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receive a car of k load of now buggies this week lie J peeps plenty of them and sells for 7 + t or credit Dr GW Conner tho dentist uses 0l1Qntunder and all approved siann3SthOtICG for tho painless ex J traction r of teeth M Rev John B Meachom of Mt Sterling wilt begin a protracted p meeting at the PresbytonanChurch he Jlonday at730 oclock p m itr You do not know what a small f amount of fuel it takes to get a monljUiitil you try n Lender cookv ovorranga Leavo your witlfBud Brother for one A1 Mrs Belle Rico fell down stair at home Sunday of lust week dial StVV f locating her shoulder yDrs A Waldttivj and IIP Gudgell attendee Vherand she isnow rapidly recover i ng c d 21- t f WAR IH Tlio weatherjhe post we k line been nil thntvthat the jnver of a tropical temperature wish Folks lave survived tupJ had tSt VjiTHOMAsRATLiF 5Ir Turner vI Ella RutlilFwereVS iih4arrled the bttlefthe VwVRatlihIni Sharpburg The bride is n charm n I yoirng 5ltdyand huB visited 1ere frequently the gUItuf1ht- lPcEll n 5Iuttouf frtzon or c 4uguVst 1905 the haxitBIe prupert I in which tn esliayo nut bteu paid rill bo advertised for sale Sol Vc1nnd settle same l 1GLYDEUfnoNDoiHlt M4r611ajIC C MARRIED Dec Hinsetnanf son fJb8 tat Omar Horseman and MIiuMjnnlLe Crouch dnucJlter X bftbe late Francis Cronh were rrjedhunday afternoon at the jd4eute of anti by Elder nJ- I R Eterett Sqrrellend Mft N tnSK lerw re attendants We eit extendVcOgratubttIonsM R ft D No SL Owinesville r r ral free dli Iery route N 2will I iatart Sept 1 It runs from this w town un tbt Mt Sterling pike to aneseciooIhouse thcnce out the Tdirt road south to the new turnpike undhJt enc down S1tWeI1 to tbe8tep8tone pike thence back to 3jijngiivlUar The carrier and sub t d v atitutc have not been chosen yet r dJ ELDER HPWE HERE ElilecT BSi S 1 pow of P1P1aIn came over and spent ThursdayVafl1 Friday b zuIngingwithhBVbld nds JHe 1 ia enjoying splendid heklth and is- t aloost When lie 1aR pasorof7theGlrfstJlan Chthbhere he was very delicate arwl thin l1 flesh He prec1iedat the ChrTw J 9 n Church Thursday night tid Six OCWCKat tie WoqdspB Barnes entertained at t f 1 r IX ocIoekdinnrrTuesdaybvoniug I ella twee1 Thnse present were SS A MiNes Sadie cGlnnI8Danvill J BdnaOsltskill WincicitorLouiPO i 1o 1 Gudgell Catliryn Riee Mattie W Barae4 May Shruut Messrs John Peter8tMorUBrowD Mason Botts j t Scott Goodpaater Ilolraan Rice tt Wallacie Cudgel l Thetjunior Owingsvillo baseball jf eluhi emerged from the bug dust 5 3 v bias by defeating a Mt Sterling y junior nine by 9 to 7 Monday aft k if ternoon The Owingsvilleer nre f towcall dlhe Aliclation club Zs i v Their battery WiB Alex Goodpaster 4It i pitcher aBdGeoSheohBn catcher v ThevMt S baVterie wtre Coyle ft LfindKinBolviBgiilklcia and Coylc nr Ileddea aAdcx UrnplroDr Wi IrIntlre JOB PBIHTIKO Uemember thai T L THODTiooKiB prepared to print i letterheadB BOteheuds biHheuds IIateNeHtseaVeIOpes1card labels r eI invitationsBnil all sort S tiJi ofbuujnesssVaiiohery pti tfio best S tock lii tastofiztstyleVat the most reasoRablo prices Compare our 1work with that dout by any b ofiee and ou iWill find it to- yiradfaiitage cA totiBvoius do your wep t albb print dodgers tI pawpiilets and everything usually iit faroed out by a cpijntry job oJIico VEhay 6n IlandfOrealeVhiian Y i HaQtit tblank deeds mortgages p4llejwVs asil other blinks r 71 t f pic iirVSr I 77 f P t Jli t i f J r q1 j lo grr o p Yd C IL c 1jo PERSONAL Frank Perry was in Lexicon last Tliurtda AV H naughcrty was in Mt Stor liiifr Monday Miss May Cook of Ilill boro vis ted M D Furls last week 1IV Diggott spent from Saturday till Monday in Winchester Hnraco Ituif nml wlfo were in Mtj Sterling Thursday and Friday Dr W O Mclntlro and Tlirashly Mnrklund went to Unrltslo Tuesday T II Drown was in Boss counh 0 scveni I days last wcok visiting his brother J D Conner wits in Lexington attending tho liorso HUCt Wednesday of last week Miss Nauity Berkley went to Mt rllng Tuundny to spund a week with homo folks EmIl Peters of Georgetown camo Saturday to visit his purontR Thus Peters nnd wifeiW Hay Prtttorson of Vinciiostur and Clark Patterson of Mt Sterling spoilt Sunday hero Mrs Motto Furls of Hilisboro Is- Ittd M I Fans and Mrs W O Mc lntire the past rcekbMisses Leila and RutliMcCUntock Millersbnrg are visiting their sister Mrs T M Perry Miss Ethel Jones has returnedRlionioto Muskogee 1 T visit to relatives hero Miss Corn Kelly of Mt Sterling came tho past week to visit her sis ter Mrs J II Taulbee W T Wilkersoii and daughter oft Sterling were guests of Miss May Hendrix Sunday Miss Frances Fuller of Blooming ton Ill came the past week to visit her sister Mrs Nit JonesoC W Poters nnd wife of Sharpsg burg visited his brothers and James T Peters Tuesday Arthur Byron wife and children J1ll go to visit Capt Mclilnety and family at Falincuth this week Mrs John BCnrniicliael antI children of Louisville are visiting her father Win Moore of Rues Run nnrdstownIcumotatters hither Cupt W r Conner Mrs Mira Ttatiii and Mrs Strnh Galoway of Falmoiitli are guests of the formers sister Mrs T L Dar M nell Morris Jrown after a visit to his parents T 11 Brown and wife ri rned to Louisville bunday alterhnoon a Miss Julia Elliott who lint been sIthti Mia NtiaHiimlrigg lit Frankfort returned homo Friday ght VVJudge rtii Patterson loft Wed flesdittrip ti Piiifvillw returning Saturday night X Cloy McClure und Vcrnon lllsloX DfWlncheRtfrandIos TAmmerinan l Cynthlnnn arc here visiting ieiid vv Mrs John W Dillon and Miss Kntlitirine Scott of Catlettsbnrn a ciime Thursday to visit Henry Scott and wile a R L InunormKn came from Piiria Monday tout some work fur t Owingsvillu Granite and Marble nnpauySS 4V fi Mrs WS Phelns visited tier father at JelfersonvHle last week Her sister Miss Colo nccompaiiied ber JiouieVMrs Gay Shrout recovered from her illness lither mother Mrs Lee Hulls at Sherburne nnd return homd Friday VhMrs ISnnis Kinney and daughter Katie of Cuvingtufl came Sun day to visit the formers daughter Mrs Eugene MinhhianhProf Bromley of near uwrence burg was hero Friday andSaturdnvband made application pulship of new school Mrs John D McIntyre and two daughters Lula May and Clara Oixonif Columhus Ohio arrived Sunday to visit Ed Barnes and wife Miss Carrie Lyon of Beattyvllie ShiroutAnne Jefferson Sharp of Sharps urMiChiui Leer nnd daughter MlrsiCarroll of Paris camo lust fslt relatlvos lhey will also spend days at Olympian Springs eforo returning home Misses Sadie McGinnis of Dan jlll8 HarrletParrl1hof Richmond N otK aUwUleiM ary henakor nd IIlIStUl1rt1 of Winchester are Shrout Lottie Atchison Louise Gudgell nud Mat tie Woodson BarnesJThe following at WU Sterling Monday A W Bas omCol H U EwInffWmi Arnold lohniiugliea B FraukVPerry Jesse mpt Sotli Botts A N Crooks Bam Lathram Riley Chandler Barnes Walter OoyleThon as AllenI Bobt n Brother Alinnnzd StoneI Daniel HarperVRhld Charles Jlarpor J M Atchison Jolt Atchison J 000uurThosVJJones DIED Elder B H Rosa received news last wok that Miss PhoebiS RosBagcd 18 daughter brother JacobVRV 085 died suddenly DANcEaTS Shrout gave dances at Frm mans Hall Thurs day pnd Saturday nights in honor of thft the visiting young ladles and of course those who attended bad a One time j EnaER1IuMPnRIsTlie Flew- SIngsburg TimesDemocrat say that John A Hedger ugod 73 got llcenfo to marry Mrs Amundu Itlinphries aged 50 the wedding to take place July 13 It is MrHed gcrs third marriage and the brides fourth Mrllodgor rormerly lived in this county near Sherburne lat er ot Wyomipgand now hails from Goddard Flpmlng couruy yVMrtrade a vjiternn Federal soldier drnwing a pension and a steadfast ISRepublicunfolkHnnd friends in this county lie has TUK OUTLOOKS best wishee in hU new matrimonial venture b 4 r U EMPUIYED PIUNCIPAI On lust Saturday tho trustees of the new graded puhlic school of the Ow injsville district employed C F Martin of Carlisle us Principal the schwa Mr Martin has hel the position of first assistant tencli or in the Carlisle graded sclinol for nine years past and coin highly recommended as an cducatot nnd disciplinarian He is a married mnn and has one ehil l To PmAGli ON FlPTIl yUKUATB Rev J II Fuqun Vho is pastor of the Owingsville nnd Mt PlenEant M E Churches also has been em ployed to preach each fifth Sunday in the month at tho Peeled Oakt Union Church which ie used by both the Christian and Methodist denominations The Christians have a large membership but the Methodists nre not numerous The Christians employed him This instance is unique in religious ac tion in tho State INTO NEW llUSJNESSRIIV Patsterson ill II member of the firm of I Ic hord Smith Co which hits- ought out the gents furnishing dWinchesterre Ed Smith and Jack McChord ay has given up his position aso foreman of the freight department at the Winchester station Ills it rlIoall here for stidessbItECOVEUKD PROM His ILLNEsst Albert Storylho wellknown vendor t f soft drinks iind cand atopublic was to u ml on the street Thursday morning suffering from some ailment and was taken to the ail for treatment A physician t wne called and he pronounced him mlfcr ngfrnw an overdose of some opiate Ho was very sick until Friiluy when he was able to go about John Croninof Cincinnati in saw a dispatch in tile doilies in regard to Mr Storys co lilion aid called him up by telephone Mr Cronin came Saturday and took r Story home with him HELD PENDING IsvEfcTiGATioN l ilton Carpenter of Olympia it eld at Hnlden V Vu pending finGregory Spliiler o Russian whose churrcd body was found in the boiler furnuceof the coal conipiinyc power fiouse Carpenter is aged II bOUt thirty years and is a sun of ntnn Carpenter of near Kendall SprlnfiP and his hir lit wife who i8 now the wife of Win Ingrum of esT Blue Banks RoiirtrUunty- uCarpenter went to Holdcn lust April and took n job as llremnh of boiler Sphilur was his helper on the night shift On the first ex tnhtiat ion Carpenter was exonerat is d but later hr announced lila in fienthsinwas arrested Carpenter bears a rst rate reputation here as a quiet industrious inoffensive min He married a daughter of Win II Barker of Olympia His wife and child live ut their Olympia luuuo A newspaper account says that Sphilers wife was murdered in Hartford Conn by persons tin Ii known in 19 Oj while tho husband was nt Hbldcn A lump of gold wuttroundwith the body Some of is compatriots who were at Hal- len left for Russia shortly after his urial It is believed here by those who know Carpenter that ho is in nocent of tire Russians death FATAL CUTTINQ AFFHAT James Jackson aged 18 year stabbed John GriOltb aged 24 three times unday during u general fight near fatally wounding him Juckoncame hero Sunday after oon surrendered and was placed n jail The tight was the result of bad feeling between Jackson and the I Griffith family Sunday it is al leged John Griffith and his two brothers Tom and Elmer Jackson James Shultz and probably others wire at a store about one mile eaat of Olympia when the trouble be Tho three Griffiths attacked with clubs and were get ting this best of him when Jackson drown barlow knife and grasping Jriintb by the coat collar stabbed lira three times each time making sweep of his knife as it struck Jri filths body One blow of the knife cut Griffiths left lung in two another cut his left kidney in two and the other wade a great gash inVthO loft shoulder Griffith then tell to the ground unconscjouF and Shultz who attempted to separate the men was slashed on the wrist 17 Jackson and the hand was al most severed The large arteryin the wrist was severed and Shultz was rapiuly bleeding to death when pbypiciansicachrd mllnd8tol ped the How Then utteition was turned tu GrlmthwhIt36breatlhjn through the severed lung could bo heard sonic distance The physi cians soon saw that he was beyond hUlDanuidItnduU they could do was tease the pain Jackson is a son ThooinsJack son and is said to boa quiet young fellow The Griffiths are sons of Win Griffith John Griffith WOR the companion of Cal doxof Men Ifee county when Cox shot am killed Noah U ebuOkan inoffen sive negro near Preston in FebrU- ary 1902 Griffith was arrested with dorbut was released it be lag showh he had no connection with the murderCox is serving life sentence in the penitentiary NAVAL ENGAOEiENTPUbhishs- ecbyRequestLastWcdnesttay morn lug as the battleship David Anderson was returning from Port Sher- burnt with a cargo of moul it was met in latitude 10 degrees south of Rogers harbor by tho battleship Jim Riddle The Riddle fired the sulutution gun which was ignored by the Dave Anderson This act If discourtesy angered the Jim Riddle and site fired with her 10 inch gnus on tho Anderson nnd truck liar fqunro on the boiler Just about that time Admiral B F 3nelling steamed out of the Horn jack Bay and informed the officers of both ships that they had crossed he neutral line and that ho alone was king of the waters uf Kutt fork It was evident now that the Dave Andersnn was slowly funking As she gave tho signal of distress the Flagship Harry T Hornbacl hove in sight and steamed up to tho doomed Ibipnnd unloaded the cargo of meal stud assumed charge f it for safekeeping TlieAnder on steamed back to Duuuherty lay where sIte sank Admiral B F Snelling employed Gaines Bailey and David Johnson the two export eep sea divers to go down and a coin pin to investigation of the Anderson and after an absence f four hours they returned to the surface of the water antI reported to be n total loss as there is no ossible way of raising tier Tho of the Dave Anderson are oing to apply to the highest tri anish of naval laws for damage us hey claim there is no naval law compels a battleship to ac knowledge or return the salute of Another SuiiMKit VOliN AGAIN Lexing ton Ky July 17 ID05Mr Edt Tar Heres at you a gain Ireceived a copy of TUB OUTLOOK its contents wer pursued over and often it give mo lots of pleeure to read a bout the hapning and things gernal thruc out good old bath county lull ways had the highust rcganis for Baths county people I hud suns good friends there and it 1 might bo that I might locate in bath a gain before I crok there clint bo mutch rehanc put in live iQiiplc thcr fore time explains to things better then pcoplr sum say when a fellow crokes the duvel tee rst takes charge of him nnd rims e him tbrtio u red lint fnrtalizer and nt take till the old stale ralauiaty wu tlroufor his eietam hen lie takesw higer step itiiifceti BevrhitiJjS fry steps to reach the hupy load uipi BUUI r quira more then lUhcrs gci but what wpc kautuckey point leluns wa will hay to under go stim say uncle Jo BluXkbum outlives his stulttes I dnnt think FO IRm fur him he is etil able to druw his salry und spend it and that is ul It any of thesis did or will do thati the grate truble in this country rating and making offices trt be lled by haters giving them n soft easy way to w ike there motley with out going drfvrn for it at hlrdworkV like tile laboring class I would like to no what good those Bobtail t Senators and congressman ever dun in towards benefiting any body butp them stlnund why is it tha must have so much better pay then wan that works at hard honest worthal isof sum benefit to the liuiuun fainoley Jest look at tile little pop gun lawyers k summer doctors the coltiges thrue out the and aro turning out avry six months Tua all must be looked after and hay a way prepared so thn con make monuy without work- Ing for it like our grand fillers i did it use to be u time u mccliaiic a of kinds wer respected to sum ex ent but now any kind ofalhunical calling