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Z 4 f r c Jtlr f a + 1 r 1 t12 t t frj1 t A rt i r o J v d Y t f Wi4 miitiill utio k 7L t T Jit 0 YS1 t ftVOL XXVI OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MAY IIf1905 NO 440 u Drink XVninpcotts Pnp E30 Tiny a sewing machine of J A Power For a nobby hat see Brother k f II rot her The White sowingmachine iR as popular nil ever r Everything flratclo8 in hard ware at UudBrothers All kinds of machines re paired by J AluwerIGeo T Young is the authorized gent of THE OUTLOOK to collect Look at our 50c shirt RnoTUER KROTHEU Mitchell wagons at J E L A T BrnoNsI Dr 6 W Conner wakes tecilid from the cheapest to tIm best The Union and Black Hawk corn drills nre sold byUudl5roth ec h Get the btoddnrd disc harrows y and hay rakes at E L A TtBvrona Brother Co have afull stockc oiaf hartowe cultivators and double plows American lady corset tho best f1 corset made For sale by Broth er k Brother IL L Lane is agent for Wieder man bottled beer and Budweiser bottled and ktlEDouglus shoes None better 350 250 225 For sale by Brother Brother Brother Brother want you to come and see their clothing before youbuyWontyou c Go to ttje Uncket Store and get one of those suits for yourself or boys before they are all aoM j Dutchess pantsEverybody wears them 1 a rip lOc a button For sale by Brother I Brother AH who have property to sell at public auction call on M D Paris He will give satisfaction Milwaukee and ring mowerfi and binders ELATBYRON- hBreeching check lines collars barnes traces Get our prices E L A T UTBOM The Bemis tobacco setter will pay for itself this season BudBroth s fr er will sell you one on easy terms Call on him Dr G W Conner the dentist uses Odnntundcr and all approved t aneetthetica fur the painless e 0 r traction teeth 0 File iuiplest tr neHt and best c Thi sir rrow ttnlliB rouTkrl ir1tht CAntonFrste by Bud IJruher Dont full tu try one 4 It x ExcitvNGK FrIyou hayenii old z hiiggyind want to tradeIt for n new Q on hrhilr It t mcus1 need some o old buggies or can 8t TS SHROUT 1 H S r Brown mid Surcefsor two horse J fSulthrators Satisfaction guaran teed or no sale ELATBYUON- o o See EstiH Honuktrs line of break carts and shovel plows Full line of Osborne farm machinery ucludlngblnder mowers rakes Randall harrows etc BREAK CABTSl have ua Rood n 4break cart as you ever saw hand made with best springs with etuhlonand all straps ready to hitcht to for ftt5 Dont buy until you see thtceeart 4t T S SiiBotrr Buy your binder and mower at Iro Brother Co sell the Me- OoraleVundi keep a full stock of if repairs which is worth considering when buying a machine You do mot know what a small asaoUBt of fue it takes to Kota weal until you try a Leader cook iteve or range Leave your order iitkuct Brother for one tmIt BCOOIBB T S Shrout keeps al fail stock of C Iambua Buggy Coe Brookway4ss Lamontes Ratterman maay others at the lowest prices Two warerooms full for cash orJr credit 4t T S SUKOUT L To MT FRIENDS Having accept- od a position with 8 Blesser IslJallIbe to have you call and see mo Tliankinjr you for past favors and will me a A porItonofyourpatronagein the Respt o W COONS We buy woven fence barbedand r l smooth wIrer Mitchell wagons disc harrow rakes fertilizer in carload late which enables us toi f1en1Iyoa ca close figure Dont i facts and get our pric 5es ORanyof these goods Before t buying BTROK BROS BBAP BOOQIES As there are k alway tOll e people that want to r buY abiijgyat tLc catalogue hnue r j1tcheapj1IL9iir fstoekIa Je t1ertrlDedoJtoggles 137 Jeather quartet top quid leatter cushion back 42 full A fJ z Teatker tinp 47 leather quarter top rObr tire fSf Dont order or ibuy cheapbuggy until you tee eeo4t TySFnKODT JOB r9laTfllOCT2eWber that printtfJ zeeiptayItatioxWand all of bitMesa utloBery on the bes t oekBt twful style mtrtho most 1 reASfHitWe piwse compare on r 1i sirerk With that turned Out by any el flilce ud yau will find it to t yaiiralvatage to have us do your week t4 We albo print posters dodgers ro fftHpfcjcjbi and everything usually krii4 HV 1countryjobomce 14 We ka BhandJO r sale tn any E T 1 blaak deeds mortgages eu 1leB1fltherblaflks 5iJrlc C t i icz Z5 tit s r I pJ1 Ti- PERSONAL Mrs John W Ilounkrr la quite lilekIDee Tiitoii and wife of Bourbon county were hero Monday Mrs E H Ooodpaster attended Lexington races lust week Miss May Klncnid was a guest of friends in Ml Sterling last wok Clay Miller or Mt Storllng wna hero lust week on business Dr C W Aitkin of Lexington was here Tuesday on bnsliicssaArthur Power went to Cincinnati Tuesday to consult specialists Mrs Lizzie Lacy mother of Mrs N Byron is very ill nt the Byron ioiiiesMrs Ford Patterson returned Fri ay from a visit to friends In Lex ington J A Chamhors of Winchester WitS hero last week on telephone itkiIirs5 Jesse Turney of Paris risitrd the JheB M Cnldwell of Mlliersburp aine Saturday to get up an old lid tiers contest Mrs T S Shrout Mrs Gay Siirouta and Mrs Leo Brother Lexington Friday D B Sander of Pnducah and Miss Mary Ont woOllof MtiStcrling were hero Saturday K L ZhmnermunllndJohnDaughf rty of were night and Sunday George F Kennedy of Farmers and E Slaughter of West Virginia were in town Monday t O H Elliott M Gross Will A Young ana IlFraioyofMorchead arrived Sunday afternoonrT J Bigstaff of Mt Sterling ando Fred W Stevens of Now York were here last week on businessI 1YnUuceMiss Mary attended tho Lexington races Thursday and Friday Mrs J J Nesbltt returned Thurs day from u visit to her daughter Mrs W P Strader in Lexington Emmet Fratman and wife return ed Friday ftorn a hilt to C G Mc B Allster and wife in Lexington Clark Patterson of Mt Sterlingp was here Sunday and is grandmother Mrs Belie Allen Charles Lathram urriveUSaturday from HoUondale Miss to visit lila parents John T Lathram and wife joo tho clerk u at tho Farmers Hunk madeva cant by the resignation ofOllieCooiiH u Miss Ulixnbeth Gaitskill returned home to Winchester Tuesday lifter a vibit to her sister Mrs Jessu 1laiipo oilkVisiting W N sliitt Cot J 8 hurt of Mt Sterling J II Williiitns of I Frtmcltbiirg Mr anti Mrs Alex Levy muter a S visit to tlio fBWillits if li U Simorvand Henry Suluvab have r homo to Detroit Michigan IIllIssesGaitmklll and Mr KiUd Allen have returned home to Winchester after visit to Mr and Mrs Jeso Hamp ton Mr and Mrs Henry Paynter ors Sff Mt Sterlintr were guests of Alfred Crooks aud wife Monday Mrs James H Wood of Mt Ster ling came Monday to visit her sister e Mrs John W Jfoultker who is ill Her niece Miss Mury Lyle Duty ac companied her to visit Mrs Juines M Ross Mt Sterling visitors here Monday pDanRoberts William Crayons Jacob Trumbo H B Kiiisolving H LILane Henry Thomassoiu 0 Mr and Mrs W F Saunders of Shnrpsburg Mrt and Mrs Frank Chonuultlr and Mrs Uobillsonor Mt Misses Bottle andNun cy Saunders of Sharpsburg were guests of jMr and Mrs A N Crooks SundayThe attended the Lex- Ington races one or more days last week Dr J HTaulbee Rex Cur nelison Chas Brother Capt George M Ewing of Preston J M Ross Sherman Goodpaster N B Patter on John W Honaker Allwool carpets See Brother Brother G B Boyd bought yearling steer of Wm Boyd for 19 Lookat Brother Brothers granite 25q carpets They are pretty on the floor Largo stock of buggy hnrncs8lap dusters and whips E LATBynox- A small crowd greeted Ralph Bingham the impersonator at the courthouse Saturday night corn drills best andI cheapest Sold by E L A T BYRONI J L Atchison and C W Good paster sold six head of export cattle to A S Hart at So a pound Get the genuino Brown double shovel 1XL 5lootli cultivatorNone bette BYRON BROS CALL AMP SETTLE Arrasmitli Robertson having dissolved part nership and turned stock over to- Y R Peters Jr to close out at cost for cash or produce and books also will ask all owing us to cull and settle your account it will bo put in the hands of a lawyer to daysARKAt PROFIT MADE IN BDIINO By buying my buggies in carload lots I get 27 buggies laid down atVres ton for 935 where it would cosiroo 1 100 to ship theta a few nt a time By buying in carload lots I can save 5 on each job So my profit is saved in large quantities If want a buggy of any quality I wIn save you money on it sure for cash or credit T S SHROUT Buy your spring suit front Broth er it Brollipr Rex CornoliRon was sworn in asI attorney to practice before theI Court of Appeals at FrankfortIaet Thursday V LosTOu streets of e Court day a purse cOlltaininjt35I Reward if returned to Clifford Mc Kinivan Owingsvillp Ky The prospect for n largo crop ofI tobacco plants was never better nd now is tho best time to figure on a tobacco setter Bud Brother ells the Hernia and it really is tho only setter otTcrert that will do thei work especially on rolling or hill ide land COXMAZK Milford Cox and Mi9 Loom Maze both of Snit Lick vicinity were married Sunday nrIternoon at the residence of and Elder B II Rust The groom isft Virginian the bride a daughter of ohn W Maze Both are well nown young people and their friends wish them much happiness OLD FIDDLERS CONTKST Mr II f Caldwell of Millersburg is herer nd line decided to give an Old Fid dlers Contest nt tim Courthouse Friday night May 19 Valuableapremiums will bo olTored no fort will bo spared to make tho con test oven more of u success than tm ig contest held last November All titilers desiring to communicate with Mr Caldwell will find him at the Owings House No fiddler is barred from the contest except those who play by uoto Sco bills for par ic uLtragMRS SAM STONE DEADMrs Stone living on Convict oad three miles from town died f consumption Monday after a ong illness She was n daughter r David Lnthruni and was aged 44 ears She was a good woman anti was highly esteemed by nil who- aknew her The husband and six children survive The burial took plnoo Tuesday at tho John T La hiram burial ground on Naylora ranchSYOUNG CHICKENS KILLED Cora laints come from several parts of the county of tho killing of young chickens by weasels and cuts Saturday night Mrs T J Jones of town had forty killed by cat Sunday night Earl Jones et a steel trap and caught tho cut big white fellow Which he tit once slew with neatness and dis d ttlh Mrs Georje Curler of vast f town hud twenty live chickens lIed Thursday night- ILtILSYSNLLLINtIM r Walter t Bailey mid lit 6 Fannie ncJlI ing elnpfdTroui Bald TJngecliurch unduxIn time direction of Muys Ts believed they were f married there Mr Bailey is u un of David Bailey and is a Promc s lient young man He is years nfItge Miss Snelling is about 18 years of age and is addaughter ot Gee Snelling She aid to bo a very handsome girII ue is the second daughter nf Mr- oelling to elope and get married We extend congratulations undC hopo parental forgiveness will be xtendedlTOBACCO SALnsJ M and J LtAtchison nod tenants of Wyoming sold 22000 pound of tobacco to Crow of Moorefield at Ilia a ound Mike Iledrick sold 4000 ounds to Croir at lie J L A Icht800 and C W Goodpustcr sold 20 00 pounds grown near Reynolds ville at 9o J Clay Deanna and Ewing Conner sold 20000 pounds jto Robertson Stone at 11tm French of Carlisle puruhared tor time Continental Tobacco Co on Upper Prickly Ash a crop of Win- D Honaker and Tucker Power nt 9c Nunnelly Evcrmons at 9Jc Isaac Honaker and George ClarkC Srs at Sjo Bio DAY Monday was just about tho biggest day Owingeville ever witnessed Besides being bright and prettyenough to make ones heart glad on general princi pIes something was doing all day About 10 30 oclock Senator Jos C S Blackburn and party consist ing of Chums M Lewis of Shelby ville and Alonzo Walker a Louis ville stenographer arrived at the Owings House ut which were already stopping three opposing can didates for tho Legislature Will A Young Wailer Sharp and Chas- E Day Senator Blackburn and party hold an impromptu recep thou Senator Blackburn went to the Courthouse about one oclock nn and was greeted by an nudiI once of about 600 He wits introduced by H B Kinsolving of Mt Sterling in a neat 5minute speech Senator Blackburn then made a two hour speech which WAS well received Following Senator Black burn Will A Young candidate for the Legislature spoke for an hour ridiculing Senator Blackburn and Hon Wallor Sharps candidacy and his elec tion to the Legislature and adis ing the withdrawal of Senator Blackburn and Mr Sharp from public lifo Mr Young was followed by Hon Chas E Day pres ent Representative nrid candidate for reelection who spoko for ten minutes throwing down the gaunt let to time others and declaring his intention of remaining in the rae and defeating both tho others The day was about to close when some Mormon elders began services on the street A minister from the Okla neighborhood took issue with them on some and things looked squally for a time but tho Jove of peace finally settled over the scene and the day f r V t oharlcs Webster and Miss Lulu Colliver were married in M t Ster i ing lust week Tho bride is a daughter of Mrs James Cplliver and tho groom is a son of David Webster rime season is about hero to set tobacco and those that have their crops with tho hernia totbacco setter have met with bestc success You had best figure Bud Brother for onp TELEPHONE FRANCHISE The City Council Tuesday night of last week granted a franchise to Ow ingsvillc Shnrpsburg and Suit Lick people to build a new tolo pliono exchange here and work is expected to begin nt once on time new companys lines The lines bo extended and bettor lon nection made The old exchangeI will also extend itsJines war Is expected- sAuNDansLANgr4ieutenantEt win 0 Saunders formerly of this county and Miss Margaret Grimy Lane of Huntsville Alabama were marriedat Fort Douglas Utahe Wednesday May 3 Tho wedding look place nt the urmy post chapel nd was attended by time officers and their wives besides n large number of civilian friends Lieu Sounders is time oldest son of E B Saunders and wife of Sharpsburg and ib a brother of Mrs A N Crooks of this tcwimp Thc bride is said to be a irl and is a w mber of a prominent Alabama family Lieutenant Saundcrs has been in tIme United States army for about six years entering as a private and working his way up to a Lioutennncy lielhas an interesting army record hns accompanied his men to thecPhilippines twice Lieutenant nd Mrs Saunders will reside at Fort Douglas where Lieutenant Saundcrs ia stritloneuitLOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET urday evening May 6Jolmc co men are now paying particular attention to tho outlook for the how crop While tIme weather In certain sections of time State hits not been as favorable as it might be plants are generally reported ns doing well and all indications favor n large crop of Burley 1I1I1II this year anda large acreage of ark A fact worth noting If the stock a of tobaccos on hand Time month y report slowed only 992 logs hearts of Hurle which in slightly mro than nt thus time last ear p owing to tho boon in Kurlay pien mind the practicalcjmaustirn of uppllebilt o 000 hogsheads less than time unsold of Burley in 1003 andthe rop of 19045 more nearly torn pares with the crop of 1502 3 hat of 1903 4 There is a good eal of Burley tobacco in time comma ry which will come to market la or on in redried order which was- hnot true lust year While stocks f Burley are small the stork of unsold dark is muoh larger than that of the corresponding periodl ust year and is also ime unsold stock on tho 1st day of May 1903 The outlook fur the summer months would seem to fa vor n fair business in dark tobacco though not as much will come to market tnis year as was sold in 1904 Prior to this time the etocli or Green River tobacco in this mtrkut is muiilly greatly reduced but tho monthly report tlnws 6761 hogs heads as compared with 1775 nt this tilDe last year and only lOin 1903 Offerings for the week were roth er light but the market showed good strength New Burley f time common typo wns in boiler favor und commanded full prices Irreg ulority was noted in calory strippers but colory smokers were firm and other grades oChrigbt tobaccos sold nt the old prices There wits no change noted In medium and good ted loaf but the finer grades were possibly a shade higher and there was a better demand for tips and common leaf The new re dried tobaccos which have come lo market have generally shown good condition though the offerings contain only a small per centngeof colory grades There was pracli cally no change in tho market for old Burley and offerings were very lightThere was a noticeable improvement in time quality of tho new dark offered for sale and a goodS demand for most grades types offered lugs the different grades of rehandling leaf unfired leaf lugs and Green rivers were nil in excellent request the three latter types selling at outside quotation For the short grRdeBof- fired lenT when in poor condition thAre was practically no demand In the air cured varieties the extra bright trashes were readily sold Auction solos of leaf tobacco for the week amounted to 1513 hogsheads and the private sales to 716 making a total for the week of 2 229 as compared with 2001 for the same week a year ago The total for the year is 61773 as compared with 54288 for the sumo period last year Sales of Burley for the week were 