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morning Dr GTV Conner the dentist uses Odontundor and all approved nnrestliciics for the painless ea traction of teethtT S Shrout will receive a cnr load of now buggies this week Ho keeps plenty of them and sells fur cash or credit The Ladies Aid Sucietyat the Christian Church will give an ice cream supper in tho Courthouse yard Tuesday July 18hOur thanks are extended to the Indies of Peeled Oak Clutch for a largo box of delicious cake which rerOn 2 Ia competitive exam Jnntion for n in this tiStateingsViHcj W r PKKBV Supt Mrs Motile Williams of Hey Vno1dviIli telephones us tliit she n for School SuperIn tcndrnt on the Republican ticket t You do not know what n email PSt melt until you try n Lender cook Move or range Leave your order with Bud Brother for one i The ldleRPth White ak church will give an Ice cream spFper at the chitrrh Saturday 8 beginning at 5 oclock p m I Huston Lane 13 eon of Tnylor I Lane of Salt Well was bitten on 1 the inkle Sunday by a spreading adder and ieirit serious condition pr glr QDrakc nged 5 I1I1 SsBrights ioee The remains were interred in Lexington Cem IfTaylor Fitzpatrick of Fleming co n jnnd Miss Ida lnude Crow of tblBcounty were married at tho Offings Houeo Wednesday after noon of last week Beginning July 21 the colnredM E church will begin a 0 days camp meeting at Kimbroughs park A t mIptprnmlnentntgru toach ors preachers will bo prosent Mary 5yearold daughter ol 1 Walter Wilson of Step ne fel 1 from a veranda at JuS homJNof he I grandfather JosiahX Wilson Won I day and broke her arm just nboy ttho elbow p Tfeon Stones purchases of tobacco here Monday They received 700 OOO lbs making more than 500 1IThgsheftuls This was purchased t an average of 84c r By mistake we omitted the names of Silases lea ff White of Mt Sterlingand Luri Lottonof Millers Ii fiurg and Mr Otho Kimbrough f f Lexthgtoufrom thoJist of dancers ti at the hop mentioned in last weeks Pi issue i Mrs Geo Kincaid aged 53 of 7f j Sidcview Montgomery county died 0 v Saturday night from effects of d 511Fhusband ami iTVoitiildrcn survive i The intermenttook place Monday t fltoldCusslty graveyard on Salt Tho funeral was pren- chedjtfiby Elder IfdIR08Bof this town husband is a cousin of Jacob t KincsJdof thIStOWDI f i JOIl1RI via1Ccuember thi printftjo 8tafera t9cnvelopellcardslabels i riBceipts inVitaiions and all eor 6fbufH ness stationery on thebciJt i dirit astfu style attlemol Ireaaonable prices Compare our jwork with that turned out by a Job office and you wJllfindit your advantage to have us do your work dodgePturned out bjr a cpontry lob olilce J e have on hand for sale in any quantity blank deeds mortgages l oil leases and oilier blanks s 4 l tf1 j rrf 1y jto n11rTI oIi Pg7 t y d to f w 1 ytjJIf PERSONAL 11iiinetnif Monday Walter Covlo was in Lexington Thursday and Friday Charlie Itrolher was in Lexington and Winchester Friday Miss Ethel Jones of Lindsay ITis visiting her aunt Mrs S P Atch- Ison liMrsDS Kstlll visitid In Mt Sterling tiesdiiy Cwlllgtonvery ill Mrs Ossa lloyd iud two sons ofl Carlisle are vitiitiug tho family of T Heniirix Miss Claudia Ratliff has returned orne to Carlisle ufter u visit to Miss Dudley 1tittstmH Klocckcr of the Cincinnati Enquirer was hero last week on busi ness for his pajiurwW JI 1auglucrty and Col U K Ilazelrigg spent the Fourth in Lex liigton with friends ShnrpbUlgsister Mrs A N CrooksoMr and Mrs K A Iuilftsqf MtoHtorllii were guests of Mr JVd Mrs M Ooodptster Sunday IwMorris Brown of Louisville ar lIarclltsMrClyde Daniel and John Gavin havo returned to Louisville after n visit to Mnaiid Mrs Bert DanielliMiss Esther Tanlbno has returned ti sterMrs W liny Patterson returned to Wiuclipster Friday after a visit to he family of Airs Hello Allen x Mrs J W Enunons and Miss S Jl o guestsfOtho Klmbrouch of Vxln ton and Miss Mary Dan Harbuson of i a aftermien Jtotls iuggrapher for ReV H A Walton dur- Ing tho summer Judge C W Goodpaster and wife turned Friday afternoon from a v to the latters brother Arthur McAlislur at Kansas City Mo Henry Drake of Indian Territory ns returned home after n visit to re tives in thIs county It was his first visit to Bath county in 17 years SVnllacoGudreIlCalticrlnt Rico and Elizabeth Scott attended the lance at Winchester Monday night Ennis Kinneyor CovingtoH was lieroSiiturdiiy with his tilli Mrs vtigeuiupitching hall for the AllCollegian team of Cinoiiinali in a series ot jamesAvlth irs Sterling Misses Lottie Atcliisoil Louise GIIlIjIlIllltio WumlssA names lirtdiyIT paityheydUluc Monday night Mrs John AV Jfonaker was taken very lit last week and Mr took her to Lnxluxtou HonuktrI ment by Dr C W seemed to bo better and returned to Mt Sterling but took seriously nick LexingtonSundagetting along fairly well at lust re p ortrMajor F C Learning of tho Lox ington Herald was hero Friday and calletlnt thIs office Mr Learning sajtl that it hud beer twentroneyears In April sluice he Owlngsvillo having at that time h6aUod a theatrical troupe nnd ed a weeks engagement in theCourt- house under the name of tho Loam MrLcumluJIsit will not bo another 21 years before he again visits Owinjjsville DisciiAUQEi In Police Court Saturday Fannie Smith a negresp who cut Frank Green K negro in the c ohargedIneelfdefonse Green was sen tencedto servo 10 daysin Jaila goluegranCourthouse yard and brush placed over it to protect it against the people who seek shade in that place Last week the brush was removed revealing heavy crop of hlue grass The industrial edition of the Mt Sterling SentinelDemocrat issued Saturday is one of tho handBomeet npecimons of time kind ever issue d pnperGoodaccount of tho business enterprises of that hustling town fill tho edition NEW LINES Tho ijlinrpsburg Home Telephone Cos line from this town to Olympia will be finish ed in a few days Owingsville will then be connected by two lines to Sat Lick two to Olyinpia and two to RngluDl1 oil fleldWhen tire lines now in eontcmilation srected there will be two lines to utmost every part of the county Work on the new exchange here will bo begUn at ones and rushed JVo completiontUEATOY INCHEASE In this issue will bo found statements of condi banksts inlOn Dec 31 1904 the Farmers 331893toville Banking Co on Dec 31 1904 showed 14889870 now it is 147 Deposity99291 now itVhS 9600738 were unable to secure a tatemc Sharpsburgbanks n L VV r UcLAmMuu1cTrEuusRcmainhu1 ofnJ05 Master Charles P Martin Mrs A T Jones Reece Welle loc Wells Mrs Nolie Hunt RusPell Bailey Persons calling for above lellers please payulhortised J A BAUMS P M tiThistown by the promiscuous firing of wlargeMt Sterling to attend tho baseball games while about all time colored population went to Mt Sterling to attend n iiicnicthC W Warner killed a 3t IbGer m shanSaltWpllMonday morning tIe first sfrot the fish but no attention WOP trnidfi Ifsha gondutnereDruggist C W Ieters of Sharps burg captured carrier pigeon IOfot week and confined it in a cage The pigeon had been wounded in ne wing It is believed to bo one f the relayof carrier pigeons start by Mayor Wells of St Louis ith n message of good will to Mayor Collins of Boston T S Sbrout was on hand two arIonds of new buggies and about o tjhefor tho month of July Largest ock of buggies in Bath county tom s from Look through and see if you cannot save from 5 to 810 on each buggy Cash or credit 2t ArjTOMiiinE LiicnA represen ti dive of a Cincinnati company was here last week in a 20 horse power automobile testing the roads hero with view to establishing an automobile passenger route fioni hero to surrounding towns hie representative left Tliursday w stating what his report d 1IoubtedlyTOBACCO SIcsJ N Ilisle of Mt Sterling buyerfor the Cnnti nental Tobacco Co bought the following crops in the Wyoming neighborhood Jackson E till 12000 lbs at lOci FA Anderson it lion000 lit Oc Roe Fawns 2000 at lljc Geo Saedar3OOO at 9c James Snedbgar 3000 nt Tie GasS a timnuuiubertook purl Mrs Jamta M Ross a u tiilmcnuttle tots then marched sung and r All did their parts welt and mnny alslR are heard wVBADIY HUKT John RobiimirMU IS yearold son of Aus Roliiiisrni y who lives on VuivWrighi8 farm liSt of town was breaking a mule Itqlt belonging to Mr Wright Sun lay when the animal threw itEm Itho boy striking the pike with terrific force Ills head struck a ni lf knocking him senseless in which condition he remained slyer nl hours lIe is still in a serious c condition but will probably recovyi 1 SxnL UurNiNO The latest reports obtainable state that the big g well on Win n iearing and that great quantities nf gas are being wasted despite the efforts being made to stop it A 1200 lb weight was placed over the mouth of the welt in hopes of stopping the flow but the gas lift d the weight from tho well Mr has not decided whether he will permit tho well to bo drilled ny deeper or not It is said that other landowners in the vicinity are ready to sink test wells in hopes of striking eitcrgas or oil CROP OUTLOOK Reports from this anti adjoining counties indiI pcateare suffering greatly from tho con tinued rains Wheat isru8iingln Iisanadoubtless be great from that clluseI Income places thewind and rain had beat the grain xlown so budly that scythes had tobe used in cut ting it Corn has also suffered from heavy winds blowing it over Gardens and cornfields are full of weeds and morning glories and farmers do not like to enter the fields to cut weeds for fear of doing ns much damage to the wet soft ground as the weeds are doing to croplookingof is the county If the rains do not let up inn few days tho damage will be almost irreparableIu COOKS SCARCE The hotel rag taurants and boarding houses here are doing an almost unprecedented amount of business owing to the scarcity of cooks Every colored man woman and child it appears who eon cook have BO much work tryInghave raised their prices to the top notch and then can only be em ployul for a few days until they tzike a notion if nothing else is missedand leave nut nil the de- maud for cooks and other workers does not diminish tho number of negro loafers on tho streets and It is a rare occurrence that these can pcojitboordiug1ousofQr r n RESOLUTIONS flu RnsrEcr Hull Until Lodge No 55 Ovvifigijvillp Ky Juno 27 HIOTo the V M Wardens und Craftsmen of Bath Lodge No 55 F Ai A M W c the undersigned your Coni mittec appointed to prepare suit able resolutions ns expressive of feeling of this lodge on the ath nnd burial of our worthy brother James Thomas Atchison diei very suddenly on ycster tysubnmit time following report Brother Alchifion was made a Mason in Trtimbo Lodge nt Wyoni in g in his early manhood After 9atla med a demit and took member ip in our lodge June S 1SS9 and continued this fellowship until he died Ho was ever faIthful and ue to the principles and purposes our craft and lived tho life of u od hushiind father neighbor d citizen lIe bus now passed from this life to his tong rest liar ing the respect of nil whoso good fortune it was to know him We mourn because ho can never be with us again in person but wo have tho example of Ills noble Masonic life nnd virtues May we profit by thcm- Therefnre he it resolved Thai evidence of our respect umndse teem for our deceased brother that wo wtar our Masonic budge of mourning for thirty days and that e lodge shall have suitable decoth Hbrotheronthmthese bo spread upon the record book of this lodge that the same be published in TilE tlfurnishedcensed brother by the Secretaryi yBA T BviuuiCommitteetr OLD POINT COMFORT AND TilE SEAI siicni C O mule FridnyJulyC t 1905 12 from tSterlingMrehend T orruiumsm and 8I5 p In Time fatuous Virginia Springs historic city of Riohmond Old Point C isornY tirnrd9tucuiehiamong the attractive features tlIjether with side trip excursions at In w rates from Old BelintfJhcI mute isihrouub the rass of 1nll1 the eut limumynntte picturesque Greenhrier river time AIIIhunieF unit the w toonderfult w atonting and fishing ean bOo ellIld nt Old Point Stopover JlrlvlhIilt be grunted east of Kitnawha alls on tin ruturn triienuliling i silt to the famohs irguitm nuiun iiin resorts andotber of 4 terest on this C it O railIixciirsjofiists jtnhy return either fi liuuilonitho James river Tickets will be good returning until July 28 1905 Engage sleeping car space now Inquire of your a cnjl for full particulars or write G W Barney D P A Lexington Ky R IL PorsonH DI A Louisville Cy C E Doyle Genl Mgr Win AgtIILOUISVILLE TOBACCO MAHKKT Saturday evening July 1 tin market thii weelc titus been fairly active Offerings of BurleT iklarge of fair quality and cllnd- iiionbut lucking in color Most low grades were irregular the mar- I eta for red tips being firm An easier tone was noted in time mar ket for the diffprcnt varieties leaf prices declining from c to lc Colory types showed no change Offerings of dark wore light omit the quality and condition generally oor A strong market was noted for unfired manufacturing leaf and lugs leaf being u few bids higjier than last week Green rivers were offered in small Iota and brought e iixcellentlugs were strong to a shade higher a good demand being in evidence also for all grades of rehandling tobacco This being tho end of the half year Secretary R B Green of th S Loiisxillo Loaf Tobacco Exchange has prepared u epecinl stock report Total stocks in this market are given at 19477 hogsheads of which 4243 hogsheads are sold and 15 234 unsold The sold stock Includes 2231 hogsheads of Burley 252 Green rivers and 1700 of dnrk The unsold stock consists of J5GC lioRshcads of Burley 7180 Green river nnd 4488 dork The Green rivers are mainly old crops but very small percentage of tho Bur laycomes under this head and 923 hogshoods of dark The un sold stock is now about 5000 urger than at thistirae last year ind abnut45001nrger than in li03 Deliveries during the nio n t h mounted to 9003 hogsheads and tiice January 1 to 62651 This is 000 and 9000 hogsheads more hnn the deliveries for 1904 and 1003 respectively Auction sales for Limo month mounted to 9226 hogsheads and private salus to 3004 u lotal of 12 830 Of the total 0931 hogsheads wore Burley mind 5899 dark Re jections for tho month were 1231 hogsheads of Burley 458 of dark a total of 1739 the percentage 0 t VSMiiggS auction sales being 19 Receipts for the month were 9232 liege heads Suites of leaf tobacco in the mar kct tins week amounted to 2195 hogshead 1 of which 1877 were Burley and 91S daik 1837 of the Burley being of time new crop and GSO of the dark The total sales compare with 1715 hogsheads last year 2310 the your previous and 2178 in 1902 Sales for tho lnr to date have amounted to 8J9CO hogsheads compared with 00122 t ibis time last year Total sales f new crop to date immure been 71 63 hogsheads of 61703 sold as original inspections Rejections of Burley for the week were 353 and d ark 115 hogsheads n total of 468 or 19 per cent Since January 1 rejections have amounted to 8768Ihogsheads of BorIc timid ptsforund since January 1 they have mounted to G3SI2 Reports from time glowing crop are favorable Rains this week n ave been beneficial Courier J oumn iisDEMOCUATIC COUNTV COMSIITTEI CyoummnirterMonday afternoon anti organized JimhrullghChllirmun son Secretary The committee was adjourned until Sal nrdny iietm n joint meeting will be heM ere with the Rowan county cum iltee to decide on the method of selecting a candidnle for time Democratic nomination for the Legis iui Miete raid to furor either II mass or precinct meetings while W A YoiingssupporterB favor a primary rolll presenrjndicntions theYoun rtItiim will win and a primary OlllltYDenlllCrutic af John T Kimbrough Chairman U Palterson Secretary J T rooks Sr John W Dawson CC Il Cisonluir Owens Ratliff Dr Frank Wells 0 B Brother J E Green John Turner Evans It csaide In furor of W A Young fore Legislature A hot fight is Ir tuisetiyTIIOKOUHULY EQUIPIEU T h o Intv Tlios B Rued sometimes elvdUcil very complicated jokes1 it ihi tune of Guv La Follettes ai roundabout ne umyof his I Haw him lie said referring one of Ills politcnl oppruunts w is celebrated for his occasion picrnlricity sitting out in his ack yard in a waeonbox which rested tin the ground and quite in attnchoil to aiiything But yetho Will Thowhad no animal und the wagon had no wheels hmv Oh said Ln Folletto olhe last election was u horse on him and quitehu HowTo Go To California Travel via the Chicago Union Pacific NorthWcHtvrn Line Two fast trains l giiolighted less than three days en route