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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 II s r j 4t tf i t ijjIi rsiIJ t I fr- l 1c Of fJo JfJY f ft i IJ btmiittiiLIt JtLaokt t i i j t VOL XX I V OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY i 61 903 NO 52 Vi I a e rrOINrTO MOVEf w f tr I have rented a storehouse in Flemingslmrg Ky and vill open up business there on August 1st 1903 From now until I move I will sell anything in my large stock at rM cost I would rather have the cost in cash than move them I can replace them with 1 less trouble and you get the benefit of goods without profit I have a nice stock of new fresh goods and if you need Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats or Notions I can save you at least 25 per cent sometimes more Dont miss this chance JAMES QILLON f j you have a 4 57hen wish phone THE to news57 A drouth worse than In 1001 ia the prospect now The work on the Courthuuso a r tower is progressing favorably tt The weather has beon summer t Iireitrtish since Saturday night pji3 Harvesting oil otnder twinef BrRoura i ftoma doors and windows made it k t8 tr4er B noN BROS J v I 1 T Escuralonrtesontbe C O ttoOld Polat Comfort July 29th i i See ad j Hiss Walter Mae Ratliff will booI gin uekool at Harpers schoolhouse Mxt londayI1 A shower Sunday afternoon laid 4 tke dust and made the temperature g r agreeably cool J The Slate Valley baseball club or th defeated the Ore Banks team Sun I J day by 23 to 21 1 rei Ai t The rthouse yard presents a t z JltlUlx8C With the tonemQsons t f at work t Wx MOST HAT ODR XOVET SO peM call aad settleso 6 Bucisca 1 Sprinkles of rain are freorient kut gardeai are gradualrying t up fr need at a soaking i cVJ yt c JflauU freesers all sizes from one aollx quarts et ByrenUardwro 7 Dont tan to Ion of those t1aiiuix BAKDKADE Little Blue grain cradles at Byron Hardware L 1IThe Owingmlle baseball club If getting Its repuP It defeated a Preston nine Friday afternoon b27 to6 4 lt The speBof hot weiitlur ended i Saturday afternoon with o strong wIadthatprcmIeedaraInbutfaiIIt to Pre icUat Burns Jenkins of Kentucky UniTor Lexington a pr ach d nt tho ChtiotUn Church t Sunday morning t T 8 Shront la erot1jqa OI b story warehouse In flu rear of t utorehonne he recently pjm ased int JaMes Gillon The katrdidf carat last week teaI announce frnst within six wrekiiA katydid hnwerer has I1 HotiABS of melodya l f Lightning Setnrd killed a enwI t4t belonging to Steve Beynolda 4 I ae nf James Hicks in Jones VBraKcb eighborhooo J Buggy Marneet In hendmadet aid factory large line eHi dmsters whips and fly nets BTROK BROS ta Koants 4 Grain bought a lot atl I salt Lick of W A Whitcomb for t L t tke purpose af ereeting a business IMHM Price paid eleTen hundred 4Ijari sash f i 2 Per SO days to reduce tock we 1 will vadervell all competition on I V qneeasware and glassware See us before buying E L A T BYRON i Tais kfs been a peculiar season fa regard to rainfall Heavy rains have fallen Ia1l areas whilo the greater part of the county has mffered for a aoaking rain since iI early in April t1I + 4 New FINKAs successors to Os 4 41r Palmer we are prepared to do r1 T rythIag in the Hue ef blacksmith and ear repair work having palrheriJjv E8TILL HonKER z t 21 r Tiaral Furnishings Prompt q eijvipmeaU and modern servi- cestl f ales dealer in IrtVelaBS furniture 4 ef aU de eriptiosB Call and see 91 biTer purchasing ewbere H D FARIS Owingsville Ky tIL fires Funeral Director and i Embatmer SIa I Fox MAQiiTRAT Ti J Jonosls I candidate to Mteeeed himself Ti1 I Magistrate Owingsville district t I 4Mr Jones Jeaeo the cleverest I of Men PO JHIr W the people d aa4astriet party manHe witI likely have a walkover for the stamtaatiM and election rI1 RILCT A XsonrAzConstabl Xeb Diekerson of Salt Lick lKeI here and lodged in J- al8ilht XiUy Craig charge with threatening the peace an qulWdeeEcsrtain people Rile ba a Jug of liquid eheerfulnes whea arra4ed and he toted i l 1lto town gargling bJ si throat pith ItJat interval si lf1iaJaJI re and ayct t ft a1eoderSligibkto the pot v II 3I4wksIssner re P r 1- a tf E C irij r itC H = r4JJ tfJ ip l1I W 1 rI It W f i 20 c t PERSONAL t OscarUrothcrs baby has been lIck Mrs JosephincMoorcs has typhoid foyer Mrs Sarah Estill Is suffering with erysipelas Mrs Henry Schwab went to Cincinnati Monday M D Paris IB out again from his spell of sickness SharpsburgMrs D S Estill returned Friday rom a visit at Lexington Elder J M Hash of Winchester was In to see us Monday Oscar Palmer Is convalescent from his attack of typhoid foyertOllle Coons returned Wednesday ofIIlust week from a trip to Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Ford Patterson went o Flerhlngaburg Tuesday afternoonc Mr and Mrs J L Templeman of near were in town Tues JMrschildren of Farmers were in town Friday Clyde Daniel of Louisville aftorA I 1SunduyJohn Craig of Winchester was in Cnrringtonhree d3tlsshome to Mlllersburg after a visit Miss Mary Connor tJd Mrs Carroll Chenault and onofdt Sterling flatted relatives t hwre the past week V- Mm James Gillon returned Tuesday tram a visit to relatives InMnsun and Fleming counties Mrs T J Young of LouisvzhlvC aine last week to visit Mrs J B Ooodpaster Misses Issa B White of Mt Ste ling and Catherine Rico are guests of Mrs E H Goodpustor t Jacob McKInnovnn otWbtQakTreturned Saturday months stay at Hoopston Ill I Mrs J J NesblttwentWcdnesday of last week to visit her dauuhiterp Mrs WI Strader in Alt Jackson nnd Vlf Frankfort returned homelast weekafttr a visit to Mr anti Mrs Samuel MJackson H nry Bell and Adlo Lefort of Uromley Ky lent from Saturday ill Tuesday here and in the county Miss Lela Hurst who had teen the guest of Mrs B M Qoodpater returned homo to Sharpsburgrtiurs day MIF Ithr JtH TJerji Taiilboo ti 51a illUT vlKr to Iv iiIondayMrs Win L Killpatrick nnd children of Mt Sterling came lust J week to visit her father Win H Daugherty Incovered from a severe attack of malarial fever Those who attended thoDem crat- o convention at Morehead vbfrom hero were J M AtChisoA an Geo P Jones W L Killpatrick of Mt Sterling spent from Saturday night till Mon morning with his family at W H Daughertys Mrs Alex Conner and little daugh ter Eleanor returned Tuesday from a visit to her parents James McKeo and wife In Chicagoh haytonKir and Mrs Walter Harper John G Roberts and L E Grlpgs- MrsBessIeDeGraffenrsIdwho had been visiting her mother Mrs Lou MuskogeemdMiss Jessie Atohison1o lower Slate Creek returned We rsday of last week from a twoweeraVvlsit to relatives and friends at As1 ndIAllle Lane of Mt Bter been very poorly of late with 8tomjach brother with him Wednesday night of last week Wm L Houston of Louisa was Into see us Monday Mr and Mrs Houston are with the latters father John W MoGloftson at Olympia who is poorly with stomach disease Mrs H Duley Chas P Duley and MrgEHzabftthDuleyTallaferro leave this morning to visit the family of WyoininganMrscounty Fleniingsburir Tlmos Dem- ocrAt This following attended the State Republican convention ntLouIsvillo going down Tuesday evening Reuben Gudgell Judge W S Gudgell WC Tipton G A Peed Rex Cor Samuel Jackson G W Mc Ktnnevan Ellis Byron Bert Daniel JA Barnes Thursday of this town Dr H H Lewis and Henry andOmarBarberonVyomlngRobertI of Roes Run LOST Ladys gray wrist bag be tween James T Peters and Flat Creek QB Mt S pike Return to lO6rLOOK office for reward SCNSTRUCK On last Saturdn rhoaaa Estills daughter Mamie aged about 15 years and very 11esh J was hoeing in the garden at he- rmofuh Fleming county She went to the house and told her mother to bring her some water as she felt sickftfcWhen her moths f brought the water she found he daughter unconscious A physi clan was summoned but he pro nounced her case hopeless A messenger wab dispatched here Sunday afternoon Jrber aunt Miss Margaret Reeve At the I latestzpors the patient way get tip better r v t i I4e fI i = rJor t 1rt DSEDMrs Samuel Ratliif sis teririiaw of Mrs Ida illiott of this town who was with her during her lout illness died July 5th ut 530 n m at her homo in Carlisle and wee buricd the following Tues day morning DAT WILL BE NOMINEETbeI Democratic precinct conventions in Bath county Saturday instruct ed for Chins Day of Morehead for the nomination for Representative In this district composed of Bath and Rowan counties lIe had no opposition Rowau nlno instructed for him PEELED OAK PROTRACTED MEE- TuoEidcr JMRashof Winches cr who is tro ployed to preach once month at the Peeled Oak Union Church has been conducting a prottraded meeting ever since the Sunday a week ago Ho has been having a large attend nCe with gQodorller Up toI he had bad seventeen additions to the church membsr ship V CECIL O KMaytown i 3 1903 OtTINGSVILLE OUTLOOKKt see in Tn C OUTLOOK of lust i week that I got killed near Olive Hill KyJLhere is no foun ation for any such rumor I have ad no trouble of any kind luh n Iownlains Ky J Sincerely yours v H R CECIL rBran JAILED HERE Policeman eo Smith being on this road to re Nimrod Byrd Jr who sho him at Mt Steiling was admitted to bail for 5000 which ho gave and was released from custody He was rearrested by Sheriff Allen McCormickund brought hero hursday being under sentence oftten days in jail on a concealed weapon charge the 25 fine being si Howpe placed in jailbTHE PICKIC Tho picnic given Saturday in Shelby GoodpnvterV vnods near Stepstone by Acker A O U Vwas attended flyiromised a highly enjoyable day hen u windstorm came on hliout 1 oclock in the morning l ttgicPi ere overturned by the wirv JOBI vehicleH bioke 1Itbtts if4 ssfettjjjjy at La artsd 4 by the wind luckily one haft caught against a stump andM aved the giU from probable us injuryXEverybody was soaked vith rain ruining the ladies pretty ostune and spoiling the day fur hem Many went home before inner on that account Provisions ere plentiful The Stepstonecor net band made eomo good music hose who remained after thetainI ad a goodtimeJa RUNAWAY Bor ShnrpsburgKy July 11 1903Editor OUTLOOK Some six weeks ago a boy about 14 years old calling himself Ciaroncer Snedegar comb to my huntring work In answer to my quest ion he said he was an orphan and is home was in the mountains with is grandmother who didnt treatsim well and he concluded to out for himself Ho was a boy who corned to have been well raisedt with good manners t doing his work more carefully than most men He had boen with ustnearly a week and wo became at tached as we supposed to the or child On Sunday evening lone of the Toy boys came inquiring the boy saying his name wasI Harlan Willson and his father was in the neighborhood looking for him as be bad run away from home He asked to hold the boy for him until his father could have a talk with him assuring me ho would not compel him to go with him Believing his statement I said nothing to the boy about it The boy was milking when Mr Willson came in sight He said to me Who is thatI replied Its your father isnt it Ho started to run Mr Willson jumped from his horse and ran after him He passed me with such a demoniacal look on hits face I really feared for the boy and went around behind the barn when ho caught him He spoke very roughly to the boy taunting him with changing his name My wife and I both insisted on him leaving him promising to send him home any time ha was willing to go But he forced him to get behind him on a horse none too fat with nothing to ride on but the bare bones and that is the last I have seen of either of them I see in TUB OUTLOOK he has again run away as I told the man he would do and would go eo far he would not find him tho next time Under ordinary circumstances home is the host place for boys but irjwhen they Jiave mean treatinoiu at tome tbworst place of nil lie ilaco in this world for the manu acture of criminals an uuiippy home is the best Yourcorrespviiul ents advice to the boy w write home ia but the t 1FthikWb tfhh hior OJ A B- ox1At liJ AN M DElmor nStfetnam of JulyStliMedicine and is a full fie ged M D now Hip old friends in Bath county are glad of his admission to practice his profession Ho was reared near Reynolilsville and has many relatives POlsnNEDilillard S aten family of near PrestoVmad a narl bydrinkingvessel at the dinner givenat the dedication of the Peeled Oak Union Church July 5th They were made very sick but their physician brought them around all right Count DAY Monday was a cool nd pleasant day but the crowd in own was rather light All except poorTherehe market was dull Some 50 cattle mostly common young heifers and cows with calves wore on sale 140 sheepand n sow nnd pigs Tho cattle sales were at ow prices the sheep not sold anti he sow and three pig brought 8 Sam Luthrara sold eleven 600 to pOOlb heifers to Dick lies at 290 Shrout sold a horse mule for 100 one horse for 95 end two horses at 85 each Funt Johnson bought a horse for 125 L F4Mann unld to Fletcher Mann a mule for 100 JL INFORMAL HOP TheJuriiorDanc ag Club gave a little hop at the Seminary Thursday night and had the finest kiudIIf a time in an in formal waj5A string hand of three pieces from Mt Sterling tnude the music Dancing didnt begin until after Miss Annn Potore ngslhuulwas over about en oclock The chaperones were Mrs F P udgohi Dr and Mrs J H taull ee Mr and Mrs A II on nnd Mrs W R Patterson Mr 1111 Mrs Ford Patterson othara dancing were XISHKS 3rt1e a list her Tnulboo tnlllc Fart nry nod Toue Omlgoll Julia Elliott mien and Diiilleylruttfl KIUnbtliBcott VKinUy BrotUor Anu Iutora 1tlc4 jt 1w aiid Chad BrotherTlobert Catlett Bhernmn and Scott Goodpaster UKX CbriieUson Jo Conner iliit anil Jouott Byron Ilulmcn mceIurrs llrown John Peters LEXINGTON ELKS FuuTho cat alogue for the Lexington Elks FnirI AugusthO15 toronyretary Paul M Justice Room 40 Hnrnnndo Building Lexington fair will be in its fifth year nd the Lexington Elks claim it will be bigger and better than ever DeBaughs 20th Century Band willI ive daily concerts the big rail collision in which two loco motives at high speed will olashI together in full view of the grand stand Wednesday August 12th will be among tho features Be ides the daily trotting and running races and stock exhibition rings there will be from fifteen to twenty other styles of shows to in rest the people One feature of this year will be a beautiful Jap e Villago introducing recently imported natives from Japan There will also be a number of free open air exhibit jons afternoon and tripliasDIED IN ALABAMARidervlllo- Ala July 12 1903 OWISQSTILLE OUTLOOK We will ask you as a favor to us and our friends and relatives in Bath and Rowan coun tiesto print tbtf sad news of our 2 yoarold daughters death in TOE OUTLOOK She passed away Wednesday July 8th at the Selma Infirmary at Selma Ala whore we had carried her four weeks prevI- ous to her death We placed her under the best physicians and trained nurses that could be gotten My husband and myselfwatched over her for six weeke and all that could be was done but to no avail God wanted our little one Wo brought her back to Riderville Thursday morning Her little re mains were laid to rest at Planters villeCemetery one mile below our home No one knows how sad our home is being ao far away from relatives however we had many friends that came to us in our dis tress We were in Kentucky last year with our little ono so happy hut little did wo know when we bid our friends and relatives goodbye that when we made them a visit this July our little one would he left behind However God ttoes all things for the best We wilt be in Kentucky about the last of thismonthi We have so many relatives in Bath county that it would take a day to write them BO asthejalUllke TIIK OUTLOOK wo tiilrhi8menn of lotting them koQi 0C our dear ones death s Ie rleep little one sleep nol ty cra st diol on thy moth RacketStoreDURING give special bargains each week Come early and get the benefit of these special