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1i5ioO1 ir I t 3 P tPt c1tO JlP J JIIL IiJ St 1d cz- T I It A v Jt t ll t i 41 s f 1t rL 4itrrJ til hJ t r l Jdt i i4i j r r f rj Y tt If r j ff o 7 i Ij + f PERSONAL C O McAlistor camo over from Lexington Tuesday CC Ilnzolrigp of Frnnkforrcnme homo Monday to vot- eRobtrtGaultof Frankfort camo homoTuesdny to vote tr II J Dally wont to Carlisle Monday to visit relatives Clark Unse011lt Jr camo up from Millersburg to vote Tuesday Mrs T WEwIng wnst confined to her bed lust Aeok with the grip Robert Coylo is sick with either lead poisoning or threatened attack of fevor Chns S Powell of Riclmiondwas here Tuesday lookingafter his tele Ecton Bolts went to Cincinnati Saturday whore ho has n position irl a railroad office jMrs J J Nesbitt was with her daughter Mrs W P Straderin Lexington last wuek Bartlett Paxton of Mt Sterling visited his grandfather Win H Daugherty Sunday Mifls Juliet Whlto has returned home to Eminence after n visit to Mrs Henry T Hopkins mnyhlvothe Mrs Kotintz residence Mr and Mrs John Sliroutof lies Mill camo Saturday to visit John McKInuovan west of town Mr and Mrs Leslie McCurmickot Mt Sterling were guests of Mr and Mrs Leo D Brother Snilday j Kmmct Ifratman nnd wife wer with the lilUff t mother UI VI W Moor at ABhUnd the past week IItUodaughtBumlny with Mr and Mrs T S Slirout CW Honakor was confined to hie bed some days lastweek threatened tiMondny nlandKlder und Mrs U H Ross Sunday and Monday Chafl Brother of McCansoy Mont leo county spent several days this week with his parents Mr and Mrs J M Brother Misses Lodenia and Lillian Wood and Muster John Duty of Mt Ster j1HonukerSunXlay gSirsKiiests of tho formers brother Dr J II Ta lhee Friday IIS8 s tInS Sll out ntnf1o A atlrfxhomlaYwfW 5t tt ogLt Itfi 1 i tt + o 3tN P710 4 4 it JrT lIi14 q J II It 1r 1 o r Or lEci t ff IA 79 j l t 1i ttP I 1 itf J c ltfiJ tt 1III t 7 io tt lt iiO4 11Ii l- t kf iM ji ri t1 S t t l rt c 4 Ii I e i J1J A 1t I tlJ- o rM 0 if r vC j o a riofi I Jt I+ tM SJ cIt Ji ji y 14 fE1 t r H t J ff d S ia 4 t r i Ie i IIic 11 t id r rjt 1 i t1ik b V r foYftlM ittwiJo t tt4tgl 1 i JioC1 I j rr v i t 1 r Iof tI f r t1 4cJ f 1 fl a1 a io xJZ b I iso t 1 i lr Iili tt t r r r 4r Jf J ir jO t fi5l ip f 4 tt 1 t IiI JUo t t 1 po c I f rf ii r iJ It f l JfV J itJYk11xI if f ftO J4A 0if1 IJtliOf d y + 4 f r p s f S 0 v 0 S 1 At EUSI Remember I am closing out to quit business and am giving BARGAINS in everything FOR CASH Mrs D S Estill Estate Oak Radiant Homo and Coles AirTight Heaters BTKONS HARDWARE Bruce Sexton has loon appoint ed poetroneter nt Reynoldsvill to to succeed J W Arnett deceased tube McGlothin and MiaaMinniof Myers of eastern part of the county were married here Ono day last week by Elder B H Ross ff AcciDENTiHolman Rice of eK rff town was thrown from a wagontt by the tem of mules running off one day last week and his heel crushed by tim wagon runningover k Ho is able to go around To TDK PuxiLIoI have just gore- to an expenpo of six hundred dol lars in refitting my dental office with instruments and electrical ap plinncep and am now better pro pared than ever to do all work per to dcntiptry I Tebeen here sixteen years and work has always given antis n All work guaranteed Call and eeo me G W CONNER D DS U NCLA unD LETTK Rt Remuininc in Owinssville Postofllco Nov 2d Ifl03 Miss Carrie N Power Mrs HenryMPs ItsIRItrhrlNftfsTnTot Mrs Pete Collins 4Irs Llddio Jlerk JN McDonald in Mifs Jesfilo iilark Toni Dat ill PprBnn8 alline for above letters pleet2Y1idtprtjFecj A BARKK P M PnOTnAtT J tIITJ1iJ1 T Fq n ntilJl y enn Ie jj1S i J t ffltrl f 1i i rti Z 3 i s iiIf il ol tto IIt Jtz P J p c r 4 1cPhe JJ l t i j t iil 4 t tj J3 W t tt JliIi c5tI r r 4l e i4 I c P f 1a S 4 I a 7 i 7rJ J I fiil 2 NEW DENTAL PAHLOB Drl W O Mclntire has opened an office in the Elliott Block opposite the Owings House and is ready and equipped to do all kinds of modern dentistry at reasonable prices KxtEniEXCKD DNr16TDr W 0 Mclntire has had experience in tho big advertising dental offices is competent familiar with everything now in dentistry antI will do all work at very reasonable prices ruE BAZAR TheHallowoen Ba Izar held at the Courthouse Saturday night by the Ladies Aid So cioty of the Christian Church was highly creditable affair being largely attended and much enjoyed Much taste was shown in dc corating tho four booths each he ing different from the others in design One was devoted to serving a lunch of Welsh rarebit croquets pickle chocolate nod coffee anoth or to hpmeinade confectionery tan other to the sale of dolls chocolate siibcriptionsfor ices weie served at another The supply of ices dolls and some other goods gave out long before tho tho demand ceased The gay col orl1 lights and animated company made u most pleasing the Bnzar being socially nil that was expected and financially more so The gross receipts wore about 55 onlyfew a about 50 net tqppply to the church debt ANOTBKP COMMUNICATION FUOM JAMCS E CIAKKC Monheud Kv Nov 2 IS03 Editor OcTtifrji In aililitifin ttllE cisai wbicutiou nappeunidNJ7ctt lr rt r iilj fnlIill f o1or l IiI v JO f C t3yf f6 t j v Qr i 1Y ij J d 1 iiL44 I i f 2 i a U ro tioa ctc tJ 1sMt c11r r If 1 tt e f 1t l ii 7 s 1l I5 f1 r f f 0 t 5 4 2 4 y Hltf f i1 3 1r sf Il 4 T 5t i a v I 4 t T 7 7 fi 7yK RACKET STORE We have a nice line of Fall and Winter goods and at prices that will please your pocketbook Call and see the bargains we can give you One price to all and that always the lowest Menb and Ladies Gaiters pr 25c Flooring Oil Cloth Ii yd wide 39o Husking Pegs 15 8 3o Baby Cltp9 2515 12c Fancy Toques 20c aiens Gum Boots pr 225 fa Felt Boots 150 up 2icChlldrentsLarge Twisted Hair Pins 20c Needles paper 3c CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W3 HEFLINn CORRESPONDENCE Continued from fourth page Knob Lick Last week was ideal fan weather A nice shower of rain hero Mon day morning Some few more cattle have died with blacklex in the last few days Some talk of the election ure not lulling over ono another on account of itIf onehalf of whtot c chof the old parties charged with ho true God help them and their parties too j Last week would have been nice weather to kill hogs though there were none in this community fat enough Joba Clark is orynnxlol181or the souwm to shoot birds h e w mence as ho fears he wilt gc out of practice They continue to play b H tore Gocoip8teictiqv bruiting himself up consiJ Drably waaltftkendailgorously Judes at Olympia was ought home Sunday some beLt tt this v The party lash is beInv aiedi- n soiilQ in trtiicoB thongi Ju rily- there vure some mDravelIIinllAttf their own UII Zg1i to r ltoDlrum c a oto C11 aro not isianV ilfO here arejf rl ir W 1eMr f t I IJI17 9 f w iJ itJS o i 1tm 1lff IJ IIf 0 r h t tS j 54I j tjIr Ir lf j a7 ft itO Itjf r ofit s Ir t c i Sl 4 i i iv t S S r I ff0 4 v 7 k r t t it Violins 4 275 150 100 Ladies Winter Veste2 ICc- Fleeced lI 8epr2520 lOc 3 Slate iMhells la Childrens Night Robes 25c Ladies OutlngNightRobea 7949c u Garters pr 100 Cobblers Outfit 40c 2ft Squares 25c Axes 65 45c Corn Poppers 158c Owingsville Kentucky 8100 REWARD Your Clock ia out of order Win ter is almost here and you should havo the clock cleaned and oiled As the weather gets colder the more it stop You lose no money on mo 100 reward for every one that faila to run Jknowyou have had this man and that man to roo pair itand tho clock is still stopped But when Sturgell repairs it it will run and bo O K Warranted one year BASCOM STURGELX JEWELER Owingsville Ky PtATflLJLi4 i t r 1I t i tt r Jt i i1 E tj5 ij t9 iPV W 4 4 r y SS 4 4 t uj- f 2 ii r T S v SAD QLESHARNES Why buy a shoddy socalled handmade or mnehirnwrwcje F Saddle or Harness when you can get strictly flrstclneS ftMa t jmade right hero ftt homo and made out of the best oiiktiirMvU loather and by men that only make first mes work f iyS Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADDLE Is the CaBlfestandcasie8trldnigand ostturabl8ahlle nilp If you try ono Bet of our handmade buggy narnesg SPti wiltjt Vi always nso thorn I have the best line olBaidlerygopdsiin Wa pnrtoftheStiiteIauilVouru for best saddles a nUnaru reir EUGENE MINIHAK OwINGsy1rLE KYt 4 SAM P ATCHISON4 r DRUGGIST r 3 FINE WHISKIES WINES TOBACCO GIGR81W r BUY REBN SEAL SHOngr FOR MEN WOHEN and CHILDREN MADE IN LOUISVILLE ICY U S Ail WITH LOUISVILLE OAKTANNED SOJESiwt i Ibestwearing leather in the r salebyOscar Chandler Kentucky bwin gsviHe7 Ill ffiL ffiJ im W rEJJ lfi1 r r r New II Cloaks I Skirts Il I SulbnQ s I We are showing a nice lot of Iuptodate goods in all lines want you as a customer 9rWe prices are low Jt 0 7YV i t r t r is lDO n astn fA1 N Jr Lifg J J t mkoa 0 o c I Vof f 1 i J IXt IJ tfi I 1iJ ttY t 1tI JrSt or r 1i J f t r H fI t r fI i iit ciI ftitr J l i j f4 j eJo fJl J i r 12 riii tli Jo IiTji 1 i u iJtJIoI 1hiit l4il it r Y1L1 4ii f f 1 1j I f i jZ ri t1 SttCtr 1 5 fIy V J I i G f f hIti ilt1 Xi f 1j ltfT i if t A 5 K ft I S r fC t ttJ k it fJfoH rift t fr i r r t t 1 J 5 i Spbip VSt i t c5i I t 1 t is t t 1it fttlj t 2S W f r f 1I 1 V VY t1ii i1hf0 t trhi J JJs jI r1 1 r 1 Y tji f k s y I4b i t 61 1f I J r tf t l to1 Ijt x i j fit t I J t i1 isP1ck JWILLE KENTUCKT t Ht i FORESTT MEDITATIONS S I waysVhcrok F of praise SWhero ferns and moagcs fringe the woodland pathaAnd drowsy summer days a V I love to hear the woodnymphs ellvern ntThe whisper coming with each Oalllant 1lAnd chirp and chatter where the squir refs throng I I love to breathe the first sweet life of lL lL spring The olive branch that March and April p1The promise of a season long delayed 1 The whisper from each tender budding thing I love to see the tender buds untold That hcard the wood nympha calling through the mold e And cams up gayly from their winter sleep T Each full qt beauty as its cup could bold i fIlove tfeetthe dead leave on the ground Th tPlrenk and rustle with a pleasant sound That rise and faU with every xbphyra sigh For bud and blossom go their endless round r I love tie earth the rty the humble sod The heart of Nature which Is truly God a The i ulot things that ever beckons me Unto those heights wh n SRJa hath rare I ly troV CliitftfiX ftawkef In Springfleld Mass ott Republican pIA Daughter I 4 ofthe Sioux By GEN CHARLES KING t liIuuIIs NImIulIIFtJ r If I F CHAPTER 1VCotuEnhTh Vell done sergeant I knew I 4 could count on you answered Webb OneImore troops quar t era and see how Kennedy is faring o t l He came in with dispatches from I moretfaneyresponslbllUyJilp lat 4I vi ii ajua the sergeant and alti1E turned away while Webb went buck to set a dismantled pantry z in partial order against tlc appear 44i nee of his longsuffering housekeep er whose comments he dreaded as q1 InspectorgeneraIIId l Ten minutes more and the sergeants back againj awas 1 have to report that Trooper 4 SI r Kennedy has not Wen seen about the qadb1j quarters said he Then try the stables sergeant answered the veteran campaigner and thither would Schreiber next 4 l lave gone even