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Blaknd white fema1e J 0 jward for Information 12tb t I S D Tnoursoic I Ji1IIEltate Oak Radiant Rometr Heaters I d AirTight v t J Biso m1 HARDWARE MrsCora Conner took hfer pu1 pili on an outing to Carringttit Ib 4 e Rook Saturday TWy fttt big iime Acker Lodge A O tt Wwlllta ttlv a in the CircultCourl t 3 tA ont ThOTuedtiy4 tiigb Oct 27thSMf John Gillon has Just return 4frtf d from the CIty with a complete Me fIIUery Be sure to call a i B on her before buying x t4 MTWtNnflloleU fell at her bom H iSlRtVtfle Tietay ffiorniagb irJ Ik i4ei left arm j0 pa1 J ber 7 tIIJO ght a lot Hz oft t IhO eastertiu burbalbU40fl itIJ L The wtfCfrfcKii were onbet teeK aaft Saturday Will Tom l Sxtna killed sixteen bluewing- nBdMtheragotfeome1 aluo b Lookout for wintrr and get your t ifttingitre or grate Byron J iuudwire Is full o1thea ruut lit J i mid prices lower than ever LALLJ AHlhie irptodate hcaterB oth 1 inndt tHbtln hand irady foe 1 Ii pectlon prices the lowest I BTBOH BROSL R6bert Iyof color 01a 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and an interest i Jv IWi J J iit ha TemtitirJoha ChaflB of t4w 0lark Co was IR to see t fPaUrday bViBglng a burlo ity Sf W SIR tbferf a ptrlfied turtle Hfcat kUupBB Shields CUB 4 fff1 aughaa 1sr It kMlhterest L1 if 1MI01t 1 c y rovxDroAazsRolIaGreenet t wrIteiiiidfr t OB v t l NMr Catapasia that I PJf R tk is bovd for Paris France He i I1Hayacerrlbe silk I Y7 aadIllIMry ieprte t of the Y it ChM froadway Rouss store New eBd Izte hOt0 l t YorkiypiM1 trt nfan HlHLold friedtn Bath IIlt 1eoiuyuIlI retuhi Decem j 4 Il t It Ipnt1 The 1 z 4grti r P Ofe Hitl dg u n b r JiN Tot Morris k t 1 ra j Jl Wotr f t l 4 Lt 0 yJ1 f fml 1fjit itt l Ir 1 j f 8t t i t4 l j tJ1 t ef t r 14 r p lTI tl4 r 1 v t flrfjI fy k r t t1 0q Jr I I j nf ftN r irtIjjitiJr iifi titlfj Jjf jt1 r n f 7 j 7 I 7 YIoi t 4 i a hLiiI tA r rrt m it vf J 1 J1 jJ JfrfJffiJ1 tI i t tvrtrfwIJ f Vj tilJ Jflki fl fIL 1 1eBA It jw l t tt 1 r i rtI 9 t1j 9 U H irr1 Q JiV 4era o t Atlr 1 CJIi ri IJcftfh Sotts PERSONAL line reCtfrticd CovIiiKtofi Mrs H O went visit relatives itt Louisville MtH Mrs WS dttd ell left afternoon for a visit tT Miss Emily Brother rottitned Sterling week from a visit to friends at spentfromSaturdiiy atives in Mt Sterling Miss Stella Sweeney of Louisville Is the guest of Mr and Mrs John F Connor on Prickly Ash Mrs Ray Patterson returned Fri day from ft visit to hcrpa onts Prof and Mni lox In Winchester Stephen M of Jones Branch has hdtll186rlllUB attack of pneumonia but was better at last re portMrs lambs HWood slid Mrs WniI Duty of Mr SterlhiS Were Mr and Mrs tolihV Hortalier Tues I day GoodplisttlrwLlRwlthher pheMisses Bottle a dSaUnd Jthdays last IY iIof James H Young traveling clrou lotion manager of the CInoInnntlEn quirer was bern last week in the in restof his paper tr RoJr McIntyre and Dr Oliver P McIntyre ot OarUslo were In town jjtoltphrnIa Tijornton McCl41 near Church Pliofvisit to their parents Mr and Mrs S Wren wear Judy Mrs Susan Coyle removed Wed nesday of last week from east of IbrotherlCIRevron and Miss Sallla Fans returned Wednesday of last week from a visit h q relatives and frleads at Mt Ser U- lu1g Pastrand Master John ARam tIMsonic Grand Lodge nt Loulavill this week Thos P Honakor of lower State hrJtlxei lpftWednesday of last week on n business trip toUIennont couui y Ohio Ho will return tho latter part oftlils cekoMr anil Mrs W Thy Patterson RndUllMrs Sarah Liridgua in Montgomery counlMsffH Mra LlBzIe Wells and furajli of Run hnvo moved IntCMthe house on theO d WMOJM brhlYalSlotioC Wadcs Mill Clark C ii t ueft1 of Mr and Mrs Nitliahlel Murkialldttttho NowU8nR UlUSP Sunday and Mr and Mrs P V ftoin left VItileHefUn dan litcr of Mr nnwl Mrs James Heflin utFIiton toMr ril i E Barnos a young buslnflSS man W hiT9ellda altQebT Ydtfrtg James Y Basconi Blpe WeJl Peter GoodAn Lee Good- aster Sam Dogeett WmNlxontl toNBfaYteronGoodpa Wr Tames T IetersMao A Peed X N Crooks CorneliathSyth Bdtt GeoPJones ttbertEtftlirnm Andrew Minihan Robert Nixdn fHnrydoor to the Racket Store wouldJ be glad to eee Hof1Wr d ers CASE or SXALLiOXTbo Bath pBButler ClhriBtvB home on Peeleda jjChriBtyJJO1x i Q 4Mi1tT15M aj o r Wright iSf colpri took his children c to the circus at Mt Sterling Tues w day of last week When they re tttrned home btr 5b11dren took sick doedving night and an diherFridaytfight The physician- spronoinice their disease meningl tic Others of the children were shk bArThompson writes from Clay W Ya that he and George ord arcv the only onesleft at that point out iif thetbfrteeBthat WJaposea the iparty from this stion originally Leonard will be back hose Christ nag He like the place sad is ating motley CAm SALBS Peed 4 Lathram boughttwentyfour 1250lb ugh xportinJtHe of Frees Barnes a i ofirtfridsparlles twbntyfour fat butcMer steeTs Wrtd Wlfers a 2o to 3 cents per pdUnctsnen 800lb8eteers df Qhas Dawson a t 20 eleven lOGOtbbelterlofJI M KIthartat 3e for JOtb NOj vember delivery NAMKC Dir Gi rtK Batints Jdg n lrk and Thor ktte fAt hea Who were eanj dltiltisrdt ClrcihJudKe anilCo- miovsalths AttOrney respectively Inflia di trictured the riceel r jttrattres df vOters to pet i to1V th trtta e printed t olciaIbahl9tebdt mates ingthe1rapplIcstiona wittf the etgi y nf State they flied the m be county clerks Red rMMB failed tot tn bRldae U fir J tt u tIai t 3 J = t 0 = 1 I can save you big rntuy on your Outing Cloth FIr Jlette Ladies and Childrens non Un derwear CASH t Mrs D S Estill As ANOTHER SEES tJaThe ted ag of two people who are congen al in every respect who are enu nently to each other and who can safely look forward to a long life of unalloyed joy and hap iness is alwbys an occasion of uch gratification to their friends Therefore in the marriage of Mr ohn William Honaker of this own and Miss Mary Nesbitt Duty Mt Sterling the joy of their friends is great Tho wedding occurred at the res- Idence of the brides brother Bruce Duty in Mt Sterling at 630 oclock Wcdntlday evening Oct 1903 Rev H 0 Turner of Methodist Church officiated he wedding was charming in its- implicity Mr Bruce P Duty preceded the bridal couple into the- arlors where the immediate fatal- es of the contracting parties were arranged in a semicircle Just Inside the door they halted and ROT DC Turner of the Mt Ster linK M E Church stepped forward nd with the beautiful Methodist the two were prononaded- usband arid wifeL The parlor was- andaoweLydeoratediri honor of e occasion Immediistelyatter tbe ceremoey th part on tered carriages aRil er hr ltlt horte of the groomrntuthertin town where an elegant Iuru9 con was served Mr and Mri llnnakcr will reside el the old home The bride is the only daughter tutyfMLSIoringthefoier Bath county who was for raahy years one of the best known rain inters in this section residing nt Mayavihleheexceptionally charming dispopi tion Her frfefctH are numbered t y the thousand ativj sfre is wurraly welcomed to this town Mrs Hon ker is related to fvrra bV thej oat prominent fomilics in the county and she w i n valuable addition to Owingviiie society Mr Honaker has since Feb 4t111 1892 been editor of TOE OWINOB ILLa OOKOO JJe is a son of rs Margare Hoseaker of this town his lathe feeing ilia late C Honaker The writer has been ttmatelyaaeooiated witV him in- ulneas for over ten years and in l that timo he has ever shown mself indulgent and considerate I Higbly edacated and sociable in e extreme lit Is a great pleasure bewitb hkn Their many friends extend to- rand Mrs Hnaker their flin cerest best Wishes atifl hope thut tbelrjoyamayeVurbe undimmed byanyclotld tlre1VeddinglrH Duty of Covlngton Miss ucy Honaker H Mr find MTS amea M Ross of this town JfRINEW COBS New corn sold last week by the wagonload at 350 erbarrel Other sales of 25 bbls t 2 SO bbls at 259 and 50 bbls t 3wcrO reported So the mar et price has a wide range A O uw LODORAT SALT LICK The following members of the two ingsvf1lbo bgtr of the Anent Order of United Workmen ont outto Salt Lick Wednesday Highland assisted in the organiza tion of a lodge of the order con taining fourteen members fi Minihan AT Byron SD Thomp on Jos D Sheehan JL Hess N R Patterson CtV Tipton Ed Palmer Arthur Power J E Shee aa The lodge is Salt Lick No VAOU W Grand Uaster Thos D Osborne of LoUis took the leadassUted by State Organizer W E Gilkerson of WlDcbtster FINK DtKTAi Orrioc Dr Geo W Conner is building an addition to his deataltilDca to make room for his new outfit of dorttal inatra tbettorborogbne8soft not surpassed this side of Lexington and 4shgbly creditable to a town of this size Dr Conner ha been practicing derftlstry in thlr town for sixteen earsafltI literal ly his praise Is In the mnuth of ev cry on whqajhobas done den tat wotk Bridge work is a srnDclalt- hetVle hasanna this sos 1l f Jihave0 dthtln i ses ofi rJ f t i j a c i c FRO s lHoKADowaey Day Co Okr 13 1903 OWISQS VILLa Ovii Dear Editor and Many Readers OI THK OUTLOOK This part ofOklahoma about tin center north and south and near TerrltoryWelevel with some timber on tIi creeks and canyons iboth soft hard or gip water and three kinds of land black hard land and red hardlund and sandy land The black and red land is the best iti very fertile The sandy land is not so strong hut it produces good stuff The principal crops ore wheat OatS corn kafflr corn milem amuse cane broom corn and cotton All do well We can make a half or twothirds crop on sod with but little ruin To plant a sod crop we in Mity when the grass is green turn the sod witha 14 inch sod plow on the seed every third furrow and that It all until gathering time s This is a very healthful country t I havent heard ofany sickness this summer The climate is good and dry The country is thinly fettled but is Riling up fast This t is a bo II Bead country all section r Ized There is Ipts of Innd to sell from 200 to lWO per claim or quarter Deeded land is scarce frad rgheru Thpro is some vacant TforischeapVitJsI advancing all tIre time fast Iebple t1atwlttJndIIn Otluhomn must gel 1k soon they Yfhnt togt it olicitrv jSchttal nnd church IIDUSCP are Pri jbut ate being built fast At presen i wi 1thero1teataire railroad at Srceent The people here ate from Texaq ArkiuiKus Tenne88eeKentickyOhi Indiann llllnoip Sliosoufj ebratka 1 t Kaniskautliritr rfl here ubout theffrwcD- rropniber and quit about April 15 X Ifvould advise those leaving there no matter whero they go to sub scribe for THE OUTLOOK it way nob Interest you xdilo you are tlier but when you get hundreds of miles away it will interest you very much Be sure totske it with you You will wish the writers would be more prompt too If this interests Anyone and he wails to ask any questions abut this country I will answer them the besL1canife sends stamptI will eIosebysaying iOUTLOOK and its many best success in nil bOli elBthrougb1O- lolt life Yours as ever J M owlEYi Mt 5W ttTHaCoTiBT There was a bip crowd of peoplo at Mt Sterling Monday and a large number of cattle on the market Yearlings and twoyearolds ranged Jn price from So to SJc Trade in stock was brisk Dawson Tapp sold five fOO Ib yearlings to Robert Crooks at 365 ahd oneS 55 Several bunches of yearlings brought up about th sane price The prices of mules and mule colts were stoodI BLANKS von SAiLFor blank oil lenses deeds mortgages notes proofs of account verifications of demand warrants summons ordi nary sheriffs BaleSj affidavits for attachment notices to take depo sitions indictments for selling on Sunday indictments for gaming appraisement boards subpoenas bench warrants capias pro fine come to TOE OUTLOOK office we have them in stock TohCiRusroNDaNTsIt Would be a great accommodation to us if all correspondents who can do so would sand their items in so they would roach this office on Monday In this way the work can be properly divided bethreen Monday and TuOday and th forma can be pre pared for going to press bdforej night Tuesday Otherwise the printers have to work after night andthey dont Ielt a little bit iffter working ha rd during the day nlso ltoWlthOoti JOB Pat HAOW press and upt date type rffthe maettasteful defeign Tax OtrttJonk Is now turnin outtbebestjo b work that can bo printed frora- t3Ie8 Come a dsee our samples and you will vinted that you can et ToIv lone ns u fJf f t RACKET STOREW- ehave 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 Mens Bow Ties 20 10 Be Cordaroy Pants pr 120 Ladies Jackets 36 450 225 Ladles Cnpeb 4 2 150 125 Misses Jackets 250 Mens Caps 30 25 IBe PillowCaSes lOc Braid White 6 yds 40 Jews Harp 54 30 Childrens Easy Waist 20 150 Shoe Blacking Daubers 501 DASH PAID FOR EGGS EW HEFLIN YonsoSTKrHEHs Mr John D Young Jr youngest son of Judge John D Young and Miss Florence andIling were married Monday even ing Oct 12th at 730 o dock Mr and Mrs Young have TOE OUTLOOKS best wishesC- ORRESPONDENTS WANTED ToE OUTLOOK would like to have a cor respondent in each of the follow log neighborhoods Shnrburno Flat Creek Wyoming and Farmers We want writers who wilt send real news and not mere neighbnrhoqd visiting which is not of interest to most of our readers Some cor respondents are too uncertain in1 regard to sending in items so we hall drop them unless they do bet er SharpedDr Bones rides around in an automobile Guess ho wishes o create an impression Wheat onUlm Guest he wishes to create patients Hes a surgeon you known THE REAL Tatso VirginiaRos mond Josephine ourc lored maid rom the South is the proud pos of a rhinestone belt buckle which her mistress brought her ome from Paris not long sinceh Teddy a kcd her the other lAre they real diamonds Gin nySNo indeed she replied wit- hJo a her woolly pompadour Vljeyjk real grindstones Miss- yttiietql to me from Paradise Li iilncott MagazineoA fool irt jgon r Uy a person wlio detect yourfnrhtwhiilo you are j3 the MCI ofetUe attention to sriwt WTUB e levance of nIta few wo ren Hguinst their husbpR is that he latter give them no ground for griurtmces Only a stuart man can oonpeal l3Isutto think he is If we could draw checks as easi ty as we draw unkind fafevences automobiles would be da commons aparrowsSucoessJo Slurring Tomnrkd had been made by an ed tor about a mayor in a southern townlI8ld Gen Joseph Wheeler n speaking of people whb knew iow to get out of eo barras sing po itions The mayor was n big slendey1undersized J riot for the dignity of my posltluoI Id wpe yoa off the face earth