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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t c rL t jfI jorr74 WJr r b r J1A iuiir 5i 1 h 1 r i r f Y I t S 1 bt mmuffltc n r 00 t6 t VOL XXLV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 9 1903 NO51 pricesBesty J andffamburgiI FanoyStilrts worth Wc at 30o Mens Fur Unt Into style from 40c to fl25 Mons blue anti black Vorsteci Suits 4Ot 4 CtiiWrona Shoes from 2c to the best Mens Shoes from liu to the flncst n1Iv The beRt on earth nt this priceji x lens FIUlC Suits Underwear 3 anyoneiiandaomeWc i 1 After cowing several miles to town you ought to take the trouble to look around and spend your monoy whore the offered No tore In Ky cnn nil you goods cheaper than I can as my expenscs are the smaIIe8t My long experience enables greatest blugainR are c tee to buy cheaper NJh you have a 57wbell wIsh to commulUITilE LUOK by phone ring up Rain is badly seededin town and ielghborhood CountyCourt oil bender twine IEL A T BYRON eScreen doers and wlndowg mad I to order IhaoN Uttos iF JAIl joften ao k pt workini r 4dthey kept fain 1 jdL L OaIc formerly of tFJfigi1i edat Ma7BYIIIC 1 t weekon4u Items frona Olympia Sharps t burg and Shorburne came in too h i late last week LTS Shrout bnught 100 bbls of craof Wm Warner and 40 bbc of J T Horseman nt 325 4 tITb tll- Courtbouse c ncr te foundation for T tower Is laid and lbJj brickwork wilLeommenco soon q The Inst looult of the et800 4waibeard late Suday afternoon It II very early for the jartly t NithAiiel MrkIadtookcharg i cUbe New Owing flpie as pro t rIetor Wededay of last weekI viii JuIT HAYR ou ONETSO- plef 18 caLl and aattleIcrry the celebrated Wonder Mlqut freezers all alaps from one t I to six quart It Byron tlladware 01nntdKZtUIxE RAXD1UDE Little Btue 4 grain eradls at Byrons Hardware o 1 Buggy 1rneII In hand made I endrctorylarce line cIo o prideel dUltefl whipa nnI y net i BYRON Buos vj nhn rctera ia IIPlJriUll PnS tI It thll ell to the other extrtrne aCCftIotiyC eent8 a dozpnJhn Iks too cute for anything In it ti The Sat Urk bal bn club Wft I dlflItd here by tii QingevlUeo CI Friday by 9 to 7 4 The aamp ne wJianeIyetnteatd and was a aaer 44SpiJhn Rnznrud Ii yeAIP Rn nr Thomas F Rnnr or MonrcI Ferry die4or consumption Mon day night June 29th and wall rfllat Slaty Point 4tIftI teti at Olympian Spdngl v ahntteelast futt er than tbeppnutacotlldrrry it 1 off of the boosts en Mr Geyedon I theaulle tn reports yeic c win underselt alt comp8ttlon 0 n i queenware aedgiasewaro Sees onIs a before buying ICL IA T BYROX iJ IALzOnJul13thUOI Coun 1 toU ay will 1Iat publIc 44t ausMala atke Ce toe door In 1i OwiIte the brick relidenee fr d ser 18erel of of thetV- latellrLelUe ConBerIL R H CORNISR ClisNE IIUI1IIlIce8S80rl toO rPIerwe are prepared to ti 0br eYytagitUheIieef blackernildraed earriagerepair a wrsteIaist Is d thSPtkqHipnt sad medere service s i tr use dealer In rBtetaee furnltb re of all eexiptioie Call and Bee batY11 D FARIS 0wlngI1Ulelry f e 1LBn Funeral Director aad I mbalcr c5r InrrtxoThe Thomal Clarke rHiN HR aMondayITe1y13tk Couity i OwhignilleJC1WmreR hepr t0 e held this year lOt ys Jonx8Asuaasoir oemninderM CA1STZrBEISSIaSD Cl y 4I gedc iMI 8Iartbl Seep ii 4 j aej prewint young people or JiJehoJ qHPtywre married ISt Mtby E1derfl Hose The aLien d ARtlrere FEltill and Mis- Lizalev3 Steihensaister oftheb i e ir tgrrMie LueyrIi Qd southwest of town e 2 at ieek night i hoeerof bergUestsMises Mini VeraaIllesJuIiefcz iittjt iiJthei H8 MIeEIIn Botte Mary Qn JlerEmy Brother SaHie Pads I Lillian IMugh rty and Either 41au1bee Messrs E 11 Broil icr Jlcot oOdputcr Sherman Good iI s peeler Duke Hampton ChrieE- lBrolietafrdy Rex QOfnelis n Ice andeakes were served and the oc pjq much cnJoye I k USp t i Lj J SRo6 T IJ j J 4 tJf i j ift1 r t tS = LJ o ti J ti t o 11i rPERSONALloUIlS itiny Kiacald Is sick E J Power oll run lort was n town Friday on business M D Furls remulntJ confined to lila home with his nllinuit Miss Desdomona Ewing has bee 011 tue sick list for several days lss Lola Hurst of Sliarpsburg is the suestof Mrs 13 M Uoodpastoi Oscar Palmer Is getting along very VeU with his attack of typhoid foveiIt rrs D S Estill went t Fri tloy to vIsit Mrs lnrYfItihukeiII W Jr Daugherty lii Loxlll ton returning huirid Sun day yMrs BascouL Sturgelt returned last week from a visit to Louisa ntidotlI or points Prof J W McUnrvcy of rdI80n male Institute Richmond la here business spentIJllendrixs thrdayBourbon county thoRubertwa indstnioinTliveIromC lyde Daniel with Hrnumun IIoFri TdayElder and Mrs W K Pendleto- urued a ret Sunday tram a trip to Win eli estet and Lexington since We nesday Starhngsick AlUe Is getting along fairly well now roshua Ewing Clark PatersontN Young and EinmetFrntman wont tn tIie terFoutiIos EldtweekMr s Samuel Rutllff w1tse dent was expected Eh1r T ila edughterflQiJittII8 Peeled Oak Church dication Sunday 310lles Brady son Jlnnes Mills Ka tie ICenney aiii ltrothlr Enos 0 Co Mr firesEugeneMinlIian tr lienJuIlnliatllrdytolpeJut a mouth with htr r lIary it Samuelt Will Ruhy Hazslnigg and lIar1EHili thet latter n eon of Drck HI- retnrya I R Shtp Rmc uP trotit Frankfurt tjnturday tEturning haiti c- V nay Pattorani wont to Wiu cheRtr Monday to Join Mrs Puttfr rRETUfsduf 0ing I Cloy fleves of tllore8 Fnicompanied his sitar Mst MarigUtrltc here Thursday The litter t in kthisHORSES voz SArRI have i3rarold bay geldings for sale brnk e to drive lAd ride and 2 5yeorI pes T S Suitnu- BOSTINQ HOTA change c1 WaltbetClerkshot weather spigot Wednesdtty ef la th tthlshotenoughforyou IthMos WAIrrED HuConltateayburn Hicks at Soldier Cart county shot To Pouch and Jil other ton killing the form r is said that the brothers wer inking but unarmed flic- ie Jailed atMorebead but ere being feared he was rem tIe jail fFnue tAOEORATA traveling ae robat a tlcollectioRdo kaubtck ti thateddllooated his hip and neck each te- th M satisfaction of aplilioian and rned his pittance collected I fEucnD OvncaasRoberts 0 n odge No 91 A o U W on ti 10enl of 1st lo cowingm W LoorkmanBMan J I Barney Overseer Eugene of a IIFinancierVamp Smoot Guide Wm VonlandwIn Inside C nelark0MFeaodoalEumllCraIITUEBIG Mrrzonirz If a rTholl J PorgrmpfthoCarrIngt on eigjtborhood was in toleo us onday lb says that beBid tee rof Oliver O FarrlngIonCural or Geology of the Field Colurnblan Jleum of Clirago there have en three other men from a die ance to see his big unCteoriteW Irt GltySoUon1eYonk City and Mr CoUins of Iennsylvania Offe r were made but not lIeeopted 51 ire Pertram c Ihinks oJsendlng t tie StLo ula Exposition if he dsc4I tt lie e weighed it Qna pair n sosles reg eteringl on1y 200 por is find it weighedmore thsnilo ould inarI sI f 4 r 1 i MCCANN MURDRWarren Sto nero formerly of Alt Sterling wt hold in St Louis in connection wii murder of James l McCann the Engliehstronel suspected of the crlmebi 11thero la no evidence that Stoner is Implicated he being simply Inti mate with McCann Rrv SAKFouDBramb1etr K Dear OUTlOOK I will close in meeting near here Sunday night July 5th Hue had fair crwds an dsome professions of faith SundayIdsist in a meeting at the old Cas lity church Plcuu send It IenjoyTnnOaTLooir Yours as ewer E L SANFORD MEETING CLoBEDThe Christie Church protracted meeting close J Tuesday night of last week The services were very Interesting thr oughout and largely attondetdaElder Pendletons andIwute very fine eed Sixty dollars were con buted to remunerate wh Bliothe following Wednesday wo MARRuOECC Horse Ion of Albert Horseman nea ettrWilliams daughter of t e t8Joe- Williaml of Mooros Fbrry ere byElderNorris and Miss Blanche Willimll we litMosesd Miss Margaret Sorrell dauglu of Newton Sorrell nil oUloaro ry vicinity were married by er B U Ross Sunday Tnt GLORIOUS FotnvnThe aywe etilebrato wlInt celebrata by the grown white fulke here OXClpt by a strenuous endeavor to got cool and stay tha way The s weather was hlllihl Tho young sters burned powder in the form oJ works nicking nClilO and n bad m edkThe colorpd people parodI andI me petingmu sic ctccaThiti op ClHJffiOFonMA Th cannrpth sur MgeonsThursdayheart 1phyeicianu he preferred to nIsi operation to suffering the paine yesnidhp a lowsisteroHthiC town Deceased was ta elrII R sd a i fbIliicf J8CnClarkBalk orCIOt aj ed about 18wai tet8c1to b seball catchers mask fromfr fthematcbtle colored boys saw the thaT I drcported that Banks had lui a It ia the mud of a pool In thiWlet The mask was round Bai s came through Police Cour t wltti a bond of 250 to await Cir eitt Court The witnesses wet d tlOO each Banks went tI ja ta rjet4Sc1 of the wood Ballka is no ee- ut PPr eti f rfli tCBOR1 DRite4T1ecFaIy S ed tiledtfededt tlon Vle giChurch beth4dlstTheIHiU41ngabout five hundred people vftuld not half get inside Sunday VLouisville toWilmoreofWhendlnnertimecame treated to ont of the Onen din rs on the grounds ever partaken goostous and everybody was invltod whepronIslons IIbhffgrhbeutenIn the nrternoonEld Tinutlo y I- IItntcd that there had been 130 d 1debtednelacklngbefore the dedication exer e ises could proeeell Ina short 1 time that sum was nide up Rnd gonielyhesidespreached the dedlcatarr sermo rreajio f 4L r III L R FOUND DEADIt was Teported foundhHill his throat having boon cutCecil aIsspectacles etc OWINGSVILLE8 SUrERIOR MANn FACTUREOvingsvllle has ono line illel whose tame is wide Tspsu MinIhnnddlery than lies a regular trade for hitgoodB In various States because In quality of materials and workmen ship lila product cannot be surpass ed andseldom equalled He Is Just now t1IhnJ orders for fine sad dies to be shipped to Chicago and saddlessid ad neVppervertising DANCING PAunrrMjssCathenjno ice west of town re a party to younger social se f town Mon In IndulgedandIcu served A splen d t e W811 wereMissesLolaHurstDuclley13ottl ry Renaker Edna ByronJAllce Lottie Atchison XMessrs Wallace Gudgell Joe Conner Jew 118110nBOlllIon i chaperones Mr anti Mrs A NS Crook Mr and Mrs Ford Pattercson vFaoM tblawas laid in 1867 W U depolitcd in a mule a Daughertyt the ri MaysvilleWeckly c r 4enI h sday of lust week Mr DaughertyJ UnfortunlltoI Mercurydened1he frNgwcnts lire very ntctt81ng The Courier was edit by George H Prentice and Paul KirhyChid8n column f1 n d e 1lJr t P11 Jh wiT Stli111 t i aeekly oftuy JtJiId with tbCourlerI Journal of today about us a tallowSpdle would with an arc ThcEaglewasedited by Thomas Green the Mercury by Anno dsay and the Sentinel by M RIG C Lockhart While allure int wierestingd with news BUGGY SAusT S Shrqut sold to or traded buggies with the fol ing persons since June 27 ingsvilie preclsct Jamu s Boyd ilygh Lowrey T J Jones frRayiton precinct barn Donahue- rss1oy BarnesTIi hard D1R Bishop- yeming precinct Dellas Gudgell wIi Power MieGAAmei IlickHenry Brown wlW POInter I rockaway- HIh Sherburne r ts W Wilson Jr etngCo Ferry Myers Ifin need of n buggy he will ve you 5 reduction after July th until be sells the 40 new onel has on hands both In rubber steel tins case or credit SaVoyards LetterTContinued from page vaDtagein his party that he holds Gent Jackson ordered the nODn nation of Martin Van Buren force President In 1832 II Roose lt sec8fit he can name the man goon the ticket wish himThera- Ns been something in the ealurt Idgetlon whatBenton was toJackon and Conkling te Grants has lug ated Seniutor Boveridge Itould a rather unique ticket Nobody would know what the headof oultt do next and nobody would ow what the Cello it would ifandtrue youthful Indiana SenatorfenUrie to accepting an Ticerson and John C Calhoun did not dainb If RIseelt says lb ord Jeremiah J3cveridge would a1 make brs ad904 There is n log sesion rsf eon dldrichSenttte liaclzled that tito ReJ tiublicanhe Lite si1 lid ot i J j b r It i RacketStoreOur purchasewhetherHere are a few reminders of how cheap we sell MI1OIIS Rubbers doz 5c 1 h 70cIStone Jars gal8c 2cTin30Tin1Oqt Tin Bucket15c 30Large 581Fly976Donr 4oJelly38nSummerGorsets CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W HEFLIN SELL I NC- H OUTo QUIT BUSINESS entiretockMILLINERYDRESS GOODSNOTIONS My stock consists of awns Dimities White Goods CalicosCot I tons Hosiery Corsets Underwear mentionOMEMRS D S ESTILL Owingsville Ky 1prochr 1ling GtJ Tawney iii to ch Uncle Joe Canh n how to bo anCongressd wHltrybring the expenses of a Congress thin the and A half limit and that also will be In the nature of InterestingHowever Ro osovlt out of first TheodoreI Re pubUcan party they will break tbo bellyband You can depend on that SAVOYARD When a mn turns his aUontion om poetry to poultry he rote mi s interest in the icy HOS J JOKSLi- very Feed Sale Stable OWl NOSVI LLEKY Headquarters for horse nd muli buyers lolephono connmction with Preston Station PUREBRED POLAND CHINA HOGS 1U SALE BY V C RAZOR Salt Lick Kyin C Q RAILWAY Da1i except BUfld57 All other daily ratuI 22 and 2S carry Dining car elnH- enl aIacarteaTI Tur or TaAIKaAT P3t0rORiBA8TDOUlD Io2to22Ist4e pIi 7o21WzaTBOUXDtoo21 4830 o 25814p n o21 + i13pnx- prel Trains lot LoCll1lIIe Lexlngtol Cincinnati WaihinOton New York and Eastern ClUA CAUTIONIDnot think how liable yon are not t0 purchaso the only remedy unlversl1l known and a remedy that has bad thelarge8 sale ot any medicine In the world since 1863 for the careand l treatment of Consumption andI hroat and Lung troubles without eluig its great popularity all thcseI years you will be thankful we calle d Attention to Boscheoa Gonna Syrup There are so many ardh1ary nuRhremeclies made by druggist goodlor i oSleclllIytorllcult expectoration and coughing uring the nights and mQningli ere III nothing like Oermtu Syrui h cent size tins just boon iuttrc- tietit this year Riu1ar flzo ri At JOHN t IIU1tUOUHH r 0 j 0 f 1 d I t t 0 p s Mens Socks pro 7 5 2jc Gingham Aprons lOc Mens Heavy Cotton Shirts 25c Owingsville- Kentucky Etc billion Tliisls Quarterly Report of the SALT LICI t DtPflsU B1NKi Bait Lick K n lSinURESOURCEB IrJlzgoen1roftsOvordrafu unocured IIlDlloIlankerl inxi iofrom Trust CompanIes IO2tt 5721491 roHRnklng 1I0ule nndLot Other lIed Mortgagee EstiuleDueOlher tL BondsDuoBIHpecleCurrency 3Oi00Exchange for Clearlng 340 Ot 4510 01 oiFurnlturoFund to Currunt pOloxeCI FILIABILITIESCapital Stock IuId lnln Cash1500050rpm Fund 100 IXExp ScDueDeposits lIubJect to checkon bloh lutereat Is not Veposlt ubjoct paidCapinterest is Demand paidUndwhich interest Is Time crtIflcatos paidDepwhich interest Is Cortlfted lne ChecksinDue State Banks and DankelllDflue Trust Cnshlera CompaniesTimHili redlscouotedSaTaxes due and unpaid Capital btock not paidDue rofny or flrro inciuding In taa liabili Iy of the companyor Ity of tlrmthollabllLIthereof directly ur indirectly It Tax percent Cap inte and actual amountoVurplus ut Ihe bonk tnboveHee ltcllon eat Kentucky Statutes 17 3 Hlghelt of any dlroctor ur Itudebtednessther ohuch Indebte exceeds cent of paid up capItal lopercentbRnk In 8ee Section B3 Kentucky atatulea the now IIam ecared 2 floes uUonnt of indebtedness ofSeeImy person company or arm eluding In tho corn a pony or firm the ilabiitty of the In of thereof exceed of and per cent of raidup capital stockbanfsOSIatemouutofauch Indebt lice Amount of last ti D WereSuUepenssslouesIntercstelud re declaring dividend and was pan not than 10 per cent prolltll of the bank for the ofnetinpovered by thedtvillend sel Jdend800 Section 045 1oniuCky StOtutosI A and forRtlhCount of u pro Allen If Points Cashier of the SaitLici Ihlbulllcss Seeatl1t18aldHanltdlY or JunelPOII to the best of his know Sta lbusinesse aoted It tile location named and not else Ing RtInfurUngwhle UIIALIEN belW1108ubsorlbi wllJfr conllllsHlon expire tit the end or Ihe otJ iet sesiuu of Ibo Senate paUl getlourIi ttdols c r 4r s j so i SAM ATCHISO3LrDRUCCIST FINE WHISKIES WINrSrOBniGO 11f nRS t A ftJ rd ttl BUY GREEN SEAL HOh L ltFOR MEN WOMeN and CHiLDREN MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY U S A fCf WITh OUISVILLE OAKTANNED SOLLS4he J bestwearing leathe in the world 0 Ior le saleby Oscar iuanuterKentucky V l lJS Best GaQ s FDr Least Maney Is what you want Come and see if I havent got