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IG L J t c r t J d J i ji t 3S8 1f J h t r tClis m ii 4 t ti t f Jf f 4 t ta t4 4r + f Y r r i- T 1t it 1 i cr j gtgtis UIt e Uttn1qoitit jt SS if fJro VOL XXIV N OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 2 1903 NO 6J I I pricesIFancy stpFtlmTckngl2 Best ck and BtpShlrtlng Be Organdies Hamburgs at lowest prices Hndkerchlcfa Hosiery and AVebbtne at lowest prices Valises and Telescopes at nil prices Meus Fancy Shirts warth 50c at SOc Mens Fur Hats lato style from 40o to 125 Mens blue and Worsted Suits 4GO Shoes from 25o to the best Mens Shoos from 7Go to th finest made Tho best on earth at this price Fancy Suits Underwear 50 i Mono Straw Hats go at cost Fine stock of other suits at less price than anyone 3MensLadles Vests 10o Mens Susponders Ties Shirts and Collars at lowest prices Silk Shirt Waist Patterns COoyd coming nera1 mIlo to town you ought to take the troublo to look round and spend your toney whore the bargains an offored No otoro in Ky can sail you goods cheaper than I can as my expanses are the inullost My long experience enables mo to buy cheaper GILLONcantiM 7It jChickens are plentiful at S2 per but they are email- S Harvesting oil binder twine E L k A T BYRON Soreon doors and windows made to order BYRoN BRO- SWheatthreshing has commenced I The ylold is generally disappoint j i ing Miss Maude Gibbs who wee shot nt Ragland is recovering at the t Salt Lick hospital y j A it building K 1ndrewMinihan residence 0 4orntoMrand MrsJC Maxoyv of White Oak Juno 21st a daugh I tri Lydia Jane v John Chandler sold book to Sam Corey a horse for 7lithAt ho bought in the spring for 10 iLoIIT Gold stick pin pansy de v elgn diamond center Reward if returned to Mrs A W Walden WK HCBrHATB OOTl MONEY SO piealecalland settle S SLRSSERI Next Saturday will be the Glori a 0 ous Fourth There will be big pio Dies at Grange City and Salt Lick i 5t5 Try the celebrated Wonder 5 q Uinut freezers all sizes fromonn to six quarts at Byron Hardware Born last week to Mr nnd ilri aS B W Amlrowf of SpringOeld Tenn a daughter Mury Eliza bethtA Dont tail to get one of those OKHOINE HAND MADE Little Blue niincradloa nt ByronsIlardwure f rbonC14 Mrs John Anderson of Okln neighborhood 4led Mnnday of cont 1 Bumptlonand was buried in Fluws Ipg county ii3lr Hon kcr8Bon John rJorer Sto br5 ge has i oarlfltfr in a mid form tfljjf fg i dnwulavtFritley + The drouth was broken by nIIbpthood rains on Friday Saturday ua4 Sunday Itraincd bard hero 3 f r a while Sunday l iS t f i insJiueCrookettagdftbout- 75 redied Mill Creeky on upper Sitr4an4 waa buried Sunday iKeetial5I Spring 4IOnSaturday Dick Rood went 4C for catfish along Frank saj Allen farm in Slats Creek He p aZ caught one weighing 28 lbs t 5Yw Bam harness in handmade and factory large line close pri CM dasters whips and fly nets fS9 BTE N BHOS 4S Jamet Rice about 60 yearor athl1 af9oiriOobildrenr hanged y biBMlf or Grain Creek Fleming Ce Monday 111 health was the r i t iVBMMd cause VS Far 30 day to reduce stock we 4 4e will aadaratll all Uompatltlon on la queaniwart and glaiaware See us J before buying E L A T BIROS l 1i JS T ra olored women got into aI ci Aaekat at the colored campmoeting t Stiad and disturbed the i JViaeatiifV Police Court ground I 100Othlr eas through Monday Jadg John A Ramsey is ru i ting the New Owlngs Rouse him I elf with Brown clerk andS Mra Josephine Mbores housekeep SS erJrMr Carpenter l ft Monday g BOUGHT Obr OBOAB LJOCn A B Estill aad C W Hpnaker have Hght out the blaeknmkh and car if144S tiage iheji of Oeeac ralaitJ forJ so mud wl1 ruB it undthi rm MB of Estill HonakeJ qfJ SAxOJulT13tb 1908 Coun ty Cortday I will sellat publiq t5eftLoatthe Coortbouve door in the brick residenc- eS 7Mid8 r 10 aoree of ground ftnt late MM Lcllie Conner R H CONKER E5g M D1Paris Auctioneer NEW FIRH As successors to Oal h ear falser we are prepared to do TV y wrjthlBg IB the line of blacksmith i l aad carriage repair work having IrsttlaM SItbs and painters ii patro ageIs solicited V ESTWL HONAKER Funeral Furnishings Prompt4 q1ilptland modern services Pb 7lM dsslsrln Jrstrblass furniture jet1Lr1ptionsCallandseert y 1t KiarriHS The Tho 1a e Clark RonMondaytt XyEatto ihIhlghit biader the theleateNjeRKLAUSON3Cornaudr1 r 1 as11 4ss rfs b c p PERSONAL flBovernlthe sick list Daniel Shoohan is out again after a few days spoil of sickness Mr and Sirs James Wood of Mt Sterling were in to vn Thursday Oflcnr Palmer who has typhoid fever was getting along well at last reportNelson Vccdon of Flernlnpfiburg after a visit to frlondsreturnod home Sunday Mrs Walter Harper of Mt Ster ling in visiting her mother Mrs Eliza Dawson Mrs C U McAJIfiter of Lexington camo Saturilay to visit her inother Mrs Lou Fratman Xilrs Bessie DeGraffflnreidoiMuB kogee Indian Territory Is visiting her mother Mrs Lou Lacy Mrs John Froelnnd after a visit to her parents Elder and Mrs B II item returned homo Monday Miss Elizabeth Boyd Scott of Sherburhe came last week to visit her aunt Mrs B M Goodpnstor Chns Lindsay Kelly Judy Thos Fox Joshua and Rczm Owincs of Mt Sterling wire here Sunday Miss Minnie Dunlap of Versailles will arrive today to be tho guest of Miss Lucy Atkinson near town Misses Edith and Minnie CohenI after a visit to Miss Bailie have returned home to Lexington Rev R A Walton who has been on an evangelizing sour joined hlBI family at J M Kloliarts tills week Miss Mary Stockman of Natchez Miss after a visit at MrR Elva Cat lettswent to Mt Sterling lust wsek Cuss Anderson of Jackson camo dorn Saturday to visit hls grand Lather J Marion Moore of Forge JIIILIMrs Pierce Winn after n visit to her mother Mrs Elva Catlott roIturned homo to Mt Sterling wouk Mrs J S C Carpenter arrived from Lexington Saturday night to join her husband at tho New Owiiigs HouseIDr Isaac W Jones of Odessa re urned Friday from Louisville his- uetticul colLege having closed fur thot Mrs W P Strailer of Lexington after a visit to her parents Mr und aUld Mrs L J Neubht went home Saturday Mra Lee Ratlin daughter Miss Liudia and son Kocrr T of Cer 11I1 tlsy n vjsft Mra tltrtti iiOMt MraWJFPlIofSalt Lick and Miss Gould of SIstervillo WVa wore lucre ono day lust week iu Mrs Fells automobile j Mr and Mrs James Gillon will leave Sunday for Muysllck where Mrs Gillon will make a protracted visit to relatives Samuel Craini Miss Alice Carpon tar and Uomer Carpenter of Flem ingsburg visited T II Brown andofainily this week wentIhie daughter Mrs John B Cilfmielt aol returning Saturday Misses Mary Miller Coloman and Corinne Kirkpatrick MtSterling nf tor a visit to Miss Mary Gudgell returned home Monday i Mrs Ben Snodgntso daughter Garnott and son Lloyd of CovingI ton cane Monday to visit mers sister Mrs James K Emmons MrsS J Fearing children and trained nurso Miss Woods left for their home a Tecumseh Ala Mon day after a visit to the formers mother Mrs Mary Conner Mr and Mre Win I McClure of Sherbnrno will leave this week or Colesburg Teun to live for while ona farm they have bought They nre goodpeoplo and are com mended to those they go among HORSES FOR SALLI have 2 3 yearold bay mares for sale broke to drive and ride and 5yearold ones L S SHROUT An automobile of tho heatC threshing variety known as traction engine cr ated slight diveraion in passing through town one day last week IThe work of tearing down thIS front wall of the Courtbouee goes inolaily and dustily bnMany of the old brick will be used in the new wailscitDEAL NOT MAnZIt was reported that Dr H H Lewis had sold his 250aore farm at Salt Lick to the Jones brothers for 18000 but I laterit was said that the deal was off because Doctor refused to give possession before September EPPEHED Wrra SQCIRRXL 0 At Yule John Cassity and three sOns while at work in the field were three of them peppered with shot by some gunner shooting near bYonedayreointlyoMr Cae aity went far a physician butndnt eas seriously hurt f TARHESLncTHbUBLB Conitable Bob Dfckerenn and Grant North brought in Waller Cari from Salt Lick Sunday and puthuirno board with Jailer Sam Jono CHIT claims to be from North CarpHna and in charged with dispensing she stuff ihat cheers i ebnjite at so much per from a keg strapped aarosvhis bold r He had batter stick to the tar tra4e JI11 7 ft 1 THE ANNUAL JUNE Hop Never bcforo in the history of the eocifl life of Owingsville Will there such a handsome assemblage of people as at tho annual Juno hop ur the Owinsiville Dancing Club at nab Swninary Tuesday evening Juno 23d People who have traveled ex tensivelyand attended similar gatherings in the north and south as well ai in this State say it our passed anything of tho kind they ever witnessed Never did women look more superb They wore sty lishly und tastefully gowned and their dazzling beauty was sot off by every art of the toilet There was no distinct belle of the ball fur any ono loran instant selected had at once a number of bewildering rivals that put any choice out of the question On the other hand tho gentlemen were strictly fashionable in swallowtails whito kids and all Then the music was all that could ba wished Saxtons Or chestra of Lexington discoursing the finest dance music of the time With forty couples at a time on the floor the scene was entrancing For several years the June hop of the Owlngsville Dancing Club has been the chief social feature of the season in town At each re curring event the members compos ing the club have been ambitious to surpass their preceding accomplishment and this dance was no exception That they succeeded making a record is testified to unanimously by those who attended The two lower rooms of tho Seminary had been thrown together by opening back tho sliding doors The walls were decorated with the clubs colors white and red Fee toons and strings ttf asparagus tops orehungeverywhere and a profusion of artificial white lilies added to the pleasing effect An aro light from the center of the cehlihg of each room madu it bright as day The floor was covered with canvas waxed making a perfect dune ug platform Seats were arranged the walla and all wero taken spectators enjoying the brilliant scene equally with tho dancdra The dancing began about ten oclock with tho landers nod tile spectacle was one long to k uii tujttLcrud How vi PittyI 11111Ithey were and with sparkling eyeeI animated countonances and most graceful movements treading the measures indicated by tho music It was good to bo there even in the capacity of a spectator only Waltz succeeded landers two step thoI waltz and so on until tho sun was nearly ready to resume his course bove the horizon It was a morn occasion to all and the die persion was regretfully made It would bo impossible to give he names ofall present eo theJ mimes of the dancero only are given in the following Hat XR AMD XajW Ray Patterson J It Taulbee fJ Fell of Salt LIck O B BrQtb6rI E W Fratman Sam lrooksrord Patterson H THopklns H Dawson F P OullgollI oL N Crooks KISSES Mary Htockraan Natchez Miss Edith and Minnie Cohen Lexington Corinne Klrkpatrick and Mary UlllerCoIe man Mt Sterling Esther and Bertie T albceMayavllle Virginia Rutherford Etta MofTett Sharps burg Moymo Kite Rlplo O Ellen Botts Judlte Norwalk Bailie Karli Gould Plttsburg io Mary Connor Lura Letton Millersburg Anna Peters Louise dudgoll Kathryn Rice Mary Burbrldge Julia Elliott Mettle Ewliig Mny Klncald Mary GoligeU May Shrout Lottie Atchison Emily Brother MESSRS From Mt Sterling Cateiby Woodford ft C Fox Chenault Woodford Thomas Fox Clayton HowellJr Cntlett Everett Anderson Bogle Walker Reid grover Anderson James Sharp John M Gatewood Kelly Judy Robert Coleman Ben Drake Chas Lindsay Allle Hunt Colonel Gatewood Rczln Owings Joshua Owlnei Jr Tandy Chonault From Sharpsburg Aihby Donaldson Gay Bhront Espy Donaldson Will Evans Henry Cracraft Battallle Sharp UowardThompson1Will Saunders frank Hill JN lspnW edonCharl and Will Flom on of Flomlngabnrg HA Purnell and WMDunnLexlngton DBWInn and David HeRon Huntington W Va Curtis Montague Ashland Anson Bqulres nd Joseph Hopkins of Bourbon county Ernest Piper and Porter Peed Carlisle Karl Fell Salt Lick Hughes Atkinson John Hughes Holmim Rice Will Arnold IBhermanGoodpaster Joe Conner Wallace OUdgell Mason Dolts Conner Ewing Ellis Byron ByronjHex Cornellson W F Mark Clark Patterson KE Cntlelt- Morris rownPmnk Perry Clyde Byron John Peters It t LEAD BALLS BARRED Some dar eys at the Olympian Springs bowling alley were roiling the balls in a little game Monday night and iWillio Durossett sought to enliven the game by shooting through tho wall of the building feShoriff Botta and Deputy Crooks happened to bo at hand and they arrested Villie and brought bin to Jailer Jones r- 1I llI1l1flJr l r XIus JACOB WARNERS DEATH Mrs Eliza J Warnor died at 615 Juno27thJacob Warner a short distance Warnerbadyears from a complication of die eases and hud attacks occasionally of unusual severity during which sho was tenderly nursed by loving jingtho carofullest treatment bj phy elanD Tho last attack exceeded all others in seriousness and ex haustod nature hud to succumb She dropped into the last sleep and left an agonized familyand a host of friends to mourn the departure of a woman that all who know her esteemed and a large numberloved for her admirable qualities as wife mother and friend Funeral services were held at tho Sundaybythe Methodist Church of which deceased was a faithful member Tho interment followed at the Warner pollbearersbeing W S Gudgell John Hughes WB Daugherty B F Perrr John W Dawson and J W Berries A large number attended the funeral but nothing like the crowd that would have been there but for the hard rain IJanuaryname being Gorham Sho was roan ed near Millersburg and was mar ried when a young woman to Jacob Warner Their wedded life was a happy one they being devoted to each other Threo children born of tho union survive William T of this town Mary Mrs Jell Dawson Jr living near her fath er and Dudley at home A brother of Mrs Warner lives near Bethel and another in the West Mrs Warnw4waa a homelovinp woman and Ruv vjber prineipa1 nt tontior it tr jnSiih rS the onte oi falnllj bJlJte the riruKiow inner health Jlospittable e arous woiasrsiy she was ever ready toesiBist those in distress antI more comfortable for the unfortu nate Hence she will bo sincerely mourned and missed those whoso bhllrdnrthe loesof one whom they loved e tenderly and whoso memory they willeverchenish PFATALLYSorrellof near Mooroa Ferry aged respectively 10 und 12 years while plAying with a 22calibre rifle let J Martinifatallyported f NONOGENARIAN ThoB Stephen tonMonduyHogUBtnaxt CHe has boon marritd throe times is the father of 21ZI children and is a stout hearty man fairly active and able to get about and attend tobusinos8lJ ORGANIZED LODGE Grand Master Thomas D Osborne of Louis yule Deputy Grand Master Gilk erson of Winchester R S StokeclyoC Mt Sterling Ed Palmer SJosephOwingsville and others organized a lodge of the Ancient Order ofIUnited Workmen with thirtytwos members at Sharburne Friday nightcELECTED OFFICERS The oUow ing officers were elected Jurie29tb by Aek Lodge No 148 AOUW for the ensuing six onthsMasftor Workman W Foreman John E Sheehan Over jseerSheehan Receiver R Nixon Finlancier J L HOSE Guide Steele I W Cecil Karrick 0 W R Nixon Dr F P Cudgell andhDr A W Jones Medical ere Treasurer S M Jackson Local Fund Trustee Richard Coetigan MAJORS MISTAKE Deputy Mnrf shal Press Jackson was hero Aiday and arrested Major FArra of color taking him to Richmond where beJ will be plrtocd in jell until tho De cember term of U S Court whoa he will be tried on the charge of illegal sale intoxicants Majorwas atRichmond at the spring terrabut waR running around on the streets when his case was called and ed Marshal Jackson lIummonedI Horace Lane andDN Young onI Majors bond to appear in Court and show why Majors bond should not bo forfeited Major made a mistake