declared the mayor Get out of town for Ill certainly do so when I finish my term The editor did not leave town but wentTto work He 14politle8nomination The incumbent whoI had been up for renomination wan furious and his language livid When he iofl exhausted himself the little editarsald very meekly I Mr Mayor its this way The moment you step out Ill step in and your respect for the dignity of the office will protect me from vi olencoExionr A SNAKE Squire J B Noble who lives on T rouble some creek at the mouth of Caney recently went out on the ridge to salt hits cattle and while driving a steer along narrow path on top of the ridge a largo rottleinako struck at the hind legs 61 the steer but missed them and brushed against blu body He was walking very olowbebind the steer and had a narrovettape from beingbitten The venomous monster Immediately coiled again in the path behind him to make further battle for the fight of iposseofiion Mr Noble hay- Ing been so dlose to it bllltstruck that he was compelled to jump overlt He celzcd rooks and lubs anti other implements ol warfare as were procurable the circumstances and Qndlly erie teeQed in destroying his aniagnn fet It was four feet and forjinches ngand sixJnches in andiind f 0 eon vttlea wiich ir dicate t thlCt herrit t bt no lh t i Id g e fr J e Chambers lOc Shotguns Warranted 950 500 25 Loaded Shells tOo Buggy Robes 2752125 Linen Thread Spool 5o NegligeeShirts 371eChoiceBaby Caps 25 15 12o Granite Cuspidors 15c Owingsvillc Kentucky omraissioners Sale I Bath Circuit Court- AVBPowersAdministratrix Plff EquityWBy virtue of a judgment and or der of eale of the Bath Circuit Court rendered at thai October term thereof 1903 in the above stylnd cause the undersigned Mas ter Commissioner will on MONDAY NOVEMBER 9 1903 dybetweenlDft3oclckpDI proceed to offer for sale at public etlob to the bigheat nnd best bide at this QwingevilleKe prtif rty towit A pareelpf land lying IB the town of OwingBvilIe Kentuckyup on which there is a blacksmith shop and bounded aa follows on the north and wes by the land of G A Peed on the south by Henry street and on the east by a street rurining northwardly from the southeast corner of said shop to the land of W M Wright Terms Sulo will be made ona credit of six months for onohalf twelve months for the other alf of tho purchase price TbeI purchaser will be required to execute bond for the purchase money with approved security bearing 6 per cent interest from dny of sl1leI until paid payable to the Commis sioner having the force and effect f a judgment and retaining a lien n said property until all of the purchase money is paid G C EWING Master Commissioner C W Goodpaster Attorney The Shau COLDSET TIRE SETTER THE MACHINE THAT DOES IT RIGHT The above illustration represents tbe Sohau Coldset Tire Setter ready for operation This famous machine is a marvel in simplicity construction and in tha wonderful result producedperforming- the work heretofore done by the blacksmith doing it quicker cheaper and better TIre great utility thismachine consists in the saving of time la bor and expense wo set forth the following advantages over tbe old way of sbtting tires 1 No fuel is required 2 No tires are taken off 3 No bolts are taken out and thrown away 4 Any degree of dish can be put in tho wheel 6 Four tirescan be sot in one halt hours time 6 No burning or jnarrins of felloe 7 No spoiling of wheels by weld ing the tires too ehort B It does far neater work than can be done by taking thetire olF 9 THo boring of tho felloe for new bolt boles Estill Honaker1 have ono of these tire setters Get them to set your tires with i- tENGRAVG anyrklndalOO engraving mnchine Hove ringesdone in the latest etyle and at rod sonable prices fip COl ISTn GEI JEWELER OWINGSWLLE K dillss Smftrt7tH C through algebra i WiUio qfiumply i was in tho night nns f muo hitb0 lac t4ct a 0 0 tl 4c r4 s i i 4 1t i t t fk or r 1 L i y f ff i lISADDLEsHA3Vhy d T i r iSaddle or Harness when you canget strict made right hero athome and made out of thi rdloather and by men that only make firmclass V 1 tH tOur KENTUCKY SIRING f j C tl LJIfalways use thorn I have the best line of saddlery goodSt aaa SfcSI Jpart of the State lam Yours for best saddles and harness J EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSYTLLE KY SAM P ATCHISON IDRUCCIST W FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBECa CIGARS fc 1 I BUY GREEN H0E1 t t jltSMADEbestwearing leather in the world For sale by Oscar Chandler d rnG 0 PricesToSuitTimes J n r65C lace curtains for 4C I90C u u 36 r I8c lawns for Sc 1ior Al 2 satin ribbon per yd 2C 4 I 5C laces for 4c jfr 1456oc Jlf It30C dresser scarfs for 22C 1E Floor oil cloth per yd 22C tliens heavy shoes regular 125 850 ufineu U U- u KangaroogUaranteed 150 275Ladies I 15960cMensusuts regular 54 for 298 CASH PAID FOR EGOS AND HENS i One door above Lt Oscar Chandler Postoffice i 2 PUBLIC SALE SHORTHORN CffFlLEv THURSDAYOCT 29d3 1 p m I will sell on the ahove dote at the Ware Stable Cynthiann Ky about HEAD OFHIGHnRFDS- HORTOU HORN CATTLK Consisting of Waterloos Airdries DuchessKirk Livingstons etc There will be among the lot cows heiferdand YQungbulls all iu good shape Also Saturday Oct 311903- at 10 a mat same stable 25 HEAD OF HORSES TrottliiffBred and Saddle Also some nice young Jacks 2 or 8 yonrs old and several Jennets safe In foal Two Frazier road carts Terms cash or 6 months with 6 per cent Interest Send for catalogue JOSH BARTKSN Oynthlnna Ky AWJLYDICKAuct Our Repair Shop Do you know that we have one among tIre host repair departments in Eastern Kentuctcyequipped with J uptodate odli ahd machinery and a stock dfuiRteriul and repairs that achy shop need not be ashamed of A pretty broad assertion but it is a fact nevertheless and Eleven Years atthe Bench has taught us the whys nnd whercores necessary to handle it successfully That it is a success is shown by the conetnntetream ut watches locks Jewelry etc tlnt is daily brought to us for repair Watch repairing is our specialty but we can do most any kind of small and delicate repairing Our motto is Well do It right or not at aU Do you know where eight watch es out of every ten are ruined It is by some so called repairer You drop your watch anti break ItIfI- ts properly repaired its as good as ever hut I urn sorry to that its very easy 10lenTelitlthreP- ilirer who willdo it more Injury hnn the full when YlU get it back They either dont k7nyy notprcpureI p fT fr i mieigtii o rt = t i0 0fl ti gg v fF i tftf u 1U f iz A Jw 4 A I iLrz Owingsviilel Kentucky 4 OLD HICKORY Whiar tuckys best Good iu gOd1n wellnespV good at Sold by S P Atchison uiIjlmI JOKESLivery OWINGSVILLE KY 0 mulebuyers f with Preston Station rW S GUD tELLAATTYATLAW Oraco Hvlth R Gudgfcll Court St OWIKG3VILLE tonI10000 GIVEN lIWlIti f THE LOUISVILLE couRIER JOURNAL TO MAKE A CASA DISTRIBFIIONTO sun SCRIBERS t In 1891 2 the CourierJournffi of Lotisville Ky inuu ur ted and carried to a uceessful iceue thg itfirst great estimating contest ecei conducted by a new pnpfr This contest was based on thePresiden t Hal election of 1892 and 1440 was distributed to GQUricrJournal readers Jr In response to numerous request the CutirlcrJjurnal has decided to inaugurate nmilherEirailiir contest Imsudiiti the totnl vole caTet for alt t cnmlidate for Governor of Ken 0 tucky in this elecJiin November s tCOIldgiven away to eucc98ful eBtimof tore There wl AinglIlft cit tWiOOO 2000 000500300 t 200 160 100 50 andaO and 1670 gifts of 10 each In addition there will be glue of 6QO 300 cjand 200 for the bet estunai Wceived b fore Airaiwir T Septmber i The ftiiip t4P er ie L i 1 r q ast a 7k LMi tt kjMzkJ mts rr t it s t tq tS r i 4It t tya it 0 Sf t ts t WlOOK I j 1 c O Publishers t s J 1h KENTUCKY J t OF TIME 4 1erM tlcet alIIng one bv v p sureleN pathless tea i I j carries a freight ore precious In weight ueaftl of an argosy 1 tlm and strong and l 1 veast the taleI 4 h eaEes I hlf1 ass L 4allk t t the narrow path a ys truet flISj 1Int hIh 4 r i I blue 1 surePr Stt tt TaItilLu i nknown shore lyp i r i e the years that breast q l v V lent pen ef time fnUhCul Culn l da Fathers will 1 i In manyttny sublime Oio i p They leave behind a light In their Wake truo than the phosphorus clow jKor For they usher tho day S And they show the way i Of God on this earth below s 2 The books ar kept by an angels hand There Is nyvet nn Item lost S atm Not a hope nor a fear Not R prayer nor a tearr ZW1tIJe the boundless sea Is crossed t 4 But the day will come when the ocean of 4 Ume tWill swell and bent no more the last ship ride 1Ocra dying tide- t To that distant unknown shore ltIt When the Morrnstvept years have nn loaded their freight t t3t The souls und the leeds of men When the last sun ell- Ii When vain are regrets Twtmt will the reckoning be then ikrl I 4ti Jennle LLyall In Christian Work Cr t 4 1 1 iADaughter 4 h l1 ofthe SiouxJ t t By OEM CHA1LES liNe r l J Crpjrlclt MB bj Tin iBotett Conpuj H 1 3CII1TER II CoxrmiED- io That night the sentries had just tij called off half past one when there 9 il l V was acme commotion at the guard h tns A courier had riddelIn pest 1 t m the ontl ng n off jf i ieif rtar up under the lee 4 II1qthe p li ange The corporal t I 4of the gn J t victharge of his reek ir 55mE horse wljije the sergeant led the r messenger to the commanders quar 5 i i 4nr The major A was already awake lnghull dressed Call the adju rant was all he said on reading the dispatch andtbe sergeant sped t 7 away In less than five minutes he Z was back I r could get BO answer to my theWFor a moment the major stood in 1 silence then briefly saying Call I Copt 1layttirned again to the dim JlIhtcdhnlhI oJ his commodiom e11tlthcwomfn Jhougbtltsucll n shninethereaiou1d be no lady of js house for the largest and finest t r ifthe 10ug line known as Officers i1 r Ravr while the sergeant of the 5jguard scurried away to the soldier trk t home f the aenlo cavalry captair on duty at tlie post When the major lt a 1t4 again cahifc forth his held glasses iIf rwereInJiis1inntI aI he hurrlec down esepsflPdout into the broalI i e ieen Qt hc moonlight when he t jIb + Vijrhtf sight of the courier seated on r orSIIJlockd the gatt earily tidt g his hfal npon IIi guutJleted r Webb sti pett sit rr- 4 L1 o Jmr rlibI in Jerf ii l he jI3 I i1t t Lt1 th vmc I ssed iJuwI by tholtherzy rentcfel his parlor and whirled 1Sa r fireplace Sft figluJBown there n jw i anti Ill W with you in a minute r1 i hncwecI bustled intbthc tear room i 1nnd presently Teappeared trlth a de vantcritnIglasK poured out R stilt c V tot oOioBongahela A little water r as the troopers eye bright tt J1nedST CIdl A little water was J4 oit came theright hand fz i gauntlet Idrlnk the mnjorn health r v cad Incgbtc io blmsaldthe sol dlezgllping down the fluid without ed usa wink Then true t lJo his training set down the glass and sa r 0 stood trlctJ at attention 44Yone had nothing to eat since lii Y esterday J1Uirplng Ill be bound f fri saId Welb Tve got ito see f some of my oftlcera at once You t 3 make yourtelf at home here Youll r4 riy f finllcoldbect bread cheese pickles t milk ifynt care for it and pie right t a f there in the pantry Take The Jawp ti iftl sfwith you tndlicIpourise1f Ityoi 0 waat another nip there the decan Frte Yuve mnaile splendid time DiiI f meetao Indians j t lXotJ l1e irbullsaw smokes a t t sunset out jtoward Eagle Butte+ Your aa ic Tl you belong to y Capt Trujicptistrpop 1 r JCenncdy sir and I lank the ma rcf jot ft 4 f w Then r WIn cnveyou la harg kqi Stuntil youve had ypurfin said thee r I command Then go over to If TelliffI flQg stair Wth that the ajor o 1 f btalke4Jrom the room followed by eyesIA mOU by the taU Jto northNfarilpr O swept bT Inmuslcal Tnurmu gs j i There lie quickly focillell his glass t nand gazed away xstward up the t to where builhc evening be I I ferea scare of Indian lodges dotted f the other bank perhaps two miles Away The September moon was a t Us full audi in that rare cloudlesa t flooaing the valley ivlth J 7tilsoft silvery light so that dose I iri the limitsot the gar It could be almost t in broad day f t1i i i fib d1 t 8IlO1th a abc1SJ iii iJf es cr C jti J 4 Jf hi4- ctJ 1 ttt 0f t r i tlf1rJt 4lir a 1 1 frr rl tr f if ift ql r isif It h 1qfC 0 f r tit Ift24b li t1l li t iNlrfdS4 I r 1 t 1LJ iijri1sv cr l 1 J1 JI dYS1- 12 Of7j ri 1oit ifjJ lrfi fi 1 ijfl7tJ 4i4ErWt flI1 ttf PJtI u i1tl ftiNJp II ii1I0 fj JH t i ot r i11 S 4 rr r G J1 tiMlT r SS c night their etesti would gleam with radiance almost intolerable the listening sheen of heir spotless crown of snow All over this broad expanse of upland prairie anti wood ed river bcd and boldly undulating bluff linc not so much as a spark of fire peeped through the wing of night to tell the presence of human wayfarer white hnlf breed or Indian e livenperhaps 200 strong at sunset of the day gone by openedblsIndian campaigns then drawing his fourth fogycaine hastening out to join the commander Heres confirmation of the tele gram Read that Kay said Webb handing hint the dispatch from Fort Beecher Then come with me to Fields IlelImlssingl- Issing cried Kay in consternation as he hurriedly opened the page In Gods name what do you mean I mean he isnt in quarters hnsnt been in bed to nIght necI need himand its two oclock Lame Wolf uut Thats bad in it self lies old Red Clouds nephew anti a brute at best Stabbers pea pIe there he asked hwhirlingward Cant make it out even with my glasses Alt dark as pitch among the cottonwoods but Kennedy who made the ride says ho saw smokes back of Eagle Butte just before sunset Then you can bet they wont be there atdawnthe warriors at least Of course the women the kids and old men will stay if only for a blind Ie had JO fighting men and Wolfs I got at least 200 What started tb row JOlUgbuckssheep herder on the Piney last aveelib1 dont believe the Sioux Theres a bad lot among thus damned rustlers said Webb snap apingBut no matter who starts we have to finish it Old Plodder is worried and wants help Jlcckon Ill have tilsend you Hay Ready whenever you say sir was the prompt and soldierly reply Kvrn marriage had not taken timbedge from flays keen zest for pnigning Shall I have out my sexlgeant and cooks at once Well to take rations Yet but wait with me till I wire the chief at Laraniie Come to the ofllce So saying the post commander turned and strode away The cap tain glanced at the upper window