prices before they are all sold These prices are good until next paper lOc Lawns yd 7e 8eh II So oIt h4c40 II 30 70c Parasolonly 5Jo- 98c IICor 7Uc Towels pr 4c Mens Heavy Work Shirts 25c Regular 12c Cottonado yd lou Mens Heavy Cotton Socks pr 7c Ladies Hose pr 2Jc pksArnictlluraraor CASH PAID FOR EGGS E1 uV H EFLI N Owinssvmc Kentucky sELLi Nt- OUT TO QUIT BUSINESSFrom this date June 24 will sell my entire stock of AT COST FOR CASH MILLINERYDRESS GOODSNOTIONS Etc My stock consists Lawns Dimities White Goods Calicos Cot tons Hosiery Corsets Underwear And many other things too numerous mention COME EARLY AND GET BARGAINS MRS D aESTILLO- wingsviile9 Ky j oneJFIotREPUBLiCAN COUKTY UONVKSTI 1iAt a muss convention of the Ko pulilicuns of Bath county held on the 11th day of July 1003 at the Courthouse in Owingsville pursu ant to call made by County Chair man James A Barnes Chairman called the meeting to order when Dr H II Lewis was made Chair man and Rex Cornclison Secretary R Gudgell then offered the fol lowingresolutions which being discussed were unanimously adopted towitBe Resolved by tho Republicans of Bath county in mass con vention assembled let That our confidence in and endorsement of tho administration- of President Roosevelt which we havnheretnfore expressed by reso lutions assembled BB now have been Increasedand strongthened in every particular That by reason of the Presi dents patriotic advocacy and on forcement of Republican policies and measures as well as from bis his open expression of vIews and judgment upon all questions of ad ministration which have arisen during hula term of office mako him the logical candidate oftbe Re publican party for President in 19042d That we are in favor of haying candidates nominated for every office to be voted for ut tho next November election and that our nominees should be men of high persltnulcbaraoter and quhlificu iona for the office sought so as to command the entire support of the party and to enlist with us many voters of other parties in tho support of our ticket 3d That every Republican owes it to himself und to his party to act honestly and fairly toward each other in making nominations for office nnd in support of the ticket unity and harmony in the party are vitally essential to success After tho adoption of the fore going resolutions tho following fur ther resolution was adoptedtowlt Resolved That the following persons bo appointed as dele gates from Bath county to the State Republican convention to be beld on July 15 1903 at Louisville towit C W Tipton Rex Cornel Ison L E Daniel Ellis Byron Vf S Cudgel Jas A Barnes H T Hopkins George A Peed John L Vice S H H Lewis Henry Wills John U Jones C C Johnson B F Piersall D R Bish op Omar Barber M Brown C G McAlister G R Armstrong R GudgeJirThos Foley Robt Cole man W W Carter Jerry Davis Chas T Vice R D Johnson R lSharp Leo Brown G W McKin nevan Japper Byron Jno JCoylet Robert Hart Dan Harper This resolution was adopted iitt Qudgell ttoriollered the fol r IIy 14 Pt Tins Sc 6 Glass Fruit Saucers lOc G lbs Paris Green 1 4 1lb Soda 2iu 6 Fancy Tumblers 12u 3gal Strainer Milk Bucket 25c Tin Dishpans 15c Machine Oil Cans uc Counterpanes SOc Nice Pearl Buttons 5c doz- Watch this space for bargains I goods of to MJackson J lowing resolution towit i Resolved That the delegates J from Bath county are instructed to voto for Augustus E Willson us tha 1101 Ice of tho State conven thou for Goverttir Omar Harbor offered ijn amend ment to said resolution Tina Lht delegates go uninstructed as to Use nomination for Governor which was adopted by a vote of 21 to 13 R Gudgell then offered the following resolution which was unnn imously adopted delegatesfromstructed to cast the vote of Bath county for JJ of Bell Ocountyasaof State The following resolution was adopted toWit That the publisher of THE Ow INGSVILLE OUTLOOK be requested to publish the proceedings of this meetingThen the convention adjourned- H S H LEWIS Chairman REX COBNELISON Socy The Cntlcttsburg baseball club is comadown Thursday and make simians of the Owingsville club if they can- BEFLIcrIoNS OF A BACIIELOLI Its never too late to youve i got it When a woman is dressing to putT on n lowneck gown she is to death ijLanybody sees her throat until it iiall undressed I Its takes a woman to cast sheeps eyes at a man across then aisle in a car whoa she seems to be looking out of the window behind tiertrho man who thinks he has 2 learned it all has probably learned IiallThere are hens and others who think they do their whole duty h when they cackle It she only could get well again afterward the average woman would like to die every once In so p often to see how nice a funeral she could have New York Press WANTED 7Bringtho NEW- OWINGS HOUSE sour CHICKENS EGGS BUTTER CASH PAID NATHANIEL MARKLAND OLD POINT COMFORT VA Cheap excursion rates via C t O Route July 29th 1903 On July 29th roundtrlp tickets will be sold from Lexington Ky and all stations from Lexington to Ashland at 13 Tickets good 15 days from date of sale For fun rnforinatitm inquire of your agent or write JonN D POTTS A CPA gincinnati Q or G W BAKNET D P A Lexington Ky tt 1 i tf SADDlESIi UARNEsjt Why buy a shoddy socalled or Saddle or Harness when you can get strictly firat hiss goods Jfmade right hero at homo and made out of the best nnltar ned leather and by men that only make firstclass work fIsIf you try ono set of our handmade buggy harness yoit will J always use thorn I have the best line ell s1uldlery goods In this part of the State I am Yours for best saddles and harness EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE EYji I SAM U ATCHISONADRUCCHST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO CIGARS Gl BUY GREEN SEAL HOE FOR MEN WOflEN and CHILDREN 4 MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY U S A WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED SOLESthe bestwearing leather in the world 6 For Oscar Chandler Owingsville sale by Kentucky J J= = t n =Look What Prices It Iliens Heavy Shoes regular 5125 85C I I I 850Hens lrIt Mens Vici Pat LeatherShoes 300 225 I Mens Kangaroo Shoes guatanteed 150 fr Ladies Vici Kid Shoes Ssc Jar Ladies ViciKidShoes lacere 200 92C p Ladies Vici Pat LeathShoes 250 160rL t 390HensCoarse Cotton extra good 4 and 4C ydTableg tiCASH M Oscar Chandler Postoffice One doorabnve = j Quarterly Report of the OWINGSVILLR BkKfflO At t so of L sin uc 1 1 HBBOUBR28 Lonn nnd Discounts7UtI 01 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 7729 56 Overrtrnftsunsecured Duo from National Unnks7 aDue from titftte iianks und flankers 600 83 8100 83 Due from Trust Companies limiting ItousonndLot 8 0091 Other Real Estate Mortgagc TJB Bonds therStocksand D-ondspecloS IM 01 Currency 2835 003001 01 Exchange for Clen rings Other Items carried as Cash Furniture and Fixtures 7S G Fund to pay Taxes Current Expenses Last Quarter Kxpenio Account 264t 95018 10 TItflILITIltS Capital Stock paidin In cashP01000u- rpiu Fund JII11IT Undivided Fronts flue Depositors as follows viz Deposits subject tocheckon which Interest ls not 33OT3 mi subject to checkoi which- 1ntres1IpMid Demand certificates of deposits on which Interest Is Tlnio certificates of deposits on which Interest Is paldjt6lll1 57 15 Barings depoait3on which interest- Is paid rertlfled checks NatlotaIlMflkSS 115 ueHtato Hanks Bankers 1081 00 1000 w neTrustConlpattiOS- Cnhier heck Bills rediscounted npald dividends axes due and unpaid Capital SUock not Interest account3894SUriLEMKNIARY Highest amount of Indebtedness of any stockholder srson compa ny or firm Including In the liabili of the or flrm the lln utty ot the Individual members thereof directly or Indirectly If uch ludebtedn exceeds pr cent of capital stock actually pnll n1and actual amount of surplus of Indebtedness A tatcd In above item I secured See Kcctlon Kentucky Statutes IllRlioU amount of luuehtcduess f any director or officer If amount of such Indebtedness exceeds 10 pr cent of paidup capital stock of Bee BecYlonJSJrKontueky iiatuteV How II same hecured Does amount of Indebtedness of any person company or firm In cluding In the llublllty of the com or Orm the liability of the In illvlJunl members thereof exceed so per cent of paidup capital anti iciual surplus No fso state amount of such Indebt edness o Amount of last dividend 1130000 Were nil expenses Inssesjnterest taxes deducted therefrom be ore declaring dividend and was not less than 10 per cent of the net profltsot the bank for the the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said divi dend was declared Yes See Section 606 Kentucky Statutes 9501 10 IllsCountyTH Brown Cnsliler OwlnesvllIeUank log lo1 Bank located nod doing business at No street in tho town of Owlngsvllle In said county blnc duly sworn Jnytheforegoing report Is In nil respects a true statement ol th j condition of Bank tit tho close of buslnrss on tho OlD dn of 1911 to the best of his knowledge and bend nati further says tIui tile iusinees of said flank hns been trnnsnctud nt the loon Hon nlmOO nnd nnttehefe anti that the nbgvn report Ia made In coinpjlrtncc with an official notlco received from the of Btatodeslinntln theSLtli dayHrrflnrY as the day on which suchre ports shall be made JlI niCUAHT President J 11 11104 AliT Director RUUDnFtrilllrector BubscrlbeU mill sworrito before mo by T II Brown fnsbler the 1st day of Jul lWK In YCouunlsslon tto f J i r j Statement of Condition of FARMERS BANKOwingsville Kri at the close of business tune 20 Jii KKSOURCEH 2tIOvereJrnftecurPdu7 Due from fntlonalflankSIt184V53 flue front State flanks and Bank ifDue800000UtberltealGstnteMortiuifs i U a Bonds Other Htocks nd Bonds Specie sriaism a Currency iran W Kichango for Clearings so J820i8t C3 nFurnitureFund to nay Taxo rCurrent Expenses Last Quarter Give description lucatlin value andhow long owned nil real estate ex cept bnnklnl house IInd lot It nllT owned lougur than lIve years tan 0LIABILITIS8 Capital Stock pall In In cash f 40000 n Surplus Fund110iIII 00 711DuoDOJoslttlsubJect Lu cheek onwlilch 1CDerKwltMiilJecttochPckcnTrllch tDemandwhIrl Iritect h paid JSTime curlincntts of deposits on iwhich Interest Is pnl H Savings deposits on which Inter est pith Certined ChechsIDue National Bank i1KI DuoBtuto Banks Bankers 417J 7i V5fil 50 Duo Trust Conipnnlaj Cashiers Chocks outstanding Hills redl9counted Unpaid dividends Tnxea duo and unpnlil i Capital Stock not pnld V 1uuI110 82001BUPPLBMENTAKV highest oinountoflndobtcdnpis t of any stockholder rom nany or drra Includlngin t lie In i liilltyof the company or flrm the IInbllltottbehltl1ldualancmbersthereot such Indebtedness exceeds O per cent or capital stockactuahy patti In nnd actual amount of furpliu ofthebnnk lone2 How In Indebtedness stated IlL Y j nlraveitem securedBee Section Kentucky Statutes a i night uiiiountoflndebtttdness of any dIrector orotUcerlf amount of such hutleijtIne exceeds lOper jcentof paidup capItal stock of NonaHraI Hun U name securtxl 5 DiHSiimount of indebtedness of InclUlhujC thoIndhlnoulceod per cent of I aidup capital NoIfdcbteduesK 0 Amouutof last dIv1dends 24O 7 WerealleipenBcIos3eslnterost 001fOfnot less than 10 per cent of netpro tits of the bank for tho period covered by tho dividend carried to Olvldentl Yes See Section 380 Kentucky BtiUbijt t2223CUSState of Kentucky Counts of Until ss l Dankbnnk n Jlalustrchtln the city of Cwirrgsvlllo In IInlclcllunly beIng duly 5Ttn ifls tluftreitoing report ii In liiift Itosjatemuntof thuroiuirtlqnnfkhDsaldluirVr nt clu on ntiin133Une to the best of hIs nowlt lC1tnl1 j boielnnafiirtlisr aystliRtthe buslnesKuf 10eInonHl ov rDport4s Hindi In with auiJ5 ofllciaIvtlcc rlC1lrdfromlho Bfcre tary tot ofStotislgiiti thJlhhoi oJunIWtt as thItIIIty1Ii whlcll snot cport iball rbe IIJLACsJ llUllUltPAHTKltJblreetiui UrjIBUiUOH WteciorX j I AVCOOUIAHTKBjJJlrcctor tsworn be1rmo brlacy the 1st day IUIlsLltOUlGEll Aotnrj Public It fa f t k 1Jt S i j ca1 1 J t th 1 rJi o 1 14i 1 iy t t 1 OWINGSVILLEOUTLOOKI OUTLOplC RUB CO Publishers lbLAUGH IT AWAY 2IMnthuntinglionsDont justIgnoreDont go sighing Yrs tis pleasant Just at present but ah me Th res tho sorrow ot tomorrow whcro will all our sunshine betI It the worst Is In the future and has been iJ there all the while we can keep It there by laughing till wo make the others smile If the worst Is In the future let stay there for we know That tomorrows always threatening to bring UP soandso It But tomorrow with Its sorrow never comes within our Razeo For all time Is just a pageant of these f busy old todays a worst stay In the future where It thallbeen all the while e can keep It there by laughing till tho others start to smile When we look toward the sunset In tho 4 gorgeous afterglow Let us thank the blessed Father for tho e things we do not knowiLet us thank Him entt that while our backs have bent Underneath the load weve had Ills arms 4S about us all the whilel 1Lt us laugh away whole world wears a smile Let us laugh away the trouble thougibour eyes are dimmed with Let us laugh away the heartaches and fearslut happyla gooFerthat itSI seldom understood Oh there is no future coming with a lota of trouble In flaothers start to grbisLos Angeles Heraldt= = v rJ- a Mystery of the Bayou Woods t By WALKER KENNEDY irt CopHint brA N Keno Newspaper Co 4 CHAVTEi IV 4 Col Franklin was u man of strung traits nnd prejudices and it was evE dent to Inlng Wnrtle that if he in t cnKeItcome nenrcr P any one else in solving the mystery involved in it lie was not nn ex t tensive practitioner of his profession a P but he had accomplished a number waor had become historic It wus Franklin who had unravelled an election con spiracy and made the demonstration ci eoclenr to the courts that the emi neatly respectable gentleman who I appeared to have been elected I chancellor on the face of the returns was deprived of the office to which he Si hnd been elevated byone of the I tb cleverest frauds recorded in the his tot of electoral rascality esMe j this there was the great diamond 4 dnythroughuut4 t i ippi alien a case ramifying Inti e Nibs New Orlean r v icaibnrgi Itwas Franklin vii jt hy it f expos r thaI rber of eltOlJRd us t1ileir 14 penitenti 1 ir lie s Kun to be wealthy profesjI t seJassreadiness of a resourceful intellect and mokes unusual demands upon the ingenuity he very cordially despised r that other sort which inflicts a dull trudgery It was popular3y supposed that the colonel was interested in a number of enterprises outside of the law which paid biin more handsomely 1than his profession In Arkansas he owned a plantation which yielded him a fine cotton crop every year and it h vas said that he had some interests JnVcommjonjvithhi frlendJoVn T t e tp Niluj about 20 nairrative and by his affable manners factIr was soon success fully launched He happened to win p j ir at the start several cases that occu pied notable places in the popular t fancy and this at once made him jr famous But his financial success dated from the time when he defend IClJohn T Wright from the charge of 4 murder In a fit of passion the lat ter had killed the overseer of his h plantation and when his auger suit aaS Hided and his reason returned he st 4I bund himself in a by no means envi r able position Public sentiment was thatop t smore potent the law While 3 L Invisible statute allowed one man slanderiperSn Franklin was employed to defend He at i 4onc saw the dfsperntesituatlon of f 1 client and the necessity of secur 4 stjIngan acquittal by other means than i atIllg to the luck of a jury trial remorseI Publtf t las van t ulshedby the orruption and Wright F t Skasacquitted From that time on Jt close intlmacyexistedbetween the 7el1el and his lawyer The popularI tIi WjBftvthat Wright had given him fra aUlqwedMmBirfI 3 edfnij4jti n had probably assisted Independr5I r oj ways cli4 the planter show his grati IA 2 J eg tude for the services