in not beinp in Court Ho twoud have 6ot Hgbl soatence 180 dayn 1r at whereas now boI Stolie j fsyeura r I 2 RacketStoreOur can save you money on anything you purchase clothesrwe Bottle Blueing pint 5o Mirrors 25 15e 3 Pt Tin Cups lie Preserving Kottlosiron 40353025o 33cLargoTin Pie Pans 2c Mica Axle Greaio 8C BcCrope40cKidG40CorslltCASH PAID FOR EGGS EaW MEFLIN it SEU INC OUT QUIT BUSINESSFr- om this date June 24 I will sell my entire stock of goods AT COST FOR CASH IILLINERYDRESS GOODSNOTIONS Etc My stock consists of Lawns Dimities White Goods CalicosCot tons Hosiery Corsets many other things too numerous to mention COME EARLY AND GET D S ESTILL- OwingsvilleKy =1 s S v received tais week thirty new buggies six of them ruhbortiree Ills Undo in buggies s ono of the biggest things in Ow ingsville busines- sDEATII8M5 James Whnley ged 56 years died near harpss urg Tuwsday nightaRichard Boyd aged about 75 ied noar Bethel Tuesday of gen ral debility UNCLAIMED LarrsrrsRoatainIing unCAlled ostofilee June 30 1903 MnshDonnnn Miss Barbo den M R Jones G W Kim aker Mrs Lillie Stephana Mr and Mrs Jilaon Tnylor John Hays LolliSJ Schloaser Frank P Towle Esqt Persons calling for above letters pleas say advertisedJ P M KENTUCKY CHAUTAUQUA The Seventeenth Annual Session of the Kentucky Chautnuqua will be boldI t Woodland Park LexingtonJ use 30 to July 10 inclusive One of the best programs ever offered WIUI e given The detailed program will bo mailed to any address upon application to Charles Scott Busic neas Manager Lexington Ky tf BASE BALLA baseball team composed of llenry Craycraft o and Jo Sharp p of Sharpaburg cott Goodpnster 1 b Burns 2 b Emmett Fratman 3 b Butcher Anderson s s Robert Cat f Jouott Byron c f Ray Patter on r f wont up to Morehead lastI Thursdayand played tbo M6rehead lub defeating the Morebeads by 24 to 13 Judge N R Patterson umpired the game and Mit JonoiI James Bascom George Jones and Clarence Power went along to rootI or tho home boys The Owingsville Reds who ob ect to the name of Splinterpull ns went down to James TV Atch eons Friday and in the afternoonS played a team composed ix boseballiats These six were alf a dozen too many for ourI boys outclassing thorn in age size and otherwise otherwise especial ly aa our boys were defeated byI fiftyeight or something to some thing or other H- On Saturday afternoon a SailS team composed of Ben ereoo Chas Landrum Milton Kar rick Virgil Maze Ike Hall Jack Karrick Glen Wills Jeff Crouch Tbos Evans was defeated hero byan Owingsville team composed of Scott Goodpaster Goo Sheehan Burns Ti okett James Stephens Clydo Byron Thrashlsy Markland Gano GaultEiul Ratliff and Jouott Byron the score being 28 to 14 Quire AND QUIRKS Most people have the time but lack the ability to rest One must have a good hand to open either jAckpots or oysters It has to be the icewater wagon to be reallysuccessful in the summer months 0 Owingsville Kentucky TO Underwear- And BARGAINS MRS 11ltmmn1rnlKi speak so harshly to your tloilie- Margie Oh thats nil right Shes a French doll and cant un derstpnd a word of English Johnny said a father to his mall son who had ben fipfaing nil afternoondid you catch anyflsh uNo sir replied the truthful Johnny but I drowned a lot af worms How old are you my little man asked the minister of mall boy who was celebrating his is birthdayIm years old replied the 1 youngster and Im mighty glad f it too 1 was getting awful of being three all the time Im glad to see you respect your parents Elmer said the minister Ive just got to do it replied the little fellow Why either of them could lick me with one hand Mamma said little Elmer you mustnt wash my neck anymore Why not dear aafeed his motherCauseour Sundayech6ol teacher said all little boys were made of and if I get wet Im afraid I will ba mud replied he Little Alice always said her prayers regularly before going to bed One night however as sheI rested her head on the pillow remarked in a quostioningwayI Mamma my prayers are BO much longer than the one tho nurse snyo in the morning Cant T say hers when Im tirod Does the nurse pray in the morning asked the mother with puzzled look Yes said Alice sweetly She says Lord have I got to get up1 New York Commercial Adrer User SnORT ON RANK They are laughing in Washington over a re buko that a sentryof one of the departments recently administered to tho Russian ambassadors coach manThe coachmanit appears wished to drive his masters carriage along arbadway that for some reason was barred When the sentry refused to let the carriage pass the coachman remonstrated hI drive he said ze Russian minister I cant help it returned tbJ sentry Let me trough persisted the coachman My master is ze Count Caasini ze ambassador oxtraordi nary and minister plenipotentiaiy of ZQ czar of all ze Rileiiana Fronohy said tho ientryhI wouldnt let yon through even If your waster was an Amerjcan diti xiExchangeI W S GUB ELLA- TTYATLAW Office with R Gndgell Sot OWI0SVjLLi EY f f1I iS te SADDLES HARNESS JY i Whybuya shoddy socillod handmade or machinemade SadUIo or Harness when you can get strictly firstclass g made right hero tithomo anti made out of tho best ocIsf 1 loather and hy men that only make firstclass work Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLE 1rtrIs tho ensitst and eastestrldlngjind most durable jaddlo made If you try ono sot of our handmade buggy harness you will always ufie thom Ibava the best lino of saddlery goods in tliis part of the State I am Yours for best saddles and harness IjEUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KY SAM TCHJSONiitDRUCCISTCI FIRE WHISKIES WINES TOBHGGO CIGARS 5C f2 c A BUY GREEN SEAL SH ESfiFOR MEN VOHEN and CHILDREN MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY U S A WiTH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED SOLESth r bestwearing leather in the world For sale by Oscar Chandler jOwingsvil r B stGoo s For Least ManoyI Is what you want Come and see if I havent 4 got them I have just received a new and coin fl plete line of CLOTHING SHOESci T I know I am now offering the best clothing and 45shoes for less money than any merchant in the 2j State g Dont take my word for it but come and see for yourself Men and boys when you need a suit of J 1Liiey than anybody St- Suitsfl 170 m I1a Cottonado Pasts 45c Msne Lln n Pants 45o Bout quaiitj uclntvl t3ecg oat antiSSee my extra pants before buying Ladies v PIH 5 I c ut Genuine fur hats regular 160 80o Stena Linen llats l II II l38o Mans L5nenvSuit8i5iO Lndiesganuine vici kid Shoes 65c Mens regular 1 suits underwear for 70o EQGSIICASH PAID FOR If f Oscar Chandler =I BrininYour Watches I om better prepared to do your work than over before 1 am getting in new ma chinery every few days I can give you better results Good reliable work is vhat I do You will find my prices lowervthan elsewhere and tho work as fine as the finest BASCOM StURGELL JEWELER Owfhgsville Ky C O RAILWAY Daily except Sunday All other dully Trains MfindM carry Dining oar teryln Meals RIaRrt TIMECARD BKFECTiVB JULY 1808 TIXB orTKXiBB XT PBSSTOX BTATIOX VBASTBOCSD f1ia m 1245 pD- NOoU 1005 ptt WESTBOUND Ko 21 0 48a Q No 2044pIB Wo zti13pom LexingtonCincinnati And Eastern CIties OLD IIICKORstrengih for tho weirk comfort for the strong pleasant and hnrmlesa invigorntion for both Rich and mellow Old Kentucky whisky Sold By S P AtchiSon THOS JJONESiLlvory Feed sale table owiNGsyiLLE KY Headquarters for horse and mule buyers Telephone connection with Preston Station V i One door above Postoffice LI 1 r PubiicNotice Bath County Fiscal Court SpeciAl Term Dec 29th 1902 It in ordered by the Fiscal Crturi of Bath county that the Judge of this Court and Bath County give notice thnt all persons feedingatoo on any of the turnpike roads af J Bath county which are owned by said county will for each oilenco be prosecuted as the law prohibit log such offences directs And the commissioners of the road districts are to report all offences of thug kind in their respective districts to tho County Attornoy who ohaH procure warrants for each offender jand prosecute such offenders as the law dircctsSIt is further ordered that all landSholders owning or in any waygov erning land lying and adjacent to any of the turnpike roads owned by Bath county must within 1 1 months fromtho lilt nay ui dab uary 1903 remove or cause to be romovud all fencing wherein same sIs an encroachment upon tho right of of Saidway turnpike roads ex cept where the same has been ed by consent ofgorerning creotIity previous to the Bath county And nil persons fuif lag or rof Using to obey thia order awithin tho tifiJe herein specified shall by the turnpike commission ers of each turnpike district of Bath county be reported to the Ar torney for Bath county who shall on such information proceed as tha law directs to have fluoh ihstruc tiots removed and the parties pros ecuted for same JNOADAUGflERTYJBF JA attest J T Peters Clerk By TJ Peters D d Sti i JJudgof CoUrt in pirsuance5Ot tti6 above CotdoherejgsvePUhlLlCIlOTICEtOdhli 1vIOlated rs that flies froni thssa4ae de sendomifffLtleiientsIove1ttea i f J t 1 4 pS c1 i I a rJ4L I t b T i f t 4 t QWIN6SVILLE OUTLOOK 4 f OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers i OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY pt52 Ive been exposed QUARANTINED to smallpox an Im quarantined you know Folks cant come hero to visit us an I cant even go Out In the yard or on the porch but 1IL have to stay right here t4 How other folks could catch from me tat te what I halnt got seems queerI4 Too bad that I cant go to school they I 1 say but I dont mind i I never had such fun before as brlnIe J f quarantined 1 do bout as I please nowdays make I e t lots of noise I do+ Just whoop an yell an holler an my Ma she dont say Boo I took the poker yesterday an smashed I t Ma the never say so nor look I glassIof tight a spoon an my throat an no signs an yet An while there aint Im having stacks r of fun dont you forget Sometimes we play like Im Crusoe an Mas my Friday man + With this house for our Island an the yardti the ocean an Then sometimes were two lions caged In a menagerie So we Jusfhave the best time bcln t quarantined you see My didnt take you cant tell where its at My arm alnt orc like Tommy Smiths an I am glad of that 1 An now I tell you the best fun thats agoin to my mind I Next to a dog an pony show Is bclit S quarantined Sadie Van Buskirk In Chicago Inter Ocean iJ 4 I j Mystery of the f Bayou Woods By WAiKER KENNEDY dt r CopyrlchtlOO3 bLN KeUoggewsparerCO i ft CHAPTER I r cOnDecember 218 a man hurried J ly entered the dingy police quarters J sjtoI in Nuns unbuttoned his overcoat e shook the snow from his large slouch le lint and warming his thin trembling fingers before the fire confronted the chief of police The latter made n i casual but not cqreless examinatIon- of the newcomer and saw that he was n young man of good appearance whose face wore nn expression of he t ii wilderment and horror AN the snow r v melted from his overcoat it was seen y to be very muclt the worse tor wear i4 the clothing under it was thread u l fv j In tiLe extreme The mans shoes twere pitifully thin and insuflicicut e and the wearing of such makeshifts I a was little more than a mere observ 7 ance of custom Suffering of nn acute klnd hat drown its tracery over the young mans countenance Deep lines r ji showed beneath the which4 eyes were unnaturally lustrous and the skin was drawn tightly over the pale de tjt If fi 1 face creating at once the im perhapsSj n t era shabbiness of the mans apparel trtherc was nn unmistakable air of gen 1 ttIhity about him and there could bo little doubt that a history possibly n Yi romance was hidden beneath the tat tcred clothes and the suffering face- P The manner of the newcomer was nervous suspicious and eager bud t t the chief of police vas satisfied that y developments of1 Importance were r f about to be made ri You have a communication to make to me he asked after direct Ing Ua visitor to u chair Yes J rrrv vtf The response was prompt and given c with an air of relief that the officer o had divined his errand Sjl Just then the door opened DUll an ffiothrr young man entered He Kalut4 the chief ntfubly ri i aboi1 to r tire Avhfu soiytufti iji tkv iufitmt 1 mi1the officer and tr tnr l him to hesitate He was the pnpers1 porter on one of the Kllus 7 and be sniffed the aroma of news InI i theairAm I Interrupting yosiV he asked in a way intimating the hope that he was not 7Ihlsgentleman is about to make a I JJt to me Whether it is of a private nature IJy no means quickly Interruptedr the penon referred lo 1l10 not 1 imagine that if would do any to keep it priate Hreidcs the newS + 7 paper will have it tomorrow I iThis gentleman Is ci icf reporter i OD the Gazette said the officer I have no Objection to hjs hearing 1 i what I have to say t Irving Ward the newspaper man t W i bowed and took his seas He never t missed nn opportunity to learn any U thing thut was apt to make its way r into the newspapers r Iti The stranger began his tory sp p once My nam is Herbert ntI i and I am thelOI1 of John T 45 l v The Cotton Jvingl taid tile chief 3 in evident surprise iS Of course you are surprised to see I a soIl of his reduced to such straits 4j as 1 ain but that has nothing to do l 7 with my coming here I may as wen j fjy at the sturt that differences have t rslsted between riiy father and my self but they are wiped out new for f he IR dead I uowt4 i V dle5 ff i j That J cannot say exactly His 4 J Jody was found this morning f AVarde who had been listening with 1 A on air of Indifference now became 7 t palpably interested i 1 iV Then your father was killed c HOic osiceti the chief rII I 7 Thttre cnn be notloubtofltIf Where did this happenA0 In the Bayou Woods about three y msilles below the city ift 7 t i What do you know 41 the case t i1 I judge that he had gone out hunt t i 4t ving and that he was waylaid in the t gf r woods I know that he intended go iing lie liked it in this kind o 0 1 HeVwaa a great hunter t Indecdit was Jhe thing which secmeiC afford him the most i 7 S to was killed while hunting and the tt1 V wounds on his head indicate that he o was killed with a bludgeon Possibly tt y he may have been shot as well I did Y i not look for that i t i 4tWhQ discovered the body naked the chief incidentally WrightlJ t Veil you see said the young 2 Svmaii who was slightly embarrassed r J by the question I live just beyond 5the Bayou Woods and I usually pass l r5 through them on my way to the city You have employment in Nilus I zJ presume said the chief 41 t No I am sorry to say that a 11 present I ci entirely without employ d 7nent i V WeJJas you were saying you t purposeVAfcfr t101JaJClr takenIdidnt i i 1 2 i t f j l 1ti1l 1 4 IJm4 ii f i v 7 Zc say what my purpose was or that I had a purpose at alL and as that has no possible bearing on the case I do not care to go into it Just ns you please answered the chief but sometimes a frank state ment saves n man a great deal of trouble Resume your story if you please This morning as I was passing through the woods my attention was attracted to n heap of snow in the pathway through the forest I at first thought a dead animal lay beneath the drift but an examination once removed this idea and I j recognized there before me till body t of my father I saw at once that he if had been murdered anti I hastened to the city to notify the police I ought to say right here that while i the relations between my father and myself recently have not been of a Jriemlly nature I have every desire to SOC murderer punished I there fore came to you at once thinking tthat the body ought not to be thiss turbed until the detectives have madeu their examination Allow me to commend your discre tion said tIlt oflicer- I think that is all the information I can give you said Wright speaking ns though n weight