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MOMET S- Opltate call sad HUleI8 GLFISRI Try the celebrated Wonder 5 lliaute freeiera all sues from on U sir quid at Byrent Hardware ROT Edward O Gnerrant willI jSunday FTDontQWrCIKE DAbChrtttio Blue grain cradles aVByront Hardware By v 01iU7 harnevt to bandmade sail lrUDe cloe carsBraea BaoiMFrom this date Juae 9th I will vjhalfUaa D R EfzLr V tAw Hunt either fell off er bie knrte IoU wiitrbi and brulftd hit I bead severely Monday hlgrlfeiiron V I AeWyosaintpike by Charl a Horse i 1 I stake the be8jrbrMk7tr oa MiatirI 15 t t Buggy ic repairing and paKrjraVptclalty aQ6cAE FAXERMi Y Fer 30 days to rtduea stork we cwill aaderwll lt competition a iiCr qneenawareAKl glnwar See Uti before huyia f LLATByanLma lif1 Jadfe Jeha A Ramsey Prfll I deat ef the 0 wlageville C t rrlOa Co has badi IIIe ironijliugtithearnaad the ktke Ceaietery J T 6 Shrout apt QaleU all b klside ehtigties but a No 1 laud U made break crt at 9X260 aa good aa you eaaltul at say price guar Bleed fer two years 47anF P Headrhc ec Ce holclAttt tbetr engageaeat of lambs I0Mr Greea Lyaaai k Turley atilt totoffc f nSltll who was shot by Ktta Byri Jr1 at Mt Sterling wasviihrather of James W Satin ear pester feraierly of this town BOW of Coviagton Tuesday afternoon he was growing worst T S Shrout has the best buggy paiater in Bath CCnd1f you z ynwet 811clwhau see your aajtgy afterbaeingltpalnted there iillllM 473 stl KBCOTXBKD Mre E H Goodlw if Ig patter as the rehearsal af the Spli a f I IteN JUJbiran at the cotbtht J Sstiiray iight stepped on cotKge I puck a wasthrowi dow fpe1 a i i KhilofQIIt soci reeGYSrj J1 v Ta eral Faraithiags Proaipt 4alftata aad sdersevIceif I lee 4MI r i rt I tI1lIf alt 4eMriptioBS Call and tee 9t tM jaiL flii Funeral Director ciI i balerant CIaJrk PHtIf M GA S oa Moaday fep falyI3th County Cou t at f the c OIglI1ecJI Ky will flit thaf Udder the priulleges ofths neadu of thoo 51jJ Afo iCiItIttrriag yenr e4tf iuggitt to Tr S g I Shravt RAintfe for a new one r- Jfyo wUt a Meoadband al any priee froai Ito SO comild- afteleeethevcX we have plenty of tkeaIIypslatedand I U ititli they will five MtIMtionlh Jle keeps a aiaa painting everyla y T3t Mr STBKUKO COUBT Tbe erowd WM aaaJLaHd the steck taarket du U About lRghItIr0ii ierab1y at his between 1Si U fir that elate of tkJSiTbssSAtehieonolds 1Ia a MPM hteeaglaf te ait datjbifer 3stSfr b02O set lfUJrif9ir r ti f 4 rjLIi it j f 4 Ij It 7S Ig a jo Zi 4 t IIt it rr1t ti 4 tJ1 T 1Jo 1 k 1 I OV t 1tt tc j tiI rt I 1 J I r tJ r t4 ri PERSONAL Alox Conner and daugbtor Judd n went to ait Sterling KondI liveMrSterling called on friends here Sun day Miisfis Edith and Minnie Cob n 8111FariaMUs BMtle Peters is coMlderably ter bolugsbIe to walk about the room Mrs Jrry Corbett of Frankfort is nevenGai Ynsseqndsed ofoutRun Monday M adililganSunday to visit hIs LId byeMrs Batcom Bturaell left Tuetday to vlIlt rettlveB In Boyd and Lw ren ce countiesprMfca Ella Ratllff bat returned me to Sharpsburg after a visit to s Ellen BottaanoA Denton of ffJIsboro Sa wtro her SunovednyafternoonTIpton Young and Mrs M M ung of JIlt Sterling were herMiFriday on butiness rs Sarah Jackson returned Bun from 1 visit to her Bon Jesal Jackton at Spencer M thrrschcmter cams Monday to visit Mr and Mrs W W Power x Thrslies 0 Is visiting her parents Mr and MrsJames Donaldson Mist Catherine BI has returnoi homo from Science Academy sIbyvilloto spend he Leatlon- ittle Miss Luelle erlngofFlem the triguestllin M tenrsvllt to her daughter Ire Emmett Fratma returned home to Athlaud Th ursdayonEctonBottt has gone toPalntavIlle where he is a member of an engineer ps employed by theNorthernCoal huteasMary Gudgell have returned from a t to Mine Corinne KIrkpatrick at Sterling fl vietcherKentuckrUnlnrlty We r vacation s of fPeedon a visit to Mrs Ba mother Mrs fWilerehurg were In tnwn Saturday on their way to visit Wm Razor of Midland City- MrAE B Saunders and daughter ss Nannie of Sharpsburg were jrn ruooksMr and Mm Fran 4senaFanner wore o I tii ormern goudRuotherMrI whnMADr A B Boyd and sons ofrrliRle and Miss Tharp of Cir nattczme the pastwoek to visit family of Squire T J Hendrix Amonpthcwo at MU Sterling non day were B F Per Frank Perr Kmm t FratmanGeoTYounjcDr W Conner Sam Lathram Jams Thonat Atchison Mrs lames K Emmona and two le daughters Misses Ethel and Ina d Mitt Annie Sheehan went to Hillsboro Saturday afternoon to visit s mother Mrs BA Walton and little cJtnaband Rev R A Walton whoP is oti an evangelizing tour Mrs C M Kennedy accompanied Mrs Tibbie Kennedy i Of inNicholaavlilehe de thnSunday Mr and Mm Wm F Schooler andtbright little daughter Lillian spent an so wadg viperiencedpeople and practical printers alaa They came over from Bharpsburg at firoppingeek Schooler the U thevenueurvicer the summer he It anxious to get lerainco It was a TewJBro Schooler It a huatler of all tbe perfectlyatbomeJa Itlllbpy of rubba- rudand r all kinds ot new buggtet a Tdd get thea Cub or credit 483 T S SBBOUT CwlinBltR1 DuTh Ch II hikrSbf ioBga and wcitatioBB were Terr w aie indeed and auch enoyed The satfallott children were especiallly ood thNrwPOPRIxTOLJ I iciythe New Owing Uouasalandlord liouepertIat DBSOBIPTIOS FOB BwzxOn thet ntwt reaching bere that Capt B J Bweno 10000 hotel at Jaokton Breatbltt Co had been buried bed caUBo be testified that Jett and White killed J K Maraua a sub I terlption for hit bonegt wai takenI upihdoyer t0 ttcured to be oriwnrdd to blil Subscripti- onsbSnjadlI are over the 5tateTh- eivuanehMeaeaRCeled on Ewj8naJibteraii4 Jtreprtsented his hic focttiii f i JeVI 19 0 a 4iti i l f I r BASE BALL GKssTbo More head batehall club cans down an played a match gaae Saturday tan soon with a nine competed of Mt Sterling players and Bob Catlett aad Scott Goodpatter of Owiugtvillt Buns Tackett of Prickly Ash lid U Butcher Ad plaJedlettTaekett catcher Anderson thir flyHagbead quality of ball that they er could get used to He threw a ail slanting ftharply downward ly1T7uence the Moreheads Wore de tes ted by 25 to 8 Coon Mynhier Faraort was umpire lid a good impartial one too Morehead chug pitchers three times Shay girbyEvert and George Day In turn Itter e finishing the game Some Ity good plays were mildon both aides n agreement was tcade to play thsr game Sunday Iand tbe Morehead team reaine r for that pvrpote 1st IKNIKO The mixed team wen t to the bat raot Davis tipped out Emmet Fratman was threwn out at fire t Maber wat caught oat on a fly The first Morehead batter was own out at first The eeon d kneoked a onebagger The third lhbndedonelitaalerThe her OB a Iy t center field The fifth knocked a pop fly to the pitch er 2o IHXIXO heBurnsfuwble by the right fielder He ed to steal second and wae cau ght in the act The second bat rigbtIieldermade first on a futible ef the tee d baseman Bob Catlott hit a brougbtCtleUandPaUerson bagger and got to second in the bbub Johnson Young fanned u t Wick Fraley couldnt reach Onto Tbe tecond batter pounded the air niy The third was thrown out at bafirstS So IKNIKO pheret9rs the ball committed citttyked at but never touched first her brought Davis in on a one bagger Burns Tacket started for fir st but couldnt connect while Ma secharflns slitining that way Rage faced Pitcher Brown out dgi bla bare on beiit Ru1 t ia some thievery on secon qudyMeanwhile the second Latter Bags committed grand lar ccny on third The third haiti ir pounded out White Hat boat cafgscoring a run that was partly stolen partly given and well earned at that The fifth batter couldnt have hit a puatpkln at the time 4TH INNIHO onbaggeralbdifficult fly to lift field by Wic Fraley who ran frem center field fell and hurt his log It was a fine play and he pluckily limped back to hit position Patterson got homo goodbitere was more coming to him he went after it and then changing bit tiofl was caught trying te get hack to ascend Johnson Young favored by the umpire with on balland while Minot Da i was at bat stole second and th ird successively Young is gifted et that sort of thievery Davis got st on bans Emmet Fratman ocked a nice little fly plump ito pGaoft Fraley made a two bagger an d went to third on fumbled ball he third batter hit where the bait a asnt sad retired The next drove ball to Shortstop Young who threw him out at ftrlta fine pindi5TH IHIUNO Maher made one baggar to right Old hut sacrificed it in trying for id0Tithreebaggerft for tooc first and let Taekett hnme alto otof Jbutlndgot in a 1bater Catlett advinc m to second on ont If tbe same tiithcane hit way and be struck for hit altars and fires atruok for green graves of hit sires struck fort ondlet Pat and Cat score oung tried to duplicate Itand oomprened the air around hi ke a meteor but his aim was ha tjMaBUsed the ball more it words could tell and sadly roth o rauta on lost opportunities n ot Davit got to first on a pupa hit but Emmet Prat man let him h f1sxpeotanoy twnestbetljterJ17J iJ5ikpPtc 11t 4 ti1 T ii 1t1cr Theldon H onObaggor Tbe third baUer ba ApdThe next batter was caught on a fly by Centerfielder Maher GTH iMXiKO Maher was thrown out at first by gotilLatoa onebagger Catlett got in a hit but Taokett got caught trylit to make home gaGaoFraley got a onebaggtr into left Sky bit to Bob Cutlet IIwittlyIfatter than the trick could be mien tio nally done for the world snag g hit hand to that he had to qul game Fraley and Smoky scored The next batter knocked tv p thi ofnou st chalingseooadhike hdde wb duereto be 7TH fIXING Welsh let shortstop throw him I out at first Young knocked 6 te thecond baseman Mini Davis retch after the bull but it was not there White Hat made first on a hit Tho next eavtd Oral but helped slaughter his friend at stcend Geo Day flied out SeEmmetr mada onebagger and got to second en a patted ballci he th ought but the umpire had a dif ft eat opinion Ennui Taokett put hi wilFraleyand loped to second becue he could The next batttr struck out CI the th Kyehe scawaswa basOT INNING Brown hit himself to co frommittedIn when Patterson Thiggerfor Catlett mall firtton a fumbled ball by tborttop Welsh flied out to center field Young made a onebagger Patterson getting ught trying for horns Mack scored Young getting to tocnnd Young triiIto steal third and wi mingought when the pitchi threwio the oocpnd batemnc I bflid ortajircdtie they cornea pated Youc cnugiii akrKv in a trap Scund stopped Young pidarter second too late for Young i ed hntheand then fanned out I sceTbtheughtIJMinettbouand of brick making hidwi nic felely tjjrJ9knice and altho the Mi weorebeaded by come of the local fans the conduct was exemplary There were about 300 at Satur Sa dayi game The attendance wae much smaller Sunday At Saturday1 game the More at dlowCarr 2b Banfiold 3b Ramey t i J Fraley f Phipps c Myert r tneon Sunday the only were Day p Elam Sb BanReld a Ra raey f Fraley b f Hyera r f latsundaye eane the mixed team pi hailurnibRayBob Catlett f Johnson youjig e and t Mack 1 1 AT KENDALLS SPRIXQ Elder W m Peadleton will preach at Ken lLs Spring Sunday afterboon- Prof Cappa the noted linger of Louisville will be there to lead the muiic It t to be theeslocm OfiBATXD OH Walter Gopher 01 Flat Creek was operated on in Louiaville last Thursday by Dr piedsu eqiat eheauetion at the Courthoute door in th- wingsviIie the brick residence 8 or 10 acres of ground of the late Mrs Lellie Conner R H CONNER Vdte offiddWJuly llth 1903 at 2 oclock p rn1 or the purpose of selecting dele ates to attend t1 state cony en gilIeKyiIPOS at 3 oclock p m lo nom Inate t btongNov 1ir eleekion i R EsC airm i gGvPf IIeczetarvj S 1 i t i IFlv STANDS or BEES FROM ONE Captanda s ril 28th another pwnrm ten s later another two weekt or so later and still another week fe fore last Who can beat that J DIED Baicom Sharp recenty Town Marshal of SharpqburgdioiifFriday night yeanHat Flemingsburg some tworeaksj gpreviously and fainted me He never recoveredi penlMRRIEDMies JoephrarryJin ington Wednesday of last week The bride is a daughter of the late flagsis an unusually pretty YOUPBIdrI TRAIN TIME CnjcoaDlI1e time arrival at Preston of No 21 stbound C k 0 train has beenI anged from 614 a m to 648 a which will give travelers CromI e a little over him an hour later start It is a change that will b 0 ly approved und appreciated e re 1 lIoPThe Owingsville Dancin Club will give a hop at the Court ho use next Tuesday night June t tj23d Saxtons orchestra will CurE nl musio Pei towctednt lh lllli mrn tirnltm of thl homsthe kind over given herelancKENTUCKY CHADTADQUA The ventienli Annual Session of the ntucky Chautauqua will be held at Woodland Park L xingtonlun 30 the marbeetbe Slplication to Charles Scott Bus ness Manager Lexington Ky tf ScccxssFnLInt you to tend to Hills Thirnmeeting here at GoJdards Chapele over 50 souls were blessed I go m here to District Conference at Mt Carmel which begins the cnkingyou for past favors 15thlag ma your brother so E L SAXFORDn tbCOLOREDme mberi of the St Ch encurch jjiisn entechurch that was burned MiniHtora xj from a dixtnnco are ezpouir IV n preach and the Brass land will give torIwillhusicem pootboughtMad he been on the ne lat Thursday Friday and turday he would have thought m June days rare to outright Overcoats and fires were ught ino requisition Thursday hough it was positively hit thy tlat before On Friday some snow l at Olympia though it only IE inkled rain here Some think ysaw frost that morning It SundyItrvesi in 1878 when the cradlera of nt into the wheatfields with or out kncrMal WHSTKELKB DEATH Ithereida Ellen Steele wife ef I C1a A A Sun aw rrrnn forrbnidgae briyeat child of Mr and MuJ D herighbonboodandwasaged InlorQOCandSIbopelelld many relatives and friends who urn her death uelavilys the core of three children two iei bo a and one the ab pleouttanTuuchwi tu HurpriseW A Williams of Swettwater turday May 30 in the way of a donation party by the members of e Christian Church Rtfreth A makeand the participants In the turprite Mt met and marched in a body to the gA Mltboughual to the occasion and gave the Trdividualent of the evening was the pro tentation of a kitchen cabinet in e name of the congregation The response of the Elder expressing his appreciation of the gift made thhevilflorthoample Justice to the lunch After atdulged wibercanvemntion About sixty were to present and at six oclock they be in to talc their departure All eihateen there and we are sure that sofwork with renewed energyand zi jilcGfeenview IIj LVadcr f jr iR2tL L ic 2 i TUE PROTRACT DI EETINGPrn pn of Louisville arrived Sun and the protracted meetingat the Cbriftinn Church by Elder W K Pemiloton began that night con tinning nightly Pinco Elder ten- ondie is a very fine preacher his sermons being marked by deep tho mu raa Onitypa ia conducting the music and the young people are taking a keen in aBJielingnthttor musician and thn rauilc la a and Etheinterest to the end gn0TDErUTTMARSUAtMtStorS ageByrddfarmer shot and fatally wounded Dee Smith Deputy Marshal this afternoon Byrd was id frontof a saloon and called a negro to hold USn horse The boy did not ro ed BPn pullhisarrest him when he turned in thoI buggy in which he was sitting and bulletKL5o he Mbodyht wound Byrd drove out of n waving his pistol and was captured in a wheat field near his e and lodged in jail The feel ran high and at first mob rio e was feared but all is now quiet The doctors pronounco Smiths condition very critical Byrd is a son of Almnnzn Byrd and has been ried only a few months rixsrnna RETDRK Tho young ple have organized to give liThe Spinsters Return Saturday even ing Juno 20 1903 at the Court house in Owingsville Kv under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society of the Christian Church s ione of tho must humorous entertainments on tho road One year ago the Spinsters Single Blessednesa Focipty wont to the ndiko for the purpose of scour husbands Most of them did They captured Irishmen Ger ne Cowboys Indians andall er nationalities They have reo ned and will relate their experi e at the place above named