where the light now dimly burned but blind and window were open and a womans form appeared Its all right MaIdie called the captain softly May have to start put on scout at daybreak Thats all Home soon and with a teas suring wave of the hand turned again to his stanch friend and corn manderI to send oungalnsnld Webb You were out in June and the others hue had only short scouts sinceDont bother Whats a cavalryman for Shall we I cant be here it rsome how and Kay stopped glanced inquiringly at the major and then nodded toward the doorway of the third house on the row The ground floor was occupied by Field as his quarters the upstair rooms by Putney and Russ Come In said the major briefly and pushing through the gate they softly entered the lark hallway and struck a light in the front room A wood fire was smouldering on the nndirons in the wide brick chimney place An open book face downward was on the center table Two em broidered slippers lay as though hur riedly kicked off one under the sofaibeyond the mantlepiece the otherihalfway across the worn carpet Striking another match at the door way Bay passed on to the littleinner roomthe bed Anmwr Oil the bid carelessly thvcwn f ficers best nri1 i age i undress liD rn ci d tse nlllgllenfloor were the enameled leather boots Le wore on such occasions The bed was otherwise untouched Other boots and shoes in orderly row stood againvt the wail beside the plain uipainted wardrobe The spurred rid lag boots and the kneetight breeches were gone Turning back to the front room Ray found the major his face gray Lund disturbed holding forth tothim an open envelope nay took and glanced at the superscription Lieut Jleverly Field Fort Frayneland returned it without Doth knew the strange angular forbothtore It was Nanette Flowers DroppIng the envelope on the table he had found It on the floorWebblled the way to the open was no time to compare views There stood the sergeant Sirsald he with a snap of the gloved left bandat the brown tube nestling in the hollow of the shoulder Xumber Five reports that he has heard galloping hopfbcats up the benchtwlce in the last halt hour and thought lie saw distant horsemen couldnt bwereVery good sergeant was the majors brief answer Send for tho orderlyTheOne moment called Kay your pardon rnajor my first Bcrgeant too and sergeant havd sentries reported liorsen taken out from the stables tonight Not one sir and stanch and sturdy the commander of the guard stood ready to vouch for his men ThatValir rlglitIboutinqulringIat officerabriefField has gone he wore riding dress CHAPTER JII Comforted by abundant fuodre freshed and stimulated by more thattwo or thr enthusiastic toasts to soidragoonand son of the puld od be galJantbnythathad ly a unit all the long a from Beech er to Frayne The field telegraph had Indeed been stretched buIlt afforded more fun for the Sibur than aid tp OUjlylflg posts on the Powder and torU was down 10 days ller liCutir tidIng a1 1 a 5 a i F uJ Qfr I men at his back whom even hordes of painted Sioux could never stampede but they were few in number and there were those ever present help less dependent wometj and children His cull for aid wus natural enough and his choke of daring dashing lad who hfid learned to ride in Oalwny was the best that could be made No peril could daunt the lighthearted fellow already proud wearer of the medal of honor but duty done it was Kennedys creed that the soldier merited reward and relaxation If be went to bed atUF troops barracks there would bt no more good cakes and ale no more of the majors good grub and rye If he went down to look after the gallant steed ho ovedsaw to It that Kilmaine was rubbed down bedded given abun dant hay anti later watersure then taccepthehis bedward way and toast the ma jor to his Irish hearts and stomachs content Full of pluck and fight and enthusiasm anti only quarter lull he would insist of rye was Kennedy as he strode whistling down the well remembered road to the flats for he troophndbefore launching forth to Indian story land in the shadow of the Big Horn range Kennedy In fact en payed to sing when once out of ear shot of time guardhouse and singing he strolled on past the fork of thi winding road where ho found ha should have turned to his right and in the fullness of his heart went triding southward down the slope past the once familiar haunt the store now dark and deserted past the big house of the post trader past the traders roomy stables and cor wayIalong the Rawlins never not ag until he had chanted over half a mile and most of the songs lie knew that Frayne was well behind him nd the rise to the Medicine Bow In- ront Then KeTmedj began to laugh and call himself Unities and then as o turned about to retrace his steps 3 a short cut over the bottom he was presently surprised but in no wise disconcerted to find himself face face with a painted Sioux There y the path side cropping the dewey grass was the trained pony Here lounging by the trail the thick black braids of hair interlaced with beads the quill gorget heaving at his mas she throat the heavy blanket slung negligently gracefully about his stal ANOTHER INSTANT IT GLEAMED ALOFT IN THE MOONLIGHT wart form his nether limbs and feelS in embroidered buckskin his lashed quirt in hand here stood al Iitto see and see them he had inany u time and oft How John said he with an Irish mans easy insolence Lookin for a chance to steal somethikv is it And then Kennedy was both amazed replyInfrontierGo hell you pockmarked son ofascut Whcred you steal your whisky lOot five seconds Kennedy thought he was dreaming Then convinced that he was awake an Irishman scorned and insulted ho dashed into the attack Both fists shot out from ime brawny shoulders both missed he agile dodger then off went the blanket ned with to lean red sinewy arms the Sioux had locked ila foemau round and the two Avers training and swaying in a magnifi cent grapple At anna length Pat could easily have had the best of it for the Indian never boxes but In a bear hug and a wrestle all chancen ItrnlnhigConnaught and wild Wyoming strove for the mastery Wnlsky Is a won derful starter but a mighty poor stllJeroC a fight Kennedy loosed his grip from time to time to batter wildly with his clinched fists at such sections of Sioux anatomy as ho could reach but at range so close liis blows lacked bpth swing and on8inewytackbe tried a Galwny hitch and trip but his lithe antagonist knew a trick worth ten of that Kennedy tried many a time next day to satisfac only account for it but never with success He found himself speedily on the broad of lila backI gasping for breath with which to keep up his vocal defiance staring up into the glaring vengeful black eyes of his furious and triumphant foeman And then In one sudden awful moment lie realized that the Indian was reaching for his knife Another Instant it gleamed aloft in the moonlight and the poor lad shut hit eyed against the swift and deadly blow Curses changed to one word less prayer to heaven for pity and gUUeringbladVaguely fainting he heard a stern young voice ordering Hold there then another a silvery voice crying something in a strange tongue and powerhuc1loosedthe throat next that obedient to that questiouthely to liis f tQniJ then for a few seconds Kennedy soared away Into cloudlapd knowing naught of what was going pn about him When he came toaJtahl he heard a confused murmur cit talk about hun and grew dimly aware that his late antagonist was standing over him panting still jjd slightly Vyaying and that anj 5cez a yming athlete was saying ords Well he knew him Bi1ZBned eyes it was tbeIndth i to With i ilitedLfthm4imesw1Tiw vt CQU II 1 t a C c jL i CRUISE INLOUfflA1U- jt Airship Sailel Over San Frau cisco For Two Hours The Balloon Is CigarShaped With iICapacity of 50000 Feet of Gas With a Lifting Capacity of 1800 to 2000 Pounds San Francisco Oct 19Dr August 3reth who for a year past has been unostentatiously working on an air ship Sunday surprised the residents of San Francisco by sailing over their heads for two hours directing his ma chine almost at will and demonstrat ing that in many essentials ho has solved the problem of aerial naviga tion Dr Greth had previously tested his airship by making ascensions with the balloon held captive by a long tope but Sunday was the first time that he had gone skyward free Tho ascension was made from a lot almost In the heart of the city and Dr Greth attempted to encircle a towering news paper buildIng about a mllo eastward but found the high currents too strong for his power anti then turned in an opposite direction The winds car ned him occanward and for a time he hovered over the vicinity of the Golden Gate making various successful trials of his steering gear The currents threatened to tako him out over the Pacific and he deeM ed to make a landing on the parade grounds of the Presidio military res ervatlon but made tho mistake of let ting out too much gas and he landed In the bay about 200 feet from shore The crew of the life saving station rescued the aeronaut and his flying machine which was little damaged by the unfortunate termination of the voyage The balloon of Greth is cigar shaped and has a capacity of 50000 feet of gas with a lifting capacity of 1800 to 2000 pounds The car is aim liar in construction to that used by Santos Dumont and weighs about 800 poundsThe engine is a 12horse power gasoline motor and the total weight car ned skyward including that of the ventor and 260 pounds of ballast was about 1400 pounds For some Inca pllcablo reason the motor would not develop more than six horse and Dr Greth found considerable difficulty in making head way against the current He expects to make another ascen sloe in a few days when he will have repaired the minor damage caused by the salt water bath and remedied the minor defects brought out by his two hours cruise in cloudland THROUGH A DRAW A Railway Accident on the Long Bridge Near Washington Washington Oct 19The Chesapeake k Ohio passenger train which left here at 1122 oclock Sunday night for Cincinnati met with a serious ac- cIdent on the long bridge which spans the Potomac river and connects Wash ington with the Virginia shore About onethird of a mile from the Washington end of the bridge is a draw 150 feet In length Sunday night as the train was passing over this draw the northern half of It gave way and pre cipitated the tender and a dead baggage car immediately following it into the water A huge girder which formed part of tho draw fortunately jam wed up against the mall car following the dead baggagecnr and helped to keep it and the remalnlngvcars of the train from going Into the river No ono ttns Tcilled but I reman John Vac oi Ch jlcUe I C received a stvfrP Kujh Hr IP taLc N arl the 1ItJ llfh fi2iaum eoj UirousU from New fork including U combination car the day coach anTr two sleepers The accident delayed travel for some time JURY FAILED TO AGREE No Verdict In the MillerJohns Conspiracy CaleF Cincinnati OcL 19At 1145 Saturday night tao jury In the Miller Johns alleged bribery trial reported that no agreement could be reached and was dIscharged by Judge Thomp son The case went to the jury short ly after 5 oclock in the afternoon The long wait for the verdict was declared by the accused men and their friends to be the most trying part ot the ordeal to them The report was that the jury stood seven to five for conviction One point on which they disagreed was as to whether there had been proof enough to show that Miller was in the conspir acy by sharing in the money that was derived from the transaction with Ryan The government officers were eon siderably disappointed at the result The First Snow Storm of the Season Plattsburg N Y Oct 19 Nprthern New York had its first snowstorm ot the season Sunday The mountains about Lake Placid Loon Lake Cha teaugay Lake and Lake Titus are white with snow The Statues Unveiled Berlin OcL19The statucs of the Emperor and Empress Frederick op posite the Brandenburg gate were tin veiled Sunday in the presence of Em peror William and his empress the crown prInce and other imperial per sonages King Victor Emmanuels Visit Ended Paris Oct 19Klng Victor Em manuel and the queen left for Italy Sunday afternoon Before his depart ure the king gave 10000 for the poor of Paris and 6000 for indigent Ital ians Appointed Special Agent of Venezuela Caracas OcL 19Dr Jose Jesus Paul baa be appointed special agent ot Venezuela to The Hague arbitration tribunal Dr Paul was formerly the Venezuelan commissioner before the French and American mixed tribunals here To Move California Products East San Francisco Oct 19The officials of the Southern Pacific Co are exert- Ing all their energies to provide the necessary equipment for the expedi tious moving of the products of Call fornia to the casL British Battleships in Collision Ferrol Spain Oct 19The BrlUsS battleships PrinL George andHannl bmbave been tow In re The form and tim latter urlngr L D- jh hj 4 l acA CONFLAGTiON- car Business Blocks Burned and Four Lives Lost at Aberdeen Wash Aberdeen Wash C Flro that burned from 9 Friday a mInI until 2 oclock Friday after i caused four deaths and destroy r pert valued t approximately ic u Ilion dollars t practically wiped t l11e main bust ness street of this r Forty bust ness houses Inclu both of the bank buildings the Pacific hotel and the Crescent hotel two Grays Harbor hospitals and many residences wert d estroyedK bMackhouse though Its cause is not known The wind carried it across the larger part of the business section and among the residences The town Is composed almost entirely of n structures and nothing impc e passage of the flamesano lars No more thai nehalf of tho loss is covered by Insurance for the reason that the Insurance companies have refused to carr any greater risk on account of the inflammable material of which practically all the build- Ings In Aberdeen are constructed Every business man in the city is a loser either by fire wRfor breakage r lInof the flames dyn was used on several of the clings which the flames ereadIg Telephone messages brought tire department of Hoqulan alarmtcsano to th- eeene and theYii caectlvo worktWhen pmana wall giving way Among the Injured was Fire Chief Koehler who was ren dered unconscious but later returned to his duties Colls McKenzie was caught under the faUrlwalls of the Eagle dance hall Ills back was bro ken