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to sell at r public auction call on M D Furls He will give satisfaction r cA 2Unead of corn for sale lasl brought eight ormoralinquir ies In a short time It pays to vertisoIDr G W Conner the dentist uses Odontundcr and all approved anesthetics for the painless ei traction of teeth r iiie Nthti Million aged 31- s fyenls who once lived in this tonIdied atLexlngton last week was burled at Paris He was a brother 1 Mrs Lafo Harris James Lane Honaker presented 1faZOIytLooK with the epelIe of a hO BltoWI peach we seen this year The coaclusipn has been reached by the larger number of the farm ersthatthecorn crop will not be rr near 80 goo d ae it was lust year N wI NerzcThnq who have Ceys auo of ballot boxes will please return saaie to mo immediately I JTPaaaaCcnfntyClork BC j FOUND Owner can liafa inltebrprovlog property and pay ritfj ng h rgesOa tharpburgand Tunnel pike1 if SlBARNEs L lleporerda3 aJtov riiecunty i continue theIforakn that the f i l k fobnceo Ctflli very spoTted i with yfJ taefine lWadT BasyBothers C d fair to fnderent kt zIt 15 aaidthtao iitaIn capit alist lo take chtirxe of the Ft1 West Liberiyank pay frdepniii lors IB and resume business ifter making the b nKa national I iI one l KeaeBsber the cooperation meet i Jngof the Christian churches ofc 5 Bath county in Owingsvillo next f Saturday and Sunday and basket i dinner on Sunday r c3o GKowiaLMi a1 bF fi 1 8 C athc hiy tohaec f growers will be held atSbarpbburgl iietSaturdiyatlffihb- ranch n jt Iltd t rga1iijw of the iadependiitasulatiou All + tamers are urged to be present 7A CioT81 I Jane Jteth we 17tRoLIIIi t 1 I treeaBtycameler 1J horseback and actlngvlu ajBBptclonB f Maauecwaa qaestioned y Marshal Ww Ft ark RothweUlflnally con v taM4dtht he stolethe horse while dftkofRiiHiellTaJ r He was aiIsdawaIttuiginf aati n frotnTa t 7f tN tcPE 40DE I The woeit fO 11 illeave Yb dIttk b4esbs Iker in a t 11ioareltper sace League and t xt ktiol to the women f 41 LkaUra uatytojolntheaiia IQlI yIe6t s Jt o I jgMiu LricD BROTHER Prei j 4 DR HOED L4RPDaDAMeadIngohurch Sunday with M 3 wIlDtHorllSharpdllddenlyex i 2 m at his- ItrSbarpcburgyCEIe I fiF Me waa aged btait 60 years was a prominent 0Uf p a with a largo iF inTslUo He waaaaoaqtDr Will sad a JoiepbSharpfl Htswifewas aMIBCol rov jThey f hare Mtre ebildrea BeU MlMMae B H aBd a little bbyi J 4 Li 1p HapkUs entertained at I eVfT Be r towallOTdayi even oaorjqNter Miss I trSYler orBarboufifiile Ky Isad Carolyn Biehardeon of Rob I J erbSTIllfS C The guests were lltmt MiIt1W dOJ Barnes c I LoiIeGu4gil1IdaaByronDiidlej Batta AtehbonudNay I j JShreut Hes ri Jpuett Byron Joe I XJoaaer Scott GoOd po te Mason 1 i J I BoiL Joins PetersJoahua Effing f WallaeQidg11 II t l Ii 00t b Paieeb ikalp priniZbier MatMHMts elnflo cards labels g reeeipi i iBTiUtiona and all sorts tQ efbiiiItatIoneryoa the bi- i aateful style at the mosi rtl tbprieee Coapareeiii r 11i 4k that turaeal Qnt fej tanv i S iyou will 1st P f ciyaau to kave do yeir 1itJ iaha 4t postoradodgera isip1Ihui a every thing Htually rae ltJia e u tryJob oll- eeIti I l 4 4 ayis hand foreale tii uy t ISStitfb4iakdesg aortgRges eaaLiniiei blaa1 I 6 i Jlj t I 7r r K 11 if i f j fi tIk rbt1 iJiotd t t f J 1t1cto Q r AA J1dcr t 1rJ4 iIt Irj i f j I tjt1fO l jo J f r PERSONAL Oscar Donaldson of Georgetown was in town Monday SliethyvilleSaturday Miss Ella Young of NorthMiddlo town was huro Tuesday TIIur3doytillMiss Cora Sevler of Barbourvillc is with Mrs Henry T Hopkins Miss Mao kincaid wont last week to visit Miss Mao Shirley at Win chester t Mrs B R Rico nee Carrlo Cooper of Paris came last week to visit friends Miss Annie Sheehan wont to Car lisle Friday to visit relatives and friends John R Salmons spent Saturday night nnd Sunday at Carlisle with friends W S Phelps sexton of tho Ow ingsville Cemetery has been on tho sick list Mrs Dora Cook of Louisa camo Tuesday to visit her sister Mrs ins A flames Miss Bcttio Peters returned Satur day from a visit to Mrs S SPinney at Rothwell Ben Schwab of Provost City Utah came last week to visit his sister Mrs LR SIs cr TId Ross speut a fow days last week with lila sister Mrs John 2- Froelnndat Mt Sterling Hogan HesyofAddystonOhlo spent a tow days last week with hla mother Mrs Nannie Hess Harry Berkley Miller of Los Ari golns Cal came Wednesday of last week to visit Wallace Gudgell irsjohu E Freeiand of Mt Ster ling came Sunday to visit her par eut Elder BII Ross and wife c Mrs OoOroB Tribon and daugh ters Nell and Alice loft Saturday to visit Mrs Chas 1nrlsat Ashland Misses Pattie Dye and Dora Shav of Louisville came up last week to visit Mrs S O Crooks of Peeled Oak I babYdaughtervisit fo the formers parents at Car iislEd ft4gl u dot Indianapolis was NancySliroutweek daughtersflutIuandto visit Mrs John Scott for some days Judge E C Orenr1of tbo Court of Appeals wns in town Monday with WIialey1HMiss Nancyo Berkley ties returned ron Niagara Falls and resumed her duties Monday as bteuographer for Rev R A Walton Miss Daisy Perkins returned Tuesday from Johnson Junction uccom tJal led by her aunt Mrs LlzzieCoop eraiid son Jimmie Robert Coylev wlfoahd two little daughters spent front Friday until Monday with relatives und friaiids a Cjirlisler Q Misses Lucy Honnker nndjessla Atchison and Mrs R S Estill wont to Lexington Monday to Join an ex IIlonparty to a in in ot Ii Cave Ecton Bolts jnumber of a survej Ipg core In olfo ountylth headquarters at Hazel Green came last week to visit his parents Mr and Mrs Seth Botts SEugene Sdfcohan and rutusBurb ridge of this town andHcnryCray- crartprSburpsburC left Thursday AddystonOIlo The following from Mt Sterling Grubba1Robertson Rev John B MeacluUD It H Lalie WtnCravens Misses Helen Orear of Frankfort Nell McCoy and Juliet Wood of Campionpranknick of Mt Sterling weregaests of Miss Catherine Rice week Tar10roCtin a protracted meeting attbeybrlitian Church in OwingsTillo Sunday nigbt Aug 20 A cordial BTitation is extended to everybody o attend the meetingS CAMPBELL TBOUUCLL1TYHarry agent Is postmaster atStepstone eta tion He recently madea to the Department at Washington eta ting that he had BO much money ou hand On Monday a nostofflco In spector came to that office and de BittingerAsbadhaul depoSIted the money In bank ana tendered him a check for the aaiountsbat the inspector refused Lbs oheck deposed Iulmlr m the of fiebd had Deputy U S Marshal himtOMtJgftVff b dandrr turBed home At thievery worst it was bbfjr a tecbnio al theIawMrIWhi Bi yeara f atd his character Is abpverproiichy He Is a firstcliisa anythebescant always discriminate between an honors bib hightoned gentleman rland a grafter The Stopatone post office receipts are about 30 per year hsrdWt near Forge Hill to Swoeiwater IlL about three years ago died there Elder W A Williams conducted the funeral servicesat 2 p im Sunday attha 8v twaf or Christian the burial being made by tlieModern rollowIRlohard W Goodpaster was born Kydepartedtlilihlfe t 380 oelaek p mt Deceased was mar 1882ronhildren all of whom survive name 1y Edward W Ernest C Artie M JayBoPearlceased Uitdwlthi the Christian Inhlsyoungwanhoodandr Savior He departed this life with the that on the resurrec tlontnornlughe would meet all those lovedlong 1 1 WT rF r t I I TOE MAN FOR TOE PLACE Wai lor Sharp of Bathcounty is the candidate from the 04th District for the Legislature The primary is to be hold August 20 The dis trict is composed of Bath and Row an counties Waller is a type of the trueKentuckion to theinan or born one of the loading citi lens of Both county enterprising and public spirited Ho is farm er on quite an extensive scnlIt dealer in tobacco and a largo grdw cr of the weed Mr Sharp has token quite an active interest in ev erything that benefits or is cnlcu loted to benefit the tobacco growers of Kentucky lie is a man of tho highest integrity and ability The district will honor Juelf by honor- Ing him and he certainly has the earnest support and best wishes of a legion of friends who will doubt less tally to his support Lexing ton Observer ELECTION OFFICRHS Tho follow lag omcer have ho appointed for the primary election to be held Aug 26 Slmrpsbury No IAlex Junes HeellelutrShnrhsburg No2R Rail ill udge William Peck judge Clay Thomas sheriff James Hurst Clerk Bethel Mart Donaldson judgeCy rue Arrasmitli judge David Myers sheriff Carr Williams clerk judgeTBBtodChins Wilson Sr clerk MnrklndjudgeWBhorltT Jeff Dawson clerk Prestou Robert Myers judgoD R Nixon Judge John A Clark sheriff John ooro clerk Licking UnionHenry Johnson Judge Joe Jones Judge Clifton Davis sheriff James R Lewis Clerk Owingsvllle Noln L Goodpas terjudge UeorJe Siurout judgo Thto maR Kl1rrlok shicrltT J J Nesbltt clerkOwingsvlllo No 2T J Jones judgoGeeKerrOwingsvillo No SA B Wells Newtmi Shrout Judge Oed T young sheriff J R Brother clerk Salt Lick No 1 Albert Shrout Judge W II Stephens Thorn as Jones judge JaihcsTurloy clerk judgeDavidsheriff Will Pence clerk PoweUjtidgeFleldor Horsentan sheriff Dick Bailey clerk ShultzjudgtPaulsheriff Win Jones clerk Attest N R PATTERSON Secretary RAE FOB RKPHESENTATIVK prPseuttReprontuttyo oral sseinbly frrnn distnct failed to deposit the required lust Friday und hence druPlIlloat of the race for the Democratic nomination to succeed himself Waller Sharp and Wm A Young ure fighting it out between thorn At a meeting of tho District Com mittee hero hint Saturday to arrange some details of the primary on Aug 2tJ it was demonstrated that a dodd ed majority of the Committee favor hoolllngJmlgeNRPuttera Wilson of Rowan both supporters of Young U have the ballots prlnt edto arrungo the names or the can dldutos on the ballots and to appoint the substitute officers of tlie election A resolution was voted down to hove thbr ballot boxes and stub bookd from every precinct brought to the Committee on the day the votes are counted alter the election Chair man John T Kimbrough refused to approve the g action and not sign the offl91ulreport of the ineoting The Committee met again Monday and confirmed the ac thou of Saturday Sharp and met here Satur day afternoon and Sharp took occa sion to denounce as untruo some statements that Young Is alleged to have made Young gave the name of the author of one statement and said another statement came to hint by report It looked for awhile as If there would be a physical clash but happily the peace was not bro ken THE OUTLOOK la taking no part In the race further than to treat It as a news feature It doesnt even hazard a guess as to the outcome Natural ly each candidate would be expected to carry thobulkof the Democratic vote of his home county in which event Sharp would win the ratio of 1800 to 800 the respective Democratic Bath and Rowan but theres a difference of opinion In that respect hence tho heat of the race It Is rumoredthttt the Refublca a arelayInglowVwith the expectatiin of making the npntlnoe hump himself to the limit of his ability in November DIED utMlseountJoht CI Moore died athis home In May view July 30 eft 1010 m He was born in Montgnmem- yKentucky countyv Sept mber 17 1838 He married Miss CordoUn C Ragland in Kentucky October 24 1860 By this union there were seven child ren four of wfomare now living John of Ewell of Los Angeles Cal William of Kansas Cityand ThpuittB of St tunis all of whom were at the bedside of their father when he died Mr1 Moore moved to Missouri in 1875 and located near Aullville in 1876 be moved to Mayview and has liv ed here ever sin oHe made the good confession and became a member of the Christian at the age of 1indremalnod a con sistent member until his death was a member of the Christian Church of Mayview for 2Q years Trio de ceased was an taflfectionate husband neighborHpossessed and perfectly conscious up to the time of his death ex pressing the idlest confidence and unwavering ru8tln his Saviorand was perfectly resigned to Ills will being delivered through Him from the fear ofJenthnnd its consequences Tlie funeral services were held at tlie Christian Church conducted by Elders Bond and 4 Monroe who niado appropriate and affecting remarks and Revs Henry and Wiilfcup led in prayer Then his body was laid away to rest until tho great resurrection morn To the lonely heartbroken wife whom he left wo extend our deepest sym pathy Mayview Mo Intelligen cer The wife of John C Moore is a daughter of James Ragland de eased and the only sister of Mrc Nancy Shrout of upper Prickly Ash neighborhood COURT DYTherewas n big crowd in town Monday but the tiny was characterized by more politics than business The merchants report only a fair trade There were about 200 cattle offered end a dealer of long experi ence soyo prices were lower tItan he ever knew in this town There was a fair supply of stock hogs mind they were eagerly bought at about Sc The dcmind for stock owes was good und the demand was met by tho supply There was some trading in mules and horses at time prevailing good pricesAmong the smiles reported are Tucker Power and Match Coyle sold eleven yearling steers to Clell Coyle at 11 per head Almunzu Stone sold to Jefrse Hampton twelve yearling steers at 22 GO per head HighleyJ T Gudgell bought of CWTa bor a calf for 750 two uf Win Wagner at 750 per head one of Clell Coyle for 8 50 Ed Anderson solda bunchof cattle at 20 per head Bige Wells Jr sold two yearling Steers at 19 per head Tolliver Donaldson acid to T S Shrout a lteer fur 18n yearling mule for G7 50 to Uliif Hendrix a milch cow for 2050 bought ofI H T Hopkins seventeen ewes at 380 per head The highest priced cattle poldi were five feeders by Buck Fralej to Ski Hart at 3o Sam Latliram bought fifteen cows ut Hc per lb and sold 15 stock liogs at 5 Jo R T Myere sold to Dee Shrout a 115lb hung at 5c to Oscar China dler sow and seven pigs f r2250I a sow and live pigs IIrS 14 sow anti four pigs for Elms llighley toEd stwundplgsfor20 10 Atderson resold the turin er bunch for21lO Jr R Vice sold a 3 year old lintel to Dock Stone for 160 Dr VAE PhilllpR sold tn T J Jones a mare for 10 to Warren Rodgers u 2yeurold Rex Squlrrel bay hIlly Cut 100 WuiD Young sold twelve ewes to Now towejl at 510 per heat fortytwulambscolt to HT Hopkins for 58 H Tj Hopkins bought mule colts of time following W P Ginger furI 15 Tilford Chandler for58M IkeI Carpenter Sr for 5750 Stove Reynolds for 60 J B Day bought twenty sheep of Colliver at 445 per head Wm Razor sold a mule for 175 and one fur 135 LETTEH FUOI LINDSAV 1 T Aug 7 1005 Editor OUTLOOK Mywile huts just recovered from a sick spell and I have a badcllldI but as I have been disappointed at George Young coming out to collect I will remit for my subscrip tion Last December 4 my wife and I bade our sister sirs LizzieEm mans good by at Port Lavaca Texasand took the northward train passing through Rosenburg and Ft Worth crossing over Red river on to the rich soil of Indian Territoryrench ng Ardmora about 1 oclock We stayed at the Commercial lintel for severnl days while I lookedaround for a location Ardmore is a very pretty place ot about 12000 population sitUat- ed on a rolling praire It reminds me of Owlngsville