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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 D tj1 J r po j 4 fr 4 J rr Ii lJ if r I i 4d t ff J1 a 1 1 4 T 2 w J if r liiJ r 2LJ oi J 1ILOLit4 ll q d L VOL XXV OWINGSVILLE KENTUOKYTHURSDAY AUGUST 24 1905 j ltj 7 Drink Wainpcotrs Pop 30- Thosi J Peters lu pntentcU II r L 1 t1ILsIoqooo pIantiitnpoiit Lilen plplar g Sl16I t OL S HHUlT t GooTyY unK iajilio nuthoructl ftgetlt4firtiI OUTLOOK to collect IIwagonDr G W Conner makes teeth from the cheuueBt to th best 10I FOR SALE Good secondhand farm wagon Apply nt this oflico The Forge Hill G A K reunion will be held Aug 31 Sept 1 antI 2 Newt Rankin of Carlisle bought a few Bulo colts Saturday at 30 toO f Coneiderlng the proximity of the primary it is a mighty dry limo for the floater I H L Lie is agent for Vied r i man bottled beer and Budweiser bottled and kegtThe Holiness campeeeting Hedricks schoolhouse will com tuonceAug2IJ All who have property to fell ntc public auction tlll on M D Furis lie will go8nt61aCtiIfl- c cr1eGA H reunion litpk Thursday Friday and SaturII jJHy was Attended by good crowds a Jeeo Hampton bought 87 ewes of Prcwitt it Tibitt of Pine Grove ut 550 vcr head had 76 lambs ItId 6I Elder Robert Campbell will jpruach at Kendiill4 Spring school al Inueo It 3 ocluck p m not Sun iday i i DrG W Jjnnor tho tlential uses O1 ontundcr tort all approved nnoisthetics for Uio painless c traction of teeth i Alban Shrout of ypper Prickly s 7ih brought in aiMamtnaithRtag iat i nunflowereeed disc that aneusurdI1t k inches in dlnmeter o Sdm 0 Doggbtt bought Go W Ierrs60ncrb funD on SIanrphurgp flke lust week for d es3ion March I J900 4tv Roc NtrrilJ js building a rcsi jrnef and a blacksmith shop and c V If Wiodson Norris n rceidcnco in the c l1tern subuzb on tbo Wyntaaizg j I pik t ThocrnoeruiIopainary or Sf ha ting uDeraocratiocantlidati for I f ReprcKcntalivo from the Bath Rowan District wills be leld ncxr aSaturdaiy ii frtUittln jiostmaerat Rtepstunc won acquitted Mtndnyt y tit Ml SkterHng of tho i rcKtilufiiiQi1 in hit conduct of tho Btepetone postoicp lltp Crown There was n crowd 1stirnited at 000 peoplo ut the y basket dinner In tho chaoolhauea t jflrd SUIIlIQ1V1 s t a r Church1I1S crowded at tho Be rviceJI to c iuorningundKftcrnoon j crouccQuuT1G Thero has jieen borne tobacco cut thu ptweek and more ylll be out this ketkW Thoro is tomo complaint of v the leaves dropping ulf b ltig rot t ted by rain vbere suukvrs burl hoea broken off oriCAKDfr We ituke this method thanking those who were eo kind andtteatLceduringtbeIhlnessand 4 deatbQfCurde r little d ugllltrI and wster Kinna Dee know th H Ho who rewards all good deed wW rward them w DAVIS SOBBEtL ANtfFAMltT TK4eUHS IBTnpTEv The Bath CouBty Teaohors Institute ionvon ed at the Courtfatniie MondW the attendance vpx bolo lTM AI iargerjiruiijiherofUaeheMrtnme in Tuesday There are u few of the veterasi ana several new faces f trofwnU coniuotlng the ex Crcises HOB T TtiAaEBAUiJome8 Don i aldBon reedy d R letter last week t stating that lips daughter Nova- Ib iifeof EUiO rBatsbfurd Jr or Peebke1 Ohi while ttun og a baseball game w s Btruckkiy a ball lblb destroycV the Jt ht of one soan fraetUrmTTer ohopk bono JG9HugheaA1kinsont Hampshire thin rind hogs Rold cightglltB to Harry 0 Stroop of tf FroBklin Qblp at 1250eacb sold one to J S McCoy of lllitinrp nnd to Frank Putnam of Illinois J O b ltbree s 1LLii Owiogs i graded beg n llie Jiret sei ipD at the Semjnnry the Jlrst Monday nScptemlerC F zY Martin of CarHslo will be princi paiL and II M jJroroloy of near 1 a LkwreneehnrgBHd AJJss Hattle Se t l 8tOr ir arhiIats ietanta r r Jeitr iKtSTisGrKemember that t to j jicjobk Is prepared to print iaii I lItJ10 e ead blllhojiils t 1 envelopes eardabis r is hIlv1atiOuB andall sorts 1 c4or busffnefls Btationery on tub pest BLock in taBtefJil style at the most gJitIrafKIAab o prices Compare our i wdrkr that turned out by any jjboflIce and you will find it to ri youra1antagetobaveusdoYou- 4uc r workSi AVe alto print posters dodger I pJII tsand everything usually tjrRlutbtle job ollice 1 on fur sale in any quantity blank deeds mortgages 1J othe1 j 1 J 1 fx j iItJ rj yrjtJ fd c fyti 2ioat tJlf o j E r 6z lp f Q iie tt y 11 dt7J t TI K7Rt PERSONAL OHio Coons la in Cinujnnuti O F llartt of Farmard wns in town Sunday OooigetowuIII Ilpubon Gotlgell after a novere ill nts6 is ate to go about again MiM Unv KincaJil returned Stiurday rroniK vuit at Winchester Kcrt Diinicl and son Clrci return Siiiiday from a trip ttt Loiiin Miss nonn Tipton of Mt Sterling veiled liurolnst wool Coleman Willis anti Kldd Alleuof Winchester wore hero Saturday und Sunday Cliironco McAlister nnd wife of Lexington came Saturday to visit relatives Miss Mnttie Spencer of Salt Lick is the guest of Misses Mary und An ale Shvehaii- Mrs Dan W Peed end children of Paris are visiting Mr and Mrs Geo A Peed Miss Julia Elliott went to Grayeon Sundtv She will give a recital lacr Friday night Mrs Ida Elliott and sons William Iud Jack went to Mt Sterling Tues day to visit relatives Mleo Jane nit8hllJof Winchester aine Saturday to visit Iwr sister Mrs Jesse llumpton- Mra Goorgo XTnury of Jopliu Mo- aLno lust week to visit hor slstorIn luwMrsIIC Gudgoll flenry Sclllb has returned rrolll visit to Cincinnati to SOQ Juts wife who is ill In a hospital there Mrs Sallfe lllchards and son Wil 1am E of Georgetown eamo Men ay to make their home hqre John McKititvan returned from Amyxs Siirlngs to ittond tho funer of John B Young lust wcok- Morris Brown of Louivlllo was gndwUeMrs Lillian Hosvell and little daughter of Clark county ro visit fug her sister Sir Jeselo Hampton Sldnoy Harmon and wlfo of Stun- ct Flemlntrcpunty visited W W Cuso unit vifo Saturday and Sunday Miss Annie Leo Wood of Bards own came Thursday night to visit her grandfather Copt W P Conner ThoR J Clancy wife and baby of- oulsviilo after a visit to J BGood nSto and wife returned homoTues aySMiss Mao Shirley and Mjas liar txpeit4uVetluebdny citt Ward and I uiino McAlister o Lexington cumu last wool to vial gramlmothcr Mrs Iou Frat man I pniltdthrtho Salt LlckQ A R reunion last woyk G IL Johnson of Sndiovllle Dud Miss June Dctjl1tlf Georgetown 7 ro with Miss 13va McJLinlvun last ycek Jamts Jackson wlfo nuitiIofispencer wero guests of C W Honnkcr und wife from Friday till Sunday lohR K Sboehan wont to Carlisle morning and brought his ister Miss Aunts homo Monday af tuuou Mrs James M uand little daughter Jnlia Gardnor returned InrtIM ka Nancy Bfcrkley rot nrned home Mt rUn rhni1c1ultor acting stenographor for JlcvHAWalton for somo tlmo R H LIne conAdtlis and daugh utueleII9racoug SaZturcIuy Mrs Dora Coot who has been vis lUng her sister Mrs Jas A Barnes went to Loulavillo Tuesday after noon to visit friends Mrs Ennis Kenney and Miss KutleBenney after a visit to Eu gene Minlhan and wife have returned to their homo In Covington Henry THopkins and wife Misses Carolyn Richardson and Corn Sovier and Fred Richardson went to Bourbon county Friday to spend several daysClaudo M Rlnlvnn of Woodford l1utYiVurls Vanlandlngham and Judgo John D of Mt Sterling attended tho funeral of John Bpfoung Friday Misses Mary Boyd 2IarshailofMt Sterling Gertrude Garroft of Alex andria Va Messrs Chins Dorrick FostllrBogerawith frionds Sunday- Henry Watson S C DoGarrao Nicholas Hmldon Dr J A Shirley and Judge Howard French of Mt Sterling attended u meeting here Friday of the directors of the Rust ern Kentucky Telephone Co Mrs Wm Atchison and daughter guestslastdaughters Emily and Nettle Reid of Mt Sterling Mrs Dollie O wings this wool Mrtr Andrew MInihan anti children of LoxInltto Mrs Ailih MayAtchisonomlujr and Mrs John A Daughorty Clyde Byron Is on the sick Hstj Elder Win Williams of Sweet water IIlis in on u visit to rola lives s SbttrjuburgN Crooks StenhitigisA Daughorty f r James Gillon and wife wont to goodsforS Samuel Cnssityof Junes Branetht returned last week from a visit to bis eons in Indiana Mrs 2 M Perry and Mrs J U rather returtiod lost cc Pu Uilou eotinsr r6Clau4o Laston of M t Ster ntbetJW i Xs 0 6 Prof II 31 irtrnIeyof Anderson county arrived Monday to ute toad tlio Teachers Institute Missee Lucy Ilonaker und JesfsuN Ateliison Iud Mrs H S Est la ro turned Thuredcy night from u viiny to Mammoth Cuve OP Carter and wife of Bonn were at James CartorV on upper Shite Creek Monday nnd left to visit their daughter at Hilltop Mrs Jennie Zimmerman POIIR Aliueellus and Wesley cud dttujjh her May after II visit to relatives left Wednesday for their home at Osa n tom ie Kansas I have about ton highgrudo bug fiicp Columbus Buggy Co lirucl way anti other makes which I will sell at a great reduction for the next 30 days T S rfniHur Io BUILD Ciiuucii About 400 Kits hebn raised by subscription toe wards building a Chrietpm chursh on Shelby Goodpa farm at the otmith of Sellllraneh where a cmrrTtronce stood Mr GootJpas ten has donated a half acre of lard for the purpose on a beautiful In cation Work will commence when about 1000 Is secured EQUITABLE LIKE ASSLISANCC StflCIKTI And there stunrtsKuntucky first in war Urst iu peace first in the list of States in business for the Equitable year of 1905 Of fifty loading ClltS in United Stntcs and v Canada for July fifteen were Ken tuckions There is nnthing tIe matter with Kentucky or itteEquitbable S M l r TilE PLEASANT YALLCT MKETISO The protracted meeting at Pleas ant Valley Church Scos schoolh home which began 1onday Aug 7 closfftl Monilnv night Aug iHThe attendance was largo and inII torost strong There wore 46 nddi thins to tho church during thetmeeting Duo SctinoLFcxD Accordingly b tho school census Hath coiinty has 4661 children of school ago which is u larger nuunbr titan Montgoui try 3073 Nicholas v3G5 Hour bun 3809 Of UatUy of the hunger und wealthier eountie iruuuuuig has 5352 haiti gets S1525713lli nut of tho school fund at if 3 25 pen capita The mountainous sections lire fur mure prolific of children than thu bluegrass section V TOBACCO MXKTINO ATtfnAursnuno There wait u large crowd of tu bacon growers lit the meeting ateShtirpeburg Saturday afternoon II B Kinaqlvlng of Alt Sterling autht dressed the meeting About20Qa worth of stock out of 7500 apportioned to Biith county was suibcrib Sid in old of the Burley TobWo G IIwurs Co Tji other counties the eubscrlp lions are licing increased but it scorns very doubtful that the sum said to be necessary to perfect the organization will be raised JOHN LKWIS VJCB DEAD Afteri a long illnei JohnLewis Vine of of near Purge Kill died last Thurs tiny lIe weighed over two hun tired pouiidPbufnro he became ill and wasted irvuy until he would nut hove weighed over seventy live pounds lie vtt5 buried mOIdVir giniu Friday OoceaEid was aged about 60 years anti died on the fortysecond unniversary of his en liatmont in tho Federal army dir lag the Civil War Whilo in the army he contracted n disease of Jho oycs which finally destroyed his eyesight Ie secured a pen ama of 72 per month and back PRY amounting to several thousand dollars His pension was recently increased to 100 per month He lived on a farm which he tufted op erated He leaves a wfdow and six children all the latter b ing under sixteen years of ego Ills last wife was u daughter of Win KnoX deceasod llcrunucAN COMMITTEE TO MEET AQAIN Tho Bath County Repub ican Committee met horeThursdllY and adjourned until Soptoiubyr 5 when it will mea t again and determine the question of nominating candidates for tho county offices add Representative Although local political develop moats are awaited it is generally believed that a ticket will he put in the field Gossip has made upn slate its follows James P Colliver of nearSherlurnoforCountyJudgo Jenny T hopkins of Owingsvjlle for Sheriff and Wm C Tipton of Wyoming for Deputy ChasCrnin of Salt Lick for County Clerk witli Rufus ICnightjif SlmrpBhvrg for Deputy John Tihcher of Owings rifle forJol4or Omar Barber of Wyoming for County Attorney Mrs Be tlio Williams of viIIorSchoolSurcrintondent Tjie Democratic primary comes next Saturday If that race ends Bitiefuctorily to the support orsof built candidatesthat is that each candidate has been trout ed fairly ami tho vote honestly counted ae enstit may put a different complexion on adams Everybody understands that Bath county is normally strongly Demo erotic and the opposition can have no reasonable hope of carrying the county in tho face of Democratic harmony hut there arc whisper fyl die liection over tho result of the Denioccfttio primary when the 0 cbUnty Uckot wad nominated laat year Whether title will continue JIuld be clTepUve jejnaina jo be them bQstrated j Ouu1TUtIvOfl Wednesday Aug Hilho Death Angel visited the home of Dttviu Stimuli und wife unii enfolded in its icy clasp one ol tnohUroLittle Nina Dee Worrell WHS horn 1117 18t S umidiodAuglGIBOd burial in Longview CVniotoryBeth el Aug 17where lartc ironcnurse of sorrowing friends nnd rotation hOlloWed her to her lust resting rube She had been alfeoted mum infancy with hctirt disease which caused her death All that loring hands could do was dmip but to no avail God saw fit to cull her home one more was needed Death the bier tho pull are familiar to 411 yet none the less hitter ione tho less keen We know it is hnrd dear parent but think not of her an deed your darling is not dead hilt sleepetb nnd let her whrds comfort you Mamma if I die Ill live again So prepare to meutI her little hands are beckoning you on Hqr spirit lias gone to God who gave itandwhen you pass over the dark river her bright little face will bo tho firptto greek you For of such is the Kingdom orlleIonIThey have the sympathy of a host of friends in their gall bereave uent A FKIEXD JOHN BYoixa lcruOn lad Thursday John IJ Young who VuI left thy his cousin Julie If McKini an to look after his farm while thtI latter was uav ing ntAmjxpSpringR for tho benefit of hid health took cry sick A W lJi 5otn ii- irother inliuv went w1thu cur iuigi to Lining hint to IIIH house IudI started with him hilt xpired r Young on time wny Mr Young in jt earlier years was a very robust man but his health broke down Ullil yfntsi ngi though 1m butt reut hotter the past spring than for long time The funeral was held at A WI ms homo Frldnj uiftunoonhhe interment Icing 0viuifivillo Cemetery The pllllI earera were Geo T Young TomI FsflffttDiclUJurbridge D hruntI Joe Duncan Jniais Y Hisc m riu geno lirjullivr nod Dudley Warner John B Young WHS a son of JHS Young and wife mind a grundfon of Col Thomas J Young His father been dead1 many yea juncI his mother diet about thuic years ago Ho WHS burn Deu 20 856 ami was renred lit the Ilii Greek umilghhni hood He was u enC ri Uii man warmly liked by 1111 ussnitteH uIIIIIleaves many rtla Ii tee mnd friends to mutant hii dc- CUII Mrs AW Uagcnm undWni D Youngif near town Mrs itch ie June u f Tosas and Mrs Dee thorny olnear Sharpsburg tire sis tens and lirathernitieeasei1 GEOUGS LAUUMIIKS IN JAIL On last Friday morning about 7 oclock George Keller aged 17 yours hailing from Lee county was pntcticing pedoatrisnismalong past the homo of Elijah Grovoson J M Uigbtulifjftrw near Sjiringllfld WAS walking from necessity and not from choice und wlien he saw ho could easily im press one of Groves horses into jservico he didjiutrtTa ambled gaily through the country avoiding publicity and traveled roads aa much us possible George was not par ticulurly modest hUt Lo doffjied ostentation under the