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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f 4 1l 1q tI 4 r J 1 17 4 1 l I 1 I z rr3- c I = t9j L L i jie Ivl mintiilLt Ud UtItR 1 I1J4t ti VOL XXVI OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL 13 1805 NO 39 4 Drink Wainocotta Pop i30 1 rA Brother For a nobby hat see Brother d The White sowingmachine is as popular an ever I Everything firstclass in hard at BucTBrotliers trwareIl Sara Shultz sold a pair of mules to Thou McCIintock or325 acooptodtJesse Turney bought a Lack of a Clark county man here Geo T Young is the au homed i7i agent of TOE OUTLOOK to collect g Lookat our 50o shirt- i 1UJTRER nonnm 4Goto J M Brothers drug store for wall paper and garden seeds teethjeat patterns of wall paper 4t ABorn Monday to Mr and Mrs i Strader of Lexington a eon The Union and Black Hawk corn drjlls arc sold byBudBroth ere iGetthe prices on Mens and SBoys tulle at the Racket Store be fore buying Brother Co have a full stock of harrow cultivators and double shovel plows American lady corset tho best fI corset made For sale by Brother k Brother i H L Lane la agent for Wieder man bottled beer and Budweiser bottled and keg How does Mrs Estill sellpo cheap Because she sells for cash ii with a very small profit Dutchess pantsEverybody wears them 1 a rip lOo a button For sale by Brother do Brother All who have property to sell at public auction call on M D Faris He will give satisfaction A carload of the Ohio Farmers Fertilizer the best try it I AsnBT DAWSON Coal Yard Our line or cook stoves and trimmings lcompJeteSce them price them Stuns BROS aFrl 7 fThe Uinr adrwlir wnta the flu OB T 1905 M the old T W a EwiHg barn His cuts arc the c bee 1 Elder Carpenter of Lexington Will preach at the Wyoming Chris tian Church tho 3d Sunday in pi 1rt April J Hare you seen Mrs Estills n1w hats If not ynjT should go and t eel themihplare beauties nnd BO cheap y Young housekeepers try Byron Bros for your housekeeping outfit They will sell you good goods at a close figure Dr G W Conner the dentist uses OdontUndor and all approved anesthetics for thV painless es tt traction of teeth Leave your order fore fertilizer with E L k A T Byron and get wS 4lRead8the best corn and tobacco producer on the market The simplest strongest and best disc harrow on the market is the zJA IIC8nton For sale by Bud y Brother Dont fail to try one Get 100 lbs of Beads tobacco fertilizer for your plant bed which c guarantees your plants at K L AT BTROSB For everything in wall paper ttom plain to elegantt81l1ate styles 4sadpatterns go to T M Perry do tV4 Co 4 iYou will get results if you use i Ohio Farmers Fertilizer on your 4 Scrops it will double Try it on ev Jj ery thing For sale by A H Dawv ion at coLl yard See Estill Hon kers line of braakcarts and shovel plows Full I line df Oeborhe farm Machinery iocludfng binder mowers rakes Randall barrows etc e Buy your binder and mower at Ii- hosoe Brother k Co sell the Mc Comick and keep a full stock of repairs which IB worth considering when buying a machine e You do not know what a small- S amount of fuel it takes to got a 2 Weal untH you try a Leader cook r ibtove or range Leave your order r with Bud Brother for one Get tho tried tested and trusted Fiae Grove Sunrise and Bakewell cook stoves Oliver plow BallMit 4p5 ehUbUlide plow Stoddard disc barrow They will do the work w EL Ar BYRON JOB IfKurrura Kemember that print1Itterbeide I statements envelopes cards labels receipts invitations and all sorts of bum neis stationery on the best stock In tasteful style at the most 1 f 3eaeonable prices Compare our- work with that turned out by any Job ofice and you will find it to r your advantage to have us do your- work We alio print posters dodgers pamphlets and everything usually tqruedout by a country job office We hive on hand for sale in any quantity blank deeds mortgages ft aeu other blanks I f Ji fIo 1J Yi 0 t 2i1Lr f r t i r J tt 1IM riPtt 7t f cal if y 1 I + r i J4 1 If c n PERSONAL L C Hamilton of Winchester was hero Monthly on busInetiH M A Dcnton tim Hillsboro mer chant was in town MonJay O R Martt and Thomas Myers pf Farmers were in town Court day- J O Groor and stepson Henry Hunt of Camargo were here Moday Mr and Mrs Gay Shrr st visited relatives ut Shurpsburg wnd Slier burne Sunday Jessie Turnoy of Paris was the guest of Mrs Elva Catlott some days time past week C M and J M Ilnrbesoti of Klom IiiKsburg visited friends hero Sunday and Monday Mrs Melissa Gnult of Louisa will come this week to visit her tin ugh ter MraJlbxsns Miss May KIucaldwentWednesdiTy to attend Slisa Fannie Tiptons dance ut Mt Starling Dr B Cornelison was out Monday for the first tune since his severe illness of pneumonia Eugene Brother and Ray Patterson were at Botliwell prospecting some days last week Ruford AGoodau and J H Gillas plo the noted horseman were Stoops visitors here Monday Miss Julia Elliott of Morehead Normal College visited her mother Mrs Ida Elliott last week S C Bascoin Jr of Millersbtirir spent some days the past week with his hither A W Bascom Mrs Mamie Levy of Detroit is the guest of the families of L It Slesser and Henry Schwab lHIMiss liettie Peters Saturday- H D Roberson nnd family have makeIat Miss Ella Ycung of North Middle town was the guest of Miss Bettlo Peters some days the past week Miss Mary Hunter after a visit to Misses Lillian Daugherty and Mary Gudgell returned home Monday Elder T W Harrison of Lexing ton Bible College came Saturday to preach at Pleasant Valley Sunday Mrs J It Carmichael and child ren of Louisville came Sunday toI visit her father WmMoore on Roes Run Cbns Bowden and Miss Elizabeth GaiUklll of Winchester visited M and Mrs Jesse Hampton from Sat urday until Monday MM W H Strossmau Jr and Miss Mary lloyd Marshall of Mt Sterling will come Thursday to visit Mrs James M Ross Miss Minute Jackson daughter oftSamuel M Jackson and wife husI butUQiiite sick witujtowethifls malarial fever Tnomaa McCIintock and wife of Millcrsbuhr were guests of their daughter Mrs T M Perry several days the past week Miss Mqy Atchison who attends school at Kluholasvllle came Satiurdny to visit her parents Mr Mrs J T Atchison at Wyoming Lawrence Peed and Timothy Mini hanof Carlisle were guests of their brothers lee A Peed and Eugene Mlnihun Thursday and Fri day Chins Fleming and sister MissI Pattie Lee of Klernlngsburg visited MaryOudgelifrom dayMisses Mattio Woodson Barnes Lottie Atchison and May Shrout alt of whom are attending school ntILexington visited their parents from Friday till Monday CC Hazelrigg anti wife of Frank fort came Jast Thursday to visit relatives at Bethel returning home Monday afternoon They were here Monday Mr H hasnt yet deter mined what business he will engage In All wool carpets Sea Brother Brother Millinery opening April 14 and 15 at Wrens Racket Store Salt Lick K1- Lock at Brother BrotherI granite 25c carpets Theyare pretty on the floor appointedfOBtmasterat Darnell resigned Douglas shoes None better byBroIhLOST Court dayon the streets of OwinRBville a 10 bill Return tb this office and receive reward pointsareinthem in Conroys saddle and harness goods Mt Sterling The blowing out of a mud valve at the electric light plant Saturday evening created some excitement No great damage was done Will have full line of new buggies at prices that are right in a few days ESTILL HONAKKB Co A large assortment of uptodate buggy harness but handmade goods at reasonable prices Try- tbemCoNROysMt Sterling BREAK CARTSI have as good a break cart us you ever saw hand made with best springs with cushion and all straps ready to hitch to for 5 Dont buy yousee these carts 4t PS SHBOUT LAND SALEThe 117acro Rice farm near Midland City owned by Wra Wright and the heirs ofF M- Ewing was sold at public sale at tho Courtho se doorMonday toW H Thomas at 1095 per acre BUDGIES T S Shrout keeps a buggiesColumbusBuggy Lamonte8 Hatterroau Luthsaud prIcesTwocredit 4t TSSuuoun Buy your spring suit from Broth er Brother ilor uptodate huts and low pn COB go Jo Wrens Racket StoreSalt Lick Ky Brother it Brother want you to come anti see their clothing before you buy Wont you Oliver meant the best to be bought in chilled plows has no equal For sale by Byron Bros Lessons in economy are found in buying saddles and harness from Conroy Mt Sterling wlllre you get best quality at low prices Theannunistnllion show Mon day was not up to expectations in numbers Tlieio were not more than 8 or 10 horses on exhibition PEAcnEsNoTlviLLEO The peach and all other fruit trees have bloom ed profusely both before and after the frost Good authorities state that tIme prospect for fruit is nil right yetS- TATE CROPS State Commis sioner of Agriculture Vrcelonds report for Kentucky up to April 1 states the condition of wheat to be 00 oats sowed 82 condition 00 rye 93 i Burley tobacco sold 63 per cent i dark sold 50 MILLINERY OPENING Friday and Saturday April 14 und 15 1905 Latest und most fashionable designs will bean display Street huts for early wear Your patronage solicited JACKSON It KRING dealers in Millinery and Notions Salt Lick Ky 2t RUNAWAY ACCIDENT TownMar shul Wm F Mark and Clark Bas com Jr took a drive down the town hill on the Sharpsburg pike Friday afternoon When it was allover Mark had to doctor sores and bruises all over himself and limp along with the aid of a cane The borrowed horse took a notion to have some fun with the boys by tossing them out of the vehicle Clark was not hurt PROFIT MADE IN BUTINGBy buying my buggies in carload lots I get 27 buggies laid down atlres ton fur 35 where it would cost me 100 to chip them n few nt a time By buying in cur load lots I can save 5 on each job So my profit is saved in large quantities If you want a buggy of any quality I will save you money on it sure for cash credit T SSnltou1I CAKiESTia JoiflsElder BII Ross was called to the home nfjoln M Jones near Preston Sunday af noon to tie the nuptial knot forMr Jones daughter Miss gUllulJdI Ir Wm Carpenter Ihd brides said to bo u pretty girland a very fine young woman The bride f id an indtistninuvind worthy young man The bridal couple have Toe OUTLOOKS best wishes On CAP BUGGIES As there areI always some people that want to buy a buggy at the catalogue hpuie prices I have added u line of cheaper buggies and have plenty of them in stock in leather trimmed top buggies 37 leather quarter top lOud leather cushion buck 12 full leather top 47 leather quarter top rubber tire 54 Dont order or buy a cheap buggy until you see these 4t TSSimouT FICKLE WEATHER April acted very badly the past week trying some of the tricks for whichMarch was noted in past years On Wed nceday morning of lust week there was considerable frost Thursday morning a heavy snowstorm of remarkably large flakes fell for a few hours the snow being three inches deep where it was not melted Of course the srn came out later and then it had to rain some and hail some too Saturday morning there was a heavy white frost with the ground frozen somewhat Sunday it soon became very warm and was n bright fine day Monday was warm but windy with a wind storm Into in the afternoon and a thunder and rain storm at night- MnsErIZABETUBRIST0ws DEATH Mrs Elizabeth Bristow died at 11 oclock a m April 4 at lien eon F M Bob BristowB on Flat Creek Her death was principally due to old age She was buried April 5nttho Wright graveyard near Craigs Deceased was born Nov 28 1817 and was reared in the neighborhood whore she was burled her father being a settler from Virginia who roared a large family of children of whom there survive three viz James Albert Wrlgbtof Flat Creel i Mrs Jane Wells of Jones Branch and Mrs Alvira Hartof Olympia Ambrose L Wright Mrs David Shrout and Mrs John Bohannon were brother and sisters Mrs BritltoV was first married to Arnold Johnson Of this union there survive five children William and Marshall Johnson of Mont gomery county Mrs Abe Good pastor of Craig Mrs Isaac Shrout ant Mrs Lewis Sutton of Jessa mine county Her second husband was Andrew Bristow Their surviving children ore F M Bob Bristow of Flat Creek and Mrs Alice Page of Jog sainiue county Deceased came of a family noted for strong practical intelligence and good citizenship She enjoyed the esteem of her acquaintanceship and is mourned by many relatives and friends Tho bereaved family have THE OUTLOOKS sympathy in their sorrow r L flfR J fJl tJ1ftJf i i SiiKouTHnov Divefs und sun togethetSaturday pointWIknow that there is something in tensely interesting about to happen and still one cant got the clue to the mystery In the flrst place there hUll been telephone messages passing around and about that hinted more than was disclosed Then some ladies who were inGood pastor ttCos store were courteous ly but summarily dismissed by suave Ford Patterson with the statement that an important matter was on hand and he must close the store and though he couldnt tell what it was they would soon hear ofit Suppose you had boii told that in the way it was done wouldnt yoUr peace and quietude be de stroyed and your curiosity go on the rampage Of course When a body is vp ngaUist a condition like that she issimpl going to learn more or jeopardize life in the attempt There were buggies driv en out of town and buck to the rears of stores Telephone messages passed back and forth Each out eider told alls he knew and start ed on the trail for more informa tion Clues were run down And so it went on until midnight Then everybody on tho trail was put onto tho matter It was just this Mr Gay Shrout left here Satur day afternoon for Sherburne where he met Miss Lutio Moon Thuy returned hero about 8 oclock It is alleged that the return trip was made in 75 minutes The distance from Owingsvilleto Slierburno i 14 miles That is at the rate of 521 Lou Dillon couldnt do it on n race track But it doesnt matte Doubtless the record was broken as it was Mr Shrout brought from Shcr burne with him a note from Miss Luties mother authorizing mar riuge license to be istu d for Miss Lutie and Mr Slirnut but in the hurry the signature hail been loft off the note Then County Clerk Peters hud to cull up the mother by telephone and have her authoriza tion for the marriage license In time meantime it was discovered that there wushta minister in town to perform time ceremony Elder Jo R Jones of Hillsboro was tele phoned for but couldnt come Dlder Bll Rosb wits located out near Preston and a rush telephone message was sent to bring him to Preston utlu niuktiitmmrunce duubly sure the lovers accompani ed by Ford Patters n and wife went iut to ethr to meet E1J Ross The Utter met them at Preplan and came buck to Ford rSIllI wsere the ceremony was pronounced ut 11J5 III the presence cifitimer ins jibilant friends Mr and Mrs Guy Shrout have been extremely busy since receiving cnngratula tions accepting presents and attending dinners nndBtippjrs in their honor They have taken rooms at Mrs Henry Scotts lor tin pre rnr The brido is the oily hild of Mrs Leo Nhlulland her first husband Thomas L loon She wt pprtly reared here Later 6 he was ellucated by Mrs Fannie Talbott at Sharpsburg She is a remark ably handsome young lady and is finely accomplished She is very popular in social circles Mr Shrou is the son of Mr and Mrs James R Shrout and iaayoung man of much business prom ise He has had an extensive experience as a traveling salesman und clerk at Mt Sterling and Sharpsburg For some weeks he has had u position in the dry goods store of Goodpaster Co hero and commands a fine trqde and corresponding salary Ho also is very popular in society Sam Lath ram bought oCiW S Gudgell