I met several Indians here lIlin on their lands I learned that Lindsay was a new and flourishing tOWII60 we came on here Dec 9 and have made our home here since Lindsay is 82 miles northof Ardmore 25 from the Oklahoma line 25 from Chickasha andone from the Waehi fa river We live in Potoraac county on the north side of the river Stonewall is the county scat Thi is a rolling prairio country with timber along the rivers and creeks We think it a fine farming country The soil in Wushita Valley is as rich as Slate creek bot tome or the Flat Creek lands but back from tho river it is not so fertile All the wealthy men here have money in the banks to buy this land when it comes on the market As an evidence of the soils fertility it may btj mentioned that sun owersgrow ten to twelve feet high I have the best corn crop I ever raised in my life Nearly every stalk has two three and even four ears ofi corn That culls for 50 to 75 Image but there are very few hogs here The renter gives onothird of the corn onefourth of time cotton and onethird of the alfalfa to the landlord Wo have cut our alfalfa once and SeptemberCotton lateness The first planting was killed by a hail storni c 1 Y 11 L1r W 1 j FOR Virginia Screened LUmp and Pluto Cannel COAL ROSE RUN IRON CO OLYMPIA KY room Ready Sept i IBath Shoe Polish for sale Wo have a good deal of wind with occasional cyclones Two right lusty cyclonea ama along in the Bering and lifted a good many buses off of their foundationsDie town of Snyder in Oklahoma is about sixty miles from lucre A cy clone at Snyder killcdG peoploand Injured ninny more Nearly everybody has a cyclone cellar My wife und I were in one when the great hail storm cuwe the night of May 26 In a storm cellar one hears n ithing of this wind When the h til storoj was over and we started ut the ground was covered one t It deep with water A young man waded out harnessed up his team and took us all to our humes Tho wind doesnt blow much harder hero than it did down in Southwest Texas In the latter section the houses were blown off their Court dations very often Vnges ore good here A man with a team gets 2 50 to S3 per day 1 have a job of hauling rock to build a foundation for a lumber structure The principal haulinjjfnaw is rock brick sand and lumner Litter It will be cot ton and earn Nearly everything except corn and liny Belle high Corals 30ea bushel and prairie hy4u ton Alfalfa is 811 ton When 1 urn out of work hero sev- ern of the neighbors and myself are talking of going to the Cheyenne country in Oklahoma I met Sam EverettJ formerly of Mt Sterling sqn ot Mack Everett und nephew of Judge N P Reids wTfe and Mr Parker nreln the insurance butlnoss Two neighbors just acrosS the street aro old Kentuokinhs from Grayson county rMiko Frazee and Jumos MoGul flume brotljursiii low They are clever people and good neighbors This country is not as healthful as down on the bay at Port Lavaca Texas There been much sickness anti several cases of chillpThe physicians say there will bo a good deal of typhoid mind malarial fever Vo have had much wet weather Last winter there was lots of la grippe often developing into pneu tuonio with several deaths in February My wife had it complicated with catarrh of the stomach and bowels but she pulled through un der the treatment of Dr Haynes The water herels mostly hard Lindsay wAs just three years old ust March Before the town was founded tholund was all in culti vation Now H has a good many fine buildings of brick and Stone with about 50 business houses It is on the Rock Island Sunta Ko railroad three trains dally except on Sunday when there is only one The town has 2000 to 2500 popu ution The cold weather went hard with us last winter Tho thermometer was from 6 to 12 degrees below zero and we had just corad from a warm climate I never saw any snow while we wore In Texas They are catching ugood many fish out of the Waflhitayjlver and selling them in towu at per pound I have killed some squir rels on days too wet to work There Is plenty of wild plums and grapes and a good deal of cultivated fruit coming on Much fruit is brought in by wagons to soil mostly ap ples which sell at 1 to 150 per bushel They come mostly from Oklahoma Melons also are cow ing in plentifully We were sorry to hear of John W Razor passing over the Silent River He and myself hove spenl many happy hours together Since we left our Old Kentucky howe we have traveled 2400 mites by rail and havo seen many new places though oftentimes we would watjder back to where wo spent our childhoods happy daysandof our loved ones sleeping in the silent graveSThere lirltleerlllchurches hurL of different denominations and PI jr Il i L Jr ShopisOwingsvillo to get an npto date haircut or shave Two firstclnss Barbers ready tn wait on you at all times Wo h ay oom tho r1nercustomers to give us a call in the basement under hotel olDoo wo ate E J PARKER many protracted meetings with Rovernl confessions The citizens have voted n tax to build n10 000 seminary I helped this evening to load ot to Nino or ten loads go out to night to Kansas City to St Louis end to Baltimore TilE OUTLOOK is a welcome visit or to our home every week Wo are always glad to hen from our old friends and neighbors Tomorrow Aug 8 will be the 34th anniversary of our marriage Yours respectfully Jurics MCDONALD BatK Countys TELEPHONE Franchise Rights FOR SALEBy made at the April terra I005 I will as Special Commissioner of said Court on the llth day of Septem bet 1905 proceed to sell for cash in hand to the hig est and best bidder at time Courtliouse door in Owingsvllle Kentucky the franchise rights to erect telephone lines over each turnpike and public rood inr Bath County said franchise privileges to run for the term not exceeding 11Bnidprivileges pike roads Maysville MtStcrling turnpike road OwingKville Mt Sterling turnpike road Owingsvillr U E Sbarpsburg turnpike road Owings vlllo Shcrburnc turnpike road OwlnKSTille Preston turnpike road Owingsville Mohifee lo Motiifce line turnpike road Ow ingsville Stepstone turnpike road Owingsville Jr Wyoming turnpike rod Owingsville Mclntire to Licking rivet turnpike road Ow irigsvillo Duwson turnpike road South Sherburne J Upper hue Licks turnpike road Bethel Lit tie Joufdon turnpike roud Union Sharpsburg Sanders route turn SJiorpehurgRatliff oming d East Fork turnpike road Tunnel Prickly Ash turnpike road Bethel Junction turnpike road Maux Branch Convict road turnpike road Salt Lick Sulphur turnpike road Moores Ferry turn pike road Water Dell Licking river turnpike ro ldlVhitu Onk turnpike road Preston Peeled Oak turnpike road Big Slate Creek turnpike road Uald Eagle Spring field turnpike road Craigs turnpike road The Fiscal Court will be in ees slim on the dny of sale and the right to reject any and all bids for these said rights is reserved And when said bids are raudo that will ba acceptable said snlo will be im mediately confirmed by the order of said Court IIndall previous grants made by the Fiecal Court for franchise rights to erect telo phones c under Section 1G4 of the Constitution of Kentucky are void This July 26th 1005 iso A AUGHERTY J B C lllnerlff 0 Mdllfflll 1DENTISTOver Outlook Ollica and Owlncavlllf Banking Ubinpiuivs Building O VIKG5VILLE J KY tr4 L LL L v NOW IS THE TMiL H To savc mohoy on1 Bnggy ffar noVsr flYaVe inoie tfarneW tfrtd b ottci1 JSarT fcEveryone knows that ifly JvySpri fBlldde nrotlvobest addfamSHle They ride easier look bettor and wfear longer hau au1yudthiu mado aiiJJwlioro Comtf nndsco ihoand I willBaVeyotfnioneyV J I am yours for tho best Saddles ami HWne f EUGENE MINI AN OwingsviKe 3 JjJ RACKET STORE UNDER BUV UNDER SE tPo P1Si We are selling bargains every JajV Trade with us nd save money Stoneware gal 8c 3pt TirCups 5c- 1RaLTin Bucket ido- ignl Mason Jars dor The Rubbers for Jars dor Sc No 2 Lamp Chimney So Mens Work Shirts 40 25 20c Comb and Brush holders tin 6- etgil CoIFeePotstln Sc Razors 98 SOc Calico yd 24c kind year 35cTablb 25cr pr v8Shic d8pr106C LHeSflairiO5ibunches 5c Brushes 25 15 Churns 85751S Bells 2516 10C CASH PAID FOR EGGS f E W HEFLIN s GOTO it WM f IaL1eryrto eeo l 4p WIN SVILLE KY iije When u desire a livery team that is fiisf r class every respect r BIIAND EW VEHICLES llOREW FEESH AND FAST Atchison feeds your borsesat reas6nabl0 prices Sa1maae on commission All trains met at Preston at low charges t WM ATCHISON LIVERYMAN JOw- ingsvHle Ky WM t PETERS jr BETHEL KYi Dealer in Furniture Also Undertakeri Funeral Director and Embalmer Sg Calls promptly obeyed day or night t t KENTUCKY It 1 BIG 6 STATE FAIRflAT LEXINGTON September 1823 BIG DAYS IN PREMIUMS 25000 6 IIPREMlUM iITHE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRiCVLTURAL PRODUCTS ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH Novel AWactions1Mgnificent Exhibition i iE v Famous DVSS BAND of 40 Pieces f For Catalogue Infortnatlon Add GEO A BAIN irv Lexington Get The Outlooks prices on Job Work of every and see samples and you will see we can do better work at lower prices than you can get elsewhere The Outlook Weeklj Commercial Gazette i forSir4o i t Linen wlfite fof yd Corset Clasp1 r Dress Combs 3 Tape Cloth lOcfV- APh r v hand r yo in f f1 EVER The or Further read Sec Ky By a Special Arrnngenivnt you can r get I The Outlook i mind limo WEEKLY tOUiflKUic p 1 QtrJ30 cr 1r t t t S b l 4 tv it iJ l f o f OWINGSVILIE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher lie OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY lt THE MOUF TAINSaTofcxTln high above the trcetops Alt their gray lone summits rise Till trie heights In mighty beauty u I l Seem to touch the bending klesti Fair the morning golden sunlight On their peaks In splendor ties And the glory of the aun8etlI Lingering tKcre In Winters silvery cnowflakes restlnk On their heads a crown descend And the lonely eagles nestingsFind their heights a t T D M Wright In Boston Budgets 5pe = t FSEOFfi f I I NORMANDY I It I KA WUSOK h r b CHAPTER VLCoNTztwnt it must needs be business of great 7 ImpOrt that would take a human be ing out Jn such a storm Whatever hItjJ j object the mans purpose never for a mptnent wavered as he fought againstt Iv the sweep of the drenching ne encountered whilesgrowls tic v Pont Noire 6 Z Yarning and walk J tng along the river bank for a short tldistance he finally entered a small and obscure crossstreet He proceeded t along this until he was directly in front of a dilapidated building situated In the rear of the Hotel do Vlllet Here he stopped and save a peculiar whistle which could not haTtbeen heard for more than 20 l of the uproar of the storm A dark IJ figure securel muffled like his own l appeared at his side as suddenly and mysteriously aa though he had come I jupthrough the earth A sign was and returned and the heads of I i the two men approached each other s4 Jiwhile their lips moved in some royste I rlous interchange of words All seemed well for the first con spIrator turned and opening a narrow 4 c door with a small key disappeared p followed by the other They felt their way along a pitch dark passage Again nkywasusetfandawortlofcaution heard from the leader as they descend 1s 4 ed a flight of stairs Into a subterra L I nean way This was soon traversed b and a doorwas reached through whoso 4l cracks and keyhole a light appeared s This opened Into a room built entirely underground and lighted by a large lamp A table occupied the center of 5 the floor and several chairs were scat I feted about A large brazier of lighted charcoal warmed the air and dissipated c the moisture ot the place An ope- nfnglntbe roof leading to the out 4q side world somewhere gave sufficient b e ventilation The7 door being closed the leader 4i 1hiscloak and muffler and ad t rane brazier spreading his hands above the glowing coals with a Sslight shiver At length he turned I and showed by the lamplight the form and features of Jean Baptiste Colbert minister of finance the most powerful aa well as the most energetic of the 4 kings servants of middle stature K rather lean than fat black hair so 4 thin that he always wore a cap of low Sand dejected mien gloomy air and tmjSp stern aspect eyes usually half closed giving him the appearance of great craftiness his outward behavior rnest and accompanied by much Mi seaming plainness and simplicity so iiliiBe0S bet ijeeplng little always alert hard and Inflexible of temper beholding without concent the misery of an lafl 1I Ue number whom he had ruined to enrlchals masters treasury and hence r 4eikaacehis own Interests Nicknamed The Mia of Marble he sacrlflced L ia wrf integrity gratitude and every 0 I 9 r frthing se for the bcrieflt of his am iltioa 1 His companion alsofemoved thecoy i1 I +i V erngabopthIJ lace and neck Hill dress was thatnf a man of the lower il 1 claseei his face pile sharply cut and tiaCtt= Hlcj manner toward his com t tHinlon was that of an InterIor in the presence of his superior in authority ii 5 SClbrt spoke irsti t A terrible iiighf hesaia with an r ether shiver that convulsed his entire a t frRle aM caaet him to seek again t 1t tKe Kratefulllow ofwe coals P tS Truly5a fearful storm replied the t 0 eth r ht1t ki aecesesryJoi Mem Isifrs of OHJ erex lo lie about the or t+ t ra 1M1111jeremDel glorlam 1oIa 8ite of the raging of the elements 4tr 3 C41e rt at5ewi In one of the chairs oj iiear tlJ table motioned to hIs corn jse fiMiien toappeaei and dry himself tb and after s4I a quill and drawing of near bi elbow the inkhorn and parch loj iisat that lay there ready for ue he- comiwided1 the ether tp relate his i story P 1 lft Quebec began the messen ItJ I i forVhewiiBoaeptner tin No f I YftjiBberttand retvehed La Rbchell In t v 4 Jiary hit Tke day alter laadin r t 4 I MeIie1Vk1ta terrible fever1con r rtriictM pi tefcrtiaWp When I recpr 4v ered I foVM that two month had T L etepeew I here with aiea sage it from the bWtt of J ibec who al r ihoHfih not a ernber of our order Is f veryrrl6idl M It I waslnstructedt t 0Il I itSf jirtir ef4 r ia France so Jhltnone tM tCl Swould kaww ftat tJteJ Que bee were co aualcatlns with you lt etar djjrojn lillog elle penniless and aat I iriT9 of tta 8UIJrtmyy tJ brierj I 1J as isbilgbi to 5 Tbe fever Irft Be with a running sore o P my leg By yshlbltln this btf the iasserafcy lwpl enabled tp get l the DtfBey io live on A relapse 9 t aed see bed for another nonli t WkenIbadArrivedwlthln ten leagues v r i iarllrl seat tIwClrd requesting 4 tit M Interview you appointed the time t iffrW an4 ilace and here I tI1u Vt During this recital Colbert had i wajjched the featareB of the speaker with a keen gaze and now and then y r M4fAV apte ot place and circumstance I TM lhe jarchiceat for future cor t tJ Thberatjefl When fce Rad iateked i i4slcedlett vVmi have dane well Where is the ciJ i ageT t The man IB reply bent down and be t gMt t wIndIiHa heavy bandage fro 0 aheut kIsIerheend reached a L buge open sole wa disclosed below j tfce ltnee iMwjtia his little ager within the sore aBdJII lagtro U 2 ettii te wJtlilsotJterJaadan lp Hse ef lead the shape and size of a1 MlhtwIIflHe l out from 0d I 1 A + hIMplaee