tbeUllitedh her eight children All par awihl do wellto attend and learn m the first lady of the land how 100aeloh Ifwins and beiard sis who have not yet been oaptur wlllnnor coast to regret it ifIthey fail to attend Laugh ns you never laughed before and surely you will laugh the more General admission 25 cents Doors open at 730 Fun begins at 815- UGIIESADMNaMrI1 Charles L Hughes and Miss LuoyAdkins were evenhghet South Jellico at 8 oclock Rev G Morse performing the ceremony NOnly members of the family were keepbeoccallonq cere mony but likemollt occasions l that kind someone let the cat of the bag and it became wn to most everyone before d The groom is an employe of Jellico B G Coal Co having 9th beta in the service of that company in several yeart and hat a large ber of friends in the city The de it the eldest daughter of Mr dMrs Millard M Adkins is an he attractive young lady popular with associates as well as all of her uaintances Tht young couple ebeon the recipients of many gratulations for their future cossJehhico nnAdvnnce SentindccThe bridegroom iaon of Sambl Hughes of Kendall beghborboodman and hit friends will bo fillaseds OUTLOOK extends its best ccishesHUKheshTilE ELECTRIC RAILWAY PROJECT to MessnT H Brown JJ Lacy John T Kimbrough and Judge J to Daugherty attended the prelim ny electric railway meeting at yevihlo Wednesday lust week Olivet sent a goodsized dele to Llon and the leading mon of ysville took much interest in s the subject John Diy Presi dont of the Maysville Board of ade it the prime mover in the oject There was present n repre sentative of the company that is or constructing an electric railway from ColumbusOj through George town and Ripley to Aberdeen 0 also one of the company that built e line from Lexington to George wn Ky Two routes from Mays la were discussed one by way Alt Olivet through upper Blue Lick Springs Carlisle d Owingsville to SharpabungI e C k O railroad Some Mays le people favored a route byway p Flemingsburg and Shapaburg to Owingsville Assurancea were on made that the capital would be forthcoming if the people along ther proposed route could make a proper showing for business Finally committees were chosen to licit subscfiptiona for the purse of having an engineer to go On the proposed routes and re port on the cpttof conittructloni IJy tt J lii iL t 1ADDLES IL HA i- NEssi JSuddleT Inado rlghtfiere at homo and merle ont of the best ouktnimadr I tleather and by men that only jnako flrstchiss work ur KENTUCKY SPRING SADDL4I- stbo caslbstandcasiestrldlngnud most durable saddle jade i iiIf you try otto sot of our handmade buggy harness you will f J always use them I have tho best lino of paildlery goods In title j jpart 6f the State tam Yours for best saddles anti linrne- ssUGENE r k MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE K 1i ii2 1AMDRUCCiSTa j FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBflGGO CIGARS Ii X w BUYfiR 1J T IE Ln1fiE f FOR MEN WtiriEN and CHILDREN r ADE IN LOUISVILLE KY U S A tiiebestwearingFor bYOscar Chandler Kentucky Owingsviile A j IX Jl i Best GD roLatInGy i Is what you want Come and see if I h vent t got them I have Just received a new and com plete line ofV t11itCLOTHING SHOES c I know I am now offering thebestclofhlngnodi fStateand see for yourself Men and boys when you need a suit ofUclothes come and price i1inuIt1 v U 4 i f TlMcgi70Mens t Best quality unlined Serge coat and vest 375 I See my extra pants before buying Ladles Yosts 681015r Genuine fur bats regular 150 89o Mens Linen lIats19c 120LadiesMens regular 1 suits underwear for 70o CASH PAID FOR EGGS Oscar iianuierPostoffice abovejJ r a IN MEMORT OF JoaErn GUDQELL Atho Breathitt Co Ky June 1903Dear OUTLOOK I road your columns of the death of Joe Gudgell and I feel that I ought to express my sontimdhts as I have known him from my infancy Yes seems to be the first man of mya recollection When 1nsll very small boy going to school noun his house he used to come everyday IItI noon and tako me to bit house to oat as he said a warm dinner and for mo to let my brothers eat our d dinner that we had I dont io I ever met him in fruit time that he was without some of the hlleed our icehouse brought the orgeat fouihouso wagon and stay until it was full up anctwould ld no more Wo my brothurs and myself loved him and hived snowball him i no i atter how rough wo were on him ho always ise promdtime During the war between the States when a wait was likely be taken toa felons prison or Shot down at any time if liofeil his neighbor boys that wrocnliated in the Southern cause Joe Cudgel never failed as I can and do testify would feed us at any and all hours let it be day or night rain snow ice did not stop him i and his most excellent wife was a strong and ready support always filled us with the best and cooked as Jew could do even in the very best mnn nor In latter life it woe my pleasure to visit them in their old ditys theylovJesus had been tJholn and liow they trusted Him lie was an old nina and I had been ex eling his deathbut iavery sad rue shall necrsrQ him again this earth but sjiall in the bet ter world My heart is fullof sor row for his good wife and each and lnyG9dclroTiile for each and uhlof them in thfs and the better worldis my- continued prayer J5 Respectfullr f r 2llj ii Z I fiiik ON TDE SAVE SlocTho ol farmer backed off tim edge tfthsidewalk when tho wcll droetiod stranger IIt9PPJllhiUlHo wa taking no chances slltlt Hruok lyn EagleVla ynur annie Hiram Barker sked the stronger Mobbo tie nn mebbc taint1r l8plliCtuslyLhoking check ferycVOh no- Mebbo youd like to haves f c 51NotTho old firmer soratthed his ead in a puzzled waym Like as not you want nowsixnpome blamed dookyniont hie suggested i i4o l Want to teachme poker op somethin like that JGoint the explotipir oobplaeo thai Nothing of the tort BtitVryoii Ire Hiram Barker Ihaven letter r Vorynutfnin the fnrmer showed that bet v ti worried 4triinger lie said nt last ynurgot me beat I dont know whether ioftrWhenloaded me up with seven acres ot advice but she didnt say nothin itbouta skin game with a letter in it Just wait till I write to her an then Ill tellyo whether I orar tor aintV aVO RAILWAY J- VIS Va3Trnins22anl3carryDintug MeaIaiacareSnMEOAUD jlFFKCTIVB JULY 1fJlOt J r Tiutor TKAIS AT PnxgTox STAMOJC VV NotO ZTiiOUNiV r i51 1 4 SV2IV l t4i W VVWESTfWt G iAN n i i 1io i hl v 1 dN 0fl Y iL = r A VVI4rcIiic34 i JvSV oiP o VV oiii 1t c l 5c 1 Ir J L rtoftr 4S tt i5Vj c J Mv4 1 I I t b1tc F 1t tc y t f 4i 0 t OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK 2OUTLOOC PUB CO Publishers c1 OWJNGSVILLB KENTUCKY 5 a1 THE HERMIT WHO NEVER WAS yi 1ruleave the world a cynic said one e day 1 placeThepayr I oneIMy foolish dreams and hopes Ill put ir away I And neer look on another human face Ill leave the world a cynic raid on dayImeditate In some sequestered j place J 1Fools prate of love but Love alas haa And In his place Ambition stands The world obeys the voice of Wealth f alone Fools flown prate of love but Love alas has b He claims the foolish maiden as his own Who puts the costliest jewels on her phandsTools prate of love but Love alas has oVn 4 tAnd In his place Ambition boldly 4 t1ndi e n8 ttrd out to nnd a wild retreat 1ij nut turned ere long forgetting to be I wise A mald nmet hint going down the street d He started out toflnd a wild retreat Her cheeks were rosy and her smile was sweet i Down at her feet doglike he yearning 4 sp lies lie started nut to find a wild retreat But turned ere long forgetting to be t mile r 8 E KIser In Chicago Record Herald jt aJJIr rL t KIDNAPPED MILLIONAIRES A Tate of W 3 Streetv ut4 tbe Tropics AA- t By FREDERICK U ADAMS i JtII OvprtlftitUWbTLethrepriibU blBcCompU7 rJabta itrT CHAPTER XXIV COSTIXUBB- s Mr Kent Mr Morton nnd Mr Pence were enjoying nn afternoon 4 nap but they were quickly aroused and informed of the situation Simon r Pence was in an agony of terror Ills knees sank beneath him and he was too agitntcd to speak Not so with 14 Mr Kent Ills fighting blood was c up in 1 minute I will shoot that crazy dude full U c of holes if he or his men attempt to I lay hands on me he exclaimed He i reached into his atateroom and pro duced a repeating rifle which he exI 4 arolned carcfuUy nnd calmly There were 20 rifles aboard the rocht In anticipation of possible l trouble Capt Baldwin had purchased a lozen guns at Vera Cruz These rvf re dThfrlbutedamong the men and t thecrew Sidney Hammond was put in charge of the defenseIf one e should be necessary The weapons i4 were placed within easy reach and they waited the approach of the Shark which was less than a mile I away The faces of the men were a study Hardly a word was spoken Their hs faces were flushed with anger rather than paleVlth fear In plain Ileldk1 the Shark nail pirate Not a man r doubted that Hestor was on board or Sat fie meant mischief How s trim hind sleek the Shark looked I 1 OB her pros cut the waves of the L gull Ier bras4ork glistened like A gold in the aftertaoon sun On her i Afonvnril deck wan n glint of polished steel Mr Kent recognized it L J There4s that herapidfire gun eaiid in an undertone M wWbn JUth I Ing Ilernard ymourexamlned his gun methodically Me ran his eye along the sights and studied the adjust meat for disiancc lie spoke quietly vto Sidney Hammond received a nod of approval and went forward tak ing a position near the bow of the5 boat Capt Baldwin whistled a signal 4that he would gotu starboard Thnre was rio answer from the Shark Again the Helen Carmody blew n warning blast In answer the i Shark ran Up a hag signal asking theIUelen Carmody to lay to Capt Baldwin hesitated n moment J He then gave the word to the engi neer to go eadfutlspeed They 1 had been runfilpg half speed so as jtoavoid any ciance of a collision 1 b Capt Baldwin gave n blast to indi i icate that he wultlpass the Shnrk E iJ to leeward The Shark slightlyb Ii changed its course and went lowly f ahead parallel to its rival but grad ually drawiBjr Bearer4 I y As they canie abreast the Shark 4 was not 150 grnrds away Those o- nt the Helen Carraody could see Capt Waters on the bridKeThe crew was IfI updCtJei f AtalIsIendir jtikcja yachting 0 ssIforisuddenly y the II 1kie of Capt Waters Inc J tentJy recognized Walter13Hestor who raised a megaphone tUs voice Ica t Jr sounded sharp and clear V Ip + Ji Stand yIruh tocmeaoardt I lie shouted jt J I the Sbmfk1 Ik dIstrcssiwas the reply of Capt Bitdwin I 4 + t 4SheIs not xhoutediIestork = f TbetWOJ were iB close It was possible to convcniwitho a fr 4 1Sfamloltl shouted Capt Bald I Thz win gtand oft You cannot come f board This ii pdvate3achti u bound for cwOrl ans Stand off t ti 811111 run you down Hello there Mr RocloTclll 1 tf1 4 4 Ootited efit rJItlng his cap and O wInprofofndiy Did you have tvt godtIMe 1 How are you Mr Mor e r t111 Ypui are o tanned I scarcely T l lyou JIow do oado1 1o1t 1C1ireBt1 Hesterla seems to have ir5i greed WithY1J Hello Sidney i jrz Kiiklly your friends Sidney that 1 hImust have the pleasure of their t JcccpenyaboaeSharkonce a aredlaatrallglg my plans4 1 0 ChcYOrir l chtaall I will l1da rayIl 7J ee fe UDl Y Ye er J tt1l0WrtYO oU chap You 1 M Mkei J l thing No ionI tc ie aut4hlw SidNey Stop your i s f o r lOAi toxY will stop her for you J Y fi09 rioIl1 shouted rrt i1ke Thiese gentlemen do lot Isee you 4t your way ll R ft Y I wiIIdo ioat 1ryIeril Cpt Waters iliatJB8R 1 faI Jtfrj1Iti put him In i hs ttdtaiJt Hnt6 New Orleans Mayni thtsiotap1rte ship t ITh4i is r Carnwi4 yacht withI 1dII a1oAWL i ltWior f r Ni L d reqt1 II tMr J t tlta t t tJt re r vrJi iL 1t i r J fgt iJ t1 r 1 J typ r tplhhrJtr J 1fi rittf ri + 4 i J t73y 0 J 1 j 1 jj id1 ftu 11i9f f l1iliI Irrr 1ffJ Jg+ l r rrJ tMP cc y 0 J storMedalbridge and leaped to the lower deck therupldftreder It was not finished when there came a spit of fire from the muzzle oi the gun Three of the crew dashed at Hestor The same instant there was the crack of a rifle from the bow of the Helen Carmody- A dozen bullets tore through the class and mahogany skIes of the forward deck house Sidney Hammond tH to the deck The Shark swung sharply to the starboard and in n few seconds was speeding away to the east It alt happened so quickly that with one exception the men on the lichen Carmody were too dazed to make n move The wheelsman sent the yacht hard to port Mr Kent was the first to reach the side of Sidney Hammond There was a stain of red on his shoulder nod they tore and cut away the coat and shirt As they did so Sidney opened his eyes He stared for a moment and jumped to his feet It is nothing he said as he took n long breath It Is merelya llesh wound The shock dazed me for a moment I am all right Sidney laughed but his face wns white and the blood flowed freely from his right shoulder The yacht stewardwho was also a surgeon examined the wound and declared it painful but not dangerous He staunched the flow of blood and bandaged the wound Sidney watched the fast disappearing Shark dur- Ing this operation He set his teeth and not a groan escaped frqm his lips The diningroom was strewn with broken glass antI sptinters nagged holes had been torn in the decorations and one shot played havoc with the china closet Miss Carmo dy came up from below ncr face was pale but she did not seem in the least alarmed She proceeded to act ns nurse for Sidney and would not listen to his declaration that he 4 going on deck Chalmers regretted- he had not been shot In the meantime the Shark con tinued on its eastern course and the Helen CnrmoJy ncared the mouth of the Mississippi It was seven MR KENT WAS TUB FIRST TO REACH IllS SIDE oclock in the evening when they took a pilot Sidney was moved to the forward decknnd nil gathered around him to discuss what had hap pened That was about as rapid a bit of work as ever I witnessed said Mr Kent who had been slightly cut In the band by a flying piece of glass Who fired the shot from our bQatT asked Sidney with a slight grimace of pain ns his shoulder twinged where the shot had lacerated a muscle It was the last thing I heard I fired It said Bernard Seymour rnd i got your man Hestor alt right Did you see him drppT Idhl said MrrMortpn IIis hands eJtup nnd he fell Into the wererusblngDill any one hear the order given by Capt Waters asked Mr Carmo dy 1 heard very word he eald re- Plied Miss lichen You did exclaimed her father a frown darkening his face I asked you to go below Helen and supposed you would obey me 11 went below papa just as you told me to do said Miss Helen con tritely nut you did not tell me I could not look out I opened the port hole in the saloon and saw and heard everything that happened on the Shark When Mr Hestor jurned from the W1p pndranto StophlmtStarboard to the wheelsman and rushrd down the stelS tq the deck Hut before the men omild stop Ires- tortae had commenced firing Then he threw hIs hands In the air and the len caught him as he fell backyvards I thought I could see blood on his face This probably terminates lies tors career as a pirate ore maniac remarked Mr Mortonfbe gov ernment cutters will run the Sl18rkI to cover in short order quite a sharpshooter Mr Seymour li hall my eye on that Hotchkisa gun all the time said Mr Seymour At first I thought Hestor was mak ing n bluff to scare us But when he turned loose I knew he meantwar If he had remntnecVback pithe shield he would have been safe I pro posed to drop the man at the wheel and take a crack tit the captain But Hestor stuck his head out to sec where his shots were landing nnd lId him have It I Tirive shot some before The Sioux Indians and I used to exchange compliments before the battl of Wonnded Knee and 1 guess my shooting eye Is all right yet But I hope I did not kill him CarmodyIs I passengers on their motive soil They at once proceeded to a hotel Mr Chalmers ao managed the arrivaland disposltiod qf the party as to evade the alert reporters and once in the hotel no one was allowed to disturb them A Burgeon wns called and madea careful examination of Sidneys wound lIe