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I ii fir t r r a J i t v v r lirW I it t 1 yi1 if 1 Jbt tuinillulldokI T t- t 4 1 OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY 4 1905 N- O1T LL r P Drink WainJcotts rip 30 r Buy a erlng machine of J A r j tower 4 rI For a nobby hat See Brother kA UrotbertThe White sewingmachine in- as popular As ever r f Everything firstclass in bard faro at Bud Brothers I1J All kinds of sowing machines re s paired T y J A Power MMre trtNl th vTSTarklandB butcher shop Gee T Young is the authorized QJ agent or TnE OUTLOOK 10 collect I V Look at our SOc abirtB- ROTHER de BROTHER JGo to J M Brothers drug store w paper and garden seeds Mitchell wagons nt 4ELATBTR05I r train the cheapest to the best 10 T M Perry fe Co Lave the lut 4et3tpatterns of wall pnper It i tl The Unton anti UlRck Hawk I corn drills are sold byBudBroth i er the btoddard disc harrows f 2and hay rakes at E L de A 1yByron BroTher Co havcll full stock 1 of harrow cultivators ana double shovel plows T JAmerican lady corset tho best C For InIO byier de Brother I H L Lane is agent for Wieder man bottled beer and Budweiser Jbottled and keltsDouglas shoes None better 350 250 225 For sale by f Brother fe Brother Brother de Brother want you to come and eee their clothing before f1 you buy Wont you I Go to iiRncket Store and getI 1 one of those suits for yourself or boys before they are all soldlDutchess pariiaEverybody wears J tbeml a rip lOc A button For Mle by Brother k Brotherva All who have property to tell atv r public auction call on M D Furis He will give satisfaction trMilwailkleltnd Deering mowers tA 21 fend binders E L AT YnolJ Breeching check lines collars t Gliames trace detour prices n E L dcA T UtRoN ti Mark Thdnus of Flat Crerknaf i tJIhrnted the ndvent of spring by 1 a veranda nnri VUlit of pnint to his residence Yd j TM 1tmti tobacco setter will pay s f for itself this 81111Ronhlhlduruth rwiU sell you one tin easy termst Call on him I Dr G W Conner the dentist j iiees bdontundcr and all Hpprovetl Yr snistheIkifor tho pttinless es t p traction of teeth The siiuplest strongest and best dlscIirrnw on thC market is the- o 7iUCabton For sale by bont fail to try oneI rFor everything in wall paper VV from plain to elegant all late styles I Vnd patterns 0to T M Perry I CoV 4 Brown and Successor two horse V ijultitators Satisfaction guaran c r td or ho sale I V ELik A T BritoNf I f See Estill Honakera line off t break carte and sbbvel plows Full s line of Osborne farm maehlheyi- Bcludlng i binder mowers rakes Randall harrows etc1I Ltj Uuyjour binder and mower Ilt r hoe Brother Co flelf the Mcc I Ooraiek anU keep tf full sto kof- r repairs which la worth considering wbea buying nachihe i You do Tot know what a small 5iaMOI1tlt of fuel it takes to gel a until you try a Leader cook i itote or Leave order with Bud Brother for onoj j BUGGIES T S Shrout keeps a i full stock of hiihgrado buggies e Columbus Boggy Cos Broekways Lan ontcs Batterman LuthaaridM many others at the lowest prices or Two warerooms full for cash or 4t T S SURouT frwetht buy woven fence barbed and Smooth wire Mitchell wagons disc It harrows hay rakes fertilizer iltr icarload lots which enables us to i riiJ 1 cllyou ac a close figure Dont forget these facts and get our pric es on any of these goods before fbulng BYRON labs CRAP BOOGIES As there are Ij VVuyabuggyattbecatilpguehouse always soBae people that want to t i VprLceiI have uadcd aline of cheap er buggIesfld have plenty of then W in stock in loather trimmed top faugglM37 leather quarter top and leather cushiotuback 142 full 13teather topJ7 leather quarter top rubber tire 164 Dont order br buy acbeap buggy until you see 4 tbeeV 4t TSPHKODT f 4 JOB PEINTINGRetflember thai I TBK UtrtbOQK ia prepared to prin 7i Iettortkeadi l1oteheadStbillhea ds i g tsteMOtseitvelopeBcirde label Jcie receipts invitations and all sortf oUr Iwmness stationery on the best flock in tasteful Tstyle at the most reionab1o Compare Out WOtkWitbthfttturned out by any Job olce and you will find it to yourlvafltage to have us do your wer k k W iHo Print poster dodgers pipklstuVand everything usually 1md otitbycottryJob afflce r We haveCu adfor tale in any wastlty blank dOd mortgage iiil 4Li qthrblak a tir rE ir w LyiiVn q j i iJ rl I iI 1 fTrfrn 1J i 1S t 4 s J j 1 t tt k7 tJ1 f rp J 1 71J e tC s t ir7 J j o JI ft Jjo PERSONAL V IVN MooreofiSt Lotus was liw tuwnStttdyMrLHenry I Schwab has been vory sick for sonne time Kid Allen of Winchester canto Sunday to visit friends Miss Julia Elllott returned Tufe1 day ffotu her school ut Moreliend Clnrk Patterson of Mt Sterling spent Sunday with relatives here Miss Mary Renuker of WInches icr is visiting Miss Clara Bascoin Mrs DS KsJtlll went to Cincin nati to buy goodsTuesday afternoon Carroll Chonnult and wife of Mt Sterling visited relatives hero Sun Mrs Nancy Crouch who has been very sick was better at the latest report Chris Frey and Chief of Police C C Dunn of Carlisle wore here last Thursday Mutt n rl1ury of Dayton Tenn visited hU ulster Mrs H O Gudgell lust week Win KUlpatrlck and family ofI Mt Sterling visited Win H urty Sunday x Rev J M Fnqua and D W Dog pott spent from Saturday till Men y day in Mt Sterling Misses Jane Gnitskill and Evelyn of Winchester are visiting Mrs Jesse Hampton Emil Peters of Georgetown came In Saturday night to visit his parents J Peters and wHeIFoster Cox and wife spent Wcdnes nesdavunu Thursday last with Dr 1 J Dully und wife Miss Elizabeth Galtsklll of WinJ Chester came last week to visit heIMrs Jesse Hampton Mrs Ofccnr Palmer and children returned Sunday after a visit to the ormers parents near Bethel Chas S Brother of MeCnusey eame Saturday to visit his nts Major JI Brother and wlCoC Iloyse Allen anti wlfe after n visit o Mrs J B Hughes south of townI have returned home to lllIer bur Ollie Cooiis has resigned his posi ion at the Farmers Bank unit ac- epted position with L1BSleserJ Vorls raiilandinihiiin of ule jollied his wire Saturday na isit to Jolin ami Miss En MclspSnl UII Tamps Walter Burbrldge of theI Confederate Home Pcew Valley Clime up the past week to visit rein ivesVWallace CfudBdl Iteid PattarfioiA oe Conner unit Hnlmnn xllceattcndn Tl1ursdajightMrsNaunle Feland of Richmond mid MM Lucy Faris of ShurpHburg were guests of Mr nnd Mrs r lJIParis Sunday Misses Mary and Lena Shrout and Bertlo DomilUfeou of Sharpsburg were RU sts of Mr und Sirs Uu trout lust week I Major J M Brother and wife re turned Monday afternoon from n visit to their daughter Mrs S Pinney atRothwdl- MMJ F Deerlngof Poplar Plains and David Branciof THtoii visited heir sister Mrs E W Hefllu from briday ut til Sunday Col II H Swing went last Thurs day to attend u meeting of the Board f Directors of the Confederate Homo at Peeweo Valley Mrs B M Goodpaster and Miss Ellen BoRe spent some days in Lou sviIIo last week Mr Goodpaster accompanied them to LexingtonI James Mi Ross went Wednesday morning to report the opening races at the Kentucky ABBO for the Plttsburg Times T J Havens and family who went rom Orange City to the West last all returned last week and are via MaryRichards Alex Levy of Detroit joined his wife at L B Slessera last week Mr Levy is an artist commanding a large salary at designing magazine covers and similar work Mrs Amanda Emerick of Tlppe canoe City 0 is visiting her niece Mrs Wm Craig near Knob Lick Mrs Emerick went from near Sher burne to Ohio about forty years ago LexingtonFrnnkfort Seating trip Wednesday Rex Is a man and will mako his mark in tho profession of law Any community may well welcome hint to its citizenship Mrs A N Crooks returned Sun day from a visit to her parents EB Saunders and wife of Shurpsburg Sho and her sister Miss Bettie attended tho wedding of their brother Wm F Saunders to Miss Gertrude Dunlap at Cirolevllle Ohio Wednesday April 2tl Allwool carpets See Brother Brother Born to Duncan Carmich tel and wife of near Stopstono April 30 a 12Jlb son 1 Look at Brother Brothers granite 25c carpets They are retty on the IloorV hilrnesPlapgters E L de AT BIROK BKKAIC CARTLI havoas cood u break cart us you over saw hand made with the best springs with cushion and all straps ready to hitch to for 25 Dont buy until you see these carts 4t T S Suitour Superior corn drills best and eapest Sold by b KL AT BYRON Get tho genuine Brown double novel IXL 5 tooth oultivatorNone better BritoN laos PROFIT MADE IN BUTJNG By buying my buggies in oarload lots I get 27 buggies laid down at tree ton ror35 where it would coitrao 100 to ship them a few at a time By buying in carload lots I can 1ef50inacbjob So my profit is saved in large quantities If you want a buggy of any quality I will MVB you money on It sure tar cash or credit T S SnoOT J J your spring suit front Broth er Brother There was a little frost in time lowlands Monday warning Horn April 27 to John Robinson anti wife of Prickly Ash a son The finest tomato plants you ever snwfor sale at Mrs Wells Restaur a atLee Goodptistcr and John L Vice bought four aged mules in Morgan crunty last week for 500 TOBACCO LOOKING Ut Local buyers the past week offered an advance of one to two cents per poundand bought some at that ad Vance on previous offers Henry Wells was acquitted at his examining trial before Judge Daugherty Thursday on the charge of killing Kemp Amos at Sharps burg Both were colored mOil from Carlisle The season is about here to set- out tobacco nnd those that have set their crops with the Bcniis to bacoo setter have met with best success You had best figure with Bud Brother for one RALPH BiNi1AMVThiO inimit able Ralph Blngham will give one of his unique entertainments ut the nightbhear him again Time entertain moot will begin it 815 At Flat Creek Sunday the base ball team was defeated in thirteen inning game by Flat Creek by score 10 to 9 Batteries Owinge yuleStephens and Sheehan Flat 9reek3 pitchers and catcher C Time prospect for a large crop of tolmcco plants was never better and now is time best time to figure a tobacco setter Bud Brother sells the Bernie and it really is the only setter offered that will do time work especially on rolling or hillside land TOBACCO SALES George A Peed made the following purchases of tobacco on Ntylord Brunch the crop of John Lath ram and tenant Ed Hart at So LnthnlDltlid ten Alfred Stephens atGcjonPrick y Ash John J CoylosJ at 7Ci A K Cojlos nt 8Jc CALL A D SETTLE Arrnsmith Robertson having dissolved partnership and turned stock over to- W R Peters Jr to close out nt cost for cash or produce and book also will ask owing us to call nnd settle your account it will he put in the hands of a lawyer to wind up after thirty days AURA SMITH fc ROMKRTON Bethel Ky- thciAmMEoLETTEasRemaining in Owiugsvilln pdstoltlce May 1 1905 Allah Nannie Catlett A S Estill Mr and Mrs Lut Finch Mr nnd Mr9 Andrew Cheap Joe T Nue Mrs KIttie Ahrains Mrs Sarah B Reed Willie Wilson Per soot calling for above letters please say advertised J A BARNES P M FIRK A1AuitAn alarm of fire Mon9iyFiremangers at W P Conner sons livery stable The horses and ve hides were protuptly brought out of tile building and the hose used in washing vehicles was attached to the pump The fire was then put out before the fire engine could be got in working order The origin of the fire is a mystery CIRCUIT COURT DoCkETBath Circuit Court begins Monday May 8 The docret is made up as fol lows Old Equity caseS 60 New Equity cases 19 Old Ordinary cas es 14 New Ordinary cases 6 Old Commonwealth cases 71 New Com monwealth cases 39 felony cases standing for trial 5 felony cases held on examining trial to await action of grand jury 5 Commonwealth of Ky vs Flem Conner set for 2d day i same vs Jas Riddle i 3d day same vs Robt Barkloy 4th day same vs Tom McCarty 5th day IETTEIt FROM SEDAN OKLA April 20 1905 OUTLOOK To my old Kentucky friends greeting I am alive and well I wish to toll thorn something about this country- I like it very much Crop prospects uro flue rho wheat acreage is not large however on account of the drouth last fall There is a largo acreage of oats and the plants are- six inches high Corn is about all up time acreage being very large Less cotton than last year will be raised on account of the lower priceVAbout nine Inches of rain has fallen during April to date We hadaoold winter but an early springI farming this yenrtlie first since I left Kentucky I am perfectly satisfied and the longer I stay the better I like it I believe it will soon ho one of the best Stqtes in the West for the land ill good we have good schools all over the Territory and the country is being developed rapidly Lund is reasonably cheap here and wages are good making it the best country I know of for a poor man I would advise all young men that work on a farm to come West where they can got something for their work A good man can got 1 per day and board all summer and fall That beats SOc a day Good luck to all my Ky friends and TOE OUTLOOK for the alter is a pleasant caller at our home every Saturday evening Yours V1L PABCE t a iJI Win Atoliiioii has bought oirt the intonat of his partner Bigo WJlIs III the livery stable Senator Jo C S Blackburn is an nounced to speak at the Courthouse hero next Monday County Court day EVCHANOK FrIfyou have nn old buggy nnd want to trade it for n new one bring it to me as I need some old buggies or carts at TS SHROUT The rains come just at time proper time to keop the ground too wet to work and the farmers ore behind with their planting opera tions BACK TO THE MOUNTAINS lion B Bigstuff after acting as Chaplain nt tho Confederate Home atPecwee Valley for several week lies gone back to his religious work in the mountains with headquarters at Frozen Brcathitt county DIKI or CoNSUJiiTiON ElvaCar tor of color aged 18 years daughter of Cornelius Carter a thrifty and respected colored man of near Forgo Hill died Thursday of consumption and was buried Friday in Montgomery county The family manyfriends Hsoldor carts since April 31 Owingsville precinct J B Good paster U F Perry Sr Cabo Suede rFlamWyoming precinct James L Bur Stephenslimomnas South Sherburno precinct Estes Hendrix Let Davis Bethel precinctJohn Webb Jr Warren RodgersVSluirpsburg precinct O S Bromisgem Preston precinctGeorge lirIlug Stilton Licking Union precinct Horby vBourbonMontgomery Co Buford Goodun PSALM BooicMis IlarnioiA tOLD bus an old psalm book that in the old book line It was printed in Edinburgh in 1793 and is a metrical version of time Psalms of David approved byItime Church of Scotland as title pigc states As nil the ss ex cept final ones are of the shape of an without the cross bur It is difficult to understand until tIme rend er gets time hant of it The book belonged to Mrs Lytera grand father Wm Hamilton whose name and that of Jrthn ilHtnilton tire Written on a dv loaf under date of August 11 1805 It was probably brought from Scotland By Mj Hamilton THE CONCERT Miss Esther Murgolen of Paris Ky assisted byI Miss Sarah Grinnnn pianist of Paris j M tares OHio Piggcornetist and Amanda Maull vocal soloist of Lexington gave a concert at theI Courthouse to it fine audience of our best people lastThureday night Miss Clara Louise Muull of Lex ington accompanied them but didnt take p art in the concert These young ladies are music teachers and occasionally give con certs at the neighboring towns 118I a diversion rather than for theI purpose of making money Each is skilled in her line They made the mistake hers of rendering a class of music best appreciated by cultivated musicians Instead of suiting their programme to the popular taste Miss Mnrgolon is undoubtedly a very fine violinist She played selections from operas and classical pieres and dill it remarkably well All readily be lieved tint she could thrill them if she only bit on the right tune She did that when she played Old Kentucky Homo two parts at one time As for the rest of her play ing we all looked and listened wait ing for time thrill that never came When II Trovatore is played to an Irish Washerwoman audience the applause is rather opt to be perfunctory courtesy thin heart felt enthusiasm Miss Grinnans piano playing was wholly accompaniment with one exception She had an unsat isfactory instrument but showed that she understood the art Miss Pigg doubletongued and tripletongued and brought a vol ume of tone from her cornet out of all proportion to her petite size She played finely Miss Amanda llnuUeang8- number of airs now with alaere melodic whisper and again with a mightyswell that nearly made the plastering crack If she had jusl sung Edinboro or Cumin Thro the Rye with the earnestness that she did some ambitious common places she would have made the audience howl with delight Moral When you invito a com pany with n bnconandbeons appetite to vour table dont feed them on bauillon and charlotte russe if you value that companys highest approval Personally Conducted excursions in Pullman Tourist sleeping oars from Chicago to San Francisco Ln Angeles undP rtland