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I fsr t IJ 1rF rb i 1 j 4q 1 II L 4Ll T 7 4 l 11r l n r k jf m1 W I r j Lt I H 00i=VOL XXVII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 27 11905 NO 3rM Drink Wainecotls Pop E30 Heavy ran rell Thursday Fri r J day Saturday and Sunday t GeoT Young is tho authorized J agent of THE OUTLOOK to collect Dr GWCounrrnakC8 tcctli I from lho clioaucst to thn best 10- t w II Lane ia agent for Wieder man bottled beer and DudwcUcr bottled and keg- The trustees of the graded school hnvo not yet employed the two na eistnnt teachers Relief from the long torrid spell came Sunday and the weather has been delightful since All who have propcrtyto LOll at public auction call on M D Furis Ho will give satisfaction N Get a suit at the Racket Store J this month and you will save dul larfi Cotton jackets 20cIf Robert Nixon has bought out the- meat shop ot Robert Well a and oph Vncd fur business Tuesday t Go to Goodpaster fc Cos and getyour child a pair of schoold7 shoe for 7lc worth t price ri JS ShrqUt Will receive a car f nowbuggles this He keeps plenty3f theih and sells for cash or credit v j Dr G V Conner the dentist uses Odonlundcr and all approved anaesthetics for the painless e S trucjion of teeth The bwingavillo junior bashall dub went to Alt Sterling Monday hntl were defeated by the Sit Ster hug club 20 tb 0 A correspondent asks IfOwIngo vlllo is going to have u street fair tlila tail The fair is discussed but nothing deteniiinedyet The Ladies Aid Society of the Cliristiun Church cleared 10 on iheir refreshments served in the f Courthouec yard Tuesday night of last week l v t i Nsbiuis exten1ing tJHi t iiildLngJust south of ItiEOuTtooKjl t iiiHce eleVen feet tuthe n on both floors about JSO jeellfirig J u v RiibtPluHinior head pawyer ati GoodpaSter SpvUt8raill at Slier burn wte u br nt wheel utidJC ib Useverely XIle is in n cal condition t dci Grillin near lynipiu was released t ori iso6 bond knil exnmfning trial set for Aug 5GrilHn is elowly lecovcrjng 20 PQrtl s desiring sleeping r space on tho U k U excursion toe 4t lfnpeqityIln Aug 31 should now us sleepers ure fast filling up 5SOn Tuesday evening August 1 the ladies of the Methodist Church will servo ices in the Courthouse e yard Old and young vIhLuU be welcome Admission 25o 3ic Mrs Emily Bradbury has bought fMrsT11s3Jo1sfor 190r ptformerly the property of Janice fi ImrFtStori deceased I MORMON COMVEBTS Mormnapl liters baptized the following nt the mouth of PrlekltAdl Monday morning Mrs John J Coyle Jas Coayeri and wife and a daughte Ujf Newton Norris POBTPOHKD On account ot I- otr wjt eltJI beendecIdeI t Hpone thefprptraote eetinJ IRtead4o beitna thPresbyt rilaa CI IltM day night un tHfSeple rIt fi b B Meach f aML5Ster1IngwLIeach nt- thePresbyierIsn5Cliurqbext Sund daYlwornlnCand night SHOT NEGBO Dee Smith po Hceiaan of Mt Sterling Saturday t night shot Jess Tiger or Tipton of colota member of the jjtring biadhitcomerhiere often The or was re1stIngarrbst Smith r1t iaVbrotiufr of James SmttliTorui v erly of this town now of Coving ton Smith was the policeman dangerously shot a few years ago by Win Byrd Jr I DIEDOF HEAKT DISEASE Luban Sbar dl databoteln UilUboro t about 5 oclock a Friday HeartI 11dlaease was the fatal ailment 7 erased jrag a nativeof Sharpsburg f and was aged about 46 years y About rifteea 3SO ho met with r 1l aeeideh1lInbieiress a Dallas Texas aial lost one of his hands He had been of late years t traveliBg fortheNwtonre and Spice Co of Cincinnati flew e a fine aan and had friends where eyer he was kaowH 4SJOB FBiirrnw Ke lember that ijSRgOUTWOK IB prepared toP print- S etferkeadi notehead bll1h ads I i staeMeBts envelopes cards labels qk receiBitBin ltations and all sorts s fisiastafioneryozEthI jest5Ay J stock i fBBteful nijle at the lI ostlreasonable prices Compare iworkwIth thaMurnedout by any Job oBce and you will find ittli fiF your aivantage to have us do your workS 4 I lfe albo print posters dodgers F jjaaphletB and everything usually z turned out bya country Job office We haveoDbRn9trorl le jn any CJu B mortgagoSj il UMetaadpJlher blanks I f k 3 rLb 7 7 4 PERSONAU Jesse Hampton and wile went to Clark county on a visit Saturday Dr W O lolntiro aha James Jr Ktiss were in Mt Sterling Friday O Humid Johnson and Dr Brown ot Mt Sterling wcro hum Saturday M lasMil ry Sheehan returned last week from a visit to friends It Suit Lick tOJnttondEllis Byron and Burrill Kincah were In Mt Sterling Sunday afyy noon llnyofMrs Oscar Palmer and children returned Monday from tx visit to her ptronts near Dathcl Chas S Brother of Lexington spent Sunday with Ills parents Mnj Jr Brother nUll wife Elder J Pratt Jonos of Stanford iiutter a visit to relatives return ed hoiiio at noon Tuesday Miss Annie Allen has returnee homo framlL visit to relatives nod friends in Montgomery county Mrs Jos L McAlistor ofMtStor ug uanio Saturday to visit her- aughter Mrs C W Ooodpaulor John R Carinfcliaol of Louisville joined his wife at her father Win Moorerf on Roes Run lust week Froth heath wife and children of Pinovllle ciune Monday to visit Mrs lIe s brother A N Crooks and wife Miss Nnncyo Berkley returned Monday from n visit to tier parents Mr and Mrs George Berkley In Mt terlingtMfsaeLohI1tand Ruth cCllntock- after n visit to their sister Mrs Turn er Perry returned homo to Millers burg Thursday Miss Mtiiide Moore daughter of Dr G W Moore of Ashland after a visit to Mrs limmet Fratman went liomeiturduyMartin of El Reno Oklahoma on his way East on n business trip spent from Thursday till Saturday with relatives in tovnlMrs John W Hounker Thursday from tho Oood Samaritan- iospttnlLexlngton much itnprovocl n heulih after u surgical oll mtlonI Reuben Gudgell the veteran attor ies wax taken very sick Wednes day night of last week but gradual unJUtSMiss Asconla foKoo hitS returned home to Mt Sterling utter a visit to her niecu Mrs Alex Conner LHtto IIceol111ullluliher CouiinnnwealtliH Attorney Alex lIuerwlll go to Groyuons Spri igs Atig Hl tuattunil u meeting of Co- nirliVLtIthisAtrkv5f the fctato Ihdll is lithu prii niui fur an nd resh Clydu Daniel came UR from Louis villu Sunday to spend HOIUO weekstHjz has resIgiiiMl Ills position Isvlllq aid will go mi the road Aug for the big Peters Shine Coi of St Louis dividing the Kentucky terri ori oust ot with his fath n Bert Daiiie- fL1IVtweigit C eehool shoe nil oizeij worth 150 175 2 fur Tic at Gondpnety d Coe JnmaGiIlon will open 01 tnt- oren It II ConocrVHlue Front building in The Pocket about August 1 The boom of dynamite used ii making holep for tho telephone ofe ill heardlfrequontlyin town new company is putting upJ rstctsepoles 1 1altle8 desiring sleeping car space on the C fe Q excursion to Atlantic City on Aug 3d should make reservations now as sleepefaI are fast filling up LIGHTNING STRucK HousEOn ast TJiursday night the house of Harrytownwasmohlalilngtho chimney and injbVy ng some of the furniture No one wad in the house at the time Thrfj damage wee not extensive CITY TAXES Unless all taxes ue the city of Owlngsvlll are pall on or before the 1st day of August 1905 the taxable property on which taxes have not been paid will be advertised for sale So please call and settle same CLYDE Bfnoir Deputy Marshal DIED AT SALT LtCKAlJleMannI manager of the stone companyat FrebBtorre died at the Salt Lick hospital Thursday of tuberculosis of the bowels He was aged thirty years and was a brother of Rev E G B Mann Prealding Elder of the Lexington district of the AI E Church Deceased was taken to Carlisle for burial ORGUUZRnQDDFJtLLOVijLoDGEOn Boiley of Louisville State Grand Masterv Ji LBtwneGrand Pa- trIardhiabdW H Strossman Jr Noble Gr ndassisted By WHClark Deputy GrandMaiterJWGrove- sKWflaisttIDSewellAW Sutton Thos McCarty R W Filbin JU EJephOn11arry Campbell Sr S MUewmeyer J S Frazier H M Oraie A M Cline F Yet J E Grubb- sry A Alf rey Norvel Uenton and Dr Laird all of Mt organizedIthe MsbfllbIodge room for the purpose A company of our people were initiated constituting Owingsville Lodge officered as follows B M Goodpaeter Noble Grand Dr B Cornelisoh Vice Grand Thou 11 Brown Secretary and E W Heflin Treasurer who were elected by the members initiated There are many other officers appointed Th6 work was continued until 330 QIntheinoflingS i j r L R Vice of Beihcl sold to Thos Triplet of Mt Sterling a 2 yearold horse for 210I1rof C F Martin of Carlisle has rented the dwelling house of R II Conner on Slate Avenue and will bring Jiis family hero Aug 1SJ Parties desiring sleepingcar space on the C 0 excursion to Atlantic City on Aug lId should make reservations now as sleepers are fast filling up CHUKCII CONVENTION The an minI convention of the Christian Churches of Hath county will be held at Ovvingsvillc Aug 19 and 20 Noted ministers from a distance will likely bo present There ia talk of holding a basket meeting on Sunday using the Bath Seminary premises for the spreads It prom lees to be a notable occasion KiriKD BY LioiirunaLa s hursday Jack Rogers and two sons were in the field at work near John son Station this county when a under storm came uprlie two boys went to a house near by but tho father stopped under n tree Lightning struck the tree and kill ed Rogers He was fiftysix years old and loaves a large family LIKELY BE RELEASED Sumutfl ncksoo accompanied by his broth er John of Suit Lick left Sunday for HoldcnWVa to employ an at torney to assist his cousin Milton Carpenter who is held pending an official Investigation into tho mysterious death of his Russian assiit ant Gcrgory Spliiler at the coul companys power house Tho Jail er of Holdon wrote to Milton Car penters wife at Olympia last week that Carpenter was held simply because ho was the only employe closely associated with Splliler and not because there was any evidence to connect him with the death and that Carpenter would likely be re leased in the course of a couplo of weeks DECLARED WYATT NoMINETheF- leming countyDetnucratigconven- ion to nominate n candidate for Representative held on Juno Court day atFlamingsburg resulted in a split the Wyutt men withdrawing from the convention in the Court houset niceting cUowhere and nom inating John UWyultof Ewing editor of the and exCoun ty Judge n supporter of Judge Paynter for Seimtor The IhIlin men remained anti nominated Paul llellifl the present Representative antI ti supporter of Jo Blackburn ttyatl appealed to theCountyCoin uitte and Hetfin declined to reSIst hin contest claiming thut Wyatt bolted the convention Thirteen of the coiiimittee met Thtirrduv and declared Wyutt the nominee Tin greatest bitterness prevails and it will result in the election of a Re publican HO tho factions are hope lessly spilt FAMILY REUNION On Sunday July 23 1005 the children of John W Reeves deceased wet at tho old home in Rowan county near Moores CluyReeveeful day Those of the family pros were W S Reeves of Mt Sterling Mrs ThomasMorris of Linn coon tllIfRowan county j Mrs Charles Atch- ison of Bath county and Miss Marguerite Reeves who is teaching n Bath county Mrs Elias Blake qf Rush Center Kansas being the only child absent The foregoing with their families and other reIn tive fortyeight in number spent u most delightful day After a sumptuous respast at which the seven brothers and sisters were seated at the table Earths first titus in life all together which was en joyed by all present The afternoon was spent in talking over our childhood days and singing of- sacredsongs CONTRIBUTED SooTJohnFayOver thoRhino resort in Mt Sterling Friday afternoon about 4 oclock The ball passed through the left lung sonic inches below the left nipple Fassett was tuksn to tho National Hotel in an unconsci ous condition There was thought to be a chance ton his recovery Pay was arrested and placed in jail It is said that Fay killed a man by the name of Connelly some years ago Both men are unmar tied Fassett is a native of this coun ty a son of Woodman Fa ss euof Flat Creek He lived for several years in British Honduras and later went to tlthAfreareturnlnJt to Kansas City and then to Lexing tonS dispatch says that the wound ed man was later taken to R H Lanes and regaining consciousness told about the shooting saying he had started away from the place when Fay told him to hurry Ho replied that Fay didnt own the place wicreupon Fey shot twice Fassett is a popular young man having muhy relatives and friends in this section AUCTIONEER If you want the services of an auc tioneer call on me Terms reason ableGEORGE H GUDGELL 0 Jesa Ky rC t N 1 i4i 4J 4 r 7 AUDITOU CONDEMNS DIUONKT METHODS State Auditor Hayer among other things in n newspaper interview said From almost tho beginning of Lily term of office I have received letters from subatnntial citizens and taxpayers all over the State complaining of the methods em played by revenue agents anti ask ing if sonic relief could not be se cured through my office In order to test our rights in the matter and whether wo could control the action of thoso agent the matter Was taken into the courts It was held that the act creating these of tices fixed time term of office and took from the Auditor tho power of removal though they are designat ed as his agents This fact is u part of tho revenue statute of 1002 It was drafted by my predecessor in this office Mr Coulter who made appointments of all revenue agonts for tliu StateatIarge These agents were appointed by him after the passage of this act for a term of four years thus extending their terms of office over into my term as Auditor for from two to three years To all taxpayers who have made inquiry and complained against tho unwarranted action of some of the agents I have replied that the courts held that in mutters pertaining to tho assessment of omitted property I had no control over the action of these agents It is the policy of this office to see that all property is fairly listed for taxation I do not believe that oily property should be omitted mir escapehisI do not believe In1 nor do I up provo of the methods employed by some of the revenue agents of filing indiscriminately suits against supplyinginformation such suits ortn other wordsthrow ing out a drag net over the State to catch what It can Proper busi ness antI Idgal methods will secure to the State its rights without working an injustice to anyone With a view of establishing business methods among the rev enue agents in the assessment ui of omitted property I have address ed the following untnuiunication to them h outlines my plans und is in strict conformity with the law und I shall endeavor to have the plan carried out tthl letter State of Kentucky OUIceAuditor of Public Accounts Franc fcirtJ ul 23 l105Uc Sir The practice jf collecting back luxe on omitted property 11111 turning lie came over to the Sheriff jhe collecting ttUUer has been irdulged in by some nf tio State rcvcnne agents For tint there is no authority of law and fhould in no instaiico bo done When you hnve caused omitted property to bo tinted for taxation unless you are iIItlthorizcllltnd directed by thcAu dltor to proceed to collect tio aanie as delinquent taxe s Section 4260 Kentucky Statutes imposes upon you tho dutyof causing in the manner prescribed by law to be listed for taxation nil property omitted or any portion of property omitted by the assessing authori ties If the County Court shall decide that the property is liable to assess ment it is the duty of the County Court Clerk to certify to the Audi tor of Public Accounts a descripr tion of the propertynnd the amount of assessment for tnxationto e her with the amount of pennlty and cost of assessment At the same time lie shall certify the samp to the SherRY of the county wherein the assessment is made whose duty it is to proceed to the collection of the taxes and penalties in the same manner that other taxes and pen alties are collected In accounting to the Auditor for the taxes the SherilF should also account tp him for the penalties That the penalties should be paid to the Auditor is apparent for the reason that there Ei no other way 3f knowing when a revenue agent has reached the limit of compensation presmihcd by Section 24tJ Kentucky Constitution which in part is as follows No public officer except the Governor shall re celvo more than 5000 per annum servic1Cstlon of legally authorized deputies and assistants which shall bo fixed and provided for by law The Court of Appealsin an opin ion by Chief Justice Hobson held that tho revenue agents are con stituted officers of the Commonwealth holding for a fixed term and acting under bond- The constitutional provision just quoted is therefore applicable I