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feafrolube will play onKtmbrnughs VIIteThatday today at 230 p mw WAWRP Good white girl to BMW la house work No washing Fecf mrther laTorraalion apply at thItaiee 71j T S Shrout sold tour mute colt J1 to T S Bobertsen last week for Is 11750 Dr G W Conner one tot41e for 24 4 444 Mrs AW Walden ontertaines at flinch in honor of W Itt Walden Saturday morning froy 930 to 1130 1 f Tktlesoa of Was Cliaken riI beard aged two years died Thurs t day whoopingcough and pucu I 4 raonla on East ForkCtElder Joseph RJoneao eilla ou j 4V will ella atwoweoksI meetiWat I Thursday Slate Sept2kb beginThgd i 1 NOTICE Receipts must come out 1 f mj hone book with mysignaluroh ft Attached before a settled DR G W COSHER a Kolla Hart leads m the instruct od cI rote rot the Democratic noiniNI q nation for R R Convention at Mt SteHingScpt21 kici1lJn Wilhoite Republican nora J TriM tot Lieutenant Governor ftndf R Hlndman sprak at the Monday tffoNn loc lI within the next tea dJs will ho put oat for oatlectfoB By wl of tfttI Board of Managers tI OwiKamvr TFIKPHOHKCO I r tThebricV work oa the Court house tower was about finished Is Tuesday Tile bell will occupy thept last hriek aparttaeat The at apartment will be of wood covered with slate 1 tcISnALll1C1I buealy a leant supply of water t b ae fls to guard ft day and night Water thieves are about Two in I Uneet of theft of water hauled to If tewarereportedo f Sr SAUKV Charles Riddle of I near OdeNa will have a sale ohhit lived ptieJceteSept 26th See bi pmrticalant Mr Riddle Inteidto wove to MacoB county 1Ui shout 14 f IOctober lit to make bis hose I 1awiaAsiUcceseortoOig Lb i iS ar we everytatag IB the a of blacksmith F and cetriarwork haying jt irtelas YrpatroBls sesltfes and painterst c1v ESTILL k HOKAKER EwnnsK The Federal veterans t 1 1a beluBged to the Ky Seventhn t Cavalrr Klghteeath 17 m i1 IIras tA t t bsreaLIaoftheeeregiaenta at 7I k th Falswdth Kyn fair Wednesday 8pL3Ithct BIlAWmuJ udge Rob 4eMiddletil1eovatywillprobo Ably get the fsc Circuit J d e to succeed Redc A a Riddle was Common h te tesItAtteraeyandCIrcuItJadge redihrie4d- ti SOOOL EBHIHAKT Prof R jlMPer Lexington on aocdirit hoVi3L o 4 I up the position The tTHHeee r bendiBg therr en rf Ws re a ocTBapfeteat pria fI Z are 4 Ment of euoceMA 1 t 4jx AkRCCTiEO oy SUSWCIOK Oae t1f 1htIIiweek a Baeatbouse he f JI loa iitoiJTylorElUnlt08Rear h was Ire leLherltalrretuaAtlty 1l it rp ti 1 IJkSWPhad had trou t Jis Ji s i hel diSeI1 1PillUftoR telegraphed to Va for Weodhouadi and when 1 they sTrived they at oaaei took up thstaai traced it to Rice S boBMT Tke ecers af N aByifig t tdpsrreM d BkandtookTt kLWtk orehead jail The tlitwe e C here T rlt ol JJI t iW r rh ys r to v 4 If J t ft pi4 JoiJ f rf 1 PERSONAL Alfred Edon of Mt Carmel was n to see us Monday Eugene Minlhan wont to Cincin nati Tuesday afternoon Miss MarvBurbrldgo roturned Sun day from a trip to Cincinnati Mr and Mrs L R Slesser wont to Cincinnati Tuesday afternoon Mrs John Qlllon made a business trip to Cincinnati tho past week Miss Annie Sheehnn who has ty liold fever Is slowly improving Dr Henry J and Jno E Sheehan were In Carlisle Sunday Nathan Barrett of Kllporo tho Republican Senatorial nomluco was town Monday Mrs Thorntlo Chidoster and two little daughters of Farmers wore In town last Thursday Miss Maude Coyle after a visit to relatives here went to Loultia Law ronce county Monday W A McGInety of Fat iJifeMr and Mrs James T Atchison f Wyoming attended thus Ewing fair from Thursday till SaturdayI Mrs Henry T re turned from a twoweeks visit to Miss Cora Sovler atBurbourvIllo Scott Goodpastar and WallocoGud Roll Jr went Monday to attendJKentucky University at teekMelissa Gault at Louisa Lawrence county Misses LitHe Heft In and Nora Faris of Tilton were guests of Mr and Mrs EW Heflln Thursday and FridayMre Fannlo Goodpaster returned to Mt Sterling last Saturday king Judge N B Pattersons baby with hor- SrlorlfI Seth BottH W R Patter Sherman and Scott ore In Mt Sterling Wednesday of lost week Conner Ewing and W F Mark ac companied Will L Nixon ns far as Cincinnati on his return home t Peoria Ill ThursdaySa Chesslo Carter of Bonny Morga came Saturday afternoon tt visit his groatuncle James Carte upper Creek Bascom Sturgell went to Cinch att Monday to buy a stock of hoi ay goods He wilt take a course I engraving before returning W B Whitt of Olive Hill th Democratic nominee for Senator wn ere Monday mlnglinc with tho boy nd was a caller tit this office Miss Kprns of near Bethel return homo Monday after a visit to he ncle Oeo A Peed Llttlo Mist aunto Peed accompanied her homo Mrs James M Ross went to Ht Sterling Wednesday to attend MM Roger Gatewooda at homo f IltlVOStMiss Mlllard F Fouch or Elllottsvllle theLfgIlsl1tuhit was a pleasant caller at nU ofnce Monday r J W Plerco of Turrell Ark who In on a visit to 8althLlck was in own Monday accom anied him as far as her brothers Anchorage Ky HopeIndianarelatives Mrs Wasson was Miss elle Tackett before marriage and was roared near town r Misses Era and Viola Havens of Grange City Bertha Bittinger of- BtepstoDe t1erbort Costigan or fay and Walter Barnes AtchlIllonend school at Mrs CoraConners uring this term JFOR SJLE70 acres land in Ragland oil field good house and barn good orchard free use of as for domestic purposes two as wells on farm Royalty on oil and gas wells on farm included in Hale BERT McKiMxer CARD or TnANKsI fei exlpreslkindnesses and words of comfort n the part of the friends and during thesftd dayily sister Mrs Sarah Bailey sand Wesleys illness and death MARCUS ARRASHITH CODRT DarThe crowd wad large hero Monday The taerl tqbetterthe drouth In the stock line the trade in aaule beinEighmuch was done in other stock pri1 ces ruling very mean Some 200 cattle were offered pO o 600 sheep and a few hogs Abou one third of Vne cattle were sold No trade in sheep The hogs sqlc1 at 6e T S Shrout 101da 3yearola horse to James Day for 100 Goodpaster sold a horse to san 70- rjadge I Lewis Apperson bought weanling mare mule colt of The Z Wells 11 for70rweanling mules at 27 to50 Sau ders A Day ten at about the sat prices ArinstrongTerhuneabo twenty at same ifBlue Bice IOlda horse to Vanceburg man for 140 John English bpugnt rec 8lJPfenifhJfle iBg sold two- teRobert 1031 t8j Gate- rat3L I LEXINQTON TTaC4The LeXington Trots comme u ild tOctober6t and contit teaday Ivery day therels agr1 stake trotted and all tKhra2of sensatiLthoEaetNd 1Lw ma9 1t tfif Jt rfj A f i i f J At COST Mrs Estill is showing a nice line of Dress Goods Notions Underwear and Millinery at Cost for Cash Come early and get choice Mrs r S 2 ii f 2 Special trains from Boston Ne York Philadelphia Chicago Pitti burg and Cleveland laden wit prominent horsemen from all ovi the United States and Canada wi start for Lexington on October 4t and from all quarters cornea the a eurnnco that Lexington will win up the trotting season with raciK that has nevct been seen befor Half rates on all railroads hav been secured excursions will run from Kentucky points TI finest horses tho beet music ar the best crowd ever gathered t gether in Kentucky will be the e tractions Remember tho date Oct 6th to 17th There are no two trotting oven that create so much epeoulntio arouse so much enthusiasm brin together s many great horses c thatownersde6iro so much to wir as Kentuckys Futurity and tb Transylvania tho former for 14 000 and the latter for 6000 Thee famed events are both offered b K T H B Association of Lexinf ton and will be contested durir its fall meeting Oct 6th to 17f a i 44 a r cnt i ti Sa I H f f c LSt 4JSri t k iJf ifo Ut of it i t t1f1 1 P JI oJ I P t fo 0 tt f0i T ft It r a Irt tttt lL I t a Jr t r ILS-a c t 5tv e i p p q vJJ It ffijt 1 i 1 I J7 i a f a Fi 1 r f t z 4 ft j rr IlaIoi iit ti y f t l i F If 1f i 7 J 0 0 9 1 1it to fPt1t51 r tt j t J f ffj ii X 0 i I Y i i s4 c Sl I f Iai l 55ks S 1 ia 4 ir I I n 1 i t t 1 pIF l t ft r fj ii f fiit y p 1 4 4 p 4 a t a5S J iaIsvt a i i 0 A sS 1 r i S5 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the American w precaution made i 1 the shortest pos guns ana small Li aded Into boats 4 too command yguns on the Francisco f and Adm sumc a do- v I uphlapo Ie manner i ied for the f Sp SSt I I SSS 5I SS l 15tv a i f SSJS tt SS i 4 l i sI s f t jji lt Sj t t htc I tj isIF h l SSI Y I il- 5p S SSSS t1SS Si iSI SS J 55 Pf SI5 ssy v 515- 55 SbO tS 55IiSS a 4 a k f r 2 JJ y + f SS d 5t t jisc m S5tij5j s iJ 1 r SMUGGLED ALCOHOL EXPLODED Two Men on Board the Cruiser Olym pla Were Kllltd Norfolk Vat Sept 14 Lieut Commander Van Doser executive officer of tho cruiser Olympia Sunday gavo out an official statement of the facts attending the explosion Of a barrel of alcohol on tho cruisers deck Saturday night causing the death of Marino Corporal J S Yerkes of Phil adelphia anti Apprentice Sclfert and the serious injury of Third Class Mas teratArms Caster and Apprentice Shuvey In addition to the burning of the cruisers forward awnings and awning supports The explosion re suited indirectly from the smuggling of alcohol Into tho navy yard by mont bers of the cruisers crew The statement of Lieut Commander Van Doser says The entire crew of the Olympia were returning aboard after 43 hours shore liberty when a fivegallon water breaker full of alcohol was discovered In the forward tur ret Tho executlye officer at once or dered a thorough search of the ship and the yard In her vicinity to find any other spirits that might have been smuggled As the cruiser is in dry dock all her small boats are lined in dry two- r niiil hJr the ar- rd f t t Int i 7 r 1 0i y rc J t J ji j r f fO r i i O SfCc70 I e s ISo 4 5I In JI Jot i + t ti I toiTl r it t I iI 4C 5St J t JCC tcti1i f 1 t 5t f3 I 5at t iJ rI5I IlTo v0tv 4 fl5Si rt SSSS 55S 1 f ySSS it 4i1 7 5555p 4 555 vS54I 5 S555 tr tS5 i 4 a 5S a J IIS 5 s 5SIS 5t5S iSIV I I 1 Y SISs ri p t ih s 5f 5cS5s 1 j J te1 Z r i i K m5555kSt i i un iSCs5t tfc i SF j r t tt I f t iJ r AS4kS t 5S flSaI CSa 4 t rriI Sl b j T r t 1 u ii P 1t f Irf1 S51n rf 45CS roi iJj t y 0 1ft 1rO lCd IiyI 5T 5Si J Sf4S 1 J 55 1 1 S 4 5S aSSS- r t i oJ 7 fff 9 t5 5S CS t r tSHS q J COUNTERFEIT MONEY Pennsylvania Convicts Alleged Making Spurious Coins The Fact Was Discovered While Investigating Gross Irregularities in the Cigar Department of the Eastern Penitentiary Philadelphia Sept 14 Following rlosely upon the exposure of gross Irregularities in the cigar department of tho eastern state penitentiary came he public announcement Sunday night that the Illegal coinage of mnloi dIver pieces has been carried on bP- onvicts in the big Institution No details of the counterfeiting scheme can bo learned from any of the officials connected with the prison or from the government officers that have been as signed to the case The fact that such i daring scheme had been carried on In the penitentiary was made public by George Vaux jr one of the prison Inspectors who summoned newspaper men to his home and voluntarily mado tho disclosure He gave out a brief statement which is as follows Dr W D Robinson and Mr Vaux jr who arc at present tho visiting inspectors on duty at the eastern penitentiary made the state ment that there has come to their offi clal knowledge that within a short time an attempt has beenmade by cer lain convicts now confined in the pen itentiary to manufacture counterfeit silver coins But a few pieces were made and a number of those havo come Into the possession of tile inspectors together with the