Time California Express through service to San Francisco Los Angeles tint Portland The hist of everything Fuji particu lars on application to W B Knis C it3hicago Commissioners Sale Owingsville Banking Co Plff vs Notice of Sate James Downs Defendant By virtue of a judgment und order of sale rendered in tho Bath Circuit Court at its May term 1905 in the abovestyled case tho under signed MasterCommissioncr willon MONDAY JULY 10 1905 ut about 1 oclock p m offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction at the Courthouse door in Owingsville IYI tract of land situated in Bath county Ky on the waters of Raos Run Creekcon taming thirtynine acres and boun ded as follows On the S by the lands of Vm Moore on the W by the turnpike road leading from Roes Run to Craige on time W by the lands of William Craig on the E by tho minis of J GrandisonMc Cnrty or enough of said landus way be necessary to produce tho sum of 422 87 being the amount of the plaintiffs debt interest und CUStrermssumio will be made on a creditor six months The pur chnsor will be required to execute bcindwithopproved security for the purchase price payable to the plaintiff nnd bearing six percent iitorcst from date until paid nnd upon which an execution may issue if not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on said land to secure the payment of tIre purchase price II S GOODPASTER Master Comr BC C R Gudgoll Son Attys The Outlook and Week Gazettelyearfor cci ent and Health Insiirance Do you know that you hurtlorbor The accident and companyImount you will scarcely miss insure you against over 2500 accidents and diseases Do boils ever trouble you We will insure you o that the next time one gets you in its clutches ou will be paid for it We insure you against every manner of disease or- accident Come and see me and lets taik It ove- rJAMES M ROSS Owingsville Ky JAY PfIOIECG UT Vimont Street MEAT MARKET A REED Prop Owingsville Ky Fresh and cured meats constantly on hand Oysters in season Prompt delivery Order by phone if ou wishour number is 21 n You Are Missing a Good Thing If You Have Not Tried Paracamph Pint Aid to th Injured No household remedy for all the IittIe and big aches an Bruises Cuts Misters tender tired aching Feet Skin etc can even with- ameampli This remarkable remedy assesceS therare quality of soothing and allaying pain almost instantly Infant niatio Rheumatic Swellings Neuralgia Stiff Joints ojid Muscles are not only relieved by the use of Paracamph but epeeilily cured One trialwillconincc you of these facts If you doubt our statement to your druggist the man you know and tell you that ifamcaumph faila lit moneyillWe haveconfidence in Paracamph be cause we know it will exactly what we To our faith fa this r drugLctuarantee to do what Is claimed for it in the circular nround each bottle So why hesitate Why experiment with other remedies when can buy Paracamph on this proposition- Iaracaunphr to be Americas most popular and reliable household remedy because it isclean cafe sure and in its action Write for book of testimonials Remember Paracamph is endorsed cud rec ommended by physicians trained nurses hospitals and athletes throughout the Sold only in 25c voc mat SlOO bottles The Paracamph Company Louisville XyUSAOHN KIMBROUGH SOt Henry WattersO B L tters fraf Europe WHbe A Leading Feature of T- heCourkr JournalDuring1905 There will be ninny other attractive departmental going to make a complete newspaper Mail Rates Daily one year 6 Daily and Sunday i year 8 Weekly Iyear I m NOW IS THE TIME To save money on Bugs Urntns fIne moro farness and beffcr E1i f gg1COlUoVEeryoumeT w tinyhereI am yours for the bes Saddles anti Harneey EUGENE IVIiNSHAN Owingavifle Reduction Sale at RACKET STORE0IDuring the month of July we tire goin to give special prices to reduce stock Clothing at less thzffl Cost price Now is your opportunity to get a good suit for little money The price has been fitcut on every suit lithe house 1 Mens Suits regular price 8 this month 089 Mens Suits regular price 5 this month 389 Boys Suits regular price 2 this month 1 58 Boys rcgutar 374 hoice of our Ladies Slippers flSc All childrens slippers reduced in 25 W 125 aOO 175 200 Vie ou 4Mens price this 40tf 1 IiSanOil thlll i2JtfSee t bargains foryuVare now spring styles priceCASHPAID FOE EGGS 4E weHEFLiNII VV L GO TO WMaATCHISONS an6 Feed Ste1 jjfWhen t B4RANDNEWFRESH AND FAST Atchison feeds your horses at reasonablet irices Sales made commission All trains met at Plestmiat low charges i WM ATCHISON LIVERYMAN Owingsvilfe kTM R PETERS Jr VBETHEL ICY 5 Denlcr in Knvrnfiirn Also Undertaker Funeral Director and Enibalmer 1 CaIs promptly obeyed day or night V5V Seasonable ReasonaWe Goods at Low Prices 1You invited to call at store that yoii inspect goods and get lower prices than any t where elseIn town Come and look We don expect you to buy if we dont save you money Hake our store your headquarters when in town Idles Oxford Shoo mUi 2 Ladies 250 Hlon Ladius DoiiKolu Shoe Unties 175 Vie Kid Simon Ladles Vici Kid Shoo JjiiiUpp 5JW Vici MeiralJ5 Shoo Maims Plow Slice Mens Plow Slice Mens 2 Kill Shoe By a Special Arrangement y can get The Outlook mind Time WEEKLY COURIER JOURNAL both one year for only 160 tar flOe month Table Cloth We have many These ull 1 on Ky are our ma our in Shoo Kid Shoe Plow 80o Mens 3 00 Vici Kid Slices 24 IJI Minis l5lSuttH99t113 Mina 1250 Stilts 78 5tfrI1lS Mans ii 10 Stilts 3- 4V1UsOJjc hioys2OOumitI L21- 121 Hoys 350 StiltsVlAM IoyuslO LOUR Pants Suits I9lUS Boys 700 Lung Pants Suits 49 IJNOThe Outlook and daiiyVLouisVilfe Post one year for 385 I Get The Outlooks prices everykindand you will see we caiJi do better work at lower prices than you can elsewhere M Vj v 1L J i t I Ii 1 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publ hers s OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY f LOVES CLOCK O the hours of Love may be many or few Bo they be say 3 But the Clock of Loveonetwo one two v Ticks out ths time alway reeks Love of the hours that fleet Borne on the winds oC sigh jput the Clock ot Love has grown dls creet rAmt old and wise 34i Tlcktock tlcktock The Clock Ip old and wlic Each hand that points to the hours of Love la a Cupid dart I Each tick that bids to the trt of Love r Is the pulse of a beating heart And forward and back the pendulum swlnes Ever for Joy or woe bjFor the Clock of Love has seen many JI things And he should know Ticklock tlcktock I The Clock + And he should know Then one end two and three and four And seven and eight 4 t The hour hand circles the dial once mQre t O dreary and long the wait 1t Love may quarrel at Times delay 4 Straight move hands and slow c Vpr the old Clock knows that the golden tI ac day y Too soon may rI Ticklock tlcktock The Clock PO lilt I HAS seen them go Wallace IrwIn In Criterion 4I J cLj I A ROSE OF NORMANDY i tcs 0 wruux KA WHSOH jja CHAPTER I tr IN WHICH A PRISONER ESCAPES AND A SOLILOQUY IS INTER H RUPTED o 4iTheatm shone fair In France one June day In the year of our eLord 1678 and the thirtyfifth of tho 1c reign of that Louis whom men called Great And nowhere was the sun t light fairer than in the capital city v where the presence of a conquering and f pleasureloving monarch and his be t= wildering court attracted the bravest 1andgayest of all Europe The streets of Paris resounded on I w t the selfsame day to the prancing and pawing of war horses the gay fanfare JI1 Of trumpets announcing the return of Vl a victorious general from the Nether lands or the rumbling of the great it j coach of state as the king himself l t hurried on to take part in some fan k tastic dance or ballet at the palace f stopping perchance at the cathedral 04 I door tol offer thanks with all true Jg loyal subjects and join In some great I f a ooTe Dcum sung In honor of another Ibatlq won I 1it Amidst such confusion the ordinary Iffall of life and state went on as a naught but the humdrum a peaceful nation were afoot JtlthoUl1 lived and died a natural death they ate drank and through It all The dead were t burled jwd the living blest much the k earners they had been since first thE- Y church spire and the darkrobed priest had superseded tbe old savage faiths y Even tbefaiilstpnes of justice that Is f to My the king ground silently and SwJth their accustomed fineness while IJt the ax the rope and the wheel did dekthelr kind work in sending prisoners t i His moat Christian majesty believed in the deterrent effect the sight of the- final act In the drama of a criminals f life had upon all good citizens He I likewise wished at times that his pea b pie even those of the lower classes should be amused Accordingly he Aaehletd these tiDI AL by frequent executions in tne Place de la t Crejia1This being a commodious 1 r Tjire hard by the Pont Notro Dame t j I was well adapted to a large audience I while the balcony of the Hotel do e Wilt Ville at its southern end afforded an hj excellent pedestal on which the king i aad the beauties and gallants of his I court could show themselves when t llJf ever an execution of especial impor ut tance took place narraIY i r t until the sun with vertical rays beat i down upon the heads of the spectators There had been three instructive and r successful executions thus far The S flrafwretch was broken on the wheel I Cthesecond hanged and the third torn to pieces by horses The king and t 1 6court party In the gallery had departed s after repeated halfsuppressed ex t 4 tlc Io pressione of ennui at the end of this f third act and there remained but one z t poor devil of a nameless fellow to be t dispatched by the knife l Araised platform occupied the cen 4 ter of the square About it was drawn ic up a double line of soldiers somet armed with halberds others with r rtmuil js who kept the people from cr too near From the scaffold r Jt a narrow lane was kept open by a k company of archers to a cart on which the condemned had ridden to the scene Ml their execution and on o theirlIi occupied by a dense mass of perspiring r J jostling humanity who goodhumor e enjoyed Ute aetne despite thei l11eat and press j It was to be noUced by a careful t4it5 observer that neither pity nor con cern was anywhere manifested for the thoughtA j jHkadln the collection of the taxes 1 fatal Mistake of trying to yfceat the king as well as the com 1 moss But as the preparations wen tI OI1tor the dispatch of the fourth and lif ataluneuyfeellllfspread about 3 UOag few i v knew accurately his crime or even 4na yet many felt him entitled to tfeeJrsyHipathy because he was not ai d ioke whom thy could admire fOJhlsi f7I magBliceaee and hate for his selfish t 1i arrogance but one of themselves a Hian of the people who for some un J r jkBOWB ca 81u d incurred the dlsI peetite othek1ng or one of his tcret 91 tkeoutalrtsofthecrowd n- otifJ thecartion which there it lig BGfortuMte sat stood a small L 1r roupof spectators conVeralng In to- nesiaoy low that the searby soldiers could Bot hear them 1 What think you friend Picon i aid a useolar jBsbwife to a swarthy z r her fresh from the nelghborlag JLIMinte c arrest cea- iir rr aind behead whom he pieaeeo 7 Tkf man a4drM6e4s pwled at the afled afi jpanilkjf UKrBclHaer rtM it t 4 1f c r J E 2 Jl fh I f rr fk t fI oI I t5l rjg tf J ir 4 4 tI f l r r o rJ I J6 iJJ Ho 7 l muttered Devil take them Then turning he replied in a low guttural voice They say yon fellow is no criminal but has been hounded to the galleys and the Bastille and from the Bastille to the block by the bate of my Lord Colbert While this conversation had been going on and the condemned man was being helped down from the cart the suns brightness gradually lessenedI and more than one spectator involuntarily looked up to see what cloud ob scured the light lInt there was noth ing visible In the clear sky Yet little by little did the noontime brilliancy fade away as though the eternal fires were being quenched Soon others no ticed it and craned their necks to catch a glimpse of the cause of the sudden change They too seeing no cloud became uneasy until their fear spread through the crowd making it surge to and fro A few of the women crossed themselves and others muttered a prayer Le bon DIeu Is angry some one foald This man must be Innocent another shouted Through It nil the soldiers never faltered but went steadily on with the preparations for the final execution The prisoner had started up the hu man lane towards the scaffold Half- Way to his destination ho was halted while the lines of soldiery who had been driven together by the pressure of the multitude forced the people back No one but the soldiers watched the prisoner who after a glance at the darkening sky smiled grimly then watched keenly the turn of events The light did not Increase but became more and more obscure and that nameless terror which often seizes a great multitude and forces them toIattempt to flee manifested Itself Only one more terrifying element was needI ed to change the assembly Into nIpanicstricken stampeding mob NorIwas this wanting for the wall of aIbuilding that was being dismantled onIone side of the square now occupied by a clinging crowd of spectators sud denly fell with a crash and a great cloud of dust During the confusion the prisoner with an eye alert for any opportunity to escape was partly torn partlIdodged away from his captors was soon lost in the tumult As ho was borne along ho passed a hercu lean butcher and a fishwife struggling in the jam The latter with a smile of satisfaction ran the keen edge of a small knife over tho cords that bound the fugitives hands and he was free High up in the most weather stained of a row of gableended houses that overlooked the square wherein the aboo scene of terror was enacted sat a man His room was on the top floor under the eaes whose sidewalls were formed by the slanting roof Two windows admitted both light andI air one of them opened upon the square the other upon the Rue do la Taneric The only furniture besides the bed was a table three chairs of rough wood and fantastically carved and a smallsized cupboard half ward robe that occupied most of the space at one end of the room On the table rested a glove and a sword such as the gentlemen of the court wore while a plumed hat lay on the floor where it had been carelessly dropped The sole occupant of the room was seated In the largest chair beside the table He wan about eight and twenty clad in an attire that proclaimed him to be at once the soldier and the courtier and his clear eye and cheek bronzed by many a league of ocean wind and southern sun betrayed a man not long returned from active service A little above the average in height he was but straightlimbed and suple as a Grecian HIS ATTITUDE WAS ONE Of DEJECTION athlete a man of muscle and sinew yet without an ounce of superfluous fat Ills long black hair clustered ahout his wrists as he sat with el bows upon the tablet leaning his head upon his bands one of which was gloved Something more than the tan of sun and air darkened his cheeks while the black eyes the curved nostrils that expanded and contracted as be breathed and the scornful lip all proclaimed him io be other than a FrenchmanHis was one of dejection and disappointment yet in his eye was gllmmeroftopeIsoldier after the first shock of a bat tle against great odds passes away It soon spread and from a glimmer It became a glow that overran his counte nance until he burst forth iqiu a laugh and raising his head and lean lag back he spoke aloud to his sword which he took up in his ungloved handMa foil mon brave here we are at the bottom of the ladder again whence we started ten years ago What mat ters it though When the king needs us again he will remember us If there be an expedition against the Mediterranean pirates undertaken it will be a summons for Capt Henri de Tonti to attend his majestys conven lence for the purpose of fitting out and leading that expedition And there will be a year or two of fighting and a wound with a plaster to patch It up with when we return Jn the shape of another order on tho treasury for 300 llvres and the promise of a place in the guardsand then forgetful ness Or perhaps twill be land duty against the halfdrunk Dutchmen Then its powder and bang at a die tance and sword thrust and parry when we have charged the works like this en gardeor this or that or thatmon DIeu avec mes compll ments Messieurs and springing to his feet he fenced with an imaginary adversary now parrying