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Digital page images are linked to the text file. k P I c J I k r I tminillt uffook J 1t da VOL XXVI OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 22 1905 NO 50 cr4 Drink WainMottB Pop 1110 Tho While11 fcwlngmachlno is r as popular as ever Iicnio nt Kd Baileys woodsnoar Forgo lull Saturday Tuna 24 Everything firstclass in hard ware at Bud Brothers ilFrom Saturday oa the weather iJfJa been oppressively hot Geo T Young is the authorized agent of TUE OUTLOOK to collect I b Dr G W Conner makes teeth from the cheapest to the best no The Indian base ball club de I feated tho Salt Lick club 8 to 1 Monday Gardens are generally very fine k this year the season having been Lf favorable IGet a Mitchell farm wagon of K L k A T Byron and you will al rr trays be satisfied H LLsno is agent for Wicdor man bottled beer and Budweiser bottled and keg Row E G B Mann of Lexington held meeting at the M E i Church Friday night All who have property to salt at public auction call on M D Furls He will give satisfaction An electrical storm atSharpsburg Mondayburned out the fuses of about one hundred telephones Just in a carload of Mitchell wagons Dont buy until you have I lIeen them E L A T BTBOK The Indian base ball team de feated tho Paris team 20 to 4 Sun rdayand Mt Sterling 5 to 3 Mon day E L A T Byron can sell you your binder twine cradles and bar vcBtifig machinery and save you money The Beans tobacco setter will pay for itself every season BudBroth erwilt sell you one on easy terms Call on him- Several r teachers were examined forvqunlificalloBB for certificates by I the County School BoardThursday and Friday Dr G W Conner the dentist ute Od ntunder and all approved anesthetics for the painless ex traction of teeth TS Shrout will receive fload of new buggies this week HeV rt Xkeeps plenty of them and sells fur I Ijeath of credit I IIZ v The District Conference of the 1iIf A ME Church was held here last ash week winding up Sunday The c colored people had a great time VIehera Little Blue is the only handwade Cradle on the market Get one and eee reenlts 4 S ItL k A T BTKON 1 T5 Wheat and rye harvest is on now Tha crops will average only fair 1 v J there being some extra fine field I and some below an average good cr dca aaount of fuel it ttkcs to get a ineal until you try a Leader cook Leay1UortlerjE L Aor Byrons queens I ware liae is complete They have i woaae bargains to offer and would k b ed to show you their stock 4 See their bargain counter r t1lan BO del in the church yard on Satur J day afternoon from 2 to 7 oclock June 24 The Menifee Circuit Court corn e1cedlatt Monday Common wealths Attorney AlexConner of kF this place is in attendance There aTe several important felony oases I to be tried DIED SUDDENLY Mrs Enoch f Clark of Bald Eagle died sudden ly Sunday She was formerly Miss c Claudia Berry daughter of Francis j3 Berry Her husband survives She hail ao children The BBOB is here tOflet t oat tobacco and those that have 6 Mt their crops with the Betais to baceo setter have sot with butI jf items You had best figure with JUA Brother for ofli r1 WOXBKRFUL GEA M- t1Lag1ored Ster base ball alas played 1tIke local Bine Friday As near as we could ar each beat the other iah8 same gase a seeming lapos ibility to any except the colored rother r StuKKBiTTicif Willie Otiisged LU oaotMsrtOtIe living oaWas 1 Wright far II was bitten by a klowipg tipw snake Monday As t the Make k noapoitoaous nohara rill likely result fran the bite t rog 1aIRTixoteeaber that4 TEaOnvrooKJiprepared to print Ietterbeathaoteheadi bill beads tatewents envelopes cards labels ree iptBt invitations and all sorts ef buwaeM stationery on the best JBtoekia tasteful style at the most esBOBable prices Compare our f r rkwith Jthat turned out by any j to iripkf aid you will find it to adraaUgft tekave us do your i 1 1 n 1V lso pnhnrpMters dodgers phtM aed everything usually tsnag out by a Bountry job office nycLt4 l ll lose tad other blanks Z JT v Kr t JT t t h e Jt ott f IJ 1fjlf tlY l o t7 it fv cc if 1Jtf lftij l t t V x il V 1 tof J Zt t1Li r r F jryt vtvj f PERSONAL Connor Kwlug was In Frencliburg TuosdnyJfssu Hampton was In Winches tot Sunday Mm I ulio Horron was III Mt Stor ling tlio past wook Mr Arthur and Irof Clunn of Mt Sterling were here Tuesday Mm Klva Catlett visited rolatlvos at Mt Sterling tho iwat wook Conner Ewing returned Monday from a trip to Newport kowa Misses Linda Allan and May Kin caid went to Louisville Friday on u a visit Mrs Ellen Burbridgo and son Bra tus visited relatives in Mt Sterling SundayS Fearing of Dayton Term cauio Sunday nleht to join his fam fly hero Mrs J J Mnrk spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother near Slmrpsburg Mrs John W Honakor urday to spend u week with relatlesI in Mt Sterling Misses Juliet Wood and Nell McCoy of Lexington arc guests ofMrs E W Fratman Stockwoli Samuels and John Duty of Mt Sterling wero In town Tues day on business Miss Pearl Trumbo of Lexington came Thursday to visit her sister Mrs T H Brown Rev E Gn Mann accompanied by Rov J H Fuqua went to Mt Sterling Saturday A N Crooks and wife went Sun day to stay over Court day with rein Erno9Pipet Mrs W L Killpatrlck of Mt Sterling came last week to visit her father W H Daugherty Louise McAllBter of Lexington came Monday to visit her grand mother Mrs Lou Fratman Mrs J J Nesbitt returned Saturday from a visit to her daughter Mrs W P Strader of Lexington jMni John E Freeland of Mt Sterling Is the guest of her parents Elder and Mrs B H Boss rs8 tUeEwliof CynthiAna alter a visit with friends left Mon day for a visit atHarrodsburg Miss Hattie Hilt Mann of Paris will be the gUest of Miss Clara Bas com for the hop Thursday night Horace Lane and wife went to Mt Sterling Sunday to visit his mother Mrs Susan Lane over Court day John A Daugherty and J Jftesbitt returned Sunday from a trip East to the seashore and elsewhere ft Zimmerman YoB Burley ParlspeutSaturdny Mrs J L McCoy and Mrs Erne Wood of Lexington were guests of Mrs E W Fratmnn the past week Judge C W Ooodpaster and wife left this week to visit the lattera brother Arthur McAHster nt Kan BUS City Mo Mrs Jemima Vanlandingham and daughter Mrs Ida Barnes of Lib erty Mo are visiting John Trumbo of White Oak Miss Elizabeth McCree of Maiden Mo after a visit to Mrs Henry Hopkins went to Lexington Friday to visit friends Miss Eva McElnivan left Satur to visit her sister Mrs Voris Vanlandlngham at Sadiovllle for a couple of weeks J B W B Gud dl Jnd H C attended the sale of thoroughbred Jersey cattle at Lexington Thursday Mrs Robert Zimmerman and son Hewitt will leave Friday to make their home in COt ington Mr Zim merman is employed at Paris t Mrs Ed Gaitsklll of Winchester came last week to visit her daughter MrsJesso several days r Galtsdlljolned her fur some daysMrs Samoa M Ross and little daughter Julia Gardner returned Monday from a visit to her mother Mary R Samuels and other re atives and friends in Mt Sterling KingCityand son Kelly of Midway came last week to visit their moth r Mrs Eliza Dawson and other relatives D Harold Johnson of Mt Ster Sprlogfieldman Jr will be with Mr and Mrs James M Ross for tho dance tonight Worth1Texasvisit friends and relatives in this and adjoining counties He loft here 40 years ago Bud has made only one visit since eight years ago Jonathan M Adams and wife of Tipton Mo after a visit of a week with relatives left Monday to meet his uncle James Markland of Hnr risen county at Paris They made many friends during their stay hero Dr PP Gudgell went with Sam Moore of White Oak to Louisville last weok to have the latters eyes beingdeadpatient AugultawasInand Win T Smoot were members of KentuckyUsiverelty maDYfrleadahere Thomas Part and wife of Lewis butg W Va spent last week wilt the families of J W Hutobeson Dr F P Gudgell and B S CroslMr Parrwas a brother of Mr Hutch dOns first wife He attended the Confederate reunion also W Owen Mcintyre of Lexington WaR here last week on business Mr newspaper Danville Advocate Lawrehceburg News and other papers He isalao correspondent the Louisville Post at Frankfort during sessions o the Legislature MaryCarterSunday from a visit ofa week with relatives In Fleming county Mr Estill reports having plenty of squir flshermanlafter having it and another about as large 25 lbs ona trotliiic i f r Ic Tho following veterans attendee the Confederate reunion at Louis vlllo last week A W Buscom with his daughter Miss Clara win was SpoKHor for tho Put R Clcbtirni Camp Col Henry H Ewlug with Ills niece Miss Mettle Ewing who wj s Maid of Honor Major J M Brother B V Parson MixonT J Peters Joseph Uoodan Sam Nixon of Preston John W Willaroy of Orange CltYi Daniel Palmer Wm R Peters Sr of Bethel i Poll Manloy of KwIngtonIJenF Snell ing of Sherburno Jolin Trumbool White Oak Rebel Jack Hawkins of Mooros Ferry J R Colo Bas com of Sharpsburg Jamus Darnell of Bethel The following also attended Mrs Alice Perry Win H Daughorty Julia Kimbrough J J LacyRob ort Nixon Miss Carrie Nixon Miss Efllo Jones Robert Jones Crit W Young A II Dawson JAdd Power Alex Conner J R Brother Mug MART J CONNERS DEATH 0n Thursday morning June 15 Jennieqonnerer Mrs Mary J Conner ranking a noise as if suffering Presently 4Irs Conner told her to call assist uncc as she feared she was dying Miss Jonnie hurried away to call others of tho family but when they reached her she had expircdhaving broken a blood vessel and had a profuse hemorrhage Funeral services wero conducted at tho homo Saturday at 10 oclock by Rev J B Mcacham pastor of tho Mt Sterling Southetn Presbyterian Church deceased having been a member of the Presbyterian church The interment took place at the Owingevillo Cemetery about 11 oclock The pallbearers were A H Dawson Joe H ConnorJ D Conner JoshuaEwmgRHConner Alex Conner E H BrotherEwng ConnerRECatIettChe8ter Graves Mrs S J Fearing of Dayton Tenn was notified promptly of her mother decease and arrived Fri day night with bet two children- It was announced in the funeral notices that Dr E 0 Guorrant of Wilmore would conduct the fuaer al services but from some cause he couldnt come Airs Mary Jane Conner was a daughter of Dr Joaepu Berry a prominent physician and was born Oct 26 1829 near Sharpsburg where she Wall reared She mar tied Montgomery Conner while a young woman and they reared a family of six children of whom there survive John F of town William P Miss Jean G Wand Mrs S J Belle iugof Dayton roan The band died several years ago etpartand also lived on their farm Prickly Ash some yctirs- Mrt Conner was fund of sc diversions in her younger days none entered with greater zest she into the grceliee of partie l balls but us olderlmore and mure7ievoted heri to her fatally and huuseTiotd al becoming notod as a houseki and dispensing u splendid lr ality She always hud a tho for the sick or needy and did she could to make life more If able for the suffering ondiatre Like most people of advanced y in tholatterpart of her life mind dwelt much on the past she tookgreat interest in coverr of old times She had a lit J memory of striking events also noted people who have long dead and read with keenest re f all published historical matter tainlng to Bath county and its IIpe She was a woman of m force of character kindly and voted to her friends sharing g erouBly with her neighbors and t lag an unselfish interest ithurr welfare Her many friends miss her and will long cherish the mem ory of her in their hearts The bereaved family have TOE OUTLOOKS sincere sympathy in their loss Mrs E L Hurt of Pleasant Plains 111 is she only surviving member of her fathers family- H0REISALESTtumboSnedegar of Wyoming sold a 8yearold Black Squirrel gelding to Ju Day of HilIsboro for 200 Forrtit Wllleroyof1Grange City sold one of same to F N Myors of Ohio for 300 p HE SKIFPEO One of the perfor gbowmanMcDade tempt to rifle a trunk at MrsEmily Bradburys last week and he skip ped out before he could be arrebtedi Nothing was missed fi HAMILTON VICK EIderBHRoes kt his resdance Tuesday of last week united in marriage Mr Wal ten Hamilton of WeitVirginiaand Miss Mottle Vice daughter of Tolliver Viceof Upper Prickly Ash pretjII not related to the Hamiltons of this sectio- nMARRIEiJhe marriage of Mr James Nixon of near Sharpsburg and Miss Alta Lee Shultz was solemnized at residence of the brides father Robert Shultz near Bethel Wednesday June 14 at 3 p m groomftondante and Rov J T J Flier the officiating minister Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party drove to the grooms home where a delicious supper und a few friends awaited them May they have a happy voyage down the stream of life CoNTlun TED IICN ADOPTS Purs Peter II Stephens of near Stopstonu tells this utory and cites John Tincher keeper of the County Poorhouse as a witness hirdhuntingbitch ter Tho bitch hiss nine young pups which she carried under the floor of an outbuilding where a hen was setting The hen promptly adopted the pups and scratches for them hovers them and endeavors otherwise to rear them as shin would a brood of chickens She may be seen hovering them while they are nursing their mother- WIIALETTIrTONJ JntnesWhaley of Sharpsburg and Mrs Kate Tip ton of Mt Sterling were married at tho residence of Mrs Leo Games in Mt Sterling Wednesday of last week by Elder fl D Clark Mr Whaley was married twice before He is aged 78 years and is a weal thy farmer and esteemed citizen Tho bride was married three times before She is a daughter of John Tom Hazelrigg deceased the noted attorney Mrs Whaleys first hue band was a MrCockrell her second Capt Thos J Henry Clerk of the Court of Appeals her third James B lipton formerly of title town JudgeEpeals She is a lady of many charms of manner handsome and with many friends Mr Whaley and his bride are congratulated by THE OUTLOOK AHKAM HENDIUXS DcATiiAbranr Hendrix aged 8G years died at the home of his son Frank P Hendrix on East Fork of Flat Creek Satur day of a paralytic stroke The burial took place Sunday at tha Hendrixgraveyard 1 Deceased was a thrifty prosper ous farmer in his active years He was a moral man and a firstclass citizen honorable in all his deal ings and enjoying tho best repute as neighbor and friend His broth er George W of the same n fibIborhood is the only survivor of his fathers family His wife died about three years ago Ha is sur vived by four children Moses Frank Mrs Francis Vice and Mrs Jacob Boyd all of the same section of tho county His family have tho eyrnpnthy of a host offrieJ i4 w vK 0 Zit1 H i gt bY a JI 4 ij l ie 1 l eaexingonyJune 19The efforts recently made by the Ways and Means Committee of the Burley Tobacco Growers Company to form a plan whereby the association could be reorganized and another move made to control the output of tobacco grown this year and which have so far failed of success it is said will be abandoned This is said to be due to the fact that it was found impos sible to get the growers of tobacco to again support the movement by pledging their crops to the compa ny until a certain time after which they were to be released from their contracts in case the fall ed to raise the capitalsufficientio finance the deali- According to a statement made by a prominent tobacco growerwho has heretofore been identified with the movement fully onehalf of the growers of the Burley district have refused to become allied with the movement this year and it is dead IfOfenrhoost two years contracted to turn their crops over to the association made it almost impossible for them to dispose of their tobacco when it became known that the scheme had failed He said that hundreds of growers visited the plant of tile American TobaccoCompany in this city to find a marketbut were turn ed down by the manager who said he was willing to buythc tobacco but did not want a lawsuit with each crop thus intimating that the grower was tied up by a con tract with the Burley Association and any violation of that contract on the part