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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i J1 ft rr jiif Iz t I t J r b t 0 1iIf r yi- ci1T 17 fI J t I J irIf t 1 I W Vir It Jh r J t y w i Jt J t mmsrs 1 J J fl L Ct ti r r Ct t Ije m tntillt I utionk f r I jC tj JJ z 1J uu == iiL i VOL XXVII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 2I9O5NO14 1 V For Mitchell wagons see Byron Bros t Oh but wont politics be the whole A thing for four weeks =r 1 The top for hogs nt Cinclu Inutl Monday was 575 Tho floater Imsnt had such an op portunity in 29 years at least Geo T Young is the authorised I agent of rOE OUTLOOK to collect Dr G W Conner makes teeth from the che test to the best 10bt The fatuous Jewel line of cooks and heaters at Byrons Hardware A new set of city officers aro to beIIelected on the regulur election cJU Nov7 E iThe Rnssfeed cutter nndSweep Power for eale only by EL fc A r t T Byron S H L Lane is agent for Wieder man bottled beer and Budwoiser bottled and keg More cook und heating stores at Bud Brothers than in any house a Qist of LexingtonRfWewllt Guarantee results If you tiso the Hoosier wheat drill For I Bale by Byron Broil wAn who haveproporly to toll nil public auction caI tU D Paris kHe will giveeatiafaction The Wonder lino of heaters tahoursWANTED Four or five hogs for meat No matter how rough and common Apply nt OUTLOOK office 1N Everything for comforf in keep C re Ing warm fn the way of heaters grates etc Bun BBOTIICR Gun8ammunltlunleggingshuntIII in coats and nit sporting got ds a specialty at E L A T Byrons u Holman Rico bought six catfl N from Oscar Hannn who bough 4 them Crom Fletcher Crouch to v 135 I f Photos made every Saturday nt Ji A Lowers Jewelry store one t door below OctLooK office Come one and aUuDr G W Conner the dentist bi uses Odontundcr and alt approved ty nnnisthetlcs for the painluss es traction of teeth IIII kiiPI SDura1iEDont think of Itrvlngto raise vhest without t the tucllmnndChawplun drill eoMJS L t by Bud Brother K r Lrw tUt heaters gnarunteed to keep t jtlre BYRON Lift s ilt- lFORSusS Durocfc Jersey In ehonts subject to registry at 10 each Atldress 144 AiniBT Wttsns Bethel Ky t AomiciHi FLeltFenee strongest c pednd best field finon tnnde JuHt Deceived ear of 5000 rods alliaBireiu BruoK Buns We are authorized to announce tirorgo A PeeLlasa eandiduto forPCounty Judge f Bath Mr Peed re theiiowtuee of the Republican par S IitThe Richmond Champion wheat drill is in uso in every neighbor hooJ in the county and has no rquii Buy blip fruuiBudBrothTer We are authorized to announce toraar Wrbarber aa candidate for ijuntr Attorney of Bath Mrtl r Barber is the nominee of the Re publican partydVe are authorized to announce Henry T Hopfeina as a candidateS for Sheriff of Bath county d Tlpton Deputy Mr Hopkins Is theInoralneeof the lloptibllcau party I c IT HoBT8rthe license fees are hittIng sereral of us where it hurts g THK OUTLOOK lisa to ante ten dolbJars tforttieprit liege of trying to I make less than a frugal llriog M fbleer ftthing theR i ondChuiDpionDnll rewltp many people liar yesUng32 to25 bus per acre Seour1lae of heaters andcooks before buying SunriseA Pine Grove andSuke well cooks and many ofh rsjo select from E Lc A T Byron RYIX Ti orWiiEAT Buford Good n IStoops tellaus that the farroerB of hfe section have become discqurgedtheir frequent fail uresir wheat growing and are so wing rye instead this tall DIParsasz4Clf o Byrons ftwo 4Ichildren have recovered from diph A j theria buVihere are three other t cases yizj Alex CoHBers daughter I lv Eleasor fa NJeBton8 son Far i Ir tad Luther Daniel eon Tinsj ley 4 JOB PsiKTiNGi +Uejaeraber thail1 printSetterheads BtatemeHts esvelopes cards labels ipt84nviUtioH8 and alt sortsI of bai iB6 stationery on the stock IB tasteful style at the moi 1tUbk prices Compare our 1 t I lsth turned put by any oJ i jtece and you will find jtto- i t 9Pjji4Liig9 W bayeu8 do your tjW r tprtAtP08er8 dodgers iihIet RIJ verything usually tiirIsd4itbyaeoiatryjobolflc 6 i We kave e kandfor sale in arFy J Muatity bliil deedv Hortgagea euJ rlukerblanks a r faT t oOw F lt 0I i I f rt fi t P Jr 1 1 l p I F I PERSONAL- SRobert Walsh of Mt Sterling wa hero Monday IC W Iloualcer spent some days week at Yak Clark Patterson of Mt Sterling I8S here Sunday Wus A countyInMiss Mattie Spencer of Salt Lick vns In town Saturdl- InoDonaldsonof Elizabeth Bout Oll county was hero MondaygA T Ham of Yale attended tin Republican convention Tuesday lrof C V Martin niid wire visited t Carlisle Saturday and Sunday M lss Lucy Honalcer and Mrs RS still wero in Mt Sterling Friday Miss Colo of Jcffersonville came jonThursday to visit her sister Mrs Wj Pllell9 8t H Fu3 RliiBO of Lexington Is GudgellofSberburne John Arnold Is able to bo out again after threeweeks confinement with soc foothIsobehher Tuesday Miss Lottio Atchison went to Cin cinnati Friday to attend the Conser IB vnlory of Music Chas Brother of Lexington ciufio Saturday night to spend u fow days with home folksstJPostmaster James A Barnes Is able to go about again after utt at ck of rheumatism Mrs Oscar Palmer and children the have been visiting her parents utIII Bethel for several days Mr and Mrs Win C Harper of thlativesTt mAA4f timIlLvisit relatives in the countS Clarence Power went to Indiana Pi polls Indiana la tt weuk to work fur of telephone ClJlIllIIUIofD S Trumbonnd wife of Carlisle glhl8geMrscame recently to spend someinonihs with her sister Mrs T IJ Darnell Pc Mrs JJ Murk accompanied herb sister Miss Lucy Smathvni homo for visit to near JSpriugfleld Monday Royse Allen and wife of Millers thttersChas Lnthrl1mofl1ylors Branchcnow day operator fur the rtiltroud ut Plkevlllo at u good salary vo elLIaftornoiin to visit relatives anMrsraeebu of Cy u th hi n a ut a house par of iuulllersburgidr Bouluhiw r M Perry and I5e5SJiuforct Gnodati dud sister Miss Annie Mn v of Stoops came up Mon Sw day to visit tlielrulicle Jnuies Wll IInllllnlJames T Pet re JooPawsonCon ner IK wing and B Fraufc IVny at- hded the Lexington trotting races t week coBencame down Monday to visit the Jut ts mot hnr Mrs tialhe Oartmilloh ricklyAsli- BMrs Lou Rcnspr of Spencer atit- tstrMiss Bertie Ramey of How rds Mill speut Monday In town b with frledds fherJCThulIiduy hlMrWest Virginia and Mils Mary Boyd Marshall of Mt Sterling were in own Monday afternoon Miss Carrie Nixon teacher of the lrlcIdayteaching until Wednesday 8aughterMarytMrs Ida Elliott daughter Miss c Uulia and Miss Niuu Hazelrlgg woro tin 5LrlIaloTuesdsyartarnounand of this week Mrs W P Strader children and iss Ann Mllward of Lexington Drpetclion und wife nee Aunts e Ind cams o ItIMrs Thos Reid and daughterMrs VIMcChunFlemlugsbUrg Mrs Wall Thos J paugberty ifnd wife of Slierbiirne were guests at Judge John A jDuugli ertY d onodaylu8tweokia The ladies of the IforPresbyterianS Church cleared about mmIunchMonday- SFrRtmsman of the Democratic Campaign Committee of Bath county by the State Committee The other mew fcere have not been appointed yej iSLDGOED AND ROBBED Mondaj ti ht about 780 oclock Jo Jones a substantial farmer of Yule vaisfSof knocked unconsciou by a blow nV tliorlght temple by one of a nunsto bet of negroes on Henry street thotear of Byron Bros el store Jones1was taken to th Owings House and finally recovered BtlconJolouBness under the treatment BtjofphyslciansXllis wound was ui one inches long and was Inflicted by one of the iron spikes used on telephone poles iW steps Jones was under the influ ence jpf liquor and was surrounds by a croWd of negroes His so nj ayaJone was robbed of four or Qyedollais in money Cliff Werner Cliff Peters nnd Bill Coffin were arrested and jailed on suspicion j i 1 p js o 4 The graded school hail I32ptipi IsI enrolled up to Monday Corncutting is nearly finished Tho crop IS about nn average one The new telephone exchange be gan operation in a limited way Monday Got your Winter liuggr Robec and Horse Blankets from E L t A T Byron Wheatsowing is tanking pro ress and also ryesowing on to buuco ground Elder J A Llopper of Lesing ton preached at IleueniH Valle Church Sunday t R C GoodllaRter of St WcllC last Friday night caught In i trap u pure while rat Highgrndu IGx20 plclure frnmei Rod Mastic mixed paint for suleby J 101 BKOTIIER LTobaccovousedThe Ctd is a onu on the wholeISCHOOL CLOSED I 1o311lIIunnYtl y order of tile ItathCoiiniyllcalth Board the Owingsvillo Graded t School has been suspended for o e week there being an epidemic of re throat prevalent in the district THE INJURED GIKLB MissAnnir Bailej1 who got her foot cut oil by train nt Preston continues to well at St Josephs Hospital Lexington Miss Lucy Vanlanding hum of Odessa who was injured ate same time continues in a emit al condition from concussion of e brain REUEUUERPD TilE GoIen Flaeisall came down from the reIlentymammoth sweet potatoes as n present for the hungry OUTLOOK ing In appreciation of Bens nerous thoughtfulness he got out his fockety mixing up in politics Tiieedny C WALttUr TO THE CAlTAlxsOmCE Elsewhere in this issue will be found the oflicinl unnoiinccnicnt of e schedule of license fees for wingeville biiisiness nod penfII OtSusting the discontinuance of the ectric Street lighting Fervice in he nler to curtail city expenditure d do away with the necessity of ling FO much revenue Count DAT There was ti very large crowd here Monday and the as a rule hud a very Pit muetory business Traile in mules und mute cults was jery brisk Other livestock was rather draggyThere IsetUenced trader snid cattle were oil u unmter of a cent from last Court day There were about 150 offered Among the sales reported hruhPeed Si La tli rum bought a mule lt of Jesse Gnodpnrfter for 50 1 even 1150 Ib cattle of Silas Bur ber at3A und one at 3Jn John W Hughes bought of David P four 855 Ib yearling s steers IIt3io und one of Silas Bur er at 3 60 P James Conyers sold a mule colt P r 65 T Horseman one JS5 John J Coyle one for50 ames Norris one fur 57 50 David endrix one for 51 Jo Hondrix one for 41 Dee Rudder one for 65 Jumes Horseman Jr one Joe 50 Philip WiWiams tune forSoYoO i Fletcher Crouch bought a mule t for 30und two yearling steers r SS735IIGoodpaster Nixon bought three- 800lbsteers of Wm T Warner at 30I d R L 8ter n mule poltof W Wi GoodpiRter for 51 wo of Dick Tupp for 8130 Warren Badgers bought 8 year ling heiftrs of J M Cnssity at 259 and three steers nt 210 Holman Rice bought a mule colt f W D Young fur 86750 one ol- rnold rEm Gondpustcr fur 827 on are of Minor Newman for 895 Henry Hopkins ldu pair of ork mules to W A Thoml1ssunoff orth Middletown Wm McCarty sold a yearling P male calf to George lloyd for 826 J cow and calf to Dave Stumper islJ ylesold a weanling ule for 840 JackMarklund sold two weanling horse mules to Snedegur Bros a 10 each W L Whitton euld a weanling horse mule to Sum Lathram for48 James T Ellingtw sold 2 heifer calves at 88 50dHchlshort yearling steer und I heifer for 82460 cow and calf for 825T two heifers JorI 815 1 twoyearold eteer for 820 Lilo Hart bought n pair of mules L J Rice for 8210 M C Saunders bought a horse f ASH Crouch forS125u mul njcpltof J E Mann for 13IR L Burry bought of CAVWar nor a mule colt for S45 C S Crouch bought two lucifer at 9 each Tucker Power sold u 2yearel heifer for 20 Hob Clark and Vm Reed aol six yearlings at 16 each Ben Will Reed bought a horse Minor Newman for 10750 James J Moore sold n mare and mu e colt for 150 Philip Williams sold a mare for i0 Henry If Hopkins void to pee Lathram 25 fat wetter at 3J A slow rain on Tuesday promis ed to break the dr nth that wm beginning to be seriously felt throughout time count Klderll Adams of Sudith Menifce county commenced n ineetriTgnt Fussetts schoolhouse oft Flat Creek Saturday night to lust ten days Bia CATTLE SALC Waller Sharp of Slmrpfburg sold 210 export cattle and Hen T Wright SO of clinic lit ljc The buyer In under stood to have been Jo Frnkc of Paris for an Ktslern shipping lirui rRes Thouias Koheris nod It L protractdIn Nicholas county ana have had mtetingJday PitOTitACTEi MEPTINO Rev C OwiugsiIutracted meeting Sunday at the Mt Pleasant Church of which he is pastor also This ueeting will lust days tlr longer Prof Edward Fogg the noted cornetist of In olila arrived hero Saturday to conduct the music Miss Ruth = Richards is assisting in tim music REGUTUATIOK OF VOTKIIB Thu annual registration of voters for thccit of Owingsville was livid Tuesday Oct 3 There were 87 registered us Democrats 97 us Ro S publicans und 10 as Independents Three of the Independents were loForlii not gut atroppurtonity to meg ItgisteringWedteaday Oct 30 31lIf1d Nov 1TSTKUCK SALT AMI Sciiiiuu WAyD nsJ M Bigsu ir drilled u e 11I r stockyuter lust week on his nearpringfieldhurch GcJlIlIpumped dry Five gallon of tlwp ater boiled down tnude a gallon n tit Tho th JIIIthlrimm unit struck sulphur water As loignH he finIs u variety of wutyw ought to keep on Drilling and he iiiayhnvfii fumiiip watering place I ALL BUSINESS MKN TAXEU The City Council met Tuesday night of 1111 week and nsnesscd ttixt to the amount of 9061111 every biiHines und professionul man in to vn au made neceS ary to lUllklip a def icit of 1000 catiBcd by the hilIu himent ofKuloons und the lojiis of t the uttendiit revenue Aiictrnncerp per year F5IIWJI butcher rliops iO Imrber chops 0 umuuks 30 dry goods etircs 20 hiirdwurei t res 20sirug ncorv 20 grocery Ptores 15 inillinery stores 5 harness anu saddle elups 0 undertaker 20 lawyers 0 luyseians iJ dentists 0 livery tubhrs 10 blnckmitli shop 6 tilepliong exchange 25 tIIIIIlnCstations 10 Jsttie0 jewelry store 6 printing othiecS10 biitelC hoarding IlUu feedlurnud grain deulcrs 15 tobucjeo w trehousus 5 restaurant 3 gent8fiirnisliinj goods Ptoren 10 wmirbtushupsnsiiranto assessed lualwagons when not connected withh therbusirmess 815 FULl JtElaiJLICAN TxocpTTluiileglites cliutbii Iteputilicunsat the various votlnt recitmets 1net huro Tuesday utter oon and without teor hitch nominated a full county ticket nu fellows County Judge George A Peed Sheriff usury T Hopkins with C William Tinton as JullerJohlllillcherI Byron atf Deput- yssasorPetor II Stephens tichuolSuperintendent Mrs Bottle County Attorney Omar BarberuMagistrates were n s follows ST Howard in 1st districtJames Colliver In 2d Chits R BarburSd ohn Edwdrd 4th Uiclmrd Costljjan 5th John F Conner 6th Constables were iiomluatod a fol ows i dlstrlctjJR1lceDlckersoii 4th Millurd Stuton Glh uttondtSaturday to nominato a candidate for Representative from Bath and counties Tho general snnti fluent uppeorsto huujrQll1st uomlnat II cuuthincro to oppose WlillumA YuulIg the Democratic nominee For some weeks there tHIS buen much Activity among the Republi cunsh to whuther or not it would bo advisable to put out n full coiinty ticket There was a strong el mlmtfltvorl no toIcertalij of this Democratic nominees losteWHB Btrontily agltated and thin result ofI SaturdayIndlenled overwluhnlnjsare up No supportIdOn the other hand it is equally sure supportdThe Democrats have A normal ma jorlty of upwards in this county and tholr ticket has consequently a grsl1t advantage but frouum prcseu indications there will bo so much scratchirg am swappinj on both sills US to reutlJr the result doubt ful At a ny rate ilpplnjr old can tltldcounty van bears v 8 e r ll 27 7 t jurIuluis Corhin John W Hulls A C Kurrick is FrlnclClphlr EBUhnleyDickBigstair AlpheusVice ravts Warner Ed Ions John A lnehuer Roe Jackson Robert Don nldson John D Dickens Tollie C George D Gudgell A Uoylc Thoniua Power W 11 D Ferguson Nathan Sorrell George Jackson John SliroutFrnnkiloyse John C Arnold Ed Darrell L G uhivy Join Otis J J Ncphitt vus choiien ns Judge ro tern pore until Judge Young re covers sufficiently to resume his fiIMAKDAJIUS SuurD N Youngd tatt lifctiHc us Falnonkeeper ex pired it midnight Wedncsdny Oct lie hash town und oounty license pnldfiir until Junuury 11005 Allo her saloon keeptrs in town badeIhlir lifciiR 8 pii t fur till Jan 1 1005 Mr Young pnught to renew t his State licfn e until that dllteehilt DiDiity County Clerk Thins 1 Peter refiRcd to renew his license ii til thnt limp On Sit tuurduty a emnulnut Mr Young filnd n mundu IIttllrrlfyJudgoPathrlIn Clerk to accept the State saloon II cense of 150 per yeuY und issue Iiscense until Jnn 1 IflOG Tho mitty will he trod this court if u Judge can he IIgrlclluplln pJIt1geYou g againitleDIuwnATcnzsoNOul ThllrsdnyII ct 12 Mr SA Dowd und Miss essie