them I have just received a newand corn f plete line of CLOTHING SHfESc 4shoesState Dont take my word for it but come and see for yourself i Men and boys when you iieda suit of cloths come and price mine I know I monIey than anybody Mens Suits 175 to730 See our Mens 5 Suits tcf170MenlI ASeeGenuine furhats rgu1arI5O 89 Mens LIeuAIat Mens ttLadiesregular t suits underwear for 70u i II CASH PAID FOR EGGS OrCQf nuart rr Report of the 4 OWIHUSVILL BAjCOS tA the close of business iuuo MIIIOIS UESOURCZSOloa ns and flve Ove DrdraftsUflaOCUredfrom National Iianks7iO 2S Dnkersfrom Trust Companies ICXOtOlherMor tgagesOtB rStocksatri BondsCie encyJ55 ooaool 01 bangoforCieariflgsV FalinredtopaTaxsI Expenses Last Quartor- enseAccount lEt I 560431- LI 0 BILITIEB ital Stock paid Inln cashi000 00 Fund J011 ivided PioflIs- Depositors a roll wl vizUIn IlterestositssubJecl tochookton which terest is psI0 and oertltlcnte Of depoiII on beich Interest is paldltGI Ill l1GU ngs dcposltiOfl which Interest 1s pnld chocKS NtlonaiBaflksr sic IDCState Ranks I Bankerslall ne Trust Companies enhlers I hecks outstaudIDS s rediscounted atddtvldefld es due and unpstdUital Stock rest account liliiii SUPPLEI1ENIARYF111lelt any tockhalder person compa a ofty of the IndivIdual membelllI liIndebtednesSof capital tock ncluallpaldI cobankPoow Is indebtedness stated In 2SectionUighelt amount of lndebtedtle RnJ director or otfleer it amount s oftotk SectIon Kentucky t tables How is same secured oosamoulItof lndobtedflcl of 5ingclduni5ercentofpaldOPual surplus o en state amount o such indebtan essIfWere an expenses losetntersSt 7declaringfofltsnftliebaukforeovored li the dividend carried toiurplullfllnd before said d waideclaredS- ectlQfl Yea aid Kentucky Btatutesul 1- 0toolKontucky County ot Beth sa T1fBrownCshir0Thu10 Donk Co n LIntik loc toll and tolnll bueitI is N O street In the town of OwlllnlIIe b laid countr beln duly awolI says the going report Is In all rcpets a true enuiutof Iondillon Kid Dnnl8L close of bushuris on the into day of s e lt4I to the bout of his knowledge DIIlI ef oNd further says tnnt the businessiIDank has IJentranctl1d11111111 unit Out pltwliero und Itzuat tbOve rpOtt Is made in eoinpflarI- C It k an otnCl1l1 notice tecelved retary Of htate3eetznntinix tie 3QttnlIiY u uneiOlIaStt1edayDLWbtVb 1 wade M UIlHRr Preldent flire1rIt1 it BLIOWN Ulrclor- tubroflh nnll Yorn to berrellrown bY T lIstIlt th trtri nf 3nr 1A f GUDCiUIi ftaryrcil1eJln dCrIuiiwb4ou xplxes ct Ii P f of t te r One door above potoffie I 1 1 statement of Condition of fCFARMERSBANK O wiisvi4e t at too eIuS bua1n7GJ D lO ts itLiouRciLSan and discounts 4Iverdrattsocurrd ltI0t UI iO vrtdaf1a unsecured 5uefromue irma State Baus nd flank eraS 2438 uo fruns Trust Comllnnl ankingitouseand Uut1J5lX 1 OtherReaIEstltle tM ortgCges tBond a beciliocki nd Bonds pecie 8246134 urrency 17531 ro Blchanp for CI06rlngs 2sv iS20E4 5therIlurnllu1ennd FIxtures IW00 uwttopayTaxe Ii urreal Expeies Last QuarterS VtI Give description location value east Iho owued ulll1tnl estate IX banking house and lot If any owned longer than dye years rsiT OS IIABIIITLRS jJp- itait4iookC paid Inln cash 5 IV flrplUuYund IW1 l f71DuoepositbsObjecttochicklonWblch interest Is not paid 25O14IBrfl eposiLiis9hJCct tocbectouwblch oi1Ielllllllll trJnlA i B iivllIgsuistlspuldSChucks PJ11Ic8Into fD uuTrustVonipauiO3 Rlhlors Chocks oUL ciUllpalllTueadutIndunPIIIIII iJFuudtopayrSUPPEMETATiI lligh stnrnountotindu tednr Iany stockholder pirsn com 1tty or firm treiuditig In tbUa iit of the companY or ItrttaluiiIyottbeinclivluuni uitnt era i oroof directly or IndlrII Il 6 Piucb Inuiebtedness exceed ro er tfi rulofcnpitalstocknctuniypddS jacaualnnoan or snrplz tofthebllnk tnne ioueltuifliillgbestnnountoflnLiebtie3 0 iunydlrectOroroRlCetfnhuiouflt fiiuria Iuideblct1nessescdsiQper IbonkS ail Section JlCentuckytatttte1 0How b uiuto secured statilou nlnuullt of Intlubteduosa of ny peuolIeompnny or tUrn In iijijuttiug In the lIabIlU of the rUtll JlodllnulIlper clint of laldupcapJlnl i r d actual surpius c idlbIOOnpslSIflutzuL Of bust ditWuini 24Ciln S all osponealolseslnterest 17 4S anl1lnxes UeducieI therefrom bt reiLMdnrlng tilvitleud Rlld waq less thal1ltt per rout of net t t rcooredtu surpluul fund before said dlvi enil was declared Yes j7tHee HecI10 Ientueky 8t8tules E ti Fia 3ItOS j S tate a Kentucky 1iOUiIt of Halh 4 JJLacyCazhicrotFariners Bank it nk loented atiddotlig tsssluesetNolaliu tnI Ii the cltlIf Cwlngsvllle to iltoOld couiity being dllIYIworn SA ISa forcIn report is cls PtCe t 1 talemlnt of the condition of the sadUnut at the cliseofluIuess on the II1tb r I JuqowI tothebestufbtsknowletige ii AbelelJ J that ttio itllIiIeis fit Ibid ffnr hoatieen Imosactedal tCeiuefi 7 r o namedaud not twberean Ihat the 4tlkIalof Etntde3lguahinctlIthaay F Jonl0 unstbedtuon wbichucb JeLIrI ILulJtbe wadeSJJL1CCashltr1ncohL4rErnLrctrJ or RnnatUOllllrwlt rTJ1W UOOIH81M tzttfuhuybueu4 SOflI tO toff p6 tnr1tJi J b J o r1t h rr T i t I 4P w1 7f4 t s OWINOS YuLE OUTLOOK S OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers OWINCSVILLE T KENTUCKY BABY FINGERS 4i 6h the pictures that are scattered on the floor VOh the little shoes and stockings by the door And the dainty little dress I Lying Mlko a soft caress Oer the chairarm In my study andcon veylng a caress s watch oer the baby wearer ever IGodmore sleep watch oer the baby wearer In her ep the lips that curve In laughter when l I creep ji Close beside the trundle bed headAeyes slumber and her chernb limbs outspread I Dreams and murmurs Dad loves oo dess a heap I tOh the world holds many other things than these Shoes and stockings dainty garments dimpled knees Other things1 than babys smile at d Than each loving little wile But the touch ot baby flngers makes the rest worth little while f God watch over where our baby takes f her easel 3 M Lewis In Houston Post mi = j L1 Mystery of the Bayou Woods 1 By WALKER KENNEDY CoPIriht tam br A N Kellogg New pop rCo CHAPTER 1ICOSTINUED When the chIefof police entered the place the barkeeper Mr William IloggR looked up slightly alarmed Then he seemed to reflect n moment 4raidthe expression of alarm was Site ceeded by one of relief The chief had nover let his eye wander from Bills face foritwas to a certain ex 4 4 1 tnt nn open page when read aright I Ji h Had Bnjjgs at once put on nn air oft hi J defiance the officer would have said This fellow knows all about the af I t t fair but he will not tell Tf he had ishown signs of fear when the officer and without appearing to t reflect had assumed n jaunty vn sits 4vs f ploious or a defiant air the chief would have been sure that Bill had r1p himself taken a hand in the crime t lint when he stopped to reflect the chief knew just as well what was 4V passing in the s nmps mind as if he t hail spoken out If Bill had to review t the recent past in order to ascertain f ia whether there was anything for which he could be wanted it was evi- ilont 1 thnt he ws not implicated in lj 1 I the murder 4 v The chief told him that he and his friend wanted to warm themselves sfora minute or two asked him a I fev questions satisfied himself that Hill had never even heard of the trag r edy and then departed That place offers every Induce e1 I ment to n man to go out and assas Zkp ilnate his fellow man but this time f VjJirI itplays no part in the tra 7 1f edy Our labor Is simplified that much for wher we have to examine the denizens of the Den as witnesses JtbereISSO much jiirnamentnl artistic lf f and clumsy lying dons that it Is al ymot impossible to get the truth F Sometimes however those fellows i have n trick of telling the truth just Ctothrow the police off the track They now drove around the woodsy until they came to the rouOllabml ath already referred to ICment of Herbert Wright The horse i was hitched tOil tree and the two e mm began to plow their way through Esnow It had melted just enough to make their footprints ns distinctI l r J ns If they had been drawn In J list on paper Suddenly WnrlccaUed attention to the fact that there were el oroyprrnu In l1e1iliow I tS thnt some oneelese tItan Wright Iandtraversed thppath It was fur discovered that the footprints i were pointed In opposite directions M In Other words bneof the persons V had been coming to the city and the t Vother had been going from It It r would be Interesting to know who I had taken the roundabout path from p the cltynn why he had done so It a i occurred nt once to the two men t r t 4 ti that perhaps Wright had gone back i by that route 4 This suggested nn examination of 5 1t tracks and H was immediately dnppanonttbnt they had been made t S bytWilCrSOflSorntleastbyn- t person who had worn two different 9 r kinds of shoes for the footprints were nothing alike It was known that Wright had made the tracks C 1 pointing to the city but who had a made the others Following the trail was ea sy to the two men walked 1 z Z rapidly long toward the scene of the i murder This trip through the Bayou jt anslnspiringrltes gloom and the wind took its way l with a desolates insistence through rty the somber trees No noise broke the 2 silence save such as was made by the icIt3 tUsKlmllarityfexpresslon1n ia there was only the cold calculated Interest of a man plying his accusc q Irdc tomed trade while the face of the i laUerquhere1 now and then with the irt excitement of an experience too t i reportorialUtesteady They made n strange con 3 lei tbroughlhAt length they came to the object iI of their search the thing that had once benJom T Wright the Cot pICing The dead man lay on his his face turned up to the sky nd hlsstar eyes fixed upon the black brandies of a tree overhead yS There was frozen blood in his hair and his head rested in a dark red pool that stained the snow The offi t cermade as minute anocnmination as Ir t possible without touching the body of the dead man Several blows had been dealt upon the head with a bind 4b anyeIt was possible that an examination i of the body by the coroner night re t j i veal pistol wounds that could not now be seen naccountof the position of t J theo1pseThe face of the dead r man had upon It a look of ghostly surprise which was presumptive evi dence that the attack had come withb out any warning whatever t71 EveJt1 lngVould indicate said- theotliceJtJia the attack Had come from behind and that Wright felffor V rdiamlthat the murderer beat CC him about the head until he killed him Ilia gun you see tsat some distance beyond his 11his hat i y 4trctioBftUa i say A harI Ward that ome put be I mf pKL JiIU01 has toushe jf 4 Cit bi T r9M ic t1tu k i tf IJ t 4 Ir i t tiff t 4 Iijo r Ii h 1 ttroJtr I a 1 i Y JJ 1iHi t j i3ia nnces of the snow which seems to be recent the body has been turned com pletely over I wonder If the foot prints can throw any light upon the subjectYoung Wrights footprints told n clear story He had evidently come straight along the path brushed the snow away from the corpse discov cred who it was and then hurried on to the city It was certain that he hall quickened his steps after mal ing the discovery for the tracks were wider apart than they hall been be fore and there could be no doubt that he had not loitered about the corpse anti that he had not tampered with it as very few of his tracks could be seen there These facts told thnt much in his favor The unknown person however seemed to take a deep interest in the corpse His tracks made almost a circle around itIIUlI as his foot hall slipped here and there in the snow it was evident that he had tugged at the hotly and turned it over There was also reason to be here that he hind examined the pockets of the clothing as the coat was thrown open In such u way as to suggest that the Inside pocket hind been rifled or at least searched This however could be dismissed ns u mere surmise for the contents of the pock ets must have been extracted nt the time of the murder I amafrahl this clew will not amount to much said the chief Why For the reason that I can Imagine a very clear explanation of the last comers action He stumbled by acci dent upon thfs death hotlywith its face down Naturally he would turn it over the better to see who it was Failing to recognize the heath man he would probably search the pockets to see If there were any payers that would lend to lila identification If that be the ease said Warde end this is an honest man would vat hia first impulse be to notify the police YeS or else some of the neigh hors If he has notified any of the neighbors It is reasonable to suppose thnt their curiosity would have brought them hither by this time Icnplrt as you know will walk miles fo see a dead hotly specially where the death involves sonic horror but thrre if as yet no evidence that any curiosity exists in this neighborhood It is also certainthat the stranger ill In no hurry to notify the police for he has continued on his way instead of returning to town If this man Is square he will some time today reveal his identity by notifying the authorities Hut lie may not be square lie nmny be a man with n bad reputation one who knows that his discovery of such o crime would direct suspicion on himself Or he may have noticed that the crime had already been found out by sonic one Wrights tracks being conclusive evidence of that 1 should not judge that the person who made these tracks was a vagabond or a rough customer him sell You will observe that they were made by n broad anti lint shoe indeed am sure the mysterious stronger wore arctics Now arctics are worn almost exclusively by persons in fairly good circumstances Your reasoning is very ingenious said the officer admiringly but still it would hardly be fair to connect a stranger who comes along today and tumbles upon a dead body with a murder committed a day or two ago But there is nothing to do now but await the coming of the coroners jury In making their examination the two men hnd been careful not to ap proach tv near the body which was left with t racks in te frno ui t as they wero That purevt cniIone was allowed to uun nt been found cuitit cmUIaIitVaimy rereIJatloii fhe coroner could nut coinI pW thnt they had been drauglltsmnntlre theIof the footprints made by the stran gem and then drew n facsimile of it j upon his Paver He nlso measured the distance between the tracks and averaged them The cliief did not i pay any particular attention t the movements of the young journalist regarding them ns the hnrmlrsK nc iKitieu ofIIn amateur detcctivo i Furthermore he fancied that the coroners jury was approaching as he could hear the sound of human voices amid all his Interest was now centered in the inquest Despite time lack of Interest shown by the officer in the latter wnrdescoujecturelll antI he took it he would IIIiThisImurder end It seemed to Warde that he certainly ought to be Identified and maths to tell jUSf4J hat be knew about it coroIIinvestigations of time tracks CHAPTKR III Irving Wurde followed the foot prints in the MIOU with ease and celerity antI as he did so lila mind was actively speculating upon the casey in which by thus time he haul be come as absorbed asn chess player is in the courtly strategcms of queens anti knights Ills intuitions told him that plain ordinary robbery hind not prompted the crime and if the minor crime had been committed it had been for the purpose of veil ingthe real motive for the murder When he had gone some distance the footprints turned almost at a right angle and cut directly through the woods Perhaps after nil the un known was out hunting but if such were the case the evidence of it would soon appear As the underbrush thickened and the ground became more irregular the trail straggled about considerably Now it en tered snowdrifts a foot or two deep then it ran over time tops of small hillocks and now it skirted piles of tangled growth Warde did not find the task an easy one but this rather stimulated his purpose and he plodded tubhornlyon Fifteen minutes more of tramp ring and he was wondering whither this apparently aimless route of the unknown would lend him