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bought of Henry G i Tht Hopkins 10 tons of baled hay c of Lob Warner 40tons and Wm k o 7Jlrner30 tons of8arueII4i 2rbedortarsoftho Christian Church3iavothCirECaffO1d12pnfldH I aio at errJRnfhpa1 4n 1tJr 9ten i 7 j vtalk of trying to ZzeAbIeJJ51l1etIgtIeOtteamS ia 1IIc LsAlt Sterling I1HrgOwiogtViU lI bead h 1a1 next vear ifJpt B Leo z t Ri 6mondnow of LexIngtoSi1L- xTpen chool ai Principal of BhaSeailnaryslhe Or tMonday in Kep i tetttwr He cpiaea highly recouA mendedJ I1 i oSTAT HEIFEftNOtIJieT1y iTeTiTh TTTfaveihr mypaature a 1 Sfl taJ heifer The rightful owner r M gvtheaaebypsylngeXPEfleet k of f THBuowN 1 The Owingsvllle Bueeball Cub- Sii on n deal to employ Stanley and Howard Brown WelMi tf tJe Mt Sterling cluh to piny here for one month These p1aersf onutd greatlystrngthcn team s Henry Snedegar aged t8 and o Miss Lydia Ann Purvis tfeedfl5 crnarrkd at the rcsidritBT t and by Elder BH Roue liiaaThurs day Theyare from Feir e Hill icininty Best wishes are extend ff ed 1 NKwFiRjt AseuccesRois toOs oar Pa1m WP are prepared to di veryihIg In Jl1e rnenhlnc1fmit It 4arja4eflar work having I jpifq tiir cC8 fl2tO8 ami painters t Ycur patronage is solicited EPTILI ck HoNAKFu jb Fo ALE170Rcresiandin r Ragla cToil field t good house and barn good orchard free use of gas for domestic purposes t two g t wells on fara t reserVe roy ally oaeii in4 gas wells on farm BEEr 11cKI1NET STBAT CATILE Jufse 20 two yellow and one red steers two yearS r lingiaRd one 2yearold came a r fay hone on the Lee Rice farm RtIf the south of Clover creek on leg river Owner can have same by proving property and paying chrgM WK HEDRICK v j r I AXgLDHLGAS usual the e JL pIpiaget tie bob whites leads to r c the report that the birds are plen t 1i f tlful but as usual when the hunt v ing seaeenopenNow IStb u part tridg artt fgbty carce will be the tuno One whistling partridge c caa seem as numerou 89 one flea h on a dog r tJ BASBBALt C uBAn o of players has been or r gaaiecLwIth BPate rson Cap 2 tale PoUaJ8ptea nkBager H L4f ii SGoodper titeiter Clyde By rencateker D P Hanpton let J EL Vpe l B et6tS2dbaseCB rat non shortstop E C Byron 3d base W S Gudgell right field LLf Jb CoBR rvMBter laid M Brown t tIi1 tenl 1iir t IPLwaoNMAyCharle A Daw or CMB JMB of Thooaa DawfOR and f I HIM Ada F May daugbtee of 4I I ekM ayXll of Wyowlng TioinU f I tr atried at the resldesee of ti f null EkLer BHEo8eThursday I iIt C IThyweaeooMpanied by George i t 11 y a They l f jJ 1 are pro iBni young peop1tatld- t rraViiIfttionB and best wishes lr T f1 sretkidedo r4 TaiyxirWhIIe Squire ThaiI 1 tjl ft I Hew HEi faHlly and some COM yl iJl1 C SJ paay were sitting on the front ver lIdkc home Thursday sight the i s ti 1rerofthekouae was f1tered by 7Sq i sereea 4 nd 226 etaleli froBi machine it H UiJ1IO f whihMI 4tlx had Plae ed 2ILTiI s qnarter wsi pPictCHtt1ocby the thief 4 Hea4feundbygyee4latrd r if Toiwa o TuiWm H IJ i g fd4n intae rear of Kli4r rl wert a vit He baa bearingjrraitici pepku JeiwB and ireelilje to v Iat are a wonder being ur efflrt rttllIiR their sup t HrnT L1ieflneatof to I iyfririr ffr preeiBted THE bpi teK tlf ceouple of Anderson pwiisftiieii Beis lkoi1eof them rareyae tojesto tift t Pli Jrl7Jf J iSS41 fiL hI1t 1 TSatc1tJiIt t t t i rtJI j 0I f 0 J JJ tAS r PERSONAL Chas Day1of Morehead was here at Rev U A Walton left Monday for- TChicago It A Chiles of Mt Sterling was hero Monday Rex Cornoliflon returned Saturdny rom a visit to Danville Judge WG Denrrof Flemings burp was here Monday SfBruce Whaley and Jacob Trumbo f llt S LUItg4vereLmron5ny F KSwrlfngMTrLuThLotton and brother W RfriendsMiss Snub Stone of Bethel was elduyslastMrs Anna Power left Thursday for ft visit to Mt Sterling Winches ec and other ti lntR H MJssEUa Ratllff of Sharpsbur Bntfnt Thursday till lotula3 with Miss Ellen BnttR E MrsrSarnh Fstill returned MonRday from a visit to Mrs Reeves at Mt Sterling Joseph Lagrew of Caro Run Joint Todd of Sunset were pleasant callers at this office Monday Clay Byron of Cntlcaftsburg came on a visit to his TRarentSj Mr and Mrs J N Byroji lfiday Mrs James B Tipton of Mt Ster- ngcame B Sunday to be the guest of Mr and Mrs Thos L DarnellatMrs E H Goodpastej nod sister Miss Lilltan Tuesday to visit Mrs Garvey atltshlcngo ofMrs James McKee and son Robert of Chicago ealUe Fueeday to visit daughter Mrs Alex Conner Mrs A N Crooks returned Satur te day from a visit to her parents Mr Is and Mrs E RJaIisatSharpsburga Mrs T M Perry whoJind besuon visit toiler parents at MlllersburfTi inayJlLexingtonBrown- wMrs Fannie Goodpaeter of Mt Sterling after it visit to her daugh AhomeMrs T H Brown and son Morris and little Irene returned the latterw ofI1t1tweek from R F1enIs2burgMrs Paxton and son BartII elrnthtthomo SaturduyInlMIsResfharpsburgnd Allvii nlap of Ohl are visitlnir Jdssrp Atch rl IBOII near Wyouiing to A M Brunch Arnold Hart R K Hart H Duby1John tV MIIIs ofe4 Flemlnpjburp wltntwseJ tho gaui liero Saturday Mf81tft Emma Lee HillIer and Amanda Thompson oT Mt Sterlingd who bad bnetKhe guests of thriut r tnnie l Jijine Saturday slrwisemcr Atiand Uanj ier Mrs it ieo laity of JaiiLl wera fusts hweekJohn F Johnson was in town Moowday greeting his legion of who were delighted to see him out at nIter hte confinement of six weeks with Illness JTrs Jtolla Green of New York of City and Mrs Lulio Honaker of Dayton Ohio came Saturday to visit MrsDS Estill and Mrs Mar caret Honaker Mrs Nannie B Harris and two ons of Dunaway who have been on visit to her father Emmanuel Car enter near Preston will return me next weekoJMrs Hedrick and children Of Salt of Lick who hud been visiting relatives and friends in town for several days accompantIYn1ohnDYcIntyreanddnughw ers a visit to her sister Mrs Ed Barnes and other relatives left for home at b Columbus 0 Saturday night The following are attending the weekcWREwingMiss Hmpborohomo his wife and tyoNHttlo daughter Ethel and Ina io went a over Frklay to attend the f noralofnMrs EramoiiB1 sister Mrs kins Mr and Mrs B B Brother Mrstl Jennie Stephens Mr Alex Conner Miss Carrie Nlxo J Mark Mr of MrandaMrsamong those who at ended the tent e meeting at Mt Sterling Sunday Chag Fleming Toni Drennan s Clyde Garr Tom Fant Andrews John Duncan Wood Dudley Frazee HarveyDndleyGolden Jones composed the Flem sI1WV Oravensi Democratic nomrtnee of the MonifeeMontgotnery islative d letrict and Aio nto Hoverdmale dltorof the Frilnchbur tator both of Frencnburg attended Ahe Senatorial convention Tuesday ndmadeT B OUTLOOK a socIal call ITHBCUTLOO C had a pleasant callaueadfty from Hon R K Hart lemlngsburg who is a prominent andidato for the notni atlon for RtlroactfComraissionefe 1Hart dearp tfltlon to he in State LegfslaturoI nd Isa man of pronounced ability OOBIOCS H AfpEMiMQ TO CniCK In Monday stray chicken hardly feaCBered carae to feed with M 180 S Estlllstoc1iof fowls Mrs Gray won feeding it ant while she was noticing It the on iu head suddenly plit laying its skull bare The chicken reeled around and MrV Gray attempted to confine nOIL basket but it re fused to be nursed It is golnj- about with the other chickens with its skull bare Mrs Gray declares ho oilier chicken peeked it and lb thing happened without apparent OaUieI ir42c J HYEH9 WILLIAMS Miss Annie Williams of Frankfort was wedded Minneapolis Wednesday of lAt week to Joseph Dyers Teller of Minnesota Loan and Trust Co ue bride ia remembered in social circles hero from having been the guest of her cousin Mrs James M Ross and attending the ball lust Now Years ThE DELEGATES Tho following delegates attended the Democratic convention hero Tues ay FLEMING couurr R If Hart J Maher W B Harbeson A S endall T M Fleming J DPum brey 0 R Bright B S Grannis O Phillips S H Grain J H alne 0 B Collins Thos Me ugh J W Lee CARTER COUNTI HonFrankPow T P Patton W B King Jas- nderwood Wm B Whitt MENIFEE COCKTT II N Goso J Wells K Jf Evans L THover malo J W Crayons ROWAN COUNTY J D Cauilill B Morgan B S Wileon Juts Clay H Fmley C L Clayton f W Williams Z T Young J G BogIaccompanied by their wives MRS EVALINK Fsinvitas DKATR After along hines wJrs Evaline FenwickwidoW f John Fen wick tormerl of LicKing river ove Wyoming died n Bates county Mo at 16 oclock n m Thursday Aug Gth at tho home her daughter Sirs Sheridan Williams Deceased was aged about 65 years She was a daugh rof Noblo Wright deceased and sister of Mrs W W Williams nd J Wallace Wright of Forge Hill and8 Lewis Wright of Lin cohaNebraakIUHer husband died Augustf189tand sue went West a great while afterwards Sheaves two children Mrs Dick Goodpanter of Swoetwater Illand rs Sherd Williame Deceased as a good woman and had many relatives and friends in this section are deeply saddened at the news her decease Tho snrrowi fnmll have the sympathy of ho know them in their ufflictio CouuiDiLTi1ero was a fair rge crowd hero Monday the Ii Btablco lintel and restaiirau oing reasonably good bUllioCj nd the salonns were onized A few of the merchnn v port a good day the balance f very common The prevalence of drouth knnc the prices of live ptrtok out Some 50 0 offered at i those sahiwjmean prices numherat aocuon being tak iown IJ- A good mary 8TR wfli pigs a intitc were f prod W fy R rjcftf A fair supply of ms nut orses were offered A dozen or BO Western ponioi ere offered and some sales mad 15 o 933 without recourse ol damages for breaking Thos McClintock bought a hqrs James Maxe a mule of Geo Boyd of Reynoldsvllle for 140f and another mule h 8olgiaBlue Rico bought R horse of Joht McEinnevan for 100IHenry Hopkins sold an 8yearf ld sorrel horse to Chas Poynterj Salt Lick for 85 a 4yearolc mule to Meguiar of Bourbon Cot for fllO oI-v IH MKMORT Editor OUTLOOK ish the use of your columns U pay a just tribute to one of ou est citizens who after long anc severe suffering has gone to jnir i his friends and roved ones who hav- rossed tho DrkRlver before hint nd were waiting for him Oo the 2d of August 1903 at his home in Olympia Bath county afi ter a lingering illness of cancer of stomach John W McGlosson ged 69 years passed away Fu emal services were conducted atS the home by Elder Dawson and in- emment in tUe Nelson graveyard near Olympian Springs by the side his wife who died 20 years ago I id two children who died at an arly age Deceased married Miss AnaNel on and soon after their marrIage they together united with the Christian church and lived and died in the Christian faith Whet asked by bis pastor concerning bi spiritual hope he said lam rends and prepared to go when the Mas callsMr leaves six cbiUr ren and several grandchildren mourn his death but th01udonot mourn as those having no hope The deceased was a teacher and s such was very popular as father be was all that that nam implies ate citizen he came up lh if H HWMHreof citizenship i neighbor all his acquaintan were his neighbors and loved an honored him and he will be sadj aaissedia the walks of Jife and pertinent inscrlpiioa on btoatstone would be Here lies a got Ianand who can have a bet loner The sympathy of the whi community goes outto his bcreav5 ones who mourn a kind and IovV father and may God bo with th and sustain them itJun8 K JACKSON t Olympia KYf See our samples and g- tourpricesand we wi do your J Wprlo j I ITUE BALL GAMES Tho Flow baseball club played the Owingsvillo club and defeated it three games in succession last week on Thursday by 9 to 1 on Friday by 5 to 4and on Saturday by S to 5 On Friday tho Owingsvillee played Stanley and Howard Brown of Mt Sterling on Saturday Stan ley Brown The games were wit nessed by large crowds and were closely contested in the fore part particularly The Flemingeburgs are a fine club and a nice lot of fellows socially SENATORIAL CONVENTION The convention of the 35th Senatorial district was culled to order fn tile Courthouse at 11 oclock a m by District Chairman A S Kendall of Fleming county R K Hart of Flowing WAS elected Chairman L T Hovormale of Mcnifec and D W Do gett of Bath Secretaries J F Maher of Flowing was nominated by J D Pumphrey of Fleming J W Crayons of Men ifoe seconded it Win B Whitt of Cater was nominated by 0 B Brother of Bath Frank Powers of Carter seconded it On tho first ballot Whins vote was Bath 18 Carter 17 Rowan 8 Manors Fleming 22 Menilee 8 Whitt being nominated by 43 to 30 The Fleming delegation moved that the nomination be made unani mous whichwasdone The convention adopteda reso lution endorsing R 1C Hart of Fleming for the nomination for Railroad Commissioner of this die Hat It seems that it was understood In Fleming that Whitt would nothe a candidate and that county in structed for Maher being the only delegation instructed Some feel ing waa aroused on the part of the Flemlngdelegutes1lbn WMtt fin ally consented to be a candidate Whitt and Nathan Barrett the Republican nominee fur Senator are both from Carter Bounty Whitt favors the proposition tororma new county out of Carter with Olive Hill foi the county eat- 8Ielto1honcwitrr tt ig con i 2 i t 4 i i fI i J f a d i51z 1 5j