rendered him a bythelwyerS li 1 3v At theJiJpe Wright was murdered ixylJ Franklin vasabqut 40 years old He r was tall ol stature and he dressed cJSf 4 viithlMcupuloua cnre He was a very matterrAVtf v well The correctness of Ws attire i v Vt i the aultlees linen and the rose that I e hisal ofrpartlyStouchiwere soft and uthfwas genJj J1dgtaciot Evidently he was whosetPi 5 = itytyirvM j6e Dangerous Such a l uretdoubtlessSterwith 1tIeso1l1Jntoa efforts 5z t r acr to rtlw murderer of his l l frie4 tistIe as4 It need hardly omeSabs rbiuglnterest hcpsIerioI riae btIdc-i It r J I tr1 l t J rtf a rTAr c ff P fo tfrJI i b i itrIf3r o wJk vri r f j i it or J S rup his mind to unravel it if tlmV were I possible When he entered Col Franklins low office ha found that gentleman smoking a cigar nnd reading Byrons 0CflS a book of which he was ex cessively fond He seemed to think it necessary to explain that whenever he did not feel like working he did feel like reading Byron the greatest of all the poets he would say with a halfcaressing touch upon the worn volume He received the newspaper null courteously and laid the book aside I come to see you said Wnrde about the murder of your friend Wright Has anything come to light Xo nothing tangible but 1 thought perhaps you might he able to suggest n theory concerning it 1 am afraid said the colonel that I can throw but little light iii that terrible affair Everything seems veiled in the densest mystery Wright was killed in the woods where no liuninn bring could have been a witness to the deed For two or three days the body lay there and no one hut the murderer knew that the crime hnd been committed In the inonlitiinc the homicide whose object seems to have been robbery but who may have used robbery to veil n deeper motive has no doubt loft this section of the country mill will not ie likely to make his appearance here lignin for some tiniu unless indeed e can be apprehended nUll brought ack by the law- I have some reason to doubt whether he has left Xilns said Wardc Indeed replied the colonel keen ly interestedOf it is lInla surmise on Y part but there lire certain circum 1ces which lend color to the idea hat the murderer was not an ordi nary thief and that his motive was something else than robbery It is my opinion that he is now in the cityThat is important news surely If true What proof have you in support of Mich a theory 1 You see answered Irving smiling 1 have contracted the detective crae recently and have male some inves tigations on my own hook and I be lieve the murderer has not only not run away but that he has seen his victim twice this very day How do you know this asked the colonel with a skeptical smile 1 do not know it but I suspect It very stiwngly andI will give you my reasons for doing so lie then gave a detailed account of his investigations Col Franklin listened attentively to the story without interruption and without betraying hether or not he was impressed with the young journalists Ingenious theories When the storywas fin shed he snt lost in thought He was evidently bringing to bear upon the evidence presented all tile powers of his astute intellect At length he said Your story is certainly startling and you deserve great credit for the interest you have token in the matter 1 believe that your investi gations will aid materially in solving the mystery and 1 thnnk you for putting mc in possession of such facts ns you have This wait all the satisfaction that Wanle could get out of the lawyer and he was visibly disappointed but he knew that Franklin was not the mpji to catch at every plausible sur obtaininjIromof the cotton king for biographical purposes he took his departure after agreeing to Inform Franklin of any new discoveries on his part posiblennd you may aid me materially said the great lawyer with a flattering smile as he bowed him out CHAPTER V The Wright place was one of the oldest homesteads in the country but neither time nor war had dismantled it of its oldtime grandeur The sharper tints of the dwelling had been toned down and there was letS tho soft reposcfulnuss nnrtaristocrat ic old age flood care had been taken keptitIts interior decoration The long leadingtoelled the trees were trimmed with care anti the lawn in summer was ns smooth and soft to the eye as green silk The house itself wns an example of the magnificent in structure It had a long piazza spacious halls and big rooms Seen in summer cnvi HB TALKED A GREAT DEAL WITH THE CORONERdroned by tne green was very cheerful and inviting but in winter its outward semblance was one of gloom and melancholy One could easily imagine that It was hiding some unpleasant secret behind its massive walls On Irving Warde this impression was deepened on the cold cheerless morning of the inquest when In company with his friend the chief of police he drove up the carriage way The murky sky seemed entangledIntrees and the grayness of the earth added to the cheerlessness An unusual commotion rpigned about the place The negro servant were in afiurry of excitementand Ui neighbors were arriving in twos an threes ostensibly sad but devoured by curiosity Each one present had his own tory of the murder and a great many gratuitous suspicions were bandied about in the crowd earsandmeats Perhaps among those present stalked the bold perpetrator of the crime This thought made him s4 lent and watchful and he soon became absotbed in the contemplation of some of those who had arrived Franklin also was there and taking tLarked interest In the inquett for 2 1Ij r 7 4 1 t J4 t e r r s 1 1Fj he talked a great deal with the core ncr and whispered with the chief ol police and the sheriff und occasionally he could be seen interrogating sonic person who appeared to hnvo a story to tell which might throw liglit upon the tragedy When the coroner wns ready to take up tho examination the crowd repaired to the apartment where the hotly hUll been deposited There were two parlors which by menus of slid lug doors could be merged into one room almost large enough to aeeom modatc those present Those who could not get in stood in the hulls nnd managed to hear the testimony None of the deceaseds family wns khadabout the murder Under police suPoveilnnee lie wandered up and down nppnrentIwholesome Curious eyes were often turned toward him and frequently eyes that hud another light than of curiosity in them but ho seemed oblivious to it all although being under arrest ho knew that suspicion pointed to himIIlk pbeTtilWhen the jurors hind taken their seats and everything wns in readiness an examination of the body by the rlghtImdhead nnd at close quarters too as was evidenced by the yovier burns on the hair And the inference was unavoidable that the murderer hud been walking behind his victim and that the latter did not expect the nt tack He must also have been fully aware who it WIll tilt walked thus behind him for the FquarciiPKS with which the blows lund been dealt showed that he hind not turned his bend in suspicion or curiosity The first witness examined wns an gracIouhtsend him to jail for lifo or order him hanged on the spot should aught go amiss with his testimony His terror gave nn incongruous clement of comedy to the serious business on hand He took hisscat gingerly and the coroner began to question him Whats your name London sah was the answer London wild the coroner in stir jwisesDats my name Ef you doan blecvc me you can ax de mistes ef hit aint I done tole you de trutcI lonE doubt that old mnn Iathe coroner repressing with an ef fort an Inclination to smile Nov tell us your Inst name Wright sah I jes calls myself London Wright sahaWell London we want to get out of you what you know about this murderaLordy boss I doan know nutbln bout it I char tel goodness I didn hnb niithin ter do wid it Mars John always done treat me well Nobody thinks you had anything to do with it London the coroner said reassuringly but there is some information that you can give us perhaps Tell me were you at home the day before Mr Wright Wall killed Yes sah I wus dar Did anybody cnll on that morning Yes sah Whp was itT Well jmmg Mr Wright wus one rudder man 1 doan know who he WHS Mr Wright had two visitors then Yes snh Who got there first Dis udder man Can you tell me what this other man looked like Iheyrdhe sea roe ter clean the gun up fur him caise he gwine huntin nex day anJte toll me soons I got it fixed librarJWenit ter him I foun de llbrny donh wus shut an locked an 1 beam two pussons talkin in lan kinder low Wen I knocked Mars Wright he corned ter de doah an he holler fro 0 ter bring de gun back later dat he wusbusy den Well I go out ter de stable an feed de bosses an in bout half er hour I went back an gib Mars Wright de gun I o stranger who goneYou was Xo sah I guess Mars Wright mm hab let him inter de house hesef caise I axed nil de niggers bout him ind Icy didn nobody pear to know nutin bout him What made you nsk about him Well you see us cullud folks likes ter know who comes ter de house an all bout em sos we kin talk itnil ober in de kitchin monst ourselves Oh I see Well how long was it before young Wright put in an ap pearance giblnrstermyself fo I goes out Did he seem troubled Yes sah lie looked riiiglity resy an he was mighty swif too fur he jes said Winrs my father an wen I ole him In de libray he pushed me outcn de way an he went right in 1 wns so surprised like dot 1 stood dar in de hall an hearn all dey say ter one anndder fo I knowed wnt I wus loin But 1 char dey talk so loud an cited dat I couldn hep it an de doah was open too What did they say Fust Mr Herbert he speak kinder sofJikc an he tell he pa dat he saytintan dat he couldn beg from nobody else dat he didn keer fur bissef but he couldn stan fur ter see den hongry an so he come ter he pa fur some hep Ole Mars Wright he ydatsay Mr Herbert ain got no business ter marry ginst he will an dat he mus tcck de sequences ob It Den Mr Herbert he git mad an tell he pa dat he gwine hab somethin anyhow dat he was lAan stracted an he jes boun ter hab it Den Mar John order him farm de house an tell him he ala got no more time ter talk wid him fur he wus agittin ready ter go huntin de nex day thenJd an mos me bberde hut rack as he got out Did he threaten his father No sahhe didn say nuthin but he jes look desprit kinder s if he didn know what he wus doin n didn keer- London was then excused very much to hla relief and he left the witness stand with the air of a man poriLfberoutine but nothing of importance was added to Londons testimony To Q t ContflyedJ J if1f il4 4 ON OPERATING TABLE John Terrell a Wealth Farmer Shot nnd Killed SoninLivw The Frenzied Man Then Loaded His Shotgun Held a Mob at Bay and Delivered Himself Up to tho Sheriff Bluffton Iml July 13John Ter rell a wealthy farmer living near PCttroleum nine miles north of the illed his soninlaw Melvin Wolfo unday afternoon firing both barrels f a shotgun Into his head as Wolfo lay on the doctor operating tablo to have a leg amputated necessitated by a wound from Terre lls gun fired a short time before Four years ago Wolfe married Tcr rolls daughter Wolfe deserted tho girl It Is said leaving her with a child In her arm A cult was broughto compel him to support his s claimed Wolfe had twice driven ast the Terrell homo shouting Insult remarks end shaking his fist at errellsrell Jumped froai some bushes along the roadside nnd fired at his sonln law with a doublebarreled shotgun Tho first chargo shattered Wolfes right leg The second barrel missed Wolfe was hurried to the office of Dr Saunders at Petroleum and placed on an operating tablo to hava tho leg ant putatcd While a crowd stood around watching the doctor Terrell came tip from his homo in a buggy broke lu the doors of the doctors office drove out the crowd at the point of his gun and with the remark I nm after him and I am going to get him yet fired both barrels Into his soninlaws heath He was terribly mutilated At the time he fired the young man was only halfconscious Terrell got In his buggy loaded up his shotgun and pointer It at the mob that hall hastily formed held It at bay and drove to the sher Iffs residence Ho Is in Jail TRAINS COLLIDED Three Tramps Killed and Over Fifty Persons Injured Kansas City Mo July 13A Mis ean Pacific fast man train which left St Louis Sunday morning for Kansas CIt crashed Into a southbound cx- ursion train that had become stalled t Dead Mans Curve between Little Blue and Lees Summit Three tramps were killed and four trainmen and Negroes on the excursion train were Injured Most of the Injuries consist t of cuts and bruises Noae of the passengers on the fast man were hurt too locomotive a baggage car nd mall car on the fast mall left the track Kansas City Mo July 13Thc lo comotive on the excursion train which consisted of 12 well filled coaches broke down While repairs were making two flagmen were sent ahead to stop the fast mall which was about due The engineer on the mall train failed to see the foremost flag man and It Is said slackened up only when warned by the second man who was running at a high rate of speed and It was Impossible to como toa full stop When the fast mall struck It was making only 15 miles an hour JUDGE WILCOX DEAD He Was the Intimate Friend and Adviser of King Kalakaus Honolulu July 13By Pacific Ca bleJudge Wilcox the intimate friend and adviser of the late KIng Kalakaua and other monarchs pf thu J walUn Ja1AnaXJs treOTss the re suit of an operation blood poisonIngS having set in Judge noted authority on the Hawaiian Ian guage and was thoroughly versed In the history and law of the Islands KISHINEFF RELIEF FUND- Over Seven Hundred Thousand Ron bles Have Been Received St Petersburg July 13The Kishi ncff relief committee has received the sum of 192500 roubles from America and 363700 roubles from Russia The total receipts up to the present time amounts to 736500 roubles and the to tal expenditures reached 464500 rou bles The future expenditure is estimated at least 350000 roubles Secretary Root Visits the President- Oyster Bay N Y July 13Scene- tary of War Root was the guest Sunday night of President Roosevelt at Sagamore Hill He arrived here un accompanied on the 523 train Sun day evening Departmental matters were discussed King Peters Birthday Belgrade July 13The birthday of King Peter was celebrated Sunday and thanksgiving services were held throughout the country The king beld a reception at tho palace anti granted an amnesty In honor ofv tilt occasion The Pretender Defeated Tangier Morocco July 13It is con firmed that the war minister El Mo nobhl entered Taza the stronghold of the pretender Bu Hamara July 7 After seven days hard fighting which esulted In a complete defeat of the rebellious tribes Turks and Bulgarians Fight Paris July 13 According to a dis patch from Constantinople published here engagements have taken place between Turkish and Bulgarian troop of the frontier which the Turks ac cuce the Bulgarians of crossing Denver Pioneer Dead Denver Col July lSRoger W vVoodbury a pioneer newspaper man and banker of this city died Sunday aged 62 Mr Woodbury was a native of Franclstown N H and had been a resident of Colorado for about 30 years A Beneficial Flood Yuma Arlr July 13The flood Iii the Colorado river stands at 2418 Is receding at the rate of 6 inches dally The flood has brought much benefit and very little damage to the farmers Alleged Defaulter- Newburg N Y July 13 Joseph W Cummin Is in jail on the charge of grand larceny He was secretary treasurer and cashier of the Cornwall bank and Is alleged to be a defaulter to the extent of about J50000 wreck ing the bankSStrange Case of Tetanus SL Louis July l3M J Brennan 18 Is suffering from lockjaw as the result of his celebration tt Independ once day He accidentally shot himself In the left leg with a blank cartridge The wound barely broke thi skin fI1 Fi 7 PJCOI ftWtk V VcI iklJ j I