have notified the Sheriffs of my construction of the law and ruling upon this matter Very truly S W RAGES Auditor uIn this communication it will be observed that no revenue agent is entitled to receive un amount bo yond the constitutional limitwhich is 5000 In order that the law may be complied with the State Infpector and Examiner is now en gaged in examining the offices of revenue agents for the Stateat largo with this view of ascertaining what compensation they have re ceived each year for services ren dered l W 0 McINTIRR DENTIST Over Outlook Office and Owinfjsville Banking Companys Buildintr OWINGSVILLE J J Pop Virginia Screened ttmp and Pluto Cannel COAL ROSE RUN IRON COi OLYMPIA KY bar ones Everything first cIass E J SALT LICKSKY AUG 17 1819 MEET ME AT THE BIG A K REUNIONBetter Speaking by the and Blackburn forces This will be the largest reunion ever held by the GA R Post at this place Order will be maintained by two county officers and a good time is insured to all Not a Luxury but a Necessity Kentucky Farmer a id Breeder Our good friend of THE OWINQS VILLa OUTLOOK in his ltstissuo pub lished the following editorial Tho State Legislature nppro printed 15000 in aid of tho State Fair to be held at Lexington Sep tember 18 to 23 The citizens of Lexington have subscribed guar anteu fund of 12000 Lexington is bending its energies to surpass boUt Louisville and Owensboro where the two preceding fairs were held in all departments of this years fair It may be u first rate thing for promoting the live stock interests of the Suite but it is questionable that it ought to have a State appropriation We have the greatest icspcct for the opinion of THE OUTLOOK on any subject but we can not help feeling that there ifi no other paper in Ken tucky familiar with the circum ces and that has mado any effort to investigate tho facts that will agree with TUB OUTLOOK in its ex pressed doubt BB to the wisdom of a State appropriation for the fair Indeed by its very admission thut the fair is a Hut rate thing for the live stock interests of the State TOE OUTLOOK refutes its own claim as to the Inadvisability the ap propriationKentuckys foremost industries are live stock raising and agricul ture Were they taken awn ebe would have little loft The only two cities in tho State of real im portance as manufacturing 1tera are Covington and both ftbem owemuch of their business to the to bacco trade appropriation made by the State which toads to the Upbuilding of the interests of the State justifiable Our public school system and our State College are supported that the youth ot Kentucky may bu properly edo cated The Experiment Station in connection with the Department of the State College ia maintained to assist our farmers in folvlng certain problomaconccrning proper cultivation of their crops which they have not the facilities at hand to determine for them selves A first rate State Fair Iof almost as great value and is open to very many more people than any one department of a State Univer sity A proper appropriation fox buildings adequate to its purposes and for premiums for display of live stock and agricultural products at its meetings is as deserved and utilurgolls Stllteslwith I f 5 i 4 sf REMOVAL I have removed my i ber shop from next door to Outlook office to basement of Owings Hotel of fice where I welcome all Old customers and new PARKER G Paynter Any Agricultural appropriations fairs with large buildings which enable extensive exhibits arc the States which ure taking foremost rank as agricultu ral timid live stock producing Status of tho country By nature Kentucky huh the ad vantage of every other State in the Union lot the growing of live stuck Our luxuriant bluegruss and our limestone water lend certain pro perties which apparently cuff nut bo hud from any other source As a consequence of these advantages IJjIfor years front rank in the produc tion tC horses or cattle or sheep of hogs and wits the market of every State in America for the best blooded stock ot whatever sort She attained u reputation that ox tended throughout the world The tradewarka Kentucky horse even today stamps tho animal list bears the title with n degree of die tinction which no other description could give For years we maintained our proud position but within time lust decade we have dropped far behind in the march uf progress We have sold olF much of our parent stock Our breeders have said that they could product other mares unl other cows as good as those which were sold but they have scarcely been ablo to do this because fre quently the best type of un animal is the result not of the brecdiig of one generation but of many A number ot our most fumou studs and herds have been dispersed und others have pot been organized to take their place If for the lust twenty years we bad had a tirttulass annual State Fair the result would hive been fur different Our people would huvtr been given tIme encouragement which huve induced them to keep the stockwhich they have sold bending every energy to the production of other stock as good and to the preservation of Ken tuckys rank through commendable tate pride Wt hays not had such a State tfuir and today we are inn position where it ia absolutely necessary thut our waning in terests which arc tho industries for which our people uro the bostquoliliedonll for which we have every advantage of climate and of suillIo encouraged The State Fair will do this It will in atigato competition in a small way suoInow immured nod this yours fair is followed by other lairs with liberal appropriations from thor Legisln tore we predict that the amount expended by the State inijjiis con l j O 13i Wt 4i ii NOW IS THE TIME To sa vo nioriey oil iiiiggv fitirfilj s i have nihro Harriets dnd Letter liar tReSs than any house iii EusteriuKentucky Vietj yoii btiy that newfctiggy 1 IEverYlilies rldo c1glor dill Iicttr ititfenrlojiojfIi nUt dddfO mndo AiIY whore Cuino nid see lob nuLl i will auto fblt iiiSHSy ytI siin yonrs ftfr limo lied Saddiea and lidimM f EUGENEMiNiIWOIngsi2iU ti Reduction Sateai RACKET STORE Il Duririg the rrionth of July we the going togivH e ial prices to reduce stock Clothing at lsthancostprice Now is your oppdrturiity to getaujfood suit for little money The has been cut on every suit in thehouse Mcns Suits regular price S 8JIthis month i 50 Boys Suitslnng Liens regular price 5tliis mouth 374 Choice sir our Ladies Slippers USe All childrens slippers reduced in price of in 135 89c t40 1118 125 175 VIcl Kid 200 Viol Kid VIM 250 hid J9H 135 175 124 14t Kid IW the has by any our history the for our on we than ih tll 23c Ian hOc thin Llldi Tdtntvefrf 45 Suixitlk thpnth r1sjoe be GIItsFiiiiibleiiijsthontIi ti totlOd cyarSwWe bargains for yoii are till now spring CASH PAth POR GGS E W HEFLIL jGO TU 11 WM tOHISoNS LWefy ajid Feed Staf 1 OWINQS VILLE KY Wlicn yoi desire a 11iittini thatis fifsit- 1ik class in every respect BRAND HEW VEHICLES + HOliSESI FHESH AM ATA v Atchison feeds yoiii4 Ji irscsut r isOfi Qldf prices Sales inade on Ooniiinssjon All trains met ut Preston 1or L WM ATCHISON LIVERYMAN Owingsville Kyl1 WMR PETERSJ jr j BETHEL KY5 iflt Dealer in JFuruitiire Also iJndertakerV t Kuneral Director and EmbalrtieiV Calls promptly obeyed day night easonable ReasoJlaPli Goods at t owPces1 j t1ci You are invited to at store fhat you tiuiy inspect goods and get lower prices than anyf where in town Come and took dont expect to buy if vVe dont save money Y S Hake outstore your headquarters wheirln town 1 fjaclles Oidun1SiUU Ladies 2 00 Shoe Ladles 1 50 shire Ladies Donjiola Shoo IJo Shoe 12 Shoe Ladlwi Vlcf 8hotf Mens lLow Shoe 9H Mens Wow Shotf Mens 200 IloW Shoo 3 Vici Shoor JNQ WiMARKLANni L OWINQSVILLE 1 ncction will be most valuable expenditure evef beet appropriated Legislature aside from irfoney given public The Outlooks prices Work of every kind and see samples and you win see can do better work at lower prices can get elsewhere 7 r Mens Linen CoatS teduc5edto Mona Double Overalls regu price tnontli 4fld this have many F at call our our else We you you Latlies Ladles Meiiu which school system Get Job you E These tftvleff Mens 300 Vici KIcf Shoes 24w J jfoiiS 1500 Suits 4JuJt Mens 260 Suits 7i Mens looff Suits 5mr iSfeus 750 Stiff Mens 500 SitlfW 3411 Boys ISo Suite OSW 200 Suits jtfuys 0 12l 3 50 Suits 1Irlloys 400 Long Pans8nis Ifoys 750 Lonj 1auts SUH8JD8 KY4 f f j t juRq Theoitiook1 I0L1 LNAL bOW OflC yCIIr tiiorilv LI6 I-s fL i3 i f C V k i OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUD CO Publisher OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKT I FORTUNES LITTLE JOKE It When Fortune throws a gttt at mt I look at suspiciously Dut not beciune Its art to be Selected Injudiciously I look upon her with distrust Whatever she may bring For when I stoop to my disgust She always jerks the string For Fortune takes a great delight In seeming pnidlsallty Her hand Is open with no slight Display of liberality But try to take her proffered Rift Its quite another thing Her bounty one can hardly lift Before she pulls the string She seems so debonair and free She does It so bcculllngly It makes It all the worse that she Will play that trick so smilingly How sadly often It occurs That Fortunes sifts are snatched Because It Ia way of hers To have that string attached Chicago Dally New A ROSE OF NORMANDY CHAPTER IV SHOWS now MINE HOST OF THE STRIPED ASS TREATED HIS GUESTS AND HOW illS PUNISH MENT WAS MADE TO FIT illS CRIME It wanted but a few minutes to eight the same evening when the figure of Tonti might have been observed rid ing slowly along near the bank of the Seine He walked his horse as though he were In BO hurry and his ride were without an object When opposite Le Pont Neuf he halted and watched for a moment the STOUP of idlers gathered about the equestrian statue of King Henry in the center of the bridge who were leaning over the parapet and engaged in bandying Jests with the boatmen pesslng beneath the arches Having setmingly gained all the amusement possible from a contempla tion of this spectacle Tonti soon re sumed his journey turning off in a short time from the river bank and threading Ills way through various crossstreets until he reached the Rue St Honore Following this thorough rare as tar M the city gate he stopped his horse in the shelter of the wall of Lea Capuclns to await his companion In a moment or two he beheld a Eight that made it hard for his mirth loving nature to keep Itself within bounds A small white ass came amb ling along find passed him carrying A very fat rnwleldlyformed monk of the Franclfcan order clad in gray cowl girdle and sandals His monk ehlp apparently had not been astride an animal for a long time and such were the evident signs of discomfort on his face that one instantly surmised that he was undergoing a pen ance of some sort He made no at tempt tb guide the ass but sat hold jfng on helplessly to the rope that eerred as rein and bridle The gate was not yet closed for the night so 0 CAKE AMBLING ALONG IrA he passed unfhallengcd the guards It k taugfalag heartily at the figure he cut Tpnti waited until be had gotten a ample of lartes start or him and 0 7 tileD tarRed into the road and passed t likewise thrown the gate without hindrance Tho night watch bad Just anivet and ia the confusion attend fIt ot teg tke ciaage of guard he was easily overlooked He had hardly gone a J fecore of paces beyond when he heard J the gate close behind him Anyone leavisc or entering after that hour would be carefully scrutinized In the fastgathering gloom Tonti trottlngjo4 f JersHe hurriedly followed him but 4 vnwerved a reipectful distance t r nreeeITel sign neither heard alarmedirttteaut to turn back toward the t city fJ ItU deBtT the ghostly figure tY Q tllICblsanlm th the fit 1 reia ad kicking his sides as effect f Ivejy as he could with his sandaled ii v feet t j A Burraii seize this beast for a Ticlowi roughriding child of Beelze A totfc May tke devil take him and kit katll IJa non ami Tonti ot feared it was sot you Someone else l f followed eahone almost up to f tjw gate and I did not know but that li yeawere ae I fear that he suspected i r Uiat I was dtogateed I don t believe i tht I sit welt when I ride ir rt1c A shout of laughter from Tonti o1peetecl this speech Ft MP ite Potapea if Ida not get you a place ia the Horse Guards You sit r If ftt yew animal like a sack of meat I You woald look like one yourself rY tlrather testily If you C1Ida1lack staffed with straw and a th j3pai Cti adc wit of enough hay fcp a horse ia health for a week 190 iato 4 heavy cowl and tied I ftlterwith a stout cord Between 1e h at aad discomfort of my dis o t ate aad the jolting of this beast im thankful we have only four tJilrJ MB to go He who is in great ft haete should Bet ride an ass f Where gqti you your disguise Ifl rled Totl rf r FnJm my friend the cabaretler r Waa tke reply He was one of M J ti T Haets secret aeats many is the feMSMce I Have taken from hlmTheJ ji words JUifiiifctr sixtyfour that I toto 70HJ to wtttper to him is the e1 crct means of recognition among4 ell ii f3 thos who w re eoaSected with the cb uaforlanite almJcter It was In 1664 1OtluhatbetelJi A there lotheril t 1e e YraBk 1I9L1Lluu fJ fS d tUIJ j iJl ifj 1Ti t 1 t 10J f7 t f fi t fy7 tf J i r 4tp Jj C rL 1ri p f jbP Ii fo 1 good master to terve und a liberal one as I can beer witness All why served him loved him Talking thus tf his old employer a theme Pompon never tired of the strangely assorted pall rode on into the shades of the onrcoming night When about half the distance had been traversed they turned off Into a road leading to the left antI by ten oclock saw a light or two from tho small ham let of Ecouen twinkling in the dark ness ahead of them On reaching the outskirts of the village they dismounted and leil their beasts into a wood at the side of the road and tethered them Entering the town on foot they found it considerably later than they had hoped for so they quickened their pace lest the inn be closed for the night Here and there a light was visible whtfc some latcabcd still kept his house open for a neighborly game of dice and from one or two halfopen doors came the sound of feasting As they drew near the most prominent of the windowlights they found it to belong to an inn of the older type AH Was still in the story above and quiet reigned about the place A shed for the disposal of trav elers horses was situated at one end of the building while above the door a sign of some sort grated harshly as the light night wind moved it slowly to and fro It was too dark for the two men to decipher anything on the signboard so they approached the window from which the glow pro ceeded Tonti raised himself on tip toe and looked In The Interior was apparently empty and consisted of the usual publl room of the average Inn of the period Upon the huge hearth a bright fire was blazing which cast alternate light and shade upon the low ceiling and the further corners of the room A num ber of heavy wooden tables with benches around them filled up the greater portion of the floor space On these a profusion of emptied dirty glasses and muss bespoke a good nlgbts custom for the proprietor At the side of the room was arranged a kind of private office as It were fenced off from the rest by a railing behind which was placed a table and a bench It was evidently the Innkeepers espe cial domain for as Tontis eyes be came more accustomed to the half gloom he spied the figure of a man seated upon the bench busily engaged in counting a small pile of coin spread out upon the table before him He glanced uneasily over his shoulder now and then at the door and the window as though fearful of being seen He eoon finished his task and quickly swept the money into a small leather pouch which he closed with a look of satisfaction stowing it away in the receses of his blouse At this mo ment Tonti left the window and ad vancing to the door struck it sharply with the hilt of his sword Pompon whispering that he would come in later disappeared in the darkness Hola Landlord open here Would you keep a gentleman and a soldier waiting in the night when you have within a good fire io warm his hands and good wine to cheer his heart Corbleu Open I say or It will be the worse for you I am not the man to be kept waiting So speaking be belabored the door with hilt and fist so lustily that the landlord came running to let him cryingYes InI yes gentlemen In one ment I pray you But do not awaken the whole house It is late he con tinued unfastening the door and open Ing it an inch peering out meanwhile to see what manner of guests he was