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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rL J t a OSt J r Jo I r I r n if i T Pr r r Ka fr Lt w 0 p l y 1 1 4 p r r 4r o I PT nsiJi kr t 1 r Ti i Jf 2 Xr H J f r r J t t f 0 a r 1 i dL i i = tr y p Jju 1 Zjl3J I q os 4 jo i JI tt 6J f JJ Jt rI J 7 If II fj rJ r iJ Jk rilr J Iidr l fIi I7lIJtoyr 4 lz + d i IrtfJ ri J J lJfr q lof J J rJ5 f rfl f r ldfir yyty v 21i r It jIJJ i r ji icis YYar Y 21 gu r t Jf oJ1 l J l tj orra r J18IrefQn a a r JJrl rr e26 f riYwF f 1 rfifY df Il t r1 i r v ow r I j r l J 5 +y C lJ T 1I JtJrwt1 j Drink Woin cots Pop 630 A heavy rain fell at noon Tues tlap Rain continues to fell nearly daily ttandidntae wars netivo hero r4Mondny Tho White sewingmachine is BB popular as ever Everything firstclass in hardv Ware at BudHrothcr8- Uco0 T Young is the authorized collectajDr G W Conner makes teeth from the cheapest to the best 10 II L Lane is agent for Wieder man battled beer and Budweiuer bottled and keg a All who have property to sell at public auction callon M D Farce He will give satisfaction The farmers generally around town hKve cleared the weeds from their corn and tobacco crupap A good deal of clover has rotted on the ground owing to tho delay I ed harvest on account of rain T S Shrout will receive a ca- rl load of now buggiee this week He keeps plenty of them and sells for L cash or credit Dr G W Connor the dentist uses Odontundor and all approved antithetic for the painless ei traction of teeth Robert Hyatt of nearSherburno brought in Monday fine specimen of trilobite that he found recently while plowing In the field Floyd Ross and Henry Scott sold Cabe Snedegar two hogs for JG T H Brown 3 for 10 T S Shrout sow ariti four pigs for 12 Abftut all the remainder of thev Spring lambs have been sold and B will be shipped this week Prices rangtd from 6 down to BJc One of the hardest rains known fell here for a short time late Mon dayafternoon Sudduth street be tween Main find Water was a swift torrent i The Wheat crop was all harvested and is in thq shock all right ithJl nut sprouting but the yield of gr lwlllb very light and theII j qyality Inferior You do nut know what a small amointof fuel it takes to gut a meal until you try a Lender cook 4tove or range Leave your order t with Bud Brother for one rPROTRACTED MEETIKO The pro- C trncted meeting begun by Elders hornet Carpenter and Vera Car penter of near Flemingsburj al the Wyoming Christian Church Sunday July 2 will continue over Sunday July 16 r CALLED A MEBTitlaA Lexing ton dispatch say1 retidnt W B Hawklnc has called a meeting of the 4 ways and means committee of the Burley Tobacco Growers Co to conclude plans for marketing Jhls years crop of tobacco w 7 T S Sbrout has on hand two carloads of new buggies and about 20 of them rabber tired ones which he will tell at 6 percent discount for the month of July Largest J stock of buggies in Bath county to select JromLook through them and see if you cannot save from 5 b to 10 on each buggy Gashor credit 2t BASKET Newt a There will be a basket meeting next Sunday at Wm Wrights grove above the Prickly Ash bridge by the ladies of r Slate Valley Church All are in P Tiled to attend and bring wollfilled basket Elder J Fred Jones of Stanford Itt wilt preach morning and afternoon A big crowd is ex pected KCFUBLIOAX CoMrfrrTEE MEETINQ To the Benbersof the Republi Bathrx xr county You are requested to meet sad bold a session of the Commit it in OwlngSTille at the offlco of x a R GudgelleSon onSaturdayJuly 15 1905 at 2 oclock p m tiy H T HOPKINS Chmn t R Gudgell Seoy 1405ar SUIT FOB BACK TAXES State Auditors Agent G H Alexander of Louisville has brought suit in w- iheCpaQtyCourtagainet the fol taxM on property al frotm aSWeMaeBt for the years 1001 to 190 inclusive Yale Lumber 92988aBd I4Q8 penalty Salt Lic Lumber Co 12988 and 1108 pe- naltYWJFell 14Dtand 249 peaalty Rose Run Iron Co 208 t aclf498peaahyeaao Shouse 14t8alldIU9 penalty r L JoBP lllTuaUememher that Tiu OuTtpoK is prepared to print 1 ii letter heads t noteheads bill heads tteeltte cards labels r ic 7eeeipteidttttatiodeand all sort y I of bu ninedastationerJon the best i toek at the most ea4eaable prices Compare our i rk with that turned out br any f i ettee aadyou will find it to ffftt6 errativaatageto have us do your omyfi k Vsale paint posters Dodgers paapkleteaadeverythingausualfJ t lfejiave e fiarid foNlel itJt bleak Seeds mortgageB i sad oilier blanks fl iY2 O I K idftt tlsrr rt 1 rtf I Jc 1vTti 1Itl1hiI tx 0 tIe v 1Trksyrbv i ftr f r4 PERSONAL Mrs Plerco Wiiui of Mt Sterling vlsltotl Mrs Klvti Cutlctt the past WeekConner Giving nod Emmet Frat man returned Thursday from u trip to Cincinnati Mrs Jesse Hampton returned last lhursdny from a visit to her paresis at WinchesterMiss Ewing left Tuesday to isit her sister Mrs Dr Lyons of Surgoinsvillc Tonn John Salmons returned Thursday from CoviiiKton He left his mother hotter of her illness Robert Intowood and wife of Ew inclon were guests of Jesso lamp ton null wife MondaySWin L Killpatrick of Mt Ilugshunt Sunday with his fILII1I1c W H Daughortys Holmnu Rice returned Saturday night from a visit of several days to friends at Sholbyvillo Elder T W Harrison of Augusta tilled his appointment at Pleas ant Valley Church Sunday Morris Brown after a visit to his arents T H Brown and wife re turned to Louisville Sunday Misses Edna and Julia Owiugs GaitHklllof Winchester are visiting their sister Mrs Jesse Hamptont 111tD Brother some days last week Mrs Wm E Richards and son James went to Lexington Tuesday ie morning returning homo Wednes dayMiss Florence Centner after a visit to Mrs Bert Daniel returned home to Louisville Sunday after noon Robert Young and Miss Amanda Thompson of Mt Sterling visited James and Miss Bettle Peters TuesdayElder Fred Jones of Stanford 111 came Thursday on a welt to his parent Martin Jones sari wife of Slate Valley v Mrs John E Freeland after isit to her parents Elder and Mrs H Ross returned home to altIISterling Sunday Mrs J F Deering and two child ren of Poplar Plains have been the guests of Mr and Mrs E W Hefiin a eihco Saturday rv Cuss Brother has accepted a post I lion with Van Deren Co of Lexington and begun work Wednesday it of lust week JThou McCllntock aid little Tom sun Ed McClinfock of MilleraburR wero with T M Parry I wile Sunday and Monday Mrs Claus Rankin and little daughter of Covington are visiting James IC Emmonii and wife Dell Rankin of Hlllshoro was their guest Sunday Mrs S J Fearing and children Henry and Mary Belie left Tuesday for tb ir home at Dayton form Miss JtitinloCoiincr accompanied f fur a visit Misses Mary mind Annie Sheehan sari Annie Allen visited friends ut Salt Lick Wednesday of lust weok Miss Mary will visit friends there fur several days Elder Robert Campbell spent Iron I Monday till Thbrsdny of last week at Lexington His father WAS there from Bethany V VUOII a visit to his daughter Mrs Campbell sari baby of Lancaster were there Mrs day Shrout nee Lutle Hoon while on a visit to her mother Mrs Lee N Hull at Sherburne was token very ill Mondaywith append cIUslThty Intended operating on Mr Shrout who was with her returned hero Tues dayMrs Clare Wiltwer little son and daughter of Dallas Texas and Miss Elizabeth Mason of BeattyvilleKy are guests of Miss Clara Bascom Mrs Wittwer Is a daughter ut Edward Young deceased Miss Mason ism daughter of RArmstaad Mason PEANUT HOST Send all the- o children to the Peanut Hunt in the yard of L 0 Kimbrough Thurs day afternoon Hours four to six Admission 5 cents Bo glad to se the grown folks too COEBECTION SuperlntendentW P Perry says that he appointed Dr Zaoh Wells school trustee in the Ore Mines district and he knot him to be a resident of that die tract This is in reply to an item in our Knob Lick correspondence last week LARGE BEAHB Alf Hurt brought in Monday the largest specimens of pole beans in the pod that we have overseen The longest nod was twelve inches in length before it wilted and is still 1 Ifinches longI Mr Hart says he has been raising this ten years and they aie fine eating beans The vines require very long poles though they can be grown in the cornfield ROBBERX AT SuABrsntma The dry goods store of Owens Bailiff Sharpshurg was broken open last Thursday night and robbed of goodkby breaking the glass in the front door with a rook Saturday Necie Hardin a colored woman was ar rested on charge of committing the burglary She confessed and tot d1a where the stolen goods were hidden stating that she was employed to do the robbing Sho waived exam ination and was held to Circuit Court being brought hero and placed in Jail here Sunday she made affidavit that Bill Piersall of color had assisted her in the rob bery Deputy Jailer Robt Nixon and Town Marshal Wm F Mar went to Sharpsburg sari arrested Fiersall lodging him in jail here Sunday night Monday the Elgiyalso assisted in the robbery and broughtIbt al Elgin and Pimall were dismiesed trS r 4 The Mt Sterling items in the Lexington Sunday Herald say that Walter Harper has Sold out his business at Midway and hasnt yet determined where ho will locate LOST DOCDLEIJtAUERA base ball club from Owingsvillo went out Sunday and played a game with a club at Flat Creek losing it by 9 to 8 They ate a big thinner at iho expense of the Flat Creel boys and then in the afternoon loaf another game by 22 to 6 The Ow ingsvillo boys are ambitious to get out of time bug duet class and will do better perhaps next time REASONS FOR KEEPING MUi- tpeaking of the refusal of time olfl of the Burley Growers Co to every Prying Paul a detailed atulcment of their every move the Cynthiana Times says that the realize that the less publicity on their efforts to trol too Burley movement the I yeoxporiencelily of concealing their work In the ever powerful combine 1 the farmers may toot assured In interests are being looked uftera y know how largely they profit better prices tor their toba season due to the BurleyGro ore Company movement Enou knows now that the movotni this year can be financed So far as line been made put no definite conclusion has yet reached and no confidence can placed in the unauthorized stu doubtlesB inspired by enemies the Growers Companyappear in the daily newspapers of Cina nati and Louisville LETTER FROM THE SUMMER c Lexington Ky July 10 BIOIJ Mr Editor of THE OWINGSVI ODTIOOK After mcating with here in Lexington a few r I concluded to you ajUnas on oldacquntinc sake I mutch pleased with wontingx after such longlime between in got fOf THE OUTLOOK but nut 88 oft would like to I all wayslhtT wer a duned good little shea could tel as many truths a Ion political and religous linos oj American out fit as the next use to be a round owing v right smart a way back in thtpart of the year of 1870 do V wer there during uncle lity Nicks trig orcc thus sherriir plant I drinkcd dead loud good old bug Juce on both e this Job of Curse 1 wer all wi Iho party with the latest viir erector thais pelf intrust a nrliold world runs oa self i h first and last in nil kinds or mer Jobs where dallas and cl tot water is nended in presj the human thirst and lunge dont want to weary you rtianc with to much of mj shaft Language there fore put you to youre witts to dispelling lam nn old timer s anted and kulkutcd under th ro doctoring time makes changes in all kinds of bale welitS people the onley that holds it one without il FO may changes satins pose consuming of bug Juce Ii ing to try and haY a law pa berry dead people end wise hertoly by puling them down en fore can be put in itidoPonl old WRY dead people won rrn it i dent vSCMMEK 200 west high St L eBACE FOR REFRESENTATn three candidates for the De nominalion for Represent the Kentucky General J from Bath and Rowan couj hers Saturday to attend ting of the District Comp determine the method oC Itbe nominee It is under Chas E Day of Morchec a primary election wbi Sharp of Sharpsburg an Young of Morehead eac would be satisfied with k action the Committee too The Committee prompts on a primary election an entrance fee at 8300 thou be by secret ballot election The primary is undouti fairest method of choosid inee