metals and chemicals used the attempt thus being nipped In the bud The evidence In the case Is not yet complete but all that has been secured has been submitted to the United States authori tiesMr Vaux refused absolutely to give any more details than contained in his statement From other sources how ever It was learned that dimes quar ters and half dollars were the coins manufactured The discovery was made several days ago and United States secret service officials were Immediately called In Their Investlga Lion it is learned Is still in progress their principal object being to learn whether there was collusion between the convicts and employes of the In stitution It is believed the discovery of coun terfeiting in the prison was the result of the investigation now being carried on In the place as a result of tho Irrecula S t i f JI 45S 4I f a i 1 r JfJ I t fo i c 2j 1jl s Or nI- p IS or 0 i tt Sf P f0i ho- Irv H i tfWf ltt t 1 t ioi t r j i g iit ih 1iti i 1i 1JLior MtJ S J flJ fSftSS 5IIe445c r t I4 e 5S f ap151 4S r I J 1111 o 1il 1 11 It- 55S S SjI Sd r OdS 4 r yt i01 F S t12 t1 S 55S5 iii- I 1 w Interesting State News 1 TICKlE JIM BACK ARRESTED He Was One of the AllbF Witnesses in- the JettWhlte Trial Cynthlana Ky Sept 11Tlckle Jim Back one of the alibi witnesses In the trial of the commonwealth ofj Kentucky vs Curtis Jeft convicted of the assassination of J B Marcum here three weeks ago was brought here Thursday afternoon by Woodson Mc Chord sheriff of Clarke county after arresting him at Winchester while Back was trying to get on the C O train for Virginia Back testified for the defendant Jett In that case After coming to town McChord took him to J I Blantons office and Mr Blanton who Is one of Hargls attorneys here called up Judge Hargls at Jackson by telephone put the Judge could not be located Back was placed In jail to await Hargls answer as to whether or not he would go on his bond Mc Chord arrested Back without a warrant but he had been warned by Henry Hurst at Jackson that Back had left that place with his little girl os tensibly to go to Paris Ky but at Winchester Back tried to board the train for Virginia where he would be safe from arrest Ills bond was fixed Thursday morning at 500 Judge James H Hargls of Jackson Ky just telegraphed ttorney J I Blanton he would go on Tickle Jim Backs bond who is now in jail here for false swearing In the case of the commonwealth of Kentucky vs Curtis ett and Tom White HE WAS BOUND OVER Federal Grand Jury to Investigate a New TaxCollecting Scheme Covlngton Ky Sept llrFrank M Morten of Norwood 0 charged with misuse of the malls waived examina lion Thursday befprei United States Commissioner Leonard and was bound over to tli October grand jury His bond was fixedftl2000 which was signed by John Menzles who had the power of attorney to sign his bond from Miss M Silver of Norwood 0 a cousin of Mortens wife she being unable to be present herself When the case was called Thursday the government had a number of wit nesses on hand ready to give evidence of Mortens alleged crooked transac tions in the matter of attempting to compromise omitted taxes against dif ferent individuals in Cincinnati Cov lngton and NewPortSEASTERN STATES REPRESENTED Entries For the International Exhibi tion of American Horses Louisville Ky Sept 10 Entries for the international exhibition of American horses to be held herr Septem ber 28 to October 3 close Thursday The Indications are that all of the 76 classes will fill but the exact number of entries can not be ascertained till all of Thursdays malls arrive Near ly all the states east of the Rocky mountains and Canada will be repre sented In the competition The Kentucky War ClaJm Washington Sept 11The Ken tucky war claims now before the treasury department will come up for final consideration next week They aggre sate 10000 the principal one belnjj for disallowed interest or1 tflc itcn Jcky war claim amonnilng to about 8000 John W Foster Mysteriously Missing Lexington Ky Sept lQJohn W Foster until recently an inmate of the Lakeland asylum in Anchorage Ky aged 22 was discharged last Sat urday as cured The officials placed him on a train with a ticket to Richmond where his family reside He las not been seen or heard of since Prominent Farmer Drops Dead Petersburg Ky Sept IK Daniel M Hewitt one of the most prominent farmers in Boone county dropped dead of heart disease at his home near here He was In the confederate army under Gen John H Morgan and was with Morgan wncn captured but made his escape Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Sept 12Theoffpr ings on the tobacco breaks Friday vere smaller than usual The market was unchanged The offerings were 250 hhds of which 107 hhds were burley and 143 hhds dark Burley sold from 335 to 1325 and dark ranged from 315 to 770 The Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky Sept 10The tobac ic arket was unchanged Wednesday rhe offerings Wednesday were 645 hhds of which 431 hhds were burley and 215 hhds dark The price of bur ey ranged from 360 to 1375 Dark told from 320 to 680 Eight Burglaries In Four Day Lexington Ky Sept IK Eight ourglarles within four days were con tessed to in this city Thursday by Clarence Thurman and William Bu chanan youthful Negroes after they lad been captured by Chief of Detec ryes Harry Slough Two Sentenced to the Penitentiary Paducah Ky Sept 11 Crawford ivey alias W Q Dowdy was sentenc ed to three years in the penitentiary lor stealing a cow Sam Lincoln a egro was given one year for stealing 1i stove 54 Borelngs Condition Serious tJ London Ky Sept 10The condl Jon of Judge Borelng remains sort qJUS and unchanged Dr Paul of Gin jlnnatl arrived Wednesday morning r10 consult with the physicians here vThree trained nurses are in attend Jnce H A Painter Fell Sixty Feet rvj jLoUlsVIllC Ky Sept 10 Charles a painter employ l at work here by the Gunning Sys m fell 60 feet at Seventh and Vial f ut streets and suffered injuries that cay prove fatal Princeton Had a 2b000Flre Princeton Kj Sept 10Fire caus by aIocomottve spark wednesday vfernoon destroyed the plant of the buthern Manufacturing Co and the rlnceton Ice and Storage Co entail f fg a loss of about 20000 There was Insurance- 51Toy Engine Exploded t Ky Sept toAlbert the n of Henry D Phillips was proba JJy fatally burned Wednesday by the tJpslon of a toy engine with which Vjv j laying His race anj chest butnc 5 r A KENTUCKY TRAGEDY Jasper McComas Shot Three Men tc Save His Father Wllliamstown Kj Sept412As tht result ora feud between the Hutton McComas families JobxR Hut ton and his two sons Samuel and WlhSbur were fatally shot about noon Fri day The Huttons were in the vlllag when Moses fcC nas and his Jasper drove up and stopped In SOdrlbuggy near Klnmans saloon tSowqfds were jassed when boys drew their knives and attempted to pull old Mr McComas out of the buggyS Jasper opened fire on them with his revolver and all tbreeot the Huttona were mortally wounded two of them being shot through the abdomen and the other just below the heart Young McComas was met by offi 1 cers while on the way towilllamatown to aurrenderSHE COMMITTED SUICIDE f Richard Oder Hanged HimseTf Rather Than Face Exposure Cynthlana Ky Sept 12RlcbardtOder a well to do farmer living abou six miles north of here committed sui cide His body was fount hanging aboul 5 oclock by some of his neigh bors Oder had been drinking hard since the death of his wife about year ago The cause of the act Is at jr trlbuted to the fact 1li tlastweeJI some forged notes for which Oder wa V responsible came to light at the Wll ilamstowh and Corinth bank 1SeSSGoebel Monument Commission Frankfort Ky Sept llThe Goe 5 bel monument commission was in sea slonjiere Thursday United States Senator McCreary presiding for the purpose of selecting a subcommittee to go to New York tb Inspect the clay model of the statue of the late William Goe bel being executed by the sculptor G Moretti Arthur Goebel brother of the late governor wjll head the com mitteeaDied In jr Patrol WagomSNewport Ky Sept 12Elmer Golfl smith 34 committed suicide Friday night by taking a dose ot carbolic acid The police were notified and the patrol wagon was called to remove him to Speers hospital In Dayton Ky but he was dead before the patrol wagon r arrlvedSResolution Caused Y M C ARow Louisville Ky Sept 10A hot de bate followed the proposal mide by J L5 Darter of Henderson In the meeting of the secretaries and direc tors of the Y MCAof Kentucky to introduce pool and billards in the buildings throughout the state The resolution was tabled i 5 ExGov Bradley Declines I ulsvllle Ky Sept lOWm O Bradley former governor of Kentucky has declined a pressing Invitation from the republican inanag rs to speak at Munfordsrille Saturday olT the occasion of the formal opening of the partys campaign on account of the state of his health To Establish 9 Graded Schcal Bedford Ky Sept nAn elcctTion holo here to take the voice of the votSore as to th establishment of agrad ed school resulted1 iit a Tote of 19 majority In favor of tr j school There was a strong fight ps up by some of the largest property owners Horribly Mangled By Cars Newport Ky Sept 12 Walter Al loway 17 was horribly mangled by a C 0 freight train In the yards near his home Friday afternoon He failed to notice the approach of a cut of cars on the track on which be was stand Ing and was run down Back Nominated For Circuit clerkSJackson Ky Sept 10 The demo cratic primary held Wednesday to nominate a candidate for circuit clerk of Breathltt county resulted In the election of W D Back the Hargis can dldate by a majority of 245 over A L Hagins the present Incumbent Dead Body Found Near the Track 1 Henderson Ky Sept 11The4aabody of an unknown man was brought there Thursday having been found a mile below this city on or near the Illinois Central tracks He as ap worefblueGets Reward For Jetts Capture J 11JulgO5pborne q tfurer that Sheriff Woodson McChotf of Clark county Is entitledtotheSward of 500 offered byGov Beekba for the arrest and conviction ot ttie assassin of JB Marcum t Aged Newport Physjclan Dead Newport Ky Sept 12Dr F4 r hig4honored trat his home 725 Overton street ntyr a short Illness He was one of heS01 1estpraetlClng physicians In Chnip bell countyIt SAcRepublicanLouisville Ky Sept 12 The rpub licans are arranging for a big crowd at the opening of the state campaign at Munfordsville Saturday Former Gov Simon Bolivar Buckner wiupreSside as chairman of the meeting Jasper King Must Answer Cynthlana Ky Sept 12 Thegrand jury here has returned an Indictment against Juror Jap King ch ging him with false swearing In tndJett White cases in which he aba idSout and presented a capital punish 1 i fOwenaboroOwepsboro JCy Sept t i2 ThOvOwenaboro Elks are afrttn fors r reunLoiof the Elk 6efltir3ands1 + Indiana duririr the fate A me t4 tIngwas held Thursday nightat whIch rthe final arrangements were made tlpConfederate Veterans to Meeth Lexington Ky Sept 11 Prepara tions have been completed for tlcntertalnment of 5000 people at the cpn federate veterans reunion to be beJd In this city on September 47 Promi nent confederate veterans clothe state will bs present 5 1Brandy Dlitlllery Seized Jamestown Ky Sept 11 Deputy Collector W S Knight selxedth brandy distillery of Thomas johijjpn of this county The groirad for lz tire was c Alleged remYinKof the qr1tz Jh vlngII t f tSS k15515- g 6 F s 50 i 1r 1 ft i t fii 1m Jrl 4 41E it Jt JJ urii J iiru- 9J4 i The Greater Works of4 Jesus Disciples 0 