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J h fl t i 4 w 4 a = tz STioPt7 y 1 t I J I fr i t f r 1 1 H S i i1 1 1 ti 1 j j t r 9 nr tuinOillcy Lt t I 1r vrdjY VOL XXV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGU9T 61903 NO 4 nowR1Itemoata with THE OuTtooil office byphol1o up 7 I Next Monday will bo County J Court day I Theta was a dustlaying shower Srueidny morning liTMiSNellie Glover begaajtcnch Salt Well ecirnolMothy Raglnnd nil hns been advanced nt the wells from C2c to 67c per Ml Jackson Estill of Wyoming sold to Lnthram Peed 18 export cattle at lIe- f Sprinkle o f rain aro frequent but the longdcJircd soaker is still badly needed It began raining about six oclock Friday and continued gently until about 230 p m r Tho Junl r Dancing Club g1veI tin bo at Bath Semi nary Itl t8ynlgbt i DS BMill brought up Monday a tqwitBv of lu1s growindthat wc-r DUdr j TM aged about i5I i Ln4a4IedstJlrnsbrd Wednesday nJl 1lastwe 1 J1tStl jBurbridge has on a MUM Hf p lfor m and is upholding ijestyof the lavvIr Ir VWJrfcI II Ewing delivered to Monday two carloads 6H47flb export cuttle at f175 v For SXLE Four varieties thor oughbred cbcKerels SOc each before Sept 1 MRS IDA M SrcELC WX XCBT BAYS OUR MONET ia please call and settle re S SIFSSEU Fridays rain trtt the ground Eow about 2J inches While itI Helped taor ia needed mke the beat of the situation 1I1tj1I1Iof Mrs Elvu tleu on Slate Avenua and will movi i it tiI abort y to teichschool thUnnll I TTrnutNO MEBTWO irotraclr r meeting conducted by Eldrrs Jnitoph June f Odessa and Stonoy of k p Hillsboro will begin at the Wyonr lug Chnnlian Church nxt Sunday ir f The body of Mrs Newt Bramble 4tr irai taken through here from Mont 7 yomcry county for burial t thu t j4rJ1d Virginia grartyard Friday f1 fawrnihg I j Bkroscn ANOTHER U GFntu 1s if tbe SharpebUrg baseball club hift to arrange or the Owlng vllln club but the latter declined In play i r Opting to the threat I Ue frlendu of Wm Thnck r who was lynched to lynch thi Jailer and burn thejail and other buildings at FlrraingBburg a guard stationed at the Jail CAHI or TuAsVo take this i n of thanking our faithful 1 frbendiJor their kind and valuable I help during ths sickness and burial Itlitour dear husband and father IL A MOODT AND CHILDREN i Mr and MrsVL McClure lately of tbo northern part of this tec county write that they have perI p raanently located at Coleeburg Ten and are well pleased with 5t their aew home and tbe people tbereiI SHAM BTQKT Twelveyearold jolia bib Ginter on bls way to fleheol near Preston last week killed a ida kiilte four feet long Young snake began issuing fromthe body of the old ono and he killed ttxtjonc I TIafortho C IOex 4ereio to Atlantic City on August F 13th ire BOW open and all persons desiring ileepingcar reservations will please notify Mr G W Bar pey D P At Lexington Kg1 at an i earIyate KOVATIKO SKMIKAHT Wallace araet has the contract for plastJ Bering papering and painting the sad painting the outside obdwork of tbe Seminary He t fwiII flniiU before the opening oJ pi NhuollaSt lt1btr tiL vMcr Fl MTA sucoeisorB to Os 4 en Palwer we are prepared to do i ererytNiag Inlhe IinOef blacksmith aad carriage repair work having nrstelaw tBiiths Bpd painters Your patronage is aoU i ted ESTILL A HONAKKR 7 Fun fal Furnishings Prompt 1 equiffMfttraBd modern serviooB i also deakr R firstclass furniture of all deMFiptionB Call and see before purchasing elsewhere M D FA1IH OwingBvillo Ky 7 J Le Hicse Funeral pfrector and EmbaUaer ixTw UIB MppgThere will- beervioesat 1fhere next e Moflday fr f nlgklut Friday night r 6 PreachIag1 U a to and t Mannii1 jsT or 8 Sii W r t Ikti = UJit riI r oronI ItQ f Atohisrn one had l pV e price Hekry flopkWm T War I r le oRe k1IhTt4 barrels of same a t 1o v o f7 i ll1 b ri 1 L utrh i 1l fJ L e JJiI r Try ii fiotY i1jd s J j E 2 PERSONAL Mikn Ri don has been on tho sick list Q A Peed was In Cincinnati from Saturday until Monday Misses Lmilo and Hurtle Ramey of Howards Mill were in town Mon day Misses Ella Rntllff nnd Ella Mof felt of Slinrpsburg wore hero last Thursday joltiedhispast reek Mr anti Mr Henry T Hopkins wont to Bourbon county on iv visit the past week MrsCG McAlister childronWnrd Iud Louise of Lexington aro with Mis Lou Frntmnn f j Win LlRhtroot Jr of HuntIng ton came Sunday to spend slime j tlmo with relatives Edward W Smith architect of tho Court houso tower was hero from Lexington Thursday Miss Amando Thompson of Mt ricrlinp came Monday to be the guest of Miss May Shrout Mss Mattin Reynolds after n visit to Mss Lottie Atchison has return cdjipine to FlemlngKburg JohuAdnir little son of Mr niia1 Mrs John KXRtchiards has beet Ito sick for days Miss Emma Lee liiblcr of M t Sterling cnmo lust Thursday to be Ufo Kuest of Miss May Shrout Mr und Mrs James Kondall of Sideviow spent from Saturday till Monday with friends near towu Mrs W K Pendlnton of Florida came Saturday on a visit to her son Elder W K Pendleton Mrnnd MrsVorisVnnlundinghnm of Sadlevillo cnmu Friday to visit John cud Miss Eva McKimievnu- Mr W S Estill is the guest of Mrs Wm S teen i Mt Sterling and is attending the lint meeting I Jessie Turney and two sons Amos nndJuckof Paris came lust week to visit Mrs Elva Catlott aiid son Robert David Gaiiltof Lebanon 0 made a brief visit to his sister and brother Mrs J A Barnes und Gano Gault last week Mrs James Ross went to Mt Stor ling Thursday and spent until Saturday with her mother Mrs Mary Samuels 4 Mrs Fannie Goo pl1 tcr Of Mt terllng was the guestuf her daugh ter Mrs N R Patterson some days the past week MCK Nancy Crouch returned Mon fn m tttwtt mouths visit to her ntIco Mrs Martha Perry at Yocum Morgan county Schwab returned last wju rom tnkl treatment flrtseu pstuiTd eavier and In better health thata It haH been for years Mrs Molllo Young and grandson Chus Fox WlttniHr ot DullaxTesas aine Thursday to vlult lieu aiM Mrs A W Fascism Miss Katie Kiuuey loft Saturday ttlnlItfler yltOItdaughterMisaguests of Uav and Mrs F 1 Pal meter Thursday and Friday Mrs Walter E Richards and Miss Maggie Murphy of Catloiteburg re turned home ay after a weeks visit to relatives in town and county Mrs Pierce Winn of Mt Sterling and Miss Lizzie M Tunics of Paris were guests of Jhe formers mother Mrs Elva Catlett Thursday and Friday Mr and Mrs Andrew MInihnn and little daughter Mary Margarett returned Saturday afternoon from a visit to relatives and friends at Carlisle J A Barnes R Gud lJn J NBy ron Snui Jackson and C W Tipton attended the Republican convention of tho 85th Senatorial district at uorehead Tuesday Mr and Mrs Samuel Cnssfly granddaughter Laura Casslty and nleco Annie Wells ofJones Branch left Tuesday to visit relatives InHen dricks county Indiana Thomas P Honnter and arifo of near lower Slate are expected to return Thursday from n visit to Mr and Mrs Joseph Spencer of Ovrcnavllle Clsrmont Co Ohio Misses Emma Lewjs of Mt Star Intand Anna May Hopkins of Bourbon county who been the guests of Mlssea OHie and Ora Hart on Roes Run returned home Fri ay Jsaao Hopkins nhdwlfo ofqhllm- algnill1weregu st8 of Mr Mrs ToL Darnell last week Mr Hopkins was roared In thaWhlteOak neighborhood and wont West tfearly a half century acct Rev C W Musgraro was the guest of Mr and Mrs John F Con ner the weeks He chine down with his fatherinlaw Coh James CXlvInjjston nud family of St Au who were on their way to Lexington where the Gal went to consult Dr Cites Aitkon in regard to his ailment Dr Musgraye has a call to t Nebraska tampaFlorJdaProf ohnBahleyPrincipalf the public school HlgglnsvIUoowas the guest of relatives la town Tqes day4M f 4Batley on his return from attending thomeetlng of the National Teachers Association at Boston stopped oil at Farmers re cently the family of his grandfather the late Major Matt Brain Bailey is a son of Ab- saloniW BaLle ofhll cputynoorrursiuIl31olCAWMEZTiNQW1 Irn o re Ky July 30 1903 =Doar QCTLOOK I am here attending the camproeet ing There ilalllir attendance this year andthe people are enjoy lag the meeting RvJt C Mor risonof Louisville Is doing most of the preaching and people are delighted with hIs sermons cropsksokHope the rains have reached Bath county Success to THKPDTLQOK Iaysliellve4opg and prosperfis b e WiMO 1 Lo i 1 J o1S ckv I IFan SENATOK The Bath countyl Republicans at this place Saturday instructed for C W Tipton for the Senatorial nomination The dis trlct convention was held nt More head Tuesday Nathan Unrrett of Rush Carter county received the nomination NEW OFFICEUH At a meeting of Acker Lodge No 148 A O U W Saturday night Samuel MJackson was elected Master Workman vice W Ray Patterson retired James M RORS wns elected Overseer to fill out unexpired term of Jnckson To MOVE POSTOFFICE Pestmne c Barnes will move lio PfistoftlceJ about the middle of Auu residence corner 9 f Vimot S nn Slnto Avenue VTho move is to b made for time sake of economy n be would intro to employ an assist ant otherwise rENT MEETING AT MT STERHEHJ The WilliamsHicks tent log began at Mt Sterling Sunday and will continue for some weeks t Tho choir consists of about 200 o and is under n competent leader Tho tent is as largo as a circus tent The services aro intended for all denominations nnd are held on week days each afternoon at 3 and each night at 730 UNCLAIMKI LETTKRS Remaining in Owingsvillo postofilce August 3 1003 Miss Rofellu Rigging Mrs Annie Atchison Rev R L Baker Joe Crouch Mrs Emer Davis N S Parrieh Miss Annie Marrly Harlan Johnson J M Suits JefftHelton O S Urumagon R Mitchell Persons calling for above letters please eay advertised j A BARXES P Mtf MOTEDTO FLKMINGSUUUG James Gillon loft Monday with his stock of drygoods for Flemingeburg where he wjll open a store Mr Gillon is a firstclass citizen end a superior business men His many friends here will min8hlmbut their best wishes go with him His going is a distinct loss to this towns citizenship He will leave his family hero for the present AIt ALL TheSharpsburg base bull club came here Thursday af ternoon and defeated tho Owiugsie villes to 0 This Ovimigs1IIpe went liown Sharpshiirtf Saturday af ternoon to return the compliment In the Feventh inning thescoro 1JoI lag 7 to 6 in Owingsvillos favore the Owin pville loam quit the game bccaUPc they allege tho umpire would not deal fairly hy them The Flomingaburg team will be hero Thursday and will play the s Owingville team Thursday Fri day land Saturday SCOTT MOODY DEAD After ItngyJ snug for a Inrj lime fit h a traJ Iybnffiicti i Sontt tioo ly of p HJJIfhorii if aft o clock a in p last Thirodi Mr Moody fmllla erly lived on Three Link in Rowan county and was SherilF nf Rowan He had been living fit Hillsboro liftteen to twenty years Mr Moodys was n good substantial standing well wherever known Ho leaves n number of children among them Mrs Foster Freeman andMN Mats Paris widow of William Paris Ho was aged abut i 65 years LEXINGTON JolltTho main cat alogue of the Lexington Elks Fair is out and now ready for distribu lion Copiesmay procured Uon application to Secretary Paul M Justice Room No 40 Hernnndo Building Lexington Ky The cat alogue is especially attractive this year and is highly illustrated Many marvelous features will bet seen at the Lexington Elks Fair this year The dates are Augusty 1015 inclusive Century Band of Chicago will play- anight and day A doien or more fine attractions will be provided on v the Plaza whichwill bo brilliantly illuminated in tire ovoning Races trotting bud running will be held daily The sensational headend railroad collision between twoloco motives running at full speed will take place on the afternoon of Wednesday August 12th A merdrygoround Ferris wheel turo railway and log and pony air cue will be among the features to p attract tbe children Everybodys is coming and one fare trlpratq has been granted byall railroads HAS A SCHOOL Tho trustees of Fairview district have shown by their selection of a teacher that they wero men of sound judgment and realize that it is their business to place as instructor over the cllllt dron of the district ono who is equal to the best Miss Fannie Glovor is ranked with the best instructors in the State and as a member of the State Certificate Class K U Lexington wpn many deserved compli ments She begins the schoolat Fairview Monday August 3 and wo feelsure will do her duty and noucoqslder anything too mnoh trouble that will advance her pupil OKB Wno KNOWS Miss Glover is a daughter ofChess Glovor of Fist Creek It is understood that sho was refused a posi tion elsewhere on account of her re lEgion after she lied been promised it She is personally highly du servingyounglady and none stands highej than she with the good peo pie who know her She now Juts a sohool almost within the shadow of Springfield Church ono of the old est Pesbyterian churches la this s ctloa i f t E 0 b II EN n v CLAY ON SrtvcmwMrs- Mary J Conner has no intcroting relic of Henry Clay in the form of a letter written to her father Dr Joseph Berry Shnrpsburg Ivygiv slnveryIthand on excellent paper sealed witha red wafer postmarked at CluyinWets used The letter is as fol lows Ashland 15th June 1833 Sir Tho existence of tho Choler in the neighborhood arid tho cares and anxieties to which it has given rise have delayed any acknowledgement of the receipt of your letter of the 27th ulto and now 1 can only briefly answer it To du EO fully would require n volume Slavery may be considered in reference to the whole Union and to tho particular States As to the first I think tho Govt of the U States possesses no Constitu subjectfmay grant such or similar limited j aid in the transportation of the African race after emancipatio- ns has been heretofore afforded to I Africa or elsewhere This restricts the question of emancipation to each State where slavery exists und confines the citizens of each State to the consideration of what may be proper for their own State Here in K slavery is in its most mitigated form Still it is SIA vEin and for one I should be will ug now ne 1 was thirty four years ago to concur in the adoption of a system of gradual emancipation 1 doubt tho expediency of agi the question at tho present time It can only be effected 1M either by making compensation to the owners or 2d by an amendment to the Constitution The resources thaiflrst J sentiment is yet prepared for the second And nftcrall if we were to adopt the system here whilst la ivory existed in the other Slave J Slates a great dual would remain to be done Mean time a sensible progress both in Europe and Ameriicn 19 making towards universal emancipation and I think wo lintI better leave to their full operation all the favorable cnncuYring onuses now existing than to make a Pro mature and perhaps unsuccessful Public opinion nlono can bring about tlieubolition of slavery and public opinion IP on the march We should wait in pathnee for its operation without attempting mea ures vhich niiglitjhrotv it buck lbM v it now e ririn that G Iru tit omnnc j Vlfjl t W a whtlln es r4SlL IIiit flnt exert nI cmnsverftiihsrcs I ivcquonlly itehal be demonstrated in these dftpenden ciep that they can be as well culti vatefl by the hnnds of frectucn ne of slaves slavery will be of one of its most plausibleh supports In our oWn nniration continues in my opinion to meet public patronage It is I admit a slow remedy butit il to be remembered that slavery is a chronScal disease and I believe maladies speedyrecovery is notj expected I write fnryourown satisfaction only and not for publication I am with great r lpeetUYour nut Servt H CLAY Dr Joseph BerrycJCDOB HAHGIS DEAD Judge Thomas F Hargis lied Monday at he home of his daughter Mrs Av S Rodgers in Springfield Ohio He been in bad health for two ears and living with his daughter there His wife whom ho married t Carlisle and was a Norvell stir TOt1 nisI their children Mrs Annie Trigg Rodgers of Springfield 0 Mrs Ellen Hargis South wife of exLieut Terresouth of Arkan sas Robert Hargis employe of the Monon railroad at Louisville and Misses Marcia and Mary lIargis who for some years have conducted girls school in Texas but have eided to open a school in Paris a France where Miss Marcia ii at rfbomas1rnzieron of Col John Hargis and was born Juno 24th 1842 at Jackson Brpathltt county removingwith his father to Morehead where he was living when tho Civil war broke out He served in the Confederate army at first in Col G W Conners regiment the Fifth Kentucky In antry He afterwards