were off his mind would like to ask you a few more questions which you can answer or not as YOU see lit said the chief kindly Very wellsl1ld Wright resuming his slat Before we get at that however jou hail better give me a clearer idea as to how we cnn find the body Are you familiar with time paths loading through the woods Yes then are two One goes straight 4brough thorn and termi hates in n thoroughfare which leads into the heart of the city while the other makes a detour and runs to ward the rwi A person coming to ward Nibs and having the choice of paths would naturally take the straight cut as the other would cause him considerable delay I suppose of course that the bodywill be found along the direct path Thai would be the path taken by an ordinary traveler replied Wrightt hut my father you must remember was out hunting and he would haeIno object in taking the short and quented way His body waston the other path True said tIe chief reflectively a hunter rambles around eunsidcrI ably Were you out Mr Wright The question caused Wright to chiang countenance Evidently lietbegan to see that a suspicion was creeping into the mind of the oflicert for there could be no doubt was quick of apprehension lie ral hid and answered with a sort orI honest defiancetill was merely a whim and dont tripoosc that I am rccountable to the police for inv whimsXo one has intimated that JOIiI were accountable to the police for ruything said the chief coolly You come to me with certain inforIIllation and I am trying to get of you all of the facts that I can find that you are withholdingS something from me that you havent a good reason for doing so You come to Nilus for nIpurpose you wilt not reveal and you take an oulofthewn route for n reason you will not give You are moreover the only man so far as IsIknown who has seen the body jf John T Wright Now it isjust posIsible that you may know who the murderer is or lie paused and then FjiU bluntly You may yourself have killed your father uphisto make any such inference I am here at the dictates of duty to give you information Jbatvmay lead to the punishment of the man who commiir wIwasllnvA i but I want to see his MKr r iri tight to justice Your small lUiectivc tatics wilt not avail you in my vase Your suspicions of my motives are absurd and they do no credit to your sagacity I cm an unfortunate man but if you were r good jiidgs cf human nature you would know that I could never have done such a fiendish thing as this The chief listened to this imp s sinned outburst with rather a bored air When it was finished an nmuscd expression flitted across his face He haul evidently made a test anti was satisfied with the result Without paying the slightest attention to the young mans criticisms he resumed quietly Well siiice yon have refused to answer my last question I wit conic to another With whom do you live I live with my wife and child In a small cottaS beyond the Bayou Woods Ah You arc married Hare OU any objection to stating the condition of your family Wrights countenance fell bis eyes became wistful anti he faltered as he answered It Is terrible My wife welmehn1 nearly starved Would no one help you one Not even your father My father You do not know him He waa more obdurate than ran one else Whenavcr I applied to him as I did sometimes when I saw my wife suffering I was sent away with curses When was time last time you saw hhnalive Tuesday morning IllereZiAt his home in the country That was two days ago Did you apply for money Yes And he refused Yes How have you keptyour wife from starving since then if no one would help you I have received a little help since then fFrom whom Oh I dont carci to go Into all that said Wright impatiently Have you any reason to suppose that your father had a personal en emy who had some cause to wish his death At this question it seemed that an Inspiration came to Wright but he checked an apparent inclination to ac cept the suggestion as a solution of the mystery The chief and the news paper mon looked at him inquiringly Your question said he has put an idea into my head but I do not think I ought to frame it in words for you might say it was preposter Itous After all it is a mere ghost of a suspicion but I may be able to give you a clew some time to work upo- ntThe chief pressed him for an an swer telling him that the suspicion itself might furnish a clew but Wright would not reveal his thoughts So after a diagram of the Bayou locatingt I Ir fii J iJI ct5 t t4 dered man thereon Wright took hk departure The chief and the newspaper man looked at each other tentatively for a few moments before either spoke I confess I am puzzled replied the chief It Is of course easy to make up theories Wright has been playing in very tough luck for some time He has been disowned by his father he Is out of employment he sees his wife dyitigof starvation anti be cannot obtain honest work What would a man do under such circum stances It might reasonably lo eon eettired that he would not hesitate o commit a murder Hut in his csse he really committed the crime we have to make sonic very peculiar as sumptions We must assume that lies a very accomplished actor nut that he is a villain of iron nerve Having committed this crime would he be the first to report it to the police and would he nut have a ready lie for vcry question that he refused to an urer Hut this is no time for spec An examination of the body THE CHIEF PRESSED HIM FOR AK ANSWER reveal an entirely different state facts from those which fit any particular theory we may have and the sooner wo go to the Rayon Woods he better If you would like to go along I will take you in the buggy me I think it best to make an investigation before the coroner is notified to make the inquest Wattle accepted with alacrity He 1I0ta had judge of human na are himself and himind was al busy with fascinating theories o the verification or explosion of which he was prepared to devote some of his time anti energy The chief ofVpoliee was evidently a close observer but he lacked one quality which Wnrde possessed in a remarkable degree namely imagination Perhaps it was a difference in mental traits which made one of them a journalist and the other a policeman least sonic people who labor under the delusion that a newspaper man relies upon his imagination for his facts might be inclined to think so hut far far be it from me to Indorse that popular fallacy Leaving instructions with an officer have Herbert Wright shadowed 1and to notify the coroner an hour later that a murder hail been com mitted ill the Bayou Woods the chief called for his buggy anti accom panied by Warde was soon driving the direction of the scene of the tragedy CHAPTER IT The Bayou Woods was a locality with many contradictory features When it was not picturesque it was unutterably dismal When itsmighty trees were not a delight Its scrubby undergrowth wan vexation to the spirit Or tlfe bosom of pools whose slime was an offense to the eye were- sprcatlin summer time fleets of water lilies whose beauty was an in spiration to the fancy Flower and fungus were alike characteristic of it in the wanner months and in the rainy sea soh it seemed to net as II vast spontfjand absorb an abnormal mount of moisture Itotting timber halffallen oaks patches of canebrako and clusters of holly trees were among its marked features Deadly malaria stalked through its gloomy aisles the hark of the trees always bore evidence of the highwater mark of the last overflow and melancholy marked it at all times ThcHayou Woods was also a local ity with a history and moreover man in some odd and unusual guise dwelt sporadically therein A few primitive houses could be found scat tered through it occupying time high est points above the line of overflow It was considered a good hunting ground but that was the only good known of it More crimes perhaps had been committed there than in auy other suburban section On the north line of the woods were several houses occupied by peo pIe of the lowest class One of these was a dance house anti saloon where tha liquor that fires as well as inebriates could always be found Death had presided over many orgies In this highly un savory den and even the officers of the law never entered tie place with out a shudder From time immcmo rial the people who Conducted it hal been allied with murderers and thieves and the dingy walls if they hull been tongues an well as ears could have told of the violation ol nearly every law human or divine Before this place the chief of police stopped and he anti his companion alighted Before investigating any crime cpmmitted in the Bayou Woods It was always advisable to see if any pupil of the Devils Den as the place was called had been concerned In It The repulsive exterior of the lilac did not do justice to the fascinating hideousness of the interior Ita very atmosphere there savored of vice and crime A large stove heated it almost to suffocation and it WM evident that if this heat did not pro duel insensibility that state might very readily be reached by a drink from one of the Satanic black bottles behind the bar The Individual win presided over the then might readily have been mistaken for the devil him self under conditions that were fa rorable The potent influences of rum were apparent la his sinister eyes the blotches of red upon his nose and cheeks and the stubble upon his face In short the entire seen reminded one strongly of time pic tures disseminated l y the prohibi tionists to give a palpable illustra tion of the effects of the deroc drink To Be Continued la Experience Little Willie Say pa why no thpr call tendollar gold pieces eagles Pa Because of their wonderhil abilities as flyers my son Oiicag Daily KewSi 1 The Heavenly Calling and the Earthly WalkT- hey Combine to Create the Best Christian Citizenship FOURTH OF JULY SBRM6H BT IBB HIGHWAY AHD BYWJY PREACHBR Copyright by J H Edson 11TextBe d you ever a farmer plow a furrow W h his eye fixedI Mrailily upon a point at time oth er end of the I field lie patiently walked e h i n d the plow guiding its blade with steady hand to htufurrow lie must keep his eye on the fixed point ahead utah he mllltt walk faithfully in the direction to which that point led The sturdy farmer furnishes us with an illustra lion which illuminates the meaning of our text The world as an tin plowed field lies before w If we would turn a straight furrow we intist fix our eye upon God and walk in the direction which time light which proceeds from Him would Indicate Followers of God Walkers in the light A Heavenly vision to guide An earthly experience to test Time Heavenly calling must not so ciirup lure time soul as to make it forget the earthly walk The earthly walk must not so occupy the time anti ntIention as to obscure tho high cl11I ing of God in Christ Icsus There is danger in both directions Scripture whlch unfolds antI emphasizes one aspect of life is too often sought out and dwelt upon to the exclusion of those portions of Gods Word which develop and enforce the equally im portant relation of life in time other direction The Christian should never sit in Heavenly places in Christ Jesus while his feet are withdrawn from contact with the world Nei ther should he be a worldlyminded Christian loving the world and the thing of the worM with never a vision of his high calling and destiny these types of Christians arc BOTH block to the unre generate soul Time world points its finger of contempt unit reproach at the Christian who is all immersed in the earthly walk whose life belles Ills profession It turns with disgust and impatience from thq Christian who huts grown so pious anti Heaven ly as to be out of all practical touch with the world and the worlds needs apt who has lost all sense of per sonal responsibility towards the state mint nation It says of one A pretty Christian surely lie is no better than or different from the peo pIe who make no profession It says of the other When a person gets so much religion as to be toot goodS for the world he ought to get This religion which sets one in a little Iamholicrthanthnu sphere anti sevcrsall obligations of citizenship anti responsibility towards the govern ment of state and nation is too ex elusive anti sanctimonious to he sen sible or practical And these two Christian extremists become stumb ling Mocks and hindrances to the progress of the Gospel in the world That there are those thank Got who steer time blessed middle course who keep their eye on God and walk as children of light In the world The II DgltOJiJ11 Ifm forget their part In the world and their responsibility in the af fairs of men but rather intensifies the sense of obligation towards the world and the opportunity afforded by the earthly walk Their lives arc above reproach as far as contact with the worlds sinful pleasures its greed amI selfishness are concerned and their loyalty to time community In which they live their sense of the responsibility of citizenship their pa triotism anti their earnest steadfast effort In behalf of every public good and uncompromising opposition to ev cry evil command the respect and Indorsement of their neighbors ana associates They live Christ in n practical way anti demonstrate that religion does not curtail the abilities does not stifle patriotism does not change publicspirited energy into meaningless prayers anti time singing of the soul away Into everlasting bliss UTE have been led to select this vv topic and text for our Inde pendence hay sermon because the tendency on every hand seems to be- n distinct separation in thought and practice of Christianity from publc affairs and politics in its broadest sense The world In its progress and civilization and political evolutions is moving at a tremendous pace Life is indeed strenuous These are conditions which time citizen must face He cannot frown or argue them down He must accept the situation and ad just himself to the swift movements of the onrushing world It will nut do to take the governor off the engine If you do the engine will race to its ruin It will not do to cheel it down and lock the steam In the boiler for time increased pressure which finds no vent will burst the boiler and tear the engine to pieces It is so in regard to the affairs men I If the governing hand of God Is removed the Engine of political commercial and industrial life will go racing on to certain ruin If it were possible to check the present tremendous developments in the world the pentup power would work its own destruction Both extremes must be avoided if the nations and peoples of the world are to steer a safe course The greatest peril which this nation has to fear is the indifference or willful neglect of its Christian citizens We believe there is a tendency In this direction The nation as a whole is losing its sense of God a s governing and controlling factor In the national life This modern jay materialism is having its narrow ing and blighting influence upon the Christian and bringing him to believe that outside of the pale of religion non is able to walk and think an plan alone neither nations nor individuals BUT get away from God Any at empt to do so any failure to rccog lize Ills leading and guiding hand is tttended with disaster Not only toes the eternal wordof God declare hat blessed is the nation od is the Lord and that righteous less exaltcth a nation but its plain Command is that prayers should be tffered for Mugs and all who are in minority because there is no powei do Ji but of God the powers that be areaordained of God Our fundamental t proposition then is the inseparable connection which God always has with the affair of nations and the operatesisThis being true the worship anti service of God cannot be confined toetime meetinghouse or the closet but must extend to political affiliation the administration of public affairs and every