had he not been sent I And sure enough there was Kennedy with rueful face and a maudlin ngJJr q j 61 ere making it i r f I Soul 1Se to thlt t S SA i i ii JI t r = kS 44 f f ty1 0 i tlt fiij jt i i foiifIC t f+ fh i 1if 1f j tItofi J 4J1o tl4 t I 1 i t jyfL ti itit4 tl iJoIC1 i r 4tV5 IIi t 4 or 1 r 6 i Irt t r Ii r di L d ttt r tIlYo J lr tr W o1 j t rr 4 JS 1 l 1 S oo 4I 1 1 V1 t 1 t tt IS 11 o Q rft Jlj oaA PJt t nt1 Att ifll Y Jr T tb t t j W rr S 7It ti t t ci lfrtj rf Y k i t t MS d ioI L3bo fifq5 th t 1 la iV fI F t J f w 4 tt1to or 1 II 4 i4 2 H i t 1i rrfi i t rlr iI= I 1 to 4 0ti I tc f32 jf ISi i fl 41 j t tM f y t r1 I jZ 4 tttI A1 tc J Ili 4t i J 1 1t f Coln y L l i 7 Ic i Ji f 4 lII tfIto 5f rrflj rJi4 iwL r tiJI11 2 1 v4 4oo t43s5 G t1of1 t J i t J 0 t f If IItt1 tv J rpt n lij r t t71 rM1 J t HJt k i t I h 1 1ftftIr 1 417A h l i ll t I J Orro taitft ita j u I r t i ft ft l i t t 1 r1 t i9al4 J1 j+f it1 i jJRpI 1 Etar I Jof H r i t- 1lJf 5 l 1th iVf rI i1 J r J 2 01ei r 1 1 lt rJ i tt of to t er LmwIthout waking youJHibked W blljJSThey hang behind the door 1Wiy- eeplng room Pete gets them when fc e takes my boots to black at six o clock9dCome over to the stables said the commanding officer and won dering Hay followed They found the two hostlers busily t t work grooming In his box stall bright as a button was Harney fl ays famous runner his coat smooth s satin hay went rapidly from s tall to stall Of the six saddlers owned by him not one gave the faint est sign of having been used over ight but Webb riding through tho tfangwaj noted that Crnpaud the rcncIi halfbrecd grooming in the third stall never lifted his head Whatever evidence of night riding that might earlier have existed had been deftly groomed away The tra tIer had seen suspicion in the soldiers e DNoconfident oracular oaeTtno horse of mine ever gcjsrbuirwithout my knowillg1tnnti ncer nt night unless ypujbr Iso order it XoV queried the major placidly Then how do you account forthis Among the fresh hoofprints in tho yielding sand with which the police party had been filling the ruts of tho outer roadway was ono never mado hy government horse or mule In taU n dozen places within a dozen rOils plain as n pikestaff was the print of n bnl shoe worn in the oft foot of just one quadruped at the postUns swift running General Harney aCHArTER awnyfromtime for guard mounting and the re orts of the ofllcersofthedoy He had reason to be on tho parade alpHID assembly of details not so much to wutch the work of the post adjutant pro tcmpore as the effect of the sudden and unlookedfor change on certain of the customary spectators He had swiftly ridden to the camp of the recreant Stabber und purposely demanded speech with that influential chieftain There had been the usual attempt on part of the old men left in charge to hoodwink Iihnr1l1ytolllad been seen riding away toward Kaglc liitttc at three in the morning jlltlgmentbutpurpose than n hunt for a drove of elk reported seen about the famous Indian race course in the lower hills camphoweer dewyImnchgrassSchrclbers estimate substantially correct Then stopping at the lodge SpottedJorsebut still sagacious chief was squatted on Isis blanket and ostentatiously puffing a long Indian pipe Webb db manded to know what young men rc mained in the vilagc Over a hundred trong old men squaws and children they thronged about him silent big eyed and attentive Schreiber Interpreting na best he could resorting to the wellknown sign languajp when thecrafty Sioux professed iranceof the meaning of his words headlithePOSIof the bailiwick when cor illed a t last to answer Tht cliad I studied the pony herd and knew better Moreover nci fifftheir ponies had bn t tthe war party that so early hours of the m rOthers both men nhi 1t behm J t fi tir tS j i JfJ j W 1 c f 1 1oItt t 4 r1 J t r e qcJI wt N J ir y i 4 I fti11 t 1tt fn t i lt Ii f t41rf 11ot f Jt t i 4 f t t t Y 4 t P1 h yt X lI tij tI tIg Ii 1A t i ri1 hlilo1 J 44e t1 to ILl j ttI I I 5t L J et t jI A I t i lr fI Jia ttf aItd5 Ii i i t 0t I rtIf1t UiLt tt trtiJfJJ i oJ rJ t 7 er lr J 1 1 t IZ r 541 if f Nlt J t r t tjr S Ji P rli f f Pj it Vt4af 10 i oii tP 44 tL r i 1 t U frVtYJ r mcto ijr t + f 7 J S II o r iY 4oy I y 0 r t rh1il r JIt kr41 Y foc P 1 31ip i t1 d f 1 IlJI i h t4j Ji tl o T crrL i P 4 N ptt + t t 1 i i r J1ti jjI U t vi jHa1 l ff PJCi t1SiIi1 t 1 j 71 j1 f I J i i5 y Jr R hariTajorJlgbandanlSIMyDaa were out last nig to Dans sad- Ie cloth was wet an to was liar neys Someone ouf ill hILt got false keysIll put new j idiifcks en at once but for the life at mt I cant think who would pla msueh a trick To steal th4 liorscs run cm off to Rnwlins or t be Sweet water or off to the IT ould un derstand that but ow them for an hour or two v 1 it beats me h111iJrplexltylC11ned most imploringly gazed Into the majors face They all leaned on Webb Any idea who they were asked the commander taladowccpthiqtI do Theivforgofto set cm back T hey bnamy California saddle on an and that light Whitman of mine lIarney querIedWebbders eyes What else could it be demanded Hay in no little excitement Well I thought possibly Miss Flower might have been moved to toke a moonlight ride Xo reason why she shouldnt you know and not wishing to disturb you Then she would have used her own sidesaddle Wlwts she doing with a mans Besides shed have told me Oh Youve seen her then this morning I thought perhaps she wasnt up hazarded Webb UplY hang it she was up t daybreak up hours ago my wife says Havent you seen her Shes over here somewhere No Webb had not seen her and together the two started in search first to the flagstaff and there at the oint of bluff beyond the Rays there she stood gazing up the Platte toward the Indian village through n pair of signal glasses that weighed THERE SHE STOOD GAZING UP TUB PLATTE TOWARD TIlE INDIAN VILLAGE THROUGH A PAIR OP SIGNAL GLASSES heavily in her daintily gloved hands Capt Tracy a bachelor assistant surgeon stood faithfully by her side listening to Irer lively chatter with ears that absorbed and eyes that worshipedCome awaysaid Webb JjThava a n order on you for Fielcjls your safe Wl get v vvv f2 i i 1f K riC j 4- 1tp c it I f 1 Ji It ffj 1i1 1t i 4 rtes f 4 rtx1 s rIo iiI tfJ S i t a 44 k IS It t 4 v 4 s tp iJ A r t f 0 4 t I0tr t Jt 1 b t lit r iSs4 a iAy r 1 to f ortT 9f o t j s1 4 S 4 s ItI r r tIg N f r Iol Vl e it e 5J 4 55j t i J aSdf15 t I i e i 4itajff I t 0 i 1 f Sa St i 1 y f fri tii t r t r fJ7 f E J 1 t r P3 J- A TERRIBL1PECKSi- xteen Football Players ieV in a Collision Nearly Fifty Others Were More or os InjuredTwo Cars of a Special Train Were Crushed Like Eggshells Indianapolis Ind Nov 2Ii catns trophe awful that it fairly surpasses almost all that death has done in wan ton crjjyoccurred Saturday morn tho border of the city of In Ifianapolls Speeding into tho stab capital tho Purdue college football spe elal laden with joyous youth crashed into a cut of coal cars and In an In stant 15 young lives were most bern bly ended About 47 people were in jured No scene of carnage In war ever pre sensed more frightful front than that wblbli succeeded when without warn tag came the shock of the collision The first two carsof the special train were crushed as though they were tho frailest of toys In the first rodo tho members of the Purdue team trained to the hour for a game that was In have decided a precious championship and flushed with the hope of victory over their oldtime opponents Following Is the list of those killed outright W H Oriihe Butler hail substitute plaer Charles Furr Ve dersburfr hid guard K C Robertson East Helena Mont assistant coach and captain of team two years ago Walter K lloush Gas City Ind sub stitute B J Powell Corpus Christi Tex end player V1 D Hamilton III center rush Gabriel S Drolllnger Ne lad substitute Samuel Squi LawrenceburR Ind substi tute I Hamilton huntington Ind nibs N E Ilcivard Lafayette prerrho Indiana Laundrymens asSii Patrick McClalr Chicago trai anuel Trultt Noblcsvllle sub 3 15 Shaw Indiana lIar bor i rice Spencer lad substi ute Coates Derwin Pa Vi iII Bailey of New Richmond Ind substitute player en the Purdiio unlvcrstty football team died Sunday ttern from Internal injuries re cch lu Big Four wreck This Is tb ileath Ills father arrived befo e- ditI dead bodies were shipped to nes Sunday and the body of ii Powell of Corpus ChrIsti Tex li4 cent home Monday morn- Ing In charge of Paul Sturm an old classmate living here Services were Jield Sunday afternoon over the body at E C Robertson of East Helena Mont by Dr J Cumming Smith be i body was shipped home e are still lying Ii the hospitals ctlms of the wreck 33 of whom students of Purdueu nlverslty Of se 1C are in a serious condition t U Holter of Oberlln 0 half k on the team has his legs crushed ly Buffering from shock Sim Mil ic5 Ninevah Ind played end of th- eti has one leg broken twice and user crushed It Is believed how f vni will recover He Is a brother v John Miller who was cap tfi me Purdue team two years ago C Tingcman of Fern Bank O stu den Las a slight fractuie of the skull butj Is believed will recover C Al ofOsgppd Ind member of tho hu has an injured IIri1Et and is In a pi Wfus condUlon was not kr Aiintll Sunaay c re was hurt asj ios taken to the rela V ch 0 F cults ct vth An vho worked over tliwlr 7St i j i i jv I t l S i 4 i4 lo t 5 1 l iri 14 is j a 4 Wi 1Jf JJ ii Yi Kvt it i k i4kSSi 5z t l F fl r i1I i Si fr t4 45tCiS 4 r t i 5ii r i t jt h i r i 1f t lf 5A 5p C9W T S 1 jij S v SS r J p d t J 1 FKM tILL OVER THE SJflTEI f rI ASPHYXIATED BY SMOKE One of the Most Prominent Attorneys In Frankfort Dead Frankfort Ky Oct 30W 11 Jul Imoloof the most prominent law yers In Frankfort was asphyxiated In his room over the Rogers furniture store at midnight Thursday night He hpd an offico and bedroom adjoining aftdwas alone at the time Just before 12 oclock fire was Ills covered on the second floor of tho bulldlfsaUlt au effort was made to rescue Julian but when members of the fire department reached his room he was ddad having been suffocated by smoke The fire is supposed to have started from a stove Damage to the build- Ing furniture ant books will not exceed 5tOnWi was a Ira Julian who was a candidate for the nomination for attorney general at tho recent democratic primaries The lat ter had been rooming with him until a short time ago when he removed to the home of a relative on account of his health MYSTERIOUS LOSS OR THEFTp A Valuable Express Package Missing at Louisville Louisville Ky Oct 31The local express companies are exercised over the mysterious loss or theft of several packages of value during the past two weeks and steps are now being taken to investigateta accompanies the drivers of express delivery wagons was delivering n package In the Scelbach hotel a cod packages valued at 175 was stolen or lost from tho wagon This is the third loss of the kind and the officials arc determined to probo to tho bottom TRAINS COLLIDE They Came Together 40 Miles East of Lexington No One Hurt Lexington