served in he Tenth Cavalry Ho was wound ed at the battle of Cynthiana He became a lawyer titter tho war and removed to Carlisle being elected s CoJudge NicholasStato Senator and utter being defeated for Circuit Judge once was later elected to that olllca Ho was nominated here by the Democratic convention for Judge jit the Court of Appeals 4n the spring of 1879 to succeed Judge John M Elliott anti was elected Serving out the term be removed to Louisville where he practiced his profession until his health fall i ed i Hargis controversy with Thomas M Green formerly of Maysville now of Danville is a eel cbrated one in State history Green opposed Hargia in his race for Circuit Judge on the groundofl Hajcga ineligibility n mutilated fatuity Bible anti mUlil ted court reeorL figuring in it The matter resulted D1QluL between Gtn aud Tlutgi VLouisvile Harris gaining tUo deeislou j 2ifT RACKET STORETW- E HAVE TOO HANY SUHJVIER GOODS moneyCallupWhiteLadle Vests 4c Lace 4 inches wido yd Gc 3 yds Curtains pr 40c Polka Dot Dusk yd8clOc Percale for 8c 24cLunchland satchels CO 50 40 35c edgara 25 20 15c 5 3 5 CASH PAID FOR EGGS IN2ig7ilUve= = SELl INC OU1H TO QUIT By SfNESS i From this June 24 I will sell my entire i tock of goods AT COST FOR CASH V1ILLINERYBRESS GOODSNOTIONS Etc My stock consists of Lawns Dimities White Goods CalicosCot tons Hosiery Corsets Underwear nd many other things too numerous to mention EARLY AND GET BARGAINS MRSD So ESTILL wingsvilley Ky IoriN W SIcGiosrtONe DEATH John W McGlosson of Olympia was tiken with cancer of the etom aclr nbnut six njnuthe ago Some IIb ok ti hsbed- ie dud nt 10K ci Kk u m Sun v August 2d Fuaeru trvicifrl mdcvartufUoonafter which the interment took title in the Olympian Springs burial ground hy the side of hiii wife two children whohnd preceded im to the grave May 8h 1877 The pallhearers were G VYoung K Jackson U D Case Robert Overby P Slesser Wm Jackson John W McGloason was horn in t Joseph Mo Dec 2Gth 1833 t the age of five years his father Jacob McGlosson removed to Ken tucl y The son was mostly roared by his uncle JohnAY McGloason nd wif6 on Triplett Crook Rowan count With the exception of thif time and a short while in Fleming he spent his life in Hath county Ho was married March 2d 1858 to Miss Ann E Nelson at Olympian Springe Nine children burn of their union six sur lying Mrs Wro E Houston of Louisa ICy Mrs U W Cluyon oj Stilt Lick Benjamin T George W William G and Miss Chellof Olympia Deceased had been a mcralier of the Christian Church for over thirty years He vas a schoolteacher by professinn and had taught throughout this section for almost fifty yenre being one of the oldest teachers in the county Ho was an honorable highminded man estIelpedbynil who know him and citizen that was always a credit to his community Many a formor upil of his will be truly saddened hear of his death THE OUT LOOK joins in sympathy to the bereaved children STATE SUMMTSCUOOL CoNvEx TIOKTho Thirtyeighth Annual Convention of the Kentucky Sun dlly choot Asspciation meets at Lexington August 18th 19th 20th An exceedingly strong and attrac io program has been arranged Prof E 0 Bxcell of Chicago the groat composer whose songs are ung and loved all over the world and who ia today the most renowned loader ut sacred music in the world will lead the music HwiH be worth the trip to bear and know hfm Mr W C Pearce of Chicago one of the beslkaown and beet loved Sundayschnol workers of America will btf on tEa program at each session He comes to repro sent the International Work hay ug recently been chosen an officer of th Association Ho is an at ractivo speaker lovable man and consecrated Christian Mrs Mary Foster Bryner another Internation alworker of world wide fame will with us It is her first visit to Kentucky and a treat is in store for our renders Besides these the very Roost speakers in the fcUate wHI be on the pTOgrnm lIch school is entitled to one dletuJr each one hundred or J Glass Tumblers 2c each 32Cartridgce rim fire 50 for 2Cc Talcum Powder lOr lie Towel Rollers lOc Shoo Thread lie Mons Night Shirts SOc Large Tin Washpans Sc Cuspidors 108c 1000 Toothpicks 40 Tablets le Slates 3e date JOME Traction thereof each county to pudelegtits at Inre all ministers Qving ernltlclo delegates One Eire plus 25 cents for tho round riP has been granted bv nil raIl roiids ii liio State Delegates willI ho entertained ire upon cnroil iI meat und the plymHn 91 oncd lar to the Entertainment Cqmmit tee Crcdentlttls must ho secured from your County President or Score tary Names should be sent in not aLec than Augu t 15th to the Chair man of tho entertainment Committee Mr O E llannnh Lexington Par full information and program address E A Fox General Sere tary Room 19 Loutsvlllo Trust Building Louisville Ky W S GUDGELL ATTYATLAW Offico with It Gudgoll uk Son Court St- OVINOiVILLE KY WANTEDBring me at NEW N G S Jour- CHICKENS EGGS BUTTER CAS1TPAID NATHANIEL MARKLAND 10000 mm ME THE LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL TO MAKE A CASH DISTttlBTTION TO SUB SCRIBERSI In 1891 2 the CourierJournal of Louisville Ky inaugurated and carried to n successful iesuo the first groat estimating contest ever conducted bya newspaper Title I contest was bused on the Presidon ticj election of 1892 and 14400 waff distributed to CourierJournal renders In response to numerous requests the CouriorJjurnal has inaugurate another similar contestJ based on tho total vote cast for all candidates for Governor of Ken lucky in the election November 3 1903 Ten thousand dollars in gold silver or greenbacks will he given away to successful estima tors There wil bo single gifts of 3000 2000 1000 5001 300 200 150t1OO 50 ahd 30nd1G70 gifts of 10 each In addition there will be gifts of 500 300 and 200 for the best estimates ro ceived before August 1 beforey September 1 and before p The object of this profitsharing l liberality on tho part of the Coon er Journal is to secure new subserithors for tho Daily und CourierJournal Every person subscribing for the Weekly Con riurJournnl OttO year sending oneSdollar with tho subscription is en titled to two guesses or estimates Every person subscribing for tho Daily Courier Journal for one month 60 cents is entitled to tile gtfess one year 600 twelve guesses Renewals count the Paine osn subscribers Write to the CourierJournal Company today for fullpaVticularu ftiid blanks i IAI iES lHAiNEstfl J Why buy a shoddy socalled haifdmndo or machinemade 1Saddle or Harness when you cnn get strictly firstclass made right here at home and made out of the best MItnrlleJ loather and by men that only make firstclass work t Our KENTUCKYSPRING SADDLi t Is tO casltst and casiostridingatid inogtdnrableBliddIb e t If you try otto set of out handmade btiggyJiarncss you iIitalways uso thorn I have tfjejbest of goods In this1 part of the State I nlr Yopraorhcittsnddles and hiarnt5ss EUGENE fiIINIHAN VINGSV1LL Ki SAM P ATGHIStfff ji DRUCCIST i1i FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO CIGARS SG 5 7= = rl st BUY GREEN SEAL HOEj FOR MEN won eN and CHILDREN MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY U S A w WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED SOLE tferl bestrwearing leather In the worldi y sale For by Oscar C h an d IOwingsYille i1J3ii gnVvi 1 icesToSuitTimes li j11Ii 1 6sc8c i No a satin ribbon per yd y 2c 1 gc laces for 4clJt 1456ocI30C dresser scarfs for 22C j 220HensU fine 4I U Kangaroo guaranteed 150 j Vici Pat leather regular 3 225i- t Ladies Viei Kid shoes race eg2 92C tU I u LI 150 orW Mens linen qpats and vest 25c sUitS regular 4 for 298 CASH PAID FOR EGGS AND LIENSl t Ocai ChandlerrPostoffice above H t tl c P p I DAU2OCThYBAiw I 1- MU4T fEATURES UraURPASmi jIREDUCED RATES0 MA r ATIQl y OLD HICKORST reaches the spot headache in the tntIonCAtAtOUE real Old Kentucky t on hand for sale by S P Atchison THOS J Livery Feed Headquarters for buyers Telephone with Preston PUREBRED POLAND CHINA HOGSnu FUR SALE BY V C RAZOR Salt Lick Ky CAUTION This Is not gentle wordbut whorl ou think how liable you are not tour hase tho only remedytuiiyoMal y Unowmuid a remedy tliathas hud the largest sale of any medicine in he world sluco 18C8 for the cure and treatment of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles witIiul losing Its great all llutay years you will bo thankful ve called our attention to Jioscliooa German yrup Thrre nra so many ordinary cough remedied made by druggists goodforospcelnUytor IduringThe 25 coot slzeTias just beets Intro duced this year e ntur size 75 cents SONS At JOHN T KIMBROUGH j fi 4 F f 0 y =J k4 LSJCheapRoute AUK 18th 1903V Jh vOnbo sold from Loxngtonifv v till stations fromLe2rsn t- oAttl 5 at 13 1rckctsgoodU tn sJt t date of sale p p1Jinformation Tnqulrcof your Iltiwrite Ions Ii P irri A G P ClnltnnnlJ 0orQy BAniayL DP A r i ToATLANTIC CITY i WITHOUT CHANJK via THESCENtCC ilThrough Washington aid pbil dclpLia with ftopoVerpriy f lI KeAleturniDg i Special train will Jeave iexfngfon1 il40oru- Thtirsday1u 13 I9o- 3Roundtrip i r teJ4Zf4 tickets good 12 dtyS J Tile Uest Route and the Hept1mett1to see Atlantic City at its fJeighit Through Pullman Sheecrfthjj itfurlhertivo circulars address JicOtDI orrs 1l WIiAnrET t ct Scc oUr samples n our prices and do your job work V t fi o t t 1 t 3i i io 1 i toti t 4o r cL t OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY I I THOSE OLD SLIPPERS AVUli many comforts lam blessed F rhlch I hotwlm thankfurduljr O possessedrShoviBakrs me pretty thin to wear J 1ItaseDutIs my old wornoutilPPercd case bought those slippers long ago t 9 1te mlred smart 94 were and much ad They dont IC4harnisome now I know ButtheyiIt me when I am tired The rilbfaiy worn and down at heel onetWhen Istt down and slip them on How soft and grateful to the sole How snugly to each corn conforming I With ventilation at each holel At once I find them cool and warming I need some new ones I sUppo tI4 But mortal maker could not lie footgear to compare with those p Old clippers that I love so well Chicago Dally News s 0 I IIi Mystery of the P Bayou Woods iI1 4 By WALKER KENNEDY u Copyright ltd br AN KeUon NlperCa k CHAPTER VII CONTINUE P I That looks rigly for Wright unld JVarde regretfully 0 Ordinarily it would but there is IhisIWhat do you meanT Why when I took Ollt this pistol 1 Mrs Wright was dnmfoundnl fur a t moment Then she iluclarcd tlint it v yras not her husbands pistol anti that when she had left the house this afternoon that weapon lint not been t there for she had examined the one that wasan old affairIn order she said to see whether It hall been firrd or not She asserted positively that Some one had changed the pistols Ins her absence t t By TonI cried Wanle this i j grows exciting I I dont claim to be an extra good 4 judge of humnn nature said the de teethe but In my opinion the wo t mnn was telling the truth She led i me to the pistol without n particle I of hesitation and T never saw any persons face fall as hers did when r took out the shining revolver I put whoimust I taken n hand In the munlcr or else 1isnbilter enemy of young Wright f At any rate tny idea of the ease has i changed considerably since thisr morning 1 have an Idensaid tVnrile and I JIf you wm help me perhaps WP can I hit on a olution of this rlllll1e 4 i t will do anything Consistent with iny official dnty I j Nt ask nothing more It Is your s I conceive It not labolster 14rany pet tholor nflViodyI hob by but to get at the truth and tin mask the real criminal ttltare right l agree with you s e youGJ jpnd find out whether shir has any proof thai the old pistol was there yesierday morning If she tins not Tperhaps sXme jot her neighbors could 1te1 whether anybody visited the yoltflCafl man f i l there you are In n fair way to find the man rho killed John T Wright Ill go out there tomorrow and timetnew e I telt lstJthat young fellow- The detective retired and AVarde I ftillt4iMe rcsimhtr hi w ork It was lnTehnt1while the mystyias deepening nt ltbr Jametlme4heMsIlle proofs were t accumulating agalnst Vright lie had J more reason now than ever to believe tbRalltllclnrkerlrlmetbatinvohtfl ftmnething besides murder lay beyond i frc 11rl 1atncle case that hail bEen Jj r JBadeont For the first time he felt 9 that he was contending with an nn I Men antagonist antI that while he was endeavoring to clear the name I L of herbert WrIght some one wu z j5Zf htlng him step by step and was trying to fasten the guilt upon the v young soon It could not be the au l t iori ties They were of course mere yMy clplng their duty io the best of j helr and they could not he ji jBxpecfeil to yield anything to the e ljnieBtal side of the case From this time on Warde never r L MJie4 to feel tha he and the unseen tc Kre engaged In a tlesperate same i r In which a human life was Involved J p xJfe5Hently accepted the unwritten t rlr jallenge to Ijattle and made np his 1 j rMtHthahpYI9YId11ot be defeated 4 The pert Hiornlny Hus was treat i1t a iiensBttwifcthe startling evl t4 t eacc obtained by the authorities be er r PPjenieatff1 byan exclusive t + p1 reofRepubJllh cl in the Jour iwl When Warde sat down to break iJ fut find Iplcked up that paper he was old THK amazement at what he teasj for In large glaring headlines b tlie sew tJIerbert Wright stung Vriajjr a guilty conscience had endeav ftretlrto take his own life The at i knpt lt seemed waV discovered by ii1tI alert tireless jailer who NjK SpwHnptly sent for a physician J tIeynuiig nianV life was saved l ri4Mhsll taken morphine but the promptt5I i 4 checkmated tnesvoittbe suicide t j W ne wuilii despir when he read ttfa It was the virtual confession vof s guilty cdBsjcIence and It would f pt be1ess tocatlnae hIS lnvestlga k tie Asso i8iehad swallowed It t 4 JiK breakfast he juHiped on a street J i ff asid cRt tfJ thtJall 4ght was eryladto see him f s4the jailer a 9tCl the newspaper i a N a irthe BrisoBcr to have an In jailVpLvtit with a ipelle- it t r tes MM ji t tajocked sae cold f 1 tJa prepafed to astonish i j J t i fcj jrpH Wean f y i tmoHsitI a He from e1iit 1e gtaeL Jt t t Fl am eartaioly glad to hear f z i AJ J etfsBB attempt was made 0RtfljatlIHtl b to poison jQ tt J J isiRy Mj Iff t C x1tpoIio4 The rdrug was iy e of course I ate pt1SI iosedp i JIrtaBte and ortly ft nTir ctBdmysIJf grow 2 lar Wry drowsy I called for the tbCJI1gbttr 7 wL1uiY iivtu who fQ Q lTCJJ W 2 J T 1t ffA 1 o rr + V I t r toM Cft if tr J 1 rJ 1t r t t sc t y y detected the evidcncea M nnorphlne and immediately 8telIS to relieve me The er c was preserved und exawned at my request and tie doctor found that the poison in It would have rendered me a corpse in lets than an hour Hnve you found the man yho made Ihls attempt 1 impossiblenothingabouttion CoUld ho mode The poison could not have been put in accidentally by the cook for no one else in the jail was effected The food must have been poisoned after it was put into tho bowlmy supper was a sort of grueland it must have been done by the mtSt who handed me my howl I could not tell who did this as several of the prisoners volunteer each day to act as waiters Of course said Warde you could not have a personal enemy among these men Certainly not It is evident that this poisoning schemt was designed outside of the jail and that some one of the prison ers was bribed to slip the drug into your portion of the food IJ looks that way beyond n doubt Irving Wanle felt that the unseen antagonist was again at work lie shivered when he thought of the re sources of his adversary who could affect the changing of thin pistols in the suburbs south of the city nod the attempted murder of a prisoner in the jail in the northern juirt of the town lie realized now that it was no ordinary for that young Wright hind to tight Shrewd intelli gence an abundance of money u com bllUlflf reaily tools perfect un scrupulousness mill murder itself were all pi led against till man The attempt un Wrights life had line reassuring iially it mininerd Wanln that the mini engineering there operations ISIIIIt satisfied with the ease already made out against the young man otherwise the law might lijivn been allowed to tnke its course There veri Maws in tin evidence fatal weaknesses which might leail to the llI5Vi cry flf the real criminal and somehow the lireflf Herbert Wright stood in tin wayiii the ucfiiinplishinent iiia veiled pur pose The same motive whieh ile nmnded tin lift of John Wright