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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f r Jo r I i8Lcr4z i 4 A 1L II I y I Ai 4 41d 4 i p I t r O r4i pf 3r It t K j t 1Ettk l 1 i lcIlI I of gittI1iJtIk 9 t 4t2 4 S f f 2C I j VOL XXVI O t IRSDAY JUNE 15 1905 NOi 4 t i I r Drink Wainscotts Pop i30 youtMrnrThe WhiW sewingmachine is ft as popular as ever Look at Brother 4r Brothers x clothing before you buy f Everything firstclass in hard I ware at Bud Brothers T II jjsold 11 200 lb to G A Peed nt oIG5 cwt Ceo T Young is tho authorized agent of THE OUTLOOK to collect Dr GW Conner makes teeth prom tim cheapest to the best 10 Cluett and E d Wo shirts at Punch tt Graves Mt Sterling Ky Panama hatR 5 750 end 10 at Punch Graves Mt Sterling Ky The latest in John B Stetson it Co hats at Punch Graves Ml Sterling Ky S Get a Mitchell farm wagon of E s L A T Byron and you will al 4 ways be satisfied II L Lane is agent for Wieder tnan bottled beer and Budwoiser bottled and kegIBrother Brother want to sell you your drygopds clothing and ehoes Try them 250 will buy a pair of W L Douglas patent leather shoes ath Brother Brothers WL Douglas 250 3 and Y 350 shoo None better At l Brother de Brothers Childrens slippers all sizes and fcolprs at Pencil k GRAVES Mt Sterling Ky To the big than We havq lothes to fit BBOTDKR ic BBOTOER E L de A T Byron can sell you your binder twine cradles and liar vesting machinery and save youd money To the man who wears a rock coat We have Rot them i come- tJtnd see for yourself BROTUEU di BELOTHEB Go to tbe Racket Store and get flag nf thoie luits for youraelC or boys before they kre all sold t All who have property to tell at public auction call on M D Feris r Uo WILL glieitiactton1 lult int It cHf u aii of SirPcli C s j 3gonl ticintbqy tU1t you have I atbemI Ltk AT BIBOS Henry W Scat t agent for the C rower Litundrj wakes shiproent i4 Wednesdays Save him youc a Siy JOts lihr man we have a suit f clothesIn stuck hat will fit you Try us iiu TUER BttornEn j I The Bents tnbncco setter will pay for Itself Beacon BudBroih tL ir wilt sell you one on easy terms Call on him DrG W Cc nner the dentist lei Odontund r I1ndaUa ajrovedt antesthetlcs for the painless en traction of teeth Henry T Hopkins bouglt three Buck1in mule colt in Kendalls Ih Spring neighborhood for 10 50 and160 r spe v ly The Power Laundry will do your 3iollrs cuffs and shuts better than iI W SCOTT Agent Fishers Little Blue is the only handmade cradle on the market Get one and see results E L A T BtnoN We carry the largest line of la dies shoes and oxfords in Eastern Kentucky Widths AA to E PUNCH fe GRAVES 1 SterlingKy i You do not know what a small AiBOUBt of fuel jt takes to get a aaeal sntll you try a Leader cook stove or range Leave your order j rwlihBud Brother for one c EL 1 A TByrons queens ware Jine is coaplete They have sobargaIns to offer and would rt b pleased to show you their stock 8 e their bargain counter JJ P Scruggs of Bald Eagle old a leealftoWaUerSbarp p tort35 one to F S Allen for f 325d and one to Wea Saunders i for itttfi He h1E two sore for sale th ta ereto iel- utto ae80 and those that have s t theiiLCipawitb AeBetaii to SCc letter have met with bell 4 ieceM You had best figure with feVd Brother for caP wrDAlbextrowlngsor if C F BrowBisg of Sh rp burg leped with lIiH F nnie Wilson r diughterof frask M Wilson of Mt to artsasooth Ohio d was aarrie to he- rr r 1Joi PsINTING KemeBber that 1JiwrLoQ K in prepared to print J terlis ds riotebeadi bill heads jate i BvelopecerdB labels re iRvitstioBS sad ill sort el IHIHSMS stationery oo the bes 1stockiNtasteful style at the urns t reatoaable price Compare our work with that turned out by any joVofke and you will find it to yeur advantage to have us do you perk W sho print posters dodgers V pp11etsV sad every thing usually Y l nwd fHlf1 a cpiB try job pffl ce i We have orn jiaBi for sale ID any deeds aBortgajjes other klaskt LUF i1 jI 41t t i Vb 0 j PERSONAL JJ Clark of Lexington wns in town Friday Rev II A Walton Is In Chicago on business Clydellyron was sIc1Snturdnybii- was t uble to bo up again Sunday Elder Robert Campbell wont to Lancaster Mondny to visit hits fain fly IMiss Mary nridgoforth of Mt WitS here with friends Mon I day Jesse Hnnipton returned Saturday from Winchester and Mrs Hampton Sumlny 1rlss Elizabeth McCreo of Maiden Mo Is the guest of Mrs Henry T HopkinsMiss Elliott left Saturday to visit Miss Clifford liazelrigg at Frankfort MisS Ruth Palmer of near Bethel is visiting her brother Oscar Palmer and family Miss Catherine Rice will return home this week from Science Hill Academy Shcluyvillo ROyse Allen null wife of Millers burg cnnio last week to visit Mrs J B Hughes near town Mrs Sallle Ewing of Cyntbiann camp up Monday on n business trip nnd to visit her friends Mrs W II StrosBinan Jr of Mt atorliiig will arrive next week to visit Mrs James M Ross Misses Lute Sinatlicrs and Pearl Fleming of Springfield were guests of Mr and Mrs J J Mrs T M Perry returned Sunday rum Millersburg accompanied by er father ThoB McClintock Win A Young of Morchcad and Waller Sharp 01 Sbarpsburg were here seeing tbo votorp Monday Eugene Minihan and wife returned Friday from a visit to Covlngtou 2nos Jlrady returned with them Miss Annie Allen has returned train an extended visit to relatives and frjends at Ashland and CaUeUs burgMraA N Crooks and wifip attendee the SluirpsburgI College Commencement exorcises ast week Mrs James M Rosa and little augbter Julia Gardner left Wednes ay ftrMt Sterling to visit relatives and IrlendsVj J Isesblft and Judge John A Diiugherty left Saturday to witnessthe naval maneuvers at Monroe Virginia Mrs R B Brother son Dawson and daughter Ida Belle returned Monday from n visit to Walter liar per and wife of Midway Miss Marguerite flea esof tooreMt Furry wna here Saturdny way to visit the family of tier broth r V tu lictjvcs of Mt SUitfng i III Aister rns Mary Carter of Mt Ster ling left Saturilay to spoi with relatives iu Fleming euiityo Mt Sterling visitors hero Moncuiy were Nelson Trimble Jacob TrumtboAhm McCormick Jack wood R B Crooks Win Cravtns Misses Sadie Mcduinness ofDiin yllle and Bernice Cralti of ilam iligsburg will be guests of MUs ot tie Atchison for tliu hop next week t Misses PatUo Lee Fleming of Flemingsburg Mary Hunter and Evalyu Price of Winchestur will be guests of Miss Mary Gudgell for the hop utxtcek Mike and Jolm Kelly of Lexing oil visited their slstor Mrs JHTaulbee Sunday nod Monday The former will spend some time here and at Olympian Springs for the benefit of lila healthIJonathan M Adams and wfe of Tipton Mo came Monday to spend a few days with relatives MrIAdams Isa son of Mrs Lizzie of Bunstou Mo and a grandson of Jonathan Mnrklaud deceased Ho was born In Bethel thirtysix years ago His parents went Vest while be was nnlnfant and this Is his first return visit Mr and Mrs Adams expect to attend the Confederate re union at Louisville Picnio at Ed Baileys Forgo Hill Saturday June 24 Omar Willsoa bought 42 220lb hogs of Holman Ri eat 475 cwt Elder T W Harrison ofLexing ton Bible College filled his appoint ment at Pleasant Valley Sunday We are sole agents for Stacy Adams fc Cos Walkover shoes FUKCQ I GRAVES Mt Sterling Ky unday s rain made a fine to bacoo season which was taken ad vantage ofnd the transplanting finished where plants could be so cured HKAVT RAINThe rain Sunday was general over the county though heavier in the northwest ern part where considerable dam age was done by washing the plow ed land THE CourEDBkATK REPNION So 0 any from this town and vicinity are going to the Confederate reunion at Louisville this week that we shall not attempt to mention tbem- uottll1ext wee- kPsBTTzaANMuETniaRev J B Meacham pastor of tho Mt Sterling Presbyterian Church wee here 1hut caYoHewiII h ldn rafietiog at thePresbyterian Church here this summer Marvin J Reynolds of Nicholas county and Miss Lillie Jones Reytdenoe of sad by Elder B H Ross Wednesday of last week CHAKOE m CITIZENS BANKJune- l Gayle the Owenton capitalist bought of Cashier A B Slaughter the controlling interest in the Chi zena Bank of Sharpe burg and ap pointed T S Adamsof Lancaster Cashier B T Wright is PreBi dent ancl Waller Sharp Vice Fresh deat of the Bank hMQoti f21ia tQt9 II II 1f up 1 7 1 lVj t 1 BELOW PAuAt a ptiVVMonday a batch of p notes of the face value v jOO withaccumulatedi y T W Ewing were bougl Mark for 7 r To RESTOCK SIATC Citj U S Fish Com go over the Citmlllfionet1 o time in July r p Press Bnrnos een t j meet the carat Preston aj 7 v a lot of black bats min4Vwhich to restock Slate Cj jf SEE TilE INDIANS It U v r dllTorenco whether or noj interested in baseball yo atrord to miss seeing Gr braska Indian BaseballT J will appear nt Salt Lick V 19 at 930 am Seethe Indians play tho natioj The chance may not com 7 STRAYED oit Svotasl rel Gyearold saddle hon 1050 small star in forel top cut closo collar mar hairs some of same fi very round body LiberL lv for return or informatio t to recovery WM ALEX Fart 1VV QUESTION lion was made to the to have tho local Citj submitted to the parate ward of the yUle at the local option T v called for Sept 2 The no deferred till the ne r meeting the first Tuesdu July In caso suchV v were called if any ward the pale of intoxicant L would ho licensed In that f LOCATED AT ASHLAND t0 Phillips of Wyomingfmoved from Flemingeburf i 1 land and is installed in a v Winchester avenue and 1 Dr Phillips was reared hr Wyoming and enjoys tlieftall who know him MS n yo c of fine character Ho bui good practice at Flemings 7 ft n Fleming county lila v he wish and confident ex of his host friends in lhiLr t that he will quickly gain tl lice his qualillcationp entitfj f to DAKCINO CLUKS 11WTIX1o be given by the OvringaviP Dancing Club in Frntwans II Thursday night Juno 22prollisI to eclipse any hop fien trc hi- rlI11 yehlrs baxton b Trost orchestra of Lpxiri ton titn posed ften men have been employed to furnish music Twentyfour nurn iers tire on the program There will be many visitors here and lever luncheon parties will be henI during the midnight intermission Because of the large number of via itore expected spectators and out- ftown visitors must have tickets- or they will be refused admission Dressing rooms for both ladies and gentlemen will be engaged at the Owings House C6unT DAY Owing to tho tobacco season Monday the attendance at the monthly market was not large Trade with the mer chants was fait only The stock market was rather stow There were about 200 cattle mostly a scrubby chary lot which sold low Among tho sales reported were the following mostly by Wm lira vene auctioneer iglaJhead Wm Ellington sold eight litle yearling steers to Riley Chandler at 725 per head VVA Thomas sold a milch cow to J W Call for Si 875 Clell Coyle sold SamShultz three hogs for 16 50 James Porter sold to Lane Bark ley twelve short yaarling heifers at 887j per head Sam Lathram sold two calves to II M Butcher for 2760 W L Whitton sold a cow and calf for 36 50 Wm Warner bought thre little yearling steers at 6 per head James Porter sold forty little readings to Stone k Hamilton at 1195 per head W W Razor sold twelve yearling steers to Minor Newman at 16 per head Dee Shrout bought ten 104lb shoats of Leonard Lewis at 480 hundredW sold a 5vcnrold saddle horse to Thos McClintock for 13250 Thoi McClintock sold a 3yeor old horse for140 John Grechwade sold a 3year old mule to John Carey for 95 W W Rodgers bought a 3year old horse of James Allen Snelling or 11750 and a horse of Jack Owings for 50 Clyde and Robert Peed and Chester Lathram bought four heif er calves for 33 L J Rice sold a 6yearold mule to Thus McClintock for 150 to Wm Hart a 4yearold horse for 120 to Reason of Mt Sterling a pair of 5yearold mules for25I- i 3yearold horse to John House for 125 bought of T S Shrout a 7yearold horse for 75 Lee Goodpaster bought a pair of mules of Fred McCormick of Mont gomery county for 800 Lila Hart bought a pair of mules of David Stamper for 264 Henry T Hopkins bought a suckling mule colt for 45 six cows and pigs at 1250 average VdV W l i r t tI V 4 p r Xi f OJ r tTh- VV I e fV VVVVV IV- VVa1 pV VfV t 1 tSVV j 2 V ViV 1 t 1 VV he ot j4 65IIn Ofl- Ct4 i rsiNGTou FAIr TnoT The Pttkus of the Kentucky Trotting llorsu Breeders Assoclattim fi be contested during its big annual meeting in October over the Lox ingtiin Ky truck have Tilled with the usual largo number of entries over 400 horses being nnaiod tithe 12 races and a repetition tliid jenr of the great annual race incctin 1 whIch has niido Lexington the foremost harness racing point in the world IB practically assured The Kentucky Futurity for 3 yearolds in which the Oral money is 10000 has GO colts nnd Ullies kept eligible 13 of which are in the racing division It is doubtful whether there eer was a choicer lot of threeyearolds gathered to gether Among the most highly tried ones named are lion Voyage Elmford RosaBel Bertha Bennett Flyirigdotte Katherine L The Phanton Silver Wings Libretto Susie N The Bereft and Ozono In tho yearojd division of the Futurity 55 have been kept inmany of which have been very highly tried both yvurlings and early this season The Transylvania for 5000the annual trotting championship race has received 15 subscriptions and us the starters will not be named till Sept llth about three weeks beloro the race it is impossible at this time to give the cowplexion of the Bold although such highclass performers as Sudm Mae John Caldwell Clarila W11ny Earl Barongale and others are fore shadowed by the names of the nominators The Tennessee Stake 3000 for 208 pacers has received 25 nomi nations the largest number in its history The starters in this race will also not be named until Sept llth and the field is necessarily problematical Tho McDowell Stake 3000 for 200 trotters lies received the entries ot 21 trotters promising theI most select field probably that was ever brought together Redlac Angiola Tom Axworthy Maxine Lisonjero Masetto Gee Muscovite John Taylor Direct View and Judge Green all with records of 209 or bettor j Grace Bond Ann conda Bonnie Russell 210 or bet ter Country Jay 210 Zephyr 211 John Caldwell nd Boronllgle 2lli Choir Boy 317 with ure ported trial of 206 make up the sensational field The Walnut Hall Cup 3000for 215 trotter has 48 entries prom- Inent among which are the highly tried performers Alice Edgar Joe sie Benyon Wilteen Swift BJack Wilkee Angle Sister C llette and Choir Boy The Stoll 2000 for 219 trot ters lies 27 entries with Danube Emily Lotcber Clarita W Allie Jay Getaway Harry Simmons and Alice Edgar prominent among the list Tho Johnston 2000 for 224 trotters has 34 entries including Laddie Roesie Ruth C Bi Flora Emma Hoyt Minter Watson and Lady Babbie The SVefrv2000 229 trot has 38 entries with Helen KejFCIarita VV Mr7 die K Luirctia and other Vd 210 trottern Kentucky 2000 for 3 7ld trotters has 159 entrlesin x g all the prominent Futurity r7 jlittep with the iidditiou off krent three jenr old Flying frthy iLcsingten 2000 for 2 ld trotters has 40 entries of which are also in the 21 bid division of tl p Kentucky ftt Such sensational year a8 Lucretia May Brook Si Trivial etc are numbered Jgst tho