confirmed the diagnosis made by the yacht steward He dressed the wound carefully und ad- visedSldney to remain quiet for sev era days It was late before Mr Chalmers and his assistants bud forwarded to The Record an account of tblslncldentIiSeymourarose bright and early the ollpwlng inornlng ind after a stroll round the Lee Circle returned to the hotel find enjoyed a hearty breakfast lie purchased themornl papers and lIeltCtlnrrta comorlnble chair ontlleerufjla proceeded to combine the luxury of cigar with a perusal of the jour ji- in hbll name figured to ton splciioisly5Ife wnB stiidylnB R tirce i OQI11fl p rtiult Igheled Zlr 1J JHii Jcyjiouri Ur iawz4I l Ff i XTr1J tr tS t Ih ioc l I 0 r 4 t o iJ c tl VY 1 i tappedhimHaou are ye Mister Seymour yellIaol1Hello Captain Parker The pleasure is nil mine How are you Captain How li the good ship the Sam Walker Flnern silksaid Cnpt Parker as they shook hands cordially Well I swan but yer er great man nlnt ye Your plctcr is In nil timer papers Well well well I swan ye never can tell can ye Whod a thunk HI So ye are n detectivereporter Well well well The Captain insisted on purchasing the cigars after which they returned to the veranda The good sailor seemed to have something on his mind Once or twice he cleared his throat as if to make some important announcement Finally he took n long pull at his cigar and said Mister Seymour seeing as how YII nir n newspaper man though I never would a thunk itdew ye suppose yo could get my name In the papers about this ere matter I dont care n blamed thing about it myself but myoidwoman is just plum crazy ter see my name in the papers Darned if I dont believe she would be wiilin ter have ther Sam Walker wrecked if it would get my name In tImer newspapers Fact Dew ye suppose ye could fix It Sure sure thing said Mr Bernard Seymour Its already in The New York Record I sent more than n thousand words about you and the Snm Walker from Vera Cruz I also sent a description of you and thry will probably have your picture All the papers will copy it You had better gctTmc a photograph of your self for use in n more consecutive story I am now writing Time delight of Capt Parker was beyond expression He nearly Irae tured Seymours hand in his joyous clasp The old woman will be tickled plum ter death he exclaimed have been sailin 30 years an nothln has happened worth prlntin until now Hnou much Is 1000 words A column Great Scott Have another segar Have a box of em This is the greatest lng that ever happened ter the Parker family Mr Chalmers was asleep when n bell boy aroused him and presented sleepilycal language Scrawled on a card was r CAPTAIN JOHN WATERSI IThe SbarcIC I Tell him to come up at once said Mr Chalmers Capt Waters knocked at the door and entered the room lie bowed to Mr Chalmers and stood by the door refusing to take a seat The Shark is anchored out in the river said Capt Waters without any preliminary remarks Mr lIes tor is In n hospital lie is in a bad way He is shot and crazy I want to tell you how this happened 1 worked for his father before him He saved my life and I would die for him or his son I have known Walter since he wns n boy Lately he has been acting queer lie told me those men were political prisoners I am used to obeying orders and having them obeyed It was only yesterday Hint I learned the truth On Thursday he sent a boat ashore at Mobile and came back with a lot of newspapers lie left one where I found It Then I knew thefojjtg JJtor had toldjm ve place where we JL AenOtc- ours I know mwwhat he was after He intended to meet you nifd stop you Just as IWL s about to take matters In my own hands we sighted your boat I thought I would humor him I intended to come to New Orleans and give him up and stand Iriallf I have clone wrong He jumped from the bridge as you saw One of your men shot him Jn the headand he Is likely to die He has nut been right since we left New York I tell you this so you will know thq truth I am going tq give myself mpo the authorities To lie Cuntlnued1 WREN POE RECITED First Public Appearance of thl WrIIKnoivn Port jetted Slim the 8am of Six Dollar It wasat Mrs Mcjvenzies that I requestThethe family being present says It writer In Llppincotts Magazine From an unusually lively mood M lapsed at once into a manner exprfv sion and tone of voice of gloomy of almost weird solemnity gazing us If on something Invisible to others avd never changing his position until tIe iccitatlon was concluded It hap pened that he hail just before rt quested of Mrs McKenzIe the loanf- u sum of money which request gie fIns for a time unable to comply with and she now said to him tfd gar what do you think of giving a public recital of those poems It would probably prove a financial siia cess The result was that about a week later there appeared In the cfy papers n notice that on a ccrtfln evening the poet would give n reclta tlon of his own two favorite poems In the exchange concert room tickets to be hind nt a certain book store Over 200 of these were prlntedte charge of admission b ing 50 certs each On the appointed evening I then n young man of 24 accompanied The 3bothfrom his childhood to the place of the proposed recitation We arrived some moments after the appointed time ilnd to our surprise found In stead of a full audience but nine pp r sons nsserabledwe together with the usher making thirteen In nurh ber Some tlme elapsed before Poe made his appearance when he took his place on time platform bowed nnd resting his bands on the bock of a chair recited The Raven and Anna bel Lee but In a mechanical sort of way and with a total lack of the weird and gloomy expression which had given them such effect at Mrs McKenzIes On concluding he again bowed and abruptly left the platform The proceeds of this experiment was 16 In consideration or which fr Boyden proprietor of the exchange would make no charge for the use of the hall lights and attendance Accounting For It hlixI was surprised to hear that Sleek had arrested for picking pockets PcYespoor fellow He used to oojiItIiwcir tJ Kiwi t e l r nrTHE STORY OF A LITTLE LAD He Gave His Alt to jeans and Multitudes Were Blessed 6 Sermon by the Highway and Byway Preacher JLi JJ1 J F Copyright bj J M Edson Chicago Suniiny June H l9- OTextOne of His disciples Andrew Si mon Peters brother salth unto Him There Is a lad here which hath live barley loan and two small IIshesTohn 6 69 HILDKEX are al vuysII interested 3 deeply Influenced by the stp rles of child life This Is tIle reason that the Bible is such a ffiKinating Ibook to them where the parents or teacher under stal1llllOwto bring out nnd unfold the stories of children and child life contained therein The presence of the gentle babes lends its charm to the sacred pages The sound of chil drens feet heard and their voices make nweet music The storyof the baby Isaac who came to gladden the home of that aged couple of Moses resting in his little ark of bulrushes amidt time reeds fringing time banks of the Nile nail being found and adopted by the daughter of the powerful king of Samuel time gentle child who served in the temple and heard God speck of David the brave shepherd lad of the Shunamites son n gift from God in answer to the prayer of the prophet of the little Hebrew slave at the court of Naamnn the leper pointing the way to the true God and cleansing of Jesus at Bethlehem with the angels singing over His cradle and wise men from the east comhig to worship and offer their rich gifts of Jesus in the temple when He first went up with His parents to Jerusalem at the passover feast of all time beautiful incidents in which the Lord during His ministry recognized children blessed them healed them and paid the exalt ed tribute to them of declaring that those who entered the kingdom which He came to establish must become as- a little child And speaking of that time which is yet to come when the wolf also shall dwell with the lamb und the leopard shall down with the kid and the calf anti the young lion and the fntling together Scrip ture goes on to declare that a little child shall lead them Let us antici pate that day which seems so far in the future antI let a little child lead us today yes and teach us too TODAY is being celebrated in the schools all over this land as Childrens Day The tread of chil drens feet is heard and their story Is told in song and verse Songbirds and flowers lend their music and fragrance to the day Kverythingspeaks of that charming freshness and beau ty which is inseparable from childhood And because it is Childrens Day it is but fitting that we should speak for the children and of tKe children We want to tell the story of a little lad whose pathway crossed that which Jesus was traveling and whose simple deed has lived in the sacred pages of Oqds word to thin day Only one little verse is devoted to his biography We do not know his name Scripture does not tell UK anything about his home or his parents We have only thirteen Ut- Ile words most of them of one syllable to tell us about this lad and they simply state that he WRB npnrjlcsus andhad in his bag or pouch five little round cakes and two small dried fishes And yet by reading between the lines we may know munch concerning him and learn many lessons FUT of all we want to learn all we about the incidents and circum stances connected with the lad as he is introduced to us by our text Jesus has been performing many mir acles at Capernaum and in the region roundabout Ah how many homes lie brightened sobs were turned to songs were wiped away nnd smiles brought to faces that were dis toiteVl with pain and trouble Into every home where Jesus went there a change was wrought Arid itis soeven today The homes where Jesus is invited in as guest and where He dwehhimmgthere trouble have to lIce away And be cnife Jesus didso much good as He traveled through Galilee nndCaper naun great crowds followed Him But it pained Jesus to know that it was curiosity and not faith which brought most of the people to Him disciplesIntothe lake across from Capernaum But soughtHimway around tfre shore of the lake And when Jesus saw them lie began to question the disciples as to how they were to be fed in that wll derness place for He Himself knew what He would do It is at this point that Andrew speaks up and directs attention to this lad who hngthe five barley loaves and two small fishes Some tiny when I reach CityIfrnnchs own lips all this wonderful st It may be your privilege as well as mine If you are trusting in Jesus for salvation But let us not be content to watt until then to learn some of the lessons which he may teach us- vCniPTUKE doee not give us the J name of theb y It mayhave been known to the disciples It certainly was to Jesus ills knownand record holySpiritwas left out atad wconly know the lad by the part which he had In this won derful miracle which Jesus performed The important thing was the charac ter and life and deeds and not the alwaysJooksis and not what he or she may be waytowardone among men but the eye of GOd can look right through that name you bear and discover just what kind of a boy or girl there is behind It I wonder if your name by chance should be lost if there is any deed in your HIt which would hold you in mimory as tBf re was in the case of this little boy boysinPa1estlne as this boy and let the name be called and all would feondan4 qomefor ward but call for the boy with theI loves and fishes and just one boy ap- pe2rs the led of our text No boy or gui can claim exclusive right to time ijmsjc they bear an orljjd any otier I Mtacl I dd1rl uiis but t e j c A i t t every boy nnd girl may so live anti that some deed will mark them as dif ferent and distinct from every other boy and girl You may become known to God if not to your companions and friends as the lad or lassie who spoke helpfuldeedcould use nnd freely gave it to Him that it might bless alt those about- I RKMKMBEK reading the story a girlhoeeing was what she might do that would really count towards helping others Instead of waiting for some great and noble thing to do and idly dreaming the morning away she thought of something which every girl and boy too can do wear a bright smile antI speak the cheery word You see she was a very practical miss and began with the thing nearest at handand that which she could do So she thought of nil the good pure things she could she caught the beam of the sun light in her eyes she wreathed her face in smiles she pitched her voice to the tune of the birds singing without her window and then went tripping down stairs her light heart giving wings tuber little feet The first one she met was Bridget in the kitchen She had a cloud on her face that betokened n storm The dished rattled and banged an impatient discord It was enough to make our little girl forget her good resolution and run off and leave Bridget to her unhappy mood It was a hard place tq begin But Jesus likes to have us begin in the hard places And you will see before our story Is done that it wa R just where this little girl needed to begin When our little girl came dancing in she did not give the illnature of Bridget a chance to chill her heart She did not say Well if Bridget is sruingtobEHcrofs- and mean I will becross and mean too to pay her backshe just let that smile shine onto Her bright eyes put to shame the downcast eyes and frowning brow of Bridget Her cheery voice called out a happy Good morn hug and away she flitted with her sun shine and her merry laughwithout waiting to hear the surly grunt Bridget which she meant bra Good morning BUT that smile and that cheery word the frown and growl of unhappy Bridget and somehow as they always will got away down into her heart bringing light anti a new warmth there It set her to thinking The little girl had preached her a bet ter arid stronger sermon than tIe par son cduWbave done She felt sorry and concluded she would be bright and happy too So instead of letting the meat get as dry and brown as the frown had been upon her face and in stead of swimming it in grease slit cooked it just to a turn The muffins in time oven felt the change of atmos phere and came out of the oven light appetizingbrowninst and burnt bottoms As she brought in the wellprepared meal the master heard her coming and illnaturedly muttered to himself that he supposed the meat walla rough as leather anti swiummming Inn lack grimy as usual rl get ca tha cheery air she forgot to set the HsbeS dqwj whim a bang and everything looked so un usually good that the iljhumor of the master of the house was driven away The other members of the family caught the brightness and cheer and the little girl found she was not olonc with her smile anti merry voice And the day so well begun ran all the dayoil that little girls smile and cheery Good morning The ripples went cir cling out until they touched th office and store and business world of the merchant the social sphere of the mother the schoolroom and play ground of the children Sister who was generally so unobliging because so full of her own plans had time to help brother with the hard parts of his lesson and sent him off to the knot of playmates with new Impulses at work in his heart which made it easy for him to be unselfish in his play nnd more thoughtful towards others How that smile ares multiplied How that ringingdownwords spoken in the gratiJl cjinyonE of the west go bounding from rock to rock as time echoes increase and mul tiply seemingly indefinitely in the mayhaveany one of the thousand and one names borne by girls but its what that little girl did and not her name that lives for us and interests us So it is with the lad with the loaves and fishes So it may be with you my boy and you my girl You may be one of the boyor girls to carry tIme loaves and fishes which Jesus will use to bless the ever widening circle of those about p IIT there Is something else about U this lad which attracts our attention Andrew says to Jesus There is a lad HEBE lie was a lad who could be found He was near Jesus