State News Happenings t f IQ it h I4 I4 Ot n n ATTEMPTED SUICIDE Loo of One Woman For Another Said to Be the Cauae furMrsue police to have been the cause of he attempted suicide ot Mrs Annl Harth Tho woman leaped from the t hlrd story window at the lodging house of Doc Fausts saloon at First intl Jefferson streets nnd n packet of letters found In her room furnished a clew to the strange story of the nl leged remarkable devotion that leI to tho tragic climax The letters were from two women to each other but they abounded In a gushing sentiment characteristic of the correspondence f young lovers of tie humbler walks of life to which the two women be longMy Own Dear Lee began Mrs In one of her letters In which he declared wo are happy and that ought to be enough anti Darling I lovo you and dont care who knows It A letter from Mrs Sheehan to Mrs Barth glows with sentiment and says I would rather see you In your grave than with any one else Tho two women had lived together three months during which time this strange affection had sprung up be tween them They conducted a board- Ing house In Preston street and from there moved to Brook and Main where together with two brothers of Mrs Sheehan and Mrs Sheehans 18 monthsold baby they kept house From the letters that hall passed be tween them at different times although they have neither of them been out of the city since their intimacy began It is evident that they had hail numerous lovers quarrels It is also evident that the women were jealous of each other and that Mrs Barth was especially jealous of Mrs Sheehan This was the direct cause of the at tempted suicide GOADED TO DISTRACTION A SeventeenYearOld Soy Killed a Fellow Farm Hand Louisville Ky July ILWalter W Hall 17 years old was In the police court Friday charged with tho murder of Elmer Brown a fellow laborer on the farm of Mrs William Duck wall 11 miles from the city Hall surrendered Fritlny morning saying Brown had graded him to des peration Ho claims that about oclock Thursday afternoon he left Mrs Duckwalls place to go home and toot his gun with him On the way over he met Brown who CrabBted a brick and started toward him He then firM- a load of shot at his tormentor The load struck him in the left side Goini to Jackson Covlngton Ky July 13Lteut P Peak received a telegram from Maj Nelson of Company I Second Ken tucky regiment to bring what recruits he has to Jackson Ky at once Peal will leave Monday night with about B7 men Peak has been drilling tin men for the past two weeks at tin armory and they are In good shape Attempt to Kidnap Her Child Newport KYn July 13A comm tion was created on Columbia street by the attempt to kidnap a child Its mother Mrs Stephen G Sharp jvho resides J Cincinnati The par ents separated last March The at te i failure The woman got possessionoftiA1Mi iiwasimllar man ner a few weeks ggo Eleven Prisoners Escape Jail Wllliamsburg Ky July 1lElcve1 prisoners escaped from jail lucre by breaking up the grating In the floor Five were charged with murder nnd the others with serious offenses John Peters is charged with passing In a crowbar to aid them One has been recaptured To Correct Evils Louisville Ky July 13The South ern Clothing Manufacturers associa tion will be organized here Monday to correct evils now prevailing In tho trade One hundred and ten factories will be represented Among the ques tions to come up are employe trouble and salaries Increase In Death Rates Covington Ky July 13The heat tho past week was responsible for tho largely Increased death list as report ed by Health Officer White Thj number of deaths in this city for th 3 week ending July 11 was 27 as against seven deaths for the previous week Clarke Tandy the Winner Lexington Ky July IOClarle Tandy representing Kentucky State college won the Chautauqua Interco legiate oratorical contest with John A Shishmanlan of Kentucky univer sity second Mr Tandy took The Hero as Orator for his subject Completed Oil Wells Fewer Lexington Ky July 13Not as many wells were completed In tho Kentucky and Tennessee oil fields last week as usual However the runs from the developed fields continue on the Increase and give a treat deal of encouragement to the situation River Engineer Found Dead Louisville Ky July 13 William E Brown aged 61 years an Ohio river steamboat engineer was found dead In bed at his residence 1043 East Mar ket street Sunday morning Death was due to apoplexy Signad By Milwaukee Paducah Ky July 13Alonzo Hedges a pitcher for the Paducah league team has been signed to play with the Milwaukee American asso elation team and left Sunday night for Milwaukee Hedges was reared in Padncab Another Victim of the Fourth Louisville KYn July 13The sec ond death from lockjaw following a Fourth of July celebration occurred Victor Scheffer of 1397 Vernon live nue 13 years old died as tho result of a wound Inflicted with a toy pistol Business Suspended During Funeral Harrodsburg Ky July nThoremains of James H Stagg aged were burled by the odd fellows and masons He was one of the most prominent and highly esteemed cit zens ofHarrodsburg Every bank an fl business house was closed Life Prisoner Paroled Frankfort Ky July llThe stat c prison commission granted a parole to1 Dock White ot Madison county an In Whltejwa p f 4 TiiIi i t COUNTY CONVENTION j Belknap Leads All Delegates So Far as Instructions Go Louisville Ky July 3Returnstfrom US counties on Saturdays repub lican county conventions give the following Instructed vote For governor Belknap 702 Wlllson luG Pratt 227 unlnatructed 858 Judgo Pratt stated Sunday night that lie hud 244 instructed votes nnJ that he was assured of 75 votes In Louisville making 318 Ho said he was satisfied his delegates from Frank lin would be seated- I nm pleased with the situation said Judge Pratt anti will fight to the end It Is settled that W C Owens will be temporary chairman The permanent chairman will come from the western portion of the state ATTEMPTED SUICIDEt A Life Prisoner Leaped From a Third Story Window Frankfort Ky July 11 Lafayette Brooks of Morgan county inmate of the Kentucky penitentiary attempted suicide Friday afternoon by leaping from a thirdstory window He is so badly jnjurcd that he will die Brooks was serving a life sentenceS for murder and was one of spirators in August of last year who planned a general outbreak of pris oners In that outbreak Wallaca Bishop of CovIngton a notorious prisoner was killed- WOUNDS WERE FATAL With His Brother Smith Attacked An Officer and Was Shot Hartford Ky July 11 Lincoln Smith who was shot by Town Marshal Sam Kcowe of Fordsville died Friday evening The Smith brothers Lincoln and Cutton were offended because the marshal had levied on a cow belong big to their mother It Is charged they attacked him with fists and knlvc anti he fired the bullet going through Lincoln Smiths body CLAY IN CRITICAL CONDITION A Trust Company Is Made Guardian 1For Him Richmond Ky July toJudge Tur pin Thursday appointed the State Bank and Trust Co of this city guardian for Gen Cassius M Clay and the bank will send a representative to the Clay home to take an Inventory of the property A trained nurse from Lexington was sent Thursday to nurse the general He Is reported In a critical condition Honor Their Dead Chief Louisville Ky July HFive hun tIred L N shopmen arrived Friday MontgomeryI tendent of machinery Twentyfive hundred L N employes and knights templars marched In the funeral procession Daniel Boones Heirs Louisville Ky July 10 Magistrate Ed Meglemry is in receipt of a letter from two New Yorkers who are seek- Ing to locate the estate of Daniel Boone They claim to be heirs The letter Is signed by R H Farrar Eden Eric county New York and S S Farr r Evans Center Erie county New fIe The famous pioneer Daniel Boone lettnostate Died Protesting Innocence Sergent Ky July 11ln the presence of many mountaineers Wilson Bryant aged 28 was hanged at Clint wood in Dlclte Eon county Virginia just over the Kentucky line at 14 Friday for the murder of William Vanover aged 60 years his cousin ca Georges Fork In October 1902 Bryant protested his Innocence A Light Wheat Crop Bowling Green Ky July 11M O Hughes one of the wealthiest antI most extensive farmers In the county en authority on such matters says the wheat yield is onlyabout 60 per cent of a crop Bequest For Orphan School Unlontown Ky July toMlss lIA Boyle whose will has just been probated gave to the Midway orphan school 500 In cash a house anti lot and several vacant lots In Union town Mrs Wlnn her niece and husband received 300 They were tho only relatives remembered New Military Equipments Bowling Green KyJuly 11Corn- pany A K SG of this city rec from Frankfort a consignment of equlpments They consist of khaki and oldfashioned blue uniforms and new side arms Joseph Averitt Dead Milton Ky July nNews reached here of the death of Jos Averltt In Kansas Mr Averltt was formerly deputy sheriff of this county and was en route to Colorado for the benefit of his health His death was due to consumption Died Presumably From Spiders Bite New Castle Ky Juiy ItMrs Alio Lucas a widow who lived two miles from here died from what seems ta have been the bite of a spider She died in great agony Six children survive her John Dancer Training Lexington Ky July 10John Dan cer the Covington pugilist Is working like a beaver to get himself into con dition for his go In this city with Young Dobbs July 22 He Is taking a tenmile trot every day and using the bag with regularity Burglars at Beaver Dam Beaver Dam Ky July 10Burglars taking advantage of the warm weather and consequent open win dows entered several houses here and secured watches and small amounts of money Children Fatally Hurt Mayklne Ky July 10A 7yearold daughter of Morgan Killing an Elk horn creek farmer was thrown from a mule and fatally hurt A 3yearold brother who was riding with his sis ten was thrown also and perhaps fa ally hurt p The Trouble Satisfactorily Adjusted troublrbeteenCo was satisfactorily adjusted Thurs day morning and the big plant which has keen Idle long will resunje at full jjap clty at once i 7f A J r i t r r RUINED THE ECHO The College Student had neen Prac ticing Their Yell nnd Hail Torn tvtlie Ground What has become of the splendid echo we could hear from yonder muff last tea fonl asVeil the returned gnot of the s JudgeWell last eollrge5tuIenhof love for Alnuy 3Iater or eouie other woman so they said an was likewise full infronttogether they cut loo e with the dndblamed wholelotecho Just naturally taint a give up the oJtbepare o square an IEtmedIt o have ben a tumble struggle rate we am t teen nor heard notbin o the echo inc- cupremeS Court Sustains the Foot Ease TradeMark Buffalo N Y Justice Laughlin in Su preme Court has granted a permanent in junction with cots against laul U Hudson and others of New lork City restraining thcirt from making or telling a powder which the court declares is an InrgeIyThe owner of the trademark FootEae s Allen S Olnuted of Le Hoy N Y and he decision in this suit upholds his trade mark and renders all parties liable who faruduhentlyattempt to profit by ex advertising Similar suits will be brought against others who are now infringing on the rootEase trademark rights Vlirrr III Art 1Vo Needed Mesmerists Wife Carlos MesmcrUt Well dear tellbabyShake Into Your Shoes Aliens FootEas It cures painful swollen 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is not that he has been forsaken but that Denms has I proved faithless to the Lord anti loves the things of the world J better than he tines the service anti ministry of Christ Demaa is men tioned three times In Pauls letters In Colossians in the closing words of the epistle he unites with Luke and Paul in sending greetings And in the letter to Philemon he again Joins in the closing salutations of the letter and is there called the fellowlaborer of Paul The third instance is that of our text where Demas has wearieiTof the Lords sent lee its hardships and trials and dangers tandforsaking his post of duty has thecaso and comfort and pleas Iurea of the world It was apparently during Pauls first imprisonment at Rome that Dcmas labored with him in 4 e1I the Gospel and was his companion ic Years pass and the second imprison ment of Paul with Its increased rigor and trials anti dangers closes in upon them Demos faith grows weak his srardorcools and while Paul Is writing uk The time of my departure Is athand I Demas Is sneaking oft to his old home and friends at Thessalonlca Just a sen ktenceabout this man and yet enough to tell us of his character and lire Demas i is a type of the Christian which is I found so often bringing disappoint men and discouragement to Christian workers and hindering the progress of Sthe Gospel Let us consider his case J His early zeal his associations and la hors with Paul his backsliding anti a 1 final forsaking of the Lord and Paul his life at Thessalonlca Its probable unhappiness and bitter end 7Ij t EMAS was probably a Greek as ISL the name would Indicate It Is thought probable that his home was tRlThessalonlca for Paul speaks of his return to that city after he has for saken him The date and place of his conversion am unknown but the time was considerably prior to Pauls first I Imprisonment for the reason that at IS that time Demas was engaged with Paul I in the ministry as is evident from Paulsp j reference to him as his fellowlaborer I nail from his being well enough known 4 ftosenti Christian greet Ings to the people In Pauls letter to the church In that city anti to Philemon who was one of the chief pica of the church ri A there If his homewas at Thessalonica 4 4 hefj Jesus Christ either as a result of Paulls f preaching or the faithful work of some r of the disciples there Or II may be that Colosse was the place At any rate he v known to the Christians of that t city nll undoubtedly to those of other ircltl sq vl as In Macedonia Sfenn a 3t have been a man of ut ii it oCnspeclallyassocl1 atiM t bjDSR 1I t Lord and ha r lowed Iui n ieP rrijifoJi the periods n u first and scconu u prlsonment when It Is supposed that 1 Paul again visited the churches In 5 ISAsa Greece and Macedonia Demas was a traveling companion of the apos I tie and aided in the missionary activi I ties Just when his ardor began to cool tI Scripture toes not tell us but probably after the novelty of work and travel with Paul had worn off he grew Indlf ferent and careless and although he did I return with Paul to Rome and saw the faithful fearless untiring apostle again confined In prison his faith andcourage failed him In the face of the evident peril of Paul and his fellowworkers h and Paul tells us the story of his cow ardly desertion In the brief sentencsot gl our text Demas Hath forsaken me v having loved this present world and Is J departed unto Tbessalonica T EMAS was a stony thornyground sI J Christian described by Jesus In I1 His parable of the sower In the thlr teen h of Matthew He that received t the seed in1 stony places the same Is he that heareth the word and anon i with Joy recelveth It yet hath he not root in himself but dureth for awhile for when tribulation or persecution arlseth because of the word by and by he is offended He also that received seed among the thorns is he that hear eth the word and the care of this world therearly zeal which continued during the j favorable hours of the morning but when the sun was risen in his noonday yt heat this zeal quickly vanished because there was no depth of root to sustain F 1 the stalk and the ear An early zeal which pushed the blade of growing grain up among the thorns and then Ifslpleasuresgrowth of 4thedeadly thorns This Is the picture of Demas Jesus described him long k before he became known to Paul and p the Christian church and the genera tion of Demas has continued even unto this day Paul did not criticise Demas Just to condemn hIm but he