ce of1cSermon y tbe Ullbay and Byway Preacber T i f wrCopyright I9S h1 J M IMIOD 1903t1 TutYerlly verily I say unto you i he that belleveth on Me the works that I f do shall he do also and greater works than f ltje shall he do because I po unto My 1erTohn 1415 15 TANDING on the threshod of the bitter agony of the garden and the cruel death on the cross and wltn the marvelous minis try of something over three years behind Him Jesus utters the thrilling and startling words of our text Vcrlly verily I 2Jyunto you He that belleveth on Me anAgrcatcr works than these shall ho do 6catieeJLo unto My Father Greater works Eve U1e faith of Peter must 1 have staggered at that1 Even John who understood his LoYd so well must have teen perplexed and troubled Greater j JI works There swiftly pass before the 1 vision of the disciples the scenes of trl ic i uniph of that ministry The multitudes gathered In the streets of Capernaum r The sick the crippled the demonpos t Tcsjedarc brought and HohealedtheixF every one Again oj ItwItnes His hanff stretched forth to J eaI The company of weeping friends r t l gathered before the tomb of Lazarus loIv bids hLXn come forth and he obeys the g JfEUinmons and the home jttBtthany is rA banged frim one of sorrow to a happy haSvast mv titudcs gathered out on the mountSii side and saw the few loaves 1 a 11 es multiply under thetouch of oes ii until more than 5000 ajrp fed and i large quantities of food remain They heard Him during those three years 4 preaching and teaching The truth of 3p God was unfolded The hypocrisies and s false teachings of Scribes and Pharisees were laid bare The seeker after truth Gfmband scriptural were the teachings that It was declared that never man spake as this man The marvelously great works j ofJesus and yet as a parting message to His disciples He tells them that they Ashill be permitted to perform greater I works Greater workswt 4 1itAD we been present with that little group of disciples in that upper room on the last night before His cru ciii ion and heard the words of our text r4L fall from Jesus lips we might have been 1 staggered by them and failed utterly to o understand their meaning Our faith would hardly have carried us to the Hsuollme heights of Divine triumph In 4 I Ufcfr fulfillment but with 19 centuries trluml1hand glory of the Gospel with t narvelous work of the early church ited by Luke in the book of the Awemustexclaim Behold what Read the book of s and you must admit that what i rt as4 lured should be the fruitage of Is disciples ministry was literally ful ilied in the mighty operation of the Holy Spirit through them first at Je rusalcm then Judea and Samaria and r is rther t tho uttermost part of the earth 9 fhCM vdrts need no explanation ex j c r fptthat which Is furnished by the storilI of tho growth an4pread ofthe1dI after thojlesceit of4hc Holy Suir r Sr the day of Pent colY uj to the prc at t day Jesus meant believe Just what r He said His worJs need no Interpret T i ter except hearing ears seeing eyes and 1 hearts that will understand The open ing sentence of the Acts is significanta r I Luke is writing after the disciples have gone everywhere preaching the Word 1 after Pauls mighty triumphs in the 1 Gospel in Asia and Europe and looking q hick on It all and contrasting It with the Is results of Jesus ministry which here saysti Pheophllus of all that Jesus began both todo and teach until the day In which He was taken np And on that day He f encouraged the disciples with this prom Ye shallrecehc power alter hat te Holy Ghost Is come upon youo tlI t THE second chapter unfolds the i wonderful fulfillment of that prom theJ4tj iq that they 411 began to proclaim the1 4 Cjpapel mess sex And although they re mostly uneducated Ga1l1eeans ixspake In all thedUrer nt tongues world The multitudes were ft amazed and marveled saying one to J Another Behold are not all these if yrhlch fcpeak Galllecans And how hear wo every man In our awn tongue i Jyfiereln we were born P rtitlans thetit and Cappadocia In Pontus and Asia k iPbrygla and Pamphylia in Egypt and CyrenettI 4 r k proselytes Cretes and Arabians we do 1tf1r them speak In our tongues the E wonderful works of God Greater it Works surely And following this iL the multitudes have gathered Peterstands up and preaches and 3000 f dayJL4f able to win during the whole three a years of His ministry But that was only the beginning A few days after f yknl the healing hand of God operates 4 4Ii tfefough Peter and John and the lifer hang cripple at the beautiful gate leaps l walks and praises God and soon the great area of Solomons porch is crowded with people to whom Peter Himi2 c the women are not mentioned but It i 4 Ibey outnumbered the men in that earter day Initheir acceptance of the kGpei as they do today there must hJ Ve been about 15000 women con t rled too besIdes chlldren B b vlng the worsen out ot the recko tl f J IfJ and counting only the men what emendous Ingathering J uated 1 r 1 men beside women and children iPeter through the Holy Spirit is N 1c to feed 6000 men with the bread llfe and win them for Christ and t e loGreatezVorkslrhe fbl Jay the days of mlgb m racleshlcbI iriputnumber Althose which Jesoa jierTonned The shadow of Poster fair WBJ on the slclc was potent through the JIiIerotth eHaIY Spirit to heai At a a er day handkerchiefs which Paul 1iwJ blessed performed their works of ilIngM the sick were led to put i iW b In Jesus Christ Greater works 4 J dedJ Bat we have not lime to re 1nftCIOU8i r fJ 1 l1li0 1 l V ipd1it G fl70 ttr flifr threcordedit for yourself Consider the wide ex tension oly the Gospel the converts won the miracles performed and you will end by praising God because Jesus promise of greater works had Its literal and splendid fulfillment In the drys of the apostles and the early church thgreater sioftudes the nets filled with fishes as grthehandof such miracles In the service and jorderp n tiotwith the thought of works the h reealingth ageo isftene r h Siavep preachingtended by mighty works of the Spirit which would t thow s isynonymd th hiana rule I thngingmiracles such as ushered fiJHhe 1m of the Is rather an e tovidence Jmanis debelievingc aonsciouslying of the sick the raItnthe dead w m tionyThus we think and reason and almost believe that God Is shortsighted and careless In not pQurins35Ut His gift of healing upon the church today mreaterL iracles grUTDid Jesus so consider them Why was His heart heavy why was He sad when the multitude had been healed atoCapernaum and the 5000 fed in tbasilderness Was It not because there was not the greater work ot the creation of a new heart through faith in Him Ye must be born again was Jesus message to Nicodemus and the miracle of the newblrth was a greater work than that 6t physical healing or e b givenwonderful to the natural eye of man s faickup to health and strength is signifl cant The greatest need of that man a blthoughhis need so great but it was a cleansed a w niithJ gr dreaterJ b tietheethat the man was troubled more by his sinsick soul than he was b his diseaseracked yeeperIlflr haef nlh greatc need Jc us at we met that need onu gave forglv tcss and salvation Then c w faorkof Man hath power on earth to forgive sins The miracles were proof of HISwDivinity The continuation of thwmiracles through the early years c the church was for the s i angthe risen and ascended Christ and establishing the Divinelyordered way of alvatiop That which Jesus began to do His disciples continued to more gloriously and fullyStb after He had ascended and the jHoly Spirit had descended upon them But a greater work than the speaking with tongues was the raising from the deadness In sin to newness of life In Christ Jesus Ehes ninsickcle might cause the world to pause arid wonder but a soul cleansed In Jesus blood and given life in Him is able to set all Heaven to rejoicing Think of It AND In considering the greater which Jesus disciples are to do in fulfillment of His promise we must not forget that although the dls clples of Christ may do greater works than their Master yet His and His alone Is the enabling power Without Me ye can do nothing was His positive declaration uttered at the same time that He gave the promise and prophecy of our text See how Peter 0D the day of Pentecost recog nlzed this and publlclYLdeclared It He told the that the speaking with tongues was the fulfillment of GQddeclared aWhennwonderful orIsraelthoughbymade this man to walk for faith tstronging verse of Marks Gospel is slgnjfi cant and suggestive And they the disciples went forth and preached WOR1QNQ1WITH THE WORD WITH SIGNS FOLLent 1NG THE reason the disciples were to do ater works than their Master is made clear by the closing words of our text Because I go unto My Fathe The return of Jesus to Heaven was prxif of three glorious facts Jesus trlumrn Gods acceptance and mans delve ance Jesus triumphed over sin and death God accepted the sacrifice of ills weilbelpved Son for the sin of Vc world and man was dellveredfrom tile consequences of sin being cletinscU and redeemed by Jesus blood and made at ceptable to God In the righteoufoess of Christ And the return of Jvcus to Heaven was the reason Hit disciples were to be enabled to dp greater works than He had performed Whllehere in washOUndbYclBfJ9 f Y93J4QVQclb1e Ior ff ffcJ me Itor c c i c jli1t r c God to send the Holy Spirit to be where present In tho hearts of everyI lievers and to be allpowerful If had remained in the world to carryon His work He could have been in but oneI place at one time but through the Spirit who la sent to represent Him In the world Jesus Is able to go everywhere with His disciples preaching the Word and bringing dead souls to life How marvelous It all is Greater works that Jesus could do while on earth because the channels through which He could pour HIs power have multiplied through e years and multitudes have been raised from death to life Greater works A Peter at Jerusalem a Phili- patJ4marla a Barnabas at Antioch a P G poermanyWesley In England n Moody In America and within the last year the most remarkable worldwide evangelistic tour of Mr Torrey and Mr Alexander with their over 10000 converts Australia e center of the great revival move eat was turned Into one vast choir nging the Gospel hymns and praising od for the mighty works of saving ace which were wrought on every Greater works surely HOW may the promise of Jesus tim realization in and through us abelievean of today for you and me Grcatei worka because Jesus Is in Heaven dl cting the greatest conflict of the ages ainst sin and because the Holy Spirit present In the world and the command to the believer Is be filled with the intt All the rich full and wonderful romises of the New Testament are for us and arc to be fulfilled In us Greater works but perhaps not a duplication of e works of the early church except in the winning of souls to Christ What there in connection with this text which troubles the Christian and makes m question whether Its promise maybe realized In him Is It not because e thought has been centered upon the aterial rather than tho spiritual Is not because the Christian has come exalt the power of God upon the ysicai above the power of God upon e dead and sinblackened soul Jesus clared to those who were seeking for that no sign should be given them nd the Christians today who are s ek- Ing for a sign in the miraculous as a tes mony to the world when no such tes mony is needed will be disappointed THE greatest miracle is a