Ky Oct 30 West hound C O passenger train No 25 collided with a freight train at the U N junction 40 miles east of here nt 6 oclock Thursday evening and both engines were slightly damaged The freight train was attempting to getS Into a side track and had nearly ped The passenger train was run ning slow Passenger Engineer Owens jumped when he saw that a col listen was inevitable No one was in jured Traffic was delayed about three hours Lost Pocketbook Recovered Lexington Ky Oct 31 Kenner Walker of this city Junior member of the sale firm of Shanklin Walker while en route to Chicago two weeks ago lost his pocketbock containing 73 and valuable papers William Parks a section hand on the Big Four road found the book and returned it to him Intact Walker Awarded him with a J20 bill Louisville TobM Market uisvllle KyJ tThere was a oBcuemand t the Independ enta FrIday for Ii burley Ion grades fIdark marl Pw n otTerl whlc 111rk 4 i k y i i1 Sl iii fv i i r 3p 5p i 4 2 5S i 4 J rT 5S i 1 iS s y J lt I t i JrJ 55 f i t k rfi i iV i 4 j 1t iIl ir 5 f HORSEMEN AT LEXINGTON i John E Madden Charley Hughes E R Bradley and Others lELesIngtonMadden owner of Hamburg Place left h aeroto his stud and started for Washington where a portion of his stable Is now located preparatory to the BenTnlng meeting He will race in tho Capital city On the same train went Charley Hughes trainer forH M Ziog ler tho Cincinnati turfman and boundS for the same destination other visitors of note in the raclcs world to this city Sunday Vas E Jt Bradley the well known bookmaker and owner He came in Sunday morn ing and went out to the track to watch he work which tothingthe owner of Dad News Peter Paul and other good ones left again Sunday night for Latonia AN OLD GRUDGE It Is Responsible For Another Kill Ing From Ambush QLouisvUlefeudal outbreak Is reported from Breathltt county when Jim Plmper ton waylaid and Instantly killed John Garrett at Wilhurst about ten mile west of Jackson The only cause as signed Is a grudge whiekhas existed for several years between the two men antI the members of their respec ive families and it Is feared further trouble will follow Capt Longmlrc in provost guard at Jackson dispatchetI a detail of soldiers to arrest the mur derer but The has not been found Kentucklan Injured in the Wreck Louisville K5NOV 2 Irving Long who was Injured In the Big Four wreck in Indianapolis is the son of George W Long one of the wealthiest and most prominent business men in the city He was graduated from the high school here several years ago and while attending the school was consid ered one of the most valuable mem hers of the football eleven He is well known and very popular among the younger members of Louisville so ciety Convention of Womens Clubs Covington Ky Nov 2The mem bers of the Twentieth Century club will assemble in convention at tha Trinity church November 11 and 12 It wan the intention to hold the con vention in the auditorium of the new public library but the structure will not be completed by that time A large number of notable women from throughout the state will attend Killed a Comrade Mt Vernon Ky N Horace son of Dr Percy enHiJentallys- hot and killed a m A If Sutton in Bra j tlwerehaving a shah 51tO frg e Crab Orcht who hud 9 there to see so P ng girls Ep wjblankJudge Chat Helms Will 1 I Newport Ky 30The will 5f tl Helm wail olTrred- y j b i45S f t IT 4 tJj vr i r 5tfi 7 kd1 y wyIp tI i = 2t o X t ft t Th f 01 t r Fy i iti 4 f j j f 3 fIf I f 5S r i l2L f i tii q f 1 4 j f f 4 ftt 4 o 5 1 t2 on1v 1 tj YzPjart 7 rj r 1 r ANiERfcAIfD TO DO Ivclcr Asked to Stop In Texas on III Way from Chicago to New TforU One brother Is a rich merchant in the T peninsulahea the cook in a cheap restaurant on South Clark street says the Chicago Tribune Tile merchant tent to the cook a draft for tufjicient money to pay his expenses out to the cook gave nu job and started for his brothers home The inter Citing thing about the whole incident ie the tter written by the wealthy merchant hich accompanied the draft paybleinNcwork payableNewoff Asia You can go over and get it cashed On the way wish you would stop at exas and see brother Thomas 1 havent heard from him for two years now and Id like to know bon hes getting along Hooka She Admired When Tolstoi was in the roatIl a rich American arrived in permislSwra granted on condition that Tolstoi who was weak from illness not lx troubled with talk One l1 visitoi could not restrain her tional but said in gushing wnt1inand as The Wad Souls itII Yes yes was the cazcr reply Ah observed Tolstoi Gogol wrote that book not Stopdi the Cough and works Off the cold LaxStirc Bromo uinine Tablets Price 25 cents halctoencouragement o thethersown voieeaN Y Herald ConmDlfllionF Boyer Trinity Springs Ind Feb 15 lOOtt It bllta good idea to comment on other persons pimples while n boil i on ones foreheadN O Times1emocsatI Three solid through trains daily Chicago to California Chicago k Horn NorthWestern The restless JineI J Vk iAL- Ly r 4J754ics Teacher Woa i iikhint v2ForovtrtUjearl twot vfiicians in this of the tatie iutreating Mr 5 J rhonp r son a opuhar ltal school teacher for Tha e Jffbetc fkiey told him thatbutittlecouhbe T done to him lie made up ills mint to tranewreuied1ycahIedDoddaEidney1iIb i rsays They saved roe when tiiedoctoreheldoutS j no took in all about ten boxes J will always praise Dodds Kidney Pilli for the great goodthey have dene for me t2Many and some physicians still persist in the belief that Dwbetesn an in r curable disease Our teacher Mr Thomp son says it is curable for Dodds Kidney Pills cured him after two good physicians fJ 3 had treated him for tiro yean luc cess A remedy that will cure Diabetes will euro ly cure any case of Kidney Trouble t stOrTIThc through Who is that wearYlooking penon Una jing by that michiner lSThat is one of the persons wha 1 sweaters And that Yell fed lndivdiai alttil1flA r the big office cigar in hi u i That is oueofth m that sweats the knitters Thereupon ibvist6i decided that that s factory was where he would et his u djseaternitBaltimore American Salesman Wanted 1 As general agent in this and adjacent coun ties by an old established mni the most profitable line of good for the salei tman that is sold on the today Man must furnish rig Years contract WO to SO per month net Bond or f50 cash ro quired Chance for advancement OnI1ojCompanyMoney in Shoes Shoe DealerU wont pay me to handle these shoes on such a final margin Drummer I know the profits are uiall but any dear Ilr just look at shoes and see how they arc made erab1estufftoowontlataweekfhat1 j 15 that it Youll tell live pairs of these iSshoe to one ofanTohersN Y Weekly Throw all you cares in the deep deep tea And thereafter do not go shingN O rimesDemocrat J Three trains a day Chicago to Cahiforj nIA and Washington UnIon lacitic Line t Fair words never hurt the tungueChapTman t 15 A sore head it a sign of a shallow one Itama Horn r p Putnam Fadeless color more goods per package than others The secret of success i constancy to purl 4 jQie DUiacli 4 b s y tF it1 1t ir 1 S 3IiI OS t t 2 t h ij 1 kl LIp JqL j i i i l oo t IS THE BIBLE BEINGr 1 NEGLECTED Mereflibles in the World But Too Little Bible Reading Sermon by thUIflgbvyIutywaylPrencher i Co 7riclil igo3 b7 J M Edson v Chicago Sunda Nov 1 T xt Search the Scripture They received theWord with altreadiness of mind and searched the Scriptures dally t Jwhetht hose things were so Jonn539 IIJEc aniA U Ii T HE first part of our text consists of words spoken b Jesus In challenge and command tc the Jews who wero opposing themselves to the truth as fulfilled in Christ and revealed by dim In H Is teachings and the remaining part of the text Is the testimony 4 especCto Ike jJerean jews s14tcchoriPa and Sites camo the message of salvation after they had i bocuo shameui1y driven out of Thes saionica Hero we have precept and gTItlful and strlkn obedjertce to the let 4i of that eomtn and Jesus t LeeognIzed the Scriptures as the au thoritatlve word of God and they were grbheld up to the Jews who rejected His claims as the promised Messiah the very Scriptures which they recognized as tho Word of God and with which I they were familiar and challenged Lthem to study the sacred writings ngalntior they testify of Me They had rtt the Scriptures and yet they liadiuK learned the truth The Thes ispunDcIf They read In blind bigotry inIchn Urlzed the Berean Jews The lattetscarhe4 the Scriptures dally 3 S z whether those things were so Here 3 was neglect of the Scriptures on th i one hand and on the other a dally reading and studying of Gods Word f I In search for the truth The Thessa 4 tontans recognized the Scriptures as the Word of God Generally speaking r y they undoubtedly were familiar with teII J tsyaagog2enlM jvrL l3t exttmailtis of tv Jw s Ish faIth i4 vcVu i m Ihe ii Uiros But noTwithrtandjnjr all hi ilhcre was neglect ol Gods Woru Illll t In this respect the Bcreans were la strlkliiK contrast to them for they did that which the TJiessalonians refuse 1 4 to do searche4 the Scriptures daily 8 there neglect of Gods Word to 1da Are the Berean type of people sadly in the minority and the Thessa lonlans vastly in the majority everywhere How generally Is Christ command Search the Scripturestbeing obeyed and how find It possible to say of individuals jr communities or churches They rer tho Word with all readiness or Vcclved and searched the Scriptures dally fchfiUierlhQasjyjlnss were sot 11t0 rt siicci he printing of the Bib i and seeing It broadcast over the c earth Mce Ri eir and Testaments t are bc4ns printed every year Several million opies of the Bible and parts r edcveryf1 and denominations Already the Bible 1 has ben translated into over 400 dlf y fercnt languages and dialects and each ear ees some new translation added to the long list Millions of copies of F the Bible and parts of the Bible are beings sent each year from the United States to other lands Surely It can BIi the Bible is being neglected In tlibc purchase of Bibles It cannot be clalment that the Bible is neglected for a news papcr man who visited the book de pa rtmcnt of all the large department d vRtcres of New York cltyVnas told thtithe Bible was the best selling Lrt7novels of the day The sales were steady ami from 30000 o 40000 copies of anstICof bindings were sold each year And Christmas time a wnt v sary requiring tlw constact attention ithree or four lerks Taking hisF tide jo ii Jjenerai popularity of i It n ift isid that In the ikIV rp Ing neglected And In dls il r lngd rejt1 noing the Bible It Is the rrioaVaHicd of book tn the world i Ee 4rcar multiplies the myriad pf i e someTsaRet2 charged hat the Bible Is being neg ir 4 y the scholars of the day And r thereISnoI ortabletIerdwhich cslafcWehes more flrmly the afllhentldty of thefiacred wrltlis 1ct4and throws light upoa the countrle ts i ItShl4 AgnesKEnglandhavep theYdlscivMonastery on the Mde cif Mount Sinaf e oldesttAJ It is written In Syrlac nnd is perhaps tA as old as the first ceitury1In