wrote that 72 you and I might be warned andreZ4j proved and instructed in righteousness for in the same letter from which our text Is taken and only a few verses pre ScriptureJIprofitable for doctrine for reproof for ifiZ correction for Instruction In righteous tiyc ness that the man of God may be per feet thoroughly furnished unto all e4 good works There are Demases lu p every church forsaking the leaders i growing cold Jn their Christian expert j ence and getting back into the world 1 c Oh that they might see In the sad ex r ample of the Demas of our text a warn ing xOlu that they might break up the tony ground of their hearts and- oI LI1 give depth of root to their Christian jiIf Oh that they might pluck out ille thorns of worldliness and love of ricies and give the tender growth of t the new life In Chrlsta chance to devel pe op and become strong and fruitful IIAB besanalJrlghh1W Mldnt out It Is not ttglnniB Inline end which tes s what amanjs HI cy to tartIGnc 1 iJft2 1 Juta1W1 ieela and endurser- TtheuI i z i 2nd4c t1n1I Jit l 1hJvt nina exhausted all his zeal in the first spurt of his Christian experience I re member years ago a young man who after his conversion developed a most surprising zeal for the Lords work He was the first speaker and the longest talker in meeting Ho was active in all the work of the church His enthusiasm was a rebuke to the steadier more even efforts of the faithful membership of the church Anti so It continued for weeks and even months And then there came a change The thrill lOll enthusiasm of the first experience wore off The aud den growth of spiritual activity which so remarkably manifested itself withered in the noonday heat of lifes trials No new and deeper experiences came to thrill the Inner life and keep alive the newfound hope and Joy He clipped farther and farther away until at last the old life antI old ways claimed him again It was the ease of a modern Demas What did his early zeal profit him now that it must bo written of him lIe hath forsaken the Lord hav ing loved this present world and is de parted to the conditions of the old life And how many many there are with a similar experience WHAT opportunities Demas had A to work with A Paul to ad monish instruct and advise him As we contemplate his desertion of Paul and his return to the pleasures and am bitions of the world we marvel And yet had we been in Demas place would Paul have been able to have written differently of us We think so But we forget the Demas weakness in our own lives how we have deserted our pastor or our superintendent or our teacher or leader of some department or work in the church Just at a time when our cooperation anti help were most needed anti we think if we had been privileged to labor with Paul we would have ben true to him and the cause of Christ The test is not what we think we would have been or would have done if we had lived In the days of Paul and had been with him at JtoinThnt what we are In the place where God has put us How prone we are to attribute to ourselves virtues faithfulness in the face of trial heroic devotion when persecution and danger confront usunder imaginary conditions and then utterly fall Ip the actual experiences of life Great opportunities you say Demas had Greater opportunities have you today You have all and more than Domes had You have Paul in fuller and deeper measure than ever Demas had for all the wealth of his record and his marvelous doc trinal epistles unfolding the tran scending mystery of the church lie spread before you In Gods printed Word You have all the Increasing light of the centuries is spread abroad by the church of Jesus Christ You have the record of Its development and growth You have the superior privi leges and advantages anti glorious lib erty of the twentieth century And with so much to help you that Demas had not what have you to say for your faithlessness for the desertion of your trying post of duty and slipping off to the Thessalonlca of worldly pleasure and ambition When the great Swiss reformer Zwingll was a boy ho made this resolution I will be true and up right before God in every situation In which He may place me He learned to be steadfast and unraovcbto in the duties of the erday life or when UtA wipr me tesiTj fi r came t fall t V oGod- ii ii ause he al spoui And so it irit be with every Chiictiau If you hope to escape the failure of Demas when the great testing time comes you must be true and upright before God in ejyry situation in which He may place you may be sure that Paul ex YOU every effort to keep his fellow laborer from deserting the Lord and departing for Thessalonica But the tears and prayers of Paul and his earnest pleading were of no avail Demas had made up his mind and he would go He wanted to go And so go he would Again we say it is strange that he would not listen to Pauls urgent pleading but have you never let your heart be drawn in its desire away from God and despite all that the still small voice could do as He pleaded with you that you were dQ Ing wrong despite the pleading of friends and loved ones perhaps or of pastor or Sunday school teacher you have rushed headlong after the pleas ure of the world at Thessalonlca You know it Is so You do not have to think very long before the sad circum stances of your forsaking of the Lord and the rushing after the selfish desires of your own heart are clearly recalled Why was It that Demas back slid Why Is It that you desert the Lori and get back into the world of prayer neglect of NEGLECT reading forgetfulness of the atoning power of Jesus blood which has cleansed you and made you acceptable to God disobedience to the leadings of the spirit through the medium of the conscience so as to grieve Him away neglect of personal work for Christ All these are stepsto the final forsaking of God and the get ting back into the world The failure of Demas was not a sudden catastrophe in his life Jt had been the growth of months and perhaps years Gradually step by step in the all that Paul could do he moved willI fully and steadily on to the final de sertion of the apostle and the return to the pleasure and ease of the old life at Thessalonlca The neglect of pray er will as surely lead to the failure of Demas as the setting sun will draw on the deepening shades of night Pray er to the life and beaUhof the soul Ilsas essential aa breath to the body Paul urges us to pray wlthot ceas Jesus prayed and taught His ling to pray and we must needs pray Cwe would apt be numbered with the Demases No time to pray I 0 who so fraught with earthly care As not to give to huiable prayer tome part of dpT pra3lIpure within That needclh not some check from tin Needs not to pYay I No time to pray f- MW tacit dans Jiuigf nat retStl tore neo ful tt y Otio iv t 10 rat Xr buMneiij ut gent call J or us a tofahe ltalI V r1pailU3 1 JtVNo tlmtftojpray eut Oul fall th short 11i 1tjano a Jeo t Qa rlal ioJi y Sh What thought more drear Than that our God Ills faCe should hide And say through nil lifes swelling tide No time to hear Oate not to rrayl On Jesus at your all rely Would you live happy Happy JUT Take time to pray lIvrthat the soul can feed upon As surely as it Is fell upon the husks of mans rca son It will starve and die There is awful peril In this our day with Its multi plied newspapers anti magazines and books What man has written Is so voluminous that when the dally newspaperand the magazines arc read there is no time for the reading of Gods Word How much time each week do you devote to newspaper and magazine reading and how much to the Bible Be honest with yourself look the question squarely In the face and see it you are not treading the pathway over which Demas walked How can the Bible be a Lamp unto your feet anti a Light unto your path yourlifeunto salvation unless you know It well enough to tell out the Gospel story How can the Sword of the Spirit which is the Word of God he effectively used unless you become familiar with ItNeglect of the Bible will make a Demas of any Christian Forgetfulness of the cleansing power- o Jesus blood We do forget It We unconsciously take our eyes off the cross of Christ antI soon get away from Him We ought to pray with Paul God forbid that I should glory save In the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ David cries Restore unto me the Joy of Thy salvation And the same cry needs to go up from our hearts We need dally renewal of the consciousness of what God has done for us through His crucified anti risen Son If we keep our eyes on Him wo will never wander far Ve will be nerved to face trial and danger Demas had his eyes turned towards the worlds pleasures and had lost the vision of his Lord crucified for him anti it was not strange that hll could desert Paul in his distress and seek ease and pleasure Instead of the hardships and persecutions of the Chris tian life Keep your eyes on Jesus DISOBEDIENCE to the Spirit Grieve not the Spirit God tells us The Spirit operates on the con science like the magnetism of the north pole acts upon the compass If the conscience is tender towards God the voice of the Spirit can be heard whispering This is the way walk ye in it To disobey that voice is to sear the con science to stifle the voice of the Spirit and drive Him in grief from the heart Demas long before his final forsaking of Paul had been rejecting the leading of the Spirit How plainly the ac count of Paul and the spread of the Gospel as recorded in the Acts sets forth the Importance of the Christian being filled with the Holy Spirit The first question Paul asked on visiting believers in Christ was have ye re ceived the Holy Ghost 1 And the work was carried on by Spiritfilled disciples That Is the rea son there were such faithfulness and mighty results But Demas by disobey ing the voice and leading of the Spirit lost the presence of the Spirit from his heart He ceased to strive with him and off he goes to Thessalonica leaving Paul behind In prison We must offey God promptly as He speaks to us by His Spirit If we would walk safely NEGLECT of personal work for also leadus to the failure of Demas This last is drill ground on which is proved the faithfulness of our praying our Bible reading our real ization of the saving power of Jp ns our yielding to the leadlnr of Uf Spirit IT is rhTe the need 01 et hi iliiis HIV rt id nnlL re in w ueir ef imj 1 manifested Demas 110 doubt lA iiii to be the personal wOn r for Christ he had been Per haps when he got back to Thessalonica he observed in a perfunctory way his religious obligations He mixed enough religion with his worldly pleasures and love of ease to keep up his standing In the church and community but he gave up personal work for Christ He went to church perhaps He felt proud that out of his worldly prosper- It which came to him at Thessalonlca he could give to religious work But he had long since ceased to deal with lost sinners and seek to lead them to Christ But notwithstanding his share In the world Its prosperity and pleasures down deep In his heart there was un rest and unhappiness The unhap plcst person in the world is the Demas who has forsaken the Lord whom he has professed and served and gone back to the old life There Is desperate ef- fOrt to forget it all To CTSC the trou bled conscience To say peace peace but there is no real peace The unrest and unhappiness follow to the valley of the shadow of death and the bitter ness and despair of n faithless life rise specterlike before the dying eyes and the soul goes out to meet Its God Let us not attempt to follow Let us who read these words resolve that God helping us we will not Join the ranks of Demas but will remain at the side of the Paul whom God has caTled us tq labor with and will choose hardship and trial and persecution elevendeath with Christ rather than all the riches and honor and pleasure which the world can offerlSCAVE LIKE FAIRY FALACE DIeoTprr In Montana Monntnlni hi Cavern Containing Strnnjfc and Bcnntlfnl Fltrureii While prospecting ire the mountains ten miles west of hero recently says a report from Anaconda Mont Frank McKinnon broke through the earth into one of the most peculiar caverns ever discovered in this section Mc Kinnon had sunk a shaft possibly 20 feet Suddenly the earth gave way beneath his feet and be was precipitated into a great underground with stalactites nnd stalog mltesof nIl kinds the place was a veritable fairy palace Tbe only opening into or exit from1he cavo seemed to be the opening iso which the man had fallen In the cave was a small lake and near this were the skeleton of a man and the bones of a mountain lion Cold drafts passed over the lake continually showing that It was connected with the out side world yet the closest search failed to reveal the opening McKinnon who was accompanied by a friend made an inspection of the cave and was later pulled to the surface with a rope It has been known for a long time that there was something mysterious about the mountains where the cave is located as the Indians cannot be induced to go there claiming the 10 ca1iy11 haunted payl N Selleg who died at North portr Muss though blind since child nejodi made a fortune asa butines man and inventor V 0tf iJoi f D Sff iii tW NEWS ISREASSURING lnIploveluelltill Dr tapponi Felt Sufficiently Secure to Leave the Vatican to Go Home Where His Daughter Lies Stricken With Fever Rome July l3Popo Leo lived to see another Sunday antI with the Sab bath quiet which fell upon Rome cam also peace anti even progress to tins pontiff Beginning Sunday morning with distinct signs of improvement ho maintained this throughout the day Sunday night Dr Lapponl made thu following Impoitant statement In an swer to the question If he believed the improvement in the popes condition could continue I believe that if the Improvement lasts until July 21 we may not per Imps achieve an absolute cure but w will secure such a general state of health in the patient as will allay our anxietyDuring the morning the pontiff par ticipated In the celebration of mass The ceremony was held In the chapel adjoining the sick chamber Mgr Mar zonl being tie celebrant The door connecting tho sick room with tlw chapel was opened that his holiness mltht follow the sel vice He In lIstell that Dr Lnpponl anti his valet Central should leave his side antI en ter the chapel In order to better hear the mass The history of the day has been comparatively uneventful The pontiff had several hours repose Dr Lap ponl resting near him throughout tho night The physician twice administered Injections to him once of digi tails to strengthen the heart and onco of camphor caffeine to overcome the patients growing depression Sunday morning found the pontiff with spirits brigit anti the conditions generally im proved Dr Mazzonl Joined his assist ant at 820 a ni and alter a brief conference Issued the most encourag- Ing official bulletin thus far given Be sides summarizing the satisfactory pathological condition the doctor gave the cheering tidings that the pon tilts condition had manifestly Improv ed The pulse which went down Sat urday to S2 had risen to 85 while tho temperature and respiration showed no abnormal characteristics Pope Leo took his usual ligit break fast and Dr Lapponl who has remained In unceasing vigil since the patients case became desperate felt sufficiently secure to leave the vatI- can for the first time going to hh homo where his daughter lies strick en with fever Rome July 13As many fantistlc descriptions arc in circulation regard Ing the rbom where Pope Leo lies a press representative has taken some pains to secure an exact account from one of the popes nephews who scei his uncle dally The room Is large bright anti airy The walls are huns with pale green anti gold silk damask Entering It with tie sun pouring through the ample window Is like a taste of spring A large curtain di vides