is looked on as a lo calling unless its one that has plenty of stuff of corse its stuff that cuts the big tlguro be tween us all wel why I nm for ito stay ing in the united undovidcd Senat hcare sum of the greors com pining of him not doing any good eo if tlia tullbo so tint cant silO where he has dun any harme ande that is darned sight more then can be said a bout the most of them if the truth is tube a gido So a I am all ways fur Jo teeth and too nails and I count my self one of the biggest matches in thn box- I fear neather barrell or Bttltcs democrats and republicans ar all the same now days use tho dllars for bato and you can land them till in the same trap I no a domed sigh of thing better then a mule dusbui arc a little Scatcring a bout explaining them if I say 1 nevor Stold any thing dont take my word for it take mee then youe hay the whole load in a nut shell SUMMER COON BLUEGRASS NurseriesSPRING Trees by tho million fruit ant shade small fruits grape vines shrubs asparagus rhubarb and ev erythinn ordinarily kept at such an establishment Wo soil direct the planter and have no agents Tree and strawberry catalogues on application to iriF IIILLENMEYER k SONS Lexington Ky 1UvoryOWINGS VI LLE KY Headquarters for inree and nitS dealers Teleph use cdmiectiuu with Iresion Station L FOPJVVirginia Screened Ltlmp and Pluto Cannel COAL ROSE RUN IRON CO OLYMPIA ones Everything E J PARKI BURIEY TOHACCO GKOWEKS Co- no the Burley Tobacco Growers throughout tho Burley District of Kentucky Ohio Indiana and Wept rirgifliaVThe committee appointed at the meeting lick in Lexington in last March to prepare a plan of perma nent organization for the burley growers to begin with the crop of iJ05dition May 13 report to the meeting of delegates sent by their respective counties as previously ed provided in tho original resolution receive and act upon tho same Tho plan submitted by the commit was adopted with h cl1nnJ6 thsthat time to publish the entire report fnt many reasons one of hiI1hI was thedcsirttbility know first thxixtentof the present Irop p1unteoxxft being reported to 11iiJulnfllcrerHcin acreage liutMidod i therefore became nvccssury for toe commit too to ns ncnr as pnpsiblo what the increase wnfr over lUOln8tR in Inrge increase might possiblymake- bnttesisary tnchnngu the plan in nnt and it will bu readily SCOtt that this requires considerable work to ascertain what the conditions really were when planting was over and tlromost careful in vestigatiort ilmt tlit committee could make has Jenloped tho fact- ohat there is quite n large increase acreage over JJOl and nt the- oresent writing the crop bids fair to bo a large und heavy one in pounds EO much so that the effect of this largo production is already being felt in tho decline of prices The report of the committee setting forth tho plain in detail how he burley growers cnn make a per manent organization and protect themselves in the marketing of the raw material is too voluminous to set forth here but the substance oft is a permanent organization with capital stock of one million ands half shares that is to be subscrib ed and taken nt par Title stock is divided into comiiym and preferred the preferred being un 8 per cent accumulative stock but will bo so S arranged ns to let tho grower have hid choice as to which ho prefers to subscribe for It being intended that while to n great extcne can pay for his subscription in tobacco it must bo understood that it is nec in order tomakea beginning at once that a certain amount of this stock must be subscribed and percentage of that subfcription in cash It then necessarily fellows that if the tobacco grower desires to protect himself against the ruinously low prices and against tho combined manufacturers and if he desires to interest capital to assist him ho must first show his own faith in his own company by subscribing und taking in capital stock to at least a respectable amount and place his own company on a business Tooting before he can reasonably expect others to come to hiiaid or assistance in protecting him against the combinations of the present day that are trying to take his product from him at half its valuCSIn providing the way by which the growers can dp this easily and uponIcided that at least 250000 of the capital of the Kentucky and Ohio Burley Tobacco which is the new company should be at once subscribed by the Burley District with the understanding that they will at once pay under tho following plan 10 per cent of their present subscription 250000 divided into 3 t parts and allotted to 31 counties reduces the amount fcr each county o so small a Uguro that it can be readily acc uspllshie without hardship to any one In submitting this plan in this way it is also for the purpose of arriving at u positive conclusion whether the Burley Tobacco Grow VVV yfVcf EjJJ KYREMOVAL I have removed my b r- Ib r shop from riextrdoor Outlook office to basement of Owings Hotel of fice where I will welcome all old customers and new firstclass QrowersCompuny ers desire to establish this pernia eat organization for their own protection and benefit or not con oeqitently it is submitted for this purpose of conclusively fettling the question whether the growers desire to cstnlilish the Burley To bnccii Growers Company or tint and if thi8mlll1 nmount in each county snaking up the 250000 is u6t subscribed nellO per cent puid upon it it will be taken for grant that you do not desire to on with thus movement 1fon tho othefhand the amount is taken ariu subscription puid it will be positive notice to your committee at it is to push the movement perfect the organization iiiut get ready for business usyjiiukly us pofRilile The commitisc does not hesitate say that if thus stock is liIub ci ednntllO per cent paid us fut forth arid the company put upon u practical business basis its that will do there is no doubt ppuakinj tho light of tho work they have recently done but what capital cane acquired to purchase the entire crop at u price profitable to the grower To systematically place this pro potition properly before you each committeeman jntho respective counties of the Burley District will be furnished with 3 printed report f the entire plan of organization That committeemnn either himself r parties authorized byhim will call meetings in your respective neighborhoods and precincts and explain the plan of organization and give you all the information possible on the subject The Cow mitto of Wuys and Moans appoint ed by your dolegntes at their meet ing lust May have dono n mount of hard and intelligent work in order to insure success for 1905 and in view of that fact they certainty expect that every grower will tnke suifuient interest in this subject to attend these meetings that will be called for the purpose of explaining the reportnnd organ izutinn and for the taking of sub rrlJtiontl Neglect on your part means failure with you anti you alone to blame Your attention to it and enthusiastic support will insure success V B HAWKINS WM AUDis J IL BASCOU- B fl Bunny AI STUART C B SULLIVAN The following is the allotment made liy the ways and means cum mittee and approved by the dele gates tie tho amount of subscription for tim dilFerent counties to snake bused upon their proportion of white burley tobacco produced by said counties respectively Anderson 5000 Adams 7500 Buth 7500 Boyle 1250 Boone 5000 Bourbon 12500 Bracken 7500 Brown 10000 CurroIl7500Glurk- 10ODOClerwunt5000 Campbell 2500 Carter 5001IIyette 10000 Fleming 7500 Franklin 7f0Q Gal latin 5000 Gmnt 7500 Uarricon 12500 Henry 7500 Jessiimine 5 030 Kenton 3750 Lewis 5000 Madison 25000 Mason 15000 Mercer 2500 Montgomery 75000 Nicholas 7500 Owen 10000 Pen dloton 7500 Robertson 2DOOScott 15000 Shelby ISOOOi Spencer 5 000 Switzerland 3750 Trimble 5 000 Washington 7500 Woodford 12500 Hamilton 7500 Lawrence W Vat 2500 Garrard 5000 Signed W B HAWKINS WILLIAM ADDAMS K IL BASCOII B B BEUKT VA STITAUT O B SlJLLiVAft VI 0 M cINTIRK Over OUtlook Ottlce tihd Owliitfavilli DaukiiiirCoriipanysBuildirii IJWINUtVULJiRY r N Vis THE T ME7 tTo save money on Bdggv ilif nIliaVo rnoro I1dosiareii4rilarhess than any house in iJus rn KeiYtof6fty Wh6iY yon bj f oitigycdmo tint aeq my Hnrhess and 1 wilrilVylilnVtfrVo nVaflertifanyhfotOjyolns for tho icstSildie tnff UlithtSSf EUGENE MINIHAN OwiligsVmi1 J Reduction Sate at RACKET STORE i During the nToritH of JUly We are goi g to give special prices to reduce stock Clothing at less than cost price Now is your opportunity to gets gVodf suit for little mOneThe price has been cut on every Suit in the housesVMens Suits regular price 8 montb5H1I j this month 1 58 hays pantsregularpnice 314 Choice of our Ladfes Slippers 98c All childrens slippers reduced inV price reduced Mens rcgiiiar VLadiesspools GlassTunibl ithis GTorlOrf yarc1frotllhel CASH PAID FOR EGGS E w HEFLIMR G j WMjATHISONS LWery anJeeo Staote OWINQSVliLE KY Wlicii you desire livery team thatisfivst class 1icv lyrcspectJ RANri NEW VEHICLES HOIISES FRESH AND FAST Atchison feeds your horses at reasonable prices Salcsmade commission All trains met at Preston at low charges WWI ATCHiSON LIVERYMAN jtct IOwlngsvilie Ky WM R PETERSJJF9r BETHEL KY 7 Dealer in Furniture Also Undertaker Funeral Director and EnibalmerV tCnllspromptlyo 17 SasonableRe S na111 Goods at LOW Prices finspectwhere else in town Come in look dont expect you to buy if dont you rtioney lake our store your headquarters when town Ladies 125 Oxford Shoa 1190 Lad UOOSIioe SI4U- Itulles 350Sltno 1OS Ladles 125 Iongola Shod 5Ju Ladles 175 Vici Kid Shoe 12 Lndks 200 Viol Kid Shot 14M 250 Vie lId ShootIMcnB125 Plow Shot USe MGUB 175 lloV Shoo 121- Mens 200 Plow Shoo 148 Mens Vicl Kid Shnti IJIH JNO W MAEKLAND lYI WICYiByii Speclul ArrangemefityntJ can getV The Outlook and The WE liLt collalEtiJ- OPiNAL both one jcaifurtnl 160 SVVVS Mens Liiien Co tit to 22tf 40c San Silk this month lOo month a on 4 t 9 1 i and We we save 8 Lmiiis 2 24EMetsSMens I3CO SUits 7854 Mens 1000 Suits 5tsi4 tWMoilStsjjBoysO83oo Suits tW Kvs 400 ftjfil Sbit 19f Boys1 1M Long 1utsts5uits 49S t t r a 8 3 J f The Outibok arid dIy 4for383Get The Outlooks iceJ VJob Work of ev 4 4 kind and see samples jt1 and you will see we can do better Work at lovVer 1 prices than you can getv elsesvliereS l r iv 1 r T c 1 4 l Sv t 4SI r ll 0 I ad J as jf Xt b J Mk 1 1 t U i or ii t i t i4 i to OWIN6SVILLE OUTLOOK 1 OUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher t OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKT n CANE GRINDIN TIME S wish fer the weather Moonllght In the lanep 4 Time to take yer sweetheart J1 To the grlndln of the caneS 4 Feel yer heart afoln Like a silver band aplayln When you takln of yer sweetheart a To the crlndln of the cane I Then wish fer the weather o SHoneycups to drain Ifhen youre walkin with yer sweetheart caneldA ROSE OF I INORMANDY I sLuiLiirFJuuuuvNs t CHAPTER II CONTINUED Curse him he cried in a voice 4 ilIbratthg with passion Curse himIt see It all now It is not the klngs fault so much as his ministers While I Mazarln lived my father had ho hope I and when this wine merchants son tk succeeded him he feared exposure i too and so left him to die Sanguo dl Dip Is It not enough to risk ones life for a king but that his minion y crushes ones heart also Attention Pompon and hear my words Upon this cross my swordhilt I swear by nil the saints of Italy and France by t 4 toy fathers murdered hand and my i mothers heart In Paradise my SWOM shall never rest nor my arm grow weak nor yet my brain cease c ntriv- I ing against this hellhound child of o Be iebub devils spawnthis Col bert In court In camp In the kings audiencechamber or on the further iS most limits of Ind I shall still oppose and It I may kill him My strength- shall oppose his strength and my cun h ning his cunning until one of us fall- Till then I keep my oath Mary and Joseph and Ml the angels During this speech Pompons fea tures bespoke a lively sympathy and I an ardent hatred Tontl after flnlsh lag stood silent a moment with head uplifted and sword raised In raidair Then with a sigh he lowered h8 eyes 9S and looked kindly at his companion- And you mon cher Pompon how can t I thank or repay you for yothaerv 4 4S leer The mans eyes became a softened tray as though the others feeling had touched him as he replied Monsieur forgets he has cancelled afl debts by his aid today I am still his debtor f Niyt by the rib of John the Bap tlsfQU are not Pompon you of ferediutour friendship I accept 4Andpouring the remainder of the wine equally Into the two glasses he raised i3 with a smile A toW he said To both of us his companion re- XJ joined They touched the glasses to their lips bujt before they could emply them ft strange vole interrupted them by saying 4 I have a better toast To Mr ToatI and Company v CHAPTER III IN WHICH THB Finn ADMITS ANOTHER PARTNER AND ANT ANCIENT DOCUMENT REVEALS MUCH WISDOM I The two mea were startled at the sound and looked hastily toward the i doorway from whence tile voice pro ceeded SS f Within it stood a man whose ap f pcar nce both in manner and physical characteristics 1erenot llkel to es Ccape 9lstnatl n he might be placed Taller by half a head than either Tontl or his companion and of a 5aSdecidedly hclvier build bold fore 7 Ibcaddark but not shaggy eyebrows no6e a strongly mmiked Roman 5a- 4 tpelacaihrbich resfl a thin dark mustache vUh ends twisted upward 1 esto LIVe the owner a fierce and Ecoraful expression a j full rounded chin jh l tendd to become double o JIlthHiJ opened a man of vigor and t action nut the dress was that of a a fop or aiarl daadyA brown outer f coat e broldefcd with Oldwas the p firat article that attracted ones at it This covered a vest orna SS vmefitedwUB rrd rlbbo sAbovetle4 coat was 81uBa shoulderbelt of t twisted goldthread supporting a It fI nwortf iwhlle a hroetbihd of muslin djted wkh flay lace and a broad X brfeiBW bavcrsurmounfd by a flesble rpv mescompleted the i tUpjrpartYetthajtir Closeflttlhg t shade of brown a Md M k bbotf very large and open at the pcPJ leted hh r1resa A lap ice handkerchief was I uce hard and applied daintily JttIiswtrll sow and then for the p 4 l1e ef t pnis scent wish which ttwuL4n5- i1oi k1H1 un ray Interruption y 4 be b fat I hay explained my crraad jjiatleMeiu Bin first let me cnjHWwst Isrf as Robert Cayeller tt8Td the great ex 7 erieU Tontl cemlns forward A J t he The Jorer ccrtalnement but not Tftittjtiii H hnalhsifor you to help tetee e1bat ft f h SW 1Y yjw tCapL Henri de Tontit tteyItI4 tr- t i ftt r5 Tiatttllcr i J NeallOlIt74 tJ ie MMtsJejle M obliged to flee from h t ItIyi lL a 1T TM bg aln i lasurancevr wbesuee the scheme Was as affwejitjtrthKv at Brst was Irapris- p iA a i yi by Vtnffa and forgotten and 1 Y I4 pIIii the month Mstarya z r iUtp In Ike Jk tijlle Bh + J v Youiki1 l1pjj l4aTacefulgeature of his 1 k td ta the seented ltof lIYe J kiy all How you entered lFrecb iiat Sas cadM fought X l Sr5t t capaijj pa b ard skip and ri krels the jsIeys How at Ml i f f iIwere ft yia charge of a QMS t 1 i a e9 VTBKI How at LiblsaiBTi t aih Fay your UftJhiirf S bcaue of the tir IB Ute 2a Ylt thi ehlrurglea TCW aa c- risnsat of year haad with i ystfl UUtrtJItwyoui re known as F The Mani4ttbe Im1HIn4 bi ie e 1IJlleCHBI8IBfh d ta to Ik44ba ple of the lost ca aal lwelJ You atill wear ibM WpwatL yea q kd at Mqiee for six i f e w4r1 exchanied for Thi JCj i r Oa your r tun Yc 1 F i Cfdp 0 1 o l t at i jtz J if I t 1 v f lJe 1 ftT tF i t cr k de rt j JGd l j l tr tt to France the king rewarded you with I e paltry 300 lines and a captaincy