welcoming late indeed for honest folk to be about As soon as tho crack of the door widened sufficiently to adlmt the hill of tho sword Tonti inserted it and with a quick pressure with this lever he swung the door open in spite of the landlords efforts to hold It How now Sir Innkeeper Dame but I believe you would have kept me out there a full hour longer if you had had your way So speaking be stepped Into the light of the room Upon seeing a man evidently a soldier and from Paris the landlords fears quieted themselves One suspicion however remained Pardon Sir Capitaine he cried bowing obsequiously but where Is your companion Did you not say that there were two of you a soldier and a gentleman Tonti was puzzled for a moment and then laughed And may I not be both Here bite that and tell melfltbe gold or no so fetch me a bottle of wine the v best and some food J3o saying he flung down a pistole upon the table near him Tile innkeeper quickly seized it bit it and after testing its ring pocketed It with alacrity his suspicions van ished Draw near the fire he exclaimed as he busily stirred the logs and I shall return presently with the best bottle to be found this side of Paris It has been in the cellar for 14 years ever since I came to this town and was there I know not how long before me hastilyrto be seated and was gone Tonti looked about him carefully It must be the place he mur mured to himself He said he hat been here 14 years and it Is just that length of time since Fouquets down fall Hit eyes wandered toward the fireplace and his thoughts were confirmed Abuse stone slab some seven feet in constituteIby a single row of bricks that were covered with dust and ashes Tontis eyes danced with excitement as he beheld them and he wondered why Pompon was delayed so long and what his plan would be to get a chance of testing the truth of his ciphermes sage Presently he beard the innkeeper returning and he reappeared bearing the remains of a huge goosepie in one arm and a dusty musty cob webbed bottle of wine in the other These he placed before his guest sipIIt have weighted the vine on the sunny vineyard slopes fully 30 years before He was about to compliment the land lord standing before him upon the ex cellence of his providing when he heard the voice of singing In the street outside the inn and close at hand Quand nous fumes BUT le pont qui tremble Helas mon DIeu were the words they heard Then came a silence broken only by the shuffling sound as of some one walk ing laboriously among the pebbles and sand of the roadway Then came the song nearer than before CJuand nous Wales le Salntonge Heias JIte Dieu followed by a heary knock at the door The UnhMBtr hastened to open it aBdthe HjUjlWn the fire fell full Ule 1 is late cewpu Jf h i IT bII f r r frh ion He had found and trimmed a young tree into a serviceable pilgrims staff and his expression was that of great weariness Pax voblscum he said gravely addressing the innkeeper This indi vidual crossed himself replying And with you father The monk then laid aside his staff and approached the table next to tho one at which Tonti was seated I would have lodging and a bit of food for I have fasted since daybreak Gold have I not for it would ill be come him whose boast is that poverty is his bride to carry any money with him Hut I am privileged to grant an indulgence in return for food and lodging and the tired monk settled down upon a bench and looked hun grily about him Have you no relies that will ward off disease asked the Innkeeper A bone from the hand of some good saint or something from the holy land Nay nay exclaimed the monk In seeming anger I am no hawker of bogus relics nor claim any kindred with the devilspawn who go through the land plying their unholy trade With them they have but to see your money in their hand when the merry rouRues will sell you a cartload of laths from the ark of pere Noah ring from the snout of St Anthonys pig or the crest of the cock that crowed before Pilate The landlord seemed duly impressed with the superior merits of tho beg ging friar and started off to get gome scraps for his meal Tonti who had up to this time remained silent watch ing the game his companion was play ing called after him Bring the reverend fathers meal to my table and fetch another glass that he may share my wine with me I warrant he is a good judge of it The monk bowed his thanks and ro plied with a wink at Tonti Ho Is an ill guest that never drinks to his host Might I suggest my soldier friend that the good innkeeper fetch a glass for himself Tonti agreed and Ute host hastened to find the glasses feeling glad to get a chance to taste come of his own rare wine at the expense of some one elseAs soon as he had disappeared the monk reached over to Tontis glass and shook a white powder into it from a bit of paper in his hand then filled it from the bottle Now your part Is to see that yon rascal gets your glass he said in a low vole and resumed his seat The innkeeper soon returned with two fresh passes which Tonti filled and then by a deft movement of thl hands he exchanged his glass for that nearest the landlord Heres to our host cried Tonti as the roan sat down and seized his glass May he never want a lodger And to this goodly quiet inn thewhat is your house called sir host asked the strange monk The Striped Ass was the reply To the Striped Ass then con tinned Pompon may his bray be ever loud to attract customers and his tern per mild so that he will spare them kicks All three drained their glasses and a period of silence ensued broken only by the sound of the fire and tho munching of the goosepie as Tonti made another onslaught A touch from the monks foot under the table a few moments later made him look up and he beheld the effects of the drug beginning already to manifest them selves on the face of the innkeeper whose copious potations during the early part of the evening made him an easy prey His ryes seemed heavy i and an overpowering desire to sleep seized him A moment he struggled against the feeling then surrendering to it entirely his face fell forwan on his hands which lay upon the tablePompon jumped up quickly and seiz- Ing the man shook him to make sure of the depth of his slumbers There was no response He will sleep thus for 24 hours Let us hasten though A table and bench were first placed in front of tho door leading out of the room into the other part of the house so that they would have time to leae in case anyone approached from that direction The other door was fastened and the curtain drawn Pompon then taking a small dagger knelt down beside the hearth and counting the row of bricks until ho came to the middle one carefully dug away all the accumulated dust and dirt and gently pried the brick from smallfreadily and could be pulled out about an Inch This evidently withdrew some hidden bolt for when he cautiously bore the weight of his foot on one extremity of the huge stone it turned slowly on an unseen axis ona end rising into the all while the other disappeared in a large space below Bending down Pompon found a cavity corresponding in width and length t the stone and about four feet In depth By ying 011 the floor and stretching over the hole he was able to feel the contents A smothered exclamation of joy passed his Ups as he tossed to the floor a bag of money and soon after feeling around more carefully in the opening he found another What say you now nion ami he cried joyfully Did I not say M Fou quet Heaven rest his soul was faith 1 ful to them who served him faithfully Here are the 2000 pistoles They placed the money on the table and swung the stone back to Its normal position Pompan then handed the bags to Tonti and urged him to go ahead of him to the place where their animals had been left saying that he would remain behind and attend to tbeunbarrlcading of the door and yet overtake him before he had his horse untied Tonti did as suggested leaving Pom- pon In the room No sooner had he gone than Pompon approached the slumbering landlord and turning his face toward the light examined It closely As he did so a look ftawakened recognition was confirmed and Pompons eyes became smaller envenIa to strike With deft fingers he searched the clothes of his victim but It was not for robbery for he left the bag of money he found there some thing else was the object of his search tTo Be Continued tTttlnlr on Fact uA certain class of insane persons are remarkable for their ready and apt retorts said Dr George T Win ston the crimlnologtst I have in mind a young man in n Bo ton retreat The first time I ever saw him he sat on the floor swearing bitterly Tut tut said I Iont swear i Why loU said he Because said I you wont go to Heaven U you do Oh said the young man disdain fJalyImnot going to try to go to Heaven Theres more trying now taaall ever get lpVN Y Tribuaa wit zr 2 S Fi i ri 1 Ji FAVORITE SONS OUR BIBLE STORY by theHighway and Byway Preacher A Vision Between the Lines of Cods Inspired Word Scripture AuthorltyAnd the boa grew and Ksati was a cunning hunter man of the field and Jacob was a plain man dwelling In tents And Isaac loved Esau because he did eat of his venslon but Hebekah loved JacobGen 2527 28 JLLO Esau Off again are you 7 called Jacob pois ing tlfo Jar of goats milk on his shoulder and paus ing In front of his mothers tent to look after his brother who equipped for tho chase was Just starting out Which way this time Esau turned hh head at the sound of the voice but with out stopping hp replied bluntly Same old chase Bound to get that antelope today Id give It up If were you ex claimed Jacob Humph I know you would shout ed back the hunter If father depend ed on you hed never know the taste of had a goodnatured contempt for his brother He viewed him as a sort of a weakling and on occasion did not hesitate to express himself on that point as In the present Instance But although Jacob felt the thrust he ven tured no reply but turning entered the tent while Esau continued at a vigor ous gait down the path He was of heroic build and his rugged life in the open Melds and among the mountains had developed every muscle and tough ened him to endure the severest hard ships of the chase His every move ment betokened strength and agility and the keen pair of eyes which looked out from under the bushy eyebrows and the firm lines about the mouth and the squareset Jaw which even the heavy beard and mustache failed to conceal declared him to be a man with out physical fear His quiver and bow were slung over his shoulder and at the belt which gathered In the folds of his loose skin garment could be seen the hilt of his hunting knife His arms and lower limbs were bare save for the heavy covering of hair which gave them almost the appearance of being clothed with the fur of some animal It was evident that Rcbckah had over heard the last remark of Esau for as she took the Jar from Jacob she ejacu lated with much spirit at the same time casting a swift glance in the direction of Isaac who sat on the farther side of the tent- Venison is uot the only thing to be desiredWhats that mother he said look Ins up I say that Esau better stay at home and help look after things instead of trailing some frightened deer over the mountainside We need him more than we need bis venison Jacob did not linger to hear what reply his father would make but hur ried off to attend to one of the lambs which his watchful eye had discovered that morning lying with one of its legs injured He was a careful husband man and had it not been for his faith fulness the easygoing venisonloving Isaac would have been poorer by many a lamb and many a measure of grain And so while Esau roamed the fields with wild free spirit Jacob busied himself at home He was a keen cal culator and careful manager knowing how to obtain the largest increase or drive the sharpest bargain and his mothers nature and spirit were in per eel harmony with her thrifty son But Isaac loved Esau He ate of his venison and delighted in the stories of tho chase perhaps because his nature and train Ing under the gentle Sarah had shut him out of that wild realm In which his big strong agile son reveled Need we wonder then that this con dition caused in a measure a divided household and a division of Interests with clashing plans and ambitions And is it not always so where mother and father center affections and hopes in the favorite sons or daughters of the household one in one child and the other In the other Now Isaac had long since learned that he was no match for iRebekahs sharp tongue and so on this occasion he maintained a discreet silence and presently she continued her complaint One would think from Esaus shlft less worthless habits that the only JwntIing after it was killed was to eat It Isaac winced under the sharp thrust and feeling that some kind of a show at defense must be made he said Who was it cleaned out that den of lions after the flocks had been rav aged Who was it that trailed the great she bear that had killer one of the camels and fearlessly attacking her in her lair and ought her in handtohand conflict and slew her Who was it who set the traps which caught the foxes that were causing us so much trouble Surely Esau has served us well on more than one occasion All that is true Rebekab admitted but If the care and management of the flocks and herds had been left to Esau there would have been none for lions or bears 6r other beasts to have troubled Oh well when the responsibility of the Inheritance as elder son comes upon him be will change apologized the fa ther ever ready to make excuses for his favorite son Yes change sniffed Rebekah skeptically Hes been changing for the worse ever since he was a boy Never could be depended on And it was true for as a mere lad he had manifested the wild free nature and if set to tend the sheep he was more than likely to become interested in set ting some trap in the Held and forget all about his charge Or if sent on an er rand a skurrj Ing rabbit or other small animal was sure to tempt him from the pathway and that was the last of the From Pulpit to Forge Rev M E Bachman a popular clergy man of Mlllerevllle Pa has forsaken the pulpit and will go to work at the blacksmith forge The reverend gen tlemans father Is one of the best edge andtaugbtblswas ordained a preacher Now the young man finding that the small sal ary paid by his church Is not sufficient to support a large family will return to the forge being a skilled mechanic and lure of good pay J r = l 1 1 t f errand And as he grew into young manhood be chaffed more and more under restraint and the work and life of the home and for this reason he made the distant fields and woods and moun tains his favorite retreat Such habits were a constant source of irritation to the thrifty mother and she coaxed and scolded and even tried to drive her recreant son to abandon such an aimless life But It was all to no purpose and naturally her affection and pride centered In the steady pa tient plodding provident Jacob But to the mind of Isaac the discus sion had gone far enough and to escape further controversy ho withdrew with out making any reply to his wires lant remark And she was equally anxious to end the Interview for Isaacs rat crence to Esaus inheritance as tbe elder son set her to thinking and she wanted to be alone She had become so accustomed to Jacobs managing and his domination next to his fntccr In the domestic affairs that she thought of his being always in that place and forgot that Esaus right as elder son would some day change It all Was It right uho asked heiself when service and character and every thing which the mother could think of except the circumstances of birth over which be had no control proclaimed him the one entitled to the privileges of the elder son The drift of her thought carried her back over tho years and she found her self searching her memory for light The strange circumstances preceding the birth of the two boys andthe words of the Lord when she had gone to In quire of Him concerning the matter had never been understood by her and now she found herself saying over and over again the words which the Lord had spoken so many years before The elder shall serve the younger The elder shall serve the younger So absorbed was she In her thoughts that she did not hear footsteps and tho voice of her son at the tent door star tled her violently Who were you talking to mother I talking Did I speak exclaimed the surprised woman regaining her composureYes Jacob youve been saying over and over again The elder shall serve the younger The elder shall serve the younger just as If you were