Atchison will lie married uf home of the undo on lower t late Creek Elder J R Jones of Lexington will perform the cere ciony The wedding n ill bou quieta coupleillMiss Jessie is u daughter of the te James Thomas Atchipon und is first wife She is a ephendidw young lady attractive in pen nnd manners and heniulful in ehl- rhOhr8he is deservedly popular socialcircles and warmly OP teemed by a wide ncquninanccshill Mr Dowd is from Berry Harris ofiIbeursu fine reputation as n gentler man and business winoTun OUTLOOK heartily congratu a utes Mr nod Mrs DnweltFRan TUAINIKO OF NunsusByithe terms of u fund to tered in connection with tim PhilI adelphia School for Nurses With s cropoon Building Philadelphia a t number of young women from every county will receive free training in Nursing It is planned to ultimateily reach and hslp in this Illage und township t protforms and alt the refinements of a wellappointed Christian home At gruduution the diploma of the School und Order of the Red Cross will he conferred qualifying for practice in any State or country the railroad fare will then bo paid buck home Tbose applying and chosen to ro ceive tho benefits of this fund willI be given two years training with rich experience it nursing the sick poor of the city under skilled leaders The term may be shortened to eighteen months by taking a preliminary course of six months reading and study at home A special short course enables young women to quickly qualify them selves for self support and a sub stuntial income In addition to regular nursing the young woolen are taught how to recognize avoid und destroy contagion how to cstubjish un d naintuin peri ct sanitary ennUi tions about the home they arc pn pared for positions us ufllce liars nnd physicians assistant thue get a practical knowledge of City j Mission movements Deacoueas i r r 1 r Xi YJ t 7 SEE US FOR Coat Suits Rain Coats Cloaks SkirtsI i Goodpaster CoSOwingsville KyC training College settlement work and are trained for special posi lions of trust in institutions The School ie ten years old and endorsed by physicians leading educators And other prominent men throughout the country ELECTED COUNTY TUUJJIMKE CoM Miseioxcic At a meeting of the Hath Fiscal Court Tuesday of last week the question of electing mnuntyTurnpikeCotnmlssioner was brought up County Judge John A- augherty and Butler Toy a rang istrate being candidates Dutuighs erty received three votes two Toy not voting had he votedtfor himself making a tie erty could have voted for himeejf thus winning anyway The salary of the Turnpike Commissioner was xed at 1000 per year thereto ore tho magistrates have acted as turnpike commissioners in their respective dUtrict receiving there fur it is said 100 each per year Bv a recent decision of the Court f Appeals members FiscalCourts hold two public or county offices This made it imperative hitt a Turnpike Comralssioner he- leced The new nflicial tnkshuis position Jan 1 upon his retirement from the County Judgeship By order of the Court the entire turnpike tax amounting to about thir teen thousand dollars is placed at the Commifpioners dfcposul The Fiscal Courts action in placing the ltlryo this official at 1000 per ear saddles taxes af400 more than the same work formerly cost upon an already overburdened county GoYEItXMENT PlUNTINO OFFICE The government printing olllce costs the people of this country 6000000 every year says Sean oi iiemcnway of Indiana A vast amount of useless and wasteful is being lnnlThe liter ry emanations of n lot of scientific ranks arc being published when the government has no business do inV tiny such thing The average crank thinks that his particular ork or theory is about nil there is of creation whereas it probably interests a dozen or more college professor A largo number of cosilv scientific maps lire printed in colors and Fcrit up to Congressmen for general distribution They lire handsomely put up in bjVxes und tied with ribbons and they- eally look pretty but they are not f general use or interest and it is sinful waste of money to force he government to pay for their general distribution The waste n public printing however is too n topic to discuss in H short sayhaternment printing office hue jumped up within a very few years from 1000000 to over 0000000 and t is 8U11 going upward I think hat Congress ought to enact a law providing for tho creation a cow mission of three mcmbcrs and slip ulato thnt nothing shall be printed at the government printing ofllce unless it bears the O K of this commission They should bo broad gauged men generously endowed longnsheadsto order printing dono as they ploase and as longas bureau chiefs nnd even lesser officials arrogate this right to themselves the big printing ofllce will be a veritable hotbed of extravagance ALt EAST MARKS NOT ROBES Dispatches in the daily newspapers last week stated how Henry A Leonard clerk in a great New Xork hanking auk brokerage house rubbed his employers to show hruv easy it could be done The story follows Now York Henry A Leonard who was employed by Halls Stieg Uz a prominent firm of brokers ua clerkmude nnl1eseveral yours n trusted employer n f Italic StJfglits and lived quietly oj f NOW IS THE TI1V1E f To ksave money on Pitsjv Harness i lae nir re Harriets nndhpffer H ljofness tItan any hoiwo in Kusturn Kuntuclty Whon yoWbuy fhimmtixeWLogj J coiiie see my Harness and I wll ave you niortey i fehnr11 iiii ti man aiif un Whbro Corrie litttl see me and I will sao y6n ut6fteyV j1 nifi yours for tho best Saddles anti IfJiIIUa EUGENE MINIHAN Ow1ngsv1iij L === i r RAOKET STOREs We have on our fall goods direct ftdn New York und so low you cant resist bu iig q lack Sateen yd 12c inen Crash yd 1087cu- shion Tops 25 lOc arn lb flO- ehetland Floss lh 7c nys Corduroy Punts pro 350 Union Suits 25c Lndies Union Suits 25e Ladies Knit Corset Covers 25c InfuntsShirts 20 l5e Childrens Underwaist 20c Composition Honk 5 Childrens Yarn Gloves pro10c CASH PAID FOR EGGSt E3 weHEFLIM 4with his mother in Harlem He is about twenty live years old Leonard told the police tlenthe conceived the idea of thus theft three or four moats ago und been plunning during that time o execute it mud shuw how ellsY1 such n subeme could bo practiced on the banks of New YurkoUII September SI ho said he found four lIankihecks on the Hanover No tional Bank Tliut was in the tare noon Latter in the PUUIO duty IIP faid he watt io the corridor of the National City Bunk and among the men waiting in line ho saw a man holding in huts hnnd tin envelope marked 311000011 per cent on the envelope Ho ftjiid lie heard tins loan clerk tell thu mes senger that the Interest wOe 4i per cent and notli Then he said the messenger departed Leonard then had his cue and went Jo the Bow rynnd there ordered 1a rubber certification stamp but before doing BO ho cut ODPIrnmcopied A f erh6 secured the stamp he filled out the body of the chdck drawnion the Hunover NIl1 tional Bunk Then he said ho went to Wull street and hailed u passing boy arid asked him if he know whero the National City Junk was The buyIald he did nutI Leon uQ said he tohVhimTake this chbck to 52 Wnif street und hand U 10 tlie hun clerk Leonard meanwhile stood opposite this CusP tow house and stow this boy tuke the and come out with the securiliesHo his house at 586 Rust 130th streefjand with no delay put them n wrapper ufllxud the ntceSS rlJttwPanlltonkthem to a mail box jp ofIWest Ninejjj second street muilrd themo Dyer Pearf34Vigt Twentythird street who is a mem her of thqfi m that owned thin to corities ier were however on y 39000Yworthe securities in thu were received cutely theiiest day by MrPeurl There were 50000 worth of ee secories inisninj and Lionurd x ilniiied that by saying Unit to have enclosed then nil inn pwckuge by tnuil woild hnve made the package too bulky nnd ho therefore kept them out and only mailed 300 000 worth In this connection it was noted that only ubout50J00 worth of the securities was negotiable August Stieglitz of this broker nge firm that eniplojed Leonard wade the following statements eon cerninghmi Henry Leonard or Flurry Leonard us he was known III our ijlliee hits been in our employ three or four years He is twenty to 23 years old Lie Ims always hcliuvcd well and we always regarded him as thorotfkhly honest and trust- wOrthy I bulievu it will be found hut tlis thing was nut done dill honestly but ruttier that thin young wan wanted to show how easy it was to perform such n trick Mr Stieglitz declined to say wore than thus In oilier quarters however it wta learned that hut young man was in the stock and loan department of Hello J Stieg litz who are big operators on tilt Stock Exchange Leonard is sKid to hnvo been nt the olllce nil jute ic Stiturdiiy night hulls Jk Stie litz arc depositors in the National lank TUGS J JONES Lvery Feed Sale Stablo OWINGSVILLE KY Ileudqiuuters for horse and mnvtI eouiiuectloruj S 5 rZ1 Z uoip TiniColiindors 1 C Pad Locks jfO 15 IOu Stanil anti 3 Lasts f 30a Half Soles pr IllOc RJuss MoiiisEcs Stand vrlOtt1 Lunch Boxes 12 O8c- GltlPS Bowls i 105c t Blade Pocket knifo 80rf- Crtlf WeanersT 29o Mens Cotton Glovee pro IQc Alarm Clocks T5tf Mens und Boys BooiBpr 125 upf Mens Slicker Gum Coats fr JIftlonenr on mao reason able GEORGE H GUDOEH Odessa KyitJ HFHHlenmeyer 1Sons BLUE GRASS t LT llufseri0sLEXINGTON Ky Offer for fall of Ifi05i1 full stock of ruit und ornamental trees graper 4 vines nspnragup smali fruits rhu 2 barb shrubs etc We employ no gents but tell direct to the plant cr Cutttlogue on application Accident T I Insuranca A few weeks ago I insur ed Elde T W Harrisoni against accident and ill ness A few days later her was kicked on the elbow by a horse he was currying and injured so that he laid up Seyeral days ly company has just paid him 860 insurance Do you know you are as likely and to get hurt as heCotrte in hear my proposition I will insure you against everything in the way of Y accident or sickness It wont cost much but ii it t t is inconvenient for ycsa to t pay cash I Will take your i tnote Isnt that fairCl1ttUO 68t llU r Ovvingsvslle Ky t jDay phllnl57Nlitht phone 3 14i JOHN T KlJVkBROUGH SON BConraend t S PAlUCASSFH SJ MdiReliable 1 f1l First Aid to the Jnjurd c tljj Many In this city are Injureil itd- ail and oftentimes Scn0I1S1esutS e low because the mprj was noS 1 pmpcrlycndfodn ltif t not always secure a physician ij 1at a moments notice Many any f 7 caused by negligence and deIW Blood kt xjisoniug orten front bad cuts r flwound9 etc because the Woundsnotpmpcr1rtreaed promptly Parncam a iuiccpnsiv remedy whICh every family should keep t 1homes every day every factory manufacturing p ut md large institu p tiou ihotild kCC Iamncamplm carat t Land It ia concedejl ily1flCdcUtfluthC ties to be a most reliable relieving l4l soothing and lenJinga t It not only stops pain qnicklybnt it heals wounds vitiiout leaving lr scara aa l cbslutcly t lprevents bloodpoisonmg t f lInmactuii tt is truly a home Tcmccy1 and every bottle is guara tcc ltofee pure i safe clean oud to exactly what 13 claimed for it If jbu do not tcep liar fr 1cOflp11 in1 your honiff get n Ixittle to fi day It is inrt necessary ia yoctr homcasJoodronpanwntcr n for quictV relieving Rlieumatisia Neuralgia Sort r Tired Feet Skin Trouble of joJ cny form of Swelling or Inflammation fi Soldonlyin J 215enndtoo bottle r alt good w S ll1fI J S t 1 2fJ ieeS J 1 X i t4 n nr t C k c u 0 to t + i WS t d t v II 1 i I f 7 b 1p J tJl f2 I Y g OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK t a CUTLOOIC PUB co PubtlsherL I OWINQSVILLE KENTUCK t j THE ROSE rIwasatalryking were a tar Once In I drowsy woo Just as twas day 2C HncTheir b And I knelt down toJou Even the kingot tips IIntothe Spring Into the heart of It o Old the rose singyWild rose that blossomed so came the fire 1Sunfiro that withered It f Can the heart tiretThere In the Elfrosa and brier Role of our troth It was And the charm wroughttWhen the last Fell and was not You round another love i I And ItorgoUmThat was In fairyland Dear do not fret Who can bring back the rose With the dew wetfI Tls but II tale y Idleand yet prank Preston Smart In N O Times a A ROSE OF- NORMANDY y WftLIAK aA WILSON of et CHAPTER XV 1j WHEREIN FRONTENAC ASSUMES IA THE ROLE OF GUARDIAN AND TWO FAMILIAR PACES REAPPEAR Two years passed and affairs of mo 2 Tncnt affecting closely the lives anI4i fortuno otan the chief actors in this 4 a New World drama were enacted in I tQuebec For a time the new a8soetaI tlon of furtraders whose support La r Salle had with difficulty obtained wero content with their venture and looked j forward to the day when they could p reasonably expect to hear tidings otII 1 the expeditions success Their contl I clence resisted for a time attacks made IcC by Duchesneau through the crafty I t Jacques Le Ber and other agents of aaInst the enterprise But little by little as no news came and the efforts of the indefatigable intendant wereI unremitting their assurance was weakened La Salles personality had he been there would have been suffi U 4 cleat to bold their allegiance andI rVontcnac himself could doubtless baoI1 s allayed their uneasiness Affairs of t state however bad compelled him to devote all his time to their discntan glement 1111 relations with DuchesI neau became more and more strained f Sr fthecouncil showed itself more unrulyI I failure in their crops had made the f neighboring farmers dissatisfied their r demands for government assistance became more clamorous while the expected aid from the king had been de layed and was destined to prove to ITlittlebetter than an empty promise rThul the first vague fears for the 4ti success of the expedition had become machinaVa se lion and unrest and when a messen ee ger finally arrived with a tale of La Salles misfortunes and difficulties the i anger of the discontents became open Hence the seizure of all of the avail- ablei property of La Salle at this June ture Frontenac did hIS utmost to placate these men and it was only the St expected arrival September of the Yellowing that in which Tonti fandhis comrades bad set out from Quebec of the kings ship that kept Sq them from taking further active meas urea for securing legal redress for7 their losses The possibility of an ft z teratlon in the plans of the Wig for his colonies of material J from the rpral treasury of a change In pffi ciafs all caused a suspension of has Ullties on the part of the warringpar t ties and individuals Once more did the cliffs and shore reecho to the roar of cannon as this i long expected messenger from behind t the horizons urn folded Its sails and anchored peacefully in the basin before the town Again were letters t t r read from king and minister exhort e ing loyal subjects to maintain amica ble relations amongst themselves and to exercise1 all due economy in the ad I ministration of affairs again did the 7 suitors swarm to the marriage market and carry away the new consignment 4 of klngsglrlSnman7 ways the ships arrival had proved a disappoint 1 rnent The amount of money sent had 1 been wofullyfhort of the sum asked fork qt the 2MJ soldiers he had Im plored the king to dispatch for the proper garrisoning of the various ports and the oeraw1ng of the sav Iageswho had given increasing signs I of unfriendliness to the French Kron tCRXC had received but Ci was while reviewing mentally the general situation that the governor sat at his desk the Corning after the 1L shIps arrival In thgreat yearn at the Chat auwhrehe first dined with La 4i oft441iClt knowledge of tho impending difficulties ahead Ifad nfdelerred him from a z good nights sleep Nothing seemed t- to daunt the nerve of steel and heart of oak that them possessed Dan ger and difficulties only made him I strive the hariSer The heat of battle k had been his lot all his life whether In Louis Dutch and Italian wars or j in a campaign against the Turk It waS then with a feeling of renewed enrgyandeagerness for the fray that he surveyed tjie situation 1 will govern hillfeof tli mbe ex claimed as he struck the desk be4 Y strewn wltlj papers before him a vig oroue blow with his fist Them comprehended alt who rendered his 3 task difficult from the procrastinating l MlS king amd hlf minister across the seas i to the painted saVage lurking in the forests of the New World TbuswltltatreSh vigor aaa eter s1 to face most belllgerent 7j enemy bOldly lie ordered a servant i