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beer and Budweiser 5 bottled and keg Born June 26 to Mrs Thomasy Clancy nee Alice Young Ville a daughter r 1 Born SUhday to Mrs John K I Kichards neo Nell Kimbrough of LMorehendla daughterrcontest will be held In Campbell Hall Salt LickI Saturday night July 15 All who have property to sell nt public auction call on M D Furlss He will givo satisfaction FOR SALE Four 6ft show cases onktrimmings good as now will pell cheap GooDi A6TEK Co Just in a carload of Mitchell wagons Dont buy until you have seen them E L A T BIROX nl Scruggs sold a nmlo calf to Wilburn Berry for 10and bou a 150 shorthorn of A W Baecorn htl B M Gbodpustcr sold 27000 Ihs of tobacco to J N Hislo nf the Continental Company at 10 and lOjo EL k A T Byron can sell you ir jour binder twine cradles and bar Divesting machinery and save you nioney f Dn G W Conner the dentist fjuses Odontundcr and nil approved anfflsthetlca for the painless es VtYaclion of teeth TS Shrout will receive a enr f load of new buggies this week He keeps plenty of them and sells for f oash or creditaChildrens day will be observed ht the Methodist Church on next tunday evening July 2 Servlce inuconnienee ut 745tFishers Little Blue is the only JGetELATBYRON i Wheat und rye harvest is an now fbo will average only fair cttlerebefng epme extra fine fields 18omo below an average good C crop L N Youcionoj know what aF1 aOU1rIWl It takes to f ineal uutil you try a Lender cook 9 Stove or range Leavo your order witbUudltBrotherCorone E Li A 1 Byrons queens ware line is complete They have some bargains to offer and would b pleased to 8howyyou their stock See their bargain counter The annual District Conference of the Lexington District of the M B Church South met at Irvine last week OwJngsvillo chosen IR8 the place of meeting next year FOLEYTUOXASRichard Thom as son of Mark ThomHs and Misaj MaTY Foley daughter of iFoley all of Flat Creek eloped tot ilByeville Sunday night and were married JTOBACCO TBANSPLAKTIKO OVKR Tobacco transplanting is practical ly over There was no lack of sea sonsbut plants were too source for ll the growers to get out their full projected crop The weather had A been favorable for a Iland of plants HoR8EUAHLATURAUMr Emmet 1 Horseman and Mies Ivn Latbramf Vwere married Sunday afternoon atfl F the home of Elder B H Roes Elder I Robert Campbell officiating Tl I contracting parties are very youth ful but there was no objection on f t Ihe part of their parents The brido ia a pretty young lady the daughr v terMjf John T Lathram ofNaylors t Bra c She is a good and worthy gIrl Vlbe bridegroom a son of 2 James HorMmanJr Washington f Branch lie bears the reputation x of a steady reliable and deserving i young man They have Taa 1Ounooxsbet wishes jh tc i JOB PRISTIKO Keoiembet that TBCODTCOOK Is prepared to print Z letterlieads note heads blllhoads statements envelopes cards labels ireceipts invitations and all sorts of business stationery on the best i F tock in tastefuf style at the most reaeoHable prices CompareonrI c a work with tbattQrn any eb you wdJ1lndlt to your advantage to have us do your work WeahoPint posters dodgers r lyVfd I We have on hand for sale in any morigugnis 4 btS I tJti jLf r rr =f t l I CJ i5 g1 if i1xc niC ti tj tftl o r t i JiIe4r l fJ l r V fVi 11te1foo c4 1 L ItfiA I t J a J 01 i r t 1 f PERSONALI Mrs J B Goodpaster went t010U1 ijvlllu Tuesday to visit Clark 1iUtirson of Mt Sterling poilt Sunday with relatives here Mrs Jerry Corbott of Eddyvillo Is the guest of her mother Mrs Hello Allen nMrshead Sunday to visit Mrs John KtRichards Rev Jl A Walton eamo in from Chicago Saturday to join lila wife at J M llichnrfs Miss Esther Tnnlbee of Maysville cnnio last wool to visit Dr J 11 Taulbuo and wife t StrIIugwasheScott the past weekrWin L Klllpatrick of Mt Ster ug family at W 11 DaughertyB SUIIlaywc doinor Mrs Lou FrAtman Miss Mary Dnn Harbcson cf Flein ingsburg was with Miss Lillian Daugherty for the hop JvilleCatherine Rico near town James J ICesbitt attended the fu neral of his brother T Y Nosbitt at Maysvllla returning Saturdaya Mrs W P Strador anti two child pparentsAlex Conner and little daughters uolda and Eleanor returned Satur d hRayfrom Saturday till afternoon with relatives Mrs Reuben Gudgell left last Fritday for East Orange N Jfor n to her daughter Mrs Thus A Leo Mr anti Mrs Hurry G Hoffman and Mr and Mrs Lawless D Jute wood of Mt Sterling were here Fri d ayaMaster Wm AndrewMicilmn of Lexington cume Saturday to visit his grandparents Henry Scott and wife Misses Elizabeth nnd Jane Gait skill of Winchester were with Mr and Mrs Jqsso Hampton for the dance Miss Florence Gcntner John Gavin and Clyde Daniel nil of Louisville come Sunday to visit Mr anti Mrs BQt DaiileltiMrs John W Hoiiaker and baby s thfterunonMt Sterling Misses Sadie McGInnls of Dnn ville and Bernice Crnlnof Flum Ingsburg came lact week to visit Miss LJttlo AtchisontMiss Mary Boyd Marshall of Mt Sterling spent from Thursday until Sunday with Miss May Kincaid ItULICMrs James M Ross lientind Mason teal of Rowan county were in town Monday t Mrs W H Strossman Jrnndlittle son John Allen returned home o Mt Sterling Friday after u visit o Mr and Mrs James M RossLiMisses Mary Hunter of Winches er and Pattie Lee Fleuiingof Flein IngshurgtUfter n visit to Misses Mary uet Louise Gndgell have returned to their homes Duke P Hampton after spending a few weeks with home re t t aioimstore New York City Mr anti Mrs H W Smith Mr ud Mrs A H ICIeln and Harry F bridayChattanooga Tunn in an autoino b ilebbrotherFreriorJohnnie Terrlllor Uictnnontland Jo Hopkins of Bourbon count spent HutiryTWiNOKuGoDKVii Thegodevil otherwise known as helgraluite and dobson is not a rare jnsect under rocks along the creeks in its larval form but the mature winged sped men is seldom soon owjng to its noctural babitsE W Heflin cap tured one last week and brought it to this ofllce where it attracted considerable attention It is a rntherforlDldoblelookingbug with its double wings and sharp pinch enTho larval form is said to njnko good bass bait OFFICEHS ELECTED The follow ing officers were nominated and elected Saturday night in Acker Lodge No 118 A 0 U W for till ensuing pix months and will be be installed next Saturday night Samuel M Jackson Past Master Workman John A Clark Master Workman Cecil Karrick Foremifn James J Moore Overseer Joseph D Sheehan Recorder James L Stephens ReceiverJohn E Shocks Financier Robert Nixon Guide A S Ulery ltBide Watchman J L Hess Outaidex Watchman Samuel M Jackson Treasurer Samuel IDonahew Trustee Mae MART SIIRODTS DEATH j Mrs Mary Shrout died at the home CIafter an illness of several weeks in fact sh6 bad been in declining health for several years Funeral services took place from the Chris tian Church Wednesday morning 10 oclock Mrs Shrout was born in Jefferson county Ky March 30 1837 She was married Sept 8 1863 to Charles H Leighton T this union two children were Mrs S C Gill and one son bormmo WIISmarrfedtheCle Shrout of Owingsvillo Ky which marriage took place Dec 24 1874 In early life tho deceased united with the M E church and came into the Christian church with her last husband in September 1879i irfFerryMo Enterprise I e4 r TilE JUNE l1trThe annual hop of the Owingsvillo Dancing Club was given at Fratmans Hall on tile night of Thursday June 22 The floor of the hull was coeredt with canvas and waxed n superior dancing platform An arc light was installed in each end of the room Snxtoifs Orchestra of ine performer of Lexington tnadi he usual high class mil fie The orchestra occupied the former tlu atrical stage Admission was limited to holders of tickets issued in their own ramcs consequently the attendance of spectators was smaller than nt previous imps The spectators were assigned to the one section of thfc provided for them This course was rendered necessary by experience of formerocciisions iieim tho scats provided for the llucers were preempted by the lookerson while the fatigued dun c ore had to remain on their feet The orchestra began for tho first nuinbcrtho Inncicrsubout 1Q30 t was quickly remarked that never before Vero there so ninny people from out of the county on time hall rooln floor as dancers It is prolinounced one of the most nd gay scenes ever witnessed here Number succeeded number on the programme and everything went g with the utmost Joyousness In term 1slol1 for luncheon was taken a bout oclock Mrs Brtfdbury at er boardinghouse served an pic nat luncheon of most appetizing viands to about sixty couples A ew of the young idles entertained guests at their own homes Dancing was resumed about 2 oclock and continued until after daylight about 430 Everybody participating either s dancer or spectator expresses the positive judgment that it was an occasion unexceptionable in pOInt of behavior and observance of all the proprieties Not n note of adverse criticism has been heard And nil enjoyed themselves to time limit from the beginning toIIouir Sweet Home The Onringsville Dancing Club i ss covered itself with glory and oyprcsfoionhcurtl at as tho Hull will soon bo occupied as a telephone exchange and the CircuhCotirt room can no longer be secured or if so tho railing round the buruiits up the room will be no chance soon again f to rival the June hop of 1005 Saxtun particularly favored the lub by rendering a double pro g pkingmembers It is remured by ah observer t d hiistinguisiiedthe belle of time blllln but ouch hind e programme filled and danced tow her hearts content with tho Hatter ing attentions and gallantries ofcmany dashing partners The costumes of the ladies werep as stylish and beautiful us be seen anywhere on a like ucca bapIIssIs- MtSterhingMary IJoyd Ma ha14- oulso Hoffman 6111e riptom Ant ella Bogle Mrs W H Strossman r Winchester Mary Hunter Eliza RvehlFlomiugsburg Mary Dan Harho son Bernice Grain Puttie Leo Flein i ugnWoodSadie McGinuls Danville Fannie McLaughlin Julia Ramsey Coving t g fiinlaJoncsNorfolkVajEllzabeth Willis SholbyvilLe Logan of Plnevllle Virginia ChrUtianCliIlesburgJolin nie Terrill Bourbon county Esther TaulbeeMnysville Ellzabuth Scott Sherburne Carolyn Richardson of Robertsville S 0 Owingsvlllc Mary Gudgell May KlncalU g pallLillian Daugherty May Shrout Lot tie AtchIson Anna Peters Clara Buscom Catherine Rice Muttie Voodson Barnes MESSE- SFleininsburg ArnoldllartFrank ClythGarrCuss HarbcsonWill FlemingRobt Harbeson Nelson Winchester Austin fleet esHlck GoorgiBrooksMt Sterling Colonel Gatewood Frank McCormick Harold Johnson Jolm Prcwitt Newt Duff Stevenson Calk Ream Owlngs Walter Crooks Josh Owings Jtobt L Coleman Howell Foster Rogers Eugene Curry Harrodsburg Earl Fell Salt Lick j Phelps Tyler Louisville GutigellJrGlennPerry Ellis Byron Holman Riot James M Ross Connor Ewing Reid Patterson Chester Graves Hughes Atkinson Mason Botts Sherman Goodpaster Scott Goodpastor John Peters Chas Brother E L Myron MR AND MRS WOMcIntlroRECatlettFord Patterson J H Tanlbee Emmett Fratman H T Hopkins Go to Goodpaster ib Cos this peek anti get nlT5 slipper forSflc f NEARLY DnowNnnGeorgo rPetds eon William aged 2jJ years on last Thursday about 23t p m fell into a pool of water about three feet deep n the yard of the1 residence Ho was ajone at tlmeHia brothmerRoberthappet ed to pass by the pool and saw o childs feet sticking outHo wad ed in and pulled the child out lie was unconscious but was restored by the efforts of Mrs Peed and reo leepfrllmwhich t much the worse from bis narrowJJ escape from drowning Is P 4 i 1 r z t i r JAMES T ATCIIISONS DFATIIOn Monday afternoon about 2 oclock James Thomas Atchiton who hud been helping in wheat harvest at his home on lower Slate Creek wont under a shed near by to rest He remarked to some one with him that ho wished ho had his paper to Ve td and almost immediately ex pired Heart trouble was the probable CUUFO of his death lie was rather corpulent mind affected with a shortness of breath on slight exertion The news of his decease was very startling to tho communi ty and to his many relativesriends a acquaintances throughout time county as he was un extensive far mer and nina of affaire prominent and inihuientialits a citizen The funeral was holdat the residence Tuesday afternoon the bUr- ial taking place about 4 oclock nt the Atchison graveyard near by by liath Lodge No 55 F It A 11 of which deceased was a member James Thomas Atchison was n lOon of William Atclisoncomnonly culled Old Will to distinguish him from numerous others of the came name Ho was born about 0 years ago and was reared anti ved all lila life in the same neighborhood being partly educated at Hath Seminary here lIe followed tho avocation of farmer all his lifo also serving as Deputy Sheriff two terms under T W D Crouch He was married twicehis first wife being Miss Mary Collins daughter of Milton P Collins Two children of that union survive Miss Jessie lurIdaughter of Wm T Hun of Slier lii r no Norman and Miss May are surviving children of the second mairiugc All of time children arc unmarried and livo at the family homo Deceased hits two brothers llv yomingJnmej T Atchison was a man of high character a leader in his community in social church and business affairs and enjoyed the qonlidonco und esteem of bis whole acquaintanceship A gene r 6U tigiihiorn a constant friend and tiEuful man lie will bo much missed and long lumcttcd Lila familyc have TilE OUTLOOKS Uuir sad hItiSIRINGS IIomihmo Olympian VSpriii s taanageniant giye u hop Fridny night thnt is pronounced u Orchcstrlliris that there lrcopicfrom this town nttendiii s LNTCHTAIKEU Frank 1 insloy Ramey entertained fifteen of hit ttie friends last Friday afternoon honor of his 5th birthday The homu was beautifully decorated ith rotes After many childish ames were played relreshments f Gicarize in the peanut hunt was won by Lucile YntcrniunWnndn Brown the hooby prize Those resent were Fay Olds Lois Pow ers Wanda Brown AudreyTomlin eon Cecil Hamilton Lucile and Marjorie Waterman Geneva Alavie and Paul Koncptrick Blanche and Hugh Apt Ralph MutzfeldRovolle Paeael and JoeSpier UutlcrInd ecord lImo GAS WELLVhilo drilling for water on tho Wm Ratliff farm ear Grange City last weekII strong flow of gas was struck at a depth of 154 feet Great quantities of gas escaped until a pipe was tted into time well Then n by s 1gitedn about 100 feet and was still burn ing at lust account A tarpaulin was placed over tho pipe and the drilling machine weighing 1200 pounds was placed on that but the ressure of gas was so strong that the weight was lifted from the pipe The atmosphere in the vi cinity is so strongly impregnated with the fumed of gas that people are afraid to light matches For this reason at least one family has left time vicinity The owner of the well has not determined wheth greaterdepthGEORGE AnuAHAMs DEATH George Abraham one of Craw fordsvilles oldest and best known citizens passed away Saturday evening at the family residence on west Pike street Two years ago Mr Abraham retired tram business on account of failing health after having been engaged in the har ness and carriage business continu ously for twentyseven years His demise was due to Brights disease and while ho list been declining for eome months he was not taken his 0 bed until a week ago Mr Abraham was born April 7 1833 at Dillsboro Ind and lived there until ho was seventeen years ot age whed ho went to Lawrencoburg and learned the saddlers trade He went from thoro to Owingsville Ky where he remained until 1876 when he came to Crawfordsvillo Mr Abraham wl smnrriedin Kentucky October 17 1859toAnna Uusby who survives him together with two sons John Abraham of Cincinnati and Frank Abraham if tiiscity Mr Abraham tooka i eep interest in public affairs arm c- i4as a good citizen enjoying the steoia and confidence of the com idunity at largo The funeral took place at the home this afternoon Rev Risner ofllciating Interment at Oak HiIICr wfordsvilleInd News Review Y ToungMaysville June 21 Ho hud been in such bad health from liver and Ileartprnctically confined to his home for