of the grower meant le gal proceedings This grower said this resulted in many of the growers being compelled to hold their crops until late in the eeabon and lsposedotit Looic READ IT a Shrout lins sold the following persons old or now buggies since June 1 1005 Owingsvillo precinct John A Chandler Ollie COOUP IJnnlcy Ev orman Willie McNab Alex Kur rick Thomas McGIothin William G Mf ore Alf Donaldson Estill Honakor fe Co five Wyoming precinct JohnL Vice George Ulery Dallas GudgellRod ney Vanlaudinghtim John Tincher J B Donaldson G A Trutnbo one cart W C Jackson GeorgeWUlery South Shcrburnc precinctGeo Hendrix Vannie lledding G A Arrasmith Austin Crouch Bethel precinctL M GraySan Ford Dnrrell Thomas Arnett John W EmmonnSharpsburg precincthlobert L Berry L G Gully Preston precinct J Clyde Per gram Robert T Myers Fleming countyLee Baty Clem Williams John A Hedger Minor Newman Irvin Johnson Rowan county G W Calvert Alfred Crosthwaitc John Culvert Charley Manley- Montgomery countyJohn War ner Frank By- rdVimont Street MT MARKET C A REED Prop Owingsviiie Ky Fresh and cured meats constantly on hand Oysters in season Prompt de livery Order by phone if you wishour number is 21 TAKE A TRIP WEST Special Inducements This Season Spend your vacation on the Pa cific Coast or in almost any of the western states this summer at low coat Round trip excursion tickets via Rock Island system are on sale certain dates throughout the sum mer You can go out via Colorado visiting Yellowstone Park and re turning southern route by way orI EJl PaBo or vice versa A long roo 1strum limit and cheap rates for side m to every point of Interest iii particulars literature and ck island folder from John Se itianPaRsengarTrainc Manager ck Island System Chicngn bmmissioner s Sale jhn F Barry PllF v Notice of Sale H Stephens Daft =iBy virtue of a judgment and der of sale rendered in the Bath mull Court at the May term 05 in the abovestyled case the idcr signed will on MONDAY JULY 10th 1905 tout 1 oclock pm at the Court uso door in Owingsviiie Bath until Kj being County County proceed to expose to public le to the highest bidder the fol wing property of P H Stephens x two horses which aro describ as follows One bay horse four ears old the sumo horse Stephens sught from Barry and ono bay are about nine years old by name vfBird The amount of money to bo raised said sale to satisfy tho debt in rest and cost is 30390 Sale Lill me made on a credit of three fonths I The purchaser will be required- to execute bond with good security for the purchase price payable to the undersigned boating 6 in teresf from date of sale until paid HS GOODPASTER Master Com B C C C W Nesbitt All- yCominissioneis Sale Offingsville Banking Co PIlL TS Notice of SaleIJames Downs i By virtue of a judgment and ort der of sate rendered in the Bath Circuit Court at its May term 1905 in the aborestyled case the under signed MasterCommissioner willon MONDAY JULY 10 19051 at about 1 oclock p m offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction at the Courtbouse door in Owingsviiie Ky a tract of land situated in Bath county Ky on the waters of Roes Run Oreek con taming thirtynine acres and boun ded as follows On the S by the lands of Vm Moore on time W by the turnpike road leading from Roes Run to Craigs on the W by the lands of William Craig on tIme E by the lands of J GrandisonMo party or enough of said land as may be necessary to produce the sum of 42287 being the amount of the plaintiffs debt interest and custTermsSalo will bo mado on a credit of six months The pur chaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price payable to the plaintiff and bearing six per cent Merest from date until paid and upon which an execution may issue if not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on said land to secure the payment of tbo purchase price H S GOODPASTER Master Cornr B C C B Gudgehl4 Son Attys JM tI j h 4i THOS J JONES Livery Food Salo Stablo OWINGSVILLE KY nuldwith 1rostoti Stati- onAUCTIONEER If you want the services of an mine tioneer call on mo Terms reason able GEORGE H GUDGELL Odessa Ky I BLUE GRA- SSNurseries SPRING 1905 Trees by time million fruit and shade small fruits grape vines shrubs asparagus rhubarb ahd everything ordinarily kept at such an establishment We veil direct to agentsTreoapplication to H F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky 1agazine NewspaperSubscription Agency I can get any newspa youJustyou can get it Wont you see my price- sJAMES M ROSS Owingsviiie Ky We have just got in a lot of the celebrated Jiuffman Moy- erJUCCIES both steel and rubber tire Also a line of Driving Wagons and Runabouts of the same make There are none made that ride like these buggies and for beauty style and service they head the list Call and see them Estill Honaker Co Masonic Building Owingsviiie Kentucky Zxplaia Why Paracamph J Safe Speedy Certain Cure It IB SA1cause raracaniph Is prepared only from refined grandmotherssential oils and tying nn external remedy delicatetissuesruinourncrvoussystemlike many strong remedies the Rheumatism Neuralgia Catarrh Eczema and Piles applieditand penetrates directly to the seat of the pain whether the Muscles Joints or Diseased Membranes IT 13 CERTAIN Because when it reach cs the scat of the ailment it immediately soothes the aching removes the congestion and draws out all inducingAnd sweats out the disease This is the wayWe guarantee ram SwetJingINe11r1lga Piles because many of our Customers beencufedwe know that will do exactly what the manufacturers claim it Paracamph is a clean safe household everylayto the Injured and should be kept in tryParacnphreturn money if it fails to do what we CompanyLouisville JOHN T KIMBROUCH SON C O RAILWAY Trains 22 and 23 carry Dining service Meals alacarte TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT 27 1903 TIME 01 TRAINS ATLKESTONSTATION Eastbound No 26 954 a m No 22 1249 pm No 24 1005 p m Westbound Not 21 648 a m No 23 143 p m No 25 344 pvm r s rco i NOW IS THE TIMfiTo ftafo moiroy on tlttRgv Tfrtriioxs 1 Iitra mote Ujirnoss mind hotter Bfif MOSS linn any ho nab in Eastern Knnfnotjy When yon boy that ncWbugg clime lUll sco lilY Harness and I will save you money Everyone known that my Ky Spring SaJtllca ofa the host saddle rnaHe CiIiYwhereI am yours for time best SuddJcs and Harness F EUGENE MINIHAN Owingsviiie f1 RACKET STORE Visit our store when in town and be convinced that here is the place to trade if you want to 1purchaseFlower Vases 12c Wash Bowl Pitcher china 75c Jelly GlagecB tin lids each2cFancy Jelly Glasses each 10 Bc Quart Masons Jars dOs uSC Mason Jar Rubbers doz So 4 Sheets Fly Paper 50 Fly Traps J3c Glass Butter Dish10eTin Ten Pots- Thermometers So lOa RagCoat 10 30 IQ2bu9Pinsassorted hcndebox Mourning boxes So Sowing 50 Staples 3A + Bonnets 55 10IFancy Candy fresh lb CASH PAID FOR EGGS w E W HEFLINt i i 1S i GO TO WM ATCHISQNS Livery and Feed Sta61elJ4j OWINQSVILLE KY O When you desire a livery team thatjs firstr jfl class in every respect Vv t BRANDNEW VEHICLES HOfiSE FRESH AND FAST Atchison feeds your horses at reasonable prices Sales made cohnnission t All trains met at Preston at low charges i 11 WM ATCHISON LIVERYMAN 7f Owingsville Ky WM R PETERS JfQ j BETHEL KY i Dealer in Furniture Also Undertaker Fimeral Director and Embalmer i Calls promptly obeyed day or night 7 ic i Seasonable ReasonableJ rs Goods at LOW Prices arc invited to call our store that you may inspect our goods and get lower prices than where in town Come in and look We dont expect you to buy if we dont save money hake store your headquarters when in town Ladies ft25 Oxford Shoe SUu Ladles 200 Shoo 149 Ladles 2GO Shoe 198 LatHes 125 Dunpilu Shop 8Ju Ladies 175 VioL Jhl I 25 Ladies 200 Vlui Kid 118 Ladles 2DO VIcI Kid Shoo 198 Mens 125 llow Shoe Mens 175 Plow Shoe I 24 Mens 200 Plow Shoo 148 MotiB 2 fit Vlci Kid Slice UJS JNO W MARILANDTi OWINGSVILLE KY vV By u Special Arrangement you con get The Outlook and The WEEKLY COURIER JOUUNAL both one year for only 1 60 J rt Toilet 10c Pins 2 Silk yds Hasp and 10 Pillo Slips Sheets Sun 10 on You at any else you our Shoe Shoe Mens 300 VJci Kid Shoes 2JS MUlls 1COO Stilts i1JJ Mens 1250 Suits r 78S MenH 1000 Suits v MetiB 700 Suits 49D Muus 500 Suits 319 Boys 100 SuitH Ujc Boys2tXIumits 124 Boys 3 60 Suits I 1iiiyH4X LOIIJI Pants Suits IUM Boys 750 Long Punts Suits 498 The Outlook and daily Louisville Post one year for 385 Get The Outlooks prices on Job Work of every kind and see samples and you will see we can do better work at loWer prices than you can get elsewhera v f 4 r CV1 r f viifcL 1L S it L lAt + l PjI 2c OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY I I THE MISSES AT SCHOOL There was once a school Where the mistress Miss Rule STaucht a number of misses that vexed btr Mils Chlet was the lass At the head of the class And young Miss Demeanor was next herPoor little Miss Hap Spilled the Ink In her Up And Miss Fortune tell under the table Miss Conduct thy nil i Did K Miss Creant call i But Miss State declared this was a fable + Miss Lay lost her book find It undertookj veil safe be r hind It- They t I went on very well 4I As I lAVe heard tell Till Miss Take brought In Miss Under standing Miss Conjecture then guessed I Evil things of the rest i And Miss Counsel advised their disband I Inc AdvanceL IuiLI Dri and I bIIRVING BACHELLER Author of Eben Holden Petrel of the Blessed lilcs Etc I IShip wlOopjrUbt 1Xb J tothrop PublliMna Compnj t J1iiCHAPTER XXV CONTINUED I i Above all price are the words of a wise man but silence that is the great I counsellor In silence wisdom enters i the heart and understanding puts forth her voice In the hush of that night arideI grew to manhood I put away a childish things I saw or thought I saw the two great powers of good and evil t One was love with the power of God p r t In It to lift up to ennoble the other4 loves counterfeit a cunning device of if the devil with all his power to wreck and destroy deceiving him that hasr taken It until he finds at last he has i neither gold nor silver but only base metal hanging as a millstone to his 0J1eckAt dawn we got ashore on Battle 4 Point We waited there Louise and I while Drl went away to bring horses I III The sunrose clear and warm It was F like a summer morning but stiller i for the woods had lost their songful tenantry We took the forest road- i iralkteg slowly Some bugler near us i Jt tt had begun to play the song of Yankee 1 land Its phrases traveled like waves In the sea some highcrested moving 4 rush filling the valleys imounUngthe hills tossing their spray silencecin praise of my native land Ramon said Louise looking up at me a sweet and queenly dignity In- her tace1 have come to love this countryid you could not have done so much for me unless you had loved 1 She looked up at me quickly nnd PIt her finger to her lips My tongue a filtered obeying the command How weet and beautiful she was then herv splendid form erect the light of her je softened by long lashes She if looked down thoughtfully as she cue the bottom of her gown a shake Once upon a time said she slow I 17 as our eyes met again there was t kingbd1 T Ids people should speak until until She hesitated stirring the dead leaves with her dainty foot Until a great mountain had been removed and burled In the sea she added in a low tone uAh that was hard Especially for the ladles she went 4 ba sighing JDieu they could only sit and hold their tongues and weep and feel very foolish And the longer they were silent the more they had to My S A Hhose who broke the law I rInquiredWere condemned to silence Jor their lives she answered Come we are f both in danger let us go A hit farther on we came to a log warfwomaa bade us sit awhile at the door Itepeit CHAPTER XXVI tJ lYe came soon with the horses one f r the black thoroughbred of Louise which had brought her on this errand We gave them free rein heading for the s f cl1itMuNot far up the woodspiken wed M de Lambert and the old i coast The former was angry albelj he heM himself in hand as became a t gentleman save that be was a bit too v cool with jaa 3 IJly girl you have upset us terri bIT eald the learned doctor I should like to be honored with your eold8lce j Ant I with your kindness dear Ie at father said she as tears began fall t rJ big I am much in need ot It IkKid A Then go to your work I said he I coolly and make the most of itAh JrIhadrati1er1 Ooodby oaid Louise giving me t 1 her hand 1 VAu revoir l said quickly and j I wheeled my horse and rode away tl The heath were ready The army j warn waiting for the order now ex l peeled at any moment to move Gen Brewm had mot been at his quarters for 7iPriesti said Dri when we i 7 were aleae together thet air gal M t go yonToai 3 Eflfcan4 orer fat thoughguUyIfl 1t6Jla1loMtrom a jackrabbit any fay Her talker dose aotllkeme I 4 ailMeetM DeBt hey to said Dri calmly He cat a deep slash in the stick he1 bald then added Dont make BO 7 4fa MT ao difference one way er t t e1er1 did nt like th measles but 1i her em withIae JC alat Becaary be declared i In this ere country don tek fft17tewtxaek a bargain One o the Ubertyp the sky deliver iBg hU eomldeace In slowly measured 1 ytra M to wit JWeaiamt give tea cento fer no man nobodySat 11 give HP a gal less he d otter f VJFM 4 mt ot bed at cockcrow t 4 i jtt 5r 5S 11s 1Ef l 4 J 1 J v t t 1 J f 11r i 101 r 4 5 f r T In tho morning Tht baroness and a foptman were at the door Ah my captain there II trouble she whispered M de Lambert has taken his daughters They are going back to Paris bag and baggage Left in tho evening By what road The turnpike mllitalre Thanks and good morning I said I shall overhaul them r called Drl and bade him feed the horses quickly I went to see Gen Brown but he and Wilkinson were on the lattcrs gig half a mile out in the harbor I scribbled a note to the farmergeneral and leaving it ran to the stables Our horses wero soon ready and Dri and I were off a bit after daylight urging up hill and down at n swift gallop and making the forest ring with hoofbeats Far beyond the chateau we slackened pace and went along leisurely Soon we passed the town where they had put up overnight and could see the tracks of horse and coachwliertl Drl got off and exam- Ined them presently Purty tnsh he remarked Cant be more n five mild er so further on = We rode awhile In silence How ye goln t tackle emt he in quired presently Going to stop them somehow said I and get a little Information An mebbe a gan he suggested Maybe a gal Don care s long as ye dew th talkln I can rassle er fight but my talk In a rumpus aln fit fer no woman t hear thets sartIn We overtook the coach at a village near ten oclock Dri rushed on ahead of them wheeling with drawn sabre The driver pulled rein stopping quickly M de Lambert was on tho seat beside him I came alongside Robbers said M do Lambert What do you mean The young ladles and Brovel were looking out of the door Louise pale and troubledNo to any msleur I an swered Put up your pistol- I opened the coach door M de Lambert hissing with anger leaped to the road I knew he would shoot PURTY FRESH HE REMARKED CANT BE OREN FIVE MILD ER SO FURTHER ON me and was making ready to close with him when I heard a rustle of silk and saw Louise between us her tall form erect her eyes forceful and commanding She stepped quickly to herfatherLet haveS ill said she taking the pistol from his hand She flung it above the heads of some village folk who had gathered near us Why do you stop naT she whispered turning to me So you may choose between him and me I answered Then I leave all for you said she coming quickly to my side The villagers began to cheer and old Dri flung his hat In the air shouting Hurrah fer love an freedom An the United States of Ameriky some one added She is my daughter said M de Lambert with anger as he came np to meI may command her and I shall seek the aid of tha law as soon as I find a magistrate But seethat you find him before