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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v t it v A Jp tIb 4 4u1 ifJ j r J S tJjsf it J tsiJo n i 4 17 i lAs J l rI K fe 4 7 jb it r 4 jI ifa a i4 t ICt + 0 g l It tt Ii t41t tOj11tI UtLOOk TiT1 O r d VOLXXVII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 191905 NO15 iorUIteheU tk20nB see Byron Droll Geo T Young Is the authorized agent of rOE UimooKto collect Dr G W Conner makes tooth from the choanest to the bust 10 The famous Jewel line of cooke and heaters ut Byrons Hardware The EossTced cutter andSwee rower for sale only by E L k A T Byron H L Lxno is agent for Wieder man bottled bocr and Budweiner bottled and keg More cook and heating stoves at cnud Brothers than in any house east of Lexington All who have property to roll nt public auction call on M D Paris lie will give satisfaction Tho Wonder lino of heaters guaranteed to keep tire for 36 hours on sale nt Bud Brothers lighgritdo 10x20 picture frames iM Mastic mixed paint for sale by v iJM BHOTHEK Everything for comfort In keep Ing warm in the way of heater grates etc Bun BRoTni- nVANTEDFour or flvo hogs for meat No matter how much and common Apply at OUTLOOK office Gunsammunltlonlecgingshunt inj coats and all sporting go ds a specialty at E L A T Byrons Mrs Ida Elliott Is negotiating for ft residence In Carlisle with thu InI teutlou of renioylnt theta if sheI buys Photos made ovary Saturday at J A Powers Jewelry store one door below OUTLooK office Come one andat Dr G W Conner this dentist uses Odontundcr and all approved anesthetics for the painless es traction of teeth SEEDING TIME Dont thinkof trying to raise wheat witiuiut using the Richmond Champion drill sold by Bud Brother It Is RrattlyinjtoWtnC Harper many friends tq leant that ho ia assured of appolntmont 18 postmaster at Cdtletluburj Wd are solo agetils fur the fa nous Estate Oak and Coles Hot Blast beaters guaranteed to keep lireUnn Buns Koit SALE5 Duroek Jersey biile hoals subject to registry at f10 each Addr M 14 4I ALBERT WILSON Bethel Ky American Field Kencestrnngeat cheitpest anti btt fluid fencu wadi Just received car of 5000 rns nil liiret Bvunv Buns Wa are autttorized to annouucx Ovorgo A Pevd an a candidate for County Judge of Bath Mr Ieed Is thu iioinhico of the lUpnblleaa par ty The Richmond Champion wheat drill is in use in every neighbor I oo3 in tile county and hnsnn- Mual tiujr onto froraBudBroth er MI meMbera ofOwingsvIhleLdtie LfP are requested to ho at the lodge Yoom Friday and Saturday bights Second and third degree work We are authorized to announce Omar W Barber ns a candidate for l ttnty Attorney of Bath Mr- BsrbeciA4h5flOmifleO of the Re publican partyP- BOTBACTKD MBXTIXR Elder Martin Pfanstlnl of Urooksvillaaud ElderT W Harrison of Augusta passed through Tuesday on their way to Fairview Flemhigtsounty to hold a protracted nieetlnp We are authorized to announce Honry T Hopkins ala candldnte for Sheriff of Bath county wltbCW Tlplon Deputy Mr Hopkins is tbe Bomlnsa of Clio Uepiiblicao party Notwithstanding tho unfavora hi t Mktoa for wheat this year those Vsipe tncRlchmondChampionDrill bad tije resuUi many people bar esUg 22 fci5 hue per acre CCT IK FACT Clifford MoC lain on his return from Mt Sterling Monday to his home west of town gays be was attacked by an unkown person who cut a deep gallb in bis facei See our line of heaters and ct ok before Sunrise Pine Groveandt3akewehlcooksandznay others to eelectfrbra ELATByrnn Wztt or BKIHB Elijah Groves feroHgbt in Moady a bottle of wa ter from the salt well recently drilled on JM Kigelaffs farm near Springfield Church The water is brine searljr strong enough to aikke pickles live gallons of it whea evaporated made one gallon el salt JeB PKIIITIXO Keraembor Ithat THE QOTLOOK is prepared to print letterBeads notohettdo bm head J ateneBts envelopes oarSs labels liJn H tiohs and all sor s B M Btatipnery on the 1 tasteful style aVthe most NGliable prices Compare our wefirtritb that