two years The funeral wits held Friday the interment beingmade in time Maysville Cemetery Deceased was time eldest child of James Monroe Neebltt and wife who came to this town to reside in 1 841 It was while Mrs Nesliitt was on a visit near Mt Sterling that April18SIaand educated at Hath Seminary In 1 865 he accepted clerkship in the drygooda store of D D Duty who went from Sharpsburg tpMoysville u a sllyness for himself and succeeded well continuing until tho present me lie was a member of the aysvihie Board of Education and was identified with time upbuilding systemlieTemplurIII HughBurrtwo sons survive Hugh hia news paper man Washington D C and James M who is employed in the store in Maygvillo Of deceaseds fathers family there survive James J Nesbitt orI Owingsville Dr Wm C Ncsbitt dentist o lifvis of Meadvillc Penn Edward Ncsbitt nnd Mrs Samuel l1ullof Maysville Thins Ncshitt wits a lending citizen of Maysvillc prominent in business and society and identified with the citys progress Ho was a fine business man and succeeded well financially TOBACCO GKOWEUS CoNox DEAD shurpulilicution is no reason that the cadets are idle At the last meet ing held here May 27 a committee wua appointed to revise tho planL then offered for controlling owing crop There were ninny eak points in the plan and thei ommittee hut been diligently at ork since Every advantage will e taktn of the dearly bought ex puriunce of Limo past two years and the committee proposes to keep its own counsel until ver detail isI untillthtlIintracts etnhl this new IJI per talk to the contrary When t iuiu contract is ready wo believe the ijysts threats arid intimida t ions will bo of less avail than they wero last year when time Growers Company controlled nearly 80 percent of the tobacco nnd forced Ire price up from an average of oo and o to u bout 10 cents Tho growerrH now this anti wo ore taken in their capacity for business if they hesitate to sign a contract t this year that is certain to win Wo have repeatedly warned Ipgrowers against placing tiny cred cnccfin the reports appearing in the daily papers They ore gencr ally inspired by the trust or origi nate from unfriendly sources The Observer is your official organ and nil authorized statements appear in Its columns Of course tho officers of time company feel grateful forI the kindly assistance and support g hon a considorablo element of t Chewise intended us criticism of these friends But just now when the trust is so diligently circulating false mind erroneous reports nil statements not coming direct from tho ofllcera and through reliable channels should be regarded with suspicipn AUCTIONEER If you want tho services of an sue tioneer call oii mo Terms reason able GEORGE 114 GUDGELL Odessa Ky Commissioners SaleI John F Barry PIll v Notice of Sale P II Stephens Deft By virtue bfa judgment and order of sale rendered in the Bath Circuit Court at time May terms 1005 in the abovestyled case tho undersigned willon- lIONDY JULY 10th 1005 about 1 oclock pm at time Court house door in Onringsvillc Bath County Ky being County Court duy 1 proceed to expose to public sale to time highest bidder the following property of P U Stephens viz Two horses wInch are describ ed as follows One buy horse four years old the same horse Stephens bought from Barry anti one bay mare about nine years old byname of Bird- Timoamountol money to be raised by saul sale to satisfy the debt in tcrsst and cost is 30390 Sale will me made on a credit of three mouths The purchaser will bo required securityforthe undersigned bearing 6 Interest from date oLsule until paid II S GOODPASTER Muster Coma B C C C W Ncebitt Ally Xji HOS J JONES Livery Feed Sale Stable OWINGSVILLE KY nipfidealerwith Irestou Stationmm Wi o rIGINTIRE DENTIST Over Outlook Otllce and Owingville Banking Coinpiinya 11uII lln- OWINGSVILLE KY I pan get any newspa youjusttyouseetriy JAMES M ROSS Owingsville Ky Vimont Street MEAT MARKET C A REED Prop Owingsville KyQF OYSItersvery you wishjour number is 21 BLUE GRA- SSNurseries SPRING 1905 Trees by the million fruit and ade small fruits grape vines 8 rubs asparagus rhubarb and ev erything ordinarily kept at such an establishment We sell direct to io planter and have no agents ree and strawberry catalogues on application toIHF IIILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky a JOHN T KIMBROUGH SON Recommend PARACiMPH as a Mast Reliable First Aid Ic the Injured are injured jailnntrc8entimes serious results follow because the was not properly carcdfprin theDegmning Itis 1l0ti rns secure a physicim at a moments notice 1any are caused by negligence and delay Blood poisoning often from cuts gut shot wounds etc because the wcandia not properly treated promptly Parucamh a inexpensive which every family should keep in their homes every day every factory anufacturing plant large institu on should Paracamph near at hand It is conceded medical author ities to be a most reliable relieving soothingnnd healing agent Itnot only St ODS but heals wounds- ithoutleavmnguglysenrs and absolutely bloodpoisoning raracamph is truly a home remedy and every bottle is guaranteed be pure safe clean and to do exactly what is claimed for iL If you do not keep Par ncampk in your home get a bottle t day It is as necessary ia your home as good Soapand water You will it for quickly relieving Rheumatism Neuralgia Sore Tired Feet Skin Troubles Catarrh or any form of Swelling or Inflammation Sold only in S5c 60c and 100 bottles bran good drug ristsThe Pamcuiplt- ompanyLouisville Ky U S A C O RAILWAYT- rains 22 and 23 carry Dining service Meals nlncarte TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT 27 1903 TIME of TRAINS AxPnEBTONSTATiON Eastbound No 26 954 am No 22 1249 p m No 24 1005 p m Westbound- No 21 648 a m No 23 143 PmNo 25 344 P m Nos 26 and 23 daily except Sunday all others daily Latton Letters from Europe Willbe A Leading Feature of T- heCourier Journal During 1905 Mail Rates Daily one year 6 Daily and Sunday i year 8 Weekly i year i NOW IS THE TMEio sure money on Doggy Harness 1 have more Harness a nduetfcr Hair cm than any house In Eastern Kentucky When you buy that new liuggjr comonod see my Harness arid I will save you money madeThruv t any any where Come and see mo and I will save yotr money I am yours for the best Saildlcsnnd Harness r C EUGENE MINIHAN OwingsviUez i RACKETSTOREI convincedthatsave money on each and every article yqtu purchase Flower Vases J 2c 2bus Cotton Sack 15tr Wash Bowl Pitcher hina 75c Baby Moccasinspr 15 r Jelly Glasses tin lids each2c Good Unbleached Gotten yd 5tr uocy Jelly Glasses each 10 8c Ladies Belts white 1O C fUarG Masons Jars doz 55c Boys Summer SuiUTs 2iQ Mason Jar Rubbers doz 5c Toilet PineRss rte headsbosTIUo 4 Sheets Fly Paper 5c Mourning Pins 2 boxes Be F G 1glass Tin Ten Pots 8c PillowSlipa IOn 4t1aCastiloCoat Collar Springs 3c Fancy Candy freslivibjt 1n II CASH PAID FOR EGGSB f- iE I W MEFLIN GO TO WM ATCHISONSI Livery ard Feed Stable OWINGSVILLE KY c When you desire a livery team thatli Riitr class in every respect BRANDNEW VEHICLES HOUSES FRESH AND FAST c Atchison feeds your horses at reasbnable t prices Sales made on con nission All trains met at Preston at low charges WM ATCHISON LIVERYM4 N Owingsville Ky WM R PETERSJjr BETHEL KY r Dealer in Flll niture Also Unde tn1criiFuneral Director and Embalm l 1 Calls promptly obeyed day or night 1GoodsYOU are invited to call at our store that you may 7 inspect our goods and get lower prices than any where else in town Come in and look We dont moneynake 11 adles 125 Oxford Shoe Soc Meng3 00 Viol Kid Slices 248c l200 Shoo lJO 1CIl51600SlIItIi999250 Shoe 108 Mens J250 Suits 7S8- Ladies 125 Doiifola Shoo 89a Mens 1000 Stilts or us i Ladies 175 Vie KidShoo 25 Mens 760 Suits 403 1atlies 200 Viol Kid Shoo 148 Mens 500 Suits 348 Ladies 2GO Vlci Kid Shoe 108 Boys 150 Suits OO Mens 125 Plow Shoe U8c Boys 200 Suits IU JMens 175 Plow Shoo 124 Hoys 3 60 Salts ifl3 Mens 200 Plow Shoo lAB Jloyfi 400 Long PnnisSnfts L9SJv Mens2 51 Viol Kid Shoe LOS Hoys 7CO Long Pants Siiita 40S V JNO W MARKLAHDOW- INGSVJLLE EY By n Special Arrangement you can get The Outlooka- nd The WEEKLY CODRIER JOURNAL both one year for onlj 160 The Outlook and daily rLouisville P stoncyear for 385 J Oct The Outlooks prices everykind 1 and you will see we can do better work at lower prices than you can get i L elsewhere S 1 I c s 3t i 0 f OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK 3r OUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY i q Berlin supports a professional bird catcher who keeps scientific Institu tlyno supplied with birds nests and I eggs He Is the only man in the em pire permitted to do so I A second steamship Is to be placed 0 In service upon Lake Tltlcaca In Peru I iL the highest lake In the world being bma 16000 feet above sea level There Is already one vessel engaged a Iniramc upon this sheet of water According to German papers there ire two Industries In Belgium which 1 owe their existence solcly to tha tact that denaturated alcohol is not subject 7 t any tax in Belgium namely the 1rnlmanufacture of ether and of artificial rIUk which uss more than 2500600 of alcohol per year Luminous shrimps have been die covered by tha prince of Monaco In- r it the course of his deep sea fishing In i tna Mediterranean They live at a depth of from 1100 to 1600 fathoms 1hey are studded with small phos i phorescent sputa These light their way in the gloom of the deep waters ttll not generally known that In dustrial Russia where It is being de veloped at all la being developed by foreign capital Many millions of dcAmerican and English capital arc In TMted In Russia and the life or death lb of the czar Is a matter of paramount important to such enterprises and a those Interested In them I Id JJnleBS all signs fail summer travel 4 b raIIatcamhoatand ocean liner will be heavier this year than ever before j this In spite of the fact thatjhe real f summer weather has been a while t In edminf For years past the trans tfr I Atlantic summer travel has been t steadily growing but this year while I home resorts wilt be crowded the 4 qr0 et aB voyBjerr will be more numer Cia Ujan any ether season VV V Bro BurdettCoutts of England WilliamIlately celebrated her 91st birthday Shells still Quite strong physically and 4 hMjirttal powers appear to be as t pa ever The baroness still di B rects the affairs of her large estate as ihodid half a century ago and it is r 4 ruHjored that she even contemplates fttrfa to the United States 4 The patriotic American who desires ibtoachieve notoriety as a mountain climber need not go to the Alps for ia the ascent of Mt Hood the loftiest ptakol the Cascade mountains which extend north and south across Oregon 1A Washington for 130 miles he will t find an ample outlet for his ambitions 7 Mt Hood reaches an elevation of over I 11000 feet thus ranking among the high peaks of the world 4 i French physicians say that epidemic eerebrespinal meningitis otherwise b spotted fever Is not by any means a inewy discovered disease but has been exhaustively stuclledtroer60 f years In lS3rthamaady broke out F at Baypnne among two regiments of 5 line which being removed to oth fearrlsons spread the epidemic t4tfeerii of shbrt duration ant dowJion the return of sunshine and warmth The ceusu of the Philippines just published ebons that the forests ID f tie Islands In which there are 747 varlftle of woods are worth about S6ftkOQOlOOO or double those of tha state pt Oregon and Washington 2 which are especially strong in that t rarIcuar asset Then there are great deposits of coal iron and lead and I toertvare joanyIndlcations of gold and tllver all of which represent a wealth Setbs billions more f2 TkV renovation of J Pierpont Mor Cant ltI1Seat Madison avenue and til4x t New York durIng tipltel1ce of the family In Europe c xflchlt9 the surface Miss Flop ace Mason Rhirtt household secretary s ttv tWireat financier and one of tht t f C r hlfieeVsmltrieiJ as wel as tje hardest 4s ynrliifWfst1I in the United Stales 1 TkoWVfep ought to kLt herzal JYrIJ1MOOaearlhesameas1L Jrf ftr magnate- S t payi to MlM Katharine Harrison and I Ha ryear saore than Helen Gould te hl to pay Miss EHcabetb Altmaa 00 The tippling habit Is growing among the American people according to fig unseat tbe bureau of statistics The KattoVa drink bill has increased dur t IBIC the tact year eo that eftcH of the r 8t7Z8 p Inhabitants Is spending on I IB average of J833 annually for sUm c ulamtr or 1 5165 for each family of v f fv persons which ken equivalent oi I I ae gksB of beer a day for every one r5 Mth4 population The useof whisky J teweased from 101 gallons for each tc44 peramMB 3896 to 148 gallons h1 1904 t j The eonsurnptloa of wine In the same i period BXOWB ft ganof 100 per cent a t7 SGreat Britain Is ctlvely engaged IB t ireagtlieBiag her coast defenses IB r Western Canada by bull ll1g a new JJJQtat Escul at BJ G The war in i tke far East has eiiiforced the with r 1 tjrawaV of the entire PacIHc squadron fres the Canadian coast in order to s i protect English holdings along the V eesteost tAsiaT This left the Erit W Jshrters In puget Sound unprotected r1Jtd accept for a fort at Saqulmalt which l was sraed with gunsmore or less bb 1aole Esquimau is situated on the 1 r Jaaer 1nlot tio entrance te Pugtt tl t80IlIf If t StatisticsTof imports into Switzer ttol Iaa4 jielBt to the fact thatfthe U-nItedilttatJt Bet teltlBa tIm fgfr bare I the trade that thrifty and progres sive tjepmtrr During three months fIstyeirArnUna for example h t y- f erete4 wl hal lAport of 349891 busbelia tcorJI whereas the amount ccraiig trem tht United States in the i1C iMaty riod was only 16592 bushels i From Russia caaae 2451410 bustoers V t wheat ind from the United States 86 iW Irtihels Germany Imported 154 tI 8M pair ofsIioe8 while only 57M r uletfrestte United States uit t r Several waierpojve concewieai J Iwvefrfciatly been gnted IB the die 5c triet ef gaBUjiier gjiikin Meet of i h tke a are Da importesce bu V wJH problbly be abiele iivelop 4b 1f 4900 loriiepower iOpportunity iJIIelrerdto producers of machinery tahes and electrlcalapperatue IB i 4rieate eiiipeteIth the Frencl- i h4t Gerni me pow studying thi IIIMreUhwr ttO WIll 1M m 4 r4qired t MrCt1 the small rail rei4u to be OOastXad In that rlttmlq t r ty A tr ia W trjrtor fn 1 ii i JI S fA rYr J iS p jrri pit J HAPPENINGS IN ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBE News of the Past Few Days Collected and Presented in Condensed Form PITHY AND POINTED PARAGRAPHS The RussianJapanese War In the Far East and Other Interesting Foreign Note Doings of the Public Officials M Nelldoff Russian ambassador to Paris has been definitely appointed one of the Russian peace plenipoten tiaries Diplomatic measures for the peace conference are continuing at St Pe tersburg in the face of the steady pres sure brought to bear by the militant factions The Novoe Vremya announces defi nitely that the powers of tue new Russian popular assembly will be composed of 500 members elected for five years Preparations for the mobilization of troops in the Moscow district have been completed There will be a med- Ical examlaatlon of 100000 men from which 20000 will be selected for reserve battalions The body of Jen Maximo Gomez was Interred at Havana after a funeral service so replete with demonstra Lions In honor of the dead general as to lead In several Instances to scenes of disorderThe department received a dis patch from Mr Gummfcre minister to Iorocco transmitting a request from the government of Morocco that the United States participate In a conference upon the affairs of that country The entire Spanish cabinet has resigned and Its resignation has been accepted by King Alfonso The resigna tion followed the rejection of a vote of confidence in the cabinet Simon P Sheerin of Indiana wide ly known in political and business cir des died suddenly In Chicago whllu reading a paper at the Independent Telephone convention at the Audito rlumPresident Roosevelt In