804 hogsbeads and dark 1335 Rejections for this week were 156 hogsheads of Burley and 180 of dark making a total of 33C Tho percentage of rejections to tho auction sales was 22 Since Janu ary 1 receipts have been 47480 hogsheads Receipts for the week were 1287 hogsheads Courier Journal r = 7 Tlio Owingsviile Dancing Clubs making arrangements to give a big Saxton hop in June A meeting of tin club will bohcld in a few days at which officers will be 4 elected anda date fixed for the hop COURT DAT Monday was a pret sunshiny day nnd a big crowd aine to town early and remained late A good deal of stock was on on the market but it was mostly or- an inferior quality Good sales were few The merchants had a t fairly good trade Somo of the Bales word Wm Cravens auctioneer sold one cow for Sam Lathram to Claud Foley for 17 50 8W and pigs for 2850 to Elder B F Par ker one sow and eight pigs to R K Catlett for 18 Cattle sold at from 10 to 18Jhead Blgo Wells Jr sold two 2 yrold steers to A S Hart for 50 Roc Hart sold a coming 2year old colt to B Frank Perry for 80 Oil Manley sod a2ycnr old marc to I B Conyors for 125 s R L Wtlls bought two sows and ight pigs from Mrs R L Zimmer man for 26 C W Tuber of Elliottsville sold to J H Collier six heifers for 75Jand twenty steers to Sid Hurt 400 one jiorso for 140 W W Razor sold n ranro forO LJRico soul it liorrfc to J D of Mt Sterling for 150 air of mules to Mason Green for 210Will Warner sold even head oi yearling steers and heifers for 1550 h head A W Bnscom sold a red shorthorn bull calf at the remarkably ow price of 50 H Work mules wore in demand and ory scarce TOIIACCO GROWERS ASSOCIATION Cincinnati U11ny 4Specialo the CourierJournal The re organization of the Burley Tobacco Growers Association to be voted on here May 10 will be along en tirely new lines Time new scheme is to form coun T ty organizations in all of the Bur ley counties with a capital stock of 50000 in each county and to sell H the stock to farmers to the extent 5 worth for each 100 wounds of tobacco they ngreo to deliver to the county company Of this 4 will 0 to the county organization and 110 u company formed from nil the districts to be known ns the Burley Sales and Warehouse Cum sly It is also to have 50000 citpilal Itockrhe1coulltycom panies nro to ronkelviinces 09 the tobacco rehundle cure and prepare it for market The jiountyorganizn ions are topnytlmefArmerondehiveryI from tho of capital stock 20 per cent of the purchase price Selling prices are t to be determined by tho parent oimpnny and all tobacco is to turned over to it in bulk after ii- as been graded along lines laid t down by the parent company In no case is the sale to lower than time prices offered by the Bur ey Association in its plan to get n corner on the 1904 crop Archibald Stuart James Spilluian and other Cincinnati tobacco men are against tho plan because they do not think it practicable but it is said to baveI Jaken strong hold among the farm ors TilE LEXINGToN RACES With some thousands of other Kentuek injhenton the same errand a went from here to Lexington lust Wednesday witness the revival of racing at the historic old Kentucky Association racing course time most famous track in America The weather was threatening from earlymorn ing until afternoon but just after Saxon t band played once and tho bugler had summoned1 the horses to parade to the post for the Ash land Inaugural stakes time sun shone out brightly on tho course and the vast grand stand in which were jammed pushed and crowded ten thousand horseloving people It was a well dressed good humored crowd and so far as could be learned in all the pushing andI jamming in the bettingring or grandstand not an angry word was spoken nor were there any other evidences of ill temper Fromr tho time the bugler first horses to the post until the last race was ovor beautiful handsome lygowned women and stalwart welldressed men were yelling them selves hoarse us this or that thor oughbied dashed homo and brought down a wad of money Only one arrest was made during the after noon nt tbo trsckatd that wits or- an alleged pickpocket We heartS of no one being robbedbut perhaps due to time fact that there were a large number of detectives present and all tho time that this jostling happy crowd was laughing and cheering there was an under current of sadness for Capt Sai S Brown whose millions made i possible that tho noted track be reopened was lying at his faraway Pittsburg home at tho pointor death with expert physicians la boring to keep the breath of life in his body Capt Brown spent 150000 in rebuilding the old track and buildings and all praise Is due because his Invo for good clean sport led him to buy andreI juvenate the track All every wan who contributed to tim success of therevival of running 7serves MRS M E WALDENB DEATH Mrs M E Waldon aged about 73 years died nt time homo of her son George inSeattlo Washington May i and the remains were interred there Mrs Walden leaves besides her son George several stepchildren among them Dr A W Wal don of thIs place Mrs Walden formerly lived lucre with her husband who his been dead about 15 I years She made many friends here being a woman of gracious o temperament and lovable Chris g ian character The relatives have our sympathy in their loss UtioaiKS SoLnI S Shrout has MaythOwlugsvillo precinct Cla rOil c o 1llIJlpHJlhn SprattvCUin Wyoming precinct Robert Ander son South Sherburnc A F Stevens Robert Lamb Dot hel precinct Tollivor Donald HiirroySaltJackson Mrs Martini Munday Clell McCarty two buggies Itowan County AV H Thomas MomitgoiumeryCotmmmtylimruslteasorFleumling uitimos W Dais L N itaLy JURWal 2 ton r L CIRCUIT COURT Tho May term of HnthCircuil Court bcgnnMondny Judge A W Young presiding No cases were tried Monday Judge Young arijourningcourt unjjl Tues day immediately after instructing the grand jury which is composed of time following Ben M Arnold foreman J V11am Jas Grain Iflanc Bailey J W Snedegnr John Jones J B DcntonW PBaird 6 John S Sputlock George Sncde iar Spencer Boyd T W Daugh erty The case of Fleming Conner with detaining a female was culled for trial Tuesday and continued until Saturday Joseph Byron was fined 50and costs for selling to a minor Tho petit jury Is composed of J EllingtonJtckroy Joseph Y Scott Thomas Karrick JohnChan dler John R Triplott SW Evans HEwing BenSharpThcophilus Hendrix John Hawkins Marion Munlev Isaac Conycrs Curran Maxoy Georgo Six G W Banmby Henry Johnson Isaac Darnell Jo Crow W W Penis Jake Boyd J W Shankland Emmet Fratman Millard StatenIIrbe jury in the case of Judge as Hargis charged with compIle ity in murder of Jutnes Cockrill I three years ago failed to agree at Lexington and was discharged The jury stood ten for acquittal and two for conviction Judge Hargis was admitted to bail in the ItIIU of 25000 Monday and has re to his home in Jackson A hung jury was about the best ver prcsecutionl c even ap pears to be fairly well pleased with the resultVIIILEY0UYArrShe had taken her umbrella into one of those places where they offer to recover them while you wait It will take two days said the man But I cant possibly wait two days in here sho remonstrated Its very stuffy isnt it Tho um lirella mender without a smile said ho would send it around in a couple of days She pointed out to him that there was still a big difference in between what ho advertised and what ho could accomplish Then ho explained twill be done while you wait said he but you neednt begin to wait until day af tomorrowMEAT ShopJWe have purchased the meat shop Murkiand ifc Hendrix under Ow ingsvillo Banking Co and are there at all times to sell you fresh and ured meats of nil kinds We kill but first class beeves and our prices are very lowJMOORE WELLS Owingsviile Ky NOTICETho Owingsviile do ordain that the Mayor be and is hereby miirecteelto publish the following notice Notice is hereby given that bids and applications will bo received by the City Council of Owingsviile Ky at a regular meeting of said ulurtng p on Tuesday May 16 1905 for a fnring an electric light plant in the city of Owingsviile Kyand the use of the streets and alleys of said city for that purpose and for the purpose of laying water pipes under and over said streets Rod alleys for the purpose of conveying water to their tanks on Water street Thee right is reserved to reject any or all bids 1JJLACY MayorS t EUGENE MINIHANl togctVULCAN PLOWSrhey arc tlie best and the cheapest for they do time best Work The point alwoyn fit You can get them plain or corrugated A strung Jlttt bod Mold Hoard nil parts are lucked together uo strain on time 1olm Costs nothing to try one PLOW GEARING 1We have nil kinds and thfi stock and tho lowest pnlca Our Handmade Breeching Check Lines and Blind Bridles wilt outwear threo f uuuttiveEUGENE MINIHAN Owingsviile BACKETSTORE S4 Visit our store when in town and be convinced that here is the place to trade if you want to save money on each and every article you purchase steel Thimbles 5c Extension Pole Brackets pr lOo awnsyd 8j 5 4c Mens Fancy Hose pr Childrens Net Drawers pr lOc Medallions JOcIMens Underwear each 24 20c Door Locks white knobs IOu Mens Fancy Shirts 45 35 25c 3 boxes Matting Tcks fe 2QoLadiesMens Suits 10 8 5 3 225 2Agal Tin Buckets l2a Boys Long Pants Suits 225 up Hair Brushes 15 105e Childrens Suits from 25c up Wood Rolling Pins Summer Corsets 25c China Coffee Pot Rests IlL Buggy Dusters 75 50 30c Spurs JOe yards Baby Ribbon 5c Hand Saw FliesS jiJt CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W HEFLIN THE ONE PRICE b CASH STORE i Oil Cloth 22C Table Oil Cloth i20c Curtains ao6o 900 Belts 10 2S40c Curtain Poles ip 15c Kid Gloves 75c i VhitqShadas L 450 Lisle Gloves 23 49CT lBack Combs loig 20C LawnsS 7 10 14C rOASE Pop EGGS MRS PEsJLWM R PETERS Jr BETHEL KYS Dealer in Furniture Also TJiidertaker Funeral Director and Emhnln1 r Calls promptly obeyed day or night 1 Seasonable Reas ona1i1 Goods at L0w Prides call storetha 4 tmspectexpect you to buy if we dont save you money t Make our store your headquarters when in town Ladles 125 Oxford Shoe S9c Mens 3 00 Vici Kid Sh cs 249 Ladles 200 Shoo 149 Mens 1500 Suits 993 Ladies 260 Shoe 198 Mens 250Snlis su Ladies 125 Don ola Shoo SUe Mens 1000 Suits 61i Ladles 175 Vici Kid Shoo 125 Mens 760 HuilN49HLadles 200 Viol Kid Shoo 148 Mens 5 00 Suits 34th Ladies 250 Vici Kid Shoe 198 Boys 160 Suits 91c Afonsl25 Plow Shoe 98c Boys 200 tu It n 124 Mens 175 Plow Shoo 124 Boys 3 50 Suits IU8 Mens 200 Plow Shoe 148 Boys 400 LOUR Punts Stilts 19S Mens 2 50 VIcl Kid Shoo J9S Uoys 760 Long Piuiis Suits 418 JNO w MARKLAND OWINGSVILLE Yl2ilIfro McINTIRK DENCIST Over Outlook Onicctancl OwiiiRAvill Companys Building OWING YlLLE KY THOS J JONES Livery Feed Sale Stable- OWINGSVLLEKY Headquarters for horse and miOi dealers 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 5t L p laws6 THE OUTLOOK l f JYour home paper ancfe 1 J the f following papers L will be sent one Ieart to any address at price r mentioned j 1Commercialfor 140 UliThe Outlook and il T Louisville Pos one year fOr385SWeekly CourierJou nat and Outlook one year for 5loa t i1 itIi4 i f4 i i 4 ir k T Jr 01 ffTa i 5 Q 0 p ii iez rO i 4krUW1NOSVILLL UniOQK r l t OUTLOOK pun CO ubUaht1L u 1OWINGSVILE KENTUCKY 1 4t THE FLOWERS IN THE STREET s The vender with his grimy hands anil 1 face Called to the passerby his blossom wares tKrdrcc a one would slitckcn In his pace hurried by with cold unseeing 1Yetstares eyes there cmc a man with cary paused and turned and taw each nodding bloom And then he saw u rose that once would rise And tap aguliut the window of his room Tile crowdedstrcet an Instant seemed to fadeI Into a quiet countrj lane With grass that mottled with catch sway a ing shade And flashed Its thousand jcmIs after jralh Again bo felt tho evening breezes Mill Up from the meadows bringing scented freight That spiced the air at twilights sooth- InchyshTheDder the roses by the gate And people restless hastening went by And jostled him while thoughtfully he stood They did not know he saw again the sky That bent to dream above the distant wood They could not know that for him there was no street houses and no heedless racing throng In his cars rang only murmurs atNosweet son cadence of some old rose scented The magic of the roses For to tr him- llcallty wasfor tlte moment unread Before him In what was a vision dim And then he saw the crowded street Instead He laughed a saddcnrd laugh and then lie took grimyps And thanked him with a strange de lighted look I A look the vender could not understand W V N In Chicago Dully Tribune LH anTI DriJ By IRVING BACHELLEB Author of Efceri Holden Dirrel cl II tbe Bleised Isles Etc biQopidZh 1ib7 LoUp rublihlng Comp n7 t s CHAPTER XVII COXTINUUU We were all crying we poor devils that were left behind One a mere boy stood near me swinging his bat above his head cheering Hat and hand fell to the deck as I turned to 1him lie wai reeling when Dri caught I quickly with his good arm and bore him to the cockpit t The little boat was barely a length Ioffwhen a heavy shot fell splashing 1 In her wake Son they were dropping all around J er One crossed Tier bow I ripping a long furrow In the sea A chip flew off her stern a lift of spun ters from an par scattered behind her Plunging missiles marked her CQursc with a plait of foam but she rode on abravely We saWher groping under the smoke clouds we saw her noring the otler brig and were all oh tiptoe IJ The air cleared a little and we could S see them ship oars and go up the side Then we set our blood dripping with cheers again we who were wounded on the deck of the Lawrence Lieut t T Yaniell ordered her one flag down As It sank fluttering we groaned Our dis may went quickly from man to man Presently we could hear the cries of the wounded there below A man came staggering out of the cockpit and fell to his hands and knees creeping toward us and protesting fiercely the I 7 blood dripping from his mouth be riw curses Another shot would sink her Yarnell shouted Let er sinkiln er said Dri Wish f God I cud put my foot through cr bottom When the flag I goes town l wan t go tew b t The British turned their guns we Were longer In the smoky paths of Sthunderlng canister The Niagara was ndw under flre We could see the dogs I of war rushing at her In leashes of flame and smoke Our little gunboats urged by par and sweep were hastening I to the battle front We could see their t F men waisthigh above the bulwarks firing as they came The Detroit and iei r the Queen Charlotte two heavy brigs r of the British line had run afoul of 4tach other The Niagara signalling for close acjjon ire down upon them Crossing the bow of one ship and the stern of the other she raked them with broadsides We saw braces fly f and m stifaU in the volley The j Niagara sheered off pouring shoals of j metal on it British schooner stripping I 4 her bare Oii little boats had come z iWPaad were boring Into the brigs 0 la a brief timeIt was then near y three o Jocka white flag at the end I yt a boardingpike fluttered over a i British deck Drl who had been sitting awhile was now ug anti cheering 4 as he waved his crownless bat He had lent his flag and In the flurry some u one dropped It nyerboard Drl saw iLfall and before we could stop him he had leaped Into the sea I hastened 95bone Li I the flag In his teeth 1 towed him to hthe landingstair and helped him 1 over Leaning on my shoulder he ishook out the tattered flag Its white laced with his own blood it Ready t jump In hell fer thet ol rag any diy said he as we all cheered l ti Kim i ti Each grabbed a taller of tbe good t flag pressing hard upon Drl and put l W It lo his lips and kissed it proudly s IPin we marched up and down Drl A aying tt above usa bloody squad 1I Ii sasever walked shouting loudly Drl t r had begun to wcaken with loss of i tMoo iio I coaxed him to go below i-lfVS vIth inc s yrrhe battle was over a Yankee landa 1 i w W paylngner by v XPerry IngrerrYlls coming t s r V eheard Ujew g aoov 0t0 l A feeble cfy tHat had in It pride and devotlont4 W s l There were those near who had won i r r 1 a ctler icac and they lay as a man ti 1 J6t lsteqs t4J What were now the ti IiJ pcre3t niockep- st Pery ianj1 when the sun was low j k jfrjth a numter f British officers and 9trve4rT thy surrender on his own t4 I jsk it t fHMty dock 1 remember they r 4 r pftt luTe ruined bulwarksii and reck1lt1 1 r j t CIIAPTER ViI ds s 1 Jt wat lucky and a stubborn sea Jfghr fONbloOd to the number I t1Ilwcrtsawtlian fell on the Lawrence 1Ijof our 102 men having been killed or 1 + 1r 3 t 1 sr t tisFVr IfSc fO laid up for repair One has to search a bit for record of a more wicked fire But we deserve not all the glory some histories have bestowed for wo had gunsItof that victory of the young captain Our men of whom many were raw re cruits farmers and woodsmen stood to their work with splendid valor and for us in the north It came near being decisive Dri and I were so put out of business that no part of the glory was curs albeit we were praised in orders for valor under fire But for both I say we had never less pride of ourselves In any affair we had had to do with Well as I have said be fore wo