reciting your lesson or trying to memo orize a part Well I dont wonder Ive been speak ing aloud when my thoughts have been so wrought up and disturbed was the nervous rejoinder the color mounting to her cheeks as she realized that one of the hidden secrets of her heart had been revealed and that her son would next be asking for an explanation And the request was not long delayed for Jacob coming to his mothers side and looking searchingly Into her eyes asked eagerlyWhat do you mean mother by say ing The elder shall serve tha younger tThe mother was troubled and per plexed How could she explain some thing she did not and could not under stand herself But she knew she must say something and so she told him as simply and frarly as she could the circumstances of the Lords message Jacob listened with an Intensity that almost startled his mother and when she had finished they both sat in silence for some minutes Was it a feeling of exultation of triumph or simply a fervid recognition of the Divine element in his life which swept over Jacob as he sat there and thought of his brother and the possibilities of the future years But suddenly a cloud swept over his face The mother noted the change of mood the swift descent from the ecstatic to the morose Catching the thought with her quick Intuition which had flashed through the mind of Jacob and wrought the change she said as she pressed his hand reassuringly But the right of the elder son Yes we shall have to walt Three days passed and no Esau The morning he had departed he had made his boast that he would return at night with the antelope which had so re peatedly defied his skill as a hunter but be had not come Llttie attention was given the matter for he often remained away days at a time At first Isaac was disappointed at not getting his treat of venison but as the second day wore away into the third and still no Esau it was plain to see that be wai uneasy over the hunters absence Late in the afternoon while Jacob was busy preparing a pot of succulent beans Esau came in weary and empty handed The long tramp the persistent chase the scant provisions with which he had been provided all told a story of a hunter weary and famished And so the appetfzlng odor of the food which Jacob was preparing came to Esaus nostrils with a power which could not be resisted Qo eager was he for the food that he did not notice the sarcasm of Jacob as he asked Well wheres fathers venison Give me he exclaimed some of that pottage for I am faint with bun gerLike a flash there came to the mind of Jacob the words his mother had spoken The elder shall serve the younger But the birthright How it loomed up before him Sell me this day thy birthright ex claimed Jacob and you may have all the pottage you want And Ills fine he added as he took a dish and began to fill it with the appetizing food Behold I am at the point to die impatiently cried Esau and what profit shall this birthright do to me Let me have the pottage Swear Swear to me this day that it shan be mine Insisted the cautious Jacob withholding the bowl ofsteaming pottage while the pleasant aroma came crowding upon the nostrils of the fam ished Esau Yea I swear that It shall be thine Here Here Only give me to eaU And be seized the food which Jacob placed in front of him and ate as though there was never a needbut that of the physical And as the warm succulent food filled his stomach there stole over him that animal contentment which comes to those who know no higher feelings than the mere needs of the body And when he had eaten and drunken he rose up and went his way and the wily Jacob as he watched him depart muttered to himself Verily the elder shall serve the j younger Electricity from Cats An Indiana genius proposes to util ize eats for the generation of electric current for lighting His purpose is to round up the cats and drive them through a chute so that they will pass under rotating brushes which will ab stract the desired current The la vention might be further Improved by the employment of mice so that the cats could be drawn through the chute by induction Just how much feline power is required to light an Incan d cent lam has r c A BOILER EXPLOSION Terrible Disaster Aboard the Gunboat Bennington FlftyNlne Killed 50 Injured and 16 Men Are Missing FortySeven of the Dead Were Burled Near San Diego Cal San Diego Cal July 22one of th boilers on the United States gunboat Jcnnlngton exploded in the harbor here with terrible results The Bennington at the time of the accident was lying In the stream just off the commercial wharf at the foot of H street Tho warship had receiv ed orders from the navy department at Washington to sail for Port Har ford where she was to meet the moni tor Wyoming and convoy the vessel to Mare Island navy yard Steam was up and everything was In readiness for sailing when suddenly and without any warning whatever the starboard for ward boiler exploded with a deafening roar The explosion was terrific At the time of the accident Com mander LucIen Young and Surgeon F Peck were on shore The two officers as soon as they learned of the disaster hurried to the water front where Commander Young immediately took chargeOn the Bennington were pre sented terrible scenes The force of the explosion had torn a great hole In the starboard side of the ship and the vessel was already commencing to list A section of the upper deck was car ried away from stem to stern Blood antI wreckage was dIstributed over the entire ship the after cabin and the vicinity of the ship adjacent to the exploded boiler resembling a charnel house Over It all hung tho great cloud of white smoke which drifted slowly toward the Coronado shore The shock of the explosion penetrate ed every section of the ship blood and ashes being found as far as the stern of the captains cabin Portions of tho upper deck were carried away and great damage was done in all sections Most of the dead and injured were taken ashore where the undertakers and physicians were assembled the former taking charge of the dead and the latter to minister to the needs of the living The bodies of many of the men ta lien from the wrecked Interior of the ship were mutilated almost beyond recognition The faces of many were covered with blood and ashes The boiler which exploded it is said was regarded as unsafe Commander Young stated that during a recent re turn trip from Honolulu the steam pressure was kept reduced In that par tlcular one When the explosion occurred the engineer was inspecting the boilers as a preliminary to the vessels leaving port and te was not seriously injured San DIegp Cal July 24 They bur led the Bennlngtons dead Sunday 47 of them In a common grave On the crest of the promontory of Loma high above the shimmering water o San Diego bay on the one side and within sound of the booming surf of the Pacific on the other they were laid to rest In the peaceful little mill tary burying ground Without the crash of drum or the sound of brass without pomp or parade yet with slm pie Impressiveness all honor was paid the nations dead They have honored dead to keep them company the brave boys of the Bennington All about them lie those who died In the nations ervlco in more trying times Gravestones yel low with age bear the names of men who died at Monterey In the Mexican war others who gave up their live in the conquest of California and who followed Commodore Stockton at Old San Pasquel These are their neigh bors In death Army and navy paid tributes no less sincere than the simple grief of the representatives of peace who made the long journey around or across the great bay From Ft Rose cans came the 115th company coast heavy artillery from the city of San Diego the navaI reserves from the Universal Brotherhoods home on Pont Loma a company of khaki clad repre sentatives and from the government ship Fortune a dozen of their sailors But the most Impressive body of mourners were the 52 men from thfe battered Bennington Besides these there were hundreds of civilians who unthoughtful of the fatiguing Journey from the city brought their offerings of flowers to lay upon the graves A careful compilation of casualties was made by a press representative and is as follows Burled in military cemetery at Ft Rosecrans 47 dead now in morgue 10 awaiting shipment to relatives dead In fire room of Den nlngton still unrecovered 2 Total dead 59 Injured at various hospitals 50 Missing 16 Grand total 125 Among the wounded are A J Worthen Dayton O Brown Tetley Fllckweller Ind L A Cries Sylva nla O and W J Weiler Cleveland O Refuse To Sell American Goods Shanghai July 22The boycott of American goods la now working but it has been agreed that the completion of all running contracts for supplies will be allowed Meanwhile all the Chi nese stops refuse to sell American goods including Standard oil Special Session of Congress Lincoln Neb July 22 Senator E J Eurkett has received a letter from Secretary Loeb in which it was stated t is the presidents Intention to call a special session of congress on November 11 Business Failure New York July 22 Business fall ures in the United States for the week ending July 20 number 165 against 166 last week 190 In the like week of 1904 and 183 in 1903 In Canada failures for the week number 22 as against 20 last week Doukhobora To Emigrate St Petersburg July 22The Douk hobors are preparing another large em igratlon movement to Canada The community at Yakutsk is selling its property and preparing to leave In a body Inventor Killed In Auto Aeoldtnt Los Angeles Cai July 22Y T Hancock millionaire plow inventor and manufacturer is dead the result of an automobile accident in thfff city In which also his wife son and daugh ter were seriously injured The ma chine collided with a buggy Land Offices Consolidate Washington July 22The president has issued an order consolidating the Tucson Prescott and Phoenix Ariz land offices with headquarters at Phoenix The consolidation is due to Ihi fllln off ot business o 0 itI tJ f EDUCATIONAL NOTES The opinion Is making much headway in Germany that children should not be obliged to study out of school Prof E B Spencer who for the last 11 years has been instructor In Latin at the University of Denver will take the presidency of the Methodist college at RomePresident Edward A Alderman of the University of Virginia has just received the degree of LL D from Yale Though but 46 years old he now has seven of these degrees The largest Dante library in the world is that of Leonldas Leonelll In Udlnc Italy It comprises more than 3000 publications In all languages re lating to the poet- Intelligence has been received at Yale that the governor of the province of Hunan China has given permission for the establishment of the new Yale col lege at Chengsha in that province Mrs David Murray of New Bruns wick N J has presented Johns Hop kins university with a valuable collection of books afld relics illustrating tbe history and Institutions of Japan col lected by the late Prof David Murray The oldest university In the world is at Peking It Is called the School for the Sons of the Empire Its antiquity Is very great and a granite register con sisting of stone columns 320 In number contains the names of 60000 graduates Prof George T Ladd of Yale at the close of the JapaneseRussian war will go to Japan for a term of two years un der the auspices of the Imperial Educa tional society of that country to aid In the development of the system of edu cationSchuyler F llerron who has been superintendent of public schools In Northampton Mass has been called to the position of superintendent of the American School association of the City of Mexico There are about 800J American and British residents in tht Englishspeaking colony and this asso cia on bas charge of the education the children oI SCRAPS OF HISTORY Iron the first metal found in Amer ica was discovered In Virginia in 1715Moscows orphan asylum founded by Catherine 1L is supported by a tax on playing cards The earliest auction sale known was held at Oxford England February 28 1686 for the disposal of a lot of books The first Insurance company was es tablished In 170C U was called the Amicable and Its headquarters were In London One hundred and thirteen years ago on June 14 1792 the Hartford Bank was organized under the charter grant ed by the state a few weeks before and Its doors were opened for business on August 8 1792 It has had a con tlnuoua business existence since that dateAt one time the word gent was a reputable term for general use A respectable writer in 1564 tells of a supper to divers gentlemen of the Grays Inne for the great amitle be tween them and the Middle Temple gents The diarist Evelyn speaks of the noise and tumult occasioned by three or four wild gents in drink Soon after Queen Victorias accession gents became vulgar Thackeray speaks of It In 1842 as an affectionate diminutive at present much in use among commercial persons NAMES BEST DOCTOR MB BAY8SON PUBLISHES RESULTS OF VALUABLE EXPEBJEHOB A Former Pronounced Dyspeptic BA Now Rejoices In Perfect Freedom from Mlserlea of Indigestion Thousands of sufferers know that the reason why they are irritable and de pressed and nervous and sleepless is be canso their food does not digest but how to get rid of the difficulty in the puzzling question Good digestion calls for strong diges tive organs and strength comes from a supply of Rood rich blood For this reason Mr Baysson took Dr Williams Fink Fills for the cure ef indigestion They have been my best doctor ho Bays I vras Buffering from dyspepsia The pains in my stomach after meals were almost unbearable My sleep was very irregular and my complexion was sallow As the result of using eight boxes of Dr Williams Pink Pills about tbe merits of which I learned from friends in France I have escaped nil these troubles and ain able again to take pleasure in eating A very simple story but ifit had not been for Dr Williams Pink Pills it might have been n tragic one When dis comfort begins with eating fills up tho intervals between meals witKpaiu and prevents sleep at night there tertaiuly cannot be much pleasure iu living A final general breaking down must bo merely a question of time Mr Joseph Baysson is a native of AixlesBoins France but now resides at No 2439 Larkiu street Sou Francisco Cal He is oue of a great number who can testify to the remarkable efficacy of DrWilliams Pink Pills in the treatment of obstinate disorders of tho stomach If you would getrid of unnsen pain or burning in the stomach vertigo ner vousness insomnia or any of the other miseries of a dyspeptic get rid of the weakness of the digestive organs by the are sold by druggists everywhere Proper diet is of course a great aid in forwarding recovery once begun and a little book What to Eat and How to Eat may be obtained by any one who makes a request for It by writing to tho Dr Williams Medical Co Schenectady NY This valuable diet book contains an important chapter on the simplest means for the core of constipation f Let Your Grocer Bring Your Breakfast A little fruit a jar of cream and EggOSee Worry not about cooks or cooking weve done all that for you for EggOSce is flaked whole wheat cooked exactly right Strong in its sweet simplicity Pure in its natural flavor of perfect flaked whole wheat EggO See is natures food An EggOScc breakfast makes your dinner and supper taste better Back to Nature Eat EggO See Dont worry about meals their cooks or their cooking Eat EggOSec fornothidgclsc byqPcrf other name is the same or nearly as good and try it now for your grocer sells EggOScc The Price or Quality of Egg OSee has never been changed If can find grocer who doe not fell EGGOSEE end us his name nd tea cents mentioning this periodical and we will sen you a fullsized package prepaid Addres THE EGGOSEE CO Qalucr In Pacific Coast ana Rocky Mountain territory the price is cent two pacltaget for 25 cents To treat Pimples and Blackheads Red Rough Oily Complexions gently smear the face with Cuti cura Ointment th i great Skin Cure but do not rub Wash off the Ointment in five minutes with Cuticura Soap and hot water and bathe freely for some minutes Repeat morning and evening At other times use Cuticura Soap for bathing the face as often as agree able No other Skin Soap so pure so sweet so speedily effective Cillmr Setp romMoo drftr U ncdfclnt 4 ncl nent Tilft derived from Cntlcnra Skla Curt with tk pumt ef elciuinc Incndlnu tnd inert rtfnvhirf of flovcr Two Socpt es at ona rlM aamdjw SltdlHnl and TrjDrt Soap tor IJc FMtrr Dt f m Con Mia Prnpa Barton AMERICAN INN THE OKLT HOTEL Oil THE EXPOSITION GROUUDS LEWIS AND CLARK CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION PORTLAND ORE htuEDropM Plan 150 t 5DO htnAMriuii Plan 350 to 700I- nelndinj admission to Fair Grounds For farther Information and free Booklet address THE AMERICAN INN COMPAH7- IIns J T ilcCottPT General Uanacer p JOLET FOR WOMEN their ex wed as a douche Is taarvc toy dueluuics httls uiummtloa ueoreness cure Icuconbcca aca MM catanB Putin Is In powder form to be dinolred In n mer and is far more cleaaInff healing KerarJ and economical thin liquid antixptks for TOILET AND WOMENS SPECIAL USES For at at droggUu 00 cents a box Trial Bex and Book of Instructions Free TMB It PMTON COM raw BOSTON must READKRS OF THIS PAPKK UES1HINO TO BUT AXTTUINQ ADVERTISED IN ITS COLUMNS SHOULD INSIST UPON HAVING WHAT Tnrr ASK FOB REFUSING ALL SUBSTITUTES OR IMITATIONS Lewis and Clark Exposition 56 Cklcift ft PirllMi Mi ntHM wry lay this sumntr The first great exposition of theresources and theprod nets of the Great Northwest will be held at Portland Oregon this summer Portland is best reached via the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway Choice of routes is offered Via St Paul and Minneapolis the route of The Pioneer Limited via Omaha and Ogden the route of The Overland Limited or via Omaha and Denver past the wonderful panorama of Rocky Mountain scenery Another goodroute is via Kansas City and the Southwest Limited It is a good time now to plan your trip F A MILLER General Passenger Agent Chicago SL2I t W OT MEDICAL PRAOTICB j By means of the leprolln serum a temporary cure has been effected In a 4j number of cues under the care of the mission of lepers in India and the aj patients are kept in special observa aptlOflwards Inasmuch as a soldier wounded tag battle sometimes lacks the strength It to call out for help Dr Matienon a French doctor in the Japanese Red Cross service has invented a whistle 4hIch with a very slight exertion I a loud sound The purification of the water sup ply of Chicago and the improvement of 44j the drainage system of that city have cut the mortality from typhoid fever down to about onethird of the death r t list from that disease when the popu lation was little more than half as r great as It is now According to Dr T 1 Macdonald i J the prosperous and strenuous mental life combined with gorging explains 2thefrequency of Brights disease In high omclal circles at Washington He says that overeating Is the germ of nephritis Mental activity and physi cal quiescence aid in Its production and carklng care and worry are alsd causa tive factors Brights disease is j prone to attack the Intellectual and- the anxious Alcohol he thinks is J Znot as potent a cause as is generally i believed A rubber film glove bas been devised I for surgeons The gloves art put on by immersing the hands in aa weak solution of gutta percha In ben zine or acetone The purpose of the is to seal the surfaces of the hands twithan insoluble impervious and e practically imperceptible pellicle which a will not admit blood pus or secretions r Such a protective measure for sur 4s geons Is said to be preferable to work ing with rubber gloves Inasmuch as tho sense of touch or pliability of the skin is not Impaired In JUly way iITEMS OF INDUSTRY q4- v v w I rThe cotton factories in Lancashire f la spin enough thread in six seconds to goround the world A Kansas convict was pardoned in Aorderthat he might go to work In the 4 hafvest fields Any Belgian workman who Is over 4 65 years old and has less than 70 a year Income Is entitled on demand r to an oldage pension of fl2CS a year s The anthracite production for the s 3 j lfyear ending June 30 was 30716 10 flSTW against 29357207 tons during the corresponding period of 1904 ane Increase of 1459790 tons At Dippoldiswalde Germany there riQ Is a technical school for millers wherep rj3 all the latest Improvements In ma f chinery can be studied There are eight professors and teachers four of whom are engineers Quicksilver miners follow the most I4 unhealthy trade In the world The teeth of an employe drop out owing to 4 the fumes of the mercury produclnig constant salivation and the system 1 omlngpermeated with the metal fromtyear OnlyIare tIelda five gallons of oil which has medicinal virtues resembling those of 4 cod liver oil- I The bureau of navigation of the department of commerce and labor has made public Iii annual shipbuilding returns for the year ending June 30 1906 There were 1054 sail and steam vessels of 263064 gross tons built in Sthe United States and officially num 1bed during the year ODD OCCTTRKZNCES j L t An ingenious Greene county Mo farmer has rigged his farm wagon v up with a gasoline motor and runs Into autoSstyle The Judges at a Nevada Mo baby show last week gave every child a prize As the mothers of the babies wire all there they didnt dare doq j otherwise 4S r A Mexican and fullblood Pawnee In dian were married In the probate court f at Pawnee Kan the other day Neith er understood the language otthe oth s er Night Marshal Wriston acted as f interpreter for the Mexican and a court attache translated the Pawnee responses Into English j Richard William Jones Was pinned c to the ground by a large bowlder at the Llanberls quarry Wales on June 17 When his comrades lifted the rock lahiadllPeace They sang it as they carried k him to a hospital where he died Last year an Englishman spending his holidays at Lake Windermere 34 bought for 125 an old grandfathers cottageaI It was transit and the keepaIii pAyment of 25 The company I hisjust sold liter 500 Jat z- CHANGED HUSBAND 4I Wife Madeise Change InlooiL 9m Cbugeodlet is the only way to really cureBtomach and bowel trouble- iiJ A woman says L whenif r 4tSA from ft lor several years It was al bevfi toito diseoatlnue it He did so and be E gin to drink Postum Food Coffee The lIS lf change did him good frosa the begin 1nlaghla digestion improved he suf fired much leis from his nervousness 4I r aid wheahe added GrapeNuts food curedVMyi r 1 rg my former home had b come a ji ajerybus wreck also from dyspepsia i j Medicines had HO effect neither did t4S7 J travel help her On my Jait visit 4 hpesome months ago f persuaded f her to use GrapeNata teas She was t l despair ud coaseated She stock- a to it until It restored her health so c Pletelthat811els mow the moat 4Ssc thuslaaUc friend of GrapeNuts that 1I2Fo I eyer knew She eats it with cream d t or dry mates It comes from the pack ageTkeep8 It la her room and eats It wl1 everskefeels like It 1T began eating GrapeNuts food f 4c myself when a7 baby was two iiiksotdud I Soat know what II j- 1have dome without Itllyap peoIwaa weak and 1erv afforded but very little Bour i l tfM the child The Grape t utfood of which I soon grew ery foSlj speedily set aU this right again Aaandthe baby grew healthfulrosy and 3y beautIful as a mother could wish Ho year 0IdDOJdeataGrapo ifrts food every yOung 0thjW0f the food that Nuts we lddb herI 1rNaaesElven by Poetum Co Battle Creek NIck T rCTeIMs j T5 r F tit b 7ft j3 1i tJOt 9 t 1JJ F J l c F 4 1 jfX iJ = IC f ITEMSISTATE NEWS MULE RELEASED HIM How Adolph Wilson Was Taken Out of a Railway Wreck Nlcholasvlll Ky July 20Adolph Wilson who was In the railroad wreck at Mt Vernon Ind last Friday and was seriously Injured has arrived home lie attributes the saving of ils life to the action of a mule Ha said When I came to my senses a huge timber was laying across my back which I could not move In glancing around looking for help I discovered a mule standing within a Yew feet of where I was pinioned looking at me as If wishing to render assistance Soon the mule turned Its heels toward me and began to kick The first kick struck the timber a glancing lick the second hit It full and just grazed my ear which now shows the mark as you can see and somewhat moved the tim ber The third kick raised It sufficiently for me to slide from under and as I arose from the ground and started to make my way to a farm house the mule followed evidently satisfied with the good work accomplished FRANCHISE TAX Beard of Valuation and Assessments Makes Valuations Frankfort Ky July 20The Ken tucky state board of valuation and assessment placed valuation for fran chise tax purposes on the Cumberland Pipe Line Co of New York and tho Pullman Co of Chicago It fixed valuation of the total capital of the first named company at 857435 and the value of its franchise for purposes of taxation at 404837 A valuation of 300000 was placed on the total cap ital of the Pullman Co and 290000 Is the value of its franchise The total valuation of the Louisville Bridge Co a Kentucky corporation was fixed at 1750000 and the value of Its fran chise at 302000 GIANT GRAPEVINE Its Main Trunk la More Than a Foot In Diameter Ellzabethtown Ky July 2JHard- in county has perhaps the most won derful grapevine In Kentucky It is of the Ives Seeding variety and grows on the premises of John Irwin who lives a few miles from town The vine IB about 25 years old measures 225 feet In length and Its main trunk Is more than a foot in diameter with profuse branches that cover a large twostory meathouse It is estimated that its yield this season will be not lees than lOOO pounds Allowed to Cary Arms Frankfort Ky July 20Goy Beck ham has upon request of Lexington officials given permission to the Ninth battalion Ohio national guard made up of negroes to enter the state bear- Ing arms The negro soldiers are to hold their annual encampment at Lex ington September 12 to 16 next dur- Ing the time the colored fair will be held here Death of Judge Butter Columbia Ky July 20Judge J W Butler who was one of Adalr counts most prominent citizens a resi dent of Columbia IlJdead He was eight years county clerk and four years county Judge of Adalrx county He was a democrat and popular throughout this section of Kentucky Rosilngton Dead Versailles Ky July 20The ataP lion Imp RosBlngton 22 years old is dead at Nanturg rarmHe was a half brother of Ormonde and was the sire of Traverser and a number of good raCe horses The late Frank B Har per paid 12000 for Roaelngton at auction at 6 years old- Rsfuaes ToGo Louisville Ky July Z1H Alexan der alias W H Buchanan arrested iu this city at the request of authorities In San Bernardino Cal refuses to return without requisition papers Al exander lr wanted on a charge of for gery He has relatives at Cbilllcothe O J H Dempsey Hurt at Seattle jCovIngton Ky July 22J Herman bempsey well known here and for years associated with W E Apple gate the wellknown turfman who won te fight against Judge Perkins for control or the Latonla race track yiJt perhaps fatally injured in an automobile accident at Seattle Wash White burfl New Postmaster MaY JngKY July 31The post of dee scramble at Whltesburg which has been creating much interest for two weeks closed when Felix G Field a son of Commonwealth Attorney Ira Field received his commission and took control of the office Helping the Cause of Education Lexington Ky July nJ B Hag gin Is helping the cause of education by employing on hizbig farm during the summer more than 200 college boys If a youth is physically unable to labor in thoflelfls he is given work suited to his strength Weds Cincinnati Girl Greenup Ky July 21Joseph Bus lettEr prominent business man of this city drove to Ashlan i with Miss Flor ence Hugenschmitt of Cincinnati where they were married by Rev Father Waste Died From Hie Wound Clay City Ky Ju y21Jlm Willie Ware of VIrden who was shot In this city J ae23dled at the home of his father exSheriff Thomas B Ware Matt Tracy was indicted for malicious shooting at the last session of the cir cult court Prominent Partner Dies JShepherdsvllle Ky July 21J F Monroe a prominent farmer of Bullltt ajouaty died vat his hone on Knob reek from a strok of paralysis He was 78 years of age and leves a widow and 13 children Newspaper Man DeadIPadueah Ky July 20News reach ed the city of the death in Graves county f Will Watkips a wellknown Southeastern Kentucky character anJ former editor of the Moon He was employed in various newspaper offices In this section- Threatened With hood Poisoning Covlngton Ky July 20Dr Guy Vtekman la suffering excruciating pain operajtloBMondaynlgbt time cut one of his lingers It II fear W blood poisoning will set in 1 JtJ torij V fr Z rcff r It t I RARE PRESENCE OF MIND The Lineman Cut the Cltctrle Wire and Saved His Life Louisville Ky July 22Rare presI ence of mind saved John Slegel a lIne- man In the employ of the New Al bany Electric Light Co from electrn cutlon Siegel with three other workmen was engaged at East Fourth street and Cuibertson avenue when he climbed a pole and became entangled in A live wire With smoke and sparks Issuing from his clothing and the flesh frying on his hand he seized a hatchet from his belt and cut the wire thus breaking the current Siegel was nearly prostrated but maintained his hold until comrades assisted him to the ground A RECORD RAINFALL Boats Had To Be Used To Cross the Streets at Nlcholaevllle Nlcholnsvllle Ky July 22The heaviest rainstorm In the history of Jessamine county occurred and sorl ous loss of property Is reported The rainfall continued for five hours and the streets of Nlcholasvllle were under water and In many Instances the fire department was called out to assist families in moving from their homes to escape the flood A KILLING AT MT STERLING John Fay la In Jail For Shooting Lleutell Fassett Mt Sterling Ky July 22John Fay of this city shot and killed Lieu tell Fassctt here Fassett was shot In the stomach the ball going entirely through the body Fay was arrested and placed in jail Fassett Is 28 years old and a native of Bath county Fay killed a man hero a few years ago and has been in considerable trouble WITH A WINCHESTER Bleavene Lay Shot and Killed Sevler on Kettle Creek Burkesville Ky July 20 Bleavens Lay shot and killed Garfield Senor with a Winchester rifle on Kettle creek Lay came here and surrendered to the officers lie declared that Sevler was intoxicated and pursued him with a shotgun Lay is aged 35 years and heretofore bore a good reputation His victim was 25 years of age and con sidered a dangerous man The Lid In Louisville Louisville Ky July 22Mayor Grainger approved the ordinance pass ed and commencing with Monday morning all saloons will be closed between the hours of 1 and 5 a m Other ordinances provide for the licensing of banks manufacturers and other business concerns Loving Cup For Hart Louisville Ky July 22 Sixteen personal friends of Marvin Hart and firm believers in his prowess as a pugilist have purchased a loving cup of solid silver 20 Inches In height and costing 150 which they will present to him some time next week at his country home Woman Charged With Horaeateallng Covlngton Ky July 22J C Martin alias Rodgers and the woman Mrs J C Rodgers allas Nettie Davis alias Rodgerson who claims to be the wife of the man were arraigned before Police Judge Roctkln for a preliminary hearing on tlp charge of stealing a horse ard buggy from Theo WIeck The Alexandria Fair Newport Ky July 22The trustees of the Campbell County Agricultural association are at work on the pro gram for the annual fair which convenes the second week in September at Alexandria Many Improvements to the grounds are under way Held Up Rural Mall Carrier Paducah Ky July 22Four men were arrested in Ballard county on a charge of holding up and robbing a rural free delivery mall carrier and will be brought to Paducah to be examined by United States Commission er W A Gardner The New Electric Line Paris Ky July 20Paris business men are enthusiastic over the proposed ParisMaysville electric line The en tire amount allotted to Paris 16000 was raised in a few hours The town of Mlllersburg eight miles from hereI took nearly onehalf of the amount Death Due To Paralysis Nlcholasville Ky July 2iMra Johnnie Anne Hersperger aged 77 died of paralysis at her home in the country She was the wife of Henry C Hersperger a wellknown farmer and has been married for 57 year Tobacco Damaged By Hall Georgetown Ky July 22A terrific bali storm accompanied by lightning did great damage in the western por tion of Scott county Harris Bros alone suffered a loss of 25000 on their tobacco crop The entire loss will be about 100000 Halt Ruins Tcbacco Versailles Ky July 22 A heavy hall storm near Midway did thousands of dollars wqrth of damage to the growing tobacco James W Parrish the largest grower In the county had 185 acres of tobacco seriously injured Judge Bell Weds Harrodsburg Ky July 21W Con Bell and Mrs Ljxile Thompson both of this city were married here and left for the lakes The groom Is cir cult judge of the Thirteenth judicial district and is well known