we find a minister I said The dominie Here he Is said some one near us Marry them said another It Is Capt Bell of the army a brave and honorable man Does not true love wherever seen spread its own quality and prosper by the sympathy It commands Louise turned to the good man taking his bandCome said she there is no time toloseThe minister came to our help He could not resist her appeal so sweetly spoken There under an elm by the wayside with some score of witnesses including Louison and the young Comte de Brovel who came out of the coach and stood near he made us man and wife We were never so happy as when we stood there hand In land that sunny morning and heard the prayer for Gods blessing and felt a mighty uplift in our hearts As to my sweetheart there was never such a glow In her cheeks such a light In her large eyes such a grace in her figure kissingherAnd you shall be as soon as you get to Paris said the young count Oh dear I can hardly wait said the merryhearted girl looking proudly at her new lover- I admire your pluck my young man said M de Lambert as we shook hands You Americans are a great people I surrender I am not going to be foolish Turn your horses said he motioning to the driver We shall go back at once I helped Louise into the coach with her sister and the Comte de Brovel Drl and I rode on behind them the village folk cheering and waving their hatsYe done It skillful said Dri smil ing Whut d I tell ye I made no answer being too full of happiness at the moment Tell ye one thing Ray he went on soberly ef a boy ana gal loves one nother anhe has any grit In 1m cant nuthln keep em apart long He straightened the mane of his horse and then added Ner they cant nutate conquer emSoon after two oclock we turned in at the chateau We were a merry company at lunch con the doctor drinking our health and happiness with sublime resignation But I had to hurry backthat was the worst of It alL Louise walked with me to the big gate where were Drl and the horses We stopped a mo meat on the way Again too she whispered her sweet face on myshouIderYe and as oftw as you like 9r9thers 4 4 i to Dri Remember sweetheart I shall look and pray for you day and night CHAPTER XXVII Sooner or later all things come to an end including wars and histories a Gods mercyland even the lives of such lucky men as I All things did I saT Well what wonder for am I not writing of youth and far delights with a hand trembling of Infirmity All things save one I meant to say and that is love the Immortal vine with its root in the green earth that weathers every storm and groweth not old and climbs to paradise and who eats of Its fruit has in him ever a thought of Heaven a hope immortal as Itself This book of my life ends on a bright morning In the summer of 17 at the new home of James Donatlanus Le Ray Comte de Chaumont the chateau having burned the year before President Monroe is coming on the woodspllce and veterans are drawn up in line to meet him Here are men who fought at Chippewa and Lundy Lane and Lake Erie and Chryslers Farm and here are some old chaps who fought long before at Plattsburg and Tlconderoga Joseph Bonaparte the exking of Spain so like his mighty brother at St Helena is passing the line He steps proudly in ruffles and green velvet Gondolas with liveried gondoliers and filled with fair women are floating on the still lake now rich with shadowpictures of wood and sky and rocky shore A burst of melody rings In the great harp of the woodland In that trumpet peal It seems a million voices sing Hall Columbia happy land Slowly the line begins to limp along There are wooden legs and crutches and empty sleeves In that column Dri goes limping In front his right leg chargo1Drapedflag of the Lawrence I march beside him with only this long seam across my cheek to show that I bad been with him that bloody day at Chryslers We move slowly over a green field to tho edge of the forest There In the cool shadow are ladies in white and long tabks set for a feast My dear wife loved of all and more beautiful than ever comes to meet us Sweetheart she whispers I wa never so proud to be your wife And an American I suggest kiss ing herAnd an American she answers A bugle sounds the cavalcade II comingThe President they cry and we all begin cheering He leads the escort on a black horse a fine figure in military coat and white trousers his cocked hat in hand a smile lighting his face The count re ceives him and speaks our welcome President Monroe looks down the war scarred line a moment His eyes flU with tears and then he speaks to us Sons of the woodsmen says he concluding his remarks you shall lIve in the history of a greater land than that we now behold or dream of and In the gratitude of generations yet unborn long long after we are turned to dustAnd then we all sing loudly with full hearts 6 land lovethy acre sown With sweat and blood and shattered boneGods grain that ever doth Increase The goodly harvest of his peace THE END ONLY A TRIVIAL ERROR The Injustice of Calling a Mere Mis cnlcnlatlon a nesrnlnr Mistake In the course of a long and eventful life Martin Boggs had never been known to admit that any of the fall ures which had besprinkled his career had resulted from a mistake on his part relates Youths Companion- If his potatoe did not turn out well in the new place he had chosen for them in the face of advice it was because he had planted them there as a warning to his son who had a notion to try experiments If his children had scarlet fever because he bad failed to take his wifes wishes into con sideration in regard to a visit to an Infected house he wished them to have it and get over with it although he hadnt thought best to say so If an investment turned out badly he had just put the money in to en courage the company although he knew It was no use and if a barrel of eating apples turned out sour he had bought them to make into cider When he opened the cellar door of a neighbors house one night under the Impression that it was the one which led to another room and then stepped off into space and landed o- e cellar bottom it really seemed as for once he would have to own a it was ascertained beyond some bad bruises and one or two easily remedied dislocations Martin was safe and sound one of his old friends ventured a little mild banter Seems as if for once In your life you did make a mistake Martin said the courageous person but Mr Boggi turned a bandaged and reproachful countenance toward him It Isnt what Id expef i of you Ez ry he said mildlybtO tall a little mlacalclatlon like that a reglar mis take Wbat Is a BlaibT According to a medical Journal this is an accurate definition of a blush A blush is a temporary erythema and calorific effulgence of the physiognomy ctlologized by perceptiveness of the sensorium when in a predica ment of unequlllbrity from a sense of shame anger or other cause eventna ting In a pareses of the vasomotor filaments of the facial capillaries where elasticitytheyanating from an intimidated praecory din It makes one blush to read ItLondon TitBits Recoiled An eccentric and eloquent Scottish parishionerstorious for his sharp practice and of whose honesty the minister had no great opinion ungraclousJ yourtlockMaywhite sheep or black sheep I dont know replied the minister dryly whether they are black or whitt sheep but I do know that It they are long here they are fairly sure to bt fleeced Cassells Journal Proper Caper The SuffererWow Im going to a dentist and have this tooth out Christian ScientistYour tooth doesnt ache You only Imagine it doesThen Ill have the dentist ex imuliginaUopCbcagsD1i7NeWL 4- f Jirjif t1 t The Making of Ishmael OUR BIBLE STORY by theHUhway and Byway Preacher A Vision Between the Lines of Gods Inspired Word tuprtglt by J ti Edon Scripture Authority And Abraham rose up early In the morning and took bread and a bottle of water and gave II unto lIagar putting It on her shoulder and the child and sent her away ana she departed and wandered In the wilderness of BccrshebR And God was with the lad and he grew and dwelt In the wit derness and became an archer And he dwelt In the wilderness of Paran and his mother took him a wife out of the land of IgypLGen 2111 20 21 Head Gen 2l122L SHMAELS hea- dI was In a whirl and his heart beat like- a trlph a m m e r What was this that Sarah was saying Cast out this bondwoman and- S her son f Tho words fell upon the boys ear as ho lay concealed in r tho bushes not far from the tent door That evening as darkness fell he had yielded to an Ir resistible Impulse and crept close to Abrahams tent wondering tho while whether they know he had returned and had been present at the feast But as Sarah poured her complaint Into Abrahams ear he won learned that she did know Ills first impulse was to spring to his feet and rush off to tell his mother but checking himslf he lay still straining his ears to hear Abrahams reply But no sound came from the tent save what seemed to him like a groan and the anger and resentment which first filled his heart gradually gave place to an overpowering sense of loneliness and separation Would his father turn against him Had he ceased to love and care for him since Isaac halt come The moments as he waited seemed like hours The nervous strain was beginning to tell upon him and ho was trembling as though afflicted with the ague Again the sharp insistent voice of Sarah was heardCast out this bondwoman and her son for the son of this bondwoman shall not be heir with my son even with Isaac Again the groan and then the form of Abraham appeared In the doorway and in the dim light shining from within he caught a glimpse of his fa thers griefstricken face and he knew that ho cared What comfort it brought to his heart How It cheered him Mother exclaimed the boy after he had told her all why is It that we have to suffer so Is there no place for me Does not God care Oh my son moaned the mother It is all a deep mystery to me I understand It not save that in thy birth was not realized the promls sfil God to Abraham And when Is was born to the aged Sarah then thought concerning thee was changf And while they talked thus logo and groped for the light Abrel struggled alone In the darkness be Gods altar It was a conflict bejtn aflection and faith between the i ural and the spiritual for Iahmacl son born after the flesh could have place or part In Gods plans for 1s4 the son of promise And God said uj Abraham Let It not be grievous In thy si because of the lad and because of bondwoman In all that Sarah he said unto thee hearken unto I voice for in Isaac shall thy seed called And also of the son of t bondwoman will I make a nation rcause he is thy seed God asks us to do the hard thi sometimes that out of it blessing n come It was so with Abraham obedience and faith he andt pathway pointed outby God Sarah noted the air of quiet decisl with which Abraham entered the to and her quick intuition told her wl his answer would be to her dema Reaching out her hand and placing lovingly upon her boy as he lay sl4Ing by her side she closed her e contentedly and went to sleep But in the tent of the other worn no sleep came to close her eyes a as she sat and watched by the side her boy who had dropped off to ale overcome by the weariness and exclt ment of the day her mind ran bad over the years to the time when th angel had spoken to her In the wilder ness after she had fled from her mis tress assuring her that the Lord would multiply her seed As the years had come and gone since then she had quite forgotten the details of the angels message but tonight with the vividness as though It were but yes terday she recalled his words He will be a wild man his hand will be against every man and every mans hand against him and he shall dwell to the east of all his brethren At the time they had meant little to her but tonight with the words of Sarah beating relentessly upon her heartstrings they came with new light and meaning As the night dragged out its weary length the con viction grew upon her that she must go and as the first early streaks of dawn told of returning day she arose and busied herself with her preparations Then awakening her son and bidding him rise she said with a calmness and decision which surprised even herself Comet my son let us be going Going mother Where stan mered the astonished boy and then recalling the incidents of the night before he quickly added Oh mother bas Abraham told us to goT Footsteps sounded on the outside of the tent and before the mother could reply the voice of Abraham was heard calling tenderly Ishmael my son Ishmael Hagar stepped to the tent door and calmly faced the perturbed Abraham who had not expected to find anyone awake and while he was struggling to speak some word out of his full and overburdened heart she quietly said Wo ivr ready to go The Chinaman may have his pipe dreams In the heart of London but he does not speak of tho matter aloud London officialdom will deny that the opportunity exists in tho great city It is a difficult thing for a white man to gain entrance to the place where the opium smokers gather for their orgy It is nothing like the ease with which such a desire can be accomplished In for Instance San Francisco China town The EngUsh when it comes to having opium in their own land are highly virtuous t d3 f vt 0I Sc0 Mechanically Abraham held out thai bread and tbe bottle of water which he had brought with him and placed them upon her shoulder He wes too overcome by astonishment to question Who told you lie wondered If an angel had spoken to her and thus made hiD heartbreaking task easier The Lord this night hath spoken good concerning the lad at last he managed to say as Hagar and Ishmael Turned to go He hath declared that of him He will make a great nation Hagar nodded by way of reply while Ishmael looked doggedly before him Then they walked away towards tho south In the gray of the early morning and Abraham stood with bowed head and tear dimmed eyes watching then until at last they were lost to view is the distance Why art thou astir so early and where hast thou been queried Sarah as Abraham returned to his tent with slow and heavy step God hath granted thy wish re sponded Abraham with choking voice averting his face that his wife might not see the tears which welled from his eyes They are gone And out in the wilderness ot Beer sheba Hagar wandered alone with her son Alone Nay did she but know It the Lord was near to comfort and help her In her need But she ielt alone Desolation and death seemed to lie before her She struggled to remember what the angel had promised her concerning the lad she tried to find comfort in the assuring words which Abraham had spoken as she de- partEd but the wilderness surrounded her no shelter opened to receive her no hand was visible to help and the distress of the moment drove all other thoughts away And Ishmael trudging on In silence by his mothers side noted the deepening look of distress in her face felt the spirit of her discouragement and within him there rose a purpose and ambition which ho had not known be fore During that walk in the wilder ness Ishmael th9 boy was transformed Into Ishmael the bravehearted man of the wilderness The hopes which he had had as a son of Abraham faded before the enlarging ambition which came as he realized the old life was behind gone forever and that before him were new possibilities and untried powers Ho tried to comfort his mother but she would not be comforted Let us rest here for we cannot go farther tonight said Hagar wearily as they came to a sheltered place amidst the rocks where the grasses grew Seating themselves they ate of the bread and quenched their thirst and then prepared to He down to sleep Tomorrow we will press on towards mine own country spoke Hagar half to herself giving expression to the thought which was running through her mind And then moved by an im pulse born of the old memories that crowded In upon her she told Ishmael of Egypt