he rernarke- M ajfaariWMy wiped JtA bejsides ryed to tlitrwonnd open R2 11 I I Ii 5rIaing tIis iece of lead to ti t he Pikoi the esida apart whic h I 1s4 a cavHjr neatly hollowed pet Xfltit this W was a piece fv f7 t r a ae JOo 1 t+ tF I ti4 14 Iht 1 1 1 r1 1 i rj rrr if t 1 thin oiled silk ron d up into as con PIt a mass as pcwlble Colbert opened It and spread It out There was nothing visible on it but L opened a drawer In the table and ir taking out a small flask of liquid W touched the surface of the silk lightly P with a drop Instantly a written word distinctly and then faded away slowly He seemed to be sails fled ct this so laying the message pon the table he arose and turning o tho manS asked If he were dry His on compaqlon understood that he was dismissed so after bandaging up his eg and muffling his face he moved toward the door accompanied by Col fccrt who followed him opening the successive doors until he reached the When he returned he reseated him elf and taking up the bit of silk be an the task of finding out what It contained As he applied a drop of the fluid to each word he quickly rote it down on parchment before it cd Word by word he revealed the essage until the end Then putting he original away In a secret place he took up the copy and read as follows The chlffest among my friends here ave urged me to write this letter to tyou promising that a trusty messenger shall deliver It Into your hands They eg me to Implore you to use your greatlower to retard and hinder the hs Sleur de la Salle who Is now In France 1113 projects of colnrjlintlon and exploration are In direct rivalry to the ork of the missionaries while the cx- ension of his furtrade with the savages takes them out of the power and Influ e of the church The fathers desire toArep the furtrade to themselves and 4 that he can do them great Injury LAVAL Bishop of Quebec In nearly every land of the then known world In every court and pal ace there were stationed secret ernie aries of tho great Society ot Jesus The minister of many a king even the senants of the bedchamber the clothmerchant the Innkeeper the horseshoer the slavey In the kitchen all were enrolled among the faithful adherents of this mighty order form ng one of Its Important subdivisions Colbert was one of these To render strict obedience he should have placed the welfare of the order above every other consideration But as has been IndIcated the one great impulse of the mans life was ambition that could use everything for an aid but would allow nothing to overshadow It The Jesuits were a terrible enemy and a most valuable ally hence be chose them as the latter doing what he could to further their plans and win their esteem so long as it did not interfere with his own projects A serious clash of the two Interests had never arisen before But now the Is sue must be met for chief among his plAns for the glory of France and of her king and hence indirectly for his own aggrandizement was the develop mont and exploration of the western wilds of New France Already were the Dutch and English and Spaniards pressing forward with men and gold hurrying forth exploring expeditions led by men of courage and resource He well knew that whichever nation first explored the unknown region ad JoinIng the present holding of France In the New World he who planted tradingposts and gained the aid and friendship of the savage tribes for his king and country would win a conti neatIThe dazzling stories of wealth un told to be found in those regions stirred his blood for he realized that tr he could but guide and dIrect the king in the affairs of colonization to the grand realization of hla dream he would have but to ask to receive his hearts fondest desire from the hands of a grateful monarch Upon this pin nacle of power thus gained the world would forget the wine merchants son of Rheims in envious adulation The reins thus placed within hIs hands he would be enabled to drive roughshod over his enemies crushing them be yond recovery He would lie greater even than the king himself because he would have acquired such unlimited influence over the royal mind and fa roe that it would be he who would stand within the shadow of the throne dIrecting wars dictating peace up rooting nations ned dethroning kings To gain this end he had need of just such men as he knew La Salje to be It would be he that would reap the Benefits of the explorers efforts If suc cessful and upon the head of that in trepid man alone would ttie results of failure fall Thus lost in the imaginings of fu ture greatness he sat until the dim ming of the light warned him of the passage of time He started up and quickly secreting whatever papers he had In a hidingplace wall he extinguished the lamp and left the room When he reached the street he found day already dawned The rain had ceased although it was still gloomy The working people wer moving about already to ieitnan wthetoll of the day Colbert welled tsgulsed walked rapidly along busy devising some plan whereby his task masters could be satisfied without in juring his own future purposes Once be came into sudden collision with a huge fishwife while turnln va corner who straightway launched af him her choicest stock of Parisian billingsgate little dreaming that he whom she thus reviled was the second map ia the kingdom 0CHAPTER VIIi CONTAINING SCENES CHIEFLY FEMININE THAT TEND TO PROVE THAT PITY 18 AKIN TO LOVE If the storm brought broken cbLm weyrpots acdjraddly streetsto the cit 1of Paris it bore renewed brightness to the flowers and a fresher green to the countryfi ewer life and greater gladness too flower and shrub than to Cholsy MademoiSelle lTbls princely estate lay about 2 I leagues from Paris on the road to Or leans The broad Seine flowing past the lowermost of its terraces the hundredacre park about the house a lalE expanse pf green turf brpken her andiiiere by the varied trees and bHliiSset out j y the most famous landscape gardener of the age Ui woods on either side trimmed Into an exact resemblance of each other made IeIt seem a veritable glimpse p paradlao to the dustladen trave1elas be urged pn his tired horse toward theclty This was the favorite suainer honi ot Louise de Mbntpensicr rMadmol 10CUe or La Grande Madwipiseile as she loved to bc called pnjy dauglIC ter of 0 st ii Duc djkings uD leLerWbowaSthe great hernqueen op France and hendeavored 1to win her kingly cousin into a closer onthe4elttuctlondofUds e1IIIguns upon royi army who in her ttayh djLepulsed the wooing of Charles II of Errglas d ttheiainejcileaBd ToLedhm bore j 4i tr ert f t f 5 r t Iq 1 j t t7 J 1 tnd who ultimately atttr refusing tiniieror three r igtilng abrIhllllp of France the brother 1incesshow his contempt toe her it was to this shady restful home that she retired when the heat of sum mfr came to train her hounds try her English horses tend her aviaries row the river or watch her flowers Her other castles and estates stood high as Cholsy So well known was herd desire for quiet when she retired there that not even the king himself would ha ventured to Intrude without a cousinly Invitation Hither came by special favor a few choice spirits Corncllle or Racine to read a new play Mansard to show her the plans for new palace he was building for the king Mademoiselle affected to patron- Ize the arls or perhaps a bevy of feminine friends brimming over with gossip of the court- Mademoiselle was by nature a bun lie of contradictions Understanding politics she had small capacity for ruling ostentatious In the distribu ion of her wealth without being char itable shrewd In Judgment yet so blinded by conceit that all the world looked on anti laughed at her folly of warlike disposition a hundred times CHOISY MADEMOISELLE more a leader or a general than her athcr yet with a womans heart and n her better softer moments display- Ing a gentleness truly feminine Fairly goodlooking she was despite the long Bourbon nose tall shapely with really beautiful hair eyes blue mouth firm and a finely shoulder She had withal an air of command that bespoke royal blood She was of the court courtly unbend- Ing only at times and allowing famil iarity In none save her ladyInwalt Ing or companion as she chose to cal herIt was on this afternoon when the whole earth was brighter for It plungebath of the niht before that a coach of state with outriders turned In from the road and stopped at the main entrance of the house The footmen descended the door was opened and La Grande MademolseHestepped forth in all the statcllness a queen could show With this regal air she entered the long gallery whose satin covered walls were decorated with por traits of her famous and Illustrious an cestors Passing its length she en tered a small writingroom beyond which was the door leading to her own private apartments Opening this noiselessly she stopped and gazed long and earnestly at some object within Gradually her expression changed Her queenllness was gone gone he majesty and the womanliness whic overcame but seldom her proud im perious nature clothed her as with a different gannent The only occupant of the room was a young girl barely 19 who reclined In an easychair near the open window She was clothed In a white gown of thin silk with gold stars and leave in Persian stitch scattered over it a pale pink sash was tied In a large knot below her bosom She was tall an slender with that grace of repose and freedom of action that is only gained by healthful country life Her hall light brown antI fine of texture rip pled about her temples In a variety pf natural waves falling over her shoul ders In long ringlets eyes that shows a brown deeper than that of her hair soft lashes that pertly veiled partly displayed the glance within lips thin playfully curved yet expressing moral firmness which could pout or pray as htr emotion mandedQ naturi beauty unrelated by folly or the decrees of shoD She was the embodi ment of youthful vigor vigor of hod and health of mind The soft glow in ealDestlookineither searched for it inothers both showed that she was not of the court orcityThis was mademoiselles constant companion Renee dOutrelatse only daughter of a noble of Poltnu long of lineage but poor in ptlrse The ambi tion of her mother for her daughters advancement had lid her much against the old comtes wishes to send her to Paris to an Influential friend in order that she migit become attached as ladyinfraUIng to one of the royal household Mademolsellfl had seen her soon after ler arrlvaf and had taken her as her personal at tcndant ofthougblyprotege chose to keep her alto gather from the noxious vapors ot court life and allow the budding flower to develop uncontaminated within the hounds of her own presence Her e pecial fear was that her royal consi the king becoming enamored of the freshness of her beauty should seek to pluck this blossom for his own re freshment as he had so often done b fore Hence It was that Renee Ic lowed her patroness from castle castle as she in turn visited her dif ferent estates or accompanied her to Paris where lodged In mademoiselle Iecity house the palace of the Luxer bourg she remained hidden from i masculine eyes save those alonft whom mademoiselle deemed It prude to admit To Be Continued IeThe Minister and the Widow The Rev Samuel Robbins a broth of the late Rev Chandler Robbins of Boston was noted for his wit One of his best retorts was made in Fram ingham Center where 40 years ago he wais pastor of the Unitarian church He had heard that a young widow in his congregation was irhendtng again to enter tho matrimonial state and as he knew her very wail ho broached thesubjeet to her Yes she replied I feel that m little son Edward needs a lathe soISacNedt 7 Ic W 7f I 1 J J t1 4 c t THE r WIVESOFESAUOuft I Highway and Byway PrueherIVision Detween lh Lines o CodsIInspired ord ICorrriCBt JJI don Scripture AuthorUyAnd Ksau was orty years old whoa he took to wife Ju tth the daughter of Beer the Hllllte and Uashcmath the daughter of Elon the Ulttltc which wcr a grief of mind unto Isaac and to ncbtk hOen Z63 J5I I JL day long Esau had soUght the opportunity o Ioasking for tho hand of Judith in marriage but without avail for either Buerlsmany duties took him away Just when he was on the point of speak lag or else there were too many about them and t theexcitementanaconfusion ant upon tho celebration Interfered All day long tho wlerd music had sounded in his cars lie had shared In the feasting he had watched the dancing and every now and then had caught a glimpse of the fair daughter of Bccrl as she circled with the other damsels about the great Image but the opportunity he wanted most elud ed him as though it would bold him long In doubt and give him time to weigh the step he was about to take Circumstances were kind to him In that they were making it hard for him to take the misstep As he saw the people in ecstacy of their excitement shout the praises of their gods and bring their offerings and lay them at tho feet of the idol he had time to think and contrast it with the worship of tho true God of his fathers The words Great Is the god of the Hittltcs rang in his cars for priests and people chant ed and shouted tho words ovcr and over again and be had time to recall the words of his father as he had spoken of the GodJehovah tho God of heaven and earth More than once his heart had smote him More than once ho had moved about uneasily trying to throw off the feeling of depression which came as a result of conscious violation of the faith and practices of his own people Over troublediwould saytut his heart was rcbelll ous and impatient He would not listen to the voices speaking within He resolutely thrust aside the prompt IiIngs of his better self and dcclared that bo could take the girl without taking her gods Ho could have hers and leave the heathenish practices of her people behind But have her he would Ah how he quarrelled with himself that day How he stifled and choked the better self into subjection Once while his host was standing at his side and the people In a frenzy were throwing themselves about the altar before the Image Bccri had ex claimed enthusiasticallyI Is not And he had nodded assent And- Been following up the point gained askedHaye you anything to compare with it In your worship To which he had replied Nothing andIunhAnd late in the afternoon Just ns the sun was setting the music bad stopped and a hush had fallen upon the gathering and then obeying tbe example of the priests all the people had thrown themselves prostrate with stheIr faces towards the image He had remained standing when he felt a slight pressure on hs arm and look ding down beheld the form of Judith standing there and motioning him to his knees Come she whispered almost sternly do not let tho wrath of the gods descend upon thee And without stopping to think ant yielding to her pressure and example he had towed with the others flu the did not care so much because his thought was of her and he felt con tented because she was at his side but when he arose to his feet she 1had slipped away and was nowhere to