trans life The greatest testi ony for Christ is the life redeemed and sanctified Instead of sighing and praying Lord Lord where are the eater works Do something won through me we ought to rejoice in a Christ powerful to save and pray that we might permit HIM to so live in ur hearts and shine forth in our lives to win others to Him Were we per milled to perform mlracle we might draw the multitudes anil Impress them with our power but It nould not win them for Christ We may have the presence of Jesus In our lives though so as to win some sou for Chlrst The greatest thing In the world Is not the ft of tongucs or prophecy it is not th- nderstanding e of all mysteries or the possession of all knowledge It Is not ith that couli remove mountains It not charity which would give all earthly possessions to feed the poor It is not martyrdom in the name of Jesus ut the greatest thing in the world Ibve And the greatest work in world is the fruit of that love the win ng of a soul for Christ It is not mir ies which the world needs today to aw it unto Christ but It Is the Christ fted up in the individual lives of Chris ns so that the world may be drawn u nto Him Then nay we realize the promise of Jesus of greater works Have you ever led a soul toChrlt If ou have you have knowr in tu Jc of at rocment the greater Tories which thr t perffTrHnr thjrugh yon Let us V crntcrt to live in the present Let us like me soldiers of Jesus Christ live ithfully and obey His order Implicit and permit Him to plan the cam paign He will make no mistakes He sillwill shine as stars in your crown forever nd overt LABOR LIGHTENED BY LOVE Tbe Divine Ilnu Blnkra it Ponilble to Glorify Even the Unllrnt aud Must Wearying Tak T There arc a few men and perhaps still fewer women who love labor lor its own sake and would prefer even a treadmill to the most perfect leisure sonic new den might have to offer But for most us work is a hard necessity which eeds some motive power behind It and reward ahead of it to lead us on Therefore lest work should become a slavery and uncongenial tasks like death to the soul God has transformed the labor of our days Into a service for loves sake actual with most of us and possible f allWe glory In our homes the foundation of the true strength of our nation and tho units of the common life ot the church Yet with what labor arc the majority of these homes sustained the work of the husband that wins the means of living and of the wife which turns all to the best account There is no law which compels these men to labor and these wives to drudgery except the law of love If that love of wife for husband mother for child daughter for rather and brothersto speak only of the tasks within the housewere to perish from the earth the homes would perish with It The good housewife goes about her never ending tasks with a singing heart nd a ready smile because those tasks re lightened by the love she feels If ot If she is but held in her place and her work by custom and the fear of change God pity her and the house she cannot make a home Yet for our daily tasks these hou iioldlove are but a part of that which is given Us for Incentive and reward Here oo ir a love of Christ constralneth us Ife with Him He lives with us In Hscompanlonshlpallllfelstransfonned and glorified even its dullest and most vrcirylng tasks There Is more for dally faithfulness than even George Herbert expressed in his famous verse A servant with trill clause Makes drudgery divine Who weeps a room as for his laws Makes that and the action flne for the poorest disciple may carryon tbr least rewarding work not merely In he spirit of obedience but In the en- Joyment of that companionship of Christ which is the best reward of life Friendship with Christ will do more than glorify the working hours it must become a motive for excelling It Is false Christianity which makes a man careless of the quality of his results Who would leave the corners of a room unswept If Christ were standing by to watch Who could do less or less perfectly In the Joy of HIS companionship The thcjigb that HeJllves in us ana that our urete comes part of His life must teach us1 to do faithfully what He has given uj tc 5p and to rejoice In the growing perirf iOn CIL w9rkuansbip in VhJf tHJs ldlert and eLire yfsj 7 t r1 1 THE INDICTED MEN Official Statement Kegiwling Al leged Postal Frauds Some of the Men Arc Charged With Conspiracy to Bribe An Officer of the United StatesLet ter Box Contract Washington Sept lThe names ot those indicted by the federal grand ju itryofstalThey are Beavers Machen Er win McGrehan Huntington and Sche blc The official statement regarding tho indictments follows The indictment against Beavers Machen and Erwin alleges in substance that the Postal Device and Improvement Co of San Francisco formerly the Montague In dlcator and Letter Box Co by resolu tlon of October 1899 set aside 10 000 shores of its stock to be used In any legitimate way Its president might think proper In forwarding the Inter ests of the company Armed with tilq- uthority the president Daniel S Richardson accompanied by Erwin came to Washington Erwin was then a post office inspector anti the company was composed almost entirely of post of fice employes In the west Erwin introduced Richardson to nil the post office officials at Washington and flea vers Machen Heath and others exam- Ined the device As a result an order for equipping 2089 letter boxes with the device was secured The Indictment against McGichan H HuntingtonMcGichan was the person interested In tho profits from certain contracts f arompackage boxes from July 1893 to Juno I 1897 that in pursuance of a scheme to defraud the United States Machen recommended to his superl ors that the compensation of the contractor be Increased in payment for attaching a different support to the boxes which raised them higher from the ground This scheme was put through and afterwards when Hunt- Ington became Interested in the contracts with McGIehhn they continued to receive the extra compensationi Tho indictment is in ten The other indictment against Mo Glehan Huntington and Machen Is in 15 counts on the same facts as set forth in the first indictment these be- Ing conspiracy to bribe an officer of the United States The indictments against McGlehan and Huntington for bribery allegeS that Machen procured the paym o 125 on each of the a ydditionaldevice which lifted them higher from the ground when the sum paid for c teededp w bithwho was then Interested in the contracts with McGlehan as the Columbia Supply Co for his own use rTheand Machen that D mchebleested with the firm of El wshurytracts with the United States for purchasing letter boxes That In pursuance of their scheme t defraud the government Madly nimjj the de partment to ordr Ititilesetrl boxes for the ruratLtiIiisery service quantities far i what was tanrl Mflacapacity approved the i7 for tIC same PACKING PLANT STRIKE Twelve Hundred Men Are Out and Business s Ia Standstilli St Joseph Mo set il v general was ordered at the Nc son Mor a packing plant In South St Joseph at noon Thursday and the plant was a yfternoonthe refusal of the superintendent to discharge a fireman who was charged with being unfair to union workmen Twelve hundred men are opt Sleep Walker Mistaken For a Burglar Oklahoma City bda Sept 11 While walking Jr her sleep Thursday morning Fannie SoPCI was taken for oHuletkaverely wounded j AT Elected Life MemlieVs Sea Girt NJ Sept1 ItloOrl Cheylesmore and Capt Barlow of the council of the NationalfRlrib assocfa then of Great were llfo members of the National Rto association of America at the anntfal meet- Ing of that organization Rr Adm Casey Retired Washington Sept i2RrrAdW ir sey recently detached fromeornpan t- itheof Pacific squalronlvlts rtIrc ti Friday on account of age alter nearly 47 years active servIce Capt Chas J Barclay will becotnba rear a4xpira L Makhgat P dalrycommlsslonorhas 1 next forbidding the use of aniline Or coal tar colors for butter making This action is taken under the new state pure fool law Squirrel Hunters Bad Aim lancaster S C Sept 12Whlle hunting squirrels in Chester county with his young grandson Friday morn ing MaJ J M Riddle one of the proprietors of the Lancaster Review accidentally shot and killed the by Refuted to Renew His License Berlin Sept 12The keeper for 15 years of a restaurant attached to the Royal opera house at Dresden has been refused a renewal of the lease because he sold chocolate bearing pictures of former Crown Princess Louise of Saxony Prince Alerts Half Mile Bethlehem Pa Sept 12 Twenty thousand people attended the closing of the state falr Friday and paw Prince Alert give the Bethlehem half mile 4MartThree Train Robbers Sentenced El Paso Tex Sept 12Three Am ricans who robbed the Mexican Central train and WellsFargo Express Coat Bermejlllo Durango were sentenced at Maplml in that state to 15 years Imprisonment and fined 100 each The robberY ccurred July 23 1902 Burned Her ilf to Death Chicago Sept 12ln the presence CostwluTkerosene a leda match tic It heasio severely Duftfed that ebe Ifdfn f w J1 r t r r jJ ff4ij tilZ 1 iTJLFLORIDA HURRICANE Much Damage to Shipping and uther Property Was Wrought Jacksonville Fin Sept HDeKln ning Friday morning on the east coast and Saturday morning on the west anti lasting 24 hours South Florida han been swept by the strongest hurricane known In that part of the state The wires went down at the beginning and railroad service was delayed On that account no details reached here until Sunday Even now they are Incomplete At Miami tho wind attained a veloc y rethefrom Its foundations clear of the cars hat were under It antI demolished Seyernl small boatu were sunk in the bay Passengers on the East Coas train which arrived Sunday night re port that they saw many wrecks alon tho shore from Miami to Hobca sound There Is one fourmasted antione threemasted schooner anti soveial smaller vessels Their names are not known A Standard OH Co steam er with two barges is on the beach near Boynton The crew of 13 men w otaswhite men drifted on the beach near Boynton At Stuait 15 acres of pine apple sheds were blown down At J w ofithTaking a day In crossing time penin sula the storm struck Tampa Saturdayp morning soon after attaining ty of 70 miles an hour and raged all day The roofs of the Almerla and DeSoto hotels were blown off Several cigar factories wcie badly damaged nt Ybor City and several build ings were unroofed In Tampa the ampton block was unroofed anti six small dwellings were blown down No loss of life is reported Tho streets re a tangle of wires Street lines m aadeleading from Tampa In nil directions arc down and the city is in total dark n essfplaces on west coast and In the Interior have not been heard from and It Is feared that when reporth come in the damage will be creased The orange and grape fruit c fiThedown at 9 oclock Sunday night indi cating that the storm is now raging n Middle Florida A PLANTER KILLEDt Furnlfqld G Simmons Found Dead on His PlantationdNewbern N C Sept 14 Furnlfold Simmons father of Senator F M immons was killed Saturday on his plantation a few miles from Pollocks ule Jones county He had been miss ng since Saturday morning The body was found near a river bank Mr Simmons had been shot several with a shotgun Bruises abou- tthehead Indicated that he was club et also Mr Simmons was a quiet man about 75 years old The cause of the killing la unknown A Negro of the name of Daniels has been ar as the slayer Another account