f ft 1 V f lffifiW j l s lvJoJI If t 1 ilt t rl t tir Sct 441 J ks5 a p t t a 4 i 4 I 5I I j r I 1 iS dY RACKET STORE WE HAVE TOO MANY SUMMER GOODS and they are bound to go if they lose money Call and see them before buying Dress Lawns from 3c per yard up White Goods 4c per yard up Ladies Vests 4c Lure 4 inches wide yd6c3 yds Curtains pr 40c Polka Dot Dusk yd8elOo Percale for 80 Velvet Ribbons yd 2c Lunch Boxes 12 10 8c Hand satchels 60 50 40 35o Ledgers 25 20 15c I too to 1 Vo hours after a news ner friend told me that Allen Vis still I went to the ipitol and there ho was the qnlv the iA had been on his feet nine u j t F tilhA I A 5 1 I t f r p Glass Tumblers 2c each 32 Cartridges rim fire 50 for 26c Talcum Powder 10 5c Towel Rollers lOc Shoe 5c Mens Night Shirts bOa Large Tin Washpans 5e Cuspidors 10 8o 1000 4o Tablets 5 3 lo Slates 5 30 CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W HEFLIN Owingsville Kentucky SELL ING TO QUIT BUSINESSFrom this date June 141 will sell my entire stockofgpodsAT COST FORCAS- HlfILLINERYDRESSGOODSNOTIPNS Etc My stock consists of Lawns Dimities White Goods CalicosCot tons Hosiery Corsets Underwear fend many other things numerous mention OME EARLY AND GET BARGAINS iii MRS D S ESTILLI OwingsvilleKy midnight speaking hmaDin building though mortal tfiI exounding statesmanship oi i Thread Toothpicks were educated to jhe absurdity the Populists had seized theDemocratic estate They gave out that they were the only sound and genuine Democrats in the country They put their principles in the Demo cratic platform They nominated their most engaging orator for Ldcnt and brought to his sup- L ot hcr parties There nger of their suo ng to political i f en ct en 5V 1 cv c 2 3 i 0 4 I J cS I 5S 1 i yO SADDLES HARNESS Why buy a shoddy socallbd litthdlhade or maehlnehiada 4 v Saddle or Harhess when yoU can get strictly fltstclass goods inadc fight here at homeland made out of the best Ottkrtarhetl leather andby men that only mnko flrstcluss work Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLE ItIs tbo easfbst and enBlestrldingaud most durablesntldlc undo If yon try ohe set of our handmade buggy harness yell will always them I have the beat line of naddlery goods in this f part of tho State I am YOQrs for best saddles nhd harness EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE 1lf SAM P1ATCHISONT DRUGGIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO CIGARS CiBUY GREEN SEAL SHOES f rFOR t1EN WOMEN and CHILDREN 4MADE IN LOUISVILLE KY U SA i WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED SOLESth jbestwearing leather in the world T sale For by OscarChandIerI f PrieesToSuitTimes 650 lace curtains for 45C poo 650 50No H 5C laces for 4c 1456dcjoe dresser scarfs for aac Floor oil cloth per yd aac- riensk heavy shoes regular lo2S8c J ufineU U II 5S lI 44 Kangaroo guaranteed 150 25aduu u 4t 44iso 6oc Mens linen coats and vest v suits regular 4 for I9B CASH PAID FOR EQQS AND HENS Oscar ChandlerPostoffice above ti the very thing for the new party b 11 with Nobody I fP1n I k v 4 f L t 0 i i 2 f f 4 f i Bars a good deal in argyraenrr hut it can lobo oberdune Aa jg aa Uncle Moses believed in hc I 14fr r I 53 e 1 Hr t ic ilit t p r ij ff a SS Y i i a l i 4 0 1lk P JI t I kkrt jI tj f ts b 5 t I FJ tt 1fl r5 I v SLtt 1 1j if 0 t i AitbJ i f t1 c trt 4 iX t t t h ri f 1 S0 r lfl iiq i U5Ss5I iir1 i i q 57 r I JJUTLOOK Stifl CO Publishers IENTUCtmi hV4 LsLJu RNTimj elittle traveler et torihouwith one last smile of nwcct content t northToKo tiny footprints In the snow No flower for token backward thrown 4 Sweetheart we wept why must you gor Smiling she went her way atone The tRite traveler went her way And tell nx all who loved her no J4 1 tm jorneycd forth at briauk o day d A long Inns way iIic hail to go TJw stnrs wrro pnllnK Jn the sky IerAVe Could not Bee we couM but cry Como back lo us dear hyatt dear hwtrtf 2c The little travelers tiny fret Have found n path that we must find I 8he was no Utile and MI sweett We ennnot llnRrr left behind wf Mumble jrvkltiR rtny by dayltf O little traveler Who wayInu Francis Barlne In Youth Coni anlon i Mystery of the Bayou Woods By WALKER KENNEDY I CepjrlcIitiVJ8 brAN Kcllot Ncw p PcrCo CHA1TKU VIII CONTINUKII t uTS U WaS ntitiiftrntliat n wcllilressctl 1 gnodlookn younp man was KCIUI ii peters Hirst anil bis advent oujjlit to 4I t acott abIIlnIIhornIueutrpr1s tuit ii did not Tue Best iursuLMl its dark 3 le i1Is occuu1uatcuIs repose JI 4 lully nK though Wnrtlchnil IKIKII n regular feature of the cstalittKlitnent Billy McOre did not even look up from the important business that was SVa vWonlethe bar ml nske l if there was prreiit a that by the name of Willium Jackson Four ilcucffc wild Mr McOee It Swilt bo himl to bent that William Ob yes BUt wns bore nbout halt nn t r lipur ago Are you the gvrit he was cXpctit7 tiYe He said if 3011 tone to tell you to wait for him Hell be back drecly Youll have to throw again Dock 5r Take n seat in the parlor continucil- f Jlr IcCioc to Vnrile wavlmjliis band lowanl the door 1Con adjoining room cumS Wnnlc stood before the Ijar he was somewhat startled to finil that his coming hint not been wltliiuit some interest to at least one or two of those present SIn one corner of the room two men sat at a table drinking They were sturdylooking fellows who were slightly better dressetl than their as i bochuts i3ut ther faccs were Jtiy slurtllngMn the prominence of evil Vr 4 displayed therein One of them was 54 jXlie very muscular man whose strength- JTiinad a certain catlike clement in it emleef associates in the nick l Jinnie cf Old Toni which they given hihii Ills companion was nu q Almost perfect specimen of physical The mirror revealed the fact lhat Sthese men were watching Wnrde with Un Intensity It seemed to him n ina I llgnity of interest for which ho e could not account but he lielniyoil b t no surprise nor did he glic any cvl 4 thence that he had observed them Taking from his pocket n cigsir ho Slighted it coolly nml then noncbalant y entered the parlortv slit Torn entered the room At first heI spomed a bit cmbarraKseiLJHfor1 AVnrdes cool and searching gaze nnd tlicri he said You volume here to seeth sBm kKondid you Yes has ho coninJnj 4t e S at5m Itli i 4 i5 s4 J 54p4j t siS I t e i 1 iu Mbs i 4 Z I j iSc tsjIsiJ r T 1 5t1p 3I 4 i5S tli a 1r17 Jk41u 11 c ikhP fp s 4ftt 4 s pjr t ic S 4 tusi4jcw5541g Ij I cc- 4 tS rm r it4 t 1tiJ Iht 1 mU 4 4 1 14 4fj1 s Uq4J 4 Ac lr5 c4 5ul itJ i irvl v Zck7lb4 c mJq 1 f k1 i yit j S5h 2 ctzt7 tPv 1 r-attI k hlImt4Ji g15 f ijuSi 1 BeneaJh him lay the river Now jl pusuera were upon him indeed Just below he saw the head If sornenck object projecting fron vnlcjr and ns he gazed enjrerly t he saw thntthnre XVQHU series of these dark objects leading any to rd where tugboat lay moored e object s emed Bolld and yjth t moments hesitation he leaped upon it He has gone he heard a hoarse voice cry Then lies In the river came the answer And there was a rush toward the re arSThin object upon which Vardp had lighted wax n half sunken pile nnd n series of theta were ilriveu at in tervals of a yard apart Home had Cfl sunk deeper than others and ey stood out from thfc water like templeAtto another of lluso pillars uitlmul much troulile lint to cllmli iii to one n Hlllo higher than flu others nnd then let himself down lo one far 1m a Ii it wns a tia Ills laslctnnd Ihe further he gut out Into the river the more illlliciilt It lieiimn for him to make any headway Hardly had hn traversed n doxeh of these treacherous stepping stones when he was dlscoxered iind giant ing hack lie saw to hits horror that ho was being followed by Old Tom lie looked nt time swirling thee he low him nnd thin world was reeling about him A cold perspiration stood upon his fnee lie became nervous blind nluiost nnd felt nn almost ir resistible impulse to throw himself In mitshnIIseflu in this klml of nn enterprise It was Histimi to him nil he crept from vi 35lewhieli had won him lilt name It was n len rush race Time moon hnd now made some headway nnd Its light felt upon the black river and gave It the scmlilnnco of oxy ilizedsilnr Another backward glance nyd n gleam of light revealed something bright in Old Toms hoot It was n long sharp knife Warde sliiirml te pitlIs long ns he hnd been in the saloon for he knew very well that if he had killed nnyliody the moli would hat torn him lo pieces with joyous unan un ICityhad for the lime forgotten il It was now his only Jinpe unless Ien ton shotild dour to his nssislance In his eagerness to pel nut his pistol his hand Iremhled so that the PISTOl SHOT nuoKE uroM THR AIR TiiK rinMiNii KNIKK DROPPED INTO TUB STRHVM eamn catching In his clothing ipgieitm anti fell into time river Old Tom hail just lighted on time pile next in him antI was getting ready to leap A pistol shol broke umpon the nir e gimthLr y 5l5te tS i i 4Sd M1- i f 1tS554 I zISl liw j g Mt si 5itt Sinscii kSI + I p i 1 i4iIt Sr l 5ft A ut iiry L L p y r 1 j t L 5tLiSe I I tyI 1 T j i 4 IS John W Everett regarding the COB dition of the estate vigoronbrainy4 clean shaven face conspicuously fins in its outlines n cold resolute bint eve ajida contour of bend which phnmologicnlly considered indicated ideality ns well as perspicacity were the salient physiognomical features of a tuna who in his day was n cele brity in his part of time country eyeshintthe sign A115 prominently true The uprightness of his character was no less conspicuous than the directness of his intellect In short lie was IdaMrsanlhescrepugnance to Wrights lifelong le gal adviser Col Franklin because in some way lie seemed to be identified CaleadingtIered mnn and neither hind any do thintinmuttetin strIliitwas not the informal business nffaif which tIme Indies lund anticipated It grow irioii and more startling the hebsion was that Wright wns n vcr tinmigluterthoroughly rverybody hnd been tic mrklugMrVrIghnml I was never more astonished hi my life Vint mire ijresnme nmlw greatIsmituineI thought my husband very wrnllhy I dislike to disappoint you mail am hut may ns well tell you that there is no fortune UK itnglllAmi w wil hp very fortunate ifuviu cn snnch from the estate enough U sprrro a inaintecnnce for joursell ant ilnnghtor Wtmytlr K erett there ther mutt he some mistake H In truf that I was nevor jny hnsbnndR con lida tie in his linsiness limit Imvf knirvn of seveml of his investments occumjiyingibis 5erlioii of he stale belongtoXotliclong to my hiisluiinl- It was sold ninny yea rs ago to hi Sheliy Ural MUc it Investment company lint my hnsliand owned several plantations in Arkansas a nil Misss sipiiThnt is also true but all ceuverethe same t Inntin Arkansas which your husband pnroiaseil three hack So f vaasalaremember a good many years njro sny huslinnil bought n large tractor la ml in Texas and IIP Invested U stunt mining lands In ColoradoneVery true lint mill cacr13same real estate and th so1atcrmeinoraniln left by your husband wnj orgaibieshEurryt lung thai your husband thee sImild could have become ol Ibe money- Thnt is time question asked my self The answer got from time n4 records in part You are of course a warn of the fart that your husbaivfj mnny yenrs ngii was trieil charge of killing Itax ferred fore hrJ 5 2 I iiSI5rS 4S 5I imi S55 c I i Ina jI5S 5 4Sft 4 i I SSS p 5S I m- lOPESCORONATIONP Seventy Thousaiul Teoplo Wit ness the Ceremony It Is 57 Years Since the Romans and Europe Absistcd In Such a Func tion Roman Nobles and Dip lomats Were Present Rome Aug 10The ceremony of the coronation of Pope Plus X took ce Sunday In the basilica of St Pc- s in tho presence of the princes d high dignitaries of the church dip mats and Roman nobles and with allythe solemnity and splendor asso ela ted with this time most magnificent rlteln the Roman Catholic church An rdinal Mncchl the dean of the car ah deacons placed the triple crown on the head of the venerable pontiff e throng oi 70000 persons gathered thin the cathedral burst into unre ained acclamations tile choir In a hymnof triumph and the bells of Rome rang out a joyful peel It is 57 years since the Romans anti t CORONATION Upon Euiopc assisted In such a function as was held in St Peters Sunday The Papal Procession Inside the Vatican palace there was movement bustle as the papal proSssion composed of about bOO sons all of whom had gathered early the apostolic palace was formed As the procession moVed through the magnificent halls corridors of the tican It recalled former days when l was color and picture within the palace The j In the long procession Another figure which ars of admiration an4 cks was the chaplain ii pe proudly bearing thM which reposed the famous soon to rest on the heal THE PONTIFF ENT i fc He Was Received the With Great Acclamatf The low ceiling sent bacl site echo of the Tues PJ by the Sistine choir wH were heard outside In the r St P SI s45c 5iS 4S-1jiritisft5S i t P 2 c 3 iSSSI 55iS 5S SbSSk i aStaSit e SSSSS iPS 55S 5S S1 Cy4 q 4i I SS C5S5S5t 1m4 1 S55 