now thrust ing until ending with a force onslaught that pierced his enemy to the heart be bowed mockingly and sat down Ma foil then its powder and wigs slim waist and curved ankle when we return for nothing pleases me mOre than tosee again a Frenchwoman aft stuPIdDutchf1i iti o I t Wjy i X ri t c p re 1 1r clumsy feet may please Mynheer but culstre none of them for mo What right have I a battered soldier of for tune with neither penny nor power to talk of women or wIgswhen I have but a single louis dor between me antI the street Come mon coeur and let us face the situation My rent Is not due for n week come Tuesday that will take half with the remainder I can get broad and wine enough to last for that period Dame ten days are sufficient in which to conquer a prov- Ince marry a widow with fat money lags or run into some plucky adventure that will give me gold enough to live like a prince for another month But peste how dark it grows and yet It is only midday nnd going to tho window overlooking the square he glanced anxiously about him Ha another execution is afoot he con tinned to himself half audibly Som petty noble who has displeased thu king or a poor farmer rebelling against Colberts taxes An eclipse too ThatIaugers well for me Twas an eclipse that I watched Just before my appoint ed captaincy at Messina Again the shooting stars appeared the last night of my captivity after Ilhlsso and warned me of my release It means a change of fortune and as any change can but be for the better I welcome Its arrival Mordi but the crowd is fright ened like the sheep I used to see outside Naples when a boy as the thun Iler startled them from their grazing Ha they break through the lines ot guards Cor Dleuthe prisoner es capeshe flees what fools and cowards to go mad over a falling wall and a blinking sun And speaking thus ho turned awayI from the window threw himself down Into a chair placed In front of the other casement which he opened and sat half dreamily watching the still darkening sky lie sprang up with a cry of amazement as he saw the opening of the window suddenly obIstructed by some opaque body By the time he stood upright this body re solved itself into a pair of human legs that after dangling a moment In the air found lodgment on the sill and before the young soldier could move or utter another sound the figure of a man descended into the room and stood before him n rCHAPTER II SHOWS now AX OFFICER O THE GUAHD ALMOST MAKES A DISCOV ERY AND TilE FIRM OF TONTI AND COMPANY IS FORMED There was good need of Tontls sur prise for the suddenness of the apparition its means of entrance to gether with the grotesqueness of facial expression visible were all calculated to startle even the bravest of soldiers The figure was that of a man a little over five feet In height whose ageI might have been anywhere between 30 and 45 clad in the black dothea that only condemned wear on their way to execution His features were small and sharp with a look of mingled cunning and resoluteness In places the skin was disfigured with the marks of smallpox that in some lights seemed to extend themselves over the entire face The scars above and below the eyes were so plentiful that In their healing they had apparently drawn down the lower and raised the upper lids so as to present the wild staring eyes of a madman The mouth was large and of plebeian shape and the lower jaw seeming to Eng like a halfshut door revealed glistening fangs that resembled more those of a wolf than the teeth of a human being while saliva dripped incessantly from the corners of the mouth down the chin The ears of unusual size originally had been clipped so that only the lowerf two thirds remained A scar starting bet- Ween the eyes at the root of the nose ran upward until It wits lost in the tangled masses of his reddishbrown hair His eyes Which were the most remarkable feature of all in addition to their stare were of that rare and curious shade of gray which changed in expression according to the mood of the owner then they seemed to gleam alternately with the mad fires of the hopeless maniac and again with the allbutqueneb raYs of reason of an Idiot All of these physical pecu Rarities were accentuated by the crea ture as he stood with arms akimbo feet well apart eyes nlmost starting from their sockets tongue protruding and ears slowly moving up and down while a most diabolical grin overspread the greater portion of his face Mordioux cried Tonti What have we here Some gargoyle strayed from his post on the stone corners of Notre Dame or is It a new court jester or one of the Gadarene swine that became possessed of devils the good Abbe Renaudot told me of Ha ha or best of all one of the progeny of that hellbound Mazarin or my Lord Colberthola none of that or out of the window you shall go as you came only head first This last exclamation was induced by a sudden movement of the fantastic creature before him During the first part of Tontis speech the little man had stood playing the idiot but as soon as Colberts name was mentioned he suddenly changed his expression The gray eyes lost their look of mad ness and gleamed with a light of in tense hatred Suddenly drawing a small dagger from his person Le threw It In the face of Tonti wIn stood about three paces off The soi dicr had often seen that look in an adversarys eye in duel and battle and he knew well it portended some sudden action Instinctively he raised his hand to ward off the impending danger as he saw the movement of the mans arm The weapon glanced through the air and struck the up lifted palm of his left hand Instead of piercing it as one would have expected from the force with which it was thrown It stoppc4 with a metallic clink and fell with blunted point to the floor Quick as thought the young soldier sprang to his sword seized it and came at his treacherous visitor who stood awaiting his approach with out making the slightest movement Tonti presented the point against his breast exclaiming Now then my fine fellow if you have any more such compliments to give me kindly do it now and I shall show you in return how we spit a chicken for roasting In my native town The man glared at him a moment then1 with a sudden effort reorganized his features completely This was as much of a surprise to Tonti as the attack had been for in an instant the protruding tongue and fangs disap peared the eyes became less promI- nent and lost their wildness and the whole man was changed even the scars seemed to lose their whiteness and become more like the surround ing skin A supplicating look came into his face and as Tontis sword lpalrit was dropped in his amazement the man tell on his knees murmur lug Pardon Pardon ToJJe Continued ff The Testing ofAbrahamPART II OUR BIBLE STORY by theHighway and flyway Preacher A Vision Between the Line of Cods Inspired Word Copyright by J II Edion Scripture Authority And It came to pass after these things that God did prove Abraham and said unto him Abraham and he said Here am I And He said Take now thy son thine only son whom thou lovest even Isaac and get thee Into the land of Morlah and offer him there for n burntoffering upon one of the mountains which I will tell thee ofGen 221 I Read all of the chapter By faith Abraham being tried offered up Isaac yea he that had gladly received the promises was offering up his only be gotten son even he to whom it was said In Isaac shall thy seed be called account Ing that God Is able to raise up even from the dead from whence hr did also In p figure tccclve him baekHeb 11U71S UT we will not take the lamb my sop Abraham said with grim decision and tHen with a strange faraway look In his eyes as he averted his face for he dare not trust himself to look at Isaac he continued The Lord will make orovlsion for the offering against the time we reach the appointed place Isaac did not note the half sob with which his father finished nor did he observe in the dim light of the early morning the drawn features and the Intense yearning that shone in his eyes Early as Abraham was astir after the long vigil of the night alone with the agony of his own heart he had found that his son had anticipated the needs for the journey and was busy putting the final touches to the preparations when he went to arouse him The two young men Jerah and Aram enthusiastic over the prospect of the trip were on hand and waiting at the door of the tent of their young master when he came forth See here Is the lamb for our offer ing exclaimed Isaac going to the rear of his tent and urftethering the lamb which he had selected the night before with the help of Ellezer Is he not a fine one patting the gentle creatures head and turning for approval to the other two The finest of the flock if I who have tended sheep all my life am able to judge enthusiastically spoke up Jerah and Aram nodded assent Let me bear the lamb on my shoulders requested Aram appealingly and he stooped and was busily tying the creature when Abraham appeared and said We will not take the lamb Isaac made no response to his fa thers strange words and in a discon certed manner Aram released the lamb and it went bleating back to the fold as though rejoicing at its unexpected liberty As It bounded away Isaac recalled the scene of the evening before Marking the strange coincidence he pondered deeply over the matter as they journeyed along In silence But be dared not venture to ask his father fur ther in regard to the matter and as the days of the journey slipped by the young men talked together about other things but the aged father was strange ly preoccupied On the third day as Abraham lifted up his eyes and saw the mountain of which God had spoken he seemed singularly agitated and ex claimedNow will the Lord reveal Himself more perfectly Then turning to Jerah and Aram he ye here with the ass and I and the lad will go yonder and worship and come again to you A look of deep disappointment shad owed the faces of the young men for they had hoped to share in the worship and Isaac looked questioningly at his father as the latter unladed the ass and placed the wood of the burntoffer lug and laid It upon his shoulders but the reverence and filial obedience and love which he felt towards his father restrained him from unseemly ques tion or delay With unfaltering step he followed his father who had taken the fire into his hand and the knife and started up the hillside and thus they went forward both of them together The way led up the rugged side of the hill through the luxuriant growth of shrubbery and the tangled masses of fresh grasses and fragrant many hued flowers but father and son were too absorbed with the thoughts which stirred within them to note the face of nature and to catch her nodding smile as they passed They did not hear the cheery challenge of the birds as they Hew lAp on either side startled by their coming But silently with eyes bent on the pathway just before theta they trudged steadily on The heart of the aged father was wellnigh bursting with Its pentup grief but faith wavered not and steadfastly he kept on his way intent on reaching the place of which God had spoken HS could not understand the mystery but be knew that God knew and that was enough He would take one step at a time and leave the rest with God This Is always the way of true faith and obe dience And for Isaac what a discipline that trip was How deeply God was probing Into his heartas the days went by And he sought answer to the questions which kept rising within him He was sen sitive to the influence of his fathers mood and spirit and Instinctively felt that he was vitally concerned in the matter at Issue whatever It might be The lamb his father bad selected and placed on the altar had remained unoffered and then had been let go and then the lamb he had chosen was like wise rejected and now without an of fering of any kind they were ascend- Ing the mountain to make sacrifice unto the Lord What could It mean How he struggled to find answer to his doubts and forebodings How he longed to share with his father the burdens he knew were pressing upon his heart At last unable to restrain himself lorg er he pressed to his fathers side ufid looking up appealingly into his fae6 he said In a voice throbbing with loving sympathy A new industry In the region at the head of the lakes In Wisconsin is the gathering of the tree stumps for use In the Main shipyards A large number of wooden ships are built every year and it has been found that the most efficient corner braces are those made from these stumps and hun dredsare shipped east every day The roots of the trees and a short section of the stump are used In making tbe braces and stumps from trees about a foot In diameter are found to be the best 1 l ygll W Ir My fatherl Here am I my son was tile quiet response and the father paused wait- Ing for Isaac to continue But the latter hesitated as though almost afraid to speak and then point Ing to the fire in his fathers hand and touching the wood upon his shoulder he exclaimed Behold the fire and the wood but where is He lamb for a burnt offering My son replied Abraham with In effable tenderness God will provide Himself a lamb for a burnt offering Ah in tbe face of the tragedy which overhung them both what a sub lime faith that was which could an swer thus The words brought relief to the father3 overburdened heart and they quieted the questionings of the younger man It Is always a relief In the dark hour to throw ones self on God and to say that He will provide The thought burned itself into Isaac heart and he began to know more fully what submission and faith Involved See there Is the place exclaimed Abraham pointing to a rounding mound of limestone before them There Is the place appointed by God for the of fering Gather you of the stones ly ing about that I may build the altar as the Lord bath commanded Without question or delay the young man laid aside his bundle of wood and soon had heaped at his fathers feet the necessary materials and while his father fitted them together he stood by watching and wondering The altar completed Abraham laid upon it carefully the wood which they had brought Everything was ready for the sacrifice and still no lamb One step at a time had been obediently and unfalteringly taken and now the cru cial moment had come Would Abra hams faith fallt Would Isaac fall to rise to the level of his fathers loyalty to God Standing by the altar there on the very spot where nearly 2000 years later the Heavenly Father was to offer up Ills only begotten son as a sin offering for the world father and son looked into each others faces The soul of each shone out in the kindling eyes as the spirit of God moved with in them and they read each others message and understood The will of God was supreme From Him all things came to Him all things were due and the father found It in his heart to give his best and all to God and the son IB submissive faith yield ed himself without question into his fathers hand saying simply Do as the Lord hath commanded thee father And by way of answer the father reached forth his hands and bound Isaac his son and laid him on the altar upon the wood and then taking the knife in hand he slowly raised It In preparation for the stroke which would lit out the lifes blood of his precious boy upon Gods altar And Isaac lying there and looking up Into his fathers face read therein the story of love so great and faith so strong that they could take their best and lay it unreservedly upon Gods altar And as the knife descended the an gel of the Lord called unto Abraham out fit Heaven and said Abraham Abraham Lifting his eyes in the direction from whence the voice had come Abraham responded Here am I Anti the voice continued Lay not thine hand upon the lad neither do thou anything unto him for now I know that thou fearest God seeing thou has not withheld thy son thine only son from Me Ah the sweetness of the treasures which have been surrendered unre servedly to God and which He has given back into our hands because He could safely Intrust them to us Ah the joy of that moment when we have endured the testing of God and we can hear Him say Now I know that thou barest God seeing thou bast not withheld aught from Me f As from the dead Abraham leelved his son back and In long tender em brace father and son stood by the empty altar Suddenly remembering the words which his father had spoken when coming up the mountain side Isaac repeated