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J fr J I 51W91r r 0 orr JI110 1 r rlc crItA f IIJ PW r t J t lJjyPi i iC p V i i qci S I t I 0 Sit t ce f I1 t II 1 tjrnr J re VOL XXVII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1905 NOJ fN r The weather has both Very warm the past week the graded school had 118 pupils enrolled esQI1Y Geo T Young IB the utIozteda agent of THE Uuttnog to 1 Dr G W Conner makes teeth i from the cbeanest to the beet 10- will The corn crop is made now and J bo an average one intblscount 1 V DrConner IB his resl dance pRinting lt and relaying the pavement A1 HL Lane IB agent for Wieder to 4 1 man bottled beer and Budweiser bottled and keg- t J More cook and healing stores at Bud Brother than in any house east of Lexington Rev J B lteu ham preached at Springfield Churoh Sunday P Pugh sang there aleoMAll who have property to tell at auction call on M D Fads la1IT 7 wAvEmWhite boy countrv r 12 to 15 years old to work around home Apply at this office rJ ChaB Baker the Alt Sterling huckster haeboughta halt interest ia C A ReidB Rout business The Wonder line of h storet guarEtud to kepflre hours on alet Bud Brothers 1 Theb1k of tketobie Will be 1 out and housed by ith ead of thuo ti week if thBwoatlier tafavorable j Everything tor comfort in keep t fngwarm in tho yof heaters as grates etc Bob1 BROTBBB r Gay BhroufrU preparing to buildv U ttdenceon hie lot on Slato enuejuit south of the reaidence of 4w ft Cuner Jr J at t LDrGW Conner tbb dentist lifBB Od08tuaeCaudallapproved anesthetics for the pal lesl ev c i tractionotteethMt p Henry Hopkins bpijght of LlfI1uhford the 83acre fri above e1t Jo Spencer Varm for 3400 0 SEEDING TIME Dons think of ttyingclnrelle wheat without using I tkeRhtacudCbawploadrlll soul by Bud1 l3rnheraleery Watson anti teleliliofloM cr wrof Mt Sterling were tI tweek putting up a new pole at r MaIRnll Jeff iroon trietB The city nutboritifs tire liiiflg the west end of street macad asited fro Milt Jennlel llioltBjr R eoraer to the enlnreit church The Richmond Champion wheat drill is in ute in every neighbory liooi In the county equal Buy one fromBudBroth er j Notwithstanding the unfavora heahtyeirthbeI a t 9R r o and dre t up the ranker graves a W W Wrwiiso Robert Lee Good paster bought 1JrN weanling mules of Henry 6talfoB fprJ5ft o eritAlfred PfPm Steele for fS2 and suckling horse colt ef vRqbert C Goodpaster forc4 iOi 1 P f dc ylIiIeboyiuareoiamb d r aboard the water wagon in anticapatIoBof the three yeari drout miter Jan 1 The isual crowd wal not here Saturday afternoon I l NKAkifco COXPLKTIOV The tw rfP ktellcleaeeof nine roo s 4A1 liiig Iratlt by Jesw Hampton n kit fata north ot Preston and se r bLaM1IICr krklceiriBg CODI It beautifully situated aa4 wilt be ahaadsoae hoae TRXLID IB OxThere Ii BO bS4 hjtattttiftfctMM f1oa here of 1SIIN4ys aid QIdMan Prohibition 1 ittlBf eii it It IB eatd that a ma I walked here lait Sunday froten I RIle out in the couatry for Xamel I fiH old stuff and couldnt get a Iiell een Such a stats of affairs M t if Isted to pake a body take paiseothewaterwagoawbethei 7S br a5 ta J fIo BEAT PsoHiHiTiojr g Ikavtrd1theltltirrou don I Ror ted around that r i Isasfrea Elliot t eounty ia talk I iiiX ef ta Bath county and r iettlsg VP a distiller t theman Infaeture of hot e rltllkyand Ii 541k ia Oleatathalegnon8 1 aa tIH sot to fce drunk nv the preBiietft AS gallon hot con J Iwhiyjgwill be Boaethiag fearl f 1c JeB PRIHTIBO KeaeBiber tha I TMS OCTLOOK is prepared to prin II Ietter4ieadsaotebeadi billheath u stateMailts envelopes cards labels Ir eipM invitations ilandall sort wt hHR estatiolr1onthebe f sleek ja tasteful ityle at the aod raaseaaMe prieee COB pa eot- i r wOrk with that tamed out by BBJ r jib ole a d you will Indltto ki ir k aivanUge to bare ni do yourl 1We aUo prINt potters dodgers C sphkti and everything usually 1fA1 rra uby a country job office r WebaveOR band for sale IB any 1ftiBtityblaBk deeds mortgage tjff fs illu1aignthe1ake I A 1 I rti SF I 1 r PERSONAL Thinks Thompson was In Elliott county Tuesday Miss Louise Gudgell loft Friday trf school at Louisville S A Crow of Green Bend Rowan county was lire Saturday Miss Linda Allen and Mrs Jerry Corbett left Tunsdiiy to visit at Eugene Minihau went to Coving on Thursday to spend several days Armstead Mason of lleattyvillo was at A W Baseoms Friday and Saturday Miss Annie Sheehan after a visit friends nt salt Lick returned home SundaycMiss Rosa coun y lavisiting hr grandmother Mra tatttd Fielders Miss Annie Allen returned last week from a visit to friends it Ash land and CatlettsburgdMrs Tuesday to visit her daughters rs Andrew Minlhan of St Louis who JlastJICBparents James Donaldson and wife Afisa Mary Sheehan went to Lex ington Tuesday to visit her cousin ol- Mra Leonard Tingle and other relatives Thomas L Darnell and wife rej s Saturday night from a n o the laterB relatives hi Pendleto county 0 FPufth the slngerjaftTuesda forl urtou Mo where Rev R A- VLtoi ty wilt join hint the latter par tthoweekSiameaGillonsllttle daughtorEUe has recovered from anattack of sortfl throat She did not hayc dlphth6r1 reported U rMar ar8t J Honnkera Miss Lucy left Thursday tl I to isit relatives at l liamsburg OhiocRev J M Fuqua returned InspThursday from the M E C Covliigtot and goes this week to his new pastorate ut Ocorgetownl 1itteinuntithe formeriN rother George at- tdwayand ret irftshom Wednes day of this week in Thunday e fternoon to their at Columbus after a visit tfSd homes ond wife and uUierr111 Mrs Clarence fLobus who had m been thu guest of Irs E H Good 8t5r has return d home to Cytithsi- nn Mrs Ga guest Mrs B King ordalso of C nthhunl has gone tomMtSterllng1 visit relatives INEAULt SuuscumuLnThe leaders in the organization of the Uur ley Tobacco Growers Co claim that the 250000 necessary to or anIse the company has been near all subscribed and tho balance will be 8011 DtBO George fieratt aged 18 ear sun of John PJerattof Montyt gUlfJerycountdleduf RthePierott is a son of TinePierntt arid married aMiss Perkins The doyeased hoy is said to have been most worthy young manSILToWnoiAnnJamnes Lyons nd Mrs Robscca Woodard were niarrie by Elder B H Ross at his- eeIilinco Thurnday Time bride room is a widower with a number f children Ue owns a home near C Ferguson schoolhouse The bride lives oh lower Flat Creek Shew thumeHofBB BuuKKDTho old toll gate residence near Stepstone o the Owingsvilie pike owned and by James Myers burned bout 7 oclock p m Saturday Everything in the house was dc strayed Myers was at the bedsid of hu dying fat rtOwenMyer IBS west of townJl Mrs Myers an children irere at Kendalls Spring A nas erby Justafter dark ktoawAs light ia one of the rooms and th kitchen a white before tbe ftrebrok utoThere had been no fire in th house since dinner was cooked There wIeo Insurance MT SKHUKO COCKT This town IkBd couH y eat the usual big delegation to Mt SterlingMnndayr There was a big live stock The cattle trade W8c brisk at the prevailing low prices for all except Hrstclass feeders which sold around four centstsome bringing a little over four cents ComnoR cattle were very lowMules and nule colts were a little lower tlthan they were at Court here last Mondays Sone colts that were of reredIre sold timers at a little lea than was offered here Lee iGpodpaitor told a pair of mature Hulas for f350 OPEHATOR CBOSKM The Sharps x burg Home Telephone Co baa cho- leR Mrs James Gillon as operator or its exchange in thii town and will begin business about Oct 1ITime selection iBa Most excellent one na Mrs Gillon was operator for along line ia the other ex change here and ga fine satisfac tion to tbepeopleXThe old Frat raana Hall baa been partitioned into a number of rooms for the ex change and residence of theopera isfamily and MrandMraGillon will Hake their home there Tb fotIartJ 16 feet square and tj being niiely fttted up waking jfc very desirable suite of rooms Ion a residence The company is putting up through the towns cable containing one hundred wires f outoftown service cj c p Two correspondents items reach ed us too late for publication this week MKETIXO CLOSED Tlio tnoetip at the Presbyterian Cliurch conduct ed by Rev JU Meaclmni assisted by Itev HA WnltonoIosedSuiuhiy night Largo audiences attended nightly enjoying tho services very PughotChicago ArtoiNTED KLKCTION OFKICER A change was made in the BathI County Election Board bytho rub fltitutlon of Major J M Brother for A II Dawfpn ne tIme Demo cratic member The Board lint the appointment of the olll ore for the NOvember election SACKED Soxo RECITAL O F Pugh while here at thePrcsbyterian meeting trained a number uf lady singers and gave a free sacred song at the ChrlatlanUhiureh Moo qbyang a duet each with Mrs Arthur t uMoraPuhTinngank who mukes regular trips here salesman for a Cincinnati firm called on and responded with u pandthe musics CotriKo AFFKAT At McDadcV tights Sam Davis in the chest severing three ribs and making a very ugly foundln the row Jim Duugher was cut in the thigh and his sonu John Will was cut in the arm both slight wounds by parties unknown Mournen is a young unmarried man Davis is a son of Lew Davis yearsin f his father lie was recently arried Davis wound is not HM essanily dangerous unless blood oison should set up Jtw Monfc TnANSATisFtED National j Mt Sterling Ky Sept 1- 8HJ05S t M Purcell Dear Sir I am more than satisfied with the settlements offered me ota my polii tbe Equitable It seems that of the five options utTered ullaro so Hi 1wme a cash dividend of hun my pay eats or an income for liftlof Sly twice my annual payment or a paidup policy for nearly 3000 or to return me all my twenty pay eats after carrying me twenty years for nothiug I will Buy thmtp the policy huts been a greet faction during the 20 years I have had it as at least once during the time I was at deaths door and otily the faithful nursing of my good mother saved me The protection to my children during the time cannot be estimated in dollars So have had value received every ear the policy has been in effect Tor every dollar I have paid and ow you offer to return me all huepaJllanci t more besides Many I have had occasion to tlian ou for the visit ypu made me 20 fiddltarhyour friendship BnrlngourIonc ac quaintanceship and wishing you much prosperity I am Ever yours Jonic HAHPEB MUD WiLt SUSTAINED The H Mend will was sustained in theaMt Sterling Circuit Court last eek The cate was quite a cdltIrated one locally y C Mead first visited this town agent for the company thatpub the elaborate map of Bath in the early eighties lieowas employed by Medicine Coof St Louisas salesman at u handsoine On his visits to thiftnwn tact Miss Lide Crouchdaughter Mrs Nancy Crouoh and they married Mr Mead traveled th South on a small steam i owned by the company His accompanied him and they their home on the boat ply the numerous tributaries of the river in tbe prosecution i of his business Mr Mead prospered well and invested a portion of his savings in a r on upper Slate Creek and a residence In Mt Sterling He sevIhis connection with the ParIsc MedicIne Co In the autumn of 1901 and accepted position with the WarapoleCo ofPhiladelphiaAfter bis return with his wife from ther last boating trip In the South he left her at their Mt Sterling home and went on a business trip to Tex as In the winter of 1902 He was broughthomesick shortly after his arrival Their pbyiioians pronopnced them affected with malaria probably contract ed on their Southern travels They both steadily grew worso MrMead died the latter part of February 1902 and Mis Mead the latter part of the following March Mr Mend had made a will before he became sick By the terms of his will Mien Vivian Perkins niece of Mrs Mend was to inherit a certain portion of his property wand it Mien Perkins survived Mrs Menu the former was to inherit al Jof uls property real and personal in Bath and Montgomery counties Mrs Mozella Edmuuds Mr Meads daughter by a former marriage wall given property elsewhere Mrp Edmunds brought suit to brqakLbi will She resides at Sirapsonla Graves Co v Min Perkins is a daughter o r Santford Perkins and ii now tb wife of Isaac Watts VV tVC 4 Photos wade at J A Powers Jewelry Store at 10 for lOc Count one and nil B F MYERS DKATK Benjamin flIdnughtcrMrs9wenMr Myers passed thH aniiivcr sary of his birth last March lie was probably born in this town as hU parents resided here and he also prior to the Civil war Ho married a danchter of Cleinont Conner mid they had SIX children of whom five survive Vm E of near town lIeu F of near Ewington Robertof near Crooks James 11 of Stepstone nod Lucy wife of Owen Jlyers of west of town Mrs Myers died about 17 years ago Mrs Lucy Hawkins of survivingmemberily MrsMagFicklinof Hill county Mo who died about two years ago was a sister Mr Myers was a good citizen and- enjoyed the ostoem of wide uc qnuintanceship und the friendship of 1Imewill miss and mourn hims ydoleuccsose I TnEToiiACflo CnolThc tobacco crop in the Kendalls Spring and tun neighborhoods has come out beyond all expectations It ill aid that there is much more tobacAco than there are burn room ticks provided for itand the grow ers are at their wits end to know A what to do with time surplus It is very difficult to form an os tlm8t 01 the quantity and quality f the present crop in Bulb county owing to the conflicting reportsk from different sections port a very line crop others a me diutn one and still others an indif LInseason there was considerable ouse burning which fUll checked y tho later cool weather Tho re urn of the warm weather the past eek has caused more houseburn piedrendered worthless r untiEs ENrziniu1siCiaude III Stephens thwehlk3wu vendor on cracker jack und other confections jf Mt Sterling was hero nb ut ten j rcc u y making and selling is stulFX t e comes here frequent sad line tjinut concluded that he will open out here a commissIon ouse anti also a restaurant iced cream and confuctionery CB btablishinent n strictly lirtftcliiop R lace similar to solas old business in Mi Steruingine thut ladle mrill fetl no hesitancy nt in11IltrlniZ VjHe will also some first of January next start a pas penger and cxpreps automobile to running between Owingatille und Mt Sterling making three trips daily anti connecting at Mt Ster ireturningrain arrives there The next trip will be to meet the li25 pm train and return here Theast trip ivill be to meet time 7 05 p m train and return here bringing the evening papers Mr Stephens is a practical busi ness man with nbundtnt capital that hojias made by his industry He will wind up his crackerjack business at street fuirpetobyNov alter which he will visit Indian phit Detroit and Gruncl Rapids o make his selection of IInautotmobile His commission house will deal in eggs poultry unit country pro duce generally grain etc His automobile line will enables ur people to make trips to Lex j ingtim and Cincinnati transact their business mind return home the- nsame day with more time to devote to business and at less expense than at present CoNKEKEKCK A8SIGNMENT8 CoV ngtonKySept12TheKentuckyl South closed this evening after seven days session at Scottstreet Methodist Episcopal Church and its declared the most successful conference of the church ever held in Kentucky October 13 14 und 15 were set apart as dye of prayer and humiliation for the bringing about of a great revival The next conference will btj held at Winches ter After tho conference finished its work at 2 oclock Bishop Can dler made the following announce znentsof ministers FRANKFORT DISTRICT W D Rowland presiding elder Corinth F D Palmetor Frankfort J OA Vaught Georgetown James MI Fuqua GhentJ M Matthews G ratz Hinton A Redd Law Mhllersbmirgvson Mt Hope W A Penn New Columbus W A Hosteller Oddvllle B Paris L Robinson Peters burgW L Selby Polsgrove Anson Gates Port Royal J R Nelson Uud dies Mills C C Fisher Salvlsa EJ HolmosChaplain BHELBYVILLE DISTRICT D Roburtson presidingelder Beards J H P BaIrd Beach Fork Arthur Orear Bloonifleld K F Afoorea Cumpbolls burgIaO Adams CarroUton M lChandler Chaplin W B Maxwill EC Savage