and he died in a short timeIThe other fatalities were Kenzle building where Charles Rolfs a one legged man was cremated fmpedorrlfled by seeing Daniel Webster a wellknown character appear at one of the windows Before a ladder could be raised to him he jumped Almost every bone in his body was broken and he died after being taken to the hos pital An unknown man was killed by a falling walliCENTRAL ALASKA It Will Soon Be Open to Dally Com munication Throughout the Year Washington Oct 17John E Bal laine chairman of the finance committee of the Alaskan Central railway who has been before tho departments the last week on work connected with the construction of the road has been successful in his efforts The project ed railroad wilt extend from Seward on the southern coast of Alaska north to the Tanana river 420 miles and will open whin completed all of Gen tral Alaska to dally communication throughout the year Itls being built at the rate of 25 mll slye The post office department established a post office at Seward the ocean ter minus tlletrcAslfYdepartment ordered Immediate action taken looking to the designating of Seward as a sub port of entry and the war department promised to include In its cstimae for the extension of the government cable along the southern coast of Alaska an appropriation sufficient to make Sew ard one of the 4a3es objective points BIG DOG CCRSING EVENT ANebraska Hoifnd Was the Wt r L of the A IAge Stake I b l7AluSii i 1irage stake the biggest coursing e dog fanciers have witnessed foryrars Lady Allen owned by C E Root r New Richland Mine was a competitor for final honors and Northern Express owned by Smith Blake of Butte Mont was third Troublesome last years fast hound sharing the honors with Northern Express killed Rival and Slew Himself Pittsburg Oct 17A murder and suicide occurred when Win Swcades as bo was known from Cincinnati shot and killed his roommate Charles Urbows of Cbarlcroi and then put a bullet through his own heart both ing within three minutes Both were in love with the same woman Models of Chinese Buildings St Louis Oct 17The models of the Chinese buildings which were made In China at the expense of set eral thousandrULdollars was received at tho Worlds fair Friday The mod cia were found to bo in a badly wreck ed condition Worlds Featherweight Championship New York Oct17 Champion Young Corbett and Ben Jordan the English featherweight champion have been matched to meet la a battle for the worlds featherweight champion ship The match has bop hanging fire for several months President of Free Food League London OcL 17The d keofDevonshire late lord president of the council has conditionally accepted the presidency of tho Free Food league which is organizing a campaign against the fiscal policy of Mr Cham berlain and Mr Balfour Beheaded His Enemy Aurora III Oct 17Tony Romano has confessed to Father Joseph Ton nello ot Joliet that ho beheaded his enemy Nicholas Tomasa whom he bad followed from Italy for that purpose He will bang October 23 Jonathan Edwards Birth Anniversary Princeton N J Oct 17 Interest Ing exercises commemorating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Jon athan Edwards third president ot Princeton college were held in Miller chapel Friday I before seminary and university students and visitors Nell and Regan Fought to a Draw Los Angele Cal Oct 17 Ftankle Nell of San ranclseo champion bar tam weight Bugillst and Johnny Re gan of Broot lyn fought 20 rounds to a draw Itjwas one of the fastest fights evertnessedhere Horsi Thieves Killed Great Falls Mont Oct 17A gang of tblevcs wl p tried to run horses oft the Fort Pack reserva lon wer am bushed and TWO of them killed The Indians encaged in iI running t fight with the Jiws driving them ofr the IJ TT- 4ff 5Sn5r- S r a ry rzS Z ii STA E ITEMS OF INTER1Ji1 I A STRANGE COINCIDENCE Death Believed to Have Been Presaged By Crushing of Picture Lexington Ky Oct IOhlenrc- hwartz 28 was killed at Burgln y Saturday night while trying to oard a southbound freight train He ved at 718 Central avenue Newport Ky and was In company with Robert Weaver also of that city when he met death Both are machinists and were trying to get south in search of emplomentNeportKy Oct 198chwarl7 nd Weaver left Newport on last Wed nesday He was a widower and had been making his home with his father Joseph Swartz the wellknown car penterA and remarkable Incident in connection with Schwartzs death was related by a younger brother when the latter called at police headI quarters Sunday night in definite Information of Henry death ie related that on Saturday afternoon a picture of the deceased hanging In the parlor at the home fell to the fool with a crash breaking the frame and glass to pieces Examination showed that the cord by which It was suspend ted had parted from age and decay and hat nothing had struck or jarred the icture as was at first supposed Mr Schwartz stated that he Imme- dIately remarked that something had happened to Henry and this opinion was at once shared In by the rest of the family The falling ot the picture was refer redto several times during tho ever ng and the entire family seemed to look upon the Incident as a forewarn ing of bad news to come atout the absent one and it seems that their worst ears were fully realized BURIAL OF MRS WEST She Was the First Woman to Hold Office in Spencer County Tayloravllle Ky Oct 17Tiie re- maIns of Mrs Lucy V West who died n Chicago were brought to Little Mount this county for burial She died of heart disease and had been in delicate health fora number of years MrS West formerly resided here and was the first woman to hold office In the county she serving two terms as school superintendent She made a fine record in the office and was highly popular Mrs West was a sister of exSheriff Jerome Massle and is survived by two sons A Louisville Woman Badly Burned Louisville Ky Oct 19Flredam aged the foundry of Bridgeford Co on Twentieth sheet 110000 worth Sun day afternoon The fire originated in the stable of P J Nclllgan which ad joined the foundry The residence of Herman Vonderfelder opposite was destroyed antI Mrs Venderfelder was seriously burned whilp rescuing her children A Mayor In Police Court Bowling Green Ky Oct 17 Mayor Frank L Kister appeared in the novel role of having to answer a charge In the police court Friday morning Sum mans were issued against him and other prominent citizens They are charged with having hog pens pn their premises which is a violation of a city law City Clerk Run Co i By a Horr Colujubi8 O lid i I d Ci wasjarrlaRo here Sunday and receiv d t but not serious injuries Mr Cova who was visiting friends hTc started across Broad street and failed to dodge a horse driven rapidly by a woman Death Ended Vacation Trip Russcllville Ky OcL 16WhilGeorge Duncan and Wesley Perry were out hunting a shotgUn lying between them in their buggy was acc i dentally discharged Duncan was struck In the side and died a few hours stuldenthere Golden Wedding Anniversary Newport Ky Oct 17FredErsch ell sr and his venerable wife cele brated their golden wedding at their home Sixth and York streets Friday night They were waited upon by a number of their friends who as slated them in spending a very plea a ant evening Paid Delinquent Taxes Newport Ky Oct 1iAi the meet- Ing of the board of aldermen of Newport Thursday night Auditor Silva re ported the receipt of 14000 from the Central Railway and Bridge Co for de linquent taxes which makes a total of tbepastTwo Boys Killed By a Train Dayton Ky Oct 19Matt Bary Jr aged 12 and Edwin Hummel 12 were Instantly killed by the westbound fast flyer on the C O railroad at Sev enth and Walnut street Saturday even leg at 6 oclock while walking on the track Swallows Carbolic Acid By Mistake Newport Ky Oct 19Mrs Patrick Kelly residing at No9 James alley while suffering with a severe cold swallowed a teaspoonful of carbolic acid by mistake thinking It was cough mixture The doctor saved her Reunion of Confederate Veterans Paducab Ky Oct 16 Veterans of the Second brigade Kentucky division United Confederate Veterans com mencedthelrreunIon Thursday and VlIeprominently displayed JudgeFrankfort Beck ham Thursday appointed Alexander specIaljudge lnellglbeto MemphisLexlngionKy 200 horsement left on a special train Fri day night for Memphisavhere a trot ting meeting will be opened on Tues day Maj rse3 which were entered g meeting Just consigned to- v island hrS5Jamuesjsland at risoitnn just I- k CALEB POWERS Tht Prisoner Tells How He Became Possessed of a Big Knife Louisville Ky OcL 15Caleb Pow era and Jim Howard were brought from Georgetown to the Jefferson county jail Wednesday everting Both men seem to be In Vcxcel1cnt health and spirits Powers gave Wednesday night an account of how ha happened to have the knife which was taken from him by Jailer Flnley at Georgetown a week ago He said Six Negro prisoners threatened all of us The jailer refus ed to listen to us and we finally armed ourselves Howard says he Is confident his seastepee will be reversed by the appeals Georgetown Ky Oct 15 Common wealth Attorney Franklin In the Scott e c Adand Caleb Powers front Georgetown to the jail at Louisville The order was made at 925 and the prisoners left at 1080qCOLORED MAN LYNCHED A Mob of 25 Strung Him Up For Shoot big a White BoysPaducah Ky Oct 17 Twentyfive masked men overpowered Jailer Tay lor Dui worth ot Ballard county at WIckllffe early Friday and took Tom Hall alias Bob Douglass colored from jail and hanged him to a tree The mob then quietly dispersed Hall shot Crockett Chlldresa a white boy in a miniature race war at Kevll stationS last Sunday In the fight Hall so wounded Chlldress is still alive but probably will die Hall died pro testing his innocence The usual ver dirt was rendered Hall was confined pere for safekeeping until Thursday when he was taken to Wickliffc for a hearing COLONIZATION OF NEGROES Opposition to a Permanent Army Post at West Point Ky Frankfort Ky Oct 19 Opposition to the location ot a permanent army post at West Point la Harlan county has developed In an unexpected way The farmers of Hardin county are vio lently opposed to having the post and are getting up a monster petition against IL The farmers urge that their fruit and fowls are foraged upon by the soldiers and besides their con gressional district which is now demo cratlc might be affected if several regiments of Negroes should be qua tered there for a year and allowed to vote It is said the tanners bayg in terested all the democratic politicians in the matter and a determined fight will be made against the establishment ot the post at West Point Mays Granted a New Trial Frankfort Ky Oct 16In an opin ion delivered by Judge Barker the court of appeals reversed the judgment of the Jefferson criminal court sen tencing Eugene Mays colored to be hanged for murder and remanded the case to the lowest court for a new trial Declare Alleged Defaulter Insane Louisville Ky Oct 17 Albert L German alleged defaulting clerk of the Third national bank was adjudged insane Friday morning by a ffcry in line federal court He will be taken to Washington DC German was chars pd with a shortage In his accounts of between 120000 and 130000 Mother Dead and Children Sick Newport Ky Oct 19 MrsSustn White whose homo was in thisicity died of typhoid fever at SL Elizabeth hospital in Covlngion Her death oc curred just three weeks after her hue bands funeral Her two children are sick of the same disease Two Policemen Arrested Newport Ky Oct 19 Patrolmen Fltzslmmpns and Boeran of the New port police were placed under arrest for alleged breach of the peace by Con stable Harry Park at police rollcall Sunday evening They are charged with assault Are Ready to Prevent Trouble Keevll Ky Oct 19 Negroes here have threatened to kilt Crockett Chll dress He is the boy who was shot by Torn Hall colored After the shoot leg lull was lynched The white citi zens are prepared to resist any at tempt on the life of young Chlldress Two Boys Run Off to the Klondike Petersburg Ky Oct 171 Howard Hays and Louis Gaines the two lads who ran away from home here have been located at Seattle Wash prepar Ing to sail for the Klondike Their parents will make no attempt to bring them back Will Complete the Traction Line Lexington Ky Oct 19WIth the collapse of the Blue Grass Consolidat ed Traction Co the work ot construct leg the proposed interurban electric road between Lexington and Frank fort was taken up by a new corpora Hon Fast Mare Sold For 7000 Lexington Ky Oct 19John B Stewart of this city sold to Dick Wll Son of Rushville Ind the 5yearold mare Miss Gay by Ashland Wilkes out of a Nutwood mare for 7000 This mare worked a mile in 2094 Telephone Ordinance Rejected Covlngton Ky Oct 17The law committee of Covlngton council met Friday night and at the suggestion ot the city solicitor recommended that the ordinance to grant a franchise to the F K Ludlow Telephone Co be re jected An Aged Doctor Passes Away Franklin Ky Oct 17Dr J S Mulloy died of illness incident to old age He was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian church and 88 years old He actively practiced medicine 66 yearS- Lexington Man Arrested telegrantfromsenfeldt alias Garflejdv wanted hi on charge of embezzling 320 frora P Nevlns of Cleveland was arrest there Thursday An offlcjr has bei sent after him gte J bACovingt n Ky Oct Hales a C O brake Off his disabled engine Jnear Concord Ky He f54 ot 80 test striking the jfcreek i1asflQt badly I c bcS S 4 a r r p 5 4r 1 3tr4S vSYOUTH AHDaGE ItTker la a Material eisTereaee ThI JI Not MwarS JIaitre Labori the note French adro cate who the Hunbert a not tSremarkable in Paris to much for the elo qtience is for the neatness and the polish of hu speechesSAn American journalist heard Ltbori in court one day He says the advocates addresi was of wit tenderness He quotes a passage reiating to old age wherein Labori with a smile said Old agewe shall none of us quite un derstand that until we have attained to it for no one of us here u old But the d other day I visited my uncle a very aged nan What is it like uncle I said to be dd i And uncle answered U It u like thiii When one Is youngSones attentions to women are taken for declarations of love but whenione is eld ones declarations of r for polite attentions Never Afmla- Biway Uee an alarm clock nowadays Jigsup No never tried one once How was