circumstan ces Mr Groves missed the animal and traced it and rider to Sharps Wing where Constable Bob Hum phruy took up the trail and followed it to near Moorefield George was breakfasting at a farm house whflii Humphrey pinched him George had sold the house for 110 and hail a check for the money He said his intention was to cash the cheek und hike out to Arizona cm the hunt of his father who haul do sotted his nvther in Leo county and eloped with his mint George regretted being caught very much nnd said the next time he would wako it u point to steal a buggy too for horseback riding wits not entirely to his tafltcospocially when ho hurt no saddle and the weather was tautSGeorge WHS brought bcforeSquire ST Howard who bonded him for 9300 until the grand jury investi gates his cato ConotubleHuniphrey brought George lucre Saturday unit left him to hoard and lodge with Jailer Jones TU1tCOOIEItTI0N lEUINO Time coupcratlorinietlng of time congre gaLlons of the Christian church of Bath county held its eessions in tho Christian Church in Owlngs villo Saturday and Sunday On Sunday at 11 a roo it crowded houso was addressed by J J Taylor of ConnersvilU Ind his s Juct being the Fourfold Gospel of Jesus Christ which was cirongeonvinc leg and instructive B F Parker presided at the Lords table After tho congregation Wilt dismissed a basket dinner was served in the schoolhouse yard and the hospit ality dispensed hus not been excell ed oven in the palmiest days of Bath county basket dinners Tho afternoon session convened at 2 oclock and after the reports from tho various churches thd meeting was addressed by T W Harrison whose subject was Golden Princi ples which was followed by B H Ross on Rumor Religion Whlch The last speech win wade by B F Parker whu spoke on The Work of the Pioneers The speeches were strong and pointed out bur weaknesses with strong exhorta lions to u bettor citizenship and service jn tile oroIsKIuidoS J f h tt i t t h f1i J J = g I J Taylor nddresped n good audi ence lit night on The Church that Jesus Built Strricos will be held each night at 730 oclock for the nest two weeks and n cordial invitation is extended to all to bo present at each meeting CoNTKtuivrnn STATE FURCATALCIOUE The cat rlitgue tar tho big Kentucky State 5eJ1tiISIii the hundsomcst und most com plete catalogue ever issued for any Stito Fair in the country Its ty pographical nppeararee IB unexcell ed and its arrangement is of such kind us to secures the easiest und most convenient access unit tu en able tho securing of the informa lion desired with the least possible trouble Nearly 25000 in premiums is offered for lie fair The cluPSifl callous cover beef cattle dairy cat tie horses of nil kinds mules und jack stock swine sheep poultry Iud pigeons vvgutabice and melons field seeds and grain tobacco horticulture plants nnd flowers wom tins work table luxuries farm im plements machinery mines and minerul products The varieties of Lucite dilfuroDt clusBifiuntions na stares exhibits that will be them eelvod u liberal education thelmagnificellt The Will S Heck Worlds FnirPike Co will olTer the nowlty amuse went features connected with the fair They will ncludo a Wild Wet show und u splendid anjmul show among other attractions Reduced rutea of ono fare plu3 25 cents for theroiirid trip have been secured on oIl railroads from ull points in Kentucky There is every prospect utu record breaking attendance there seems good reason to be ove that this yours flr will be pertilllnenceheretofore NEW VRFC3 ni JOVCE Colonel John A Joyce sent the following to his friend Jutnes K Jackson of Olympia THE LITTLE COPPKH BUTTON OodlCnted to the Grand Army of the R public Tiu little pnttpor button That be wuarrf upon his breast rouliilms him to bo honest A pe r iiiiioiir time rtlt- Of iiion who battle liravely Over laiiil and ovor son Fur equal risjlits ind honor And the Flag that made us free rita litter copper button Grand Army men can wear Iii oracepterRiccted 4 For thoso who justly own It Aro soldiers superfine inuyOutTho little copper button That jrlonnis upon his coat An uilIeti of tin Union And overy loyal Vip taringAWith Summers blooJv turrets Auil war of Sixty Ono The little copper hutton BrIngs hick to you and me The glory of this maillot From tho mountAins to thesoa Our catnip fln s la the valloy taiziiatWhtaroVoro heaped among the slain Tho llttlo coppor button throngDejnands That the bravo the true nnd strong Deserved nt lied Manassas Whllo resisting shot und shell As bulwarks of the Union cilmttered in that burning hell The little copper button Hides many an ache and sear peopleOnAnd though the hearts behind it Heat painful proud and slow gloryOfTho little copper button If it could think and talk Of Donaldson and Sbiloh Where ghostly comrades stalk chargesAndTim bloedinp hosts of Freedom To time realms of the dead rho little copper buttcn hats honor fur Its xuido Anti charity for valor Where fobinen side by attic Finght grandly for thair ections- To puuctuuto their cause triumphedFor flue little copper button At Gettysburg might toll GrayRolled TOLVimeut jOverTho little capper button At Appomattox troe Alight mention two great heroes Grant and gallant Leo And how tho war Was ended By warriors bold and truo Who merged ut last their conflict In the Flag of Union Blue The little copper button Displays In bronze relief The suffering of manhood The silonk tears of grief For mother wHo or daughter nwayAlltI1eftTo negloct and to decay The little button nuighfToI rightVollSo brilliant bright unit true Was only kept aflylng By tho boys who wore the blue The little topper button In tho street and homo and hull homageOf glistensIniIhonbred and remembered Aay 1lUIi cpf lofty mind s iJj c L 01rpT lImo little copper button May graco n tattorod blouse To tell of nnmoless sorrows And plightsd broken vows But liii who dares to wear it Should bo brave untl kinr und frfle And Jteep hU honor shInIng Like the stars In yonder blue limo little Copper button Knelt comnulo knows full well Ami when beset by danger Would wade fires ot hell To sorvr a follow soldier In liis Iftetit hour of need And rush to hIs lKlistnuco With fitrthiug lightning speed Tho little copper button Still hall with grand solute The Loyal Legion button Bravo men of high rennto And though time private soldier An officer might scan Hfl know mt flying buiIat lleupected rauk or uiatr rime little copper batton Maintained tim Nations life= A shield against all foreman In ivory fearful strife GloryBhinoBecause baptized lu battlo By the blood of the Boys in Blue The little copper button Will tell to young and old countryIsprogressOver Has over boen accomplished By bullets blade uiiJ blood The llttlo copper button In midnight hour of care Will glorify nacb comrade When nothing else ia there even in dreaming slumber lAnd vmilsliHcl matter shall call them In their bivouac God takes euro of all Time little coppor button Will soon bo tint of sight Anti lost to love and country Bo wrapped In graveyard night Yet memory with nwcic charm Shall never ceaso to inirno rho heroes of title Kntlon Adown the nlfclos of fame The little copper button In other years shall bo An emblem of perfection To time titan who would be free Anti while our grand old Union Remains to tell the tftlo Tha record of tho soldier StlcAntIWith Sheridan and blende gloryUsstriclo Whero Farragut and Porter Grand sailors of tho semi Shall nil clusp haiulu us couirados For tho war thut mtulo us free JOHNAJOYCE KyWlIslllngt KENTUCKY Kentucky O Kentucky I love your Miiogruns trays Your girls of uiutelilcas beauty And your ghirionK gunny days Where flower8ure everblooming And Bourbon juices how Reminding oio of childhood And the sweets of lung ago Kentucky 0 Kentucky Wherever I may stray I hold in grand devotion Your suns of Blue and Gray Anti though the world rebukes mo- On land or stormy sea I find sweet cnnsolntiqnSc In contemplating thee Kentucky O Kentucky No other land or clicjo Can banish thy romeuibcrance And the love lit golden tune That I passed among thy bowers With glorious girls and buys In concentrated plapsuro And illimitable joys Kentucky 0 Kentucky In tho parlor street or Fair You shine among the millions And ate nlwayo getting there Heroic intyour manner To truth and love and and art A commonwealth glory With a royal hand and heart Kentucky 0 Kentucky When I draw my latest breath I only crave the pleasure To go to you in death And if no other heaven Shall ever shine for me Illbe content forever If my dust Is mixed with thee JOKN A JOYCE St Louie Mo Junev1904 W OIIcINTIREDENTIST Over Ontlook Office und Owirffsvllle Banking Companys Building- OWINGSVILLIi KY TAKE ATR1PVO CALIFORNIA AND PORTLAND Low Ratos This Summer If youve been planning u west ern trip und held olffor n favoruhle opportunity this summers the time logo Roundtrip summer tickets on sale certain dates May to Oci tobcr Colorado California Ore gon Washington Time Rock Is land offers u choice of routes anti a chance to See tho most for your money Full information rutfs and literature from John Sebnstin Passenger Traffic Manager Rock Island System Chicago caC O RAILWAY Trains 22 and 23 carry Dining service Meals uiacartt TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEPT 271003 TIME OP TRAINs AxliiEstoNSrATios Eastbound No 26 954 a m No 22 3249 p m No 24 1005 pm Westbound No 21 648 aiIi- No23 143pn1 No 25 344 p rn t == = 4 c r = = i Now Is iEa rr JWftm f iTo save money Out Bnjjgr Harness I havo nibro nrnees and better flafr newlzgycomeEveryone knows flint my Ky gprfttg Saddles nro the best saddle made They rldo easier look better nnd wear longer than nay saddle iftstd lany where Como and ace mo and I will save yoir inoney t- I I ant yours for the best Saddles and ILirntse v X o EUGENE MINIM Owingsville ry RACKET STORE i j itj J t piV ire receiving oiir fit11 gith1 VJat1ithispie for Tba gtiiii JSSS rI 5SS C SllP bFOR EGS ViI HEFLThLH12TJ GO TO WMATCHISONSLWeryand OWINGSVILLB KY When you desire a liveiy team that ig first 1 class ill every respect fj MANBNEW VEHICLES HO1tSES t FRESH AND EAST Atchison feeds your horses at reasonab1e7 t prices Sales made on commission All trains met at Preston at low Tharge f WHJ ATCHSSOSSS LiVERYMAN Owingsville Ky WM5R PETERS j4JBDealermFurniture Also takerft1 t4 Puneral Director and j mbalmcr tj Calls promptly obeyed day or night + j KEINTOCKYS II piG STATEfIR AT LEXINGTON 6September 1823 IN PBEHIOHS 25OOO THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 959Novel A The Famous 1JTU 55 Pieces L For Catalogue or Further InformcLtJon Address GEO A BAIN Ky Get The Outlook prices on Job Work of every kind and see samples and you will see we can dq better work at lower prices than you can get and Weekly rjdSS 6 INPHEMIUMS I Attraction Magnificent Exhibitions BANDof4O Secretary Lexington elsewhereThe HyI Special Arrangemeuit you ca get The Outlook 4 and The WEEKLY COURIER JOLRNAf bath one ytaur for on 1g60 S i 4I tt r r 1 i J A Is rllIIlb 4 f fj iii OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK CUTLOOK PUB CO Publisher OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY l EPISODE IN A TUNNEL Maiden seated In thu tralu Pocket full of money Down beside her sits a manIMaiden thinks It futln Quickly speeds the train along In a tunnel entcrzyMaidens 3 On her pocket centers Quietly her little handsToward the money rinds a hand already there Robbery revealing Fiercely clutches she the handfOn hysterics verging Waiting till the train shall be From the dark emerging tb Into sunlight now at lastdTrain shoots like a Maiden finds she has her hand In the strangers pocket f Modernsocictya J4 OF 4 I NORMANDY WILLtA3 R A WIL8Ol 1tbI CHAPTER VIL CONTINUED v A Iute that she had been playing lay 1 on a neighboring couch Her hands i t clasped above her bead grasped firmly the carvctt woodwork of the chair theIstrewn about the floor Her whole attitude was that of de llclous dreamy restfulness Her eyes 4 ji wandered listlessly over the trim I1awsand the broad terraces by flights rofsteps over tho statues and vases I of which could be caught fiere Akandthere amid the varying greens of the shrulbery Gazing at the jets of 4 water rising out of marble basins the precisely arranged flowers and orange trees lining the walks she was but ii faintly conscious of their beauties for 4S her eel followed her thoughts on past the park to the rlveredg where theq waterlilies grew In wild profusion un der the shadows of the treeenshrouded4 1 bays Here they rested for a moment then on and up to the horizon beyond width lay the great city with its noisy teeming life less than three leagues 4 away from this retired spot where 1q was n7ietude order and repose allI At length that strange hertover her thoughts i and she Involuntarily withdrew her k gaze from the window She turned her head and beheld mademoiselle r standing In the doorway watching her with a fctrange expression of mingled respect and affection respect because reared as she had been In the atmos phere of the court reeking with that moral miasma that pervaded every thing she could especially appreciate 4S thebautl s of a feminine nature fair nnd unpolluted affection because In hf The Onns companion she saw bits of p 7herown self when at her age acer 5 1 proud consciousness of birth a playful humor at times dellciouslyl feminine yet a nature capable of rc spending to the sterner duties pi life I Then too with all her greatness and 1j f wealth mademoiselles life ha3 been existwence hence in the companionship of this warm affectionate young nature th everliving divine maternal dcImeat within her was satisfied by tnt something to love Ah ma mlgnonncshe exclaimed t as Soon as their eyes met dreaming l1e again Happy indeed ought he to be who occupies your thoughts and go lag ncrpsa the room she kissed the girt affectionately on the brow as she crcse from her seat Renee blubed furiously at these jgortis Mademoiselle noticed her con hertfondly imagined she Sy could always keep her young friend a filth her 5 I Why should the object of my thoughts benssculine7iRenee asked With mischievous light in her eye I Why could not these beautiful objects Dowersfmy p e Wily deceiver cried mademoiselle I t i her anxiety and fears melting away 0 beneath her companions words young JElrls do not lie dreaming at sight of woodland and river only one object 7 ot thought could bring the light I anrtty words she removed her headgear which Rene took and put away JICome tell me ma cherie what was aftte f 1 pit news from town that will Interest 1 OuIet me see we have gOne thus It tar It was a man Nowwhocouldit r7bfar you have met but fewCouldt Ke Comic da Mlrori that young fftaetce1 c s eMB had seated Bereelt upejta foot titr1f i ntecl and lnedberb ad Spoa hel S otectretB lap Jrhow lagers passed tbadrepiBted WIth 1 under touch the masses of her hair At tteH TTOTda a rook cf disgust came ovr her features as she raised her heai 1to Ill BW1rIf de MIronr she ex j FIlinied 1 detest that man with his JJlo smooth manners and eternal scowL I de not bIleve that any one who Is al Becbase and rude and cowardly No no M caere Louise niy mind would have tqcbaDgeJladlyercIwoald sully It rthlnllln of himrtf Mademoiselle looked displeased at hercomPal1lonrIt ef hers because of his dashing In jpuclant manner and ready tongue and ChrisiSf5 ereon sfce allowed to UEC lther facer llxhVed tip igalia- sY t mraNJrlgbtiLlttle