Plean nrevllle and Eminence H C Wright LaJtrungo C J Nugent Milton Geo W Boswell N w Castle P C Ever sole Shelbyvllle O J Chandler SInip3tinvill J J Dickey Taylors yUle T Missionary toCq lmC H GreerConferenctfMlssionary Secretary EC Savage- LEXINGTON DISTRICT KGB Mann presiding elder Ca margo and Grassy Lick C F Oney omptooW F Wyatt Clay City 0 WilebIlce Supple Hazard and dmlllli J ri P yjt t f NOW READY Mrs D S Estill has opened out her new Fall and Winter Goods and they are ready for inspection Everything in millinery dress goods and notions cheap for cash Cash paid for eggs MRS D S ESTILL W K McClure IrviueJ W Jackson Jackson W W Green Lexington LexingtonHillleo Froh Mt Sterling H C Turner rUUlI1crurjBE Lancaster Nicholas Mt supernumeraryW lon Spears W 11 Hawaii and CAItromley VeraaillesW S Grinstend West Liberty K S Wilson Wlnclies ter J It Savage WincheeterMission Oil Crockett Kentucky Weslnyan ollege J L Webber tires W S- nderson professor Kentucky Wet Ian Academy II M Lee principal Student Uossett at Vanderbllt University CI DANVILLE DISTRICT J W Simpson presiding eldnr Hroadhend To be Burglu and nrlusville WD WelbnrnIJurn side U K Jordan Corbln J RWzmrdq E H Pearce in and South Somerset T T Heir Harrodsburg W F Vuui hau Lancaster li M Nelson London A P Jones Mackville P tqr Va1kertMlddlesboro M W finer Price T Smitn PerryvIIK Josiah Updbnx PlutovIlle and Barhourville SnwyerPrl11ChprRvUlA mond F N Hill Salt River J M McIntyreStnnrordTo be supplied Wilmore C M Hum nCOVINGTONJ S Sims presiding elder Alex- andrIa n T 15 Cook Augusta and Dover E K Arnold BrooksvilleW M Britt Butler Jt S Clark California K A Savnco Covlugton ScottSt Felix K Hill Jr Colngton Elevlnnth St WO Sadler C L Clark Etinuiger and WnltnllEdw Allen Falniouth li F Chatham Foster E L Griffey HighlalidsJ P BigHoneNewport J W Crates Visnlia Joe K Wright WniiamstownJDRedd MAYSVILLK DISTRICT J R Dneriiifr pretjidiim elderBeth l jiild Shnrpshnr J T J Visor Car lisle UIIS East Maysville und Concord C P Pilo Fairviow IemlngsburHPoUitt HlIIsboro J L West en pernumerary J S Walker Little Rock j F B Jones Maysville J K Stronvp Moorefleld W L ClarkMt CurmeIJ W Gardner Mt Olivet JW Harris Suit Well S 0 mils Shannon ami SardlH W T Eckler- 1lItlln W W Spates Tolleshoro O Wiiny Vniiceburu H E Roseber v Wa hingron and Hebron B F VettVlrilnlahurg U V W Darlington North Carolina Conference R H Hobbs People8AUllthMills Corporations and Campaign Funds Judge Alton IIParkerlatcUemi ncratic nominee or the following statement to theAeieouiated Pram in regard to factIbrought out by the New York comI mitttb investigating time life insur ance companies that President We Cullof theNewYorkLife Insurance had contributed 50000 of the Ptockholders money to time Repub teM campaign fund last yearIYep 1 believe I ought to say ow that there is no political ex citement to distract the public at entinn that the President of the Now York Life was not the only eUch contributor The officers of ilier great life insurance compan es such as the Equitable and the Mutual also contributed from the policyholders funds for campaign iLrposcs last year What has been proved in the ease of the New York Life will un doubtedly be proved in the other cases The facts exist and honest and able counsel backed by an lion est committee will undoubtedly bring them out for the public good Were there an investigation of railroad manufacturing and other corporations it would be found that these life insurance officers were not the only corporation officers who put their hands into the treat ury and took out moneys belonging widows and orphans to secure a partisan triumph That their acts were unlawful and their purposes corrupt goes without saying They intended to have the money used as it was in corrupting the electorate Mr tIer hums makes the point that Mr John A McCall president of the New York Life is a Democrat Appar ently he would have the public as sume that when Mr McCall unlaw fully and wrongfully contributed these funds the comnariya share probablyas a member of the under writing syndicate it was evidence of political virtue rather than misconduct The truth about it is and I say it without feeling but emphaticul ally that men like McCall have no political convictions that stand in tine way of their personal ndvnn tago Such men desire the triumph of the party which will better ve their personal financial interests and willfor contributions past present and future continue to protect those interests by lenient I5P- legislation and by pretense at exe cution of law which shall be ten deny blind to all their offenses That party they espouse in the board room and contribute to it of the moneys they hold in trust and occasionally a little of their own The underlying principles which reopleintomen Their one inquiry is will the party organization in its hour of triumph remember our generos ty and respond to our demands course the organization does remember for it expects a similar contribution next time And the expectation is not in vain Last was not the first time Such contributions had been made before in national State and municipal elections The officers responsible for raids on the treasuries of corporations have received their re ward in unfettered management of life insurance corporations in the embarrassed raMs on tho public through trusts condemned by both common and statute law j in refusal to punish criminally the of of railroad and ether corpor violating the laws and in statutory permission to manufac turing corporations to levy tribute on the people There cAn be no hope of checV ag tho unlawfulegressions of olll cerH of great corporations so long as they may thus form n quasi partnership with the organizntion of the dominant political party For in the hour when tho adminis trative olflciul seeks to punish the bifender he is reminded by the head of tine organization of the magni tude of the contributions of the corporations There is however something worse if possible than the escape of such offenders from justice It is the gradual demoralization of voters and the dulling of the public conscience caused by the efforts to make theee vast sums of money procure the ballots they were in tended to procure corruptly and otherwiseIt my purpose to claim that the Democratic party subjected to the temptation which has overcome the other party during the last few years would have acted differently Mere party advert tage should not be sought from the disclosures made in this investiga Lion But the facts should be dil ige ntly sought that the people may become so aroused that they will insist upon legislation making it a criminal offense for officers to contribute corporate funds for politi cat purposeo and depriving the apparently successful candidates uf their offices Efforts in that direction have been making in different States since November last and partially in this State But the Republican organization would not consent to it so the Legislature defeated tbe bills And tine organization never will consent until an aroused pub lie sentiment shall threaten legislators with political oblivion who fail to enact effective laws on the subject REGIT4ALBath will give a musical recital at the Courthouse Tuesday EveningSept26 for the of the Confederate Monument Fund Miss Mildred Davis of Mt Sterling pianist and Miss Anna Belle Donnahue of In diun Territory vocalist 3oc atlm g6o NvonAwap Christmas Subscribers for Subscribers to the Courier Journal The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share tine profits of this prosperoumH year with its subscribers poses to give away twenty Christ mat presents ranging from 100 to 20 amountingto 000 in allThere will be four general presents of 10050 30 and 20 and sixteen presents of 30 and 20 to be giver in the states of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas MiesouriVirgin ia and Alabama The plan ia fair and simple Write to the Courier Sournal Cp Lpuisyille Ky for a copy of tho Weekly Courier Journ al giving full details It will sent tree teI NOW IS THE TIM to save BloHojf on iiugtf Harness I haVe tnore Harness and bettdrHat heSs than andy house In Eastern Kentucky When you buy that newLugjjy cUm ilud 6bb iny Harness nntl I Vii HHVO you inonoy tEveryone kndws that my Ky Spring Saddles ate tIme host saddlemada They rWo easier lotlk bolter and wear longer than lIIysaddlelnttu n yS wtiOre Ciitiib nttd sub me and I wilt save you moroyI if t aril yolirfc for Uio best Saddles nuLl mies3 EUGENE MIN1HAN Owingsvi- 1ieRACKET e STORBr- e haVe oil our fall giods lirQct Aoin New York and so lowyou cant resist bu ing Sl Cups and Saucers sot 5c Plates sot iic Table Knives cachi tDust Puns sc Pocket Combs c Book Straps lOc Pencil Boxes 50 Slates 81 Sc Slate Pencils 3 foF Ic Cobblers Set in box ice Glass Salt Cellars 2ic Whisk Brooms lOc FiatlronsIb4c KY a in at oil at at a Ky JLivery Feed r Sale Stable KY for horse and iiiilt dealers Telepl jne with Preston Station c Now is the time to have done I will do you work J D If you want the services of an sue tioneer call on me Terms reason able H Ky My two work horses were stolen from my home mar Ue Bulb Co Ky the night of Sept 4 is a light bay blind in both eyes has barbed wire scar on right front foot tine other is a dark hay blind in right eye is part Iiil pay one dollars reward for jhe return of the horses and of the person or persons who stole them Address JAMES F CLARK R F D No 1 Offer for fall of 1005 ft full frait and fltn wen ut tre 8grpcvines small fruits rhu barb shrubs etc We no J i Bed Blanket Pf JIU8t5 49ci Outing Cloth yd 9 8etCanton Cottonyd 10 8i5J hound Rubber yd 2 OSi Kid 5ci Meug and Boys Cals 25 1i10a Fall yd 25 124 8ci CASH PAID FOR EGGS E W HEEILfGOTO WMATOHISON rxd Fee trOWJNdSVlLLE When you desire livery teamthat iiirst class every respect BRANDNEW VEHICLES HORSEf FRESH AND FAST Atchison feeds your horses reasoiiable prices Sales made commission All trains met reston low cl ges WWI ATCHISON LIVERYMAN t OwingsVille THOS JONES OWINGSVILLE Headquarters connection PAINTING painting papering firstclass SHEL1A- NAUCTIONEER Y GEORGE GUDGELL Odessa 100 REWARD noldaville 19050no Clydesdule hundred conviction Sharpsburg K- yUF1Hillenrneyer Sons BLUEGRASS NurseriesLEXIGTON stockof appurngup employ plantI Cutlerrtloa frvfBabyCHps jHandWnisting Livery qig Accident Iiisun e A few weeks ago Linsu ed Elder T W Harriott 1 against accident t ness A few days later he was kicked on the elbow by a horse he was curry Jwasfly company has just paid him 86b insurance Do you know you areas likely to get hurt as he Come in and hear my proposition I will insure you against everything in the way pif accident or sickness It wont cost much but if itis inconvenient for you t4pay cash I will taKe your note Isnt that fair v JAMES M ROSS Owingsvilie Ky i Day plump 57 Ntmimtpimnine 1I VV C O RAiLWAY i J = 1 Trains 22 and 23 carry Dining service Mtalsalacartp TIME CARD KFFECTIYE SEPT a 271903 Tnn oP TnAIN ArPRESTCOcSmTI O N Eastbound No 26 954 a m No 22 I349 P fNo 24 1005 p nv Westbound Nozi1648a 01t ITVNoNos 26 and 23 daily ex cept Sunday all others daily TheOtltookanddafl Louisville Post oneJa es S I i5tc i1 q i l I I I OWINRSVIIIEOUTLOWt OUTLOOK pun CO PublUher t OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THEIR DEMANDS SHE tit must be purr he must be wisehlie mutt have youth he must He must hard eagerness to rise Above the level of the throng lie must be handsome tall and straight A proua descent hr ft possess I When He comes Ill capitulate And strive to yield him happiness 4 lIE I Bhe must before all other things motivesnyeAnl have Ideals that arc high Bhe must be modcat and have wit She must be steadfast cultured sweet When I catch up with tier Ill quitvPostponing end kneel at her ENVOY I He had a squint and legs that bowed His mother once had cooked at seaer Hut Luck or Fortune had t Great heaps of wealth upon him She Had utile wit and would have sold Hr soul for gold but she was fair Most fair and graceful to behold arIthere S E Jailer In Chicago RecordHerald NDY1cP t j CHAPTER XLrCOXTlNUEDjt SA Ecorc of canoes shot forth from Lp the shore and surrounded the Saint Honore their occupants eager to heat the news from the home country and S to Len the faces of the newcomers On4 board everything was in confusion as one and all prepared to exchange their lm cramped quarters for the liberty of 4 shore life At length all were ready to land and assembled themselves on the 1 deck Just then came stealing to their 4 xcam the sweet tones of the Angelus d hushing the noisy throng as they e2 knelt softener by this homely wel reSthan one eye as it minded them of thn Sy fardistant Norman coast or field of j Pleardy 2ce As the canoe containing La Salle IteSetieiit f welcoming crowd Foremost among them stool the governor the Intendant and members of the coun I ell together with the chief men of reIs the Comte Frontenac met him with a Ti friendlyszniie and hearty grasp a Blenvn mon cher La Salle Wel come again to Quebec and all New o France he said 4 Thaphtle Gouverneur was the repjy Ma fof but I like not the Tolling ship and long voyage Give mo rather the canoe and paddle again 1 t1 with thp shore always In easy reach 4 ir and ayrirehsd spot on Mother Earth In ten to slej pr stretch my limbs rore the supper But I forget li 1 have made new ftsince I saw r t 5you and have brought oneTStanch and J true with me Thus speaking he f 5 iLpreaentel Tofu Then turning to a man who sUjod with a lowering brow fi j biting hs lips as tye watched the hearty exchange of greetings between w thetwoAhl ou how has it fared with M 1Inteadant Duchesneau And you Lalso Bizard and little Barrios too e r Par DIeu man but you have grown shorter since I tail The party started up the narrow LugSallVman eJ of questions relating to tho BeIthem walked La Salle bowing now aid then as he caught sight of a 5familiar face in the together b yjfh Barrios thegovernoia secretary RBq fllsard lieutenant of his guard Dacbeabeau after responding La t Sajlea greeting in a halfhearted sort j ii P AjKNOCK AT THE DOOR j S t Iof way rcanlus behind to see tho Wittat ever p e brought A7o f l1Jtbtf kiag iTfce city wa divided Into an upper aiby the l verafB18t officials soldiers l priests nuns whn the latter 1 i ceeslstlBg otsie long street taking t upithe space between the rIT r sedge tttr tf4 the footof the bluffs was made sallorsiYt5 town was tmadebyeltkerortwo ways the tock Iapassage with steps cutjn the govfiv Maed with houses As they walked Wpwiy akrag the passersby saluted 5 r 1evernor with deference and stopped to gaze at the faces of the piJJeepal palace Froateaac paused to gain cia btth and await the arrival of tho f iotkfrnu A long Imbheln mes I t1 M ie8 Come with me tp the Chateau to 10cigebeneath1Y oficlal j4tare oclock La Salle and T onti 1 were uehered Intq the apartment desc Frentenac wh n he eft t l jTI1e Walls were of oak and the black 71IyJhelIIHkethatpoured from iUeeplace JN tbtwJlItcamefro m tile C ve fireplace j wSe branc1ifngan era pofooeauscd aa a httrack by the r worthjf CMite ATijwsibeirpf pictures I brog Xi from France feredewjrated fl wtti jrtrj gs of vrlcoIMedwampu11i xeiitwinM about r frames while a sinap1weeattaehed ton e wall fb reand- r lbre giving a brigkt touch 9fcolor 4tt J fllffir fla i 1 5 t of t 1rj t Jo Itj4 r J 1it yI ktr M J 5 tr 1 ir f rjiI 4 0 1JJ ye 5 Ocrll tj t winging cresacts that furnished from overhead a light much feebler than hat emanating front the blazing logs showed in one corner an old tarnished corselet and some steel pikes while in another a massive carved desk am chair betrayed the official character of the room In the center of the floor carpeted with many skins stood a heavy table set with snowwhite pihighbackedber of the expected diners While warming themselves before the fire the autumn nights were cnllly an hour after the sun went down and gazing at the mixture of civilization and barbarism about them Frontenac entered the room and soon all were engaged with hearty app t ties at their evening meal They talked freely of the plans