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Brother Brothers Go to the Racket Store and get one of those suits for yourself or jr boys before they are all eold All who have property to tell at i public auction call nn M D Paris I A Ho will give satisfaction Milwaukee and Deering mowers t and binders E L A T BTBON Now for the 4th Sunday at Whitea Oak Get your new suit V shoes from Brother Brother Breeching cheek lines collarsI barnes traces Get our ELATUTRQN- tf The Beats tobacco setter will pay 9 for itself this season BudBroth tr will sell you one on easy terms j Call on him fiiDrG W Conner the dentist Odontundcr and all approved Sol 4r anesthetics for the painless e t t traction of teeth- Theeimiileat1 strongest and best- j f disc harrow on the market in the q Cnnlon111 For sale by lludIi 7 jUrber Dont fail to try one t EXCHANGE ITItyou have an old trade it for u new- S fsZS nuIIrIITgtzI1ne as lnewl some t 3t t col suuQUT tMrjJ Brown and tSurcefsnr two bone iti uhiytml SatisCllctionguaran ttfd or nu ettle 1j E L AT BIROH t BRKVK OuuSI have as tOad a J ScdS lirrak cart ux you ever s avtiaud Simule with UIQ best sprmtts with q cushion and nil straps read3to hitch j4i to for 425 Dont buy until you see theseeart 4t T 8 SHBOUT Buy your binder and mower at 5 hoae Brother Co sell the Mc Cormick and keep a full stock of repairs which Is worth considering when buying a machine You do not know what H small B8tnunl of fuel It takes to get a eaI until you try m Leader cook 4 stove or range Leave your order with Bud Brother for one l BUGGIES T S Shrout keeps a full stock of highgrade buggies Columbus Buggy CosBrockwys Lamontes Ratterman Luth saud Smany others at the lowest prices Two warerooms full for cash or credit 4t T S SHBOUT 4 The season is about here to set out tobacco and those that have set their crops with the Bemis to bacco setter have set with best success You had best figure with Bud Brother for OH We buy woven fence barbed and- smooth wire Mitchell wagons disc harrows hay rakes fertilizer in carload lots which enables us to sell you at a close figure Dont S forget these facts and get our pile I es on any of these goods before 1 buylag BTKOK BROS UALL AMD SETTLE Arraaaith Ic 9 Robertson having dissolved part jiorehip and turned stock over to 1r WB Peters JrM to close out atI j coat for cash or produCt ai lbookI also mask all owing UBto caUI and settle your account it will be putla the hands of a lawyer to wind up after thirty days AnnA 51TU k RoBERTsoN Bethel Ky CHEAP Bua lJAtbere are always some people that want to 1 buy a buggy at the catalogue bouse 1j prices I have added a line of cheap a er buggies and have plenty of them IB utock in leather trimmed top C buggies 37 leather quarter top and leather cushion back S42 full leather top 147 leather quarter top rubber tiro f54 Dont order or buy ac apbugl1until you see these t Paaoer r Ton PHIHTIXQ KeHaeaber that f THK Ounools prepared to print letterheads notebcadf billheads Btatem 4tsreMV lopeseards1abels receipts Invitations ndal1 sorts of basiueustatloneryonthe bee clock ID tasteful style at the Most reasonable price Compare on r work with that turned out by any Job otSee and you will ft 41t to your advantage to have us do your i work i r WefJbo print posters dodgers Spapbletsandeverythlng usuall 1tput by a conmtry job oflJce Rki f W Jtaveonha dtDrelelnanY 3 quaatityblank Mortgages ber lanlrar tt l i t C JIrttf rt 5e f4 t trt i f t r r cf 5z 1 7 J 2 i4 r CttiII fc c itz l 0 to fJl ttjoji J1 z PERSONAL nay Jackson of Louisville was in town Sunday Olllo Coons and Clay Byron were in Mt Sterling Monday- D Harold Jotinson of Mt Sterl- Ing was in town Thursday Mr nnd Mrs Jesse Hampton went to Winchester Sunday to visit rela tives It L Zinunormnm came up from Purls Saturday to visit his family for some days Mrs A X Crooks went Saturday to spend a week with her parents at Shnrpsburg J Will Shrout and wife of Mt Sterling are guests of T S Shrout and wife this weekIMrs W P Strader of Lexington visited her parents J J Nesbltt and wife the past AIrs Charles A Bemoom rSharps burg will arrive Thursday to bo tho guest of Mrs James M Ross Mrs Marion Foudry of Suninor county Kansas visited the family of James T Atchison last week Emit Stein of St Joseph Mo came last week to visit the families of L R Slesser and Henry Schwab Wm lies has returned home to Tuecola 111 nftor n visit to relatives here and in the county Misses Mary nnd Louise Gudgell and Ellen IJotts visited friends in Flemhigpburg last week and nttetd ed the hop John R nalicom of Sharpsburgl was appointed delegate co growers at Lexing ton Mrs James Gatewood and daugh ter Miss Mary of Ewington were guests of Mm Elva Catlctt Sunday ana Monday Miss Pearl Lane has returned borne- o Mt Sterling after a visit to Mr and Mrs Romeo Lane who accom panted her home Mr and Mrs WH Stragnrinn Jr nu little son John Mt Sterling visited Mr and Mrs James l M Ross Sunday Elders Harrison nnd Hart of Lex- Ington passed through Saturday on their way to preach at Fairview Fleming Co Sunday Cuss Atchison and Sidney Estill of Wyoming returned Friday from Bowling Green where they had been attending commercial collegeiMiss Mottle Ewing Confederate reunion in Louisville in Juno as timid of honor representing the Pat R Cluburne camp of this county Ohio McCormick and wife Onus Hichlund and wife iiecfLiila Lou Gilluspie of Mt Sterling were the uests uf John Scott and wife some days tho past week Misses Evelyn Price and Jane guestsftheir way to attend the hop at FleindIngsburg returning Frfduj SharpRgrusKnlght Perry Floor of Sharpsbnrg were here Monday soliciting iubscnIbersa to the new telephone Judge John D Young of Mt Ster ling was the guest of ins T Peters from Thursday until Snturlny Al though eightytwo years old he has the appearance and activity of a much younger man Holman RIM Reid Patterson JoelConner Ellis Byron Sherman JolihuaEwlnglScott Goodpaster attended a at Flemingsburg lastThursdny nightt Mr and Mrs Ray Patterson went last week to make their home in positionwill be much missed In social circles where they both enjoyed much ulnrity The best wishes of a hostaof friends foas1r happiness prosperity accompany them to their new home kBorn Friday night to Jonas Warner and wife near town a 12 Ib eon Brother Brother have the new gray doublebreasted suits Look at them before you buy Get the genuine Brown double shovel IXL 5tooth cultivatorNone better BIUOH BROS TOBACCO G BO WEES ASSOCIATION The Burley Tobacco Growers LcxlngtonTuelday committee has arranged to secure a Iran to finance the Association The prospect for a large crop of tobaccq plants wan never better and now is the belt time to figure- on a tobacco setter Bud Brother sells the Bemis and it reallyia the only setter offered that will do the work especially on rolling or bill side land Woo Caw BEAT HIM John Morton Sorrell of near Bethel claims the champIonship as a ratIcatcher On Wednesday night of last week he caught twentyfour rats Ina wire trap and probably would have caught more if the trap would have held then PROFIT Mann nr BOTINQ By buying my buggies in oarload lots I get 27 buggies laid down at Vres ton for 935 where it would cost me 100 to ship them a few at a time By buying in carload lot81 can save 5 on each Job So my profit is saved in large quantities If you want a buggy of any quality I will save you money on it sure for cash- t or credit T S SHBOUT Bio FOOLERS CONTEST The Old Fiddlers Contest is becoming one uf the popular forms of entertainment of the day One will be held atthe New Masonic Temple Thea PelYeValleyiathe State is wanted by the man agerJ Mr Biggs Glasgow Ky J 0t Geo T Young is the authorized agent of THE OUTLOOK to collect Born Friday morning toNewton Kincald and wife of JonesBranch a son Two itinerant bagpipers and a monkey amused the town for some hours Friday Largo stock of buggy harncssjap dusters nnd whips E L AT BYRON Ross Scott sold a sow and six pigs to Henry Estill for 1650 and a sow to George Sheehan for 8 Superior corn drills best and cheapest SuldbyE A T BYRON There is a good deal of complaint of cut worms destroying tobacco both In the beds and after trans planting A chimney burning out at Mrs Nannie Hess Sundayafternoon caused an alarm of fire No damage was done The first examination of teachers for the season by the School Board was held here Friday andSaturday eleven teachers taking the examination James Mimley and Miss Dora Collins botli of Knob Lick vicini were married Wednesday of ast week at the residence of and by Elder B H Ross TOE OUTLOOK acknowledges reoJ ceipt from J M Bailey of an Invit tation to the commencement exer cise cf the Lees Summit Mo High School May 11 Some fourteen carpenters and other workmen employed on the Olympian Springs improvements tuck recently because they didnt ike their boardinghouse table Childrens Day services for Moores Ferry will be held at Jones Chapel Christian Church on the first Sunday night in JuneJMRS J E JonNSOtfI Judge W S Gudgell cn from Thursday until Saturday in Lexington He attended the gules of thoroughbred Jersey cattle purchasing a cow and two calves HisIcow is u remarkably beautiful ani malSDIED IN KANSAS Mrs Joseph Atchison died suddenly at licE home tt Argentine Kansas on May 11 No particulars are obtainable Her maiden name was Aurora Traylor and she was a daugbl rol Uewtoh Irnylor deceased She leaves a aged 12 years cdB son aged ten Her husband is a son of Vm Atchison of Salt Lick Wm O Traylor of Slate Valley is brother of deceased OLD FIDDLERS CUNTr8TTheI second contest for prizes playing old fnfhiiined tunes in the oldfashioned way was successfully conducted i5 R M Caldwell at the Courthnupe last Friday night The oom was comfortably filled byan appreciative audience which wUII liberal in its applause There was nly a few less tickets sold than atI he flat contest some months ago The latter part of the programme had to be hurried thioughas thelelectrician at the plat saId couldnt furnish lights later than leven oclock The contest closed nd the audience left the room just about the strke of eleven The contestants were Dr Zach Welle Carlton Wells and Mrs Ads Warren the latter two son and daughter of Dr Wells of Miss Elva Hart ofOlympiaLuther Danieland S DTbompeunotOw ing vllle Grant Tipton of Mt Sterling John Kane andRM Rose of Myers Nicholas county The prizes were won as follows Sweet Sixteen 1 by S D ThompsonPocket Full of Money 1 by Grant Tipton Best Boy Fiddler 125 pocket knife by Carlton Wells Old Kentucky Home shirt waist pattern by Mrs Ada Warren for best lady fiddler Money Musk lby R MRoee An amusing feature of this contest was that the first fiddler played Devils Dream losteadofMQney- Musk and the prizewinner also played Devils Dream only one contestant playing the right tune Old Coon Dog la worth of coal by Dr Zach Wel- lsLizyJaaelby LutherDaniel Leather Breeches lIb tea by Grant Tipton Mississippi Sawyer flbyMiss Siva Hart LbyLutherDaniel byMlssElvaArk8nsawTraveler125bridle by S D Thompson Forked Deern llbyJohnKane picturesbyStonewall Jackson SlbyMii J Elva Hart Cripple CreeklbyJohnKano Wagoner 81s worth of shaving tickets by Grant Tipton Best lady fiddler hat by Mist Elva Hart and picture by Mrs Ada Warren Oldest fiddler hatby John Katie Old Gray Horie fI by John Kane Sourwood Mountain 1 by R M Roee Fastest selection parlor claokb Mr Ada Warren Sweepstakes own selsctionSTfiO by Mrs Ada Warren and 250 by 8 p1hompsoltI 1 rr BENJAMIN B BIOSTAKPS DEATH Benjamin B Bigstnl was stricken withapoplexy at his home on Fro zen Creek Breuthitt county last Thursday Ho woe brought in an unconscious condition by ills neph ew Thos J BigetufT of Mt Ster ling to the Good Samaritan HOB pita Lexington Saturday He never regained consciousness and died Monday morning four of his Confederate comrades being1 watch ers at his bedside The funeral was set for 3 oclock Tuesday aftornoon the burial to take place in the Confederate lot at the Lexington Cemetery Revs G H Routt of Versailles and Ed win Muller of Lexington were chosen to conduct the services Major O S Tenny Commander of John C Brcckinridge CuQp No 100 U C V of which deceased was a member issued an order for a meeting of the members to attend the funeral The active pnllbearers chosen by deceased some time ago were Cicero Coleman D H James R M Redd P H Eastin C F Estill Alex Marklln J P Hunt and W N Offut The honorary pallbear era were Henry OwensGue Jaubort A B Lancaster Cal R C Morgan Major 0 S Tenny and 0 F Redd All tho pallbearers were Confederate comrades The news of Mr BigstairslleathI was received hero great sorrow his relatives and host of personal Friends Ho was known by aUof he older citizens uf this section was esteemed and loved as few men are He was n warmhearted unselfish fainccre and manly man who knit friends to him by indis soluble bonds No one who knew him ever doubted for an instant his thorough goodness of heart and is kindly feeling for all humankind as well as his earnestness in any cause espoused Ben B BigstafT wae a son of Dr O S BigetnfF and was born Feb 8 1840 on the family homestead on Flat Creek this county where he was reared to mans estate in one of the fairest sections of the Blue grass His father was a prominent and wealthy physician and farmer 1trengtlory is still cherished by a wide circle An active lighthearted youth Ben B Bigetaff espoused the CHUe of the Confederacy and enlisted in the company of Capt John U afterwards GenerulMor gnn at Lexington unit remained with this beloved commander until Morgans death being captured on the Ohio raid lIe escaped from from prison and rejoined his rum mand T After the war he went toI Missouri Returning to Kentucky he engaged in business at Losing ton Paris and Mt Sterhngbesidec spending coririJernblo uf his time at his old home in this county About fifteen years ago ho was converted to the Presbyterian faith and soon devoted his time to the cause locating in Brtathilt county where he established missions for the propagation ot the faith organizing arid conducting Sunday schools etc His whole heart was in this work and he devoted his life it After long and earnest so licitation he consented last winter to act as Chaplain of the ConCeder ate Home at Peewee Valley but soon gave up the and re turned to his mountain evangelistic work It was while at this post of duty that he was stricken with his fatal ailment He will be missed and mourned by his countless friends as long as they survive There survive him a halfbrother JohnM Arnold of White Oak eis ter Mrs John D HindPnf StLouis brothers Richard Bigstatf of Flat Creek j James 11 of Mt Sterling and Samuel nf Fort Thomas OLD BInLnHcwittZirnmekman- irought to this office a Bible print ed by Alexander Kincaid His Maje8ty8PrinterEdinburghScot land in 1764 It is printed in Very mall type and has the oldBtylVs naHng it tiresome to read CIRCUIT COUBT The grand jury djourned Tuesday afternoon of last week On Wednesday the trial of Thai IcCaity for the killing of George Wilson of color was entered upon McCtrtybeingJudge Young on Wednesday bad a special grand jury summoned to investigate the Stephen8Burns shooting FridayThe in dictments as follows false swearing 2 cutting and wounding 3 shooting and wounding 2 seduction I detaining female 1 assault with deadly weapon 2 selling onSunday II gaming 8 suffering 8amig3 concealed deadly weapons 5 spool ing on public higbwnySdiaturbing religious worship 4selling to minor 1 breach of peace 2 Injuring prop erty 1 keeping bawdy bouse 3 peddling without license 2 The Standard Oil Co