turned out by any Jaflke aaei you will find it tc y raiTaBtsge to have us do your w rkviWe Uo print posters dodger pavphlet and everything usuallj s rM put ty a country job btTlce We haveon bandCQr sale in a- nJJlptyblakdeeds mortgages 9 ir e l iiJ n IfJ a iv fl r l c- aIIi fg r r JI 1 tit i t J r r PERSONAL Mrs M D Fans Is hotter of her illness Mrs Sarah Jacl8H is no better of tier HlnohK Clyde Daniel of Mt Sterling was hero Monday Dr W O Mcltitlro went to Louis yule Monday James L Stephens was a guest of friends hear FlemhiKsbure Sunday J Clyde Nelson of theSharpsbur World was hero Wednesdiiy of InstI weekMiss Harriott Montjoy of Ewing ton Is visiting her ulster Mrs Robert Nixon Harry C Kloecker of the Cincin hail Enquirer wits hero lust week on business Mrs J H Taulben went to ft Sterling Thursday to visit her moth er Mrs KellyaMiss Ellen Uotts returned Saturday front u visit to Mrs It M Good poster at Shorburne J Clay Byron of Cntlottsbur canto down Monday to visit his parents J N Ityron and wife Mrs Mary Honnker and daughtertMiss Mary of Lexington urday to visit rilativ 8 Julia Salmons and John Sheehan spent from Saturday evening to Mutt day morning in Carlisle Mrs E H Ooodpaster returnedslast week from u visit to once Lebus ut Cyutbiana Miss Lucy Bruce ICing has returned homo to Carlisle Lifter a visit to her sister Mrs H J Daily Miss Elizabeth Gaitskill returned homoS to Winchester last week after f visit to her sitter MraJesselluuip ton Elder C H Plopper of tho Lox III ton Bible College came Saturday to preach at Fuirvlaw Fleming county Sunday- S D Thompson Master of Bath Lodge No t5 F iA M weatMoimp day uftcrnnon to attend Lodge at Louisville Miss Nina Hpzolrlgg went tn Bethel Saturday tospoml a fewdayai with her Kraiiilinotber Mrs Susa HaeulrigK buforo returning home tw Frauklort Dr and Mrs II J DulLy went to Carlisle Wednesday of lust week to visit relatives Dr 1khI returned bim day Mrs Daily will remain some tunebIn a loiter to his sisters Eugeneg Sheehan who id at AIdyaton says he had boon conflued to tilt boi fora week but was able to be out Monday of this week 9 The fl herman hud fair luck in Slate Creek lust xeek catching Bume very fine lUh The leaves huvo staved ccnI- Inll clung to the trees much later titan usual thin CaU A r The first biting rust of the sea siin occured on last Thurodnj umrning There was suine leo in tha iiwlundi The r ither IK most delightfu stow iulku ought to enjoy it for the lirvsk Lit is duo within u few- vokb u thu tlliduII Mrs Ida Elliott sold her land on jiieb the re dence ructrtlyburn d at the suuth end of Slate Ave title to her sister inlaw Miss Joa ale Elliott for f1100 J ij WHO ARM rig avtSubscriber a NIortat through tim pUlilUffiOlftuTucO- UTLOOK that Mr Robert Grayand Miss Eiliinu Wilson wilt be married t at this liome of Eider Clark in Mt Sterling Wednesday Oct 15 and will leave for n trip to Ollorgetown and Lexington We dont know who Mr Gray and Miss Wilson ore but wo say Luck to thorn FIKE IK MT STEULISG Before day Saturday morning fire in Mt Sterling destroyed the Blue Grass Commlspion Coa F rabbetwarehouse with a Urge quantity of bluegrass seed i the colored city school Joe IUg tollS groceryand coal yard and three cottages- SrccEssvurMrniNoEhderRob ert Cnmpbi11 returned Saturday af ternoon from Clajeville Harrison county where he and Elder T W Harrison of Augutta have been holding protracted meeting They had twelve confessions with bap jbelled the meeting until Sunday night r DIPNT jQtUcATEThe Republican DIsLrLqtcscontention at Salt Lick auityiIcLined to nominate pretHraHdatMfrvepresent Bath and RowYrficWbtieaagainst Wm A You tNi6B cratlc nominee ofntlrutuolog the race as an independent Ue says ho is a believer in Demo erotic principles but is pOt hemp ered by party allegiance FLAT CBEEK Faux You SALE Containing G1J ncresSJ muse from Sharpsburg on tho Owingsvillo Sharpsburg pike in Bath county has good 7room house tenant house tobacco and stock burns all necessary outbuildings