and each condidato due strength but in thief the entrance too is exa salary of a Representative regular session cf sixty n elusive of mileage Thus Iner even if elected must ei1 sacrifice of his time and a living expenses The race will be a whippi from start to finish Wail a supporter of Blaokburij election to the U A Young is a champion Pa 9afar cause Chas E says he will represent the and support the Senatorial date favored by the majority Democrats of the district Sharp claims that it is turn in regular rotation aba kcd by custom to furnish the nee He has been very influt in local politics bnt hoe atpr- n a strong element of practical ticians in this county oppose him principally because oftsupport of Blackburn This went will support Young Bolb strong financially and the floe element is in a receptive strict l i n r JUDGE PAYNTER HERE Judge Thomas H Paynter of the Court of Appeals was here Monday reo newing acquaintance with the pee pie meeting old friends and making Wes ones He hadnt been here be fore since ho was a candidate for Congress thirteen years ago Of course ho was hero in the interest of his candidicy for the U S Sen ate so far as the dignity of his ju dicta position would pormit He is a man of distinguished bearing and withal is a good mixer among time people making a favorable impression wherever he goes COURT DATThough there was Mondaybusiness the dull order The merchants call it a slow day There wee not much live stuck offered and prices were low foi t t i h Y 5rl- at6s F r i t t fj F t rr r l r g i 1 i t fA r s k If f AIw i j a J Ibira t I It4t fJ t 1 J 4 ptI fti f r37 w Sft t J s y l t 1 k yfr 1zwr r t I 4 x r tl tk yre riirt 1i 4 4T a r yea t aoMt a 1 4 s tt t ti t s r 3 fl P 1 a t th t fflt i 17i tF 0 t t zr ja Jr rIts tr t Jc sari r If 1 at r f r 8r7 rt rc r 1 f fJo FC fY i rt ry 11 r rf6 c I Scrt J1 t 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a r If Ztptlt t F I if I + a 4S1 f t a b 4fV b PV pea a 3 S p1- It J frI A1i S J I aatrtA 4 a 1PIjPI14 jjP ft41 t S i a I I P1 44 3 i i IP s 2 5 z la I a 4 4 I 1 I t I I aV43bap1 taji raa l i i Ic g 4h a i12iaCiii I 1 t44IitaIL l I pIa r S a 5 I I r zj Z a SVJ ixZ cz t1 a a 14j 2 t 34t a6p1p P k1 I A DIVINELY APPOINTED ROMANCE OUR BIBLE STORY by theHighway and Byway Preacher tA VI ilen Between the Lines of Cods Inspired Word OojrlRhl by 111 Ed Scripture Authority And Abraham Paid unto his eldest servant of his house that ruled over alt that he hall Put I pray thee thy hand under my thigh And I will make thee swear by the Lord the God of Heaven the God of Earth that thou shall not take a wife unto my son of the daughter of the Canaunltrs among whom dwell Rut thou halt go unto my country and to my kindred and take a wife unto my son lsaacGcn 44 Read all the chapter Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness nnd what communion hath light with dark nessV 2 Tor 611 OW I wish you would come and walk with me father through the pleasant grove yonder It Is not well for thee to sit in the shadow of thy desolation and the r ottng man placed h Is arm in loving up peal about the shoulders of the nI 1 J r ir 4 t J I L I l i i 4 5 t 1 t f S r 4 s iif z I f1 41 jFi j T f J a I I a l I fa e 5 a i 0V i q a tS I tt I tp i j f I Today being at great unrest and yearning for something I knew not what I wandered at some distance aol just as I was turning my face home ward I saw a caravan of camels coming and hailing them found they were seek ing the tent of Abraham When the chief of the company learned that I was Abrahams son he alighted from his camel and journeyed on foot by my side while the attendants followed at a respectful distance Ho told me he came from Abimclccb who having heard of our bereavement had sent messages of condolence and sympathy And the princess whom you remember we meton several occasions when at Abimelechs court sent this reaching within the folds of his robes and bringing forth a jar of very costly and very fragrant ointment with the message that itwaa to be scattered about the tomb of our dead in token of the frangrance and beauty of the life of my dear mother Was not that a delicate and graceful tribute questioned Isaac with fervor his glowing face revealing the depth of feeling within But In the great love which he bore his mother he was all un conscious that his appreciation of the princess gift and message was closely akin to love and that It needed only the kindling light of favorable circumstan ces to cause it to burst Into vigorous flame It surely was my son responded Abraham thoughtfully as he laid his hand lovingly upon that of his son And I am going at once to annolnt the tomb exclaimed Isaac as he rose to go Scarcely had he departed when Ellezer ushered In the envoy from Kin t h n u ence sofPnthoSj Jthoe was 5 lhe YoftheY emed i house tappy sintwn twith was abamIlosei The t 1 sup rect jour I c that fit sen- hUe urIS a a lj I j f EF f I e t 4 f a rI S 4I I I f11 t 11 Iq 4 4 A1t If 1 t I 3r tr t 1 f ft 4 a q a i i I 0lI I 14S a c4LI 1 i1 t r l d f ki tl g4 i I I Srei4 4 r1 t tu i V y I g5 pSa J5 p r a I4I 51a i k Sb I 5 j S ati 1 t 1 1t a 2tf r SII rtJCr LS1 I tlJvtI1I 1 5 ft Jft5 ihJfI tiJt fi t 1 jtojf1 t jt j a S f MUTINEERS YIELD The Kniaz Fotemkine Surren dered to Roumanian Officials Russian Torpedo Boat Which Accom panled the Rebel Warahlp Left the Roumanian Port For Odessa Without Surrendering KustenjI Roumanla July 10The flag of St Andrew once again over the battleship Kniaz fionl1I which had proved such terrors Black Sea communities for a couple cf welts The formal surrender of the inutin out crew occurred Saturday afternoon after a series of discussions and nego tiations between the Roumanian au thorities and leaders of the mutineers The Roumanian officers who boarded the battleship on her arrival here call ed upon the crew to surrender in which case they would be treated as foreign deserters or else to leave tha port forthwith Adm Kruger Sunday afternoon boarded and took possession of the Russian battleship Knfaz Potemklne King Charles of Roumanla having sent Instructions to the commander of tho Roumanian squadron that the vessel be delivered to the Russian authorities without raising difficulties The torpedo boat which accompan led the Kniaz Potemklne however left for Odessa without surrendering de daring that she had not mutinied but that the Kniaz Potemklne had forced her to follow Adm Kruger arrived with his squad ron after exchanging the customary salute and Intimated that he had come to arrange for the transfer of the KnI az Poterakine Adm Kosllnski commander of the Roumanian squadron boarded the Russian battleship Tches me and informed Adm Kruger that King Charles had ordered him to turn the vessel over to the Russian admiral FRAUD ORDER ISSUED Mall of Peoples United States Bank and Publisher Lewis Stopped Washington July 10 Postmaster General Cortelyou announced the Issu ance of a fraud order against the Peoples United States bank of St Louis Mo its officers and agents and E G Lewis a publisher effective July 9 The action bars the company from the use of the mails after an investigationS by the postal authorities tails of the business of the institution- The postmaster general in Ills an nouncement says It is understood that the funds of the bank which have not been borrowed by Mr Lewis and her enterprises amounting to about twothirds of the total amount remit ted are deposited In banks and will be available toward reimbursment of the stockholders who number upwards of 65000 It Is the Intention of the offi cers of the post office department to cooperate with the secretary of state of Missouri In every proper way for too Interests of the investors and depositors BLOWN TO PIECES Eight Men Killed and Two Injured In a Premature Explosion Harrisburg Pa July 10Elghl men were blown to pieces and two others were injured by the premature explosion of a big blast of rock powder on the Pennsylvania railroad Improvement near New Cumberland The ac cident occurred directly across the Susquehanna river from the scene of the Pennsylvania railroad wreck on May 11 In which 23 persons were kill ed and many others Injured All the victims of the las t disaster were em ployes of P S Kerbaugh and Co In corporated contractors who are build Ing the double tracks for the Pennsyl vania Railroad Co to connnect with the Enola yards The bodies of the men were terribly mangled and partic es of flesh and bone were scattered or a distance of 200 yards from the cene of the explosion Not a trace of two colored men who supIhe river which is being dragged Sailed For the Orient San Francisco July 10The steam SecretaryItlarge party of United States sena s and congressmen sailed for the- ilippineIslands Count Casslni Leaves Washington July 10Count Cassl Russias first ambassador to the ted states after seven years serv here left for New York where he Is for Europe and will later go to 1new post at Madrid IMARKET REPORT Cincinnati July 8 rLE Common U 25 0 400 Ty steers 4 65 5 00 fES Extra 675 pCh packers 65 5 70 ed packers n 3 55 565 PExtra 4 40 t 4 50 i BS Spring 8 25 840 HI Spring pat 6 00 8 6 35 ATNo2 red 92 3 red g 91 58IGNO 2 mixed 33 4 2 78 80 Ch timothy 11 5- 0sClear mess 14 05 team 725 ERCh dairy 14 pice creamery 22 LES Choice S 50 4 00 ATOESPer bbl 1 25 1 50 HCCO New 5 00 13 00 I 4 50 14 75 Chicago UR Winter nit 5 10 5 20 EATNo2 red 1 00 Q3red 108 112- tNNo 2 mixed 58Vi 33yENo2RK Mess 12 C5 12 60 jlD Steam 7 021 705 INwYork 5OURWin strts 4 60 4 65 107JRNITS No 2 mlxed36 37 E Western 82Yaa 25LRDBaltimore fHEATNo2 red 00 Vi RNNo 2 mixed 61 6- 1ATTLESteere 4 00 4 soIHEATNo3 red 90 ORNNo 2 mixed 58 ATS No 2 mixed 35 ORK Mesa U 00 ARD Steam 6 4 Indianapolis HEATNo 2 red 90 ORNNo 2 mixed 5YJ ATSNo 2 mixed 31 bc7 TOLD OP THOSE WHO WHITX Ernest Treeton a writer of serial stories has lately told of the youn woman amateur who chanced to get an unfinished story accepted braweekly paper for Immediate publica tion Months passed and the thing went AII A desperate editor wrote let ter after letter imploring her to wind despairinglyi elongating thing had wound round her as the sea serpent wound about Lao coon Finally the editor himself ended it Miss Ilcthara Edwards In her Home Life In France writes The best contemporary French writers often use English words not as yet naturalized without Italics or quotation marks Thus Chcrbullez wrote of the hall Instead of Me vestibule In one of his novels nrlzcux makes a lady conju gate the verb luncher In one of his plays Flirt croquet garden party five oclock and a variety of similar expressions are employed as if be longing to the French tongue English names and pet names have an especial attraction for French ears There Is a pitiful story of Philip Bourke Marston the blind English writer One day a particularly good Idea came to him and he sat down to his typewriter with enthusiasm He wrote rapidly for hours and had nearly finished the storr when a friend- came in Read that said Marston proudland tell me what you think of It The friend stared at the hap py author and then at the blank sheets or paper In his hand before he was able to understand the little tragedy The ribbon had been taken from the typewriter and Marstons toll was for nothing He never had the heart to write that story again s oCImore more the religious novel and that it will only be accepted whether by the plowman or the philosopher In the degree in which It unites with the simplest deepestIwill be realized he says that capacity Qf the novel for any work whatsoever whether of simple enter tainment or of deep teaching is en tlrely without limit that there is no vehicle so capable of reaching a wide area no medium so adaptable to the needs of man In all his stages of In tellectual development in a word soundln8boardfar YABNLETS BABE A host of Daniel Webster in handing him a glass of Madeira out of a dusty and cobwebbed bottle said that he had made a little calculation that the wineS had cost him two dollars a glass ing the interest from the time he bought the wine Webster reached for the bot tie and helped himself to a second glass saying I really must stop that con founded