I wonder what his playmates were doing at this time I wonder if it didnt take a good dealof moral courage for him to leave his play and follqw Jesus wonder if they didnt try to poke fun at him for wanting preachlugJesus was1 They do today dont they He might have stayed behind and divided up his cakes and fish with his companions and they would have said he was a good generous fellow Perhaps when He startedoff they taunted him with being stingy be cause he would rather take his pot sessions and give them tQ Jesus than selfishly use them for himself Oh Jf we could only go back and know all that it cost that lad to bravely fol low Jesus and be where Jesus could find him and use lila little offering We would be ashamed of our coward ice and selfishness when woo stay away from Jesus because of the ridicule of pur associates and Because we selfish ly want for ourselves what Jesus would be SO glad to bless and use for others We need boys todayand girls too who canbe found Boys and girls who actions and words are right and cleanrevehthough mother apd father and t acheror employer are not around to see nnd hear One of the ftreatestthingshat can be said qf any boy or girljs Jtha His known where he 9rsheiriII beound The boy Is JitEREI TIn only tafeplBcef Wtri d t fJt bravest most useful boys are found there The sweetes t most 100 ble cst helpful girls arc found there wonder if it can be said of you whcnt Jesus Inns Deed of something There is u lad here with just what you want Je sits If you give rein to that hasty temper it will carry you away off and Jesus will not be able to find you when you are wanted If you let that appetite that pleasure that hidden sensual desire that selfishness that impure thought that trashy novel nwayIyou great helping Jesus It cost that lad some thing to be where Jesus could fluid him that day and it will cost you something to be like him Hut just think of the great honor and blessing which came to him for being near somewhereLboys were doing that very thing in the tiny in which this hid lived and yet they are dead and forgotten Xo record is left of them but the record of thIs Jewish lad lives to this day to teach and encourage boys and girls today to live near Jesus and to give Him their possessions their mantis their feet their eyes their ears their hearts their very lives so that He may take and use them in His own wonderful way Samuel was where he could be found and he became time great prophet and priest over Israel David was where he could be founiland he was anointed to be n king Daniel in a heathen court was where he could be found lIe was not led away by surrounthiumphim his heart that lu would live near God and when jodnttditL him to tell dreams anti rule time kingdom of thr king of Babylon God knew just when DaJbea real Childrens Day there too be cause you my boy und you my girl nndliyou waiting Jesus doesnt like idle boys and girls He will show you how you can use what you lmveyour time your abilities your treasures for the blessing and helping of those about And the sure record will adorn tin pages of Rods register that a Inc h1Ehtia girl IIEKE had something whioh Jesus needed and which Jesu used py rending between the lines we maj I know what kind of a boy this lad was He was a thoughtful boyom else he would never have hun the onlj one in all that vast company of pea pIe who had been provident enough WiltIhave been so willing to give what he might perhaps with good reason Inane Saul he needed anti must have for hit own use1 He was a modest lad for he stood in the background until called out by Andrews words He was an obedient boy for it is certain he was prompt to respond to the call and to yield to the request made of him Antias we have already sug gested he was a brave daretobea Daniel boy He lamed to do right he dared to stand alone We know what kind of a bo he was at home on the plaJgroundon the street in the schoolroom everywhere He was a dependable boy He was not playing hookey that day lie was not idly roaming In disobedience to parents and to time neglect of his duties I have no doubt that hejiad been up very early In the morning that he might get his chores out of the way and have a clear conscience when he started on this trip to time mountains where Jesus was He was a boy mother anti father were proud of Sisters and brothers looked tip to him ire held the good will amid pin ton of his nrsoclat eccevcn thought hey trielltoto mothers apron strings this lad of our text grew to be AND no doubt Anti it is not hard to tell what kind of a man he made Did you ever see a sturdy young cak tree turn out to be a gnarled briar bush when grown Did you ever see a wheat field turn to useless tares as it developed into maturity Did you ever see a bravehearted cleanltved boywho lived tear Jesus grow up to be n wicked bad mnn Its the boy that makes the man It is the rule that the good boy makes the good man and the halt boy the bad man There are exceptions of course in both directions nut it is almost inevitably the case that what the boy is today the man will be tomorrow So it is safe to conclude that our lad became a good arid useful citizen He did not become a Ieter or a Paul occupying a prominent place in the service of nod Scripture never refers to him again that we know of Hut we know lie was not idle in tIme service of his Master Whom hehelped onthe mountain side that day to confer such a blessing upon that vast multitude of people During the year following the incident of our text tidings came to the Galilean home of our little lad from Jerusalem of the tragic events there of the arrest trial and crucifixion of Jesus AntI years later when the deadly persecu tion settled about the disciples at Te rusalem and they wire thriven out into Samaria und Galilee he learned time full meaning of Jesus death and His glorious resurrection Perhaps dur big these years a sadness at the fate of Jesus the wonderful miracle worker had rested upon his heart but when the Scriptures Were opened up to him arid he came to know that Jesus must needs have suffered and tiled and risen again and entered into glory light broke in upon his soul A lively hope was kindled within his breast he came to know that Jesus was tint dead but living ant workingmightily through His disciples A new purl stirred within his heart He began to understand the spiritual mean ing ofthe feeding of the multitude and tIme declaration of Jesus that lie was the Bread of Life and he went out to help spread the glad Gospel story Thus did the service of his youth Strengthen anti equip him for fuller anti better service in hlsmatureryears anti fo will It ever be The faithful nest anti kindly generous service of childhood will as surely become the medium of better truer fuller living when youth has given place to man hood Here is the lesson of hopefulness for every bay tumid girl how surely the years which are ahead will bear time impress of the thought amid deed of today Let our little lad come close to us on this cur Childrens Day and teach us his lessons Olil Age The old age qf the righteous is a time for congratulation An old per son is in some measure a victor Ilev C Crawford UK t S3s a God and 0iotCOtI1 ui1I 1 The Way She Identified Them One of the most eccentric characters of old Nantucket was Eliza Ann McCIeave She kept a museum where she lectured to the spectators Ope day pointing to two small figures she saul Xow friends take notice of these fig tires one is Caesar the other Brutus MaryLizzieCernpanion lEer Vlvtv of It- Seedsman You know maam you dont hare to plant your potatoqm whole you pieccsMrs that might do very well if we always wanted to raise potatoes for Lyonnaise or for mnxhing but we should probably desire to have potatoes served whole now and then lloston Transcript A Maryland Wonder Upper Cross KoaJi Mil June 15th Never in time history of medicine in this state has anything created such a ten sation by its marvelous cures of the most extreme cases as Dodda Kidney Pills This wonderful medicine seems to know powerLongstandingmost expert medical treatment seem to yield easily to this new conqueror of dis ease Hundreds have testified to the virtue of Doilda Kidney Pills They tell of se LumbagoBackache eases and even Dropsy Diabetes end lirights Disease by this medicine Among those who have been benefited racy be mentioned Mrs John Cooney of this place Mrs Cooney I believe Dodds Kidney Pills the best remedy ever known for Kidney Trouble and weak back They arc without exception time best medicine I have ever used I will always praise them highly for I goodMrs of many who say of DoJds Kidney Pills The moat wonderful remedy we ever heard bf For a Clean Slate A man can be almighty mean to his wiftej and yet wipe out time scorn if hewill only remember when they are dining in u swell restaurant to say lie can never cat rpasjt beef except n his own lmouseN Press Shake Into Your Shoe Allens FootEae It cUres painful swollen smarting feet new shoes easy Sold by all Drnpgistf and ShoeSlores Dont any suh titute FREE Address A S OlnstedLeUoyNY- BangsChinley has a wonderful mem ory believe he ever forgets any GriggeButthat he told you the snnie old story 20or30 time before Boston Transcript Three solid through trains dally Chicago to California Chicago lacuiic NorthWestern Line Bings Sparks is quite a sprinter I atcmnforThree trains a day Chicago to Califor ChicagoUnion censolatnthehis weed Town Topics Aching tacks are eased nip back and loin pains overcome Swelling of the limbs dropsy signs vanish They correct urine with brick Oust sedi meat high colored pain In pusin drib bling frequency bed wetting Doans Kidney Pills remove calculi and gravel Dtntnru ISDIt iras called rheumatism I could get relief from the doe tors I began to Improro on taking Deans uunple and got two boxes at our drug pet up four and five tunes a night That trouble Is orrr with and once more I can thank you ever so much for the wonderful medicineDowns Kidney Fills Jim It HrDEK President Ridgevule Indiana State Uonk Must Signature Wrapper ITiiirimaii ik I tetakeaii- a FMHEAIACRE IflINEU- I ilUOUSRESS tfl LIVER FOR F6R NmiIMn lAlvut CURE Stock and rAMrs prominent Danforth of Joseph Mich tells how she was cured of falling of the womb and its accomnyinpaiEfs Life looks dark indeed when a woman feels that her strength is sap ping away and she has no hopes of ever being ircstored Such was my feeling a few months ago when I was advised that my poor health was caused by prolapsus or falling of tbo womb The word sounded like a knell to me I felt thai sun had set i but Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound came to mo as elixir of lifo it restored the goodimealthmonths I took they medicine daily and each dosp added health and strength I am thankful for the help I obtained through ueMnaFLORENCE DAXFORTIT 1QQ7 Miles Ave St Joseph abate litter bf produce J The record of LydiaiE Pink Imms Vegetable Compound can i not bo equalled any other mcdlclup in tire world FREE MEDICAL ADVICE TOWOMEN Women would save and much sickness if they would write Mrs Plnkliam Lynn Mass for advice as as any distressing symptoms appear So It Didiarrityee here you had the nerve to reoumnmenJ these cods a thefinejt in the market T iIorWellrMarkley Well Ive had thit mil a nveekend look how rustyitrie Tailor Ah will recall I the itooCs would wear like frdnl = nhifiaelfihia Prets Atlanta Return Via Queen anti CreiieeitlLoiir 4 One round trip ilut 25e Tickets 0n sale July 7 8 Iii returning luly Dth with privuIegtof exten until AnguH IStbnn deppsit of ticket 1ion payment of 50 f at Agency tt 4tiuJuiy RatriT One fare and third round trippvia Queen Crescent Koute on tale AskIicketAgetuti lUms DOANS GET BACK REST yearsfgooddoniwith Mybackache RclleTe heart palpitation sleeplessness a headache nervousness dizziness Doans Kidney Pills arcnow recognized as a remedy for bladder Es The free trial Is an door to self proof fec ll- Th vamrasocawis = taNAME STATS torDsi4rntm1burn seprtesHp cchtxtni4wForIL1physicianmy klttarn Four boxes otDeans Kidney Pills have en the trouble Ithink 1 owe my life to thrto t Uoxter Sprlncs k FiJJ suf over twelve months with pain in the small of my bark Medicines end tors gave oimlyeteniporary reJef Pills eurvttm V S Dno JFTtaouUi Va I 4TFiOPPORTUNITY 42 FULL TOP BUfifiY HleVoryshafrconpltn2I 4nan leathers sprlDK anit ecat lnchroanrtJMaost l tiren J lftroat paint nifb cnvrtrl ii on and will reserve orderon reeipotpayment of KU0 ptt1 SAMSON CARRIAGE MFG CO122 Pearl St CINCINNATI ATherehomcseekers in the Great Southwest and Ctxllfornik f l Lowrate roundtrip hoineseckcrs and oneway settlers ticjjcts and third Tuesdays each month over the Santa F tbi jft Kansas Colorado New Mexico Arizonai Oklahoma and Texas t r 0 Very low roundtrip excursion rates lo California in Juya and Auust r rite anti tell us where you think of going t e will send 5tyou land literature and information about gooA faVm landsatlov prices Values in certain portions of the Sbutluvestsure vance VewihitellyotiaboiutitY JAtchlsen GeneralTopeka 6 Fastenjer 7 OfflcouaRallwsy5v 5 4i I ABSOIUTIT SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills leer of SMFa StaUo Betow uses 111 RS rn I1 flrL FOR FOR TORP1I COMSTIPATIIR ALLOWSKH FMTMCCIMPLEXIIR f Qmv1u SICK HEAbAOHI Live ELECTROTYPES I clubwoman St An lostI its Michm5oooftmreitIforgIraof time to soon only you you nnl Tickets pTileHorn fantIopen PO received toknowlLKan ocTn VI rii LEATHER back OHIO first tpiH tiutI0 cartridger nd3hotsh1ls 1are madeinthelSgest id 1best equipped amnrpUritiori factory in th world AMMUNJTIbN U M Crnake i now Iof by shoot ra orltl staWd d fc51 I I I TourdeaIerjejljtI I CartrIdgo Cs r ii JBridgeport Conn m jWESflRNCA4JTL sttractlngsocre attention jban anrsher dis Iriellim lbewofld The Graaisy ci WIrlJaTbjsadtSmn ibmee The Tcedlg Grouatsjoy Stock Areaumidiecretimi 1902 l987I3Oicrei I Tield I9 117922154 buihrl Abuadarce of Varev Vii Plenlirmil beapUuiIdIngMs 5TALAitDopiseaenrs FREF tie only chareJornhls5lQlotimrr aL seLim1 districts stilmerstur iCmZuuerlnteadutoC iauiarsUemsOllaw qr ii a hinwpultvilieo ttlo Jticxeax 6 lsuIpoi1IIad1IQukdcanM ailS eseratsal tha 7t iH fiIsr Is lif iSjn t 4sck 4 It Q Lc4 pci1 ZII 4r t 0 l 1kP fC jc I HC C C W w 5 STATE NEWS HAPPENINGSw hI Ja r LINEMEN ON A STRIKE siUI Over 100 Employed By the Cumberland 4 1t t Telephone Co Went Out 1ir r Louisville Ky June 15 Between e 100 and 150 linemen employed by the Cumberland Telephone Co In this city z went out ona strike on Saturday at midnight The men are asking for an 1 S Increase In pay The wages vary from 4g r 55 Jo I per day Local Manager i Hallof the company which Is the V principal Bell corporation In the south l Sjetated Sunday that the men on Friday I presented formal demands for tn teases in pay ranging from 25 to 50 r t1tnfs per day per man Their petition he says was forwarded to the general manager of the system to be acted on but the men struck without waiting 11foran answer The strike so far iv 4 1m confined to the linemen employed in ii Louisville although for nearly a year there has been talk of a general strike rofthe linemen In all cities where tb operates The Cumber r Iland has exchanges In New Orleans i Memphis Natchez and other 11f11Plarg cities along the Ohio and MIlt elselppl valleys At the Home Tale Co the large Independent con 1proneit was denied that there was any of a sympathetic strike on lne a t the linemen employed by that I corporation The strikers claim that I J tover 200 employee of the Cumberland 4a are on strike l STATE TROOPS re i VIII Be Sent to Maysvllle to Protect Three Negroes on Trial s Frankfort Ky June 13 State 4 trppps will go to Maysville Monday to protect during trial the three colored IhI it FarYrobbed About 100 men will go under t command of Maj Nelson Edwards of J Newport The three men have been q In the Covlngton jail for safekeeping 1 1sincethey were arrested last January 4Vt An armed mob gathered at the Mays vllle station last week to lynch the men