Monday a fat cow for 35 EMPLOYED STORThe officers of the Christian Church have em ployed Elder Robert Campbellof Lancaster as pastor of the church for a year He will bo hero in time to preach next Sunday He will not bring his family until later SHERIFF HOLDS THEM iNo bid Web received Monday by f Sheriff Botts on the leases and other prop erty of the Alum City Trenton St Louis and Kentucky Ragland ol and gas companies in the Ragland and Embry fields for tuxes hence he holds said property DOGS POISONED Some poisoned food was placed on the streetThurs day morning Postmaster Barnes water spaniel Colonel and Val lace GudgellB big black dog discovered it and each tried to eat it to keep the other from getting it In consequence both died in a very short time SAUKDERBDUNLAP lUrnnd Mrs James M Dunlap request the lonour of your presence at the marriage of their rtrude to Mr William FantSaundersWed nesday noon April the twenty sixth nineteen hundred and fivoat 12 oclock 123 ostFrankHnStreet Circleville Ohio The foregoing announcement has beets received by friends of the contra ctlngpartiesI Miss Dunlup has viItcdat Shnrpsburg and is well known in society hero She is a v bund some and popular young lady Mr Saunders is a son of EUaunders of Sbarpshurg anda brother of Mrs A N Crooks of this town He is a popular young society wan Z ie icmt XRLOOI POISON FitnnoWu r d Iif3 been received by relatives that Mrs John B Sanford of Cutlctts bnrgjiad one of her littJffin zers am putated at the wrist und is still in a serious condition The trouble fingerItcrated on once before the amputa tion She line been sick seven weeks and is still very weak and sick TELEPHONE FHANOHISESFOBSAIK The Fiscal Court of Both County ut its April term which was held on the 4th day of April 1905 made an order appointing Judge Daugh erty a Special Commissioner to ad vertise and sell publicly to time highest and best bidder tho tele phony franchises over the turnpikes and public roads of Buth county paid franchises tobe sold as a whole or by magisterial districts or by specific turnpikes or by public roads in time discretion of the Corn missioner The ditto of tale has not been fixed yet by the Commissioner ToBAcco SULDIt is estimated by competent authorities that threefourths of the tobacco of the 1901 crop in Bath county bus been sold The estimated purchases are Snedcgar tires of Wyoming 3PO 000 lbs Robertson fc Stone of Bethel and Owingsvllle 600000 lbs T G Datighcrtyof Sherburne 250000 Ibs Peed Goodpaster 325000 Waller Sharp of Sharps burg has purchased some The American Tobacco Companys buyer Hisle of Mt Sterling and French of Cuiliele have made large purchases T R Ratlin Co of Grange City have bought about 5000 Ibs in Bath county TELEPHONE FRANCHISES TO BE SOLDTiIe statement in lost weeks issue that the City Council grant ed u franchise to tho now telephone exchange to come into town was premature According to the au thorities till the franchises through out the county imp illegal the law requiring the franchises to be ad vertised Htjd sold to tlie highest bidder Hence the Fiscal Court and the City Council of Qwings villo have advertised in this issue and will sell the franchises to the highest bidder in order to comply with the law It is eallya mere mutter of form Oil there can be no monopoly granted A sufficient sum to cover ousts of advertising and recording franchises will prob ably be acceptable to the authori tiesCOURTDAYMonday wasa warm and bright day though the wind blow ilie dust dUagrrenlily und lute in the afternoon there was a considerable windstorm There was a big crowd in town and time murcianld generally hud a fine trade Stock trade was rather brisk Among tho salts reported are J L Vice sold Silas Corbin thir teen yearling steers at 2510 per headJohn Dawson bought three year ling steers of James Clark at S27 per head and one of Alfred Carter for 26 50 Wm Crayons auctioneer sold a cow for 30 Sam Lathram bought eighteen 2yearold 800 lb steers of Solly RuUton ut 4 30 per hundred two steers of Hugh Knrrick for 4750 2 yearold bull from Chun Robert ton for 26 i fifteen heop of Hugh Karriok ut 5 per had lambs included lie sold two steers to Ed ollivcr lot 50 and a bull to Sid Hurt for 28 Jack Rice sold a yoke of 4ycar old work oxen for 80 eleven 2 yearold steers at 2750 one year ling steer for 20 one yearold mule for 110ono 2yearold mule for 75 one 4ycarold bay mare for 150- Warren Rodgers bought ten 120 lb hogs of Czudlmigramn at 5c two yoarllng steers of same forj30 i a horse for 50 G B Boyd stldJ B Goodpaster a pair of 2yearold mules for 230 J L Vico sold two mules to Hisle do McLoney for 250 a mule to vWalter Thornton Snelling pair of mules for 275 and Snelling resold them for 280 Walter Young sold a sow and three pigs to John J Coyle for 1150 T H Brown sold two steers to Sid Hart at 3c James Pergram sold a bay mare to George Clark Jr for 110 Thomas McClintock of Millers burg bought two mules of Dick lies for 28750 two mules of Lite Hart tor 320 two of Wm Shultz for 32250 i one of Wm Razor for 140 herd Armstrong bought a mare of Peter Hurt for 125 Geo W lloyd sold a yearold filly to J R Robertson for 140 OH Snedegnr sold a horse to Hamilton of Winchester for 65 a mule to Settles of Mt Sterling for 65 a mare to Geo Boyd for 110 Saw Jones bought of C U Retd a more for 75 L C Hamilton bought a horse for 100- James and Will Knrrick sold nineteen cnttlo at 28 50 per head Peter Hart sold a 2 yeurold filly to Hord Armstrong of Flemings burg for 125 horso to James Garrett for 85 one steer to Omar Wilson for 33 one cow to same for 28 one cow and 9 pigs to Mrs Belie Rice for 25 Henry Hunt of Montgomery county sold a horse to LC Hum ilton af Wtuclicfitcr fur 125 B f r Savoyards Wisdom Continued from fourth 11I1gt1 away the ecabhard If he had been been he might have worn the tf git that Dr Hunter slung on the broad and ponderous and expansive cor porosity of Dr Deboe but Me Creury knows which basket con talus the McCreary egg mind this time ir is thoBlackburn Imeketund it is the most miraculous thing that ever happened in American polities Blackburn and McCreary in the Farno trundle bed It in evident that inteckharu can licatlilackburn with Piiynter he will have little trouble getting McCreurys toga for himself So Mac has to fight for Joe and fight like the devilat that And the misery of it is that McCreury lows tlmtJoe is exempt from all the ordinary promptings and accepted obligations of grati tude And so there is a hardship that fricl1dthe1I0nJelHl1etl pended on to overcome it Had these two gone partners thirty years ago they could have apportioned the State between themselves and been invincible With Joes popularity and McCreurys politi cal skill nothing could have with stood the combination It may be feared that the con test between Joe and Payntor will LCgiSIlature chosen in 1895 disgusted tho State and Kentucky will never have an other like it if shin can pofsilily avoid it Besides in 1895 William O Bradley was the Republican leader nnd the Kentucky Republicans have but one Bradley and he is on the shelf That is not all Some sixty or seventy Democrats are to be elected Coun y Clerk this year and before Novotuber every egg these fellows have will be in Joes basket Then there are Coun ty Judges Sheriffs Assessors JaiU ers Attorneys School Superintend ents und things all with us und every egg in Joes basket All hell cant beat him SAVOYARD How to go to California Travel via the Chicago Union Pacific andNorthWesternLineTv o fast through trains per day The Overland Limited electric lighted less than three days en route The California Express through service trSan Francisco Los Angeles and Portland The Best of Everything Full particulars on application to W B Kniskern P TIC N W Rr Chicago FOR SALE A spring house at my farm on Flat Creek hiss fallen down and I wish to sell the dressed rock of which it was composed 1also have for sale one und n half wagon loads of unused lumber rough und dressed and two walnut trees MISS ELLA YOUNG flu NOTICE The Fiscal Court will convene in session on Saturday April 29th 1005 when thoy will receive sealed bids from physicians to render medical attention to tho poor and indigent persons in each mngister lid district of Bath county for one year beginning on May 1st 1905 JOHN DAUGHERTY J B F C Wanted Bidsl Saturday April 22 1905 1 oclock p m at W Q Truylors store at Slate Valley wo tho trustees of Ntfytors school district No 20 will receive sealed bids for build ing the school house in said dis trict on the same site as the flurried building Bids should be made for furnishing nil materials and put ting up the structure complete and nlso for building the house the lumber to be furnished by vs Right reserved to reject uny or all bids J C GARNER Wsr NOURIS ROBERT BAILEY Telephone Franchise Sale The City Council of Owingsvillo Ky do order that the Mayor bo and is hereby directed to publish tho following notice Notice is hereby given that bids and applications will be received by the City Council ofOvingsvilleKy at a regular meeting of said Coun oil to be held at llieir regular place of meeting at 7 oclock p m on Friday April 14 1905 for a fran chise for 20 years for erecting maintaining and operating a tele phone system und exchange in time City of Owingsville Kyand the use of the streets and alleys of said city for tlmt purpose Tim right is reserved to reject any or nil bids f y f EUGENE iaIiiiiiTtflis place to get VULCAN PLOW E1 f f 1 Iheyaro the best ttiid tho cheapest for they do till best work Tiepoints always fit You get theta plain or corrugated A sUonfrltllibed Mold Hoard all purls mire lucked together no strain on tIme bolts Costs nothing to try one D irttPOur 1r1fttndmnalo e ur Ihreo of time other kind Come and see them and I will SUoyoumoucynndgive yoti Homemade goods that mre warranted A EUGENE MINIHAN OWlngsvm I i RACKET STOEEj We Have Received argUn f of Spring Goods From the East iItX v you Come in and get our prices J Isave AICurtain Stretchers 110 Paint Brushes 25 15 10cT tWire Calf Weaners 30c 8in Crosscut File So z Sprinklers 4020100 Urnnito Chambers 30I t IGraniteCurry Combs 12 10 5c 3 Cakes Buttermilk Soap 5e j Fish Lines 52 Ic Good Bleached Cotton ytl7e ILargoi Willow Baskets 30 25 20c i in Cotton Rope ft i iurWhite Wash Brushes 2515 10 5u Granite Teakettles 491 II I CASIIPA1D FOR EGGS tiTsLa HEFLIN 3 t THE p JlNE IICE CASH STORE fl Cambrics 9c Collars 6 810 2sc in f Muslin SJc Summer Vests 58100 1494 Pepperell Sheeting 21C Hose 5 9 u 14 20C Best Lonsdale Cambric IOC Corsets 25148 9oc Best Calico 4i 5c Ribbons i 5 10 25- 6CASIB OKEOOS 1J1MRS 8 ESTILL WM R PETERSj 3r BETHEL KY Dealer in Furniture AIso Undertaker Funeral Director and Embalmer Calls promptly obeyed day or night AUCTIONEER If you want time services of an auc tioneer call on me Terms reason able QEORQfe H QUDQELL Odessa KY Bath Chief Is a halfbrother to Montgomery Chief that sold for 10000 His colt took tho premium ut the Ow ingsville street fair last fall One of his yearling colts sold for 150 and 125 was refused last fall for one of his sucking lOt This horse will make present season at old Perry Goodpaster place at 10 DawsonArnoldt Trains 22 and 23 carry Dining service Meals ulncarte TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT 27 1903 TIME OP TRAINS ATPRESTONSTATIOIT Eastbound- No 26 954 a m No 22 1249 p m No 24 1005 p m Westbound No 2i 648 a m No 23 143pm No 25 344 P ni Nos 26 and 23 daily ex cept Sunday all others daily I DWe have nil kinds anti tha f I BLUE GRA- SSNurseries f 13jtL t SPRING 1905 Trees by the million fruit mind shade small fruits grape vines shrubs asparagus rhubarb and ev erything ordinarily kept at such an establishment We sell direct to the planter and immure no agents Tree nod strawberry catalogues on application to rH F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky jr a THE OUTLOOK Your home paper and A the following papers j will be sent one year to any address at price mentioned I Weekly CourierJournal and Outlook one year for 160 01 The Outlook andWeekly Commercial Gazette i year LT LiILouisville Post one yew for 385 r SS AL i A 4 VVa v OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers3 4 OWINQSVILLE KENTUCKI THE 11THING MAN His face was built on the Gothic plan And grim was the glare of the tithing imanlived In the old nodauger dayc r When the garb was bombazine and baize When the candlemold and loom ana swifts Were the handiest things for wedding Sifts In the days when people could not shirk On mute machines the hardest work But buckled down the long week through kTowhat their hands could find to do grit and grace and elbowgrease 1X Till Saturday night brought blest release Then oft to church on Sunday they rA4 Obediently pursued their way JtUAt forenoon session and afternoon the Scripture anil droned a tun Then sat them down with uncocked head To listen to what the parson said b And then was the time when they risked the ban Of the solemn and taciturn tlthlngman Oh the tlthlngman the tlthlngmanS Up at the front hed sit and scan The rugged faces for row on row Like sunflowers turned to Phoebus glow But Morpheus dally by Duty balked4 7owsought his chance while the parson S talked He poked hiM lingers In listening ears k lie stroked down eyelids and calmed the fcara Till heath drooped here and hyatt drooped there YJmlcr the parsons somber glare Most of them merely quaffed a sip Of the draft that Morpheus held Jo lip Then yanked their chins and snapped their eyes And stared around with grave surprise Hut others dipped and dipped and dipped Retching their heads And then they L slipped Over the border and under the ban Of that vigilant tyrant the tlthlngman a 4 Oh the tithingman the tlthlngman Koe to slumber Observe his plan Yon Ii a plump and worthy dame XVh1O Is tired by distaff and quilting 0 frame The wearies antI worries of six lays past i Have chased her and caught her In lastft waiting through Is the soothing whisper of Ookapf a fooo tThesmile on her face Is rapt and blest And pity It Is she may not rest r But the tithingman of callous soul l Poises deftly his lengthy pole And the end with Its tlckly rabbits fool Under her nose Is softly put 1 And 101 from the blest IxMhcan short She U back to her cares and tolls onco more But to him who sits on the other side No Huffy touch Is thus applied His tollgnarled hands on his lap arc crossed 4 Mcmrles of backbent work are lost a j And all at once his head tips back y And his note like a bugle yelps Aow ta rakkkThat sound has shocked the mentors sou- lTheres a hard round knob on that lengthy pole 9 And the luckless head receives a tunk I That brings It down from the clouds ker pe chunk 1Andeyes that were cjpsed on the things Is of earth- BeholdingF In dreams fair food for mirth Unclose alarmed in this solemn place IToblink appeal at the frosty fatL face severe In Its Gothic plan i The face of the glowering tithingman 1 Holman P Day In Youths Companion r rTDri and I By laVING BACHELLER Author of Eben Holden Carrel of the Blessed Islestte 11 a Coprttckt lWl y Lottrop PoblWiU CompmyO t CHAPTER XII CONTINUED Juu jvI hadva high notion those days of the fcuty of a soldier My father had always told me there was no greater glory anybody than that of a bravo death Somehow the feeling got to be part othne While I had little fear of death I dreaded to te shot like a felon But I should be dying for my country and that feeling seemed to light the shadows When I fell asleep after much worry it was to dream of my three countrymen who had fallen l to their faces there by the corn I awoke to find