WiseHead 1 ertIJUed caressing her He Is no Si lil subject for your thoughts although nc Bnot gesofaritsjou and say that r Ite is pad rude and cowardtyw e c CQ VThat h es base replied Rsaee- i nI saJ learned from your own lips when i laid me of his duel with the Coinf- eAiN6ls9I Jt whose swqjd broke and Ii i IIMdlsaraed and defenseless was ComteI1 n rude and oow o t I artily I myself learned when In they r J yesterday ti t1IUW now ma petite cried ad- spteleelle 10 r lttlarmI was with you t IJlirly all tV time myself whii we L 1era la tijfM yesterday Caanot I it seat yon fiori Lt4embourg to 1tdimei e PleBes la ai owe caair xHhtrat jMlj Uj1witb Isbap7 ij thc frekted her afiftmrure l I day fre In full detufi for Fr l ict1bowvartbe 1ncden ol tlic f y j t t V i J 4 tr Ja1 p f 11 f rr4 u tr J t1 klESfd hand and lost handkerchief When she had finished sho looked at her friend triumphantly anti awaited her answer Mademoiselle was plied thoughtful for a moment then re That he was a gay and delightful tort of sinner I well knew but that he could be ungallant or deal a cow artily blow I did not believe However I do not know but on the whole am glad it happened have reproached myself much of late for my selfishness in having him about when ou were near He is wildly in love with you and I feared lest Lest I should learn to love him because ho was a man anti witty and clcverand thft roots was filled with rippling laughter as the irl gave way to the merriment her- riends speech had caused No she went on suddenly be coming serious the man I shall love such there be must be brave no descendant of Eleanor wife of Henry Plantagcnet could ever love a coward hat he be of gentle birth care not- lthough he must be I truth gentle nnd gallant He must also fear God and hate the devil although I would have him no monk He must love me eartbI5a ji less earnestness that shames to bide- tsi love from any one nnd which will seek every honorable means to gain its end And last and best of all he must be true true to what he deems right true to his God his king his riendsand to me She sighed as she stopped a moment And I gaInloverlute and sang to a plaintive melody Until he comes Cease heart thy trou beatingIstrength for mine own heros praise Ceasr lips of mine loss worthy names repeating Peace troubled soul throuch all the coming days Until he comes until he comes While she sang mademoiselle looked at her with a misty rye for this sight Into A nature which In depth and ten dcrnMa was eo foreign to her own rousrU a strange longing and faIntness within herself She shook off this feeling as Renees voice dwelt linger- Ingly on the last words of her song anti laughingly said Mon DIeu Such dreams are beauti ful fut if those arc your standards I have no fear of losing you for believe me ma cherie there Is no such man In France But where got you your swent song Renee again blushed I wrote It this morning after you left for Paris I was lonely It Is nothing- Tell me more of this strange knight resumed mademoiselle who so opportunely arrived to rescue beauty In distress Was he tall dark light or fat or what special mark dis tinguished the features of your cham pion How he looked I cannot describe to you was the reply save that he was manly of soldierly bearing of high spirit and his manner towards me was full of all gentleness ilademolsellc eyed her narrowly aa Renee spoke The earnestness or some other quality pf the tones Of her voice convinced her I have It ma petite I have dls covered your secret It was of him you dreamed when I entered she cried clapping her hands end laughing heartily j Itcnees blushes only added to her merriment True It was of him thought she replied with some spirit but my thoughts were rather those of anxiety than those you imagine I feared lest in the duel tha wIll j be fought one more victim should be added to the list of the Comte de M Irons treacherIes- While speaking thus the sound of JTHE CRAFTY FACE OF COMTE OK i MIRON an approaching horse was heird gal loping along the avenue from the main road A few moments later it stopped at the front of he house and present messengerIenolieile MAs for you Renee you may remain R nte withdrew toward the window and mademoiselle settled herself to re ceive the man when the door wat opened and Tonti stood before them Bowing low with an easy grace lie saidThe i Sleur de la Salic sends by m his highest respect and salutation together with this note and he handel the mlsclve to mademoiselle then stepped back a pace while she read It Rence was deeply burred behind a large book beside the wlndbr She dared not look up but at the first round of his voice her heart seemed to stand still and the printed words lanced In a blurred mass before her eyes She recognized the sound TonUs gaze wandered about the luxurious furnishings of the apart ment Suddenly he started as his eyes fell in ready recognition upon Renee end his hat fell from his grasp while the muttered exclamation My Rose of J ormandy escaped him Mademoiselle whose attention had been fixed upon her note finished read upIbe most happy to grant his request and that he may corns tomorrow When does be sail for those northern shores and cruel savages the Jesuit fathers write so much about Some two weeks hence from La Rochelle by the ship Saint Honore was the reply made precise and with out polite embellishment by the tated 1 state of Tontls mind And you Capt de Tout I under stand from the Prince de Conti that you accompany the Sieur de la Salle- as lieutenant or partner In his enter prlse1 wish you both success ba cause there Is not to Intrepid an ex plorer to be found as the Sieur d la Salle and becanrc YOU88 a gallijlt sad worthy egljjeiydeserrcJt Kindly f i r4 f ir t c iIi VI carry my message to your friend and accept my thanks In advance for do ing It and thus speaking In her stateliest manner mademoiselle extended her hand and Tonti bending low to kiss It bowed deferentially and was gone Hardly bad the door closed and mndemoJJollo had scarcely time to lay aside her dignity when Hence sprang up nnd tossing tier book high In air came dantlng across the floor and stopping before her astonished companion gave one final pirouette and Hung herself Into her arms crying TIs he TIs he lie Whom asked mademoiselle puar led at her worth The man of yesterday the one you termed the stranger knight but a few moments ago Ah exclaimed mademoiselle smiling Henri de Tonti The wind blows from that quarter does In A flushed face met hers In earnest repudiation of all that her tones Indi catedHow foolish ma chere Louise Can not I but feel grateful fqr his manly assistance without loving himThen with n hard effort to appear indifferent she continued Would It be grateful In me not to feel anxious for him in his coming meeting with the Comte de MIron knowing the Comte as I do Did you not praise him yourself as a gallant soldier Is It right to allow such to fall beneath a treacherous blow True replied mademoiselle mus- Ingly he Is a protege of the Prince do Conti and has rendered marvellous services to the king In his Sicilian campaign all of which Louis has for gotten and now allows him to go to lie in tho wilderness She then re lated thp history of Tontis iron hand and other of his gallant deeds she had heard Renee listened eagerly her eyes sparkling and her breath coming and going In short quick gasps Mademoiselle noticed this and stopped I must tell you no more mon DIeu or I shall but add fuel to the flames this handsome Italian soldier has al ready lighted Come mon bljou do not break your heart over him He iq about to sail as you heard him say with my friend the Sieur de la Salle the great axplorcr to New France to be lost In some savage wild or settln down marry some Indian woman they call them squaws I believe and disappear from our sight However to pleare you and for once do a good act I am at your service to carry out any plan you may suggest to save our sol- dIer knight and to make it the morn completely your own aid that you give him I shall place my most trusted serv ant and all that I possess at your serv ice Now I must see about the quarters for the new English horse that ar rivet tomorrow Adieu ma petite and kissing her in a halfmotherly halfsisterly fashion she left the rOOntReneeleCl alone seated herself be side the open window and burying her head in her arms she strove to think of some plan to save the man who but a few moments before stood In tho same room with her The relaxation from her previous excitement was soothing and the warm afternoon breeze caused a drowsy feeling to creep over her Gradually her mint ceased planning and with her sons gently singing Itself over and over In her ears only with the words At last ho comes unconsciously taking the place of the original phase sho fell asleep A cautious step sounded upon the gravel walk outside A shadow fell upon the sleeping girl who stirred un easily as though she felt even In her unconscious state tho approach ol some evil spirit The crafty face o the Comte de Miron peered Into th a apartment and lighted up with a sin ister smile as he recognized the sleep er and saw that she was alone tvhil with a deft motley of the hand h anddsappearedhad come CHAPTER VHL DEVOTED TO NATURAL HISTORY EXHIBITING THE LIFE OF COURT BUTTEnFMES A GLIMPSE AT THE KINU BUTTERFLY AND HOW A SPIDER SPINS HIS WEB It was already past one oclock when La Salle and Tonti approached the Louvre On the grand staircase they were passed by several personages who hurried n without noticing them Others followed behind more slowly A steady stream of humanity flowed up the bread stairs and on into the Grand Salle gay laughing faces the most of them with here and there the grave loots of a priest Gallants plenty In rich attire solors fresh from the field with bold glances for the women and a haughty I are and a hand toucning the swordhlU for the men about them here and there an of ficer of the kings guards ladles of the court with hair dressed a la hurluburlu cheeks marked by the rougepot an ii the pitch and gowns of rarest beauty and extravagant cost Here too camo Racine the tragic muse of his age Boileau the Horace of France La Fon tame the trifleHt Words and Madamo de Sevigne whose virtue and literary talent were destined to immortalize her name when those of the many beautiful women of this infamous court who far outshone her in witchery wit and wickedness would be preserved only In the mildewed pages of sam longfotgotlen chronicle of the day It was through such a crowd that Ln Salle and Tonti made their way and mlngletj with the throng that filled the Grand Salle His majesty dined alone In his own apartment at one end and it was to behld him and bask In the royal presence and per chance gain the royal eat or the kIng ly smile depending on tie sex of the person when he appeared for a tlmo In pnblkc before he retlre to hIs cabl- ttet to take up affairs o state with hli mlplster that this sty company had assembled La Salle bpwed right and left for his own star vas in the ascendant and he had many friends Tonti too recognized a few of his ae quaintances in the crowd to whom he nodded or spoke a few voids ITo Be Continued A rrtlnjr Hernrlt The girl went to her mother ManIa ma she said Charlie Jones nsked me to marry him What be gan the mother you marry that softheaded ugly looking little snip Ho hasnt a thimbleful of brains in his head He couldnt support you Father seems to think Id be a fool to marry him said the girt Oh he does does be came from her mother well well show that old man a thing or to Accept Charlie to- nIght and set the wedding lot next week Ill let your father know Im running this family Kansas City Times To Evidence of It Esmeralda L wonder if Clara knows what a fast life Jack leads GwendolenShe doesnt believe It of him She says she bus never known a uhgan that was sa stow in ccmlng to the point Chicago Tribune I ji 1 JACOB THE FUGITIVEb OUR BIBLE STORY by thecoHighway and Byway A Vision Between the Lines of Cods Inspired Word ofItPPI5btaScriptureJacob because of the blending wherewith his father blessed Urn and Kxau said In his heart The days of mourning for my fn tlerelder son were told to Rcbckah Rnd sho lent and called Jacob her younger son and raid unto him Uphold thy brother Esau thposingson obey my voice and arise flee thou to Laban my brother to Haran And Isaac sent away Jacob and he went 10 PidanHrnm unto Laban son of Dethitol the Syrian the brother of Rebekah Jacobs and Esaus mother And Jacob went out of Beersheba and went toward Haran And he lighted upon n certain place and tarried there all nlfcht because the sun was set and he took of the stones of that place and put them for his pillows and lay down In that piaco to sleep And he dreamed and behold a ladder set up on the earth and the top of It reached to Heaven and behold the angeR of God ascending and descending on ItGen 174143 1012 Read chap ten 27 and JS entire WouldlrI14yjQ What cried Rcbckah a death 0 r over ft Ispreading her face Pand trembling so vu that she could vls scarcely stand VV did Esau say t that c s replied f the scrvantthose t V were his very words I was coming along the pathway which leads through the grove where Esaus tents are pitched and hearing voices I paused to listen I caught the words And now he has robbed me of the blessing of the firstborn And then a womans voice exclaimed Well aint you going to do anything about IU I pushed aside the heavy foliage and cautiously peered through It was Esau and his wife Judith And then Esau asked Do What can I do now that father has given the blessing to Jacob This made Judith angrier than ever and she fairly hissed You fool Dead men dont get any bless Ings A terrible look came Into Esaus face then and he cried fierce ly I wiy kill him I will I will But I did not wait to hear any more but hurried to tell you Go and find Jacob and send him to me exclaimed the excited mother Esau may even now be searching for him to kill him Oh my sonly son It is I who have brought this trouble upon thee And overcome by her fears and troubled conscience she sank to the ground and burled her face in her hands while the servant rushed off to do her bidding Was this to be the consequence of her plotting and Jacobs deception she asked herself But he was en titled to the blessing she Impatiently exclaimed Did not God promise It when He said that the elder should serve the younger Yes answered back her conscience and God would have given It But it didnt look like It Wasnt Esau about to obtain the blessing Didnt she have to look out for Jacobs InterestsBut spoke tip her conscience again does one ever have to do wrong promrWell It looks that way she petu lantly exclaimed encouraging the feel ing that somehow God was to blame promptlyJand said Could you not trust God Could you not walt on Him But I didnt she moaned half re proachfully and then the realization of the peril which threatened Jacob swept over her again and shecried out In an agony of fear What shall we do What shall we do Why what is the matter mother exclaimed Jacob who at that moment reached the tent door and looked in consternation and surprise at his mother as she sat on the ground rock ing herself to and fro and moaning What has happened And hasten ing to her side he leaned over her and looked into her feardistorted face She pressed her hands over lila in a feverish eagerness and a relieved look came into her face