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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 J f 4 I 4 J I 4 t J itIf J ir v 01 ri sfLC 1 lj t r P ce c 11 4 tfIt- cv7 S lilt c It f I 1ir j jit J gthilt flIllr rcf I t r VOL XXV OWl SVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 20 I 903 NO 6 k t ijt 5I IIIIf newsjItemcate with Tits OvTiooicl office by phone up 7 J Ask for Stevensons Clover Leaf llrcad It I the best 11 The tent meeting at Mt Sterling t 4 will list another week Ask for Stevensons Clover Lent Bread It is the bestl 1 Mrs B H Rose IIghtbroad Bak ed fresh dailyat Thompson Cos fi fct Ask for Stevensons Clover Leaf Broad It lithe best 1 All are involuntary dirteatere 7g now at the terrible dust is ineeca f pable Uorhito Mr and Mrs Curran rouchof north of tow4i14tIi l daughter WK MOST HATS OUR KONKT SO please call and settle- Sa SLKSBEU 4 k Ask for Stevensons Clover Leaf k Bread It is the best WAXTD2OO dozen eggs High 5s eit aaarketprice ia cash MRS D S Burntd Elder T iTloeleyof Louis r title will commence a 10daye Meetiagat Salt Lick Monday night 4 Ask for Steven Ion Clover Leaf iI JariW It is the best 3 etA Barnes moved the post 4 ftJfr V residence earner of l VJBBOliitotMtlBUta Avenue St1tr a k z Remember MreEstiU closl I II out her entire stock at cost for r easft Cowe in and get bargains Ips lOn D 8 EOTILL F tAsk for Stereaioni Clover Leaf iike best I W JTheeotorect people jrill hoi I quarterly meeting attdPa pran 1 I rally for the benefit of tboCM Ej Chareb ia Kimbrougbs Park Aug JMth J r The Mt Sterling bate ball club I dofeaUd the Sharp bur club in a sjame Wednesday and another Sat the first by 11 to 10 and the 4 vrday ether by W to I Elder T S Tinsley of Louisville fL1 was injtown Saturday After he i pte through with the White Osk w ten days meeting he will hold a tendays npetingat Salt Lick Ask for Stejeneons Clover Leaf Bread Jtla the best LMr STU1O COUTkCCFW4 was large at Mt Sterling Monday l I Itt cattle mulMand hor cR rather I JMl OtRfl bought 1300 sheep i w4 retold aboil MlabM t s WatTS OA MKETI110ltdr n IPp1l P JOBO aeniflted by Rider T Sj l S of foaUvill begun n x pfl deeViMette at White Oak CbrUaa Cksri Snrdiy titg A for Stevensons Clover Leal r Bread Itis the J 3t1- I i STKATHBi NotlcoU hereby given that I have in tny pSitwre a r tray heifer The rightful owner f can get the tameby paying p fl55 ot the keepiBg Aug 111903 T H Baoww JL4 iS i Au for 8tevesioae clover Lea Bread It is the heet t seal of To 5t3 K4tU4MDaiyteatU1iS- I t4i1 1aniibtirof Lop cra IbbrhOO4 we arried talt1l1dgeJOhtt D Ib- iii1 eeI Avg 18 on pIke Itnl1lea4 cMtS r tigjukage white hirt witot kerchief an- dtnbdHP1HHreturar to OsteatricetTe reward A1il MxxewAt SVUIOHS At White Oak CBmreh S aday Aug 23d a ersietrim e ioryof Warren Jones Mn CeMwlT Jone Fra klia T I t- Je etm 4 Mn Sober R Swat saiflbpssaehedat 8 oclock pb14rJoeeph R Joaea XwllAneeulOr to Os rh r re are prepared to do rerytliimf the Hme f blacksmith ZaI 4 Mtriikge repair work having nt aee I htpaIRter rr1I Ycr pakeaagIs solicited r f4 SEsruzft HOVAKEB Ask frS veaees Clover Leaf SItjstbe beet- T f Fern iiuei 70 acres land in- tj 5Ii l deflMtIeOthcee nd j ir fear fe 4 wefcard tree lisa of i34S gaI r 4Ms Mie warpeees two i1 ffMw lUfi n farm J Teeerve roy Jol41Uae wells ojf farm b1 no1ClD TM WTO II M mH Elder G W C5 Stoiey utoroftbeI JrC1i R Y L r t aiss1ei a Tery snewn ful meet iif stf the Wyoisiag Church abs jJis I f rWalJct1hy had six toth L J IAIX AoeiDiirtsJohn Jaekeea had Ilec broker above JIt kWbybeiHtr npver whileS pUylag bate ball at Ofymapla bf WWU jhh t Saturday in the fatMbetwee Salt Lick and Olysa- tpf v a the reUnion ground at O4yECeIminRazor was track ia th epten tbrow by Her Ba e Jtaaaey and knocked HBcesieeJous The base was frae tENd He was here Moaday and 4QH I H 1it Qr one i 1 s r f i t j f w tiT tj1j Itt 0 1ioud J tli t 01 4 1IJt t Il j Fdf OJ1 f ri 4MoF 71 IJ r i t 11F t Ii j7 3 Jfj t= PERSONAL Edgar Denton has tyWjoId rover Duke Hampton went to Carlisle ThursdayI G W Calvert of Freestone was hero Tuesday Andrew MInihati went to Mt Stor ling Tuesday- Dr H J Dalley wns In Carlisle Sunday and Monday Miss Nell McCoy of Lexington Is visiting Mrs Hoary Hopkins Clans Harper of Ashland was in town Wednesday of last week Miss Ellen Botts will leave this week to visit friends In Maysvllle James Gillon of Flemlngsburtf spent Sunday with his family heL Mr and Mrs J BGoodpaster lefl last week for a trip to Atlantic Cit NJ Miss Salllo Furls went last week to visit C C HiiKelrigga family at FrankfortMrs D Brother 4eJed rela tives In Mt Sterling severSrdJjys the post week I Mr and Mrs E W Heflln left Tuesday for a twoweeks trip to New York City Joseph Taulbee of Morgan county came last week to visit his brother Dr J H Taulbee Miss Snub Bhultz returned home to Mt Sterling Thursday after a visit to Mrs Alice Perry Emil Peters of Georgetown came Thursday to visit his parents Mr and Mrs Thos J Peters Wm Lightfoot Jr after a visit to relatives returned home to Hunt Ington W Va Saturday George Maury of Pitt4burg made tbiet visit to his cistarrs H C Otidg one day last week iICr3fargaret IJtnaker and Mrs attendeutho tnt meet lug at Mt Sterling Sunday- Mrs Alice Perry spent from Thurs day night till Monday afternoon with friends in Mt Sterling Elder Homer Carpenter and Robert Davis of Flnmlngsburp were guests of T H Brown this week Mrs Frank Hensley and little daughter of carter county came Monday to visit her brother Ed BarnesMr Mrs Vorls Vonlanding ham after a visit to John and Miss Eva McKinnevan will return home to Sadievillo Thursday Mrs Lpn Varnbrreiurned Wridnj from a visit to her daughter Mrs Ernest Gorum at Mlllersburjr She was accompanied by Omar Gorham Dr J H Tnutbe d wife f R Brother T M Purr Seth Botts Roy Patterson and ts Brother were in Mt Sterling Viyfcqesday of last week Mr find Mrs A A Kamcy of Howard Mill were witl heir son inlaw Vm Horpoman nemvtowna few day lant week who ts poorly with typhoid fever W H DaURhorty T S Shrout H Hopkins Mrs Minot Bavin Mrs V S OudRell Col R BtlHazoIrigg Press Barnes and family v mamongt- hone who attended the e ngto Elks fair last week i After a visit to relatives hare Mrsn Rolln Green of New YorkCity wen- ttaMtSt45rng to VSlt Mr Oorl Mrt jillc Hon vent to Lexlngf n ives Mrs Lon Warner will leave Satui day for an Indefinite visit to he daughter Mrs Sherman Paxton a Georgetown III Her daughter Ire Ernest Gorham of MUlersburc I expected to be with her from Wed needay The following attended Court a Mt Sterling Monday John Tincher Emmet Fratman Henry Hopkins Duk1HamptonBay Patterson HhermanGoodpaster O W Goodpaster Enos Kenney James Brady T Shrout Fletchei Crouch Riley Chandler Eupenc Brother Joseph H Richart Saz4 Jackson Newt ShroutB F perry Sr Eon BrotherS aRJsurrounding worse from the drouth than else wKere Everything in the way d vegetation is gradually parc hip Stock water is very scarce ani ildaking water WIllDotl S longer herl1Itt Jena waf fng rain since in April 1 j MRS ED SKTTLVS DEADrM Ed Settleanee Nannie Visscbi died of childbirth Thursday ma lag at Mt Sterling Deeeased aged 87 years and was the young child of Mr and Mrs Feeder Vissoher SrSbe was born reared In this town where she 0 relatives and many friends it are saddened by her decease rJ leaesahusbandoneloD and daughter the childrens raBging from 4 to 7 years CALU The epublsnAto3- Uhity are requested t6 mee maeieonvantIMt the CourttJ l oei Satarday 4ugt2sb 190k J OclocitpttfWtcie dele to att B lhe eonveatlon at L1kX3oMonday August 1909 at 10 OoeLoek a m tci lusts a eandi4at to represent ltb Legislative district of tlek1lntbei ijext General A and Rowan cou cozaposelbedistrlct fj St J A BASHES Chairm R GQD8JLf Seeretaryv Cb MALlfost all Ken Intntetheoldfsbloned read If yw want to hay lad nf bread get the She Uer Mills saeal and you j an1 have it Their mill I l ad husks the corn beforeg nd throws out the rotten onsequently the meal is Ai Joe people are under the loa that the Sherburne f bolted but sweb Is not At v Try It ocandoQ wilit lother All the grocers nojiW salt ugq tfil tt 1iiiti if 6t 6 Ijl i X 5 j ff j tJI z I PRESIDENT PETEHB Tho July BOth issue of the Now York Phar imaceutical Era contains n halftonc portrait and short sketch oTpharlcs W Peters of 1nrpsburlf1vho was eloctcd President of the Kentucky Pharmaceutical Association at thc- annual at Estill ffflVMrident of tho Kentucky Ph A at Es till Springs last month was born in 1852 In Hath county Ky went into the drug business In 1874 as clerk at Owingsville and removed to Sharps burg In 1882 where ho lisa boon en gaged In drug business ever since Mr Peters is very popular and has a large and increasing bus ness STOCK SArssJ R Vice of near Dethel sold Allie Robertson a weanling mule for 940 Al Corbin one to same for 25 Judge Lewis Appcreon of Mt Sterling bought weanling mules of the following Saturday one of Thos S Barnes for 75 j one of Gran Horseman for 70 j ono of John D Arnold of White Oak for 75IH Brown sold John Vice two weanling mules for 890 Roberts of Urbana 0 bought a small mIre mule of T H Brown for 75 two 2yearold mules of J M Richartfor105 H N Rankin bought 30 wean ling mules delivered at Preston Sat urday at from 40 down Thos Peters bought of John Webb of near Bethel a weanling calf for 15 ED OwtKos DEADEd Owings died of consumption at tho borne of his sister Mrs Crt Lane on Flat Creek about 5 clock p m Monday Ho was b tied at Spring field Church Wednesday Deceas ed was aged abouyGOyeart and was a brother of JoBJi Thomas an Blaydes of Hc Sprlng4 A k lIe was a man of gentle uatbre clever and companionable and none knew him but to like him He used to be about this town a good deal but for the past fifteen years hud been in business at Howards Mill He came to hie sisters about three months ago Ills mother who is aged 91 years resides at Mrs as a Kimbrough of ed- b r f j J 1 i J 5f 5Z v J yT ic tI I tA4 4p c 5S I r 4j I r 25 SD- Sa i r f3r75 i ISavoyards Letter Louisvlllo Post WnshlngtonAugIOWellthereI wasIillIvery envy what William Jennings Bryan has got and got mighty bad Ho repre sents two defeats Mr Cleveland represents two victories Now de feat hasnt got many rights in this world but It has the right to rail at success It does not do success any harm but it docs defeat a Bryanj5a good opinion of himself He not only believes that ho is the honest est man in the world but he is thor oughly persuaded that he is the only honest man in the world lIe is a sublime egotist too and is thoroughly convinced that anybody who does not behove as he believes is bought to believe what he does believe Hence that blackguard speech at Urbana 0 the other dayILet inc tell you The dead ones cant hurt Grover Cleveland Cleve land is not going to pay any atten tion to them Tbe bestknown man In America this minute is Grover Cleveland Ten thousand times ten thousand men like Bryan might swear until they were blue black and mulatto that Grover Cleveland is a corrupt nan and nobodywith panolofdrawbare it Bryan only injures himself when he opens the vials of his blatherskiting to pour them on the men whose slices ho is not fit to unItie And then the effrontery of it It is pretty rough but it in pertinent and if Sir Water Scott could afford to write it and Lockhnrt could nf ford to print it I guess Ican af ford to quote it An English pub i1 lisher wrote that Sir Walters Block Dwarf was not up to toe standard and he mndo ornt serious criticism Ir a Uir to Italian tyne Scott rite I hare received proposalGddr t his coadjutor that I belong to the Black Fiuesiirs of literature who neithrr give nor receive criticism Pll r4cil but this is the most thL11proposal that ever was juntas impudent He more about Democracy StS cwood knaw how to write id just as Blnckword un tell the best novel writer t rid how to write a novel oceeds to tell the best i in the world how to be a hag got too much vanity thinks he is the only man irid who understands Jet Iljlffi v RC H admit rlt a jihe is gnt it Inns nPdutn dy else urdcrotaiids him IBB made hur dred of bad iustavus Adolphus pro would die young to evi J ils resentment Of the lint 1 his soldiers heaped on Bryan has been told so i ho is the peerless orator less statesman that ho elieves it Here is Joe c i come out for Gorman ug and it is only natural r HO think that Jo has no 10 that without asking y Then there is Ever Allenthe fifteenhour trr tesman He has issued a t m of independence and- she has no right to do 1s out orders from him i always had more sense an or any other Pop ox o k5Waison Allen sees that v nP He knows that the r icratio National conven r eig to make a Democratic and nominate a Demo e hot He dont believe in- v ng as that any more than lieves in it and so Mr out before he is turned yan will see it by and by I ho will hunt up Allen and There are a heap of un things the next twelve but that la one of the in rt mt along with a spoil jrunning the Democratic That was tried in 1900I W become a common scoldc lmm6n nuisance Ho hns v Iinoutners bench and laid law that a man has to ooracy like our grandc f ind grandmammas got reo r Jlle has to forgive oursins fo can be Democrats I am Iy tempted to quote Sir Wal t ton again Here J a says Those who under issue and loft because tad it can never return to until they repent and Jat their hearts and sympa an changed How is that lpudenca He has got the if the Democratic tompleand us are locked out until we jwn and worship him and do v his nonsense wisdom You it going to see many of us bg Mr Bryans permission to Democrats His mourners t will not even attract a hypo e opponents of the Domocratio r seem to be very muchen igod by Mr Bryans Intoler antI insolence They build he sand Before the roses next May1tr Bryan will he potent for harm as he has ev bErutijriflJi1 r i t l 4iL1 iJ7 fiif ii rl F RACKET STORE WE HAVE TOO MANY SUMMER GOODS and they are bound to go if they lose money1 Call and see them before buying Dust Pans Sc 2qt Tin Bucket 7c 1qt Mason Jars dos SOc 2qt atdoz SOc Brooms 25 15 13e Cups and Saucers set 25c Glass Tumblers onyb2c 3qt Tin Coffee lot Pipes 10520 Hair Clippers 7 60e Tin Muffin Pan lie CASH PAID FOR EGGS EWHEFLIN the next Democratic convention and in the next Presidential campaign In 1904 Mr Bryan will be nothing but a Republican band plant He is already nn exploded phenomenon a crushed orator and a discredited statesman He reminds one of Spain As early as Richelieus time Spnin was the sick man of Western Europe but for more than 100 years the statesmen of other powers were afraid of Spain She had been so powerful so rich and so great This country is full of politicians who are afraid of Bryan ho had such a boss in 1900 when lie forced on the convention n plat form it did not want The truth is Bryan in as helpless nnd as hopeless as Spain Ho is the sickman r American politics and attracted the attention of our public men for he same reason that Turkey holds the attention of the cabinets of Eu rope He ought to be abolished just as Turkey ought and wIll be when he cuts his ctfpcrs and shines next summer Tine one thing that is certain is hat the Democratic party is not going to put up with any of Bryans nonsense next year SAVOYARD Savoyards Letter Louisville Post Washington Aug SIt is an nounced that tho Republican party intends to concentrate all its crier g lun the Ohio campaign this year It is Mark Ilimnus fight and the Thanes intend to rally to his support Eloquence will bo Imported from all quarters to swell the domestic supply and the domestic supply Is abundant Dalzell will go to preach protection in tbe Scioto valley where old Bill Allen planted and nurtured and garnered big crops of Demncj fly In the days fureandundelilellsome