without change via the Chicago Union Pacific and NorthWestern Line Colonist oneway tickets on sale March let to May 15th only 3300 from Chicago with corres rpondirfglv low rates fromnaJkghr points Double Berth TouT Sleeping caronlrt1otr Booklets with maps andTull Information on rKniskern Ry B Chicago t 1SVJ i Savoyards Wisdom Louisville Post DCIpnrtmentgrand Jury of Chicago are after the Beef Trust with a sharp stick and time answer of the trust is an ad vance in the price of beef mutton veal and pork This concern can do what it wills with the meat mar ket Those proconsuls Rome sent to squeeze tribute out of a conquered people had not more power over the rates of taxation than the beef trust lies over the prices of meats Pontius Pilate Vespasian Vcntidius Porapey Cuspius Fadus and that layout farmed the taxes to publicans nnd their yokb was galling almost beyond endurance We are not a conquered people We do not owe Caesar tribute His image arid superscription are not on our coin We are in theory at least a free people and levy our agentstroolytaxes are not farmed but every cent reaches the Treasury It is not squandered on favoritesworthless women ahd more worthless men Nevertheless the beef trust fixes the price we shall pay for breakfast dinner and supper nnd what is the WhereIlingly pay tribute to Pompey the Great as to pay it to Armour the What is there in a name despotism bany other name would bo as gallinc Time peoplo are going to leave ev- erythIng else alone until they at tend to the trusts If the consti of this United States is not smashed in the shindy it will be next timing to a miracle But that sacred instrument has been so bat tered and bruited tho past few that it ie become used to in alt and mat treatment questiontiattinal judgment but tho peoplo will not hear of it until they hue IDItYtprogress it will take forever An Junction against them is no good hnrdlyoNrthThey do what they please and their motto is time public be damn ed But tho people intend to force the administration to prose- cUte the warfare to the bitter end The Philippines are forgot So is the Monroe doctrine So Is the tariff As for reciprocity it is fast asleopand we shall Injar little more of it until the country gets ready for free trade which it will one of those fine days when time people come to their senses As for the railroad trust that would have set tied itself long ago if Congress hin- dnevepessed a single law in refer enco to it Some of the faithful out in Iowa have been making some scurrilous remarks about the Hon Pete Hep burn and his bill to discipline the railroads They say he put JUst as little socialism in the thing as bethought tho country would stand and that he would not put any socialism in it at all if he had thought the Senate would agree to it or if lie had not believed tho country would have raised a row if he had stood still und said nothing They arc also after Dolliver who didall ho could to have tho Senate set Uncle Hepburn must have been somewhat concerned about it for we find him getting certificate of good character from that eminent trustbuster the Department of JusticeFormer Gov Larrabee wait here time other day and he said some things that Uncle Petes friends re sent and ifa new Congressman were to be chosen this year there are chances that there would be some squally times out in theHawk eye State Why they should jump onDolliver I dont quite understand Ho did all he could to have the Senate pass the bill and even went so for as to say something that might be tortured into a threat by a man skillful in interpreting Sen atonal eloquence nnd political vicissitude Why dont Larrabee and Co ge after Allison Ho is what Dolllveris notund what be will nev er ben louder of the Senate IfMr Allison had believed in the non sense and the heresy of the rail road bill it woflld not have been left in the lurch it was But Al lison is a statesman and let the deformed brat die or rather turned it over to Steve Elkins to wetnurse and that is the same thing Why do not the new lights of political Iowa assail your Uncle Allison They ore afraid tothey know whom to go for The G 0 P is not happy over this railroad business which is loaded with dynamite There ia no telling when it will explode or whom it will most hurt That the Democrats are headed straight for government ownership of all lines engaged in interstate commerce Is as certain as that the sun willrise tomorrow morning and set tomor row evening fbi South may be able to prevent it but if the South does prevent it sho will have to givo her loaders some new orders upiuidSouthern Democrats boasting of the democracy of Theodore Boose fSTl I cant see it I dont be hove anybody else sees it If he is a Democrat Samuel J Tilden was was not The South does the vot tugthat is the effective voting for the Democratic party and tIm J her duty to look after the old party and see if there is nry of it left lhere is none of it left in Con joinedUurland Townsend The constitution of the United States is no restraint tin them They are bewildered de moralized disorganized ruined If the South goes the gait his all overOld Pete Hepburn is one of the ablest debaters and one of tho most eloquent orators Iowa ever sent to daysjourneywords United States He does it with an inflection an unction an enthusiasm an emphasis that are marvelous and if you come to Wash ington next session go into one of the House galleries and stay there till day if need be and you will oy that you are amply repaid if splecbHehe is done with it and no other orator in tho world can say it as be says it Try it next winter This suggests Fryo of the Senate Lately there has grown up n controversy as to whether the term slugubrItistendency of tIme wind Now Frye goes beyond that Ho refuses to employ tho definite article he will belspeakttSpain For instance ho would say United States maintain a consulate at Hong Kong It is a sign of patriotism Maybe we common fellows will reach it sumo dav SAVO- YARDNeWspaper t1a azme Subscription Agency I can get you any news published one else Get my prices JAMES M ROSS Owingsville Ky We haVejdsfgo triiralotof the celebrated Kauffman May- erBUGGIES 1 both steel and rubber tire Also a line of Driving Wagons and Runabouts of the same make There are none made that ride like these buggies and for beauty style and service they head the list Call and see themIEstill Honaker Co Masonic Building Owingsville Kentucky Sheriffs SALEFOR TAXES MONDAY MAY 8 1905 the undersigned as Sheriff or his Deputy wil1 sell atCourthousedoorin Owingsville Ky the following property to secure paymentof taxes for years mentioned OH de Gas Co Ky Ragland 03 and 04 all the leases on the Joe and Marshall Cogswell farms in Bath county and all of the piping casing and other machinery on said farms amounting to 22G 72 SETH BOTTS CountIf iiB 5d f ti fitJ i utf SVV1VV VS iusto get They eta the best and tho cfaefcjiPBt for they do the best tvoife Ttti pointH oltvuys fit You can get them plain or corrugated A stronprUHr bed Mold Board all parts are lucked together no strain on the boltav O ICosts nothing to try one PLOW CEARINC V55 We have all kinds and the stock and the lnwest nriez ctHandmade Breeching Check Lines and Blind Bridles will butwearr tltf Jof the other Como and see them and I will save you ineiv anfgive you Homemade goods that are warranted i EUGENE MINIHAOwingsvilfeasSi RACKET STORE azj tVisit our store when in town and be convinced that here is the place to trade if you want to afsave money on each and every article you I purchase y VV- 2 steel Thimbles 50 Oc tibrLawns yd 81 5 4c prMens l4hs Childrens Net Drawers pr lOc Medallions lOir 1 Mens Underwear each 24 20c Door Locks white knobs HIe Mens Fancy Shirts 45 35 25c 3 boxes Matting Tuples 5arIRed and Blue Table Linen yd 25c 8 qt Granite Coffee Pots Qr Ladies Duck Skirts 75o Stoneware gallon Sr Mens Suits 10 8 5 3 225 2igal Tin Buckets Hit h Boys Long Pants Suits 8225 up Hair Brushes I510 SrVWood Rolling Pins upSummer China Coffee Pot Rests Buggy Dusters 75 50 30e Spurs lOrS6 yards Baby Ribbon 50 Hand Saw tiles 10 CASH PAID FOR EGGS E weHEFLDLL1 THE ONE PRICE CASR5rSTOREFloor Oil Cloth 22c Table Oil Cloth 15 2O Lace Curtains 40 do poc Belts 1025 40c 4S5f t 750White 9c Back Combs iOj 15 2CC Lawns 7 10 14Cp CASEFOR BC3C3S MRSD S ESTILLV 4IE2S WM R PETERSr2BETHEL KY JDealer in Furniture Also Undertake Funeral Director andE rib J i1er V Calls promptly obeyed day or hijght y Seasonable Re sonable Goods at Iow Prices You are invited to callat our store that you may inspect our goods and get lower rices than any where else in town Come in and look We dont moneynakeLadies 125 Oxford SLoeiDe Mens 3 00 Vici Kid SJnes 24t Ladles 200 Shoe 140 Mens 1500 Suit DOS Ladles 250 Shoo 198 Mens J260SuliH 7b9 I Ladles 125 Donjtoln Shoe 80c MenVlOOO Suits fUJtf Ladles 175 Vlcl Kid Shoe 125 Mens 760 Suilrt 49 Ladles 200 Vie I Kid Shoe 148 Mens 500 Suit 841 f Ladies 2CO Vici Kid Shoo 198 Boys 160 Suits Wcr Mens 125 Plow Shoo 98c Boys 200 Knits 12i Mens 175 Plow Shoe 124 Boys 360 Suit JIS Mens 200 Plow Shon 148 Buys 400 Loi p Punts Suits IW Mens 2 00 Vlcl Kid Shoo 193 J3oya 750 LohjrPiints Suits 4U8 JNO W MABKLANDOW- INGSVILLE KY I2 l ftOWINGSVILLE KY THOS J JONES Livery Food Sale Stable- OWINGVLLEKY Headquarters for horse nnd mibi dealers Tolephon connection with Preston Station Get The Outlooks prices on Job Work of every kind and see samples and you will see we can do better work at lower prices than you can get elsewhere dJ 1ClY rars THE OUTLOOKa Your hone ancL j the following P8P0I4will be cut yeaiV i to anyaddress at priceVS1 men lone dJThe Outlook andWeekIW r Commercial Gazette i year for I tJ TheOutlook and dai3 Louisville Post one year rf offor3851 i Veikly Courier Journal and i Outlook one yeartJorf- a i6oV 1 fi J J f 7 l VS tl 7 f ll I kb4 t2 OWIN6SVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publtahera OWINGSVlLLE KENTUCKY iq A TWILIGHT VOYAGE The shadows afaIIcn across the green Brns Tho rIght gold hast died from tho wrtThe blr les and flower the bnbles and been Arc thinking of going to rest Thru come my sweet darling He close In my arms And away Into dreamland well float t Itrlhe oft rippling wavelets of Drowyjv eye sea VIn the wonderful Itockaby boat Dear mother Is helmsman tho Itockaby boat r liar It silver falls for the west cl For there In the distance the lights ot Crtbland Are wooing the baby to rest We drowsily float death the thlramer log glance Of a tall moon radiant beams wo are near to our first stop tJ1Ingplace At the beautiful Island of Dreams What A wonderful place Is this Island of J reams Tvithlts millions of dollies and toys Ite butterscotch houses and sugarplum trees VThe delight of all wee girls and boys Then hushaby darling close fast your lV bluo eyes And away to the dream Isle well roamVOer the velvety turf with the fairies to play Until daylight shall bid us come home Mabel R Pike In Thresher World uuI I Dri and I By IRVING BACHELLEB Author cI Eben Holde Darrel cf the Blessed Isles Etc aIOrrcht by Lothrop ruMUbing Comp ny CHAPTEIt IVCosiixuKns The night wore on our Arcs burned tow As the approaching day began to I light the clearing we heard a sound that brought us all to our feet A burst of bugle notes went chasing q over the timberland to the tune of Yankee Doodle We looked at one another In surprise Then game a thunder of hoofs In the distance Ihe d ragged outline of a troop of cavalry Soldiers said Arv as he raised his VpikeThe British somebody asked 0 Dunno said he loin no Injuns I dont blleve troop of cavalry was approaching iRlagallop They pulled up a few rods away and jammed into a crescent of rearing trampling horses We could see they were American soldiers We all lowered our gunsVftWho are you one of them shout ed Citizens my father answered L Vhy are you armed To fight Injuns A chorus of laughter came from caalQJf rein telling their horses advance My dear man said one of them a big shako on his head there aint 4 an Indian tween here an St Regis We ttiought you were British an It s lucky we did nt charge in the dark we d have cut you all to pieces before we knew who you were t A body of infantry was marching down the pike They were the volun Skers of Capt Darius Hawkins on atheirway to Ogdensburg with an es iCort of cavalry from Sacketts Harbor The scare was over Women came out laughing and chattering In a few moments they were all in the road go ing home men women and children- Ir enlisted with Capt Hawkins and hurried to the house and packed my things and bade them all goodby CHAPTER V I followed Jhc iinrr guBTook my Vt TA1e l e ranks at Ogdensburg We went Immediately to the barracks a struclure long and low and weather stained overlooking the St Lawrence There was a fine lev1 field In front of Mtiaad a flag waving at the top of a i high staff The men cheered lustily r thamfternoon as they passed It where stood Gen Jacob Brown his cocked hat r in hlshanda splendid figure of a t Vman My delight In the life of a solo dler began that hour and has never leftineVThere was a lot of horseplay that t night in which some of the green boys were roughly handled They told me j Vp I I remember that all new recruits had sV to fight a duel but when they gave me the choice of weapons I was well con cI tent I had the sure eye of my father t 5 and the last time I bad fenced with jI him there at home he said my arm J was stronger and quicker than his had p ever been Indeed I was no sooner i tall enough to swing a sword than he j began teaching me how to use it In r the wood back of the barracks that manJJ J t who stCQd before me saw his sword go flyIng In the gloom the second 4Vt qthrust he mad at me and ran for his I life amid roars of laugnlcr lhad no lack of friends after that day theda soberoor 4 of the new camp In one decisive and w oJ immortal victory At first they were t disposed to poke fun at him A + Looks a little tired said the ser J t of the guard 1Needs rest thats what s matter o imr raid the captain j j l Orter be turned put t grass a leetle suggestedV heart F VV soon came to him indirectly and he z had much lo put up with He kept his t temper and smoked thoughtfully and took taU in Rood part The night VV5ftcr he came they put him on guard rtuta greenhprn with no knowledge of any orders hut gee and haw They r told him he should allow nobody to omittedlr j structed him in the serious nature of f his tesk adding that his failure to with orders would incur the lfrsLpcnalty of death I Dri looked very I sober as he listened No man ever felt 1 a keener sense of rresponsibility They pq I IhlnV to cross the lines and IZVae hjs gun away and have fun with I him but the countersign would have 1 Y1ntcrfcreI with their plans i prjvwenttqhls pout a little after iU down The juardwas posted The It 9 ijergcspt with Wi party of six started Ji L f be ck to the guardhousesbut l if feveriotLilher Th ynlal theyI lIV j Prik He stood4ith gun 1t Vtknothe said he anl ft tli let the moonllghttbr ugh ye theylwj saidli 1 1 ioK tiredV Vr4IThaY dIt rrommanddforJbfYt I SV f i t i i Vi it rr rcq tr fir t 11 t O H 1tf1 1 t p 7 could see lie meant business and they knew ho had the right tcKpill Another man came along shortly Halt Who conioii there Drl de mandqd Friend with the countersign he replied Cant fool me said Drl Come up hero n set down n nick ycrself t hum Drop yer gun fust Drop it er I drop you t Ho dropped his gun promptly and accepted tho invitation to sit down This last man hall some arguments to offer but Dri stood sternly and made no reply At 11 oclock Capt Hawkins sent out Inquiries for tho sergeant of tile guard anti his relief He could find nobodv who had seen them since dark A cor poral was also missing The captain sent a man to look for them lie got as far as Drl and sat down They waited for him in vain The captain stood looking Into the darkness and wondering about his men lie con ferred with Adjutant Church Then he set out with two men to go the rounds They got as far as Drl Halt Who comes there ho de mandedGrand rounds was the answer of thecaptainLay ycr arms said Dri an ome up here n iwt down Have nt time said the captain roiling at first to grasp the situation You tek time er I Ml put a hole n ycr jacket said Dri One of tho privates turned quickly and ran Dri sent a shot after him that only grazed a leg and he kept on Then Drt gave all attention to his new prisoners They could see no amusement in dodging bullets they threw their arms on the sidehill and sat down with the others The captain swore as he submitted Dont rite yerself said Drl you need rest No dont nuther said the cap tain he hey t hey it anyway said Drl This beats h the captain an swered with a laugh A feeling of alarm began to spread The adjutant was standing In n group of men at headquarters soon after midnight They were ears under in the mystery The escaped soldier came running toward them out of the dark He was breathing heavily his leg was bleeding and sore Wall what Is it the