for the fur trade that La Salle hoped to be able build up Frontenac as a sort of artner In the enterprise offered advice and gave his views frankjy on a subjects discussedothA knock at the door and a servant o gaift meIlebusiness of the meeting Frontenac Ihad called for the reading ot the dispatches that had arrived on the Saint Honore and the transaction of other Important business Tonti nnd La theIher The relation of his wrongs to his friends had tended to arouse the irri ability that was so prominent a characteristic of the man On entering thj room a cloud gathered on his brow as he saw all the members of the council seated about a large table engaged In earnest conversation No one stirred as he appeared and It was only after fl3hisrecollect his position and accordingly arose some of them reluctantly enough and bowed remaining stand- Ing until he had taken his seat How now messieurs he exclaimed do you proceed with tho councils business without waiting for its chief and president Then a pausing for a reply he seated himself dobishoptendant on his left and directed them to proceed to business Duchesneau accordingly broke the lyhandedAll listened eagerly to learn what mes sages the king sent to the chief officers yIngstate was attended to with a respect ful interest but It was not until the latter part was reached which touched upon the various disputes between gov ernor and Intendant in which each member of the council bad taken sides that the interest became Intense Idsecretarythe new troubles and dissensions that anFranceclearly and strongly given you to under stand that your sole care should be to maintain harmony and peace among all seeamlncdthe dispatches which you have written us during the last year and as the mat- t rll of which they treat arc sufficiently thversaipreserve harmony In the country un icrsayour command lYe have weighed both youConfldr IIhouldbe reductDuring the reading Durhesncaus face gleamed with pleasure white that portion of the council that sided with him Autcull the attorney general Vllllray and Tilly exchanged glances of htarty satisfaction Frontena c wrath was greatly augmented at t public rebuke from the king but he only commanded In a sharp tono that the secretary proceed with the reading As for wamjnrials that you sent usr and thbugh It appear by the letters of St de Frontei that this conduct leaves something to desired there Is assuredly far more to blame In yours than In his As to what you say concerning his violence his trade with the Indians and In general all that wrIttenhimmidst of your complaints you say many things which are without foundation or which are no concern of yours It Is diffi JhesJllrltwhich aIbefore next year we shall keep you no longer In office It was now the turn of Frontenac adherents who constituted a 1majority of the council to rejoice The governor smiled scornfully as he saw the color mount on Duchesneaus face during the reading of this sharp proofSThe next business taken up was the ionIpassed at the previous meeting of the council which had been made out inaterms agreeable to the governor See that it be writ well and lairc FrontenacThentlnued ICM rintepdents hand lis steady enough he can sign it now j Duchesneau still smarting under the kings message and disliking the tone aeommandrepUedr It the council permit I and the sec retal1wlU withdraw into the adjoin- Ing room where we can examine lt in peace and enter it in proper form Frontenac blazed up at once And keep tho governor and the council waiting Ma fol since when have we tended on your pleasure Dame sign it at once I would have no c rtty that the res1utlonwould be accurately transcribed did I not see it signed in my presence Stung to the quick Duchesneau arose and motioning to the secre draftIbThe governor thunderstruck at his betoreMordloux you shall not leave the council chamber until you he signed the paper After that I care apt when you leave nor how long Y remain away eithertThen I shall get out of tleInor else stay h enll nigbtr reto the intendant obstinately youMllntendantAlthough antagonistic to Frontenac saw that Duchesneau had gone too far accede to his reasonable re quest The Intendant looked about hipv sullenly then approaching the ahj signed the document and turfied to the governor defiantly I withdraw my opposition next addressing the coun dl I crave leave Messieurs to read this communication that was handed meblore entering So saying he read a petition from cou1cltDvacant It stated that FrontVfiab bad put bite In prison because having ob tamed In due Torm passport to tend acanoetoJilsftfishingstation at lla cfeijtvtWkt i t vii f 2 JS p d boat thither without applying for to other passport The governor had sent for him and demanded by what right he did so DAmours replied that he believed he had acted In nc cicor dance with the Intention of the king whereupon M lc Gbuverneur fell Into a rage and said to your peti tioner I will teach you the Intentions of the king and you shall stay In son till you learn them and your itioner was shut up In a chamber of the Chateau wherein he still re mains and prays the honorable council that a trial be granted him according uifeWDuchesneau glanced vindictively at the governor whilst reading the peti tion well knowing that It would ac asa bombshell among the members of tho councU He had no sooner fin ished than Aerythlng was in an up roar The partisans of Duchesneau were on AntheirIIrel beoasoofers friendly to the governor vain ly strove to pacify them in order t n a hearing for him The confu a Increased Ink was spilled docu nts tossed from the table fists were raised In air and faces distorted with passion Above the din the voices of Auteull Tilly and Vllllray were heard loudly calling for justice saying that their own personal liberty was in dan ger and that they would fight against such tyranny Frontenac had risen with such via len co as to send the highbacked chair crashing over on the floor He stood defiantly facing the angry councillors His anger choked him his face and neck were purple with rage the veins on his forehead stood out like great cords his eyes streamed fire At length he found utterance in speech he heard the cries for justice and the words against tyranny Striking with his huge fist upon the table he bellowed Silence and when he could be heard continued Ye dolts and rebels that cry forth for justice and threaten to raise arms against a tyrant hear me Know yu mytne aught amiss I am answerable to You clamor against my enforce ments of the law What would you That I overlook Its Infringement an l thus give seeming ground for moro ing letters nnd infamous reports r ere I to gloss over the transgres sions of the law like you M Ilntend ant with your Illicit brandytrade ur connivance with roureursdebols ti furtradera the king would have anarchy throughout his colony Instead of law and order The case Is plain M DAmours admits tire commission of pr anitatecommands That right I deny Were I to begowould be found in all the who w raould lidseek to fight a tyrant know well with whom you have to deal Then le ananingwcretarypactationsauicklyto a haeyinganan aL banishment from Quebec for Messieurs Tilly Autcull and Villi ray they are to retire to their country homes antremain there S heeestamping out of5the room he was gone pclCHAPTER XII iIOTHER INANIMATE OBJECTS OFTEN HAVE EARSasThe scenes of anger and violence ere over The exiled councillors tad retired to their homes on parole that tbChateau were all asleep and the entire citadel was again at peace A sentinel pacing his weary watch upon thti rampart was the only living t t Rhclower town and the distant howl of a hungry wolf from tho direction of Beauprcwcre the only sounds app r inInentIt was already after midnight and the guard had been changed when a keen eye might have seen a dark figure pass silently along within the shade of the barracks the guardroom and the Chauteau itself until It finally Was merged In tho deep shadow of tho magazine at the extreme end of the rortSoon after another formap peared gliding by the same roqte to common rendezvous Within the shelter of the building they stood and t t1het l lrhemvoice Are we all here Yes M Ilntendant and waiting spoke up one of the group rather tes tly as ho shivered with the cold and drew his cloak closer about his shoul d ersnPardon my delay Monsieur lEveque replied Duchesneau but I wag merely taking the necessary precau ions I gave orders to have an extra amount of liquor served to the sc iiadiers in the guardroom tonight and delayed my coming until I had made sure that yonder sentinel received his double allowance before his turn came He is too happy now to watch the bhearBut are you sure we are entirely secure hero spoke up the third member of the group who looked uneasily about him repliedwIthto esunless the obscurity about w wbusinessturningyto the first speaker again he Mintedto have much weight for the Sleur de la Salle has come In spite of your ef forts True M Ilatendant was the re ainwhlle1 give you the words of his re pIn and he repeated from memory the ecret letter of Colberts ITo Be Continued WllUnff Worker Ma what are the folk In out church gcttln up a colletloi for- T send pur minister on a vacation to Europe h1s summer An wont there be no church wit hela gone No preaching services I guess Ma Igot123 saved up in my ban I can I give iatj Cleveland Let Lt r i IS1 i q I iItl w J JACOBS FLIGHT FROM HARAN OUR BIBLE STORY bar thehighway and Dy yay Pmchcr A Vision Between the Lines c Cods Inspired Word CopJrill byJ tFaoo Scripture Authority And the Lord sail unto Jacob Return unto the land of thy fathers and to thy kindred and I will bo with theehen Jacob rose up and set hIs sons and his wives upon camels and he carried away all his cattle tant all his goods which he had gotten the cattle of his getting which he had gotten In Iartanaram for to go to Isaac his father In the land of Canaan And Laban went to shear his sheep and Rachel had stolen the Images that were her fathers d Jacob stole away unawares t Laban Sytfitn In that lie told him not that he So he fled with all that he had and Ihe rose up and passed over the river and 0set his face towards the mount Gllcad Ami It was told Laban on the third lay that Jacob was ned And he took his brethren with him nail pursued alter him even days journey and they overtook Mm In the mount GlleadGen 313 17IJ Head all of chapter 1- 1I ACOB never paused until bn was In the midst of his flocks Ho could think better there He felt more at homo there lie looked about him In tho clear starlight he could see the cattle browsing Quietly and it calmed his troubled spirit Ills thoughts went baok over the past six years He re called the uaalr dealings of Laban of how time and time again he had changed his wages and how In spite at It all ho had prosperedSoCoil hath given me these he thought gratefully as he lifted his Cy fie upldcertaintyWhyneeltspoken good concerning him He re merobered how six years before he had detcrmlnnd to return to Canaan and gain the longing seized him to hack nut what of Laban He fear him What should he do In his per plexlty and nxlety he lifted his heart to God and criedwaOn Lord Whither shall I turn And In the stillness of tho night a voice came to him out of the heavens d said Return unto tho land of thy fa tit ers and to thy kindred and I will with thee As the day broke and the ascending ys of tho advancing sun greeted him ke messengers of good omen he felt the purpose of a new confidence and hope taking possession of him d acting at once upon the wonls the Lord had just spoken he dls tched one of his servants with a mes ge to Rachel and Leah calling them thpyhade loyalty nail devotion of true wom hood they both exclaimed Whatsoever God hath said unto theo do Yea why should we tarry said eab Is there yet any portion of In rltanco for us In our fathers house Nay worse than that Rachel ex aImed bitterly we are rrrunted of him as strangers And hath he not sold us and quite devoured also mrth dower All the riches which God both ken from our father that Is ours a rni our childrens nut Awhenked setting back to the real matter in hand RachelFathpris morning to shear the sheep and will be gone some days AnL so It was arranged and ha atyc reparations were begun at once foradeparture During the work of packing upg achel discovered an earthenware jarn hiclr she some time before had bor ro itwedto his tent her eyes fell upon Images of hits fathers gods standing their place of honor over his couch rought up as she had been In thesatmosphere of the heathen worship It Is not strange that these Images it lawc kitverJ rueacobGod had not been sufficient to wean her She believed In Jacobs God and yet there was still the strong superstition and admiration for the symbols Ii her fathers religion They crcs about to depart to what to her was peopleDidi gods She bowed herself In wor p and then as she arose along Imagpswithth temthe words of Jacob came to her which he had spoken that morning an and Leah had started back to prCr for the journey Be sure he said that ye t that bclongeth to Lahan thy father lest he should have just cause against us But he meant household goods and s ltuchshe concealed tho images under ier theobef cabamIlyand me as much as to anyone else 11thItoffend Jacobs God and she rem emtered how Jacob bad told her a here was but one God and He an fn visible one and that It was displeasing to Him for them to have Images and to worship themtBut why shetexclaimed impatiently Why cant I have the gods of my father and the Q hhichthese and what would I do Jacobs God should fall us Thus clinging to the teraphlm lipped stealthily out of the tent and concealed them in the saddle of her camelThat day and the next end the Jacob pressed forward with his w necAnd Tobaccoil is the great IndustryIn BuxtoQyear as the records will show there w s a production of 32000000 pounds ractorlesotWInstonthat much plug could be chewed up In a decade eh7 nut somebody must getaway with it for the output Is con gantly Increasing j 7 itfkoii 4EIfiI v o f tt I 4 t ure there came a messenger to Laban telling him that Jacob had fled- I was passing tho place where his tents had been pitched and his flocks had fed explained the servant aid I found it desolate and while I wai In doubt as to what it meant I met a traveler from the south who told me of meeting with a big caravan making its way to the southward and from his description it could have been none other than that of Jacob Laban dropped his shears and stared In astonishment at the speaker while his sons jumped to their feet exclaim ing fiercely He has escaped us Could some ono have warned him Let us pursue after him cried La ban now thoroughly aroused Surel we can overtake him for with his flocks and herds and wives and little ones he cannot move swiftly pitiUoszswiftest camels were selected and meforeA bitter exclamation of disappoint ment and anger drew them to the tent thelugMy gods My gods They hat c taken my gods As the last act of preparation for the journey he had stepped before his shrine to worship and to ask the favor of his gods for the journey when ho discovered that they were gone In consternation he hall searched through his tent and then the truth had flashed across him They had taken his gods Late on tire afternoon of the seventh portlonwinding up over the rocky pathway of Mount Gllead See there they are Tomorrow early we will tall upon them and re cover our daughters and our suPrstance Laban cried exultantly Nay let us not delay urged Litiens Ere nightfall we can gain outer border of their and n wh OffenthonNot so my sons Laban objected cometoandlostAnd that night God came to Laban In ReTakenot to Jacob either good or badsw nwashad He deshoutedcame ntheytherehad hisreetTakeheedJacob either good or bad It hiust have been Jacobs COIl voiceAnlland next day when they overtook theyofferedchldcd Jacob saying What has thou done that thou hast stolen away unawares to me and car captivestakenthou flee away secretly and steal away from me and didst not tell me thallmight