two nover foiling wells arid pool very desk able home For urtherpartlculars apply to MRS Leer C FAnis- Sharpsburg Ky4 1 HORSES STOLEN On Jut night George Kerrof upperPrickly- t Ash lost a baj mareand his son inlaw Alex Stewart a sorrel mare and a mule from Kerts paitureNd trace of theta bad been found at the time this edition went to pre s They wore undoubtedly stolen I James Clark of Bald Eagle me never heard anything of hiairof work horses that were stolen Evidently there are some vary sly horse thieves outwork sinlw thpy con dV their stealing and eP fectually hidall traces of it a a ii t ri Get your Winter Buggy Robot and Horse Blankets from E L d A T Byron Tho Owiugsvillc graded school reopened Monday after a vacation since Monday of lost week There was a big lot of cattle nt Mt Stoning Monday and tho market was draggy prices being very low Yearlings anti twoyearolds ranged from 2Jio to 3j INK OH lwINsEstes Hendrxof hoar Shorburno lost one of his twin oyearold children by diphtheria or membraneous croup lust Thursday anil it was buried Friday Tbo sor rowing parents hove the sympathy of many friends Ceo W Long Chairman of the State Republican Campaign Com mittee attended tho District Rep resentative convention of tlo Re publicans at Snit Lick Saturday NEW R F D CAKHIEU WnllacJ Gudgell left Sunday to attend Mrs Laura Cross scncM in Louisville hitS position as carrier on OwingI ville Rural Free Delivery Route No I is filled by John J Coyle of low r Prickly Ah who was appointed o succeed him SPECIAL HEATING STun tALE For 30 days No 7 and 8 monkeys 3 and 350 NOR 10 11 12 can 3 CO 4 and 450 sheet teel wood heaters 150 up box wood heaters 775 up EstutcOnk Coles Lint Blast Jewel Hot BlllstI and all others in proportion bar gnins sure ELJrAT BYBON NEW EXCHANGE IN OrEBATioN The new telephone exchange is in operation niw with contirtuonct day arid night service conrttion with Shnrpsburg Sher burne Bethel Wyoming Stilt Lick Olympia and Preston all without xtra charge to Centers of telo hones Tho exchange about GO renters here Tho chargo for talking to Mt Sterling or Carlielt is 20c to renters or 25c to outsid ere IKENTUCKY Cnoi YIFLDS The re port ofCoiurnissloherofAgrieuliuro Vreeland at the finish of the orop ping reason says the season hits een favorable ton housing the to acon cropand for sowing winter rain The estimated pr rent of yield for the various 1005 IIII as follows Corn 105 burley fn 105 dark tibauc0 81 tnbacI cattle being fed 89 urghuui 98 millet D8tTHE LCKXSK CASK Judge A N YOIIIIK THOS lay decided that imiH iiuuli us D N Young lund teiuIeriMl thu County Clerk tho regular State license und with It a i rtifled copy of his city HcHiiso tlin Clot k had mi prerogative III the mittfr hut to nc cupt as tho City Council lund timez complete control of thu liquor within its corporate lltuihts and tin Clerk was simply a iithtitsttiaLulhl cor to accept the States ftu and his receipt of the 150 was nil time Il6erfsu JunIIjdlutolila saloon PoLiTjoniiLL YsA petition ontahiiliK 102liiainin was fll d Uay witltuitty Clerk Jani s T Peters lo have thr Maine of Tliotntis P Barber of Koiviui county placed on the ballots fur Bath county under the Republican deviceth log cabins a candidate for llepresentntivo This petition being the first flied with duo County Clerk it will bo giviilt the precedence under tho law heads oil the petition thataccordin to report is being circulated in the Sharpsbutg jrecinct to have the nauiBof another Republican put on tHe ballots unelertht lug cnbinfhere was still another petition being cir culated in this town against the pla cing of a Republican candidate in tlio Held against W A Young the Democratic nominee and It was get hug uiany Republican signers And are startling rumors in circula tion Ohyes thero Li all the politics In Bath county that can bo borne CIUCDIT CoonrJ J Nesbitt Special Circuit Judgo by appointment of Gov Beck ha tu presided in Court all last week and Monday ofI this week The only civil suit of