nov demanded thlltIf hiIIfIl anal Warde could not help thinking that Rome tremendous issue was at slake or some far reaching programme was In jeopardy front Herberts being aliveThese thoughts were running rapid ly through his mini while Wright continued to discuss the affair nf the night before and finally the reporter asked If you three made up your minds to keep this thing secret latin did it leak nnt1 That I cannot say The jailer says the only person who left the jail lust night WOK the doctor The iloetnr who was here quite early tells a rather curious tale l1says that nt the nearest turner he was sajutiil by a roughlooking fellow wIn wore a red flaiiel shirt nnd whose face was covered with stubble Is hi dead doctor asked this man Who said the doctor Why Wright I heard u nlggrr say that In hail taken poison NII he is not ileail replied tin doe tor That was all that was said U dill not occur1 to the doctor till after ward that It would have been iinpos tolbltf Ill allY news to have gut out when nil the prisoners were in their cells and the jailer alone could have communicated it to the outside world Then the Journal reporter did not come here to get the facts No he must have obtained them outside of the jail This man inthe red flannel shirt was nothing further heard from him Nothing Rut the jailer remem hers thiit such a man hail appiled far odmission t h jail yesterday o see a jjrusouer named IJllly Maloney Have you questioned Maloney Yes uml he tells a pretty straight story He says that he never saw tin stranger before and that the man told him of a friend named Bill Ma loney anil he came to see if this was the same fellow but it was not Ma- honey says the man hungaround some time talking to the prisoners hut he did not pay any particular at tention to him He evidently got hold of the name of one of the prison ers anti then carried out his scheme with another of them If indeed he is the man who put up the poisoning job Wright asked that Wnrwshould publish the facts in place him right before the public the jailer corroborating all he had said During the afternoon Wanle ran against John Holcombe the city editor of the Journal and asked him how he got the points about the sui cide in jail Jlni laughed and said I scooped you badly on that didnt Iold man That item wasn bird But I have sonic curiosity Jim to know how you got it Who gave it tOJOU 1 cant tell you thntThf party who put me on made me promise not to give him away He also made me promise not to go to the jail for itSaid he thought tile authorities were trying to keep it dark as It occurred shortly after supper and nothing was knoyn of itat least not for publi cation at the station house at mid nightHemade a great guy of you who ever he is- What do you mean Vhy there is scarcely a word of trutli jn his story from beginning to end The man did not try to commit ruicldp and your report that lie Is not expected to recover Is all bosh 1 found him sitting up in the jailers morningWellthat I have been imposed upon in that way Ill wring the neck of that IittJeskunkl VJJp is that- Wiy2no that wont do Warde I wont give him away until Ive given him a chance to explain himself Hdlcombe departed in a brisk dudgeon tmd Warde sought the office where he found Fenton awaiting him I got what I wanted this morn ing besald- Tell me said Warde Mrs Wright said that her nearest neighbor n kindhearted widow by the name of Mrs Anderson had been there at noon to take care of her child while she visited her husband Just as lIra Anderson was about to take the child away Mrs Wright had examined the pistol and called Mrs Andersons attention to ihe fact that it had not been shot off for a long time J then vent to see Mrs Ander son She remembered the pistol very well and knew where it had been placed The ivoryhandled revolver was not the weapon she had seen there lInt Mrs Anderson had sonje other facfllSbe had seen a man coialBg out of the side door of tie 14 1i 1 t fr J 2 i 7 ti 1 irtt Q Jl Wright house and site accosted hm and told him there was no one in at present He replied that he had found that out and would drop in again when Mrs Wright was at home nothingturtherthe pistols Did she describe the manes she said he was n rather stoutly built man with probably a couple of weeks beard on his face und that lie wore n red flannel shirt Fcntrui you have done splendidly and if you will agree to help me fur her we will unravel one of the deep estlaid crimes ever planned In this countryill that I can Then we will win the game yet CHA1TBU VIII The next uviining nt nine oclock Warde was working In the office when u nrgro boy brought him a note 11- 11oprlI1 it casually and rend the fol- Illwill Mr Wnrde Come as soon as you can to IVtirs last No 1000 Cum merce street A river Ulan there can givi you a great story for the Gaze e His name is Villinin Jackson A Friend Irving recrived a great many notes like thinn1 it occasioned him no surprise Teters fast had a reputa thin of a not very reassuring chit rue ter still ho was often culled to such places and he gave it no particular thought He finished the work upon wlijch he was engaged anti at It oclock started for the choice locality to which he had been called As he was passing the station house IVnton the detective joined him and asked whither he was going lii Peters Kcst siiil Ward- eThats a nice place to go to said IVnton laughing was called there to get a piece of news replied Wnrde will go with you said Fenton iiI may be something in my lint All right but remember that this Is mine and if theres anything in it the n7IIII gets it exclusively Of course The locality which the two men WIn about to visit was a considerable distance from the station house and it abutted on the river Commerce m HIND THE BAR WAS A STOLIL1 IUJKF1AN WHO LOOKED AS IF liE HAD TAKEN ALL TIlE DEGREES OF CRIME street originally ran parallel with the river but the current of the Mississ hip which is ever making some ex case for a change had eaten away a large part nf the bank so that the upper end of the street ran almost into the water The rear end of sev era houses on the west side were actually suspended over the street ii and It was only ajjuestton of tiui when they wjniTirtopple Into the swirling wafers but It Is rather a veneralilc observation that because a thing lid not happen yesterday people are Inclined to think that it will not happen tomorrow And so many persons oh upper Commerce street continued to reside above the river knowing full well that there would be an end to it sonic time but fondly expecting that somehow they would move out a day or two before the crash came anti the river claimed a lot of refuse not its own At last they came to Peters Itest It was twostoried house which in its day hind been considered one of the handsomest residences in the city for in the early days of Nibs this congeries of tilth crime and deg redation had been the most eligible part of the town Yet nobody ever dreamed at the time of this story that Hells Half Acre which lay banked in shadows to the north would one day be reclaimed again and traversed by railroads and re sound with the hum of business for now the desperado utah the rough were omnipresent in that locality Time exigencies of the time hall con theIof all sorts of disreputable men nUll women It was here that under the influence of liquor whirl was un equaled in vikhess nil sorts of evil pacts were struck crimes were planned and new lessons of deprav itwere learned Just this side of the Rest was a vacant lot stretching down to the river Here Fenton said he would stop while Warde went in Before they separated Fenton handed him a police whistle and it vas agreed between them that if Warde should blow It the detective would know that he was in danger and would hasten to his assistance Fen ton was not at nil satisfied with this adventure qMVardes but he did not communicate any of his uneasiness He merely cautioned him to be on his guard aas the xrowd he was gop among was not very particular about taking either property or life The atmosphere in the saloon was so heavy and malodorous that the lights burned dimly anti reluctantly 1chind the bar was a stolid ruffian who looked as if he might have taken alt the degreeof crime A low brow heavy black mustache small animal eyes and a profusion of cheap jewel ry admirably fitted Billy McGee to be the hero of a bloody melodrama or a prominent character in a Lon don chapbook A couple of dissipated young men were throwing djce be fore Billy who watched the result dispassionatereferee disreputabilitytables some handling greasy decks of cards some shooting craps some drinking whisky and other congenial liquors and some talking apart la whispers on subjects not to be repealed even in that favorable atmosphere There were also on hand a few fade parodies of womankind whose efforts to be gay and mirthful were of a piece with their ghastly surroundings rJV lit Continued J Aii iif i 1 I J TI f f WHITEHALLPARKS j Another Will of Gen C M Clay Has Been Found The White Hall Lands Shall Remain Intact Forever and Shall Be In Fee Simple the Property of the Government Lexington Ky Aug 3 Another will of Gen Cassius Marcellus Clay executed March 28 1901 a year after the one to be offered for probate Mon day In Richmond has been produced by Dora Clay Brock the former child wife of Gen Clay Tho Instrument Is In Gen Clays own handwriting and sealed on the back with his prlvte seal In green wax A J Alexander and some person named by him and Dora Clay Brock his former wife are selected as exec utors These shall dictate their suc cessorsThe White Hall lands and fixtures of 3GO acres shall remain Including houses trees etc forever the same Intact the finest natural park on parth It shall be fee simple the property of the United States of America In trust for tho inhabitants of this earth It shall be so long under the care of my executors as may be deem ed best by the federal government and then bo under their directions etc In the purposes of this legator Ills coal mines in Clay county Ken tucky about 300 acres more or less shall be formed into a company and worked for the use and benefit of the funds and needs of the White Hall park and to pay all legacies debts etc here enjoined The 360 acres of my son Green Clay deceased Jrom his late divorced wife Mary Jane W Clay who lived in Madison county Kentucky shall be sold and the pro ceeds go Into the White Hall park re serve fund All other lands shall be sold for the same fund or given to the legatees as ordered herein His former wife Dora shall have 10000 invested In United States bonds the interest of which shall be used by her and Cassius M Clay Brock her son and at her death shall go to the heirs of her body forever and she is requested by the donor to care for the Afrans who have been among her truest friends and the chil dren of the Afrans school near Keene KyAll other properties personal and real choses Inaction etc shall go Into tho reserve fund where doubt about their disposal shall arise He bequeaths small sums to person al friends but none of the moneys devices legacies real or personal shall go to any of his blood kinfolk or their connections under penalty of forfeiture to the reserve fund two thirds to the fund and onethird to the InformerIn codicil the legator appoints Dora Brock alone as his executor She shall appoint another and the two shall choose a third executor The entire will Is In Gen Clays handwriting The document was given to Dora Clay Brock by the generals own hand with the admonition that she should not open It until after his death This will will be offered for probate Monday There will be a bit ter contest as the attorneys for Dora Clay Brock are determined to fight every inch of ground The later will Is without witnesses The other will which will also be offered for probate Monday was made May 12 1900 duly witnessed and tested and leaves Dora 10000 ari3i onefourth Interest In the mines ItS dons ho last will but It makes thrr- hrQue Ju notably among whlchx A 1101 to ulld a Mlthodlsl chuwlthid onehalf mile of Dora Brocks home 3000 to John Cabell Chenault and unstlpulatcd amounts totha Filson club of Louisville EXPLOSION WAS TERRIFIC Attempt Made to Blow Up a Northern Pacific Bridge Livingston Mont Aug 3An at tempt was made Sunday to blow upI the Northern Pacific bridge across the Yellowstone river east of Livingston The explosion was terrific and broke windows in scores of houses in the eastern pait of Livingston The big bridge was twisted out of alignment The powder had been placed by inexperienced persons and to that fact is attributed the escape of the structure A large hole was made 4n the central pier of the bridge Mosquito Plague In London London Aug3The sudden and stifling heat which overwhelmed Lon dons millions last eek brought with it such a plague of mosquitoes as the city has never before experienced Many of the victims of their sting are in the hospitals Death of Rev George M Vanderlip New York Aug 3Rev George Mairs Vanderllp DD through whose Instrumentality the Young Mens Christian association was established in America Is dead at his homo In Brooklyn Collma Volcano In Eruption Mexico City Aug 3A dispatch from Colima states that tho Colima volcano is In eruption Great clouds of smoke are issuing from the vol cano and are being carried to the northeast by a strong wind from the sea Houses Destroyed By An Earthquake London Aug 3 Dispatches say that an earthquake has destroyed a number of houses in the towns of Fib tUerra and Mulazzo In the province of Tuscany Italy They are near Spe zia on the Gulf of Genoa Treasury Statement Washington Aug 3 Saturdays statement of the treasury balances in the general fund exclusive of the 150000000 gold reserve in the divis ion of redemption shows Available cash balance 228291444 gold 98 499879 Two Men Killed By a Train Reading Pa Aug 3Wm Stamm aged 48 and J Alfred Richards aged 25 were struck by a train on the Phil adelphia Reading railroad near Rick enbach station Their bodies were found Sunday morning The Famous Quadruplets Toledo 0 Aug3Tbeodore Roose ofIcholera Infantum The other boy Samuel Jones died last Thursday The two girls are also ill but will probably recover An Earthquake Shock San Francisco Cal Aug 3An earthquake lasting nearly 30 seconds was experienced Sunday evening Tho quake was one of the longest In dura Lion for many years Ji Iii r J riIJjo iE t f 7 Sl 3Ha Ki rTAT NEWS PICKUPS 1- c fc 0 a m4r 5r 3 ttA REMARKABLE CASE Young Girl Dice After Sneezing For Four Weeks Harrisburg Ky July 30Twentyweeks of Incessant sneezing has caus tho death of a daughter oT Benja min Ball residing near Dix river bot tomsOn the second day of last March the young lady who was ro bust and large for her years began to sneeze and kept Is up constantly for four weeks the longest Interval be tween any two sneezes being about one minute At the expiration of the four weeks the sneezing stopped and it was hoped that she would not again be troubled Three weeks later however she was again attacked with sneezing and notwithstanding that sho had the best of medical attention kept it up con stantly until death relieved her this weekDuring the first attack the girl re mained In her usual good health but during tho last spell she suffered ex cruciating pain and wasted away The body was burled In the Chris topber graveyard and every night since the Interment the brokenhearted father has pillowed his head on the mound that covers his girl with a shotgun by his tide for fear her grave may be disturbed In tho interest of medical science VAN ROUSE IS DEAD The Colt Was a Victim of the Holo caust at John E Maddens Stables Lexington Ky July 30 Hiram Steele manager of Hamburg place the famous breeding establishment of lohn E Madden which was struck by lightning last week and whereby Imp Mirthful lost his life confirmed the tusplclon Wednesday by admitting that the crack young colt Von Rouse owned by John A Drake was also a victim of tho holocaust and Is no more Nothing was said about his death at the time as Steele preferred that the information should first come from Mr Drake who was immediately notified of the disaster MADDENS BIG BARNS The Insurance Companies Have Set tied For the Fire Loss Lexington Ky Aug tThe local Insurance companies which carried In surance on the barn and feed destroy ed In the recent fire at Hamburg Place have made a settlement