a letter ad dressed to Secretary Taft directs the dismissal of Minister Bowen from the diplomatic service and arraigns Mr Bowens conduct in the BowenLoomU controversy as reprehensible Mr Loomis Is charged with Indiscretion ExMinister H W Bowen makes a statement in reply to President Roose velts letter dismissing him from the diplomatic service as a result of the Investigation made by Secretary Taft into the controversy between Mr Bow en and Francis B Loomis first assist ant secretary of state He declares that the Venezuelan scandal constitutes a national disgrace One of the most sensational cases of forgery that has ever been brought to light In financial circles cf Phila delphia was disclosed wlusn it was an nounced that certificates calling for small numbers of shares of stock had been fraudulently raised to hundreds of shares causing a loss to certain banks and trust companies of that city from 750000 to HrjOOOOO The forgery involves the name of Bt7mln H Gasklll who died four wttiago Johann Hoch Is in high glee over the announcement which has been carried to him to the effect that Gov De neen granted a reprieve The reprieve is until July 2 The will of the late John W Parme lee of Chicago provides that the en tire amount of his estate estimated at 1400000 shall be held in trust and the net income eventually devoted to the purchase of fuel for poor and needy families of Chicago The monthly statement of collec tions of internal revenue shows that for the month of May 1905 the total receipts were 19681216 an increase as compared with May 1904 of li110815 The biennial election aw passed by the last Nebraska legislature and de signed to do away with offyear elec ions was declared unconstitutional by the supreme court of that state All elections will be held this fal as here tofore A reprieve until December 8 for Mrs Mary M Rogers the condemned murderess was signed by GOV Charles J nell and for the third time tha woman who was to have been hanged at Windsor Vt for the killing of her husband has been saved Refusing 30000 father than change her religion by becoming a Roman Catholic Mrs Lucinda Gausen of Day enport Ia has astonished hel friends A New York agent lor one of tIe big American firms which has acted Blve Interests in the faT east includ ing a branch at Port Arthur said that he did rot look for any serious com plications as a result of the action of the Japanese government in ordering foreign merchants from Port Arthur ND verdict was reached Jo the case of William G Crawford charged with conspiring August W Macheti and George E Lorenz to defraud the government in connection wit con tracts to furnish letter cirlIers fratch departmentA a small siding six miles nbrth of Rhine lander Wis of the drowning of Mrs Ezra Craw and Mrs Edward Craw and six children in the Rainbow Rapids Wisconsin river The Tampa Bay hotel upon which 3000000 was spent was sold to th city of Tampa Fla for 125000 Byron Trammel postmaster at Do than Ala shot and killed M R Barnes a young cotton buyer former ly of Newman GIThe murder oc curred at home where Barnes boarded IAn Insane roan armed with a rifts ran amuck In the United States hotel San Francisco shooting and serious ly wounding seven persons He then committed suicide midirem lutlons in opposition to the proposed eighthour day decided upon by the International Typographical union The president has appointed Col Wlnfield e Edgerly of the Second cavalry a brigadier general taking the place that would have been filled by tCol Arthur L Wagner deceased A mob took from thejall at Camden irk the negro who shot Policeman Newman and carried him across the river Incoming passengers saw the body of the negro dangling from a tree near the roadside The Commercial operators of the Birmingham Ala district and the United Mine Workers of District 20 signed a sliding wagezcale for th- eothgear r l 871 J r v J ll l f 1 t Tne resignations of President James W Alexander and Vice President Ju IL Hyde of the Equitable Life Assur anco society has been accepted The report of Superintendent Fran els Hendricks of the state Insurance department of New York upon his investigation of the Kqultabe Life As surance society sharply crltcises the management of the society as well as the new trust arrangement for voting the stock agreed upon by Thomas F Ryan James W Alexander president and James H Hyde first vice presi dent respectively whose resignations were accepted by Chairman Morton are severely arraigned In the report The report of the New York super- Intendent of insurance has been sent by Gor HiggIns to District Attorney Jerome at New York city It Is poss ble that criminal proceedings against somo of the rid officers of the Equit able Lire Assurance society will be Instigated Director August Belmont has resigned James H Hyde through his counsel Samuel Unteraeyer has Indicated to Attorney General Mayer his willing ness to facilitate the attorney gener als proposed suit against James H Hyde and associates for the return of the profits received by them In the syndicates transactions In which the Equltables secretary was Involved Whitelaw Reid American ambassa dor made his first public appearance as ambassador at a dinner given in his honor by the Pilgrims Society of London Harry Flynn 19 was drowned In the Kanawha river at Charleston AV Va while his companions were teaching him to swim This Is the 12th death by drowning in six days In the Ohio and Kanawha rivers Adm Enquist has been given leave to send his sick and wounded men at Manila to their Russian homes Pierce Moberly the negro who kill ed Ed C Jones In Meridian Miss has been captured near Roberts Mill west of that place and lynched The body was found swinging to the limb of a treeThe lard refining building at the packing plant of Schwartzchild It Sulz berger at Armourdae Kan was de stroyed by fire Loss 200000 For the second time In a week John W Hill former chief of the bureau of filtration of Philadelphia was arrested on charges of forgery and falsifying certain books and papers to defraud tbe city of Philadelphia Aftr a hear ing he was held In 2000 ball for trial It is alleged the city has been defraud ed out of J240000 A system of virtual child slavery In which children under 14 years of age are farmed out into households In an attempt to solve the servant girl problem Is a state of affairs that has been discovered in Chicago Max Gumperts and two employes were arrested just before the start of the sixth race at the Delmar track St Louis The arrests were made by deputy sheriffs of St Louis county on warrants charging violations of the antibetting law The prefect has ordered the popula Lion in the vicinity of Mt Vesuvius to prepare to leave their houses owing to on alarming increase in the dis charges from the crater of the vol canoMiss Margaret W Tantum of Tren ton N J has notified Booker T Wash ington of her declson to provide mono ey for the erection of a building at the Tuskegee institute in memory of her father the late Dr J B Tantum- In Ihe case of Lee Robertson a ne- gro charged with attempted criminal assault upon a white woman near Wa co Tex the jury brought in a verdict sentencing him to prison for 1001 years Henry Wulff former state treasurer and president of the Continental Fi nancing Co an alleged getrlchquick concern for which a receiver has been appolutrd was arrested In Chicago Wulft gave bond for 2500 Three men were arrested In Chicago after they had broken into a freight car at Worth III and secured f3500 worth of silver bullion The men confessed to having buried part of their plunder which was later recovered by the police Four men were In the par ty but one of them escaped At Leighton ten miles east of TUB cumbla Aa a M Wright was fatal ly wounded by Frank Daniel a negro The shooting occurred during a contro versy between Wright and Daniels father and the negro escaped pursued bya crowd On the steamship Campania in from Liverpool was a package consigned to an electric firm in Rochester and said to contain a clock which by the use of radium will run for 2000 years It was sent to the customs stores for appraisal Martin W Littleton borough presi dent of Brooklyn will submit to the board of estimate a map for the largest sewer in the world It will be 17 feet in diameter The marriage of Prince Henry Ga lard de Bearn de Chalals to Mjss Beatrice Winans daugbterof Mr and Mrs Ross Winans of Baltimore was celebrated in Paris The groom Is the head of the ancient family of EearnBrissac Jocko Briggs of Chicago got a new lease of life when the supreme court granted a supersedeas on motion attorneys This means a res pite for the man whd was sentenced to bang- Additional pay of 1 a month to en listed men In the army who qualify as expert riflemen Is offered in general orders issued by Gen Chaffee chief of staff and Is calculated to stimulate ri lie practice In the army The boiler of the Attalia Curts Lum ber Cos big sawmill exploded near Alt alia Ala killing four men and fa tally wounding a fifth The Michigan supreme court in reversing a decision of the Jackson coun ty circuit court declared in effect that under the present statutes there can be no recount of an election in which voting machines are used Through the interstate commerce commission a call has been Issued for the 17th annual convention of the Na tional Association of Railway Commis cloners to be held In Deadwood S D beginning August 16 The United Mine Workers and the operators will meet at Springfield IlL to form a joint agreement as to the shot firers law recently passed During a demonstration in Lads a procession of 50000 workmen was fired on by the troops Eighteen were killed and 100 wounded Chairman Shonta of the Isthmian canal commission announced that he had decided to place assistant purchas ing agents at New York New Orleans B E Redfern San Francisco and Ta coma Maj Edward Russell has been order ed to report to the Isthmian canal commission to go to the Isthmus and Install a complete system jof telephon ic and telegraphic communication In the canal zone i t J S fi r The Twentieth Century Llmite train on the Lake Shore road ran into an open switch at Mentor 0 while running a mile a minute The switch had been tampered with by somo one as It was found locked open The en gine and two cars were wrecked the latter taking fire and were consumed Nineteen persons were killed and 12 others badly Injured The train was a fast flyer on a schedule of 18 hours between Chicago and New York and this was her fourth tri As to who is responsible for the condition of the switch the officials are uncertain It is thought to have been the act of a maniac Or some person bent on revenge A reward of 2000 has been offered for the arrest or for Information leading to the arrest of the cul pritPresident Newman of the New York Central and Lake Shore railroads said that the 20 hour schedule of the Twentieth Century Limited train pn tho New York CentralLake Shore line will be restored at once In place of the IS hour schedule DUllness failures for the week end Ing Juno 22 number 157 against 155 last week 215 In the like week In 1904 171 in 1903 and 1C 3 In 1902 Nineyearold Maria Derrick met sud lien death at Appleton WIs She was skipping a rope and as she reached the hundredth mark she said I have finished Almost before she had ceased speaking the child dropped dead Births In New York city at the rate of one every five minutes are recorded by the health department for tho past few days during which period 2011 were reported Secretary of State John Hay accom panied by his son Clarence arrived at Newport R I from Washington and were driven to the secretarys sum mer home at Newbury An appeal for money for the Japan ese orphan relief fund has been issued by Rev Warren Clark treasurer of the organization In New York Rev Orello Cone DD 66 Richard son professor of theology in the theo logical school of St Lawrence univer sity Is dead at Watertown N Y of heart failure He was the author of several books on theology Appentlce Seaman Spllane of Kan sas City arrived at the training sta LIen Newport It I a few days ago Within 48 hours after his arrival he was taken sick and died shortly after ward at the naval hospital of spotted feverIt is evident that the FrancoGer man crisis Is growing dangerously more acute The London papers pub lish alarmist dispatches from Berlin to the effect that a closer study of the French note on the Moroccan confer ence shows it to be a distinctly unsat- Isfactory document ft Is contended that the note falls entirely to relieve the situation James W Alexander former presi dent of the Equitable Life Assurance society has increased the surplus of that organization by paving into Its treasury 6584376 which represents the profits he made as a member of those syndicates which were known as the James H Hyde and associates in their participation in the underwriting of bonds The steamer William E Corey a duplicate of the Elbert II Gary the largest boat plying the great lakes was launched at the yard of the Chi cago Shipbuilding Co- M Aggie Myers who was found guilty at Liberty Mo recently of murder In the first degree was refused a new trial and was sentenced to be hanged on August 11 An appeal will be taken to the state supreme court The secretary of war has approved the recommendation of Gov Magoon of the canal zone that 30000 be de voted to school purposes A recent cansus shows that there are 1936 chll dren in the villages along the line of the Panama Railroad Co The civil service commission will hold examinations for positions as dell and carrier as follows Elyria 0 and Clrcleville 0 on July 8 and Huntington W Va on July 15 Tho engineer Philip Uarnhart of Stuart la was killed and the fireman Frank Higgins badly injured In a wreck of the Rock Island eastbound limited No 42 Near Iowa City la An inquiry into the letting of a con tract by Public Printer Palmer for 72 typesetting machines for use In the government printing office is being made by the special committee recent ly appointed by the president to In itiate reforms in the conduct of the business affairs of the various government departments- W O Jackson chief inspector of rail roads and telegraphs of Ohio Investi gated the Lake Shore wreck That switch was opened Intentionally we know said he Whether or not It was locked open we can not tell for all reports are meager Mrs Watt C Gregg of Grand Lake Cal Ina fit of temporary Insanity shot and killed her four children and attempted to take her own life The British cruiser Carnarvon col lided with the North German Lloyd steamer Coblenz off Finlsterro pn the west coast of Spain The liner was much damaged No lives were lost It is said that Lleut Gen Sir Neville Gerald Lyttleton chief of the gen eral staff and first military member of the army council has resigned alt the result of the South African army stores scandal Copt Harry Knox recently on duty In Washington as a member of the na val organizing and retiring board has been placed on the retired list of the navy with the rank of rear admiral He entered the navy from Ohio Williams college of Wllllamstown Mass conferred the degree of LHD doctor of letters upon President RooseveltThe canal commission has decided to build new hospitals one at Empire with 500 beds one at Colon with 96 beds and one at Taboga with 100 beds and also to build a sanitarium GOT Folk of Missouri expressed himself as prepared to take drastic measures it necessary to enforce the law forbidding race track gambling and the selling of liquor on Sundays Tbe Holy Cross college at Worces ter Mass conferred the honorary degree of LLD upon President Roosevelt The president met with a warm reception upon his arrival In the city Evergreen five miles from PHtsburg was the scene of a cloudburst Girtys Run rose 20 feet in 20 minutes The total loss to pperty will reach 2500 L Charles M Schwab of the Bethle hem Steel Corporation says You may trust the statement that the Unit ed States will be well represented In tfie building of Russian ships Brig Gen Benjamin K