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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t lltfthj j r S J 4 i r1 V fi F t In 0 r n = VOLxxvir OWINGSVILL KENTUOKVTJfURS Y iUST L 19051 N tSr Tobacddeulling is making pro brcss hott Ron Hart sold n 2yearplil mule tu J ft GonilpaBtcr for 110 SniKGtKs slOOOOO nice poplnr W shingles for sale T S ShRoim Geo T Young is the autbnnzcd agent of for OUTLOOK to collect FSR SuE My residence and Wagon and toatn WWPOWEnn Dr G W Connor runkee tooth from the cheapest to iIf best 10 r FOR SALE Good eecondlmnd farm wagon Apply rit this olllce t The Forge Hill G A R reunion t will be held Aug 31 srI 1 nnd 2 John Boaz fold Sid Hurt eeveri teen short 2yearold caltlo fur 525 II L Lime is ngent for Wiedor t ninn bottled beer and Biidweiser 4o bottled and kerYV rylft 5 per hundred AH who have property to nil lit public auction call on M D Paris k Ho will give patiflfaction Born Saturday morning to DrS IIJ Daily nnd wife o son weigh 1f Ing lOJibs and Trained Charles Fnk Mt t Dr G W Conner the donttsl t 4J usesOdontundcr and all approved f VinKsthetlcs for the painless ei traction of teethallr t Rov J BMeachnra of Mt Stcr lioo ling will preach at the lt sbterRI 7 lan Church nest Sunday Sept 3w at 720 oclock p mSIA needed improvement in replac ing the wooden water conduit with V J iarKtronpmt Main and Sudduth 0 streets Is made Diet Tom pieman of near Wy nming tfnters Tor the prize fihorse- f 1 tsffc eet high and eli Inch es clrcumfertt1C6 t of stalk S iiic nc hfghgraJobujt d tO AanJ uVtfuggyCa Brock ayahi other makes which I will Fellat a great reduction for the next 3ft dayg T S tfnu6uT t QnCRCHQbiLT Theqiilltrnflled D 1 by the Ladies Aid Society of the 2 W E Church nf Alt Pleasant walcltl WAn by T Shroiit who it to the S tefety tnbe gold for the eReflro the dlurc v h OTJo AlH persons hn v i n Ifsl I t1ilRgINtthaen p Mrs M HYJ1C rd cd W 1J A J J 0 o preeflnb flet neIHt etb I r e A iilg05 It LAC Agrnt T r OFFICIAL VlOTHi JieUAtjl Cd- Dewtierntic ComtBlttoerhet here 04 i t fu jJtYoafl a uo IInd ul ftltl 011 t rimury II J J T revived Sf7 and toung CO 1 iffe being 1570 20 votes be t vJBg faulty orCQtherwlbejptcguiitetl id tedietro co te tntM j To CoKEKsroNDKNTS Se v d r a e have endeavored to have pabiifrlitljiiRiong their newp Iteffls Uieir vfcws on the subject of J ierrobfbittpn eleCition and we l have inrariably cut thcm out WJf t baf appeared on the eubject b eeB IM ipaid adverticements 0 except whea wa treated ie matto r iRe 5 LIGHT FKOST The cool nights lait week with a slight frost In the low lande TaiBcdamong the tobacco K6 r OIBe apprehension of a faarwful tb1tthe warm days ibis weelr Have1 all lenrs BahitMOe forthapresontjtliough fpb iepkplve8 are being wielded vigorously wherever the tobacco is ripe ougb Leeut TIONELECTJ05The 0ii fteofflplete forea of a lrobibi tloalaw will be voted upon through nHttheeouBty nex t Saturday Also FItowBS of pwjng vJUea d jrtburg riILvot jjponthc same t7 lpw jMi5appljedin8ide tba corporate UaUlefttiosetown It IB con 4 iftbKt Prokibitlan will carry t in th county but the contest hi1 7 k 1 wil8I very doubtf ui f it JFOL CTSbarpburJKy 4 rA fiWt J88 l iSM Pnrcell l JearSirj Jaaaorethanpeaicd wrtijtU B t y AjilAtb Editable You carry t ffCRty years nothing and FJA tJoneYtbatt 1 bne t t I cff hate decided to accept tovalue tliw e which 18 extremely n iMtWijhreteTy tqae Wi hjng soc 9y aad the KquitabloIam 17t Bvw yiwrl c W PKTEBB ti a T Eit JRfbeD oratif piBCrJe t9n i TtiriTaj t BfttFaate candidate for i t Kepr MHtalife froB the Jisth r t itj Rowan dlfrtrletTesolted in a Ity f859 HBeMeial forWiUiam A TeS fv of Morehesd W I Sharp orSharpsburgc- artWttalhZbyMIfi majiirity TheJoe 1 jW MiB Butli by precinct l pW rp8burg pr iHK MBetM 77 South Sher 13 kUlt Liek 47 tota34l for 4 W rpVQwinfr YiilG No 149 o frf if Ifo 2i50NO 3 l7Wyoniing 22 r JSHllff Prewton 8 Licking j tfcWlfc WbiteSuiphtrr 9 total t rJ ror eu i c fJ XeuRgiafried llowah 1008 raa V Jt Jtfr rbertjareiFiBtly been agreat iHIHtftf tte Dewperalie vote in tr fc w gfldaty e It hag her toroae t a tn edhlg 800 i i PERSONAL Win Cravens of Mt Sterling was hero Saturday Mrs Jesse Hampton returned from inchester Tuesday 11fromn Charley Brother of TelngtollP spent Saturday and Miss Annie Shechnu is ablo to be the house niter n severe sick spoil John Gilloii is ublo to bo nut ngutn after his room scv crnl da AhJohn 1C Richards nftor a sovero nttnckof rhuuinatUm Isnblo to be out again Courtland Leer of Paris cnmo the n week to visit hh undo Col II fast Clark Itascom Trot of Millcrsbur was up last week to attend the prl niary election Henry Kstill nnd Gore Shcchnn in Mt Stcrllns Wednesday of week on tolepbiuo hU1lnetfIti Miss Rosa Cooper of near Flcin ngsburg cauio Saturday to visit heral rnuuimothpr Mrs Matilda Dp Miss Jnuo Gaitskill nfier n visit to HI ier sister Mrs Jesso Hampton has eturnod to bcr lunneat Wlnchoster S P blmltt formerly of Sprh Jfld neighborhood writes that hen las bought property at Poplar Grove Cy James M Ross spent from Wed icsday uatil Sunday nftornoon in Sterling with friends and rela lvcs Harry Berkley Miller of Los An 5eles Cal after a visit to relatives friends here left Saturday for Hickman lloekneobbs nmiinv the Vernon JJisly 0 WlllclIcsteratguests of WanacoXG SundaytI Mrs Henry Hopkins sister Miss Jnrolyn Richardson 1 lid brotheT red is eturncd Monday from a visit to iuurbou county MrsEd Gaitskill and little tiaugh cr of Winchester came in 01IJJsoii went to Cornwall Menifco count Friday tolieg in a twoweeks jieotin tballliJhtIMrs Lilliati Boswell and Mrs E J Saitskill wjtli thiflr children after u en nslt to Mrs JPSBO Himptoh have etnnipd botnn ti Winchester MrsT S Estlll and fiffsfhos L arnell went to Cincinnati Monday IIf Urs Dnrnoll will Visit relativHS in up Vndleloii county beforo her return S Plinlps and wlfo nre both ilck with typhoid fcv rA Mr Phulpc took the disease first aTMl is on the oad to recovery MrsWheliJS la scrlouKly ill Jjicoli F Trmnbo of Mt Sttrlinpr iiiilBoiV Charles ot 40 Wjill Street ole trle31 tlC l ItfZlII VAI74 iuerr were liertr Wed nesdaj of Il1st VttlrVIsitiuj friends Mrs John B Honaker daughter hlrs Nathan lIdollti thn lattyrs IItth 4tqn yf incolu coiui j stopped over Friday afternoon their return frtin i 1lt to rela Ives In Virginia to spend some time itvfth relatives in this town ana conn Tile following attendnd theMd jterllng street fair one or more days nstiveitk GA Poed Add Powr Jurrll Kincaid Walter Coyle Robt Slxon OhcarjPnlmor Henry EtilltJeorgo SIU hnnWH Dn AndyC le Tlnl Bnrhrldge Ollvr one Frunl Palmer GuJ el ttink Crps AValter Alien FOR SALcr1 O hhls corn B M GoobfAST A pnrtinl eclipse of the Ptln at jnrise xvas scheduled for WednesJ ay Did ypu see it MIES tiny Kincaid gave a lawn party ruelday ht In hufMfsee ShlrleY lrnilh and 0 Lunch WitS served about 103fl umbor of guests wero present BnoKE HEK A1UtMre GeoE rfbou was called homo f orfi Salt Lick Tuesday morning by vHt acci dent to her mother Mrs anoy Croucn who fell out of the door at Kimbrougira store Monday after noon and broke one of her arms av lie nrrietVIra Crouch is u lady if very age nnd suffered much rpao the fracture 7i OLD Gcu REPCBLICAK TICKET Mi Sterling Ky Am 28Lou isvillo Post Tle Republicans of Montgomery county are torn tOt places as a result of the action of thi county coiiyontion Saturdny For some time there has been great dUBatisfaeJion over1 tlio manner in which tho affairs of the county had been run and hundreds of Demo oratB1iave been eager for the Re publicnnfl to put forth u clean tick et which they would support The convention met Saturday and its action was awaited with interest by n large crowd wlifo were bitterly dieonpointed by the couree it pur sued e Convention was con trolled by negroes and a fev wbHto Republicans The negtoes were led by N W Mngowan find ho had the floor most of Hie time They proceeded to nominate the follow ing ticket Judge H1k French Attorney HtCluy McKeo Clerk James OConnell SheriffJRPeed Jailer L Roberson Coroner Henry Bolts The first two nomi inees are ex Democrats while Bolts ia a negro undertaker The con vention first nominated G L Kirk patrick for Judgewbo tfeclinedand Henry S WooS fefused to permit his name to be used BS Attorney With a straight ticket or fusion ticket composed of white men the Republicans could have won incom plete victory None of thwhite leaders took ny pnjt in the oonj ventioo at all and hundreds of Re publicans throughout the county wiP refuse to support the nominees tJ r rJ r1 r 1 trP nfI 7 t gz 8 6 FnEniD N Young wishes tn announce that as Ins been his cue tonl every summer he will funifil ice or whisky free of chargo to III sick people who arc unable to PItY FAHEWELI SERMON An itei got switched oil lust week wai mention of Rev J M Ftiqui his farewell sermon pastor of theME Church lat Sunilay n week Ho is an ublo minister and line greatly endeared himelf to his con gregation during his l wo years stay He has made warm friend outsiilc of his church His congre gation would be delighted to hnvo him returned hilt they realize that minister of his qualifications is strongly in demand in larger Held THE PROTRACTKD MEETING The protracted meeting nt theChristinn Church conducted by Elders J J Taylor of Connersville Ind and Robert Campbell pastor will con till Sunday nighliif no longer Much interest is being manifested large audiences are attending A to Monday morning there were additions to the churchlG by baptismElder Taylor U a native of Gal county Kynod married n Miss Smith of Lexington He wac educated u t Ky University and llethany College W Va GArjiTWoon Mrs James A ien larnus received word that her iroUicr David T Gault was wedded lug 12 to Miss Jessie Wood of incinnat The bride and bridegroom are both thiincd nurses in sanitarium of DrG M Curry Lebanon O David Is u son T Melissa Guultof Louitm Ky nndwns retired in this town He of a young man of amiable churao cr trustworthy industriousoblig hg and well worthy of fortunes uyors We join hilt many friends congratulations on his mutrimo and good wishes for future prosperity r UtTo tuEGaowBns Mon liiyii Lexington Herald W B Haw Ipn president of theBqrleyTobac Growers Compunvof Kentucky ndiana Ohio and West Virginia lUthorized iho stntement last night ihat unless the dlcit in the amount stock to bo suliFcribcd was mnile by the first of September the iiovemcht will be abandoned As is w1i 11 own this companys purpose in to control tho output of iheliurley tobacco and wage war in the trusts- Burloy F tobfUco growers hAve been uxkcd to subscribe 25000p ivurth of stock The amount so tar tiiken does not exceed half of tljis imotint though pubscriptions of the past few days are not included Intht estimate ProtiioterB of the movement feel that Unless they can rely on thin support by the lirst of September beunwiso to undertake tliQ great tiaRk of preparing to lian Jhl crop vliioh work must be completed within the llex t few nnni hsLast years eifort to get tin indnl uid required were Clln tied until in January nnl many millions jof puiinls of tobucco were held until that lime Under tneurranyenient then ob taining lnl the grower bound by Ins cuntfaot lJuthrithlhlmovers in the company wan cnnfi dent that the would event u aly be rorthcOlniIlH TliHy were disappointed Profilinir by this sperionce the contructs thi ytar love been made to expire riovemI per 1 provided the company hud not taken the tobacco Two months within which lopro pare lo take cure of this vast Jty of Bjirley leaf ia regarded byi base in control of oiFairs of the umpany lobe as short n time as iOnla be dxcd und unless this limit should bo further estendedor the growers give the support that is expected the present company will he disbanded with the coming of the first of September PETITION olI1tdum President We urb banded together because of a common woo There is not a woninp liero who Il1unot felt the nf it either directly or collater ally None of us escck publicity t IB contrary to evory instinct of our nature Wb are here because our homes are menaced ovr happiness blight ed our loftiest asptrationb are crushed because our hearts cry out in anguish over the evil that in our midst The brightest miuds are being wrecked the noblest natures are being distorted fortunes are difsi pateBj souls ivro being lost the names that should be honored are being dragged in the dust und mire Out deepest feelings are those concealed cur fondest hopes arc never realized and our briglitcst tiiDUghls are the oheb to which we can give no utteaoce Our greatest joys arc dimmed by the sadness of the past and our dread of the future And it bchooves ill as Christian women and mothers tomukp the fight of our lives to restrain the ealo of whiskey J move that you appoint a committee to draft a pe tllion to the rotors of Bath countyr imploring them for the sake of our yqung manhood tor happy homes in the interest of law and order to vote to put down the sole of wbis key In our county and towns The TOotioh carried and It was moved tbnt the motion made by Mrs AfW Baicotabe used us the I petition nnd published in TUB Ov lo rnii OOTLOOK with tho niiuie of the lUOinborH of the Union Tern perunce lcagdo IlluchedIJtrs Leo Ij Jirotlior Pros Mrs Lulu HCITOII V ProS Jliiss Anui Poters Treas Miss Ellen l5olsSec rotary Mrs John Scott 0 See ROLL Mostlnmes Luli Hcrron Jno Scott Salllo JJrotluT Will Conner Ashbj- Dawson Perry Goodpiister JJob Ks till Mike KurW To 8iHrowtiHoWn- Oud ll Jr Waltlon Rluhnrtl Cross M Gooiljiaster V nlluc Uudgcll Will Mark louott Lacy Motie Won vcr lUitli Kiirlirou li Missus MII- VUiingherty Ellen Holts Lillian DniiKlierty Slnrv Onilirill Lvtliu arvor Utith Rlchurds May Slirou- tilam JJnscoin EvaMcKinlvnnNoraI- Vtors Anna Pfltors Louisi UlldellII Dudley Jtotts Eihui Ityrotu Atchisou Mny KiiiLakl Elllo May Connor Currio Nixon Julia Elliott Emily JC Jgrtlut IJotts Mattiu- Woodson Stella IavsonR- rcsUaines i Leo D HrotlierCW Good paster Jasper Lacy Will Powers Arthur UvronTS Itarnes Joliti A Daupliprty Gay Slirout Will War nor S Jncksoii Murkland Pearce Goodpaster Oscar Palmer Miss Ma- niI jSlicelianM8sMarltWiIliainson W 1Jsconi nlle HlclHutchlnll Hanks Goodpastor NowtSlirout Vill ut Atchison Oscar llrotliorlomSImuit Jonnio rittplions D S Estill Jaco Mark Dr Mclutlro Kelly Ulciiards Klnc of Carlisle PaxtonofMt Stor Ihlr J J Nesliltt Espy Goodpaster John OillouJiin Gillim Darnell Lu licr Daulfl Morsel a i JelfDawscn Turner Perry C W YoiuijKord Pat 811 terson G T YOIIIIK Hen Perry W C Allon Jano Corbctt Miss Linda Al Jacob Kincaid Ida Elliott Dr Giulgeli J N Hyron S ITThoinpson GenrK Conner John K Conner H Ross James Ross Eel 15arnusStoiui Miss Sallie Daugherty Mrs Nannie SJLphenB TEACUEHB INSTITUTK The fol lowing tenchera ittteoded the Buth County Teachers Institute Jn pes is sinn from Monday till noon Friday lost wecfc Maggie Warren Carrie Myers ernleoWulk cr Evu II orte man EIIlIi l Swarte G W Thompson OlivluSat terflcld MnttieSpencerT J Crouch Alice Miil r Wm Nicfccll Uattib flurst G W Young MinnieCassity CTRuzor LidapIooreElizaHurris Maggie R Lntiirnin A B Shrout Eva McKin ivun B A Slirout Amanda 1endlo ton Lizzie Ciiruiody Bettie Vil hanii Euimallawkinffllattieliivis Oddio Power Chili BurhiT KiUi Glover Sum Burber Culeb Utter buck Annie SmoiitE II Donaldson Eva Jolinson