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Better dog Howard for information ttt her S D TnoMfsoK t Fa4eand Coles AirTight Heaters 7 4I BVRONS UAUUWAKC Lookout forwinter nnd got your la4thardware is full or them mut be e sold prices lower than everte i5e NoxicErBcceipts must come out dIqi of tuy horso book with my signature cI ntttiched before account can be settled Du G W CoNNERvi ifl The prioo of Kagland oil has in k creased from 64 to 66 cents pr I arrel This is the second increase fn the price of this oil sinceOctlat i All the uptodate heaters both r wood nd ca11on hands read3ui t inpectIon1 prices the lowest r Bnow Bizn8 1 The work of finishing the Court p 7 IICUBC tower is Junking progress hut the slate for tho ruof und the jb clock h dneither arrived Tuesday f tDr Ben L Bruner who was untooced to speak here Monday IIc tlitf Vcreat of the U publican tick xtfaiiedtocomr cause nOt burned S r The weather turned very cold ai l an Thursday alter the rain From 71 Saturday unlil Tuesday tirEs andw i1 overcoats were necessary for corn f fJlt l Pvf1lti stove pipe tunj Jiods shovels pjikers lurft I C tlfrl rt1eK LL nAT ffit iV The little bluewniirtluckB or teal J wore on the creeks ip large num f bers last Thursday and Friday A paIftj4JudgH+ R DysardotGraysona fr Snightt afternoon in the ReM f publican ticket j Last ndaymorniug there was SoekAf blackbirds containing Jtt several thousand alung the Bit Sterling pike on Goo G and J L JY Carroll Hamiltons farmmot riuparties Baking bids for mail t JBractB can obtain blanks and t eurity at reasonable premium ser 1fI fijapply1nglof American Surety Ciompany JAi L A letter from Guy ilL Bailiff tlfD Vtates that boJlnow owllOY on L ranch near Great Faif Montnna J 1aadthat be will pro b ygoto o Canada in a short time to work Sa4 it aS4ti i1urket At Chicago being 575wi th t 1r the bulk oUtho sllesut515 to Jt u 65 At Cincinnati the top was if 4 r 1J5 7 AiJr fLeo Gpodpatter EO Johnnj ifi 8 years fell ofu c4 7 laleilahout jJ 4one week and 1 ed unconscious for twoVasJdert j i liae recovered entirely 70I Jtj Dr GeoWCcuincr an4 II t ii Daweon were in mncinnat last F n aIi UV lIe oltftt his dont1 plc- ej b aBd will have one of the best equip 4 pd emcee in tbe tRleIf DCICSis0Ift r Mill Creek last Thursday kUleI f fi twenty two wild ducks in t four hours This breaks the r i i it8 eerd of the number of ducks cv killed ill thts county by one manJ J4t ir uron MADDUO A do ig fj lN It witigattke raouth went into i z I yard wfeerethe children 1tut week and f i tP 1qt jjbesi very much The 11 o It le the house and under a i1rf J UfrVaslent for andn t5 r o rt killedthe dog r papHr I rKfi wayii every direction hdw i9 aBLblp is patohing ilL i There la a light suspicion Iliat I r tJ 3iobWhite being made a target 0rrr oo Bythetiiae le JI out Snv 15th tt1ier8 tnpt be raany t r uxpLWhe tljey JfHttto tnkd to thObhlf s y Itt tj a r 1t- H MiT i r ti4 h y t rr i cf if rPERSONALwas Jit Ster ling Tuesday Rev J Jf Fuqua was in Jit Ster ling Thursday Jessie Turney of Purl was in wn several days lust week l eton Butts has gone to Coving ton where ho Iu8 u position Dr H J Dally was in Carlisle from Saturday until Monday Miss KHtfo Lane of St pston wa8 the guest of Miss Ellon liotts Mon day niMondnyIt D Brother was In Louisville last week buying goods for Brother Brother S Mrs A W Wnldon has returned fr 1TLexlrgton Ju thdgetown Monday IaMiss Bertha Palinerof near Bethel Illirbrotherr fleintown and bnnvillo Illinois Miss Ella Ratliff after a visit to Miss Ellen Botts roturned to hem home at Sharpsburjj Saturday immirrMiilersburg wore guests of his fath er Hon A W Bascom Monday Mrs James M Boss and little laughter Julia Gardner went to Mt Sterling Monday to visit relatives Mrs Lullo Herron lId Miss Snub uc yoadaySu opndayMrs Times J Ioters1returning Mon cayMrs Daniel Goodan and son Bu rd A of Stoops came Sunday af riiaot to visit Mrs Susan Goodan ne esarr4o Nufsviliug n course in photo rnlh l4ttb ew tO opening ii gallery hero Mrs Melissa Gault and daughter Mrs Dora Cook after a visit ot sev eral weeks to relative in town andtoc foJudgeterson Joshua HwlngTett Byronlyattended the trotting racfcsat ingtou from Friday till Sunday Miss PCS Shaw after a visit to friends in the county has gone ti AVincbester to visit friends before ro grMissti JoveuUl go tnI Louisville for a month beIre returning home Mrs C W HII kur11ldllttloonI Cltt tnoJ James w nt brldu uft r jlthhtrjeer Montgomery lUUlltIMt Sterling visitors liero Monday ore Walter Harper Colonel Gate N w Imeesbittli ScottJimo L McCormnlckVmn Phelps B W Trimble W B o rncIi John Greenwadc The following attended Barnuin Bulleys circus at Lexington last T it triROn henry Miss Lucy Hllnakor- Burrill i Kincatd A Dniiton James K Euunoiis Elder W K Penclluton Horace LanetMoses Fitz hioyleimSroxage engagement f Dr Samuel N hiflothebrs Lee Vanardell is announced the wedding to take place Wednes day tb bUethelDOUGD OUT LIVERY STAIIIE 4 homaJJJones bought out Dow n Conners livery stable and took possession Monday Ho will Consolidate his two stables closing the one on Slate Avenup He will hotat the cattle pens but will improve and use the lot FOUND DEAD JNBDMrs Ma tilda Wooten aged about 50 years a widow was found dead in bed Friday morning at her homo near Yale She was a newcomer tberaquire Geo W Razor was nd he summoned nn inquest jury which decided that deceased came to her death from heart faIlutvHoKSEMASBAitET Mr Oscarl Horseniftti und Miss Maude Bailey eloped Saturday to Ironton Ohio and were married The bride ili the pretty daughter of Mr and Mrs Marsh Bailey She is very youhg having attended echool hero the past spring and is now teaching the Washington Branch schoolThe bridegroom ila60n of Edgar Horseman All putties live a few miles north of town in the Beech Woods neighborhood run Ocx LOOK wishes the happy couple a liung 2nnnpn Dzn1oATzosT1 1ew Christian Chureh at HOB lJ will be dedicated Sunday OctI 3ThereThe building is 30 by 50 feet ondI will hold some hundreds of people Heretofore the congregationhA8- beenwofsbipPulg at iledrirks sohonlhouse but now has n built ing much more suitable Caunca BAZAE The Ladies i Aid Society of tho Christian 1dOorswill time will bo published JltorThla promises to be a recordbreaker in the affairs of this society Admit inwm be free Iie hoped 2nd confidently expcctedthat fiv h HI1 tired people will be pre ear i L5o i it J r 1 iJ At COSTI can save 3roti big money on your Outing Cloth Flannellette Ladies and Childrens Union Un derwear CASH Mrs D S Estill GOING WEST The emigration tdV e Western and other States from aith county seems larger than usu this rear The following will le ave soon fRichard Anderson o f White Oak Tippeoanoo City Ohio Geo M Wood1trll and fam y for Missouri Russian Calvert for some point in the West Ova Jou PmsTisa With a press and uptodate typo of thc ost tasteful design TUK OUTL0Ot is now turning out the best job work that can bo printed from types Come and see our samples ca nt 13nhere ae in any big city Bring us ur orders for business station note and letter heads envel en typewriter paper wedding vitatipits programmes calling rds and every sort of printing Our material is of tho best CIRCUIT COURT After the light t docket in many years Circuit Court adjourned Friday afternoon ot II criminal case was tried here being only two on the docket and they being postponed The mete onto case also was postponed The grand jury reported soon indictments np follows six r currying concealed weapons d one cuehfor assault wIth dead weapon attempted robbery dis turbing religious worship shooting onapublic highway pointing pistol ga riningsulting language poisoning water and larceny hnutchreuking- Th io was the last Court of Judge hn E Coopers term mind the lieu opted resolutions in niplimnt to him 1ir j if re pub lifched elscffhero ttiis me nJsoLUTidNS Joons COOVRRS RETIUEMENT mceiing 05 tin ml1mhersoflheUath County Bar held at th CourthotisttjuOwings ville 1II time 6th iHiyrof Octo r IDOI rIHlIulttec Imv SigutiOns expressive of our uppro ciution of the services of thu lion wlnliii E Cooper Judgo of the Hath Circuit Court on his retirement om office respectfully submit tho lbowing resolutions That in the nineteen years past in which Judge Cooper has pro sided over this Court wo have found impartial Judge at al times ox nding to all litigants fair and impHrtial trials and wo commend m for the just and man feinit and majesty of the law in nil criminal proceedings which came efore him at the same time met g out to the criminal exact jusbtico and in his retirement as of this Court we extend to him our Unanimous thanks for the courtesy which he has extended to the mom bers of this Bar und as a further token of our respect we ask that is resolntirin be spread on the prlnttldIn bJNoREUBEN GUDOELL Committee This resolution was unanimously D S TRUMBO Chairman COURT DAY Monday morning chilly but it warmed up toward tho middle of the day Thor was a fairly large crowd here and business was brisk with the dr Iwgoods merchants Other lines report a fair to good tradeIThere were about a aZthe market nearly nil selling at prices about the same as have boon p b rrought2ycnrold steers 3 to 3Jc A considerable umbor of mules were sold at good prices yearlinga3io to Robert Catlett a cow to Nick Diniitt at 240 Wra Sned gar Eold n 785lb yearling steer to Robert Catlott at c Peed fc Lnthrnm sold fourteen yearling tees to Henry Hopkins at 3c and nineteen stock ewes of JohiDICkon uhd twenty seven of Jo liVhaiey ut 250 per frfind James W 1Jor8einpirsold six steers A 1rSaUnderc6 WEMra09ionesSOJJforl5 8m r of forIIl50RhaTd I e r II C Turner rJ for O- fmRat1lff JumesIleshng orSIOO 190 jo e 3 i IY P S C E CONVENTION The Y P S C E of this the 4th dis trictwill holdJLhoir convention at Carlisle Nicholas Co Nov G 7 8th Elder W K Pendleton is on nightJof time exercise Saturday afternoon Tho Junior Society of Christian rcorgnnizrwinter work There arc now twen tyfour members Miss Nannie Dawson is Preidentnnd Miss Era Hnvcns Secretary All children in tho town aro cordially and earnest invited to join and work with Society MRSALEX CosNERStipt4th Dis k googeeEditor I have been a constant rnuder of THE OWINGSVlLLE OUT LOOK for years und like it very much It is read nndreread every week with great interest by mo nndI my wife It is the bout paper for t J1n th PYeS uigpringtownWo are having some nice rains hero now Crops are wry gundl etraardirmarylenty Murtkogci Tins spent in the lust year 75000 for the improvoment o t Thhinkprogress in education andcivlliza tion and tho citlUt room very on tluiiiustio arid eergtic So with lnvcVto lae fleiir old lollOUTLOOK nnd btsearrpcundnuts i am Re ps tfully yours Jons A jSATrEHFiKril SNnwJ 11U1aEJUdgetMurehuad was here M- loada an impromp yeairsizLhouse in tlicafternoon Actl u rli smatwgnaturesonayoo nind thatet Coriotp rivetitionti Ifmewhich entries close Judge Clark is a Tinmihlinnn Thn nliinf nuinl thfiunimpairedmen with a voice and u vote in thode a thctIon bufshall be our rulors anti lawmakers Hemadl1a 1es 4trictFATAL APFUAY Lute last Satur day afternoon at Beechburgrlem m ing county Howard Clark got into feCdieputetho score in a game jof baso ball that had been played that after noon Clark stabbed Cline itf time reast inflicting dangerous if not wound Clines father ran to assist his son and was struck in the laWaltonClark is a soninlaw of Press Vial ton and Walton is tbp Inttcrdcyoungcst sooeA report to the dailies says A b 1so ball game1 at Beechbtirg Sat t fighihich g diInwardeck CHime became engaged in n fight and Clark drew a knife andItos foushednts and was struck on the held I htm brotherinlaw of 0brainsnever regained consolousnessdYIIIv nt It oclock under arrest but Walton escaped h thtbepTheCline the dead man Wft a liigijij respected 6ltizon and eat deal tno kil hat Ilagn mind c charge ofwithcr Mondayuulzp II ly ef Ollie vi rIettU Y that ftrOtuO today i ru slng SCUn1 IlCI thln hq lhcIIitOI P En l fee I i 1 thc i J I uHI Kig j i RACKET STORE Ve have a nice line of Fall and Winter goods and at prices that will please your pocketbook Call and see the bargains we can give you One price to all and that always the lowest Blankets pr 175 150 100 49c Gloves Ladies Golf pr 35 25c Ladius Mitten pr 15 lOc Mens Glovce pr 90 50 40 20c 100 White hood Toilet Pins 5c 8 Darning Needles lc Face reiling Black yd15eLds Dress Skts 4322514S98c Ladies Night Robes 115 GO 49c Mens and Boys Sweaters 454025c Husking Pegs 15 83c E I m000 DOZEN MRS CLuEs DEATH Mrs Pop Cline agedabout 80 year dow of John Cline died of old e at Johnsons Station Saturday d was buried at Bethel Sunday Sho jvas the widow of John Cline anll1ns herself a Cline before mnrriuc She was a sister of Mrs Martha Saelling widow of Frank Snelling Mrs Cline was making her home with her sonlomas Her other children frs have the sympathy of many 3iuls in their loss KB i SnttTU DAKOTA Columbia u Oct 4th ID03ilrEdilor is country is going through it ngee are having nore rain ars g I Jry was caunidtIIred a uVyptnin Yehui our first nw ScjH 13th followd up bjevary hbavy frosts after that e week of dry weather last ght rain and snow We have ten rcshing rigs in tho vicinity of lumbia Shock threshing iso er stack threshing is tIme order tho day but is progressing very slowly oiraccount of so much wet wenthoK and if it continues so ere will bo wheat to throsh next p ring There are two elevators ro each takes in from three toe thousand bushels of grain a y 1urn working in one of em so I have a chance to know o 1 Northern wheat is 61c per N6 2 Glo No353c barley from 33o to 38c flax s ed81c oats 32c bran 13 per ton shorts 4 butter 18c per lbeggs 15c doz live poultry Gc per lb hugs 50 per hundred potatoes 35s per bushel I will leave hero with my mother about November 15th Wq will stop at Lees Summit Mo for a w days to visit friends and rela C R BAILET Savoyards Lettor Continued from fourth page bcl was murdered That and noth g more It was a dastard deeds it saved tho bacon of tho Ken icky Democracy It got the Go 1 norslmip for Beckham Itgot the electoral vote of tho State tor Bryan It