55w jSSS 5i S5 rN5 I StS 4SI i lines of cardinals clad In silver and withitscred vessels while around stood the papal guards the pontifical court monks and officials surroundedby Peterintochi descended to pray The appear posttionthusiasm The pope then blessed the Indulgentiam onhisceremony upon the popes arm At coronationCardinalMacchit attachedpins saying Receive this sacred pallium as a symbol of the fulness of the pontifical office hi honor of Almighty Gosh the motherhePaul and the Holy Roman Catholic was then celebrated with great THE Placng the Tiara the Popes Head and and rSp pomp and ceremony Following this Cardinal MacchI performed the rite of incensing the pope whom he subse quently kissed three times on the and chest as did Cardinals egna and VannutehlivKISSED HIS HANDS AND FEET Cardinals etoirons bed t hands Sebr and right v y 5I ed to r tI1 5j t m4 auSS Sq r fS 4S5hSS tu sr sl Iii e Ltayiguing 5SS raised Card 51flfl the At this 4th the sliver SS Ins of- I been s Jressed d with SS- bu art 4S thet t gs earlS55S5 who is tnries rom the t 4 flhas5S5Svan firm an flour 5machl n 5S5 iwill be SS 1500000 5 ition fcriptlor jcelebra nane at l Reached equired SS 4 roun aAAI nicme e die ru fl ee5uStL1 id of 19Jiy her- SS SS Is f mc I 55S A textile f jaugu i aft 5 0000 4futlveV Mon LaSS 55alTc Clo L- dfrc raiL Interesting State News wv55w5t5r5c5jrw5rrrUt Swwv w DEMAND A NEW VENIRE Powers Attorneys Claim Only Demo crats Were Summoned Georgetown Ky Aug 5 When court convened Tuesday the attorneys for Caleb Powers began a determined fight tn prevent going into his third trial for alleged conspiracy In the Goebel killing at this time Their first step was to offer an affidavit for a continuance setting forth what cer tain absent witnesses would prove present Simultaneously they offered a plea of abatement supported by an other affidavit dealing with the ma ter of the Taylor pardon to Powers acheldvalid the higher court based its de clslon on the journals of the general ththethese journals are in error and asit the trial judge now to permit them 30 behind these records and show thu wathatvalid Judge Robbing overruled faGeorgetownvcnlrcmen summoned from Bourbon fewasTwelve men were selected Including Charles Penn who was later excused anbecausemen were examined and excused be fore the vacancy was finally filled by CSGeorgecepted by the commonwealth Is as fol tows J H Wilson W S Williams Frank Hazelwood AIbcrt Mitchell George thDotygins Jack Howard and George W loGeorgetowncourt convened esforisonire of Bourbon county citizens called for jury service charging the deputy sheriffs had not performed their duty Impartially Judge Robbins heard tI Chmatter away from the partially accept ed jurors oftionC JWaalley a Bourbon county repu bhMean Both affidavits charge that 90 Veniremcri summoned all but two are democrats They charge that Wil liam Rogers and Zach D Lusby the d hputy sheriffs who summoned the enirt went to Paris and there con sulted Jim Burk and Joe Williams a deputy sheriff and constable respec lively f Bourbon county and togeth r with them summoned the venire purposely passing by republicans to get democrats The court In overruling the motion for a new venire said The sheriff is as much an officer of the court as the judge and itis presumed will do his duty under his oath to let the affidavit of a defendant set ills work Sat naught would be expressing no con fidence in his work as an officer Who this other affiant Is I do not know but o have sworn as ho did he must have accompanied the sheriff through the county If you should dismiss a man reputable and qualified for jury service because of his politics we could never get a jury to try this or any other case in the commonwealth I will overrule the motion The attorneysfor Powers challenged Jurors J C Howard Thos Padgett F Hazelwood J W Doty G W F kconams ThtBVrfriiVe Jnrots teaUy ceptcd by boti sides J S5 Munson L J Mitchell Dennis Hanley and Tom Redmond were ac cepted and court took a recess the first 100 ve iremenx having been ex hausted Effort to Protect Bull Bats Bowling Green Ky Aug S Hun ters who are killing bull bats in the absence of doves arc to be prosecuted In this county by the League of Ameri can Sportsmen of which R L Brash beartative These birds can not be used hasof bugs and Insects are protected by law To Auction the Flag Louisville Ky Aug 8C Baum berger the Swiss consul here has re fused to pay 225 duty on a Swiss flag he imported for his office The flag has been stored in the government bonded warehouse where it will re 1mainat auction Toy Pistols Tabooed Louisville Ky Aug 6The board of aldermen has passed an ordinance forbidding the sale or purchase of toy pistols in this city This ordinance provides a floe of not less than 5 or more than 100 for the sale purchase or possession of a toy pistol Veteran Kentucky Editor Dead Owensboro Ky Aug 7JttheSterrett the veteran Weekly Plain Dealer died at his home In Hawesvlllo Thursday afternoon Heart trouble was the direct his death He had been ill causethe past six weeks Rolled Out ofa Car Middleburg Ky Aug Wesley Hague of this place a brakeman m the Cincinnati Southern railroad went to sleep and rolled out of a car yraila passing through Kings Mountain tun nel One arm was cut off Attorney Cook Enters Somerset Ky Aug 7The resigna tion of O H Waddle as nominee of the republican party for circuit judgebaa the Twenty eighth judicial created a furore In political circles Attorney J R Cook of this place has announced his candidacy He Is Unit ed States commissioner- Recruiting For the Marine Cope Louisville Ky Aug 8Corp Shear er who has charge of the recruiting station of the United States marine corps at the custom house is rapidly enlisting young men The Hargls Obsequies Carlisle Ky Aug 7 The remains of the late Judge Thomas F Hargls formerly judge of the court of appeals from this district and chief justice one terra arrived hero from Springfield O where he died at the home of his son inlaw Addison Rogers The funeral took place Friday morning Smallpox at Prestonburg r rib Ky Aug 6 Moses Qeaihemt colored has developed a ase of timallpox A EwraV r of peri sons mostly Negroes hr 3 e josed rtO the disease i BIG FIRE IN COVINGTON Property to the Amount of 175000 Went Up In Smoke Covington Ky Aug 8A dlsas trous fire in this city Friday night caused a loss of over 175000 Time following were d Co ofnsumerscarriage factory H Hello feed store New England distillery Hagcrr sa loon and the F Steudebcck Co Ifsp un geknowntcin A call for help was sent to the Ciada sp ferondedros the river With this assistance e fire was gotten under control In a fe sawThe fire originated apparently in e carriage manufacturing establish ent of J H Hartke Sons at S69 sand 71 Pike street ats consumed and ten persons over comeICOf the ten rescued nine are of one mimy being Mrs Henry Gllndmeyer d her eight children Brands from the burning buildings ll in showers on the surorunding property Householders organized Are brigades end armed with garden hose d buckets they fought the flames on the roofs DOERHOEFERS WILLer He Leaves His Large Estate In Trust For His Two SonsDLouisville Ky Aug 8The will of e late John Doerhocfer was probat Friday morning With the excep tion of 2000 for the care of his burial t and 4000 to his sister Fredricka hindler Mr Doerhocfer leaves his tate in trust for his two sons Louis and John Edward The estate valued at from 700000 to 1000000 hen the sons reach the age of 30 years each Is jo receive bne half of his share and when they reach the age of 40 years they are to receive the other alf However from the shaie of each the sum of 25000 is to b6 deducted all to be held in trust during the lives thq sons they tofoeelveUho Income their death the sum Is to go to their eirs CASSADYS THREAT Death to Any One Who Bothered Him But He Was Killede Inez Ky Aog 6Jacob Cassady was shot and Instantly killed by Sam uel Rouk at the mouth of Bull creek Cassady it Is said stepped into R douksthreatened to kill the first one who bothered him Rouks wife attempted to wrench the gun from him and he filled her face full of snotVhereupon Rouk seized a 22callber target rift and shot him In the head killing him instantly No arrests as yet Storm Damaged CropsUOwensboro Ky Aug rain storm accompanied by wind did great damage to crops Wednesday aft crnoon George finks store was blown down at Yelvington Hall fell beatlngsdown corn and tobacco which was damaged greatly two days ago Small streams are overflowing the low lands Wilbur Hopkins Arrested PInevllle Ky Aug 8WIlbur Hop Ins rhars wUK YAlltng Qeo Cole t Barbourvllle about three years ago has been arrested by Sheriff Howard near this place Hopkins was arrested at the time of the killing and placed in jail but soon made his escape He was suffering from a gunshot wound in the leg when captured Stock Yards Destroyed By Fire Louisville Ky Aug 6Fire caused by lightning Wednesday evening de stroycd the Bourbon stock yards and two buildings adjoining Four hum I dred and fifty head of sheep were The loss Is about 250000 with Insurance onehalf1 Capt Eber art Dlllman and Pipeman Richard Moore were injured by falling timbers Inflict the Death Penalty Mayking Ky Aug LAfter the jury was out only ten minutes it reach ed a verdict in the Clifton Branham case at Wise C H Va and he was given the death penalty for the sour der of his wife on Bold Camp creek in Eastern Wise county in October t02SRubles Found in a Bottle Smiths Grove Ky Aug 8In un wrapping a bottle of medicine at the home of Daniel Keith a neatly tied up piece of cambric was found Upon ex amination It was disclosed that sev oral rubies of brilliant luster were hid den in the rag It Is estimated that these rubles are worth about 200 New Hal Dedicated Central City Ky Aug 8The new A O U W hall a handsome two story brick building with stone and emblematic decorated front erected and owned by Queen of Kentucky lodge No 44 Ancient Order United Workmen was officially dedicated Barn and Stock Burned By Lightning Leltchfleld Ky Aug 8A barn be longing to Aoluntlne Dunn who lives four miles northwest of l ltchfleld was struct by lightning and three horses two mules and three head of cattle werevkilled Gets Two Years in the Pen West Liberty Ky Aug 8The jury in the case of the commonwealth against Sidney Elam charted wktr killing Constable Cruse last April re turned a verdict of guilty and fixed his punishment at two years In the penitentiary Kentucky Merchant Dead MaykingKy Aug 8Gtddeu Ison aged 61 years one of the best known country merchants in Eastern Ken tucky and a wealthy farmer died at Line Fork creek in the sou them part of Letcher county Friday Educator Shot and Killed Madlsonvllie Ky Aug 7As a re suit of old family troubles John Kern per shot and killed Welborn Dcwees1 Wednesday night at Carrsvllle Kern per has made his escape but officers are in pursuit Dewees was a prominent educator Aged Man Killed By a Train Newport Ky Aug 6At man ot about 70 years of age was killed near the Newport race track Wednesday afternoon He was walking along a trestle on the L fir N when a train struck Mm Peath was instantaneous i r E5 Hl ITarTeit MOOB A young friend of mine maid Eenitor teph5 W Bailey married not long ago1 a woman of 50 years She ff rica an iiglv hewashaniuomcandpoor I day after their wedding I met thejbride and bridegroom on a traveling west The bridegroomwent iftto rt i e emoking compartment with rae we v lighted up He smoked gloomily HeWM t- entsil a whiltf I Well Jcksaid Iso this jS3UVSDont call yhOSnSPy moon he Mid ItS the barveit jnooa with me NY Tribune s Ste Didnt Care Maplehill la Aug lOtbI felt as though 1 didnt care whether I lived or died timeIn BarfooV rthis place describe her condition Every woman who Ior has been sjck and uf feriDB will understand and appreciate jtittShoiilis Barf oo t felt and t here are 0sloubt many thousands of similar cafea 1is truly an awful thing when a womVV ts to that she can say 1 dont girt hether I live or die But Miss Barfoot tchia diuerentctorr io y nod her words guide ever cut ung woman to the path of healthaap I used DoddV Kidney 1mil1and I am 1 cured 1 feel hike a new and would to every roizan suffering as I didgireSy odds Pill a trial and utll not be disappointed They are worthy ot the praise Didnt Like to Boaf How are you getting on with yourmu5r m 1 dear inquired a of her Vellof counic replied the niece dif fid entlyit wqiildnt be proper for ine to t mrcelf bt tome of the neigh I have told me have staid awake at night for hour listening to my playing mlSStray StoriesSGet What Yon Ask For 4 i When you tee an article welladvefii edli th e newspapers you be sure its a gooi article for advertising only riay if the good v peoplehow tide likeCaearetsCandvCathartjeforexS 5a ample take their whole business exidencei itson doing what they it will Thrust make goodas time saying i Readis of this paper are urged to be sure that they get what ak for when they ask ro an advertised article for its