adjutant de mantled Drl the man gasped and dropped down exhausted Drl the officer inquired Drl the man repeated It s thet airmail they call Drl Hes roped COME ANOTHER STEP AX ILL LET TilE MOONLIGHT THROUGH YE wlXThrybeside hj rr Wont let a man move Ie e gits him The adjutant snikcred as he spat an oath He was made cf iron that man Church Post a guard around him said he turning to an officer The dem fool d tek the hull garrison ef wo did nt I go a try to pull him off his perch Ho II lay ye upsald the returned private baring his bloody leg Eft ye try t fool with him ye limp Ser what he done t me The adjutant swore again Go t the hospital ho commanded Then lie strode away but he did not return that night The moon was shining as the adjut ant came in sight and hailed the group of prisoners What ye settln there i ferV he shoutedYou Ml know n a minute said one of them Halt Who comes there Drl de manded m Friend with Dont ye purten t be my friend Dri answered T wont work Como up here n set down Stop foolin man said the adjut ant I aint afooltnV He aint afooiln he means busi ness said one of the prisoners Dont ye tamper with me Illteach you the Adjutant threatened Aint agoln t tamper with ye a minute said Dri If ye dont set down here quick I Ml put a hole in yeVLunatic what d ye mean I mean V turn ye out t grass a Icetle while Dr1 answered soberly Ye look tired Tho officer made at him but in a flash Dri had knocked him down with his musket The adjutant rose and with an oath joined he others Dunno but he Ml tek the hull garri son fore sunrise he muttered Let em come might es well hey com pnyVA little before daylight a man sick in the hospital explained the situation He had given Drl his orders They brought him out on a stretcher The orders were rescinded the prig cners released Capt Hawkins hot to his toes with anger took DrI to headquarters Gen Brown laughed heartily when he heard the facts and told Drl he was made of the right kind of stuff These greenhorns are not nice to play with he said They re like some gunsloaded when you dont ex pect it We ve had enough skylark IngVAnti when the sick man came out of hospital he went to the guardhouse After we had shown our mettle the torIICH VI We had been four months In Ogdens burg waiting vainly for some provo cation to fight Our own drilling was the only sign of war we could see on either side of the rIver At first many moved out of the villagebut the mill was kept runnJnahd after a little while they began to come back The farms on each side of the river looked as peaceful as they ever looked Tho command had grown rapidly Thurst Miles of my own neighborhood hall come to enlist shortly after Dri and I enlisted and was now in my company- In September Gen Brown was ordered to the western frontier and Capt Forsyth came to command us Early in the morning of October 2 a man came galloping up the shore with a warning saying that the river was black with boats a little way down Some of us climbed to the barracks roof from which we could see and count them There were 10 with two gunboats Cannonading began before the town was fairly awake First a big ball went over the housetops hitting a cupola on a church roof anti feuding bell and timbers with a crash into somebodys dooryard Then all over the village hens began to cackle and children to wall People came run ning out of doors half dressed A woman gathering chips In her dooryard dropped them lifted her dress above her head and ran for the house Unable to see her way she went around in a wide circle for a minute or two while the soldiers were laughing Another ball hit a big watertank on top of the lead works It hurled broken staves and a big slop of water upon the housetons anti rolled a great iron hoop over roofs Into the street be low where It rolled on chasing a group of men who ran for their lives before it The attack was an odd sort of a comedy all through for nobody was hurt and all were frightened save those of us who were amused Our cannon gave quick reply and soon tho British stopped firing and drew near We knew that they would try to force a landing anti were ready for them We drove them back when they put off and that was the end of It Next came the fight on the Ice in February a thing not highly credit able to us albeit we were then but a handful and they were many But Drl and I had no cause for shame of our part In It We wallowed to our waists In the snow and it was red enough in front of us But the others gave way there on the edge of tho river and we had to follow We knew when It was time to run we were never in the rear rank even then WA made off with the others although a sabers point had raked me In tho temple and the blood had frozen on me and I was a sight to scare a trooper Everybody ran that day and the Brit ish took the village holding it only 21 hours For our part In It Drl got the rank of a corporal and I was raised from lieutenant to captain We made our way to Sacketts harbor where I went into the hospital for a month Then came a galling time of Idleness In June we went with Gen Brown Drl and I and Thurst Miles and Seth Alexander and a half dozen othersdown the river to the scene of our first fighting at Ogdensburg camp Ing well back in the woods It was the evening of the 27lh of June that the general sent for me He was at the mansion of Mr Parish where he had been dining He was sitting In his dresssuit His dark sidewhiskers anti hair were brushed carefully forward His handsome face turned to ward me with a kindly look Bell said he I wish to send you on very important business You have all the qualities of a good scout You know the woods You have cour age and skill and tact I wish you to start immediately go along the river to Morristown then cut over into the Black river country and deliver this letter to the Comto de Chaumont at the Chateau Le Ray In Leraysvllle If you see any signs of the enemy send a report to me at once I shall be here three days Take Alexander Olin and Miles with you they are all good men When your letter Is delivered report at the harbor as soon as possible S I vsS on the road wjthjny party in half an hour We were all go63horae men Drl knew the shortest way out of the woods in any part of the north country Thurst had traveled the forest from Albany to Sacketts har bor and was the best hunter that ever trod a trail in my time The night was dark but we rode at a gallop until wo had left the town far behind us We were at Morristown before midnight pounding on the door of the Red Tavern The landlord stuck his head out of an upper window peering down at us by the light of a candle Everything quiet I asked Everything quiet said he Crossed the river yesterday Folks go back n forth bout the same way as ever Wife s In Ellzabethtown now visiting We asked about the west roads and went on our way Long before day light we were climbing the steep road at Rossie to the inn of the Travellers Resta tavern famous in Its time that stood half up the hill with a store a smSthyand a few houses grouped about It We came up at a silent walk on a road cushioned with sawdust Drl rapped on the door until I thought he had roused the whole village At last a man came to the upper window He too inspected us with a candle Then he opened the door and gave us a hearty welcome We put up our horses for a bite and came into the bar Anything new I inquired They say the British are camped this side of the river north of usisaid he with a big tribe of Injuns Some of their cavalry came within three miles of us today Everybody scalrt f death He began to set out a row of glasses What ye hev he Inquired Guess I Ml tip a little blue ruin int me said Drl with a shiver B a eel night Seth and I called for the same An you said the landlord turn Ing to Thurst Vial said the latter as he stroked his thin beard when I tuk the pledge I swore et I hoped t drop dead fore I see myself tek another drink I m Jest goin t shet my eyes n holdout my glass I don care what ye gi me s long es it s somethln powerful To Be Continued Pnddlla Dniliirm Kemble the artist while sketching in the mountains of Georgia recently employed an angular cracker as a model The native when asked what his hours work was worth told Kem ble that he thought a dime would be about right The artist showed him the sketches and asked him what he thought of them Watt was the drawling reply seems to me Its mighty puddlln business for a man to be In but you must be makln suthln out of It or you couldnt afford to throwaway money like this fer Jest gettln a man to stand around doin nothlnV Argonaut Couldnt Afford to Refute WifeBut perhaps he will refuse to grant the favor f HusbandOh no he wont Hes under obligations to me Hows that DailyNewsJ f r c J NOAH THE SHIPBUILDERAND OUR SERMON STORY by the Highway and Byway Preacher A Vision Between the Lines of Cods Inspired Word Oryrtght t 7 1 Eon Scripture Autltorlty1n the days or Noah they dill eat they drank they mar neLl wives they were given In marriage until the day that Noah entered into lb- erk find the Hood came and destroyed them nllIuke 17W 17 And God saw that the wickedness of man was great In the earth and that every Imagination or the thoughts of his heart was evil contin ually lint Noah found grace In the eyes of the Lord and walked with God Gen 5 9 By faith Noah being warned of God of things not seen as yet moved with fear prepared an ark to the alng of Ma house by the which he con demned the world anti became heir of the righteousness which Is by falthlIeb 117 Noah n preacher of righteousness 2 1ct 23 Head nil of Gen 6 milD wild music fills the air There is merrymaking the rude village Javan the leader of the town had just taken to him self another wife his third who had met his fancy on a recent trip to the land of Nod where the daughters were fair anti after whom the sons of God were fast be Ing drawn away A reckless wanton company of merrymakers had returned with him bringing their plush and their liquors with them Feasting and dancing and all manner of excesses marked these occasions The desires of the flesh ruled supreme and no bounds were placed upon the gratification there of Might not right decided issues and won its desired ends Violence and passion were unrestrained God was for a scene was Javans festival and while the wild frollclng was at Its height there suddenly strode into the midst of the company a man of com mantling figure All eyes were turned upon the intruder but he never flinched before the unfriendly looks anti fal tered not until he stood before Javan The rude loose garment of skin girded in at the waist and falling In Irregular line to the knee revealed the powerful frame and wellknit muscles The arms and legs were bare save for the heavy growth of hair through which could be seen the skin browned and toughened by sunshineand storm Upon the feet were sandals crudely made from leather and fastened by thongs over the foot Masses of wavy dark hair fell back from the forehead and down over the pow erful neck while full beard and runs tach covered the face A painful pause marked the coming of tho stranger The look of recognition which Javan flashed at him was full of hatred but he waited for the other to speakJavan what meaneth this wicked revelry Why these ribald compan ions these godless sons of Cain Hast thou too forgotten the admonitions of thy fathers Hast thou altogether given thyself overto thy fleshy appetites and passions Fearest thou not God He who has made us Who rules in Heaven Who sees us at this moment will surely bring theo and this people who are turning altogether away from God into judgment In the name of the Lord whom I serve I command that this revelry cease and that thou send this woman and her baseless compan ions back to the land from whence they cameThus spake Noah the preacher and thus had he spoken again and again all through the land as he rebuked the rising tide of sin But as well might he have tried to stem the mighty current of the great Euphrates or stay the on rushing storm with his uplifted hand godlessnessBut speak he must and speak he al ways did Evil must be rebuked The godless must be told of God so that they might be without excuse before huggedtorebuke administered becomes more dis tasteful until at last unrestrained an ger blazes forth upon the one who dares to interfere or rebuke the evil So It was upon this occasion of Javans merrymaking The wicked fellows with him were only too willing to fall upon the defenseless servant of God beatinghimunder a clump of trees at some dis tance from the house and then returned to renew the wild orgy with more reckless abandon than before How long he lay there Noah never knew but with the return of conscious ness it seemed as though he was lifted up up up The wild music and thenoise of revelry seemed to fade In the ills tance and then was gone and in Its place the sweetest strains of Celestial music fell upon his ears and soothed the throbbing senses to calm and rest Then although he saw no one It seemed uponhisthe pain was forgotten Expectantly he waited seeing naught yethisened and om the alert Clear and dis heknewGod saying The end of all flesh is come before Me for the earth is filled with violence through them and behold I will destroy them with the earth The voice ceased and a sob burst from the lips of the heartbroken preacher Was this then to be the end of all his preachinger courage is found than that which unflinchingly faces defeat In a lost but righteous cause No greater heroism than that which can stand alone for righteousness and truth No more gen nine faith than that which can hold onto God when all else is slipping from beneath ones feet How faithful Noah had been The 500 years of his life thus far had been lived faithfully for God His earliest years hnd felt the influence of the revival of religion which had followed the Stern Censorship Picture postcards are subjected to stern censorship in some continental countries In Russia those bearing the portrait of Tolstoi have been suppressed Turkey forbids any postcard bearing the name of Allah or Mohammed or the por trait of a Mussulman France will not permit the designer o t Gor pulenceof theklngofPoipimtiIsp It Berlin Horse Meat There are 64 shops In Berlin fj which nothing but horseflesh is fold iI I riJl 1 t7f vrr r translation of Enoch He had heard the wonderful story from his grand father Methuselahs lips and the Impressions of those early years had deep cued as he had grown to manhood and felt the mission of God resting upon him to preach faith in and obedience to Him One after another he had seen the patriarchs pass away and more and more he had found the rising generations turning from God apd corrupting their ways upon the earth until as wo have seen Noahs rebukes are met by unyielding stubbornness and violence And now as far as Noah knew there was none of his own people or relatives who stood with him or sympathized with him In his struggle for righteousness save grandfatherwife All this sad and terrible condition passed before the mind of Noah when God hail ceased speaking and yet Ills words of judgment on a sinful and unrepentant world fell like a crushing bur den upon Noahs heart and he cx claimedLet me plead yet a little longer with my people It may be that they will yet hear Thy message Yea yet a little longer shalt thou be n testimony against the people of the earth that they may be wholly without excuse spako God Make thee an ark of gopher wood rooms shalt thou make in the ark and shalt pitch It wfthin and without with pitch And this Is the fashion which thou shalt make It of Long and carefully did God instruct Noah In the task appointed him MJn utely did he point out each detail and part of the work and then came the vision of the completed ark as It would be when he bad finished it and with the vision he awoke The music anti shouts and songs of the revelry broke on lila ear and as he slowly arose and made his way home ward ho pondered deeply In his heart all that had come to pass and found in his wife and father and grandfather sympa thetic and interested listeners to his wonderful story GOIl spoke of sons who are to be sheltered with us in the ark while as yet no child has come to bless our home said Noah in conclusion- A gleam of hope and joy sprang into the eyes of tho wife whose hungry heart had been waiting all the years for the coming of little ones and she exclaimed Surely this shall be a sign unto us of Gods presence and favor and the promise of a new race and people The years rolled by busy years for Noah as he labored in gathering materials for his great ship and trying years as he suffered under the ridi cule ant persecution of lila country menJavan came around a short time oft er Noah had begun the task of gath ering the materials for the ark He listened to the story and Noah warned him of the coming judgment of God You neednt worry so much about the judgment of your socalled God as you need to worry over the judgment of some of