rom PollocksvilU sys that Mr Sim oan was kllfd ly trespasser who was squirrel hntii on his land and hom Mr biainua went after when e hear tilt shooting KILLED ON THE STREEr OrAf R Harmanson Shot Charles Medicis at Opelousas La Or usas La Sept HDr A R TRY 0 i shot and lleil Chtedicln i morrn IbOJ a w tlfte Medlcls win r isslug m aw the street when the fatal shot was tIred h being unarmed Dr Harman son surrendered to the sheriff He- claims that Medicls is the author of several anonymous letters attacking he reputation of members of his tam ly Medlcis was prominent as Is Dr Harmanson TUNNEL CAVED INaOne Man Dead TWO Hurt and Ten or Twelve Missingr Ittsburg Pa Sept 14By a cave ntt the Green Tree tunnel ot tho Wa bash railroad In Green Tree borough lafeSaturday night one man was kill edtvfo hurt and ten or twelve laborers aremlsslng Fellow workmen bo llevc the missing arc buried under the ten feet of coal slate rock a ither debris that chokes the tunnel fnr distance of 55 fqot Struck LIghtnin- gSprlngfieJd1lf Sept 14The top of ma porch at the front of the executiVe manslon was struck by lightning Sunday afternoon durng a storm Tho bplt Of lightning was a terrific one and two great balls of fire seemed to fall from tho porch GOT Yates thought the porch had caught fire and telephoned for the fire department The fire marshal and a part of the fire department answered the summons but could find no fire The bolt of lightning was ono of the most terrifying ever witnessed Iw this city Newspaper Manto Be Prosecuted Panama Sept 14 Rodolfe Ggull era the first newspaper man to pub ifsh articles in favor of the secession of the Isthmus of Panama is to bo prosecuted It Is currvitly reported that 2000 federal troops are coming tp the Isthmus NonUnlcn Miner Assassinated Knoxville Tcnn Sept 11 =Charles Marsh a nonunion miner employs by the Tennessee Coal Co at Brice ville Tenn was assassinated la his home Saturday night by an unknown nan The officers have no clew Fatal Automobile Accident Milwaukee Sept HFrank Day of Columbus 0 was killed in an automobile accident on the state fair grounds while driving Barney Old fields machine in a fivemile race against time The machine swervnri Into a fence and toppled over The Plagueat Marseilles Rome Sept HThe French government having officially communicated the presence of the plague at Marseilles the Italian government has ordered sanitary measures of protec tlon to be put into force A Tornado In Oklahoma Guthrie Okla Sept HA tornado itruck the vicinity of Bloomington Southwestern Oklahoma doing ex tensive damage The residence of Mrs Sarah Carter was destroyed the wo man and her eldest daughter being Jured Sheriff Charged With Kidnaping Tombstone Arlz Sept 14Co chlse county officers and Texas rang ers are In pursuit of Sheriff Denham of Brown run ty Tex armed with f 0 crgIjr t I 1 I 01 i r 7 i i FEARED A SEPARATION j ediietoliarwith the CaaU Her lather had read her the parable of the judgmentShesound of weeping came from her room Her mother went an consoler relates Brooklyn L ifebaAbout the gosh Oh Im so afraid Im- a goat litHelambwould go itralght to Heaven WIth thu a pacifiedTherepeated and again her mother inquired the aronHgoals Didnt tell you dear that you were little Iambi she sobbed 1m not crying about m yself but Imlratd3ou may lie a god THE SELFMADE MAN Not Almita n Finished Product nut There Are Sonic Aftllctlom II ReRIe natulalbornSome men always teem so very new andbhera so very parvenu The telfmi le man i often a vciy gOOf lort when hes linishtd lie rarejy has the gout but he tomctimra culfera from over exertion of the rgotiNm Somehow the ear of the elfmade nan ten have the look of bain been tolen- om a grabbag The felfinade nun laltdone great afflic o lie didnt have a baccalaureate terinon reached at him And oil if he could only remember that there ae always others JUt as iruignili cant aa We occasionally fee an architect of his own fortune who teems to have mislaid the blueprint when he was about halfway throughIAn Ice Cream iIyiIGentle reader did t thou plate of icecream with two poon 1Ionetmnow in the dcarolil days when you were young and there was only one girl in all the world nd be had a round fate like the fullmoon nd as full of freckles as the skin of a brook trout Did you now Come own up It was down in the little ice cream shop the niy one in the village and you were dread ully when the lady who waitedon ou smiled as you thought You would Have been glad to get along with one spoon nd take turns in licking but you were too ahful for that Still you ued to share licks when you thought the emiling lady was not looking and went with themt atld the ice cream urns lwileas i avorome What You never lidounever did Well hen son you have never known what Heaven on earth js Your education has been neglectedN New A flogs Victory ounsr1theveryellgreatesiwas very annoying and which made him mis erable all time lie had to get up three or four times every night almost all his life Doddsidneyt p cornletelygreatre1ieJDpraiseorIdThere are many children suffering from Kidney and Urinary troubles These dis DoddKidlltall such derangements Master Orbra Young conquered hie trou ulingDoddst meanParents their children are uven a fair chance in life and there i nothing that can undermine the health 01 a growing child as much as Kidney and Un- aryn derangements What She Could Do- I am glad said the wealthy merchant girlWouldnt have a boy that you could train to succeed you in buiinesI- No indeed replied the wealthy mne- rhanLc A boy won go to college learn to uau baseball and probably become a mem nt ot th jirofesjit league He lr S tiuMnfss jctagc to me irlWholtWhy she can m Wv orrilIilyChicago Poi 0f10O BleSOOPonntl Steel Range Offer If ou can ue the best big 500pound steel range made in the world and arc willing to have it placed in your own home on thiec months free trial ut cut this notice out nd tend to Searst Roebuck io Chicago nd you wilt receive free by return mail c b o manytherlso receive the most wonderful 100 steel offer an offer that places the best tteel range or heating stove in the home any family an offer that no family in the theircireumstancesmarbe out the best cooking or heating stove made Upto Date Anccstom Mrs Upperten I suppose you take great pride in your ancestry J euvriebeOh yes the genealogist assured us that they were tic very latest thing in anecsIOrtIond1ln 1 tllits aybjttthing Philadelphia Kcord MARKET REPORT yCincinnati Sept 12 CATTLECommon 2 40 3 75 Heavy steers 4 75 5 25 CALVES Extra 7 00 HOGS Ch packers 60 6 20 Mixed packers 5 75 6 10 SHEEPExtra 3 25 3 40 LAMBS Extra 5 05 01 5 75 FLOUR Spring pat 4 50 4 90 OYNo 85 S5 CORN No 2 mixed 52 OATSNomlxed 0 3- 8RYENo2 v 02 63 HAYNew timothy Qj12 75 PORKClear family fjLl5 73 S7VBUTTER21hAIPLESFancyPOTATOES Per bbl 1 8 2 00 TOUACCO New 350 it 9 00 Old 5 50 13 00 Chicago PLOIJn Winter pat 3 75 3 90 WHEATNo 2 red 79 82i No3 spring tfit 81 61YOATSNo2RYENo 2 56 PORK Mess 13 50 13 62 V LARDSteam 9 229 l f New York FI OUR Win strts365 t3 90 8701CORNNoOATSNo2 mixed 39 RYEWestern 4p 62 PORKFamily 17 50 17 75 LARD Steam P 9 00 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 0 81 CORNNo 2 mixed 56 OATSNo 2 mixed 41 CATTLE Steers 5 00 525 HOGSWestern 6 85 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 87 CORNNo2 mixed 533 5- 4OATSNo2 mixed 36Y PORK MeSs 13 60 LARDSteam a 800 Indianapolis WhIETNo 2 red 82 COMNo2 mixed 5- 1OATSNo2 mixed 35Xi p 1r L rt jWf srg J That AH To run a newspaper says an Oklahoma itor all a fellow has to do is to be able write poem discuss the tariff aniraorfey1 q on umpire a baseball game report a wedding saw wood describe a lire so that the leaders will shed their wraps make a dollar do the work of ten shine at a dance measure calico abut the liquor habit test w hiskysubenibr to go without m free ilver defenJ biinetalhism- mers at nobbery wear diamonds invent appraisebiesit e atliucteti heal the dusr i fight to a finishet type mold opinions sweep the oflicc speakat prajcr meetings stand in witn everybody and everything N Y Tri bune ha whodto command Well well exclaim enpeck she means then that you will never be married Philadelphia Press To Cure n Cold In One Buy Take Laxative FJromo Quinine Tables AH druggists refund moneyif it fails to cure 25c bo matter how much some men hate bill Cagainhicago The Chicago NorthWestern the only double track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River Before accepting the inevitable we should certain of its identity Puck FALL With the chilling air of fall corned an extra tax on weak kidneys Its the time Doans Kidney Pills arc needed now recognized the world over as the chief Kidney and Bladder remedy Acblngbacksarceased hip back and loin pains overcome Swelling of the DirnriELD Iso It was called rheumatism Icould Rrt no relief from tho doc ton Ibcan to Improve on taking Boons sample p t two boxes at our drug g anwas troubled a good deal with my water had to cct four and live timex a nlshu That trouble Is over with and once more I can rest the night through Wr backache Is Alt gone and I t thanlcTou ever so much for tlwonderful medicine Doans Kidney rills Jso II ItiBEn resident RldKcrille Indiana Stats Bank physician dizziness mice s LCtNAMC STATE free trial boz mall coupnn to V it patei ftddnn ntoillp tI 1 REPEATING matter what preferences are some different Winchester will suit you Winchester Rifles ble game rabbits and in styles and Whichever well accurate shooter 16Opxs WINCHESTER REPEATING CO NEW HAVENCONNr3 e weL DOUGLAS 3i 3Yon can save front 3 to5wearing V L Douglas 360 or They equal those have been cost fag you front 400 to 500 im mense sale of Wi It Douglas shoos proves their superiority over all other Sold retail shoe on bottom Thit Dooslxj ntti Cor onaColtproresthrra Is DOOTU liit highestgrade FaitCorcjejir S4 Gilt Edqe tInecnj Sbori mall Cain jwT L Tll Sii9F Th5i whenyoubtrjWetWethtr name TOWER on the This ii n and this name stood for alxtyseven yesti ofIncreasing Ifvur derwil1not up5lyuwrite or free or water proof oiled coatialidiers suits hats and horse goods for all kmdjpf wet work f cawrj3S0ITOCANADIAN CO TORONTO CAN Li1r AKEHSPECIAinFOBWOMEH Intcnul etcaouvas U key to woman bcajih and Tiffor Innamnulloc Sonattt Fettle Oatatrh ennui eiitt with Jt Pnxtlne u r4M n Taclnal douche U a rerelatlon la eautblued clcanilnc asS timllnff panrrr It thUs all dhaease seriaL Inlocal treatment of traial Oil It b Icflanmatlon ami cures all Never tails to Ifrual Catanli Corel oHf tuire iwnpiratlon arm pttt tad feet Cares Sore Ttroat Month and LiesIAi n tooth powder nothing Bemorea Tartar Hardeni the clams and wMtfti thetMtumiUtat adtireaUiiveetaDilaireeaUe otietters froas women prove that It la tne Brenteateure In l cucerrboeat ever discovered We havie to beairor tbe flrat cuss It ftellcd Co care To proTB all thla we will malZalatretnlai packag with book OIlotUnctloiUKtMoIutely free This not a tiny sample bat enough to eohriQce anyone At druarclata or seat postpaid by lu a et targe boa S tl ftoctloa B armnteed Xlie UPaXt Co Dsi LIVE STOCK Electrotypes IN VARIETY FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST BY A N NEWSPAPER CO 335 West Filth I PAY SPOT CASH FOR MILITARY LAND WARRANTS eato5Ceraetg PI LES POSITIVELYCIIRES iivie 1vts ie In or free sample adores rrlbajItlIstine building tSsw Tork 4 rd j ac4i F t 4 t44Very Mean of ut5tHe t May Ueally lie told me once thatswaiua always afterthey sangslid he knew mnanypeoplewhooughttodomhesamnetbing tea Gazette