the guard in our cell- and Drl and he whispering together tHehad come with our breakfast All I want Dri was saying is n piece of iron with a sharp end half es long cs yer arm He made no answer that big sullen bulldog man who brought our food to us When he had gone Drl layover I and ben laughing under his brcaath tI His thinker a goin luk a sawmill 43 he whispered Would nt wonder of 5s It kep Mm awake nights He was ask in bout thet air tew thousand dol t lars Re they let us alone fer three days we be out o here Now you aarkmy word I s HowV I Inquired Jest a leetle Job o slidtn downhill he said Theres a big drainpipe goes a under this ceIlt the river probly He says Its bigger n a barrel 1 We saved our candle that day and L walked up and down from wall to wallfocezcrclse Our hopes were high wheriwe heard footsteps but they tell Va suddenly for as we listened we could hear the tramp of a squad of men They 1iVSSi upstairsllIndcolded where the uniforms discarded the day of our capture were waiting for us newly pressed Our bath over they dl 3reeled Us to put them on They gave IM us new hate for our own had been lost the night of the wreck covered our Meyes and led us through many doors and alleys into the open air U was s otrk I knew for as we entered a car riage I could dimly see the glow of a 4Ilantern hanging over the wheel Tho carriage went away swiftly on a level road Wo sat knee to knee with two men facing us and not a word was spoken We could hear hoofs falling the rattle of bit and rein the creak of seddleleather on each side of us V ttt We must have gone a long journey when the carriage halted They pulled cs us out roughly and let us up thre tops ad across a deep veranda A bell rang door swung open a flood of light fell on us filtering to our eyes Enterics we could feel a carpet under us and took a dozen paces or more r before they bade us halt We heard only the lowspoken order and ths soft tread of OUt feet There was a itVV dea silence when they removed our tetters and unbound our eyes We were sfandlBg in u big and sumptuous draw ingroom A company of gentlemen eat iaril In armchairs there 5 were at leastascore of them ts Round tables of old mahogany t tJoodo ar on which were glasses andcks 9f cards and wInebottles Th j young man who sat with the general and answered to your Lord I shipwaa approaching me hand ex tended pOlj to see you sit downhe said A the sape pulet languid forceful J heard before 1Itwas all very odd The guards werf iOOBefwe were apparently aa free as any of them 4 fl iihall try to make you comforta ts ble bJBsald A servant began filling z Vrow of glasses We have here wine 4Iwi and all the accessories Includ lija women I should introduce you f j h i yi f rht 4v1 II but I have not the honor of your ac quaintance Let it suffice to say these lire my friends he turned to those Ylio sal about and gentlemen these lire my enemies ho added turning to us Let us hope they may die happy And with a fighting chance I added lifting the glass without tast- Ing It- Drl sat his brows lifted his hands In his pockets his legs crossed He looked curiously from one to another Horton said his lordship as he- Rat down leaning lazily on the arm of his chair will you have them bring down the prisoners The servant left the room Some of the men were talking together In low tones i they were mostly goodlook ing and well dressed Gentlemen sall his lordship ris ing suddenly Im going to turn you out of hero for a moment theyre a shy lot Wont you go into the library They all arose and went out of a door save 0110 a bald man of middle age half tipsy who begged of his Ludshlp the privilege of remaining Sir Charles said the young man still lounging In his chair as he spoke In tlftt cold calm tone of his you annoy me Go at once and he went They covered our faces with nap kins of white linen Then we heard heavy steps the clink of scabbards on a stairway the feet of ladles find the swish of their gowns With a quick movement our faces wore uncovered JUMP IT WHISPEIUCD AND TUB HAKE HONES OF TIm DEAD FIX GEUS STIRRED IMPATIENTLY I rose to my feet for there before me stood Loulson and the Baroness do Ferre between to guards and be behind them Louise her eyes covered her beautiful head bent low I could see that she was crying Tho truth came to me In a flash of thought They had been taken after we left they were prisoners brought here to identify us Alike quickness of perception had ap parently come to all We four stood looking at one another with no sign of recognition My face may have shown the surprise and horror in me but shortly I recovered my stony calm The ladles were dressed finely with the taste and care I had so much admired Louison turned away from me with a splendid dignity and stood looking up at the wall her hands behind her a toe of one shoe tapping the floor Impatiently It was a picture to remember a lifetime I could feel my pulse quicken as I looked upon her The baroness stood soberfaced her eyes looking down her fan moving slowly His lordship rose and came to Lou ise Come now my pretty prisoner it Is disagreeable but you must forgive me he said She turned away from him drying her eyes Then presently their beauty shone upon me Grace au clel she exclaimed a great joy in her eyes and voice It is Msleur Bell Sisterbaronessit is Maleur Bell I advanced to meet her and took her hand kissing it reverently She covered her face her hand upon my shoul der and wept in silence If it meant my death I should die thanking God I knew or thought I knew that she loved me Ah yes it is Msleur Bell poor fellow said Louison coming quickly- to me And you my dear you are Mamselle Louise She spoke quickly in French as if quite out of patience with the poor diplomacy of her sister I knew it was you for I saw the emerald on your finger she added turning to me but I could not tell herI am glad I am delighted that she spoke to me I said I desired to save the fair girl whose heart was ever as a childs any sorrow for what she had done I was about to speak myself- It is so great a pleasure to see you all I could not longer endure silence They made us prisoners they bring ys here Oh msleur it Is terrible said the baroness And he is such a horriblelooking monkey said Loulson Do they treat you well I asked We have a big room and enough to cat It is not a bad prison but it Is one terrible plase said the baron ess There is a big wall we cannot go beyond 1L And that hairy thing Ho is In love with Louise He swears ho will never let us go said Louison in a whisper as she came close to me un less she will marry him Ah a teaparty said his lordship coming toward us Pardon the in terruption I have promised to return these men at nine It is now 10 minutes of the hour Ladies I wish bou all a very good night He bowed politely They pressed my bands leaving me with such anxi ety In their faces that I felt it more than my own peril Loulson gave a tender look out of her fins eyes ana the thought of it was a light to mj soul in many an hour of darkness She had seemed so cool so nonchalant I was surprised to feel the tremor In her nerves I knew not words to say when Louise took my hind Forgive me goodby said she It was a faint whisper out of trem bling lips It was lighted with troublE and a nobler beauty than I had evei seen It was full of tenderness and pity and things I could not understand Have courage I called as they went away I was never in such a fierce tcmyei as when after they had gone above stairs I could hear one of them weep lug Drl stood quietly beside me hit arms folded Whut ye goin V dew with them all women 7 he asked turning to thi young man I beg you will give me time to consider said his lordship calmly ai he lighted a cigarette There was a quick move in the hil tower of bone and muscle beside me I laid hold of Dris elbow and badi him stop or I fear his lordship I r1 L zrr drawingroom his lordship and out selves would presently have had SOIM need of repair Four guards who seemed to be waiting in the hall en tered hurriedly the shackles In hand No haste said his lordship moro pleasantly than ever Stand by and wait my orders D ye wan t know whut I think o you said Dri looking down at him his eyes opening wide his brow wrinkling Into long furrows I make a condition said his lord ship do not flatter me- Yer jest n lowlived mlslile wutli less pup1 said Drl Away with them said his lord ship flicking the ashes off a cigar ette as he rose and walked hurriedly out of the room CHAPTER XIII The waiting guards laid hold of us in a twinkling and other came crowd ing the doors They shftkled our hands behind us and covered our eyes again Dark misgivings of fllmt was to come filled me but I bore nU in si lence They shoved us roughly out of doors and there I could tell they were up to no childs play A loud Jeer hurst from the mouths of many at we camo staggering out I could hear the voices of a crowd They hurried us into a carriage We demand the prisoners a man shouted near me Then I could her them scuttling with the guards who I doubt not wero doing their best to hold them back In a moment I knew time mob had possession of us and the soldiers were being hustled away Dri sat shoulder to shoulder with me I could feel his muscles tighten I could hear the cracking of his joints and grinding of tho shacklechain Judas Prr1esthe grunted straining at the Iron Two men leaped Into the carriage There was a crack of tho whip and the horses went off bound ing We could hear horsemen all about us and wagons following I had a stout heart in me those days but In all my life I had never taken n rldo so little to my liking We went over rough roads up bill and down for an hour or more- I could see in prospect no better des tination than our graves anti Indeed I was not far wrong Well by and by we ame to a town somewhereGod knows where I have never seen it or known the name of it or even that of the prison where we were first inmured I could tell it was a town by the rumble of the wheels and each echoing hoofbeat The cavalcade was all about us and now and then we could hear the sound of voices far behind The procession slowed up horsemen jammed to the left of us the carriage halted I could hear footsteps on a stone pavement You re late said a low voice at the carriage door Its near eleven Lot o fooling with the candidates said one of the horsemen quietly verything ready Everything ready was the answer The carriage door swung open We get out here said one of the men who sat with us I alighted On each side of me somebody put his hand on my shoulder I could see the glow of a lanternlight close to my face I knew there wan a crowd of men around but I could hear nothing save now and then a whisperWall Ray said Drl who stood by my side hot stlddy n dont be scalrtDo as they tell ye a stranger whis pere in my ear No matter what t Is dias they tell ye They led us into a long passage and up a steep flight of wooden stairs I have learned since then it was a build ing equipped by a wellknown secret society for its initiations Wo went on through a narrow hall and up a winding flight that seemed to me interminable Above it as we stopped the man who was leading ma rapped thrice on a rattling wooden door It broke the silence with a loud echoing noise I could hear then tho sliding of a panel and a faint whisper- Ing and the sound of many feet as cendlng the stalin below The door swung open presently and we were led in where I could see no sign of any light They took me alone across a wide bare floor where they set mo down on some sort of platform and left me as I thought Then I could hear the whispered challenge at the door and one after another entering and crossing the bare floor on tiptoe Hundreds were coming in it seemed to me Suddenly a deep silence fell in that dark place of evil The blind fold wont whisking off as if a ghostly hand had taken it But all around me was the darkness of a pit I could see and I could hear nothing but a faint whisper high above me like that of pine boughs moving softly in a light breeze I could feel the air upon my face I thought I must have moved out of door by magic It seemed as it I was sitting under the trees alone Out of the black silence an icy hand fell suddenly upon my brow I flinched feeling it move slowly downward over my shoulder I could hear no breath ing no rustle of garments near me In the dead silence I got a feeling that the hand touching me had no body behind it I was beyond the reach o- tearI was in a way prepared for anything but the deep heartshaking horror that sanTo under the cold damp touch of those fingers They laid hold of my elbow firmly lifting as if to indicate that I was to rise I did so moving forward passively as it drew me on To my astonishment I waq unable to hear my own footfall or that of my conductor I thought we were walking upon soft earth Crossing our path in front of me I could see in the darkness a gleaming line We moved slowly standing still as our toes covered it Then suddenly a light flashed from before and beloW us A cold sweat came out upon me I staggered back to strong hands that were laid upon my shoulders forcing me to the line again By that flash of light I could see that I was standing on abyssIndeedof it The light came again flicker ing and then settling into a steady glow The opening seemed to have a grassy bottom some 10 feet below In front of me the soil bristled on that lower level with some black and pointed plant there were at least a score of them As I looked I saw they were not plants but a square of bay groundAand then a dozen voices mocked It AItaco covered was leaning ovei mer whisperedCourage Then a skeleton hand came out of atIThefigure bl0bonespatiently To Be Continued Y Cf ITHE GLORIOUS OF DEATH SERMON STORY by Highway and Byway Preacher fthe A Vision Between the line of Gods Inspired Word t CorjMlttit IWSW J II Ethan Scriptmc Authority The graves wore opened anti many liodlcs of the saints which slept nrce unil came out of Urn graves alter Ills resurrection and went Into tin holy eity and appeared tin nmanyMatt 1731 53 T WAS afternoon on that first Easter day Timt sun as though In sym pathy with tho new joy which li ad como to the earth was shining forth in his strength The notes of the birds were gladder anti the fragrance and beauty of foil age and lIower was never more rich or full All nature as though conscious of that which had come to pass seemed eager to otter her tribute to the risen Lord On the rod over which Jesus had ridden so triumphantly but one week be rare a woman is seen hurrying So tent is she on reaching the village just ahead of her that her feet fairly fly over the road Her face is lit up by a won drous glow reflecting the joy and ec stacy which thrills within her heart It is Mary the sister of Martha and Laza rus she who loved to sit at Jesus feet That morning she had been with the women who had sought time tomb of their jrucified Lord as the dawn was breaking and bad been a sharer in all that wonderful experience About noon she had withdrawn from the rest and sought seclusion on the house top As she sat In deep study and tried to realize and understand all that had came to pass she naw a fair young woman advancing towards her with outstretched arms Kuth exclaimed Mary as soon as she could speak I was but just think ing ofyou Many In our company this morning have thrilled us with the won derful stories of meeting friends and loved ones who had tiled It is but the beautiful coloring to the glorious pic ture of Christs resurrection and I have been wondering if it was your blessed privilege to be among the number Yes dear