Interest A wellknown actor was walking with a friend in Broadway New York one afternoon when they were attracted by a fine meerschaum pipe in a show win dow Going Inside they asked the price and were told 430 You need not show it to me said the actor walking out After a minute he remarked to his friend What Two weeks alimony for a pipe Well I gues not In a recent hearing before a commit tee of the London county council one of the participants quote Shakespeare against his opponent who he said roared as a sucking dove The clerk of the committee who may have prided himself on his knowledge of natural his tory entered the remark on the minutes in this fashion Mr Balfour Browne remarked that his learned friend had roared as gently as a sucking pig A British officer says that one day be saw a volunteer soldier out for drill who had an extraordinary number of medals pinned on his coa He evidently felt flattered at my notice declares the officer and I said to him You seem to have seen considerable service In what wars have you been engaged He replied Bless you I have never been In a war My father and I were awarded those medals at agricultural shows for a special breed of pigs for which we are famous Mercy to Carthage Cato was demanding that Carthage be destroyed S Why not celebrate the Fourth In It they suggested Appalled by the fiendishness of the scheme the senate voted to send the ships Instead N Y Sun ATAXIA FOUR YEARS FOLLOWS MALARIA cJONThAOTEDIN- SPANThKAMEBIOAN WAR Victim lied Become Ilelpjen When He Tried Dr Williams Pink Pills but IVaa Cured In Four Month Because ho did not know that there is a remedy for ataxia Mr Ariel endured four years of weakness pain aud the misery of thinking liis case incurable- At the outbreak of the Spanish American war he 518OIl went with Company B Eighth Regiment MVM into camp at Ohickniuanga and while there my system became thoroughly poisoned with malaria When I was mustered out I carried that disease home with me After a while locomotor ataxia appeared How did the ataxia begin I first noticed n pain in any ankles and knee joints This was followed by numb feeling in my legs At times I had to drag myself around my legs would shako or become perfectly dead I had constant trouble in getting about in the dark I kept a light burning in my room at night as I could not balance myself in the darkness Even with the aid of n light I wobbled and would reach out and catch hold of chairs to prevent myself from falling How long were you a sufferertFour years iu all the lastc three years I was confined to bed sometimes for a week again for three or four weeks at a time When I was lying down the pain In my back was fee qnently so severe thathad to be helped np and put inA chair to get a little re lief I had considerable pain in my bowels and no control over my kidneys The worst of all was that the doctor could give me up hopeofrccoveryc How were yon cured Iread that Dr Williams Pink Pills had cured locomotor ataxia and one or two friends spoke to me about them In the fall of 1903 I began to take them for myself and 1 had not used more than one box before I found that the pains in my knees and ankles were greatly relieved Four mouths after mlUJandIMr Edward H Ariel lives at No 43 Powow street Amesbury Mass Every tryDrAny druggist can supply theo 7o 5 jSrJSLSft k SSI r pa 4F4 2 CONSTANT ACHING s flackachesalithotime Spoilsyonr appetite wearies the body ivorriesthoTmind Kldneyseanse allandDoaus Kidney litlS relieverand cure itII U McCarver of 201 Cherry St Portland Ore in spector of freight for the TransCon tincntal Co says I used Doans Kid ney Pills for back ache and othersymptoms of kid ney trouble which hadannoyedxneformonths cold was responsi ble for tho whole trouble It seemed to settle in my kidS neys Doans Kidrnr tooled it out It is several e I used them and up to dartc therOfs been no recurrence of the trouble Doans Kidney Pills are for sale by all dealers price 60 cents per box FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y i- sACKTONATURE i Return to the oldtime whole some wheat food of our forefathers Buy a package of EGGOSEEand J use it tomorrow morning When you dip your spoon into its goldenbrown flakes you will ct1realize that AT LAST there is a delicious tempting dish made from the whole wheat- EGGOSEEis made from theper feet grains of the choicest white wheat containing ALL THE VITAL ELEMENTS that make for buoyant health and good digestion It is Natures perfect food and someIeat Perfect digestion means life power energy and a robust well being Attain it by eating EGG 0SEE EGG0SEE is sold in airtight innerlined packages insuring purity and freshness I 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labeltalx so other from your druggist I i f i triII iLk t a 4 ts Tf A 2M 4 MARKETING POTATO CROPS Sow the Kallroad JJado It Possible for the Growe to Get Fair Prices In line with the classic case of the g oyster shippers cited by President Hadley of Yale University in his book on Railroad Transportation is the case- 4of the Aroostook potato growers brought by President Tuttle of the 7 Boston and Maine Railroad before the Senate Committee on Interstate Corn- jmerce Nothing could better show how a railroad works for the interest of the localities which it serves j A main dependence of the farmers of the Aroostook region is the potato I crop aggregating annually eight to ten million bushels which find a market largely in Boston and the adjacent thickly settled regions of New Eng land Thonof cheap water- j tratisportatlda from fttilne to all points i along tho New England coast keeps potatoesalwaysPotatoes are also a considerable out put of the truck farms of Michigan their normal market being obtained in and through Detroit and Chicago and other communities of that region scot many years ago favoring sun and rains brought a tremendous yield pof potatoes from the Michigan fields At normal rates and prices there would have been a glut of tHe customary markets and the potatoes would have rotted on the farms To help the potato growers the railroads from I Michigan made unprecedentedly low rates on potatoes to every reachable market even carrying them in large quantities to a place so remote as Bos 4 1Ion The Aroostook growers had to the price on their potatoes and even then could not dispose of them unless the Boston and Maine railroad reduced its already low rate which it p did By means of these low rates l making possible low prices tho potato crops of both Michigan and Maine were finally marketed Everybody eats potatoes and that year everybody had all the potatoes he wanted While the Michigan railroads made rates that would have been ruinous to the railroads had they been applied to the movement of all potatoes at all times to all places they helped their patrons to findmarketsthenTheBostonancIMalneIsuffered a decrease in its rev b enue frompotatoes but it enabled the Aroostook farmers to market their crop and thereby to obtain money which they spent for the varied supplies which the railroads brought to them If the making of rates were subject to J Governmental adjustment such rad 1 ical and prompt action could never have been taken because it is well es I tablished that if a rate be once re duced by a railroad company it cannot be restored through the red tape IofGovernmental procedure If the railroads and the Boston and Maine Railroad had been subjected to Governmental limitation they would 4havefelt obliged to keep up their rates as do the railroads of France and Eng I GovernmentalSand let the potatoes rot Exchange ON THE BAIL The American railroads have elx employes for every mile of track and I the British roads have 28 The locomotives on the new fast ex presses between Cologne and Berlin are built after an American pattern a Walking on the railway near Cam 1 bridge England an enginedriver heard a dog whine and found that it t was lying on the body of Its master a J news agent named Hinlon who had been killed by a train- The following notice was observed officerat a neighboring town on one of the railroad lines run ning out of Albany Trainmen on passenger trains must not go through the coaches with overalls on without first taking them ottAlbany Jour nal IAn electric trolley system has been Chinavj afford transportation facilities to tho European residents of Hongkong It- Is said however that ike native Chi nese are now using the road a great- deal although they first viewed it with suspicion believing It to be a i contrivance of the devil Until this road was started the principal means transportation In Hongkong was the rickshaw drawn by Chinese coolies IN DARKEST AFRICA V 0 t The French government Intends to make experiments In Its Congo col 5r ony in the cultivation of a wild cof 4 fee tree discovered by the explorer M 4 f Chevalier Miss Jane Nathan who is the first Couth Africanborn girl licensed to 1 r practice as a dental surgeon has re- turnedI h from her successful studies in l Europe to begin her profession at Han over Cape Colony She Is also be lieved tobe the first South African- iglrto take any medical degree 1 JrRobert Koch had a caravan consisting of men when he visited II iv Mcrogoro In berman East Africa last aS month The natives called h aithe astonfwhichhad for Its object the study of 1thepagueandofa kind of5 fever 1 52which is communicated by the papas one1ltj but makes invalids of the vie4 c Svl time for weeks 4 V EDUCATIONAL MATTERS U V Tae income of Oxford university U t slightly under 70000 a year SJ it 4 Swedish school children under the guidance ot their teachers annually plant about 600000 trees r tt Prof Molis h of Prague says that photographBcaabe taken by the jlght t r emitted by raw potatoes and hard r eggs 5l t 1icDr William Royal Stokes andllr t John S Fulton of the Maryland Ji7 board of health lasIst that they have r discovered a curative serum for ty 7J ykold fever after a fouryears search i PraY Gulseppe Levi of Milan will JI MOB visIt Paris to demonstrate before th Academy of Medicine his new cure f Ifotub sls by means of iodine in 7 r5 JectloBS the composition ot which Is a 1 uecret He claims that 40 1050 Injee tit tVowii1 bring about a complete cure tJB he Last Comer IefrJ Jo Mptherrflr8t cousin dear consideraSi tionNo mummy he must be my last o youngestAllyj1 UnusuaL J f Why did she refuse him 1 Sfce thought the could do better S How strange Girls seldom think R t1tHtunUltt the ceremonyTowa lJ ic kf y Sp LulyJJ jfJt fi j + 1 l r Jf4iiljO ii1t W ffofIi J s SUMMARY OF THE- IMPORTANT NEWS Interesting Happenings That Oc curred During the Past Few Diys ACTION OF OOVERNMENTOFFICIAlS Exciting Events In the United States and Foreign Countries Condensed For the Busy Reader Crimes and Casualties The body of the ate Secretaiy Joan Hay rests In his family burying ground In a corner of Lakevlew cemetery Cleveland O The ceremonies which were simple were witnessed by the president andvice president of the United States the cabinet and many other distinguished personages The services throughout were admirably conducted In most excellent taste and from the arrival of President Rose velt in the morning until his depart ure In the afternoon brought the offi cial day to Its end not a single unto ward incident was In evidence Mrs Hay widow of the late secretary of state arrived at Newbury N H in her return from Cleveland She was accompanied by her son Clarence and proceeded at once to The Fels England paid to the memory of Sec retary Hay a tribute seldom accorded to a foreigner when solemn memorial services were held In St Pauls ca thedral London The Immense edifice was crowded M Muravieff will receive special In structions from the emperor and con suIt with the various ministers and will leave with his suite for Washington probably about July 20 Six ringleaders of the mutiny on the battleship Georgi Pobledonostsez have been ordered hanged without trial by the naval officials It Is even reported and largely credited that the men have been hanged already Gen Llnevitch in a telegram to the emperor dated July 5 and confirming the defeat of the Japanese at Sanvl atse when a Japanese battalion