importance was thut of Thomas Satterfieldwho was awarded 8750 damages against the Cik O Railway Co for in uries received wnile in tho com panys employ nt tho coal bin at Midland City Joe Sharp of Sharpsburg wits fined 200 for suffering gaming on his promises The Standaid Oil Company de tested tho Indictments charging it with peddling COR Ioil without license J- ff Fannie Smith of color was lIned 1200 and sentenced to one hundred in on tbo charge of keep tag nbawdy house IzOwiiigsvillo The judgment was set aside an sho gets a new trial Julia Green Foley of color was fined 50 and casts on the charge of cutting and wounding Belle Daniel ofcolor John OwingB was acquitted o f the charge of cutting James Cal vert James Rothwell for stealing this horue of W C Tabor of Mcnifeo county pleaded guilty and was given two years in the penitenti PTy Mesa Hardin of color on the charge of breaking into Owens Bailiffs store at Sharpsburg was fpvon 2 years in the penitentiary George Kelly stealing Elijah Gro ft horse neat Springfield hllrcl was acquitted on the grounds that he was feeble minded and not responsible Frank Green of color was given two years in the penitentiary on he charge of false swearing The grand jury reported fteen indictments and adjourns I lurday IKLDIKO tiiiKKN DEAD Unel e Kidding Croon who wits aged 92 upperLickingFriday Ills aged wife who is n daughter of the elder Wm Moore and a sister f Vm Moore ol toes Run survives him also their m John of Salt Lick Their diuigtttira Mm James Riiglant mind Mrs Luther Causity died sever al years ago Deceased was II Imminent and welltodo furiutr a member of one of the best Cm lies in that secion Ho was highly esteemed nnd hail ninny personal friends Up until recently he Willi remarkably well preserved and vig orous for one of his age frequent ly walking from his home to Farm ers with a basket of produce for sale EXPOUT CATTLE SALES C C McDonald buyer for an Euotertj firm has purclrtsed of AGV Cook Hdventynno 1480 pound cattle at 1475 of J N Stolen thlrtysevin 1400 pound cattle ut 4 50 of U 1l Mason eighteen 1400 pound cattle at 4 50 of Hughes Atkinson eighteen 1425 pound cattle at 125L L Hrldgeforth buyer for Nelson Morris Co nought of G T Fox sixty exporters averaging 1503 piiiinda at 4 C5 and of Saw Turley ono hundred 1500 pound exporters at 470 harold Tibbs Gtsb of Indian upoliR bought of G W Anderson thirtyfive 1525 pound cattle at 475 of CIII Gatowoncl twenty 1350 pound cattle at 4and twenI tyone 1355 pound cattle of W G Jones at 1 25 J S Bugle sold to S L Wethers of Bourbon county ninety live 1100 Ih cattle ut 3je The Jute Etnbry finn containing 231 acres lying on tile Owingtvillc pike was told nt public unction und brought 85 50 per lucre the purchaser being SherltT G Allen McCormick Ml Sterling Correst pondeuco in Lexington herald AN EXCURSION PICTTlril un dertake in amy brief anti simple mnnner to describe one of the most eijoynble Mid entirely successful pxeurion parties thit it has btunI ur lot to witness or attend This picnic trip was planned andI carried through to u CUCCOHS by Alburn G Shniuttlie energetic undI enterprising teacher of thcilarptrf cchool who always takes nil inter est In the welfare of lib pupilsbolli tor their instruction anti pleaHtirx This tripw s especially planned for the children of the sehimlwbilo the patrons and friends in the din Irict entered into the tripwith such eal thut by the united etlortf of the people of the community tin trip was msde complete This excursion took plarcSuur Juy October 14 1305 There ertI three big road wagons tilled to tliir fullest capacity with merry anl laughing children eager for the days pleasure for pueh a small tiling will cause chillren huppi iftfa There were also some young folks and patrons from the district in these riot mentioning the welifiiled lunch basketsJThcy were guy Iv dressed suitable for the occasion nnd the children wry budges in honor of tht school Jilyj thrro wagon followed by vuumJUer of buggies and other