throughout the state Fire Games 96000 Loss Frankfort Ky July 2LThe rest dence of James McEweo a Woodlakn this county was destroyed by fire The structure was valued at 5000 and was the property of Rev W L Mo Ewan of Plttsburg Pa To Organize a Farmers Club Glasgow Ky July 20M W Neal of Louisville state lecturer for the agricultural department will lecture to the farmers of Barren county at Cave City next Saturday July 22 and will organize a farmers club after the lecture No Labor Day Parade Covlngton Ky July 20The ma jorlty of the unions represented la the Trades and Labor assembly of Kenton and Campbell counties have expressed themselves as being opposed to the annual labor day parade September 4 T 0 t 5 j t4OJJ jei IeoL DANIEL a tAMONf of War During President Cleveland Administration Died Poughkeepsle N Y July 24Col Daniel Scott Lamont secretrry of war during the administration of Presi lent Clevelands second administra tion died suddenly at his homo at Mlllbrock Duchess county Heart fail ure was the cause of death Col and Mrs Lamont were out driving In the afternoon and Col Lamont appeared to be enjoying the best of health After dinner he complained of feeling III and Dr Stewart of New York who Is a guest at the house Immediately went to his aid The physician diagnosed the case as an attack of heart failure and In spite of heroic treatment Mr Lamont passed away within half an hour At his deathbed were Mrs Lamont and two daughters Frances and Bessie Several guests at the Lamont home were also present when the end came Daniel Scott Lamont was born at Cortlandvllle N Y February 9 1851 He began life In journalism and from 1885 to 1889 was private secretary to President Cleveland by whom he was appointed secretary of war March 1893 Mr Lamont was vice president of the Northern Pacific railway and a director and trustee In many railroads and financial corporations He leaves a widow and two daughters JONES EXPEDITION ENDED Body of the Revolutionary Hero Land ed at Annapolis Md Annapolis Md July 24The John Paul Jones expedition commanded by Rr Adm Slgsbee completed its mis sion with the landing of the body of the distinguished dead The eight ships of tho squadron four cruisers and four battleships rested all lay Sunday in the anchorage off the naval academy lying In double column The day was without ceremony with the exception of the exchange of calls be tween Adm Sands superintendent of the naVal academy and Adms SIgs bee and Davis and Capt Cervals of the French cruiser Jurien De la Ore vlere On the halt deck of the Brooklyn in a spacious compartment at tho entrance to the cabin of Adm SIgsbee laid the remains of John Paul Jones They are contained Ina cas ket of lead enclosed in another of wood of handsome design and draped with colors Constant guard was kept by an armed Jackie Adm Slgnbea regards his mission as eminently successful and satisfactory His squad ron has steamed nearly 7000 miles without delay on account of accident or mishap to machinery TO HOLD A CONFERENCE The Czar Departs To Meet Emperor William of Germany St Petersburg July 2fAn official statement has been Issued to the ef feet that Emperor Nicholas sailed Sunday on the yacht Polar Star accompanied by Grand Duke Michael Alexandrovitch for the archipelago to Interview Emperor William who Is cruising in the yacht Hohenzollern In the waters of the Baltic Sea and the Gulf of Finland The first Interview of the sovereigns was expected to take place Sunday evening off the Finnish port of Borgo at the mouth of the Gulf of Finland near Helslngfors This will be followed Monday by another interview after which Emperor Nicholas will return to St Peters burg and Emperor William will continue his cruise- THE POUR PARLERS Preparations For the Meeting of the Peace Envoys Are Progressing Portsmouth N H July 24Prepa lations for the peace conference arc progressing rapidly and satisfactorily and by August 5 the date on which the plenipotentiaries are expected to reach Portsmouth from Oyster Bay on board the Mayflower and Dolphin all will be in readiness for their reception The Washington govern ment and the state of New Hampshire are cooperating in the effort to make the surroundings the conference as suitable as possible and are receiving generous assistance from the people of Portsmouth and the adjacent village of Klttery Me where the navy yards Is located and Newcastle N H near which the plenipotentiaries will have quarters In the Hotel Wentworth Crew of Four le Missing Delaware Breakwater Del July 24 Yawl yacht Narkeete owned by Dr H A Ware of Philadelphia sunk irt the main ship channel off West Bran dywine shoals Dr Ware and a friend were taken off by the yacht Circe The crew of four men is missing To Be President of Airline Railroad Atlanta Ga July 2fA persistent rumor is afloat In railroad circles here to the effect that John F Wallace formerly chief engineer of the Pana ma canal Is to be made president of the Seaboard Airline railroad The Boycott of American Goods Shanghai July 2fIn carrying out the boycott by the Chinese of Amer ican goods which was arranged for at a mass meeting here July 20 an excep tion will be made in the case of Amer- Ican dealers who have not yet receiv ed supplies of new goods Ten Saloonkeepers Arrested Kansas City Mo July 24Ten sa loon men were arrested here charged with violating the Sunday closing law They made good their threat to at tempt to ignore Gov Folks Sunday closing order The Arctic Expedition North Sydney C B July 24The Peary Arctic exploration steamer Roosevelt which left Bar Harbr on Wednesday reached here with Commander Peary his wife and daughter on board The Roosevelt will coal and leave for the north Uxorclde and Suicide Philadelphia July 24 William Hot royd aged 23 years shot and killed his wife Lillian aged 17 years and then committed suicide by sending a bullet into his heart The youthful couple were married a year ago To Prevent Spread of Yellow Fevers Washington July 2fThe officials of the public health and marine hospi tal service are working in harmony with those in Louisiana in the effort to prevent any spread of the yellow fever from which an Italian died at New Orleans Lightning Fires Oil Tanks Humble Tex July 2Flre started In a tank belonging to the Texas Oil Co caused by lightning striking the oil Eleven tanks were ablaze and over 1000000 barrels of oil were con eumed rtaf S LURE GIRL INTO A HAREM English Miss Marries Moorish Agent and Certificate Is Signed by Quilliam Tangier An extraordinary matri monial dispute affecting an Englishwoman has arisen here A Moorish acrobat from the Sus dis trict some time ago married a Manchester girl aged 17 The brides friends on learning that he was al ready a husband requested the British consular Authorities to send her back to England Acting Consul Mitchell called the Moor to his office and told him that he must ssnd the girl home antI pay tho necessary expenses Mr Mitchell threatened to hand him over to the Moorish authorities on refusal Thereupon the Moor suddenly drew a revolver on the acting consul but was prevented from firing by Mr Mo rillo the consular clerk who seized him A fierce struggle ensued and Mr Morillo was assaulted with the butt of the revolver The Moor finally escaped and took refuge in a sanctuary Subsequently the Moor was arrested and taken to the castle Tile girls parents claim her custody asserting that the marriage was a runaway one It has been ascertained that the ceremony took place in the Liverpool mosque the certificate being signed Quilllam Presumably the Signature Is that of Sheikh Abdullah Quilllam Boy chief of the Moslems of the United King domHe is a Liverpool solicitor who em braced Mohammedanism some years ago and has received many marks ol favor from the sultan TARANTULA PLAYS POSSUM Nearly Fools Keeper Who Thinks the Great Spider Is DeadAc quires New Coat New York Patrick Ohmer a keeper at the New York Zoological gardens survived an exciting experience with a large and ferocious tarantula and was able to celebrate Tarantulas of the Myagle family are almost as scarce as hens teeth in the United States They come from Brazil large hairy fellows eight inches in diameter and with a bite that carries sure and quick death in every nip The spider in TheBronx was kept in a glass case In the reptile house When Ohmer went to the case ho found what was apparently the shell of the spider covered with red ants He decided that they had eaten the rest of the spider so he removed the shell and took it to Director William H Horna day He then returned with a brush to clean the case He opened the door and inserted tho bush whenzlpIdown came the ghost of the departed reptile and whacked the brush to the floor missing Ohmera fingers by an inch The keeper slammed the door of the case and ran back to the director with the news Mr Hornaday refused to accept the ghost theory and taking down his books discovered that the Myagle sheds its skin once a year and that Keeper Obmer had come with in an inch of touching the rejuvenated spider Further investigation proved that Myagle was resplendent a new hairy vestment MULE IN PLACE OF A MILL Recent Demise of Esteemed Animal Causes Purchase of Windmill by an Ohio Farmer Congress O William N Stanley a farmer and large landowner in Congress township had a mule Now the mule is dead and thereby hangs a tale Stanley has had to buy a windmill on account of the demise of the longeared eculne For some time it was a mystery to stockItroughIdeveloped the fact that a favorite mule probably reasoning from cause to ef fect would go to the old log pump at different intervals during the nay take the pump handle in his powerful Jaws and would work it vigorously until the trough was filled The cattle would then slake their thirst Stanley says that after he learned this he watched and that he thought he could see a look of disgust on the mules face when It would return to the pump and find the trough empty and cattle standing around with their tongues hanging out from thirst In order to better utilize the mules efforts In be half of his brute brethren and in aid of his owner Stanley had a pump handle made especially and covered with leather after fwhich he paid absolutely 110 attention to the watering of the ageiapplytoMARKET REPORT Cincinnati July 22 CATTLECommon fSOO G 4 00 Heavy steers 4 65 5 00 CALVESExtra 65 650 HOGSCh packers 5 95 6 05 Mixed packers 5 90 6 00 SHEEPExtra 4 00 4 10 LAMBS Spring 7 00 FLOUR Spring pat 6 00 6 35 WHEAT No 2 red 88 No 3 red SO 84Vj CORNNo 2 mixed 59 5tla No2 white 60 6Ot i OATSNo2 mixed 33J RYENo2 new 65 70 HAYCh timothy 12 50 PORKClear mess 14 35 LARDSteam 7 12Vi 7 25 BUTTER Ch dairy 14 Choice creamery 22 APPLESChoice 2 50 3 00 POTATOESPer bbl 1 50 1 75 TOBACCO New 5 00 fJ13 00 Old 450 14 75 Chicago FLOURWinter oat 5 10 0 5 20 WHEAT No 2 red 92V4 93 No 3 red 92 105 CORNNo 2 mixed 0 5- 8OATSNo 2 mixed 32-YiRyENo2 68 PORKMess 12 90 12 95 LARDSteam 7 87 Vi 8 00 New YorK FLOURWin strts 4 60 4 65 WHEAT No 2 red 99 CORN No 2 mixed 63y OATSNo 2 mixed 37 38j 82iPORKLARDSteam 7 35 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 87 61vCAT1LESteersSHEEP No 1 3110 3 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 86 CORNNo 2 mixed 59 OATSNo2 mixed 36 PORKMess 11 00 LARD Steam 6 50 Indianaootls WHEATNo 2 red 87 CORNNo2 mixed 57 OATS No 2 mixed 8 35 ONCE THERE WAS A MAN Who Had Something to Say About Politics and Who learned Something complainedthatelected to office relates the Chicago TribuneDo attend the primaries asked his hearers I do not he said Then you have no right to kick they gooolcitizenthat the best men are chosen as candi dates Whereupon he began attending the pri manes lie worked faithfully for the nomination of sober honest and reputable can didates goodThe turned out in greater numbers and outvoted him and bad men were nominated and elected to office as before He felt that he had a right to kick this againDo his hearers asked him I do- Then you ought to keep your mouth shut they said You are a part of the crowd that nominates bad men and you are responsible for them Moral Do you get off here or wait till the car stops Our Changing Language Do you think that our country will ever succeed in getting ridof grafters SorghumThereunheard of But it will be due to the change that is constantly going on in our vocabulary There will be a new word that means the same thing Washing ton Star Explained New Boarder Look here Why cant I have a full cup of tea Waiter GirlThat was a full cup when I took it outer the kitchen but ye see this here teas so weak it jest lays down cupPhiladelphiaLedger Especially for Women 2UItSpecialA in wellknowngiven in her own words- I could not sleep my feet were cold and my limbs cramped Mrs Wellctt states I had an awful hard pain across my kidneys I had to let up three or four times in the night very nervous and despondentI in this way for five ears when I commenced to use Dodds Kidney Pills and what thev caused to come from my kidneys will descriptionBy one box of was cured Now I can sleep well my limbs do not cramp feelbetterhealth to Dodds Kidney Pills Womens ills are caused by Diseased Kidneys thats why Dodda Kidney Pills always cure them A Philadelphia girl killed a mad dog with a golf stick one stroke sum dent Expert golfers will however be shocked when is that her stance was oor and her address rather awkward Chtcago RecordHerald BEAUTIFUL SKIN Soft White Hands and Luxuriant Hair Produced by Cuticura Soap Millions of Women gre3tskIDbeautifying the skin for cleansing the scalp of crusts scales and dandruff and softeningwhiteningsore for baby rashes and chahngs for annoying irritations and ul antisepticpurposes oftheA few men said Uncle Ebenwi1l give you advice case dey honestly want to help An a whole lot will do it foh de satisfaction of remindin you of yoh hard luck an puttin on ainuhington Star Is Your Strength What It Should BeP Can you work as energetically or walk youusedyour memory as good as formerly Pains VeakMemorrNervous troubles cause premature old age shorten life and destroy happiness Regain your strengthvigor by using n nwi 100 at moot druggists or sent by Dr C Pusheck A woman may be convinced in after years that she drew a blank in the matrimonial lottery but she clings to the lie that her husband drew a prizeCbi cago Sun S Shake Into Your Shoes Allens FootEase It cures painfulswollen smarting sveating feet Makes new shoes easy Sold by Druggists and Shoe Stores Dont accept any su stltute Sample FREE Address A S Olmsted Le Roy N Y It is an odd fact that the most expert marksman cannot equal the unerring accuracy of the stray bullet in reaching the mark Baltimore American Pisos Cure for Consumption is an infallible medicine for coughs and coldsN W Samuel Ocean Grove N J Feb 17 1900 S The fellow who runs down other pro pIe generally manages to save a few words to sing his own praieY Y Times AN OLD MANS TRIBUTE An Ohio Fruit Raiser 78 Years Old Cured of a Terrible Case after Ten Years of Suffering Kidney Justus fruit dealer of Mentor SIDNEY JUSTUS Ohio says I byDoans Pills of a severe case of kidney trouble of or ten years standing I auf fered the most severe backache and other region of the kidneys These were especially severe when stooping to lift anything and often I could hardly straighten my back The aching was bad in the day time but just as bad at night and I was always lame in the morning I was bothered with rheumatic pains and dropsicalswelling of the feet The urinary passages were painful and the secretions were dis colored and so free that often I had to night I felt tired all day Half a box to relieve me and three boxes effected a permanent cure For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y SICK HEADACHE ICAItFERsi IVER PIRS CARTERS ITYLE IVER PILLS 4r eight pains lathe riseat served bytheseThey also relleie Dis tress troni Pj3pepsi ID digestion and Too Hearty Eating A perfect vets edytorDtataess Nausea Drowsiness Bad Tasta In the Mouth Coated TVfflgue Pain la the Side TORPID UVEH The 1SJWlPlLLGenuine Must Bear FacSimile Signature REFUSE SUISTtUTEf a t i kh 7S J i I I f p I r i n3 THE IDEAL WIPE 0 Shapes the Destiny of MenThe Influence of a Healthy Woman Cannot Be Overestimated Seveneighths of the men in this world marry a woman because she is beautiful in their eyes qualitiestion respect and love There is a beauty in health which is more attractive to men than mere regularity of feature The influence of women glorious in the possession of perfect physical health upon men and upon the civilization of the world could never be measured Because of them men havo attained the very heights of ambition