leverently God will provide Himself a lamb for a burnt offering At the words Abraham lifted up his eyes and looked and behold behind them a ram caught In a thicket by his horns and Abraham went and took the ram and offered him up for a burnt offering in the stead of his son And as the smoke of the sacrifice ascended towards Heaven father and son bowed in reverent worship and Abraham said Let us call the name of this place Jehovahjtreh the Lord will provide And again the voice of the Lord spoke out of Heaven to Abraham say- Ing 4 By Myself have I sworn for be cause thou hast done this thing and hast not withheld thy son thine only son that In blessing I will bless thce and In multiplying I will multiply thy seed as the stars of the heaven and as the sand which Is upon the sea shore and thy seed shall possess the gate of his enemies and In thy seed shall all the nations of the earth be blessed because thou hast obeyed My voice With glowing hearts Abraham and Isaac retraced their steps that after noon and finding the young men started on the journey homeward and sit ting in the tent in Beersheba tn3 wait Ing mother welcomed her boy back again and listened to the wonderful story as he reverently told It My heart does magnify the Lord this day she joyfully said when hi had finished and now I know for A truth that He will not fall of all that He has spoken concerning Abrahams seed A Great Mistake The greatest trouble with most young Christians Is that they take theme and example of older Christians as their model rather than the life and example of Christ that they follow the teachings of men rather than the teachings of the Bible that they read most anything else rather than the Bible The result is a very Imperfect type of Christianity Christ is the only perfect model and the Bible the only correct guide Christian Con servator Adversity is simply opportunity to show the reel value of your Ute On both sides the veterans of the civil war are passing rapidly off the stage The Grand Army of the Repub lie which had Its beginning In Deca tur Ill in 1866 which reached Jts maximum in 1890 with a membership of 409489 has been rapidly decreas lag through death In the past 15 years Its membership was down to 246261 at the time of the national encampment in 1904 and had dropped to about 230000 on memorial day of 1905 The ratio of decrease moreover will become reater as time passes r r 4 MUTINY ON RUSSIAN WARSHIP Some of Officers Murdered and Their Bodies Thrown Overboard Odessa June 29The red flag of revolution Is now hoisted at he masthead of the Knlaz Potem Mae Russias most powerful battle1 ship In the Black Sea which now lies in the harbor In the hands of mutt neers The captain and molt of the officers were murdered and thrown overboard In the open sea and the ship Is completely in the possession of a crew and a few officers who have thrown in their lot with the mutineers The guns of Knlaz Potemklne are trained on the city and in the streets masses of striking workmen who Tues day fled before the volleys of tho troops are now inflamed by the spec tacle of open revolt on board an Im penal warship and are making a bold front against the military London June 30The Odessa correspondent of the Dally Telegraph In a dispatch filed at 1129 oclock Thurs day night says that the Knlaz Pot em klne Is firing on the town Odessa June 30A state of siege has been declared In this city Tha conflagration is sweeping along the harbor front the sailors and strikers refusing to permit attempts to extin guish the flames Three uninsured ships of the PanRussian Co have been destroyed The office of the port administration stores of the PanRus sian Kpsh and Russian Cos and many private establishments and a great number of wood yards have been burn ed and the fire Is now consuming long lines of railroad cars containing car goes unloaded from foreign ships Many ships succeeded In leaving the harborThe Central railway station was de stroyed by fire many persons being Injured and taken to hospitals Odessa July 1A muchdreaded day to the surprise of every one pass ed without a shot being fired either ashore or afloat while the mutinous crew of the battleship Knlaz Potem klan capitulated unconditionally to Vice Adm Krugers squadron and at 530 oclock In the afternoon was slow ly steaming three miles distant after Adm Krugers vessels which had al ready sailed and were visible six miles awayExactly what happened during this day of dramatic surprises is to a great extent a matter of conjecture aided binocularsAfter the Knlaz Potemklne fired before midnight Thursday noth ing further happened Anxious Odes sa woke early to find the Black Sea squadron lying off Langeron Point and everyone was expecting a naval fight The city was like an armed camp Troops barred all the approaches to the harbor and were bivouacking in tents in Cathedral square and four bat teries of artillery well supplied with ammunition had been paced In the park and at Langeron Up to the present time nine ships have been burned The mutineers are In command of the whole sea front Fires are still burning in the city The military has drawp a cordon about the city Property worth millions already has gone up in flames The revolu tionists claim that they have assurance that some of the troops will join the naval mutineers and the mob ashore St Petersburg July IEight thou sand imperial sailors and workmen at Cronstadt navy yard rebelled and ira the riot that followed one officer killed Count Casslni As Secretary London July 1A dispatch to the Times nom St Petersburg says It Is announced that Count Casslni the re tiring Russian ambassador at Wash- Ington will become under secretary of the foreign office Stevens TO Be Chief Engineer Washington July IIt is under stOOl that John F Stevens of Chi cago formerly second vice president of the Chicago Rock Island I Pacific railway has been selected as chief en gineer of the Panama canal commis sion to succeed foa F Wallace AcademyAnnapolis Wlllard H Brownson turned over the superintendency of the naval academy to Capt George P Colvocoresses and brought to an end his three years of management of the institution Michigans Claim Allowed Washington July IToo controller of treasury has allowed the claim of the state of Michigan in the sum of 147608 fur reimbursement for ex penses Incurred by the state In aiding the United States to raise the volun teer army for the war with Spain Slgsbees Fleet at Cherbourg Cherbourg July JThe fleet of Adm Slgsbee which will convey the remains of John Paul Jones to Amen ca arrived here As the American ves sels came into port the batteries OB the land saluted them- MARKET REPORT Cincinnati June 30 CATTLECommon f3 25 4 00 Heavy steers 4 85 5 00 CALVESExtra 6 50 HOGS Ch packers 5 50 5 55 Mixed packers 5 40 5 50 SHEEPExtra 4 35 LAMBS Spring 8 25 8 40 FLOURSpring pat 6 00 6 35 WHEAT No 2 red 1 09 No3 red 100 CORNNo 2 mixed 57 No 2 white 6- 8OATSNo2 mixed 33i RyENo2 81 83 HAYCh timothy 11 25 PORKClear mess 14 10 LARDSteam 7 25 BUTTERCh dairy 14 Choice creamery 22 APPLESChoice 3 50 4 00 POTATOESPer bbl 1 25 1 50 TOBACCONew 5 00 13 00 Old 4 50U 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter vat 6 10 s JO WHEAT No 2 red 1 0- 5No3red 100 110- CORNNo2 mixed 56 56- YOATSNo2 mixed 32U RyENo2 79 80 PORK Mesa 12 60 12 65 LARDSteam 7 25 7 27 ft New YcrK FLOUR Win strts 4 60 4 65 WHEATNo 2red 108- CORNNo2 mixed 62 OATSNo2 mixed 36 36 RYEWestern 82ft PORKMess 12 25 LARDSteam 7 10 760 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 86I CORNNo2 mixed 6- 1CATTLESteers 4 00 4 60 SHEEP No 1 300 8 3 50 Louisville WHEATNo 2 red 1 00 CORNrN9 2 mixed 57VJ OATS Vo Z mixed 0 35 PORKMess 11 00 LARDSteam 650 Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red 1 00 CORN Nu 2 mixed 0 48 OATSNo 2 mixed i 0 304 U d g j Z JJ e 4 qrriJ WOMEN OF ROYALTY Princess Clotilde of Savoy who married Prince Napoleon nephew of the great Bonaparte Is living In retirement near Turin one of the most pathetic figures in modern history Her eldest son Prince lctor dreams of some day becoming emperor of France Edward Hughes portrait of Queen Alexandra Is considered the best ever painted On its completion her ma Jesty viewed It closely for some moments and then said with a feminin ity which even royalty could not oblitferate I fear it flatters me but how I should like to be remembered The princess of Vied who is a prbmf Inent figure In the court circles tin and whose husband Is In the line of succession to the throne of Holland has the curious hobby of buying allfthe Illused horses that come to notice and gives them the benefit of a c stay In her wellappointed stables which they usually leave In excellent condition Queen Christina of Spain who Inher ited an Immense private fortune from her uncle the late Archduke Albert oflAustria has for a number of years some 3000000 worth of United States bonds and retained possession thereof sven throughout the war of Spain with this country They are deposited with the remainder of her holdings of one kind and another In the Bank of Eng landWhen Empress Eugenie visits Paris she almost Invariably occupies a suite of rooms facing the Tullerles gardens Much surprise has been expressed that she should take up her abode in such close proximity to the scene of her triumph long ago thereby Invoking memories which could not be other than bitter The subject was delicate ly broached In hers presence recently whereupon the old lady saidSIt IsI perhaps the greatest happiness of my life to look upon the garden where my son played In his childhood a sad pleasure If you will but one I would not forego willingly Profits of the Packers There has been a great deal of dis appointment because the Garfield re port shows that the profits of the packing Industry only amount to about two per cent of the volume of business transacted There Is no doubt however that the report is con rectThe census reports compiled by the government In 1900 before the agitation regarding the beef trust began throw considerable light on this ques tion It appears from the census that the packing industry Is conducted on a smaller margin of gross profit than any other Industry in America The gross margin of profit of 871 flour and grist mills in Illinois In the census year was nearly seven per cent on the volume of business The gross margin of fiftyone wholesale slaughtering and meat packing establishments in Illi nois was only about onethird as large or a little more than two per cent on the volume of business The millers have not been accused of being In a trust and combina Lions would seem Impossible in a busi ness where there are several thousand mills in the United States competing actively for the flour trade but It ap pears that the gross profits of the mill ers are larger than the gross profits of the packers It may turn out that the agitation regarding the packing indus try will show the same result as the devil found in shearing the pig All squeal and no wool ODD PACTS AND FINDINGS Norway Is more correctly Korea meaning North Isle It Is common ly spoken of by the natives as the North Kingdom Shagreen now applied to shark skin goods came originally from the Persian word Saghrl which means the back of a beast of burden Although the population of New York Is fewer by a good million than that of London the number of deaths last year in the two cities was prac tically the same- Bloodhounds are not naturally cruel Their mission is to track a fugitive not injure Those whom they follow are rarely It ever torn or Injured by the pursuing hounds An array of statistics has been pub lished to prow the danger of horse traction on our highways The re turns are brought down to the end of the year 1904 the whole period covered being two years and four months for which period the figures are 9567 ac cidents 6935 persons Injured persons killed 939 or more than one death per day LASTING RELIEF JW Walls Super intondent of Streets of Lebanon Ky says My nightly rest was broken owing to irregular action of the kidneys I was suffering intensely from severe pains in tho small of back and through tho kidneys and annoyeil by painful passages of abnormal secre tions Xo amount of doctoring relieved this condition I took Doans KitTney Pills and experienced quick and lasting relief Doans Kidney Pills will prove a blessing to all sufferers train kidney disorders who will give them a fair trial FostcrMilburn Co Buffalo Y1 proprietors For sale by nil druggists price 50 cents per box I Libby s Natural Flavor r t THE MONTHLY TRIAL I HEADACHE DIZZINESS BEARING DOW7I PAIEBi1A VomanT lIsHow She nasltoeom TTell and Strong after Irar or IIser7 line to IrregularFunctions The fact that one woman is bright 4ieyed rosy cheeked strong and cheerful while another is pale weak and de I pressed is duo more often than other rwise to the regularity in the one case nd tlib irregularity in the other of the niictfo that are peculiar to the sex When these are disturbed everything wrong pain and discomfort are elt nil over the body tho sensations are often terrifying For four years said Mrs Davis re I suffered indescribable misery rom sick headache every ompanied byfalntiug spells ahortiR4 of breath and severe pain inmy left side There were also beariiigdowu pains at t times so acute that Iconld not stand up t and my head was full of ringing sounds It seemed as if everything was going to me in the eyes I was compelled to ie down with closed eyes for hours to 4 get a little relief When I attempted to f arise everything would whirl around and t i it would grow dark that I could scarcely see any object Couldnt your doctor help yon t Five doctors in all treated me but I got no lasting benefit Besides I used a lot of advertised remedies The onlyrmedicine however that had the sired effect was Dr Williams rink Pillsiand they are truly a godsend to women I did not have much faith in them when I began to take them I found myself t however so much better after using twa boxes that I began to believe in them 4 They checked right away the decline into which I was going My troubles kept lessening and finally disappeared altogether How long did it take for n core After I had used several boxes mjr health was all right I had token on flesh and was strong and hearty I feel today in spirits more like a girl of six teen than a woman of my years Mrs 0 H Davis address is Carmel Maine R F Dt No 2 Dr Williams Pink Pills are confidently offered to women for the cure of anaemia chloro sis painful and irregular periods and nfl forms of weakness They are sold by every druggistS Heartless Husband Mrs Bryde Oh John this is The cat had a fit in the kitchen and ruinedfthe pie I had ready for dinner Mr Bryde Havent you got the IB quence of events turned around Havent I Oh you cruel wretch Cleveland Leader J me National FljwerrBinkaIfit should be decided to make the stork the national birH what ought to be the national flower Banks Give itup Why the poppy of courie Judge c NO TONGUE CAN TELL How I Suffered with Itching and Bleeding Eczema Until Cured by Cntlcura No tongue can tell how f ufffieaifoeK v five years with a terribly and bleeding eczema my body and face being covered with sores Never in ray life did I experience such awful suffering and I which I felt was 4 near 1 had tried doctors and medicines without success but my mother insisted that 1 try Cuticura 1 better after the first bath with Cuticura Soap and one application of Cuticura Ointment and was soon entirely well Any person bay ing doubt about this wonderful cure niay Jwrite to me Signed Mrs Altie Etson Ucllcvuc Mich Let us abbreviate said the man as s he docked the horses tail Agreed said the horse aa lie nipped off the nuns ear Life PisosCurc cannot be toohiehlycpokenof f aa a cough cureJ W OBnen 322 Third Ave N Minneapolis Minn Jan 6 1900 It may be sometimes when things are not coming our way that we are not just in the right place Puck HOT WEATHER COMFORT A FREE BOTTLE OF Mulls Grape Tdffic 2TO ALL WHO WRITE ron IT HOW SUMMER DOWEL TROUBLE IIndigestion Diseased Stomach Impure Blood Sores Pimples Bad Complexion come fro- mCONSTIPATION Poison In the lntestineiiDysenteryCholers and terrible t are symptoms of i typhoid fever and decaying which is of Constipation A Constipated per son is liable to heat prostration or sun stroke A wont cure Constipation you know this from experience Your Intestines sad digestive organs are practically dead or you would net Constipated are reVIved and