the dl rection of archaeolosy the Blblo Is not i p and cannot be neglectedor a Bur UleCact thatllePitbilshlngIOU s Bible bOOktores the scholars and archa l gtsts of th i4ay are sot neglect g the Bible as a1 1 viinierclat commodityor as a wbject research and discussion does sot j rove4hat the Bible Ia 1ib 41gneg1 lect If after tlJNiUI1gp aIettIII agent have done thelr1a rt t ct r the Bible In the hands of the 1 9Lt it remairlp practically a ft 4 r not even to be opened onttf 1 ti y because the Sunday Itf ClUj place is it i 1 Mtplok Some people i 7 i r L to say haVlave111 t 1If r1 i heyealy read the pa rt r t ave theestalonet av id 7 iii iT1tmajor I they ilq aot iriad aslBgIi word f ut ifit8pae foiwpeki Sr r ti1 iatia oyeara together Anti1n t y thatif you wereto mke a- i r canVa88I11i tc B ffSJ9JMV u be s ri rt aT d sfiocked fI fHwm k saeiarcwit i Gi bfT IIljjc ir i r fZ 7 lt 4r t r t ft4 t 0 r I rr k J1 SC j p Ic i r di a Ibi tI + i 8ftl J 6 Hon of the city where I live and which manyISunday schools t such a canvass was made during the past summer and dozens of homes were found which did not possess a single page of the printed Word of God But newspalJcrIthose homes though while theBlble did not have even an honored place under a mantle of dust on the high shelf And within a stones throw of the church we found a child of nearly twelve years who had no Intelligent idea of who Christ was She had heard the name used In profanity on the street but had never been to Sunday school and lid not know who Christ was Think of it Is not the Bible neglected we ask i fritly enslave a Biblereading people Tt eat scientist Huxley in declaring thi the Bible as an educational and moral Influence in a community and nation was unsurpassed substantiated his claim by asking us to consider the eat historical fact that for three cen turles this Book has been woven Into the life of all that Is noblest and best in our history and that It has become the national epic of our race that Ills written In the noblest and purest Eng llsh and abounds in exquisite beauties pf mere literary form and finally th Is forbids the veriest hind who nevi r left his village to be ignorant of thee x tenco of other countries and other civilizations and of a great paststrctch s back to the furthest limits of the oldest nations in the world John Wesley exclaimed Let me be homo unlus libri a man of onibookand that book the Bible The great the noble Lincoln is said to have built up his entire reading upon hjs early study of the Bible lie was a man of one book and instinctively put into practice In his lofty statesmanship what he had been taught from the Bible Ruskins of the Influence and powerof he Bible upon his life is as follows w fihichIofwhich I earned every syllableac c na tiy wee Exodus 15 and 20 II Sam lrrnend I Kings 8 Psalms 2 332t 91 103 112 119139- Proverbs ZLi t12 Isaiah 58 Matthew 5 67 Acts y I Cor 13 15 James 4 Revelation 5 6 And truly though I have picked up the elements of a little further knowledge in mathematics m li wfeteaching of many people this maternal installation of my mind in that proper y of chapters I count very confidently the most precious and on the whole the one essential part of my education IpGladstone declared that the men witoaare railed to the highest positions of trust are men who have built their lives Scrlpjuref the power and Influence ot the Bible livesorD UT remember that It was the read D Bible which exerted this Influence The closed and neglected Bible is not paperbindingmore Bibles In this country today than ever beforemillions upon millions 0nt hembut If they are not opened at nretheyItthat you have a hahdsomeJYbo nd maydustut If you never look inside If you do ot read Its message any other book orgOddesslayIneverycountry of Bibles will not enlighten the people thebooklareis where the Bible is neglected Fifty one hundred years ago when books ere few and costly when magazines were almost unknown when the Sun day newspaper was not even dreamed of by even the most irreligious and ungodly the Bible was the one book at AndItonly was It read but It was memorized It was a Biblereading people which In lie anddeepreading mothers gave to the succeeding generations a heritage which Is still resting as a blessing and benediction upon us But we havef il n upon a fleg1eche busyandpers and magazines which must heread readthcBlblesage of the Lord Jehovah to man ii estneglected upon the table or shelf the novel or essay or narrative wh chI W1raONE dt thq religious Journals had a ln a recent Issue Bhpwiqg a oppenuponhiskneeTlje was listening to the venh lfpryersor atherof God has jtn rwiariir the prayers are k J befgr the chili jfin the darkness of the night the re Hisbeadscene wIthin thatliomebuChsfeetlead away from the home where ho had hoped to find entrance Fear and hate aid piappolntmerit pfajr upon his hasisafraid fpfthexunsheathed Sword bf the Spirit as much as the soldier of the Dama8icitibi Slfad- he e t little ones tent to bed without the heltheBIblecarlconwentbewords Iyaltr AnSI It Is true that the read Ing and studying of lheBlble is one of the greatest bulwarks of defense iigMnst the attacks of the Devil And OrThere the Bible Is left closed and for gotten ihehas pretty touch his own way Why Is the home disintegrating W re tuereso many rtiv6rce6J Vfbytue tWffOMDyumHYJ varward riF r i 4 1 t children There may be many con tribuUve causes for these alarming con ditions of our day but chlcfest and fore most Ills because the Bible is neglect ed Let the Bible bo opened up in the Tfullyin the life and threefourths yes nine tenths of the troubles and difficulties of tie home will disappear This nation will yet reap a disastrous fruitage be cause of the growing neglect of the Bible God only knows what that fruit age will be BUT why should we read the Bible of all because It Is the very Word of God Why madam said the infidel to the old lady who lovl to read her Bible I can proveXp j on eyes that the Bible is o TIsaid I would believe I would my own eyes JT Itse old eyes of mine have fooled fme a thousand tfmcs but that blessed old Bible has never deceived me In a single instance yet Spurgeon S3sThe Bible is the writing of the living God Each letter was penned with an Almighty finger each word in it dropped from the over lasting lips each sentence was dictated by the Holy Spirit Albeit that Moses was employed to write the histories with his fiery pen God guided that pen It may be that David touched his harp droptands over the living strings f his oftlipsIfollow the thundering Kahnm when the horses plow the waters or Habakkuk when he sees the tents of Cushan In of Diction if I read Malachl when the earth is burning like nn oven In turn to the smooth page of John who tills of love or the rUE gtll chapters of Peter who speaks of fire devouring Gods en whorof God everywhere find God speaking it Is Gods voice not mans the words arc Gods words the words of the Etc r nal the Invisible the Almighty the Jo hovah of ages This Bible is Gode Bible and when I see it I seem to hear a voice springing up from it saving I am the Boqk of God man read mIam Gods writing study my page for I was penned by God love me for lIe is my author and you will see Him visible and manifest everywhere A ND we ought to read Gods Word be ofrof a God As we behold the lilies of iveld which toil not nor spin yet whu rc clothed In a splendor and gb rvh which Solomon In all his glory never knew we exclaim in rapture surely lyro aGed could have made these As we lift o courastness and splendor and intricacies of the universe the overpowering thought sweeps over our soul that only a mightspowerful Creator and God made them and hun In As fieas we behold life in its myriad forms In the insect and animal worlds we are conscious of the existence of a vital something which must have sued from a high cQntrolling force and 3dower hrewise when everything In the heavens above and the earth beneath and the waters under the earth bear the cer tafn impress of the creative hand and fi a ntllJ of the God which be discovers alt about him It is not enough that man should know there is a God he must know a God and the back tow H laimsuch knowledge Therein we find a ato only who and what God is but who and what man Is what his need and how God has wonderfully provided for that Teedered to be the Christ about Whom all of Gods thoughts and plans revolve Who is the full revelation of the character of God and Who redeems back to God a sinruined race of beings Search the Scriptures for ralvationlChrist tho Lord has told us Every tongue and every nation Should the Holy Bible know bccuSQre datteaches hint how to Jive and how to jlle It tishowsm tansocial order and domestic relations Jt exalts the home it indorses the nations as the powers which have been ordained jif God and It encourages and teaches the truest patriotism and the bravest devotion to uprightness and truth The man who reads the Bible and lives the Bible Is thoroughly furnished unto very good work The man who netthe Bible cannot think right not act right canno be right In the d hoaysWord of God was lost gnu forgotten in t hehenatfon fell into grievous sins Even the pious king did not realize the exceeding low standard of morals and religion in the nation because be was Ignorant of Gods Word but when the roll was found and read to the king he rent his clothes and trembled before God be cause then he realized how far the na ion had wandered from God Today them Is neglect of Gods Word There glisstandards both in the national and domestic life both In the social and business world The present geire onh Is what it is because of Biblereading forefathers and mothers With the neglect of the Bible in this generation what will be theherltage which will be passed down tp succeeding generations ThlIneglected Bible means a forgotten ffidIAnd a forgotten God means ruin and destruction Back to the Bible we cry It is not enough that the few are readJing the Bible The many must the home and the nation are to be conserved The Bible Is the Word of God and is Profitable for teaching for reproof for correction for instruction which Is righteousness t How precious Is the Hook DivinewBy inspiration given Bright as a lamp Its doctrines shine To guide our souls to Heaven nightsT lghtOfaihuge AiiIrMt lnheway at tUejdbminron exposition at Toronto Is a gigantic jnposehead tli was helln the K1ppe district to the a eastward of Lake T mlakamlng The span of the antlers Is 62nches and t the head would have gpneC2 1nche a smallJrbeen a s sJlohsdthbut fOr some unexpljinet Qutheboerthn was the ci or twp ocbIlcaggij f I Jii THE VATICAN INFlAMES hree Kooms in the Ancient Sfructnre Damped For the Firs TImeSlnce the Fall of the Temporal Power Italian Au thorUle Were Invited to En or the Structurepa Ronic Iov 2Fire broke out at R30 ni ck Sunday evening in that IMirtlnit Sf the Vatican containing tho ot inscriptions where the pope adaIicry of picturestvnThe first Intimation of fire was had when smoke was seen issuing