when It was tipped ort they were to be brought back for trial Seeing the danger the authorities wired tor Covington to bold the men there TOBACCO PLANTS SOLD iJiiif 1 Wm Clarke Sons Co Deeded to the Imperial Tobacco Co Iq Henderson Ky June 13The Wil J liam Clarke Sons Co Friday deeded to the Imperial Tobacco Co their plant In this city with Its machinery and appurtenances which Is valued at l iI J30390 The deed also conveys the clark tobacco plant In Paducah The consideration named Is 5 and otheror kL valuable considerations The Impel rial Tobacco Co was incorporated in lie state February 2C of the present year by George A Willis Bristol Eng Charles S Clarke Liverpool Eng and others 1d I REDWINEI JHeIs a Candidate Judgeship For the Circuit 1 Richmond Kyv June 15The demo cVattc committee of the 23d judicial district has beeni called to meet June 23 to fix a date for holding a conven Ilion to nominate candidates far rlr cult judge and commonwealth rtirney There are three candid D B Rejjwlne of Jackson Robert S delI rirwin and D D Sublett of S SaljerEvjile The tormer is the pres gnt judk and is presiding in the mur der caf js otJett and White at Jackson J One of the Mulllni Dead b Litlngston Ky June15ln a drunken brawl at Sinks Station Sun rtaV 3on SuttJes shot and killed Obe Miillns Two of the Mullinses were sentenced to the penitentiary at the May term of court for the murder of young James Srott In the same neigh borhood last fall The two older brothS d ers of Obe Ed and Bee Mulllns served a term each In the penitentiary for murder and robbery A Defective Omission Frankfort Ky June HThe court- r of appeals Friday affirmed tho case of D ol McCarty of Kenton Indicted for operating a slot machine but the t t monerIwas omissionIaccording to the ruling of the circuit judge and the court of appeals I J A Farmers Sudden Death Carrollton Ky June 12 Richard Davis a provnlnent farmer of Upper t4 WhftesRun this county died sudden i i lytHe had gone into adoctors omc for medicine and complained of fenl Ing faint He had scarcely reached I the couch in the room before life was extinctv Damage Suit Compromised a Ellrabethtoyn Ky June 12The- suit of B P Perry amlnlstrator of Herman Callahan who was killed In the coal chutes at Iebanon Junction In May against the L A N railroad for 30000 damages has been com promised for 3500 7 Girl Died Suddenly I Lancaster Ky June I2Mlss Kato Stone aged 46 years while preparing i i to go out for a call at 2 oclock Thura day afternoon was stricken with cerebral hemorrhage and died at 7 ocJocki s Dead 94 Years 4 C Lexington K1June 12 Thomas 6 Norris aged 94 died In this city Thurs day He established the first news bureau In Lexington while the civil I war was In progress and for a number of years be nil a newspaper agent In this city 2i FJrat Mayelick 2 4 Maysllck Ky June 12ire Thurn day destroyed the Ryan Worthingten Mverjstablesthe Owsley saloon and 1everal cottages The Bank of Mays i lick and Presbyterian church were damaged tJSuesFor6oeo Damages KFranklin K June nHarry Blark r has tIled a 5000 damage suit agalnt Frank pllbeher He charges that Dlt boner assaulted hkm mashed his aeso a 11rataRentlY lajured his ey slcht wmdresulted from a iEtght 4 Sculptor Jtfrta Tutor Dead e t ngtqKy June 13M Pru f J6h flied here aged 84 yMrs He was u iaesr C this I Ce wwLe tMi 11 te ta a0 Or 5 VJ i 0 ti1 jJ t tt t1i Jitr iq i 14 ti i is i k 1i SAVED FROM WATERY GRAVE Twelve Young Men Thrown Into the LIckIng River Newport Ky June 15heroIsm shantyboatAustlnburg a mile above the mouth of that stream saved tho lives of a number of men Sunday- A yawl loaded to the gunwales with 12 young men were passing up thft stream when It was capsized At that moment John Albers who lives In a shanty boat with a companion threw two flatboats into the water and rowed for the drowning men Albers and his companions picked up several of the men two of whom were going down for the last time All were finally saved with the assistance of J W Vester who was In a launch passing at the time Two of the men were In such a con dition and had swallowed so much wa ter that heroic treatment had to be resorted to and after being rolled over barrels and kneaded for over an hour they were resuscitated STAY OF EXECUTION The Case of J W Bess Will Be Appealed to the Court of Appeals Lexington Ky June 13 James W Bess convicted of the murder of Mrs Martha Martin here two months ago was to have been hanged Friday under sentence of the court before whom he was tried However his attorneys obtained a stay of execution by appeal to the court of appeals and argument for a new trial will be heard In Septem berThe body of Mrs Martha Martin was found In a pond In the suburbs She had been strangled to death Bess was accused tried and convicted The theory of the prosecution was that ho killed her to obtain 225 which she had concealed In her stocking and which was missing when the body was found FORMER DIVORCE DECREE It It Set Aside By the Court and They Can Remarry Louisville Ky June 12R A Cunningham formerly of Cincinnati and Niobe Cunningham who were divorced In 1900 were reunited Thursday by Judge Miller who set aside the decree of separation on the plea of both per sons Their two children were sent to the house of refuge on the motion of the mother Later Mrs Cunningham was taken ill and the former husband paid the Infirmary bill Then she requested that the children be returned to him This was done and love bo ginning anew the prayer for annulment of the divorce followed Harvest Hands Quit Bowling Green Ky June 13 Tho harvest hands on the farm of Col Charles L Daughtry near this city struck Friday Mrs Daughtry a club and society woman was at home nt the time but refused to increase the wages of the laborers When they left she mounted the binder and cut 20 acres of wheat before other hands were secured Col Daughtry Is one of the trustees of the Kentucky con federate home and Is assistant adju tant general on Gen Bennett H Youngs staff No Hope For StatenILejrlngtui Ky June 13 Theconal tlon cf James W Staten past grand master of Kentucky Masons who suf fered a stroke of paralysis at Paris Wednesday night and whowasre moved to the Good Samaritan hospital here Thursday remains unchanged and physicians In attendance believe it will be only a few hours before the end comes A Series of Twins Greenup Ky June 15Corporal and Mrs Harry Nickell of Sprlngville are the proud parents of twins son and daughter They are the fifth gen eratlon of twins still living on the mothers side and the father is also a twin In every instance there was a male and female OH Well Machinery on the Way Scottsvllle Ky June 12W May field local manager of the Grain Hill Oil Co of Findlay 0 stated Thurs day that one oil well machine was In transit to the companys field here and that a derrick was in construction for six 2000feet test wens on the Porter farm Cats Bite Fatal Wilmore Ky June 12Miss Mary Ball 18 who lives on Dlx river Is dy- Ing of convulsions or hydrophobia caused by b ing bitten by a cat Several physicians from Bryansville Bu- ena Vista and High Bridge have been in attendance Oil Found Near toufivllle Louisville Xy June 15Oil has been discovered in Meadowlawn 11 miles south of the city Tho sinking of wells has been commenced John Humbler an oil operator of Los An geiep has leased 20000 acres of land around Meadowlawn Warehouse Destroyed By Fire Winchester Ky June 15The grain and seed warehouse of D S Gay burned Sunday afternoon including the largest stock of blue grass seed In the world Loss 10000 Insurance 75000 Result of An Old Grudge Lebanon Ky June 13As the re suIt of an old grudge James Slayton was killed In this county Friday afternoon by his brotherinlaw Perry Bright with a knife Bright who is about 60 years old came here and surrendered I Hopklnsvllle Chosen Louisville Ky June 13rTne execu tive committee of the Kentucky Bank ers association Friday close Hopkins vllle as the placefor hohjlng the next convention of the association September 17 and Speed Will Sustained Louisville Ky June 12The will of Mrs Fannie C Speed giving 240000 to the Mcthodltti board of education of the conferenceof Kentuckj was surf talned after a JO days contest by the heirs here Ala appeal still 1eYb taken O afeftSgw She Met4isdy4 itobertcPli1H js wife was oh her way to join him and iaetali Jiody aiJionbluHi He re- ui4d hi Utile YtoekjrArJt1nlt loritWtIYetn ui ti n fSEi i 4 1r s n i i t f TAKING TESTIMONY Ewen Swore That lIe Saw Jettn Kill Marcum A Provost Marshal Is Now In Chargo of Jackson Ky Under the Order of Col Williams In Command- of the Troopst Jackson Ky June ItThe trial of Curtis Jett anti Tom White for the murder of Attorney Marcum begans Wednesday morning Capt D en was the first witness called Ho saidcwere conversaa lion I was looking toward my back to the west doorjamb of tho courthouse Vhen tho shot was firedII saw dimly In the smoke the form ofoa man approaching I ran when cum fell but I looked back and saw Curtis Jett approach him with his re volver In both hands lie came up to within six feet I thought of the man lying on the floor and deliberately shot him In tho head I feared he would also try to shoot me and I ran further away After he tired the second shot he stood a second as if to make certain of the deed and then turned Whileh running away I kept looking direction to be certain of his move ments as In the event he had tried totshoot me would have drawn my revolver It was 3 oclock when the crossex amination of Kwen was concluded and he was excused with the understand ing that he might be recalled by the dcfensj His testimony in response to Attorney Goldens rapidfire of questions was quite as strong antI damag ing to the defendants as on direct examination The defense failed in ef fort to lay grounds for impeaching his testimony by questions as to his men ory his uninterrupted sanity etcIFive minutes before Marcum was assassinated Attorney John Patrick who followed Bach said that he saw Jett and White conversing in front of the courthouse He saw Jett go into the courthouse several minutes before the shooting A minute or so afteriMarcum fell he saw Jett leave courthouse by a side door Later he saw Jett and White walk to the bridge and there saw them talking with Mrs Marcus Johnson Marcums sister Wednesday night Mrs Mary John son sister of the murdered attorney made a statement which is even mare startling than Ewens admission In his statement Wednesday morning Commonwealths Attorney Byrd said that it would be proved that Jett ad mitted to Mrs Johnson that he killed Marcum In the evidence Wednesday afternoon It was stated that Jett and White were seen talking to Mrs Johnson at the bridge- A provost marshal Wednesday night was in charge of Jackson Under tho order of Commander Williams who is in command of the troops provost guards are to patrol the streets day and night and make arrests for any infractions of the law including drunk enness firing pistols or disorderly conduct of any character Jackson Ky June 12The statement of B J Ewen that in the pres cnce of two witnesses five one thou sand dollar bills were tendered him on condition that he would repudiate what he had testified to regarding the assassination of James n Marcum that death was the alternative threat ened and the testimony of Mrs John son sister of the murdered man were the features of special Interest Thurs day affecting the trial of Curtis Jett and Tom White on the charge of murdering J B Msrcum Mrs Tohnsoi re 1ahdI ite stand what the ia j aied Weduesuij ut in U1Jl1 110I that Jett has admitted M her that ho killed her brother using the language Hargis money did it I fired the shotJackson Ky June 13The feature of the JettWhlte trial Friday was the drift of evidence towards a conspiracy Implicating county officials and otblera and tending to show that Jett White had no such motives as the con spirators but were simply hired to killlJ B Marcum who was the for parties contesting the election of county officials The defense durlrg the forenoon attempted to have the case continued on account of the ab sence of witnesses and again in Ute afternoon on account of the illness ot one of the attorneys for tae defence In both Instances Judge Redwine ordered the trial to proceed The prosecution rested its caso Saturday A squad of soldiers hate been commissioned to secure the presence of several reluctant witnesses whose testimony will be heard when court reconvenes The parties want cd are said to be hiding in the woods and some attribute their attitude to fear or Intimidation The defense will attempt to establish an alibi for Jelt and prove that White had do connec tion with the killing Over 70 wit nesses have been summoned The testimony of Judge Hargis and several other witnesses called by the defense is awaited with much interest in Jack son A NIcaraguan Minister Coming Washington June I3The stats de partment has been notified that Senor Sanchez the Nicaraguan minister for foreign affairs has started for Wash ington from Nicaragua It is supposed here that his visit has reference to tho canal project Not So Serious as First Reported Topeka Kan June 13 Official reports received by State Employment Agent Gerow from Kansas counties show that the injury done the Kansas wheat crop by the flood is not nearly so serious as at first reported s Cooks and Walters Strike Chicago June I2The members of the Cooks and Walters union at a meeting Thursday night decided to call out Friday morning the employes of all the hotels the managers of which are members of the Hotelmens association Two Sailors Drowned New London Ct June 13 During the height of the gale the schooner Fred A Emerson of Booth Bay MeIbound to New York from Bangor cap seized near Little Gull light Two sailors were drowned Papermakers to Strike Holyyke Mass June I2Engle lodge of papcrmakers in a mass meet- Ing rejected all proposals made by the American Writing Paper Co and the sentiment of the assembly favored a g itralstrlke of all paper mill operative In Holyok- ekariy3ettlement of Strike Expected grantithe tpmlng put of the operatives in another Thursday revived the hopes of he twtlle workers in an early settle BWtct the strike i t + f r zr 1i v8 T 1 r AMERICAN LABOR UNION A New Constitution Was Adopted at the Annual Convention Denver Col June t51t was an- onnced Sunday the now constitution of the American Labor union which was adopted just before the adjournment of the annual convention on Friday last will be submitted to referen dum vote In December The principal changes provided by li new constitution Is the centraliza ion of power In the executive board and will have the effect of reducing strikes to a minimum Under this provision the power of declaring Is taken from the local unions nnd given to the board and when trike is called all affiliated unions out must respond anti Immedi bly An assessment of five cents per month per member for a permanent strike fund is one of the other Impor nt changes This will give a fund r JOOOOO annually BUILDING TRADES LOCKOUT Employers Threaten to Tie Up All Building Work In New York New York June 15The members of the Building Trades Employers as sociation announced Sunday that not would the present lockout con one but also that other work would be stopped thus completely tieing up building work In the city unless he labor unions should consent to adopt the plan of arbitration to prevent future strikes which has been proposed by the employers The new condition of affairs came as a thunderbolt to the majority of the walking delegates who had expected that about 50000 out of the 120000 men who had been out of employment since May 4 would be able to resume work Monday morning TO NEGRO SLAVES Memorial Monument at BarrIngton R Dedicated Barrlngton R t June ISA memorial monument to Negro slaves and their descendants in recognition of valuable domestic and patriotic serv ces before and during the revolution ary war the first of Its kind to be erected in the United States was dedi cated