Diijsy Cfltt J L liar rison Fannie Luno Birdiit Burry Berthu OilY Josiu Hicky Enxmn Watson Clarma Cassity F J Our IIHIU Lena Hazelrigt John IV nix M Karrick Carrie Nixon Eflli ring ProfBroraleyHatticSecrest 1lorVuctj Ivni ht A tune Sanders Biaihie Crouch Piekett Itt tlfe Virginia VinatPdile Mrs T M Perry UNtie Saunderg Miss Rat Jilf Sophia Jnckson IJnunty Supcrintendfint W P Perry cullud the Institute to order ntlQ n in Prof WUIiij of Lexhigtonserved us Instructor tliroimliout the Incji lutcnlliJ is paid to have ably ful Illlcd hill poPttion being one of the beet iiinlilied iiutrvctors in he As State is uvml only nfew tpnchers tbokjin active purL in the discus sionof the subjects chosen by the InstrlldfirJMiss Ruth Vysoroflluntin ton W VII on Thursduymorning en tertnined the Institute with uro citalOn 1uy morning the Institute through a cntnnilttce umde Super inieiidenl Porry a hnndsonio pres ent and after itdoping the follow reeolutionb adjtmrned Be it resolved that we the teachers of Bath county in Insti tute assembled extend our slnoere thanks to the good people of Ow ingvillc for the kind manner in which they hll v6 received us nnd for the interest manifested in our work ad To our Instructor we give Godspeed in his noble work of inspiration We have frit his in spiring influences ourselves und from deep experience testify to its depth nnd permanence 3d Parting is at all times u sorrow bul hen we part from one wild has ever been the teachers friend emotions of grief well from our stricken hearts Our elUcient Superintendent is about to part from us in oflicit capacity and while we strive to repregs our sor row we extend to him our feverent prayers for his future life nnd hnp pinoss 4th So much of tho pleasure of this Institute bus been secure lIby- tho delightful music mekdy fur nished us by our pianist that we extend to her our hcurtfblt grati tude and wish that God may make her life one grand sweet eong of 5thRcfolved that it is the sense of this Instituto that in 1906 the Superintendent cull the Insti Cur a term of two or three weeke and that such Instructors be cm ployed as will enable us to have a good normul school for the term IIboveweutf ned MRS A It SANhBHS Miss H SECUKST Tnos P Tnnoor Committee on Reoolutions Tho weather made n change Friday night and it been delightfully cool since W o cINTIRR DENTIST Over Outlook OIHco and Owtugaville- BankiuK Companys Buildinjr- OWlNGSVlLLEj KY rJ NewCuro for Con rr1pton New York Aug GThe circular which has been sent to physi elans by the New York Post Grail oate HoKpitu describing the nc mw vepetiiblc cure for eonauinp lion describes tire method u8 folI lowp Equal parts by weight of rat vegetables scrubbed with a brush in fresh water then mixed Dna chopped until the rinrtiiIes aoI small enough to go into the receive of n grinding iiiachinc whero theI mass is reduced to u pulp FVoui the pulp are colltctcd the juice which are squeezed out through a irourse muslin cloth The machines designed to tear and grind the mutts rather than to cut It up The vegetables firet used are potato onion beit turnipcabbagc and later Hro addeci sweet potato apple pineapple pursnip carrot and later still rhuliarb sum mer Eqtiiish tomato spinach rad ishes string beans and groen peas with podF This juice is prepared per day the hospital and kept oii ico Euch patient receives two ounces twice a iiay after meals The results of many months of xluiustivc and costly experiment fhow cumplcte ctirss in every in1 lice Eleven patients who beginning the treatment were sufI Iinsuranceat illal are on the high rriid to re covery The discovery is this That tlio compound of ri w vegetiible juices the long sought for element of diet needed to euro obstinate eases ivhcre Icsiqns ofhelungs have jersisted after the ravages of tile sells hnvo been checked appur entl and the general health of the aody ritstored as testified by ah in sreaso jn Weight Tim use of the iey com pound llus overcome tuis liflJculty to the complete eatisfac ion of n disinterested board of loctorA l It is belivedmoreover that this may l 1l t h f r f 1D1llIne frum ftnftJijrr I u- svlcIlltlon rIDI 8ulnll ox It is expectertthe posfgrnd isite hospital will advocate that the luiil eventually bo bottled and ilacod on tapat stations through nit the city und in drug stores at joda water fountains Till vegetable ju ico hasbecMi in USH nt thi pottgraifuate hospitals innex fur the treatment of con iimpion since January 7 of this rear Between January 7 and June 20 the records show that eleven pa tients huve been dischargrrt as lured after beinjs examined by a specially Buleclfd board if special ists unne of whom is interested li the txperfmente The tPHt number of curesev ereitclQd by ihe hospital inayear ivas thirteen InotJurIIdItl rans1 asm n curfs havebein made in a little more than1 live months rlhc vegetable juice treat meiit as under thiold method were mnde in y5ur This represents Itlpof 100 per cent in the proportion qf successful coses The report which ib hospital iuthoritie are circulating aaiohg the physicians is the one submitted Ut tlie executive cummi tee by Dr Johri F Rustellvrho Jlllhl had charge of thu titborculopip class lathe dis pcnsary sinco its Inception in 1808 The vegetable compound Js Dr Rttssella discovery Notwithstand ins the substantial nature othetests it has been will eonmitblmeclfonlyintho most modest claims to his discov ery I am convinced he says the vegetable fluid is a valuablo addi tion to the diet but feel that six months observation ia not a sullic ient period of observation to justify me in speaking positively ofisfull value As an investigator merely it would be more agreeable to wait until the end of the year but Idn not feel juPtiOed in with luilding longer on account of its use in these experiments because the results so fur are ao favorable The number of persons suffering Kth puluipnary tuberculosis is enormoup nnd the need for relief fa so pressing The principle upon which tRussells treatment of consumptidn is bused is that this dread disease primarily is duo to malnutrition which is to say tho consumptives liody does not absorb the elements nf food it needs to create normal blood The problem of weightgaining huving been solved already it re mained necessary to find some food which would restore the blood to its highest etflcioncy and it1 is be lieved the vegetable Jufces wilt do this Dr Donald M Barstow and Dr Thomas W Bickertnn who were appointed n committee by Hie hospital authorities to observe andre port on Dr Russells experiments were much impressed frith the re sults obtained from the new diet extlperirntcommittee and U not accepted as a positive cure for consumption but I will Bay that 1 am much pleased and surprised by the results ohtain eO They are better than I had supposed possible in pulmonary disease under the existirig condif tlona of ife In this city Tho new remedy docstnot work a cure in every inftmifc but it 1t least is good food indm york l complete revolution fn thetTeit1mom of the disease hardly expect u to happen ITh extent and Certainty of the cure depend on the progress of tho dfsbase Thtr nefr cure cnn heal tp a wounded lung or caUso it to heal but it cannot tanfce now lung tissue The only positively incurable cusoi nro tliuso which have been allowet go without treatment too long If people would only gee the idet that consumption is cirahlc rand loot dotlge tlio issue arid pretend they have only n hard dold or Ca tarrh they might go to a doctoral once for a cure and nearly all Could prpbahly bo suved According to a member of the inoS veetignling cotiiniittee the entire treutmbnt costs ubont 0II week in addition to tho usual cost of living One of his patients he said islnk mnkinghis TItos J JONES Livery Feed Salo Stciblo OW1NGSVILLE KY Headquarters for Iiorso and Hili denier T lepf no connection with PresViHi Station Private School HRS CORA CONNER Will open her school again the ad Honday in September Only a limited number taken For particulars apply to Mrs Conner Throe Days to California Thh Ts tllelrl1stimo between Chhugo luit San made by t Overland limited Leaves Union Eiiisscnger Station Chicago 605p m arrives San Fruncieco lie third day in limO for dinner Roiiui IbigagaiMilisrnikce k 8t Paul Railway Uninn Pucific Southern Pacific Line rAnofhergood train for Califor Din leaves Untpn Passenger Station Chicirgo JO 25 pm daily and takes a fpw ImurtM longer to make thefiui 1VAaiilier General Pus sender Ayenf Cliicagn or W S Elortll L8t Broadway New Yor Bath Countys TELEPHONE Fr nchise Rights FOR S A L E 2By order of tho Fisral ourt duly mndeut the April term 1005 1 wilt as Special Commissioner of said Court on the litli day of Sepfeni berj 1905 proceed to sell for cash iii hand to the higljest und best bidder at the Courtbouse door in OwingBville Kentucky the franchise rights to erect telephone lines over each turnpike nnd public road in Bath county sajd franchise privileges to run for the term lilt exceeding twenty years 1 will first sell sLid privileges over the following turn pike roads Maysyillc tSterling turnpike road Owingsville r Ml Sterling turnpike road Owiogsville BE Sharpshurg turnpike road Owihgs vlllc Sherhurne turnpikt road Owin sville Preston turnpike rond Qwingevillc Mcnifce to aienifce line turnpike rood Oiv ihgsvilleifeStepstone turnpike road Owirigsville 4 Wyoming turnpike rond Owiiigsville it aiclntire too Lfcking riyei turnpike road Ow ingsville Duwson turnpike road south Sberuurne Jt Upper Blue Licks turnpike road Bethel Lit tle Jnurdon turnpike roadUnion t Sharpjburg Sunders route turn pike road Union k Shnrpsburg RatHIT route turnpike rond Vy oming East Fork turnpike roud Tunnel Prickly Ash turnpike road Bethel Junction turnpike rood Muux Branch Convict road turnpike rod Pitll Lick Sulphur ciirnplke rood Bloores Ferry turn pike road Water Dell fc Licking river turnpike rond White Oak turnpike roiirt Preston Pee j Oak turnpike rond Big Slate Cnyk turnpike roud Bald Eagle it flold turnpike road Craigs turn pike road The Fiscal Court will be in ses sion on the day of sale and thb rigbtjto reject any nnd all bids for the e said rights is reserved A lilt when said bids are mntlu tlmt will bb Hcceptublo fnid sale vill be im mediately conlirmed by the rrder of said Court ainlv all previous grants mntle bytlt tircnJ Court for franchise rights to erect tele phones tc under Section 104 of the Constitution of Kentucky Ire void This July 2Gth 1005 JNO A DAUGHEUTY J HQ nnd Spccinl Commissioner 0 ro 0 laOW IB THE TIMb To save nioney on Bugst 6arn6s I have moro ffarness iiid flf tfer Hal Muss than any houso in Hunter KentucUy 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VIILCosTWUED i Slowly they made their way to the rIght side of the Salle where between two windows overlooking the fosse Jr Madame de Montespan the reigning4 favorite of the king held her court si About her crowded statesman and sol 4 t idier wit and court beauty knowing a d well that to gain her influence meant favor of the king She was clad tIna gown whose skirt was of slIver t ptleeue embroidered In gold touched with flamecolor with coat of Gros de 4 Tours also richly embroidered In gold 114cr hair was dressed in numberless e- i CUTIs one on each fide of tbe temples t i falling low on her cheeks tied here 4and there with black ribbons to the magnificent pearls once the property of the Marcchale de 1Hopl tal were attached A mantle of gold j dEspagne partly concealed one dlm 4 yled shoulder leaving the other with t out cover Her arms were bare to the elbow and encircled above by a gold openwork bracelet set with opals I xhllc gloves of creamcolored Brussels lace covered her forearms and hands Right royal did she appear In all the refulgence of her voluptuous beauty tbe envy of every feminine mind the 4 shrine before which each masculine heart bowed The two men first on tbe outskirts r of the crowd gradually worked theira a kit way toward the center of attraction S listening to the conversation of those they passed p Women are rakes by nature and prudes from necessity remarked Ia a E11Boehef ueauld In a low toneana with p t a slpslflcani jjaace at Madame de r ltol1 n True most women prefer that we j Should talk of their virtue rather i1 pJ than of their wit or their beauty p smilingly replied Fontanelle the 1 young nephew of Cornellle j for good reasons rejoined La 4 Rochefoucauld Are not beauty and youth as necessary to a womEn as the C air they breathe and the wine they drink Is It not valueless to a woman IJ1- 4 to be young unless pretty or to Irs pretty unless young What angels beautiful women ap pear to be sighed Racine joining the 4 party and what demons they really are who make us enter hell through the door of paradise Say rather that man Is fire wo I nan tow and the devil It Is who comes and blows gloomily remarked the Abbe Guyart You will agree with me Sir Abbe 3 a taiehed La Rochefoucauld saying tha an woman and the devil are the three degrees of comparison Or a perhaps you would put woman lastr Before the priest could make reply the voice of Madaae de Montespan was a board calling to them What are you conspirators talking qe about thatyou speak so low we cannot heat you Let us too share your I w beneBt by your wisdom Skavejat said replied La Rochee s feucauld uablushlngiy that there wererw women whose charms outlive beauty but that lHIIme the famous wit of the JolorteI airs would yet charm the world were I yoar unfnrpaM d beauty to fade l1udIbecome but equal to that of women Although he was a moralist La Xechefovcauld was still a courtier v Bd I tad bet remarked previous ly spoke up the young liar Pen taBclte thtt In the words of Francis FIrM of gracious memory A royal cowi without women Is like a year r SiH wring a swing without foyers Hi person to whom IKoe speeches f 3 were aMreseed smlted sweetly ajton r the speakers for all flattery howevers r-t Jt rcfls KM a sweets lIing Incense to Ss her trJkAnd you Sir Explorer she said 1 oldRgt La Salic who now stood 3 5wIth Tonti within the laser circle what doe ya4r experience teach you I jle say wroft this subject I My experience 1m New France iMsme has been mainly among sav- agese tbe wordwonian Is always as wfeted there with the word mar rise Then seeing by the frown Bfxm the beautys face that he land k eemmUtea1 SB toatocrettoB fee added v A bat there bea nty aid wit are aa 4T Imewfl jQWBtltles aad marriage la a JBeHwlfl1 servitude g That eoRdltten is not confined to zl New France replied Madame de- Monteapaa with a fitter emphasis pea the New What says your frleiidfreni Italy the Usd of romance sad beauty v Tewtl te Ithese remarks wets iHreeeed rsHed 4 41A 8tWIertl1etlCla from Italy has 5 MMt ttwe ta form eptetoiw OflHb J ftet s that tefeHig to LheeaIn fit the Mttrt Altawsb u to jMwrkge he p aiMed with a smiks aid tftiifcfo of the re I mw m toreIIr a saylag c we have In eHTe going warHy a prayer bcfare going to r ia say two prayers before marry iay tafe tf4 A 1HIrJKeC Iwgfcter from the group qcL jnWBte tWg reply rtet before anything ese was W i whser ettautthe rows The KIkgand JB a mo iiMit the crowd sarrouadlBg his Jar 2 1w4e alt pitted leaving aa open a a WAY down whisk he passed Jtefere thss Ube stood the chief- jfcwwt 9t the play cked by the MjHHlii lir whose advance jp 8 Nitrtk4 yet weak