with Mrs John E Madden to the amount of 14500 This amount does not cover any loss sustained on the seven horses which were burned In the fire The work of rebuilding the barn will nc be started before the return of Madden after the eastern racing sea son is over A Special Jury Called Barboursvllle Ky Aug 1A ape cia l grand jury has been summoned In Owaley county to meet August 11 to investigate alleged assassinations In this county The three Aliens are In the Lexington jail charged with kill- Ing Delaney Peters and a man named Caywond is in Jail at Richmond ac cused of tilling John L Rose No ar rests have everjejenpiade for the kill ing of Judge Hyden that from ambush 1119 rtustcCtglar who entered the county branch hospital does not seem ti have any dread for contagious disease The fellow secured 12 new blankets and car ned away the records of the patients County Health Officer Dr Wilsonre ported the matter to the Covington police Insurance Company to Investigate Louisville Ky Jnly301t devel Iped Wednesday that Paul Caine the young man who was found drowned last week bad 35000 In arcidentic iuranre In addition to the life poll cles he carried A New York company has a representative here InC tigating the case and the body may be exhumed Refused to Issue Certificates Burkesvllle KyJuly 30The board af examiners of this county have rc fused to issue certificates to any of the teachers in the recent examination because they found evidences that rom3 of the applicants had obtained the questions before the examination opened Capt J A M rrlson Dead Middleburg Ky July 30Col John L Morrison representative from Ca sey and Russell counties is dead Ho WitS captain in the famous Wolfords First Kentucky cavalry and after ward a colonel In the Thirteenth Kentucky cavalry and Thirtysecond Ken lucky Infantry Confederate Veteran Dead Cadiz Ky July 31 James Ab Hum phries of near Canton this county passed away of cancer of the stom ich after an Illness of several months He was an old confederate soldier Joining the army in Floyd La In 1861 and was in the seigc of Vicksburg Prisoners Made Their Escape Campton Ky July 31Jack Hoi ton and Hugh Hollon two young men confined In Jail at this place on a peace warrant and for shooting on the high way cut a hole through the outside wan and made their escape Trouble In Bullskln Precinct Manchester Ky July 30ln a gen eral fight in Bullskln precinct Heveily Hosklns was seriously cut Howell Bowling was cut slightly on the arm ami LevI Bowlings band was scraped by a bullet AH the men were drink tag Condemn Sunday Baseball Paducah Ky July 30The Minis terial association has presented resolu Ions to Mayor P A Yelser condemn- Ing Sunday baseball and requesting him not to accept the money offered by the baseball association for charity Dr Louis Kasterbeln Dead Louisville Ky July 31Dr Louis D Kasterbeln one of the leading phy sicians in the city and a man dlstin guished for his ability as an analytical ihemlst and expert on poisons Is dead Dr Kasterbeln was 64 years old and commenced the study of chemistry when a boy Harrison County Fair CynthIa a Ky July 30The Har rlson county fair began hereWednes day and it is estimated that 51000 trans will be in Cynlhlan tbte week Thefair will dose Saturday l 1 J J TO BUILD LARGE SHOPS Illinois Central Secures Option on Land at Louisville Louisville Ky July 31The Illinois Central has secured an option on 80 acres of ground Just outside of the southern part of the city antI it has been definitely Intimated to the city officials that the building of forge shops Is under consideration Cst lain concessions are necessary and It these can be secured it is reasonably cer tain that the option will be closed and the shops built Agents for the road have been Inquiring into labor condi tions In Louisville and the report they made was extremely satisfactory to the management of thb road In Chi cago disputes between labor and capi tal are so frequent that all the large corporations lose every year thou sands of dollars from this cause This question is said to enter largely Into the consideration in addition to the fact that shops to supply the de mantIs of tho territory south of the Ohio are needed MRS DORA CLAY BROCK She Will Sue For 25000 Damages For the Killing of Her Husband Frankfort Ky Aug tMrs Dora Clay Brock came here Friday after noon and retained Col James Andrew Scott a leading member of the bar to represent her in a 25000 damage suit to be brought very shortly against the Indiana Railway Co on which her husband Riley Brock was killed and also as her attorney to collect the 10 000 legacy left her by Gen Cassius M Clay The will will be offered for probate In the Madison county court on Monday next and a contest of It by Ihe children of Gen Clay is expected Mrs Brock was accompanied to this city by Mr Joseph Norwood a young attorney of Lexington who will be as sociated with Col Scott in both mat ters KILLED FORMER EMPLOYER Charles Hulett Shot By James Cooper at Lexington Lexington Ky July 31 Because Charles Ilulett a contractor aged 50 years did not pay him what he thought three days services were worth James Cooper a laborer aged 30 secured a pistol and shot Hulett to death The victim was sitting In a chair supervising work op a building Thursday afternoon when his former employe approached and shot him four times Cooper attempted to escape and when run down showed fight and had to be clubbed into submission A Familys III Luck Newport Ky Aug 1 Clarencfl Snrthen the Newport boy who was run over by a C O train at Portsmouth 0 and suffered the loss ofa leg will be brought to his home In Newport as soon as he can be moved Two years ago his father dropped dead on the street Shortly after ward his sister was burned to death and his mother was seriously burned while trying to extinguish the flames About two months ago a brother had his hand mangled in some machinery at which he was working To Purify the City Paducah Ky July 31The Good Government league Thursday started a crusade to purify the city Several warrants were Issued Wednesday for alleged bawdy toousuneepeT and Thursday warrants were issued against Sam Holland J J Croal and J W Horrell charging them with set ting up games of chance They were sworn to by Secretary S BHanna of the Y M C A Clash Between the Heirs Louisville Ky July lTheFldelI- ty Trust Co appointed by Judge Gregory administrator ct the estate of William H Bryarly has filed suit to control the estate of the late Louis ville tobacco man The estate Is said to be worth about HOOOO There was a clash between decedents Ken tucky and Tennessee heirs Mysteriously Disappeared Newport Ky July 31tacob Grocschen of Lowell street has been missing from his home since last Monday Thursday meriting the police were visited by hh daughter am requested to assist in locating him His domestic relations are said tc have been pleasant A School Tax Decision Paducah KAug f Justice Ghol son of the county court In a test suit has decided that the treasurers ri school districts may sell personal property for county Echool taxes Bud Humphrey sued the treasurer In one district for levying on his horse and buggy Fishing Camp Murder Rockport Ky Aug tJohn Gallo and Robert Carrol were guarding n fishing camp when robbers made n raid Galloway was shot and cut to death and Carrol knocked down with the butt of a revolver The men escaped with 200- Lexington Druggist Assigns Lexington Ky Aug IFrank H Norton druggist filed a deed of as signment here Friday night to the Se curity Trust and Safety Vault Co The liabilities are 3447544 while the as sets are sufficient to pay out Judge Faulkners MaJority Bnrboursvllle Ky July 31An of ficial count of the votes cast In the recent race for the judicial nomination In this the Twentyseventh district gives Judgj Faulkner a majority of 3744 over his opponent John L Isaacs Wilson Nominated For Mayor Bowling Green Ky July 31Geo- T Wilson was nominated by the democrats for mayor of this city over E H Porter by a majority of 101 vote It was one of the hottest party fights ever made in Bowling Green Death of Rev Wm Greene Owenshoro Ky July 30A telegram was received in this city an nouncing the death of Rev William Greeno at his home at Poynette Wis Mr Greene was a brother of Mrs Jas Weir of this city He was born 77 years ago at Danville- ExCorifederate Reunion Bedford Ky July 30A committee of confederate soldiers met at this place and selected the first Wednesday In October as the dayfar the annual reunion of the Fourth Kentucky to lj jeli at this place IIIIII L i r Jf T J VALUABLE LAND Homesteader Ran ID Half ItlnCUlm on n Innocent for Good Jlrasure Through the hot duity roads of Kansas a wouldbe homesteader as pursuing his way to the Cherokee strip in search ot one of Uncle Barns free hornet lie had his fam ily ted goods in a shaky wagon which was drawn by two feeble horses near dissolution says the Kansas Journal Whar you bound asked a farmer at whose home he stopped for water Fer a an liJatyacru o govern meat land in thO strip responded eler bombastically A few months later the same man stopped again at the Kan5s farmers for water time traveling Watcher northIacre aeked suspicionSee mules bar queried the home steader pointing to a tine pair of animals which were to the prairieschoon er I traded 80 acres otnjr claim fer em Watcher do with th other fOY Dont give it away till get farther off Th feller was an lftloeeiH an I run thoth er 80 acres in on im without his knowin it Vbat WtItT Frairpoint Miss Aug3rd One of the strangest cases ever reported occurred nere recently The son of Mr U L Butler was very The doctor said he had some dis ease of the spinal cord and treated him for twomonth grew worse all the time and finally the doctor told Mr Butler that he did not know what wu the trouble The boy would wake in the night and ay that he wu dying lIe would be nerv ous and trembling and want to run out of the house saying he saw ugly things which frightened him Ills father was very much discouraged till one day he saw a new Kidney Tills advertised and he at once bought some and began to give them to his boy He used altogether eight boxes before he was entirely cured has not been sayslDodds Kid ney PiU have done for my boy All this remedy need is a fair chance and it will speak for itself Molly Fltelier Molly Pitcher was bravely serving the gun titer her husband had fallen This will make your name famous cried the enthusiastic soldiers Yes returned the heroic girl in dma it may as well known as a baseball pitcher Blushing at the her she rammed home anotbercblrgeS Y Sun Dont Get Footaore Get FootEase A wonderful powder thatcures tired hot aching feet and makes new or tight shoes sasy Ask today for Allens tootKate Accept no substitute Trial package FREE Address A S Olmsted Le Roy N Y EstehleAb ills proposal wa just like a dream Agnes Well you ought to know dear youve been dreaming of that proposal for yearslTown and Cocntrv MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Aug 1 CATTLE Common 2 75 i 90 Heavy steers 4 75 5 10 CALVES Extra 6 25 6 60 HOGS Shippers 5 75 5 90 Mixed packers 5 45 5 60 SHEEP Extra 3 50 3 60 LAMBS Extra 5 75 6 00 FLOUR Spring pat 4 35 0 4 70 WHEAT No 2 red 78 No 3 winter 76 CORN No 2 mixed 52 OATS No 2 mixed 34 RYE No 2 56 57 HAY Ch timothy 17 50 PORK Clear family 15 95 LARD Steam 7 50 7 624 BUTTER Ch dairy 12 Choice creamery 0 2Qyt APPLES Fancy 175 50 POTATOES Per bbl 2 00 TOBACCO New 3 50 9 00 Qld 550 13 00 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 3 75 3 90 WHEAT No 2 red77i4 791 No 3 spring 7p j eft CORN No 2 mixed 52 OATS No 2 mixed 34 34 RYE No 2 51 PORK Mess 13 55 13 C- OLAllD Steam 7 65 7 67 2 New York FLOUR Win strts 3 50 3 85 WHEAT No 2 red 83 CORN No 2 mixed 5Sy OATS No 2 mixed 40 RYE Western 58 PORK Family 1750 1775 LARD Steam 7 40 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 79 0 79 CORN No 2 mixed 55 56 DATS No 2 mixed 41 3ATTLE Steers 5 00 5 25 HOGS Western p U90 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 77 UORNNel mixed 3 55 OATS No 2 mixed 39 PORK Mess 15 00 LARD Steam 8 00 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 76i CORN No 2 mixed 5iy4 OATS No 2 mixed 0 31 KIDNEY Achtag backs are eased Hip hick and join pains OTercome Swelling of the limbs and dropsy signs correct urine with brick dust sediment high colored paint In passing dribbling frequency bed wetttoR Doan Kidney Fills remoro calculi and graveL Reliere heart palpitation sleeplessness headache nervousness dizziness Mrs James Beck of SU West Whltesboro StreetRome NYsays I wis troubled with my kidneys for eight or nine years had Another club woman Mrs1 Haule of Edgerton Wis te11sAtThow she was cured of irregular Sties and uterine trouble terrible pains and backache by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compoundj Awhile ago my health began to fall because of female troubles The doctor did not help me I remembered tVt mother had used Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound on many occasions for irregularities and uterine troubles and I felt sure that it could not harm me at any rate togiveitatrial I was certainly glad to find that within a week I felt much better tho terrible pains in my back and side i were beginning to cease and at tho time of menstruation I did not have l nearly as serious a time as hereto fore so I continued Us nsc for two J months and at the end of thit time I ma lilo a new woman I really haro never felt better in my life have not + had a sick headache since andweigh 20 pounds more than I ever did so I V unhesitatingly recommend Vegetable Compound Mns MAT HAULE Ed gerton Wis President Household Economics Club sooofopjefrIfofInsiof abas letter prcuIn cannot torcdvced Women should remember there Is ono tried and true remedy for V all female Ills Lydia l Pink t4thams Vegetable Compound Ke fuse to buy any other medicine you need tho best SUCH A MISUNDERSTANDING I Tbe Man Who Itnlilirrril SYas Hot Familiar with Talk of the Ituilivay 5 Whca Iaw that she was almost beyond my control tM the railway engineer 1 threw her over 5 Brute ejaculated gentlemin wcaricgieye glasses and grawy whisker who was un intentionally training his ears to overheat the JudgeIt the engineer o I shut but tjhi she was jumping pretty hard and sliding around iuid the gra ywhiikered t man Slidingnrounsolgivebersir you some fnctisct of kindness growled the incensed listener But it wasnt any use and so I jumped and got away just when she began to smash Ls jAndthe ruse with the eye glasses and the grassy beard Its a pity she didnt smash you so you couldnt come here and boast of your f cruelty am not surprised at the number of divorces nowadays It fled Tape by the Yard 1cS One of the soldiers who had been reported killed in a certain battle in South Africa and against whose name in the regimental books a note to that effect had ben made afterward turned up and reported himself Then the teigeant made another note in the book Died by mistake The man was in the hospital sod a few weeks after succumbed to the injuries he had received This fact was communicated to the sergeant i through the colonel of the regiment and then a third note was made Hedied by order of the colonel London V C To Core a Cold In One Dor Tate Laxative Bromo Tablets druzgistsrefundioman pthaiv A four foot woman can look at sixfoot and make him shrink until you could hardly tea him with a microscore Philadelphia Press Pises Cure cannot be too hTzhly spoken of gflas a coughcureJ W OBrien 322 Third Are N Mmntapirs Minn Jan 6 1000 The trouble iia 5fle ii iie i that they alow th nvrc o be discouraged by Ckur and the trouble Gather is that they dnotPuck The Chicago 1 JfortnWestern is the only double track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River tt4p 4tCBulletin S jThe Overland Limited solid train Chl1 cago to the Coast daily Chicago Union Pacific NorthWestern Line One doty to the present is payinj debts to past lUras All the world hate a example New Orleans TimesDemocrat a Kidacudder i coeqt 12 usa sthbbora ca- ses4rIDoa T seicusscawcs 5 Tee 1bMI NAMEr0 STArEnFor tow trisi box Ii tbIi conpon Fo5iiburn a Co DUe1O if bove pse Ii lnaucient Tfle ddn oS rtiip g b COMFORT much pain In ray beck ntime went on I could hardly endure It I could not staorl except for a few moments at a time I weak and exhausted I could not even do housework I could ta nntetooporbeaxtmybeadached