the jn that is imitated andconnterfeitud 4 on t accept substitute Insist on gettlfctJV the genuine T nf Kept a Secret Wife Think I cant keep a eecret do you SSHuband Yes I do i Well 1e worn an old hat trimmed for the past two months and I havenlt toldty a soul yet to thereN Y Weekly The Home That JackBallt of th readlimemoneymaking in c ontiguouthereto Send twoctrftstamp lor copy ol this pamphlet Katy publications as attractive and intere itmngAddrea KATY Sujte A s In the Family She And are you a descendant ot the old f of the van Bibbers lieNo not exactly but my brothet is Judge Si Shake Into Your Shoe Allens FootEase Teurei painful swollen smarting sweating feet Makes new shoes asy Sold and Shoe Stores ont any substitute FREE ddressASO1mstedLeRoyNY S Some people caid Uncle Ebtn mae ine ders doin deir hull in life whets d picks up a fo leafcoreran waits foi luck to Come Washington Stars e Slop Ihe Connh nd works off the cold Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Price 23 centif The reason tome men teem to have such ready answers ift because are wrong l Washington la Democrat Three trains a day Cbicago to Calufori Oregon and Washington Chicago t Inion Pacific XorthWestern Line The best capital to begin life on U acapital wifeso a woman says Philadel phia Do not believe Pisos Cure for UonsumSu F coldaJBoyerTrinmtyl5pning t Unless a man has scored at least one fail auccehicago T 5e eolii throujjh trains Chicago a lafiiOia Chu50 Union Pacific 43 55 NortUAestern JiF volumeburriedi Oplam and Liquor Habits Cared Book free BJLWooUeyMDAUantaUaS Lifes little frets call for its largest faith Rams Horn Carpets can be colored on the floor with Fadeles Dyes Kee out of the ruts of prejudiceFarSand Home THE PINKHAM CURES A1Thfl jTIIIO MrsFrancesStaffOrdof243ES 114th St NY City adds her tes timony to the hundreds of thouSsands on Mrs Pinrdharas files When Lydia E Pinkhams Reme dies were first introduced skeptics alt over tbo country frowned upon their curative claims but as year after year ias by and the little group of women who had been cured by the new discovery has since grown into a vast army of hundreds of thousands doubts and skepticisms have been swept away as by a mighty flood until today the great good that Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and her other medicuies are doing among the women of America is attracting the attention of of our leading scientists physicians and thinking people Merit alone could win such fame wise therefore is the woman who I for a cure relies upon Lydia E plnkhamsVecetableComponnd Krotnuaerfrom SpllepsjrFtii Falling Sick tSseas St VIluss Dance or o bare Chit dren relatIves friends or neighbors that oo so or know people that are afflicted say NewSTreatment Immediately relieve and PKMANENTLY CURE theta sad ny m areSto da Is to send for my FREBTBEAT MCNT and try It It baa CUBED thousands wbere everything else tailed Will be seal IS package absolutely free expresi prepaid My Illustrated Book Epilepsy ExplalnsdSFREE by miii Please give name SAGE sad fall addres All correspondence prcfessIonflJSccnOdentlaU WflMAYMDS94 fine trt tfcw York itjrr- N 5SS yuI c I MlL 1 i t TheSummer Time ExcessI Lifet1j d Sermon by the Highway and Byway Prescher IJrrs nJJ Edsit1 Chlcftgd Sunday August 9 aextEery man that strlveth lmI4 nasttry Is temperate In all thlngsI ba fAT ATUUE apparently loses control of her forces at times and the rainfall becomes a cloudburst or the days of glaring sunshine and excessive heatlengthen Into the blighting drought The flooded al leys and the Jr ttashcdout grain fields or the parched r t4 ground and withering crbps tell the sad story of excess and destruction i1 i and pne realizes that the needful re IcL freshing rain and lifegiving sunshine 44 way Jbccome messengers of when v given with unrestrained hand It ii V BO with all good things In life That ti which is necessary and beneficent a 3within reasonable bounds becomes a tT frt evil when it leaps those fj J bounds and runs riot In the limitless field of excess Man Is In constant danger of converting good Into evil liy reason of excess Where the tIe 1 sires and appetites arc allowed to con trol the life this Is readily apparent SOne excess follows another desire Vhad an eager race In one direction I r 1 f today and tomorrow U Is something v vise that consumes the time and at t Ftentlon It Is said that no good thing W bas ever come Into the world but that rT It has been put to base and unwhole 4 1l t tomevuEe bysome The people of the i world as distinguished from the lito- J j ra fesElng Christian are not expected to 4begoverned by the same high stand ards which should control the latter The man In whose life Christ isiot Psupreme hope anti ruling iJnr must look within himself for the con 4 I trol ahd conduct of his lire and b thn 4 Degree that he permits his desiregand appetites to rule to thatdegreewlll rood become evil And yet he Is notsnb ectJoJhe same cond mP1t2 all the t Ch Iawhqmlght go to same a i degree of excess for as we haYC saidi 4L tlhere Is a higher and holler moilve ruling In tie latter life Our text t gIves us the Ideal as well as the prac of the Chigtian1HO t shquidbe temperate In all things 4 cau 6 jtrlviBg for Victory and a fl ft crbwn The Vrce Isrhbt run until I U eaih is swallowed up In victory the rqwn Is not won until the presence of 1 Jesus Is gained from Whose hands the 4 4i reward of service Is obtaned bV4 ai vvi PAUL takes his illustration of the at tltude and life of the Christian q trm the Roman arena or tho Greek JIti stadium The contestant must by yetIs 4 f plain diet temperate e nod care training prepare habitsI t conflict or the race If he the mastery he must be Ersieraperate in all things And he does a all this Paul goes on to saytowina i Iperlshable chaplet of fig or laurel leaves But the Christian trains and strives that he may win a crown that ftmJrruptlbll Many ran over be inIso who runs For Pawl says I therefore t so run not as so tight 1 k1 ci not as onethat beateth the slrjTekncw there was a crown Jfor him for at the end of his course be exclaimed 1 as the celestial city began to break 1 upon his vision Ihav fought a gopc 4t fight I havw ketoth amilience forth there Is lam up f n S crown ofjrighteousness which 1lrI this Vrihteo s Judge ahati glvt inc fThat Z day And then as he reai ee how a nil Christians may so run so ob g tain he adds And not to mt fcr but unto all them that love ills np 1 pearing Christian life Is a battleheld aj THE Isa conflict constantly within a and without It is not a pleasure park I laid out with flowery beds of ease on 5 which to rest In idle content It Is not a safe retreat In which to hide while 4I j the soul sings and sleeps itself Into everlasting bliss It Is a battlefield Ifmeans conflict It means selfdenial trial and danger It means earnest endeavor and persistency And the one who does not findthe Christian t ilteJI 4 ittirecUon of the Heavenly gqal1r Jtay have a name to live Itt hI Is dead He may be Identified wlh tjie great army of the cross of yesus ClrjsV Kl U hrou h the r eqnfllcfof alfeAruiarlagxthe p rsecu tod4 r In the conflict In the persecutions the a + trials and the Jiangers he is not a true I i soldier and his false position W Stevealed In the light of eternity lllbe1 If the Christian life is such an worldtevery mj f 4Christian who would strive for the 4 f Hiastery must be temperate la all- VV tblr gaMan fixes a good many differ 4 ent standards but God has but one God does not place restrictions upon one christian and give license to an a other All must run the race of the gaintSV things In work religious and secur zr r iX tar in eating and Bleeping and jn roe i nation and pleasures VVV THE summertime always em 5V s ose thing the lapse of TheSTzIl ci ferent person from thVChrstlaryTh- filS the fall and w lertlmeThe J Her 4St 4 holds himself to his Chrlstlsndlltr zcV ned amoBg his home asjoclates and friflBdslhe walks 7n Christian livery H l8 kfaown asa ChrisUmand he i acts as cee iBut with the corn s JiiiE of the summer time comes the jeflngVdOWfl of tJebarsand In the ai 5L flejrts of jVworld 8 pleasures the i 1Ciiistlan roam in careless abandon ktt The suaamertlme Is considered a pen- 1 cd of careless ease and license The vacation period Is welcomed as a time r ti In which alljeliglpus restraint may be jproperly WB off and rest and rec t tPstlon become synonyms for unre d FraInd Indulgence Ineyerywblm Frni desire The conscience may be cune7 bt a nervous laugh aad the 7ti worth OhIUsBlyvacatloaand J fin do as I please now puts the ionsdence to sleep Awhile the Chrisc Man continues on hls free and easy I wiy i rUOW ChrisUans who do things h The SBMBBerr tIthes and When away s their rXcatlms whlcn they would 4j ayer tiII of doTng during other t the r1WkO rn to LaRe J r VTi XI P sb I P r t f r t 1 7 f jift i c i Ip J t 1 f1 t J themselves believe they arc all right because summer time and vacation bring peculiar license I know Chris tians who are thoughtful of the fords day and deplore Its desecration at all times except when on their vacations Then Sunday counts only as one more day of the vacation to be conveniently traveled in or made part of the unin terrupted pleasures of the other days of the week NOT misunderstand me I am DOnot defending the Pharisaical Sabbath In which the letter is ob served and the spirit forgotten Sun day observance at home or away from home Is not constituted by so many SundayItens In the Bible read Man was not trade for the Sabbath but the Sabbath was made fv man in which he might by whatever he did draw nearer to God and reat in Him One may do nothing worse on the Sabbath day than seek physical rest and ease and yet by that attitude desecrate the day and dishonor God unless In that seek ing of the physical need there were purpose and desire to profit and en rich the spiritual life Jesus Sabbath lays were filled with activity but It was to the blessing of man and the glorifying of God It In not so much what you do on the Lords day but the motive which lies hack of the con duct which determines whether you as a Christian have desecrated the day or not But not only Sunday but the other days of the wrek are marred by the summertime excess Let us see wherein this txcess lies Let us see if the Christian life lnd conflict arc to laid aside during the summer and tyacatlon titae Lei us see if It Is need ful that they should be to have a Jol ly good and refreshing time Everyman that strlveth for the msstery Is temperate In all things Temperate in all things whether It is while the languor of summer heat is felt and the voice of fair Nature Is calling away to change and rest or while the vigorous air of fall and winter is urging to fresh activities summertime excess of theTHE finds expression In his life in two directions In the neglect of the accustomed devotions and activi ties of the Christian life and In the Indulgence In pleasures and associations which Ire demoralizing and questionable Many a promising Chris tian life is wrecked upon the rocks of summertime excess It betiD8fvlth the passive attitude of neglect and- ends with the active participation In the questionable and hurtful It be gins with the excessive Indulgence In summertime pleasures of a wholesome sort to the titter crowding out oC the Lord and Intercourse with Him Ad prepares the feet later to tread itt the bypaths of sin Why Is It that It takes weeks and months after the summer Is passed to bring the church back to a spiritual condition whi re It Is ready to do effective work Why Is It that the summer time Is not con tributive to the Christian work of the fall but Is destructive of it Why Is it so commonly charged and justly so that the Christian takes a vaca lion but the devil never Js thnrr not one answer to all these questions j Is t s pn bause f ui ir m Ttlme nxcea iiif Ibrt n ou r Ut ejoyV thfruaimEr time He nre u nl untitled toJtis vacation Buulils tnjoy meal of the summer should be of such a temperate character that as the gold en days of summer unfold into the hazy days of autumn he will be In better spiritual condition than ever be fore and more fitted for the new and 1iTer demands which the Lord Is al Vas making of His followers rSUMFr and dls so rapidly In these days aW the vacation period has taken such universal and promi nent place in the lives of the people orthls nation that It Is not surpris- Ing that thelr influence should be felt in the life of the church and In the life of the Christian It is becoming more and more apparentIn the churChes o the cities more particu Ianlythiat a new distracting ten- 1n mu t be dealt with The sum er f ason and the vacation period It eing so emphasized that religious obligations are lost sight of Every thing Is sacrificed that the summer plans may be carried out Excess marks every step of the way from the time In the late winter or early spring when plans and thoughts for the summer are allowed to monopolize the at tention down through the nrtual days of