here Sunday The memorial Is a white quartz boulder but Pressed at the corners by large black stones em blematical of the interdependent rela tions of the white and black races and bears a tablet inscribed In memory of Negro slaves and their descendants who faithfully servcH Harrington families THE SHAMROCK III She Is Now Lying at Anchor Off Tompklnsvllle S New York June 15Safe and sound after a rough pass be from Gourock Scotland of 16 days and 22 hours Sir Thomas Llptons latest challenger for the Americas cup the Shamrock Ill is now lying at anchor off Tompkins vllle S I where she arrived at 1020 Sunday morning in company with the steam yacht Erin that had towed he most of the way across the Atlantic and by the Shamrock II towed by the British tug Cruiser The 15C men which manned the yachts and their convoys are all well and there were no accidents to mar the passage Defended His Mother Eastman Ga June I5Dr T J Buchanan of Eastman whose broth1 is a member of the lenhjature v0Ishot anti instanty kild S ay his son Oeietrp TJl yjtier iCied t anjKtil ani threatened to kilt his Aiio ana children The wife attempted to wrest the weapon from him The son hearing the scuffle ran into the room with a pistol in his band- It is supposed the discharge of the lat ters weapon was accidentally the ball passing through the fathers heart The Pacific Cable Manila aurie 15The cable ship Co oam which is laying the Pacific cable from Guam eastward Is nearing Mid island and it is expected that the laying of the section from Midway island to Honolulu will commence next week Sunday Trading Kansas City Mo June ISThe first Sunday trading at the stock yards In the history of the local market prevailed here Sunday all departments being open The business of buying and selling cattle and hogs progress ed the same as on a weekday Opening of the Saengerfest Baltimore June 15The formal opening of the 20th triennial saenger lest of the Northeastern Saengerbund of America took place here Sunday afternoon with a reception concert In the Fifth Armory hall Made the First Bottle Plttsburg Pa June 15 James OHara grandson of Gen Jas OHara of revolutionary fame and who made the first glass bottle in America died here Sunday night He was a full couiiln of Mrs Mary Schenley Disorders In Cavite Manila June 15 Disorder continues in tho province of Cavite The bandits named Fellzardo and Monta lon with some followers recently raided a number of towns The government Is planning a campaign to sup press the troubles Mrs Lettie M QuIne Dead Chicago June 15rMrs Lettie Ma son Quine president of the Womens foreign missionary society of the Methodist church died at her home here Sunday Mrs QuIne was widely known In religious circles Sentenced For Libel Hamburg June lSThe editor of the Echo was sentenced to three months for suggesting that Prof Del Itsch knew more about Babel than Prof Hilprecht and the kaiser togeth er The verdict was rendered on the kaisers account Law Student Drowned Madson Wis June 15 Arthur F Beule a law student at the University- of Wisconsin was drowned while sail ing on Lake Mendota Arthur Curtis and Wallace Benedict nearly lost their lives in an attempt to rescue Beule Blew Himself Up With Dynamite Rome Ga June 15Walter Crane created a sensation while on board the northbound Central train betwtn Trion and Wilson by blowing bims itf and almost tho entire end of a tIC senger car Into smithereens vitt dynamite cartridges InJIUng7lrBuda re port of the ministry If FJflgary estt mates the yield of wbtct afi388 milll metres centners cmpared with 466 In 1902 rye tl17 compart vltb 13G i barIec1 if tt yit i i J NT WENS GREAT LOSS His Hotel nt Jackson Ky Burned nml He is Penniless Insurance on the Prcperty Had Den Cancelled Last Week Lawlessness Making Insurance Companies Unwilling to Carry It Lexington Ky Juno 15The City hotel at Jackson Ky a threestory building owned by Capt B J Ewen the main witness against Jett and White now on trial for the assassina lion of Lawyer J B Marcum wad burned to the ground early Sunday morning There were 15 guests In tho hotel but all escaped without Injury The hotel together with its furnish ings and the effects of the guests Is a total loss The origin of the fire M unknown but the belief Is generally that the fire was of Incendiary origin The Insurance on Ewens property had been cancelled last week the stato of lawlessness making insurance corn Panics unwilling to longer hold the risk The building had recently been completed and his loss of 10000 rep resents his all He and his wife and nine children are left homeless and almost penni less The disaster struck terror to his heart and he has feared to leavo the protection of the court believing that his assassination will be attempt ed If opportunity Is offered Ills fain ily are with neighbors Capt Ewen had recently put up an addition to the hotel This was just completed and was yet unoccupied It was in this part of the hotel that tho fire was discovered The town of Jackson has no fire department and when Its citizens were aroused by tho firing of pistols and guns much excitement prevailed A detachment of militia came on the double quick from their camp across the river and ren dered valuable aid In assisting tho guests to escape and preventing the flames from spreading Smoke was discovered Jssulng from the unfurnished portion of Ewens hotel at 6 oclock It originated In an unfinished room on the third floor No fire has been In It and It was too remote from the kitchen chimney a flying spark to have caused the fire Guests at the hotel and members of Capt Ewens family were asleep when the alarm was sounded and had to es cape In haste half dressed and leav- Ing clothing and belongings to be con sumed Clothing had to be furnished by neighbors and only a few pieces of furniture were saved Despite efforts to extinguish the flames they did not surrender until there was nothing left to burn only the taU chimney and a heap of ashes marking the site of the building What soldiers could be spared went to the fire and worked heroically to save the hotel and when this became a hopeless undertaking devoted themselves to adjoining property It was feared to send any of tho men on regular duty as It was sus pected that a rush on the jail or camp might have been planned and that the fire was expected to draw the soldiers from the Jail and locality- It was found that rain barrels around the hotel which afforded its chief fire protection were overturned by the in cendiaries before the torch was ap plledAt one time the whole south section of the town seemed to bo threatened and only hard work prevented a spread Two cloth balls dipped in tar and kerosHti were fiairl near the ruins of I i Ky ffd1 JK ru neighbor n said ho saw tv men leave the hotel a moment before the fire but said he did not know them He Is a defense witness in the trials now In progress and it was decided by the soldiers to retain him In the belief that he may know more than he has told Thorp and Crawford the men under arrest are teamsters who work for Judge Hargls Maj Allen was informed that they were seen crossing the bridge near Ewens home Just about the time the fire was discovered They were arrested at noon On close questioning they made conflicting statements but denied having crossed the bridge until after the lire was In progress Oneal and Golden counsel for Jett anti White demanded the Immediate re lease of the men They were held for preliminary trial under 3000 bond each Flag Day In San Juan San Juan P R June ISThe flag day celebration hete broke the record for there was a display of Americanism throughout Porto Rico Fifteen hun dred flags were carried by the pupils of the schools and there were patti otis exercises at the theater Popts Condition Improved Rome June 15Dr Lapponl tho popes physician saw the pontiff Sun day but merely continued tho treat ment of his Indisposition which would not be worth mentioning It It were not for Pope Leos age His condition la much Improved French Like the Cuban Flag Paris June 15 Parisians are study Ing the newly hoisted Cuban flag over the legation of the youngest republic As they dilate upon the white and blue bands and upon the red triangle with a white star praises of the United States are heard upon all sides Declined the Offer Manila June I5The government which intends to appoint an army aOl cer to be governor of Cavlte province offered the post to Capt Shanks of the 18th Infantry regiment but the atter has declined the offer Bishop of Cebu Philippines Rome June 15 Commission of five cardinals entrusted with affairs con cerning the Philippine Islands has decided to propose to the pope the ap pointment of Rev Thomas A Hen drick of Rochester N Y bishop of Cebu Philippines Will Tour In Africa New York June 15 Bishop JC Hartsell of the Methodist Episcopal church will sail from New York on the steamer Germanic Wednesday to begin his seventh Episcopal tour on tho continent of Africa Lynchers Foiled Greenville June 15At 1030 oclock a crowd of citizens went to tho Jail to secure Ben Lee Colored ac cused of assaulting a white woman The mob broke In the doors and found the prisoner gone Sheriff Floyd hay ing taken him away about 7 oclock Probably a Fatal Quarrel Chicago June 1In a quarrel with one of his stable bands at the Harlem race track Sidney S Bender a well known horse owner was struck with a pitchfork and so badly Injured that bo may die IS ir t PROBABLY GETTING EVEN Tlie Work nt Mnllcenii It Wim Carried Into Effect Through the Telephone The young man with the malicious gleni in hiee who had dropped a dime In the Mot of the public telephone and- o relatesliefcelto voice SnubbemfVeil end of the wire Who is this I Beg pardon 1 cant quite understand youThis u MiSS Snubbem What do you plinIJIt is Who arc VBeg pardon again I cant quite catch your answer say this w Miss Snubbem Who I am very sorry hut I never can un derMind anybody that is chewing gum BUll u ir 3 telephone You are chewing gum are you noU yPlease take it out of your mouth Have you taken it out Yes Well thats nil thehookgrin on his face A Good Thing Every issue of The FourTrack News makes it easier for ticket agents and ticket sellers to secure passengers for dis tant parts of the country for the reason that eC11article and every illustra tion in News is an ducement for readers to travel andace what a marvelous variety of scenery and climate our own country possesses The more these facts are Impressed upon the average person the more certain he or ahe is to have a desire to travel There fore The FourTrack News is not onl in the interest of all the transportation line and hotels it also bears out the legend of its title page of An Illustrated Mapa sine of Travel and Education From the Buffalo Commercial A Society Grain Liihansgtniui Has he- Havent you heard about it He gave a dinner the other night at which all the bytheirCHEAP TO COLORADO The Bnrllnctona Cheap nates for Sat mer Outing Take your vacation in Colorado Rto markably cheap daily tourist rates after Juno 1st and from July lscto JOlh round trip rntes aro less CHEAP TO MINNESOTA dallylowplus WOO round trip- Cnrtr TO CALIFORNIA Special half rates round trip to California rates1sLWWAKrsrtot Iino Street St Louis Mo Why lit Dltl It uI want you to realize sir said the magistrate as he soaked the bru tel husband for 200 plunks nnd costs that jrifebcating is an expensive pastime vBut your honor whined the miserable fetchul didnt do it for pastime I did it as a duty Chicago Daily News The Santa Fe passenger department has about ready for two pam phlets descriptive ofa part of our coun try which twenty years ago was supposed to be fit only for cattle grazing tine is entitled The Panhandle of Texas the other Fruit Growing in Paces Valley of New Mexico The first shows the Panhandle region is the ideal for the man who wishes to combine small farming with stockraising The second facts to prove that the Iecos Valley is one of the finest fruit sections in the United States Xetuhboriy Calls Mrs OflaiTcrtrAir vex on callia McXnttyMrs Oi am She railed me no Inicly nnOi called her a loirChicago Daily News The Earth and the Man have close relations and Farming in thereat Southwest is a true exponent or copyvof this and other publics leIj nttvtcts for moneymak ff thMKTRy V ff 511 S MiviV HIdj St Louis lo- Uncle Reuben i Alter d irorld has once giben a man a vjancc got a line on him he may protest all day dat he am no liar without changin anybodys opinion Detroit Free PKM StoiM the Cough and works off the cold Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Price 25 cents arullycleerdidLOndonTltHits Thelieanwithout smoke ashes or heat Make corn fortable cooking Aihevlllr and Return 2jcJulAsk Ticket Agent for particulars yourlawncut my grans to for the use of it Somerville Journal CorisumltionF Doer Trinity Springs Ind Feb 15 1000 ousinsHiarolOpium and Liquor habits Cured Book free BMWoolley 11 D AUantaaa MARKET REPORT Cincinnati June 13 CALVESExtra 6 00 Butcher steers 5 00 CALVESExtra 6 00 6 25 HOGS Ch packers 6 20 6 25 Mixed packers 5 90 6 10 SHEEPClipped 4 10 4 25 LAMBSExtra 7 00 7 25 FLOUR Spring pat 4 15 4 45 WHEAT No 2 red 79 80 No3 winter 78 CORNNo2 mixed 52 OATSNo 2 mixed 3- 9RyENo2 5- 8HAYCh timothy 18 25 PORKClear family 19 15 LARDSteam 8 50 BUTTER Ch dairy U Choice creamery 24 APPLESFancy 3 50 3 75 POTATOESNew 4 00 4 25 TOBACCONew 4 50 11 75 Old 6 00 11J910 Chicago FLOURWinter pat 3 55 3 70 WHEATNo 2 red iSy 76 No3 spring 74 ifl 78 CORNNo2 mixed 48 4 OATSNo 2 mixed 3- 8RyENo2 51 PORKMess 16 87Ht17 00 LARD Steam 8 72i4 8 75 New York FLOUR Win strts 3 65 6J 3 75 WHEATNo 2 red 84 CORNNo2 mixed 57 OATS No 2 mixed 4lv RYEWetern 58h PORKFamily 18 25 18 50 LARDSteam 9 15 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 78 78i CORNNo 2 mixed 53Ys 53j OATSNo3 mixed ji 38 CATTLEButchers C 20 5 35 HOGSWestern 6 65 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red t 78 CORNNo 3 mixed 52V OATSNo 3 mixed 36 PORKMess 11J17 50 LARDSteam 9 75 Indianapolis 78MCORNNoOATSKO 3 mueu t SBJ i tfoiZ4 i t RJ toO1 4J0 a tls I rFI r JJ GRATEFUL HAPPY WOMENJ IIIP BZV lffA trZYJYA SMi s Muriel Armitage Female Weakness is Pelvic Catarrh Always Half Sick are the Women Who Have Pelvic Catarrh Catarrh of any organ if allowed to progress will affect tIm whole body Catarrh without nervousness is very rare but pelvic catarrh and nervous ness go hand in hand What is distressing asight as a poor halfsick nervous woman suffering from the many almost unbearable symp toms of pelvic catarrh She docs not consider herself ill enough togo to bed but she is far from being able to do her work without the greatest exhaustion inrju RiuMtr by stamps houses Vacation outings snow clad peaks flashing trout streams of Colorado Lowrate all summer Cheap prices at resort hotels or camp there on J Sinta Fes superb train Kansas City to Pueblo Colorado Springs Denver with obscrvatipn Pullmans library smoking car and chair quick night ride Att lot free copy beautiful A Summer OEO T Gsa Agt Alt bison 4 Kc Co St Cincinnati O AN- EXQUISITE REQUISITE foTbot weather Cools the and quenches toe mass free or seal cfltL at Imiuuon Uookletfr- eenuutai 10 EVERYWHERE OF PAPER DE8IRINO TO EOT ANTTHIJia I ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS BHOULD INSIST liLTING WIIAT ASK FOR ALL OB IMITATIONS WREN WKJT1NQ TO JU1TERTIBKKS I please that you saw the AIiTcrUas Ia Ibis paper Thank Peruria for Their Recovery After Years of dr 1 Suffering i rr MisaMuri Armitagc 30 Green 3twood Ave Detroit Mich District J I think that a woman naturally lX shrinks from making her troubles public restored health has meant BO much to me that I feel fur time of other suffering i f women it is my duty to what Pcruna lias done for me iII suffered for five years with 1uterine Irregularities which brought onhyteria made me ra physical wreck I tried doctors from tho difCuraqt schools of clue but withput perceptible change in niy condition In my Icalgd on an old who advfsedrn to Pcruna promised