got the Scnatorship for MdCreary It got seats in Con grcss for John Rhea Davo Smith wager Sherley George Gilbart South Trimble and some others It d nil that damage anti God that is enough evil for ono murder to do Whore is the thing stop Is the machine to rule rever because Goehmetwas shot rota ambush and is now tho most effective ally the Democratic party as got Henry Youtsey ia the ost valuable asset the great party f other days lias got The machine has abolished con because the stealing in them cannot be concealed They ave ordered primaries because ey can foraordaJn tho result Qfn rimary They 8ay hoRliall have t jolknnp y will TIme vvlll show SCcA ouT3 ANTEOTuE- t to have It con c0 ot the follow j atd to sending in It ms so we fH drol them unless hoyto bet iI L2 Filo Silk fkein 4L Shetland Floss lb75eMens Winter Suits 6 450 3 275 Lintern Globes 5c Rifles 3 250 2 GASH PAID FOR EGGS IV r VT BROTHER PATJERSOK generllih llrsJI1IJi twentyr c9untyby rrSATOTARD ot10tijke Sherburnelat realJtopostcorpondents 80c4lrong 8cRazorlOcLoading HEFLIN Owingsville Kentucky ANTED beforeinwnOwinfesville iff1ceflOallnoThelt 0 d boydawdlingtIe inevitable dime noyel too I publishedposed to run may rend perhaps Dr Shnrpis quitQ wealthyisnt ho Did ho inako till his monsv fromhlsprllctlco1tNot all of it verylargemoneyrom Why is it doctor she asked I that so many men are having nerIOIlS prostration nowadays ItIlidnt used to lie so IINo Tho doctor in theiroarso f unassuming way used to ullagood deal of it delirium trcraons Chioago RecordHeraldI Fmid4yEvery man line a duty i performtemenlylseman had to perform all his own duo tics Im afraid ho wouldnt have- much time to point out time duties f others Smith May I make a confidant of ou1t SSrnitbWetlwant 1O- 1tJonesYou can trust me I nra a psnothfngLifo 6exclaimedwho had finally screwed up sum cieht courage to turn out tho gas You neednt havo done thatco gcalmlynecessary for tho development of this negativo PhiladelphiaPress at ENGRAVING i am now prepared to do any kind of Engraving having bought a 100 engraving machine flavo your spoons knives napkin rings Apearl waist sets watches etc all done in the latest style and at reasonable prices ss o ZTUGEI1 J JEWELER- OWINGSVILLE KY in 0ltO RAILWAY a atDall3otcoltTrains iamid 23 carry Dining car 5ervmnitMeals nIncarte riMEOAKD EFFECTIVE JULY 27 1903 TuuO haiNolt tlMnm- No2 1io ptNo2k 1OOS pz- wsvnocxD is No St045mm n is 544pmronfft3pm LexingtonCtncInnaU dKnutern Cities MILLIONAIRESPOOR STOM ACII efedpie 11 I ff snftonrlnn t tonitaireswith bad stomachs The proportionIii fur greuter among the toilets flys Pamonlthesofar TaireUreaimsuguathousehold remedy for all Kttmaeh ytiiAugust Blogvitalized the entire Systentanel mnnkr whutyqurPKIMBROUGrGreen WooUbbry N Jqiisi II 1ttfII i frWhy buy n shoddy socnllml handmade or mnchlne n ado r Saddle or Harness wheii you unit get strictly flrstclass goods made right hero at home and made out of the best oaktanned I + leather and by men that only make firstclass work Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLE tf1 jti IJIfalways uso thorn rimwe the best line of saddlery goods In thIs 4rpart of the State t4t11 Yours for best saddles and harness A t EUGENE MIT IHANr OTVINGSVILLE KY SAM c t r cTDRUCCISTFINE WHISKIES WINES IOBHGGO CIGARS a 2fif BUY L4FOR J f ii MADE IN LOUISVILLE KYM TL S Jl W tWITH j itbestwearingFor sale by J Oscar Chandler 1PricesToSuitTimes lace Erdai4 p d49oc F 8c lawns for Sc J No2 satin ribbon per yd 2C i5c laces for extra 4C t11e stFjF 3oc dresser scarfs for 22C Ur 1 220Hens150 225adies150 5oc Mens linen coats and vest25C tx 1CASHr I0scar ii m PUBLIC SALEi1 SHORTHORN CflTTtE OCT 2903date i IIIboutHEAD OF SHORT HIGHBnRDI Consisting of WililEycs Waterloos Airdrlea Duchess Kirk Livingstons There will bo among the lot ws hetferd and young bulls all In- odahape Oct3t 1903 10 m at same stable 25 HEAD OF HORSES TrottlncBrcd and Saddle AmaI some nlcayoung jacks or old and several jennetH sale in foal Two Frazier road carts Terms cash or5 months with por cent interest Send for catalogue JOSH BARTON Oynthiann Ky W LY PuCK Auct Our Repair ShopD- o you know hat we have one among tho beet repair departments Eastern Ken tuckyequipped vith uptodate tools and machinery and stock of material and repairs that city shop need not bo ashamed A pretty broach assertion lot is fact nevertheless Eleven Years atthe Bench s taught us the whys am herefores necessary to handle it successfully That it is success shown by tho constant stream ot watches clocks jeweletcihlt daily brought to us for repair ppciultybutsmall and delicate repairing Our motto 1- 9uVeU do it right or not at all Do you know where eight watch out of every ion lire ruined It by BOKIJLFO fnljed rppalrer You jftllfwatch nnd lireak itiCproperly repaired its itS gnnd 1Iythalitsinner who will da it more injury mnn the frill when you get it buick hey either dont know how are not prepared for it or dont cure We strictly firstclass work ASC0M TUEGELL JEWELER Ky SUB5CRlBENOV rf s 4 S Owingsville Kentucky ty l II t v l ufineu u u u Kangaroo guaranteed11 u U U r THURSDAY I A1- oaturday n 2 8 0 J a a guarantee Ovvingsviile t t 1 One door above stiffice r rIOLD HICKORY Whisfci Ken tuckys best Good in sirknecs grind In wellnesR good nt nil tiroes Sold by SP Atchison 1 THOS J JONES jkLivery Feed Sale Stable OWINCSVILLE KY mulebuyerswith Preston Station W S GUBGELL ATTYATLAW Oficowlth R Outsell SrSoiJ Court tn QWIKaaVJHJE3KY r 1 I f 10000 GIVEN 1OURNAL t DISTRIlltl ION TO SUB SCRIBERS 1 4Lt1 0 7JIn 18912 the CourierJournalu i of Lot isvillej Ky innuuguruitedamml carried to a successful issue tho first great estimating vontesi lvcfjiCohductecT by u newnpaper This contest was bused on the Presideiii tinl election qf 892and14j 00 was distributed to tTourierJournalj renders f fIn roFponse tq niircerous requestet4cf ithe CoiirierJjurnal liaR deciilfd tr J inausurate another einiiltrrconUct based on the total vote east for 1111 candidates for Governor of ICcii tucky in the election November 3 i JJgoldgiven nway to successful cpiinia Pifl1tore rp1I1 be single ift9 if3000 2000 100050030020Q150 100 50 and30 mui 1670 gifts of 10 each In addition there will be gifts of 500 300 anti 200 for the best estimates re 4ceived before August 1 before Septemlior and before October jfTime object of ihis IlrIl tlharlog s liberality on Iho part of Ihe Couri erfournal is to secure new subpcri- 1 tJ tv fur time Daily Wkly f + Courier Journnl Every p rsiia subscribing for the Weekly N riur Journal one year sending rime dollar with the IlIrJ8crlptlon is cn titled to two guesses or eetrmate8 Every person siilhscrTblng for the 4 o Daily Courier Jjoutnal for oiio month 60 centers ifticLn e I guess t one year f000rtwelye J ZUtSSvK 1Jrul clInt thesutrIt t s new suili lbitI Vrittj44qlnrtIrI Inllr Couwnny lod rtknhar tLbii trb jc i ri l t P 4 t 1 S 4 i n t tA1 JC4 t i1 r J 1liI1 XL r 3 10 1J H l t 1iL OOK I i 5lUhcr I f 1 TUCKT l hL h l tIXit 4M PHYLLIS ISLEcutFi4 wSt a i Yellow beauty of the sand Evert new tldii nds It streamingUp the tdgu of my tj And 1 welcome It aa hounded icaItII balltI I remember ivher the thunder i Xj Of the surges rolls afar rV Where you lee yon circling wonder barRoseWith Its fretted miles of coast A VhlaperlnK corta and breezy highlands ft Chanting what my soul loved most M 1 allowtAnd tho woodland Inmost alley XentSt1 Tntll Phyllis made It mlle onli Itime Named It Phyllis and the amberAmi3bj ghlnlns waters evermore t A clamberUpi a 4 careenlncOn0 leaningSighed I But tho Deathking rode dividing His black squadrons for assault And the clangor of their riding t 0 vaultAndi iboreTillI Awl thes no more remaininginl lava the ruisslonate complaining t Of the wave anti of the wind yr yearningFrom 34 returningBringsJames Herbert Morse In the Atlantic H l C t 1 A Daughter tt ofthe Sioux cIf By SIR CIAIUS KW 4 Oovjrltkt UM by Ib Betart Cemfuy F 01 irn r ft Tji njayi commanding looked up 3 from the morning report and sur aomeonot annoy nII in this grim gray eyes For the fourth time that week had Lieuten I f ant FLeW requested permission to be CbtI absent for seernl hours The major kev just why the junior wished to rF1 rot where The major knew just whop4heldeIthe real reason when ithaI t certain awkward hesitancy he he I omeeLt rent t j5t 1t will be sir In abundant time t replyYou It back o torrectlon last month1azarc1edthe t f rommituderalli And you know sir the error was C rj not mine was the instant rejoinder t 10 quick sharp and positive as to carry it at a bound to the verge of 1 F disrespect and the keen blue eyer of the young soldier gazed frank In ri end fearless into the heaTIIam i 1lbr bushed grayeyes of the veteran In the chair Itmnde the latter wince uneasilyJf t hate Field mt It is to have my papers sent back by baecppa expect my adjutant to see to it that t sboJurwilling to beta nuLntb pa er err01ll und in the fi2M r SA ra anc tbun a post 0 6t tnt of the PhIHIr ouallmuc h W ben t 2fere in Omhavoin eptS1kA Field said was true r ana the young major cy l knew it Ue lfB w moreover there t wntta more painstaking post adwhojutact from the Missouri to the1 nuisirI as regulations wounAcatoPJ ind he knew he thought all the world daJusthim he was beginning to feel that it herwas high time to put a stop to some hadpa woman was the be Vmatter iftHl he hadnft the moral ride at courage to go at it the straight for Adjucopbonyftngersat if 1 let my adjutant out so much tuna I I whats to preveiit other youngsters farVcrac4 p whipand1 j W8Itr z i t a i t nilfewert firInI 3 leital15 l started up from his chair an out spread newspaper stilt fullbtretched 4 between him and the desk of the commander and thus hidden asto and 5 thltlellrtSt sheVThesfathicsuperior officer tone commanders wopld have raged were 1faMsent the daring yoiingster right troo 1 Anijlnt4f that tile faiscinntlong of pool pitch Thezgalabouts i post traders knew moreover that Mr while ihe adjutant inever wasted a moment over cards or billiards he the poet commander hadBiany a time 5 IncIsi c parTherI iewhole system said every soldier at Mr Fort rraync He lied a capital sac To- terdalJavolullteeracloncl and ther later brigade commander in the tioJhI1irejftHii1tduYtltJebelrJ8d that olprz l rank in tke regulars v Ho bac aiRMtthat rarmaTJJi a bachelor field before whoaiowa Jf feminine wi Jtery old do ma ttt iHewAs truthful eaerouhlghcln slndedlbavaamrwhoreteleM tTnlos l be s lu lug A 1 f It jJir c I tlfo tjlf IJ t1 t i t j 4Ij r I Ij fJ 1t J I taAa Ji I j ir fiJ c t 1 r r r t 5o0 iO St rather than above them io rule rntherthnnHe was gejjtlo and courteous aliketo ghheglobe and flayoverwlmc1nInglylmouglmtft1 in hit dealings with of the garrison for sisterhoollhe co could uponsnailcroquethall tnngledthntchthe lace of every roan on the I1 hnlfbreellhntQt him Billy Rny captain of the rcl troop and the best light ruler ing was the only man he nugh fibrcduckv but bad hands or g there wasnt a riding woman ne who hadnt backed I the Chimajord though his favorite comrades at b and whoBillywhose Uns he worshipped the especially WtstIjotoungftll laidIui R anti other growlers began to Itpoilell111mnillit gnrriaryyoung cock of the walk too ilanIilInllellcnlcnt fur a second hleutenu said the officers club element of command men like Oregg Will IflllowingThpregim were whiteamongnever a cloud had sailed across serene of their estee Iiinesmof 18 when Nanette Flower a un liant beautiful brunette came a tor to old Fort FraynehmeAn- majo plainrreqllesttoand t quest Ogahimeant anothcrlongest they vlimttallduties with on nching heart There was no woman at Fort Frayne who did thou tidightField There paren mnertlyField She hiIniselfstylea veter uponatteers stionduringmeek younrafter by a everymost dnJsrorce was scattered in small detachments be and o llywomen dweltintroopiAtthe far east while her father en joyed a two years tour on recruiting service and there under tIle care ofit noble woman who taught her jjirHrto Se women indeed not vapid ieaof pleasure and fashion Es a theirrsr gIAhernsuw picture of girlish health girlikJ c take and leoolt roeiid speakimpIeJeln agrometryand trig quite as ell isniid history geography andallmar far better thanmost of the g1Vest Pointers a girl who a onlydrenva girl who performed fnlrlmon piano antI guitar but her extilt amityingc that brought delight to her agein hlkcdser wlio so devotedly loved and thisully planned for her Within a h from her graduation at thidarliugi ii prrviown finlofben prompt to call prompt to her escort when dance or drive or picnic was planned In her honor especially the ride for Mr tant Field loved tbe saddlethem prairie or the bold undulating uous s But Field was the busiest roile at the post Other youngsters troop or company subalterns had more tlntgnt their disposal and ed for rides and dances strolls sports which the post adjutant generally fur too busy to claim was Esther who brought lawn ten to Frayne and found eager pupils both sexes but Field had been the to meet and welcome her had for n brief time at the start most constant cavalier Then as rs began to feel the charm of tier frank cordial joyous manner and thatbenmedwinsome yet not beautiful face became assiduous in turntwo them almost distressingly soand bJrelUfilulsThener sat OR a member of a court martial nt old Fort Laramie where the band headquarters and four CaptainMrsoned begged that Mrs Dade and themdJldng FROM armygaUiesands andas luck would have it Field was ordered thither as a would witness in tVO important cases The his glastngePyranight 8weIyhimhimselfand when his final testimony WRY histionthejoyk unknovlrir and met at Fray e a Esther lades return a girl andking3v fr rnItoc1c sprlnglJon the doorJflcStfd In the comfortable car to e QtLlig V9Hr d rt wL s ff 11 I liiIt it fr i 2 tJ 0I r jk womnn J 4Ai he week oi jet I er was the t t1A Incas the tat at Fort Fraynvv atirjTTauOr had prospcnil in years on the frontier first nr trader among the Sioux later as sut nhulisheethe e clogthe huwuetappar wholeIedfnmllylttnient fallIlewnllorwhescrof the oflicers wi en side inodbinsonsnathieyennoluckless little huntit g