the summer Indulgences And somehow the Christian Is coming to believe that the summer time and Vacation to be real and beneficial must be entirely separated from religious thought and activity It Is a painful fact that multitudes of Christians are encouraging themselves in the belief that spirituality and Christian service have no rightful place in the outing Instead of being temperate his summer pleasures there Is an ter abandon to the gorging of the physical while the spiritual starves j many Christians are careful to HOW their Bibles in their grips when starting off on their vacations You can help answer this question by telling what you yourself have done The bodily needs and comforts are assiduously looked after when the trunk Is being packed and everything which possibly may be needed for the better enjoyment of the trip are taken thejeoulfqrgetfulness of the spiritual Oh I am not going off to read mi1Tomay n your of Nature when at home you may not be so situated as to have Gods Word mingle In sweet harmony with the voice and expression of Nature as you ate When away on jrpuit vacation You Way lose fresh visions of God and new glimpses of the birds aad trees and flowers If you shuttlife Lord ojjt of your vacation andBflJfftQ have a good time at all hazards I la nnr safe and unwise to go away n the vacation without the conscious pres ence of Jesus accompany you We sing Anywhere with Jesus cau safely go and have in mind the4 lac of trial and danger aod distress but into the pleasures of life and upon 1tbe vacations we somehow feel that caa w1k wfely i1E t1li I J7 VO5 r f 1 f if ni A11 0 iItr I a tiVV J Christian needs the Lord with him upon his vacation as at no other time for Il is then that myriad temptation come when the conventionalities and restraints of home are severed And if Bible reading and prayer are ne glected In order that the pleasures ol the hour may be more freely and fully Indulged In the soul suffers greatly and perhaps Irreparably even If the physical does not Bet With the Christian the soul cannot be starved and despised without its having a reflex influence upon the physical A foilnourished tranquil body nevet shelters an uneasy conscience and Ill nurtured sou- llirVEUY man that slrlvcth for the C mastery Is temperate In all things What would you think of the athlete who Indulged in his every whim until the day of the race and then suddenly real izing that be must get himself into con dition would agonize and fret In the effort Could he expect to win Could he hope to make creditable showing What can the Christian expect in the fall If the summer has shattered his spiritual health by Its excesses He cannot hope to be In condition for the work his Lord would have him do At the last moment he cannot agonize In prayer and cram Gods Word Into his soul fo as to be equipped for service Christians too ut tie realize that the reason for many a failure and defeat dates away hack to the Indulgence and neglect of days gone by The summertime ctcesslears fruit In a fall anil winter barren of spiritual results The Divine admonitions Be Instant In season and out of season Pray without ceasing Do good unto all men are In for e as much during the summertime as during the other seasons of the year Your prayers during the summer will determine how much bless- Ing you and your church arc to have In the fall Your faithfulness to religious- obhigationsinthesummerwihi determine how well prepared you are for ihe work of the fall But It must not be supposed that this intensity of Christian life and service this ceaseless prayer this con start attitude of helpfulness to those about are In conflict with the keenest en joyment of the summer time or Is a handicap to the most refreshing and restful vacation To be Instant In sea eon and out of season does not mean that you may not leave the present work In hand and seek new scenes and surround lags To pray without ceasing does not mean that you must go around with a prayer rug In your hands and your eyes rolling Into Heaven These are not so much admonitions to outward expres sion as to Inward attitude And If the inward state of the soul Is one of prayer and eager yearning for service there will be the constant and refreshing expression in the life of that temperate en joyment of all things which Paul urges in our text And God expects all Chris tians to be of this type That He Is fre- Quently and sadly disappointed Is cer taln But If the Christian would hope to win the mastery he must be temperate In all things even In the summertime ease and the vacation rest I other thing which Is often In- ONE In the Christians summer time excess That is the extrav agance which is encouraged and allowed during the vacation time Many a debt Is contracted in the summer which brings worry and trouble all the rest of the year The desire and ambition have been to go to a certain place to enjoy certain things and when the funds are not adequate to covert eexpensell the temptation comes to run Into debt and the pricking con sclcnce Is quieted with the assertion that change and rest must be had and one is Justified In extravagance when the health demands It Speaking generally It can be asserted safely tha one never ought to obtain rest and change on borrowed capital As surely as you do you ruddle yourself with a Burden whlcji 01foil into iUstrc arjtible wfcich jv dtr tiaii oftjulie benefit you gar rd by the expenditure The body cannot be genuinely refreshed while the Inner conscience is condemning you One of the alarming tendencies of our day Is the reckless extravagance of peo pIe generally The Christian is becom- Ing more and more careless of observing the Divine command Owe no man anything but to love one another Debt debt debt on every hand And not Infrequently It is the summertime excess of the vacation expenses which brlngsthesehllghting obligations Dont think for a minute Christian that you can secure real rest and blessing by a va catlotfsecured at the price of a worrying debtIt Is not possible to be n Christian on Sunday and plunge Into tie world and Its Indulgences during the other days of the week It is not possible to do good and effective work ninemonths oJ the year if the other three months are spent in carelessneglect Gods claims upon you The Christian if Christian he be Is striving for the mastery whether dur ing summer heat or winters cold and there is no period of the year In which he may slacken his vigil or tease to fight He must be temperate mall things If be would win He may not yield himself to unrestricted Indulgence in rest and pleasure during the summer time anymore than dnnnlf the winter time Every man thatstrlveth for the mastery is temperate In all thing- sREVIVAIOF THE DEAD Noted PIiy lclnn Iletlevo It Pocalble to nrlnufSome Defunct Per aouV Slack to Life Dr RobertC Kemp a physician of repute has ately brought before the New York cadcmy of Science an ae countof some interesting experiments which he has been conducting on lines which wer suggested some time ago by Dr PrUss He asserts tlufc he be lieves Impossible In many cases to bring back persona to life and to permanent recovery who are apparently dead the method which he has already successfully practiced dogs Is to make a small incision between two of the ribs and to thrust two fingers Into the wound until they touch prepsd11ASfI fused Into the patient and respiration Is induced by a special form of pump a tube from which Is thrust into the windpipe Under this treatment dogs which have been chloroformed to such an extent that no pulsation Is per ceptible hae been brought back to life in 11 Instances out of 23 It Is true that when Dr Kemp tried the same procedure in the case of a human bet ing about a year ago he failed to re suscitate the patient but he believes with the added experience which he has since had that the method would now prove successful In his hands To IlemoYO Sliver Use a fine needle to remove sllven If too deep in the flesh to be reached by or dinary means fill a rather widemouthed t rattle twothirds full of boiling water ama hold the Inured spot close over te in lK The suction draws theflf tow and a little additional pressure tf 4 tait cat tbehpiinier V if- l Jt 4iIoIr i iII NINE VICTIMS ARE DEAD During a Hall Game Portion of a Graiul Stand Fell rho Club Officials Express Sympathy and Announce That the Immedl ate Games at the Ground Will Be Postponed Philadelphia Aug 10Five add loual deaths occurred Sunday as the result of an accident Saturday at the Philadelphia National league baseball park making a total of nine fatalities rwo hundred victims were treated at the various hospitals and it is believed that fully 100 more rccelvtl attention at various drills stores In the vicinity of the baseball grounds Of the in jured still in the hospitals four aro said to be In a critical condition TlC physicians and nurpos at the several hospitals to which the Injured were conveyed worked unceasingly throughout Saturday night securing no rest and taking hut little nourishment Coroner Dugan Sunday began an investigation Into the causes of tIme accident No date has been set for the Inquests hut the coroner said they would be held within ten days President Potter of the Philadelphia Jaselmll ciub who has been out of the city arrived Sunday night accompan ied by President Pulliam of the National leagueVShortly after their arrival a state ment was Issued by the club officials expressing sympathy for the Injured and for the families of the dead and announcing that Immediate games would be postponed Two games were scheduled between Boston and Philadelphia Saturday aft ernoon and the attraction drew over 10000 persons to the ball park The accident occurred during tho fourth Inning of the second game and was Indirectly due to a quarrel between drunken men In the street The Na tional league stands are built of steel and brick the brick wall extending entirely around the grounds At the top of the left field seats and extend ing from the grand stand to the end of the bleachers there was a walk about three feet wide which overhung the street It was this walk that gave way under the heavyweight Men who were standing on the walk jyere attracted by a disturbance In the street They leaned over tho side of the railing to see what was the trouble and this drew the attention of oth er spectators who rushed to the walk to see what was going on below There were 3000 persons sitting In the left field bleachers and the roar made by the falling timber caused a panic The spectators made a rush down the stand and into the field Men and boys climbed over one another in an effort to escape and several persons were hurt In the crush Outside the grounds for an entire block on Fif teenth street from Huntington street to Ichlgh avenue men and boys were writhing In pain Some were burled under the wreckage others were lying in the gutters and dozens were stretched out on Fifteenth street on the car tracks TIlE PRESIDENT ON LYNCHING Gov Durbin Commended For the Atti tude Resumed Recently Oyster Bay N Y Aug 10ln a let ter the publication of which was au thorized Sunday President Roosevelt commends Come Durbin n Indiana for the attitude 1f assltj5L rc sently re cp etlng lynching Tnc jy len a o embrace tho QPporftJhis owV Jm4o lyn Us ii violent generally pointing tIt mob violence Is merely iu form of anarchy and that anarchy is the forerunner of tyranny Tie presi dent vigorously urges that the penalty for that crime which most frequently Induces a resort to lynching shall be applied swiftly and surely but by duo process of tho courts so that It may be demonstrated that the law Is adequate to deal with crime by freeing It from every vestige of technicality and delay x leAIi thoughtful men says the resident must feel the gravest allirm over the growth of lynching in thfs country and especially over the ecul iarly hideous form so often taken by mob violence when colored men arc the victims oh which occasions the mob seems to lay most weight not on the crime but on the color of tho criminal t5Vk rWILLIAM E DODG The New York Millionaire jrtd Philan throplst DeadV Bar HarbpivMc Aug 10 William E Dodge the New York millionaire and philanthropist died Sunday at StanwoodhJssutomcr home here Mr Dodge had been In poor health for several months lie was a member of tho New York metal house of Phelps Dodge Co and was 71 years of age He was one of the founders of the Union League club and wen known as foremost In charitable work NoSunday Baseball In Detroit OSundaybaseball this season and Sundays Detroit Cleveland American league game was therefore postponed and will probably be played on a week day later In the season Sailboat Capsized- St John N B v Aug 10Four youths lost their lives In the Maga guadavic river Jjy the capsizing of a sailboat Sunday The dead are John Chambers George Phillips Guy Henry and Gilbert Henry Killed In a Runaway Watertown Wls Aug 10As a result of a runaway at Rlchwoul Sunday Louis Welkert was seriously