waf in peddungA rule was issued against the iringIta statement of the countys finan cial condition and also why the magistrates had acted as turnpike commissioners oThe Outlook and Weeklj iyeafcr SHOOTING AFFRAY On Tuesday night of last week James Stephens son of the late George Stephens hud nn altercation with JohnBurne of color It is said that Burns be gan the quarrel and abufied Steph ens drawing a pistol on him Next morning Stephens met Burns at the corner of Jefferson and Henry streets and asked him to take back a harsh name that he had applied to Stephens Burns said that he would take nothing back Both drew pistols Each claims tho oth er shot first Burns shot Stephens through his left arm the shock knocking him down Stephens first hot went through Burns liver stomachand bowels Alter Stephens fell he emptied his pistol at Burnt who then advanced and shot Stephens under the left shoulder blade the ball ranging through his right lung up to his throat The byhissuits of the operation in his weakened condition Both the wounded men wcrethought to be fatally in jured but nt latest report it is thought that they have fair chances of recovery Burns is said to have sat up a little while Sunday BATH LODGE No 55 The members of Bath Lodge No F A Mare requested to meet at the hall in Owingsville at 12 oclock m Tuesday May 30 to go to Polkville and join the Salt Lick Lodge in funeral honors to Brother James H Maze- S D THOMPSON Master Vimont Street MEAT MARKET C A REED Prop Owingsville Ky Fresh and cured meats constantly on hand Oys ters in season Prompt de Uvery Order by phone if you wisifjour number is 21 Iagazine NewspaperSubscription AgencyI any newspa per or magazine for you just a little cheaper than you can get it Wont you see my price- sJAMES M ROSS Owingsville Ky C O RAILWAY Trains 22 and 23 carry Dining service Meals alacarte TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT 271003 TIME OF TRAINS ATPBEBTOHSTATIOK Eastbound- No 26 954 a m No 22 1249 P m No 24 1005 p m Westbound- No 21 648 a m No 23 143 P m No 25 344 P m Nos 26 and 23 daily ex cept Sunday all others daily Honrattorgon Letters from EoWilibe A Leading Feature of The Courier Journal During 1905 The Outlook ond The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL both one year for only 160 I Sheriffs SALE FOR TAXES NDAY JUNE i2 1005 the undersigned as Sheriff or his De puty will sell at the Courthouse door in Owingsville Ky the following property to secure payment oftax es for years mention edOWINGSVILLE NO 5 1904 Craycraf tRichard 34 acres adj J F Johnson 3 55 adjJ345 Garrett Henry heirs 1 acre adj Wessley Richard 1903and04 3 20 Grg 8 Walter fe Mat 40 acres adj John Griggs 90 adjF420 Henry Dan 23 acres adj Tbos Reffett 2 45 = Jackson Colemau lot in Olympia 375 Jackson Marys heirs 40 acres adj Thos Reffett 1 15 Jones LrcretaOO acres adjSant ford Highley 3 35 Knox Charles 25 acres adj Al fred Ingram 1903 and 04 4 00 adjJ 60 McKee Mrs Dixie lot in Ow IngsvilleS 2 65 Rogers James 35 acres adj WC Johnson 1 55 RichardsonJaaea 30 acres adj 1ShroutJ P Cophber 836 Wright Wm 1 acre adj John IWright 1902 1903 1904 535 Walker B 90 acresadj j JWHutsell 600 Young Geo W 33 acres adj Kate Nickle 1903 and 04 20 45 Stephens Feterli 200 acres adj R H Lane 1903 and 04 57 85 OWING VILLE No 5 1904 Carpenter Emanuel 20 acres adj Harve Carpenter 2 90 Carmichael Subrcna 34 acres adj F M Ewings heirs 2 95 Duff Henry S 87 acres adj G W Turley 17 26 Duff Mrs Lou 50 acres adj Shelby Goodpaeter 9 30 Henderson Sam T 1 acre adj David Bailey 2 7tf Hess Luther 5 acres adj T J Barnes 4 90 Owingsville Telephone Co 27 55 Wells Mrs Bertha 22 acres adj A B Wells 165 Hendrix T J 153 acres adj Frank Hendrix 28 65 WYOMING 1904 Purvis Samuel 75 acres adj Geo Staton 1903 6 05 Riddle Richard 7 acres adj Richard Anderson 1903 2 25 Williams Robt 5 acres adjGeo Cuppa 19032 00 CoyleJas B8 acres adJJ LVic 1902 03 04 V8 85 Cuppa Mary 20 acres adj Iron Ore Co 110 Gay John 78 acres ndj J M Wright 626T Nester Dora 20 acres adj GeoLParker Williams C F 9 acres adjTbos Royse 220LWillson Eliza 9 acres adj Iron Ore Co 110 WHITE SULPHUR 1904 Davis John J48acres adj Pat Piersall 1903 4 35 McCarty Joseph 15 acres adjA U Wills 1903 2 30 Wills Perry A 7 acres adj Geo W Razor 1903 200 Crouch Martha 20 acres adj Cutlibert Crouch 50 Crouch Richard M 515 acres adj Cad Ingram 34 50 Click James A 34 acres adjiGoo W Razr 8 95 Dayis Squire 40 acres adJKate Piersall 2 20 Davidson Isom two mules 2 20I Foster James 2 acres adj John Wells 2 20 Frederick Geo 1 aero adj JOB 90lrseman Mason Garner 1903 04 16 30 Hatfield Jonas 40 acres adj Sam Shultz 1903 01 5 65 Jones Edward 1 nero adJHen rietta Norris 5 00 Lowe Jan Jr 2 acres adj Jas Colliver 190S 04 4 25 Lowe Milt 1 aero adj Iloze Hart heirs 35 Lowe Jas Sr 10 acres adj Al- vlra Hart i Myers Margaret 2 acres adj J B SirattlOQ3 Qt 3 3Q I iI if Itg NOW IS THE PIMJif To SAVe moEieoi BUggy iiQrueJ iJfo more tJ ieai4 fi i itTk1ConicEveryone knows that my Ky Spring Saddle are the Atinnfiih irmd illrwbereI am years for the Mst Safldfea Harnesay EUGENE MINIHAN Owing RACKET STOREL Visit our store when in town Stid be cbrivfntfetf that here is the place to trade if you want tosave money on each anti every article btf purchase 20cPratts12 lbs Pratts Hse Ctle Food 65c 5ft Linen Tate Mf 1 nre Be 5uLadlesVestaMens Slippers pr 2 150 125 Chisel Handle 66 jfitfHammocks 2cMensWTin8qt Galvanized Sprinkler 40o Ladies Silk String Tie25c CASH PAID FOR EG- GSWWEFLTM r E THE ONE PRICE CASH STOREFloor Oil Cloth22c Table Oil Cloth lS2C SCurtain k 491BackCASS FOR EGGS MRS D g ESTILL11- WM R PETERS Jfi I 5t 1 It BETHEL KY r J 4t Dealer in Furniture Also Undertaker li t Funeral Director and Embalriier ff Calls promptly obeyed day or nfght J 4 e f Seasonable Reasonable Goods at LOW Prices You are invited to call at our store that you may inspect our goods and get lower prices than any where else in town Come in and look We don texpect you to buy if we dont save you money Make our store your headquarters when in town adies 125 Oxford Shoe SOc Mens 3 00 VIcI Kid Slices 240 f a di e 200 Shoe 49 Mens 1500 Suit 9DS adies 250 Shoe 198 Mens 7HIb Ladies 125 Dongola Shoe 89o Mens ii- 9Sc Ladles 175 Viol Kid Shoe 125 Mens 980 adles 200 Vic Kid Shoe 148 Ieus 6 00 Suits lUMa adies 250 VIcI Kid Shoe 198 Boys 150 buiU Mens 125 Plow Shoe 98c BoiV 200 ula 124 Mens 175 Plow Shoe 24 Boys 3 50 Suits 198 Mens 200 Plow Shoo 148 Boys 401 LOUR PantR Suits 98 Mens 2 50 Vlci Kid Shoe 198 Boys 750 Lout Punts Suits V8 JNO W MAEKLAND c OWINGSVILLE KY 4 Mansfield JncobC 40 acres adj Wright k Ewing 1903 04 9 00 McCarty GeoAnn 40 acres adj Frank Robertson 170 McClain Estes C 1 acre adj Albert Wills 2 15I Ogg Lucy B 298 acres adj J R Lewis 1903 04 39 20 Shields Wm trustee for W 0 Glimes adj R M Crouch 61 20 Spencer John E one mule 4 35 Tucket James G 19 acres adj Eliza Alley 22 05 Wills B F lot in Salt Lick 12 20 Williams GeoV100acresl903 and Oindj JnoW Ham U 35 OWINGSVILLLCOLORED Botts Peter 11 acres 1903 2 00 Dudley Samuel 4 acres 19Q3 04 4 35 Duncan Marina lot inQwings ville 1903 04 10 95 Dawson Geo lot inOwingsville 1903 3 40- FoloyJaat lot in Owiogsville 2 65 Green Docia lot tn Owings silk lQ03 Qt i 90 Hurt Abc lot in OwingnviHe 3200 J Whit iishtlOucrcei adjjficry Oaklry 2 7 Two dollars is sCdded to leach or above amounts to pay cost of dvertisiug5c SETH BOTTS F Sheriff Bath County j LYONS lPhotographer jjQ Has decided to stay in OwingRvill the rest of May so alt wasting per trait and copying work done please cull within that time good work guaranteed 1 All The News t PerVeatc i 7 lt 4 i rH tttf T S0 i 1 4 I t ti Jo wc r 0t r i i OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUn CO Publishers J OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY =tTpiis GOING TO hasnt done much as yet In fact he hasnt had a chancep lIes really trlng hard to get r In a position to advance lie knows ho ought to gQ to school Twould be the best thing he could do 4utwait awhile and just keep cool kHe8going to a He knows his ways are hardly right 1 In truth they cause him some regret Hes going to drop the boys tonight Hes making his last cigarette He knows he ought to be a man lIed be much better so thats true But dont get hasty with your plan t Hes going to Week follows week time onward tiles Month follow month the spring Is gone The seasons change and summer dies I While chilly autumn passes on The year Is growing late and chill Theres much our old friend ought to do But wait awhile and Just keep still t Hes going top f At lastah you can guess the last 4 1 Tis such as you have heard before The somber autumn long since passed The heavy winter well nigh oer = His sun of life is nearly set Ills years prhaps his days are few He ought to mend but dont you fret Hes going to Floyd D Raze in Chicago InterOcean 4 and I 1 JIRVING BACHELLER 41 1Authorel Eben HoUen Durel ot the Blessed Isles Etc klf I I wlOopjrlfht by LoUuop rabllshug Company JV CHAPTER XX CONTINUED L It was a fine day and a ride to ref i4 member We had a warm sun a clear- sky and now and then wo could feel the soft feet of the south wind romp p ing over us in the river way Here and there a swallow came coasting to j f the ripples sprinkling the holy water t of delight upon us or a crows shadow 4 plowed silently across our bows It thrilled me to go cantering beside the noisy Rapldes du Plats or the wild f footed Galloup two troops of waterg hurrying to tho mighty battles of the rrfsea We mounted reeling knolls and Voverwhirling dips and rushed to boiling levels and Jumped foamy 1ridges and went galloping in the rush t of long slopes jVLeter rip I could hear Dri shout tog once in a while as he flashed up 4 KL ahead of me Let er rip Consarn d picturVt pHegave a great yell of triumph as we slowed in a long stretch of still broad water Judas Priest said es I came alongside thet air B 4V rougher n the bog trail fWecame to Paleyvillewith time only for a bite of luncheon before dark iWE HALTED PEERING AT THE I GLOW THAT NOW SPRINKLED OUT- THROUGH MANY A PINHOLE APERTUREVVV 4 We could see no sign of life on the Island or the Canuck shore as we turned our bows to the south channel That evening the innkeeper sat with us under a creaking sign our chairs tilted to the tavernside Dri was making moosehorn of 1birchbark as he smoked thoughtfully When he had finished he raised it to his lips and moved the flaring end in VV i w1decIrcleasheblewablaztthatflesawayInthefaforest it anyny4 4 5Vtie as he slung it over his shoulder Iwitha string ye know purty nigh c where I be when ye hear thet air VZL thing You said In any way shape er manner cept one I quoted What do you mean by that My friend expectorated looking off VInto the night soberly a moment r Guess I did nt mean nuthin said he presently When I set put t say t U suthln dont never know where I m L A goin t land Good deal Ink settin sail without a compass Thet s one i reason I dont never say much fore- womens Our good host hurried the lagging L4r hours with many a tale of the river visit5ariver pirate so he told us with a cave i moir haunted by some ghost We start i4ed for the shore near ten oclock the Innkeeper leading us with a lantern Its light flickering In a west wind The r sky was cloudy the night dark Our boat lent us the lantern kindly offer r lag to build a bonfire on the beach at 4b U to light us home- Careful boys said the Innkeeper d as we got ardAlm straight fer L th head o th island Cant ye see rightL ever yer heads there Mem rbethey a awful rough water below pushed off Dri leading I could 4sb ee nothing of the island but Dri had better eyes and kept calling me as he ewentahead liter a few strokes of the iiV paddle I could see on the dark sky the VVdarker mass of treetops RVBetter light up I suggested We r were now close In s HlHlhhe hissed Then as I came tV 4pto him he went on whispering SVT aint boa t mek no noise here II Don know none tew much bout this here business Doll callate we re 1golat hey any trouble but If we dew bdIiHarkWe halted peering at the glow thatJ BOW sprinkled out through many a Ifpinhole aperture in a fairy lattice of pine needles My heart was beating loudly for 4ti there was the promised lantern Was I not soon to see the brighter light of t those dear IaeesY It was all the kind ij of thing I enjoyed thenthe atmos phere of peril and romance wild youth that I was It Is a pity God knows I had so little consideration for old Dri but be loved me andwetlhe himself L taAsoae pleasure IB excitement 41VV i ri rP f t d4 i r Jt to I We halted for only a moment pushln boldly through a thicket at young pines Into the light A lantern hung on the bough of a tall tree and beneath it was a wide opening well carpeted with moss and needles Wo peered oil into the gloom but saw nothing Dri blew out a thoughtful breath looking up into tho air coolly as ho filled his plpc- Consarned if over I wanted t have a smoke s bad n all my born days he remarked Then he moved his holster turned his scabbard and sat down quietly puffing his pipe with some look of weariness and reflection We were sit ting there less than five minutes when we heard a footfall near by then sud denly two men strode up to us in the dim light I recognized at once the easy step the long lllho figure of his lordship in the dressof a citizen car ing sword and pistols Ah good evening gentlemen said he quietly How are you Better thanthan when we saw you last I answered Dri had not moved he looked at me with a sympathetic smile- I presume said his lordship In that familiar lazy tone as he lighted a cigar there wasnhgood room for improvement was there noU thoughtfullyI True said he II was In bad fettle and worse luck How arc the ladies Quite well said he blowing a long puffReady to deliver them I in quiredPresently said he There aresome formalities Which aretot I added quickly A trifle of expenses and a condition said he lazily How much and what I inquired as Dri turned lila ear One thousand pounds said his lordship quickly Not a penny more than this natter has cost me and his majesty What else said I This man he answered calmly with a little gesture aimed at DrL My friend rose struck his palm with the pipebowl nnd put up his knife Ef ye re goln f tek me said he better begin right off er ye wont her time fore brcakfust Then ho clapped the moosehorn to his lips and blew a mighty blast It made the two men jump and set the near thicket reeling The weird bary tone went off moaning in the far wastes of timber Its rush of echoes had begun I put my hand to my sabre for there in the edge of the gloom saw a thing that stirred me to the marrow The low firs were moving toward us root and branch their twigs falling Gods of war it made my hair stand for a jiffy to see the very brush take feet and legs On sea or land I never saw a thing that gave mo so odd a feeling We stood for a breath or two then started back our sabres flashing for as the twigs fell we saw they had been decorating a squad of the British They tame on I struck at the lantern but too late for lila lordship had swung It away He stumbled going to his knees the lantern hit the earth and Went out I had seen the squad break running each way to surround UIL Dri grabbed my hand as the dark fell and we went plunging through the little pines hit ting a man heavily who fell grunting We had begun to hear the rattle of boats a shouting and quick steps on the shore We crouched a moment Dri blew the moosehorn pulling me aside with him quickly after the blast Lights were now flashing near I could SCtuJSttlo hope for us7 nn2 