t MriPatty Dojbu really think DrDnek man is a Mrs Uiblin the I o much about that But he haftiich a quieting way with him When 1 said I hoped I be buried alive lie said hed look out for that Wasnt that thoughtful of himPBotton Transcripts a t I am sure 1i os Cure for Consumption saved life three Thos Bobbins orwichYFebl71900 When you learn how difficult it it to eel rota come of our best people you begin undextandtbat ccitt is sotaltogether a nity1uckiThe Overland solid train Chi cago to the Coast daily Chicago Union Pacific KorthWc Jfaceia air easy as wasliing when Put nam Fadeless Dye are ued While there is love there Vope Rsmi j Horn 4j KIDNEY GHILLSi t8ycaxsf limbs and dropsy sins vanish They corrects with brick dusT sediment high pain In passing dribbling frequency bed wetting Kidney Pills rcinovecacu1i and grtheL Relieve heart palpitation Blccplcssness Headache nervousness Doans Th 5a cmts p 0 For tbiq rwtrrMllbnmOntolIalij above lajafllclcnt mile on icpa Tho by Sore Sort U BArrm Snuxos Kxssis 1 rmetved the a pie of Deans Kidney Pills 4muchpalnlntuybackwblchaiii arose from my kidneys Four boxes ot Kidney Pills haTe en Urely cured the trouble Ithink I owe my life to these pills and I want others to It Baxter Springs Katis a FiuiocTB VA I ant fered over twelve months plas tens gareu only temporary relief Deans Pills cured me T SBnowx youu RIFLES No your alout a one of the eight aremadeiacalibers suita for shooting any from to grizzly bearsamany weights model select you can count on its being made and finishedereliable in action and a strong iFRs Oa gUustaId csialoqec ARMS A1 i SHOESSyearly 7 makes everywhereLook price iNAVEITiML buttons have theDEST sales yellow TOWER the luTaluable fiesta discharge cure ot Thousand AND- NISCELLANEOUS GREAT PRICES KELLOGG Street Cincinnati BOUNTY patient sbouldn Limited ternLine urine colored uvitlspalnlatheamatiofmy rifleJ Big Four IaBest Route California Co1o do xas aj BEST LiNBTojLOUISVILLE MEMPHIS NEW ORLE1N5 fl4D Tflhi s013T1i l ilisK1NS7SCITY1iENVERa t a itwNDTJIRWST r W1SWRY NEW flEST SERVICE aisd 4 EQIJtPMBNT Palatist Ladles Coaches Pullman Roonu 5leerLUbnattonlstorthniaCars 5 Pullman ttzenrion SISpCTs from Ctncinnstl to laclSc Coast Fpint every Tuesdayaad Friday without roT rstetIme tabiesC14 addrn an igen 0 iaaiccabtTvGeneri FeegergenrCla dRe- innatiObI SESTLINETO CHICAGO ANDTHEWEST OP5RATiNGTHRtETCAUNDAILY CffMPOSCDOFTHE nINEST TYPS PULLMAN AND DINING CA5 ciaacv CONNECTION MADE AT 4 CINCINNATI WITh ALL TItINB s FROM ThE sOUTh iP J PARMALEB JR MCGREGOR TPA TPA niiD 0 EDWARDS Cincinnati 0 A r ir 48pagebook 153J I I bIghetneferences XTzOEEALD CO flex 5iIn tune bvdrnexzU L A N ICZ 1987 WRITING ro ADVEETISEXI pts state oust you saw the Advertise ietIathtupuper POT11AM FADELEU DYES are as far aend of te ola Dyes clectnIcILy Is of a finA lghi caridlS Iutnhifl Fadeless Dcs are elcuri u rey reIibr stain rbe hands nor spot the getUe OrA iCa pseliase colors etter silk ocl orcotton equally well sad ha cuarsawet to dive perteci railts Pmra ViaiV eVjes Ir Cf 1c bg ill goo1 druglW fIQI tstCi IItcL Di IItII 1QNQLIIO GQ Vgl9qrU3 1i 1pcdsietr4 r a1i 1 tJ r J j tol i k rjt It h x f t 1 P4z 4 = Il r Z g Y OUTLOOKQtit WINGSVILLE la i SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Address all communications to TUB OUTLOOK Pimtisnixo Co or to JOHN W HONASER OwingavilleI iz tty Subscrlbors desiring a change of t address should always give previous rath1reewhen writing Correspondents when out of eta j Mention fact on a Separate slip of paper tunSDAY SEPT 17 1003 11ki i ANNOUNCEMENT 1k For State Senator We are authorized to announces VVmB Wbitt of Carter county a candidate Democratic nominee ni 1nrthe Senate from this district at i ttthooyomber election 1903Ie We art authorized to announce Nathan Barrett of Carter county a candidate Republican nominee j for the Senate from this district i t at the November election 1903 k For Representative 4 VWe are authorized to announce jlilinIF Fouoh of Rowan county n Republican nomlneo t Tar the Legislature from this die VrItat theNoveraboreleclion1903 k t ALL of the entbusinim of Iho vIV c State political campaign is purely f artificial en far I CURTIS JETT is on trial again at i i Cynthiana this limo on the charge of murdering Tom Cockrell TOE situation in tho Balkan country differ from tho quality of mercy in being ICstralned1t lV MAJOR DKLKAR is after Lou DII Ions twominuto record as a trot eV ter Delmar has trotted two dif I ferent wiles in 2003 each OWIMO to fear of assassination Vthe Sultan of Turkeys guarded sleepButito pay for It from those he fears F ron of Curtia Jette alibi wit eeaes at the Cynthiana trial have been indicted on the charge of false t arinfrother witnesses testifying r to an alibi against thorn at the time of tbe killing ii IT IB difficult to see bow the Democracy of Jefferson Jackson and Tilden which ii theDemocraoy t 1 tof Grover Cleveland can be pro mated by the election of Tom VJohnson in Ohio i JASPER KIMO the juror who eavec b Curl Jett from the death penalty Cynthiana has been indicted on tho 4 charge of false swearing in being qualified as a Juror in the case JKlng seenis in a tight place PAg u 1IiTIbiQiagnauII w JA J is nardly F tpoMany longer but John Bul witi to knowS why he took three cfJt his little isUade off th coast o r Borweo recently Unole can plea klepto nla I BMIDXS the hightap postal offlc t h Juli wta hnve been iadioted on the Pealqrt II t Att tlMrboBMakilacoBapany of raflers n btf iiecpife the vulgaritj of aaere 1Ef I ssealig L tt I lo CORRESPONDENCE 0 J iJ ru ljtfoore Son sold to Sat i teeraat 3o 3 raRuMrt Will A Ate bl af 7 lSlaLlckand driugbter Miss r 7 JiRatot Franklin Co are visiting relatives here IJ f NiekHedrick who has been liv a pjIIJ IneeBMr Kent Ricos fa for r Uf 7 the p M vear has moved ii tbe J t II Dawton farm on Slate InVf0 i JDawoe aid wife hllve1 tie N to t4 iJk1i houwkeepinp thekowsoate- I l tC bj Mr He4ri9k 4 JIt ii Grange City t J i Born Sept 13tb toIsaacMcLain 1 J nd wife m girl VV h6rIl v heburgIatweekV k MkM Leona Phelps left Sunday j ftI t Vior a vjsjtta friends a ReyoIdo-1 j + VqfllOV5d Fresqbburg4 r e Mrs Vietoria Newlla B of Flera VSaabiirgV e 1B8rida for a laersl VyVVV daya visit tolrleRdadreltlvesf i l Y- SIdOOYECtflIVFanlTylJ4 j MQhtoJi t MrTJI RVensdMIaRutL r i f I Richards visitedl4rs7cnnie Cram t VL near Poplar Plains oa day last weekvI z VVVTheyOugVfOIke enjoyed iheai lC eelvivryauoh ala watermelon rit9 WaltoneFrfbtlci InADRawhngand Miss h Jj16A W1ul WaltoD visited John Raw V tij iRgs sad wifeIRVBsthVebuutySat li and Sundl k inday j- Mr i JlMlNewaB a and daugh 4V ter Miwi Addye attended tb bed fiacofjrteTr aunt Mn uGr1 aasaeav VV New Hope Friday and ltIJrIi pI5i4- i 1 ttt5 fr r r 1t4 fl VV w 1s i mFf s tIfc f 1 tI f Cli t c t4i v rdri r i 1 d 1 dIO ZtFalrvlew y Mrs J C McClure visited rela tivLs rtt Okla Sunday Very lew from this community attended Court Monday Mr and MrSrNoblo of Illinois nro at Jesse Calverts this week C W Modiloxenld and delivered six head of cuttlo to L R Calvert at 3cI PoweU sold and delivered to L R Culvert Friday nine head of cattle at 31e Wallace McClure wife and Jacob Steele all of Crawfordsvillo Int- 1arevieitingJCMeClnre and othe relatives in this community tholleihatnro having so much beef to spoil that they can preserve it if they will slice the beef ready to cook andIa popper n and keep on this way till tho jariejl full then put a weight on tho if put in in tho morning tho brine will rise over it before night Soak in a little clear water ahput four hours before cooking This has been tried and proved You can keep beef three or four weeks In the warmest of weathers Cralgs Clint Hatttn and family were guests of his parents Sunday no B Sexton and fatally were guests of his parents Saturday and SundayRobert Kelly is selling out lIe will start to Illinois at onco to make his home v Born Wednesday Sept 9th t 1 Ben Thompson and wite a girl thoir Orstborn Frank Wells sold to Honry hop kins a oalf for 9 Hoyt Warron sold one to samo for 8 Miss Nannie Soxton who has been staying at Daniel Harpers came home Sunday to stay j Everybody is talking of the re4 union but if it stays so hot and dry it will be a dry old time On Saturday of the reunion a prize will he given to tho winner between the Slate Valley and the Moores Ferry baseball nines Our boys went to the mouth of Prickly Ash to play ball and the game was 30 to 17 in favor of the Poastickers Prickly Ash boys came to this place Sunday to play our boys and the game ended 19 to 20 in favor of the Peastickers I dont think that they can be beaten at all Bethel Water is very scare scarcely nough to drink i and vegetation is burntupV Miss Bertie Berry opened her school hero last Monday with overi 60 pupils y tJames Emnions and wife loft for Stanton to visit her SIster Mrs John Atkinson Morgan Stone OHio Arrasroitb and Alvin Ratliff left Monday for Lexington to attend college Mrs George Donaldson visited 7erjnlaw John Donaldson tb Bourbon Co las J o- fWWhfl Lexing vTTrt- VVV TrumaCC111panl ii nas1cwoman Lucy Belt near here hapatohof tomatoes IIthe average weight of which is on somo weigh one and a hal pounds Milton Ratliff Bpldb residence in the eoutJpsrVoiad on hundred aor pf jand near the viI lage to Tiltats Kernfl for eighty dollarspolleesalollInn Odessa V4utit Annio Pratbcr of More had rrived last week as guest of her granddaughter Mrs W A VSnedogarAUarber and JIeseIgTc the young oUrs frstor1 f016fl uppor and social V4VVVVVVV v Mrs Rebecca Hawkins VOty near Saarpaburg arrived at IJr Jones i lastweek and is- VflV under treat ment for cancer Sho is getting along nicely Tom Robertson of Bethelwa s hero last week and bought three mule colts all mares one of Jas Riddle for 950 one of Tolliver Whaley for 95750 and ono of Davy Huwkins for 860 delivered this week TOE SICK MarBhall Knox is up and nutasealnLlttle girl rf Red John Jones has scarlet v r Miss Oddia Powers is still confined ImprovlngatowI children are iaprovinf John W Darnell and ion Charle- weighed toP B Stone and Job Crockett ntSelbel1astFrldy morning thirteen bend of graps IbsatUWLsame for October delivery three suckling mulei two at 75 and 6ae atIO Mr and Mrs John Noble of Illi not who have bPen at Dr Jones VforVnertrly fur monthb the former under treatment first for rose cancer then for fistula having been permanently cured of both of those fearful drecases left last week to visit friends and relatives for a neighborhoodtheir granddaughter Miss Lout Hopkins who came with them and has been visiting relatives here will leave tor their home in Illinoi- sInafewdaya SUI5IW NOW l Y y uVL4M4Upper Prickly Ash Arra Chandler has diphtheria One of Charles Stones children has diphtheria but is betterIHurdman Wasson and wife of Indiana are visiting relatives hereI R L Stone and wife attended tho annual meeting at KendalleSpring Sunday Oscar Chandler nnd wife of Ow ingsvillc were guests of Riley Chandler and wife Sunday E S Hamilton and wife of Roes Run visited R L Stono and wife lust Friday afternoonV Miss Walter Moo Ratliff of Slthi Lick visited her grandparents pnnlel Harper and wife last week Mrs Alfred Moore and little 1Iontgom1erytpn Saturday and Sunday 41 Gudgellbfher sister Mrs Daniel mier old saddlb marorAliceItook jSrCorlisshie of near Mt Sterling visited lAlraanza S ono nnd wife Thursday night Corliss returned home Fri day Miss Nannie will visit other relatives this week JDryAlex Wells IB poorly with fever IThero have been some good rains around us Bud