were at our best with n saber and big guns were out of our lineWo went Into hospital awhile Drl having caught cold and gone out of his head with fever We had need of a spell on our backs for what with all our stceplechaslng over yawning gravesthat is the way I always think of Itwe were somewhat out of breath No news had reached me of the count or the young ladies and I took some worry to bed with me but was up in a week and ready for more trouble had to sit with Drl awhile before he could mount a horse September was nearing its last day when we got off n brig at the Harbor We were no sooner at the dock than some one began to tell us of a new plan for the invasion of Canada I knew Brown bad had no part in it for ho said in my hearing once that it was too big a chunk to bite off There wero letters from the count and Therese his daughter They had news for mqand would I not ride over as soon as I returned My mother dearest and best of mothers had written me and her tenderness cut me like a sword for the way I had neglected her VelLit is ever so with a young man whose heart has found n new queen r took the missive with wet i ycs to otir good farmergeneral of the north He read It and spoke with feeling of his own mother gone to her long rest Bell said het you are worn out After mess in the morning mount your horses you and the corporal and go and visit them Report here for duty on October 16 Then as ever after a kindness he renewed his fipild of tobacco turning quickly to the littered desk at head quartersWe Our own horses a fine frosty morning The white earth gUm mered in the first touch of sunlight All the fairy lanterns of the frost king hanging in the stubble and the dead grass glowed a brief time flickered faintly and went out Then the brown sward lay bare save in the shadows of rock or bill or forest Ihat were still white A great glory had fallen over the farreaching woods Looking down a long valley wo could see towers of HE STEPPED TO DRI AND FAS TENED IT ON HIS WAISTCOAT evergreen terraces of red and brown golden steepletops gilded domes min areted with lavender and purple and draped with scarlet banners It seemed as if the trees were shriving after all the green riot of summer and making ready for sackcloth and ashes Some stood trembling and as If drenched in their own blood Now and then a Ltad was bare anti bent and naked arms were lifted high as if to Implore mercy Pine air said I breathing deepas we rode on slowly T Is sartn said DrL Mother used t say at the frost wtis only the breath o angels an when it melted it gin us a leetle p the the air o heavenOf or heaven it quickened us all with ney life The horses fretted for their heads and went off at a gal lop needing no cluck or spur We pulled up at the chateau well before the luncheon hour Dri took the horses and I was shown tq the library where the count came shortly to give me hearty welcome And what of the captives I in quired our greeting over Alas It Is terrible they have not returned said he and I am fn great trouble for I have not written to France of their peril Dleu1 hoped they would ho soon released They aro well and now we have good news Eh blen we hope to see them soon But of that Thereso shall tell you And you have had a terrible time on Lake ErieHe had read of the battle but wanted my view of It I told the story of the Lawrence and Perry of what Dri and I had hoped to do and of what had been done to us My account of Drl his droll comment his valor his misfortune touched and tickled the count He laughed he clapped his hands he shed team of en he rang a bell TheisIeur Dribrng him here said he to a senant lookisan old felt bat In his bandS mthow he and the hat were as king and corn nal in lhefrmutual fitness II ho lost one he vrappcd foe another of about the same sMdoand shape His prows Werellftedd1deyes wide pp n with watchful timidity The count had opened a leather case and taken out oU a shiny disk of silver He stepped to DrI and fastened It uponhls waist coat Pour la valeur eProuveede 1Em pe urpsaid he reading the lnscrlp tion as he clapped him on the shoulder forbrayeryatsaldjhe And God rest him the sot dier he died of his wounds And to me icAleft the medal In trust for some man the mbstbrave Intrepid honorable Msleuf liri I have the pleasure- to put it where It belongs Dri shifted his weight looking down at the medaV and blushing like aboy Much obliged he said presently Dunno but mebbe Jbetterputlt n mywaiIet olaldl Mr lose It off o Jih J r t P lie threw at me a glance of Inquiry No said I do not bury your hon ors in a wallet He bowed stlfly and as he looked down at the medal went away spurs clattering Thcrese came in presently her face full of vivacity and color Msleur le Capltalne said she wo are going for a little ride the marquis and I Will you come with us You shall have the best horse In the ala ble And you my best thanks for the honor I said Our horses came up presently and we all made off at a quick gallop Tho forest avenues were now aglow and filled with hazy sunlight as with a flood through which yellow leaves were slowly sinking Our horses went to their fetlocks In the golden drift The marquis rode on at a rapid pace but soon Theresa pulled rein I keep ing abreast of her You have news for me mam selle I remarked Indeed I have much news said she as always in French I was afraid you were not coming in time msleurShe took a dainty letter from her bosom passing It to me My old passion flashed up as I took the perfumed sheets I felt my heart quicken my face burn with It I was to have good news at last of those I loved better than my life those I bad not forgotten a moment In all the peril of war I saw the handwriting of Louison and then a vision of her tho large eyes tho supple splendid figure the queenly bearing It read prontsetoher You arc to send two men for usnot moreto the head of Eagle Island off Ste Hoche In the St Lawrence with canoes at ten oclock In the evening of hangipgthem AVo may be delayed n little but they arc to wait for us there And as you love me see that one Is my bravo captain I do not care about the other who comes First of all I wish to see my emperor my love the tall handsome and gallant youngster who has won me What a tlnlsh for this odd romance If he only comes And then I do wish to see you the count and the others I read your note with such a pleasure You arc sure that he loves meT And that he dots not know that love him I do not wish him to know to suspect until he has asked me to be his qUeenuntil he has a right to know Once he has my se cret love Is robbed of his best treasure Mon Dleu I wish to tell him myself some time If he ever has the courage to youThlreslhlmI shall bo cruel to him I shall make him hate me So you seo I will not be cheated of my wooing and I know you happinessIWell some tiny I shall slug It to him and wilt he not be glad to know I could do It 1 Here arc the flrst lines to give you the Idea Sly emperor my emperor Thy face Is fait to see Thy house Is old thy heart Is gold Oh take command of me 0 emperor my emperor Thy sceptre Is of God praiseAndBut Dear Tbercse you ought to hear myselfIndeed sayJweary of waiting here and so eager to get home You are In love and you have been through this counting ot the hours theylethigh walls I have told you there Is a big big grove and garden We saw nothing of his lordship for theybroughtreason we could not send you a letter be fore now You know he has to see them VeiliShe went to him badly frightened poor thing as Indeed we all were He lay In bed helpless nnd wept when he saw her She came back crying and would not tell what he had said I do think he loves her very dearly and somehow we arc all beginning to think better of him Surely no one could be more courteous and gal lant Louise went to help nurse him yesterday dear sweet little mother Then he told her the good news of our coming release where your men would meet us and all as I have written He Is up In his chair today the maid tells me I joked Louise about him this morn ing and she began to cry at once and said her heart was not hers to give The Ely thing I wonder whom she loves but she would say no more and has had a long face all day She Is no stubborn J have sworn I will never tell her another of my secrets You are to answer quickly sending your note by courier to the Indian dockman at Kllzabethport ad dressed nobln Adair Box 40 St Ulllerc Canada And the love of all to all Adieu Your lovingLOUISON P S Can you tell me Is the captain of noble birth I have never had any doubt of It he Is so splendid It filled me with a great happiness and a bitter rang I was never In such a conflict of emotion Well said Therese do you see my trouble Having shown you the first letter I had also to show you the second I fear I have done wrong My soul Be blessed for the good tidings I Interrupted Thanks I was going to say It ac cuses me Loulson is a proud girl she must never know She can never know unless You tell her said I quickly And of course you will What do you mean she asked That every secre that must not be told is the same as published If if If whet UIf It tells a pretty story with some love In itI said with a quick sense of caution Ah mamselle do I not know what has made your lips so red t What may it be The attrition of many secrets burning secrets I said laughingI Mordleu what charming Impudence she said her large eyes glowing thoughtfully Alth some look of surprise You do not know meI msleur I have kept many secrets and know the trick tAh then I shall ask of you a great favor said Ithat you keep my se cret also that you do not tell her of my love She wheeled herjhorse with a merry peal of laughter hiding her face now gloveiJt said she I have written her We rode on laughing In spite of the serious character of her words I fell aquaklng from crown to stirrup I wits now engaged to Louison or as good as that and being a man of honor I must think no more of her sister T wrote her of your confession said she for I knew It would make her so happy but you know I did not tel1ofof the circumstances Well It will make It all the easier for me I said Maraselle I assure youI am not sorry And my friend you are lucky she Is so magnificent Her face will be a study when I tell herThe splendor of it aid she And the surprise I added laugh Ing4b nfsleur she will play her part wel1LShe Is clever That moment when the true love comes and claims her it is the sweetest in awomans life To Be Continued I ptk 4 r i r ELIEZER OF- DAMASCUS OUR SERMON STORY by the highway and Byway Preacher A Vision Between the lines of Cods Inspired Word 4C1IghtttyJ Kdton Scripture uihorItyfIprtliese things the word of the Lord came unto Abram In a vision saying Fear not Mourn I um thy shield and thy fxtrodlnjr great reward And Abram said 0 Lord Joliovali what wilt Ooii give me seeing I go childless and be lh shall be torsessor of rny house Is Kllczcr of Damascus And Abram said Behold to me Thou has Riven no seed and Io one born In my house Is mine heir And behold the odof the Lord cnmo unto him saying Inls man shall not he thine heir but he that shall come forth out of ihlnc own bowels shall bo thine heir And He brought him forth abroad and said Look now toward heaven and number the stars If thou be able to number them and lie void unto him So shall tIll seed be And he believed In the Lord anti lie reckoned It to him for righteousness Gen 1518 I Mll UOMISKS from God and Gods own time nnd way In bring big those promises to pass It is not so hard sometimes to believe In the u- ltiniate blessing which is to come to us from God as ILls to wait patiently for the working out of the pcrfnct will of God In our lives so that the bless Ing promised may be received When God said to Abraham All the land which thou seest to thce will I give it and to thy seed forever And I Will make thy seed as the dust of the earth Abraham doubted not but he wondered how It was to be brought to pass and as the years sped by he sought by human wisdom antI planning to obtain the promise Mistakes were thus made and trouble for himself and others caused And the mercy love and patience of God arc no more strikingly manifest than in the way in which the mistakes were overruled antI the promised blessings at last given in Gods own good time and way The experiences of Abraham are common in kind if not in degree to every Christian May we not as we consider the life and the missteps of this patriarch of old learn lessons and gain wisdom which will help us to wait on God for the time and manner of fulfillment of Ills promises and pur poses for us For ye have need of patience that having done the will of God ye may receive the promise Commit thy way unto the Lord trust also in Him antI lie will bring it to passBut didst thou not agree with my master for so much questioned Eli ezer sharply as hi turned from his weighing of the sliver anti gold and waited for the man standing at his side to speak Mamre in whose country Abraham dwelt hall come that day to receive the annual tribute or as we would call It today the rent money which had been agreed upon when Abraham hail settled with his flocks and herds In the beautiful valley In the true spirit of hospitality of the cast Abraham had entertained his guest and after they had broken bread together thereby pledging to each other undying fealty and friendship Abraham directed Ellezcr lila confidential servant anfl steward of all his household and pod sessions to make settlement win Mamre Accordingly the two men hal were thus huiilly cit gaged when the dispute as to term arose The wily Mature sought to escap direct answer to Ellezers question by recalling tho unusual prosperity of Abraham since his coming thither As he lifted his eyes and looked down the valley and towards the hillsides he exclaimedSee splendid flocks anti herds fill tho valley and there with a sweep of his hand in the direction of the fit tie village of tents where Abrahams men and their families were sheltered his numerous followers dwell in contentment for there is plenty for all Is It not little enough which I ask for all this It Is my land and my friendship that are making Abraham rich Should I not be treated fairly Anti as be ceased speaking he lot his eyes fall greedily upon the chests of treasure which Eliezer guarded in his tent and from which he hail Just taken the sil vcr and gold for payment to him Had Eliczer not been too modest to peak for himself he might have told how it was his care and ueyotlon to Abrahams interests more than the special favor of the country which had so enriched and prospered his master He might have told how by his skill and management he had made flocks and soil yield abundant returns He might have told how by precept and example he had Inspired In Abrahams men the same spirit of devotion and faithfulness to duty which marked his administration But he said not a word Instead he pushed the bags of gold and silver which by this tlmi had been filled and tied up towards the other with an air of decision nnd Mamre seclns that further effort to exact a large tribute was vain took the profferci treasure and departed 11 the meantime in the tent tn Abraham master and wife wero holding Important conference The coming of Mamre had stirred strange memories for tho year before just previous to coming to Hebron and settling God had appeared to him and promised him not only the land but a seed to occupy It as numerous as the dust of the earth But as yet no heir had come and the realization of the promise seemed ns far off as ever Abraham was the first to speak I am minded to make Ellezer my son and heir May it not be that Gods promise Is to be realized In himSurely he hath been more than a son to you since first he met you at Damascus when a mere stripling and insisted in following you whither you went replied Sarah in evident sym pathy with Abrahams plan for she had long since ceased to hope that she herself would be the mother of Abra hams heir and her bitterness and grief seemed to find relief in the thought that In Eliezer was to be real ized Gods promise The Tribute of Suffering It is those whom we love most upon whom we lay the heaviest burdens We do not turn to strangers or untried acquaintances when we would lean hard on some one jn a crisis of life Vc tax most thos whom we trust most Aud what is true of our rela tlqns with each other Is true of the Fathers relations With His children JJe does not send streSs and burdens to weakllllgst God must love you very to trust you with such suf fering said one to a friend whose bur4n Ffctuei unbearable Butt God I 1 Ii Long they sat and talkca over their plans and then as the twilight deepen ed into the darkness of night Abra ham withdrew for his favorite walk and meditation alone in the Ere he realized whither his starlightI bearing him he found the altar which he had bullded when he first came to Hebron Falling prone upon the ground he lifted his heart to God III prayer for he was singularly oppressed and troubled in spirit The way haul seemed all so clear while ho had talked with Sarah but now he seemed III greater doubt than ever How long he remained bowed to the ground he knew not hut at last he re alized that