of her early life there of her service in Pharaohs household tnd of how she had been given to Sarah Abrahams wife when she and Abraham had been sent away That was many years ago concluded the mothe thottelltfHul P 4 i tf i 4 j f e I it r rest iththesilentstaF- ootsore and weary they started the next morning after having partaken of their last bit of bread and havlngdralned their last drop of water from the leathern bottle Fierce did the sun beat down upon them and fevered became their heads and parched their lips At last Ishmael completely overcome sank to the cart hv unconscious and with break leg heart the mother half dragged halt carried him to the shelter of some shrubs growing near Seizing the water bottle she tried to squeeze from It one refreshing drop of water to cool the raging fever of theboy but only the dry crackling of the skin came to mock her efforts In the frenzy of her grief she flung it from her and then realizing how powerless she was to give her boy any relief and unable longer to look upon his unconscious suffering face she fled from the spot weeping bitterly and crying Let me not see the death of the childAnd In that moment of her anguish she lifted her streaming eyes to heaven and cried for help And the angel of God called to Hagar out of heaven and said unto her What alleth thee Hagar Fear not for God hath heard the voice of the lad where he Is Arise lift up the lad and hold him in thine hand for I will make of him a great nation And God opened her eyes and she saw a well of water and she went and filled the bottle with water and gave the lad drink And God was with the lad and he grew and dwelt In thewil derness and became an archer And he dwelt In the wilderness of Paran and his mother took him a wife out of tilt land of Egypt The United States Iff by far the largest of all tho civilized nations except Russia which has about 130000 000 Inhabitants The German empire has 66000000 AustriaHungary 47000 000 Japan 47000000 the United Kingdom 42000000 France 38000000 Italy 32000000 and Spain 18000000 China has 350000000 but she dqes not count in a calculation of this sort Owing to the rapid growth of the United States the English language Is now spoken by more persons than use any other civilized tongue c I fi Ai l F L i1 4 I Kentucky PickUps THE HARGISES The Murder Charges Against Them Were Dismissed Jackson Ky June 19Atter consulting the attorneys and addressing to each prisoner tho direct question of whether he had anything to do with the murder of James Marcum Magis trate Allen dismissed the charge of murder preferred in his court against James Hargls Alex Hargis and B F French concluding one of the moat dramatic sessions ever held In a Ken tucky court and relieving Jackson of a tension of excitement that has lasted throughout the trial Tho proceedings were enlivened by Incidents of the trial that were feared to be working the factions into fight ing moods Prosecuting Attorney Blanton angered at James Hargls crossexamination of a witness arose suddenly shook his fist under the in Urrogators face and turning toward Magistrate Allen said This court can go to the Cavil Blanton left the room but at Mrs Maroums plea returned and continued in the case participating In the con sultation which preceded the courts announcement of tho dismissal of the case EXCESSIVE HEAT At Bowling Green the Thermometer Registered 101 Degrees Louisville Ky June 19 Excessive prevailed throughout Kentucky Sunday the temperature at all of tho weather bureaus reporting stations fie Ing above 90 degrees At Bowling Green tho thermometer registered 101 degrees while the official record for Louisville showed 97 degrees the high est Juno temperature for many years At Henderson a severe electrical storm did considerable damage to property and caused tho suspension of street car traffic for some time No fatali ties as the result of heat prostrations have thus far been reported anywhere In pie state KILLED A BOY Later In a Fit of Remorse Cosby Committed Suicide Knttawa Ky June 19S C Cosby who located here a few weeks ago set ting up a jewelry and watch repair shop died from the effects of morphine taken with suicidal Intent He came here from Fredonla Ky It is reported that while hunting some months ago In company with a boy an altercation arose and in selfdefense ha shot and killed the boy This act preyed upon his mind until be com mitted the act He leaves a wife and three small children In a penniless condition He Toyed With a Pistol Covington Ky June 19 Clarence Everson while toying with a pistol at his home accidentally let the hammer droDjind the pistol was discharged bullet Imbeaaefi itself in his left to wounding him so seriously that 4feared his leg will have to be am titedi IitLooks Like Murder klndman Ky June i9Tho body t Alice Bradley 30 was found hang K from a tree by a party of hunters Quicksand creek near this city A Ish in the back of the womans head authorities to believe thai decoyed to the spot and mur Ithe the Differences City Ky June 19At Be r near here Htnry Brown killed ro Patton Patton went to Browns so to settle differences between Mldreir Brown secured Pat s pistol shooting the latter three s In the head- Slot Machines Return- ewport Ky June 19There wa ave of indignation in Newport when people learned that the slot mat es which had been ordered out 1 by the mayor had reappeared saloonkeepers will fight the mat In the courts The Highest In Nine Years xlneton Ky June 19The heat e has been intense There were prostrations W H Smith ands Fain both of whom however out of danger The mercury WM the highest point for June reached nine years I Accidentally Shot HImself ngloBrKy June 19 Bralnard Bayia the son of Waterworks Com missioner Bayless of Oovlngton accidentally shot himself In the left arm Bayless was cleaning his revolver and did not know it was loaded MARKET REPORT Cincinnati June 17 CATTLECommon 3 25 4 25 Heavy steers 5 35 5 50 CALVESExtra 6 25 HOGSCh packers 5 35 5 40 Mixed packers 5 25 5 35 SHEEPExtra 4 10 4 15 LAMBSSpring 7 15 7 25 FLOURSpring pat 6 00 6 35 WHEAT No 2 red 102 0 1 0- 4No3red 92 COUN No 2 mixed 57 No 2 white 5734 RYENo 2 81 8- 3OATSNo2 mixed 33 HAY Ch timothy 11 50 PORKClear mess 14 15 LARD Steam 6 70 BUTTERCh dairy 13 Choice creamery 2134 APPLESChoice 3 25 3 75 POTATOESPer bbl 1 25 160 TOBACCONew 5 00 013 00 Old 4 60 14 76 Chicago FLOUR Winter natt 10 5 50 WHEATNo 2 red 9- 8No3red I98 105 CORNNo 2 mixed 541i OATSNo2 mixed 31YII RYENo 2 77 PORKMess 12 65 12 70 LARDSteam 7 20 7 2234 New York FLOURWin strt 4 60 4 65 WHEATNo 2 red 1 06 CORNNo2 mixed 6- 1OATSNo2 mixed 35A anI RYEWestern 82 PORK Family 13 4713 73 LARDSteam 7 10 725 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 1 00 CORNNo 2 mixed 58Ya 58C CATTLESteers 4 00 4 50 SHEEP No 1 3 00 3 60 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 98 CORNNo 2 mixed 66 OATSNo 2 mixed 35 PORK Mesa 11 00 LARD Steam 0 6 60 Indianapolis WHEAT No 2 red 983 CORNNt 2 mixed 0 4- 8OATSNo2 mixed 303 a r ixSri t SWORN OFF ON PEANUTS The Henpecked Man Arouses the Suspicion of His BetterHalf by Eating Them I am fond of peanuts said the henplekllmanL according to the Pbiladcl ut Ive had to give tnem nn Xo not on account of health 1ou see my wife acted no foolish about it that I cut out the peanut habit simply to keep peace in the family I frequently used to buy a hag to take home in the evening and generally ate a few on the way Well the other wbo has a most slIRpiclOU nuturtIIneered at toe when I reached lleen tog peanuts again have you she remarked Why yes my dear Isaidpulling the bag front my Fine thing to sober up on ehshe continued I gazed at her in blank amazement Oh oil neednt play innocent hewent on I know all about it How many drinks have you had today My dear I ex rnstIated i dont know uu mean i have had nothing to drink Dont tell me she Ive found you out at last And with that the flashed on me some foolish newspaper clipping to the effect that after inbibing too freely a few peanuts have a wonderful effect in sober ing a person up Of course aU argu ment and denial would be futile rather than that I have given up peanuts S KYLE SLEPT PRETTY WELL hut the Drummers in Neighboring Rooms Could Not Say as Much Representative Kyle of a high sweet tenor voice and isknswn to his colleagues as the sweet Miiger from Ohio lie is in great demand at dinners where he sings old Scotch songs paperWhentrict last fall he arrived at a country hotel where half n dozen drummers were to- put up for the night also Kyle told the landlord he wanted a quiet room where he could sleep undisturbed as he was very tiredNext morning at breakfast the drum mers were protesting loudly because their ret had been disturbed bv the snoring of the man in room 10 They variously theyhadbad not slept a wink How did you sleep asked one of the drummers of Kyle thinSCrommorning I got a great nights rest In heavens name where did you sleep asRed the drummers- In rcom Kyle replied SAVED CHILDS LIFE Remarkable Cure of Dropsy by Dodds Kidney Pills SedgwickArk June 19The case of W bythoseof the most wonderful on record In this connection his father makes the following statement Last September little boy had dropsy his feet and limbs were swollen to such an extent that he could not walk or put his shoes on The treatment that the doctors were giving him seemed to do him no good and two or three people said his days were short even the doctors two of the best in the country told me he wouldnot get better I stopped their medicine and at once lent Dodds Kidney Pills I gave him three Pills a day one morning noon and night for eight at the end of the eighth day the swelling was all gone but to give the medicine justice I him eleven more Pills I used thirtyfive Pills in all and he was entirely I consider your medicine saved my childs life When the thirtyfive Pills were given him he andsini whereas before he was an mothers arms from morning until nigh- tPerennial Failure Old Dougbgraft has made another as- einment Its getting to be chronic with bits isnt O yes The boys on the street reCer to him as Old Peach Crop Cleveland Leader AVtgctablcPreparaiionrorAs slmllaling UicFood an4ll ling ihcStomachs andBpwcls of JNFNTS HILDKIN PromotesDigeslioaChccrM ness andRestContalns neither OpiumMorphine nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC JaZvtard1lsQ5Lzzn7asi ETnr yforConti1malion Worms Convulsions Feverish ness andLoss OF SLEEP facSimiiSignature or NEW YORK EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER LION 3- Dors Lydia E Vegetable Oomjtouiul 1is a positive cure for all those painful i ailments of women It will entireln cure the worst forms of Female Ota i 1 plaints nfl Ovarian troubles Jnflnni1 i matlon and Ulceration Falling and f Displacements of the Womb and con o sequent Spinal Weakness and is pectt iarly adapted to the Change of Life Every time it will cur- eBackache i It has cured more cases of Leucor rhoea than any otherremedy the world has ever known It is almost infallible in such cases It dissolves and expels Tumors from the Uterus in an early stage of development That Bearingdown Feeling causing pain weight and headache is instantly relieved and permanently cured by its use Under all circum stances It acts in harmony with the female system It correc- tsIrregularity Suppressed or Painful Menstruation jBloatingtion Headache General Debility Also Dizziness FainJfl8B Extreme Lassitude dontcare and wanttobelef feeling excit ability irritability nervousness sleep t lessness melancholy or the blues and backache Thjfse are sure indications of Female Weakness some derangement of the Uterus For Kidney Complaints and Backache of either sex the Vegeta ble Compound is unequaledIYou can write Mrs Pinkham about yourself in strictest confidence LIDU X PLIKDIH MED CO Ijai Bias Plenty of Poor Moderate wealth is defined by a magazine writer as annual income of not lees i than 2000 nor more than 10000 a year If this is correct a lot of moderately wealthy people are today in straitened circumstances Chicago RecordHerald f fittheItherSomebook do not hesitate to steal a state The Commoner Cures WhileIt You Walk 1Allens FootEase is a certain cure for hot sweating callous and swollen aching feet Sold by all Druggists Price 25c ntacceptany substitute Trialpackage FREE fAddress Allen S Roy N L When a man undertakes to prove his importance he is inclined to overstep the mark Bulletin 1Isaved my life three years agoMrs Thee Robbln Norwich N Y 17 1900 Misfortune teaches a man who are his true friends It also makes him lonesome Town Topics T1f CASTORIA IFor Inrants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Beiithe AIVMP Signature fA5i of T In itP Use Ii- r For Over 1 Thirty Years J CASTORIA r The Secret of Good Coffee Even the best housekeepers cannot make n good cup of coffee without good material Dirty adulterated and queerly blended coffee such as unscrupulous dealers shovel over counters wont do But take the ure clean natural flavored III COFFEE PJnkhams flatulency Philadelphia Ike leader ef aH Backaae celfee5 II i1the coffeo that for over a quarter of a century has been daily welcomed in millions of homesand you will make a drink fit for n king in this way HOW TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE Vie LION COFFEE because to get best retnlU you must DM the beet coffee Grind yOur LION COFFER rather floe Use a tablespoonful to each cup and one extra for the pot First mix It with a little cold water enough to make a thick e and add white of an egg If egg Is to be used as a settler then follow one of the following rules 1st WITH BOIUNG WATEH Add koUIasj water and let It boll THREE MINUTES ONLY Add a llttlb cold water and act aside live propUy2d yow cold water to the paste d bring It to a boll Then act aside alllI a iSSUe cold water and la live minutes IVa reads to serve Dont boil it too lorg Dctnt let it stand more than ten minutes before serving Dont use water that has been boiled before TWO WAYS no snrriz COFFEE groundLtoNI conrInle part of the whito of an egg mhlng itwith the 2 With Cold Water inted of egg Mterbofllngadd a dash of cold water and set said for eight or Wa minutes then serTe thTough a strainer Insist on getting a pacIage 01 genuIne UON COtkTLr pare It according to this ecIpe and yon will only nse- UON COittk In Inture Sold only in 1 lb sealed packages Lionhead on every package Sav theso Lionheads for valuable premiums SOLD BY GROCE1S EVERYWHERE WOOLSON SPICE CO Toledo Ohio jtp I i H r HJr NEWS ITEMS FOR ul THE BUSY READER I All Important Happenings That Have Recently Transpired b Throughout the World 1lP EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD jCrimes and Casualties the Movements of Government Official and Other I 2 Interesting Events Culled IS Condensed and Noted r JL movement to have the peace nego i vAlatlons between Russia and Japan take place In Chicago should a cHaaga from Washington be desired has been 1InauguratedfI Gov John A Johnson sent ames 11sageto the president inviting the Rus ItslanJapanese plenipotentiaries to a meet in St Paul Minn in the event of some other place being selected than Washington The Japanese correspondent of the 1DaIly Telegraph at MoJI Japan says a rainy season has started In Man churia and the mud In the roads Is I knee deep but this will not Interfere I with military operations STheSt Petersburg Gazette publishes a sensational interview with the secre tary of the Chinese legation to the ef feet that Russia must conclude Immediate peace as Gen Linevitchs army Is entirely surrounded I A dispatch from the headquarters of the Russian army at Godzyadanl de- scribesUt t fighting In the vicinity of Llao J Yangwopeng from 2 till 8 oclock on the morning of June 16 The Russian artillery at first forced the Japanese to retreat along tho whole line In l the meantime another force of Japan 4 v4 ese turned the Russians right flank compelling the Russian dqtachment to retire from Llao Yangwopeng At this moment a