DrI 1 thought had gone crazy He ran at the oncomers yelling Hey Rube at the top of his lungs I lay low in the brush a moment They rushed by me Dri in the fore with fending sabre A tawny hound was running in the lead his nose down baying loudly Then I saw the truth and made after tem with all the speed of my legs They hustled over the ridge their lights flashing under For a jiffy I could see only here and there a leaping glow in the treetops I rushed on passing one who had tumbled headlong The lights below me scattered quickly and stopped I heard a great yelling a roar of muskets and a clash of swords A hush fell on them as I came near Then I beard a voice that thrilled ma Your sword sir it commanded Stop said I sharply coming near There stood my father in the lantern light his sword drawn his gray hair stirring 4n the breeze Before him was my old adversary his lordship sword in band Near by the squad of British now surrounded were giving up their arms They bad backed to the rivers edge I could hear it lapping their heels His lordship sneered looking at the veteran who stood Inn gray frock of homespun for all the world I fancy like one of those old yeomen who fought with Cromwell Your sword sir my father re peatedPardon me said the young man with a fascinating coolness of manner but I shall have to trouble youto He hesitated feeling his blade How said my father To fight for it said hb lordship quietlySurrendertool my father an swered You cannot escape Tut tut said his lordship I never heard so poor a compliment Come in reach and I shall make you think better of me Give up your sword After my life then my sword said he with a quick thrust Before I could take a step their swords were clashing in deadly rom bat I rushed up to break in upon them but the air was full of steel and then my father needed no help He was driving his man with fiery vigor I had never seen him fight all I had seen of his power bad been mere play It was grand to see the old man fighting as It for a moment his youth had come back to him I knew it could not go far His fire would burn out quickly then the blade of the young Britisher tireless and quick as I knew it to be would let his blood before my very eyes What to do I knew not Again I came up to them but my father warned me off hotly He was fighting with terrific energy I swear to you that in half a minute he had broken the sword of his lordship who took to the water swimming for his life I leaped In catching him half over the eddy where we fought like madmen striking in the air and bump ing on the bottom We were both near drowned when Dri swam out and gave me his beltend haullngus in I got to my feet SOon My father came up to me and wiped a cut on my foreheadDamn you my boy said he Dont ever interfere with me in a matter of that kind You might have been hurt After the posting of the guard some toI r oi i JJ ake no honor for his defeat of the clever man claiming the Intt had no chance to fight He had no footroom with the bo one side and Dri t other said he I had only to drive him back My father and the innkeeper and Dri and I sat awhile smoking in tho warm glow of tho bonfire Youro a longheaded man said I turning to my comrade Kind o thought they d be trouble said DrLISo I tuk n ast yer father t come over hossback with bef a dozen good men They got three more et the tavern here an lay oft n thet air bateau waltln fer the moose call I callated I did nt want no more slld in over there n Canady After a little snicker he added lied all t wus good for me the las time S a leetle lew swift Gets rather scary when you see tlie bushes walk I suggested Seen whut wus up tore ever they reed a move said Dri Them air bushes did nt look Jest es natral es they d orter Bet ye they re some o them bushwhackers o Fitzglbbon Got loops aU over their uniforms so ye cud stick em full o boughs Jcrushy never see nuthin s Joemight ful curus n all my born days never Ho stopped a breath anrt then added Could nt be nuthin cnruser n thet CHAPTER XXI We hired team and wagon of the innkeeper and a man to paddlo up river and return with tho horses- I had a brief talk with our tall pris oner while they were making ready A word of business your lord ship I said as he came out yawning with the guard Ah well said he with a shiver I hope it is not so cold as the air It is hopeful It is cheering Will my answerAnd topic An exchangefor the ladies He thought a moment slapping this dust off him with a glove This kind of thing is hard on the trousers he remarked carelessly I THERE STOOD MY FATHER IN Tilt LANTERN LIGHT HIS SWOR1 DRAWNwill I think it could be ar ranged Meanwhile I give you m word of honor you need have nt worryWe were off at daybreak with oui prisoners there were six of them In alL We put a fold of linen over the eyes of each and roped them all together so that they could sit or stand as might please them in the wagon boxVtebarbarltyza1d htsl rdshlp1U we put on the fold You Yankee never knew how to treat a prisoner Till you learnt us said Dri quick ly Could nt never fergit thet lesson Et I bed my way bout you I d haul y up t th top o thct air dead pine ovef yender n let ye slide down Rather too steep I should say said his lordship wearily Ye would nt need no grease salt Dri with a chuckle We were four days going to the harbor My father and his men came with us and he told us many a tale that journey of his advbntures in the old war We kept our promise turn ing over the prisoners a little before sundown of the 16th Each was given a great room and every possible com fort I arranged soon for the release of all on the safe return of the ladles In the evening of the 17th his lord ship sent for me He was a bit nervous and desired a conference with tho general and me De Chaumont had been over to the headquarters that day in urgent counsel He wals weary of delay and planning an appeal to the French government Gen Brown was prepared to give the matter all furtherance in his power and sent quickly for the Englishman They brought him over at nine oclock We uncovered his eyes and locked the door and gave him a crack at the old Ma deira as they used to say and made him as comfortable as might be at the cheery fireside of the general Ive been thinking said his lord ship after a drink and a word of cour tesy I never saw a man of better breeding or more courage I am free to say You may not agree it is possi ble but anyhow I have been trying to think You have been decent to me I dont believe you are such a bad lot after all and while I should be sorry to have you think mo tired of your hospitality I desire to hasten our plans a little I propose an exchange of of He hesitated whipping the ashes off his cigar Well first of confidence he went on I will take your word if you will take mine- In what matter the general in quiredThat of the ladles and their relief said he A little confidence will will Grease the wheels of progress the general suggested smiling Quite so he answered lazily To begin with they are not 30 miles away if I am correct in my judgment of this was a moment of silence My dear sir he went on presently this ground Is quite familiar to me I slept in this very chamber long ago But that is not here nor there Day after tomorrow a little before mid night the ladies will be riding on the shore pike You could meet them and bring them out to a schooner I sup pose if He stopped again puffing thought fully If we could agree he went on Now this would be my view of it You let me lend a messenger for the ladles You would have to take them by force somehow but you know could make it easyarrange the Urns and place no house near no soldiers no resistance but that of the driver who should not share our confidence no danger You take them to tac boats and bring them over but lIrstto To Be ConUnue4I 5 T 1 Entertaining Angels Unawares OUR SERMON STORY by this t highway and Byway Preacher A Vision Between the Lines of Gods Inspired Word Copyright bf 3 IL Edsoo Scripture Authority And the Lord ap peared unto him in the plains of Mamre and ho sat in the tent door In the heat of the day and he lifted up his eyes and looked and lo three men stood by him and when he saw them ho ran to meet them from the tent door and bowed himself towards the ground and said My lord If now I have found favor in thy sight pass not away I pray thee from thy servant Let a little water I pray you be fetched and wash your feet and rest yourselves under the tree And I will fetch a morsel of bread and comfort ye your hearts after that ye shall pass on for therefore are ye come to your servant And they said So do ua thou hast saltJGen lSlk lie not forgetful to entertain strangers For thereby some have entertained anGela unawares Ileb 131 ODS messengers come and some times they find us so occupied with the things of time and our eyes so ob cured by present 4conditionsand needs that we do not recognize them and we let them Pass by and thus miss Gods message and Gods blessing And then again the messenger comes and we miss his visit because some of life has drawn us away from the pathwayot duty and we are absent We are not in the place where God wQuld sneak to us and give us bless ingMy master the pasturage in this place Is not sufficient for thy increas- Ing flocks and herds Tho rains have partially failed and the hillsides are becoming brown and bare and even now the young men are forced to seek pasturage far down the valley Thus spoke EHezer one morning as ho came to Abrahams tent For such a careful provident overseer as was Eliezer the situation was exceeding ly trying Ever faithful to Abrahams interests ho saw the wisdom ot re moral to moro verdant fields and came with the purpose of suggesting such a course but waited for his master tospeak before proceeding 4 further Abraham lifted his eyes inquiringly and then said Speak on Eliezer all that is in thy heart I pray thee that thou wilt pardon thy servant for troubling thee and for suggesting the Journey with its bur den and fatigue but tidings have come from the land of the south of abundant pasturage and it were well that we proceed thither- A troubled look overspread the countenance of the older man and it was some few minutes before he rca tured to reply He was loath to leave Hebron for it had long been his dwell ing place Nearly 19 years had passed since he had first pitched his tentunder the oaks of Mamre and made his covenant with the three brothers Mamre Eschol and Aner It was at Hebron that the Lord had repeatedly appeared unto him and renewed His promise of a son Only a few weeks before God had established His covenant ot circumcision and when Abraham had pleaded for his son Ishmael that in him might be realized the promises God had toll him plainly that Sarah should bear a son to him and he should call his name Isaac and as one in a dream Abraham had waited Thou asketh a hard thing Is not Hebron better than the strange land and unknown people But my master earnestly pro tested Eliezer who misunderstood the real reasons of Abrahams reluctance I know of a certainty of the land to which we would go for the young men whom I set to search out the country have returned bringing word that it is indeed a goodly land and that the people are friendly and will welcome the great chief Abraham and his people for they have heard of thy wealth and thy great goodness Nay it is not that quickly responded Abraham I doubt not thy reports of tho land for thou art a wise and discreet servant but it may be the Lord will speak further concerning my son Isaac whom God bath promised that Sarah shall bear me Thy son Isaac questioned Eliezer deeply puzzled for this waS the first reference which Abraham had made to anyone save his wife of his latest vision and even to her it was as an idle tale Does my master forget that his years and tho years of Sarah are many and that the hope of youth must fade and vanish away- I cannot go now was the quiet but decisive answer But the sheep and the camels and the asses protested Eliezer in tones of deep anxiety While we linger they perish And the overseer of all Abra hams possessions shifted nervously from one foot to the other and adjusted his mantle with an impatient Jerk It was the first time he had over found it necessary to take such sharp Issue with his master and had he not felt so keen ly the needs ot the flocks and the herds he would have been frightened by his own boldness Better that they perlsh than that I should depart from the Lords presence and blessing was the earnest reply and Elezei realizing that Abrahams decision was final withdrew- A rustle In the rear of the tent aroused Abraham and he realized that Sarah had been a listener to the conversation What strange Idle hope keeps thee lingering here Abraham It were bet ter to listen to the voice of wisdom than to trust to the visions of thine own heart Sarah stood at his side and her voice sounded strangely sharp and unsym pathetic Bitterness and unbelief mingled in her heart and she resented hav- Ing Abraham speak of things she could not receive Abraham bowed his head in silent grief for he knew further pleading with her was useless and the longing filled his heart that God in some way would reveal Ills purposes to her Thus the days went by The search Zionist JewsV M LeroyBeaulleu in an address to the Conslstolre Israelite on his return from America touched ou the important factor of the Jews in polities and he mentioned as an instance the very large number of votes which were accorded by Jews in New York for President Roosevelt at the recent election In the course of a passing reference to Zionism In America the lecturer said that he did not think the movement had a great future in tat country The Zionists without doubt were numerous but they i i 11 t t Lfor pasturage became more difficult and the flocks and herds wandered farther and farther down the valley Eliezer was quite In despair and found Increas- Ing difficulty in keeping close supervi sion over the herds But to his repeated appeals Abraham returned the same reply as that given atthe first inter viewBut no one but Abraham knew what his decision was costing him He real ized the increasing dearth of the land and the needs of his vast herds and wise husbandman that be was he was Impatient to obtain for them the best pasturage possible But expectation from God and faith that God would give further revelation about the promised son made him tarry at Hebron One day Ellezers duties took him to a distant point and Isbmael a vigorous youth of 13 pleaded to go with him Let the boy go was the response which Abraham gave when appealed to and the eyes of the aged patriarch fol lowed the youth as he bounded away and the words which God had spoken came to him As though to strengthen his faith be repeated them aloud Nay but Sarah thy wife shall bear thee a son and thou shalt call his name Isaac and I will establish My covenant with him for an everlasting covenant for his seed after him A faint sound of derisive laughter came from the interior of the tent It fretted him and longing to get alone by himself he said within his heart- I will get me up to the altar of the Lord on the mountain top when the heat of the day Is passed It may be that God will speak to mc there as on former occasionsSLifting his eyes with the thought towards the adjacent mountain his at tention was attracted by three strangers coming down the path Abrahams first impulse was one of impatience for he feared their coming would hinder his visit to his wonted place of worship He desired solitude at this time It did not seem to