he was not atone but that Jehovah stood by his side and he heard hint say Fear not Abraham I am thy shield and thy exceeding great reward What wilt Thou give me oh Lord seeing go childless Shall not this Ell- ezer of Damascus become my son and heir I beseech Thee that Thou wilt look with favor upon him pleaded Ab raham earnestly as he unfolded the plan of his own heart and that of Sarah- A deep and long silence followed one of those pauses which come at times when the heart Is walling before God and He would have Itsearch for end long to Know the Divine will Then came the message This man shall not be thine heir but he that shall come forth out of thine own bowels shall be thine heir Come I have somewhat to show thee and leading him forth God brought him to the toIthou be able to number them In obedience to Gods word Abraham lifted his eyes to the vast stretch of heavens and as his gaze swept from horizon to zenith and from zenith to the horizon in every direction each one of the countless hosts of heaven seemed to be flashing forth a challenge for him to number them Bewildered and abashed at the impossible task he bowed his head and God said in measured tones SoshallthyseedbeAnd It was with lithe step and buoyant heat t that he descended the mountain and retraced his steps to his abode Eagerly he sought his wifes side and arousing her from her slumbers related all the wonderful experiences of the night Descendants as the stars of heaven Abrahams seed and not Eliezer How could It be Sarah doubted not Gods promise but she could not understand how it could be brought to pass All night long she pondered the thought and then felt into a fitful slumber dur ing which she thought she had fallen Into sore trouble and saw Hagar her Egyptian maid coming to her help but just before she reached her she awoke All during the day her mind was filled with the story of Abraham and strange ly enough her dream kept ever recurring- to her in connection therewith Abra ham was not near to confide in for he had left early in the day for the mountain with the heifer and the goat and the ram the lurtlcdove and the young pigeon as the Lord commanded him in re sponse to his request for a sign And while Abraham was thus occupied in that wonderful symbolic service antI vision Sarah planned how Gods prom- Ise was to be realized In accordance with the common custom of her country and people she would give her bond slave her maiden to Abraham as wife that by her the son and heir might be ob tainedThus it came to pass on Abrahams return tate that night that Sarah told him all that was in her heart Ishmacl was born but how little Joy and comfort it brought to Sarahs heart He was the child of Sarahs planning but dot thb child of Gods pronlse and how can there be real joy or comfort apart from the will anti purpose of God And the years which followed how barred of spiritual blessing Thirteen years and no vision from God no word from HimHave you ever stepped aside from Gods chosen pathway for you and then gone on groping in the dark week in and week out month in and month out until the weeks and months have lengthened into years and still no real joy of fellow ship with God or revelation from Him All you could do was to cling In blind faith to Him and wait Our mlsstcps often delay Gods plans and we do have to wait in darkness and cheerlessness until God again comes to us It is try ing to faith but the trying of our faith worketh patience and If we let patience have her perfect work we shall be entire and wanting nothing to make our Christian character complete And thus out of mistakes may come blessing It was so with Abraham It may be so with you One day the faithful Ellezer came to Abraham and said My master rcmembercst thou not that Ishmael is already 12 years of age and naught has been done towards pre paring him as thine heir to take his place as the head of the house when thou art goneSarah overheard the speech The bitterness which bad come with the birth of Ishmacl had not yet left her heart and without knowing why she spoke up sharply Ishmael shall not lie thine heir All effort to induce his wife to explain her strange speech were unavailing and indicating to Eliczer that he would talk with him later Abraham withdrew to his favorite retreat by Gods altar there to meditate And the Lord appeared to him there anti said I am God Almighty walk before Me and be thou perfect And I will make My covenant between thee and Me and will multiply thee exceedingly And Abraham fell on his face before the Lord All the pentup feelings of the years gushed forth the darkness and doubt were fled away and lifting his voice of pleading be said Oh that Isbmael might live before Thee Nay but Sarah thy wife shall bear thee a son and thou sbalt call his name Isaac and will establish My covenant with him for an everlasting covenant for his seed after him And as for Ish mcl I have heard thee behold I have blessed him and will make him fruitful and will multiply him exceedingly J2 princes shall he beget and 1wlll make him a great nation But my covenant will I establish with Isaac whom Sarah shall bear unto thee The voice ceased and Abraham was feltthatSarahIshmael eachother burdenrefiningmore than enough of His strength to lookbackatnow the reason for rejoicing in every such experience Could we order our lives betterS S Times Drink is the mother of want and the nurse of crime J l4 I f5c t r The Commonwealth HIS ROLL GONE His Sweetheart Embraced Him Warm Iy at the Depot Lexington Ky May 8Jas Dur ham has sworn out a warrant here charging Lizzie Shephard with grand larceny Durham rays he had been calling on the girl and she had gona to the depot to bid him goodby on hia way to Stonega Va to be gone for some months At the depot he says his sweetheart embraced him Ho thought it only a mark of real affec Lion until a few minutes later he miss cd his roll He says he had 90 III bills in his vest pocket with which to pay for transportation of a number of men to the Virginia town where they were going to work in the mines He had no money left to pay for the transportation of the men and the trip was postponed JUDGE HARGIS TRIAL The Jury Failed To Reach An Agree ment and Were Discharged Lexington Ky May SJames Har gis the county judge of Breathitt county who has been on trial for four weeks for complicity in the murder of James Cockrill Is still a prisoner in the Faycttc county jail although tho jury in the case failed to reach a verdict after deliberating for 15 hours The jury announced to Judge Parker that they had failed to reach an agree ment and asked to be excused from further deliberations Judge Parker questioned each juror separately and after each had said that it would be impossible to reach a verdict Judge Parker discharged them fOUGHT OVER A WOMAN In a Difficulty Paul Campbell Killed William Coffman Madlsonville Ky May 8ln a difficulty between Paul Campbell and Wm Coffman of the northern part of the county Coffraan was shot and in stantly killed The trouble is said to have been brought about by a woman They were neighbor boys and were highly respected in the community in which they lived Campbell made his escape Thrown From a Horse Patlucah Ky May SMrs H IL Laughlta wife of Judge Laughlln of Chicago was probably fatally butt while hroseback riding She fell from the animal phd has been unconscious most of the day They are on a visit at the Pines a summer resort near the city i Houses Washed Away Fulton Ky May SA severs flood has been experienced here the damage totaling several thousand dollars Heavy rains swelled Harris Fork creek and business houses on Lake street were Hooded to tho depth of several feet Many houses were washed from their foundations A Promising Colt Lexington Ky May 8Col Milton Young proprietor of McGrathiana stud is the proud possessor of one of the most royallybred thoroughbreds in the state this season The youngster is a filly full sister to the famous Endur ance by Right Against Summer Meeting Iexlngton Ky May SA petition has been handed to Stoney Montgom cry president of the Memphis Jockey club signed by a large number of turf men asking that the project to hold a long summer meeting at Bluff City be abandoned Locomotive Engineer Killed Louisville May 8 Passenger Train No 7 on the Louisville Nashvllla was derailed on a sharp curve near Sulphur Ky The engineer was kill ed and one passenger and four postal clerks injured but not seriously To Train For W Campbell Scott Lexington Ky May 8 Bernard M J Shannon formerly connected with the racing establishment of G C Ben nett has signed a contract to train for W Campbell Scott secretary of the Kentucky Breeders association Burned 650000 Staves Shclbyville Ky May 8Fire total ly destroyed 650000 staves belonging to William Alexander located on the bank of the Licking river one mile below town It is supposed to have been the work of ah incendiary A Life For Fifty Cents Willlamsburg Ky May SHenry Bush shot and instantly killed John Vickery here They quarreled over 50 cents flush Is said to have owed VicU cry Vickery was unarmed Bush was arrested and is in jail BITS PROM ABROAD British South Africa has a popula tion of 1133756 white people and 3308355 colored The government of Italy has to spend 20000 a year In keeping the Colosseum in repair The Motor Union of Great Britain and Ireland the largest organization of motorists in the world has 7500 membersPhysicians in various parts of Eng land are complaining that the compe tition of departments of hospitals is ruinously unfair Trials are now being made in the German army as to whether the blue and dark uniforms of the infantry had better be exchanged for gray clothes According to a Spanish exchange the republic of Colombia in South America since the times of the con querors has produced 130000000 worth of gold It came out In the house of commons the other day that the commissioners for the reduction of the na tional debt appointed in 1862 had held only one meeting since and that in Tyrolean Alpine association has decided to build about a hundred new Alpine huts In the next iw years Some of the huts will be at a height of over 14000 feet above the level of the sea a John Pearce who now employs 1500 persons in his 81 London restaurants all labeled Pearce and Plenty began life on a capital of 62 cents and started his first restaurant with a pushcart a tin ura and a little crockery At Pompeii Naples San Martlno and other Italian cities tourists could obtain formerly with ease permits to snapshot historic places for a nominal fee but now the objects intended to be photographed have to be specified in writing and a tax varying from ten cent tol Is Imposed for every negative THE WORST CUT OF ALL Opals That Had Brought Misfortune Were Not the Genuine Stones I think Sir Walter Scott is largely re iponsibla ior the supenttitition as to jewlryas it may it is IItii widespread There is higcitiesmeans a loss of thousands of dollars an nually The founder of the house put the iskeefingin the east A lady came in and handing me S breastpin set with opals said Mr Jones what will you give me for these atonci They were an heirloom theyhaveand I have hal nothing but misfortune We have lost our residence by there has been eicknres in the family all the time and he io experiencing business re verses I must get rid of the opals to make an offer for them Madam I saidare you sure that your troubles eve due to them Oh perfectly sure You cannot think orRny other cause No make tne an offer please Madam I replied deferentially I re gret to inform you that those stones are imitations Both Sldaa of the Question There are many things you cant do with money uid the man who affects philosophyYes answered Dustin Star nut there arc a whole lot more timings you cant do without it Washington Star a A Tale of Suffering Oakley Mich May SthlSpecial I saysFlorenceinterview I had a pain in my back anti hips If I sat down I could not get up out of my chair I was in pain all the enoughtonights Then I sent for a box of Dodds Kid ney Pills and went to taking them and what do think that very night I went to Ietlad I slept till morning I gut up and thanked God for the nights kqowthatclaimed for them This is only one of the numerous expert ences that the way to build up kidnryThowands KidneyFillsA working politician who has attended investigatlogGive me the byproducts of politics and I care not who makes the gas X Y Sun MERCILESS ITCHING Another Speedy Cure of nn Itching Hunter wii Loss of Hair r t Cutltarn Remedies For two years my neck was covered with sores the humor to my hair which fell out leaving an unsightly held spot and the soreness intlamma ton and merciless itching made me wild Iriends advised Cuticura Soap and Cuti cura Ointment and after a few applica tions the torment subsided to my great joy The sores soon disappeared and my grew again as thick and healthy as ever I shall always recommend the Cuticura Remedies Signed Harry J Spalding lOi West New nolaiinwas thrown by a Russian submarin- tmuinelhiladelphia Inquirer Help Yourself PainsTmpmedigestion or Stomach troubles Skin dia cases Catarrh etc by taking lushecks Kuro Prove the effectiveness of this remedy by using it after doctors and all remedies have failed Write for WashingtonRussias free balance presumably tel resents the money tIme grand dukes have not yet taken possession of Detroit Free Tress AKansasfrsGovernment landsRicecopy ofCurrent Events Business Op portunitics Rice book K C S Fruit round trip homcseekers tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of each month The short lixe totlie Land of Fulfillment Hither a nun finds fault because he is taxed or because he has nothing to be UxrdN Y Press Biais The Signature of CSMPi MOST PROFITABLE FARM INVESTMENT This is what the Cream Separator has proved to be Twenty years of experi ence upon the of of thousands of users in every coun of the bear witness to the fact No one disputes it There never was time to investment than the regent Butter is un reccdentedly high in price It is most that none be left go to waste and that the quality be such as to command top prices If you have cream to you cannot afford to delay this investment a single day If havent the ready cash machine will earn its cot while you are paying for THE DE LAVAL Co Randolph a Canl St CHICAGO 74 Ctrtlem IftiM- I New YORK HEADACHE CARTh8ITTLE IVER PILLS IcARTESI1ITTLE PENSIONS Aiwaje niaho- thisallimportantfarnz SEPARATOR SICK Positively core by these Ultla Pills They also rellen Distress trora Dyspepsia In digestion and Too Hearty Eating A perfect rem edyforptalaK3N isea DtWEtaesa Bid Taste la the Jftralfc HnguePaln ta the side TORPID L1VZR tej ulate the Bowels Partly VtfeUMe- SMALLNLL SMALLNSE SMALLPE MrtMurtBair Fa 5imila Signituw REFUSE SUIITITHTES sge at mcifl Wait erodlssbill tyanyvsrand Jot 150501 O5CiOJi P0105W SIewice Ot Lswsed54vleeWlsLOUlCKhZOCIIISWlstIt 0 LIVING TOOASTILY AMERICAN WOMEN BREAK DOWN JFasentePinkhams Vegetable Compound Owing to our mode and manner of living and the nervous haste of every woman to accomplish just so much each day it is said that there Is not one woman in twentyfive but what suffers with some derangement of the female organism and this is the secret of so many unhappy homes No woman can be amiable light 4hearted and happy joy to her hue band and children and perform the I duties incumbent upon her when she is suffering with backache headache nervousness sleeplessness bearing down pains displacement of the womb spinal weakness or ovarian troubles Irritability andsnappy retorts take the place of pleasantness and all sun t shine is driven out of the home and lives are wrecked by womans great enemy womb trouble Read this letter Dear Mrs Finkham I was troubled for eight Tears with Irregu larities which broke down my health and brought on extreme nervousness and dency Lydia E PinVhams Vegetable Corn proved to be the only medicine which 1f helped me Day by day I improved in health while taking it until I was entirely cured I can attend to my social and household duties and thoroughly enjoy life once more as Lydia E Plqkhams Vegetable Compound has made jmlnMeLEast Boston Mass At the first indication of ill health painful or irregular menstruation pain in the side headache backache uearingdown pains nervousness or the blues secure at once a bottle of Lydia B Pinkhams Vegetable Corn pound and begin its use DESCIPLE OF SOCIALISM Mike Was Willing to Share with His Fellows Anything He Have Once as the story goes two Irishmen were engaged in a discussion when ratasked what socialism was relates the Louisville CourierJournal Well socialism is sort of an equal di I vision of property declared Mike mine is yours what yours is mine Thats the idea Jf you had 2000000 asked Pat would you give me fl000000 I would that said Mike That ac cording to my principles If you would you give me one of them was Pats next question Mike insisted that he would And if you had two fine horses would you give me one Mike declared that he would follow his j principles And if you hid two goats would you give me one of them finally asked Pat I would not I have them declared the socialistic disciple And there is not in the