jI to admit any seeking audience with him Imagine his surprise when he Y beheld before him not the ititendant Sibringing to his attention some fresh point of dispute or the cringing form 4 and whining voice ot Jacques Le Bet H as be offered a new complaint from the trading coI2mtiniy but rather tire face pale and teeyere of Madafae Bourdon who had again been placed in charge of the feminine portion of the ships cargo She was accompa nlt tbyavelle4glrUshfigure clad in the pftiiiwat garb who retired1to i oHe8le tkerOOm upon entering l 11vJgJ4et toflductrces to approach zi governor alone s Frontiiacon teeing adame Bout i1edl telyaro and welcomed r jt tix a411 from her bantsf1 trF j f I or r Ii f j JfJ L t i1j r1 Ii JTt letter which he opened forthwith and proceeded to read after glancing at the signature A look of surprise and pleasure passed over his features as he recognized the handwriting and name of his wife Anne de la GrangeTrianon Com tcsse do Frontenac had In her six tee nth year become enamored of the dashing famous young soldier who had succeeded In reaching the rank of Marechal de Camp by the time he was Though the match was opposed y her father because of her suitors ack of large means she was wedded him one fine day at the little churchs f Saint Pierre aux Boeufs which had the privilege of uniting couples with ut consent of their parents A ear of happiness followed then love led at least on her part She foun1 him wayward and headstrong lie- ound her possessed of an Imperious temper and a restless craving for ex e citcment They separated maintain- Ing for each other a profound respect fB although on his part It was really a tenderer feeling She was always proud of his success hut when he left for the New World she preferred to re ain behind Her influence at court was sufficient to be of Inestimable service to her absent husband on more one occasion For a time the ot mademoiselle she finally retired to the arsenal the former resi dence of Sully with Mile dOutrelalse distant cousin of Renee the two branches of the family were on un friendly terms whom she made her lIfelong companion There styled by their admirers Les Divines they set up a court for themselves by tIre aid their beauty and abundant wit which attracted many and gave the tone to the best company In Paris The letter read as follows To Louts de Buadr Comto do Palluau Frontenac I commend to your Protection and cnro tho young girl who bears this to you She Is Ileneo dOutrelalse L a relative of my beloved friend und pro esc ot mademoiselle who had kept her In eccluslon with her for two yearshNews of her beauty being noised one whom you know resolved to ace 11rtrofate that befell Stile do la Valllcro andhothers mademoiselle has found m sending her out oC the country as the a lhopingwrit as humor the chlldH desire to turn cmporarlly a rellglcuso she has asked It me to Intercede with you In her behalfn 1willmemory and can then return In safety I rely upon your discretion and power to 0otname be known All la well for you hereg Ills majesty despite your enemies has a confidence In you My respects to you and all good wishes for your success and prosperity ANNE DE FRONTENAC No words of love were there yet thewgovernors eyes lingered with pleasurep oil the signature She still use his name lie glanced at Makdamp Bourdon as If for further ex planationwwas myDkeeping before sailing with strict ors 1Jcaredageshe le 11wellwill leave her future disposition tosyour excellency And with a bowe DFrontenacthe window near which the strongerf stood and approaching her said kindplyf Come ma chere It seems mya 11shallthat we may talk matters over And taking her hand he led her with genTtie courtesy to a chair and own near sat down The IJthankeding back her veil revealed her features for the first time to bercompaniont Mon Dleu hei freshness of her rich beauty becamef apparentuIcD2 well alarm of mpiznoisel1ehAn r 1careda by the fatherly tone and interest he displayed to reassure her of his kindhly thought and wish He helpless state and saw that she was unhappy and as he talked he revolvedt in his own mind several plans lr future care Then as the subject per plexed him somewhat he arose andtpaced thoughtfully up and down 1herwas necessary therefore to find soma family in which to place her thatswould be congenial and tend to dissirpate her melancholy Glancing a window in his perplexity he saw thot figure of a woman passing the square In front of the Chateau The very person he exclaimed and calling to Ida servant he bade him run and in form Madame BIzard that her wished to speak with her An arrangement was soon madetIng thrpwn into such intimacy withfthe daughter of a gentleman planation was given of Jleneefl presrence In Quebec that she was a of the governor was sufficient ThefErl herself was giadto refuge of a new feminine frl ndLtcutf Bizard was quartered In a house near the Chateau convenient for Renee to jdlaJitached to her She was to him the closest link to that world of fashion and gayety from which his official po sition exiled him It seemed a com fort to her also to talk with him oftmademoiselle her family childlife in Poltou Evea his converI sation which touched mainly on persons whose names she had merely heard was pleasant to her ears Shrinking from the admiring glances of those she met she went out but lit tie save for a stroll with Madame BI zard at dusk or a brisk morning walk alone before the sleepy city was awakeI Thrown thus upon her own resources in a great measure she passed most of her time Indoors playing on herI lute embroidering an altar clolh or reading and rereading the scanty store of books Frontenac lent her Madame Blrard often sat and talked rei ailing to her all the gossip and evotis of the town She dared not speak ill pf the Comte but her predi lection for Duchesneau and his parti tans led her to vent her feelings in acrimonious aspersions on all who were allied with the governor Best pf all Renee liked to question her friend about the strange vast land she had come to its history and its peo pie the tales of adventures in its wilds the rugged life of Its pioneers the martyrdoms of its missionaries And as she listened her heart glowed within her and she wished that she too were a man and might set forth to hew a way through the great unknown that civilization might follow or yet again the hazy halfformed pl suggested itself to her mind that even a womans weak bands through her gentle ministration In hours ol pathttruths of her religion F t 1lii ji I Madame Bizatd IItd eoveral Itaici touched upon La Sullas exploring ex pedltlons but had spoken of no memo ber of it other than its leader Hint she denounced as a thief a liar nn1 swindler Renee listener cargerly not daring to question her companion closely fearing lest the sound of febeating of her heart would be over heard and bent her face low over her work or turned away her head that the glow on her cheek might not disclose the fact that her interest in the subject was other than that of a stranger Finally one lay she essayed to malo inquiry as to the personnel ot the party Madame Dizard whose fund f local gossip was low at the mo ment quickly branched off into a full description of the chief members of the enterprise There was one young man ma chere she said who deserves to beaten bytho savages Ills name la I DKKAJUS OF hOME enri do Tonti and he occupies a po sition next to that of the leader Hall e remained in Quebec I should have It ta duty to warn you of im for a mara dangerous person for young girl to meet I cannot Imagine ie behaved scandalously here coquet ing with alt the women of the place is a pity they say he has a wife nd child ho abandoned In Paris We- omen are so weak that it would be small wonder if some of us were to believe the honeyed words spoken by ne who I will admit is so handsome allant and possessed of so winning manner Rene pale and agitated made her needle fly faster as her companion rat on She dreaded what the woman ould say next yet longed for her to roceedlie will ncvjer come back hero now continued Madame BIzard for ought to know that my husband ould shoot him down tho Instant he- rrived Yes sine went on as she aw hence give a start he even tried is wiles on me tho miscreant Of course one cannot blame a man for- esiring to be friendly and for seek the acquaintance of a woman of y position who although I repeat myself Is said to be at least pas goodlooking He should how ver have paid attention to the ordi ary proprieties of civilized people nd should not have so outraged my- eelings of wifely honor and womanly ride by actually making love to me nd the night before his departure urg ug me to flee with him to the wilder sAn exclamation from Renee inter her and sIne saw that the girl had pricked her flnper with her needlo nd stained tho fabric she was working a drop of blood There Is a man the woman con inu d much to Renees relief who as all of his virtues and none of his who came on the same ship Itli you I wonder you did not sw im Mo Is called Me Comic and Is staying with Una intendant I have met im several tunes when at the palace nd hare seen him In the distance hile walking I want you to meet im M le Gouverueur will not object to your receiving a friend of tire intendant I have in fact invited him o call and mon DIeu she cried with a blush of pleasure asue glanced ut of the window here he is coming house this moment Renee looked in the direction pointed out te er and saw the figure of a young man approaching He lifted up his face toward the window the sunlight mote it Renee uttering a cry of ter or fell back Inw swoon She hart ecognized the Comte de Miron CHAPTER XVI RELATES THE EVENTS THnOOOH WHICH A BIRD IN THE HAND BE CAMF TWO IN THE BUSH Week after week followed with reatrt of home of green fields and rees and brooks interspersed with- limpses of sad patient sympathetic aces of nuns and the rustling of their oly garments which seemed like the of angels wings and Rene to a realization that the ormer were but dreams and the rest iU assurance that the latter were al ways near to comfort and protect her Some spoke of ship fever contracted the voyage during which two memo o tire crew had died notwith standing the fact that she had been ashore a full month before tailing HL Others shook their heads and whis pered something about a strange dig lately found among the Indians hat seized upon the mind as well as the body All agreed that it would need every effort to strengthen the weakened frame and renew the brain tbil seemed to rally most tardily In reality It was the double blow of the news of her lovers unfaithfulness and the sight of the man she feared and whom she believed to be dead coming it did after the fatigue of her long voyage and close confinement of her stuffy cabin that proved too great a shock to the nervous system of the young girl To J3e Continued Heroically Full Two men had dined together and after dinner had sat too long ovel their coffqe their liquor their brandy and soon When it came time for them to go home they were in a very bad way Helpless in tact They leaned on one another going with linked arms but each as a reed to lean on was rotten Finally they fell and with a loud splash they rolled into a full gutter A police officer appeared and grabbed the upper man by the col laruNo no Save my friend Never Jraind me I can swlmSan Antonio Express Concentrated Goodnr Curious about old Grumps He never turns an applicant for charity away but he shuts him off as soon as he begins to talk hands him a coin and tells him to go Yes he se msto be full of the condensed milk of human kindness r Cbrcaso Tribune j 4zt J 1 r ii f On the Way to Bethel OUR BIBLE STORY by the I I llltfhway and Byway PreacherIVision Between the Lines Inspired Word I Copyright br1I EdonIScripture Authority AndOod said unto Jual Arise BO up to Bethel and dwelt there and make there an altar unto God that appeared unto thee when thou fleddcst from the taco of Esau thy brother Then Jacob said unto Iris household and to all that were with him Put away the strange gods that are among you and be clean and change your garments and let us arise and go 111110 Bethel and I will make thero an altar unto God who answered me In the day of my distress and was with main the way which I went And they gave unto Jacob all time strange gods which were In their hand an I alt their earrings which wero In their ears and Jacob hid them under the oak which was by CtKrM And they Journeyed and the terror of God was upon the titles that were round about them and they dill not pursue after theIsons of TacobOcn 3515 HERE was consternation in the household of JaIcob One of sheep herders had come hurrying InI that morning jreported to theisons that a body of CanaanI ites had lurkh ing about in the vi clnity and Judg ing by their darkI looks and theI fact that theyI were fully armed there was reason to expect trouble It was now a week slnca tho massacre of the men of Shechem and the spoiling of the city and the awful passions of hatred and revenge which had stirred Simeon and Levi and their brothers and made them like madmen had subsided and withI the reaction had come forebodings of trouble The boldness of unreasoning rage and passion had been succeeded by the weakness and fear of an ac cusing consciousness of guilt and crime and now the alarming news of that morning had created a panicky desire to flee In this spirit they sought out their father and appealed to him lp strike their tents and steal away as quickly and quietly as possible Vo may bo attacked this very night Simeon exclaimed apprehen sively Let us flee at once Today But whither Jacob asked Though uneasy over the disquieting reports he maintained his selfcontrol and was disposed to move with cau tionWhither queried Reuben the old est son lu surprise Where can we go but back towards the land of our mothers father If we go forward or flee on either hand we but plunge our selves more surely Into the power of our enemies To this speech there was ready and emphatic assent by the rest of the sons and they waited for their father to speak It was plain to see that a conflict was going on within his heart He sat with bowed lead but his lips moved as though in prayer At last he looked up anil speaking slowly but with emphasis he said We cannot go hack my sons And then noting the dark looks ipf disapproval and disappointment on tire faces before him be added In obedience to Gods word we have come Into Canaan He him promised us the land We may not depart except at His word He fa able to de liver us from the present peril But we cannot stay here while our enemies are gathering to destroy us Simeon cried Impatiently Ho had been largely responsible for the atta J upon the city of Shucbcm and he xw realized that as time leader of the movement he must do his best 3 find a way of escape All my sons sobbed Jacob overcome by the thought of his own fail ares mine Is the slu that wi have tarried so long III this place Had we but continued on to Bethel in stead of pitching our tents before this city all that has befallen us here would have been avoided He was silent for a few moments and then continued more cheerfully But If we have sinned in thus lin gering along the pathway God would have us travel let us not commit the greater sin of rushing headlong whither He doe3 not lead Let us await Gods word In the present ex tremity And as he finished speaking be arose and left them It was evident his words had had some effect for the brothers lingered In a dispirited man nero no one seeming bold enough to take the lead and counsel a move con trary to their fathers will though it was very apparent that they were on tirely out of sympathy with his at titude But there seemed nothing for them to do but to wait and sullenly and silently they one after another de parted v That night the flocks and the herds were all driven In and the camp made as secure as possible The flashing signals from tho surrounding hills did not tend to quiet the fears of the people for that they guided and directed the gathering of the Canaanites they felt sure The presence of the women and children ot tne men slain and the rich booty they had seized were con stant reminders of tho danger that threatened them now and they found the hours of the night filled with anx iety and dread The sense of the haste and wickedness of their bloody deeds grew upon