from my head down to heels centering la kid nest It was a heavy steady ickening ache I could es nights and got un weak and tired I thonghtlVas about don when saw Doans Kid ey Fills adrertLoedJ Within week after commencing their use I began to Improve and from that time on rapMly raw better I used fin ozcslaaUndwscutsd T LJtT To California LDailypointsVariabletrack railway between Chicago and the Missouri River Special hAIR Train L will leave m Pullman IV ropmandtOBtistsIeeplBKCarsthrouebtoSanFranciscowithont scenery Rockies Stopovers en route 4Three fast doug trains from Chicago AU agents sell tickets via this route Write for map booklets sad special train itineraries W B KNI8KERN PT M a tffs I1viiNCLTSj RIFLE A PISTOL CARTRIDGES Its the shots that hit that count Winchester Rifle and Pistol Cartridges in all calibers hit that is they shoot accurately and strike a good hard pene trating blow This is the kind of cartridges you will get ifyou insist on having the timetried Winchester make P- ALl DEALERS SELL WINCHESTER MAKE OF CAfeTIUDGES L T t L L o of k M7 if I l 1- a Lt1 fr The SinKing Sinner and Y the Saving LordPo Thrilling Incident From the Life ofthe Apostle Peter Sermon by the Highway ana flyway Preacher Copyright bjr J Edion trI Chicago Sumlny August I 1501 ljA TextDul wh n he Peter saw the t wind boisterous he was afraid and begin wins to sink he cried saying Lordsave me And Immediately Jesui stretched forth i His hand and caught him and said unto him 0 thou of little faith wherefore didst thou doubtr Matt ll Sl 1frEVERwas more ag cry than which split of the night air on Gall lees lake A man was sinking sink ing sinking The boisterous waves leaped up as it eager to claim an other victim They wrapped their cold s waters about the sinking feet of Peter and reached higher and higher in endeavor to still his voice Lml Oh the agony of soul as one that but an Instant of time it from eternity The aw ful blackness of death is just ahead il and as one feels the feet sinking into the abyss the cry is wrung from the lips Help Help Hardly a day but the news columns of therpass papers tell of some such sad scene as this Hardly a summer resort on sea or inland lako or river during the r summer but hears the dread cry and is stricken with the palsy of fear and 3 horror before the Impending tragedy Only a few days ago at a Wisconsin 1i ke resort a young woman perished 1 1 yn the sight of her friends powerless 3 to help Way out In the grasp of the waves for she was a good swimmer ttherstrength gave out and with no hand 4 to save sho sank out of sight tIt 1j bile the cry for help went up In 0 y despairing wall Oh What Intense ago t ony In that cry All the strength of that perishing soul was thrown Into 4c thor last appeal for aid The friends I who stood upon the bank and wit 3 nessed the awful sight will never for 4 4 1 got It that awful cry will haunt them their waking and sleeping No one can stand unmoved be Vduring a scene whether the sinks is friend or loved one or only z a stranger It stirs the soul in a way 1m never to be forgotten It unnerves and shocks Why Because the soul cannot stand in the presence of f death unmoved Eternity seems so 1 far away during the even pleasant course of life but suddenly when It open up and swallows another soul while the despairing cry breaks forth t 1man pauses In the mad rush of life for a noment thinks i b if the drowning person can stir tJ i BUT deep emotions what should be the effect as we realize that there k f arc sinking snners all about whose peril In more dcspersts than that of N mere drown ns Sinking sinking sinking from light to darkness t from the day of grace to the day of judgment from the realm where t ytnercy can be obtained to the place where sin must be punished from the blessed cross where Jesus is waiting IasSaviour to the bar of God where He stands as Judge from the now J e3ay of salvation to the too tk ej too late of eternity from tci the present appeal of the Come unto Y Netotbe final Depart from Me from thetime when the angels may rejoice over one sinner that repcnteth to the period of outer darkness where OJthere shall be weeping nndgnashingof Steeth Oh if tbomssd sou could only rcalfzcwliat it all weans oa tt4 spiritual vision Is holden the heart in steeled against the convicting power of Gods spirit The soul is sinking beneath the waves of sin yet it is un re conscious or indlfferenUto o Its perilous condition How we wish we could 2 pInt as vividly as it is true tire fact that every one who has not cried unto k Christ for salvation Is sinking sink e lug nearer and nearer to eternal I death beneath the surging tide of sin Oh that we mIght awaken the PE lsl- lJng soul to 9 realization of its atnl ILposition and dire need and point It to the Hand which is extended in tie 4 darkness to lift and to save Oh tht 2 r the Lord will use these words liquicken some Christian heart to deeper sense of its responsibility to 3V wards the perishing ones all about z and make him jnore faithful and earn- S est In pointing them to the only one i 4 If can leave Christ Jesus f THAT a picture we iave here in tv this Incident surrounding our text The frail bark osscd and pound ed by the boisterous waves while the 2t t Aespalrlng men in tie boat tug al raost Jirlplessly at the oars and seem 4i to cttjirv no headway The night isp derlc and the scurrying clouds over beadIye the sky an angry Jook and a the stats blink with cold and distant 1t h unconcern as they look through tbl rifts ujvjn the scene below It Is n night to make mens hearts quail With uiMous forebodings and rising fears thfJr struggle on Conscience tjver at Work In the moments when 1t the soul brought face to Thee with itself and its condition begins to f throw upon Memorys canvAs the mistakes and failures and sinn of the Iv t past life There is a nervous tension which makes them start at every swisb of the waves and every mqan oftno wind as though they were ac f cuslns voices No wonder that as l 7 the dark object in the distance sMm ming over the surface of the rclllng waters draws nearer and nearer it is a i taken for a spirit They know not that it is the Lord the terrors of thet vndand waves are Increased by this a 1 supernatural manifestation The fear that had been silently tugging at their hearts breaks the fetters of the tight 1T shut lips and the cry of terror mingles with the rushing wind It is Lthejry of despair of desperate need But while the bark trembles In the 1 teeth cfthei storm and tie men with in quail and quake the voice of Jesus 7 Is heard above the rush of the wind npthe swish of the waves Be of cheer It Isl be not afraid 7 is the first to recover conpETERi t himself andhe cries Lord jut be Thou bid me coBeuhto Thee oR f the waterOhU at the soul J l7v Bight always in the time of distress ind danger be as eager to reach the v tide of its Lord And Jesus never says nay but His reply is always Come Peters ager obedience takes him over the side of the boat anti d ke starts bravely for his Lord but Vwhwi be MW the wfnd boisterous Ilie was afraid arid he beganto tAeK What a moment of iBtense suspense ttat awt hay feeeai The terror 7 J it JT iJi 0 tr j4 C 4 i l i J rJI r 2 1 v1 1 I 1iJO f l lIlrd itr o stricken men in the boat as they be held their comrade sinking into the black waters Tho cry of despair and appeal for help I vender if any of them ever forgot that experience And while Peter sinks and cries for help while the others look on In mute terror or shriek in helpless fright Jesus stands calmly and com passionately looking on And with the first cry and first despairing look Jesus stretched forth His hand and eafeIwere by the waves They were still in peril But when they Jesus nail Peter were come Into the ship the wlud ceased With Jesus In the boat they were safe What a picture this is for needy slnslck souls to look upon PHEIIB are striking lessons here for both the unsaved sinner and tho believing disciple Primarily this Incident concerns the latter The dls cipler have been associated with their Lord in the blessed work of feeding that great multitude of people The five loaves and two fishes under the miraculous touch of Christ have proved adequate for the needs of tho five thousand men besides women and children and twelve baskets of frag ments have been gathered alter all havo eaten to the fullt As the evening draws on Jesus urges His disciples to leave Him while lIe dismisses the multitude and goes up into tho mountain to pray Not long after the boat of the disciples has pushed out Into the lake and been lost to view from the shore the tempestuous swoops down upon them and they wlqdI great difficulty keep the prow of little craft pointed Into the the storm This trying and perilous experience following so closely upon the glorious victories and service of the previous afternoon is Illustrative of the way the Lord always deals with His disciples Fresh test- Ing follows victory and success Lest the disciple rest in the glory and sat isfaction of the work accomplished in stead of in the Lord who has wrought the work lest he magnify his part in the work Instead of giving God all glory and rejoicing in His power theI Lord wisely sends the disciple upon the rea of difficulty where he may discover his utter weakness his dire peril his absolute dependence upon the Lord to save and help and then comes a new revelation of the blessed Lord In the moment of greatest darkness and doubt and peril He comes walking above the trial whlth has engulfed the struggling soul He comes with His be of cheer it is I be not arrildIAND the what picture infinite which Scripture gives us of the praying Lrd on the mountain top faithfully and tenderly watching the disciples struggling amidst the raging winds and waves Ho Who could still the tempest with a spoken word Why did He not bid thetoss1Inga storm Ah now often the Christian asks these questions Ah how he frets under the discipline of his Lord 1amongI hear them cootasithigTneebltLservtrt it the previous afternoon with reelr present trying condition and be gInnIng to doubt and question the j reality of the former and to lose faith and hope in the present time of darkness and peril If they did they were no different from many Christians to day We are today up on the mountain side In Malted and glorious serv ice with our Lord and tomorrow brings its storm and difficulty when the Lord seem far away and we lose faith and hope Why has the Lord sent us away into such stress of trouble Surely Ho has forgotten us Surely He Is Indifferent to our condi tion And alt the time the Lord is watching us from afar and waiting lovingly and longingly until we are In a condition where He may come to us rldlng above the rest of the wave and bringing us cheering message and safety at His side And then we think- e will never dcuM or be discouraged again but obI te learn so slowly Our hearts are so hard they take but slowly the imprint of the Divine disci pline They are not plastic in His hands there is not that patient waiting and abiding faith blch keeps the life Uujd upon the ChlsU though the stornl does blow and the Lord seems far aro He Is watcMngl He will come He is preparing you for fur nextimornlilgJesus In tho land of Gennjaret where the man possessed with the legion or- t devils haion a previous Occasion t been healed an1 the inhabitants had i driven Christ away But now in the beenIHis disciples and they dQa blessed savingtsame w cross over the stormy seas that we may meet Jesus In fuller and richer experience upon the nay and land upon the shore where the need is great and where we can do the best service t AND Peter How much quick Im failing Peter can teach us or aU the disciples In the boat he Is the I first to recognize his Lord and to greet Him His faith with a bound carries him to bold entreaty Lord I believe It is Thou Bid me come to Thee Faith can carry the disciple to Jesus even when He is treading the uncertain waters No limits to falthT How bold seems the request of Peter How rash seems his quick response And yet what a revelation of the power of faith and Gods recognition of that faith as peters feet rest on the rolling waves and he draws near to his Lord Hero we bav6the sublime heights to which human faith may rise But how soon the faithInspired Peter walklngpn the water to meet his lordI wbolseeingrolling waves ta1es his eyes off Jesus But somehow I am glad we have this picture of sinking Peter It is so hu mm It brings encouragement to the fallingjieart For it shows us the arm of Jesus outstretched to save Never does tbe cry go up from the buoyta rA r Jtf i 2 v t t4 t eUB Tfei h jcI 0 1 P s j 0 heart Lord save me but that Jesus is there to hear and ready to Masp in His strong arms the sinking orm II was lat of faith which was dragging Peter beneath the dark wa ters upon which he had but Just been walking It is always lack of faith which carries the Christian beneath tho waves of surrounding circum stances But he need not sink hopelessly and helplessly Let tho cry go up even while ho Is blaming himself for his lack of faith and knows he de servos no help and Jesus saving hand Is felt drawing to Ills blessed side where arc shelter and safsty we believe there Is in this inci BUT n blessed message for the un saved soul If Jesus hand Is out stretched to save the sinking Christian how much more think you Is Ho cages to snatch from the bottomless pit and eternal death those who are sinking therein for that is His mission to the vorld He came to scpk and to save that which was lost And If Peter the disciple was in danger of sinking what think you Is the peril of tho one who ia a stranger to Christ who has not yet believed upon Him to salvation There arc three elements In the pic ture which our text brings before usr The sinking man the helpless companions the saving Lord Here In minia ture Is a picture of the perishing world People everywhere sinking beneath the waves of sin into eternal death human hands unable to save but Jesus stand- Ing ready to respond to the cry for help and salvation The sinking sinner Every sinner is a sinking sinner whether he is conscious of it or not and unless the cry for mercy and salvation goes up before deaths waters close over his head forever he is lost What sad words are those He Is lost Wo know the anguish which tears the heart as we bow before the dead loved one What a scene was that over the lifeless form of that girl who perished In Wisconsin the other day She had gone down underneath the dark waters anul no human volco could call her back to life again no human hand could raise her up She was dead Oh the agony of those moments which wit nessed her last struggles How desperate was her condition Butoh the condition of the sinking sinner is In finitely worse The death of the soul is as much more terrible than the death of the body as eternity is greater than time If the drowning girl needed help the sinking sinner needs help Jesus is the only One Who can AND The last thing the soul is will Ing to give up is confidence in Itself The world today is blindly groping about for help from Its growing ills The waves of sin are rolling higher and higher and human hands are being ex tended to lift up to save But the hope of the world is not in Itself It Is In Christ But as in the day of Noah so it is today The world is blind to its peril No human power could save from the everrising waters and no hu man power today can save the world perishing in its sins Noah as he looked from the windows of the ark and saw the destruction of all about him could but lift his heart to God and thank Him for his owndeliverance Fqttwas God Who had warned him It was God Who had showed him how to build the ark And as he saw the unrepentant and unbelieving people of the world sinking to death in the waters of the ris ing flood he must have said over and over again They might have been saved They might have been saved And so they might if they had not rejected Gods message to them If they hadnot trusted in their own strength in their own resources And as In the days of Noah there was salvation only in the ark which God caused to be built so today there is salvation in no other name under Heaven except In the name of Jesus Jesus Istheonly arV ofsafetT In which tb IIlndnJ Inba tltsnts the url BJ IK refuge front the death waters of sin The fru of NoaSs time was a type of the Christ whd was to come And in thc fullness of