him that he could act the part of host He wanted to be left alone to his meditation But here were strangers They were weary with the journey The heat of the day was oppressive and they needed shelter and refreshment Thus think ing Abraham graciously put aside his own feelings and desires and arose to greet the strangers who had paused a short distance down the path as though waiting for invitation to come in and restQuickly slipping on his sandalsAbra ham ran to meet them and salaaming low before them he said My lord if now I have found favor in thy sight pass not away I pray thee from thy servant Let now a little water be fetched and wash your feet and rest yourselves under the tree And I will fetch a morsel of bread and strengthen ye your heartsVWith gracious sweetness and ease the strangers accepted the proffered hos- pitalIty saying So do as thou hast said Bidding a servant bring water for the feet of the guests Abraham hastened Into the tent to find Sarah wondering who his guests might be and yet conscious of a feeling of their superiority His spirit of hospitality was thoroughly aroused All through the country it was known what a gracious host the kindly Abraham could be and many a weary traveler held refreshing memor- Ies ot rest within the shadow of his tent Today something moved within him prompting him to provide his best Was it to show how thoroughly was his repentance for his first ungracious and Inhospitable feelings Or was there an Indefinable something about his guests which appealed to the best Impulses within him Or was it a combination of both these elements Whatever it was certain It is that Abrahams gracious feelings of hospitality overflowed that day and finding Sarah he eagerly saidMake ready quickly three measures of fine meal knead It and make cakes such as thy skillful hands know so well how to prepare And without giving his wife oppor tunity to ask any questions he hastened to the herd- Selecting the finest calf his discerning eye could pick he hurried back with it He was too intent on the matter in hand to note the wondering looks of the herd man in charge or hear his halfmut tered protest The most likely calf in all the herd If Eliezer had been here he would not have taken it Soon the repast was ready and as Abraham set it before his guests he longed to ask them who they were and from whence they had come but he durst not- Where is Sarah thy wife was the question which startled him when the meal was ended Who had told these strangers the name of his wife What peculiar thing was this that they should ask after a mans wife Lo Sarah thy wife shall have a son they continued As the words fell upon Abrahams ears his eyes were opened and he beheld no longer strangers but the Lord and His angels Bowing himself before them a deep silence fellVWherefore did Sarah laugh saying Shall I of a surety bear a child which am old Is anything too hard for the LordAbraham started to his feet Sarah laugh He had heard no sound I laughed not she whispered In n terrified voice as Abraham confronted her In the tent for she was afraid And the same Lord who had searched her heart and heard her laugh and ner derisive words heard the whisper though it was so faint that Abraham scarce caught the words and He said Nay but thou didst laugh And the Lord and His angels arose and went towards Sodom and Abraham went with them to bring them on their way and late that evening when Abra ham returned to his tent he found Sarah weeping repentant tears because ot her falsehood and her unbelief and he spoke comfortingly to her And there that night under the myriad stars which God had pointed to when speak- Ing of Abrahams seed they talked together with glowing faith of Isaac the promised son Surely the Lord hath visited us spake Sarah softly Abraham I am glad that thou didst linger at Hebron America Produces Most Beer America now makes 132000000 gallons more of beer annually than Germany were platonic Zionists and the majority of Jewish immigrants had only one wish To become American citizens while remainlngJewsThe Menorah Choristers Who Pay The choir In the parish church of WalkeronTyne is probably the only one In the country where the members pay for the privilege of leading the singing It consists of males only and their fees sometime amount to more than the contributions of the rest of the congregation ii ctlx IAN INDUSTRIAL WAR Et is Feared the Teamsters Strike Will Spread Lumbermens Drivers and the Build Ing Trades Unions May Become Involved In the StruggleBoth Sides Remain Firm Chicago May 22Sunday brought oo change In the attitude of either side lo the labor controversy now In pro gress in Chicago and everything now points to an extension of the team sters strike to many other business bouses during the weak The officials of the express companies whose refusal to reinstate any of their striking employes caused the collapse of the settlement of the trouble still adhere to their determination not to give em poyment to any of their former em ployes and the other firms Involved In the difficulty declared that they would stand by the express companies in the fight The teamsters union has taken just as firm a stand as the em ployers and it was stated by President Shea that the union would never call oft the strike until the express com panics come to terms The first spread of the strike is ex pected to come when the lumbermens association employing 2400 teamsters Issues an order to their men to make deliveries to all business houses regardless of whether they are involved In the strike or not In anticipation of such an order the teamsters met and voted to go on strike should any teamsters be discharged for refusing to obey the order of tho association With nonunion drivers making deliveries for the lumbermen the trouble will undoubtedly spread to affiliated industries as the union men employed on buildings wilt refuse to handle material delivered by nonunion labor SERIOUS RACE TROUBLE Bloody Riots Between Whites and Blacks In Chicago Chicago May 22 Chicago is threat ened with a race war of serious proportions Embittered by the shooting of Enoch Carlson an eightyearold boy last week by two negroes tho residents in the vicinity of 29th and Dearborn streets have armed them selves and clashes between white and colored men have become so frequent since the Carlson murder that It has been found necessary to detail scores of policemen In the district to preserve peace Even this precaution has been unsuccessful In keeping the opposing factions apart In a riot which broke out in this dis trict between the whites and the blacks James Gray colored was kill ed Harry Bernstein was mortally wounded and a building in which Bernstein was being held a captive suffering from four bullet wounds was stoned and partly wrecked by a mob of 1000 persons RUSSIANS REPULSED Detachment of Infantry and Cavalry Attacked Chlengzu Toklo ray 22The following report Is published In the direction of Wei Yuan Pan men on the morning of May 19 tho enemy with two companies of Infantry and two squadrons of cavalry again attacked Chiengtzu but was repulsed at 1 oclock in the afternoon Simul taneously the enemy with one regi ment of infantry and five squadrons of cavalry actively attacked Ching Yang Pao but was entirely repulsed at 3 oclock in the evening There had been no material change at Changtu except collisions with scouts since we repulsed the enemy on May 18 On the right bank of the Llao river the enemys cavalry Is concentrating Its main strength being at Kungchuliang eight miles west of Fakoman MRS OGDEN DOREMUS Honorary Vice President of the Daugh- Ters of American Revolution Dead New York May 22llrsOgden Doremus wife of Prof R Ogden Dore mrfs died aged 75 years Mrs Dore mus was a daughter of Capt Zophar Skldmore an officer in the Continen tal army who was at the surrender of Burgoyne at Saratoga She was a regent of the New York chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and honorary vice president of the national society Judge A W Tourgee Dead Bordeaux May 22Judge Albion Wlneg r Tourgee of Mayville N Y American consul here died of acute uraemia which resulted from an old wound Judge Tourgee was taken seriously ill some months ago but his condition afterwards improved and it was believed his recovery was probable Recently however the disease took another serious turn and Judge Tourgee lingered until now He was born at Wllllamsfield 0 May 2 1838 Roosevelt Names Adams Washington May 22ln view of tho death recently of Judge Amos oL Thayer of the United States circuit court at St Louis President Roosevelt has decided to promote to the vacan cy Judge Elmer B Adams of the Unit ed States district court at St Louis The Cruiser Ralna Mercedes Portsmouth N H May 22The cruiser Reina Mercedes captured at Santiago during the war with Spain has sailed for Newport R I after having been remodelled as a receiving ship Fell Down Stairs Wiesbaden May 22Empress Au gusta Victoria fell down stairs and was slightly injured on the forehead Though the hurt 13 not serious the incident has caused the postponement of the departure of the emperor and empress for Berlin Shot and Killed 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nMidn 3SO he are the re t eller l the world beeiMiseofehclr excellent style easl tlttinnd lupo rlorwexrlnz qualities Ttirr mrojutt a Rood luUiose that rmt from s114 ouly Jlnrene U the W I Uoualiu IWCO shoe cost more tu maRC bold their hnpehecirr weorionger and gieoCgieiterV110011U80 eelochpr 320shoe on thenerkettdi T WII MSliu KUJI enters their vulue by stnmnliic hl name end on the bottom orrarh shoe ookforlt rekenosubstte WI JugIe3O hoe aresold through his aWN retell store lit theprineipal vwhereNanmt erwhereyou Uve4YZ1oushtS shuCsLtFe witht BETTER TttAy 07VER 31AKE3 AT AST TRICE Fer the lut tlree yeer there ors irLDosgte3L1ShOPal4fesa4itflO0- 4W as let orner ssas aa w Mt IenA4a1 L Faml4Ajj Cajier The Laptal Vthaia2 JiaakIsiaaipoZi teL Boys wear W L Douglas S2JO and 5200 shoes became they fit hold their shape anwear longer thanather makes WLDQUGLAS 400 SHOES CANNOT BE EQUALLED ATANY PRICE jr L Domain tan Corona ColliUm kia I3JO Coma tz u cosjJPa tj 54 Se Pat 1eathr prodmeed PAST CO LOItETEIETSlVlIIKOX WEAR BRASSY W L Uonglai has the Lircest shoe mall order bnsiwss in the world No trouble to Brt a lit br mail Of extra deliTery It you rtesin further Information write r JlvItretei Calafoym Spnw Slttet- VVU DOUGLAS BROCKTON MASSACHUSETTS i w41 b + no f j 1 l YiS Sb b lt oJb Jr 4 Ito iL 2 TALES OF THE TOTS vIq Well Dolly are you having a nice mammawboys tights J j j 3about me already f Fond Mother Tommy darling this is your birthday What would you Tlikebest Tommy after a moments 4reflection I think I should enjoy baby spanked 1 i Bessie how many sisters has your sew playmate She has one She tried to fool me by say iIngshe had two halfsisters but I iiw guess she didnt know that I studied OJ fractions tJ J Twins have come to the home of a schoolmaster with seven living chll dren Hans when he sees his two 2e new brothers for the first time Now we wont have any next year will we papal i I wonder mused Tommy why I the fairy tales always end and they lived happily ever after Because I simpleton said his little slater know I 4i ingly how else could you tell it was t il a fairy taleV e Mamma For my part I cant un derstand how you got your fet wet womenxthink anybody might guess In a min l ute that I wet my feet wading in the 1gutter SCIENTIFIC SPECIALS I Work for the insane is a special study at the Vlllejulf asylum Paris Painting carving sketching and even- v tattooing we included and recovery Is often due to the employment In other cases the condition of the patients mind is mirrored In the work done i aiding the physician in his study of 9 the case more than any amount of dis t cusslon or consultation t p1i The earths Interior instead of being fluid is now known to be exceedingly 4X hard and rigid This Is due to the- it inconceivable pressure and Prof T J See points out that as the heat Is j beyond the critical temperature ot fI every known element the matter must prespi sessed by no substance known to us y 1 Authorities of the geological survey 4 thargr of the mineral resoure ikfor the territory in question are 0 confident that as a result of the plans 4mapped out for an examination into the platinum resources of the United States that valuable metal will be l found In commercial quality In Utah i 4Thedemand for platinum continues to Incease the present market value J2i an ounce- Railroads 1 and Progress iInhis testimony before the Senate t on Interstate Commerce at p Washington on May 4th Prof Hugo R Meyer of Chicago University an ex x pert on railroad management made statementLet at what might have thappened if we had heeded the pro y tests of the farmers of New York and I s t Ohio and Pennsylvania In the seven tt ties when grain from the west began pouring to the Atlantic seaboard and acted upon the doctrine which the Interstate Commerce Commission has i enunciated time and again that no 1 man may be deprived of the advan tages accruing to him by virtue of his geographical position We could not VVp kaveeetOt1WMlI4pula Uon of millions of people who aTfr prosperous and are great consumers We never should have seen the years when we built 10000 and 12000 miles j of railway for there would have been no farmers west of the Mississippi River who could have used the land 2t that would have been opened up by the It1k building of those railways And If we had not seen the years when we could 10000 and 12000 miles of rail 4waya year we should not have to day east of the Mississippi steel and I iron producing center which is at r once the marvel and the despair of Eu rope because we could not have built up a steel and iron Industry if there had been no market for its product IrSITe could not have in New England a great boot and shoe industry we could not have in New England a great cotton milling industry we could not have spread throughout New York and Pennsylvania and Ohio man ufacturing industries of the most di t versified kinds because those indus k t tries would have no market among the 4 t Tanners west of the Mississippi River o b And while the progress of this coun 1t try while the development of the ag r rlcultnral West of this country did mean the impairment of the agrr Icultural value east of the Mississippi p 14 River that ran up into hundreds of i millions of dollars it meant incident i ally the building up of great manufac turing industries that added to the wvalueo this land by thousands of mil y f lions of dollars And gentlemen 4 those things were not foreseen lathe iq Mveatles The statesmen and the 4 pabUc men of this country did not see f what part the agricultural develop 1 meat of the West was going to play la the Industrial development of the East And you may read the decisions 4 J of the Interstate Commerce Commis t d lion from the first to the last and what is one of the greatest character istics of those decisions The con tinned inability to see the question In- this large way oj The Interstate Commerce Commls Eton never can see anything more than that the farm land of some farmer ii f decreasing in value or that some man who has a Sour mill with a produc tion of 50 barrels a day Is beiur crowd 1 t ed out It never can see that the detraction or impairment of farm 4 9 I values In this lace means the build Ing up of farm values In that place and that that shifting of values Isa necessary incident to the industrial 1t Ij aadK Bufactnring