the room and Is generally drawn open showing on the right the mod est narrow brass bed covered with a red damask coverlet Even In his des perate condition Pope Leo shows rat daintiness with regard to his person performing a full toilet when ever Mo and changing daily his fine tlste nightshirt At the head 01 Is a good picture of the Madonr esSdes a h Kr font while Ir 7SaWjipof be alja ocnt 1 1 Immen t riCachingTriv tor to the rciny- th an Ivory figure of Christ At tii toot of the bed stands a very simple walnut writing desk at which the pope aas written the best of his Latin poems On the other side of the cur tain stands the now famous arm chair which is most comfortable a small ta ble a few shelves with the popes preferred books and nothing more The chamber gives the Idea of extreme simplicity luxuries being rigorously banished THE ROYAL REGATTA Goelets Yacht Swan Won First Prize In Class FOur Copenhagen July l3The regatta of the Royal Yacht club opened Sun day In fine warm weather Seventy yachts representing Great Britain Geimany Scandanavia and America participated Robert W Goelets yacht Swan won the first prize In class four defeating the wellknown Swedish racer Khaki The course was 20 miles long The Swans time was 3 hours 42 minutes and 6 seconds and the Khakis 6 hours 12 minutes and 1 seconds B Y P U Convention Ended Atlanta Ga July 13The conven lion of the Baptist Young Peoples Union of America ended Sunday night No decision was made as to the place for holding next years convention that matter being left to the execu tive committep Heat Victims In Pars Paris July l3The Intense heat continued Sunday until a storm of extreme violence broke over the city Sunday afternoon and reduced the temperature Six persons succumbed to sunstroke during the early part of the day Assassin Promoted Belgrade Servla July 13Col Mishlcs of the Sixth infantry regi ment which took a prominent part in the coup detat of June 11 has been promoted to the post of department chief of ministry of war The Yacht Capsized Bristol R I July l30ne man was drowned and several others narrowly escaped a similar fate in Narragansett bay Sunday afternoon when the Provi dence sloop yacht Curlew was capsized and the 12 occupants thrown into tho bay Gilbert Mulllns Recaptured Junction City Kan July l3GII bert Mulling leader of the Fort Leav enworth mutiny In November 1901 who escaped from the county Jail here Saturday with three others was recaptured Sunday Scljoner Capsized Colon Colombia July l3The Brit- Ish schooner Goldseeker was capsized by a heavy squall during the night of July 2 ten miles off the Isle of Pines The Goldseekers mate cook and boatswain named respectively Prank Downey and Moore were drowned Boy Burned to Death Perrr Ia July 13 Frightened be caus hf had set fire to his fathers ban Aimer Carpenter r 5 oii nday hid away In the ha r v the burning building and was ecu tjauJby the flame 4 ititt V l SEVERE STORMS Property In Baltimore W shlngtor and Nebraska 6amag da Baltimore July lA severe wind jind rain storm occurred here Sunday efternoon which was particularly v6 lent In a limited section of Northeast Baltimore where within a radius of about four blocks 50 houses were un roofed walks demolished and ticJb uprooted rot several squares the streets were thickly strewn with da Iris of wrecked r oil brick anti spIts tered limbs of tree Three hundred people were rendered homeless for the time being and were compelled to find shelter in neighboring houses The damage to houses and household goods Is estimated at 100000 The rainfall hero for the day was 330 inches and the velocity of the wind 4C miles on hour- Washington July 13 During a ter rifle thunder storm Sunday lightning struck a boat house near the Potomac river In which shout a dozen men had taken icfugc Robert Smith was kill ed Charles Slaughter was severely Injured that he may die and Wm Ly Iris Is In a hospital Everyone of the men who had ta lien refuge In the boat house felt tho effects of the thunderbolt Ten feel of the flagpole over the house wati wrenched off anti the structure Itself was wrecked C H Bannlgan the policeman on duty on the beach wallo hurrying to the emergency hospital for assistance after the accident was twice rendered temporarily uncon scious from the effects of the light nings striking trees near him In another part of the city Nor Shipley colored who was sitting at a window was stunned by a lightning boltBeaver City Neb July 13A ter rifle electrical and wind storm pre vailed here Sunday afternoon tailing 45 minutes in which time two anti one fourth inches of lain fell TM wind blew with great velocity dolnq much damage to small buildings wind mills and to the wheat crop Just ready for harvest The Union Salvation army of Kansas and Nebraska now holding a camp meeting here suffered much loss Nine of their tents were blown down Commander Holland was struck by a tentpole and sustained dislocation of the shoulder The camp was flooded with water The women members of the army have been ta ken into the houses of citizens and will be provided for during the remainder of their stay here Beaver creek Is out of Its banks anti a section of the Burlington tracks between Bcav er City anti Stamford is washed out York Neb July 13A hall storm Sunday destroyed all crops In the northeastern part of the country cov ering a ship nine miles in length by three In width Hastings Neb July 13A cloud burst visited the Little Blue river dis trict south of Hastings Sunday Nea Iy eight Inches of water fell Tho stream is out of its banks and the highest for 19 years Much property Is reported destroyed and many head of cattle drowned A party of camp ers on the river barely escaped with thoir lives MOB LAW CONDEMNED A Colored Baptist SundaySchool Con ventlon Passed Resolutions Bloomington Ill July l1ThWood River Baptist Sundayschool as sociation colored Sunday night ad jonrncd a weeks convention after adopting resolutions deploring mob law and condemning all unlawful exe rtions by mob u nmmcnded tt If cit s vi 11 j otect the I e of thoU rolect it a best he t ii v Trnnort anarchy Congratulatk were sen to Gor Durbin of Indiana because he had the courage to protect the rights of citizens regardless of color or race SHOT FROM AMBUSH Molders Union Picket Badly Wounded By a Strike Breaker Syracuse N Y July 13 George Moore a Molders union plcket wa shot and badly wounded from ambus at the factory of E C Stearns Co Sunday A strike breaker Is bellevei to have fired the shot from a rifle V strike has been in progress at the far toty for several weeks The police re serves were called out and two ar rests made Several rifles were founi on the premises and seized Intense excitement prevails After the Palms Trophy BIsley Eng July 13Funds have been subscribed or are promised al ready to enable a British team to go to the United States in 1901 to en deavcr to recapture the Palma trophy British riflemen are delighted at Ink prompt action Two Deaths From Lockjaw New York July l3Two more deaths from lockjaw due to the ex plosion of Fourth of July fireworks were reported Sunday The victims were a Mrs Van Ness of Newark and Henry Bridgewatcr of Port Richmond S I Death cf Father Antrobus London July 13Father Antrobu the superior of Brompton oratory Is desk He was regarded as a possible successor to Cardinal Aughan as arch bishop of Westminster In his early career he was in the diplomatic servO ice Death of Wm Ernest Henley London July 13 William Ernest Henley poet and collaborator In sev oral plays with Robert Louis Stevenson died Sunday at the age ofal years He was In his usual health un til a fortnight ago Steamer and Ferryboat Collide New York July 13The excursion steamer Clifton running around Man hattan Island was in collision with the Fulton ferryboat During the pan ic which ensued on the Clifton twc deck hands Jumped overboard one be ing drowned Deaths From Tetanus Philadelphia July 1Two more deaths from tetanus as a result of in juries received from toy pistols oc curred In this city Sunday making a total of seven deaths from this dread ed disease since the Fourth of July Murder and Suicide Philadelphia July J3JaCCbMu l ler a huckster shot and killed Mrs Margaret Weiss and then killed him self The pair had lived together foi some time and bad frequently quar reled He shot the woman twice and sent two bullets into his head Glass Plant and Car Barn Burned Beliefonte Pa July 1SThe Belle fonte Window Glass Cos plant and thecar barn of the Bellefonte Central railroad and adjacent buildings were totally destroyed by fire Siuday Tbi- total Jnss is 55COO yi 0 T J f iZii 1j E r SUFFERING WOMEN e4a1 I LIoLL I EMMA Mrs MITCHEllIp t1 land of AMERICA women The reat of larcmale disease Mrs Emma Mitchell MO Louisiana street Indianapolis Intl writes Icruna has certainly been a bless ing in disjftilse to me for when I first began taking il for trouble peculiar to systemlFor the past five years I have rarely been without pain but Pe runa has changed all this and in 3 very short time I think I had only taken two bottles before I began to recuperate very quickly snd seven bottles made me well I do not have headache or back scheany more and have some In terest in life I give all credit where It is due and that is to Pe funa Emma AfitchellIBy far the greatest number of female troubles are caused directly by catarrh They are catarrh of the organ which S affected These women despair of reo overy Female trouble ts so common R 25 mile quick ihifc eoopll g roller Irons nxnen shaft iprtnv back and round tire and 16coat ltigb grade up Sold on trial aed f yean will order on receipt laitpayment MFG CO 122 = =Very Vaetraflng Some years ago Mine was an mId judge the hrnch in link county trhoft dlli lion in consequence niimvrouc itvers all did not always ioniniaiul nnivrrial re One in a case in which lie was sitting one of the lairytr lot atiCnre at his inability to ire titirge ill eertatn light and in the heat of the moment re marked the intellect of tl c o was o dark a hashof lightning muM not trate it For this ronlrmjtl the judge fhowcd a lu he very revere with the offender and it was only slier much by friends of the latter that he yielded mid decided li oIl n The following Jay the lawyer ac cordingly appeased 1cfotehis hnnnr and icnde br fiijing regret very iii LlfaiiL thr intellect nf the court was x i 1iing could not jiene trate it fjd It i a very Iece trating thing ae Stop thr Cnnuli and works oil thin wild Laxal mo Quinine Tablets Price 25 cent t V Itntxi TrinilvSlililii IntL loti Iii lVfl MARKET REPORT Cincinnati July 11 3 00 3 65 Butcher steers 4 40 4 50 4 00 5 75 HOGSCh packers 5 40 5 45 Mixed packers 5 25 5 40 3 50 3 60 LAMBS 5 90 6 00 pat 4 3S 4 2 red ft 79 76 CORK No 2 mixed 5l 2 mixed 411 RYENo ffl 58 HAY Ch family G16 65 7 15 BUTTER Ch dairy 12 Choice creamery 22 3 75 g 4 50 1 75 6 2 25 3 50 9 00 Old 551 j130O Chicago pat 3 7U Jf 3 SO red 78Y 80 No3 spring 75 78 CORNNo2 8 2 mixed 51 Vi PORKMess 14 70 S 14 75 7 65 7 76 New York strts 3 75 3 90 red 87 CORNNo2 mixed mixed jt 43 RYE Western 0 60 17 75 18 00 tj 8 10 WHEAT No 2 red 81y 81 mixed 57o 57 i OATS No 2 41 CATTLE Butchers 4 00 5 00 6 90 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 79 CORNNo 3 t mixed 41 PORKMess 1600 8 00 2 red 1W CORN No 2 mixed 60 OATSNo 2 mixed 39 Vi Kldnry runs make freedom from lild soy trouble possible They carry a kind medication to the kid ney tha ci a bright ray of hop to desperate case Aching ta k are eased HIp back iud loin pains overcome or limbs and d ror sy ranlsh Loci Hi Is itre L W Awn iici r rites A few weeks smit for trial tl w 3i KtJney torniyei jrdkI they are MI MyI win t4 iM J Tired Aching Trembling Sleepless Blood es5 Peruna Renovates Regulates Restores Prominent i a a aa se ee so prevalent that they accept it as almost inevitable The greatest obstacle in the way of recovery is that they do not understand that It is eatrrlu which Is the source of their illness Imfemalc complaint ninetynine cases out of one hundred are nothing but catarrh Pe runa cures catarrh wherever located Chronic invalids who have languished for years on sick beds with some form of female disease begin to improve at once after Dr Hartmans the many prominent women who tVrnna arc Bclva Lockwood of D Mrs Col Hamilton of Columbus Ohio Mrs F Warren wife of U S Senator Warren of Wyoming- If you do not derive promptand results from the use of Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case nnd he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr IIartman President of The Rartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio MEMBER THE DATE JULY FOR THIS 60100 4250 FULL LEATHER TOP BUGGY IllckeryKlnasites con rbdSl thlftlcc rob braced leathers tiIDell Ile raint guaranteed two 50 rene of SAMSON CARRIAGE Pearl St CINCINNATI OHIO r1ur4foraCkanffeadI I fO OLDEVERYWHERE j on of that deposition l1at istakengradugliybut ConfumpiOIl CATTLECommon CALVESExtra SHEEPExtra Extra FLOURSpring 7- 0WHATNo No3wlntel OATSNo timothy 1t1750- PORKClear LARDSteam APPLESFancy POTATOESNew TOBACCONew FLOURWinter WHEATNo2 mixed 5H OATSNo 40- yRyENo2 LARDSteam FLOURWin WHEATNo2 5- 8OATSNo2 PORKFamily LARDSteam Baltimore CORNNo2 mixed HOGSWestern mixed 5- 6OATSNo3 LARDSteam Indianapolis WHEATNo Deans of veiling the 13 to lttlld r Nervous Many Women Endorse Peruna beginning recommend Washington satisfactory ABSOLUTE SECURITY Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must Oenr Slgnaturecr i See Facsimile Wrapper Below VCTT assail atA 5 ttfft- stalioaaanjar Felt MEAACNL CARTERS rOR DIZZINESS ITTLEEUOtJ3KESL fiVER i 1LLa 101 CONSTIPATION s FOR SALLIW SKIN FOR THECOMPLEXIOH OZKSQIIT SAUSt 1Ic I1src1TTegetaNe CURE SICK HEADACHE The Lass With a Claw cf Sire nootbcer teightetia her ere doepeni the rote In Set cheeks and aequlrej trailS and txioyutt ptrits front her taron beverage SHiresI Rootbecr the crest t t weath- erdtn1otdrflhy where or tint by maUforaeU I gaUoe CuEElmCa Gilnnra Charitable Sex Do rnij think my latest photo doe me justice aked the girl who was be ning to forget her birthday anniversarie- slutiee is not the proper word dear replied her girl friend It is really and truly merciful to youoChica Dally News liar Pleat Run theChicagofrom the Chicago and tells of the running of the Alton Limited 100 inttractivelystampstoIf you refuse me I shall commit sal cide Well pa says you cant hanf around here N Sun Three trains a day Chicago to Califor file Oregon and Washington Chicago Union Pacilic NorthWestern Line yetSoldnothingto NERVE WORN KIDNEYS I DoanS Kidney I Case curt I aseaasse is- CriiI as- NAME I po- I STATE I For free trlnl Set nail ibl wapon to tiaove5Irmtedlp j by a hone and bafflytert his hip was fractured asj after ho recorered he weak such misery that he could hardly walk and to stoop caused him inch distressthat bo thought he would have to quit Wortalso It affected his bladder and be was usable to mare his water without to much distress I m slated on his getting a box ofyour pills sad trying them go I went to Masons Druj Store od got a box The first box helped him to much that I got the second and also the third nnd new he Is en tireITwe1L1rL L1Alwcias Lock IIaSeIuI r f tr I r rJ r t41C ljrr rl j 6= 1 c rr i 1Jf r4H f1trAfJ4rr J 1 I J iff yJr 41 t Ph IWff41Er 7 t jif 0 j HAIR GROW I H li iii i t Promoted by Shampoos t of Cuticura Soap ft Ant Dressings of Outicura tki Great Skin Cure t Forest Siutest Most Effecting ReMtiic J fsrSWn Scalp and Hair c This treatment at onco stops fitlllfig i hair removes crusts scales and dan drnlT destroys hair parasites soothes Inltated Itching surfaces ftlmulatea the hair follicles loosens the scalp skin supplies the roots with energy and nouriehmcnt and makes the hair grow r upon u sweet wholesome healthy scalp r when nil else falls Bullions of women now rely on CatI curs Soap assisted by Catlcnra Oint ment tIm great