time God sent His Son Into the world that Ho might save the world Jesus stands Look sinnerTHERE There He stands while the surging waters of sin like a flood are swallowing up hundreds and thousands and bearing them to eternal death He stands and waits O sinking ones His ear is open to hear the cry for help He does not want anyone to perish He purchased by His lifes blood ho right to become the Saviour of the lost hu man race And never a soul goes down to death if the cry only goes out to Him Lord save me The dying thief felt the hideous waters of sin rising about him but just before his voice was stilled fprever with his expiring breath he cried unto Jesus and immediately Jesus stretched forth His hand and caught him id bore Kim to Paradise with Him Jesus with outstretched hand stands patiently waiting How long He will wait Scripture does not tell us But some day the cry of the foolish virgins will break In anguish over the worldToo late Too late God says Ho will not al ways chidenel th er will He withhold His wrath forever Oh sinking sinner how long will you test the patience and mercy of God 1 How long will you turn from the outstretched hand of Jesus to the voice of the siren of the worlds pleasures and ambitions No hapless sailor ever returned alive who listened to the sirens who sang off the shores of Italy and no soul today who turns from Jesus and listens to the hum and music of the world can es IJdeathside is where Jesus stands ready to save for the gift of God is Eternal Life The Force of VegetatIon- curiousA instance of the wonderful force exerted by growing vegetation is reported A few weeks ago some halfhardy annuals were sown In a frame in a garden at Beckenham Some days afterwards signs of cracking were observed n the brickwork and gradually a block weighing In the ag gregate 150 pounds was pushed out of position After cutting out several bricks a mass of mushroom was found three pounds three ounces in weight growing in the center of the wall SloRt Curitxaa of Trees The hmost singular forest growth in the world is encountered in the Falkland islands a dismal region constantly swept by a strong polar wind Whatap pear to be weatherworn and mosscov ered bbwlders are scattered about and when one of these curious objects is seized in an attempt to overturn it strong roots are found to hold it down these bowlders being in fact native trees which the wind has forced to as toIpossible to cut up Into fuel Gr5aa That b Like Steel A steellike grass from the volcanic slopes of Oran Algeria Is so elastic that It can be used instead of springs In the manu Kcfure of furniture rl t i1 Jj tt iL irIIM jr rirPOPE- LEOSSUCCESSOR No One Has Been Chosen and tho Cardinals Are Deadlocked A Large Quantity of Provisions Was Sent Into the Conclave Through the Wicket Gate Sunday Indl eating a Long Contest Rome Aug 3No successor to Leo Ovlll has yet been chosen From tho smoke which Issued from the little chimney on the Sistine chapel Sunday night a vast multitude gathered around St Peters learned that the second day of the conclave bad finish ed fruitless The conclusion Is drawn that the strength of the leading candl date remains unbiokcn and that no compromise candidate has appeared And there U no Indication of how long this condition of affairs will continue The prolongation of the contest has aroused tremendous public Interest If Indeed it can not be called excite ment Every trace of that apathy which followed tbe death of the late pope has vanished and Instead thero now exists a burning Interest In every thing pertaining to the election of his successorThis Sunday night In tho appearance of a great crowd which packed the great square of St Peters and presented a spectacle seldom seen fivenat the site of so many historic ceremonies The Impenetrable seclu non which shrouds those engaged in determining who shall be at the head of the Catholic church heightens tho feverish curiosity of those who await their decision Princes princesses archbishops bishops monsignors priests well to do business people in short people from every walk in life from that of nobleman to street beg gar talked of nothing but La Fumata the signal smoke Both Sunday morning and Sunday evening this was the lodestone which drew tens of thousands to the square of St Peters There for hours with strained ears and craned necks they waited In the hope of seeing a tiny little stream of smoke so Insignificant that It was almost Im possible to realize that a great Issuo was involved In Its letting appearance The scene at SL Peters Sunday night was by far the most impressive that has occurred in Rome since the late pope became After the fruit less morning ballot a belief spread that a new pontiff would surely be elected Sunday evening All roads during the afternoon therefore led to the Vatican A great quantity of provisions was sent into the conclave Sunday through the wicket gate including 300 chick ens 500 newly laid eggs many litres of milk crates of fruit etc All the provisions were thoroughly examined before being allowed to pass through the wicket Forty of the chickens were cut open to see that they did not contain contraband matter GOV TAYLOR Attorney Campbell Will Reque Gov Durbin to Give Him Up New York Aug1Col T C Camp bell who has charge of the prosecu tion of Goebels alleged assassination and who for three years lived in the Kentucky mountains preparing the evidence against the conspirators left New York Friday for Frankfort Ky to obtain from Gov Beckhain a request to Gov Durbin torlellv r Taylor to Kentucky In case this ikefus d a mandamus will be song the supreme court o ted tesr grant d and ujipTr i fontcm proceedings will be begun Mr Campbell will also di rect the prosecution of Caleb Powers formerly secretary of state whose trial will be commenced Monday morning THE MILITIAMEN Entitled to Same Pay as the Regular3 While In Encampment Washington Aug IThe secretary of war Friday leclded that officers and soldiers of the militia while serving at encampments are entitled to the tame pay as officers and men of the regular army and that they are are entitled to transportation to and from such encampments as if they were re ular troops Months Immigration New York Aug 3Slx thousand more aliens entered the United States through this port last month than dur ing the same month In last year The total number for July thJs year was 42000 compared with 36000 for the July 1S02 and 28000 in the samo month in IDOl Business Failures During the Week New York Aug 1 Business fail ures for the United States this week number 190 against 183 last week and 168 this week of 1902 For Canada they number 17 as against 2Qlast week and Iii a year ago Sir Thomas at Niagara Tails Niagara Falls Aug 3Slr Thomas Lipton boarded his special train Sun day night to return to New York after a day of strenuous sight seeing In cluding a jolly reception by the members of the Royal Canadian Yacht club at NiagaraontheLakeDrowned Catfish La Crosse Wis Aug 3 William Renz went fishing Friday in the Mis sissippi river and caught a large cat fish The fish gave him a battle and Renz unwilling to let go was drawn into the river and drowned Hop Growers Force Prices Tacoma Wash Aug 1 Prominent hop growers of the Pacific northwest are endeavoring to secure unity of action among the producers with the object of controlling this seasons production and forcing up prices ot the product Sworn In as Midshipmen Annapolis Mdt Aug IV V Wood ward of West Virginia and E T Osborn of Ohio have passed their mental and physical examinations and were Friday sworn as midshipmen at the naval academy No Alliance Between Spain and France Madrid July 31 Premier Vlllaverde sits published an official note dpclar Ing that there Is no alliance between Spain and France but that a good un derstanding exists whrh may possibly serve as a has tv something more In the future Ti8 Dirigible Balloon Paris July 31Santos pumont after the successful demonstration with his dirigible taIoen at the review on July 14 offered in place his balloon at the disposal of France in casj pi war Th0 over wb P qlfJ t 4S j i 4 lrfo i ltINTERURBAN CAR3 COLLIDE Over Thirty Persons Were Injured Two of Whom May Die Indianapolis Ind Aug 3Behlnd time and running at a high rate ot speed car No 106 southbound on the Indianapolis and Martlnsvllle in terurban road crashed Into a north bound car three miles south ot Moorcs vllle Sunday morning Injuring over 30 people two of whom wilt probably dieThe southbound car was heavily loaded with passengers bound for Bethany Park The northbound car had only a few passengers and with the exception of the motorman Frank Easterday nonQ was Injured Both cars were specials and met on a curve The accident happened In a grove remote from town or farm houses and It was Impossible to secure aid until another car arrived from Martlnsvllle when the Injured were removed to Bethany Park and medical aid sum moned Bethany Park is the summer assem bly of the Christian church and the passengers were going to the park to attend services The women at the park joined in preparing bandages and In aiding the physicians All the injured were removed to their homes The cause of the accident it Is said was due to the telephone system not being In good working order and the crew not being able to get orders DEATH ON THE RAIL Three Trainmen Were Killed on the Queen Crescent Railway Chattanooga Tenn Aug3A head on collision between two freight trains each drawn by two engines resulting In the death of three trainmen occur red Saturday night on the Queen Crescent railroad about 1G8 miles from Chattanooga The dead are Fireman D A Phil lips Fireman J Walters Fireman J Price all of Somerset Ky The injured Engineers T S Duke and N S Fitzgerald both of Somerset The trains met at a dip in the road while going at a high rate of speed and tbe crash was heard for miles The collision Is attributed to the fail ure of the dispatcher to deliver orders to the southBound train for the meet Ing point The engines and a number of cars were badly damaged MRS PARKERS BIG LOSS Home Entered By Thieves and 30000 Worth of Jewelry Taken Honolulu Aug 3fly Pacific C- ableMrs Samuel Parker has been robbed of 80000 worth of Jewelry con slating chiefly of diamonds rubles and solitaire studs She wore the Jewels on Saturday night at a reception held to signalize the opening of a new ho tel Several hours later the thief or thieves entered her home and stole many of the gems she had displayed Mrs Parker who is the wife of Col Samuel Parker one of tie wealthiest men in Hawaii was the widow of J K Campbell who left her onethird of his 4000000 estate She was marred to Col Parker about a year and a half ago and on the same day her eldest daughter was wedded to Prince David i PLOT TO KIDNAP THE SULTAN Three Hundred of the Conspirators Were Hacked to Pieces Constantinople Aug 3A strange chariot laden with 40 dead bodies mysteriously left the sultans palace At dawn a few lays ago Some yciin- jNgUei and udents of the mHitar schi i ihY tlir Bnlijradr sassinatlujignad plotted to kfdnav the sultan and force him to abillcat In favor of his younger brother Djou ball Boy The plot failed because of the vigi lance of Pasha AllMohamet who watches over the sultans sleep The Albanian guard surrounded the con splrators and cut them to pieces The number of bodies carried away clan destinely Is said to have been more than 300 BOAT STRUCK BY LIGHTNING Three Men Were Killed and Two Per sons Badly Burned Mobile Ala Aug 3Tho pleasure yacht Florodora was struck by light ning Sunday afternoon off the wharf at Point Clear on Mobile bay killing three men The dead are Ledyard Scott formerly professor In the Im penal university at Kogaslma Japan Bruce Granville Lincoln a wealthy young Englishman visiting Mobile In connection with some investments and William Brewton pilot of the yacht Mr Scotts daughter and Chas Baldwin engineer were burned badly by the bolt but were not fatally In jured Free Thinkers Demonstration Paris Aug 3At a demonstration Sunday or 10000 free thinkers before the statue of Etienne Dolet who was hanged and burned for heresy In 154C resolutions were passed in favor o the separation of church and state Petroleum Production In 1902 Washington Aug 3The United States geological survey gives out the following Information as a prellmtnar statement of the production cf petro leum in 1902 Total production fat tho year S0891 50 barrels valued at SG9 10348 or SO cents per barrel Died From His Wound Tangier Morocco Aug 3It Is re ported that the pretender to the throne of the Sultan Bu H mara tas died of wounds received Bu Hamara has been reported dead or killed a number of times Another Flood In North Topeka Topeka Kan Aug 3Hlgh watel caused much work and excitement In North Topeka Sunday Rain began falling here shortly after midnight and by daylight the storm had reached the proportions of a cloudburst Many houses were flooded Destructive Cloudburst Kansas City Mo Aug 3A special from Salina Ran says A cloudburst which occurred Sunday flooded the lowlands and valleys from a point near LIndsbor northwest of Elhworth do Ing much damage Bloodless Duels Paris Aug 3A revolution Is tak- Ing place in dueling Paris A number of eminent experts have proposed s special kind of revolver which in stead of being loaded with metallic projectiles Is charged with paraffin balls just solid enough not to pent t ate the skIn- Emperor Received Petition Vienna Aug 3The emperor of Russia deceived with benevolence trim the Croatlns In the United States a pe titio i describing the condition of Cro aIn In the darkest terms l J 0 r THE MARCUM MURDERs His FatherinLaw and Two Sis ters Gave Their Testimony Members of the Family Knew of a Conspiracy to Murder the Attorney For Over a Year Before His Assassination Cynthlana Ky July 31ln the trial of the cases of the Kentucky feudlsts court opened at 830 Thurs day morning S S Taulbee county clerk Of Breathitt county was placed on the stand and testified that he was standing on the corner by Hargls store looking toward tho courthouse and saw J B Marcum and B Ewen standing In the door of the courthouse Tho next witness called was Heze klah Combs who Isa new witness In troduced by the prosecution He made a strong witness for the prosecution testifying that he saw John Noble Curt Jett and Tom White together a short time before the shooting He engaged in a short conversation with Noble saw White beckon Jett and they went toward the side door of the courthouse He went on down the street and in a few minutes heard a shot and some one cry Oh Lordy He looked back and saw Ewen run looking back as he ran On being crossexamined he was not confused in his testimony Cynthlana Ky Aug tWhen court convened Friday afternoon Judge Os borne sent the jury to its room and stated that he had heard that weapons had been drawn on witnesses on the street and h wanted any one having information regarding such incidents report the same to him Alexander H Smith another Dew witness testified to seeing Jett White Ewen Marcum and others at the time of the shooting corrobatlng the testimony of Ewen and others Marcums fatherinlaw and his two sisters testified during the afternoon Mr Hurst the fatherinlaw testified that Jett came to him the afternoon of the murder and wanted to talk with him White was with Jett at all times on the three occaslons that they met after the death of Marcum Hurst testified that members of the family knew of a conspiracy to murder Mar cum for over a year before his death Mrs Hord a sister of J B Marcum testified that when her brother caine into her house on the Sunday after noon previous to his murder that both Jett and White followed him Into the house and walked about in the different rooms of her home She finally Insisted that they leave and they did so Mrs Mart Johnson another sister of Marcum testified that armed men were frequently seen about the house where her brother lived She had lived at her brothers Home for a year previous to his murder and the tam fly was frequently warned that MarS cum was to be murdered She testi fied that she saw Thomas White and three other men in a stone quarry about 200 yards from her brothers house that her brother Intended tak ing a train and sent her out to ee If anyone was lying In wait for him When she returned and told her brother about White and three others being In the stone quarry he did not go