was annihilated says that after the capture of the position and the flight of the Japanese the latter were reinforced and resumed the fight but all their at tacks were repulsed The Russians captured a considerable quantity of supplies and held the position until or d red to retire The Japanese losses Gen Llnevitch says were enormous The steamer Minnesota dressed In flags In honor of the Japanese peace plenipotentiaries on board sailed for Seattle Marquis Ito Premier Katsu ra the other members of the cabinet Mr GrIscom the American minister and the staff of the legation accom panted Baron Komura and his party to the Minnesota A landing of Japanese troops on the Island of Sakhalin was officially reported and startled military circles In St Petersburg though It had been realized since the defeat of Adm Rojest vcnsky that the Japanese were able to take possession of the Island as soon as they thought IlL Bonds were furnished by three of Chicago packing companies and 13 of the Individual packers Indicted by tbo federal grand jury Militiamen policemen deputy sher ifs and other officers of the law are to be barred forever from membership in the Industrial Workers of the World the new organization The Japanese government has re vok d its contract with the American Tobacco Co Japan enters the field as an independent buyer The tobacco bought will be shipped and will be manufactured in Japan The merchants of Canton are prepar ing a petition to President Roosevelt representing the hardships of the Chi nese exclusion treaty Placards are posted throughout the city declaring a boycott of American goods The department of agriculture has prepared and is ready to begin 1200 suits against the railroads of this coun try to secure the Imposition of a penalty of 500 In each case for every vie lation of the socalled 28 hour law According to dispatches received from 150 of the principal cltlesof the United States SO people were killed and 1677 injured by explosions of firecrackers firearms gunpowder and toy pistols on the Fourth of July Secretary Atkinson chairman of the new territorial board of Immigration at Honolulu who has Just returned from Washington Is preparing plant for the encouragement of settlers to come there Atkinson wants a liberal land policy An Immense amount of damage was done In Baltimore city and county by rains culminating in a cloudburst in the vicinity bfTimonium about ten miles from Baltimore Fire In the lumber yard district of Boston did ab6ut 200000 damage to the yards aridwharftng property Henry J Handy colored murderer of his wife paid the penalty on the gallows at Salisbury Md Incorporation papers have been rec- eIVed by the organizers of the Illinois and Missouri Tunnel Co formed for the purpose of excavating a tunnel un der the Mississippi river between St Louts and East St Louis Ill for the handling of traqic Miss Maggie Thorln and Miss Elln Olsona natives pi Sweden who were guests of the wife of President Per rin of the Embreville Iron Co at Em brevllle Tenn were drowned In the river while bathing A round house In the South Nash rifle Tenn yards of the L N rail road was destroyed by fire Loss on the building Is estimated at 50000 while nine locomotives were damaged to the extent of 1000 each It Is reported at the New York navy yard that the conning tower as at present In use on United States warships will be discontinued or so modified as tocease to be the central control sta tion of the ships movements James S Alderdlce a lawyer con victed of forgery was sentenced to 18 years imprisonment in Sing Sing by Recorder Goff at New York An heroic bronze statue of William McKinley was unveiled In McKinley park Chicago in the presence of 15 000 people The principal address of the program was delivered by Judge PeterS Grosscup a lifelong friend of President McKinley At tittle Rock Ark a verdict of not guilty wasreturned by the Jury In the trial of Senator A W Covington on a charge of accepting a bribe of 6000 An heroic equestrian bronze statue of Gen Thomas Francis Meagner lead er of the Irish brigade In the civil war was unveiled in the capitol grounds at Helena Mont t rt i t1 tfa iI Or By an explosion in the Tidewater mine at Vivian 20 miles west of Blue field W Va nine miners all of whom were Italians were injured and two of them died later In the hospital while three more are In a precarious condi tion with slight chances of recovery Fred Ross of Denver who was knocked out by Jack Donnelly of St Louis in the 16th round of a prize fight Is dead His neck was disk cated and a blood clot gathered on the brain The population of Chicago Is 2272 760 according to the city directory for 1905 which has just been completed Health Commissioner Darlington re ported that 1091291 pounds of adulter ated food was detected and condemn ed by his Inspectors in New York city during the single week beginning June ISA tornado which struck Texas In the upper edge of Montague county com ing from the northeast and swinging far to the southeast caused the loss it Is believed of over 40 lives Injuring a large number of people and did un told damage to growing crops and cat tie President Roosevelt has offered the position of secrelary of state to Ellhu Root The offer was made while on their way back to the train after the funeral services over the body of Sec retary of State Hay Mr Root at first declined and asked that he be not pressed Elihu Root has accepted the portfolio of state Announcement of this fact was made at the executive offices He will take the oath In a couple of weeks but It will necessarily be some little time before he closes his business af fairs He will not go to Washington permanently until some time in Sep temberThe formal opening of the 22d inter national Christian Endeavor conven tion took place in Armory hall Balti more with about 8000 delegates pres entIn the presence of the highest digni taries of France the diplomatic repre sentatives of many foreign govern ments and civil and naval officials of the United States the body of Adm John Paul Jones was formally deliv ered to the United States government In Paris The ceremony was one com bining Impressive dignity with bill liant military and naval pomp Twenty slx persons are known to have been killed and 50 injured by the tornado which swept ove r a portion of Montague county In Northern Texas The property loss will probably total Hoch and Attorney General Coleman are preparing to bring crimi nal proceedings against State Treas urer Thomas iiKelly of Kansas un less he secures a new bond to repair the old one made invalid by the fail ure of C J Devlln A crowd of 30000 persons which turned out to welcome President Roosevelt made the closing day of the National Educational association con vention at Asbury Park N J the most impressive of all the great educational Holmes colored paid the death penalty for assaulting a white woman at New Iberia La Baron Rosen who will succeed Count Casslni as ambassador of Russia to the United States and who comes to this country In the dual role of dIplo- matic representative and one of the Russian plenipotentiaries to the peace conference reached Washington The Russian hospital ship Kostroma has arrived at Manila for the purpose of removing the wounded and sick among the Russian crews who took ret uge there after the battle of the Sea of Rldiger chief of the chancel lory of the war office has been ap pointed minister of war in succession to Lieut Gen Sakaroff who recently resigned Lieut Gen Palatzyn was appointed chief of the general staff Thirtyfour Indictments and a report criticising the recorders court of De troit for lax methods in the naturaliza tion of foreigners were presented to Judge Swan of the United States court by the federal grand jury at De trolt Adrian H LarkIn of New York has sued C F Leach collector of customs In the United States court In Cleveland to compel him to return certain of Mrs ChadwIcks jewels which Mr Larkin says were obtained from him has thrown down the gaunt let to Austria and Is desirous to follow Norways example and free her belf from the Austrian yoke The pres ent situation unless carefully handled will lead to an acute crisis and in volve all of Europe In turmoil A Toklo correspondent declares that Gen Llnevitch has sentenced several Russian officers to death for circulat ing seditious circulars TAlrs Nannie Brown an eighteen yearold colored domestic while search- Ing for a stray cow near Homestake a half mile east of Butte Mont stumbled into a gopher hole In which the gold fairly glittered The girl carried the sparkling rock home and assays In Butte by a number of reputable assayers show that the rock car ries over 1000 in gold to the ton The arbitrators to settle the dispute between the Illinois coal operators and miners over who shall pay the shot fircr came to an agreement The mI- ners shall reimburse the operators one half for the expenses Incurred In the shot firers employment- It Is not unlikely that the adminis tration of affairs connected with the construction of the Panama canal may be transferred from the war depar ment to the state department Eleven men were drowned at Little Falls Dam W19 Their boat capsized and they were thrown into the wild rapids in the Chippewa river The Queen City tannery Titusville Pa the largest sole leather manufac tory in the world was sold by Lucius Beebe Sons of Boston to the Unit ed States Leather Co for about 1 threeyearold colt Song and Wine was sold by M L Hayman to agents of the Japanese government whose agent Is here buying thorough bred horses to be used in Japan for breeding purposes Harry Walker 18 and Alex Worrell 12 wee drowned in the Youghlogheny river near McKeesport Pa The boys had gone to the river for a swim Jlmmle McCormIck signed a con tract to meet Gus Ruhlln before the Coma Athletic club San Francisco on August 11 the winner to take 75 percent of the purse Rubllns manager acceptedThe of the currency has appointed National Bank Examiner J MacShort receiver of the First Nation al bank of Toluca Ill Charles Fleming Embree 30 a nov chat and short story writer died at Santa Ana Cal Mr Embree lived for merly In Princeton Ind but for three years past had made his home at San ta Ana F J v A Business failures In the Unlte States for the week ending July 6 wert far below the normal for this time 01 the year being only 127 against 186 last week 172 In the same week of 1904 and 154 In 1903 As ho was being taken to the police station In New York on a charge of as sault Emlle Gerdron 42 was shot and killed by Bertha Claicat a young worn an with whom he is said to have been living for six years Ten persons were prostrated and rendered unconscious by a stroke of lightning In Prospect Park Brooklyn The tennis lawn was crowded with players when a sudden thunder storm drove all to shelter- If the family of Secretary John Hay will consent Cleveland aOmirers of the dead statesman may start a fund for a memorial to him or may even contribute the entire necessary amoun themselvesThe in the case of Mrs Estelle Smith of Manchester Va charged with beating to death her fiveyearold son Ralph returned a verdict of volun tary manslaughter and fixed the penal ty at five years In the penitentiary Leverett L Hull a young and weal thy clubman popular In North Side society circles fell dead in his apart ments In the exclusive Union Club Chicago A bottlof corrosive subli mate was found beside him His phy sician says It was a case of apoplexy or heart disease Mr Adee second assistant secre tary of state who has just returned to the United States from France In which country he made a tour on his bicycle assumed the duties of acting secretary of state The president has designated Lieut Gen Chaffee to act as secretary of war In case Assistant Secretary Oliver should be absent from the city and Maj Gen Bates assistant chief of staff to act In the event of the ab sence of both Secretary Oliver anti General Chaffee The arrangement will continue until the return of Secretary TaftVictor H Olmstead has been ap pointed associate statistician of the department of agriculture to succeed Edwin S Holmes who was