when he found himself In the path whichmade a direct cut through the woods Here the strangers footprints merged with those matte by another person and took the direction of the city It required bnta moment to see that young Wright had made tho tracks leading from the city What strange fatality was this mentQconIllnu j 1 frtf ft aVfJ I their footprints crossed were idle questions to ask TitInewspaper man did not answer them but followed the trail hack to the city On he went until he came to time edge of the Bayou Woods anti looking to his left he be held the Devils Den What was his surprise now to find the trail stud denly diverted toward that locality After nil the unknown might loire been one of tIme habitues of the place When Wnrde reached the Den there were so ninny footprints around it that he found it difficult to keep up with the arctics anti at last he was completely bnffirllIThere was no use tr to the trail any further for everything was In hopeless confusion so keenly disappointed Wardu started for tho roundabout path which woitld tnkeI him buck to the scene of the murder He now noticed that the original trail over which lw nndthc Chief of police lOud gone hail been obliterated THE FOOTPRINTS TURNED ALMOST AT A RIGHT ANGLE by a number of footprints evidently made by the coroner and his jurIAs he was casually looking at theseI lie suddenly uttered an exclamation of the utmost astonishment forI there on the snow he again detected the imprint of tilt mysterious arcticI anti he soon satisfied himself that theI unknown limit joined the coroners jury and the few stragglers who hind gone with them to view the body ofI the murdered man There could beI no doubt of this for he found traces of the arctics frequently some little distance from the regular path as if the unknown had been pushed out there by the jostling crowd A wild excitement took possession of Wnrde anti he fairly ran toward time spot where Wright had been killed nil eagerness to look nt the man whoI wore the arctics nnd decide whether there was any probability that he had any connection with the crime Great was his disappointment to find that the botly had been removed and that the inquest had been adjourned forI not a human being was in sight On his way back he detected more evi dences of the unknown in the shape of footprints pointing toward theI city As fast as he could go he sought the headquarters where he found his friend the chief of police What did the coroners jury do he asked They simply examined the body and took In the bearings as it were ordered time corpse to be taken to the home of the deceased nnd ad journed the inquest until tomorrow Wright was undoubtedly robbed of a watch and several other valuables which so far can only be guessed at JToMilftrrow the inquest willJi von tinned n the Wright plaeeVnutil more UyI1I before you and yourself as to their value Wnrde then told time story of the footprints how the unknown hnd not gone through the woods but had cut across to the direct route anti was going back to the city when he fell in with the coroner and his party joined them went back with them to the redo of the murder and for nil Warde knew was a member of tho coroners jury Well that certainly is peculiar said the chief I wish I loud known it I might get some satisfaction out observe no one with arc manI thought of looking as it never occurred to me that your man hod mode u roundabout trip through the woods and joined the coroner Of course there was n con siderable number of stragglers who were gathered up as the coroner made his way to the scene of time murder J presume that officer brought the jurors with him He al rankllinat anybody to prosecute He will also devote himself to discovering who the murderer is I think we will flail him of service as he is n man of great penetration- I will call upon him and findout what he knows about Wright and get his ideas as to the murder That would be n good idea Let me caution you however nbont what you write for your piper It Is just possible that your ingenious theories may be true timid If you outline them tp the public you may render impos sible the capture of the criminal Well I will agree not to say anything yet on thnt subject provided you will not furnish the other papers with any of my theories as you call them All right said the chief with a smile if you unravel the mystery I think you are entitled to a monopoly of it- Wnrde then sought Col Franklin to lay his investigations before him an ticipating that he would find Ih the lawyer a more sympathetic judge oi the Importance of his discoveries When he had gone the chief of po lice gave word toa subordinate to place Herbert Wright under arrest on suspicion of being Implicated in the murder of his father ITo Be Continued She Needed It An old colored woman who had saved up a little money went to her lawyer to consult with him about in vesting it profitably When she was askedsays Harpers Magazine what interest she expected she answered In a very sure and emphatic man ncr Twelve per vent Mr Jedge When the attorney expressed some surprise she explained her position thusWell jedge I aint got much mon ey eliO6I has ter git a big per cent tEw41 UJN V 5 RIOT AT EVANSVILLE An Attempt to Lynch a Negro Caused a Race War City In the Hands of a Mob Several Persons Were Killed and Wounded on Both SidesHardware f Stores Broken Into Evanavllle Ind July 7Atoclock Monday morning this city was In the hands of a mob The troops have been ordered out by the gov ernor to protect the Jail which Is surrounded by 2000 men Two Negroes have bean killed In the race riot which Is rampant The crowd around the Jail Incensed at the mur der of a patrolman by a Negro Is shouting death to all Negroes The Negro hn3 been secretly removed to Vlncennea but the mob refuses to hi here It and It trying to tear down the jail Stone masons In the mob are chiseling out the bars of the win dows anti a battering ram Is bclnt used A white boy has been shot by i Negro an unknown Negro woman lias been killed and several Negroes have been seriously Injured The race riot Sunday was the Im mediate outcome oC the shooting of Patrolman Massy Friday night by Leo Brown a Negro Brown and an other Negro had engaged In a quar mel and Drown had sworn to kill his antagonist He ran toward his home to secure a revolver and Patrolman Massey hearing of the trouble lay in wait for Brown As the Negro came back armed hunting his enemy Massey stepped from a doorway and laid his hand on his shoulder Brown turned quickly a revolver In hand and shot the policeman in the ab domen The officer as ho lay on the sidewalk fired at Brown antI wounded him dangerously v Massey died Sat jrday night Tao steel bars of the jail windows could not withstand the rain of blows from the haltering rams of the mob At oclock Monday morning the crowd swarmed In and began a search for the murderer Police Capt Brcan nccke tried to check their advance by turning tile hose upon them When he ippcarod at the window holding tac nozzle a lain of bullets was sent through time window The captain retreated and no further attempt was made to keep the mob out A mobof 200 white men heavily armed was marching through the streets of the city where Negroes would be likely to be found Shots were Ward constant ly It was reported that another Negro had been shot In First street Monday morning the crowds on the streets wero Increasing and firing could be heard in all directions Did order and deadly rioting were every where and every one ofthe thousands on the streets was carrying his life in his hands The police were bclns cheered for numerous arrests of tie Negroes they were making Every time a Negro was taken Into custody tho police were applauded and huii drcds of people were following the wagon A whole patrol wagon load of Negroes was picked up on Water street and about 300 shots were fired as they passed up Main street Tho mob was still going through the streets looking for Negroes After the mob had been In the jail only a few minutes word vras brought that a gang of Negroes was congra gating at Budd Fruits saloon at No 415 Upper Fourth street and was fir lag from windows and roof upon the whites as they passed Tho jnpjj immediatglitiTbombard It A Hundred or more arm ed men upon command fell Into line and marched from the jail up Fourth street into the Market square halting In front of Fruits place Negroes were to be seen below and In mot o the windows but they quickly 6Is perscd upon the arrival of the mob Then upon command of the leader a volley of 100 shots was fired into the building completely wrecking It It was known at the time that there was a large number of Negroes In the saloon It Is thought that many of them were mild In the large buildings surrounding the saloon Several arc reported snot but no dead bodies have been brought in PACIFIC CABLE COMPLETED Message Was Sent Around the World In Nine and a Half Minutes New York June 6The Pacific cable was completed late Saturday night eastern time by the welding together of the eastern and western lines at Honolulu on board the cable ship Anglla thus completing tim en tire line of telegraph from San Fran cisco to the Philippine islands a distance of over 8000 miles A message from President Roosevelt to President Mackay of the Commercial Pacific Cable Co was sent over the new cable and around the world In 13 minutes nail Mr Mackays reply going east from New York was sent around the world In 9 minutes EuropeNew the pas sengers sailing for Europe Saturday on the Kroonland were Chief Justice Melville W Fuller his wife an 1 daughter and Mrs Leslie M Shaw wife of the secretary of the treasury and daughters Maj Justic Schelbert Dead Berlin July Gl1j Justlc Schel bert the military editor of the Krous Zoltung is dead He accompanied Gen Lees army during the civil war in America as an observer of the operations Walcott Knocked Out La Fontlse Butte Mont July 4Joe Walcott knocked out Moan La Fontlse champion welter weight of the northwest in tho third round In a battle for the welter weight championship of the world At no time did La Fontlse appear to have a chance First SWeet Car Strike Fatality Richmond Va July 4The first fa tality of the street car strike occurred Friday when Charles E Graham a striking motorman died from a morel less slashing At the hands of W H Lowery another striking motorman Four Heat Victims In New York New York July IFollr deaths and a score of prostrations were the result of Fridays torrid weather George W Middleton an actor who played with Booth Barrett and McCullough was taken to a hospital suffering from the heat A Verdict of Not Guilty Mt Holly N J July 4 MrsvAnnie R Phares who hall been on trial hero this week charged with the murder of her husband Albert Phares by poison lag was acqultte41Jr the Jury late Yti day LY NEW YORK BUILDERS STRIKE Employers and Employes Reach a Plan of Arbitration New York July 4 President Chas Eldlltz of the Building Trades Em ployers association announced Friday night that as a result of the protracted conference between that body and the committee representing 19 unions affiliated with the United Board of Build ing Trades the points In the plan of arbitration offered some time ago by the employers association have been accepted by the unions One of these Is that all main points at Issue are to be arbitrated A second does away with tho walking delegates The plan will be submitted at once to tho membership of the different unions U provides In substance When the employers have an agreement with their employes they shall have a trade arbitration board where all difficulties of that trade can bo dls cussed and adjusted but In addition there shall be a higher court of general arbitration board for the settle ment of all disputes between employ ers and employes or any question of mutual Interest Each association represented In tho Building Trades Employers associa tion shall elect two arbitrators to serve for not less than six months Each union the employes of which are represented In the Building Trades Employers association shall elect two arbitrators who shall serve for not less than six months and who shall be In the employment of a member of the Building Trades Employers asso elation at the time of their election The arbitrators from the union shall not be business agents Tho unions a3 a whole or as a stngl union shall not order any strlku against a member of the Building Trades Employers association collec tively or Individually nor shall any number cf union men leave the works of a member of the Building Trades Employers association nor shall any member of the Building Trades asso ciation lock out his employes before the matter In dispute has boon brought before the general arbitration board and settled Complaints shall be referred to tho executive committee of tho general ar hltration hoard composed of an equal number of employers and employes and It shall be their duty at once to organize a special arbitration board tu decide the points at issue No general arbitrator can act when the dispute Is occurring In the trade which he rep resentsThe employers shall be permitted to engage men outside the union they to be paid union wages If the union shall bo unable to supply the employer with all the men he needs and the em ployer may keep such men If his serv ices arc found to be satisfactory THE AMERICAN RABBIS They Declare In Favor of the Histori cal Sabbath Detroit Mich July 4Thls confer once declares Itself In favor of main taming the historical Sabbath as a fundamental institution of Judaism and of exerting every effort to Improve Its observance and instruct the execu tire committee to appoint a special committee to study methods of carrying this Into effect The central conference of American rabbis placed Itself on record on the Sabbath question Friday after an eighthour session by tho adoption ct the foregoing amendment to the report of the Sabbath commission on the question What is our attitude on the Sabbath question 1 flfllnesa cara also elected Friday aft- trloon ndiLbuiiaess was trans acted ano thNonrerwce adjourned sine die The Sabbath questlonrla taken up at the forenoon session after several committee reports had been disposed ot- A telegram was ordered sent to President Roosevelt congratulating him on his decision to forward the resolutions of the society of Bnai Brlth to the czar and thanking hint for It PREVENTED A LYNCHING A Mob Sought the Life of a Colored Woman at Peoria III Peoria July GA mob com posed of 300 white persons Sunday sought the life of Minnie Pei T0li ored who beat Perry Coombs a white boy 11 years old with a club Sunday afternoon until his body was covered with deep cuts and welts The woman was arrestedai1 taken to the police station before the mol could reach the horse When the mon discovered that she was gene they tore down her house and tbrew the furniture Into the river The attack on the boy was made bccaus3 be led a mule across the womans lit The Shamrock Disabled New York July 4A suddn shift of wind Friday brought Sir Thoma Uptons former challenger IpplocI and limping across the finishine minus her club topsail only for inin utes behind the slippery new cup hun ter Shamrock III- Patriotic Celebration Washington July IAlmost the en tire personnel of the post cilice dc partment Including the office of thi auditor of the treasury for the department participated Friday in a patriotic celebration in the post office building Yanger and Hanlon Matched San Francisco July 4The manager of Benny Yanger feather weight pugilist signed articles Friday for a return match with Eddie Hanlon the bout to take place in September be tore the Hayes Valley Athletic club Two Pitchers Released Kansas City Mo July 4 Pitchers McDonald and Souders have been re leased by the Kansas City American association baseball club McDonald will go to Minneapolis and Souders will retire from baseball for this sea son They Failed to Report Berlin July 4The Klelnes Journal In a dispatch from Kiel says since the departure of the American