because of them even thrones have been established anti de stroyed Whata disappointment then to see the fair young wifes beautyfading away before a year passes over her head A half- deadandaUve woman especially when she is familyisness in the home and a drag upon her husband Tho cost of a wifes con stant illness is a serious drain upon the funds of a Mn Bessie Airtfley doctoringareflaggingdark shadows appear under her horrIbledreamsaches bearingdown pains nervous despondencher system up at once by a tonic with Pinkl1ams hasdonehealth to the women of America than all other medicines put together It is the safeguard of womans health aletterMrs Bessie Ainsley of 611 South 10th Street Tacoma Wash writes Dear Mrs Pinkham II Ever since my child was born I have suffered M I hope few women ever have with bearingdoYItpaInshackache affected my so that could not enjoy my meals and half my time was spent in lydia fail coffee sold bulk merit valuable ICE CO Ohio AND and healthy stomach disease person with Constipation and Stomach Trouble always first succumb Sun Stroke Debility and Prostration Cholera Colic and Diarrhea are more fatal In Hot Weather because vitality lower they are direct result a mistake suddenly check diarrhea danger Blood Poison physic also weakens patient and reduces vitality Treat cause with Mulls Grape Tonic and are caused by decaying dying bowels and Intestines Mulls Grape revives and Bowels that they act naturally and eject the poison from builds the system and purifies blood Typhoid Fever and unknown families hl1e blot tIIUL lAneoa JC c MSUiS TKZB ILydlaE PinVbams Vegetable Compound well woman and I feel grate ful that I am glad Write and you marvelous brought me health new and vitality What r4diaE Pinkhams Vegetable Compound did for Mrs Ainsley it will for every woman who Is In poor health ailing Its bencfitsbeglnwhenitsuse begins It gives and from the start and surely makes sick women well and robust PinkbamsVegetable the greatest number of actual cures of womans ills This fact is attested to gratbfulPinkham laboratory Merit alone produce Women remember that a cure for female diseases actually exists and that cure is Lydia R Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Take no substi If you have symptoms you dont understand write to Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass for special adviceit is free and always helpful E Phikbas Vtab1c Cwd SIaectIs Where Itllers Let CommonSense Decide Do you honestly believe that loose exposed Haywhlehlllltadaubylt kj dust germs and insects pinning through many hands some them not overclean blended you dont know how or by whomeyoudontLION COFFEF Is another story TIle green berries selected by keen Judges the plantation are sldlllBlly roasted oUr factories where precautions yoa would not dream are takea to secure perfect cleanliness Oavorstrength and uniformity From the time the coffee leaves thefactory no touches it till it opened in your kitchen UABEK OF HI PACKAGE COFFEES This laM wade LION COFFEE tile Millions of American Homes welcome LION COFFEE daily There no stronger proof than continued and morons ing popularity Quality survives all opposition Sold onlyin 1 Ib packages Lionhead on every packageaSave your Lionheads for premiums SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE VTOOLSON S Toledo Mulls Grape Tonic FREEFOR Hot Weather Dangers CONSTIPATION STOMACH DOWEL TROUBLE onelwith can contract A Is the to to Heat Is the of Constipation It is to the is A is dangerous as It the the Constipation Its attending Ills or Tonic strengthens the so are enabled to the duringhotup the Appendicitis are in where Mulls tDd I Cur aDd Nu Ita cant OO3 5a lit so to tell my It life do strength can all ute in to of j ol hand is is of Grape Tonic is employed A3 Stomach Tonic It Is unequalled SUFFERED ALL HIS LIFE The endorsement of E BMcCurdy of Troy Ohio proves that Ihe severest forms of Constipation are promptly cured by Mulls TonlcHo says cave your Tonic thorouth trliU It Is the is had been afflicted with IfIt ray life Fordays my bowels would not act and then only by the usa and suffered with inward piles the cf which would at times raise me off my chair spent much mercy with various ooctors and medicines to no nailSoon after started Mulls Crape Tonic my hearty recommend It as an absolute cure to which am living witness Until Mulls Grape Tonic was put on the American market there was no cure for Constipation Let us send you a bottle free to show you that will do all we claim Good tar Children and turIng Mothtn FREE BOTTLE COUPONSend this coupon with your name lid address inS your draeeiitt name for a free bottle of Malls Tonic Stomach Tonic andwriteThe genuine has a date and number stampM on the label take no other from you druggist WINCHESTERRIFLE AND PISTOL CARTRIDGES Winchester and Pistol Cartridges of all calibers are loaded by machinery which sizes the shells supplies the exact quantity of powder and seats the bullets properly By using firstclass materials and this uptodate system of loading the reputation of Win chester Cartridges for accuracy reliability and excellence is maintained Ask for them THEY SHOOT WHERE YOU HOLD The Baler IELI PRESSES bale sbieejn 0Deabaaw1 ts5-ad4 4 04 MM 45IMge book referenceriizuznio recovery and vigor such results should at at Grape a Dotbmheallhr I meSDda today it Ailing Rifle ANTIDAMPED laSts n k1 nnllra pUai l nu itf n ses1i lilt l niil 4r Intuatlr iraly hot rr ii yut druf flit or 6y n ll w lie THE TOILET P a Box JU Ctidastt Outs 2084 r I FrccSameIe onResuut fUto4rrrm ANKE PISO S CURE FOR Bert eougb Syrup Tastes Good Uta In limo Sold by drug- ei1I11ThIh I I44iiI Pt J S l4 s 1V Lt t OWINGSV1LLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO OWINGSVILLE KY SI PER YEAR I ADVANCE pi I Address all coinmiinicalions tyl yiTUEOUTLOOK PURLIHMINU Co or 0IJons W HONAKKK Owingsvilli IiKyrt Subscribers deniringji change oft oddrep should always give previous I Address wh n writing- Correspondents when out of nta tiuhery should mention fact on n t Separate slip of pa pur No commission is allowed to any 5A body on subscriptions Tile OUTLOOK is sent one year Sfor one dollar eix month for sixty cent three months for thirtylivo t cents THURSDAY JULY 271C05 Li ANNOUNCEMENT r FOR REPRESENTATIVE jSWe nro to announceI t E Dof Morehad a can tjntefor reflection as Rcpresenfa Hath und Rowan roiin l tie subject tlltho action of the a 2I Democratic party We nro authorised to announce lf Vnller htUpIIf Sharnsburg aa a tRnItIdate for Representative from j dnd Rowan countieH subject 0 l the action of the Democratic irF party Too Much Paternalism Under the caption Not a Lux 5p ury but it Necc8ityTlieKentucky i + Farmer and Breeder of Lexington replies at length to u very brief criticism of THE OUTLOOKS inrc gn5rcI to n State appropriation in 5m lid of the State Fair Tho article V of the Farmer and Breeder is repro duced in this issue TUB UrJTLooit tins no specific has f k to State old to the State uir t IDnubtIes the State spends ninny a dollar In a worse cause What isa objected to Is the general tendency toward puternnliHUi in government 1114 The appropriation for the State F FaIri paternalism pure and sim plo The Suite is culled on to help lr n an enterprise that tire managers 1oughtto make Keifsupporting If q i necessity that it is claimed 1 t the the interests tnoit directly 4 C Concerned should subscribe aVi omoiiit fiilllcicnt to make it n sue J I ICS Paternalistic preofdents in other States dont justify it here federal nod State paternalism are iSlL it growing ut u rapid rate Mofe and J people every year look to gov theyfThe wore this demand is indulged tof4 I t No doubt a State Fair perma nently located at Lexington with 4 suitable grounds and buildings would bqjiighly beneficial to the i live stock and agricultural inter eats The coiiuty fufrs serve in a p measure the same useful purpose k ji NOun of them asls help from the t public treasury In fact if they Cuflilstfy their existence by timer d lung and gaining popular suppor W as indicated by the tate receipts it is generally felt that it is better fur 1 them to perish Some hnvo been 2 Abandoned but It is principally be I ruuse the management has failed f t to keep step with progress by pro h Viding novel features of general inr stinieStress mind general character of tame new bout the oldfashioned county i falr from year to year The illlJtun jump into popular favor of the Ttreot fair sotneyears demonstratedq t the public relish for novelty The Vfl street fair was promotbd by private fl subscription Weliaye heard of 1 instance in which a county fair o- rtj v n street fair hu4 been aided by wonJ IISl iIy fronj n Bounty or municipal j treasury but if it was the custom to do so wo believe it would be n r harmful policy in the lung runThe imoney taken from the people by taxation should as tv rule be e = pendcd for the prime essentials I good goernmlnttcoomicullyad Rlin stered Education nt public V expense is one of the xeeptiona It would be a during person who would 4in criticise the policy of educat LM l1S espensetI I tor4errsflrtor enterprie that may help p t welfare is carrying thd prsctica t1o far especially when it4 can he nswefl or better done by private efTort 3 JUDOE PAYNTEK of the Court of Appeals decides that national c bunks can not secure the exemption v4 IXfrom taxation of their capital stool t J 1t t in United States bonds a i H would remit in tho evasion 0 l1r5 frIfeet not intended by State or Pert tera government although the lat tel exempts U S bonds themselves f PS andinterest on thepa tram all tai aliohI1i is said that the whole 4 1Co w1IIIotibtess concur tn th- decision on appeal 1 r TtperIE attendingrife on boar b3r I a xrrtrehjp even in time of peace ii t r again illustrated by the frightful casualties resulting from the explo Finn of a boiler on the U Si gun r koat Bennington at the harbor of n Sail Diego u1lnBt Friday About I inxty men were killed and Ilftr1 wounded Accidents nil Uncle 3awdrflhips are ratber frequent butiBvefitlijaUon pits to disclose crhtnalnoghlzence- r A cocrLw of HungnrUne wenf bombing for Abdul Huoiid Sultane r ftf Turkey at Constantinople last Friday They failed on the Suly I tsn but bagged 24 soldiers and II nocent byitanilers besides wounii f tr ing 67 p rDBi and 65 h t j VilliHgof rulers is a yeVMt1eI sport with a certiin rsCIatingl J v r t c V i 1i itI fi t tt f J 1O t H 1r iOb jI 1 t g r tJ rY i i2 GJ r 2 Ii i tiflr4 t1 J p c ZSllS cl iili h r CORRESPONDINCEI Upper Flat Creok Born to Kd Glover and wifo n son Miss EtuniajClinu hiti been quite sick time past Week X3 G Carter and family npcnl Sunday with L A Glover and film ily Mrs Id Coleinah of Mt Sterling ie visiting Mrl Grit U Lane this weekiMuster James Sullivan of Mt Sterling visttin Mr timid Mrs A C Qiiinii last week Mrs T J Stoele visited Tens Jackson and loathly near Spencer several lays last week Airs James Gillon and lithe daughter Ellen returned to their home in whngvihlo Monday miller a two months etuy with relatives in this vicinity Crooks Fred Heath and daughter of Pineville mire visiting here Protracted mefting began at Peeled Oak last Friday night Mrs Will Ross visited relatives at Salt Lick several days last weekT 4s M rAt Eiuina Calk of Montgom ery county is visiting relntivcs herw Peed fe Lathram shipped two carloada of cattlo to Ciiicinnuti Sit t urd u3 Mrs II 0 Hall and Miss Letha Yarbrough visited friends at Olym pin Sunday Wilson llcndrix shipped n double deck loud of lambs to Jersey City Saturday Will Warner and wife of White Sulphur are visiting Mrs WH par emits Kristus Carter and wHo S H Johnson and wife visIted Mrs Johnson parents Totn Per gram and wife on Peejcd Oak must Sunday Bethel Alex Stone is on the sick list J C B Gillcapiu bought twelve sheep from Chas ilsulISrforf60 OHio ArrnsniUh and P E Hickoy were at Olympian Spniigs Sunday MUs Mattie Snritha of near Lcx ingtun is visiting at J W Clinken beardsRelatives from hero attended the funeral of Luban Sharp at Sharps burg Friday Mrs Rollie Kirklnnd of Moore field visited her mother Mrs Sue Peters Wednesday Mrs Will istimacl who was dang cruuttly hurt by it cow Is improved some nt this writing Miss Pearl Line of Mt Sterling visiteil her sister Mrs Ed Gregory Saturday and Sunday Walter and Sudie jlfnkenbcard entertained a number of their friends Wednesday night Brp Willoughby pr eached his foal sermon here Sunday resigning this work to tBkR chair in an Eastern college Our best wishes lira for Him in his now field II L Clinkenbenrd wife and daughter Mien Kmraic of Windsor Mo Iv L Rice of North Middle own Mrs Ruth Dodsworth of Cincinnati are visitors at W B Scotts Moores Ferry The corn crop is looking fine John Rice got tho druinSaturday which Kiuibrell rallied elF ThursdayTimefv Mrs MbrtSIuoutltusbeen sick the past weekf but iseonte better ITho oats are About till emit in this part 1heyare u fairly good crop Leslie Atchison sold to Win Ln thrum 10 bead of IaO lbs hOlts at 50 Boonc Ingruuv is getting some better nod is able to walk around n ttlerMrs JotTRi eof west of Owtngs ville visited Mrs George Razor time past week Mrs John Fanning Jessamine county is visiting her daughter Mrs B L Ingram Wm Flood and Ed Fanning seen to visit Mr Spencoa quite otter lately What about it boys goTheya bucket and huckleberries ut 20c a gallon byheris visiting her old home after an absence bf twentysix ur8 YulejJohnsons the past weekand has been overin Rowan county trying to get the Slaty Point school us it is without a teacher now f Alex Kegley of Elliott countA who was teaching the Slaty Point schbo wentin ewimmjiig in Lick- Ing river last Monday evening near lies Mill and was drowned There was another fellow with him It is supposed ho tool the cramps in the water f S y The following took dinner will wi1eSundaylVmReeves Mrs Edna Edtill and futility Mrs Rdinia Carter and family Mrs Chins At bison and family und Ms Lucinda Morris of Missouri who id now on u visit John Atcli isuri rind wife John Otis und wile AkB Melissa Baty Died Friday July 21 1905 John Razoraged about 59 He had been sick for abjUt three years and had been in bediabout a year not able up The physicians did not what ailed hltu for certain 1kntlwsupposed it WHS erysipelas He a brother Thouias Razor to tmti 4 d t r rd r h ti H rv V 1 T lIllU r JfiiI mmirii his loss Ho was buried at Itt Point cemetery SaturdayWo extend sympathy to the bereaved jfarnil- yUopor Whlto Oak Mrs Nannie Rogers is sick with nrysipuhiH D S Hawkins and wife spout Sunday at SmalL Lick J1 Swvtiinin and won II 0 were in Fleniingsburg Wednesday Mrs Addie Siculo returned rtv her homo on Suit Well after II viai of three weeks at this pliice Urn Ciordon of Loxington very ably illicit Urn Millers appoint ment here Sunday morning ToHimie Gudgell son IfiV B Gudgell returned from lioopuftioii III Saturday lie lied been there somc time A scries of meetings will begin hero Monday night a week con ducted by lurK Tinsley and Mil her We hope our meetings will be a success and that large crowds will bo in regular attendance urn rinsley is well known und much we hope will be accomplished Grange City Charley Price is quite sick Suvcral fniiu here attended Court at FIcmntngbuargi1timtIiy Miss Mary Outright was tin guest uf friends at Wyoming last week Rout Freeman wife and daugh ter Mattie Wilson visited relatives at Hillshoro Elders Jones and Slmrrard be gan a protracted meeting at this place Saturday night Aunt Polly Spark of Lexing ton visited her nephews T Rund ISS RatlilF last week Mrs Nannie MeRuberts and Mrs A D Hawlings attended Cherry Grovo camp necting Saturday anti Sunday Mrs W C Phillips and sons Newman and Robert of Aehlnnd are visiting Dr W E Phillips und family at Wyoming Miss Addie Newman vioitcd friends and relatives at Flen ill s burg and while there attended Cherry Grove campmeeting Mrs M C Payne nnd daughter Ruth Victoria of Bowling Green were guests of Iier aunt Mrs Vic turin Newpan the past week Miss lolcne Walton of lilockton Iowa is expected to arrive Wednesday as the guest of her grand father R R Walton and family Licking Union There is an 8 ft rise in Licking river Mrs Ella Jackson was in Suit Lick Wednesday Troy Jennings and wife went to Salt Lick Saturday Wm A Jones and Bert Johnson were in Salt Lick VemIoesda- yTlmmasWooley fold Dr McFnr land a twoyearold filly for 70 W A Jones left last Saturday t attend church at Sluty Point John IL 1ckellof Freestone visited hero Saturday and Sunday WYllard Newkirk bought a cow and calf of Henry Armstrong for 8 J W Ham Vent to Plantings for medical ex am inntionjFrank Jockson and family of Salt Lick