those against whom you are preaching so much sneered Javan as he turned to go and making a sinister motion towards the timbers Noah was preparing In the center of the grove of gopher wood Once Noah found his timbers cut in such a way that had they gone into the ark undiscovered they would have endangered the structure as it rode on the waves At another time he found the planking bored full of holes and filled again with a substance that hid the holes but would have soaked out and admitted the water Javans hand was In it as Noah knew but the spirit of God made Noah keen to detect ever attempt against the arks safety But Javan was overheard to say one dayFlood or no flood that thing will never float In the early ears of the building the promise of God of sons was fulfilled in the birth of three boys and the glad parents named them Sbeui Ham and Japheth Noah saw in their coming the sign oi Gods favor and rejoiced as he labored So through the years the work pro gressed Tho years lengthened Into decades and the decades plied up towards the century mark The tenth decade had begun and the ark was nearing completion The great hulk loomed up again the oky From far it could be seen and during all these years multitudes had flocked to see it and had heard Noahs warnings Father Lamech and Grandfather Methuselah who were still members of Noahs household had helped in the work of building The pitching of the craft was almost completed Another day was drawing near its close and Noah had gone home while Lamech lingered to put a few final touches upon some of the inner work A stealthy tread in the gallery be low arrested his attention and hasten- Ing thither he saw in the gloom a crouching figure gathering chips and preparing to fire the Inflamable struc ture for with Its pitch within and without it would have burned like tin der It was but the work of a second to knock the flaming torch from tho hand of the Intruder and stamp out its fire and then the two men grappled In deadly strife The next morning the mystery of aIby of his old enemy Javan Upon the face of Lamech there rested a joyful smile of victory for he had triumphed over Gods enemy and had gone to his reward while horror and fear distorted the features of Javaa as he entered the valley of death and came face to face with God This tragedy brought grief to Noahs household but it also revealed to them the protecting presence of God In pre serving the ark from destruction and they were devoutly thankful Noah bore tidings of the Ignomini ous dcathV of Javan to his household He spoke of God and pointed out the certain punishment of sin and unbelief and warned cff the coming judgment And that day Nqahs preach- Ing was not in vain for three of Ja vans fair daughters were brought to repentance and faith In God How mysterious are Gods provi dences Out of his enemys household God gave Noah souls for his hire and these three sisters found refuge and salvation in the ark as the wives of Noahs sons Bard Substance The crown of a human tooth is coy ered by a brilliant white cap of ename which is not only the hardest tissue of the human body consisting as it does of 965 per cent of mineral and of 35 per cent of animal matter but also the hardest known organic substance Not the Real Thing A stepmother may not fall short In ariy ofr her duties but she falls short when It comes to enthusiasm There Is no substitute in the world for a moth ers enthusiasm Atchlson GlobaI Vj4 t 1 ttJ 1fj tt r a r t j y J l J f STATE NEWS PICKUPS n SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR The Hunt Site Bill Is Now In Full Force and Effect Frankfort Ky Feb lliGo Beck ham signed and approved the Hunt site bill and It 1s now in full force and effect The state house commissioners held a meeting and had all the owners of the Hunt site land before them endeavoring to reach an agree ment by which the line on tho north of the Hunt property from Shelby to Logan streets can bo made straight so that a broad street can be opened along tho north border of tho property The property owners announced that they would agree among themselves to make the line straight A proposi ion will be made to tho city of Frank fort to purchase a strip of ground 40 feet wide and 400 feet long so as to make Main street 90 feet wide for Its full length up to the Hunt site If tba city will do this tho commissioners will open up a street 100 feet wide from Shelby to Logan streets a distance of 900 feet CHARGED WITH SHORTAGE Sheriff Resigned and Was Arrested By His Deputy Hazard Ky Fob 1GMonday morning Sheriff E II Cornell handed his resignation to County Judgo Ev ersole and It Is alleged fled to escape arrest jy bondsmen for tho embezzle ment of 3500 Deputy Sheriff Combs is now on his way back to Hazard with Cornett in his custody Cornells alleged shortage followed the failure to obtain his quietus from the state auditor in December Ills bondsmen however immediately came to Cornetts rescue and put up the f2700 necessary to get his quietus which he secured just In the nick of tlmo to execute his bond as the law prescribes that a sheriff must have ob tamed his quietus and produced it In open court on tho first Monday in January The bondsmen say ihey will prosecute him to tho fullest extent of the law COLORED MURDERER HANGED He Confested To the Shocking Crime While on the Scaffold Owensboro Ky Feb 18 Roy Green colored was hanged hero for the brutal murder of James Coomes a white man at the fair grounds on July 31 last year A large crowd of farmers witnessed the execution In tho jail yard Green had previously main tamed his innocence but when ho mounted the scaffold he confessed committing the cruel murder He claimed however ho killed Coomes In selfdefense but the evidence at the trial showed that the crime was one or the most coldblooded and shocking ever perpetrated In this section of the state After making his confession to the officers the deputy sheriffs adjust ed the black cap and a few seconds later his body dropped Into space Tho fall broke his neck and ho was pronounced dead In six minutes A DISCHARGED EMPLOYE Shot and Wounded President Stewart of the Stewart Iron Works Covington Ky Feb 17R C Stewart jr president anti treasurer of the Stewart iron works was shot over the hart by George J Woclfcl 50 of 1044 Russell street Covington formerly one of his highestsalaried employes The shooting took place in tho office of the company Seventeenth and Madison avenue and the wound ed man was aided to his home 1C31 Madison avenue where his condition was pronounced not critical Woelfel was arrested by Patrolmen Doheny and Schmelng on a charge of shooting to killIt Continued Until March Term Lexington iCy Feb 17The case of Lewis Mitchell the negro servant charged with an attempt to poison the family of Judge James H Mulligan antI which created such a sensation at the time was called In the circuit court and continued unlll the March termProtests Against Assessment Lexington Ky Feb 19 Charles II Berryraan manager of the Elracndorf farm of J B Haggln has filed before County Judge F A Bullock a petition protesting against the valuation as fixed by the board of supervisors up on various tracts of land owned by Mr Hoggin Little Girl Burned To Death Ellzabethtown Ky Feb 18Ruth Kerrick tho threeyearold laughter of Mr and Mrs Harvey Kerrick of near town lost her life by fire Her clothing Ignited from the fireplace and she was so badly burned that she died shortly in Iho greatest agony Brakeman Badly Injured Clay City Ky Feb 18An L E freight brakeman named Stricklin was caught between the drawheads of two cars and badly bruised The chances for his recovery aro doubtful He was taken to the hospital at Lexington The Second Set of Twins Henderson Ky Feb ISTwln girls were born to the wife of County Cleric L W Powell This is the second set of twins In this family with In two years There are 18 children In all In the family Planing Mill and Factory Burned Warsaw Ky Feb 1GThe plan Ing mill and furniture factory of J H Daniels Son Co of this place was destroyed by fire catching from tho boilers The loss Is about 25000 on which there is no Insurance The fac tory employed 60 hands Wants To Succeed Gilbert Cadiz Ky Feb ISHon Felix A Grasty sheriff of Trlgg county has announced himself as a candidate for senator from the Third district to succeed the late J Gilbert of Mur ray Charged With Murder Leltchflold Ky Feb 17Graysoa Layman and Sam Miller neighbors living near Millwood had an altercation In which Miller was stabbed to death Layman came to this city and surrendered He was locked in jail charged with murder Selling Cigarettes To Children Covington Ky Feb 16The report of the grand jurY created a sensation when It was announced that they had fop rid 34 indictments against persons who are alleged to have sold cigarettes to school children S r4 i r pI c r VVT CHARGE AGAINST OFFICERS It Is Alleged That They Robbed Two Women Owensboro Ky Feb 16 William Gates and James Rhodes members of the Owensboro police force were arrested on warrants sworn out by Mrs Forest Mason anti her sister Susie Fields charging them with robbery and breach of the peace The women allege that the officers came to their home in tho western part of tho city and demanded 25 from each The policemen the women say beat them and knocked them about the room They then drew their pistols and forced the women to get out all the money they possessed and give ILia them The women also charge the officers with taking the Fields girl to the front perch and tearing her clothes off The thermometer was at zero at the time and she suffered Intensely from the cold The officers resigned from the police forceVTHE HARGIS HEARING Chief Justice Hobson Postponed It Until February 25 Frankfort Ky Feb isChlef Justice Hobson of the Kentucky court of appeals postponed until Saturday February 25 next the hearing before that court of the Hargls case Involv- Ing the question of jurisdiction between the Fayetle and Breathitt cduh ty circuit courts In the murder trials The continuance was granted because of the Illness of Magistrate Ed wards of Brealhltt the principal wit ness of both sides In continuing the hearing the court ordered that the answer of the stato be filed and permits the attorneys for the Hargises lo take the deposition of Edwafda to be used only in the event that he is not able to be here when the case Is again calledV THE WINCHESTER COLLEGE The Methodist Board Has Decided To Rebuild the Structure Lexington Ky Feb 18 Accepting an offer made by the people of Winchester to the educational board of the Methodist Episcopal church south the latter body which met here decid ed to rebuild at once the college do slroyed by fire In Winchester Winchester people appeared before the board and offered to give any amount necessary to reconstruct the college buildings over and above the 20000 Insurance money This left tho board with nothing to replace but the library and furniture for the buildings W E BRADLEY The Well Known Distiller Succumbed To Heart Disease Frankfort Ky Feb 17W E Bradley 63 assistant treasurer and general manager of the Kentucky DIs llllcrfes anti Warehouse Co and broth er of Edsdn Bradley president of tho company of New York and one of tho promoters of the company died of heart disease after returning from the theater He was born In New York and is one of the bestknown dlsllllen In America He leaves an estate of over half a million and is survived by a wife and two children Unknown Man Killed Covington Ky Feb IGAn un known man was killed by a train on the L N tracks back of the car hams in Central Covington Tho mans neck was broken and his right arm anti side were considerably man gled by the wheels of the train They Deny the Report Louisville Ky Feb 18 Officials of the Louisville Henderson St Louis railroad deny that they are planning to build their own line from West Point to Louisville thus abandoning their present use of the Illinois Central tracks He Gave Bond Hazard Ky Feb ISE II Cor nett late sheriff of Perry county was arraigned waived examination and gave bond He Is charged with the embezzlement of public money His alleged shortage amounts to 3000 or 3500 Young Man Shot By a Physician Smithland Ky Feb 17Blunt Hodge a young man of Smithland was shot and dangerously wounded by Dr Fred G LaRue who claimed that Hodge had broken up his home The physician fired four times at Hodge three bullets taking effect Made Special Judge Frankfort Ky Feb 18Coy Beck ham appointed B B Pelrie of Todd county to serve as special circuit judge in Logan county for the coming lenn the regular judge being unable lo sit rjad To Be Killed Lexington Ky Feb 17Col Mil ton Young hind the misfortune lo lose a valuable anti promising colt through an accident at the association track The youngster was being led over the ground when ho slipped on the leo anti fell breaking a leg Given Death Sentence Madlsonvllle Ky Feb 1GThe jury in the case of Garth Tompkins colored charged with the murder of Jim Brame colored two years ago last Christmas returned a verdict of guilty and fixed punishment at death Attempted Assassination Leitchficld Ky Feb 16Mrs Ida Stevenson a widow living with her daughter was paid a visit by unknown parties who fired several shots with shotguns Into the house tearing away the windows and doing the house great damage He Showed Great Nerve Olive Hill Ky Feb 11B F True dale a prominent sawmill man of this county lost all the fingers off of one hand by hitting the saw He displayed remarkable nerve by cutting ol with a knife the hanging fingers After the Postmastership Manchester Ky Feb 17There are four applicants for the Manchester post office They are Judge James Evcrsole present incumbent Squire S G Reid deputy circuit clerk Jas T Morgan and Mrs Mary Howard wife of James B Howard Both Go To the Pen Gray son Ky Feb 17John and Mlckle Parker convicted of killing Garfield Gibson in Carter City at a soldiers reunion In October last were sentenced John to serve jJVand MICkle 2L years in the penitential t Si 1i5eV- a Jo- jEOWEYMAINTA1NTKEOUARVR b OF THEIB SEX The Importance that Attaches to the Care of the Blood If One Wonts Ilrlght Ejres anti a Clear ComplezlouVEvery sensible woman naturally wishes VVto appear attractive She knows thevalue of bright eyes delicate complexion and lively spirits Sho knows also that good health isat the basis of her charms and that good blood is the source of good health 7 Va Miss Mamio Conway has a complexion which is theadmiration of all who know her Asked if she could make any sag gestions that would be helpful to others less fortunate alto said My complexion vronld not have pleased you if you had seen it two years ago It was then about as bad ns ib could be and it gave mo a great deal of dissatisfaction If you want a goodVmust take care of your health especially of tim condition of your blood My health was at that time completely broken down 1 was nervous had frequent headaches a liver and a great deal of pain iu that regionPI suffered also from indigestion It wanVcleartbatmnybloodwas inbadconditlon koout flu ovemyfaco dl It is hard to isnt the slightest trace otlSil VVS- ishes now It was unfortunately quite otHer wise then andalong timo passed before I found anything that gave me any re lief I became very weak anti listless The doctors medicine did me no good and I took a number of highly recom mended tonics with no better result Aa Boon however as I began to use Dr Williams Pink Pills for Palo People my complexion cleared up and after I had taken two boxes there was not a sign of n piraplo left on my face My cheeks became rosy Igained flesh and have had perfect health over since I Rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes are merely signs of healthyblood They have comeuotoulyinthocasoofMissConway whose homo isat 1241 EastEighth street Canton Ohio but to thousands of women for whom Dr Williams Pink Pills have made new blood There isno surer way for you to obtain them than to tVbuy n box of theso pills from any drug gistand try them for yourself They conVrect irregularities anti banish weaknessV A pupil in a Lynn Mass school was asked by his teacher to give the definition of a vacuum I cant just describe it said he but I have it in my head Lippincotts Magazine Millions of egetab1eaVWhen the Editor read 10000 plants for 16c he could hardly believe it but upon second reading finds that the John A Balzer o La Crosse Wis than whom there are no more reliable and ex tensive seed growers in the world makes this offer which is made to get you to test Salzers Warranted Vegetable Seeds They wjhi send you their big plant and seed catalog together with enough seed to grow 1000 fine solid Cabbages 2000 rich juicy Turnips 2000 blanching nutty Celery5Vr tI42000 rich 1000 splendid OnionV1000 rare luscious Radishes 1000 gloriously brilliant FlowersVALL Poll BCT iSo POSTAGE providing you will 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and do as much as anybody I sleep