hooks be it re memhered in these day when so many hetIS Doubted Its Newness s In a certain home where the stork re visited there is a sixyearold son Artakenclaimed O mamma it htsnt any teeth Ov Jirtiencried i oiiiebody has done us Its an old lahyPhiiadelphia Public Ledger In Pinch Use Allens FootEase Shake into your shoes FootrEasc a powder It cures Corns Bunions Painful Smarting HotSwollen feet At nil Druif gists and Shoe Stores 25c Sample Address A S Olnuted Le Roy N Y I When the has become extinct and its extinction is said to be probable If not certain it might not be a bad ida to turn its exterminators loose apoa tn mosquito Bieghamton N Y Leader I br Winti and Children 1j- I his kied YeN Hare Iwglt 751 rnAV TtNUWama hundreds world K better it coated on 01 a Didnt cently t a Allens lobster THE FARMERS OH THE I FREE HOMESTEAD LANDS 4carry Inc lor teias ox Wheat sad other grln1904 receive 55000000 as a result of their Wheat Crop alone The returns from Oali Barley andotber grains as welt as cattle anti horses add con siderably to this Secure a Free Homestead at once or purchase from some reliable dealer while lands arc sell Ing at present low prices Apply for Information to StrnniNTXMDtST or IUIIIOBATIOV Ottawa Canada or to II M WILLIAMS Law BuHdln Toledo Authorized Canadian tiOTCtnment Agent FOR Itr iiblM with ills pe li t LIbel sex useS t ceufui atoN discharges heali tn5aMtiserene tj cure leaconbaa ananttu ctUmu futine Is in powder form to be disjoint is itcr and is far more cleansing hasting limiciSaS and economical than liquid antucptvs ice alt TOILET AND WOMENS SPECIAL USE For sale at drnfgiitJ M cents a boz Trial Bex and nook el Instruction Pr THKft PAXTOH coMpaNy STOM MASS c CNEAP WESTERN PANADA forS100000 Pamirs PtsaasaagwhTyoaeewjklsadrqrtbgrsinge WOMEN asadouchsfsmarveer MOTHER GRAYS SWEET P0WDERI FOR OIDEN tiA Certain Cine for Tenrhtaeca Cratt tl B RsadebS Is Ntek lrsble TeISsBorder f y ueTLTiuria tflSi bouTS 1111 Irugfi4is553 t drau Born Sample milled JswYQrky A S OMTU Rr NiT ATZtCULWua1taOeue ttiolo540 W cere rednos0raWsw DossDoGgooG 10 sac above StsISS pettigs Wells for rates sir t catiroixia nsa PATENTS 4Spga book inant birhI sefreaG li t 1 i tr F yrttvfi W fV Y L s h i tffirt r 7- t InveBtignUon pt tm Packer 4i vVery general Interest has been manifested iu the government Investi modeio conducting business by the large packers located In Chicago and else where Much has been written upon the alleged Illegal and Improper modes withIpacking Industry but It seems that so far no definite chargo of any kind has been sustained and no proof of illegal or inequitable methods hiss been disclosed to the public While a 1 greatIndustrialS thjj country it might be well to re member that the packers have had as- Vet no opportunity to make specific do I nlWtho many Indefinite charges of wrongdoing having never been formulated so that a categorical answer could bo made Tne recent report of Commissioner L Garfield which embodied the results of an official investigation undertaken t by the department of commerce and labor of the United States waa a yin I dication of the western packers but thlaresult having been unexpected at tempts in many quarters to discredit Itb wore made Intlew of the situation as it now stands however attention may proper I ly bo called to a few facts that owing ttf popular clamor are now being ap parently overlooked Fair treatment in this country has heretofore been ac corded to all citizens whose affairs as I sume prominence in the public eye and tp some of the facts that bear upon the relation of the packers to the com fierce of tho country may at this time I ba briefly alluded to It wqald beI difficult to estimate the benefits gained by the farmers of the country result Ingfrom the energetic enterprise of the packers for whatever is of benefit to the farmer is a gain to the entire commerce of the country And con 1Inected with their continuous ggres work no feature perhaps has been more Important than their efforts In vS Becking outlets all over the world forth surplus products of the farmer Our total exports of agricultural products have gained but little in the past twenty years and leaving out corn thet of all other farm products was f5farless in 1903 than in 1891 But in packing house products there was con gain during this period be icausean organized and powerful force has been behind them seeking new and broader markets Besides the benefits reaped by farm ers on account of the enterprise and I energy exercised by the packers in at q taiqlng commercial results by foreign trade the great development in the manufacture of packing house byprod ucts has added enormously to the value of all live stock raised in the United States The waste material of twenty years ago then an expense to the packer is now converted into ar ticles of great value and as an eco nomic fact this must correspondingly increase the value lo the farmer of every head of cattle marketed at the 14 thecountryLetnow it is so popular to regard the great packing industry as deserving of condemnation At least it must be ad mitted that so far there is no ade quate reason for the almost unanl xnous howl that may be heard every reSiJly exonerates the packers from the ob acute and Indefinite charges that have been for some time past made the sub ject of popular comment ti Not So Strange TDld sbe get back that big spotted red veil she lostf Myra t Stranger that anybody wtmld return it udontthInko Nolle would han 1 the fto wear itClevaland Plain J I Titiler 1LinIrten of the Eries new standard passenger locomotives of the Pacific type at ttaJned a speed of = miles an hour on 4 ferade of 45 feetin the mile entering Ftort Jervis on her trial run from Jer cty City A speed of t miles was 27iMfddletown where the grade runs 2 from 58 to61 feet to the mile The locomotive and lender weighed 389750 uUds earring 8500 gallons of water and ie tons of coal and is the largest pijsenger engine ever built The run beet ever made over the Erie and foretells what mar be ex 1mtS the transportation over the Erie when its new equip 1 placed in service p j Safe Both Way SheJack do you think I am like 4J QtherT Je Oh ye Lillian as your moth c erjB sweet face must have looked when abe was just your age Cassells Linesjwilling to have the private car lines brought un 1 der the jurisdiction of the Interstate Commerce Commission Ar railroad president is authority for the stato BtenUthat lines are paid mileage with out discrimination and the question of eiesslvechargesls a matter for the shipper to settle with the car lines to their1lIiCrawford Why do those society women prefer prize bulldogs to chll dr nrCr bahawlsupposelts because t1tiifrcost more Town Topics lJlAPPYWOKEN t f5 Nrs Pare cKe fC B SPrt4apromI 1JLCUt real dPJofGlaa I IlLi gqw i9rsIwas t 1 c pUcatipn of kIisey Jro1l A b I4end back 3 5IaJ great y4 p fflwith trow the lieretii 1ISek eIceedirigly variable some I tl UM WMAMiTe and at other time 7 heolor was high and pass I iii jreratteMpuLWltk a scalding tiea Doana KM ey JPlllsoos li lIJtecl the kidieysecretisina mak- l f tkelr color normal at swished I iBiawnaUoa which caused jttje 1ldiBg8e tlon I can rest weLl strong sad sound and 1 t iia better in every way V 4l4 atkt alldfi1en price SO t 1eiiti per bOL 1t FOSTEKMILBDBN c IdalO N Y 1 iV1 ftft I- it ii 1 t j i 7 7 Ort J r or P t J titf 1 4II 1 HAPPENINGS IN ALl PARTS OF THE GLOBE News of the Past Few Days Col Isctetl and Presented in Condensed Form PITHY AND POINTED PARAGRAPHS The RussianJapanese War in the Far East and Other Interesting For eign Notes Doings of the Public Officials Tho diplomatic representatives of one of the great powers closely con nected with the war state that It is undeniably true that President Roosevelt Is endeavoring to make peace as soon as possible Tho St Petersburg correspondent confirms the report of the purchase by Russia of the Chilian and Argentine navies Tho vessels secured from the Argentine republic number three bat tleships and seven cruisers Adm Rojestvensky has written to relatives in St Petersburg In which he pictures the conditions of Ills fleet not In the most glowing terms Ho says that it is Impossible for him to light with the material at hand The remains of Gen Fltzhugh Leo were laid to rest near tne grave of Jefferson Davis In Hollywood ceme tory Richmond Va All tOe military organizations of the state and many of the veterans organizations as well as hundreds of school children were in the line of march In token of appreciation of the dis tinguished service nail friendship for Cuba of the late Gen Fltzhugh Lee the Cuban senate and house unani mously directed that a cable of con dolence be sent to the family of Gen Lee Booker T Washington In an address raid a glowing tribute to the late Gen Fitzhugh Lee lauding him as a gener ous and sympathetic friend of the colored race Importations to the port of New York during the month of April shows an increase of nearly 10000000 over the corresponding month of last year Tho total value of Importations during April was 60464603 A company is being formed on the border line of Barren Kdmundson ami Hart counties Kentucky for the de velopment of large deposits of onyx which are reported to have been found In several caves The steamer Pleiades from the Orient brought nqws that protests are be ing filed by shipowners and underwri ters concerning the summary proceed ings of Japanese prize courts trying seized steamers Ambassador McCormick was receiv ed by President Loubct with that mill tary pomp which traditionally marks an ambassadors first meeting with the head of the republic The heads of the Insurance departments of Wisconsin Massachusetts Kentucky Tennessee and New Hamp shire will meet at the Hoffman house New York todecldo what action they shall take In connection with the Equitable Life Assurance society con troversyPresident James W Alexander of the Equitable Life Assurance society resigned as trustee of the majority stock left by the late Henry B Hyde In a letter addressed to President Alexander James H Hyde and H H Mcintyre refuse to accept Mr Alexan ders resignation as a trustee of the socalled Hyde stock and announce that proceedings against Mr Alexan der will be taken in the courts for an accounting of his administration of the trust- The French cable connecting Cadiz Spain with Tangier provided for by the FrancoSpanish convention has been completed The cable belongs to tbe French government The committee of the social demo cratic party of Poland and Llthunla has Issued a manifesto proclaiming a general strike and calling out ill toe workmen immediately In consequence of the recent bloodshed At New York the indictments for conspiracy against J Morgan Smith and wife Nan Pattersons sister were quashedCapt James L Farris dlcjl at Excel sior Springs Mo of heart disease at the age of 72 He was born in Wll llamsburg Ky He served through the war on the confederate side The Jury In the case of Nan Patter son tried for the third time on the charge of murdering Caesar Young In New York failed to agree and was dis charged It Is probable Miss Patter son will be released either on nominal ball or under her own recognizance and the indictment eventually be quashedThe legislature passed a bill appropriating 25000 for the participa tion of the state and the construction of a building at the Jamestown Va exposition In 1907 The Pittsburg Y M C A has barred actors Frank Robinson secretary of tho association reports that three ap pllc tions for membership made in the past two weeks by actors have been rejectedAt rd Cl on the i7fh ballot Congressman Brandege secured the nomination as United States senator by a vote of 120 He succeeds the late Senator Orville H Platt The secretary of the interior order ed the withdrawal from entry of 400 000 acres of land In the North Yakima Washington district on account of tho Klttltas Irrigation project Second Assistant Secretary Adee left Washington for New York whence he will sail on the Lorraine for Havre He will make this the point of departure on a bicycle trip of about 1501 miles through the byways of Central and Southern France ChiIcaowith an extensive lottery scheme In San Francisco At Omaba Neb three persons were killed and six Injured none fatally by the collapse of a threestory building The building was occupied by tho Omaha Casket Co The Stout antigraft bill is now a law in Wisconsin the governor having affixed his signature to It It Is one of the most far reaching measures against corruption cver passed The court of appeals of tie District of Columbia decided that the secre enjoinedprJated by congress for tin purchase of the Panama canal property Four esspteyes off the Southern Pa cite rallroSA on trains running put of ft Paso Tex are iimderarrest at Lbrdsbursi N M charged with smug cling Chinese into the United States i v J Acting Secretary Loomis received a cablegram from Minister Barrett at Panama stating that he expected to be able to sail for Colombia on the 16th instant Tho lower peninsula of Michigan was swept by a storm that caused soy eral deaths by lightning and in tho vicinity of Grand Rapids resulted in nearly 100000 damages to green houses and peach orchards from phe nomenally heavy hall The seventh session of tho International Railway Congress was formally opened In Washington by Vice Presi dent Charles W Fairbanks Nearly 500 delegates were present and every railroad of importance in the world Is representedJoseph Choate the retiring am bassador to Great Britain and Gen Horace K Porter former American ambassador to France were elected to honorary membership In the New York chamber of commerce The war department has been ad vised of the death of MaJ George M Wheeler U S A retired In New York city Explorer Pearys arctic ship which has been christened Roosevelt was seized at Portland Me for 4600 debt by the builders of the hull Gen 11T Boynton president of the Society of the Army of the Cumbe land has appointed Gen Andrew S Burt of Washington D C the record- Ing secretary of the society to fill the term of Col J W Steele deceased Isaac N Perry who has been on trial charged with having set fire to the Chicago Car and Locomotive Co plant at Hegcwlch to secure ths Insurance money on the plant was a quittedA passed over Central Okla homa antI part of Indian Territory The town of Owl I T nlno miles north of Coalgate was almost destroy cd A number of people were killed and mdre than a hundred Injured At the conclusion of a meeting of the cerebrospinal meningitis commit tee In New YorlcHealth Commission er Harrington announced that the com mittee had concluded that too treat ment of the disease Is a thorough sys tem of fresh air and sunshine At Orechovozucvo Russia In a col lislon between troops and demonstrat ing workingmen one workman was killed and 20 workmen and seven sol diers were wounded Pat Crowe tho alleged kidnaper ot Eddie G aby son of the millionaire packerS Omaha Neb and for whose arrest rewards aggregating 30000 have at different times been offered Is In OmahaAt Russian Poland Cossacks charged a crowd that was singing rev olutionary songs In front af a Cfathollc church Seven persons wero killed Lord Charles Beresford vice admiral of the British navy who Is In Washington for a short visit on his way from the south paid his respects to Secretary Morton and Rr Adm Con verse chief of the naval bureau of nav igationThe socalled antiloan shark bill intended to throw difficulties In the way of lenders of money on salarj se curities passed the Illinois legislature Business failures in the United States for the week ending May 4 number 193 against 193 last week 17C In the like week In 1904 and 175 iu a letter addressed to Acting Secretary Loomis from Bad Nauheim Germany Secretary Hay speaks very hopefully of his health which he says has Improved steadily while he has gained In strength It has become known that the fed eral grand Jury In New York for sometime past has been conducting a secret Investigation Into certain matters concerning the American Tobacco Co and its subsidy companies Retiring Ambassador Joseph H Choate was given a farewell dinner by the lord mayor of London All parties classes professions and opinions from the great metropolis represented by the lord mayor himself to the govern ment represented by Arthur J Balfour and the Marquis of Lansdowne together with a few of the American community were there James E Britt ot California became champion lightweight of the world when he knocked out Jabez White of England at the close of a magnificent 20 round battle An autopsy disclosed the fact that James Goldrings death at Vlnccnncs Ind was due to a grain of corn which he swallowed a few days before and which sprouted In the lower Intestines I Mrs Annie Dummer of Chicago was shot and Instantly killed in her home by Pejer Neuen a boarder Neuen after being locked up attempted to commit suicide by hanging J T Logne postmaster at Shady Grove Ala who was a few days ago checked up 600 short by a post office inspector was adjudged insane Logne was sent to the state Insane asylum Two men were fatally shot In a riot In front of the Galnsboro hotel Chi cago They are Charles Daly