entries je Wilson 2000 for 220 pa received but 19 entries muny uititors being deterred from en Igon account of the reported jotional trials of green pucers le last fall in public Among m are Cashwood Miss Georgia tor Direct lice Grace Bolivnr Ensign Cassius etc There some dark oneshnwevcramong entries that mny figure at the lof tho summary x ItTTER FUOM PAIU8 FAMOUS s June 1 HI05Denr Editor sh to thank you beaucoup for duringFtny II join her tomorrow and we sail Juno 7th pn the SS Bal v for little old New York where igain hope to hear from our h county friends through the 4mns of TilE OUTLOOK rith your permission I will add W words about the beautiful rations of Paris for the recepi rof the King Alphon XIII pain who arrived here May 30 fis visit 1 have never seen f hing quite so gorgeous mar i of electrical decorations ingfmom housetops win jandUKig piih88liaped into ps o wreafhs of beautiful VrS apd not only the principal va4 l but the petites cross s were remembered well Itj louks a shame to waste so t v on so little i King is nineteen years old Iks to weigh about 110 lbs V a Tvry pleasant face nod bearing of the title beholds believe that the anarchist iv Vhew the bomb at him last Icoiild have dune so had he SSjtt u into iis phasiint and childlike bi manU race On his arrival in Parts he was wet at the depot by the 1resiilent of France escort ed under guard of hundreds of mounted suliiivrs in French uni form which is very pretty tothy different places of interest LnlltI night he wns conducted to theI Grand Opera and a guard of mount ed soldiers formed n line for several blocks in front and Ride tlftheI building I had walked down the Avenue de Opera with two friends from Uv York and was standing on a corner at Place du Theatre Francuis when the royal carriage passed and before it was out of my eight or about one hundred yards away there came an explos lion and blinding lashof light Some person or persons had thrown two bombs one exploding Then hero was a panic people running over each other one horse was killed and muny people injured Fortunately the bomb had fallen behind the carriage and the King was unhurt and probably less frightened than many bystanders I can only speak for ono littloKcn tuckian who I do know felt very much more comfortable whon he reached his room in the Grand Ho tel about five blocks away Now am not going to say how long it takes to make those five blocks for Maud is dead but I will say that Dick Conner could rot have made it quicker- I only wish that I could picture to my trionds and readers of THE OUTLOOK the beauty of the city as it is tonight but that is tar be yond my capacity as a writer but those who have seen or read of the beauty of Paris may have an idea when I say that I doubt if the city has ever looked prettier or been more gorgeously decorated than at present Millions of flags are floating from house tops windows and poles at night the boulevards and ChampsElysocB areahivinginassof people and even a drive in the Bois de Boulogne does not take one from the gorgeous displayand electrical splendor and 1 wish to add here in justico to the French people they are artistic and liberal and whoa it comes to entertaining they are the real thing With the money that they spend hero on de corations for a little entertainment a New Yorker would build a twelve story apartment house or a Ken tuokian would buya bluegrass farm but that is their stock in store and that is what draws the Americans over hero with pockets full of money snd tho Frenchmen say nothing about the women know just how to each the bottom of that pocket But I am straying from my sub ject and taking too much of your valuable space so I will close by saying that I am very happy to assign myself Un de voscompntriotcp ROLLA GREENE TT AUbTIONEER1I- fyou want tho services of an auc tioneer call on mo Terms reasonable GEORGE tJ GUDGELL- v Odessa KyV 33 to Pacific Coast Tickets will bo on sale from Chi cago via the Chicago Union Paci lie nnd North Western Line during the nutnmn months at this low tate Correspondingly low rates from other points Daily und personally conducted excursions in Pullman Tourist sleeping cars through with out change to Sari Francisco Los Angeles and Portland only 70o for double berth Full particulars on application to W B KnUken P I 11 cii N W Ry Chicago SrKciu RooKuTnir ESCUIISIONS ON Ton C OAsbury Park N J National Educational Associa tion Tickets on sale June 29 nnd 30 July 1 and 2 limited to July 10 Rule 2180 Tickets maybe extended to August 31 Baltimore Md Christian En deavor Convention Tickets on sale July 2 3 and 4 with limit of July 15 Rate 15 Tickets may be extended to August 31 Old Point Comfort Va Summer Excursion Tickets on sale July 14 limit 15 day Rate 12 Atlantic City N J Summer Ex cursion Tickets on solo Aug 5 limited to Aug 14 Rate 14 Old Point Comfort Va Summer Excursion Aig 12 limited 15 rfay Rate 12VFor full information regarding above special rates call on or ad dress G W BARNEY Division lassenger Agent- LexlngtooKy THOS J JONES Livery Feed Sale Stable OWINGSVILLE KY Headquarters for horse and niHti dealers Telophono connection with Preston Station WIO cINTIRR DENTIST Over Outlook Office and Owingsvlllo Banking Companys Building- OVINGSVILLE KY BLUE GRASS NurseriesV Trees by tho million fruit and shade small fruits grape vines shrubs asparagus tlmbdrb anti ev ery thing ordinarily kept at sucban establishment We sell direct to the planter anti hove no agents Tree and strawberry catalogues on application to it II F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky 1agazine Newspaper Subscription Agency can get 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 We have just got in a lot of the celebrated Kauffman Mo- yeiJUCCIEk both steel and rubb r tire Alsoalineo- 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 Co Masonic Building Owingsville Kentucky C O RAILWAY Trains 22 and 23 carry Dining service Meals alacarte rIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT 27 1903 TIME OF TRAINS ATPRESTONSTATION Eastbound No 26 954 a m No 22 1249 p m No 24 1005 P ni Westbound No 21648 a m No 23 143 p m N025V 544 p m W NOW IS THE TIME fL JlTo save money on Uugjjv Harness I hare more llarixft atatMiit liar ness than any house lit Eastern Kentucky When you buy llul utew lugg 1 come and see my Harness and I willsave you muuuoyVEveryone knows that my Ky Spring Saddles sire thetsetudiIti fiiitift Thoy riclocusor took better and wear longer hiairany dclJlln l1ttan1 E where Uoino nud see mo and twill save you money v V I am yours for Uio best SIJd1J9 sad HifJir it t EUGENE MINIHAN OwingsviUetVVT ffi RACKET STORE ru J itVisit our store when in town and be convinced that here is the place to trade if you want to save money on each and every article you hpurchase frf VV r r Crank Sitters 12c GranitePrcservingllfUler CO3S25tJ Wood Rim Sieves 8c Tin juke Pans fJC i Mens Linen Coats 35o Quart Tin Cup 8ii 2 dozen Pearl Buttons 5c Comb Cases tin 5J t Largo Hod Hairpins 20cDre89ShieIdP pir 10 Be Shaving Soap 5c Ladies Net Drawer pr 25 2015cJ f IHornessPotato Mashers 2c Ladies rumnuvers5jPatent Iron Handle 5c Ladies Lnte Sty Jcv Heirs 5titStove Lid Lifters 3c Masons Fruit Jars utLoitfM Prko etjJ CASH PAID FOR EGGS a w HEFLiN 1- 1V GO TO WM ATO H 1 S01N S p tiLivery tijv iOWiNQSVlLLE KYvv f r t W1wn yoit ilosirc a livciyteam tHsti fr4class m every resjTOi i3 tt- n t Nri NEW YEHICLES IIQllSEL5- FRESH AND FAST Atchison feeds your horses at reasofuvblb v prices Sales made on eommissjoii All trains met at Preston at low charges rtj WM ATCHISON LIVERYMAN Owingsville Ky r i 1lDealelFuneral Director and Embalmer y Calls promptly obeyed day or night 4- Hj f5 A 1 Seasonable Reastfnafite tiI Goods at Low Prices jYou are invited to call at our store thatyoumVinspect our goodsand get lower prices than any where else in town Come in arid IookWe dont expect you to buy if we dont save you money lflake our store your headquarters when in town Ladies 125 Oxford Shoo SOc Mens 3 COlel Kid Shes 24V Ladies 200 Shoe 149 Mens 15 00 Suits ij9 Ladles 250 Shoe 188 Mens 1260 Suits 78cLadles 125 non oloShoi Silo Melts 1011 Suits GU Ladles 175 Viol Kid Shoe 125 Mena7fiO Suits 49 Ladles 200 VIol Kid Shoe 148 Mens r 00 Suits a4J Ladles 2CO Vlcl Kid Shoe J98 Boys no uitrt- 08c UJe Mens 125 Plow Shoo Boys 2 no iiltK i 2foMens 175 Plow Shoe 121 Itoys Hcl Suuii I IMens 200 Plow Shoe 148 Boys 4 IJIUJT Pants Suits l0V Mens 2 6tI Vlcl Kid Shoo 108 Boys 750 Lung Pants Suite 4US JNO W MARKLAND L- OWINGSVILLE KY By n Special Arrangement you can get The Outlook und The WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL both one year for only 160 r i i t jifll 6 i ti The Outlook and daify ILouisville Post dne year ffor 385VOct The Outlo ks pricesV on Job Work of ev ry kind and see sample jand you will see ye can do better work at lower tprices than you can get elsewhere 4A l i t = VS ji 1 f J I t t rT OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publishers l OWINQSVILLE KENTUCKT tk J THE TREASURE SHIP r I wait through tf1 iay darkheartedd I c homeThatIThrough a long unfurrowed foam To the shores of my boyhoods pleasure And the ultimate Isles of truth pP Where I burled a lordly treasure CZnthe richness of my youth Pat pearls and rubles rapture Amber and spice and gold The cargo of every capture That I made on the seas of old 4 And I sailed away unknowing I would come that way no moreg But my ship shall find It glowing lb In the sand of the secret shore plunderTillWith the wealth of my oldtime wonder And the dream of my old delight flllllneItAnd I harken to hear her hailing i But she comes not back to me slaughterSunkThat sweep the pasts weird water 1 Black buccaneers of time I have seen their flags Illfated I have felt their dark blockade And they knew she was treasure r freighted And they knew what course she laid But still by the slow seas drifting Where the ghostly venture roam I I watch for her topsail lifting home7ranltUUIIi l panion I j Dri and I By liVING BACHEUEB- Aalier ef Eben Holden DimUcf L the Blessed hiss Etc l wt tOctjrUkt UMbr Klhrop FiUlihiaa Compuj CHAPTER XXIV CONTISUED WarIt is forever war said 1Thezise when I told her at dinner There is to be a coachingparty to I Z morrow and we shall miss you cap c tain Can you not soon return said the baroness I I fear not was my answer It Is 4 to be a long campaign Oh the war When will it ever I1 end said Louise sighing a When we are all dead said eISLoulsonSi Of loneliness said the old count with a smile No ot old age said Loulson 2 ulckly Wbenthe army goes into Canada it will go Into trouble said the Cpmte I de Chaumont speaking in French t We shall have to get you out of cap 4 UvItyVcaplaln ae Louise would rescue him said her sister She has influence there Would pay my ransom 1 In I quired turning to her 4 iWIthmy life said she solemnly k lovehath no man than this said the goad Pere Joulln smiling as- 4f the others laughed fr 5tt And none has greater obligation saId Louise blushing with embarrass A est Has be not brought us three 0fl1 otcaptIv3tyr- 1 Wairf I i= tn1un r said notn imj can bring me back unless Ilbe 4I A miracle the baroness prompted 2 f as I paused Yes even a resurrection was my k answer I know what it means for a m a to be captured there these days Louise sat beside me and I saw What others failed to notice her nap Irkinstop quickly on Its way to her lips her hand tighten as it held the white- linen It made me regretful of my s thoughtless answer but oddly happy I for a moment Then they all be I sought me for some adventure of those old days In the army I told them the story of the wasps and when 1 I had finished our baroness told of the trouble it led totheir capture and a f IniprisonmentSIt was very strange said she in conclusion That Englishman grew I kinder every day we were there until d we began to feel at home oThe7 were all mystified but I thought I could understand it We c had a long evening of music and I I bade them all goodby before going to Sbed for they were to be oft early Well the morning came clear and t before I was out of bed I heard the coachhorn the merry laughter of I ladles under my window the prancing hoofs and the crack of the whip as they all went away It surprised me greatly to find Louise at the breakfast table when 1 came bolowstalrs I fshall not try to say how much it pleased me She was gowned in pink d aired rose at her bosom I remember LhIS ac If it were yesterday the bright ness of her big eyes the glow In her cheeks the tweet dignity of her tall fine flgure when she rose and gave me her und I I did feel sorry maX elIe that I could not go but now now I am happy was my remark Oh captain you are very gallant said she as we took seats I was not t In Ute mood for merrymaking and then lam reading a book- A book May its covers bothlgates of happiness I answered ji Kb blen it is a tale of love said shea t Oft man for a woman IInquired c lady that loved two knights aadksew not which the better In It possible and arid reasonable I Inquired In a tale things should to uwel1 as God plans them I QuIte possible said she for in- web a thing ju love who knows what what happen Except he have a wide experience I answered And have Gods eyes said she Let me tell you They were both hand lIS sone brave splendid of course but thtra was a difference the one had a sere perfectbeauty of form and face b the other a nobler soul s Aid which will she favor SI Alas I Save not read and do not bow her enough to Judge was the I A answer but I shall hate her If she 1Ldoe sot take him with the better OHL And why I could hear my heart beating 3c SLove is not love unless it be She paused thinking Dleu from soul toe Bouiihe added feelingly I gbe was looking down a white tap ered finger stirring the red petals of g the rpee Thin she spoke in a low Y jnreei tone that trembled with holy o feeling and cut me like a sword of tbesplritgoingtoltaverybiltlnmy 8fMI1 f HLcnlookstowhatiis noble said ike or it Is valHlt is wicked It falls Jt IUNia a day like the rose 9rat toraj that te ever r rP jJr l rJ a t d0 j f r jt pc a rir Y 4 What If It be hopeless I whis peredAh then It Is very bitter said she her volco diminishing It may kill tho body butbut lovo does not die When It comes There was a breath ol silence that had In it a strange harmony not of this world When It comes I whispered You see the coming of a great king said she looking down thoughtfully her chin upon her hand And all people bow their heads I saidYes she added with a sigh to give their bodies to bo burned If ho ask It The king Is cruel sometimes Dleu said I Ho has runny cap fives She broke a sprig of fern twirling It In her fingers her big eyes looked up at me and saw I know to the bottom of my soul But long live the king said she her lips trembling her cheeks as red as the rose upon her bosom Long live the king I murmured We dared go no farther Sweet phil osopher inspired of Heaven I could not bear the look of her and roso quickly with dim eyes and went out of the open door A revelation had como to me Mere de Dleu how I loved that woman so fashioned In thy image She followed me and laid her hand up on my arm tenderly while I shook with