Mary Jesus has called me to be among the company which should share In His resurrection glory and as Ruth spoke her face shone with a celes tial light and holy joy You remember how we met Jesus at the passover feast at Jerusalem at the beginning of His ministry and the joy and peace which came to our hearts as we received Him We had always been dear and olose friends before but how the new hope that thrilled us drew us inter closer bonds of sympathy and fellowship You remember how we longed to be near Jesus that we might receive of His teachings and of the bitter oppo sition which met me at home With you it was not so difficult for your sister Martha and brother Lazarus were of an open mind and willing to receive the truth When sickness came and Jesus away off in GalileeI never saw Him but once you recallI felt I could not die I wanted to be with Him I wanted to know Him better I was not afraid of death for when I came to know Jesus that fear and dread was all taken away but I did so want to live to know Him better But oh Mary I did not know then that the dark gateway of death was to usher me into such larger privilege and blessing And now this has come to pass that I have part in the resurrection with my Lord How sweet and perfect Is Gods will Ruth your parents have been bitter in their sorrow and have felt rebellious against God Greater opposition to Jesus than ever before marked their conduct after your death and they have steadfastly refused to see Him or bear Him speak on His many visits to Beth any and our home explained Mary for the unbelief of the parents of her dear est friend had bees onf of the bitterest griefs which she had been forced to endure and her thoughts had been of them much of the morning Yea I know all this sweetly replied Ruth but God hath graciously permit ted me a revelation of His wonderful grace and mother and father will yet be numbered among Jesus disciples Ohhow I have prayed and hoped that it might be so exclaimed Mary When Lazarus died they were so kind in their ministry to sister and me and our hearts were brought closer together in a com mon sympathy but when Jesus came and brought our brother back from ths dead greater bitterness seemed to surge In upon them and they have said over and over again It Jesus could restore the dead why did He let them suffer sol Why did lIe not give back to them their darling and the one who had pro fessed faith In Him Oh if they could only know and understand And they will responded Ruth confidently and giving her friend a parting embrace she vanished from sightIn Bethany that morning strange things had happened too The mother had been down to Ruths tomb as was often her custom to weep and had re turned in great distress of mind and terror of heart Tho stone had been thrust aside from the caverns mouth and the place where more than two years before they had laid the precious form of their darling was empty What could It mean Who could have so desecrated the sacred spot And thus it came to pass that as Mary came rushing In with her wonderful message she found the parents and wishbors in excited conference Peace dear friends for I bring you glad message Jesus Who as you know was cruelly crucified three days ago has risen from the tomb where lie was laid after His death and has appeared unto a company of us women this moo Ing I have seen Him I have heard Him apeak How clear and sweet and strong her voice rang out and thrilled all present That she had semi a vision and that a a new hope surged within her own heart none present would doubt as they beheld her shining face And more dear friends and as sha poke she drew near Ruths father and Under Disappointment We need not understand In order to believe When the bitter disappoint ment comes unexpected unaccountable unnecessary from nil our human knowledge and just at a time when all had been well and God had been very near we need not try to understand why it came before we can believe that it was well that it should come I could not trust a God whom I could under stand said a fUanch Christian general and statesman In loving conversation with a friend about their common L L1 tV 11 t r mother and laid her hand lovingly upon the arm of time latter many of the saints have risen with Him anti have been seen of many In Jerusalem As she spoko these words tIme father and n her started as If struck and stared at her with eyes In which could be men conflicting fear and dawning hope In a half whisper the mother gasped Her tomb is empty- A new light broke In upon Mary as she took In the situation and she bent down and spoke In low and tender voice lot ncr message now was for the parents It should be their sacred privllega to hear tho Joyful news first And I have seen her And so shall you Only believe If Ruth were alive tho parents must sco her They did not think of her In her resurrected glory but only as their treasure whom they wanted back in their home again Their desiro centered In the girl who had been the Idol of their hearts antI they had no thought for the Christ through Whose power she had risen But It is only tho heart of faith which is granted the vision of Heavenly things and day after tiny as time parents haunted the places where Jesus anJ the others haul appeared to the bcllovlng disciples they were broken and crushed by disappointment They kept eager vigil on the housetop where Mary had met and talked with Ruth They went out to tho empty tomb where Jesus had lain but no Ruth could they find no answer came to the cry of their hearts They were being broken that Jesus might heal them Such discipline la hartl but tile blessing which follows ii rich and full Thus the days dragged on They companied with the disciples frequently and Mary In gentle loving ministry tried to turn their thoughts toward Jesus When the disciples and others left to go Into Galilee to meet Jesus as lie commanded thsm to do they lingered behind What days of waiting anti struggle those were How rebellious their hearts Surely Ruth who loved us so dearly will conic to us the mother es claimed one evening She had repeat ed that thought and hope of her heart over and over again since the resur rectlon day and they had found sym pathetic response in the heart of the fatherYes but suppose she does not questioned the father II she Is with Jesus ought we not to be glad he asked half hesitatingly hat fearfully for he had not dared before to sug gest the possibility of such a thing for both he and his wife had expected that the first one to greet them when they came to Jerusalem would be their rtatiRhfer How blind is the human heart how slow to believe A flood of tears and violent sobs was the response which startled and fright cacti him Here was a new and unex peeled display of emotion As tho sobs subsided In broken voice she said Oh husband I fear our love has been so unworthy of her We have let our affection for our dear Ruth so fill our heal Is as to blind us to God and makfi us indifferent to Ills claims upon us- And If this Christ is Gods Son ought wo not to receive Him as wo refused to do so long ago to the great grief of our daughter spoke up the father with a sigh as though the ex pression of the thought took a great burden from his heart I see It now I see It now broke out the other How could we see our Ruth when wo were refusing to see er Christ Oh how wicked and blind our hearts have been Can God for Jive us In this state of heart and mind tho disciples found them on their return tb Jerusalem They came with glow- Ing stories of Jesus appearance to them and with a new nd subdued spirit the parents listened eagerly aIl asked many questions about Jesus A new and blessed light was breaking In upon their hearts and Jesus was tho center of it all At last the day when Jesus was to be received up into glory dawned The followers of Jesus were gathered together and while they walled Jesus came into their midst and held sweet and blessed communion with them It was the first vision of the Christ which the parents of Ruth hail had since long before when they had seen Him in Bethany at the tomb of Laz arm Then their unbelief shut Him out now their subdued and broken hearts opened full and wide to receive Him How they enjoyed that walk with Him in company with the other disciples out from the city over tho pathway which led by Gethsemano and down the sloping side of Mount Olivet towards Bethany So absorbed were they In the mes sage of Jesus so wrapped in contem plation of the wonderful things He was saying that they did not notice the shining figure which walked by their side Jesus last commission had been given As He lifted up Ills hands and blessed that little company of believers they bowed their heads In reverent worship and then lifting them they saw Jesus slowly antI majestically rising from the earth while a cloud was seen to descend from the heavens to meet him At that moment a gentle touch was felt upon the arm by the parents and as they turned the words Mother Father fell upon their cars and before them stood the radiant presence of their daughter Ruth The vision of that moment oh how precious How sweet to have Jesus give them thus the token of His love and blessing Those words that vi sion that loving touch how it remained as a sweet and holy memory during all the remaining days of their earthly pilgrimage The heart may catch in an Instant a vision that will never fade it may hear Just a word the message of which will unfold with the years It may feel a touch which will sanctify throughout eternity And so it was that day But a brief moment and Ruth was gone with her Lord into glory And witii beaming faces mother and father lifted their eyes to their Lord and Christ as the cloud received Him out of their sight and exclaimed simply but fervidly We thank Thee Lord Jesus for Thyself and for what Thou hast done for us- Saviour God is no farther away when the disappointment strikes He wants to be nearer because of our greater need of Him then The sorrow Is rich with blessing if we will let it be so What a privitege to believe in the 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MA5s JIH heat outS Tastta andFor all and cl the and not remedy rttOerent train else and tloea the diseases for which Intended Other nwdicinem may have failed yenyou nave iriSh right Kuro best Tonic fiend and Nerve the world for men women and children To your I 200 eont by Moll helps send SlOO doe not benefit you IT YOU You make pout and Incur Hill out the couien and write today Why suffer any have your family suffer when the disease can P cured Advice FREE Dr C ml otter zood aieo Ctnada Certain Cure for Hea ach04Htomach Teethl rdei and TJatroy i i FOR fAILs l fcs f1 Situp Good Pse intImetiOI4 hydrneslzju t ieckskuro WeaknssPtm Rheumatism NervouS and General ScUtie JS Diseases Blood Skin Scrofula Eczema Catarrh of Any Organ toss Misuse Heart Nervous Troubles Pishacks lIre BuildinjfCincinnatt Bank8lefEiP WOMEN Is a common anything not aHJn It la rae one Pushcck1 is introduce it In will send VON Piishccks Kura on TABLETS If it me If It COSTS NOTHING no de no liability me longer or anyone in be VVAU Is PUSHECK- IO2 Washington St CJHCAOOILL is in Coupon MOTHER GRAYS SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN A Feverlshnut t Conillputlon ni OtMSTED leaoyNY PISOS CURE TTTJM7rTni 4 GONSUMPTHON 5V ANKU for and Exhaustion Debility Neupigl Lumbago impurities pIseaBes ol Appetite Indigestion Uliradlcally Medlcineln community Trial ctum indiv ra ta I Xjt ncwr 4 piniMckt Kurc vilmhIt a lair Trial ya jaa qScr r CuvPaIis0 Nun Dime 0IiHt HtTfB Katt5hPapr K Nn itt ttme Is sot is paid fir antis it iau52s For Sale by best Druggists Every where SlOO 1J t MFES LOWEBOBDEBS x A large tuttle provides eight rounds of tortoiseshell j4 remarkalJlykeenThe crocodile usually lakes sec 1tt onds In whfih to turn completely round The horn of the rhinoceros Is not at tached to rny bone of the head but grows on the skin Silkworms fed on different leaves pro duce silks of varied colors thus a diet of vine leaves produces a bright reds t Jiand lettuce an emerald green r Rabbits have white tails so that the young may easily follow their mother sP In case of pursuit The natural color theIearth that this would otherwise be Im possible 4 WORTH REMEMBERING There are three entirely different kinds of ingredients used in making iI4 the three different varieties of baking powders on the market viz 1 Mln tW cralAcId or Alum 2 BonoAcid or Phosphate and 3 Cream of Tartar made from grapes It Is important cy from the standpoint of health to know something about these ingredients and which kind is used in your baking powder 1 Jnr mI4rf or Alum is made from a kind of clay This is mixed with 1dilutcit oil of vitriol and from thisS solution a product is obtained which is alum Alum is cheap costs about two cents a pound and baking powder made with this MineralAcid sclisfrom a 10 to 25c a pound 2 tfonotriif or Phosphate Is the basis of phosphate baking powders t and the process is fully described in the patents issued to a large manufacturer of a phosphate powder The U S Patent Office Report gives a full and exact description but the follow enoughat being ground are put into frostily diluted oil of4 I vitriol and with continual stirring and in the following proportion t etc t From this BoneAcid phosphate bak powders are made such powders f44sell from ifl to 30 cents a pound 1 Cream fir Tartar exists in all ripe grapes and flows with tho juice Iron c the press in tho manufacture of wine After the wine is drawn off the tartar is scraped from the cask boiled with 4 water and crystals of Cream of Tar tar white and very pure separate and 4 are collected It differs in no respect 4I from the form in which It originally 4texistedIn the grape Cream of Tar tar then while the most expensive is the only Ingredient that should be used in a baking powder to act upon tho soda as its wholesomeness is beyond ij question Cream of Tartar baking 3lri powders sell at about 40 to 50 cents a 1 pound ij Such are the facts and every one 4 careful of tho health of the family should remember this rule Baking 4 4 powders selling from 10 to 25 cents a pound are made of JIIncralAcIds those selling from 20 to 30 cents of BoneAcid and those from 40 to 50 cents of Cream of Tartar made frome grapes NewspapersFrom Dircc tory for 1905 ve ascertain that there are now published In the United King dora 2461 newspapers distributed as follows England 1881 Wales 111 Scotland 261 Ireland Of thwtb rj art 4jjjyflapqri L published In England seven in Wales 18 In Scotland 18 in Ireland and four in the British Isles In the year 1846 there verr published In the United Kingdom 551 journals of these 14 were Issued daily 12 in England and two In Ireland Loudon Globe i r The Present Rate Law 7 I r duties of the present Interstate Commerce Commission are to correct all discriminations In railroad rates If it finds that an unjust rate Is In ef feet the railroad is notified If It de 4 Adinesto change It the Commission b can bring suit In Court and if the Court decides in favor of the Commis sioners finding the railroad must obey t or IJs officers raaybe brought up for i i contempt of cpurt and summarily dealt with I S A Hint Energy wild the young man who had Leon calllnsteadily for about a tz year energy and promptitude those nowadaysSyoung lady with meaning Just look at young Mr Wilson lie met Jlss Anderson only two months ago and he Is engaged to her already TitBits Dyspepsiajrf Women ABSOLUTELY NEEDLESS AGONY Canted by Uterine Disorders and Cured by Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable Compound nformdoes not seem toyicld to treat 4meat VIiIlothesymptornsseemtob C b1 similar to those of f tionjot the mcdicincsuniversallyprc L4 patients WrightY ii rt Mrs Pinhamel1lms that there is a kind is caused by a r derangement of the female organism 1 1 and which while it causes a disturb s j i t tanco similar to ordinary indigestion cann t ber without medicine twhichnot only acts as a stomach tonii but has peculiar uterinetonic r also atfWright Brooklyn N Y who was p t completely cured by Lydia E rink ryr1 twoymrsl suffered wfthd In whIchsodegenratedniyenUreystcmtha1 1 f J fi wasnnablotoatteaiutomyilally duties 1 nervous that lat i jjjp tutechoodandltcausedadbturbiincclnmy hv but notbing seemed to help me I was cures ad fl vised togivo Lydia E PJnldmms Vegetable l u1Jlricedtf fewda toenjoy and properlydlgtSt Inttmmendedlt toinanyanfTrIngwomen No other in the world has received such widespread and unquali 01JJ1 i T 12 liukhiirn6 Vegetable Compound fL 4 lc ij 1 t 1 l1 1tJfr if t9il 1 t rfri l 1 JV rl 1 1 c lOt 442 r c 7o rfl + rfdr t5u tJ t il1l trJ viMMARY IMPORTANT NEWS Interesting Happenings That Oc curved During the Past Few Days ACTION OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS Exciting Events in the United States and Foreign Countries Condensed For the Busy ReaderCrimesfeand elngon his trip to the southwest and till west The Confederate veterans anl ciofIs the male matthe train stoppedePresident Roosevelt received a warm welcome in the places his train stop islriefAfter an eventful trip across a largi portion of Texas President Roosevelt arrived in San Antonio When the yeclnl Jrajn bearing tho president reached the station he was greeted with cheers from thousands of throats and the lusty hurrahs ot his old comrades In arms the famous Rough Riders of the SpanishAmerican war who are holding their annual reunion With the city covered with patriotic emblems a display of flags of nil sizes likenesses of the president in many windows anti the streets and plazas followed with cheering throngs of people Theodore Roosevelt could not mistake the hearty welcome accorded him In San Antonio Tex Enormous crowds of people greeted him along the route of the procession from Fort Sam Houston to Alamo pin Zn where an address of welcome was delivered anti a response made nColoradowill hunt arc reported to be sullen and ugly because of the efforts of tho game vrsrdens to drive them back to the Unitah reservation An announcement which has been made regarding the movements of the armies in Manchuria says that on April 2 the Russians sent a force southward Ching Heatun was bombarded and advance made against both Japanese flanks The Russians were repulsed the mcxt day By a collision of military trains west of Harbin eight soldiers were killed and 26 men wounded The accident was due to the engine crew who were worn out with exhaustive hours of con tinuous work falling asleep and run ning past signals The Japanese are making every cf fort to prevent the appearance of dis case during the warm weather Thou sands of soldiers and Chinese are en isgagedItyThe Sarticledent Roosevelt at mediation and says that peace at the present time is Ira possible r Thff committee of Congregational clergymen who are protesting against the acceptance by the American board of commissioners for missions tof000 will have to conduct their bsatlemittee of tho American board Thirtyseven bodies of miners who lost their lives in the gas explosion at the mine of Joseph Leiter at Zeigler Ill have been recovered and U Is suitposed several more are in the After damp due to an explosion of blasting powder set off by persons as ayetminers at Joseph Letters coat mine Zelsler according to the verdict of a coroners jury Sasoneff the assassin of M Plehvc the Russian minister of the interior who was killed by a bomb last Miastress of St Peter and St Paul The house In which Theodore Roose volt was born at No 28 East 20th street New York Js about to be sold Leo P GloscI president of the Roose yelt Homo club has undertaken to or ganlze a protective association to pur chase tbe property AFrench group is engineering the project of connecting the railroad system of Russia and America by means of a railroad and tunnel under Behr ing straitiA Colorado Springs Col to have the remains of Lieut Zebulon Montgomery Pike discoverer of Pikes Peak re moved to Colorado and either rclntcr red in Colorado Springs or on the sum mil of tho great eminence which bears his name Thomas W Lawson of Boston will address the Chautauqua Ottawa Kan this summer taking as his theme the Standard Oil Co Mayor Rolla Wells has selected as sponsor for tho new cruiser St Louis Miss Gladys Bryant Smith whose fa her James E Smith Is vice presi dent of the Business Mens League The Pennsylvania senate unanimously passed the Pittsburgh bill providing for the r consolidation of Pitts burg and Allegheny It now goes to the governor Spotted fever has been raging forI several months in epidemic form nI Silesia In the region around Oppeln about 1200 cases have been reported of which fully onehalf resulted In deathBids were opened at the ordnance bureau of the navy department for 86 threeInch guns and mounts The lowest bid for gun and mount com pictc was that of the American and British Manufacturing Co at 4333 United States Senator Orville H Platt of Connecticut is ill at his sum residence in Washington suffer ng from an attack of bronchial pneu monla Four hundred men who have been on strike In the sheet mill of the In l handhave returned to work under opeii shop rules Under the law of the last congress creating the office of chief engineer ofI the Indian Irrigation service the see relary of the interior has designated Inspector W H Code for tho position Operations at the South Kearsarg and North Kearsarge branches fthe Osccola Consolidated mines Calumet Mich were suspended by a strike 0z miners and trammers for Increased pay Nearly 2000 men are idle At Bridgeport Ct in a terrific ex plosion that blew to pieces one of the brick buildings of the Union Metallic Cartridge Co three men were Instan ly killed j1 711 1J 1i r 1 J T i S3 B P- IIt Mrs Ama Valentine who was con of the murder of Rosa Salza at N J a year ago was sentenced to he hanged May 12 Judge Ed card F Dunne dew was elected mayjr of Chicago over John M Hnrlan by a plurality of 24248 As a direct result the city Is offIcially inmittetlto the policy of the quick est possible cessation of private fran chises for public utilities In an Interview Mayorelect E F uane of Chicago said In my judg ont In the second year of my term will have real municipal ownership Chicago If It can not he lone by far and just bargaining we will bo compelled to resort to the courts for condemnation proceedings Judge John A Talty rep candidate r mayor of St Louis who was de ated on the unofficial count In the election by a plurality of 1425 announces that he will contest the re ection of Mayor Wells The government has called upon the government of France Great Britain and Germany each to recommend a vil engineer to serve on the consult g board of engineers for the Pana a canalaMrs Cassie U Chadwick was grant d a stay of execution In the United States circuit court of appeals Under this decision her term of Imprisonment ritier her sentence will not begin un l the court shall have finally passed upon her case Mrs Mary Grant Cramer sister of Io liwfound dead in bed at the home of her sister Mrs Virginia Grant Corbin in East Orange N J At Dharmsala Station 85 miles northwest of Simla India which was destroyed by an earthquake all the h bousesthe ground and some Europeans anti many natives killed Four hundred and seventy men of Gurkha regiments were buried alive us a result of the earthquake at the hill station of Dharmsaln India Fifty thousand lives and property of unknown value have been sacrificed to the great earthquake shock which has swept across the Punjab India Germany has outlined to the United States in clear anti emphatic terms the osition claimed by the Berlin govern ient In Morocco Germany stands for the open door In Morocco no less firmly than in the far east for the reservation of the Moroccan status quo and for the safeguarding and protection of the commercial and trade Interests In Morocco not only of Germany but to all of the trading nation of the worldqThe arrival of King Edward in Paris w wasfe station of AngloFrench cordiality which is being generally interpreted as a conspicuous response to Ger manys attitude regarding Morocco Germany failed in attempts to Induce Spain Italy and the United States to adopt her Moroccan views On the contrary all the powers as Eiired France of their good wishes to ward the French policy in Morocco Mrs Jane Lathrop Stanford left ai estate valued at 7000000 Accord- Ing to Mrs Stanfords will 3125000 to go for legacies and bequests This leave t whanuniversity c Uentlyman bondholders and thQ Venezuelan g s dchememers calms impracticabletAlfred Noble o a fblyoard of engineers of the Panama canal Moorficld Storcy of Boston has been elected president of the NebEngland AntiImperialist League e vacancy caused by the death of he late George S Boutwell Justice John M Harlan of the United States supreme court has started movement in support of the establishment In Washington of a Presby terian cathedral 1Sufferingdue it is said to the death of her fa ther coupled with an extraordinary passion for music Miss Mary E unce 21 threw herself In front of a f IIreightfn by Deputy Rabicr tend to show the existence ota plot against the French republic M Ra bier recently received letters warn- Ing him that a number of determined men were planning a surprise move mentThe annual parade of the Horse Guards was chiefly notable by the absence of Emperor Nicholas and the imperial family The Horse Guards s the emperors own regiment and never before has he failed to attend its annual parade In consequence of the appearance of a fleet in the Straits of Malacca the Chinese squadron is preparing to put to federal grand jury at Portland Ore indicted 15 wellknown men of Oregon and Washington for lard frauds Among them is a state senator Further tests are to be conducted on torpedo boats at Newport with solid petroleum fuel when coal will be add wbatIThe central committee of tho social revolutionary party has drawn up a document containing tho main points In its program for the establishment of a democratic republic on the ruins of the autocracy In Russia Kid McCoy was matched to fight Philadelphia Jack OBrien The cot test will take place about the middle of May In Baltimore The will of Adrian Iselln the bank er which disposes of an estate estimated In value at between 15 and 30 million dollars was proved before Surrogate Sllkman of West Chester county New York By a vote of 76 to 40 the Wisconsin assembly concurred in the senate amendment for the anticigarette bill providing that onehalf of the fine Im posed for any violation shall go to the complaining witness The Alabama railway commission as decided to go into a general revision of all freight tariffs in Ala bama Glenn Lourbourrow aged 27 cashier f the First National bank of Mt Sterling 0 committed suicide by shoot Ins himself through the head at Wel lington Han Thos Montgomery 75 president of the American Insurance Co died sud d enly at h1iombl Philadelphia He was netrlha bcstknown fire insur ance men In the country- A project Is being considered with favor for u sifting out of the claims of nil nations against Domlnico by an in teruatloua commission whose judg went m t i tie real merits of the claims shall be lluaL tI Z5 J 0 l = 3 The coroners jury which Investigating the Virginia personsP ter in Alabama In which 111 lost their lives returned a verdict which charges four mine operators w TMemberswhich Is investigating the beef trust were placed In possession of Inside information by Myron C Baker au ditor of the Boston elevated railroad and for two years private secretary to Edward C Swift vice president o Swllt Co- Chicago Is again in the throes of a battle between capital anti labor unions As on former occasions the unions have resorted to the use of the union teamsters to bring them vie tory in the struggle which promises to spread to many branches of the teaming Industries of the city It Is rumprcd that Senator Iohn C Spooner Is to be made secretary of state in event of Secretary Hays re tirement and there Is talk already of the election of a successor to the sen atorThe failures In the United States for the week ending April 6 number 170 227 last week 201 In the like week In 1P04 153 In 11103 and 182 In 1302 Failures in the Dominion 0f Canada for the first quarter of 1905 umber 37S FlwardtV Mitchell 70 at one time a leading figure on the Chicago Board of Trade organizer of a corner In wheat in 18GS anJ once worth mil ons is dead at the county hospital a pauper C lialiene c dauseand grabbing his mothers hauin dab ed his sister to leatlitlSixteen thousand babies were lcrll in New York In the last four months Figures compiled by the bureau of vital statistics show that Fifth avenue hits the lowest birth rate of any sect In the citysJerry Hard Joseph Dyers anti Get Wagner employed as cattle fccdorb at the American distillery Pckin III w Fereworking on top of a tank of hot distillery feet when the board broke The United States battleship Ohio C apt Logan arrived at Honolulu seen lays from San Francisco She Is en route to the Asiatic station where she Is expected to remain ior about three years Near Chatham Va Mrs Nannie B owe accidentally gave her 12year old daughter strychnine instead ol uinine and the girt is dead Her ten ye aroM son was given a like dose and as made desperately ill The woman after learning her mistake shot her selfEugene Harris 15 was hit In the back of the head by a batted ball dur l 5agg samea sntilug dislocated sJohnjirer was killed at the post office at Trinidad Col by Joseph P Johnson a local politician Johnson shot frox In the back of the head while the lat t arent of county funds by another man cau cd the tragedy The American Baptist Missionary nion has received from John D Rock a contrloution of 100000 and has accepted and acknowledged th onation For several years Mr Rockefeller has made an annual girl o the union and the contribution just acknowledged represents Mr Rocke annual offering The battleship Minnesota was SIC cessfully launched at the plant of the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry eck Co The vessel was christened y illss Rose Marie Schaller daughter of State Senator Schaller of Hast- Ings MinnaWhile tamping powder in a blast at the Ardway limestone quarry near Allisonla Va the blast was accidentally discharged Eight men were Instantly killed and two probably lath ly hurt Cumberland Presbyterian headquarters received advices that Presbyteries at Tulare Cal and Bonham Tex have voted In favor of union with the Presbyterian church Hyrum Mack Smith son of Pros dent Smith and youngest of the Mar won apostles in a sermon at the con f Iterenceis the friend of the Mormons The third committee of the fortlfica t oionM Thomas U S N is chairman in the forthcoming report emphasis will be placed on the advantage of substi tuting submarine boats for submarine mines in harbors defenses The cerebrospinal meningitis epi demic in New York and Chicago car be controlled by the simple aid of colIdsair breathed into the lungs says Dr W J McCrann one of the leading physicians of Nebraska Dr J H Hollander who has been selected by President Roosevelt to ii vestigate the fiscal conditions of Ui