strong Japanese Infantry i column was observed approaching It was announced at the navy de partment that the contract for the an nual supply of tobacco for the navy v4 aggregating 160000 pounds would be awarded to Butler Bosher of Rich 1 mond Va whose bid was 34 4 cents I tL per pound Amid the cry of thieves and crooks and under the protection of a squad of police the committee on street railways of Philadelphia city 4 council referred to the city solicitor for his opinion as to their legality tour bills repealing ordinances granting street ear companies the right to use- 110 miles of street to lay tracks with out the city receiving any compensa 4tlon for the franchises a Theodore P Delyannls Ute popular premier of Greece was stabbed and mortally wounded by a professional gambler named Gherakarls at the wmainentrance of the chamber of dep utiQS AthensI e The Joint exercises of the army and navy appear to demonstrate that it would be almost impossible for a small 1 fleet to run the batteries at Fort Mon ocToe va and get Into Hampton Roads The mortars and searchlights have done most satisfactory work I Commissioner of Pensions Warner received a contribution of 1924 to the conscience fund of the treasuryp It came from a pensioner and repre sented the sum total of the pension money drawn by him since the civil war Auctioneers of all tho principal states gathered in Chicago In response to a call issued several months ago for the purpose of organizing an Interna tional association The government of Panama in aC- cordance with the desires of the canal commission and the local bankers has decided to coIn 1000000 silver pesos I jThJs step Is Calculated to relieve the and for silver Great Britain as one of the powers signatory to the Madrid sgnsentfon of 1830 In answctUe request of the sultan of Morocco to join an interna tional conference for the consideration of the Moroccan question has an nounced that its preference Is not to take any part in IU The state department has been offl dally advised of the acceptance by I Italy and Austria of the Invitation to participate in a conference for the 4 r settlement of affairs in Morocco Much uneasiness prevails In official quarters in Paris concerning the Fran i coGerman situation growing out off the Moroccan question The strained relations between Ger fmanY and Franco over Morocco con tinue to give rise to serious apprehen Ii alone but while openly admitted that JOi there are real difficulties Involved the i officials protest against this being made the basis of exaggerated reports V Presbyterians will petition the f state legislature to have the town of Talmage N C named for the late i 1 Rev T De Vltt Talmage changed They say it Is not worthy of the name It bears I 0 President Roosevelt expects to pass the greater part ol October 23at Tus alreadythis honor emploYedfi1 Brtlke because lumber was at the plant by nonunion drivers em f ployed by the Lumbermens associa Jt1onDeputy United State Marshal D O 4 Williams of Danville Ill has unearth t ed 11808 In counterfeit money on a i farm near Rldgefarm v Harry BReed Canton Oand Miss 1 Geprgie McDonald only child of John 1 B McDonald millionaire builder of the ti Subway were married In New York il f Reed II5Mengineer In his fatherIn laws employ r b J Allen Hencterson a young nygrowas3 f banged at St Charles Mo convicted bf the murder of a negro It known as Old Joe Buckner near 5 i Weltzville 4 The court of appeals of the District bl Columbia held that the smoke law t of the District applied to gover- nmentriblllldlngsas well ae to private estab J I Intelligence has been received at 4 provinceSWan r j y O tabllslunent of tho new Yale 0ge at Qhengsha in that province k f ColILH Adams of the American association urges that steps be J h Skea toeCUfeJslatlonln all the states making ltJ e of the flag 1 iischool1tousesCO1pulsor An automobile occupied by Mr and- Mrs Richard 8 Sayer of Englcwood N J and their two o SWa struck 7V- by an Erie train near Goshen N Y Nrl sad MfhYer were instantly it kIll asd tfcettBOM were fatally hurt i Ii ft t 4 r P r 4jL4rC 1p F Louisville decorated to An extent hitherto unknown and smiled on with typical summer weather extended the hand of hospitality to a neverending stream of arriving veterans who came to attend the Kith annual reunion of the United Confederate Veterans For the second time in five years the United Confederate Veterans and aux illary organizations gathered in Lou isville Ky for their annual reunion Chaplain Gen Jones In his Invocation prayed that the blessing of Almighty God may rest upon the president of these United States and that he may mbe enabled to be the president of the whole country and of every section The United Confederate Veterans reelected their old officers as fellows Commanderinchief Lieut Gen Stephen D Lee Mississippi commander transMississippi department Lieut Gen W L Cabell Texas commander army of Tennessee department Lieut Gen Clement A Evans Georgia corn mander army of Northern Virginia department C Irvine Walker South the shot riddled battleflags that floated over many a sodden field and to the thrilling strains of Dixie that oft had cheered them on to victory or defeat the veterans who wore tho gray marched in review before thousands of peoplo gathered In Ken tuckys chief city Louisville to do them honor Orders were received at the New York navy yard from the navy department at Washington to remove the guns In the fighting tops of the battleship Alabama Orders have been is sued also that the guns are not to be replaced in the fighting tops of the battleship Indiana which Is being repaired It is reported that the guns aro to be replaced by range finders and that similar orders were to be is sued regarding other battleships Plans have been ordered for a million dollar passenger steamer with a speed of 21 miles an hour to run between Detroit and Cleveland The Increase in assessments by the Royal Arcanum has caused a storm in the large membership of the order throughout Virginia Members every where are threatening to revolt- A granite shaft erected in memory of thoso who lost their lives in the dis aster to the excursion steamer General Slocum In East river was unveil ed in the Lutheran cemetery in Middle Village L I Secretary of State John Hay arrived from Europe on tho steamer Baltic much Improved in health but plainly showing that he was far from being a well man- Princess Margaret of Connaught niece of King Edward and grand daughter of Queen Victoria was married to Prince Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden son of the Swedish crown prince at Windsor Commissioner of Pensions Warner decided that after July 1 all orders for medical examination of pension claim ants shall emanato from the medical branch of the bureau under direction of the medical referee The treasury department issued a warrant for 5S3 in favor of President Roosevelt which represents the two months extra pay allowed to officers In the Spanish war under an act pass ed by congress In 1899 The greatest scandal Chicago has ever seen according to States Attor ney Healy is to follow the disclosures made before the grand Jury by John C Driscoll when the former secretary of the Associated Building Trades and Coal Team Owners association reveal ed the entire history of the dealings between employers and union labor leaders particularly that branch of union labor represented by the Chica go Teamsters union fA new dry dock over 700 feet long and of proportions sufficient to accom modate the most powerful warship afloat is to be built at the Newport News shipyards The work will cost 11000000 It is probable that no successor to Grand Duke Alexis who resigned his position as high admiral of the navy will be appointed and that the affairs of his department will been trusted to a responsible ministry Mrs Paul Klass killed her four small children and then committed suicide at her home near Kleler Wis lit healthChief Justice Melville W Fuller is to retire from the United States su preme bench and to be apponted by the president as a member of the In ternational board of arbitration See retary of War Tart is to be appointed chief Justice- Business failures In the United States for the week ending June 15 number 177 against 194 last week 181 fn the like week in 1904 165 In 1903 and 177 in 1902 Mrs Sarah Burrier Rhodes who was born In Carroll county Ohio on July 25 1800 died at Marshall Okla Michael Rhodes whom she married In Michigan died 32 years ago at Fort Wayne hid She was the mother of 13 children Gladstone Dowfe and Judge Barnes have practically completed the deal for the purchase of the Gonzales ranch in the Stat of Tamaullpas This tract comprises 1000000 acres Through the explosion of a cask of oil at the plant of the National Tube Co at McKeesport Pa four men were burned so seriously that they will die The treasury department began the Issue of a new 20 gold certificate of an enUrely original design to take the place of the old certificates Mt Vesuvius has entered upon a new phase of activity which has resulted In widening the recently made opening next to the crater A reception was given to VIce PresI dent Fairbanks and Mrs Fairbanks at the home of his brother W D Fairbanks at Mansfield For the first time In the history of the West Point military academy representatives of tho Chinese empire were admitted as cadets In the insti tuUon A fatal case of plague Is reported at Manchester Eng by the local gov ernment board the victim being a cook on board a vessel from Buenos AyresOrders were issued at the war department directing the formation of two provisional regiments of field artillery These relgments are to be organized for drilling and field ma neuvers During gun practice on board the British firstclass battleship Magnifi cent off Tetuan a 6lnch shell ex ploded Eighteen persons including four officers were wounded 11 of them seriously Services In celebration of the 100th anniversary the birth of Gen Rebf ert Anderson of Fort Sumter fame were held in memorial hall West Point NY The state of Maine will be represented at the Jamestown exposlton by a building which will be a duplicate of the birthplace in Portland Me of Henry W Longfellow I Assistant Secretary MelvlTle W MI- ler of the department of the interior presented his resignation to the president and It was accepted In succes sion the president appointed Jesse Wilson of Indiana The General Paper Co sued by the government to determine whether it Is a combine in restraint of trade has lost Its contention before the United Stats circuit court Milwaukee that It should not be compelled to produce Its books to supply evidence In response to the prosecutors search for evidence With the opening of the Truckee Carson canal below Reno Neb the first Irrigaton system constructed by the government under the reclamation act a new area was opened for Nevada and the entire west The main canal runs from Derby 15 miles east of Reno on the Truckee river to a point 10 miles above Loetvllle on the Carson river a distance of 31 miles Johann Hoch arch bigamist and convicted of wife murder Is In a cheerful frame of mind A representative of a New York publishing house called to see the uxoricide and told him that if he would agree to write a complete and readable hstory of his life he would pay him JlOOO Mrs William Jennings Bryan and Miss Bryan sailed for Europe on the steamer Vaderland Eighty tons of goldU5OOOOOo together with silver and currency amounting to 10000000 or 55000 000 In all were hauled through the streets from the old subtreasury in the RandMcNally bulding to the New federal building Chicago The Paris Journal prints the official announcement of Premier Rouvlers nomination as minister of foreign af fairs and that of M Merlou as mIn- Ister of finance- J Graham Phelps Stokes the millionaire philanthropist and Rose Har net Pastor former cigar maker and ghetto girl will be married in New York on July 18 The ceremony Is to be marked by simplicity Miss Pastors wedding dress cost less than 40 It Is all ready Samuel Davis America instructor of the Panama police died in Panama His death Is deplored as the police had greatly Improved under his in struction Davis formerly was a detective sergeant of the New York city Arthur L Wagner U S A of Washington who went to Asheville N C about six weeks ago in search of health died suddenly of tuberculosis contracted while in service in the Phil ippinesDr M Ayers of Hamilton 0 who has been since 1898 the United States consul at Rosario Argentine was officially notified that he had been removed from office Profits of 1250000 In three years are said to have been made by the Continental Finance Co and an aWed concern kown as the Continental Fi nancing Co of Chicago for both of whch concerns the Western Trust and Savings bank was appointed a receiver- A C Scfton of Mt Vernon was found dead by campers in a grove near Columbus 0 with a bullet hole in his head and the revolver lying near Indicating suicide Fire practically destroyed the entire town of Johnson City five miles from Marion Forty buildings includ ing the entire business sectloMSvera burnedPascal VP Pratt millionaire merchant and banker died In Buffalo N Y He had undergone an operation and never rallied from the shock Ina pitched battle on a negro ex cursion train returning from Atlanta Ga to Columbus 11 negroes wero kill ed and three dangerously wounded As the result of a quarrel among members of a fishing party on the Dan river ten miles south of Poplar Bluff Mo Charles Booth Charles Vander pool and Cleveland Parrett were shot killedThe Louis Typographical union rescinded Its action of June 8 in accepting a contract calling for a nine hour day and an advance of 150 a week in wages for the union Job prin tersThe flags of every nation represented in Havana are at halfmast over the legations and consulates in honor of the death of Gen Maximo Gomez and from Cabanas fortress a gun booms every half hour In every street there are long rows of Cuban flags draped in of dead fish are floating on the surface of Spruce Run creek a tributary of tho Raritan river near Somerville NJ as the result of a break In the Tidewater Oil Cos pIpe- line near Glen Gardner N J The great Armour ice houses at Pe waukee Wis were struck by light ning and practically destroyed In ad dition to the ice houses the residence of the superintendent the barns and the boarding house with 50 rooms were destroyed Loss 225000 During a thick fog which has prevailed on the upper lakes for the past week the steel freight steamers Etru via and Amasa Stone collided ten miles off Presque Isle light In Lake Huron The Etrurla went to the bottom Thirtyfive Koreans were examining a torpedo which washed ashore on the coast when the torpedo exploded and all the Koreans were blown to atoms Relatives wero notified of the serious illness of Francis Murphy 69 the temperance apostle who is living on his California farm Mayor R W Speer haa telegraphe to President Roosevelt a formal Inv tatlon to the Russian and Japanese peace plenipotentiaries to hold their sittings in Denver Harvey Smith John Collier and Will Jackson three negro murderers were hanged at Decatur Ala The Harriet AHart a passenger steamer bound from Mackinac to Detour Mich was burned when a few miles from Detour The seven passen gers and the crew were picked up by the steamer Junlata Rev Dr Wm Henry Locke former pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church attended by the late President McKInley in Canton 0 died at the home of his son In Brooklyn as the result of a stroke of apoplexy American Ambassador Conger was presented officially to President Dies iu the hall of ambassadors in the na tional palace- A strike or lockout of 3500 Chicago printers is forecasted by action of the Chicago Typothetae which Is trying to head off the elghthourday move ment which the printers are planning to put into effect soon The American Federation of Labor appointed a