manners Senaipkinsw- ill go to Oberlin and teLow to manage tho negro problem His remedy is nut newIt is for North ern negroes to vote the Republican ticket and Southern negroes to run for ollice In his opinion that will condone if it does not compensate the lynchings of negroes at Belle yUle and at Danville All Ohio will be ablaze wIRepublicaniem and is no telling how big the majority will be but that it will bo enormous loran off year can be depended- on Who is to oppose them The Ohio Democracy is nearly as helpless as the Republican party of Vir gina Nobody knows what it is for The Democracy of Thurman is as much out of fashion in Ohio as the Democracy of Carlisle is out of fashion in Kentucky Tom Johnson is tbe Ohio leader and hlsDem ocrooy is full of socialism He be lieves in and advocates all Henry Georges impossIble and Utopian things that will not be until the el ement of selfishness is eliminated from the nature of man But Johnson has the organizationand he will again load the party to slaughter Hanna isall powerful in OhioHe is complete master of the situation something that Chase Sherman Schenck and Garfield never was The revolts against him have all been on paper His defeats have always proceeded and never succeeded the election or the canyon tion It is true he took orders from Roosavel his summer but it was about r nu lr that more nearly concetnid kiavelt than it did llama and ae It roaevelt made a point of itHannasubnittedthqugh he could have done whafvor fiet pleased with that convention lIeu na will be reelected Senator He will sweep Ohio for his man for Governor He will manage the na tional campaign of 1904 and if the Democratic party expects to stand up before him it must clear the decks for action and pitch its chips and whetstones overboard It looks as though tbe Democracy was petting ready to rid itself of the flotsam and jetsam that choked up the channel in 1896 and 1900 ThbPopulists have resoluted to take themselves out of the way and that will be a tremendous relief Once when Southern France was invaded and Provence was overrun with the forces of Charles V old Montmo 3rencydid it so admirably that enemy retreated They wanted the grim old Constable to fight but Mont morency declinedeaying I woulia erect a bridge of gold for retire over We can afford to mafco ay sorb of way for the PppJ h itfJ 0 iS Thread ppool 42c Corset Covers 25 15c Hand Satchels 6050850 Nice Dress Lawnsreduced to yd 6C Back Hair Combs 160 18eMEndingBaby Hair Brushes10c lcLaceMens Work Gloves pr 44 25 10C 0wings vi1le Kentucky to pass over We could even do as did Sir WRiter Raleigh for Queen Elizabethcover the m udholos with our mantles so that the dainty feet of theAllens and the sockless feet of the Sitnpeons may be undefilbd Let them go and let them be sure to take their principles with them And the Lord be praised There arc many indications that the South is tired of the follies of the last ten years A Southern statesman will even stand hitched- if one says gold standard in his hearing Southern statesmen are beginning to discover that Mr Bryan is not as matchless as be waif and to suspect that be never was a peerless as they claimed ho was Now a matchless orator and peer less statesmen when one comes to ihiuk about itcould never be fit for anything but dress parade Nobody ever tboee adJec- tives to a description of Cromwell or C lltamor Peelor Jefferson- or Jackson or Tilden or anybody else who was any account We dont make Generals of carpet knights and we dont make Presi dents of boy orators Mr Bryan could admirably declaim the ad dress of Rionzi tn the Romans all but the line I come not here to- talknbut Mr Bryan might study a thousand years and never be able to write time address of Samuel J Tilden on administrative reform And so it is that the South turns from tho declaimer to the states manfrom tine tuna who says things to the man who does things Tine Populists see how it is They know the jig is up They know that if they don t go out theywill be turned out and that is why they resolved to get out Bryan will go with them That is as certain as anything in the future that is liable to happen Mr Bryan believes things such as they are and he will bolt as quick as bat his eye if things dont go to suit him and they are not going that wy He tins been weighed in the balance ot plttica andtfouaddofeaod- partT Nt iovs defeat and Mr Bryans day as R Deimratn leader is over The Republicans are discovering some agitation over it They have some to the pass that they put their trust in Bryan If one would go into an assemblage of Republi cans and ask Whats tho matter with Bryan the answer would swell back in grand chorus 0 hes all rigbtn Let the sugges tion be madetbat the Democrats will have a lucid interval and nominate somebody every Democrat can support on a platform every Democrat can indorse make that suggestion and whatjls the response of the Republican organs Why it is this Bryan wont let you That is what they say in Boston and St Louis In Maryland and in Minnesota Well we shall see But it is laughable the confidence the Republican leaders put in Mr Bryan To this complexion hac he come atlast AlIgns new Populist party iu certain to nominate him for President and the Republicans will be very greatly enraged if he makes a jjoor race in the middle West and a mighty poor race it will be- Tho South has its ear to the ground It wants to hear from New York andvicmltyRod from Chicago and vicinity There will be no Aliens and Simpsons in the next Democratic convention It will be Whitneys year if Whitney should be in politics as he is like ly to be The South will ask Now York whom she want and whoever New York may want wiJIbo nominated in spite of all theBrranfi that cud be sod OM all Jhp prulr iesofallho West ire romiaco may not be clciud but the G OP willknuwltiihsgota fight on its hands a fight like 1876 18801884 1888 and maybe it will be a fight like 1892 There Is the issue and tho man is standing around or gene fishing Anyhow be is in hailing distance As Allen G Thurman said The convention knows where he lives SAVOYARD POINTED FARAonArns Once more the umpire is doing his an nual stunt us a martyr- A boy never considers himself a man until hte possesses a bunch1 of keys About thjQ only thing who conies to the wan who sits down and waits is old age Some men ar hopolossly dishon est especially when they get up in the middle of tho night to robJ themselves Chicago Daily News See our Job Samples a 12 r i Srr AfSS f i F SA DDLES HARNESIi Why buy a shoddy socalled handmade or machinemadp Saddlo or Harness when you can got strictly firstcIn IIlIgOUdS Ihado here at homo and made out of tine best puktarticd ioather arid by men that only make firstclass workvOur KENTUCKY SPRING SADOti Is the casket atidcaslcRtrldiiifjaud most durabfe sndlhi aijp If you try pno sot of our handmade bU harnessSOU will always use them Ihavelhe beBlltbfloifsadUlerygVodViti tins part of tho State tarn Yours for best saddles and hnriiussy EUGENE MINIlflN 6wirtbmLEJ Yj SAM P T HISONl6 DRUGGIST FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO MRS Mr BUY GRSBN SEAL SHOES I FOR HEN W MEN Mnd CHILDREN MADE IN LOTJISYILLFJc1Y U S 11tWITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED qlES bestwearing leather in the f saleby For Oscar Chandler Kentucky OwingsvilIe tf 11 PrieesToSuitTimes II lace curtains for 45C A90C 6sc I I I 50NoJ 1g 4Cjdoc table covers for 390- 3oc f p dresser scarfs for 22C Floor oil cloth per yd 22C k riens heavy shoes regular 125 8sc I II fine r T I Kangaroo guaranteedISQ Vici Pat leather regular 3 225adies Vici Kid shoes lace ieg2 92C I II 150 6oc 4J Mens linen coats and vest 250 J W 3g8CASHO abovesoar flJSi 5Jl5r 5 IBLANK8 yon SALE For blank oil lea cictJj notes prcufs of accnu it verifications of demand warraits summons ordi nary sheriffs sales affidavits for attachment notices to take depositions indictments fur selling on Sunday indiettnenta for gaming appraisement Jwwrds l1JJ pnJais bench warrants onpjafr pro fitVg cometo TUB OUTLOOK ofllcoi we have them in stock To CORRESPONDENTS It would be a great accommodation to us if correspondents who can do so would send their items in so they would reach this office on Monday In this way the work can bo properly divided between Monday and Tuesday and the forms can bepre pared for going to press before night Tuesday Otherwise the printers have to work after night and they dont like it a little bit after working hard during the day also SURE METHOD Faith Mrs OHarra how dyo till thim twins apartSAw tisl1isyl sticks me finger in Dinnis mouth an if he bites I know lMolkeHarvard Lampoon SuE KNEW PATRICK Chaplain Edward Vattman U S A recently returned to Washington from the Philippines and relates with considerable humor his experience with an elderly Irish woman nhose son is numbered among the miss ing The young man Patrick by name a private by rank Washingtonian was captured TmeI time ago by ladronen and wiled ICunfIlooking tilipiao Father Vuttraatf learned the particulars and whr he returned to Washington cnilea upon the bereiived to brent the news Her intuItion asslaivT him for she said irnmedineljf Youve fcpRffl to t me cc irYesi1 11 good wonnrlnyiu nnuiet f that Whom thV rchasteneth t Ify r tl Iwelre in death + + t e- i1rts tire atiliet iA iYes 3O Patrlcks 1 ti t d StoII Vellm45tIpriest i l Jtiheard f rt tEitrdppcJlii fittakenPito Jt 0 iJii OLD HICKORFino u among the most famous of the pure lcFmidpleasantly invigorating for the strong For sale by S P Atcbt leon W i4s frf stylcs ol t 1 Rings JIr t 4 Watches at the most i aeenraca noire 11fJ 1841 iliFJS 1IS fSpoon Forks Etc- TDiamonds and a choice line of everySthing else usually found at the bet jewelers always J ready for inspectloirS BASCOM STTJRGELJ r JEWELER j t t t IwtLAW Office will RG jf Ji IJ JAn f p l R J tJJU J s oi 1iit7 i t1i1 t Ii ff tto f Ii 1 iotF 4h = s L1 i J lt i 555 59S J1 I 4f SS 7 5Af 0 tJi j ft I1i t c t- l fI 1 X r 1 sSp A a iio J i lt t t i r 5c i 1 rtiwt i t71l r t IIl1 i A 5 fWr r5p4 JJA 1 m t r f 1i 1 j j t tti t t s 4 91 OUTLOOK Pull CO Publishers OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY KNOWisWlio of ua know The heartaches of the men we meet Each day In positing on tho busy street I The woes and cares that press them Forebodings that distress them 1 e Who of us know Who of us think ta Of how hot tears have chased tho smiling check iOf some we meet who would not dare tot speak 1 The pangs they feel the burdens that they bear Itachhour that passes through the solemn year thinkIt 4 Who of us care To try to think and know their pain and grief t And help to bring to breaking hearts re t lief 1 To help to bear the burdens nf their care andVprayer- Who of us care SoCo Alien In N W Christian Advo j cate J Mystery of the Bayou Woods By WALKER KENNEDY T4 L Copjrlibtwn by A N Kellogg MewipaperCu 2 CHAPTER IXCONTINDKD i You may not remember it but my husband was rubbed by due of his I clerks a few months ago Tho thief f who has never been caught tOok several hundred dollars in money fcnd he may have accidentally disar ranged or carried off some ofthe pa pers pIrpnwfki j spondence find an tinnddressed and unfinished letter It is dated u few a dnys before he WitS killed Let mc a rend it to you followingIt f Dec JR 4ii c Ii have tntaplacrd my copy of the z agreement All danger Is now past e j 4 r and it is time that we should carry out the terms IIf the contract and I would like for you to appoint a I day for n consultation Itccont ad- S 1 ices have satisfied me that the Colo 7 rado a 4 nils fragment as you will see re fers to n contract or nn agreement The memorandum also refers to an agreement with Franklin which eon 4 I tamed av5clirilulc It seems reason ably certain that this letter was in tended for Franklin nllll that there- WIIK some Id llIIf nn agreement in p 4 writing between them For some 1 reason Mr Wright did not send the 4 4 letter and without knowing anything about the provisions of the agree inentIshould commend lila prudence in not sending it If he had lost his v copy of the contract lie was practi J cully at the mercy of the other party to It and to notify that party of the 1 fart would have been very poor judj 1 men I 11111e not gone through Mr a Wright correspondent yet ahd I it will throw some light on the kr4Inrk places halt suspect that I there is Kninctiing of n most impor tnnt character behind the surface V nnd T hope I shall be able to get t 0at it Mrs Wrigh remembered that 2 shorily after tile hilling of Baxtert ahle had signed some sort hi a rent c r rstnt transfer which she did not tin 1 e derstanil but which her husband hail formttv this must have been the transfer to the Shelby Heal Estate company 1rt And what do you think of my brothers easer naked Miriam who had been hit unmoved auditor during the preceding conversation I cant give ytt m opinion on It r v 4 paid Mf Everett Von know I have f been In the case only a tiny and I 4 have done no work on It at all I I y have told Herbert to keep his mouth shut Tomorrow we lire to have an j = Interview and he Is to give me his case f1 When Mr Everett reached hieroffic 1j1 iiZJitfA Irving Wnnle was waltingor him t he LQzhadi1pwn Irving ever nreJI was n boy and had always rt nwnrn personal interest in Tthim Whenever Irving got into any kind of a tangle he consulted Mr Er erf tt and It was owing to these con- S 1 t imitations that he managed to write at about some abstruse legal r g topics and to avoid the shoals of libel t t The lawyer had the utmost confidence t fi in the young man and knew that J I when he unbosomed himself frankly i t but privately no public use would 4cetbe made of his opinions9 t tY OC1lJ l came to sec you nbout the f v Wright case snid Irving I have just learned that you will defend himJ j 0414 ur neil I iwrto tell you what tItt c1hiiawyer expressed his wllllng P 1c nrss to Irving gave him an J t i f account of the striking incidents with i01 f t bs t 1 uhteh the render has already been Tnttde familiar d 1i In addition he said to the HB i it explained features of the circumstan JH 7 hal evidence you con readily estab Jii lIh the fnct that the pl11I11I wer ct iv cianged It ill generally undertutood tt tre er Wright has n story to t t t whkhwiiI place ii new phase on1 j j t 7f t tIe JIIU ref er aid possibly implicate f f ejnie oneelse So an attempt is made f 4 i 16 poison him 1 have annonncedmy puzzlelr xoaie l oi1 coveries What is the result lam 1 J dens of crime and tumble t 4liJ 1 li JlJ n an to assas 1 r N to h4 t Io tt i rove to l Jp tore tav J J1to1r 17 p At 1r Cj z 1I i Imi HA hood 1 it JI 4 i1f ornet j tVt jit j it i t jie fA If1f t1 j o y r 4 1 e tf 7 1 J i t v it tt N6fr 1 od r t I tr is Fc rtr J tft ttitt I t 2t1 iii stiCT I rt 4 S af4 7 t tc tt I J rt1O fH4 p I4- uf t Jrr d 4J I YO sj 1 tI r Ii J t tl f t f t tMta k I 1 I JeceT7 Tij f v i= Ir4S4u fr J tI 1 tt 1 tr JcA iic e jtl Jb Ji r- if s t OotO J th4 5 r2 Ur I J r 1j ay crf 7 i t i Jl t j4y 1 itt I i r1 i fJf J1 2I 1 I + Lt1ii1rf tt t rf ro 0I 1y e tt ii iJ 1 i1f 1 lr Z1IC oJr J 0 fi 1rt t JJofL r id Itr 11 t pi zKct p yh lij U 1 0 1 1 Itttoi t j r 1 ow IiIn l J tt 1 fr1 fs tr l r1f l 1 i1stlr t Ioh1t 5 U1V t r f y t fio M 1 Jo rI 1 rJ6m rJt ffot11 Jj pr 4of 11 I I 4 1 4 t 1 il htz lX l s SSffi O 4atruck nomethlng new In the IrvingYesfrom the police force on account of my ac tivity in the case JIoxv do you know that said Mr Everett Do you mean to say that the chief of police has lent himself ton plot to prevent the truth from com tug 1 at all The chief is my friend goIhave never had a complaint lodged against me The chief has no more pOwer to retain me than I have my self Perhaps it was politics