Roberts chief of artillery after one days serv- Ice in that position In the war department was placed on the retired list on his own application after 42 years service 5 SS J AS Ii i ARRANGING PEACE Proposition For Date of Meeting Submitted to Russia It Is Under Contldoratlon Negotia tions Will Probably Begin Dur- Ing the First Week or Ten Day of August St Petersburg June 26 Negotla Ions for the peace conference have taken an Important step forward a proposition for the date of the meet Ing of the plenipotentiaries at Wash- Ington having been submitted to Rus sia and being now under considera tion The exact date proposed has not been ascertained but there Is reason to suppose that It IB some time dur ing tho first week or ten daysof Au gust which Is about the earliest period at which the Japanese representa tives could be expected to reach Wash ington allowing reasonable time for the acceptance of tho proposal and the Interchange of the nominations of plenipotentiaries The emperors answer Is not expect ed for a day or two and the diplomatic mills of Russia grind slowly Whether the proposal regarding the date originated at Toklo or at Washington can not be learned but the fact that the negotiations were conducted through Ambassador Meer may indi cate that President Roosevelt has per haps again stepped to the fore and suggested to tho two powers neither of whom would be willing to take the initiative a suitable date THE FIGHTING IN LODZ The Number of Killed and Wounded Is Estimated at 2000 Lodz Russian Poland June 26The most serious phacc of the fighting between the military and strikers Is at an end but there are still Isolated at tacks In the suburbs At Baluty Sun day morning cossacks attacked a Jew ish family of five pehsons who were driving in a cab to the railway sta tion and shot and killed all including the cabman At Pabjanlce near Lodz workmen attacked two policemen and shot and killed one and wounded tho otherThere is a general exodus from Lodz Twelve thousand persons have al ready left and all trains are crowded While It Is not yet possible to ascertain the exact number of the victims estimates placed the killed and wound ed as high as 2000 The troubles here were initiated by the social democrats and Jewish bund who determined to avenge their comrades killed in the rioting of Tiiesday The workmen in all the factories will strike A NEW DEPARTURE Action Taken to Facilitate the Land Ing of Chinese of All Classes Washington June 26By direction of President Roosevelt action has been taken by the administration which not only will facilitate the land Ing in this country of Chinese of all classes but will also eliminate from emigration bureau such administrative features as have been the subject of criticism by Chinese It Is the declar ed intention of the president to see that Chinese merchants travelers students and others of the exempt classes shall have the same courtesy shown them by officers of the Immi gration bureau as is accorded to citi zens of the most favored nation Representations have been made to the president that In view of alleged harsh treatment accorded to many Chinese seeking a landing In the Unit ed States the commercial guilds of China have determined to Institute a boycott on American manufactures NEW GERMAN EMBASSY A Site Has Been Purchased Near the French Embassy in Washington Washington June 26The German government has purchased a splendid site for Its embassy here opposite the property of the new French embassy overlooking Sheridan circle on S street In the northwest section of the city The property which Is shaded by mag nificent trees rises to a considerable height above the street measures about 300 by 195 feet Tho negotia tions for the purchase of the property have been in progress some time and have just been successfully concluded On this site will be erected a splen did stone structure of the style of Frederick the Great seproduclng pet haps in general outline the famous Sans Souci castle or the new castle at Potsdam Bulldog Kills a Baby Chicago June 26Yvonne Davis IS months was killed by a bulldog owned by her father She was playing with a ball which rolled near the dog and when she went to pick it up the dog knocked her down and fastened his teeth in her face Emperor Williams Yacht Defeated Imperial Yacht CJlub Prussia Juno 26The German yacht Hamburg defeated Emperor Willitfnis Meteor II over a 33 knot course by nearly six minutes Emperor William with a large party was on board the Meteor HI The 18 Hour Schedule To Be Restored New York June 26The 18 hour running schedule for the Twentieth Century Limited between this city and Chicago temporarily abandoned fol lowing the wreck at Mentor 0 will be restored On a Secret Mission New York June 26On a secret mission for the state department for which he was commissioned by Presi dent Roosevelt Francis B Loomis as sistant secretary of state sailed for Southampton on the steamer Phila delphia Will Be Invited To Australia Melbourne June 26The common wealth government has decided to in vite Secretary of War Taft and the members of his family and Miss Roose velt to extend their tour from the Phil ippine islands to Australia The Plague In Panama Panama June 26A fatal case of bubonic plague occurred at Laboca The constant arrival of steamers from infected South American ports is regarded as the source of contagion There were no deaths from yellow fever A Peace Plenipotentiary London June 26A correspondent at Shanghai says Mr Odlgarl the Japanese consul here has been recall ed He leaves Tuesday in order to proceed to Washington SB onfc of the peace plenipotentiaries 0 jtL e S IF T5 rfr An Indians Opinion Some Indians from the southwest went on a sightseeing tour of Wash ington in one of the big automobiles devoted to that purpose They listened gravely to the man with the meg aphone as he described the many places of interest At the end of the journey one of the travelers summed it all up thus Heap ride heap talk heap smeUtbe last referring to the whiff of gasoline which occasionally reached him ScrapBook History Gov Warfleld of Maryland has had made a large scrapbook of newspaper clippings on the Ieathof Lloyd Lowndes of his stfte to be filed In the state archives at Annapolis He says I believe It Is the first time that any history of the death of a gov ernor of Maryland has ever been com piled and I propose to take care of predecessors and trust that my exam pIe may be followed by my sue cessors A Young Astronomer Dr Ralph Hamilton Curtiss lately Carnegie assistant aLLlck observatory has been chosen assistant professor of astronomy by the University of Western Pennsylvania Dr Curtis though only 24 years old recently took his doctors degree at the University of California where he received his astronomical training supplemented by graduate work there and at Lick observatory Servant Problem in England Evidently the servant problem Is driving people crazy in England too The following advertisement is from the London Morning Post- Wantedmmedtateiy for Brighton a superior oldfashioned woman as good jcook age between 30 and 45 wages en to begin with washing money but no beer Protestant also for the same situation a strong between maid ago about 18 wages 12 and rite washing money The Riddle of the Sphinx The Sphinx had Just propounded her riddleWhat goes on four legs in the morning two at noon and three in tho evening she demanded An auto they answered readily With a heavy groan she realized that the moderns had gone her one betterN Y Sun- Dont Wear Them The pressure of a stiff high collar on the pneumogastric nerve has been found by DrF B Brubaker to produce unpleasant symptoms like numb ness nausea lassitude and depression of spirits He believes that prolonged pressure by a closefitting collar would tend to serious disease such as lung disease Propelled by a Boot Farmer GeehawWaal I caught that young city spark last night thats been hangln around our Mandy Farmer GiddapAn what happened JabezFarmer Geehaw Oh the spark flew upward Louisville CourierJournal A Safe Average Mrs FergusonWhy do you wear those ridiculously high collars George What are they good for anyhow Mr FergusonThey are good for about four washings Laura Thats my experience with the average laundry Not Worth Mentioning What kind of a dinner did the Hux leys have I heard It was to be an elaborate affair No It didnt amount to much I felt just as well the next morning as I ever did in my life- Raasonable Bequest Doctor to pressing credltorIfyou must bring your bill every day at least you might come with your head tied up so that people would think you were a patient London TitBits Good Season Of the 20 graduates this year from Haskell institute the government School for Indians at Lawrence only six are football players The rest are girls Grin and Bear ItTheres a lot more religion in grit ting your teeth and grinning at trouble than there Is in a sanctified sour sub mission Often It sometimes happens that when a girl rejects a young mans proposal he celebrates his lucky escape by getting full Attract the Ladles In every man there Is a disposition to do the grand where women are con cerned Chicago Daily News MARKET REPORT Cincinnati June CATTL Common 3 25 4 15 Heavy steers 4 75 5 00 CALVES Extra 600 HOGSCh packers 5 30 5 35 Mixed packers 5 25 g 5 30 SHEEPExtra 4 15 4 25- LAMBSSpring 6 50 7 40 FLOURSpring pat 6 00 6 35 WHEATNo 2 red 1 03 Q 1 0- 5No3red l5 0 98 CORNNo 2 mixed 57 57HOATSRyENo2 81 83 HAY Ch timothy 11 25 PORKClear mess 10 LARD Steam 6 75 13YChoiceAPPLFSChoice 3 50 tt 4 00 POTATOESPer bbl 1 25 1 50 TOBACCONew 5 00 013 00 OJ 450 tJ1475 Chicago FLOUR Winter vat 5 10 C 5 21 WHEAT No 2 red 105 No 3 red 1 05 O 1 08 5554OATSNoRyENo2 78 PORKMess 12 55 12 60 LARDSteam 7 22Y1 7 25 Nw YorK FLOURWin strts 4 60 4 65 WHEATNo2 red 1 05 60J1OATS 82iPORKLARDSteam 7 25 Baltimore 86YCORNNo2TILESteers 4 00 4 50 BHEEP Nol 300 3 60 Louisville WHEATNo 2red 1 00 CORNNo 2 mixed oiyi OATSNo2 mixed 35 PORKMess 11 00 LARDSteam 0 6 50 Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red 1 00 48Li i tJltH j T t s NEVER BECOME FEATHERED Eggs Which This Stranger Eats Are Boiled Consequently Birds Dont Issue A vegetarian had an amusing experience the other morning while at breakfast His family was out of town and he went to a rttnurant and took a seat next to a stranger The vegetarian took occasion to silver tie his creed liy telling the strangr that ill meat was injurious and that the hu man diet ulioiilil lie strictly vegetarian Hut sail the stranger seldom eat meatYou just ordered egg wiiil the vege trrian An it practically meat be cause it eventually becomes a bird The kind of eggs I eat never become birds answered the stranger quietly Good heavens cried the vegetarian what kind of eggs do you eatj Principally boiledegga said the llranser Chicago Tribune Of Wide Interest 26SIceialChallYOconto Co delivered II udgmcnt that is of interest to the whole States Put briefly that judgment Dodds Kidney lills are the heat Kidney medicine on the market today roUtiI had an aching pain m my back which mornmgInot know what it was but an advertise ment led me to try Dodds Kidney Pills theyhaveI feel as well now as ever I did before lain in the back is one of the first symptoms of Kidney disease Ifnotcured by Dodds Kidney 1ilU it may de velop into lirights e Diabetes deadlyforms More Than She Could Stand Bridget Ye didnt stay long in ycr new place Mary Ann Mary Ann Faith I did not Me own theybadplugged up Philadelphia Press Ready for the Shock myhillMy dear sir you are only convalescent Ill tell you when you are entirely well Chicago TribuneAmbitious Dolly Is he very ambitious DaisyWcllhewants me Judge vteationa woman where she must wear a lot of now onciN Y Press Nothing delights some people more than to have other people ask favors of them It gives them such pleasure to refuse X Y Times tHY THEY H HAPPY TWO NOTABLE BEOOVEBIES FROM EXTREME DEBILITY Husbands Strength Had Been Waning for Three Years Vlte a Sufferer from Female Weakness My strength had dwindled so that I couldnt apply myself to my business with any snap but was tired and listless all the time said Mr Goldstein bysayIhalltohavetime I because so feeble that I could not stir from bed for three weeks Mr Goldstein is a young man and had ofhisby the fact that his wife was far from saysFor of the time Sometimes I was confined to bed for weeks in succession undera pby kldiieytroubleuoro uncomfortable symptoms con meted with that weakness to which my subjectTrouble this household and settled in it iu just the years that ought to bo tho very happiest Physicians could fbi tell them how to got rid of it I was utterly discouraged said Mr Goldstein Then the urgency of some friends led me to try n blood and nerve remedy which was said to be wonder fully successful Within a mouth there were unmistakable signs of Improvement iu my condition and within a year I was completely well Through the use ol Dr Williams Pink Pills I have now us good health ns lever had iu my life Mrs Goldstein adds The wonderful effect that Dr Williams Pink Pills had iu tho case of my hnshaiid led mo to try theta and they helped mo even snore quickly than they did him One box wade mo decidedly better and a few mouths treatment cured me Dr Williams Piuk Pills are tbe best tonic ant regulator they snake pure rich blood aud when there is general weakness and disorder that is what the system uceds Mr ami Mrs H Goldstein live at 38 Gove street East Boston Mass bydruggists FOR WOMEN trattled with Ills peculiar to their sex used es a douche is mamTonslr sac Cessna Thoroagfcly clean ea kills disease stope discbarcts teals inflammation aad beat ROieaess cares Icscorrluxa sad Sisal tatanhF- axtine is in powder form to be dissolved in puse water and Is far more cleansing healing Ktrmlcida and economical than liquid antiseptics for TOILET AND WOMENS SPECIAL USES For ale at drnjgUti cents a box Trial Box and Book of Instructions Peso Tut H PAXTON COMFAXY BOSTON Maaa t IE s Scs 5 t 4 IN STRICTCONFIDENCE Women Obtain Mrs Pinkhams Advice and Help She Usa Guided Thousand to Health L HowLydiaKrlnUlium VeietobIe Com pound Cured Mrs Fred Seydel It Is n great satisfaction fora woman to fed that she can write to nuothcr tcllinirlicr Ithc most private 4 land confidential I about her Saillness and know thather letterwill lje4 be seen by a wo man onlya wo 4 4 man full of syrns1ft tIC pathy for her sick sisters and above all a woman who has had es more experience tn tvr tntr tmt lf IL tf t than any living person I Over one hundred thousand cases of female diseases come before Mrs Pink ham every year somo personally goingonHurcly women are wise in seeking advice fr9m a woman of Mich exper ence especially when it absolutely rfree Mrs Pinkhnm never violates the con fidence of women and every teatime nial letter published is done bo with the written consent or request of the writer in order that other sick women may be benefited as they have been Mrs Fred Scydel of 412 North 54tb Street West Philadelphia Pa writes Dear Mm Pinkhara r Overayernagofwmboyoualetterasklng as hud female lib and could notacarry a child to maturity I received your j jkind letter of instructions and followed your I advice I am not only a welt woman in con sequence but have n beautiful baby girL I wish every suffering woman in the land would twrite you for advice as you have dons to q much for me Just as surely as Mrs Seydel was cured will Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound cure every woman suffering from any form of female ills 44I No other meaicinc in all the jrorld has such a record of cures of female troubles as has Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Therefore no prudent woman will accept any substi n tute which a druggist may offer Tf you are sick write Mrs Plnkham Lynn Mass for special advice It ia free and always helpfuL MILLIONS ush THFWARIIVC Tii JIlL IIUIILLJ- JFAYORITVT ForPrcservhigPurif1ng andautifypgtheSkin Scalp flair and Hands Ca1cnra Sp eombi adfrmntt v4 eniet Iat