p down by Inrainie leak Itnsnursed Capt Forrests uife and 01mown inc thentWill up comhei6ngEnsttrlid1hntnsHuman Catholic faith It was shin who went nt once to every womaj in stmi whose husbWid was oril n scout or campaign olTe and comfort despite the f let theheoldImore among rhnthei men were few mimi far etv Suonethedwas eommmdcrI 01Ihad the sign language of timehas s veritably at her fingers e adsnig e were not lacking those who de dare d thut Indian blood fran in her tOeim that her mother was anSat secuilastoryto entstelsvarthiycolor lint long years before Hill Hay had taken her east where he ti shemideti under excellent masters re to him summer after Hum with more and more of refine in manner lint so much of and fashion in dress that her annual advent had come to be looked ns iuite the event of the sea even women of the social thaofrecognized leaders among the g matrons of the th cart ilrvtow by gentle Mrs lade to whom to one looked up in respect al in reverence Despite the uysE8 levy about her antecedents there was every datreasonhelil in esteem and affection Bin himself was 1 diamond in thmi square steady uncompromis ing generous and hospitable his great pride and glory was his wife bione great sorrow that their onl ho child had died almost ra Infancy Illsin solecisms in syntax and society ireneter profnnilWas away to draw poker but officer and men alike proclaimed him far man of mettle and never hesitated cit o to him when in financial s sure of unusurioiiK aid Hut even thehaulpopularity of his better half would therewasof her except in terms of gen respect Mrs Hay was truth tellin g sympathetic a peacemaker re edsotuittscandal of ever1 kind n woman who minded her own business and was 40 mildly insistent that others oc d do likewise She declined all ures leading to confidences of past mind demanded recognition wi upon the standard of the pres which was unimpeachable All the same it come something JornJnethatbeautiful autumn of 168 nearly usunltimtbrilliant and beautiful girl of m iio one of their number had of ously heard and whom she ing ngly confidently presented as has niece Miss Flower CHAPTER IIi The toingpred on Mr lag TIlE RFAR Into KIS QUARTERS GALLERYrEnD Cntr WATCHED THE PAIRRand from the rear gallery of quarters witlr his field Rsing the Platte far up beyond the mid limutte vagTrrcttmirc between file set teeth That es the thhd time shes headed there this week and with nge annoyance at heart he turned to seek comfort in council with stanch henchman Capt May cahi n the orderly camo boundirpatch ment steps with a at ch the major opened read turned shade grayer and whistled low McMydetierstep mud soy I should fee glad Me tMJnberent once Imfn Fo tcominutd J J LJ 1 V 1 A D1zAsTffuTrWcUODr Damage to JropertjVin Paterson N J Will Exceed 2000000 Jrorthe Valley On ThereRiverdated theItthe rate of an Inch an hour above the s and at double that rato I m tho apprehension of In rreat disaster to the city from the flood has almost disappeared the streettoholds time water above the falls can con tinue to withstand the strain prouspor s hill standing between the rlvor in above the falls and the lower Intohegorge B elow the falls a large part of city situated In the valley on InundatedIewereonin m6jmlmum It will be impossible to closely esti subsidesIC ofleIcounty to replace those 500000Ilgare on stantial concrete They arc completely covered by water Only threeIra tal vileitiesFive persons were rescued from a floating house In the Delaware river loo dresskersOcean City Mil Oct 12rhls city wa nig railrohthigh tides the greater part of the been submerged since Thu ht and many of tho residents sought shelter on higher ground addition to ballurdaytion of the front of Congress allhrnrt a leading hotel about 100 feet In ex tent was torn away Sunday The Ire ocean front of the Windsor ho collapsed A large number of cot tages were also either washed from their foundations or destroyedSlurlingtonN J town Is suffering from the worst flooilSalein its history approximately firths of the lace being under water cat used by tiu trcmend us flood nthLeDelaware river The highest po the town is only three feet above thetsflood in some of the streets and the river is still rising It Is dAfter t the situation will become oreed serious The southern section of thewith crowntendsixIs also exhibSLper cent of the houses are unlared Passaic N J Oct 12TirentElls in this city alone are under wa ter plo Aymnentleft their homes hu crowuses callThurfromfee effectand 23 frame houses have sorrt floating down the Passaic river as can be estimated the loss of lite y property real estate anla ings Is 2000000 kchAN AERONAUT KILLED ifi i9 Fell From a Parachute When V 40 Feet of the Groundurt eahtanciltlcSundayfalling from a parachute when drnkcurredHenney 17 riding on a street car Letnessstruck an iron post She was killedCll PEAT IS BURNING Nine theNearBudapest Oct 2Nlne thousand acres of moorland In the neighborhood Ested is on fire The peat is burnRuss to some depth and Intense heat f loosened the ground causing n vas general subsidence of the village of Boervely Several houses havo col lapsed arid four persons have been killed Trpops have been sent to try extinguish the fire JaeBlsnaarckCoPosenelmemorialarres LlPrIncessRantzau Baron von fthclnbabcn Bar von Hammersteinlug BigMadridstratlon of 20000 workmen took place thisrdemonstrators and the clericals with andedMexican Worlds Fair Commission Lapresidentcommission is here In company with hasdepartmentNuncio will remain here a month In BurglarTrenton Henry Brown a retired hotel keeper and a chatakennor workwhoseveanceichard Henry SavagtVb01res et Wenl7Sangbhospital SU40 31i result or Injuries I flraicnrua on n this city rn C tilnylowatab OVI Uonhissavings bank has be- rged 1 with larceny YtajInd fault of bath E idor Dlng police Stopped the PrlzeFlgh ew York Oct 12Pollc Cf- r with a large nuni r utd 1nendonhal1 ed part who are chlge9 etth An cho 9ft D i1 t U t C Cl f rir1 r 11 11 Q Q1WiQ IIO t t J iO l O Q jf O iJ Q IMG GAME IN BRACKEN COUNTY Is More Than trie Usual Amount This Season Bro spor Letsinxtous eye at the friendly quail r theelowIsrtherof shu wlntlowssoleonly a That yearstIere hillsuntilant s onekirmishieyon were firstdrysuccessful raising or nil the youn These suitable conditions for a larec rabbitsthemere sportawaitsated IIrcweresome our bcst sports carry a few tails to tell OnethewoodlD02no little hope Is entertained that the win blmDlltRACE WAR THREATENED A Negro In Cold Blood Killed a White Boy sevePaducahIng of a white boy by a Negro at Ke daybranchprecipitate a race war Crockett Chll an lSycaroId whte boy stepped e platform with another yot man when a crowd of about 25 Negro ad hands ran them away The oes had already driven a number j offdayonaanAntookThe other boy was not hi frportsorganize a white mob to run down tlu IeI WhotallywereHANKLIN tiersofCtTotalcaxingtonKyto the trots Shonklln memorial day were sold Thursday night for 12500 the auction 1500 more was add making a total of 4000 to begin iiriatdtIme trots Saturday Every hal ness champion In the country will be ited then in addition to the regu program anti special music The gate receipts will be given to the late W Shankllns family Col W C Brccklnrldge spoke at the auction sephuction tracdibesur1oaityFattemtded the auction meetofClay the Sage oC Whitehall Tho ramlJrhi1 lay Or presented ol1imIe sailor to RUi1sb r vet In = rope Typtioid Fever 7n Letche County nting county ro 100 ver Cadevel dall bratalof ntIn0fdie ing water Preached to Horsemen xIngton Ky Oct 12Rev O J cei of the Christian church pro d a hay wagon Sunday night and ofncdrove retutheHis Mind Became Unbalanced tat Lebanon Ky Oct 12J Redmond t Nheadjudged of unsound mind and fcrhasrnarbecomeThe Charges Were Dismissed Xingtofl Ky Oct 10Il A Mc and J IL Slatten the republican ion officers In this city who were the ted for a violation of the election In reglstraUrnJudge F A Bullock Friday morn They signed the lIstsIDeal in Kentucky Timber Land Llowmailandwhich embraces 20000 acres of coal thaiHePostmaster Moore Resigns ncaster KjC Oct 9lIenra wellknown merchant anti postmaster at Paint Lick this county in willImmediatelythe west dren Jim Will Anderson Acquitted BInged with shooting from ambush hasinrdict of not guilty Anderson on an alibi Is Youth Lost An Arm and Leg plingfreight comVather leg was eu9hed He lived Heraves county Kj1tt1ClW no A Victory Foru e Drs held 1c3 OetThere vtime were by a rnaJorlt 0 0e6Wbenn1CSUlt w tothe9 hymnsg h urr c WII lQuaffe lf- P c tl 9 j II tli i i fff4 t iJls i t 0 KENTUCKY FUTURITY Sadie contesMacchase Won the 4 000 iursesiolu xington Ky Oct 9Sadc Mac Smathers rEcent purchase won 3LhethreeUiI ofisjturstneal lengths in each heat and only at time was her contention for tho n In danger and that was in tho seveneighths of the first mile Ethels Pride kept nose to noso with brok tenipteheats The two mares made the first quarter In 32 seconds Among the 5000 people who saw Sa dio Mac take the first John Esonas a yearling for 1000 Her driver A McDonald sold her to Mr Smath era Tuesday for 20000ATHE CALEB POWERS CASE His Attorneys Filed Their Bill of EX ceptionesafely noys Georgetown Ky Oct 9The aIimyork OneraltheyourtRobbins for the ofafternoon lirderKentucky court of appeals The 0 clay limit the inguntil oppotDecemberappeals adjourns December 18 for the holiday the Powers case will proba ky not he upror decision before the term in January 1901EvewhoMURDER Aged Farmer Found Hanging 1cian Barntankfort Ky Oct 10E P was tfoundn found life had been extinct for ral hours The dead mans hands Yorkevidencejury returned a noncommital vcr and an investigation will be matlcI ef In the neighborhood Is that it se of suicide as Thompson was In health Made An Appropriation of 200 lilcbmond Ky Oct 10Tho Madl son approlonsubscriptions from this county to Kentucnybitresentation at the Worlds fair in St Iotiis next year To Formulate New Turf Rules Lexington Ky Oct 9 Senator Jo Bailey of Texas who Is chairman trotlinotrackulate new turf rules arrived hero Thursday and wil probably call a ting ot the committee Friday Murder hi the Mountains of Kentucky M a lnbKOct 12lit a saloon fight ii the mountains near Teaser C hamle northwest of here William LawYeacc aged 42 fatally stabbed dCaricd butt was arrested later In the hills taken to jails AnniversaryCovIngton one hundred and nInth anniversary ceo ion of limo North Bend Association Baptists is being observed In Mid Creek church at Belleview Boone county The Middle Creek church was organized March 12 1803 with a memo bership of 23IRegistration In Louisville 12Countyk Mthisr2iOc85 LyofMarryNewport anIIrsIon train coming to Cincinnati from Columbus Su layChas Schae AHl Miss Della Redmond of time r city made up their minds to beT fnatithey onlwere11Newportlate William M Cauner who dlel Philadelphia last Friday arrivedmoSunday afternoon widow and five children and ftabllshmentcriMaywohanceager of the local baseball team be signed with the Reds for next season He gave out the statement a representative of Joe Kelly had e overtures to him Struck By An Automobile Lincaster Ky Oct 12Rev James Severance while en route to his homo Newtown In an automobile collided a buggy containing Mrs James on her sister and two small chit All the occupants were injured Will Run For the Office Again owlIng Green Ky OcJ 10Col E Mottley a federal soldier twice de feated for mayor of Bowling Green again announced himself as a can t for that position He will run and a fusion ticket George T IVIlsomicur the democratic nominee for mayor 5lmittee brought suit ning Ledger for alleges thopaper Courtiibclous and malicious article McGauheylBeflM the LouisvUlKy JOct 9In an effort orco hIshwifAr 0 him John mumal I- nItMrs nail dares tfi a fata7 tabbS r S5 S WERE EVEN Although hr Stan nuhiuton lime Judgc Jobo H Eldridge a well known weef en New York attorney recently bad occasion to argue in one ticfIt ha appenedjustice belonged to different political par tiff had een oipoed to each other in evers te stud were far from beiiif on he best expret1usdfcored the tint point says the New York Herald In n field near the court room a donkey Inas feeding Just a Mr KMridge vas intime midst of hi plea fomctbing disturbedlie and it broke unIt with a resonantbray lust a minute Mr Kldriilgc jumt a min tmite saul time justice blandly cannot hear two at once Time attorney was but lie taid nothin g atid waited iii luirimit caine whe a tie was explaining point of law ry bray of the donkey tEfounded through the court room El dridite hand at hit car Vould you minduupeatuuig that your honor he taut tones There was such an echo that I could not under stand Ierhap the attorney was Riiilty of eon ill court Reneral opinion in urt room seemed to that honors were about even REASSURINGt sicccd lo lie In the Samr Fix ller elf and Coutil Therefore SrnipntWteS middleaged man and his wife decided 0ftake a to Vafhington and as it was the beginning of the fcacn they both invested some new clothes for journey Their grownup children made fun of their new rance but it was not until they were tettlrd in their seats and opened their bags that they discovered the juke that had played upon them relate the Xew Islsneeded the tiny grains were scattered dOfon every one a face end the mother crelf getting redder than he had ever been in her life before and wasmadc no more comfortable when a fat Jennan woman te leaned over and aid quite audibly n now vommaahuttame fix myfelf i A DoclnrH Hcliirt ry doctor knows the man and woman cultivate the habit of accosting hum st verat ajons ItmiemI hear rish i an excellent brain food hodyou think Excellent eae was the reply but fin your aOumlookMa makuhinks you t He ii in reduced circumstance New Sun George Sand Vanity Is the reaso na a I p c fam 1 Menneit Hint tThe meanest mm in Illinois lire at Ceri tr aIls He put a Urge porcelain egg in the 4gaabohtdafterwardlaiweteindreacdittze he a goofe egg in the seat the aforeraidhen laid an just as JargeSHe was to with the cneme that he e iput a whitewashed football in the aett and a waited retulta hen he went