emotion Captain said she in that sweet yoke captain what hav I done It was the first day of tho Indian summer a memorable season that year when according to an old legend tho Great Father sits Idly on the mountaintops and blows the smoke of his long pipe into the valleys In a mol tookIIngfield I gave her my arm and without speaking we walked slowly down a garden path For a time neither broke tho silence- I did not knowI did not know she whispered presently And lmustteU you I said brokenly that Ithat I Hushshsh she whispered her hand over my lips Say no more say no more If It is true sogo quick ly I beg of you There was such a note of pleading in her voice I hear it after all this long time In tho hushed moments of my life night or day Gogo quickly I beg of you Wo were both near breaking down- Vive le roll I whispered taking her hand Ylve le roil she whispered turn- Ing away CHAPTER XXV How empty and weak are my words that try to tell of that day I doubt if there is In them anywhere what may suggest oven feebly the height and depth of that experience or one ray of the light of her face There are the words nearly as we said them there are the sighs the glances the tears but everywhere there Is much I UNROLLED THE TISSUE AS SOON AS I WAS ALONE missingthat fair young face and a thousand things irresistible that drift in with every tide of high feeling Of my history there is not much more to write albeit some say the best is un toldSI had never such a heart of lead as went with me to my work that after noon What became of me I cared not a straw then for I knew my love was hopeless Drl met me as I got off my horse at the harbor His keen eyo saw my trouble quIcklysaw near to the bottom of it Ben hit said he his great hand on my shoulder With trouble I answered Torn me up a little inside Thought so he remarked soberly Judas Priest ye luk es ef a shell ad bustn yer cockpit Ala nuthln spile a man quicker Sheer off a leetle anglt put of range An member Ray dont never give up the ship Thet airs whut Perry tel us I said nothing and walked away but have always remembered his counsel there was so much of his big heart In It The army was to move immediate lyln that foolish campaign of WilMa son that ended with disaster at Chrys lers Farm They were making the boats small craft with oars of which neededtoon the river and Join Hampden whose corps was to march overland to Platts burg at some point on the north shore Word came while I was away that enemyhadas if our plan had leaked as if In deed there were good chance of our being blown out of water the first day of our Journey So before the army started I was to take Dri and eleven others with four boats and go down toreconnoitreWe before sundown that day and as dark came were passing the southwest corner of Wolf island I was leading the little fleet and got ashore intending to creep along the edge and rejoin them at the foot of the Island I had a cowbell muted with cork and was to clang it for a signal in case of need Well I was a bit more reckless that night than ever I had been Before I had gone twenty rods I warned them to flee and leave me I heard a move In the brush and was backing off when a light flashed on me and I felt the touch of a bayo net Then quickly I saw there was no help for me and gave the signal for goingtosaber could serve me wellbut heavens I it was no magic wand such as one may read in the storybooks I knew then it would serve me best in the scabbard l1ghtlng1n theyhadthe morning they let me send a note barelytwodavs L 1 JK iL IV r rt pr2 t1 t1ry td week f r to be tried for a spy au the end of it all Suddenly a 1iJiU when my Lops were gone I heard tho voice of his lordship in tho little corridor A keep er camo with him to the door of my cell and opened it The doctor said he Well well old fellow said Ron ley clapping me on the shoulder you are Ill I hear Really I do not wish to alarm you I said smiling butbut It does look seriousHo me to show my tongue and I did so- Cheer up said he presently I havo brought you this pill It is an excellent remedy Ho had taken from his pocket a brown pill of tho size of a large pea and sat rolling It In his palm Had ho brought me poison I suppose It is better than Ho shot a glance at mo as to command silence then he put the pill in my palm I saw It was of brown tissue rolled tightly Dont take it now said he too soon after breakfast Walt half nn hour A cup of water he added turn Ing to the guard who left us a moment lie leaned to my car and whis pered Remember said he 2 is n and 3 is b and so on Be careful until tho guard changes He handed me a small watch as he was leaving- It may be good company ho re markedI the tissue as soon as I was alone It was covered with these figures 2124613236 211615108921 461313 5161619 3215131G41265 1310721 20142 1313 24191551G24 1015 416191910 51619 32412 21162421313 816 19 108921 2116 191625 136721 200 1724620 2116 172219 136721 21 16 191023619 19108921 2124615 2126 2116 21910412621 I made out the reading shortly as followsTwelve tonight cell door unlocked Lift small window In corridor Back to wall go right to road Left two hundred paces to path Left to river Right twenty to thicket Having read the figures I rolled the tissue firmly and hid it in my ear It was a day of some excitement I remember for that very afternoon I was condemned to death A priest having heard of my plight came that even lug and offered me the good ministry of tho church The words tho face of that simple man filled mc with a deep tenderness for all who seek In the shcdows of this world with the lantern of Gods mercy Never so long as I live shall an ill word of them go un rebuked in my hearing Ho left me at 1030 and as he went away my Jail er banged tho iron door without lock ing it Then I lay down there In the dark and began to tell off the time by my heartbeats allowing fortyfive hun dred to the hour and was not far wrong I thought much of his lord ship as I waited To him I had been of some service but surely not enough to explain this tender regard Involving as it must have done bribery and no small degree of peril to himself My counting over I tried the door which swung easUy as I put my hand upon it The little corridor was dark and I could hear no sound save tho snoring oa drunken soldier committed that day of fighting as the turnkey had told me I found tho small window and slid the sash and let my boots fall to the ground then climbing through and dropping on them It was a dark night but I was not long in reaching the road and pacing my way to the path and river His lordship and a boatman lay In the thicket waiting for me This way the former whispered taking my arm and leading me to the mouth of a little brook where a boat was tied the bottom muffled with blankets I took the stern seat his lordship the bow and we pushed off The boatman a big husky fellow had been rowing a long hour when we put Into a cove under the high shore of an island I could see a moving glow back in the bushes It swung slowly like a pendulum of light with a mighty flit and tumble of shadows Wo tied our boat climbed the shore and made slowly for the light Nearing it his lordship whistled twice and got an swer The lantern was now still it lighted the side of a soldier In high boots and suddenly I saw It was DrL I caught his hand raising it to my lips We could not speak either of us He stepped aside lifting tho lantern God l there stood Louise She was all In black her head bent for wardDear love I cried grasping her hands why why have you come hereShe turned her face away and spoke slowly her voice trembling with emo tionTo give my body to be burned said she I turned lifting my arm to smite the man who had brought me there but 101 some stronger hand had struck him some wonderworking power ot- a kind that removes mountains Lord Rcnley was wiping his eyes I cannot do this thing said he In a broken voice I cannot do this thing Take her and go Dri had turned away to hide his feelingsSTake them to your boat said his lordshipWalt a minute said Dri fixing his lantern Judas Priest I aint got no strenth I m all tore t shoestrings- I took her arm and we followed Dri to the landing Lord Ronley coming with us Goodby said he leaning to push us off I am a better man for know- Ing you Dear girl you have put nil the evil out of me He held a moment to the boat tak- Ing my hand as I came by him Bell said he henceforward may there be peace between you and nTe And between your country and mine I answered Ah thank God the war was soon over arid ever since there has been peace between the two great peoples I rejoice that even we old men have washed our hearts of bitterness and that the young have now more sense of brotherhoodTo Continued Tighter Than Skin Tight At one time in his career Senator Blackburn of Kentucky was rather a dandy In his way While so afflicted he ordered a pair of trousers from his tailor and he expressly stipulated that they were to be skin tight The trOu- sers came home and the senator tried them on Ho went right to the tailor and opened fire on him What In the name of everything unprintable do you mean by sending me trousers like that he shouted Why you said to mak them skin tight said the tailor Skin tight yelled the senator Yes by this and that I said skin tight I wanted them merelyjkln tight I can sit down In my and 1 cant In these Chicago Chronicle 1IT 11StiJ A w 3 I ISAAt i ISHM OUR BIBLE ST Highway and Byv A Vision ntween the Inspired W Copyright IftKsbj Scripture AuthoritySS- called the name of his t unto him whom Sarah u And the child growl and Abraham maJa a srcl day that Isaac was wcs aw tho son of 1Ia tlan which she had mocking Wherefore shel ham Cast out this bond son for the son of this b sot bo heir with my aon And the thIng was very g hams sight because of his Ml icqs5 liE lau mor out tlo j timtendj t be 1 talk Play dnrll Tl1 react 7 1 3of a cd inj some little distance Ing her position uneasllyj tho harmony and Joy In ttt had struck a discord In hi sighed and muttered to he And now what of lath V V Whats that mother spoko up a boy who was tI some boyish contrivance C door but who at tho s mothers sigh and ha words dropped his work up at her Inquiringly Dtmy namo The woman started when suddenly made co V the inward emotions hajj trayed Instanly his sym ture was aroused and spr ly to his feet ho wont f mother and throwing hi feet and looking up Into asked again moro inslstc What is it mother The relationship betwe 1 was peculiarly close and largely to tho clrcumstanc ing the lives of both Tl j t vice of her mistress Sa15 recompense in tho Joy ol Y of the son into her life Tc tlently endured and lav fectlon upon tho boy who coveted and then spume of the boys impulslvi tappealing look his tone A quite overcamo her nr + Into tearsIDont mother dont t boy In great distress V v same time he caressed What Is troubling you A little goo at the tei4 ithem and they both locj fa sturdy boy of betweeSyears of ago camo todIcaught sight of Ishmael gleeful shout and cam wards him with outstretched htA smile lit up the troubled face ot the older boy and for the instant forget ting the distress of his mother he stooped to take the baby and have ifrolic with him as was his wont for ever since the coming of little Isaac Ishmael had been his loyal admirer and faithful guardian and playfellow but as he stooped down his eye fell upon the face of his mother who with dark almost evil look was taking In the whole scene Quickly checking him self ho turned toward his mother and studied the telltale emotldaqwhich were playing across her faceh1l the disappointed baby tugged at hiS tunic and whined Impatiently Ish mael had never before seen such looks upon his mothers face but that they were in some way connected with the little fellow who had so unexpectedly broken In upon them he Instinctively felt At that Instant a shadow fell across the doorway and the form of a woman appeared Her quick eye took In the tableau before her The strained drawn hard look on the face of the Egyptian mother ths puzzled troubled expression in Ishmaels face and the impatient wall of her little son as he tugged sturdily at the older boys gar ments and sought to obtain the accus tomed attention which was for some reason he could not understand being withheldAhhere you areyou little runaway Come see what mother has for you holding up a new garment of rich color Ing and finest texture which the proud mother was preparing for the great festal occasion which was to mark the weaning of the boy and his formal recognition as the sole heir of Abrahams possessions and position At the sound of Sarahs voice Hagar looked up with a startled and guilty expression and trying to smile she bowed low and then spreading a rug at Sarahs feet she said with an effort at composure Will no my mistress be seated Not this morning Hagar there is so much to do in preparation for Isaacs feast which my hands alone must do that I cannot and with a pretense of tot having noticed the Jealousy and un happiness of the other woman ahe picked up her baby and hastened from the tent Hagar who had risen when her mis tress had entered now paced the floor of her tent In great agitation and the boy followed her movements in silence the meanwhile pondering over the circumstances of the morning Suddenly the mother stopped in front of him and exclaimed fiercely almost Incoher entlyThe new garment the great feast Do you not know what that means for you Oh Isbmael And again sobs and tears broke forth cutting short the mothers words But what of it mother stammered the boy in a dazed sort of way The failure of the boy to appreciate the situation seemed to exasperate the mother and she exclaimed passion atelyWhat of It Cannot you understand that you have no part or lot with Isaac As son of Abraham thou art not to I Artificial Milk A process has recently been patented in Canada for the manufacture of milk powder which consists of mixing with milk a sufficient quantity of milk salts to render the albumen soluble such as one per cent of nitrate of calcium and phosphate of potassium The milk Is then evaporated and non crystalline sugar is added in propor tion of about one to two per cent of the weight of the milk in order to pro vent decomposition sMiJ ti LJ eSS i5 SS 4 4S 4 s 1 SSSSSS St t 4 5S r Si i t 4 ir 4 SSS 55J Ss SSL55 SS 4 f Ir F t r 1 5S r SS h 4 4 5 r 5S I SP fs flXfi 5pStI j s 2 i i i I y r 4 f smeof slipped away and starteor oSci towards home The next mornng he lingered on the outskirts of the tented area for he dared not make his presence known As he lay hidden In tho bushes near enough to see and lear he watched the guests arrive aqd listened to the busy hum of voices as the visiting and merrymaking wer l on He saw the gifts as they were borne to Sarahs tent to be presented to little Isaac and later he saw the latter in his gorgeous robes such as the heir is accustomed to wear on such occasions be ing borne aloft while the assembled guests bowed before him and then with loud acclaim proclaimed him Abrahams heir and wished him long life and prosperity and power Then came the feasting and Ishmael who had eaten nothing since the night before found his hunger overcoming his fears