visited his father J R Jackson Saturday and Sunday W R Hunt of Salt Lick filled his regular appointment at the M E Church Saturday and Sunday Newt Williams got his leg broken just above the ankle Friday bya steer Dr Alexander of Yale set the iimbJFleteJiciCrouchlast Friday looking for hogs There are few hogs in this section Nellie and Noia Cogswoll loft last Tuesday Nellie to her grandfathers at Millers 0Ind Nora stopped oIl at her aunts at Ash lund Olympia Miss Myrtle Benson is sick Irhere is a big crowd at Olym pian Springs now Clarence Power of Owingsville vas here Sunday nigLt W and wife left for Muokulow W Va Monday Tom and Jainps Mont joy left Tuesday for West Virginia M rs J K Jackson visited her sister in Owingaville Sunday Elzie StHtonhnd wife andThorn ton Riley moved to Yule Mdudumy Miss Mt ud Moore of Ashlund visited Mrs Motile Case Saturday night Severe from here attended the meeting at Jackscn school hoisj Sunday Owingsjibeunday Thomas Grifflnwho VM cut near iWdrovingVon of Owingsville visited friends hero Saturday mind Sunday Miss Anna Turner with is tank ing her hoiiiein Salt Lickwas the guest of hgr mother Saturday and Sunday lire Crockett riled his regular SurtdayBroday night Tnliiiagc Clark and wife of Ash- iand1who had been here on a visit to their patents for four weeks returned home Frjdoyr r f l T1-4f 7 iC ttJ rJ r 11 Knob Licit Very Reasonable weather There was quite un electrical storm Friday evening l Ilorn to the wifo of Franklin Christy a girl July 22 There Was n big change in thcI temperature Sunday afternoonand coatS were much in evidence was meeting hitldat the hoiuVof John Quinton Good ImSter Sunday eve by request of his wife who is in bad health Things me very quiet now at the mines Once in n while some young fellow will go to town und paint things along time trayiLightning struck an elm trlOI near tho railroad crossing of turn pike setting it on lire The shock throw Mrs Christian out of herI chair The tree burnt down fuliI ing on telephone line anti demolish luga gate- Common penso is rot only uncommon now a days but seemsI to ho riitber unpopular Wheat tho world needs most nowI is a good supply of oldfashioned honesty The standard is now being mis id and time time is here when the pnoplo muni eitt er stand for honesty or tune up with political graft urn We see several more national hunks have suspended and the do positors ate loft holding the bag Best banking system In the world fur the bankers Of course the people are taxed l fr being fools but they ought to be compelled to take out license Besides as it la now the tax goes to time corporations and trusts instead of to the GovernmentStoops Sam F Deal has been very sick Our farmers have begun to talk 150 per bbl corn John English ofSharpsburgwas with friends here ridnI0 S Bigstatf has been visiting friends it Lancaster PenuILtitherTriwble anti family moved to Bourbon county last week Mrs A W Byrd has been visit ing her parents near Olympia Wheat in this vicinity fIB time poorest quality ever produced Mrs Wm Turner of Springfield is visiting relatives at lillcr burg MrsTN Coons of Bourbon county has been the guest of relatives here Mcsdamns Thomas Warner nod Thomas McClain have both recur ered from their illness The girl who starts out after an ideal husband usually contents herself with a rulone fhOnellIy needs ia fool who can play tIme smart man to perfection Love la blind tis said Prob ably thats time reason it leads so many into crooked channels Jesse Morgan and daughter Miss Leo tin of North Middle iwlI visited relatives heie Saturday andSun tiny Mrs R II Jewell was removed time hospital at Lexington last wok She will undergo H surgical operation Graft lathe most popular word used today It is alsoa very prof itable husiiiess as lung us anyone ella find some one else to operate it for iiumSRev Burnland pastor of the Somerset Church Will attend the national convention of the Chris than Church at San Francisco in August Mr Editor ia Owingsville going to have a direct fair Una yenrVe have been hearing it ever since tho dawn of time Now Year but itseeing to always be a few weeks ahead Squire John CTrimble andThos Warner are candidates for tho Re publican nomination farMagfstrate in this the uth district of Mont gomery county Both men are popular and the race promises to be an exciting one Step stone W L Payne sold six bogs toMr Utbler of Mt Sterling at 5c Rev Elbert Damson will preach SundayEverybody Mrs Wm Uelnig is on time sick list also Mrs T U Carmichael both are some better C B Reid and wife spent Sun day in Mt Sterling visiting Mrs Reids mother and sister W R Wilson and wife spent Sunday with Wm Warner and wife on Butlers Branch Born to hid5ifdjfEd Glover luet weeka ti and child doing wellirhappy Mrs J M Stout of Pound Gap Va is here visiting her fatherin law W L Stout und family Jos G Thompson son of die late Squire J A Thompson hero vie iting his old homo for u few weeks The icecream supper that was nighttinsday Rev Carpenter will begin a met ing at Corinth schoolhouse Thursday night of this week Como one come nil- Miss returned boma from school at LesingtonThursduyl She will teach the Corinth school this session sWo had nice wins Thursday night Friday and Saturday they were badly needed and ppreJ elated very much Wm Allington and family ofi Thomson were hero several don last week visiting his brptherafn law W Aand G Conner f JJ 1 IJo MieFcs Mary anil MHlicCarraich nol npoiit Sunday at bwingNvTlio visiting their brother Johp vJmmt- eWife ia tUck Thuy rrpqrt her sonic hotter i Mrs W T Thompson is visfijuR her biotl cr Jake Lansdalo and family on Spencer there beingmm lmmniiiyulaughter John S Blovins nnd wire of PreMcjn Win Allington wife md children of Thompson and Mifs Lizzie Conner fjunt Sunday with II D Blcving and family Mrs Lucy Staton of Olympia was hero visiting her son Robert accnmpuniedunending sehool at Olympia W T Payne and daughter Miss EVIL left Wednesday to visit his ort Ernest rind wile in Illinnisaiid also visit his brothers in Indiana and Kansas beforo returning home SaturdnyfornIav John Wilson near Mt Stir ling her sister Miss MHO being up there on n visit already for soon weeks Snot Perkins wife mind daughter Mrs I S Watts nnd son Mrsi Ann Eliza Scott of Preston A Gar mutt and daughter Miss Mildred nil qijnt Sunday with Asa M Crouch as well as Lottie G Bitlinger Odcss Walter Riddle is improving slow y Willson it Hcndrix passed herewith n nice bunch of In nibs lust week They gathered some here at 5oT L Darnell and wife of Ow ingsvtlle their guests Mrs Alraira Mann and Mrs Saralf Galoway of Falniouth were guests of friends itifd relatives hero recently The trustees of tho lower WhfieY Oak district are putting some new liomeruadc benches in the schoolhouse which arc much better andii great deal more comfortable to sit than tho little horn narrow patent goodfor nothing ones III ready there Your scribe received cardMon rf day from Elder T S Tinsley ci Louisville staling that ho would be at White Oak church lonlillY night July 31 to continue time meeting that was expected to be begun by Elder Miller lust Sunday but from 9oni6 cause it did not begin Ceo Steele of FlatCreekbrouglil his wile down Saturday n week ago fur a weeks viit with hut father G W McKmivan and family George returned the lext day uq companicd by his aunt Mrs Limo Darnell who hud spent time previ ous week with her daughter Mr W T SiYctmun The many friends hereof L T Sharp wore to hour of bin sudden denthntlliltohorlust week lie had been traveling this nud lii many years for a Maysville lirm and knew most everybody in this community lIe was a clever so ciable milan and Ma aim rus to take care of his customers as well as house Peace to tile ashes AVIIlId you havent ImmidanakC Hloy some time we will give You one a little mixed with snake squirrel a little old but new to ulany AfouL two years ago Jilli Kerns while hunting in Julia A Andersons woods saw u young eqiiirrelon the tip end of a lioibof Ittree On closti inspection he saw a very large snake which after wards measured 91 feet in length crawling out jhe same limb Jim tired ut the snake the shot cutting the snake nearly into sonic 2 or 3 fetblck from the bead one shot striking time head The snake cni e tumbling to time ground and the lit tie squirrel got home safely rntln tree On approachfng the snake was seen to bo nil pouched out be tween the head and the wound i n the body Jim says he pressed o n the pouched place with his foot and two more young squirrels ran out at the Wound and ono ran out at its mouth The three squirrels went capering up the tree and in home with their little mate and perhaps tried to tell him of the discomfort of their imprisonment The snake had swallowed four of them but the fourth one was dead perhaps the first one he swallowed The whole den would soon have been cleaned up had not Jim appeared Five sixths squirrel and one sixth snake makes this belong to the squirrel class of stories H Private School 1 HRS CORA CONNER Will open hr school again the 2d Monday in September Only a limited number taken For particulars apply to Mrs Conner 5 C O KAILWAT Trains 22 and 23cnrry Dining service Meals alncarte TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT 27 1003 Tim OF TnAzs ATPnESTONSTTION Eastbound No 26954 a m No 22 1249 P m No 24 1005 p m 7 Westbound No 21 648 a m No 23 143 p m1 No 25 344 p ni Nos 26 and 23 daily except Sunday all others daily 4 flj S f t a ir rZ 1 1 IT 4l j I tss rI 7 if Ip t v jJ cr 2 7 Itf HIM IIMI Illl l i llll Ill llllllllllllllimll lull T I lli1 t 7S Lt Lm i F CAIIFORNIAf Do you want to live where the climate is mild the year round Iwhere labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where I animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more varied than in any other equal area in the world where the division of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that rI will assure you a competence 4 Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain yhere crops are sure business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment Then go to California where both health and opportunity await your coming The Chicago Union Pacific and NorthWestern Line iifis the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and there are two 1fast through trams dally via this line over the famous double track railway between Chicago and the Missouri River Special low roundtrip rates ate in effect via this line throughout the summer to various pacific Coast points and colonist lowrate qneway tickets will be on sale during Sep ltember and October which give an unusual chance forsettlers tto make the trip at a minimum of expense l tSDaily and personally conducted excursions are operated through to San Francisco Angeles and Portland without change on which a double sleeping car from Chicago costs only 700 via the tLr chiiPjiI Union Faoifi arid Southern Pacific Railways J1 ft FILL IN THIS COUPON TODAYI NW484 r JOffCErim- eBoard of Election officers met in the Bath County GlerkaOf flee on the lath day of July 1005 for the purpose appointing elec tion ollicers to hold the election IIfd redhyJuc1gIJnoADnughcrty County Judge to take the sense of voters of the towns and county on limo proposition submitted its to vhethtjr spirttuoua vinous or malt liquors Hhall be sold iiilialhCounty or in time towns of Owiogsvillc and Sharpslturgfiiid election to be held SlltlmburIRJ II Courier IIlIllW S Gudgell Hlcction Cornrs he ng present do now appoint time following olIcer Ihf election OulKOSVItLE PUECT Nil 1 J Nenhitt clerk J W Barnes sheri If M DaritljndtlJ iGinter judge OwisosviLLENo A II thW8sn clerk M p Jones nheriif Rotten Bailey judgcMoo Sheehan jnVlge OWISGSVIUK No aDaritI Vil Ifamgon clerk Geo T Young sheriff tt L Wells judge B H Ross judge Sri Krsnuno No 1IInry Sto phens clerk Churlio Sprat sheriff Geo W UurtJItJ Wood judgq SnAKPSBDna No 2 Ins hurst clerk Chas Arnold sheriff C A Brown judge W H Wood judge JlBTiiEt Jus V Emmnns clerk Juo Clinkenbenrd ehcrllf GeoDon ohUon JiidgeGranEInzi4rigg judge Soutu SniiRDURKE Jhas Newt comb clerk T Daticherty sheriir Mat Gudgell judc W E Darnell judge VToelINGC W Tpton clerk W C Jackson sheriff Ceo Barnaby judge Jno T Gudgell judge Fonoc IIILL1 W Wright clerk Lewis Barber sheriff Bud Wright Judge Wm Lowry judge SALT Lick No 1 Thomas Jones clerk OlivervShrout sheriff Lee Palmer judge Jonathan Cassity1 judge SALT LICK No 2JefT ShouseS clerk Jno Basford eheriff Robbins judge W R LICKING UrioxRobt MiJKinney cjlerk Wee Alfrey sheriff Jno Ham judge Jan Lewis judge WHITE SULPHUR Wm E Jones clerk Lewis Adams sheriff Wm Clayton judge HenryCrouch judge PitEstoK S V Johnson clerk Henry Case sheriff Tom Johnson judge Jas Crooks judge Meeting adjourned SETH BOTTS Chain R H CONNER W SGUDOELI A Coppy Attest J T PETERS Clerk By T J Peters D C SETII BOTT Sheriff Bath Co Ky Bath County Court July Term 10 dRY of July 1U05 B H Ross nnd Others On petition to prohibit time sale of liquors in Bath Co The order entered by this Court at Us May term 1905 on time petition of B il Ross and others or dering un election whether or not spirituous vinous or mult liquors simotmld bo soul bartered or loaned tn Bath Cp Ky which order is now amended rind it is noworder cd that the supplemental registra tion for said election be held in each of thc incorporated towns and cities in said Bath county by time registration officers in nnd for Bath Co hold said stippjemental regis tration in each of said cities IIndI towns on Saturday the 20th day of August 1905 A Copy Attest J T PETERS Clerk By TJPetorsD 0 SETh Bone Sheriff of Bath CV Ky rJ 1 ii 1r W D KNISKERN PT M C NW Ry Chi 3colII- Pl as mail treo to my DddressCatiCornia booklets aps and all pgtiCuiar3 coocuninl rates and tralnnri tI J StS THOS J JON S- LIvery Feed Sale StableI Headquarters OWINGSVILLE for horse KYIdealers Tnlerl JIIPc with iresUui SJ S5 Porscnailly Cdriducted excursions in ullmqnI ut t icftjIlIndWleltcrn Line Colonist oneway tplIlmberfrom Chicagiwith correspond a gjy low rates from other point Dou ble berth in tourist Rltepitig mrs only 700 Booklets Jwiih ikiaps and full infnrnialionsent on receipt lirieelts in stamps W It fcprn P T 3L C N W Ry Chicago i f IJ ci8ent1t ana Healt Insurance I Do you know that you are as likely to get hurt or get sick as your neigh bbr The accident and health insurance company I represent willsfor1 an amountyoii win scarcely miss insure you against over 2500 accidents and jDoe you We will insure yoii so that the next time oiig gets you in its chitejlffs you will be paid for it We insures you against every manner of disease or accident Come and see me and lets taik it ove- rJAMES r M ROSS Owingsville Ky rrJOHN T KIMBROUCH i SON Recommend PARACAMPH as a Most Reliable First Aid to the Injured Many people in this citySare injured daily and oftentimes serious resultd fol low simply because the was not properly cared for in thebegmning Itis not always possible to secure a physician- at a moments notice Many5deaths are caused by negligence and dct Blood- poisoning often results from baduts gun shot wounds etc because the rbmptlyParaczunph keepinthcrmanufacturing plant and large institution should near at hand It is conceded by medical author itis to be a most reliable relieving notonlystwithout leaving u ly scats arid absolutely prevents blootLpoisoning Pnrn truly a home remedy and every bottle is guaranteed pure safe clean and to do exactly what is claimed font If you not kcepPar- acaniph in your home pet a bottle today It is just ns nctcssry in ormr home as good water You will find it excellent for quickly SoreTiredany forum of Sweltinj or Inflammation IbyCompany Louisville Ky U s A St f 0 1 i J t Ii Vimont Streetfjj MAT MARKET G A REED Prop QyingsviIIe Ky 4 Fresh and cured meats J C constantly on hand Oys c4a ters in season Prompt delivery 4 Order by phone if you vishour number is 21 SS I tGUTlt ffllanilc cnyj VIA THE SCENIC t L 0 Route THURSDAY 1tv AUGUST 3 F J 1905 through Vmmsiuington Baltirmore Philadelphia with t over rirjvilege returnin t 814 from Loxigton Winchester Mt Sterling andMore head Good returning until August 14 inclusive Through trains without changea Engage sleeping car splice nowIInquire of your agent for full particulars or write Wm SBron i on A6tt iBen Pass Agt Wash j 4tigton D Q Ij A7 Fuller Gen Pass Agt Washington D C GtW Barney Dist Pass Agt Lex ingtonKyS t Henry W ttersonsI- Lstters jfr m Eurpo u Will be L A Leading Feature 4ofThe t CourierI Jotith r During19O5 Mall nat S Daily one year Q Daily and Sunday rycatt8 t Weekly i yearl i 4 r 1s t Ie Ik x 1 1I C t titi j i i 71 1i5 1