the next me to tearch for eggs he found one as a football hut no hen in tight Securing SCs e lie taw engraved o it by the hmm photography these words Im no ut have mr bet Ijite be found the hen inside of time egg Leaf River Mirror still Another Case Frank ville lis Oct 12tb Manj re markable cures hare bees reported from all over the countrybut there right here in which U certainly worth pub lishing and which liaj not a yet been given to the public Mr Loui Markison of thi place bad been a sick woman for qirte a long time and couldSnot luau anything to give help Shi iiillcred the painfulsymptoms of htgenerally as female e uifwoman wlfo reads her story wjll innit C stand c CneMrst1arkion chanced day tt mer SSof a new remedy called Doilda idney liethat was saiti to be a splendid medicine iui nronienV wcakne determined to try ome and soon found herselfgettingbetter She on with the was Speaking of her case 3Ir Markiton say can and do nraifc Dodds Pills SSc n remedy for female weakness ar he medicine I have ever known and fhave done inc a great deal of good Dont think the public cares for S haketjearerI et ansvered Mr Storm i greatdear5orway some of tie actors abuse bimWashS P ington Star- Benevolent Old outside of candy ihoPiDont cry little boy come in a a stick of candy Sma1f irciuin1anks dati wotme niudder made me cry for She keeps de store Harvard Lampoon fTorrmtggmtsMrs AscumYourboy is at enowiteliT pretty too int he7 Mrs JIalaprop Yet indeed Hw say hea a regular genesisPhiladclpbiaI ressoJI am sure PisoC Cure for Consumptionl iremtt life three tears Tboa nobbing Norwich V Y Feb 17 1900 4Sss loretaupon ILN 0 TimeDehlocr 5 tbeqmilvoublethe MUsouri River People whose nerves are on are in c cutting much of a flgureChicago Journal June Tint Butter Color make top yf the market butter You cannot reach the heart with the head lozueRarns Horn R Miss Alice M Smith of Minneapolis inn tells how womans monthly sufferihg ay be quickly and permanently relieved by 4mcnever my nt for any medicine but Lydia E Pinkhams Vepretablo CoMfei pound has added so much to my life and happiness that I feel li making an exception in this case For two years every month I wouWS wheattingndshe had used it with the best results and advised me to trj j found that it worked wonders with me I now experience no pain aad y had to use a few bottles to bring about this wonderful change Iuse it occasionally now when I am exceptionally tired or worn out s M SMITH 804 Third Ave South Minneapolis Jlinn Chair n Executive Committee Minneapolis Club Beauty and strength In women vanish early In life because of ansufferstientlydtable Compound helps women preserve roundness of form antifreshness of face because it makes their entire female organism 4althy It carries women safely the various naturalses and is the safeguard of womans health The truth about this great medicine is told in the letters front men published in this paper constantly Mrs C Kleinschrodt Morrison IIIsavs i 000 DEAn Mrs PzNgnArI havo suffered ever since I was thirteen years of age with my menses They were irregular and very painful I r doctored a great deal but received no benefitU A friend advised me to try Lydia E TI Plnklmms Vegetable Compound which I did and after taking a few bottles of it I found e great relief Menstruation is now regular and without pain I am enjoying better health than I have ffor sometime Hovf is it possible for tis to make it plainer that E Plnkhams Vegetable Corn jpound will positively help all sick women 7 poorhijjh J nhieq SurIv no one can wish to remain weak asickly dIscouraged with hifeand wtthout hope lot tne zuzure wncujiruuL o unmistakable that E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound will emnonthlysufTerlngahl womb and ovarian troubles and all the ills FORFEIT ii we cannot forthwith produce the original letters inS stfoatarei of aboro tcstlmoni which Wilt ProTetbeir absolute cenulneneii t izwitrii1 22 CALIBER RIM FIRE CARTRIDGES Wincbesteraa Caliber Cartridges shoot when you want them to and where you point your gun Buy the time tried Winchester make having the trademark IS H J XcaFOR SALE BY ALL DEALERSp EVERYWHEREf g ms r NearSighted Christiaps 1 Distrwlng Condition from Which Many ol Gods Childrtn Sulfa Sermon by the Hlgbwayanei ywa n tr Coyrht by J M Edson f Chicago Sunday Oct 1KB not thyself because of evil rtxlltetFret not thyself In any I S7J K ANY Christians arc afflicted with near sightedness The natural eye may be perfect and per form Its functions with unerrln lalthfllnesg b u t thfey are near sighted neverthe fcic They may t 1 to 8ee tbe IT IA l teJ4r mountain or txyiianu of iI with waters shimmering and t1IE In the sunshine and birds In the blue vault of the heav en mt notwithstanding the keenness Iofc natural vision which enables to drink In the beauties of m 4Jturthey may be woefully and dis trengly nearsighted The splrItuinTis defective The ttfaoutc not trained to see beyond the moment or circumstance or or need There is no look the distant triumph and i of the Lord for the eyes are rconlon the stress of present clrcum I the glitter of present gain though the Christian used the ii of a telescope when looking i CA at thkhings of God and reversing t and bgnifying and bringing nearer object when looking at the world baybe yet seeing not and the 41 4 e tj the nearsighted Christian Is r not cxjict He is met with on every tt band tea perhaps we wilt not have 1m Jo go jj far at the present moment alliare amictecIwiIritua t s nearlgtcdness attimc1l with a eqothers t innitrllnti lehj This If a dise which is iBt4ttgio the i J i Chrlstla ntlJ Iffi1jliP n In the ac J 0 fpr1or chrlRtlan picrnits tIladianlo faster r fr upo him Is handicapped both his icrsOnal rclfxllbnshlp to his t f5c tsrelationship to tire world i 1 r f infused uncertainty attend tFJ tjjpmjvements and he is unable optl nltiesand blessings Tale for f 1 tratlonthc person who is Buffering S t i lrom nearsightedness of the natural 4 14and vosc detect has not been J ored or tqrectc tI by properlyfitter t itcnses Whit a great disadvantage he undtf He is never quite sure t of Tils footjipr and everything Is con 1iit impertiLi vho suffers from spiritual tness lie is not able to t triInearslght 1Ik with t T tor courage anti his em 5 4 y 151e7lflCrlCO Is curtailed or even i t Jyj dejtroyed because of present I iir st Mj r difficulties or present pleas i iF urea aadjope of gainIu r k MlTTlffliat connection has the near S ittlglitt Christian to the words of our iJ U because the Christian who Si attie success or prosperity of evil ilwho Is to meet evil msa1k flloMble shrewdness with question le l11pwdness Is he near lghted The whole thIrtyseventhw a SPI eniildeyEsshe I Our teXt is the US nt1dmonUlouhlch introduces to tberestoftliePsaImas and cltSxnesjs the reasons why the Christian rj L tNl JiotbtearSlghted Doubtless lr 1Ie Cpdmanr qfwftlot9 lhrcFgpexcd aiRl ncarslghled ttcxdaJ rr hr j Uutltor memyfrel were almost gone t My steps had vrcllnlsh sllpptdor For I was envious nt arrogant tWbeu I saw the prosperity of the wicked J For there are no bands In their death x t r Hut their strength is firm = They are not In trouble ns other men i Xfltber ore they plagued like other men nI nick- ViolenceP covereth them aa a garment h Their eyes stand out with fatness S They baye more than heart could wish 1 Tlity scoff and In wickedness utter op rf pressloh- fp r7 Ttcy speak loftily P Z have ft their mouth In the besvtiise tilI1dIthdr tongue walketh 4 xartlLthitherflJ by out themsfi 1IIghTYot 1 id being lway at ease they Increase In J f rjchej- iirrlyc 0 in vain have I cleansed my heart- S rl washed my hands In Innocency J liicrall the day long have I been plagued morningI4Jt K1JOipM I had dealt treacherously with chIdrentthis metwhere else PII j pon the picture which he has painted In 1 jhe preceding lines surely his feet would j have wholly slipped but he goes on to ir 4 lJ tell us p j Goo1If cj Surely thou settest them In slippery placf i Thou cutest tbtm down to destruction Aeaphs nearsightedness was cured by t fjaglimpse of God and His ergd purposes theVco- i t cured The thlrtyseventhi 6iiim tIO t folds the part God plays ip irfiman af i rr sj fairs and supplies the reason why h6 in Christian should not fret because of eyU = t r jfiocrs or because of their prq perlri fI Kcad It carefully and prayerfully 1I ii Cor IT HERE Ire two main types of the carIsighted Christian One frets c causeof the prosperity ofthc wicked the i t other frets himself into wrongdoing j The first Is passive condition the other 1 b hl active Let us look at the first type p of nearsighted Christian He Qf allI t i i gfixedj people of the world He Is in a perpetual f t ttuhappy state beea9sethe mtratntB and fMtrictionsr of the Christian life chafe ft ifimui thinks thqworld and the people JJ world have by far the better tlme t1 I rh a ne has so aptly said they hav t gh religion to be miserable rt tl k were groping in the blindness f 7 rt1 saved state they permitted Jv 4 f rich tneir eyes and give Uftm 1 1ri gut to ee men as trees wallz li t ther ha en ve de sl red to O Ilaln t 1JI clearer sight They are near sighted They do not see beyond present cbadlttoBBaor do they feel beyond pres birthrightiI liuogryi 5f was nearHlgbttd enough tp let aboWI of cooked vegetables eclipse a ccrd ijrtjrfJlit Av cent pIECIl t y r 4 4lr ttiJ u 11r lrr J jt aa 1 iri i1oiA t tjiiI j q tt t 3 It tffi t I r oTt tj i1H i held near enough to the eye can shutout hseto perishable things of time shut out the things of eternity Lot was troubled with near ightedricss He could see only as far as Sodom and Gomorrah and all the gloric of that eternal city In the Heavens which filled the vision of Abraham ere shut TOUt AntI see Bow much he lost through his nearBightcdness See how murlvhe suffered The glitter of this life of pro cut case anti gain anllllle lIre held his eye but he lost it nil and irately escaped with his life On the whole I think yon will be willing to admit that Abraham had a better time of It He gut more on of this life and he is enjoying more in Heaven today 1 believe because his eye of faith penetrated the things of time and fixed itself upon the things of eternity He developed a large capacity for Heaven while lot starved his soul the husks of the world anti barely jot to the Eternal City AKB your Bible and search through its pages for the long list of near sighted followers of God Some sat f ered from Intermittent attacks of the disease others suffered perpetually from the distressing condition San belonged to this latter class His per sistent nearsightedness kept him con tinually out of the pathway of Gods will and purpose for him Ho would not see that his course led down and away from God And how many arc there who arc running perilously near to the course which Saul took to his destmction A nearsightedness which shut out all but the present purpose thoseItacks of nearsightedness There was David A night of debauch and pleas lire cost him days and weeks and months of agony of soul and distress and disgrace of life One has only to read the fiftyfirst Psalm to know what his nearsightedness cost him Sorrow and distress and trou ble ultimately are the lot of the near sighted Christian lie may forget that comingThelook over into the tomorrows hut sees only the desires and attractions and ambitions of today He lives from hand to mouth and gulps down any thing that comes along No wonder there is spiritual dyspepsia that there are deformities and monstrosities Nearsightedness brings in its wake a distressing array of difficulties and troubles nearIslghtcdness sense of regret there is that one has allowed himself to tall into such error- Anda new danger Is encountered here nlarslshtednessIs t ehersightedness If I know that I have a certain disease prudence and necessi ty demand that I take means to cure that disease How foolish for me to ourn the III effects suffered from the stepstojet that is exactly the way in slunderingIs one longcontinued story of regret egiet regret but cdirerjive measures lorregllnb enearsightdnessthat nearsightedness cured Why go blundering Why not call In the e Pfeyaickm and seek His aid in kira 1lre t Is one thnr Ulmdiagnose medldncWhenactive positive goodness more pa t alltIlre3entbutofNearsightednessseeing the opportunities of being good and doing good It destroys the dee s nearsightdnessseeking But let works the hand maiden of faith have her rightful longtepsbusyayingthe cup of cold water which will win theMasterpatienceknows not the meaning of that word patience He does not know how to InImpaUcmeeto wait for things nearsightedness tells him he must have at once or not Inliberalsightedness is to be cared Inearslghtedness tho latter part of our text fFret not thyself In anywise to do evil Is tho admonition of the Psalmist needed to freUeftntoseems to me there arc two directions nVwhlch this admonition of the Psalm isfX j violated very generally In this prevalcompromising attitude toward evil secondly tho laying aside the eapons of righteousness and truth in combat with evil and resorting to the arms and tactics of the eneuy Both are evidences of nearsightedness on the part ot the Christian who is guilty f such practices There is great dan et of the Christian under the stresso circumstances and the tendencies of the times in falling into either cr both f these errors aid perhaps without being conscious of it I am inrilned to bellev there is a steady drifting away from the ore standard of truth and righteousness which God has established Human wisdom and reasoning are busy leveling these standards down to mans conditions Instead of Becking o bring man up to the high standards of God It is declared openly that the successful business man cannot be strictly honest and tIle Christian al lows himself to be influenced by such declaration and a low standard cqmea to rule in the life Christians whi would consider it dishoneetto cheat their neighbor out of five tenta con CowIiIJ i t 7 ot i kIJ I l tS I oSo c t r cheat the railway out of a earned Christians who fle l sn abomination in the stonei the Lorjffand is the