and sent you back to join In the Si china campaign In the galleys How peace has thrown you out of employment How you are restless and unhappy and are eager now that the king has no further need of you to take up with whatever adventure promises the most gold and glory How now Am I not right Do I not know all- During y the rapid sketch of TonUs career he became more and more be wildered as the speaker went on and when he ceased speaking he could make no reply Ah mon ami said La Salle kindly do not be disturbed at my knowl edge A friend has told tie The Prince de Conti whom I consulted In my search for a comrade a lieutenant told me you were suited for the post with a hand indeed of Iron and a heart of oak That Is exactly the sort of man I need By this time Tonti had recovered himself and ted the way to the table motioning his visitor Into a chair He then took the sole remaining bit of gold from his pocket gave It toPom pon and ordered him to get a bottle of the choicest Anion wine from the nearby cabaret He then turned to the stranger The Prince de Conti was a gallant leader to serve under In war but I did not suppose ho would have been so warm In his recommendation What do you wish me to do Ah that is a question easily an swered replied La Salle as he gave one farewell whiff at his handkerchief then put It away and straightening himself In the chair spoke earnestly and with rapidity All mannerism of the court dandy was gOrlt and the direct buslnersllUc air of a man pf the world who has to deal with affairs of moment took its place- I have as you know made some explorations in New France starting out from my possessions near Mon treal But I am satisfied that much lies beyond that there we are partly on our way to China and that erelong one of his majestys ships can sail direct from the harbor of La Rochelle past Quebec and Montreal to China and the Indies It Isa glorious life a warfare against nature and wild men with great difficulties to be overcome and victories to be gained but free free air free action free range Once beyond the settlement of Montreal and one need be answer able to no man With help from the governor we can build up so large a trade In beaverskins within a few years that great wealth will be ours greater than a soldier of the king could ever hope to gain In all his lifes service Pompon returned with the wine and after filling the glasses stood behind Tontis chair watchful to see and hear all that went on I have here letters from Comte de Frontenac governor of New France to Colbert Already the king has granted me several audiences and both he and his minister are favorable- to my plans He has awarded certain moneys and I have collected all but 20000 francs of the necessary re mainder from my relatives and here bethought himself ot presenting Pompon and after he had sent him out again on a needlessr rand told La Salle what be knew of his history When he returned La Salle eyed him critically during their conversation and finally af er arous ing their enthusiasm by showing them rude maps of the wilderness and relating tales of adventure that stirred the blood he wound up by asking them both to accompany him on his next expedition that was to start shortly You will thus Capt de Tontlhe concluded escape the arduous service of a king who forgets and the con stant hopeless storing up of hatred against his minister I warn you that If you remain here it will be but to eat your heart out In helpless misery You cannot touch blmhe Is too high Come with ine and forget the past escape the constant reminders of wrongs suffered You will too in a measure be serving your chosen domalnapdadding wears besides ho continued In a tone a shade more earnest and sub dued think of the thousands of be nighted souls that will thus have the benefits and offices of Mother Church brought to them Think of it weajth gained ambition satisfied a name made famous an bath of allegiance still kept Inviolate This applies also to you M Pompon While In this country you will betn constant dan ger Once reach the western land and all the kings otthe earth with all their soldiers could Dotofind you Who knows what deeds of prowess you may achieve and perhaps through them win a pardon and come home to your latter days In peace Mordloux cried Tontl all aflame propOsedAs nearly two weeks from tomorrow as we can Tbejshlp is the Saint Honore and we sail from La IJb ch lleSWe will go with you suddenly spplw up Pompon and you need look no further for the 20000 francs Capt de Tontl and myself will furnish them as our share of the expedition Toad looked at his newlymade friend lna condition bordering up n stupefaction For himself he had pjoj money and this man Just out of the Bastille he knew could have none either A look from Pompon checked any exclamation of surprise that Jie might have made so he contented himself by offering his hapd to La Salle In token of his acceptance But how about the royal commis aba he asked Will that not be necessary Yes replied the explorer but leave that to me Today U esd antectamberqnFlday for myself I must go on to the pa l ace You see now why I Interrupted your toast Fill me another clue and pledge all health and success to tJI three members of the firm ql M Tontl and Company So saying he drained hitwine to the last drop and picking tp his hat and drawing forth his has kerchl ft waved a perfumed farewell iq the two men and left the room For a moment there was silence in the room Then Pompon spoke Fortune is a woman if Beglect her today expect not to rejtala her iotsaorrow She knocks oncq3t every aaans door he is a fool who does not Invite her in True mon ami replied the other and In this case If we once get her In we will bolt Abe door behind her so 4she cannot e2c peBltt tell me why did you offer the 20000 francs wk l1vieJaeB fso much as half a ftliteyou lined with rwifeaux ofvgbld rT ewl M aeasured with bsbel lt rl malialv kn z1Jii jr the cnlprMOoal re t 7ZI Pk ply Walt for me hue and Pom pop glided o tof the door and stole silently down the stairs He was back within a half hour bearing In his hand a mildewed bit of parchment lie summoned Tonti to the window where the light was good antI carefully un folded It- This happens to be a parchment written upon with a secret ink that dampness will not blur The day be fore M Fouquct was taken I learned of his proposed arrest and at consid erable risk warned him of his danger and begged him to flee while there was yet time He only laughed and said he would not run He wrote on this piece of parchment and handed It to me saying Mon brave Pompon I have buried the sun of 50000 francs In the place described here Take this and If I am arrested go and get the money and leave France at once He was arrested the very next day and I the day after before I had time to get the gold I managed to hide this pa per with my friend the cabaretler who furnished you with the dye be fore I was Imprisoned You see he has been faithful to my trust and nas kept It safe for me all these years So saying be thrust the paper before the astonished eyes of Tonti who read the first line as follows- Emnnrfctgjjyecmdcamsclrmrfc Tls all In cipher he exclaimed Yes the same that M Fouquet used and in which I wrote his secret messages responded Pompon But it is very simple Each letter is two places in the alphabet removed from the proper one So all you have to do Is to count ahead two letter each time The first line will then be Go to the village of Ecouen to the Bravo cried Tonti let us finish reading It They went on and after the whole had been deciphered the hidden mes sage read Go to the village of Ecouen to the inn called the Striped Ass Take out the middle floor brick in the row next to the hearthstone and pull on the Iron ring beneath it Then go to either end of the stone and bear your weight upon It The stone will turn and In the hole beneath It you will find two bags each containing thousand pis toles They are yours in token of many years of faithful service COrpo dl Bacco Two thousand pistoles exclaimed Tonti That will leave 30000 francs after paying M de la Salle What will you do with It 1 I think we can find a way to spend It WeY Yes ccrtalnement Have we not drunk to the health of M Tonti and Company We have much to do before we leave France and both of us may need to have a goodly sum of gold It will be a powerful ally In danger Devil take me Pompon If you are not right A full purse Is better than ten friends We shall need It too when we reach the new world for there will be many difficulties there to be overcome Money will make the pot boll though the devil pour water on the fire con cluded Pompon Ma foil mon ami I accept your contribution for the adventure I shall repay you my share out of the first load of beaverskins I sell But what am I saying The money Is not ours yet It may have been discovered be fore now or we may find the inn de stroyed Tls now 14 years since he gave you this paper and from a state of exaltation Tonti became suddenly sober and Crestfallen It Is good to fear the worst the best saves itself said Pompon The only way tosettle the question is to go there Do you know where Ecouen is Ma foil No It Is distant about our leagues from Paris By leaving here at eight oclock tonight we can ride there easily in two hours do what we have to do and be back by day It is for you to borrow 100 Hvrcs from your friends and hire a horse and an ass Leave the ass with the cabaretler in the Rue de Ia Tanerle and be yourself near the Porte Dauphin If you see a monk but by the gate mounted on an ass follow him but do not address nor try to come up to him until he speaks to the animal he rides I shall have to have a few Jlvres to get my disguise with so you had best be gone to borrow the money Par Dleu a good plan said Tonti fOr shall do It You beat me at the game of cunning but when real open fighting comes I shall do like this and seizing Pompon about the waist raised hip from the ground and by a suddEn powerful exertion held him aloft above his head with his two arms extended I have you now you weazel Where shall I throw you Your arm may be strong but my wit Is not wanting was the reply You know a mouse can gnaw a rope that a lion cannot break Come mon capltaine it is time now for work tomorrow we can play To Be Continued Political Joke of the 80- Durigthe late election at Stamford a violent tory went into the shop of a whig butcher What is your pleasure demanded the Hnlght of the cleaver I want a calfs head was the reply The butcher having two inquired of his tory customer which he would pre itera tory one or a whig one A tory one to be sure rejoined the customer Very well sir Ill send It home for you When the cook proceeded to dress it the brains were missing and the mas ter was speedily made acquainted with the circumstances when he returned to the butchers and indignantly In quired of him what had become of themAre you not aware sir replied cleaver that tory heads do not con tain brains And did you not choose a tory calfs head in preference to a whig oneHudson Rural Repository 1831 EaslandIShakspeares England courtship was not the prolonged and romantic affair It is now writes Henry T Finch In Harpers Magazine The younc fellows did not make and un roak engagements as they pleased without consulting their parents The eUqutte of betrothal was almost asJ formal and as rigid as that of marriage Is today It consisted of three observ- AnCMthe joining of hands a kiss and interchange of rings all in pres ence of witnesses and usually in church The man had to promise un der oath to take this woman whose namfils N to wife within forty days It Is needless to say that under such circumstances engagements never lasting as much as six weeks partners usually chosen by the parents mar rlagea at the age of fourteen Sail honeymoon trips uttoown there was opportunity than there Is now for Ute development toL rovamUr loya tl ri I I GRANDFATHERABRAHAM OUR BIBLE STORY by thehighway and Byway Preacher A Vision Between the Lines of COOs Inspired Word Uopjrlghl by 31L Edwn Scripture Authority And these are the days of the years of Abrahams life which he lived an hundred three score and fifteen year And Iraac was threescore ytars old when she Rebekah bare them laau tthd JacobQen 57 By faith he Abraham sojourned In the land of promise as In a strange country dwelling In tabernacles with Isaac and Ja cob the heirs with him of the some prom IseHeb rELL us that story again grandpa pleaded the child Ish voice eagerly What story questioned the grayhaired patrl arch his eyes twinkling in I s chlcvousiy and hesitating In a tantalizing way knowing full well what story the little Jacob wanted You know grandpa The one about Noah and how he built the ark and rode on the flood and the rainbow and Oh no tell us about Nimrod who was such a mighty hunter eagerly spoke up the other lad I like to hear how he killed the great beasts and was not afraid of anything Im going to be a hunter some day just like Nimrod and seizing a stick ly ing on the ground he swung it vigor ously above his head and brought It down with a sounding whack on the trunk of the great tree under which they were resting Thats the way Ill Knock the wild beasts I meet he crlad boastfully puffing with the energy he had put Into his blow Lets see Questioned Grandfather Abraham watching with evident satis faction the animation of one lad and the earnest fcc of the other Lets seehow many times have I told you the story of Noah Oh bout a thousand times I guess most admitted Jacob And how many times have I told you the story of Nimrod Abraham continued turning to Esau As many times as the ark story I suppose Esau reluctantly confessed a disappointed look stealing over his face as he began to realize that grand pa was not going to tell his favorite story again that afternoon On this particular day each seemed determined on having the story ne liked best But for some reason Abraham did not seem disposed to yield to either perhaps from a desire on his part to deal impartially and Inasmuch as he could not tell both stories he would tall neither or per haps it was because he had a story with a special point which he wanted for some particular reason to tell And while the boys tugged at either arm and pleaded he gazed out thought fully across the wide stretch of field where the herd3 browsed peacefully and at last asked Did I ever tell you the story of Cain and Abel No not the sad sad one of the fatal quarrel and the flight frohi home of Cain That was the sequel the culmination of earlier wrong doing for failure and crime are not hatched In a minute but are the cumu lative effects of earlier habits and misdeeds Did you know Cain and Abel grand par questioned Jacob who viewed the gray hairs of the old man as evidence that he had lived long enough to have known almost everybody about whom laughed as he replied Your grandtather has lived a good many years and Is getting pretty old a hundred three score and tenbut his acquaintance does not go back as far as that Noah told me the story as he heard It from the lips of his grand father Methuselah and Methuselah you will remember lived to be a vey very old man In fact he lived the longest of any man of whom we have any record and he heard the story from Adams own lips Is there anything about animals and hunting In the story grandpa broke In Esau who was impatient over the interruption and cared little whether his grandfather had known Cain and Abel or not In fact all he cared for In a story was the stir and action Details were wearisome to him He could wait