shot in the right hand and tho abdomen and John Nonan shot through the body just above the heart Fourth Assistant Postmaster General DeGraw made public a report on the rural free delivery service In the coun try showing a total of 30382 routes In operation May 1 with 4708 petitions for the service pending Charles Kroeger was killed by light ning in the presence of the members of his family while standing on the porch of his Chouse near Edwardsvjlle At Jamestown N D rain and snow fell for 24 hours There was Ia heavy snowfall along the Jamestown Northern branch and the two snow plows have been sent to help trains stallsd In tho snow E J Smiley secretary of the Kansas Grain Dealers association was placed in jail at Lacrosse Kan to serve a 90 days squtcnce of the United States su preme court Sor the violation of the antitrust law- Anthony Kaminsky was given a jUdg- ment for 2000 against the grand lodge Knights of the Modern Macca bees In the circuit court at Detroit for injuries which he alleged he sustained while being initiated into the organization The schooner Florida with her crew of six men went to the bottom in a storm near Campeachee bank Florida George W Beavers late chief of tho salary and allowance division of the post office department was arraigned in the criminal court on the charge of conspiring to defraud the government and gave bond for hlsappearance for trialThe steamer Santona from New York has arrived at Colon and Is die charging 140 flat cars from Pittsburg and 1500 tons of rails to be used in double tracking the Panama railroad Chares Edward Speer president of the FIrstvNatipnal bank of Pittsburg is dead aged 68 years at his home of acte indigestion 1 r A party of 500 men recruited at St Louis by a woman representing a St Louis detective agency departed for Chicago on order from the Employers Teaming and the Chicago Employers associations to take tho places of tho strikersSheriff Thomas E Barrett of Cook county will take active control of tha strike situation In Chicago So much pressure has been brought to bear upon him and Mayor Dunne by business men who believe their Interests to be seriously Imperiled by the constant rioting in the streets that the sheriff has been compelled to swear In a large force of deputies and take active steps to do away with the present disorder At Kansas City Mo an employment agency Is offering men 5 a lay to take the places of the striking teamsters and 35 cents an hour for street car menMore rioting occurred in Chicago Several persons were seriously Injur ed Bottles stones tumblers and oth er missiles were hurled from windows at passing teams driven by nonunion drivers Several women were seen throwing missiles Charles Arnold the actor died and dcnly at the Savage club In london while sitting at a piano singing a com- Ic song The protected cruiser St Louis suc cessfully launched at Philadelphia Is a sister ship of the Milwaukee now building at San Francisco and the Charleston In course of construction at Newport News After spending a night of terrible suffering clinging to the masts of the sunken steamer J E Mills which went down In Lake Eric oft Midlc Sister Islands Capt Ianaay antI his crew of five men were landed at Amherst burg Ont- oSpiritualism Is to have a temple at Leroy with nn endowment of 250000 the gift of tho late J T Crumbaugh the rich banker of Leroy whose will was probated at Blooming ton The estate Is valued at more than 300000 More than 200000 worth of berries have rotted at the depot at Chadburn N C the past few days because re frigerator cars have not been furnish ed The railroad Is hauling carload aftqr carload of spoiled strawberries to the river and dumping them as gar bage A fire visited Badana Ky and burned 40000 worth of property In the business district There was 10000 Insurance The cause Is unknown Capt N M Harris of Macon Ga has been selected as the orator for the Confederate reunion In Louisville Ky The news which reached Havana of the approaching marriage of Capt Richmond P Hobson to Miss GIzclda Hull of New York was received with a great deal of interest by the many Cuban friends of the hero of the Men rimacThe sultan of Turkey has conferred on J Pierpont Morgan the Grand Cor don of the Osnianli Order and pro sented him with a vase from the Im penal porcelain factory The executors of tho estate of the late Henry W Oliver of Pittsburg fil ed a partial accounting of the estate and some figures of appalling magni tude were flashed An estimate of the estate based on tho personal property figures flied shows that he was worth between 40000000 and 50000000 The board of education of San Fran cisco has taken a determined stand against the admission of Chinese ani Japanese pupils to schools where white children are being educated 1 First Lieut Moses R Ross of the artillery corps stationed at lot Monroe was drowned in tho moat at that post He was 27 years old Because severalmen who were play Ing accordions and singing In front of his home would not stop when asked to do so Peter Ro veil no of Williams burg N Y shot and killed Patrick Ketchwe tho leader of the sereuaders There Is marked activity In the volcano Kilauea The flow of lava is in creasing and a rising in the crater gives Indications that there may be an of Police Donahue qf Omaha personally offered a reward ot 200 for the capture of Pat Crowe wanted on a charge of highway robbery In connec tion with the Cudahy kidnaping The Joy line steamer Aransas was sunk in collision with the barge Glen dower near Vineyard Haven Mass nine miles southeast of tho Pollock Rip shoals lightship One life was lost that of Mamie Kelley The North Atlantic battleship squad ron under command of Rr Adm Rob ley Do Evans arrived in Hampton Roads after its target practice along the Florida coast The Flint Glass Workers National Union will at once begin the erection of three lamp chimney factories which will give employment to the union men thrown out of work by the action of the McBethEvans Chimney Co In declaring an open shop and installing blowing machines After a vigorous chase that led through several Atlantic coast cities Secret Service Officer Land of Boston arrested three men all of San Francisco charged with extensive coun terfeiting operaUons Four Russian tropedo boat destroy ers were sighted westward of Hok kaido Piotr Kasannirosak who was born In Poland H4 years ago Is dead at his borne In Detroit He had been a life long abstainer from tobacco an1 liquor and has spent most of his life In the open air James Hunter a farmer living near Bridgman Minn put some dynamite with which he intended to blowout some stumps In the Kitchen stove oven to thaw Shortly afterward an explosion wrecked the house and killed his wife and two children The advocates of a uniform duty of two per cent on importations of ag l machlneryquorum rather than allow an adverse vote on the measure to establish such a duty Laborers near Godek Russia set fire to a farm house A detachment of Cossacks fired Into the crowds IndIs- criminately killing 18 and wounding 20 The Isthmian canal commission Is contracting dally for large quantities of machinery and supplies for the Pan ama canal construction At Ft Worth Tex Mrs Annie Staf fer better known as Annie Brown was shot and killed by Fred Street Street at once turned the weapon on himself and fired death resulting In a few seconds TIe womans father was promi nent In racing circles British marines have seized and for tified a port on the Persian gulf The British troops made their landing at Kowelt The porte has formally protested to the British foreign office Gov E W Hoch has said that he will do all in his power to see that the prphlblUonary law is enforced in Kan TH n I 639 lit f WILL INVESTIGATE Slajor Dmine of Chicago Apr points a Committee Conspiracy is Charged by Both Sides The Teamsters Strike Enters Upon Its Third WeekNo Sign of Settlement Chicago May 8Thls week will ci ther bring an end to the teamsters strike In Chicago or else one of the worst Industrial upheavals In the his tory of the city The present trouble which has lasted for two weeks has reached a point where the business men Involved In tho difficulty appear to have gained a decided advantage and the teamsters appear now to be In n position where they must either yield or decide to extend the strike by calling out thousands of other work men engaged In affiliated unions Arrangements have neon made by every business house Involved In the trouble to at least double its force of nonunion men during the day It Is said that all preparations havb been made to start out 1000 wagons man ned by nonunion men- The Employers association through their chief counsel Levy Mayer an flounced that they would do cvcrythlni in their power to assist the commit tee appointed by Mayor Dunne to In vestigate time causes of the strike Charges of conspiracy by both sides was the reason given by Mayor Dunne for tho appointment of the Investigat ing committee President Shea of the teamsters union also said that the unions would be found ready to assist the mayors committee In every manlier possible to bring to light all the facts concerning the difficulty IN FRENCH WATERS Japs Highly Inflamed at Frances Al leged Breach of Neutrality London May SA telegram from HongKong to a news agency gives a long dispatch which It Is alleged tho French authorities at Saigon refused to transmit on April 20 detailing how for ten days the Russian Pacific squadron was allowed to convert Kamranh bay practically Into a Russian base freely coaling and provisiotilng openly under the direction of Prince Llevcn captain ot the Interned Russian cruis er Diana the French admiral Do Jon qulcres being present the whole tlmo and until April 23 making no attempt to check the breach of neutrality Special dispatches from Toklo to- the London morning newspapers represent that the Japanese feeling Is becoming highly Inflamed at Frances al leged failure to prevent ostentatious disregard for the principals of neu trality by the Russian Pacific squad ron The Toklo Asahi bluntly de scribes the French assurances that they would preserve neutrality as falsehoods and declares that Japan would he justified In liouiburding French territory mill calls on the gov ernment to take vigorous action HUNJiNG TRIP ENDS The President Entertained at Dinner His Late Companions Olenwood Springs Col May 8 President Roosevelt entertained at dinner his companions oil his three weeks hunt In the Rocky mountains After the dinner he bade them an af fectionate farewell and prohilsed that all would live forever In Ms fondest memory At the dinner were P B Stewart of Colorado Springs Dr Al exander Lambert Guides Jake Borah John Goff Brick Wells Jack Fry and G1 Sprague Courier liimer Chap- men and Secretary Loeb The dinner was sened in a private dining room of the Hotel Colorado The guests were dressed much as they were In the mountain flannel shirts were the rule although the guides did discard their caps and laid away their guns The president and Mr Loeb wore their frocks and Dr Lambert and Dr Stewart were in plain business suits as they have not yet received their dress clothimi- gEQUITABLES SURPLUS It U Held For the Exclusive Benefit of Its Policy Holders New York May SJames W Alex ander presldentof the Equitable Lib Assurance society made public a let ter written by him to Edward A Woods manager of the society at Pittsburgh In which he asserts that tin surplus of the society Is held for the exclusive benefit of Its policy hoders and not for the holders of the stock Mr Alexander also takes occasion In the letter to deny the rumors that he will resign The KiowaComanche Indian Lands Lawton Okla May 8ln a speech delivered Quanah Parker Comanche chief stated that President Roosevelt assured him that KiowaCoreanche pasture lauds of Oklahoma would remain the property of the Indians for all time Another Cowboy Favored Lawton Okla May SJohn Aber nathy the Oklahoma cowboy who made a wolf catching record with President Roosevelt In the Indian pasture reserve has been appointed by the president as deputy United States marshal for Oklahoma Spring Influx of Immigrants New York May SAn records were broken In the number of Immigrants who passed quarantine Within 12 hours 12039 foreigners arriving In steerage were permitted to enter New York The New Torpedo Boats Sebastopol May 8The torpedo boats which are being built at the gov ernment yard here under the genera supervision of Lewis Nixon of New York are nearing completion and their trials in the Black Sea will begin in a few days Six Saloonkeepers Arrested St Louis May 8 Six saloonkeepers were arrested in St Louis county on charges of violating the Sunday clos- Ing law by selling liquor It is stated that one of them is also a justice of the peace One Bullet Killed Two Sharon Pa May S Inflamed with Jealous rage John Soroskl shoj and killed Mrs John Seech and her J6 yearold nephew Frank Hoed and then fatally wounded himself ine police say that the bullet which caused the womans death passed entirely through her body and killed the boy Policemen Torn To Pieces Ekaterinburg Russia May SIn revenge for the death of a wrkman who was drowned in attempting to escape from a patrol a mob gathered and tore to pieces two police oQcera I PUTS BAN ON LOVE BY MAIL Postmistress Issues Cruel Manifesto Against the Boys and Girls at Qlassport Fa Pittsburg PaThe postmistress of Glassport Mrs R M Russell who la past the spooning age la not popular with tho young men and women of that town A flood of letters has passed through her hands of late How tho postmistress know they were lovo letters is something tho young people of the town are determined to fathom When they reached tho post office they read a notico which said that no more love making would bo permit ted In tho post office and that all boys and girls under 18 years of ago must have a written order from their parents before mall is delivered Mrs Russell says the young people of tho neighborhood have been stimulating their lovo affairs through the United States mall many tender missives being exchanged She says the parents complained and to protect her self she posted the notice The young people declare they will use their influence with the department to find out how tho postmistress knew love mis sives were being received Meanwhile McKeesport three miles away shows an Increase In mall Glassport young people exchanging correspondences through that office now BEAR LIVES IN HERMIT HUT GrizzlysPresence the Entrance Us Angeles CaL Near the old San Gabriel mission within nine miles of this city of 200000 souls a hermit has lived for many years in a little adobe hut He dirt and was buried Not hav ling any kndwn relatives Deputy Admin istrator Pctermlchel went out to the shack to take charge of the old mans elrectiIn 40 years that Senor Don occu pied the adobe no living soul save him self had crossed its threshold As the hermit died Suddenly away from the shack the deputy was the first one to break the solitude of the dwelling When he pushed open the door It was so dark inside that objects were not distinguish able so he stepped inside Then he was confronted by a grizzly bear which rose tQ his hind feet and with a blow of his paw sent the deputy flying through the door The deputy did not stop to in ventory the property but took to his heels The bear followed him out of the directthat bruin found the door of the shack doorIing him a prisoner- CINDERELLA TRIES POISON Girl Forced to Stay at Home While Sisters Enjoyed Pleasures Would Die New YorkBecause her elder sisters could go to dances and theaters while she was forced to stay Cindarcllallkc at home at night after working to help sup port the family by day pretty little Pau line Katz 18 years of age living on Second avenue attempted to commit sui cide by swallowing wood alcohol Prompt work by an ambulance sur geon saved the girls life but after be ing saved she sobbed that she wished to die and threatened to attempt her lifo again If she had the opportunity For weeks Pauline has brooded over her lot in the long evening when she stayed at home after hard days of tollns a buttonhole operator in a downtown clothing factory She worked at the ma chine all day and on Saturday turned in her wages to help run the home She longed for the pleasures of life but her parents told her she was too young and forbade her golng to dances or theaters or receiving the attentions of young men DOG ACTS BY GRAMOPHONE A Variation in Parlor Tricks Which Amuses a Womans Friends Canine a Wonder New YorkA woman In town has taught hex dog to do his tricks to her gramophoneInshe allowed enough time after each for the performance of the trick asked for explains1Everybody throughtholooks so funny watching the mouth of the gramophone for orders Perhaps you think It was easy to get trainingforone side of the room when I was over at the other side He wont do the tricks givesthethem before the gramophone when I may be miles away- MARKET REPORT Cincinnati May 6 CATTLE Common 3 50 601 Heavy steers 5 65 5 75 CALVESExtra 5 75 6 00 HOGSCh packers 5 55 5 60 Mixed packers 5 45 5 50 SHEEPExtra 5 00 LAMBSSpring 651 9 50 FLOURSpring pat 5 50 5 75 