stepping other evil doing believe or try to b lievc that the white lie as It IB called white with the leprosy of sin traps Is ntlmlsslhie and right at limes And all this Is an Indication a sad in dication of the growth of lower standards ITSed antI emphatic The Unit word writ ten under the perfect copy furnished at the head of the column Ic excellent anti very like the perfect orglnal ha as the child proceeds with Its task and uses ns a Pattern that which it has but previously written the last effort nt the bottom of the page is sadly uullle the perfect copy from wIthin the start was made Unconsciously that chili has departed step by step trora the wellformed letters of the copy until It is startled nt last when it lifts Its eyes from the word at the bottom ot the column and sees how uullkii it is to that at the top The irregularities which crept Into the first transcription and which were hardly perceptible have been Intensified until the altera lion has become decided and striking So It is with principles rules and cus toms and even laws Man has been busy for a good many years cutting his forms of rules of conduct and govern meat from the patterns whhh tho preceding generation has furnished until principles antI conditions have come to prevail which would not have been coo ccived of or tolerated years ago TaKu the present attitude towards divorce and many of the laws relating there to ns an illustration Take the sclen title nonsense met with on every hand regarding childbearing the r arlnjf and control of children and thff llle anti atmosphere of the home Tak the Sunday question Sunday tfica tent Sunday newspapers with thel villainous humor and their scam tlonal features which deaden the reli Ious sense of tho adults and blast the budding germs of piety in UJw young Sunday sports and outings Take the spirit which largely rules In legislative bodies where party policy and selfish bias on the artof the par llsans of capital or labor dictate ifprovisions of the bills offered for enactment into law Talcthc qucs tlonablc standards which prevail largely lrilhcu commercial and Indus trial worlds and one must admit that there has been a departure from first principles And the ncarsightsd Christian is fretted Into connIng down to the level of the world instead ct manfully abiding if need be alone in the presence of God and His rlghteoiu ness IA tlansarelrrettedthey adopt questionable means In dealing Inthatown ground and with his own weapon If you would conquer They lose sight of the fact that God Is planning the battle and that carnal weapors In the bands of the Christian are dishonoring to Golf and dangerous to himself Pen though they seem to succeed for tVir time ulti mutely they will react and strike back after the manner of tln boomerang Gods warning Fret Tt thyself In any wise to do evil is forgotten when vil assails and the chafing spirit Into the conflict regardless ot Christian dignity or the principles righteousness When the enemy resorts to sharp double dealing attempt is made to retaliate In kind Trickery calls forth trickery But the Christian never yet wvn a permanent and emfWflog advan tage or victory through conduct- or methods which were contrary to God standards of righteousness and truth Often the individual Christian often rJllgioui bodies come race to face with th temptation of securing n advantage by a course which will not tanllti search ing glance of God Of tecure His ap proval Human wisiTbm arid reasoning would declare that it was the right course to pursue because of the advantage would secure but departure from the pathway of strict integrity or righteous ness brings its penalty ITHE IaltDlithatinattainedby methods and means which are alike upright and honorable Jacob did not have to lie to secure the birthright and the blessings which accompanied it It was his by right of purchase and in ful flllraent with the promise and purpose of God He secured the blessing and birthright by questionable means because he would not wait upon God to bring His purposes to pass but see the train of evils difficulties and troubles Khisbroke his heart in the case of Joseph leevilTw Ice did he let his enemy Saul go safely out of his hand when seemingly proj Ii dentially the king was placed In his power and when he might have reasoned that It would be a good thing to end t conflict In Israel and ascend to the throne tne wblcn he had been annolnted The ncarsighed Christian frets because of evildoers he frets himself Into the adoption of lowered standards hefreU himself into the adoption of evil methods in combating evil but he loses in the end God says Fret not thyself be cause of evildoers Fret not thyself Int any wise to do evil We need mciren faith we need more positive goodness I irenpatience In waiting upon God if we would obey Gods voice and be free from t e bdnessGods tcudlnir It was not for the children of Israel tocchoose where the next camping pla ce hould be For 40 years by day anti by night lIe made plain by pillarof cloud and fire whither they should turn and arwhereof cloud protection from tho deserttin as well as the zigzag path to tho PromisedNand tljo pillar of fire shining above them and makingI the path plain when the night had fallen these were Gods special providences God was with them He was their guide I It was theirs to follow whithersoever He lead It is true also of every age and every devoted life We need not see the distant scene one step will bo made plain if the future be hidden undert horizon and the distant path be ob Scare Faith can look upward to the pillar of cloud and take the next step God docs not ask for more We haththe end of the enterprise Ii Is the of Promise Here then jjw patDtouch part and run far separated i foroJse wiltIf as our fathers were and we would make Uthejl H t fS L C 3Wt THE NORTHEti t lrhe Virginia Coast For Mites Uttered With Wreckage v PtheIHlltory if the Surfmcn on That Coajt Norfolk Va Oct 12The north past gale that lies raged over this ro lglon since Thursday hall Sunday night spent its power but for rolos dabeachthis of eftcountry sliofcrowded trains to the coast Sunday anti saw the wrecks of the big bargcj Ocean Belle and Georgia near Virginia PIndiscriminatethe shore at Dam Neck to mark the thlieGeorge H Adams of tie Gcorga washed ashore Saturday night seven miles south of Sea Tack life savins station and In now at that station The body of George Peters the colored seaman of the same vessel has not been recovered The rescue of the remaining members of the crow by Ettrfman Warn Capps was one of tIne most heroic acts in the history of the surfmon of the Virginia coast Capps while two miles from any outer being and patrolling his stretch between the stations saw one Nosro over 100 yards off shore In the roar Ing surf Without a moments con sidcrntion of the peril he was facing he stripped and plunged into the sea that was already a seething mass of wreckage from tte barges antI after a half hour battle single handed anti alone brought the unconscious man ashore He had not recovered his breath before he discerned through a rift In the pume another form nail once more ho went Into thesurf This time by reason of his exhaustion his nostruggleeventually succeeded In saving the Neitgro Placing both men under the of a cliff he started back to the stc lion to give the alarm when ho saw the third Negro In the waves and Cora third time plunged In antI broughtC an unconscious man ashore did not cease his work until all tireo men hall been cared for at the station inhatcoasthenew reported In beisInformation front points more than RX miles south of Virginia Beach The entire coast telegraph system is pros trated and It will be some days before communication can be restoredLio WANTS TO SELL HIS BODY orStranglerStudents For 57 Columbus 0 Oct 12 Alfred Knapp the strangler wants to sell his hotly to a party of medical students wIno visited him in the death cell Knapp expressed his willingness to sell his body to them for their use for 50 He further said that he tmld sign a binding contract to yc effect that they were to have possession of his hotly after the lectrocu lon vhiei is cosetijEmployers to Fedtirae Chicago Oct l2EmpIoyrsf ja tlrerllftndcaPtalnad iI1rr British Columbwto uachuaetts aizd from vl tti the r thparing29 and 30 toform an International tail vaeratioiIotA Coffee Corner Rumor New York Oct 12Areprt got around after thevclose of the marketsIof mSaturdayOrleans cotton merchant who reccntlJI made the first successful corner of the cotton market In histoiy was to go to the coffee market and corner it Endorsed the Tammany Ticket New York Oct 12The county committee of the GermanAmerican democracy of Kings county met Sun- nytI and formally endorsed the rnlmanyT city ticket as well as all th democratic county and borough nomi nations Adm Kempff On the Retired List San Francisco Oct 12Adsu Louis empff went on the retired list of the nited States navy Sunday Adm Kempff was In command of the Amer an Asiatic squadron during the ChiInese Boxer trouble BoatDrawn By a Ky London Oct 12A man named S collapsibleet masterlya mile and a half off shore the navlga tor abandoned the attempt Sixteen Persons Injured McK sport Pa Oct 12SixteenLpeople were injured in tie WhelIIe electric road McKeesport Sun day night Two of them arc injure I internally an1 may not recover Will Receive Increased Wages Chicago Oct 12An agreement has een reached between the sheep butch ra and packers by which the men will receive an increase of 25 cents a da About 3WO men In the packing of the country are benefitted Colbert Colliery Resumes Shamokin Pa Oct 12The Colbort colliery owned by the Shipment Coal Co resumed operations Monday ghCrg work to 500 men and hays mi lbs the breaker a Rntiata coatots0000LMidshipman Accidentally Killed New York Oct 12 Midshipman Jose Paul Ferreira was accidentally shot and killed by Midshipman Mario Hecksher on board the Brazilian ofwar Benjamin Contant lying mare North river SundayLAn Alleged Shortage a 8OOO Rochester N Yl Ot lOAshort a Cteinot Co is alleged to have been Ala by expert accountants here are hunting for the trca rer Death of William Q Hibbard Chicago 0cJL ffllIam G bwrd rhead f r ti f COd u Ao 4ii j 16ci r h F iC T CrJ iJ LfJf + I 1 4a F J rr i1F J 0 1 t i ct JI j J lft c f4t J 7J 1 yll JI Pa t J r r j TJ= = J wfl J Z4e r Urfil trAr 0 Zi5fi y cbrAt2StFilj f f Ir 10 0d oJ rr 4 i = lI rJiJ jf 4 J J P1 if iltM ENDORSES PLi jl Jfr tI 1l s J f f j iijeGentlemen = == I can cheerfully say that Mrs Scltlcy1 2 f 1fru= na and I believe with good effect = = W S SCHLEY == iVCt tl f tf r s rt lSCHLEY one of the foremost notable heroes of the ADMIRAL Century A nnme that starts terror in the heart every Spaniard A man of steady nerve dear head un unted courage mm prompt decision Approached by a friend recently his opinion was asked as to the kacy of Pernna the national catarrh remedy Without the on uppearedlaterit is a favorite remedy Such endorsements serve to indicate the wonderful hold that eruna has upon time minds of the American people It is out of e question that so great and famous a man as Admiral Schley could have tiny other reason for giving his endorsement to Peruna saysitunrrfafnC In a queen On her wedding day the women of Ro mania gave the crown princess a sum of money with which she was to buy a present That was tfn years ago and now the money thus received amounts to JCOOOO With this sum the princess has just bought an estate at Jassy where will be opened a school of household economy To Wnali I en I her Wash leather are easily cleaned Tream them like flannel washing them In warm soapsuds till clean Use sev eral lots of suds always of the same temperature till cleanliness Is insured then hang up without rinsing In the air to dry When partially dry rubrebins the leather with the hands will make it soft and pliable clIsaacVyerty vlll be vorth ten times vot it Is eaCobensteinVeliI might be deadt in dvendy yearsy wh un gtoleutorPuck fABudaPesth came near losing her lifewth thga candle it set fire to herclothes r husband heard her cries anti suetceeded in saving her but both toataken to a hospital Here It a Style prize DfDnedIframed by Frank D Blake of CIaI Center Kan for a magazine competi n That visible expression of some conception of beauty by which a standard of excellence Is established changed Is style NeT Ida Makr Slnn Proitrr The eminent Bavarian sanitarian Prof Pettenkofer was once trying to convince a Munich householder of the advantages of plumbing anti drainage but his conservative friend answered Nonsense I want to be able to smell my houseoovrt Plotter Slnml A novel flowerstand Is made of zinc and In the shape of a standard rosebush with leayes painted a natural green lor Roses or other blooms are in certed 4n little waterfilled flower holders blddenaznonptthe foliage rillljtracrln 1tii1Dn jwrthern of Italy hlIllllter raosjreat as In aU1he1nthe Illiteracy It less than In Pennsyl nia ilnMBIoWlnir nn AncIent Art Bottles at one time were all blown the blowing process being as old as the time the Pharaohs for in the Egyptian hworkIjirxeit Elephant Ervr Known There has recently arrived In Germany the hide of an elephant that was 16 feet i Inches high this being over 3 feet above the largest elephant ever known hitherto Two Dad Venn The French sardine catch last year was less than 20 per cent of the aver a probblya r the average Averaged Lp Well r Statistics gathered at Princeton theological seminary show that 41 members of the association died last t year at an average age of 68 yearsi MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Oct 10 CATTLECommon 226 3 00 Heavy steers 450 5 00 CALVFsExtrn 6 75 7 00 HOGSCh packers 5 75 3 80 Mixed packers 5 50 5 7- 0SHEEPExtra 3 40 3 5- 0LAMBSExtra 5 85 FLOUR Spring pat 4 50 4 SO ANoORNNo 2 mixed 48 O R ISrYENoHAYCh timothy f13 50 PORKClear family 13 45 LARDSteam 6j 50 B 12iChoicePPLESFancy 2 50 2 75 POTATOESPer bbl 1 75 2 00 O1iACCONew 3 50 tJ 0 00 Old 560 565 Chicago LOURWinter pat 3 90 4 10 WHEATNo2 red 79 y 8 79VORNNo 3SiRYEMcss 11 00 t7j11 1- 2ARDSteam t 67 Vi New Yor- kLOURWiustrtsF 3 75 3 95 S2yCORN 