Couldnt havent been I happened to have ben one pf the most active mayorWhatyour activity in the Wright ease brought about your dismissal 7 I first asked the chidIIn what grounds I was retired He replied very warmly that he harI received n peremptory note from the mayor to discharge me from the service I looked up the jntaynr and put this phlIulthatwhatever and he could give me no reason at nil sow while the mayor controls the chief he is in turn con trolled by the boss The boss Pat Kcrnignn you know the man who can ote the slums its he pleases who knows every wharf rat every den keeper nail every criminal that haunts the Host nnd other places of the same order unit who can inaki nnd unmake mayors This man vir tually appoints the police Hi III hi re enough not to abuse his pow cr lie knows that there must IIR good men on the force but he draws the line nt any interference with his followers Last night Hilly MHire resumed his place behind the bar at Peters Rest antI the place is now In full blast again This morning I saw McGee III close consultation near the mayors office At noon camorny dis missal That is only a case of circumstan tial evidence sajd Everett but I elicvc I am gelling infected with the theories of you two If there is any thing in it however sonic other in fluence than Hilly McOccs mutt have persuaded Kcrnigaii to this step utah it must have been a pecuniary or very peremptory influence MeGec would have stopped when he secured pennission to reopen his dive There is something beyond There always is in this beastly case said Warde If this organization can In ad dition hi its power to commit crime discharge at will members of the po lice force why tuuiinutlyuuuithuiuigI- sinfa from It I can hardly imagine tiny cohesive power that can bind to gether such diverse elements A great prize must be ut stake for which some one is willing to spend vast sums of money uiid to take viry ticklish risks I sec that it will be necessary to have some detective work done in this case and If you nrw willing to continue In the line you have begun 1 will pay you enough to keep you going nnd if the result of the Wright estatb settlement is favorable you shall hare n handsome fee beside That will suit me said Fcnton for to tell you the truth I have be come Interested in this case and there are n few points which have suggested themselves to me and I would like to work them out You had better do your work us quietly an possible and when you have anything to communicate conic to my home after dark If the theory we are working is correct your life wlirbu in danger the first time it is known that you are pursuing the ease And you too Irving must be careful think you hud helter let It be understood that you have liiul enough of it and that your interest in the affair has cooled If it Is agreeable to you both suppose you meet me at my house tomorrow night nt eight oclock I shall s e Wright in the nlrntn rctlii8 Theory oftbe111utrnlll1 then perhaps we can make some use of the disjointed facts in repossession The iiejct evening Wnrde sought the residence of JJr Everett on Union street some distance out He took cure to muffle himself up considerably nndns ft Vvns a very dark night anil no Unps lighted because the al lIig1lthewas ushered into the lawyers library which was very cheerful and inviting jAll the walls were lined with books A few ornaments graced the mantle piece and from the generous grate tome the warmth that tilled the en tire roomIovercoat npd ensconsed chair when the bell rang and Fentoni was announced lie came In disguise nlghllwonlrecognizing him Mr Everett was by nature a hospitable mUll A lie made his guests pruccededtgood anecdotes interlining them with a choke punch of his own milking the recipe for which was a native of Virginia and hud been in the family for Inure than 100 years The lawyer was in exceptionally bright spirits nndl1il whole manner indicated that fir had something to tell which would surprise them In a dignilied lawyer- like way he seemed to relish the filet that h lund sensation to communi cute I have seen Herbert Wright to day he saldund he Msput me in possession of his defense It is of such a character Unit I must pledge you both to secrecy but I must also put you in possession of it because you can both help me If we should publish jt in the of illus to morrow 1aeugclollILthtnearIy y in the city clumsyliarutterly incredible but the events with which you are familiar and which have been withheld from the public storyiutnd only the most painstaking labor chaintherl J John T Wright also pervades t ess career The man Z lie estimation was a r f tta apparently almost a 1- Pty somevr 1 itopo tthe same key will p i i th John T Wright F 1andh madjf large i Is business Where J l tc V y answer to this cat 20 years ago J + hm the gallows i l fpuech they1fIto tw f i ifititriJ ih l lj f Ja ILJrti1 1 7 i oI f Itrt s t 4iIt l jot JtJf 9 k1ftf i 1 I f t t 41it b1t 5 Io i l t t b S J Ip r t r tever be established said Irving helplessly Fcnton was deeply interested he was even excited Here was some thing worthy of bis mettle I think I unit do something in this case he said quietly but with something In his tone that Indicated n sub mined enthusiasm The gleam in his eye and the com SlgnIOcnntIcntun was not In human nature that he should not be glad at hinting the op portunity to get even He was con vinced that he was the victim of too much Interest In the Wright case nnd he felt his resolution nerved anew in the desire to clear up the affair in tlsittny he would have a royal rrvengc nm ennthieudor OJIR thing thoroughly said Mr Everett ns they were nbout to hrcn kill and it is this Herbert Wrights story fur nishes the ground work from which we must work to clear Up the mys cry and it Is useless to follow any other theory or else there Is no mystery and ho is Ids fathers tour derer So would advise you both to keep hIstory clearly In mind what ever you till Irving now took lila departure Ientoit remained a few minutes longer to discuss sniue of the detail irf his work and then lit too left Inking n Direction different front that taken by Wnrde The three men weru now thoroughly alive to the Import alice til working quietly nntl free from observation rilMTKU It In now proper to touch upon a different clement lu this story It tally seem strange to the reader that Warde should have developed so lit dent nn Interest In the cftsc which wo have been considering und the writer would nut be unite frank if he did Tint admit thai the young reporter aetUlly wns nut purely professional From the very moment that he be lucid Miriam Wright the mystery hud possessed fur him a fascination that would not be put aside So far ns Her cllllnotfInterested in his affairs and Il wai nt first more an instinct thun any thing else which caused Mill to be lien that the young fellow was Inno rent it was the intangible influence WHEN EVKRYTH1NO HAD BBEN SAID Anoirr HIM THEY BEGAN TO TALK Boer THEMSELVES of Miriam Wright that enlisted hn ardently In the east und that intent shied his eagerness over each new do velopnienl There was something about her lonclinruss that appealed to him and from the very first her beauty hail stirred him as he hod never been stirred before His Interest in the vase save him an excuse for seeing her frequently and us lie oilnJlinywere alwnysnceeptable Thieve were features hi the Wright case whtcb were rather repulsive to hjm Tht character of the iniirdprert iftan visuch that he would have felt very much like saying that his Inking oil wns hardly tcorth investigating with a View f punisMng the murderer lint it seemed at first to involve tIme punishment of an Innocent man and that appealed to Irvings sense of falf play In tIme ijext place it introduced Into his life the cbncnt that trans figured nuil transforms the world A friendship soon became cemented between himself and Miriam Per Imps nt first each was a novelty to thin other nnd therein lay the charm Miriams life hind been narrow and introspective She knew the world only through the medium of bonks She seldom received or paid visitX antI sIte haul obtained her education nt tho hands of a governess and had she been cast upon a desert isle ber idle Ute could hardly have been more restricted She was so unlike the 1It1It women whom Irving knew that he wcs attracted to her from the startAt first his visits were taken up with the latest news nbout Herberts rase the value of the testimony the probable action of the jury the evl dente that could be introduced for Herbert nml vnriousNother features of the case Hut there came a time when this topic was pretty nearly exhausted AM the events In Herberts life hd been rexiewcd his dlspost inn iiad been analyzed nail every probable possibility and possible probability in connection with the case hall been canvassed Up to this time their acquaintance had been based on their joint concern for Mi riams brother but when everything had been said about him and his affairs that could be said they began to talk about themselves and like the timid skater venturing rather warily the new ice they yerw Decidedly shy nt first but when they found haUha Ice would hold them as it were they became braver iind more daring Confidence begat confi dence The acquaintance ripened apace and it was not very long be fore each of them was aware of the tender touch of an unseen Influence Then Christmas came Irving spent a good deal ot his time at the Wright place He was received on a footing of a friend and he did much in a quiet unobtrusive way to make the holidays less sad for Miriam and her mother To Be Continued Worpe Than WastoA Detroit young man who TU deeply in love with this fair lady who Jived in another town In Michi ingforhimS9 he wenfto the telegraph office messageWill Twenty word answer paid for An hour later he gQt Ms answer Youjjre extravagant Why pay tft10 words tqo HWBJ WrNt y WorWt t l i f il icI i t f i ARE OFF OYSTER BAY North Atlantic Fleet ofFighting Vessels Anchored There President Roosevelt Arrived Near the Kearsarge In Naval Yacht Sylph and Attended Divine Services on the Big ManofWar 0 Oyster Bay N Y Aug 17With the North Atlantic fleet anchored oil Oyster Bay Sunday was almost a fete day on the bay and sound Hundreds of pleasure craft ranging through all the grndes from the pleblan rowboat to the aristocratic steam yacht have been hovering about the fleet of great fight- Ing machines throughout the day Ofu cers of the flagship Kearsargo Sunday estimated that 1000 persons were In or about the various vessels during the day and evening The busiest men on the ships were the marine who were kept under arms all day In full dress The jackles on all the ships were attired In white duck Official formalities were begun at 9 oclock Sunday morning when Ilr Adm Barker commandcrInchlef of the fleet accompanied by Capt Hcmphll of the Kcarsarce anti Flag Lieut W Ebrle went in a boat to the Dolphin to pay his rcspectc to Secretary of th2 Navy Moody An hour later Secretary Moody accompanied by Former S ere tary W E Chandler returned tho visit being received on board the Kear sarge with special honors They remained to attend divine service When Adm Barker was informed that the president also would attend the service orders were issued for all officers to appear In Bpccla full dress Shortly before 11 a m President Roosevelt arrived near the Kcarcargo In the naval yacht Sylph Flag Lieut Eberle put off in the steam barge to present to the president the admirals compliments anti to conduct him aboard the flagship On board the Kearsarge the president as he came over the side was received with hon ors due to the president of the United States The band was paraded the marines presented army the bugle sounded a fanfare and tte drums gave four ruffles Then the band pla- yedHaJJ to the Chief and Adm Barker received the president on the quarterdeckA later a launch from the Sylph conveyed to the Kearsarge Mrs Roosevelt Miss Alice Roosevelt Mrs Emlln Roosevelt Miss Christine Roosevelt Capt Wlllard If Brown son superintendent of the naval acad emy and the Roosevelt children The service was conducted by Chapla n Isaacs of the Kearsargo on the after part of the covered gun deck The president and his party occu pied seats immediately behind the chaplain who in conducting the service faced the enlisted men fhe ships officers were arranged In the rear of the presidents party The music was by the flagships orchestra Chaplain Isaacs sermon was partic ularly addressed to the officers and men of the ship His special theme was that the man who served his ccun try best Is ho who serves best his God At the conclusion of the service which was very Impressive the president and Secretary Moody chattel with Adra Barker and casually In spected some parts of the ship Tho president then received Rr Adms Wise Sands and Coghlaa who had come from their flagships to pay their respectsMrs Roosevelt find the other ladies were shown over the thlp by Flag Ueut Eberle and was particularly de lighted with the magnificent punch bowl presented by the German em peror on the occasion of the visit ct the ge to Kiel 9 WI t tntf Kear 7p m U rBIdes of all the ship were again manned and every honor was paid except the firing of the salute which was omitted because his visit was unofficial and was made on a SundayTHE G A R ENCAMPMENT Gens John C Black and Nelson A Miles Arrive In San Francisco San Francisco Aug 17Whlle tha formal exercises of the national re union of the Grand Army of the Re public do not begin until Monday the encampment was to all Intents and purposes opened Sunday with the ar rival of Gen Thomas J Stewart corn manderlnchlef on a special train bearing 365 members 6f the different Pennsylvania posts Other distin guished arrivals Sunday were Gen Nel son A Miles and Gen John C Black who Is most prominently spoken of as the next Commanderinchief of the AR Trains arrived all day and late Sunday night bringing many members and veterans The registration bureau and information booths were thronged all day It will be Tuesday before all Incoming trains will have arrived and on Wednesday the day set for the pa rade Itfs estimated that there will be fully 50000 visitors In the city Roosevelt Delivered An Address Oyster Bay NY Aug 17Presl dent Roosevcltdellvcred tho principal address at the quarterly meeting of the Society of the Holy Name of Brooklyn and Long Island held here Sunday Decency of speech and conduct con stituted the theme of his address Storm at Saltlllo Mex Saltillo Mex Aug 17Thls section was visited by a severe wind iSS ram storm which played havoc with the roofs of houses trees and overflowed several creeks Property loss will aggregate thousands of dollars Shaken By An Earthquake Alton Iii Aug 17An earthquake shock was felt at 314 Sunday morn- Ing Most of the residents of Alton were awakened Tho shock shook a quantity of plastering loose In the M E church At East Alton bricks wore shaken from several chimneys Date of Launching Is Set Newport News Va Aug 17OM clal announcement was made of tho selection of Saturday September 12 as the date for launching the 15000 ton armored cruiser Maryland at the shipyards Big Damages Asked Seoul August 17TheSeoul elee tric railway a United States concern has been to Koreans anti scarcely any passengersare traveling The United States minister has claimed damages at the rate of flOO a daj from the Korean government Worlds Cycling Championship Copenhagen Aug 17Acontest for the worlds cycling championship was held here Sunday A Dutchman named Plckentam won the 100 kilometre professional xacebls time being j hour 29 minuter find 533 tecondi IUFE IPSONPtiEN1 Curt Jett anti Tout White Con victed of