strengthened serious Diseases of the Blood must follow as no one can live and h ve health withIdecayed Stomach and Dowels Physics dont revive or build upthey drain nd weaken Mulls Crepe is a tissue builder a foot especially prepared for the intestines We will prove to you at our own expense that it cures Constipation and Bowel trouble because it re Tires the Intestines cleanses the system heals tht stomach and renews the Blood Until it was introduced In this country there was abeam for Constipation A tonic a protection against hot weather dangers WRITE FOR TillS FREE BOTTLE TODAY Good for Ailing Childten and Hursinc Motheri FREE COUPON Send thU coupon with your name and address and druggiftiftnamr a tree bottle of Mulls Grape Tunic for Stomach and Dowels to Mulls Grape Tonic Co 147 Third Aye Rock Island III del full Mdrrtt oarf ll tf Ttalaly The 100 bottle contains nearly three times tbe atze A t druif stores The genuine has a date and number stamped on tbe label take no other front yourdraggiit 2DaIntyDelIcIousAttractIveend satisfying to the appetite 7 Food Products Ox Tongue Potted Chicken Deviled Ham Dried Beef Brisket Beef Lunch Tongues Soups Corned Beef Hash mil as good as they are wholesome Eesy to serve r Tilt Eoolclet Sow to Make Good Thing to Ear tent frte- drM Libby McNeill 6 Libby Chicago I- l i te NEWS FROM ALL zJi OVER THE WORLD GatheredIrand Condensed For the Busy Reader PROGRESS OF THE RUSSOJAP WAR v What Is Transpiring at the Capital ef the Nation Together With Ex citing Events Occurring In Foreign Countries ST Jjas given reassurance ofits Ittemtons In the peace negotiating by placing the president in possession of the tentative selection of her pleni potentiaries as follows M N lldort the Russian ambassador at Paris 1t nd I i Baron Rosen the newly appointed am bassador at Washington The Russian foreign office has Is sued a communication confirming the statement made in a press dispatch that Russia has accepted the first ten I l1a11 In August as the time within which the first meeting of the peace plenipotentiaries will take place The Russian government has elecld- ed to lay a third track on the Finnish srailway In view of the possibility of the arrival of a Japanese fleet In the Baltic where it could easily form a naval base at the Alqnd Islands and blockade the whole Baltic coast Rus j sla has only one serviceable battle ship left I Diplomats in Washington are look ing to Oyster flay for the official an f nouncement within the next few days i repIington conference A dispatch from Lodz Poland says the authorities there have threatened I to bombard the town in case there is any further firing on the police or troops by the strikers A dispatch from Odessa says that all the shipping in the harbor Is in t flames and that the mutinous crew on the battleship Knlaz Ptemkfne fired 4 shell killing four Cossacks and wound legIT The commission appointed to Inquire 4J ino the disturbances In Lodz June 23 r has given out a statement to the effect that the number of killed Is over 600 I and the wounded over 1000 The com mission has severely reprimanded the Schief of police 5 t The question of Chinese exclusion from the United States continues u chiefly to occupy the attention of the f a Chinese The extent and depth of the f feeling manifested astonished foreign ers and is regarded as an evidence of i the growth of a national sentiment of public spirit which five years ago would have been inconceivable There have been no new develop ments In the case of bubonic plague atJLaRoca against which a strict quar a tlce is enforced A cordon of police prevents all communication with La Roca Panama Capt Robert D Graham a lawyer C5 who servedln the confederate army throughout the civil war and the leipedfromslith floor of an apartment house in Washington and was so seriously In lured that he died a few minutes aft J er rard 7 Somewhere between Winslow Cal and Albuquerque N M a United States mall pouch which contained 4 20000 In national bank totes Issued by an Albuquerque bank is missing SChiefEngineer Wallace of the Pan ama canal commission resigned his position under pressure from the presiI dent and Secretary Taft The resig nation is said to have followed sey iral stormy sessions of the canal board 111 which radical differences of opln lpnn regard to the policy to be pur sued fn the construction of the canal are saIdto have developed Joining vlthhs former college mates in celebrating the 25th anniver sary of the graduation of their classes from Harvard university President Roosevelt returned to his alma mater not as the chief magistrate of the na tion but as a private citizen and V loyal Harvard alumnus There was no betting or bookmaking at the Delmar race track St Louli cnPcomparatively few spectators were i pr sent The grave of Molly Pitcher the hero f in the battle of Monmoutb was appro priately marked amid Impressive cero 1 m riles which were In charge of the Patriotic Order Sons of America Cornel regained her prestige in in 4t tercollegiate rowing Affairs by winning f with utmost ease the varsity elejhtoar if and freshmen eightoar races in the f Intercollegiate regatta Syracuse was I 4given the decision in the varsity four oar race tti The Yale varsity crew wrested vic i 4 tory from Harvard in the annual four lengthtanp I The Flint Bottle Manufacturers As t Eociation of the United States and Can werelqhalf of the capacity qf North America 1l 14 present l The Pennsylvania board of partons finally disposed of the case of Mri 7a Kite Edwards the Berks county wont r I under sentence of death for the toCbdamageitropndlnscoun ry eight persons being Many persons were injured r John C Bowdoln a white man of Coffee county Alabama was convicted J1ofpeonage In the federal court at tt Montgomery and was sentenced to 1 j serve one year in the jail of that coun s ty His victim yaa a white man l r b Yale won the dual baseball cham pionship by defeating Harvard on Yale hitskThe Missouri Pacific railway inKan Y pal has informed the state boardof ft railroad commissioners that motor J 4 cars will be used on HsTppekaFort ji14i Scott and LarnedWiaield branches by In t falL V rxq a collision between an electric ad a hook and ladder rucif in i go one fireman Wm Drbegmuei IiJi ler was instantly killed and two oth 1 era injured y r Boston board of aldermen by a rl iTte of 11 lo 1 afccepted a gift of 400 J rOo offered by Andrew Carnegie to oe added to thflldleft by Benjamin liJ1ltlln for the erection of a trade Ij Alderman Frank TLine r taB voted in thp negative declaring f ttthe monet offered by Mr Carneg- i Ji was JIlOB Ylecured from I the Sen and boys employed in the i nltN ntJJtTfl F Jte 1 r f r J Itrr 1t r i ftjil tr r i i 4 1 1j1 t 3 I jir jH 1Of i v ix i fJ t1 tf t I fl Mayor Weaver in his investigation into contracts in connection with the construction of the 25000000 filtra tion system at Philadelphia sprung another sensation when ho ordered the director of public works not to pay any warrants submitted for payment for work or material furnished the city by Daniel J McNIchol under a certain contract until further investi gationFollowing an allday conference between the executive committees of the Illinois CoarOperators association and the United Mine Workers of Illinois of the shot firers law an agreement was reached to submit the differences between the two organizations to ar bitrationJohn McLean tendered his resls nation to the Ohio democratic state convention as a member of the nation al committee It was accepted At Chicago followed by a crowd of 506 people who threatened him with death and pelted him with stones Thomas Johnson a colored policeman tired Into the crowd of his tormentors wounding Michael Mejedly so badly that he died within an hour The Vholesale Grocers Association of the United States was organized at their convention In Milwaukee The American fishing schooner Sam oset seized las summer by Canadian officials on the charge of fishing within the three mile limit was condemned and will be sold Lee Furman and John OBrien were hanged at Lancaster Pa for the kill ing of Samuel Ressler an aged toll gate keeper on the night of July I 1904 Washington T Capps 77 father of Rr Adm W L Capps chief of the naval bureau of construction and repair died at Norfolk Va lie was a wealthy truck farmer The treasury deficit for the year will approximate 124600000 This amount is subject to a slight but not material change The last report of the secretary of the treasury estimated a deficit for this year of 18000000 The actual deficit exceeds this by six and oneha1f millions The steamer City of Traverse Amer- Icas first wireless floating poolroom made her initial trip from Chicago and by the admission of the authorities It means the commencement of a reign of bliss for the Chicago gambling frat tnity The owners of the boat are believed to have perpetrated the smart est gambling trick yet seen in Chicago and the officials are powerless to Inter fereThe president has reached Oyster Bay where he will practically remain until some time In September- A mob hanged seven negroes and one white man near VatklnsvllIe Ga In an effort to wipe out lawlsesness in that community The mob left quI- etly after doing its york The white man and four negroes were accused of killing Mr and Mrs Frank Holrook The others were suspected of assaut ing Mrs Weldon Dooley United States Marshal Henry has ar rested four soldiers belonging to the 24th regiment of coast artillery sta lonert at Camp McKinley near Honolulu on the charge of counterfeiting Chairman Shonts announced that the Isthmian canal commission had concluded the purchase from the Ward line of the American steamers Mexico and Havana at 650000 eachwhich is less than the original cost Three persons perished in the burn- Ing of the Collletiotel at Licking Mo The waterways convention decided at the final meeting that it would not on its own authority call the contem plated national waterways convention but would request the already existing national rivers and harbors congress to call Wholesale grafting which it la alleged has been going on for several years In Milwaukee county is expected- to be laid bare through the result of indictments returned by the grand Jury at the air at the height of a mile Roy Knabenshue at Toledo made the first perfect flight with his airship He demonstrated that he had the ship under perfect control at all times Ills entire flight was over 15 miles and at no time was the ship un manageable William H Taft secretary of warIaccompanied by a distinguished Including members of both houses of congress army officers the daughter of the president Miss Alice Roosevelt and others began their journey to the Philippines Islands They will be gone about three months Five tessels of Rr Adm Robley Eans North Atlantic fleet are anchored in the harbor at Provlncetown MasL In readiness for the maneuvers and gun practice In the bay which hare been arranged for the next few daysThe controller of treasury has allow ed the claim of the state of Michigan In the sum of 47608 for reImburse- ment for expenses incurred by the state In aiding the United States totals the volunteer army for the war with Spain The system of aqueducts which will give the Isthmus of Panama a supply of pure water was inaugurated D H Henderson former speaker of the national house of representatives Is confined to his hotel apartments in Dubuque la suffering from a slight stroke of paralysis Nine men were killed and from 12 to lS Others were injured by an explosipn of dynamite at the plant of the Em porium Powder Co three miles west of Emporium Pa Under the terrible charge of having killed and eaten many children whom they ha lxstolen 20 gypsies have beelI arrestd pear Jaszbereny Hungary The leader of the band is alleged to have eaten 18 children Big Frank McCoy the famous old time bank burglar and partner of the late Jimmy Hope of Manhattan bank fame died at the Metropolitan hospital on Blackwells Island of aIcomplication of diseases- S F Bissett general delivery clerk In the Birmingham Ala pOst office was arrested on the charge of taking money Trom the malls and was releas It on 1500 bon- dWDJlcDowell was instantly kill ed and his son John fatally injured by the explosion ota boiler at the M Dowell sawmill IB miles west of Hot Springs Ark A ninehour workday and an open shop was instituted in 45 of the lead h gprfnUnt establishments in Phila delphia employing it IssaJd two ihlrdr of the local compositors Three passengers weref kllled and 15 persons were injured as the result ofarearend collision on the Illinois Central railroad near Vance Grove Ky 40 miles west of Louisville At Byelbstpk Russian Poland the workmen have sented a demand tllI the opening of aftsuspended factoriM and the Immediate satisfaction of all grievances under a threat of blood shed t L Pj i lJ r w SECRETARY HAY DEAD The Statesman Passed Away at His Summer Home Secretarys Condition Was Thought- To Be Improving But the Turn For Worse Came Shortly After Midnight Newbury N H July 1 Secretary of State John Hay died at 1225 Sat urday morning The signs Immediate ly preceding his death were those of pulmonary embolism Mr Hays con dltlon during all of Friday had been entirely satisfactory The bulletin of Secretary Hays death was signed by Charles L Scud der M D and Frel T Murphy M D Mrs Hay and Drs Scudder and Mur phy were at the secretarys bedside when the end came The secretary bade goodnight to his wife and to his attending physicians about 10 oclock at the close of one of tho best days ho has had since his Illness The local trouble was clearing up satisfactorily according to Dr Scudder The secretary suffered none of the old pains In his chest which character ized his earlier Illness He had been perfectly comfortable all day and hap py in the anticipation of leaving his Dcd for the greater freedom and comfort of a couch At 11 oclock ho was sleeping qui etly A few minutes after 12 oclock he called the nurse who at once summon ed Dr Scudder Both Dr Scudder and Dr Murphy hastened to the bedside The secre tary was breathing with difficulty and expired almost Immediately afterward at 1325 Secretary Hay arrived here from Washington a week ago Friday his health apparently greatly benefitted by his recent European trip and the course of baths he took at Badneu bcln On Sunday last the secretary was stricken with an Illness believed at the time to be uraemia So seri ous was his condition fcit Dr Chas L Scudder of Boston and Dr Fred T Murphy of Boston were summoned to attend him In order that there might be no delay a special train was chartered for their use and the two physicians made a record breaking trip from Boston to this town After an examination of the patient Dr Scudder announced that Secretary Hay was suffering from the effects of a chill contracted on the trip from Washington to this place similar to an attack he had about four years ago It was believed then that Mr Hay would be fully recovered within a few days Each day since that time the in formation given out regarding the sec retarys condition has been of a most encouraging character Friday it was announced that the secretarys im provement was more marked than on the day before It was thought thatI the warm weather would hasten his recovery and it was anticipated that ho would be able to leave his bed In a few days Washington July 1 Secretary Hay left Washington Friday for his sumI nier home on Lake Sunapee He had been In Washington since the preced- Ing Monday after his return from tho several months which he spent in Eu rope During his brief stay In Wash- Ington Mr Hay had attended actlnlyI to business before the state ment and had had several Interviews with the president on Important impending questions At the time of his departure he was looking forward toI a period of rest and recreation at hisI summer home and fully expected toI return to Washington in the fall fully recuperated in health and strength Although he appeared considerably better than when he left Washington for Europe just following his severe Illness of last spring yet it was evlIdent to his family and friends that was far from being a well man THE REPORT DENIED No Truth In the Story That Norway Is Arming For a Conflict Christiana Norway July VThe Norwegian war department says thereI Is positively no truth In the report published In the Jamtlands Posten ofI Stockholm to the effect that Norway Is arming for a conflict with