4iyRYEORKMeas 19 5- 0ARDSta 3i 7 10 T laltlmbre WHEAT No i red 82 S2- IORNNo52nlxed 50v8 5- 1ATSNo2mnIxed J 41 CATTIE t S 00 l 5 1- 5OOSWestcpH lbulsvllle- WHEAYNp 700I Z red S5 s 561 48Y11fLARDSteam 8 75 Indianapolis SICORNOATS o 2 f 1ito eYlI JA fv n r rJ t7 g e IIII MemoirsIeightyodd years died In ew recently leaving writ ten on a small sheet of paper the fol lowing Perconal memoirs At the age of 30 I gave up dancing at 40 my endeavors to please the fair sex al 50 my regard of public opinion at 60I the trouble of thinking and have now become a true sage or an egotist which is the same thing I have never meddled In any marriages or ecandalj I have never recommended a cook or a physician consequently I haveSnever attempted the life of ConnrlpnicSlrlckcn Secretary of tho Interior Hitchcock w tiithhoma man recently Cashion Okla To the Secretary of the Interior I inIose one dollar to pay for one ick of pecan Umber that I took In the Chickasaw nation I have an trnestI no of no other way than throm oul department I sincerely ask firI vnes for tbe auful sin Yours respt Wn Xot Dlanppnlnteil She was city bred and had the usual ar of cows Why she asked when the dangerS SisThe small country lad cliucltledfI thought It would be o see you try to climb a tree Then fter another chuckle And It was Philadelphia Ledgern IIrtnJr Ilandkerciilrfscshould be Ironed whlla very damp and dried by the Iron Thus will they acquire a certain stiffness and will keep clean longer Silk hand kerchiefs should have a little rnothyt lated spirit added to the wa ter They should not be hung up to dry but instead be rolled in a cloth and Ironed while dampIllefnro alolniIIf I have any new clothes to wash writes a capable housekeeper I set the tolor as follows Mix one tablespoon turpentine one tablespoon salt and- nehalf teaspoon alcohol to one pail water put clothes In and let stand an hour This will set the most delicate color Farm and Home flndir Soul I see the sold tag on Daubers picture Yes De Smith bought It Why dont they hang the tag ontc SmittmLondon TitBits Tlionulit II Won 11 lieSTerance what Is the doctors diag nosis bt yqar case He hasnt told me yit but Im bcttln Itll be ivry tint av tin doliarsmChicago Tribune Foreigners In Hrllaln The foreign population of time Brit leh isles numbers 19S K0 Germans old first place In point of numbers fecond French third Salt an the Cnrpel Scatter salt on a carpet when sweep ing and you will not only find It has a cleansing effect but that it also keeps away moths DUtlneflnn The unassuming politeness of some men gives them more distinction thanes their means Chicago Journal The Reason Call no man truly happy until he Is dead He cant tell you his troubles then Chicago Tribune Coitlr Ilrerle The full dress Iltcries of the Brit sh royal footmen cost 560 apiece Famous Whirlpool The famous Maelstrom whirlpool Is four geographical miles Jn diameter nest of Medlrlne Best of all medicines are rest and fasting Franklin BE whdoubtcured while they doubt who praise Doani milthe Aching backs are eagrd Slip tack and loin tabovercome f the limbs sail dropsy signs vanish withblcliduttcolored polo pealing frequency bed wetting DoftDn KUncy Pills remove calculi and crawl heart pal Citation sleeplesanes nerrcusang dizziness Mast I tried everything torn wenlc back cot no relief until used Doua LHls J N Ltwtz The fact is Peruna has way to the iivnns 01 the peoples The 1111 ilinitlily which people have felt about giving cndorscincnls to any remedy iff giving way Oratitudo andmm dcsiic to help others 1ms inspired thousands of people to give public testimonials for 1otnna who heretofore would not have consented to such publicity j Never before in the annals of medicine ha il happened lint sor men of national and international icpnlalion have been willm s to give unqualified and public endorsements to a proprietary remedy No amount of advertising could have accomplished such n result Pernna has won on its own merits Icruna cures catarrh of whatever phase or location in the human hotly This iwiny it teceivcs so many notable and unique endorsements Address The Peruna Drug MTg Co Columbus Ohio for free literature on catarrh JI Site ltiin on iVlf phone niijliike may have their crjmi rules A man who wanted to ccminuniraK with another named Jones looked in tee directory and then railed ups number lrrsitntly came throiieh the receiver a ioft tin ininellllo he asked who is that ThK It Mrs lonc you any idea where your husband Me unucrjUnj why heiangoTv o hatpy until he looked in the monk agaiir and diMovercii that he mad railed tip ttretiilente of a widow X Y Yoikrr Cheaper Titan Slnylntr tnt Home Tlie titan who wishes lo locate in tine crithwct this fall has little cvne for vlaying at lioinc nn far as rnlroul tales arc concerned Tine inla Ke very low cmrwny second tlit rales lo Cal ifornia l front Clitcaco f23 maim Knit sas filr 30 front St onis and ifotM r generallyTliescNovember 30 They are beingaiailed of Ilinco lo in oaiuiti and oilier creit valleys of Culi oinj likewiyc pasycnjcr lIne same line also offers a rate of nlmtit fialf toineTuesdays of each month the last scant monthly excursion lilled every ttailabie i ar October 20 LnrCaincetin cr roundtrip honiefcekeis ire iii mlrer jc 2l from tiican and flo mont i anis ity to rentualsitu eutcitn re41 and to Oklahoma iilo lniiier td Ieca MexicoTine be more inicr ster in tine excursions to los and n Francico that mire bookedon the anta Fc the latter part of October allOt American IJankcrs Asocialion Tine ate then out anti back will tie 502W ront Chicago 30 front Kansas City pointsAnyone hrheescortedIioetheir trip Oceanic line steam er from San Francisco lo Hawaii anti en joy a weeks in tine isles of peace Promoters of courage incentivetonnarticimsihata rigid Sine Ive been t itifeheman on earth feema like mere childs play to iae IJaltimorc Ancrican A Low Date to Texas October 20ti tine M K A T bare on attic tickets from St Lctii Ilann bal and Kmna ity to Texas Oklahoma and Indian Territory at rate of 11500 for the lound trip final limit November JOhn troutineinnatione ran afford to mi this opportunity PI feeing the great fouthetern country to the fnllnes of tIC glory and prosperity Fcr t f ManlonitneleEbcuitt oaIeThe Overland Limited solid train Chi tnnenijcilieIt is better to do noble deeds 0dreammuch fuu Chicago Tiibuce ForRheumatism Neuralgia Sprains Lumbago Bruise BacKache Soreness Sciatica Stiffness Use the old reliable re- medyStjacobs Oil Price 95c sand JOc LH THIS COUPON YOUR MESSENGER OF DELIVERANCE FROM KIDNEY BLADDER AND URINARY TROUBLES highest Sncrlling dribbling HelkTe many many pave couldnt announces Arizona outing 1iwill Deans Kidnev Pills rttivcI P eTATC toPtrMibnrniwr Ii intudclcnt irrite addrm ca sea rate flip I JITDICAL ADVICE lltEE Tli reatnn yon ran get thu trial free in be Ud0e7iiiyou VtttT Mica- DoauKMoeyFiiisbit tb case which was an unusual desire lo urinate had get flre or six times of a night I think dlaletn was well underway the feet end anklet swelled There was an intrnss pain In the back the heat which wpnld feel like put hag ones hand up to a limp chimney I lave twofulloffetilagaye remedy par excellence Ii F ESRTHEDOWELS CANDY CATHARTIC bioodatdoisilow cpiii1o sitS dIzlea Whee bOWIS doeS noT ntguIsrly ar sick nor popl thin atI other Iisss iolbr lou er51t wii sind sts well tusraeItQCsrCr 3 SHOES I IOU can save s to a yearly ty I 7 wrariaa W L Douglis 340 or S3 tlioti i They equal those that have been cut log yon front to 5500 The im Unease sale of W L Douglas shoes proves taetr Raperioriiy over all other uuUea ltedealersLOOk for ammo price on bottom TkatDoagtatiMtCor proTnlbrre It talie la DaitU shoes highestjcadsI tiOr Af 4iss tram 400 nod Ojr S Gilt Citgt llnecmtnot telcqltalled at anf fHtf dCatsloc BigrrRoWORLD T Virginia Hot Springs 2500 feet elevation on Chesapeake Ohio Ry Picemluent among alljenrroand Btsoru THE N- EWHomestead a Hotel Under the management of fir Fred 5terrjr This Una brlct structure Is now fnllj completed flat ce room and private battn eacb room urplied with loon dutanc phone and modern appolntroeDta Broken CCO direct Jfew tlAOclFICET BATHBOUBE and marl curative waters known for rbtcmatlim goqt obetltr an nrrroni truablet e HNEOOLFLlNKSandNEWCLTJB HOTJSK with squash Court lounging rooms cafe pong tablet tie Tennis courts sad alt vutdoct amusements Orcbcstia OCTOBER Xnd NOVEMBER The Grandest Months in the Year J Magnificent Train Service Dialog Carr Pullman jleepcri Obicnratloa Cttfif s Reduced Rate Tickets now on sale For full Infornatloa call on tgenti of the BIG FOUR ROUTE 4- Lji oscwNJciW I- LouIsvk MEMPHSj NEW ORLEANS c crrtXTRB SOUTJIt ST LCOIS- KANSHS eiry DENVERc USD THE WEST Y NEW ROADWAY T BEST SBRVI6B end i BQU PM8NT 4V t- Iistli LsdiesCoachalPullurau fr esretLObservsltcnlaroruJningas jfifl rriuuan Meorioo St eper Cmn ctneianntii 2 lsriSe teaC Points etery Tuesday sod Vrtd wlbnt chaunge Fur rates time tabesetc s4dms 3IeCAIITTUeoerii risiesrer SSrut einesti Obiaiiir l ii a LIVE STOCK AND MISCELlANEOUS Electrotypes tNORLT VA1ETY Po SALE AT TIlE LOWEST PRICES BYu A N KELLOGG NEWSPAER CO 333 West Fifth Strut CIncinnati r i R usAnEMormzaraisa DstnisG ro ncr AcrrnmneQ AnranytsEn its coLvIs CUOULD lyrist VlQ lLaZQ WIIAT1l5r A1C run iEvvsnrw ALl 5VSTIThTSS or imuiTArtorts PILES MILITAR BOUNTY PATENTSFITZQEBALD CO a ANAXESIS e PO31TJay cVKE rlLeFtr free onurte Iddeets itantI PAY SPOT CASH FOR LAND WARRANTS Utueit to solders t soy war Writ mu Iw XtiFHANK U IIIXJKH Bant Block DenTCiy Cvta ft lias hlirbeat a tWathlnttori IX O c 21W4oJIZbJ JkDrt4nib5uIn time Fold b druggnL j j1YytW1ENWRmD ID ADVTI1EUp- jesebtatli that yeu saw lbs 4drsrlIIe iaeatlalbInaoer I i PUTNAM FADELESSDYESare as fmr ahead St the old faahluntd Dyes as elestrietty is a candle Putsara Dct ties iiC tsa tte neither stain iijg hands nor spot lb kettl 103 package colcra eSther illij wool or cation equally welt nd i euscanleec to grfrc rcstitLs lintst ca pckie 1Ona9 a k l r a iat s t ktpIa J I p iuy r orto ffu Hrarigeof gIYiCViOtI6 ta trout of etn ft on a aI rnIr I THURSDAY OCT15 1003 I 3 ANNOUNCEMENT J Stat Senatorl yForauthorized to announce 4I ilf Curler rnuntyii CRnli I lito i Democratic nomineea Unr the Senato from this district tit 41 UhoNovember election 1003 i We are authorizod to announce 3 Ntfthan Barrett of Carter county ii ciinilidntO Republican nominee for tho onuita from this district n tlio November election 1903 f Ropsontaitoti We lire authorized to annWTIVCrr 1 w1Ullnrd F oucholRownn courtty 4 c nt1ldto1h i IInoynee t frthnzisIature front this 1ts tat theNovcniber election I 903 rIl UNCIK RCRPCLI SAOE lct his tnt SIckleton New York be sold for i113 taxes It must be u poor farm indeed l F r I 4 TUB war scare in thu fur east be- 2t t Hweou Rtibfia and Japan iff again il mcuie If it keeps up a few mar e tiiero 3sdnngrrofnOgIit- I jlvearsicl TOE U S Poslolllre Depnrtmen- k L ycpcnt 4500014 more ihnnit i 1jlIltho pat fi8CIl year Undo Sam a man is conspicuous t I r failure and yet a part of the people jare 8trvK theIr best to put more tl business into his hands alf tthotime a 4 TIlE willof Gen Cassius le 4t Clajf made in favor of his l who is now Mrs Dora Uroclt t i tnwidow was refulld 1NbatO v tt County Judge Turpin of MndiBon t TIie case will be fought out in the l1 i1t courts nnd promises to bo a cole 4 W jbrated ono r Sir f L TilE Steel Trust has declared II 24 dividend of onehalf of ono per- centI f on the common stock for tilt OZ4i last quarter of 1903 Heretofore tho dividend has always been one H hj per cent per quarter and the ngi tation of tho question of reducing a the dividend or declaring none til all sent the common stock down to IrIIUXL J4wnt one time The reduced dividend was faVorcd by Rockefeller L and opposed by Morgan tiowin i i that the Standard Oil interest is in i control ot the Steel Trust TheIt 4earnings of the Trust have I off If the Steel Trust which i t the greatest of nil fails tho pros t pect is not so promising for iii trusts after all y CORRESPONDENCE IFairviewf IHad a One rain lost weekIZRev Thomas Wood of Til lIpriihzitt1iIs place Sund r a J Gj ifcCIure nnd wifo v relatifirLOkIa Sotiir1 B I and S V V SWoodard and wife i tt 4 t relatlvt8 bear FlelDlngliburgI J i tWSamllnddox of below Slit i rl1l wiia guest of hill bruthtl1 1 7 W Maddox Sunday t tI 0 Johnhlp Jarncll and wife t J White OaKjwere iho guests of their SunIr ay 1 c tip A Powell nod Joe Vice of teluiqb nightf tafILD Anderson nnd wife visited l A citJfdEden9 nearMt Crtimel i 4i it 1 Shrit week and attended the fhovr a t t Iiiy8i11Ie- I it 4 CttyI7r t i Mrs Mat Newman isqtiito SiCk 7 t JameaRawlingwits quito 6fck t a few1 days lust week t f t 6 Fi Waltbhand wife of near fy1 fk frrJutn visited home folks z ldncyE8t1n and Irvin Johnson 1 H t 4 Attendee the show at Lexington 1 Thursday rVi Walter G aynnll sister Mips i4t Iiiattevattended the show at Mnys I 1 ovUle bst week i a t Zik kMr8 MJ Hopkins has returned 1 Jt t from the hospital at Cincinnati jy kuohImprvedfi pta o tf YMissPear Booth of Lexington j 15 i i Ja Visiting Her grandparentt N i r tfto Jr NewoQun aqll wiledO r 1J s ir + Mrs WUtria Eden relumed borne 1 J ilIlBJ fBeverui days viejt to rein J 1 Tt atFterningbiirg tW t NIMe1vInaJohnsor of YuleOJ f tIt 1 caieSuduytopend the wlntcr rr rI aiwith her onNewtlln JohJ1l1oq k Aaron Vonning and wife bf near f Lexington are viSIting iheluttcrs io f 32a L pitrente EIColtv Jr and wife 4 re Mis Mary Cut right returned 1 home Sitturdny utter aYJait to re- V 7Etj latfvjrsHemriTilton ani inHieholuf goon IY fiiJr t ThV farpers kiye tluIr tobacco J r housed corn cut nod uro sowing t t f It r jvlieut utter such appreciated rain 1j1if Which we have recently bid a J 1 tfpk Mrs Sani ISleVens nail two hild J t 2 Ten itt 1ltIipBtOt liieIIIIC In IuiL iI rwctk flir a rPvrdIeekei yf si to i 1 Jfet nIfCflI9JiIU 1eLiid Vi1I t 1 9 t= J t t 1f t J t1t 11f fh Itjf Ji fcvf14 IJt Itj7 II t g ha I 1 ifil i1 A Ir h f I t t f w i fJII A 1rII tJ 1 01 t ft ftrlfpI t70r5ti Z tr S j r tnyi vI ze1 + r t I pEpma ih1 frlcl Jones anivril IiJ Fri iui Sweet Water J1I VCB and friends h r II ICY ore Fcttiti