be seen Ho felt annoyed that he vexedrously MJved by an Impluso to search he out If possible Esau started forward and almost ran Into a party coming in the opposite direction Hello I have been looking for you exclaimed the man Esau looked up and saw Elon stand Ing before him and the two girls Judith and Bashemath near him And I was just starting out to Ioo for you he replied pointing to the gIrl They looked up Inquiringly and Esa Is BeerJI have been try ing all day to get a chance to talk with him But he added what did you want to see me for We leave tonight and I wanted to Invite you to return home Will you got Thou art kind indeed but I must be returning to my own people in the morning for ere this I fear they are abJenceIi fac of Judith and she whispered some thing to her friend while Esau and Elon continued in conversation That night after Chief Elon and his 1elrdeJiarturetas Beeri for the hand of his daughter In marriage Yea on this one condition That thysolfIson i Isaac should never be content with one wifeBut Isaac my father has but ono wife why should Lean his son have more ftIt is the custom of the Hittites that daughter of a chief shall not be Gold Found in Donegal 1SeatonF Mllllgan the British anti uuary and geologist in the course of Investigations In a remote mountainous part of Donegal Ireland struck goldbearing quartz reputed to two ounces to the ton With some friend he immediately took a lease of adIy been followed to a depth of 30 feet hasenews cause much excitement ia pQntgl j 4 UM 1 t iTT11io- me 1 J 0 re the wife of a man 110 cannot afford more than one wife But why a second wife ot the Hit titesSo that the Hittltcs may bo assured of their place in the tribe of Abraham and Isaac Should thou marry wives from other nations the one wife of the HIttites might lose her Influence and over but with two there would be nothing to fear Esau paused awl thought What was this step leading him tot I agree at last ho said Have you spoken to Judith yet Letus see what she will say raid the chief rising and going to tho tent oor and calling his daughter Judith said the father as tho blushing girl entered Esau the son f Isaac wants you for his wife Do you agree The girls head drooped modestly and her eyes sought the floor Her lips moved and Ksau leaning forward to catch tho words she spoke knew her answer was yes by the shake of herI pretty head Ho wits quickly at her side and had her In his arms while the father withdrew and left the lovers alone Away so long and you return emptybanded exclaimed Isaac In dig appointment when Esau entered his tent after reaching home Is thy hand losing Its cunning Nay father but It is a wife anti not an antelope this time A wifl exclaimed Isaac wha meanest thou- I mean that a fair Hlttlto dams Is to become my wife And how came you among th HlttHos asked Rebekah who cam in at that moment and overheard Esaus last remark And while his parents listened with sinking hearts and darkening brows he told the whole story But my son remonstrated tho father God has forbidden alliance with the heathen nations about His blessing cannot follow you in such marriageOh need we be so narrow and bigoted Are not the nations about us rich and powerful and will not alliance with them strengthen the place of our family In the land Esau re spondcd with much show of spirit Yes but future blessing Is sacri ficed for seeming present gain As God forbade thy grandfather Abraham from taking for his son Isaac a wife of the people about him so he forbids Isaac to permit his sons tp marry Into the nations about If thou wouldst marry go to Haran and tnere pick thee a wife from among thine own people Oh Esau cried the weeping moth er bring not this sorrow upon us Listen to thy father do1 Esau felt annoyed by the storm of protest and angrily paced back and forth He could not see why they felt so He thought the women of the na tions about them were as good as any he might find at Haran He even went so far In his blind unreason as to de clare that the nations about them had as good right to have their gods and worship as did they and as far as Its knew they were as apt to be right at were the children of Abraham and IsaacMy son thou shalt not talk so Leave at once and consider thy words crhcd Isaac now thoroughly aroused And Esau arose and departed to hi angerI by and the time drew near when he was to return to claim his bride He had lived in hopes that hIs parents would relent and ac company him for Chief Beer was weddIngImice of Esaus family And will you not go with me said Esau a dark frown settling upon his faceWe cannot my son and be faithful to our God replied Isaac with trem bling voice while tears stood In his ryes for It was a great grief to him that his favorite son should thus disre gard the direct command of God Then I go alone Esau replied an grily And he strode off while the sorrowing parents watched him out of sight Esau said his wife Judith some months after their marriage and re greatifed I am weary ot this strife with thy mother I am cut off from mine own people and yours refuse to receive me Let us return to the Hittite coun try Nay replied Esau startled by the womans unexpected request I cannot go while my father lives I must re main with him that I may receive the eldest sons portion Then bring some of my people here Oh that Bash matb were with me Dost thou remember thy promise to my father Go and redeem it Bash emath will come and the household pt Esau will be greater than the house hold of thy father But If my father objected to one wife of the Hittites what will be say of two asked Esau anxiously fear kIng to stir up more trouble in his fam- Ily Go and the blessing of the gods ot IIthe Hittites will be with thee As for the god which thy father worships I know him not Thus it came to pass that Esau returned to the land of the Hittites and took Bashemath the daughter of Elon to be his wife and brought her back to his fathers country and though there was no welcome for her among his own people Judith was content and the two Htttite women sought how they might turn the heart of Esau entirely away from the God of his fathers ands follow only the gods which the lilt tiles worshipped And thus it trans pined that instead of Esau winning his wives to the faith of the God of Abra ham and Isaac they turned his heart after strange gods and made hint an alien to the blessing of God and It became a great and Increasing grief to the mind of both Isaac and Rebekah rReirs Will Eat In 1900 Andrea Starboro a wealthy citizen of San Francisco bet another P C Rossi a dinner of 20 covers at f10 each that in 25 years San Francis co will have a population of 1000000 Arrangements have been made for the payment of the bet by the heirs of the bettors if necessary adjoining counties Gold was found In considerable quantities in Wlcklow In past ages and ornaments made of native gold are numerous eXoreLand for Settlement By direction of the secretary of the Interior 37800 acres of Indian lands in Minnesota will be opened to settle ment August 17 These lands at pres ent are partly in the Fond du Lac Red Lake White Earth and the Chippe- MinnesotaneservailonWM of i 1 I 1 t f REPTILES HARMLESS MAN WHO CATCHES THEM DOES NOT FEAR THEM Uses Simple Apparatus for CAptur- Ing Poisonous SnakesSome- lartlculara of His Business There is one man In Boston who has no fear of women Invading his line of trade and uPto the present time he U the only man as far as Is known in this state who Is a professional siiake catcher This man reports the Boston Globe is 0 W Mason who does not think his living is in any way strange for he considers snakes far less harm less than dogs or any other pets A Globe reporter accompanied Mr Mason on a snake hunt to the Blue bills the other day and wasshowncon elusively that there need be no fear of anybody getting killed from the bite of a snake In this vicinity Mr Mason donned leather gloves leather gaiters and unfolded his makecatching appa ratus a long stick from which hung a stout string tied to a sort of a dredg ing machine This machine Was at tached td the part of the stick nearest the ground pond Is worked with the string attachment When a snake is seen Mr Mason with the stick in the right hand string In the left follows it places it over the snakes body and the snake Is no longer at liberty Well said Mr Mason after the first snake was caught did he run after me or did have to run after himYou see he said without waiting for a reply If had gone about my own business as It were that snake would now be enjoying the pleasure of basking In the hot sun No continued he a vicious dog would have turned on me without provocation but no matter how vicious a snake is he will avoid a conflict I have gone into a den of nearly 100 snakes and not one of them turned on me until cornered and then the fun began Time and again I have been bitten but have not yet met any thing snake shaped that Hear If I were tfl show the white featner things might be different but I know what to do when there is danger around Near Randolph about two miles away from the nearest electric road I catch at least 20 rattlers to one copperhead There are to be found the Indian roads unknown to any but professors from the different colleges that accompany me when there Is an In vestigation of the different snake poI- sons under way The copperheads are most plentiful at or near the crags at Milton very far away from places vIs- Ited on Sunday by picnicking parties They run as high as two pounds In weight and five feet long Bull snakes ofw1lch there are none Jn the vicinity weigh as much as eight pounds and are at least ten feet long I have fought them and am retdy to do so again Once T fought 14 rattlers It took me two hours to get the last one and though they were as mad as hornets- I got the last one without harm all alive x Strange as It may seem said Mr Mason as he stroked the head of one of the snakes which had ventured to the top of the bag in which it had been put women are not as much afraid of snakes as are tho sterner sex A woman will naturally shrink from a snake bufthis is due to fear When however she is told that no harm will result mom patting Its head this way she will forget her fear and will do as I am doing now ten times quicker than I could get a man to do it It is the same with women and dogs Men like dogs but would not give them the same attention as women do Though the best time of the year for catching purposes is the first two weeks In May an Idea may be given of the number cat jhtWhen It Is told that on April 17 Mr Mason caught 26 snakeI all told Some of them were four JeeL long When brought to Boston the snakes are put into a large packing case cov er d with wire netting Here they are fed great care being taken to give them plenty of water On dark days Prof Mason kills those best suited to histastetbat is the ones that will bring him toe most profit The poison taken from them is bot tied up and later sold to colleges at a good profit Then the bodies aVe bottled up and labeled to be used later for the edification of students When the prbper 1are caught they are fattened and killed for oil The latter Is used for mary things mostly for beautifying purposes after it is made Into a cream for the skin Large bull snakes those weighing eight pounds will give four ounces o oil If taught In the tall a fairsized snake will have enough fat to keep it alive for nine months and this fat can be turned Into money through the oil process The bull snake oil is the best kind Its skin is worth oni dollar the oil Is worth one dollar and the states where they are caught give a bounty of one dollar for each one killed The eastern market secures them for the price that the oil and skin would brIne The Correct Writers There is not a single great author I- nlour literature in whose works numer ous errors have not been pointed out or thought to be pointed put They are charged with violating rules involving the purity if not the permanence of the language A somewhat depressing in ference follows from the situation thus revealed The ability to write English correctly does not belong to the great masters of our speech It is limited to the obscure men who have devoted themselves to tbe task of showing how far these vaunted writers have fallen short of the Ideas of linguistic pro priety entertained by their unrecog nized betters As a result of these critical crusades there is no escape front the dlamaKcpncluslon that the correct use of the language Is not to be found in the authors whom everyone reads with pleasure but is an ac complishment reserved exclusively for those whom nobody can succeed in leading at all Harpers Magazine Center of Feeling It Is wsn the pocket fs touched that things begin to stir waiting for the Suprems Test So you are really in society said 1the friend of earlier years I wouldnt say for surft answered Mr Cumrox Nobody has ever ap proached me with any proposition to write up my past unless I paid to stop em Washington Star Safe Journey Hip hip hurray hes off for Baffin S bay nail heres that Peary ooon may reach his goal and If this heat con tinues we hope hell find a way to bring us back the old north pole N r Herald i t WHAT TO DO IF CONSTIPATED Summer Bowel and Stomach Trouble Q What is the beginning of sjqknew jfUA Failure of the bowels ta carry off the waste matter which lies in ailmenUry Canal where it decays and poisons the entire the are deathunder the name ofsomeotber ease Note the death from typhoid fever and appendicitis stomach and bowel at the present 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influence upon the intestines strengthening the muscles of the alimentar canal so that they can do their work unaided The process is but sure It U not a physic It is unlike any thing else ever used cures Constipation dysentery and bowel trouble a rich fruity flavor it is to take A a hot weather tpnic it is unequaled insuring the system against diseases so fatal in not weather O Where can Mulls Grape Tonic be had A Your druggist sells it The dollar bottle contain nearly three times the 50 cent size but if you write today you will receive the first bottle frefrwith instruc tions This test will prove its worth WRITE FOR THIS FREE BOTiLE TODAY Good for ailing children and nursing mothers r FREE BOTTLE COUPON Send this coupon with yonr same and eddies and dr niitsnan foralrce bottle of Mullt Grape Tonic for Stomach sad Vowels to itcLL s GRAPE Tosid Co 147Thlrcl Ave Rock Island Ill Gist Full Addrrit and Writs Plainly The J100 bottle contsins nearly three time the 0c size At drag torts The cenuine baa a date and number the labeltake no other from your druggist Their Pint Cloud The young woman in the stern of the little boat had whispered softly the word Yes But right where you are she- addeil hastily If try to kiss me upset the boatt do you know hoarsely demand iI Jack ii horrible suspicion already tak jag possession of him Chicago Tribune FIFTEEN YEARS OF TORTURE Itching and Painful Sores Covered Head and Body Cured in a 4 Week by Cuticura For fifteen years ray scalp