committee to wait upon President Roosevelt to present to him the matter of an alleged attempt be- Ing made to nullity the Chinese exclu sion act Near Valdosta Ga an assassin fired on three children of W Ia Carter Two were killed and the other was wounded tj JIe TO ARRANGE PEACE Washin ton Was Selected as tho Meeting Place M Neltdoff Hat Already Accepted the Chairmanship of the Russian Mis sion Conference To Convene the Middle of August St Petersburg June 19 Russia has finally and definitely accepted Wash ington as the meeting place of tho Russian and Japanese plenipotentiaries the foreign office having waived its request for reconsideration at tho personal direction of the emperor whose desire to give the fullest and fairest opportunity to President Roose veILs proposal for a peace conference Is thereby manifested In certain quarters here onvy and Jealousy of the United States are Ill concealed Tho entire collapse of the negotiations was predicted Saturday and there was almost open exultation at what was declared to be a rebuff to Juno 19 Russia and Japan have tentatively decided each to appoint three plenipotentiaries to represent them in the Washington conference M Neltdoff It is understood has already accepted the chairmanship of the Russian mission and is being consulted about selection of his asso ciates but Washington has not yet heard whether Marquis Itos health will permit him to come as the rank Ing Japanese plenipotentiary Tho belief here Is that Field Marshal Yama gata will be designated m Itos place should the marquis be unable to ac cept It is expected that the confer ence will convene here about the mid die of August Pending the official announcement of the plenipotentiaries little progress toward tho arrangement of an armis tice is being attempted on either side A RAILWAY DISASTER TwentyFive People Killed In a Colll alon on Western Maryland Road Baltimore June 19The death roll of Saturday nights disaster on tho Western Maryland railroad now foots up 25 and this number is likely to bo increased from among the list of thoso grievously mangled All the dead were employes of the railroad return- Ing to their homes in the small towns along the railroad to spend Sunday With the exception of the train crews they had been at work repairing the damage done to the roadbed ten days ago by a minor freight wreck at Mt Hope Station near this city Tho train which was No 5 passenger westbound carried a large number of passengers all the coaches being filledThe fearful Impact drove the passenger tender into the baggage car and demolished it and the mall car In an instant the scene resfembled a shambles Along the track on both sides were scattered dead and fright fully mangled men while most of those who had been In the baggage car and on the engines were pinioned In the wreckage out of immediate reach of helping hands TEAMSTERS STRIKE Matter Taken Out of the Hands of Shea and the Board of Strategy Chicago June 19It is freely predicted by both the members or the Employers association and labor leaders that the teamsters strike which has been in progress for over two months will be a thing of the past before the end of the present week Efforts are now being made in two different directions to bring about an ad justment of the difficulty According to one of tho officials of the Chicago Federation of Labor the strike will be called off entirely by the strikers them selves As a step toward this end It was decided at an executive meeting of the Chicago Federation of Labor to begin missionary work with members of the Teamsters Joint Council The plan is to work on these officials and bring a majority of them to favor call- Ing oft the strike THE DEATH OF GEN GOMEZ Flag of Every Nation Represented at Havana at HalfMast Havana Juno 19The flags of ev ery nation represented in Havana aro at halfmast over the legations and consulates in honor of the death of Gen Maximo Gomes and from Ca banas fortress a gun booms every halt hour In every street there are long rows of Cuban flags draped in mourn- Ing and even the poorest tenements have crepe tied to the windows Tho Spanish club joined In the mourning by hoisting the Castilian flag at half mast The body of Gen Gomez was taken to the palace where it now lies in state in the principal salon surrounded by great masses of flowers sent by relatives friends comrades the government departments and so cia and political organizations The King of Norway London June 19The Copenhagen correspondent of the Dally Mail says he learns on excellent authority that the majority of the members of the Swedish riksdag are ready to accept King Oscars third son Prince Karl as king of Norway To Settle Far Eastern Affairs London Juno 19 According to tho Daily Malls Paris correspondent Em peror William has been sounding the powers with the object of convening an international conference to settle far eastern affairs Rr Adm Slgsbees Squadron New York June 19Rr Adm Sigs bees squadron which was detailed from the North Atlantic fleet to bring the body of John Paul Jones the first admiral of the American navy to this country started on its voyage to Cher- bourg France Two Men Are Found Dead Plttsburg June 19 Frederick Fu son and Gustave Spuszher were found dead in an abandoned house at Har wick Pa near here It is thought they were struck by lightning during a severe electrical storm Killed Wife and Self Chicago June 19After deserting his young wife because she protested against his having another wife In Eu rope Anton Port returned to the homo he had left and murdered his wife by shooting her He then shot himself through the head dying instantly A Pest of Caterpillars Houston Tex June 19Throughout- the eastern and southeastern sections of Texas there is a pest of caterpil lava and reports indicate they are do- Ing great damage to fruit trees cora and truck gardens I MADE NENSTRENGTH QUICKER THAN DOCTORS TONICS SAYS TYPHOID PATIENTS Young Lsdy Left byFerer In Very Weak Slate Uses Ir Williams Plak Jills with Gratifying Results After n fover such as typhoid or scar let has run its full course there remains therecovery of strength The tonio that will most rapidly increase the red cor puscles in tho blood is the one that will most quickly restore color to the palo cheeks strength to tho weak muscles and elasticity to the slnggish nerves So far nothing has over been produced su perior to Dr Williams Pink Pills for this purpose Miss Midendorf had been ill with typhoid fever for fourteen weeks She had a good physician who carrcid her safely through the critical stages When ho left nothing remained to be dono except to build up her strength whichwas Tory feeble and ho gave her some prescriptions for that purpose Hero how ever she met with disappointment I took the doctors tonics sho says II for two months after I had recovered from the fever but they did not do mo tho good Ilooked for My strength came back so slowly that I scarcely scorned to be making any progress at all Just then I rend in a book thrown in onr yard some striking testimonials showing what wonderful bloodbnildcrs and treugthglvera Dr Williams Pink Pills are I got a box of them soon after this and after I bad taken only about half of them Icould see a very groat improvement in my condition When I had used np two boxes I felt that I did not need any more medicine I have remained strong ever since Miss E B Midendorf lives at No 1601 Park street Quincy Ill Dr Wil llAma Pink Pills are the best remedy to use in all cases of weakness from whatever causo the system may bo run down In cases of debility dno to overwork they minister fresh strength and overcome nervous symptoms They are a specific for anaemia or bloodlessness They are- particuinryhelpful to girls on the verge of womanhood They meet nil the re quirements of the period known as tho change of lifo They correct spring languor They strengthen weak digestion and rouse up sluggish organs No other tonic combines so many virtues All druggists sell them- MEDICAL BREVITIES A Berlin doctor lays it down that the piano should never be used by a child under 16 years of age Out of 1000 girls who played before the age of 12 he found cases of nervous the Medical and Chlrurgical Society of London was founded in 1805 the barbersurgeon was still more or less tolerated At one of its early meetings one Dr Wardrop advocated the excellent custom of bleeding pa tients till they fainted so that they might be the subject of surgical opera tion while In an Insensible condition Attention has been drawn lately to the Insufficient food on which many of the children of the poor have to subsist and to the Impossibility of ill nourished brains assimilating a due amount of mental pabulum The food may In other Instances be sufficient and the child may yet be unpble to thrive upon it owing to defect in those much neglected organs the teeth Aii astronomer does not hall the discovery of a new star with any more enthusiasm than the average physician displays over a new or rare disease It was In this spirit that Sir Fred- erIck Treves received the account of ailments which the distinguished pa tient gave him Let me congratulate you he is reported as saying you have you lucky dog a disease which WAS thought to be extinct Forty thousand Arsons in London alone are sufferin from consumption according to Dr Arthur Lalham prize essayist of the Kings sanatorium If other forms of tuberculosis were included the number would bo not fewer than 80000 Consumption is responsible for the deaths of 8009 persons per annum in the metropolis and a similar number die from other tuberculous diseases all of them preventable None Will Accept Dont give me away Thus pleaded the tainted dollar with the trust baron Never fear was the sad respons- eI couldnt give you away It I tried to Chicago Sun No More Liquor Cures A London doctor announces that one will never want to drink if one will sit on a dish of apples The drinking should now stop Easily Raised One of the most successful crops that the suburbanite raises In his garden is blisters Chicago Sun No one whose els arC and ac thc contract these complaints Invari ably they are re sult of oYJ otc i J t S it HABITS Off NOTED KEN Andrew Carnegies pet aversion U tobacco At his New York residence one evening recently be gave a dinner and as usual was a genial host After the coffee Mr Carnegie confessed his dislike of smoke In such a way that plainly indicated he would be dis pleased If any of his guests availed themselves of the opportunity to retire to the billiardroom SenatorElect Brandegee of Con necticut makes a point of being scrupulously polite though thoroughly democratic It Is a habit of his never to talk to a woman with his head covered On the street or in an ele vator or In the office he lives up to this rule In addition he has the highest respect for women workers lie said at one time The women who toll are the only women of rank in America Robert Hoe the famous builder of printing presses has this for his fa Torlte maxim It Is better to get behind a thing and push It along than get In front of it and drag it after you In other words it is the work not the man that should attract at tentlon This expression of reserve helps to explain why it is that Mr Hoe is never Interviewed in the newspa pers He has an air of elegant leisure but works as hard as any of his employes thoroughly understanding every detail of his vast business Iwawa Oyama the Japanese Na poleon is every inch a soldier Be longing to the most aristocratic class in his country he is creator of the Japanese army as it is today From 1880 to 1889 he worked on the German plans of organization but sub sequently discarded it in favor of the French system on which lines he brought the military forces to their present marvelous state of perfection Officially he is a man of the fewest possible words but in private he1 is a delightful companion witty and en tertaining presldentobankersmokes cigars on what ho calls a ra tional plan In order to keep his appreciation of thrift in good work ing order he occasionally smokes a fivecenter One day lately the clerks In his bank became aware ot- a remarkable odor obstinate and suf focating When it was at its worst a messenger boy explained the mys tery on emerging from Mr Mortons private room Its all right he said to the cashier De boss is in dee smoking one o dem rankos NOTES FROM ABROAD Japans specie reserve stood at 225 000000 American gold value on January 1 1905 after 11 months of costly war Berlin railways are running special tree blossom trains to the outlying districts to enable town dwellers to enjoy the spring flowers and foliage The French government intends to make experiments in its Congo colony in the cultivation of a wild coffee tree discovered by the explorer M Cheva Grahamstown South Africa a lair of ostriches were sold recently for 5000 which is a record price The plucking from the chicks of this pair realized from 50 to 6250 a bird Manchuria is gaining by the war The ChuoShimbun estimates that fully 100000000 yen or 50000000 of Jap anese money had been disbursed in Manchuria up to the middle of April Among the beggar children of southern Italy there is rarely one who looks ill fed Though food Is scarce the sunshine and their life in the open air do much toward nourishing their bodies LibbyI II Lib bys Corned Beef Hash II Ox Tongue and MRS WILBERT THOMPSON 801 Main St Peoria III GRAPE TONIC CURED HIM I Stomach CONSTIPATION Troubles Indigestion Dyspep ale Blood Poison Skin Diseases Sores Sudden Bowel Trouble Diarrhea Cholera Etc I healthy Constipation the bow lierAt which means decayed poisoned and dying bowels or intestines Check diarrhea and you are liable to fatal blood poison a physic NVtureU Flavor and serious you adTtr makes worse There one right course and that treat cause Re- Tire and strengthen the bowels lute tines We will prove yon that Mulls Tonic Constipation and all t sik All i b j No Boom for Doubt So are goinlto marry the abookkeepertare the restaurant 1 hope you will be happySure I will answered the blonde waitress Be wakes 20 a week and HappyWell nil Own Great FoollahneM Your wife seems to think youll bunkoed she lets you out of her eight You must have once done some very foolish to have a woman look ing after rou like tha- tButtsI did I married herLouisville I and Horticultural Col elites on the Kansas City Southern Railway CountyArkansas Louisianapricefromon easy terms to actual settlers Lockes GeneralFanningfruit growing Loring Colony lies in a regionandare situated in a beautiful country with waterWriteEventMagazine ERoellerKansas City ito- Punishment to Fit the Crime JudgeIt stems to me Ive seen you be forePrisonerYou have my lord I used to give your daughter singing lessons Twenty yearsAnswera- I Always Had a Headache but since using Dr PushecksKuro has disappearedentirely This the best I ever used and I have informed many in Clayton about Robert Gold Clayton Wash betterifmaking goodmore men would make life goodBotoll Globe SICK HEADACHE 1 ARTosI and Bowel feeds back THIS as the also Dis tress frozu Dj and Too A Drowsiness Bad In the Pita tn the Side They tte Vegetable SYALL S1WL lOSE SIWl nICE I Genuine SignatuiILFhJ 25 as RI nter ur SO days In trial piaii with the aDd ftIeIII U Toe not closer cower milk klm wiltr run klm other Bpa can return tho a Mr ter earexpense asS hams IILSI flintS ear m nr thrwha Cat 4out atcm and O u sad will roomivi iv tutin m UTrsT AUTO TnwIll 8ft oar offer end free trial end eeTr the MOST LIBERAL II asstfastidiousBoneless Chicken Soup flesh isonly these terrible troubles because cleanses Blood makes starved and brings them nothingelse WRITE FREE ailing and I Tho contain thro 5O cent siZe They relieve spepsla digestion Hearty perfect Taste Month Coated Tongue imitregulate Purely PILL Must Bear intestines bottle Eating ToRPm Bowels 00 pondi perhour ttIlt ysua5sp czidu- staad1n 5Mb ccpr1io tstandvitasl SJIi turn I8I1l1raDd oaebatt soon milk Craua