i n poles for IC telenlnmawii lIrlals Place wuichwi Ito r CliWlliencl tbihid neighborhood Two accidcntsi Thomas Powell vhubc doing sonu i farjHhter work F- uir J B Guodpa r un the Forge l Farm cut yneowjcrely with a hatchet On Frid nmriiing whilei W W Williams was cutting f for his horrtes he caught hit finger in bOUveen the cog wiled of lilt food cutter and niailietl his finger severely Both cases ant clowlj Improving under the cure of Dr Ueuve SprInifloldtMiss Fanny Glover was ihe guest of Mrs Wilson Wednesday night Mrs Ann Gorrell of Stilt Lick hut moved back to the Billy Me Clure farm Miss Lida Smathers visited h8I Fanny Glover at Ewington from Friday till Sunday There has not been much tIuenlI sown in Iho neighborhood account of late corn cutting There will ho n liox supper al- Fuirvicw schoolhouse on Friday night Oct 23 Young ludioo come and bring a box Mrs Annie GarRett Sirs Mag Spratl Mrs Lucy Smnthers and daughter Miss Lida vieited Mrs Katie Boyd Thursday 1SlateValley Cornculling molasses mak fag are about over it licinga very short crop of both Mrs Butler Toy and daughter Alma of Forge Hill wore guests of the family of BOHZ Warner Satur dayMrs John Ii Jones and MrsSam Joncp of Forge Hill were guests of Mrs Sam Sbullz Thursday of Ins I week Sam Jones and wife visited Ihe formers brother Buddie Jones and wife near Sharpsburg Saturday and Sunday of Inst clkIMrs George Garner and grandt daughter Eulnlia Lee 1nour Lexlngtonspent the past week the guests of relatives in Fleming county CliOffiGarncr wife and daughter LottieSirmtonyer6 fifo and b byi Nttiniot7f Sluo Volleyver tuesta d th family of Sum Shulu- Sunday It hits rainrd and the grass has greened up and looks like spring time but the tree have put on a red and golden lute how sHIund yet how beautiful CrooKs D B Nixon was at Farmers Sat urdu luetgb W W Nixon of Salt Lick visit cd his parents hero Sunday Cole Jackson andwife of Olytn undlYeMrs James Horton visited reIn tivesntOiynipia one day last week Cnddy Jones and wife of Step fit ono visited relatives here Sun day Virgil Barnes visited the family f Press Barnes Saturday and Sttnv JJay F P Hendrix Co shipped a carloud of cattle to Cincinnuti one itdny last week Jim Pcridleton and Miss Harder nfBourb uI1couilt1viliited the turn ilvof lJ Uovcrmale last week IIIIcO stalk and Randolph Nixon Isnight agent fi1ies Rosa Pergraui the scliooLi visited her father Pergram near Carringlon Satur day und Sunday Moors Fcrry The drought IS broken hero Corncutting is about over here Corn is light We had some cool weather Iho post few days- Singing every Sunday evening at the new church Licking river lose from the rain two or three fool last week Thcro will be speaking nt Salt Lick Friday night Everybody come and hear them Magistrate G W Razor was called to Yulo last Friday to hold an inquest river a lady who was found dead in bed Our town is improving very fast Thero ire several new houses being 1uilt by Janice Sreilegur our In dustrious carpenter t1fartln Ih Hitchcock of WastI Virginia bought of Elihu twenttibIIcres of land on CowI Creek for three hundred and fifty- 4pliprs Niin Hitchcock bought a tract ortland of about fortythreo acres oCt Dick Vanlandinghnm near Polks l ville for two hundred and fifty dollars Agirlof this place had two tel lows to call on her Sunday She ran off to keep from talking to either then came buck and stood bier groliniU Sho thinks she is the TJohnvisited T K liazbrlast Sunday John is in very bad IiQiilth Ho sold FiredThe njAv church at this place wil1 bin dcdfcated flue third Sunday c ii October by Elder Tinslpy There iv lCdfnnfcronv the ground Ev rjhnc1yii invited to cnrne zun- ding weU lJkL1asit cLs 111 J i IV v I a r a f IaFV r1Tbwaw j i j S 05tonI 5 Grll L 1tillrrQnt wcnthl1 iIC1j L itiirly who is working with I 1ezirlienter force was Iniiiu yvt Sunday VvJI Aionijiiy of Ewington vae visiting Ins lirolhcrinlaiv B M3 ers JroUllli wife soveraj dnys 8 ast week Mrs Ella Gill wilt iiaiMiccn vie ng her daughter near Winchester or over n week returned hum laltI WedneeduyWm yas nt librae with a nut cold the past week but had re covered enough to go to work 10110I day evening Win Steele who ig worllng on he track between Ashland and Russell hue been home several days trjing to get up a crew of nun Reuben Ba rites who has been at hit brother in inv H S DtilPs eirk for the past few weeks in able to up and about the yard ve arc glad to say- Ireston and Stopstono nines had n baechnllgamo Saturday at Pres ton in which the score was 13 to in favor of Stopslone Tho decid ing game will be played next Sat urday on Mr Graves farm Ulcklrm Union Willie lldmabuby is on the sick list There arcseveral cases of mump in this section Oscar WilliHon made a Hying trip to Stilt Lick lasl Saturday Willie harm and wife went ti Owingsville last Monday shopping Dave Jones and Will Junes lonldnC C Johnson bought a house and lut of Iunu Shouso in Suit Lick for 112H flab Dickerson of Suit Lick bought a cow of Jo Jones last Tuesday for 27 Alpha B Mclvinney wife nut motherinlaw are visiting on Grits ey Creek Morgan Co Joe Jones nnd family are moving to his property lie recently par chased of Press Jackson at Salt Lick Miss Lou Frank Cogswell last Sunday morning of consump lion SIne had been poorly for sometime v Llekza J runted her farm to David and Will Jones fori309- VIIIiam A Jones is poorly with heart dropsy lid has sold his property and contemplates going West in tine near future Bro Young tho new pastor of the M E Church prcauLcd ln re last Saturday and Sunday The members arc wall pleased with him Oscar WHlison drilled in an oil well on tine old RII lund louse last week just t biivo the pumping eta ion reports oil in paying quanti ties Olympian D M Roners of Craigs was hero Saturday visiting his dauglf ter J Mrs Mnttie Costignn of Flat Creek visited Mrs Kulc Coslignn last week J A Rogers of FlafCreek visit ed his sister Mrs M B Smarts sev oral dnys last week Mrs Prod Sle ser returned Ins t week front Cincinnati where she had been for several weeks Mrs Meliffa Gault wns the pleas ant guest of her daughter Mrs J K Jackson several days lasl week Robert Sluiltz and wife of Mt Sterling was the guest of his brother Peter Sluiltz who is on tine ski Us Sunday Mrs George Swarts and child rcn Ethel and Slay have returned To their home after a several months Stay whIz Mr Swarls in Breathitt county Jeff Jackson Rod Costigan Frank Beagle and Porter Case let Saturday night for West Virginia lo work as wages are better thero titan hero Good luck to them Mrs Melissa Snedegar Inns mov ed into tIne house lately vacated b Robert Ovcrby Frank Beugle junta tine house vacated by Mrs Suede gar Mr Belcher into tho house vacated by Beagle Miss MinnioBalJard of M t Stor ling returned frpra the bedside of her bralner Buddie Ballard who has hail fever at Suit Lick Thurs tiny and stayed with her mother Mrs Maggie Thompson P N Moore of St Louis and Mr Graves of Rendalia Ala wore the guests of Mr nnd Mrs Ro Bishop srivprnldays last week look ing over tine property and intereste the RoeTa Run Iron Co of which Mr Graves is to succeed MrBishop ts SuptD Bishop who has been Sup erintendent and Manager of tine Roes Run Iron Co here for four ind a half years has just accepted position with tho Stone Gap CIII iery Co of Ulnmorgan Vn nilt Supt of their coal mine there Mr Bishop left Saturday to assume his new duties but will return here tlc laetof tine month Mrs Bishop will spend tine intervening time in Si Louis REES FALL 1903 TREES BY THE MILLIO- Ns rind ornamental grape vines s mnuI1 fruits evergreens rhubarb asparagus and everything fjr or hurn lawunind garden No agents but best priced to thin planter CIIII nIO on to ii7FHlIIENMEyEK J SONS Ira r r t t8 4 i 1f L J r b i 4tlr t wret Wo ariTr 4 fromo nice rain Uimeiij li is sciuiio The d r1jtitartecl erovnj nicely t ulu 1obnrbro gintflip Co 2j V There iolalk that Tom 1urviU will go to Alabama Dad Wi throw is in from Collon lic will move back in the near fu ture Alexander Maze has lite barn raised und it Will soon bo com loted Joba Clark was out training his pups he wmihl runt shoot a bird out of season Thcro are some birds and thero is a whole lot of shooling at ruth bits itis supposed Joba Clark and Tom Purvis at tended tine Masonic lodge at Suit Lick Saturday night The new Superintendent a Mr Graves Inns taken control of tine mines D It Bishop tIne former Superintendent hits gone to Ala bama to tine regret of his many friends Iu the approaching Slate dee lion See that ever candidate for Legislative honors pledges himself in writing that he will work amid vote for the submission of an amendment Id our State conslitu lion providing for direct legislation ns contemplated the Initiative teferenduimund Imperative Man date Such an amendment is by no means partisan hi its nature It simply restores to the people to the plain voter a voice in the milking of laws which he is expected as a gUild citizen to conform to These t and lll1tt for legislative honors Hhnuld be compelled to laka a clear eland on this question EO lhat when the election lay comes tho peoplu may know just where n candidate stands Wo want no more legisla live candidates unpledged to the people It rests with tine voters Ii lore the Htciisfion of these impor taunt question and we believe they will ir respective of party Upper Prickly Ash George Kerr sold a yoke of oxen 1to Taylor Ellington price un known C II Carr is out on Roua Run doing some carpenters work for K S Hamilton H A Lyler and wife spent Sunday at Reynoldsvillo with Thomas Ryan ami wife Walter Harper and ri1 s f 51 Sterling visited Daniel Harper and wifu Sunday night s Riloy Chandler anti wife visited Oscar Chandler and wife III Ot ingsville one day last week W W Case and wife of Oxvinga ville were guests of Alniotizu and wife Saturday liilil uid Suii lily Mrs Daniel larporjamid CDarloe viiteila1abiiclc1F nrd tliwcukCreel he pitijt etr III Mar unitunLozit Unt xT IAlrianza Shine an wife visited TJ Carr and famtinear AJt Sterling from Thursday till Satur day oflast week Mrs runectHnmilthn came in Saturday after n three weeks visjt with her son E S Hamilton and wife on Roes Run John D Stone unIt wife returned to their homo near Carlisle Sunday after a weeks visit with their son U L Stone and wife Miss May Crouch of 0 ingsi yule and Miss Benchie Crouch of near Carrington Menifee Co were guests of Mrs B F Shrout Sunday Walter Hamilton came in from Roes Run Saturday night to his mother Mrs Jennie Hamiltons und lool violently ill with cholera mar bus but is better Joshua L Steele ofQiillinuiB ville Sangamon Co me last Wednesday to spenduKfew days with relatives here His ar rivailvus quite a surprise ia his longISharpsburg The drouth is broken Sampson Stone of MoorcGeld was hero Saturday Ernest Piper of Carlisle spent last week with Porter Peed v Judge L SRogcrs was inGeorge town several days lust week Squire T R lullwoe in Cynthi non Wednesday and Thursday J B Sprntt sold to John McDan net seven yearling eteers at 4c Ewing Conner and clay Donpnn of Owingsville wero here Saturday Howard Thompson returned Tuesday from a visit at Cynthiana Winter wraps mayo been dug up and appropriated uso in tho lastc day or twO Mrs John Triplett visiting her mother Mrs Eliza Dale at Car lisle this week Wesley jones returned 16 Mt Sterling Monday after a visit of several da s at home A great delSluC corn here is too green to cut and will therefore wake seeding Into Mrs Margaret Caldwcll returned Tuesday from Shelbyvillo whnerow fJl1HesCynlliiann visited friends hero several days last week Miss Slella Darnariy of Lesin ton utter a weeks visit to U and relatives here returned fribtHl t rithv J JF tfrfi c5 r r7 A TriplHt a IfJtown 11lIglt1ihiiyuuunlisttenitd survkeM lI E Church mere rot tlcket in llicfili n SliarpHburg for AJarehal nnd Hoard of Truatees viz the Ohm siena and t lie Peoples Coif I C Nelson of The World loft Friday on a business trip In Morehcad and also to visit hit uncle J T Jones in Clark county Judge L S Rogers and wife will leave in n few days for Carlisle to louuto Sorry to lose them from our midst as they arc good pcoplj OUla Cool and cloudy The farmers are busy sowing wheat since the ruin Mum Ben Grain nnd Miss Lizzie Denton of near Hilhboro visited Z T Crain and wife Friday John and Thomas Flora of My ers Station visited James Flora unit funnily Saturday and Sunday James Stephens and daughter Lizzie Went Sunday lo visit the formers daughter Mrs Silas Clay of Nicholas couniy Mrs lien Grain nl Misa Lizzie Denton of near lilllRhoro were the pleasant guests af James Grain and family Thursday night Mrs James Denton visited her sister Mrs Mag Fawns wino is sIck GrarigCityRov Walker preached here Sat urday night and Sunday to an at lretc2heret yearS b Harmon and wife of Sunset were guests of the hitters grandmother Mrs Eliza Cram und family Sunday and attended ser viced here James I ark land wife and grand daughter of thtrri eon county vis ited the formers daughter aIrll It dayslast 6 Geprgc Snedegar wife and chi droll of near Wyoming were the guests of tho hitters brother H C Gregory und wife Sunday nndtit tended services here Stoops quiteiekMrs J H Taulhce is able to be out again W M Kissick was elected schoil trustoe more- SVflieni is looking fino in tlni neighborhood Tiilmuco icinring fine in thi noighbiirhood 3A large acreage of whcat is bo illgMwed tInIsieinity Thllc1 Vi liiiailtotrvri t Siditri ITicr S aIintity nbustiuic Lr an Mrs R K IiiroL1idr were calltjrd iiuro Fridyuve Jh IGrogfryu v a iptei frxu their J1t1 sIitumJ Si t Aln y for o iW II and aiV Bridges at the LouisviSluHorHu Show Mrs Lou Carter was the guest of relatives in Ml Sterling must wckT Harrison Hronrn Bold 25 bhlor corn to A S Bridtjea for 3 per bbl Wonder why tile Unionmade clock doesnt quit work when i strikes 0 S Thomas and wife have re turned from a visit to relatives in Clark county JuncyIolas Coj for 150 Lawrence Fnssott and Camlhj have returned from ix visit la rilu lives near BeattyvJIIe Bridges Bros bought a fancy 3 yearold taara from T Lanilbert of Nicholas Co for 250 When thero Is will thoro is nl ways n