prpeni drt4 Catie the swat SkisSp pines of Iredili M the of 5rndos Two Soap in one tTksEr7 a Mdktuib and Foip far acS ihm orp 5l Prop Botc THINGSWORTHKNOWING AUSTIN TEL MUSKOCEE T DALLAS TEL TEX FL WORTH TEL TEL GALVESTON TEX SHAWNEE 0 OENISON TEX McALESTER T GUTHRIE 0 TULSA TEX OKLAHOMA CITY 0S ITheTEXAS OKLAHOMA AND 1INDIAN TERRITORY Are nil Located on iThe Katy P SThIs Is a reason hy you sheId trae1 and ship your freIghtIa The katy Truths that Strike Home Your grocer is honest andif ho cores to dp socan tell you that he knows very utile about the bulk coffee he sells you How can ho know where it originally came from Ibow it was blended Of With What or when roasted If you buy your coffee loose ty the pound how can t you expect purity nnd uniform quality LION COME the LEADER OF ALL PACKAGE COFFEES is ol t4 necessity uniform In quality strength and flavor For OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTUXY LION COFFEE Ij has been the standard coilee IB millions of hones 1ILlONCOFFEEescareiuuypaeiceci at our factories and until opened la your home IMS mo chance ol being stint or ol coming In contact with dust or unclean hands COFFEE you get ono full upon getting the genuine I ni5erted valuable EVERYWHERE premiums SPICE CO Toledo Ohio tkL j r STAT ODDS AN ENDS I HEAD ALMOST TORN OFF William Mastin Shot and Instantly Killed Newt Whalen Cynthiana Ky Juno 23 William Mastln shot and instantly killed Newt Whalen at Oddville eight miles from Cynthiana early In the morning Whalen was a citizen of Claysville and a desperate character when drink- Ing He was in Cynthiana al day Returning home he demanded admit tance to Mastlns house declaring hij t Intention to kill a young lady living there He was refused but broke into tho h1antiwan advancing on Mastln witha knife when the latter fired i Two loads from a shotgun struck Wha len in the neck and almost tore hlj head off t c Mastln at once dmv to Cynthiana and surrendered to the authorities s The coroners Jury rendered a ver dict acquitting the man of killing Whalen Vhalen was a prominent farmer and had lost much of his prop erty and several months ago took the bankrupt law and since that time was very quarrelsome when he came to town and at time rough STRANGE FIND Whisky Fifty Years Old Found In a Safe With 2000 In Gold SIpIBurkesvllle Ivy June 22An old by exJ dge W F t 4p I fSOwaley of this place which has ic- mained In an old brick building un etouched since before the civil war was by W F Owsley jr and found to contain 2000 In god a gold r whiskyitt t opened In 50 years Judge Owsley Is now 03 years old and infirm He was i by far the wealthiest citizen of this a county until recently he divided his estate among his children DUEL WITH PISTOLS Two Men Were Shot To Death In the 4Kentucky Mountaino Sergent Ky June 23A pistol duel ot J in which two were killed occurred in the mountains back of Dungannon ill 41Srottcounty Henry Hale and John B inbgardner young farmers met at Smiths saloon and after drinking or heavily opened fire on each other Cy S rus Hale and William Bumbgardner bystanders joined jn the battle al- I after ten minutes of desperate fight ing when the smoke cleared away q Henry Hale and John Bumbgardner IJweredead while Cyrus Hale had re a very dangerous flesh wound SSSAll the parties were prominently con bqnect d In that section NURSED PET DOG J4ItIt Now Believed the Woman Has Hydrophobia Owensborq Ky June 3Mrs Will- Reynolds of this county has a genu ine case of hydrophobia It is belle rd the contracted the disease about i yar1agcwhen she had a pet dog which developed hydrophobia She tbLItlssupposettbal the disease came Tram getting the poison In some slight abrasion of the skin Blown Into a Post Hole ScBowl1ngGrein Ky June 24M F Allen an employe of the East Tennes I see Telephone Co was blown into the aIr by a premature discharge of dyna- mitee and badly Injured Descending e he fell head foremost Into the post hole vho was blasting and friends had tq pull him out An eye was blown out and his limbs mangled Refused Admission To the Bar NPport Ky June 24 Charges Wll llama a Ixjulsvllle colored attorney has been Tefusea c miEtfion to the Campbell county bar Hisch-aractertwas called Into question by Col Wash ington while being examined In Judge Hlssema court and it being shown that he had served time Judge Hls i sem refused to grant his certificate Monarch Declared Insane Owensboro Ky June24M V Monarch fonrieMy one of the leading business men of Owe sboro wasde cinred Insane In the circuit court and t and a guardian ad lltem appointed to look after his Interests in asutJ brought by the Columbia Finance and TrustCo of Louisville to which he is a party defendantS Damage Suit Compromised Hopklnsvllle KyJuno24G G Reeder at one time employed as a car 4 Vpiftnter by thelkN filed suit last allegingtlost one of his les and use of the oth er at Earllngton The railroad corn pany pays Reeder f8250 SI Cut Brother Fatally With An Ax a Morehead Ky Junei4John and i Jay Collins brothers living at Gads rton this county quarreled over a woman and Jphn cut Jay with an ax inflicting a fatal wound John Collins and the woman Ellen Isom are In Jail here p HiShot WaaFau- lWIncbHterKyJuneIcS 24Matt- t Tracey son of SP Tracey superin lndeatof schools ofPowei county it iaalleged shot and fatally wounded a young man named Ware son of ex f Sheriff P W Ware Cause unknown Ii A Deserter Sentenced 5t F ri Thomas Ky June 23Fredq Forsyth Company C Eighth Infantry i was tried by fgeneral courtmartial c aveled at thlspot and sentenced I to be dishonoratijj discharged and to 16 months conflBeBieBt for desertion regiMenttIKJ Morris yrankfortXy Juae23rrGpy Beck t ham appointed K J Morris to Jill the I ytcancy office ot magistrate Jn 5S the HfgktoBd district InCampbeJi ftaty nad vacant by the r slgua ties ot ri cf1aukatweekj Hey Krcfir ceM s1nsane- V t8 vmeKu8e 22 Henry AKreg V a butchtr rfcote h elsat tWr EMt mrkei Street Is Insane is i ere1t rbI effort to save Geo tWariefltfrOfif biIeg banged for the I urdsi ef Fulaskl Leeds superintend tpachiBery of theL ft N V J erkf tlelatI4CCIItlnllClf Piscab KYuae22 ease of i rr Bbwiir Walter H liand ot CliJl way WV IJ5t7 for the aurderef Hardy Keys rHtIr5trlal at Be foB waif continued HaUl the fourth arol th September t pHt a 0 S c r f D i lift CfCY i t 11 0tiI T- t tJJ lrcS- i r4f1Jl1iI 1rtc 1 rI JlI Ii ON WIFES DARE Hasband Shoots Himself After a Quart rel Over Two Dollars Covlnjrton Ky June 2tDared it Is said by his wife to carry out his threat to kill himself William IJrodet boss carpenter C9 shot anti probably fatally wounded himself at his home on the northwest corner of Scott and 20th streets Brodet with his wife and C a Be hymer a friend had Just sat down to supper when an argument Behymer says arose between Brodct and his wife about 2 she said he had obtain ed from her to buy a saw He retorted that he had bought the saw and rising from the tnble pro Iluced a saw from a closet for which he said he had spent 2Mrs Brodet told him he hud that saw several days beforo he got the afrom her whereupon Brodet was an gered and went to an upper room and shot himself AGED HUSBAND Will Be Tried on a Charge of Murdering His Wife AlbanyKy June 22Anl1 being In session hero one week the Clinton circuit court has adjourned The grand jury rendered 51 true bills Rube York was tried and convicted for tho murder of William Shelton in this county and was given a life sentence In the penitentiary This was his sec ond trial the first resulting In a hung JuryCalvin Rains the husband of Mrs Rains who was murdered In this coun ty last Monday was indicted for the killing It was first reported that she had been murdered and robbed by two men Rains two girls were not indict ed and were released from custody Rains can not have his trial before tha October term of the circuit court No bond was allowed him He Is about 74 years old Some think he is Insane A KENTUCKY BOY Twice a Deserter Though Only 19 Years Old Louisville Ky June 24Twlce a deserter from the United States army Bert Woosley who lives near Big Reedy In Bourbon county celebrated his 19th birthday by being arrested by Deputy United States Marshal Jeff Cundiff The boy first enlisted in the regular army November 22 1903 but deserted soon afterward He was recaptured but not severely punished on account of his youth He deserted for the second tithe in New York last October Elks Want Prize Again Covington Ky June 23 Members of the Covington lodge of Elks win ners of the prize as Kentucky Colonels in the parade of the order at Cin cinnati last year are planning to go to the reunion and capture the prize again this year They propose to go 100 strong and arc working on an Im provement In their picturesque dress The reunion at Buffalo Is on July 19 Appendix Was Twisted Lexington Ky June 22JohnStucky the noted athlete of this city and member of last years baseball and football teams of the University of Virginia was operated on here for appendicitis The surgeons found the appendix undlseased but greatly twisted Verdict Against Book Publisher Lancaster Ky June 23In the Lin coin circuit court a verdict was ren dered in favor of Mrs E L Walker county superintendent of schools for Garrard county for OOOO against tho sureties of Gina Co of Boston for discriminating in the price of school books Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky June 22Elght Win dred and twentyfive hhds of burley were offered on the tobacco breaks at prices ranging from 37 to 1476 One hundred and six hhds of dark were offered the prices varying from 42fi to 875 The Giant Declared Insane Newport Ky June 24 Steve Burns the Newport giant who recent ly ran amuck requiring the united efforts of five policemen to arrest him and lock him up was declared a lu natic in the circuit court This was done at the request of his mother Charged With Rating Bills Paducab Ky June 23 United States Detective flannel arrested J H Williams a towboat man on th charge of beingimplicated in the rats ing of 2 bIlls to 10 Bertha Lassl tera i5yearold girl who passed one of the notes claims to have received it from Williams Ryan Pleads Guilty of Murder Franklin Ky June 23Tom Ryan pleaded guilty to the murder of Bob Beard and was given a life term in the penitentiary This is the only case of the kind where any defendant ever pleaded gujlty of murder In the first degree in this county The Educators Meet Glasgow Ky June 22 Kentucky Educational association convened at Mammoth Cave Nearly 1000 delegates are in attendance Prof James S Fuqua sr state superintendent de livered the opening address Short It Dead Covington Ky June 23 Federal Marshal Sharp received a letter from Deputy Frank Horn at Hazard Ky stating that Short the man tie shot about a week ago had died Short was wanted in Virginia and resisted Horn Points To Murder Owlngsville Ky June 23The find lag of a skeleton In a hollow tump on Still Water creek Wolf county by William phildert while hunting points to murder the authorities believe Caleb Owingi vanished two years ago Conductor Catron Killed Mlddlesbqro Ky June 22A heavy loaded coal train broke in two on the Stony Fork division of the L k N railroad and four earn were smashed William Catron conductor was killed and Red Orbe a brakeman was dangerously hurt internally Green Grapes Cause Death Newport Kyiv June 22Bertha the sixyearold daughter of Charles Lind say 407 West Sixth street died suddenly The little gIrl had eaten a lot if green rapes the day before anti jsoqa ntterward was taken Violently ilL f t I The Testing ofAbrahamPART theIIIhwayandA Vision Between the Lines of Cods Inspired Word toprght lto by J Edon Scripture Authority And It came to pans after these things that God did prove Abraham and said unto him Abraham and he said Here am J And lie said Take now thy son thine only son whom thou lovest even Isaac and get the Into the land of Morlah and offer him there fora burntoffering upon one of the mountains which I teil Into ofGen 121 2 Read all thechapterBy Abrahum being tried offered up Isaac yea he that had gladly received the promises was offering up his only be gotten eon even he to whom It wan said In Isaac shall thy seed be called account- Ing that God Is able to raise up even from the dead from whence he did also In a figure receive him batklleb 111719 liE sharp clear noto of a horn sounded on the soft afternoon air j and three people pseated In the com 77 ill fortable shade of Sithe ample tent paused in their 4conversation to Slisten and looked I out across the fruitful fields In 5 the direction from which the cheery blast had come That is Jerahs horn If I mistake not quickly spoke up a tall comely young man rising to his feet I must he going Ellezer has his hands more than full these days in taking the accounting of the flocks and herds and I must help him The reports thus far are good my son questioned the aged father lift ing his eyes to the face of the young man and studying it with quiet earn estness There has never been a better year that I remember father And I know Ellezer is well pleased for repeatedly during the last few days as the reports havo come in he has exclaimed How hath the Lord prospered my master And it Is all for thee Isaac burst out the mother eagerly expressing the ever present thought of her heart for all through the years as she had cared for and watched her baby grow into boyhood and then young manhood nod then into the fullgrown man of the present moment site had noted with deep satisfaction the increasing prosperity of Abraham knowing It was all for Isaac their only son and heir By way of response Isaac stroked tenderly the silvered locks which fell gracefully over the brow and temples of his mother and then kissing her affectionately turned and walked away with light eager step As he reached the adjacent grove of band sonie trees which Abraham by his own hand had planted at Beersheba years before he turned and gayly waved a goodby and was gone Neither parent spoke for some time but letting their eyes rest on the spot where their son had disappeared they seemed to be lost in thoughts and plans for him Abraham was the first to break the sweet silence as he said with fervor How graciously Jehovah hath dealt with us He hath withheld nothing from us- Yea and the Lord hath spoken nothing but good concerning our son Isaac rejoined Sarah confidently It is in my heart to make an offer ing unto the Lord this day in token of His goodness and mercies responded Abraham rising Thou doest well were the encour aging words of Sarah as he left the tentGoing to the DockS Abraham select ed one of the finest of the lambs and bearing it in his arms he sought out the altar in the midst of the grove where It was his wont to call upon the name of the Lord and offer sacri lice unto Him Carefully ho laid the wood on the altar and upon this placed the little lamb As he took his knife in band pieparcd to shed Its blood a Voice called him saying here am I quickly responded Abraham staying his hand and waiting reverently with bowed head for he knew It was the Lord talk lag with him Take now thy son thine only son Isaac whom thou lovest and get thee into the land of Morlah and offer him there for a burnt offering upon one of the mountains which I will tell thee ot The voice ceased Abrahams hand dropped nerveless at his side Cold eads of perspiration stood out upon his forehead A mist like a cloud fell over his eyes shutting out the bright sunshine His brain whirled In con fused helplessless and a strange dread seized hold upon his heart Ills limbs shook beneath him and sinking to the ground he heard again the words Take now thy son thine only son Isaac whom thou lovest and get theft Into the land of Morlah and offer him there for a burnt offering upon one of the mountains which I will tell thee of obeyeclthatnow His only begotten son whom he 10vedlOb could he walk In the pathway which God had marked out Long and fierce was the conflict but at last victory and a calm peacefulness which always comes when the soul has placed