havn sent thee away with mirth vlthharpkiss my sons and my daughters Thou hast done foolishly Inso doing It Is e power of my hand to do thee hurt Ibut the God of your father spake unto m onespeak not lo Jacob either hindgone because thou sore longedst after thy fathers house yet wherefore hast thou stolen my gods greallrrltatlonduring Kusatlonnger flashed forth and he exclaimed phodshJacobsandjcpaled and her heart sank within her With a cry to Jacobs God for help for he felt Instinctively that the gods she had concealed could not help her she aited In terror while Laban searci through all the tents and at last ca to hers and while he peered into every nook and cranny she watched him with nervous apprehension But he round them not for they were concealed In the camels furniture upon which she t ittingIwas and Laban charging all the chodewuSE which he had suffered at his hands and with aggravating coolness Laban iesu spOndedTheee daughters are my daughters and thEse children are my children and thatthou jjireebornenjj0It be for a witness between me and thee uprorbrethren to gather stones and accord- Ing to the custom of the people they thl8celltralsacrifice while Laban and bin sons nd stonesInhe bread of reconciliation And JacoJgcalled the place Oaleed for said Iab anth betweenhall be a watch tower between us for andheeother This heap and this pillar shall thlsheap PKplbennd Laban and his brethren rested together In the mount and early In morning Laban rose up and calling vreshe departed with his sons and returned unto his place at Haranpo WarjnndAll dome stieF loans war taxes increased custi DUICu duties etc Japan has raised ne anyy J850000000 for war purposes wages in the United States are att pantheequal to our raising 5100000000 Further as the population of Japan Is 84000OOIt9000000000 to equal Japans abit t t 1irh F I 4 w or T li STATE ODDS AND ENDS I EULASS MORGAN CAPTURED He Escaped From the Gherlff By Jumping From a Train Catletfsburg Ky Sept 1C Eulass Morgan the maniac from Corinth Ky who escaped from Sheriff W I Darker of Grant county by jumping 40ywoods south of this place by a posse who had been In search for him since Thursday afternoon Morgan was In ble condition as a result of the inds ho received when ho Jpmped trom the flying train and was im diately placed in the care of a phy an Despite the weakness from the loss of blood the maniac was not captured until after a hard chase by posse He was brought to Catleti g and placed In jail where he wi bo held for the Grant county author ties YELLOW FEVER CASES Three People Not Allowed To Get Off a Train at Lexington Lexington Ky Sept lTbree p pie from yellow fever wanting to get off a Queen Crescent train at 12 oclock Thursday night were not per mlttcd to do so by the police The train was carrying 200 refugees from Tallulah and Lako Providence La Two physicians were in charge of tha patients and will take them through lo Cincinnati United States Con ssrnan Joseph Ransdall of Lake ovidence Is on the train and will ure a marino surgeon for the pa nts A large number of refugees not In the car with tho patients got here belngmet at Nlcholasvllle by e health officer ALLEGED BIGAMY J Louisville Accused Of Kllllrtg 1RIch Widow Louisville CySep 14 Calvin Y ofthiyssm urder According to the theory o thfearried Mrs Mary Borgmeyer a t IAar ot Cootember 4 after having been In appar ent good health The certificate a heart disease caused death but how body has been exhumed and the stom nch is being examined for poison REVJ B RICE DEAD H e Had a Varied Experience as Lawl yet Minister Etc rl thedthe Gospel to denominations wri lo nerthe army during the SpanishAmerican war Rev John Bell Rice died here as th rhewith suicidal Intent Mr Rices iuftlfl fering from a cancer which had af Dieted him for three years led him toH kill himself IKicked By a Horse Newport Ky Sept 14 During five hours Willie Hall 7 son of Morgan Han a wealthy farmer of Campbell county lay in a fence corner in one of s fathers fields suffering from a kick from a vicious horse while his family and a score of neighbors hunted for him It is feared he will die Pardoned By the Governor Louisville Ky Sept 141 Franklin eith who In the arly spring shot Bay ss OBannon has just been pardoned by Gov Beckham according to a teOwonic communication with the Dliim phoc nnati to dieqRight of Way Secured Campton Ky Sept 14John Day and Floyd Day of Lexington promo ters of the railroad from Natural Bridge Powell county to this place pnebegun at once and completed by annuary 1 1906 Hotel Clerk Dies- Lexington Ky Sept 16chas M Norman for 20 years a clerk at the Phoenix hotel ana late of th tiehere He went out for a walk before pper and on his return complained of fellng and soon after was stricken with paralysis Found Dead In Bed Winchester Ky Sept 14TMrs Pol Hampton was found dead In her bed the county having died oiheart dls ase She was 86 years ol land a ember of a wealthy and prominent intly Gamblers Fined Lexington Ky Sept 16tieven alleged operators of gambling resorts in this city were fined 200 and casts each in the circuit court Friday after noon and similar fines against the poolroom operators and clerks will it is said be entered Saturday KentuckySergent ew ood paying oil wells were struck InD e Beaver Creek oil fields here on the KnottFloyd northrho best one flows 80 barrels a day while 35 barrels Is the least produced Justifiable Homicide Shelbyville Ky Sept I5The examining trial of Lemuel Mahoney for the killing of Will Sutherland at thin ace held before County Judge Da ia resulted in his acquittal It being early proven that it was justifiable Will Veto Salary Increase MayorUseto the resolution passed by both ranches of the Newport board of council Increasing the salary of the lice Judge from 1 600 to 1200 Fine and Imprisonment Mt Sterling Kyj Sept HJohn aIr white was convicted of setting p a game and was sentenced to three ears In the penitentiary and tined 300 This Is the first conviction for hu offense in Montgomery county for years Dropped Dead of Heart Disease Covington Ky Sept 14 Berney Martin about45 years of age helper on an Ice wagon dropped dead of heart trouble at Madison avenue and Sev cnth street He leaves a widow and w9 cl14r f coIH N jcturersL hadouIsville aiLMartin I Co tobacco manufacturers and alleging that the defendants at hopelesslY Insolvent say oblisamount to 105500 nR32 cd thrfurtherbankNationaltional bank German Insuranco banlc and Third National bank to the extent of 187000 to Hugh Martin for J12 WII221000 woAMeat Business of the South To DC Controlled By the Armours Louisvile Ky Sept 16Armour ft toCo have secured controlling interest bytheCo and will Immediately begin Improvements involving the outlav of nearly half a million dollars Tbs deal pra 0lathe couth Louisville Is made the dls tri or elu jIteCo have been trying for many mont to secure a controlling interest in lconcern It is understood that the pur- chaSe price Is 250000TMYSTERIOUS SUICIDE ctaum Owensboro KySept IGA myst nio abVok two ounces of laudanum evident mfnutcsapartCombs w i locatl the lodges to whlcft he belonged e located In FrankfortOna ni mbs had written directing that nia re mains be sent to Monterey Ky and that the various lodges of which as a member be notified THE TRIAL DELAYED The Main Witness In a Murder Cas Failed To Report grandJuryugalnst H H Loving was delayed by e absence of V J Blow a mai ufao ttircr of Louisville and the main wit ss He was served with a summons On a train He did not appear An aU tachment has been Issued for him CStt8docket Loving it Is alleged killed A Bose apromlnent lumber dealer Loving IS a banker Are After P A Sincere Owensboro Ky Sept 15U the whereabouts of one P A Sincere are ascertained ho will be brought to Ow ensboro and on h anavingtenses It Is d to thcarryingmond ring he carried away a portion of her affections Plenty of Potatoes Louisville Ky Sept 15The falV ure of the potato crop In the north ill have no effect on the Loulsvillo arket this fall from the fact that the tato crop In Kentucky and espe aIly in Jefferson county where great uantities are grown is far above tha average The Shiloh Commission Paducah Ky Sept 14Maj J H Ashcraft left for Cincinnati to attend the meeting of the National Shlloh ark commission The other two mem rs are Gen Basil Duke of Louts Ile Ky and Col Cornelius Cadle of Cincinnati O ScDeath Robs a BrIdepDayton Ky Sept 16 Bernard Heeg 27 died at the home of his fa piernne Dropsy was the cause of his death A sad feature of the death is that the young man was engaged to b e married to a Miss Hallmeler Left Money For the Church Covington Ky Sept 14The will of Mrs Ludmllla Schmees fled for probate shows that she left 9000 to the Catholic clergy and for religious purposes She was killed bya1 traia Sunday thSeek5Lancaster Ky Sept 16 Louis Landrart of the Lancaster Recon and former president of the Kentucky Press association iwho has been cot fined to his room for some time past has gone to Atlanta fr a special course of treatmentslFarm Brings YGood Price Richmond Ky Sept 16The John Hans farm consisting of 1300 acres were sold at public auction The old home place containing 36S acres was bought by C Coy of this county for 12210 per acre Prisoner Attempted SuicidesNewport Ky Sept Jones colored this city was arreste and locked up at the Covington police station charged with shooting with in 3tentsay he attempted to himself u ssingExMarshals Son In JailgCovington Ky Sept 15 James I Gardner 16 son of ex Mhal Card Ianer of Bromley Ky Is Aj at tho county jail here on a chat T f assault in g mn Intent to kill tils alleged victim is Nun Calvert 40 a barbers ExConfederate Dead Pleasurevllle Ky Sept 14 JohnT s Smith aged 65 years died after an ness of only a few hours of congestive chill Mr Smith was born near Crop pcrs Shelby county He served under Gen W B Forrest and ImnJedlately after the war lost his eyesight Steamer Charleston Sold Paducah Ky Sept steam n Charleston was sold to Cal Wagoner for 2026 She was sold by ernment on claims amountlng tb about 2000 and will be entered in the Curs Borland rlyer trade t 0 4 rP 2a GOOD BLOOD FOR BAD Rheumatism end Other Blood Dis eases are Cured by Dr WilliamstPink Pills In the lead mines was at work on nry knees with my elbows pressed against rock walls in dampness and extremes of said Mr J G Menkel of 2975 kson avenue Dubuque Iowa in de bint his experience to n reporter i aud it in not surprising that I con tracted rheumatism For three years I attacks affecting the joints of my flet kuiws and elbows My articles kiiettx bccamo to swollen I could rcely walk on uneven ground and a little pressure train n stone under my refee t would cause me so much pain that 1 would nearly sink down I was often ged to lie in bed for several days at a time My friends who were similarly ubled wcro getting no relief front tors and I did not feel encouraged td ow money away for nothing tla nce I read the story of Robert Yates of the Klannr Manufacturiug Co 0 pnbnqne who had R vary bad case lit rheamntism I decided to try Dr Wit Fink Fills for Pale People ttl remedy ho had used Iu three or fottj we eks after beginuing to use the much better and in three rnouthH I s well The swelling of tho joint and the tetideruesa disappeared I rk steadily mid for eight years I tlab no return of the trouble My wholci fam ily believe in Dr Williams ritilt Pills Both my sells use them Wo i consider them n household remedy that vre are sure about What DnWilliaros PinkPills did fat Mr Menkel they aro doing for hundred of others Every dose sends palloftiliU through the veins pure stroftjrricl fed blood that striken straightnt tbo crtnse of nil ill health The new restore regularity and braces nil the orjartrt tot tbciropecialtask Get the genftlilo th Willinms Pills at yonr direct train the Dr Williams itedido Co Schenectady N Y 5 IMPORTANT FACTS FOR COW OWNERS 4 l he mechanical Cream Separator hdfl become at Vital featurB of every ibtttii actotyItsbetter cfeanr and butter as well U saving of water ice time and room The difference in results is not small tn t big Few cows now pay without a separator Dairying is the most profit le kind of farming with one St of the creamery butter of the World is now roade with De Laval machines and there are over 600000 farm users besides Send for catalogue and name of nearest alagent I THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR Co Rudolph A Canal St 74 Cttlan4t Unti t CHICAGO I NEW YORK neSICK HEADACHE SCABTIS 1VER PILL crei tthfisA Tills digestion and Too nettty Eating A perfect tern wly forttedncss Koset Droiratoess Bod Tastn to tho ilouto CWtea f Tongue Pats in the Side I TORPID UVEH They regulate tlo Bowels Farety Vegetable swanii SMALLNSE smLLnnct lIVER Positively ttress Gerams Must Bear FacSimile Sll1- tl1TSe4ie REFUSE SUISTITUTES XOTED BY NATTTBAMSTS Some insects are born iow old d die In the space of 24 bcurs Buzzards and vultures can scent eir food at a dlztancc of 40 miles Silk is produced by more than 200 Insects though very few of these are of any practical value to mankind All carnivorous animals lap up wa ter with the tongue Herbivorous sal mals as the horse and ovsuck It up The elephant has so dollcato a sense of smell that it ran scent a human being when the latter is iiOOO yards off Horses in their wild state five to the age of 36 normally being stilt fairly fresh and hearty at that age In the desert The largest insect known to ento mologlsts is a Central American moth called the Erebus strlr vrbic ex pands its wings Scorn 11 lnch 5i Nl8 Inches There are at least 112 species oT California poppies Eschscboiizla ac ording to Dr E U Greene who has ublished a description of them In the June number of Pittonla The air bladder of fishes is tho rovision within their bodies which V enables them to rise or fall In the wa ter According to the dilation or contraction of the bladder they may regulate the depth In the water at their pleasure 4A thanks egg Is one of the oddest looking things Imaginable It Is lin ttprovided with shell but the contents V are protected Aby a thick leathery coy erlng almost as elastic as India rub ber The average size Is two Inches by two ahd tbre fourths Inches anti e color is almost pure black GET POWER Tire Supply Comes from Food If we get power from food why not rivetogetallthe power we can That Is only possible by use of skillfully so Icct d food that exactly fits the re qulrcments of the body Poor fuel makes a poor fire and a poor fire Is not a good steam producer From not knowing how to select the right food to fit my needs I suf red grievously for a long time from tomach troubles writes a lady from a little town in Missouri H seemed as If I would never bo able to find out the sort of food that was test for me Hardly anything hat I could eat would stay oh ray Every attempt gave me heartburn and filled ray stomach with as I got thinner and thinner until literally became a living skeleton nd In time was compelled to keep to A my bed i t A few months ago I was persuaded o try GrapeNuts food and it had uch good effect from the very begin ning that I have kept up its use ever j w 7ithto be just what I needed All my unpleasant symptoms the heartburn the inflated feeling which gave rae sqj much T aln disappeared My wirgradually increased from 98 4 Ibs my figure x rounded ouVyiiy i strength came back and I am not ablo to do niy housework and enjoy It The Grape Nuts food did 1L Name given 1 by Postum Co Battle Creek Mich A ten days trial will show anycca i some facts about food Theres a reason TO At I 4 ttr SUMMARY OF THE IMPORTANT NEWS r Interesting Happenings That Oc curred During the Past 2 l Few Days ACTION OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS 9 v Exciting Events In the United States c and Foreign Countries Condensed Fwr the Reader Crimes tIandCasualties TogoIsea s Tho big battleship was destroyed by a i firs ot unknown origin and the explo a sion ot her magazine causing a loss l ot 699 llyes including men of other iahIp who went to the rescueeii Acting Secretary of State Darling 