from the apartment of M Marie which Is lo cated above that of Father Ehrlc the librarian who lives over the library itself M Marie Is a celebrated French restorer of arjclent manuscripts anti Illuminated boo he is at present en gaged in copying work and his first reproductions have been selected for part of the Vaticans exhibit at the St J m traanIathe Vatican where the fire broke out The gendarmes broke in the door of M Maries apartment anti found him in a heavy sleep It Is supposed that he Pr lifecautionprobably blazed up anti Ignited some nearby hangings Thus tho fire start ed and it rapidly assumed such pro portions that the gendarmes who wore the first on the scene gave an imme di ate general alarm When the fire engines began work three roonis were already entirely de stroyed by the flames which were cx tending to the other apartments The P0 ev doerythingfight the flrc- Information had been sent the Ital ian authorities who hurried to SL Pc tershey were courteously Invited to enter and did so Therefore for tho first time since the tall of the temporal power of the Vatican the mayor of Rome the prefect police officials and ev benpointed minister of justice entered the Vatican in their official capacities They gave orders directing the work of combatting the flames and partici pated personally in the fight It was a ery difficult fire to overcome there were a number of old and inflamma e objects in the apartment oftfMarie and the wooden roof over this om facilitated the passage ot the ames to adjoining rooms also full of compeUtlonfiremen of Rome to see who should ork tho harder and do the most re in a display of courage which was really admirable some of the fire risking their lives until they were restrained by their superiors At a little after 11 oclock the Ire was under control butjhe work of the firemen will continue fof vomo time Fresh relays of men arc being sent to relieve those whose effor ve x 1Theserif the room of Father Ehrle irlibrary and the printing hoiLStcentirely flooded with water It l posslble to reach nn apPUlX it dea of the extent of the damage Many things that escaped thn Jfupj s were Injured by water cspcclai precious private library of Pope L4r hich Father Ehrle had been rcarrang g in accordance with the last vku j the late pontiff i TENEMENT HOUSEDRE Persons Mostly Italians 1i Burned to DeathIINew York Nov 2 Twentyone men three women and a babe were burned to death or Ekated In a fire that started early ay morning In the house ot All onsli n fivestory tenement house at No 425 Eleventh avenue and which the police and coroner believe to have been of incendiary origin Some ot the peculiar features of the startlinglosscally extinguished 20 minutes that he could of s conwho lost their lives and that the erty loss was only 7000 proji the dead are Italians Pilgrimage to Burying Grounds Vienna Nov 2Sunday being the feast of All Saints thousands of Viet- ese 1bmade the customary pilgrimage o the graves of relatives and friends By far the greater number ot the pll g rims went to the Friedhot cemetery where more than 70Q000 persons are burled New American Legation Dedicated Constantinople Nov 2 United States Minister Leishman gave a reception Sunday to tho American colony hero upon the occasion of the In auguration of the handsome new prcm j CsesCorset Steel In Her Heart Niagara Falls N Y Nov 2Dottors who performed an autopsy on tho body of Mrs Mary E Halllday found two pieces of corset steel imbedded in er heart U is not known when theIsteel entered her body Tho woman was the mother of six children An Echo of the Jacksonville FirePJacksonville Fla Nov 2The city oX Jacksonville will celebrate during the coming week tho rebuilding of the1 city after the great fire of May 3 lOOt which destroyed 15000000 worth of property Poisoned Twin Babies Cresco la Nov 2A jury founl1J Thomas C Robinson guilty of r in the first degree and tie wps sentenc Cheith poisoning tjjigAwtn baoie of Han nah Dials by giving them stY shnlne An Aged Inventor Asphyd f- Phltadelphlalo 2RolC uhley aged 7f promlnen etated by r McCulY Vy K and ore CT it ft Ut inea nai ki1 mj 4g1 Y tf fJ w s r ft IJi t i e a z t 9qcr MEN AND THEIR DOLLARS IIiIlUonalroIVit ds Island New Yorw the other day SC T Toddgeneral solicitor of the Stanlard Oil company ts understood receive salary and commissions toI 000 aycar It any other man In country earns as much as this In a simi larway It is rgeneraily known J A Cassatt or itfo Pennsylvania gets 75 a year that beinfc the largest salary id to any railroad president in the country The old world custom of leaving legacies to servants is beginning to develop in this country Recently quite a number of wills set apart funds for this pur pose Mrs Emma Matthlesson widow of the wealth sugar refiner whose wills probated In New York leaves 1000 to each servant who had been in her em ploy for over n year anti not exceeding tw In beher2000 Is given A Saratoga club which had received transportationtio patisGeorge H Daniels la the best general passenger agent that the New York Cen l has nt the present time That re m me said Mr Daniels of the reservation of tho darky preacher who prayed during the severe hot wave Lor this heat nm intolablc ics mos too intolable to stand leastways in this e DONT DO THAT Imaginetheydo that Some young men think it Is smart tom D ContA whole lot of people work overtime trying to frame up some excuse for not ing their duty Dont do that Some parents lay aside their company m w coithSome pople think their mission In life is to be always giving sage advice for others to follow Dont do thatwSome employes have a habit o los hyStifle people waste so much polish on the toes of their shoes that they have none left for the heels Dont do that Solomon spent the most ot his time saying wise things and the rest of it in doing foolish things Dont do that There are young ladles who never think of practicing upon the piano un tliit Is time to wash the dishes Dont do that A boy always makes a nuisance of peoplebe1leereally Is Dont do thatThe Commoner FASHION HINTS Large lace yells falling straight from the hat rim almost to the waist line are worn In Paris Military coats cuffs collars and pip Ings are It is said to be much in evi dence In the fall rne outlook Jon colors this fall Is eatly In favor of scarlet white and rttlte and black Bands of lace Inserting are much used to adorn the tops of long suede mous quetalre evening gloves A black taffeta bodice for an elderly matron Is appllqued back and front with dusters of black cherries Mme la Mode predicts that the old styleuflYale lace Is to have first place among such6gufAll colors In ribbon are in vogue as iloral decorations Yellow pink cerise violet red green mauve blueviiMmHn PIr SOPHY Thc giddy girl fs gion tb recognizther 0vn shortcomings V Korncn like to talk t men who hkvo spec luiITTTnTe In travel Iot men e aixftoibSome men say nice things to all women throngnTklndly regard for the sexhNo man cares for the ciontiniaIlyWhen jt young gIrl fn turns to her father forJLGcouragement There Is a dash o romance about the man who is In theoesofh1sflrstiorevi abilityaude feelsirtrAcoming of thA youth to whom she will- iveg her heartCThe t dwoman who gives her attention to vry young men does nol r saearPhuladehhia MAFlrcT REPORTa Cincinnati Oct 31 CATTLE Oorainon 2 60 3 25 Heavy sses 4 35 4 7- 5CALVESFt 7 25 750 OGSCb ars ro 525 Mixed packer 5 5 2- 0SHEEPExtr 4 25 leLOURSpnijigWHEAT Noi ret 87 zCORNNoOATSNo 7 mixed P 37 YENo 2 vi 62tlAYCb timothy 13 L ieARDSteamBUTTER Cb dairylaJSholco creamery u 3 23 PPLESFancy vJ2 75 POTATOESPer 1J14 lv 225 v TOBACCONew 2 OJIltl Old 5 to tuChicagoLOURWinter pat 4 00 J 4 20 WHEATNo 2 red 81 i S2i jSCORNNo2mlxed No 2 mixed YENo 2 PORHMess tJ1 G2 LARD 62 5 r 4 t 4 4 2 t 9 73 S 9 e 7 g t f I t r If I ORTHT or a high er recommendation than I can find words to express Thlg is what Mr 3 H PlangmanofS- herman T e x- S3SOr Doans Kidney Pills He tells his experience In the following Slptemberross the small of my back directly over the kidneys I paid small attention to this at first thinking it would pass off But instead of getting better It be theinlcgfprecisely1krhaP It does not always show Itself nt first but ap pears jut In this way when some unusual movement or action brings sharp pains and exhaustive ache telling of sick kidneys ts So 111 Plang ans experience bore this out- ontinuing he says I did not now the cause of the trouble but I am led to believe now that It was first brought about by jumping in and out of the vagon and In some way I may have strained my back I was constantly growing worse he ntinues and I became very much armed about my condition I knew that something had to liv done or serious results were sure to follow I went to specialist here in Sherman and under ent a rigid examination Then he relates how the d ctor told him that it was a serious case but that ho could cure him for fifty dollars a o in new tain Route of or vln True care to San any agent of or Iron or to Ah he lie led her back er Fed the dane ng Vell she she to rejwiir a too to learn Fast Train to a Louts 330n uu points in Texas and South on sale round 1r is uteless with and of you to say say right Then write us po stage forlI orI len ic Wai Bldg St Louis 3fo in the is that money is easier What on earth does mean it iier Im r don thud it comes y +iay illss R it a con is She told lie whole of her in live Talk iu e 0 iI rr Ir r Ir n e 5 fr 1 t A i 1j J f J siJ 1 r it i rJ p ri 1c Jt y j fr Ir J V J r f e I 1 ira f y fr Ii af f freed from H 11rIdd 13 e l I ar i1 t j tJj I j 1 r t tlIt iiI 6 However necessity knows no law tad MI Plangman paid half down took the treatment nnd It for four weeks Naturally he that he would soon be rid of trouble but spito of the doctoring he goes on to add I was In such misery that It was almost Impossible for to my workto It at this juncture that Doans Pills came to my notice and I In E Craycroft I used these pills to direc 0 tions to my t surprise I was I on the second day and in a short time cured This Is the WJ experience those who have ffbeen from trouble and who have been for tunate to test the merits of Doans Pills the work by action on the kid Doano are for time only and this for fflEarly indications trouble come from two- sources the back and the j i The back l t f weak and lame be hipcause the and re backache only when the kidneys are set small CANDY cennln 3 WL lion of order r alien often causes tc7oo- uscompllcatlon Relieve ward dangerous disease uslns o a s Pills begin ifiam of thus 4c1e1g 1flp pains tfthc rlicurnz smjiss Jloafl ditSOlH catcuU LcUer papitaUOfl eZccpcsiw J N r4AMC OTATE Y It address ritoiitp RichesMore 60 ooocx bushels corn more 50000000 bushels I wheat live stock tile value 32000000 the value I 12000000 and the mines above 2000000 are some jctthe returns from South Dakota for With a population 450000 and the production of new Vealth 1903 above 146000 ooo it readily why South Dakota people areuprpsperSus and happy them the horn tirtneU