as water TZ l fM ktatcei et a mistress or frmr il wIks1CeraItgiiIeteryet ta JIs i d y 4aiisry oWi court ah doeIIIC JtI Wts rH lI7 III 1ttiIaW M r 1 c 1 t r j t1rf t t OtJlr 1 ir41 ti 4 bitterIestfriends ere sundown Ho was clad in a rich velvet coat with amazingly wide skirts brocaded waistcoat reaching halfway to the knee satin smallclothes and silk stockings silverbuckled shoes that came nearly up to the ankle with red heels four inches high an Immense wig covered with flour upon his head a threecornered cockaded hat a gold headed cane and diamondhlltei sword lie endeavored to move with dignity but he walked with a strut elbows sticking out rolling eyes and outturned toes A king indeed he was yet at once the strongest weak est grandest most ridiculous monarch of all Europe He had advanced halfway toward his favorite who was ready with a smile to greet him when he suddenly ctoppcd before one of the company who was clad in the prevailing mode but all of his garments were black In strange contrast with the peacock colors all about him while large bands of crape about the arms and stockings made him a prominent figure amid the otherwise brightly gay throng He was the husband of Madame de lIonte pan The king frowned Why all this dark array and black looks marquis For whom have you donned such heavy mourning be demanded For my wife was the reply as the man gazed steadily Into the eyes of Louis and then looked at Madame de Montespan who was turning white with anger The king flushed bit his lip then without a word turned upon his heel and walking to the door leading to his cabinet disappeared la Salle and Tonti moved toward the door as the company except those who had appointments with the king began to disperse I fear the royal temper will not be greatly sweetened by this incident remarked the former dryly TardlcuS I like the marquis cour age exclaimed Tonti by way of reply They had waited but a few minutes when the door opened and their names wrre called They entered the kings cabinet and found him seated at a long table littered with papers near by sat his Minister Colbert while in a windows embrasure on the further ride of the room stood the ministers secretary with his back to the rest of the company gazing out upon the streetLa Salle and Tofu advanced and stood at a respectful distance All look of annoyance had left the kings face as he addressed them So Sleur de la Salle you have brought your lieutenant with you for his commission I recollect him well Twas he that displayed such gal lantry in the Sicilian campaign I have also heard the story of his Iron band a brave deed bravely done Also of his actions before Messina his Imprisonment and nil TIs naught sire was Tontlfi reply In a deprecating ton arh knowledge of your appreciation of my efforts to senro your majesty yjihe captaincy and the 300 lines I received are ample rewards Louis looked at the speaker sharply as If to determine whether the irony he fancied he detccted in the last words were real or not There were other rewards given him which he has forgotten to mention said Colbert in a hesitating tone It Is not usual for foreign offi cers to occupy the responsible post Ions In the royd forces that he has held That of Itself ought to be dim Unction enough Your majesty has just asked me for my humble opinion as to the brave capltalnes commis sloe Like all of my opinions It would be worthless but I should not recom mend the signing of It Under the cloak of humility the wily minister threw such a tone of meaning that Louis Instantly demand ed his reason A thoroughly selfish one sire but natural in one devoted to your Interests Have we too many omcers whom you can trust as you do this brave Italian Would you not In your anxiety to please the Sleur de la Salle be robbing yours 1fCould not so gal lant a soldier best serve the king by remaining In France War Is again Imminent and it will not bo long ere the Capitaine Tonti will have another chance to perform other gallant deeds and reap rich rewards Tha king seemed struck by the argument advocated the more so as It ap pealed to the selfish side of his na ture He bit the end of his pen a mo ment then throwing it down before him on the table and pushing the com mission to one side fie turned to Tonti True words Indeed he said and ones that but echo my own thoughts We have need of strong arms clear heads and loyal hearts In our service We think on the whoe Sleur de la Salle that you can find a fit lieutenant for your enterprise with out taking from us our true and tried olHcers La Salic was about to speak when ToatI advancing a step and with a meaning glance at Colbert thus ad dressed the king He Indeed sIre speaks truly when he says that there were other re wards given me which T forbore not forgot to mention rewards received from the hands of an ambitious and unscrupulous minister rather than tboseot a grateful and generous kingSHow now Sir Capital e angrily Interrupted Louis We like not to hear such words concerning our chief officer of state Pardon sire replied Tent Soft words are not always true ones The rewards referred to I shall enumerate in a moment if you have the patience My father brought me here a child He found a great king reigning over a mighty kingdom with an empty treasury He devised a plan for the filling of that treasury You would not permit him to carry It to conclusion you Intrusted it to the unskilled ignorant hand of your minister It failed He studied the plan more care fully and saw the merit of my fathers minute advice hitherto unheeded He tried again he succeeded and now his successor sits here the second man in France while my father to whom all was deWas amply rewarded Interposed Louis and went back to Italy to live In welldeserved comfort his remain lag days dying In peace shortly after his returnNo explained Tontl with a menacing glance at Colbert That was probably what hist lying tongue told you Ah Sire the life of a loyal soldier was ever mine Through the years of rough campaigning through siege and sortie camp and meet I performed those deeds that you havo graciously enumerated and returned home to find the father who ought to have been loaded down with hoe ors Awaiting the arrival of bis soldier son fresh from a hundred attleOToflU stopped aa Instant as though to gala 1tfolaf himself The king was listening earnestly Colbert pit 1adis4atatllLmIE3ipon kii U 0 c C r t f L f r 1 a venomous look In his eyes iand find the father whose skill in and gratitude to the monarch that received him an exile had given you the means of conducting a glorious war and gathering frsh laurels that can never fade that rather who de served as his reward the half cf your kingdom and a plac at your right hand who taught mt fear Got and honor the king as the first whole sentence my young lips rramedto find I say that he had been house in tho Bastille since my derarture that he had died alone and ip prison died a victim of the cruelty and neglect of his gaolers Tell me sire Is that the way to reward a faithful servant For my own reward paltry though It was I do not complain but novt when I come to you loaded down with this gross Injustice and wrong and bejf a favor such as the present am I to bj refused Nay this Is a favor I now beg ask yea more than that demand of you It is not the days of flghtlog the nights of vigilance the dangers met and passed the cords that bound these wrists in captivity the loss of this handhere Tonti struck the table with his gloved hand causing a sharp inetalllc sound and the shame at having chosen an ungrateful king to serve that cries to you now from the ma ith of a bumble capttalne It Is morel It Is a voice higher than the voice of kings louder than the justice calling to a great monarch one who beJJeves himself to be just whose klpgly nature cannot afford to be ungrateful do even the meanest of his subjects King though he was Louis delighted in a brave man even though he were opposed to him The better nature of the monarch was stirred at such evi dent Injustice at his hands to In stead of being angry at Tonti for his plain speaking strange speech indeed for royal cars to hear he turned sharply toward Colbert Your explanation he demanded curtlyYou will recollect sire that after the failure of the elder TonUs plan you were very much enraged feeling that he had deceived you and desired his name placed on the list of those liable to have lettres de cachet issued against them said Colbert In an Insinuating tone as though fearful of showing the king the fault of his own doing In some way his name was not erased and In duo process of time you yourself signed one far him he was apprehended confined in the Bastille and died not by cruelty of those who cared for him as his son suggests but by his own hand Soue one else must have told you the stoy about his re tirement to Italy I lave never heard It said J A HAND WAS LAID UPON HIS ShOULDER The king looked at his ollytongued servant long and suspiciously but such was the confidence placed In him and so great was his influence over the royal mind that Louis finally with drew his gaze and muttering I must have Igncd it without looking at the name he seized a pen and taking up the unsigned commission before him Interpolated a few words and hurriedly wrote the word Louis then handed It to Tout saying Shame on an ungrateful king Ac cpt this commission as a partial return for your own wrongs In It I have added several privileges additional As to the injustice to your father be lieve me Louis who loves ta be called the just will watch over your en deayqrs in the new world and reward them tenfold making up to the son in some measure the wrong su Zered by the father at my hands Go and may success be yours and let it le known that he who opposes you strifces at the king Tontl received his commission In si lence and after bending and klrslne the royal hand left the room La Salle at a signal from Colbert re mained Louis buried himself loa lengthy document Colbert called to him his secretary He was the Comte de Mires White with rage the mla Isier whispered or rather hissed into his ear Did you see that man who just now left the cabinet The Comte nodded Kill nv him within 24 hours The Corale glided out by an other door- Meanwhile Tout waited for his friend In the Grant Salle Not more than 20 people remained chiefly gath ered about mademoiselle at the farther end of the room He joined them and listened as mademoiselle related the incident of Renee and the accident to her chair During the recital he worked his way into a position near her elbow When she bad finished he asked In a low tone and with forced Indifference and who might the for tunat cavalier be who came so happily to her aid She did not speak his name Then In tones so low that only Tonti could hear she added with a spiteful gleam in her eyeUbut she recognized him It was the great explorer then turned her head away Tonti was dazed There was only one great ixplorer and how she could have contended himself with La Salle he knew not Smarting with huit pride and disap pointment be looked across to the other side of the group ard saw the lowering face and hatefilled eyes of the Comte de Miron and in that glance he recognized his antagonist of the daY before To Be Continued Comparative Condition Philosophers claim that distress even when positive or superlative is ctill only comparative which bears out the answer tbatlir George Edwards who recently returned to England made to Birmingham manu facturer who was complaining or hard times The pressure of the times is such in our city said the Birmingham man that we have good workmen who will get up the inside of a watch shllIlnssIrpab compared to London replied Mr Edwaros Weihaye boys here who will get up the Jhslde of a chimney for sixpence rNY Herald v 10 L IJ JACOB AT- HARANPARrIThe Wooing of Rachel =I OUR BIBLE STORY by the I Highway and Preacher I IIIal Copyright by JM Efcoa Scripture Authority And It came to pass when Jacob saw Rachel the daughter of Laban his mother brother that Jacob went near and rolled the atone from the wells mouth and watered the flock of Laban his mothers brother And Jacob kissed Rachel and lifted up his voice and wept And Jacob told Rachel that he was her fathers brother and that ho was Kebekahs son and she ran and told her father And It came to pass when Laban heard the tidings of Jacob his sisters son that he ran to meet him and embraced him and klsied him and brought him to his house And he told Laban all these things And Iabar said to him Surely thou art my bone and my flflesh And he abode with him the space of a montbGen 291014 V ACOB paused as I he rested the jar of water on the ivwell curbing and watched his cou s ns animated face During the t three weeks he had been In his uncles home he I had discovered rJthat there was a strong bond sympathy ofI the beautiful he had first met at the well and self Usually reticent and reserved ho found himself talking with her with a freedom which he never thought possible with anyone Day after day as the sun was setting and the flocks were gathering he had gone to the well and drawn the water for Rachels flocks and as the sheep wan dared slowly homeward they had had delightful talks together Rachel had confided her little secrets to him and he in turn had told her pf his home of his father and mother of his brother Esau and of the events lead- Ing up to his departure from home Her ready sympathy and quick understand- Ing encouraged and cheered him The loneliness and homesickness which he had felt at first over separation from his home and his mother bad yielded to tho sweet Influence of his fair cousin and he found delight and comforMn her com panionship That afternoon the other flocks bad been watered first and hd departed leaving them alone The sun had just dropped out of sight and was sending up Its shaft of golden light and at the point where It touched the fleecy bank of clouds floating In the heavens there came a rift like some great door rolling back to give entrance to the heavens be yond Below little filmy snowwhite cloudlets floated about and here and there touched the sunbeam and- asmed to be mountingupwar- dSeeJacob had rledeagerly carried back in memory to that ncs Bethel see the ladder and the angelsi then under the Inspiration of the moment he had gone on and told Rachel the story of his vision while she listened with breathless interest Oh I should like to have seen It sn e exclaimed clasping her hands In her lap and gazing upward latently as though she half hoped and expected to see the real ladder reaching to Heaven the opening portals and the ascending and descending angels And did you say that your God spoke to you Rachel continued In awed voice and lowering her eyes to Jacobs face she walled for him to reply did He say urged the girl with Intense interest He told me He was the God of Abra ham and of Isaac and that He would bless me and keep me and return me to the land of my fathers and give It to me and to my seed Rachel sat silent deep in thought while Jacob finished watering the sheep and then they started homeward- It Is wonderful she burst out at lastuand I believe He will do It dont youWhoWh t asked Jacob In con fusion for his mind was so filled with thoughts of the beautiful girl at his side that he had quite