vehicleifrflndu heir way to the beautiful and pie turexque scenery of Knob Lick Over the front wagon waved theI triumphant itira and Stripes and title party of merrymakers was composed of about 45 children andI 30 or 40 young people nnd patrons After arriving nt the the children had a nice limo playing on the Knobs and rambling through tho woods When at 12 oclock It bountiful dinner was spread under the suede of tbo pines on the brink Knob LICk when the children were railed from their plajj and hero both young and old enjoyed a nice ripast which hind been pro pared by the children and parents After dinner John J Coylo made several pictures of the school group and crowd as they were scattered on the KnoDs At 2 oclock this party cauieto the mines to view the many scenes of interest there Of course this greatly interested the children some of whom had never seen the like before and liens they received some instruction that will be of great benefit to theta The teacher tnado several views of the children and crowd at different places on the wines At 4 6 clock thie tired but happy and goodhumored crowd started for home Ever one reached home safely without a single mishap other than a good shaking up and the lussofaJowllli rpln8 The sentiment of tho entire crowd indicates that the trip was a splendid success and may it long be remembered by those that at tended And may we ever remem ber the splendid letnonado made by the teachers mother Mrs Jennie B Shrout ONE OF TOE PAKTX i On account of the change in our firm we will for tho next few weeks sell 4000 of our 8000 stock of clothing overcoats ladies jackets dress goods and shoes at cost We have a large tiDe of the above Woods und this sule comes Just in Time to lay in your full and winter vante DKKTON DAY It Hilliboro Ky tThe Outlook and dally Louisville Post one year for 385 f 1 a Tnt HLUFUUASS Rcamx The following is a somewhat abridged article by H F Ilillenuiryer in the souvenir edition of the Lexinyton Herald The glories of thoBluegrass have so long boon sunK and told that to those native horn acceptance is of faith nut reason But the opinions ventured that the rank and file of dwellers in this chosen land do nun clearly know the whof its abounding riches Time writer is Uttered at having been ueked to tell the writers of this special odi ion of The Lexington Herald why this land is famous what the rca sons of its fertility and bounty IIundyet is reasonably for price ob tamed The writer is only an A B Cn teacher and wants to hike mitt his confidence those who like himself Innk on the grout big world arid wonder how it WeB mllito The earth wns once a molten lUllS and of cotirSrt water and every lii rug that Would Yolntilizu under heist was hold in the air We know that it wasI niolien by the fact that fused stone is still thrown from its center It juts wariuir in regular gradation aa we go down A indited atone IKS no shells no cones or any evi deuce of animal or plnut life while a deposited aecrctionary one may bo literally filled or made of theI remains of ouch life In tho lapse of time tho earth cooled and water fell mud remained there because the rock on which it fell wits not hut enough to boil it anti turn it into steam again to be held in time air And wh tt terrific rains there must have been in those days when nil time water was held in the air und the earth was not quite hot enough to boil that fulling But little by little the crust grow thick er mid colder and moro water re mained and of eoursctho air grew clearer The Scriptures say the Out went forth Let there be lightNow as tho earth cooled and time writers could rest on its surface just like tho dove on the olive treeof course time light v Inch was strong before could cut through Justus it tines on these foggySeptember mornings after tho vapor hns been condensed With revert nee for tho Scriptures lot it be soul that light clime not by any edict or fiat but for tho reason that enough water hind fall en to permit it to shine through