wuyCO tho lawyers to get soraeihing out of it Many a man who tins made a mark in tIne world soon realizes that the mark is a blink One good thing nbout the rapid fire politician is after tho report there is nothing of hint left An eccentric man is ono who praises his neighbors but ho is never considered go by them E L ILIQSOtt one of our pros perHI farmers vill leave in Ilort time on n prospecting trip t1nuugL Kansas It ia said that a man spends ono third of his life iu bed but its tho other twotbirds that causes all the trouble The farmers organization it supposed to fix tho trusts but it seems us if tine trusts have already fixed the farmers In a hotlycontested game of ball High Mountain which is somewhere about 40 miles from where Montgomery empties into Bourbon the Henry basoball club defeated the Stoops club for the brenklcg championship of Ken tucky The Hoary team ia com posed of Henrys arid if anyone was to give the positions it would bo something like this Joe Henry captain Joe Henry pitcher Joo Henry left field and Joo Henry all over the field The Stoops boys ere allowing them wmo points on ball when Pitcher COocu- sent n 20 footer through tho right fioltf and aimed for a homo run but fell over tho pitchers box nn- 1eiiinisenir iLiLio wait f i was If 1 i- iJ8lbi T xifm Jit1 r J rt1j2 ti c v 41f I Jr Twlthl1aIrCllnelry4arH crows ius Jvtm one nrc1I13l1l1lll1Ilnver Jiercforu milking a triple play littiry at tine lInt8lh Innin- glicrCiOriS was throwing stich litille that he nearly Ffh reds pluyerH liuir on lire and it iiib rjjrv not the bull nearly h Uicil ulu before thoy got him to u hole of wuitj It half milo away 311reltpitcher and lit in tho ccnier field ers pocket It was thought line bull was lost but the c f owned up and the game progressed as usual Sloops nt Lint The writer ilanted n bull in the pitchers leg and came ncnr breaking it his leg not tho bull Tho umpire quietly slept by n cheerful blaze behind the pitchers box Ho wile not cd missed until the players gut into u dispute over what kjnd of a foul it the ball not the umpire wits There were 40 or 50 rooterS in tho fluid but it couldnt be said which sido they were rootin foras they kept on rootin and at tho end of tine game they had about 10ilc res turned up Tho umpire who was sleeping was evidently having a nightmare for nilof a sudden he begun letting out demoniacal yells and kicking fire all over the dia mans Tho pitchers box caught lire and by the time it was extinguished tho eun was clown and the Stoops boys departed for home do elating tho championship wasnt much after till Savoyards Letter Louisville Pos- tWashixigtcnOct31hmut speech Gen Buckner delivered at Mun fordvillo nt the opening of tine Re publican campaign is an extraor dinary production If you road it you will lind that it sticks to you It is full of suggestion It makes men think It shows a mUll how to be n rent Democrat rather than a ahaui Democrat It thaws a mat what a real Kentuckian is us distinguished from a sham Kcnluck ill We arc fallen on troublous tI evil times in tho old Common velllthwhcn the flower of tho State ac known as former Democrats Who is Simon Bolivar Buckner Ill tell you who he Is When Ihe mighty things of 1661 were to be done tints man vas fought by the Federal utiihoritics and he was of lured high corntnalul in the Union armies But then as now Si won Bolivar Buckner had conviition and he followed them regardless Of consequences Gen Lee did no more He too was courted by thsr North nnd he too went South but there was a difference LcuV property was at hiiSouthu Buck tiers was at the North And that w iiit all f it either lltichnpri prpty wets iniru citi liorabk twrtiapCrVOTi tiny other IIIIIIH wlp vojit to the Siumnl bhlt Do ihij iittle IIIIH yiin IIliIUII CJcu 5uekner as a rue utli unil u rhor Fee nothing lo commend in thai rV imbjy hut That IIrt IIfCull Ihemtorm it srn aiim 1iiiie ilindplc Thun they sneer at the surrender of Donilson That id a varyiiIi temptibta thing to do Two pnlit fchl JeneriilB were over Buckncr fliiiti 1teymtmiiinaged tine Citiipiigi Huckmp wt tIle rosponsibilily When Floyd anti IillovV intithrtt4iv ed everything slid lied Uuckner surrendered to Gave his men it was a brave thing to do andcii rely and utllgctlr charllc1rlst ie He did not know that he would not bo tried fur treason condemned and executed The Federal gay pnltsion was high There was general demand for rigor Perhaps that isj why Buekners superiors at Fort Donelsnn got out of the way But Buckner did what duty ordered He always obeyed tHe dictates of duty and of conscience in civil and in military life He is supporting the Republican ticket this year simply because thero is do Democratic ticket to support Something must bo wrong in Kentucky tho times must be out of joint when such mon ns Simon Bolivar Buckner are without the Democratic household Ho was a Democrat in hid yriuth in his early manhood in his mature manhood and ho is a Democrat tins good day in his old ago Ho was nDemoclat in the Executive mansion ntl rank fort ho was n Democratic candi dItto for Vice President lIe was n Democrat when he made that speech at Munfordville Every man in Kentucky regardless of polities ought to rend and reread ponder and ponder again that Munford superlsaul or written about this cam paign as to leave nil else out of our minds It is it lofty patriotism it isn viso statesrafanBhip It is the utterance of n cage No man ought tq vote thi8 year until he has read that speech 1 hope time Post will print it again Tho Democratic party of Ken tucky is nothing hut u machine of small non That machine tells who shall have this office who small have that office mind wino shall Imvo tho othe r office When I was n young man attended Deniocratic Stntoconventiomi at FVunltfdrt n delegate from Melonlf untyIt was February 22 1867 Thcro was no machine in those days Nothing but the JefFersonian test was applied Wq nominated for Gov ernor John L Helm over Richard H Stanton but there was not Limo cilghest shadow of bossism in the not The platform rt4S of more mportanco than the ticket It was a largo eftnvention for the petiplo wore aroused but there were Bone of tho capers nnd shines of nowadays It was us dilFeront roin thovictorioii8 Music Hall con on lion as Christs sermon on the wuount is different from Molocks peeeh in heJl Jtaqciiotv Yi s M t it i r ici t iIJ L tt f zJhi 3 f- g1 r4a frI I1 1 Ja 44 A r wtau Farie JAF For Ladies of Taste and Style j5rr 1 VE2TRE OWING Dress Goods Dept ZlBE1fSILKS and other swell fabrics Hosiery Department j WE CATER TO THE TRADE OF THE I AnY WHO KNOWS J GOOD HOSIERY WHEN SHE H SEES IT WE HAVE IT S FROM lOc TO 3 PER PAIR 7 1i ICES 5 We to our in i lirway so we to 4f of our ne AT il J TO ftfwe have the t V r J j f AT and C E r FOR A R e I I I f r j4F t 2 p JJ C Q i i ly 1=different from the action of the Music hull IlInven Hon ns tine or derly of free men is different from thin out rages of n mob We vfcrii Ifill ihe people with our ticket and our pint form nnd there never was n mo nicnt ot doubt as to tine result Wo did nut hare to steal election in those days Our swOre by freo men in free and open iho Com mittrc of was noLdtim incited by a vugnr and vicious boss and was not the winnie thing And stt it fur years Had the party of Ken ritcky pin rsheil that con rse all the lini liire iiexirr woulU llaVe been ilny when wTiuld hayt cfiud Iciiyuunsire chuiifo to go lie Hltliiran mutt boll stands 16 g n Ictlinlii Hut men camo on to of limo Ken Lucky nnd tJnir gener alioii knew mi Joseph Vn iiave fallen limps wluMij tll jgil muuiflhuinm ion in Ken IlwloWC iui sie iho muiIiine If Ihf Inieh inc is for uz wlui toun- lie iigniiiHi ni 7 What do vij clIle whi our are i r what tliHir numlnirs IIrl1 The arid a c holds its own counts Its own voteK certifies its own cltc cog might Flip uiachhic might lose a hint s it knows about to add a column of figures of its own It ran curry a chction failed They dont want any The murdered Goebel is enough for them Smo of them whom the lao Goebel lint marked for the lire on tlio stump yelling murder Goebel dead is worth a thousand Goebcls living to the liarfy that chctaleltilcals elecl has injury to time Suite There is not going to toe nn easy III until the pnrty gets to bo Demo cralio enough for such men US Si mon Bolivar Buckner to vote with it Savo ards Lattar PostI Oct is I in from Green county to the State line on tho border and Iron tine west of Pulaski court ty to tine east of Barren count lluit has no railroad 1 do Riot know tho extent of thid region hut it is very From to the State line is Iii least fifty miles and from to Somerset must Iii nearly 100 iniles for it is forty four miles from to 1 suppose there is a of at least 5000 miles here thut use been Forty years ngo it Was the finest timbered county InAiner fen and it hud both rind soft It is a fine nnd It is full of oil and inns plenty of coal and If there is a region in the world that invites a railroad it Is here But is ruled myt set of statesmen Who adhere to the Goebel school They are agiii tho roads All tine uso they havc torn is to to con tribute1 it lo tine fund it has boon and n6ver denied so far us I know thnt Coy Uekv bamhod like that on his mind when ho wrote that eStraor dinnry Ittter nbout grnfrs and A decent respect tile c State ought to have the Governor to that letter If ho knows any why does he not name them to the end that the unwary may bo warned and taktf is steps to avoid them Bunt to get back to tho ions rite lute Goebel al hat tine vjre the cnemids y Ot i ks pi Th 1 r Everything desirable irljR r lt J CERIZED WA1ST1N3and l VESTINGiGINGI1MS f IJAilBRAYSiind y J i t 1 Undervvearept rrc UNION SUITS nnji4IJAR 1 d r i iATE GARiFr1 l RV j and STYLES L ci r desire accommodate friends very possible equestrou order samples anything desired In 5PECIA TENT1UN GIVEN ORDERS I Dont forget McOALL BAZAR PATTENS TEN FIFTEEN JJT5 WRITE FASHION SHEET IM SAMUELS 9 STERLING KENTUCKY 4 FIVE HUNDRED PAils t soDESf f At Less ThanActo1 i OODP ASTER COONSfc r assembly tumultuous candidates nojliinaled assembly Credentials continued Democratic KoultHltr ilrsignSng boleaders Doiiiocrab Uetiiiicraiic oppiinents Jridinrii1 tionlA andjhe conveittioi uylonti ciynrgh arithmetic Kinking primary Uiil- ler platform political slaughter candidates wrought incalculable Democinlicconscicnce Kentucky 6AVoiAnD Loiiisvilie Washington 5There territory Kentucky extending Tennessee boundary boundary considerable Grcensburg Glasgow Glasgow Columbia territory entirely neglected hardwoods agricultural stoCkrul5ingc9untry limestone Kentucky corporation forcejt campaign charged something grafters prompted explain grafters Vorpora preaehod rujlrocds nt r Wash Goods NOtLTY GOODS MAIL 2J i1 rof the people and t ffo talus believed liiinjlt ji ship tended in no Vtij s J and that to make Kjiiluefcy to liofd the corprrhlloiiB WriluHigh corporatiutrliave no vs iy they are liVnnah JVial is ffthey go wbore ther are w1jp Th y do bii6ine8 fr commun Unit encourage thui They iui not builded ruilroutb in IMetpa j is jPLw r Monroe Cumiei Ia tic Clinti a luau 1krsell Adair anti Wayiecbunlles be mcuiite ihb Democratic rur 4r1 railrcndi that IPJ ihe i i Deraccincy z I see lhat young GVv Beuit Iran been pluming his adrniniM flion on the fact that u large uttlmnE her of corporation hncwc rcc titlj been broiight into mi toridthe I old Conimiiiuvealtli Tiat it Ie tint iln fuel if that capital wii hut P Kjn Keiuuiky I5 1siigitati slimy other unlace tar It r g i erhidy knuws tlnti knd liii nou id obvious 1llu Kent DiTaoerrry uiultr tine bead iiiiu I jhiMllmtiih wilr iin capital lb 5 there f another rrnsoir It iidreason And here lii lnlt1Iuuuig Capital bartnot grtalbng witlimit Iniv LHivciiniiot Qtiilong witll out jtietirc Justice cmnumnt ot thing wittmotit cqijjilityvIfclen lions ur9tti1eiit p isiiia evervy tiling candidates of ono iiarty are allowed to be elect 4 cd it follows as consequence fot lows cause that only men of th dominant party ceo gaiii a vonlud in u ittV suit Nun that is rer tain Stolen elections make pnr liean courts A State that u 2 fcdtulnnb the evil work of the ia Imiinarian Democracy Kentucky from the Music Hall convention to 5 the present ia in il had fix There is but one tiling for that pooplo to do and lliat is to rebuke iho ma cliinc lhat got tine party and ibo Slato in this box There is hint one way to do it and that to makj tine uidvefee voteso big they pjr ribS lure to steal it y There is no other State so boup toously favored dsKcntucky Thef iis no other State whose product are so diversified Every agricu turnl product except cotton ancacane sugar thdttlwj country pro duces is grown in Kentucky It is the first State in the Union for dloottci livestock tobacco and whisky Jis timber is not excelled in the world It is full of coat iron and stone Il has more nuvi gable streams than any other Staid ti its natural r sources are hound 4 less All that fa needed is lawnnd you cant have law without justice As I understand it it hits been a lung time since there was any rail road building in tine State other than 8orao little odds and ends to jround out tho lines flint were built t before Goebel ism got tine Demo oratio party by tine throat and choked it into submission Wifl Beckhams election promote railroad building in the territory mcntionodr You cant develop if I State without railroads Millions of dbllnrs worth of timber walnut oak hickory and poplar inns been tiSen out ol that region and what ought lo bach been big profits was Rival In wed up by hauling thin lum jer Over tine miserable dirt roads Enough biAs been lost ihii way to lavo given every counly in that district a road and every ccmnty seat a depot What lees themen i owns prophrty this xo Jpromise hirasel tvhien he Beckham Nothing in the buta continuancc of the rv ondition of timings line p gifl tino raihroads ARniSO cannot do for tine Stale what iW be done if Kentucky is lo take 7l rank in tine sisterhood to which sin entitled What is tine answer the Beckhnra crowd make to a plea for industri progress Why ft is that GoeC fc3NrINU oirFmtsr mtcccj 4Q 4 14c 4 4