0II Japanese minister of the navy over tM10s ot heroic lives caused by thea t distressing accident to the warship 1 Mtkhsa l The protocol of the armistice bei tween Japan and Russia consists of six paragraphs fixing the zone of de mnrchtlon between the two armies in tT1 ManchuHa as well as in the Tumen a rcgWh providing that the naval forces i ot tint of the belligerents shall not bombard territory belonging to or oc b 1cjId by the other and setting fortIi 5S that maritime captures will not be sus I pended during the armIsticehr Dr Frttncis D been called prom his slimmer home in Hot Springs 4 a Va to treat Baron Komura the Jap anest peace plenipotentiary whO hs qn been ill in New York for several day Sg r Bardh ftomura tne Japanese peace nVoy who was reported to be suffer 4 aJ ing from typhoid fever although UI 0pconsulting physicians are not A unit 0 on this point was said to bo in a satis IsIat the WaldorfAstoria hotel Ne aTa York and his return to Japan has bee a 4 indefinitely 1Ostponedw5 mSed at the T jkio foreign office threaten It1M that Baron Komura will be nasa a sinated on his return from America a9 According to the police estimate of l caffualUea during the recent rioting In rJ Toklo 388 constables 16 firemen and iiIan 487 woun Id Twentysir new cases and no deathss 1 at Tallulah Mlss11 new cases and BFz ported from those points The Arkansas authorities been jndvlaecl ot the discovery halve eight cases ot yenow fever at Bhelburne S 4 La eight miles front the Arkansas It Etnte line rIo town IB now almost depopulated 4 Several Italians supposed to be In 1 fected with yellow lever ftrrlvedhthe union passenger station 1t S and succeeded In evading the health official who was at the train to meet 1a them They wero from Tallulah La- TheI P bridge over the Zambesi river South Africa was formally opened In 1 the presence of the visiting memberS orIdgelatI ter and Is the highest bridge in th 0S world Nan Patterson the former Flora dcra girl who was twice tried in New 1 York for the murder of Cosar Young the bookmaker was remarried to Leon F Gaines Martin from whom she was divorced in Sal Francisco two and a half years ago The chamber of commerce Kakh YUle Tenn announces that Nashville Las never quarantined against the yel vt low fever districts and that the sates of that city are open to those who wish to come State Health Commissioner Dixon a has begun a systematic campaign 7 IttI stamp 9ut the typhoid epidemic JCanticoke a mining town near Wilkes barre Pa where there are now 186 cases By the explosion of an allege de rh fective boiler In the stave mill of Ed i ward Jennings at Plnconning MIcH s five were killed and eight or ten In JurdK The navy department accepted Ute cruiser Charleston from 2e1ryGrtNewsShlpbuUdlng Co Sho A I wilbeseattothe Pacific to be tho lIab of Adm Goodrich PIIatSafter a brief f p 11 Z k tflBees r 6lnadjtioa to Emperor Wllllam Ii floaationof 2000 for the relief of the pIof Berlin has appropriated 2000 fort c the sameFnnse tcc The schooner V H Ketcbum bound aIt fI Parisian Island Lake Superior Two 4 members of the crew wero drownea oS4 t vessel In a lifeboat 1 There are ROW In the Shanghai ware houses approximately 169000 bales of If American piece goods valued at near I ly 48000000 gold The question erefore of marketing this commodity 4 J cid of collecting money under the boy cott in China the presentconditions S J I Bad with Manchuria closed he adds 7 presents a very serious condition Cotifl by several other 3 white men and a crowd of negroes at the Wolf River race track German ttLI1 and a deputy wounded and three ne groes shot- William 4 a F Powell United States J 4 F aalaister to Haiti who is on leave of f absence at his home In Camden N J i announced his Intention of tendering sis reslgaatloa to President Roosevelt t J oace oio fJoaephjeiter relieved from duty the feRtireforceot guards at the Zelgler ff k U tl miRe The property is now iyjtfaout armed guard for the first time r tf since the exiting days hlch followed g the miners strike Henry FlelscflmaBn owner ofi rathskeller at Buffalo and nephew Mayor FleiscamaBB of Cincinnati i drepped dead la his place of bulness h Two Germaa freight steamers the Jasette and the Pretoria bound from Hamburg for JledlterraaeaB ports a have fouadered la the North Sea Their a crews BHwberiBg 28 men were drown tAuse occurred at c Lraechn 9lroMia Co Stetsonco y rom m ade of a reglmeafcrf Cossacks f 1gave the mud to W troops to csk1itghter tire helpless Jews I k Keary Manner 30 of Oswegoa T rrinilasd who Haurdered pretty 12 ij ywirold Cora Sweet was successfulry- f fltectrocutea ia ttte pro at Auburn I J T e I a f i t J jFJ jJi ioIda J itio f i ra f tr1 J1o r j 1i= It is reported that the owners of the Catholic church at Honjo Japan and a Protestant church believed to be the German which were destroyed by rioters have lodged claims for damages through their respective ministers Third Assistant Secretary of State H H D Peirce denies the statement widely circulated that President Roose velt was endeavoring to secure tho chairs occupied by Mr Witte and Baron Komura when the treaty c Portsmouth was signed Isaac Schamus a Russian Jew 20 was arrested at Oyster Bay and after an examination before a justice of the peace was sent to MIneola L I to be examined as to his sanity The arrest was made by a secret service agent one of the personal guards of President flooseretwIsaac Schamus who was arrested at Oyster Day after having made efforts to see the president In order to pre sent to him a plan for handling the anthracite coal output was declared Insane Following the burning of a negro r the stake In Howard county Texas every black in the county has been ther ordered to move out or has left voluntarily The EschTownsend railroad rate bill will be introduced at the next ses sion of congress practically In the same form in which it passed tho bouse of representatives at the last session At Tarpon Springs Fla G E Pan a wellknown contractor walked into the boarding house of Hiram Pent anil as his wife came to meet him at the d a andoubae11w in litIthThe state and navy departments ave decided that a warship shall be sent to Costa Rican ports to convey American Minister Merry at last accounts In San Jose northward to the MuaWilliam S Albcrs ana American cit I zen anandin rigpresident of Nicaragua teexStommittee wasrearksdoDispatchess a Inndd Jeterminedc arommissionersStockholm ro tilaticNorway continues to mobilize troops on the frontier and war with Sweden seems inevitable is said to h atod jueliveredg tiTroubledCharles Orange 23 surrendered him self to the St Louis police saying that ho had violated his parole from an Ohio prison by leaving that state He s edndorse stealing and sent to prisankFollowing three demands for lila res jGOYan order taking cognizance of n va cancy in the omce of auditor of state a B Pliglerfoherrickthe governor which was immediately accepted Gov Hanly charged that the auditor had been guilty of a plain and inexcusable violation of the law and i gross betrayal of a public trust upon Investigating and loaning Tunas belonging to the state to the amount 146000IBaron Kaneko who had several conferences with President Roosevelt du rmIng the time that the peace negotia tlone were In progress at Portsmouth is ill at his apartments In a New Yor kthhotel Lightning struck the old art hal an live stock sheds of the Belton Mo Fair association while they were packed with people seeking shelter from griouslyJ C Wilson of Fair Oaks Ark was taken to the city hospital at St Pau iialInn suffering from what physicians think to be yelow feversoIt was officially stated at tile office of H B HolHcs t Co New York that the Cincinnati Hamilton t Dayton railway has been disposed of It was reported that the road has been bought nominally by the Erie but that the Pennsylvania and New York Central are Interested in the purchase After living for more than eightt years with a revolver bullet in his heart and in defiance Of the death warrant given him by all the Chicago who attended him Charles B Nelson who was shot in Cadillac Mich by an unidentified negro in Washington Park July 1 1897 died t his home A majority of toe foreign members of the consulting board of engineers f the Isthmian canal appear to favor n sea level canal A large portion of the business sec ion of Grangeville Ida was destroyed by fire causing a loss estimated at 250000 Over forty buildings mostly frame structures were destroyed Seven Greek sailors of the BrlUlh- stemfnlp Glenroy Capt Thos Spin k are In jail in Jacksonville Fin char g ed with mutiny They attacked the captain with knives The two brancnes of the American veterans of foreign service are now one they have joined forces after the action had been ratified by each side t BionA dispatch from Batavia Island of Java announces that the Dutch tropps have captured Palopo the capitalwPrince Loewoe of the bes who has been causing the DutchI trouble Nineteen arrests including that of an Armenian priest have been made at Athens in connection with thedls covery of a large quantity of bombs in an Armenian church Brig Gen George H Weeks a rfr Ured army officer and at one time quartermaster general of the army died at his home in Washington after a brief illness While writing his name with a piece of chalk upon the dome of the state capitol at Columbia S C Warren Scruggs jr the 15yearold son of Warren Scruggs of that city fell from the inside dome to the marble floor 60 feet below being Instantly killed Tfie relations between the govern ments of Greece and Roumanla have become decidely straloed 3i Tom bails the Greek mlnlstir at Bucharest has left the country tivv an unlimited leave of absence Gen Lawrence Pike Graham U S A retired died at Providence boa p1 tal Washington a p a r a rr r t J Maj Gen Oranosky and his suit returned from hochlatlon Gen O anosky and Gen Fukushima signed a armistice ordinance in the open plain near Shakbedze Acting Postmaster General Shallot berger Issued an order excluding from the malls for Canada 38 monthly and weekly publications unless postage is prepaid by means of stamps at the rates for thlrdclass matter in the do- f ruistlc malls Fire destroyed four barracks build ings at Ft Hamilton in Brooklyn sending the members of the 123d com pan of United States coast artillery from their quarters In such haste they were able to save but few effects Lewis Crocker n farmer of Green town Pa his wife and four children ere poisoned by eating toadstools which were among mushrooms gather ed by CrocHer One child Is dead nnd two others can not live The Louisiana Exposition Co through counsel filed suits against de linquent corporations for failure tot pay for stock subscribed to the Worlds fair The total subscriptions e edmbracedA contract for the hotel and subsist enco concession on the Panama cant ii zo thneh giaP hanamathTheto 1of isallqulfkfiring cannonkan thnouncesd three deaths making a total of frCdynamite three saloons at lola Ran was convicted of robbing the maga zinc of the Kansas Portland Cement C d of the dynamite with which he blew up the saloons At Conway Ark a negro assaulted rs Lawrence white killed her eldest son to prevent his giving an alarm d badlcut her 3yearold son with a knife Mrs was alto pouslyMiss Alice Roosevelt with Mrs Rockhill wife Of the American minis n Mrs Newlands wile of United atCs Senator Newlands and the other omen in Miss Roosevelts party were ceived In formal audience wroth the wager empress Of China the Great Central railway office Cincinnati the impression is that Plerpont Morgan and his associates e practically in control of the lines The aggregate value of all the proper es Involved is about 40000000 The explosion of a fuse followed by a lire In a building of the Climax FUSA Co Avon Ct caused a panic rong 20 employes in the building rt tultod in the death of seven and ana ries that doubtless will prove fatal several others Severn of the vie ma were burned to ashes A tornado demolished 15 residences and five store buildings at Burwcll Neb Mrs E B McKinney aged 60 was killed FranK Hcnnlcn Mrs Lee per and Mrs Dlnnell are badly injur and several others hurt Western Iowa and Eastern Nebras a were visited by the worst wind and in storm of uie year In Omaha and uncU Bluffs extensive damage was one The public square of the canton of Ninove in Belgium has been named ace Roosevelt by order of the Can ns legislative body in admiration r Mr Roosevelts share in concluding e peace treaty Oscar J nickels will very shortly bo appointed public printer to fin the vacancy created by the dismissal of Frank W Palmer a vacancy which he Is filling by temporary commission AmericanIhas decided table all resolutions on the ques tion of tainted loaderesolution on the subject Prof Harold Hjarne a member of e Swedish rlksdag in an interview SwedlshNorali eve there would bo war between the two countries Business failures In the United tates for tho week ending September 4 number 18S against 137 the previ ous week 167 in the like week of laul nd 170 in 1903 The formal call for a conference of uthern representative health men to bo held In Chattanooga Tenn Novem perb pyth gecities The fast passenger train for tho southwest which left St Louis over the Iron Mountain route was wrecked d near Arcadia Mo Two trainmen w dAccordingBaku the plants of 21 oil companies and those of 13 private owners were completely destroyed during the disturbances in the oil districts Fellzardo chief of rae outlaws in the province of Cavlte who for a longtime have made trouble for the author ities was surrounded near the Satan gas border and Jumped over a cliff he was killed by the fall Ills announced that the czarina had canceled all of her social engagements because of her expectations in the future The czarina now has five chil dren four daughters and one son Jt Is officially announced that the governments of Courland and Volhy a a Ondd t HiseaseRev William F Robinson pastorBthe Methodist church at died suddenly while praying in the church during the morning A woman who registered as Mrs rown at the Miller house Memphis citasdestroyed that building The battleship Mirslssippi will be launched on September 30 TheI launching will take place from the works of the Cramp Shipbuilding Coat Philadelphia Articles were signed for a 20round contest between the heavyweights John Wllle of Chicago and Gus Ruh Hn the Akron giant on September 27 before the Athenaeum Athletic club Salt Lake City Seven thousand persons attended R meeting called at Yokohama for the purpose of protesting against the terms of the peace treaty An iron pot containing 50000 in gold coin the newest of which was 115 years old was found on the farm of James Rivers near Chesterfield S c by Tyler Teal a white laborer and Will Edwards a negro Capt Harry Lee of the United States marine corps with three offt cers and 100 marines has arrived in Peking displacing Capt Brewst Ta company of the Ninth Infantry form Ins the American legation guard r it ic i S t eA MODUSYIVENDLW A Compromise Reached By Sweden and Norwayle It Is Reported in Stockholm That All the Frontier Fortresses Exceptto That of Kongsvlnger Will Be Dismantled Karlstad Sept 18The first official announcement that tho delegates of Norway and Sweden were approaching nn understanding to establish a modua Vivendi for the countries as separate governments was givci out at the cl saosegates This announcement readsaTho probabilities are that in tho n tuearbrought to a definite resultnChristiana Scpt 18Peace between Sweden and Norway oclng assured a quieter feeling prevails here New from Karlstad however is still await with the keenest interest and there is anxiety to learn the details of tho compromise The press Is unnanlmous in for a settlement of misIslvlngse newspapers express relief that peace has been secured providing it on an enduring basisIStockholm I nown here regarding the details otr grshKarlstad but it is reported that all tho toontierwill be dismantled Tho newspapers echo tho public expressions of satisfaction over the t th tiatI YELLOW FEVER