well and feel no discomfort at nil A TRIAL FREE Address FosterVMilburn Co Buffalo N Y For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents Positive Comparative Superlative j5iickr5 new one also ono for at friend would not be without on for twice the cost They are just as far ahead fof common as common on Is ahead of nothing AffUCATIONlT Be sure you dont get one of the corn monklnd thUlstha mark of excellence A J TOWER CO any man suffered pain my not boxes they coat TOWER CANADIAN CO LIMITED Halitri ef Wit Wtather Ctoihlny tnt Hats 3Is VV Salzcrs Natlcmal Oats rv Oreatett oat of th centnrr s31iaalo2sAsnainsDakotep rmera You can beat that record In VVFor19e and tfclsneUce we malt yon free lota of farm seed Sampler and jour blc cataloic telU OatwondeesadShoaiand i JOHMASALZERSEEDC8 4V BEGGS CHEBRY COUGH SYRUP cures coughs and colds I1uh- lbtANZE 2002 t It NEWS ITEMS fOR J THE BUSY READER What Has Recently Transpired Throughout the World 1 THE DOINGS OF CONGRESSMEN I Labors Unrest In Russia and Interest Ing Foreign News Crimes and 4Casualltles and Important In Notedfrt Senator Bard Introduced an amend tq ment to the Indian appropriation bill V providing that no portion of the funds appropriated by the bill shall be avail able for the support of any sectarian or denominational school Senator Clark Mont from the committee yn foreign relations report ed favorably the bill authorizing the k construction of an irrigation dam across the RIe Grande river between tho United States an411 Tj iitrtTii fcKRceicrorton the oninl j bu lima bill agreed to carries S2 121 D direct appropriations for 1759 claimants It refers to the court of claims bills amounting to from 500 000 to 750000 I The house entered an emphatic pro test against tho action of the senate I In amending tho agricultural appro priation bill so as to Interrupt the drawback feature of the DIngley tariff affecting wheat i1 The house committee on Indian at 2fairauthorized a favorable report on tho McGuIre bill authorizing an equal I0 division of the lands and moneys of ltheOsago tribe of Indians The Mann bill to provide a govern ment for the canal zone was passed in the house Tho bill gives all the right of government of the Isthmian i canal zone to the president until tho l end of the next congress In order to facilitate action at this session on the statehood bill the house passed a resolution sending that measure as amended by the senate di rectly into conference without nn op c portunity being afforded to debate It N7The senate passed the bill appropri 9940000 for the District ot Co and the diplomatic and consu i 1ntlng bill carrying 2156 senate terminated its contro 4 versy with the house over the amend of ment construelng the provision In the T law relative to the drawbacl Ionimported wheat by receding from Itheamendment inserted in tho agri 9t pass10dRepresentative Hearst introduced a 3 bill prohibiting Interstate commerce in 1anyproduce ot labor of the soil or of mineral produced or controlled by a monopoly The pension appropriation bill car Tying 138250100 was passed by the k house in recordbreaking time j MISCELLANEOUS The bill introduced at the sugges tion of Gov Folk by Senator Dickin son which provided that witnesses who testify In bribery prosecutions be exempt from prosecution was defeated in the Missouri senate J President Roosevelt was the guest cf the Hungarian Republican club in east side New York He was well guarded by police and secret service men At the annual reunion of the New t York Alumni association of theWest ern Reserve university of Cleveland O Charles F Thwing president of the university lamented the fact that college faculties are no longer recruit ed from the strongest men In the St country H W Fletcher lowered the worlds automobile one mile record one sec I 3 rmidby driving the 60horse power ma Schine of O F Thomas that distance in 45 seconds 4 Members of the Chicago Commercial f club who went to Cuba two weeks ago to study the resources of that islandc have returned enthusiastic over the possibilities of the new republic 1FA Falkenburg head counsel of the Woodmen of the World died ot a j complication of nervous and kidney troubles at Los Angeles Cal Marguerite 16 and Mamie 5 daugh ters of EtU rewer a farmer Ihlng- neariTexafKanaArkwereF burned top t death 4 4 Flre partly destroyed the Brevoort 4 house Chicago causing a loss of 100 000 to the building and hotel furnish ings and forcing 150 guests to make r a hurried departure Thr2e firemen were injured An entire brigade of the New Jer 4 sey National guard will participate In- the jaaugural parade and will serv as the personal escort of Gov Stokes Slr F Secretary Hitchcock recommends the reduction of the amount of Osage 1t Indian lands In Oklahoma covered by oil leases from upwards of 1500000 acresto 68QOOO acres Alexander Mead a colored man 116 years old died at Toledo O Mead was born in slavery October 24 1789 t- near the Big Sandy river in Greenup 3 county Kentucky t 2s Branch societies of the Red Cross gre toTbe organized In each state and iiuijA fierce gale ragt Northern In p diana and snow wlilf flitted higher 4EthinntherooCs of cars Rauvray traf 3ficwas almost paralyzed Fifty vessels will be added to Japans naval strength as a result of salvage operations at Port Arthur in Ilf raising sunken vessels cI The New York Shipbuilding Co has notified the navy department that the armored cruiser Washington will be 4 launched Iii Camden N J March 18 Reports loll of loss ot life and tre 4 mentions damage to property In the country around Hattiesburg Miss The weather was the coldest ever known In those parts 1a A group of Russian cavalry has ap parently again begun activity on the JapaneseJeCt A receiver was appointed for the A f Haas Sons Pants Co St Louis one i t of the oldest established firms In the kl city r Meyers Rothschild a wellknown 4y racetacicnianot Chicago commit I 1 f Jted BuTcideat a hotel in Los Angeles lViby shooting A bill providing Jar the establish Hient of a state oil refinery was pass l ed by the Kansas house by Ii vote of 4 91 to 301 The bill had already passed J the senate 1 Tim full powers of an archbishop of T hralholic church were vest vupoXXofifc Rev Henry jtfoeller af St Pairs cathedral CjnclnnaUwhenI Cardinal Gibbons d over Bhulfonp a plain woolen band the naliftirnV b c i i i c l Ti g r e i re s f JJ 4 4 i r I I ExGov Horace Boise of Iowa is lying critically ill at Hot Springs Ark where he went for his health The Japanese minister had a long conference with Secretary Hay After he left Count Casslnl called This has revived peace talk The Pacific mail steamship Korea sailed for the Orient with a cargo of 11000 tons of merchandise which In eludes a large amount of war material for tho Japanese government United States district attorneys and marshals received an order from At torney General Moody prohibiting them or any of their emlll yes from doing any kind of lobby work before the Missouri legislature An entire detachment of Japanese cavalry which had destroyed the rail way bridge between Mukden and liar Un was wiped out Russian cavalry overtook the raiders who are said to have refused quarters and fought until the last man was killed The Japanese began a heavy can nonading on the Russian right flank near Mukden and the firing continued all through the next day It Is thought the Japanese are preparing for a gen eral attack The presidents message transmit ting to the senate the new Santo Do mingo protocol was read at an cxecu- Uiedsslon The subject of the Monroe doctrine Is discussed at some length especially as regards the rela lions of the United States to the republics of the south The pardon board granted a contin uance of 30 days in the case of Mrs Kate Edwards who had been sentenc ed to hang for tho murder of her hus band at Reading Pa Her colored par amour Samuel Greason was granted a rehearingAt N J when the at tempt was made to hang Frank Ras Inger tho rope broke and Raislnger dropped to the ground The fall broke his neck Nearly 300 Filipinos comprising the battalion of Philippine scouts who have been at the Worlds fair for nearly a year left St Louis in a spe cial train for Fort Thomas Ky A movement Is on foot to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln on February 12 1909 Surrounded by his family Gen Lew Wallace author of Ben Bur one time minister to Turkey anl veteran of the Mexican and civil wars died at his home In Crawfordsvllle Ind aged 78 years The health ot Gen Wallace has been waning for several years A diamond weighing 324 carats has been discovered in South Africa In the vicinity of the place where the largest diamond ever unearthed was recently found To successfully fight the trusts with in Its borders a constitutional conven tion may be called to broaden the powers of the Kansas legislature The house committee on military af fairs authorized a favorable report on a Joint resolution providing that union and confederate battlefiags In the custody of the war department shall be returned to the proper author Itles in the states where regiments were organized The president has ordered an investigation of the Standard Oil Co In a letter to Commissioner of Corpora lions Garfield the president outlined his views and ordered that the Inves tigation be rigid and comprehensive If the senate does not pass the Townsend rate bill at this session the president will surey call an extra sea sion of congress In the fall to wrestle with the problem Jay Cooke 83 whose fame as a f- inancIer is worldwide died at the home of his soninlaw Charles D Barney at Ogontz a suburb of Philadel phiaUpon the pressure ot President Cas tro the court has ordered the seques tration of the landed property of the American Asphalt Co In Venezuela- A United States squadron of 14 war ships will visit Havana on March 10 Funds with which to prosecute the inquiry into the methods of the Stand ard Oil Co in Kansas were asked of the house by Secretary Mctcalf of the department of commerce and labor For the first time In history the leg islative wheels of the government were stilled for a portion ofji lay to pay tribute to a womans memory The occasion was the formal accept ance by congreSfrom the state of Illinois of a statue of Frances Fl Wll lard the first national president ot the Womens Christian Temperance Union The final signing of the British parcels post treaty is a source of consid erable gratification to officials In Washington and a substantial increase in the volume of postal business is ex pected to follow Dr W S Haines and O W Lewke who have been analyzing the stomach and liver of Mrs Marie WelkerHoch the latest alleged victim of Johann Hoch declared definitely that the wom ans death was due to arsenical poi soningA Introduced in the Kan sas legislature provides for a vote of the people in 1906 on the question of calling a constitutional convention The new constitution would be expect ed to be very strongly against trusts Health Omcer Spratllngat Cristo bal canal zone states positively that it has not been shown that yellow fe ver docs exist or has existed In Colon since July L Three carloads of statuary and oth er plaster works of art sent by the recent Louisiana Purchase Exposition Co for use In tho inaugural ceremonies have arrived in Washington Snow to the depth of from three to five feet fell In Northwestern Penn sylvaniaA for the establishment of a state oil refinery has been Introduced in the Colorado legislature Daniel H McCarthy at one time one of the bes known cartoonists in the country is dead in New York of heart trouble President and Mrs Roosevelts reception to the army and navy the last of the formal evening social levees at the white house for the season of 1905 was the largest and most bril liant this season GeStalkenbcrg Jmd three Russian infantry colonels were wounded In the fighting on the jfrlun river Seventeen Chinese have been ar rested at Mukden charged with being Japanese spies Letters of administration were granted on the estate of George E Smith known in racing circles as Plttsburg Phil to his mother Eliza beth Downing of Allegheny county Pennsylvania and to Walter Keyes Estate valued at 1025000 Jn spite of Emperor Nicholas per sonal Inclination In favor of the zems ky zabor as intimated to Count Leo Deonovltch Tolstoi the imperial decision to summon this parliament has not yet been taken The United Stats cruiser Galveston was placed in commission st Norfolk Va l n rI16 nuniber 243 as against 207 last week 231 in tho like week In 1904 and 138 in 1903 The president favors the building of three new battleships Instead of two as the bill in congress now stands Charles E Rogers a wealthy lumber dealer of Brooklyn was Instantly killed by falling down the hatchway of the steamer Cuzza while he was inspecting a cargo of mahogany The final meeting for this congress of the house committee on merchant marine and fisheries was held A bill was favorably acted on abolishing the requirement for licensed mates on sailing vessels The navy department has awarded contracts to Llnd Co of New York and McCall of Baltimore for the transportation of 60000 tons of coal to the naval stations at Cavite Philippine Islands Representatives of about 00 crude petroleum producing companies met In Chicago anti took the first steps to ward the formation of an organization wtjich they declare will be of national strength inside of a year According to reports In circulation the Dowager Empress of Russia has received a threatening letter warning her that she will be tho next victim Christopher W Bergen former congressman from Now Jersey Is dead at his home In Havrcford a suburb of Philadelphia aged G4 President Roosevelt has not aban doned his idea of obtaining with the leading powers of the world definite comprehensive and effective agreements as to a scheme of international arbitrationMrs Westover died at Wyo cena WIs in her 105th year Her father assisted in the capture of Fort Ticonderoga under Ethan Allen Fifteen thousand members of organ ized labor In Colorado will assemble in Denver March 2 when the legisla ture is scheduled to act on the report of the committee that has been inves tigating the claims of Adams and Pea body to the governship of Colorado Five men were killed and 13 injured in an accident on No2 slope of No 1 colliery of the Lyttlo operation at Pottsville Pa by a fall of top rock while a gunboat loaded with 18 men on their way to work was going down the shaft Five people were burned to death Inn dwelling house at Howe Brook plan tation about 50 miles north of Island Falls Me The Mexican government has appointed n commission of artillerymen to make a report on a new explosive invented by a New York man who has offered the exclusive use thereof to MexicolUdshlpmanSamuel Westray Battle of the second class at the naval acad emy and a son of Surgeon Samuel W Battle U S N retired of Ashcville N C dropped dead in the Annapolis acedemy Rt Rev William E McLaren Prot estant Episcopal bishop of Chicago died In New York Ills death was due to heart failure According to a dispatch front Muk den special reports have been received at the place stating the surrender of Port Arthur occurred against the wishes of most officers of the garrison- J L Crawford president of the Peo pIes Coal Co Scranton Pa died at his winter home In Indian River Fla He was well known in anthracite trade and was prominent among the oper ators during the last strike Field Marshal Oyama reports that the Russians are continuing their de fensive works In all directions They continued to shell portions of the Japanese lines The Symes block Denver Col a threestory structure occupied by stores and omces was destroyed by fire entailing a loss estimated at 300 000 Seven business houses were con sumed at Tyler Tex entailing a loss estimated at 150000 John B Blackhawk 26 a full blood ed Winnebago Indian Just returned home from tho Carlisle Indian school has eloped with and married Olive Hart tho 19yearold daughter of a Ponder Nebj physician Ono person was killed two others were injured and several narrowly es caped as the result of the collapse of a ruined building in West Fourteenth street Chicago President Roosevelt sent a message of condolence to the Czar over tho murder of his uncle Grand Duke Ser gins The Japanese navy department an nounces the seizure of the British steamer Sllvlana bound for Vladivos tok with Cardiff coal The placo where the seizure was made is not stated in the dispatch The strike situation In St Peters burg is growing menacing It has as sumed the form of a lockout the Putl loff iron works the FrancoRussian works the Russ Amerlcan rubber works and a few smaller concerns haying discharged all their employes with the notice that the works will be shut down indefinitely throwing out thou sands of workl1enISir Chentung LiangCheng the Chinese minister presented to President Roosevelt an oil parting of the Dowager Empress of China Robert L Archer has been detailed for