Murder WasMadeTheOppose the Motion as to Jetts Case Cynthlana Ky Aug ISCurt Jett feudistswere andsentencedtlary handedthe seemcdfateful words Jett with clinched stilltrlelldocio The defense filed grounds and mo FridaythelieDobjocionsintroductionf affidavitsthat a fair and impartial trial could mllltaldisplaypublic mind RO that a fair trial could not be lund It Is almost certain that forthisThe attorneys for the prosecution were in consultation all Friday after noon as to whether or not they will oppose the motion as to Jett as they say If they can get a new trial In this case they will have enough evidence In the case at the next trial to convict AttorneyByrdoppose the new trial that at the next betorethree weeks from Monday they will put forward the case of the common thelefendantsCockcrill to which murder there were some six eyo witnesses thereby sUc- ceeding in hanging Jett which has prosecutIonTho main features In the case at bar Friday have been the charges against Juror Jasper King who lives In this city and who was until two years ago a deputy sheriff of the county anti a man who has been highly es teemed Jurors McNees Northcutt and Tate all said Friday morning that King did attempt to Influence them to decide for Jett anti White in this caso by saying that there was nothing against the defendants Judge Os borne In his admonition to the jury told them not to talk about this case among each other until It was finally given to them to decide This seems and It Is said by attorneys here to be contempt ot court No movements have been raadpsU yet as to the soldiers r r llama the officer Jg situation said F t no movements as yet decided on ar t elded on until n grounds and maLi tt bhad been passed c jS that the matter of i vthe soldiers were Ii 1 self and Judge Osb f Cynthlana Ky A r and Tom White we ed from this city a In separate cells f fetiIni or at 5 oulock oyr fil lml fr 1 PCN 1C WAGON ESJ A Ft rty of Nuns ani More or Le Great Falls Mont aa toverturning1 Petors mission a i Indian girls were r down the side of t iv nunclatc was fatally v jrlouslyIndian girls wero lacerated The ned lag a heavy electrlt i lightning frlghtenln V causing them to d V embankment JWAGONSTRUCtTwo t i lr v 0StoStransit15 persons near tE vjv Gravois avenue ant r Sunday night serlou J Mauser and his v t slightly Injuring Rob old son Mrs Otto EIuv Zimmer Miss Mary G c Koch 11 Declares the Wll Naples Aug 15s i named Mllohe willed t of 80000 to the reign y Leo XIII was at thCs j The priest has since d Ily now set up the els li 0 Is Invalid i i t Good Price Fo q Safatogaf N Y A i auction sale of yea Fairview stud the prc and A J Reed Frl t I by Imp Knight of thv h sold to P J Dwyer I V r Caldwell Beat Manchester N H A Caldwell beat Benny M mile motor paced race i lapping him In the slxti mile and finishing In time ever made for that eight lap track In com Italian Consul 11 Rome Aug 15Somel waS felt here over news to donla which Indicated th consul at Monastlr was Ii that hp might suffer the Russian colleague at tha jIThe Weeks Business New 15B urea In theUnltel States f ending with August 13 i 0 against 161 last week 181 week of 1902 178 In 100L In Canada failures for the her 16 as against 26 last Police Chief Mysterious Springfield Aug IE ney chief of police of lj i came to SprJngtJeld lastf has mysteriously disappear Springfield police have fln4 any tfac9 of bis wbJ tZIi I j t 1zi i A iek J ic r P J HE IS STILL CHAMPION Jeffries Knocked Out Corlett In the Tenth Round The Few Blows Corbett Landed on the Giant Were Apparently Without Sting and He Was Outpoint ed From the First San Francisco Aug 15Ten thou sand men were seated In the arena In Mechanics pavilion at 9 oclock Fri day night representing an expenditure for seating accommodations aggregat- Ing 54000 This Is the largest crowd that ever assembled at a ringside In this country and the third largest sum In dollars and cents ever contested for The two that exceeded It in re ceipts were the CorbettJeffrles fight at Coney Island 66000 anti the Cor bettMcCoy flght at Madison Square garden New York 03000 James J Jeffries champion heavy weight of the world played with Jim Corbett for nine rounds and a halt Friday night anti then Corbctts seconds motioned to Referee Graney to stop the fight in order to save their man from needless punishment The end came shortly after the beginning ot the tenth round when Jeffries planted one of his terrific left swings on Corbetts stomach The man who con quered John L Sullivan droppod to the floor In agony and the memorable scene at Carson City when Bob Flti Simmons landed his solar plexus blow was almost duplicated This time however Corbett struggled to his feet and again faced his gigantic adver sary With hardly a moments hesi tation Jeffries swung his right and again landed on Corbetts stomach Jim dropped to the floor and then It was that Tommy Ryan seeing that it was nil over motioned to Referee Graney to stop the punishment The fight Friday night demonstrated beyond all doubt that Jeffries stands alone In his class He showed remark able Improvement In both speed and skill Corbett during the first part of the fight was almost outpointed and the few blows that he landedon Jef fries were apparently without sting Jeffries was never In heften condition He looked lighter than usual and tie way he moved about on his feet and the frequency with which he countered Corbetts leads astonished everybody Corbett in comparison with the big man opposed to him looked very light but was really heavier than ever be fore Ho appeared to have lost some of his oft time speed and skill during the early part of the fight but this may have been due to Jeffries mar velous Improvement Corbetts phys ical condition appeared to be nIl that he had claimed for It He stood many of Jeffries terrific blows without winc ing and came back swinging left and right and landing frequently but his blows hardly stung Jeffries Jeffries was not only stronger faster and clev erer than ever before hut he used his head l b better purpose and although Corbett won enough to I t rles would i t 0tlclng tho r J Telling hits fielding the s t h tr Corbett Icr to Jet f fU lSby the z ta 1 SIbeat rue i i vlone can 1 I stated t aIb gin wete if fd by a f as Corf It 1 tip 1 not the 4 st fight ekritj pnislmeil Ij rgif 1mniiilcit 4 h Ij td Hur con Ie ref fend blow Tn the 177 r1afterJ fi or V Vatch r k me Ltlir ekti me 11tfttH effrles man J 5asun oma appar IHE- ln the St kept portu duck lows avail- time Hssary f that iploh c5t ar 0 ma aol Ion tcl 4 Sic esS5t erS pi O S1- rjS b I 1 1L 5IS iS SS ii 4 ip L t 5t s t fltSt f c q5 A German Farmer Cnne Rich Fountain Mo hitbRcv andfavorablyU doing much for his people fortheRev Mr 1opc has 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Strtat Gs- MAKE LOOK SMALL Hentnl MatliemBtlelan Get o Work and Simmer Them Down j Xcnrly Notlilnsr Whitelaw Reidof New York the before Phi Beta Kappa society of Vassar college discussed di 3 vorce and its attendant evils He said Six hundred and fiftyfour thousand per tons divorced this country during the last 20 years 4 This statement the narrator the itory caused wrinkles and furrows to form i on the forehead one print maiden A flash of theeyc and then whisper to an classmate Thats equal to 32700 persons year The classmates brow now began to denote activity Or272i persons month Or 681 persons a week said the mental Ninetyseven iach day sever marital relations was the next computaS LionI aWhy thata only four persons an heur1 r rejoinderPooh evrry hour And they say there 70000000 ped pie in this country SSWhat a narrow view somp menjake- ofjife And the nodded an- 51tfe mcnt Merit Make It the Worlds Trader 4IMeVit medicine ever put info pleasantusetlslQg given Cascarets the great est the world among laxative mcd Over million boxes year P I now being bought by the American Great success always brings out imitators and readers that when it 4icomes to buying medicine the best is too good and whenever dealer offersto tsell something just as good put it t down a worthless fake your money your pocket and go store where Z you will treated fairly and where when you ask for Cascarets you will get what you ak for Oar StrrnnoH Life Foreigner seek various ways ex press their sense the strenuousness of American life An educated young Italr languagetriedother He said and with much care Americans doeverythingrushlyS 1 N Times If you sand too much upon your digS J nity somebody in sure to on itL 4 Give Warning of Approach otflore Serious Trouble Do you experience ilLs of depression with restlessness alternating with upon hysteria AVQ your spirits- easily hffected so that oie niinute you laugh And the next fall into con j t Do youleeleornethingllke aball rising inyour throat and threaten trig to you senses perverted morbidly to light antIsound pain in the ovaries especially between the sometimes loss of voice nervous dyspepsia and almost continually cross and snappy with a tendencyto at the lease provocation I ifso yon nerves are iii a shatteied condition and you are threatSened wlthiiervous prostration Undoubtedly you do not know it but in nine cases out of ten this is edygoieuterinedisorderanlthenervescenteringinandabouttheS organs wb make you woman influence your entire nervous system a Something must be done at once to restore their natural condition or I you vilt be prot ted for weeksand months pcjhans and suffer untold imserySPrOpL hat nothing in thS world is better ifor this purpose tUuJnkhatns Yietall9 CpmjAiiind thou sands antI thousanus sii1IiW written 113 so How Hrs Holland of Philadelphiar suffered among the finest physicians In the country none of whom could help her finally cured by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Ditn Mae PINKIIAM lbr over two years T was ji constant suf ferer from extreme lienrousness indigestion and Menstruation was irregular had backache and a feeling of great and weak ness I was so bad that I was notable to do my own work or go far inSthe street I could not sleep nights Itried several splendid doctors but they gave urn no relief After taking LydjaE Pinkhams Vegetable Conipbii il I soon began to feel and was able to go out and not feel as if I would fall at every step I continued to take medicine until curedi I cannot say enough in behalf of Lydia E inkharns medicine and heartily recommend all suffering women to tryit and find the relief I dkLMns FLORENCE HOLLAND 622 S CliftQn St Ilula delphLaPa Jan 1902 Another case of severe female trouble cured by Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compoundafter the doctors had failed DEAB MBS P1NKuII was in poor health for several years had female trouble and was not Pablo to do my housework alone I felt tired very nervous and could not sleep I doctored with several doctors They doctorel inc foi ray stomach but chill nolrelieve me I read in your book about your medicine and thought I would try it I did so am now cured and able to do my work alorie and feel good I was always very poor but now weigh one hundred and fifty pounds I thank you for tho relief I have obtained and tf hope that every woman troubled with female weakness wilt give Lydia E Binkhams Vegetable Compound trial I have recommended it to many of my friends MRS MAIUA BOWERS lUillersville Ohio AugilS 1901 Will not the volumes of lett rs from vomeli made1 strbng by JPInklmms Vegetable Compound convince till of the virtues of this medicine P How shall the fact that it will help them be made huInSSurely you cannot vIsh to remain weak nndtck anti discour aged exhausted with each days work You nave sortie derange meat of the feminine organism and Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound will help you just as surely as it has others jSS NEW JUVAL Loaded Black Powder ShelsIshoot stronger and reload better any other black powder shells on the market because Ii they ae loaded me carefullyi and made more scientifically 5Try them They are 1111 IUJNTftb IAVRITI U yon suffer from Filling Sick St Vltosi or Vertigo ctll relatives friends or neighbor that to it people are tffileted B T Treatment Immediately sod IANENTLY CURE end you M to is to tor my FREE TREAT 1ENT and try It It his CURED thousands here everything Will be sent bin free express prepsid- Epilepsy BE by Please give name and laddrect All correspondence prote4son ly ifldentlal M WH MAT MD Pln We Y9rt Q y a FIGURES to in annual address in t4 says of of a attentive a ft first arithmetician Ii are other has sao in icmes ten a are are none a you 4 as put in to a be in to of the day Iowly Y walk and shoulders cry a lassitude the 0 I a iJydlaJG than lUUIflbIW gives slant is in P1 LES LYCUZES sad OSTLVE PILES Vor ATtAKElL free sami4e a2dreviSrob toe buildiag New ToT IPAYSPOTCASHFOSMiurAity I A A A TQ COUNTY Ui It li IUissued to toidlera of afly war Write stOnCL VRAN ii RSQER BaitS BlockTDesyer Solo ILCOU5bSYrap aitsooceVe in its 5015 b d Sti I ls 4 7ri i C Getting Back Into the Harness f fi t David In the FiftyFirst Psalm Points the Way4 Back to God and His Service t t i IJ J JSermon tly the HIghway and Byway Pteacbi tf JIJ F fL f Copyrighiio3 by J M Edson Is a SJ ItChlcagoSnndaLAUg 161903 1 heart 0Ir fGod and renew a steadfast Mliit within tat Cost me not away from Thy pres fromIunto me the of Thy salva ftlon and uphold me with a willing spirit Then will I teach transRressori Thy ways Theetllevlstd version marginal r lnIJ II MR text Is a prayer fervid prayer rising from the lips of a man whose heart is crushed with a sense faf his own miserable fail ure and awful sin but whose faith and repent a n c eIpave the way which leads back to God and His ties sc d service The Psalm f from which it Is taenjthe I j 1i chapter of a sforr ol sin and its deploraI ble consequences Sin had severed fel lowship with God and terminated ac ccptable and efficient service In an un Ii guarded moment while yielding to theI ease ad luxury of his royal state he 4 slipped the traces of uprightness and bolted off into the enticing meadows of r cfrn He gratified his desires but at f fearful cost He sacrificed his peace of mind and heart and destroyed his a for good As the days came and wentI he groped in the dark while he sought to find light In himself and tried to jus tlfy himself by the conduct of the kings of tho nations about him That which I ic he had done was only the common prac J tlje of kings and rulers of bls day No z oneln the kingdom dared taU into pb tlon the acts of the great KlngDavld- l ewas not in danger Of punishment at l z the hands of the nation But notwith L 7standing this those were days of dark ness to the king who had fellowshlped a 4 with God and performed His service 1t The distress and disquiet and darkness t of those days can be realized only In I the light of Davids open confession and his yearning appeal Ills heart stained with lust and murder oh how black it c Sseemed as ho turned toward God and pleaded for the purging and cleansing of that heart His fickleness and Int t constancy oh how miserably weak and t 4contemptible las belonged to have a itsJeadfast spirit renew ctwithin him The r awful danger of being t away from 4 God and losing the presence of the Holy tlt Spirit who had come upon him when he i had been anointed years before as Gods to chosen one to rule His people oh how t l it stifled his heart with its terrifying J 4 dread The joy o the presence and sav leg grace of the Lord which he bad It known In days past before yielding to temptation and indulging In sin had van 4i1 lihed and oh how he wished that he bI might again feel the Indllng within tbatI I would warm his heart towards God and make him long for the salvation of theI Inner And with the realization