injured his wife was killed and their children were fatally Injured The horse ran away on a bill dashing Into a tree and wire fence Despondent Woman bhot Herself Chicago Aug 10Mrs Henry Glover who has been living at the Audi rlum Annex since she came to Chi cago from Nashville last spring while despondent shot herself In the breast It Is believed she will die A Terrific Hall Storm Sioux City Ia Aug 10A terrific hall storm visited Northwestern Iowa Sunday afternoon Corn was stripped and beaten to the ground and some stock ias killed In Sitix City chunks 00 Ice as big as a riMi3 fist felL Took His Life Wltn rosci St Louis Aug 10 sroTjiient be cause of ri health ar ar accumula te if Itbts EuKre WIdener Vjj jd at one timeaf nicat com SundnyJuight rV1 LIEUT GEN MILES RETIRED He Has Ben in Command of the Army Since October 2 1895 Washington Aug 8Lleut Glen Nelson A Miles commanding theI army retires from active service atI noon Saturday having reached the age limit of 04 years Ho was assigned by the president October 2 1895 to command the army of the United States Several other orders resulting from the retirement cf Gen Miles have been Mi IT eEN NFtSOX MIIKS Issued one assigning Lieut Gen Young to the command of the army until August 15 when he will assume the duties of chief of staff another as signing Maj Gen Corbin as president of the soldiers home board another Brig Gen Gillespie aspresident of the hoard on ordinance and fortification and still another assigning Lieut Gen Young as a member of the Sherman statue commission FASTEST TIME ON RECORD Run Made From Ocean to Ocean In 73 Hours and 21 Minutes Los Angeles Cal Aug 8At 106 oclock Friday evening the special train bearing Henry P Lowe chief engineer cf the United States steel corporation drew in at LaGrande sta Ion having completed a run from the Atlantic to the Pacific ocean a dis tance of more than 3200 miles In the fastest time on record Mr Lowe left New York on Tuesday August 4 at 245 p mo and ar rived In Los Angeles 73 hours and 21 minutes later one hour and 21 minutes more than three days of actual running time which includes the three hours gained by running from east to westThe record breaking run just fin ished by Mr owe was undertaken to gain the bedside of his 11yearold daughter who was dying in Los Angeles The child died early Thursday morning but Mr Lowe was not ad vised of her death until well on his way LOST MONEY IN SPECULATION Treasurer of a Preachers Aid Society a Confessed Defaulter Boston Aug 8ln a letter written last Tuesday from Montreal to the pas tor oC his church in East Boston Wll lard S Allen treasurer of the Preach ers Aid society of the New England conference of the Methodist Episcopal church confessed that he was a de faulter to the amount of more than 80000 of the societys funds Mr Allen has been treasurer of the society for 12 years and clerk of the East Boston district court for 29 year and for 16 years was a prominent rarmber of the school committee of vtnsi n He left home about a week lit t tI Uon and the first heard fruui uici time letter to the East Boston clergy maLVMr Allen said that he had lost the money in speculation He requests the minister to notify the members of the Allen family and the officers of the society of his confession CHAMPION JEFFRIES Appeared at An Entertainment For the Benefit of a Cripple San Francisco Aug 8For the first time since he has been in training Champion Jeffries sparred in public at Harbin Springs Thursday night Ho appeared at an entertainment given for the benefit of a cripple and boxed three rounds each with Fitzsimmons Joe Kennedy and Jack Jeffries He appeared to be In splendid condition and apparently quicker on his feet than formerly FOUND GUILTY The Disturbers of the Booker T Wash ington Meeting Sentenced Boston Aug 7 Granvllle Martin William M trotter and BernardV Charles who were found turbing de Booker T Washington meeting at the Zion M El church a week ago were Friday sentenced Martin and Trotter to serve 30 days In prison the maximum penalty under the law and Charles was fined He paid the fine and the others appealed The Irish Land Bill London Aug 8Thelrlsh land bill passed the committee stage In the house of lords Friday night after a IcnRthy discussion and amendment In the course of the division the goy ernment was threri times defeated Third reading takes place Tuesday Rr Adm Reaniy to Retire Washington Aug 8Rr Adra Geo Cf foamy the ranking officer of his grade will be retired on Monday He was appointed to the navy from Iowa in 1855 and reached the grade of rear admiral In 1898- Declines the Appointment Santa Fe N M Aug 8Clement M Smith who Friday Sent a telegram froM Hastings Mich spying that he had declined to accept the appointment as chief Justice of View Mexico tendered him recently by President Roosevelt Grand Jury Takes a Recess Washington Aug 8The grand Jury has taken a recess for one week BO no further indictments In connection with the post office department In vestigation will be reported locally within that timeVWant Special Cable Service Ottawa Ont Aug 8A resolution from the minister of finance granting 15000 a year for three years 10000 for the fourth year and 15000 for the firth year to aid the Canadian press in getting a special cable service with Britain was adopted American Professor Drowned London Aug 8The Morning Leader prints a dispatch Saturday morning from Berne Switzerland which says that Dr Menyer an American proles or was drowned white swimming lc the lake tttre r iflIi t 1 THEY SIT ON THRONES Tlie kingof Denmarkwlio is 85 years old is one of ten children of whom thrlee survive rIle average uge of the ten is nearly 7t The late queen wail one of five who averaged 65 ycitrs Their descendants occupy or wllfl occupy the throncsRf irpnt Britain Russia Denmark Greece anti Baden The sliah of Persia does not wish the public to feast their eyes on the beauty of his wives When his nu merous spouses go out for a ride or a stroll a troop nf attendants pro cede them at a distance of a few him tired fort shouting Run and hide yourselvest Pe estaians and all others then sea taper indoors At a dinner Chancellor Yon Billow gave befonj his Vecent departure for Italy Kmpctror Willinju met Prof lclitzsch fur the first time wince his majesty criticised the professors lec ture on tillS Babylonian origin of the lil le ITje professor is hard of hear ing und Ilile emperors part of the dialogue was consequently in n rath 1ellIhimbroken a linec together since I sun you Onlune lance your majesty responded the professor refer ring tci the Jnct that he lint never re plied to the empcrorj Victor Kioinnnuul of Italy is quite a little fellow but more tItan once he has shown liimsclf to be a man of dauntless eoninigc At one time when holding tIn rank of colonel in a regi meat of artillery he was interested with the testting of a new cannon He conipanledinventor At the first shot the huge engine of destruction exploded near the lireeeh with a terrible crash and the panicslrinkcn men lleil hired p1 tately Not so Victor Emmanuel who dill not stir an inch but turning with an amused smile to the frightened officers reassured theme thiaffi ugly Xo danger now gentleqlcn lie said calmly you je tied before the explosion j Prominent among the Ijing of Por tugals varied mates Is an KnglUlt passion for sports of all kmnutkuuuiul it is known that once when duke of Brignnza he entered the ring to faco n bull with points imbatecl that Is to say not paddeil ns is generally the case in Portugal ns distinguished from Spain One of the ladies of the court bad dared the luke to face a bull with its horns unguarded antI so lie entered the arena in the Spanish manner incognito though every one knew rfho the bold bandcrillo was Unfortunately the duke slipped nnd fell but starting up Before the bull could charge again lIe ran for the barricade and cleared it at a bound just a moment onrtwo before the in furiated animal splintered the woodwork with its horns THE DINNERPAIL BRIGADE i Laborers in Holland receive but five cents an California mine owners have organ ized to fight the labor unions The progress in organized labor has not failed to make its impression on the Chinamenof New York city where an incorporated union hiajust been formed Rnowp ns tla6T Jook lAm VorkingmcnT3 union Minnesota has had 383 strikes ip 20 years 1633 establishments having been concerned and 69110 employes having been thrown out of employment Time number of lockouts in the tame period was only 23 affecting 91 establishments anil forcing 2952 em ployes into temporary idleness- A curious strike has broken out a St GerniainLeyal Loire France theIpublic vnsuihioiiictVd refused to re turn unless they nrr gina minimum salary of two francs a diyrand iyt pints of wine f MOUNTAIN CLIMBING The Himalayas have several peaks over 28000 feetnnd more than a thousand vhich have been measured exceed 20000 feetVOne of the pleasures President Roosevelt had promised himself hail not an extra session of the senate been necessary was the ascent of Mount Shasta The highest point to which a man lies ever climbed is 23050 feet to the summit of the Andean peak Acon cagua The feat was accoinplishcd by two men sent out by the Royal Geographical society- In time Alps Mont Blanc time high est is tedious but easy Delicate women make it by hundreds without much danger The lower Mnlterhorn when conquered took four lives Whyraper one of the three who es caped death afterward brohe his le by falling off a platform at a lecture MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Aug CATTLECommon 2 75 ti 4 00 Heavy steers 500 5 25 CALVES Extra C 75 HOGS Ch packers 5 50 5 60 Mixed packers 5 45 5 55 SHEPExtra 3 10 325 LAMBSExtra 615 625 FLOUR Spring pat 4 35 4 70 WHEATNo2 red 77 No3 winter 7- 8CORNNo2 mixed 53 OATSNo2 mixed 3- 4RyENo2 57 HAYCh timothy 17 50 PORKClear family 15 50 LARDSteam 7 50 BUTTER Ch dairy 12 Choice creamery 20V APPLESFancy 2 00 3 00 POTATOES Per bbl 175 2 00 TOBACCONew5Q 900 Old 5 50 13 00 ChicagoSFLOUR Winter pat 375ago 79YNo3CORNNo2 mixed v 52 OATSNo 2 mixed 35 37J6 RYENo2 lit 52 PORKMess 13 20 13 25 LARDSteam 7 85 7 87Jr New York FLOUR Win sfrts 3 35 35WHEATNo 2 red 847 CORN No 2 mixed 59V4 59 OATS No 2mlxed 38 RYE Western 58 ft PORK Family 17 00 17 50 LARDSteam 8 00 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 79 80 CORNNo2 mixed 56 66i OATSNo 2 mixed 41 CATTLESteers 5 00 5 25 HOGSWestern 6 75 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 7- 9ORNNo3 mixed 55 OATSNo 2 mixed 35 PORKMess i 14 50 LARDSteam 7 75 Indianapolis 7GyCORNNo2PATS NP 2 wixqLV Q 3Jty p tji1iifTHb a ttCIO5S Jjf SV Af fi J y f 1t t rIiY osr I1It r7 r Ir f f ffS5 H f r 1cr J 1 + J qi g kI J r J li i ti t u s SENATOR FROM SOUTh f f 5rrRecommends Peruna v Nr Lti JiFor Dyspepsia and StornarIj l l t ExSenator M C Butler xxxx x x x x Ifyoudo not derive prompt and satis factory results from the use of Peruna write at once to Dr Hartman giving a full statement of your case and he will be pleased to give you his valuablead vise gratis ofITOhio Here a combined treatment that does What ONE medicine CAN NOT DO The complete obliteration of that dread Con It tll tlie very Great Tim Dr Slivum method of treatment consists of Four Specific Remedies as Illustrateabove Bear of AM Pao Sladle Vnfftt Sttow sau euI- V LRO in Ill I 1b FOR FOR FiR ULLSW SKIN CURE SICK PI SO CURE F Bett Cou b Syrup taste ooeVie totlma Bold dni lita VSSVV Catarrh of the Stomach fa Ctn Called Dyspepsia to VT v Produce Artificial Digestion Is Generally Taken Hence Pepsin Pancrtatin and a Host of Other Digestive Remedies w Has Been Invented These Remedies Do Not Reach the Seat of the Difficulty Which fa Really Catarrh c- EX U S senator M C Butler from South Carolina was Senator from s that state for two terms In are s f can recommend Peruna for dys t pepsla and stomach trouble I have It Is Indeed a wonderful medicine be sides a good tonic M C Butler The only rational way to cure dyspqp 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Bridgeport ConaV I PAY SPOT CASI FO- MILITARY BOUNTY Iud to soldier cC any ear Writ me etoneerFItZiK IIEJEII iiarb Block I UTI TF11t7 for eel t 5fle 5 1 Ipqrc 11W fln OeIs 1 4Spag book freeLoimi eror1en iIljbesre1erenesWfIzUg5jaU II lPJO ftwItIDgtbebeireofjirI youor I andoiberiands N KE 1982 A r- wzr vii TO aBvLlaTIszrw E n +WI l ticLt1ctlF 1if S h iij l i 4 1 1 t iJl fl i T 1 t IIfJ rot OUTLOOK r f 1L4QK PILflLISILING co t i1tr4 K 1 rs ER YEA IN ADVANCE 4 iA70 Address nil communications to THK OUTLOOK PIJUMSIIINTI C or to t l f0Kyc t Snbpcribefn desiring fchnnge olwe iddresssmiWaiwnysgIviirovioi tiddrtBs when writingora Correspondents wlicn out of stn I icinerv should mention fact on n e separate slip of papor THURSDAY AUG 13 1003 j Zt 1t ANNOUNCEMENT For Ma lstratb We nro milhorized to nnnoiincc 5II ThoranbJ Jones as n candidate ti tluccecdhlruself uB tllgitrnto In- 4 F Owingsville district No 6 subject 4I to the notion ot tho Democratic olpnrtvFot