them as they kept vigil not knowing what minute the enemy might burst In upon them And the unexplained absence of Jacob did not tend to lessen their ap prehension They had searched for him all throush the camp but had found him not and no one seemed to be able to tell why he was mls onehadfore and then he was going in the direction of the place where he had erected the altar to his God That he hJ been tnere was evident from the report of the servant who had been sent thsre late In the evening aud found tht fire still burning on the altar and the last remnants of the sacrlflcs being consumed but search In the vicinity had taled to discover the That time heart of a coldblooded ani mal after the death of tho animal may ho contracted by electricity or other irritant is a fact which Is well known to lime ordinary person But that it Is possible to take time human heart tint of tho body and keep it III activity for hours Is a fact which has just been demonstrated by Dr DencUe of Hamburg What probably will be the costliest monument erected to the death In re cent limes will be placed above the grave of Mrs Margarita Alvarado the f + 1 i I r IIrmissing man Had he been captured- or killed by the lurking CanaanltesT the sons asked themselves end deep remorse filled their hearts at the thought That was a night which brought them face to face with their inmost selves and when as the light was breaking In the east their father returned to tho camp they eagerly welcomed him ready to listen to what he might have to say and willing to follow his advice In answer to their inquiries as to where he had been ho explained that after he had offered sacrifice on the altar he had gone to the towering terebinth tree which overlooked the site of Shechem that he might more fully view the surrounding country arid contemplate their future course And while there the Lord met me lIPtoDethelthere an altar unto God that appeared unto thee when thou Reddest from the face of Esau thy brother Let us go at price then exclaimed the brothers to whom any mfive now seemed better than staying Inthat placeNay but we cannot so until we have prepared ourselves to meet our God Jacob declared solemnly The place to which we have been told to is BethEl the house of OadIt Is place where God met me nearly 30 C3rs ago when I fled from home its where God gave me Ills promises blessing And He hath kept me and blessed me and returned me to this and but before we go up to Bethel we must needs purge ourselves We must put away the strange gods that among us and put off from us the garments which were seized with the spoilof Shechem The sons moved uneasily and looked guiltily down upon their tine raiment They remembered how zealously and with superstitious awe they had gath ered the Idols of the people of Shechem and had set them up in their tents Their prolonged stay near Shechem and their presence rt many of tire heathen feasts had familiarized them with tire worship of these idols and they had thought to preserve themand worship thmn They had seen In Rachels tent the gods which she had brought with her from Syria and anx IQUS for Images in their own tents they had eagerly possessed themselves of those which they found In Shechem flirt Jacobs wordshis positive com mandthat they must be cast aside aroused them Bring them all here to me he concluded Both the Images and the garments and the ornaments which are tire symbols of thy Idolatry The command of Jacob created no small stir among the people of his household and among the servants but there were none who dared to dis obey and one after another they came bearing the Idols big and little the garments and the earrings and ama ments Even the women and children of the Shechemites caught the spirit of tho movement and brought the images and ornaments which they had concealed about them The heap grew until it stood level with Jacobs head and the people all stood about observing him and wondering what he would do Mounting the pile and stamping the Idols under his heel he criedTbesegolls are no gods at all for there is but one God time God of Heaven the God ot Abraham and of Isaac and of Jacob See that yo utter ly put these things away from you and turn to the true God for it is only as you seek and follow Him that He will be near you to deliver you Rachel standing with the rest heard the words She remembered the images of her tether which still rested within her tent Duringall tbrfse years she had kept her secret from Jacob not daring to let him know that she had been guilty of taking them But must she could she give them up1 As she stood there the con yictlon was strong upon her that the welfare of all depended on the action she took She hail kept tim hid from Job but could she keep them hid from God But how could she bring bknowwould he think of her Is there one who Is withholding aught of that which Is displeasing to God she heard Jacob say She felt that the words were meant for her She dare not look up but she was certain his eyes were search ing her out end would learn her se cret With a nervous frightened cry she fled to her tent and soon appeared with the images In her hands and while the eyes of all were fastened upon her site brought them and threw them uponthe Vile Then her confu sion and shame overcame her and she fell in a helpless heap to the ground Jacob was first at her side and as he bent over her ho whispered My love even the1 gods of Laban could not save us Come leUus bury these abominations at the foot of the sacred tree of the Shechemites where God appeared unto mo last night and lifting her to her feet he led liar towards the distant spot first placing in her bands the images she had just brought and he himself seizing oth ers And tire sons and the women and the children and all the rest inspired by their example also filled their bands from the pile until not an image or ornament or garment was left Thijs Jadep tho long procession led by Tap cob and Rachel wended its way towards the terebinth tree where with solemn ceremony and fresh pledges to tie God of Abraham and of Isaac and of Jacob they cast them Into the pit which eager hands soon dug and the amazed Canaanltes be holding the strange proceedings from afar became paniqstrl k n with su perstitious fears and fled to their vari ous cities spreading the report that tho God of Jacob had seized and destroyed all the othersods of the land and that any who molested Jacob or his people would fall umlcr the flea vourlng wrath of the great God AndI eo It came to pass as they journeyed that the terror otGodwas upon the cities that were round about them and they did not pursue after the sons of Jacob A Step Downward An Italian paper commenting on the fact that barmaids have been Introduced Into several hotels in Rome says that thoinnovation is tbeVidvance agent of the Prince of Darkness lato wife of Pedro Alvarado the peon mining king of Mexico The monument will be of Italian marble and sol Id sliver Two tons of silver from Al varados famous Palmllla mine in the Parril district will be used A steel frame will be built around tho grave to guard against the theft of sliver from the monument Tho output of Alvarados Palmllla mine is now 100 000 a week This is the heaviest prod ctlon In the history of the property Cape Colony South Africa has a law forbidding the sale of cigarettes to children under 16 years of age i sT t l t J j r J r h MCUROYS SALARY Last Year President ofthe Mutual Life Received 150000 Vice Presldentand Treasurer 50000 Each Second Vl a President 17 Third 1065bnd Gen eral Manager 25OO New York Oct 7In Fridays test rnony before the special legislative committee Investigating the methods of insurance companies time sensation ah development was when Mr Hughes demanded the payroll of the execn tivo officers of the Mutual Life Insurance Co This was produced and showed the salaries of these officers since 1877 For the year 1904 President Mo Curdy received 150000 two vice presidents were paid 50000 each a second vice president 17500 the third vice president 10o and the general manager 25000 who this year will receive 30000 and the treasurer 50O00 Robert McCurdy genera manager of the company said he never knew the salary of his fatherhjntil Friday when he heard it read in th conmilt tceroom He thought however that there should be no limit to the salary of such positions becauso they should be In accordance with the accumula tions of the company When asked if it was any benefit ttt tho policy holder to increase the presidents salary Mr McCurdy said he thought the trustees had considered that when they Increased the presidents salary No increase however had ever been considered when he wad present at tIre trustees meeting Charles A Prelicr auditor of tho Mutual Life Insurance Co was a witness In the afternoon session He was asked to produce the book showing the expenditure ot 1134633 last year for advertising printing stationery and postage The Item In the com panys manual report of 314254 for legal expenses witness said was for tho payment of legal expenses and was paid to the general solicitor THE CANAL MANAGEMENT It Will Remain Under the Control of the Secretary of War Washington Oct 7The management of the Isthmian canal affairs will remain under Secretary Tart who will go to Panama ImNovembcr to investi gate the situation there and thor oughly inform himself of the conditions in the canal zone The decision to keep tho control of the canal in tho war department instead of transferring it to the state department was definitely reached In discussion that followed the cabinet meeting Now that the work fa to proceed under his direction Secretary Taft will proceed to Panama go over the situation in detail and return to Washington about the time congress convenes Early next week the secretary will take up the subject of finances and de cldeas to what recommendations should be made to congress respect- Ing the Issuo of bonds which have been provided for by congress See retary TaIL will give feature of the canal ai1 administration his careful personal attention DEATH IN A QUARRY Ten Men Instantly Killed at Granville N Y py Bank Caving in Granville N Y Oct iTen men met Instant death at the quarry of the Vermont Slate Co here when about 100 feet ot the west bank crashed down without warning burying the victims under hundreds of tons of slate and loose earth Five bodies were recovered hut it Is doubtful whether tho others can be reached before next week The dead with the exception of John G Williams president and treasurer of the company are all Hun garians It IS stated that the chief Interest In the1 quarry is owned by Zanesviilo 0 people The Weeks Business Failures New YorkOctA Business failures for thevweck ending October 5 number 189 against 185 last week 195 In the like week of 1904 197 in 1903 and 17Q in 1902 In Canada failures for the week number 25 as against 28 last week Charles E Hughes For Mayor New York Oct 7The following ticket has been nominated by the republican convention Mayor Charles E Hughes controller Richard Young of Brooklyn president of the board of aldermen Jamea L Wells of the Bronx Echoes of the Manila Oct JGovernment reports show that in the recent storm at least 200 natives and 25 Americans and foreigners were killed It is impossible to Identify many of the latter Hemp crop development has been retarded one year The loss ia incalculable Many Slain By Yaqul Indians El Paso Tex Oct 7Yaqul In dians of Sonora Mex are reportol on the war path again and during the last week 50 murders have been com mitted by them The victims have been miners and settlers In detached cabins Convention of PhotoEngravers Buffalo Oct 7he convention ot phptoengravera declared for a closed shpp for tho estabUstimcnt of an in ternational defense fund and author ized the president id appoint an organ zlre whenever he sees fit Internal Revenue Collections Washington Oct 7TInt monthly statement Issued by the commissioner of Internal revenue shows that the to tal collections of Internal revenue for the month of August 1903 were 19 935072 which Is an Increase as com pared witlr August 1904 of 802780 Washingtons Filtration Plant Washington Oct 7 Washington Is now drinking its water filtered Twen tytwo Of the 29 filter beds are com pleted and have been placed in opera tion Each Is running dally to Its full capacity of 3000000 gallons Killed the Baby and Herself PittsDurg Qct 7 Fearing she would be sent back to the old coun try and not wantlngto die and leave her slxonthsold baby behind Mrs Catherine Leyslck killed the babybr cutting its throat and committed suicide A Postal Official Expires Washington Oct 7R n Merchant 68 disbursing officer of the post ofTica department and superintendent of the post offlce building for the past 11 years died here from asthma and heart complaint t ji 1 rv Mothers Are Helped THEIR HEALTH RESTORED Happiness ef Thomnds ef Hoee DM te Lydia E Ftakkaas Vegetable CM pound and Mrs Piitta Mvtot A devoted mother seems to listen to every call of duty excepting the su premo one that tells her to guard her healthand before she realizes It seine derangement of the female organs has manifested itself and nervousness and irritability take thc place of happi ness and amiability il iAanTired nervous and irritable the mother is unfit to care for her chit dren and hercondition ruins the childs disposition and reacta upon herself The mother should not be blamed as she no doubt is suffering with back palnsordisplacement Lydia E 1inkhams Vegetable Compound Is the unfailing cure for this condition It strengthens the female organs and permanently cures all displacements and irregularities Such testimonyas the following should women of value Dear Mrs Pinkham LydIaEPinkhavisVegetable for eight years with ovarian troubles I was nervous tired and ir ritable and it did not seem ns though I could stand it any longer as I had five children to care for E Plnkbaras Vegetable Compound was recommended and it has entirely cured me I cannot thank you enough LydillEfor meMrs Ph Hoffman 100 Hlmrod Street Brooklyn N Y Mrs Pinkham advises sick women free Address Lynn Mass FLINGS AT THE PAIR You can nearly always convince a woman if you try not to A discussion must be carried pretty far to move a woman A woman usually tries to endear her self by making herself as costly as possibleFew consider It worth while to be Jealous of theirwives after they have been married ten years A woman who has married for love Is generally willing to have her daughter marry for all the modern comforts Unless a man wants to know from whom every letter a woman gets is It is hard for her to feel sure he loves her A woman may never learn anything In a cooking school but silo can turn up her nose at the ones who hajftnt been Th Mantle of Greatness It was In one of the western towns of our state a few weeks ago said the Chicago drummer and I observed that a crowd of admirers was follow lag a young man from place to place and making a hero of him and I nat urally Inquired of a citizen Who and what is that young man Youdont know he exclaimed as he turned on me No Is he a prizefighter who has won a championship Sir your Ignorance ia pitiful That Is Tom Jones And who the devil is Tom Jones Sir and tho citizen drew himself up and swelled out his chest Tom Jones is the man who thinks of going over Niagara Falls next summer In a feather bed- dvancing the Farmers Interests Traveling agents and salesmen are now tent front the home offices of the Chicago packers into all South Amer lean and Asiatic countries They are going into every land no matter what language may be spoken or what money be used They will exchange their goods for cowries or elephant tusks anything to sell the product and get something In return converti ble into money It may seem odd to some folks but traveling men carry tag cases with samples of American meat products can be seen in the des ert ot Sahara the sands of Zanzibar or in Brazil where the nuts come from Great is the enterprise of the Yankee smerchant The greater the market the greater the price and eta bility of the price of the product and all that goes to make it In its various stages Reasonable He that will Weep a monkey should pay for the glasses he breaks Selden jttIJ wIAtegebNePreparaUonforAs liiheStoaatteardBcnwlsoT VMS Hli DKIN Promotes DigcaliortChecrfur ness neither ChuimMorplune norrfineraL NOT NARCOTIC J4ipasrec47aim