relation which the citizeneis called upon lo sustain to the cmt TheChristianthe most loyal faithful amid obedient citizen His religion must not weaken his hand in its grasp of public af fairs It should not lessen his sense of responsibility to help carry thej burdens of state It is a false note In religion which makes a man feel out of tune and out of place at the political gathering anti at the P11I The Christian if he follows God anti i walks as n dUclple of the light Is not led away from active anti earnest participation in public affairs and the solving of political questions hut is inevitably placed in close con tact with them and filled with God given zeal and enthusiasm in the working out of the problems which confront him That preacher In Indiana who recently gave up his pulpit in order that he might fill the position of town policeman anti main tain the order of the community a thing which no one else seemneolwill ing or able to do was actuated bya Divine impulse and hind a clear con ception of the relation which the Christian sustains to the state The Christian who Is willing to enjoy the security anti prosperity anti liberty which his nation affords him and yet escape the duties anti responsi bilities of citizenship is dishonoring God putting reproach upon the religion which ime professes nnd living a narrow anti mean existence XDKlKXDKNCK Day or Fourth of 1 July which this nation celebrates every year in menory of the signing of the declaration of independence and the proclaiming 6f liberty to the lleo pleo the thirteen colonies is not n religious anniversary tiny and has not therefore on that grounds any claim upon the Christian for its observation But upon the Christian citizens it imposes its solemn obligations which in their place and relationship to prac tical daily life are as Important as Christmas or Easter To think of time Fourth of July in a careless and light vein to deplore its celebration be cause it brings with it so much of noise anti merry making is to selfishly disregard the responsibilities andop pOI tunities of the day and to overlook or forget the real purpose of the day and the reason for Its appointment Young America wants to make a noise of course and he should be af forded ample and safe opportunity for so doing Hut it should not be noise just for the bare sake of noise It should not be merry making just be cause you delight In a jolly timex Fire cracker and torpedo cannon and shot gun skyrocket Roman candle and pin wheel to be made to sound forth their niMsngeiirflineVty and the God fearing I trio ism which moved in the fro revolutionary fathers nnll steelrl jrtoct for lad and home and natirt rand t 4Li1DjfjttIm- nate that so little of the true patriot spirit which marked the celebration of the day years ago prevails today yea It is even alarming It should it must be revived Here is where the Christian citizen has his obligation anti his opportunity He should be come a missionary for that truer better patriotism which Is essential to the perpetuation and strength of the nation If every Christian who recognizes time command of our text would give thoughtful anti prayerful cons ll eration to all that is implied in the following of God anti walking as chil dren of light we believe theywould come to see that their pathway led through a better celebration of the Fourth of July and not around or over if And they would know that time clay need not nndommgimt not to pass away without the impress fI their lives being placed upon It Mere then is the patriotic aspect of the Heavenly call ing and the earthly walk rTIIE truest patriot which the Jewish I nation ever had was Daniel serving faithfully and loyally in the court of the Babylonian king Following God and walking as a child of light lid not lead him to develop such a religious bias as to put him out of touch withS the world about him Hather make him a deep student of the polit ical situation which surrounded him And his masterful grasp of the affairs of state in time gave him the oppor tunity to preach the true God and true religion not only to the king but the nation ns well One man following God was able to put the impress cf his personality upon time kingdom anti rise from slave boy in the heathen court to be prime minister over all that vast realm Daniel is a most striking type of exalted citizenship His life is a practical illustration of our text in its reasonable application to the every day affairs of the community the state antI the nation I cannot imagine a more difficult place for a young man to have been placed in than that into which Daniel found himself drawsr when carried away into cannot Imagine circumstances which would have afforded better exciue for refusal to recognize the claims of the nation upon him It would have been most natural and human for Daniel to have reasoned himself Into the belief that disloa1t to the heathen king wouhlbeJOyattytO1ISG9dandlihlownI which enabled him to adjust himself most equably and righteously with the conditions surrounding him As a follower of God he recognized Gods absolute sovereignty itt both temporal as well as spirrtual affairs he kept hU ilee steadfastly fixed upon God concentrated his purposes in God Anti ns a direct result of this threefold re lationship to God his walk among met was marked ba practical contact with them and consistent and persistent fort in the duties and responsibilities which lay before him Christian citizen if he would be eTHEtrue and loyal patriot must first of all recognize the sovereignty of God Jods eternal purposes are to be work ed out nihe world through nations and individuate in their relations to nations The religion which leads itt followers to withdraw from vital con tact with the nation under the misconception that God has abandoned it in its mad rush to ruin might do for angels who move in t110 higher spiritual realm but it will not do for man In the world under the present dispensations It is a mighty uplift to to realize that the hand of God rests upon the temporal affairs of menand of nations DanM might well have reasoned in time face of the continued triumph of the mighty heathen kingI nti the destruction of the Jewish ion that Gods hand was not in It all He might have hung his harp on time I weeping willow trees und sat down by the rivers of Babylon and refusedtoba comforted limit with the recognition of the absolute sovereignty of God he knew that even in the darkest hour of vils triumph God was moving on and he determined that be would be one ofa the channels through which God might work Today realization of the soy- relgnty of God is as necessary as in ime days of Daniel The Christian citizen must needs be an optimist know- Ing that God moves steadily on to the grand consummation of all things He may have and must have a part in the great work of God and Ills reTIllSconception and Individuals is the first step in following God How could one follow God if he were not looking for Him in the places where lies to be found and where He Is operating And time second and third steps naturally follow that of the first Hav ing gained a true vision of God the Christian citizen must keep his eye fixed upon Him anti must concentrate his purposes so that he will follow in the direction in which the eyes art turned In my boyhood daysa favorite pastime with us lads was playing fol low the leader and the boy who kept his eye fixed the most steadfastly upon the leader anti keenly followed his even move was the one who most nearly imitated every action of the leader When the Christian is commanded to follow God he must keep his eyesupon Him art concentrate blwiU so as to bring his actions into harmony with that which his heart reveals to him as the right thing to do recallthat mutiny times some of us boys would fail rn following our leader Sometimes be cause we took our eyes off hnn and did not know what he lint done but more often perhaps it was because we did not do that which our eyes told UI should be done We did not concen trate our purposes so as to bring the actions of the body into unison with the vision of the eye Here is where the majority of Christians fail I be 1reve as followers of God Timeysee clearly but they do not act The vision is good but concentration of purpose is lacking Let us borrow figure from the ball field to illustrate our point The catcher behind the bat follows with keen eyes every movement ot the pitcher and when the ball is delivered not even a wink of the eyelids is permitted to shut Hs flight from view nut this is not all that is necessary Hand and feet and every muscle in the body must be concentrated In the effort to aid the eye and catch time ball How useless would be the effort of the eye partSoTilE flight of the bird be it ever to I high is always followed by return to earth and the restingof its feet upon the uplifting branches of the tree or amidst the cool grasses of the meadow The follow Ing of God takes one up into the heavenlJes but the flight of the soul Is always succeeded by time earthly walk Enoch anti Elijah are the only ones who were ever translated They were caught up into Heaven and their walk among men was ended It may be the privilege of every Christian to rise anti sit with Christ In avrn1 places but God always sends theujjiaclc with new obliga tions to Him and greater responsi bilities towards men Follow God and walk as children of Jight Mar has not been male with wings His place Is not in the air but with feelI pressed upon the earth to the honoring of God and the helping and uplifting of mankind To walk as children of light does not mean that God has taken you out of prac tical contact with the world The last prayer which Christ uttered was that His followers might not be tak en out of time worM but kept fr jni the evil in the world anti lilt last command to them was to go into nil the world And so dose personal practical contact with the world is essential to the Christian who walks as a child of light practical contact with the BUT of the world must bo marked by consistent and persistent eliot Consistency is declared to be a jewel ard it shines nowhere so bright as In the life of the Christian citizen He who walks in the light may not step into the bypaths of questionable conduct today and maintain his In fluence in the pathway of right to morrow It is never a question of policy anti the least of two evils hut the consistent walking in the path way which God points out The vas dilating Christian js the one who gets nowhere in this life and who at the end barely gets into Heaven nut time one who walks as a child of the light travels the pathway of consis tency which plates his life above re proach When the enemies of Daniel sought occasion against him and wished to ruin him they ware not able to detect time least departure from rectitude or failure to discharge the responsibilities of his Important office Their only hope of entang ling him was along the line of his 5consistentit ought to be with every Christian And consistency that bright jewel needs persistency that unquenchable flame of zeal to flash forth its fun brilliancy The Christian who does not grow weary In well doing is time Christian who at last reaps the fruit- age of his labors I remember during the worlds fair when those great searchlights sent their Intense shafts of bright light skimming over the lair grounds and surrounding country watching with startled interest the sudden re Tenling of objects and people where there had been nothing but black darkness but an Instant before How sharply everything stood out Time light made conspicuous that which would have been unnoticed before Think of what our text implies when it tells the Christian to walk ns a child of light In the darkness of the world about him he will shine as a lamp in a dark place He will ho conspicuous butt it will he a consplcu ousness which will exalt Christian citizenship and glorify God Let us therefore be followers of God and walk as children of light It is a good deal easier to curse another mans sin than to cure our own Hams Morn I j ON HIS VACATION The City Tonrlat In the Country Come Upon a Hew Kla4 of flee The summer tourist being engaged in some naturalistic came upon a bee whichsat leisurely on a blade of grass and- eemed Judge perfectly unconcerned relatei touristfhiabee What does asked his guide ofigrass a morning and still gives up sign of intending to go to work Ob he doesnt hive to go to work for gubielieis he Thats what they cull the husking bee He wont have anything to until next fall A AVoraaasi Uncle Dublin Mich June 29thTo the many women who suffer with weak back And pains nd tired feelings in time small of time time experience of Mrs Fred Chalkcr of this place will be interesting and profitable greatdealthe had tried many timings she could had paiakeptAt last she chanced to read the story another lady who had suffered with the backache and said she had been cured a remedy called Dodd Kidney Tills and Mrs Chalker thought she try the same thingAfter time first tivoboxej bad beentakcn according to directions she began to feel some better and she kept on till at last she was cured Her are all one and she is very grateful She Dodd Kidney helped inc greatianti will always recom mend them as a cure for Pain in the Back Would Need It Uanks The officiating clergyman ii the brides father Tanks I understand that he received a groomHe the minister very long as the young couple are going to live with imimnJudge Ladle Con Wear Shoe One size smaller after using Aliens Foot Ease A certain cure for swollen sweating hut aching feet At all Druggists 25c Ac cent no substitute Trial package FRIIE- Address A S Olmsted Le Roy N L Not Qttftllfled Young Lawyer Madam you need someone to take rare of your property and pro tect your interests She Young man Jve just got married Yes know your husband Detroit Free Tees Atlanta and Return Vl Queen tMd Crescent Iloute One fare round trip plus 25c Ticket on sale July 7 8 9 II good returning until July 15th with privilege of exten pica until August 11th on deposit of ticket and payment of SOc at Joint Agency at Atlanta Yes since Mr Gotrox broke a mirror he is convjneed that it isverj unlucky How superstitious Not at ill It was French plate mirror and cost f400 Baltimore New- Asheville iia fleturu One fare for the round trip plus 2Se July 22 to 27 via Queen Crescent Route Ask Ticket Agent for particulars Hi Status Tourist What is the size of this place uncle Colored Citizen Dis town ha about 2000 popularity sah luckStpu the Conijth and works off the told Laxative Brotno Quinine Tablets Price 25 cents Put a beggar on horseback nd hell rfde tbimThree trains a day Chicago to Califor ala Oregon and Washington Chicago Union Pacific t NorthWestern Line Experience takes dreadfully high school otherCarlyleOpium stad Liquor habit Cured Book free B MWoolley M D AtlantaQa Cab driver live are filled with whom Chicago Daily Newt p A contented mind iv the best sauce for trouble Tlautus MARKET REPORTi 1HOGSChMixed packers 5 75 5 85 SHEEP Extra 3 90 6 4 00 LAMBS Extra 6 40 6 50 FLOUR Spring pat 4 35 4 70 WHEAT No 2 red 82 No 3 winter 79 CORN No 2 mixed i 54 OATS No 2 mixed 42 HYE No 2 t 58 HAY Ch timothy 20 00 PORK Clear family 17 45 LARD Steam 7 62J BUTTER Ch dairy t 14 Chqlco creamery 23 APPLES Fancy 3 50 POTATOES New 3 40 3 60 TOBACCO New 4 60 il 75 Old 6 00 910 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 3 65 3 70 WHEAT No 2 red 80j Mo vs 3 snrlng 76 79 CORN No 2 mixed 49J OATS No 2 mixed 40 i RYE No 2 ta 52i PORK Mess 15 25 15 50 LARD Steam 8 10 0 8 12 i New York FLOUR Win strts 3 75 3 90 WHEAT No 2 red 86 CORN No 2 mixed 58V OATS No 2 mixed 43 RYE Western 612 PORK Family 19 25 LARD Steam 7 00 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red fj 81 CORN No 2 mixed 55 OATS No 3 mixed 40 CATTLE Butchers 5 00 5 25 HOGS Western