thatVSWell you see the first time it went offSdidnt exactly know what it was and o I saul O for heavens sake Maria s hut up Maria happened to be awake 4ndwell that ii bow it wasStray tories Salesman Wanted s general agent in this and adjacent coun by an old established firma with the most profitable line of gates man that is sold oa the roadtbday Man mue furnish rig Ycats contract 00 to- 80 month net Bond or 50 cash re uired Chance for advancement Only hustlers wanted Address Alexander Company Box K Greensburg Indiana I Whr JfotT l t Heres an account of a big lands aid the new reporter Under whef s hall I put it r Put it with the real estate W said the city editor as he wrote tinutd on the fortyfirst die of a fourline paragraph CompanionIaHere 34fre Evldea That the Greets outhw zLh4 making possibilitiesour boo Ifeautiful Indian Territory lea s Time Golden Square Business Chances V sail others equally as interesting which C4 will be mailed on s tamp Address GEORGE fcJtORTON P T A M K T ltv Buite It v Wainwright Bldg St Louis Mo roicin Evil boy warnedthe old entlemausSwith the white ribbon the drink habit ti dayTer Flynn My god Lizzie used to be satisfied wictStwo sodas annowihe wants fourChicago Daily News f SCO pa the Coaab andworksoff the cold Laxative Bromtf Quinine Tablets Price 23 CentlSWantanno I wonder if Gabskr 4rill re rite for me at my little party even ingh Dnz oHe will unless you know some as yet nadiseovered to prevent 5Ibim Baltimore AmericsBy Mabel How well MiElaQtJeeartieh her age doesnt she must be so accustomed to it byowPhiladelphia Bulitimt k4ZMayAIke 1t nrvouu ClaraNot in theleut rno her ft to keep coot in brgairmcbuiiter rush tTown and Country tr jsPieosCureble medicine for and colthN W Samuel Ocean GroveJf J Feb 171900 However in taking wings money cant stirtDetroitThree trains a day Chicago to Cahifor i i chicagoUnion Time probability iis that only men who t belOOPuckthey do it ever live m j Hard To Bear J W Walls Superin Streets otiliLjLebanQn Kentuc East M Btwct in that ci sa With mraight est broken o lag to irregularities of tho kidneys suffering intensely from severe pains in the small of my back and through SSthe kidneys and annoyed by ptnfu1ipassages ot abnormal secretions life was anything hut pleasant for me i No amount ot doctoring relieved this a condition and for the reason that nothing seemed to give tee even tern porary relief I became about dis couraged Ono day X noticed in the e newspapers the case of a man who t was afflicted as t was and was cured by the use of Deans Kidney Pills ins words of praise for this remedy were so sincere that on the strength of his statement I went to the Hugh Murrey Drug Cos store and gct a box I found that the medicine was exactly as powerful a kidney remedy a M as represented I experienced q ick and lasting relief Deans Kidney pills wniprpve blessing to all suf ferersfjOtn ljoiey disorders who will 4 S-SSglyetheAaUthial SSof this great kid cured Mr Walls to any part of the United SC t4 pn application Ad UrsfsTFosterMilburn Co Buffalo JC Y F6riBal by all druggists priceS60 cents per box ABSOLUTE SECURITY 1 Genuine Carters Little Liver Pills Must IBr Slgnntur at S Sso PsfrHsille Wrapper BelowSTMIiuI rHIIUMI q SS q s c iSSI w p S Sftv ii S s 57 5SS Sw tt 4 It t f t Qio h A L h i 4IR t J t I k r t fl t d 1 r c t GO2XS CA JI HISP CHILDRENItiffr h and Love 4j r ir Sermon by the Highway and Byway Preacher IJUILLLJJ1 Sc tCoprrlcht by J U Edien csfI Chicagob I Text He tareth for ouJleter 57 1 N ODS WORD dc 1 f r Clares that God Tcareth Cor HIs chll t i dren Is there a t christian whot doubts the gen 2 i I cral theoretical J J truth of our text 1 We cannot con ar cclve of one who lifI ii lya child of God bythe proc t r regeneration through faith p d 1 i the cleansing and saving power 2 iv jot Jesus blood who does not be t lbIa i way As y jasthe Lord knowetn them that arell b t J Isurely docs He extend to them spc vial care and protection The Chris i believes that God cares for him yet that belief is perhaps more oft t1 Itlantheoretical than practical it is t i of an abstract conception than It s rete It 1smore general In Its re S z latloD to tho affaIrs of life than It J peclac It is good Christian doctrine I re rIt t eO to haVO the truth lived out InI 3 falway Itt the daily lIfo n shinestworshipfulI cis ournoula wIth thoughts c f o t I ay i tll for us II J ncounCgI tIiiveadof Imtlon of t atn lOP wetp f lreel the depression of thev Uey of deJat spbndency then our troubled souls cry i r1 rW out Lord carcst Thou not And i VJct God never Intended that this toxtfpj 1 tjrc rmlngle Itonly with the sunshine that It should be the sweet strain of the soul tl j only When the way was smooth and 4 easy but God has hung this bess f truth on the bright rages of His Boo liJt sothatthc Christian night restIIt when all else seemed to fall tnat m might be to him a bright star of 1t shining through the dark clouds a r adversity lhallt might be sweet f 1 music swelling in the sotilwi stozT ith calm trust dleoieme4tUr1f1 4If 6iicourafcment Lj ffv a IiTHE latter part of the fourth chap t r I ter of Marks gospel we find an Inc 4 ff Y dent which Illustrates most jearly and forcibly this common Christian 11As I74 Railing over the lake of Galilee Dur f ing the night the storm suddenly t W sweeps down upon them With that feaSY Galileelhe waters are soon lashed to I v raging foam and the great waves roll tii f In Mpon the boat so that even those hardy fishermen feared for the safety 4 of the boat and believed that they 5 were all about to perish Jesus weal y ttteralOUg hard day of teaching thevI has sought rest In sleep In b unconsciousiiWjples trusting In God His Father ijif calmly lies In deep sleep With fear hasnMasterttt rfH ito arose and rebuked the wind and j said unto the sea ctliesUli v M Ahdthe howling until t was 1 i hut a feentlo whispering breeze fanning their pale and affrighted faces and theq wthear wa rat calm broken only by tY f Sy htdingitnnes of the Mastr os uIaJ crthr v t S i iad jf tear seized h hold upon the hearts of the disciples 4 Instead pf the human fear iuthe face f Yorphysical perllUt9camethe ex r cccding fear Qf theaJntu1 heart as It rcalzes that It 1shi the presence of lod An4therIBtiitch hdhlslncia a thdr YUO iVthls God whose thought Is p fort r affcctalijm It was faifure to reco goniib lurres was tt waafaifure to thlnvsfi towards them whjcif caused the art1 was bccause faiths eye was dIm and I ihelr rlnfutheArtabird audi mirespon e Jt Jij svcJ the Divine presence that Ui ey thec17tS iabr4And It Is fallureahvYIoiltl1e part of the reallzO W ho 4 t and what God Is that makbIrn fdrjt get that dbd careth for hIm Itla ofIdare to question and doubt God and i to charge Him with lack of care for 1 Hla children How often Is forced from t 5 NgnrisUan lips the cry Mllercar Thou not that T perish With ft I a the storm ones the doubt that C dw Illcultit it Yl Uf and we fl to remeBaber that liena 1 cares It Is because Jredo not kn ow 1t our God TheO e yhi our fexl atrf rt dares cares for us Is tHe A1IKn0wing dHeJsijegcts4ubt1At i f Father In all iHls lsibm IB all His r lpowcr in alt HB faithfulness in all 1jf 4i Win love begeticcofideace and bldhlg rd p trusty Letusdrawnearwlth a true thwart and seek to learaaore perfect + t and what 1 i fi GjISst H E IS bmrIaclentaa AliKnoJ lug D GOO Heknpws how the planetBI 14 It t croIIlnther bltsaa He knows Lhe ti wr way youtkeHe knows the secrets rif H iof His universe and He knows the se crctsofyotnllfcaad1teart He knows jft7t lIio tiny creaturswIohtbemost pow J t erful microscope of RUU Ikardly able tic f discover and He knows the poorest l 1t 1 aad HBallest of His children 1 f a V 1 8ttlev ber of the hairs l tt tf At Hawil- Jili i i ft tXf St t 2 4iI 1 f i cflltCAl Ilw a t 1 I 1 t tk 1 i 1 a ra l 4A t I rt J r t2Hlrc lt r ctJ ITott t io51i J JoaJ 7tJiff t 4Y- kc j J rf1df 1+ N HcOJh4 tti1Pt1lf L gr1f J1f r W N r1 Yp BJ ct ar 1Jl i34W k I Jt A4 ti 5f si1tfrt W ffW t r 1t 1 c Lh I 9 l l j aJ L 1 W11l t 1fII me mormberkn Pat andhwayround about us and the face of the sun is hid And it is enough to know hr God knows Abraham went out trot the homeland his friends and kindred not knowing whither he went but ho kn hindewthrough ninny a dark valley through si be Ilkcauscto know And God can look way beyo of Gtheend He etiuknowstriumph beyond the storm is the be smoyondSAn Ch carIristianOh U is blessed to realize ahd remem her that our God is an AllKnowing God IBUT not only must the Christian that God Is allknowing but he must know God as the omnipotent Godthe AllPowerful God Of what help or encouragement would It be to me to know that God was omli- IcientIC th that fact was not couple omnlpotknowa all about me but I must baeI thetbut omnipotent It is the mighty A1I I wenful God Who has made the all the wonderful vast carte planelsIwtt which operates through ICslu torccs of nature and makes th isthe of burs a place on which man may dwell It is the AilPowerful God Who is ruling over every human con dit lon and circumstance It Is Ho Who tcan stiy the waves and hush U mclove IAds It need be when His children pijOh If we will only realize that vretre resting In the hollow of Hit hand and thatno harm can come nigh to us savethat which Jlft permits and ich workS out In us His glory we ll not be fearful of heart when the rms of life sweep down upon us dwe flthat we are about to be it ii hguifed in the mad waters What Is thatu ivcs those Hebrew captives that peahichCo w a ki Angtoralt down and worship The fur sw na PreIftvants is yawning to receive them Why is It that they ate not filled wi thwitr and agony of impending doom It W andhoful God Who can deliver if need be Who can save for glory if the body is destroyed Listen as they answer the klngOur God Whom we serve is ab fie shoryout of thine hand 0 king And He did and not even the smelt of smokeIw tl theanc erful God Who is able to deliver He may let you pass through the fire oCs aff bu litttpe rfect work is done de souliverAND thE God Who cares for us is an God lIe is not far Q whbendangerjISy6 when straggling bands of the rC sa jtfetypon the women and children when the men were not about many and many a time were the women thrown upon their own resources to protect themselves and the home Behind doors and windows bolted and barred have they stood the defensive with shotgun In bai m hoIghteir rl101r1t they were only near Froadnever dreaming that Indians lurked In the vicinity And they are away off now 10 to 20 miles and now In the hour nrwe AntheTsriiIovedones and protect them from harm Who can realize the agony of such an hour Mother and the children In peril father and the boys far away and unable to help When tlhuiz Lan frlendI1 m stneeded whezbe ha tress 18 greattsthe cannot help he cannot protectand deliver because he is fara aBuUtls not so with our God Ho is everpresent Xothlng but s I can eparate from Him After go lug1W through a manner of difficulties trials sufferings and hardships per cutions andjdangers exclaims I am persuaded that neither death nor Ute nor an1sor principalities nor powers northlfgs present nor things o ojtherarateus from the love bt God which is Christ Jesus our Lord Jesus was ith Hie1 disciples In the boat why need they hav been so filled with ten hy need they have chldetl Him a With Jesus in the boat they could not perish And with God and His Christ near the Christian at all times what has he to fear 1ptjvessel from o olneb alloardwere quietly asleep there arose a a Utod geentfcsselandJ1stanUyide tumbling and crashing ever thlngVwas tiengerswere in imminent peril Every one on a andfsomegan to dress that they talght be re adyn for the worst Capt Jhad a ii girl on board Just eight years old hoin of course awoke with the rest a Whatsthemalterask d the frigbtenedchlld scTheythin j a r 4 kt nh asked fii 11e k assurance the Jlttle IIfa momi jjsweetly again in spite of I S UwaaVeuough for her i rfal ry In chars t Chrlstliujlnows that 0P i t1ein In chi trge I d J jrc jif 1 t Q J J t S t il I f t 5 i J L 1tr to iJ cfth i tIfarj ugh Itithhearti A ND tL rood fi Jv ttstal Brloveprotects the little babe that makes glad the home That little helpless thing lives In an atmosphere of love The mother who so gently and faithfully cares for that tiny babe from lay to dayoes Itln sweetest fullest love And how Infinitely fuller and better and e constant Is the love of God for children Love is the very nature essence of God He Who cnrctli for docs it In love There may be chas tening but whom the Lord loveth He luj1discipline so does the LorItcare for His children Trials s come into the life lint COil says itIto come to children but that it has its blessed istry to perform In the life Oh If we can only try to understand the love od we will realize more clearly that for us when the cloud is ho g over us as well as when our skies are bright nUll we are sailing over a oth anti unrufllcd sea Anti because loves us He is watching over us and ng for us when we are unconscious prjv ncapolis preacher illustrates this polflt He says Late one winters night as I entered a street car when the thermometer registered something like 25 below zero I saw a man come in car ryn bugwrapped while lie hail no overcoat n 3hIm atlselfout such a bitter night without an over coal to protect him from the biting cold As he sat down he began to slightly loosen the wrappings around the mytsterlous package In his arms and did the beheld a boy edenfoldedcoat To protect the little lad from sihl proocoa Cotmore than he did himself niamberinglove that was repo forsethat father had shivered in the the bunightAnd so it is with buProvidesHcaenlFathertion guinIgnotamidst perils or walked amongst dangers poofLet Insuslove that ceases not to enrich deferateand lead us in the days and we realize it not Like as a father pietieth lila children so the Lord pitieth them that fear HimthND this is the God of Whom it Is sai IofHe careth for you The AllKno Ing AllPowerful AllLoving Ever sent God How can we doubt Him can we fretTind chafe under Ills discipline How dare we chide Him h having forgotten us He careth for us and because He is allknowing ailwise He knows what is best for cche planted him an olive sapling Lord he prayed it needs rain that Us roots may drink and swell Send gentle wers And the Lord sent a gent Ieex werleIdsspudsNow frost my Lord to brace its tis said the monk and