all day to find out the nest Ing place of some coveted bird or he could study with greatest care and patience the habits of fox or hare so that he might be able to set his trap to capture them but to listen to dry facts or the details of a story he would not If he could help it Youll have to take the story as it comes and see for yourself Grandfather Is riot going to pick out the plums for you and leave the dry but whose some bread untouched responded the aged patriarch as he drew the buy closer to his aide and looked down earnestly Into his face He had long since come to realize that there was a depth to Jacob which was lacking In Esau and he was anxious to awaken In the latter an Interest and desire for something beyond the mere physical and material That morning a little episode had occurred which brought this characteristic of the lad fresh to his attention The two boys had been sent by their father Isaac with a message to one of the herdsmen down the valley direct Ing him to select two of the finest lambs In the flock and send them back by Esau and Jacob as he desired to make an offering unto the Lord and instructing the boys to be careful and see that no harm or Injury came to the lambs In bringing them home for said Isaac with emphasis our offer Ing to the Lord must be without blem ishThus admonished the brothers start ed off In good time they arrived at the point where the herd was feeding and having delivered their message and having been provided with two of splendidftockstarted back towards nome leading the Find African Sea Serpent Missionaries connected with the Llv ingstonlan mission on the shores of Lake Nyassa In central Africa vouch tot the statement that while a boat be longing to the British central and At rican administration was crossing the lake recentl It was attacked by a ppe cies of sea serpent The reptile which is described as being as thick as a mans leg tried to boa d the vessel and was with difficulty Wa ten off with oars sad piddle tr Ii l I I j i 7 120 gentle creatures by the long leathErS thongs Now It chanced that their pathway led over the route usually ttken by traders In their journeying to and fro between Egypt and the eastern country and it happened that day that they met a company of these merchants who had halted under the shade of the little grove of trees and were prepar ing to cook their meal having traveled durlnglhe cool of the early morning As the boys came up leading their lambs the fine appearance of the latter attracted the attention of the merchants and they offered to buy them We may not sell them f6r they are to provide an offering to the Lord which our father Is to make promptly spoke up Jacob and started on calling to Esau to follow But the latter lingered his eyes hav ing fallen on some of the merchandise which lay about Jacob walked on some distance and then noting that Esau was not behind him ie turned and looked back to see what had become of him Just as he was about to return and find out why he tarried he saw him leave the camp leading his lamb and waited where he stood for him to come up As he drew near be saw that the lamb he was leading was not the fine sleek one which he hidi brought from the herd and said Why Esau what have you done with your lamb and why have you this one instead 1 Well Its a lamb aint it and a good one too he ejaculated testily I traded my lamb for this and the merchants gave me this hunting knife to boot But you know how particular father is about the lambs for the offering aid you can see for yourself that It is poor and imperfect beside the other one Well I dont know why it is not as good to kill and burn up as the other one would have been he stubbornly contended And I have the knife too he added fondling It with a sat isfied air And thus it was that on their return home Isaac had sharply reprimanded Esau but the lad apparently did not realize why one lamb was not as good as another to offer to the Lord It troubled Grandfather Abraham and that afternoon as he saw the two boys coming towards hIm this other story of Cain and Abel came to his mind and he resolved to tell It and now that he had quieted them down and had their attention he began Cain and Abel were btln brothers just as you boys are andYfiey were about your ages or perhaps a little older at the time of our story Little did they realize then that they were to become the centers of the tragedy of that first khome They were bright active happy boys and their parent loved them dearly and sought In every way to Lave them grow up Into ways of usefulness and honor UoteCaln and Abel were probably twins and It Is thought that at this early period children were born Id pairs Cat vlnj You boys know how particular you father is In regard to the Sabbath day not willing that any york shall be per formed therein for the Lord after His six days of creative work rested on the seventh day blessing and sanctifying 1C Well Adam and Eve were as par theirboisThe customary toil and activities of the other days of the week ceased and the day was given over to rest and when the occasional sacrifice was offered it was offered on the seventh day Now Cain early manifested a liking for the fruitful fields while Abels de sires turned in the direction of the flocks and herds And in the course of time as the boys grew into sturdy strlpplings the father gave to each the desire of his heart To Cain he gave a small plot of ground and instructed him in the cultivation thereof A el ho took from his flocks some of the finest of his sheep and showed him how to tend them Thus the days passed and Cain and Abel seemed con tented and happy The family enjoyed life together and as we have said thor Sabbath days were carefully observed But one Sabbath day soon after Cain had been given his plot of ground he started for his field anxious to fin ish an arbor which he was building as a shelter In spite of the entreaties of his parents he persisted in going impatiently declaring it was no worse for him to do that than for Abel to watch his sheep and keep them from straying You see he was letting the mere desire of the present warp and twist his ideas of right and made him deaf to the advice and entreaties of his mother and father He was willful and wanted his own way right o wrongWell he flushed his arbor and very pretty place It was but he did not find the pleasure and comfort In It that he had expected for his conscience troubled him II he had only taken warning then and Instead of stifling the better nature within him had yielded to his better promptings and repented of his willfulness and wrong doing perhaps it would never have been said Butliethat pleasant arbor became the snare which led his feet farther and farther away from the right way for Instead of staying at home on the Sabbath days and listening to his father as he talked about God and sharing In tie worship and sacrifice he would slip off to his arbor and spend the day there Somehow you see he did not enjoy the worship of the Sabbath days because his heart was not right He did not want to hear about God He just wanted to know Cain and to please Cain And that is the other story of Cain and Abel concluded the grandfather But there blows the horn and supper must be ready Let us be going- I should like to have seen Cains arbor spoke up Esau as they stat ted homeward being apparently unimpressed by the moral teachings of the storyBut grandpa I should have thought he would have cared more about God and what God thought of him thoughtfully rejoined Jacob apparently deeply Impressed And grandfather patted his head ap preciatively and said with fervor God bless thee my son and make thee a blessing And then as though unwilling to leave Esau out he finished with And God will bless thee too my lad If you will but receive it She Found ItA St Petersburg newspaper says that Russia hemmed In on the west must eventually break through all bar riers and seek warm waters in the east There Is no doubt that she has recently got into some very hot water In that direction From Bad to Worse The Russian ships that were not in terred In a saltwatery grave are In terned and the Russian navy will fig ure in history as the ships that passe- dsaIjbtiI iJ t ttc Y f aI GEN BlACKMAH DEAD CommanderinGiiief of G A n Passed Away in Idaho He Succumbed To Nephritis Bod Will B e Embalmed and Taken To the Home of the Fam- Ily In Restore Boise Ida July 17Gen W W Blackmar commanderinchief of the Grand Army of the Republic died hereof nephritis His wife was with him during his illness The body will be embalmed and taken to the home of the family at Boston The general arrived on July 10 on a tour during which he in tended to visit Grand Army poss through the northwest He WAS when he arrived and gradually failed The seriousness of his condition was kept from the public at the request of his wife Gen Blackmar was born July 25 1841 at Bristol Pa He enlisted in the 15th Pennsylvania cavalry and sub sequently joined the First West Vlr OeD Wllmon W VBlaekmar glnia lie served jrith distinction through the war and at five Forks was promoted on the field by Gen Custer to the rank of captain Throughout three administrations those of Gore Long Talbott and Rice he was judge advocate general of Massachusetts At the last national en campment of the G A R he was elect ed commanderInchlef Boston July HExcept to two or three officials of the Grand Army the news of the death of ten Black mar was received with great surprise in this city The home of Gen Blackmar was in this city and since his elevation to the position of com manderinchlef the headquarters of he organization has been hereGen Blackmar is succeeded by John R King of Washington senior vice com mander TO THE NORTH POLE Lieut Robert E Pssry Starts on His Long Journey Nw York July 17Lleuf Robert E Pear started on his long journey In quest of the north pole Ills ship the Roosevelt which has been lying in the North river since Saturday night weighed anchor and got underway at ten minutes after 3 On board the vessel besides the explorers party were a number of guests and newspa per men who accompanied the ship as far as Sandy Hook where they were taken off by a navy yard tug sent out by Adm Coughnn A launch bearing a party of excursionists attempted to run close alongside of the Roosevelt after she was under way and nearly collided with her The Roosevet was saluted by all manner of steam and sailing craft on her way to sea THE RUSSIAN ENVOY Spent An Hour In Consultation With American Ambassador Meyer St Petersburg July 17M Witte 11Meyerthe Klelnmlchel palace discussing tha forthcoming peace conference Before leaving for Paris next Wednesday MI Witte will have still another audrence with the emperor In the meantime he must pay a round of official visits to all the Impertal ministers M Wit te Is expected to be the bearer of a personal message from the emperor to President Roosevelt Gen tinevltchs Forces Toklo July 17It is officially reported that Gen Llnevitchs forces pumber nearly 400000 and It is report ed that he is extensively using water transportation to bring forward men supplies and ammunition Gee B M Thomas Expire Dalton Ga July 17Gen B M Thomas died at his home in this city Peritonitis was the immediate cause of his death He was a graduate of West Point and a distinguished briga dier general in the confederate army Want Saturday Half Holidays Washington July 17Four hundred mechanics bf the government navy yard met and appointed a committee of two to confer with the president at Oyster Bay looking to securing Irom him an order allowing the navy yard employee Saturday half holidays Secretary Loebs Outing Oyster Bay N YJuly 17Secre tary and Mrs Loeb left Oyster Bay for a months sojourn In and near the Yellowstone National park They will make brief stops at Chicago and at Minneapolis Appeals For Protection Sofia Bulgaria July 17The Bulga rian government has sent a circular note to the representatives of the pow era In which the powers are asked to intervene for the protection of the Bulgarian population In the vilayet of Adrlanople1 Drowned In a Natltorium Memphis Tenn July 17 August Fust a young machinist was drowned lii a natotorlum and the fact that his V dy jay beneath the artificial pool was not known for morE than an hour after the drowning occurred Cousin of Gsa Wood Killed Weston Mass July 17fly the die charge of a shotgun which he had leaded for the purpose of shooting stray cats Thoma L Hagar a cousin of Maj Gen Leonard Wood was In stantly killed The top of his head was blown of- fataternnt Is Denied Philadelphia July 17The statement enanatlnc from Cincinnati that GeorgeS B Cox and August Hermann of that city have purchased a control ling interest In the Philadelphia Na Uonal League Baseball club U denied r Jft JJr 7 i tli 1L t tJ f TT WOULDNT HAVE IT KNOWN Man Didnt Sign Check Because His Benefactions Were Done Secretly Four or five ladies bustled into Jlr Ms thelhicagoWhat can Iilo for you ladies he asked pleasantly vihonwedidntscribe ukedAnlla vurthyones or you would not be inter Y eStlIir replied the 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that LWN CiFFEE has the Confidence of the people The uniform quality of LION COFFEE survives all opposition LION COFFEE bccpst Its old friend and Bikes new one every tar IIiioricoim Its Strength Flavor Qual ity to commend ft On arrival the plantatlenlt Is roast ed at our factories securely sacked la 1 Ib sealed packages not opened again antll needed Jor use la the home This preclades a r Sq94rf La S 5ij r ie 1ee i THE TEACHERS FOE A LITE ALWAYS THBEATEHED BY 5 NEBVOU8 PBOSTBATIOIT One Who Broke Down from Six Tears ot c Overwork Tells UoirShA Escaped Misery of Enforced lateness I had teaching in the city schools steadily for six years said Miss James whose recent return to the work from Avnich she was driven by nervous collapse has attracted attention They were greatly overcrowded especially in the primary department of which I had charge and I had been doing the work of two teachers The strain was too much for my nerves awl two years ago the came 2 1 vrris prostrated mentally and phy 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forsevera months and I cannot say enough in 2lfpraise of Dr Williams Fink Margaret M James is now living at No 123 Clay street Dayton Ohio Many of her fellow teachers have also used Dr Williams Pink Pills and are about their merits Sound digestion strength ambition and cheer fnl spirits quickly follow their use They theiSICK HEADACHE ICARtERS mc his eves mere than sad from and and been crisis then hard After Pills how pills need Pink Pills back from Pills Miss Positively curatE by these Idttle Fills They also relieve Die h tress from Dyspepsia la digestion and Too Hearty Eating A perfect rem Drowsiness Sad Taste In the Month CotttA 4Tongue Fsln In tbeEIde TORPID LtV ER ee regnbto the Bowels rarer vegetable SMALLPttL EcARTERSI edyforBlzztBessNKBea SMALLKSL Ges eMus8earF- acSimI r 1LREFUSE SUISTITUTES Facts Are Stubborn I IUniformI C ntury has steadily increased the sales of LION COFFEE 4C The leader of all package coffees popular is carefully enthusiastic SMALLP Signature the aosslbillty of adaltcrattea ercmitaet with germs dirt Jfdent Insects or Bacleaa hands The ahselate purity el LION COFFEE Is therefore aaaraiiteeii to the eeasamer Sold only in l lb packages Lionhead on everypackage 4 Save these Lionheads for valuable premiums SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE WOOLSON SPICE CO Toledo Ohio 51 odProduci JJL I Nit to WltfeMt flee to Year Nose they Are Alwiyt