P 85 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 77 SO CORN No 3 mixed S64 OATS No 3 mixed 42 PORK Mess 17 50 LARD Steam 9 00 IndIanapolis WHEAT No 2 seth 76 CORN No 2 mixed 50 OATS No 2 mixed 38 Ita time people who doubt anti become eared while they doubt who praise Deans ruts the highest Aching backs are eased hIp back and loin pains overcome Swelling limbs and dropsy signs correct urine with brick dust sediment hi eh solored pain In passing iribbllnr frequency netting Doana Kidney PiUs emoTe calculi and Relieve heart palpitation ileoplessness nervousness dizziness TlTLORSVlLLK Miss I tried everything for a weak back and got no relief until I used DoonB PillsJ Lewis a t lc- I Colorado SammerOatlmgm The Colorado Fiver on the Santa Fe was returned June 4 for the summer season This popular train is to run daily between Kansas City and Denver It will leave Kan sas Cityat 055 p m and reach Colorado city next forenoon only one night on the way The equipment of the Colorado Flyer comprises to standard Pullmans an observation Pullman a li braryttnolcing car and chair cars equalling tt many respects that of the California Lim I ited r also carries a through Pall man between Galveston and Colorado Springs The outlook for summer business to Col orado is very promising Time Santa Fe ii exteniivcly advertising its new train also ts regular alltheyearround Chicago and Denver fist of copies of a profusely illustrated book entitled A Colorado Summer are being distributed by the Santa Fe paMengerdepartraent this book tells all about out hunting lulling and mountain climbing Y You will be surprised to learn for money the Colorado tour may be made Natural iIgiylug I cud finish de cmurninaftermebreilast Dis work gives yes an appetite fer breakfast t Yes but Im afraid breakfast may not fire you an appetite for worklimck World Fair St Louis 1JXJ4 Of course you are goingto visit e Fair like iSo ftinchescents silver or stamps AddrewtJtORlJB MOUfON G P A The Katy Box 911 St Louis Mo Pitfalls in Vanity Fair EdgarArthtir wont accept an invitation 7 knows who is to be there If J4muid Maybe bei afraid he will meet some of his creditors Brooklyn Life Pios Cure for Consumption is an infalli ble medicine for coughs and coldsN W 14 Samuel Ocean Grove X J Feb 17 1900 Never advertise your troubles If you haebowlSi d nt wear striped trousers Chicago Journal 4 Three solid through trains daily Chicago to California Chicago Union Pacific fi tiNorthWestern Line A show of oft conceals great cow ardieeLucanS f PMNMGUiSR YN4BR i AMSTHPG i ANGELTHOU t 4oc 5O1DEY8RYuI1IJR2S CHURCHES SCHOOL HOUSES AND HOMES must have their walls tinted and decor e jsteel with ALABASTINE the onl durable wall coating to insure healthSSJand permanent satisfaction Write for full and free suggestions by c4erlyALABASTINE COMPANY GRAND RAPIDS MICH and 109 Water Street Nsw York City FREE TO WOMENTo prove thaleklloc sad ipAXTINE cleansing power of F xInToilet Antiseptic ire will mall a large trial ptckirn with book of instruction absolnleljr free Thli la anotatiny sample tnitalirge 7 4 enotirhM eoovlnea anyone ot its valued Women all over the country tare Paxtlneforwhrt has done In local treat meat orremale lJlcur I ingall inflammation and disebarses wonderbml as a cleansing vuglnal douche for sore throat nasal catarrh as a mouth wash and to remove tartar anti whiten the teeth Send todsyspostalcard will do 814 b druggists i set psipaidby UI sent merge b stiaeiu earuUTJ5ESAXWc to SlVsIbuaAvost 44ZhfSdilak qaDminaowandtinttlsu- mma It noli init ntrrsaoi A OaSesSgallon Sold wlmezecrbymnaiifortc i tiiuaRciuinblTtn THE FREE KIDNEY DOCTOR Time reaianyou aacKrthis triM freaU beciuu theT ure Kidney Ill and will prove tt to yon s WKIT MICH Deans Kidney Fills hit the case which ns an unusual ttsdesire to urinate had to ret upflreorsExtimesofsnigmmtI stst derway the feet sad anklet swelled There was an In tense pain la the back the beater which would feel like ltlanipthe free trial and two full boznofDoanamiswlthUw satisfaction of feellnffthatl am cured They axe the rem joedy par excellence DF Hmuuux 1 PONT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY 50 FO THIS 5000 i 42=FULL LUTHER TOP IVQGY i- I L- iruflnieedfwfllerL will eaerve eider onrsceiptot 5ifl eAMS- ONTIrQ Co 122 Pearl StCtNCtNRATiOHtj c Fibroid Tumors Cured t jp Note the result of Mrs Pinkhams advice and medicine Sowo time ago I Wrote to you dc1q ttribinr my symptoms and asked your k J vice You replied anti I followed yC nil your directions carefully anti to well woman17 KTheusof Lydia E Pinklmms cxt0 1t my whole system I can walk miles 0 now Lydia E Plnkhnms VCRO 1 tnblo Compound Is worth five dol lars a drop I advise nit women who f1 are afflicted with tumors or femaleA trouble of any kind to give It a faithful 1 trlalSigncd MRS E F 1InrJ i 52 Dudley St Itoxbury t MOSS SSOOO forfeit vtlglnal of abooi litttr i Anting jtmlnenttt Cannot be pmtacrd notcor take tho place of tho health I anti happiness which Lydia E13k 1 1dbroughtJ nCCtptdby8t that E Pinkhims Vege table Compound stands without a it 0 peer as si remedy for all the distress i illsofwomen all ovarian troubles tumors infliuumntions ulceration falling and displacement of the womb- S backache irregular suppressed or s painful menstruation Surely the TOlume and character of the testlmo nfml letters we are daily printing in t thCiMcwspapcrs can leave no room for 0 f doubt in the minds of fair peo- pleABSOLUTE tj tt J 1 SECURITY 1r4 Conu I n- oCartersi Little Liver Pills i Mutt Sear Signature o- ftfr flM FfiC34inlle Wrapper Below I 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4Kd1F ri cfE oII zhoorf1iti 7to j jI i oft aa Ct = C u STATE NEWS ITEMS t il1II5i5i5i g1II5i1ll i3cg S GRAY HAQDIX MISSING He Disappeared From Jackson After Threats of Assassination Jackson Ky June 27Gray Had dlx who is the principal witness against Ed Tharp and Joe Crawford charged with burning Ewens hotel here just after Ewen hail testified against Jett and White charged with the assassination of J B Mnrcum It was reported Friday morning Is miss- Ing Haddix has been under guard fort part of the time since the arrest of Crawford and Tharp He was attacked once by two of the Hargls henchmen on tlia bridge and they were sent to jail foe assault with a pistol Later he reported an attempt to burn his house down A few days ago he told a sol dier that he had been threatened with assassination if he testified against Crawford and Tharp before the special grand Jury to be called here on July 29 to Investigate the charges of arson and bribery The town was quiet Thursday night Mrs Ewen has rented a house and will attempt to carry out the contracts of her husband with the Hargises The men they employed were turned out by people boarding them for feat of theJlarglses and now she says dp men refuse to work on the contffit and she may not be able to c aiplete It after all IT INVOLVEU A SUIT Question of the States Right to Pay For Collecting WafClaims Frankfort Ky June 2tSitlt was filed Thursday b E M Wallace against J C W Bockhara governor to recover 4380 alleged to ta dua Frank H Taylor a soldier in the Span ish ware out of the fund collected by Capt Calhoun last winter The rao ords in the adjutant generals office show that 3750 was paid to Frank H Taylor but Taylor says that he nev r received the money E M Wallace bought Taylors claim but when he presented It found that some one had already collected it The right of the state to pay Capt Calhoun15 per cent out of the amount collected for the soldiers in Washing ton is Involved In the suit The amount apportioned to Taylor In Wash ington was 4350 while the amount paid the alleged bogus Taylor was 3750 which is 15 percent less than the amount apportioned to Taylor EVENING CHURCH SERVICES For the First Time In Months They Were Held in Jackson Ky Jackson Ky June 29For the first time in many months evening church services were held Sunday night prloi to this time the citizens being afraid to leave their homes after dark Tom Tharp who Introduced the usual Sat carnival was IIItwomileurday night and Sunday A feeling of security is returning to citizens and every arrest strengthens this Joa Crawford and Ed Tharp the men ac cused of burning Ewens hotel were released on 1000 ball bonds and will return to work for Judge Hargis and Leland Howard and Jeff Tharp ara their surety Their cases will be ta ken up by the special grand jury July 20 SMACKED LIPS IN THE TUNNEL Mrs Ella M Barber Sues the Louisville 8 Nashville For Damages LflMngtrorKyTJlTrre 27Mrs Ella M Barber filed suit Friday against the Louisville Nashville Railroad Co for 5000 damages She alleges that she was Insulted by male passengers on one of the companys trains while riding from Louisville to this city en Sunday April 23 last She states that she was the only lady In the coach and that while going through a tunnel the men smacked their lips as if kiss Ing some one called to another up and down the car Quit your kissing will youV and made other remarks to her shame and mortification Mattie Changed Her Mind Paducah Ky June 26Fred Iver lett a wellknown young man is badly disappointed His marriage to Miss Mattie Collins daughter of former Chief pf Police James Collins was an nounced to take place but the young woman decided after the bans hall been published In the Catholic church that she didnt want to marry Gen C M Clay Dangerously III Lexington Ky June 27Gen Cas sins M Clay former minister to RueS sla and the sage of Whitehall Is re ported as being dangerously Ill at his home and this by reason of his great ly advanced years has caused consid erable alarm to his friends Gameness Cost His Life Frankfort Ky June 29Jolm Thomas a Negro boy was drowned In the Kentucky river here Sunday aft ernoon His companions dared him to swim to a certain place and ho re plied I cant swim much but I will do it or drown Bride Only 14 Year Old Paducah Ky June 2J C New hill aged 34 and Miss Katie Smith aged 14 years were married here Miss Smith Is one of the youngest per sons who ever secured a marriage li cense In McCracken county A Hot Local Option Contest Greenup Ky June 27A hot con test Is on In Greenup as to whether the town shall be wet orvdry An election has been orderer for July W to take the sense of the legal voters At present the city of Greenup is a II cense tpwn Prof B EL Atkins ReElected RuYsellvJlie Ky June 26Prot B E Atkins who served as president of Logan female university part of last term and who Improved the school verjrmaterlally has been reelected president by the board of trustees Series of SundaySchool Picnics Bethel Grove Ky June 26Be cauBeof its peculiar adaptability Beth el Grove has become the Mecca of Sun dayschools this season and scarcely a day passes but that several hundred children are here enjoying themselves In games and other sports Newman For Auditor Burktsville Kyi June 27 James H Newman of Monroe county has an nounced his candidacy for the repub lican nomination for auditor He has been In the revenue service for several years I e I Jir t it i l J THE FEUDISTS FIGHT One Is Dead and Two Others Badly Wounded Jackson Ky Junc29 News reach ed here Sunday night ta fight In tho edge of Urcahltt county near Daisy Hell between the Darnells and the Haclsers In which lllrnm Barnelt wnd killed and John Henry Hacker and JOlt Hacker were wounded The trouble grew out of the Hargis Cardwell feud here and was over Miss Lelia Burns the pretty daughter of Joseph Burns and a niece of Burns Fitzpatrick the Magoffln county man who hung the jury In the murder trial or Curtis Jctt and Tom White here last week The men Involved all live In Magoffin county but the trouble oc curred In this county The men had met onSaturday night at the home of Miss Burns and one or them told her that John Henry Hacker with whom she was greatly In love had said her uncle Burns Fitzpatrick came hack to Magoffln county with a fine rIfle after he had hung the Jury In Jackson WjttUer became furious and In a few nlnu ps the young men repaired to the front porch anti In all there were about a dozen shots fired with the above result BARBER KILLED A DEPUTY A Little Later the Murderer Was Slain By the Marshal Olive Hill Ky June 26 Everett flaky a barber of this place shot and Instantly killed Deputy Marshal Gus Hall here Thursday morning A few minutes later Baity was shot and kill ed by Marshal Lewis White- Hall had a warrant for the arrest of Baity charged with stealing tools from the barber shop of John Darner an where he had been employed Baity seemed to be expecting Hall and armed himself with ashotgun When Hall appeared he shot him Inthe face Marshal White then arrived on the scene when II Is said Baity com menced loading his gun to shoot him White pulled his pistol and shot Baity tho ball going through his heart This was the second shooting scrape Baity had been In In the past two months being almost killed It Is al leged by Frank Tyree In April FIRE OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN Several Business Places at Winchester Destroyed or Damaged Winchester Ky June 29Flre Sun day morning gutted the branch mull nery store of Ms Ella W Haggard on Main street The building belong ed to W S Massle who occupied part of It as a shoestore Massles loss Is 10000 insurance 5000 Mrs Hag garda loss on stock is 2500 with L 500 insurance F H Haggards busi ness house adjoining occupied by Wheeler Johns furniture dealers was damaged 2000 fully insured Wheeler Johns loss on stock Is 2500 with 1000 insurance The ori gin of the fire Is unknown Mrs OBriens Petition Lexineten Ky June 27Mrs E C OBrien ot Memphis mother of Claude OBrien the condemned murderer of A B Chinn who has been circulating a petition in behalf of her wayward son has succeeded In getting 39 names of Lexington business men signed to the petition A Strange Accldee Dayton Ky June 29Uus Brebber man pf Third avenue was severely Injured at Clarks Grove Sunday A glass from which he was drinking broke severing an artery in his right hand He bled profusely before Dr Schoolfields office was reached and the wound sewed upaNew Well in Barren County Glasgow Ky June 27The South Kentucky Oil Co brought in welt No 2 on the Sallle Kinslow lease on Boyds creek This makes ten pro ducing wells the South Kentucky people now have on Boyds creek ami the last one is said to be a 15barrel well Sold Examination Questions Greenup Ky June 29Frank Bennett jr was arrested upon a warrant sworn out by County Superintendent Jas M Literal charging him with sell- Ing the school examination questions Bennett pleaded guilty and was fined heavily and his certificate revoked Crelghton After Horses Lexington Ky June 29Col John D Crelghton the noted horseman of Omaha Neb and proprietor of Orchard Park farm this city arrived here from the west and Is now select Ing his racing string which he proposes to ship in a few days Caused a Scene Lexington Ky June 27J L Noble of Jackson caused a scene In the lobby of the Phoenix hotel Friday night He was twice ejected by Depu ty Sheriff Rogers He Is an outspoken ally of the Hargis faction in Breathitt county and OBrien to Hang July 24 Frankfort Ky June nThe gov ernor fixed Friday July 24 for time hanging of Earl Whitney and Claude OB len the Lexington murderers Their attorneys presented a petition for commutation of sentence Found Dead In Bed Bowling Green Ky June 26John E Holeman 75 years of age and one of the best known men in the city was found dead in bed by his daug b ter who went to arouse him Heart disease was the cause He leaves a widow and six children Maysvllle Next Meeting Place Lexington Ky June 26The an nual convention of the Kentucky Ed ucational adjourned Thursday after the election and installation of omcers for the ensuing year Maysvllle was selected as the next place of meetlnjr Died of Prostration Burkesvllle Ky June 7YnK- ate Smith widow of Frank