ordered removed by Secretary Wilson Two men have been added to the force from the office of the New York Superintendent of Insurance which Is Investigating the Mutual Life Insur ance Co so that there are five men representing Mr HendrIcks in going over the accounts of that company Hezekiah Hall aged 56 years want ed in Lee county Va on a charge of murdering John Grubb was arrested at Chehalls JVash Hall admits that he killed Grubb but says he did it in selfdefense He stated to Sheriff Ur quhart that he had killed eight men In a fight between revenue officers and illicit distillers in Buchanan coun ty Va three of the moonshiners were killed and three wounded Walter Klttredge poet and author of Tenting on the Old Camp Grounds died at his home at Reeds Fery near Manchester N H of old age Two brothers Lee and Frank Wend both adults were drowned In the mouth of the harbor at Kenosha Wis Fire destroyed the building of the Gulf Compress Co Meridian Miss Over 14000 bales of cotton was In storage and about 5000 bales were damaged or destroyed The loss is about 1175000 partially Insured Orville Glassford 21 and his broth er Leed 16 were drowned in the Belle river near Memphis Mich while in swimmingAt eld Nev two blocks of the business and residence sections have been totally destroyed by fire entail ing a loss of 200000 Another conference of attorneys was held to discuss the situation arising from the loss of the state funds In the defunct First National bank at Topeka Kan It is announced that Gov Hocb will demand the resignation of State KellyNIne Injured one ol them fatally at Detroit when a Trum bull avenue car crashed Into a wagon load of people returning from a drive about Belle Isle Park As a result of the Investigation by secret service agents Into the charges made by Richard Cheatham secretary of the Cotton Planters association that Information had been pftven cot ton brokers in New York by some per son or persons In the bureau of statistics of the department of agricul ture Secretary Wilson dismissed from the service Assistant Statistician E S Holmes In a battle between cowboys of a wild west show and excursionists near Burnsville W Va two of the former were killed and some of the latter W Stone 88 a wealthy real estate dealer was found dead in the library of his residence in Chicago with a bullet wound through hIs temple selfinflicted William Orr Is dead at Toronto He was one of the men who cut the steam er Caroline Trom her moorings and sent her over Niagara Falls during the rebellion of 18378 The Caroline was the supply ship of the Canadian rebel troopsHampton Oakee white and James Pannell a negro ferrymen at Towlers Ferry on Staimton river were drown ed while rowing a party across the river at Danville Va There is high military authority for stating that Sweden is taking precautionary measures on the frontier to offset the reported threatening attitude- of NorwayJohn colored was hanged in Baltimore for the murder of his sweet heart Luella McCoy Will Manning white was hanged at Greenville Tex for poisoning his wife December 31 1904 Wm A Wheelock president of the council of New York university from which institution he was graduated 62 years ago died at his summer home at East Hampton L I Five men were killed and one injur ed in an explosion of dynamite In the mlno of the Taylor Coal and Coke Co near Unlbntown Pa The victims of the accident are all foreigners The Mexican governments banks ana private Individuals there are generously subscribing to the relief fund for the Guanjuato flood sufferers The government is giving liberally and Vera Cruz has sent 10000 By the premature explosion of a shell In the open breech of a fiveInch gun while a Fourth of July salute was be- Ing fired on Governors Island Private Cornelius Harrington of Company H Eighth Infantry was so badly injured that he may not recover T P Shonts of Chicago president of the Panama canal commission has been arrested at Stamford Ct for vIo- lation of the automobile speed law Maxim Gorky the novelist who Is living at Kokola a small Village on the coast of Finland has refused a flattering offer to go on a lecture tour In the United States 7 S LTTTJTHE A Decision Taking It From the State To a Federal Court Maysvllle Ky July SJudge Coch ran of the United States district court has taken jurisdiction In the Caleb Powers case This means that the fa moos case will be tried In the federal courtFrankfort Ky July SThere wlli bo conflict of authority between the federal and state courts In the case of Caleb Powers for the Goebel murder Circuit Judge Stout will call the case for trial In the circuit court at George town Monday for the fourth trial not withstanding the decision of Judge Cochran of the federal court Juge Stout Is at Versailles holding court but It can be reliably stated that he will call the case anti expects the pris oner to be present Ioulsvllle Ky July 8Gov Beck ham when asked for an expression as to Judge Cochrans decision replied I have not read the decision fully and am not prepared to say anything At any event it Is a question of jurisdic tion between the state and federal courts which will be decided by the supreme court of the United States Georgetown Ky July 8Caleb Powers In Jail here when informed of Judge Cochrans decision appeared se rene and jubilant A HORSES NEIGH Caused a Little Child To Drop Dead From Fright Ellzabethtown Ky July 7Virgil Carrott aged three years was fright ened to death while playing in front f his parents home near this city A passing horse gave a shrill neigh a few feet from the child and the latter was seen to fall When picked up the little thing was found to have expired almost Instantly The strange manner of the childs death has produced a decided sensation here IN POTTERS FIELD A Gravedlcser Forgot To Bury the Corpse of a Negro Lexington Ky July GThe sight of a corpse exposed to the air for three days has caused the citizens residing in the vicinity of the potters field here to register a complaint The body of a negro Robert Charles who died of tuberculosis lay in the old cabin In the potters field It seems that the keeper George Huston had forgotten to bury the body Two Slayers Sent Up Manchester Ky July GJudge Sam C Hardin has just closed his term of court here Richard McKinney was sent to the penitentiary for five years for killing Wm Griffith Pleas Fisher was sent up for 16 years for killing his brother Alexander Fisher five years ago Stolen Goods Recovered lit Sterling Ky July 7 Thieves stole a bag containing diamond rings studs and other jewelry belonging to Mrs Nannle J McCorm from a dress er In her room Becoming frightened from fear of being caught or accident ally they dropped the bag in their flight A Rich OH Strike Barbourville Ky July 8An 800 barrel oil well was drilled In In Wayne county and Is creating great excitement In the lower Kentucky oil fields being probably the best strike of high grade oil ever made in this state The flow was controlled with the greatest difficulty Hotel Destroyed Dawson Ky July 6The New Southren hotel was burned to the ground It is supposed the fire originated from rats having carried match es into the garret as the fire originaL ed there The loss is about 3000 ana the Insurance 1800 Tobacco Warehouse Destroyed ilt Olivet Ky July SThe large tobacco warehouse belonging to Willis Wiggin of near Sardls was burned being set on fire by sparks from a passing traction engine About 15000 pounds of tobacco and many farming implements were consumed Ended His Life Covington Ky July 7lIenry Tap horn 68 a roiling mill employe who had been told thathe was liable to die of heart trouble at any moment ended worry over his ill health by hanging himself to a little tree In the rear of his house on Edward street Detained a Child Henderson Ky July 6Warrants were sworn out for the arrest of Har ry Burns Fred Johnson and Murray Jones charged with unlawfully detain ing Eunice Farmer aged 14 at Heb bardsville this county Walked 40 Miles To Wed Mayking Ky July 8John Henry Kiel 17 and Louise Cisco 16 school mates of Dickinson county walked 40 miles over rough mountain roads to be married at Whltesburg After the cer emony they returned on foot to their homes Horses Kick Was Fatal Auburn Ky July8J B Kline a well to do farmer of near Auburn was killed in his barn lot by being kicked in the abdomen by a horse He lived but a few minutes after the accident A widow and one child survive him Commutation of Sentence Asked HopklnsvlIIe Ky July 7A peti tion requesting Gov Beckham to commute George Hollands sentence of death to life Imprisonment was sent to Frankfort It was signed by nearly all of the court officials and a number of citizens Killed His BrothetlnLaw Lancaster Ky July 6Shelton Rothwell shot his brotherinlaw Jim Baughman on Richmond street here Baughman died a few hours later Rothwell surrendered and was locked up The Shareholders Sued Franklin Ky July 6John J Mil liken assignee J A McGoodwin Bank- Ing Co has filed suits against shareholders to recoVer 20000 which he alleges in the petition was dividends paid out of money which belonged to depositors An Explosion Kills Two Barbourville Ky July 6The boil er In the sawmill of Henley Fugate located on Big Branch exploded with terrible results It became dry and then was run full of cold water Two men working at the mill were killed j L f I It May Cause Trouble In the Division of the Lyons kstatej Lexington Ky July 6Tfile disposition of the estate of the latyt Lyons valued at nearly a q ThomasI a million dollars rests on tjia of Mrs Philip Baker of Poc to prove her Identity and If sle Is able to establish the claim that she Is a niece of the dead man she twill come In for her mothers Interest Whether the division of the estate wllltelluit In a legal fight Is not known but art any rate Mrs Baker says she has sicintevidence to convince every onethat she Is entitled to a third of the vast estate and does not anticipate any trouble in getting her share On her former trip to this city she was gtven several thousand dollars as thei first distribution MURDER MATLEY HANGED He Made a Futile Effort to Take His Own Life Owensboro Ky July 8Aftqr a fu tile attempt at suicide Robert Mathley was hanged at sunrise In the Jail yard for the murder of Emma WatWIns and James Gregson The crime wjas com mitted June 26 1904 Jealously was the cause Mathley on the scaffold declared that a woman swore his life away During the night MatWey tore the veins In his arm and nearly bled to death before his attempt to commit suicide was discovered He was 40 years of age and a contractor NEGRO LYNCHED He Was Being Taken From Taylors vllle To Shelbyville Shelbyvllle Ky July 8Lon Beard a negro who had been arrested on the charge of assaulting Mrs Chester Crawford of Normandy was lynched at that place He was being taken from Taylorsvllle to Shelbyville for safekeeping but when the train arriv ed at Normandy a mob of about 25 men entered the day coach and riddled Beard with bullets as he sat in his seat Manager Dexter Released Louisville Ky July 6Chas Dex ter manager and player of the Louisville baseball club was given his un conditional release shortly after the finish of the second game Wednesday Dexter has been in bad health for several weeks Shot While Resisting Arrest Russellville Ky July 7Frank Young was shot In the leg by Policeman Taylor Walker while resisting ar rest It Is claimed by the officer that Young was drinking and that he as saulted a white lad cutting an ugly gash in his cheek Killed His BrotherlnLaw Lancaster Ky July 7 James Baughman a colored farmer of Point Leavell this county was shot here by Shelby Rothwell a brother of Baugh mans wife Baughman was drinking and struck his wife severely when Rothwell fired Insurance Rates Frankfort Ky July 7Gov Beck ham has received many reports from over Kentucky that fire Insurance com panics are discriminating against the- popleof this state and charging them excessively high rates on their policies as compared with the charges made In other states Killed in An Explosion Mt Sterling Ky July 7rIn Madison county the boiler of the Richmond pop factory blew up