behold the le tree stood sparkling with frost t at ever rng It died Then the monk ght th II fa Mother monk and Up gt Z r tsaident rut d my little tree to Ils God ni puiasenditnshine wind ai1 Jrost Thou hast A hadforhimwell How our songs ought to arise in theydw they ought to make us forget the and the suffering for we have a 4how ofhenand die lieWhenofreedsd prayer bitterer needs tearsIAllowing for Altitude I think said a lady who lives In the Rocky mountains recently that you must allow a great deal for the altitude It makes people nervous and betillfromthohat altitude conditions circumstances and Tsewhich are but subterfuges The altl tudinoua liar may be found on the lazyndetermithe character You may handicap the man who wants to win with all Idnda of conditions but he will reach the whoMipost and a living man in a bed ot clay 18enot he will wiggle himself loose mca turn to making the clay into bricks Baptist Union Tie Goapel oU pnlntoIOne of the stories that never grow d is the gospel of helping on another To be a helper may well fill ut the round of a lifes ambition To t is the cry of a sordid worltlUto ve Is the answer of the true hearts at move among men No man ever ad such joy in getting things as he hose purpose is in he opposite diire- conto be helpful and give of service to others It Is the reat cureall for soul ills there Is toKurden that cannot be lightened by it- o darkness that caiinotbc brightened y it Soul slrknc s can find Us hiig in the hor that It turns to heal Ti sum of things Is not jin the gettinr lur in be giving and the crown of happlf a will be In tt con tousne iiiZi uu have alwa8flelped aougbtoaeTvcBaptlst Union Itlar 1IIIn1IThe Church of St orn has a cross over 25 fcaWbhelght which tupposed to be theig llnEngland was gWen by th ew I 1Thebfound In A usr I JP 500 feet bits inar coal gl jfIit5 ifjJZ 4 r a iAsrrRN tt ij itish Minister Media 0Dc tween Russia and Jamo Rl tionslaFrom Manchuria With the Excep lion of the Guards Fn the Railway a 51 Petersburg Oct 191wspaper ty haafornohassia and Japan and havl secured Japans consent to certain osala is now negotiating wits Ru t These proposals are that Russia b ho i restore nchunia to China and fthat tho pr ncipal Manchurian towns T5e opened to foreign trade that Russia withdraw all her troops from Manchuria with the exception of the railway puards that she renounce her foretr onces slons on both sides of the Vat river as an higdIJelongIngA special commission under the sidency of tho czar has bten form to consider affairs In thef far east Includes the ministers of the inte rior finance foreign affairs war and of the navy and Viceroy Ale ii oth cr members will be nomi by tho czar The commission onslder dget proposals measiii ev Iop trade and Industry and pr alter ons in the laws Paris Oct l Count C ul the Russian ambastador to th United States has been intcrvlewc on the eastern question The ambassador that tho danger of a conflict which was real a few days tackrseem to have been averted and that if ever a conflict came it would not be voked by Russia Continuing unt Casslni said IOur rights In Manchuria are unde ble We made the country which un quite recently was a mere haunt bandits We now have a vigilant police there anti moreover we have ilt the railroad This does not mean t we Intend to annex Manchuria t having incurred enormous expendl ttir es and possessing immense inter 3est s there we insist that these be safe arded and wo expect to reap our itimatc benefits Tho powers understand this so well that none except contemplatedInsisting October 8 Russia can not eva iii Manchuria before obtaining the guarantee to which she las a right from China and all Europe including en Great Britain recognizing that eir Interests are united with thoso Russia RUSSIAN FOREIGN MINISTER He Is in Favor of An Amicable Settlement With Japan London Oct 19In a dlslrfrtcli from St Petersburg the correspondent of the Daily Telegraph asserts that unt Lamsdorff the Russian foreign n nister is strongly In favor of an amicable settlement with Japan The correspondent says also taiit Count Lamsdorff emphasizes tho danger of ternal complications and the eager ss of the United States to profit by a voabie opportunity to insist upon e fulfillment of Russias pledges re ecting Matiqhurla NEW REVENUE CVTT it Will 01a11Mllw i Wis r Jut a v iii M C jdShll f ITidal 0 takcv sett1clmii aternatIona te which has arisen between tae State and Canada over the fishing in Lake Erie Orders to proceed at once to that port and to rc port to tho collector of customs there ve been received by Capt Hall of Tnscarora and the cutter will coal- amI then leave at once for Lake Eriei GATHERING MUSSEL SHELLS Valuable Perls Found In the River BeYaYdtfaurle III a i thjCarbondale III Oct 19ThepcoVaMaude a small sh river In White counhave be I come excited over the finding of vain able pearls In the river bed and scorns people are now working dally gatH crlng mussel shells which are sellingJ at 15 a ton Some experienced m in can secure a ton day The pearls lieIin sls250 7Nurse Marries a Young Millionaire Augusta Me Oct 19 Chauncoy Stlllman son of the president of the First national bank of New York a millionaire in his own right ivan married to Mary Wright formerly a nurse at the Boston city hospital here she nursed Stlllman through ty phoid fever Rabbi Attempts SuTcldV Philadelphia Oct 19nabbl Wm M Sprager of New York attdmti ted suicide at tho Walton hotel by swal lowing morphine and cutting his throat and left wrist with n razor He is in a critical condition at tile Jelfer son hospltaj Chinese Attack Russians In Manchuria LondonOct 19 Cabling from Tien F ain the correspondent of the Stand nd says the Chinese goY rnor of Shangi province reports tbat Gen Tung Fu Sing rsvattacking the Hits elans in Mongolia Yellow Fever Cues Decreasing Laredo Tex Oct 19While there are still many cases of yelo fever In the city the work being done by the marine hospital service and the state health department Is tobeginningS show result in the gradual In the number of cases Japanese Army Is Not For War Japanesenedenies that the army is desirous of war and says that the cIne is unanimous In wishing peitce with honor t Lives Lost in An Earthquake London Oct 19A dispatih to the Standard from its correspoadent at Odasa1 news has reached there t fr iw1rassan that 250 HVes havo rrtn tin an earthquake atiTurshix Ic Thirteen villages ere de A fu I 11IT V H p P ifl tit 1 t THE ALASKA BOUNDARY The American Contentions Ae Sus tamed By the Commission t Ixjndon Oct lJTho Alaskan boon y commission reached an agree tcn Frtlonsof those In relation to the Port canal which Canada wins Few of tho morning newspapers lish editorial articles on the decisic of the Alaskan boundary tribunal The Dally Telegraph expresses cx treme satisfaction that an agreement been reached because of tho fal Would have dealt a blow to the icy still in its frail anti tender in cy of referring differences of this character to arbitration The paper hopes that no attempt will be mat on eIther side to reckon up scores claim a victory but that the decision will bo accepted in good faith It adds that the Canadians must abide by the decision Indianapolis Ind Oct 19 Senator Charles W Fairbanks who was ti cha of batheh commission that met In 1898 In ebec to take up the Alaskan hon ii dar Iaythe decision reported in the dispatches from London In on the decision ato berThe decision of the Alaskan boun dary commission Is eminently satis factory It sustains substantially the entire American claim antI is essen tin ly a completo Justification of the position taken by the American mem her s of the United State anti British joint high commission which met in Quebec in 1S98 The United States will now be permitted to hold all tae territory in Alaska purchased of Itus ala In 1S67 without further Oi surunt foilthe gold discoveries Is now quieted ind huicatesat the mouth of tho Portland canal arc conceded to Great Britain and that the boundary line will run along U northwest side of tho islands and n talons the canal at the southeast side Tl wa daspute The islands are small and arc known 11 aleyportance They were originally claim ed by the United States but Ifby con ceding ihem the more important con ten ers tnareStates has every cause for satisfaction over the terms of the settlementde ELIJAH THE RESTORER John Alexander Dowle Faces HIt First New York Audience toNewDowle who calls himself Elijah the Restorer faced his first New York audiences Sunday and although Man di so Square garden was thronged nt the afternoon and evening meetings and thousands were turned away from the doors he found himself confronted with what he called a new experience wh isfi Cedlings into confusion by their sudden exodus before the ceremonies had more than fairly begun- Commands to close the doors and prevent exodus were unavailing antI the prophet gave vent to displays of considerable petulance on finding that It was one thing to gather a great New York crowd but quite another affair a tommand its Interest after the first fie de Hdby the hosts of ZIon and tho regular series of crusade uieetltua I be in f Death of Councilman W Morton a Director of the Worlds Fair St Paul Minn Oct 19Word was icceivcd Sunday night front the Culvre Shooting clug In St Charles county of the Btidden death Sunday of Council Waa IW Morion The cause of his death was not stated Besides being a member of tao principal clubs of St Louis Jlr Morton was a director ofFthe Worlds fait and chairman of committee on fine arts He was also director of the St Louis Union Trust Co and a trustee of Washington unl vcrsity Spanish Claims Hearing Closed Caracas Oct 191 The mixed commission which Is hearing the Spanish claims against Venezuela has closed Its sessions Of the total amounUof claims presented before tic commls on 394964 were awarded 205385 were withdrawn and 31004 were re fused A Large Military Camp Fort Riley Kan Oct 19The larg est military camp ever formed in this co hountrycated here Q tithe government reser caOtion About 1 100 men arc hero by Monday morning it Is expected the total will be increased to 13000 Fifteen Killed and Forty Injured Trenton N J Oct 19 Fifteen la borers were killed and about 4Q more were injured In a collision between a gravel and a work train which occurred on the Delvlderc division of the Pennsylvania railroad near Washing tons crossing New Cycling Record For An Hour Paris Oct 19At the Pare de Princes track Sunday M Dangla made a new cycling record for one hour by covering 52 miles and 918 yards in that time Last August M Dangla covered 5039 miles on a bicycle in an hour D Thew Wright For Federal Bench Washington Oct l1Thc appolutI ment of D Thew Wright of Cincin nati to a place on the District of Co lumbia federal bench may be expect ed some into next month No decta Ion IB announced from the white house r The French Triple Screw New York Oct 19iflertwo weeks in this port Crulsllrj triple screw cruiser lurien vlere in command of Capt Letdyne departed Sunday for Phlla uibig and the Wet Steamer IndiesILondon Oct 19Tb Cunard line- teamer Etrurla front ivcw York pc ober 10 which arrived Llverpool reports having be J tidal wave on the das prk Canadian nan ll and several otherjg7 ed j Charged iage J 2v nIght Gra I maar Il CHAIN OF SUGGEST Of0w One Barber After time OilierUna an Idea to Offer tliePertlnncIaai- Caitouer uAman up in my country had a melan 5cnalorlryea shave every other day and to let unesledIt nellIIan were go beyondIadvice that clipping would le beneficial Wag accepted ot thought the man thatInothing more Yet when the fifth barber mentioned singeing lie permitted his close nig ty ziihtwhenhereducorViii you ever try Dr Comeups hair restorer questioned the barber as he took up a geltingcommented Senator Chandler Yen said the Maine statesman but1 iewe arc under modern not ancient rbariam The Germ Theory perhilStomllchS1Ixhauitive experiments on hue made vit clear that manklnllcannot well without serums no thatbodyfrightened the germ theory has thrown moro scares into more people titan all other theories put together Thus it is not easy to see how we should manage to have any health to speak of without the germ tieorylYimck- For a Dad Hack Sabra Montana Oct thAmany men in this neillhborhooJU6ro to complain of pains in the hick but now scarcely one can be found who has any eli trouble Mr Gottlieb Mill is rcBiioniiblc nhfirstlIackaehc lie has recommended it to alii t friends and and in every cti it hail wonderful success Mr Mill M troubtedilh hotlwhen I lionght n dozen boxes of Dodd Kidnev Pills After using them a few qWthingaround rightoneba in to lay and if my no usethingAdHrtifementIllauGertnlllt like to meet a gentleman who was fond ofoutdoor life JiehieVlmo an trampsthilaiplita to ChicagoCalifornia Xorthtttcin Line isken sirPuuch lightansrVwa1c1Chic MARKET REPORT 11CATTbECommon Heavy steers 4 5 00 CALVESExtra 750 OGSGb packers 5 85 5 90 Mixed packers 5 5 80 SHEEPExtra 3 23 6 3 35 50FLOURWHEATNo 2 red 88 5CORN37jRYEAYGb timothy 13 5- 0ORKClear family i1J13 70 LARD Steam C 50 BUTTER Ch dairy 12l A 22iPPLESFanePOTAVOES Per bill 1 73 2 00 OUACOO New 3 60 J 9 00 Old 500 0 5 65 Chicago F LOURWintcrpat 4 00 ti 4 20 WHEAT Npw2 red Sl 81 No 3 spring 81 CORN No 2 mixed 4t 45 OATS No 2 mixed tj 36 iPORKLARD Steam 6 55 0 New York Win strls3 80 QJ 4 00 AVHEAT No 2 red SO CORN No 2 mixed 3 51 OATS No 2 mixed 41 RYE Western 62 PORK Mess 13 23 2I3 IJVRD Steam 7 20 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 redv S3 S3V CORN No 2 mixed 50 50 iCATTLEHOGS Western kf ii Oi Louisville WHEAT No 2 redi 85 C O 45wAtSNoPORK Mess I130OLAUD Steam 775 I Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red ORNNo 2 mixed ATSNo 2 mixed ia- Mrs Anderson a prominent society woman of Jacksonville Fla daughter of Recorder of Deeds West who witnessed 3her signature to the following letter praises Lydia E Pinkhamfs Vegetable ComjpolindJJ- EAn Jlns PiNEiiAsi There aro butfew riyes and pipthers who have not at times endured agonies and such pain as only omen know I wish such women knew the value of Lydia E Pinkliams Vegetable Compound It is a remarkable medicine different in action from any I over knew and thoroughly reliable I I have seen cases where women doctored for years withoutperma yourVegetablecame out cured happy and in perfect health after a thorough treatment with this medicine