republic of Santo Domingo will sail shortly for San Domingo on board the cruiser Chattanooga The gross value of the estate of Andrew H Green the father of Greater New York who was shot and killed by a negro has been placed by tho ap i raisers at 1756328 The tapeworm is the natural enemy of the germ of consumption and the latter can not exist when the other Is present says Consul Canada at Vera Cruz Mex In a report just re ceived at the state department George Ross chief post office super- Intendent of Canada and Win Smith secretary of the Canadian post office department are in Washington Inves tigating rural free delivery The executive board of the Bureau of American Republics elected Wm C Fox tho chief clerk of the bu r rentsRockhlll appointed minister to Chin aaRussia has been Informed by the United States that so far as the An erlcan minister at Peking Mr Conger has been able to find the report ed antiforeign movements in China are not unusual in extent or character The most expensive and luxurious private car ever constructed is now being built at the Chicago works of the Pullman Co for WK Vanderbilt which will cost him 50000 Gov Mickey signed the bill provid ing for biennial elections and the one prohibiting the manufacture and sale of cigarettes and cigarette paper in Nebraska At Batesvillc Ark John Dow colored killed his wife and her parentsI anti a negress Before ho iiatherialawously wounded Elections were held In the larger cities of Kansas The democrats car ned Kansas City Kan and Leaven worth this being a revolution and en liiflly unlocked for In each case Topeka elected the republican ticket 1 4f I UBLIG TRIp ENDED he President Leaves For the Hunting Grounds In oftheed States Government Has Been Temporarily Established In a Fort Worth Hotel Fort Worth Tex April 10ln a suite of rooms on the parlor floor of Ihe Hotel Worth in this city the seat of the United States government has been temporarily established The of ficlal mail Intended for the eyes of President Roosevelt Is directed to this apartment and In the absence of tho president who Is hunting coyotes und jack rabbits over the KiowaCornnncha reservation In te th thisdisepartmentsoriginated That which requires personal supervision of the presl d in dunicatiohIng party After delivering the prcsl dent Into the hands of his western friends who have undertaken to fur nlah him with wholesome recreation I for a few days the official escort boarded the presidential special and i eturncd to this city According to present plans the pub e part of the trip west is ended Frederick Okla April 10PreslIent Roosevelt and party he camp 18 miles southeast of town little after dark The camp Is nes el In timber fringing the bank of Deep Red creek in a picturesque spot and when the president arose In tho morning and first beheld the vast panorama of virgin soil without a sign of civilization except the camp ho aid he felt at home IN THE CHINA SEA- SRussian War Vessels Hay Passed Singapore Singapore April 10 Fiftyone ships of Afim Rojestvenskys second Pacific squadron passed here The most tin portant fighting vessels of the squaiTran including the battleships z S 5ouveroffand Orel with their complement of cruisers torpedo boat destroyers etc did not arrive anti their whereabouts unknown St Petersburg April IOThere is reason to believe that Vice Adm Ro jestvenskys entrance into the China sea has been followed by orders Tor the cruisers Gromobol Rossla and Bogatyr which have been ready Jor 01110 time at Vladivostok to put to ea Whether It is the Intention to end them south immediately or to hold them in the vicinity of Vladivo tok Is not known Their appearance outside the roadstead of Vladivostok would constitute a potential threat against Adm Togos rear which wi compel the retention In or dispatch I number of heavy fighting ships to Japanese waters Thus Adm Togo rccms to bo virtually placed between two fires MANY LIVES LOST New Water Reservoir In Course of Construction Suddenly Collapsed Madrid April 10Four hundred peons r s were killed or injured by the eel Ipse of a new water reservoir I- ncurse of construction One hundred bodies have already been recovered It appears that underneath the foun dations cf the reservoir which gave way with such disastrous results wero water pipes used to supply the palace nti Old Madrid It is stated that this was the cause of the subsidence and n aotwhen tests were made sank only 11 millimetres An exact estimate of the casuaitlsi t fihereof the reservoir all of whom wes ahkilled St Louis Wids Open- sSt Louis April 10 Despite threat and warnings of tne excise anti police commissioners nlneterths of the bars in the city remained open Sunday President of the police board declares that the chief of police has Usucd no rders to patrolmen to report violators of the lawgSecretary Hays Quiet Life Ncrvl Italy April 10Secretary or State Hay Is living a very quiet lire here He drives out daily the weather being fine Mr Hay Is annoyed by curious tourists coming from Genoa to ee him and has refused interviews to all suchnScentlst Church Dedicated PHtsburg April 10 The First- Church of Christ scientist in Clyde street was dedicated three Kcrvices being necessary to accommodate nil those who attended It was erected at a cost of 85000 Dr Wm R Harper 1NewHarper who has been taking the xrn treatment for cancer in New York city left for Chicago The Improve mcnt in Dr Harpers health Is so marked the treatment will be continued In ChicagoIA New Granddaughter Chicago April 10A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Harold McCormick Mrs McCormick was formally Miss Edith Rockefeller and is thq daughter of John D Rockefeller The new arrival Is their third child WeilKnown Female Writer Dead Newport RI April 10MIss Sa ah Chauncey Woolsey better known s Susan Collldge a writer of chil stories died suddenly of heart disease at her home here Her best known work was the KatyDId Series Death of Artemas Pitcairn Pittsburg April 10Artemas Pitcairn aged 56 vice president and controller of the Pittsburg Plate Glass Co died at his home after n weeks Illness pneumonia developing within the last few days Wants Polygamy Stopped Madison Wis April 10A joint resolution was Introduced In the sen ale calling upon the national congress to pass such remedial legislation as will put a stop to polygamy antI poly amous living and poitlcal control of the Mormon hierarchy All Saloons Closed Kansas City April 10Saloons In both Kansas City Mo and Kansas City Kan and the suburbs of the latter city an well as all outlying Oa loons anti wine gardentt In Jacks m county Mo were cluseil Sunday C fvr IANSE WHITE ARRESTED He Will Give His Testimony In tho HargisCallahan Trial Winchester Ky April 10Anse NVJilte wanted at Lexington as a witness for the commonwealth in the H nrgis Callahan case and on account whose absence the trial has been postponed Is In Jackson in charge of Special Bailiff T P Cole who arrested him back in the moths ta ins White will be taken to Lexing ton Attorney B R Jouett says the commonwealth will answer ready when the case Is called Tuesdayn m orningnHIS PRETTY NIECE The Kentuckian Is Charged With Hav Ing Abducted HerliPaducah Ky April 10K D Suell contractor of this city was arrested and taken to Paris Tenn to answer e charge of abducting his niece Della oodall of Mansfield Tenn Tne girl young and pretty Suell has prop here valued at 6000 A few days Sa tigoTenn and J c Woodall took nts suaughteruch Later he changed his mind and the arrest followed A Blaze in Paducah Paducah Ky April 10Paducah suffered a 25000 fire nearly a quarter of a block being destroyed Thj losses and Insurance were Jackson Foundry anti Machine Cos supply and retail store loss 12000 insurance 3000 City Transfer Co loss 2000 covered by insurance Robert Owen building loss 3000 insurance 1500 Michael Bros collar factory loss f8 000 no insurancetA Lads Awful Death MIddleburg Ky April 10A repr rt comes from Kemp that Charles McKinney while burning logs was pits nell to the earth by a burning tree which set fire to his clothing and burned his body almost to a crisp His father anti brother attracted by the odor of burning flesh found tho body Raised Silver Certificates Louisville Ky April 10A 1 sil ver certificate raised to 5 was taken by the secret service men here he certificate used is of the series of 1S90 The spread eagle in the center of the bill is partially removed and the Indian head required on the 5 note is photographed in Its place Kentucky Crops Safe Louisville Ky April 10The heav- Iest frost of the spring was reported from all over Northern Kentucky Reports of corn and wheat from all parts of the state to the local weather bureau Indicate that the damage wasinot great on account of the fact that the frost was extremely dry Attempted To Hang Himself 10GcorgeGreachwife attempted to hang ilmself In his bedtcell and making a hangmans knot placed the noose around his neck Ho was cut down in timetBullet Pierced Wifes Brain Newport Ky April 10Fred Wallace a laborer employed by the city bytiringof their home 412 Saratoga street The gun user made his escape Jealousy appears to have prompted tho deed A Bunch of Prisoners London Ky April 10 Sheriff Gee Morgan and posse of deputies passed through here on their way to Frank fort with prisoners convicted at tho Leslie county circuit court which has Just closed There are six in all Two re under life sentence The First Fish Story Louisville Ky April 10Arter struggling for two hours to pull a cat sh from the Wver at the foot of avenue Frederick Nicely lost is balance and fell Into the water Henry Albert rescued him The fish weighed 50 pounds In the Oil Fields Lexington Ky April 10 Strikes In the KentuckyTennesse oil fields Our Ing the past week have been more scattered than heretofore and indicateian immense scope of een completions were made alto etber Stricken at His Post Newport KY April 10John F Meyers 58 a night watchman in the employ of the Newport rolling mil was stricken with paralysis while at his post of duty and died shortly afterward at his home 713 Central ave ue MARKET REPORT Cincinnati April 8 CATTLE Common 3 00 l 4 40 Heavy steers C 50 6 00 CALVESExtra 6 50 HOGSCh packers 5 70 5 75 Mixed packers 5 60 5 70 SHEEPExtra 5 25o 50YWHEAT No 2 red 1 10 1 12 CORNNo2 mixed 49 No 2 white t 5- 0OATSNo2 mixed 32- RYElITc 2 84 0 8- 6HAYCh timothy 12 75 PORK Clear mess 14 33 12JjBUTTERChChoice creamery 29 APPLESChoice 2 50 3 00 POTATOESPer bbl 1 25 135 TOBACCONew 5 00 1300 Old 450 14 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 5 10 5 20 WHEAT No 2 red 1 16 1 18 No3 red 102 1 14 48thOATSNo2RYE No 2 78 78 PORKMess 12 85 12 30 LARD Steam 7 15 7 I7y3 New York FLOUR Win strts 5 15 5 2- 5COHNNo2 mixed P 57 CORNNo2 mixed 56 3614iRYEWestern 87ViLARDBaltimore 08thCORNNo2TTLFSteers 3 50 4 00 HOGSDressed 6 50 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 1 12 CORNNo mixed 5- 2OATSNo2 mixed 35 CORNNo 2 mixed 3 4- 8OATSNo2 mixed 34 Indiananollc WHEATNo2 red 1 1- 0COHNNo2 mixed 48 OATS No 2 mixed 31 it Tr pJ ARE YOUR KIDNEYS WEAK Thousands of Men and Women Have Kidney ITroubleand Never Suspect It To Prove What the Oreat Kidney Remedy SwampRoot Will f Do for YOU Every Reader of This Paper May Have a Sample Bottle Sent Absolutely Free by Mail nmlbladdereys but now modern science proves that nearly o tUsortterft tatciishegreatIoot because as soon as your kidneys begin to toheaIUDidnt Know I Had Kidney Trouble I had tTkdo many remedle without their having fewaysfeel better noppetlie cnuefIssuchcuredccheerfully recommend it to all sufferer Gratefully yours MRS A rWALKER 331 East Ilndr1 St Atlanta Ga rcpponslblcforto c iurcfotlouirritllcMakesn o theightg ravel catarrh of the bladder pain or dull ache in the back joints and muscles make your head ache and back ache cause indigestion stomach a coinlexionyou may have pl jnty of ambition butn awajThoKilmersSwampRoot the worldfamous kidney remedy helptoisknownHow to Find OutSIf there is any doubt in your mind as to your condition take from your irkeon rising about four Ounces place it in a glass or bottle anti let it stand twenty Ibrickdustettlingm plintc nttpnfinnS EDITORIAL NOTICCSo euccMsful U mtdistressingo n bookfthrhouutiidreceived from men nod women cured The tellknQwna sample bottle lngamlonNoffer in this paper- SwampRoot is pleasant to take and you ran onedollarizebottlesatmake any mistake but remember the name Superfluous Fags Adviser Do you know you dont youFrivolous need to I have too many friends that tell me without my worrying about it Detroit Free 1rets Wrile to S G Warner G P T A Kansas City Southern fly Kansas City Mo information concerning free tJcvernment homesteads Colony J i landstteetiportunitiesook Cheap round trip liomesckcra o e LandfS yourflannelsAnti to this let it added fur tlie bonn fit of the impulsive Put not too much perindianapolis For Quick Relief from Rheumatism Pains Indigestion Nervous Prostration DNerveiseasesbad alter effects is perfectly safe does l reieveehausted dispels headache induces rest f teveryime ofNewcook to run out and get liver anti bacon onhetors lull anti dimage The prudent nnn C t herhicagoThe woman who can make good butter darn socks to a frazzle cook a meal that tickles her husband clear to the waist band and keep the childrens neck and tars clean seldom figures in a divorce case Miller County Mo Autogram A Berlin professor claims to have dis covered a serum that will cure hay Icier And a host of sufferers may lw expected hobodsDfSPEPSpELDS A RIND TEAKS VICTIM PINTS A BEMEDY THAT TUBES ITor Two Years Too Wenk to Work AI ox Uoctom hail Tile to Cheek filMnse Treatment That Succeeded All sufferers front veakucsa or disor d ers of the digestive orgxuis will read with lively interest the story of the cons plete recovery of Mrs Nettlio Darvoux from chronic dyspepsia which was thought tobe incurable To be ailing for nine years is not a very pleasant experience said Mrs Darvoux when inked for somo account f her illness For two years J was critically ill and could not attend to my household duties and nt one time I was eo weak and miserable that I could not even walk My trouble was chronic dys pepsia I became extremely thin and had n sallow complexion I had no ap petite and could not take any fxwd with out suffering great distress Did you have a physician Yes I took medicine front a dozen different doctors hut without getting any benefit whatever How did you get on the track of a cnroA book about DrWilliamsPink Pills was thrown in our doorway oslo day My husband picked it up and rend it through carefully Ho was so impressed by the statements those who had been cured by that remedy that ho imme diately bought three boxes of the pills and insisted on my taking them Did they help you at once I began to feel hotter the second day nf terIstarted to use tho pills and by the ttmo I had taken the three boxes I was entirely well Dr Williams Push Pills can cure even when doctors fail aud they care thoroughly for a long thaw has passed since my restoration to health and Iknow it is complete and lasting The surest way to make sound diges tion is to give strength to tim organs con cerned Dr Williams Pink Pills give new vigor to the blood No other rem edy yields such radical results Mrs Darvonx lives nt No 197 Sixth street Detroit Mich Dr Williams Pink Pills are sold by all druggists in every part of tho world Dyspeptics should send to the Dr Williams Tiled icine Company Schenectady N Yt for a new booklet entitled What to Eat anti How to Eat PATENT 4Sp3fe boot rner- iiilit etrietleI I1TZ5BW 5 v Thux VabLSgt4JU