Sweden The Norwegian troops It is explained are merely undergoing their annual training Acting Chief Engineer Panama July IW E Dauchy whoI has been the engineer in charge of the Culebra division of tle canal work has been appointed acting chief engineer The resignation of Chief Engineer Wallace caused a disagreeable four prise principally among the employes o fthe canal commission New Secretary of the Navy Washington July IPaul Morton relinquished the duties of secretary of the navy and Charles J Bonaparte of Baltimore took the oath of office as Mr Mortons successor and assumed the duties of the office For Higher Education New York July ITen million dol lars as an endowment for higher edu cation in the United States has beenI given the general education board by John D Rockefeller The announcement was made by Dr Wallace But trick of the board at a meeting Woman Suffrage Association Portland Ore July IAt tho meet- Ing of the National Woman SuffrageI association the treasurer receipts for the past year to be 14 662 total disbursements 12437 bal ance in treasury 16184 Business Failures New York July 1 Business fall ures in theUnlted States for the weekending June 29 number 186 against 157 last week 204 in the like week in 1904 and 162 in 1903 In Canada failures for the week number 33 against 23 last week Boston Immigration Statistics Boston July 1 Statistics of this port at the close of the federal fiscal year which ended show that during the year there were admitted 66645 immi grants which exceeds the greatest prIvious record that of two years agoIWatchman Crushed To Death New York July IrA fiveton boiler mounted on a truck run away downi the Amsterdam hill at 134th killed Joseph Oliva a watchman hoI lost his life while averting a collisions between the runaway and a street carmFarm Laborers Strike Buda Pest July 1A serious ctrike of farm laborers has brqken out in Hungary and as a result the crops are suffering There have been riots in many places and a number of strikers havE been killed by gendarmes aIJ 7 Il It STATE ITEMS OP INTEREST v M C A BUILDING Hayes Nunnelly Offers To Contrib 10 ute 10000 Towards Its Erection Georgetown Ky June 29G Hayes Nunnelly of this city offered to con tribute 10000 toward erecting a build ing for this purpose provided furnish- Ings and maintenance shall be contrib uted by others One provision Is that the building shall be contiguous to the business portion of the city and another thai the building shall always be u ed for the one purjjosc onlRnll that in case of failure to carry this purpose out the property shall revert to the George town college to be used for tho educa tion of the poor nnd needy student Meetings lectures and a business mens banquet are being given In In terest of the matter this week EXCESSIVE SALARIES The Matter Will Be Laid Before the Legislature of Kentucky Frankfort Ky June 9tInte Insurance Inspector Commissioner lien ry R Hewitt will In lila annual lifo Insurance report recommend to tho general assembly the enactment of a law prohibiting any company which pays an executive officer annual salary- In excess of 50000 from soliciting business In Kentucky The commis sToner contends that no man can earn 100000 annually as such executive officer and tho people through law making bodies must take a hand In regulating tho big insurance companies of the country The report of the commissioner will not be Issued for soy eral weeks NEW PROFESSORS ELECTED Dr Chase Palmer Will Succeed Dr Kastle As Dean of Chemistry Lexington Ky June 2At a meet- Ing of the executive committee of the board of trustees of the Kentucky State college Dr Chase Palmer of Central university Danville Ky was elected to succeed Dr J II Kastle as dean of chemistry Other appoint ments are Prof J Morton Davis to succeed Prof J It Johnson as assist ant to the chair of mathematics and Prof J J Hooper of Texas as assist ant In agriculture in the college ENGINE RAN INTO STREET CAR The L N Road Sued For Damages and Got It Owensboro Ky June 30The L Nwas given judgment against the Owensboro Street Railroad Co In cir cult court for 115 The case was a novel one A year ago an To N train collided with a street car and demolished it Suit was then brought to recover damages for slight Injury done the engine Testimony showed waywhenBig Salary Paid Paducah Ky June 29 According to the boolis of the Peoples Home Pur chasing Co which has been placed In the bands of a receiver a salary of 3000 a month was paid J S nor deaux superintendent of agencies who bas left for parts unknown Bor dcaux Is charged with embezzlement and a reward will be offered for arrest Mandamus Suit Frnnkfort Ky June 28The present democratic county committee flied suit for r mandamus to compel the custodian of tho election returns in the TaylorJohnson race for represen tative to turn over the returns bal lots and boxes to the committee before whom the contest Is now being prosecuted Exploded Railroad Torpedo 29iHarryRosestreet found a railroad torpedo hIs cousin had placed in the attic and took into the rear of his home where he struck It with a brick It exploded anc part of the contents struck him on the qose and the hand painfully In- Juring him Dr Nelson attended him II Want Free Pikes Newport Ky June 2SThe ques tion of free turnpikes will be voted on at the fall election If present pans do not miscarry The law provides that 15 per cent ef the total number of electors In the county must petition the county ourt to have the question placed on the ballot Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky June 28prlcds were steady on the tobacco breaks The range on burley was 4201125 on dark 345670 Offerings were as follows Burley 172 hhds dark 143 hhds total 315 hhds original 249 hhds review 66 hbds- Eminence Goes Dry Eminence Ky June 30ln the lo cal option contest Eminence went dry In both the east and west pre cincts by a majority of 167 The elec tion was hotly contested and the whis ky men felt confident of winning In the west precinct Union Veteran Dead Hopklnsvllle jY June 29Capt Samuel T Fruit C8 died suddenly ct his home near the city of heart dis ease He served In the union army until the close of the war as captain of Company G 17th Kentucky Infantry Bankers Indicted Franklin Ky June 30The grand jury returned true bills against A S Walker J A McGoodwln Charles Bre vard and J K Caldwell on the charge of receiving deposits In the J A Mc Goodwin Banking Co which they knew to be insolvent Rev C H Nash Is Going Abroad Hopklnsvllle Ky June 30Rev Dr Charles Harris Nash pastor of the Baptist church left for New York and will sail for London to attend the Baptist worlds congress Ho will remain abroad two months A Strong Flow of Gas Taylorsvllle Ky June 29 Excite menthas been further increased here over the strong Increase in the flow of In the well being drilled in Polg Park A stronger vein was struck the flow is now sufficient io ilium inate the town were it piped Louis Mitchell Acquitted Lexington Ky June 29Louls Mitchell colored charged with at tempting topolson the family ol Judge James H Mulligan last fall was found not guilty in circuit court and allowed his freedom after nhie months in jail IS tSAP4 BROKE JAIL Used His Wifes Corset Stay To Saw Himself Out Williams town Ky June 30 Jamfii Smith confined In the Grant county Jail on the charge of housebreaking would have gained his liberty had II not been for Jailer Arnolds discovery Smiths wife pleaded to see her hue band and was granted permission When the jailer later entered the jail corridor he discovered a number of filings on the floor and a closer In spection revealed that one of the Iron bars in the window had been sawnd In two Smith acknowledged that his wife had given him her corset fiom which he extracted the steel stays to use as saws TO TRY ASPHALT Streets To Be Repaired By Material From a Mine Near the City Bowling Green Ky June 29I3owi Ing Green which has some of thebest streets of any city In the state itotry asphalt The board of public works has ordered asphalt from a mine very close to the city and the test will be made at once The plan followed In some of the larger cities of the south Is to he adopted It Is to simply place the asphalt on top of the macad amized stone and roll it doing away with beating and melting If the test Is n success a number of streets will be improved with asphat which can be had here at a minimum sum ON ACCOUNT OF SALARIES Six Telephone Operators Walk Out at Mt Sterling Mt Sterling Ky June 31Six tale phone operators Miss Lillian Christie Misses Jennie McCIothen MIlay Over ly Bettle Mark Nell Boyd and Mary McNamer went out on a strike from the Old Kentucky telephone exchange The strike was caused over salarlis and business was practically suspend cd General Manager Chambers and Local Manager Rees took charge of tho switchboard The manager refuses to accede to the terms of the strikers y A Tragedy Recalled Louisville Ky June ODr Ellis Duncan formerly superintendent of the city hospital who resigned on ac count of a difficulty near Plttsburg two years ago when he shot and seri ously wounded Bruce Head was mar ned to Mrs Anna Kfnnlard Strother of 2011 Fourth avenue The shooting of Head It was alleged followed charges involving Dr Duncans first wife Yale Diplomas For Kentucky Students New Haven Ct June 9The fol lowing Kentuckians were graduated In arts from Yale college Lockwood An derson B A Center ttnlcge Bowling Green Elmer Selton Alexandria phil osophical orations highest in class Yale high school Edmund Huggins Smith anti George Amory Thomas Louisa Ky Survives Ninth Accident Louisville Ky Juno 28Jullan Berry a construction and bridge work er was struck on the head by a crow bar while working on the new armory arjd Is In a dangerous condition at his home He has suffered in nine serious occident In nine years and seven of them In the past seven months Crops In Bad Condition Mt Sterling Ky June 28 Heavy rains are causing much damage to the growing crops The wheat trop is In a serious condition and fears are en tertained that it will be ruined Only a small per cent has been cut and rust is showing To Entertain Old Soldiers Central City Ky June 30Central City Is busy making preparations to entertain the Green River association of exfederal soldiers An interesting program will be rendered A promi neat feature of the days celebration will be an old fashioned Kentucky dinner A Wrecker Killed Louisville Ky June 30 William Price Snawdcr 33 of 3715 Bank street was killed at Waddy Ky lie Was a member of a wrecking crew on the Southern railway and was chishei to death by a derrick In an attempt In right three cars which had been de railed Sentences Commuted Frankfort Ky June 30Gov Beck ham commuted from Imprisonment In the state penitentiary to confinement In the county jail sentences of ono year each Imposed In the Jefferson criminal court on Emma Allen and Ida 7hurmao upon conviction of grand larceny To Regulate Automobiles Lexington Ky June 30An ordi nance was Introduced inthe city coun ell here making It unlawful to run an automobile on the street without a tight at night and requiring a low rate of speed All machines must carry numbers Received Seven Stab Wound Sayersville Ky June 31In a gen eral fight at Ivyton Reuben Hamilton was stabbed by James Honaker receiving seven wounds Attending surgeons report little chance for recovery More trouble Is expected Lorimer College Bought By Berea London Ky June 28 Lorimer Bap itlst college at Burning Springs Clay county was sold at sherlCs sale and bought by Berea college About five years ago a college was organized at Burning Springs trustees chosen and other officers and teachers selected Drank Three Ounces of Laudanum Henderson Ky June 29Van R Carpenter a traveling agent attempted suicide here by taking three ounces of laudanum The attempt was made because of a love affair Carpenter is still In a precarious condition Crops Damaged By Rain Frankfort Ky June 2SMany of andadjoinIngthat the heavy rains of the last ten days have almost completely destroyed the wheat and rye crops in this sec Ijon For a Womanc Love Henderson Ky June SVan R Carpenter a traveling salesman at temptei suicide here by taking laud anum because It Is alleged a young lady stopping at the Dixou hotel did not return his love 1 1Ji lNfli j j t A GeographyColumbus earthasround j scannedIsabellawhy the seashore is higher than the mountain Completely haflled the great man waS compelled to give it upN Vuu Profitable Bosh Did you get anything out of that oil deal you were telling me about JoshYes indeed I got a great deal of light on theaubject of speculating that I iidflt have beforeDetrojt Free 1rys In Kansas literaryUnman the six beet countryNSun Y Proved Beyond a Doubt IccialThnt n proved beyond a doubt by Mrs ISrtney tiseCiawon uhoknowPills did it Mrs Clawon tells the tory of her cure asi follows- I was an invalid for most five ltheuiiiatienhclplcsyear 1 could not do ai much as a baby nudthengout wit in my hands and feet 1 Buffered untold agony and in August 1003 when my husband died 1 could not ride to the gravel only took two boxes of Dodds Kdney Pills and in two weeks could wait dugmygarden last fall Dodds Kidney 1MU cured me- Khcumatiftn ieausld 1urie acid in theKidneysout ot wrongdoingThe Commoner A HotWeather lintDo you know that the two essentials for good health in hot weather are keeping the system clean and regular anti a touic for Stomach and Bowels Mulls Grape Tonic ia valuable rem systerntains nearly 50 per cent Grape which is the best hot weather Tonic known It is an ideal preparation for heat debility and the many dangerous ills prevailing during systnithoroughlyHeat prostrations Summer Bowel and Stomach trouble are rare in families employedThereweather as Constipation which is the re suit of the more serious hot weather dis caccs Mulls Grape Tonic is the one sue plendidStomach Some peoples goodness is founded upon lack opportunityChicago Daily News Do You Use Your Own Judgment Lion Coffee is a package coffee that reaches the homes of the people just as it left the factory where it is roasted and packed The beans are picked and carefully lected at the plantation then shipped di rect to our factories to be prepared for home use The most scrupulous care is taken with jvery process and the utmost cleanliness en forced in every operation Men and miv chinery employed in making Lion Coffee ready for the market are chosen on account of their excellence and fitness for the work ecrupuloustreatment flavor perfect purity anda uniform qualityAll coffee is open to doubtto put it mildly The buyer does not know the seller does not know where the bean came from or how it was roasted or where end when how many hands handled it what kind of hands they were what contamination it re ceived from dust insects dirt etc Lion Coffee is pure fresh and clean that much is certain Loose coffee there isnt anything at all certain about it except that wise housewives will not buy itgrocers know the above to be true There may be a very few left who will wayIf lie count for the increasing popularity of Lion Coffee in millions of homes for the past quarter of a century linforhisDont Get Footsore Get FootEase A wonderful powder that cures tired hot aching feet and makes new or tiht hoes ootFaeeAcceptAddress A S Olmsted LeRoy N Y Flattery either makes friend or breaks Y Times p 1JJ 1t r lor 4I p t i j I 3 c A Are for It Two The change of life Is the most critical period of a womans existence and the anxiety felt by as draws near is not without reason Every worit who neglects the of her healthat this time in in a deranged condition or she is to apoplexy or congestion of any organ the ten and with a host ofncr time also cancers and tumors are more liable to form and begin their destructive work cation hot flashes head aches backaches dread of impending evil timid- Ity sounds in the of the heart sparks before the eyes promptly heeded by in in the moro to over to Tbto of can be prool 01 tbaa eon Untied U the of OF does not of the of costs you to buy It Is the way to to you LION sold only lIb sealed and reaches roe as clean is when left our every package CO 9 H rf iJfJ to women euro cars due and pure UUU y I may be expected These are all just so many from nature for The arc crying out for assistance and the le was to meet the needs of at this trying period of her life It and the and safely through this For advice this im period women are to write to Mrs Mass