good results if I would j persist and take it regularly I thought this was the least I could do procured a hattIe I knew as soon as 1 began taking it that it tT vas affecting me differently from fianything I had used before andso I kept on taking It I kept for six steadily gained strength und health and when I 1 used fifteen bottles I consid 4re cred myself entirely cured I am a grateful happy woman today Miss Muriel Armitagc This is a common sight is almost always due to pelvic catarrh It is worse than foolish for so many women to Buffer year after with a disease that can to permanently cured Pcruna cures It cures old chronic as well as a slight attack the only difference being in the length of time that it should be taken to effect a cure Jf you do not derive prompt factory resultsfromthe use of Peruna write at once to Dr HarDan giving a full statement ofyoirt case and will be pleased to give his valuable ad gratis Address Dr Hartman President of Ilartman Sanitarhim Columbus Ohio FkOOLALtUMMERI 4 OF ALL COAST RESORTS LONGISLANQ 250 MILES OF COAST LINE comfortable Sectionand fla touch with New York City TRAIN T13LEc7RAPIZand TELEPHONE Send 4 cents In for Summer Homes a list of boarding and hotels to 0LONG263 Fifth Avenue N Yi HOWARD M SMITH H B FULLERTON rGpoenil rasscnce Agent Special Agent Ptmenter Colorado WantsYou among and excursions out Go th- eColorado Flyer the new and Luxuriously equipped cars A of book Colorado GUXNIP Topeka Sanla Itallira i7 Walnut Santa Fe blood th- irstHires Ootbeer sckago slionL Sold torn beware iimiaco BROMO SELTZERCURES Headaches CENTS tADZBS THIS UPON THEY IlEFUSINO SBBSTrrrjTKS state 1551 3JX II OrgauizeroihcRoyaITcmp1arsof TemperanceIiiarecentlettersays but 4sake tell and medi flany nurse try and and this up had very and year catarrlfpermancntly cases and satis he you vice The dote Dept BABYS FUTURE bV Something for Mothers j to Think About tLives jISorrow And Happiness airi Prosperity Assures BK 1 CuticufaSoapOiitmentantfilIs When All Else Fails Every child born Into theworld with an Inherited or early developed ten t dency to distressing disfiguring hu moors of the skin scalpand blood becomes an object of the mast tender solicitude not only because of Its suffer lag but because of the dreadfal fear that the disfiguration 1s to be lifelong iend mar Its future bappihc sand pros perity Ilence It becomes the duty of mothers of such afflicted children to ac quaint themselves with the beet the 4 purest and most effective treatment available viz The iCatlcur Treatment Warm baths with CutlcuraSoap to cleanse the skin and scalp of crusts and scales gentle applications of Cuticnra Ointment to allay Itching irritation sad Inflammation and and heal and mild doses ofCuticnra Resolvent to cool the blood Jntlie severer cases are all that can be desired for the speedy relief and permanent cure of skin for tured Infants and children slid the com fort of wornout parents Millions of women we CutTcuraSoap assisted by Cutlcura for pre serving purifying and beautifying the skin scalp hair and annoy lag Irritations and weaknesses and for many sanative antiseptic i which readily suggest themselves Sold hoot a world CtlemflaSnt 4jturin cf Choeoiitt Costed Be per sisi at ObiR tami 1fl5sp tic rxnaUi V ClMiVttiaaH Bal iis S Rn da U nix BaiMltf CMaaibuAnb i Putt Drur S tbm Cap t pTtauru WBeDtrUaWtOCIrli5biifUUaiZL j FREE TO WOMENDrove the hfallnc and power of Pnxtln 4 Antiseptic we will a large trial paekaca book ioT instructions rTo free This U tiny sample but a large enough to eonrlnce Its value Women over the country are for what U J done la local treat ment of female HlscinIng all Inflammation and discharges wonderful as a cleansing vaginal douche for sore throat nasal catarrh as a mouthwash end to remove tartar and whiten the teeth Send today a postal card will do Sold by drnnliU or nt postpftldby nt S9 j rent lanre boi narantrcdTILE K rAXTCN Ooi CoiubnsAvoton Ma ANl1l 1974 I PISO S CURE f H 4S r u Is t vi W5 1 S I N t t Ih au I itLOWING8V1LLE OUTLOOK 4 OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO I i OWINGSVILLE KY relLAddress all communications to TUB OUTLOOK Pimusntsa Co or to JOHN W UORAKKR Owingsville Ky Subscribers desiring 1 change of L Uddrnis should always give previoul address when writing- Correspondents when out of staBy lionery should mention fact 1 tlIlrntet8Hp of pnperOl THURSDAY NE 18 1903 FCAH that the kupscbtina would oSoose n tucoestor to King ii F beYnIrao11io nurder King Alex imiar hli Rea Draga her two brother and eeralof their influ J ential frlendiand preclaimedPrincc 4 Karageorgevltah the prcten tderthe throne king The names tit aile people conceraod are some thlag wonderful and fearful to a foreifBer bot they are probably as staple at Smith Jones andThomp IMn to the natives The Servians em to accept the state of affairs Bach at a natter of course CORRESPONDENCE Okla John Andpr on baby la very sick not a expected to liremA nice ihower fell Sunday afternoon and U WM very much needed Mrs Jarneilllddteot near Od 8Mrlslted htPsisierMrs Alpheu VIce lueaday of Utl weok Ire W T Atlbllnn and three children ovf Kleholas Con visited relatives here sever ml deys last wee- kBerJKWrtght baptised six persons on WedneedayotlaU week In Iickingrivera t tho Denton ford Twoof thiim mad their confession nearb a year ago while Bros Oossett and Arrasmlth were preneblnc nhrevwblleRevBanfordvftKprvaehlnz in I lpv and one Joined anderiUv 1L Vrlghfi pre nLngiait week Jt CtangoCltyLAlex Mnzo and of Bath Co visited b f rstoseunabnoysaunda1ur t Jos Myrs and wire Fleralngtburg are Xliltlng relatives here this week Mines Btfael and Hannle Bstlll of Mont IId 1 COL are gaesU of tbelr cousin Miss llalVJIUroy 4I K1IMa Fnnnlo Thompion loft Day aDdII f4 VacBtaKden of Sunset vicinity Tlsited 4 tded and relatives Saturday and BuuJfty 1 Childrens exoroltes were well attended I nd be people can hardly express their I i1 Khaaks to tile congregation their close bI Attention and especially ft they thank lira Jones for his able asststanoe atioJohi 41 t Hawkins of Hlllsboro who plared theeor LI 9et which made tbe music very lnte IUD R 1 fOr the ennll1l k f Falrvlew 4i lCUtrBendrlz sold a bay mare to JesseCal 1 Yen 11m IMnLouisAndersot1soIdabtack5yeaT if MOoICliff Hendrix and wife visited VA J AIPowellot near FlemlngsburEy Saturday uiiikaad Bnnday Ben Patm1ter and Wrlsht closed thai r mell nat this place Wednesday night i with otis addition 10 the rchorgoOnd ella r mlIyotWliitoOa l Wtrsguesothitat niawIN Pow all andXamlly Batn n and Sunday i Tbeabientind anotihe Bethel ti amity reminds us of iryoanR gnntleman In I thli community who wee sent to tho store the otherday aftera bottle of lemon extracta IZorcake and came bom with a 1j LbolUeofoordlalof Hedrloka Schoolhouso i TUBcle rTill Knox Is ne betterJWi had a fine rala here last 1 tht 1 i The SuidajFtchool this place t I clprpgi slInicly3- fIGM staten 101dei hdi 1 j cbog ioWjIIWjtti40iDdah o altor JvBeech Woods4t Henry Sorrell wet to Mt Kter tct l1gMoadayStt Mud Bailey visited at Crooks i j K several days last week Judge W 8 Gadgell sold a dry cow to Sap Lathram pitjoTi L f Sara Latbram a e f uach of sheep of Judge W S 1eIi t JiGudgeIi for 180 7baeyNorrIs was called to the S 4 fecdtida of his aunt Mrs Wm fiteele oa Burbridftesr Brahch Sprlnsfleld- Waller Boyd visited his msther At Judy Sundayi- GertlaMorlan of Beurbon Co is visiting her aunt Mrs John prattSKcI T JraBd wife visited rola t ilfjs iavMi Sterling Saturday and AN Stuiday QdrsStbe forsiers sther at Judy TkuridsyS Ol Spratt returned hoae Hun I itSh riL A SiMSjIhers sold to Mr XabJasen of Mtt Sterling sixteen IatlMfor97490 ix 7 wt 0 B IrttWner Bltdand J6hm Spratt attended Court at Mt Sttritag Monday i dlateValley a aloe ram Sunday neB H r J r ti5Jf2 Mrs Cab Seedegar is on tbe f JIi Addie Jones bought a cow fn I d 4 Kaeeh Sorrell for 20 r i meetingItla i1ii San ShMltx aad wife visited W JL AtehlMB aBdwlfe at Salt Lick 8Bday We Coyla BBdyWLfe were guesta ef their daagbtar Wrm Caba Snede 11i lli Bdaj r 5kSYi Dee ladder wlyItUdrenT- IIIj Mrs RudderVy entAn drewCeyle aad wife oft Prickly i AIM Saturday Bight and Sunday Eggs era tw ICent a dozen 9i iesenIaeentsa pound turkeys fpta n4 spring ch1akns 20 cents i I F iI i 5Ii ap trvIitStc 4 3 z4 t 4 c J r Y j Stoops sic quitekT N attn Emmot Coons were at Spencer Saturday and Sunday Lawrence Fassett and wife visited atives near Sharpsburg Saturday and Sunday Mrs J M Waldeck loft last week MrsOlllePerryIn John ne guarand family Sunday Mrs Jesse Morgan of Cincinnati gordTom nnd Miss Hcrtle Wreii of near ympia are visiting their parents B C Wren and wife The crop of bluegrass seed was verylightTobacco is growing Qu ly tv this tiJIJllotbewheat will do to cut this weekv Mud LickthIt T Richardson lit on the sick UB Miss Clemmie Roberson is quite poorly with fever Wtliad n prospeut for n e4 dlngrbvlha old folks objected A rntatftH In last issue It was stIIIIndaughtnrMrsited at Alfred Willa Sunday upthoto werypresent SImpsan Karrlck killed maddog a few days ago with a t This makes two that have been killed here lately Wm Highley and sons laid the foundation for n nice dwelling house last week for Widow Ross south of the Springs i StnnlySmathorsfriends and relatives here from Friday till Sunday A large crowd attended church Sa he lolvationdressed the Misses peopleRaura Downs of line Grove were ests of Miss Ethel Roberson Sat day and Sundaye T We announced th SOatse sirviceaSunday June 18th and 14th Ws are informntlol1asmany disappointed Odessa Cliff McKInnevan has been on the sick list the pest week Mrs Wm Butbher has been on the slbk list for the past ten days Owinireleyu la sweekMThcttlera community H B Anderson returned from tlieKD WDarnollsproperty last week I fatherOyearling heifers at 15 per head Wm Hoppy Mauley sold his crop M dondaylowerWhite kaveVaynaSwtnamvisited Mre Newton JohnsonIiOranjtelity one day last week M Oissren of Brattonl Robertson Co vlHlt JUSJosepb1lndsay t 5hist111lsdyJaJtdead now and still dying Mud not much prospect of Citebvera1iPThursdayaughter ol Staqfleld Jones deceas eptlonaUychildreJWalterliJIsRBoand and Ida arolefttomgnrntheirloM thrtLtee1a Mrs Perkins of Fleming Co anct Mrs JBDarnell of this com famIlyr sorraw Tho remains were laid to rest In the family burying ground on the bill as Arrasmith r cesurraionmourningberlitavlnsr IstraintoonspIOour d ItJrgjgt rfeetnI gain Rest mother root r Prickly Ash QufJJPlber froes here attoad ed C011r Sterling Mzday Mid NijJHe Ryan of near Key nlibborboodla8t Elton and wire of Roel Rue jlataofRLStone- ad Jopaay Al1 ton atid wife TIlted WrBBJj iand wife near R- eno1d1I5unday r T D Zimmerman and wife JJM Monday to spied a week or iSalt Lick- Mipji Minnie SbtQUt of near WlnoViiter case Saturday to visit Fl1ttft hI ti ecounty Shrout and son EneU ere Ruesti of the formers mother Mrs Nancy Shrout Sunday Mrs Ida Burke of near Wit GodrgKerr dnoghteqMissDear Mt Sterling visited relatives bere several days last week F F Tackett and wife spent last week with their children Clay Tack ett and Mrs Thomas Stone and families in and near Millersburg Mrs Jennie Hamilton visited E S Hamilton and wife on Roes Bun one day bat week Mrs Frances Hamilton accompanied her home t 1 1 IIjc Ji r IIjt LI AUlllli West End Crops look bad Tho roads are almost impassable The partridge crop ie promising Our little crock has been seined to u finish Luther Wills is very low with that dread disease consumption L Ti Walton of Farmers was a est of Travis Warner lust week Now I State a fact The oil well at Henry Wills is till right its u orTheshort on account of bugs and wet v her f Ii1oil situation is 0 K The w eJqn Henry Wills farm is a good n4 the salt Water is predomi naming at present but il experts yh J it will pump or o hundred brl 5pCrdnyIWo QU informed by W J1elat tIe County Judge informed him ths the west tilde of jslatc had been cay rlng iu regard to taxation for the last tell or fifteen years and th thhstx beSlightBorn to GcorWjfqrlfr and tt Thursday JuB Utb aTson Leonard My ra aad soa Charles r in Owingsville Saturday There is an epidemic of whoofJ ingcough in this community nuMrsPreston several days lest week George Day wife and mother were in Oiringsville Wednesday Thomas Jones and Inn Charlesp of Millersbnrg are vishttug friendsa here fVf W Razor nnd son Gilo went to chadfobn E Johnson and family W Razor and family of Moore Ferry visited Mrs Mattie Razor S undayhoand Teddy little fl of Tray Myers havo ben very ck the past week bota better at present John P DentonofPoplar1iaInt visited his son T A Saturday Hel was accompanied by his son John L and little granddaughter J s ioJJ Bethel t i si lockSpncerMontgomery lives here daugbAUsSterling last week Frank Snelilng of WllIlam town brotbeiIee rbne41ingand wife of Ports nlEIand little Daisy Duff have gone to Montgomery Coo yisit her parents Nat Peters 9l 8f Louis well iogIIenral1rwife apd four children of lJarJiale came Sunday fl a protfiitud rfsit to relatives a nd friedSt r Ben J fe of Glasgow BarrQn Coi jsTisitingbis mother and Jutvh1lil1aW B Scott and her daugh tfjMrtT S Robertson ant r lfle11cinDQtl B s Rev W W Spates andvleSW Evans and wife D S and Rev Charles GossettuFtTues day for Mt Carmel to JQlt Dis triot Conference Stepstpne I B Watts of Winchester has been bere visiting his best girl for the past week Bornto tbe wife ofClaude WillIOn Sunday night a girl mother and hild doing well Mrs Dr N F Pierce of Howard Mill was bere visiting Wed nesday of last week H T Wilsons carpenter force has been here working on Sod helmets trestle for the last week Miss Bessie Ray is visiting her sister Mrs H B Sexton and Cam i Owing1I1tThos Garrett was over en Salt Well Sunday night again Guess he will bo able to decide on one of them soon- Amongst the new buggies lately on the road are one of Isaac Kar Turleysboth Santford Perkins wife daughter IpentSundayCrouch and family Miss May Stout was visiting her sister Miss Sudie who is teaching a music class at Salt Lick from Saturday till Monday w We surely bad a week of winter again last w k for several days degreesduringwarmer during th day time poon weather for crops a grow A W Donohew wife son Thos and granddaughter Miss Erne Quisenberry spent last Thursday Quisenberrystoner Mrs Donobew who has not walked a step on account of rheu matism for ten years enjoys theao outings finely and is looking well considering the helplessness that she is ill- S mi 4 o J 11 J Salt Lick Frnstic Bowling was calling in Polksville Sundaydanin the oil fiel 1dsMr nnd Mrs Lee Snedeker weretat in OwingBville Saturdny- Jus Hall is able to be out on the street lifter a severe Illness Mr nnd Mrs Snm Shultz ofSlate Valley were guests of Wm Atchis- on and wife Sunday Jim Preston Whites house nenr Polkurille burned not week togeth with all its contents Quito a number from hero will attend S 8 convention at White Oak Church next Sunday Mrs Ed Miller and Miss Flora Miller of Yale were the leasan I gu foestsne edaySMrs Jack Utterbnck anti Mist A annnaited their cousin Mrs Press Jack Ion Monday Mrs Jane Jackson nnd little grandson Sherman Clark of near e ore mines visited at Press cksons Sunday fifiss Reeves who hat edenhool came Monday to visit home folks near Moores Ferry paJosephhavo opened up a grocery store in the building formerly oc upied by Howard Moore as a restaurantth Miss Fannie May the trained rse who has been at the Hospital se veral months has returned to her hume in Virginia A nurse from Illinois whose name we did not learn has taken her place rElder E E Dawson stuck a nail n his foot Saturday causing a painful wound being unable to etaiid S heundaair nnd delivering an instructive scrmop Mrs Clinic Whitcomb and little daXigliter Christine passed through Monday en route to their f i hehttowere accompanied by Miss Kate Bates who will visit in Ashland f Dipuly 6 Marshal Jnckson ar ritaoyd Roberts and James R Idcl In Morgan and Rowan conn tt w arithwere trtiU inVest Liberty and held I to Frankfort term of