duty on the post office and court house building at Huntington W Va as superintendent of construction Ennis R Austin has been detailed as superintendent of construction on the postofflce building now being erected at Richmond Ind Dr G HP Smith has been appointed pension examining surgeon at Newcastle Ind vice Dr E E Kirk resigned Secretary Shaw estimates that for the year ending June 30 1906 It will cost 9000000 to collect the customs and this amount is asked for The navy department has decided to forego the usual winter maneuvers of the combined fleets In the Carib bean this year The inaugural committee Is making substantial progress in its work Some 62085 has been subscribed to the guaranty funo and all ot it has been paid in- Russian ministers and the czar arc discussing the advisability of estab fishing a cohesive cabinet The National Association of Ma chinery Supply Dealers was organized by machinery supply men of northern state between New York and Milwau kep William Cullen Bryant the publisher of the Brooklyn Times and secretary of the American Newspaper Publlslers association died at a sanitarium In Plalnfleld N J- Experiments were made between Paris and London wfth a new rapid telegraphic apparatus The inventors say that the instrument can transmit 40000 words an hour with the help of six clerks r w 4 t i IETTERILE DEATH Grand Duke Sergius Uncle ofthei Czar Assassinated A Bomb Thrown Under His Carriage Exploded Tearing the Victims Body Into Ghastly Fragments Littering the Snow Moscow Feb 18 Within the walls of the farfamed Kremlin palace and almost underneath the historical toIer from which Ivan the watched the heads of his enemies tall ing beneath the ax on the famous Retil square and within a stones the great boll of Moscow Grand Duke SergliiH uncle and brotherinlaw ofI Emperor Nicholas and the chief of the reactionaries me a terrible death Tho deed was committed by a single terrorist who threw beneath the carriage of the grand dufco a bomb charg ed with the same high power explo sive which wrought Minister von Plch yes death The missile was packed with nails and fragments of Iron MilI Its explosion tore the imperial vic tins body to ghastly fragments which strewd the snow for arllsI aroundTho assassin belongs to the noted lighting group of the socialist revolutionary party which has removed other prominent officials and long since passed sentence of death upon Grand Duke Sergius The grand duke knew that ho stood in the shadow of deathWhen the dukes carriage was In front of the courts of justice where the walls of the triangle approach forming a narrow entrance to the Nikolsky gate a man clad in work mans attire stepped forward from tim sidewalk and threw a bomb which he had concealed beneath his coat A terrible explosion followed and a hail of Iron pelted the grim stone walls of the arsenal and courtn of justice A thick cloud of smoke snow and debris arose When it had cleafed a ghastly sight was presented On the snow lay fragments of the body of Grand Duke Sergius mingled with the wreck of the carriage The grand dukes head had been torn from his body and reduced to a shapeless pulp and the trunk and limbs were frightfully man gled A finger bearing a rich seal ring was found lying several yards The crimson tint and sicken- Ing smell of blood were everywhere Only a few fragments of cloth indicated that the body had been onco clothed The coachman lay moaning with pain beside a deep hole in the pavement The horses dragging the front wheels of the carriage had dashed off maddened with pain to sink dy- Ing before they reached the gate Police officials rapidly gathered but before anything could be done towards collecting the scattered fragments of the body Grand Duchess Elizabeth drove up in an open carriage She had dropped her work at the head quarters of the Red Cross and sped to the scene of the crime without waiting to don her outer wraps She broke down entirely at the sight and dropped to her knees sobbing bitterly The assassin was thrown to the ground and stunned by the force of the explosion but he quickly arose and ran toward the gate attempting to escape His haste and the blood streaming from his face where he had been wounded by fragments of the ibomb attracted the attention of a sergeant of police who seized him be fore he could draw his revolver The man did not deny his crime but on the contrary gloried in its success St Petersburg Feb 2QIt has now been definitely decided that the remains of Grand Duke Sergius will not be brought to St Petersburg for the present but will be placed in a temporary receiving vault of the cloister of the Chaudoff monastery to await the completion of alterations now in progress in tho Romanoff mausoleum in the cathedral of St Peter and St Paul where the permanent interment will occur among the tombs of his ancestors On account of lack of space in the mausoleum it was decid ed last year henceforth to bury only rulers of the dynasty In the old mausoleum and a new sepulchre in the new wing of the cathedral is now be- Ing built for other members of the imperial family So grave is the danger of a repeti tion of the Moscow tragedy that sev oral of the grand dukes have not stir red out of their palaces since the murder and instead of going to TsarsUo Selo to attend the requiem there they have participated in special services held In the chapels of their own pal aces This was the case as regards the Grand Dukes Vladimir and Alexis A special requiem also was held In the winter palace that Gov Gen Tre port might attend Gen Trepoff Is known to be under sentence by the fighting organization of the social rev olutlonlsts and so far as can be ascer tamed has not left his quarters in the palaco since tho assassination of Grand Duke Sergius Tie Strike Spreading St Petersburg Feb 8The strike Is extending About 6400 employes of the Nevsky thread works joined In the movement The strikers now to tal about 30000 The temper of the men is more threatening anSI Cossacks have been called out Appeals For Peace St Petersburg Feb ISThe Em press of Russia has received from the women of Moscow an address piteous Iy appealing to her as a woman and a mother to use her Influenctf with the smperor to secure peace Confessed To Be Being Bribed 1ondonFeb lSThe Dally Man pubishes a story to the effect that a Russian noncommissioned officer has confessed he was bribed to put a load Ed shell in a saluting gun on tho occa non of the blessing of the waters of the Neva Death of Dr J H Grannis Saybrook Ct Feb lSDr Johns H Grannis said to have been the first union soldier to enter the town of Gettysburg at the time of the battle died here aged 60 He served In the ranks during the civil war Sylvester Scovels Remains New York Feb ISon board the steamer Havana which arrived from Havana was the body of Sylvester Scovel who died recently In Havana Mrs Scovel and C Scoyel a brother accompanied the body which will be taken to his homo in Ohio for burial Pipe Lines Common Carriers Topeka Kan Feb 8The Kansas house without dissenting vote pass ed the bill making oil pipe lines com mon carriers This is the second of the series of bills directed against the Standard Oil Co 1iti7AP r J r passing of Old Vermont Stock There were three marriages six births and 22 deaths in town last year 1 gloomy look certainly So says tho newspaper correspondence of one of out Vermont towns His indeed aglooiijy Not only Is the old stock dying out but there Is no infusion of new Think of the proportion of births to deaths Where one child Is born In this Vermont community there are four deaths Little wonder that the states population Is practically at a standstill Darrc Times Had to Keep His Eyes Open There Is an ancient mendicant long known to those who go through Vesey street 10 the North river ferries New York city who has lately laid away hits Pity the thin sign from lila wheezy organ and now helps pick up waste paper and fruit skins In the Pennsylvania railroad station Jersey City His excuse Is convincing You see he says times got so hard I just had to lIeep my eyes open to do any bus iness at allSuccess Magazine Mosquito Congress The unpopularity of the mosquito does not decrease with the lapse of time The delegates attending the PanAmerican Medical congress in Panama early In January unanimously declared that considering that the mosquito is the duet if not the only means of contagion of yellow fever It Is resolved to recommend to the countries represented at this congress to exterminate mosquitoes Youths Companion Rivets in Steamships The important part which rivets play in the construction of modern steel steamships is well illustrated by the fact that in the new Ciinard liner Caronla the largest ship ever constructed In Great Britain no fewer than 1800000 rivets were used the total weight repro sented being about tons The great er part of the riveting work was done by hydraulic power True Heroism The hero fears not that if he withheld the avowal of a just and brave act it will go unwitnessed and unloved One knows Ithlmselfand is pledged by It to sweetness of peace and to nobleness of aim which will prove In the end a better proclamation of it than the relating of the incident Emerson Steady Job One of the most remarkable instances of hereditary office among solicitors is that of acting undcrsheriff for the city of London Mr Tufnell Burchcll sitata his sheriffs court in lied Lion square on the bench that his father grandfather and greatgrandfather successively occu pledSt James Gazette Greyhound Fastest Hunters of big game used at one tims to say that there was species of antelope In South Africa which could escape any dug but a test made with two good greyhounds proved this assertion un true So far as is known a greyhound Is the fastest animal on earth Striking an Average The pay Is shockingly small lorraine of our public officials said the broad minded man Yes answered the cynic but It averages up Some of the public officials are shockingly small for their pay Washington Star Getting Ahead of Nero Nero had Just given orders for the burning of Rome How lovely exclaimed his wife I wlll begin with the money right away Herewith she hastened forth to shop while he hunted for his flddleN Y Sun Cheerful Charity Misabie folks aint half so charitable as happy ones and I dont believe five dollars from one of em would go halt so fur or be half so comfortln as a kind word straight out of a cheerful heart IM Alcott t The Versatile Grip The grip has 17 forms and when a man gets rid of it in one shape it comes back in another H Is neer sate tor him to knock on wood ana say he Is cured for It will hear and come backAtch ison Globe Parasite Thrives The parasitic enemy of the codling mqth recently brought from Europe and now being experimented with in Call fornia is thriving there greatly under the care of the state horticultural com- missIon Vengeful Veteran A former army officer plays a hand or gun on the streets of Sheffield and between times lectures on the methods of the British war office which he says reduced him to penury MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Feb 18 CATTLECommon 275 400 Heavy sleersu 4 85 5 25 CALVESExtra 7 50 HOGS Ch packers 5 10 5 15 Mixed packers 4 95 5 05 SHEEPExtra 5 30 5 40 LAMBSExtra 6 7 75 FLOUR Spring pat 60 6 45 WHEATNo 2 red 1 18 1 20 No 3 winter 1 09 CORNNo2 mixed 4n 4 OATSNo 2 mixed 3- 3OATSNo2 mixed 33 33IJ RyENo2 84 87 IIAYCh timothy 12 50 PORKClear mess U 10 LARDSteam 6 S7d BUTTER Ch dairy f 20 Choice creamery 34 APPLESChoice 2 75 3 25 POTATOESPer bbl 1 50 1 60 TOBACCONew 5 00 13 00 Old 4 50 14 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 5 10 5 20 WHEAT No 2 red 1 20 123Y- No3 red 1 08 lIS CORNNo 2 mixed 44l f- OATSNo2 mlxed30 3- 1RYENo2 7Gy PORKMess 12 65 12 70- LARDSteam 6 72t 6 75 New York FLOURWin strts 5 50 5 85 WHEAT No 2 red 1 24 CORNNo2 mixed j 50 OATSNo2 mixed 37 38 RYE Western 80 PORKFamily 14 50 15 00 LARDSteam 720 Baltimore CATTLESteers 3 50 4 50 SHEEPNo 1 fat 325 375 LAMBSSpring 5 50 6 50 CALVESChoice 8 75 9 00 HOG S Dressed 6 50 6 75 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 1 17 CORNNo2 mixed 47 mixedPORK 34 11 00 LARD Pure steam 6 50 Indianapolis WHEAT Jo 2 red i 1 18 CORN No 2 rnlxed45A- rS Nfrr admixed 33 1 I AI J 3 POINTS ON APPENDICITIS Jersey School Superintendent Turns Loose on Vermiform Mis information Many a layman has been stumped in trying to master the of the meTbodytakeIn nn aristocratic New Jersey suburb recently the superintendent of public schools WnII visiting a trade while a dlmonstratldThe compareditformation and drew a diagram for further illumination When the lesson Will finished the super importantbeen explained It is this curious ointed section at the base he said indicating the end of the vertebral column which is called the vermiform appendix You have all heardof appendicitis Very ooJellthat is the name given to a disease which is caused by an inflammation of this ap pendix An operation for appendicitis moans an amputation of tins useless appendix There ip a new superintendent of public Jerseytowji5SNEW ORLEANS WINE CELLAR Fine After Dinner Tale That Lacked the Element of Geographical Experience A lady newly arrived in Washington of treat wealth was at a dinner a few nights ago and amazed everybody by telling the brand and vintage of a rare wine without seeing the bottle or label says a Wash In ton correspondent of the New York Uorld How can you do itshe was asked Ohshe replied I was born in New Orleans you know and was raised there When I was a slip ofa girl my father used to take me down into his great wine cellar dustybottlesdown in those gloomy caves After the dinner the hostess said to her husband Wasnt it interesting to hear Mrs SnandSo tell her fathers wine cellars reatcried the brutal husband Absolutely great It was simply fine You know there isnt a cellar in New Orleans His Favorite Instrument The tout ensemble of that orchestra is Newrichsthink You bet it is responded Mr Newrich enthusiasticallyUJ like to watch the feller pllllin it slide it lack and forth itlleelandTHE NEIGHBORS ALL USE THEM NOW Quick Cure oMlhrnmntlim by Dodd Kidney Pillsflow They Saved the Shop of a Kanaan Black smith Cure AVn Per manent Too 2OthSpecalSoN E Albertson a local blacksmith tuat it almost seems like a miracle lie had Rheumatism bad he feared he would have to ivc up his shop One box of Dodds Kidney Pills drove all the pains and they have neerreturner saysIand arms for years Part of the time it nightMyarmhave to give up my blacksmith shop I went to the store and bought one box of Dodds Kidney 1ills and took them I have not had the Rheumatism since A great many of the neighbors are using Dodds Kidney Pills since they saw how they me The chief trouble with the man de ligned by nature for the smallpotato con tingent in the fact that he will per list in fancying that he U in the some pumpkin setJudge CUTICURA PILLS For Cooling and Cleanilnar the Blood 1m Torturing Disfiguring Humors 00 Chocolate Pills 2Sc Cuticura Resolvent Pills chocolate ccated are the product of twentyfive rearspractical laboratory experience in the preparation of remedies for the treatment of the akin scalp and blood with loss of hair and are confidently be lieved to be superior to all other blood purifiers however expensive Complete everyhumorsisting of Cuticura Soap to cleanse the skin Cuticura Ointment to heal the skin and Cuticura Resolvent rills to cool an cleanse the blood A single set is often sufficient to cure The are on the war path in Barriar This is the first outbreak tnat ban occurred in the Tones family for over 40 years Minneapolis Times Millions In Oat Salzers New National Oats yielded in Mich 240 bu in Mo 255 bu in N D 310 bu and in 30 other states from 150 to 300 bu per acre Now this Oat if gen erally grown in 1905 will acid millions of bushels to the yield and millions of dollar to the farmers purse Homebuilder Yellow Dent Corn grows like a weed and yields from 157 to 260 bushels and more per acre Its the big gest yielder on earth Salzers SpclU Beardless Barley Maca roni Wheat Pea Oat Billion Dollar Grass and Earliest Cane are money makers for you Mr Farmer JUST SEND vms KOTICn AND 100 in stamps to John A Salzcr Seed Co La Crosse Wis and receive their bilLcatalog and lots of farm seed samples K L Between pretending to be what we are not and not to what we are we are under a considerable strain to keep up appearancesPuckSpecial S to Southwest Feb 7 and 21 March 7 and21 1905 via Kansas City Southern Railway To Port Arthur Beaumont rexj Lake Charles Galveston Houston San Antonio Rfforgoiog ofIS Ror for further information re garding these excursions write to S G RyKansasS Raisuli is coming up in the social scale His name U nowwritten Rais Uli All he needs to get right into the swim isahyphen Washington Times Shake Into Your Shoes Allen FootKasc It cures painful swollen smarting sweating feet Makes new shoes Sold by all Drugists and Shoe Stores SampleFREEAddress