skin cure for preserving purifying nnd beautifying the akin for cleansing the scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and the stopping of falling v hair for softening whitening and soothing red rough and sore hands for baby rashes Itchlngs end chaflngs for annoying Irritations or too free or otTcnsivo perspiration for ulcerative weaknesses and rainy sanative anti septic purpjsca which readily suggest thcinsclve as welt M for all the per poses of the toilet and nursery CatlcuTa remedies era the standard skin hares anti humour remedies of the world Bithctho affected partswlthhot waerand Cntlcnra Soap to cleanse ths cnrfaco of crust and scales and sof tea the thickened cuticle Dry without had nibbing and apply CntlcuntOlat mont freely to allay Itching IrrltatloB and Inflammation and soothe and heal anti Usly In the ecrerrr forms take Cutlciira Eesolvcnt to cooVand cktnsa the Wool A Ingle set Is often soffl r dent to cure the iriosl tortui Jng ds figuring skin scalp and blood humonnV Irons pimples to scrofcla froni Infancj to aye when all else taiIusold hujghot iSe wo1t Cetlear RVITrnI form of Ctoeolitt CoitM Fifl22a itsi nctificrfrt t Leaden hittheeIs 1is Pi5iiudIPiz i 5ilCoeabaLTs IPS1DdIorfloweCEryUumag wRoNc4Areyousick Dot feel under the weather Stiller from shooting or aching pains Consumption If so your blodd nnd nerves are probably in need of some special vitalizing foo4 like t r zomulsio s Ozomtilsiba is a vitalizing and a t purifying blood and nerve food which prevents and scientifically certaiply and rafely drives disease itput of the human system It is not merely a food Itis not only medicine r JItis a pleasant emulsion combirir Ping the health propertics of both j Cures Consumption and ajl Lung 1 Troubles j lWtff fl For sale i bottles Weighing OvcrSTwofauiids TRY IT FREK t- Vrcr 4i pics will tx sea ya 1 v ad their cosyjicicad1 ew ictierorpoSVal card to J Ozomii1siott Food Co 98 Pin Strcct NcwYork 4i AMMUNITIftHMU extensively used everywhere I world wherever the munle loader j r 3izglvcnwaytothebreccIoaderJJ I I equipped cartridge factory la exis truce This accounts for the mtifonahref Us products Tell your dealer UMC wb ksa5ks5VhatkInd r CaUlogfree I The Ustm Mriallie CvirW- tDBJDGEPORT 1 COMNV Agency 31U Broadwrnyt fl Seir York Ctty KSV WESTERN CANAHAS FREE KOMESFOH fy11 LJdIQNscial cans fiato 151Od In WesWr I 4p5tJ AND 1ROsiEXVUp a4 dLir5Wonderful of wheat and ot T best grazing lands on the continent tSlafiil8een climaw of water sod fueU mlccboois excellent churches splendid railway HOMESTEAD LANDS of ISO Aer FRBti the only enargo being naf or Send to the following for an Atlas sOd otberitber store as well as forcertlflcat glyiiigotiitdece4 railway rates etc SuperIntendent fgrillion OiIaw Caned WILLIAWI Room Law ltidi Tolcn 0ioi C DtidCAN itoom 6131 SOur bide Lnduioapoai1adlUO rjze4Caaaiaa GoTernecAgeaiL It you suffer froa Fb FiUtaf sees St Vitas Discs or Vdobviet4I5 relatives friends or nelthbor titt da aesekea people that are afflicted mr New TreMttat H alimmediately relieve and PERMANEHTLT CURI lhemod all yon ire sle4tadoiI5aSe54III j my FREE TREATMENT and styli It j CURED lionssnds where ererrAliW eke Met c Will be Seat la plus ptekt sbseiueelv less express prtptli My Illustrated BOOkIJPU zplIsd FREE br will Please bssaSS AGE ansi full iddrtts All t 41dUuI tiiMiMMHy nnd ntuu W H M trtI JtiLlv STOCK AKR MISCVL1NE ELECTROt IN GREAT ARlzTYfaf ihilowisi priceabyii ii 3 335 Wsst Fifth gtrsctCI s AKKB icOe tU1 f f SiT b BjtW v s tri tlaia M h J Itir t S tttJi 0 Y i t fIJ T h y y h c I I z r c r4 4jt I i OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO RYr4 SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I Address nil communications to OUTLOOK lunLJsD1NG Co or to q1UE W HONAKEIL Owingsville SSuberber8 desiring a change of I address should always give previous address when writing- Correspondentsl i when out of sin t to tionery should mention fact on a Boparate slip of paperfoTHURSDAY JULY 16 1003 i 2ANNOUNCEMENT S t j For Magistrate We are authorized to announecTl 1 1 Thnmak J Jones as a to vucreed himself na in MIto the action of tho Democratic partyi1ALLIB YOUNG was downed badly he will stay downed is a qucstioAf viSopened with prayer That is bet t Ser than opening it with n jimmy t r dynamite J c THE Republican wranglo in Louisville puts the party in A fix aimilar to that of the Democrats in 4 that holy city rSt THE bears are doing things to the stock market in Now York As none but the very rich arc losing it tnakes no great difference a TirEEvansvilleInd riot is over i nnd tho people have had timo to Iaant all in defying the lawd1 a mrGOBWILLSON got the hot end of Tit in Louisville It matters not in which party somebody is always 4 getting left in Louisville politics Tnt Democratic State Commit tee met nt Frankfort Monday and Bat down on Chairman Young on the Louisville squabble sustaining S the Yreeland CommIttee 0 ja 4i 4 I3 MAUK BANNA is not going to give 11pbuline88 nor politics either HiA business brought him politics and pJ Wt his politics bufiness so neither one 1 f the t euro can be spared just us lea health hI StswL ENOLAK of Walla Walla tcIna WSkafB eloped with the wife of x 14 vws Be recently eloped I 1itraeitnteenyearo1d daugi IsSir onvnaeB denominated n bird Kaniay yevoiipt uith old man I Sani 1 reDeemingJ nows tbnt not everything a etreet baud tots is music and npplaujli only what is a concord of sweet soundt while what is merlaa dreary jraste of sound though tecb Iea1iyeorrectIs politely tolerated only embezzlingLoultrille y rtor lizyearsltc realon to be In a cplacenh- e cici 1asimlIayhotempi ft 1ac1itv ould be vastly t1l J t GEXCASSICB M CLAT of White thai jiadiwn county has been de P JursHIIa services of a physIcIan and a nurse f new but if recovers sufficiently i ogetoutof bedthoe jurymen bad better take a trip for the ben I efit of their health iL HM nU MHB JhLKIUlbaa a long Itad forNth 4 Sepublican nomination tor Cover ioret the State convention ntLou a liville this week Out of 00 coun ilibsI 4a votes uninstruoted ind328conte Itaqp like Belknap on the first bal a Jot or a dark horbe 1 mIIaIn coBamute the death sentences of OBrien and Whltoy the murder a T era 11w Lexingtoaheen the eehtenco must be executed 4 r They are to be hanged July 24 th Tke interests of eqoiely demand H e irf4 r M jt 4 iret4staeaIn their case W 1 d COUHTT JODQE JAMES HARGIS of Vr Jackson says he has no intention of reeigalnghiejtidgesbiporme- UI t brebip in the State Democratic CeiBBittee However ho says if any one will eirculate a petition and ircuretko signatures of ten por rest of the voters of Rreatliitt f Bny regnrdlesfl of h will gad pay the expenses of cir J 1li inUtiBjc the petition At the con irBtioR of mice the project of bell a ijbC8t failed h eause no one El4fIUldb found willing to tie onv bbeIJ a r THBjKr al yacht vrace between 1a ndsfit i ti iAeriea or Queens Cur is lrne of scon Each of thet rp i 1l iter thanthe boii tiitetstyrror the A iI4 v1cteryrcjiIdgttbe people tsfcIe bnclcl is a4cvpi4mugbthircotiTry by le M4yaeht whirh ietfl la ptujk cP el doIogersia1 ieni ee 7 TTi tz 4i I 1j I 3 t JN CORRESPONDENCE Eooch Wocd1sfSeveral from here lIth lId d Slop stonu picnic Born IUHI week to Mitt Davis and wife A girl Picking blackberries eccrnp to be tho order of the day James U Stone sold his tobacco to Jas Rlchart nt 7 and 5c per lb School begins nt Washington schoolhouse Monday with Miss Maude Bailey as teacher Mrs North who hue been tick r the past threo weeks doesnt seem to get any bitter Her sister Mrs Craig of Salt Lick hns been with her for two week- sSpringfield 0 B Spratt was in Mt SterIinM iuraduy ire Maggie Taylor visited in t Sterling Sunday Waller lloyd and Jack Goodpas ter were in Owingsvillo Mondaypa Mrs Sara Spratt visited Mrs John Martin of Shurpsburg Sun day Misses Lida and Lutio Smnthers Nited Mrs Annie Gossett Friday ni ghtWMisses Mac and Sallio Mason of Grassy Lick are visiting Mrs Annie GoiscufrMiss Inn Martin of Shnrpsburg and Miss Edna Hughart of Mnys illewere guests of Mrs Sarah Spralt Friday Mrs Lucy Atkinson and daugh tor Miss Mary and Mrs Dollic Owing of Owingsville ahd Mrs Sara Spruit were guests of Mrs Lucy Smathers SherburnedMiss Lutie loon pont several ays in Lexington last weeklMiss Nellie Williams returned Thursday from a trip to Lexing t ondMiss Hattye Watson is visiting at J L Vices near Wyoming this w eekiGeorgo Lambert nnd his bister i of Moorefiold were the guests of MrsW U Graham Saturday and unday Miss Mallio Blunt of Mt Stcrl inK is visiting her sister Mrs Morris Evans of South Sherburne this week Henry Haughpy Jr nnd wife of near Tilton spent Saturday and ndayat tlM home of the latter 8 tcr Mrs LC Evans Several of ourmarrJed and young peoplewent up the river Thursday on ET Jones little steamer and had a picnic Al reported pleas ant time Crooks We are needing rain badly J T lioTcrmale was at Salt Lick Sunday aurtjvsitdIr SundayaSeveral from here attended th picnic at Stepstone Saturday Wilson Hendrix shlppCi two CincnnatiITorn Sneon and wife of Sold r Itr er CDtsreTlahillg rela lives here The meeting at Peeled Oak uptoutLickday and Sunday Tommie Wells and sister of Bourbon CoTlsited their father Dr WollSjast week- 4Coiolneksnn and wife of Olyra pin visited iheir daughter ilriJoe Williams Sunday Ashton Thomas and sisters Eula and Stella are visiting Miss Vert ner McEernon atStepFtone West End betSMrs Thomas Young is danger ously fluaL T Walton Farmers is vis iting Travis Warner Look here Kansas give us a letter in TUE OUTLOOK Master John T Pieraall who has been quito sick is better Mr and Mrs Wm Daniel visited friends at Yale lust week Minks are playing sad hnvoo with the chickens along creeks here Sterlingwife this week OF Hobbs is very sick and on account of his extreme age will hardly recover Little Jennie Clayton returned rom a two weeks visit to Win Chester Saturday It has been too wet to plow for the last ten days here while the surrounding country is dry wltbnpecuHrsrdlscue on Iheir own range but when they get in on a neighbor they take limbernock IiBievin P to Ohio and were married We un derstand e old gentleman is wait withr a thatCircultJudgo woods Throw politics aside gen tlemen and nominate Ron AVebb Goo paBter If there is anything aocortsnntboirict cant lept film j g i 4ir 1 pa tJ ii ii1J7 r t Iti Wyoming Blnrkberry picking is tho order the day Oiiuir tinnier began his Kchool Inct Monday Wm Utdrick viciled hU eonin law Saturday night Snedegar Bros are prizing their tobacco und chipping Sncdegnr Bros caught n nice string of fish Saturday Jackson fe Estill are n ne 11wIHad a nice show hero Thursday ight Omar harbor got the cane us the laziest man Allio Jeeter 7StglicstJ For o Hill Our school will begin hero next onday Several from this neighborhood attended the picnic at Salt Well Saturday Mrs J T Rawlings spent the itrllGVMlas Susie lo Ingnear Salt Lick Bern to M r and MT Thos hittington of HurtfoiH Kansas n boy Eugene Clay J pMissMiss Lutio Thompson in lemiug Co list weeksiFarm liondrf are ecarco in this n b luehindS hehierburnewith her sister Mrs J Goodpnster Sharpsburg Good showers Saturday nnd Sun ay F F Triplett of near Mt Sterl ingwos hero Thursday on busi nces Miss hattie Triplott left Mon ay for Cynthiuna on a protracted visit rhngist i homo Thotnercury here marked 101 in the shade on Thursday Ugb I bulit wailiotS owardnnd wife visited OwingsIMr and Mrs C W Frazer of Mt Sterling were visitors at Jams Jones from Monday until Thurs d ayiJr Tollio Arra smith Robert Whnley and Revs rrasmithand Gossett ot Bethel attended the meeting hero on Sunday While theo are some good crops of wheat here tho most of it is light owing to it being pastured too late making only five or eix bushels per acre ICTheMethodist Church will continue this week Rev J R Savage of Winohesleris Assisting RevSpntes the meeting There is consider ble interest manifested in tho meeting with five additions tt Sunday rc So tUings are going up W MT Blackberries are plentiful bore butlhe pickers are more sos V C Razor and wife and Mr S James Maze were in Farmers WeU neiday Mrs Cabe Ralliff and Mrs Jas Harper were guests of relatives week Mrs Louisa Coohraui of Yale passed through town en route to visit relatives in Montgomery county Mrs WJ Fell her mother Mrs Henderson and guest Miss Irene Gould left Monday for Pennsyl vania Miss Lillian Barnes returned Thursday from a tendays visit to her friend Miss Carolyn Bates at ScrantonMrs Jackson and little son Charley Burns visited her staler Mrs Chris Whilcomb at Ashland last week Misses Emma Pierce and Cull ie Sisson leave this week for n trip to Old Point Comfort nndjjthor places of intereet GrangoCityof Franklin Co were guests of Mrs Will Alchison Wednesday Miss Edith Caldwell and Jam as Dickerson were quietly married at the M E Church on Wedriesday night July 8th just at the close of wasla cou pie had been sweethearts since prettyIthe groom is one of our best young men We join their host of friends in congratulating them Wo have been requested to correct a mistake in an item sent in week before Inst In the item we said some folks from hero attended Spring9Whilefact nnd simply inserted it as an porthBIdid not like the impression to be made that they attended a dance and as often we are misinformed about events that occur we her IS for said thnt Iasnot fact ands s sure the parties concerned that in future we wilt endqavor to avoid any mistakeJ OLD HICKORr A drink that reaches the spot and leaves no headache in the morning The pittale by S P Atchison ii i f5 e k rL1I r Hilisboro- Wrk on the bank building be gnn this week Fred Crawford left Monday for Ft Dodge City Iowa Mrs Robt Busby nnd two children of Mnysville visited relatives hero last week Jerry Cole rnd Mr Scruggs or Johnson Station visited J M Denton Saturday Rev Edward Allen is aRfisling ev J L West in a series of moet ings nt tho M 15 ChurchofMiss Amy Gurnett nnd sister Liim left for their home at Mays me Monday alter several days ay Miss JtnR Denton nnd niece little Miss Ruby Day left last week to visit Mrb Frank Hues nt Au gustn Miss JElna Bell returned to her homo at Lexington last week after several days clay with friends und relatives Mrs Mattie Hunter and dough tor Ethel loner left Saturday to join her husband J l1 tinnier in dhn Territory Their many ionds hope they will be pleased with their new home Licking Union V idow Isaac Jones baby is very oorly Miss Nannie Williams is on the tockioSamst Saturday on business Newton Johnson of Grange City visiting relatives here this week Sam Sparks will begin school at this place next Monday July 20th Clale Jones und Claude Thomas attended Court at OwingsvilleMon day Mr Tilton of Carlisle was herewith G R Keller lust week in the inlorost of their lease George Youngs son of Wilinorc was here last week looking after a school Ho applied for the Yule S choOldOscar Willison and James lIen- derson returned from their home in P nenttsylvntiia woland lease CC Johnson cleaned out some oif wells for Mr Alexander on tho Thomas lease and tho Licking Union Church lease and ono well ott tho J W tiara loose for the Black Rock Co Inst week Too nnd Win A Jones wcntdown n the bluegrass region Inst Monday looking for a farm returning Wed ncaday Thoy did not find a farm that suited them that they could buy Stoops Most of our farmers hnvc laid their corn bytSome farmers will begin lopping heir tobacco this week Old hay is only worth 20 per ton in this part oftha world Some few from here attended Court at Owlngsvillo Monday Laird Throop of M tSlcilliig b vlPUiupTllB frientTCnTuuu Coon Al Anderson of Sideview was in this vIcinity one day last week TobQ of jour lea rn ing is iQ doubt thVgfeatest ignorunco Miss ThomtiB ot Clark Co is visiting her brother C Jk Thomas Richard Reynolds moved from here to near JelTersonville Sutur day S A Warner