forgotten what he bad last what God promised you Oh yes of course he replied smil ing down at her appreciatively Hlthere watch your sheep Jacob and Rachel startled by the mud den shout looked up to see the latters father pointing impatiently the sheep which had scattered and were wandering farther and farther across the fields as they cropped here and there the sue culent grasses They had quite forgot ten them so absorbed had they been in each other but now aroused to their duty they started off guiltily making no reply to Laban who stood watching themHumph he ejaculated havent eyes for much else but each other What mother said was true I guess Neednt be afraid that Jacob will want to leave In a hurry My but he Is a great fellow with the sheep and the cattle Never would have pulled those lambs through If it hadnt been for his help Seems to know just what they need And the cat tie are beginning to look better already under his care and the crafty Laban smiled complacently to himself as he proceeded homeward Well mother he exclaimed as he removed his sandals and seated him self on the rug just outside the tent door where his wife was busy prepar- Ing the evening meal Jacob does seem mightily interested In Rachel Think 1 will be able to drive a bar gain with him to stay Yes It Is all very well for Rachel but what of Leak Remember she Is the elder daughter And she stirred the pot vigorously by way of em phasis Yes I know but we must keep Jacob somehow The cattle are doing fine I tell you he Is a master hand at managing and Laban looked at his wife a bit anxiously for he feared her jealousy for Leahs rights might cause trouble He coveted the serv ices of Jacob and was willing to sac rifice the custom or his people for the sake of maki g a bargain with himHis wife made no response and nothing more was said on the sub- Ject but her mind was busy with a plan to help her daughter Leah Surprised Hero Mayor Samuel Roberts of Norris town Pa has put himself In line for a Carnegie medal He was fishing from a boat in the Delaware river when he noticed that two boys had fallen off a swimming raft and were In danger of being drowned Mr Roberta rowed to the scene and plunging In the water without time to take off his clothing grabbed the boys by the hair as they were going down a third Urns When the mayor drew hUll to the annie treat was his l r h M 1 114 J Yr d ir The next day as Rachel was prey paring to drive the flocks to the well as usual her mother said Leah will water the sheep tonight for I want you to help me with tile work at home Rachels face fell But why cant I gcr with the sheep mother she asked petulantly Leah can help you better than I5Yes but It Is time you were learn lag to do more Leah shall go And that settled lt and Rachel watched her sister depart with anx bus heart Would Jacob be there Of course he would for had he not so whispered to her as he hall left in the morning to go with her rather and brothers to the fields She won dered whether he would miss her Would he tell her sister all the In teresting stories he had related to her Would he be as gentle and kind to Leah as he had been to her Perhaps he would enjoy her sisters com pany as much as he had hers Her heart was quite miserable If she had ever spent an unhappy hour it was that night and the Jays and nights which followed That day as on other days Jacob hastened from the fields when the days work was done and went towards the well He had come to look upon those meetings with Rachel as the brightest and most delightful of all the day All day long he looked for ward to the hour when lie could dip from the well tbdwater for her sheep and could talk with her Surely the Lord la good to have brought me to this place be ex claimed to himself as he stooped and picked some of the lilies growing in profusion all over the fields These will look beautiful in her dark hair thoughtHe the other shepherds gath ered at the well and they greeted him goodnaturedly They had become used to his visits hither and bad chafed him not a little on his devo tion to his pretty cousin Tonight noticing the flowers In his hand they asked him If he had brought them to feed the lambs Not enough for a taste said one No responded another but he can give them all a smell around and make them believe they are still roaming the fields They all laughed at this sally and Jacob too happy to take offense at the crude joking replied These lilies bloomed for the fairest ol maidens And here she comes he add ed as he lifted his eyes and saw Labans sheep coming and a girlish figure in their midst He hoHbed to her and then started towaids her waving the blossoms above his head and shouting See what I havegathered for thee Suddenly he stopped That was not Rchel It was Leab Disappointment and anxiety seized blmHe dropped the flowers In the grass the flowers he had expected to see smile forth from Rachels dark tresses and then eager to know why she had not come he hastened to Leahs side and aehed Where is B rflreT IssheilTT LestfTJoted the disappointment In his face It sent a pang to her heart for since the coming of her cousin therehad grown up In her heart a tender regard for him and she had watched with jealous eye the intimacy which had sprung up between him and Rachel And now It was plain to see that he had no welcome for her His whole thought was of Rachel Trying to disguise her feel lags she looked up Into Jacobs face with her great lustrous eyes and smiled and saidRachel Is at home She could not comeBut why Jacob asked shortly searching the face of the woman before himMother would not let her she re sponded In a confused sort of way and then added bastllyUBut we are wast- Ing time The sheep must be watered As Leah moved towards the well whither the sheep had eagerly gone and where they were now bleating impatient ly Jacob was tempted to turn away and leave her to water the sheep alone but getting the better of his illnature he followed and silently dipped the water from the well for her And while she was busy giving to the thirsty animals he watched her He could not help making comparisons between her and her sister the contrasts wore so great Her face was plain to almost homeliness and her figure lacked the rounded grace which her more favored sister possessed but as she raised her eyes and looked towards him he noticed how wonderfully deep and expressive they were One looking Into them became Instantly con scious that behind them was a gentle tender spirit But he could not forget or forgive her for having come In her sisters place and so despite her evident desire to be bright and cheerful the walk home was made almost In silence Jacob answering her questions in monosyllables while his thoughts went out to the absent girl The next day and the next he went to the well In hopes that at last Rachel would be there but disappointment suc ceeded disappointment and during those two days he only had fleeting glimpses of the girl Not so much as a word or a smile He wondered if she was avoiding him His heart was troubled and he grew gloomy and homesick Tle next day Laban was going with the boys to shear sheep down the valley by the river side where the wool could be washed and Jacob was going along He felt he must see Rachel before going and watching his opportunity he Intercepted her as she was leaving her mothers tent but the only reward of his vigilance was a smile and a nod from her for just as he reaced her side her mother called her and like a frightened bird she had flown back Into the tent The days dragged on The sheep were sheared and though his spirits were low Jacob had again proved his skill and Laban was more than ever pleased with his sisters boy On the third day they returned home and as they came through the fields bya little wooded strip not far from the house Jacob lingered behind why he knew not save that his heart was heavy and sad As he sat under one of the trees won dering If he was going to see his beloved Rachel he felt a gentle touch upon his arm and looking p found her bending over him And you havent been trying to avoid me he asked for the fiftieth time as they walked slowly homeward And for the fiftieth time Rachel responded Oh Jacob If you could only know how sad and lonesome I have been surprise to find they were his own children Sweetly Wicked While our actors with few exceptions are overemphatic our actresses have no other aim than to be sweeter than sugar They forget that sweet ness cautot express all the emotions Even the wickedest parts are too often interpreted by ladles who purr and coo and mispronounce tuelr words and mean nothing Blackwoods Maga sine y ji 2 i SIl rc 5 l 7wsNr I TATE ITEMS OF INTEREST THE SMITH MURDER William Newton Relative of Cal New ton Under Arrest Frankfort Ky Aug 26 William aged 23 years relative of Cal Newton who is charged with the murder of the Smiths father and son at Elmvllle was arrested near that place Friday afternoon He was not brought to Jail here but kept under guard over night at the home of Sheriff Jeffers There he was sweated by Common wealths Attorney Franklin the sher iff and Detectives Robert Stubbs and Fred Kenner of the city department of New Orleans La who are In Ken tucky on business and happened to bo guests at the sheriffs home The con ference lasted until midnight and the length of It and the fact that Newton was not brought on to jail here are taken as evidence that he has broken down and told a story to the officers The new suspect according to Cal Newtons own statement was with him all of the morning of the day of the shooting and at the time it took place RESULT OF A FEUD Louis Reitman Shoots His Brother and His SlsterlnLaw Covington Ky Aug 24Louis Reitman was arrested at noon by Mar shal Bockert while he was crossing the river to the Ohio side The mar shal followed him up In a skiff He was locked up In the Delhi jail Thu dying embers of an ancient feud long forgotten were fanned into flame at Taylortsport Boone county Ky and Louis Reltman farmer was arrested while side by side In their little cot tage on Strlngtown pike lie Jacob his brother and his wife Sarah their heads torn by charges of shot fired by Reitman Long ago the feud of the Reitmans became a memory in Tay lorsport Everybody had forgotten It except Louis He had a grievance or believed he had and It haunted his mind until It became his dream by night and the inspirer to vengeance by day COAL LANDS SOLD An Eastern Syndicate Buys 25000 Acres In Eastern Kentucky Mt Sterling Ky Aug 26The North American Coal Co headed by J Plerpont Morgan of New York has just completed a purchase of 25000 acres of coal lands In Pike Johnson and Floyd counties in the Big Sandy valley The lands cost about 300000 and developments will be begun at once The coal company has an option on 10000 acres additional A representative of the company says several mines will be opened and railroads built to connect with the C it O The entrance of Morgans company into Eastern Kentucky means much toita vast undeveloped resources Woman Overturned a Saloon Sergent Ky Aug 2Mrs Mary Jones 36 a mountain woman of the Knott county border who has fought the liquor question for years went to a nearby saloon of the blind tiger kind and with great strength turned it over a 30foot embankment into the waters of Troublesome creek Destructive Cloudburst Paducah Ky Aug 25A cloud burst did great damage in this county Water on the country roads was six Inches deep and In places fences five feet high were submerged Lightning damaged trees and barns and it is reported that several head of cattle were killedSHis Bond Placed at 5000 Frankfort Ky Aug 26Deputy United States Marshall F 1 Horn of Knott county who several days ago shot and killed Irvin Short an alleged moonshiner surrendered himself to Commissioner Chapman and was re leased on bond of 5000 to answer to the United States district court Poolrooms May Reopen Newport Ky Aug 20 Negotiations under way looking to the location here of the poolrooms recently compelled to close tip in Covington With the final closing of the Latonia race track It is said that the operators will try it in Campbell county A College Contract Let Scottsvllle Ky Aug 25Contracts have been signed for the construction of the new college to be erected In Scottsvllle The contract calls for the completion of the building In 90 days Railway Sued By Administrator Henderson Ky Aug 25The ad ministrator of the estate of John Warner has filed suit for 15000 damages against the Illinois Central Railroad Co Warner was run over and killed by defendants train last June Cut 141s Throat Covington Ky Aug 26 George Woelfel an expert machinist who shot his former employer Richard C Stew art of the Stewart Iron works In this city last February 16 committed sui cide at his home in Cincinnati by cut ting his throat- On An Embezzlement Charge Mt Sterling Ky Aug 25W D Archibald cashier of the defunct West Liberty bank at West Liberty Morgan county has been arrested on the charge of embezzlement connected with the failure of tne bank The Methodist Conference Leltchfleld Ky Aug 2The Moth odist conference will be held In Leitch field on September 27 There will be 250 or 300 preachers In attendance and the citizens of the town are pre paring to give them a hospitable wel come Lunatic Found Lexington Ky Aug 25W P Crenshaw who escaped from the Lakeand asylum wandered to the home of Andrew Bowman In this coun ty Relatives took Crenshaw in charge and returned him to Lakeland asylum Record Fills 2500 Pages Winchester Ky Aug 25The tee ord In the double appeal taken from the Clark county circuit court Tiy the opposing sides in the Marcum damage suit has been filed in the court of appeals It is a voluminous document of- some 2500 peges- Committed Suicide By Shooting Mt Vernon Ky Aug 4After brooding for days over recent troubles he bad at Jelllco and because he was Jilted by the girl he loves Mlllur Rash aged 26 a farmer committed suicide by shooting himself JUMPED FROM A ROOF a But the Fugitive Was Caught By Offi cers As He Landed Lexington Ky Aug 25After eluJ log the police for three months Ollie Bush son of a prominent Henry coun ty farmer was brought here from his fathers home and arraigned before County Judge Bullock on a charge made by Miss Rosa McKenna aged 18 In default of 1000 ball he was remanded to jail to await trial The charge against Bush was made three months ago and the young lady In question Is now confined In a hospital in Louisville Ky The young people were both employed at the Eastern Kentucky lunatic asylum In this city The complainant is the daughter of Mrs John Vaughn of Fifth and Chest nut streets and is one of the most beautiful young girls In the city When the officers from this city at tempted to arrest Bush he made an unsuccessful effort to escape by way of the roof of his fathers house He was caught as he jumped to the ground THE THIRD REGIMENT It Arrives In Camp YelserIseom posed Principally of Veterans Paducah Ky Aug 26The Third regiment arrived at Camp Yeiser The Bloody Third as It is known for valiant service in the Philippines Is composed principally of veterans The rompanlcs are from Bowling Green Central City Henderson Hopklnsvllle Mayfield Owensboro Madlsonvllle and Earllngton Another storm hit the camp at 1 oclock There was a small panic