I have never used it myself without gaining great benefit A few doses restores my strength and appetite a t ris up AIBonville Fla Jnlrs Reed 242i E Cumberlarni St Plilladelpimla Pt szy5 Dnn Mns PaiairAxI feel itmy duty to write and tell you the good I hav received from Lydia E Pliikhams Ycgetaiblo CornI pound ijrI have been a great sUitror ith female trouble different trsa urriedicuies I 7 mhivitlinobenclit Two y rsa r Jwentunder 14an operation and it left in n Very weak had stomach trouble backache headache palpitation the heart and was very nervous in facts I ached allover I findy yours is the only medicine that reaches 1VITW such tronble and wouldcheerfully rec we H y ommcnd Lydia E Pinhliams Vegetable I I4I 1 Compound to all suffering women When women are troubled with irregular or painful menstruation weak ness leucorrhcca displacement or ulceration of time womb that bearingdown aa jIndigestionand true remedy Lydia E PinkliamS Vegetable Compound at once jremoves such troubles The experience and testimony of some of the most notedwomen of America co to prove beyond a questiorrTthat liydia E fPinkliamS Vegetable Compound will correct all such trouble atonce byremoving the cause and restoring the organs to a healthy 4and normal condition If in doubt write Mrs Finkhain at Lyni fMass as thousands do Her advice is free and helpful No other medicine for women in the world has rec i d spread anti unqualified endorsement No other medl a record of cures of female troubles Itefuse to buy any suoaUnite- IF Aftn FORFEIT if we cannot forIhirjtbsrodoeetbaori1natIetterssndaIgmmatsreatS testimonials which provo UUUU l dla E llnkham ilc lclno Co Lynn Jtaig Al W L DOUGLAS KYogwearing W L Souglai 350 cn3 shoes They cqu l those 4toraenso sale of Wi L Douglas shoes tlielriupenionityoyer makes sheedersI iMii for name and rile i That bOUgletaCor oatoIt proei talue hi umaa liter biihetgradefast Offor Kteltti ttted ii0 ifShoesiCr l free V L DOCULAS Brockton Huj J ON RAINY DAYS WEAR PTowERs WateriroofOILtD r VBR CLOTHING gMCorYjUOW 0MAltS EVERT AT COVKT i It d e I a a OfttntasHta Ht eiwi- L4 PATE N TO SpagebookniBr r mZQERALD C0 Ho KWatblacton IX a 1L iuuimii LTII BromoSeltzerPromptly cures a- llHeadachei liJt4ri II Millions Use CASCARETS Surprising isnt it that within three years our sales are over TEN MILLION boxes a year That provesmcrit tryjustCANDY CATHARTIC AVhcn ask for Cascarets dont let the dealer substitute some thing else There is nothing else as good as Cascarets and if are not pleased we pay your money back 10c 25c 50c all druggists Sample and free Address Sterling Co Chicago orRcw Yore W the Bowel IAMIiUNITION seenvehiPusedcreryw1mereIntts the zn e loader Ibaagtvcnwayiotbebe isier Itis mnadeinthelar dbes lrd cartridge i cxtsjThlsacs the tf fIts rroduct Jg1cwbthiN Catalog fic- j The Union MetaliIoC iido Co DIJDGErORT CONN Agency 3fl5 flroadvay ZCw Ycrk City l Y 1- LBigfotitflouti j 4 TOT1IS WORLD FAMED Virginia Hot Sprin 25W feet elevatloit on Chesapeake OhIo fly Ftceminent among a1Iy arrood Resorts ThlEN- EtVHomestead Hotel Under theisangtimment of iii Fred terry ThisflncbrickztruCtUret1nOwft1TY comptls- san rothns snI too prtcate baths acii room oppiled wIti long dIsiaDcP phone and modern ppointmatI 13roiers dCCCi ew IA0NIFCE T BATUUQUSE and tonal guolbesiIrsfliFin00LFLixSandNEWCtun flOtSE w ith Squash Court Ironglag roocia cafe ping ens tables etc Tenet CourtS nd sit uotGuol amusement OrcbeUra OCTOBERand NOVMBR The Grandest 4omlbs In the Year Magnificent Train tlCe Dining Csrs Pullman SIecpcfs OCacrvatlcn Ccii educed Rate TicketSflOW on sale RI y0f1jjrorroatbonhb0n3gefh50tth0 BIG FOUR ROUTES t LIVE STOCK aND MISCELLANEOUS Electrotypes IN GnZAT VAEIzTY FOR SALE AT TIlE LOtVIST PUICZS D A N KELLOGG NEWSPAER CO 335 Wait Filth SttcctCiuclnnctl P IISJIDEM OF This 1t1II orsiniNGTo ntr scvnzruco f ADVE1ITSU IN ITS CXMt euOUWmstsT4J1 uituoWa runT i rot atIiOLr at avnvuan on Istrwniosa it p I W3S b UGCOlxi c 4 1INADVANC sd 4z- I Sin m to ingevI iie s iS f addr CBioulQ a ways give previous address when writing Z t utioneryi separate slip of paperTh threSANNOUNCEMENT j For Stats Senator We are authorized to announce Wm B Whht of Carter county a candidate Democratic nombi ior the Senate from this district at the ISloveraber election 1003som hWe arc authorized to announce 4f nthan Barrett of Carter county VCBBdidate Republican nominee for tim Senate from this district lI u tho November election 1903 0SWe are authorized to announce Millard F Fouch ofRowan county a candidate Republican nominee for the Legislature from this triet at tbeNoveraberelection1903l Tnx fall in the price of seats ini the New York WiSlust week indicates the hard times of the stock gamblers of the metro polis The samba were shorn once too often i4 THK AUtknn Boundary Com t lpt faas removed the hone of StCitee ivor 4L OTthe United States claims ex giving Canada the Portland ttcvo1 Canada of course Is vast I heriLmuster y3Gf S zr 1 convention ar1NIdd1estoro Saturday to nominate d4f a candidate to succeed the Intel Vincent Borelng In Congress fromLh the Eleventh district broke up a row and the Chairman dcIi the convention toino etilth belLondoe4wards supporters left and n ltni M vnated him at London Tbe HunterB1 men remained in the halLand omiIi matsd Hunter CORRESPONDENCE1 jSti hjLickingnow torncntUng1ga1xntoreasmost of thex corn verjr BatlocH and trade oem lively ne re MB ceiling from 136 to 36 per acre Wo bed a conKldcrable frost here Monclny faornlnKtbemoAtrottwe have bodUIA tiusop VTII Btaton oW to Irane Bbonso elgh4Ba 5o CIe of land for Monda7 WI I II Moore oM to sima tRTbL land parrisovenyonoikand aFerrj Our new Cbditlaa Cbnreh wax deUantut Haaday Uy Elder W K edVLL niloncand4 4 debt 8ome of the biy bed little tooa mach redeye which cntigcd them to t 1 dly tbe day Tberewasplei 1elaTno oat on tbe ground and all Deemed to enjoy tbeniselre well SharpsburffI- Jnjie1SILk N A Dlmltt on the sick Hit riasiapTbere Is a gooddealof corn here it U Un I cuIfrO1fl bng toogreen THoward sold to Parker tynam el jhrteea MOlb tboau at 80 per pound isI Mrs Waller and nieErsonweretuMI8terIIngr1ifo eteandLaUrawriaMI8trZinp Yii hoSt e TxialivilJa jaItheaptIgICkurchSundaymorph 1STewardand wire Thued at Jacob andSr v Mrs K Plraltt returned MA fromTisit crathehand other places in town at took Bsuefc like a dry season f 5r i jMrsvaKntghIieftFri4yforMo eliead fS B Mis Florence who Is kIcbiag la Braekea Academy there iommjpersons i affnlrs We krtaw a taaatoaee liiaf TIld rich by attVadlag to his own Jwslaou Stoop Mlii MaideKisaick hajen qito4 4 ilck Mrs Kim Byrd Jr Is vIj gi5t124V ornOct 12to O 44 Jones anf wife a sea atJefregeneralver eC oorn In this aborhoowtllbebtJ0b pie etJ4d hie brother C 8 Thomas justjbS s eek q Chas Carter of Morgan conntv vWM t he gutof relatives liereseveui al days last week atcf r1wffeatOw1iiv11Io JeoM Morgaa ttd wife of near N thI4d1eiivaIted relative Ri- insdY MakTiMWftflh ieAaier- arda a Ri few saad imm 4leIyafteri- 4url eoayMlarIw rIen and 1fe1 vIFord leSdgerSplSegO lastwiuLC thaeDr Ad- Ba aur CIIflV teait froui JjFj AnSr the operaKoii1 linSIL 1 shea II remuveu ilft W IILbe iuIy I 54 LI Pf 7 SrP 1t 1 a4iA i little iou of isaac StcphensK herla Ftfit ClrlnMley of Illinois U the ronrt of L anti other relative here L er ca- E MttleCloy Hunt tnovd from J strCntrK iiLiara phneJessie the same day ifr ry WlIinn iId to Pnrnflatlsnsteeri last wnsn iil1ttlonverflu as to weigh WIbs top Mr Iantthcuiofweek as guests of tlielr parents nnd ottI JJJ In th Ylemlng countr JT Uudgt4i doHrcrcd to day three yearling helfors ibth13ottsCniI lnrneI three helIcr 1er head Mr Mnn Uaraolt one and one tocr calf toTLDarneltfu ere has been In this community In last throe months umoni the children one Mesles homhasnntclasscasaotlt isy the tnu- istncrosithnrlversolsju if you see v thing of the cblckenpox send it olong Ic BetholofMilton Rrttllff left Monday for caLou isiana1 Toxus and Oklahoma The late rains revived the gr g0tMrsAnnie Ratliff spent Friday in Car lisle ID S Trumbo went to Mt St g and Owingavillo Monday Tuesday on law business 1110 Alrrnamith returned hc Su Sto inganeVgay Oct 1IM Your scribo wishes the editor i TUB OUTLOOK and bride a longt happy and prosperous voyaot through life Mrs Sim EvsnP Mm CW rio leon Mrs Will Baird and Mro Grizelle Sanderson wont to Lex ing ton shopping IsteekFMidland City The sick in this are RoonThere wee considerable ice here Monday morning da Suycab of nnofdwelling almost completed dreCamptnnk on the hill above their fine w dwelling to furnish water fonl eir Bath rooms rind laundries i I see so much in the paper about e email docket this Court Welef evo somebody hae failed a his duty as chicken thieves corn F eves and gamblers are thIl iker an fleac on a dog In thucomn lfr X Robin Patrick has a nice red de horned cow that will weigh al 850 Ibs that came to lila place May The owner can have s calling and paying cost of keep g J 1411 sboroThBANKOPKHiKa WsdnesdayOct 111 over 500 people attende l the ening of the HUUboro Deposit j fr Oweetl e bprgoo thatifed the large orJoTietank hay oapital of djbeflrst day deposits amount to almost 15000 which puts It pound basis Hon W Deo ringwI Flemingeburg spoke in the rote on after which the bank was w rethoover the counter Misses Ethel Markwell And Day were the girls JM offlccrs of the J Bfcar O B Graham President 5dM C Saunders Thos H Val niB H Rice O B Denton AT Day Dr S F OBrien Jno V Gilmore J H Hawkins JaI H Shepherd Directors sad 84kowd a highly polisbod gintle man rmerly of Harrioa untyGash ter The bank has about 40iIlin1dfiiooi jlv aaB aaa rfmd on LuieofIt has a new Hosier safe that cost 900 late improved which is pro tected by burglar insurance on ey y iollor tbat Js in tue bank- r Grange CJty i B K Lynam ie threatened wittf typhoid fever i yf+ lier Havens returned Jicnel LMrsstives at Sunset last week 4 M C Price has improved our town by building new sJjop Ma LOA Haylor of Wait pjr nia3le vjsitinff friends and reinMo tivesMisa Bertha Bittijdgar of Jeping one visited Miss Sallie EfitiU ndayWJflF Lula SIcLain little 4Wgh SZsaao McLain and wife is ry sicktoMrs Emily Bradley and daugH ter Mr John Outright visited the Lic formers daughter MISS Taylor he Bradley of Wyoming Mr Jones Mrs Arthur Waller Sa L anRjnd Friday 4 fjlast reek waMrsTRwegdonwife at Owingiyllle SundayS Mrs i tog McSIted pdMisses Jessie Atchison of WyJ oralng arid Leila WiHeroyof j8 atr attaropinie Daynear Pop1r iuns l ltyedneedayofMlases Addle and iEilaifewman jA flil nnd Minnie WWton Mre Bud ColUver and Mrs Allen BuWicu gs atCcded the dedication rATi ne w liurcb near Mqpres Ferrif ihc nduy I5LJLSt TJMrs Bullir Yarbrotigh of Knob T4tt vipitetl fronds here Sunday Lid Monday rs Cleil Ooyle at RoesRun tc d her mother Mrs J Per Thursday Several from hero attended the show at Mt Sterling Tuesday a ndatall reported it fine OttM rs came LuthSaturdayband and visit her son Clyde terrIStep crytuneSaturdaytheJ hereisse from Midway where sIlo had illJyStelln the 9yearold dairghter Mr and Mrs Lila HaxU very badly burned Sunda caught on fire nt the house if Mr veryaFBone co to iterTcouCrooksWalter Bail y was at OlyniYou yinwas In Mt Sterling Saturday imeM 5they thervilloS fcirc TusMrs Tom Snttcrfiold and son ol Salt Lick arc visiting relate iV3s her Millard Sutton sold to Peed Lat hratu met Wednesday a cow for 21 P Hendrix it Co shipped carload of cattle and hogs to weeAn oil nati Saturday Mrs T J Hovermalo and OwlngsvilleSaturday Henry Johnson ylsitcd the fam ily of Will Nixon at Salt Lick nday and Monday Peed 4k Lnthram shipped n cartOt load of sheep and cattle to Cincin i Wednesday of last week are Anna Gilbert and two chit Johnenta D S Nixon and wifer Slepstone Mrs Walter Shrout and 1a t dooih NaheJas Eldridge loft Thursday for Ford to visjt his sister and family and to see his best girl 7Ow5Crook 8pcirvSuntJay hero visiting tirJSundeylwUi Mw Ms father JW I Mo adnijbyk4ton FerWmomson were here Isitfn Mrs As brothers A Wand QaorgeUnu Co nnerfulH B Sexton and family of ncbnj hngavillo spent from TIit Saturday with Mrs Sa father e Ray t ur we4thFlat Creek SMrs Jane Newman of Salt Lick urned home Wednesday rift w days vieiUo CoJ J W 1ecrlilte nnd family James Carpenter of Pleasant Plainp III was here for ten days visiting his fatjjerWfi Carpenter and family Mrs Cnllie Ragan ami children left Saturday to visit her daughter Sirs W L Huffinnnvand family oarayaoo Mrs T Mteachof Sit Ster g returned lime Wednel after a fy days vjsit to MrsR and family Hugh Bristow and two do ugh iers of Harrison Co were hare SatWe are to haven new store in wil ou Iheling of B F Myers Jr and V Montjny soon to be opened up ji jd 1kIngUn1on j wi Ita McK1nie is poorsytheaba W McKinnoy went to Ow ingsville Monday on business Erics AJtrey went to Owinci nday on his wheel on business A T Ham and wife went to Owher evlllelast Thursday shopping Alpha B McKinnoy and Salt Lick HuBo6the daiIymaiIito from Salt Lick Yale WeVflhinlasuFridayto the property bought last ThiiredaybetSam Sparks wen to More bend ph horuayqamed attended Sunday Joe and BUlje Cogswell took a gonIoad of piping tot L orJs nt Stark Elliott Co ast will wednesday ThOscatfrom the well on r ue gra1tnney viQCJG Jc nson and family JJert Johnson M 7 i1e Edmie Aj n i MoeniiedXthechurch atiJ Qwes Ferry last Sunv ob Uoekmrn met with a sadact bough le to carry the mail to Salt Lta j e mule began kicking him in 5s TA WosrEnor T v Born to DudJoy Downs andwl o afeon J Millard Fouch was here one lay last week Hogs are doing better than ti have for years Kid Clayton is attending sc Hazel Green John A Daniel is very low SsWier Wills with consumption M betjLittlo C T Piersall of Hnzelton K sae is visiting relatives and fricSn a Arthur Donnell who had wor hom ileThe chestnut crop was reduced jSheJames Karrickhas the boss tur Spiuldhe duckkilling record of this nty belongs to F P Hurst de ed who killed 43 ducks in one in the spring of 1872 near ngs old mill You can hear gun shots In every direction The boys cant claim are shooting at rabbits for e arent any Fire awaVj boys you think there is no hereafter here j8 little or nothing ut the election Qand wo hopb neither side will send in whisky Itjioabet in such thingsLSlate Valley Ntvt much visiting done the pnet i One thing we ore to JrlissB efoutlerCounty Court day for 116eryBig frost Sunday night the first f any consequence this fallitaWe