msyiaTopaIdfffriIght chstgs CIA- IcltlA bAfALOGUE AsTONISHINGLY nlWi II II II IILdJlty IMR AcIA1naSEAlS I For Hot Weather Ills BOTTLE bythese rem- bytorDIz7is5eNaiises Cream Separatorr prhourforZ9OOponudepsctty 340pGa InIaFOO Food Products SausageHim J 3 ALL DONE OCT I Wa1nutStreotUrbansIllsaysInk the fall 1809 after takIng Dosas Kidney Pills told the readers of this that they haS relieved me of kid ney trouble dis posed of a lame back with pain across my and beneath the shoul derblades During the interval which has have had occasion to resort to Doans Kid ney Pills when I ofIand every occasion the results obtained 4 were just as satisfactory as when the pills were first brought to my notice i 1 just as emphatically endorse the preparation today as did over two years ago FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y proprietors For sale by all druggists price 50 cents per boxfSUMMER II WHERE COOUNGtBREEZES BLOW j1THE 250 miles of coast line Ocean Sound and Bays Trending east and west is cooled in summer by the prevailing south winds from the ocean I 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communications to THE OUTLOOK PUBLISHING Coor to JOAN W HONAKER Owingsvillo Ky Subscribers desiring change of 2addresB should nl ways give previous address when writing- Correspondents when out of eta tionery should mention fact on a separate slip of paper No commission is allowed tInny w body on subscriptions THE OUTLOOK Is sent one yeark for one dollar FIX Binntlis for sixty k cents three months for thirtyfive 4E cents J THURSDAY JUNE 22 IP05 ANNOUNCEMENT FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce 4 dhis E Day of Morchiiid a can date for reeleclinn ns Representa tive from Bath and Ruwan court sties subject tu the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ic Waller Sharp of Shnrpohurg as n candidate for Representative from Hath anti Ho wan counties subject to the actIon of tho Democratic party e 4 s Licking Union t 1 MrAKannie Williums and Prudi- I c Armstrong went to Salt Lick las f Mondoy Fannie Abbott Tues Mn Rnda Fanning nnd tnn Ed iI ofJstimine county were guests of J WUnra Tuesday and Wed 4I nesday r 6 t Forge Hill 14lI t John L Vice is very low 1 Mrs Tom Powell Is visiting rela 4 0Uves in 1IIlnollIe JFe Miss May Svtetnam of Odessa spent the latter part of last week t e with her friend MrH SC Moore t i1 John Rowlings and family of 4 Licking Valley spent Sunday wit r f her cousin Charles awlonand family t t Mr and Mrs Tom Ulery nnd son f I e spent Saturday nnd Sunday with the formers father Sam Ulory Jtr bn Peeled Oak I 7ir West End f Mrs Frank McCain is no better S f New potatoes and beans are here I generally oi J E Piersall and Elsie Stone are e visiting friends and1 relatives near 1 Winchester this week j1 Mrs Wm Clayton who had been idling in Clark county the past 3week returned home Friday Samuel Piersall of color an ez i slave of the Piersull family is here paying his white kinfolks us he ti terras thea a visit V Married Thursday IL B Armi k tage lll11isl Lou Warner MrA i Ione lour best citizens whilu Miw Warner 8 a daughter of A W SfM iWarner anti a very deserving young vvvi fJfdjr J5 Olympian Mrs JL Jckson went to visit reiRtivesat Richmond Ky last week titfISrafatile Purvis ofSalt Lick visited friends here Saturday and Jiuada1 I George Jackson and wife were 4 gUest ofSi4 W rren and wife I T Ji Sunday w cr i MIEroeSwartllretu ned Sun Yjttiayaher a two weeks visit with v t i friends herevL F Jnffles Penix wife and children of upper Salt Lick visited relatives I yiere Thursday and Friday Misses Ivn Oakley of RoesRun t and Laura Goodpaster ofHoward 1 MIlIwer guests of W B Swart y iud will Wednesday and Thur vf dr11 J rt John Oakley and Wm Hart of j tR8ea Run J P Qopher wife and tf grandson Jessie Coyle Richardr CostigBB wile and son Lloyd aud1 f H JK Jackson all attended theCon l ftedai ate reunion at Louisville list t V f eekAtoM111I ElvaHnrt who 0 wss invited to attend the Old Fid idlers b t Okia i Veara having some very h + Weatier t r 1 1 t tNa Vice lost a aule colt by rl death last week 0 2 j Miss lilt Eden llIlt dherpar Aente at Bald Hill last week tr C Wheat harvesting avid hay mow tfI pillit will iwgio in this neighborhood thls weoX I k + WWWIdttoaof upper White A pak was the guest of Alpbeus Vice i andmilySinday- I jqr WiIn bought several i different parties here last TreI it BJ per pound r Y rJarrMeClure and wife of FairI flew Beighbprhpod visited lives hero Saturday night and SunI daypS SS= = 5 Mrs Alpheue Yioe and littla son V Lloyd visited her iiaterMrsJame vWde of upper White Oak Sat I Vurday and Sunday W T Atchison and wife o J jMbprefield visited the falters otberf Mrt Sarah Hendrix 8aU J lurday night and Sunday tt SaJaXathraiilbawght lungs last week uloll sNne of G R l I r Gray so vet I1iAJteyeJour of I J Joe Hendrix tw qt n c f C IIbelld46o rier hundred 1 iA 1i t 1c3fR 4+ i r J f 1tI 0 t1 Ii t t rt I 4 ir Ii fiI tJS r l t + Sz t oP r or 1Ji ti rIY J JlJi lFrri t L it ft 9 iIIJ p Cral gs Your scribe has been on the sick list Mrs Banks McCarty has been very gicl nod little daughter of lumen Crnig und wile in very kick Wm Lveryand wife wore In- OwillgllviJle Suliirdiiy to have Mr Lowerys eyes treated John Craig wifo nnd daughter Mia Lcllir of Salt Lirk were thin gtiestsof rejittives hero Sunday A nnhiiiK party huailed by Dr Frank Wella wits itt Lickint river several days lat t wick The catch was small MiiH Carrie Hntlon n chnrining and nrromplislied 3oiing indy of Coleton Bnyd rout ty is spending a month with friends here and III Knob Lick Slato Valley Our fruit will bo scarce Joe Lathrqm wife and children of Naylors Itraiich were gusotH of leo Rudder and family Sunday Mrs N A Shrout and children of near OwingRvillc were guests of Sam Shtiltz and family Monday Another hard ruin fell Thursday evening which kept the ground too woi to work the rest of the week F F Warren wifo and grand daughter Jusio Mauley of Craigo wore guests of the fatally of Chris Garner Sunday Mrs Wm Toy son Elzy and doughier Miss Amy visited the family of W E Atchison at Sushi Lick Tuesday Mrs Isaac Toynnd bushy accompanied by Miss Amy Toy vis ited time formers aunt Mrs InmoB lloyd mi upper Prickly Ash Wed nesday of lust week I have heard it said that n new broom swept clean hut it is nut the case with tho now road over seer Ion the road front the top of the hill to Slute creek id almost im passable Sharpsbur Miss Fanny Peck was in Cincinnati last week Thermometer registered 96 do grpes in time shade Sunday John English returned Sunday from a prospecting tour ih Texas hWIll DRrnabof Lexington is visiting the family of J R Trip lett Miss Nettle Heuton of Judy was the guest of the Muses Smitbnenr town last week Misses linda and Hattie Triplett and Wilt Durnaby attended the icecream supper Saturday night a Somerscl Miss Josephine Clancy a pretty and accomplished young lady of Carlisle was tho guest of relatives and friends here last week Married Thursday Juno 15Ittho residoncu of Mrs Leo Games Mt Sterling Elder II D dark of ficiutitig Mr James Whaley and Mrs Kuto Tipton the grooms third and the brides fourth warn ageThe marriage of Mr Alex Cunny MoeiMcsrtlnized nt St Patricks Church Ml Stenhingby Father L do Wnegallere ut 10 oclock Wednesday Mr Cunny is a business wan of Cin cinnati and the bride the oldest daughter of Lily Martin and wife of this place5 Slepstone Miss EfHe Swart of Olympia is here visiting her cousin Cleveland Sbultz and family Mrs Robert Stolon and children spent from Sturdy till Mondui with her parents at Olympia Mrs J A Carmichael and child Sundayithmichael and family 1J M Steele of Olympia was last week seeing after tb loading his corn that was deliv ered on the car at 50c per bushel Wm Steele and Oloy Jones o Russell were hefe over Sunday visiting their parents S P Steele nnd Mrs Susan Jones and thict families Mrs Amanda Pendleton toachcp of Sugar Grove school will open MondyJuly3ready and get an early start Mrs Charles Harper of tb Junction was hero vbiting her sis lers Mrs John Alexnader and Mrs W A Conner ten days Her husband took her home Sunday ItJohn D Alexander and gave their daughter Miss Lenan birthday party Saturday night to youngfolkstime with plenty of cake dnd cream to satisfy all Well summer is hero and we an getting balances on the other side for the cold weather we had last winter for it isjust aa hot now as it was cold then but so far we have had plenty of rain to keep things agrowing Mrs M L Jones and cousin our doctors mother of Odessa were hero seeing the Doctor and other friends from Wednesday till Fri day anti you can bet the Doctor was well pleased as were the rest of their iriende to see themIsMrsWm Utterback died of con sumption of which she had been a sufferer for about 4 years last herfshe had picked out for her last resting place some time back She eives a husband and three child ren to mourn the loss of a wife and mother which is a loss iddeed We extend to the bereaved our heart fbit sympathy She was aged 30 years j i r I SSSi iJcd Hillsboro poorlySeveral from liere attended the StimlnyNclnml convention at Gull dard last Tueediiy Miss Ethel loneo come in Wrd nesilay front Lindsay Indian Tcr ritory to npund the mi miner with friends anti relatives tilts Rlotie Fans returned homo Sntnrilay morning from her visit tsceouspinied Mrs Lula Hiilston nnd two htllj daughters of Ucwan county spent Friday and Friday night with her her mint Mr Margaret Moody She left Sntiinluy to visit her inollj er Mrs George Jenkins in Musun county Odessa i Born to Roy Stonu and wife June ID a daughter Joseph A Harder is down with typhoid f ver unit is very pouriy tilts Jemima Vnnlnndinghnm of MifBiuri is visiting her sister tilts J B DoiiHldsou here Mrs Steve Manley and Mrs Roe Manloy left Monday fur a weeks visit with relatives in Ashland Mrs Lou Ann Stephens left lustS week for a two months stay with her children in Missouri and Iii noia A lot of tobacco won delivered last week to ItohcrtsonStone from this nnd adjucunt nuighborhoudB at 8 to lOu per lb Knob Lick News is scarce timid so are work hands The apples nnd plums are fulling off from some cause There arc still some cases of pinkeye or sure eyes JelT Ilighloy bought sow and pigs from Boone Razor Jim Wells bought two coons from John Snedegar for The Meadows in this vicinity will be light moro so thiin usual Alex Wells and Charley Huttfn clime in from Huntington Sutui I daySFarmers arc behind with their NnllowingTime condition of the pike from here to Salt Lick is getting bad ndabsolutelv dangerous in a few places Who is repairing or tend jag to tho roads any way The roads seem to say no one Crooks- t Miss Nannie Clurk is quite sick Mies Mary Carter is visiting relatives at Salt Lick Mart Jnckson and wife visited relatives on Poelod Oak Sunday Daniel Palmer of Bethel visited D S Nixon one night last week James Riddle of Forgo Hill was here on bueincbs one day last week Mordecai Myers shipped n cor load of cattle to Cincinnati Satur day Wilson it Hendrix shipped a car loath of hogs to Cincinnati ins t Tuebday daughiterlives here Wilson I Hendrix shipped u doubledeck load of sheep to Jersey City Saturday D S Nixon and grandson Oscar Gilbert attended the reunion at Louisville Thursday J r Shrout and wife otnear Owingsvillo visited relatives hero Saturday und Sunday- Peed iii Lathram shipped a load of hogs and carload of cat tie to CincinnatiSaturdayGrange Miss Maude Rigdon closed her school at Wyoming Friday BCharlie Thompson sold a horse in Owingsville Monday for 110 fMrll A W Jones of Odessavis hero Saturday and Sunday- S Misses Lizzie Bradley and Era Havens are visiting relatives at Wyoming Bon Eden of Texas is the guest of his mother Mrs Jane Eden and other relatives Me5 M C Price visited here mother Mrs Chas Cooper near Poplar ruinsSIJ W Wilroy and son Forest at tended time Confedorte reunion in Louisville last week countyfaucday until Friday Miss Nora Barnes of Salt Lick visited her cousin thee Andrio Col liver Saturday and Sunday II1Ir A D Rnwlings and daugh tor Mrs Bud Colllver visited rein lives near Poplar Plains Saturday and Sunday Grant North nf Salt Lick nnd Olng9illoColliver Sunday Miss Phillips of Jessamine In stitute Nicbolusville was guest of her pupils Misses Viola Huvuas and Sallie E8till Saturday and Sunday Mrs Richard Thompson daughter Miss Fannie Mrs Burgees Kis sick and daughter Miss Mandio sliopplxmVednoeday B MM Julia Waller rind daughter Flemingsburcformers sister Miss Annie Walton who is just as low as site can bo to bo alive All The Newki Per Year co j f r l iu Salt Lick Born to Perry McCarty and wifo a son Allio Mnnn who hns been dang erously ill for some weeks is some betterLuther Mann and wife of Moro icad cnmo Monday to see their brother who is picIMiss HOBO Dellart of W Vn came Tuesday to spend the summer with her sister tilts Hack Bobbins The red men and home team crospcd bats on limo dininond lionS Monday and the S L team was completely wiped out of existence Josh Green who is in poor health with lung trouble left with his family for the West where it is hoped that a complete cure will he effected An excursion will bo run on the V1Ilherwiso known as Dinke on next Sundaj Juno 25 The train will leave Stilt Lick promptly at 8 oclock a m This road extends up the Licking river acme 30 miles and the scenery along the route is something grand Every body should go It is rumored that n medicine show will bo lien on next Monday to remain for some time This is com poped of home talent as fo lows Dee Shouge Doctor Rol UatlllT Manager Frasty Howling Musician Mr Lawson Salesmun As this is homo talent we wish this enterprise success Moores Ferry J K JohtiFon and family visited relatives nt Licking Union Sunday Mrs Snllie Maze of Suit Lick spent Sunday with her brotherWm Razor and family Wo had some very warm weather the past few days The thermom eter was up to 98 Mrs Jane Newman and Mrs Liza Otis went lust week to visit relo lives on Flat Creek Elder Parker filled his appoint went nt Hedncks Saturday night Syjiday morning und night Elihu Ford caught a catfish Sat urduy in Licking that weighed 40 Ibs It was in a hollow log Ibis Shrout and little son of Montgomery county spent u few days with his mother Mrs Harriett ShrtiutSA young widower of Salt Lick is calling on a young widow of thin place quite often Readers you will hour of a wedding soon A hard rain fell here Wednesday and lightning struck Tom Duty p barn and burnt some cloths thai were In it but did not damnge the barn mush us he put out tho tire Joseph Ford unit Dnllie Hawkins eloped Saturday 1 hear they wi Lu West Virginia Mss Hawkins was T F Razors cook She lii been staying with him for soti time I notice West End wants to know of 6oniithin to keep bugs from watermelon vines Take slaked lime and dust iton the plants while the dew is on it co it will stick A Very good way to put it on is lo take an old can or bucket nnd punch holes in the bottom und sift on Tho limo will not hurt the plants and you can use it on any vine to keep oil insects Upper Prickly Ash Coburn and Willie Hamilton vi ited Alt Moore and wife Sunday Mrs Mlnni Peters of Bethel ySlinoutH A Lytcr and wife James Ev erman and wire spent Sunday Olympian Springs Walter Hamilton visited his si ter tilts J J Coyle on lower Prickly Ash Sunday James Conyers and wife of lower Prickly Ash spent Sunday with J W Coyle and family Samuel Cassity and wife oruh Well visited Ambrose Wells am wife one day last week Miss Mattie Reid went Sunday ryDuggettMrs Emma Hcdrick and chil dren and Miss Willie Burns visit ed Mrs Allio Burns Sunday 7Mrs Charles Harper returns Saturday from a twoweeks visit- with relatives near Stepstone Airs Pierce Goodpaster and Mrs Lou Goodpnstcr of Owing ville were guests of U L Stone and wife Sunday Mrs T J Reid Mrs Thomas Roe Mrs John F Conner and Miss Efllo May spent last Wednesday with Mre Joe Lindsay near Wyo wing Riley Chandler arid wife accqm panied by their cousin