REPORT Only 24 New Cases and Two Deaths at New Orleans Sunayco Nev Orleans Sept 18 Official ro ort to 6 p m Sunday New cases 4 total to date 2571 deaths 2 total 335 new foci 6 under treatment 323 cases discharged 1913 The Sunday reports are usually lighter than the week day reports but it was not expected that the report would run as low as It did This lentiL to the hope that the reports this week will be much lighter than they won last week The heavy report last w jireek0erymarked increase In the number of new cases showing a recrudescence of fe ver from cases not originally known c slharityStarder La which Is in Tangipahoa parish Just across the lake from New O surleansSECRETARY TAFT AND PARTY They Sailed From Yokohama For San Francisco on the Steamer Korea Yokohama Sept 18 Secretary of War Taft and party sailed for San JJapanesewas given a rClIpont the American consulate by local merchants Before s t inhatpeace demonstrations has been greatly exaggerated in America He and his party had travelled all through Japan and had found no trace ot any anti foreign or antiAmerican feeling Resignation of Minister Yoshikawa Tokio Sept 18The of M liinisterwith satisfaction oy the intelligent class The Jl JI deems his action proper as the minister of a constltu tional government The Yellow Fever at Pensacola Pensacola Fla 18The thwprovement again no new cases being reported at the state board of health- headquarters Only one new suspi claus case was discovered during the day The Order Countermanded Halifax N S Sept 18Lleut Gov Jones received a dispatch from Prince Louis of Battenburg stating that the orders for the second cruiser squadron of the British navy to visit the United States have been countermanded Legislative Insurance Inquiry New York Sept 18A forthcoming hase of the legislative insurance Inquiry It was said will be the Investi ation of alleged percentages received by high insurance officials on business written in addition to their salaries and Accident in a Coal Mine Springfield Ill Sept 18Ned Han el was killed Dan Jenkins suffered atal Injuries and Adam Fletcher and Charles Cushing sustained serious wounds in a coal mine accident at Stonington MARKET REPORTfi Cincinnati Sept 16- ATTLECommonC 3 50 4 00FHeavy steers 4 85 5 00pCAtVESExtra 175 8 HOGSCh packers 5 55 5 00 Mixed packers 5 25 5 40 SHEEPExtra 4 40 4 50 LAMBSExtra 7 10 LOURSpring pat 6 C5 590 WHEAT No 2 red 85 86 8lACORNNo2 white 5- 7ATSNo 2 mixed I 2- 8YENo 2 61 6- 2AYCh timothy 12 2- 5ORKClear mess tillS 9- 0ARDStea i 8 0- 0UTTERCh dairy 15 Choice creamery 23 APPLES Choice 2 3 50 POTATOESPer bbl 1 40 1 60 rOBACCONew 500 13 00 Old 4 50 014 75 Chicago LOURWinter pat 5 10 5 20 11313NoCORNNo2 mixed 54 VJ 28YsRVFNoPORKMess 15 35 15 40 LAROSteam 7 62ft New York LOURWin strts 4 00 4 25 WHEATNo 2 red 88 31ViCORNNo2RYEWestern v 67 PORKMess 15 00 LAnOSteam 0 7 85 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red r 84 CORNNo2 mixed 5- 9ATTLESteersC 4 00 0 4 50 SHEEPNo1 260 300 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 84 CORNNo 2 mixed 56 OAfSNo2 mixed 26 PORK Mess 12 LARDrSteam 0 7 25 indianapolIs sCORNNopATS No 2 mixed Z Wt r J S 1 ilf i NEVER DISSENTED as Always Agreeable No Matter How Tall the Story Re lated to Him CllrIcriay the Brooklyn Eagle when the secretary of the treasury toMa cood e about n man out in an loawn vlio was never known to disagree matterhiliOne Jay a group of fellow detfr a ImithIll to express a dissenting opinion So ia w boyidtexprrienletheinto Imvn thrminh the hilU yonder w a buffalo up a tree eating so ot him nil you ever see a buffalo up tree Smith Vcll I cant say that I have reo rned Smith regretfully What1 persisted the storyteller erer saw a buffalo up a tree eating grapes upitknoxv they are very fond of grapes hFreebornman111IJJrdilI1lne1worth rcpeit inc as it should point the road to health to many another in a himilar condition KillTrouble r CcwhoxtIin me and I feel like a new man J nin happy to tate I have received lodtlidneymend all mifTerers from Kidney Trouble give Ooild Kidney a triala ne fverIlodd Kidney Pills make you feel like a new man or woman lircausc they euro flllrehloollthebollYThe theory that the scarcity of amy t girl ill due to nc llie novel writers probably originated allountfHCity Jcurnal CUTICURA PILLS For Cooling and Cleansing the Blood in Torturing Disfiguring Humors 60 Chocolate Pills 25c Cuticnra Resolvent Pills chocolate co atedare the product of twentyfive years practical laboratory experience in the eparation of remedies for the treatment humors of the skin scalp and blood oithIi iiereIpurifier however expensive Complete external anti internal treatment for ever h tumorating of Cnticiira Soap to cleanse the in Cuticnra Ointment to heal the skit and Cutirura Resolvent Pills to cool and- cllane the blood A single set is often fficient to cure Soon the sweet odor of dying leaves bCnmothIHllledmrrly that autumn is at hand Indian apolis News Interesting to Studcnts The dloolIlId colleges will 100- 11oPl1JMheiitncnn and there will iiy men and women will be looking for n good way to earn their expenses The FourTrack New the great illustrated monthly snag azine of travel andeducation appeals telligent readers and students will find easy to Secure subscriptions for it The terms to persons soliciting subscriptions are citrcmejy liberal and offer a very his re an iherStreet New York for full particulars cllusedbasbappPisos Cure for Consumption is an infalli ble medicine for coughs mindeoldaN V Samuel Ocean Grove N J Feb 17 1900 All things come to him who waits but only after the bustlers are through with em r USSENATORTOWNEr- edits Deans Kidney Pills With a Grati lying Cure lion Chariot A Towne ExU S Senator from Minnesota brilliant onitor clever business man brainy lawyer whose national prominence made him a formidable candidate for thiS presidential nomination ia 1004 writes ustlio IIdorse Doans Kitqney Pills remedy was reet ommended to me I a few months go when I was feel ing miserable had severe pains in time back was restless and lan guid had a dull headache and s neuralgic pains in the limbs and was otherwise distressed A few boxes of the pills effectually routed my ailment nti I am glad to acknowledge the bene Ll derived Signed CHAISES A TOWNE FosterMIIbiirn Co Buffalo N Y or sale by all dealers Price 60 cents erbox No one whose row els are healthy and ac jima contracts these layer ably are the re uttof Constipation a ra l yp I NOBILITY NOTES Irene wife of Prince Henry of Prussia waS christened as a chili at the close of the war in 18C6 Irene means peace Recent pictures of iho czar and tho czarina Indicate that bth have aged WithIn the last year This Is more true of the czarina than of the czar Prince Luca Esterhazy who has enormous possessions in Transylvania is about to erect a church on his estate which will be a model of King Solo Lons temple A gold medal a pipe and five pounds o tobacco constituted the kaisers gift to Franz Grunwald an Inveterate smoker who celebrated his one hun ti red and fourth birthday at Burg Prussia recently Countess Lonyays collection which is to be sold soon in Paris Includes a veil presented her by the city of Brussels on her marriage to Rftdolph cf Austria showing the united arms of Belgium and Austria The sonnets of King Oscar o Sweden ave been translated into most of the anguages of Europe He la an accomplished musician also lila nautical songs set to his own music being very popular In the Swedish navy King Alfonso has received one of the strangest gifts ever presented to a monarch It Is in the share of two fine rugs made from the hides of the horses which were killed by the bomb thrown at the young Spanish king dur Ing his recent visit to France King Edward is an omnivorous newspaper reader and on many occa lIons has shown himself to be a good of the press He keeps a num er of albums for clippings When on the continent he has a bundle of the leading British dailies every morning and aided by his secretary peruses such articles as he deems of interest MEANT POP MERRIMENT Do you think bacteria lurk in bank notes I dont knowI never saw any You cant see them bacteria are Invisible I was relenting to bank note- sGuest1 say my man how long have you been a waiter In this eafeV Walter About six monthflslr- GuestOh Then it cant bo you that I gave my order to Lodger who has Just had a plate f empty oyster shells laid before him What on earth have you these for Servant Please sir was all wot was left after I leaned the insides out Wealth does not bring happiness said tho readymade philosopher Maybe not answered the man who frequents the race track hut when I compare the facial ex ro siorr or a person who has rowith that of a ptirsonwho has lost I have my doubts Music has charms to soothe a say age breast quoted the young lady with a simper as she seated herself at the piano That may be mut tered a crusty bachelor but there are some of us in the crowd who are civilized and destrve a little con sideratlon W L DOUCLAS SHOESI rrau W L Douglas 330 shoes have by their sz- eUent style fitting and ualitlee achieved largest of any SJJO shoe In the world They are lust as good as my factory at Brockton Mass largest la the world under one root making mens Rae shoes and show you mere with which every pair of Douglas shoes U made you would realize why W L Doutles 380 to belt shoes produced la ths world If I could show you difference between the shoes made la my factory and thoes of other t their shape fit bettr wear tenser and are of W L Doaglmm ftrona ItmA a foe without his name and price stamped on bottom cample sect free for inspection upon request WL DOUGLAS Brockton Mass WILBERT 801 Main St Peoria III MULLS GRAPE TONiC CURED HIM Stomach Troubles Indigestion Dyspep cia Blood Poison Skin Diseases Sores Suddon Bowel Trouble Cholera Etc complaints Princess however brought which means decayed poisoned and dying bowels or Check diarrhea and you are liable to fatal blood poiaoima physic IIEltabilallvq WLO94WLASMAKESAND THANAllEDO 1dllprGwt supcriorwcartng 0II1ydllference DouttlasJ50 JSOhoeIchoeDWLDoul1as whereWbruqITrite 1 I worse TSere only one right treat came Re the proje and all J ix ya5JIJ f 5r j cswi 4 ica is y lf 2 Thed Netvous Mothers MaKe Unhappy HomesTheir Condition Irritates Husband and Children Thousands of Mothers Have Been Saved From Nervous Prostration and Made Strong I fw Wester UW NIkrfIYaJ eQ own jA nervous irritable mother often on the verge ol hysterics is unfit to care dLsposttiontrouble between children and mothers too often is due to fact that the mother has some female weak ness and she is entirely unfit to bear thffstralta upon her nerves that govern impossibleforThe ills of women act like a firebrand upon The nerves consequently nine tenths of the nervous prostration nor sleeplessneaswomen arise from some derangement oforganismIo of depression with restlessness alternating with extreme irritability Are your spirits youlauJtbcryingDo something like a ball ala lug in your throat and threatening to choke you all the senses perverted morbidly sensitive to light and sound pain in the ovaries and especially between the shoulders down pains nervous dyspepsia and almost snappyIfshattered condition and you are threatened with that nothing in the world is better fornervous tion than Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and thou santa of women testify to this fact Irs PRICE = Cts the the the the the Stoi aamt card our IS to F WETWEATBERCOIFORT ri bays used FISH BRAND for years can say that never have had give me to much con fort and l find my for another oIie nun Aooni m euotioa3- YoU50ndef7theIatdeittefMIIthTtef CtoUihg nd Rate Award Wtrlds Fair 19W GUARANTEE BACK OF THE AJr TOWER CO TOWER CJUIADIAH UmKtd U FOR rmmbie with Ins secellar to mat cq I sex is marreloouy ocr ceasfal kills di SUM censi tops 114 cares leoconlia and nasal catinh- Putine is in powder form to dissolved in water fat more cleansing healing nrmicidai and economical than liquid antiseptics for TOILET WOMENS SPECIAL For sale at drajrglsts cents a Box end Book of Instructions Free THE B PAXTON COMPANY BoaTon vrBKst Kitrmre TB please state Ikmt sew AdverlUe ent In tbla intestines practically the condition brings them back else nursing contain as much os the Both How WelL Chester Curry the Ladies Symphony Orchestra 43 Sara Street 12at Uoston writes Dear Mrs Pinkham For eight I was troubled with ex byIrregularitifSwas very irritable tand despondent Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound was recommended and proved to be tho only dailyImprovedand Mrs Charles F Brown VlcePresl P dent of Mothers Club 21 Cedar Terrace Hot Springs Ark writes Dear I dmaggedthroughnineyearsof miserable worn out with and nervous liyIbled as I was and wonderful results VegetableCompoundat the end of three months I was a different woman My nervousness was all gone Iwu no longer irritable and lusband fellla againWomen that Lydia E Pinfchams Vegetable Compound is holds the record the greatest number of actualcures of female ills take no substitute Free Advice Women Mrs Pinkham Lynn invites sick write her foradvice Mrs PInl hams experience with female troubles enables her to tell you Just what is best for she will charge you nothing for her advice Ask Plekhas UiccA Wsua test Uusatauds a WWs Ms M1CH MElt I4REPEATINGSHOTGUNS Itsflight 1 alwaysgiveof everybodys pocketbook FREE and eddrtu a for largt Olutrattd ntalotu W1HCBCSTEE 1EPEATU16 AIMS HEW CSLm li 25 ca TO CURE GRIP IA1 Gill AH sell A a draltr Oumrmntt + xe Call HACK II IT BeVT CTCmK f r Slicker five and fully anything satisfactIon Enclo order Waterproof Oiled Mighest IS THIS OF FISH WOMEN Inflaaunatioa local eoreoess be AND box Mass JLBFKBTUUU JOB the paper Mrs teiaof sleep the medicino vast and ilTIGRIPINEGUARANTEES MEVULIM- I joorMOSrKT WDlenserMDMaflUXaOZuterSPringfteiitM hotmaziycieaaie AN OPENING FOR YOU 0Southwestwake mba The Southwest u Iaaof NOTHING but energetic men to develop its wonderful resources unimprovedland KAjou to make them the wonderful crops of they are capable There are hundred of towns where new husk nesses ARE ACTUALLY NEBDED To make them successful have onl ordinarybusinessare openings for mitts tad mane lecturing small stores otherbranchof Indian Territory Oklahoma are uewand arelitvaluable alike to the Investor snj homeKClcer If you are interested tell what want boW much you furniahbeCouatryIIiCEOSGEMORTONBPTA Boa 9I1 STLCUrSIW ANLZ 2092 rL J 1JL LJL1iL- I Suffered 23 Years from Constipation and Trouble hImhisand recommended that a specialist be consultedbut he also failed to help the patientNOW HE IS WELL MR and MRS THOMPSON I CONSTIPATION Diarrhea they intestines their BetwU8AS Trial disapL WAMCNE fields Stomach Mulls Grape Tonic Cured Him Mrs Thompson first wrote us as follows My husband aged 2X suffers sharp pains in his stomach sometimes thinks it is his heart let me know by return mat what the pain if you can Mr upWe We want to sell Mulls Grape Tonic because we know it will cure constipation but SOc a bottle is no object to us when a human life is at stake end if your husbands case is as serious asyou state we suggsst consult a reliable specialist not the advertising promptly At the same timelu owng that Mulls Grape Tonic could do no haravne advised Its use until a physician could be consulted January 25th Sirs Thompson wrote a physician had been consulted lie diagnosed the case being chronicconstipation and dyspepala ills treatment was followed fsithlully but there was no perceptible Improvement in Mr Thompsons health Then he began taking Mulls Grape Tonic and on Septembers 1903 we received the following letter from Sirs Thompson myhuabanda g constipation which he suffered from since birth He lust bottles of It and Is perfectly cured He Is much stronger and has gained considerably In flesh I cannot thank you enough for Mulls Grape Tonic Mils worth itswelght In gold 12 cured him and he has spent hundreds of dollars with doctors who did him no good It did you claimed It would Very respectfully yours MRS W H THOMPSON SOI