WHEATNo 2red 96 9- 8No3red 4I 88 51J5No301RYENo2HAY Ch timothy 12 00 PORKClear mess 13 55 hARDSteam 7 121O 7 25 BUTTER Ch dairy 15 17 Choice creamery G 27 APPLESChoice 2 50 3 00 POTATOESPer bbl 1 25 1 35 TOBACCONew 5 00 13 00 Old 450 14 75 Chicago i FLOUR Winter pat 510 5 20 933No48hOATSNo2RYErNo 2 70 73 PORKMess 12 00 12 10 LARDSteam 7 15 717 New York FLOURWin strts 4 50 4 65 WHEAT No 2 red 91 CORNNo2 mixed 5- 6OATSNo2 mixed 34 U 35 RYEWestern 81 62ViLARDBaltimore WHEAT No 2 red 94A 9434 CORNNo2 mixed 52 5- 2CATILEStecrs 4 00 4 50 SHEEPNo1 300 360 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 4 95 CORNNo 2 mixed 51 OATSNo 2 mixed 34 PORKMess 11 25 LARD Steam 650 Indianapolis WHEAT Ho 2 red iJ 94 CORNNc2 mixed 48 OATS No 2 mixed 0 30J4 e i i NO MORE HADACHEI GENERAL WEAZBESS AHD PEVIE DISAPPEAR TOO Dow n Woman Was Freed from Troubles That lied Made LISt Wretched for Many Years Tho immediate causes of hcadaches vary but most of them como front poor or poisoned blood III anaemia tho blood Imperfeetly which they express their weakness III colds the blood absorbs poison from the mucous surfaces Bud tho poison irritates TheuImntismin the blood produces like discomfort In indigestion tho gases from the impnro matter kept iu tho system affect tho blood in the same way Tho ordinary headachecures at best give only temporary relief They deaden the paiii but do not drivo the poison out of the blood Dr Williams Pink Pills on the contrary thoroughly renew tho blood nud time pain disappears permn ncntly Women in particularImvo found theso pills nu unfailing relief in head aches caused by anaemia uDrWilliamsof good I had headache nearly all tho time After I had taken three boxes of theso pills I became entirely well II How long had you suffered she was asked U For several years I cant tell the exact date when my illness began for it came on by slow degrees I had been going down hill for many years Did you have any other ailments I was very wvcak and sometimes Iliad fever My liver and kidneys were af fected as well as my head U How did you come to take the rem edy that cured you 1 I saw ja southern newspaper a statement of sonic person who was cured of a like trouble by Dr Williams Pink Pills My physician hadnt done me any pillsAfterbetter that I kept on uutil I became en tirely well Miss Blockers home is at Lcauder Louisiana DrWilliams Pink Pills are sold by all druggists Besides headache cure neuralgia sciatica nervous prostration partial paralysis and rheumatism In the SSeJIt was at the first tee ofa fashionable Gadsbythouththim andslapping his supposed friendon th remarked TouwbodbaeStranger Confound you sir How dare Idontcareful sir apologmacbutStranger greatly mollified no more sir I quite see how the mistake occurred Lovely weather isnt it Will we have a round Washington Star Patent Medicines As a rule patent medicines are put up havelittlerequirements of the human body IJadon a large scale they often man warePuiliecksKuromedicine It is prepared by Dr Pusheck inChicago thatitmatism Weakness Nervous Prostration complaintsDrtunity to test his Kuro by offering ton4-a trial treatment to be for only when toDrThelndiansvbo have not succeeded in obtaining situations with wild west shows discontentedWashington PisosCure cannot be too bihlyspoken as a coughcureJ W OBrien 322 Third Ave N Minneapolis Minn Jan 6 1900 A good many doctors are much more diagnosingChicago DYSPEPSIA CURED IEIIw Douglas makes and cells suoreJien s Iioc than other In the orin 1OOOO 5WA5DtOsCflOCjz Ojprm this jUUmtmt W Tu DnnBla 8380 slices nre the greatest filers In tim aordimsJexcellent trie superior wearing ciiinlltlcs They are jut as good as those that cost from nsOO to S7OO Tim only difference is the prIces WX l onslna B3BO hoescost mord to make JioltI tiietL shape a better wear loncer and are of greater value than anyitiieg3SOshoeontIiO market gus antees their value br stamping 114 rname and price on tim each shoe Ioo for It iTjiUo no substitute t W Douglas 93AO fthor are sol through own retail tore In thepiin cities and by shoo dealers ernrr where KomatterwlicieyoullveVr I Shoes are within your reach EQUAL 9BOO SHOES MIAae war W a Dovtfot ihori forSisoIAgent Kaniat City Jto Boys wear W L Douglas 250 and 200 shoes because bold their shape and wear longer than other makes histitothe Jtattt patent ItatUr pndtced Fast Color Eyelet will not weorBraiiy orderbuslnrby malL sa KcenMextrmpreDarsdallTerr writeop111uatrateW 1 nrctkloaMut TH GRAND a tOETiftGRAND pail WATERPROOF OILED CLOTHING RECEIVED 1THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE AWARD ATTHK STLOIIS WORLDS PAIR Send us the naiheyof dealer In your town who do not sell our goods and we will send you a collection of pictures in colors of famous Jtoweraofkthe world a- AJTOWtR ESTABLISHED 1834 CHICAGOTOWEB Ct IPISOS CURE mfffncMHvi FOR N Best Cough Syrup Tutesuood In tine Sold br drunltu CONSUMPTION V N KE 2Q73 T I The Secret ol Good Coffee Even the best housekeepers cannot make a good cup of coffee without good material Dirty adulterated and queerly blended coffee such as unscrupulous dealers shovel over counters wont do But take pure clean natural flavored LION COFFEE tie leader of all package coffees the coffee that for over a of a century has been daily welcomed in millions of thesazsd you will make a drink fit for a king in this way a HOW TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE Uie LION COFFEE because to get best results monet use the bec coffee Grind your LION COPF S rather Ins tse a tablespoonfnl to each cup and one extra for the pet First mix Ifwlth a little cold water enough to make a thick paste and add white of an egg If egg Is to be used aa a settler then follow one of the following rults 1st WITH BOILING WATER Add boiling water and let It toIl THREE MINUTES ONLY Add a little cold water and set aside live minutes to seWe Scrve propUy- 2d WITH OW WATER Add your cold water to the paste and bTUg It to a boil Theant aIdeadd a little cold water and In five 1autan 7 oerve 3- DONIS Ittoo4 servingDontuseTWO WAYS TO SLTLE COEPEE lit With EHL put of the white of an egg mliizglt with the ground LION- COFFEE before boiling Id WKftceM Water instead of eggg Af ter boning add a duh of cold water and set asIde tor eight or ten minutes then serve through a ittalner Insist on getting a package ol genuine JUON COFFEE It according te this recipe and yon will only use- UON COFFEE la tatare Sold only in 1 Ib sealed packages Lionbead on every package Save thgse Lionheads for valuable premiums SOLD BV GROCERS EVERYWHERE WOOLSON SPICE CO Toledo Ohio Nearly Everybody Eats It Now pack grocy Douglas WORK THAT TELLS The Kind That Brings Real Suc HealthyodyandraInHow can you expectto do the best worft of orbodyand good feeling that vim and foreo that wOSeIrnotXatlly enough assimilated the Invalid I yet contalningcnouxhnutrlmentto sustainthe greatest physical exertion Try It forbreakfast and lunch und do away with Vgrease arid foggy cereal and fee how almett magical I the effect Youll find realpleasure In Its eating It to so crisp andpalatable that you wilt want It again It jsuccessEcg0Sec WITH if a food especially adapted to people living to smaller tOwn and country dlsttlcta PUSHECKSkUR This is not an acid nor a bicarbonate nor an artificial digestant but it corrects the digestion strengthens thi stomach and bow ls removes germs and prevents fcr mentation and infection Nothing else like It I Also V Cures weakness and Nervous De allSkinIt acts on a new principle and CURES when All Else Falls Jlfyouhe will mail you atoll sized box and If It help then you oar If doe not tenellt you It coiU nothing AI o for Sale bjU4t Djixa i S t 11 i vv J c T c il 4 kh J ft f Ytv i J tI J fIII W1 4f i1 f p L L r QWJNG8VILlE OUTLOOK I j OUTLOOK rUBLISHlKG CO I 0 VINGSVlLrK KY Si PER YEAR IN ADVANCE- 4 IiIri all ciiiiitninilrtitinns to J TIIU OUTLOOK Puni icitiNU Co or to OwingsvifltKSubsccihors desiring ehanpeof addrtssshoiild always givi pruvioiis ddre i when writingIorr ponilintii when out of eta tionerv should mention tact on n pparute IIof pnpor commission is allowed to any on subscriptions islnOUTLOOK iteiit one vnr for ono dollar six months rorhtv thirtythcLLb4 toTHUnSDAy MAY 11 1005 ANNOUNCEAIENJ FOR REPRESENTATIVE W c ore authorized to announce aCIiii E Dot 3 of aiorehead a can adte fur reelrctiii as Representa tive from Hath and Rowan coitn ties subject to tho action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce JVllller Sharp of Sharushurg as a fur Representative from Huth and Rowan ties subjeet to the action of the Democratic party 41 jVf fan rapid development of the South it ivideiued by New Orleans nnd Galvcstion advancing In second f and third respectively as export iJ porti being exceeded by New York nlone Huston lUkimoroandPhil 4 ndelphia have nil dropped in rela tive rank Again IheSoutherti anil Southwestern States have 47SG iiiilcs of new railway building u r tinder contract while thc lIrlhtro Eastern and Western Stats nac only 2724 As Gen llnncock tuiil of the 4 taritT lawle necH is a local icpiif Very few lurge cities or Statec fiT that matter ear consistently point 1 the finger of scorn at other sections 4oftho country Tho teamsters f ttrike in Chicago has developed conditions of disregard of the law f 4 in the second cityof the land as S deinoratizini as anything that has r happened anywhere in this country recently Neither the citJ govern 1nfltnor the State show a determi nation to control i he sitiiHtionThu II four of the political effect of pre Ferving the public order seems to 1 control the Democratic cily admit istration and tho Republican Stat r government Their lack of effec tIP measures at Itact juutilles this belief t 4 1 CORRESPONDENCE r i Hlllsboro A C Zimmerman went to More head Sunduy Jerry Cute nf Mason county visited Mrs Motie Furis Sunday i Mrs Nannie llnwkin who has been very ill is reported improv ing g MIES Lcla Walton and S A Dowd vifitua MissJoPsiu Atchifon at Wyoming Sunday Frank Davis and wife of Mir gan county came Sunday to visit the latter6 granduiother Mrs e Ellen Summitt who has been very 4 ill Odcssa poorlytBorn toColeman Stone and wife f May 6a son s w SBorn1May F to GOOl Gu t gelLnnU wile u lllb son to J br I W JoneK of Stepstone visited howe folks Sunday a week ago p Jtrry Wilson sold his Hock of 27 o j heep to Omar Wilson lust week I uric not learned r Robt Junes of Owingsville was 1 ithguest of liii cousins Torn and Junta Sundays i Perry Gnodpader anti ill nf Dwingnville visited Oil Snedegur mid family Saturday undSumlay GeorgIl of kvllted W T hSfetnam and family Saturday and Sunday 4tA Garner ana wife and Mrs Edith Gaiter visited Wui Van landlnghaui and wife at Wyotu ihg Sunday Slatq Valley b rAJrlt Chris Garner has 38 young turkeys I t i t Sara Shultz has a Oeld of corn 4 large enough to cultivate jSamConyers wife and children 1 were guests of the ftuuily of jam 54 t tb ltz Sunday il2A S CbrU Garner wife nod dHUghter p Lottie visited Mrs Garners pur q emu Felix Warren and wife turlL day oAddle Jones wife and buliy UPS r l4 tlliIand family wcll we are having plenty of irain and con e iuently griss f Ifi7 lurgtfj i rut SIOKMra Maria Stumper r ii poorly Chris Garner is ute to i be out but still very wok MTM l 4 Knnch Sorrell does not improve iy ttuch r Mrs CarlrKash visited her par i ente George Johnson and wife 1 near Sbarpsburg tev ral days the r past week returning home Sntur jf clay accompanied by her mother who will pay her parents Mr and t Mri Martin Junes short visit ii i jt l ir r J ifI f t JpJ e Jf b o J frl 4 u rer nFNV Upper pfiokly Ash ThiHiniS Huctt11 little Imv ate piek James Clark has been very poor s with mumps the padi elkl llIlIIIIIilthitiit1tiyII Ljtor visited his parents A n Liter aiil iflot Kerry from Friday till Monday aiiss Pearl Markland of neariSharpburg visileil relatives 0 friends hero Friday night and Sat urday- i Uppor Whito Oak Burn last week to Coky Stone and wife a son- Stindaysphool is progressing nicely at this pi nee The farmers arc behind with corn planting owing to the net weather Henry line nnd wife of Burb ridges Branch attended Sunday school nnd called on his father Pete Gibe SundayuHemollI Eloped to MaysVille Sunday Whiter Bailey son of David Bail ey anti aiiss Fannie Snelling daiigh ter of Gee Snolling both of this place They have the best wuhes of time writer Springfield W A Boyd was in Owingsville Wednesday John Sprat and wife were in Owingsville Friday Mrs Lucy Smut hers sold some wool to A B Ratliir at 28Jc- J II Crouch and wife visited re latives near Judy Saturday lull Sunday airs J J Mark of 0vinjRville visited relatives in Una vicinity the past week airs Joshua Fleming ivery sick with grip Mrs Will Utterbauk is improving slowly air nod Mrs Kerr or Millers burg were guests of airs Dov Davis Saturday and Sunday Grango City Prcssley Walton of near Flem ingsburg visited lila brother R R Walton Sunday Win Boyd and family visited friends and relatives in Ilatli county Saturday and Sunday Mrs Wm Foudry of Kansas came last week for a visit to her mother Mrs June Eden and other relatives Mrs Wm Colliver and daughter Miss Emma visited friends antI reo lativee in Suit Lick from Tuesday until Friday T J Havens and daughter Miss Era who have just returned after uti extended visit to relatives in Kansas and Missouri arc guests of relatives here 1 Bald Eagle Bprn to Mark Thomas and wife a son Bcnjxinin Morgan E L Sanford left Tuesday for Bracken county to hold a meeting Died infant of U V Ilawkine and was buried Friday at RatlitPs burying ground Kendall Lnngbottmn and family und Luther Leggett of Bourbon county wore here Sunday The largest crowd of people ever s en r t Haiti Eagle church was there last Sunday to hear the lot oral sermon of Miss Minnie Wat con They began coming early in the morning and by 11oclock there was a large congregation present In the nfternnon three persons were baptized and just af ter the baptizing there were ser vices ul the church Licking Union Annie M Hum is on the sick liet Joe Cogswell went to Owingsville Monday on business Willie U Ham sold a 3ycaroId Oily to George Harmon for 70 W S McKinney of lies Mill visited hero Saturduy andSunday John W Ham went to Owings yule Sunday to attend Court and erve as grand juryman Saw Jackson of Otvingsvillewas here and at Yule among the farmers selling farming implements Aurt Kate Johnson went to Wi lie McKinneys at lies Mill Sun day to make her home with that family for a while A severe storm passed over here Thursday evening doing a great deal of damage in blowing down fencing laud apple trees Crooks George R Jones is quite sick rIllillgWill Thomas of Kilg ro svn here last week Miss Mary Carter is visiting re latives rat Salt Lick ilIisseatJtthernnd May Batnes wero Saturday Mrs Rosa Johnson is visitin MrsJ D Turley at Salt Lick r Will Warner and wife of Suit Lick vislt9dr relatives here 1ae t week Mrs John L Jackson of 0lytn pill was the gucHt of Mrs Joe Vii t hums Monday John Bailey of Forge Hill visit ed his sister Mrs D S Nixon one day last week Geirgo Burnec of Chanibers Station visited his parents herV tho past week M is Mocabeo Mtjoy of How tbeIpaft T 7 i TIv r u Bethel StetttslOf nor eiliim itt tetutled Court at Owingsville aionduy fr- T S Kubertsiin limtt liouuhl eImule cl1at good prices tilsevere attack of ptrulysiti alioot j oeloek p in SUllduI thought to tie fotue better Tlit President of the Siindny sehool Ulllllnlallfrlllllhccnnll ollieers of the the Union to meet ll tho new hank nt Sharpsburg Friday afternoon aiay 2iRoynoldsvillo aiark Donaldon visited Emit nict luutkat Salt Lick edneillaI hint aiiiy 2 to Mark Thomas and wife n 11Il1lhlir eleventh childSilas Corbin and Mrs G BBoyd were at Owingsvillu Thursday shopping Will aicVey soul IIa4 crop of to bacco to French of Carlisle at tel cents per pound M iss Lizzie Donaldson of neat M t 1loasant visited airs S O Doggett Sunday aiiss Amanda Clark of lIlur Ow ingsvillc visited airs GiorgoClark Saturday and Sunday Job Hunt wife and children were guests of Peter Hunt and wife near Bethel Sunday Frank lloyd wife and suit Carl LCl lhItf near Bethel spent Satur day night with G B Bo3d ani wife James aicNab wife nnd son Tommy spent Sunday with Dora Crouoli and wife near Harpers school house Mrs A Dickcrson and daughters Ethel and Jewel of Lower Fin Creek wero gusts of aird Jo Lester Sunday G B lloyd wife and Hannah Frank Boyd wifo no son Carl Leslie of near Bethel spunt Sunday with J W MeCart and wife Salt Lick upforErnest Clayton ol Morehcnd was hero SUiiuiiy Miss Kflle I ring was a visitor tu Mt Sterling Saturday Work on Methodlst Church linj pro lIIcllhi IUIH begun and le church building lias been raised two feet John AlexanJor after an absent of nine years at Yule lias moved hin fatally back hero and occupies Flood residence bled May Mablo GmonthsoId daughter ol Jessie Steele and wifu ArrIlUjOmullsturnt this wrltiutj Mrs ORoarl of Grayson and si ter Mrs Jacobs and daughter of Eptorprise wero visitors at the has pEtal a day or two lust week Mrs UHourk will remain for some time to be treated iIspeechlessarticle printed row issues ago a sore you I might reply in like maim or if 1 did not