Pt- SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot andthe addrcs Uingharalon N Von every bottle COUPON Please write or tin in this coupon with yotir vilIetlthe Great Kidney Remedy Name StsndNoCity 5ttr Mention this paper- t poorimeCommoner Conovcr N C R F D ily wife u cd one package of 1usli cvkMKuro and received most wonderful benefit from it J F Miller Concerts are a nice tiling to keep a man from having n good timcN Y Press V SICK HEADACHE CARTEISITTLE IVER PILLS CARTEfSiflLE IVER Positively cured by these little Pills o They also relieve Dfc tress troni Dyspepsia InSdigestion and Too Heart Eating A perfect res1 edy forDizziness Nausea i DrowsIness Dad TaxtaSIn the Mouth Coated Tongue Pain In the Side TORPID LiVER Thes regulate too Bowels Purely Vesstable SHALL PILL SMALL DOSE SMALL PRICE PILLS Genvnc Must Bear FaeSimiIo Signature aJeREFUSE SUBSTITUTEs 7 MRTNSUTNASTEST row wibb FINN WERrS MiieWATERPIWCrQILCP EtfiRYWHSRB Tgtrvteratlk4ainmeMi4yr3 ki or for all tevb rf et wort tMevcrrcomoit tearinJtte 3IGN OF THE F I3H o naortccl to jdt Bt2cAlwtihicstia1tedTrncAaS EXCURSIONS TO THE t FREE GRANT LANDS of During the months of March and April there will be Excursions on the various lines of rail way to the Canadian Vest Hundreds of thousands of the best Wheat andeGrating I nds on the Continent free to tie settler Adjoining Saudi may be purchased from rail way and land companies at leasouaWe prices For Information as to route cost of traii jx rt lion etc apply to SnrFRNiKaDKtrr or IJIMI OBATIOV Ottawa Canada orto II WILLIAM lair niitg Toledo Uo Autho rued Canadian jucruncni4ge- atSOUThERN CONDITIONS ANP POSSIBILITIES In no part of the United States has there been inch wonderful Commercial Industrial and Agricultural development asolonjrthe lines of Ihe Illinois Central anil the Yazooft Mississippi Railroad in the States of Tennessee Mississippi ant IHiitani within the past ten years stud towns have doubled their pop ulation Splendid business Mucks have been erected Farm lands have more than doubled in valise Hundreds of inditstiie Suave been established and us a result there is on SdentedDay Laborers Skilled and especially Farm Tenants Atunitywould prefer to rent for a couple of beforeSpurchasing fluid day laborers in fields or facto address a postal card to Mr P tSPasengrrAgentDubuqueIowa uigiveM WANTEDrermaiiBUl tlila parties Selling goeS direct to con turner NO MOVEY KEtiUIKED SLiberalCASHunuerourmuoujconLL EIti IAILLILSS q MONEYTerritoryKstahlUHed S3 jean Ciiiltal SZOOOOO Illglieet bank references Write atones Inrmr AMTEHNCOFFEEtTEt PENSIONS a Csrrcorasor raouioral soldier service ann errs of Ohio men so rears practice IawMnl adele sure CHEAP COjOITCUIAMLLIAS WESTERN CANADA Workmen andisabitttvan SaRATES California Washington Orccon Cokra1n5We n rOiteed rIcs on 45 hnsehoicl woods iotbo abero SaL sturtutsidIfle sotiterl vriteforrtc rar ftUEuutta raILSTrasIlatM FigIi 33 titara tlieags 2EGGS DLoth PUiIFiI CURES catrrb c the sten2ci k I SS t A 1P IOWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO s OWINGSVILLE KY I ti PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Address nfl communications tn tilE OUTLOOK PtnusiiiN Co or to t r Jons W IloNAKtu Owingsville Ky f a Subscribers desiring change nf tddreea should always give previous Sddref 1 when writing Correspondents when out of sta hnerv should mention fact on n t I Separate slip of paper No commission ia allowed to any IoIon subscriptions r TilE OutrooK is sent ono year for one dollar PIX months for sixty S tent three months tot thirtyfive Lj tents llUURSDA Y AlRlIi 13 1905 J ANNOUNCEMENT VOR REPRESENTATIVE+ f rJ Wo nrc authorized to announce Willis E Dyof Morthead a can Oate for reelection as Representa Jt live from Bath and Rowan coun 1 JieP subject t the action of the s Democratic party 7 tji Wo are authorized to announce 0 Waller Sharp of Shanmhurg ns n fcnndldato for Representative from 45 hail anti Rowan counties subject lo the action of the Democratic Vurty l ik ADMIKAI ROJESTVFNSKV has pass j id into the China Felt with his Russian Ilulldrunllnd actually tncann to give buttle In Japanese if they encounter him on his way to Madtvontnck The news tif the greatest naval battle of all time 4 luiuy como allY day Iti ROIIA WELLS Democrat was 4j fxvelected Mayor of St Louis lust veek by 1425 plur lity he balance i ot the elected olllcinls being divided between the Democrats nnd Repub 44icanL If it int more of a Dcm t hcratic victory than that ofChicagiS it isnt a Democratic I Tile allowed Dna icratic pirty Of Chicago tnined a signal via tory Tuesday of last week by elect ing Judge Edward F Dunne Mayor s over John M Harlnn Republican nominee Full of Justice Harlnn of the U S Supreme Court Dunnes ilurulity was 21601 Adrian IilBihy Anmin the ecdmijjd J of bieebnlldom was cleo d City f ClJtk by 24232 and thoj btl unce of the alleged Democratic ticket by larR pluralities though ssfcst ilio RepibIicuiiiikcttd88 Council men to 3 tfor the alleged Demo i erats Tho platfo tn of the alleged Democratic party was municipal 1 ownership of public utilities Why Mhs alleged Democratic party didnt ft pailit8elf by Iti true name of Pop ulitor Socialist party U imply I because the nnme Democratic c is l stIll thought to he one to conjure with and fool the people with If D imcrnoyo hipe lips through such t victories its Farewell Bright Eye with the real oldfashioned Democracy 3J CORRESPONDENCE l Licking Union Mrs Mamie Williams id on the t1 lick list j Joe gpd D M Cogswell wrnt to 1I Salt Lick Friday i Troy JcnningH bought a mnre nnd colt of Mrs Kilgore for 75 W K Hunt of Salt Lick preach ed at tha M E Church last Satur 4 Mt day mid Sunday i lUltie Cogswell fell through the trtrtiilo Ht Wash Thomas latt Fri MUy nnd WHS crippled so sho could ihot walk home Fi i Crooks g1t ID B Nixon was an Midland b City Saturday j1 Miss LUUe Jnhnpnn vlfjited rela jUves at Pond Lick Sunday jt ErnsluB Carter of Maytnwn I Morgan county moved here last l tveek t1 Arch Hftprml nut Herbift Cos gItot Olytuitiuj were hers Sat Urday We archiving beautiful weather 2s frhe farmers are busy plowing gnrUctiiagdone f Mrs Joe Willimns nnd children AiiitedMnr parento Colo Jackson 2Frr land wllt nt Olympiii Saturday and Sunday IiI i Upper Prickly Ash i Johnson Stone Is slowly improv t justy j jrll Uo F Shroiil t coiinues about ttIl me jlIrsFrnncl8lJuwlhun is1m proving lowly r i LViv U A Lyter fold a bor e lust jweVk toT Siirout fur 100 J TPt t E S Hamiltoo and wife visited TJW 1tsaiIveheru One day lust week Jnmei Shrout of near Sharps i 1t bl rg vielted his IJItlIer MrNancf- f Klirout liifst weekI I ii Ardu FJteOj of Houston texas 7tftuil8sV week to viilt Ida brother Jolin 4Dts mid family i OVcitr Chandler and wife of liald Ege pent Sunday with i1 z Jliiey Chuniller and family 1 M ru W 7SIIyou1tnd daughters Oro and Lizaie Dean 1 Flat tfeek onetOHJ tI Mrs Aobrnse Well who has tieen confloid to her bed for quite a tfk while with U ijrjppi jp He to Ic S Hi- Springfield John Smathcrs it visiting in Ow ingsville John Sprntt sold his tobacco to Mr Jverns at GJe W E Turner bought a pair of work horses from Mr Kihsick for 250 Mr nnd Mrs J J Mark of Ow ingsville visited Mr Lucy Smnth ers Thursday night Dec Steele of Sharpsburg wits the guest of hiM sister Mrs Joshua Fleming several days the past week Hillsboro S A Dowd sold n horse to W J Myers for 1GO Rev AndrewJohnsonofWilmore arrived lucre Friday to visit friends for a few days O B Graham has contracted with Rohison and MoonofMtOrab 0 to drill sumo wells on his farm near here Ab Williams wife and babyIIf Pleasant Valley visited RM Raw lines nnd family front Thursday until Sunday W B McGregor returned home Monday from Charleston W Va where he has been employed ns salesman in a store Miss Jennie Rawlinfjs died Wed nesday and was buriedThursday at Etlrns Chapel She was about 11 years old and hud been alllicted for years Wost End Born to John Denton and wife a eon Thomas Youngs little son is very sick Wo regret to say Mrs Henry Wills is no better Stephen Warner sold a sow nnd seven pigs to McCarty lor 25 Mrs K B Nickcll and Mrs JB Lane are in Morgan county this weekEd Cartmill nnd wife visited friends nnd relatives hero last week TilE OUTLOOK came nil O K last week We regret not getting back numbers Wm Clayton is moving his mill onto n tract of land recently bought of Col L North Mrs Wm Clayton IP visiting friends and relatives in Mt Sterl ing and Winchester this week Olympia George Swans came homo Sat urday from Paint Creek W Va where he hail been for the past four month IIJESlcK3Irs Smith is beLt jr1 Mrs Thrasher is no better Mrs Hart is no better Mrs Sarah Jackson is no better Sid Warren wife and daughter Came home Tuesday from George town III They say theres no place like Old Kentucky Mr and Mrs Will A Williams of Swectwater Ill arrived home Sunday after a twoyears stay there We ure glad to welcome them back PN Mooro of St Louis and S J Fearing of Tecumseh Ala nnd four other gentlemen names un known were guests of C HG raves several days lust wee- kOdcssa M L Jones was in Cincinnati several daJs last week W L Barber bought a cow of Joseph Hnrber fur 36 W T Anderson moved his saw mill at Flat Creel last week- Garfield Anderson ie quito poorly and has been for some time W A Snedegar bought a cow and calf of Dick Bailey for 32 Thomas L Jones bought a cow and calf of James Riddlo for 10 Ed Garner is out after several wceksVonGncment with pneumonia Aunt SarahWlialeywho has been quite poorly all winter is improv ing slowly Miss Oddic lower has a position in Mrs D S Estills millinery store in OwingsvilleJ and daughter of Nicholas county visited his broth er Wm Kerns and wife last week MrK returned Sunday eve ac couipanied by hia little nephew Master Herbert Ills daughterS remained with her hero for u two wecTts visit Falrview MipR Rosa Woodard visited East Fork last Sunday George Turner sold his tobacco to T G Duugherty at GJc William Stephens bought n horse of Corine Anderson for 75 Frank Reed arid wife of 0kmI visited Joe Reed last Sunday Miss Mamie Hendrix started school njj Owingsvillo Monday MrsJ Minnie Rodgers visited Mrs Ada Hendrix last Sunday Mrs Elirhn Kincnid and Live sons visited John Garrett Sunday Thonms Hunt bought n work horse of Mrs William Scott fur 35 Robert Kincnid sold a fiveyear out mare to Thomas Daugherty for 125 Miss Adr Powell of near Flern ingshurj begun school here last MondaySam Woodard bought a pair of twoyparold mules of J P Colliver for 150 J T Woodnrd and wife visited Rov E D Anderson and wife at Okluj Sunday Mary Lee of Moorefield returned liouio last Sunday after staying fifteen months lit D H Hendrixs Joseph Hendrix sold to Charles Scott of Sherburne one hundred bushels of wheat at 03o per bushel THE SIcKRlley Rodgers is able to be out again I N Powell ill some b iter Mrs L uiitt Ander on lietyluv jJf nrbJ t i = rJ fr Craics Dr Frank Wells is very sick B F Well sold lave litteturda cow for 2250 Elder 1iirkiT of O v Lrgsvihie prenched here Sunduy morning itnil evening hurl Carrnidiacl unit wife of Stepston6 visited the hitters pnr onti Martin Sexton untl wife Suit urday and Sunday We hindu1luito n cold blizzard here several days lust week Thursday the ground was covered with snow fur several hours Mrs Mary Sexton was called to the bodsido of her daughterinlaw Mrs Lewis Sexton at Flat Creek Sunday Sho is saul to be seriously sick Bald Eagle Mrs Hawkins lute a little child very sick Corn is selling in this community at 2 per bbl A Sundayschool was organized lucre Sunday Rev 11 C napp of Bartcrvillc was hero Sunday Luther Leggctt of near Paris was lucre last week A Dickerson purchased of Isaac Crouch a cow for 32 John Dickerson commenced a spring school lucre Monday Several persons are to bo hap tised lucre the firt Sunday in May Rev Taylor Humphries of God dard Fleming county preached lucre Sunday night Salt Lick Mrs hell Evans is very poorly with heart trouble Mrs Tom ChristianofOlivc Hill visited here last week Miss Wallace of Olive lull is visiting Mrs Kate James SnmRatliffhas rented and moved to the Joe Jones property Miss Pearl Wills wilt leave in a few days for a visit in Cincinnati Press Jackson and family visited Mrs Jane Jackson near the ore mules Sunday Little Miss May Nixon of Ires ton was a guest of her cousiriLena Turloy Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Mann have pur chased the Widow Jones cottage on High street and gone to house keeping T Bruce Staggs left Sunday for Ford where ho has splendid po sition with the Ky Lumber Cu as bookkeeper His family will join him soon Ora Vice met with a serious accident while working in Camps Mill last week In some manner he caught his left hand in the machin cry and mashed it so severely that amputation was necessary Dr Robbjns performed the operation and the patient is getting along nicely Middle Flat Crook Clay Kerns was in Owingsville Monday W A Jones and family arc down with mumps Two of Montgomery Toys child ren are on ho sick list Marion Toy sold a cow to Wm Young at 270 per aWL- Mrs Cinthin Toy is the guest her son Montgomery Toy Clay Kerns sold to BudBIountof Moorelleld 26 shoots at 5c per lb J W Owens of Moorcfleld the guest of U C Kerns Thursday N A Dirailt bought of George Clark Sr 10 hogs weighing 1000 lbs for 50 Little Johnnie Dimitt fell arid broke his arm while visiting his grandparentsJ and W A Boyd bought four cattle of G W Clark at 1675 per head Mason Botts of Owingsville was AmyIThe Misses Baker entertained number of young friends Saturday afternoon All present had an en joyable time Clay Thomas and wifo while vis iting relatives at Winchester lost by death n valuable horse last Sat urday cause unknown Reynoldsville Almanzn Stone and wifeof Upper PhelpsIIl1r9Malh da Heath Qf neat spent Tuesday nigHt with Mrs Mark Donaldson Tony Doggett and wife of neat Bald Eagle were guests of Sam O Doggett and wife Saturday IShed Williams and daughter Miss Josie of MoOrcfield visited Alfred Donaldson nnd wife Sunday VM isees Minerva Rickotts Scott of Snorburne and Zorah Lester were guests of Mrs J W McCarty Sun dayJohn Chandler wife and son of near Owingsville spent Saturday and Sunday with Wm Burns and wife Misses Eflle and Pearl Stewart Mnyme Donaldson nnd Zorah Lee ter attended tho millinery openings Ht Owingsvilln Saturday Mrs Jacob Boyd end daughter Elizabeth Mrs Will Manley and daughter Nannie Lee all of near Bethelspent Sunday with Mrs G B Boyd Mrs James Clark and daughters of near Owingsville Mrs Lydia Riddle nnd Lizzie McVey of upper Flat Creek visited Mrs Job Hunt Saturday and Sunday- MarkDonaldsons kitchen caught fire Friday evening while MrsDon aldson WAS ironing Mr Donaldson was away from home but tho neighbors wore soon called and by their kindly assistance the lire was put putt tr ir12s t tlex st r 1 I i Stopstone IuFrank Brown spent last Cincinnati Miss Bertha Bit tiniier IF home IIwekOMie Coons of Owingsville WIIS lucre Sunday seeing his farm andjt friends Geo Turley und family spent Sunday with Capt WP1 1elf ray and family 111 Donohew left Monday for a few days visit to his son John ut Jit Sterling Mnrt Wells and family of Mt Sterling ppent Sunday with Frank Brown and family Mrs John Freehand of Mt Star ling pent Sunday with her cousin Miss Mildred Garrett R T Myers and family nf Pres ton spent Sunday with his brother J II Myers and family J E Carmichaol anti wife spent Sunday with her father 11 Sex ton and family at Craigs Mrs Ann Wyatt left Satur day to visit her mother at Owing ville for a few days Mrs Capt W T Pelfrcy who was at Grayson at ilia funeral of her sister