upside do This for the sixth consecutive tImt South Dakota leads all other the V pToductioru per capita wealth i dont go there and bettert From St Payl Minneapolis and from many other points Illinois Iowa and Missouri direct service South Dakota offered the St Paul Railway main lines and branch lines gridiron rich and country that lies east of Missouri Dakota mileage Dakota is mote than 1200 miles andby building of extensions being rapidly increased Some of best success territory of these lines but railway company has NO farm lands sale or rent you arc interested is while write today a book South Dakota F General Agent Chicago Milwaukee St1 Railway CaliforniaviChoice Central through Colorado the Southern Throughsleeperthrough sleeping Louis Ctlfnmlafourdnysfnaddress Missouri Pacific Railway Route rassengerdOught Icurn jidas to after wa1tzr rplktlmis attempted youre not old Philadelphia lrcss Mountain Route St for the frolUNorthothertrulnsPullmanSlepen Californialthe Write ISESDJonesIt mT arguhm iti uttrlycrueland unkind to did not warleerJrongIComfort enclosing horentslamp taclhc interrlting territorydwright AHumIreal financial newsI morning Brokei ighlcrhaps sure ierlhilndelpbia Press They brilliant cratjonaliL1ndeet1 story fCe slmorthancl No Showed her bank book Baltimore WJ t4v Earlier Fiji1 JoiJ2 2 f ft followed faithful ly thought the In me do was Kidney Pe9lfl according considerably relieved completely universal oJ sufferers pP Kidney enough Kidney twigicaldirect Kidney kidneys accounts andpbladder becomes kidneys can becom J1tAs1 tribt plete South je Ohicago Milwaukee MILLER IrsJODsIt GeorgeMorlon hicethe ABSOLUTE SECURITY Carters Little Liver Pills Must Boar Signature o- f47dSea oITcry u d aa etaf tako as npr I FOB HEADACHE I CARTERS FDlnIUIIIESS rOR IUOUNtL FOR TORPII LIVER lYTlE rQIt CONSTIPATION FOR SALLIW SKINj FORTHECOMPLEXIIM sn t I jisIom1OIun CURE SICK HEADACHE DYSPEPSIAflaying Udoathree uiontlit adbagiireiT cored otitnmaeh remdljbuBest For i The Bowels CAThAJt1IC9Ptb OoadNeverIn balk TU tablet ttamptd CUC Qoaraateed to emor oarmoiie7 back Sterling Remedy Co Chicago or 59- 2ANNUALSALEJENMILLIONIOXES W L1 DOUGLAS 3i SHOES S Yea save from 3 to fti yearly by earing Douglu to Li fIsalo ot VTIi t Ji f t J Irrlt bladder sho tho kidneys Dvprompt and cure kidneys and oft diabetes dreaded dropsy bad Brights D n1 Kidney They by f healing the delicate iitljmembnanesaiid rc ducing any a motion thb kid rey anti making the actIon of th kidneys regular and naturalj 4 twksjnc cawF IatZ tint busrcrlllu Wait and clropsI aaLth J1jIscctorcdjZiI9frruemme4r Ills Zt d anti renwrd amtd rard 1iar adaCh4 wrrznesL 7 FosterMllburn Co Buffalo Y F I2L1thmt po t For tree mxfl this coupon to Foster4lIflar nutraio U above Ic iaI5ekn wtito on cepa of DakotaIthan of than I to of hay to products of of 1903 for cijir understood For of plenty hasbern vn year states in Why your condition a Chicago Milwaukee in Minnesota to is via Its fairly the agricultural stock a the River in South Its in South the is the opportunities for are the the for for If it worth to for new on A Passjengar Paul Chicago N route Route St Mountain JUst love torn New Texas Irou leaving was always II that means that that she tlic life onOs World and and ucla Pills of of of Genuine i FacSimllo Wrapper to sold NY can Ing nipnse pro 1i l sick by orcrcomne Th i CARTRIDGES AND 4 SHOT SHELLS F represent the expeiCnceOf35 years Of ammunition making rA UMConthehdfaCt f gidgc is a guarantee of quality Sure fireaccuratereliatq Id c ThEUKIQKMETALUL 2C B a s=w BEST LINE TopLOUISVILLE F MEMPHIS NEW ORLEHNS a HND THE SOO yr Tv DEN u213r WEST i- J RlOWAYtt5 jBQC1VMnNT Palatlil Ladles Coaches Iullmaa Orawlnc Room Sleeir Oaserratlonrarlor DlnlncCan rblman Kjcetirtlon SIvepers from CloeJcnatl to rselBe Coast Polnlt every Tnesdaj and Friday wlihoutcbaotr jfar rates jlmelableaetc addreta anr agtut- o J f McCARTf Ocoeral tu Dter Accau ctnrinnatl OMo a LIVE STOCK AND MISCELLANEOUS Electrotypes IN GREAT VARIETY p FOR SALE AT THE fLOWEST PRICES BIT j A N KELLOGG NEWSPAPER CCf 335 West fifth Strtet Cincinntti tustAunstsDE5IJIISG TO BLT ASTT11IKO fAnrilmivisno IS ITS COtfMKi SHOUtn INSIST L1OS UAVISO WiiArhUET Lsn rouitstXISsALL 8UB3TITU3e3 OB liirTATlOSaJ t j a4a 34pagobotkrac tnco EozKWaablugtonIJC t TlJJ4thcac 0 S4iiiIkit r4W4a j4 k ift1sr t eil b r wjI1kNGCO 4 KY lItD1 DVANCEk 4 jnlcfltIon4 tn i Ij1FIIIfl Cu or tn c 4ings zile I elutngoolay8givopvInuca V x fllng t Jfnts when out of sta TjmCfltIflfl faoton 4 DAYNOv 1D03 i4 1j TIIOBB who wear nhirts nnd things wilt bo interested to know t 1ythat cotton iaboomingin price and I raay go cents per pound tobwhich deserves them S 4 Tn organzatinn and flotation oftbo United States SI3Ipbui1din Co Is Cluirneterized by Reeove a Smith as nn rea0 Hon of a trust but those who trusted it ns a good thing are out JIDB GonFBBT HUNTER may hnve lost out in his effort to reach Con i gre 8 from tho Eleventh district but he will lose nothing of his rep pollticiunsoddi againet tho Doctor have to be formidable indeed to bluff him MARK HAXNA is said to bo nmbi tiotie to manage the Republican j nt1onlcampaign in lot and a third rccordprovided Vhishealth will permit and Presi dent Roosevelt is P4J11 to fprefer Mm Mark is heedless of the fate t f the pitcher that goes to tim welF 4eoften a r givestworexcellent Vl urn not n renegade Democrat A- rcnegadoI 4 Democrat is ono whoa r1 votes his party ticket without corP notd4t4is Waintelligence I1l t0 AM PARKS the delegate I4 v PMt4hLHouBem1jfa and Rrld m UflWbnyletdtNe r 4 York of extorting money underz threat of 8triketho second con viqtion anti Will navetosorvo sonic tE1 V yearain Sing Sing prison This has been a notorious case because ofiitrks prmulnpnco nnd influencee in jbtf Natiohnl union to which he z belongs lie haeaoco much to dieP 11r credit union laborvP8RTvHsATnSrhp made a rect asr1lsnn wjiilo FlratJ As f 7 jjlitant Tostmiieler General and has alA beehBtrongly suspected1 for years a grafter of tho first order is alleged to he reflected oh serious k Jy in the report of Fourth AeslBt ant iotmnaiter General Brislowpii ts the Department scandals is etil1 the Secretary of the iJopubllcAn I Nntionnl Committee but ha will likely bereulOed11ftthiseth er- y V unfortunate or has been sponsor for a precious set of scamps in the i Fderal service notably Neely and 4 iheather1ooteta of the Cuban post a 4 Mdipartment 4 jJoHit ALEXANDER Down alias l BllJa1iIIV says he is notjibo son 6j bl8fi thor but the offspring of t h i an eminent BritiElij urroyj oHlcer JJHis father John Murray Dowie of j1 Eswx Iowa who is alleged to bo a trtleqld man denies the eons Kint Dowios career ilus t trtites the natural credulity of peo pie In religious matters however t abiurb when preached by a per eon of strong will power and per 4 PiBten y Dowiea to New IriC5l yorfc with his host has beep f faIlure thbugh so tar aas 9es1g converts is concerned a jibe Louisville Wfarehouia Trust 4 1 faecordiag to thopt ia undergo the experience of being b Sietwlfb1 the Continental branch 1 herfPJ1ntallitriub put the small de Ihe md rcksndlers td make I inentule power supreme Now rifriI P 3aiera and brokere Thiaimd ijg 4 rcbdfies direct from the grow V r p eitroying the Wttrehouee aA f ntpmuelosedor willcloso lu ur atb0 n p er8 und Bu tierl The average kSc 4 c4 xtccORESPONDCE ij Odessa C hNUunt sold two good steer laatweek at75Opcr a 7 4W Gen Peed of hCRile Vt ucet of NriC Nathan But erb 1j 1F1flgl t Ieeeed to crib tim dr II I iLlM sappy corn to keep h heiaasted y chickens c 4 aictk s s therebp more this yur tkin ll4iu1 avc BehiMtywiff mnd children ofa rJHllltopwereglie tiof time JnUerp vwothtrv M rp jZurilila Jnee here 1SatlirNy MrMiiyreturnrdjtt- en me iindiy Mr Maiaid ohtJdi 1LdIc will pimdii vee- kMrsnd MrsLoRk kyhr f tlcinea Ptk Vi wer if aid Mci A WJo it 1ataaiwtk lt aY r m- IkerJe ridsy r i i fPjraInU P1 im to cl c d t i d 44 wrw i i b t r Force HilU Water is getting pcmcc on thif rid go ugnin 11 riEivi rat Lindsay n nil 43 Her tntui WilHsinii Hptnl tfiintlny with the fnmilyof V V Williams 31 r R jl Moore and mile lnuglm tcr Elirnlieih after a MS weeks visit returned to tlidrhomo at Snn Anonio TCXHC lust weekU Dl3mpiaRaDr was tit rtIso SmmaInPcto Shuitz o has been In bn health for Somo tmc Is znu at ipthisMiss Pearl Landrum of Salt Lick spent several days here Iiweek visiting friendsrfid Swarta went last Thursday vieit hie sister Mrs George War ne SJMrsWarren Mrs Rote Costignn and Mrs Itullard Swnrts went to Salt Lick Saturday lovibit friends and iuttves MrsJEd Swanigan who has boon very ill at the home of her brother udo Yarbrotigh here fur the past week was able to return to her home at Knob Lick SundayS Midland City Rev Harry Katney moved into his new dwelling Wednesduy Toni Razor of color bought a htilch cow of Wm Click for 25 Sidney Harmon and wife of Sun set visited T A Icnton and fam ii 2iyScjehThursday to do the finishing work ion Camp Dros houses f Wm toCookought out the Marion Myeri butcher shop at Farmers Mrs Sally Peed of Owingsvill j was tho guest of Mrs Sam Butte Wednesday and Thursday SntMtel Atchison and D You iandingbam of Wyoming were hero Wednesday on busineeu Wednesdayon same date bnto Torn Million and wife a eodW W Case has been here sever al times the pu it week utter lum bcr for his new bouse that he if building In the ast suburb of Ow i pngsilloi Crooks Wo hnd a light shower of rain Monday mprniiig Jeff Bailey of Clark county isiiing ii rclinives here Joe Donnljcwipf Pine Grovew here last week on business Will Nixon of Salt Lick was here Saturday on business Icjand son Arch aro on the sick list kJw vasj D Coodpasler ahipped a ea r load of mules to Penick lusi Thurs day Peed Lnthrnm shipped a car load ff cattle to Cincinnati Tues day S V Johnson wife and little son vlrited relatives at Stepstone Sunilay Jack Scott and wife of Sharps burg visited relatives here Sntur day and Sunday EP Hendrix is Co shipped o carload of cattle and a canloudof bogs to Cincinnati Saturday Mrs Wfl HazelriggY of Bethel and bliss Petersof Popttr Plain Is visited the family of Chorley Reed from Saturday until Monday Moores Ferry A wedding eoon Ask Sudit Maze Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK eycrj bodyxand dont borrow It Edmund Wells and wife visitsd David Suton last Wednesday nnd Thursday G WJRazor and lames Triplett were in OnJngBvillo laflVSuturda on buBlnoed Mrs Sarah Click i yoryJow not expected to live AH the othei sick peoplejmproving w Guv Beckham poke to a small crowd at Salt Lick lOat Ttfu sdu evenlngaa ho camp through pn special t uin Land oeins vcy high around Salt Lick John Otis sold 20 acres to Srnpnes for 1500 Roi Jackson bought onehalf aero of JameB H Mso fbrf210 Dip Flood wHo went to Ten nc see pome thrco or four wee k1 HIO has returned to Old Kentucky Ir Flobd says jio did not like TeBnessJeo as well as he does Ken tuokr Wei are glad to see F1utbflok In agalfy as he Ian goori citizen1 t TbsreTTas h box supper at Polks ViUbIL Wednegday night TheItt