of ally 1 thisthe weight of his sins his un 4 faithfulness his separation from God his unfitness for service there came the t longing to get back to God and again be yoked up with Him In fellowship and service fit common is the experience of z r HOW among Christians of sinful lirauTgence of separation from God i i Days of darkness come The Inspiration for service has died out The sense of Joy in the salvation oft Lord has been lost There may be thE r rmctory die charge of jellglousTiu s f as there was probably with DL u jiuljj the 1 period of his sinfulness iiii SCIH from GodOh hov often the CLr ii T gtIfS oa nrthis con ttlon No f ncler r he gets no j N sericNc wonder there Is ui slttslactilufci1 i i i couragement V wo e I i falls togo to lcd r full jtluCr swi of sin against lllr anti filwds nrt for the cleansed hiir nul the new iufllllDg of the Spirits gfauully he gets farther and farther away Jn the darkness and b finally gives up even the outward dls ply of devotion and eenicejo the Lord i and His causes Nearly evjry Christian T has the experience of slipping from the t F blessed yoke Which he is haring with the Christ who has redeemed him and x of wandering oft and browsing in the attractive fields of the worldsjleasurcs and sins but so few comparatively are t like David in humble confession and ear nest pleading In faith for cleansing and t reinstatement There Isa great deal of tl unyoking but so little yoking up again The Christian gels out of the harness which enables him to do effective serv t J Ice for the Lord but he does not always f get back Into the harness again As we have said be goes on with his accus I tomed religious duties and devotions but the inspiration andjor of service are l1 lost because unconfessed sin and sep aratloq from No amount of sub eequent service and fallhfnlneEs can cover up the sin that l festering in the as heart or re tore to working fellowship J with God TAKES a hearttfiat is cleansed ITfrom all sitr andtiandswhlrh have been washed from Iniquity to render Jacceptable selce to God InjIle twen at I Psalm David asls Who I shall ascend into the bill ofthe Lord Ior who shall stand in his holy place g He that hath clean hands and a pure 4 11eartrbo hath not lifted his soul unto iitty nor sworn dieltfully i ThSLVJ the spirit and i rposeoC Jesus teaching when He aldUthou5 bring thy gift to the tltar and i there rememberest th tthlbrother lf1LyetheretbYXtft frky flrsf be recoaciled to thrfther 4i and then come and offer thy gift The tz gift OR the altar is representative of c CKrlstlan service but before it can be SIS ceptetltheremust be a1Jeaningup oVoid scores WTOHBS must ghte confessions must be made must be cleansed hands must be purified It al was the coaBcIdusmestf of this which bowed a great and mighty king in the I dust of coflfewion and repentance and 1I made him plead the prayer HouViext I Create for me acla heart O God j4 aid renew a steadfastspirit wt tnec- astt me not away from Thy presence and Uke pt Thy HolySphit frome rT T tetori unto me the joy of Thy lal- TatlOf1aadupholdmtrwlthawUllligI plrttf WbnLlt Then will I teach transgressora Thy ways and nners shall be converted unto Thee ITJavid was conscious that his sin iaJd separated him from God and Unfitted 4 Vim for seryiceHe was ao longer able fd teach transgrea rs tie ways of the Lord nor lead slBners lmio the light of salvation Mid instead of persisting in eflbrt ofxa Christian life uidl rvICwhlch would be pftlnfulTiGf- duasatjsfactqry and unfruitfalbb J ougkt with araeta otPUJI Jo J rt HrI Wlt nr l- zjtJ c j 1l f 4 l toJ o re4 t to 4 flI t r JtWtr t ft r 1if1 f1 Jw could feel the comradeship and fellowship of his Lord and know that ho was working effectively for Him 1 Y CHRISTIAN friend my brother nor sister In Christ has sinful indulgence of the Inner life or the out ward conduct has sin of omission or of commission has neglect or Indiffer ence or willful desire Interrupted your fellowship with yyur Lord and taken away your sense of Joy in the saving Lord and His blessed service liasI there come a deadness in your tian life which makes of the Christian life and service a painful duty Have you gone on in blind desperation and discouragement Have you somchowI thought to earn your way to theI Lordf Have you by your feverish zealj endeavored to wipe out past sins failures Perhaps you have We all are so apt to do so It is so hard to get away down in the dust of humility and confess sin and plead for 10rgheI ness and cleansing Tho pride heart keeps us from bendng our kneeJt and opening our hearts to the light of Gods purity and the clcanslngI of Christs shed blood We go on on but transgressors are not taught tho way of the Lord and sinners are nottconverted What we need Is David needed The cry ot the PsalmI1st must pour from qur lips walk the pathway of confession arid re pentance so that we may gahi be yoked up with Christ and AfiytHm perform joyfuLand efficient erYiaJ AVING gained the presence of the H Lord by confession and repent ance David pleads for six tb2ngsscss- entlal to equipment for service ftc longs to get back into the harriers of his Lords service again He wants to teach transgressors the ways of the Lord he wants to lead sinners to salvation He knows he Is not fitted to do so but he knows the Lord can equip him He asks first for a clean luartfCreate for me a clean heart 0 This God only can do Man can weep and garnish the old natural heart buttIt takes God to creat a clean heart remember Jesus parable of the manI who drove out the unclean spirit from his heart and swept and garnished Ittand how later seven other spirits more evil than the first came back In his company and took possession of the heart which the man had cleaned It Is always so when man undertakes the task of his own heart cleaning FallI urc and disappointment must always mark such attempt for God is the only one who can snccesslull perform the task David does not ask God to patchIup the old heart but pleads creation of a clean heart as though there was nothing which David could provide which would make any klnj of a presentable heart What is need en in his caseIs a creation not a mal ing over During housecleaning time last spring wife and I spread out an old rug which we thought contained abundant good material for a smaller madeover rug but when we came toIexamine carefully preparatory to making of the new nil we found that the remnants of the old rug were so utterly worthless that it was oufc of the question to use It David spreadI his heart out before the when he saw its filth and worthlessness he gave up the thought of reconstruction and at once pleaded for the creation of something new Some rw J r hc5 1 J1rt of rnrs aI9 od aLtSahvi u4 ate tai ou cf which Instructa dean heart itt wheri we e AlIt it into Gods hands for remaking He begins to show us that what He has declared regarding the human heart that It is deceitful above aUI things and desperately wlcltedIsI true and we turn hopelessly from ourselves and plead Davids prayerI Create for me a clean heart 0 God AVIDS second request was for a D steadfast spirit With David it was a desire lor renewal of that which he had known in the days that were behind The steadfast spirit had kept him faithfully watching Ovex his flocks until called by God and anointed to be king It had made him patient all through the years of persecution lindI trial at the hands of Saul It badlmade him brave In the hour of It had given him a generous forgiv lag spirit when Saul was within his power and when victory finally gave him the kingdom It is a blessed thing to be able to plead for a renewal of a- steadCastspllt The past Jlfe speaks of hopefulness for tho future But even If the Christian cannot plead for renewal though the past Chris tian life has been all written over with weakness and failure still he may ask God to GIVE a steadfast spirit And this says F3 Meyer God can give and will gl elQ us by His Holy Spirit He can renew our will from day to day and Infuse into us His own 1 linaltering uhalterable purpose JIIcan make possible obedi ence to the apostolic Injunction iRe yc steadfast immovable alwys abounding in the work of the Lord Hear what comfortable WQrd thfi Afrostle Peter saith Thn tOd of all Jnf1per1nllsuffered a while shall Himself restore stabllsh and sUe jrpu Theft wt shall moveresolktely and unfallirlngly onward Colunj bns undaunted bfalscburagement we shklb cross unknqwn seas till the jlcenLol tblandwe seek is wafted across tie brief intervening distancemore FlUT David wainled D t ana bloan heart and a steadfast spirit He longed for the oYwhohI had surged and swelled In lhe realized that The Lord ll My light and My ealSration His songs out on them uBtBID 4lde thrilled and put sated wittfthe inner strains of faith whlchv made ever fresh and new the way of salvation The joy of Thy salvaUortOh how real Oh how full and at timeawelinlgh overwhelm ing Kferrtedeemed soul knows that experience When the angels begin to sing In Heaven over one sinner that repenteth there is a new song break ing out in that sinners soul which is new and blessed and real and which he will never forget The Joy of sal vation is not abiding because sin enters in to dim the vis nand dull the heart wayward to the Heavenly music David longed to hear those strains gJhiHe longed to feel the touch of HIs Lord as He drew music train his IItvatlon1bid iJA i j J 4 1S 4 e 4 t r L j 0 m1f I7 t 1jiJ he might feel that joy again Is not that the yearnings which you have at times dear Christian You recall the fervor with which you sang 0 happy day that fixed my choice On Thee my Saviour and my God Well may this glowing heart rejoice And tell Its raptures all abroad Happy day happy day When Jesus washed my sins away lie taught me how to watch and pray Anti live rejoicing every day Happy day happy day When Jesus washed my sins away And you long for the joy which swelled In your heart then and male you anxious to lead others to Christ You have lost that joy and sense of nearness of your Saviour because you have allowed other things sin and the desires of the heart to comebetween yourself and your Lord That Joy of salvation may be restored to you even as it was to David of salvation and a willing JOY David wanted Joy of sal vation restored to him He wanted God to uphold him with a willing spirit This was the fourth petition oUhe Psalmist A willing spirit is that which makes the Christian obedient to the leading of the Holy Spirit The spirit of man is naturally willful and disobedient It takes long schooling and earnest effort the Christian to stifle the self spirit and give place tothe willing spirit The willing spirit is always the blessed twin of the Joy of salvation The two O hand hand While the heart sings YH Joints salvation the life yitdIJiiflob- edience to the indwelling Snifrltahd the exalted Christ But when the Chris ian is far away from God and hayloft joy of salvation the self n control God wants the Christian to walk upright How sad Is the picture of he Christian who is ah twisted and dis torted in his life because the self spirit carried him hither and thither ire spccHve of Gods will and desire eon ccrnlng him it takes the willing spirit to make a Christian walk upright David pleads Uphold me with a willing spirit Hold me up with a spirit which will make me willing to abide In the will of GodmyFatherand Jesus my Saviour The joy of salvation enkindles a willing spirit and the willing spirit If encouraged and given sway over the life keeps the wellsprings of salvation constantly bubbling in joyful flow 1MVO other things David pleaded for he might be again equipped for Lords service Because of unfaith he feared that God might cast him from Him and that He might with His Holy Spirit Against these wo awful conditions he pleaded The guilty soul always realizes that if it received its just due it would be banished the presence of the Lord and cease o feel the working and leading of the Holy Spirit Being cast off by God means the hopeless despair of the outer darkness the withdrawing of the Holy Spirit means utter and final deadness to and righteousness and judgment to come The prodigal son In the far coun try while he was enjoying life there did not dread being cast off by his father but when he came back the penitent the dread was in his heart that his father might cast him off because It was no more than he deserved The soul In the presence of God realizes what an awful thing it would be to be cast off by Got and to have Him withdraw His Holy Spirit And God lets Jhe anguish of this fear sweep over the soul that itniay learn more clearly how blessed it Is to be near the Lord and to have the Holy Spirit as the indwelling presence to lead us and strengthen us and plead with God for us for those things which the natural set T does notrealize are needed It is Slid that we do not appreciate our blessings and treasures until they have vanished God lets the soul feel that it- Ithas lost God and His Holy Spirit by its faithlessness that He may awaken It to a realization of what fellowship with God and the possession of the Holy Spirit mean VKD cl that eadejjforlfere 1h s Ma ms Lord He warTV u t h iiiressor8 the way ol the Lord he wunltd o lead sinners to salvation He must be restored Yielding to his own desires unfitted him for service He couldnot go on making pretense of his religious life One thing David never was a hypocrite The satisfaction of his religious tIre was not In outward senice hut in Inward rela tionship to God And so in order that he might render again unto the Lord an acceptable and efficient service he asks for a clean heart a steadfast spirit new sense of the joy of salvation a will ing spirit and these are what every Christian needs Iffin has stripped you of your harness If it has driven you from the yoke which Christ has invited you to wear with Him then oh Christian o not go blindly on In your Christian ife and service do not strive by fleshly zeal to get back into the harness again but let David teach you how you zany be reyoked with Christ and again teach transgressors the way of the Lord and lead sinners unto Him DIDNT WANT EDUCATION President of the French Republic He lilted A temp n to SetMLJIliB to School When o 1i In the days of his youth President Emlle Loubet of the republic of France was of a somewhat strenuouV ty foe He was then living with ills par ntsat Marsan e and he was so fond of his rambling outofdoor life that hen used declare that nothing would ever In duce him to go to a jidllege His par ents however bad their own ideas as 10 what was good for him So his father made arrarigements when Emlle was about nine years of age that he should go to the college of Crest The day of ntty to the school came but no Emlle could be found At last toward evening the poor little chap was found hiding in e neighboring wood Bis prayers and his EuppllcatlonstttJ3e left his freedom were of no uiev JlU fa ther was obdurate To the icEool at Crest Emile should go Then Emlle tried resistance Useless The grownup were stronger than he Still the struggle much have been a lengthened one Emile may almost be declared hisIleettohe carriage tharwas In waitidB And thus tied hand and foot was tbe future president of France delivere Loyer like a parcel to the director of the school of Crest M Loubet has never ceased to hve the tastes of a man of the open air and the fI ldsHe has recently bought a small estate near his native place and his mother remains a true peasant proprietor Ahead of the Game Have you ever made anything on the racesYes I went out tothe track one day with 10 that I Intended lo bet and didnt Chicago RecordHerald not a Life n Vvrfer You havent charged cia