Frank Dudley who was standing by was instantly killed his body being horribly man gled Emil Lorisch owner narrowly escaped serious injury Shoots An Intruder Glasgow Kyt July 6Vlrgll Mead ows was shot with a doublebarreled shotgun by Jim Hulsey at the latters home near here Meadows was or dered away from Hulseys house and refused to go whereupon the shooting occurred General Store Burned MIddleburg Ky July 6The gen eral merchandise store of Allen Wil kinson near White Oak on Casey creek this county was struck by light ning and the building and entire stock of merchandise were consumed The loss is about 2500 with no Insur ance Warehouse Destroyed By Fire Frankfort Ky July 6Fire destroy ed the large broomstraw warehouse owned by the MasonFoard Co The building was located behind the lum ber yards of the chair company adja cent and east of the Kentucky penitentiary entailing a loss of 4000 or 5000 Bank Tax Suits Dismissed Harrodsburg Ky July SThe two suits filed here by Revenue Agent Har rison against the Mercer National and First National banks for five years back taxes on 200000 were dismissed by Mr Harrison who wrs here to make an investigation Thomas H Gaines Dead Bawling Green Ky July 8Thom- as H GaInes died at his home near Rich Pond as the result of a stroke of paralysis received three weeks ago He was 85 years of age He leaves two children Former Harrodsburg Man Dead Harrodsburg Ky July 8A telegram was received here announcing the death at Joplin Mo of Dwight Vanarsdall a former resident of Har rodsburg who had been in business at Joplin for several years The cause of his death was rheumatism Drowned In a Spring Olive Hill Ky July SThe body of Samuel Fanning a prosperous farmer of Johnson county was found near his home with the head sunken In a spring It is suspected that he committed sui chic Negroes Form a Combine Lexington Ky July 7Negroes art reported to have entered a combine here and agreed not to work in the harvest fields for f150 a day the price offered by the farmers Wheat Is go ing to rust for lack of labor to harvest it Aged Woman Drops Dead Nicholasville Ky July 7MrsMar- y Hughes 77 dropped dead Four children survive her S K Hughes the wellknown turfman Mrs Julia Niche las Paris J D Hughes and Mrs Sam Smith i Two Great Qualities it possible asked the passenger OB atthedrink this water thebroadglass of that water let it settle pour off bestdrinkingHut the sediment at the bottom You dont need to throw that away either Uy George sir it makes the best sawlCbicagorrihune His Objection Ie Style What is it you dont like about Miss GoMdust YTimlllArriving at a Verdict alInthigrowing belief that for such Kidney Dig IJackthereDodds Kidney Pills This belief grows IlJayjsonherself as follows fortMrtyBnyJJledicine onlysaysince I took Dodds Kidney Pills onlytookwonderfurif fastIney Pills are the one sure cure for Rheu matism The men who get the most out of life are those who put the most into itTbeCommoner The White River DivisIon St Louis July srlic White River di vision of the Iron Mountain Route be Moisport of representatives of the general pas senger department who recently made a complete over the line indicates that through trains will be running inside of- sixty AVhilo several thousand tourists have al ready made the trip from each In lof the duringtheties from Carthage who desired to make the fiveday float from Galena to Branson returning on train in 50 minutes for the complete daylight run over the new line said Mr 11 C Townsend general passen ger agent there will be a tounst travel unprecedented over any line in this part isbecomingbetweenGalenacapacityThe new line are naturally the ones to attract the most general attention but the agricultural and mineral possibilities of this new region are enincfringlast promises the highest degree of speed andsafety S byitst TORTURINGDISFIGURING Humors Eczemas Itchlngs Inflam mations Burnings Scalings and Chafings Cured by Cuticura ofthemu as in psoriasii the loss of hair sad scalledheadthe infantsas in milk crust tetter and salt rheum all demand a remedy of almost superhu withthemalldoubtworld Every time conceit is puncturedchax acter is strengthened General Weakness Nervous Prostration Easily Tired Pains Aches etc Or signs of some deepseated trouble and ought to be corrected at once PushecksKuro is the best Tonic Blood and Nerve medicine in the world also Cures Indigestion Misuse and Heart and Kidney Troubles Dr Pusheck Chicago All men have wishbones but only a few havebackbonesChicago Daily News Ladles Can Wear Shoes One size smaller after using Allens Foot Ease A certain cure for swollen sweating hot achinc feet At all Druggists 25c Ac ceti no substitute rrial package FREE Aadrcss A S Olmated Le Roy N Y It a man is a coward he always claims to be conservative Chicago Sun Do not believe Pisos Cure for Consumption has an equal for coughs and eoidsJ- F foyer Trinity Springs md Feb 151900 Its the economical man who never wastes any wordsN Y Times r s 3 Four Facts For Sick Women To Considez 7 Lydia E Phil lams Vegetable Compound Has an Unequalled Kecotd of Cures Mrs Vinkhams Advice Js Confiden tial Free and ahtay Helpful FIIWT That almost every operation i n our hospitals performed upon women becomes necessary through of such symptoms as lackache irregular and painful menstruation leucorrhcea displacements of the uterus pain in the side sensation in the atom nch bearingdown pains nervousness dizziness and sleeplessness SECOND The medicine that holdsSthe record for the largest number ol absolute cures of female ills is Lydia K 1iukliama Vegetable Compound It regulates strengthens and cures diseases of the female organism aa nothing else can For thirty years it has been helping women to be ntrongycurinjj backache nervousness kidney troubles all uter ine awl ovarian inflammation weak ness and displacements regulating menstruation perfectly and overcom lag its pains Jt has also proved Itself invaluable in preparing for childbirth and the change of life THIRD Tho great volume of unso licited and grateful testimonials on file at the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn Mass many of which are from time to time published by permission give ab solute evidence of the value of Lydia E Pinkham3 Vegetable Compound and Mrs Pinkhams advice FOURTH Every ailing woman in the riit United States is asked to accept the 4following invitation It is free will bring you health and may save your Ii Mrs Pinkhams Standing Invitation t toWomen Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to promptly communicate with Mrs Pink ham at Lynn Mass All letters are e received opened read and answered by women only Fromsymptoms given your trouble may be located and the quickest and surest way of recovery advised Out of the vast volume of ex in treating female lBs Mrs Pinkham probably has the very knowl edge that will help your case Surely any woman rich or poor isvery if she does not take advantage ol this generous offer of assistance C SICK HEADACHE ARTEfSITTLE 1VER PILLS Positively cured try 1these Little Tills They also relltro Die ersai Djspepsla In digestion nflilToo Hearty I Eating Apertectrem edyfcr Dizziness Kanses Droirstoess Dad Taste In the Mouth Coated Tongue Pain In toe Elder TORPID LIVER Th regulate ue Bowels Purely Vegetable SUALLPILL SMALLDOSE SHALLFMGL if cARTERS Genuine Must Bear 4 FacSimilo Signature REFUSE SUITITUTETF FOR WOMEN ItSeIrCeuial stops dMcbaiccs heoli laflaGjnitioa ant local soreness cures lencorthoe jud saul catarrh Faxtine Is la powder form to be diswhrtd lepers water and b far more cleansing prmicidal andccoaomtthanIainldandaeptc3torau TOILET AND WOMENS SPECIAL USES 4 For tale at druggists cents a beat t Trial Box and Book 61 Instruction Free THE PAxToN COMPANY laureN MAM PM I NT43pagebookrnzs KITZUKRALU CtX flx K Washington IC i Best CcragU Srnp Tastes Good lies 4time Sold by drn U IIIn i 4 AN KB b4 2082 I Say Plainly to Your Grocer t That you want LION COFFEE always and he being a square man will not try to sell you any thing else You may not care for our opinion but What Atari the Unite JripKit ef MfflitH of housekeepers who nave used LION COFFEE for over a quarter of a century Is there any strongerproof of merit than the CeRfi4eicee1tePepIe and ever Increasing pepalaxlty J LION COFFEE is carefally se lected at the plantation skipped direct to our various factories vbcrc It Is skillfully roasted and carefully packed lasealed pack ages Bnltke loose coffee which Is exposed to germs dust la sects etc UONCOFFEEreaches you as pure and clean as whea It left the factory Sold only IB 1 IB packages Lionhead on everypackage Save these Lionheads for valuable premiums SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE WOOLSON SPICE CO Toledo Ohio Lewis and Clark Hf Exposition 56 Chicagt U Prtlauid and return every day this summer The first great exposition of the resources and the prod ucts of the Great Northwest will be held at Portland Oregon this summer Portland is best reached via the Chicago Milwaukee t St Paul 1 Railway Minneapolisthethe route of The Overland Limited or via Omaha and Denver past the wonderful panorama of Rbckjr Mountain 3scenery Another good routeis via Kansas City and theSSouthwes Limited It isa goodrtime now to plan your tripa b t F A MILLER x L General Passenger Agent Chicago V SC b r i e jI Ic i t n r t 1Wro v Z 4f OW1NGSV1LLE OUTLOOK V3 VOUTJjOOK PUBLISHINGCO 4 OWDfGSVlLLE KY SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Address all communications tn Till OCTLPOK FimMstuNaCot rto OwingsvilleKSubscribers desiring a clmnge of adrirrf Bjshould ulRYII give previous writingCorrellpondcnts t- a n out of pta tionerv eliould mention net on n separate elip of paper Ni commission is allowed to OilY futII i for one dollar SIX months for sixty 1 y Cenin three months fur thirtylive J1 cents t fT1ILJI1SDAYJITIJY 131005 Li t ANNOUNCEMENT I 1 FOR REPRESENTATIVE arc authorized to announce K Day of Morebcad a can 1ChllsfOr reelection us Keprcsenta from Until and Rowan cOlin 4 subject to tho action of the partypet We ArO authorized to announce Wallet Sharp of Sharpshurg us n Ii candidate fur Representative from Hath and Rowan counties subject 4 to the fiction of thu Democratic party rfr THE throne of Norway still goes begging They may have to come J to this country for a king t ELI nil ROOT ru enters Presiiinnt l rr Rooneveliti Cabinet to succccdJnhn Secretary of State The knowing ones think w is the man 4mustcapable for the position THE Supremo Court uf the State 4iofKansas deciiles tlint the appro prlation of 410000 to buildII a 4 State oil refinery to compete with P the Standard Oil Co Uiincontititu The Standard has WOo rfJOpoly of the laughing also l UNCLE SAM spent 24000000 t 1c more than his income during the fiscal year just closed The pros pect is that he will spend 40000 i 000 more during the ensuing year t All sorts of icii mes are proposed I Yfot milking botu ends meet except I r reducing the protective tarllTafld 14 cutting down oxpenseai4 f Tnc wore Miss Ida Tarbell and Thomab Lawsuit publish of facts or Mlleped facts concerning John i lP n Rockefeller the more said oil L Smngnato gives nway philantbroph ically Ten million to the cause of c general higher education one iiit andAa potatoes tuber of i wbich contained fivedollar gold piece to his pastor Rev Jhatks rem their latent tfpindding The objections to taint ujooey are not powerful enough tn ntiB tiny declination of Rocke i fel1etgiftiht TOE State legislature ated 15000 in aidIIr approrate I Fair to be held at Lexington Sept 18tIl28 The citizens of Lexmg H ton battlsubscribed a guarantee fund of 12000 Lexington ia k heading its energies to surpass b a 1w Louisville and Onrensboro wb zt Ibe two preceding State Fairs were bn all departments of this t f J f jfcarVFair It may be a first rate thing for promoting the live stock interests otlo State but it is yqUltlubahle that it ought to have a State appropriation i 1f i EDWIN k HOLMES associate sta blleticsn of the US Department of Agriculture was dismissed from 1i is position Secretary WiUon r irinformation lif LiL Van Ripor acetlissHance ofr the