Itself unreservedly in the hands of God and walks with Him Into the furnace of fiery trial He could not understand and he knew It was not for him yet to see the reason why Out of the agony and confusion of heart and mind two thoughtscame at last to calm and help him One wasjthat God had spoken and that he must obey The other was that God who had so miraculously given him afld Sarah a son in their old age could also restore him to them though he were dead The afternoon had slipped away and the twilight was deepening Into the darkness of night and still Abraham lay In the dust at the foot of the altar So lost was he with hlg inward contem plations that he did not bear the tread of footsteps but the gentle pressure of In a recent article by M Henri IM ganga French sociologist it Is shown that the Jews are essentially a raceS of poor men the financial class senting only a small minority A very Urge proportion of the 5700000 Jews in Russia are engaged in manual tol In 13 Russian governments there are 325 Jewish agricultural colonies Rou mania is of courses the worst Jew persecuting country in the world Practically all professions are closed prohlblted i 7 fS4I r 55Sir a hand upon his shoulders aroused him and lifting his head he looked up into the face of his son in whose eyes there shone mingled wonder and loving sym pathyFather wo have wondered at thy prolonged absence and I came in scares of theeThe father struggled to speak but his voice choked and Isaacs quick per ception told him that his father had had some kind of a vision and that God had spoken to him but his rev erent regard for his father and his fa thers God restrained him from question Ing him as to the experiences of the afternoon and why lie was prostrate be fore the altar Silently Abraham rose to his feet and as he did so his eyes fell Upon the little lamb which still lay bound upon the altar Quickly glancing up at Isaac and noting the questioning look In his eyes as he too saw the lamb and the wood carefully laid for the sacrifice be said The Lord hath required a better sac rificeAnd stooping down Abraham took the knife which had slipped from his hand earlier in the afternoon and cutting the thongs which bound the patient creature rubbed its stiffened limbs and then placing It on the ground let It go Tomorrow morning my ton wewlll go to tile land of Morloh to a pIact the Lord will show us to offer up a burnt offering to the Lord there said Abraham as they walked slowly home ward Isaac understood not the full Import of his fathers words but he felt the deep fervor and the Intense pathos of his fathers voice and as his father drew him to himself in tender embrace his heart stirred with a devout longing to be In close fellowship and sympathy with him in this new call to worship and service Returning his fathers pressure he said earnestly All that God hath sail unto thee dol Thy God Is my God Let me worship and serve Him with thee Yea that thou wilt my son for It is the only way of blessing responded the father with a Godly fervor which sought to stifle and still the agony of his breaking heart No other word was spoken and the young man as he walked by his fathers side pondered deeply overall these things They found waiting Im patiently their coming in the tent door and to her questions as to what had detained him Abraham returned reluct ant reply A new conflict was raging within his heart Could he tell he all 1 He had been so deeply absorbed in Gods command and of Isaacs part therein that he had not taken any thought as to what explanation he should make his wife or how much he should tell her of what God had said to him She noted his evident confu sion and pressed him eagerly for an swerBut could he tell her Could he tell her With great effort to control his feelings and hide from her the great sacrifice which God had called upon him to make he related to her the Incidents of the afternoon telling her how God had spoken to him and had called hire to offer burnt offering upon a moun lain In the land of Morlah He told her all save that Isaac their only be gotten and wellbeloved son was the offering which God required f Well she exclaimed somewhat impatiently when he had concluded I see nothing In this that snould cause you such confusion and reluctance in the telling of it Should not God call you to worship Him In the land where we sojourned so manyyears and where Gods messengers renewed the promise of the coming of our son Isaac She paused to Jake breath after her rapid speech and then continued little realizing what her words meant God has marvelously prospered us the son of promise Is with us todayto comfort our hearts and fill all the fu ture with the brightness of hope and should we withhold anything from Him of all that lie has given us Nay go serve thy God whither lie has called thee anti let Isaac go with thee that he too may be one with thee in wor ship Abraham bowed his bead In assent to his wifes words but spake not and Isaac who had listened to his moth approvalturnedhimself I will get things In readiness that we may get started early in the morn ingHe sought out Ellezer his counsel lor In all plans for the faithful serv ant of his father had guarded and cared for him from the time he was old enough to toddle out among the flocks and herds He told him of his fathers experience of the afternoon and of the call to mountain in the Land of lforlah1and then planned with him for the trip Jcrah who came in but today Is a devout soul and shall go with us and I am minded to lake the young man Aram for he has often spoken of a desire to have a part In our serv ice of sacrifice And the lamb questioned Ellezer have you selected It to take with youI was going to ask you to go with me and help me choose the likeliest one In the flock eagerly rejoined IsaacAnd suiting the action to the words he took the older man by the arm and together they walked out into the beautiful moonlit night and went hither and thither among the gentle sheep seeking a goodly offering for the LordAnd Abraham sitting silent and alone before his tent looked out Into the night and pondered over the of fering which the Lord had asked What could It meaq Earnestly he groped In the darkness of mystery for the answer Could it be that the Lord required more than the blood of a lamb for acceptanca with Him A new thought In the worship of God was coming to him and what Abra ham saw In symbol and mystery that night we kpow the blessed fullness of today as we realize that God withheld not His only begotton son but freely offered Him up as a sacrifice for sin that In Him we might have deliverance from sin and might receive the gift oi eternal life If no drunkard can go to Heaven what will become of the drunkard maker American Home From time Immemorial in Cam bridge Eng the dairymen roll the butter co as to form a long stick weighing a pound which they sell In slices as If it were sausage In the market the butter merchants do not need tc use either weights or scales A single glance is sufficient for these merchants accustomed to the time honered practice A very neat cut with the knife divides the yard Into halve quarters or eighths very ex actly And It appears that the CUll tome Iinever given short measure L J 2t Our Declarations S time pi83 3 critics and carpers assail the bit of literature sacred iii4a1zt to the good American 411 the dmotIng In originality logic simplicity Englishmen I I aspeak of It as a very article and v thlc last Is most amus- Ing of all tho avaJanche of blame that has befallen the words signed tha July day some 120 years ago conditions were not such one could be much of mugwump then But we have the judgment of a careful student a man that from the distance of years Is able to Judge calmly and fairly Prof Moses Colt Tyler meeting the charge of lack of originality says that of course the document was ti reltea tlon of tho expressions of tho people or the preceding 12 years during which period the colonies were afire with tho Injustice and Indifference of tho mother country The phraseology thus characteristic of It the declara tion la the v cry phraseology of the champions of constitutional expansion DESK AND CHAIRS AT WHICH TUB DECLARATION OF INDEPEND ENCE WAS SIGNED of civic dignity and progress within tho English race ever since Magna ChartaProf Tyler If the Declaration of Independenceill now to be fairly judged by us It must be Judged with reference to what It wtIntended to benamely an Imp s sioned manifesto of one party and that tho weaker party In violent race quarrel of a party resolved at last upon the extremity of a revolution and already menaced by the inconceiv able disaster of being defeated In tbt very act of armed rebellion against the mightiest military power isearth And here Is a scholars vindi cation If vindication bo needed for the pride taken by tho average Amor lean in his declaration Jefferson gathered up the thoughts and emotions and even the characteristic phrases of tho people for whom he wrote and these he perfectly Incorporated with what was already In his mind and then to the music of his own keen rich passionate and enkindling style he mustered them into that stately triumphant procession wherein as some of us still think they will go marching on to the worlds end But to speak of other declarations connected with our early history We may mention the colonial bill of rights 1774 the declaration of rights by Virginia May 27 1776 and tho more or less traditional Mecklen swhichthan a year the one signed at Phila delphia North Carolina displayed faith In the existence of such a declaration by 1831 setting aside a state holiday In celebration of this great deed His torians disagree as to the Mecklenburg declaration and we can but give the story as it is related details gathered from here and there It Is stated thai the people of Mecklenburg county wre- called upon in the spring of 1775 to appoint delegates toa convention where were to be devised ways and means for helping the harassed people of Boston Immediately after the bat tIe of Lexington the delegates met at Charlotte declared themselves free oi Great Britain and sworn to use every exertion to spread the love of country and flre of freedom throughout America until a more general and organ ized government be established In this province It was not until 1818 a copy of tha alleged declaration was given to the public and then bitter contro versy arose asa writer In Harpers Enclyclopedla of American History remarks There was a general demand for proof concerning such an Important event that had been allowed to slumber more than 40 years In the spring of 1716 presentation was made to the Virginia convention of a declaration of rights and on Juna 12 It was unanimously adopted Lcss than A month later we have the Amer ican declaration the expression of tile 13 colonies At this congress it took no small discussion to win a unani mous vote although from the first it was evident a majority of the colonists were In favor of Independence The 2d of July pros and cons flew batk and forth but the resolution was passed on that day On the 3d there was more heated argument sul denly brought to a close by word of the arrival at Sandy Hook of a for mldabie British armament On the Fourth tho unanimous vote of the colonies adopted the Declaration of In dependence We all remember the declaration of colonial rights formulated In the Ort continental congress 1774 in whlca Were set forth the needs and rights of the colonists the natural born sub- Jects of England The Fourth of July declaration boldly breaks hi bond KATHERINE POPE Desirable Germans in Canada N Kaumanns an expert connected wlUa the agricultural department of Goraany Is in this country investigating condi Lions among his countrymen He says the most desirable German immigrants ire not settling in the United State but are going to Canada This is ba Ruse many of them have been deceived by land boomers who have cmt all sorts highbounding literature to German hamlets and villages When the immigrant arrives ho finds that the promises on which he relied cannot be redeemed As a result Germans of the betlrr agricultural sort are going to Cana ta and some time must elapSe b4 fore confidence can he restored Paying Business This A Wisconsin preacher Is to get a raise of salary because he has become th3 father of twins This together with tha proposition to tax Wisconsin bachelors would seem to indicate that the center of population qught In the natural course of events to establish Itself some where In the Badger state- Progress i A Chlnama has been permitted to enter a Missouri prison without having his queue removed Slowly but surely we are learning U be Kind to the yellow Wee 4 1 I a 5st i 3 IS 4 Dont Poison Baby F ftPsleep and A PEW DROPS TOO MANY will produce the SLEEP PROM WHICH t THERE IS NO WAKING Many are the children who have been killed or whose health has been ruined for life by paregoric laudanum and morphine each ft of which is a narcotic product of opium Druggists are prohibited from sellingr lither of the narcotics named to children at all or to anybody withoutlabelling hem II poison The definition of II narcotic is A medicine which relieves pain Jznd produces sleep but which in poisonous doseproduces stupor coma convul sions and death II The taste and smell medicines containing opium are disguisedS and sold under the names of II DropsII Cordials Soothing Syrups etc You should not permit any medicine to be given to your children without you or your physician know of what it is composed CASTOKLA DOES NOT CON TAIN NAECOTICS if it bears the signature of Chas H Fletcher IIloi J1 I JI AVtgctnbte Prcparationfor As similating thcFoodandfleiula- UngihSloiaaclaMBoweLsof YNlSiULDRr Promotes DigeslfofiChcerful ness andRcstConlalns neither OpiumMorphine nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC i Jvtbadj1ctMzzh7r7zJIDil Anile Senif nnnillJ1i Strtt Tnrr Tor ness andLoss OF SLEEP facsimile Signature of NEW YORK li1 EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER fJ DRIVEN TO DESPERATION rejected Suitor in the Depth of lila Dejection Determines to Go to Work Tell me my daughter aidMl Moneybag with sonic anxiety fn bis voice relates London TitBits as he led his only child toa seat in the drawingroom wasnt young Mr Gasket here last- 3ighth Yell father Why do you ask Did and hI have a quarrel No father not a But M mIl lisa anything happened to him Did he or propose marriage to iuSYes he did father replied the girl now tbroughly alarpied Do tell me has happened to him Has be committedsui What Vas your reply daughter DillI you accept him No1 Has his body been coy Did ou him auy encouragement No father Did he shoot himself prYou rejected him finally and irrevoca ly did you father and he said hed go and 3o something desperate but I didnt think ied mate awayIth himself Ob father Imtit awful suspected that ou- tsd rejected him when I heard what he badtodajOh do you think I shall be ttlled to account for it t Oh dear no You weren t obliged to iMrry him just because ha asked you Bat tell me what has he done tat erUesettJJ down to earn his own liv lit I His Opinion 15r PillsSee that squeezedin wait hats what they call an houriass girl Pr Bills Hourglass girl ehl Yes What doyou think of her if she keeps up that sort of lacing r thould say her sands of life vill not ha org in running out Louisville Courier vtirnal eNot So Great Mifkins What do you think of that UppsonBifkins much If he was to jump tfl a mill pond his waves wouldnt drown oiy ducksChicago Daily News what you please about false teeth there is this in their favor You do not have to cut them in 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smarting sweating feet new shots easy Sold by all Druggists and Shoe Dont accept any Sample StoresIAddress A S eOlmsted Le Roy goldtheTimes little acid for testing a purposes N Y Push ksKuro is a wonderfulmedicine and cures where all others have failed especially in Rheumatism Pains Weal ness Stomach Trouble It is the best