and leaving his hiding place he crept In to where some of the servants were feast ing and making merry Gladly they made place for him for the boy was a general favorite with them and while they cast knowing glances at each other they plied him with questions as to where he had been and why he was not sharing in the festivities With a sneer in the direction of Isaac and a shrug of the shoulders Ishmael snarledWhy should all be given to Isaac Am I not Abrahams son The boy Is right chuckled one dark visaged fellow by way of encouragement and then noting the responsive nods on every side and the brightening of Ishmaels countenance he continued Heres to Ishmael Abrahams heir The spirit of reckess fun then seized the rest of the group One fellow threw over Ishmaels shoulders In lieu of the robes of the heir one of the brilliant rugs lying on the ground and all bowed be fore him in mock solemnity The com motion drew the attention of the rest of the company and Sarah beholding took In the situation at a glance while the guests thinking it only some merry frolic of the servants turned again to their feasting and chatter But not so Sarah and after the guests had all departed and she and Abraham were alone her pentup feelings burst forthCast out this bondwoman and her sODshe fiercely and abruptly exclaimed For the son of this bondwom an shall not be heir with my son even with Isaac In bewildered surprise and sorrow Abraham by questioning learned of the incidents of the afternoon but the harsh measures which his wife proposed seemed very grievous unto him for he loved Ishmael but natural affection often brings one at cross purposes with faith and the plans of God Abraham bowed his head in grief and spake not Cast out this bondwoman and her son again demanded Sarah for he shall not be heir with my son oven with IsaacAnd Abraham the father of Ishmael the son of the bondwoman and the fa ther of Isaac the son of promise strode out Into the night in silence to fight out the Issue alone with God Bird Mason Among the birds of the western hemisphere the best mason Is a potter as well This is the oven bird of the pampas in South America It Is called the casara or housebullder by tho Spaniards The nest Is made of mud and bits of straw practically the same as the material used for most buildings In Mexico The walls are very thick and there Isa partition wall inside reaching so high aa to form an antechamber 55k i t e Commonwealth I RACE MEETING- rge Entry List For Kentucky Trot ting Horse Breeders Association Lexington Ky Juno 12 Secretary race Wilson reports the unusually rge number of 409 entries in the mo closing stakes of tho Kentucky rotting Horse Breeders association be contested during the October F o meeting Sixtysix thresyear Is havo qualified for the rich Ken ky Futurity and 55 twoyearolds iy In the twoyearold division Tho k l subscrlp1S s trotters ever brought together ntyono winners 11 of them with ords better than 209 make up the I Grace Bond the 1904 Futurity ner Tom Axworthy Llsonjero v ntry Jay and Choir Boy all with gns on tho worlds record are en tci FOR BACK TAXES 1 Has Been Flied Against the Northwestern Mutual Life 12AttorneyleralHager against the Northwestern ual Life insurance Of for a total 7030 with Interest for several Jrs on part of it The petition al s that the company failed to list ts annual reports all the premiums ected by it in Kentucky and on tell premiums a 2 per cent tax Is ulrcd to be paid Into tho state treas rho specific amounts sued for ias follows 1139 with Interest in August 1900 1307 with inter from 1901 1179 with Interest m 1902 i740 with Interest from 1664 with Int rest from 1904 1RIVALS FIGHT e Shot In the Back and the Other- Gave Himself Up- Bedford Ky June 12Lylnc on the und In the throes of death with nes Shoots standing over him bklng revolver in hand pretty Mary iglo found John Murphy near tho r of her fathers house The trag vwhlch has nearly driven the girl 17 insane was caused by rivalry tort hand Both called at the house- the evening but the girl encour the attentions of neither Short lit they engaged In a fight with result Shoots surrendered officers jWas Willing To Die Jeuisvllle Ky June 12Miss Sa k Jennings 18 who was clven a dl ma by special dispensation of the ulsville board of school trustees ed of tuberculosis When Prof Wi Bartholomew called at her home 117 Hancock street and presented ier diploma Miss Jennings said I jm willing to die noV A 3000000 Coal Deal I Mt Sterling Ky June lZJIhe North American Co of New York closed the deal for 70000 acres of coal lasis near Paducah James Gardner of New York Is president of the company with Charles Buckner superintendent The price paid was Ii000 PierponMorgan Is in In the dealSSlow In Kentucky Lexington Ky June 12Oil devel opment Is not so brisk in Kentucky Just now as It has been owing no doubt to the low prices being paid Probably the field most active at this time is that in Wolfe county Here several fine wells have been brought In Girls Found His Body Louisville Ky June 12owen Moore a farmer of Hancock county Kentucky while driving home from Hawesvllle fell from his wagon and broke his neck His body was found by two little girls who were returning home from Sundayschool Bound For Louisville Dallas Tex June 12camp Sterl- Ing Price the largest organized body of Confederate veterans In the world has started to the general reunion at Louisville In two special trains tak ing several hundred veterans from Dallas and vicinity Woman Burned To a Crisp Louisville Ky June 12MrsAda Miller 54 years old who lived In The Cabbage Patch a part ot tho city made famous by Mrs ReganRices novel was burned to death She was found by her daughter in an outhouse burned to a crisp Died Suddenly Newport Ky June 12John Fink 52 a widower residing at 412 West Twelfth street died suddenly at his home He was enjoying good health and after eating his dinner lay down daughterNewport Veteran Dies Newport Ky June 12Tohn King 68 for over 50 years a resident of this city and the father of Fireman Thos King and Pilot Barney King is dead OLDWORLD ODDITIES Marcello a Manx pedestrian won a novel wager at Yarmouth England recently He was to walk 5000 miles and be married in 200 days and he accomplished the feat It is stated by the London Express that a welleducated Parisian named Georges Teyron earns a comfortable livelihood by figuring as the fourteenth guest at dinner parties which other wise would bo attended only by 13 per sonsSienna Italy Is famous for the large hats of Its women and the long boras of Its cattle The hats which we know In America as Leghorn nats area peculiar product of Sienna although they are known abroad by the name of the city from which they are ex portedIThe town of Cardiff Wales recent ly was attacked by millions of for eign files brought by a south wind Such was the severity of their sting especially along the water front that the docks were deserted and all people who could shut themselves within doors did so China has recently issued an edict prohibiting except in the treaty ports the sale of metalrimmed spectacles Tan shoes are also tabooed and any one dealing in them renders himself liable to decapitation The latter drastic regulation Is due to the fact that yellow is there the imperial color to be worn by none save members of the royal familySI rQ J J1IllB OF MEBBIMENT I Mrs Waunta C yneThe parrot CoyneYesbut attendLhcshe No she cant talk very well yet with her new set of false teeth No said Mrs Housekeep my outhunting huntIngopen Growell In cheap restaurant Here waiter Are these mutton or pork chops Walter Cant you tell by the taste No Then what difference does It make what they are MenagerieAreand other animals Applicant for JobYesslr Been used to orses all my life What steps would you take If a lion got loose Good long uns mister All the room In a sleeping car ap pears to be used for the passengers said the Inquisitive old gentleman to the Pullman porter Where are your quarters Well suh was the an swer Ah totes em In a suit case till we comes to de end ob de trip an den Ah Invests em In real estate Mrs MudgeI do admire the women you draw Mr Penlnk They are so beautiful and so refined Tell me who Is your model Mrs Mudge rises in Mrs Penlnks opinion Penlnk Oh my wife always sits for me Mrs Mudge with great surprlseYou dont say so Well I think youre one of the cleverest men I know Mrs Penlnks opinion of Mrs Mudge falls below zeroSTHE LITERARY FIELD Mrs Ogden Goelet has had made at an enormous expense an edition de luxe of the manuscript of Hyperion The edition is limited to one copy and that copy will be placed in her library Miss Ethel Bret Harte daughter of the famous writer of early California life will devote herself to concert work because her fathers estate at his death was too small to support his familyA publisher received the manuscript of a novel written from beginning to end in verse Curious he read It and found It not at all a bad story so good Indeed that he Is willing to print it if the author will translate it Into English prose AE Houseman professor of Latin In the University college London Is a writer of verses which have won praise from able critics He consistent ly refuses to accept pay for his work An American magazine recently print ed fragments from a book he printed and sent him a check which was returned with thanks Marie Corelll seems to find some thing amiss at home She has no ticed that among the English upper classes there has been growing of latt- years a disregard for all that is truly- sincere and honorable and a callous frivolity to take Its place She fur their laments tho disappearance of the sterling virtues of mental and moral stability and weight which were once the Englishmans pride- A 11Irnllur If 1 t I voyage Is a real relief Thats so the last one I was on I was relieved of my dinner In less that an hour of sailing Houston Post Anything for Peace Irritated Wife giving him a shake John I wish you wouldnt snore so Partially Awakened Husband AH ri Mrla Ill snore any way l want me to Chicago Tribune nnpTfinNAMto MB BAY880K 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hands of a com power over railway rates now tI far in the United States than Imissionother country because such would result in litigation and inevitably tend to reduction in rates irre 1spective of the question of tho ability a to stand the reduction especially In view of tho Increased cost Theyk1 being given to the present InterState Commission because the proposed leg i islation Is not in harmony with our 4 1 idea of American jurisprudence Inas l much as it contemplates that a single it fbodyshall have the right to investi p 4 indict try condemn and then a 11fcenforce its decisions at tho cost of tho icarriers pending appeal which Is 1 manifestly inequitable 41 The conductors base their demand 1 for only such legislation If any as 11would secure and Insure justice and and preserve equal rights to all jpartiesconcerned on the ground that cost of transportation Is theI r result of the efficiency of American s railway management and operation which have built up the country t t through constant improvement and de t velopment of territory while at the i samo time recognition has been given to the value of Intelligence among em NLploycs in contrast to foreign methods where high freight rates and lowest wages to employes obtain Ii In pressing their claim against legis t 7 Llation adverse to their interests they I 3 point out the fact that tho freight rates of this country average only two a per cent of the cost of articles to the fJ Q consumer thus making the freight rate so Insignificant a factor in the tI selling price that numerous standard 1 articles are sold at the same price In i 4 a llts of the country 7 t RECENTLY RELATED Inr a recent article on Americans an English writer gives the following as a ti characteristic American afterdinner 1r5 story its subject being a politician in ifJ bathing All at once a shark a man of t cater was coming the other way and swam up squarely in front of him v They eyed each other for a moment a spedfj1b Locker Sampson whose name Is In separably connected with the Rowfant r1 library now awaiting some ruch cus 5 i tomer on the shelves of a New York r 1 I book house once complained tc Bed I ford the famous bookbinder that one a pf his recently bound treasures cock jL Jed that is to say opened of its own accord Hertford scrutinizing first the book and then the owner said with great severity Youve been reading a Itft i s 71s4Fz 5fl Englishman in Canada writes tS home in considerable excitement as follows The majority of Canadians qf never read an English paper of any 4kind whatever all their literature is J American All the booksellers shops J are filled with American books Amer lean reviews American papers And 1 with what result There can be only ono resultsCanadians will thinkk is Amerlcanly Gen Miles has a story Of a corporal in a regiment under his command in- the old Indian fighting days This corporal was much chaffed by his corn- rades for his oftrepeated expressions I of belief in fatality and destiny One day it appears that the corporal iwhile off duty was preparing to take a little horseback exercise and recrea is tion A private observed that the cor poral took care to attach a brace of pistols to his saddle Hello shout- ede the private to the corporal what are you taking the guns fort They rJ rwont save you if your time has come- S True for you grimly responded the corporal but I may happen to meet an Apache whose last day has come FV TALES OF THE TOTS r iSay papa queried little Harold L looking up from his book do they plant bird seed when they want to raise sparrow grass y Littler Elsies father was a very hQmely man One day after looking at him steadily for some Ume Elsie saidV J Mamma didnt they have any good looking men Jn stock When you went t- shopping for a husband t The Bible says there will be no iI marrying In Heaven said small Har ry I wonder it that is true Of course it la replied his little sister How could the women marry Vwhen there are no men in the placei j Small Bobby had just returned from an afternoon childrens party F VVhat kind of refreshments did you E Vhave asked his motherV LlQuldanswered Bobby Liquid she exclaimed in surprise r Yes maam replied the son of his- father Us boys all ran away from the girls and went swimming l Two little girls became Involved In 2 a quarrel the other day which cul vt minated in physical violence One cf daughtercphasize the enormity of her offense VVthe mother BlldIts the devil who r tells you to do such naughty things Isv The little girl replied between sobs He may have told me to pull ner hairs f 4 but Ithought of kicking her shins alt Vi a by myself e L Wireless Mystery i I cant understand about this wire- Sy less telegraphy said Mrs Wunder i hrc Why its plain as daysal1 Mr Wunder They just send the messages st through the air instead ofover wires I know that said she but bow do k they fasten the air to the p lesTitBits 4 c They All AreVThis show is said to be the best on i earthVa4 Said tobe eh Hy whomft Why eLth presS agent I sposf Chicau Sun 4tJ 5ISr e SS Jr f n WORLDS NEWS