to the depot She testified that she saw both Jett and White after her brother was killed and that she asked Jett directly aboutit and accused him of It and that he replied Hargls money killed him but I fired the shot Mrs Joiin on testified that she also jjikj Tom White about the shooting and tccuserf him of helping to kill her brother to which he repPcI Go and ask Ewen w killed him Hi saw who did it and will tell you he now who did It- Cynthlana Ky Aug 3 Goodloe Combs one of the witnesses In the JettWhlte murder cases died Satur lay morning of morphine poisoning which he took In an endeavor to sober up from a protracted drunk Several witnesses for the prosecu tion testified and the court adjourned until Monday when It will rest Its case THE BRIDGE COLLAPSED Many Persons Fell Into the River and Three Were Drowned Portland Ore Aug IWhile hun dreds ot people stood on the Morrison street bridge Friday to see Clarence Lutz and armless man swim across the Willlmette river a section of the bridge collapsed precipitating more than 100 people 40 feet into the river Minnie Raymond Lottie Cameron and an unidentified boy were drowned and 25 persons were slightly injured Many fell on the small house boats moored to a pier o fthe bridge im mediately under the spot where It gave way Several persons were Injured by striking on the boat houses while others were hit by falling 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to take the I Island as part payment Junm J E RonniKS of Mayfield 1 t whrt is presiding at the trial of Cn rlob Powers ntGeorgetnw4ccIInc- I lo serve on the Democratic corn I paign committee 4 t THE prosecution hat made out n f t tronjier case u nlnst Jott andy t White for the Marouui murder nt Cynthlnnn than at Jackson hut CynthianitI w l Is reportfd V r RoBEUTBAKKRConpresBiunnolect 4 4 trom the Sixth New York district tL lias returned a railroad pass sent J him by the B dr 0 Railway Corn pany with a letter also given to the J Public tntlng his reasons for do clinlng the pass namely that it 1 XVBS tendered for thiS purpose of EC I Lcurlng his good will as a legislator 5 nnd was aform of bribery Bakers f ficrupulousnesrt in the matter might t well he imitated by all public of Ic9 0 CORRESPONDbNCE r T Springfield FlemlniitI f MisseB Blanch and Pearl Mo j CUfn visited Miss Lida Smutbcrs r Saturday night Earl Smotherd and Walter Boyd I iuttended the tent meeting at Mt Sterling Sunday Mrs Mattie Thompson and Miss z 5rdie Berry were guests of Mrs JL A Smatrrhr Misses Julia Adumson and Pearl Fleming spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs Snrah Spratt I Mrs John Highland Miss Bulah Gill Mrv Boyd and Miss Nancy sJ Highland of Judy were guests of Irs Waller lloyd Friday night lira Ctfim of Louisville Mr lc and Mrs Allen Rupart Sallie Lee tz1 Lancaster of Winchester Mrs t j Sallie Taul and Lizzie Malory wert 7 viiltors at 0 B Spratta Saturday 8 arpsbuig- U t t 4 L Myer was a visitor at Mt T Sterling Saturday I 1 Dick RatliflUrra family tisJ d c t rJing Saturday 1 itI Howard Thompson attended tin i Iopat 0yt ana Thursday night I T bc4 i The beet rain we have had for OIt tci1k came Friday morn l IIIrsI Jo Will Cracraft Returned Saturday I from a several wee k lt stay ut Swan t 1 o Springs rie j I Mra Wil Miory wholmi hd t Z t typhoid fever Is BOW convalescent Jiad able to visit around some t r Allen Rupert and wife of Win jebesterand their guests MISBCP 4t j Clem and Sallie Lancaster of Lou- iitilleJ jf ifereguesta of Will atalory f 1 i i vABsT wife tofcrai days last week tj t 1T scribe attended tho- White t 6r Jett trial at Cynthiana until Sat 14i urday The Commonwealth seem I 4 i to be weaving the net around Curt iS iIs Jelt1 tighter tbaiKever luwns ComhsolAja uln rom unov f 7 to t rdet ofnorphine Saturday morn I ir fs Itf MI fif4 1 Uranke City tJ f JV M Neweah shipped a carload c f iofaheptoCinciuntsti Tuesday Ot JItT MraLK Lynnm who is very + 1 orljrWith typhoid fever is Jot 1 f t j kprovilg any t 0 hacHopkinB and a MnRusrell t f 1 I of Ililnollcaell1 lust week for a iewuaye I TUSt H9ol j r 4I Bud Colliver Rfld wife visited jltl Fitk Genrgv olUror and finally at P h Jfoplar Plains Sunday tr j MiM Liilie tiarae or Salt Lick ai1r ittJ lIcame Saturday on a visit to herI jl rj jfri d Miss Emma Colliver Lt ftjf Jokii Outright and family Lizzie t i ikadleyend Carlos ColUver visited sb JpbaiRawlingB and wife in Baih SundayrL SiiBp Walton nod John Rico at i i tended the picnic at Salt Lick Sat urday They were accompanied Jt 8 fcoffle bjr MisaeaEmmaCuilivertnds LIllie f1J Married at the residence of and by Elder B U Rose at Owings h f t viHe Miss Minnie Wills and WOOl t ty Royee Congratulations and ItMtwlsbea are extended the happy ojCoiiWEiaaa Colliver is the happy owessor of a beautiful gold riiic j resented to her as a premium for I being the prettiest girl at the show tS lt Lick ednesda night of l IastyeakShe1eaIres to exprcss- feer2 Y tbanlfB tntbe gentlemen 9 tliaq I wwo who voted occr I LI 1tIf f I F fdjiiJ t E = i r t 17J 1 Jj r 1 r r 4 bJ u poi1 M Jratgs crrloA gpoil rain fell hertT Friday which was badly IIlcdellrWm Lowrey tins been very ill wih feer hut glad to say ionhe mend now- 1iiornas McGlntbin nodwife were viiting relatives and friends at the mouth of Cuney Creek from Saturdny till Sunday Our SiindnyPchiol hna stopped on Hvvotint of but order by the boys UIIp I would not let them say that I was the cause Unpftr Prickly Ash JamuF Shrout of near ShnrllsI burjj visited his mother IrsINancy Shrout Monday MifisKate Warner of Olive huh wns till guest of Mrs U F Sbrout from Friday till Sunday Wm Phelps wife and son Earl of near R ynoldsville visited Al luanza Stone and wife Sunday Mrs Rubort Tinoher of Slate Creek visited liar parents Jnckcon Mtirkland and wife Saturday ulllI Sunday T J Carr nail son Walter of near Alt Sterling were guests of Johnson Stone and family Thurs day night Mies Annie Wells will leave Tuesday to visit relatives ir Indi lion tier uncle Samuel Cassity nnd wife of Slate Creek will accompany tier FRY little slaughter of George Kerr was kicked in the forehead last wlck hyu coltJC Dr Gudgln sewed up the gash and she ia duingj nicely Mrs MirandaWarner pnd daugh her Dollie L returned to their home in Berry Harri on Co Saturday after a eix weeks visit to relatives hero The formers mother Mrs Frances Hamilton accompanied them home Crooks 1 F Johnson is able to walkabout a little Jim Morton went to Bethelon business Wednesday Mrs G R Armstrong visited roo latives at Mt Sterling Sunday Willeon it Hendrix shipped a carlond of cattle to Cincinnati Saturday Miss Mary Hardwick of Stanton ia visiting her uncle and aunt Charley Reed and wife D S Nixon and wife visited ro Ixtivos at SuIt Lick and Midland City several days last week IG R Armstrong Cole Barnes und Arch Hovertualo went to More head Saturday to pltiy baseball Miss Carrie Cooper of Owings villa woe the guost of Miss tulle Johnson Saturday nigljt and Sun dayMrs Henry Johnson visited her daughter Mrs W W Nixon at Salt Lick fmm Friday until Sunday We bad some rain Friday not enough to start the branches to running It was a great help to tho corn crop howeve- rSlateValloy William Wright sold some fat hog Omar Wilson at S480 per hndiidElder Dawson preached an inter sting sermon to a large audience here Sunday Cabo Snedegar and wife visited the formers mother Mrs Melissa Snedegar at Olympia Sunday Mrs JackToy visited her parents T W Crouch aud wire near Olympia Saturday and Sunday IMrs Maria Stamper visited the nenrtday Misses Eva and Lithe Johnson i of near Sharpsburg were guests of their grandparents Martin Jones and wife Sunday James Snedegar wife and chil then visited mother Mra Melissa Snedegar at Olympia Satur lay night and Sunday Mrs Peter Hart and children of nejir Preston w re guests of Mm Harts parents Martin Jones and wife Sunday and attended Elder Dawson s meeting Andy Mnnley Wife and children of near Bethel were guests of family of am Shultz Saturday Andy Bays there is a poor show for a corn crop in that neighborhood We hud i fine rain here Friday the lust day of July it rained tram early morning until three oclock in tho evening Sunday about twp oclock in the evening It rained another fine rain for which our hearts overflowed with gratitude Pvraiset the Lord FridayJulyaged abotH 55 years She leaves three sons one daughter orteI brother nrd two sisters to mourn the loss of a kind mother and sister Mrs Bailey moved from this neighborhood to Danville III two Jhadyears She hiaeonesopMiIcn1n- he Philippines Your writer can ay she was a quiet peacelovings Christian woman to walk in this life She1 118wRBhedI er robetnd made the blond of the lAmb Weep notsfor her children brothers and sisctera her warfare is over her tirnihbleaiire past and she is with the vedeomedatiWcppnotthatberr calmlyWhenTill then wo yield with uluducsa eAndHogiy th his loved ones sleejw ii I r trodLi ttA = 0 r 11 b J i w Midland City SterlingSututdny A nice gentle ruin fell here most il IIIY Friday Leo Thompson his been on the tick list for several weeks Tho Junior picnic near here Saturday was a grand success M Camp and two children of Chicago arrived hero Saturday Trav Myers sold his house and lot to John Myers Price private G orgo Harnaby olid wire of picnicSuturalur Miss Aiinnic Saunders ot Gray son is visiting her relatives Will Jones and wife Mrs Lou E Myers visited her father King Staton in Mcnifee Co several days last week Johnny Rico and Simpson Wol ton of Grange City wore up to see their best girls Saturday Come again boyn Mrs Al Rtiwlings and little granddaughter Carrie Colliver of Grange City visited Will Razors family Saturday night- Wyornin WU haja good rain Sunday It was badly nceded A wedding expected soon If you wunt to know ask George Tho Republicans want Wallace Gudgell to run for Circuit Judge William Hcdrhk Sam Estill and William Jackson sold their cropof obacco nt 9J cents I We arc having Sundayschool every Sunday Dr Reeves Supt und Jim Myers Assistant Sncdegar Hros are prizing tobacco They ship two hogsheads every day and sometimes four Mrs Manda Saunders of Fox Creek is visiting her aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs J A Hedger We are having a big meeting at SundllYAugtwo weeks or mote Watch out forth yellow chickens legs The chicken thieves are on the war path stole 20 from John A Hedger and wifo night beforo Mt Sterling Court some of James Henry and Cuti Snedegstr of Wy Vnnandinghltln ger followed them to Mt Sterling and found n part of his in a coop that ho paid was his arid brought them home knew them by the murk Bethal Mrs Ed Gregory is improving nicely Miss Mary Scott of Texas is tho guest of her aunt Mrs Milt RatlifF LexingtonIs r Mrs Wilt Henderson Mrs J M Gossett and son Charles attended the7 Wiltnoro campmeeting last week E G Hazelrigg SUn Evans nnd Tollie Arrasmith went to Willmore camp meeting last week GregoyitLJerriher hnxsssiilbnday Aug 10th Charlie and Mattie Hums of Fleroingsburg are visiting their aunt Mrs Susan Hazelrigg Mrs Charles Lauer and little daughter Ruth of Lexington arc guests of her father Chus Wilson Isaac Vannrsdalc and daughter of FIcmingsburg are guests of his brotherWilliam and other relatives Jake Boyd and wife left Inst VirginiuBoyd is in had health VI J M Gospctt sold Saturday l wesidenco and business house Wit tojamerErnmoiisJt1r for the Inisn Territory undergologhas a now roof and has been paint ed and papered It presents a very neat appearance and will soon be ready for the fall schoo- lEhllsboro The foundation of the bank is almost completed Miss hattie Bradley of Mays Moodysf vis itcd his father Jasper Sorrell last week School began here Monday AE Poston Principal Miss Lillio Evans assistant J Wat LAwson and Wife of Flemingeburg visited visited rela lives here Saturday M D Paris and daughter Miss Sallio attended the funeral ot W S Moody Saturday John Cull returned from Cin cinnuti Monday where he had been with a carload of sheep Elder Vera Carpenter is assisted by his brother Homer Carpenter in a series meetingoat tho Christ n which began Sunday night W Scott Moody died wV his Qmo Thursday nlQrni g alftiJrla sickness of several dal1Is fun erulwa8 held Saturday morning sit he Christian Church by Elder Thomas Howe nesietod by the Ma Lodge of this place A large f tOVIl follujnri d his rcmainb to the HilUhnro cemetery where they werejukl to rest Mr Moody was bout 69 years old and hud been declining in hearth some yen re e leaves a wife and two daugb n4MrBJehildrenMis8 Mary Cook and hins Ingram and many friends ho ate sorry at hisdeatli W I i t i I it It c ALo1IJLjcklnsr Union ft Mrs LuIs Jackson went to Suit Lick Tuesdr shoplingsJoe S Junes went to Salt Lick lust Tuesday on business Quito a orowd attended tho Juno ior picnic nt Salt Lick Saturday Alpla B McKinncy and wire went to Salt Lick last Monday on business Mr Moore of OIlI1lil was horo lat Tliurmluy making inquiry of the Kentucky Oil Cos lease Mrs Ella Jnckson nnd Mrs haw and daughter went to Salt Liik last Tuesday shopping Howard Moore of Salt Lick bought u cow and call of William A Jones Inst Tuueduj price not learned A T Ham B P Panning and Aqua Johnson attended Church nnd SllIdll echnul ut Mt Hope Sunday MP Williams EW McKinney While McKilmuy Joe Jones Alpha B McKinney Ill wife left lust week to attend the cuuipmecting at Wiluiore Ky The Mt Hope people are going to hold a Sunday school celebra tina the third Saturday in this month at the mouth of the Evans Branch on the North Fork Everybody is cordially invited Okla H The drouth here has come to an end Robert McClnin Toll Gray and Jon Stephens left Thur dtiy for Cruwfordsville Ind Robert Todd and wife of Flcm fng were guests of James Cruin and family Sunday Z T Cramand wife nnd Carrie Vice were in Owingsville last weukshbpping Mm Hiram Royce of hear Wy oming was the guest of hUI daugh ter Mrs Omar McClain Sunday More rain felt here last Friday than hud fallen at any one time since April Another nice rain fell Sunday afternoon T S Vice wife nnd son Walter returned lust week from Mason and ItadbeenMrs Homer Marklund went Sun dayto visit her grandfather An drew Likes and aunt Mrs 3iag Towns of near Grange City Revs Maurice IVArraeniith end Chus GoBwett of Bethel will begin a series of services nt this place Tuesday evening Aug 4th nnd we hope to have ii good meeting TIJE SucitRev Ed Anderson hits been very sick tho past week but irlietter ut this wrjting H L Sanders in very sick1rtme Gondpasior has been on the sick list the past week- Clotnlliddhe and family andInmcs Colliver will start Tuesday morn ing Aug 4th to M IssouriMr CollIer on a visit to hillIlIThomas and Ck m rmi Riddle to make that their homo Stopstonc Miss RHSO Stull of CtV tjgj1 iJyHarvey Carpenter left Momio y for the springs in Margin Co to spend some time T II Turleyof Mt Sterling spent last week with hid brother G W Turley nnd family Miss Lillian Rameoy of JeiTer sonville is here visiting her aunt Mrs J It Greenwade and family wifeppentSunday W Montjoy und wife near Ew ingtonWT Ragan of Rothwell was hero several days last week visiting bis old home and relatives and friends Miss May Stout left Monday morning for Mt Sterling to visit her brotherinlaw Mr Wilson and family near that place Mrs Drusilla Lyle who visitor her daughter and granddaughter Mrs Reid and Mrs Mjcrg for som day returned home to Mt Ster ling Saturday We had a slow drizzling rain Friday and it did much good I M it gives us another this week it will 6t ll do us good but thud ground needs a regular soaker The icecream upper given by the ladies of Cprlfttlt Cluirch Sat urday night pna Willi attended an- a grand success i they clearing ii the neighborhood of 40 Alex Kqrrick who had been working for Mr Kilpatrick on his farm nearHqwards Mill has left and is now staying with tile father fnlow J E Crtrmichae hero wait ing for an opening Isaac Knrrick and family wore Yhytime wife of Win North inhj diedithere that morning Crnmee lion Wo extend sympathy Our band is kept onffio move and they say that they ought tohhave plenty of wind for it takes They played for the picnic at Salt Lick Saturday for Iheicoereaij sgpper at Corinth that night they will piny for the picnic in Duffs woods the 15th for the Salt Licktreunion the 20th 21at and 22d nit play for the Olympia r4uulonttwo days You never saw such a big time ar V Pfeter H Stephens had at his house ast Thursday Thoso present vrore