and fore head was one mass of scabs andmy body wacovered with ames cannot express how 1 suffered from the jtchin and pain I tried many doctors au treatments but could get no Ji and had given up when a friend tofd me tu get Cuticura After bathing with Cuti cura Soap and applying Cuticura that meat for three days my head was as clear as ever and to my nirprite and joy one cake of soap and one box of olin meni made a complete cure in one week WashingtonStAllegheny Ko Indication Yet And are you rng to make a musician of your boy ued the friend a he patted the professor baby on the cheek I dont know yet replied musical man Oh no of course you dont I for gothe hasnt ny hair yet Las he Statesman To Destroy Slugs on Xosca After much experimenting with insect powders sprays etc I have learned from a florist a very simple and effective meant of keeping rose bushes free from slugs Use of strong Ivory suds around the roots and on foliage This plantitoELEANOR PARKER International The agreement among Italy Germany and Austria is called a dnebund isni it Yes Well what the pact between France and llussia called A moribund tupposeN O Time Democrat It Cures While You Walk Allens FootEase is a certain cure for achinefeetaccept any substitute Trial package FREE Address Allen 8 Olmsted Le Roy N Y Darwin Refuted Fntlier Yes my son according to Dar monkeysKindergarten I dont that I shall an an cestor myself some time and Im not a monkey Judge 1 am sure PIBOB June for Consumption sated life three years Bobbins Norwici N Y Feb 17 1000 When a man sit at a girls feet under a tree and plays a banjo to her she thinks that is the way they would on do lug after they Were gurried and had seven children i Imi ppI r Us ot UN I es ke a osly I IcT IL There to no presi erf- tI ttsed d eriUse verdict St IJSt4 S Ml jMVaicc Ike S UMf COTVEE csts yem bt a jiiMc to kvyjii yaeksHte H ike cwitost way cenvlHee nclfr ae4 make yoa a PERMANENT PimCflASCat nacisgeand1 Uonhead on every package VOOLSON SPICE Toledo t 4 v z SPr4 A GOLDEN OPPORTUNiTY trh President Signs 7roclamatioa living Over a Mlllion Acres of Utah Land to HbmeXaken Another golden opportunity is offered the homemakers of America it tomes in the form of the opening for Settle meat of the lands of the Irntah Indian Reservation in Utah This great ion comprises 2441000 acies of which c haye been open to aettle meat the proclamation President Roosevelt signed on July 15 of this year and which take effect on August 28 The mode of procedure in making the allotment of these lands is sirnilartp that adoptedat the time of of Rosebud Indian reservation in 1901 when the lnrthWestern Rail way carried thousands of settler into the transMissouri country to look for new home Settlers may make entry at the a United States land Offices at Grand June tion Colat Verna Utah Price Utah or Utah Any Citizen of the United State 7 of 21 yean or the head family though younger vridoW c deserted register Jon a home stead MIapplication4 must positively be rntde in person by at one of the U S land dikes named ezcrat in the case of honprably discharged soldiers and sailors who rosy register through an agent The Uintah Reservation lies in thq northcentral portion of state 05 Utah in Uintah and Watch vcountien It extend from the Green River on vth east toMIeber eonnty seat of Wasatch county on the west and to the cresfbf tthe great Uintah Mountain Range on the north land rich in agri cultural andmineral possibilities A lare of thin tract of if rcmarkablvfertile The climate is with almost perpetual sunshm i The altitude is from 4000 to 6000 feet alvtyeVthe sea In addition to the ani lands there are also large quantities of grazing landon which cattle sheep horses may be raid P tritbgreat success The linda are watered by the and IHntah river The psasenger from the east can best ireach the Referystiori via he Chicago Union Pacific NorthWestern Line to Denver which is a 23 hour ride from Chicago and the D i R O or Colorado Midland from Denver There 11 daily fl erviee from Mack to Dragon r A nunsismily went away for a sum mer vacation left him at home with the parrot When his wife returned she said to the parrot Has Folly beets lonesome The shook and replied Gimme stack of whites A slangy lady visited the zoo and returned disgusted She remuked that iHie lions were to tame they were umemlng fierce 0 runesDemocrat If milliners would confine their window to 98cent hats it vrouia do much to induce bachelors to take a hand in the J matrimonial gamut Ir4z One of first microbe tOwn Pan ama way to get in work in the United States wAs that of the httV I Chronicle 4 il Its an easy matter to gauge a mans wisdom Draw him into a discussion and if Ke agree with ofcourse hes very wit S The apple may have caused man lint fail but the banana peenasbeenworking overtime ainee Chicago c AMERICAS BRIGHTEST WOMAN Mary K Lease Itch ItHerDaty teReeo t Bead DOMI KldaeyPiUi Mary E Lease formerly political leader and oratoj of Kansas Vnorr anhor and lecturer the onlywornaB ever Voted OB for United Senator writest Dear Sirs As mjfriendehaveused Deans Kidiejr Pills and Kara been curoipf bladder and tUV jney troubles l feelltniy duty to rectfrnrnend the medicine to those who such Istases From tersonal experience I thoroughly enuoreo your remedy and am glad of thi opirtunity saying o Yours truly 8lfneaMARY ELIZABETH LEASE Co Buffalo N Y Spicily dealers Price BO per box I SICkHEADACHE 1IcAffrtKslireiueiveereJby Hearty IDzz2asNsaseaJaaTastaIa the JtoBth COatesT p5 je PaM M the Stde tIYORPTh 1IVBK T aBewy Pe17YeIb1e IL NSEIiPcE MlFacSimiTS atUni Lj TUILRUI ANITIIIsi a month saIar asared aale neder bond Ton donl par vi uattl yon bare position Largest iemoltelersph tetKfU In AmcrBBS Kiaoned kralk nJlwrt n atsasi on Uaiid Ladles IiO Klmftted Write toe eaulOKOC SCHOOL OF TELECHIAPHY- Qi TlW tl O CuCalo H Atl Usi La xarkans Tee Ban Yzaefscotlsi lOw snfferjlrbni niIiorado w secura reduced raise on aouseboidgoods to the abor 8Utp fortnttodtbi Hitler tlutorntei BIT niUl mukt MS Iwkm t Ckkas lib ROSS WAKKWC CAItfR CURE heretofore supplied only to phj icl oi for their F UnowpatnpbyntBoa HOMEfcBKATMjEttT wilbaIIdlreeiIoma Send for onr Booklet Caner WUdns BUuCIfflonaUO o d41 Conviction Follows Trial happensto ak getting Some queer stories about coffee that is said In bulk could be told if the people who handle it grocers cared to speak put Could any amount of mere talk have persuaded millions of housekeepers to use r Lion CoHee- me leader of all pck ffe coffees tor oTer of a century if they had not found it superior to all other brands in- Pitrity Sfre fth Flavor aM Vmilermlty cetnz I afteuler If BfMISEKEEPEBS ya el Merfta H Is ye to factory premhmsSOLD EVERYWHERE CO Otto which Provo the tern the Phieago you for alL eeftts fllgesaoaaadttoo HLLML LEAMTELENAPIYAII Oiirgrid ICTCEW114 edis-cl7Boo1 i vr Lx I f iVOLDWOSLD ODDITIES 4k i A etprk waked into a ChU at Rcermond Holland the other eVtng I ofitheS VTbe owner of a house in a London suburb altered the number 13Vto 12A lV The borough Isii thori ties objected and a 4though he pleaded that he toulcnot a house numbered 13 they made L him replace the 18 on the door A retired army lleutenant as beta arrested at Nauplla Greece wing to 4ti having predicted tome weeks ago that M Delyannls the premier would b assassinated in June 13 which was t the actual date of the crlme He aye c the murder was foretold to him tr 4dreanApropos of a statement that coal would appear a strange article of diet I a pondel1t writes to the Wpttf b not4fIIas a luxury as he aasjn Irish watelv a spaniel which m away with alum her of lurnpaa day unless the coals kepttout of his reachVIn the fashionable West end of Lon don a teacunespeclally made for for tune telling is being sold The cup Is engraved on the Inside frith the mystic symbols of the fortunetellera bell heart horseshoes and so on The tea leaves at the bottom are twlrlcifrround tho cup and according to the POsition or objects on which they stick so is ones fortune ill Portsmouth has passed I an ordinance for the suppression ot J cockcrowlng The chicken tauderzay it ctnnot be suppressed but theionv r x s don News says that a partial remedy t 4 consists In placing i perch where the COCkrooStZ 80 high that wben he stands I i pc Tip to crow he knocks his head against t t t the roof and desists A si lngidg u bbfcrd hung ovjer his head answers the f sjtae purpose It says tHa Prpf Relcfteubach Ii said to bye l pro en that 3fpera nsI1109 ca tibuman4 a net or The flicker sometimes notfctd 5i I liShtnlngprpTes to be due to ttiefiet several JRashea sonietlmes five or Vix3fo11ow one path too rapidly to be ratedbT the eye The trails shown In photography of yery bright fiMhea arecaused by Incandescence produced in the air for ajrery brief period 4VA new product of the electric fur nacfe has been Infroduced InxFrance 4 t Iiisciun produced by M JCartier an elettroineUllurrlst of Mancloux which f decomposes on contact with water liko eV calcium carbide J A stereoscopic Star chat1s the sue a cespful novelty ofT E H a1b the Eng ilsB astronomer The stare in a given Ia I sectIon of the heavens are drawn frpm a Awto polntfi ot viewthatare sup posed to be 6 years apart an ul de a large stereoscope the KeiifbYe 4 lllnatruCtleJ therrtb n as against the dark background ot the sky The result Is z most Interesta ing one Electric waves and sensitive re ceivers offer a means of performing 1 of operations at a dfetance sED Brall1has been trying tc l tIn such results and has shown the b1blcbIeIncandescent lamps to glow and cause 1111 atr xploslon These effects E7 be pr ducedor discontinued lnany de aired orde r one after another They I wire chosea arbitrarily for experiment and it is possible tt bring about at a distance other mecbanicaUacHon or se to wdrkacompli I iednaclneV 1 BITS BT TRZ BABES A little girl was ca Int recite t Sr piece before a audletice When tff reached the stale she stood there bj without saylBg a weird At length sho n iIa1medPspV3flOw5 ItV kS TVA fouryearold Brooklyn child was Shqithe process Finally she u tofa sudden and said aiIyelyfOh- p 1L ifleiiBbutton spmeiof 4af Mtd Hvy MOld N nef aboutait deaf Queried her mother Aftst I gel adviseIw tO mar rfj i A littlegirl called aLa grocery and 4aiked for a quart ottylnegar10 be donere aak dloraBotlHr quart 1th fnthe same VesmL WI1Jfdlclat rou a iratiiface7skdinerd te 8a1I shopper clta for tp dltereat pErsona c j h r W ART RHJHT p J z Wke Xia1tCefe II ttiiisi VIMe laauruce CepaaieawIIL aotV fill ure iBCB sjiaerlBg frjat heirt trouble TkrMson II obvldus- 111JirbudtIleJijeart a 4I ctijthIag and cas be iprrected If wd yrofiy treated 4IB iii CoierP4oVwriteef Waa a reflt Cffleedrlak feT 1 jBany years a we act reot tillVj from heart trouble jBdiitttlba and nerroHSBCM tocaij ltIltllat aade 1e wetcli lH 7 a- BUls a 1IF iwho w1tsie4r M fl err VI epBtlBued ts drink Goffee Otowr e erf not that 1iIie ttU1l1e1lhUlJaHJrJtag 1 life IW I ceI1e rejected i 7rt1l1l6ctl1atlIwlag oK co8e allied mfe fdJevliotPoetfi coves I egaa J iayeeditIo va fI1fi tJO till ear J17 all albtL My dlaetkn wu a my Ber iMBeM oinIea vilal secoad xi iiitle J ixK 0OetM by tie life la wraa C ttiinK CflUlie rfib iit4MIJ ofri Nape 7 PoitwaV 08tBattl Creek flce s TsarN aalt Ifl explained i l tb llttl bek Tbe I toW en 11QftNi q fu I ifici t Ar o iI p J i 4 J a I r IA tlt t t a iJi 1t r STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS I NO POWDER IN CAMP Consequently No Salute Was Fired For Gov Beckham Paducah Ky Aug l2ln the presence of 5000 people Gov J C W Beckbam accompanied by his staff re viewed the Second Kentucky regiment When the regimental band struck up Dixie the crowd cheered The gov ernor was tendered an ovation as he entered the grounds on a fine steed As the ammunition for the Hotchklss and Gatling guns failed to arrive the governors salute was not fred The ball for the governor staff and regI mental officers took place at the Park Pavilion It was A society function witnessed by hundreds of people The governor and a part of his staff left for Frankfort after the ball He will come again August 23 and remain un tII the 26th to review the First and Third Kentucky regiments At dinner Got Beckham Snd start were guests of the hospital dOctors Camp Yeller was attacked at 12 oclock at night by cavalry and infantry but only a few shots were fired by the attacking army which departed on learning the strength of the army which they had charged After the defense had been formed the general officers Col Wit Barns and Gov Beckham walked through the tines MRS JOHN E MADDEN The WomanHas Not Seen Her Chit dren For Three Months Lexington Ky Aug HTho two children of Mr and Mrs John E Mad den are still at Hamburg Place the country home ofcjthe Maddens here Jkfjrs Madden who for a time made iwcekly trips to Lexington to see the children and complained because they WtO flat allowed tOil see her except hen Accompanied by a guard has not Jbcen BOW for two months iiadden was here recently but return clng1iyoree contest Mrs Mnddens friends that she is remaining away from Lexington to avoid service In the di vorce suit which Madden has filed against her The case will come up for trial in September GAS PIPE LINE PLANNED Product of MknIfe County To Be Piped TO Lexingion garDOuryille KyM Aug 144 company Is bfelng organised to take over the Immense gasJlelds of Menlfee c5Unty In Upper Kentucky and pipe the product to Dexlngton and other dentrai Kentucky cities The field has been partly developed by the New 19kUfetllandcblses h ve Already been secured at- Lexingtonand two or three other polhts An outlay of about 1000000 will be required Gaais found through out the Kentucky oil fields but ho oil Jfs found In tho Menlfee gas Jleld The Cojie8e Addition Barbouipllle Kyii Aug 12Work Is pnderw tDn an addition to the ad mlnlstrattoh building at Union college to cost ietee6O00 a lf7OOO A heathand lighting plant to costV6 000 is aiso under iconstruction The 30000 Speed hall is now complete and is being furnished Sultt To Collect Back Taxes HopkihsvIIle Ky Aug 11 Revenue Agent Frank A Lucas filed 16 suits for back taxes on property aggregating 350000 in vtbThe largest suit Is against John Bl Trice as administra 4pr otthe state of Stephen B Trice claiming truces for five years qn 20000 worth of property A Depjorabl Accident Taylprsvilie Ky1Aug 14Miss BessIeAuberry 17 whoTeslded near Batland met death in a most deplorable manner r had been hid delt under 7ne beddIBgia ber room by one of the younggirIabroters Sev eral small children werfe playing In the r9hindone of them found the stol weapon was accldenily Discharged and the pall entered the girls head causlfifclnstant death prreiMr T en Ended Life Covington Ky LUg 14After pro paring her husbands dinner Mrs John Baz of High street West Coy ngion stole quietly upstairs to her room amftook a fatal leot carbolic actd Her husband thought she had gone upstairs to lie doias8he had been sick r r i The lemm Funeral NewportKy Aug 14The funers- lofthelatetdwardC Remmewas held from the late home 816 Waahlngton avfeaue thlsAItyt It watf