nearly as much for halt soling these she1 as 1 expectedNo maatn We charge accordlM tolze or ltu ehoeQhIcagok v i- Wk 11t 1 fa a ia I State News Happenings I Ite It1t It 11 J DAMAGINGTESTIMONV Convict Henry Youticy oh the Stand For Three Hours Thursday Georgetown Ky Aug llOn the witness stand for three hours Thursday afternoon Convict Hcnryj Youtsey gave very damaging testimony against Caleb Powers in the Gorh l murder conspiracy ease lie testified hat In January 1901 he signed an affidavit for Powers as to his Innocence to pro sent to the republican judges of the court of appeals to secure from them a reversal of the life sentence given him Powers lIe said that at thj time lie signed that affidavit both Powers anti himself knew it to be false antI that before he would consent to affix lib- signature to t lie Youtse required Powers to sign ur Agreement waiving the truth or falsity ol it end also agreeing to never let it become public or to use It openly In court and to return It to him Youtsey within 13 days He says the affidavit was not re turned liy Powers a IK lie Youtecy kept the written agreement He pro duced the agreement In court with Powers signature attached and the affair created quite a sensation in the court room Youtseys wife has been for two years the Innocent custodian of this document Fearing that he would lose It in the jail to which lie was sent from time to time Youtsey sealed it up in an envelope and sent it tober with instructions notto open It She kept It until he sent for It to go before the grand jury and unaware of Its character she rcstsorcd It to him and It was opened in the presence of the jury Youtscys cross examination wall not completed Thursday Georgetown Ky Aug 15loor five hours Friday the convict Henry Yout sey underwent a very trying and vig orous crossexamination as to his par ticipation in the conspiracy which he says resulted In the assassination of William Goebel For all of that he maintained the calm dcmcaftor that the people of Scott county can not un derstand In him after the sensation he furnished them two years ago when he was himself on trlaf here and threw a fit in the court room to keep from going on the witness stand and to excite sympathy In the minds of the jurors trying him When he told them Friday in response to ques tions of the defense attorneys that he had faked them he did so with a smile on his face and some embarassment causing a general laugh among the hundreds mainly women who had as sembled to hear him Judge Uobblns held the counsel for the defendant down to a systematic cross examination and at cne point fined the attorney Interrogating for violation of the rule he had laid down The defense scored several points on the witness mainly as to conflicting storjffs told by him before his arreit and Vial He admitted frankly that he lied frequently at the time to con fuse tne detectives and lawyers em ployed by the Gcebel brothers His most important bit of evidence thetas to the written agreement had with Caleb Powers regarding the affidavit of Powers Innocence the truth or fal sity of which was waived was ignored by Powers attorneys in their cross examination and stands uncontri dieted THOUGHT HIM A BUROLAR A Bridegroom LutaKy sKSt By His Sis ter at Pad vvw J r-P iT17Fietl her ill c fhnt and probably fatally wounded at a early hour Sunday morning by Mrs May Crock tthisister who believed he was a burglar Iverlett went lime late and was walk ing in his sisters room when Sha fired three shots all taking effect A shot passed through his right leg cap through the hand arid Cne through his right lung Iverlett was married a few days ago LAUGHING GAS It Is SaId to Be Responsible For the Mania of Henry Wllken Louisville Ky Aug ILnughing gas applied In order to facili tate the extraction of a tooth is said to have been responsible for the mania of Henry Wilken who was adjudged Insane In the county court Friday He is 25 years of age About two weeks ago Wilken went to a local den tist and had a tooth pullet He was given gas and shortly afterward de veloped symptoms of mania Veteran Pilot Dead Louisville Ky tug ISCapt Dick Varble aged 75 a veteran falls plot died at his home Varbles Landing in Oldham county He was the last of seven brothers including Capt Pink Varble and Capt William Varble Child Was Fatally Shot HarrodsUurg Ky7 Aug 17Alltn Ocmarec fatally shot a 6yearold child of Richard Cornelius They are neighbors and Demarea was shooting at chickens In his tomato patch and hit the child He Is SO years of age anti a Mexican anti civil war veteran Closes Big Cattle Deal Lexington Ky Aug 17 Simon Well the wellknown cattle dealer of this city made the biggest sale of cat tie ever recorded in this county he selling to Lehman Bros of Baltimore Md 600 cattle for 140000 Attempted Jail Delivery Frustrated Newport Ky Aug HAn attempt ed delivery at the jail was prevented by the vigilance of Jailer Ben Ploeger dad Night Guard Chas Wilson who Wednesday night caught James H Clark one of the prisoners in the act of sawing an inch steel chilled bar Death of Horace Miller Paris Ky Aug 14 Horace Miller died Thursday In his country home near here of heart disease His estate Is valued at 100000 He was three times a candidate for the legislature His wife died a few weeksago- NaturalIzation Papers Louisville Ky Aug HThe validity of all the naturalization papers is sued by the police court of this city have been made the subject of govern mental inquiry by the department of justice of the United States and legal action will probably be Inaugurate Shot and Instantly Killed Stanton Ky Aug ISFi F an drum a young man ofTolHve w re county Ky was sIlotsathIattIy killed here Wednesday by JVeaU Tij ton ft vQunc man redding tarta-n f 1 It 1j iI ATM f ii1 l 11 VIOLATED ELECTION LAWS Clay Combs Sent to the Penitentiary For Two Years neatly vllc Ky Aug 17At the last republican primary held in Owsley county to nominate county officers to lie voted for at the regular election Clay Combs who was then anti Is now county Her failed to place the names of nominees on the ballots but placid the names of himself and others under the party device This was not known until the morning of the election and those wishing to vote for the nomlnjes Were compelled to write their names on the ballots Ccmbs was Indicted for Violation of the election laws The case has been fought hard some of teablest counsel in Kentucky being employed and resulted Saturday in his being sentenced to the penitentiary for two years CAPT B J EWEN Hopes to Buy 9 Home in Lexington and Settle Down Lexington ICy Aug 1ACter con siderable doubt anti speculation Mrs tilEIllrlnclpal theirIthis city from Jackson Sunday night She was met at the depot by her husband and an affectionate greeting took place They went to the house of a friend where they will spend tho nlgit Monday Mrs Rwon said they would look for a home which they hope to purchase and will take up their residence In this city She appeared fatigued and said she was glad to be with her husbandagaln THE SLAYERS ESCAPED Amos Ackle and His Son Dock Killed at a Church Monticello Ky Aug UA desperate fight occurred at ML Union church this county between Granville Taber and Lee Rector on one side and Amos Ackle and nts son Dock on the other in which both the Ackles were she and killed and Pierce Hubbard a by stander perhaps fatally wounded The trouble grew out of an alleged insult to a lady relative of the Ackles Taber and Rector made tjielr escape Amos Ackle was about 75 years old- WIND RAIN AND HAIL Crops and Property Damaged In the Southern Part of Davies County P Owensboio Ky Aug 15A sec tlqij two mlle3 square in the southern part of DavIes county was visited by a destructive rain wind and hail t ornr Damage to crops and property ilimated at 50000 The Baptist cflurcn at Glenville was blown away MaIco was ruined Corn was tllso damaged Gets 9 Promotion Lexington Ky Aug 17 Guthrle Sloan formey of this city who has hitIIoffice cf the Southern Pacific railway to that of private secretary to the su perintendent of the road IioU9h He V ouio Sncct First H ilk DIll t TIll Hart was arrstpl Mrr jn an lodged in jail ore charged with the murder of Jophahs White another colored youth They worked togethei and Hart claims he feared WhitE would kill him so he borrowed a pis tol and shot White ReducedI Beck ham has ordered the force of soldier on duty at Jackson to be reduced from to 75 men and the twc Frankfort companies will come home Monday The men to remain in Jack son will be picked mainly from the Louisville battery Residence Burglarized lt Sterling Ky Aug 17Burglart entered the residence of Dr B F Thompson and took nearly all of tilE table silverware At JnmsH Woods they took a gold watch from a Mlii Shankland and other valuables The were In other houses but were fright coed away A Record Breaker Loulsvile Ky Aug IriThe Mo nongahela Coal Coke Co of Pitts burg has the largest coal fleet on red ord In the Pumpkin Patch consisting of about 365 boats and barges The coal combine got the coal as far at fellIMurder Case Continued Mayklng Ky Aug 17Tbecnse poIIvtd Dykes and Walter Fowler two weeks ago was called at Wise C H- Yaand continued until the Serjtem her term For Hospital Purposes Louisville Ky Aug 15The Gray Street Infirmary has been purchased by a corporation controlled by the Warren Memorial the Fourth Avenue the First and tie Second Presbyterian Churches for hospital purposes Boy Drowns In the River Owensboro Ky Aug nBoney Culver the 14year old son of Charles Culver a farmer was drowned In Green River at Blrk City Compan ions in bathing with him tried to save hint but could not The body was re covered Special Judge Named 3eekiamJohnson of Willlamsbufg1 special judge Jo hold the August tqrzn otthe Whitley circuit court vice Judge Morrow who is ill at Healing Springs Va Kentucky Judge Pall Dead Owensboro Ky Aug1iidge L B Hall Lell dead fa9mhe rtdlseas on his near Sebree Hewaa Gi years oid and wjfs county judge ol Wobstaiv county for 24 years He leaves urge gamily and was wet to do Bbred For Water and Struck Oil Scotjtsvllle Ky Aug 15Maell Terry a blacksmith at Petroleum while boring for water in his yard Thursday night struck a 100barrel lOUwejr Mr Terrys farm Is uncl- eslasq tae Mavc4PtncgS t hLjmiJ I Jr Os RUSSELL SAGES ADVICE Ten Girl to Become Womanly cad Slienk Against hasty Marriage Mrs Russell Sage at the banquet during the commencement exercises TroyNyOur Founder Emma Williard She said in part Sixty years ago women were forbid den to speak in public and Mme Emma Wlllard was forbidden to speak before a convention of men The woman who escaped in a recent great automobile race nUll wreck said she wanted to avoid the commonplace The common place girls is what you want Take God with you everywhere take God In your marriages Dont haveclandes tine marriages which are the causes of so many divorces There is so nIuch pleasure seeking money seeking and title seeking among women Nothing could be more common place than to be one of 17 children in a New England home antI that Is what Mme Emma Willard was Vhen she wanted to study astronomy she went out on a horse block witha womanhospeare said A scholar a ripe and good ore exceedingly wise fair spoken godlywomanly throJlhitsSTRANGE KIDNAPING CASE Mo t ncinarkable Case AVhleh has Ever Come to AteutIo or All tborltlen Im Reported thedetentionof tIle Corfe Castle recently the im migration authorities at New York have tdken the first step in what they say is one of the most remarkable cases that ever came to their atten kidnapingAfrica stowing her away in the fire room and bringing her to thiscountry and landing her without the officers RnJtbingObout i ofCapearrested are A Jones alias George GeorgeJones wasluredsecreted during the voyage and smug gled ashore Recently she was arrest ed for vagrancy and the story came penaltiesforthorities will prosecute the men vigor ously RECORD FOUND Ilf OLD TUNNEL Iron Plate IB DiSCovered Jn Pipe Led Insr to the Chicago Water York Crib Five thousand feet from shore of Lake Michigan and many feet below the surface of the water city of Chi cago employes recently found an iron platen the first water tunnel run toapumpingatatfonThey the tunne1which is five feet hi diam eter il4 jvere Walking through it plate12x18it inscriptionWater 24 A yearsPumpellFound to be in excellent condition This record placed by lion Carter II ChicagoJanuatycity engineer S G Artingstall as sistant city engineer ior Harrison will present the fj1 lu the copper crUwrJc and uienieiii to ycci Ifll at tepumping stttld 11IIoJlitorical society IS NOT INSANITY Rnhlng of New York oprenie Coast Resardlnar Love at the Age of Nlnetr The supreme cdurfof New York has jecided that love at 00 is not insanity JudgeidarenuMortimer S Brown for the annulment of the marriage of his father n wealthy baker who died recently after marrying a woman 60 years his junior whom he described in his diary as an angel sent from God The court re dungerousdoctrine marry is insanhy The elder Browns children sought to break his will which left his entire estate to the bythegreatly amused the audience MARKET REPORT AugI5CA 00 Heavy steers 5 00 5 35 CALVES Extra 6 75 HOGSCh packers 5 60 5 65 Mixed packers 5 40 0 5 60 SHEEPExtra 325 3 75 LAMBSExtra 6 30 6 00 FLOURSpring pat 4 50 5 00 WHEAT No 2 red S2 No 3 wlfjter 82 543OATSNoRyENo2 57 58 HAYNew timothy fJ1I 00 PORKClear family 15 20 LARDSteam 0 7 10 BUTTERCh dairy 0 12 Choice creamery 21 APPLESFancy 1 75 2 50 POTATOESPer bbl 1 65 200 TOBACCO New 3 50 9 00 Old 5 50 j13 00 Chicago FIOURW1nter pat 3 75 0 3 90 WHEATNo2 red 82 83 No 3 spring 78 82 CORNNo 2 mixed 52 OATSNo 2 mixed Z5V 36 5YaPORKMessLARD Steam 7 75 7 80 New Yor- kFLOURWin trtsa 65 3 90 87i4 OATSNo2 mixed 39 RYEWestern s 59 PORKFamily 17 18 00 LARDSteam 800 Baltimore WHEATNo2 red 834 83 57Y57YOATSONo CATTLESteers 5 t0 5 25 HOGSWestern 6 85 Louisville WHEAT No2 red 0 79 CORN No 3 mixed 0 i5- OATSNo2 mixed 35 PORK Mess 014 50 LARD Steam ft 0 7 75 Indianapolis WHSAT NO j rea o irC- ORNNO CIX tlpfiaQA- Te Qd lllCiIs 83 i ct I iL p r ffiI JI j T 1 J SS flfJiJ IF if J Xls tfJ r cJ o h d t C 4 rf7e i rrff+i7A JP ft1 1 rr t r ft 1 1 0 Z 2 tLuI o 1 Y THE SALESWOMANfA 3I W 1i Compelled to Be on Her Feetrthe larger Part of the rf f Day Finds a Tonic In Peru na d c Miss Curtain ofSt HerdExperi NeI1fecujnjISSN- ETJLTE CURTAIN 646 Pearl I I street St aulMinnbcadsares romau in a department store writes have charge of a department In standingthegenerallyhroughruna and feel so much better that I valk to and from the store now I know Peruna to be the best medicine on the market for the diseases peculiar to women Miss Nellie Curtain Nothing 5s so wcakeninfjtothchxrraan system as the constant loss of mucus Catarrhal inflammation of the mucous membrane produces an excessive fOrma tion of mucus Vhctlicr the mucous membrane be located in the head or BEGGAR GIVES CREDIT Oat lie Doeinl Itellili the Practice That Sonic 1eople rinve of Putting Him Off toWashingtonrecent of Turkish warship Mcdjidia at the Cramps shipyard thelaunchrnent to the beggars of Philadelphia says an cityYou enterpris beggarsOnetag He told a moving talc of misfortune modeyi find- that I was Altogether out of My man I have nothing for you now but jn an hour I pass sag th way again Then I promise you you shall get something from me right sir said the beggar but all the same lie added fretfulhl you wouldn believe the amount of I give in this way Men and Women t alike find pleasure in profitable invest meats We have a publications that tell of sections ftyMe of K T where investor has an opportunity for wRting twntytamptoSt Louis Mo Too SugceIITC of the Past i hsfeverlInt I ticdgLt they had