development of this couLtry And if we shall give to the 1t Interstate Commerce Commission pow er to egulate rates we shall no long 1 ed have our rates regulated on the statesmanlike basis on which they t have been regulated in the past by the i yrallway men who really have been V great statesmen who really have been great builders of empires who have anhad Imagination that rivals the lVii Imagination of tbte greatest poet and of t J the greatest tnveJ1raJid who paTe operated with a courage anddarlng 4 that rivals the courage and daring of rV the greatest military general But we stall have our rates regulated by a body of civil servants bureaucrats whose besetting sin the world over Is S that they never can grasp a situation In a large way and with the grasp of tie statesman that they never can see the that they are confronted wMn a smallevllth t that evil Is relatively small and that it cannot be corrected except by the creation of evils and abuses which are Infinitely greater than the one that to to Li I screctcL F 2 r l t31B ifro j 1 t Jyr J LI ihJ i rJoor JPIJn O J rJ h JtII t o NEWS FROM ALL VER THE WORLD Happenings ofInterest Gathered and Condensed For the Busy Reader PROGRESS OF THE RUSSOJAP WAR What Is Transpiring at the Capital of the Nation Together With Ex citing Events Occurring In Foreign Countries War Items With a suspicious stoppage of dis patches from Manchuria and a strong possibility that Vice Adm Rojcstvens ky has cut his last communications with home and set forth on the final stage of his Journey to his goal either Togo or Vladivostok interest is man ifested in naval and military circles in St Petersburg In the two fold field of warThe apparently complete disappear ance of the Russian far eastern fleet leads to the belief either that a battle Is imminent or that Adm Uojestvcn sky has succeeded in establishing a naval base Vice Adm BlrllcfT who has been named for the supreme naval command In the Pacific will leave for Vladivostok on May 25 to assume charge there and make preparations for repairing and refitting the vessels of Vice Adm Rojestvenskys fleet when they arrive Within the last fortnight seven ships have been blown up by mines that the Japanese had planted for the Russian fleetAdvices from HongKong report that an enormous fleet of colliers for the Russian Pacific fleet is off the Mekong Delta and along the whole coast as far as Capt St James Forty of the colliers are flying the German Has and a score of others show British Norwegian Russian and French flags Miscellaneous News At the session of the annual conven lion of the American Federation of Mu sicians President Joseph N Weber of Cincinnati Secretary Owen Miller of St Louis and Treasurer Otto Os cendorf also of St Louis were renoml nated by iJcc annUon Secretary Taft appointed Maj Gen Lunsford L Lemax of Virginia a member of the Gettysburg battlefield park commission to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Maj W M Robins of North Carolina The Sabbath association of Illinois at their 19th annual meeting at Chicago decided to send a letter to Presi dent Roosevelt requesting him to stop the delivery of mails on Sunday Memphis Tenn was selected as the convention city for the Order of Rail way Conductors two years hence The inspection tour of the congres sional rivers and harbors committee has ended A resolution was passed calling for a national waterways con vention either at Washington or New YorkCoL G W Clark a wellknown resi dent of Cincinnati died suddenly in Washington of heart failure Col Clark was a veteran of the civil war He will be buried at Arlington A splendid fleet of sailing yachts SandyJbokUlghtshlp bro aUantic ocean on a race of 3 000 miles to the English coast for a 5000 cup offered by Emperor William of Germany The National Manufacturers association passed a resolution upholding the stand taken by President Parry against the exercise by the national government of rate making power for the railroads Dr J E Plunkett of Augusta Ga was elected moderator by the general assembly of the Southern Presbyterian church in the United States A suit has been brought against the Equitable Life Assurance society In New York asking that tho court order the directors of the society to divide the excess of the surplus among the policy holdersrMrs C L Chadwick In a statement made to a press representative saul that since January 1 1901 she had 3410060 Of this amount she bor rowed not over 900000 the remainder coming from trust funds and some sales The woman lost 400000 in one Investment alone Members of Nan Pattersons family confirmed the stories of a 2000a week theatrical contract signed by Nan with a New York firm of music hall proprietorsIThe state diocesan conference of the Episcopal church practically accomplished the segregation of the races In Georgia The tenth annual convention of the National Association of Manufacturers came to a close after selecting Now York as the place for the convention of 1906 and reelecting D M Parry of Indiana as president News has been received that Pala the outlaw Moro chief who has been pursued the past two weeks on the Is land of Jolo by troops under the command of Gen Leonard Wood has been killed His few surviving followers are being trailed by the troops President McKendree Chamberlain of the University of Illinois announced the addition of 100000 to the endowment fund effected- It Is more than probable that En rique Creel governor of Chihuahua Mex will be named as ambassador to the United States from Mexico succeeding the late Ambassador Asplror Miss Harriet Crabtree an Indian girl of Muscogee L T has been appointed sponsor for the Creek and Seminole brigade of exConfederate veterans at their reunion at Louisville In JulyPitcher S M Dravo of the Trinity college team suffered a severe concussion of the brain in a game He was hit on the head by a foul tip from his own bat- Gershon Marx the aged murderer of Pavol Rodeckl was executed at the state prison at Wethersfield Ct Marx killed Rodeckl his farm hand in Col chester in April 1904 Gpv Deneen signed the antimob law bill Introduced by Edward D Green of Cook county the only col legisIlatureEnoch Carlson 8 was shot and kill ed by a colored man a former em ploye of the Peabody Coal Co Chica go which has sustained an active part In the teamsters strike The murderer escaped Maj Gen Sokolovsky governor gen eral of the province of Uta Russia was fired atseveral times and serious ly probably fatally wounded in the public garden during an entertainment J 1 i f y V r tt t t The convention of the Amalagamat ed Association of Iron Steel and Tin Workers voted to change the system of vice presidents for the association Under the reorganization plan adopted five salaried vice presidents will be elected to perform the duties now ta ken care of by the ten nonsalaried dis trict vice presidents The convention of the Amalgamated Association of Iron Steel and Tin Workers changed the system of paying dues in the organization A percentage system was adopted Mrs Catherine W Davis motherin law of Joseph Pulitzer and widow of William W Davis died at her residence In Washington Sho anti her husband were cousins of Jefferson Davis Joseph Jeffersons birthplace has been sold at auction for 8125 It is a thrceantlalialf story stone building at the southwest corner of Sixth and Spruce streets Philadelphia- In a collision between two Illinois Central freight trains two miles south of Echols Ky eight men were killed and four injured Amid scenes of disorder unprecedented in the annals Philadelphias legislative body the city council voted to lease the citys gas works to the United Gas Improvement Co for a term of 75 years for the total sum of 25000000 the money to bo paid in various amounts before the end of 1907 The transport Logan arrived from Manila and Nagasaki bringing home tho 13th cavalry after two years serv ice In the Philippines The 16th Infantry U S A Col But ler D Price has left Fort McPherson for the Philippines They will take the place there of the 17th Infantry which on the arrival of the 16th will return to tile United States and it Is expected will be stationed at Fort Hc PhersonThe jury which has been in vestigating the beef industry at Chi cago adjourned after being In session for exactly three months It will reconvene on June 7 S S Warner a lottery ticket agent with an office In Kansas City was arrn rested charged with conspiracy to violate tho United States law against traf fic in lottery tickets The Planters hotel St Louis was purchased by a syndicate of which Col T J Landrum of Louisville Ky is president The price paid was about 250000 Frank Lohone tho 19yearold boy who shot Lee Bush five times to see if his gun would kill a nigger was found guilty at Carml Ill and given a penitentiary sentence The next annual convention of the Travelers Protective association will be held In Buffalo N Y W B John son of Tennessee was elected pros dentThe president of the Iowa board of health has announced that the board will adopt a rule that all physicians in its employ must shave off their beards and mustaches He decared that whiskers are germ catchers Tohnnn Hoch who by his own con fession is several times a bigamist and who is charged by tho police with having married at least 40 women in the past 15 years was found guilty of the murder of his wife and the death sentence waS recommended by a jury In Judge Kerstens court Chicago The state charter board has refused the application of the Pullman Co Cora license to do business in Kansas The company sent a fee of 2750 with its application- Ira D Sankey hymn writer and singer whose name is a household word tnroughout the religious world has been dangerously ill at his Brook lyn home Secretary Morton will leave the cab- Inet July 1 if the president will accept his resignation oh that date The women of the Baptist church Toronto Kan have written to John D Rockefeller asking for financial as sistance to rebuild their church which was destroyed by a tornado Totally deranged because of long worrying over the Equitable Life As surance Cos squabble C C Cadman a prominent DetroItJjuslness man escaped from his home In Detroit and was taken in charge by the police while scattering 100000 checks among his friends- H Clay Grubb charged with killing his brotherinlaw 0 B Davis was ac quitted at Salisbury N C Mrs Grubb the dead mans sister remained loyal to her husband throughout the trial Lying dead In a room in her home near Frankllnvllle N J Miss Marga ret Bradley 50 and a Sister of Char ity was found by neighbors She has been dead a week at least believed IllSthat she was murdered At the convention of the Switch mens Union of North America the Insurance question was settled when the new class of insurance a 300 policy was added to the two classes already given by the order There will be no Increase of rates William J Bryan announces that he will make a tour of the world for the study of municipal ownership and railroad problems His daughter is in poor health and with other members of his family will accompany him A rule that will make It Impossible for any man except one actively en gaged In a switchyard to become a grand lodge officer of the Switchmens Union of North America was adopted by the union in committee of the whole Representatives of the Chicago street railway companies declared their willingness to sell their traction properties to the municipality The United Brethren general con ference voted for union with the Con gregational and Methodist Protestant churches A hard fight was made on the adoption of the syllabus Gen T H Barry Col J Van R Hoff and Capt S A Cloman have been detailed to join the Russian army in Manchuria as military attaches to observe the operations of the troops According to the correspondent at Toklo of the London Dally Telegraph a severe epidemic of the plague has broken out at Harbin and the deaths resulting therefrom average 300 dally On the steamship Seguaranca which sailed for Colon from New York were Charles E Magoon who succeeds Gen Davis as governor of the canal zone and John F Wallace chief engineer or the canal Secretary Taft indicated to the pres ident that some difficulty might be ex perienced in purchasing American ships for the Panama Railroad Co Al ready some vessels which the directors of the railroad bad in mind had been found to be sold and the prices of some others had been raised when the owners had discovered for whom they were wanted Dr David H Carroll of Baltimore presided at the semiannual meeting of the trustees of the American univer sity Several recent gifts approximat ing about 35000 In value wvt announce t Y l f11 JL W i t Business failures In United States for tho week ending May 18 number 191 against 158 last week 215 in the like week In 1304 155 In 1903 and 152 In 1902Simultaneously with the raising of the American flag at McKinley square New York on Memorial day Maj David Wilson with a detachment from the Second battery will fire a salute of 21 gunsOn ground that the antitrust law of Montana Is unconstitutional Judge Henry C Smith In the District court at Helena Mont sustained the demurrer to the Information In the criminal proceedings instituted against five packing houses The state will ap pealMore than 300 suits were filed by the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Co to collect stock subscriptions aggregating 30000 Among the suits was one against former Mayor Henry Zeigen helm for 1000 which It is alleged he Kelleher was sentenced to a term of 25 years in the penitentiary for killing St Louis Tommy Sullivan a prize fighter at St Louis But livan was shot In a saloon and died several days later at the city hospital Kelleher made a plea of selfdefense The general synod of the Reformed Presbyterian church has decided that Instumental music may be used la services at churches of the denomina tionOne hundred and ninetyfour presby teries have voted for the proposed consolidation with the Cumberland Presbyterians and 39 oppose it A special committee will be named to canvass the vote and report a plan of consolidationAlfred won the worlds cham plonshlp pool contest at Buffalo N Y defeating Jerome Keogh in a contest which lasted three nights The final score was De Ore 600 Keogh 564 The strike of the Chicago teamsters instead of being declared off will be spread to greater proportions This was decided by the members of the Teamsters Joint Council Three diamonds cut from the world famous Excelslon stone and valued in the aggregate at 90000 have disappeared from tho shop of Tiffany Co in New York The company believe that they were stolen by somebody in their employ President Roosevelt has been re quested to take cognizance of the sit nation that has been brought about by the Equitable Life Assurance society trouble and to institute a national Investigation of the insurance business us it is now conducted Col W H Tisdale formerly United States marshal for the Montgomery Ala district under President Cleveland died In Montgomery Death was caused by aruptured blood vessel in his head Mrs Mary Shepard died at her home in Poughkeepsle N Y at the age ol 104 years She was born in County Kilkenny Ireland December 25r 1800 P J McArdle of Muncie Ind was elected president of the Amalgamated Association of Iron Steel and Tin Workers on the second ballot The third anniversary of the inau guration of the Cuban republic was celebrated The holiday which was universally observed was similar to a Fourth of July celebration In the United StatesOver Japanese laborers on