byfar the laf thaithaldoUowedm years T Twiini Burned To Dea- thFa4cajVAug ItA lamp ex- Jilodedat the hone of Will Elliott and the family did awake until the house in fluaes 1children two beIDgtwin Wertburaed to death asd Wrests badly burned Tho tIilIliI 4red tabiy a Colored Woman Covllls0X7AUS 14Zack Tay lor a Cincinnati man was badly cut andstabbed In the olor c settlement near the old li te InMadlson pike Central toDand says It was done bjr Maude Prewltt colored OWReildent Dead Newport IXy Aug 12 William Lund a pjoheer isldentofthIBclt died tSlleerab ptal Cerebral hem Thldi the ls tBae bers of Noahs DoveI Jodge of iOddk Fellows KVIlIVsI Her rother gprlngfleld 12Miss Bes lie Asherry 17 lars pld was ace dentally shot andki11 d sear here While her SHjailibrotber was carelessly handling pistol The ball penetrated berbraLflVA rl 4at Wllllltewn WllllJUBstownvKy Attgr llchlefet Police CBllabao of Ludlow arrived I1ttfl with V71lIlai Balfty afuklUire wailed here OB the charge Of Wiling Klmora Henty at Corinth Ky last- February Bailey was capturedat the Ludlow Lagoon c John A IaertyExIraa- C1II lana Ky JVug iLJohn A Ea ertyaged 74 died at his home at BreckiHtidge after a protracted ness K was rlffot thn untrtorq E1Jerman1was a mem ber of Morzani eommaBd- iJ v Lrl I h RICHES COME TO LEXINTON MAN Now He Wants the Son He Relinquished To the Mother Lexington Ky Aug HAfter con scnting to n divorce being given his ChattanoogaTenn a fortune in real estate in Los An geles Cal D L Peters formerly a legalbattleyearold son who now lives with his mother Mrs Bertha Schooler Peters In this city The couple were married here 11 years ago but after living together for five years the wife applied for a divorce In Chattanooga No do tense was made by Peters and the custody ot the child was awarded to the mother at that timerSince the divorce Peters has kept the mother In funds to provide for tbe comfort of the boy but now that the lad Is at the ago where It Is necessary for him to be given an education and feeling that the mother Is not able properschoollngPeters to get possession of the child BANKS TO BE SUED They Have Not Paid Their Taxes en the Basis Fixed Frankfort Ky Aug 11 Attorney General l Hays secured from the state auditor a list of the national banks that have not paid their taxes this year on the basis fixed by the state board of assessment and will In the next few days file suits against them to recover the taxes and penalties If the banks pay up however before tho September term of the Franklin circuit court the suits will not be prose cutcd PISTOL FIGHT Legislator Sam Black Shot and Killed By a Saloonkeeper Harrodsburg Ky Aug USaM Black a member of the legislature Policeman William Britton and Walter Stolts a saloonkeeper engaged In a pistol fight on Main street Black was shot through the head and killed instantly Britton received a bullet through the jaw and Stolts was wound ed in the abdomen Both are in n dying condition An old grudge is said to have been the cause of the trouble pharged With Assault Lexington Ky Aug 12The troubles of Lee Andqrson charged with setting fire to the large barn burned at Elmendorf farm Wednesday night are coming thick and fast Friday night he was arrested on a warrant sworn out by George S Shanklln charging him with a murderous assault on hls son Shelby the night the fire occurred Representative Dalton Injured Scottsvllle Ky Aug 12 Represen tative J E Dalton of this place met with a severe accident while oversee- Ing some repair work at his stock yards in East ScottsvHIe He accidentally stepped upon a wire nail which entered the ball of the foot pen dtratlng through between the third and fourth toes Adm Meads Old Home Covington Ky Aug HRr Adm Whitman Mead the navalot ficer in charge of arrangements for tie meeting of the peace commissions at Portsmouth N H is an old rest dent of Covington having been ap- poInted to the Annapolis academy tram this city- Declared To Be Insane Nlcholasvllle Ky Aug ILFrank Davis aged about 45 years was adjudged Insane In the count court and ordered to be taken to the Eastern Kentucky Insane asylum at Lexington Davis has been confined to his bed for 15 years Daring Attempt To Escape Covington Ky Aug12JohnCraig 24 a a daring dash for liberty and after successfully dodging a fusillade cf shpts plunged Into the Licking river His freedom was of short duration however for an hour later he was again in prison Aged Citizen Dies Springfield Ky Aug 12Robert D Montgomery one of the oldest citizens of the countydledafter a long Illness of heart disease He was 81 years old and leaves a large famllyof grown children Killed By a Falling Tree Lee City Ky Aug 12 Frank Pat rick who was engaged in felling tim ber on Frozen creek was struck by a tree and instantly killed He was about 30 years of age and leaves a family More Trouble Expected Lee City Ky Aug BIn an altercation Alex Rose aged 18 son of Alli Eon Rose cut and fatally wounded Luke Crisp aged 16 Rose is in charge of Deputy Sheriff Hobert Dunn and excitement is high No cause Is given for the fight With a HandkerchiefV Paducab Ky Aug 14W1llIam Un derwood aged 30 a farmer hanged himself to a tree with a handkerchief j He was In good health wealthy and devoted to his family No reason is known for the act Rev M P Hunts Call Louisville Ky Aug 11The congregation of the Twentysecond and Walnut Street Baptist church has vot eil to call Rev Marlon P Hunt of Kansas City Mo to fill the pulpit recently made vacant by the resignation of Rev Arch C Cree Hanging Made Him Insane Owensboro Aug 14As the result of brooding over the execution of Robt Matbley who was hanged here July 7 William Hemingway is a complete- smental wreck and has been sent to am asylumVSay They Were Counted Out Winchester 1Thl democrats who say they were counted out on the last democratic primary held a meeting here and decided to put abfull city ticket in the field They decided to run a newspaper during theb campaignVRobert B Nelson Burled Newport Ky Aug lIThe remains of the late Robert B Nelson were laid to rest in the little burying ground near tbe Methodist church In Alexan dria He was born In Alexandria in April 3S23 and lived there all his life THE DEATH LIST GROWS Twelve Person Died of the Yellow Scrurge In New Orleans Sunday Nc v Orleans Aug 14 Following is the official record up to 6 p rn Sun day New eases total cases 963 deaths 12 total lot new subfoci 14 total 202 Thoheavy Increase In the number of causes which began four or five days ago Is beginning to manifest Itself In the death list which can be expected to grow steadily for the next few days The number of new cases Sunday seems small In comparison with Saturdays record 105 but It Is really 19 short as that numoer of cases were turned in by an Inspector just after the hour for closlpg the report These will figure In Mondays report Among the ewes Sunday Is Louis Cueullu jr cashier of the Peoples bank who resides far out on North Johnson street Another case Is Maurice Kenny excouncilman and cx member of the legislature Two ot Kennys daughters were stricken Saturday Only five of the new foci are above Canal street Patterson which Is the largest center of Infection outside of the city reported three new cases Sunday and the first deatn A TERRIBLE CRASH I Twelve Persons Killed and 25 Injured In a Railway Wreck Cleveland 0 Aug t4A fast east bound passenger tialn on the Nickel Plate road collided with a westbound freight train at Kishman 0 near Vermllllon resulting in the death of jwereably die The wreck according to the olRclals of tho company was caused by a misunderstanding of orders or neglect to obey them on the part of the crew of the freight Aside from the engineer tho men killed on the passenger train were all riding In the smoking car at the head of the train and were mostly foreign laborers In the employ of the Stand ard Oil Co oh their way from Fort Seneca 0 to Brookfleld O In charge of a foreman Engineer C C Poole of the passenger train was killed at his post while trying to reach for the airbrake after seeing the headlight of the freight train rills fireman Haef nero saved himself by Jumping The high speed of the passenger train threw its locomotive and first three coaches over on the engine of the freight train telescoping the smoker and the car following Thd forward cars of the freight train were splintered by fragments- EXTRAORDINARY SESSION Congress May Not Be Called Together Next November Oyster Bay N Y Aug HNot withstanding the more or less definite announcement which has emanated from various sources during the last few months congress may not be call ed Into extraordinary session next No vember Indeed the Indications are now that no extraordinary session will be held this year This statement Is made on the authority of President Roosevelt himself He has not do clded the question definitely yet and probably will not reach a determlna tion of It until he shall have returned to Washington the latter part of Sep tember e chances of an extraordl nary seelo appear however to be fading USED SPRING WATER The Battleship Kansas Launched ai Camden N J Philadelphia Aug HThe battle ship Kansa the largest war vessel ever built lJh the east was launcoed at the yarerof the New York Ship 1JflaunchingHoch of Kansas whose daughter Miss Anna Hoch acted as sponsor for the ship Along with the governor was a christening party of 30 Kansans An unusual feature of the launching was the fact that the vessel was christened with spring water brought from Kim sas by GoY Hoch Instead of the cus tomary bottle of champagne LldNSAT LARGE They Klllee a Workman and Gorged Them lveon His Body Blackpool Eni Aug HTwo lions the property 4fthe city were found loose in the yard adjoining their cage together with portions of the body 01 a workingman It appears that theI man on ther previous night made tbeI boast that he would enter the lions cage Evidently In an attempt toIcarry out this boast he opened the cago The animalsescaped and killed filmI gorging themselves on his bodyr MlnlstervTakahlra Attends ChurchI Portsmouth N H Aug 14Mlnls er Takahira tbe Japanese minister accompanied by Commander TakeshlI Ita the naval attache of the Japanese legation at Washington attended the evening service at the Christian church In Kft eryMe Sailed For Hollo Manila Aug 14 Secretary of War- T rt Mlss lIce Roosevelt and party sailed onttae United States army trans port Logan for Hello GQvGen Wright Maj Gen Corbin and all tho Ins l rrc mmlsBloners except Commissioner Ide accompanied them AntiForeign Outbreak Feared Shanghai Aug 14Soo Chow reports tbat tiantiAmerican boycotts assuminga political character An anllforclgrri outbreak is feared Only the Northern Chinese authorities are sternly repressing the movement Two Trainmen Killed Toledo 0 Aug HTwo Wheeling Wabash freights collided headon GeorgoWellof Toledo were killed Failure of the westbound train to get orders to stop at Clyde Is claimed to be responsible Baron Injured In a Runaway Biarritz Aug X4Bamn VonPewel Reaming husband of Princess Fred erika of Hanover was thrown from his carriage during a runaway and stained a fracture of the skull His condition is serious Girl Killed By Lightning New York AUK 14 Widespread damage was caused by a thunderstorm of unusual violence accompanied by j high wind and a deluge of rain that urst over New York and vicinity 1 Jeannette Freer 0 was killedo lightning Killed While Resisting Arrest Ballstbn NY Aug HRev Ber nard Scbulte and nls wife of New p York were attacked at Mechanlcsvjlle and probably fatally injured by a lie grot who was shot and killed in Sara taw while reslstlne arrest t h J T TERMS MADE KNOWN Japan Wants Reimbursement For Expenses in the War Also the Cession of the Island of Sak hallen Amount of Indemnity Not Fixed This Being Left to Mutual Adjustment Portsmouth N H Aug llRelmbursement for the expenses sustained In the prosecution of the war and the cession of the Island of Sakballen constitute the main features of the peace conditions handed by Baron Komura to Mr Witte at the conclusion of the morning session of the plenipotentia ries In the general stores building of the Portsmouth navy yard Other terms are substantially what the world ex pected and with one or perhaps two exceptions could probably be ascer tamed as basis of negotiation They Include the following The cession of the Russian leases to the Liatung peninsula comprising Port Arthur and Dalny The evacua tion of the entire province of Man churla the retrocession to China of any privileges Russia may have In the province and tile recognition by Rus sin of the principle of the open door The cession to Japan of the Chinese Eastern railroad below Harbin the main line through Northern Manchuria to Vladivostok to remain Russian property The recognition of the Japanese protectorate over Korea Tht of fishing rights to Japan In the waters of the Siberian littoral northward from Vladivostok to the Behrlng sea The relinquishment to Japan oft Russian warships Interned In neu tral ports Finally a limitation upon the naval strength of Russia In far eastern waters- Portsmouth N II Aug 12Rus alas reply to the Japanese terms of peace was delivered by Mr Wltte to Baron Kotnura The reply is written there being two texts one In French the other in English Upon the two crucial points Indemnity and the cession of the Island of Sakhallen the reply Is an absolute non posslmus Other points are accepted as basis for discussion while stilt others are ac ceptedcondltlonally The reply is rather long because in enumerating the conditions upon which discussion Is admitted and those upon which con sideration is declined reasons and ar guments are given The Japanese plenipotentiaries are expected to ask for an immediate adjournment to ex amine and prepare this reply Mr Witte win probably Intimate that the Russian plenipotentiaries expect the Japanese to display much expedition as they the Russians have shown In the preparation of their responses Silence and secrecy are their watchwords But if tbe conditions as sub mitted constitute their last word hope of peace may be regarded as having disappeared if the feeling reflected in Russian circles Is a true criterion And that no substantial concessions on the main issues will be made Is the belief In Russian and Japanese circles In the Inner camps of both plenl potentiaries the deepest pessimism r lbDsMr Witte It Is positively known believes the prospects of an agreement are so remote as to be prac tically nil Ho has no desire to prolong the agony and instead of fencing when the plenipotentiaries come to gether after the Japanese have had the opportunity to examine the reply there Is strong reason to believe he will not only welcome but will Insist upon an immediate discussion of all the proposed bases So pessimistic Is he that he has already been talking to his colleagues of his plans when the rupture comes Before sailing for home he contemplates a brief visit to ChicagoThat Japanese terms In so far as they touch tbe main points will not be withdrawn or materially mod lied Is the opinion of the most