among the general officers GOT Beckham and his staff For an hour the lightning was one continuous flash The governor worked heroic ally with Gen Haley to keep elr tent from going down Both were drenched with rain This was the second storm the governor experienced in camp in 24 hours Friday night Gov Beckbam and staff gave the society people of Paducah a german at the Park pavilion FIRE AT PADUCAH Three Tobacco Warehouses With Con i tents Were Destroyed Paducah Ky Aug 24 Tire destroy ed the J W Farmer andZC Gra ham Tobacco Co warehouses and the Herndon and Tucker rehandling house with between 500 and 800 hogsheads of tobacco Loss between 75000 nnd 100000 Mostly covered by man ance James Harrison colored dropped dead at the tire from heat Trotters To Meet Lexington Ky Aug 24 Secretary Wilson of the Kentucky Trottiug Horse Breeders association says it is likely that he will arrange a tnreecor nered match race here in October be tween Sweet Marie Tiverton and Sa die Mack He says It looks now as though these stars will be fit to meet In a genuine contest for 10000 a side by the time of the Lexington meet or 30000 for the winner Stampede Among Tax Payers Glasgow Ky Aug 25Frank A Lucas auditors agent for the state atlarge has created somewhat of a stampede among the tax payers of this county by notifying 300 of them of personal property omitted by them ranging In amounts from 300 to 130 000 and running from one to five years Fifty Men on Guard Lexington Ky Aug 2GCot Roger D Williams arrived here from Russell ville with the Lexington and Frankfort companies of the Second regiment having left a provisional company of 50 men and a Gatling gun under com mand of CapC Longmire to guard the prisoners who are to be tried for assaulting Mary Gladder Coal Mine Sold Spottsvllle Ky Aug 24 Announce ment was made of the sale of the Arnold coal mines here by ithe Green River Coal Co to a party of Pennajl vania capitalists The transfer will take place at once and several nerr shafts will be sunk The property is said to be worth 150000 Died of Hydrophobia Covington Ky Aug 24About six weeks ago the 11yearold son of Win Wellbrock living on the Lexington pike was attacked by a supposed mad dog and bitten about the face He Is dead Husband and Wife Accused of Forgery Campton Ky Aug25A warrant has been Issued for James Little and wife Jointly accused of forgery A check bearing the name of J Ab Al len alleged to have been forged was presented to a bank for collection Wealthy Timber Merchant Killed London Ky Aug 26 George Far rig a wealthy timber merchant nf Grays Knoxcounty was shot and kill ed near here Facts have developed which point to a probability that Far ris was murderedby negro and robbed Lives Week With His graIn Exposed Stitbton Ky Aug 26Charles Cathern 50 is dead from a wound In the head selfinflicted on August 16 He used a shotgun and lived a week with part of his skull torn away and the brain exposed Funeral of Mayor Cole Barbourvllle Ky Aug 25The fn neral services of Henry C Cole late mayor of Barbourvllle occurred here at the First Methodist church The local Masonic land Red Men orders participated Interment was in the city cemetery The Price Farm Leased Lexington Ky Aug 25E R Bradley of Chicago has leased for a num ber of years the farm of the late Dr Price on the Leestown pike This placa was formerly the home of the noted trotting stallion George Wilkes Four Killed By An Explosion PIkevIlle Ky Aug 24The premature explosion of dynamite at Marrowbone a small mining camp 20 miles from this city killed four men and so lously Injured four others The dead Joe Perkins Morgan Reynolds John Coleman and Eph Patters Bought By Standard Oil Sergent Ky Aug 2CTbe Stand ard Oil Co has just bought the Stephens Lumber and Stave Co and the Indian Creek and Pound River rail road extension to Indian Creek and will extend the line ten miles further 5T 44 tf CQVXEXCS AKD XKDTJSTXT One large concern la the United States turns out 15 tin cans to every person In the United States Ten times as many Inquiries for southern Investments are made at the present time as were made one yeartrago The semiannual interest payments to savings depositors of Chicago baaks amounted this year to 1850000 OB i Jaggregate of 1136000000 of deposit The Imperial Tobacco company of Great Britain repots profits for the half year ended April 30 substantially Increased over the same period last year An interim dividend of six per cent has beer declared OB the proS feered ordinary shares Splttal spade works Berwick holds a remarkable record The seven senior employes have a total service of 371 years averaging 53 Joha Park though 90 years old still does his days work as blacksmith after 62 years serviceSSince 1880 when the Japanese archl jpelago exported but 20000 tons of coal the production of the black diamond 4 in the archipelago has Increased 677 per cent Thirteen million tons were mined last year of which 3000000 J were shipped out of the country j I Twentyone articles or groups of ar ticks having each a total value of 11000000 or over were Imported late the United States from Germany la the last fiscal year and 20 artlcIeshavlnB a total value of 1000000 or over each were exported to Germany during the same period ELECTEb sCXIlcCZ tceFine gold has been found to be slightly soluble in a strong solution of yellow I ammonium sulphide tSAn experiment with vacuum tubes of several kinds by Herr Hess showed that external friction of the tube such as rubbing with the free hand stimulates conductivity within John Butler Burke who through the discovery of radiographs has suddaal become the most talked of man In th United Kingdom as a man of science Is an Irishman and was graduated from Trinity college Radium like all other things must be known by what it does And so far as e known the doings of radium have no parallel In nature The chemist has seen that It shines by Its own light and this sot for a day a month a year butlor an illimitable period New smokeburning appliance con tinue to use up a considerable share of the worlds Inventive energy The prom 5 ising idea of a Belgian chemist consists In drawing the smoke out of the chimney by an aspirator and passing it through a filter ofcoke saturated withpetroleum The alter collects the soot while the gases passing through are saade com bustible by the enriching with petrol um vapor There Is no loss as the coke of the filter Is an exeeHet fuel TAUI OLD A Scotch DeplBJe after telling his scholars the story of Ananias and Sap phlra askti them Whydoes BslGod strike everybody dead that tells alter After a long silence one little fellow ex claimed Because there wouldni be nobody left j A newly arrived Immigrant who had seen the sign Shoes repaired while you wait opened a barber shop and put a card in his window which bore the le gend A good shave while you wait And the novelty of his announcement really attracted customers The wags enjoyed Jollying him and he actually bullded bettor than he knew Hume the historian found himself one day at a social dinner next to Lord John Russell In the course of conver ration his lordship maid What do you ronslder the object of legislation The greatest good to the greatest num her was Homes answej And what do yen consider the greatest number continued Lord John Russell Number one my lord was the historian prompt reply 5RACIAL PECULIARITIES Stammering Is unknown among say age tribes The native of India has an average life of 24 years as against 44 in England The children of AInos a people living In northern Japan do not receive their names until they are five years old It is the father who then chooses tiaajjr by which the child Is afterwards to a called In Iceland that country of gentle and oldfashioned customs It has always ben the fashion to present to the baby when its first tooth appeared a lamb to be Its very own cared for and tended as no other pet could be and never to be parted with- Conspicuous amocg the adornments of the bridal feast In Brittany Is an artisticSand elaborate butter structure as fanci Cut and elegant as the most beautiful bridal cake and Into this structure the guests stick split stick1s bearing colas of gold or silver OUST THE DEMON A Tussle with Colas There Is something fairly demoniacal In the way coffee sometimes wreaks its endUh malice OB those who use It A lady writing from Calif says My husband and I both lovers of coffee suffered for some time from a cryannoying form of nervousness ac companied by most frightful head aches la mown case there was eventually developed some sort of af ectlon of the serves leading from the spine to the head I was unable io hold my head up straight the tension of the nerves drew It to one side causing me the most intense pain vVgot no relief from medicine and were puzzled as to what caused the trouble till a friend sag ested that possibly the coffee we rank had something to do with it and advised that we quit It and try Hutttm Coffee We followed his advice and from the day that we began to use Postam we both began ta improve and la a very short time both of us were ea Irely relieved The nerves became steady once more the headache ceased he muscles In the back of my Sfck re Jaxed my head KVd r the dreadful pain that had sopuaimjit rae while I used the old kind of rr vanished fSWe have never resumed the use Oj the old coffee but relish our Postern every day as well ts we did the former beverage And wd are delighted to Aid yr that we can give it freely to our chll Iren also something we never dared to do with the old kind of coffee Name given by Postum Co Battl Creek Mich Postum Coffee contains absolutely BO drugs of any kind but relieves the coffee drinker from the old drug pot son Theres a reasoa I 4 tb 1qL I o q 1 I qL 1f j I NEWS NOTES OF- t GENERAL INTEREST Intelligence Collected And Given to Our Readers in a COM I Cdensed Form 9 f DOMESTIC AND FOREIgN ITEMS Ti A Summary of Prominent Events That I i h Have Taken Place During the Put lAblmc v Few Days The Movements of GoVernment Official A dispatch from Guntzellng the headquarters of the Russian army Ins Manchuria says that the Japanese are concentrating at Lltzatal In the val 1 ley of the rivers Tzin Khoun and Gou nlan whence 10000 of them are ad Tanclng In a northwesterly direction At a meeting of the Chicago Typo thetae it was decided not to make dtiy icentrcta on the eight hour day basis 4 a result a strike of printers In tho job offices represented by the as lsodatlon Is expected MichiganIone a rowbOat John Chartres and Miss Zel da Stewart of Evanston Ill were rescued Both were In a precarious condition Kdwln H Conger of Iowa has re signed his post as American ambas- saIdort lo Mexico to take effect October J 18 next and President Roosevelt has it I accepted the resignation David MI Thompson now American ambassador S to tifazll may succeed him A1 Nelson Thomassoh a wellknown vessel man of Chicago Is authority t for the statement that a syndicate is to b formed to dig a canal from Au Tritn on Lake Superior to Gladstone lJ3 or Escanabla on Lake Michigan At a public meeting in the town han at Moscow the emperors manifesto on c the douma project was discussed One speaker denounced the manifesto and 4 the project In violent terms Another p Urged armed rebellions Women cat fanciers living in van 4 ous parts of the country Incorporated r r at Albany N Y the Lock Haven Cat Jlub for the purpose of cultivating an Interest in the ownership of thorough 4 bred cats 4 Wm Gibson engineer of Kansas x City Olsen fireman and Clarence i Reese conductor were killed In a e headon collision of two Union Pacific I passenger trains near Rossville Kan Now York Importers were notified t y cable that all grades of diamonds I hid been advanced by the London syn I dicate 5 per cent The reason assign ed Is the scarcity of the stones Arrangements have been made by the Jefferson club Chicago for a fare well banquet September 15 to William I4 J Bryan previous to his departure for an extended tour around the world Vice Adm Rojestvensky In a lettJi says he expects to have fully recover I ed from the wounds received in the c t t ofSI Announcement that August Belmont Myron T Herrick Murray Verner and ojhers have formed a combination of gas and electric lighting traction corn- p J1leS in Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio was made JA ilill president of the defunct jibDenver Savings Bank was arrested McAlIster I T by Chief of Police Polllcr on Information from the Denver authorities Frederick A Peckham indicted for 1tcopUclt In the department of agri culture cotton report scandals was ar rested at Saratoga and arraigned be fore United States Commissioner Chprles H Davidson who ordered an adjournment of examination The cruiser Rainbow the flagship of r the Philippine squadron with Rr Adm Relter on board went ashore atvthe mouth of the Aguesen river Butuan bay in Northern Mindanao The ice l t eel Is not damaged 5Seeretary Egan of the state board t investigated the Brownsville IlL case and found the alleged yellow fever victim had only a severe case of the cramps and was at work again of it gThe entire businesh district of Lake I ProvideneyfESCwas declared Infected jf w fever and a vigorous cam aign against the itegomyia was inau gurated the accession by a Bern dotts 1 the Norwegian throne has Jundergone a complete change King tbeacceptiIf The Japanese transport Klnjo was y r sunk In a collision with the British i jste rBaratoagOnAugust 22 In the I Inland sea One hundred and twenty di t seven Invalided Japanese soldiers were drpwied 1rothi+ county Ga The t lag was doae by Isoa Kendrlck white v who himself was wounded by the ne irt gro s HuddIed together within an open and t i dry spot but a few feet square In the ft b ielee swamps nOrth of Eecanabli l IIi1L a searchlBg party fouad six halfsiarvcd halfcrazed wOB ea and i1 children alii prominent In EscanSbla l who Had been waadering about for two 1 1 das knd ts were members tl 111of a bmllllsparty and had become s lost picking blueberries some rl distinct from their camp j ttTh trial of the sailors who nutl t nled on the battlesBlp Georgi Pobled Ji OHbaetz at Odessa June last will bet ginTAugust 29 T6e prisoners num t 4 Sber75 i O ita tte presence of Vice Presldtat FihrbamkF veteraai of Northern Nfw I 5 tYrk Vuaite4 with Raason Post G A R at Ogdeasburg N Y IB unveiling t a beautiful moausieit la Library park cbniteiBoratiac the patriotism of sol dferBiof the town of OswegatcWe who fell ii the civil war i t rWltk over 3Mlaboran at Brpwae i F E Tllls IIJelJOHdo the coBtagJoa by eJO who admits Jarofl8fBllkinfected yell 1rfeyer point JiJJke iKHitli and who sow lies cr1U with the fever at a camp JJrowanllleJIwerekilled by the expfo i apenglae y OB a dredge boat SP orborae Mp The bodies were I teveral feet from the wreck 1 JMHI were TBuVHated bcypnav recpgnl tfen The crelaroi the Interior has or 4r4 the withdrawal front entry of aAthV unappropriated public land In 11 t shlpa in Northern Minnesota theWlt1MrwallilBad latletater Iaetef ii forEat reserve Prince Louis otBfltteHberg Decora iianl HfbY384fersaI 4 men of the tiepnd entt cfualrpn arrived at r Mr1 e I fo o r fq av tJ r Jeo f 0li I 111 ir f 5 A cloudburst In the vicinity of Rhode Canyon Col through which ordinarily a small stream of water runs converted the canyon Into a