the Pioneer plantation on the Island of Maul S I have gone on strike for in creased wages There are indications that the strike will spread Judge Daniel Buck former justice 01 the state supreme court died at Man kato Minn after a long illness Judge Buck was born in Boonevllle Ky in 1829 and went to Minnesota in 1857 Col Wallace Taylor of the constabulary was severely wounded in an en gagement with the PulaJanes at Mag mon on the coast of Samar One pri vate was killed and 10 wounded Many Pulajanes were killed Wilkesbarre Pa suffered a 300000 fire caused by the crossing of two electric wires Vice President Chas W Fairbanks will leave Indianapolis for Portland Ore where he will represent Presi dent Roosevelt at the opening of thg Lewis and Clark exposition June 1 An encounter between OraecoMace donia bands and a strong Turkish de tachment is reported to have occurred in the district of Langadlna In Mao dcnla Eeven insurgents and 50 Turl are reported to have been killed At Toronto Ont Josephine Carr a 13yearold girl has confessed to thq murder of WillUrn Murray a 9months old infant Gladstone Dowie son of the Zion prophet John Alexander Dowie and Judge Barnes a legal adviser are in Mexico City completing details for the taking over of a large tract of land fot the purpose of establishing a colony In Mexico similar to that at Zion City III A heavy wind storm lowlngat thlJ rate of 70 miles an hour struck Foul Worth TeL from the southwest Much property was damaged and John Young a train dispatcher was killed AtBaltimore George Horst 33 is alive with two bullets In his head fired there with suicidal Intent Hq will recover Gov Deneen signed the Chicago charter bill which includes In its pro visions the lengthening of tho term 01 office of mayor and aldermen from two to four years The bill carries a referendum clause Gov Deneen signed the shot fixers bill which provides that after July 1 Illinolf operators shall furnish special shot flrers in place of leaving this work to regular miner At Winona Lake Ind Dr James D Moffat president of the Washington and Jefferson college Washlnrton Pa was elected moderator of the Presby terlan general assembly The Nova Scotia sealing schoonei Agnes G Donahoe with her outfit and cargo of 400 sealskins was confiscated by the Uruguayan government and hot commander Capt Matthew Ryan and crew of 15 men have been placed in prison for Illegal fishing Elbrldee G Keith president of tho Chicago Title and Trust Co and a prominent financier of Chicago died after a short Illness Thannual convention of the tlQi plate workers closed with the election of officers and the selection of Canto 0 as the place of the 1906 convention The old officers were reelected- J Blair Shoenfelt United States In dian agent of the five civilized tribes located at Muscogee I T has tender ed his resignation to Secretary Hitchcock and will take up the practice of lawPlansJor the combination of the 011 ver Chilled Plow Col of South Bend Ind the Mollne Plow Co of Moline 111 and B F Avel1l Son of Louis vllle Ky have been on foot for sev eral weeks While boating on Jones Hill pond at Jullustown N J George G and Thos B 16 yearsold twin ions of Noah Gas kill were drownfidII 0 tJYRul w tr 01 0 tii f Irr STATE ODDS AND ENDS EDWARD JOHNSON Newport Police Are Trying To Fasten Many Crimes Upon Him Newport Ky May 19 Murders coldblooded assaults and many rob beries are attributed by the Newport polico to Edward Johnson colored now In the Newport Jail on the technical charge of sending threatening letters to people in Covington and Newport They also say he is suffering from a religious mania The police arc trying to prove that Johnson and Henry Williams who was hanged in Roanoke Va recently robbed and then murdered an old woman near Chester W Va on Thanksgiving day 1899 A man was lynched for this crime That In September 1900 near Union town Ia they rbcd and killed two Italians end then throw their bodies Into a coke oven That In October 1901 they killed a man near llyndman Pa That in August 1903 they murdered a woman near Portland 0 and hid her body in the bushes These and many other crimes touch ing assault and robbery are outlined in a letter that It is thought Johnson wrote as a confession to the chief of police of Chester W Va Until he got religion Johnson was known in Newport by the polico as a bad man CRIGLER CRIGLER They Lose Their Case In the Kentucky Court of Appeals Frankfort Ky May 19The court of appeals by Judge Barker affirmed the Laurel circuit court in the case of Robert L and Jacob S Crigier vs the commonwealth The actions Involve seven indictments and fines for viola tion of the prohibition laws of Laurel county The appellants are distillers in Scott county having branch offices In Covington and Cincinnati They shipped the whisky from Cincinnati and defended on the ground that the law is an interference with interstate commerce The court holds that this plea was an evasion as the whisky was made in Kentucky and shipped to Cincinnati and back into tho state to avoid the law CURTIS JETT Noted Feudist Had His Thumb Severed By a Machine Frankfort Ky May 18Curtls Jett notorious feudist of Breathitt county who is serving a life sentence in the state penitentiary for assassination had the thumb of his pistol hand sev ered by a saw of a machine he was operating in the chair factory of the institution Jctt claims the dismem bering was accidental but persons connected wHh the prison point to several similar injuries to prisoners which were by design and to avoid hard work One King Bird a notorious prisoner several years ago cut off ils hand and threw it from a window to avoid work- FEARS FOR PRISONERS Breathitt County Judge Apprehends Trouble at Coming Trials Lexington Ky May 20 jrhe regu lar term of the Breathitt circuit court at Jackson will convene Monday and the cases against Mose Feltner Sam Fields and Sam Jett will be called Fellner and Fields are charged with murder and confederating to kill Jesse Fields while Jett is charged with arson alleged to have been committed 15 years ago The court Is in a quandary as to how to protect the prisoners as it Is feared that they will be assassinated because of he prominent part they took In time states behalf in recent feud trials here S Entertained at Haggins Farm Lexington Ky May 18Two hundred members of the International Railway Congress arrived here on a special train from Cincinnati They were met by the Lexington Automobile club and driven to the Elmendorf farm of J B Haggin where they were entertained at luncheon by Manager C H Berryman Rabies Sejze Dog Catcher Lexington Ky May 20 Cleveland Sloan a prominent young turfman died as the result of a dog bite Sloan was assisting the city dog catcher in placing some stray dogs in the wagon when one of them bit him He had convulsions which terminated in his death Injured In a Runaway Paducah Ky May 20Miss Flora Wood was thrown from a buggy in a runaway and badlyInjured Her left hip was broken and she was internal ly injured Miss Alice Wood and Mrs J L Putnam were also Injured Fourteen Years in Penitentiary Madlsonvllle Ky May 19The jury in the case of the commonwealth vs Jeff Morgan colored charged with the killing of Perd Lutz in this city last October brought in a verdict of guilty and sentenced the defendant to 14 years in the penitentiary Intercollegiate Field Meet Lexington Ky May 20ln the an nual intercollegiate field meet Ken tucky university won by a score of 50 points Kentucky State college was second with 42 points and Central university third with 35 points Missionary Returns To China Henderson Ky May 19Miss Ma ry Posey of this city who has been a missionary to China for the past 17 years and who had been home on a vacation of several months has return ed to China She will remain there for a period of eight years- QulsinberryEstiii Wedding Lexington Ky May 19Robert Taylor Qulslnberry of Danvllle and Miss Martha Chenault Estill were married at Walnut Hill church by Rev William F Taylor of NIcholasville an uncle of the groom Won the Blue Grass Stake Louisville Ky May 18 Martin Doyle quoted at 2 to 1 and in some books at threes won the Blue Grass stake at Churchill Downs beating Funiculaire and King of Troy King of Troy was held favorite by the book makers Charles E Clark Dead Harrodsburg Ky May 18Charles E Clark a wellknown citizen and for many years one of the citys most prominent business men died after several days illness of causes incident to old age t 4 4 MURDERED AND ROBBED Saddle Blood Spattered and the Lawyers Body Foundin the Lane Glasgow Ky May 20News lisa reached here of the murder and robbery near Burksvllie of James Skin flier one of the most prominent men In Cumberland county Sklnmer had been in Burksville since Monday en gaged in taking depositions in a law suit between himself and E G Alexander of Waterview and took his horse from the livery stable and left townThat was the last time he was seen alive His body was found In a lane near the Cumberland pike about a mile north of Burksville There was a bullet hole in his right temple and three In his breast His watch a bill case containing 2000 In currency and a short sack of silver he had with him when he left town and a bundle of legal paper are gone Ills rain coat was buttoned up closely around him and his hat was on his face Near by was his horse and blood on both sides of the saddle leads to tho belief that the shooting was done else where and the body placed on the horse and carried to the spot where It was found Two white men are under suspicion and are being closely watched KENTUCKY ODD FELLOWSI J L Brawner of Mt Sterling Was Elected Grand Patriarch Louisville Ky May 18At the ses sion of the annual encampment of Kentucky Independent Order of Odd Fellows it was voted to hold the next encampment at Paris Ky The officers elected are J L Brawner Mt Starling grand patriarch J P Wheeler Ghent grand high priest Otto L Bright Newport senior warden W- It Conover Henderson junior warden W H Cox Maysville grand rep resentative R G Elliott Lexington grand scribe George W Morris Lou isville treasurerIThe grand patriarchs report showed a net increase of 638 members during the year making a total of 2554 LEARNS HES RICH Dayton Machinist Dropped His ToollJ and Quit Work Dayton Ky May 20oeo Brpolta a machinist living at 313 Third avenue has received word from Lincoln shire England lhat his maternali grandmother has Just died him landed property worth between f 35000 and 95000 Brooks who has been in this country about 15 years and during that time has worked 13 years for Fay II Egan Cincinnati ex pects to leave for England within a few weeks and take possession of riia estate He has engaged Attorney Arthur Hall Newport to commtI cate with a London barrister and At tend to Its transfer When Brookti heard the glad tidings he Immediately quit work WARNER RESPITED Inquiry Will Be Made as To the Sanity of the Condemned Man Frankfort Ky May 19Gov Beck ham respited until Wednesday May 31 next the death sentence of George Warner slayer of Pulaski Leeds who was to have been hanged at Louisville The respite is ordered on recommendation of Circuit Judge Pryor and Commonwealths Attorney Huffaker of thlI Louisville district for the purpose of making further inquiry as to the santity of the condemned man Heavy Rains Damage Tobacco Madlsonvllle Ky May 19TheI heavy rains have greatly damaged to bacco plants Reports from Hopkins county are to the effect that at least 50 per cent of the tobacco plants are ruined and It is thought that unless weather conditions change the remain der of the plants will be killed Electric Light and Power Plant Paducah Ky May 20 Chicago Gin clnnati and New York capitalists are interested in an electric light and pow er plant which is to be put up here in the near future The capital stock of the company will be 300000 SHyer Skin Won Louisville Ky May 20Sllver Skin the favorite won the handicap at Churchill Downs covering the mile and a sixteenth in good time Apple was second and Batts third with A field of good horses unplaced MARKET REPORT Cincinnati May CAPTLECommon 2 65 4 25 Heavy steers 5 60 5 75 CALVES Extra 5 00 Q E 50 HOGS Ch packers 5 45 5 55 Mixed packers 5 305 35 SHEEP Clipped 4 35 LAMBS Spring 6 50 8 50 FLOURSpring pat 6 00 6 25 WHEAT No 2 red 1 03 1 0- 5No3red 100 CORNNo2 mixed 53Vi 64 No2 white 64 OATSNo 2 mixed 3- 3RyENo2 81 8- 3UAYCh timothy 12 75 PORKClear mess 13 90 LARDSteam 6 80 BUTTERCh dairy 15 Choice creamery 24 APPLES ChoIce 2 50 3 00 POTATOESPer bbl 125 1 35 TOBACCONew 5 00 13 00 Old 450 14 75 Chicago FLOURWinter oat 5 10 5 20 WHEAT No 2 red 1 00 ft 103y No3red 95 102 ftOATSRyENo2 774 78 PORKMess 12 45 12 50 LARDSteam 7 20 7 223 New YorK FLOURWin strts 4 50 4 65 WHEAT No 2 red 100 CORNNo 2 mixed 5- 1OATSNo2 mixed 3P RYEWestern 82 PORKFamily 13 37413 811h LARDSteam 7 20 7 45 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 1 04ft 1 OlYL CORNNo 2 mixed 55 551- 4CATILESteers 4 00 4 50 SHEEPNo1 300 360 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 1 O21a CORNNo2 mixed E2 OATSNo a mixed 34 PORK Mess 11 00 LARDSteam 6 60 Indianapolis WHEATNo2 red 1 01 CORN Nc 2 mixed 4- 8OATSNo2 mixed SOft i- pr z 1 C ii 3I J1 Jut What She Would Do She What would you do George if widowerfHe much the same as you would do if you were left a you wretch And you always told elsePickMeUp SelfSacrificing ReI dont ice what makes women such awful prides him listenerSes likes to HstenarOne Good Way youyesterdayI just fixed my glass eye on him and otherChicagoJournal Back at work Again ZndSpecalcripplednot stand on his feet for the hours re quired at Lis trade F R McLean 00 quitworkgivethetoobadwasKIdney 1dillsteadilyasKidneytrouble DiseaseDoddsalways cure Drights Disease the most KidneyDtsaase gettingfailure of lifeThe CommonerS BY MR S B HEGE O n n ra eneer Agent Wash Incton D C Tells of Wonderful Cure of Eczema bi Cntlcnra theDaltimoreton D C one of the wellknown rail CollowingCuticura Remedies RemediesYambig eczema for the first time in three years It first appeared on the back of my hand in the form ofa little pimple growing into several blotches then on my ears and ankles They were ex ceedingly painful because of the and burning sensation and always raw withCuticura itchingplete I shall be glad to aid in relieving others suffering as I was and you may use my letter as you wish Signed S B lIege Washington D C June 9 04 A selfmade man sometimes works the himselfChicagoNews S Agricultural and Horticultural Col onies on the Kansas City RailwayLockesburg andLoringana ccntaining about 21000 acres are now priceromon easy terms to actual settlers Loekes GeneralFarmingruit growing Loring Colony lies in a regionandire situated in a beautiful country with a healthy climate and excellent water andLoring AKRyKanilsThe less a man has the more polite he has to beN Y Times Overworked People ind those who are suffering from Rheumatism Pains Weakness Blood or Nervous disorders Indigestion etc should take PushecksKuro It is unquestionably the best medicine today for these dma eases also for Nervous Debility InsomnH and Stomach troubles Try it Insist upon your druggist always keeping fusbeck a Kuro on Dr Pushed More flowers for the living would not the deadThe CommonerS I am sure Pisot Cure for Consumption my life three ycars Robbincr Norwich N Feb 17 1900- The mightiness of the is due to the Newsmmm Jr rt 5ifc 5J ANfcgetAblePreparatioaTorAs similaUng iheFoodandHeg wig ihc Stomachs andBovrel of kI LhUTtIuiIt4ZN Promotes DigcslioaChcerM ness andRestContaIns nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC kvoOdIaWf2ZRTC2 Fbmptm Smf 4S4i SJIs I l forConslIp4lion WormsCotwulsionsJcNerish ness andLoss OF SLEEP Fee Simile Signature of NEW YORK At b monliis old POSTS C t MS EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER Dietvs Drugs People Are Finding That Proper Food I Is Better Than- Medicine VP rrcr J tt INTERESTING LETTER WRITTEN BYA NOTABLEWOMAN j Mrs Sarah Kellogg of Denver Color Bearer of the Womans Relief Corps Bends Thanks to Mrs Pinkhszn The following letter was written by Mrs Kellogg of 1623 Lincoln Ave Denver ColotoMrsPink v ham TjynnMasa Dear Mrs Piakham For five years I was troubled with a tumor which kept lyJw1ngggreat mental depression I was unabto to at tend to house life became a bur 7lostI could not bear to think of an operation and in my distress Itried every remedy readingofthevalueofLydlaEPinklmsms Compound to sick women to give it a trial I felt so discoumagedthat I bad little of recoveryand when I began thoughtItgreat surprise I found that I kept gaining while the tumor lessened In size The Compound continued to build up my general health and the tumor seemed to ba absorbed until in seven months the tumor was entirely goneand Ia wellwoman lam ue so thankful for my recovery that I ask you to publish my letter in newspapers so other women may know of the wonderful curative of Lydia E Pinkhnms Vegetable Compound When women are troubled with irreg ular or painful menstmnatlonweaknessVleucorrhcea displacement or ulceration of the womb that bearingdown feel ing inflammation of the ovaries back ache flatulence general debility led gestion and nervous prostration they should remember there is one tried and true remedy Lydia E Pinkhams Veg etable Compound at once removes such trouble No other medicine in the world has received such widespread and unquali fled medicine has such a record of cures of female troubles Refuse to buy any other medicineMrs invites all sick women to write her for advice She has guided thousands to health Address Lynn Mass Health is too valuable to risk in ex periments with unknown and untried medicines or methods of treatment Remember that it is Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound that is curing druggisttoseUyouanythlngelselnltsplace SICK HEADACHE byCirOmDypeIaIaInITTLE Eating A perfect rem edytorD1amesPILLS Tongue Pain m the Sido TOBPTD UVEE Tnej regulate the Bowels Purely Vegetable SUALLP1LL SMALL BOSE SMALLFRICfc CARTERS Genuine MustBear- Facimito 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YEAR IN ADVANCE Address lilt communications to lUE OUTLOOK IMrintsiusn Co or lo OwlngsilltrSubscribers deciHng change of 4 Milropsshhiild nhvny give previous hddrton when writing- Uorrpspniidems when out of stn tioncrv elmnld mention fact on c I Kepurute slip ofpaper No cntriiiilssion is allowed to flyliody on Fulif criilons- Tnct OUTLOOK is sent one year I for one dollar sir hiontlfs for txty Jntthree inontlm for tlilrtytivc 1 tt jir THURSDAY MAY 25 1JXW ANNOUNCEMENT IFORREPRESENTATIVE j We lire atilifirlyed to announce 5 thns IOyhf Morulund n can Lttitofor ro elect III Reprcsenta 4 tivu litm Haiti und Rowan olin 1 ti MinjiMt to the action of the DPMicratiu party 4 jelire authorized to announce t Wallet Shnrp of Sliarttsburg as n S 1 ouilidiue fur Representative from nth Ptitl Rowan counties subject 1o the action of thu Democratic ft i art iI TniiANN linen IheCliicHKO polyg bmist was found uuiiiy of iiniritir 1 ing one of his wivesund the tteath t penalty was recommended by the jury He surely deserves death tic a murderous monster He evidently recognizeH that he hilll met hie jutt S p dosertB us he does not wiuh U new trial t PIIKSIDKNT KiobEVELT has gone and done it by declaring that he f will buy supplies for the construe Mnn nt tint ljaiiiiuu Cnnal where he J1t van buy them cheapest That itl r nn nn penlilile nlTrini Jo tbeiurilF protected United States tuaniifac t iring iniirustt and their growl a tie imiiidus Thty cant ecc why 4 tin Kilininifitriition they put into porffir due1 give them everything t lias lo glvrt away Muyb eomc tune tlorugh thPe revolts ugaiiifil priitcctivu rapncity the copio wilt tome into their own again =ChicagoIa new t AC littiiuiscs to become more tor iniljibu than exurThe temporizing i cf Uieaiithorilics with law breakers1 is u sitinsibe fur the disorder If 4 iiuy hid nl toe very inception of fJ he rtke bteriiy rlpruslcd the out- I ftige nnlitwund order their task q i vould ltttvelii n inlinitcly lighter 4 JCiwi c probability i thit ttutttte troop will have to be used Uiion t litlmr 3an win if itJ deinunda are I just und it pursues its methods irtllttrinlll within the law 11 Z = Wht it attempts violence it iSI ucd to IlI9IKZ CORRESPONDENCE S CrangaCIty arus Anna Wulton remains ill L G HI don and son Tutnmlc 4 Were in Otringsville Sunday Mrs Win Foudry and mothei Mrs Iittie Eden visited in Bath ciunty taiL wcBfereturninRSutduy Okla iaLikeiifKaflSaBWaP here iiislwtik vibiting his sitter Mrs James Dcnton end other relatives J Mr John Bironetle went lust wrk to be lOt the bidfiile oft her wtaLIter Mrs Tutu Perkins who I p lisa since diedi The farmers are very much be hind with their work owing to so t much rain There iit great deal t of ground here yet lobe broken and planted in corn Very little tobac co has been set yet t4 a t Upper Fl Creok IiI Nell Glover visited relatUec in0rIn48viHeFridi und 1turd1 Josh Owlngp Irwlnt wit Iial I p4 piirtj of frienila to Boston last Week JaB McDonald of Mt Sterling purchined a horde of B W Carter r lor854 Mrs filva Catlettof wihgsville i iaitecl relatives in this vicinity last week J Mrs James Gillon and daughter v11ttngkijMisses Sudic Stout and Mary E X310fer visited the lattera grand i parents Alex Flood find folk ville Sttturtlay and 5untllly1 b4c x s Crooks V Miss Fannie Carter is visiting at t5 lt Lick t = J George Fletcher of Clay City IiI sltingrelatlvea beret 4rMrs Sam Jackson and Mrt Pate y N Good n were in Mt Sterling Satur r day J Miss Ctla McCurty of Oiynipiw f vUited MISs filinuie Sorrell Saturt ot 4 y day otid Sunday i y v MriJoe SHlterfield and Mrs tii John Salterfitsld of Chest nut Grove t isitetiti reSuuduy Mieseg Ethel and May Biirncs j Visited their auntMri J TKjetcb y er nt Clay City tat w t ck Mrs Cola Jnckson and Mta Bra J Me Fowltr of Olytnpla visited thr tE p iwityor Joe Williams Sunday 1 s JE WlUiaiae wife nail lUityh tri Qwingaville and J n Tur c wile aud datightfr of Skit t LiokTvlst cl liciiry JuhiiFon find f Ifo1ut i f j 4 I c 1j r 1 io i j 6 Skr Jo I rit 3 t L i rSprmRtie Ed Taylor sold n mule colt to Mr Ratliir for SO Sirs Cretin harrison of Moore field IB visiting Mrs Joan Chancy W A Boyd and J D Cronch went to Suit Lick Wednesday on business MisaAnnii May MurlinofSharps burg visited Mia Pearl Fleming Saturday and Sunday Mrs Wnller Boyd und Halo son visited tier mnllirr Mrf J A SQlU liars from Tuesday till Thurs day Mieeea Ethi1 and Bertha Wills and Stella Kissk1 of Sloops were guests or Alisa Mamie Turner Sunday Knob Lick Cool weather The oro mines arc running out sonic ore- Farmers are away behind with their work The land is Just getting dry enough to plow Married Thursday Jim Mnnley to Mis Dorn Collins Married Sunday Riley Craig to Miss Nannie Hawkins Born to the wife of JBFS Robin eon a boy i to tho wife of Will S Goodpul tern boy There seems to be on inclination to run a man for Judge nguiiiHt Lane Look out boys there is a negro in the woodpile Licking Union Annie M Hum continues on the sick list- SSIvcu McKinney of Ics Hill same up Thursday Joe Cogswell sod two colts to a Mr McCurty for VJD- J W and A T Ham attended church at Cruigs Saturday and SundayWash Thomas left for Degrnff Mason Co Kansas lust Wednes day to visit his brother and two sons The recent tide in Lickingriver did L good deal of damage to crops that wero planted 1ho farmers will have to Pint over The following wre in Suit Lick Mr Suggs and wife nnd Willie Cogswell Friday Miss Birth John son Wednesday i Alpha B McKin nay and wife Ross Alfrey Levi KashHod Bert Johnson Saturday Slato Valley Sam Shultz and wife visited at Suit Licl Sunday guests of W K Atchison and wife The ruin has stopped and left tho ground very hard The farmers are busy trying to finish pluming and plowing the corn that is up Eph Thompson and wife were at the bedside of Mrs Enoch Sorrell one day lust week Mrs Sorrell thinks she is some better of her ailmentYour scribe went over tho road to SuIt Lick Sunday There is the poorest prospect there for vegetab les nnd corn I ever saw All the In nil ing country around Salt Lick WitS under water for at least ten daysNews was received here Sunday that Mrs Joseph Atchison had tied suddenly in Argentine Kas Mrs Atcbieoua maiden name wasAurora Traylor She was a sister of Win Tray lor of this place Besides her husband and a brother and sister he leaves two children by a former marriage and a host of friendswbo tender their heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved ones May God help them to bear their loss for the Scripture snyelh them God loveth He chastonoth Upper Prickly Ash There was some frost here Sat urday morning May 20th F P Hendrix of East Fork was the ucEt of James Boyd Sunday Ecell3rout of Owingsville visited relatives here one night Inst weekiRobert Btstow nnd wife of Flat Creek vSblted Gran Horseman and wife Sunday Miss Pearl Markland of near Shitrpsburg was in the neighbor hood Sunday Lee Jones of Pleasant Valley was the guest of J W Coylu and family Sunday Miss Mary Snedegar crime Sun day to make her homo with Mrs Nancy StuoU Emmet Park and J D Manley of Salt Lick visited relatives and friends hero Sunday Mrs Anna Hnrrod Sa holding a protracted meeting at Harpers school house this week W J Lawson and daughter of Stepstone took dinner with T J Reid and family Sunday Oicar Chandler anti wife of Bald Eagle spent Sunday with Riley Chandler und family Mrs Sallie Cartraill son Ed aud wife visited B F Piersall and wife near Whit Sulphur lust week Tom Stone and wife of O wings vilPe visited F F racket and fan lly Saturday night and Sunday Tuomus Ryan and wife of Ray nolJsville wero guests of R L Stone and wif Sunday afternoon Almanza Stonehnd wife visited E IY Harmon and wTTe nfar Sun Sunset from Sunday till Tuesday Mrs Martha Allen and Mrs Tom Allen and children of Owingsvilter visited John Allen and family last weekS B Crouvh and wife of Minks Run and Leo crouch und family OfVhlte Oak Ourran Steele and frciiySuodivy j f S k i 7 Q i i t w6oar sffi eSaltLick Miss Emml Mnupin hus been Quito sick Mrs Elllo Wood of Lexington is visiting relatives here Miss Elizabeth Ratliir of Mt Sterling is visiting reluiives here MISJCS Sudic Stunt and Mary Glover of Stepstone spent Sunday in town Mm Howard Camp retnrnedSit urday from an extended visit to Virginia Miss hattie OwingpofMontgoni ery county in visiting her sister Mrs Lawrence White Mrs Ed Staton died MaySlafter a long illness of consumption Bur ial nt Ucdricks Graveyard the following day tarry Wills brought to town n iotfish weighing 14 Ihs Sunday warning 1ho tlsh wrs caught in Licking river at lies Mill The ball team announced for Wednesday May 24 between a St Louis team composed itgirlt and Sal5 Lick team premises to be quite MI eventA will ho given by the Ladics Aid Society lit MEChureh Fiiday evening May 23 Ice cream and strawberries will bfc served sitU everybody is cordially invited Moore Ferry A grout deal of corn will have to bo replanted on account of so much wet weather Harrison Wills caught a 43 lb cattish Saturday night und sold it to some Salt Lick parties Pete Kissick and Joseph Purvis spent Saturday and Sunday with Joseph CruycraTft near Sharpsburg Elder Atkins of near Salt Lick will preach at Hedricks the 4th Sunday in this month at Slaty Poirrtrin the afternoon Thomas Sorrell sold FrankPrath er twenty acres of lund for 350 Sorrell bought of Prather a pair of 4 yearold mules for 250 Misses Maggie Reeves andMamio Estill of near hero have returned from Mcrchead where they have been attending school some time There will bo decoration services at Hedricks cemetery May 30 El tier Raiuey of Salt Lick will be there All are invited to come nnd assist in decorating the graves Died Sunday morning Mrs Ed Staton of near hero She had been very low with consumption for some time She was about 35 years old and leaves a husband and two chill dren to mourn their loss She was laid to rest in Hedricks cemetery Sunday ovening Olympia Born May 20 to Millard Mack nnd wile a girl Burn last week to Charley Cur michael and wife a girl tMrs LenaJackson visited friends at Preston Saturday and Sunday Mra J K Jnckson and son Roy visited relatives in OwingsvilleSun day J H Swnrts came WcdnesdayTo visit hia purentsGcorgcSwinfeiuid wife Clvdo Young and family moved to Yule this week to wake their home J K Jackson has repaired and painted the postotlko and his reel denceIMrs Joe Ray of Stepstone in a guest of her daughter Mrs J W JohnsonBorn May 15 to J W Johnson bornyBeseie Roy Jackson of Louisville came Saturday to visit his parents J K Jackson and wife John Penix and Misses Lizzie and Jessie Swarts visited James Penix and family on Salt Lick Saturday and Sunday Remember the basket meeting conducted by Elder Dawson at the Old Fields graveyard next Sunday All tho men who can are requested- to come and help clean the graves off next Saturday Cralgs Smith Thompson bought a cow of Sam Lathram for 22 Everyone is glad Dr Frank Weils is better and able to go about againF Warren bought a mulo of his son Holt for 100 and sold same a cow for 25 Josh Craig who lisa been working in WestVirginiareturncd home Saturday night Our little town Craigs is very glad to say that one of our ladles won the best premium at the Old Fiddlers Contest in Owingsville Friday night she winning the750 in cash family record and a number of other nice and costly pres ents Roy A T Ham accompanied by his father of Cave Run filled his regular appointment here Saturday nightand Sunday The people of this neighborhood ought to con gratulate themselves again and again upon having secured Bro Hams assistance in tho ministerial work hero the ensuing yeAr Although young in years he is quite an able minister Saturday evening Mrs Ada War ren and Mrs Effie Wells wore in Owlngsvillo shopping and just as they wore coming out of town a negro driving a vicious horse in a cart ran into their buggy throwing them both out and nearly upsetting their buggy Mrs Warren escaped Unhurt but Mrs Wells sustained several slight Mrs Wells lost a nicftplIckttbook containing quite an amount of small change ConsiderahirtvdJ3uBC was douu to ibvir buggy v rf t T iif r i 1L Roynoldsvlllo Mrs Tombstone is sick Lottie May Donaldson hiss the mumpsIMark was at Carliao Monday John Doyle ia building1 a new house for Thomas Everntan V Miss Linda Annie Johnson of Olympia is visiting her aunt Mrs James F Clark Richard Myers and Miss Lillian Alexander of Citrliule visited Mrs Will Moore Sunday James Snedegar sold and deliv ered his crop of tobacco to French at Carlisle at 8 jc per lb Bethel Sunday school convention at Shurpaburg Saturday May 27 Omar Heuiphill had his log bro ken ubovo the ankle last Friday by II horse falling on him while crush cornMrs Perkins died Monday at the home of her son George and trns buried Tuesday ot 2 oclock at Longview Cemetery The Bethel ecbool will give nn entertainment Wednesday night May 24as a closing exorcise of the spring school turin taught by Miss Birdie Berry We see no reason why Stoops should notwithdraw from this con troversy