Jteatfy to Serve 4BonelessBrisket Beef Soups Jellied Hock flaked means j Aur Grocer Ttaf Booklet How to Make Gtod Things to JTaf tent frt rlLibby McNeil Libby Chca JLewis and ClarkT Exposition 156 Ckioit Is PMnA ri rifMra tviiy day this iwimtr ll ifThe first great exposition of the resources and theprod ucts of the Great Northwest will be held at Portland Oregon this summer Portland is best reached via the Chicago Milwaukee It St Pau Railwayi i Choice of routes is offered Via St Paul had Minneap61i the route of The Pioneer Limited via Omaha and Ogden the route ofThe Overland Limited or via Omaha and Denver past the wonderful panorama of Rocky Mountain scenery Another good route is via Kansas City and the Southwest Limited It is a good time now to plan your trip F A MILLERSGeneral Passenger Agent Chicago fIc iY 4 IN THE PUBLIC STB IRev Joseph W Cross the oldest liv ing alumnus of Harvard college And the Andover Theological seminary cel I ebrated recently his ninetyseventh birthday Daniel T Jewell of St Louis who will be ninetyeight years old In September and who recently retired from practice is probably the oldest attor 5neyin the United States eigMiss Minnie Baldwin is president of a bank in Wister I T She is also iiamong the Incorporators of the insti tution and will assume direct manage 4meat The concern has s capital of 25000 I QBrig Gen T J Wint has taken t con mand of the northern division of the United States army with head quarters at Denver His career covers almost half a century of strenuous IsI service J1e ls a native of Pennsyl r Tania htryed through the elth 4Warwith She Sixth Pennsylvania regi ment Hi P Bledsoe son of the man whose life suggested to John Hay the poem Jim Bludso of the Prairie Belle Is living In Denver The elder Bledsoe lived la Warsaw nearly all his lifeP I and was a famous character among river men In the old days The old juan who died three months ago always kept up correspondence with t Mr Hay 1N Mrs Howard Gould has the finest eprivate collection of birds in the United States in some respects excell rlog the aviaries at the New York zoological gardens Not onlt has she made it a pastime to gather from all the quarters of the globe remarkable and beautiful1 specimens of the feath ery tribe but she has also made it a Btudy and a science Everybody knows Russell Sage as a financier Only a few remember that at one time In his career he represent I a ed a New York district in congress 1Bewas elected to the Thirtythird con gress as a whir taking his seat De cember 1853 On the second day of j z the session he participated In a discus- eion regarding the creed of a clergy man who had been suggested for chAp- laint of the house From that time on he look motive part In the deliberations of that body proving himself a strong debater but doing his best work in committee HTJSICIAXS AND WRITERS tS4 J JosefHofmann the great pianist is a clever electrician and devotes nearly all his spare time to the science 4 a Pof Angelo Hellprln who conducted an exploration of Mont Pelee i Is s4 working on a new edition of thpronbunclng Gazette r of the World Dr Richard Strauss gets 500 as an 5S4 honorarium for conducting perform f ance It is su posed to be the largest feV Sc paid to a composer for conducting the rrePrOduction of his own worksI Mrs Luke the author of that popular hymn I Think When I Read That Sweet Story otOIds to have a tribute I paid her The Fulwood Congregational chapel at Stapleboy England is to be i restored and opened free of debt on tier hymnk5Prof John K Blame who has Justy retired from the chair of music at Har varjl Is 66 years old For Just half his I was connected with the depart ment of music at Harvard first llnstructor and afterward as fun profes sor having ben th4 first occupant of i thchalr SaraaateV the reat Spanlshvlolinist w hai like most musicians a belief in itLsmansj His particular mascot Is In a tiny replica in silver of the fsjoous Guarnerlus violin on which Paganlnl used to play Sarasaie would riot dare to play at a concert unless this little vIolin were somewhere about his J on There Issomethlng almost pathetic In remarks with wiilth Mme Paderewski 4 ISjXTedltedrJtMat htr husband simply daznot cut his hair He mlghVdeslre to havea head as trimly neat and b smopth aa greyhound says his wife bulthe public would not let him Were hi5to abate his ambrosial locks to evEn htt their present proportions the mujc t rsof London and Newlyork would ti crji out d1t he persisted In shorten inghls halrlhey would desert him for a new Idol CAWStrCH THINGS WAS f Theres many a sllpwhen It Is red JC good nAme Is worth twoJn the bulb The early bird may live to fight any otl er dart r q 4 When the cats away look not upon the wine 4ji bird In the hand catches tee first t fr w hnSd The mice will play twlkt the cup and 4 the lip J q Early to bed and early to rise maketh Sd Vthheart sickk k UHopedeferred makes a Biari healthy b wealthy and wise w 1JIwho fights and runs awayjv rather o e cbosenVtkkngreat riches t COKMESCIAI CUBKEKCT I f About 90900 tons of butter1 are made yearly in Great Britain 4 fcrporUif AmerlcanbuHt autpmo Diles have 1sreasedV4O per cent during l th IastWthLVf The largest lour mill in the British 41 Empire I Ji MoBtreal Itturns out 5000 r barrels of flour a day lr Handspun thread used for the Tery 1Inst Brussels lace of all costs sOme t JtlB1S asmuch as 240 perjpound L j oulbulldrelland twenty million eggs sad Hundredweight or butter VVre expcfrom Denmark to the I United Klagdom during 1904 o f L li t itCOMES A TIME 4 ifr ea Coftee Saows What It Kaa V Del g f f edfwas to VV Bl eme Jy8and dizzy iLBdlt e1ltyUI eke up my blood j The eavieat waswhen It upsetmr VdeatmylagVRiy ap 1 r peIte and malag me aerro s aHdlr terCJjonear toqllltJSt ti rlt went rlgivto the spot I found Itjot oaly a most palatable and re 1 rlOj rh1ng beverage but a food aa well All my allBsents tsefeglnesa1 and iBiawrtBe uaaaUafactory condition t r 4 o1ootiti7 1eo eei anrir t itabI y sappeared it short order V4 a sorely ajBlcted atpaaich B giaa qiOckly to recover 1btibtofn t reuiM aadyhave steadily oeatinued Haiti ncw Have a good appetite afid i ti aML rejeia In sjouafi health which f J I wetBilae uwof Poetum Food Cofr 1 fu Nsuaegivea by Fofitum Co Eat i tk Creek Tilci Theres a reason Hv Readme little book The Road to WJJylu i torU ii wtcti pkg i j rI VI i i ii1t 1 3 cf j 0t cr i c iiiI y p 4 ifr c t j ir l t l f J fr t- trg1 f Jfrf tL p 7Jio 1 u 1 NEWS NOTES OF GENERAL NTEREST Intelligence Collected and Given to Our Readers in a Con v densed Form DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN ITEMS A Summary of Prominent Events That Have Taken Place During the Past Few DaysThe Movements of Governmtnt Officials The Russian government has been notified that Japan will not agree to an armistice pending negotiations that Japan will feel free to continue Her military In Manchuria until plenipotentiaries have agreed upon terms of peace Plans for the reinforcement of Gen LInevUchft armies are keeping pace with the preparation for peace nego tiations The 19th army corps has re celt d marching order M Muravleff has resigned his posl tldn as chief peace plenipotentiary It may be regarded as practically certain that he will be replaced by M Witte president of the committee of ministers Emperor Nicholas has signed the ap pointment of M Wltte president of the committee of ministers to be chief plenipotentiary representing the Rus sian government in the peace negotia tions to be conducted next month in the United StatesVM Wltte Is shouldering the task of conducting peace negotiations on be hAltof his country in a patriotic spirit but with a fun realization of the dim culties before him and the knowledge in advance that even if he succeeds he can not secure terms which the Rus fclan chauvinists Will regard as otherwise than humlltMlng- Baron Komura the Japanese minis ter of foreign affairs who Is the principal envoy qt Japan to the conference Is ten route now from Japan and is ex pected to reach New York about the SOth nst If M Wltte the chief plenl pbtentlary of Russia shall have art rived by that time the reception to the envoys by the president probably will take place at Sagamore Hill on August President Roosevelt received the new ambassador from Russia Baron Roman Romannovltch Rosen at Saga more Hill Rosen took luncheon with the president and Mrs Roosevelt The salaries ofthe Russian peace plenipotentiaries have been fixed at UQO par day each besides an allow ane of 7500 for traveling and other expenses It is learned from a high authority fiat the plans for the Investment of Vladivostok are now well under way and that a Strong force has been land ed In the ylclnityof Posslet bay while another Is onttheway from Genian marching through Northern Korea 4f Gen Trepoff assistant minister of tbe interior lanot the next victim of the assassin It will not be due to lack of warning at the hands of the Ter zorletsVIt is officially announced at Toklo that the Russian c nter holding Dar line and vicinity was attacked July 11 and offered stubborn resistance The Attack was renewed at dawn of July It when 4h Japanese dislodged the Russians driving them In the direc Lion of Mauka This victory ensures complete occupation of South Sakha lin by the TapaneVAdm Yamada commanding a squad ron sent north on a reconnaissance reports that the Russian cruiser Izum rad is a complete wreck arid that there Ii no hope refloating her She ran on a reef Acting Attorney General Hoyt re celted from Secretary of Agriculture Wilson the papers in the cotton report Investigation United States District Attorney Morgan Hi Beach will probe Into the whole jfabJect and make a thorough Inquiry It will be determin rwhethr there Iany statute under which aV criminal prosecution may be dlreetedalnstEdwln S jHolmes for JoSr associate statistician who was dismissed Itis alleged because he juggled figures in the government cp p estimates and furnished advance Information to New york brokers An American flag was torn down from In trbntof the city hall London tint and trantpled under a hundred feet as the renUttof a remark made by an American visitor at the Orange mens demonstration Presliirat Roosevelt asuredlabor leaders who called on him that his recent order in regard to the Chinese thehancouthyVThe 20th annql reunion of the Be nevoies and Protective Order of Elks wift beTheid In Denver in 1906 One ballot decided that at the grand lodgo ajteUnff tVhen Mrs ctarles H Oelrlchs returned to hr Cottage at Newport R Ssheilts400 had been taken from the dressing seVThe Oklahoma and Indian Territory statehood convention called toset forth the aentlfcient of the people oi ihe two territories adopted a rAolitlon demanding admittance to the union as ona free and Independent state WE EtSerldge and A N Davis twjj promlceitrmen Joint owners of a sawmill at HIckbry Miss engaged In a duel both being lUlled One person was killed and seven oth 41a injured and two houres wrecked In Pjttsburs as a result of a natural gas An explosion of Ireda in No 2 jjii of theUnlied ittionai colliery at Wa i tow In the Rhgndda valley th center of the great els coal flejds irfaellevett to have resulted In the loss pt at least 120 lives Sixtyeight bod ies hay been recovered The Tro jHirj Makers unIon of New York has trkfor an advance Jn wasj a tenhour working day and roe Pttien of heun There areQ1O tfbutcrs makers outln 250 shops VCtRt Dpe of the steamer Copdor a Mobl1e Ala from Celbu rtWrtOhat the negro McGill who murdered the cteiJ and eight passer gers of the cattle et earner Olympia l1aabeenlynched The River Shipbuilding Co has otlfledrB secretary of the navy that the battleih Vermont will be launch ed at the ship Trard of that company at Qulncy MastAusust 31 Thirteen deaths attributed to the hot weather wEre r d New York In addition a Biiofaoreofpersons were overeo 8iebytha heat and art mtor trfatjjftft fr tjty hospitals t0 Ci+M 2 i SV1Ii jI lIr tCt w Fur the first Urns siase he began his campaign for municipal reform Mayor Weaver of Philadelphia received a setback at the hands of common coun cil when that body did not comply with his request to authorize him to em ploy special counsel to represent the city In the matter of certain contract that are to be brought before the courtsIt reported that Francis B Loomis In to be made ambassador to Japan Ii has been for several days rumored that Lloyd C Griscom ROW minister to Ja pan Is to succeed Mr Loomis In the state department Sweeping reductions In the salaries of various officials and employee of the Equitable society were made by Chair man Morton James H Hyde of the Equitable Life Assurance society resigned as vice president of the Commercial Trust Coot Philadelphia and the directors of that company accepted the resigna ton James W Alexander formerly president of the Equitable Life Assurance society continues very III He Is in such a condition that all knowledge of the recent developments In the society have been kept from him The antiAmerican sentiment among the Chinese Is subsiding and It was never as widespread as had been represented In the oil hearing at Kansas City W H Hawkins who was superintendent of tank wagons testified that men were hired to follow the wagons of the Independent companies to see where they stopped and how much oil they sold Whenever necessary to take trade from their competitors rebates were paid by the Standard amounting some times to 3500 a montiGen Horace Porter former ambas sador to France and more recently the senior special American ambassador appointed to receive the body of John Paul Jones returned home on the steamer Deutschland After resting In a vault at Oak Hill cemetery Washington since his death last December thebody of James N Tyher former postmaster general as sistant attorney general and represen tative In congress from Indiana was finally Interred in the family lot at Oak Hill Jt is estimated that the Kansas wheat crop for this year will be at least 82500000 bushels From reports being received the wheat is threshing out exceedingly well According to an announcement made at the navy department the battleship Oregon of the Asiatic fleet has won the trophy for the highest scores made by vessels of the battleship class at the last annual target practice The tame vessel won the trophy a year agoAt the cabinet meeting it developed that the Danish ministers were In full agreement that Prince Charles of Den mark should accept the crown of Nor way if King Oscar and the other courts most concerned expressed their ap provalMr Rockhill the American minister at Peking has cabled the state depart flent that the Chinese government is vigorously opposing the threatened boycott of American goods Business failures In the United States for the week ending July 13 number 166 against 127 last week 203 In the like week of 1904 and 173 in 1903Secretary of War Taft and those ac companying him on his way to the Philippines arrived at Honolulu and were met at the wharf by a delegation of territorial officials and prominent residentsSan Hill the district bounded by Amsterdam and West End ave nues and 61st and 63d strceets New York socalled because of its notoriety as a battle ground was the scene of a furious rice riot which required 250 policemen to quell after many shots had been fired and several persons had been seriously Injured The servant girl problem In the Appleton WIs district has been partial ly solved by the employment of Indian girls who have graduated from ths gov ernment schools Several are now In the kitchens of families in