fleet It ha been ascertained that 105 American sailors failed to report for duty and It Is supposed that they have deserted Philadelphias Hot Spell Broken Philadelphia July 4The hot spell which began here July 1 was at least temporarily broken by a heavy thunderstorm late Friday afternoon The temperature was not as high Frlda as on the two previous days the maximum being 93 degrees Pier Destroyed By Fire New York July 6Jlre Sunday destroyed Pier H of the Lehigh Valley railroad in Jersey City The pier was used almost excluirely for the stor age of flour atid JlodtpOQ wth pI tb 6tapU was ccaiuinA r J r t f tefJ i Q c Q G If H q I INTERESTING STATE NEWS I jj aaa fta s9i i S 8s a aaa a 53a THE KILLING OF JEFF BURTON I His Slayer Removed From Madison to Henderson For Safe Keeping Madlsonvllle Ky July 6n a dUo ficulty at Earllngton Marshal J B Llndel shot and instantly killed Jell Burton The report says that Llndel had arrested Burton on a charge of drunkenness and had him In a buggy carrying him to the station houseI when Burton jumped from the buggy Llndel ordered him to bait which command he did not heed and Llndel drew his pistol and shot him as be ran The ball entered his back pass Ing through his stomach Llndel has a pretty widely known history Madlsonville Ky July GGreat excitement has been aroused In this section over the killing of Jeff Burton a young man at the big barbe cue at Earllngton Ky Saturday afternoon by Marshal J B Llndl who was brought to this city an1 placed In jail late Saturday after noonUntil about 9 oclock Saturday night the streets of this city were crowded with mad white men win were commenting and condemning the affair when all of a sudden the atreets were deserted and the town appeared desolate This caused the officers to suspect that something was going to be done by the outsiders and he hurriedly took him from jail here and slipped him out In a buggy to Hanson Ky where he was put on the midnight train and carried to the jail at Henderson for safekeeping Perhaps had lie been lefe here Sat urday night a lynching would have occurred before Sunday evening and that he is not now considered safe at Henderson as he may be reached by the mob there and be may be moved from that place DIED OF PARALYSIS IGcl John W Caldwell Expired at His Home in Russellville Russcllville Ky July GCol John W Caldwell aged CG who has been suffering from paralysis died Sunday night He was a colonel In the con federate service Alter the close of the war he returned home here amid resumed the practice of law anti In 3S6fi was elected county judge ami held that position eight years In 1S76 1878 and 1S80 he was elected toI congress from the Third district as a democrat and declined a fourth nom- Ination although It was said he could defeat any republican that might have been put up He became president of the Logan County bank and remained president of that luaU tuition until It went Into liquidation last August The funeral will take place Tuesday with confederate honors SO HE CAN BUY MORE FOOD An Increase In Pension Wanted By aILife Convict Messerla PCl1slonwas sent up for life from Pike county 15 years ago He was one of the prin cipals In the HatfiehlMcCoy feud and Is alleged to have tied a McCoy youth to a tree and shot him Messer said j hAJxas Innocent He said be wanteJ the inajfdntl n so QUM eat more The prison officials say he spends all his pension money for food MURDER NEAR HOPKINSVILLE Jim Grant Shot and Instantly Killed Harrison Hamby Hopklnsvllle Ky July IJim Grant shot and Instantly killed Harrison Hamby near here Friday Grant claims that Hamby slandered hla daughter He says he armed himself with a gun and went Into the flsld where Hamby was at work and de GClntturIherthe charge and attempted to assaui him when he fired Both parties are prominent North Christian planters Grant surrendered and Is In jail Off on a Trip to Bermuda Lexington Ky July 3Prof AMMiller professor of geology an I zool ogy at time Kentucky state collej e left Thursday for a weaks visit to I ierrnti da prosecuting Investigations p stain epeclallNew Railroad Line Madlsonvllle Ky July IPIa is for the construction of the propose rail road from Providence to Llsinan Ky a distance of about six or rules i1it in tjfljmJa centraA has icon completed and the right of way or most of it has been secured Teachers Will Hold a Joint Meeting Barbourvllle Ky July 4On July 27 the teachers of Knox and Bell coun ties will hold a joint Institute at this place This will be the first joint In stitute over held between two coun ties In this part of the state About 300 teachers will be present Alleges SelfDefense Owenton Ky July LJ S Jllorsan Friday shot and killed B S McCoy rear Bethany McCoys wife who Is Morgans sister was granted a divorce last week Morgan gave himself up He alleges selfdefense Charles S Brent Dead Lexington Ky July 3Charles S Brent one of the best known grain aud seed dealers andone of the wealthiest men In the blue grass region died Thursday morning at Johns Hopkins hospital In Baltimore went to have an operation Whlthrhe Found Dead In An Oil Montlcello Ky July ICarter Orobtree pumper for the Bennett Oil Co was found dead on the tank Thursday morning He is supposed to have been looking In the tank having been overcome by gas Fell Under the Wheels Paducah Ky Jily 3J D Hollis aged 38 years was run over and killed by a work train on the Illinois Central New Cairo division He was riding on a water car being pushed by an en glner when he fell under the wheels and was crushed Ho Claims SelfDefense Inez Ky July 3Jack Gllkerson was shot and Instantly killed by Ulys sus Fitzpatrick at Clifford 15 miles louth of here FItzpatrick surrender sd to the cflccrs claiming selfdr nee t 1 cl i1t 1j r v ceo Tro BLIND TIGERS Two Men Arrested and Fined at Jack son Kyi Jackson Ky July 3On warrants Issued by Police Judge Cardwell Thursday afternoon Provost Marshal Ion mlrl arrested Dennis Hayes and John Bailey operators of blind tigers Each confessedvpnd was fined 50 and costs and given ten days In jail A warrant was also Issued for Good loe Combs who runs a drug store licit whisky selling being the charge He was out of town but the warrant will be served on his return Though Breathitt county Is local option whisky has been sold openly for several yearsIt Is held responsible for murders and lawlessness and Judge Cardwell has determined to rid the county of the blind tigers and the step Thursday Is In line with this purpose A SUIT ENTERED The Measurement of Coal Land Was Short It Is Alleged Paducah Ky JulrlTbomas A Nevins an attorney of New Jersey filed a suit In the federal court here Frlda xagalnst the stockholders of the Paducah Coal and Mining Co for 50 000 The plaintiff claims he purchased from the company in March 1902 3400 acres of coal land In Union anti Crlttenden counties Kentucky but that the tracts contained but 2900 acres also that steamboats contained In tho purchase were not In good con dition Nevins Is the promoter who put through the deal whereby the property of the Paducah Coal and Min ing Co located at Paducah Sturgis and other Kentucky cities and Mem phis Tenn was sold to the United States Coal and Coke Co THE STATE PRIMARY Democratic Committee Approved the Claim Presented For IU Holding t Frankfort Ky July 4The demo cratic state executive committee ap proved claims presented to it for hold Ing the state primary election of May 9 last for 19694 This amount Is 3 684 in excess of the original assess meat of candidates before the primary and Is under the party rules to be paid by the successful candidates At Fridays meeting State Chairman Allle Young declared his purpose to continue the fight to oust the regular party organization in the Louisville district and put In an entire new corn mittee there Marie It Too Hot For Him Lexington Ky July4cThe report comes here from Salyersville that Burns Fitzpatrick the man who hung the jury that tried Curtis Jett and Tom White at Jackson has left Ma goffin county and returned to his for mer home on Jennies creek In John son county It Is said Fltzpatricks neighbors cut him and the talk was so against him that he was forced to leave Before leaving ho stated he did not think he would ever come back Feared a Lynching Olive Hill Ky July 6To save time life cf Clabe Hicks from a mob offi cers spirited him from the jail at Soldier this county boarded the mid night train at Enterprise and took him to Grayson Hicks shot and killed Torn Fouche andserhjusly wounde- jTLbn Fouehe a brother of the dead man at Soldier Saturday Flagman Killed Mlddlesboro Ky July 6A freight wreck on the Southern railway be tween this place and Luttrell Tenu resulted in the death of Wilson Til son flagman of Knoxvllle Tenn and the fatal Injury of Engineer Will Moore of Mlddlesboro The men were off duty and were riding In the ca boose to Knoxvllle Kentuckians Rare Disease Lexington Ky July 4Dr A L Andrews of this city left for New York to be treated for typhoid spIne by Dr Virgil P Gibney of that city His spine was fixed in a plaster of paris east when he left His is one of only 30 cases on record and the only one ever known In Kentucky Gen Clay on His Deathbed Lexington Ky July 4 Advlcca from Whitehall the home of Gen C M Clay received In this city Friday night state that he Is on his deathbed and that his mind Is entirely gone It is not expected that he will suivlvo the next few days Miners Crushed Under Falling Slate Hopklnsville Ky July 3Tiyo mia ers were caught under falling slate al Empire Burch Jackson was crushed to death and the other man was badly Injured They were loading coal In the Empire mine when the accident occurred Span of Bridge Burned Paducah Ky July 6One span ol the C bridge over the Tennessee river 2i miles above lucre burned and this will stop traffic for two or three dayn over the bridge Tile blaze orig inated by birds nests in the bridge catching fire from sparks Capt John Carroll Dead PaOucah Ky July 6Capt John Carroll a wellknown river pilot died at his home lucre and the funeral took place Sunday afternoon He was 33 years old and formerly lived In SL Louis Brood Mare Dead Lexington Ky July 6Thorn one of the best known brood mares in the country arid owned by William C Whitney died at La Belle stud Shi was foaled In 1880 and is by Longfel los out of Susan Ann she Lexington A Familys III Luck Covlngton Ky July 6The ily of Fred Krledeler of 120 Lee treet have been sorely tried In thevay ol deaths the past four months Within that short space of time three mem hers of the family have died Drowned In the Ohio Covlngton 4lCy July 6Jamea Harris aged 19 was drowned while bathing in the Ohio river back of the glassworks near Madison street Sun day evening Harris lived with his widowed mother and sisters at Beech and Philadelphia streets Fatally Wounded By a Target Gun Hopklnsvllle Ky July 6 William Reynolds was shot and fatally wound ed by Laden Long Sunday Long war practicing with a target gun wlen the weapon was acolclenUllj dlftharged Vw1VV- Cc47t 4 c1 1e sjA IiiSTARTING IT RIGHT A This Woman AVas SuperstItious Aboni Having Thirtvrn Stamps on Her Package How much postage will this pack k age requirelasked a woman at window of the Ravenawood postal eta tion relates the Chicago Daily News cents vae the answer Just exactly 13 Ve Think it would go all right Sure WouHnt it for 12 cents No madam Hadnt I better put H cents oa H What for- Thirteen is unlucky you knew Wouldnt it get lost Scarcely it be sure to fEiup atbedeadletter office Hardly Some pilfering clerk wouittUncle Sam s clerks are honest rWell that may be but Im not join to tart that stuff away from here with a hoodoo amount of postage stiekingjto The 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condition 44csus N a 41v It GodGiven Wisdom andi f rf Its Practical Uti1ityekc ToDayTfcSermon by the Iflghwy anci Byway Preacher t Copfright Igo3 br J EdsOQ I T Chicago Sunday July 5 Textu any of you lack wisdom let It him ask of God that tfveth to all men JIb raUv and upbraldeth not and It shall be I clven him1 James 15 N EARLY eleven hun dred years before the words of our text were written there ascended the throne of the klng dom of Israel a young man In whomwaaexempllfled ly their truth and meaning Take your Bibles and read the third chapter of I Kings Solomon has Just I been called to rule over the Jewish na I t tion In the room of David his father Among tho first acts ot his reign ha- worshipIt j 7 Vord In tho third verse of the chapter Is that Solomon loved the Lord walk 1 ing In the statutes of David his father and It Is with tire deepest reverence and t devotion that this young king recog nizes Gods claims upon him and his need of and dependence upon God 4 With lavish hand the king makes his offerings before the Lord The smoke of a thousand burnt offerings ascended from the multitude of altars erected r there The priests and the Lcvltcs havo r been rkrpt busy In preparing tho flocks 1 J of Iambs and the droves of cattle for the sacrifice All the nation knows of the religious devotions of the new king nnd 4hoitsands have gathered from all overlie kingdom to share In the cere 4 jf rnonfcs What a revival season was fi that for Solomon and the nation The heartsot allarequickcnedandGoddraws I e vefy near unto them He always does when the soul steadfastly sets Itself to 4 i EcckUho Lord And In the stillness of L the night watches durjng this great na 4 o tloial religious celebration God ap peare to Solomon In a dream And the wowls of the Lord and tho reply of Sol orann indicate the burden which was I npoj the heart of the young ruler The Jnew and great responsibilities require a1 Inct rased wisdom and abilities He did not have the words of our text to ad ii moi Ish and encourage him but his 4 heat t was open towards God and he felt the need of mo e than human help It var then that God catflo to him It Is u at uch times that tho Lord always t comrs The words If any of you lack wlFd m Imply a condition similar to that which we find prevailing In the lila a f1 t of Solomon at this time responslblll i lies Incurred modesty In measuring a bt personal abilities consciousness of the I uecd of Divine assistance the vety outset we wish to dispel AT thought or Impression which may prevail that this visit of the Lord f to Solomon His request that ho ask t s r of Him his hearts desire and the gUt of great wisdom In response to tho fi expression of the wish arc of such a t supernatural character as to partake of fbF the nature of a fairy tale Such col oring could bo and has been given to this t Bible story It Is fascinating to think i N f having the privilege of one wish and I then being suddenly and miraculously 1tluowed with the thing wished for But pueh are not the facts In this story be S Tore us I believe and there Is nothing V in the experience of Solomon at Glbeon v t v mv rot have reproduction In tbi llff atr c anev t orTI1s of our thyrl44Tmon fascination for children and for older ones too but its practical value has superficiallydsuptrn ii men was not one of those specially fa vored individuals to whom chance ti brought the golden opportunity of ex pressing a wish and then the magic wand being waved above him presto t rhanBfc ha was quickly transformed from an ordinary mortal to one en 1fT4 dowed with superhuman wisdom That U t Is not the way God operates Solomon Fought God with all his heart and the I rd revealed to him theprivilege which ft the soul always has when In accord with t tha will of God that bfasUng and re Or as our text declares if 9anyof you lack wisdom let him asks a of Uod that giveth to all men liberally antI upbraldeth not and it shall be glv n him- TrlESE 4 c r words of James are not In t to Imply that there are those j wbi do not lack wisdom and who thi Tforgdo not need that wisdom which t4cs from above No man has ever who has not needed Divine di- reoilon and help in the proper conduct t ani administration of human affairs vrhithefiSey involved the responsibili ties of a Iingdom or only those of the wo lt bnchin the shop or the care of