as she cried Then Esau hasnt found you yeU Found me mother What for He seeks to kill thee she whis perort jn strained and awesome voice and struggling to her feet she peered out of the tent In nervous apprehension as though half expecting to see the vengeful brother coming What shall we do mother he ex claimedWhat cAnst thou do but flee But whither To Haran to Laban my brother Tarry with him a few days until thy brothers fury turn away from thee and he forget that which thou hast done to him then I will send and fetch thee from thence why should I be deprived also of you both In one day And the mother looked ap pealingly at her favorite son Jacob hesitated How could ho go What cruel fate was this that was driving him forth a fugitive and a wanderer Of what good was the blessing now Must he leave all to Esau Oh the bitterness of that mo ment The mother noted the struggle She saw the hesitation Her own rememberIngEsaus Go my son prepare to leave at once I will speak to thy father about It And as Jacob hastened away and Re bekah turned toward Isaacs tent she wondered what she would say She dare not tell him of Esaus threat What excuse could she make for Ja subtletyofahd with rare cunning she spoke ol the sorrow which had como to their hearts by the marriage of Esau and pleaded that Jacob might be kopt from Byllke mistake am weary of my life because of the daughters of Heth she exclaimed If Jacob take a wife of the daughters DANCER IN HAIRQOMBS Accident to Young Woman Shows That Celluloid Is Very Combustible Logansport IndA stenographer In a real estate office lad a strange expe rience with a celluloid comb which caught fire while she was combing her hair The young woman was drawing the comb vigorously through her hair when she felt it becoming hot Throw ua it on the dresser it suddenly burst r 1 IJA I I di PcI t4 7 I f L of Heth such as these which are of the daughters of the land what good shall my life do mo What would Jacob marry erica e old man starting up It must note Send him to me My son said tho father when Jab appeared In response to his mothers summons thou shalt not takft a wife of the daughters of Canaio Arise go to Padanaram to tho house Bcthucl thy mothers father and ke thee a wife from thence of the- aughters of Laban thy mothers brother And God Almighty bless thee anti make thee fruitful and mul ply thee that thou rnayest be a mul l tutlo of people The old man paused An his son stood before him the consciousness at in him were to be realized all the blessings promised unto Abraham swept over him and placing both his hands on the young mans head he continued fervently Yea my son God shall give thee the blessing of Abraham to thee and- ot thy seed with thee that thou may est Inherit tho land wherein thou art a stranger which God gave unto Abra hamAs Jacob came out of his fathers tent a slight rustle In tile bushes to- neo side attracted his attention and- oh caught a fleeting glimpse of one of Esaus servants The Incident un nerved him Had the fellow been spy Ing upon him Would he report to his master Would Esau follow him Such were the anxious queries which filled his heart as he made the final preparations for departure And In tho meantime what of Es uT The angry resolve of the morning made under the wicked goading of his wife has given place to a sober sec and thought What would his father nqwNohad died then he could carry out his revenge without restraint But Immeiatevengeance arc your bow and arrows here is your knife Now go Dont be a weakling A postponed vengeance seldom drinks the blood of the enemy Esau pushed the excited vehement woman to one side and the bow and arrows went clattering to the ground but the knife still remained In her hands Flourishing it wildly she cried If you dont do It Ill go and do it myself and the angry woman turned as though she would start off at once to execute her threat but at that moment a man burst Into their midst and breathlessly exclaimed Jacob Is leaving for Haran Isaac has blessed him and sent him to thy mothers people there to ceek a wife Ha did I not tell you that he would escape thee cried the woman taunt- Ingly Had you sought him out this morning as I urged you would not have lost your opportunity Esau chafing under his wifes words moved uneasily and turning to the servant asked When was Jacob going to start At once I think Today What is to hnder thy following him and slaying him in the wilderness Thy father need never know Ho will think some wild beast hath slain him again broke in the woman Esau hesitated The plan appealed to him Judith noted the indecision and quickly picking up the bow and arrows she thrust them into her husbands hands and fiercely cried Go Avenge thy wrongs now or never And without a word Esau slung and arrows over his shoulder thrust his long knife into his belt and started forth and was soon out of sight Well did he know the pathway which Jacob would take Experienced hunter that he was and used to trailing the fleet antelope over the hills and through the valleys how could human prey escape him Yes here were footprints that had passel that way not many hours before Ere nightfall he would come upon him He would note his resting pltce and slay him In the darkness Thus thinking Esau pressed forward on Jacobs trail while the latter urged on by his fears swiftly pursued his journey But father said that the blessing I Abraham shguld be given me and that I should Inherit tho land given to him Jacob said to himself as he tried to reas sure himself and quiet his fears Every rustle In the bushes as lie passed made him start uneasily Every dark object he saw as he cast nervous glances behind him took human shape and seemed to be relentlessly pursuing him But the words which his father had spoken in blessing upon him kept ringing In his ears and tended to calm him Surely he exclaimed at last the God Who has given these promises is able to keep me in the present peril And he paused weary and breathless by the side of a great rock He felt ho could go no farther But what If Esau were close behind Dare he pause In his flight Dare he take one moments rest He started forward and as quick ly stopped as the thought swept over him again that God would help him Ho leaned against the vines creeping over preclpltatelyrock which the vines had completely hidden So startled was he by the sudden ness of it all that he did not hear the hurried footsteps as they passed He did not see Esaus tense cruel face ash sped by Ho did not hear his muttered oath as he exclaimed lIe cannot bo much ahead of me now But Jacob as he lay there dazed and bruised had a strange feeling of calmness come steal- Ing Into his heart Was It the answer- Ing assurance of faith He hardly knew what faith was Was it the awakening consciousness of God and of Gods overruling providences for him perhaps Certain It is that as he sat in the little retreat and rested his thoughts were of the God of his fathers and what had been promised him And as the sun sank to rest and the night settleddown he roused himself from his reveries and stepped forth from his narrow shelter And he took of the stones of that place and put them for his pillows and lay down In that place to sleep And ha dreamed and behold a ladder set up on the earth and the top of it reached to Heaven And behold the angels of God ascending and descending on It And God spoke to him there that night And Jacob rose early in the morning and took the stone that he had put or his pillows and set It up for a pillar and pouroj oil upon the top of it And he called the name of that place Bethel that is the house of God dresserscarfit out of the window the burning end broke off and falling to the floor set fire to a rug but before the fire could do much damage the young woman hall stamped it out with her feet The sup- posItion is that friction caused the comb to ignite An Aid to Peace x Japans readiness to continue the war If peace is impossible however galling to Russia is a big factor in Uif peace posstblltje 1Sk 4I lec1F rSTATE NEWS ITEMS f LONG AND SHORT HAUL CLAUSE It Is Charged That It Is Being Violated By Three Railway Companies Frankfort Ky Aug 17The Kentucky railroad commission filed with the Interstate commerce commission rr charge that section 4 of the net to regulate Interstate commerce the long and short haul clause is being vIa lated by the L N Illinois Central and L II St L Railroad Cos andiy their connecting carriers In that dis crimination of ten per cent In rates Is being made to and from what Is known as Trunk Line anti Central Freight Association territory to antis from Owcnsboro and Henderson this state as compared with other points similarly situated especially with Evansville Ind and contiguous terri lory The further charge Is made thatc the adjustment of rates to and fromcsouthern and southeastern territory totthese points are not fair and Just The connecting lines named In the opinion and petition of the Kentucky commis sion arc Cumberland Gap Dispatch B 0 SW tne C I L the C C C St L and the Pennsylvania TROOPS ARRESTED Members of the First Regiment Got Into a Watermelon Patchy Paducah Ky Aug 18 Without accident or incident the First regiment of tiandwas served at 10 oclock followed by undress guard mount The dally rotStine was continued and at 530 first dress parade took place in which the troops made an excellent showing No sooner had they got In camp than several of the men sneaked off to a watermelon patch and were run out with a shotgun They returned with a turkey and It was reported they killed it on J H UUerbanks farm buttthey contended they bought it 100 soldiers who had left the camp were arrested by a provost marshal and guards anti It required a special train of street cars to take them backIAt general headquarters they leased with a talk from Inspector Gen Noel GaInes FEUDISTS FIGHT One Is Shot To Death and Another Badly Wounded Lexington Ky Aug 19A special dispatch from Plkeville tells of a sec ond meeting of the feud clans of thd Mullins and Flemings In a battle on the pike at the Letcher county line Monroe Seward a member of the Mul lins faction was killed and Henry Mullins dangerously wounded Henry Mullins Seward and two or three oth er men whose names were not given were riding along the road They car- net Winchesters across their saddles but before they were aware or trouble they had fallen into an ambush lal1 It Is claimed by the Flemings faction The shooting was general but as the alms of tho Flemings fighters was un usually bad all escaped save Seward anti Henry Mullins Creed Vanover of the Flemings faction was slightly injuredfLexington To Clean Up Lexington Ky Aug ISDrJ C Carrlck president of the board of health has issued a proclamation call- Ing upon all citizens of this city to clean their premises by cutting weeds removing refuse and garbage and applying disinfectant oil to the surface of all pools of water Settled With the Contractors Frankfort Ky Aug lSThe state capitol commission settled with Balko Zehndcr Louisville contractors for the excavation work done under con tract on the site of the new capitol which work has just been completed The price paid was 355909 LatonIas Jai CovIngton Ky Aug 19 Latonla which Is rapidly becpmlng a thriving city will soon have Its own jail This will cut a big figure with the county jailer as all of tbe prisoners are sent to Oovlngton from there for petty of cams committed serving out their sentences without doing any labor Kentuckian Dies in Florida Newport Ky Aug 19A D Fisher C35 East Third street received word that his cousin Mace Agnew had died In Jacksonville Fla Mr Agnew was one of the bestknown men In Northern Kentucky The body will be ship ped to this city for burial He was a wellknown river man Caleb Powers Case Newport Ky Aug 19Caleb Powers has employed Ihe best of legal tal ent to appear before the supreme court of the United Stales In which he will endeavor to have his case transferred from the stute to the federal court Bad News Causes Death Mayklng Ky Aug 19Arter com pletely rallying from an attack of ty phoid fever Isam Haynes 42 former ly of Colly Creek heard the news that Monroe Haynes his brother had been struck in the head with a stone at Lester and dropped dead Col Washington Critically III Newport Ky Aug 19Col George Washington of this city one of the leading attorneys of the Campbell county bar was stricken with paraly sis while visiting relatives at Owen ton Owen county Ky Dies at the Age of 90 Years Newport Ky Aug 18 Zebulon Butler Coma 90 one of the oldest and bestknown men of this city died at his home in First street near York Old age was the cause of death For more than years Mr Coffin was in the grocery business The Third To Go Paducab Ky Aug 18 Coroner James F Crow aged 55 died here from hemorrhage of the stomach He was formerly city marshal and is the third coroner to die in office in three years Burled on His Birthday London Ky Aug 17The body of Robert Ewel a brakeman killed by a train near Lafollette Tenn was brought homo for burial the anniver sary of his birtn The entire train crew came to attend the burial and were pallbearers To Solve the Servant Problem Frankfort Ky Aug 17House keepers of the capital are confronted with the servant problem and propose to attempt to solve it by bringing In white servants They will be brought from tho Swiss colony In Laurel county t 4 1 j fi ct 4 Sjtii f 4oi IN CAMP YEISER Col Gaines Is Preparing To Try Town ofsendPaducab Ky Aug HThe First re of Louisville oi oflat Camp Yelser for eight days The advance guard CaptJ M Huffaker commissary Capt Ira S Bennett quartermaster Sergt Maj F M Fur i commissary sergeant Carter WIl- son and Private H A Graves arrived Quite a surprise was sprung at general headquarters when Col Noal GaInes learned that Elmer Townsend whotued him for 10000 damages for ling him in the guardhouse was a member of the state guard He belongs to Company I Paducah which has never been mustered out on ac of some property not being ac Ihoughtwill be rearrested and tried by court martial GIRUS IN LOVE Suicided Because They Feared Their Love Was Not Returned Palntsvllle Ky Aug 17The suI We in Big Shoals Ky of a beautiful woman who left a note that she was tired of life because she feared that the young man on whom she had voluntarily bestowed her affec ons did not dire for her recalls the selfdestruction of another pretty girl near there about three months ago he also left a note that she had de cided to shuffle off the mortal coil beecause her affections were not recipro cated Both young women strangers to each other as later investigation has disclosed named the same young man as the Adonis without whom life to them was not worth the living ms ame is John Damron according to he notes they left and he lives In Plkeville KytNEW RAILWAY LINEa t Will Be Built From Midland City To Hlllsboro Mt Sterling Ky Aug 19F S Plchel of Michigan president of the Licking River Lumber Co at Farmers Rowan county will within a short time begin building a line of railroad from Midland City Bath county through Bath and Fleming counties to Hlllsboro on the C F R rallroal The new road will be about 30 miles in length and will be broadgauge It will connect with the Chesapeake ft Ohio at Midland and probably be ex tended into the Morgan county coal fields where the Licking Lumber Co owns large tracts of land The right of way has been secured Michigan capitalists are