Smith who committed suicide at Mendota III last week died of prostration She was an invalid and the news of her husbands tragic death was more than she could bear Believed to Be Hiding In Breathitt Jackson Ky June 27lay Purcell who killed Mack NIckell and Gordon Wells In Morgan county is believed fo be hiding In this county and officers here have been asked to join in the search for him t rnbLL t t THE AMERIGANSOINEO Emperor Williams Entertained Officers of United States Fleet President Roosevelt Received a Message From the Emperor In Regard to the Neatness of the United States War Vessels Kiel June GThe emperor gave a dinner Thursday night on the Hohcn zollern to Adm Cotton the American captains Ambassador Tower United States Naval Attache Potts and all tho other members of the United States embassy staff Prince Henry of Prus sia the German admirals and the oth er members of the Imperial party and Chancellor Von Buelow who Is recovering from a sharp gastric attack and who came here from Berlin to be pros ent at this anti at Ambassador Towerc dinner Friday- Washington June 26 President Roosevelt Thursday received a cablegram from Emperor William thanking him for sending the American squall ron to Kiel and congratulating him on the neat appearance of the vessels Kiel Prussia Juno 27The dinner given by United States Ambassador Tower to the German emperor Friday night was made the opportunity both by the emperor and the ambassador to utter apeerhijs of political significance Mr Tower proposed the health of the German emperor the empress the crown prince and the members of tho imperial family Emperor William Friday night for the first time saw the flag of the presi dent of the United States which formed part of the decorations of the banquet ing room In the yacht club house where Ambassador Towers dinner was given After dinner the emperor walked to the Hotel SeebadeAnstalt which Is near the yacht club and sat with Am bassador Tower and the others on the veranda for an hour Prince and Princess Henry gave n large garden party Friday afternoon which was attended by all the Am erican naval officers who could get leave and those civilian Americans vis iting Kiel The princeand princess as the line of guests defiled past them picked out the Americans and stepped forward and shook hands with each The emperor and empress returned from the yacht racing in time to at tend the party Prince Henry presented Mr and Mrs Cornelius Vanderblt to their majesties and the emperor conversed with Mrs Vanderbilt Tho emperor and empress moved about the grounds freely stopping to talk with those they knew- Washington June 27 President Roosevelt sent a telegram of thanks to Emperor William In reply to tha latters message regarding the Amer- Ican squadron now at Kiel Kiel June 29The emperors yacht Meteor crossed the line first In Sundays raco for cruising schooners class A and kept the lead all the way over the 30 mile course beating the Hamburg In a tenknot breeze by 1 minutes The Empress yacht Iduua was again 20 minutes behind Emperor William had as his guests on board the Meteor during the race United States Ambassador Tower Prince Henry of Prussia Prince Adele bert the emperors son Count Tlele Wenckler Count Redern and United States Naval Attache Potts The em peror was quite a different man aboard the yacht than when aboard the bat tleship talking about yachting and tlmCJWbim gr phe4jjje groupr R W Goelets Swan in the race for yachts of her class finished 3 minutes ahead of Gustav Stlnncs Glueck auf but had to take second place un der the handicap which gave the lat ter 4Y minutes time allowance The Betty VII was third In the cutter yawl race the Navahoe competitort1beat the Commodore and the big Eng lish schooner Cicely turned the tables on Herr Gullleaumes Clara which won on Friday The Cicely finished three minutes ahead but the Clara pro tested owing to the Cicely carrying only one anchor where as under Ger man rules two are necessary- In handicap match for cruisers the Irlon giving tho Navahoo a minute and a half and the Comet 14 minutes time allowance won by two minute from the Navahoe The Comet was nowhere l There has been nothing whatever to complain of regarding the behavior of the American sailors who have been allowed ashore They are welcomed along the water front and shops and restaurants are engaging Interpreters for their convenience Signs are displayed every where Americans are Welcome to Kiel The American tars cause considerable wonderment to the Germans by driving around in car riages and cabs at least half of Kiels limited supply of these vehicles are thus nightly employed WellKnown Actor Died Suddenly Denver Col June 27Joo Cook the wellknown actor died from the effects ofL hemorrhage of the lungs Friday The attack came upon him while walking In the street He was taken to a hospital and died within an hour To Form a New Cabinet Athens June 27M Theotokis the former premier has been entrusted with the formation of a cabinet which will present Itself to the chambor June 29 The last cabinet headed by M Zalmls resignedThursday George Coates Commits Suicide Brunswick Ga June 26iGeorge Coates a former prominent railroad and club man of this city committed suicide near Urbana a suburb of Brunswick Mr Coates used dyna mite and his body was terribly man riled Next Meeting In St Louis Atlantic City N J June 27The United Typotheae of America at Its closing session Friday selected St Louis as the next meeting place and elected officers for the ensuelng year A Commissioner Deposed Detroit Mich June 26The common council Thursday evening by a unanimous vote deposed from office Public Works Commissioner D W H Moreland The commissioner has been under fire for several weeks on various charges Ill The OtTer Was Refused Minneapolis Minn June 26SI W Savage of Minneapolis Thursday re fused an offer of 92000 for Dan Patch apd DJreriuro W W Gentry of Bl omngton lud mad the offer lJf a4tJIl 7 J r r TilE BURNING OF WHITEI Thousands Visited the Execution at Wilmington Wilmington Del June 29Thou sands of persons Sunday visited tho place where George F White a Nero was burned at the stake by a mob of l O0O persons for brutally assault Ing afofa stabbing to death Miss Helen S Bishop tho 17yearold daughter of Rev E A Bishop They came from all tho small towns in this vicinity and hundreds Journeyed to the execution place from Chester Pa and Philadelphia A tro Icy line runs to about threequarters of a mile from the scene and bus driv ers and others owning vehicles did a thriving business carrying passengers to the place and explaining to them the events of the last two weeks The burning took place In a freshly plough ed field about 50 feet from the road way which Is hidden by high brushes The field has been trampled almost as smooth and hard as asphalt by the thousands who have visited the farm The only evidence that remains of the work of the mob are three cobble stones on one of which this Inscription has been placed In Indelible Ink Here is all that remains of White The bushes behind which the mur der was committed have been CUt down for n distance of several yards and carried away by relic hunters Many of those who visited the scene Sunday among them a large number of women carried away a sprig or branch of the bushes Discussion of the events of the last week is rapidly ending although the affair was the text of some clergymen Sunday The preachers without excel tion condemned the lynching notwith standing the fact that public sentiment Is overwhelmingly on the side of ih j lynchcrs Rev Robert A Elwood the Presbyterian minister who has come In for much criticism for his sermon of last Sunday night In which he sug gested lynching in case the Negro es caped speedy punishment at the hands of the law did not refer to time lynch ing or the criticism Sunday These criticisms were answered by his con gregation Sunday by resolutions pass ed sustaining their pastor They say We record our belief that his mes sage of last Sunday evening was both timely and true sensible and scrip tural and In nowise can the actions of the citizens on Monday ntght be chargeable to that sermon Wilmington Del June 29Rev Montrose W Thornton pastor of time First A M E church of Wilmington preached to a large congregation Sunday night He said in part The white man In face of his boast ed civilization stands before my cyrs tonight the demon of the worlds races a monster Incarnate and In so far as the Negro Is concerned seems to give no quarter The white is a heathen a fiend a monstrosity before God and is equal to any act In the category of crime I would sooner trust myself in a den of a hyena than in his arms With a court law anti officers of law In his hands the de spised Negro can expect no mercy justice or protection The Negro Is unsafe any where In this country He is the open prey at all times of bar barians who know no restraint and will not be restrained There is only one part left for the persecuted Negro when charged with crime and when Innocent Be a law unto yourself You are taught by this lesson of outrage to save yourself from torture at the hands of the blood seeking public Save your race front Insult and shame Be your own sher iff court and jury as was the outlaw Tracy Die In your tracks perhaps drinking the blood of your pursuers Booker L Washingtons charity hu manity advice of forgiveness love in vh U3jtMksQ on will never be recip rocated by white men Dr Richardson Dead Washington June 29Dr A B Richardson 56 years old superintend ent of the government hospital for the insane died suddenly of apoplexy He was appointed from Ohio four years ago by President McKinley Russian Soldiers Stationed In Corea Seoul Corea June 29A Corean military officer who has reached the Yalu river states that 150 Russian sol diets have crossed the river and arn now stationed at two points on tho Corean side Suicided on a Train Chattanooga Tenn June 29A M Cate a wellknown lumberman of this city committed suicide by shooting himself through the temple at an early hour Sunday morning on a Southern railway train near Dccatur Ala Ordained a Minister Beston Juno 29 KiyoshI Satoh ol Toklo Japan was ordained to the Uni versallst ministry In the Every Day church Sunday many of the most prominent Universalist preachers In this section assisting in the services Annual Missionary Conference Chattaanooga Tenn June 29Th annual missionary conference of the western and southern states to be hell at the Inn Lookout mountain will bo gin next Wednesday There will be at least 300 delegates In attendance The Situation Is Grave London June 29A dispatch trot Vienna to the Morning Leader says the situation in the Vilayet of Adrlanoplo is very grave There are many Indications that Bulgaria and Turkey re gard an outbreak of war as a probable contingencyIn State of Eruption San Francisco June 29Recent reports show that Mount Collma in Mex- Ico is stilt In a state of eruption Steam and smoke continues to pout from the mouth of the crater and loud rumbling incessantly shako tho earth John Tyrrell Dead Chicago June29 John Tyrrell the last of the two original partners in Chi cagog oldest crockery store which was established Jn 1838 by Arthur G Burley who traded porcelain bowls and plates with tho Indians died Sun day Two Were Drowned Sioux City Ia June 29Whll3 John Suevo and his sister Dora antI Mike and Miss Thena Waldum were boating on the Sioux river Sunday aft ernoon their boat overturned and Leo and Miss Waldum were drowned Shot Them Both Lowell Mass June 29Joseph La mont a railway clerk of Boston Sun day night shot and dangerously wound ed Gcorafana Goddu aged 22 of Win chester arid Dr Adelaide Payette 35 years old ot this city and is still ai large A Hotel In Ruins Tucson Ariz Juno 29More that 50000 loss was caused by fire hero Sunday Tho principal loss Is on the San Xavier hotel which caught fire from the kitchen and in less than 30 minutes was a mass of ruins 51 w Jl tc 1 P MGANNS DEATH F Seymour Barrington Charged With His Murder James P McCann the Victim Was of a Prominent Kentucky Family and Lexington His HomeBody Will Be Interred There St Louis June 29DesldolI pool of water in an abandoned quarry near Honfils Station on the St Louis St Charles Western railroad 12 miles west of the city limits was found Sat urday by J B Lucas the body of Jas P McCann a former owner of raco horses who lived at No 2902 Franklin avenue and In connection with whose disappearance on June 13 Lord Barrington was arrested Thurs day night by the police and subse quently released Lord Harrington has been arrested again by the at Louis police The body was entirely naked and from all appearances death had re sulted from drowning Special Officer Gratiot Cabanne discovered the dead mans shoes about onequarter of a mile from the place where lay the body About 100 yards from the body was found McCanns pocketbook containing only four car tickets These articles have been po u Itfvely Identified by Mrs McCann as the property of her husband- A warrant was sworn out Sunday by Mrs James P McCann charging F Seymour Barrington with the murder of her husband James P McCann As the alleged crime was committed In St Louis county the police Sunday gave Barrington over to Sheriff Han hon The prisoner was taken to Clayton and placed in jail The body of the man supposed to be McCann which was buried soon after its discovery at Bonflls was exhumed Sunday and an Inquest was held by Coroner Koch of St Louis county The features were gone owing to tha ravages of vermin Notwithstanding Mrs McCann positively Identified the body as that of her husband partly basing the Identification on a gold tooth Others who knew McCann in timately also Identified the body Coroner Koch made a rigid investi gation and returned a verdict that two bullet holes were found In the head and the bullets extracted correspond In size with the revolver found In Bar rlngtons trunk at tho Union station Saturday night The coroner also found a deep gash In the throat and n cut In the palm of the right hand leading to the assumption that the man had been attacked first with a knife and in defending himself hai seized the blade which cut deeply Into the hand that finally his throat had been cut deeply and he was ultimately shot twice in the head Barrington still asserts his Innocence Lexington Ky June 29James P McCann who was murdered in St Louis was of a prominent Kentucky family and Lexington was his home His father was a wealthy farmer and horse breeder of this county Two sisters live near this city and Sunday afternoon B T Hume a brotherin law left for StLouls his purpose be ing to bring the remains to Lexington for interment Though McCann had been missing since the 18th no word of It had reached the sisters and th3 first information they had that he hall been murdered was from the morning papers McCanns wife was a Miss Callaway of Owensboro Ky Two weeks ago he sent his sisters photographs of himself his wife and F S Barrington the bogus English lord who Is held In connection with the murder He Is said to have been de voted to his wife and relatives hero believed bee to be worthy In all re spects His flrstTwlte ins a Miss John son who secured a divorce some years ago McCann was then quite wealthy but Is said to have lost much of hU property In dealing In race horses THREATENED LYNCHING A Ball Player Hit Another Over tha Head With a Bat Salt Lake Utah June 29A lynch Ing was narrowly averted during the baseball game between the Ogden antI Salt Lake teams at Ogden Sunday aft ernoon In the sixth inning Marshall of the Salt Lake team and Hausen pitcher for Ogden became Involv d In a quarrel during which Marshall hit Hausen over the head with a bat seriously Injuring him There was great excitement among the spectators who swarmed Into the field threatening to lynch Marshall who was hustled from the grounds and