will compliment the editor the good advice he gave ithe Is not Oiling qp the coqmqa of paper with visiting We congratulate our editor Mr n Honaker and his beautiful rind accomplished bride May the theythe prayer of the writer T he boz supper presided ov er br Miss Margaret Cannody at the ylor echoolhouse vas n success in every particular 1I1eFri had nice behavior The boxes sold for 141d The money goes to ro r the schoolhouse rs A goodly nurnbor from this neighborhood rttendet the dedicu i of Christs Church near lice Licking rivir They- ood linvi A g building beautifully citijnl iiyonomas where Mt nre ry turnpike crosses the lies Logroundt by the wngonlond nnt plentiy Hn LFIOayElder Iendletnn of OwIng itpre ached aryappropriute So mon on the pccasjon All Cl inist c went want ntsray Edifl- edjnol feet and may God be truly xvt shmled there is the prayer of the Vritlnd Salt Lick Mrs D Rice ia visiting relatives on lilaPrickly defVthis week in Louisville thMrsmother Mrs Bates are visting In Ashland Mrs J M Pierce left last rinlday for a twoweeks vjslt with her onuilHLandrum made i Mo tatrebeadtozpturdayr brother at Torneflt q DrBJair and foraily tOol u P ir pew and comfortable abode the hospital Saturday Douglas Smith pf Cov ngton pabrougife hi A large crowd from nereattended dedication of 4iia Chri Church at Moores Ferry Sunday 1tt Trilleing a pleasant visit to her frieuds e Will Razor passed through town at J1jnprugJ coiamesFloyd Cochram have Returned from st Virginia where they had been Sf work in the lumber woods 101Bobween this place and White SuP ur rs froi IE IStld5j coseXilieerousIy hurt IC taucFirbuilding contractor of jthis place to complete three buildings this t0 ek two and store e Kautz fe Grain drufitore will QW next wbila the RaH i Hot ci is- isbawingfat Bricklaying gi buiding on Ifce fCampbell Fell store I Another cirreapondent T1 Therd was plenty of Ice bore nday morning Frt V Cfi of Wwingsvillo was iiii returned fromPltts bt iS 3 4fr 1 WI ta6flhhtbelIs lur Rtn ro jSitev E Dnwson and wile fly viaitinglho luttcrs parents atV QeoieyRd Jackson soul his property terrI0oljdojarsW MONorkJ Foils new Stave od B 8ocatflttPoni7 Johnson itt Preston was thje guest of his daughter Mrs Nixon Sunday and Monday anEverything sold wellat IJro Pnwpons sale Monday Mrs Aide Mnupin has moved into the house eeJesie Meeke Ome Warren and son Otis returned last week m Clay W Va whore nod been at workston thenWinrive r at 15 pert acre anti Isaac rIse bought the land at 20 per Upper Prickly Ash Scvernl from here attended Court at Alt Sterling Monday W J Shrotit and wife vii fit nds on Flat Creek Sunday RJoshuaten Mrs Sfiarpaburg SaturdayCsaidE S Hamilton and wife of Rooa Run and Alfred Moore of Mont orn rnery Co were gucea of Ur8 nio hamilton Saturday A Ie Stewart anti Charlie No TTle i filter Mao Ratlilf and Ml Ing 190lastT Quito a crowd from here attend salllwd and plenty of dinner for cved bodytoMrs R T Zimmerman and Mrs ry Ellington visited the form er inRn setberscjnlast week Almanza Stone bought of his fatherinlaw JJ F Harmon in Fle Oo three nt knproownm last Friday son forChanleand and C II Car visited T Jlan satdayjtc gindhhs typhoid favor and is nt the vhjgino of his fatherinlaw TItheinn JleClain on Hild Eagle I Mrs Nancy Shrout id son Los ro i JM Inlysanti Mrs Rlchrdx Dbltl srtd f wily near Sharpsbu r Riloy Chandler sold to Ti WPr 26J acres of land on Burb gee Brandi for 875 alec- isc the hi null lot now occupied bv ChoolCfl 7111 rSHERIFFS ilLtFaJJl 1s In mr hap dIrfnn fyfflrWtl liiir tastiiyx and ngtUrKtS U lnsli numbers tiii 4ISs the llrst nahfvd for he second IIi tt besides Intaist and cost I vlSn 01CMONDAY JSOVBJIIIKR 9 IPUI be doo twrhf higundividedendant S H Knsh nnd levled upon itifnot tinedinouth ofPreiJh Creek Ar id dc iiij and bounitedas Ifitows ZegI nnIng ntlituirplot of difliij i njsopior to Oeorgo floodpaster w lowi2poiesitnernerto1otNcintri uCe N 010 i J4O1 poles to a cliike atn poiilne5i lce epmer to Gcpr eQoodpnsterthVnc y Nlningatt If 67Jashandto W SVr4tddoworrighlur Ttons etathbnsSETCn BOTTS Sheriff of Bath Co KOnlagsvllle= mmm a to SHERIFFSSflLE E handuanILj 1e 5th day of October Icrn in fa or ofin Owompsony IrThplettnumbers4Uaatid4l i the linAntnamed for W the second for I1830 bosiaeslutcrcrtnnacosts I will on MONDAVKOVEMBEB 9 i00linthe Courthouse door y rfrstetotbehIhesb1dder6ni icredpuf three mouths the interest of IL lagportynty JM nnd hounded and described us f0jOWJ Beginning at a stone n corner to ii BalileJoposof color thence with her lineSpay7 210 poles to a stone corner to Cothence 8 ta B 4 010 poles to a stone Corner RTrlpett thence BSJiV 43 1lOpoles R tonecornertosalne thence 8 84 E poles to a stake n cornermade for the par thence N6JJB poles to stake nt S3nerottheyardLhenceN640 e to a stake In DQrovcs line thencoN 1SiVgt 88100 poles to the beginning con tio ing 410 acres of land ver same or enough thereof will be tola satisfy said executions then anion Ltt1ie9BlirBOrT3 Sheriff pi Bath Co jUV GudgeiiAtty- cerngi1iie icy Oct 15 1605 goo r that EJ FALL 1 lagIvu i sunSlilly abliitwilaUasparagus and everything for or ben cliiird lawn and garden No agents tboi i teat prices to the planVr JOLatoUigue on npplieijLoh to SS f5 rrS r1 mcrs Sale1 IrcultCourr V PlnintiJIs- Q8t InEquity- geTKutis Icfendtttit- virtun of oftlioButh Circuit Courtrondered at theOctober 1003 in the aboveentitled case undersigned will on DAY NOVEMBER Dth 1003 At t Courthouse door in Owlngs landlocksale to the highest bidder on a credit of six months tire folIowinRdescrib ved tract of land or enough thereof to amountlfKThe saul lands being situate In Bath courtly Ky near Forgo HIU and nt a Csetbeech tree corner to the lands of Fan ny Green thonce a iTiy w i on poles to a set stone corner to same ce S 24 W 0421 poles to a set e thence 8 21 12 V 3084 poles to a set stone corner to J M Moore ce with SOld Moores laud 8 G9 f 74 poles to a point in tire center of the turnpike roan timncn with center of said turnpike F 4Ethenco 32 poles thence N 3 E SO poles thence N 6 E 4016 poles to a point in the middle of r to t Ihe92100 acres of land The purchaser will be required to securiItedmade paynhln to the undersigned CommissionerOudgelt Commissioners Sale Bath Circuit Court Honry Garretts CredltorsPlaintlffs EquityHenryBy virtue of a Judgment oftheBath Circuit Court In tIe nbovnentttled case rendered at the October terra 3 1 will on NDAY NOVEMBER Oth 190S At vIllOwingseKybetweenhe 8 o clock p m of said day offer fore to the highestbfddoronncredhl six the followingdescrib land or enough to satisfy t amouiitlnhesltunto in Jtyth county on Slate Creek First a tract of 8 8100 acres hounded as follows Beginning at a stake near two walnut trees a ner to Bell thence B 29VV 8L poles to an elm tree thence S 88 E 2032 poles to n stake thence N 20 E Cre pol Cekmeanders to the beginning The said perty to be subject to the rf Mrs Mary nrrettthe si Ii dowerIfn sufficient num to pay said Judg at then I will offer for sale at the tracd of to isfy the balance of snjd judgment ich adjoins the flrstdescni bed tra terningds thnco n 83 E 44 f poles ales paick nce with said tier thsthence with said dower line N 29 W R5 poles to thp beginning and i muieulug IB acres ll purclinsor will h rrquirpd to- cfsDU ixiNuto anfj honds with foivl Recur ity b arlnc inturfft from date and QiofcerR CommissioncGudgell Commissigners Sale Bath Circuit Court J M niohart Ac Plaintiffs enDCurniichnelsffolrs of thor lath Cir cult Court In tue nboveentl tied u rfitidtrod at the October turiti 1009 I will ou MONDAY 9th 903cr chUtlnt3house door in OwrsvLle S po een the hours pf land 3 oclucl p rjthighestmo nthip tipe ollowiugdesoribect I met land pr enough thereof to satisfy futoreBathCr eek near Preston section coat cliiunin r forty aerntid bounded ass tot Bcglntjlngat a set stone a con Ititidit of John Tt T hi the south side Qt a hill thence witn said Chnsons6 S3 W H poles to ft staks thence BW3QpoleStoastake thence W to o stake thepjoe N W 24 poleto a ake theu i 36le4Ikekeeornem to Ewing and Howell the nce with said EwiiiRs lino N 77 410 poles a stake corner to Ewing s CotakeJ F Johnsons land thence S 036 poles to the beginning 1Aca boundary cbntaining 60 fierce but acr MesAbounded as follows Beginning at s dathelngsvllle Preston turnpikecenduilaSpring thence e across a hollow totio the lma fence ofJ F Jotidon a t a at yuehnson and Henry Craycraftfu the norondthwesterlyto an tiieexecute sale bonds with coocl aeour co bearing Interest from datemade bymmis8ioner a EWING Commissioner Gudgell Son 4ttyathe weCLIMATICTne Influence of cUmatic coi idlou Joypatient and the rich patient too can tori paattontlaurcRular use of German Syrup 1ateexpectoration in the morning Is tain by German so r aKy jnjghts rest arc the absence of weakening cough and debiili night sweat Restless nights exhaustion du to cuugiiing a greatest danger and the c onby Aribyand reu1aIy Should you bo e to co to a Warmer clime you ten find that of the thousands of of umptIvci there the fear who ireand regain strength are lan sewho TiCla75cBNTKIMBROUGH 7 ner v r page Camples and get sand we will brkhcri 4rAS SS r c 54i STRN D BoreBIBiisteis 01 110W TO KEEP WARM The prev i1ingosts have no doubt put you tithinking of the approaching cold weather ALet tie yotqrepare for it CLOAKS CHILDRENS 3 to 10 95 to 914- LADIKS lto20 BLANKETS ALLWOOL 3 to 1250 COTTON BLANKETS thefor HATH ROBES and KIMONAS from 1 to 91GO tS Eiderdowns Flannelettes Outings and other excluders of cold we also have in assort ments most choice With these Jgestions followed intelligently winter should have yoiif Show- intelligence by byying from SAMUELS CO JUT KENTJ L fAtjjS C OODPASTER CO Jj Commissioners Sale intBathSYi juagainstWillis Murgnnd Heirs ojDefendants By virtue ofa judgment ando der of sale of Bath Circuit Court rendered at the Oetii Cledten Commissioner wilbn MONDAY l VEMBEB i 19 3 Itinieulit y between tjlOI of 12 ifpil to cspuse f rie at publit Sit Cohilerirgvilt Kentucky the full iiiiAcounty Kentucky on the water f Slate creek nnd bounded qndleHcrihtd us follows n point 10 feet east of Jwhn L Vices curlier iu thg lihe if J A illam antI r It Wiiiiain HMv at on that line 890 feet thence utli 225 feet thence west 300 feet thencp pprih 225 feet to the begin j containing 2 acres pf hint Terine Sale will be movie edit of six month The ciitit aser cI1l be required o ext iUp bond with approve eeourity for the payment of iirchic mi neSIi g 0 per cent interest from the day of sale until paid having the rce and effect of a judgment andiSl taining n lien on eajd propirayC tilall of the purchase money j6 paid GC SWING Afaster Commissfonor C W Gdodpaster Attorney Commissioners Sale Bath Ailsey J Claytons HeIrs o Plaintiff tf4ispySByorder of sale of the Bath Circuit urt rendered at the October m 1903 in the abovestyled use undersigned Master Commissioner will on ONDAY NOVEMBER tb1903 a the some befog Dquoty Court y between the hours of 12 lock m nn oSlofi p in irece ed to o1TerI itpubhic a uo n to the kestand best bnli Ionaj the CourTiBBBedoorIn Owin gesai le Kentucky the following de scr ibed property td wit Jydon e waters of Vhite Oak Creek ntaining about 63 acres and bounded as follower On thenn rtbac the lands of Warren Rodgi re the south tlielandsof Thos George Boyd on the efat lands of W B Gudgoll oh the wa stby the lands of Chas SyJij it is all and the same ifft in tUe deed from 6jau4 O nes and wile to Ailsey J Clay of record jin Deed Book 53 ge Bath Gounty Records lop Second A of land situ d ln Owing8116 Bath county i1i containing about one acreand bounded on theaorth by the Ow Jllfls aast the properly of the late oITa Confer x n the west by ie M perty of the be rs of W C Al tfldeed on the south by a str eeLTZ said t ran known ajs Pension Avenge is all and samo NO d cunve in irnid Ails yton by Je of 8l5Jltftte S gN- credit of fix mt 9er will be ru d for the pi I c 5I F0RS Our line comprises the latest iJens Jn COLLARS COLLAR ETTES arid PELERINE torn 1c to so GOHFORTABLE These enemies of Jack St ce we sell from 13 to 5 ore really WARM uiemlipr few sug no your M1R1 STERLING COONS the her rolnck t nin the thvithle CircuitCourtIt the by parcel the ecvr I ap proved payable to tbit Commissioner bearing six per cent erest from day of sole uhjij paid ofdgment cia i M property for the full Rymerr the purchase prito GOEWIKG Commissioner J J Nesljltt Any I 1 Commissionersi bale Bqth Clrcujt Court T P Ilumiker rTnintilF ngaiTPt Sale in Equity JohriJ Honker etc DtfffndHntgt Uyvirtna of q jiidgtuent nnti or derof 8nle of he IJnth Circuif urt rendered at the Octob iQPfj in the ulove Rtylcd the lndrsgnt4 lair oiii f Siinr will pn M OtIA OEMliErttiK3 j q v110 snnn heiiigCiuntyCuijf naitIWerfl thi ImurB of 12 t Wj l51 l nj priccelj irir r title at public ncI in1iS tns gheathi slid het biibhr1 at I U3urt tiitio door in Owiugvhi vKe ntucky the 1iIllowiugltesrih- toprypr tiuiS 1 A 4 tract of land lying in Bath R UnILT Kentucky nn Nuylora Branch nrjijliqunded by Uejjinniu ai T point n nugiir tret and u blnck wajnuj nt the nutlSIC Of Lrunchi ii earner ence N 61 W GS 18 piilc Junti In ha Q orSe IetthTiIIhl thence N b IS Hole to p c tone a comeAW Honakcss Innd JO Jones hr l ence N 6335 E 634 1 poles W- Rtone on top of a ridge u corner tii HonaJwr thence N 8840 B 1892 poles to a small black locust a corSner tf I onaker tbenca S 23k l4 69 50 polcl to 3itlhitlt II corner o Ifonnker ibenes S 81Qt 3630 poles to aIargewhtte oak 4Tree stood ii corner to epS lof B 3639 poles to thg grniag containing 55 61a rea fd land is encumbered witW a- Way through It of CiTTiv Ht ers and vlll be sold subject paid pasH Terms Safe wilt be made Credit of six months Thf ich aser will be required to f bond for the purchase moey with approved security payable to the Comraissioper bearing six pn f nt interest from day of sale uhtjj paid having the f9rce nnd effect oZ Judgmehf and retaining a lien on paymenttheG C EWING CimrnisS1ll1CP ngJJNosbitt Attorney F4U SLann or 12Q res n Sherbntn j OwingBviH pike 3 miles south of Sherburne 9 inbyterfid lwellinK of 4 rooms out ltiiii bjg tobacco barn vTs tract of 83 j acres near Mt iPIeosant Chprch all in bluegrass well fenced These lands can lie bought oij gaypymentSpriIcp1ars- g H iQwlngavilleKy ORAILWAY D e cejijt a pflfty All d rine25afl5crz7Dningrar pd almctuto XE AtU ifPoTIvJuLX ov TcAiNs AT PBSSTO 5 tz ti S4E-