last week rcTurtied home Saturday afternoon Corinth Church not having any preaching this year is having in its place a Sundayschool Sunday af ternoons free to all The young frlks are going to give a basket supper for Benefit of Corinth Church Saturday night April 22 The supper wljl be serv ed the church Moor s Ferry Born to James Smicd gar arid wife April 7a girl John Otis bought of SquireWills n milch cow for 25 A little snow fell lucre Thursday morning of last week IWin Razor bought ofFfintGreen a 750lb lucifer for 24 Wm Baty returned Friday from Oklahoma where he lund been for some lime Sam Lutlira in bought of Sollic Rnlbton about 20 bend of steers at 75 per cwt K C Kimbrell went to Mt Ster HiV bought a set of barber tools and will erect a barber shop lucre this week Ob Ellington sold toIsaacShouse 17 head of fat hogs at 4e per lb Ho sold 26 shoats to George Kerr of Prickly Ash for 100 Thomas Sorrel bought a mare from Henry Wills for 90 and Mr Wills bought a horse from a Mr Grillle near Farmers for ij70 Alien Spence and fottr daughters were at 01 Shiout Friday nfcht and sang and nude some line music on the organ Come back again girlsEdgar Fanning of Jessutnir e county came UIIIIIt wc kto etuy with Iris brotliLTinltiwU L In gram awhile to do Mr IngraniV work as he is not able tdgt out of the house f On last Wednesday night Mr and Mrs J C AtchuisInM littln child took very pick and the little ono passed wIIJlhursduyeuiIIg It wns nnlv seven days tilth It was in the Hi druk j Cemetery Fuday evening Bethel P t IW R Scott has gone to Indiana for his health About the uslalcrowd went to Owingsville and Carlisle Courts Miss Viola Bennett of Cincinnati is visiting her aunt Mrs W B ScottHarry B Arrasmith Iefon the 4th for Oklahoma City tovwork for Lewis Evans C C Hazeliigg and wife of Frankfort Win McCray and wife Mrs Mason Talbott of near North Middletown Mrs W R Scott and son Hugh were visiting relatives and friends lucre last week Delayed Mrs W B Scott is visiting in Cincinnati Isaac Shag Vanarsdale left re cently for Indiana W R Peters sold to Bob Crouch a gray ware for 135 T S Robertson bought of Walter Stone a mule for 100 Alban Alexanderof StLou5swas in BethelSuthrduy1vIth o1dvfrienOs Mrs Susan Hazelriggahd son E G were in Carlisle one day recent ly W R Peters sold to Mclntirc of near Carlisle pair of mules for 265 S W Evans sold to McfJlintock of Millersburg u 3 yearold gelding for145 McCHntock passed through here last Saturday with 14 mules One pair he bought of W R PetersSr for 360 The rest ware bought in Fleming county Sanford Carpenter of Millers burg was in this neighborhood looking for a pair of good work mules lie offered M T Hendrix 380 for a pair Mr II wanted 100ICoons Pieratt Co have sold to the Blue Grass Produce Co of iagsdozenin trade in the two weeks at 13c per dozen Mrs Carrie Arrasmith of near Bethel has a Racine incubator in which she put on the 1st of March 120 eggs from J W Emmons pen of Barred Plymouth Rocks The 10 dozen were tested and 20 eJected Tbo 22 she put in llieRacino er hatched 77 strong beautiful chickens How is that forwintir gathered eggs anti a pateriFhenif S7 S1 Jr ijF i iIf T f W rJSlate Valley Mrs Enoch Surrell is very poor 3tI rt Robert 1miluy is very fick Jack Toy wife nnd son Ito IcrI- I f ties r l yoniing wi r gSIJItp flf- he family if Sam Shttlz Sondtiv Mrs EHzt Scott of PrePton is iuiga few weeks with her faUl1IlyAndrew Coylo and wife Renny Ilor eliuili wife and baby nil ol Prick v Ash neighborhood visited tho family of Due Rudder Sunday Miss Eva Johnson of Sharp burg was expected Monday to spend a few days with thu family of her grandparents Martin Junes unit wife timid other relatives After that she will go fur an extended visit to tier uncle J Fred Jones ofI Stanford 111 Knob Lick Fine spring weather Torn Purvis sold a steer for 30 Jelfllighley is having telephone put in- Some few cattle passed lucre for the Owingsville market Not much plowing was done last week it being too wet Time freeze as hard as it washns failed so far to kill tIme fruit The new telephone lino is pro gressing nicely The poles are set to Roes Run There were sonic who lund out their gardens before the snowTluy looked very unpromising The recent snowfall was the hard est snow storm and the largest Hakes the writer ever remembers scingWm Christian of tins plaeeowns a gun that once belonged to his grandfather It was made in Vir ginia and has the record of killing three Indians besides deer bear and various other things Well Stoops I eee you have stirred up a hornets nest Well have no fears If we can get them- t looking to see what the Allwiee asked at their hands they will be bound to look a little farther and deeper titan domestic affairs Tom Purvis who is superintend hug the Companys farm is milking a model farm as far ns cleaning up nice fencing good gates and grass rug the land It should stimulate thn slovenly farmer to go to work and improve and beautify Inotice alfalfa growing there with fair prospects of success StOODS The demand for work horses and mules was never greater B C Wren rIlBlit Salt Lick several days lust week Neariy all the sick in our neigh borhood are improving John Stull is very low with in flammation if the stomach Bert Saunders anti MarliKissiek were in Fleming county last week James Gregory and wile visited relatives at North MiddletownSun diiy Wm Turner bought two horses from Lafe Kissiek of Judy for 285 Form labor is scarce in these puts and there is a great demand helpA good iviy to start up the ladder of fume id through a 20 acre cornfield William Alfrcy and family of Spencer visited the family of J F Grooms Sunday An exceedingly large amount of hay is in the hands of our farmers The price is low As our items failed to reach their destination in time last week weve got a big fight laid up for some body J L Gregory bought a work mare from Marsh Kissick for 110 and one from Sid Hart at same priceA rule that is usually followed is Dont bet your money until you are sure the other fellow can win itIMrs J II Gillaspic nod children visited the family of Henry Gilles pic near WadoVMill Clark cotta ty Sunday John 11 Harlnn of grand old upfornamed Dunno figIcomplexionto prepare it than it did to write it weImove n DOg at a pretty SWI t Anyhow we were as long as you were preparing to answer it We havent as yet acquired the habit of calling assistance when discussing smith questions like this Ifwe cant do it justice without calling assistance well not try to do it justice I am glad wo can come eo complexionhardly fair to our blonde sister because somo of the fairhaired ones have as great n power of re sisting temptation ns our brunette sisters As to which side is more constant we will leave it to wiser pens Whether the brunettes are more constant than the blondes wo cant say though some groat wri ters tell us they are- Delayed W M Kissick visited in Flew ing county recently Grass was never better in this section at this time of year Bridges Bros sold a pair of mare mules to John W Hall of Judyfor 345 rapidiywas planted last week- Ga83Addick3 didnt get into the Senate but he still carries Delaware in his vest pocket The battleshrp Kansas will be christened with oil This is an other blow aimed tit StandarTlOil i i l t f ti i I rrJ I iIiiiw y- J J = TTfS = = = Jt l CALIFORNIADo If where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold t t Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more tvaried than in any other equal area in the world where the division of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that tt will assure you a competence t Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can ilgrow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure ty business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment tThen go to California where both health and opportunityawait your coming h The Chicago Union Pacific and North Jest rn Line tis the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two fast through trains daily via this line over the famous doubletrack railway between Chicago and the Missouri River Oneway Colonist r1 33tickets are good on daily and personally on which a berth in a Pullman tourist jt sleeping car from Chicago costs i7oo arc always on sale from all points at reduced rates via the i Pa if c FILL IN THIS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY NV44 The remainder of the tobacco crop was delivered last week Not a crop is left for summer orderMiss Mary Goodan nnd Clell Goodnn of near Owingsville visit ed the family of D L Goodan re cently Miss Florence Alfroy who has been with her sister Mrs J F Grooms has returned to her home at Mrs W M Kissiclt and Mrs Bert Saunders have been visiting Mrs Harrison Cnn near Poplar Plains Flemioglunty ThomaB Richardson of JefTer scurivi lie hits moved llia st SYUl Ill onto J M farm He will saw a large bill of lumber for barn purposes Born March 27 to Luther Per gram and wife a daughter The little one died Friday aftenoon and the remains wete III Springfield cemetery II Gillaspie has added to Oak Hill stock farm n fine German coach stallion niirchaeej from J Crouch Son of Ind Oak lull Farm is fast becoming the lending stock farm in Kentucky THE SlcKlrs Tom McClnin has about recovered A small child of Claude Foley has been very tick W H Bryant who has been seriously ill is some better R R Warner of Judy is very sickWe be pleased to know who are SIte says that women who gossip and men who always talk politics are fools that she wishes to avoid Its a pity she huts fallen out with the human race for every woman who graces the world today with her presence is endowed witn gossiping qualities while the man who never talks politics doesnt amount to much and is never heard of among those who have made the world better Savoyards Wisdom Louisville Post Washington April 4And so Tom Pnyntcr is after Joe Black burns seat in the United Senate 1 doubt if ho gets it It became for Kentucky to provide office for Joe BlncKbttrii thirtyodd years ago and the fash ion seems likely to prevail as long as Joo lives Everybody knows that ho hue lived and will die n spoiled boy but everybody also knows that he has lived and every body believes that be will die a favorite child the favorite child of his generation Else how could the people have put up with the naugh ty things that Joe has said and condoned the fool things Joo line done It is universally understood from the of to Mills Point to employ Joes grand sweep of stump eloquence that Joe has a prescriptive right to say andon inalienable right to do that which would ruin any other statesman in Kentucky The people seem to think that Joe is made of a superior sort of clay and they have hint that he is composed of that sort of stuff And that is how it comes that be can do outrageous things without disgusting his I cannot account for it on the theory of animal magnetism Joe is made of very ordinary qlay and his statesmanship is ns com mon and as valueless as rnnel on the village common in August but he is the man time people lovo mind his statesmanship seems to suit old KentuckyNow is not a man in Ken tucky fit to be nt large who does not t 00 sr F tickets are on sale daily March x to May 15 atrthe rate of 3300 from Chicago withcorrc spondingly low rates from all points give youran unusual chance to make the trip i These conducted excursions double only Roundtrip tickets Chicago H KorthWestera Union iPaif a- Souhrrd RalhfJiaYSa single Cogswell Bigsliiir interred Saturday- J Lafayette would Craigsassociates States fashionable mouth Sandy persuaded constituents except w ii ICNISKERNtiP T M c NW Xy Chcao III fPlease mail free to my zddrc emornh bk2t mapllU4 fun p3tiubr3 con rnln rC3 aa1 b cvL ri Lt f t iil1foriorlect and the biggest fool in Kentucky now knows that tho event hits shown that Carlisle knew all about the silver question and that Joe knew nothing about it Nor is that alltho densest ignorance is aware antI tlip stubbornest prejudice must eonfcssthnt Carlisle was altogether right and Joe altogether wrong in that ill advised and costly quarrel of time coinage quest n hut Joe can beat Carlisle for Senator in every one tif the Democratic coun ties of the Stale iii a primary that fairly reflects Democratic senti nieiit In tho national council Carlisle never made a speech ftiii tlid not set every Democrat undUe publican tot in Washington to thinking Joe is incapable of thought himself mind powerless tn create thought in others In the enc If Carlisle a Seat in either House of Congress wasnn opportu nity to serve the American people In the ease of Joe it is only rib bon to wear in his coat and exploit ills own vanity And yet Carlise tiller reflecting more credit on his nativeStatethnn any mann since Henry Clay is thor oughly discrcdi edlInllJlle is nearly as popular ns ho was twenty years ago I cannot understand it I doubt very much if Paynler runs the race to a finish If Joe Blackburn is ever beaten for office in Kentucky it will be by another man than Tom Pnynter What has Mr Paynter done to earn Joes to ga He was here some years ago a member of Congress He entered the famous caucus that preferred Charles F Crisp over RogerQ Mills for Speaker It was in that caucus that tho Democratic idea of honest and constitutional taxation was pat to sleep nnd no one of that generation will rver see it again formidable in politics You remember that God wouldnt let a certain set put loot on the Promised Land A new generation will have to spring up before the idcaof tariff reform again prevails Roger Q Mills represented tariff reform He stood for it In that behnlf ho was the successor of Kerr and Morrison and Carlisle each of whom hind been tIme leader in that cause in former Congresses The- M bill was the issue of 1800 wlicp tho Demccrat8 sw tie country from Dan to Beerslieba All time Old Guard wore then plead ing for him Morrison Cnrlisletlie Breckinridges Turner Tucker but without avail and tariff reform wits sold for n few miserable little com mittee assignments They did not cast lots for its vestments hut they parted them and divided them It was at Trafalgar in 1805 that Not son dealt the blow of which the empire of Napoleon Bonaparte died ten years later It was in theDcm ocrutic caucus of 1891 that the blow was dealt that put tho Demo cratic party where it is in 1305 Tom Puynter will find that the people of Kentucky will recollect that business when he goes among them asking for Joe nluc burns place Kentucky banished Carlisle but she never banished the idea of tariff reform Not even the miser able and disastrous 16 to 1 idiocy banished it from time love of the Kentucky Democracy Kentucky is the one State that wile willing to sacrifice iier staple on tho altar of Democracy She gave up hemp and voted to put it on tho free listIvtn tacky was in earnest and site is not going to forgive or forget those recreant Congressmen of hers who betrayed the oauso In ISO The funny part of the business is Jim MeCrearvs case Now the rolionCo nil Ci fut II iV i t i t L THOS J Livery Feed Sale p bleriOWINGSVILLE KY Headquarters for horse and mhi dealers Telephone connection with Preston Station VI 0 rHcINTIRK DENTIST flElliott building opposite Odn f JIHouse fl OWINGSVILLE KY 1J Jkw6eNiiIsIs now located at the old 4 Gus Mann stand at foot of tovn hill OIJ Sharp burg pike arid is preparedtodo1 blacksmith ng wood work iand carriage and buggy d painting Secondhand buggies and new breaktcarts for sale tI Henry i1M Watterson s jI j Lctor frDme Europa WII be A Leading Feattire of 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