Sqme of us are too apt to confuse grati interestChicagoTribune S A Guaranteed Cure for Piles Itching Blind Bleeding ProtrudlnnPiles Your druggist will refund money if FAZO OINTMENT to cure in 6 to 14 days We- S If you aint nothin in the world ta say an have jest rot to 68 it say it quickan have it ov withJudgeA t Marvel o- fRelief I e e II A HELTHY OLD AGE OFTENTHEBESTFARTOFLIFE Help fOr Women Passing Through Chango of Life Providence has allotted us each at least seventy years in which to fulfill our mission in life and it is generally our own fault if we die prematurely I JfrsMarynoetne JJ Nervons exhaustion invits disease This statement is the positive truth When everything becomes a burden and you cannot walk a few blocks with out excessive fatigue and you break yourfaceshaky at the least provocation and you cannot bear to be crossed In anything you are in danger nerves have given out ou need building up at once To build up womans Berv Otis system and during the period of change of life we know of no better medicine than Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Hero Is an illustration Mrs Mary L Koehne 371 Garfield Avenue Chicago Ill writes PinklmmsVegetableCompound never disappoints so felt I was ncaringthechanRoof life I commenced treatment with it I took in all about six bottles and it did ine a great deal of good It stopped my dizzy spells pains in back and headaches with which I had suffered for months before taking the Compound I feel that if ithad not been for this greatmed icine for women that should not have been alive today It is splendid for women old or youngand will surely cure all female diacr Mrs PinUham of Lynn Mass in vites all sick and ailing women to write her for advice Her great experience is at their service free of co- stStrawberry and Vegetable Dealers The Posneniter Department of the Illlnolt Central Railroad Company hare recently luued a publica tion known asCircular Mo Inwhlcn Is described the best territory In this country for the growing of carlr strawberries and early vegetables Every dealer In such products should address a postal card to the undersigned at nrucqcx wni requesting1 a copy of Circular No JFMERRT Ant GenlPassr Agent PATENTS48pago un book nice 1MI On 7th and March Zlst K sell tickets to Territory Eastern OIL 4 Q 7IfJi r 3 jSMixed Farming Wheat l Raising Ranching Three great pursuits has again shown re suits the FREE Home j stead Lands of Western Canada this year Msgnlficent climatefarmers plowing in their hirt sleeves In the middle All are bound he more than pleated with the final results of the seasons harvests fftjact Cost wood water in ihrandarice churches markets convenient ApplY for Information to SrIEulTzxi1STOr IllJllUKATlov Ottawa Canada or to 111 WILLIAMS Law Building Toledo O Authorized Canadian Government Agent Piiatt say wliirt oualD this adrtrtlicmtnt S PISOS TABLETS The New Boon for VAmanS Ills suff rlnt from sal form IsILENT Is 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terated or of coming la contact with dust dirt germs or unclean handsSIn each package of LION COFFEE you get one full poundof Pure Coffee Insist getting the genuine Lion head on every package f Shvo tho Lionbeads for valuable premiums SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE WOOLSON SPICE CO Toledo Ohio YOURE NEEDEDThe section traversed by the Missouri Kansas Texas Ry U wry comprehen sive Prom SU Louis Hannibal or Kansas City to Galveston qr San Antonio Is a 1 stretch of over one thousand miles of territory capable of sustaining a population Jmany times that of the present A thousand ot various degrees of en filly a wonderful produce of plants and crops oil gas and minerals are to be found Peopled by eager pushing wideawake citizens who believe the future of the South west and see tha virtue o encouraging enterprises of every description and of getting more and better facilities the opportunity is apparent The Southwest is realty in need of nothing save people More men are needed youfo noodeff There are vast areas of unimproved land not yielding the crops of which it capable The same thing In a way Is true of the towns r Few lines of business are adequately represented There are openings for mills and manufacturing plants small stores banks newspapers and lumber yards The oil and i gas fields of Kansas Indian Territory Oklahoma are practically new and offer won denful opportunities for development along commercial lines THE OPPORTUNITY IS NOW The K T has no lands for satewe are simply Interested in the upbuilding of the country We believe in the Southwest and know that with its needs opportunities the prospects are brighter and the future mote liopetulthanintheolder more States We want you to investigate conditions and satisfy yourself of the truthfulness of this February and 21st 7th and the M T Ky will excursion front St Hannibal and Kansas City Indian Oklahoma and Central end Texas at on to past schools of is cleansing than of this upon in is and M and You should take advantage of this opportunity to see the Southwest for yourself Weare in possession of all sorts of information valuable alike to the investor and t honieseeker II youareinterntedtelluiwhatyouwanthowmuch youbavctoinveat and we will gladly furnish the information Write today for a copy of our book Business Chances Its free Address ClOBGE P 1 T Hot 912Y St Louis Mo W P 316 Marquette Buildig Chicago F BOWSHtR P 408 Traction Boildiog Cincinnati Ohio LB P 318 CtbenaNatt Bask BIdg Des Moines lows C P Blossom house Kansas City Mo JzNcx1IsrMRIFLE PISTOL CARTRIDGES 1Its the shots that hit that count Winchester Rifle and Pistol Cartridges in all calibers hit that is they shoot accurately and strike a good hard pene trating blow This is the kind of cartridges you will get ifyou insist on having the timetried Winchester make iALL DEALERS SELL WINCHESTER MAKE OF CARTRIDGES ST- JACOBS 15Forthe For Lumbago and Sciatica I 1 t ti 7- tJPIr1II I 4 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY PER YEAR IN ADVANCE t JViUlrPBs nil vpniintmicntlntiR to TMK OUTLOOK PuntiiiiiNo Co or In JOHN W UONAKKK Owl IigHVIIIt KvSiihcorlrMTH desiring n change IIf- adlrpllit should IYII give prUiIlIlR ftddrcM when writing- Corrifppondenu urhun nut nf eta tionerv should mention fnot on a lPpnralG slip nf paper I r4nmrnIn ia allowed to any IIdj In ltlsorlltll1l1l1 4 TrtB OCTtoriK is sent one year for one dollar PIX nintiths for sixty vlITnunsnAY MAY 4 1005 ANNOUNCEMENT FOR REPRESENTATIVE We mithorired to announce riihiE Day of Morchrnd a cnn RcprocntaaA v tive from coun ties Fiihjert tn the action of the Democratic party f We at authorized to announce Wnllet Slurpof Shanishurg us a rnnilidnlo fur Representative from 1imli nnd Roivnn rounties subject r m the ntIItlr the Democratic a i party p cT = a MAY wheat tin tho Chicago Ex change ntudc a drop between Feb runry ond May Illf 3JJ cents pr bithe What In interesting the i farmer IL thn price of July and I August whit nt when they will have mine Infell By that time it will he down to 70 cents or less Live 7 turk has mostly declined in sym pathy with corn which fell with 41 wh nt Hope dropped 25c to 35c I rul45a to lOco sheep and lambs H 25c to JOe luft week k CORRESPONDENCE Jl a tt Midland City f frld Mowr remains very poorl t J Tlierl a tide in Licking which Jc hringini down somc log t J ESbfrt lyers wn severely wound I td at Camps Mill Wednefday t J 1rIl Mart Mlllinn gare It party c In honor or11er guct Urn Ray Allcnjoyed themselves nicely j j Upper Prickly Ash R L Stone and wife visited E f q S Hamilton and wife on Roes Run SiiMirdny and Sunday 4 W W CUSP Turn Stone and t i tl John MrkIndnf Owfnguville 3 werennLi branch Sunday Caleb Ratlirr and wife of SuIt t Lick were guests ut Daniel Uapc 4 und wire Saturday night and Sun Iidsy SMlccs Mary and Lena Shrout nn llortie Donaldson of near I Lj Sharp burg vieited Mrs Nancy tbrllut Friday night f IOdossaJI I font to OH Sfiodega and wife 4 April ai a daughter v f H M Btitchor Is buftdj a new ti l hyHlliiiK house for tenant OKsou the 1 west of tho pike Just bewV the UU Baptist Church vAtiDtSarah Whaley who has bl n poorly all wlnternnl spring is in jnovlng nicely and made her firstp 0 vltitur the BosBon to Mrs Edith c t Garner last week 1 Wm Garner returned home last wefek from Cincinnati where le had hw vlsttlnghlsaister Mrs Edward takingaIi ij j proved lu health p V ii l Slate Valloy f i uieclnnlugjl is in progress So auch rain has delayed farm J work J r tElder W A William wife and j t it habyofSweetwatrrIlI visited reo lltiveIhere lust week tj l t f i Mr Charles and Mrs Cabe a tfrpnedgar lIE near Owingsville vie 4 lied relatives here Friday 1 t t Mrt Enoch Sorrell was worse t i Cri ltyi118eryfliC k Jhriu t b l Gurner it able to tie put againp J r 1C MnJn Snedcgar and diildren- tro or Flat Creek Mrs Newton A I tt 8hrput and little daughter Maruf civ neais QwinRiville were guests of Mrs Melisen Snedfgnr Friday ii t t Olympia t 1 1 VN Moorr nf St Louis wnp vnhvre nn busineas 3 lurdoy and Sun dyrSip MrsKtte ntIgan Itnd Mrs U J to ft tirt were i n O wi iigsville Wed h neiday shopping J r J Miss CaJHe Jacket n war the jjuest of Miss EtOe Swurts Satur1 hayand Sunday + t iif t Mri Harrod urtd family moved ec hierhsitwcpt totiie hnitfV owud- t 5 i biG urgend Will McOIoeeon- MUs ftl Cjell McGlorson anti niece r 1 Miaa V IU Hriiiiin rtiurn d home 1 r t f1jl kuwekafter some month1 stay i 4 Jrft t Awith her etstrMrs Will Houston cT si LouisaoJr t1 1 Mrs Willie A WilHiimMiii linn b t JmsAUifttllrned to their IHMIID nt- bsreetwMttr9 IlL FrlIajj after three 41 wetrkt hay with her mother Air I I H Si J K Ciiplicr J s 1CNtIJe 1rjtr died ntar hPC8 11 f I Plicliay jItd wt urrual ff bht WU III ualyn low rL1 J 1t I4ayiwrtl1 pneuwini nl ht Iisy 3 be die d she went to tlK table und igqsr + a aredinlleria t x 1 ftfDilt MraJKJJUkn way In Ow i iiigavihle visiting hfrj sister Mra 1 io JuaeJaraeeSiiaday and wii t 7J hons tty her ither- i I 1f Il4I lt f d1Si i hlt h 5 tK c l 7t f Ii tr= I it fl Ppf bf 1 f r rI rl v t t I 7 f Y 4 cUt rj f t f r7 t f1i fif tj j = n 4Ji rxr 11 111i fyrft J Grango City Rigdon Rntliir IIIIR Itocn very poorly the past week but U butter now Mrs liollic Walton of Wullfng lord was the guest of her COIIKIII Miss Anna Walton who is quite poorly John Cutright nnd son Len Wish trr viditcd Ttlliniin UiiliUo and fniuily in Itiith county SritnrUay mid Sunday Arthur Waller wife and daugh tcr Mary Blanch of near Fltmings burg visited it R Walton is nil family Saturday und Sunday Bothol W R Petfrc Sr went to Hook town to see his son John Sanford Ramey spent a few days In Montgomery county with friends Dr J W Dtvis of Maysville was up calling on friends and at tending to some business Friday Very little corn planted by tho first nf May Farmers will got Inn rush if the weather will stay fair Torn Crouch cold G K Caywood 10 hogs that averaged 160 Ibs at 5c S W Evans sold Will Lane a threeyearold King gelding for 175 Uppor Flat Crook- S W Edmundson of Mt Sterl ing is with relatives in this section Miss Jane C Glover of Mt Sterling spent Sunday with relatives Miss Fnnnie Glover went Thurs day to visit relatives nt Craw fords yule Ind- Milton Kincaid and family of Stcpstone visited friends in this vicinity Sunday R H Lane purchased OLanes anti Jas W Giovers crop of to bacco at 8c straight John Doyles ul 8 and 3c Misses Sadie Stout and Mary Eliza Glover visited tho formers aidter Mrs John Wilson near Mt Sterling one night last week Licking Union There is n raft tide in the river nnd a good ninny rafts went down M F Williams took the widow Kllgore to Morgan county Thurs day W A Jones and A T Ham wenti to Salt Licklast Saturday on nessWesley Alfrey bought nine hnati of yearling calves of Levi Hash mind Ross Altrcy Saturday Price unknown Quillio McKinney anti James Thomas wifo went to Salt Lick last Sunday after a physician for Thomas children One of the twins died Sunday nigh- tSpringfield SterlingMondzr R R Stnuthcrs was in 31 Ster ing Saturday Jim Jones line gone on a ten days fishing trip with a orowd from Sharpsburg MrL4AnnnGossett has been in Imavingher0 B Spratt and wife of Stoops visited John Spratt and family Saturday and Sunday Misses Lida Goodpastcr and Mary Grimes of Mt Sterling vis lied Mrs Joe Crouch Saturday and Sunday W A Boyd sold his tobacco tithed on Mrs Lucy Smathera place to Robertson Stono of Bethelatthm Okla Miss Mae Vice vished relatives at Grange City from Friday until MondayS anti Robert Denton were CrainIs Sfmember Rev Words appointment here next Sunday May t in tbeafternoon Kelly Denton and Frank Estill went Saturday to visit friends in Nicholas county Alphcua Vice and James Flora sold their crops of tobacco to Rat lift Brothers at 8Jo- Xbavis Sorrelwife and three children visited Mote Sorrell and family Saturday night and Sunday John Cutright and son Lee Wal tera of Grange City visited his uncle Tilman Riddle and family Sunday Mobree Forry Mr Elizabeth Cook it having a residence built There was n tenfoot rise in the river from the rain last week 31 r Hunter and wire ofSa ItLick visited B L Ingram Sunday Leonard Caesity of hearOwingSr vllle was at tile fathers Sunday Mrs Susan Baty is somo better of the paralytic stroke she had a few weekKo Rae Kimbrcll went toOningsville Monday lo he sworn in as Notary Public of this place Mrs Ed Staton of near here is very low with consumption and not expected to live long Sherjey Shrnut aged 14 who had not been heard of for some time returned homo recently Deputy Sheriff Crooks was in this part last week looking for some boys anti one jpf them struck tdthIgh groUn- dDrRennyCarter of near hero took seriou1y ill last Thursday with cramping oftbe stomach andhas not recovered yet W ft Razor ahd Jack Rice wont upn Menifee and Morgan counties to buydtoek lust weekand have oj tetUrnedmit ibis writing 5 c l L Roynoldaville G lJjI was at Fleuiingsburg Monday G H Biyd bouulu ID huge ot Tollio Donikliteon at Ha JILT Ib Oscar Wilson of OwingsviUe opcnl Tuuaduy night with G IS lioydSilas Corbiti visited Alfred Cor hi n nell r Shcrburae Tuesday and Wedntsday A D Burn wife and children pMit Sunday with Will Coylo and wife near OwingsviUe John Chandler and wife of near OwingBville visited Mark Donald Still and wife Sunday- S O Doggctt und wife spent Sunday with Daniel Palmer and wife near Mt Pleasant Jut Hunt wife and children viI ited tho lattera parents luincs Clark nnd wife near OwingsviUe Saturday and Sunday Hillsboro Born to the wife of Mortonllaw kine a son- Luther Sorrell rcturnedSaturdny from Lovington 111 Elder J R Jones sold his horse to Harvey Ruwlings for 1GO JOlnGilmore returned home Thursday from Martinsville led much improved in health Mrs Frank W Hawes and chll dren arrived hero from Muysvillo Monday to visit her father O B Denton and family Mrs Mattie Ihoey and two little daughters left Friday for their homo nt Cannel City Her brother R tinsel Zimmerman accompanied her home Mrs J P Hulfof Goddard died Tfiiirsduy morning about 1 oclock of heart trouble Shwas sick a few hours Funeial services were held Friday at the M E Church and interment in our cemetery She leaves a husband nnd a large fam fly of children to mourn their loss Wo tender tho afflicted husband and family our lnc roImpalhYI Leslie Hendrix sold a threeyear old mule foi9O Born toWasper Whitton and wife a OIb1oy- Foster Lynnm of Carlisle visited friend hero last week Foster Calvert sold a work horse to Jasper Friluy for 100 Eetcs Hcndrix bought two young horses of T Hondrix for 160 Thornton Stephens sold two sows nnd 14 pigs to Thee Hawkins for 43 The sick are doing fairly well except Mrs Louisa Anderson who is very low with no hope of recov ery George Turnc had a cow to commit suicide one night last week by hanging herself in the fork of u treeMrs Sarah Hendrix of Oklavis Itcd Mrs Robert Bailey Sunday The latter is very low with cancer and lung trouble West Eod Jennie Clayton little daughtct of Wits Clayton fell and seriously injured her ankle Saturday- If the Circuit Court docs not give this community its attention Jtop1owill have to wove out Farmers are behind with their work Mule are running at u disadvan tago on account of scarcity of handsMrs George McClain is visiting tier father Washington at Salt LickMrs James Aimitage is very sickand can not recover Mrs Margaret Staton nee Highley died Thursday and was buriedat upper Salt Lick Friday Mrs Henry Wills Aunt Ann as she was commonly called died April 25 She was a devoted wife and a loving mother In life she exhibited all the graces of a Chris tian and in death her spirit returned to God who gave it The aged husband and children have our heartfelt sympathy but their iossis Heavens etornalgaix- iKnob Lick Mrs Jess Robinson is poorly Grass is fine for the time of year Very little corn has been planted The ore mines are putting out sonic ore The past week was too wet for plowing latelyJ Harvo ColIIver and son Clyde were at Knob Lick Sunday Several attended