consiiler time suiTeriii readers who will soon bo votinjj out nil original contributions trout our pens Mrs Walter May Ratliff who in tcachlnj a select school gave Ia t r pupils May party May Lndaim with liinuli bnsketK the party went to the Dickursou woods whom n d lightltil lay was spent Wild 1laIWC Were gathered antI twined into a garland which was placed upon ti brow ot Lena Turley who was voted tho Queen of the May Tho chil dren enjoyed their outing and report H splendid time Sharpsbur SterlinInMrs Jnee Mark was a visitor here SaturdayDr Lctton of Bethel w Its hero Sunday Jus W Lane of Bethel wars hero Saturday Owens Ratliff was a visitor Carlisle Wednesday A good many farmers here alt done shearing their sheep Mr Klair nnd Will Golden of Plum were here Saturday Judge John A Daugherty am Sheriff Seth Butts were here SlIt urduy Claude RutlifT and wife of near Carlisle were hero Sunday and t tenned church Crouch Bramlott Mr and airs John Crouch of Bramlctt were here Saturday Mrs E V llenton and daughter aiiss Not ie of Judy attended church here Sunday There is said to be a counterfeit 100 bill in circulation Be car fill in making your changeI Mrs Will Utterback who has been seriously ill for some weeks IS now in a fajr wily to get wail John English of this place and Edward llinton of Judy left last oggdaJ8lookiugnear town 11gtbnkpaper Can they improve o the beef trust is lofing money The fishing club returned Sntur day after fin outing of about ten days and report a fair catch of fish considering the condition of the water therabeing a good rafting tide at Hie time S AUCTIONEER If you want the services of an auc tioneer call on me Terms reasonable GEORGE H GUDGELLj Odessa Ky s t t f rS oston IIr Iiie hayireturned III nit Olyniiu Mniidiy intiniin1 Airs KIIHIII Joins nud inii litiri spent riiursiliiy With Frank Hrown e wire Mis Em lila Cline and brotliprnf Flat Ureofc pptMit Tliiirduy ivhh Aliifu Itrnukcie IKnry Rev IM Sanford of HaitI Ensle cpoiit eviTnl days last wctk withU V ii Linvson and uuutt ilylWI11ICltI mul family were n attendance at I lie liankot meet ing at Hald Eagle Sunday Horn to the wifo of lien Ijjo n liuiyhter lust lIi rithuuya week Mother and child lining wull hIa olin Alexander Sr tumid wi IcLI11i8s Ethel Sniont of Hillfboro vie here visiting her uneloGeorge cndluton and family several days last week Win Steele of RiisRill arrived if re lust Thursday week on a visit to hie father S P Steele and family Daniel Hurst of Clay City MUs Annie Lyle If ait Sterling und It K Myero Jr and wife of Ewing tOil pent Sunday with C H Reid and wife Juts EMrid o WIlt huts been at the bedside of his mother for rnmu dayp ret u rued to his work last Thursday Iii mother not beinu IIanr worse Henry Hurt and sister Miss Liz zie spent Sunday with their broth orinlaw Richard Garrett Jr and family Miss Lizzie will spend the week here Henry returned home name evening 1Mrt Gftir ju Ivarriek und young 11cst child were hero front Tuefdny Satunuy visiting her mother anti misters Mrs A J Siittoll Jims HenrydIMrs J II Clnik was here seeing Jher brother in law Capt V P Pd frey and wife and left for Grnyson Saturday tu visit lien pareiiU fur ii 1Ilpv n Cannel City We saw the Editor as we thought nut Iitiitig url and Ii c making no sign of recognition and time foreman of this pap r past through here last Wednesday on the WilY to attend the spring races at Lexington 10Knob Lick Several Immure shorn their sheep Tue Ptnall boy is getting in hie work fishing The tire tu lles have been very busy fur time lust weeks Capt Pitman went to Lexington Friday to spend n few days There is quite It number of wal nut logs being yarded here to ship There will bo a fair cruVor ap pies and plums Tilt peiieh crop will be felnrt 4 V Harry Withr w nrcpplfd at Hio wines bya mule dragging n tii over one of his lugs IiISiivoyurd Oil ollCl1i III alout thj same signilicancc as sound money had Yc lire prac 11fSie mails are common cchoola are socialiutie tho high ways arc socialistic Sound tow ey Is any money with the imprint tat Government on it whether gold silver or paper without biin latch ed bv gold as shown in the silver dollar no gold behind it Neither Democrats nor Pnpilist want so cialism in its eritiie y They ori dorse some of the principles of So cialism though nut all nnd never will Stoops I suppose we will have to confine our remarks to time latest dog light null the recent iltstl IheIIIwaste once more will even at that risk try and Sill w how the trust 11Ultprsure busting tho trusts Rockefeller hUll enjoy ed four nice favors from the trust busters 1st tIme government ism ed currency and let his blInk have Idit at the rate of onehalf per cent interest 2d tho Government deposited in hia bank which his bank got the free use of 3d the Gov eminent sold to his bank time old custom house in New York und left the money on deposit with his bank Then the Government ed tho old custom house of his hunk paying an immense rental Tho Government kindly delayed making deed so that the title reoI flaming in the Government property cannot be tared by thee city and State 4th time Govern ment the House the Senate the President the Secretary of the In tenor all concurring last winter renewed the lease of Rockefellers oil company to the Osago Indian lands for ton years Viewed from n common sense standpoint instead of being trust busters they are trust trustera There will be one theirtof affairs Rockefeller will not starve ns long as he Id in the hank lag business and tho Government takes money oil of the people and lets his inkhave it without inn terest Tho Ovbrland Limited to Calm tornia leaves Union Passenger Station Chicago 605 p in daily arrives Sun Francisco the third day in time for a dinner Route Chicago Mil waukee t St Paul Railway Pacific nod Southern Pacific Line All ticket Agents sell via this route Ask them to do so Handsome book descriptive of California sent for six cents postage F A Miller General Pussen per Agent ChieatoorVS Howell 381 Broadway Nw York H p Stcons S time tolincii 11lltlII il tekI quickiM wa III giIIa lilalialt- ly to liccmur II tsriaIIM The titrn crop in rllii mcigihis r hood hits atdiit Ui n pita istul Some few from hero attended Court at Ovvingsville Jlomlay- W IIlIuli ai IK Hridges wen aioorofield Saturday on ttisti ie airs Sarah Htidges mind air AIS Hridges visited in Ml Sterling Friday Ni in rod Hyrd delivered a bunch of hogs to Joe Turley at f17ri per hundred Sundayschool will be organized at Springfield Church next Sunday afternoon airs Thomas N Coons nf North rc1IlItThomas McCormick smith wifenf Lovte visited the familyof C S Thomas Saturday and Sunday James II Gillafpio bought from parties in Fleming county 2 nice young mares paying 235 for them John Goodpastcr of Flat Creek has rented a house from J II Gil lappio and will move here in a few day s Tho two great St Louis baseball teams have begun their annual battle for tail enders of the two great leagues J L Gregory and wife Tom Warren and wife visited the film ily of Richmond Bales in Hour bUll county Sunday aiiss Anna May GooJan closed her term of school here Friday Sho taught a very successful Fchrol timid awarded three prizes followingIFassctt it bright little girl of four yeurs for most head marks in ad vaneed spelling James Spratt for most headmarks in second spelling class StUlii Kissick thimus our friend Craigs says shun has made her exit we deem it not urvie to extol Sumac of her words We believe she FO Icclud time proj er iiietlinrir could we nut engage in II frifnilly difcu sion without infecting sa much bitternecs und hatred we would not begin one Say friend Craiy you accuse me of want ing to quarrel anti beg us to call oirsouio of the other correspond ttts ns you deem it bad tasto for a gentlewoman to1 debate with us Do you know that we havent the least desire on earth to quarrel with you We have engaged in friendly discussions with other Cur respondents nd nothing but the best of goodwill reigned We wouldnt fur n moment humble our solves sn 1liS to qiiurr with n comspmidtnt of n IleIg hborhriod newspap T We little dreaund that t few wnriln in every tiny us would put you to Htudyinij thi die lillnarJFII hart Seems hlIIUI Kansas slung and wit ling done some goid fT the icMonary next to the Hii is tie bent book oiii can study Ymr tidbit laIn of butt suits your ease txtcily When you lJnl the women who gossip and tacit who talk Ilmil tic lime fnoU if you didnt put your 8df up for n target then wv ilont know the reason why If you had waited one hundred years and ranie in like you did you still would huH butted in at the wrong timeNovv really dont you know the meaning of imllllmIllIfYtI IJrltb ably your dictionary didnt reach that fur III Vol II page 2127 of the Universal Dictionary we find tho word Him tlm The definition is a trick a freak You inike it appear that work gossip is a mighty bug bear to you We cer tainly do know the macminingof gossip If we nncliit we wouldnt have stud nov iii mig about it You should know thnt we did rut in the least reflect upon womanhood by accusing thiu of gossiping lint of course ns you have lallen out with humanity you want to judge the world by all the bill it implies There are thousands of words in the English language that have ninny different meanings Pray tell us when we over ridiculed wo man Dill we ever say it wits an awful crime to gossip Did we ever say it was a crime to be a wo man When did we ever say any thing derogatory of woman Wet conic in defense of women who gossip and little do we think they are fools Seems like ypu think that nil who dont agreo with you art fools If that bo so then we ae awful glad that we are a fool glad that several of the other cor respondets are fools In Vol II page 2355 of the Universal Die tionary wo Ibid the word gossip Among other definitions to the word is tho following To talk famHiarly to chat Why then can it be so terrible for women to talk faniiliurly to chat Wo im agino that a woman who wouldnt talk or chat would bo dull indeed Wo have never questioned womans ability to cope with men in the in dustrial world and hadnt Francis E Spinner who was appointed Treasurer of the United States by Lincoln established tIme vogue of appointing woman to positions in his department some other hero would have gallantly come to their rescue Tho greatest tribute thin t we paid anyone is She was a woman who wasnt afraid to gossip Only the other day the State of Illinois presented to Statii nry Hall at the Nations Capitol a statue of Frances E Willard foun der of the W C T Unn organizn 1tion that is making its effects tclt throughout time country Another band of gossiping women that is doing a world of good is the C W B 11 and another the D A R and last but not least is the Daughtois of the Confederacy- God bless them ma they forever keep tho Southern spirit lioveriig t t I I u rt I Make Money JiLl In CaliforniaIf you are industrious and capable you can make money there The big ranches are breaking up into small farms that needmore workers to care for the increased product The towns and cities are prosperous because the country is prosperous There are great valleys of the richest soil in America waiting for you If you have a little capital you can own one of thes small farms yourself or you can rent one on shares and pay for it out of the in a few We win send you descriptive bookleto and folders giving full information about the money making opportunities for every member of the family You want to see what the country is really like you can go there work a few months enjoy the delightful climate the flowers fruit and scenery andearn enough to pay your expen es both Ways by taking advantage of tile j Bargain RatesIEvery Day March 1 to May 15 33For oneway colonUt ticket Corre pondingljr reduced rates from almost any point East The trip U eaiily and comfortably made via tho Rock Island Two routes one throughl eW Mexico the other through Colorado Through tourist carahoure qukicer than any other line Double daily tourhit service via El Paso triweekly via Colorado Diningcar service and free reclining chair cars both routes The Rock Island has representatives throughout the United States they lire travel experts and can save you money You cn have their asshtance in nrranging the Califomi trip ror the asking Consult your home ticket agent or write to the undersigned for our Califorh book complete folder Across tho Continent in a Tourist Sleeper within every one of tho Souths new generation But why need we longer linger with the subject Realizing that time greatness of gossiping women is above reproach we will direct our thoughts other waywards Ton charge us with copying nil the plntiu and wit from lit Kansas newspapers We nevi r lurid the pleasure of seeing limit one Kensaa newspaperthe Topcka State Capitol n paper high up lii the ranks of Amem kim journalism Ptobably hough it would show better lane for uiu to cimpysiiautg and wit than to use a neighbor hood newspaper to mlveitNe our drIlrlll the other mmbirc of their family Whenever the Muster sees fit lo rail uta ln1IH urn till forlu nale as to journey up through the Golden Gate we hpe tn meet on Hip throne come of time gossip inji VII 11 II who havi bid fanwell lo this old world We rare sorry hut you have quit us for vj were beginning to believe you had started to Fume via tho ink smeared roiitt and were bidding you god s1ieedwith your jaaimnmmaylatit alac 51 wjll stop now for deep down in our heart mitt rniotionn that ean never ldis om into ppppch If some parts of this correspondents letter are accurate it is because we could not renal his copyEd REV K A WALTON REV R A WALTON RETURNS Rev R A Walton tad wife have returned from an evangelistic sea son which began Oct 1 at Atlanta Gu and closed May 1 in Seattle Washington On their return from Seattle they spent a fow days in Minneapolis and St Paul In an interview in regard to time success the meetings in tha past season in various cities Rev Walton said In many respects 1 believe this has been the most important evan gelistic campaigns from first to last that has ever been planned for this or any oher country It involved greater number of miles to be traveled n greater number of men to perform the the eervicennd has been tho most strenuous work that anyone cnn possibly do The tour was planned about a year ago and has embraced the following cities Atlanta Ga Birming ham Ala Terre Haute Ind Colorado Springs Cal Fort Col line Col Denver Col Los Angeles Cal Redlanda Cut San Diego Jill Orni1glCnl Oakland Cal Portland Ore Eugene Ore Tacoma Wash and Seattle Wash In brief tho 1mavbe outlined as follows Length of time seven months average nunr p A ior r From Chicago 3O IroutePauenger Traffic 1IICHICACOPteato tenJ me rote California book and full information about your new aenice expect to leare for CaSfornia aLe and would like information about ISUIK Name Address cliicwtier of workers in the party twen tjfour nurabtr IIfFervlecs con dinrted by the party 3775 number of miles traveled 13145 That the elFtct has been benefleiol Jo tIme cities visited if evidenced by tin letters received from the chairman of time different committees sluice tile meetings cloned Thousonds of people have joined the chtiichep WilriIlindready church members have bell quickened There it ItrillililyII world widu revival fill toil ay England Irfland America and vms imy foreign lands have wit neasatIuaweeaIimg revivrihiii time old faslionrd start = c la azme Newspaper Subscription AgeticyI any newspa per or magazine for you just a cheaper than you can get it Wont you see my price- sJAMES M ROSS Owingsville Ky ViTnont Street MEAT MARKET C A REED Prop Owingsville Ky Fresh and cured meats constantly on hand Qys ters in season Prompt de livery Order by phone if you wishjour number is 21 BLUE GRASS Nurseri e sSPRING 1905 Trees by the million fruit nna shade small fruits grape vines shrubs misparagus1rhubarb und ev erything ordinarily kept at puch an establishment We sell direct to time planter nnd have no agents Tree and strawberry catalogues on application to H F HILLENMEYER k SOIS Lexington Ky C O RUL WAyI Trains 22 nnd 23 carry Dining service Meals alncarte TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT 27 1903 TIME OF TRAINS ATPKESTONSTATION Eastbound No 26 954 amNo 22 1249 pm No 24 1005 p m Westbound No2 648 a m No 23 143 pm pmNosceptfSunday aIls others dailyv v 4S al From St Louis We have just got in a lot of the celebrated Kuuffman Mark- erBUGGIES 1 1 both steel and rubberthire 11Alsoalineof Driving Wagons andllunabouts of the same make 1 There are none made that ride like these buggies and for bbeauty style and serves C fI they head th and see them jEstill J9nakejMa- sonic Buildings OwingsviMe Kentucky 1 1 aIIO tv Hny 11 7 V7attozn Litters from Euopc V f Wllbe A Leading Feature t of The Courier rjt Journaltf v During 1905 2mT- here will be Inaffbtv attractive departDientBaU lgoing to make a complete newspaper I 1 Mail Rte Dailyone year 1 56T yea8JjWeekly COURIERJOURNAL CO LOUISYILLEKY I5y n Special Arrangement you cau got TheOutIoOk t COUR1ERjJOIRNAL s 160 4cS subLeriptie5onlyenniblnntfon r nist eej tfruthmouh TnnOuTLooiofle s J i T 4 f urJ