Colliver was at his fathers Saturday night Stock and drinking water are getting to be an object There was a Mr McKenzie hero measuring lumber last week John Yarbrough and teams ro turned from nearSharpsburgwhere he had been cleaning out ponds r Riley Craig gave John a licking Saturday eveningXtrouhlo the samo that produces nine tenths of the fights whisky w The amount of scrapping that went on hereSunday would indicate that the laws of God and man were things to look at and obey not I do not wish to dictate to people but there has been and is practiced hero ovety Sunday things that do not speak well for the community Strangers passing tbo road would suppose a mob hud broken loose from the amount of yelling and pro fanity Somo whisky is mixed up in the outfit Beech Woods Misses Addle and Lizzie McKinr rnovan were guests of Miss Etna Bailey Sunday daughtorMieeHorseman and wife Sunday Our school has been stopped on account of scarcity of drinking water Nearly everybody is haul ing their drinking water and some of our neighbors are driving their stock to Slate Creek fotivator Died Sept 5th Lizzio Lilliat Bailey daughter of Whaley oni Jonnie Bailey Sh was 7 year 11 ynJtparents Deat parents do not nmuih for her While wO11li a har rJllinuob still we know sheVV in tlc beautiful world whore no pair jfor sorrow can ever reach her God plucks the brightest flowers and takes them for his ownV There Is no flock bower wo tobed and tendedVInmbJtberof edVBut has onevacant chair The air is lull of farewells to thee dyingAnd for the dead i The hearts of mothers for their child VrefloryngVVV Vill pot be comforted She tt not dead the child of our af fection JJntuorie upto that school poorIAnd Christ Hlmsolf doth rule The pallbearora wero John Wh cy Inmes Whnley Ambroeo SfclfH Harry Mann Artie Stone T raoile Jones George B Shelling Sichard Wilson CTO0KSV Mrs J O Wood is on the sick listSeveral from here attendedCourt in Owing ville Monday Levi Wells went to Flat Creek Monday to work in tobacco IMrs WHLHollan and daughter of Clark o4n9 visiting relatives hereVMack visited relatives at White Sulphur Friday and Sat prd r Clay Craig and wife of Monifee county visited relatives here Sat ujiay and Sunday Misses Sallle and Pearl Gilbert of Midland are visiting their grandparents D S Nixon and wife littleftstives here from Saturday until Monday H W McDormotlr Mra H OIr wiasa4daug1ter of Olympia vis ited the family of James Horton one day last week Miss Carrie Cooper of Owings yUle visited friends hero Saturday and Sunday and attended than SpringSundRYG R Armstrong wife and little Tuoduyfromatives at Baltimore and other Baa tern towns attendctttheSpring Sunday There was a large crowd and plenty of free dinner on awayhungrythere was plenty anQU10re than eteflVV VtVVVV1 lVVt VjrwV cIlf I Slato Valloy Miss Utile Craig of Cralgs was tho guost of Mrs Chris Garner Saturday Our mooting will begin hero on 24th of September instead of the 29tb as stated last week Chris Garner wife nnd little daughter Lottie wore guests of Robert Warrenal Craig Sunday James Sncdegar wife nnd chilI dren and Mrs Maria Stamper visited the family of NewtonA Shrout Sunday Mrs Elizabeth Wells of Roes Run and Mrs nutler Toy were guests of the family of Sam Shultz Friday of last week Mrs Felix Warren Mrs Richard Manley and little daughter Josie all of Craig were guests of the family of Chris Garner Saturday Misses Annie and lona Collins u Iraer Toy Lucy Ulory and Era Warren of Salt Lick were guests if Miss Lottie Garner Saturday nightRobert Kelly sold his farm crop of corn and one cow for 230 cash to Bill Goodpnster and will move in the near future to Danville III to mako that place his home It Is pitiful sight to see the droves of cows and calves driven to every day for water and when reach home not a vestigo of anything green can be seen They have had no grass all summer und it is now tho 14th of September and no rain yet What will the future l be 7 j Mooros Ferry W R Razor is better Marion Hamilton is some better The weather continues dry Wo are needing rain badly Quite a crowd front hero attended Court at Otringsville Monday- S Miss Laura Workman visited Salt Lick Saturday with her beat fellow There wore several from hero at tended the annual meeting ut Ken dalls Springs last Sunday IFrank Gibbs visited in Morgan county from Wednesday till Sun day lie reports a nice time Our little town is improving very fRet We have n store two blacksmith shops and a nice church Our meeting conducted by Bro tbcrRoss at Hcdrlcks schoolhouse closed SunJay Wo had a good meeting Thomas Ulery of neat Owihgs vijle is vj iting GVy Razor He aleo toQkrin the show at Salt Lick Saturday night The Moores Ferry baseball played Salt Lick Saturday The score was seventeen to five In fa yor of Salt Lick 4orhist 5uhdny evcning Mnt is a hustler tas he is sparking night and duyv jATaylor Ellington smokohoide was burned Ugi Wednesday night Mr sent awKliecufcd Bloodhounds to track Up the guilty parties VOk IIIf Len Del tl lmvc iuesday fur IllinersV We have prayernoting hero ev cry Saturday night Frank Estill pf Sproi t YolIiber Sunday calling on the fair sex A light rain and soino hail fell here Saturday in tho afternoon Rev Ed Anderson preached here Sunday night to a fairsized audi VanceV ZT Crain and GvILGray sold somejat hogs to Om T1WUon Ins week 2Nick f near BetheljMsltisd the latter brother Elbert Colliver Sunday rJamell Denton of Sprout was the guest of fill parents hero Sat urday night and Sunday Sever Jm here attended the meetjntc at Hendrixa barn on East Fork Sunday afternoon Delia Vice f Fioming county visited his UhefeNace Vice and family Saturday night and Sunday Silas Clay and wife of Nicholas county visited the latters father James Stephens and family Sun dayVSS Harmon and wife and Miss Pearl Harmon all of Sunset visit ed James Grain and family Sun dayMrs Franfc Denton and MIS Ellen Denttfri of Fleming Bounty visited Jaroep Denton ahrf family SundayJohn Hendrix lost by death last week a good mare mule cause nott known it was sold for sixjy dollars to be delivered on Court day John Roby and wife of near Flemingsburg wore guests of the latterurfather A McClaln and family Saturday night and Sun day We will correct the mistake by writing the initials J instead aocompai1ledMreNl week ego Aunt Sally Ann Riddle returned to her homo in Grange City last Wednesday utter a several weeks visit here with relatives andfriends Sho was accompanied by her son Fillman daughterMissrisited the formers sister Mrs AI pheus Vice and on of last weekVLittle Misses Add and Edna Roby who had been visiting re lutivos hero some time returned to their home near Flemingsburg one day last week They were aecom panied by their uncje John McClure 4 J f Y s 4i i l Licking Union Alpha B llcKinncy went to Salt Lick last Thursday on business Rons Alfrey and son Clint went to Salt Lick on their wheels last week J W Ham and A T Ham went to Salt Lick last Thursday on hue Incas Frank Adair andJamosDineniore i of Carlisle were hero on business FridayVBro Henley preached at tho Christian Church lustSaturday and SundayM Williams and wife are vis king on Grassy Creek Morgan Co a this week i Joe Jones and son went to Salt Lick Friday Joe bought Press Jacksons property for 1325 JBob Dickerson and John Adams are erecting a storehouso on J W Hams land at the Licking Union Station s f Sam Sparks our schoolteacher tave a box supper lastFriday night lo raise money to buy seats for tile schoolhouse This is the second box supper ho hind Tho receipts of the first ono were 20 last Friday night 1625XMr Sparks had the box supper in preference toK having the trustees levy a taxYour scribe feels like thanking tho teach or for his trouble and all who pro paredboxes Last Fridaynight there was a largo crowd but few boxes At the close of the sale some boys I from Yale camo in hungry found IP all the boxes sold so Sparks gath ered up the fragments Oiled five 1 boxes and sold them Tho lucky ones on the scrap boxes were Char Icy Frederick C C Johnson Howard Lewis trilvin McKinney and Villurd Nowkirk A Stopstone R T Maxey after a visit here has gone to Des Moines Iowa to enter a university Our buseball pine gave it to the Howards Mill nine good fashion both Saturdays past 10ftWednesdayfor for about two weeks C B Reid and wife spentSunday with Mrs Reids mother Mrs Dru sllla Lyle at Mt Sterling Miss Sudie Stout left to got up a music clas at SuIt Lick and Fur mere for the full term Friday Mrs Brown and Mrs Karrlck spent last Wednesday with MrsW T DojjohoW and family on Slate Miss Kato Puck and Miss Lillian Alexander spent Sunday with Mrs Robert Ragan and family at this placeb W B Henry says ho would liko to know where he could go where they never suffer for rain or cUu shine ho wants to move to suchi point J Qia lot of our people took in the big meeting at KeniiullsSpring lant Sunday ROIl report everything Vively with plenty to eat and ev rtybody bohuviiij themselves Ed tcixlsJof Wagoner I T uIfj rio s to to Mo f4V G Thofnjrsrjn t P Va i dasev J B Green wotjp nud family left here last Friday to visit rein tives at Jeffcrsonville Ky until Tuesday of this week when they will start for Hunnowell Kansas where they will make thoir home Kan oh when will it come Ev ery bud i Ouof stock water und hauling it or driving to it Corn not make a third of a crop and graaswoJithlere Is nonepaetures wasLSharpsburg Ohj for a good rain I Tollid Arrasmith ofBethol was bereFnidayGCrgOVVV6uEfg of Owingsville was hereSaturdayV J Wwas in several driyd last week Chas Hopkins of Little Rock was a visitor here on Friday JaaM W Lane and B Gillespio of Setbel were here Saturdays Gano Johnson of Mt Sterling was here Thurhduy on business William Bryant Pr of Judy visited at J5 T Howards Sunday Waller Sharp sold one hundred export cattle at 480 per hundred Springsia Mrs Eliza Dale of Carlisle is visiting her daughter Mrs John Triplett Martin Peters of Cincinnati js making his father John Peters a shurt visit J W Elgin the hustling little insurance man of Maysviile was hero last week Mart Donaldson and wife of Reynoldsville spent Wednesday with Mrs Maiinda Heath Sam Nixon of near Preston and Will Nixon of Peoria Illwore visitors at Jack Scotts Tuesday Mrs Walter Whaloy and sister Miss Maude Gorhamof near Bethel visited at Will Tripletts Thursday Miss Elizabeth Triplett of Chicago after a months visit to relatives herereturned homo Saturday Miss Lids Howard of Cyn thlana after months visit toro latives here returned home Tues daytWe hope members of tiret Methodist Church here will be I pleased with their new pastor Rev t J T VFlzercMrs Mollfe Clay nnd Mrs Ida Myers of Junction Ind were vis b itors at S T Howards Sundny y VV VVyV n1i tr A iJO J U Miss SpringfieldI John Hall Tuesday night Mrs W A Boyd visited Mrs N Byrd Jr at Stoops Wednesday Mrs Huyden of Grassy Lick is spending the week with Mrs Anna Gossett Miss Lizzie Mallory visited inn Nicholas county Thursday and FridayVMiss Ethel Wills visited Misses Mattie Lee and Pearl Taylor Mon day night OB Spratt sold sixteen sheep to Robert Crooks at two dollars and quarter a hundred Mrs Mason Parks and children- f Covln ton are guests of her brother Will Turner John Spratt sold Friday to Mr Oliver of Winchester a fine mare for one hundred and fifty dollars Tom Grimes sold John Spratt thirteen shoats for fifteen dollars That looks liko giving them away doesnt it Mrs Lucy Jones and daughter Miss Sallie and Mrs Andrew Spratt visited Mrs Sarah Thomas Thursday Mr and