Appleton- In compliance with a request from citizens In the vicinity of Edwards vllle Ill the state board of health sent an Inspector to make an Invest gation of a report that wholesale ex humation of bodies is being made bra railway excavating along a right of way near a county poor farm Typhoid fever is epidemic at Col llnsburg Pa There are about 30 houses in the village and in every houpe there are from one to five cases of the disease Five children of a fam ily named Lltt have died and a num ber of other families have lost from one to two members The 300th anniversary of the dis covery of the Hudson river by Hen rick Hudson is to be celebrated by the opening In New York city of the greatest International exposition that has ever been seen- GenNelllOn A Miles sailed for Eu rope on the American liner St Louis with ha son Lieut Sherman Miles for a short sojourn abroad The acceptance by France of the In vitation to take part In the Interna tional conference on Morocco was dis patched by special messenger to the sultan The messenger Is expected to arrive at Fez July 19 Count Schuvaloff prefect of Moscow was shot and killed as he was reedy lug a number of petitioners The as sassin escaped in the excitement which followed the shooting but was later Dwyer and seven Chinese were killed by anexploslpn at the G5 ant Powder works ten uilles from Oakland Cal Dr Edwin Stanton Fowler 77 for 40 years a wellknown physician In- 8pt1ngfteldm is dead In 1866 he Wll democratic candidate for congress In that district against United States Senator Shelby M Cuilom Japanese bonds to the amount of 50000000 onethird ofthe entire bond issue were opened for subscription In Boston Tile banking houses handling Jhe bond Issues report heavy applica tions A press representative able to state on good authority that a German Swedish alliance is seriously contem plated A dispatch from Warsaw says thai 200 people were killed or wounded In three street riots between soldiers and Strikers The strikers demanded that the landlords reduce their rent by 20 per centVJ J Terrell state land commission er has been Informed that a ledge of gold and sliver ore of fabulous rich ness has been discovered In Klniiey county Texas A contribution to the United States treasury conscience fund received car ties the total amount beyond Che 400 XII mark Tfce conscience fund was- estEbUahed fl1 lSl r i ill et Two burglars chloroformed Mrs Ber tha Cohen as she lay sick in her bed on the third floor of her home at 1452 Fifth avenue New York tied her wrists and ankles tore two rings from her fingers jerked out her ear rings and then looted a wardrobe The Arbogst Bastian Co of AI lentown Pa whose extensive provis ion house was destroyed by fire call mates Its loss at 400000 Insurance 200000An e shock was distinctly felt In ConcorVN H Reports from the city of Manchester and other points Indicate that a distinct shock was ex perienced over the southern section of the state The boiler of an Atchison Topeka Santa Fe freight engine exploded at Kingmnn Arlz killing Engineer Cope land and Fireman Bryant and completely wrecking the engine The motion for a new trial of thi case of United States Senator Jnbn H Mitchell was overruled by Judge D Haven In the United States court at Portland Ore and the attorneys f r the defense askedfor a week In which to file a bill of exception and a writ of errorA months sentence to prison for a passing street flirtation with a mar tied woman was Imposed on Benjamin F Smith who arrived from St Louis by Magistrate Steinert New York American flour exporters who have been doing a profitable business In China have suffered a serious blow be cause a recent shipment proved to con tain poison and caused the death of many natives Despite the slightly lower tempera ture and a brisk northwest breeze the deaths from heat In New York reached the highest number of the summer for there were 22 victims Former Speaker of Congress David B Henderson Is tailing rapidly He Is at his home In Dubuque la suffer lag from paresis At times he Imag- Ines he Is in the speakers chair and at others on the battlefield Ralph Leete 83 an attorney and capitalist died at Ironton O He was au thor of the Great Seal of Ohio and a personal friend of President Lincoln and Chief Justice Chase The Arkansas antitrust law was declared valid by the supreme court of the state two justices dissenting from the opinion Wllda Johnson a young woman Is under arrest at Owatonna Minn charged with having put poison Into a well on the farm of John L Johnson and with having sent an orange containing strychnine to Mrs Lundstrom a daughter of Jackson who Is a teach er In the county schools Louis Apgar aged 65 married and a grandfather killed himself In Jersey City by shooting as a result of sen sational disclosures which terminated in the granting of a divorce to George M Meyers against Clara E Meyers Apgar was named as the corespond entThe paymaster of the SlossSheffleld Co was held up at Littleton near Birmingham Ala and robbed of 6 000 In a fight with the officers later one of the highwaymen was killed and the other escaped The money was re coveredThomas McFadden 15 and William Franz 14 were drowned in the Me nominee river while bathing near Mil a marriage license recently Is sued It was learned that Gen Ben J Vlljoen formerly of the Boer army was married In St Lams to Mrs Myr tie DIckerson Lowden of Pittsfield III The Chautauqua held a special me morial service tor the late Secretary of State John Hay at Atlantic City N J The eulogy was delivered by st mon Wolfe former congressman from New York United States Senator William A Clark of Montana continues to rally satisfactorily from the operation which he underwent for the removal of an ab icess of the brain Charles Burchett and Charles Ste vens both sons of prominent farmers were drowned In the Coon river west of Dallas Center la Ueorge and William Gibbons broth era were drowned while bathing In n lake near Olathe Kan In the presence of her mother Bes- sIe Barnes 15 was shot dead on the street In front of her home in St Lou IsMrs Mary Carder 30 Is under ar rest charged with the shooting which Is said to have been the culmination of ill feeling between the two families Presldent Roosevelt has determined that the scand growing out of tho cotton report leaks in the department of agriculture shall be probed to the bottomA of over 2000 persons fought with the police In a wild scramble to gain admittance to the dedication services of the new synagogue of the Congregation Snarls Sphard St Louis A number were clubbed but none seri ously hurt- Troops at Gadsden Ala were called out to prevent the lynching of Vance Gardner In jail with five others charg ed with criminal assault and murder of Mrs C J Smithwhite a widow The mob composed of 300 men lacked a leaderSixtyseven indictments against 25 indlvidurls most of whom are former county cBclals were handed down by the grand Jury at Milwaukee and the probing of tile jury still gcies on The last batch of true bills added to the 38 returned ten days ago makes a total of 105 thus far The Japanese peace mission Is ex pected to reach New York about the last of julr- Benjamln Webb Williams 91 who a generation ago wai a pioneer in con ducting lecturing tours In the United States died at his home in Dorches ter Mus- Wltba revolver in each hand and two other revolvers in easy reach Mrs Annie Mogrldge proprietress of a gro In South Memphis Tenn foriwcr hours held at bay a posse of officers who sought to eject her from her home ThePrlncess of Wales lave birth to a son at Eangraham palace Both the mother and child are doing well Mr and Mrs Thomas kerouac of St Herbert N Y who had only been mar tied a year were drowned together In Lan Grand Foucheby the leaking and subsequent foundering of a boat lij which they wet rowing The burglarizing over a month alO- of the home of former Gov Richard Yates Springfield JH has Just trans plred On June 7 the colored coach man Clarence Gal wood disappeared and not until a week later was it dis covered that upwards of 2000 worth of jewels belonging to Mrs Yates bad disappearedS gjAn attempt to detain Pearys Arettc ship Roosevelt has been made by er sons who notified the treasunrfdepart ment that thevessel had left Port land Me without clearance papers The government iw posed a fine pf omcJallmPtl1 c tl =KENTUCKYS NEW CAPITOL Bids For the Magnificent Structure Must Be In By August Covington Ky July 15 Avchltects plans for the new Kentucky state cap itol work on which Is to be begun within the next few months have been completed and are being examined by local architects and contractor at the omces of the builders exchange The plans aside from the magnitude of the work are of Interest to Cincln natlans and Ohloans generally through the tact that they represent the labots of an Ohio architect Frank M An dr ws of Dayton O Bids for the contracting work of the buildings are now being received and will be closed August The new structure Is to be an impos In gone and It Is to be built of stone brick steel and concrete It will be rectangular In form its dimensions be ing approximately 400 by 180 feet by 47 feet In height and It will face the northThe building will be thoroughly modem In Its equipments It will consist of four floors with attic and basement A grand dome will surmount It rising 135 feet above the roof Its archlec ture will be Ionic- BLACKSMITHS SHACK He Compelled the County To Pay 4 000 For His Lease Louisville Ky July 15Patrlck KIrley a blacksmith has forced the county of Jefferson to pay him 4001 for the lease on the onestory shack at Center antI Green streets which ho occupied as a shop at a rental of S16 a month It is on the site of the new armory to be built at a cost of 400000 KIrleys lease was not considered when the site was bought lie had Dptlon for a fiveyear renewal and anIer the county exhausted every to get rid of him It had to coma to crms BREAKS THE RECORD The Per Capita Tax For the School System In Kentucky Frankfort Ky July 13Superln tendent of Public Instruction Fuqua bed tbe per capita for the public school system at 325 for the year lading June 30 190C which breaks the state record This is on a basis of 12420000 the total resources of the ichool fund certified by Auditor Ha er The school census on which this basis Is made complied by Superin tendent Fuqua through county super intendents Is 731000 children of school age A FAST MILE May Earl a FourYearOld Filly Went It In 211 S Lexington Ky July 15llIkeBow erman drove the fouryearold filly May Earl by San Metea out of Annie Earl by Erlmonta mile in 211 the fastest time made over the local track this season May Earl Is the property of John T Stewart and is considered by such good judges as John Splan to be the best horse in training In Central Kentucky The fastest mile trotted heretofore by this promising filly was 313 made last Saturday Fought With a Burglar Louisville Ky July HI1 a duel with a burglar Dr O R Reesor was shot in the shoulder During the fusil lade Dr Reesor fired twice and the burglar three times One of the bullets fired by the burglar was found Im bedded In the kitchen door After Interurban Route Lexington Ky July 16A B Du pont and E B Caldwell of Detroit Mich accompanied by their attorney Charles Flower are here looking over the interurban railway franchises of the Central Kentucky Interurban Co with a view of purchasing Its holdings To Reorganize the Bank London Ky July 15At a meeting of the directors of the Citizens bank It was decided to reorganize the bank and change the system from a state to a national bank Steps will be taken at once to make the change Kicked To Death By a Mule Henderson Ky July 15 Thornton the tenyearold son of Circuit Clerk Wynn G Mosely was killed by being kicked by a mule He was struck In the head by both of the animals et producing almost instant death Medical Society Meeting Frankfort Ky July 15The Ken tucky Midland Medical society met In their 37th quarterly session at the Cap ital hotel here About 25 physicians members of the society were in at tendance MARKET REPORT Cincinnati July 15 CATTLECommon U 25 4 00 Heavy steers 4 65 5 2- 5CLYESExtra 625 4J 6 50 HOGS Ch packers 5 75 5 85 Mixed packers 5 70 li1 5 75 SHEEPExtra 4 65 4 75 LAMBS Spring 80 8 50 FLOURSpring pat 6 00 635 WHEATNo 2 red 90 9- 2No2red n CORNNo 2 mixed 59 No2 white 59 OATSNo2 mixed 33 j RYENo2 new 65 70 HAY Ch timothy 12 60 PORK Clear mess 14 10 lARD Steam 7 12 7 25- BUTTERCh dairy 14 Choice creamery 22 APPLES Choice 3 50 4 00 POTATOESPer bbl 1 25 1 50 TOBACCONew 5 00 4J13 00 Old tp 4 50 14 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter vat 60 OS 20 WHEAT No 2 red 90 9- 1No8red 95 106- CORNNo2 mixed 5- 7OTSNo 2 znyd 32 32 RYENo 2 75 PJOBK Mes 12 65 12 70 LARD Steam 7 05 7 07Vi New York FLOUR Win strts 4 60 t 4 65 VHPATNO 2 red 1 00 CORNNo2 mixed 62 CATS No 2 mixed S5 36 RYE Western S2j FORK Mess 13 50 14 25 LARD Steam 7 30 I Baltlmori WMEA Ted 90 9- 01CORNNo 4 2 mixed 61 611k CATTLESteers 4 00 4 50 oHEEP No 1 3 00 3 50 A4i LouIsvill- eMORNNo 2 mixed t 60 2 mixed 36 OATS No 2 mUea 0 35 PORKMess 011 00 LARD Steam 0660Indianapolis WHEATNo 2 red 90 CORNNo 2 mixed 55 QATSQ 2 mixed qp 31 Ji i DENTISTS ENTERPRISE Took Unique Method of Making Peo pIe Aquainted with His Bust ness A young man with ingenuity to warrant recently identified him self with a Milwaukee church that bouts cOJlgregatonsitlam Ofjferingfinally asked to sene in the capacity of alacrityAminister noticed that he handed each per- SOPC slip of white paper At first the v enepespurposes is usually inclosed but after a few Sundays of assiduous work on the of the usher the minister decided to investigateHe that the young mtn was bandinlReads Like a Miracle I7thSpeeialBordering of Mrs IScnj Wilson of this place SufI feting fiom Sugar Diabetc she away till from weighing 200 Ibs she barely the scales at 130 lbs Dodds Kidney Pills cured her Speaking of her cure her husband says trtjmSugartwo doctors but re ceived no benefit She had so much pain allover her that she could not rest day or night The doctors said that she could not tryDoddsright from the first Five boxes of them cured her Dodds Kidney IilU were a Godsent remedy to us and we recom KidneyDiseaie KidneyDiseasesall Kidney ache including Rheumatism huedevelopedexcept in the matter of dodging and swearing Washington Block Island R L Sweltering humanity is continually on th a summer resort with all that that much abused term means and whichwill approach somewhere near the enervatinKinHuencesthe nocalled temperate zone Block Is land R I which lies twenty miles eastward of Montauk Point Island hM1 like Fire Island Long Island been best known to a few wise ones as part of the temperate zone that is always coolhot days on this quaint island being absolutely unknown The PS eather Dure1U reports 66 degrees as the average a fact easily accounted for because the island lies twen tlandwinds coming across miles of the oceans cooling surface The little Island is seven miles long and precipitousstrewn gravelly beaches and furnish giO rious points of vantage from which to en joy the grand water view and the green sward of the Island which rolls down to the South until it meets the ocean and bathinJbeachimproved by enzineering skill It hat great fleets of pleasure Veil atI the staunch and hardy fishingioats which include in their continual catches the sword fish whose flesh is as toothsome aI his nature is villainous To the lovers of shells and other marine life Block Island is a perfect paradise This Islandof course is th lighthousellife