I fordinsiipaHon Worms Convulsioiis Feverisli ness mil Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER cI I d 4 I- a3sHoEst L- w L Douglas 400 Cut Edge LinezCannot be equalled at anypric 4WLOOUGL4SMAWAIIPE1I4 In flM IIEWAfiOtsnynswhacnri IvIuvu jrI W L Douglas I3SO shoes hrnv by tktr sa ceBeat tyl my fitting and mperiorwewtaf fr qnalHlM achieved the largest qr she la the world They are tart M good M ithou that cost you 8800 to 700tb oaly j Hltertnts to tha price It I could taki you tato j factory at Brocklon Mu thiargest ie the world under one roof making eni fisihoc nd show you the care with which every pair ol Douglaa hoc Is would rcaHz why W L Douia 350 sloes Sr ibs best SiSiishoe made la mr factory and tkoMot other makes you would undantaad why Doaxfu L 350 shoe cut more to make why they hold p I their shape ftt better wear longer and are of pvatar Intrinsic value tbao aey other 9388 shoe on the market today rw i fla SVp Ma Saaa fFN 9250 9280 ukI 4 Daaa25O291751CAUTION InUt baring WLDong r Is ihoes no intwlltnte Nona genuine without nil name and price ctauped on bottomS WANTED Athoe dealer In veiytownvbar W L Douglas fumes are not Full line of samples Mot tree for Inspection upon requests fast Color Eyiltti used they witS not atartrattf Writs for ninttrated Catalog of FaUBtylM b 1VXnOUGLAS Brockton HIM ANTISEPTIC FOR WOMEN tnmUed with lBs peculiar taItheir sex ttsed as a dooco am i sac eetsfBl ThorancUrcIeajueskiIlsatieaMeerm ftops dlscbarce teals inflammation ad + soreness cares leaeonnee mi naial catanh- Futine il In powder form to be diuolred fa port water and is for more cleansing healing ecnaicidal and economical than liquid antlieptici lor all TOILET AND WOMENS SPECIAL USES i For ateatdragglitj teatS a box F e i Thai Doi ayj4 Book of Instructions Free TMC L PASTeS COMPANY IQSTON MMtte i Cold Storage Romance r He Had an odd experience the other day One morning break fast boiled egg had an inscription on ft It said The finder may write to me signed Mary Smith 1j She What reply did you get The postmaster replied He saidIthat Miss Smith died of old age soy L eral years ago Louisville Courier Journal t A New Alphabet Mother who is teaching her child the alphabetNow deane what comes r after gT J The Child Whizz Judge AWFUL NEURALGIA Mr PorterThought He Should Go Mad But Dr Williams Pink Pills Cured Him It seems like a miracle that Dr Williams Pink Pills should have cured my neuralgia said Mr Porter They i are certainly a marvelous medicine awl 5 I am always glad to recommend them Fortwo years ha continued Ilwd snfferedalmostuueildnrable pains iu my head They would start over my eyes and shoot upward mostfrequently but they often spread over uiy face and at v times every part of my head and face fwould be agony Sometimes the pains were so intense that Iaotnaily feared they would drive My eyes ached constantly and there was alwaysa burning sensation over iny forehead but the other paius varied sometimes they were acute arid again they were dull and lingering I could not sleep My temper was irritable aud I got no pleasure out of life I tried remedy after remedy hut finding 110 help iu any of I be came a despairing man Even when I began to take Dr Williams Pink Pills I had no great hope of a cure r That was iu December of 1003 Tdtbmy surprise a change in uiy condition took place right away The pains grew teas intense and the acute attacks were further apart asIkeptou using Dr Wil liams Pink Pills The improvement be P gnu with the first box ana when I had used six boxes I stopped 3y cure was complete and has lasted ever since Mr Charles IL lives ftt mond N H Ilolsoneofmanygratefnl people who have found thatDr Williftqtf Piuk Pills will cure diseases of the netres that have stubbornly resisted other remedy tried Not only neuralgia but sciatica partial paralysis and locomotor ataxia yield to them They are sold by all druggists or may he obtained directly from tire Dr Williams Medicine Go Schenectady N Y PEon se s55CIyfl Wan or en 515dsndtorwldowLHav recorde ot most lojal toldlen1 lerrlc and ate ol Ohio men si year practice Lawsand aarlce i w Bccosutx a sass its wma cucmui CASTORIA Poi Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature D01 Use For Ovett Thirty Years4 CASTORIA TNt CCKTMR o5M t1 2a e i r a s T1 Jacobs Oil i for many many years has cured and continues to euro RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA t LUMBAGO BACKACHE SCIATICA I a 1ROSTBITES- I Price 25c and 5Oc t sr LTULL Loss and Gain 44Q1 your husband find that golf im hi health i Yet It improved hU health Hut un lube learns to better it will spoil hU 1dhpo8itiouWahIngtonStart YOU HAVE NO RIGHT StTo Suffer from Constipation Bowel 55andStomach Trouble Q What is the beginning of sickness ConaUpatwnd 4Hon e offUIloiliSi I id imiltB flU death under the name of sonic therd ease Note the deaths froia ty lhoid fever and appendicitis stomach au1- q ia timeQWbat fflntuccsive brain work Mental emotion and improper diet neglectedCculitiplltion ufferingthantism colds fevers stomach bowel kid ney lung and heart troubles disease tbat starts all othersIn Idigestion dyspepsia diarrhea loss of 0 sleep andstrength are its Iy tomsI ilcsnppendicitis and fistula are caused Constipation its consequences are fewSsuf it is ttoo late Women become confirmed in 4 valids as a lSult of Constipation 110Q thisA doctor- 4 assk ou is ore you constipated That 4 is the Secret f QCanitbecuredSA Yes with proper treatment The common error is to resort to physics such I as pills salts mineral water castor oil in- Jectionsr etc eel one ot which is in jurious They weaken and increase the maladj Lnowthis by your own ex ptricntc Q What then should be done to cure it A Get a bottle of Mulls Grape Tonic beiS positiwlfa in cpacc other remedy has bn known to cure permanentlySis 4 A It is a Compound containing 10 per of the juice of Concord It excent erts a strengthening healing influence upon the intestines po that they can do their work unaided The process is grad ual but sure It is not a physic It is unlike anything else you have ever used ttsenterystoniVSvfrnitl grape flavor it is pleasant to take t Ai a tonic it is unequaled insuring tim SIetcntsainst diseases It strengthens and- bunds up waste tissue betA Your tltltewt sells it The dollar buttle contains nearly three times the 50 ccut sIze- Good for ailing children and nnrsiiig mothers A Free Bottle to all who hare- newer used it because we know it will cure youSf 124 FREE BOTTLE 10145 ISend this coqpon with your name and address nddrngglrts name for a free bottle of Mtilts Crape Tonic for Stomach and 5 1I f rJ1jija dRUG Toxic Co 147 Third Avet Rock Island Ill IandWrit Plainly a The JtOStotllecontalns nearly three times Lthe SOc size At 4rag stores Tlie flunc has a date and numbfr stamped ion label take no other from your druggist jtc 4LOUISIANA HOSPITALITY c Strangers Were Treated rust tbss t I Some as Members of the V Family 0 N A Irob of drummers were trading rare s be uhjectof hospitality relates LIp r iljftiY Magazine wnen one a little c with ahumorouseeandadelightfi1 urawl OO3Cufl his parable thus s I I wjjdpivn In Louisiana lait month trar elin iqss country with S J Carythe naYne being Stonewall Jackson Catservice when wekindergotloitinamightr j loacsome sort o jutt about dark We 4b rode along a right good piece after sundowr Id mid ne taw a light ahead 1 tdl yoa thtI outtoilielooked n us mighty hard and then said sVaI xeckon I kin stand it if ou kin Sj i 1 Tie unhitched went in and founoStwss oniT or 14 p S tworoom sbantv and JUt nrmln with Vcnildren lie hadsix four to Ii years olt l as didn t teem to be but one bee 4 i the an Stoney was wpitderin what in thun der b ll eor us I They gali nftupper good Log and horn J Htth had and then the old 7Toman ffilfteiwa youngest kids to bed They went to Then she tocU a IIJ thoie out laid tbttDOvertU the corner th eXt two tobedandso on Afterall fJ the children were asleep on the floor tile old folkS went in the other room and told u1 we couldeo to bed if we wanted to and a didWell when we okeupwewen1IDgonr in the rorcpr loilhthe rand tbe old man and theoll I woman bad tliebed I t e Borne professional charity workers da Lf not seem to believe in the assertion of 1 llulwer that when a man is down m the world an ounce of is worth a rtUaltimoreSunja COLD COLD fAZ i Good Je Says But Comfort c1 Setter c r Food that flitter than a gold ii Bine says a grateful man fr Before commenced to use Grape Nuts food no man on earth ever had a1 t r worse infliction from catarrh of the i 1 I yearsHi tbevery 1b lightest food and even that gave me t i great distress ilt Vent hrough the catalogue ol i prepared foods but f und them all ex cept eNtlt8more or less Indi 4 Cgetlble generating gas in the atom acli which In turn produced head i ache and various other pains and- i acbtXiind otherwise unavailable for fa food Ihave found easily i dgeswj aadajsalmilated and It hal renewed INYbeal and vigor and wade me a well man again The ca disappearedsenureiy vti attendant Ills lhanks toyar4ie futs which now is ray almost sjole Jo dI want no other same given by Postum Co IleKe Creek Mlcb iif jTeJi das trial tells the story Tberesa lf2 dr A s 1 1 iJIfftt Jb tI o 9 Pr 1 A f t STATE NEWS ITEMS I PYTHIAN KNIGHTSI T G Stuart of Winchester Elected Grand Chancellor IIonklnsvlllcrKy Oct 5 The sec ond days proceedings of the grand lodge of the Knights of Pythias began with the election of officers by acclamation as follows Supreme repre sentatives T B Matthews Peters burg and Jouett Henry Hopklnsvlllo grand chancellor rG Stuart Win chester grand vice chancellor M J Mclxaii Covlngton grand prelate B Young Louisville grand keeper of records and seals John W Carter Ow ensboro grand master tt exchequer Julo Plummer Newport grand master at arms O P Polard Jackson grand Inner guard C F Saunders Prank vlln grand outer guard AV J Ilissem Newport The representatives of the Grand Temple Rathbono Sisters elect ed the following officers Grand duet Ellen M Moffet Louisville grand sen ior Susie Andress Dayton grand jun ior Eva Herndon California grand manager Inez Tandy Sanders G M of It and C Mattlo R ales Louis yule G 31 of F Emma G Pearson Dayton grand protector Zora A BaBes Louisville M O guard MaUl da Webb Ludlow supreme represen tative four years Anna E Rayson Newport Hopkinsvllle Ky Oct GArter an exciting discussion that lasted until midnight the grand lodge Knlghtsof Pythias of Kentucky decided by a Oto of I 12 to 17 to dispose of tho RichardsonGibson property near Lox ington which had bceii purchased as a homo for the widows and orphans of deceased Knights The grand lodge then by a vote of 133 to 96 decided to sell the property and reinvest the funds TJic grand lodge decided to fix the minimum Initiation fee at 10 It has been 15 The next meeting will be held In Louisville W R FLETCHER MUST HANG He Was Convicted of Abusing Mary Glader a German Girl Russellville Ky Oct GThe jury In the ease of W R Fletcher a white man charged with abusing Mary Gla der a German girl returned a ver dict of guilty and fixed the punish ment at death Women pinned flowers to the jurors coats and made other demonstrations of delight Fletcher in 2 years old father of five children and three times a grandfather Ills three daughters were by his side when the verdict was read and wept bitterly but Fletcher while very pale did not shed a tear Guy Lyon charged with the same crime as Fletcher is now on trial The proof against Lyon is stronger than that against the other two consequently it Is safe to say he like Sacra and Fletcher will receive the death penalty EXTORTIONATE RATES Petition That Commonwealth Be Made a Party To Complaint Frankfort Ky Oct 7Attorneys William Lindsay and Bennett II Young representing the state of Ken tucky by employment by Gov flock ham filed with tho Kentucky railroad commission a petition that the corn monwealtli be mado a party to the general complaint of discrimination and extortionate rates preferred by numerous shippers throughout the state against all railroad companies operating lines therein and asking that from this time the complaint be allowed to bo prosecuted In the name of tho people Tho petition will lu heard and passed upon at ji meeting of the commission to be held here beginning October 12 next Inhales Flames May Die Covington Ky Oct7Irs Wil liam Rose 55 31FFoote Avenue Belle vue was fatally burned at the home her son Thomas Rose when gasoline exploded Mrs Vansant a neighbor heard her screams and smothered the flames Dr Robertson thinks Mrs Rose inhaled tho flames and her recovery is doubtful Man Found Dead in a Field Georgetown Ky Oct GA tall man weighlng about i5 pounds and 60 years old was found lying in a field near Elkborn river where the bridge crosses on tho Cincinnati pike Ho was covered with blood A pistol lay at Ills side with one cartridge exploded Kentucky Claims Are Allowed Washington Oct 6The war de partment has notified Capt C C Cal houn that the following Kentucky claims of 135 each have been allow ed for losses sustained unlawfully by confederates E A Henshey Battle town NIcholas HaddenMt Sterling J Pi Williams Winchester Delhi and Beldame Lexington Ky Oct7Delhl winner of 120000 and the grjiat mare Beldame arrived here Beldame will be retired to August Belinonts nur sery stud and Delhi will rest up for next seasons races at Jas R Keenes farm near here Walter Kahn Gets DarhageV Louisville IyOct 7Walter Kohn received 1145 in settlement of damages In his case agalnstthe Coney Island Amusement Co in the federal court at Cincinnati lib Was run down bythu steamer Island Queen Rounded Up By the Police Lexington Ky Oct GTho pollco department in charge of the grounds during the trotting meeting arrested nine men on suspicion and locked them up at headquarters on a charge of vagrancy until their identity can be established Fast Yearling Sold Lexington Ky Oct 5S L Weth erill representing Miss Kate L Wit kes Gait Ontario Can bought of ft- C Estlll the black yearling colt by eIDeath of Judge J D Tlpton lit Sterling Ky Oct James D Tipton Judge of the Mt Sterling police court died here aged 60 years He was for years city assessOr and a leading figure in democratic policies and was widely known over Central Kentucky Convicts Fight Frankfort Ky Oct 5Albert Hen dre and Cam Shepherd prisoners In the state penitentiary at Frankfort Jiad a bloody fight while locked lria cell The former is nrobably fatally injuredr uj a uaa J r FUNERALIThe Princess Theater Was Too Small To Hold the Crowd Middlcsboro Ky Oct 7As lliu re stilt of the assassination of Jack Do len on Wednesday evening the citi zens of Middlesboro and Uoll county are up In arms Tho funeral services wore lucid in the Princess theater The Intention was to hold them In the Baptist church but the rrowd demand ed a larger place Thre hundred or more members of the Odd Fellow and Junior Order of American Mechan ics of which orders Bolcn was a menu ber augmented by visiting lodge men attended In a body and the public schools were dismissed Over school children marched to the funeral In a body The spacious theater was inadequate to hold the crowd Owlngsville Ky Oct 7At Pine vlllc Boll county Frank Ball promi nent citizen was indicted for assas sination of Jack Bolen who was mur dered at Middlesboro Wednesday night while sitting In a barber chair Tim assassin fired through tho window Ball and Dlan had had trouble and Ball had drawn a revolver on Dolan Ball had been indicted for this two days before the assassination Excite ment is great in that section and troops may be asked for BANKERS OF ENTUCKY Elect Officers For the Ensuing Year and Perfect Organization Louisville Ky Oct GlIrlef speeches relating to the unparalleled prosperity of Kentucky were the fea turo of the sccoud and last day of the bankers convention in this city Os car Fenley president of the hank of Kentucky In Louisville was elected president Other officers elected were as follows Vice Presidents by Con gressional Districts First district C T Rice Fulton Second Ross Givens Providence Third M L Fugate Adalrvllle Fourth J ItL Knott Leba non Fifth Henry C Walbeck Louis ville Sixth W E Elllston Latonla Seventh George Alexander Paris Eighth R R Burnam Richmond Ninth J N Kehoe Maysville Tenth J S Head Jackson Eleventh John W Slier Williamsburg secretary Isham Bridges Louisville treasurer Henry D Ormsby Louisville execu tIe