IN CONDENSED FORM Pithy and Pointed Paragraphs of Recent Interesting Happenings i EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD The Doings of the Government Of ficials Crimea and Casualties and Other Notes of General Interest War News In Brief Tho czar has at last been ncard from at Washington and the result Is not unfavorable to peace In his recent audience with Mr Meyer the Ameri can ambassador the czar Intimated a willingness to take under advisement the subject of peace and expressed a warm appreciation of tho friendly words of Mr Meyer speaking as the personal envoy of tho president The reception of Mr Meyer was charac terized by the greatest cordiality and friendlinessAn note the text of which by authority of the president was made public at the white house by Secretary Loeb has been forwarded to the governments of Russia and Japan by President Roosevelt In the in terest of humanity the president urges the warring nations to conclude peace It Is suggested by the president that the negotiations for peace be conduct ed directly and exclusively between the belligerent nations President Roosevelt was confident that the result of the International negotiations for peace In the far east had been suc cessful and that the final blow in the RussoJapanese war had been struck It is asserted in political circles In Rome that the Italian government has added Its efforts to those of tho United States in offering good offices to Rus sia with a view of peace Rr Adm Enquist at Manila with tho Russian disabled warships re ceived a cable from the czar ordering him to remain there at the disposi tion of the American government The AllRussian Zemstov congress has sent an address to the czar de manding In no uncertain tone the Im mediate convocation of a national as sembly to pass upon the question of peace or war to heal Internal strife and to unite tho people for the re juvenation of Russia A press correspondent Is Informed that reports have been received at army headquarters from Vladivostok Indicating that the naval defeat was due largely to lack of leadership aft er Rojestvensky was wounded Miscellaneous News Items The storthing declared the union between Norway and Sweden under one king to be dissolved and that the king has ceased to act as king of Norway The storthing further empowered the present state council to act as a gov ernment of Norway until further no tice and to exercise the power here tofore appertaining to the king King Oscar recorded a decided protest against the method and action of NorI wayIt Is reported that the Norwegian government in view of iCing Oscars apparently definite refusal to consider the offer of the storthing to place a prince of the house of Bernadotte on the throne has privately approached the Danish royal family to ascertain If an offer ot the throne would be receiv ed y a member of It preferably Prince Charles son of Crown Prince Frederick The general opinion ex pressed In Copenhagen Is that such an offer would be refused All hope that King Oscar or Crown Prince Gustav will yield to the request of the Norwegian storthing to place a prince of the house of Berna dotte on the throne of Norway has now disappeared according to a high authority The Danish royal family has also set the stamp of disapproval en the acceptance of the throne by a Danish prince Premier Ramstcdt in an interview says the Swedish government will refuse to recognize the revolution in Norway and will submit to the riks dag motions conformable to this stand pointThe situation in Sweden and Norway Is attracting much Interest In Austria and Hungary This is especially true of Budapest where the condition of Norway and Sweden and of Austria and Hungary are compared Philadelphia mayors shakeup in the departments has extended to the police force Twentyfive policemen faced the police board of inquiry to answer various charges of dereliction of dutyCol William H Chesebrough died at his residence in London of peritonitis after a two weeks Illness Col Chesebrough was a civil war veteran and was on the staff of Gen RCSchanck In the case of GA Niickles agalntr J F Hooper from Marshall county Alabama the supreme court of Ala bama held that transactions in cotton futures is not gambling but is a legit imate business Martial law has been declared in Brivan where a Mussulman mob fired oh Armenians in a bazaar killing and wounding over 20 The fighting was continuedJohn a negro was hanged Bt Desarc Ark for the murder of Webster Southerland a timekeeper on the Searcy Ic Desarc road near De Sam November 5 last Berlah Wilkins editor and publisher ot the Washington Post and for merly representative in congress from Ohio died suddenly of heart failure at his residence in Washington Charles McGInty a wifebeater received 20 lashes on the bare back at Portland Ore being the first sufferer under the new state law The lashing was performed by tho county jailer Senator J P Dollfver of Iowa un derwent an operation for an affection of the ducts in the upper part ot the nose and above the right eye the re suIt of a cold It was entirely success fulEstablishing a new high record per square foot for New York real estate more than 598 the property at the southeast corner of Wall street and Broadwey opposite Trinity church an old fourstory brick building on a lot 30 feet in Broadway by 39 feet in Wall street was sold for 700000 Charles A Bailey 50 prominent res- Ident of Berkeley Cal was killed by falling from the precipice of El Capl tan a distance of 1500 feet Four men of a Grand Trunk con struction train were killed near Pa wamo Mich when their train was wrecked by running Into a washout r rZV Jr i fllan 1t r t t Crown Prince Frederick WIHIal and Duchess Cecilia of Mecklenbu Schwerin were married in the pain chapel Berlin and batteries in Derl and in every garrison town in Pruss and In every sea of which the Germ warships floated began firing a 21 gtj salute at tho same moment In chapel one of the most distinguish assemblages that could be gathered Europe saw the simple wedding set Ice of the Lutheran church Incident to the wedding of tho crov prince and Duchess Cecilia of Me lenburgSchwerln Emperor Willis has created Chancellor Von Btiolow princeForeign Minister Delcasse has signed and his resignation has b accepted Premier Rouvler will i sume temporarily the portfolio of i Ister of foreign affairs The real tlon of M Delcasse Is duo to tho ure of tho French policy in Morocco Gen Caprlano Castro was recle as president of Venezuela Gens mez and Velutlnt were reelected first and second vice presidents spectivelyVThe Daughters of the American I olutlon at a meeting of the comml on the continental hall voted un mously to continue the work on t 4 building in Washington Number 1 passenger train on Wisconsin Central westbound pit ed into the Red Cedar river from high steel bridge one mllo west of fax Wis Engineer George Phllllj Fireman Severans and five tramps were riding on the blind baggage are missing and are believed to drownedVTwentytwo guests of a NashvI hotel were taken suddenly ill sho after dinner Ice cream was seri j at the meal and attendant physlclc attributed the sickness to some pS servntive used In tho milk or to p malne poisoningVAttorney General Moody dad that the eight hour law passed Augu 1892 applies to the laborers and irv chanlcs at work on the Panama c nal It docs not apply to clerks other employes of the government Submarine boat A8 was lost tho breakwater at Plymouth Thr explosions are said to have occurr on board before she foundered Foul teen of the crew were drowned Secretary of State John Hay salla on the White Star liner Baltic Befo sailing Hay said he has recovered h strength and he intends to resun his duties Immediately upon his retu to Washington Brig Gen Thomas H Barry Unit States army selected for duty wi the Russian army In Manchuria an5 Capt Sydney A Cloman aide to Get Barry will leave Dresden shortly fa St PetersburgVRichard Croker has sold his Rlcl field Springs stock farm his last holfi Ing In racing property He has los 200000 it5is estimated from recent sales of Interests connected with rac tug Tho army In the Philippines Is opening a campaign in the new military district of Samar against the fanatical Pulajanes Two of the leaders and 42 of their followers have been killed- J H Grecnbce 94 only surviving member of the convention which voted for the secession of North Carolina from the union in 1861 is dead at Ma rlon Va- Harvey Bolding shot and killed his divorced wife and Harvey Hill nessl Gibson Miss Folding was divorS last January frrm V2 womar und jf sequently reman iei President P oosov it poo1 his first visit to the AlbemarlB farm which Mrs Roosevelt recently purchased from William N Wilmer Jhe New York bankerJoseph H Choate the returning am bassador to tho court of St James was welcomed home by the Pilgrims of the United States at a banquet In New York Tho loss In Grand Rapids Mich at tributable to the flood which now seems to be subsiding Is estimated at 250000 The loss in all Western Michigan Is placed at 1000000 So far five lives wer9 lost Germany has notified her acceptance of the invitation to the proposed con ference on the Moroccan situation This Is believed to mean that no negotiations for a mutual arrangement between Berlin and Paris is now pos sibleThe bureau of engraving and print ing delivered to the post office department 77546600 postage stamps in sheets and 107990 in books This is the largest delivery of stamps ever made in one day Justice Rufus W Peckham of the United States circuit court at Albany N Y denied an application for a writ of error In the case of Mrs Mary Rogers of Vermont convicted of the mur der of her husband- Paul Morton was elected to the posi tion of chairman of the board of directors of the Equitable Life Assurance society Immediately following the acceptance of Morton the resignations were tendered of President Alexander First Vice President Hyde Second Vice President Tarbell Third Vice President Wilson and Fourth Vice President McIntyre The fishing tug Grace Mot Lorain 0 while evidently fishing In Cana dian waters four miles north of the International boundary line was sight ed by the Dominion government cruiser Vigilant to the east of Middle Island In a chase the two vessels col lided and the tug was sunk Two of the crew were drowned The navy department has been ad vised through the British embassy of the Intended visit to American waters this autumn of Prince Louis of Bat tenberg with a squadron of British warships consisting it is understood of four cruisers After the corner stone laying at Flint Mich an Informal reception was tendered Vice President Fairbanks at the new county building Over 5000 people greeted him Alter the reception the vice president returned to Detroit Damage by high water in Menoml nee county Wisconsin will aggregate 225000 Many farms have had their usefulness destroyed for years President Sullivan of Carleton college made the announcement thaiL William H Baird of Winona trustee of the college had made a silt of 100000 to the school Col Andrew Jackson has sold the old Washington chair to the Mt Vernon association for 500 This chair was willed by Gen Washington to hi family physician Dr Cralk and members of the Cralk family gave It to Gen Jackson Orders were Issued at the war department relieving MaJ Gen John T Bates from duty in command of the northern military division embracing the departments of the lakes the Mis souri and Dakota with headquarters at St Louis and directing him to proceed to Washington and report to tin secretary of war 4 tSV 1V1fV t I I VSp- SJV j I VS VzVM tVk SdS4 r1iV VV a SStVVV ST fl 5- VViI VS VV SVt VVV tVSVVSjSVV 4 I I 4sSV55V 1VS jjV 755VVVVSiV VVSrIq SV ta a VV- t SSJVV 1aV4ViV VSV I S3 a SV Sf VS- 5t VVS SV t4S 4 4 Si5SVtgVS ti eaded g fS afF ilSictmcnt Tot ten counts Vl by the federal grand Jury y violation of the national bank concurtbor in the foleral penitentiary All r K for shooting with five inch fciii were broken by four gun nero of tilt Hrstclass battle ship Ken tuckyon the northern drilling grounds 20 miles outside Sandy Hook William H Rogers for 14 years a member of the editorial staff of The New York World Is dead In New York from acute neuralgia He was born In Janesvllle Wis In 1865 On March 5 last Miss Nannie Burr and Miss Gertrude Conrad of Mays vllle Ky threw a bottle containing their address in the river Letters were received from Charles Meyer and James M Locke of Belle Hellene La who found the bottle while fishing Plans are being made to erect In New York a hotel to be 15 stories high and having nearly 1000 rooms It will be built at a cost of about 15000000 The new hotel will rival any similar structure in the world Contractors on the Vera Cruz 8 Pa cific railroad have decided to exclude Chinamen from the ranks of their laborers They have experimented with them and find that their work Is un satisfactory Near Waterloo Ia Mrs W J Schrock was murdered and her remains placed in the coal house and then set on fire presumably by tramps The woman was burned to a crisp In tho fighting at Pantchatiq near Vodel European Turkey It is said that the Greeks lost three killed while tho Bulgarians lost 28 killed or wound ed besides 17 prisoners who were executed by their captors The heirs of Mrs Mary J Winthrop estate have finally come to an agreement by which Princeton theological seminary will receive 1750000 A correspondent at Simla British India says that the government of Burmah has refused to grant the Standard Oil Co a license to store refined petroleum at a site on the Rangoon river An authoritative confirmation ot the report that the traction lines of East ern Indiana and Western Ohio are to be consoldiated was made The net work of interurban lines between Indianapolis Cincinnati and Columbus will soon be under one control The Merchants and Planters bank of Greenville Miss made an assign meatVTightly bound with leather straps almost covering his whole body to pre vent the slightest motion Edward Ickes 13 began nls long ordeal in a remarkable grafting operation to sup ply skin to the chin of his halfsister who was burned in an accident almost a year ago The street car strikers at Bay City and Saginaw rioted Ono man was killed and several seriously Injured W W Kerr disbursing clerk of the Smithsonian Institution was arrested charged with embezzling 46000 of the funds of that institution Karr it is said admits his guilt Orders for 1000 cars for the Impe rial Japanese railway have just been placed with Pennsylvania car compan lies Five hundred of the cars willje- of the gondola class The remainder will be of the box variety Thomas McUIn was shot and killed from ambush as he drove up to a cab In on his farm near Murfreesboro Tenn McUIn had had many personal encounters during his life and had kill ed four men John M Moore of Richmond demo crat has been elected successor to the late Congressman John M Pinckney from the Eighth Tex district ii i 1y t + 0 p i J to if 01t r AND P1Ar rg Sr f t iting For Japan to ice Negotiations f 7 fjv Terms Emperor NIch w Prefer That Paris ySthe Scene of the f5sSVital Step i r June 12 Russia is pan to fix tim tlmo