Blood and Nerve Tonic Sent on trial Dr C Pusheck Chicano Book free Write The straw hat season furnishes a chance for every man to get some practice in con trolling the lid Washington Post infallibleSamuel Ocean Grove K J Feb 171900 Mt cj our fsjting is done In pious contcmuUticD of ihc feasting thit JI f9UU Payuu R t1 J Letters from ProminentPhysicians addressed to Chas H Fletcher Dr J W Dlnsdnlf of Chicago saysHI use your Castoria and advise Its use In all families where there are children Ir Alexander K MlnlU of Cleveland Ohio says I have freiurntly pre scribed your Castoria and hue found It a reliable and pleasant remedy for children Dr J S Alexander cf Omaha Neb 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l r GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS f J Signature of d 1 The Kind You Have Always Bought qj In Use ForOver3OYearsS aceNrauacopAayTyuuaaaTvNgwvoanciTvS The Cheerful Idiot When I was on the farm began the Cheerful Idiot who had been humming Annie Laurie- Where you should have stayed indefinitely remarked the Tired Cittern with considerable heat When I was on the farm went on the C I calmly we had a donkeywe called Max Welton because brays- ere so bonny Ha ha ha ha ha Baltimore American I Wasted or Waisted Gccms like the size of the woman makes no difference We have known just as much affection to be wasted on a 90poumI girl ns upon the fat wonun in the circus Springfield 0 Sun In a way the common people deserve to be called the herd and in a way they dont They stampede at shadows while real dangers dont disturb them but on the other hand no herd can be skinned again and again Puck It not infrequently happens that the friends of the selfmade man sutler from overproductionPuckHigh getting so high 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or to JOHN W lloNAKKit Owingsville pi Ky 4r Subscribers dociring n changeof I address should always give pro vinup additsc when writing Corrf pondent when nut ofnia tionery should mention fuct on a separate slip of paper IInrhorlrTnE OUTLOOK is tent one year i for one dollar PIX month forMxty cent three months for thirty live i tentTHURSDAYJUNE9IDo o = q a 4 ANNOUNCEMENT FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to minounco The E Dy of Moreluad u can t dute for reelection as Roprosrnta i h live from Ruth mm Rnwnn roiin tf fiep subject to tho action of the Democratic party r We nro authorized to announce Waller Sharp of Sharpshurg a candidate fur Representative from t Bath end Rowan counties subject to the action of the Democratic party 1- TiiKBurleyTobHrroCompnny SHVP the report thnt that orgiizttir n CrtuitiIypIbe frUJltp hope it is not but will prove uccopeful thin year THE building of the Panama ca 4 rmii8 not proceeding with tho Mjb vigor promised by tho sensational k Itjrth of the Puttatua republic John i J Wallace the chief engineer has JTimme home in II stew about some 14 thing i fxmiMa THE Russian troops fight well if It not nobly when it comes to shoot 1 ing down their own people in Lodz IendWarsaw having made A terri lli ble sttugliteniIiursday undFriday killing many women und children 11mong tho crowds of slain iiSi GKUMANT has puslied Krance ver the Moroccan question to the point t iliat the French peopltrmay force a war The worM would he all the better if Germany laid an overhear Jnp conceit nnd arrogance nf Ihir tyGve years1 etundirrt whippet out of her though it is n serious pIes 4 p lIon if France would be capable of tiding jf BENJAMIN il H ASK ILL while alive a few weeks ago WMS one of the IL proud nobility of the kingdom of high finance Since his death is in 1 developed that he forged nbout one l Ipll110n dolharll worth of810cks find passed them on shrewd blink er and trust oflleiala rf Philadel phia All the suckers dont live In iT the rural districts t TIlE tobacco growers of this State are kicking over the Govern went report of an increased tobac tJ co acreage of 20 per cent this year claiming that it is falsely done in the interest of the Tobacco Trust lay ito agents An investijju Jton is to hu made to correct the report if H be wrong by represen i tatives of the growers r CORRESPQNPENCE rj Upper Prickly Ash p y 1 Shrrhian Hamilton of Monlyoro ntoAlmanzn Stone and wile visited rStStrelatives In Fleming county Iron Sunday till Tuesday ttL Mrs Frances Himilton returned 1 Sunday from a two weeks visit to t j j relatives InMontgttmery county i h 1jFrfuckeU and wile viIte I 4 jp Taokett and family J + tlt Flat Creek one night l ast week t Pi John D Stone nod son Lindsay Of near Carlisle visited R L Stone z t and wife from Saturday till Mon toOra day d ffA Jtf Mini W J Shrout son Ralph + and daughters Ora and Elizabeth Id F If Flat Creek isereguesta of GW 3 r a Kcrr and family Sunday f Stoops fi Wheathas been badly damaged 1 j by the wet weather h rci J s Sherman Hamilton visited rela i t1ii ri tivea on Prickly Ash Sunday A t I i 1Iiss Mattie Morgan of Bourbon J IroulIty has been visiting here lt t l SeveraLfrom hero have been at dx 1l2 tending the show at Sharpaburg 4 J Mrs James Piersall who has li f been very jck has about recover tiv ed P ttc tM J L GTeorynnd Iwifo visited I t 43 relatives in Bourbon county Wed tJesdayzI to J j l Edna and Lizzie Warner f TJ udy visited Mrs UortSaunders f gunday 4f Weeds and grass have taken pos ri iJeeeslon rf the tobacco crop iu this J H Gillasple and wife visited i t the family of Thomas Fogg near I Jrft Sterling Sunday- MrBiThomaa l i f Warner and Mrs J l Emma McClnin vi itcd at Plum krkIt 4l sqhlreJP ill and family1 hi r 1 formers brother Aloe 1 L frlmble near Mt SterlingSunduy GOT Jeff Davia has announced fUI4 J i his1 candidacy for U S Senator ft j from Arkansas Now if some 10 rrergnud athletic man will npposo him t theATkanelwy will be treated ir Il iwitb ebmo fine punching exiiibi tr tle18 vo l1 t 7 3 tJ J x j f j q c J t spf tI r ffJ iI i44 f r1r 1 ij4krf r c tk J r r J1 FF u P Slato Valley Elder Willhoyt preaches hero eVe ery second Sunday Miss Lury Ulory visited Mibe Ijollie iiirnvr Sunday Mrs Enoch Worrell getting well Mrs Martin Jones remains sick Mn son itIof Flat Creek was n guuet of the family of Duo Rudder Sunday Andrew Coylo anti wifcof Prick ly Atsh viittllllIir diiti litcr Mrs leo Itiuldcr nit family Sunday Jamen Lyons and Mrs Rebecca Wooiliird of near Sharpnluirgwure guepto of tint fttmlly of Knoch Sor roll Saturiluy and Sunday It coronicnccd to rainWrdnetidiy of latl week and rained up to Saturday evening CropH look well but cant gel wirk enough on ac count of so much rain Hillsboro Luther Sorrellif Alontgomery county visitri here Saturday rt at Sunday Mrs George nnnslilsoii of Win cheKtcr is visiting her sitter Airs Mil Rawliiiii near here Frank Davis und wile of While Oak Morgiin county came Sunday to visit Mrs Ellen Suminitl John S Crawford sold his crop of nhoit 10000 Ibx of tobacco in- Ritlilf Bros of Grange City lit Sc Marshall Hawkins anti sister Miss Gladys of Covin ton arrived hero Thursday to spend the eum liter Mrs Sarnh Day of Tarhoro N C arrived here tIs u rNday to spend the Kiimuier with fi itnil and rtla lives Mrs Jennie Day and four child ret came in Thursday from Tar buroN U to visit hero anti at Poplar lIalnaCraigs Little Rod n Craig is sonic of her illness lien Thompson soul two ROWS arid tix pigs to lien Shrout for 20 George Hunt saida cow and calf to George Snedegar for DO George Sexton arid manly were ueftH of bin mother Mrs Abbie Sexton here Sunday Robert Ensor of Flat Creek Fpcnt SntUTtlny right and Sunday with his uncle Frank Wells Henry Watrcn and children of Kendalls Springs visited his par ents hero Saturday night and Sun tiny Several web nail boys of this place attended tho picnic at Forge Hill Saturday Not much HUCCUHK WitS reported on account orlhc ruin Lewis Sexton brought Jima wifc hero to his fathers thinking per haps a change might improve her health SILO has been III declining health fill sown tune rind is still confined to iicr bed- Wyoming Mrs Pully Daugherty rcinaitr poorly Ben Eden of Texas vibitcd rela tives here last week Ernest little eon of JL Hurt is very sick at this writing A Barber und wife attended the ball grftno at Stilt Lick Monday Mr and Mrs George Barnaln vIsited relatives near Sharpsbur it Svturday and Sunday Mr anti Mu Brinegar o r Sweet Nicholas county visited their daughter Mrs E WJlurgan last week A vaudeville performance was given at this place Friday night b home talent All n ho attended en joyed themselves hugely IHobbio Anderson was kicked by u horee last Thursday nnd received u painful wound on tho ankle with which ho Is confined to his room Mr and Mrs W T Huff nl Sherburne visited Mr llB daugh ters MjsJ T Atchison antI Mrs W C Jackson Saturday and Sun tiny Odessa Mrs WU Power has been quit c poorly for several days Jn Jones began work Monday prepatngfor digging a cellar ML Jones and son Russell went to Stepstone tIre last of the week oflwife Sunday Hendrix is Willson received a niqe lot of lambs litre Friday ut 5 i und 5cper lb Wheat harvest is hero and corn nnd tobacco in the weeds Ufl needing work badly Joseph A Harher who was dun gerously ill for several days las week is doing nicely now Mrs Mary J Power returnee Saturday from a weeks visit with her brother AJuncsund family on Burbridgealiranch C G Whaley and grlnddnu h ter Miss Mary Jones visited rein lives m Sharpsburg vicinity trot Thursday till Saturday We hear there was an elopement on the head of the creek Sunday but will not mention tho parties lo four the report be false Thos Kerns Sr nn JThosKernp Jr and wifoand M isaSailio Kerns of Nicholas county visited Wm Keriis und wife here Saturday nnd Sunday Misses Lottie Bittingor of Step stone and Etfie Jones of Owinifs yule were guests of Miss Maggie Jones hero from Thursday until Monday All The News Si Per Year u 1 Jl f I Licking Union Born to Frank Johnpon and wifej a son last week Miss Nellie Cogswell was in Stilt Lick lust Thursilay Jess Shropshiro moved to the Campton tiil fields last week J U Jiickfon liouglif Il r Wool leya houso and 0 acres of land for 110 Mr Grijjijs took his little son to Sail Lick to ecu II iliynieiaii last VetIeqlty A T Ham and Joe Cogswell at tended chirch at harliux Branch Rowan Co last Sunday W It Hunt of SuIt Lick filled his regular a appointment till M K Church Saturday and Sunday D M anti Itilliu Cogswell went to Stilt Lick last week to lake Gus sic Billie i daughter to a pity si cian Situ hints a very sore foot from a cut with an ax Mrs hattie Cogswell and daugh elkIWIIB eilli d to tho liodsnlc of her mother about three weeks ago About three hundred IICTSOIIH went nn ho excursion on tho liar row gunge ra ii roam last Sunday front Stilt Lick to the end of the road They report a good lime a quid and pleacant trip Bothol Rain rand and weeds are the present complaints The poor mans burden trying to live as though he were rich ArrllIdiy Tom Lloyd reports heavy rains and had roads at Miranda IllIrilU ui hereW H Pieratt mind wife visited datives at Mt Sterling Sunday antI Monday rSunfllrd Carpenter of Millers burg bought several horses in thie neighborhood Oscar Snelling and VifIIf Cin cinnati spent a few days here with friends last week Miss Sallio Stone who has been attending commercial college at Lexington Ilit home Mrs Sallio Judge wife of Miiuv Judge died Monday after a hii gering ill ness of consumption In lermentvHt Longvieiv Cemetery The following delivered their to bacco to tho Continental Tobacco Co at Carlisle W J Whaley M T Hendrix Charles Ruwllngy und SOIlS Wheatcutting is going on under very unfavorable conditions fruit the present heavy ruins Wheat is inferior in quality thin lieldsmany struck with rust and smut Mrs J M Gossett and eonClyde of Davenport Uklturo visiting relatives unit friend here i also Rev C A GoRsett Wilt haw beer utlending school ut Vanderbilt Un iversity Nashville Tcnu Stepstone Miss Alpha Gray of Georgetown ia here visiting her brothers Wm and Tuylor Gray Mrs Maggie Carpenter of Snit Well visitol Frank Brown and family this past week Miss Nancy Thompson spent last week with Misses SuUio and Lihhiar Williams at Ewington Mrs Win Helwipt nnd children spent Sunday with her father W G Carpenter and family on Salt Well Mrs Earl Edwards and children of Columbus Ohio arrived Sunday to visit her sister Mrs Shelton Thompson G A Ward had his force of car enters are hero working on the do aot raising it about 18 inches and making other repairs Misses Lucy and Maggie White and Miss Rooney of Mt Sterling spent Wednesday and Thursday with Mrs Frank Brown We are going to have protracted meeting here held by Rev E L Sanfordand his assistantbeginning July 6 Everyone is invited Frank Reason of Spencer was here visiting IriS brother Jchn and family over Sunday and loft Mon tiny for Salt Lick on business Peter Hart and son Ed of the Forgo Farm nnd W B Henry1a weekdon terbark farm M L Jones and son Russell of Odessa were hero visiting liis cousin Dr I W Jones and other collectingdH S P Steele and wife returned Thursday from n weeks visit among their children Mr Blake and Mr Craycraft and their families in nnd around Moorefield They report all well and doing well 11Will T Thompson says there are plenty of tobacco worms and that they are about tired of them so if any others are short they can call on him andgot 111 they want lit says the big ones are the only ones he will part with ofrmore lees every day mind starred in theI same way this week on Monday So guess it will be the same way this week as rain on Monday calls for three ruins during the week John Alexander Srho hud been a sufferer for the last 28 years from diabetes dfed at his home JeRtsIdaughter Mrs WmJonepto mourn tho lossi of a loving husband and father besides two brothers We extend sympathy r jJ f h Springfield Mrs Haze Jewell is still on the sick list MeBdamcs lloyd anti Crouch vie ited in OwingRvillc lust week C E Smnthers delivered gome minus to Omar Wilson at 5Jc- Granvillu Turner and wife of SharpsburK visited Mrs W E Turner Sunday JoRcph Crouch anti wife visited M G Ferguson near Ml Sterling Saturday anti Sunday Misses Ethel und Lizzio Willc of Stoops were guests of Miss Mamie Turner Saturday and Sunday Mrs J M Gossett and sons Clyde and Charlie of Davenport Okla visited Mrs Lucy Smathere Thursday and Friday Mrs Lizzie Mnllory Miss Lizzie McClure and brother lIughhf Nicholas county visited Mrs Sal lio Taul Sunday and Monday Moores Ferry The oats crop will do to harvest in tills part It is looking very lino Mrs O P Shrout nnd son Dora xcre in M t Sterling Monday shop pi lit Elder Parker preached at Three Lick Rowan county Saturday night and Sundays We are glad to say Boonc In gram has improved a great dell the past week Several from hero are expecting to go to tho Olympian Springs the Fourth of July to spend tin tiny The rains the past week kept the ground too wet to plow nut the weeds are getting u good start in the corn lieldd David and Clyde Shrout caught about 1000 minnows Saturday in n pond smear the river They worm German carp and buffalo suckers They were about three incites long The water was about dried up It is thought tire eggs were laid there when the river was up over the bottoms this spring Tho boys put the minnows in a pond so as to raise them Some boys went to Allen Spences house a few nights ago timid shot his two dogs They went in the yard and shot iheui under the floor with fliotguiifi Mr Spenee was gUile from home and it Reared the women and children They dont know any cause for tilling the dogs as they did not leavehome byI themselves Boys you had better watch how you kill peoples dogs or you will prick sortie shot liolne with you from somebody flsew gun Olympia The hug at the Olympian Springs teemed tu be grand success Orval Hart of Covincton fame Saturday night to vitit tlis pnrcnt John Thompson of Pilut Greek W Va wits I ere Tuesday and Wednesday Robert Gault of Frankfurt was tho guest of his sister Mrs J K Jackson last week U B Swarts Tamps Grimy rnd Charley Turner went tq West Vir f ginia to woik last week George