lodged in jail Hau sen was taken to the hospital After the excitement had somewhat abated the game proceeded The John Wesley Celebration Savannah Ga June 29The John Wesley blcentennary celebration in Savannah was marked by Wesley ser mons in all Methodist churches fish op Galloway preached in the morning at Wesley Monumental church and Bishop Candler at Trinity The Presidents Quiet Sunday Oyster Bay N Y June 29Presl dent Roosevelt passed a quiet Sunday with his family at his Sagamore Hill home During the afternoon some rel atives and personal friends called lo extend their greetings to the presI- dent and his family- Threatened Strike Averted Pittsburg Pa June 29The threat- enEd strike of the machinists In this vicinity on July was probably averted Sunday by the men agreeing to a com promise They will cut their demand for an increase in wages Street Cars in Operation Kansas City Mo June 29Street cars crossed the Kansas river about noon Sunday connecting the two Kan sas cities after an Interruption of e actly four weeks caused by the great flood Only one of three lines Is in operation Alleged Triple Murderer Arrested Guthrle Okla June 29John H Roberts charged with the murder pear Sterling Okla of T N Higgin botham and two eons on December 21 1901 has been arrested at Mt Ver non Ind Insane Mans Deed Napanee Ont June 29 Gldeofc Burts In Anglesla township near Cloyne killed his wife Sunday by battering her head with a stove llften He was insane After committing the crime Burts delivered himself up to an officer Died Suddenly Madison lYle June 29L M Fay president of the Democrat Printing Co and of the Wisconsin Life Insu ance Co died suddenly Sunday He was one of the foundersof the Madi son Democrat about 30 years ago 1 jit t r 1 6 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263 N Y Funnier Dept GRAIN more In Western In a few because to the more the graIn route to IUs R pounds per Is as iulr a aa m under crop IffOC OF 160 the only for Is for and fuel cheap grass for pasture and a fertile coll a and a citmate an assured ana to the jog and other sad also toe you rates etc of or U U Hoomio Uw Toledo J c II Bie led GIlD I 1 i t a 1 i 1 syv A or an the To the to Its tof and it has for a lure ta Car be by to ail LaS pay is the of of get i the 1 la of ma hay of vs in or to BEADltnS OT TIllS PultRD- ESltUfO TO nUT ANTTHJ- ADJnTtsED IN ITS coLuMn ShOULD ItSIST VZON ILL VIl- WIUT timay ASK YOU nxvusma ALL SUBSTITUTES oaUUTjTlOXI LjLA NKK 1976 Will W RITINSI TO YZRTiSW please aCote that iou IW the Advertss meal in this paper WKKtALLGV f f s tt t fI s q 5S J 1gJ 0 qie44 tt Vjfci HIo t S f 4 thN t1 l f 1 tt 4 t QWIHGoTfltLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO 41 OWINGSVILLE KY q SIPER YEAR IN ADVANCE r AddrcRS cnmmunicationB to z THE OUTLOOK Pftutisuma Co or to JohN W HON tElt Owingsvillc I Ky Subseribors desiring chnngo of address should ul ways givopreviouB nddreaa when rit1ngtitt t J1 r ptioneryL fioparate slip of paper e 0 THURSDAY JULY 2 IP03 t t sI Gov BECEHAM nnd Jim Howard ti 1 writing cards nnd calling each o other names is not edifying TEN poatofflco grafters ban al ready been Itltic ed1et tbo good 1 it work go on until no guilty one escapes G2oJ 4 Jjrrr and White will have to stand trial ugalu at Cynthiano July 27tb There will likely be no t h iTotivoilnonegiuita CAntnon ehot nearly of the City of t Love and rank municipal l fPolitic they have negroes to burn f TUB Government grafters at tr WashinEton are nil shaky hoTer1 the probability eta gnneraHttvesti gation Th way of thotranegroB 4 dB bard sooner or later 4r u j Tnt lown State Demooratio cun ir vention went totally back on tho t characteristic unDemooratio fflo tures of tho Chicago and Kenyns City platforms Bryan doubtless 1thinks it a foul blow at him l + OHE man was killedand two k wounded in Magoffln county in a f tI general fight that arose out of n f ryl discussion of Fitzpatrick hanging the JettWhito jury It in too ti much that Brcathitts troubles 44 2 ebould spread VoblI THE fund being lubacribed for jaL Cap t B J Ewen has passed tha 1 N 4000 mark Copt Erren will 0 likely accept a pobition witbthe Big Four railroad Ho certainly 4 has made a proud arraygt ritada I i1t by his manly course 1 Gov BJCCKHAU baa writ a yard to tho papers about folks f 11r who have been criticising hii SBrentbitt county affairs I 1 f k i Doesnt do himself very proud and E i fewStrongert i r f 4 h BreathIttfL20th to investigate the lawlessness of the feudists A grand jury not jI ia syapathy with this dominant e1eaiwIll be neceisary to nial uyting but n farce of the invea- tigationb i UKOLE SAM is prodding the RUB sian Bear with an AmericnnJowiBb petition against tbo outrages on Jews in Ruisia The Bear is ex r J pected to growl and show his terri 9 p ble teeth while Uncle will gingerly around with bis eye oOonnnienttreeA stOPj 1 4 MATTUWWA f Powe 9 S ty pie djv PjfJ- IS aTiu gtoh fr sbii ing StAte sdtojicxnoiinatiu o Pra tbathe had probably jrcMr faiIb er Superintecdcnt of r b Scbobls of Powell county The peaaity was light for the offense BCTERORWiLUAa of Germany t visittfdthoTJearsargo the visit ofteUS squadron to Kiel and expressed his approval of the fipe batilesliip but doubtlesa had a ineatal reservation that one of S t ItrH warships could make morA wreckage of it in a scrap That i 1 Ihawna too polite to say BO iatoause for felicitation r i edji stuyagriotiftra1methods admire 41 the universities very much but noy7J4 aaya the students need more beiirc He forgets that the German tom e ptrameot ie vastly different I t the American Beer merely stim ulates the Gorman out of his con tltutioaal stolidity while it put I the devil in the American r ji1 l CORRESPONDENCE 1i J j t bMUd Lick Yer J a promise that y 1 canjnotfill it makes any one feel I J bad I had the experience JutSunday sy Zit SuBday Willie Highley ask 2 accompatJierhomeiVs gatdJscoAt tl luck now hind then w t j Midland City idk Flae rain here Saturday Crops a8d gardens afa doing well LeslieHen8ley of Louiaville uVisiting his father this week Theyre in a new boiler VaadVa1gwaattbe saw millt JI visited friends at rFrdwreral days the past week II Tabor T A Don ton and Ifttfe Miibel K are on t tblokllsto7 J r K Ed Hensley went to Cincinnati j 4WV1th a oarload r hens Mends iyw WRazorV WM Todd and Aaron Cha Jtontreek c ViV pT44 ii Tiw lumber coQjpany iB liavrngah S itice little dwelling erected it wiU EsU Cntmoo VV e tI Et1 7 I 4 W i 1 cli i I c44 7 7 t 4 ic71J tIII Sour Springs Jeesic Smith weighed two lambs thaW t pulled down ninety poundo can beat that Recowners hereabouts have rut ed much IoB3 among their honey rnukors from moths Jessie Smith lost ono 20 yoarold hivo that conol ol tn dadTim county rend from Lbs Olytn pin pike to the Mt Storing road wa lubridgecod rendero it aguin euztb1b for ayc- rzugn The ojakire all better IaGeorgeBan a horse for S5toThoihin Craig and Logan TonI went to Morohoad Sunday to work Wo bad a nice rain Saturday nnd Sunday They were badly needed Buddio and were g SucataSunday Died at tho home of Honry inchcr Bill n June 25th buriedHilisboro J H Hawkins was at Slorobead la tLweekbMipa Amy Garnett of ilRyaviile i la visiting friends here this week rSm Eatlilanrl wife of Wyca ing visited M A Denton end wife Sundays Mias Myrtlo HaTrfciaH of Gin olnnxti ia visiting her slater Mrs Goo Hawkins Chas Boyd nnd daughter Mies Dcllie visited robtiras m Cincin 9Dati lost week Mr Haley of Harrieon Co roo ceivcd the ooutrndt to build tho now bank and will begin in K few ft3T9oJohn Cooler wile daughter und son of Flemingsburg Mia Mat Faria and Miss Marie Cook spent eeveral days camping at the JlUtil f Fox Creek Dr S F OBrien K v J yd tn little daushtet wer is Lexington Friday te ceo an occulist in regard to rJ3Ciyd9 daughter who bean It eon fur several wskV Crooks We had A big rain nnd bail Sat u rdaytCJWilson b a carload of hoga to Cincinnati Saturday Wilson Co shipped a carload of hogs to Ciacinnnti Wednesday JoeTurley shlppsi a doubledeck oadof lambs to Jersey City Fray I d Miss Efflo Swarta of Olympin visited Mrs Turner Stull one dny- e last week Mrs Joe Williams and Miae Lillie Johnson were in Owingaville Saturday Mrs Jan Jackson and eon of Knob Lick visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mrs John Clark visited her sis ter Mrs Fohx Clarkat Poplar Flat fi t Saturday Until Monday lVjd enr Vi1 Vif typhoidpacumoLulhc sevtUsyxupatby of the entire community jln their sad loss Knob Lick DR BIshop is etill away Tho sick era all improving The blackberry crop promises to bo immense We bad an abundance of rain Saturday and Sunday yan Swanigan ia telling a good many sewing machines It ic claimed that the minis wilt do a big business next month Wo are sorry to hear of the sick ness of Milton C Carpenters wHir Sherman Goo paster sold a Ilorsoto f Vior5OIJo Qakley returned home from jplftceAutomobiles are getting to be of every day occurrence on tho Mcln tyres Ferry rond Mrs RodnoyVanlandingham and her two sons visited Bob Colliver Saturday and Sunday Ir Butler Yarbrough lost some by8001ecoops Tommie Crouch has treated him- selfto a new buggy Some girl may expect a call to take a buggy r idu soon Dr H H Lewis has sold bill form at Salt Lick to tbeJonea boy S poeseSfiionShoueo t Qo will begin drilling another oil well Monday on the land of Mrs Addington Tho last one showed up aome oil and gas Tho Knob Lick nine failed to oach Olympm Sunday owing to Olympiaboyp They say it inSea a truthful munI to tell the truth about fishing How tpUt a man who tells he nevc aughone and fell off the dam and crippled himself sa that he as hardly uble toget home That As my fstejRobert DickcrEon arid Grant1 orth took by hero Sunday a hart looking specimen of humanity ta ken for selling whisky at Salt Lid hllheedbocnnl5QII Lick had better change his IloHonI tlJfJah1stk VV VVVV rV A ti I i ft ii j S StopstonedaWe hull a good rain Saturday u und Sunday Wiaa Nesbitt of Mt is he MiroKiltie r4trieVDr N F11Iorco visited his d homo at Howards Mill several Inct week IiMisaovor returned to her music cl CoasshegaSSie Ioro on n visit to his homo and wilt sprnd tho 4th hare if hq Dgoesiiiheroand antI ia Sstaylaid byJeOn and car pontor roc stilt with ue Mr Sat toe and Ma tun sou forco oro her too and they will bo working on late for close on a year to get it in proper shape undo Willis Carpenter had hie two horses and a irulo Bolt struck y lightning Sunday during th tbundcrfiust and killed This I very hard indeed on him ag it was all the horsa stock b3 had end put in a very bad Bhapo to tend crop TTo are exceedingly sorry for him KStoopsThe rains have done our farm rs many dollars worth oC goodtDr Jas Hardman of Clark Co was in this vicinity last week W M Kisaick has tho largest bylaBJ II Gillnepio and wifo woro the guests of Clifton Bush nail vIfoi GraBEy Lick SundayiJosiah Coons has tho Quest field f tobacco in Montgomery county It will soon do to top Ilbrsh Kiecick was the guest ltf frlends and relatives in FleniingCo aeveral days lat week IWhaatthr 8hing will commence The quality of the wheat promises to be good tho young people enjoyed an l i ftohnThe many friends here of Judge Squire Turner are doairous that be the race for Railroad Com ale abner 3Mm JaB H Gillaspie reports that the Montgomery S S Couven tion was in every particular a bril liant affair elMissesCoons were tbo guests of their grandmother Mrs Mary Ryan at Spencer Saturday and Sunday John W Thompson wifo and children and S M Warner and wifo were tho guests of Hack Shrout and wife near Mt Sterling SundayITbompsonlturnpike Some parties are going to try nndJ get it out to Stoop d i jeiittiireshiLf he a h guuThe vifc JK iV y jjwbw only so farV na reported homci4edic College to spend the vacation Nice showers hero Saturday and Sunday but nothing like enough to soak the clods half way through yet Little son of Mrs Tobe Crouch of Louisville is visiting his unele and aunt Mr and Mrs John Tack ett here this week H B Andoreon nnd Miea Bessie Wheatlay went Saturday to visit friends and relatives in Fleming county for s few dayo i About 60 neludingbuperintonc jeni teachers t Odessa Sundayschool went teKnob Lick Saturday where they were joined by n number from Owingi- sViIIeA basket dinner was eorved on the grounll and the knobs as cendcjd which was quite a sight to the little folks All an en VJoyabteUndo Jack Schwab lately from Red river with his pony took i his abode about the first of May with Joseph A harbor here Ho had been working some to pay his way and his ponys Jo says he told him many things that he nov er heard before or expects to bear again unless by chance ho melts Uncle Jack again Ho claimed to be about 60 jears old but Jo an y ho watched his stories closelyat the length of limo ho stayed in dif erent States and Territories and si bound to be somewhere between two thousand and twentyfive hundred years old Nevertheless Uncle Jack got out of bed some time during the night last week took his pony skipped and haenc been hoard of sincetBethelfMrs James Wbaloy is very ill no hopes of her recovery Robert Day of Inez Morgan Co ia the gutstor bisibrotherWill Di y We had a fine rain Sunday after noon the first good rain elm e April Flemingsburgand wife Mrs James Emmons and Miss Sallie Stone visited at Stanford List weekcMrs D 1 Truuibo fspent last week in Nicholas county with Tom iTrumbo anti family 4riIngrusty unit througli it j- ilis3 Bm alier t I eft TfaursM f jt iJ J Y 4 J z r nyCorEzel Morgan Go to spend while with liar parents luirsHer two sisters of Mt Sterling ss Pannlo and Mrs Ed Wlllifttu nro with her C H Williams of lrislo was IICTA pevnrftl jj y8 visiting his dnughturs Miss Nancyo re Ruth tii and Mrs Dave Me lalere liri in the interest of the itsociationMiss Martha Ellen Hondris of East Fork aged 21 daughter o avid Hendrix died Thursday uno 25thand was buried tho 26th tho old Uendrix burying ground Wash Arnctt woe buried hen- untlziy i afternoon in Longvinw ametury agod 72 years 11 avens a widow but no children one brother Thomas Anett o Ucthol and one pistor who lives in tho Weet Grange City iliea Mamie Colliver has ben quite sick the past week ilia Delta Boyd bas returned GinIL G Ri don awl wife visited Alf Vice und family in Bath Co Sunday Miss Maude Kiesick and Mrs nl Lynaia wore in Flemingaburg onday Mrs Bud Collivor visited rola ivee at Mooros Ferry from Friday until Sunday Married Wednesday Juno 24tb nt half pat 3 oclock a t tho Cen t tralIt Lynnm and Mists Nina Keorana The bride is a granddaughter oft Martin McGregor of Ringoa Mill he is a hnodffotsa young lady and s vary popular in society Mr Lynam is a fine young man well worthy of tho prize ho has been eo lucky to secure The correspondent extends best wishoa to this happy young couple May their life over b a strewn with flowers They will imraediaialy go to housekeepingjthe grooms home Upper Prickly Ash Alban Shront boo been very sick or several days but is better no Doe Shrout visited his brother r S Shrout in Owingavillo Sun day eLiwasfamily Sunday John Allon and family of White Oak visited his brother Thom Allen and wife one day last week Mrs Nancy Shrout and Miss Mary Snedegar are visiting rtla- tivos and friends near Bethel this weak Dick Reid and Charley Stone caught a 28lb catfish Saturday in Slate Creek along Frank Allei farmVMrs Frances Hamilton Mrs Miranda Warner ami daughter Dollie L arc visiting E S Ilumil ton each wife on Koes Bun tli wfk io 3ofneari f Sterling I r g S o Almanza Stone and wife si urday night and Sunday Their sirter Miss Mary Lou accompanied them home after a twoweeks visit herc Mrs Francea Hamilton Mrs1 Jennio Hamilton Mrs Mirundu Warner und daughter Dollio L Mrs Almanza Stone Alias Mary Lou Carr II A Lyter und wifo R L Stone and wife spent last Thursday with Julia Coylo and wife on tower Prickly Ash Moores Ferry Clyde Wills returned home from Illinois Saturday