Mrs John Spratt Mr and Mrs O B Spratt Mrs Taylor andchildren Mrs Anna Gossett loirs Lucy Smathers nnd daughter Jhlies Lidn Mrs Joan Chancy Ire Willie hayden and Mr Riggs of Grassy Lick visited Mrs Mag pratt FridaycStOOPS Chess Carter of West Liberty is visiting hero Mrs S A Taul has about reeovI lerod from her iIInestA W Byrd and son Frank were in Louisville last weekVSeveral of our farmers will finish housing tobacco this wEekIMany a dull sentence has been made a pointed paragraph Some tow from here attended Court at 0wings ville Monday Samuel Piersnll of Yale was a visitor here Thursday and Friday Mrs Sarah Bridges is expected home this week from Los Angeles California We hope Sir Thomas will live long enough to bring over Shamrock XIU Geo McCIoskyhrfs returned after a visit to his father at Green vood W Va Richard Watts of Spencer is quite sick at the homo of his son inlaw C S Thomas Mrs L E Griggs of Mt Sterling was the guest of her sister Mrs J O Gillnspie lust week Mrs Jeje Mnrtan of North MiuiUtiwti W9 lilt jup t of hrsister Mrs N ilyrd Jr Sunday Mr piikuf O Iahnint mir ned Miss Spunk Now will the fruit of the union bo u little Spank Mrs Alfred Moore nnd Coburn Hamilton visited relatives near Owingsvillo Saturday and Sunday D L london and daughter Miss Anna May visited relatives near Owingsville Sunday and Monday Mjsa Elizabeth and Roxie Reeves returned to their homo at Gin innu after u visit to MissJUuttie t2InrkVV VrVV Large cfowdi attended the store opticon entertainment at Somerset Church train Thursduy night until Sunday night James Maxey and Miss Nellie Ryan of Reynoldsvillewero guests ofthel latters uncle Josiah GOODS Saturday and SundayV John W Thqmpson family and Mrs SM Warner were guests of Hack Shrout and wife near Mt Sterling Sunday The tallest stalk of corn wove heard of this you is ia Louisiana it is 60 feet high and still grow ing has 12 ears and a nubbin 13 inches long on it MaysvilleIIingsvilie and May of Judy per formed an operation on Mrs John H Ta lbee Thursday Mrs Taut bee is in a very critical condition The High Top and Stoops baseball clubs played hero Saturday af ternoon Stoops won easily Both sides presented bad playing the first of the game but towards the last they did some fine playing for greeners Coons the Stoops allowiogbutOn Tuesday Sept Sthat th M home of John W Thompson this place Mr Harvey James and Miss Kate Warner of Olive Hill wero joined in the holy bonds of matrimony by Rev H D Clarkvor Mt Sterling Immediately afwf the oereraony they left for Oliv Hill orIIS M Warner and wife of tQisI place The groom is a prosperous carpenter of Olive HilljA Western newspaper shoots off the following an will run as fa t M he can to cross a railway track in front of a train Tiien be will watch it out of sigh Then he will walk leisurely away lie pnoba1yheon a IItrch car will open a eachel nd take out a purse close the sachel and open the purse take put ptheclose the sacheT and lock both ends ThenSho will givo the dim to the conductor who will give Ler u ickel back Then she will he sachel take out tho pureeclosS t he sachel and open tho purse put openhelose the sachol and look both ends Then she will feel for the buckle pberback and givQ her hat a S bless her CONTINUED ON Ff BST PAOEJ I 0 J JIia r4V VV w J i1 It rJr1 J ft t j VI i CJViV VWqVv 4 L KentuckysGrTrot 4 i LEXINGTON STAKES 100000 PVRQ October Graifd 6th ConceittSV tof17th LEXIN5TON Ir t iV 20000 Futurity 5000 McDowell 6000 Transylvania 3000 Tennessee 3000 Walnut Hall CUPV 45 OTHER GRAND RACES The Greatest Program Ever OlHalf Rates on all Railroads R CESTILL President B W SHAl UN 2tUV r VISavoyards Letter Louisville Post Washington Sept 5The nom nation of Vardaman for Governor Mississippi looks like reaction but it is only a threat otreaction It is tho answer the South gives to that IndianblaineBv hh admonition to the North to mind its own bus ness a rebuke to tlo HonHopkins Illinois who li1ery unhappy and very disconsolate because he found no negro in theUhftedStates Senate to assist hIIJnthe grand and mysterious a recondite work ofSolohism Bi1vas unfort- unatethe nomination of V 1 rdn man If the Republicans curry the country next faar they aro certain to- go rdjCtTng with tbe negro Vardamans position is an excuse for n Federal educational appropri ation The excuse will be that tho negro fs igdorant that the South is determined that ho shall not bo learned rind therefore it is the duty of a Christian Northern people ant a religious Republican Congress to educate the man and brother To thatondniHlionrwiH bo voted offices created and officer appointed Federal agents will invade theStato andapply to education of the negro the revenues they dont steal if any be loft States rights will g blow and the constitution of tbel United State will bo violated- A Mr Patterson a correspondent of Chicago newspaper a very able and a very holiest man baa been down South studying the ne gro question Ills letter arc in tmsely interesting Some of hile rtiuiirktJ are excellent He is ns tuiiih withoiit prfjuilice as anyone who has written ou the sulijicl But like all Northern men the ne gro iu a dense mystery 10 him and the relations of the two races iri the lilnck bilts fill hint with astonish went Ito says the negroes on tin plhiittttionsof the South tire the best farm laborers in the world and the happiest of nil Gods creatures 1hyare ignorant Iud th yure thriftless They rto not understand that there is lube a tr m rr and thVy TceHfcst the eVj day WntTioi come Mr Patterson says they ur huppy but ho wants them to par take of the tree of knowledgeBill Arp snid there were negroes in Georgia 100 years old in tIre IRIS reconstruction demanding to be sent to college Mr Patterson thinks the field negro of the cotton belt needs education There are Southern men just as honest as Mr Patterson and ten tines better fitted to Judge of the matter who say that on educated negro is a uogrosbist us soon as ho learns to read lib ceases to grow cotton nnd either wants to preach the gospel or run for Congress It is a big problemthe negro question and as Mr Cleveland remarked the best thing to do is to let those nearest the weight lift it When a man approaches threescore his days for reading love stn ries are about over unless it bo tho courtship of Boaz and Rutbor something like that hut the other day I picked up a little volume with a bewitching title 11Iy LadyPrim rose and finished it at a sitting It is a charming Uttjp novel told by lary11LlndsnyMrs Watkins is not only well told but it is altogether wholesome It will give happytbol1gNs and hap py to teens Vand intelligent hoys wlltreadlt over fond over again MrsWatkine avery intelligent roman a daughter of the late Rob fertBvLind8ay the flrstDomocratic ccrrtqr of Alabama after the State was rescued from the recon atruction vermin There is nothing more Scotch than the name Lindsay and the Governor was not only the son of Scotchman but ho was graduate of St Andrew College Edinburgh HIS daughter Ie an Ac complished linguist nnd her trans lations from tbe French have at traded much attention anti reedy ed the cpmmcnpations of numerous literary people The Romance of a Child as she translated is used as a text book in ono of tire leading colleges of New England as an example of excellent trntiBlution Some years ago she competed for nize for the best original silent tony and got the award over more than 6ix competitors and that induced her to write other novels of which My Lady PrimrpBe Is the latest It is charming South ern love story for Southern young folks i Miss Maud Lindsay of TUSCUEQ bin Is a sister of Mrs VVatRips and has a wtln orfuUjaDcceisfui- klpdergllrtcnscbool at Flprencc ho wrote a book for little people Mother Stories that is a valued fextjbook in the London England r V to L c t d lit kin de rRa rt Wo J VI lr ago sheSraa iducedV1 Bbi VVV- ton anti te4ba special klrtdergar ten class I toiHU8tra4e her methods fprftfie benefit ot New Eng1 In nil sorts tworJilolreal Qlv4 ization the wVenof the Sotij asVVwell ns tbejtten can be depen l upon to shared Ami tnd of 3t I are s6 horW W1irerbornThe South never ex5lo3t herself She walt r atnorfiufrecl up I recollect whe 1 jrVVlV7QYV reading a Southern ljkiu tiIWerVto Uncle Toms Ca4jVJ flOW recollect the title wos Parlor and the Kitchen tUJjVIVVVmight have been the alternate Ti I have searched for that book la several public libraries but dYer found it and wbat ieltrfnga lfnever saw A man hadeacl ItVthat is I never discussed 4twitb man who had tend It The Material difference between it and Jnc1VTom was this the author of The Parlor and the Kitchen knew aU j about the subject and M ra StoVt know nothing aboutit Mi Stow iVI book waSvon extravagance the aHjgj owen to it was a sober tale If Stowehad painted emveryllS it actually was her story woulil liavVdied in the columns of the periodVI cal in which it first appeared and she would h ive been known as jtlheslaverys time hud conic The mart jpotent thoughfin the Word blIlVcondemned itV to death VjUdgVVV Lynch was lifter itanii ili owefrVhook was flue nuthorliy VJVV n court Tfic pity of it is f t ViVVbV cry did nut dinuttirni iVi1ll LtVVtVthe South ustthe irtltVVtIt left n prAtV 4cJifl flf not going to be rule t groVThat Is certniii Can tsV outh stand to have u numeriMis llssu her hniidn in the political conditionVVthe negro Ip un4 ttd5iIjTinn h ID tloonitcl to remnvn in if ho 8tn5 T FVin the Sultthj 1 dunt beli vo h JSAVOTAHIJ IV 1AUTION This Is noun gentle wordbut whei you think how Illble you ore not toV nirlyorsalIythe largest sale of any medicine in the world since 1383 for the cure andVtreatment of Consumption pnd Throat and Lung troubles wlthuutVlosing its great popularity all theseVyears you will bo thankful wecalledVVOIr attention to Boschoes Gerumu There are so many ordinaryVcough remedies made by druggists and others that arecheup and good for light colds butforseverecougheV if espoc1allyforScult andexpectoration coughingV during and mornings there is nothing like Germ n Syrup The 25 cent size hasJust been intro lduced this year Regular size 75 cents SONS At JOHN TKIMBRQUGLV A YIf 10000 GWENTV THE LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL TO MAKE A CASH DISTRIBUTION TO StIRVSCRIBERSV frof Louisville Ky inaugurated and i carried to a successful issue the 1 first great estimating contest ever conducted by a newspaper ThisV 1V contest was based on tile PresMeti i tie election of 1892 Vend 14400Vwas distributed toCorrierJourn rendersVIn response to numerous requestsV i the Courier Journal hits decidedtoV Jinaugurate another similar ir4Vb- ased on the total vote cast for all candidates for Governor of KenVucky in the election November 3S1903 Ten thousand dollars in gold silver or greenbacks will beV given away to successful estimaVtore Ther will bo single gift ofV3000 2000 1000 600 300 200 150 100 50 and 30 andVV 1670 gifts of 10 each In additionVV there will be gifts of 500 300VVVVVV and 200 for the best estimates re fceivcd before August 1 befoneVVSeptember 1noel before October 1 Theplject of this profitethnn liberality oh the part of the CV cr fournal 19 to secure new suf VVbersfpr the Daily and tfVV CpurierJournal Every subscribing for the Weekly one year EeVVdollar with the subscription ieVVVtitled to twp guesses or estimates JJyery person subscribing for tlraVVDaily CburicrJournal rOI1OLVVV CO cents is taore gUBMJiftBo year VV9VU00Vtv1v- oVVRIguasHs cotuirt 111eVV thpI10VVIitItICUIar8VrIn4Vb1UUkSVV VV ftVftVLVV