MalnSt Peorla III- Mr Thompson stopped taking Mulls Grape Tonic in June 1901 He has been completely cured f has taken no other since that date Almost two and no return of the diseu prose a permanent late It Will Cure You Begin Today makes you is course and that is to the Tire strenfthen bowels and intes tines We will toyoutliatuIiSGrape Constipation t- v the prostrationProof prostra thousands CJUUM should terrible Stomach troubles because cleanses the makes the new It starved to lite nothing WRITE FREE BOTTLETODAY tot aillnscnildren mothers I The 31OO bottle nearly throo time cent size and I toga Mass years nights nervous pain that Mass women to to l on pallet ttGrtpta wont your truth OUR SIGN II heir pure is USES sail Bowel Blood and feeds and will FOR THIS Good 5O the Mrs the she for and to all you reach who wldtneed yield which you There plants news Kansas and us you have a from and causes kind that ni took 24 Just all and yesrs and and these and 121 FREE COUPON 923 Send this coupon to Mulls Grape Tonic Co 147 3rd Aye Rock Island III and receive an order on your druggist for a free bottle of Mulls Grape Tonic Blood Tonic and Constipation Cure My Name i Address City State Write tours ano jour druoaUtjiume and address plainlr on a separate ptec ot pager and mail at once with this coujon CAUTIOM Do not accept MULLS CRAPE TONIC unless It has a ate anu numier ST7IPSI Wila iaueiioie i ie iai 4 1 J t 1= t 1 t J tt NrtJ it l1li OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING CO BWINGSV1LLK KY SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Address all comrnunicntfons to Ttic OUTLOOK PwiLisiiiRti Co or to Jottw W HbSAKKit Owlngsville- y MLnddreti when writing- Correspondents when mil of IH HitfheYy should mention 1t1tunu 1 pp r Tin commission is allowed to uny Kpdy on subscriptions 1OE OOTLOOK is tent one ycnr for ope dollar eix months for sixty cento three months for thirtyQvo cents THURSDAY SEPT 21 1005 Law Stricter Still The sections of Jhe Local Qption law published inn recent issue were from the latest copy of the General StntutcB of Kentucky in the Cir ruit Clerks OUJce ince then Mr lrfc hns received Iho latest edi tion which shows that the law hUll been amended in somo important particulars and made more strict The section published in regard to druggicts remain the same but n new section makes it unlawful fur B person In have intoxicatingliquidi in possession for the purpose of fall und the possession of u U S epeciitl tux stump is priroa fncip evidence that the person linking it is a retail liquor dealer The Fed ral luw requires this stamp to bo posted conspicuously ones place ufbti lnf081 We publish in the following tin icnrf important sections of the law 1n force now 2556 CANVASSING RETURN CERTIFICATE OF RESULT EFFECT OF If it shall be found that a majority of the Jegul votes cast at any elec tion herein provided for were given for or against the sale barter or loan of spirituous vinous or molt liquors in the county city lown district or precinct it ehull be the duty of the canvassing board to certify that fact which certificate shall be delivered to the clerk of the county court and by him safe ilF rtntn the next regular term tIf the eO whtc r the Judge thereof ehull have the eamo spread on the older bunk of his court nnd said entry of the cer tlficate in tho orderbook or a cer tified copy thereof shall be prima facie evidence in uny or all pro ceedingB under this act 2557 PCTtALTT FOR GELLING IN VIOLATION OF LAWOR FURNISHIMi HOtlSK OR ROOM Til SELL IN Ann tbeeatry of the ceriic te of the caDvaMiug board as above provid ed for uT the orderbook of the couBty court if the vote was gitert rgniB8t tbeeale barteror loan of ppiritutiue vinous or malt liquors in the said county city town dis triet or precinct aa the case tnny be There seems to be un omission here Btl3 to iiriy person except us hereinafter provided and any 1 person who ltll lIlellbarter or limn directly or indirectly any lieU liquors in raid county city uprthan sixty nof moro than one hun dred dollar or be confined in the county jail for not less than ten miraore than forty days or both Mined nod imprisoned in the dls cretion of the court or Jury fur rack offense person who know lnglyflirnlbea or rents a house f jqowagon or any other convey HBceor thing in which npirituoua Iowor malt liquors are soldhur ifr d of loaned in violution of this i net hll upon conviction thereof P be gned not 11111 than sixty nor Bore than one hundred dollurpand tbelhouse wngou vehicle lund or other thing in which liquors were Sold bartered or loaned IIhul be liable to fines JldJudKedftualnst the f8lJne bartering or loaning the 8ol oThlli section is fee 4ef an act of March 11 1002 8RdIeeubstitule for the oriniiiMJ sectioH and is iniertrd in Us place Sep further as to penalties sScs l rb nnd sefci 256U 72 g 2567s 1 IKDICTMENT ALLE h CfATtoHs iOr In an indictment lor- a vioUllon of any provinion of the Set approved Muroh tenh one thoHetad eight hundred and nine tjfour entitled An act whereby it the Sense of the people of auy coun- tyt city town district or precinct tt J i a1 h tiikeB as to whether spir iti sVIRoulr 8I81tlIqu r tahali t4lI J lI8 t bartere tl O 10aRed hereln if of 1ac ameod f r1herlilOf It shall Rot beMce- Bi r1r UtI thata vote was takeR lt fnrae1 loB heJdor any other p relative thereto but U taay ba t riwply stated that the act or acts aterrliiit- ilMllI i be suttcient to desigBate ct J fatheJueatcptloa law J i 2 PENALTY jraR SULIKO OB niy1- H8i t j i JB PO JHlONOJ L1QUOK U r 5EtKXCC STAMP EVID CK Or GUILT i It iBall be ualawf ul for any person to eil give procure for or f int8b to sHwther aay spirituous vinous r Jit 18falt Hf1W r Qrtbepurpose o- fJfJ t eI yterrltorl W i 1r1i re iact 18 IfIf reeand any i r oftlatlIBg Iball befined 7I ut e t lftYRqr re tLlan tft f red- cdiillRJand18alJrition Rc 8I teD aOfmure than X ti toln of a United SUtes- tBwpi i4 coMHBonlv call t UJt tlttJleete Jorcarry retaUdeziJkr t JiquorB ort having of sucb tax t tiM erlicease stuck up at the 7 tt a fJbuBiaeM in ucU territory tIi J 6 tfeall prjaia facie evidence of ri i g ilt adsilhis Jiiection- Xr tf i p liijUwBypKaoflBBkHATIOR WfsuM Oh i ti or any ulwquent con JtUo l ra vielalioBof wfd act tlj t or any of it amendment tho court fhall require the defendant to oxe ciitfl bond in tho sum of two hun dred dollars to bo of good behavior for the period of twelve months Tho court muy in its discretion increuKo tilt umount of tbo bond unit if the bond io not Rivcn till defendiint hnll bo coiumitted to tho iron my jail for n period notcx feeding niiety duys to be fixed by the court TilE IrohihUioit law works n Imrdnliip on the druggist Under the luw he is nut permitted to keep not only till ordiunry intoxkiitinj liquids hut ulno uinny proprietary preparations thut muy ho uced as intoxicHtingbuveriiges Kven Rruin nliMihol in frequently diluted and used us a buveriige Gmin alcohol is un indispensable nrticlo in a drug store in the mauufucliiro of various olllciul remedies Yet un der ihe letter of the luw tho drug gist is not pertnittnd to huvo i till poBEOfsion It ia true that he can buy his tinctures and other propur ntioiiR requiring hlcdhol from mUll iifncturing phiirmucists hut tile prticlice of ihu bet ter clnBs of drug uists ix to lunko their own tinctur es us il ID nut only cheaper to do so hut the druggist is surer of the quality EVERY county surrounding Halh except Montgomery is under the Prohibition law ami thu assault on Demon Humin Mt Storting is to he miido ut onco by the women and their Bllles uinong the men The contest IB hardly doubtful for Old Ian Prohibition bus the right of wny over evtry road short of the larger cities JODN W YEUKES U S Comiais sloner of Rovonue has made u ruling that any proprietary medi cine or any liquid thut is moro of an intoxicating beverage than u medicine cnn only be Bold by dealer licensed under ihu U SI revenue luws Uenrenll such stiitf must be cut out under the Prohibi tion law IF the proposed amendment to the Constitution permitting are turn to tho method of voting by word of mouth is adopted the Gen eral Assembly will have to provide for the BHme by proper Inws All the featured of the present ballot law pIIS1ICIUI rSOTlf1ftlTEALING WetS never done iTwSpVlhciQii fashloned methi od of voting The object ntvao election is to determine the will rif majority of the legal voters Thai object is so often defeated now un der the ballot law that republican Institutions are seriously threat ened MANT voters lose their votes at every election under the ballot law because they ignorantly mark the hullot in the wrong plnce or unin fentionally mutilate the ballot in time way Every vote counts the way the voters intended when they vote by the viva TOCO method IT IB the common belief that elec tions under the bullot law uro fre quently fraudulent thut the will of the majority of legal voter is defeated That willjje practically impoMible if tbo poll is takcu by word of wouthINAN PATTERSON briefly occupied the public stage last week by get ting married to her divorced hue comIingdivorced from him As the Governor of North Caro lina said to the Governor of South Carolina it is a long time between Jun 11906 und Jan lr 1909 THERE ia nothing to ityoll must geKon ibc water wagon There is ulwuyi room for one more THE W C T U is organizing to SterlingGet THERE will bo no ballotbox stuf fing if the Stato returns to the viva voce voting Bystem CORRESPONDENCE Mud Lick James Highley sold a mule colt to Lile Ilart for 130 Eel Carrlngton eold a mule colt to Isaac Shouse for 951 Espy little son of Wm Jones was quitesick tho past week with fever He is better now There will be a box at nlghiSeptused for repairing the echool house Upper White Oak W W Rndgers daughter Nonna is quite ic- kJBSwotaa and D S Haw kins went to Mt Sterling Monday Miss Ettie Trumbo was the pleas ant guest of irfies Clancy Arnold SundRY f Ernest Swetnam and John liailey attended church at Wyoming Sun day night Miss Lizzie ud Ispent from Saturday until Sunuiy with Miss Muudie Manley of Wjbmlng- B M Aro01dwifandchildren of Kast Fork epent Sunday with his parents JD Arnold and wife Tobacco housing ia the order of the day There is some complaint of the tobacco already in the burn spoiling Bro Gordon will preach at White Oak Church Sunday morning and night Lot everyone come out tend hear him for he is t learned mnn and ns he is to be our paslir it wIn be very encouraging to him to hue a largo and appreciative audience All rh NewsI Per Yea c AIbdl IX u Forgo Hill Mrs Margaret ICnox pprnt lust week with her datightur Mrs Cath erine Vico and family MM Kd Builry und childrpii spent Suttirdny and Sunday lU Churlcs BuilcyB ut Slate Valley Tho Forge Hill school consisting of 55 children chnpcroncd by their teacher Mrs Lido Moore nnd somo of the parentP SpOilt last Sal urduy utKnnI Lick They report n delightful time Uppor Prickly Ash Gus Mnim of Wlnchostcr was licrc lust week painting his house loU Hendrix of Kiist Fork was the guest of F F Tuckett Sunday Dunlol liMiter went lo Callolls burg Sunday to visit his son James Harper und wire Cfiiy Tackett of Millorsburg cuuioSunday to visit hill parents F F Tuckeit und wife MreJSurnh Gray of Owing lvillc oamu lAst week to uiako her homo with Duwson TUliP und family Mrs Eliza Reeves of Mt Ster ling visited her brother Alfrud Carter und family from Friduy till Sunduy Mrs Dollic Lytcr accompuniod by her nieco Miss Edna B Hauiil ton of neur Ml Sterling went Monday lo visit relatives ut Berry Ky CrooKs Two of Will Williamsons child ren have fever Several from here attended Court at Ml Sterling Monduy The tobacco that bus been hous ed is houseburning badly v Miss May Barnes left Monduy tc attend school nt Lexington Jess Jackson left for Columbtfs7 Ohio this week on business Wilson fc Hendrix shipped u cur loud of cuttle to Cincinnati Friduy Peed Lnthrum shipped u cur load of cuttle to Cincinnati Satur day Miss Mnttio Hughes is very poor ly She has been sick for several months Misses Nuncy and Funny Carter arc visiting relatives ut White ul phur Springs Jeff Davis sold a suckling calf Just wcekJor7 Huury Johnson ClldllIe rr 10 oty iSJ Di Ciirley wife and daughter bfSll licc vleiiH Jrelatlve8 hero Saturday and Sunduy t Jim Pendluton of Purls and Miss Beachie Crouch of Owingf ville were here Sunday Mrs Tom Satterficld and lion of Midlund City or visiting her par ents D S Nixon und wife Mrs JeiF Davis and children vis iled ihe fuuily of Ltc Palmer ut Silt Lick Saturday und Sunday Odessa i Sam Lathrnm bought of W W Rogers ten lut steers at 3c R R Swetnam and sons Masters John and Wayne were guests of I R Darnell und wIre Sunday J L Vice bought of J S And erson Jive steorb weighing over 1 100 Ibtf and one COw all ut 3Jc- J M Richart sold recenlly ono pair of 2 ypurold work mules to Gen Trumbo for 200 one pair to R R Swotnaui at same price and one pair to I R Darnell ut same price Miss Iva Riddle is quite poorly Ed Garner U doing very well Mrs Mary J Power is convalescent Mrs J W Horseman has been quite sIck for the past three weeks but is better now Dennie Burns lost by death n good young mure last weekSho Bupposcdto have been snogged The forepart of lust week ut least when she was turned out on Mon day phe was all right when next seen on Thursday eho was so badly swollen that she died the next day F P Hendrix Co bought and had weighed to them Suturduy morning of J B Jones six fat 900 Ib steers at 8Jc one 1500lb bull of W T Anderson iit2a of IH rngIngat 2 jo and two 030 Ib steers at 8Jc ofJCMttSoy ono 126dlb cow nt 2c Bethel Corn cutting has begun McDados show is with us this week Mrs Wm Munley is better other illness J H Roberts sold G W Kemper twenty 1000lb cattle at 4c Miss Cay wood of Mt Sterling Is visiting relatives here this week Bruce Crouub delivered ten head of 1150 Ib catno to Andy English at4c lx The most irritable m in in town is WP Baird nursing his bud tooth Messrs McKaviJudyandRedman were guests of Ollie Arrasmith Fri day and Saturday Miss Wittman returned home Sunday after several weeks visit with her aunt Mrs C M RutlifF Sam Viol of near Sprout was buried here Sunday having died after a abort illness of typhoid fever Bro J T J Fixer was returned to this place by Conference nnd filled hIs appointment Sunday and Sunday night f Mrs James Emmons and Mrs G B Donaldson left for Lexington Tuesday to yislt friends and attend the State fair It is reported that G BCay wooi sold his furm ofllSacres for4000- i The name of the purchaser is un known to the writer i r U vr 4i I IJItrt it Craics Georgo Hunt sold a hog to Hoyt Warren for 3 Burn to Henry Teal and wife Sept 17 u daughter The formers in this vicinity are very busy housing tobacco James Lyons nnd wife spent Snt riluy night hero with tho formers inter Mrs Mury L Munley Win Lowry wife nml little pntr Walter artS vioiting Mrs Lowryi mother and other relatives in Nich olas county Mrs Mary Alfrey of Licking Union spent a week hero the gueai of her brother Richard Manloy Sr und other relalivos Bro Ham preached here Satur day night Sunday nnd Suadny tnght Allen Spenco brought his organ and his daughter out hero und they certuinly did render some fine music Grange City A L Havens is very poorly Miss Salho Estill ia attending school u Richmond A litilo child of Robt McKeo near here is very sick TR Ratlin wits in Cincinnati last week on business A N Dcnton and wife of Ow ingsvillo visited Mrs Juno l cIo and family Sunday Misses Emma und Mitry Gray left Monday for u visit to friends and relatives in Illinois ChuB Cooper and wife of near Fleuiihgeburg were guests of their daughters Mrs Burgess Kissick and Mrs M C Price Several of the young folks were pleasantly entertained Sun lay by Mrs W S Anderson other home at Wyoming Missus Minnie nndlolono Walton and Futinie Colli vcr visited the formers sister Mrs Julia Waller near Flomingsburg Saturday and Sunday Hlllsboro Robert Stewart is able to bo out after a two weeks illness Thomas Smoot bold to J M New man a cow and calf fur 25 Mrs Judith Emmons is visiting her sun JUB K Emmons at Owings