committee Samuel Cassiday Lou isville K L Leo Covlngton To 1L Does Murray Ky- Covington Pioneer Dies Covington Ky Oct 6Mrs Pauline Hauser 70 lied in StEllzabeth hospital of senility Mrs Hauser was one of the oldest residents of Coving ton and with her husband Abraham Hauser who survives her kept a stall in Covington market until a few years ago To Repair the Henry Clay Monument Lexington Ky Oct Lexington lodge of Masons No I of which lien ry Clay was once master has decided to call upon Masons throughout Ken tucky to unite In an appeal to the next legislature for an appropriation to re pair the headless monument to the statesman Old Officers ReElected Frankfort Ky Oct 5The annual meeting of the state historical society was held here Secretary of State Mc Chesney appeared on behalf of Gov Beckham president of the society and acted as chairman All oofficers were reelected Filed Suit For Damages Louisville Ky Oct 5 Young Reed who was arrested on the charges of bigamy and murder and who was dismissed in the police court filed suit for 50000 damages alleging ma licious prosecution His late wifes kinsmen are named as defendants Good Kentucky Report San Francisco Oct 5At Wednes days session of the Daughters of the Confederacy Mayor Schmitz was Introduced and turned over the keys of the city to the delegates Mrs Broadus presented the report of the Kentucky division which has 54 chapters Dan Gregory Gets a Parole Frankfort Ky Oct 7The state prison commission granted a parole to Dan Gregory colored an inmate of the prison here Gregory was sent up from Jessamine county in November 1904 to servo two years upon convIc- tion of breaking Into an outhouse Assassin Shoots Teacher HIckman Ky Oct GAfter ho had returned from church Emmet W Roach a prominent citizen and teach er of this county was shot from am bush Roach lived 30 minutes and gave the name of his assassin which has not yet been made public Ethels Pride To Be Retired Lexington Ky Oct 7John R Shepard of Boston owner of Ethels Pride winner of this years Transyl vania stake stated here that this would probably be the last season the noted daughter of Directum would race Are In the Lead Louisville Ky Oct 7The canvass of the registration returns have been completed and shows a total voto of 47614 Of this number 26873 are democrats 11323 republicans and 9 418 independents The Railway To Be Extended Barbourville Ky Oct GThe Cumberland Railroad Co which Is build ing a tenmile railroad into the Brush Creek coal fields Is now surveyIng for an additional 17mile extension to Jel llco Tenn and this line will be built at once Thoroughbred Horses Arrive Lexington Ky Oct Horse Trainer Bub May arrived here with Yankee Counsel and his entire string of thoroughbreds which have been racing in the east The strlwe will bo wintered here A Member of the Pharmacy Board Frankfort Ky Oct 5Gay Beck ham appointed Dr D A Yeisen of Pa- ducah a member cf tto state board of pharmacy of Kentucky The appoint ment was made upon recommendation of the State Pharmaceutical association Killed By a Wagon Covington Ky Oct 5Llttle Coleman McColter aged 5 of Oliver street died Wednesday morning from injur- Ies he sustained Tuesday by beingrun over by a brick wagon belonging to Benjamin Etler f p 1 A TERRIBLE TVrHOON Nearly 10000 People on Two Chinese Islands Drowned Islands Had Only Ben Inhabited For a Short Time as They Are of Re cent Formation and Not Much Above High Water Victoria B C Oct DThe steamer Tartar which arrived from the Orient brought the news from Shanghai that the loss of life at tho Island of tho mouth of the Ynngste river as the result of the typhoon at the beginning of September was tremendous Tho North China Dally News of Shanghai says To the cast of Tamagmlng two is lands one called Yawoshwa the other Shihiousha distant about 20 miles from Woosung have suffered much from the typhoon nearly all the in habitants having been swept away The Islands have only been inhabited bra short time comparatively speak lag as they are of recent formation and are not much above high watermark It is reported that nearly 10 000 people have been drowned on theso two Islands and the smaller Islands adjacent Tamagmlug Itself has not suffered much being well above tho high water mark San Francisco Oct 9The schoon er City of Papeete arriving from tho coast of Siberia brings a story of haying picked up the lead bodies of numerous Japanese on the Kamtchakan coast who had been killed by the Ran slons some months ago Capt Stenz land reports that the City of Papeeto which was engaged in cod fishing in the Okhotsk sea in August brought to the surface In one of her nets tho bodies of six Japanese who had been hUed evidently by the Russians A TRIPLE TRAGEDY Girl and Two Men Murdered and a Woman Badly Wounded MIddletown N Y Oct 9By the arrest Sunday of Alanson Graham on information furnished by Mrs Inger ick the authorities believed that tho mystery of the triple murder at the OIney farm near here on Friday will be cleared up Mrs Ingerick was found terribly wounded and unconscious Friday morn ing by searchers Ailed Ingerick 9 and Willis and Fred OIney were found dead in the woods All the pockets In their clothing had been turned inside out Marks In the underbrush show ed that the bodies had been dragged from tho wagon to the place where they were found Mrs Ingerick was formerly employ ed as a housekeeper by Graham and left there about two months ago to go to tho OIney brothers After being kept in custody all day and closely examined Graham Sunday night conclusively proved his Innocence and was discharged from cus todySCOLLISION ON A TRAIN Three Trainmen Were Killed and An other Badly Injured Mlllersburg Pa Oct 9Three men were killed one man was injured and a car load of race horses were either killed or so badly hurt that they had to be shot as the result of a collision at the junction of the Lykens Valley branch of the Pennsylvania railroad a quarter of a mile south of this place The collision was between the fast No 3 Erie mall train westbound and a caboose and box car containing a load of race horses The mail train was bound from Harrisburg to Erie It was preceded out of Harrisburg by a fast freight train which owing to a heavy fog lost some time The caboose and box car accidentally uncoil pled at the junction and the mall train overtook them After the collision tho wreckage took fire and the bodies of Berry and Hendershott were burned almost beyond recognition There were 200 passengers on the mall express but none was seriously hurt Wanted To See the President Washington Oct 9What promised to be a sensation with perhaps grave consequences to the president and Mrs Roosevelt was averted by the prompt action of the district police and tho secret service men Nadage Doree formerly an actress but lately doing missionary work In behalf of the Russian Jews was arrested in St Johns Episcopal church just as she was about to enter it for the purpose of making a public appeal to Mrs Rooso veil in behalf of the Jews in Russia Miss Roosevelt Passed Through Toklo Toklo Oct 9Miss Alice Booseyelt passed through this city Sunday morn ing en route to Nikko She was met at the station by tho governor of tho city and the master of ceremonies and driven to Uyeno in an imperial car riage Surgeon General Suzuki Annapolis Md Oct 9Surgeon General Suzuki of the Japanese navy spent the day in Annapolis as the guest of the officers of the medical star of the naval academy He paid an official call on Adm James H Sands the superintendentS Japanese Casualties In the War Victoria B C Oct 9Per Steam er Tartar Official returns of the cas ualties of tho Japanese army throughout the war show 46180 killed 10970 died of wounds and 15300 died of dis ease a total of 72450 dead American Royal Live Stock Show Kansas City Oct9The seventh American royal live stock show open ed at the stock yards in a huge circus tent and will continue through tho week Nearly 500 stock and express cars have been required to carry the exhibits Football Player Dead Chester Pa Oct DJohn S Sum mersglll aged 21 a member of the Franklin football team of this place died in the hospital here from Injuries received during a game Deatn was due to a hemorrhage Mutiny on Board the Mikasa Victoria B C Oct 9The steamer Tartar brought news from Japan that the story was current that the ace dent to the battleship Mikasa at Sase bo was occasioned as a result of mu tiny on board because of the resent ment of the crew of the peace terms A Big Offer For Maihsheet Lexington Ky Oct9A L Thom as of Benson Neb has made an offer here of 7000 for the black six yearold stallion Malnsheet by Three tar General dam Axtcll but the ten der was refused j ij2J i iJtf 1 tJt GOLD BRICK FOR DRUMMER Promised Pretty Girl for Wife Older Slater Substituted Traveler Defaults Olivet S DCoerced Into working in tho harvest field aud finally offered a wife as a reward for his doing more work than any of tho other hands James Stacey has upset a remarkable Is a traveling man who was trying to gut the farmers of South Da kota to appreciate the merits of a self closing gate While going around the country In harvest time being a husky Individual ho receIved a good many of furs of work The gate proposition wasnt a paying one but Stacey decided to stick to it Just about the time grain was turning to a rich yellow In tho wheat country west of here Stacey stopped at the big farm of George Blodgln- Blodgln no sooner saw him than he of fered him liberal wages to help harvest his big crop of small grain In addition to his eldest daughter In marriage and a farm If ho provnd the best harvester At that moment a neat pretty girl came out on the porch Stacey looked her over carefully- Ill stay said Stacey Stacey did stay slid went to work like a thrashing machine outdoing all tho other men and whenjue work was done the farmer told Stacey ho had won tne girlShes not hum just now said the farmer butll be back soon Hero they come shouted the farm er directly and Stacey looking down the trail saw a buggy coming toward figuresinof his acquaintance helpedherwith her Here shouted the farmer thats engasedShemy eldest nail lIP Pointed at the young woman III dm buggy faceandthenI default ho skid wearily YIELD OF COLD IS GREATER StatesAmountsCalifornia Leading Washington D CDirector Roberts of the mint In his estimate of InthecalenGar486000 fine ounces of sliver CalIrornlaSnore than In 1903 and a larger amount than In any year since the 60s This gainsbe director says came chiefly from dredge operations duringtheminingLureauol the dredges at 7000000 a year for 10 years Colorado shows an increase of nearly 2000000 gold and 1300000 ounces of sliver Alaska a gain of 700000 gold Montana a gala of 2000000 ounces of sliver Utah a gain of 1300 000 ounces or silver Idaho a gain of 1300000 ounces of silver The amount of gold mined was 3904 9S6 ounces and the commercial value of the silver produced was 33515 938 making the total value of the two metals 114239138 TOOK KEELEY CURE MUCH Man Escapes from That Institution Who Had Been Treated Nine teen Times New Haven Conn Tho polIce of this city arrested a man who gave his name as Charles B Fleming for being under the Influence of drink He said that hs home was In New York Two men who said they were doc tore from the Keeley Institute at West Haven called at police headquarters and asked Sergeant Cook to release Fleming and they would see that he was cared for all right They said they would take him to his home In New York The sergeant turned Flem- Ing over to the strangers Later a man who said he was a private physician called at police headquarters and asked for Fleming Tho man who was with him he said Vas Flemings valet The doctor said that Fleming was a very wealthy Now Yorker and that he had been 19 times In Keeley Institutes part of the time In Europe He was very much chagrined to find that Fleming had been re Inquiry at the Keeley institute in West Haven he learned that the two men who had called for Fleming were only keepers In the place and not doctors MARKET REPORT Cincinnati Oct 6 CATTLE rCommon 2 50 3 50 Heavy steers 4 C5 4 85 CALVES Extra 800 HOGS Ch packers 5 60 5 65 Mixed packers 5 35 0 5 SHEEPExtra 4 65 4 75 LAMBSExtra 740 7 50 FLOUR Spring pat 5 25 5 50 WHEAT No 2 red 88 89 s5tlCORNNoNo2 white 1i7- YiOATSNo2 mixed I 3- 0RyENo2 68 0 70 HAYCh timothy 13 00 PORKClear mess 18 60 LARDSteamS 69a BUTTERCh dairy 15 Choice creamery 23 APPLES Choice 3 00 4 00 POTATOESPer bbllliO 17j TOBACCONew 5 00 013 00 Old 4 14 75 Chicag- oFLOURWiner naL 5 10 5 21 WHEAT No 2 red 834 84 No 3 red 79 SH CORNNo2 mixed 51 r 51 OATS No 2 mixed 2- 9RyENo2 CSty PORKMess 15 00 15 70 LARDSteam 7 171i New York FLOURWin strts 4 00 f 4 25 WHEAT No 2 red 88 CORNNo 2 mixed 59 OATSNo 2 mixed 32 33Y1 RYEWestern 0 72 PORKMess 17 SO 18 00 LARDSteam 7 Co Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 8314 574CATTLESHEEPNo1 250 3 00 Louisville WHEATNo 3 red SC CORNNo2 mixed 1i- 7OATSNo2 mixed 29 PORKMess 12 LARD Steam 7 25 Indianapolis W1EATNo 2 red SG CORNNo 2 mixed 54 OATSNo 2 mixed 4 e f There is only One GenuineSyrup Of FIgs The Genuine is Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co The lull nome of the company California Fig Syrup eofa printed on the front of every package of the genuine The OriginalPackagesj Knowing the above will enable one to avoid the fraudulent imitations made by piratical concerns and sometimes offered by unreliable dshouIdtherefore effectsItthekidneysby men women or children Many millions know of its beneficial thelazativeAlways buy the Genuine Syrup of Figs MANUFACTURED BY THE SMV LouimUe RJC IItJCI PInY CEmS NR BOTTIC Hl PUTNAM FADELESS DYESColor more goods bflhterand latter colors than aniolher One lOc package colors all fibers The dye In cold water better than any other dyes Ycu can dj aai garment without rioplnjaparb Write for has booklet How to Dye Bleach and His Colors MONROE DRUG CO UaharUle MIuotrL Very Effective Sample particularing great difficulty in procuring the same sort at when traveling always car ried a bottle with him relates the Tatler One day when dining at a restaurant with his pickles in front of him a stranger sat down at the same table and with an Arner icon accent presently asked the minister to the pickles minister who en- Joyed the joke politely passed the bottle and in a few minutes had the satisfaction seeing the Yankee watering at the eyes and gasping for breath J guess said the latter that you are a parson Yejny friend I am replied the minister I suppose you preach asked the Yan her Yes sir I preach twice a week usually said the minister Do you ever preachnbout hell fire in quired the Yes I sometimes eonsder it my duty IwnishmentI thought so rejoined the Yankee but you are the first o your class I ever met who carried samples Best in tho World Cream Ark Oct Oth After lJlilepsyllickacheII Smithtof thisIlloee is a well man nnu watched his return to health unhesitatingly give all the credit to In an interview regarding his cure Mr burth says 1 had been low for eighteen months with my back and kidneys and also Epilepsy I had taken everything I knew nothing to do me any good till a friend ofmine got me to vend Dodds Kidney Pills 1 find that they are the greatest medicine in the for now 1 am able lo work and am in fact as stout andstrong as before I took sick KidneysCuretlimpurities luiro bloodmeans good health Sentimental She wu a woman said the poetical boarder whose beauty turned incas hearts to fire1 And their neck to rubber I suppose added the prosy old bachelor Daily News SCREAMED AT NIGHT Baby Scratched Until Face Was Raw and BleedingEczema Cured by Cuticura For over two years little baby girl suffered with a raw itching and painful eczema on her beau and face pain causing her to scream day and night and my wife could get no rest We hey eral doctors but without success Unless we kept her hands tied she would scratch until her face was like raw beef One cake of Cuticura thoap and two boxes of Cuti herhealingish tSi neJ W J Morgan Orchard Town New Lambton New South Wales Australia I ntit awful when a woman keeps fix her back hair at the theater an then whenthepcrformance U over to find that she has left her ring on her dresser at Lome Cleveland Leader To Wash Black Stockings To prevent black stockings from assuming a greenish wash as follows Soapincan tear Wash through several suds of this preparation rinse