raging tor rent which swept through the towns of Berwlnd and Tobasco Col wreck ing everything in Its path and drowning at least nine persons The prop erty loss Is estimated at hundreds of thousands of dollars Eighteen persons are known to be dead or missing In the flood at Hastings Col Six bodies have been re coveredIn expert riflemens contest at Seagirt N J Cap G W Corwin 71st regiment N Y N G won a gold medal and f20 in cash provided for the rifleman making the highest aggregate score In the slow fire portion of the national Individual match While playing Indian at Minneapolis Minn Raymond Carcloflnl 13 had a rope thrown over his neck and was hanged to the limb ofa tree by Ms playmates who left The timely ar rival of Rev W B Riley saved the lads life A petition by Mrs Clara S Hay wid owof the late Secretary John Hay for the probate of Mr Hays will was filed In the probate court In Washing ton The petition states that Mr Hay left property real and personal to the value of more than 250000 Jackson Miss has declared quaran tine against Memphis Tenn basing the action on a marine hospital report of a woman developing a case of yel low fever In New Orleans on the sec ond day after reaching that city from MemphisA of the business done by the general land office during the fiscal year ending June 30 last shows that 91084 patents were Issued This Is an increase of 34498 over the pre vious year The annual report of Chief Wllkle of the secret service shows a total of G32 arrests of which 41 related to counterfeits of currency 51 to altered obligations 344 to the counterfeiting of coin and the others in connection with various violations of the federal statutes The courtmartla of 137 mutineers of the Russian battleship Knlaz Totem kine has just been completed Eight of the prisoners were sentenced to be shot but it was recommended that this sentence be commuted to life impris onmentThe of America In bien nial convention ijaanlmously passed a resolutlo heronngeJftlu lon of Jap- axusfbm the United Statrnnfles- ame lines as the present Chinese e elusion Business failures for the week ending August 24 In the United States number 176 against 147 last week 185 in the like week of 1904 and 142 In 1903Action was taken at a meeting of the Louisiana state board of health to en able the federal authorities to put a stop to indiscriminate travel between Infected points and New Orleans the idea being to prevent Italians and others from returning to New Orleans from settlements where the fever now exists and causing fresh Infection In the city The state department has received information to the effect that the steamship Australia owned by the Spreckels Interests of San Francisco has been seized by the Japanese An Indictment charging bigamy was found against Dr George A Wltzhoff a dentist and chemist who is claimed by the New York police to have a matrimonial record In nearly every large American city The Equitable Life Assurance society Joined with the state of New Xork masking for a full investigation In court of its directors and officers and their alleged wrong doings in managing the moneys of the society Work on the railroad tunnel which is to be constructed under the Detroit rIver between Windsor and Detroit began with a force of workmen sinking the initial shaft on the American side Mr and Mrs Allen C Depp of Hickory Run Pa with the appearance of twins are the parents of 23 children The parents are 40 years old and claim to have the largest family in America age considered Edwin 8 Holmes jr until recently the associate statistician of the department of agriculture but who was dismissed as an outcome of the levee tigation into the leakage in the cotton reports was indicted by the grand jury on the charge of conspiracy to defraud the government President Roosevelt made a descent on Ixmg Island sound on board the submarine torpedo boat Plunger He was aboard the vessel about three hours At one time the little boat was submerged for 50 minutes and InI that time was put through all of the submarine feats of which she is capa bleJThe census bureau has just publish ed as a bulletin an analysis by Prof Walter F Wilcox of Cornell univer sity ot the census statistics reatlng to teachers Calculating the school age as from 5 to 24 the report finds that taking the country as a whole there Is an average of one teacher to every 71 pupils A delegate convention of colored mechanics representing Missouri Illi nois and several southern states con vened at 8L Louis to organize a col ored mechanical association with local branches In all cities Struck by lightning during a terrific storm which swept over Staten Island the ship Mulberry Hill laden with case oil and naphtha lying In the bay between Tompklnsvlller and Stapleton wax set on fire Lossheay- hentyCatbolle priests missiona ries In Yunnan province China are reported killed Ina recent raid of fa natics on Christians- Dr L C Leggett a dentist whoso remains will be shipped to his tacitly In Clinton Ky was shot with two loads of buckshot at the station In Qnrdon Arkbt Ivan Starneg A terrific rain and thunder storm struck Atlanta Ga The state capl tel was struck twice by lightning Many window panes IB the big buld lag were shattered and the corridors were flooded W C Hardlson of Wadesboro N C prominently Identified with various manufacturing interests In the state eoamUted suicide by stooting himself Ill health It is understood that toe viceroy and governor of Shanghai province have agreed to suppress the boycott against AmerIcan goods which probably will be ended soon F A Helnze Mentan4hae put chased the San copper mines In the state of Oaxaea near Ocotlan Mex The San Martin mine was worked by Spaniards centuries ago One man was klHedand two others plantoftbfaloN Y when a scaffolding 40 feet high oh which eight men were work ins felL 1JJ i f Iri i 1L a r yff Plj Announcement was made that a general meeting of all of the bituminous coal operators of the country will be held In Chicago November 22 to die cuss what attitude the employers of the vast army of miners shall take in respect to the next interstate wage conferenceSix of the Third regi ment T N G Col Spence command Ing have left camp at Hartman un der orders from Gov Cox to proceed to Tracy City Tenn where striking union coal miners are threatening to make trouble An unknown man tried to throw himself In front of the approaching Santa Fe overland train at San Ber nardino Cal but was beaten off by the train crew Ho waited for the second section of the train and threw himself under the wheels He was Instantly killed In the arrest of Turnkey Mcrch Childers of the La Cross county Wis jail government secret service men believe they have solved the mystery of the escape of two desper ate post office robbers H E Trainor and Andrew Cunningham The present population of Cleveland 0 Is estimated at 472000 based on the names In the new city directory publishedAmbassador Meyer communicated to President Roosevelt the last words of Emperor Nicholas and his ultimatum that Russia will not pay one penny of Indemnity to Japan in any guise what ever Russia is ready to agree to a division of Sakhalin Japan retaining that portion previously belonging to her and Russia retaining the north cnn portion Four lives were lost and three persons were injured by the burning of the Hotel Maranacook at Maranacook Me More tlan fourscore of guests and employes escaped In night attire many of them leaping from the win dowsCapt Patrick McMahon of the yacht Mystic was burned to death sand 18 persons were almost suffocated In a fire which started in the third floor of the Charles Beck block Eric Pa So far this years yellow fever at New Orleans has been less than one half as virulent as that of 1878 but the authorities agree that September has always been the worst month fort hoe spread of yellow fever And within the coming few weeks will be the time of the crisis Dr Percy Adams sent by Dr Sou chon to investigate the general condi tons In St Marys Parish La reported the discovery of 160 new cases tafiivcrslde five miles from Patterson There wei v deaths A T Bolscu7 oTHnTOC ounty Ind and Douglas Rodman oT Franklin county Ky have been appolnteoTlield assistants in the forest service The vicinity of Big Otter creek In Clay county 65 miles north of Charleston W Va was visited by a cloud burst in which five persons were lost and much damage was done to prop ertyThe Chinese boycott of American goods has completely paralyzed tho flour trade between Pacific coast ports and China News was received at Mobile Ala that the yacht Marguedora owned by President T P Shouts of the Panama canal commission had burned at Carrabelle Fla The boat burned to the waters edge and will not be re builtThree desperadoes walked Into the Jewelry store of A W Johnson Chi- Cago in broad daylight and with lev deli revolvers held the clerk at bay while they scooped two trays empty of their contents of gold rings and gathered a small handful of unmount ed diamonds They escaped The latest movement on the part of the famous French Socialistic league known as the Right to Life is the for mation of a demand that the government decree the distribution of free bread every day of the year to as many persons as may ask it Mrs William Redmond formerly a wellknown actress is dead at her home In Piedmont N Y from a complication of diseases She was better known by her stage name Mrs Thom as Barry Eduardo Yero Cuban secretary of public instruction died at Havana Senor Yero had been a victim for four years of cancerous growths on the face Archbishop Glennon of St Louis accompanied by W L Klnsella a di rector of the Louisiana exposition is It present touring Ireland Inspecting the principal Irish churches to get ideas for use in building a cathedral- at St Louis Barney Oldfield lowered the worlds record of three nllles at 239 45 by speeding the same distance over the fair grounds track Dayton 0 In 239 25 breaking the record by two fifths of a second The federal grand Jury Investigating the Oregon land frauds has returned true bills against Claude F Thayer the Tlllamook capitalist son of Gov Thayer of Oregon together with sever other operators indicted with him The Arkansas state board of health has instituted a strict quarantine against the entire state of Louisiana After colliding with and damaging the little kerosene oil schooner N S Gallup of New York the battleship Kearsarge arrived in the harbor 1 t Newport R I with the disabled crat and her crew of two A loss of more than half a million dollars was caused by a fire in stores Nos 39 40 and 41 of the extensive plant of the Bush Terminal Warehouse Co at tbtf foot of 44th street Brooklyn It was started by lightning- J S Peterson of Dallas county a member of the Arkansas legislature committed suicide by shooting himself through the head with a pistol By being warned bya phone the family of Frank G Sanders consisting of seven persons were saved from death In a cyclone which did great damage to buildings and crops near Winona Minn At Digsby N S the trial1 of Hope Young for the murder of Minnie Young her ward was concluded when the woman was found guilty and son tenced to death the date of the execu tion being fixed at December 20 A report has been received at Buenos Ayres of the foundering of the British bark Bldston Hill The report states that 18 of crew were drowned George Smith and James D Smith father and son and well to do farmers- of Elmvllle a little village near Frank fort J y were murdered white at work In the field on their farm by an unknown party Suspicion turned to Cal Newton a neighboring farmer of equally good standing and he was arrested He denies his guilt Mrs S E Mlze of New York city was shot and killed by a robber in Chicago Accompanied by MrsE F Wilson also of New York Mrs Mite left Del Prado hotel where they were staying for a short walk when they were accosted by two robbers 4LldL WORDS AND MONEY That is the Question That Separ ates the Peace Envoys Are on the Verge of Final Rupture No New Instructions Were Received by M Witte Regarding Compromise Proposition Portsmouth N IL Aug 24The Japanese plenipotentiaries at the con clusion of the afternoon session Wed nesday of the peace conference threw the cards upon the table It was the dramatic momentthe moment to which elI the previous proceedings of the conference had led Mr Witte sat silent and the move In the great diplomatic game passed to Japan Baron Komura in a few words explained that Japan In her great desire for peace was ready to make certain modifications of the original articles In the hope that Rue ala would find It possible to accept them He then presented In writing to Mr Wltte the compromise propos tion which President Roosevelt had suggestedIt to withdraw article 9 pro viding for the payment by Russia of Japans bill for the cost of the war on condition that Russia would accept article 5 which provides for the ces slon of the Island of Sakhalin so mod tiled as to Include an arrangement for the repurchase by Russia of the north era half of the Island for 1200000COC yen In addition It offered to withdraw entirely articles 11 and 12 sur render of the interned warships and limitation upon Russias sea power in the far cast- Without a moments hesitation Mr Witte said he could not accept It Portsmouth N H Aug 25At 11 oclock Thursday night six cablegrams had been received byMr Witte from St Petersburg All came from Count Lamsdorft and all were opposed to the Japanese compromise proposition as presented at Wednesdays meeting However It is stated that the cable grams announce that the direct pour parlers are now in progress between Emperor Nicholas and the president Oyster Bay N Y Aug 25A crisis in the peace negotiations is approach- Ing rapidly Whether there is t9bepeace between Russia and Japan or a continuance of the war will be deter mined very likely within a few days Since he made his direct appeal to Emperor Nicholas President Roosevelt has been awaiting developments hopeful that such efforts as he has felt proper to make to avert a failure of the Washington conference might note futile ft isqulte certain now that in addition toimklng a direct appeal to the Russian empVor to take such measures as may bhn the pending negotiations to a succfQissue Presi dent Roosevelt with the Japanese government alagtmtl- ar lines Whether that appeal waii made directly to the emperor of Ja pan as in the case of Emperor Niche las can not be ascertained Portsmouth N H Aug 26A press representative is permitted to announce that Emperor Nicholas answer to President Roosevelts latest appeal was partially responsive The peace conference seems headed straight for the rocks despite the fact that every question of principle in volved In the quarrel between the two countries has been settled in favor of the victor and that in reality only words and money still separate them the negotiations seem on the verge of a final rupture The air was filled Friday night with gloomy fore bodings as superficially everything In dicated hat Saturdays session of the conference will prove the seance dadleuIn most positive fashion It is declared that no new instructions had reached Mr Witte up to Friday even Ing which would permit him to entertain the consideration of the comprom- Ise proposition submitted