Stephens and wife d Mt Sterling came Saturday t t visit Charley Mack and family y Mrs Wallace Jackson returned lust week from a several LlIIJslta with her parents at Kiowu W Vu MrLena Jackson was culled to Coviniton ThnrKduy by the lilacs of her sister Mrs Ben Harts baby Mrs ssieDurlingRnd children have returned homo to Ashland ac companied by her mother Mrs Turner ftckpondlIIghterMiss ingsvillo visited here Saturday anti Sunday Mies Emma Costignn of Fin Creeknail Miss Iva 0 kley wcr guests of R C Wostigan and wife Friday and Saturday Mrs Bcttic Cain better known as Bottle Shullz stopped oil here last week to visit fnendsaf tcr sev oral days stay at Louisville where she had taken Morris her five yearold boy to the Masonic Homo where she hud also taken Freddie and Mattie otto year no She said her children wera very well contented there Crooks Jink Nixon will go to Enterprise as dllYngellt W P Ross was in Ashland Sat urday on business D S Nixon and grandson visited relatives at Midland City Sunday Peed Lathrum shipped a carload of hogs to Cincinnati Thurs dayEd Palmer of the Olympian nightheroWilson Ss Hcndrix shipped a dou bio decked load of lambs to Jersey City Saturday C L Steward of Breathitt coun ty visited his sister Mrs Will Le waster last week Mrs P A Davis and daughter visited relatives on White Oak Sat urday aud Sunday Squire Clark and son were in Owingsville Sunday to consult a physician for his son George Parks who has been in Tennessee for several months is visiting his parents this week On account of the rain tho Ice cream supper was postponed until next Saturday evening July 1 Mrs Jane Jackson and grand daughter of Knob Lick visited her son Martin aid wife Sunday S V Johnson sold 49 hogs to Peed Lu III ram last week average weight 205 IbO 8t170 per hund red I y i 4 r t r a Mrs Turn Pergrani cud two suns of near Little Slate visited her daughter Mrs S H Johnson Fri dayMrs Will Shrout of Montgom ery county visited her aunt Mrs Press Barnes several days lust weekEd Gnit kill of Clark county is having a brick dwelling house built on his farm ncttrhero known as the Cmincr farm Mrs Martha Shtiltz daughter truth little grandson of Pond Lick Visited relatives here Tuesday and Wednesday of last week Grange City OHITUAUT Died Tuesday Juno 20 1905 at the home of her father It U Wnlton Miss Anna Walton of pulmnnnry trouble titer n long and patient illness After funeral services at this home Tuesday morn ingwhfch were conducted by Revs cst und Junes the remains were followed by a largo concourse ot relatives and friends to tho heauti hcyondllilllhoro byfragrantkind rememberance and love for one who was highly esteemed Only another frail tender Inborn has been taken from a home circle only another Godgiven spirit to dwellwith our loved ones gone bo fore ShininghoreDeceased was the daughter of HHnntI Nancy NWalton and was born Feb 141807 Her mother preceded her over the silent river some years ago and she hiss indeed been n mother and a sister to the family she hut the care of from a mere girl until Death claimed her SIlo leaves an aged fattier four brother J M WultonofMiesourl Ed Walton of Scott county Saw mel T und Simpson Walton of this county and two sisters Mrs Arthur Waller of near Flemingsbttrg placeWto tho bereaved family May God help them rcahze that ulle doeth all things wellantI that dour Annas Christian experience of know sosalvation is one worthy of following Contributed bv M N P Salt Lick Mips Anna Sheehan of Owings ville is visiting here Miss Ellle Kring leflfTuepday attend the Chautauqua at jlilffslde Purl and visit her aunt Mrs Car no Bates in Ashland II C Greenwade wife anti sot Bernard of Mt Sterling visited Press Jackmin timid family antI took in tine excursion Sunday Died June 26 1905 titter sever al weeks ill ties Miss Emma Mali pin youngest daughter ot Spencer Mntipin deceased The interment will lie lit Dickerson ceiuetiryTues OilY afternoon To the widowed mother brothers and sisters we extend sympathy llIrl Shoucc Kereheval enter tnined some of his snout friend Friday the occasion being in lion or of his 7ih birthday The guestf were as follows Sullio Daugherty GolJie Gullet Neil Clayton Nell Hunter Hildreth Stigg Lena Tur lej Nelia Shouse Paul Clayton vMornis McCarty Tom Da IIi erty H rae Jackson Nancy Kercheval sttedandIali hadi nice time The excursion on L V n R Sunday was n success Sumo two hundredituti twenty hive went on it nnd for such a large crowd per feet order was maintained Sent were placed on flat cars and the ride out in tho pure air was pleus tat with the exception of two stops made on trestles T1etrain stalled on time return triponlhe highest trestle on Caney hill and the view from such an elevated po littlcescary no OCt earned and a good time was roo ported by nil Tine cave on Bear Branch was explored by a number and the cold pure water running through it was greatly enjoyed WONT WOUK Mayor Dunne seems to have caught a Tartar in the person of James Dalrymplethe Glasgow expert whom he invited over from Scotland to teach the people of Chicago how to run their street cars under municipalowner ship Instead of elaborating a method to enable Chicago to take possession of its street railway system as he woe expected to do Mr Dalrymple bluntly told the Mayor ijiat tine great Western metropolis WAS not ready to undertake this experiment In the few other places he visited Mr Dalrymple noticed defects of government elm ilar to those he discovered in Chi cno So before be left for homo enlarged his accusation to include all the cities of tho land and then made the sweeping statement that conditions at present precluded all thought of municipal ownership in tho United States To quote his wordsUntil polities is entirely diane sociated from municipal government and men entirely free from political influences are placed in office successful municipal control of public utilities in the United States is practically impossible To put street railroads gas works tel ephone companies etc under mu nicipal ownership would be to cre ate u political machine in every largo city that would he simply impregnable Those political fun chines are already strong enough with their control of policemen firemen and other ofllco molders If in addition to tInts they could control the thousands of men employed in the groat public utili corporations the political ma chines would have a power that could not be overthrown came here a believer in public ownership What I have seen here and I have J j J ri J K i H- ua J c I Opportunities in California The trade in the Orient is opening up- multiplieddUringThere will soon ba tremendous increase in the trade of the Pacific Coast cities with the Far East I Big opportunities for the man who lives there Why not look the fieldover Only 6250 Chicago to San Francisco or Los Angeles and return May 12 3 9 10 u 12 13 29 30 31 June i August 6 7 8 9 10 n 12 13 and 14 1905 Tickets good for return for 90 days Rate for a double berth in a comfortable tour ist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco Los pointsin I 1 Union Passenger Station Chicago via the 4 Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line ikt This is the route of The Overland Limited leaving Union tF Passenger Station Chicago 605 p m and The California Express at 1025 pm The California Express carries tourist i sleeping cars to California every day Both trains carry jj 7rr through standard sleepers Complete information sent free on receipt of coupon with blank lines filled W S HOWELL Qenl Eastern Agent Broadway NEW YORK CITY or F A MILLER General Passenger Agent CHICAGO studied the situation carefully makes mo realize that private own erhip under proper conditions is for better for the citizens of Amer icnn cities Literary Digest wr h Low Round Trip Rates to Call forniaICnlilfutllingo Tho rates lire unusually low Only 0250 Chicago to Snn Fran ciseo Los Angeles Sacramento or Santa Barbara and return May 2O 101 1213202031 and June ull1oAuustj7 8 9 10 11 12 13 nnd 14 Doulile berth in tourist sleejin ear Chicago ii California 47 Through tourist cars for California leave Union PasjoiiRfr Station Chicago 10 25 p m daily Route Chicago Mil wauke0 St Paul Union Pacific andaouthern Pacific Line F A Miller General Passenger Agent 1215 Railway Exchange Chicago SPECIAL RIUND Tell EXCURSIONS ON THE Ctt OAsbury Park N J National Educational Associn lion Tickets on sale June 29 and 30 July 1 antI 2 limited to July 10 flute 21 SO Tickets tnaybe extended to August 31 Baltimore Rid Christian En dettvor Convention Tickets on solo July 21 3 and 4 with limit of July 15 Hute15 Tickets iray bo extended to August 31 Old Point Comfort Va Summer Excursion Tickets on sale July 14 limit 15 days Rate 12 Atlantic City N J Summer Ex carrion Tickets on sate Aug 5 limited to Aug 14 Rate 14 Old Point Comfort Va Summrr Excursion Aig 12 limited 15 day Hate 12 For full information regarding above special rates call on or ad dress G W BARNEY Division Passenger Agent Lexington Ky Commissioners Sale Owingsvillo Banking Co Pill vs Notice of Sale James Down9 Defendant By virtue of n judgment and or Ider of sale rendered in tho Bath ult Court at its May term 1905 in tho abovestyled case the under signed MasterCoramissioner willon MONDAY JULY 10 1905 at about 1 oclock pin offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction at the Courthouse door in Owingsvillo Ky a tract of land situated in Bath county Ky on tho waters of Roes Run Creekcon tnining thirtynine acres and bourn ded as follows On tine S by tine lands of Win Moore on time W by the turnpike road leading from Rues Run to Craigs on tho W by tho lands of William Craigon the Eby tho mule of J GrandisonMc Carty i or enough of said land ns may be necessary to produce the sum of 2287 being the amount of the plaintiffs debt interest and custlermsSalo will bo made on a credit of six months Tine pur chaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price payable to the plaintiff and bearing six per centI interest from date until paid and upon which an execution may Issue if not paid at maturity A lien willI be retained on said land to secure the payment of tbe purchase price II S GOODPASTER Master Comr B C C Ii Gudgelld SOD Attys o ii Name Street address City State JProbable CALIFORNIA destination Commissioners Sale Notice of Salo in Equity 8villeBankingCompinyPliF against WL Suladic c DdtsI and Joseph Johnson Pill vs W L Suludievfcc Deftfi- Ky virtueif a judgment render ed by tie Bnjh Circuit Court atlite May term 1905 in tine abovestyled consolidated cups pending therein the undersigned will on MONDAY JULY 10 1905 j about 1 oYloek p m cell at public outcry to the hiphotii bidder at tin Courl houfe liter in Owinusvile Ky tire following deseribid prop erty viz A trautof land lyingin Bath county Kyon the hoadwal ere of SuIt Well branch conlainiiij 18 G9 acres nnd bounded as ful lows Beginning al a large atom set in tine sidIIf the hillnn the south side nf tire Salt Well brunch ptlnIlIndto a stpnc at figure 2 on plat cur ner to Tipton thence S 814 W 1095 chains to a stone at figure 3 corner to Mrs Tiplon and Jaa Kiticnid thence N 5E 214 chains to the S W side of the corner post of tint fence corner to Kincaid unit lot No 3 thence N 2i W 124G chains to a stone at figure 12 corner to lotsNo 3 2 and 1 thence N 49 E 400 chains to a stone at figure 11 corner lot No1 thence N S61 E 8 chains to a set stono in Mrs Tip tons line at figure 10 corner to lot No 1 thence S 0 l E 495 chains to the beginning anti being lot No 4 in the partition of the real estate held by Joseph Suladio at lila death or enough thereof to produce the amount of tine debt interest and cost of tire Owingsville BackingCo towit 1005 92 And will also sell at paid time and place a tract of land contain ing 2094 acres lying in Bath Co Kyon Saltwell brunch nail ad joining the abovedescribed tract nt public outcry to tine highest bid der at the CourthouEO door in Owingsville Ky which is bounded as follows Beginning at a set stone in line of Thomas Qwjngs lands nt figure 15 on plot of divis ion of real estate of JfJsCph uJl die deceased and corner to lot No 2 thence S 8GJ E 11 chains to a stone at figure 9 corner toA G V Cooks lands thence S5 E 1545 drains ton stone at figure 10 in Mrs Elizabeth Tiptons line and corner to lot No4 thence S 8G 34 W 8 chains to a set stone at fig 11 cor- nel to lot No 4 thence S 49 W4 GO chains to a set stone at fig 12 corner to lots Nos 4 3 and 2 thence N 31J W 735 chains to a stake nt figure 13 at the northwest corner of tho orchard and corner to lot No2 thence N E1 chains to a stake at fig 14 corner to lot Nn2 thence N 135 E 1063 chains to the begin ning and being lot No 1of said division or enough thereof to pro duce the amount of the debt nter eel and cost of Joseph Johnson to wit 1039 20 Said sales will be made onacredit of six months for onehalf and twelve months for the other half of the purchase price The purchapcrs will be required to axe ctjto bonds with goqdsuVety for the purchase price payable to the plaintiff bearing six POt cent per annum from date until paid AI lien will bo retained onsaid land toJ secure the paymenfrof the purchase money upon which execution zany issue if not paul at maturity II S GOODPASTER Master Comr B C C R Gudgell A Son Attrs 4 r Com mission eis Sale Virginia Cyrus Arrusmllh FIlls Against In Equity i Lizzie May amid LewiBrown Delta U BJvirtue ofa Judgment nDtlf order of eaje rendered in the tCircuit Court nL tine May term j 1905 in the bovQtyIed case tine undersigned Master Commissioner Jj within Ji MONDAY JUY 10th 1905 about 1 oclock pm sell to tho q liiuhcst bidder nt public nuelit n ot s I lie Court houRc door in Owinus villa Ky n town lot situated frrj lIst del Hath Co Ky amid eliII follows Brgitiiiihg lit stake corner with lut No 7 thenceu S 42J E 1184 piles in n stake cur ntr with lot N 7ind in Art smiths hue thence N 3 W 832 mike to II stoke in ArrnsmtthslinrlS hence S 8W 6JS poles trta 8tuke3C theiice S 47A W 42 100 poles to the j beginning containing 36 piilea more or less Said land is being sold to satisfy plaintiffs debt in i 1I tcrept avid cost which nmqunt to SD htFTerrns-Snle will be made on n credit of G months The purchas cr will bo required to execute rtT with approved security lyf tine purchase price payable to tlie Ua deisigned Muster Cpfunmsioner IIl1dhenringeix po i ent interest rnrp jate jKfcrt TJaid and to have Xj the force and effect of a Judgment A lien will be retained on sillllnridr t o secure the payment of the purchase money iJilII S GOODPASTER t ttl Commissioners Sale John E Young Plaintiff Against In Equity ElvertUotts Defendant By virtue of n judgment and order of sale rendered in the Bath Circuit Cour at its May term 190 in the above styled ease the underj signed Muster Commissioner will oh ti MONDAY JULY 10th 1905 i about 1 oclock p m6LlIto tiioi S highest bidder at public auction a M the Courthouse door in Owing villo BuIlt County Ifw the nnrlw vided onethird interest of ElVerU liyingirlUatillot No2 on the pint of division of the real estate of Walker BbtU which pint is of record in the office of the Clerk of the Bath County Court in Book No 11 page 461 which land ic described as follows Beginning at the corner at H lu tliaW- Phelps line and corner tolotNo lv thence S 52i E 2t3ch J1stciC thence N 70 E 7 70 chains to Dttthence NGQlE 1615 chuinstqtthence N 22t E2 55 thence N 52 W 34 34 chains to Gt corner to lot No 1 thence with Norf S 84 W 23 chains to the beginning containing 0942 acres of enoughof land as shall be necei eary to produce the sum of 27280 tJ Terma Sale will be made on 45 credit of six months The pun iV chaser will bo required to execute bond with npprwcd security for f the price payable to the Iundersigned Master ComrnisBloneic 9 and bearing six per cent intfereBVJte from date until paid nUlfcJt the forceanti effect of aJudgJvlA lien will bo retained oh 8 14jrtJ tto secure the payment of tKeLpiir chase price dfH S GOODPASTER t Master CotuB CC Robert II VinnAtty f c rp ui 0c