Johnnie Adams and wife spent Saturday with Oscar Chandler and wife aitt Bald Eagle Mrs Zimmerman returned Sat berrman who is spending the summer on Licking river spentSundyand family on headwaters of Burr bridges Branch Mrs Nannie Dnnaldsonhccompanied them homo for a weeks visit Jonathan Adams and wile of Tipion Missouri Johntie Mark land and wife of Odessa Mrs Lucy Mnrklandof Owl ngsvihlean Oscar Chandler and wife of Bald Eagle wore guests of Riley Chandler and wife last Wednesday yi O McINTIRR OwitigftvilleBanking OWINGSVILLE KY 1 jt irJ m Jr11 VIo Stoops J II Gillaapie was at Lexington on business Thursday Ruin hiss greatly delayed tho furniiTS with their work William Kiseick md family have moved here from Mt Sterling We spend too much of our time today planning for the morrow Wheat is ripenin fust i will be ready for harvesting within ten days Olmpiuisburhood Mrs J F Grooms and children visited relatives ut JcHcrsunville lust week Miss Leona Morgan of North iMiddlotown has been visiting rela lives here- Thomas Warner and sonLieutrell visited relatives neurWhitcSulphur torn Friday till SundRY Miss Anna May Gobdan hna ro turned from a two weeks visit to Mrs Isaac Roberts at Paris Mrs Frances Hamilton of near Owingsville visited Mrs EllaHtiui ilton und family last week Henry L Junes Mrs O M Jones anti A W Byrd attended the Confederate reunion nt Louiavillo lust week W T Phelps has begun the re construction of lila large tobacco burn which was recently bloun down Whoopingcough has invaded thu neighborhood and u number ol young Americans are whoopin or up A large crowd attended the ice cream upper at SoniersetSnturdny night The proceeds amounted to eotuething over f42 The following were guests of J H Gillaspie and wife Sunday Mrs Smith of Covington i Mrs Kate Smith Mrs Thomas Mrs L B Griggs and Miss Lucy Smith or Ml Sterling Compliments on the sweet girl graduate have been going the rounds of tho press Let up on girlbelllndcook stove She is the real heroine of pence the main stay of civilizn tionA movement is on foot to change the name of Thomas Cat to that of Bob Cat We are uncondi lionnlly opposed to such a change for Thomas fame is sublime ant his title UB Terror of the Night is us immovable us a crown on a crusty old kings heaiU NITROGEN NODOIES Sohie years ago German scientists discovered that certain organisms attached to the roots of a large family of plants known us legumes It was well family1eo land by abstracting nilrogen the air und leaving it in part a content of time soil Other plants had not this power nor the rout nodules und title fact suggested the theory that tho nodules renlly gath ered time elusive nitrogen Experi ment seemed to verify this hypotli esirt It was evident that if the nodule germ or seed could be raised artificially und then made grow where none grew before thnt the llisco ereI of the method would c a renl benefactor Such cultures were made become an article of 8sale like any other seed but Ger man farmers who bought nnd paid for this seed declared that its purchase was money wasted and that ton the time ended the matter During this timeDr George flit Moore head of tho department of plant physiology at Washington complexspatented them but like a philan thropist made his patents a gift to the Government that the fruit of his labor might be a heritage to the tiller of the soil The Government then the production of his tculture and distributed it for a time to nil applicants free of cost In October last Dr Moore publish ed an interesting article in the October Century which reaohed the cultured people of tire country and was republished by every journal in America The farm papers offered it as of the greatest value to orddiscovery of inconceivable value In the entire history of agriculture or of mechanical art no discovery was so quickly heralded and pro mulgated among all classes of peo pIe TheGovernment having fledg ed Its bantling retired for the time from the production of cultures but gave endorsement quasi or other wise to laboratories which offered thorn for sale retail to the farmer and wholesale to the dealer in seed This is a concise history of a mat ter that has profoundly stirred the farming world There is no desire on the part of tho writer to travesty the value of this discovery He wishes to say frankly that ho is not a scientist but only a plain practical tiller of the soil anxious to make two dollars where ho could only make one before if so desirable a consumma tion canbeuttalied by this culture At the same time he is not willing to spend ninny dollars in the purchase of this newfangled seed un til he has calmly investigated the published claim of theGovernment the statement of those who genera te the seed and those who sell it like tlI others the farmer needsHe has known Ion ten years that uncertain legumes theee knobs grow spontaneously and they can be found on red oloverYoots anywhere that the soil is fairly good He also knows that when the Southern cow benn is sown on good ground for the first timo tho roots are free of knots i that if the sowing is repeated the year afttr the knots ap pear and increase with each eric cessive sowing In the innocence of his heart he had reconciUd title 7 = 1 y Si1r t il Address JOHN SEBASTIAN Pass Traf Mgr Rock Island System CHICAGO fact with the universally accepted teaching that rotation of crops is natures preservation of the soil nnd that these increasing knots were her protest against this pruc Lice Most old men are wedded to their ways and their difficulty may he appreciated when they come to struggle with the proposition that knots on n clover root are the timings that gather tho nitrogen the more knots the more richness nnd that there are more of these when clover thickly follows cloverThcre is also a current and widely accept ed beliuf that we fail with clover because by repeated sowings we IIhlle muncie the soil clover sick This belief goes back nt least OP far ns the current literature of time writers knowledge arid it is awful to contemplate how fallacious was and is thin theory in the face of the present light if itis light Germany was the pioneer coun try in the nitrogen nodule propti gandn and nil went lovely us lone us it was a free distributor When the former paid their hyrd earned marks for this precious seed the kitklng began and the culture industry went out like n tallow dip in a tempest We are threshing the same straw The pictures in the government bulletinNo 114 of how the plants looked before and after inoculating are para phrnsed in those of the mustache powders with which in the daily papers wo are all familiar The reports of those who got cultures free ara interesting but fiose who for tIme name paid two dollars per acre will have more trouble in securing equal publicity and these might not be so assuring The writer and farmers generally are not equipped to consider this oc cult innovation in many of its bearings but what n fund of valu able practical knowledge they can gain by carrying garden trowel or chisel in the hip pocket when they study the stand of their clover in the bottoms and on the gall id knolls Tho nitrogen nodule is said to make clover prow where none would grow before If this he true it is jndecd like tho metaphorical pelican that in times of stress bleeds its own bosom to feed its young It la too bad not to he a Scientist but why these consider ate nodules are fo abutulnnt in time rich bottoms and so scarce where they are so badly needed i91ot demur to the plain man with the trowel or the chisel and it is up to lila learned brotherto explain why when culture of the right kind is scattered around abund antly there is so much where it is not needed and PO little on the poor starved pelicans suffering on the sand piles Kentucky Farmer and Breeder Lexington Ky SPECIAL ROUNDTRIP EXCURSIONS ON THE C A OAsbury Park N J National Educational Association Tickets on sale June 29 and 30 July 1 and 2 i limited to July 10 Rate 2180 Tickets maybe extended to August 31 Baltimore Md Christian En denver Convention Tickets on sale July Z 3 and 4 with limit of July 15 Rate 15 Tickets maybe extended to August Old Point Comfort Va Summer Excursion Tickets on sale July 14 limit 15 days Rate 12 Atlantic City N J Summer Excl rsion Tickets on sale Aug 5 limited to Aug 14 Rate 14 Old Point Comfort Va Summer Excursion Aug 12 limited 15I day Rate 12 For full information regarding above special rates call on or address G W BAKNET Division Passenger Agent- Lexington Ky5 d 4s liblfi 57S4 rJj Jr = s r 1 2 To the Pacific Coastto California Oregon Wafihingtpn f roundtrip long transit and return limits liberal stopover privileges 5LThe rate is practically on the basis of one fare for the round iYitrip Of course if you wish to visit both California acd Oregon 1 or Washington the cost b slightly more- These reduced rates are in effect on certain dates in months ci J of May to October inclusive They apply from all Eastern points via Chicago St Louis or Memphis gateways The Rock Islnd 2 SystemwilltakeyouupmeltherChlcagoorStLotmoratbundreds c4of- other r Middle West points and carry you to the Coast in k Standard or Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car service It The Rock Island also affords a choice froutes on the 5ScenicS j f route you can stop off in Coloradosee Salt Lake Cityvisit Yellowstone National Park on the Southern route you can go h via El Paso thru New Mexico then up coast to San Francisco 7 iandon to Portlandor Seattle if desiredS r PT 1I In short these Pacific Coast excursions offer an unusually good t chance to see our western country in a comprehensive manner If you desire to go only as far as Colorado there are excursion l rates in effect to that section and return all summer long specially reduced June 30 to July 4 August 12 and 13 and August 30 to September 4 Extension trips to Ogden or Salt Lake and return at low cost aIsoS l From September 15 to October 31 1905 oneway j 1 or colonist tickets will be on sale to California and lithe Pacific Northwestabout half regular fare 4 iiIf interested send name and address on this coupon which bdbklet wanted and to what point you plan to go dClignaliDIls2date of start also so we can advise definitely with respect Send cIifon Colorado booklet and rates NamA about- Desiinatio Commissioners Sale Notice of Sale in Equity QwingsvilleBankingCompanyPllF against W L Suladie c Defta and- Joseph Johnson Plff vs W L Suladie c Delis By virtuofa judgment rendered by the Hath Circuit Court at its May term 1905 in the abovestyled consolidated cases pending therein time undersigned will on rltONDAY JULY 10 1 905 proo fell nt public outcry to time liiuhott bidder ut the Court bouse door in OwingsvlUr Ky tilt following described prop erty viz A tract of land lying iu Bath county Kyou tho hendwat ere of Suit Well branch containing 18 69 acres and hounded as fol lows Beginning nt n large stone set in i ho side of the lullon the south side of the Suit Well branch and corner to Elizabeth Tiptons land thence S 33 W 1160 chain pltcorIchains to n stone at ligure 3 corner to Mrs Tipton and Jus Kincuid thence N 5j E 214 chains to the S W side of th corner post of thc fence corner to Kill ohl and lot No 3 thence N 2t W 1240 chains ton stone at figure 12 cornbrttrlotSNb 3 2 und 1 thence N 49 E 466 chains to a stone at figure 11 cor ner lot No 1 thence N 86J E 8 cutting to a set stone in Mrs rip tons line nt figure 10 corner to lot No 1 thence S 5 E 495 chains to time beginning and being lot No 4 in the partition of the real estate held by Jojeph Suladie at his death or enough thereof to produce the amount of time debt interest and cst of the Owingsvillo BnnkingCo to wit 100592 And will also sell at said time and plncc a tract of land contain ing 2094 acres lying in Bath Co Kyon Sultwell brnn h and nit joining time abovedescribed tract nt public outcry to the highest bid der at the Courthouse door in Owingsvillo Ky which is bounded ns follows Beginning nt n set stone in line of Thomas Owings lands at figure 15 on plot of division of real estate of JosephPulailie deceased and corner to lot No2 thence S 8GJ Ell chains to a stone ut figure 9 corner toAGV Cooks lands thence S lit E 1545 chains to n stone at figure 10 in Mrs Elizabeth Tiptons line nod corner to lot No 4 thence S 86 31 AV 8 chains to a set stone at fig 11 corner to lot No4 thence S 49 W4 60 chains to n set stone at fig 12 cor nor to lots Nos 4 3 rind 2 thence N 54 W 735 chains to A stake at figure 13 at the northwest corner of the orchard and corner to lot No 2 thence N 44i E4 chains to a stake at fig 14 corner to lot No2 thence N 135 E 1063 chains to tho begin ning and being lot No 1 of siiid division or enough thereof to produce the amount of the debt inter est and cost of Joseph Johnson to wit 103920 Said sales will be made onn credit of six months for onehalf and twelve months for the other huH nf the purchase price The purclioperg will be required to exe cutebonds with good surety for tIme purchase price payable to the lerIlien will be retained on said land to secure the paymentof thc purchaeo money upon which execution may hsue if not paid at mnturity- HSGOODPAST R SMaster Comr B CC B Guilgell Son Atrja1 r J Ji lit i A Commissioners Sale Virginia Cyrus Arrosrai th Plf- f9fAgaln3l rV In Equity Lizzie MnyandLewisBrown Delta By virtue of n judgment and order of sale rendered in the Bath Circuit Court nt the May term I 1905 in the abovestyled case the undersigned Master Commissioner will on 4SMONDAY JUoY 10th 1905 about 1 oclock p ru sell to tho ih guest bidder at public npctit n at the Courthouse dour in Owings s yUle Kyu town lot situated in Bethel Buth Co Ky and bound eiluoa follows Beginning at u ftake cornier with lot No 7 ihonco S 42i E 1184 pilis 10 u stake cur ncr with lot No 7 and in Arru smiths line thence N 3v 633 rpoles to n Ftake in Arrl1fUJlths line thence S 78 V G 48 poles to a stake tlnncc S 47t W 42 100 poles to the beginning containing 3ti poles wore or hssa Sill lund IB being sold to satisfy plajnliira debt in Jterest and cost which amount to ShJTcrmsSnlo will be made on a credit of 6 months The purchas er will bo required to execute bond whim approved security for the purchase price payable to the un dersigned Muster Commllstfler and hearing six per cent interest 7Tnmdalguntil paid rind to have the force aEffjndgmntA lien will be retained ou said land to secure tile payment of tho pur chase money II S GOODPASTER J Master Com Batb Circuit Court D W Dog CLt Atty v Commissioners Sale John E Young Plaintiff Against In Equity x Elvert Butts Defendant 5By virtue of a judgment and order of stile rendered in the Bath Circuit Cour aNts May term 1905 in time obovestyled case the under signed Muster Commissioner will onSMONDAY JULY 10th 1905 about 1 oclock p m sell to tbo jiighcst bidder nt public auction at time Courthouse door in Owinge j ville Baum CoUnty Ky the undi vided onethiril interest of Elvert Butts in a tract of land lying inSBath County Ky and known as lot No2on tho plat of division of the real estne of Walker Bolts which plat la of record in the office of the Clerk of the Bath County Court in Book No 11 page 401 which land is described as follows Beginning at the corner at II in tho Phelps line and corner to lot No 1 thence S 52f E 2434 cluing to C thence N 70 E 770 chains to D thence N 661 E 1015 chains toE thence N 22t E 2 55 chains to FSthence N 52J W 3434 chains to G corner to lot No1 thence with No S 34 W 23 chains to the beginn ing containing G942 acres or enoughof lund as shrill be ncces S sary to produce the sum of 27280 Terms Sale will be made on a credit of six months The pun1 chaser will bo required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price payable to the undersigned Master Commissioner and benring thc per cent mt rest 7 from date until paid and tnSthe force anti effect of V SAto Itcurc time lamentcirtl s chaeo vnicoS1LS GOODPASTEI 1 Master Com BC C RQbertli inn 3utyS SIi 0