and it will be furnished free of LydiaE Com Dear Mrs Pinkham I had been with falling of the womb for years and wax passing through the Change of Life was badly swol len my stomach was sore I had dizzy spells sick headacEes and was very nervous to Is no in Tliey also relieve Din tress troaDyspepsia and Too Hearty Eating A perfect rem edy Dizziness Dad Taste In tho Mouth Tongue Pain In TORPID LIVER the Bowels Purely Vegetable MALL PILL SMAlL DOSE SMALl Genuine Must Bear FOR soreness cures and nazi catena Paxtine in powder form to be dissolved inter ard is fir healing thm liquid antiseptics for TOILET AND WOMENS USES For tale 50 cents a box Trial Box and Book of Free THK R BOCTON Mass Of a The Kind You TNt 6c570 yy When loose coffee or your grocer have hill bin how do you know you are Some queer stories that is sold in bulk could be told if people who handle it cared to out Could any of talk have millions of use the leader of all for A a century if had not found it all in Flavor and popular sraeceM LION COFFEE only Inherent merit There frtronger merit Increasing popularity verdict MILLIONS HOUSEKEEPERS convince yom merits LION COFFEE It but a trifle a package easiest convince yourself and make a PURCHASER COFFEE Is nieksML saC It Manbead en premiumsSOLD EVERYWHERE WOOLSON SPICE Ohio iu0o l1trf cl it THE TURN OF LIFE Time When Women Susceptible manyc DreAd DiseasesIntelligent Women Prepare Relate their Experience painWhen predisposed periodlikely maltelife symptoms palpitation constipation Inquletude WEAKNESS symptoms calls nerves time1ydia Compound prepared invigorates strengthens female organism systemItspecial regarding portant invited Pinkham at Lynn absolutely chargeRead Pinkhams Mrajsuffering Mywomb 7F SICK HEADACHE CARTERS m DyapEPSiA and SKIN diseases byiIn- digestion for Nausea Drowsiness QtedI PRICES FacSimilu REFUSE SUBSTITUTES RftXTINE WOMEN ftlthclrgcnz1fratopaleneonhoea Is in cleansing rmicidal- and economical SPECIAL it druggists Instructions COMPANY illBears4flllb ForSignatureHave Always Bought SRECVNEWVOSp Conviction Follows Trial buying happens- to what getting about coffee amount persuaded housekeepers lion Coffee package quarter- of they other brands Strength PERMANENT Toledo AND GENE AGHES AND SBLOOD ImpoverIshed KilhIlOl This net only removes the urates and uric acid but corrects the fluids and blood and prevents diseased products and germs NO OTHER flEDICINE WORKS LIKE THIS Trfal1iIIFYou wbat jrou take as tho Formula is sent with each package Send this adrcrtlsemtnt and your to Dr C Pusheck Chicago Also S of iBale af fcest DruggIsts i 1 Y 4 IUII 141ri4EHyIand ttinhelp crisis PAXTON UniformityFU8IIIIOK address It Ell h ts tr i9fl6nt with Lydia E Finkhamf Vege table Compound as you directed and I am happy to say that all those distressing sjmp- tents left me and I have passedaafely the Change of Life a well woman I am your medicine to an my j friendsMrs AnnieE Q Hyland Ctartei r townMd Another Case II During change of life words cannot ex j PftIS what I suffered said I hadacancerouscondltlonoftbewomb One day I read some of the testimonials of women who hail been cured by Lydia E Pinkham Vegetable Compound and I decided to try it fyou for advice Tour medicine Sd madame awell woman and all my bad symp toms soon disappeared S rI every woman at this period of life oFiceMTLWhat Lydia E Pinkhams Compound did for Mrs Hyland and Mrs Hinkle it wilt do for any woman at this time of life It has conquered pain restored health and prolonged incases that utterly baffled nhvsicians 1 Lydia E1 Pinkhams Vegetable Coapeori SKceefe Where MMCS fIIi regulate Signature more anything grocers speak coffees superior Purity iOiLs recommending Womans Vegetable KIN H HUMORS tTiiCo- mplete External and Internal Treatment ONE DOLLAR Consisting of warmbaths with 1YSOAP to cleanse the skin of crusts and scales and softenthe t cuti cle CUTICURA Oint ment to Instantly allay itching irritation and inflammation and soothe f FCURAcleanse the blood A Single Set costing but OM DoStf I Is sufficient to cure the most teeter lag disfiguring skin sod blood sJtcjtmxt rashes ttcfdng an4 2tJ irritations with lose of hair Iafsacy c to age wncn all cite Ms- fold thnnrlunt vorU CvttnnBe KftOM mm RetolTtni toe la form of Cbooliu its4SiilnCl r 5i ot to Dffotti London 5eul Se Pirfi Ru P Ii BMn CMuka ATt FotttrEnicftClinijCoragefePrepli DWgB iC7tOst S25 PENSIONS CHEAP N 00 Separator Ir7Oai2Swett55C-SbrtS4 CRIAu SEPARATOR rSrett7KIponndi per heart MOpoeedae Icttl per tour tar 6COpoadacspscftyperhorto 340O ar tM ill Si lenratcra that RE JAIL EVERTWNERE sfrsnu izao iirrw wnaiVUR wIIGRe ysasS nttr n mr SO tn rrn trill run with thS binding sadie itndlnt nd aSTeennt if idoses na4 b eonpSIlaC tesaulvsWMIwtiik Closer akig ridr ulIk Skim 555 MSST1I4 skim mJI otMr6qas 5sraicriasde pee esa rtara thptatw 5 S5I zpnss Sad wa Im lIstIi retsIfi Say MIIJ um7kSvfqfrIiteSirgua Sth4ewI cu thilad CaIaoneadmaU to us and von Ill oar LiTEST P5C c ceMrfroik AMLoaue onuiflg5 blcoairandoarrrMtrKlprnpomonindrea win r CKCAN SEPARATOR OFFER CYCS HEARD OF AMntt SEARS MEWCK t CO CMCAM on bllltranrwarandfDrwIdowiUaTa age at 81 Clrll War er en din 1trecoresog monloyi Bointen semee and asesof Ohio men Si jean practice Lawiand adrlee mil 1 i IcCOMHK SaSS lit lt St tliCUIATI RATES felironilaWastilnztoBOreton toiotadO ecure rt n household good to thi abore Statr forlnltndln atttlcrs Write lor ratea sir CiUroEtt ntlTrnsCtlmIi Fratkl US DuAwm IL CUntt m a PATENTS 43page boo1erna hieheat referenee HTZUKRALU CO Box K Washington iU c READKKS OF THIS riranI ji4 DESIRING TO nor ANYTHINO AIJVERTISEn IN ITS COLDMNS SHOULD INSIST UPON UAVISO WHAT THEY ASK FOR RKFCglXG ALL SUBSTITUTES OB UUTAT1OK3 A NJCB O8i I 5d Cream in time Sold i bJdup- st tJ f1 p 1z OfNGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY 4 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Address all communications to THE OuTLook Pimuflinso Co or to OwingsvilleK 1 j Subscribers desiring change of adirp 8 should iilwaypgire previous t Tnddress when writing i i Correspondents vlien out of sta cp i tionery should mention hut oti sBPparate slip of paper l 4 No comnilsitii iflcllowed to any Iirdyon Ill hlcr pi ionp J Rtn OUTLOOK is sent one year J for one dollar PIX flPflh1IR1rsxt y Scents three uiontlts for thirtvDvp TYent TRtJRSDAYJULY C f905 l I LT = r 1 f ANNOUNCEA1ENT i z v rFOR UEPRESENTA TI VE- VQftfenllthutizpl1 to announce- rlJhhB S E nJ of Morebead a can date for reelectiim as Heprosenta I itircrroll Uath and Iloxvan coini tie subject to the action of u I I Deraocratlc piirtyh7 Ve are authorized to announce t t Waller LlitrIof SharnBhurg as a caniirdjitefor Representative from t t Jiath nnd Roxvan counties subject o tn the atttion uf tho Democratic 100 party s f c CORRESPONDENCE i l11 UpporFlatCreekjs Wheat Iii blln D harvested in this I J cectkla4 Miss Nellie Glover began toach 1rig the public school at Okla Mon dayjuly 3 f Rev JaineftXVilllaniSf of Mid I ij dleeboro and H C Gtavelur IVeled Oak vIMwd A tttndife recently Mr8G B Lane and children havefrctiirned to their home lit I J na mr Mo after spending two d1 M rEo Crit Lane r twecFBt f t j Mp ores Forry u nvin plenty of rain rn IB looking well 1TIDrUrBnd C C Shroiit wore in I Jig8iII Monday on business y i Cplem n Razor of near Suit J XicktCvll cotutnenco teaching tho i iHe ilcka pchnol July 10 t WK 4 odvSorrcllan brother Peter oiI jt of Flat Creek were visiting rela i tlvdehCre the pasj week Its tCimbrcll wont Wednesday to spend a few days with his par t IIQJt8 in Montgomery countSyu ig i Cblliyer nnd family of Salt Ltckspent Saturday anti Siindstbwith hia wifes patents a r 5 jW rs Thomng Jones f f t Spririgfioid i dlA jf t Uitctl Mrs Lucy Smathers Thurs Y dyt Birdie Ferguson of near f 71r Stcr1ing IS visiting James H ro 1r1h Mrs Sja ah Taylor of M t Sfer r c bfHng s hOguest ofherson Ed itittr 1 wb 4 q Dtvo Havens nod wife visited tr i i relativei in Nicholas county UhJ pJIite k 14 iMt8JT Matthews of Sharps rt A+ b9rttUie guest of Mrs Lucy l tchison rhuity t ii I J Mrs t iLflcy Srflathers nod Mrs f Ajjna Gossett visited Mrs Susan TburjdlYfJ Utjpor Prickly Ash l M f8 Efile TackjBlt yul ted A D 1 I Burns and family on Flat Creek l j Jatweek ndIU 1it Springfield is visiting relatives here this week iU w J t MiPsPturl Harmon of Fleming lcountIWB8U guest of her eUter S on several daysSlast I 1 eclccv 1l ftMrct l Good paster and Sirs f ro of Owingscttlh i 4 C TerogUeHtsofiMrs F ijj J tdnocayvo8t week i David Doggc1tnnd w lie ofFlat 41 JtJCL kJrpcnt Supdny with T J ughry trr nry epcnt l 0 4 1 jt teEeidpit Jt Crooks t Q BI Ewing went to LoxJngton f O Wednesdny r MW Arthur Barnes is visiting in GeorgiaMiMrBWitc t ast- errrt is visiting JlsrejuOvcB in Morehoad l Peed a Lathrntn shipped a e amv 4 cInidof cattle to Cincinnati Satur t jt day v t wHiOlt Hendrix shipped a car e 1J 1 v lcrcd of hoRS to Gincirmati Satur dayyoJ fI rll Water Mooro of Salt Lickj vis t j tj l 1 lied relatives here rind TPJlrw Mrs T J Turley and 1ntigbt r rI v f Salt Lick visited relatives here C 9 t 4uunuoy s i t r t t lira Hughes and wifeofLex- t ab WIngton Itre visiting Sam DughVs rl 1 4and wife t f fI j Mooabee Montjoy and wifenf yisltedrehtie5toj t y z 2 i j PresTtarnes wife and daughters iited the amily of Tom flame L Al Flat Greek Satnrday t t Mw Dave Gjlhertand Jhreechil t rnotlMxaiundCty visited her f i t JtItiilt ID S IJison and wife f1L iatrldayr natil Sunday IAI1 J ij r t I = it t y 1 iPl tf ltcJ f 0 r pfi ro 4 i11 p J t t r Jnti1 t s ho i1t 1 i J 1qti7 r 1 0 Jt trrf J Forgo Hill fllnliIrlaIcod into the house vacated by Louis flu illeysCharlie M Audorcon of Uryant it Stratum Husintsn OiHejjc Lou lS cn i1tinnMocrofiold Mrs Minor Judge ie verj pour 1 Will Shrotit nnd wife of Caicu go are viiting rtlatives hire IThe oinvenlon at iho lwlolilI1- Ulllull Ihuiili WUR Inryely attiMidcd GCllICllpcukillgIIIIlI i1vntyof din tt r Slate ValleytA hard rain aturdi3and one Sunday Martin Jones hits been very sick the past week Miss Sarah Alice Ftrguson ppen Saturday the guest of Miss Ltiev Ulcry Jack Toy and wife started Slit urday to visit the lutlvrti JIll fl III near Olympia It began to rain on iheni near Shrouls nlinollicuine IiullllIekestat on Rtii came to a rtIge acroftti row Creek This bridge hud washed away and was st on its 01111 So had to cgitpuinted and drenched with rain They said it was thu hardest rain they ever w OktathFarmers are very btisyitt the p resent tune We had II very heavy rain here Sunday evening Mist Nellie Glover began teach g school hero Monday Farmers aro paying hands 25 per day to line tobacco Miss Carrie Vice visited rda es in Grange City several days St week A man who will work at all cnn rentlscarce anti hard to find Willio Vanlandingham met with a wpainfuLing He was shooting at u mahand shot two toes oil his right a portion of tho foot tearing off the w Stholewe heard from hint ho was suffering greatly Stoops Farmers have lost tho greater p 5artA protracted meeting ie in pro grees at Somerset church Nothing seems to interest some people us much as nothing J F Grooms was lit JeiTerson le Saturday and Sunday There lire several applicants for t full term of school at this place 0 S Big tnff l 1d Ely Robert f n were at limo Lick Springs Sun 1ny Mr Tom Warner visited in Bourbon county Salurdiy and Sun lid Wheat threshing will coiubienco this week if tho weather is favor able The prospects for an excellent corn crop were never better in this n eigliburhoodt Sharp9burgere Saturday and Sunday Some peoplo would be smarter if they were only smart enough to know thatthoy were so Stuart Carmine Williams of Grassy Lick have moved their families here They have the contract for working the Ulnkston arid Van Thompson turnpikes dFairviewClay Henry sold M F IlendVi two steers for 85 John Kincaid sold a fat heifer to John Boyd at 3t0 cwt Ed Perkins sold A C Hendrix three elinuts ut 3 per head Miss Bertha Whltt returned from Ncpton Saturday lOOOpoundheIrer Foley Turner bought some shoats of Sloiit Whitton at 3 per head Silas Huwkinu and wife visited Charlie Rogers and wife Sundu A C Ilendrix bought a sow and igs from Mrs Rebecca Rogers for 11JGoa Kirk was in Fleming niadIRowan counties last week on bus inese daughterMissSunday hisitedSunday Albert Gray i8 confined to his bed from being kicked on tho knee cop by a horse fmllyIdtmako that place their home tImFarmerstheir crops Both corn ami tuba o are generally in the weeds 1 N Powell Leonurd AnderRonI sndhogs last week at 470 a hundred Chicken thieves are doing agood business in this neighborhood Sev oral have lost from eight to ten dozen latelyuRev Word filled his appointment here Sunday morning and evening and will begin u tendays meetingf j tho fourth Sunday in this wonths The News r Per Year J r i 1Ji f I Bothel Rv A Gossett left Friila f Vcr6uille8 to begin work there fa1iIrting COOIIH iieruti Jo cl erktlre C W Durlinm of near Moniclield a nil Mrn l Ion Durliniu o Carlisle visited ut E TT Grego rys Tlmrnlay MoKsrs GilUspic HaililT Ar lasinitli nttuiitlcd t lao Mippor yivcii by Ihn ytii tag folks of Moi nliulil Sntmdny night Miss Klisibelh Frii ni lit after visit of ficwml wuoke wild her Igrand tunt icr rnttuiud to her home limno in jarlislu leiInututaytLOST Atolllall Imy hum coin plcxion usually got8 with ileav rolled II p weight nlniut ISOllic KOIS by the iiuiue of Ollic Arm fiinith The tatter tiiiti1Ittut ulven by the ludiott of tile M E Cliurch Sn dnyBuIiool VJIH enjoyed Iiy the IIIHIIV scholars of liollr iiiidn d11itItMrs M Gost tt atnilin Clyde left TuiHilny fur Jnrlitild to visit fillnils ntisil Thursday wlivir limy will leave fur their home in Uu veu port Oklaliiuiiii Salt Lick Jiiuios iSnllard is here on a is Isaac ShouHu had n couple iir- alves lo die of bhaicklegni IlolY Uatlitr ami wit visited rel iitives near SharpsbtirK last week Mrs las Turlej and diiu htor Miss Ethic visited ut 1resion Sn Hi Charlie Grain and wire visited ffriendH in tjliarpsburg Saturday till Sunday Mrs II II Kriniof FarnierftviH i ted her Ill ee Mrs Ella Jackson Saturday Miss Killb Kring foininoticecl toncliintj the Riverside bchool last outlay Mr and Mrs Will Atchison left Monday for an uxtenuetl visit to the furuivrd piruitd in Franklin county Wo wish to state that were mis informed about tho medicine show hich we stated would hd hero Illst v eek On account of the doctotd liealth failing he con toni pin tea a trip South su the allow is declared o fftMrs Lidc Mnupin and family desire to thnnk the many kind friends who rendered ulltho assistance in ilteir power during tho tllnuss and deaih of their loved ono timid as uro them that their kindness and sympathy Mini not lie lorgutten Hlllsboro John Lytle nail wife visited JilliiiIelurk Sunday Sir Clark is nut expected to live Mrs Pollitt of Maysville nr rived Saturday to visit her sister 51rs George Gardiner Miss Mary Cook Is visiting her at c lyWedoniaSeveral from hero attended the funeral of James T Atchison ut Wyoming Tuuttduy of last week duughtcrIIIttiiyund family Monday und Tuesday Misses Osa and Dora McGregor returned Monday from their vim o relatives and friends at Mt Vcr non indO Miss Lilllo Evans returned homo lust week froni Valpariso Ind where she hurl been attending echool for ten weeks Mrs Frank two little daughteroZcttl1l1od Virginiu nr rived Satuiday from Cannel City to spend the summer Mrs II is in bud health Mrs James Gregory died Mon ay ut the home of her sister Mrs Cooper of consumption Bhe wrinbout twenty five years old She leaves a husband and two little children to mourn their loss To them wo extend our heart felt syin path1 I tfurdayfoqheensuiugW J M harley M W Everett Gardiner Foreman AC Zimmi r man Overseer Jno A Clark Uo corder S F OUrien Receiver M ConwayGlIldeHawkins 0 W Dr S F OBrien Medical Examiner Slepstone G W Carter and wife of Ow Sunday with J K Caimichaeland family Dr I W Jones left Sunday for tiouieville to spend the 4tli He will return Wednesday night I5 Watts of Olive Hill is at ome for tho 4th11t5 is working t tho house carpenter business Miss Lottie G ilting rrelll ed from u visit to Miss Margaret Jones at Odessa Monday after noon Miss Mattie S Payne and niece Miss Lenu Parker spent Saturday nnd Sunday the guests of Mrs Frank Brown Our wheat is being harvested but on account of the weather be igso rainy it is not as good as- iIouhd it be It will be hard to get up n u siife condition W ac llnt of now iandthe lack of it We hope we will ot have any