and- and where te Japanese VVtS r SJ placed In tho hands oi s4 Ijsentatlve The foreign f iS j that tho delay will be t i j Srs government would vip X mrls should bo the scene S1VVstop but It Is explained V Vthe place nor the person v Russian representative- 7 vjiy v i m representative will not with full power t jS His duty will practically y the reception and trans J 4 is government of the Jap ir decision as to wheth f CVV basis for actual peace t 1for will be cothed with v an agreement for the Vof hostilities which sus ip 1brobnbly be for a very urn- during which Russia must momentous question of X prolongation of the war v j temporary armistice both o obably will bo free to cant ivement of troops and mu t i sV ar within prescribed urn nothing definite on this F f known until tho meeting i finds that the terms are V4 n which negotiations can 4 ilar plenipotentiaries will the number being de belligerents themselves tt s not Impossible that the I might be transferred to as President Roosevelt la have suggested r FFALO DINNER V I Editorial Association En ed at Ranch 101 tV yt Juno 12Forty thou were entertained by Mil c the 101 ranch the visit- f hal Editorial association- being made the occasion hunt a buffalo dinner edljarrived on the Santa Fe Tv J Tln f party were many Ok i 4 who had accompanied cf the national nssocla ij trip through the terri eral had been In i v Jfltertalnment The San sh01 runs through the X people to 101 a f TTB drove in to attend- ii t grand standVnmense fo 1 iOna was built for the tSj I v arona itself was hall a third ot a mile wide r1TEPILiPPiNES- ivitatis For Proposals For the Con strjctlon of Railways Made Washington June 12The war de partment has made public the Invita tions signed by Secretary Taft for pro posals for the construction of railways in the Philippines under the act of congress passed In February for that purpose An elaborate scheme of transportation in involved The Phil Iprjne government agrees to protect alt grantees against Ladronss Insurgents rebels and outlaws Onehalf of one per cent from the gross earn- Ings is to be paid the Philippine gov ernment as taxes The prospectus cites the provisions of the law guar anteeing interest for 30 years at four per cent on the first lien bonds but it Is provided that not more than 1 200000 shall be paid In Interest in any one year FISH HATCHERY Th Government Has Placed One at Cedar Lake Ind Chicago June 12 The United States fish commission with the assistance of tho Chicago Indianapolis Louisville Railway Co Monon has established I fish hatchery at Cedar Lake Ind The Inclosure Is 40 by 200 and it is expected that as many as 50 000 young fish principally bass will be hatched every year As soon as the minnows are large enough to avoid destruction by the larger fish they will be given the freedom of the lake Hotel To Cost 15000000 New York June 12Plans are be ing made to erect in this city a hotel to be 15 stories high and having near ly 1000 rooms It will be built at a cost of about 15000000 The new hotel will rival any similar structure in the world Woman Convicted of Murder Liberty Mo June 12The Jury Which has been sitting for the past week In the case of Agnes Myers of Kansas City charged with the murder of her husband Clarence Myers re turned a verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree Not An Officer Was Saved St Petersburg June 12It Is stat ed by the admiralty that in the battle of the Sea of Japan not a single oMcer was saved from the battleships Nava tin Borodino Imperator Alexander III and the Kakaz Souvaroff She Gets 4000000 Mexico Mo Juno 12The wife of a physician of moderate income Mrs 35B Hawkins of this place comes In to possession of 4000000 through in heritance from her grandfather Solo mon Fisher who has died in Ken tucky Dowle Rents a Hall In Paris Paris June 12 Representatives of Dowle the Zionist have rented a large halt in the St Honore quarter belong ing to the estate of the Prince of Mon aco This Is expected to be the scene of the Zionist movement In Paris President Returns To Washington Washington June 12After a two days sojourn with Mrs Roosevelt at the picturesque little woodland home recently purchased by her near Char lottesville Va the president returned to Washington accompanied by Mrs Roosevelt Big Dry Dock Floated Baltimore June 12The govern ment dry dock Dewey recently built by the Maryland Steel Co at Sparrow Point and which will be towed to Manila was successfully floated It Is the largest floating dock in the world f t g r f fiJt s l SgV VV 4ISV3V- 0 Llggb Pie Two man went through Hereford Bhlro buying cider They called at a public house by the wayside for din nor and asked the landlady If she had anything nice She said Yes Ive got a nice plggte pie They had some and greatly enjoy it The following year they paid another visit and In quired If she had any more plggte pie She smilingly answered No I had better luck this year my piggies all livedTatlerOdd In Will A curious direction was left In the will of the late W H Mainwaring of Carlton In the colony of Victoria His property Is to be divided Into six equal parts and numbered Numbers corre sponding to the portions arc to bo placed in envelopes which are to bo drawn from a box by the testators six children Each one will retain the portion of tho estate corresponding with the number drawn In the en velope Telephone Under Water Under the provisions of a bill passed by congress for the establishment of a system of submarine signals along the Atlantic coast for the prevention of shipwrecks and for signaling to naval vessels a submarine telephone Is being tested at the Boston nav yyard The naval officers in charge of the experiments pronounced the Invention to be the most valuable aid to navigation the world has yet seen Salary of Clergy Tho diocesan council of the Virginia Protestant Episcopalians formally re solved that the total salary from all sources paid to the clergy of the die cese should not in any case be less than 800 a year and a rectory for each clergyman But Rev John Hans brough of Orange thought that an unmarried clergyman could get along wipll and keep a horse on 300 a year Birthday Missionary fund Tho recent development of the Wom ans Foreign Missionary society Is the birthday missionary fund persons pledging two dollars each on their own birthday to be applied to the support of some missionary Already there are at least a dozen mission aries thus provided for and the first was only sent out last fall In the English Army Tho new British infantry drill discourages fixed forms of command so that Line that hedge would be quite proper In skirmishing All unneces sary commands are discarded The men stand at ease on completion of a movement and come to a arms on beginning one without an order and so forth French Trade SOCietyd One of the main objects of tho so ciety for tho encouragement of French foreign trade is to promote the placing of young Frenchmen In the service of foreign merchants Among its members the society has 194 merchants esf tablished in the French colonies arijj 430 in foreign countries Wants Light on Them Dr Henry H Rasmus of the First Methodist chuhch Catford England objects to the practice of lowering the lights when the sermon is preached He says he wants a view of the countenances 6f his congregation so that he may see when they have had enough Japans Merchant Ships In 1893 Japan had only 167000 tons of merchant steamships but by the end of 1904 her mercantile steamship fleet numbered 1224 vessels of 791053 aggregate tonnage This was after suffering a loss of 71000 tons by the war Worse Than Scalping MammaPlaying Indians is so rough Why are you crying Have they been scalping you again t Spotted Panther alias WllIleNo mamma we have been smoking the pipe of peaceStray Stories Big Spider The London Zoo is the first European institution to possess a living specimen of the huge South American spider which catches animals as big as humming birds and small finches Why Indians Smoke An Indian chief in an impassioned effort to tell something of Indian peculiarities said Indian great smoker Smokln great help to laziness Cheyenne Wyo Sun- Prisoners Beheaded Prisoners of war are never spared In Morocco they are beheaded as are the wounded foes and their haids placed on the walls In cities as a warning example MARKET REPORT Cincinnati June 10 CATTLECommon 3 25 0 4 26 65CALVESHOGSCh packers 5 37Ml 5 45V Mixed packers 5 30V 5 35 SHEEPExtra 4 00 4 15 LAMBSSpring 7 50 7 60 FLOUR Spring pat 6 00 GJ 6 35 WHEAT No 2 red 103 1 0- 5NoSmed i4 98 CORNNo 2 mixed 56 56YaRYENo2OATSNo2 mixed 32 75PORKLARD Steam 670 BUTTER Ch dairy 18 VPftAPPLESPOTATOESPer bbl 1 25 185 TOBACCONew 6 00 13 00 Old 450 14 78 Chicago FLOURWinter Dat 5 10 tiP 8 20 WHEATNo S red 99 1 0- 0No3 red 100 106 63V4OATSRyENo2 79 PORKMess 12 60 IS 55 LARDSteam 7 12 7 15 New York FLOURWin sfrta 4 60 4 65 WHEATNo 2 red C 1 04 CORNNo 2 mixed 69 8WJRYEWestern 87Y1LARDSteam Baltimore WHEATNo 2 red 74 97 CORNNo2 mixed 0 58 TlLESteers 4 00 4 50 SHEEP No 1 3 3 50 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 1 00 CORNNo 2 mixed 56 OATSNo 2 mixed 35 PORK Mess 1l 00 LARDSteam 6 50 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 1ooC- ORN7Nt 2 mixed Q 4- 3OATNo 2 mixed U 80 Jf 11 V5V = ri0 l iif 5jir J a I YI Where Lie the Bastf Yes Ive just returned front a two months visit in the east1the Portiaad young lady was I had such a lovely timel Thocs essUrnsrs so thoughhat Inquired the newcomer in Oregon T do hop you saw dear old Boston ejaculatedIPortland Ontionant Personal VlnvIGraft is surprisingly common said the apprehensive citizen That is where you are swered Senator Sorghum A reallood graft is getting to be one of the scarcest in our once proud and luxurious civiltzationVasbingtonStar At a Summer Garden Fritz Ids going to rain aind it Lets get unter cover once Hans Vats der use yet Aind we alreadyClevelandLeader i New York Central Lines Still Lead At the conference of the Managers of the New York Central Lines held in New rtprellotedsenger officials it was decided beginning SundayJuneTwentieth Century Limited so as to make the time between Nsw York and twentyhoursing made the twentyhour time during the past three years and having also mad the run between New York and Chicago in hours with their Exposition eiil1trdayagoThe make the point that the New York Central has had in the Empire State Express which has been the fastest train in the world for its distance 440 miles for four teen years having held the worlds rec ord for that time and for three and ISO held the worlds record for a thousand mile train in twenty hours The proposed schedule of eighteen hours is the extension of the time of the fromliuffalomade for fourteen years between New York and Buffalo On new schedule the train viA leave Chicago at 230 p m arriving Grand Central Station New York at 930 next morning and return ing will leave New York 330 p m dayAtLimited will be quickened up an hour and will make the time from Chicago to New Ycrk in 23 hours instead of 24 leav ing Chicago 530 p m by the Lake Shore and New York 530 p m by the New York Central The Southwestern Limited train No 11 which now leaves Grand Central Sta tion at 100 p m will beginning June ISth leave at 201 p m saving an hour to an hour and a halfon the jour ney to St Louis and Cincinnati Correct principalhorrorsStudent Graduating essays on the horrors of war sir Chicago Sun- Where Old Oceans Salty Breezes Blow An Ideal Summer Territory Long Island as a summer resort grows dwelleron ruleitsvariety its South or Ocean Shore is most widely known for here the surf bathing swelteringheatlantic points is a hing unknown because this beautiful Island alone trends stand West directly across the Summer South fresh and cool over the Atlantic It has besides the open ocean the Grea South Bay and other inland seas further to the east where safe sailing and still salt water bathing is at its best On the North or Sound Shore the attractions of salt water are also most excellent the surf of course is lacking but instead this shore has bluffs and hills treeclad to the high water mark Fishing both in fresh and salt water is a noted attraction of Long Island splendidlyunsurpassedVThe splendid system of highways has al ways attracted rider anto mobilist Hence all in all for rest or sport afoot or ashore no coast resort more to offer I hate a mean man observed the Po hick philosopher but whsa Ive got money in a Id a ruther fsr the president to be known as a skinflint than as a rattlin good fsller Louisvills CourierJournal All Nervous Dlo and Stomach Disorders Iiheumatiam Catarrh and General ty are quickly cured with PushecksKuro Illustrated booklet and all medical advice free Write at once Dr C Pusheck Chicago Push ecksKuro is S100 by mail or at druggists It often happens that man will put him self to no end of trouble to find the key to a womans heart when all the time the door is wide open Life Ladles Can Wear Shoes One size smaller after Allens Foot Ease A certain cure for swollen sweating hot aching feet At all Druilrlsts25c Accept no substitute package FRFE Address AS Olmsted Le Roy N Y Humorists must have a terrible time in There are no old maids there Chicago Chronicle CoulUmJtlonF Boyer TrinIty Sprinplnd Feb 151900 Dont run yourself down Others will cheerfully do you N Y Times a PLJ 0 a wpa r 3S- r Agricultural and Horticultural Col ronies on the Kansas City a Southern ThrUway CountyArkllQs88Acontainin iana containing about 24000 acres are noW Ifromonea terms to actual settlers Locke urg Colony id well suited for General o meFCialfruitsplendid fruit truck and tobacco region and if gbod for corn and cotton also are situated in a beautiful country withVa healthy climate and excellent water andLoring AKnYKanlu CSIf you have that tired feeling wbtett makes reluctant to move ust get somebody to give you a shore into tbo roadway ofa street that is lar with automobillstsIndianapolis News THREE YEARS AFTER Eugene E Lane of 751 TentietaAvenue ticket seller inthe Union SinStion Denver CoL says You are at liberty to repeat what I first stated through our Denver papers about PipsfntheI have bad no reason in the interim to change my opinion of the remedy IVwas subject to severe at tacks of backache alSways aggravated if I feat long at a desk DoansSKidney Pills absolutely stopped my backache I have never had a pain or a twinge since- FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y For sale by all druggists Price 60 cents per b- oxAncient Egypt Ksw the Vlrtiiss if the King of FoodsS kYS Since the earliest annals of Old Egypt wheat has been recognized as the king of foods It has held its sway down to the present day notwithstanding the k fact that in many forms ofmaking wheat into food products some of the best elements are lost Bread has been aptly termed the staff of life as it alone of known foods has all the elements that are needed to sustain life EggOSee contains all the best elements of wheat in a far more healthful and delicious form than any bread crackers or ordinary wheat foods In addition to the best whole wheat delicately flaked and crushed it is made still more digestible by the addition