behind the new project it is said KILLED THE BOY Held Him With One Hand arll Cut Him With a Knife Smlthlantl Ky Aug19Roy Dun can 16yearold son of Rev Duncan f near Dycusburg this county died rom wounds received while fighting with George Bevers aged 22 Bevers cut Duncan in a dozen places holding him with one hand antI slashing with the other Bevers has not been cap lured but a posse are In hot pursuit and expect to get him soon Duncan had an excellent reputation in hU neighborhood and feeling is high against his slayer Find Murder Indictment Covington Ky Aug 17Boona county grand jury returned indict meats for murder and manslaughter against George B Ritchie farmer of near Constance Ky Ritchie is charged with stabbing to death William Smith and John Warner Shot In the Breast Burkesvllle Ky Aug 18Six milea north of here on Renoz creek Davo Bowen shot John Surratt twice In the breast killing him almost Instantly Several persons witnessed the crime Bowen has surrendered to the authori ties and is now in jatl Ho was JeaV ous of Surratt Suing For His Salary Henderson Ky Aug 19Ned Crow tier of Louisville formerly shortstop for the now defunct Henderson team of the Kitty League filed suit In the circuit court against the Henderson Baseball association for 6225 salary due him when the team disbanded MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Aug 18 CATTLE Common 3 00 4 10 Heavy steers V4 85 5 00 CALVES Extra 6 60 HOGS Ch packers 6 25 6 30 Mixed packers 6 10 t 6 20 SHEEP Extra 4 15 4 25 LAMBS Spring 7 50 FLOUR Spring pat 5 75 6 15 WHEAT No 2 red 83 8- 4No3rcd 78 CORN No 2 mixed 55 No 2 white 56 OATS No 2 mixed 26 RYE No 2 57 59 HAY Ch timothy 12 25 PORK Clear mess 15 65 8712BUTTERChChoice creamery tlJ 22 APPLES Choice 2 50 3 50 POTATOES Per bbl 1 25 1 40 TOBACCO New 5 00 1p13 00 Old 450 14 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 5 10 5 20 WHEAT No 2 rod SO 81i No 3 red 85 91 CORN No 2 mixed 54v OATS No 2 mixed 2- 5TtYENo2 4 57 PORKMes14 20 14 25 LARD Steam 7 72 1 New YorK FLOUR Win strts 4 10 4 35 863iCORNNoOATS No 2 mixed 29 30 634PORKMessLARD Steam 7 80 8 15 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 82 82T CORN No 2 mixed 59 4 59 54 CATTLE Steers 4 00 4 50 SHEEP No 1 250 300 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red t 84 CORN No 2 mixed 57 OATS No 2 mixed 36 PORK Mess 12 00 LARD Sleain 6 B- OIndianapollc s WHEAT No 2 red 85 CORN No 2 mixed 5S OATS No 2 mixed 35 t p i 4it AND JOHN COT IllS PLACE His SetterHalf Was to the Pore and I Brought Things Her i Way Three hundred motormen gatemcn etc Were Ifl the line in and near office the Interborougn Railway company trying to get their olJ jobs when a f nd squarejawcJ wife led her husband past them alL o one dared resist her Bays the New York World though many the men had been waiting fer hours My husband wants to go back to work said the woman lie i a platform i man at the til station sIte explained Been on strike asked Mr Norris one jMr ledley awiintantg Not one minute I wouldn t heir of such nonsense stid the woman napping her jawsVReport for duty every asked Mr Norria tiv Yes snappei the lady on reported admitted the man timi ly What cried the vife dis o beyed ordersIea the man answered The ct is the strikers wouldn t let me goMJ he stairs to the station I tried ever7 tkday they dragged roe back 4 l1mph Id like to see em drag me snorted the lady Id like tq see cmijWell Mr Superintendent does John get back his ot he Mr Norris started aa if he had touched the third rail Kr oh ohye madam Oh certainly ci yes mere matter of form Oh yes o right back to work as soon as we cx amine him IAll the waItin men grinned at Johni 1 ho looked amsier than 30 cents worth radium A Finders Graft I want you to put in Lost and 1 tTFound column ai advertisement like this Wallet containing considerable sum of money and papers VinderwiH keep mon ey return papers aiu the man I Dont you think stiggesiM the clerk you had better add Xo questions asked but you may ray Xo questions an s teered 1 m the fintier1 Philadelphia j Press The Reason Why cjSpecialWhole are ks inging the pruiswof Dodds Kidney Pills nd reason why ix given in expeni nces such an of Mr T a wellknown citizen here 1 had such pains in my back that I did not know what to do says Mr Wold and as 1 came across an advertise t m eat of DoJda Kidney Pills I sent for a box That one box relieved roe of all my pains My wife also used them and found them just what ilie needed recommend Dodds Pilias a sure cure for Backache and other Kidney Troubles Backache is one of the earliest symp willsnd prevent it developing into Rheuma tism Dropsy or Bright Dis e aserThe first thing we know crime and all the other mean things in this world will be laid to the poor mosquito Chicago Chronicle A WOMAWS ORDEAL DREADS DOCTORS QUESTIONS Thouaanda Write MnjJlnkhamLynB Maaa and Receive Valuable Advice Absolutely Confidential and Free There can be no more terrible ordeal to a delicate sensitive refined woman than to be obliged to answer certain t questions In regard to her private Ills even when those questions ar by her family physician and many AitsTCWadsen continue to suffer rather than submit to examinations which so many phys clans propose In order to intelligently treat the disease and this is the rca son why so many physicians fail to cure female disease This is also the reasonwhy thousands upon thousands of women are corre LynnHassdetail of their illness and from her great knowledge obtained from years of experience in treating female ills Mrs can advise women more wisely than the local physician Read how Mrs Pinkham T C Willadscn of Manning la She writes Dear Mrs Pinkhm I can trulyssy that yon have saved my life end cannot express my gratitude In words Before I wrote to you telling how I felt lliaddoetoredfonovertwoyearss- teady1nnd spent lotsot money 1pmedicinea Iingipellsmy monthly periods were very Irregular and dually I wrote to you for your ad vice and received n letter full of instructions takeLydiaand I have been to perfect health Had it not been for you Ltronld have been hi my grave today Mountains of proofestablish the fact that no medicine in the world equals Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com pound for restoring womens health 20- ColoradoANB RETURN Via Chicago Union Pacific and 5 NorthWestern Line Daily from Chicago Aup 30 to Sept to Denier Colorado Sprints and Pueblo account Encampment C A R at Den iver Colorado Special leaves Chicago j 700 pm dally only ono night en route Another fast train leaves dally na p m Spelal PsmaaJJy Conducted trains torn ChluH awl Uw East Stptombtr 2 For booklets udliIp iti U f tddteit ijLtCiCkT5 C11Y1Y FOR WOMEV troubled wita IBs peculiar fo thcir sex ased a a douche Is maxvefou tustui 4icrenessPaatlee is lapowder tarot to be diuclnd to hei1tcr sad is tar more cIeanaia gerci44 rindecoeoaicz1tbanliquidaathaptkstorsi1 TOflET AND WOMENS SPECIAL USES For sale at dnigglsts cents a box Trial Box ad Book at fuatructions Pee Tita R xvos COMPANY 80370 Main I ROSS PHAOEBENIC CANCER CURE beretefore inppueu cnIy to phyU ausfe tbpIr fprivate Diactiop snOwputup byosasa ROME v TREATMEV with raiIerecuoa 5505 totour itookiel on Uancer Tb ProyeBeme4IaU 4C pMOj Wiggins UkblatLaasUQb i ti t lt A iL 4 t o itftr tat It C S tA IIi l J f JfLt Ii S itjt 1 t ir7 I I t L w 1L 1fI 1i Ft II PARTICULAIULrMrs George Keppel of England 4Veax a pendant of emeralds the most 4 Jr beautiful In the world The late Francesro Zocchl was 96 at ithetime of his death He was an uncle J Salvlnl and was the oldest actor on the Italian stage Sarah Dcrnhardt Is said to cherish an almost superstitious affection for a f necklace of gold nuggets presented to i r her by California miners t Gus Carson grandson of Kit Carson paaresident of Oklahoma Is credited i rwith knowing more about quail than 1 any ten men in the two territories j Miss Maggie J Waltzof Calumet I Mich Is editing the only Finnish pub a llcatlon fOf women in this country R 5h4rcatIy Interested In benefiting tbIdIUon of the women in the United States It B De a full blooded Brahmin of 4 Pi high degree Is In New Haven Conn to study tobacco raisins at the Connec t I ticut agricultural experiment station and will make use of the knowledge rcacquired fa growing the weed exten sively on his estate at home An American who recently met the British premier In London has this to tsayof him Mr Balfour Is a very swiseman and he plays golf bcaittlul 4I ly but he wears tho wrong kind of col lar Ills teck Is lean and long and he this physical peculiarity 4bywearing a turndown collar with a bowhMrs DIva Lockwood the only wo d man who ever ran tor president of the United States Is a member of the Dis trict of Columbia bar At present shep1 is engaged In the Cherokee Indian rr case amorg the most Important that Jt ever came before the United States I Icourt of claims Mrs Lockwood Is an l ardent admirer of President Roosevelti1s f twhom she regards as the greatest lIv f 4 ing statesman 4 i FIGURES AND FINDINGS The post office is the largest em ployer of labor in Great Britain Paris has the biggest debt of any city in the world it amounts to t80 000000 In London out of 100 widowers who marry again 12 marry their housekeepers Within the past Lour years France t has Recorded 26000 suicides while In aItalt has been only 8000 More than 2000 people earn a living eInParis by fortunetelling and their total yearly earnings are estimated at 4 400000 4Stockholm has the largest death rate from the use of alcohol of any city in the worli The number or deaths 41from this ciuse Is SO In 1000 The richest bed of nitre in the world 4 Iiat Atacaina In Chill It covers 5000 acres contains 25000000 tons ard is valued at 300000000 On every shilling turned out the mint makes a pr lit of nearly three r pence On every ton of penny pieces i A takeu out from the mint there is a I proOt of 232 Over 15000000 vteits are paid every a year to London pawnbrokers The ex 1 act figures are on an average 50300 a day Throughout he whole country the number of pledges is said to annumiSOur French neighbors are said to l expend a sum of no less than C 20000 000 annually in tips In Paris alone 11200 a day or rather more than 4000000 a year is saul to find its way Into the pocketa of Walters cab men porters and the many other per sons who look upon tips as their right 2 and perqulslte I ODD BURIAL CUSTOMS of burying without cot iii tJIfinswas formerly very prevalent on onlyfon the south side of e church Is probably a traditional one dating back to the time of sun worship The South American negroes have a queer way pf decorating the graves of customjusediA curious oljj custom Is associ ated with Interments in the cemetery of tabruck Connemara Ireland A box of pipesshort claysIs brought with the coffin and a pipe with tobac cb Is served put to neb mournrr The pipes are smoked in silence alter the A moundorBtones thet11bscthd IN EVEXYDAY LIFE A man should pay for hit wedding suit before ordering a divOrce suit e o Host people would rather preach qihalfa day than practice half an hour Ira mancocsnl wind up his bad habits his health will soon run down F Trusts that shouM be encouraged are 1those of grocers butchers and bakers SItis better tlbe everything to somebody than something to every body I t Some Men waste a lot of time try i leg to convince others that they are i truthfulcIo s ft WRONG SORT Vf Perhaps Plain Old Meat Potatoes and 4 Bread May Be Against You r j for a Time I foodjcL4i A ImiWeldcB ill says Last Spring I became bedfast with r severe stomach trouble accompanied of by sick headache I got worse and rt until I became so low I could tf5c retain any food at all al 1 thoUgh I kind I had be 1 come cfl fideverydiscouraged had w i given up thought I was daytH y r could retain brought home some tA GrapeHut t iI To say surprise the tyod agreed r With me digested perfectly and with rol1tdletres I began to gain strength t at once my flesh which had been riabby grew firmer my health im c i proved la every way and every day 1 and ln avery few weeks J gamed 20 t fOUHdV iaweIht I liked Grape Nuts M iliatf ri months late BO Ii r always felt M well sat f lag as if I had Mt down i1 L afaerableiiitohavewhen I ate other too rritiai now a well woman doing sallasy own work again and Jeel that Jlylnrthas been a god a send tOB family It surely saved my J life andiDyttwalltUeboYII have thriven oalt wonderfully Name c given by Postum Co Battle Creek Mich Thferes a reason Gatihe little ktitho Bcadt- S llHJet 4 C4 kJ i Sj i c I i TF J II t t f r 11 i Jf j i1Ii i r L if t Wf j rrJ r 1 rt l1 t J 1f7r s J- J iIi NEWS ITEMS FOR THE BUSY READER All Important Happenings That Have Recently Transpired Throughout the World EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD Crimes and Casualties the Movements- of Government Officials and Oer Interesting Events Culled Condensed and Noted An official TUtch from Gen Lino Itch to the emyeror dated August 10 annihilatedthe Lungchen district The leader of the band nnd two Japanese were among the dead Miss Alice Roosevelt will not re turn with Secretary Taft and party She will proceed from Manila to Peking to visit tho family of MlnlsUr W W Rockhill The Chesapeake Ohio road has quarantined against New Orleans and the south TOIler no conditions will tickets be sold any further south than Memphis or Nashville The president has modified his proc Imatlon of the 5th Inst withdrawing fron entry certain lands In the Untah Indian reservation and has restored about 85000 acres Harvard observatory officials reedy ed a telegram from the Lick observa tory In California that a seventh satel lite of Jupiter had been observe At Pratt Kan Mrs Harvey McPher ron Null charged with murder in the first degree In having It is alleged pot soned her husband a well to do farm er and H C Kelley a farmhard charged with aiding and abetting her in the crime have been arrested Dispatches received at the state department from China show that Shang hat Is the only platie where the boy cott against American goods has as sumed anything like a serious aspect It is now stated at the war depart mont that charges were tiled there last April against Maj Taggart who 13 suing his wife for divorce In Ohio but no action has been taken upon the charges nor will anything be done un- tIl the termination of the present suit A wholesale desertion of privates from the army post at Fort Snelling was reported at the army headquarters In St Paul when It was announced that about 50 privates had quietly left the post without asking the permission of the commanding officer Walter Sanger Pullman who was in jured in a runaway accident died at his home in Belmont Cal An Inves tigation Disclosed that big skull was thousand citizens of Quebec witnessed the unveiling of n monu ment to the Quebec soldiers who lost their lives in the South African war Earl Grey unveiled the monument Two Japanese torpedo boats bom arded Port Hazarevo Port Lazareff Yea An attempt was made to land t oops but they were toaten off by Slegelsten of Cuyahoga county rendered a verdict in connection with the wrecuing of the Twenti eth Century limited on the Lake Short road at Mentor 0in the night of June 23 in which 19 lives were lost The cOroner holds that Walter F Mi nor the telegraph operator at Mentor opened the switch which caused the accidentA battlement tower of Ver mont granite erected to the memory of Vermonts