fromarep to t totof4A3 Miss lilddlcMn r ning of Snt Lick being ono o tIi Iiandiome girls there brougbf xme of the nicest boxes there uno onlybrotight15 center Ayounc fellow nfftloorei Jerry bought it ran off with it and would not le tier eat with liim Sho said shi brought jt for an eleetioneorinj scheme for Bolkuapj she thougjji thlit WHS bad trg kindnesp 1 i cI4 I p t r 4 aiiI Sprlncfiold MFi S A Tniil was in Jit Sttr ling Tuesday P I Ed Tiiyliir and vifp wore in MS St erling FrtIiy Mr Will Turner vlsiud Mrs Will Jliiilory Mailury- fljKs Litlu Hull wastho of Mist Lutie Smathers Wednesday g t wtWillrkloy were in Mt Sterling Sat dny Mrs Sarah thuthcr9Wednesday leeiitrs Anuie Gossctt Mrs Sarah Spratt vieited Mrs SatIjriioyxniglit Miss Lutip S mat hers was the guest of Miss taurft nt arpburg fromifriday night till ndny Slato Valloy Ewing Conner sold some corn to a Fleming county man at 335 in the field Julia Suladio and wife of Sal Well Elder Dawson and wife wee ests of the family of Sum Shultz There will bo n box supper nt Forgo Hill next Saturday night The object of time supper 18 to buy a library for the school Miss Joslo Coylc and Miss Mar garet Carniody ol Naylors Branch were guests of Mrs Duller Toy hnd rs Sam Shultz train Friday until unduyiStone Templeman hnd little daughter Rosa Fen ton of WincheB t and Vr E Atchison and wife Salt Lick were J SyElder Dawson preached his loot sermon at thjs place Sunday night Elder Dawean has done his whole duty as a minister of tho Gospel He line labored until the sweat ran d gownChrist and if they ore lost there can be nothing IoU to his charge hile wo regret to give ElderDaw up for we feel he is truly it an of God but as hu fcrls he can o more good somewhere else may Elder Damson und his estimable wife meet with euccees in thctr tie iv Held of labor and may they bnir lit many to the fold of Christ is the the writer Unpfr Prickly Ash AltnauKn Stone ami wife weO HI Mtr Sterling one days lnit week on husinosn Elder R T D Zimmerman was in Suit Lick on business one day last week R L Stone and wife visited E S Hamilton and wife on Roea Run Sunday A 2 Stone and wife vlaitcdWm P helps and wife near Reynolds illa last Friday DVS Estill and wife of Owing 8 ville were guests of H A ijtcr and wife Sunday Chas Ilarpei left Wednesday of last week to visit friends ut Aeb land and Catlcttsburg Alrp Thomas and dhtMiss Nellie of RoynoldnvilKVviaSt ed Mrs R L Stone SaturdnX afv t ernoon Mrs Nancy Shrout and Ar ss Unry Snedegar spent Saturday familyOwingsv1io in Mrs Robert Tinchcr of Slate Creek was the guest of her per iiits Jackson Markland and wife Saturday rind Sunday Henry Graven and wife of Peeled Oak and Mrfi T S Shrout of O w ingsville were guests of Mrs Nun ly Shrout oncday last week C H Carr visited relatives in first of the week ucidanticipates making a visit in Harrison county before be returns Bethel Susje Clinkenbeard Mrs Wall Pt Given and little son Charles are m the sick list C Bl Williams of Carlisle wap here this week looking Hfter liie business affnita Mrs Ruth RatlifF and her Ulster Misa Nancye WilliamsepentThursj day in Mt Tonellitrs has rondo its npponj nce inthis community with cli lren anflrgrpwn people wttlli4i Wilson of Missouri son late Mat Wilson is here ou a visitlo relative Mrs Miry Whalcy of Millers burg spent loFt week with her eon Claude and other rclativey- t ntJohn Clinkenbeard ahfl wile we to Cincinnati last week to see bis aunt Mrs Ruth Pods worth Anderson inward of Spencer nd MntUreiy Beatty of Mt Sler t ting are visitors at Wm Duye The salp of Will Irvine tt fl9 J T ittenyed stock crop nnd hold s bJs brought god Mrs Carrie DbnaldEoi vero In a jc ri rItloHVrsonHryaht of ItileRocl as IIPJO Ttjfrsiiuy li bn Sprajt and KJfU visited in M tStenIing FtiIuy Mr SrrgUichardJ3flflaldBon were in M rlrn f F SAlTon and Adrian Ratlil rein Mt Sterling Monday Mrs John Hawkins and Mrs U C Uttcrbaok are on the sick list Mr and Mrn OIlio Potts lost eir child Saturday by diphtheria Monroe BoLts colored has lost th urdreeg J Elgin Sharp if erecting a pair of stock scales nt his farm near tovn Mr and Mrs Tack Scott visited relatives near OwingsvllleSaturday and Sunday Mrs O M Ratliff visited MrsR J RatlilT visited nlniivcs ut 07mmRothiana last week John Ioter and daughters Anna nTdSaJlie were in Mt Sterling Monday shopping Itfo tmird0fn thightMrs J R Ariplett went to Lex ington FridajVto see her brother li Whaley w is ill with malarial fever at his el t MrsiRadmIhelp Grange City The last beef of the beet company was slaughtered here Friday Joseph Myers and wife of Flora ingsburg visited relatives here last week S T Walton and wife visited relatives at HilUborc Saturday und undaySMrs Bettio Cn right vieited reU atiras in Hath county n few days last weekfrThe boys played several tricks on the people Halloween by removing ates wugone etcviL G Rifdon und wife visited John Duughcrty and fuaily in Hath county Sunday Walter Gray and wife visited relatives at Wyoming Sunday and nlso attended church Sirs L U Newman and Msler MIssAddIeowmae weru inIrIeiiu ingeourg Saturday sboppng Misses Sftllifi Estill and Vira Hayens visited James Walton nnJ wife ntar Poplar Plains Saturday a ncfliuudny Mrs Wei Boyd ntirf ilaHpni Miss May of ReynoliUvillv Wrr isguests at George Phelps aria fRuliF Saturda3uont3 Sunday Lon Baylor of Wost firgnjjjspent it few days xrith hs ieln11 wcfk Mr Baylor rturn d ban I y 1gretIL A Day nnd fannlyQ li amiidh wifa iI8 3LO jrntnn iti w4r a ndif Is1hbO- ritJMo eimaumiiMmely do The Sundaysrhnn wullgiylJo yster oippar at tieShiUflhlliLi Saturlay iuht Nov 7 Miii- e C iji miertn the crowd 1 V couib Uja etijny the cvernnf xik I3b Mazo for 250 Jitltoti Rail snsboiiliJ jciojAdauis of Duhtlhjgton o1et we GeoTasfzo is vrith Uu fattier J MMnzeC t quIu itl wIth I ijVer MrsOtiR Sirsd gor and Mrs Le na Wadelt vetoill Owingsvillo Saturday Mrs J M Pferco has returntfrom Loiiitn aer a three AvcekV visit there Miss Lutie jQuieenberry spent Saturday and Sunday at lier li1nil near Slepetonej Miss Minoi Wilbur returned toth her homo ia Ohio after u few weeks yisiitQ her Jriehds and rcl ativert j eetTeNqrth 1r and Ausi I Shoies nro visiting Mrs Nannie tIeR u pwlngMIlc who had ler Narrow ten d e1 r Bitbftm spoke tii n larg fc vvd h a lafct Thursday even fi Ravels n very iotm r estiiigtallc behrlng upon Ihofluon ciiil condition with acue com pari Bonsi The trainwftSeofcawhat late s for a bonfir was pi o jmnjioaaImmp4upon the countenance of the G Iv1I cr r PO nil could see him us well aMor hltaUo see how welcome be c thviVJny Republicans were iaUb K d obsrtbe ofternaini talks de vercctcvxr county olit5cinl d rednbqut 9 4 t s ftITlrnfyJrcHvn end wife went tii Nd t Lick lUM Ffiaujr nhiigrn woni to Salt Lid labt ry on business O acttr 1 on Wont to Denton lo8t1Vt lay on business J last TuVcdnesdtyC late IqneIt bait Lick was here lust SUurctuyand Sunday Mrs Show and Ifnttio Jackson we ntta Mt Sten1ingThTst4tnduy E W McKinney and family o Moores Ferry visited here lust Sat ay and Sunday The cottage prayermeetings each ee fetjtigf Bert anti Aquu Johoson are haul fog filinir frrun Knlr Ttplr tn llitnll a GrondnpDrwere hero from Saturday until nday in tho interest of the Flat ck lease f The work in the oil fields cur i tin ues about the same Three power houses aro running regularly pu IImpingto Salt Lick cad different parts 1of LImo State They aro also uainj e oil for piinting roofs on houaes Central Oil Co is drilling a deep well they have passed the second eand Stoops All the hay inthis vicinity hiJareen baled jf Josiah Coonsis in Nicholas Co dobublicasS F Dent and wife were visitors hero Monday uaMrsprovingpw1ycrHe who loses in rome instance proves very often to bo the winner Mrs Mary Buster has returned m a protracted visit at Win Chester Sam Holliduy of Lexington lp siting his parents John IIol1ld y and wife Our farmer eem to be enthusi as tic ovcr tile Tobacco Growere thSSociutiflflL iM ti house ai ILidington for G50 Ceveruitended the Ma go wan cola nt Sit Siorllng last week Alfrtxi Monre and wifo viSiti Jom in t GduyuniIirs Many Ryan son ilugh atteIt of Spuncer vverq guests 61 t ire Sunday 1T Twin and Slisa Ilerttb Vnn 0 ttlAivun vjyiitd their jjurei JSitturdisy and Sunday A B Bridges has painted ixn jty iiiprovfd tt reMtieiicft 01 liicl liy John Uollhuy xnts H GJikppie and Jas Grp Y flffpinlfil iiiaa1 of C LLG jI It1et5Andy Triplett anpotsur Vcotirl ii taen who IJIB been hiiiitlicuif d for sornt tino i4uhid ijgrtia Mrs s A TnliJ and Mrs John all of the Sjitin ficW iicihib r SiVd vieitcl irierrts livrc Mondny Mrs LA Stnll hp retarnod totIhsr llama in JoP3iminu oiuhty af flr u visit to friends rnd rilative thlfs county Judge Hf E French of Ml Stcr Republican cunlidcte forCir c uUClerk was mixing with tin VOtera hero bat wcok It just costs aj3 to hug n woman on the streets of Joplin Mn ayB a Western paper Well Whos denying that IIH not worth tbf fine Jahn IT Tntilbeo ot Frankfott cnrao upThnriida to see Mrs T- nt Dr Wttldeckdx MrTaulbeere viu White Oak Morgt tn c ountyMTho new Toothpick Trust startt off auspiciously but its only Lih question of time until like the others it will be feeling down in e mouth No wonder the New Yorkers ire a hard lot if they could stand C rieNation Uncle Ltge and BIt Mnyornlty campaign allat the pame time After March Isty 1904 Stoops ill i ii i t tiarf SorJs going tOmova Some Onoliijp remarked that inua must bo getting scarce whan two woman dispute over time uff cntjono of Senator Platt Men are 8 ot scarce but eligible United s tqtqs Senators are Tom Voberson and wife X aandyi Springfield neighborhood Fri nnlght Everyone present en jommycfttheoise1vesy pastimeisreralof our citizens awakencti a Mucl y morning to find their gates jiing and farming implemcnte gates are e LIII 4ntrea tops as a s krdmty nilit irap li 4 ted the v 4LII Mtdd IcI ncr nyo 1e finest Irdr i cStii 19 t 4 4 3 tr t ao Craigs Ruin is nettled here very much GondptatorLeo Thompson who had been in West Vasince June has returnee homo JohnnieCraig sold to Robert i his farm for 000 possession efl March 1st 3Jesssince Febntiary with the Amenical Tel Ce Jda thon2 Wi had two Mormon preacherCr 5unlayTind they will bo Suiday ttt two oclock in time after noq n They did very welt till they ched Jo Smiths name in George Hunt sold James Craig a mule for twentyfive cents George to prdir cart and started to town They got as far aslommio Craig and they could not get any farther They hud to leave it and wanted a horn to put it in but could not get to the burn They wanted to build f T trtIiifllO8not let them cut it down The mule hadlo stand under tho apple treto SHERIFFS SALE tu VirIno of tro otecutlons In jay hand ued mm the IontBoraory Circuit Coii on An Itiyx44i thu first nnmed for 30 t be scoirid W besides Intorost antS cost 1 will oa- SIONIUV SOVKJf BEIl 1908 be goingloorInOwlngsvllIeKyofforfortiiletoth gheat bidder on a credit of three month tho andlvlacd reversionary Interest of tho defendant r BKneh and lavled upon as his property In and to ono tract