of refined diastase the highest grade of malt There are no premiums or gifts in the EggOSee package noth ing but full measure of the highestVgrade of cereal food in the world ps Alarge atafly package C groOerySTHE EliISEE CL q Quincy Ill SICK HEADACHE TILE Positively cnred fcy these Little Pills TeyalzoreUeYoDcmDyepIa digestion and Too Hearty Ea A perfect Yems eytcnjnuses tc Iwowstnesa Bad Taste to the But Ccnle5 i Tongue Pain lathe Sk1e V4 TORPID LIVER Th regulate the Bowels Purely V setaWa- SHALLP1LL SMALLNSE SMALL FWCL CeaukeMustBeerFacSiTIIIII REFUSE SUISfTUTES PATETS referseei ngQ5RATSn 00 Box 5msablnztoii DO N KB 2078S Let Common Sense Decide Do you honestly believe that coffee sold loose in bulk exposed Iiodust germs and insects passingVrunny hands some of thozn not overclean blended you dont know how or by whom is fit for your use Of course you dont Bu- tIION COFFEE Is another story The great berries selected by keen ladges at the plaataUoa are BTtiiihmy roasted at oar tae tories where precaattoma 70aVweald not dream el are taken to secure perfect cleaallaess naverstreBgth aad anflor1tyV VV From the time the coffee leaves thefactory no hand touches it tttt tit is opened in your Kitchen This h m ads UeN carrot te IUBOI OF m woup cerras 5I Millions of American Homes welcome LION COFFEE dafly ia no proof of merit than continued and morose ing popularitYsurviv all opposition Sold onlyln 1 Ib packages Lio bead on every paoksgt Save your Lionheads for valuable premiums VV SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE ffOOLSON BPIOE CO Toledo Ohio WINCHESTER iSV LEADER AND REPEATER SHOTGUN SHELLS Carefully inspected shells the best of powder shot and wadding loaded by machines which give invariable results account for the auperlozSity of Winchester Leader and RepeaterV Factory Loaded Smokeless Powder Shells Reliability velocity pattern and penetration are determined by scientific apparatus and practical experiments They are THE SHELLS THE CHAM IMONS SHOOT Ar StkaIeJ a S a tVIt t t C j i 4 V i i JLl L OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO 10 OWINGSVILLE KY 15 SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Address nil communications 3 Tuft OOTIOOK IrniisiitNc Co or to JOHN W lioNAKER OwingBville u Ky Subscribers desiring change or- Saddress ehotild always give previous I address when writing- Correspondents0 when nut of eta C tionery should mention fRet on n separate slip of paper t anyIfor one dollar FIX months for sixty cent three luutitha for thirtyflve tents 3 1THURSDAYJIJNE 151905 I L tI ANNOUNCEMENT FOR REPRESENTATIVE Wo arc authorized to announce E Dot y of Moroheiid n can t lrhfur rpolectinn OR Representa from Bath and Rownn counl flieesubject to tho action 4Demneraticparty We are authorized to announce Wilier of harp llUrg us u 1ndldlIle fur Representative from Rowitn vnunliea subject in the action of the Democratic t I 11117- t L 9 1toRANK G BKJEIOW tho default 2 ttng iuillion ire bunk 1 Ilfe ldent flew high fur n long till e LbutUndo Sum will coop him fur t ja ten years in the Leavenworth pris I nn j PREEIDENT ROOSEVELT is enjoying Itbeworlds iipplnuco for hnving 0 L brought RtiBsitt and Japan together 10 discuss psaoe terms Shirt tI rIepes diplomacy in scoring must If Iutthe triumphs nnwadajs fOE Chicago Alton railroad 11 preparing to instulha system of wirvl ss telegraphy on its trains of l having found itto work eatixfiic torily It IB thought that the danger of collisions will be thus t lrnUCdlel1t1t NoriwAt by a vote of the Siortli- 1 lag the national legislature hin dissolved partnership with Swede nnd may become n republic if she i Cant find n suitable king or II Sweden doesnt force her hack into the union The dissolution wile 0auaedby King Oscar Vft ig a uieaRiire to give Norway n separate consular service I qORRESPONDENCE k Springfield W Ai Boyd and wire visited in Alt Sterling Thursday i t B Spratt and wife of Stoops clssikd James JUne and wife SKI i urddtMfssps pelfl1 1mlnnllrt tutu 1i Smathera visited in Owingsville flJUtfjdnd Saturday J f N A Dlmitt and wife left b If Tuestiay to visit their son S P Dimmftt at Poplar Grove Owen CbUntj v 1 f1t Knob Lick There was a heavy rain here Sunday I Some took advantage of the sea ion to set tobacco Some few have been killing squr ft9 They are scarce s Some cattle and mule paPe 4 here for Owing vrlltl market Sun t day Several from hire will attend the i Confederate reunion at Louisville thii week pe Cain Truraboarid family visited hla wifes parellt1jMr and 4mrv p i Wa Christian On coountof rain quite a nun 3 ber Tailed to attend Chlldrene day farvices Sunday night hS There isan epidemic of pinkeye flr oreeyos going the rounds Sorae suffer teerely w th it f Horseshoe pitching and basoball jTifming are indulged in heartily 4 t Here onKunday from the size o Sthe crowd and time noise they pru r eTuce 1i L Moores Ferry 4 E O Kimbrell continues sick z Severn from this par went to Owlngiville Court day A hard rain rtlr ere Sunday ev ebJDglt was needed badly E 4 Tliomar Myer of Vimaer pent yf sSS Sunday here with Win Razor Lit Phelpp of Frenchburg visit 1t d ifUtives here the latter part of teek- IJIUI lC8BItY spent a day anc nigbt with Wiiu Phelps in Owini S yllle last woek IIIs4t Green Myer went t5vistt his half brother a Mr ThoraaB ut Ml- ifSterHngy the pmt week i 1C 3 J Charles Ingrnroof Fleming coon ty pntdtwlyitJl his father s Koone lugruB the peat week f r l rewtreagonlnnll1water nelnn sped planted in thi parlbutI timers iY II liitlfc hU4tbat a eating z the pUnti upt Alie Sp wilJjgVto Cinoin iriI W dne day of this week to- h t a big carap ureting there JMr Sppoceii one of the Holiness t preacberRtl Sippion urTi near e rwhobar beeti in the army for six yelr returiled hOie Jutsdy lJe j Ied been rTi si the water for over L iIveyeenP Hewai34dsyscouflng ic Wck over the Water Simp lays f7r i I SSrc A Farmers Uov S L 1ortir and bmtliiT of Kliiott county have just closed a daV meetint at the Power pchool IIOIIPP with lo addition andcconversions buptizcd 3 Llirtir ix an eat nest worker and hits visit oiiylit to bo apprrcintod Upper Prickly Ash T J Reid was nt Slcpstonc Sut rdny on bu iiKSs Miss lennio Gudgell visited on tepttone several days last week Daniel Harper and wife visited S RatlilT nnd family ut Salt JLjiok ono dny last week Miss Effle Tackett visited her brother John Tackett nnd family on Flat Creek last week Jlre Nancy Shrout nnd Miss Mary Snedegar visited T SShrout and family in OwingsvilleSunday- Minsoa Johnnie Arnold Shields and Ashley Clnrk of Flat Creek visited Mrs Dollie Lytor lust week Mrf Lida Ryan and daughter Mrs Nellie MnxoyofReynoldsville visited relatives hero one day last week Riley Chandler and daughter Miss Alta visited Oscar Chandler and wife on liald Kngle ono day ast week Marshall Stone nnd daughter Mrs Annn Mary Ilielp of near Rey nol Jan lii visited Almtuiru Stone timid wife last week Mrs Ann Donaldson nnd Mrc Nannto Boyl of Whito Oak F B Hendrix of East Fork und Omar Wilson of Flat Creek visited F F Tackett and wife Friday Mrs Thornt Johnson and daugh ters Mary mind Lizzie of Montgotn ury county Otto Razor and sister Miss Grace of Salt Lick visited T J Reid and family lust week- Sherman Hamilton of Montgom ery county came Saturday to visit II A Lyter slid wile His grand mother Mrs Frances Hamilton ac companied him home Monday Crooks Mrs John Clark is sick 1Born to Jim Williamson and 0 a daughter Miss Calliu Jackson visited friends in Mt Sterling last weeks Wilson Hendrix shipped car load i f hugs to Cincinnati Thurs day J to Williams nf Owingsville WeB here one day last week on busi nessMiss Minnie Pergram of Peeled IIMrs Thurfia Howard of Mont gomery county is visiting Mrs Sam Jackson Walter Barnes of Chambers Station is visiting his parents Press Barnes and Wife Misses Eula nnd Stolla Jay Thomas went Saturday to visit relatives in Clark county Elder B IL Ross filled his ap pointment at Kendall Springs Silt urday night and Sunday Artiur Barnes and Mrs Colson of Georgia went to Winchester last Thursday where they were married Mrs Jeff Davis daughter and Misses May and June Nixon visited relatives at Salt Lick Saturday and Sunday John Davis and wife of Wyom lag and Mrs Sarah Jackson of Owing vllle visited tho family of Jell Davis Friday George Ingram died at his home June P aged about 75 years Ho had been in feeble health for sometime He leaves two sons Sam 1nnd Jest His wife died last Jan uary Stoops There is a big demand for hugo in this vicinity Crops of nil kinds are growing finely in this section Some clpver hay it being harvest ed The crop is good Mrs Sarah Thomas of Spring field has been visiting ot Olympia Mi Nannie Byrd baa been vis relatives at North Middle townt J L Gregory and wife visited at Salt Liuk from Saturday until MondayMiss Stella Kissick has returned from a weeks visit in Fleming county James Gregory weighed up 62 lambs to McDonald fc Welch ut 6c per pound James Piersall and wife visited relatives near Owingsville Sunday and Monday- Cliff MoKinnivan of White Oak vlitted Tboa B Hamilton Satur day and Sunday W M Kissick and family visited relatives near Poplar Plains Frsd yuntilllonday Several from here contemplate attending the Confederate reunion at Louisville this week If all reports are tUff if a cer rain young fellow by the name of Hyde dont go off anu hide it wont be good for his hide King Ocean II has been kicked off the Norwegian throne The people though proved to be bigger fools than be was for notcstablisu ing a republic The grasBSeed crop proved to be- afaih3rer Il was first thought theI crop war going to ba good J W Bigstair greet blue grass range hat bus been turning out from 000 to 15000 bushels turned outI onjy 300 bushels this year This is a great loss to severalbluegrass growers All The News i Per YearI J 1 a y X t U r t Siato Valley The far HUTS were busy Monday finishing setting the tobacco cropt Jack Toys part of time tohucco rop grown by him brought him t 621 vHnrn June 0 to Dec Rudder and fvifr a son Robert Lee Mother and baby arc mining welllQhris Garner wife nnd daughter Lottie visited the family of F F Warren at Craigp SUlidayI There was n heavy rain nnd thunder storm Sunday evening making good tobacco season Sam Shull7 and wife visited the family of Daniel Illcvins near Olympia Saturday nnd Sunday Upper Flat Crook R 0 Lane was ill Louisville Slit urday and Sunday James Gillon of Olin svilh is visiting his sister Mrs Chess Glov or Miss Mary Glover id visiting her sister Miss Jane Glover in Mt SterlingT Owings was tho guest of lohitm Phelps near Lexington sev eral days last Week Mrs G B Lane of Raymorc Mo is the guest of her uiolherin law Mr Crit Lane- MiaresMaggie and KatcCnrmndy will return howe this week after seventh luonths stay in Mt Sterling Grange City Miss Ella Graham Newman is visiting relatives at Sunset Miss Anna Walton remains very low und is nut expected to live L GRigdon and daiightcrMaude visited relatives near Tilton Satur day Win Watson and family visited S A Barber and wifcatWyomlng Sunday MisEoe Maude Rigdoh ondEuima Collivor visited Mrs Jeorge Riddle at Odessa last week Rollio Walton und wife of Wall ihgford visited at IL R Waltons Saturday and Sunday Misses Minnie and May Boyd re turned homo Sunday after a weeks visitto friends at Koynoidsvillo Mrs Wm Colliver and Mrs BudS Collivcr visited the formers Mrs Georgia Riddle onWhitcOak Thursday Miss Nira Denton of Hillsboro returned iiome Sunday lifter sev era days stay at the bedside of her cousin Miss Walton Newton Johnson and wife Mrs L S RatlilT und daughter Alha Arcto of this place II W McDer molt and Miss Anna Flormi Irwin of Olympia visitedMrsAW Jones at Odessa last Wednesday SriJ Havens an4 family Ivclly Richards nnd wife Miss Ruth Richards and Edgar Denton of Owingsville were fishing two weeks at the creek returned to their home l rfdnylifter having caught about 10 Ibs of fish Stopstpne We had n glorious ruin Saturday night nhd Sunday and every one is busy lathe tobacco patch Mrs Mary Parker daughtcrJIiss Lena and sister Miss Mattie Payne spent Sunday with Frank Brown and wife Miss Winnie Alexander and nephew spent Thursday and Friday with her aunt Mrs Hannah Welle and family in Mt Sterling Frank Brown and family had the big pot in the little Sunday and thoro was enough left over to feed tho hungry for several meals Miss Siidio Stout sister Mrs W M Kincaid and son went to Suit Lick Saturday to spend several days with E L Kercheval und family Mrs Newman and niece Miss Outes of Salt Lick came Monday on a visit to her niece Mrs Thus Steele and family oii the head waters of Stepstone H D Blevins and family are still taking their turn in watching by the bedside of J A Donohcw his brotherinlaw at Mt Sterlingwho is about the same as at last writing J W Montjoy of the Ewington neighborhood wits herO Saturday looking up some oats That right come here whoa you want such thingp ns you will generally find it Sundayschool was organized at Sugar Grove schoolhouse Sunday with W J Lawson as Superintend ent nnd F M Karrick as his assistant and other olllcers art teachers Bro Santford of Bald Eaglovis iteclV J Lawson and family Thursday nnd held meeting in Mr La storehouse that night to quite a crowd considering tho notice given Ho left Friday afternoon for Winchester JOur doctor was called to Taylor Lanes and Dunk CnrmicliaelB on Salt Well last week bothmens wives being sickand also S C WilHtiUis but at this writing all croon the mend We hope they will soon be out and about The Garrett brothers with the assistaoceof some of their neighbors lire loading a car of corn here that reached tho top notch so far in price of that article being 50c tor bushel loaded on the ear It is to go to Hutitjngton W Va The papers are going tho rounds linregltul to rebuilding Corinth Church arid we are told are meeting with good success We think there will soon be another meeting houso on the old stand We are also told that there is quito a chance or c meetinghouse to be built on Salt Well at the well of that name on Uncle ShelbyGoodpasters farm formerly the Ragland farm We are glad to hear itI1It we think two will be better than one- i 1 i 3f f4I l f 3 f W rrSirs Frank i jl J 4itIt reI lI t rrGeorge MeCii so die lust wec koto George A Hn choke to death V Mrs Alice DC 3 T i mgIS visiting wire this wetk ivOf 0 iCIIIJtoningsvillc Court t Hugging Vats Jv the order of the t preparations thay fV r the plants Can A d what to do V f i Llckin r ii C C Johnson here lust Friday rc jq fW t y visited hero Salv l1 The rains Satcrhelped growing t ed rain l Rev II Ratin Js 4 gave us quite an instructive Spud i Sunday nt time M 7J J V Ham weL Monday on bush Hams Wesley IInll4 were there son and Alta Sh Dr Morton nt t and Mr Kimbr e attended time sal1 litter 2 in pipi i tthat belong on I I Rook OH Co I i 1 in for 300 H 1111l 3 Ben Grimy incrMonday t bSChildrens so nt time Chrlstiur 25 prank Clark J nusday to visit v J Clark who is c V I Mrs Judith i day morning t 0 r Mrs Emma r f Flat Lewis Cc VMissthe District QT iIrom Timurdi iy tJohn Wultrt daughitersief i lutivos ut irv 1 Misses Os left MOn11i3 I fto rclutivey t Will McGi i J as far us M vrI JOIDWa j merman ri Bal1 day