by Baron KomuraPortsmouth N H Aug 28The life of the ace conference Sunday seemed to hang by a thread but the thread will not be broken Monday At 10 oclock Sunday night after a two hours conference between Mr Taka hlra and Mr Witte In the latters room In the hotel annex the announce meat of a postponement was made Mr Witte explained that Mr Takahira had told him that no new Instructions had reached him from Toklo and fear Ing none mlghtbe received before the meeting scheduled for Monday after noon he had suggested the propriety of postponing the meeting until Tues dayTo this Mr Witte said he read ily assented Mr Takahira made the following statement Inasmuch as this conference was initiated by the friendly offices of the president after consultation we felt that we should be cautious about terminating Its labors Pressed as to whether he iregarded the situation as hopeless Mr Taka tolra said No not hopeless but almost hopeless Gold Output of Nome Seattle Wash Aug 28 United States Assayer Fred Wing In charge of the local assays of Nome made a statement that his estimate of the gold output of Nome for the season of 1905 was 10000000 This amount will be the record for Nome Leaves Bequest For His Horse Fittsburg Pa Aug 28An amount sufficient to maintain and care for his favorite horse Ginger is one of the bequests In the will of Robert D Mc Gonnigle recently probated The horse shall never be ridden Drank Carbolic Acid St Louis Aug 28 Because her brother Samuel Thomason had found her after searching for three years and was dissatisfied with her environs Edith Belle Thomason 19 years old attempted to commit iul clde with carbolic acid Barracks Burned Canton 0 Aug 28The United States barracks at Westlawn cemetery where the late President McKln leys tomb is was destroyed by fire Twelve guns and 600 rounds of ammu nition burned Factory Destroyed By Fire Kansas City Aug 28The main building of tho W S Dickey Clay Manufacturing Cos plant No3 a threestory brick structure located in the east bottoms in this city was destroyed by fire causing a loss esti mated at 150000 A Congress of Mexican Educators Mexico City Aug 28The department of public instruction and the su perlor board of education are prepar- Ing to convoke a great congress of Mexican educators the first ever held in the country ri f = rj t 1 f THIRTEEN DEATHS Largest Number on Any Day Since the Yellow Fever Began New Orleans Aug 28Report to p n Sunday New cases 31 total to date 1743 deaths 13 total 255 new foci 12 total 402 remaining under treatment 119 New Orleans Aug 28The record shows the smallest number of new cases since August 6 and tho largest number of deaths on any day since tho fever made its appearance The un usual number of deaths Is attributed in a measure to the change in the weather Saturday night being cool and pleasant In great contrast to the weather of the preceding week Threa wellknown merchants arc among thj new cases Only two names tkat can be traced to Italian origin arc among the Other reports from the country are as follows Patterson no new cases and no deaths Amelia two new cases Bayou Bocuf one case Pecan Grove three cases and one death Elizabeth plantation one death Hanson City four now cases anti one death St Pose two cases Port Barrow two cases Ninth Ward of Jefferson parish one case Lake Providence three cases Gulfport three cases Missis sippi City no new cases UNION PRINTERS ThirtySeven Shops Controlled By Chi cago Typothetate Will Go on Strike Chicago Aug 28Beforo the mid dIe of this week every union printer in the 37 shops controlled by the Chicago Typothetae will be on strike and before another week tho fight may be extended to 12 of the principal shies of the middle west the employers ol which are organized with the Chicago Typothetae Into a middle west asso ciation This forms a part of the national body of master printers That the printers will put up a long and bitter fight against the Typothetae was foreshadowed Sunday when Typo graphical Union Local No 16 met at Brands ball and raised the strike as sessment from two to ten per cent The union also decided to force the lighting by presenting at once the demands for an eighthour agreement and an agreement for closed shops The raising of the strike assessment means an addition of 8000 weekly to the defense fund and the printers say they can keep 900 men on the street without touching the 1000000 fund which the union says it is ready to spend if necessary UNITED MINE WORKERS They Will Demand Recognition of the Union and An EightHour Day Tamagua Pa Aug oJohn Mitch ell president of the United Mine Workers of America In a speech at Manilla park made an unepjjlvjcjstTnnr laratlon UjaLiiaorganizatlon will at tkel wage agreement in April next demand rec ognl Jon of the union and an eight hour day President Mitchell said that ho hoped by that time he would be able to go before George F Baer president of the Philadelphia Read- Ing Co and pointing to 150000 men and boys who are employed In and about the mines say We have fixed the price for our labor You can take it or leave It Sir Michael HicksBeach New York Aug 28Slr Michael HicksBeach former chancellor of the exchequer of Great Britain with his wife and two daughters arrived here on the Umbria and took the first train for Vancouver Wealthy Man Joins the Army St Louis Aug 28Glenn W Ai nett of Fairmont W Va who was recruited In tho regular army in West Virginia has arrived at Jefferson bar racks for assignment to a company Arnett Is heir to a 500000 estate antS his income Is 1000 a year Catholic Military Organizations Chicago Aug 28Plans for a fed eration of all Catholic military organ zatlons iii the United States were discussed at the convention of the Order of Catholic Knights of America in this city Arbitration Was a Success Boston Aug 26Slx thousand union carpenters of Boston receive an In crease of wages under the decision ofI Judge George C Wcntworth to whom as special arbitrator the employers and unionists submitted the question of a new working agreement The Boat Capsized Plttsnurg Aug 28Dlalr P St John of Btooklyn a former student at the University of Kentucky was drowned here by the capsizing of a small boat and his two companion were rescued with difficulty MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Aug 26 CATTLE Common 300 4 10 Heavy steers 5 10 5 30 CALVESExtra 8 00 37VJMixedSHEEP Extra 4 35 ti 4 50 LAMBS Spring 8 00 FLOURSpring pat 5 75 6 15 WHEATNo 2 red 83 f 84 No3 red 81 6415NoOATS No2 mixed 25 RYErlo2 I 57 59 HAY Ch timothy 12 25 PORK Clear mess 16 30 LARDSteam 8 12 8 25 l5YtChoiceAPPLES Choice 2 50 3 50 POTATOES Per bbl 1 35 t 150 TOBACCONew 6 00 13 00 Old 4 50 14 75 Chicago FLOURWinter pat 5 10 5 20 80V4No55IJOATSNoRyENo2 2t 58 PORKMess 14 75 14 80 LARDSteam 800 New Yor FLOURWin strts 4 00 4 25 WHEAT No 2 red 86 8 CORNNo2 mixed 61 laRYEPORKMess 15 50 1650 LARD Steam 8 45 daltirrnrv siyCORNNoCATFLESteers 4 00 s 4 50 SHEEPNo1 250 300 I LOuisville WHEAT No 2 red ii 81 CORNNo2 mixed 57 OATSNo 2 mixed 36 PORK Mess 12 oo LARD Steam 6 B- OIndinnanslls WHEAT No 2 red MORN No 2 mixed OATSNo2 54 mixedj 35 WF f if1 TO THE BISHOPS TASTE Nutmeg That Wasnt Nutmeg Pleased His Prelate Just as Well Nutmeg hisdiocesanLippincottsAt the early supper of the south ways a moat informal meal the bishop ofbonnyclabberover thehouseherDear otto voce allkberMrs Darlington also was out of meg nutI Then go to Jlrs Harding on the other thenbringofbrightthedesiredWhat an addition is the little sprinkle of nutmeg sail the bishop what a fine relish it gives When the good guest had retired the mistress said to the maidIthingInandButtoo IInyIa out dat shoebuttonerAnd the bishop had relished it So much for the power of suggestion HOPED TO BE STIRRING TJriu Was Inclosed in the Room by Much Sickness But Was Brave theJapanese Aletroitin our own navy relates the Free 1 resa writes this home atAnnapolisperfornianceupon a cadet One day he was ill The surgeon examined and made a report that Uriu dailyvork tohistodaystandroom by much sickness I do not feel like reatlyMutual Envy yourpoetryyourchieeksDetroitS Of course we all know what ought to boywhosethe drug store to get a dose of castor oil sodaBostonWhen it cornel to a choice in a fathers mind between buying a new suit for him heknowsing Chicago Dai- lydZ5on Ne for WOmE SPeefatDodds of ood for me That what Mrs C B Earnest of this place has to of the RemedyI continues and had not been out of bed for five weeks Then I began to use Dodds Kidney Pills and now 1 am so I can work and go to town without suffering I would not be without Dodds Kidney Pills I have good reason to praise them every where Women who suffer should learn a lesson from this and that lesson is cure the kid en with Dodd Kidney Pills and yourIsuffering will cease Womans kidneysDoddsto make 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hardly North writes bearingdown decided Vegetable symptoms advice 7fjAndschool today a Chicago mother asked of her young sonIt secondgrader Ve had nature study and it was my turn to bring a specimen said Evan 4That was nice What did you do I brought a cockroach in a bottle and I told teacher we had lots more and ifshi wanted I could bring one every lay LCJsveland Leader Ward Seminary 3rt lttilej Teisibeen iilcasint its patrons IoreI0in the education cf their girliq 4only one opportunity to plea i Write at once for Book offiorinittion The finish of a great many real life ro mances reminds us of a man who runs like mad to catch a trolley car that is stalled in the next block Chicago Tribune SICK HEADACHE CARTEISITTLE IVER PuSS PILLS Positively cweil by these ZJUIe Fills They also relieve Ds tress from In dlgestloa and Too Hearty Fating A perfect rem edy for Cod Taste la tio Mouth Crated Tongue Pain In the Side TORPID LIVZIt T regulate toe Bowels Purely Vegetable SMALLPILL SMALLDOS SWLL 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TnB OUTLOOK Is sent one year f J1Centsrbet ten IB S THURSDAY AUG UST 31 1105 1i w AKO IIliIIlhcwrml is withheld 4L tInt the PlnnlUu GUllnl is p ro gr8Innkc1y TllK Czsr is unalterably opposed to paying the Mikado an imleiuni 4 ty I n tho fist place he lutsnM d vilieniOniy and if be could borrow ttllo needs lJ11i muney IiimeIftIII f TilK Paris Matin gut toil go libiiFe for wool when it cables Johnc Rockefeller to ply angel for 4 Uufsla in th6 mutter of indemnity loonoy The Matin hud as well try 4 UncluRulJ4 Siigo 1 f 4 =Miss A LlCk lloOBEVKLT oughtT a l 1 ea prbtilatid Happy t Khe received tht Wacriajie proposal I from thu Sultan of Suhu Few American girls have had thoplcus tire of declining the august title J Sultana t Aw allcgeit South African din Jtaiond expert announces wilhII UoluriRhflf trumpets that he is go 1t lug tfl find a diamond mine in EN- vllottcouniy Diaiuimil wines have been caUght by tprinkling salt on r IJl1 tiloi f j PHE6IDEST ROOSEVELT by iitl later P itctfprtrt runs Vole rink of faring like JD a maker before in t 1lnfI cents Reports from Portsiunnh- Jl Bay that there are evidences that both Russia and Japan secretly re entthe President intercession 1 F fcGHoV EH CLEVELAND hits on inlii 4rime 6fonly about 5000 per year Tnys a confessed Wall street enemy ihdIhqrftyvhowevcr says Cleveland is tl rlupuloii5ly hottest ahd the hard grafterculnhern i a likely to bo no equaiythii jltion iacSt c iY 1orparat1on frowtie SWehHbUL dilunttlld mnn J 5 JIOIdbypreCerr ng to be rnledliya i her dharYllij lllrlh lugocruiillt th erase sthrou 1epulilicltnin 4p dilutions And they juetify them tBdveby the behtfhatIhc United 4 States lias failed to make n better t J government than tKe nibnurchici o oItLieOld Worlds nJtf TUB Census Bureau finds that io iL Out Kentuiky ni shirking br tl IIJ v1r inthe matter 0tuHlJti plying replenishing earth The birth aTute kiu rteadily declined einee 3 j t iso Vh ri tjierevwere 740chtii ire l j undet five ycaVfr of age to each1 lt X f 0lfwi0bien between 16 arid 40 ye j t rage in I860 there were 727 ae 4 Ai 18Ot5O in IgSO 627 in 1890 r 14iti bOo MtA8 ttie Kn fr tuekypri4tictgrades A 9i thiie U a r8 6eil Iflf ufuit Excellent H1 jl1fWiJlm UltRtI jtf tJjpfT on the beefs of R promi n ent 1 i Nw YVrkJ tans pronounce ij iatof th radium trenilnel itt ii l itii C failure in gerni aiseHse cntn s ihi j slt it Bhl Hnceuicnt tlfNewYork PiSt Ii X Graduate Hospital that the jiofce hoIseI1y cure for The bca9iIbI j ni4tqtieeritig ntt the Ii4uiti- dy rhe t r + I9ist i eunces The rowe is t f JJ r ip1eiiincl citI ba grepurcd by tiny t1 J gino tItc n IIH tr ir1 IK the peace conferenre the Rtia to Bian thought they had the Ta pain r 1to a tcQtlcediugnllthc latter I dend except 1 ccsIameat l rh Sak1jIIitiitland h f fjin indemnity n1Itl Japs nl i ieady had poseBaion of Sakhalin fj c tJ Bd they lurnej the tables n theiV t 1 follb1olr rlnghalof Sakhalin J t back to RusIi fit a pricQ to be de + J1 idedliy rarbjtration Thus the Zl1ttI RuianB tJnqtl1em89l esQcC JYID K I11t ej cavty refuse 1 7 termB of their foes will before qc s vfJfni1tij vnrIt1 occupy the attitude of pre r ferring wur tortJeemlpgwhatlhey t Iiavelosb f f j rp5 = S CORRESPONDtNCEA f JIof l ir tt 1 t Knob Lickj r r q fli Corn Ia rpm sIng a SOOIJtelt II tr r 1J rlir wirlorie peaebe butI10 1Yo r ctqr applesJt0 4 f 0 The ore mines are about on a i ttaaaatill 4 I i 1 i iU VPie rtnt summer Weather with r Eeootnighte it i oter m ClJr J icing J t er duicleetl ri1 t There Is aqiiitntlyofcoaU oIng + r t 1I iuIed from hero The Ho1inega meeting at lied ricktrdraws large crowds iV Soie fiirmeraro etitting lbelr l trJ crop will be gdod 0o TVrParviiibo7Bpibitdljr htirt jn cn ky a hay baler Saturday J i4 litter received from John cot M tturt riteitnn re rp fJWdvI3 art well fi Bt 4 i r di i Ji f Oi toWjj 7fI jQ P JtdJ ri2 q ji e7Tr d0 1rrj ic g liFwfEitrjl1 iiJfIft1 rnP1Fd rZr ic tv fI P t i w Licking Union Fc ks ight 9rqotTroy Joinings anti wife wont to Salt Lick last Tuesday W S McKinncy of lies Mill was here last WednedsSeW R Hunt of Salt Lick attend cd the praycrmtcting last Tbure Itday iiiglitgucM Icyrsleo likui8 hits fever lames Thnuiab Imby lVinilMrs hoary llrftwn and Mrs date Jones wrnt tDO wingsvi i herekuIj W and A1 Hum JUQ CogR nllnIIII1 PViHiatusiittciided tivdSatuSlate Valley John Iv Jouen sold two colt s to Sum Liit lira m for 20 Sam Shnltc 8 ld a flit cow and a lwuVfirolillleifir toSaiiiLathratu for r bttewSam Convert nnd wilt visited Mrs Julia Rots at Owingsville rIlU llIlIiHubert Toy bought a Iyar from Dun Ulevins of Step IC fur 1S5 tiM rs Minnie Lathram Mn Jan COfl ncryeravisited Mrs Martin Jones Monday Tho first Suntln met D1jxlufolk colnsday A jroodlv number went fz tlli SwelM re Dnllun Garner after sevi wee ks visit with the family of cyher rEfRrcounty returned home to Mt Ster ling the past Wttk1IILW Uppor White Oak D S Hawkins suld a sorrel marc to II M Uutcher fur 70 Foster Lyniim of CarliHle is visiting hill daughter Mrs W li Gudyell Miss Green of Salt lAcks ei1t last week witIihertisterMr8 DS wkii itiletrCollege preuchcd here Sunday uiorniiig and night Miss Lizzie Gudgcli spent sever days lit nQn meL- I Scck ittit IIttenderlh t GFiTIOy1I8fld wile spout I urtduy iluiil Sunday in Se rhing the guesla of JacobTrum bo atarI vife daDaliasllil Uryhn went to Hilltop Saiur to spend several days with the tors paronts FletcherDonuldeon ndwiCe Mittsea Lucy