through two wann waters adding to the last a table presaontheELEANOR R PARKER a Destiny has turned many a man down while he was waiting for something to turn up Success Magazin- eCONGRESSMAN GOULDEN Finds Quick Relief from Bladder Troubles Through Doans Kidney Pills lIon Joseph A Gouldcn member of Congress representing tho 18th District t s ijS it of New York also 7 ftf trustee of the Sol m diers Home at Bath wl1tesj As friendst illney Pills and have f cured of kidney and bladder troubles IfeclIt my duty to recommend the medi Itcinc From personal experience I know Doans Kidney Pills will cure inflammation of tho bladder laving experienced relief the second day of using the medicine Signed J A GOULDEN Sold by all dealers 50 cents a box Foster JHlburn Co Buffalo N Y AN KE 2095 F OR- C AItBeatintline So5 b drggIt Q N S U M P T ON J Ji 0J None Too Tainted for Him youknewcustomer in the restaurant as he finished his meal Xo sir replied the waiter Id not throuFhthatYonkers Statesman Announcement is made by the Rock inaugurationLouis to Los Angeles via Frisco Line to Medora Kansas thence Rock IslandEl 1aso Line to California Tbu providesan entirelTnew tourist car 10 te to the andwith the installation of this car the Rod Island has no less than ten through tourist lines between the East arid California These cars start from Chicago St Louis St Isul and Minneapolis and run through via either the Rock Islands Southern Route by way of El Paso br Scenic Route way of Colorado This frequent and comprehensive service is providedwith a vies to adequately meeting for tcurist accommodations under the very lew rates effective in September and October A leader should not stride forward too fast otherwise he may be hidden from his followers by the curvature of the earth Century I am sure rises Cure for Consumption saved life three years Mrs Thos- Robbins Norwich N Y tebn 1900 Political principle is not often allowed to in terfere much with political interests of the politician SICKHEADICHE Posltlrelr cnred these Little ruleCARTERS Tier also rellero Dis PyspepsaIa Too Hearty DEtrestroin pertectrem Names Bad Tsata utb Coated in tte SUe 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from its base of supplies A booklet The Story of the sent free upon applicationt4Z4uhrIUeCbattanoogaStLouisy Nuhtill Tennessee Ii SiDont Get Wet IM r a TOWERS SLICKERS r will keep you dry as J f tf nothuiigelse wiilbccausc I 1 they are the product of i f the best materials and W Sseventy years aperiQ ence in manufacturing JTOWERYCO JBo5t01USASoa 5Twistcse lit 3 CiupsItrs IU Lktypi Oiirittrs WsitdrCOmpositors OperstcrI 52400 per week Permanent positions a of the leading establishments ol Chicago and vicinity Strike on Call on 01 address SECRETARY CHICAGO TYPOTHETA iQtfMonadnock Block Cnlcaio SLOAN 7 IMENT ti AD VETERINARY REMEDIES 1I are a necessity to every w j SFarmer Stockraiser j rMAILED FREE r Sloans Treatise on the Horse and Sloans Advice on the Care of Horses Cattle Hogs and jj Poultry Send your address to 9 DR lAM S SldAM 615 ALBANY STREET BOSTON MASS cI 2 PR3CtIIMTI ninirSJNYhI I iunirrn- L 19 GUARANTEED TO CUkEd = ftp 11 ILBKEADACNE AN KEALSM IwontMll ABtuarlplae t dralr hwonOuarante e5 It CsilforyourMOlEY BACK I lTHeVTCVKB f W JWewert JT J M Qurteturer j Hh tefrf Jt f J l d I t h fC JX f t1 t 4tfyJ A QWINGSVILLE OUTLOOKs r OUTLOOK PUBLISHING courWINGSVILLE KY srPER YEAR IN ADVANCE I AddrcuR nil communications to THjs6onooic Ptu1UlIINO G or to jpHM W HONAKER OwIngBVjllP k Ky iStlbscribers desiring change of ehrr should always give previous wP addre u when writing- Correspondents when out of otn tinner should mention met on n separate slip of paper Nocommisfion is allowed to any body on subscriptions IJJ OUTLOOK is sent one arI forgone dollar six months for shtI4 Wnts cents tjireo months for thirtynVlll U THURSDAY OCT 12 1905 xv DISHONEST elections nre destroy Jifg the soul of republican institu lions The old fashioned method ofvntingwill effect nn invaluable s r reform In that nspect B nOE DONT forget that elections con Ke made just as orderly by the old fashioned method of taking the poll of the legal voters as by the ballot method and will be mOnitely s more honest 0 ALL of the expression we hoc heard in regard to the proposed v constitutional amendment in fa vor bribe oldfashioned wuyof if voting Only by that system CliO i the majority of legal voters be sine that they fhall rule i Ia d Gov LAKH AM of Texas lisa been petitioned by a number of chinno ttsklng that the State permit mob punifhtncnt of negroes who assault women The wonders of tho con- ceptIon of the functions of law b 4 tItrespectable proportion of the peo pie will never cease TDE only practicable way to Ser cure honest elections id to have 4 r 4npen and permanent record of the will of the legal voters polled byword of mouth Hence if you t wish honest elections you should 3 t vote for the amendment theState- rnnstiiutlon permitting a return 4 the viva voce method of voting fj 5You never heard of elections Ing stolen before the ballot method nivoungwent Ito effect Under 41 the baUot system tho Presidency 4 was stolen from Samuel J Tilde II DemocrattlIndtbe Governorship v from VS Taylor publicanNot II 4 i only both parties suffer hut the people are grossly outraged and republican institutions threatened SvitalIy ij UKDKE the secret ballot system in Keotucky politics bus got to the extreme limit of rottenness and fcihat system IB more responpihle anything else for it A return to tbe Tiva voce method of voting t with the provision for not allowing Sbuta limited number of intending vnter witbln u certHin distance ol the pole will be a distinct and val uable reform jiPouriclsattle limit in II t campaignAt i the registralfB a numb roT prom ioeht citizens were slugged among them being Gen Basil Duke III betterdarit would hue aroused t i to a pitch of veinIii went fndi alion but now looked oh at rather a natural con sequence of politics I iXlureeIIlUo 8 of frenzied fit J ance OR the part of tbe big life in purance companies as brought a t by the investigation New Yct K cnntiniie to a tnnibh if not shock 4 the eoHBt ry There is a strong dir Hjond in soaie quartern that the IficJalr who contributed the stock Th hejdern fiindifio hid the Bepubli csseaipignsin the past three FreMdehtial elections be made to i pay back all ycb contributions DATCIi of MinneapoliB MulL is the most aistinguUhed F CHeater Lexington anti for the f era eiitertkinraenl of the foks at r r ihetrottlne rises Saturday pared a letnL 5lhe fastest mile v ever nIaIIyiide in harneps Its nwaer zefued syndicate otter of Ifri vMiIlioB efir would be no etupt1is tion to part With him Ike vast WsJintyof the human l r fterjen kinnedon monetary value 7 CORRESPONDENCE Grange pity m4 acre WH Gulliver and ell1 ugh ttH Audrie Marie wished Mrs Jtuucsj r lIcII td ala teelt r Kf nstt GarjiiBer aad fanily J Jcr HUlehorniaheclat JY No aiaBi Saturday and Brnday- LY GiJtijtdoB and Jfe Mrs Bet tjeCtttrigki and MR Ltin visited MikHeriekad family at VVy iiglDiday rp t t1 t t Jl I rpek8 f i irtTurser Sisill and wifI t ept1iw da1iter J- J f1L4LithraWFped ca Sill k ltMdlt kisgeCIac1tait II k ji k T M SttweId llwitt of Midlaa citymire vIhiug rativ her d AtThemIe1ection here Ss h14 layetVJobH ClatVwaK elected 4 lfY 41t J51TII and wife visited Mitg D i awi wr kon Prickly Asl Saa4y r c 1 i t MriJ and daughter of eItL1ekviiicedrelaticee here Siy Ir1ks i ft t4 t i i i Z J d fir s tr i bJ = 0 tt If 1I s p t J f 7 T AI Will Warner nod wIle of White u1iiiurioitetlrciiitivci hero Sut rdsy and Sunday Mrs Alf Uornwell timid AlrsHube McClaln of Suit Lick visited rca LIiHI bore last weekliMro S V Johnonu visited her Ulster Mrs Pat iivrnall in Clurk cotinly Sat unlay and SundlIMrs Anderson McCnrty iui l hick 3iKIieIIlast week r Licking Union p- M 4 P Williams t nld John WcKinncy n pair of work inn rii fur two hundred and twent live dult TL George W Williams sold thirty acres of land with dvvIlingtilt buildings anti other improvements o u Mr Culvert for sis hundred dollars Jhe Cumberland Pipe Line Com puny isJnulding a steel tank at thoI punlpipgstalion in which to the oil tile wooden tanks not stand mug the heat Hillsboro Mrs Wra Denton of near here is very ill with consumption Quarterly meeting will be held hero Saturday and Sunday by PEIDeeming Mrs Jennie Hawkins and Emma Christy visited relatives in Itath county Saturday anti Sunday Miss M ude Zimmerman after several weeks visit to relatives at Bethel returned home Monday Mrs Hess Underwood after sev eral weeks visit to relatives Ire returned to her homo at Danville III Friday Clarence Wallingford and wife of Elizaville visited his hfothcr Robert Wullingford nod family Saturday and Sunday Ben Hawkins bought of J S Crawford n mule colt for 55 of Thomas Perkins one for 55 of Zeck Turner otto for 10 of Thos Saunders one horse colt for 3250 Pleasant Valley J Bob Jones and wife visited hi fatherLevi Jones here this week Miss Mary Snedegar of Prickly Ash spent a few days with Miss Amanda Clark last week GRtv J C Corikling of Lexing ington will prenrh at Pleasant VI- ley the Isc Sunday in November Miss Virgic Leo Dimitt left Sum day to visit her ginndmother a t Flat Creek for u few days and then return to her home in Owen county The icecream supper given by the ladies of the church lat SIlt uday night proved to be quite u success the proceeds to be used for seats and to paint the church and school house Elder C II Plopper of Lexing ton preached nt Pleasant Vnllcy Church Saturday night and Sun day Ho is a very pleasant speak er and we hope to have Bro Plop per with us soon ngin CraiRS Mrs V ill Torn Sexton is sow e better IeMrs Mary Seton is visiting re ves ut Stepstonc Josh Craig wife and children of near Owingsvillevieited Wm Craig Sunday Johnnie Craig and wife of Salt Lick were the guests of Addie Jjnes Sunday nigbt Mrs Wm Eowrcy Mrs ElBe Craig and Mrs Year Thompson were the tueeteof Mrs Melissa Snedegar Monday Mrs Josepblne Warren Mrs LuEUa Maffley nd children Mrs Emma Warren and children spent Monday with Sits Chris Garner Fhe nieetln did fltcoserhurs day night as we reported luE ireek It would if Urn Spence hud not decided to stay after we sea out our items Time meeting did not close until Sunday evening There was a large crowd Out Sun dnjro ninny it was impossible for thorn phI toget in the church house and sothey took the organ IllttJn the grove and have hud meeting there since Bro Spenc- toOk in 3050 free will offering Qkla H C Gregory and wife are ill the latter ith diphtheria the former with lumbago Delia Vice ot Fleming county visited his cousin Albert Vice and wife one day lusl wepk I John Darnell and wile of near Odessa were guests of T Grain and family Saturday night George Stephens went Saturday to visit his sister Mrs Silas Clay and fatally of Nicholas county WMWbitton and Mrs James viAltruc day 54 Z1 Cram wife and son Ray mond went Sunday to visit the latters cousin Mrfl Dallnp Garner c Mt Sterling JamssCrain wife and little eonj Hubert went Saturday to visit the letters father James Cojliver und family of near UetluI J II Grayand lighter MIPS Urea and little son Tommio went Saturday to vlsit1SV S Atchison and family near 3roorefieIdN Mrs Ben Grain of near Hills born and MrsV Prank Jones oft Odessa were KuestaDflirack Junes wlreFriduyoflolitweekr cbjk dren went SaturdisyrtO visit the latterV Marklaird and family of Nicholas county LG Rfgdon andwife Mrs Bet tie Cutrightnnd son Lewis nUnC Grange City wcrege6tsor Mich atXHearick and family Sunday rrri AIIThcNewszPerYearS 4 f7Ift 0 c 4h ra Bethel Several light frosts lust week Stun Howard of ShurpburgwaB hero Saturday on business Li Bvitns remains on tho sick w st without much improvement Mrs A R Robertson IH at Lex ington under treatment of Dr Alt ut s W R Peters sold three coming 3ycurold niulec did nut learn the price Mr Ruth Ratliir anti brother jlkins wore visitors ut Davo IyI rd Sunday Cliy Crouch soul his farm coriV talning 67 acres to Bert Durham at 05 per nero t Miss Maud Gorham returned Thursday from u visit of several weeks in Montgomery county J R Peters nnd wife of Hooks ton and C A Petert nf Poplar Plains visited at W R PetersSrs ast week T S Robertson sold to Warren county parties 30 head of coming 2 yearolil mules to go Oct 30ut 125 per heath KroJ T Fizer wife and daugh ter Carroll LeoMrs W R Peterc Mrs Susan Hazelrigg spent Thursday ut Walter Whuleyu Bro Bohon assisted by Bro Ed Fogg and Miss Richard of Ow ingsviile nt the oruun began a protracted meeting at Mt Pleasant Sunday Olympia Mrs Muzzle McGlothin iSI very sick Frank ColFce moved to Farmers Saturday Mrs J P Copher was in Owings yule Thursday Russell Shultn of Louisa is vie iting relatives this week J Cane and wife of Louisa are visiting friends here this week Miss Anna Turner of Salt LIckV is visiting her mother this veekS Robert and Horton Ynun were here with their brother Clyde Sun day rUn Siple of Morehcail gave us un interesting sermon Thursday night Mrs Dr Clark and little dough ter visited her mother at Hedges this week S H SwartP who had been u t Pinovillo three months returned home Monday Clay Shultz who hud beel10t Ashland at work for some time reo turned home Sunday W W Penix and family of Son Springs visited his mother Mrs James Penix Sunday Joe Rothwcll nnd wife of How urds Mill were guests of Mrs Sarah Stnih last week J T Moore who is interested ii a coal wino in Brentbitt county returned home Sunday Everybody mmomber that th big protracted meeting begins tho fourth Saturday night in this month Misoefi Anna Turner Ollie Mont Joy Cli rcnce Turner and James Monlj v attended the meeting a t Mill Vreuk Sunday Mrs Bub Clark who was the ouest of her mother Mrs Mrs Thrasher three months returnid home to Covington last week We have had a very interesting school election Saturday as nil legal voters but three turned out The vote was 29 to 21 in favor of Dr Clark Sharpsburg l1eautlrulweulher Is this Inihivn Summer John D Ilkhart is still on th sick list Moore Boll was in Mt Sterhin Saturday James Pttere was in Ml Sterling Sunday H C Stephens who has been o the sick list is able to be out rewere a Sunday W 0 Triplett made n business trip to Mt Sterling Wednesday und Thursday Wm Utterbuck and wIfe of Bourbon county visited at T H Grimes Sunday Walter Triplett visited mo Thompson neur Mt Sterling from Friday until Sunday Mrs Taylor Crockett Mrs Jen nie Judy and Mrs Mary Rapp were in Mt SterhingSaturday George Hurt W R Humphrey and others returned Sunday from tbe trots at Lexington JWill Sharp and wifo visited re latives ut Hutchison lust week and attended the races ut Lexington Samuel Patrick and wife al North Middletown wcio quests of James Shunklin and dcy and Saturday 5 Richard Wright and wife o Spokane Washington were guest of T 11 Grimes and fatally rue Tuesday until Saturday The Republicans of this Mags terjul district met Saturday and appointed delegatesto meet at On ingeville On Oct 10th to nominate a county ticket suml Howard was rcnominated for Magistrate and W R Humphreys for Con stable Report says J MBigBtahp on his JnbJringr strong suit water and sifter mov log up nearer the church nod bur ing a short distance lias struck a One vein of sulphur water Tho indications are byglllnt deeper theywj1ItrikQ oil v I V p Springfield his Mrs Julia Spratt is visiting in- vLexitjjton leithMM Thomas MoClain ban been R visiting at Suit Lick S fievertilii Miss ljiuiraJovellorIInzelGreen is visititi relatives in this viviuity- T J Fleming and wife viItfd relatives near Owingsylllu Sunday I Mrs Alice Knight of Allegheny City Penn is visiting Mrs O S liromageui Clarence Steolo of near Osviiigsv villi visited Virgil past week Mrs Janief Jones timid children visited at Stoops Saturday and SundayJames BigstalF has had two wells drilled en his farrii one was salt water the other sulphur Miss Anna Bromigcuirwho it attending school nt Oivingavillo vie ted her parents Saturday and Sunday A large crowd was out to hear Mr Baylefs Sunday afternoon The meeting will continue through the week All are cordially invited to attend A box supper was given at FairI view schoolbouse Frsdny night for till benefit of the libiary There was a small crowd but they were very successful v Salt L1cc Rue Jackson made n business trip to Jellico Tenn There has been a general moving III and out the past weekiGeorge Hensley wife and baby uf Unth well visited