saving station also all modem civilization including churches libraryA has just been established making the journey from New York to Block Island in hours The Long Is Lityfootthe American who is hunting for a coo spot at Fort Pond Bay Montauk Point at 136 p m and fast and staunch steamer Montauk makes the trip to Block Island landing the happy tsaveler at 300 p m and here in a free from mosquitoes and wbertmalana is un known a happy summer may be wakinghourtime a weeks sojourn gives all the benefits of an ocean voyage with none of s discomforts For the martyr of that dreaded and little understood disease called rosecold and hay fever Block Island has long been known as natures sanitarium and many a sufferer looks forward to the time spent on Block Island with heartfelt gratitude as here and here alone he Has been free from a scourge that other territories and dosing have done little to allayIA lidis of steam it rattleSt Lbuis GlobeDemocrat An Important Legal Victory Allen S Olmsted of Le Roy N Y is the inventor and proprietor oi Foot Ease a wellknown proprietary article of merit and enjoying a large sale all over the worldIlir Olmsted has been a heavy advertiser and has been able to make a trademark of great value Others have noted this with jealous eye and have sought by underhand methods and by copying to steal the benefits to be had publicMrpetitors into the Supreme Court of New York State which recently an injunction with costs restraining the of powierform or design or1 otherwise The entire advertising fraternity of the United States owes a debt of gratitude to Mr Olmstwl for takinlthis firm stand against the buccaneers ot who having no inventive power themselves are always willing tq profit by another lnains and by meth ods akin to those of the come social highwaymen in stealing the benefits of long extensive and clever advertising A good manr big men do a lot of mighty little things VVSVIrll1Ve AVfegetoUePreparatioflforAs IheFoodandRegula llngtticstoad aM Bow1sof Ih1aIIIuIlIuI1IPromotes uI ness andRestContains neiiher OpiumMorphine nor Miner- alNorNARCOTIC AsvtdicvLzgmlaRApezfccteaiedyforCoaflpg I arrkiea WormsConvuIskmsJcwrish ness and Loss or SLEEP FacSimile signature of NEW YORK VI b awI SI I N S EXACT copy OF WRAPPER a f f p Cure For The Blues ONE MEDICINE THAT HAS NEVER FAILEI HealthFully Restored and the Jy of Life Regained When cheerful brave lighthearted woman is suddenly plunged into that perfection of misery the BLUES it a wayShe JMrs Rosa Jldai1iJfor some time head has ached and backalso has slept poorly been quite nervous and nearly fainted once or veryfastand during her menstrual period she is exceedingly despondent Nothing pleases her Her doctor says Cheer up you have dyspepsia you will bo all right soon But she doesnt get all right and hope vanishes then come the brood jag morbid melancholy everlasting walt until your sufferings have drjyen you to despair with your nerves all shattered and your courage gone VegetableStreetLouisvilleeral Roger Hanson CSA She writes Dear Mrs Hnkham whatLydiahas clone for me I suffered with emale troubles extreme lassltutleI the blues nervousness and that allcone feeling I was VegetableCompound perfedhealthyounger days has returned and I do not BU- ffer any longer with despondency as I did before I consider e table Compound a boon to sick and suffering womenpIf some of the female organism write Mrs Pinkham Lynn 4us for advice ISounded Just That Way During a recent examination in Amer jean history in one of Hartfords schools the question was put What was the Mayflower This is the thor ougbl logicalreply of one good little AmericanThe Mayflower and the Speedwell started together from England and the Speedwell went to peaces and sunk and Mayflower P O Box 297 Little Rock Ark Last spring and summer I used Dr PushecksKuro with marvelous results 1 regard this remedy as the wonder of the ase For years I have suffered with Nervousness and when I got up nom ings would be dizzy and for moments would have blind staggers I have been under the care of four physicians their treatment did not do me a particle of good I have used three packages of Iushecks Kuro and am now a well and happy woman PushecksKuro has cre new blood and flesh for me since using it I have gained 30 pounds 1 lose no opportunity to recommend itto my many here Vera respectfully Mrs W up S After a IIuccessfulmediMllcolmpaign the worm orto Rico a similar one might be undertaken in tnis country It is anaemia that troubles the trampsSt Louis GlobeDemocrat S ConlumjtiolLIRobbin Norwich N Y Feb 17 S Be sure youre wrongthen see how much you can out of itLife- A WOMANS MISERY Mrs John LaRue of 115 Paterson Avenue Paterson NJ says I was troubled for about nine years and what I suffered no one will ever know I used about every known reme dy that is said to be good for kidney cpm plaint but without deriving pettna nent relief Often when alone in the house the lack ache has been so bad that it brought tears to my eyes The pain at times was so intense that 1 was compelled tu give tip my household duties and lie down There were head aches dizziness and blood rushing to my head to cause bleeding at the nose The first box of Deans Kidney PiUs benefited me BO much that I continued the treatment The stinging pain in the small of my back the rushes of blood to the 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on a palerd to any fuhllcrifJllon1lt one year for one dollar FIX months for sixty cent three months for thlftv five teents t THURSDAY JULY 201005 ANNOUNCEMENT FO R REPRESENTATIVE Wo arc authorized to announce I Chue K Day of Morehoad a can RepreentajlS f let subject tn the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Wallet Sharp of Sharpshurg ns a candidate fur Representative from ubjcet10thIparty t rt THE State public school per capi ta this year is 325 and tho teach ers have occasion to rpjntre i 1 CHINA trying to butt into tho tfufsoJupttnesu peace convention 44 Japan buys fur China to go get a ireputationizrJ Tits Equitable gratters find pub i lie Uphl1111lIt formidable forco since their exposure and would rather r they hadnt done it THE imnression continues tO- t grow that Uncle Sam has biuen off 4more thnn ho ear masticate in I starting to digthu PaiiHiuii Canal New YUKK business men are trying to secure tbo diecontinuance e otthe Government crop reports The tanners 0 yet to be heard from I1 =SENATOR CUAUNCEX M DEPEWS f regulation line been seriouslya Faiircbed by rpvclntions in the Soilety8Inow t Iilia as only a faulty peachr ih 4 ilATOB ilELMBOLD of Newport is hoW wishing he meddled with tho assignment of Caltb- PII1irs to a certain coll Finco Uncle jt Sam has instituted an inquiry hI- t what business it was of Helm I bolds I Tuos W LAWSOS eays ho hits Some millions that untnowtngly ff vronged the ptople out of but f rterithe timeCulDclI heI8goiIigtI1 I + K giylt all buck The trouble is I can never be restored to iEcbelongsttI t PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT feaya that liolme who guvadvance informa tion of the cotton crop ri port i to the speculators ia n fur greater scoundrel than if he had stolen 4 I I v rnfrorn the Government and Wants him prosecuted That meets the popples appnibation WALTER SCOTT who owns a rich but mysterious gold mine in Death ii Valley California made a bid fur ft national notoriety by hiring u spa i e cial train for 5500 to beat the rMllrdrecnrdnn a run from Tits iJ Angeier Calln Chicago Ho had L llongids Wifo1ndndnglio picked t J1P1I118 heralded as aspectHa t lt spendthrift who gave away bills of Urge denomination fur cv cry trifling service At Chicago tlieJ8wli8 a howling mob of hums and beats to receive him He shied 1 them utk open house ut the Great JJorlherri Uottl filling n t I wotleycompaiiys tanks with fine k liqiirirn ond wines It turned out 0 J tkttt bid roll is only 31000 Ho 1 wentonto Now rltand wits rath i I ridiculed there by a gang who 7 tBOUghtto pfif his advent 7 8oott Ja n Kentuckish whose father ljvcB nriBortcI unty 1 COBRiESPiQNbKNCE rA tt i L LCklflgUfllOfl t4 MrShsw pent to the hospital J flfIjltLlck last Monday for treat pae Thomas Wooley moved to CaVe v rf V Run boartlinjhou3o last Friilay to keephoardere r Job JoheS Alpha B McKinney p rtJohnBnnand William Nickel SaturdaytT3q h r ex a ftv tIuk Jor JI8trlct o 12 c4 U pperPrtckly Ash AhjtjCity ti iittlespb lloward l 7 1 is eulFering grently with u tieing ewhlsthlghpi I Mrs BlizA Beeres of Ml ter 1tt hog visited Alfred Carter and i 1 family last week ii val lIarperflt1 andi son I tt Kelley way Dkniel l 1AlletHr nd fHmily one night 7i J Mrs HandQn Warner and 1daughterDnihfe LelaniL of B rYl rKiifflJt iliursday to vjslt rein Uee here Alfred Masre wjfe arid daughter 0 ty1IL Lgcy or Montgomery coiin gHesVa of VaJteroburn 0 IhiIo Hamilton Saturday flf k iight lrf arid3ilflo Uamiltnn r t j Wjft otobn v t i i 1 f T r j r r 7J ttA 0 Tvr rj 1 6tJit o I j1 i= c1k J Jtr I t 1ft4Ib4 Ijj d7 i rtf r 8 3 j r y YTr rw m j1it JCjjjyo rinil lItt1I Alfred Moore in t laienr their inutliei Mrs 1Iiflgilit l CI h f Qah 9iqtiItupoorlyy W W lllgtitHfJtelilhI1 llrt tit Mt S toll 1 DdlhinGiidgvU hiibtW quito sick thoi st week but is better now Murk Thomas wife nnd children visited Mrs Thomas father J D AfnnJd Sunday Several from hero attended tho basket meethli lit tho mouth of Prickly Ail Sunday Mrs Audio Ilrndrix end little eon Anron of Fnirview spent Sun day with Mrs Nunnio Rodgers Walter Riddlo wits seriously hurl So t ii rd say afternoon by bein thrown front a horse which he runt Tom Jonis were liding together Until were in the saddlf which lund no girth They wtre ruling fust checked the horfc puddunly rind were throxvn to the ground Tom uecapcd uninjured nnd Walter is riOt expected tit rrrovvr Crooks Mrs Joe Williams is on the sick lilt Irof Tiipp IB teaching einging clues here John Itui Icy of Forgo Hill visit e J relatives hero lust week MTD Jo huh visited relatives in Mt Sterling Saturday and Sunday Miss Lena Turloy of Salt Lick visited relatives Saturday undSun duty Jim Hollnnd and Mies Lucy Wil liatuson of Ford are visiting rein liveS heie Mrs Jack Davis and daughter visited relatives at Olympia Saturday and Sunday Mrs Arthur H irnes returned Friday from Georgia whero sho had hen for two weeks Peed Luthram shipped two cur loudu of cattle and one of lambs ti i Cincinnati Saturday I Miss Lillio Johnson visited tin family of her iincleJoincsWilliaiiis in Owingsville from Friday until MondayIBethel Several went Train here to Mt Sterling Monday Miss Grnche of Minnesota is visiting Mrs Dr Stone Miss Fannie Lane of Mt Ster ling visited her sister Mrs Ed GTrcgiiry Saturday Miss Lena Ilnzelrigu pent two weeks with her siiter Mrs Chiitles Reed near Preston C M Rnwllngs threshed piere of wheat that made 23 bushels to the uerethe best yield wo have heard of yet Jnmes Roberts and granddaugh ter Stella Crouch were in Monte gomery county from Saturday un til Monday Mrs loleno Hawkins and daugh ter Miss Harriet Dudley of Flew ingsbtirg lire visiting J W Hawkins and other relatives bert Mrs Vm Ithmacl was badly hurt by acow sho was bringing to the house at milking time The cow knocked her down trampled on her and attemptedto hook her but the cow having been dehorned saved her life Springfield Mrs Lucy Atkinson has been sick the past week Boyd b Crouch Bold a cult to Mr Robertson of lie t olfr 130 Mrs W A Bojrd and rtIslRg gie Thomas vieitcd in 0wingsvilie Friday Miss Stella Kifsick of Stoops visited MisS Manila Turner Satur day night Mies Miry Glover gton vIsited Miss Lutie Smathcrs the past week Misses Miranda Fleming and Adnu liromigan visited relatives near Mt Pleasant Saturday and Sunday riI r and Mrs ID Crouch at lluryJludliaylThursday Gcorgevthe lovedaiidiithful old horse belonging to Mrs Lucy SHmtheri1 dlcd Saturday The whole family mournedtheii loseaa ho was left to them by their mother and grandmother Hlilsboro JMrs4 Motie Faria has boon visiting Otrlhgsville for tho past week Perry Myers soul W T Grain a yearling colt fo1125 Rev George Gardiner has teen appointed Police Judge to flit the vacancy caused by the death of Judge Clark1 UowlingGrecnrri relatives and friends for a few days Mr rind MM TJI Browning of Dry Ridge visited the lattere brother Lewis Hunter and wife from Wednesday until Friday Mrs Margaret A Moody his bad erected in out cemetery to thb memory of her husband tho late W S Moodya very attractive monument consisting of Italian statue on Quinby granite die and bas Thcdircctorj of the Hillsboro Deposit Bank at their last regular meeting ui1InI lou Iy elected S4Dowd Cashi6rpliv Graham Pres dc6 JM ltn iyIce Tresi dent ivS t OBrien Sccretury lEortbeensuingyear C IW 0 r 7 t 4 t Nm i RRaPPf1 t FIV OkIa- Oustshtirvesting ii tho order of tho day Illtling hilly Was tho order of thin tlriyltst wcok- SawfttHfypiu hero attended the prutrnvVSdJiieftiug at Wyoming A6uHither ffuitn are carco cv qI 1 utivantut e of tho- lIluckF ll WAn1ler t of near Wyom iiir bought II steer calf of Nucc Vice forlG50 Miss Nellio Glover went home Kiiiliy IIfhrUOlin on a visit III com panifil by her fatlior Miss Atnlrio Gulliver ot Cringe City iottll her ii nehru Alphciii Vice Iud fauiil eevoral days lust week The heavy rain a lid Inlllltllrm on Monday cveiu i riga last week damaged thu corn and oats crop greatly Van JrincB nnd wife of neir- Monrelielil were guests of tho lat teru piircnts here Saturday and Stindaj- CraiBS Mrs Lucy Sexton continues Very sick Mrs Liza Hurrin of Owingsville in teaching our school lucre Tlio picnic at Forgo lull Satur lily veeiucd to be quite II success Urn A T Hum fallen to come to till his regular appointment lucre Saturday night and Suiidiy A large crowd waB disappointed Several from hero attended the meeting in the grove near Sb routs school huu Sunday conducted hy llro Allen Spenco und Mrs Annie Humid Mr Spenco had an organ there and his daughtsrs rendered some very bcauiful music f Your icrilo attended the Oil Fiddlers contest at Suit Lick Suit urdny night and had tho plcasjtiru OB seeing Alra Ada Warren of this place carrj nay tho capital prize of 5 fur singing and playing The Urooklyn Theater Thisyia it beautiful pieceunit tho Ifudiellc was held spellbound whilo sho wan playing it She won a number of other nice prizes too numerous to mention Salt Lick The condition of Allic Mann ro mains about the sumo Mrs 13aird of Lexington is the guest cJ her daughter Mrs Temple Mrs Gray lute typhoid fever Ray McCarty is still bick with fcc er MrsLIde Manpin line gone to visit friends in Montgomery coun ty Mrs John Sexton died July 13 after a long illness and was buried ut IJedricks graveyard MrsC E Wljitcouib and daugn ter Christine of Ashland are the guests of relatives lucre Miss Kato lunt of Ucrcu is vis iting her fiitlier Rev Win Hunt pastor of tho M E Church LiltleMUs Itosa Fenton Temple mUll of Winchester is the guest of tier mint Mrs WE Atchison Taylor Itanliold and hits friend Jack Ault of Illinois ara hero at tho bedside of the formers brother illlaw Allfe Mann The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian Chiirch will servo ices sherbet and cake on Saturday even ing July 3On the public square Tho lady who underwent such a dangerous operation Itt tho Hospit al sums ten days ago died July 15 and tho remains wore taken to her howe for Interment Stoops Hay harvest is in full blast Mrs Thomas Warner has been very sick- Squire Julia Steele continues very poorly Mrs Torn McClainofSpringQeld is quite sick Wheat threshing is over in this neighborhood W H nnd M W Bridges were in Lexington lust