of land lt tct In Ildtb county on 15to Creek ncnr WibeiIat o womter3 83 E ES1V100 polos to ft atnke ntl on plot n corner tu tot No 2 In Martin Jonua Hue o donIsons tine thence 9 83 W 69 80109 poles L- n sta a corner to GcorgoQjVxlpnsterthenco a 153 TAR polos to the betclnnlng con ta ming 33 ipO100 acres Bgluc tho dower tract of land hold by Laura Kusli widow of R li Knsh and tho Interest of said defeud ant being an undivided nuofourth subject to 1oreofyItIns then amounting to the sum ot tSlTp SETJIBOTTSeUcrljrofBfithCo alngsvltieCommissioners Salt Bdtbdfrcuit Courtc SagaInsteorgo Kiiox8 Hulrs Defondtinta By vji tuo of judgment of timolla tima rcuit Court rendered at theOotober rm 1003 in tlianbnvecriiitled cam oIi undersigned will oniHOXD Y NorIiri oth 1003 tlio utht iifiTrl1 ior Iii Owlnss itVet1tliti hutu I CIIA fil ill CTzll Iiu iiTriIt t Ie hiLlul tbh1cbir on a cram lIt StSI imi tFcr1tb iit tract f landiir ttniuuli thereof to t itisfy ssfil judgment then ftniouiit- nt lo the sum of 24a Co ThcMild Iniils nuhii situate flSnth county Ky nerr Forgo Iii ind bounilurl 38 fqllows IigiumtuI 1SCt Ftono XSAl 7 Hulls frosn tree vorner to tjo Juiuls Sjuniy Gret n tlibucciS 17 X 7 nit8 fo a a t stnnf corner to sunlii IfleC SJU W CI to H e t stone tlJcncS S21 lavV8 W poles to i Btt stonu cjrner to 1 M Moore rlierce wjtli s uitd Moprod 1iUi S G3if LerfjontLr of said tnrunllc F S4i E 1340 i40apokspnliRto02100 acres of liuitJ Time parehaser will be requited to c xectte solo bonds with good secnri tv hisnrjng interest from dato uud malepflynblt to the undersigned G C JRWIKG Commissioner R GudgellSoti Attj Commissioners Sale Bath Circuit Court J IT Rlohart Sc Plaintiffs F EquityDOarmlohiaelaUelra By virtue of o Judgment of theBath Circuit Court in tlio nboVcentit led case ronderod at the October term 1 wilt on ONDAY NOVEMBER 9th 1003 County Court day at the Court ouse in Owlngsylllo Ky be wcalm the hours of 1 nod 3 oclock p m of said day offer for salo to tlio highest bidder on a credit of sis months the followingdosorlbed tract of butt or enough thereof to satil fy thesald Judgment then amounting to the sum of 72465 being situate in ath county on the waters of Slate reek near Preston section contuin lug forty acres and hounded cc foj tows Beginning at a set stone c cor iier to the lands of Johu F Johnson onuib south side of n hill thence yvltlisnkljphnsqii8 lineS 32 E 16 W mistake In the road in said line thence with diriroad fiV 14 iolestoa stake N 7n W 80 poleS to a stake tiierico N 02 i V 2 poles to a stake thcinc sN 17 W 21 poics a stake thence i41W Vv 24 poles n stake thence N 80 V 10 poles a stake tlienco Jf 48 V 21 oles to a stake N saw 14 pule a Polestaku IL a thenoo with said Ewlnse line JJTitfE41Q a stako cornbr to Ewlne and Johnson thence S 25 E poles stake west of a hickory trco cornor nj F Johnsons land thonce S4 3 E OS 6 poles to time beginning this boundary containing acres but there Is cxelutietf therefrom twoi cressold to Susan CarpentervYJilcfr hounded us follows Beginning ut set stone and largo black troq in the county road running from the Owingsvillo Preston turs1pikohtKendalls thence line northeasterly across u Lallow to the lllofonuo of J F Johnsh ut a 1ianeJohnson and Henry Grnycniftln the public road thence with sold road nortliwesterly tpthn hejilrinincr eav ng 4 uci es to be M J The w M a required 16 xecttteaat1ii vt Ji scjciir ltyiv i c est fcoui datpmaile payaj f tJic understgtied Jtraster nijoher Oct UL1U0 J EWING Comnmiusthuci dell Son Attys is S JOKES rAFao ioi rdlSVILLE1livor miate 1enhmtgtIo tton5- y Ij r L 4c i fS 1- 1itp Bath Circuit Court Henry Gurretfs Creditors jyislntins EquityHenryBy virtue of a Judgmeiit of tlieliah Circuit Court in time nbovnentltled cuss rendered attire October term I It03IwIiton MONDAY NOVEMBER 1i103 1vil At OwingslaI o clock p in of said lny offer for lu to time highest bidder on a credit of cd fnhlosvlngdescrthJami ittimeuato in Bath county on Slate eek Flret a tract of 8 8100 acres bo SeBegiuntimgjatt a- rnerco to BclI thence S 20V 87 pole to nn elm tree tlionce S 88 E 2t32 po 651lespo Crck thence up Slate with It meanders to the beginning The said operty to bo sold subject to the of Mrs Mary Onrretttho nato having boon allotted to horns dower time fnld dower tract does not o 1- 8fo n snlHcIent sum to said judg incut then I Will offer for sale nt the same tUne and plate another tract of land of 10 acres or enough thereof to satisfy tho balance of said judgment w hich adjoins time firstdescribe a act and is bounded ns follows Be inning at a stake In Charles Heeds Inods thenro S 83 E 44V poles to n ssafras tree thence N 29 E 02 poles n stake on the bank ofdlateCreek thence with said creek as it mean ttipwehence65J poles to tho beginning and con taiuInglG acres Ite oixecutobo made payable to time undo sltnod Commissioner Oct12lC03 O C EWING Commissioner R Gudcell Son Atty- sCommissioners Sale Bath Circuit Court illis Morgans Admr Plaintiff EquityillisSDefendant By virtue of a judgment and or en of sale of time Bath Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1903 in the abore styled cause the undersigned ftlas ier Commissioner will on MONDAY NOVEMBER 919b i the some being Cn nty Court it3 between the nours of 12 cmiock ra mind 3 fclack p mpro- ceed to cxpos for sale at public i1etion to the highest timid best idder at time Courthouse door in Owingsville Kentucky the follow ing described property A parcel of land lying in Bath Kentucky on the waters of late creek and bounded stud do s us follows Beginning M point 10 ft east of Joln L Vices corner in the lino of A Williams anti I B Wjiltiini C- LnSt on that line SCO feet IK Add tli 225 feet thence wtst ictt lelmCo Irth 225 lect ii iugtint4initg ti aete Terms Snlo will bo m irtIjtchafer will be reqturcjJto exctii bond with ilpprov wi security for the payment of frprirchur aiunay pnynhln to thi Gonmii ioner item trding G per cent inlerest from hnvtngttirivr ecmltimlmguntil alt of lite piirciiiiRejpfinry is paid G C E LO Master Cmmairimncr C W GooilpuEter Attorney i Commissioner V Sale path Circuit Court Ailsfry J Cloy a fleirsct tJimiuti11e pgainet Sale in1 Equity Ailsey J Claytons Heirs ac Defenthmrinst By virtue ofaorder of sale of time Hath Circuit Court rendered attho Outul bar term 1903 ia the abovestyled cause the undersigned Master Commissioner will on MONDAY NOVEM liES Oft 1903 the same being County Co art day between the houra of 2 oclock m and 3 oclock p in pro ceed to offer for sale at public nuot tion to the highest and heat bidder at the Courthouse doorin Owinge rule Kentucky the followingde scribed property to wit First A parcel of land lying and being in Both county Ky on the waters of Whito Oak Craek containing about 63 acres a ndI bounded us follows Ou the north by the lands of Warren Rodgers on the south by thelandsof Thou and Gcorgij Hoyd on time east by the lauds of W U Gudgell on Ic west by the lands of Chns Whaley and it is nit and the some Ifind Stt out in time deed train Samuel T Jones and wife to Ailsey J Clay ton of record in Deed Book 53 page 363 Bath Couny Records Second A parcel of land situ ated in OwinjjsvjUe Bath county Ky containing al6utbneacreand bounded on the norlh by time C ingsf iile Wyoming tufnpik a Gtroet ofsaid town on the oaet by ithp property of tlfo late Mrs Ajjo Cooher on tho west by the property of tho heirs of W U Al len 4ecd onth6fiputh by n street of said town known Pension AyenuejjssKiTtis all and the same abdeoulyeye1 to 8aid 5JCIUb7dd from KanpletTur ner of record jn Deed Bpojc 45 page 545i fltr9Quntyuecordec Terms Sale on n credit of six months The pur chaser will be required ip execute bond for the purchase money with approved eocurity payable to the Commissioner bearingsir percent interest from dayofialujijihpaid having time force and jof d judgment and ret iflnga lca on sold property for the riIlpayraenl of the purchase G C EWING Commissioner Jj Neahitt ttY 5ea our samples andv g t pur prices and ve will your jqbjyqik t I I I r r d Ladles L1 4OFTUETHINGS IN OWL Notion Department KleinertB silk Shields 25o KloinerteNHfniook 25 30c KUinerteE ZEON25c Arnolin Powder Ifie1- Splro 25c tmienhienetnicuim vder 20c Royal lOc AitPJlIow ro1ms 2 0c i4 r Pillow cords wit as Piliow cords per Rfl I6c 5 Silk Floss Pilntfvs 45 and 50c hookon flseSr trs26150SOc- Childreito 20 to 30c PJnCubesblnekacblored 5 10o 1 Pin Cflbinots 5 mad lOc Q agleiMftje8ticP5nfibtrt510 LndioB Kid Gloves 125 tbvfZ 1 Golf 256060c re4ChuldreneGloyesandMlits25c iAr SPECIAL SILK SALE Saturday NOVEMBfll 7 CASH OWLY 1- j Sale Price 9 S1CO 36inBlackTaireta 98c 100 36 in 88c- 85c21in 69c f125 24inBlkPeau deSoie98 58c 191n Antbcrea 48c These are great bar gains and forJQNE DAY ONLY Special attention to mail orders for these Silks when cash is sent with order M1 R1 Samuels Co1 i iii STERLING KY i Conimissi Ibmili ireumtcourt p 1Isiniki IlatjiUlT mgtminwt Snk Et1iitya h1J llsniikvrc Uj virtue of itJudaim mind ssr er ofitlu tt th tistli Ctrtui- OurtC rindered at tlme titbre- rmt 1303 its ib5t tt tyItie mtetImetmntIersigimet M uster Ciiu- niwsuiiner willsn MONO KOVEiUJERO 1303V thdPattie idizgCzumtyjurL day hcfvtsen time hours of 12 ttclofk 1sdt Itmltick p proeeedtu nffer for tale at public auction to tisbtjjFjast and best bidder itt the Qpur hoiipedonr in K itnckvtii followingdeBcriheiW property Lwlt A tract oflnnd lying in haiti NaylurtiIirunebaumtI t it point between a stigur tree nnd a blncfc walriilt tot tIme south slule 9f bihoeIt a earlier to ilnrtf thcnte1 tW 6S1S poles to a cornor ii in link i wf aeor tanco 5478 nI s Ic a r C W Hon kcr8 roJ thence 5335 k ra3 stone on top of a ridir tiouaker thence N 88 poles to a email black hr1oar to Ilonaker th e447 23 E 6950 poles to a Uick walnut corner to Honakq et S 810 E 3630 poles te oak n corner to Honaker tt4ncoS66lp W 3850 poles o a su a beech tree stood a cornerHo thence S 15J B SGiS boles to the egjnnIngcmta1ni n6S6l amItes Said Ijmd encniubered wit- hsnythroi1m a llof C W Hbrii nke and tilt besdld subject tpi Terins sVltf will be made on i credit of six months The pu4 chaser ivill be required to executV n bond for the puruhiise ui ney5 wIth approredsecumty payable tile CommIs8lOner bearing six par- entc interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgment and retaining lien on said property for the full paynient of time purchase price G C EWING Commissioner J J Nesbilf Attorney CLISIATIC CURES The influence of climatic condf tionsjn the cure of consumption Is very inuch overdrawn Tim poor patient and tharlehpatlent toocati a d properttentionrepulur use of perrna ci p Frco 3zpcctOrntlon in the mimtr fAtmmad- eertain by SyrULm Is a ood rest nd thW ii of that wenketilng cougb a Ing night sweat Restlf f time eximautstltti grmsttit t11kIlg1 s sunitlvo cbpI pei by tmtkiolr I aiY nimd reiImt imimie 0 mvill IlndtIiflIflr bencfl Al and TtgI1 t hose ho usa Gerrwn bottle 25 r rnsulot sizel a J01uT IcIMiItQUGI 4 u4 tUICIOfiYwtis t1ckjs best ssjst jn 1nnd tnwlloe5gord atk nId bj I tvhinut