competent Japanese authority on the ground who will talk for publication namely rMr Julio Kumpei Matsumato a mom ber of the Japanese parliament who is here as a financial emissary of Japan Portsmouth N H Aug HNo progress was made with the peace nego tiations over Sunday The session of the plenipotentiaries which was to have been Held Sunday afternoon was postponed by mutual agreement out of reverence to the fact that It was the holy Sabbath which Is universally ob served in Russia as a day of rest It would perhaps not be too much to say that the general feeling Is more hopef- Ul In spite of open predictions mad by personages connected with both sides of the negotiations that before next Sunday the plenipotentiaries will reach an impasse where a rupture will become inevitable This pessimistic view is based upon the fact that far as known the two big barriers to an agreement Indemnity and Sal hallen remain as high and Insur mountabfe as ever The real struggle Is only postponed The main problems are no nearer solution than when the plenipotentiaries- met Exports of Manufactures Washington Aug 14 Statistics compiled by the bureau of statistics of the department of commerce and labor show that the exports of manufactures In the fiscal year Just ended amounted to 54362J297 as against 452415921 In the preceding year To Investigate Chinese Boycott Washington Aug 14 Minister Rockhill and the consular officers in China have been instructed to carefully look into every feature or the boycott of American goods in China and report to the state department Yaquls Anxious For Peace Mexico CItyAug HIt Is reported on the best authority that the Ya qui Indians of Sonora tired of the long and disastrous warfare carried on against the government are now ask ing peace and that negotiations are actually being carried on The Mutineers Sentenced Sebastopol Aug HAs a result of the trial of 53 mutineers of the train- Ing ship Pruth 15 have been acquitted four condemned to be shot three sentenced to penal servitude for life andI tbe remainder to various shorter terms Three Men Killed Wllkesbarre Pa Aug HThomasJ Welkins a miner and two Hungarian laborers were killed and John Love another miner was badly crushed by fall 6t coal in the Truesdale colliery t the Delaware Lackawanna West ern Coal Co Jolted From a Train Lancaster 0 Aug HJames TemI leman aged 20of this city was jolted from a coal train at Hemlock Lodge on the Hocking Valley road His arm was cut ort and be was inter atty inlurcl Recovery U ilnutitful 1 I IOneusing crude petroleum as the explo sive n Internal combustion engines When this Invention Is perfected we shall see gas engines driving the loco motives in all the regions where oil wells are to bo found Hospital for Women A new womans hospital in New York will treat only womens diseases and was erected at a cost of 650000 Mrs Russell Sage Miss Helen Gould Mrs Astor and Mrs Levi P Morton are among the prominent women interested In it St Louis In sadly in need of just such a hospital and there ate no doubt many wealthy women who would be willing to endow it- Circulated Some Have you a library in your town asked the New York man Oh yes replied the westerner fVA circulating one Well it wasnt Intended for ttiataort of a library but we had two or three cyclones out our way that circulated it considerably Yonkers Statesman Russian Black Earth The Russian government bastsent to the California university college of agriculture specimens of the famous black earth of European Russia which Is showing signs of deteriora tion The Russians want the advice of the Berkeley scientists as to reviv ing it Bird Responds to Whistle There Is a girl in Hamburg Germany who has trained a beautiful bird to come at her whistle and perch upon her hat She goes abroad with the bird roosting there and the effect Is described as very smart to say the least The SelfPossessed Bride One is in the habit nowadays of seeing brides absolutely selfpossessed almost jocose laughing and smiling and nodding to their friends Mothers and sisters never cry nowadays at parting Lady Violet Grevllle In London Graphic The Chugs Mrs Chugwater This paper says that passengers escaped ona raft How could fSey make a raft at sea Mr ChugwaterThey could use the ships log couldnt they Why dont you use your own reasoning faculties once in awhile Chicago Tribune Simple Crown The crown of Roumanla Is made of gun metal being ornamented with no precious stones and relieved of severe simplicity only through the skill of the artisan It is the only European crown absolutely devoid of gems Pipe Lover When Mr Richard Mormongue entered his apartments on the fourth floor of the Rue Poplncourt Paris the other day he found that his landlady had broken his pet pipe He at once committed suicide by leaping from a window Big Incomes in Britain According to the parliamentary return on the assessment and payment of Income tax just issued there were In 1903 only 20 persons in Great Britain who were in receipt of incomes exceed- Ing 200000 a year- Worldly Wisdom Torn Thomson I wish I had a million dollarsWeary WalkerYou wouldnt know how to spend It I wouldnt need ter Id have friends denTown Topics Pay Does Not Tell You can always judge a mans brains by his salary said Arnold White lee turing to workingmen In London recent ly Togo gets t648 a year while Rc jestvenskys salary is tItOOO Brainy Brute An intelligent phant is attracting attention in New York The animal not only bowls but with a piece of chalk keeps record of the number of pins it knocks down Answered Kwoter Whats in a name propertyIsLeader Taste of the Czarina The empress of Russia spends 10000 a year on perfumes pastes soaps and toilet waters which she has sent to her exclusively from the French capital New Explosive Dunnlte invented by Col Beverly W Dunn of the Sandy Hook station Is said to be the most powerful explo alve known MARKET REPORT AuglCATTLECouimon 00 Heavy steers 4 60 5 00 CALVESExtra 6 50 6 IS HOGS Ch packers 6 20 6 25 Mixed packers 6 10 6 20 SHEEPExtra 425 435 LAMBS Spring 7 35 7 40 FLOUR Spring pat 5 85 6 25 VHEATNo 2 red 83 8- 4NoSred 79 CORNNo2 mixed 56 No 2 white 58 26YRyENo2HAY Cbtlmotby 12 50 1275 PiORK Clear mess 15 75 LARD Steam 725 BUTTER Ch dairy 15 Choice creamery 23 APPLESChoice 2 50 3 50 POTATOES Per bbl 15 140 TOBACCO New 5 00 13 00 Old 450 14 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 5 10 0 5 20 WHEATNo2 red 81 8- 2No3red 95 1 05 CORNNo 2 mixed 55 55 tiXiRyENo2PORK Mess 14 25 14 30 LARDSteam 7 75 Hew York FLOUR Win strts 4 15 4 60 WHEAT No 2 red 88 CORN No 2 mixed qb 62 OATS No 2 mixed 30 31 63jIORKMessLARDSteam 775 815 in ltrore WHEAT No 2 red 82 S2 JSCATTLEBHEEP No 1 250 300 Louisville CORNNo2 mixed 67 OATSNo 2 mixed 0 36 PORK Meas 12 00 LARD Steam 6 Indianapolis I f WHEAT No 2 red 85 5SyPATS y 4w 0 UNDERSTOOD THE FEELING But the Business Instinct Rose Su preme Over His Sense of Sentiment Yrs said the artisticlooking man I nevertiredIleum 1 could have out there every dayVeh querIedone of the other paseenger in tram thatColiseumglory She was the greatest pow r on VhenRomesRoke mbledAnirJfclllYes I can imagine how you felt wentback inthewentbacktothere beside the old broken well where I YesIlOU got over it did you happen to ask cottonel1inlithemoverThe artistic man cave him a look of mingled sorrow and disgust pulled a news readingtheeCERTAINLY GRAND SAVING Unexpected Yet Eminently Satisfactory Result of a Trickon the Gas Meter Mr Macpheraons gas billwereso simplyeJtorrhltnnthiMacTaggartHut a man of resource and suggested a remedy InthepastilStbroughsnmeil to be registered Noo every nicht when ye gang to bed and turn oot the pipeIndopposite direction and subtract from the amount of gas yeve been using lUan yell find it a grand saving remedyfora month Then came the gas inspector on his registerlookt Againhesir perplexityWhaurHwho was standing by weef Sir JIacpherson said the happeningcompany owes ye exactly Jl 13s lid Tale of Two Cities orderedUewYorkerChi Some Hot Was it hot out there lint The cuckoo stayed in the clock and cuckooed 1ucit It is unfortunate that petroleum has not proved as effectual in exterminating mos quitoes as it has in 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HcrcuiNsoNagent oft 4Ii US Department Commerce nnd yQ3 Labor doesnt toto fair with the i ship Eubsidist He was sent to4 4 Brazil to investigate trade condi tons and reports that trade with that country will not bo promoted by paying U S vessel owners to run a line of chips there Down F with Hutchinson say we ship sub L1f 1 tidUts I B iij ii dOct2the Federal Govern ment begins at Chicago its prose out n of member of the Meat Ivp Trust indicted ori tho charge of conspiracy in restruhitof trade Much depends on the issue IfII verdict of acquittal is rendered t 8 stock raisers may ccept the situa b tion as beet they can knowing that nil present chance of making cattle raising profitable has gone gliui rnerng i t11 i CORRESPONDENCE I s 2 Odessa TL Jones and Wm Barberv nt7vr Mrs Ann Pratlicr of Moreliead t ln her qranddaughter Mrs 0ct8VlSF Sriedega r L Jqnes icDlp oyeu Den t r t nie Bufns to ruri his buckaterwn g DR He Be t io last Week to Vork Mis RutbJones viiited her eon A T Jonch and familyon Burhridgee BrHncIi Sairdlyand Sunrfoy n ii 7 Week ago l j Sy prinf to W T Jojtcs and WI Augla linuncint big boythelr t first born Mother and SOD are j 4 do f 1tterhaiIaiBa- t KVr Bad hatchet and lays Ppdoi4 have to wprktfotlr J t Crates Watermelons re plentiful irt this 1 kr jjburhood t t HorBjMJoiih Craig and wire i Augurt LLaaon iot fat t ltmGjtjJrt sold hie house to Charley VJhBon for i Iji T c sioo I 4 lirir Maggie Toy rdauehtet M isa If 3 AaiaiIeonJoewere visiting c 1 AtivesiB Salt Lick iSunday ana MoBday t ttonlt pareatR G VV Hatton andiwifC Lb Saturday Right and Sunday oJj The Sic1Mre May Manley r h been eoained to her bed for i 1 v reral days but is better Sirs r t Jtwephlne Warren is better Mra I fid i oH ttoVi5v8ii JSIrBi tuty olsefc falrview Jr t1 v Leslie HeBdrir sold Jess ACol Iori5fri 31 T Sto lit WJ it Oft sold 9les Vn f JandinghaBS calf for Miwtr Miranda Visited Jell r tit 1fiiri Weodard of CanIfeelast vrcok 3 Mle Mnmlo Hendrji visited the rl t il4 familr of George Stewart Suodnj- Jfl I 1 Bbepbens left laitiieeE fo iiIi1iU ijidluna to make tliat Itt E plsoe his borne zt i kfto Cbaree Badgers and tberfi I f eslIe ilendniwIfejnd Ionli sraiwent to Parks Hill caBBp PJYAifJ4r JB eetNglstSua4ay I Mrs Je8 Goodpaster returnerf nUluWekrFf Y p A eertaia widower and widowofI t 1 i Iklspscere taking drives jtfUite i C fteBkteiy BDd fcotlr are wearing 6 2 bre lv8Kile irS1ii Mr Mnh Copher daugli tei it hJs sadCjr f City i Ohio YRlted friends 1 1 aat ietf j h f s h s Ja r r 1 ft r i 01 h f r 4J fti fJ t J l 1O1 I F rlJl tc pJIil1j1 i J lbp ItIfljtf Ii Ilf f I r r iT s U Licking Union Joe Billie and D N Cogswell went to Morcheud Tuesday Joe and Clato Jones Bold n hunch of at Salt Lick for 1J3 a W R Hunt filled his regulur upII otnient ut the M K Church ndiy Willie Ham bought 100 acres nft land on Triplttt Creek nearBnuJys Switch and will move to it soon Levi Kt ph Bert JobnsonJobnW and Silvnn McKinney took n load 2 tieinehlines to the Campton oil field fist of lust weekweeUpper Flat Creek Thisufction WIIS visited by quite an electrical storm Saturday alter noon i Miss Shannnon of Chicago III e gue5t of her cousin Mrs A Jcaluinn Mips Maggie Cnrmody bcRaii school at Lanes schoolhousu Inst Monday whArthurGlover IQ very sick with cholera infantuni Chrss Waver sold a twoje rold Bourbon Chief colt to Virgil Mont Joy for 100 T J Steele sold eight shoats tf Robinson Hibler of Mt Sl rling nt six cents Misseo Mamie Flynn of Est St Lnuip Nellie and Mary Glover were guests of Miss Mary McDonald nt M t Sterling last weekpo atOkiaBob Whitton bought a cow of G for 22 50 CrAlbertC oularenceRev Wood preached here Satur dny night and Sunday to a fair sized audlenco IWheat threshing was the order of the day here last week and the yield was small Mat Davip wife Bob Davis and wife idi of Fleming count were uests of Julia Gorrell and family cnunItoll S MundayWillie Campbell of Cincinnati was her several days last week vis it his m vtenddoughtersMisscp t viopthrough here lust week on their way to Winchceter to visit rela tives and friends Stepstone IRlv Carpenter gave tho men u lecture Sunday afternoon which they say was very good tLe811 Payno and Earl Quiscn berry visited friends iit Flemingp burg Sunday and Monday Wui Carmichncl and Bert Quill enberry with their best ginla radedt church ut Pleasant Valley Sunday evening H C Wiburn und family wi Intehad been viiiitinK Frank Brown ui RIe l for spine days returned to Russell rtestiayaWH1IamsIIf s Anna and Myrtio Thompson Sun day and attended church at Cor 1ntli MissWinhie Alexander and neplit ew Muster Donald who had been v hon uncla JO Hall and w rifeutturned home Friday utternoon John M Stout of Big StoneGR- PIiwhftr had been here visiting his- tlier and family and seeing his WItS and child who ore visiting his fatherJ left for boino Mondayvweek ago Mrs Crtlllo Ragan will giveSioecream supper at her next Saturday night Every one come and lend a helping hand The Step stone string band will furnish the mn f IVThe picnic given by the A 0 f W would have been quite a eucoesS Juswhepwasgathoredaaltwas right plus sat up until that time Moores Ferry Mr and Mrs Clay Reeves little rhildia very sick with fever Lewis Kinncy and wifof Forge Hill are visiting friends here this weekei JaekSpenoeryisited bis sister and family the pitiiek There are several boys in this part talking of going to Illinois right soon bburgMollie ilyers this week We are having plenty of rain now and people cannot complain of not baYIng enough water litloeonQrLloklng 1yuntllSundayChariea Nornisandwlteot near Slte YLlJy visitOd the latterlI hUrdisyWillie AtohlBon who went to II- linois last spring returned home Thursday lie Bays the corn crop I good tlz rend oats made from 35 to 45 bushels per acre ReVj Mien Spence once a follaw er of the devillblJtnottI1lJ1oluher of the holiness band held a meet frig at Fergusons school hotls Sun There was a large crowd to her him spetkand the beet order was had His next meeting e at sBchQollouseleJlt SundDYQ nd bo invites everybody to comril- out to the meetiug t r J j I Slate Valley John L Vice is very loV and not expected to live many days Your writer will stnrt Friday for visit of several days to tho Hethol nil Bald Eagle neigh borhoodsCThe 1105 torn crop will bo a very fair crop with plenty of tho 1901 p in the hands of the farmers Sum JShultz John K Jones and Addie Jones went fish CaiingMrs Melissa Suet elur visited A IieSliroutk IIbyHexthe arforweraSncdrgar Saturday ni0ItisEi hiderled nit much to tliu disappoint mont of his many friends lare Bald EagleML G Gulley some eat ut 95c pur bushel uldVStcpstonc spent Sunday herelSeveral from this place attended Pu rks Hill Corn nicotii rig u uday r croppiofRev H C Snnpp of Burterviljb fill ed his rfgular appointment IiermSunday Dennie flume has accepted a sition with Leo Jones in tho stofo Odessa