anti wife visited It R Warmer at Judy one day lust week The average yield of wheat per acre in this vicinity was about 10 bushels S F Deal and wife of tIre Judy neighborhood visited relatives hero Sunday Miss Virginia Day of Hazel Green is visiting her friend Miss Goldie Wnldeck Miss Mat lift Clark has returned home after a pleusant visit to rel atives inCincint atiiMrs Jesso Morgan and children of Bourbon Cd visited the formers sister Mrs N Byrd Jr last week Tne bla jkberry eeasmi is about over here Tho prod fuit brought almost any price n ked for it Nearly all the wheat in this neighborhood has been sold at prices ranging from 70 to 73o per bushel The icocream supper at Somer set Church Saturday night was a grand success and was largely nl tended Lawrence Gillaspie and sister Miss Mary of Wades Mill visited their uncle J HGillaspie Saturday and Sunday John H Taulbeo and Miss Ctin din Wnldeck visited tho formers brother Dr J H Tnulbee nt Ow ingsville one day last week Will Hallon and sister Miss Ju lia of Somerset and Robt Berry and Miss Hattie Secrest of near Judy visited frionns here Sunday One of our schoolboys who is fond of playing hookey says he likes his teacher for says heabs- ence makes the heart grow fond er I Judge Hillegottor of Edwards villeMo adjourned Court the other vspnpouimmedintely ing on the fact thafHills got hr A Western editor worked a scheme or his delinquent subscribers the other day All my sub scribers have paid up in advance but one wrote he and about n hundred ashamed to b that o ie dropped in and paid up J = n1 lniSlatoVailey We hind plenty of ruin here Dec Rudder U on tho sick list pllllrlrWllhSum fhultz and wife were guests SunIIIIYhubrllfonluldlr IoOpIngcouglihe Ol flyympiAlf Worrell Sunllll hoAmbresoWell wore guests If tho family of Martin Jones Sunday John K Jones and fifo visited the family of Bud Whittingtou on w greekJoseph Toy of Slmrpsburg was the guest of the family of John K Jones one night last week Jo is talking of going to Illinois Mrs Laura Kash returned last woek from Ashland where sho hud hcrdallghter Igvery sick with fever This place was well represented groveSaturdastorm coming on about dinner time upset und demolished several bug gies rind completely drenched the crowd with rain which lid much retard tho pleasure of the occus n and oh those huts Uran o Citv From another T R Rutliir is in Louisville Ibis w eekliSam Lalhrara was here last week buying cattle und sheepwMiss Addio Newman was in Flemiugsburg Wednesdayp Bud Colliver and Simp Walton went to Salt Lick Sundayit FllmingdIltJr Bro J R Junes preached two ery interesting sermous hero Sun ay Newton Johnson visited his tit Yule several days last eek Clyde Byron and wife of Owings y ill e visited tit Leslio Newmans Sunday Miss Mnmio Estill of near here WHB sunetruck Saturday and is not expected to live Mrs Martha Henderson of Oilesenvisitcd her stunt Mrs L G Kigdon Sunday and Monday John Cutright while working in the field took very sick last hut we are glad to say is weekI Little 31 lee Fronie i Moorrs Ferry visited hrr nutit Mrs Newton Johnson lust week Mrs Victoria Newman returned i her home in Fkuiingsbnrg Inst week titter u visit tci relatives here Misers Sarah Riddle nfOllCBa plaNleflweeks viMi uviiitives in Harrison nd isncku a counties cKLkfThere were nice rains liore 5at urday and Sunday Btd Colliver and Simps Walton wero here Sunday Sum Luthrnra bought some Iambs from JMColliver Jus Monday lost u valuable ware front locked bowels las McCarty sold Wm Hart some lambs at 250 per head SuturdnyinInsurance Co There has been quite n lot of blackberries picked and disposed of in the liter few days ICapt Pitman wants to dispose of his 16 partridges Ho proposes to willIwere hatched out byu bantam hen There was rt hardcontested ball game between Slate Valley boys and Knob Lick boys score 21 to 23 in favor of Knob Lick Now gameIBsober respectful and courteuu9but exceptSundaythings done on JSunday tHere are better things done I Sunday enthConstitbIO Dicker on and Grant North passed here with Riley Craig on their way to Owingsvillo Riley is charged with on Ike Hurdiii and wife first time Riley had filled whisky and assaulted fssaulc rbo way of ibe is hard Riley spent of his timo in juiln fewj back Please answer injour next What produces the oil that we find in the RlIglandfieldanllwherc does it originally come from Being light er than water why is it that it is under tho water in the ground The origin of petroleum is still an open question with scientists their theories varying Some think it came from the oleaginous mutter in fishes and other sea unimuls in remoto geological periods when where is now solid earth Ihdrcwcre salt seas teeming with life If this theory be correct the production of petrolou practically ceased MOs ago Others think petroleum is produced by chemical notion from inorganic or mineral matter and the production is still going on in the bowels of tho earth Each support their theories with certain facts and Plausible arguments hut as long as the disagree oth ers can choose and theorize for themselves The petroleum like natural gas is sealed up in rooks Jynotthe drill otherwiso it would never remain below the stirfnceFdI 4wS iSW i 31 fQ fi tfBf i I OCLOoo BotholIC M Katliir Fhipnud II carload of fulcuttlu lo CiuciniiulLlast week Mise Lidii Cotigoll of Spencer is the gueSt of hr aunt Mrs Will Lierult 9cliFtInez Arrasmith is spending sop til weeks in Poplar Plains with r uncle Dick Arrasuiith nnd lam Miss Margaret Holts returned me Inn week after n long visit th relatives in North Middle town Elizabeth Triinibo loft Wednes day for her home in Carlisle after uncxtended visit here with her- andpimruiits J M Gossott nnd Tim Kearnet left Tuesday for Oklahoma to look ut tho country If they like it will move move there in the near t u re Messrs J 0 Crawford nnd Gar lund P Fishier representing Mil fVll Jouestsday night Died July Oth Edna Frances the fivcmonthsold daughter of Sanfofd Eiumons and wlfence Maggie Cannon buried in Lone view Cemetery services at the grave by Rov Charles Gnssett Jesus said SullVr little children to como unto me for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven Uppor Prick y Ash Alban Shrotit is ouYuguin Mrs R L Stone is on the sick st Mrs Jonnie Hamilton is about ell again Several from here attended the icnic on Salt Well Saturday Perry Qondpastcr nnd wife vir ed relatives on White Oak Sun day Charles Harper of Ashland came Sunday to visit his parents Daniel Harper and wife thhamiltonery Co last Friday Walter Harper nod vife2of Mt Sterling visited DUI1 and family Sunday night II A Lyter and wife spent Sunday afternoon with Thomas Ryan and wire at Rcynoldsville Mrs Pierce Goodpnster of Ow ingsville visited her sister Mrs Jennie Hamilton last weekdFrank Craig and wife of Menifee Co visited Thomas Horseman and wife from Saturday till Monday Mrs James Harper returned to lr hnij in ltilIobllr j ItYkufttr sp irisl woks viit with r rhaiTe her WWnnrwHenI111 son Hnr mOil Alti ii Old ZItI n if ami Miss Pearl Harmon spent Sunday at the Olympian Springs Alfred Moore nnd wife of Mont gomery Cit came Saturday to vUit the hitters mother Mrs Jennie Hamilton Alfred returned home Sunday hut wife will ppind the week with her mother O1 sa =Juke MeKinnivnn returned homo from Houpston Ill Saturday Norman little son ri Louis Crump Ima fever and IB qu to sick 1 W Jonei nod Oddiu L Power visited T L Darnell and wife Sturday and attended the A 0 UW picnic ThoR L Darnell and wife and OwIwere guests here Sunday Wra EnndRobert Garrard ol East Gas Works Cincinnati after a two weeks visit with relatiVes here loft for homo Monday morn ingLittle Arthur Bryan Purvis and sister Gracie son nnd daughter of Mr arid Mrs Simpson Purvis of Ashland arrived hero accompanied by Nick Burns Sunday mora ling as guests of their grandparents Mr nod Mrs J T Gudgell publioIOddie Lower as teacher nt the lower schoolhouse and H B An dereon nt the upper schoolhouse The litllo folks tire soon with Iheir books aii4 baskets coming down every hollow in the While Oak regions John Noble who has boon under treatment of Dr Jones here for cancer for the past ix weeks has boon sulllcienlly relieved of the cancer trouble Hio Dr began treating him ton die ago fur ils tula He is doingnicely and the Dr thinks ho will be sufficiently cured to roturn to his horns about the first of August Steps one Wm Steele Burl RunhdiL B Wilson left last Thursdn with Wilson carpenter force Willis Turloy and Lee Wade of near Winchester have been here visiting relatives and friends the past week H B Sexton and family of near Owlngsville spent several days lust JoecphRay SharpsburgsictQrs the children ot J P Quis enborry deceneedrGrant Ellis and MissAUjeNortb of Salt Lick vorJioi their sister Mrs Isaac Irriel ana family over Sunday spentSundayMyers parents J W Mbntjoy ndJ wife near Ewinglon Misses IattionudErnrnaSr j j t C a V v i I1 D a44Jww4iwvBANDIt Iit U PA1JL1tJUsTlcsecy 1gs I hi1 n r ccr of Salt Lick wejehere visiting lili Karrick und wifo and other nfolks several days last week an hdDec 14th 1002 diod July 3d 1903 grandson of Get Steele and wife We are needing ruin here badly again If we instead of tho picnic grounds had got tho rainSatUrday wo nil would larva been better pleased both here and there Tho A 0 U W picnic that was held in U L Goodpastcrs woods on Suit Well drew a big crowd but no sooner than they got there a shower camo and Wilt most of them ito tho hide so that it put q uiLen damper on titem and lots leaving to get dry clothes Still the had quite nn enjoyable time land would hors had an excellent time if it hittl not been fur the fchower That man hasnt lived who hasnt suffered or to wham a spirit of prophecy born of present happi st n sufferingille quality of true happiness Lu lnt at the sorrowthat may follow when the pendulum swings Eittaburg Dispatch 4 TOAST OP JOHN AnnisWneri Lafayette visited London county hewas entertained with other em inent guests by President Monroe nt Oak Hill Lecsbiirg too the historic town nine miles from Mon roes country sear accorded him onors on that occasion and ut a inner at that town John Quincy Adams delivered famous toast to the surviving patriots of the Rev lution wu he said were like the Sybilino leaves the fewer they be ipntne the nson jjrwiui titereOr the r turn hhl Illilan jotlicr Monrtia utj bmd Mr Aittiiiia iiQe the impertinence but tiithi jio Uilt ifll iie what inspir ed the beMUtiful sclitimcnt of your toast today Y Why replied Mr Adams it was puggiigtvd tliiu morning by tlu picture of tho Syil that hiing in the hull of the Oak Hill mriinMon flow strange remaikd the less brillijiit uuest I have lokcd at that pictuo Vitally times donor the Jlslplrl and tly t thnuiTt Ivvtr occiiryfil to mcLIttMo- mirhly a WATORoREPAIRING I GoodiWork Promptly pone BEST MATERIAL USED AT FAIR TRICES BASCOM x STUSGELI JEWELER Owingsville Ky 10000 GIVEN AWAY THE LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL TO MAKE A CASH DISTRIBUTION SUB SCRIBERS In 1891 2 the CourlerJo rna l of Louisville Ky inauguratedci carried to a successful issue the first great estimating contest evcr conducted byII newspaper This contest wns based on the Presiden tial election of 1802 and 14400 was distributed to CourierJournal readersIn to numerous request the CourierJournal has decided tu inaugurate nnpther similar contest based on the total vote cast for oil cnndidates for Governor of Ken tucky in the election JJoveinber 8 i 1903 Ten thousand dollars in gold silver or greenbacks will bo given away to successful estima tors Titers will be single gifts of 13OQO 2000 1000 500 300 200 lC sioo 50t nl1l130nnll 1070 gifts of 10 each In addition there will be gifts of 500 300 nd200 for the host estimates re ceived before August 1 before September 1 andbpfore October 1 thisproOtshlringliberality erJournal to securo now subscriI burs for the Daily and F CourierJournnl Every person subscribiBg for the Weekly ConO riurJournal ono yeqrsending one dollar with the subscription Js en titled to two guesses or estimatceI Every person subscribing Daily CourierJournal for one aiontb COcents is entitled to ono guess ano year 600 twelve gUESses Renewals count the same t ne new subscribers Wme to tin- VuurlirTnUrnnil I Com ldn kflrc jrf47 1S rtJai THOS J JONES ILivery Feed Sale Stable O WINGS VI LLE KYV Headquarters for horse tend thule buyers Tolei hone connection with Preston Station 1 PUREBRED i r POLAND CHINA HOGS FOR SALE B- Yy e EAZQE l Salt Lick Ky ff W S OUDG1L11 ATTY = AfLAW Offici with 1tOtidgo11Bon r Court8t OWING3VILL1S ICY 1 WANTED We would tilts to ask through the cpliiRins of your paper if there Ja any person has used Clreetts August Flower for the cure of Indigestion Dyspepsia and Liver Trouble that lion not beon cured and wjnliemoan their rcstillH such na sour stoiunth iertnoutation ofeodbabItuniecstIvencs1epouSdysp is despoil It Icelln 1 in fat6tf ir connected with theretpinach QflYft 7 This medicine for maliy yeurs In alt cIVIbautItsand ve Wish to cor you anil send you one pfour booS ired of cot Ifyou ncrtr ttltfAngultrWehuavueverknoof 50 something more serious is the matter with our The 25 cent MZW yearRegutarslzt75cents K1MJJUOUGU SONS O Q Green Woodbury N J 0 O RAILWAY iDalty except Hiinday AUothrrrdaltr- Tniinn 22 anil Si carry Dining cur serfln 1 ITeaU nlncarte a IJIMKCAUO EKPKCTIVE JUtrST iO2 Tuu or TYAIJfH AT PrKRTOK BTATIPK KAKTBOUJCJl Not 9Motu- No22 1219 prSoM cireuWiOTKOCKll Xo 21 54 V u No 2S514 in jNo M JHM p ci- Bxprexs fTrains for i ulHvlIlo jxinKtoo- Ciocinnat Washington New York tAnd Eastern Cltlns tjartsrJy Report of the SALT LICK DEPOSIT BANK f Salt Lie Kyut tho close basiucssjunu SU1W- 3KKKOUltCES Loans and DlECIIIIIStO I 39 iirtJIOvonlniftsIIl1e iron Niitlunnl Hanks 10015 m nmlDnnken 1H310 from Trust Companies 10242 972140183 00other03UHUomlsOtherBtcclcsamllSomls flrtoouCurrency OJOlhcr00FundCurrent Expenses Last Quarter 71801 01 LIABIMTIK8 CMSurplus 8SDueDeposits subject to cbecknu vblcb Interest Is not paid Deposits subject to checkon which Intertnit Is Detnandcertlflcntesofdepositson Is pld Time c rtlflcates ot deposits on which Interest Is patti Certified Cbeck- sln81nllon81 Ilanka Ono Stet Ranks anti flankers Due Trust Companfes Cashiers Chocks oulstnudlDg Hills =Unpaid dividends Tnxei duH and unpaid Capital Block not paM jnUP1LEMENTAIfl I Illgaest amount of Indebtedness i otIIIIYSlockholder penoncompll ny or firm Including In tho thollaulllly 4 j t thereof directly or Indirectly If t such Indebtedness exceed per i pthltnthe bonk 2 How Is Indebtedness stated In above item seen red tsi of any director or otSlcer If amount lOpercentbank tteutSection583Keututkynitatues eumo secured t5 Docs amount of Indebtedness of iany person company or llrtn In cludlnsln due llniilllty of Ihocoin PanY or turin the liability of tbe In Utvldiial nifinbers theruof excewl mpercefltotitIdupcaiitaistotk No1fedness Amount of last dividend 7 Wero nil XPCIIIKloss8la cr tAnd laics deducted therefrum ip fore declaring dividend and was not 10 our cent of net profits of the blink for the ptrloU covered by thu dividend carried to Iduo surplus fund befuro paid dlvl ienttwaadectartt1tA 00 ieetctioaZOJ Kentucky Statutes J7lCfli ell Htnteof lcntuckTlssCounty Allen II 1olnts Caihler of the SnltLlct Deposit Hunk a Unnic located nod doing lulilness nt No street In the town of Salt Lick In said holng duly sworn says the foregoing rport In utah reiJiectsa truustntcinent of the condition of the said tinyofJunitiOJlgonndbellotnUlUurlhnMYs that tho r the said hns been inane rwbdron coinplliiucu with nn otOclnl nollco re S HlutoCIIlgnaUligwhich such ort slinll bo made ALLEN M POINTS Cashier jJOHNHJONKa reclQr iDirectorJby2ouIPoIotsthitdnyofIuiv1ixnJ OA IP1iEIL Notary Publlo Ht commission exiiJros nt tho rend o4twuoxt cstuauf the Hcnuto t I + ir 3 t ii +2h