The first gathered water is known as the Silurian ocean and the shellbearing creatures that God made or that were evolved ut once went to work to determine thick own destiny There is no question about the real life of these shells They are found in every Bluegrass stone There they are Just as conclusive a proof to us of their existence as Fridays footprint in the sand was to Crusoe that there were two occupants of lila island The purpose of these seems to have been to remove from tho water potash phosphorus and limeThese three thingu nro the backbone of plant and animal life but they do not contribute particularly to the purity of water These shieR creatures of course died settled to the bottom and with sand and such other detntud as tlowa into the sea oven at this day formed the layers of the rocks just na we now find themWhile the waters through their life were being purifiedother agen cies were the air of impu shies just as prejudicial Choke dump will snuff out animal life very quickly but it is the province of tree life to breathe this foul air fix tbo carbon anti expire oxygen the very kind of life all high animal life needs Thera was landand water in those days just asnowfor the remains of both kinds of life arc in the rocks While each sue cessive introduction of plant and animal life presupposed purer air and water and the possibility of still higher development the Silur inn ocean remained in part at least and its occupants wore busy storing away the great trinity of rAi SEE US- FOR CoatSuits RainCoats Cloaks Skirts Furs- 1Goodpaster Co- OvingsvHIeKy elements which is the hope of both kingdoms of life While the agencies were at work other internal and external powers were moulding and shaping the crust of araiAgworld Moun tains of grinding ico were carrying along rocks and boulders leaving scatIinvited upheavals and cataclysms which today we view with awe but which covered many parts of the globe with the inert material ofadead past It is by reason of these awful upheavals and contortions that one flails the variable fertility soils Some micro made of the reuiiina of life and death is but the beginning of some higher HfeSnmc wcro made by the fury of nature from material that has no capability of life and these are dud now us then The devonian carhoniferousrept- ihian and mammalian ages counted their untold eons each in someway making preparation for the coming of the keystone of the arch but during all these ages this little Patch that is time of Ken Lucky was a sea bottom gathering the riches that had been scattered from the first Then came some Titan revolution lifting ttoncrowning altitude nnd making the nppoi unity to accomplish its purpose The gifts of nature aro sown to tho winds but it is true that the liSt shall finally be first While other parts of the globo were basking in sunshine and elaborating mighty trees and animals we were beneath the rolling waters making though lowly tImings tho possibilities of the highest life when tho world should finally be completed Our lot was btimblebut wo escaped tho grinding ice and flowing stone We were first formed to the gathering waters winrein were made creatures to harvest the diffused bounty of all time earths riches when the enrth was yet in its cradle How lunge that ocean WilD is not known Just a little spot about an hundred miles square was lifted from the depths and through the decomposition of tho rocks that represent time lifo of all these ages is formed the marvelous soil of this wonderful soil It is not a dead soil matte of fused rock but a soil made largely from tho remains of living creatures The two kingdoms of life are interdependent nnd on the death and destruction of ono is buililed mother better nnd higher The rocks of tho Bluegrass are hundreds and housands of feet thick and are capable in their dis integration of maintaining soil of perfect fertility for countless ages We way deplete it of mine diately available plant food but with a little tine anti judicious