horseman unil Et Trumbo llll ntSaturdny niuht with M has Zoruh Lester of Roy tiij illn M fntrr Wvornjr cn HiWber ia on the sick itvirrllk Perryanti manly went l in hitMayiVi2eEWMorgan wife and baby vinAllio Mauley wife anti nieite Mist Maud returned mat Wednes duy from u tend y8 visit to More finDr W E Phillips and little grandson Phillips Anderson in Mt Sterling from Sunday Tuesday viBitiug jelutivoa undIut tending the street fuIthebr DjdecHedrTckVMisff Mubei HedricK to 3U JtWFrlSpiir1ock on Wed lIe8il yIpg23n tblhirI1 Y tw they droveto Mr Spurt- wa oc 8 wrwliere a nice supjr rved rhe jKeaent8 erojnunierji 0113 Iiiobrde isU b lutifil u l nccomplishedjyoungjudyftntl 0tIii j w briund huppy is the wish of their w tynnyJrieiidib Spritfield Miss EthekPIwing ionc- kIist Iie si Mrs Joseph Foley has beentaek the past week JltAlxlindersold a fat cow lo ElginSharn ut 2 V 1 MrLO S Brtimegem rVleiteieek father Dr Jjckenytlig J W A HoydrJ pJCrpuciinnd StertnlIrsJl Fiewingand chi renI lngsvilldSaturday M isse Pearl Flemingand Lutle 3mnthers vi Qwing8 ille Tburdaynd Friday iborMiarerohl1erling Wednesday and Thursday M JcfDiUlIUaild SmatherB vllIled reluttvcst1ezlrlItf Sterling Wednesday and Thurs day M r JindlMrs lcnnK PJielps lit Lexington werotne guests of Mrs Lucy Atkinson Tuesday and Well hesday HMistended the street fair at SIt Ster ling Thursday James B Clark t IIuntybougbtthis neighborhood the past week ll three calvos of J Hi Alexander for CorI8Cdheenpf C E Smnthers fnr5tw1I tit sheep of J L Barkjey H18 b 0S 2 I + li1 i11M i ft t p 1 JJ t it sf5 Vy wi Bothol Tobacco cutting hits begun C M Rallitr was inFlemingeburg Friday D thrfrom Mr Bowles Thursday veral from hero attended the Ftruet fair at Mt Sterling last week t i Harper of Covingtnn is t of her sifter Mrs RobtWha tis Uittiian of Louisville is isig her aunt Mrs C M Rat uhf 10Iohn nghhof Preston to pitj his sUter Mrs lInie r allt1lIl Friday I ii itigjnrtliSterling visitedreln lives here Well iy and Thursday rcUrtlelinghitIu t ant improvement for our huh IIvihhi igiCrAn inspector for rural routes was hero Saturday with n viow of abol Og star ron lt u and establishing rural deliveries Craiss tle infant of Jim Sexton is v er IIsid 1ti1oriiAug 17 II otitiittNettle little daughter of Ititi Varrcn hils been very sick but0S better eiithi has again invaded lnuritt and taken another pre uuet Monday A iig 11 vIsiSextontaken sick in February posguntil the above named date God fit to c ill her away train her suffering in this world to a bright cr land of joy and sung where we vih beeiJIli rea Isotipjloving jtSheuttonImstof friends to ulossOUJa Borne to Alex Stewart unit wife dauher i rl colt SXtMrs Ed Campbell of Cincinnati 5irnduL G Rigdon rind wife of Grange Cithhclltlphtus Vice urtd family Sunday 0fMiss Lizzie J Dentou of Hills boro visited roIuiveeIIereba oral days lust week Nacc Viceund wife visitiid the e1rbitmioglMiss Ella Demon of near Hills boro came Saturday for a weeks sit with uud friends Rev Ed Anderson fuiled to s appointment Sunday on 80Su llflt f BickiiLse in hid fumily Mrs lull visitedfnmilv Saturdu night and rinnrliiir Mrs tc liird1uud 0d ItilayBryant Denton and wife Sundny to vWt the formers e orIontrrtuinmerlthonton was gopdHe tool in- ightdolllt8 and fifty cents k St 0 8 4 1eA pOQdW a t w ellI isJ to owhiiriwiTitt ilffwill finish nglribl1 J tIfV k Harrison Conn ofFJemmgoun WOE hero Saturday and Sunday Mrs 1Sal1nioUvr hes ri fr 1omnvisttLick Montgomeryr countys busy tyseekItf ermuch tthejo y of MraTliosN Coons of North aiiddlctown visited relatives heio Istwnk 0C Mrs R riJewell liaavnot recov rIfed sun JenJIY tuba relJ1ve from r SonJe peop1rtty tl ink that lifo insurance t y protects If r 11 et iJoliri SiirdpSbtfellately returned Iroiu JlhIiiuflaBwcvedotito Mrs Irlh Britgcsfarrn iJ EWilllBmswife and dau rIiter Miss IohIufOwIiispIJic visited latives liere aat eakg eo viunyisiiedfamily Friday ond Saturday cfOJdsvillerelatives in this noighborhood Qur RussoTapanesb friends one In haying idl10f u tima trying to mnke peace Presumably the r are yfightJswcI1oberson Republican nominctHorJaller of Montgomery COllntyin native of Bath county cwIhlnodaubt lead the ticket chthofahIIiinn asciting OnishSquireJribn TocMagswhtl= Jnoi I I i t trIi y la rJf Sal Lick ClinE Hu bIns returned last week from riltsburg There is talk of a street fair here e near future Mrs LenaWuddcIl returned from Nicholas county Inst week M KurrrpheroIISeveral train hero attended campmeeting near HcdrickH Sun day MiSA numberattendeU the strcetf at 1s Mthike llnrvo James has improved thedu3 appearance of his residence by add eiit Riito Union SU1ldll the oc caii Rourally A number of speeches were delivered Miss Edna Arinstrc iving the medal for best spei Free lemonade nnd ice water were furnished There was a large crowd and II very enjoyable time was had by those present andOdossaD S Hawkins sold an aged horse yto H M Brtcher Saturday fur j Misses Maggie Jones and Anni visi vitliterrEfor Intlythefs With typhoid fever i norM rs G W Boyd visited airs Perry Goodpnster and other rela tives in Owingsville last weekvisi StepstoncISaturday night and Sunday bhiM rs Nellie Snedeyar returned last week from a visit to tier sister airs Itch May in Flowing count Mrs Rosa Darnell returned last Thursday from a vcek stay with tier mother in Owingsville Wilt has n quite eiuk but is better now atsurday for the town or county ue election is general for tho nty and an election will also Sharpsburgcounty and is defeated in the vn there will be licensed Halimtip thu town just as now Ed 1 rlckly Ash 5lRiley Chandler was ut Salt Saturday on busincus 0ingSeveral from here IIlhmd 3 whWeeting fltyThomas AhIeitLf iQjf 1T hhAltnuni leurFlrgr lust Thursday night f tflHi IrsRiIQeftJIIIIful diig withher whVMiss Ashley4 of Flat Lreek Went gt tsnf GW lerblld fatally Suiiduy T S Sliriiut and family Gay Shrrlutlllhlwifej iif 0071IIg yule were guests of A1TB Shrout 0ndayMisseM MIr I5ien iOiilgell undjW1 LizilC Hewitt of near MtPlc t n DInl1lJlrparDaniel Burlier islteI10SIli iunil fumily atSalt Lick Sun y ills daughter Mrs Mollie Itlitf uccnuipuhieU him botntt Thomas 8jCVyeckMrsof diseuees unit was buried at the artinihl burying ground Monday ternoon ifbermetkatydids wake their appeutr once oCJulyth thtrighiprophecy the fropt should have Ca la dayste7 there was frost hcre J 0IICrooks 111Parisvi IngsllaLHIard Judy of Sahgamon counco 111r is visiting relatives here Espy Jackson is visiting reIn ti ihttdityMr9 S V Johnson and two ebBSV dren nre visiting relatives in Clark county Peed Lulhram shipped two CincinnlitlSI11Iirduy Lees Williams sold lOS V JohnSa 22la8twclkRevs Campbell nf fYiiiniiauilln lCo preached at Kendalls Spring Sun doy evenings 0Rafldlphi haifewWillsonlo hicinnnlionJeffwastshouts for 4250 The election as8ed olf caturdaynk flhess us usual ChnrilbersStation niIte Oak waWiley EliUIja t i j i I J J Stepstono MnvAST Trhompson hnfi been quite Rick some better A Quite a crowd lent Saturday at the street lair ut Mt Sterling Mrs George Steele of Flat Creek spunt Sunday with Julia ck und wife 0C B Reed and wife spent Sun lieday with J W Montjoy and fain near Ewington ss Nanuit Reed of near Pros irrun tiperultweck with her cull iss Lottie G Bittingur Miss Rachuel Kurriuk lIt Sntur to Visit her brothcrin law Fin cy Kincuid and fuliIat Side chard Wilson und wife return ed from a weeks visit to his broth lust iCyIhursthiy familykSunday with S P Steele and Iota ily on Butlers Branch spent8alurdofamily and Sunday with Win Thompson arid family BrownVter OIL Thursday at Olympia Dr NT Clark and wife S Chiillie wo hearda young say she thought you needed to manage your chickens Wh y dont you get her to help you rW T Payne and daughter tedturn t to relatives in the West mid report a fine trip being gone six weeks Misses Maggie Jones and Anna HILlier of Odessa spent Friday night with Miss Lottie G Bittinger being on their way home from a visit to relatives in Ohio S P Steele wife and soninlaw G W Turley aiid wife spent sev oral duys anti took in the reunion beingJuweek ber 0leSufidny a week ago with Misses Brrtoksic and hat tie Henry t Missep Rosa and SireIdit Conic Iennie Diinulilon IB Cnnoity Jnmea Wilson Wnl JamesGuodpHHter Dr IW Joins spent TJijirsiifci Iknllli Friday in Mt Sterlimo Ppnt JromSuitmi andinjjf Miss Anna Wyatt of Inwards Mill spent several days jast wcpk weekvisiting her aunt and cousin Mrs soil Bandihe street fair froiii heref i OlympiaIhvisited his futher it is sick ed v1ireMrsllunter is lrithe fick list and alsi iIC Jttcktfoi 0MicaMt weekknnd IC nee Cntriii Thrugber a gi- itr AlJ ll Cltrk nnd laiR b FtJlrl SlInon w t Youngi of Farroers wa the guest tlfbItnl Qlyduhure last wtek Severn from hero attehde4 he eet fuiV at Mt Sterling llust ek a v v T Ilck1isitedSurdar Willie Penix and wife attended the cuuipnieeting at HedrickK Sunday V Su Cndayin shlunJ JOSevei1 llIouso 118tioaCO this week Clay Shulta went to Ashland Sunday to work UIwifeOxpc to join him soon JeiF Davis wife and 1is Myrt Benson visited friends in Menif unty lust week MissLaura Jackson of Menill county t is visiting her cousin Jc tf Davis this week in1Iiitns0nchednesdayMiss Bessie Fowler returned we ekafter twoweeks stay wit 1Vl5rBruntlmother on Licking Arch Hovermale WitSnt Shturdaytraction Ask Miss Oallie ch1Jasay with his health improved huverise E 8 d to dismiss her school for a ile eWoilndOSrc4Dnyss hurtSH 0 Irwin wife and little daughter Anna F attended tho cr wptneingatiIednickenndrl wi rted a nice time Bro Crockett failed to come Sn per ridynightfl We are sorry to give him up R Bro W A WlIinm of Sweet ter Illinois WHS the pleasant s of friends hero last wool 0eryoneho was the pastor of tjie Christ- Church here lJr fl i 1 1 qJz r I iJ4 6II t Ir r f 0Sf i i jI iV jfity 4 rlI T f i s tS == o o wc 4 II Iobor D1rU7 000So- I r J I t iJpportunmllesinHCaliornl Vf MS fi SyrTheJ1jJ Our exports to Japan and China multipiied W r during the last year X s 5 n 0There win soon bea tremendous Increase h rdhe trade of the Pacific Coast ei ties H1fit W xlclbL Big opportunities the man whornves thejre Why not look the field over r T Jjgjf Only 62 50 Chicago to SariFran 9 r Tos Angeles and return May i 239ip I+ i2i3 29 1213iiI4 1905 s retuin 90 Rate for a double berth in a comfortable toar J iist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco j Los Angeles Santa Barbara and many othef points inl California only 7 Through train service from Union Passenger Station Chicago via the 4trPj Chcao Mihfiukee i St Paii ls f Unoii Paciflau SOUth j1ft aclfICLgne 01 r This is the route of The Overland Limited Passenger Station ChIcago m a 4rh California Express at io 25 pi m The GaiifprniaExpr s carnes rouiist sl cars to California cv tyqay Both trains aythroiftrh3 Standard sleepers i III Complete information sent free on receipt of coupon with blank lines filled WS HOWE L GenI Eastern Agnt3Si Broadway NEW ORK CITY or F A0 MILLER General Passenger Agent cmCMOI ath rdomRcadySept i White Shoe ioisli for sale rojThcPace FOR iigiiiia Screened 1u 0andc Oa OR TELEPffON 0IROSE RUN RON COaJ OLYMP IA 1 Kf iiiiionhn W Ilnwfcine PlaintilF agniiiRt Notice of Stile Siillie erlc Defendants By virtue of judgment and de 081110 rendered in the Hath Court at thoMuy terui1905 in the a6nvo8tyled case the under eigncd Master Gominfesjoner will on lBMONDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1005nbiiiit ththigbcetbicled house door QwingBVille ItrRct- eoC land lying in Bath Ky on the East Fork of Flat Creekan bounded and described os follow withanee ialne and corner Jto t win lnce 58 E8y td corners to Abraham Hendrixs linej thence 82J Echltins corner with same thence 67E lchnins to the of the pwingsville jith11 W chains thence 7t V alrr and 11 thence 6J W chains and 56 links point in the center of said road thenceS76J 22 chains anti 18 links corner Perkihslhence N 3IJ chain Ssund 75 links to the beginning und containing acres oflandor ough of said land nsshnll be nec 8ary to produce the sum Hut said gulovvlll be made sub to the homestead right of Mrs 5hlIo ButlercSole bo mode on purcIIaelllexecute payablo the undersigned for the purchase price bepring pzicUSGOODPASTE 1 Master Gomr B C Gtidgell Son Attys Weekly CourierJournal and Outlook one year for 6Q t J i Name I I Street address rhoCity 1Stc rProbable deatination CALIFORNIA irt t 55 n OwingHne to got sin up to lute hair cut ehiive Two first eln9 hiarbrrgcCIIIIr to trait nn you at Ill jitne We hnyccntplrtved the r oldrilio1 Iebnot block John Wnr ncr and he is r wiQI tnwhir- IInfnll Wishing aHolil nci new cuetoraprC tll tis n Vail ihthe basement un 5 lEoXl J 1 r j H 0l r IWRITE KY01 U a or r Circuit 1 oclock d county d r8Good S chains S center W 4 J S I jinks S to a to E 1 thirty nf423 ot a r to interest C i z Y 000 t or 1 1 p m 5b rI Commfssioiieiis Sale t 4 JM RtchfSrt Vs NnOeeofShlp R M ditatn pierce Devlscesii cDft8 By virtue of a judgment nodor callCircuitin the above styled ease the uner re acsignedMONDAY S1JTRl1nERll 1005 about 1 oclock pni proceed iiighestden i tchouse door in Owingsville Ky a inI1nthcoUnlfKY creek anti bounded as ginning at a poifitinthe toMto Sherburne pike at lOll n corner to lot No 1 whsct land of David Starapfirtlhence all E 1QG 610 poles to stakq at SCOO thence N 18E 64 5riO poles to 1taknt 9 hence N i71jW 81410 pOlsto point In center of Sh bunnt pike nt figure lOthencb carter r pikeS056 W2161Opolp8 theHIof lund or onaugli of said land yo shall be necessary to produljthltl1li s umorH20I blltlhe ale thej I1r will be made subject to the Irome IIndJidqv1lrs 9 Tiser execute bondwith good jMiretypuy I1blo to the for the fticentuntil paidSS GOODPASTER IHMaster Corar B 0 C SNo No T j NoAUCTIONEEB No Ityott want the sirvicpfi of nn nticitloneer call on toe Tennis reason a kin JOdcss cS You Are Jtlissing 5a uOQd Thhi di 0IfEIrvtAWtothInturcd y N onsehoW remedy for nfl tba litile mtd big achca Bruises C1A i rlJlBt tendir tired aehiriij Fejct toII TwubIcs etc cnn Cin C svthJ iraracampti This rtmaifcable Yraeiv 4ipossesses tue rare qtiaIilyo so jtliiB ynl lnyingpain nImootjnstantI Liuutin Swellings NO31p t r Stiff Joints anti Iuscien ere not only relieved b thc of J bt 11Opef1cts 1f TQT1btot1t5t1tezncnt boyour rU7i5t 1J uaui you know heml1 tollot that f 1rtcampIt fils rncncyvh1hfmidi1 Y9j1 C confilonce in Praeanpl b2IbW it will O exactly v ut Tciiil To prqva our in Csj ftgistg 0uimntcctotlowlatisthe circulararqmi each bottle So ro t 0iesitntePlr1C1ttThOnRuncarapliistoncccle tobe Ameriis ho11rttre au qutckm its action- f for book of testiracniala Re mem crrarnc mph is jtdorsednI ret ommepdcd by physidnns ttaiUId curses athletes thrbaguorit the cutire world Sotd only in 5c05Oc and SlOO jottlis 0TheKy UcA JOHN T KIMBRlqUGH SON s RedCeAa SIiINGLESBEST EVER MADE Any one needing btlldjriR mate lalof anj Should write ia6rj paaiftt TORRENiriCJHliRNv the only ichurnontho market ianii 3STAR l MT STERLING KY Vimont Steal EAT MA KEi + r A REED Prop Owingsville Ly s rFresh and cured mea constantly on baud Qysr ters in season Prompt dsmery Order by n Jf tiwishournuiyiberis2l l 4 Ii iILWAS 0frain2atiti23 carry Dining Meals alrtcarte TIME CARD EFFECTIVE SEEt 271903r n OP TltAlks TlltESTONSTATION Eastbound fNo22 pi 2 S 24 VetA121 v 23 25 The Outlook and cJail uisville Post xjtM yi r 85 l