Government crop report information HB to the cotton I unti Inli WHY r gett 1rS hnrJer nil the time It is o pity hat through come delect of the i1 la rHrtlnies l cannot be criminally s prosecuted 4 c JUDGE COCQKAK of the Unite c- b 11818vllletJsipa granting Caleb lowersftI i tronsferrence ot hit caso to the U jI i Court on the ground that he was q q Rented tho equal protection of the urtSJudge Cochnn further held that the decision of the State Courts agaiDSt the valiility of Guy ThY 4I lnre ot Powers ia not sum V1Irt 4clentgruund forthe transference hisiikcUioB says the question cun he settled promptly Nod for all time ibtpartSof gte to Supreme Court fur 74 c MttasclasuB commending the res loration of Powers to the custody f theStatP Aws LPONDNCIy1I JSThteIf t Slate Valley- yettiold1 are of Jact JRice for fl50 cash vTrii fhrigq Stanford III preach Sunday t Dej B dder and family visited ea 4 wireton1ricklyAb Atm 3vnday BobeShciz wile anrt little fTI o learJ1etiMM3 fjijiiijy Saturday 1 8i I r2 ift i 45S 4 t t e JC P9fr i p t J once still having some niqe showers Robert Jimes MiseAlnia and Annie Toy and Lucy Ulery visited CllrrlllgtohSHock time Bald M tsCrsWhcntthreshinij is nil the go with farmers hereizigBrother Snupp filled his appoint tuent here Sunday rnpidlimllrtling untMrsson were guests of L G Gullcy nnd mily andothes friends home this ek Grange City fho picnic wan well attended as usual Several from lucre nt tended the burial of John Clark ut HilUboro r ldusvSJos Myers und wife visited New ton Johnson wnd wife Friday of last week Bud Colliver am1ylfo vfsitec utlopInrThnro will be vicrnightJuly 15 Everybody invite to attend doughterMilRgu cats of Mrs Wm Coiliver and ntiondod the picnic Mrs Rurncs wns aerompunicd homo by her nieco Miss Fnnnio Colliver who llllpcndII ew weeks visiting friends and relatives ut Salt Lick and Knob Lick Odossa A number of farmers have con siderable plowing to do yet to give their corn crop justice IIJdhllespring and 13 of them ore steer calves If uhy firm cnn beat this lot it be known W B Gudgell and John Stone delivered their crop of tobacco tofu Hisle at 80 last week Gudgell 1700 lbs G Stone 4ti20 lbs J W Snedegnr Jelivered his crop of 3300 Ibs of tobacco to same party and plaice nt 8to The corn crop looks promising belttIThoIthndami short in qualitythMrs Martha JoneBofOwingsvilIo returned home Monday after a dllughterMrsshe luui taken a two weeks visit I remprovedCome again and stay longer is tho wish of her many friends here 7 OlympIavI Born July 8 to Charley Fowler and wile u sooIvltliteLhillJoe Purvis and wife of Salt Lick were guests of Mrs W B S worts Sunday Mrs Amanda Swarts visited her sisters at Salt Lick Monday anti Tuesday 1Jeff Jackson returned last weeh after a severalmonths stay in Tennessee Rev JE E Dawson of Morehend preached fur us from Friday until Sunday night school begins hero Monday Miss Elfle Swarts is our teacher W e wish her much success Brother Durham of Salt Lick n layightnight Mrs Rouben HuntorofCovlng ton returned Siturday nftvr pRobertCharley Wood wife arid dun gb ICF Margaret of Sliarpsburg were guests of Mr and Mrs IL CCosti gan Sunday and Monday II Ollis Clark and wife of Ashland were called Saturday to the bides of Mr Clarks mother who is daughterLicking Union aMonThere is atido in the river and rafts are running Miss Blflo Kring began her school at Riverside July 3 Born to Wesley Armstrong nnd wlfa 7lb girl last Saturday M P Williams Billie and Bettie Cogswell W A and Joe Jones wcr at Salt Lick Monday HuntingtOilter a place to move to and get aejob of work Lonzo Wooloy and Miss Florence Allreyv daughter of Frank Alfrey AndyStampere Bertha and Btesie Johnson Pru We and Nellie Annitrong Cletus and Valentine McKinney Alfred Crosthwaite Bert Johnson und wife spent the Fourth in Owlnjjs ville Bro H J Ramsey held the third quarterly meeting foi Bro Howes last Saturday and Sunday Satur day at Yale and at the MECImrch Sunday night On account of so much rain the farmer aro not dune their crc nsc There is more weedy corn in Ititsection than I over saw at this time of year Some corn is drown ed out and some tired up Corn on rolling ground looks wellj IoJ GJi fI i 9 J 0 1 1j r v Upper Prickly Ash R L Stone and wife ypcnt Sun day with K S Hamilton and wife on Roes Run it iley Chandler and family spent Sunday with Oscar Chandler and wife on Bald EagleIsJl L Stone sold a azure and mule gitiunts relaavilleantI family one night lust week C ilto daytutd relatives here Saturday night l Sunday C S Rulliir wife nnd daughter Elizabeth of Suit LickvisitcdDan lei Harper nnd family Saturday night und Sunday Mrs Frances Hamilton went lust week to spend a few days on Rocs Run with her son E S Ham ilton who was very sick Mllry1ouguests of Aluinnxa Stone and wife Sunday and Sunday night Upper White Oak Mrs Addic Steele of Salt Well is visit ing relatives here Several from here attended ser es at Wyoming Sunday night W W Rogers sold a buggy horse to CloD Vunlandnghnm for 100 Mrs Belle McVey visited her sister Mrs Aaron Uny so this week OllingsInolda Le CisterMiss Lucy Horseman Sunday Lou Attn Anderson of Fnirview visited Etna Henderson Saturday night and attended tho icocreaOsupper Thu at this is laprogressingis cordially invited to come We lire always glad to see you so come with tho assurance that you will be gladly received Tho icecream supper given here r the benefit oi tho church passed tiff n thlargeall were well behaved We wish to thank all present fur their kindness and nice behavior for we were well pleased to hoc so many comoand shICrCand we hope they felt amply repaid for their coming We fed e gentlemen cxmn with well sued thockete supper were 2795 Wo again thnnk the crowd for their kind n essISalt Lick v Mr Lutes of Clay City has moved his family herefC V Clayton and family visit ed in Mt Sterling Saturday Miss Mamie Sheehan of Owinh jis tho guest of Mrs George Iviutz and little i Bernard are visiting relatives C atcttsburgoTJlr anil Mrs Jag Turley anil Mrs Pi rsij Jackson wore in Owingp ville Monday p JnnositionKring millinery store Mrs Bettie Williams of Rey noldsvillo who is a candidate School Commissioner in this coi yhaet been the guest of 11 rSIW R Stepbeno hero erylowRay little sun of French Me Carty hits lever The condition of Allie Mann is rowIng worse and his death is ourlyexpected Several bad cases at the Hospital iLast week Press Jackson U S Marshal arrested Dave Lewis notorious moonshiner on the truin at Olympia when Lewis zuect Ill anled by a woman had boarded he train for Texas lLowls hue made his escape from the oflJci several times and wizen curested was heavily armed Ho has a wif und children in Morgan county 11 1 BethelI y Whentthreshlnghasbegunield The Rain lies practically ruined the lover hay here Several attended County Court t Carlisle Monday from this place Miss McCray of Moorcfield is visiting tho Misses Butts this week R T Kirkland was here this week in the interest of tho Deposit Bank of Mooreflcld Miss Sallie Stonohas returned to Lexington to take a position with Honaker the Florist Miss Mary Thomas Bolts is visit hug rolatives and friends in Hour bon county this week Ohio Arrasmith has gone to Chi s p0itlonHard thunder and windstorm with hail fell hero Saturday but no damage was dens wife of Dave Flora elrlltloraof consumption Her unexpected since she hud been in bad health a long while Her remains wero buried Sharpsburg hiBduughterMrs thf 30th of June 1905 William Tilford Burns aged 89 Uncle Tilford was the youngest of 13 children and the last to pass over he Silent Reiver He was burled at Crown Hill Cemetery Sharps burg ll The News i Per Year I I t Crooks R Vriuiuduipzioiipriee last week J rela bridtiveSMiss Nora Gilbert of Midland visiting relatives hero Harry Fitch antiwife of Vir hi are visiting relatives hero S II Johnson and wife boxtivesMiss Cnrric Nixon began teach ing the puhlio school here last Mon R E Wood of Virginia is visit- Ing his parents J O Wood and wife Clyde Pergram and wife of Salt Lick visited relatives here Sntur day and Sunday QMrsdaughter of near Olympia arc vis I ting Mrs Alfred SurrellyoMrs Cole Jackson of Olympia visited her hutighter Mrs Joo Wil HautH hero lest Wednesday Omar Wilson bought 13 hogs of Jolrti Tincher Inst wnek aternge 178 lbs i t 470 PIt hundred John Foruiun of was weborelogs on the car for S V Johnson loEIdc1an nighdMra JD S Nixon was at Midland daughterMsick Mr RLbof Winchcsterfhipped a carload of hogs bnda carload of cattle from hero Thursday to ncinnati Knob Lick Still it rains faSeveraluvwitigsiileSome sheep men drove oil a One MlmbFarmers are having u hard time to save their grain and clover Owing to short orders the mines are not doing a big business of lute There was meeting at Polkevillu froUlIis Tho promise for tin apple crop is not liiiltcring as the apples are ful IIling oir badly The grape und plum crop will be ort oYin to so rottli 30 ulomaMisscame up Sunday evening to tench e school ut this place Allron Rorl ers has in hula posses siou nn old time tin lantern that was used around the old Slate Fur nace over one hundred years ago Win ChristiAn is the owner of greDtgruoclfllther KernuekrIt disa history It figured in thu killin apturedtriers Tho gun was made by mUll by the name of Harncn still hasa flintlock though not the original one From the beet infor mation the ngu of the gun is con eiderably over one hundred years Hitlsboro Rttendedr1go 8 duy Frank Clark who had been nt the bedside of his father for Never rnweeksI day Mrs Dr Bainc of Ofangoburg i arrived here Friday morning to visit liar mother Mrs Quo Gardiner Frank Haney came donn from hlIreturnte Milton Denton son of WWDon ton died Tuesday morning islphoid fever ut the ofP18 brother Edgar Donton He was dinged 35 years He was big lily steemedand respected by all Interment in our cemetery Wedstee day Ho leaves a father nnd brothers to mourn their loss They have our sympathy in their aft Ito tionSJohn Clark Sr an old and re spcctcd citizen died ut his home homo here Wednesday night ot 10 oclock of old age and general de bility Mr Clark was 82 years old and was a man highly eBttcmed by- a large circle of friends and rela lives of both Bath rind Fleming counties His wife preceded him to the grave sonic eight years He lovingfathorandleaves seven childrenthree girls and four boysto mourn their loss nnd to thom we extend our sincere sympathy Funeral services were conducted b BroJ R Jones at the ChrilltlaDChurehof which he had long boena faithful and consistent member Friday morningat ten oclock and interment in our cemetery West End Colby Patton and wife of Meni ndMrLittle Jennie Clayton has re turned from a viiit to Mrs Lou RaGlandat Farrntrs J It Moseley a lumber man of Helena Ark is stopping with Wm Clayton this iieektMrs Kate B Nickcll is visiting her sons William Pat and Alex Old Whetstone Piersall E Stone will go to Pilot Clark county next week Vkj ply his old trfldefoxhunt and play blacksmith J t I 1 ttioalnrrled lust u nUtty titour gjit ulld Miss Emma Robertson Mr W tight is u sun of Lewis Wrightof Menifee county The e Ian daughter of James Rib Springslheycouple Many tlmnkafor u now pair of shone sent to UP by All Warner of nlRllyboxedMr Warner has 19 inches of his leg turned up constituting nfilllt and has to have his shoes made to order so those were presented to him not having a human foot he presents them to me Now I will say to this neighbor giveitemsof your ninny friends scattered ov countryIiinry State in the Union Some of u say you are going to publish tho ivh ycturi1iens the cave Slopstone Leslie Pnyne bought a 3ycar old horse of R W Carter for 125 last ek Miss Millie Carmichael is visit fuwilyatOwingsvillc John Mann of Flat Creek was visiting W J Lawson and family over Sunday Uichurtl4IClntJoyof Ewington took dinner Sunday with his uncle C B Reid and wife Reports have it that we are soon upperStcpstonoG James and Jack Eldridge who ure working at Ford visited their ttier Wm Eldndge and family er Sunday I S Watts who had been home the sick list for two weeks reo turned to his work at Olive 11111 Monday morning Mrs Francis Thompson and nie ceo Misses