week Memory is snored tissaid but forgQtfulness is more consoling Miss Mary Gillaspic of Wados Mill has been visiting Mrs Sid Hart Mrs Bert Saunders has returned from a visit to relatives in Fleming county TurnpikoCoiuiuissionurEubunks i of Grassy Lick was in this vicinity lUBtweekThbtnas Wren ofSlt Llpk was with iii8parcnt lil C Wren and wife 1tistiek Arch BottB Howard Millhna nlsliedcrecingnlarge tobacco barn for HtgstulF Cockrell The only fault wo can tina with TimuJ that it can do sotuo things so quick and others it takes no long This vicinity was visited by a young Hood July 10 doing considerable duuiuge to growing crops Tobacco in lowlands was almost completely destroyed The revival which hits bean go- lngoii rtt SomersBtGhurch hits been one oi the most successful in the Churchs history Over 7Q additions have been wade to theCliurch We learn that tim trustees have employed Miss Snllfe A McDonald to teach our school Misa Snllie IsI one of tho boat teachers in the county and has taught two terms for us already Dr K 0 Gucrrnnt preached to- atipprCcatiVO audience atSpring l field Sund y TjiptcrotydWa3 not inzztM1arge one owing to the fscttifiitlt 8not known Dr Guerrant was going to preach t ib to I L i w 1lond31tn the guest of C II Graves Wedncs day andThtirFdiij Miss Jva Oakloj oi Roes Run VIIS the guest of friends in town Saturday and Sunday Mrs Wallace Jackson Jcfet Sunday evening on a visitto her moth er Mrs Vize at Kenova W Va Mrs Roth Costigan nnd children of Roes Run visited the Itumulyoh Henry Caeu Saturday and Sunday Miss Gallic Yarbrough of Knqb Lick was tho guest of Mies Olive Jackson Saturday night and Sunday Misses lichen and Minnie Tack son and Ed Wells of Owingsville were calling on friends in town Suit urday Mrs Jack Duitlld daughter Clara Lida of Stcpstone were hero Saturday and Sunduy visiting relatives Slato Valloy We tire having very worm welltla y brIThomas Toy of Jlat Creek wn the guest of Sam Shultz Sunda and attended church in Wrights grove W E Atchison rind wife of Salt ricund little Miss Hosn Fenton Ieuuplom nil of Winchester were guests of Sum Shultz and family Sunday Guorgt Johnson and family of near Siiarlsburgwere guests n Mrs Johnsons parents Martin Jones and wife and attended church in the grove Sunday I wish to correct a mistake ir lust weeks items It was Robert Toy and James T iy that accom panied tho girls to Carringtons Rock an Olympian Springs instead of Robert James Elder J Fred Jones of Stanford Ill preached in tho grovo on Wro Wrights farm Sunday morning utn Elder Campbell of the Christian Church of Owingsville in tho even ing They had large audiences und good behavior Odessa A number from hero Elder J F Jonud1 basket meeting flour Slate Valley Sunday Miss Elite Jones rind bmihcrRob ert of Owingsville were guests of Mngjfo and Tnmniie Jones from Saturday till Monday JI f Val icr Riddle lit cst son ufJoh n Riddle met with a terious if not a fatal accident Sitturdiiy evening IIo rind Tommy Juitie9uui of Lee uies got on n horse both inthtsnijdle with no girth anti sthrtei with several other boys down to ln lo of writer near J n LinilsnyV for II bath Tlley were riding in a lope arid by checking thohorVethu saddle turned and Rd lie struck thu pike Indicting bruises n th hand arm breast and forehead ii ri the worst one on the back of tho head from which he is eulFering with concttssioti of the brain The little comrades were all seared so badly and thought ho was killed that they cant tell lion It happen ed except tbiit they fell nIT while two or three ruin and screamed fu help As he wits uticonscioSis au seemed lifeless they thought he Wan tend Austin Giilgell son IIrW- It Gudgcllp staying with him h lying on the lint pike and the sui beaming down upon him Austin saw u shade some 15 fees away and yiliutged him to the shade which wn8 very thoughtful fur a ehuldValuo r was line nscious for several hourf Ho was taken to J A Ifarbers and n physician summoned lie wa kept at Mr harbors until Stititin y after sundown when hewtrt laid on It cot and carried by twcvo wen six at a time to his fathers hume on J B Jones farm where ho lies in a bud condition though with some hopes the physician buys of recovering Knob Lick Tho millet crop promises a good yield Mm Christianwho has been sick is some better The latter part of last week was a good time for haying There scorns to be a general sCar- city of hugs from tho inquiry by parties for meat hogs Mart Welsh sold a sow to Jumes Robbing for 11 and bought one of Franklin Christy tor 7 Mrs lines Hunt was knocked down by lightning during a recent thunder storm but was not seri ously hurt Bill Nick Cory was taken very sick from nervous prostration and was in a dangerous condition for a short time s Ed Swanigan who went to Vcsi Virginia sometime ago to run engine writes home ho is well sat isfied with his position rue meeting hero Sunday intbo grove conducted by Mrs Harrod and others was well attended and appreciated by the people gen orally though vi are sorry to soy that there were some ugly ilomon stratlons that would likely have re suIted in a tragedy but for the timely precautions of some who took in the situation There isono thing that tho law abiding People of this community are going to see after that is that people who are trirlfiir to HliUfl lin ttm inonla nf this community irTTC YnbJ Christian way shall be protected front insults by a set oX k ol and boys who madefying TUb aws of G d and man Thoro is another matter I wish to speak of and correct an error that exists in the mindaof some li is asserted rs aTrrth-at tho doors of the houso of God are locked to prevent prenching in it The facts are the house was built according to law for tho ex press purpiFo of a school hotifoWe everythingobey tile In iv and buildn house of Worship West EndS Wo havent hail a ruin since last Monday Viu Tiptnn and Sum Bunter of Wyoming were hero Sunday rGeorge McClain sold his Hock of sheep to Will Youngat 3 each John Stone of Prickly Ash spout Sunday with relatives here Wni Clayton and wife nro vie iting in Bourbon county this week 1 E Pioreill is on tho sick list this week from tot much fox hunt lug Mrs Thomas Dentonof Mt Ster ling is a guest of Mrs Will Cluy ton Mrs Ella Phclps of Monifce county visited relatives hero last week 4 GeorgoStatonweek ulrs Frank McClain is still alive hut can not possibly last for many days hubert Karrick and wife of time Olympia neighborhood aro visiting roliitives here copperhmouuulyard last week rBro James Wiflhoit on account of serious illness was nut able to fill his appointment A rattlesnake Wl8 killed on the countytWhat about a man 41 years old rind dont know how to rako hay and was raieod on a farm Go soak your head Mildipast three years hits recovered got young again turned mill boy and is the same jolly bighearted fel low How often we hear this remark made This happened this one was JsiCk etc nail you never said any about it Wo are not a mind reader Now let me say once for all If you have an item will4misertt Slepstone Mrs Henry Hamilton nnd child rca spent Saturday with Frank Brown and family WT Pelfrey8 father of More bead is lucre visiting the Capt anti dlljsnWin Helwig is putting a coat of piint on hid dwelling honte Hurl Ray is tilling the work for iiim trs Driidilln Lyle ut MSter herdJ II Collie and family James GoddpustiT tumid eihiir Miss Lulu spent Sunday with W Ii Henry and family We art needing rain now that corn is shouting and if it doesnt verydShuck Staton of Lexington was here visiting his brother Jeff nod weeltnOur sick consist of Mrs T D Carmichael Miss Uertie Uenry and a child of WR WiUon tho latter havIng a broken turin All mire do lug well Mr Jackson nnd his men are hero loading gravel for the pike 8thllt runs from Olympia to the Springp They arc boarding with MrsCallie Ragan Roe Wynn and family of Col ti nib ii s 0nre lucre visiting his mother Mrs Ann E Wyatt IiIi Wilson and other relatives and friends for a few weeks Mrs W J Lawson accompanied- by Rev E L Sanford left Saturday for Wilmoro to attend the camp meeting there The protfiict ed meeting that Rev Sanford has been holding hero closed Friday night with one addition during the meetingS Stoologave birthday din tier Sunday in honor of his 81th years reunion rind outside of the famiij the following were present Y R Wilson and family Thomas DulT and wife GoW Tiitley mind family and Hurl Ray They had a nice reunion and left wishing Mr Steele and family tunny returns of tho duty LAwsoN ON TUB STSTEM Thom as W Lawson in his address to the vbautauqua at Ottawa Kansas lily Bonthe subject df The Sys iem among oilier timings said I have como to Kansas on a situ Iplo missionto point out to ynul that the American people lira being robbed by whom how and what the consequences will be if tho robbery is not stayed and an example made of the robbers What are you going to do about conditionwhichand the many to ho left withnoth ing must be ended If it is not slavery is tho alternative How phial it bo ended By your ballots What are ballots against dollars and the System has unlimited dol lars With 5000000 I saw fog era rob the able fearless honest but all wrong on he money question William Jennings Bryan IIl1- tIf the Presidency of the United States in 1896 Do you imagine ho would shrink from repeating time operation in 190S if ho feared 4hnt tho man you nominated would up- sllt his control the hoftd of your iif i7iYat r c f j rrj rIj I r i q 7 tFPJ ii3 Ji 4Opportunities i The trade in the Orient is opening up Our exports to Japan and China multiplied J durihg the last year There will soon be a tremendous increase in the trade of the Pacific Coast cities with the Far East Bigopportunities for the man who lives there L Whynot look the field over 16250 Chicago to San Krancisco or Los Angeles and rcturn1Iayi 2 3 9 iof n 12 13 29303IuneIAugusf67 89 jo 1112 iZt and 14 1905 Tickets good for return for 90 days Rate for a double berth in a comfohable tourist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara and many other points in California only 7 Through train service froni Union Passenger Station Chicago via the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line il 4 v v This is the route of The Overland Limited leaving Union Passenger Station Chicago 605 p roand California FE ss at 1025 P m The California Express carrils t tins sleeping cars to California every day trains carry JIthrotigh standard sleepers Complete information sent free on receipt coupon with blank lines filled W S HOWELL Qenl Eastern Agent Droadway NEW YORK CITY I or F A MILLER General Passenger Agent CHICAGO fairs is an jiblc and fearless Amer lean bold to conceive and strung to execute To till of you ho inhero and you mire behind himrcady to brick up Ilia course wherever ho sees lit to go lresidontRoosevoli t knows it and today no man in the country is more keenly aware of the necessity of curbing the corporate ties potl ra under which we hiv but what can President Rouse velt do I little to say it but he is as as helpless in the Systems net as n hull in a balloon Like Gulliver in LilUputin he is blund hy 1000 threadsCon gres tho Senate the psirtys inter osts mind grntltuiio mind tilt the intangible influences which time great money powercnn weavearound any individual how brave and quick the resident is to do I A wrong is Called to his attention a law must needs be Pitscduhmo rebate evil must be cured and ho sends word to Congress deraanding in stant action What happens Con gress tempocizo the Senate snubs him and tho System snickers Reliefwannottiibe looked for from tho courts Mr Lawson said bicaiiSL tho great corporations di not hesitate ti siihiirn perjurybrihe juries and pay judges for favorable decisions Municipal ownership Mr Law spnndThe surest safest and most na tural process of restitution is tin application of tile Systems own methods to the t Jkmrho firstI stop is for the American pJ divorce themselves front time Sys tem and sell every shore of stuck and every bond tbty hold back to the frenzied financiers at present inflated Take the money thus realized and place it in banks and trust companies or better still in government State And municipal bonds This Mr Lawson said would u6Da collapse of the System which would bo obliged to throw over the stock and bonds it carried These stocks and bonds the people could purchase and having only to pay Interest on the real values could reduce vrates of fare and freight and prices generally and time revolution would tjien be complete ivatochooL j HRS CORA CONNER Will open her school again the 2d flonday in September Only R limited number token For particulars apply to Mrs Conner C OEAILWAY Trains 22 and 23 carry Dining Dcrvlcc Meals alacarte j TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT- a 2711D03ICum os TIIAINS ATPRESTONSrATI0N1 Eastbound No 26 954 a m No 22 1249 P rni No 24 1005 P rn JNojNoNos 26 and 23 daily cx cept Sunday llothersIe daily i 4 1 t il c Name Street address City StAte Probable destination CALIFORNIA Economy in Travel Tourist Sloopors to California arc first clues in everything but mime They ntToril a must comfortable and economical way If crossing thocontlnent Berth nt to only 7 from Chicago to California Rounultrip ticket Chicago tnSan Francisco Los Angeles Santa Bar IbafU or Sacramento 6250 on May I 2 3 9 10 1112 HI 29 011 anti June 1 Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Union IVcific itnu Southern Pacific Line F ler General Papsenger A entt Chi cagr or WSHowell 381 Broadway New Yurk cci8nt dnd Health I Insorance Do you know that youi are ap likely to get hurt or get sick as your neigh bor The accident and lthinsuranceCOlttpanyI amount you will scarcely miss insure you against over 2500 accidents and diseases Do boils ever trouble you We will insure you so that the next time one gets you in its clutches you win be paid for it We insure you against every mannerofdiiseora- ccident i an4tletsOwingsvmeJCy IrzplainSpeedy Certain Cure IT is SAritT3ccause Paracamph isprepared only from refined Camphor the remedy of our grandmo thers C pure soothing es sential oils and beillg an external remedy detlcateilisuesliningyo manysfrongor Rheumatism Neuraigla Catarrb Eczema nnd Piles Ir 13 SPEEDY Because it opens the pores of the and penetrates directly to wheuappliedJ pain whether Diseased Membranes Ir IS CHTfAiN BecauscwhenTjfciich Immediatelysoothcs moves the congestion and draws out all isducingnd sweats out the disease This is theonly safe and sure ranfeetIunrC1Ut1pb Neuralrfa Catarrh Throat Troubles Ec yema Tetter anti Itching or Bleedine CttstoUleISreportcured by its use and furthermore because we know that lnrncunphwill do exactly itFamt1mpbneedseveryayo the Injured and should be kept in JFnrncunpbet9m money if it fails to do what we VIj Vimont Street1 NEAT MARKET 0 A EEED PoJii I Owingsville Ky 4Fresh and cured meats constantly on hand oys ters in season Prompt de livery Order by p if you wishjour number is 21 i SpASHORE y OUTING 4ff- flantt Cfy VIA TOE SCENIC v cI 4 ORoutei v Tiv THURSDAY AUGUST 3 1 1005 through Washington Bulti pt Wj 45 814 from Lexington 3 J Winchester Mr Sterling andMoro head Good returning until August 14 inclusive Through trains without change sleeping oar apaca now Inquire of your agent for full TT particulars or write Wm S Bron son Asst Gen Pass Agt Wash isgthnilC H W Fuller Gen 1 Pa w ftVgfti Vnahington D C G 1 W lSrney Dist Pass Agt Lex M gt eyI f fior7 TrZt fateson T Letters from po Will be A Leading Feature of The Courier Journal Duringi9 iluith aily one year Jy 6 jjjWeekly fe I ftii I f 1