everything that was fashionable Yes but they are a little sensitive about hay fever Their father iseA kOC4JapJiPlainDealer North4Veterzii1tLdouble the Missouri River Jfe ft dSToo many words lie worse tjaiv jj Dot enough for theyll often Icavtriaf mans Lieuntng foggy1den The Overland Limited toliil train Chi cago to the Coast daily Chicago Union Pacific NorthWestern Line It is the grain of truth that gives fores the lieRaind Horn PAcrer Mrs P Jnfield uPa I 1tcretGatt backache and detpite the use of medicine I cquld ht lIpdltdtomonths and a part of the time was unable to walk at all I fairly screamed if I Attempted to JUt my feet front the floor and finallY I lost control of 017 limbs through weakness cs I could neither bend nor ztralahtm up to my full licicM and ever a wpman was Inn serious condition I tras ily bus band went to Kellys drug store and brought ft box ot DoonB nib 4W easier Inafetr days and continuIng the tremment Ivic organs Vie discharge of mucus 1 Is sure to occur y Tliis discliargOof rtucus constitutes 4 a weakening tlrainf tliO system cannot long withstand the Toss of mucus hence it is that women afflicted with cutnrrbnl affectoiis of thp pelvic or guns feel tired turd languid with weak bade and tlirobbing brain AcourseotSPeruna is sure to restore health by cutting pit thus weak niug drain of the daily loss of mueu AnAdmfr blTonle Mark H Dunnell Na tional IlOtelWasblngtonDC writes Your PcTunabehijr used by myself and many of my friends and acquaint 4 anocsnot as a cure for catarrh but also nitadmirable tonicfor phys ical recuperation I recommend it to all persons requiring such reme diesMark If Dunnell If do nOt lerive prompt and thUs factory rcsulttrirom Peruna write at once to Dr Jlartman giving a fiijl stat mcni of your case and he vrill be pleased toivc you lila valuable ad vice gratis Address Dr Hartmun President of The IIartmanSahltariutnColumbusO 1T1TO WOMENPackage cf II t TAlfTiSEPTK j EW 108 BCiI vlnteraal deudloeu lithe ejf to womans bulth and Ttcor Inflammation Sorcneu Telna- CaUna cannot ellst with t- tIxUmo turU u a vaginal douche I a rCTelntlau lit combined cleanilnc cad beoIlBK poncr kills ail disease gams Inlocal treatment ot ftmala Ills It U lunJuble nail Inflammation and cures jail dlMbaiTcs Kenr SaUl to tore Saul Catarrh Cares oDtnalro penplraUop ol aim pits and feet Cores Sore Throat Sore Month and Sore Eyes Am n toath porrdcr nothlna equal IU Bcmorcs Tartar lUrd na the Gams and whltrej- UielecUimak shad breath srrectaad agreeable mionaanil riettrm tram wroncn prove trmtltUthocreatcitcurct rfc acorrboea ever tll co ercU We have yet to bear of I the Brat euao It Culled to cur ToproTe alt this we win mall alarce trial package with book odnstinctloiifabaalulrly free bIPU not a tiny earn pie bet enontlUp eonrtoce anyone At dmnUta oracnt postpaid by SO eta largo DOZ SotLsAitIon guaranteed Tho B r xtoa Co Dept HoXoaMau AN KB iriSi rH1fl 8pajra boot trecIna pertence AI P I Illhr t references KITZUKltAJU CO Box K Wublniton IX U A TIttle Off I b A local artist of note tells an amusing story of his visit to an manna asylum in this state Spending mucK time us do could visiting an inn tc he started down Ihe stairs on hi way tq catch the train back to tlie city At thioOV of the stairs stood a large clock Taking out hi own watch to corn pare the time lie found there was a dif i ference of severalmiriutes Turning to the doorkeeper a young Iruhman he in clock was right Rightsaid the doorkeeper Do you thinki would be hero if it was right Phikdclphia Ledger f You cannot live by another expert cnce Rams Horn fJOHPEI t D 10 I sr A CRUTCH FOR EIGHT MONTHS DOANS KIDNEY PILLS MRS P CONLIH CARBONDAIE AteIUt If mtL so ctwss NAMC poS ZTAvtiFor free trial t iafl ei conr5aI- ey4IlIbum Ca Da5iQ sY abes5- 50G Ii lasc1ini tIiO 44rcu on iir- ataap was scotT able to fait At trvjiend tt wrks tho 2hiuu i Jure been In t thAt cjodiUoo ever slcco 1RIpovercome SwelUngot th limbs and dropsy slgni vanish They correct nib with 9 brick lust sediment high elcolored pain la passing tIrbbUng frequency bed j TrctllnyjDoanB Kidney Hill remove calculi and gravel jJ liove Jieart palpitation slerplsams Ii notrotisiites dizziness h THE BULL DOG 0tRMH Too knowfeowa bull dog Mtes C When he sets hl jaw hardly imytlngfent death will cause him to let go Ms hold Same with a microbe only more so Get rid of him or hell get rid of you Bytdegrees as he continues to live and multiply be will poison your blood asto make you jery eicklndeed The only way to drive out microbes is te take acme melUciae which will go right intpj and sterilize the blood Nothing will do this like It contains a eermldde which Is directly absorbed bythe Moodve sels and which while enriching the blood with vital particles paralyzes and destroys all germs parasites and microbes This done the other ingredients of this great pharmaceutical prep aration principally cod liver oil glycerine and hype hosphltes of lime and soda proceed quickly to build up the flesh amd strength of 1 the patient and so make him weH Js + literally and actuAlly OzomuldoB win feed yoa I Iback to health a Do HotheriUtebr delay Ifyea are eat of sorts under the weather weak tired irrItable anxious or offer fron pains aches stomicM flliver er kidney disorder weak heart aJ- lungs consumption or have ether indications of microbial polsonleg WRITE FOR FREE JtOHLE- tf iOwmulalea Food by portal card L or letter which will at once be sent 4you on request Free By Mall Fre paid It is the Peed Physlciaas use and prescribe the la their own families and practice aid Deal era sell in Large Bottles Weighing Over Two Ppundt Address Ozoraulslon Food Co k fflUMMmt imVYYOKK z v4j 1 o t r 1 f tnt b t 1t t t J J LtIb 1l s k i tI Y I v W r ITrc I hvrt7INGSVILLE JCY t 1 jl PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Ad dress nil Communications to tnt OnrtObK Puttitautiit Co or to OwIhgBvIIle1Li1v Subscribers desiring a change of fcddreBS should always give ptpvioliB I t hddresB when writing h J Corretpondenta Wllbn OUt nf tfttIotionerv should mention fact on a fcoparatd slip of paper toVr ANNOUNCEMENT I For aaI5trate F t We aro authorized to announce I ThomQ J Jones asa candidate to i succeed himself as Magistrato In h i Owingsvilla district No 6 subject ie the action of the Democratic rtVi 1 For Stae SenatorI We are authorized to announce y Wiu B Wtdtt of Carter county u Vandidwte Democratic nominee the Senate from this district at ihe November election 1903 niS4 Not a two but a pardon is needed to let jeti and White tree to prey tin tociety again n will bo called in extra1 181lonin October SttU the Tatm I I r observing Thanksgiving fluy will 1 4 gone through with as usual Jan and White at Cynthinnn lot a life sentence One juror c ttood between them and the gal r Hows The death penalty only flU J I their crime ft I Jo1 TOE Columbian Senate refused p ti ratify the Panama Canal treaty the United State sj Uncle I San will have to take up tbeaUer routeIJEFVBIES proved a better man 4 fthyfioally than Corbett winning f the ainth round ifrie9 will 4 fcttB Have to give up toa younger baR Tbs hero in pugilism docsn t reign wy long CAIH wheat sold for one dollar apertishelon tho inneapolis Eii4sjoFrIday Liter Vid of 1 were Bade but l02 was asked JNrly all thepIa w1eat in this lion waa aodfjk7Qo and a little L trite i 01 Juts iraublca Are ot IlnglfUo U io1o trjed pl k MVynthlana agaq ja ptetnber k b charge AI WT lrlng Tom ireII HMild have oieaped t rs sJrtlellf r King had con J top death e fenoo yr f W Tio8who hayefondposg for d Oo411yerDi1 asa eYeraga be uaoerned to know thattharji Ie n t ceratr ottto lu fein c wallowed it think IV k1wa nhad barbs and othtr lcnt8J J 0rwbatlquinleFt ime jt dSviredth anniversary as a wbtt aedf thaeatMoa4aJortDoarbovn 14t lag begunAug 17ZO3 Chlcogi rtnlqiJoctUltriiu bt thE t r- r p Awhile JHJans thiuousty mo i q Toraidable than the red ones eve werer1 of the jury wantedtobang I Jett but Jasper King held out un i Alt the baIiad MnmnoXr oa torJettad1VhlteMarcBm Kings life is being made ViiRplaaMDt ky the people in Harri r oa county c TIIK Georgia Prison CoBwigplon extollingWardea aiavie Do Cnit Wbo alleges that It w f dpaa because the ref need hU t I GeorgfalegitlatHre IfItz towardsAllright left to receive humane treat akthi k ft t OjUESPONDbNCEo i i f 4 OkSf In Offings ac t t FrWay 4 rr Cora to 8 V Johnson and wife e 4Iglt14aeoL- a r IAWellrf Bourhoa C t t Is rWtlag relatives here J 1abKlx iT ef wingsvilU viint- iS here Sandaay- Ikteralf from here attended the t t plieliat Stepstene Satariay JfWilllaHnndwlfeTllt edI t t rtlatlvM it Stepstonelast week t HMMkls Co el a cart idilNItle UCUtiKiati Saturt i j o FMn kirJieZeM aRc litervi I Ited relative atCamargo Saturday 21 aeaay tA i i j HK liantin bought 30 mule 1 f olts eSa1tnclaandlhfpped tb I ir f S vraVfrp here attended the ndZJa4i Dawson and James Cl irk hipi ift carload nf ealtla tocin eIsaati Starky t t AhtsaThemuaadalatcr vi ut r ItIt8v Jc J WMINiIfrd two lit tie 14 iI lihkPI fltLIckvia1ted 0 dk fe saturday orit 4d1 tiSd4ir 1i 4I4 1 wau aI 1 aikibrntherinJN 1LJka a whogot lila leg Jas Iada7 t V 1 I ii tik a 7 4 yi f l i Itrlr 4 r7 I5h9rburnO great deal of sickness around o M theiRSb flrpsburghea DenrtMisses Lottie nnd Ethel Vice are ver sonyMiss Ollie Leo Cart of Lexing ton vlolted friends here last week Our protracted meeting closed tida3 night with nineteen uddi t lfRc Avonlq the little son of John and Emma Barber is not QxpectedJj live Miss Tu1laEiIiotof OwingsvillL was the of Miss Elizabeth Sc liaiottII Springfield hu ViegMisses Lida and Dean Hall visit ed In Mt Sterling Sunday islshlngMisaVirgla Leo Dimitt visited M rs MattiC Thompson Saturday night Miis Catio Smathers was tho guest of Mia Lida Hall Thursday ght MeEdnimes John and Barnes SpratlSpent the past week in Lex ington Stanley Smathers and Jess Tur no attended the Elks fair at Lexington Wednesday Mrs Annie Gossett fa visiting relatives at Grassy and attending the tent meeting at Mt Sterling Mrs Katie nod and Miss Lida Smathers visited friends in Mt Sterling the past week and attended the tent meeting Slato Valley Mrs John K Jones ia poorly with Btomach trouble Utile Lottio Garner is very sick with symptoms of fever Cabo SnetJegar started to Mt Sterling Court Sunday evening Wo are needing rain worse now frganDee Rudder wife nnd childrcadvisited relatives on Sunday g houeetarell Sunday Harvey Sexton and family at leaded the Sundayschool picnic In- Duffswoodl Saturday V K laansaaneo Miss Pearl Toy a daughter f their firstborn beAtended the reuniob at OlympiA Fri dRY report not as large a crowd as usual No whisky but plenty of good oldfashioned handshak I wish to correct a mistake that was published mat week in the djeaeoni nIayXlg that the elders and den j ons of Slate Valley Church never went to a base ball game on Sun understondoccupy and the responsibility for w aepL the members who I am 1ai1werothoro j Salt Lick teIretlveupon the river Mrs Jennie Hensley and littier daughter Stella of West Virginia are guests of relatives here OwinIuley ma JMPlerceOl Maple Avenuei Reunion time Is drawing noar a w QflhatMrs Epglish Mrs Commlngs and Miss Nora English leave Mon day for an extended visit to Penn ylvania Was Waddell nnd wife w hoe ave been making Pittsburg thisird ome for some time past are hero n a visitltbeWildperformsx Misses Emma Pierde Hclli VaughnandCaIlIc Sfsson returned JflptoOIPol8Comfort J Mr Camps new residence Is being rapidly eoBipletod It is slt thehillsideJessie Reynolds aged about 80 ofJobriBobanonburled th folIowiBgiday at Poll ks villa cemetery Viilior wac struck Ju It gameSaturdltyOIYpl atOyntpkaeas beldly hutbut Iabotte aewmUr The brick trecId next to I O O F HtJi will bent hetoundat1otiXIoil the same street It CaleblttttlUlnaahard V On Tuesday night about el eveil oclock be citizens wore startled Jfie alarm of fire coming Jromthe nilFIIO I control andthemlllA6enttr4lk Three tanks of Ragla nil weceOH cars standing on a si 0 englneJiii a i tosatetytt notJeis L1Trebuli r 4 6 c f f l MldlandClty V HISs BInahcWilhnRlI1nC Moores Ferry visited Miss Grace Ruzor past weekVof F iiolgleuiington lust week James illburn end Ben Dicker made a lying trip to Morohead Munson Sunda- ySC and gurdens inthis neigh borhood are burned up and weewatert M Wrcretilfl supper and ociaI FnidafMfnight in honor of their Minnie Sounders of Grnyeona Those present were Razor Willie howell May SnellI n iamma Todd of Sunset Mcssrs Ben Dic Ma Tozewawil Charley Hedrick of Yale J Fairview broBornUn mil and wlWc a girl RingolMmco Thmmunity MondllYforson Charles I N Powell visited hia son J A Powellof near Flemingsburp Thursday and Friday Tommie Vice and wife loft Sat- Urday for Tippecarioe Ohio whoro they will make their homebu nityhaeat Okla and Locust this weekSu vlslledtllcCrawford on Bethel Ridge Sun- dRY There is a groat deal of sickness in this community Wm Littleton Is getting able to be out again af tel a spell of typhoid fever Pearl Uaddox has malarial fever Olympia fr LiiendsMiss Mary B Swetnam visited hero this week twhisThe family of George McCnrty moved to Louisa to make th hran memElder Dawson of Suit Lick preached here Sunday and Sunday night Tho reunion pasted off quietly verylargeReuben Hunter returned fm rnar U whore he had toenbBertia visiting his Quoin Richard Cos tigan here this Week Miss Noma Clair returned home to Covington Saturday after a two weeks visit with friends here j The grand game of ball botwcer salt Lick nnd Olympia that took pl ace Saturday was broken by oleman Razor being very badly lurtSfHe was struck in the heady the ball and knocked seitseics Knob Ucic We areMcrydVy here llot days nnd cool nights rCapt Pitman and Van Swanigan went to SterlingMonday Alexander Maso has been a si norfrom a felon on his hand The millet crop is suffering for ain as well as corn and gardens Mrs Jennie Hensley and Mrs M ira Steele arevisiting their father T J Barnee Geo Withrows family of Hunt- Ington are visiting James and Ben Wells at this place Miss Lillie BarnsB returned home Sunday from Grange City where she had been for some timeiDr Rutherford of Sharpsburg was here Friday to treat Mrs Rob rt Humphreys who fs sick with a ep6eated colderecentlyIORtls wife who is sick at her aunt rs jr M Colliver- slv x Coleman Razor met with a pain ll accident at Olympia Saturday fHo was struck on the sUe of eye while batting Vhlch rendered him unconscious for a while Wach B loher met with a similar accident l t ighuiworldhasf ilormentrpf what such meh as Lincoln and Tal range predicted It will be bttweeh labor and capital The hithertobeldas mediator between the two exot SresantIddle class for all will bo very bedividedhovolsWholl1Jhlsbreat but IhsplrlitionofL1Dcolnwhen Labor is tho Superior nt capita yand dQsorvcs much the highest 0 siderntion No men living ar morc thjholoss jjrinclined to take or touch aught iiniedLetheylreadyrendered be to clos- etliedoolofadancement against jIIiiesnUM ietttsqltll be lost fy r t r f 1 tt irf w J r Mud LickthtoJim Harris has typhoid fever Miss Mabel Armstrong has fever lio crops are very good in this hborlioudrs Highloy continues about the same Mrs Ida Jackson and sieter call on friends hero last SundaySatS cd theilughk ill Tiiul of Nicholas county itwho after boards he purchased offrared Wills Why is it that some people arc so proud and think they aro go goo thellied Miss Ethel Roberson She was the daughter of Mr and Mrs rn Roberson of this place She ant Paiall fat ofherthers to mourn their lossatep not dear parents She bus only gone boforocloIt will be but a short You will meet to part no more vSheJ West End Mrs Steven Warner is no bbtter Chas Stone is visiting friends and relatives here buMrsbeen