the formers brother Floyd Saturday and Sun dayPete Fruzill and fimily left for Prestonsburg to make their home witch to the regret of their wun friends ISC Frederick after tr sitar itit home retqnied to hits work in Mississippi lact week Eph Such ing timid sown others accompaniec him Died Out 5 of cholera inlanttun Mary Ella the onu yearold daugh Icr of John Maupin und wife TIll interment was made in Polksvlll cemetery s We omitted to mention last week that the winner for best eke ut street fair as Mrs Josie Slnni e best lady ruler Mrs Addie Cukl well and hundomeit worried lady Mrs Eludia Wurrcn Mr and Mrs James Colliver ar theyiwho has vcen very low with fever I1islllssippi He is now rupidly improving und with nccoiirpany Cupt Pitman home as soon as he IIis able to travel rMr Templo remr v t froni tin Craig proptfrtyUljJXAWhltcClbt house Mr Fuller mrcved from thee Cnldweil lIl tl1ono varnted hy- Mr Tesupls Mrs Addle qahUveil has gone ID hotuekccptng he r residence nn riromas Cul Jwcli has moved to the lmriuae made Va cant by Mr Fruzill Mr Forfbce will move into Mrs M Kobbins IIOlleo Stepstono The meeting ntiunr Grove continues with large tutenclr nee 2 additions to date- EarlQuiBenbcrrjiUHlLbFllcPayhe attended the r sees at Lexington Friday and SaturdayVWe are needing rain badly und unless it comes very sopn we will he oul of stock water here Shelton Thouipsion and family and Dr I W Jones spent Sunday fmiiyoWmAllington and wifeofThom Illsbrothcrg I Miss Lena Parker attended Su garG rove meeting Wcdnesday night as the guest of Mrs Frank BroAvn nsamuel Eslill and wjfeof Grange City visited his brotherinlaw E L Payne ansi family Saturday and Sunday I a V H Montjoy and brother GC of Ewinglon visited their uncle C B Reid and wife Stturduy and Sunday Henry Hart ad sister of Forgo Farm visited his brother in In w fllclilycWin Helwiji and farnilytnok I n the Olympian Springs Sunday and Itried to ge t some chestnuts but failed to land any Frank Brown Is doing some re pairing talus LUildingshcre rind when completed they will add quite an improvement to his lot Miss May Stout WisHed he old homo lust week and assisted In the singing at the meeting going on at1 SlIgarGrlleschoolhauscSbe has a fine voice Wi L Puyno and family and aunt Miss Nancy Steele of Cincin fUllduyfButlers Branch IJlIls Mary Carmichael has returned train her visit to Muriba and brought with her her cousin Miss Carmichael to epc d semi 7 Limo visiting liqeSlMrs Robt Byron of Lexington bean visiting M F Wilson and family the past week returned howe Monday taking Ihi herherI granddaughter Miss Efllo Wilson II B Sexttftt und family oinear Owingsville visited his fatherin law Joe Roy and fnmlbtosee the new heir that they are 11118U happy over from Saturday till Monday Friday J Ir Wilson in honor 01Iod his Mth birthday gave adinncrto o j 0 S WJ WtoT l u relatives and friends Those present wtreS P Steele andwire S Carpenter anti wife Ills cuke James Cunley wile daugh t Miss Rosa and sonVilliamWm e nmner wife antI fonWinnieKlder II ROSM M PandPHStephens tevo Mickuliec R U Lane Jack son Conloy Walter Wilson and Richard Wilson and wife ntl Mrs Char Ray All yed themselves greatly Moore Forr- Gorge Flood returned homo toFllinois tIme II rat of last sweekdCorncutting is over now and some have commenced to crib corn Mrs Emma ChristyoC UtHsboro ielte her brother Walter Sorrell Saturday unIt Sunday James Norris and wife of Nay lors Branch visittd his Bister Mrs Harriet Shrout Friday Richard Vanlnndingham and family visjted his brother John near Owingaville Saturday ant Sunday Tho schoolelection passed oft quietly at Hedricks Saturday DIW Shrout and Charles Atehtson were elected trustees Mrs Docia Ann Highley and son Henry went to visit her daughter in I still county Monday of last week and returned Sunday Win Flood who hits been making sorghum molasses sold his cane mill and evaporator Saturday to Rev Aldorson for 35 cash Mrs Walter Funning who hu l been visiting her sisterinlaw Mrs U L Ingram and other relatives the past week returned home to NicbolaaviIe Saturday Otto Shrout buda spell of love fewa weeks nno nnd has had a pain one of his toga ever since II- inil o it lnnctIa few days tgnrd it is paining him a great deal xUpper Prickly Ash Coburn Hamilton visited rela tives in Montgomery county last weekOscar Chandler nnd wifeof Bald Eagle were guests of Riley ClmoJ her and family Sunday night Miss P arl Harmon of Sunset Fleming cntinty came lust week to visit her sister MrsAlmunza Stone C S Ratliir wife and daughter Elizabeth of Salt Lid spoilt Sun tiny with Daniel Harper and fain Iy Thomas B lliimllton 01 Mont gotaery countywas the guest oft I Lyter mul wife Sunday and tlonduy Will Harper and wife of but ttsbtirg came Saturday to visit their grand pa re tits Daniel Ilarpt and wife eAHrcd Moore wife ami daughter cUllnIf visited Cohurn and Willie Hamilton Sunday R L Stone rant wire and Mrs FrancUS llumilton visited E So Hamilton and wife nn Rues Run Sundty Mrs Hamilton will stay sovornl Ia- JlmanzlISllllle studa mule to John L Vice antI delivered it Oct 2 Ambrose Wrlls sold a mule to Henry Hopktns for 5750 uVliver td0ct 2 It F Siirout sold a tUttle toL T Peters for tit drltv ered Oct 10 Slate Valley Mrs Sititt of Preston is visiting her sifter Mrd Martin Jones thi week Jainefi Cohyers nnd fitnily of Prickly Asher guesjrt of Dee Rudder anti fatally Sunday Ii aac To3m and family visited Mrs Tops aunt Mrs James Boyd on upper Prickly Ash Sunday Mrs George Johnsnti and children of near Sharpsburg visited reo latives here Saturday and Sunday There hoe been talk tht ijlnte Valley Church is dying but its a mistake for the members love one Illesiours la on tire Elder Wjillhoit closed his wee t ing home Sunday night Elder Willhoit is a nice Christian gentle man and has done some good tall ing here He was assisted Sunday by Elder Dawson who will continue to preach hero for eeeral nights this week I It was reported here that Rjch ard Coyles horse wUBcutvithn a razor at cUurch hero lust Wed ncsilay night but its n mistake ij there was no bipod where the horse was hitched und they didnt seethe horse until some time in the dayTllursduyulld then found him in some bodyelses pasture Slate Valley people arc among dIe best people in the county and noth ing like that will ever happen by tho bunds of nyiC the people around there Fairview Tom Hunt went to Mcypville Sat lirday on business George Kirk sold a steer calf to J CMcClure forlO John W Hendrix told to Morton Crump three shbatsfor S20 Eddie Perkins sold to AC Hen slur a suckling mule rorGS George Kirk sold toSpidgWiI sun a suckling mure mule for 81 Mrs Annie Harrod cloeed n two wcoks meeting hero Saturday highf r v f Leslie Hendrix soul his farm o 56 acres tq1ohin E Stewart for fl150 Miss Mary Hendrix of Okla vii ited the family of Leslie HenJrix Sunday Mrs Bettie Perkins has tone to collherrOma McClaitf and wife visitod the family of J GMcClure Sutur day and Sunday The c ocrppheres hous without atd the crop is fairlygood f 1 zJt 53Misii r JJkl sAnilerpnnl OIIu vititifi ibt fatuity of T D Ander linn Saturday und Sunday John Hornback Jr Foley Turn r ami SauL Perkins have jine to Ohio to make their home Riley Rodgers wife and son Ray monil And viniird the fu inilyof Alf Corbin a fuw diys last week HubIone Mark Ilemlrix and fondly of l Irmll county visited A C Ron F rix and wife Saturday and Sun day Mrs Bottle Perkins sold to Wm Stephens one steer calf for 14 and one hoifer calf to John E Stewart fur 7 Stoops Cribbing corn is time order of the day Will Kissiek visited relatives on Aarons Run Sunday Some of our farmers are talking about sowing alfalfa Mrs Hock Shrout his been visiting relatives ut Suit Lick Torn Warner soul two weanling calves to Sam Hart for 34 R A Mason has returned to Beattyville after a visit hero Mrs James Jonesof Sharpsburg vietteilMrs 0 B Spratt Sunday Arthur Jacob sold his crop of new tobacco to J Will Clay at lOc per Ib- Tom WnrTur is delivering his crop of hay to Moore tc Scott at 10 per ton- Thomas B Hamilton isited rd atives near Owingsville Sunday and Monday It sometimes pays to go to con siderable trouble in order to keep out of trouble Iko Sttukhoupe has been arrest ed and pliccd in jail for forging a check on Sid hurt The reason so many of us ore opposed to tainted money ji be cause it tuiut ours This community hn nccn overrun with agents i f various sort for the past few weeks Walter and Marion Bridges at tended the horse show II i Louisville from Wednesday till Friday Rev R P Rayless a talented young minister began a protracted meeting ul Springfield SundayI- teeiiti i youre able to maintain tin automobile on 1000 per yen r is no reason youre able to keep out ojail lrf t cco clI stores to J Will Clay at 90 per lb Mr hurt takes in fxchangul25 head of lIttle at 4ie Itr lb While drilling for Mock watt r in J i1 UigHtairH farm near Spring held Church II hilt rein of pall water rii Htruck ut u depth of 75 feet This is the strongest natural sltlt wntfer in Central Kentucky J live gallons of water produced one gallon of pure stilt A 0IF FixAKqiAL WKATII The richmen ot Auertca have been given over to bahevo a lie The tIghts of sueti use saired 11 cause they are natural rights Property bus no rights only privileges cst bli bcd bylulldconttoverting nt no point the prin ciple of primal Justice Even till ovvuersliip of properly nnd the privileges of transferring it during life or of determining how it eliailbb diltrlb ned among de scendants these are merely the outgrowth of social needs and WilY be changed when ft is clear that sociity will be bentdied byU change The teBtrmrfDy in the inauranqe investigation shows how the mural sense of the world of high tinunce has been warped by the vast uccu mttliition of the trust undo in the hands of tbe insurance cumpnties Tlieso trustees with Nastoundin candor tell how they have tleceea the men who have trusted them how to their own use they have a IIpreprinted this money of widows and orphans how they have en riched their own families by rob bing the poor bow they borrowed money at llperceuthow nepotism and political debauchery and vor ganizcd lobbyists has corrupted legislation arid enriched retainers and how deferred dividend policies have been preferred to annual pay ments because it accumulated mil lions for these plunderers to invest These revelations do nut stand alone The exhibit in thesa companies bus a compuniou piece in the liter telling of the organiza lion of vast industrial trusts and together they throw a new light on the history of tho organization of our great railroad companies The importance of these matters must not bo bo overlooked The American people are low to wrath but it is not conceivable that they will fail to seek if Tiot to fitidii remedy for the vast evils revealed and for a condition of the financial morijs that is rev lhin No1 superficialremedy will moet the oyil We treed constructive legislation that will reacH the pri mal necessities of n modern Indus trial community The relations of property to wan of government propeityof law to moral must be renewed and lDanyor the traditions winch have answered for principles must bcI discarded The assumption that property is- snmithingsaered and that tnan IsI of less importance than dividends from inflated capital stickan BeI sumption will have soon to bo putI aside and the advocatcsof the let cfnporatiqntheir privileges not by the Dart mouth College decision not on the thcoryof vested and sacred rigbtmu but solely 9n the principle of efhV eicncy ih service LoiUsrilieXVat J t i Jft ieimtte i rfr J4 1 YnV T a Li = C i r A Statemenirof the t i FlnanClal jiItlonDfBath 9 uu ty Ittcr on April 41905I 1ift 1trL f fi J r P 4 INDBTFDNJS q 4s It- irtiplke lioitil otitiutatuilliii i fA 12rcooo Itjtiuitlltig botidouthtandltih W 00 f Jft 00 JCashAr t Amount in turnpIke fund V v rC80 25 iAmount In funding bond fund JSffo 6C fpq h Amount in general exponso fund wv 1557242 v Amount in poorhouse fund Hf to 04 jTOtllAmount duo from SheriiTon turnpike nail j3279 10 it rJLess amount duo Sheriff on settlement of s iij 4J l general expense account z2S3O 125800 0713U4nt i rlJc4 Net lbt April 4 1905 Uv6S5S J f VCb 9 Statement of receipt and expenditures from ApriJllQ 1904 Y rt Pto Apil 5 19O5 as shown bytfie Sheriffs sottemcrt 1 andTreasurersrepotS 1 f TURNPIKE FUND ACCOUNT J i I Amount in trpasnnrs hands April 19 ICOi 1T f 3 Sfi 72 r Amount paid in by Sheriff h 0 IIJO jVt t1t TotalouzotSCREDITS Coupons paid July 1WVI S KfiOQ Coupons paid Jany 1905 jsJr CCOtitT Uond pllltlTrlllyIIOO I OOOOO t iRepairs mudeou turmipIkostp n J 1tO4 to AprLI4 lOO 62Z5587ii jff i Balance In Treasurers hands April4 J005 IvCSOJSS i FUNDING IOns ACCOUNT i tfAmount in Treasurers bands April iO lOUt f2917 70 c ir Amount paid In by Sheriff 7 j2 1481 trofICREDITSc v Cittipons jald July VJ04 x ii 1060 W 7k ie l hBnlnnce In Treasurer liaids April 4 Ioo5H 4tYiJ 61 t GENERAL EXPE SE FUND Amount In TrnaanrerV hands April 10 1C04 V 1 313JriAmount borrowed May 17 1004 2230 00 Amount paid in by Sherlif 17 8 251 12 Amount paid in by Sheriff 221281 Total OC04- ICKKD1TS 5tuAmount paid not1 2250 WK t tAmount paid interest 0000 Amount paid 11 L Stone nnd G O Ewing tittystIL 08 Amount paid repairs for Court house 34ImflBcssetJ sillallllcu lit oasitrers baRdvAprii 4 1005 iiiril372J2p- noRrir 3 7 USE FUND ACCUNT fr iC r fAmount pail liy FQ Well AuK29 IWM t T ioJWoo IAmount 1aid by John A Thicher March IIf TlitUlfJ362 V O t CREDrJ J i r Deficit ApriM9lC04 H j iK- Aoiouhtof I orders paid d n26271 L5 t Balance in Trensnrers hands April 4 1003 90 8ir COUNTY LEVY ANn AD VALOREM TAX YEAR J904 j tii net amount collected by the Sturlff UUil I9 SS22J Thin amount of claims allowed b Fiscal Courtanil paid brSntrliT 12JQI 5t Which left due the Sheriff it 28ThiJ Less the balancw in gHnensl expense inricl Irl4 f tvsI ThIs diflelt was palij by a traiisferof sufllcfpnt funds ieuip rarlly from the funding boodTiccount J Done by order of Bath Fiscal Court i JNO A DAUQHERT J BC 5 c Jfrt FoE5 l4 t15 Virginia Screened I mpu Iand Pluto Cannel C AWRITE OR TELEPIiONS ROSERUN IRON co OLYMPIA KY 100 REWARD Bly two work horses vere stolen from my home njar Kejnoldsville Bath Jo Ky the night of Sept 4 1005 Ono is a light bay blind in both eyes has barbed wire scar on right front foot thu other is a dark hay blind in right eye is part Clydesdale I will pay one hundred dollar reward fur tlje return of the horses and conviction of the person or persons who stole them Address JAMES F CLARK R F D No1 Sharpsburg Ky School Ta- xNOTICE At n meeting of tho Boardof Trustees of lIme Owingsvihlo Graded School District No1 Imving met in heir corporate capacity after du j notice niL being present do hereby levy an ndvuloreoi tux of 25 cents on the hundred dollars on all the property of the itiatrict ne way bo and has been assessed and equalized for county taxation against tbe white population there oNfor the conduct and support of said graded schooL And it is also ordered thatn pull tax of one dill lar be and is hereby levied on all of the mulo white population over the age of 21 years for the purpose of defraying the inc dlotnl expenses thereof And saul tax levy shall paid to the Treasurer S D Thompson on or before the 1st day kt November 105 at his olllce 5iv S GUOGILL Chairman A II DWI ON Secretaryv GEO A PEED 1L M GCIODlrnn- I n TnQNoptStce I t r 6QOavonA J IChristmas Subscribers for Sub crlbers to the Courler Journal The Weekly Courier Journal Henry Wattcrsons paperwanls to shore the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It pfo poses to jllle away twenty ChristSmas presents ranging troiti lOOt 20 amounting fo 600 In allThero i will he four general prmrnts of tt 100 ff oBo snd20nnd sixteen pr tnt9 of 30 and iO to be giver in lime ptateftof Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Tf xas 5lIgonrlVIrgin iu and Alabama The plan is fair nnd simple Write to the Courier Soiirnul Co Louisville Ky for a Icupy of the Wkly Courier Journ al giving full details It will be sent free Z fa 0 RAILWAY Trains 32 and 23 carry Diningiservice Blealsa Jacarte TPMECARDKFFECTIVESEPT 271903 TIME OPTKAJNS ATPEKSTosSTATios I East = bound r No 26 954 amNo 22 1249 p nr No 24 1005 pm Westbound No 21 648rfCm- Nb23 l43RNo 25 344 pn f Nos 26 and 23 dairy ex cept Sunday all otJiersidaily Weekly CpurierrJourna and tooone year fdr i6b i s s 5 5 5 S5 5 S