revolutionary patriot Ethan Allen on the farm where he spent much of his life was dedicated In Burlington VI The orator of the day was Charles W Fairbanks vice president of the United States A scorp of persons were more or less seriously injured in St Louis and East St Louis as the result of a vIo- lent wind and rain storm which fol towed ten minutes of sudden darkness A woven wire suspension bridge over a lake at Mildred Park SprIng- field Ill where tnc retail clerks of Springfield were holding a picnic cot lapsed throwing 100 persons into the water which was nine feet deep Many narrowly escapee drowning- A TtnTsln dispatch says that an attempt was made on too life of the hmpress of China as she was passing through the northwest gate of the city to her summer palace tIer assailant was dressed as a soldier and was bay onetted by the guard The 186 prisoners in the federal jail In Washington have been quarantined for 16 days because of a case of small pox the origIn of which can not be tracedThere was quite a stir in Washington over a dispatch from Panama that the work on the Isthmian canal had been stopped The reason of the sus pension is due to the desirability of un dertaking improvements of sanitary conditions In the zone Sawel B Spauldlng aged 70 engI neer of the B O passenger train which struck n street car In Cincin nati killing three persons and injur- Ing seven died from Injuries received In the wreck His home was In Chll llcothe SecrelarlLoeb and his wife completed a months tour of the national res ervatlon Yellowstone Park and started on their return to Washington Reports from the mountains of North Carolina arc that the hotels and country boarding houses are filled with refugees from the yellow fever district and that more refugees are coming One man was killed ann a dozen se riqusjy Injured in an explosion which destroyed the nitroglycerIne house ot- the Judson Dynamite and Powder Co at Port Isabella Cal United States Ambassador Whitelaw Reid has leased Wrest Park London the property of Earl De Grey Wrest Park has been the property of the house of DeGrey since 1410 Gen Joseph L Bristow completed his work as special Panama canal railroad commissioner and left Washington for Kansas to engage in newspa per work He owns two newspapers In tbatstate John Jebeles formerly of Birming ham fatally shot Miss Lela McBride 22 and then fired a bullet into his own brain dying instantly at Annlston AlaGulseppe Nlcolao SO who was one of Adelina Pattis first music teachers died In poverty In New York He was born in Palermo and was graduated from the college of music in tHat city Attorney General H S Hadley and Frank Blake one of his assistants of Missouri left for Cleveland 0 and thence to New York Jo look up evi deuce in the suit against the Standard Oil Co s- i Z f I C i t jif =J 11 1 The Interstate Iron Co of Now York capital 100009 was Incorporated Directors J G Peters New York Edwin Belknap Chicago Z G Scholes Buffalo P G Conklin and D M Shlvely of South Bend Ind Instead of being dropped from the diplomatic service Edwin H Corner ambassador to Mexico may be srnt to China as a special commission to ad Just the differences between the Ce lestial empire antI the United Slates Chief Wllkle of tho United States secret service has announced the ap pearance of a new counterfeit 5 silver certificate It is of the series of 1899 Lyons register anti Roberts treas urer John P Mockler a merchant anti Oscar Reynolds a negro were killed Sy an electric wire at Cairo III Mock ler canto In contact with a live wire in an ice box and the negro tried to release him A dispatch by wireless telegraph from Hllo says that Hana the Hawai- Ian wife of Kallu a Chinese gave birth to one child on last Thursday two on Sunday one on Monday two on Tuesday morning and one on Tues day night All are dead Liabilities of 292077 and assets of t50 were scheduled In a petition in bankruptcy flied In Boston by George B Appleton of Cambridge Appleton was a clerk In the office of Arthur E Applcyanl the street railway promo terThe people of Cairo are demand- Ing more stringent quarantine regula tions and a large number of prominent citizens called upon Secretary Egan of the state board of health and asked him to close Cairo to the world Many people were drowned and scores of others Injured as the result of an excursion train on the Atlantic Coast line bound from Kingston N C to Norfolk Va plunging through an open draw over the western branch of the Elizabeth river eight miles from NorfolkThe removal of tho two Atlantic Coast Line cars which plunged Into the open draw at Elizabeth river near Norfolk Va revealed but two bodies In the first car making the number of bodies recovered 13 with five persons missing None of the injured now in the hospitals will tile Webb Jay of Cleveland was proba bly fatally Injured Kenllworth park Buffalo in the ten mile automobile race Nine rIbs were broken one lung punctured and right arm broken Word was received at the headquar ters of the New Mexico rangers that Apache Indians from Arizona are committing depredations In Southwestern Socorro county on the McGolIon reser vationA tornado passed north of WeUpleet Neb destroying barns crops stock and stacks of hay At the farm of Votaw brothers 26 head of horses were crushed to death Business failures in tho United States for the week ending August 17 number 147 against 1C6 last week 203 In the like week of 1S04 and 166 In 1903 In Canada failures number 29 as against 32 last week E F Mills of New York won the dlaOtond trophy for long distance fly casting at Chicago against 11 competi tors In the Chicago FlyCasting clubs tournament at Garfield park Mills distance was 112 feet 8 inches Charges have been filet In the de partment of justice by citizens of Globe Arlr against Associate Justice Tucker of the territorial court which It is said involved his judicial and per sonal conduct Tcmptc Houston youngest son of the famous Gen Sam Houston died at his home in Woadward Okla He was 45 years of age nnd leaves a wid ow anti four children Harvey Mlxe acltzen o Henna Tenn a lttle mining towi n Camp bell county near LafoitI Tcnn shot and Instantly killed 1i svie mis taking her for a burgla While bathing in the AllsVny river at Godfrey Pa two camp rsRcv Wil liam A Bllheimer of Youngblood and Miss Verna Marrison daughter of State Representative WF Morrison of Mt Pleasant were drowned The two campers were members of a party of five Hon Henry St George Tucker dean of the school of kw and diplomacy of George Washington university former ly Columbian university Washington was unanimously elected president of the Jamestown Exposition Co The reported northern banana fam- Ine will be somewhat relieved by the receipts at Mobile Ala which Is paced at 110000 bunches requiring 500 cars to move the cargo- CoromanderlnChlef John R King of tho G A R in a general order an nouns the appointment of three Women to be honorary aides on his staff at the national encampment Vincent Walsh tho 19yeaiold son of Thcmas E Walsh the Colorado cop per king who recently rented one of the handsomest cottages at Newpor- tIt I and whose family has ttfccomo one of the most prominent in the sum titer colony was killed in an automobile accident His sister Miss Eve lyn Walsh Mrs J L Kernochan Har ry Oulrichs and Herbert Pen were se riously injured Walter P Kraft the transfer clerk of the Equitable Trust Co Chicago Is missing and it Is said by the officials of the company that 20000 of the companys money Is missing A negro named Horn was captured between Lumberton and Hattlesburg Miss The negro was charged with complicity In the killing of Convict Guard Smlth near Hattleaburg The police raided the track during he Lake Erie trotting races at James town N Y and arrested four men charged with running a paddle wheel The police seized the wheel and 1400 In moneyA of limestone weighing thou sands of tons slid from the sldo of the quarry of Mill A of tho Lehigh Port land Cement Co at Ormrod Pa just five minutes before the time to quit work Twentyseven men were at work In the quarry which is a thousand feet long 150 across and 100 feet deep Twelve men were killed and six In juredTThe audience at Haags circus which exhibited near Clarksvllle Tenn wit nessed a thrilling eventa fight between a man and lion in which the latter was victorious The man was badly injured before being rescued Nine Italians were blown to shreds and their hut reduced to atoms by a dynamite explosion at the construction camp of Dunlevy Bros about six miles from Durbln W Va This is thought to be only another chapter in feud between a gang of desperadoes and Itajltns The valuation of the property of Marshall Field in Chicago was fixed at 40000000 by the board of review Of the sum named 30000000 Is In real estate and the balance in personal property The personal holdings in his residence on Prairie avenue are valued at 20 W00 I t c c OoJ xv I J rJ t leSlIslaturedisbanding of five negro com panics In the state militia r Henry D Davis of Cleveland 0 j was elected grand worthy president of tho Fraternal Order of Eagles by the grand aerIe by acclamation alter Grand Worthy President John F Pel letter of Kansas City withdrew as a candidate The International Typographical Union at Its session voted to pay 250 a week to aid the union printers In their strike against tho Philadelphia Inquirer on the condition that the Philadelphia union will subscribe a like amountIt certain that the state census of Iowa will show a falling oft of about 21000 In the population of that state as compared with the figures given by the federal census of 1300 John Goodson an llycarolil school boy Is under arrest charged with till murder of Hannah McQuado aged 7 In Greenfield township just outside the west city limits of Detroit An Interesting AngloAmerican en gagement which has not yet been pub licly announced is that of Miss Ethel Stafford daughter of Mrs Hugh Stat ford a wealthy California widow to Lieut Arthur Wagg of the British navy Miss Stafford Is 23 a pretty girl with delicate features Lieut Waggs only possessions he tells his friends are his pay and a motor car but the young couple are In love The post office and express office at Nuttall W Va was robbed of J300 and a quantity of stamps There is no clew to the robber- A new baby every year for every family In ZIons cohorts overtime for the stork Away with race suicide Thats the latest ukase Issued by Apos tie John Alexander Dowie for the ruler of the North Shore colony wants to see the birth rate figures soaring skyward In a way that will make the sta tisticians sit up and sharpen their pencilsThree persons were injured one of them probably fatally by stones hurl ed by Mrs Myra McHenry a Joint smasher who turned wrathfully upon her audience In the street at Hutchin son Kan because they jeered Mrs Samuel S Free wife of one of Pittsburgs bestknown policemen gave gavo birth to twins which makes in all 13 children born to her The twins are the second pair that has blessed the Free household and the big police man Is very proud as a result Free Is 60 while his wife Is a few years hU junior All their children are living Joe Taylor who was tried at Win field Putnam county W Va on a charge of arson growing out of the Larck case was found guilty of grand arson by a jury and his sentence fixed at imprisonment for life The strike of the telegraphers on the Northern Pacific road was official ly declared off by President Perham of the Order of Railway Telegraphers The Chicago Typothctae In order to force an Issue on the eighthour day question will Inaugurate the open shop and establish schools for non union printers Beyond the statement that the dally figures continue to present solid evi dence that the modern scientific cam paign In progress is controlling the fever the authorities In charge of the work In New Orleans had little comment to make on the 19th The promulgation of the plan for a national assembly which overlooks tho rights of the Poles caused a lad Impression in Warsaw and a general strike it is feared will be made the occasion for violent excesses The International Typographical Unions convention closed at Toronto with a determination for an eighthour ij The executive committee was au orzcd to arrange for a conference with the American Newspaper Pub lishing association Llelt lien Adna U Chaffee Brig Gen James F Bell and Brig Gen WIt liam Crazier who will represent the general staff of the army at the French war maneuvers sailed for Eu tope William Richardson brought to Petersburg lad the largest catfish ever caught in White river weighing 112 lives were rost by a fire which destroyed a farm house near Atlanta Ga The dead John Matthews aged about 60 and Rosa Thompson both white Frank Hall his odest daughter II and hie eldest son 12 were drowned In the Crawfish river two miles from Jefferson Wis Edward F Conger American ambas sador to Mexico asserts that he is not going to China and that he could do nothing there to allay the boycott against American products Mayor Dunne of Chicago was ar rested in the suburb of Evanston for violation of the ordinance regulating the speed of automobiles The may or in company with his friend John Roylston paid the usual fine A Great Northern freight train struck a crowded Columbia Garden car on the crossing at Butte Anaconda Pacific depot at Butte Mont Ten people were killed and many Injured The reciprocity conference called at Chicago to devise means of bettering the trade relations between the United States and foreign countries finished the work for which the meeting was called arranged for a committee to prosecute the plans of the convention and formed a prominent organization styled as the American Reciprocal Tar iffLeagueThe Rican government has re celvedofflcial Information that yellow fever is prevalent at Bocas del Toro Panama and Port Limon anti a strict quarantine against ships from these ports has been ordered The fast running through express from New York to Cincinnati on the Baltimore k Ohio Southwestern crash ed into a Winton Place trolley car on the grade crossing at Mitchell avenue Cincinnati and three people were kill ed and ten others injured The en gine and mall car were derailed and ploughed through a truck patch de- molishIng three outbuildings- Six Mexican track laborers were kill ed and six or seven fatally Injured as a result of a rearend collision be tween a Santa Fe work train and an extra southbound freight near Corona Cal James Cooper a negro was arrest ed at Wynneswood I T charged with causing the death of six persons by putting poison in a well In Birming ham Ala about three years ago Reports have been received from the Island of Hawaii of smoke Issuing from the crater named Mokuawoewee one of the outlets of the slope of Mau naloa A Miss Shreve Is at Waterford Ind and the physicians dlsagnoaed her case as yellow lever The Laporte county board of health has established a quarantine around the come of Mrs Shreve CHANCES OF PEACE Were Greatly Improved by the Presidents Action An Effort Is Being Made To Induce Japan to Moderate Her Demands For Indemnity From the Rut alan Government Portsmouth N IL Aug IGThe crI- sis In the peace negotiations upon which the eyes of the world Is fast cacti Is approaching rapidly anti the end of this week or the first of next at the latest should witness the dead lock and the end If the conference Is to RO to