before it is too late since the majority seems against him and then true knighthood would dictate a gallant adieu Some of our fish lovers heard fisi- were being caught in Licking river at Sweet when tho water was up by the loads and hied themselves there at once to find it all a joke the backwater gone and fish too Stoops Farmers were never busier than nowISundayschocHnas been orguniz ed at SpringfieldIMorgan Foley is some better with typhoid fever Tom Warner sold E L Fassett a sow and 8 pigs fur 35 Chug Carr of near Mt Sterling has been with friends here Bigstaff Cockrell will erect a tobacco barn on tbe Stoops farm A camp of Modern Woodmen of America is being organized at Judy Claude Coons of North Middle town visited hero Saturday and SundayTom Richardson has moved his sawmill onto Hughes Atkinsons farm at Flat Creek Prof John E Groves and daugh ter of Mt Sterling were in this vicinityone day last week Crops orbll kinds are growing nicely despite the fact that the ruin made the ground hard James Jones and wife of Bald Eagle visited the fatuity of O B Spratt Saturday and Sunday J H Gilluspio sold to Ernest Gillaspieof Clark county u ten days old Bourbon Chief horse colt orl50 Misses Edna Hamilton and Sinai L Foley i Messrs Sherman Hamil ton Stanley and Smith Trimble were with Miss Kttte Corbeits school of Mt Sterling that spent a days outing on Slate creek Sat urdayThe Senatorial primary passed off quietly rhursday A exceed ingly light vole was polled in Harts precinct C B Ectou the winner carried the precinct by a vote of 23 to 1 Mr Ecton is said to be a gallant gentleman and our people are well pleased with the outcome Stepstone Mrs Gallic Ragan and family spent Sunday with her uncle T J Altxander Richard Wilson and wife spent laet Sunday a week with his broth erinlaw Cbus Ray and wife Walter R Wilson killed a chick en hawk last week that measured 4ft Gin Irom tip to tip of wings Misses Mattie Payne and Lena Parker spent Sunday with Win I3levins and family in Mt Sterl tog Miss Callie Craycraft and cousin Wm Blake of Myers are visiting thuir grandfather P Steele and uncle G W Turley Steve Mockabee fell on his farm Saturday fracturing two Jhlsribs very badly His doctor re ports him resting easy at this writ lag I Silas Powers of Meni fee county who was here for three weeks MaggieHartling Wm Allingfm wife and daugh ter of Thomson were here last Sunday a week visiting hiabroth ersinlaw W A and George Con nero t R P Eldridge who has been in pItaldownhas so fur recovered that he was able to come home Friday W J Lawson and niece Mist May were in attendance at the liar pers schoolhouse meeting Sunday preaeherThey Tbe rain has let up but while we are glad ot it for the time being we all hope that it will corns soon again and not delay its cowing un til the crops are suffering for want of it Mrs Joe Ray returned home from Olympia Saturday where she had been called to the bedside of her daughter Mrs J W Johnson last Monday She reports the mother und child doing well tr z 4ti = r LO Payne nnd sister MrsMary Parker eponi Sunday with Wm Klevin at Alt Sterling where n joint birth day dinner WHi gii n is tho twins Mn Win Bitvino nun Miss Mmtie Payne and IIri y hml everything lit etyle The business moethig that wits called Sunday afternoon after the close of Sundayschool at Corinth schnolhouso resulted in the ap pointment of a building committee to see what steps were necessary In be taken in order to rebuild the Corinth Church Frank Brown wife nnd son at tended church at Howards Mill Sunday there being u large crowd in attendance The preacher Rev Hobbs organized Sundayschool in the afternoon Quito a lot of oir people were in the crowd amongst them Mr Gray Chins Steele and Win Carmichael OLD POINI COUFOKT AND TilE SEA snoituC O route Saturday June 10 1905 12 from Lexing ton Winchester Mt Sterling and Morchead Trains leave Lexing ton 1120 a m and 845 p m Army and naval exercises battle ships und cruisers in Hampton Roads during this period From June 11 to 17 the Atlantic Squadron will attempt the capture of Washington and Baltimore To this end nn attack will be made on Fort Monroe Mine explosions torpedoes bombardments etc will furnish the Pomp und Circum stance ot War Stop over privil ogea will be granted east of Kana- wha Falls on the return trip enab Iling visit to the Famous Virginia Mountain Resorts and other point of interest on tho C O rail way Excursionists may return either via Chnrloitcsville and Stan ton or via Lynchburg and Natural Bridge along the James River Tickets will bo good returning ui til June 24 1905 Engage sleeping car space now Enquire of your agent for full particulars or write H W Fuler General Passenger Agent Washington D C G W Barney District Passenger Agent Lexington Ky yro McINTIREI DENTIST OwlnRSvilloBanking OWINGSVILLE KY THOS J JONES Livery Feed Sale Stablo- OWINGSVILLEKy Headquarters for horse and nnidealers Telephone connection with Preston Statldn 62 50 to California and Re turn from Chicago May 2391011 12 13 29 30 3i and June 1 round trip to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara or Sacramento Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line Through tourist sleepers leave Union Passenger dnilyforDouble berth in tourist sleeping Our all the way costs only 7 and affords a comfortable and economi elll manner ofcrinising the eon tin ent F A Miller General Passen R T Agent Chicago or W S Unwell 881 Broadway New York I SALE OfOldNotes Aa Administratrix of Tfcos W Ewing deceased 1 will on nONDAY JUNE 12 1905 at the Courthouse door in Owings ville sell to tho highest bidder n lot of old notes They may be ex amined at the law office of R Gud gell So- nSallie F Ewing Admx May 25 1905 MEAT l Shop We have purchased the meat shop of Markland Hendrix under Ow ingsville Banking Co and are there at all times to sell you fresh nnc cured meats of all kinds We ku none but firstclass beeves ando r prices are very low MOORE WELLS Owingsville Ky We have just got in a lot of the celebrated Kauffman Moy- erBUGGIES both steel and rubber tire Aisoalineo- fDriving Wagons and Runabouts of the same make There are none made that ride like these buggies and for beauty style and service they head the list Call and see them Estill Honaker CoiMasonic OwingsvillCj Kentucky J r t f r1 f4rrlf S 4 t CALIFORNIADo you want to live where the climate is mild the year round where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold Do ydu want to live in a region where the resources are more varied than in any other equal area in the world where the division of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that will assure you a competence Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure business is good and capital easily finds profitable investmer4tThen go to California where both health and opportunity await your coming The Chicago Union Pacific and t1y NorthWestern Line is the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two j fast through trains daily via this IineLover the famous double track railway between Chicago River Special low roundtrip rates are in effect via this line 2 throughout the summer to various Pacific Coast and v 1 September to make the trip at a minimum of expense Daily and personally conducted excursions are operated through to San Francisco and Portland without change on which a double berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from costs only via the V Chicago tSouthernFILL IN THIS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY 1nrs4- NOTICE O- FELECTION1 Notice is hereby given that I Seth Butts Sheriff of Bath county Kywill by virtue of an order of the Bath County Court entered at its May term 1905 cause1 an elec lion to be held by the opening f a pollat each and nil of the voting places in said Bath county oh Saturday Sept 2 1905 for the piirpoR of taking the sense of the legal voters of said Bath county and the town of Owingsville who are qualified to vote at an election for county offices upon the proposition whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said Bath county and that the provis ions and prohibitions of the local option law the law under which said election is ordered shall apply to all druggists doing business in the said Bath countywhich order is as follows Bath County Court May 15th 1905 The following order wits this day made towit It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the written peti titions presented to this Court by B H Ross and others on the first day of its last term asking this Court and the Judge thereof to order an election to be held in the county of Blith State of Kentucky for the purpose of taking the sense of thb legal voters of said Bath countywho are qualified to vote at an election for county officers upon the proposition whether or not spir ituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in said Bath county Ky with application to idruggistsAnd to the further satisfaction of this Court that said written petitions are signed bys number of legal voters in each pro cinct of said Bath county the territory to be effected equal to and exceeding twentyrive psr cent of preIpreceding general election In said precincts in and for said Bath county And said petitioners bay ing deposited with the Judge of this Court in money such amount as is required by law And It fur ther appearing to the satisfaction of this Court that said petitioners have in all respects complied with the law It is now ordered and adjudged by this Court that an election be held in and for said Bath county in each and every voting place and precinct in said Bath county on the 2d day of September 1905 and Seth Botts the Sheriff of said Bath county is reb1ordered and directed to hold said election Said Sheriff will cause to be opened a poll at each nnd all of the voting places and precincts in said Bath county on said Saturday the 2d day of September 1905 for thin purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters of said Bath county who are qualified to vote at elections for county officers upon the proposition whether or tot spirit ous vinous or milt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned in Bath county and that the provisions arid prohibitions of the local option law ho law under which said election s ordered shall apply to all drug gists doing business jo the said Bath county I WrB KNISKERN PTMCNWRjb1cago1U PltaM mall free to my addrtn California tooMrti as UtI tB fftrttcBlnri coaoralnc rtu and train sinks rw 1h The following list of named persons are hereby appointed as officers in each precinct of Bath county Ky to hold said election And the election officers herebyappointed to hold said election in Owingsville precincts Nos 1 2 and 3 shall also take the vote on same question as eparately submitted and make separate certificated of same show- Ing how the voters of said town voted on said question in said pro cincts Nos I 2 and 3 Said election shall be holden on Saturday September 2d 1905 in all of the voting precincts of Bath countv Onringsville Precinct No 1YIGudpeU clerk J W Barnes sheriff M JOwinglville Robert Bailey judge Joe 1cmal julgeOwingsville Precinct No 3David Williamson clerk Geo T Young sheriff R L Wells judge B il RUBS judgeSharpsburg Precinct No1Hen- ry C Stephens clerk W H Wood sheriff Geo W Hart judge Charles Arnold judge- Sbarpsburg Precinct No 2Ju-F Hurst clerk China Spratt sheriff C A Brown judge Joe Wood judge Bethel Precinct J W Etnmons clerk J no Cllnkenheard sherilTGeo Donaldson judge Granby Hazel rlgg judge South Sherburne Precinct Chas D Newcorob clerk T W DajMjberty sheriff Mat Gudgell judge W E Darnell judge- Wyoming PrecinctC W Tipton clerk J T Atchison sheriff Geo Barnaby judgeJnoTGudgelljudge Forge Hill Precinct J Wallace Wright clerk Lewis Barber sheriff Bud Wright judge Wm Lowry judgeSalt Lick Precinct No IThos sherIfLeety judge Salt Lick Precinct No 2Jeffl Shouse clerk Jno Bassford clerk L F Robbins judge W B Stephens judgeIIMnKinney clerk WealeyAlfrey sher iff John Ham Judge James Lewis judgeWhite Sulphur Precinct Wm Jones clerk Lewis Adams sheriff Wm Clayton judge Toney Crouol judge Preston PreCinctS VJbhasoa clerk Henry Case sheriff Thom Johnson judge James Crooks judge It is also further adjudged that the requisite number of petitioners from each voting place in the town Owingsville having been presented to this Court asking that there be a poll openedat the same voting places in the town of Ow- Ing vill on tbe same day that Is provided in the foregoing order to bold an election lor the purposes as there set out for a separate elec tion on same question aa to whether spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned within the corporate limits of said town of Owingsville Kyand the Court adjudges that a separate vote jo held in the voting precincts of said town at the same time and place and by the same election of fleers named above That said election shall be held by using separate ballots and bal lot boxes from those used in said county election and that said elec lion officers shall count separately and certify the vote taken in the said town separately from the vote in said county ejection And the is directed to open a poll in each and all of the voting places of said town on said date for time purpose of taking tho sense of the legal voters of said jtown who arc qualified to o eat j i J JJ t election for county officers upon the proposition whether or DoC spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loaned In said town It Is further ordered that sup plemental registration will be held in each town the Irpglstratlonon Friday Sept let 1905 This May 15th 190- 5JNOADAUGHEBTYJBC A Copy tJBy T J PETERS D Qf 1 SETH BOTTSSbenff Bath Co j 7 ii PUBLIC SALE l p or Nieho1asCircuItCourtK i rrrri Plart 4 Iagninllt r 1Byorder of sale of the Nichulaa cuit Court rendered at the BC term thereof 1905 in above caus ij for the sum of 2250 with intere at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the 29th dny of September 1903 until paid and 14475 costs herein I shall proceed to offer for 11Iiamsf FRIDAY JDNE9th 1905 l l at 10 oclock a m or thereabouts IrtfJowlngby the Flat Rock Oil Co in operat lug their lease in the Ragland 011 tFields and consisting of a certain rgas engine and a certain power used for the purpose of pumping oil pulley rods tanks succor rod i gas pipe casing for oil and gas wells and a full set of tools with tbe power and pumping plant also the buildings and the material b thereof which cover the aforelali4engine and pumping and other and appurtenance belonging to said plant Tbe aforesaid property will be sold to satisfy judgment in favor of Plaintiff amounting on the day of sale with costrincluded to the sum of 289809 or sufficient there of to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made For the purchase price the pur ejiager with approved surety or sureties must exeCute bond bear ffflag legal interest from the d 10f tIe until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bid fc den will be prepared to comply r fHBolBiesRo8BAtty8 for Plaintiff 1i AUCTIONEER l If you want the services of an ROC i ki4tioneer call on me Terms reasonfable GEORGE H OUDQELL 1fJ- Odessa Ky r BLUE GRASS jJ NurseriesSPRING f r Trees by the million fruit and rshade small fruits grape vines tsbruba asparagus rhubarb and er erythlng ordinarily kept at such an f establishment We aell direct to the planter and have no agents Tree and strawberry catalogues oa application to 11 HF HILLENMFAER SONS Lexington Ky i a- tej1 1 J5fjf