r 1tilE modest humble home But rather dots our text refer to the one who has wakened to a sense of that lack of wis t dom which has previously existed Re sponsibilities greater or less degree come to everyone Modesty in measur ing personal ablliilcs in coping with recognltlontt L r are the lessons which this incident in Letaus consider our text under the lowing heads TIle need of wisdom y TJie courco tit wisdom The request for I wisdom the gift of wisdom The evi dence of wisdom and The influeni of wlsepm r of Wisdom At no time is U NEED so fully as when the soul is in the presence of God It was when Solomon was performing his religious obligations before the Lord at Glbeon q t that the sense of his human limitations c + and his great need of wisdom in admin istering the affairs of his kingdom were r borne In upon his soul It is only when one seeks God and comes into His pres ence that he can get his correct bear t tr ings amt adjust the compass of human judgment Solomon amidst the prince q JerusalemiI retinue of officials and servants Im i merE d in the intricacies of the affairs Godlc gITO thee and would never have felt I a great need outside of himself and have asked for Divine wisdom in ad ministering the responsibilities of the kingdom He must withdraw from the rush tot human activities he must get out of the sound of human voices that IJ he might manse that God was a factor in every human activity and that he mlght hear Ills yojM speaking It U so always The Waggon his throne and the hUslt jxnMat la the realm tie 1iobJ ltefl1IJcbli the aIt of i J IJM t4 Uiti 1 1 t tf it1 f fl oa1 J f t I 1j 3 Jllfr 4 jtl rrr lhr I r f ot I1CIit J1 i r r f 1 if t ios jt rr4At c i ipot man in whose hands rest great finan cial commercial and industrial Interests and the struggling clerk the skilled artisan and the commoneit laborer the gifted and cultured woman with her wide social and charitable ob ligations and responsibilities and the shutIn housewife who bears single handed the burdens of her home the business woman struggling amidst the trials and temptations of the business and industrial world and the factory hand whose weary toll keeps her at the machine in monotonous servitude the boy or girl on the playground or In the schoolroom all alike have need of that wisdom which cometh down from the God of all wisdom and the realization of that need is felt only as one with draws for quiet meditation and prayer If any of you lack wisdom James says and we would add If you feel no lack seek God at Glbeon the place of retirement and worshipand in the midnight watches the voice of God will be heard speaking and the soul will cry out Lord I am but a little child give me wisdom for the duties and the responsibilities which rest upon me SOURCE of XillomIt Is not In Is certain The united wisdom skill and energy of the people of the world alter the flood but plunged them headlong to the disaster and confusion of the tower of Babel All the learning of the Egyptians which In our day appears as a marvel of hu man achievement was as nothing before the faith and the rod of a Moses who following God led the children of Israel in great wisdom and skill out of Egypt to the promised land All tho astrologers and wise men of the far east could not aid the king of Babylon in his perplexing dreams and troubled thoughts but a Daniel who was In touch with the allwise allpowerful God was not only able to foretell the events of the future but to administer the vast Interests of the extensive kingdom In a manner never before experienced All the rabbis and scribes and keenwitted lawyers of Jesus time though they rested neither day nor night in thclref forts to frame questions that would en tangle Him and trip Him up were like chaff before the wind as His Godgiven wisdom swept them aside and lie passed on with undeviating step We are told that tho foolishness of God Is wiser than men God is called the God of all wisdom and Paul In his letter to the Romans exclaims 0 the depth of the wisdom of God One question which the neighbors and countrymen asked concerning Jesus was Whence hath this man this wisdom The united arguments of the scholars and advanced thinkers from every section of the World were notable to stand before the wisdom with which Stephen spake Why Because man in touch with tho God of all wisdom is always more than a match for the wisdom of the world God ts the source of all wis dom both for temporal as well as spir- Itual things Solomon did not search the world for the wise men who would be able to help him administer the king dom he did not trust to human abilities but sought out God alone at Gibeon whom he knew was tho source of all wisdom and obtained from Him the wisdom he needed It must be so with you and me Human t Jvice human counselors and your own human wis dom must not be allowed to crowd God out or obscure vcur sense of depend encejjRrn the God of aH wisdom No Ask of iod lla giveth lQuimi r erally and upbraideth not for Wisdom To my mind REQUEST most charming pictures we have of Solomon is this where in the atttude of a little child he Is bowed be fore the Lord One might prefer the scene of the matchless splendor and richness of his palace his throne and his gorgeous apparel and stately dignity but I love to picture the young king at Gibeon clothed with beautiful humility and stirred by pure earnest purpose for the right talking with God and asking not something for himself but something for his people anti na tion And here Is the key to hit suc cess There are three things we rish to emphasize in connection with this incident in Solomons life and in the unfolding of our text First the simple faith of the suppliant second his genuine humility and third his per feet unselfishness No doubt comes between Solomon and his God at this time There is no question in his heart as to Gods ability and willingness to grant the request This Is the way the soul must always go to God if it would obtain from Him James emphasize this very point In the verses ftAiiA lng our text He likens the man who doubts to a wave of the sea driven hith er and thither by the wind and solemn ly declares Let not that man think that he shall receive anything from the Lord Read carefully the verses which follow the request which Solomon PIIdenceScripture declares that Solomon awoke- and found it was a dream This does not mean there was a vague Intangible ness to It all such as Is ordinarily at tached to dreams but emphasizes thu fact that there Will not any immediate ov miraculous change In Solomon There was only the inward consciousness that he had talked with God and that wisdom when needed was to be his portion foam the God of all wisdom In faith he want down to Jerusalem and waited and then followed the evidences that the wisdom for which he had asked had been be stowed God does not give the soul the conscious possession of His trrasurcs that they may be boarded and gloated over and unwisely used but He gives when the need for use arises and faith keeps the soul confident that in the time of need God will not fall The request for wisdom must be made with that faith which assures the soul and makes It patient to wait for Its Htowmcnt in the hour of need humility o Scicmon how strl THE And what near approach It gives him to God The proud can not stand in the presence of God Such attitude Ian impassable barrier through which the soul cannot speak so that God can hear Though thj ord be high yet hath He respect unto tke lowly but the proud He knowetfi efar oIL The proud may ask for riches and honor and glory but It takes the humble man to feel the need ofwisdom and ask with childlike spirit And the request must be made in un selfishness However much the sin of selfishness sbfveleduptheheart of Solomon in the later years of bin life certain it Is that Solomon a Gib to WM Hwtolutely tree from that oS jPj r- tF i t I r t1 I r i fIi It f t C c1 ifc C warping narrowlpg tendency IIeesired to have that he might be a bless ing and help to others A petition ris ing from such a heart never tails to obtain all and more than It asks of God A good many people In James time wero asking and receiving not and blaming God because they did not But in the fourth chapter he tells them that It in because they ask selfishly desiring the gift to consume upon their own desires and lusts But if any man ask unselfishly and In humility and faith for wisdom God heareth and giveth liberally and upbraldeth not of Wisdom As we have al GIFT Intimated this gift of wisdom to Solomon was not miraculous God did not send It down upon him In great chunks so that he could gather It up and ship It back to Jerusalem there to be used when he wlshrd to make a display of It or when circum stances required It came In the most natural way anti while Solomon was using every energy nnd faculty of his being God supplemented his natural abilities lie dill not supplant them While the gift was natural and timed to the need the evidences of that wIs- dom were striking and wellnigh miraculous for the nation Instantly recog nized that the Wisdom of God was In him to do Judgment And that is tie way the wisdom which you are toM to ask of God will be received Whentho difficult problem arises when confused In the presence of perplexing circum stances then look for the gift of wisdom and move straight on knowing that each step will be guided by the unerring judgment of God Wisdom from God Is not something you can have n large reserve stock of on hand as you would a grain supply or a bank account but Is always In the possession of God but the prayer of faith will always bo able to move God and obtain from Him just what Is needed for the present requirement CVIDENCE of WlslomDG It ever L occur to you that It vas singular that God selected tho incident He did to prove tho wisdom of His servant Sol omon Surely out of the many hard tests to which the Queen of Shcba put him upon her visit there must have been some one which could have been selected which would have so clearly proved the possession of the gift Surely there must have been other and pleas anter circumstances when he could have displayed his Godgiven wisdom But instead he is found sitting on his throne and adjudicating a disgusting justicecourt case a case In which the complainants had no standing and tho object of their dispute being the fruit of their sin and a witness against them Instead of hearing their case he might have ordered their stoning without tho city according to the solemn judgment of the Jewish law Why was It Wo may not be able to suggest the correct answer but may It not have been to emphasize the fact that tho highest wis dom of God reaches to the lowest human need Does It not emphasize the practical utility of Godgiven wisdom Even the meanest and most despised of all of His subjects was to feel and know that tho wisdom of God was guiding him The evidence of Solo mons great wisdom was unexpectedly found In a matter which most vitally concerned the everyday life of two outcast women What a lesson this ought to teach you and me Where are we looking for evidences of wisdom from God In some great thing You will be disappointed But realize that the gift will be bestowed for the mean est and most humble affairs of life that it will be given that you may bless anti help some despised outcast soul and then there will be such a common sense yet exalted walk with God as will demonstrate to all about that th wisdom of God is in youIfNL ENCE ofWisdomi rrj nrlngn us to ouixVin thought rill influence of wisdom If we wcr able to go back to the period In Jew ish history when Solomon reigned and mingled with the people we would find that the manifest presence of God with Solomon which put him in sympathetic touch with tne lowest and meanest of human needs influenced the people toward practical views of God and prac tical religious living more than would all the learned preaching which the king could have given expression to lie might have talked religion faithful ly during the 40 years of his reign and left little or no impression but this practical application of his Godgiven gift exerted a lasting influence upon all the nation An ounce of applied re ligion is better than carloads of sermons merely preached You will obtain from God as much as you are will ing to apply to ho everyday needs of those about you Then ask that ye may receive receive that ye may give If any of you lack wisdom let him ask of God that giveth to all men liberally and upbraldeth not and it shall be given him- INDIAN TERRITORYS CAPITALS There Are Fire In All One for Each Trf r Yet No Proper Capital IHere is a common geography mis says the Chicago In- terOceanThe of the Indian terri tory should endeavor to educate the various schoolbook publishing com panics in regard to the capitals of the Indian country recentlysaid rams IJixby chairman of the Dawcs commission Every geography pub lished has Tahlequah as the capital of the Indian territory The maps of the territory in these geographies show scarcely any other towns But Tahlequah is always played up in heavy black letters with the star representing the capital It is about time that authors of geographies knew something of the geography of the rndian country and the educa tors here ought to draw their atten tion to the inaccuracies of the text books on geography- As a matter of fact the Indian territory proper has no capital as it is not a regularly organized terri tory It ia simply the Indian terri toryThe seat of government is Musko- gee Each of the five civilized tribes however has n capital Tahlequali is the capital of the Cherokee nation Okrnulgee of the Creek nation Tishomingo of the Chickasaw nation Wewoka of the Seminole nation and Tuskghoroa of the Choctaw nation On the Accommodation Train Passenger What ore we waiting for conductor Conductor Were at an hour ahead of time here anti live to lay over4IassengerAhied of time Why great Scott man were a half hour late according to my watch Conductor Yes sir But wee usually ii whole hour late here so you see today waro a half hour ahead just as I aa1dchIcao later 0ce n t r 1iri c BIG DAM LET LOOSE Many Lives Lost and Much Properly Destroyed Loss of Life Would Have Been Much Greater Had Not the Pleasure Seekers Been Warned of the Impending Danger Greensburg Pa July GA water spout of Immense proportions etrlklng In the vicinity of Oakford park Sun day afternoon at 4 oclock created a flood that caused great loss of lift und property It is known that at least 20 persons lost their lives and rumors place the number of dead at more than 100 but until a late hout Sunday night only three orfour bOIl les have been recovered having been washed to the banks of the little creek that runs parallel with the parkAt 3 oclock rain began to fall in torrents in the vicinity of the park and spread over a territory covering probably ten miles A halfhour later the cloudburst occurred and the umbrellas carrld by the crowds of paople were crushed like eggshells The waters In the lake north of Oakford park began to swell and Manager James McGratb believing that there was danger of a final break in the great walls of the dam hurried among the crowd of pleasuroseekers who had gathered under the roofs of the eating stand the merrygoround the theater tho dancing pavilion and other buildings In line of the water should the banks break and warned them to run to the hillsOn both sides of the plcasuie grounds there are high hills the park being situated in a ravine about a fourth of a mile wide and a mile long The people protected from tho rain were loth to leave the cozy places and not until Mr McGrath and hIs assistant entered each buyffl ing in turn and simply drove the crowds out into the rain did they realize that the park managers wero in earnest for they knew after careful stiitlI of the dam that the awful flood meant probably the breaking of the wall that held five acres of water A halfhour after the buildings bal been cleared of tile people the watoro mounted the wall of the dam and within five minutes waters