pieces Two more of tho 12 articles Nos 4 and 6 were disposed of Tuesday Article 4 consists of mutual pledges to observe the Integrity of China anti the policy of the open door for tho commerce of all nations and article 6 covers the surrender of the Russian leases to the Llaotung peninsula Port Arthur Dalny and the Blonde and Elliott Islands Article 5 the consideration of which was postponed until later provides for the cession of the Island of Sakhallen Portsmouth N H Aug 7Thefollowing official statement was Issued by Mr Sato Wednesday evening At the afternoon session of the con ference articles 7 anti 8 were discuss od article 7 was settled in principle and artlclo 8 accepted unanimously Article 7 is the cession of the hrauch of the Chinese Eastern rail road from Harbin southward and article 8 provides for the retention by Russia of the portion of the line through Northern Manchuria connect ing the transSiberian road with Vladi vostokPortsmouth Aug 18The crisis In the peace conference has been reach ed and pessimism Is again the note But the darkest hour Is just before the dawn and there Is still hope Pre dictions of a final rupture Friday certainly will not be justified unless Bar on Komura figuratively picks up his hat and announces that It is useless to proceed further Mr Wltte at least will not be precipitate At Fridays cession after article 11 the limitation of Russias sea power In the far east and article 12 fishing rights on the Russian littoral are disposed of he will favor an adjournment until Mon to hear the last word Irom St Petersburg The pessimism is based upon the fact that no progress was made Thurs day The exchange ofMews at the morning session on article 9 remun eration for the cost of the warl showed at once that the plenIpotentia- rIes were as far apart as the poles Portsmouth N H Aug 19Dlack pessimism reigns at Portsmouth The prevailing view is that the fate of the peacQ conference is already sealed that it has ended in failure and that all that now remains is for the pleni- potentiarIes to meet on Tuesday to which day they adjourned Friday aft ernoon upon completing the seratlm consideration of the Japanese terms sign the final protocol and bid each other farewell But there Is still room for hope of a compromise Neither President Roosevelt nor the powers will see the chance of peace shipwrecked without a final effort and that pressure is be- Ing exerted especially at Tokio to in duce Japan to moderate her terms is beyond question But the chances are recognized to be slim So far as the Russian pleni- potentiarIes are concerned there nev er was a chance for their yielding both Indemnity and Sakhallen The cession of Sakhallen without indemnity was according to the best inside In formation the extreme limit to which Mr WItte would ever consent to go and the emperor has not yet given the word even to concede that Portsmouth N H Aug 21The chances of peace have undoubtedly been improved lv President Roose velts action in Stepping into the breach in a last heroic endeavor to In duce the warring countries to com promise their irreconcilable differ ences but the result Is still in sus pense The ultImate decision of the issue has tie facto If not cr jure passed front the plenipotentiaries to their principals from Portsmouth to St Peters burg and perhaps In a lesser extent to Toklo Although there are collat eral evidences that pressure both bj President Roosevelt and neutral powers including Japans ally Great Bri tain whose minister Sir Claude Mac Donald according to advices received here had a long conference Sunday afternoon with Mr Katsura the Jap anese premier lu still being exerted at Toklo to Induce Japan to moderate her demand there Is also reason to believe that President Roosevelt waJ able at his Interview wltn Baron Rosen to practically communicate to the latters senior Mr Wltte Japan irreducible minimum what she would yield but the point beyond which she would not go Whether an actual basis of com- promIse was proposed by the president can not be stated definlnely Almost Impregnable Position Godzyananl Manchuria Aug 21 Three Russian officers who have reach ed the mainland from Sakhallen report that the Russian force in the interior of the island occupies an almost im pregnable position and is securing the full support of the convicts An Enforced Armistice Peking Aug 21While the Japanese and Russian plenipotentiaries have failed to arrange an armistice during their negotiations the weather is en forcing an effectual armistice for thJ month of August A Destructive Storm St Cloud Minn Aug 21A storm passed over this city causing many thousands of dollars loss Nearly 300 outhouses and sheds were blown down Three hundred shade trees were up rooted and nearly 1000 panes of win dow glass broken Imports Into Russia Washington Aug 21 Imports into Russia over the Eureopean frontier during the first four months of the present calendar year have fallen ott 275 per cent as compared with Im ports during the same period In 1904 Yellow Fever Patients Discharged Shreveport La Aug 21The two yellow fever patients who have been at the detention camp for three weeks past were dlscnarged and lett immedi ately for their homes In the north The detention camp Is now entirely vacant Nine Passengers Badly Hurt Pittsburg Aug 2tWhen a large crowd of Sunday pleasure seekers fill ed Kennywood Park a miniature rail way train jumped the track and ten passengers were badly hurt but none fatally j ri ta BEIhTB CONTROLLEDI For Several Cases of Fever Showed a Decline New Orleans Aug 21 Following Is the official report up to 6 p m Sun day New Cases 45 total cases to date 1385 deaths 4 total deaths to date 196 new foci 11 total foci to date 306 cases under treatment 381 New Orleans Aug 21No better evidence of the fact that the vIsita- tion of mosquito foyer is not only be- Ing controlled here but that there Ss a chance for Its eradication can bo found than in the dally reports of cases anti deaths For several days now tho number of new cases has shown a decline while the number of deaths have been remarkably lower considering the number of cases reported a week ago The death list In dicates that practically every case that develops Is not being reported and that means that the modern meth od of treatment to prevent spread U being applied When that condition Is assured the end of visitation is in sight and It looks as it that condition Is approaching VICEROY OF INDIA Lord Curzon Resigns and the Earl of Minto Succeeds Him London Aug 2JThe resignation of Lord Curzon of Kedleston as vIc- eroy of India and the appointment of the Earl of Mlnto as his successor was announced at the India office According to the correspondence which Is Issued In the form of a white book it appears that Lord Cur zons resignation was cabled to that office on August 12 The correspond ence shows a decidedly bitter feeling between Lord Curzon the India office antI Lord kitchener commanderln chIef of the forces in India over tho new plan of army administration In India Lord Curzons dissatisfaction came to a head with the refusal of the cabinet to appoint Maj Gen Sir Edmund Barrow on Lord Curzons rec ommendation military supply member of the council THE DOUMA PROJECT The Papers of St Petersburg Corn ment on the New Scheme St Petersburg Aug 21The Novoa Vremya and the Russky Slovo unre servedly praise the douma project The other St Petersburg newspapers however fail to show much enthusiasm While halfheartedly admitting that the project makes for Improvement these latter papers criticise the limitation powers of the douma and ask for an extension of the freedom of the press freedom of meeting and po litical amnesty The Novoe Vremya declares the wall which that for centuries separated tho nation from the sovereign has fallen and that the new reform opens the way for the development of national individuality and genius which Is nec essary for the evolution of a great Russky Slovo says that the new douma will bring Russia nto line with the western nations PLATFORM COLLAPSED More Than 500 People Precipitated 15 Feet Into a Cellar Pittsburg Aug 21More than 500 men women and children were precipi tated 15 feet into a cellar by the collapse of a platform during the exer cises Incident to the laying of the corner stone of the Beth David RuS- sian Hebrew Orthodox synagogue on Miller steet Nearly all we e cut anti bruised but it is believed none were fatally hurt Three rabbiswere among those who went down and although Injured they continued the services after the panic subsided Among the more seriously Injured are Rabbis Ashinski S Graffman and S Bloom Nathan Nathanson pastor of the congregation and Policeman Adam lieftewskl IN ZAMBOANGA Demonstrations Were Held In Honor of Secretary Taft and arty Manila Aug 21 Advices from Zam boanga say that three wonderful demonstrations were held there in honor i f Secretary of War Taft and party Jill the tribes in the Moro provinces and the leading Dattos were represent ed There was a procession a drlil by Moros a parade and native dances At night there was a dance at thIS Army and Navy club and a reception by the Mindanao club The Twentieth Infantry commanded by Col Mauz led the parade and hundreds of school children sang in English War Telegrapher Dies Camden N J Aug 21Heber CL Robinson 65one of the bestknown residents of this city died suddenly of heart disease Mr Robinson was a pioneer telegraph operator and electri clan 01 Philadelphia At tho outbreak of the civil war he was a member of the staff of President Lincolns private operators Placing Orders For Torpedo Boats New York Aug 21Venezuela has placed orders In Europe for torpedo boats with guns and ammunition at the cost of about 2500000 a larger amount than that little South American republic has ever expended at onetime for war materials Oldest Legislator Dead Frederlckton N B Aug 21Davld Wark the oldest legislator In the world died at his home In this city Mr Wark was a member of the Cana- dIan senate at Ottawa a life office His age was 101 years 6 months Cheated the Gallows St Louis Aug 21In the presence of the death watch Lambert Nia haus under sentence to be hanged for killing his broth rlnlaw committed suicide by stabbing In 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Ijckcr and tobaccer but thob openwofk sljIrtwaistwaUzingpool 7 2 U1I4tiIUardil and base bull If wo 1 tfad no Carno Nation to contribute I h tit tho gaycty of nations we should I81er ISC CORRESPONDENCE Upper FlatCreo MrsId Colotnan oMt Sterling Is visiting Mrs CritLnnc Owlngsvillcii Jlies Ethel ishgrnian of Lpxing- f NellielI g Arthur iiio infarit eOllofEd t Glpvbr and wife died August 16of A ItIr llfantum BUrl l iu tile orsI1 it4 ynnd idntherJprhto is gone and i and the hoaTo feels desolate Hup- pyr 1Ji thought JhU Just hoW Ho is ItocIuiliIY r rc t to nil t 44t otherjrplace of real happiness a v borne vhero loved ones may join him 9 Springfield Itt i jplifton Goodpuateris very sick 4 1Y t witlivtyplioid fevpr VE initt1ir 8jliln mulo colt + 4tI Mr FleItorG5-I t lissLizziobSp of Sit 11ipMtMaIniQr1trner voitc4a- a iliss Anna Gpodnn at top9 tueaday jiight jUrsyQjiiilJroiBajjoia diii fL ttrJj ATI hioviste4lIt Bciho i Vpdnesday Mlms Lucy Goodpaster and t rite1Cern wore in Owlngs ay t A Boyd hula son and lUH ie ThoKtKS visited in 11t7 ghyuItur MtMLutle vlsUed inOwing3villo AVedneiiday and Thursday l f Mrs Joan Chancy rind grand diiUgbLerMLss MamleTaylorv Isit f ed itt Stoops from Saturday Un Juefld y N A Dimitt and wife have re t vilitWt were accompanied homo by their rnandduugbtcr Miss Vfrgio Din mitt y 4 tEIJjlihGrocs jiad a horeo stolen ateCrd on ee went to t f Jnnes Mccnilers bJrn stol o a lhew bridle ariilthon wont and rtt g tria hisraeV They ctiired I y Uydi1 11icrIsIn aJAJoorcJjehl c l 4 brI W t qI tI r w Crooks Very few from lire attended the Salt Lick reunion Ijrelhthlbdnrc visitinjj rtln lives hurt tniOeet1londof hogs to iuciiiiiiiti Thurs I13 ILeII it Lii thru o shipped two mr IIIIHInf cuttle hi hielnraU jJntitr Uy 111Illv Itill Sunday eruiVjlIiciiiiiiilonil of II1IIIuitMrs Alfred Raiu y nnIiIthttr IIf Iliiwiur il ii i i EaiesSbuJiIinndriN IS hojj1 weighing 29U5 Ibs MI 6c Will Ginlvr fIn In pit iirtty1t he T Okta LrItsraIt De Luu1attin I AHitfrt Vice Si bought a borg t Mul vii McGregor for 10- 5Jty AWefSMti wfll preach here SlintIdy tuoruing AUf 27 Tora Dent n sold u two IIo sict414C lltri ht of w s 3iiifamily Saturday night Lemuel Denttui of near Moore fromeun I W Grain wifo mid little son i Inhere xvcRi Friday to visit the lutterlI parents near liotiibl Jiihu Dentin Jr will give an exhibition with isis phonograph in rtllo MclldiillliiiKH Siitilrrfnv night tig26 Everybody invited While Isuuo Floni the 14 year iiM bull of James Flora xraa pruttk Iny witha molasses bucket full of boiling watr on tho etov he w as p scalded alnmt ie coeeln ILgtheburatcd nIl throwing IIi tiiialiii wiatiiiIMooroi Ferr Not many from this part went to e reunion at Suit Lick dwdlinghJulie James Cflsity Tent toJessamine enulJlyMulldlt to stn with Ii i i4iildrenHurt Highlcy sold oi Mr War ner near Owingsville two hog weighing 374 lbs at 5c Johns Vitulandinghatn and wire of trickly Ash visited her brother 0OWui Ellington eyld to A N Crooks li houd of hogs nod sows at 5u and 9 siioitta at 5j Jasper Snrrell and con Sidney t HHiHboro came over Vedndny to visit his suet Walter and uttenidfthe reunion Leu llulv kind pteiiilnnohtpr MiitMary Charles audAlisu Nellie tic Attended tIne bij meeting it Owingsvclle Sundu wMuseunty bought of James Caasity his farm of eleven acres hero for 800 cash possession given in Srptomy bcr ligUollnessmende at Hedricks August 25 and peetbrgo n Hlllsboro Born to tho wife a tGilniiightcrMiss Estn Eden left Monday fur her home Muncie led A large crowd from here attend ed Parka Hill cjuiup meotingiMiss Lulu Evans is convalescemt after a light attack of typhoid fe vsr l Elzy TIptonand xvifeof Wilniorp are S aLMiss RubyDavis and little broth Ier of Carlisle are viftitiug their cousin Miss Narcisaa Rawhnga School will begin horeSeptrmber 4 with JW Hunter as principal and Miss Lillie Evans as assistant teacher Mrs Julia Anderson nnd littlo fifliratner frfendav lIfIare tho LyonpandrQ 10isttbisolnlI norc l orry and attend the reunion at Jjnlt Lick WVs Rooa Dusby and twO little children alter a twowceks visit to relatives hero returned borne to Maysvilfo Monday Mrs Ada Williams of Ewing arrived hero Friday morning to visit her eisterin law Mrs Clem Williams for a few days Melvin Zimmerman and wife io Lexingtonafter the latter brother and other r cia tivell Tho many friends of I1F Lejv raJliceountylutlucsd ncr1homevisit 4UWjmhomo forafftv day i i1 U If iffi t Slate Valloy Andrew Ie CoylQ tias been TOry sick but id time better Dee Rudder Inns n very sore IIlrlhfi tight to bt i iinod Camn hiving plenty of rain Sn n very ban sbovvers ffllfriiluy ingVIi hicLiiiFoul his farm and ill VCflojrfn r 10 1 W tstltt1BfSaltJhdcI JOI1t111ItYour wriirr tlnv pevernl jond ltti KiiiLslloij of Hue corn Sriin hult1It1 cifc Jii Gould and James murk lip lluld 111gU kSMiTIiand neighbor lit the funer Nnd int rn ent If J L Vice at fti Old vrfija imrylug vrouni dytAfiirLri It sbnrl but appro EdrRtliJlrnjlrblJug the body we lowered to it t routing pIIlCIBald Eagle llllSirsII 1 Suruggs la blHding a new lubRcco burn Little Lucy Moy Jones line been k tho past week Marvin Reynolds Veil toCarlisle turdiiy