Court Oh failure to give bond they wore dged in West Libeity Jail j Knob Lick i It has bUR rensonablo for a few dJ Jackand Wren Sorrell are on the sicklIstaFarmers era getting on nicely nilh their work Inhere was a nice shower here Sunday afternoon xCorn is growing nicely even with the cold weather Capt Pitman claims he saw lIome frost at his house Friday morning Joba Clark was at Farmers n few days working on tho trestle at tlrock mill r tint Shouts will commence drill- Ing on Wash Karricks farm t I1ifirst of tho week w jithto business MondayoMrs Dr A B Boyd of Carlisle Kits May Hendiix of Owingsvlllf Cinclnnatlwlltcdihi J tnet the Slate Valley correspon dent Sunday It is a pleasure meet ono of TUB ODTLOOK corres usondentsfee near towards each otherTTo tho Democrats it is a knotty problem how to get away from Bryihsin and not fall heels over head into Republicanism Stranpo as it ctay seem there are sane m eniwho believe it can be dons There seems ie bs a jpania for base ball If there wa half the energy displayed In ending stove wood as there is in ball games some of the good patient Wives would hero more time to rest their weary bodies D B Bishop superintendent at the mines is as we are informed going to leave this place much to tbe regret of his friends He has done much in bis efficient way to ohang and beautify the lands he had control of which has been a groat holp to tbo appearance of the country There is prevailing in this viol in epidemioties soon recovers from it Dr H H Lewis says a number of years ago in his first practice there was a similar disease that was in nearly every family and prevailed until frost in tho fall happenedlat ahisChurch The result was some oil at a depth of some 260 feet Ihwell was shot It proved to gusher but not oilsaltwaterand very salty Henry proposes to manufacture salt instead of refin- Ing oil The parties who bad tbe lease on Mr Wills farm have left tor their homes in Iowa SPRING11903 Blue Orass Nurseries Fruit and ornamental trees grape vines small fruits asparagus riu rdlawngeneral catalogue on request Both phonesdn LEXINGTON KY iri o Moores Ferry hancy Atchisons little child is gerously sick C and Leslie Atchison cold W Riizor 81 head of fat begs 6c perlound Mrs J M of quiYaleeral days the past week f On account of sick headnc1Jo our Superintendent D C Flood vnt unable toattend Sundayschool Sunday J E Johnson and rife W R Razor and wife vlsitrd Mr AndI Mrs W W Razor near Midland Su ofndayEd Hiley sndan aged muleCourt day at Qwjngsviliu for 8150 nnd BntYforMisses Blanchio Williams Bertha Horseman visited antS d reI alle near SIDt ValltY from Thursday until Saturday Fronts daughter of Mr and Mrs JEou lanslyar glad to is much betI terIJim Preston Whites houso burn Thursday night It is supposed to ta erykenn arid left in the stove room by of the children The roof was upThean quddeserve the sympathy of those char- Itably 5to disposedISharpsburg Several cool days erAspenhegDr J J Warner tho dentist is rs this week Pbahtly Stone of Bethel weisto he swroSfllie Robertson of Bethel LIofhero on SundaymJohn Scott ef Mt Sterling was re Saturday on business thThereand some corn to plant h reheN A Dimitt is visiting relatives in Harrison county this week kjbhn IL Triplett and S T How were in M t Sterling Fridayd A Whihreturned Satur day froutzvip to Swaago Spring Johtj H Wren of Mt Sterling visited friends here Saturday and Snnday IdMrston visited relatives hero several days last weekhBorn June 7th to IIC Stephens nd wife a ton Henry Comings their ficO all borA Tollie Arraomith and Milton Ra Iliff of Bethel attended the timer Itio of Bfttcnm Sharp here Sunday Daniel Thompson antI wire of MooreGeld spent Sunday here with the family of Dr J W Rutherford DnnfllIcB Church Sunday morning and even ughtYclcj Ionofjrrho is undr treat HlemAlthough he is now lining a crutch et he is considerably improved Died Friday evening about 7 oc1ockof pneumonia Ilasct m Sharp and was buried in Crown Hilt Cemetery Sunday at 3 oclock S iervicesWSpaten of the Methodist Church He leaves a mother one sister brotherIT to mourn their loss He was exMarshal of this place was a clever goodhearted man he sorrowing relatives haVo the pypcopathy of all Crooks SugeTU9Mrs P S Nixon is visiting rei atlves at Salt Lick Ben Yells went to Clark coun ty Saturday on business Several from herenttendedCourt ia Mt Sterling Monday Cole Barnes and John Mack were at Olympian Springs Sunday Jin Williams and wife visited relatives at Olympia last week Vfillflon k Co shipped a carload of bogs to Cincinnati Thursday Mrs James Horton and children visited relatives at Olympia Friday JOff Williams and family visited at Olympia Saturday and Sunday Mrs A N Crooks of Owings ville visited relatives hero Ii seta week 0iJhogs and cattle to Cincinnati S ata urdeyfiMrs Sam Jackson Mrs flub Ho vermale and Miss Sallie Thomas re all on the sick list Stone Pergram and two sisters f Carrington visited relatives ero Saturday and SundayhMrs Annie Gilbert and children i of Midland City visited relatives here several days last week G R Armstrong went to Mt Sterling Friday night and took the Royal Arch degree in Masonry livHenryof Will Nixon at Lick Tues T da CMrsLeslie McCormick of Mt Sterling visited Mrs Jennie Armstrong It telo week Mrs H C Graves of Howards Mill and Mrs J E Grubbs of 3 It Sterling visited relatives here last week Mrs Lee Thompson and two chil hreisother pltB Walter t2asit7am d wife X 5 i 55s iIr l= Alter a twoWeeKsslay in Lou isvlllo Jess Parks came home last week and his eyes are much im proved Mrs Martha Bolts is visiting dau h cuitete sick Save yards Letttr Louisville lostl Th ateOhio platform challenges the at tention of tho South It may be merely a promise to the negro vote Ohio and it tuny be much moreS than that Whatever iris it de munds the immediate notice ouch rigid scrutiny of the Southern pea pie In this business the South nnd they who love the South can- tno afford to blunder and to blunAler would be more than n val rh invedrnce suicide too The question dwarfs personalities GroverCIeve d treated of it In a recent speech Theodore Roosevelt has acted well as spoken upon it The Democratic party is going about hunting1 a candidate for President of the United States Ev bady is agreed that ho must be an who can curry New York There is going to bano quarrel about the platform That will be Democratic There is ho doubt about that There may bea1tttli arreling but it will not attain to e proportions of u row or even the dignityof a protest No doubt there will be B bolt if the Populist contingent going back whence It came can be called a bolt and that ia doubtful The Demo otic party has u whole year1 to are in hunting for a man who Stnupon it n revolution ia public sentiment that would give New York the Democratic ticket would eep the country A Judge Parker ia much spoken He is said to be a very capable an and very popular in New York All our political life we have had our Judge Parkers In e elder day tint Whigs hat one is name was Judge McLean and lived in Ohio The country was full of people who wanted to nom i ate him for President but he never quite reached it No doubt 9iatean excellent President but he was never triednfr hiendmnny people wanted him for Pros eni and the bee got into his bon A labor party or something r other of that sprt nominated im in 1872 but the Liberal Ro publicans preferred HornceGreelej to him ROIl he abdicated the nom ination of the laborites Afterward left the bench and was a Stnn r in Congress and sometimes the v of KoBcoe jonklinga scot pion sarcasm Flail he remained on the bench Samuel J Tilden woul have been put in PIl911t ion of the itlke to which the people chosi him Jiul je Davis was n grent lawyer in the Senate but he W- Ino great utntehznaniSThe Democrats hud a JudgePar er buck in tho fifties lib was a general his name was William 0 KentuckyWhaget along in Mexico tho ndiuihi tratiitn sent him down there and put him over all of thom Uti wais a very considerable mua and the Democrats made u great mistake in not nominating him for President n 1852 and 1856 But he lived in a Whig State and had bean botiten for Governor Perhaps it was in tho Thirtythird Congress that John C Breckinridge and Hum phrey Marshall of Kentucky and Ed Marshall of California hat that field day discussing Builer Douglas and others usPresidontin IIe Umber Ed Marshall was one o f Young America and with Wi Hum H Correyand Georgo anders set out to make the Little President Maybo they loved Douglas as much as they hated Marcy but it is doubtfu Nobody dreamed that Old Buck would walk away wijh the nomina tion in 1856 but he wrote the Os tend manifesto and that did the business Ho would not have been President had he remained at home nowadaysIt sha II ever have another President noaii inatoil for his obscurity as was Pierce Hays may be said to have been in that class but ho was not exactly of it Ha had defeated for Governor of Ohio Allen G Thai man George H Pendleton and Wi liam Allen He got the nomination for President over James G Blaine Roscoe Cockling Oliver P Morton nti Benjamin H Bristow He got the office of President for wine he was beaten by Samuel Tilderi He was the luckiest man hohas in our politicaljffe Gar eld was a dark horse but not an obscurity He was a leading statesman of his party in 1880 and was nominated because James G Blaine preferred him to Jphn Shot mon or William Windo Tfo 1884 lame took the nominationbecause e could not prevail on Gen Slier man to be n dark horse dearlyJOTes ClayCalhoun I their ambition to bo President It beat Blame Douglas Conkling and lldefeatlngin 18Q2 Itloves to sug oat Judge Parkers for President It looks wise and Is on both sides f every question that has two sides It is against nothing that nothin6nnybody dlb American politics for Qnc hundred years in the pa8tnnd will continuo in the business fr4onyears in the future It loves the dead level- Mr Brynns suggestion 9ra J j4 5f 5 r i 1 r J 1 rff i 3Q r o r 11i jI JJiw T7U U IE i frc During tliomontli oT June rilkitflike great jt- s i i it in the prices of Clothing Shoes SajiJr and Turnisliinj Goods I have too many J Y goods and must unload If I cant get my seeM7 c id you TV ont get out without a trade ifl you come to buyS tt JAMES GILLONS 4 UNDATHOUL Bor1vm1ii vrrgrand Sundayschool picnic willle give v reunion grounds near Salt Lick on the x Y FOURTH OF JULY i Excursion trains from Louisville and HuntingtOn 1 RacketStore4ur can save you money on anything you purchase whether it hen spool of thread or a suit of clothes Here are a few reminders of how cheap we sell i F yTraps 13c White Curtain Poles lOc Milk Skimmers 5e granite PresorvingKottIe382820c Oil Cans 5c raw Hats 107 5e Cambric Lining 4c yd SolidColor Lawns 5c yd Hammocks 115 08 90 50c- Counterpnnea 98e Ladies Dress Skirts 125 98c CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W H EFLS N3 owingsviUel Kentucky 0MI Judge Clark does not amount to a deIspalla ridiculosity We havo not nOSCi tbe pined where men are nominated for the enemies they ave made and we have come to place where men are nominated for the reputation they have made This is n reading people educated In politics hy tho newspapers and not by the stumpspenkcrs The chances are that the audience hits dozens of mon of more sense than tho orator It was not so in 1841 or 1852 Andrew Jackson mnde Miirtin Vl1n Huron the Democratic candidate ton President in 1830 hut Mr Brynn is not Andrew Jack and on a wager he ctCt give Judge Murk wo seorovotos in the nnst convention to envo his life Tho D mocratic convention of next your trill bo intone on but nll- othirgthlt discovery of n man who an carry New York if such u mau there be Tho President hats Iud the South solidor rather every thing Southern is 1I1Lll tnspoct the diul inJicntui wbHt I didtwent yenraago Somo future McKinloy may rUu to repeat thr work of tho lend McKinley but William MoKiuley Southern pot icy is as denil as tho men who st itiu operation And so the South is iu no condition to stand auy nonsense from tiny quarter Tbo oho question is Whcan curry Now York If thnt man is shown to be Pixrke t or HIIor Goriuun or Gray or Olney the one eo shown will be nominated If that man be ahownta bo Gro ver Cleveland he will be nominal d and the party will not take no for on answer As goes Now YorknotIhu dale- Sgallon but tho pooplo as gee New York so will go the conven t hen tied so will go the country SAVOIAKD PROGRAMME Annual Sunday school convention of Bath county ChurchIo Stato and County Association- PROGRAMME 945 Devotional SrvLceE1der Joe Jones 1000 Our Greatest Need in Sunday school work Isaac Shouse 1020 The Value otEarly Training 1045 Mrs Christ IAFoz1U16 Reports 1 DistrIct Secretaries 2 jpounty SecretaryMiss Pearl 3 County Trea8urerCD Eed crick 1160 Offering for State arid County Work I1C5 Appointment Cointnlttees NOON INTERMISSION DINNER ON GROUND M Song Male Quartette 115 Prayer for Guidance B FPar lzorS120 Round Table SundaY chocl MansgimciitW11S Stephens rj Five minute pleas for some ad vanceit raetliodsf ThoHotneDepartmontBrucTrimble 2 The Normal ClassDr A W Walden 3 Grading Mrs Mollie Nesbitt 4 Decision DayE A Fox 5 The Observance of Sunday cboj6l WtJek E E Dawson 232 tfie8iolia risked mid answered 2 0 Tonnilimto talks on the Sun dqsthoot Four fnlIaud ITChe Rev POlldl ton 2 The Pastor E A Fox SuperintendentRevJoned 4 Plio QeneherRev Palmotor 315 RdundXTubJcion Tho Sunday school Four t11nIldEA Fox 345 Reports l Busl 400 Adournmnent EVENING SES3f 800 DevotionalervicoE11Jtoss J 315 h6 TeIlsE A Fox S2 EE DAWSLW outlook Job Work is beti lt Funfl 49 35 2iII 10 5 3oj Load Pencils rubber ll 1JBaby Caps p 25 20e1 Boys Waists 26 15 loa Ladies Loco Gloves 4IiJ1India Linen 15 13 108 B B Cops 100 for 155 Taffeta Neck Ribbon S12eydi iloejjMasonQi r liIt fur both Rich anti mellow Old Kentucky whisky Sold by S P I Atchison f1 THOS J JONES iLivery Foed Sale Stable OWINGSVILLE KY J Huiidqitarters for horse arid mute connection fl with Preston Station i Haslt tc OlOlr uccurredTa t c tblkJto i r waddintJining fI of the union of lirar that U lrr1ever cheriabcd Guarded witl eiiiulcarecluriztoin Ibe luur ot due tllltrcfR It should bl Kud Liring To know it is such buyof a reliable trustworthy jeweler Our fJ1 wedding niegu are luekyrings- Anil 7ilore wliat changes we bt1yjKeep 5iS What cares nUll pla6Uesr tOQ 4tr i II1JWhn own clear wife itfwas new BASCOM STUKGELL t KOymgsville iJ PublicNotice5S Bath County Fiscal Court Spvcial Term Doe 20tli J802 It is ordered by tho Fiscal Court of Bath county that tho Judge of this Court and Both County give notice that nil persons stock MjBathsaid county will for each offence hlbltIngcommissioriers of the road dttricts aro to report nil offences of this kind in thcIrrespectivedisrieta to the County Attorney who shell procure warrants for each offender tbeIlaholders owning or in any WAY gOY j erning land lying and adjacent to any of the turnpike roads owned I Bath countymust within 12 months from tlio let iiuy ui vaut uary 1903 remove or cause to bo removedalt fencing wherein same Is nn encroachment upon the right of way of said turnpike roads ex copt whejaTthp same has been erect cd by consent of governing author byButhleg or refusing to oboy this order within the time herein specified ahull by the turnpikp comniis ion ers of ouch turnpike district of Bath county be resorted to the At tomb for Hath cpunty who shall ori such information proceed us tho low directs to have such obstruo 1tionsl mold and the parties pros ecmed for same V JNOA DAUGBBRTYJJ3FO A copy attest JATEetcra Clerk T- By T J Peters D C jjvirI Jno A Duugherty 1reslIlSsJu- elgo of tho Bath CountyvWscCi CoUrt in picstrnicc pY the nbovt orftt of slld Court do herchyJ1Y PUBLIC NOTICE to all persona 5ny7Bath county who have or wljo may violate either of the ilbova enfd or i vders that they from this ilaordcii ifrom these offenses and cnroplF wittistho requirements abnvstatl k This i l8t19Q3 vS jNQJ q GUE TY J nc 1 t y t c i J 11 Q