to the depth of five feet was flowing over tho entire length of 400 feet of the wall The park or ravine studden with buildings the merrygoround the laughing gallery and other amusement places were twisted about and all but the dancing pavilion and large lunch stands were knocked from their foun lations Tho rain continued to fall In torrents and at 4 oclock 40 feel of the wall of the dam to the cast gave way with a crash The flood beat down the ravine with a ittar that was heard for two mlles A half mile down at the junction of the Greens burg anti Jeannette and the park car- lines the car barns arc located The entrance gates to the park were lifted ind with the force of a pile driver the mammoth posts were hurled by the waters against tho barn Beyond were located tie small waiting room and on the track wan standing a car laden with people on their way from Green burg to Jeannette The electric storm had rendered the power south of here useless and the motorman was unable to move the car The flood struck tlc wlltlTl root 1Af Fufety lu g eluieraent th tenor not positive how many WPI lost The street car was caught and swept Into the creek and whirled and tumbled about A number of th people in the car jumped off and there are conflicting stories as to the num ber of persons who were carried with the car Irwln Pa July GThe sudden rising of Brusi creek Sunday even ing caused 1y a cloudburst and the breaking of the Oakford dam caused damage near Irwin of several hundred thousand dollars and probable loss ol lifeSo sudden was the rise in the stream that people living along the banks barely had time to run to the hills Many houses and other build ings were swept away The water If still rising The freight depot at tnlt place was wasncd away from Its foun dations and carried down the stream taking with It the Irwin bridge thE steel bridge on the Youghiogheay branch and the iron bridge to the freight yards Five loaded coal cars on the bridges were wept down the stream mere Is still a big volume of water held hack by debris at Manor and this may break at any momentGrafting of Frog Skin Ann Arbor Mich July GTbe graft tag of frog skin on the hand of a hu man patient has been successfully per formed at Michigan university by Sur geon Westfall The growth however was very slow An Expensive Strike Denver Col July GJames n Grant chairman of the executive com mittee of the American Smelting and Refining Co estimates the damage at the Grant and Globe smelters caused by the unexpected strike of the em ployes at 25000 to 30000 The Report Is Untrue Berlin July GThe German foreign office says the report that Germany Intends presenting to the Cu ban government claims for an in demnity for losses sustained by Ger mans during the recent war is untrue Both Were Drowned Wllkesbarre Pa July GEUza D Trimble an old and well known rest dent otWest Nanticoke and Wesley Kyttl aged 14 years were drowned in the canal near Harveys creek The former was attempting to rescue the boy A Torrential Rainfall Cumberland Md July GTorren hal rain Sunday nlgit hooded the northern part of Cumberland to a depth of six feet Many buildings were damaged The street car line was tied up by debris on the tracks They Failed to Agree Pittsburg Pa July 4The effort ot the Manufacturers association and the Machinists union to come to an agree meit on the wage advance has ended in the unions voting to reject the terms of the manufacturers and to strike the moment action to do sols sanctioned by the national officers S Wants to Retire Washington July 4Rr Adm Sum ncr commanding the South Atlantic station has requested to be relleve1 in September he retlr S tor 030 in December j V- ff l g r r IN THE CUBMI SENATE United States Njtai Station aid Uo of P nta Tcatle Read Havana jUlY 4The United titles naval stations treaty and the Isle of Pines treaty were Friday red in tint senate and referred to tho committee on foreign relations without comment The text of both treaties Is brief and simple the naval stations treaty con taming seven articles and the Isle of Pines treaty four articles The rati fications of both are required to bn exchanged at Washington within seven months In the naval stations treaty the Unit cd States agrees to pay 2000 annual rental as long as It occupies the sta tions Article provides that Cuba Is to acquire forthwith all private antI other realty within the required areas the United States agreeing to furnish tho money necessary for the purchase of private properties such sums to bu advance payments of the rent Article 2 requires tho United States to mark the boundaries of the station areas by permanent fences or other enclosuresUnder article 3 the United States agrees to prevent the establishment of commercial Industrial or other enter prises within the areas Article 4 says fugitives from justice who arc amenable to Cuban law an1 who take refuge within the areas of the naval stations shall be delivered to the United States authorities front Cuban territory According to article 5 materials all kinds of merchandise stores and mu nitions of war Imported in these areas for exclusive use and consumption therein shall not be subject to customs duties or other charges and the ves sels carrying the same shall not pay port tonnage or other fees unless they discharge outside the limits of the areasIn the Isle of Pines treaty the Unit ed States relinquishes to Cuba all claims of title ti the Isle of Pines which has been made by virtue of the treaty of Paris Article 2 says this relinquishment is In consideration of the grants of coal Ing and naval stations hereafter made to the United States by Cuba Article 3 says citizens of the United States who at the time of the e V change of ratifications of this treaty are residing or owning property In the Isle of Pines shall suffer no diminu tion of the rights and privileges ac quired vIr to the date of exchange of the sa v ratifications They may re main there or may remove therefrom retaining in either event all their rights and property Including the right to sell or dispose of such property or Us proceeds and also the right to car ry on their industry commerce ami professions being subject In respect thereof to such laws as are applicable to other foreigners HAMMOND PACKING PLANT The Main Building at St Joseph Mo Destroyed By Fire St Joseph Mo July 6The main building of the Hammond packing plant was destroyed by fire Sunday afternoon The loss is estimated as high as 1500000 It is entirely cov ered by Insurance Two men lost their lives in the flames One of them is reported to be Charles Mil ler fire marshal at the plant This could not be verified Three men were Injured one of them seriously For a time the entire stockyard district was threatened By hard work the Nelson Morris plant 300 feet north of the Hammond plant was saved and this saved the Swift plant which builingINelson Mori OUSTED FROM HIS POSflON J T Petty Can No Longer Serve As Auditor of the District of Columbia Washington July 4The board of commissioners of tHe District of Columbia Friday advised James T Petty auditor of the District that he could no longer serve in that office as are suit of the negligent methods which made possible the recent defalcation of 73000 by James M A Watson ono of his trusted clerks The commis loners have offered Mr Petty a place on the board of personal tax apprais ers at a salary of 600 a year less than he now receives Alexander Mc Kcnzle of that board and a former deputy auditor under Petty Is slated as Pettys successor CLEANING THE CITY Slot Machines Turnd to the Wall and Seven Gambling Houses Raided Kansas City Mo July 4Kansas City Kan the rendezvous for the gam blers of the middle west was the scene Friday of an active raid by the police when more than 300 slot ma chines were turned to the wall and seven gambling houses closed Mayor Gilbert said later that this was the flnit act in cleaning the city The present administration would he said be rid of gambling for at least two years The pool rooms several of which arc being operated were not molested Intense Heat In Washington Washington July 4lntensn heat again prevailed in Washington Friday the street thermometers iccordlns 102 Ji degrees 11 degrees higher than Thursday The weather bureau record showed a maximum of 95 degrees Street Car Collision St Louis Jujy 4Fifteen persons tvere Injured in a collision between two street cap at the intersection 01 Oliver street and Jefferson avenue X G Killu motorman on the Oliver street car Is not expected to recover An Inch of Snow at LcadvlKe Leadville Col July 4The snow storm which usually reaches Leadvilln on July 4 arrived one day ahead ol time It snowed hard nearly all day and there Is an inch of snow on the ground Tho thermometer Friday night stood at the freezing point Snow Fell In Wyoming Cheyenne Wyo July 4Snow fell nero Friday for several minutes The weather has been cold for 48 hours arid vegetation has been given a set back A cold ruin has been falling for 24 houru Aid Called For Hanna Wyo July 4Great destitu tion prevails among the families of the 235 men who lost their lives in the mine disaster Tuesday Charita ble people isi the western states are urged to send liberal assistance to the mayor of Hanna without delay The Contents of a Shotgun Clinton la July 4Hans Hanson Wsfmaster ot Almont this county emptied the contents of shotgun into toe abdomen of Gee Lashall u farm icnd Hanson gave himself up Fridio morning ana ia out W ball J LITERARY AND MUSICAL A poet and journalist L P Hill was the first resident of Atlanta Ga to pay his city taxes in Atlanta Ga this year Mr Barrio Mr Pinero Henry Ar- Thur Jones and Mr Esmond receive huge weekly incomes from their prodigiousble Crlchton and Quality Street return him sums of money which bydramatistsanything like it in the history of the theater Mr Barrio is the most prosperous author in the English language Ills profits are about 5000 weekly Edward Grieg the Norwegian composer dislikes the use of the word Scandinavian as applied to him Englishtitled Greig the Scandinavian Composer Grieg when he saw it sent a telegram to n friend in London requesting him to see the editor anti explain that he was not n Scandina vian butti Norwegian It is an in teresting circumstance that but for the Jacobite troubles he might have been a Scotsman His ancestor the Griegs emigrated from Scotland aft er the affair of 1746 and settled in NorwayThe Damrosoch family not un known to fame in music and matri mony came by their name in a singular manner Years ago in Germany supplyingthethe ancestor of Walter and Frank appeared The official was at a loss what to call him at first out notic ing that said ancestor had fiery red hair he wrote him down as Hint Kopf or Red Head The descend ants objected to the name and changed it to the literal Hebrew namely Dam which means blood and Bosh head A Boston business man who baa a very poor opinion of the detectives in that city sent for two of them recently and showed the photograph of a rather toughlooking person wjiose identity he seemed anxious tnj learn One of the sleuths at once identified the man as a noted bank robber the other inclined to the belief that It was an equally notorious forger They finally agreed that it was the bank robber whereupon the business man showed the back of the photograph on which they read the originals name William Dean Howells When the author heard that he had been mistaken for a noted criminal he thoughtfully ob served that he could not blame the detectives FIGURES OF FINANCE Sixteen banks or more than half the total membership of the Boston clear ing house have a capital of 1000000 or more Interest charges on the public debt for the British fiscal year just ending have exceeded those of the year preced ing by about 5000000 England795000 against 6099000 in the same portion of 1901 and 9369000 in 1000 During the two first months of 1903 England imported 4780000 more gold from South Africa than in the same period of 1902 and exported to It 895 000 less New York banks sent their first ex changes through the clearinghouse October il 1833 Fiftyone banks partici pated their exchanges aggregating some 22000000 The annual report of the Leipsic chamber of commerce says in gene s if the business of Germany In theynr 1902 thattvhfle a few brnnhea ofpai tifactnre and tniuT rxnrrlencpf nrrtfal recovery the yem n a wbe be longed to the period of overproduc tion collapse and panic that began in the summer of 1900 and has entailed the fatal condition whichstill exists viz prices of food and raw materials which are above all logical relation to the market values of finished products SAGE SAYINGS When in doubt a wise mon gets out If possible A woman in love is more or less fool ish n man is invariably more Usually the less amiable a woman is the handsomer she thinks she is A pessimist finds consolation in the fact that he wasnt born an optimist- If a woman has a history she usually thinks it is up to her to repeat herself The finger that points with pride is usually encircled with a new engagement ring Some men spend half their time mak ing promises nnd the other half in breaking them undoubtedlyknows chaperon as a press censor MARKET REPORT Cincinnati July CATTLECommon 3 00f 3 75 Butcher steers 4 65 4 75 CALVESExtra 5 75 600 HOGS Ch packers 5 80 05 82U Mixed packers 5 65 5 80 SHEEPExtra 3 60 3 65 LAMBS Extra 6 30 6 40 FLOUR Spring pat 4 35 4 70 791flNoCORNNo2 mixed 5- 2OATSNo2 mixed 404 RYE No1 2 58 HAY Ch timothy 01850 PORK Clear family 17 75 LARDSteam 07 6714 BUTTER Ch dairy 0 13 Choice creamery 22 APPLESFancy 2 75 3 25 POTATOES Now 2 75 300 TOBACCO New 4 50 11 75 Old 600 0910 Chicago FLOURWinter pat 3 55 370 76y4NoCORNNo 2 mixed 49 OATS No 2 mixed 4 39 RyENo2 50 PORK Mess 15 01570 LARDSteam 8 05 8 15 New York FLOURWin strts 3 75 ji 3 90 WHEATNo2 red 82 CORNNo2 mixed 0 57 OATSNo 2 mixed jl 42 J RYE Western tj PORKFamily 18 00 18 50 LARDSteam 0 8 50 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 81 B 82 CORNNo 2 mixed 55 55 i OATSNo2 mixed 40 A CATTLE Butchers 6 00 5 25 HOGSWestern t 6 85 Louisville WHEATNo2 red 80 CORNNo3 mixed I 58 OATSNo 3 mixed 43 PORKMess 16 00 LARDSteam 0 8 00 Indianapolis wytCORNOATSNO 3 oiaeu W 3914 i Jpa r r 0 r 1ca t7k 1 i rL a u 1 fiT Let this Coupon be your Messeng of Dfttverv 4 ance from Kidney Bladder and Urinarf Xrotlffles Ita the people who doubt And beeom cured while they doubt who praise Deans 1llU the hlgbest Aching bocks are eased RIp back and loin pains overcome Swelling the limbs and dropsy signs correct urine with brick dust sediment high passingdribbling wetting voan remOTe calculi and gravel Believe hurtslerplessness headache nervousness dizziness Miss I tried everything for a weak back and Rot no relief until used Deans rillsOf IIJ N Lcwtk j471Dan Kldnev T mtct to curt s sacacva srf STATE For fire trial toi nail this eonpoa to FostrrUlibum Co Buffalo tl If above I ICO lanficient imio nddmj en sops rate dIp 1 am DFnirjUn IV ShotgunsDont f f much less money buy a Winchester I Down Repeating Shotgun which will outshoot and I outlast the highestpriced doublebarreled I I besides being as reliable handy You I oo dealer can show They are sold everywhere J Ocr UDPAilI flaslrsidC4atcgee WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO NEW CONN g I 141 I 1TOTAKrLti f m ti1 ii J OnMuIlNThLcsLD JMGHIIE rII ItOa sforafive Emulsiorti 1 4 rar Excellance I Dortiuuq u1qtstive I I 5aveyiwt iI veciI5qQaqA17MG riii Li5tU1Jcur I p5yVTS 4 IfI PNWMOISIA Ir r PsciSOCvnI t PRICrIU IcssbaiLAit PPTt I pntcc1l t Irl4flTTtTTttf y8TEM JTheOnlYTreatmmt1hatCmCONSUMPfIOV Here is a combined treatment that does whit ONE medicine CAN NOT DO The complete obliteration of that Con sumption Tuberculosis is now possible through the use of The Dr Slocums Com bination System of Medication will Positively Cure this Disease It is the Most Modern and the Great Method of Alimentation Ever Presented to Sufferer from this disease It prevents and Cures Consumption of the Throat Stomach Liver Spleen and Kidneys thcs0rgansdisarpearVon derful