church at Polks vllle Sunday Rev Ed Sanford did the preaching Several parties are trying for di vorces near here preparatory to marrying again athomeon duty at the mines The ore company baa bought a new lastlasterable Everett Barnes and little sister re turned Saturday from Clay City Theyspcakimlghlypeople Well Stoops as a matter of course I will come to your rescue if you should nood any belts though I think you hate given the subject proper ventilation Liio proper view fur ti lady to take of the matter is she never compromises herself for advo eating something that lifts man or whmetlmerILuny way available to lift fallen hu inanity up and itmore worn on would study our organic form of government and try nnd get needed reforms before the people that being the on ly by reforms are reach ed through discussion and agitation by all believers of the right I think when Borne ladles take a conscienti ous view of the matter they will eeo the rrpr of their crusade arid ask an apology of you which I deem Is du- you I r f 4 oNor ICrooks the Fiek liszt Mart Jackson and wife wore in Owingeville Thursday Several attended church lit Pet cd Oak Sunday I rum here Ernfitiia Curler went to Morgan county Monday on hiisinesH Jell Davis vifitid lImo fsmnilyof Ohio Snudcgar on White Oak Sun day Shin Vice and wife of Prickly Ash visited relatives hero Sutur day stud Sunday Miss Lena Turley of Salt Lick ijitpd May and lu e Nixon Saturday and Sunday Mrs S H Johnson is visiting her parents T J Pergram and wife on Peeled Oak Tom Pergrara bought tho Tom Bolts farm on Peeled Oaknnd movtd to it lust week Mrs Sam Jackson and Miss Cal tin Jackson visited relatives ut Olympia Saturday nnd Sunday- S V Johnson bought the follow ing crops of tobacco on tho Forge farm Til ford Crnycroft 9450 lbs nt 7jc Chas Crockett 1935 ulGc Harvey Carpenter about 4000 price not known Died Friday April 28of pneu mania Mrs less Pcrgram Site leaves a husband and several chil dren They have the sympathy of the entire community in their sad loll Stoops Miss Bcrthii Wills has been very sick with mumps Squire John Trimble was at Frankfort Saturday Several from here will attend time races at Lexington this week countyIsHow old would a woman be if she would admit lice exact age I The timothy crop promises to hi the best we have had for years Farmers in this section have been greatly delayed with their work James Goodpaster has recovered from a serious spell of pneumonia When retribution overtakes a fellow it is sure going to hit him hard J II Gillnspie and W A Brock were at Flemlngsburg on business Monday 0 B Spratt and wife visited rel atives at Sharpsburg Saturday and Sunday Mrs W J Trimble arid son Lee of near Mt Sterling visited here Sunday J F Groom apd ivro sotis visit ed relatives at JcflWsonville from Friday dnJI Sunday Walter A Broekand wife of Winchester are guests of the bit tors uncle J H Gillaspie mdam HYLafo Ktseick purchased front pit ties in Brown county Ohio n line young draft mare paying ISO for her Kentucky anti Kpntulkillnp sin article that was reproduced in a to cent issue of TUB OUTLOOK should be read by every true Kenuickinn The article ig certainly worthy of attention Sharpsbur retardingform F A Richart of Winchester is visiting relatives here Ed Heatpn and John Triplett of Judywere here Sunday Mrs J W Allen and Mrs Chins Peters were in Mt Sterling Thtrst dayG W Mclntyre is acting as Town Marshal in the absence of J W SharpMrs Anna Gossctt returned last Thursday Jrom a viU an Clark countyIS T llowardind JobnC Arnold wero in Owingsvllle Saturday on busies Miss Lena Howard is spending two weeks with relatives and friends in Lexington Waller Sharp has lost two or three valuable atee8 lately from some unknown cause French of Carlisle bought several crops of tobacco in thin dis trict last week at good prices The Sharpsburg Fishing Club left Wednesday for their camp on Licking river to spend two weeks Mrs J Matthews was in Cin cinnati several days last week in the interest of her millinery business Tames Hurst returned Fr day from Wichita Kansas where he has been on a twtaonthe busi ness trip Married April 26lh at Circle ville 0 Will T Saunders of this place and Miss Gertrude Dunlop of CirclevilleMrsVill neEGrlmed- who has been seriously ill for some weeks with a complication of dJs eases is no better Dr J W Renfrew was awarded the pauper practice in this district for the present year by the Fiscal Court on Saturday Stepstone Dr I W Jonou spent Saturday till Monday with his mother at Odessa J Mosteelf of Olympia wair hero several days visiting his step children Newton Carpenter had a cow down with tbi buckeye Saturday afternoon BorntotbeWltenT DCar mjchi Both moTher and lOB o1ngtL J fr J ft r A Jiiiiti t S 1111nd Isin Iii me putting up ilit mlclithn to W- Ltus nti Morelum lliddyhllliick and 1lfIIn Hurricane Deck Robert Myron of Lcxnuton r rind here Alnndny morning MI It viit KI bin sun III luw i1 FWilenn rnJhOllemorning straight hundrtd for him 1 S Watt who hail bren III home resting up for a weckre turned to his work at Winchester IuesdaySJohn Carter Jr and fatally of Pint Creek spent SunJny with his father in laxv rites Kurrick mind wife on Suit Well Mrs J C Carmichael and child of near OwingHvillo silent Sumttv with her fatterinlaw T D Car michael on Salt Well W J Lawson spent Sunday with W H Henry and family Billy says that was the biggest man that s been in isis house for some time Mrs JeiFStutoti and children and Roht Staton nnd wife were called to Olympia Friday lay the death of their einterinUw Mrs Jessie Stu tonJames Eldridga anti sister Mrs Willoughby of Ford were called here by tho serious sickness of their mother Mrs Wm I con6uwpojtlOn they were called by wire on account of the death of Mrs SunforJ Pow era Mrs Carpenters mother Friday Mrs Frank Brown spent Thurs Marytttrkerpoultryyard of Charlies who tins just opened up a new industry in that line Vdnesi1ay of last week DrIW Jones Walter and John Lowry F M Knrrick and son Cecil spent the day on Slate tishing They slid they hud an enjoyable time and plenty to eat but not much Helm Salt Lick FridilYforwho is very ill Frank Wills of Cincinnati came home lust week to attend his mothers burial Bro Durham anti family hove moved to our midst We welcome them to our town Mrs Puss Jackson and Mrs Al tbeirInJltmes McNenl nnd wife nee FridayfromMrs Emily Howling nnd Mrp C C Wbitt anti daughter loft Minslny probablybce Mrs John G Johni3 of Winches ter Baited Ifer sister Mrs haute Oltnluldlltterwards Frank Cock rum nnd family of Youngstown Ohio who had boon visiting nt Yule lift Tuesday to viuit relatives in Wet Virginia be tore returning to their homes The Old Maids Convention which wus given in Campbell Hull April 17 was a grand success The house was crowded und tIme play which 18 calculated to drive away splendIdlyplay will be repeated by home tnl ent in the near future Died at her home near Stilt Lick 1905MrsJlenryWlls chjh ren a host of friends and relatives to mourn tleTrVloss She was seventy years old a mother of nine children two ofVhVn hav- Ing gone on before to welcome hrhome The surviving are Wesley John und Frank WilUand Mrs Ida Jackson of Salt Lick B D Wills of Yule MrsMuryGreer of Camnrgn and MrsEnieGorman of Mt Sterling Mrs Wells was formerly Miss Rebecca A Kratzer of Brown county O She came to Kentucky with her husband when about 20 years old und made this her home until our Redeemer saw fit to call her to a home beyond the skies One peaceful thougbtis the promise that we will meet to part no more She gave God her heart when quite u child and laid her membership in the Presbyterian church Then later in life she nndWnBer until the end She was much devoted to her family and was a great lover of home There she will be missed but their loss will only be Gods gain forgottenNever lingerBound linedliarOur borne Is dark without her Wo miss her everywhere Crates Dr Frank Wells is still very sick Robert Warren sold a mare to Dell Downs for 6750 Mrs Nannie Collins and children visited her mother Mrs Abbfe Sexton Saturday and Sunday John Collins horse ran off while hitched to n curt Sunday and ran about a mile before being stopped no damage done Mrs Mary Sexton returned Sunday after an extended visit to the bedside of her duughterinlawMrs Lucy Sexton at Flat Creek She reports Mrs Sexton no better Hurrah Stoops wasnt that a beautiful piece you wrote out last week We never readanything that sounded better You seerotoI make rather light of our Well we dont profess to use the jI vfj UiI 2Wz t yt6i 1w 4Yc I fZ 1 trJ ill IIt 1l J1 iit j1JLr1 i J 5 i f J r 6 I 1 5i CALIFORNIATJeDo you want to live where the climate is mild the year round 4 where labor is never oppressed by stress oif weather and where animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict withcold Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more varied than in any other qual area in the world where the divisionr iofgreat ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that ifJtriassure you a competence Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons t fl olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure t sbusiness is good and capital easily finds profitable investment Then go to California where both health and opportunity await your coming 4 The 4NoilhWestern A i At lis the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two fast 7y 5 lithrough trains daily via this line over the famous doubletrack l Jrailway between Chicago and the Missouri River Oneway Colonist t 33 Iare good on daily and personally conducted excursions on which in tOUristfsleeping car from Chicago costs 700 Roundtrip tickets J tarc always on sale from all at rates the Chicago iSouthernFILL IN THIS COUPON- AND MAIL IT TODAY NW4B4 best grammar but we endeavor to make our words so nil may understand Perhaps wo might make our items more interesting to eomeif we would but search time Kansas newspapers und copy all the slang and wit as you have ac customed to doing You say you have lost your appetite You hud better tell your phytsician instead of telling the readers ol this piper for we sire not otto third of them are interested in y jur ap petite The best thing we could suggest for you lie a littler st We do believe you have bruli Ftudying just n little too muci die Unitary of lute We see you have been usingmm great mmy nicejargu words We believe you are taxing your hraiu too far A loss fup petite andun overworked brain mire rather dingerous combined We loire lieunl some of the c rroppon dents also a great many subscrib ers to this puperexpress their will ingnesa to give you u rest SuyJust write nice little items that will in crest all instead nf so much debute You say we have been writing calumny If we have ever written anything that is false and waite ious we are not aware of such We fail to know the meaningof time flim flummery You say ve came abuttin in at throng time Butt is u mark to be shot at a thrust given in fenc- Ing or by the head of an animal to strike with the head and vo on So we dont think we hays1 ever butted in yet If you momma we came in at the wrong time wo think we came in about right for what lady would stand by and hear hemp sex riddled and never say a We believe in women taking their part You say all women gossip Do you reallj know what the mean of the word gossip is A gossip is a sponsor idle tattler chatter rumor liar Gossip is to prate and run about aid tattle Do you tell us that your mother was a tattler an idlei Your sisterdaugh ter wife and so on You say all women gossip and that includes your family Its a nice man who would say his mother was a tattler a liar a rumor a gossip We would have rospect for the women if only for our mothers account We do say there are women that do not gossip Until comparatively shun time ago women were as religiously excluded from the lucrative positions within the gift of the United States Government as their sisters of this day are from similar partlo Ipaton nt Peking or Teheran The idea no doubt was inspired by the gallantry of the early days of the republic which Impelled our grave and reverend signeursof statecraft to woman as too tender and delicate to be brought into contact with the hard and rough conditions of the workaday world Tho sen timent was pretty andit was well too until changing condi tines the necessity of self support upon a considerable proportion of the best and brightest women of our country Tho gallant gentleman General Spinner who was then Secretary tbo Treasury proceeded to settle the question for all by anal precedents and giving two of the positions in his department to women The exceedingly sensible example ho set was speedily followed by those in nu thority in all other departments until now not only all posi Lions with a few exceptions but many requiring an unusually high degree of mental capacity- are open to applicants regardless of sox In no particular line tho Government on one hand and wo men on the other profited more byI this just mini rational policy than r r tickets are on sale daily March i tp May 15 at the rate of 3300 from Chicago with corre spondingly low rates from all points give you 1 an unusual chance to make the trip r These tickets T a double berth a only points reduced via plain been convinced worJh ing regard enough forced time thirds clerical others Iw B xrusinrt PTMCNWRyCh1cagoI1i Please malt free to m addrus Catifornia booklets maps and run paztkulM2 COllccnWll ruu and train Krvi4 I jJ in the department where stamps bonds coins and currency of the realm are manufactured This work is done in four places in the United States and in emmett of them the most important work is done bJvomcn fur the reason that experience listS demonstrated lint they do the labor better and lose less tiracyind they are mure reliable land satisfactory titan simon So we the good editor for letting this appear We do intend to cease our debate with ynu now wo think it wmilil he tini tiisto for a gentle woman to continue In debate with vim So if you nre determined to q mrrel call oDsOme of the other correspondents lee Adieu AUCTIONEER If you wiint time Services of nn auc tioneer cull on inc Tennis reasonable GEORGE ft1 QUDGELL Odessa Ky BLUE GRA- SSNurseries SPRING 1905 Trees by time million fruit and shade small fruits grape vines shrubs asparagus rhubarb and ev erything ordinarily kept at such an establishment We sell direct to the planter and have no agents Tree and strawberry catalogues on application to H HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky SaleIJ E Greenc puts against In Equity Alfred Alley Deft By virtub of a judgment and order of sale rendered ip the Bath Circuit Court at its February term 1905 in the above styled ease the undersigned Master Commissioner will onMONDAY MAY 8 1905 at about 1 oclock p m proceed to oiTer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction attheGpurtliouse door in Oningsville Bath cnurivy Ky a tract of land situate ziml3yh county Ky on the water i Rick ing river and bounded aa follovrs Beginning at 4 willows on the riverbank at AlfredAlleys upper corner on the river thence with said Al leys south line N 85 W 70 poles to a stake at the garden fence E side thence S 6 E 15 poIeslO links to u stake and stone 2 poles and 13 links S 58 E from S E corner of barn thence N 81t W 18 poles 21 links to a stone in center of road a stake set in line nt fence on E side Sot road thence with center of rciud S 19 W 7 poles to a stake thence leaving the road S 80 E passing a peartrce at center tine standing near a foundation to an old chimney 98 poles to 2 maples and willow on river bank thence down the river 30 poles to the beginning contain ing 13 acres of land be tho same more or less or enough thereof to produce tue sum of 41961 being the amount of tho debt interest and cost of J E Green Sale will be made on a credit of 6 months The purchaser will be required to execute bond with up proved security for tho purchase prior payable to the undersigned bearing 6 interest from date of sale until paid said bond to have time force and etfect of a judgment A Hi will be retained on said land t 2 J= 00 iS W1 to secure the payment of the pur chase money 1 T IIS GOODPASTER Master Comr BC C a J J Nesbitt Ally a ORAiLWA Trains 22 and 23 carry Dining service Meals nlncKrte 1 TIM E CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT 1 271903S J fnu OF TiuutsuPuasTnicSrtT1cN i EastbounddiiyoNo 26 9i54 ffiV- fto 23 1241p m t No 24 pmWestbound f No 21648 a m 1u No 23 143 p mi No 25 344 prn 4 Nos 26 and 23 daily ex cept Sunday all others dailya I Hnry E J fTT V aornL4Jr1 L i tterfomE- urD I I W1I = A Leading Feature of The t 99u1ierI- i Juring 190 I i There will be many other attractive departments ll going to make a complete newspaper t i 4 0 I I F Mail Rites Daily one year 6l3 Daily lIndSundaYIiyeM4S iLi year oI COURIERJOURNAL CO V LOUISVILLE KY t By h Special 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