cause for complaint ntil after tbe crops are made Eughisag irS Jho back part of ilr Law storehouse lIe is having a big crowd lit almost every meeting the weather being rainy holds olf the crowd somuimes Bf t i 4 E Mrs Sallie K Isabell daughter irdh Sailir the lust week left Saturday to- Vtnehester to visit other relatives ur a week or BO when they 111rl una here for another Visit before returning to their home in Lolum bus 0IKob Lick We are having an abundance e tain lllirn to the wife of James VVells a boy IItli Wells sold to Wra Craigiusow and four shouts for f I commencrIwe w Slilt ore company is going to start swim teams to fCrlfllIgl1CJxl week The fanners are away behind with their an account iit TiheThere is an crc o Ctfo be taken with cloverhJohn 1 Gulliver of Clay City visited his parents Saturday night und Sunday returning Monday morning lid has quit as engineer f tyornginetv Dr Znch Wells was appointed iniHtee ill this district The facts are Mr Wells belongs to the Lolkbvillo districtitThere watt to have been preach migiteru Sunday morning but ow inij to the ruin we suppose the preacher limo Parkerdid not come SOME FcTSIf the Standard zoOilof Static it is time that the Federal Government should clip their wingT The man who speaking lite t ruth is worse than a liar Burning the greenbacks will r JAmongStandard Oil Company titus accom i4plnsiaedgethir pnckIUUipt of cpurt If working uicn IlHllhliedIIn injunction as packers jllllungrusts is moro stngu play it ought o be called OfFtiWhile the trust magnates are trying to get everything in sight into their pockets the yellow dog tihitiCiafls t Iiryingthe people Olympia Mrs Sid Warren IcUt tile sirlc is tURtipstil NrtrtliPiitt want to West Virginia last week to work Died Friday baby of Will Bar ker and wife The mOllcris very m Hurry Fitch wifo and daughter of West Virginia clime Sunday to visltrelatives Miss Anna Turner rctutmned1uiaS day from Anhland been fur some months FMrsOwingisville Saturday Mrs James Barnes accompanied her home Mrs Kate Cflst gao son Lloyd and daughter Eda May went to visit relatives at Sharpsburg Thurs daytMr Fielder Shropshire of lircathitt county came Saturday to visit her father Marshall Thorap saltnMrs Bud Clark of Covington came Thursday to spend several weeks with her mother Mrs Thrasher Mrs Green Thompson anti child rca went Saturday to visit John Thompson und family at Paint Creek W Va Mrs Gporge Warner and son Ruby Swartd returned home to Georgetown III lust week after a visit to her parents herocDied Thursday June 29 Miss Linda Ann Johnson the 18year tild Jaughtcr of Harry Johnson aaMiTIQiituptian Sho Ivas buried mito the Williamson graveyard Friday CoringtonRolJcrtr spindisenco litI tic body hero Tuesday for burial We extend our sympathy to the pa meritstia f BLUE GRA- SSNurseries d c teSPRINGTrees by tine million fruit and shade small fruits vince itshrubsvrythin ordinarily kep at suchsOestablishment Wo sell dirct to a ngentsTrce ol application t- oIFI HILLENMEYER ifcsONS Lexington Ky AUCTIONEER mct1ol1eerable GEORGE H OUDGELL Odessa Ky The Outlook andVeekIy CourierJournal one year hOO 1 ar 4 I Quarterly Report ot the ALT LICK- DEPOSIT flANKPnlt LlckKynt thu elate of business JiiieJtI1I t JI to lIlIcmns nail Discount iiat II IIIhlrtlrnfliroiii State Hunk IlimkttiH 111111IHim rut Trial Ciii ii OJfitistllhrth vti nnlillotlll ICh tI I IIJoiJt tlur lucius cnrrfrt nlIlsh urtttirt timid FUturitinO 11nol JO J y urr Liiil IJnurtrr rSIIIU H JI III LIT i1t IXtinnitusftpJinnDeposits sllbjrct tii iIUcki willed ilJInterest is imlil nIIMltollftito cvrtukntui of deposits on which Interest Is hull Httvlngx lIluoll till wlikli litter 01 Is hittit rttIitt CllIckM- uo iitIfliliil Hunks te Htate Littts amid Ilaukors ut Trust Conipnnles ClUliIorN Clucks outstiiinllns Mill rillmmitiUilInptiUI llvcliiits ULII11111CIIIIIII tU1iinilnN1t Ity i Highest amount of iiululiUiliii of any ackli liter person conipii iiy r Ii rnIncI till t In tliu tuba of lit iv orllrni tin lluMI of the inillviilunl member thereof directly or Indirectly If such liulehteilnuns exceeds Hi per IulllIIIthe bank Jfonc- How Is liulohtoilnctss stated In jlxive Item iMcunUT e iO KJIII t h lit liHst iimonnt of inileljtctluoss liny iii rector IIr ulllcr it nniount sueh ln kl Io liiis exceeds luper c ell of lull till Lupllnl stick of Until Nazi Kee Section ISI Kbntucky Htatntes How Is sainn securetl 5 lines nntonnt of IndeUlwlness of any person cuinpanj or linn la eluding In tho lltililllty of lit com pany or urn the liability of the in tlivltlunl mcniliers thereof oxceeil per cent of piiUlupcupltnl stuck iiclual surplus Ko- If so state nniount of zIlch Indebt lnesui fAmount of hist dividend tIiJJ AVero nil expenses losses Interest and taxes deducted therefrom lie foru ateehti tin g dividend and was not less Until 10 per cent of net profits of Imnk for lie period covered by the dividend curried lo the Mirplus fund before said tllvl oilat wasdecure Yes ee Hectlon aw Kentucky Htatutes JtltlOOi a tnteof ouiity of Hot Ii s Allen II 1lIItslnhlr or the SaitThck tlolllghuSuit llck In Raid county beiii duty sworn tuiya iho foreKoltiK n Hirl is lit nil respectsu true statement of the condition of thu said Hunk at tlutclofic of huslnetSH on thu ith day of June lutti to tlm bust ot Ills know ltHluoAiid belle and furl her says that the hutfnosn of duo ttIcI Hank JailS been trnns acted at tie location named and not else vicrv ami tlmt the jiliove report Is inadu In ounintlnnce wlthnii iitHciat notice re friiiii the tueretary of Stale deslsn og the Jllh day ofjunu IOim tho day which such report shall he iniid- nAllKN OttOtl 101 NTS Cashier II II LKt8 Director W MIAKUU Director J HrAMlHKM Director byAlIen1I1u11iIsJ IlCiVMVUKlLNotnry Public iiy coinnilsslon expires Jan IS W i laATStatement of Condition of FARMERS BANK wlngsvttle UJtuuieaBii84tultijIiH jlOtllUcrnvenlrnfis unvvciirtHl Uut trot tSntloimllSniiks JWIRS BUe fruit Htutw linnk mid Kniikurs J11U2 iSlfl1 t2 Duo from Trust CnmpnnlOs 00Ulh1rMorliaues UMUond CpiclCluKicliunueOilier Items carried its Cllsll AV sro s urnltlllUllnlllolxlllr ltuo 1iItOhow hinc DAited till real estate ex Hllruwne0111 fliTOIS MAHIMTIKS Capital Stock t lOlwi OJ a ttrpiiis Tumi MJAU W 0H7lljipD DIimtarestD TInterestIoniunilcertlllcatcsofiloposlt8oa pnldlflmccrlillclIls on which iiilvrutt Is paid SnviiiKsitiposlta ou which tilter ust pnlitr CiTlltlcU Checks Duo Nnfonnl Hanks yMl Kt 55Uuucashlers Checks uutstuuilliig Hills rediscountedi- iptitdU dtvldeuidc Tuxes duo mitt unpaid Cupltul Block not pnlil Iunil to pul VV Er riI 00 Illuhent abbOtt liiJelitediiuss CIlInIbilltyuf iho cUlllplln ur firm the tliolndivUiuiil niumUurs thereof directly or Imllrectljvlf i uch IndebUilnef exceeds JO pr Ilctuahpllhl11Ill1Id of 2 usltuwt5nbuvollem ueciiredT See ectIuitS8 Kentucky Statutes Highest orohhlcerttaiuountf n o 7 cent of paidup capital stuck ol bunk No as J itatutc110w5 U amount of Indebteilness of ti c inluahiligpuny or nil the liability of tho Individual thereof exceed 30 pet cent of vuldup capital Stdcliteduess 0 7 BVertuInorenot less than pur cent of net iJoveredtho surplus fund before sold dlrl b3c0iitatoofKentuckyC ount JJ Lacy CushIer of Farmers Bank n KoMain In IholorJg01lIgstatement of the condition of tic hnldliunk ofJIIIIofldlion umllednud lint uhsewhiero icoth thattiito itIirltofHtute deslgnoUni tliuSth day of June as the day on which such report shall be mado JJ LACY Cashier J GOODIABTKK Director JTKIJIHltOUGHDIrtctorViI VUIUIIT Director JJIH JmOWNliotllry uhllu Bath GoIy T THOS J JONES Livery Feed Salo Stable 11Hendqllltrteradealerti Tclopbono comiectioa with N V O McINTIRR No Over Outlook Olllco and OwIugavhllce Uaukln Couipany8 OW1NG5Y1LLE KY d fi1ii t 51 l i c r 1 4 r s y d 1c iI fifJ 24 r tz k = d = m VT f CALIFORNIADo you want to live where the climate is mild the year round where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold Do you want to Jive in a region where the resources are more varied than in any other equal area in the world where the division of great ranches affords a fine opp rtunity to get a small farm that j will assure you a competence lDo you want to live where with a minimum of labor you carl If grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons folives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are surer business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment L f Then go to California where both health and opportunity await ttr Jyour coming r The ijNorthWestern I is the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two fast through trains daily via this line over the famous double track railwaybetween Chicago and the Missouri River linethroughoutSeptember to make the trip at a minimum of expense Daily and personally conducted excursions arc operated through to San doubleberthChIcago NorthWctrn Union Pacific and Southern Pacif le Rail aysI FILL Iil THIS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY znv454 Quarterly Report of The fflVIbLllBANKI GOi At the clcfo of business June 31 in BEtSOUUCESIOM1S 1101951 Ill IIOcnlmUiclu trout Nutloiuil linlsWOTT M J6luallunkliiK House nod IMI 3oo 91 Otliur nl Kstnlo tin gauges UH Huiuls MtHvitcxeluuingodtlirr Ituais carried tin Cash illGtllCurrrnt ivMii3n last Juart r hXltJlIso AcoHint if eii7Ciivti Uescilptiiiu luentlon vnttuunnil liov lang nvnitliill jliiiYlnno Slr1Jj8 IJARILITIKS girpiusliiulriiivd Profits less xpvn o Dim lt islto sns follows viz hlaisttctutIJeet IIIChcClclOII tvlittli lutcreit Is not imlil JSVSS3 soSDeposit subject iochcckoii which interest U mitt I lrllflclilellllfdepoilhouhleh i J lritt UvrtiflcutfS of drpoMts on tJlIllIl2IJICII11Mpaid CVrtliled Checks Due tStnte banks anti bankers 1017 72 DueTrtistt oinpiinle rnshlers Checks oulstandliig ill iipnitt dividend axesduiu aindsiuipaldSbaliincu to cr or interest ncct CU91 70 HUl1tEB1NiAItYI Highest uniount of Indebtedness of nny 9tockliold person coatspuny or flrni lucludtnx In 3tileIiidtcectIcowli in per c iitol capital stock eumialiltii How Is IndeUtednoss stated in abOVe Hem securOUlNScu Auction KfSj 3 Highest uniount of Indtbtedliess ofuny director ofolBcurIf amount tior such liulebu lncss exceeds hotS 4 o1141wS lioes nniount of Indebtedness of iihy person compnny or firm IneOlll ng in the llnblllty of cuiiuuiny or linn tIle liability of rule Individual me ub rs thereof exceed por cent otpahdup cop NoIfedness dxlAmountWero nil expenses Interest fluid taxes deducted tberef roni IIdoroJdeclaring dividend nnd less than 10 per cent of nelprotlts of tbo batik for thai period coverded by tilt dividend carried nuplm fund before said dividend esvndeclarettHue Section ClU Kentucky Stutute siI7ib8 KenluckYlCuunt U ashier of Owlngsvllle dwnsUtsvllltf m said county being duly worn th the rulutrL lit ittnt respectsIdtrue statumitent of tic condition of laay tisthe locution uuntod ind not clsowlJClro to1nncue tiecrutnry of ttate OtialgilatiliF the iWtb alt Juno 19030s tile tiny on sue reportsbtill be uiule chJnTbyTllfi ILtiUUUKbUNulury lubIii3 or Bath Co lily comiuiislon expires Feb 1MM th nt N C O RAILWAdi duTrainsecrvicq Meals ahiieitrte TIME GAUD EFFECTIVE SEPT 271903 cruuaci Eastbound- No 26 954 am pu cuopuoYcstoundlieo 21 a m 23 143 p m No 25 344 p m Nos 26 alicl 23 daily ex pt Sunday all others aily It 5 W D KNISKERN to rT rt CILW ny Chicago fullpartkurars i t j i Commissioners Sale Notice of Snlu in Equity Oving8viIlcRiinkingCoiopiinyPlltagainst W L Suladie c Defts nndIJoseph Johnson Pill vs V L Suladie c Defie l rf1ntlerpday term 1005 in the nhotestylc d t hutIeMONDAY JULY 10 1905ta bout 1at Iaak p Di sell iU piiblii nutcrj to the hiilu8t liidilcr ut the 8ilferlIyUntil county lyon the hadwnt rsauf Salt Well branch containing 18 CO acres and bounded asToI1th thosvsot In the side of the hillun the foutli side of ihe Salt Well branch and dinner to Elizabeth Tipt mV land thence S 3j W 1160 ehayis to a stone ut figure 2 on hulL Cllr ner to lipton thence S SUW 10 U5 chains to a stone nt figure 3 corner to Mrs Tipjon and Jug Kiikaid tllenctN 52 B 214 chains lo tI10 W side of the corner jvigt of the fence corner to Ivincaid andIot No 3 thence N 2i W 1240 chains to II tone at figure 12 corner to IptsNn 2 and 1 thence N 1DB 4CO c hains to astono ut flgure11 cpr ner lot No 1 thence N S6j E 8amma to n set eton in Mrs Tip tons line at figure 10 conicr to lot o ivthepco S OJ E 495 chnina to tho beginning and being lot No 4 D n the partition of the real i estate eld by Joseph Suladio at his deatlbe = r enough thereof to pro tj amount of Ihe debt interest and ast of the Owingsvllle BankinfiCo towlt 100592 a Jonding 2094 acres lying in Bath Coi Kyon Saltwtll branch and ining the abovedescribed tract at outcr to the bid CierO illwingavihleas follows Beginning at a ccslontone in line of Thomas lands at figure 15 on plot of divis ion of real estate of Joseph uladio hieceasedthenceat figure 9 corner toA G V Cooks vi vindsihaElizabeth Trptons lino and lot No 4 thence S 86 34comeS lot chains to a sot stono at fig 11 corner the to lot No4 thenco S 49 W4 60 ofansor to lots Nos 4 3 and 2 thence S4J W 735 chains to a stake at gure 13 at the northwest corner of Be the orchard and corner to lot No2 thencefiell corner tolot No2 thenco th 135 E 1063 chains to the begin th ng and being lot No 1 of said vision or enough thrcpf to pro co the amount of the debt inter and cost of Joseph Johnson 1to I wit 103920 Jrtgi Said sales wilt be ijiado on u edit of six months for onehaU eary d twelve mouths for the other half of tho The chrchaserste bonus with good surety for 1bo maliase price piiyablc to tin the aintill bearing six per cent per un num from date until paid A and u will bo retained Qnsald laud to from secure the payment of the purchase the money tr pan which execution may A ssuo if riot paid at maturity to eliaIl CIGudgelKV Sin Attye p Commissioners Sale Virginia tCyrus Arrasmith Pills j t Against In Equity Lizzie May and Lewis Brown Defts A By virtue ofit judgment and order of tale rendered in the Bath Circuit Court nt this May term 1905 In the aboveFtyled ease the j undersigned Muster Commissioner w ill on MONDAY JUuY 10th 1905 about 1 oclock p m sell to the C iihrsthkiderat public nuqtirn UVj o Courthouse door in Ow1ngs ihIe Kyit town lot situated ia iethe Ikith Co Ky nnd bound jcd its follows Ufginiiing ut u Ftnk corner witi jot No 7 thence S 42 E 1181 pies to a stake cur J n ez with lot Ni V and in Arri s TO smiths line thenco N 3J W 832 poles to n Muke in Arrtf milhs line jhence S 78 W 64S poles to a stake ence S 47 W 42 lOG pnjuato the ibiginning containing 3U poles mote 17 liPS Said land is being sold ttt satisfy plainliiFs deli in rFt and coal which amount to S9 S i Terms Sale will be mado v credit of G months Thsxpurchus r will bo required to execute bonri with approved sctc1arity for tho1 purchase pTice payable to the un ii dersighed Master Commissioner npd bearing six per cent interest from date until paid and toi havoJ the force and effect of judgroent A lien will bo retained onsaid land secure thin payuent of the chase money JfiH S GOQDPASTER Master Com Bath Circuit Court M W Doggett Atty M s = =7f Commissioners Sale 7 hn E Young Plaintiff EquityElveriBottP By virtue ofa judgment and order of gale rendered a the Bath rcuit Cour at its May term ioOfift t the above styled case the under iMaster Commissioner will MONDAY JULY lOtin 1905 about oclock p m sell tb Jrei ghest bidder at public auctlbnj fc Oitlngaleded onethird intcrcac of ElTert1 itts in a tract of land lying i Bath Cbunty Ivy and known ae sNo 2on the plat tif division ofltoni estate of Walker B uttg which plat is of record in tliotilficji the Clerk of the Bath County Court in Book No 11 pago 46 which land is described as follows ginnIng at the cornerat H lrithi Pholps line and corner to lotNoi ence S 52s E 2434 chains to JG enceN 70 B 770 chains to C enceN GGi E 1615 chains tbE thence N 22J E 2 55 chains tbFthence N 52 W 3431 chains to Gm corner to lotNoJ thence with NoVa S 34 W 23 chains to the beBiBn containing 0942 acresf 01 enough of land ns shall he nece P to produce tho sum otJtZ728 Terms Sulo will bo lunifejon credit of six months 1JiipM f aser will be require e nd with approved v purfchaeeprice paji 2dersigned MtlteF s bearing six pr ecu date until paid arid WJ kv force anti elFect ora judgftii Hen will be retained on aaitiu secure the phyinenfor tlieupj o prieo II 8 GOOpPA fERi M aster JBoiiiB Cw Robert IL Vinhl Attj v l s 4t t iIs