Medicines DrSlocuras method of treatment consists of Four Specific Remedies as illustrated above Ashevllle and fare round July Crescent Ask Agent Reuben says things could way about question Press Ciicago only double track railway between Chicago and Missouri mcceifded attracting other lrlrtli Land Yield lUIXJU nutnie fertile entry Close tienool UoomJO lourl3ldg authorized alanuorernnient nllrar drink weather inattI Malrern IV malt trial 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feet and ankles swelled was as in In the back the of feel like ones up to a lamp free trial and two full boxnof ot that I are rem edy par esccllence 1 can I safe 4 a ttaotsnt usi I t est tae MEDICINE TO To Prove to All the fullropertie of Great of Course of the Free Large il above gladly to every reader on ten i Office A Laboratories 08 Pine St New the Complete Treat meat at Once you DOCTORS SPECIAL I the i merit name and s In of of serious unexampled and satisfactory resultsDR THE FULL this Jfo Black lies Suit cpea bead rubber beet edge up on trial nan part eymen MFC de be tie ba isnt any The crep sats bay fig rates hot Prove value the and the fcy roe kr fix the the con be be by my all wilt tell top and tire sad and St our suffi will tivo J for cue date GUTIGURA OINTMENT Purest Df Emollients and Greatest of Skin Cures The Most Wonderful Curative of All Tiiiie a For TourIng Disfiguring Skin Humours And Purest and Sweetisl of Toilet Emollients Cnttcnra Ointment beyond question ftthe most successful curative for torfcuv Insdlsflgurlngnumonrs of the skin and ecalp Including loss of nalr ever compounded In proof of which a single anointing preceded by a hot bath With Cntlcun Soap and followed la the severer cases by a dose of Cutl cura Insolvent Is often sufficient to afford Immediate relief in the most dLtreslff forms of itching burning and sray humours permit rest and jsleep ftLdpoliit tonepeedrcnrewhea all other remedies nil It it BO in the treatment of infants and chil dren cleansing soothing and cain the most distressing of Infantile hn f incurs and preserving purifying awl beautifying the skin scrip and hair Cutlcura Ointment possesses at the same time the charm of satisfying the olmpla Tvantsof the toilet in caring for the 6 lnr scalp hair hands and feet from Infancy to age far more effect ually agreeably and economically than the most expensive of toilet emollients Its Instant relief for skintortured babies or Sanatlveantlseptlc cleans i lag or H Onenight treatment of the hands or feet or Single treatment 3 of the hair or ITse after athletics cycling golf tennis riding sparring or any sport each in connection with the use of Cutlcura Soap is sufficient evidence of this leVi tbrorabcvtthotvoi3 Csdcass1tioZventJC0t f cacC Vested Full Uc per ef0i nenttCe Lrd Chatnhcu 5O5 fledels litsi UO4tnIILv CZUbOAT 1ottirirtO Chein leepeleten W5sdtzt Tb Cuboaza 6kn PI LES ivr lIeS cuxaand POSITIVE I5 P1W sines Itani ye in For AXAKESiS free earn Ia addresS Trtb Bne bnlldlnr New York I S7 jrSg g ELECTROTYPES in great variety loir sale atths lowest prices by a 5 tdkgg SiwqSpqFCS 3tt TII Si tIttSIU A N KE 7 i PISOS CURE FOR asa JNUMPT rj t a L t 1 I t i t S dt t I iJ P1 t tt c OflMSVlLLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO t OW1NGSVILLE KY qPER YEAR IN ADVANCE 1 tr Address nil communications to THE OlitLOOK PiintisniNn Co or to 1on1 W HoifAKEfc Owlhgavtlle kv Subscribers desiring n change of Address should always give previous iddroRH when writing- CorrpspondehtBr when out nf filn ion rv should mention faet on ri Vppnrnte slip of paper t TIIU llSbA JUrY u 1003 4 TUB Capt B J Kwon fund htnounted to nbnttt 7100 Momlny 1 YundwRII still growing Let the Rood work go on SOERIFF CALIAIIAN of Breathitl Mounty is more considerate having Decided to not act at tho special 4 term of Circuit Court lie would r41ae been removed anyhow 4 r ROOSEVELT cabled 4 rnrnund the world in twehe rain utes and received a reply hock over the same route in nine and a half e tuinutea Saturday He didnt learn May Presidential campaign news TOE petition of the American 1 Jews to the Czar concerning the 4 outrages on the Jew will not etir ipanyrumpua The tLS charge i Hit Petersburg will inquire of the ftuasian government if the petition will be received und tho govern rill say no That will practically end the mailer 1 GEN CASSIUB M CLAY iin ernp- tion again liko the human volcano tf4e hftB always hen Ho is sick4 nfcd euinmona relatives and doctors to Whitehall only to deny them CadmIttttnco when thfrcome no SSutter how long they c had traveled lie seems determined q In maice a sensation to the end of f his lire r0 4 XJAW B Jb KWKH will be eco4 t eel by troops tlltestlryat the le special term of Circuit Court nt 1 Jackson July 20th called to in t vestigate the burning of Ewens A hotel and the attempt to bribe him 1S Lnot to testily against Jett and g Ho will not need troops to If j testify at tho trial of Jett and SiS White nt Cynlhiana July 27th iaSpj1 a race jt sjTiO over the killing of a police 9Sf long 5 the colored people uphold rmetnbers of their race in wrongdo c ing these troubles will occur and 4 grow worse as the 3fears go on Iu1 This editorial from the Louisville I r Post states the cast very wellagIt ia natural ICm rtJ recollections of the two terrible t i tragedies a Bellevillo 111 andWil 4 N54 j J Id naingtQB D fso freih in ever 1 1 ones mind that thenegroes houl fl 1 t express regret over the lynching lf i two oftheir race in such a bnrbar OUB terramli h bia does not however offer lany excuse for such Ungunge as ff the following uttered bya negrb frL1 1tBe a law unto yourselves i J Idtbe uutlawTraey be your ouMcourt sheriff and jury fi with the offices of the law In the t i white manti hands the despised t aegro can expect no mercy justice f Or protection t J 1hs negroes in ninny hocaliti r give aid to criminals Few would 4 raice a hand to bring to juBticeIs tr other ot their rare even 0 iothe most unforgivable of crimes The first step towards breaking f up1jnch1ne could and should be taken by the negroes themselves l r 4 Hfthe IntoUiontmen of the race t would aa a unit set their fneee 2 jt lgainst all kinds of crime if they 4 would seek to organize the negroes to cast out criminals and uid the hands of the law if above all they t e should exhaust every device to pro j nrerit the one kind ofjcritne that the emjlovgetaor forgive a step in the right direction far more important 1 rd aiefil than is poosiblo by till 5i tb resolutions condemning lynch r t flaw that ever came from gatherings of nbite or black people lV NosanelawahidirigraanNor1 Lii of lynch law in Jtttheabltraet but when crimes of a certain nature are committed men bepd J Jaw bJding If the provocation is lySSfoundJr j1l I CORRESPONDENCE i s t 8prlnzfleld f E t r Barl Smothers wai at Ewingtonj a 7 isrnesSprattand wife were In 4lI Sterling Saturday j iS OB Spratt and Ed Taylor were J t jin lit Sterling Monday i 1t1 1Pj 6r B Spratt sold fourteen lambs to TOM Crouch Tuesday at 54e0 i Mra Matlio Thompson wio ban bottertiii s y the day with Mrs Maggie Spratt Thursday V J JI Heary Rigga and Kicgs ifca Cr Grassy Lick are visiting Mrs An i j4frfv1 tSi irS er8 visited in MhSterhng Hd dtday r MSdeI L A Smathers W A cj 11 Boyd BBdTbB Spratt and Micsee t 7 Lida and liU ie Smathera visited i f MrB Annie Gnsselt Friday 1 it vMriit cv Atkinsgn and dough r SI tier MANarYAtkl1 otn nd is t j fl MI Atkinson wore guests ff Wfll jj i A Soiathors Tuesdayni WSjr s pLutlet I tt WOI Siaathers were the guests of LaSt fo 11t JiJz X JfZ v Ai JrllfIt5I c 1 SC 1 fj tL5 f 1 111 1 r tJ l a1dI-r t IiiFit 4 J i rJ tftf C JP it tIC i io1ft fi y 17t d i iy lo J lJ e O i fio tLc c f J tyf IIJIau alQlJI JJLicking Union Born to John W MuKinncy and vile a hoy last week A T Hum nun Arii Johnson attended church lit Mt Hope lust Sunday C C Johnson anti Irla Jouison went to Salt Lick last Saturday on hUFlncS8 icgfluniyule last Saturday on business lie bought a buggy rtgl1IlrChurch lust Saturday und SenddMr Alexander had a well shot on the Vnsh Thomas tract of It lust Saturday resultiiig in a sb ing of oil CRreybroughtfrom Estill county last week con template drilling her- otirange City Miss Lola McLain is on the r t l isttMrs Kate Dillon of Tilton vis itnd relatives end friends TIn picnic was well attended nnd everything went off nicely 1nughlerMnryton cud family Miss Matnio Colliver who boon very poorly with typhoid reo vcr ia some better Miss tuth Richardsvjoiiiwings vlllp came down for a via t to her sister Mrs T J Havens Min Lucy Phelps has gone for visit to friends und relatives at Klizaviilo and Millcrsburg Misses Anna Royeo and Ma Ui don visited Mrs W S Ander eon near Wyuming Sunday Mrs Victoria Newman and I Maria Eden spent a very pleasant day with Dr WE Phlllip8at Wy oming Wednesday of lust week Mrs M James Costigan and sons Clay nnd Leslie of Frankfort cnmo Friday for a visit to the formers parents A D Rawlings and wife Mrs Dr W 0 Phillips ldup children returned to their homo in Fleming burl after a visit to friends and relatives hero andalso at WyomingS OkiagMany from here attended the sketTheetingat Fairview Sunday Clem Riddle nnd wife are mnk ing preparations to go to Missouri to make that their home Died Monday June 29th 1003 Ella wife of John Anderson ni this place of nursing eoro mouth inimberShe passed quietly and peacefully into that great beyond that be Implicitd30tb at Locust Fleming Coenn ductd by Rev Ross Snapp Inte eat at the old burial ground at the same place She leaves a hus bund one little girlt mother fui b yisodsIMnrried Thuur day July 2d in e afternoon M r Silas Clay and iss Martha Stephens at the rlSal dence of and by Elcjer Ross Miss Lizzie sister ofthe brideandFrank Estill were the Attendants They 6 urnsdlothe home of the brides where a nico awaited the The hrido is the oldest daughter 1mais a business young farmer und will in every wqy prove himsiill worthy of the prize he has Yon On July 3d th ywent to his home in Nicholas county where they w hcgin housekeeping immediately The correspondent extends b t flyheyMoores Ferry Born to 3Jort rSpence d wi1k July 3d a BOrr1f Robert Sorrell and family visited John Otis at Salt Lick Sunday Thomas F Razor visit d I brother John H RuzoIn Fleming county Sunday The most of our people spent the Fourth ut the Salt Lick and enjoyed the day splendidl Misses LIllieSorrellMnryCharleB a BS E 1Jlizaa tindWe think it is wrong for mem playingbRebaUon appearance of eviLmJtjpsea inrell were narrikd Sunday July C by BH Rosa Mr Spence is a eon of Allen Spence of this place i 59so Eflle is the beautiful winsome daughter of John yorell of neatw Knob Lick We extend our best ii wishes 4 Died after a long Illness of con r sumption June80 1903 John n t Razor fon of Thomas F Razor aged 17 years 7 months and 10 H days Ills father is a prosperous farmer and merchant of e ft All that loving hands and money could do was done for him Death iaeso calmly that the watchers co uld hardly tell when the spirit THeIn WUeavenAnd theres no weeping tUere Charles Horaoraan and MissOliie SaturdayJlly4tfl wi ofAhighly respecicd by every one He is to be congratulated upon win the heart and hand of Mius ai illiaru l the pretty and ocean goihlinmsconjratulotions and wish the hap cpupjg guccess through lifo t r e T ifi r t t 0oJ 1 l i f i Sharpsbuig Uuliiyed S T Howard delivered on Tucs xlav to Nod Gllliopie lwcntynvV 85 Ib lambs nt 325fNtw potatoes rarcreputldUR plentiful in the crop rlpolbutthey arc scace here There line been 35 raised here fur the Ewcn fund up to date which speaks very creditably fur our little town Rev Frank Arnold and bride of Wilmore wore the guests of tho fnniilyof II C Utterback Tues iiySClay and John Triplett are build wing a now house near howard Montgornnry Co for J W Huttroll Our town is putting on city alms by putting down sawed stone pavements in front of the1 business houses of Owens Rutliff Berry it Judy R L Sharp and C verJcin he good work Stopstono Quite a crowd attended the pic niu at butt Lick from here the 4th Thee Duff of Spencer was here seeing tile home people and Miss Vertnor SundaytIn811i5s of Ewing ton is here visiting her sister Mrs B F Myers Jr A largo crowd were in attendance at the dedi atinn of the newchurch at Union Sunday 0Mis8 Phoebus Lemaster of RHH is here visiting her cousin Flank Brown und family delUlu BossJe Ray andTibb Green ude spent Sunday with Miss Lillian Ramsey at JerTcrsonville tMrs Jos Ray returned homcFri day after a weeks visit to U B Sexton and family below Owings ville Hot nnd growing weather is what we are getting now and with pier ty of ruin it ought to make good corn yet John B Cassity is hero resting eeveroldlYB from the hard he says he has been doing at Salt Lick Robt Thompson and two sisters anJ Mrs Ella Gill spent several dave last wook at Winchester thoI uests of Mrs Gills daughterMra White CrookslinJ F on haruB Joe Onkly of Roes Run here Sunday J T Hovermale was in Owings ville Monday wboopingDavetailbert of Midland City vvisited here Sunday Miss Rosa Pergram of Mud Lii visited here last week rAliss Mary Seaton of Mt Sta ing is visiting friends hereonSeveral from here the- Ir picnic at Salt Lick last Saturday Miss Bertie Walters of LexLi ton la Visiting Miss o Ifhere t Wilson dc Co shipped 2 c loads ot hogs to Cincinnati last week IIiNiss Minnie Gray of Mt St- ng invi the family of G R ekmW W Nixon wife and two little t spheiruntil Mondayfr tbefcrowdyG R Armstrong and wife tisended the funeral of the formers uncle Judge A E Cole who died a t Maysville last week viOdessaIIJohn B Donaldson sold a load ofthis corn to John L Vice last week at 3 per bbl VarrenSwetnamandSOHaw kins delivered their crop of tobaci tQektoli Wm Snedegar at Wy c ming BornJun219t to J C Mxi iy wife a dughter Rebeccajane hisbegheir first girl they are very proud ot It Indeed MrsOao W Boyd and MfBS dinear Sherburne one day last weekE spreresult of tailing out of a tree he edidjLbtiiI W WiIurii and Wm Garnc wetnderAigof tbe 4th just in time tQ OOi2O OUtL1Q mail wagon from tlieotn o Gltyngo City fortbe cclehraUon where their many iqzdhid gathered to spend the day and were glad to soo them Two younghoys of this community to their teaua have slip ped off unknown to their parents by hieyiire Alva unot Bed John neq and Harland eon of Jejry ilson To tbos young folks we oulds y i Boys wherOveryou bo fnr or near if your eye falls oh Ihjs item take my advice once pe good boa tell the truth not hIlMr bly thoil men and if you hlnkyou can get along better Yithout lbeahRid and protection of youf parents real try it awbilo and see aa have ij decided to let you stay where you aL- e or go where you please But whatever you do or wherever you Wwrite home to your parents at cQ ns you know not the anxiety Ieastwheretheir J i j IiItltI Mud Lick We had a good rain hercSuriday The picnic a drunken occasion us visual A good prospect for corn in this sllortLLuther Knrrick ofStepstono vis had relatives hero from Friday till Sunday Hugh Knrrick sold four lambs to Mr Spencer proprietor of the Springe for 19 Mrs Ureen Rundlee of Illinois is visiting her father Julia Griggs and other relatives A B Wills lost n fine horse last week by its being knocked oft the railroad by the cars J II Harris and wife were called to Wet Liberty Saturday to the bcdshle of their son who is not expected to live The drilling machine on the head of Salt Lick will remove to near Pine Grove in a shiirt time to sink a few wells in the Kinbry oil flclds Several from here attended the picnic at Soldier Saturday includ ing Owen Bnshford and James Thompson Lower SuIt Lick Sun dayschool workers iiJhe big meeting at Peeled Oak Church last Sunday A nice din ner was served on the groundThat part Tommie enjoyed very much Bethel Mrs Ed Gregory ia improving slowly Jake Boyd is still confined to his bed with rheumatism Will Rice Hazelriggnnd daughter MjsB Lena are visiting at Pres ton this week Miss Howard and Mrs Sam Walker of Peeled Oak are via itors nt Will Dayle Rev Charles GoB8tt preached here in the