and Saturday Salt Lick I Miss Walter Mae RatlilT ia uwuy on an extended visit Mrs Julia II Jones is away on an extended visit to Perfnsylvuitiu Dr Martin and son 6f Nicholas County were visitors lick last week Mrs Myrtle Stuggs and children leave this wppk fur iljrii luiuie in Ford Ky Miss Crcnth Evans lft Mnndtiy for n ten nays outing to hi r broth tie at Hugland Press Jackson made n successful raid on an illicit still in Powell county the past week Mrs Dr Pierce who underwent u painful operation lust week is getting along nicely Miss Anna Peters of Owingsville has accepted tho position of book keeper for Camp Bros Mrs Milton Kiticuid little ion and Miss Sudie Strfut were guests of I Shouse und family over Sunday Little Misses May nnd June Nixon of Preston were guests over Sunday of their cousin Lena Tur ley The Childrens day exercises nt the Christian Church on last Sunday night wrts the most enjoyable affair we have hud this season The children did splendidly arid showed they had been trained with care The hug drill and handker chief drill by the small children were indeed beautiful and the collections amounted to somewhere in tbe neighborhood of 20 Thanks to the painstaking care with which Bro and Sister Durham assisted by others have worked for some time and they should feel proud of time Sundayschool pupils of Salt Lick iFairvleBorn to Spencer Rodgers and wife u girl James Woodard euld n cow and calf for 35 Eddie Perkins sold a trow and 7 pigs for 17 Mrs J G McCIuro visited at Sherburne last week Robert Kincaid sold Leslie Hen drix four ahonls at 4Jc Thornton Stephens sold a lotoC cOrn to Clay Hunt ut lOc D II Hendrix sold Andy FUJI three sows and pigs for f55 Mrs Jim Garner of Concord visited J T Wpodurd S turduyi Riley Rodgers and wile visitedI Air Corbiti Saturday and Bill Saunders of Poplar Plains visited James Woodard snli wife lafct week Wm Morcland and wire of Salt Lick visited friend here several days last week ShermanUulloyofScrabbeRidgea gave young a urday evening Mrs Robert Bailey died at her homo on EastFork of Flat Creek Wednesday of last week and was buried at the Hendrix graveyard tJ r j ZIkZSv a I t 4 i1ii2SII iI twTitd 5i eyj Sc J f i a i5 Sz Llt Z s it fl i t j sr1 A is Si Io- of- iS lie n t of f ick time or ins t kte not pio ago i v r wals- C elk or undiamid boils J vhmen of Y5 en a 5a fln1 t Lions rid n I and J that Uilel- it its lOp SlhhluI n ttS4C Iesencm r r t ldeptimm I f ih the f7 ji were tdbiicii Jr Blue 5 a ether i lr fa and 95SBX HftyOve eustion the Chesapeake Olija railtyatl r Ills only a two hours run hulandscape of CliarmingxfiiuegriiFs pastures anti rolling green s14itei i as tine speeds eastward OH to the right beyond Indian Old Flouts Pilot iCiiohon Redriver rears its head into ihe clouds Front its top Daniel and Squire Boonc John prthookedof Kentucky dotted over with countless herds of bulFulo elk atd der in 176D when they first ex plored Kentucky From this cml iiencc Daniel Boone viewed that iII over which in after years should be wnveii the romance of his name and life A lucid beautiful in its primitive stut and still beauti ful and justly famed the world over ns Gods country Arrived at Olympia station one hue to ride u little over two miles oftuth in order to reach the spring There is no electric railway nor uutnniobiles lor the transfer of pus jengers Tbe passenger en covered spring wagon drawn byal pair of good mules and the Jehu who holds the reins over them isva cheery good natured nntive who answers rill questions no matter how idiotic they may be But whom I asked him whore I could lindn shiner still for about ten minutes he solemnly shook his head and vowed his innocence of any know ledge on that point The road from the station to toe springs is somewhat rough at pres ent nnd I never hind such n shaking up since the lust encounter with in hotter half But a force of men am at work und it will soon be in fine condition The springs cowpony are determined to make it u good highway by cutting bridging and fillingSTill vehicle stopped at a long platform that marks the front entrance of the grounds Just in side on the left is the office where ole registers and adjoining is a lavatory Fifty or seventyfive feet further on is the old hotel1 built by George Lansdowne or Bar rison Gill forraef proprietors I dont know whichbut presumably by the former who was fatherin law of the latter The house contains about twenty ronnisevery one of which has recently been repainted and papered The outside of time building and the long front veranda have alto b en freshly painted and tho house is eweet clean and bright throughout Tho carpets and the furniture nre new and an air of cheerfulness pervades the whole The dining room is capacious and the cuisio all that any one could desire the cooking being excellent and the ta ble service first elate One could not wish fur better meals or beds Yoi will hear the whippoorwillst soon remarked Mrs wo sat on the veranda enjoying Limo delightful coolness after going down to the salt sulphur spring and putting ourselves outside of about half gallon of water That W08e large quantity of rater for a 11hudljlenccdI iS ttf wII r = j1 7 C w 4 fjrc T1 JJtI1 tf i r t2 fr 6 i1 q lli or c r fr CALIFORNIA xtk l Do you want to live where the climate is mild the year round iwhere labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where f animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold t Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more L f varied than in any other equal area in the world where the division J itof great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that will assure you a competence 4 fDo you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons j r j Jr olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment ffThen go to California where both health and opportunity await your coming fi The Chicago Union Pacific and Ji NorthWestern Line i is the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two J t C fast through trains daily via this line over the famous daub IeI ftrack railway between Chicago and the Missouri River of Special low roundtrip rates are in effect via this line 7 fthroughout the summer to various Pacific Coast and titemberto make the trip at a minimum of expense 4 Daily and personally conducted excursions are operated through to San I Francisco Angeles and Portland without change on which a double c berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only 700 via the Chicago NorthWestern Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Railways FILL IN THIS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY Nw484S posed of their portion So much for being a Baptist among a lot of Presbyterians who lire afraid of too much of the aqueous fluid The sun sank behind Pine Moun tain and as twilight advanced the shadows dropped down over the valley The tinkle of cow bells could be heard as Rose and Brindle came down from the glens where they hud been browsing alluvThe stars came out and above the shadowy mountain peaks Then from the hilltops came the sound of whip poorwill whip pour wIllII sound that I had not heard for years Across the valley cuir Jaek answering voices whip pour wiilTwlip tlllrwllI1IIIld soon there was such a choruo that I concluded poor Will would get a terrible whipping before it as over Then these strange noctiir mil species of the feathered tribe came down from the mountains in to tile spring grounds and alight ing in the trees whipped poor Will a few more links All at once they ceased mind flew away nnd their qticLr culls were succeeded by the cheerful voice of the tree frog Time increasing coolness induced mOst of time party to go into the parlor and engrtRo in a game o- rellclirelhlld no desire to pnrti cipate 1 used to plrty eucbre when a young tnan but I lost all taste for it titter being outrageous Iy cheLlteellIt gnme that I played with u freckle faced red bended grass widow Outside or the main building there are about thirty cottages scattond over tIme grounds 1Iheso have till been renovated whitewash ed and repainted anti new furni tore put in ranking them exceedingly comfortable Verandas cove r their fronts and along in front as well as through the grounds are nice walks laid down wtih clean sawdust All through the grounds are trees big and littlo flowering shrubbery and rose bushes Back of time hotel are big mint and cala mus beds The former especially is lovingly contemplated by limo nv em go Kentuckian But if he seeks to test thecharraingness ofa few sprigs of the plant in u glass of frumenti he must bring tho Tatter along when he comes to the springs for none is to bo sold hero and no Shiners rtre in evidence A capacious ballroom forts by eighty feet stands back of the hotel and facing the suit sulphu r well Here the young people can indulge Aj time delights of Terpsi chore And what youngster does not like to dance I used to lie very fond of it especially waltz log What an ecstacy of bliss creeps up mind down the spinal col umnofn youth and in fact par meates his whole frame when he tenderly places his right arm around the waist of ri sylphlike fairy and spins away into the mazes of the dance and now and then squeezing more tightly her waist just to hold her up OhI nmyi memories of youthful days n vaunt Hlurrownot my soul witbrt collections of those onchantnlg ex periences especially that last waltz of mine when I cut the pigeonm wing with my arm around a pud ding with a string tied around it Within the grounds out beyond ime tennis court is a square enclos ire of heavy dressed sandstone There is an arch over tho entrance and an iron gate Iisido of this inndsoino little family graveyard re time tombstones and the flowers on the graves attest that there nrcr still among time living some whos have not forgotten those who have cro sed over the river On these n tombstones we read Gorge Lansdowne died Octfssin Inc C3il ynrnf his iigeV W B KNISKERN r PTMCrWRyChicgoIfl 5L Please mail free to my address California booklets maps and ftitt particulars concerning rates and train service 3iSSS 7 s t U U Mary wife of George Lans- downe died Juno 27 1833 in thlI JGlh year of her age Harrison Gill born July 10 1806 died May 21 1886 Georgeanne Lansdowne wire of Harrison Gill burn in OwinBvillc Ky Oct 21 1820dlellatOImplan- SpringlJun 21 1883 William Gill born ut Gills Mil Ky Jon 26 1839 died atOlympia Springs Aug i 1810 II From the abovo hWIIi be seen that Ucorgo Lansdowno tho oM tIne owner of plympinn Spring was time fathcrinIaw of Harrison Gill who also ran tho Springs for many years and the hitter was iho father f Mrs Scott wife of Choir ics Scott lessic of time Lexington Olicrii Ilou n Some inimtlis rigo tluro was a decretal sale of the spring proper ty consSstfui 9f alumt six hundred acres ZIlit WIIH hiniyht by a cum puiiy of Lexington mMnlemeii or ganized as follows TT Forman president L Hiitrhinsrtn vice 111nuhertfIlartin sccrutiry Tho hoard of directors is esimupusedif tile uhlle with Win McCormicfc D B Jones Henry Skilltnan and Olin Forman Col W IL Boswell so long and favorably known to our people and the traveling public hug charge of the hotel and his experience and Islproufwill not bo neglected What ho does not know about running a hotel is torn out of the bookand his popular and accomplished as sistant in this line Mrs Boswell I believe she is head boss make everything the Colonel included move oh like clock work Where a woman is at the holm tho ship is sure to sail straight Immediately after purchasing the property the new company corn thenced time erection of a fine up todate hotel and this is now ready for roofing It is a large structure and will be four stories high The foundation stone as vehhas time lumber was all procured on time place The foundation is construct ed of immense blocks and is heavy enough to carry tenstory build ing Thouypor structure is of pino and three times as heavy as ordinary lumberused hi buiUlirg The hotel will cost about 20003 and bo provided with electric lights hot and cold water and baths of all kinds plain and medicinal The building will have n hot water heating plant for it is proposed to run the hotel the year round There will be about sixtyfivo gurst rooms These with twent rooms in the old hotel and thirty cottages will make over a hundred rooms in nil The old hotel will be used nsn dub house for men In time new hotel Will be twelve bath rooms with lilting and cooling rooms with competent nttendurits and mos seurs On a peak above the hotel will be built u reservoir which wiaI givo gravity pressure for fire pro ection us well as for forcing water ill aver the building and promises A pumping plant to keen tho res ervoir supplied will be installed down near time springs and be so t arranged that it will also pump the salt sulphur und other waters to theo hotel bath rooms The dining room will be 35 by 50 feet and elegantly equipped There will be a billiard rotim g ntV smoking and rending ladies reception roomshand ome parlors and all other modern o features In the basement will bee bowling miller Buck of the office and between the wings will be ell ant bath rooms lilted up regard luas of cost There wilt uUo lieflJ 4 jfI lr laundry and barber shop Around- t tofront and on both sides will ex r t tend n wide veranda which can be enclosed by iilass in winter and at i fall times uirording a delightful promenade Scattered over tile grounds arc tennis croquet tether ballnnd other games swings AndrIstructure known ns Cupids Pa tilion the eiivironmcnts of which insure a propofol arid uccPIJianti vlthln fifteen ilJIflUhteSJuIterft immfr enters itJhis feature will attracf r time flplciul attention udesiltnwc 4manias vlin faiittiMv iikoff the iiof their fctuiuine brood h C1If wilIeJuhtlllttl1mIJ rutu fisrung t Cima av Jfor anything I know this by ex perience as I was courted lId gav 1 Roy cmi iMit iTi just such a summer fJhuuso Lumps light utJ the grounds AarnilngA luke nf Iiftvfhtncrc8 in estitiC will soon bi1 ciMiipleted uiid stock vU with fish Tlicru will be II lumti Ihousf and buns for rowing und i4courting Manyyoung people ear frnurt brtter on water than on LJ fibench nod the managers are de tcriuintd that Cupid Khali but jiforded every facility to do business promptly mind effectively All tbe iwindows anti doors of time houses und cottages are screened but lt LI1IlIsluitohotel is a good Iveryfc= Vimont StreetLt MEAT MARKElftA I C A REED Prop j Owingsville Ky V Fresh and cured meats1cconstantlyon hand Oys irc ters i n season Prompt J livery Order by phone if tyou wishjour number 1521 YOu Are Missing P aGoodTWngii If You Haie Not Tried Paracapi hi r Pint Aid to tb Injured Sc No household remedy for oil the lltIcr and aches Bruises Cuts P Dlistcrstenl1ertire aching Feet Skin A cP1mcamphh1ahlaystigSwellings NcuralgiaIIStiff Joints nnd are relieved by the use of raracanjph but Ii speedily cured fl One trial wilt convince yon of these facts If tt doubt our statement to yourdmgglst the wan youlnowand 4itodowill berefunded fWe hare confidence In cause we know it will do eaCtlrwbatwe say To provo our inremedy to you we authorize 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