Verna and Elizabeth Thompson of Mt Sterling visited Mrs Mary Parker and family from Friday till Monday Frank Brown has made through J S Treadwuy the cnrpenterquite improvement in his home put og on a new vital arid coat of paint and putting up u veranda Mrs Sallie Jsabell daughter daughterlnlnw Mrs Earl Edwards tid two children left forColumbus their home Saturday after a twoweeks stay in Kentucky Mrs Wra Johnson and daughter Mrs Ella D Melrirnon spent Sun duy us did Samuel V Johnson and wife of Preston with Thos Duff and wife on the Coleman Barnes atattnwere also thereOFtTuethat hue been goingon here furl Ii days or more is still in progress and nightJtbijidSho did exceedingly well Rtv alsoItDStoopsWm Turner soul a horse to I F Tabb of Sit Sterling for 125 Some of our farmers will begin topping their tobacco this week Squire John Steele of JudyEseriously ill of stomach Sirs W M Kissicii who tins been quite sick is improving slow Iy ItL Faspctt uindwife visited relatives near Ucthel Saturday and Sunday visitingherPoplar Plains WarnerBAnna May Goodun SundaySWilliam Kiesick and family via itcd relatives at Aarons Run Snt urday and Sunday Exceedingly large crowds are a tending the big revival being he nt Somerset ChurchI Sterlingoon Oak Hill Stock Farm Charles Cart and Thos B Hum PricklyAsh itlrs Harrison Conn of near Poplar Plains visited relatives here from Saturday until Mondayhu Mrs Thos N Coons and Nit Nellie Coons of NorlhMiddlctown have booh visiting relatives here Wheat threshing is progressing slowly Tho yield is only fir pibushelhr Mrs W A Kite of Missouri wh has been very ill for some timehas been removed to the home of her father Chug Jones near Judy Tobacco worms promise to give our farmers lively time this soc son which will cause an nnpreced ented amount of paris green to be used =TOURS TO COLORADO AND CALIFORNIA Choose TtoOn numerous dates May to Octo T ber 1905 excursion rates are in effect to Colorado California and the Pacific Northeast By specify you ing Nsecurethe way of sights to see and side to take Stop oU In Colorado t s Nortsto Portland Exposition Return via California Full information sengerTrHlltern Chicago 1 ut C r ow i 11 j l k Address JOHN SEBASTIAN Pus Traf Mgr Rode Island System CHICAGO Quarterly Report of The OWINGSVILLHBANKING GO I At the clrso of business Juno a RKBOURCKS LoAnsund Discounts II01MI Ovfrdrnf t secured and uniecurcdDOverdrafts unsecured Due front National UunkkJWi ss Duu froinStnteBnt Bnlrrs SS uM4Oi16 W Duu from Trust lnleH 8 iinuikIigOther Keal ICstuto 1utorguugeiVa Uonds Other Stock nnd Uoutlg Ilde t 111urrencv jso osio II cIuiigi1orlanringsOiKrtrnlturehnd Fixtures i Citt1tICltrrt11I K plnslJRlt lnnrlr Kxliense Avntitn CI Ulvu dcJcrltlon lorntlojf valiu uud how long IIWnrtllll1 renl ttnte except IniiUlnxJiouse unl lot If any owned luugvr than live yours IIABIUTIKS Si i4Lssii Capital Stoct pith In In ciish jawwi oo Uurplus Fund m1Undivided Vrofltales expense Due Drioslto as follow viz IeH sltiiutiJect toehvckiou which intorvat Is not ptililf tW18S eposIt5 subject to cbeckon whichnInterest Is pnltl Demand certlllcate ot deposits uu whiled interest Is IMild JlnmVertlUcates olIs on CwhichiS 1avingC paidDDue elate baikana bonkers lUI1 72 uaVru1 I tuiIiufliOMUIj llis redi1eUtitedCT Faxest Block not IIL IntaflcoBUHILEMEN rAtty I II ghost amount ol htutobleilnessbol uny stockholder pany or linn Including In tile li ability of the company or hind the liability of the Indlvlduul members thereofdlrectly or In direct If jiuch Imleblitlnesa exceed per edit ol capital tockactually paid In and tho actual amount of surplus of the bank 2 How Is Indebtedness stated 30aabove Item secured Hee Section 083 Kentucky Statutes 3 Hlghost amount of Indebtedness ofany director of olllcerlf connect 01 such Indebtedness uicteds 10Spercent of paidup capital of bank ue Ueetion Kentucky Statutes How Is game securedS toes amount of Indebtedness of- any person company or firm Inincluding in the liability of Company or arm tho liability of rue Individual inojibvra thereofItexceed 00 par cent of Nodedness UJ30QTtaxes deducted therefrom before notaof thu bank for tbo period cover ed by the dlvldeudcnrrled to theSsurplus fund before said was declnrwl Yo Bee Section fito Kentucky Statutes 15ItRleCounty of Bath OJngnllleDUllklnkiess lit so street In th town of O-whijtnllIelululd county being duty worn respoctanBBank at the close of busiuosn on this SOth dllofJuntIlUi to tho best of his knowl eUge and belief and further says that tho business ot said Bank him been transacted at tho locution named ned not tsewhei a ofndpllnuco with an oOlclal notice received from 5 Secreuiryotetatedesiguiatlflg the day of June as the tiny on whIch aicli report shall be made Jlot IU HAKT President J II UIC1IAKT Director R aUDQKIL ilrectorJT H UUOWN byTnT R Ocfly C O RAILWAY Trains 22 and 23 carry Dining service Meals al carte IME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT sh shIMer Eastboundth TNoo 24 1005 p m H Westbound o 21 648 a iiiTNo 23 143 p NQ 25 344 p m Nos 26 and 23 daily ex celt Sunday all otherI tr t f t 5 JJf P jfiIC tT rt- F p Lr tt Ii F T 7r1st J ff a 0 J f 1 1 r 1 f r A 4 1 J f J JI r fif 1 J f To the Pacific Coastto California Oregon Washington roundtrip long transit and return limits liberal stopover privilegesi j The rate is practically on the basis of one fare for the roUnd trip Of course if you wish to visit both California and Oregon 1 Z or jjaThese dates in month of May to October inclusive They apply fromall Eastern poiaU via Chicago St Louis or Memphis gateways The Rock Island System will take you up in eitherChicago orSLLouisor athundred c ofother Middle West points and carry you to the Coast in througfc t Standard or Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car cThe Rock Island also affords a choice of routes on the Scenic Lroute you can stop off in Colorado see Salt Lake City visk Yellowstone National Park on the Southern route you can go r fjvia El Paso thru New Mexico then up coast to San Francisc andontoPortlandorSeatdeifdesi1edIn it offer an unusually good t chance to see our western country in a comprehensive manner If you desire to go onlyas far as Colorado there are excursion 11 rates in effect to that section andreturn allsummer long tispecially reduced June 30 to July 4 August 12 and 13 j fand August 30 to September 4 Extension trips to Ogden j k or Salt Lake and return at low cost also From September 15 to October 31 1905 oneway flItourist or colonist tickets will be on sale to California afad Ii 11the Pacific Northwestabout half regular fare nL If interested send name and address on this coupon defignatu f 1whichbooklet wanted and to what point you p1antog Name probable 4 u dateofetartalsosowecaiiaslvhe definitely with reqwct to rate etc l senJ1aboowetandrst- Nm Addftoo aJtovtDestiJtati Statement of Condition of FARMERSBANK OwlngsvillO 1y buttneJune IS IIESOUIICKS lollnt anti discounts 237W tly IoerlratD ue from Natluiiftlllunts SOIM 56Ov lhindCompaniesUaiilcliiK SjaiO Otlwr IteniEstateflnH HonUs Other Stocks and Bonds 1 1113I C Oturrencyxehctgo or Clettrlng 01 lier IIeiiii carried nsCnsu IlJlJUWIcurrentGhl ulecrlpttuui iwat Ion value nml Cuctptbnnkhtigowned longer than are years Mono i G W LIABILITIES llIllltnl Stock100tiIiliinttvldrthLrnliIs13lue Depositors us folowsvi IJenoMitmuhJvct tocheckonrhlcli Intdrml Is nut peW 2IIItt JIptlIItubJect to eheektsiwLlvbiInterest Is pultl euuiiiitl which cCrtlfitatesifetepoitsotiT SwhichUuvlugs Uepo lts on which Inter estlMptit4h5Ue NnMounl Unnks MBS 68 rstleue Trust Companies Ciishlers Checks outxtuniilag redtsctIiuiiedraxes due and unpaid Block nut patti uUlllopa IfESWtfUllLEMKNTAUV o Highest amount of indtItethues4iy 11unyully of the companyor llrm the llabUItyotthelnUlvlUURl rueinl rs s lnuchpul111Itntlo KoneHowabove Hem l gecuredT Beo Hecllon 5SI Kentucky StatutesofUlghestniuonnt of of any director orotlteer4fauiotintbaof such IntlObte 4niuiSection Ufa Kentucky Kfatutei J How is same securedciii Does amount a ci dtudingor firm tho of the antilvidual 511ndstate d 7ublvdnesM MOOiuud tnxea deducted therefrom beprforu Uoclnrltig dividend nnd n less 10 p throOticovered by the dividend carried toliethe surplus fund before said nut was tiuclaretiS Yes ee Section 3W Kentucky Statute ItII fiState of Iountj KentuckyDJJLnyCnsiilerof Fnnnors Dank a b bank located and doing business nt No Main vtrofat In the city of Owingsville In saldicunty being duly sworn says thu furogcliB report is In ull respects n truo utatuuiunt of the condition of the sntdKnut at the close of business on tile SDlh of J unainGtothobestofhtsknowledgo nnd anti further says that thubusiuesgof said uauk has been transacted lit the hoc tliinmiiuednudnotolsewhereundtbutthe In ove report Is made In eoulpl Rllel with un ee official notice received from thu Secretary titatodesignatlng the Suth tiny of June liS tiny on such report shall be wade JJIiACYCashlerJ BUUOUPASTKU Director JTKlMBKtJUGH Director Su Wil WU1UHT Director II JJU ltotRry Zubhle Dntli CoK BLUE GRA- SSNurseries S SPRING 1905 Caderubs asparagus rhubarb and ev Ftablishmente anti tereeliplicationF HILLENMEYER SONS y Lexington Ky W O McINTIRRL Over Outlook Ofllcttand OwintjavIHe 11 au gOWJNGSYILLE i t m tAi4 Quarterly Report ot the SALT LICK 1 DEPOSIT BANEf Salt LlckKyat the dOMe of Jnao W1UIXI 1tJ IUltlESttns and Discounts S erdrnttssecUred311134erdrnflsuinseciired te frouiNntluiial Bank SiS3 7 tromBtato Uanktand a c WfrSWfflWOOTDnoulktng house niidLL1sti to Ot her hO1i Kxlato WUKlSondUtlierHtfCktanilltonds 3 tcie tollIIlM S Currency vJuucuBxchniiB for Cle iiUBK s test Of Other Items carried aa cnsa Kiirnltnre und Fixtures Kum to payi ue4 183 W rrent Kxpeuitrs Last Quarter sa I jotLtIttITLEHCapital Stuck mud lu III Gash JIi dl uniliLit 2Unti 5 tz yVII dIyuded ImUt iViI5ne Uep4torsuafohltwSvlZ IJIOIIlh subject to chttck mwhlch Interest Is not paid 75OKWr- Deposit subject to cherxotl which Interest U jaddSDemand certificates depositionwhich Interest is paid ime ctrtlflentes ot l poslts ou which Interest Is paid RylngM epoltsMii which Inter t eat it paid a Checks ue National UuikD ue Stiitc units antI Bunkers w P rwr In1itfC h outstandingills npaid dividends fazes due and unpaid Capital Stuck not paid aUl1LRMENTRVI Highest amount ot Indebtedness of any klockboldor person coinpB or nrnilncludlnu lathe lIablll ot he company or flrni Cbellabll or the individual mellllJcr- sIIIereflIlrecll or lu Hrectly If sisiichTndebteduoss exceeds per ctmtot capital ftoctriictually paid and actual amount of jurplus of ue bank None t How is Indebtedness stated la above Item securedHee Section SKi Kentucky Statutes hlgbuat amount of Indebtedness any director or otllcer If uuiount such Indebtedneaj exceed hoper nt of paidup capital stock of tik Non Be Section 5S8 Kcntncky Htafales lion Is sums secured Ones amount of Indebtedness of person couipanj or firm In udutig In tbo llublllty of the com lay or Urmtbo liability of the In vlduai roeuibent tliercof exceed per cent of paidup capital stock JiOrIfAmount otlnstdlvlJcna K8 09 Were nil expeU5e3 losses Interest an d taxes deducted luererrom be jf foto declaring dividend and was t less than 10 per cent of net- ofitsoftlue bent for the perIod hVthewas declared Yea e SccttouK Kentucky Btatatei t9G1XIr St ate of JCu fAllonposit Kunka Bunk located and dotagi illness nt No street loathe town of Silt Lick In said county being duty swors bflathefurcgulnlf report Is In nil respect true stutemunt ot the condition of the sa llnnb at tho clone of business onttho knowIImxlness of tile snld hulk has b eBlrM acted nt tho location named anti nol l wliore anti that the above report Is VS notleelvdting the with tttuy of Juno lwjnt the day which uch report shall be mode ifALLEN ilPOINlu Cashier v H HirljRWlS Director T WAVKAXOlt Director 1bcnibeITolnts the it of JulyHW i 3 Public31y Vimont Street MA MARK A REED Prop Owingsville Ky 1 resh and cured me nstantly on hand 0 rs in seasons Prompt very Order y otis ouwishour 57 ROS J j65 Feed Sale Stab OWINGSVILLE ky t Headquarters for horso and dealers Tolephone connieql with StationI sS