Stao Senator Wo are authorized to onnOunc 0 XV ni B Whitt of Carter county a y 1 anititlato Democratic nominee I nt tho Senate from this district ut 1 the November election 1903 THE JettWhite trlutht Cyn I 7 thinnu IB all over except the verdict I tGJNCABSIUS M Cur left at J least six will nnd his xlegatees 4 base thol wilileaGJ UAWINAL SAKTO Italian of Venice wets circled Pope Ill 4 election is generally considered ti best that eould have beon made CALEB POWERS case is grinding through the mill nt Georgetown A the jury is wholly Democratic tho trial js very likely to be agnin strictly political und partisanC MRS Lucy VANCK ot Sbawneog f Kansas stuffed her bustle with r 7300 worth of greenbacks and then went and lost her hustle on I tho train to St Paul Just like Womnn you will say TOE Louiflvilld tobacco ware I housemen are trying to Induce ti E Tobacco Trust to agree to buy on t n the breaks hereafter The Trust 4ia Las the tho tobacco world by Ituill with n downhill pull and has tto need ty mend its hold a THE HOMBKUT farailywho played p A the bunco game on the most aptute tAnkers of Purls France for many 1I1i11 one and arc the greatest con fl c 5dunce people of all time are being tried All are suckers when t f bait is eufllclently gilded I1 THE people of Georgia are oxcit f vd over a prison outrage Miss k I Mamie Do CrieJ of a prominent I I and roputblc Savannah family 0 hIta entenced to prison two years 4 TI the chatgo of obtaining some AI Diamonds under false pretences Her relations alleged her mind to bo unbalanced Delicately reared po IIIho protested to a wardens wife 1 that she wos unabre to work in the r4 field with negro convict Tim war adtt her and hod herstrippcdund r whipped cruelly and sent to he held where she fainted From b1Jeorggood for her tormentors i CORRESPONDENCE IJt rfc l West End i i lPheasants arc plentiful The ceetntcr p will bo good r We bad a Ins tain Saturday 45iqgit estIt for yea rs- tyiberWHIsjr Is very low with I eOI1SIhDtlon i= Y Mr andMn T M Nukellofl j c Hzel are visiting here z W L e1psofIr Prickly A o was here one day last w ek- Wm Clayton bought a span of q 1 ulcrof GeorgeWoltpn for 300 p t L Th Jowa oil people will roaunio k I prkou their leases lIlllnexti j f L week If the dynaniting is kept up a little longer all kinds of fish will top 7 iwcome extinct FogflheJr Ii i he Is epeBding nipsl of Ills time I p I nptyreUtudr 1rJ t J 4 k rIJlJ8 will soon bo in order 1 r Wyonehig ejvisiting Bruce r1i le ar tJ k Ji WiBt3 aftn d wife of She rbu rnl are visiting JT Atchison f t I s 7 Iif 1ft radJoy Is at the bedside J r 1 v ergradsoo at Grange City l S A sonof Brace SnedegaTis verA=R Ie poorly think ho 1siiiking tire fcv- FAtff ii7 1 o f tfi William 8ihegar nail wife of J r ftb Sweet iistetbeW4iiughteru If rew y tkiA days lust week I t Z4 GorgeStzi I81injtjP ihV Jr Iiii5i f jvus Rt ii j 2t5 t L I imt the Republican convention t tf 1I Suesday and went from tthl1eto 7l i I IHou to seo ha shier tif 7 llwJriitj huiLa enjnyubie 1 0fops are looking well tip 1 b f 7 l tr f WehaU jreddjBg last TliUM f1 r Jr daMr Charley Daws nof near J WYJRIRliJUIffAhaltIuYQt ii keoutkn1Foxtheekerohj i 1 r l1ywdedfjy Ehd ILsu a r 0 r George radIcy and 4ss lla fJ t Uedrickweretheiitiendants l lJt S t ci iiY tyfwa their wedding dayiTpfospcF i ilJ lfiuolbebeiry i t J t- l i t I5tr rV v r 2v 0 rI L rIt r t it t rr t I pr ft if t Il fr7 lk 40 1c JiASoi v i if frfr j t f I i 4 4 7 1 1 1 i r a Boech Woods fivo Norris anti fmnily went to vjpit relatives in Owen county v J The White Onk saints the Slate Valley beer kegs Satjj ur lay evening near Naylor house VTlio saints beat the beer It Icegs one score pretty close ga1UJ Iwish to thank the young folks r the apples they pealed for me e other night I found that they re pared and cored nicely WeM arc porry that the actions of tWOuig ol hIhersOkla Martin Vice went with Clem Riddle and wifo last week to Mis souri ti1hiiiasHear Wyoming attended church here SiuidayhMiss Maud Porter of FlemingI ICo is hero visiting her sister Mrs ilarvuSaunders and family William Vice and wife of Nicli as Co visited tho formers grand mother Mrs Eliza Grain Sundayi John Goodpnstdr of Montgom er3T Co was the suedt of Alpheus Vice and family on Friday night Julia Goodpastor of Camargo j a kindil was hthejames n toightT S Vico and wife went Satnr ay to visit their daughter Mrs eorge Trumbo anti familyof up per White Oak Saturday night tin It Sunday fJames Grain ntjd wife went SunX day to see the formers cousin s L Denton of near HillsboroXwho wall dead when thtyarrived at her h 3tundnRevs Morris Arraemith nnd hins A Gossott are conducting n meeting here They delivered three interesting sermon Sunday to a large nod attentive uudienco ouch time 11CrooksMrs James Horton is on the sick list SterlingyeMrs J THovermnle and eon are visiting relatives at Canoyh v yisitedMrs Charley Reed and slat were in Owingsville Monday Several from hero attended Court in Owingsvillo Monday oJOiTurloy shipped a carload of hogs to Cincinnati Tuesday of last wlelt Jim Reed of Bourbon Co is visl ting Ins son Charley here this week Misses Rosa Pergrnm and Lilliy Johnson were in Owingsvillo t urdaye JJoe Williams and family vlsi led relatives at Olympia Saturday and Sunday The Howards Mill boys and the SatdSalteparents D J r J itlln upML Mrs Pftljpiersnll nnd children of Whlt Sulphur Sbrings arc visiting l relatives herelttrfe Levi Harris and children of Bourbon COnro visiting re1ati in this neighborhood Peed Lathram shipped ncnr load of sheep and n carload of cattle to Cincjai8aturday ktt l Tom Coon of MontgohieryCo Iii herolMiss Snllo Stone Fpcntlnet week in Owingsvillo Mrs Bob Crouch has beon very IIR1Ck for the past week Mrs John Clinkenbeutl lI8 bc en quite sick for tho past two week Miss Ruby Yates of EI1a lethr town is visiting Mrs Fr akyd MJlt Rathlifie In CincbiQtj JR week shipped ajcar load of cattle there ofLexingtu9and family elMorganwho Is dangerously ill MrsCone of Mnysville is here icrdaughterMrs Spencer Boyd is very sick ofLlxlngtllntier Mrs Charles Wilson Jr accom Mrsulto her homo in Li x- lngn Bqb Wilson wife and daughter spent81turdayArrastr4ithand family Dint Arrinithi Is quite Bick A great deal of sickncHS around Lee Cannon has flUr Mrs lJldBarw beejs very low with typhoid fever Miss Llllie tetton of London Ky U here for several weeks wi t horbrothetDrEetton MissLiliie has been teaching at London r the pn8 sear Mrs Ida Kilputrick of Flem iiiBiiturg and Mrs T U Brown OwrrigJlleweTrumbrt last Friday rOLD 11IKOR1Fntnoi el puralkJ arid strengthening for the weuH pleasantly invigorating for llo strong JFbr llile by S P Atcl 1in J 7 i i Wt tuJ ri it 4 F ILI IfWJ Slopstono Win Steele iincl Burl Ray were nt homo Sunday ns usual teeing their girle and parentsCJell Staton and his brother left hlondny to take in the lioree show Lexington lila week logtubtending the big meeting in the tent that ill going on in lIt Sterling Dr N F Pierce of Howards ll was here Mniidy lie JH look much hotter and will stay nl jfutureThe picnic in Mr Duffs woods by our Sundayschools next Sntur dayf looks like it will be n grand SUCCOR if it rains before that me to put happiness into their inEverybodyitigs are needing it very much nnd there is the poorest proSpectu this fall in the corn cropthat haw been in the recollection of our oldJ cst inhabitants JHamilton of tho southern drhis kinfolks Mrs 0 G Hamilton nnd family Mrs Frank Brown Mrs John Karrick and family Ho will stop nt Winchestor nnd Lexington on his way back to visit nfoiksSRov J B Grconwado arrived ome from Hunnewcll Kits last and his son left Monday take care of lila interests out 3erehis busidcps preparatory to mov ing his family to Kansas whore they will make their home Salt Lick Miss EtneCundifT of Coington- is the guest of relatives hero- nElder E K Dawson has bee attending the big tent meeting nt It SterlingtlMrs Paul Clifton of Rngland was the ucst of Mrs Press Jack s oonThto icocrcziin supper nt the 11 E Church Saturday night was quito a succeesdChIns Robbins returned last Sun ti to whore ho has a p itositionElder Hiram Collins of Morjjp Go has been holding services the Christian Church part of tfiS past week Mflses Emma Maupin and Eth ull returned Saturday from weeks visit to Miss Minnie Kerr on Prickly Aelu N rlilsa Lizzie l helps Hhnndeoni 0 yo1ng ludy of Grangeity who was the guest of tho family of JJ yM Fierce has returned home jMIss Minnie Cummingp has lip od upon icocrertm parlor in her- millinery store And during the hotlj weather cream MIll be served every Tuvaday rliurailay and Snturda- 9ights f George Dickerson nnd MIBS Grace Caldwell were quietly mcE ried on Aug 2d at the M Parsonage Rev Ramey ofllcioting Thsy are nt the residence of the grooms father Thomas Dickerson Congratulations are extended Shnrp arg ned more rain The Bracken Association ofRap lists convened ucla ednosdny T M Grimes and daughter are visiting in Fleming Co this week Miss Beetle Donaldson is attend ag jlie campmeeting ut Parks Hill 13ll great many from here are Rt tending the tent meeting Itt Mt Sterling Mat Oldham and T K Trlplett of Mt Sterling were hero Wednes day on business 7 Mr and Mrs R Ii Berry return Saturday from a vtslt to the latters parents at Stanford Lem Tipton of near Mt Sterling woe tiers Wednesday to watch after his business interests here Mrs W T Duckworth and daughter Louise of Winchester are visiting relatives here this week Mr and Mrs Albert Moffctt of JUIHersburg wore visitors here last week and attended the Association Dr J W Rutherford went to Cynthiunn Monday to hear tbeAF gument in the JottWUite murder cnBO Mrs J WElgin of ldynUit OlCendallofFJomInKCo this week retarnedWec1nesdllYfrom Swango Springs and was Very mu benefited by the trip Trio SICK Wilburn Berry U very sick Mrs O B Clark is very poorly Mrs Al Ratliff contiades quite ill Mrs J O Rails is some better Jamie Rogers of Mt Sterling re turned hornd Saturday Rafter a weeks work hero the interest of his company the Massachusetts Mutual Life- Wesley Jones who is taking the gIsHo seems to improve some under the treatment n exPastorIts lumrEbtikoB ho received W H Nunnelly and J W Hed Jenof Mt Sterling were hrire nttendingtbenelly was Moderator of that body Will Craycfaf t am WillS Sharp will open up a stock of groceries in tho Knight building this week tin nnineofShiorpCraybrtrtp ofAI i tHo 7P f1 Y Upper Prickly Ash John Marklnnd and wife visited relatives wt Millersburfi last week lark Crouch nnd daughter Miss May spent Sunday with friends Q near tho Forge Mill George Sousley of Sunset Flewsh Co visited relatives here from Saturday till Monday Mrs John F Coyle of lower Pr Ash visited her mother Mr ativisited his lahinJL le from Saturday till Monday Mrs Sarah Crouch of Owings villf is her Ar th RiurMiss Ruth Markland visited her- GrludllJotherlurklllnLl on Wash lugtonVm Coyle nod wife of lower Iriikly Ash were guests of John nod one last week niEdmundthe Forgo Farm neighborhood vis- Ited Ambrose VelhiiIih wife Sun ayoJohn F Conner nnd attend- ted the Baptist Association a Sharpsburg Wednesday of lust week Perry Goodpaetcr and wife apes- aturday in Owingsvillo with Mrs p Goodpastcr and Mrs Annie Power Thomas J Reid and daughter UIVU visited friends in lleming- county Saturday and Sunday and attended church at LocusttMissps Emma Maupin and Jlin nib Hall of Salt Lick Vere guests of Misses Minnie and Hortie Kerr last week Mitts Minnie accompon led them home Saturday Craigs Logan Teal and Lewis Soxton rc working at Farmers ryf775p The recent rain has done gcod but if wo could get more it would o better Claud Toy who had been visiting t Salt Lick the oast week returned ome Sunday 3191oyttales crippled by stumping its Torut and Tracking its hoofbThe people out bore are making Rlr Alex Wells who hits been in Huntington and on Cabin Creek for some time came back to C Ky Friday Marsh Corey boughtan aero on land of Jane Wilson for1750nnd is bujlding house on it which he will move to shortly f Martin Soxton who has been working at Howards Mill for the past three weeks hilts gono buck to build some more chimneys The people of this place have set next Sunday to unset to try to IChll1whichMiss Fannie McGlothin if n ar the itiouthuf Jiiii7 waa jr HS J atIvfrott1iiesduyilhi IravOur school has been shut down for to weeks on account of teachers husband bring down with fever Hopo lie will get up Boon and our school will go on aa before WtAuntJQ1gAuotHecky old woman She sayels4ej1notI- Ifraid to die ValleyiThe rains have dyne lots of good Curly Kash went to see liLa best girl Sunday Mrs Minerva Sbulu of Rn Run visited Mrs George Can Sunday Tbo grass has freshened up and the prospects are we shall raise some corn yet Miss Sallie Shultz of Mt Sterling visited her cousin Mrs George Garner the putt week MissoaEttella and Leona Hurst MlUtfrsburg are spending a week with their aunt Mrs Laura Kash Joseph Lathrnm and family yif ted his brothbt Wm Lathram near Wyoming bdurday and Sunday W E Atchison of Salt