quite ill is batterciiMrs Effio Gorman of Fleming rg Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Wills thlphurfor four thousand dollnrsThlsl place could be made tructivt resort in Kentucky The loss by the recent fire Itt Salt Lick was not only n great one to Mr Fell but to the whole surround ing country It is hoped he will rebuild Every merchant in Salt Lick could well afford to donate two or three hundred dollarsatUncle Thomas Roberson of Mud ck was here one day maC Uncle has promised to comet over soonvand we have promised oh well no matter what we have promised it wilt select thopeoplerandy trouble until this foreign ole ont came here with its isms it Anything that is not Democratic or Republican iun American and anything thats unAmerican is anarchy We received a letar from L r Walton and Thonlns flcCar yTirho e in Pennsylvania urging us not neglect to write for TUB O- noevory r week All right boys it dont do like some of pur Ken eky boys did Ilatyearpntls yourselves off for single geneso Stoops uErnestwaa here Friday rand Saturday Richard Wilson of Asliville O oamo Weduosiluy to visit rplaUves f h ereiA W Byrd and Robt Tipt temeixIngtini sii w ek Eugeno Berry the carpenter in erecting a tobacco barn for N B Young Tho biggest fool in the world is the one who thinks he is a fool killer W S Bridges was severely In- Jured last week by a horse falling on him According to Bryan every fish that bites for Uncle Grover is a sucker The best fellow inthe world is the one you have never had any dealings with Alfred Mooro and wife visited relatives near OwingevHIe Saturday And Sunday Bruce Paxton and wife of Flem rig county are visiting Will Mal lory and wile The crops hero have abeatidrled l Stock water js scarcer lhn itver was before r returnedto relatives hero Miss Anna Coons was the guest- herof aunt Miss Anna Ryanat Lexington lust week visitIFriday until Monday N Byrd Sr weighed up to L Bridgcforth Monday 32 head of oattle at 475 per owt ttr L M Waldeck and wife Mrs Marsh Kissick and daugh ter Miss Maude have returned from a vIsit to Fleming county Mrs BF Shrout and sonAlban f Prickly Ashwere visitors at- tephen Warners Sunday- Recordbroaking crowds from this neighborhood have been at tending the tont meeting atlltSterling H C Ficklin and Jag Gregory accompanied by t very bests campsSquire John Trimble bau ht- imobogsfmoniJas GiHaspie at- LUQI per ow jI and some from ircllge tdfros at same price One day last week 120 Ins m- eoreouasororedfromp Fulton t Lrhtg A IansaBmnncaWeit onJrrU theXnnsa tcloseWestern yosaan hot in a fr6g i t i tf 4L J oj r SI7 1li o rilit tI other day and lilt her tootIfthe is Iiko most women she ought to bo thankful that she didnt bluwI the top of her head olrBrindLickingGeorge Abbott went to Salt Lick last Friday on business The Sundayschool celebration be heldnt Mt th6 UretI 23urdaythird Saturday in August Sam Sparks and Clate JODLS went Salt Lick lust Saturday on their Qeelsme of his wheel as ho came back dri reydrilledneys 12 aero tract lost Friday for Flat Rock Co report a good well Chris lit a match set it putitSister Anna Ha rrod and Ella Thursdayfromat doterBowen from July 28th to AugUsi The services were asucieu sed with good interest Quito sad rows reached jjere last Vednesday tho death t Uhole lj ll Cogswell He wds born and reared in Rowan county tfe died at his sons In lull county Texas nearHHUboro August 9th His two sons Bobbie and David Cogs well brought the body hero an dto graveyardhastthe funeral services Uncle Bill di Icedsaid ho was ready to go and fullbuprepared to meet death Ho m ItemberIs place Quite a largo crowd teuded the burial Undo Hill was liked by everybody lIe was a prominent farmer Craigs Still hot and dry Aunt continues vel rv lo AStThe reunion passed off quietly OlmpinaSchool is still shut down onnc count of tho teachers husband be- Ing sick Several bore are makiog prepar a bisThe Knob Lick and the Peasticks nine crossed bats here Sunday the Peastickers winning the game by two scoreswJames Sexton of Salt Lick was the guest of his parents Martin a ityndSunday was the day set to orV gauize theSundayBeliool but tliert wuntt3rRichardL thmamten head of heifers for 240 Uoyt Warren eold one heif r tO the same for 2310 Rev Alfrey will preach here Snt rlriy night and Urn Anderson ill preach tire funeral of Mrs Pml Collins thti nxt day at io 30 n m OnilYIat w iJiRvthand went on to the reun mnun May their joys be as detip as ouenfi and their sorrows ns light hamlt u ttrBpiIep nd Banks McCarty who have been gone to Springfield llffniSif for the past two weeks YOU know wo were t ilyhinghud to walk back home Banks said he woro bis shoes out and had to take it barefooted Boys I hope you wont try H any uiorefor there is no place like Old PeasticksHome 7 OdessaIJ L Vice by wn a twoyearold mule Francis McQuitheyofSherburne was here Monday on business vm Barber sold a hog weighing 180 the to Oscar Conyera last week at 4o cJubltay 10 to 11 v George T Darnell returned last Tae day from a few days stay at Hoopston 111 Bob Hudson and another Wn of Flomingsburp were here I week buying lambs lira Isaac Stephens visited her sister Mrs Perry Myers irj Flem ingtiounty several days last week CP Stephens sold last week to Jessie and Roy Calvert one cow yeingJerry Wilson sold and weighed to John Trimble last week tour hogs veraging about 170 Iband seven Shoals averaging 02J Ibs at 4Jo per lb Mr and MrA W O Butler and daughter Miss Ruth of Cincinnati are guests of the formers daughter Mrs S B Hawkins and other rel atives hero this week Eloped to Ohio and were married last Thursday night MarionButch ler son of L M Butcher and Miss Maggie daughter of Mrs Maria urnsIry Joy and peace b theirs through life Elder V S Tinsley began n series of meetings nt White Oak last Saturday night and will hold over the fourth Sunday The services during the week will begin at 10 oclock each morning during this weekand at 7 30 oclock The sick with diphtheria in this community are improving nicely They are Martha daughter of- T J Gudgell Hoyt little son of JTPowers Maggie B llttledaughter ofWhaleyC 3 0 i ft Ap 2 + TGrangeMr B IC Lynam is slowly improving orn AugGth to S L Havens wife n SOilrMifs Stella Brown of Ohio is the guest of Miab Addie Newman Vui Colliver sold to Chas Daw son of Bath Co a cow and calf for Charley Cooper und wife of hero Po SuiudtuyAuite a number of our young folks have been attending protracted meeting at Hillabgro Mrs L S Rntliff returned home after n few days visit to her sii tor Mrs A W Jones at Odessa Miss Mary Cutright spent Thursday with her cousin Miss Carrie Vice at 0kmand attended church Aunt Sally Ann Riddle went Thursday to spend u few weeks with her son Tim Riddle in Bath unty Several from here attended hapvie tizing t Wyoming Sunday after noon and also preaching by Bro Ti nsleyInsfr idhridealso attend the Parks Hill Camp me etingCoMiss Lillian Barnes returned tot he af ItetMiss Colliver Misses Leila Wllleroy and Maude Kissick loft for a weeks breltSurgMaysville fair Stepstope Frank Brown will go to tho city this week to lay in 1111 fall stock of go odsgoHenderson Phipps has gone Jnto the stock business buying for an Indianapolis flrin Ask Col White topriocauidwrBilly North of Salt Lick who here takfng in the picnic nd visiting his brotherinlaw Isaac Karrick returned homo Mon day SaRain job why doesnt it rain We need it very badly crops nil urnt up there will be no corn or all grussif it doesnt rain vlry soon Wm Allington and family and n Hephewere here from Saturday till Monday taking in the good things and vlsitingtheir old home Our Sundayschool picnic lust S raturdayGrove schools was quite a success and every one enjoyed themselves us thpre was plenty lIter and more fur nil iimlsot a cro4s word spoken iinr lilY i thT trouble ciMrsIron Mi Kliz Hat anti her sifter UOHII of Farmers were lucre taking in the big nirrtlng and picnic last week Mi8i Eliza looks well ami h sitntncknf the boys around here with her plousunt smile Mr W L Huffman and hnbyoC Glendennin W Vn who lurid been visiting hor mother Mrs Robort Ragnn mull grandparent J lL Steelo lOll wife for several weeks eft Monday morning for Curter enmity vrhero they will miikethjjir I3e onftafl1ntOr herhfiafiajuis health from sawdust in the mill They will farm in the couniynbQve named Oklat Very warm arid dry John Stewart is on the sick list JM Cram attended the camp mooting at Parks Hill Sunday JolmjDaughorty sold three yearJ t tng alrcsto Minor Newman ore55 Airs J M Gray has been very poorly the pact week with hemorr hago of the lungstAunt RallyAnn Riddle of Grange City visited Mrs A Vice and fann ily one day last week F S Vice wifo and son Walter loft here Friday to go to Ohio to make that their home Miss Mary Outright of Grunge City visited her cousl Misses Car rio and May Vice Thursday of last jreok Joseph Vicoand sQnOscarcil- t Flomin Co visited his jbrother Mace Vice Saturday night arfd S 4undayFrank Denton audwifoofjieni jtagCo came Saturday to vieit the formers parents Mr and Mrs Jus Denton upperWhite y9lostMrs Genjrge Trurabo and littiel daughter Lucy were guests of tho formers uncle Alpheus Vice anal family Monday night of last weekl MISS ljd1ey and brother Ed of Slier t visited tbokaunt Mrs Lizzie ee soveral days lallt ngheretp Aunt Sally Ann Riddle o range CityIs visiting her son Tilman anti other relatives and friends near horeShe is eightv three years old and can ride horse nick as straight as a girl uf16A IThe series of services by Revs Chins Gossett and Morris Arrasmith closed hero Sunday flight with twentyono professions and eighteen additions to the church Wo believe that much good has been done by their aivices and every ono was sorry to see them leave See our samples and get wUlqOYOl i1i l h j 4 7 J i t I rN f i t t5l tI i I Zj i 4J f 1 t5 WM CAKTMILL PST No 141 G AntWill hold their annual reunion at fio CROUCH GROVE J mile soUth of SALT LICK on Thursthiy Friday Saturday UGUST 20 21 221903This will bo thograndost reunion ever held In Eastern Ky The parties having this in charge will spare no inopoy or pains to make all enjoy thomsolvoa All kinds of Innocent amusements NO WHISKY allowed on the grounds Come ono como all J POST COMM AJSnXERJ iUflpPrncktyBnrnC Tack otf rSund with rttl curdutlscsRiley Chflndle an 3wifc visited dayIliICJohnhjBson R ft Stdne and wife last w irChnrlcst week tovisit his parents Dan Harper and wife lasicklyyle and family Sunday Jackson Markland and wife viaan d their daughter Mrs Robert Tincher on Slate Creek Sunday Tilford Chandler and family of near Reynoldeville visited her other Riley Chandler and family nday Dr Zack Wells and family of ncjtr Preston spent several days last week with Jackson Markland and family Alfred Moore and wife of Mont rluerymother Mrs Jennie UamhltonSat ur day nnd Sunday Elder Amos Kendall cnmOIIlHt eek for a several weeks visit wIlla relatives and friends here much improved in health Richard Donaldson and wife nnd Tames Shrour of near CndNannio May Wilson of near Bethel were of Mrs N Sbrout la lhstMrs Daniel Harper visited her d Mrs Caleb Ratliff nt S Caltherli accompanied her home and staybed several Nsylot and blaokptnith tools to F F nckett for 500 Thomas Stone of near Millersburg came first of the week to run the shop for Mr- Twkptt Mr jape and fnmlly will Ifnve nbdit the mhldlft of Sep feintcr fur I nil hi IIIla Verralllioii nhinit Itlinui to make tliit their uture home Wyoming John 11sterPeople in general nr4ttIng vory searco of water tBp clllllyIIt9k wntcrJolin A hedger is gningon n visit down on Bethel Ritlg tl1 seo his many friends You gentlemen that soil whisky dlnud4 the 4 ftjCtlrrtvn hcrlo1 Sunday you miijhv bo sorry forit h Iderechurch had baptizing bru SIidatevening Brother Tinsley preached UP q meuitoSunday evening and hadquiton crowd to hear him J Thoro is tQbo a basket Bmeetingurday XThe preachers invite ev rybod to attend ihll welUfilled basket r The dry weather eon tfnues We re almost burned up Corn Ipoks tolerably welt considering the vflry weather Tobacco looks likes it will make a half crop Xw Railings and Miss Phel of Gran go City Airs EviiJine At chfson of Owingsyilie Mrs Mary By Hedrick of Wyoming visited Mrs G R Ames Sunday and had n pleasant time AtchisonoOwfngsville John Hedger and wife Mrs Annie Dawson and Mrs Ada Morgan of Wyoming were the guests Tuesday of Mrs Mary R Hedriek and Wil inm Hedrick had quite an inter teiesting day r A0eorgeyoung horse Saturday night He drove it to Wyoming taking some girls to see the boys play baseball The horse trok siok in the bugs and WRB taken out and cared fo till three oclock STThon death reoi ievedids pain The body was out open suppose it was the bats th- kilJdplwtis1iilsody t contained B gr8atma J + r5 v Vebaditndrbvd of flsher menonjtlii rljfijc side last week from pneh horburno Cliff Hnr din ugherty Thomas G Daugiertjan Campi the chomp iph ftlhor They lied ci good time edcaughttheir nRlKuJjors to plenty TLey returned home SmtnirdeytnQrnln ig Boys oatMrSnfc nail bo merry for tomorrow yje may die A lot from Salt Licklower down spent their time fishing and reading their Bible meeting at night had a preacher along with them Bethel Our sicljn the village are aU improving nicely Some of our citizens f attended campmeeting Parks Hill Sun day iJames Vice of Salt I IB spending whuc bet vjjfiv reluV ivee it i j0 ii14 s rJum or J1PJltlal Ve dnesdn wbqu eS1UoW and ner Sharp hurg Mrs SuBnh TfllArigg and ber grJhiienn Clyde Gn Beti visited her daughter Mrs A E Trumbo 104 mliie last week Sanford Rumey went f 1 Sterling Sundayto attend thi and to visit his brothers Met and Davis Rniney tCharles Hazelrigg and wife ej Montgomery Co spent several dayi W1Jmce r MIssLIdahiwardofCyntbiana J 1 d Miss Ipf Howard ot Sharps ibt1r specstjroral days here wit- hsrrumbbandD other friend L SaQuarbr1yeotingwaeJieidktriturday 0dist C 1iJrcbpRev E G B MaWt presiding Services were rheldiu til Monday night J William Pierattand ister Mii I1iuma returned home riday Ira Ezel where they had been to see their brother buried who had been 1 ck for some months j Erdrcrl Until Indt a et te- ssemerB Ala tnrl his rrltborMr9 Ellen Judy of Carlisle were guests of Airs Annie Hatliir and otrerj relatives here List week sj Robert Cupps aged 70 died it his home on Little Flat Creek Au I gust 13th burial ut Alt Zion hrcI He leaves n wife and several children He wits a good neigh bor and citizen was a soldier in teClyil war jMrs Ruth Rntliff and two chill dren returned homeSaturduyfrom Jjeras accompanied homo by her V Aitkin Her sister llh9 f nncye remained there and attend y dcamp meeting Sunday at Parka mil i Little Edna Frances Eromonswnailt born Feb 21sr1903 died July 7tli W03uged four nidnthe and twQ4 weeks S genietoilouveniTorflnj with nngul there Oh iii this world QoU Jins hen To live thou wert so fair fl A butldtigrcneltmd r if utiiiefliory has left for us iJ hurting sweet iiHrfumo t lKta wllbbo drtii jjltUtif u liest Tlnui art frn5 frcnti tnol ivu imiti IA lid with our Outi xv kiiuxv she rests Till in Heaven wo nmet Jigaiu Vrlttqn l y lair grandmother AL L1eMt B This Is notagentleworJbut CAUTION when you think htrn lirWeyou are not ti rRurcliawt tire only remedy universal arid u remedy tluit lias IinI th 1itgest sale uaynedieltu Ia thtrorld llnco H68orjIiecure treatment of Consuiiintiou ant 11 hIroat and Lunsr tronblcn witnuutr losing its great popularity all tineatr years you will be thankful we called jrrmnuSyrcough remedies mad by druggists 1rorespeciallyCor cOl1ghindurIng SrlUprfieduced this Regular size 75 cents AtJOHNT KLMBttOUaH h SONS mm GIVEN my COURIEBJOURNAL DISTRIBrTION TO SU2K SCRIBERS1JI In 1891 3 the 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