Mta Press Barnes and daughter Miss Ethel of Preston Uphn L rth McCormick and wife Frank Chen lull and wife John Scott and wife b of Ml Sterling Thos Barnes and S wife of near Owingsville None b enjoyed it better than Uncle Milt onit mudej Ijim think of old dnyp by c4u 1 t rOf r I J l aAWi l4 Beech Wqpsls Wlmlcy baby is quite sackI Vi Little Maggie Barber has the whoopingcough Every one seems to be rejoicing ver tho good rnin o havo had Ed Hurseuiiine sing JtH in well amJswims drowned Ed h i lo committed suicide ItfI Thus Stonu mid wife of M burg have been visiting relatives in this neighborhood for SOVLTH days Maggieiltirnaguests of Miss AnnElizn Horseman Saturday night and Sunday Judge W S Gudgell has a new grist mill on his turin which iil run by a windmill timid is prepared to make firstclass mcul yhcncver tho wind blows The White Oak nine and the Slate Valley nine played ft game of haltat Odessa Saturday The White Oak boys beat the Slate Val hey hoys to scores Died Thursday morning Jtsy1 23th Mrs Julia North at time home of her doughter Mrs Minnie Horse paIyenrShof Suit Lick two sons Ellis and Claude and a daughter Mrs Min mile Hnraecinii Tho bareaved onto have the sympathy of tho entire community in their sorrow Odessa Leonard Gopher and family nnd Clyde Anderson will leave for Ohio in n few weeks W T Anderson weighed to FP Hundrix oJ Co 5 fat lungs tho lint jsA new remedy tins been discoverN- cd for stomach trouble For par tic hars at k Ed Horseman of Beech WoodsS Darnell nnd C P Stephens bought 25 bushels of whunt of Chas Riddle Monday at 75c per bushel at time machine S At Ed Anderson and Cnphors sale everything sold low fhoatn brought 150 a head one sow with two pigs brought 7 3yearold mare 21 JElderRTibbs Muxcyof Illinois and brother Lee of Stepstone were guests of their cousins Mrs Kate Whoatley an J J IL Jones here flesh Of the week T L Darnell wife and their lJeilIDarntll nndaiVd Mrs Ruth Jones last Saturdny GfQ T Dnrnell left Monday morning for Honp tou III Ed AndprFon nUll fatuity who on plntcd going with tutu dill UIlernII oft Monday by mason of Kd bctiiji tjek nod not feeUngnbla ti tfuvj Sam Lnthrnm bought last weok miami hud weighed to him hNI Fri diy murning one cow at lit oni Int 2c 4 luifero at 2J and 2 at 3c from J t Anderson of S B Dor utllnn itv Ht 2Ae of MA Gar nor OHO Illi tar at 2ji of Jock t Vrtifch tine heifer ftt it mind Vf f An liron on itttJ of Wm I ALim It 28iuf J Frank loftV tsIamiViught a mule coll for rOH Uliv ry from Frank Jonerf for 10 i Salt LSck MreR B Dickorson is quite iok Miss Clayton of tfestlyrUiVfVf I tbeguest of Mrs Emery Caidwehl Anio cream supper will bo given at ME Church on the evefiing of 4ctug Sib for the benefit of the church Everybody invited Mpe Wm North died July 29th 1903 at the homo of hot diiughtor Jas Horseman near Owings vjile and was liiiriedHho following day tit the family burying ground near Col North Mrs North had been sick a long time with stomach trouble She was a goojl woman and the news of her death while it was expected camo as a shock to fuermnrfly friends here Sho leav- eahuabd two eons andonm ailslcr to mourn the loss of the best rind they will ever know on earth One by one our hopes trow brighter AB wo near the Slunlng Shore For wo know iorass the rlvor Waif thoi9pcs gone before Married aV Scrjnton on July 30th Glyn Watkins to Miss Hattie Hubbard of Yale The attendants were Chaa Boles and Miss LlUio Willlume Robert HoTerinale and ltefIycouple drove to this place taknt the 330 p m train for u trip toj Louisville and other points of in terest The groom is well known hero nttd is a very popular youngj man being bookkeeper scranton Lumber Co Wo are not personally acquainted with tho bride but sho is said to be a very pretty agreeable young lady She tie daughter of the proprietor of the Rivervlew H 1toln t Yale We extend congratulations Time J 0 A M pIcnic at Highland Park was a splendid success Everybody enjoyed themselves Judge Beckner of Winchester n leading member of above order spoke in tho forenoon end 230 p Juniors and ladies belonging o tho D of A formed in lino uile- aded by tho band nmrcfjftKl to he schoolhouse whore raised a large American flag amid the cheers of tho immense crowd and presented it to tho school Then Judge Beckner on behalf of D of A presented to tho pub school a nice Bible DrRob responding to the speech in appy manner The Farmers and alt Lick ball teams then crossed ate thescoro standing nt 9 to 17 In favor fcf Salt Lick With a few exceptions there was no disturb lice during the days 4I iL joi oo i10 T 1 t Aor Jo nI302rlJ J L fCiuobLjck T 8r wiistomo Kin her buuday Corn crops tire injprpvJng MnC The tuitlet nnd peji crops will hr1 greatly enrfiivd by th reepnt rtj mis several from hpro nt tended thoiJunior nittoio ni SxifLiek t Atur day Hay harvest is abOut ovorWhile the crop ha not so largo no mist year the quality is better Miss LIthe Barrios accompanied iMiss Emma Colliver trains to spend n week at GYange City Rev Atiilereon Alfrey will preach ntPeastiiks the 4mhi Saturday night nnd Sunday in August J M Colliver I ilteda copperhead snnke in a millet field with clods there biing no rocks nor clubs handy Strangers pawing here onSuntiny would think there was u foil rib of liy celebration gtilngon from the yelling and noise or the inmates of n lunntic asylum turned looPcNovv boys if nothing else will do only yto YO1illng about the community There is in this vicinity general feeling nmpng the miners to join the Labor Union which no man who lovos the Constitution of the United States nnd respects our Revolutionary fathers will deny them or any set of men to get to gethcr in a union for their own protection or to better their condi lion provided they do no overt eel camQIn for complaint they should be up held by every lover ot equity and justice And from my own exper fence they stand in about thesame relation DtI regards remuneration for labor done From tho census report for 1900 manufacturers have ten biliins of capital invested and they produce thirteen billions of products Fanners have tivcntj billions of capital invested and produce five billion dollars of prd duct in other words tho dollar of the manufiictitrcr earns him 130 frbilo the dollar of the farmer earn him 30 cents Stoops Mrs Joe JJ Clark is quite sick H A Oursler has returned to r a Stay in Jefferson county Miss Hattie Seehrost if non Judy is visiting relatives lucre He who has himself for lawyer no doubt tins ojjol for a client- Ntarly J1tla tho wheat crop in this vicinity hillS boon delivered The gnniencr whogrows cabbage ought to got ahead in tIlt world 1ni h rItrIk ime trImt rahIni rro t enop h nun Iiifryii iIiito viitcU evlMici at Fivrinorjt Fiiiiriiihij anti Friday Altx Jaeksffn moved last went into the toll gutu house on tho Hlnl lon pike Mss lmtt Varner if Oiive 1IU1 la visrttug her paroiUi SUidien Warner aid wife CL1 vrll Clayof Mt Strlin visited hirf grandmotiier Sirs Sarah UrhhfOs lust week iul1lZXHerare given to lying J E WilllutiiP wit nnd dangli tel Miss lolliIIr Flat Creek via Itod hero Wednesday Miss Stella Coons of Indian Tern lory was the guest of reIn tives tiara last week John W Thompson ourHwira fence man wins fencing fur par ties femur Spencer last week One who knows law enough to know when ho needs nn attorney knows law enough for all practical vpurposes D L Gootlan nnd daughter aiist Anna May wore tho giicata of rein ties neur OwjngsviHo from Friday till Monday Tho High Top anti Judy bare ball teams played all at Judy Sat ur l1YJUigb Top won by a score of 2t1fo 21 Myo Jennie Hamilton and son Win of near Owtngsvillc nro vis itinjj Mrs HB daughter Mrs Al fred Moore s M Warner and John W Thompson took advantage of tho jot weather and purchased a car load of coat Tho little son of Claudo Foley who has been under treatment in Louisville for sometime has return ed entirely cured Iif The colored peoplo of Fuirvior aro goingto have a big picnicVin B woods Saturday A hog killin Xtime is expectedI Mrs Sarah Bridges accompani ed by hor daughter Mrs J Will Clay of Mt Sterling will leave Wednesday to visit relatives at Los AngelcpCallfornia A Western nowsrTiiper says that a Central Missouri housewife will not put tier local daily paper on the cellar shelves for fear that the Railroad rumblings column it contains might sour the milk t Jewelry Our 6jStore t 1k7DV 1 In the most rella 4us make anti nest dcrfen nt a urorablo pries wo are bcixdquurlers for Im RQgr2 BrosnSpoons Pork JEWErERI t E I ii 1f r lE 5 i 9 cJ J1JJr fu rjfrrf StfTrurrf tffi rfiriwft DII I I Inl ftJ1 Ix rJ jt r7 c r WM CARTMILL PCSTNo 141 G AItVJ11 hold their aiinntil reunion at fie CROUCH GROVE is runo sititfVtICJCK on Thursday Friday Satur- dmiYAUGUST no 21922iO3f 1 kpnrtiosmake nil enjoy themselves All kinds of innocent ainuiidniDil NO AYII1SKY allowed on the grounds Come one conic all Trj1 i fltfAND no- nannn FiJ1 hhtifJ 1 f t I Of Thomas Clark Post r 0360 lIL VLL BE1F rt3ifc3 0Tj G TA i HELD AT Lu1 rL r VrJ p t THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDA- YIAUG lWj 149 15 19UO Judge Win n cine Republican cancliiatq I for Attorney Geiieral and Jll Will oite1 candidate for Lieutenant Governor will dee liver addresses Friday and Saturday p This will be the best reunion held thte year in Kentucky X Those desiring any or all privileges apply to D Ni Young Owingsviile Ky JOHN S ANDERSON Commander Jl Savoyards Letter Louisville iostJ Wa hington July27For some months the Roosevelt administra tion has been engaged in investigating and IhsciplltlilgIberuscIII in the postal Pervice The news papers have been full of it but the public does not seers to mind it at all We all remember what a sun nation the CreditMobUcr was It was spoken orut time crossroads and was theme at the kneuding troughs Hinl the exposure comer months earlier it might have driven the Republican party from power yet it wiis not half as bad us this poEta bueincc8 lhat is now on hand The whisky frauds of Grants time tiku to hiVioruined the Kcpubliuan parly It nearly made Denjnmin U llri tow President It was the talk of a campaign nnd it was no worse than thio postal raccalitieri IHIW ia4t r the scrutiny fir anotliir iUsrov Siimselr a Kru tuck inn from he Silc f aiaaP- umhillo Tho is not nstonishcd siiiiiy I ur till roiisoa that the uuii lie ii general Is or thejlsnrr4t for quick riches That ia what jhs raeiils in the poatidlco bute Jncvn iltIng Ther ill rn politics in Tf hough Cabot Lodge nn eminent politician hrn ligurtd it out thaiI the Repuliicauimrty is reap biiundlet bcncii fromi it w pricessj VI rntiocinntiiva I cnn 1es IreJ UtterjOaWUty UJ understand but Mr Lodge Ia atruti5criulental let unittortoaunt prehcndod by ctnunirfn in rrVTiIe that feutfullyand wonderfully wad book Lodges Jirof A Ilnreilton Some of the Democrats are going around in cheerful frame of mint over tho scandals They are not sorry tho government Is robbed Oh no They indorso Isthat ip they are glad of it not that they ure in favor of robbery nor that thoy ore tight it but that they hope that there is a vote or two for them in it Well there uro no votes foMinybody in this transaction The robbery would hate gon on junt the same hud Old Hickory himself been Prosident and Jt would be difficult to iind mtnlhmr enough to deny that the KoosoTeU ndtuiijistratlon ia working manfully to bring tho rascals to justica and stop tbo rascality That is as much aa a Democratic administration cuuld1do and that is as much aa require any adminietrutlun to etc No man is a rascal because he ia a Repub licati and no wan is aa honest man because he is a Democrat but this country ie limIt of people who do not indorse that etawment And they are honest mon too I used to be ono of them myself and know what 1 am talking about Today there are thousands of Republicans who nro contain that the late Sam uel J Tilden wtv8a thoroughly dishonest and unecrupulmie man There aro tens of thousands of toemcorata who beI ve that the tto John Sherman VAIIU robber and that the fortune ho made was not honestly ticeuraulltcd There- is a heap of ignoranco in this world and Joad loads of prejudice and unoliarily There is only ono way for hc Democrats to nmke anyvotes nail that in to deserve them There 13I only one way to detprro them nndI that is for the pfirty to make a Democratic platform and nominate u Democratic ticket something it ins twit done for a longtime The party niust turn from the vagaries of Jerry Simpson to the doctrines of John G Carlisle It must whip ho pigmies from hugh pliices Tinlers it is going to do th sp there is no use in making nennI puign All thttfraudsin lbs 106I al service though they vero lenI fold as greatIIs 1hoywIll 110t lhe Democruiapriat cine par tide of good j t cnomo l1tlcparty 5ttcutmake up its mind to gw riJelection is over t lhe approval nod theiiRip M Ug4DC Debs nt1 tEwould make vo8iy QrTySin peoi netemjr tijcn Aotsci SOI ft4i k 1 iiJr J 07 B i or I noth2Ingand rcenlibting its statesmen Those fellows in the postofBce got found smut That is what irf the mutter with them Tjiat is what is the matter with the jf era in Missouri That was whit wan the matter with William M iVeed The Hon Jobn Cripp jlotought tobH found out He calls them grafters and Bays they ned elders sitting in the gates and loaders of the immaculate Demo eratic party of the State of Ken tucky He numtul no nnmcp hutche tbreatpjiciLlliings After that ho had no trouble getting tho nonijoa rttion if yUtrant to dignify the jfruit or sueh u as that wise into abomination The grafters k rete not exposed Doubtless they mire still ugraftihg And why not III cotntunites where nildc ricnts oLhance are removed from 1Ilcitiiinsit ia bound to foHiw that graft I iJ1rcrp into the Mlmllit trntion ijf the executive depart 1went and impartiality five from the jsidtciirj Wiiliiiia Pitt Kcliogj 1 wiit liaito Ut W4suL Louisiani by nn iflpcjnl order IIrIlk ir Jndgn Tho people were rifcd of their right to Pet a Governor of thiir choico Viiie Ktlloyg waf in his stolen nUke his notorious ru uriin hoard robbcil the people itfthe UnitKilStstts of the ri lnt tu Vr r turrtfjuLiheir choice Pres idcnt of tnc Unted States That was Tfhnt n stolen omcili Louisi linn canso to Is it reasonable to upposrthist n stolen election in Kentucky will bear good fruit A- btmocrat iaa stolen olliie is not one whit better than a Rcpnblicnn in a stolen onico On what sort of meat does thu Democratic party feed that it hits indulgence steal SiIie elimination of the element 4 of chance from elections is a crime that no people can afford to con done It corrupts everything but tho deadliest fruit is the politics it 2 brings to the bench When Judges ask otfice for judgments they hmavtt rendered it is timo for the citizens to ask if such politics as that pays When Judges nro a part of the po litical machinery it is time for the citizens to recall the bench jp the earlier and better day when the courts of Kentucky ranked in abil ities and character with the great est in the world Could we imagine George Robertson on tIm fr ump making a political harangue in u Presidential campaign I think not Would Richard A Buckner havo accepted place on a political committee I believe not When Daniel OConnell was in dicted by a grand jury every mem ber of which WHS a Protestant tim rulers of England nt a time when religious intolerance wns rife and party spirit high threw it out though OConnell was tinted and feared BB no other nwm of lila duty About thirty yeura ago there was great political excitement in latH hun and some Democrats were in dicted popsibly it was un election caseand Judge Walter Q Gresn rim a Republican was the Judge He asked time Marshal the politics of time jury and was told that all the twelve were Republican Ho discharged the panel miami ordered jury of six Democrats and six JcpUbiictHis The element ofqlianee hash not been banished front elec Lions in thoso days and tho element of justice yet maintained in the court presided over by Gpediatn And Grepham was a purryjaan too the fnvotito of Oliver PMttnn Tbo people of Kentucky dp not iive in rcyjcjV iher ilic9 of the loatofnco this year but there it urge and rarjedjjissprJtnicn do mestic rascttHty that s clrimorFng or their attention SvoA IN OTHEtt WORDS jto a girl aUdi site snjd Go musk DtiI she kunjv tliat I kncvrjfrfaf Jigr dad was dead Anilshe knew that I Jcnewiwbat n iIfldIat t knejVjyht jQ ftmtitwhon 1Qoaak1a0 y