on bualiiess1 A Dickerson is confined to his home this week with bickinss John Diekerson bus commenced to house his tobacco crop which id very good ClArliebi uregcounty tliio seck Thomas Floroucd and wife n roM att Mrendingingfiird F1cminicounty Clmrlie Stone who lately rcturn cd from Texas Inns tnovcd into Joffli Jones house none lillSamueliuununity has bad the niinrortune too his eyesight entirety TitSeveralll attend Hedricks campmeet in which 25 SiECentervillc Bourbon coUnty to llhis regular appoiiitmcnt there Sat Xirday nfght and Sunday Stoops i ryLientrell nsickRug weeds Inure captured this neighborhood Cliir Goodpaeter is very sick with ty rephoidToo much light rin the truth very ten causes un explosion Wet weather tins boon very titii favorable for toltlccohuueiuf Old corn is very scarce in this neigh borliood 1rico 3 per bbl SpringfilllJ WFlhstU of Flat Creek vis ed lboll E L FusBctt Sunday A protracted meeting will bo held itt ringfieIdrCliUrcn in a few eeki V J Hi Gitlaspid bought from J- anePf I25 Johnson a fancy brood mare Mrs Sarah Bridges iindMrsTotn Wartor hnvo both recoveredow their iliniessKMisses Lids and DenLn1Jtftlof luyGfc tlYaletOOm8 lust veck Suittwell giVe them later fSteifliunnear Me Sterling visited the lam ilyof D L Go6dau Friday Iccoanne yiboutA scientist has discovered that it it is the femalo uinequito that does all the biting You may also buzzingtoo magIsteriull1l SqulreJohn1riwhle tostants Tho race eeems to be tnybodys Ono of our prosperous farmers plowingtubaeco tho sake of puce and harmony we request that this be kept us quiet us possible Because a boy won sent to prison fpr 10 days for stealing kisses from two Philadelphia girls ho bag lly sympathy of the press The n pipers claim it was pllnhhmel I t enough to have killed Philadolphm girls Tisk will be a rccQrd hfenking- veek for Montgomery counti ails The big street fairTeaohera Insti mayofsun gives one the impressiou that theftpK ntuekians will get the clianco this fall to vote on the proposition us to whether we shall return to Iho viva voce system of voting Ar not Shoufd this come into effcctt it yould bonp11t the bribers as thJ lloaterti would bo mnro apt to deliV- er the goods Tine Australian sys tern for uo =f All TJl Nesvs Si Per Year i t c ifl e t z ti rc 5Ii oJ Salt Llcl N Born to Mrs lint Mauley a daughter JMiss Sitdio Stout has a class in- mu weeIcMiss Little Johnson of Preston isit adcftllie reunion wns a success as far irge ntlendHtet cnuiUl turiko u p tiVFelL skiarg ar guests of Jlre Vf JIA number of our people are lit- tllli ling cmlthisMrs Bet tlo Shouse and siier of iqnuglirsis of relatives tine past weekitnil Intineito housekeeping in tho n rfdoico belonging to the hit ters mother on b street Mrs Alfred Knglith dnughtrr is Nora Miss Stella Klmborly Chas Cook have returned from Ln outing in Mnrsan county I Upper Prickly Ash Cult Lyer of Umry spent lust week with his brother II A Lyier WltllI Mis Mirlha Allon of Owini ville i visiting hr son John Allen d fatuity Cur run Slceln and wife visited loh grenCreek one n lust week aboMMiss liartiu visited relatives Ill 11V t Creek Saturday and SundayS reSunsetgt Su visndayot oilustsisburgMrs Nfthoy Shrout and Mfsn ary Snedognr spent last week with jMayTiiomas Ryan nnd wife of Rcy nbldsvillc and Miss Kale Ryan of Indian apolisr mid npcnt lastThUrs y with II A Lyter und wife Mrs Miranda Varncr IIni laugh ter Dolliu L rvtonied tit ttvir home IterryJntt Vptlt Mr4 Frond annilton acuomp nied ihem home Mrn Mullie Jlbof near Mt erling and Mrs Pierce joodplc r of Owingsvilh were ueSts of Walter Ciburn and Willie Ihiniil toil one day Ins week r Grange City Mrs Alfred Lyniiui is pOtlrlyNcwtonJuhnlIu ipnbloto go about the hiiusa ISecralfrom here attended th tyunionin1illtt1cu1ntMrs Lucy Tipton of Wilraorc v isled Jj91 Minute Walton Tues div Bro J It Jones ivill prejich hih fare well sermon at this place Sal urday night Any 2fi 7 uliiimmuuiitiMrsADHIIltI dlllightcrIius of Sn Saturday anal Sunday Mr Zitnuicriiiau and vifp of Jeesftinlno county jltecl A D Kanlings und wife last Week 1i8iIs a ate Rnwllngs pent the day with Misa Minnie Walton Tuesday M1S809 Ella Grahntn Klanrhc jlSewniun und Lillie Watson visited Misses Della and Ollie Davis of Sunset Saturday and Sunday Odessa Hogs to feud for meat are sell l IogCd Mrs Ruth Jones sold two woan lipnuoltMonday al pweanlingsteerchase atli to 14 Our teachers MUa Oddio Powers and Mrs Emma Hawkins mire ut tending tho Institute 7 Little John Franklin Snetnniuof upper White Oak is visiting her undo Dr A W Jones The corn crop bore will bo good qualItytWQjenroldhelfcr day to 1 S Stephens for 2750 IJonesily in Nicholas county Saturday niiiht nnd Sunday Mrs Ed Campbell nee Emma of lestliarr ther relatives here bithouseraising the old ono higher which will odd much to the beauty and fonvcnicnoo of lua home tMrsthe bedside of her mother Mrs qultosIckin Owingsyille wnsInilissAIagwbom hq accompiinicd to Cincin nnti went on to visit their uncle M W Halley and wife at Lebanon Ohio thiweekjTHOS 1L JONES Livery Food Shlo Stable QWINCSV1LLE KY nitindealerswith Iresiou SUtlon i I k ry j VVV= Knob Lick Fine growing weather Ruin hero Friday and Saturday Some corn sold for 250 lust k Tho health of the community if Talking now corn at 150 per bit rrial InliiiiryInogs here seems to be 11e1cyof melons lint the uullty iCptir The ore mines are running sev teams scraping but nut AH muny as they wish Sherman Clark accompanied his nnnt Mrs Mdntyre home to Cal nit Ohio Friday to lit tend no The reunion while not n howling success was very well a l tended and wither good order withI few exceptions Tho Holiness people held a very nut uresting meeting Inure Sunday morning und evoning conducted by Allen pence Vhllo there are mnny who do not believe in the iv v they do thero is one thing they have that is not found in a grout tyinsto1l1Olympia John Pemx is improving elovvlv Our Sundayschool here is pro setnig nicely Thomas Gritlln iable io gout the house 9 Mollic Byrd is visiting her sin MollIe CaseVevoral from here attended tine nhoin at Salt Lick Mifcs Bessie Holland of Ford is itiitg friends here title week Remember Bro Crocketts np ntment Saturday und Sunday Miss Myrtle Turner visited his ter Anna at Stilt Lick Monday Dr Clark andwife visited friends at Howards Mill Saturday Mrs Kato Costigan and Mrs Ida ekon were in Owiogsville Thurs y Frank Downs and wife of Cun mil City were guests of friends here last week Mrs Alice Tincher and Mr Ma ud Iliiiec of Lexington visited fri cuimis here Just week hrulherVilIicU Sniith nt Currington Miss Jut Itiii Williamson WInS the ctifft of tier father Will Yilliuni son Sunday It Mill Creek Charles McGotliin wifo nnd Miss May Northcutl attended tho meeting at Shrouts Sunday brotherewent to their mother Mrs Melissa Gailt Saturday J Ii Stvnrrs arid wife Roe S witcts and wife of Breaihiit coun visited their lather David Swurts who is very sick Bath Countys TELEPHONE l llmsh FOR J1i SALEI3 rondo nt the April tcrtrr 1005 1 will us Special Commissioner of said Court on the llth day of Septem her 1905 proceed to self for cash m hand lo- thujiighest and best bidder at the Owingsvilie1Ccutucky erect telephone lines over each turnpike and public road in Bath county said franchise privileges to exceedingtwenty Crivilegesike rondo Moysvilo MtSterling turnpike road Owingsvillc A Mt Sterling turnpiko road Owingsville B EiSharpsburg turnpike rond Owings villo Sherburne turnpiko road Owingaville Preston turnpike road Owingeville is Menifee to Menifoo line turnpike rued Ow ingsvilleStepstone turnpike road Owjngsvillo Wyoming turnpikeBrod Owingsville OJingsvilleSouth Shorbjirnc Upper lImit icks turnpike road Bethel Lit ie Jourdon turnpike rondUninn Shurpsburg Sanders route turn SilltrpsburgR rondTunnolroad Bothe It Junction turnpike road Maux Branch Convict road turnpike road Salt Lick Sulphur turnpike road Moores Ferry turn pike road Water Dell d Licking river turnpikq rondo Whito Oakj turnpiko road Preston Peeled Oak turnpiko road Big Slate Creek Springfipike road J The Fiscal Court will be in see eion on tho day of sale and tho right to reject any and all bids for c tbeije said rights is reserved And whet said bids are made thit will bo acceptable said sale will be im mediately confirmed by the order f said Court and all previous grants made by tho Fifcal Court for franchise rights to erect tele phones Ac under Section 1C4 of- hiojjoontitutjont of Kentucky are void This July 26th 1005 JNO A DAUGIIERTY H C a and Special Commissioner 5 I l Address JOHN SEBASTIAN- Pass Traf Mgr Rock Island System CHICAGO Bath room Ready Sept I White Shoo Polish for sale u t I4rifl Pluto WRITE ROSE RON Commissioners Sale John W Hawkins Plaintiff against Notice of Sale Sallie Better 0I Defendants By of n judgment ninth or der of snlo rendered in the Bath ircuit at theMuy termlJ05 n the uboveltJlcdcnle tine under signed Master Commissioner wills on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1905 about 1 oclock p m proceed to oiler for sole to the highest bidS dor at public auction at tho Courthouse door in Owingsvillo n tract of land lying in Bath county Ky on tine East Fork of FlutCrcekond geginningJames Perkinp thence N 17 W 32aohrtine and corner to tilts Goad win thonco S 58 E 81 chaina to corner to Abraham Hon rits line thortoe W32i E1 chnina corner witlrsame thence S 67 E Ii chains S l bhorbumnewith tho center of stud turnpike SI1 c hhainl shineE 22 chains and 18 links corner toiPerkins thence N 31f E 4 chains 8 and75 links to the beginning and containing thirty acres of lundor enough of said lund as shell be necsiessary to produce tho sum of 43eBut said sale will be made subato the homestead righto Mrsp S cTermsw purchneriilpayable to the undersigned for the purchase price bearing 6 interest a per ahnum from date until paid H S Master Comm B C C R Gudgell Son Attys Weekly CourierJournal LL 110 JIiJ c J- T I rsI f J si r VV zt t1IiiVii Jy4pir j j 5Sr frJm I O JBJ5U To the Paciii Ccttto California Oregon WtisbingtonJ rtrndfr1Long ullmit ard return limits Iiberal ove pcvilegeV 13 rlThe rate is practically on the basis of one fare for the round- trip Of course if you wish to visit hoth California and Oregon or Washington the cost ia clightly more f These reduced rates lire in effect on certain dates in Uonthsn j of May to October inclusive They apply fromall Eastern points via Chicago St Louior Memphis gateways The Rock Island System will take you up incitherChicago orSt Louis cr athundreds of other Middle West points and carry you to the Coast in through Standard or Tourist Sleepers with unexcelled Dining Car service j3 The Rock Island also affords a choice of routes on the Scenic T 1 route you can stop off in Coloradosee Salt Lake City visit Yellowstone National Park on the Southern you can go via El Paso thru New Mexico then up coast to San Francisco 41V and on to Portland or Seattle if desiredtInshort these Pacific Coastexcursions offer an unusually good chance to see our western country in a comprehensive manner If you desire togo only as far as Colorado there ore excursion rates in effect to that section andre lm all summer loaff specially reduced June 30 to July 4 August 12 and 13 5ana August 30 to September 4 Extension trips to Ogder or Salt Lake and return at low cost akoIFrom September 15 to October 31 1996 oneway tourist or colonist tickets will be on sale to California and A the Pacific Northwest tabout half regular fare interested teed name and odcire3s on this coupon designating1 Jj NAtbooklet wanted and to what point yoitplan too Namo probable start also so we can advite definitely with respect to rates etc Send ncl booklet GDd ratesoma Leave n1ou- iDetinrto The Palace Barber Shop is the best place in the city of Uptodnt91hnircutor a We have employed the old reliable bonthlnck John Vnri nor nnd he iRahvlt8 ready to wait ivtancustomers to give us ncall in tIle I basement under lintel ofllon wo E J PARKER nro1 PoE Virginia Screened I and Cannel I OR TELEPHONE RUN CO OLYMPIA KY virtue Court 47 oeL GOODPASTER O6o 1c i route J Commissioners Sale JM Richart Pill VB Notice qf Sale R M Stampers Del ecsc Ufte ByvIrtue of a judgment and or d C clircuiti i thignedMONDAY S KPTEM B E R 11 1005 about 1 oclock pin proceed to offer for sale to tine highest bid der at public auction at the Court house door in Owingsville Ky n cuulltyKycreek und bounded as follows Bo at a point in the center of Ire Sberburno pike at Ion tie plot corner to lot No1 which is the land of David Stamper thenco fH1E a 106 610 poles to stake at 8 thence N 18j E G4 510 poles to 8 take ot 0 thence N71J W 81 410 poles to point in center of Sher urno pike at figure lOthcnce uith of pike S 56f W21 010 poles nd S 523 W 8 40100 poles to the beginning containing 310 acres f land or enough of said landiah be necessary to produce the ri of 74001 but thqcalo therrofc iil be made subject to the home w reidowSale will be made olf a credit of x months The purchaser wi xecute bond with good suretypay ble to the undersigned for tho 4 urchlmiBo price bearing six per ent interest per annum front date ntil paid H S GOODPASTER Master Comr B C C AUCTIONEER G FItofleer call oir foo Terms reason CI ble LORQE 11 GUDGgLL Odessa Ky y I 1v J I rt JOHN TKIWBROUGH SON r RecoMmend PiRWAMPH K a Hut RiIMti Aid tOVth lwjnred J 1AntIe in this city are injured an tcntmrn serious results fol low because the was riot propedycaredforinthebcglnfliflg Itifl A not possible to secure a f at t1 momentS n ce dcaths ae fcaused by negligence auddelay 1OO- duoirouiug often results trombadcatlJ gun shot wounds etc wonndis not properly treated Paracamnb a inexpensive remedy which every family shou1ctkep- n homes cvpry day every factory and large institu tiOD iuiould PJmcamph near iaiid It is Conceded by medical auth ties to be h most reliable Eootluiiantl liealiriffagoiU ItnotpnlV topS paul but it heals wound leaving ug1ycars U1d absolutely DgtiParncnitipli iS tru1ya rem and every bottle guaranteed tobe p cafe clean and to do exactly what iff claimed for it If you not Far ncampli Iii your home pet ft bottle y is just us necessary iii JjourJj home as good soap nndtter You vill find it excellent for relieving Rheumatism Neuralgia Sores Tired Feet Skin Troubles Catarrh ot any form of SwellinR or Inflammation Sold only in 25c COcand 1W bottles jby aU Paracnmpk Company Louisville Ky Q5 A rl Private SchooK MRS CORA CONNER Will open lice School gnin 2d fionday In Septembe Only a limited number taken Foi partioulars apply to rdGonner1 VS Tho PACIFIC COAST f Do you want to live where the5 imate is mild the year round v here the resources arc more varlod an in nay other equal areaiatiie ii orld where with u minium of Iabor you can grow profitable crops whore business is good and cipItai Onds profitable Investment Both Ticnlth n opportiinily await your o n the Pncifio Coast Special low rates via tboCni4 g o Union Pacified North WesUraV t Line Send 4 cents in etampsTtn W B Kniskorn IiT M Cmk N W RythlclIto for book Jots and full information Ki Ri Cedar v z t SHINGLEBEST EVER MADE I Any one nfetling building mate alof nay kind should write to prl ll on us t TORRENT CHURN the bnly al churn on thc market ilariuJji ettired bv us 64t STAR PLANINOMILLrr MT STERLING KY j x It Virna tStreet MJM A REED Proj Owingsvilie Ky resh and cured mea 57S on hand Oys 7 rliveryouwishonrn fh ris2 V p = I fif iit 4 I i 4 ft f