rithtpersonseek A lurge crowd was prep t Our turnpike is in n bad condi lion tram here to Sharpsburg Some of the culverts have broken through and make it dangerous to travel after night Grange CitybNewton Johnson is improving Win and Ulaine Dattgherty of Salt Lick visited Jas Ruwlingsth visitingfrionds Lewis Outright and sister Miss afy were in Fleoiingaburg Mon IMissesa andsithtl Miss Em Kissick Lee Ttekaon1 of Winchester ro turned home utter an extended sittO S L Havens and family Mrs Melvina Jolmsonof Moores Ferry came Vednosdny to vUit her sou Nuwion Johnson and family Mrs M C PriM and Mrs Burgess K i as clc visited friends and reo liitives ut Poplar Plains last week boughtifhouse and lot adjoining their home for 150 Mrrf K Anderson son Ewing and sister Miss Emma Phillips of Wyoming were guests of their sis terMrs W O Phillips Saturioy A D Rawlings and granddaugh r Miss Corinne Colliver return d home Wednesday after a two eekS vinit to friends and relatives t Frankfort GrooKs Mrs J1 Hall wits in Olympia Thursday V Jess Parks and Will Nixon are b IothvisitingrolotlvRs Willson ifc llendrix shipped car l toadPeed fc Latbram shipped two carloads of cattle to Cincinnati Miss Puttie Dye of Louisville ie visitlngncrsister Mrs SatnCrooks Dick Wocdon and wife of Mt are visiting relatives here Mrs Claude Clayton and children of Moreheod visited Mrs J 01111111 Miss Lena Turley of Salt Lick visited her cousins May and June Nixon Saturday and Sunday Sam Ratliff and wife Cube Rat liff and wlfo JIll of Salt Lick visit ed WillSatterDeld and wile Sunday Mrs BufordCasBityqf TondLick and Miss Minnie Bergram1 visited their sister Mrs S H Johnson Monday Mrs Tom Satterfield returned home to Midland City Monday af er a two weeks visit to her par ntsfIS Nixon and wife upper Oak J C Swetnaro sold to Sum Lath ram fifteen 700 lb steers at 3 cents Pearl Stone who is staying with her aunt Mrs G D Gudgell has eoti quite sick the past week but better now Tho protracted meeting conduct ed by Elders Tineley and Miller closed last week with ten additions by baptism and eight by revival Richard Goodpaster sold to Oil S flvcplgefutliiinneviile where he sold them for 20tElder James Miller handed in is resignation as pastor of t he- hurch here It was accepted We are very sorry to lose him hut tlen as Christian people wo rejoice in the thought that our loss is an others gain lIe is a goodman an eloquent speaker find tins dino much good for our church but he felt ho was needed elsewhere arid that it would bo best for him to go so we let him go wishing him an abundance of suceeaa in his new field We have sent a call to Elder Gordon who sometime ago very ble filled Elder Millers placebo eI fld 1 suppose that he will be here next fourth Sunday TL IZ a Upper Prickly Ash Mrs Ambrose Wells improving some i R LStono was at Salt Lick nhe day last week on business iell Hatton and wife visited tel htlves oh Flit Creek Sunduy Riley Chandler sold two yearling fillies lu Fletcher Crouch for 160 Lindsay Stone of near Carlisle flo Thursday to visit his brother L Stone Mrs Minnie Stewart and Miss rtio Kerr spent Sunday with ends on Flat CreektMrs Wm Zimmerman and three children of Osiwatumic Kansas e visiting relatives hero Charles Stono rocently of Texas poorly with fever at the homo of s parents Johnson Stone and le Richard Donaldson and wife of pShroutrs Mary Shrnut Lutchcr Curtmill und family of htr Bethel und James Cartmill l fiuullv of Bald Eagle visited is Sallie Cartmill the ilrstnf last week and attended the burinlof th ReeirWestEndthMrs Ida Kush is no better wi1iosigainsSaltLick8 to1bj E Piorsulls watermelons werent hurtU note Billie Joseph Johnson nnd wife of Mt St to llnMarion Karrick of Stepstone Visited Ww Daniel and wife last week wDe8pitoevassto icbiteWmJNprth is in lIou fee county B pIllieludyIt J M Atchison was here to see Iill niece Mips Aie Miller who fell ill while visiting Mrs li K Piersall Mr Achiwou foind her ble til ucouuipany him honie Little Miss Rebecca BrownIng of Winchester and brother conic to visit their grandparents Mr and and rllG W DarrelL Thesifailing to get the little folks etttr to meet them caused them to walk live miles The children laughed and declared they enjoyed their walk One night last week InDia parties invaded Wm Daniels watermelon patch and after cutting uiideatin all of any size they stabbvd all the i nail ones It wasn lovnicunntid cowardly deed We lire the happy pospesRor of two old army muskets Wphave arranged them in our pale as trap gunputul besides vc linvo a brejuli loadiir ul the house loaded with sxyan shot so if they spring a trap gun we commence shelling the patch Obi weArelIit I Olympiav tJohn Penix is very 81ek4 Paris McCarty moved here from Caney last wtek1 Ji4 1 Brother Crouch us an interesting sermon SundayA rGeorge Stvarts and two dangh tore were in Owingsville Saturday Anna Turner of Salt Lick wag he guest of her mother Saturday and Sunday Mlss Eflle Swarte and Arch Hov Urmale attended the picnic at Step rt me Saturday M ri Phelps and two little daugh tiers of Caney were the guests of Mrs Uarry Irwin this week MiasVetla Cannon returned home Sunday after a twoweeks visit with friends near Mt Sterling Clell Coyle andwife of Roes Runvisited the latter 8 tnotherMr J P Copher Saturday and Sun dny Miss Rena Jackson who lute been at school at Louisville is the guest ofher futher Thos Jackson this Week Thomas Thompson and wife of Chilesburg Vcr gllc Its of his brother Green Thbtupfon Monday night Our protracted meeting that w to begin Tuesday failed as t preachers did not come and have not yet anddaughtoguests of her daughter Mrs Mollle Case SundaysMiss Young who has bopn at her brother Roberteat Farmers IOfHarrY1Catbin I1led Mrs Backer wife dofat Pplksvtlle Sunday She leaves a husband and several children to mourn their loss We bave lost our darling motherrSue has bid us all adieu ienVI1AntOh tlmtdoarone how ve toyed herl upButAnd removed her from dor flock tWeepgrant that wo may rest as calm ly Whon our uprk llko b eJsdonec Till then we yield with cladtiess Our mother tq Him And we rejoice IlithesYOQt nasar acca JHe ftircth His love one sleep f Tf iJ t iC Knob Lick Nice showers ffcll the past week logic are out fsiglim610 tin vc been ofiVred fur some Considerable cattle passed her for the Owingsville market Sherman Clark will 50 Saturday U Columbus Ohioto attend school Bud Colliver of Grunge City JlllrlentThe farmers in this community will have n little vacation IIP there is no tobacco Win A Young made n littlo talk to the people at Ili hleys store Saturday night John Snedegar was arrested on an old gambling charge lie paid out costing him 20 Whim the voice of the oilier seeker is being heard in the und asking for tho peoples suffrage the oples voice should be heard ask g what legislation they stand for The Prohibition people are asking and demanding legislation to free the people from the rum trufilcThc Populist puny neks legislation that makes it possible to have some voice in legislation in other words the ferendum by which people may vote on all law affecting them hich if enacted into law will I e moans of securing any law tho people may drninndnnd it has been ptophoIsIt is now up to the man who would like to have the support of the moral and iaivabiding tple conic out in plain English an ve the people the right to expect something from him in regard to what he will do Sad wat the people can rely on him doing in the peoo1pieople are going to exact more frumi their Representatives titan tile assertion III nm a true blue mcreI crnt orlIa true Republican They ish to know if ho isn true man in ery sense of the wordn man who idu honor und the welfare of the poor workingman more somd tban the corporations dollar or tliei olitical dogma Stoops Tnbupco housing will begin this week v Mrs Hayes Jewell is improving very slowly Sirs Thomas Warner bus been seriously lit rRSurah Bridges has been ck but is recovering O S Bigstnff line returned from a trip through Pennsylvania Clell Foley lost a cow supposed ly from paris green pojsonlng Claude Coonsof Bourbon county vieitcrt relatives hero lust week Mrs J J Mark nt Ovvingsvillr tins beenvisitint Mrs 0 B Sprat J H Gillugpie bought of Tom Triplet u fine 7 yeurold j ick Ia 700 N Mrs R A tiison and children have returned to their home in Lee county Harrison Ciiim and family of Poplar Plains visited relatives here lust week It is evidently expected that the pence conference Jupm will want the biggest piece Win KrHpJct fatally Bert Snot dvjra and wife visited relutives Fleming county lust week f J H Gillnspie TBIhmlltnn Wound M W Bridges attended thefairnt Winchester last week The Stoops correspondence is five years old this week Probably weve been ut it long enough qUIt The colored people had n picnic SturdiyAl1rgeorder prevailed Richard Wells living on Mrs Bridges form ia said tohllTO the finest held of tohaecoonMontgon ery county if not in the State 1luyGoodanfSson and wife John C Trimble and the writer attended the Holiness jeffcrsonvUIeSnnd people from Bath Rowan Menifee Bourbon Clark Powell and Mont gomery counties was present JOHN T KIMBROUGH SON Xzplala Why Poracamph la a Sale Cureeispreparedgrandmojand being an external reine cannot in W iiiiwe tiMuesbnmgyouristoinachorbliatterand manystrongrelief of Rheumatism Neuralgia Catarrh Eczema and Tiles I tdtnd penetrates directly tothe seat of the ointsorI reIinducing6Wealinge sweats out the disease This is theonly safe and cure way Parac1JI1ph Cnfa Piles because of our Customers report to us daily that have beetCured by its use and furthermore because we know that Famaeamplxwill do exactly itParacamphisataedyWeb every family needs ever Aloyaracamphmoney if it fails to do trtiatwe CompauLouisville AH The News i Per Year I I a srir4ictJ p2 i e = 1T1i7iTJ1J rrr CALIFORNIA t Do you want to live where the climatejs mild the year round where labor is never oppressed by stress of1 weather and where animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold Do you want to live in a region where thb 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 will assure you a competence tj Do you want to live where with a minimum of Tafcocixypu can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fr leits o olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and galn er pJ 1 7 business IS good and capital easily finds profif t 1 F Then oto California where both health 9ri9tW if Iyour T 1Jj l cfe 1 The Chicago Union PaifNand NorthWestern Linet is the most direct route to the Pacific CoEltand there are two fast through trains daily via this line over the famous double track between Chicago and the1 Missouri River Speclallw roundtrip ratesreiiffectviathisIi e throughout the summer to various Pacific Coast points and r colonist low rate oneway tickets will be oil sale during Sep iftember and October which give an unusual chance for settlers itomake the trip at a minimum of expense 5tand personally conducted excursions are Operated thrqugb io San Francisco Angeles and Portland without nge on a double tberth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from CHica o costs only 700 via the Chicago KorthWestern Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Railways J FILL IN THIS COUPON TODAYr NW4t To the Wittzo ns of wings il1 WhcrcaH it line cotno to the knowledge of the jitizens of Bath Who huve petitioned our Jaunty Court to stibmit time ques tion of Ldciil Option to a vote that another petition has bee made nd granted tlthee1fiCt that the to 1rif Owing itlo AviH buvo a separate vote at the LOCH Option election to be held on Silit 2d 1905 nod whereas ftelection carries against the whisky trnlTlc as a county measure ortil fails to carry in the town our pedpfe men women and children not only in the townI but in time surrounding country Iiwill continue to pulFer from the due to the ealo of tntnxichtingI liqtiors and if it is barrooms in Owingsville the folloxv 1tog conditions will continue tu ex iit The barroom keepers can bp IfreliedGod and man anti if allowed to Dell intjcicarits at all will self to boy 5 from 12 to 21 yearn aewellas to older persons They will sell to inebriates and will contfnue to sell on Sunday IIl1io saloons will continue deyel oping the boys of the town ant country into drunkards and gent blers in order to facilitate their iniquitous business Our daughters will have drunkards for their husbands There will bOlo relief from the disorder and confusion occnoiono by trunkenpersolls who attend ser vice at our country churches We shall be hindered in educat ing our children in Owingsville in consequence of the evil influences of burrooms The continuation of open saloons in Owinfsville will menace the pleasant businessand social rein tions that exist between the town and countryTe neighbors patrons and friends do moieni nestly enireaMue citizens of Ow ingavlllo both white ind colors voters to stand for God and hu mnhity and vote against the sale of intoxicating liquors And women of Owingsville w e appeal to you for the sake of tloso that you ond we hold most dour 2thnt there be no effort spared on your part to influence every vote in your power against the sale of in toxicating liquors So if this awful curse be removed from our town and county we cun unite in praising God from whom all brcspings flow- PRICKLY ASHIThos Horseman Rilby Chandler Felix Sorrell Lonnio Horseman J S Horseman J B Chan dler Russell Maze BertGoleyJohn D Manley Ira Robison M P Duyis Leonard Cassity M B Zimmerman Jeff Goodpnster RoeNorris Frank McNabb D G Crouch F FTockett J B Crouch John Conner A T EvermanBillSteeleJobnChandler Daniel Harper Walter Hamilton Coburn Hamilton J G Horseman John rites FletcherCroucbWalKer Horseman G W Honaker J W y Horseman John Hunt Bill UuntJ W Sorrel S T Henderson John Robieon Jeff Foudre Jeff Norris John S Bailey A D Wells Ben F Shrout Dora CroucbCurrdnStcele F M Bristow Richard Cole Chus Horseman Reuben W Mnnley Alburn G Shrout R L Stone luvld Bailey Mursiv 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Atchisontvi Charles R barber S A BarberGciny Six Annie E Six C 1rkmbo W 1 BrlldtejElijabiiPcrr C W Tip tun Tiiriypr Secret tFran S cis McQuithy Vm LiMhfiink j g flflTUbS 1L JONES LIvery Feed Sale Stable1 OWINGSVILLE KV f1easiqutarfrers iiic biirso nrndr mH + UeiileM T Jno ctjonectiom with jreltm 1HutIQne AuoiIoNEER itouwant the services of art auc4 tIlter cull ol inc Terms reason able M EtJIGE U 1UtGELL Odiessav Ky w hvatchoL e == = TT ===== fiRS CORA CONNER Will Open her school again the 2d riorulayln Septet Only a limited numTnTrtsken For pariictilars apply to h1fsCner jt TfcUJ PACIFICCOAST l you want to live where thei cliuttte is mild the year round here Vhe resources are more varied than in any otlirequltl area in the world where with u minium of Ja bor you can grow proftuLfo crop l whe e businefH is good and cnpital Unds profitable investment Botjii beuItV and opportunity await you- rvthcPeeit4iConsrn Special low rates via the Cbicaf go JJnioh Pueific Ji North Vestera t8mp8to1irI 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