Lafayette Sorrell lost by death horse Sunday night tTwo of Jack Batys boys left S Illinois Wednesday VMrsFarmers visited relatives hero last week Wo are having copious rains and vegetation and corn ore growing ncely A J Baty of Menifeo cane visited his sisUr ilraRobcrtSorrelll thursday IBen W Shrout sold RlchardVan ligeforWilliam Atchison who hasbeen working on tho railroad at L ban on Indiana returned home Thurs day Tho Moores Ferry baseball club will play n match gnme with the JulyJdnughterFronia remnin an indefinite time for medi- CAl treatment They have all the rough lumber awed andbauled on the lot fur the church We desire to have it finished before winter sets in olditimoThero were 23 women and 30 chflj dron present and all enjoyed the day splendidly JElder H 0 Downey filled tie appointment at Hedricks SundRY morning The houeo was crowded with ladies and quite a number bad to re Iunout ldeTbo4tb Sunday in July Bro Downey will bOa gin services at 10 oclock am fJ E Johnson lost a good young gherow tried to run heel past him He picked up n rook of Jour or five pounda nnd pitched itnt her The ock struck the cow itbo center f the forchadkillirig her inatant Y greatly to Johnsons sufrprise a 9LIt1QkVJqt w9qStV rVV l oJ 1 r j L A ii Licking Union wnlkiugredngtunTroy Jennings wont to Salt Lick last Saturday on bueIneaAd vMtedWesBorn to John Ncwfcirk and wife st Monday n dishwasher Samuel Sparks and wife arc wiglasing in Elliott county thiH Joe Cogswell and W S MoKin ney wont to Snit Lick truding lnstI Friday William A and Joe Jones went to Suit Lick last Monday on opecial business r rTIro John R Jackson delivered HCpofOscar Willison laughter Helen end James Henderson wont homo to Washington Pa met Tuesday to stay till after July 4th Joe Jonesand wife William A Jones date Jones and wife Wid ow Jones Clyde Jim and Wash Thouiiis wont to Salt Lick Friday Wesley Armstrong wont ta Salt Lick last Wednesday to purchaoe tome tiling for n water well ho Iardrilling for tho Cumberland Tipc Lino Co Edgar Phippa accidentally shot Miss Muud Gibbs last WodnccdayAEdgar IS clerking in store Mice infest the store Pur ties bad been chanting at thom c frhatput of the room nnd the ball wont through crack in n plank Btrik ing Miss Mend on tho t hsr face just in front righteidecr She was in tho r Soomthought Mrs Clifton hEld struck hex as they had been playing She fell ngainut the door facing They fiout for Dr Pritchard of Ynta t oncoalsoDrLRobbinsof Snltfiick They put her under tho influence of chloroform and porformeda surgical operation located tho ball in tho Jawbone They got bold of tbo ball but could not pull it out a nwaccount of it being flattened It 8 believed that the shot will prove fatal The girl is suffering gret 7deal They took her to the Sa Lick Hospital last Thursday morn ing The father of tho girl is grieving much Forty dollars was made up to pay the expensao of treatment 8Slato Valleyy hfamIlySam Shultz Bold a mule colt to Sam Lath ram for 50 to ba delilered Oct lit Misses Aimer Toy nnd Lucy Ul ery were guests of Mill Wnona- s Sorrell SundaynMrs W E Atchison of Salt Lick wan a guess of the family of Snui Shultz Thursday night FIrstISOL 4VSutUrt y antI Sunday ebildroufy j rma f sis of the family of Henry rr i cli rSundayJ- Vndrevr Coyle wife and daughter Mary Hniinnh of PricEly Ash were guests of the family of Dell Rudder Thursday Ben Warren of Snit Lick spen tho past week with his unolo atida aunt George Garner and wife Be nie is very poorly James Snedcgar and Isaac To mra urod a tree on Dr Lewis farm on Roes Run that measured 36 Teet in circumference X James Sorrell wifo andchildren IfaatUl day night and Sunday tKurton A Shrout rtife cud little daughterMay of Henruwingsville WIr6 guests of Mrs ShrtmZs brother James Snedogar and rife Sun clayVMrs W E AlBhison of Salt Lick anti niece 1iIi Sue Temple man of Carlisle wore guests of the family of l m Toy ona day the past week I have teen informed there are some mountain preachers preach ing at the Ferguson echoolhouee telling the people it is wrong to have Sundayschools nnd contrary to tho teaching of the Bible that the church out there iswrong to hire their mistersthat a man that ci be hired to pourch can be hired quit the Bible say in Eccles 712 that money is a defense How is it a defense Doesnt it defend us against cold and hunger Doesnt it tell us in the same honk lOa 12v that money anaworeth nil things Some soy that is old Bible talk tJt read firTimothy GRud 17 and 18 verses Let tho tiOaru that rule will he counted worthy t double honor especially those who labor in the word and doctrine for the Scripture aayeth thou shall npt muzzle the ox that treadoib out the corn and the laborer is worthy of hill reward I ask the church here what sacrifice we are making to c 2honorc part of our income to God and hia I complylhold us accountable We have got leai honor it is due him and lots see that he gets it A FKIKND Questions In Geography Who Rhode Island Vfio did rennesseoV tj How much did Ohio What can Colorado I What made WJaconsin tVWho n71V1 a831ng Sing tllrof1JJQpo i J fc 1 t UaJ oSalt Llcl I Blackberries are on the markot horaIat relatives lucreAlucflngtonBiisees Emma Maupin and Ethel Hnll visited Iriendo in Fftrmers Sunday Mrs Emery Caldwcll dud child visited relatives as Beattyvillo t wookomGardens and crops generally aro looking nice since the fine rains Saturday W J Fell wifa and 3oDwith tj in Ow agingevilleJ IL Jackson1 temperance loco ture Sunday afternoon was greatly enjoyed by those who beard U to BaCovingtonweek lodging r prisoner in jail at each placeooTbe Miaeoa Walkonshaw and Ruport Warren nndo1tteasd a lance at the SprfowK lojiD nigti1 the pasIweektV 3 Misa Emma PisraV aiBville and Mrs Will Kauti ct dcM Piercs and wife Little Misa Nora BnfEe dugn fltoom a rdt head of the LV E 1L SLbanoon of ton lpppedfovor here Friday night on their way to B1e their unola J ABates a td crantonuA toughlooking citizen to be from North Carolina was ar rested early Sunday morning for peddling whiskey He carried c keg along with him nnJ wns very bold in selling He wan placed in Qffingsville jail to await trial Miss Fannie Glover of Flat Creek was in town Saturday Bho ill bo jono of tbo teichera in our public school this term The pa trono are l1cly in securing her set reputa tor Edgar Phippa of mouth of Caney on June 25th was shooting inK with a 32caliber revolver at rats in the store of Paul Clifton v itaRagland when a ball glanced an d- truck Miss Mend Gibbs aged 17 ears about the right ear entering er bead Physicians were at once and after administering chloroform an operation was per formed but the bullet could not be located The following day Mit Gibbs was brought to the Hospital here for treatment Time citizens t Raglnnd collected fifty dollars ntl placed It to the young lady credit in Salt Lick Bank The holcforable an X examination will bo ifp05sirWyoming Mr auies Gvgory vt rr sick Mcem a rc nnd- buitutij t3y woro briiVe 8cT Davo Hon rix of East Fork Jo one of his daughter last week by consumption t1hufurroers are having their wheat threshed It is not turning out fiery well THreo threshing machines pass ed through Wyoming going to kShnrpsburg and Mt Sterling Jeff Dawson and Lillian Hedrick vidted1ohn Hedrick of SAlt Liok from Saturday until Sunday oven Ing Time infants of Slate licked the Owingsvillo tads 58 to 14at the bl1Bebnllgome Friday afternoon How is that Come again The scribe went to Sherburne to see his friend William Bard near Little Flat Creek who is very poor ly and not expected to live JcIT Hawkins of near Salt Lick visited his brother Wallace jttt near FlamingCoWyoming From another correspanUent IMrs Hattie Manley of More head cane down on a visit this week Mrs Dr Phillips and family and Flemingburg S Mrs Ohio Morgan of MoreheaJ lyfweek returned home Several train here to attend the ball gRnUbtween the Indians and tho High School at Klomingiburg Thursday The Wvowingchoolwill begin next Monday Omar Barbers 15 tOltchef Sam dhlY IIi at won 1- ropairiog th q Ihouse thIs week 4The following Mnions from this- plnoi attended tile St Johns day lobration at Bath Lodge on tho 4thDr WSReevLT At John Hedger JohnQudfitll B Canyons and Omar Barber J D Myers Willie Anderson and Charlie Dawson tugsburgthird degree in the I O OF Cha tchisonA who has been with them on their preceding trips being sick didnt attendtfin a spirited and most amusing Aiua played on J TAtchisons lot tst Fridayafternoor tho Owinga villa baseball team splinterpull tbeWyomlngboysby i vjotBams wereoyclJly matched in nge and size except that Charlie Conyors hv ptcl tl on the Wy VV f j 0iS J r I Irbt J 7J1if1Iit if p 7Tse Z2 r dt Ji1r f 1tvu TI iMJMI j sUAYcbpLgr- and 1TrlNIC i r ipicnic will be given t reunion grounds near Salt Lick on the y FOURTH OF JULYiExcursion trains from Louisville and HuntTiXgtdrl I g ti0Z 7 ing side although no larger than tome of the OwlogsvUle boys was fifteen yearo of age while their old est players were only fourteen But tbo most eorioua objections the boytS hind to Charlie was not his e butyls knack fcf knocking reo and fourabaggorp Herman Williamn the baby as catcher and Walter Kincaid Hashca the first isO filled tbelr positions ftdairnbly Norman Atohison Ora rber and Om rRoilgersacceptofi chance In the field vrithodt error Ihll OwJngsville team is p sod of tnajfollo wing players Ales Goodpaiter Ruby Clyde Pead Edgaj Denton FboycI Eoaa Bank Thompson Tame Fiedirs Wrird McAhster and Willie Lacy They are all bright sort manly little fellows and took their foat in good grace promisingtbeT Wyoaiing boys a their next game which will bo r jod ia Owingaville soon r oyarcla Lottor rLonlsvlllo Post 4aniington June 20Not o urt6 fi big war of 180165 iKiln iUoky began te think about an tate constitution It was ii TeE7 oor time for the business loathe tarpetbag ers and scalawags were the constitution builders of those ays and were making some verj constitutions for theSoathorn- t States And so the people of Ain tucky concluded to put up with the constitution of 181950 which was urnedout by an exceptionally able body of State builders Repeatedly were the people besought to make a new constitution but they said tho old ono was good enough for them Blennally they voted on the question and the project was da foatud every time they got a sjhack at it And it was discovered that a new constitution could not be made according to hew and t e1fianceTo that end they violated the constitution and had convention anyhow There was much talk of sovereignty convention and the name of the people was invoked to break the law Thus a conren tioo was called bYa majority of those voting instead of a majority of the whole people as tho const utian required It was a very able body of men but it was a poori DkingDoubt1Iaccomplishedman of the lot His speech on the bill of rights it cia ply unsurpassed in the language It accomplished the iicposoible in that it gilded relined golluai painted tbo lily The epaech faIthe wonder ol tho convention of Kentucky and of the thinkeraaf the whole country heliovethougli they refused to put Knptts idea in the bill of rights As remarked it was uV tores ittitiL r inf- wB t r tJd be gInricV1 ttoit in Kent tuck licrc w r othing so un popular as n corporation which bad no rights a court or a Legisla tune was bound to respect It had duties though the duty to pay tuxes and be bUsknxvikd The con vention sat for days that became weeks and weeks that became months It wits very learned very eloquent and very garrulous It also oxccedirigly patriotio arid loved the dear people There were some demagogues in the convention 17thingsrooted against the corporations Those gentry had special aversion for railroads and banks anti there was some shyster work smuggled into the fundamental law of the land directed against them The seed of injustice was planted and its germination its efflorescence and its fructification was to make us all happy good and prosperous When the thing was submitted to the people for ratification demo agogy got on the stump and the argument was that the constitution was a good thing because the Lou isvillo k Nashville railroad was op posed to it The people did not stop to think thatthe Louisville dc Nashvillt railroad was vitally in terasted iq the prosperity otllopeople of Kentucky and the development of the natural resources of the State There was nothing in the State that a bad crop would cto- os much injury or a good crop so much benefit at the Louisville Nashville There was nothing in the State that high prices for farm products livestock grain hay tobacco hemp vegetables would benefit eo much as Louisville 4k Nashville But who can argue with demagogues and then get votes And so the constitution was ratified and is today the law of the State What sort IIfilme bns old Ken tuoltjhad t one were allows to bo emphatio he would answer a hell of a time No railroads have been built though no otbcrgeogra phical or political division of the whole earth surface needs rail oadaoVn4b There ia more to i ta Kentucky than o any other jipicf if only justice join in the invitation But whileKentucky has pot had A fair share of capital she has had a ouble portion of politics Unids ir- hield constitution the Stn e had lojig boiji Democratic Under the new constitution it soon bamnecessary to steal the majority if the Stataremalned Democratic Thus it was determined to make t against the View for tho StategTto o Republican and to thaterid the Goebbl olection TwI enactjecif It ha4tyo pur508cvto take the k4V ri itr4Voleinont of cbanceayrroiee iona and tf steal the eltotlwi if J fibs people rose in their maJMtt VV lapd restored the eloBx nt ofchaace r To do this the ablest l ller f the Demacratio party had trIjsr i e That was done on tbcharge 11 4tthr they were not DemflaimarT ot the little men got control MfHjtuoky is enjoying theItjJe V4t lit day They held the andIHall convention of 1899 jjbefore thesomething upr Court ef the State right now thati Buz minder of that affair Nearly 2jall Bill Stones delegates were Bgrtinat himthey wanted aoae i body else nominated One of AshI ffCourtfmen tin a notion that they then f lyeqhnoo to see overruled That fitThbyit saturnalia of lawlessaeuV tThe will of the people was set at naughtThe election was reversed Politics got into the courts JudgesV 1= went on the stump and held placesV j on party committee And now tbo j = tnjunotlonis as handy IB Kentucky Tweeds judges madk it in Newi 1 ffork Let us bop the sswrS 7 refela in store rT1ere is no law in rstb1tIV tcounty for a man who ia obnoxiousTto to certain folk in Brcatbitt 1tcounty The assassins bullet canVbe hired and the incendiarys town Ltjemployed What is going onvia reathitt will spread if Kentucky ikeeps on thO road she has been go 1 fjIfence covet his neighbors goods he will find a to them anda dveryeAnd itcameto pass after these rhthinga that faboth the Jezreelite nadn vineyard which wait ia jJezreeibardbyLhepalacoofAhslrVVV r rking of Samaria A iKentuokyhave in a law suit with Abab 1 No community can It along t f practice contempt for law andjmupt be the same law for high 4kVDemocraticpractice parliamentary czarismVand expect for order to maintain YV in fl judicialcircuit of which liei g judge A political party cannot practice czarism in State electioaeV r and expect political tranquility In the Sate A party that gives tl Simpon county thraetioies UiVpolitical power that it accordsstp a county of the same size iatb QlsponleJusticlr justice VV There ip got to be a new oi4r of things InKeotucky Equality te fore the law of every citizen must be provided and exact justice furVVDemocrat and Republican dike rsTi I1cyod by the courttirblzcan itVi another great iiV r w portunity Fortune has knocked i at that door iwico this time with Jt J both hands full SAVOTARD w 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