Methodist Church to an attentive nnd appreciative audi ence Three or four threshers are in tbe neighborhood Wheat is generally good i some report 20 bushels to the acre A L Clinkenheard daughter Miss Ermine of Missouri nnd Mrs Ruth Dodsworth of Cincinnati are the guests of W B Scott and wife Richard Boyd aged 73 died at home near Sherburne after u gering illnesp June 30th and was buried in Longview Cemetery He leaves n vife and eight children Mrs James Whaley nee Lucy Lane died at her home July 1st montbsPMany friends lAnd loved ones wilt feel sad when they rend of this death for she was a devoted wife knnd n good neighbor She VItA II member of the Christian Churrh thede sister Mrs John B Durham near MoorefleldS Olympia Y11y Shultz moved hero Ustl week dsSwMrt has been very sick but la some beltlrrIrD R Bishop returncil from Grand RLT8 Tbureday Roy JaekfpQ qf Louisville is JsitingSeveral fromhere attended the picnic at Salt Lick Saturday Mrs Tom Hart anspon Orville ent the FouJth at t oiling Miss Jessie Swarts i returned om Breathitt county Thursday Mrs M T Case went Sunday t Isvisit her parents at Grand Rivers MvisitingOddie Moultrie of Breathitt county visited friends hero the 4th J H Swarts and brother Ed are siting their brother Ballard hereII weekSMiss Pearl Landrum of Salt Sick called on friends in town T hiirdivSMisses Effa Swarts and Kate K incaid were in Preston Wedncs day evening R E Wood returned home Non day frpm West Virginia after a several months stay JolT Jackson returned home Fri dayto spend tbe Fourth with his ughter Mrs M T Case JBSwarts returned from ettthitt county Thursday to end tho Fourth with his parents DelayedoGeorge Young of Wilmore visit his son Clyde Sunday cutrAn oil drill was unloaded here CopberslandMrs D R Bishop returned Friday after a two weeks stay wltlpher husband at Grand Rivers thelocal p a jar caused by coupling tinIcl train and was badlf wqunded Miss Bessie Naper a charming a arrivedberewith her cousin Mrs D R Bishop t OLD 1IICKORNA drink cblltk reaches the spot and leaves no eadache in the morning The hipe by S P AtchIson S GUDGELL ATTYATLAW Office with R Gudgolli 8onECourt St OWINGSVJLLE KY t Upper Prickly Ath R L Stone ion the sick Iit iillHrlywllherysipe1as Emmet Pork mid wife visited rFlat Creek Sunday Frank Htendrix and his father were ut Odessa Sunday Mrs John Coyle visited relatives on lower Trickly Ash Sunday Alban Shrout who has lircn SIIIIIlbetterJames Harper of Cutlettsburg wan hero several last week on businessnAlmanea Stone and wife visited SaturdayMrs Mary Rotitt of East Fork was the guest of Mrs Frank Hen drix last Saturday FlerniniCoDelia Stone this week SlnteCreekMarklnnd and wife Saturday und Sunday InwerPricklyMrs Jenuio Hamilton the first of tho week Mrs James Harper and Miss Walter Mae Rilliff spent list Fri day with James Shrout and family noun Shnrpsburg Caleb Ratliff wife and dnu hters Misses Walter Mao and Elizabeth and Mrs James Harper attended the church dedication at Peeled Oak Sunday West End Oats are almost a failure Crops are low here wont ave age over knee high The watermelon crop promises to be the best we have had for years Wm Daniel has entirely recor ered Uncle Bill says ho can do more work than any of the young in enAuntJennie Clayton has broken up housekeeping and is going to make her home with her son Wil liam B F and J T Piersull returned Sunday from Morgan countywhere they bud gono to visit their mother Mrs Flour Niekell The immediate neighborhood of White Sulphur got a twohours I ruin Thursday while the upper and lower purl of this vallay got none Now look herrKnob Lick that rock pitching elicit with John EIIIw fardpitched that rock like he used to pitch ballIVClaytonhrocd of youngsters An old rooslI er took her place and is taking cureI of the brood hovering thew atI night etc We havent any oil news rhlI liiot company that limo in hen the Inn Company borrowed ilas contiiitiing w unite survey atr th and Fleming countifs Tiiejthpfoiuitipd tn return it thevery y but are gone and the cut Itevcr bak Slate Vjalloy xSverttlcough here Cabe Snedegnr wrtd his horses to ohn Boiling fIr130dCube Snedejjnr Bafl sold his wag on to Georgo Hunt for 15SPricklyARh whillsWheat here is not much but the rain changed the prospect for corn ad vegetableslI rs Sorrels parents Anderson cCarty and wife near Olympia the past week Dee Rudder and wife and dill dren visited Mr Rudders parents 1It Andrew CoyU nnd wif t5undllJn nd report Mrs Coyle better 3llinestloourthgood time It egrained tinworkhas been too wet to work since tli last of April Misses Eva nnd Lillio Johnson Mr of near Shnrpsburg weroguostsatatheir aunt Mrs u nblrdaytended church here Elder Dawson failed to preach here Sunday on account of bun tamalledf tho new church at Peeled Oat lie preached here Saturday night and Sunday night John K Jones killed a fox one on day last week that measured four day feet from tip to tip The women hem owe him a turkey dinner as that Cox and one or two others have ning destroyed nearly every flock of tho- urkeys in five nibs squaro of liii ST tloiThere vilfnnfraldland There is np hanojln c gainMof se Sperioushapnowyour country as weH as the laws of heretolyJA 5ring ma at W whiijUItbo CHICKENS fini GGSck BUTTER GASH NATHANIEL Si MARkrJ PAlDjhol 1l5 r r 0 j 4SStoopsSStvernl fieMs of earn have been nit Uy in tliis vicinity Even the Imne plain mny choose n becoming walk in life Thos N Coons lost n valuable mare by death last week Will Atchison of OwingiVille was hero one day lust week This week will wind up wheat threshing in this neighborhood J M Mallory sold 11 head of pcrhundredThe health in this vicinity was ever better hnd our doctor has resigned Andy Coyle has returned to his home at0vingsvilleufter h months stay here Elgin Northcutt and wife of Jody were guests of W M Kissick and wife Sunday The writer had the pleasure of visiting the prosperous Utile oily of Stilt Lick Saturday Ed Gorrell of Salt Lick was with his cousin Jack Goodpaster several days last week John H Tnulboe of Frankfort came up last week to see Mrs Tuulbeo at Dr Waldecks Rann Warners canvassed tobac co field is quito an attraction and many como for miles to see it Col Dick Robinson the stock rnnn of Mt Sterling was here one day last week on business A large crowd from here attend ed the dedication exercises of the Union Church on Peeled Oak Sun dayVThe latest from Iowa Every plank of the Kansas City Platform was washed away with the town Idea givetlwBeto go West nndsouk up with tho country A fashion note says that bathing suits have been considerably reduced this summer Have they come to belts nt last Joe Blackburn has come out for Gorman fur President The next thing we hear of will be Gorman coming out for himself Mrs J M Wtildeck returned homo Saturday after a protracted visit to Cincinnati She was ac companied home by her daughter in law Mrs Jus Wtildeck tindustryhreatened constituent of CongressinaaTuwn eyof Minnesota has asked him or A bushel of maccaroni seed The strangest incident of the flooded districts of the West was hat of n farmer whose house was tuated on a high spot near St Charles Mo hit well was entire surrounded by back water and e could been seen several times a day rowing out to tho well for u bucket ofpThe Neosho Mo Mail is re spon iblu for the following A Notisho mnn lost a pet Squirrel the ilier and advertised for it in laebehold the squirrel camo home There is no question but what tliedsquirrel saw the advertisement this paper How else could it have tjQail lnl talostT a Knob Lick A n ice growing shower bereSun ay eve Bob Colliver visited his parents We are having some finegrowing eather r There is some sickness principally w dysentery V C Razor will commence teach ag our school in the near future PAwhich Van jSwanigun had been milking died SundaytJohn Colliver of Clay City vis ed home and friends front Friday ight until Monday morning InMrsliavethem away r Capt Pitman set 18 partridge Albehahedg along nicely under the moth isIeThe oilwell that od on thaslcepthnd s consider PljColoman rItained tbbimWnj Moore 10iu valuable mulo ia his farm near Polksvillo Thura by lightning It wHha aunta tics of othenawas standing stump in n open field jfhcn lightSt den Btruck not injuring in thers the twItnomteachingk It is thaten wasoeryt 1victioni Erne Sorrel Me iiss ana Mpse Jt inalBropiness and prosperity attend T tbodznznSpenceas Spence who had beer to Iy h 0tyngByilIo and filled up on mean eky on his return home con be ed to paint the town of Polke mill redbyohooting nit a deg nnd lution shing tip by shooting among 0 and agflefwifC i M Iial ljik 0 r 7 t c J f i I AU4 SADDLES HARNESS Why buy n shoddy socnileil Iiaiulmnde or inachiueliiado Saddle or Harness whoir you can get strictly first cfl8 goods madoTight hero ut homo and inadeout of tho best puktanried leather and liy men that only make flrstcluss work t o SAPDILEIsIf you try ono set of our hau3imade buggy liarncssfjtfn will f always use them I have the Tjcst line of atrdlcry goddst thijs ipart of tho State I am Yours for best saddles nnt hurnesg 1 EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSYH LE lLrrIi i CjpMBAMUSEBE8TTttTlRESU MaLo1I have noticed that in tho Ihst few years the bronm sedge has been dis appearing anti was unable to assign a reason until a few days since Doing in a vicinity whero the old fields stood as thickly in broom sedge as wheat in a wheat field 1 began to investigate to find why it had al disappeared Tbe fields are carpeted with a thickly matted grass or clover termed Japanese clover Where it came from bow it got so evenly and so widely scat tered is one tiling I would ask sithingtake kindly to it and fatten weli on it It will grow on any lund it matters not how poor You do nut have to sow it as it comes up every spring the same ui if sown Savoyards Letter Louisville Post 27TlioughDetawore known as the solid SnuthiL is really a northern community If Delaware was a slave State in 1861 it wus because she had been too busy or too lazy to nbolish the in stitution There was very little slavery there nnd that little by no moans profitable So we may callI Deleware a northern State for the5T population is as northern as Now JurtleyNorlhornI altogether human There ia a crime of crimes that arouses thu tent lust for revenge that is in nil the suns of Adtun That crime t as committed by an incnrnatu ovil in Delaware Inst week and it was followed by a Jyncbinc Ifwouldijhave been the same hcloImt r Vermont Many a lynching hus been averted ut the North becuufc of the density of the population Had Chester Pa a Quaker corn m unity been a hamlet intrndof n city there would have been ft lyn l ching of a black fiend there last J year Race instinct is a terrible thing when it excites to rage a nil j g vurybereof latitude While the Democrats are ling about bunting a man to run for President tho Republicans Bro uoy trying to find a man willing o be Vice President Some of hem want to tore it on Governor Cummins of Iowa but it is his enemies who are doing this There was some talk of Beveridge but that gentleman put it behind him A Mr Herrick is the Reiilb ctan candidate for Governor of hio and there ore people who want him to drop that and seize the Vice Presidency but he has no notion of it It has come to pass that 9 party has to draft a candidate for thus great office It ftcome to be that tha chief attrao c- rtioniC it has an attraction is t the place is equivalent to a ket in tbe lottery of death and ords a remote chance for first ce in our and t Is argued thatjif Governor mmina goes Qptbe ticket the ty will g ho bonedof Lb wa Idea and yoil etuba rzent of it Cuj e buried Iowa Idea io and the OP would be the legatee It fy a game of politics tht slightly exceeds in dignity ponutpol I Ah and It may preyaij John Jilalngoll regarded tholoe Pre i is oy OB a plaoo for BOBirIph polities fpr amTisoqierlu niniRon timeB ll ia ernployedo k hen are ticket R81pelllflI14rlcfcwas ce nominated In 1892 the the ination was ininded to weak Bay the Detnopratfp Ucfcotr Tin t the a OQJ18pra y r pt In yhe hiog but liypoorisy and rnajioe sun 880 the Derqoprals nonjinated man for tile mpleyand dldntget Ser In 1898 Bryan iinlered a poor nominated nnd the party gave and Sawqll two Some of them are trying to force day sbilftafpr the friends of Theodore don sveltto let alone Technical tore e bsbeenIhirniliathd though him everybody who wa there Says had been so minded he could have to o the convention eat that reso bon or endorsement blood rawj party sooherthnn Tophotcouldsinge nmond t But the pcneral public Jcrios tInj1aD stand 9 t f 1 l c fCiIIJv kcI t i forth n sort of rebuked nan 0 Ke Iis said to have a long heRd and t there are hints that ho has further use for Geo Cox and hjvHarall on county IDyoutHowertJja maybe it bfhooyea the adainis tration to curry Mark Hnnna Jbe right way of the hair awhile pfall our bo BeilsocaJlCd Hanna is the most remarkable Itwas not till 1803 that anybody out side of Ohio ever heard of him Three years later ho was the most powerful individual politician in the country lie made McKinley President und reelected trim He Jilierceshistory He was thu commander i of his patty when n marvelous wave of prosperity swept over the country It wns useless to suggest w hat was the truth that Grovrr 1 ilevelandwas more responsible for Markfcame to He hns been ever fortunate Lit o Caesar he has never known defeat They IIItY his secret is a Vpry ii lmplo thing It never raibettever succeeds in the kinds 1lucoOand in the shepherds cottnge It i s this Da what you promise to- nhIdgcfreephtt Ul ir t cess and of his power It is n lea son that no weak Ulan CUB and that nccoimts for nt fuilures in the world r wuuytNobody hut u strong unpractice Hnnnuh mrlhiiilt hat is why tiient are o fvea of tho first rank a 111fnraIlJ ljthere has been no serious L ngtiins hVH primacy in Ohi thftfpvoU tutu were attempted he t t put down with the utmost ease On j 1n while ago und his bark was freighted with more titan the for if tunusofOaesiirand ithod morethun one prosperous voyage Hut Cap ain Hnnna id no longer Captain ason h There is something of a spaniel in the human composition Ajr regations of men love a waster r Politicnl panics lovo to be detail nated by n strong man Gun Jack son woo such a man He was fond Jof giving orders and the party wan fond of obeying him Jol Rnose volt is n strong man a etrenuou man his announcement that he has no notion of being half a Free ident baaendeared him to his party That was the most effective speech be made in all that swing around tho circle It will bo romcn irccl when everything else connected with that pilgrimage is forgotten The people have no use for a half President Tho recent popular tribSutps toG rover were ia 4whole President not to the iriin r Roosevelt dominates his party RepubhiFrosident may say that Ire in more completely J master of it than was for there was a revolt ngninst him that went BO far ns to call a convention put a ticket in tho field but Lincoln was politician enough to knock that movement on the head There wan a rebolliun ngalnat Grant and it was very nearly a successful rebellion Where is the Republican Senator who would do Roosevelt as Grant was defied Would Platt Would QuayWoukjS whntllandidthe man in the Republican party IB bold enough to tellTheodoro sevelt tlmt he ia mortal There it regiment of thorn ready to 1L persUade him that lie can coiuninad tides He is going to Oyster in a day or so and he can be King Canute of the occasion if s JSmonpublican side of the United States ateS 1Cleveland is n very strong man wasa whole President nil of terms but there never waitwhen Cleveland had the friend of his party in the Senateand i last three years he was Preeit t most of thoDemocratic Seog jwould not break bread with But Roosevelt is every man himself Indeed it is nlottooniitohxV Bay that no President sinceJack tins 80 completely brought his to his support and we may Jt by saying that no other President hut aJiIci8Ofl has kohl tha Continued ijth column lstpugeJ thzlet i r 55531