ville thlll week Enncli Boyd sold to McRoberts Zimmerman two yearling steers at 20 per head After a weeks visit to reluivcR hero Molvin Zimmerman returned to ni q howe near Lexington RevTViltie S rrJiPeOcri burg is visiting his father Jl USelbyT and other relatives herb this week Mrs S R McRoberls and dangli ters ilieseo Aumi amt jKuIiy visited relatives at Fo sport last Saturday and Sunday The farm of eightyseven acres belonging to the e tate of John CUrk deceased nenr Ewing was sold Saturday to the highest bid der Charley and Frank Clark be ing the purchasers ut510 per IIcre Slata Valley Little Mies Cleoru Bailey is n the sick list y Born tn Wm Norris ind wife Sept 16 u daughter their first burn JnmesStexvart and wifeof White Onk vicitel the family of Sum Shuliz Sunday There was a meeting the com mittee and some of the members of tho Christian Church here last Thursday evening to devisn ways and means to have the church house painted but they failed to como to a conclusion and went away expecting to meet ut some future time The Forge Hill school went on n picnic and hnyride to Knob Lick Saturday They had a jolly day and plenty of good things to eat They returned in the evening by way of Owingville and Slate Val ley There were four big wagon load of the scholars besides Wm William in front of his picnic wagon with tne Star spungledBan orgelUllin the person of Mis Collio Moore who is ulwuys on the lookout for the welfare und happiness of her pupiln Moores Ferry Corri cutting has begun in this part W R Razor and E C Kirabrell went to Mt Sterling Monday Everybody is waiting for the great Street Fair at Salt Lick next week Some people from hero attended meeting at Elder Atkins nenr Salt Lick Sunday Robert Sorrell bought a 3 year old mule from some one near More head Friday for 110 Wm Razor and family visited PricklyAabAaion Fanning and wife1of Jes samine county are visiting the formers sister Mrs Boone Ingram this week D C Flood took seriously sick last week The doctor thinks he has pneumonia The rest of the sick are better I was requested to announce an ice crem supper at Polksville Sat urday night Sept 23 by the ladies ot that place There will be 8 choir of music for tho occasion Rev Allen pence one of th Holiness Bond will hold u cnmrf gi1ridaySeptdays Ho wants everybody no come He hua u ttnt to preach in and good lights at night t jJf IJ Ftro t i k 1t Licking Union Saving fodder seomS to bo tho order of the dn J R Jackson is having a dwell ing house erecud- Clco Jonop who has boon very sick fur some time is better M P Williams and family move to icrea Tuesday of last week I WedneFlll1YIto to a jnirchascd Tho Licking Valley Oil Co having now derrick poles put upon their lease Joo Junes and W A Jones and daughter were inSaltLickSaturday on business A T Hnm and wife FrankJohn son and wire were in Salt Lick lust Saturday on business Mrs Evu Ivash who has been very poorly for cnnie timeis better Dr Lewis of Salt Lick was to see her Friday Olympia George Swartz nnd wife wore in Owiugsvillo Saturday Born to Walter Belcher and wife Sept 15th a line girl Two of Will Williamsons child ren have pneumonia Bill Swarts returned to his work in tho mountains Friday J K Jackson and Bob Guult were in On ingavillc Saturday Herbie Cnstigan went to Coving ton Sunday to Gnd an occupatioo Mrs Clay Sbultz went to Ash land Tuesday to Join her husband Juuies Penix is getting along nicety with his school nt Sour Springs Misses May nnd Rena Jackson returned to their school at Louis ville Monday Mrs Sophia Fc ux visited her mothcrMrs John I incaid of Roth well last week Miss Maud Hick arson of Win chester was tho g est of Mrs Dr Clark lust week Algin Clark and MissCntha Wil liamson attended church at Ken dtilla Springs Sunday Reuben Hunter and wife ofCov inglon were tho guests of their father Bob Overley lust week Jefl Hovcrmalo und wife visited their daughter Mrs Nesbitt Satter field at Chestnut Grove Sunday Sid Warren and Jim Will Jack san who have been nt work nt stonomasonary at Lexington came horn Sunday to stay Tommio Grig d who had bO11 atfrKorgetown III fortwomontliy returnedSi Vlunday and made some one smile Guess who Mrs Jilt Spencer of Owenovillr Ohio stopped oif at her Ulster I r- sJK Jacksons hut got u telegram from her mother atLouisii that her brother Gaiio Qkuli is not expected to live Salt LickI Ocr Hull was inFrtirvicw Sat tirduy Mrs Lydc Flood of Yale was hero Saturday Harry Culdwoll was here a few dtiys lust week Mrs H H Lewis is visiting in Lexington this week A large crowd attended Court at Ml Sterling Monday Mrs AlieeWcedonofMtSterling is vjditing relatives liorc J P Fuller is homo from Ohio where he had been working Miss Ida Wren of near Judy visiting her sister Miss Bertie Miss Pearl WilU returned home Saturday lifter u stay ut Berea Mrs May Mnnn of Morehoad is visiting friends and relatives here Mrs Snllio Caldwell is visiting friends and relatives at Lexington Joe Davis spent Saturday nnd Sunday with his parents nt Cat lettaburg Miss Bertie Wren hRs moved to one of the cottages belonging to Mrs Craig Chas Hedrlck rettirncdSuturdny from Morehouse Alo where he hall been working Mrs Etta Jackson and little son Burns are visiting relatives utAsh land this week Mrs Cullio McNcul is with her aunt Mrs Moore near Winchester who is very sick ChuB Stephens and wife of Cin cinnati visited W R Stephens and wife a few days the past week Miss Annie Sheehan of Owings villa returned homo Sunday ufter a weeks stay with friends here Next week is street fair week A large crowd u expected Free ex hibition on public square each day Sam D Jones who sold his prop erty to the Odd Fellows has moved to one of the cottages ofMrsCraig Mrs Clell McGlo8sonof Olympia was the guest of her sister Mrs Chas Clayton a few days last week Mrs J D Turley and little daughter Lona spent Saturday und Sunday with her parents at Pres ton Miss LUcile Alexander of Yale was iri town a few days last week before going on to school at Lex ington boardinghousehas moved to the H C Moore grftperly Mrs Mary Perry died at her howe near Midland City Thursday and was burled at Jones Cemetery Friday afternoon She loaves lour children three girls and a boy 4rs Chas CruiliUtaGcoKautz laud SOil Bernard Mrs SVill Katitz 1 1 5fJ 5 11 ii lid diiugviUi lu lhIIl11rs J Pierce ppil Wtdiipsduy of lust werk wilrs John KntiU it FwrniiT Dr Dee Shoupu while ploying croquet got hit with u bull whiVh two bovp were pushing in IhKrcl tie liuil to have three tiiches tuken in his lip and also got domo of hi teeth khllclcdIIlIt Will Kliitz Cllnte in Suturdnj night from Rollings to join hi wife and little dutlHhterLucillwhuI arc veiling his weelIreturning Stoops Mrs R II Jewell continues very po irly R A MuRon of L5o4ttville has been visiting here We hear some complaint of to bacco houseburning J B Carter of Cantrill Illinoip has moved his family here Corncutting is in progress The crop is not us good us was thought to be Master Robert Grooms has been visiting his grundpurentfl near Jefferson fille Miss Steliu Kisaick has hen vie iting Mils Muymo Turner neur Springfield Silence is golden tis said Yes nnd to BOIUO people it is also very becoming Thomis Wren of Suit Lick was with his parents B C Wren and wire lust week Thc protracted meeting lo begin at Springfield hup been postponed one week from Oct 1 Some of our boys attended the box eupper ut FnsseUtf school house Saturdaynight The pithwav8 that lend to Jove lire muny und hard to travel bit those lending out lire CURler to find and still harder to travel There ure seven Democratic as pirtints fur the Governorship of Georgia This in eniuyh to ninUe Henry Wultersou luko anothor mint julep Those of our community who fulled lo nilnnd nhuroh ut Spring Held Sunday miffed u rare indeed in the singing of O FPiifch the famous linger from Chicago Mr uglspinglllgwufl tho best ever heurdllt Springfield No doubt the public will con gratulate itcplf when the notorious Taggnrt divorce suit is sallied A few tnoro such cases us this causo un uprising uguiiiHt divorce in fitvor of iipliiiu Reparation when thtj public cannot bo worried Stopstono John White Jr of Mt Sterling visited Clydii Brown Sunday Thlls Qui enherrr Sr has re turned from u 2 month visit in Clurk county Mrs Geo W Hlivins rontinnrs quite sink but w v hope thut she will soon be up Miss Mattic iuyne and Mrs Wm Ulnvins ure visiting at Richmond this week Mrs J IK Wilhrow of Mt Stor lintit viciting her mother Mrs G S Uitorbmk und sister rsWm Alexander Miss NaneyeSteelcorCincinnitti is viKiting her brother Thoa Steele and other rvUtives near here fur some weikH Miss Lena Piirker cpent Friduy till Monday with Miss Muy Stout nnd Mrs John Wilson neur Mt Sterling lndsspent r parents Peter Hart und wife on the Forge Farm Mrs Alexander Duff had a steer togo mud amongst his cattle thut ho hug on the Glover pasture near here some days ago Quite n crowd of our people at tended the Howards Mill Baptist meeting and sny they have a fine pr achar over there Pink Cassity and wife who had been visiting relatives and friends near hero rf turned home to Clay W Va Friday night Mrs Will EU White nnd son spent Tuesday and Wednesday with her fatherinlaw J WWhite nnd family in Ml Sterling tRek Simpson and wife are here bis brother inlaw T D Carmlchaerfor u whilon their way to their new home at Lee City M L Jones nod wife of Odessa were here on business Monday on his WilY to Mt Sterling Have not learned whether he closed tho trade or not John Coons and family of North Middlotown left for Mt Sterling after spending a week with his brotherinlaw W U Kincaid nnd family J H Myers house burnt to the ground Saturday night while tho family were away from home It was a total loss as nothing was saved from tho flames Murk Georgeof AshUndbrought to Mt Sterling for sale there Court day a load ot sheep and spent Sun day night here with his cousin Frank Brown and family Monroe Carpenter has quito a sick child with diphtheria Salt Well school closing down several days on account of it but nt this wriling Iho child is much better J M Stout arrived here from Virginia on a visit to his wife ROll child who are here visiting his father W L Stout and famiJy John looks well and seems to be happy Frank Brown returned Friday from Cincinnati and reported big hOllllrlIIf J Ta t 4 J rr6 = IjSa J BIG STREET FAIR SEPT2728 29 301 BIG SHOWS i I And maiiy premiums each day See larger bills for further particulars f Address Sherman Gullett ee J n FORJVirginia Screened LUIDIl and Pluto Cann lcri J If WRITE OR TELEPHONE 1 ii9t ROSE RUN IRON CO OLYMP IA KV u OFtChoice Shorthorn Cattle AT MT STERLING KY THURDAY OCT 5 1905 j i s8electlon of 40 head from Ilia herds of A W llupcom OingtiI1 Irif K n MiUfhnllalltl R U YI11 IIt rltng 1CrChefll ClitIuro of the Vild Kye Kirklevlnutiui Crugjjs lihCtnlheinnl d 7mii d are in good condition Wilh fiieh uniuiul HilfI ictrtlfiedcopy of regiHtry 102t will be held at i oclock at W TFitzpatricks 11Sale SAM V KIDD Auctioneer i hewglinB F Mvere Sr died nt hid Fltl in law QwchMttllIIIIIIllr Owingavllle Snturd y night and wan buried on the old Rynn fwrin thlllrside of his wifp who bus UPCII deud some yeur WH ixtiid j nipntliy to the tierruuil children and rela tivCI WHISKY AND BKERTTIIU figures of Iho Internal Revenue Btwuv JUKI tuiide up indicate thut AIIUTI cans tire drinking more lirer Jhtn whisky each year The preliminary report of Commissioner Yerkes fur 11thl fiscal year shows thut Uiocon sumption of whifky was materially less und thut of beer much greater than in Ije lust previous year SHJB the PittsburgDifpufcb Thcro were withdrawn for consumption during the yonr of distilled spirits other than made from fruits 116143732 gallons as against 116818372 gal Ions in the fiscal year 1904 This is a decrease in whisky consumed 704040 gallons here wus like wise u decrease in the quantity of fruit spirits consumedthe total the last fiscal year having heen 1 595021 gullons ugninst 1037303- aliens Inthe yeur b fore The consumption of beer was4949o540 barrels for the last fiscal year against 48208133 barrels in 1904 Tho increase is 1251407 barrels eech barrel containing thirty one g lIons H A Taylor AssistantSecretary of the Treasury believes that whis ky consumption is decreasing He holds that the decrease in drunken ness is due in great part to the consumption of beer for whisky r Taylor remarked In the so cial life of Washington there is fur less whisky consumed now thin there was a few years ago while the lighter drinks nnd beverages principally beer and wine are on the increase English papers aro considering the smaller drjnkbilluC their country and many reasons ure giv IInndsbut in five years it has declined 85000000 In 1900 the COnSQIDp lion of spirils was 149 gullons per head while ip 1905 it hud dwindled to 95 of a The dcclino iii JgrcatThe Board of Trade declares that the decieaee is not due to any fresh reform wave over Great Britain1 but wholly to hard times menhuvt ing cut down their drink bills tof meet the necessities of lire Tern perance workers attribute the de crease to a wave of sobriety The temperance people are will ing to concede that some part of the decrease is due to trjidc depres sion high taxation of whiskies and fermented boveruges QUtRt the same time they declare there has been n change in the hrbilqof the Engli hmnii Prohibition in an unusual form will be before Congress when tho Statehood bill is taken up for pile suge at the coming session At the 0 =a t scesinn of Cnn preen petitions were reciJveil nsklnjj flint tji lion Ph IIlcllIe ihu fiintiiiiiid piiViv in ihe 1 nd iii n TVrriiiiryuricrStnt l rhC1I1I1 wus tzniiited und ltiltllrGnh linuer of N w U n ni poll ire inwdeii pp tPch iii the Senute fnvorinj thv policy Prnhihltiiin lirremiH ii f WIhJn1tllll1I1I1 olprwhcre hiiti fmnkfd Ut tlioiiPiintiM ofiifKifIHK ppieili Itron h ihe Wesi iistnre lining nlLtiry inn to stir up v rllirlOglfrihihltilll Stntrhood IHOt been established Sitintord llCl HipreseiituUve win r hiive given uiiy thought to tlir pub ject however itisregntded us im probuble thut Congrexs will mnko t uny puch requirement lppechIIlclllred recognized for moro ilinri seventy1 i yiurs tile necepsitjcf fcecpiiig his kv nvViiy from the Indians Clrthit v Territory nnd that In all theltreut ies muilo with lliu diirerent cluues were inslrledprllh tle l1ule tr tthi tritlamong the Jndiunsv6nthat the President may bein ogr iIbut the question Io brought as to how Congreps could pbssibirad rmil a new State to Statehood brprepcribing in odvanrt what it constitution should or should npti provide i Represctitatives of t6c brewjhg J interests have been watching thf1tsituation While theru has been no ol vbte in their organlzationlt is stated that a great many infiurV cntinl brewers would likoto see Congress provide for prohibition in l tho Indian Territory j f strictly at cobolic drinks that is drinks fi containing ulooliol nbove ascertain percentapc 3 u n W 0 J cINTIRR DENTIST hfOver Outlook OHlce and lIItt ll1uklllVolllpmysllulldlulr OWlNciSVILLE KY i JOHN T KI BROOCH SON Riconasnd PWAiJiMPH as a M stRet IFirst Aid io the Injured in this city are injured v daily and oftentimes serious results fol low simply because the injury was not properly cared for iu the beginning It Is notahays possibleto secureaphysiciaa iat a moments notice 1funy deathslUC catSec1bync 1igenre poisoning results from bad cute s shot woundsctcbecausethe is not properly treated proraptlyi i Paracanijjh a simple inexpensive rl tinmanufacturing ntamd large instftn1 should keep Paracamph near at It is by tncdjC1lautkor to be a most reliable relieyiny 600thmgnnd telJngl1g stops pan it heala 1V1thoutcaylng1J Bclyscsosaad absolutely prevents Q Taracaniph is truly a BonKl remwly i every bottle 1 guaranteed to pere safe clean and tod exactly vrbat i claimed for it If yorf 0 tcot KJday kirP8iborne as Rood soap andVater You vntt ndlt ex llcnt i relieving RheumatiafTNeuialgia Sore lTired F Skin Troubles Catarrh oi any form of or Inflammation vy rbyallgooa j Compaujv Louisville Ky rJi + f 7i 0J S rr = s 0 0 0 v