Lick Samfa ay SallioJ1tho hefamily 8 Run Saturday night Dee Rudder and family vis ited Mrs Rudders parents Andrew Coyle and family of Prickly Ash from Saturday until Monday Mrs Jennie Myers and children of Forgo HillandlJrs Martin Jones visited the family ot Elder dayUSIJames Snedegar wife and children of Craigs Mrs I Und children of Forgo UUlJndMiss Lucy Ulery composed a wagon load that visited Jack Toy and wife Sunday x oingtoanyMondayand roosters and spring chickens he ran get hens nine cents a pound chickens 12o roosters 4c eggs 12jeo PUREBRED POLAND CHINA HOQS jySalt O OR8ALE Lick UYr Ji Jr T 0 t j 1 r ic c rtfv j i Knob Lick Nights are cool lastVe1 urn to the wire of Goo Frcder cugltUCotyi has been making a good in the last weekohCnptJ Pergrnm returned homo cxington Sunday evening There hijvo been some hogs sold 5c per pound in the lnt l few days Thero was preaching hero Sun y evening to a fairsized crowd by a Mr Clark D It Dishop Superintendent of tho mines has returned to Grand vers to remain for a while EdGilvinng their aunt Mrs J M Colliver Tho oil fever has somewhat sub sided Thoro are somo Eastern parties wanting to lerse somo fer lory for oil Several of the b from tho ore b suanksight to unite with the labor union organization Jolla Jones traded n yearling 8 b jurough hertcame Sunday morning she was dead It is understood that W J FeH Iso j ciogthe men will go back to work hoped that wise counsel and Jus hee may be consulted in the settle went of this grave question which if not seriously and honestly stud led and adhered to by both labor and capital will cause much unncc cpsary trouble We should learn n valuable lesson from the past When such men ns Clay and Web stcr and other statesmen advocated tho buying and emancipation of s ro neghavess of white slaves to class legislation and legalized robbery that claim somo protection at their own hands since they have been dragged down to it by tho two old political twin brothers mammon the Democratic nnd Republican parties No reform mural or intellectual ever came from the upper elapses of society each and all come from the protest of martyr and victim The own n cipation of the working people must be achieved by tho working people themselves Odessa Mrs Wm Butcher we ore glad 111to say is improving MnrUin youngest daughter of J 1 Guaiell is quito sick with I diphthomV W T Anderson bought of his lither eleven head of nice early spring shouts for f3750 G W Boyd nnd wife and Mis Oddie Power attended the tent meeting at Mt Sterling Sunday Tuinmio Vice nnd wife were CHstT of tholr daughter Mr a Mrs George Trumliu Saturday Sunday 5ritrs Wm IJirber h is boon visit her parents Mr and Mrs Win the1iMrs John Cochin nnd Mrs u ietio Williams of Reynoliisvlllo vi Ueii Mrs Alia Land at Alt St ling SittuncLay weckag Wil AVderdon aoid fiyo nice barrow atook tingE averaging I 5II lbsto J W Corbin and George JJ yd last week at 5c per lb Saute Deatloy wlio had been staying with a family in Hlllsboro by reason of excitement over the sudden death of Mrs Hawkins of HilUboro came home Sunday in feeble condition Odessa and Slate Valley cross bata again Saturday afternoon the latters grounds The resu s Odessalory ngree able and plucky with it and try tho boys egain next Saturd on their grounds here Mrs W A Snedegar and M- ireEthel Barberrthu place now andbMlpMM X ter this put week on t vttt At More head the former as guest pi her grandmother PratherandAantDola Powers and the latter as guest of bor aunt Mrs Tbos A Day Both are attending the campmeeting that is going on there SVooclsnNornisI ft here on his ta1tLIcktrain for Morehead yp d attended Saturdaye0 in say that Woodson made this t expressly for the interest of there might have b xcn Other attractions up thero j rly1dondayThe corn crop is a very spotted one Indeed There are fields of the same planting part came up early and part lay in the ground dry and the little showers would bring some wore up and some a lying there until at last most came up consequently the first coming up Is in roastingeojft and some and some anti some again are all the way from tasceling down verylightgood color Stoops Crops here aro looking som bet ter Mrs Joe Clark has recoveredIto from ber illness This week will nearly wind up the tobacco topping John G Roberts of Mt Sterling was here Wednesday Several from hero attended Cot tOwirigBviIlo Monday John H rfaulbceof Frnnkfort etrno up to visit relatives ii- wek 151 Tit t 1 t i 9 iI + c If 1 r- everalS Crcnt hero uttonded the LouisvilleMt fterling bull game week J The High Top baseball team play the Stoops team hero Sat ay afternoon Is Sallic McDonald begun her nol hero Monday Several schol urn were in attendanceVWalter eheetcr visited 11 Gillespie and wife from Saturday till Monday II P Shultz and wif of How nrds Mill visited relatives iiithc SpringQeld neighborhood Sunday Mrs Wm Coons Jr and sister Miss Jones of Ewington visited the family of O MJones Saturday und Sunday A Fort Scott man who stole n car load of powder is in luck the worst thing that happened to him was his arrest The colored peoples picnic at Fairview saliool house Saturday was a grand success and they rely did themselves much credit A New York woman was fined 50 for beating her husband The husband paid the fine and is no doubt delighted with tho way the dge evened things up A Missouri newspaper deplore hempcropper there are more men in Mis uri this year that ought to bo hanged than there ever wore bet tore While nil the world was wrapped in the stillness of night the silent Angel of Death entered tho paacc ful homo of Jarrctt M Stull on Thursday eve Aug 6th and robbed it or a precious jewel in the person of the loving wifev Mary W after a week of intense suffering end when silo realized that death was near she was ready and willing to meet tho Creator When thahanda of time pointed to the mar of 11 Then tho Angel paused no longer Fanned her with his cooling breath Touched her weary heart und stop I pet it Stopped it with tho peaco of Death Mrs Mary Wills Btull was the d xlaughterWills and was born near Olympio Bath Co Ky about 43 years ago She was n member of the Christian hurchand was a true Christian woman On January 22d 1901 she was united in marriage to Jarrett M Stull who survives her Tho remains were interred in tho Wills burying ground near Clynjpin Aug 7th The people of thi community extend their heartfelt sympathy t 0 the bereaved husband and relatives Savoyards Lettor I Louisville lost Washington July 25Tho Pres ident is to be commended for hip order restoring tII the public Pur Iv tn oilioiil if the government priiuin nitire xvht had been tilt micsid from the public service nt the ticiaKiii of a labor organiza lion It was a bravo thing to do that order of restoration for it is thingidbody but u member of u labor union hall got any right to work in this country The Anthracite Coal Com paiiy made u report that ought to- go u long way towards the settlement of labor disputes It tact with T Ib1 IrsaLjippiai8e andccuptllinsrwere It iusertud the doctrine that a man had n right to work whether he was member of n labor union or not and that is a doctrine that must be universally recognized and con forded to before there is the peace between capital and labor that there should boo Law demagogy has done n heap 11oC harm in this country It bus done incalculable mischief to tho nobodydItpur with the rulo that nobody but a Democrat shall bold office in the Sttxto of Kentucky or get a judg wept in a Kentucky court Tue rightyKentucky Election Commissions 18has the right to say who shah bo elected The sooner the Wftlfci a delegate and the Election Commis sioner recognize that fact the bet ter ugIUthing It pays all taxes It pays nil inteest It pays all dividends Itpays nil rents Capital is only the surplus of labqr Labor needs no advantages especially in this land Alf it requires is a fair cbanco There never would have been ai labor problem had not politi tl demagogues sot traps for the labor ojpfo j ieof Jab art just set him down as r ft fakir always and UgrllfterUmott tbogentrirYgerhoads I am talking about the professional friend of labor The one thing that labor should demand and the only thingit needs is CalIn an an exact equality with capital rind nu advantages should be a0e onlytbrngiIIvantages they both have Capital robs by means of tariffs and trusts and labor brings disorder and an archy by means of sympathetic strikes The trusts levy tribute on every article of food that labor con sumes and striles extinguish tho deposits in savings banks If the government has got any bilBinesa tinkering with tho private affafcs of the people it ought to exert itself make living cheaper Our government bonds all itt energies o making it dearer Somo weeks ago there waso big strike In the building trades In New igtimeWages andtnr they drew their savings from tho banks and thus other millions wei re- swallowed up Now IierqIiionec the sricvgnces that strike va f jtt ii4t r0 FlEUNIONt CAlR MlLL PST No 141 GAnjWill hold tlmlr annual reunion nt Vie CROUCH O11OV Xmile south of SALTLICK on Thursday Friday Satu- rdayAUGUST 20 21 221903This will ha the grandest reunion tver held In Et1steiKy ThnpartleK ha vliiff thia In charge will spare no money 01 pnin to 111111nil enjoy themselves AH kinds of Innocent nninsemontsIsO WHISKY allowed on the grounds CImeoo como all POST COMM A STDTSF REU NIbEO- fThomas latkPO t Ko 36 0 A R WILL HELD BE AT OL aLVL TA + tTHURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY l9QaJudgefor Attorney General and J BlfUyilhoiij Vorcandidate for Lieutenant Goveij9f1 ilider L- iverl addresses Friday and Saturday This will be the best reunion held tIiis year in Kentucky V J Those desiring any or all privileges apply tp 0 N Young own gsvjntKY JON S ANDERS N Commai tt founded on A Joadjif Jfwfctural steel waa ready to Tim hurrreritbut forJaedayasked some hodcJurriefStpiher puti- load the wagon of Its refght structural steel Along Cane a walking delegate jind ordered the bodcarriers off SAjing that none but iron workers were allowed touch the steel that entered inln the construction that housoAnd that settled it The boss said not a word The steel was eartedbek whence it came and tho walking delegate had vindicated the dignity of labor Hero in Washington the negro hodcarriers struck because the boss hired n non onion cnrpen ter to help build the New Willard Hotel Such things as that are absurd liellilitillto tI acd any such nonsense H rc ia the government pf the United Stints afraid to employ certain machinery io its printing olllcen because the union forbids Whifi Ben Butterwnrlh protested ugaiixI that he was beaten for Cvngrfct hundreds of men are employed II do what dozens could do if h government would only exercis brdinnry prudence in iU bus nIHd Congress is afraid to upon its uiouth Iljriineiubors liutterwDrth ifo wa Jutva come to a billionarutnbalfonkJnlIthe two billion Congress is in sight The surplus In tfib Treasury makes extravagance In the nppropriatfwns and extravagance breeds cornip lion Nobody cares tor e1seIThe grafters in Missouri and the grafters in the post mce dopurt ment may notbeth6 same breed of dogs hut thevi Viunt the same sort of game It will bo so us long as and wherever the machine titlesc Joseph JI Foraket would regret much tORt George B Cox Presi dent of et United States but lit would votfor him for that great office befro ho would vote for GeorqeOay James B McCroury would grave if the Demo cratic oart should nomnihato Aaron Jvohn fut President but he would support him us against George F Hoar And so it Is the machine de moods itultification at tho liaods of its servants One moment of independence and the nan walks the plank Let him hesitate to obey hia masters though he hud faithfully done the dlrtyw9rkbe had been set to do a thousand times and he is lost The machine will stand every thingbut Insuboni nation It has a contempt for a man of principle It hates with the hatred of fear the reformer It can bo a hypocrite and it can he n bully and naturally it is both It- fSa natural born bJackaailor and plies that graft Jzi season and out of season nllnherpeople who raf uee to stuHIfyjthera Selves and refuse te beslAVee 6mo lmeiltbfyro airII1ug wilmps Sometimes they are churg cd with beingaronBurr JBencdiet Arnold and Judas lacariot Some times they are denouncedjas fot aud meddlers and murderera and marauders But they huvo a mis BOB in life and they are jnuob jn earnest They determined the last five Presidential electionsand they will determine the next five Tbey hove put some 6crin3rels in the penitentiary and are going to put toro in otripe There never yet has been a battle bgtwedn right and wrong iii a trea country jbat the victory did not itjtfmntely Incline to the right and there niver will betDut orou wherewrongseeminglytrlumpbsand the caao ia closed there lies an ap peal to poster lyand depend on it nn appeal lies to eternity too 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