di recting of natural agencies it can bo restored for it contains within itbelf the elements of its own per petual rehabilitation Tho escape of this small section of the bed of the primeval seu and its lifting from the depths is a miracle On tho face of the earth a better or more enduring tract of landcannot be found It was not originally held by any one tribe of Indians It was the favorite hunting grounds of the Delawares Wy andots and Slmwneen from the North and the Catawbas the Cher okeos and Creeks from the South It was a land so rich in all tho things needed by tho primitive arid nomadic man ttiat while coveted by all it woe the possession of none When the white man at tracted by its possibilities came to participate in its riches he became at once an enemy common to all these tribes They were agreed among themselves that it was a land too good to be tho possession of any They wore also perfectly- Iagreedtha t no alien taught enter to whIch was too valuable to the keeping of nny Then began a war on these white settlers which lots no parallel in the animals of pionear r 5A BIAS GIRTH Blanket Cant Slip Wont Como oil Buggy Robes and Horse Blankets have till largest stock of itobrs and Hot sb Ijlankta over brought to this tMviu hay If bllllglltlteuS hlrrJBhiiikof Is tho best blanks tiiide Cottie ahd sue ino and svu money by luyiig log tile best Saddles Harness Uug y Robes Horse Blankets etc Special attention to ttiall orders EUGENE MINIHAN OwitigsviLk Icy f- tRACKET STORE We have on cm fall goods diiect from i Now York and so low you cant resist hilt t ing Black Sateen yd 12c Tilt Colanders IS j1 Linen Crash yd 10 87c tpd Locks 111510d 7i Cushion Tops 25 lOo Stand and 3 Lasts 30tf Yarn Ib- Shetland flOc Half Scion pr 15 lad Floss lb 75c Glass Mohms s Stand lOtf- 35bBoys Corduroy Pants pr Lunch Boxes 12 10 Stf Childrens Union 5u1ts725C Glass Bowls 10 5 25cLadies Union Suits 4 BInde Pocket knifs SOd Ladles Knit Corset Covers 25o Calf Wennors 29e InfantsShirts 20 ISo Mens Cotton Glovcepf lOtf Childrens Underwaist 20c Alarm Clocks 5 Composition Book fie Mens and Boys Koofspf 125 up Childrens Turn Gloves pr lOc Mens Slicker Gunt Costa 1 CASH PAID FOR EGGS EW HEFLIN ff history Why here dwell on all tho her rors of those early days It takes a man of nerve and grit to give tip all the comforts and amenities of an established commuiity and tempt tho dispensations of untani cd nature When the difficulty ol subduing the earth was enhanced by the fuel thut every tree and fall lug shadiiw unity have concealed at implacable toe anti subduing time earth wan coupled with the needed repulse of an everpresent and ncr crsleeping enemy how easy to un those aginstlthoband if there were such It invIt- ed only those of unfailing energy and dauntless courage Tho Mile rich soil has drunk tho blood ol heroes but the graves of the tour tyrcd dead with tim grass over grown are ever tha velvet steps of a lighted throne The children of this bloody land have inherited the priceless boon of thoir fathers sac rifice In every State of the Un ion to which the chainless spirit of these mens sons have impelled them to wander that same spirit baa given them prominence and predominance in tbe alFuirs of life and tbe struggle for mastery It is the history that makes every Kentuckian wherever he may be so heartily exclaim That is my tWit my native land And what aro the products of this wond rlus country made when the earth was chaos and and all her riches open to the first gath erer Is it the stately hemp rats ed by but two thousand growers in thut boundless empire measured by the side of two oceans and tbe rim of two seas Is it the broadened leaf that brings sucease to thought and cure Is it the bone of the patient ox thut first gave his shoulder to the glebe anti then life blood to the shumblen Here the silk of his coat nnd the matchless symmetryof his form are unrival ed In his race nt d he has stumped both in lines that shall never fade Does the renown of this land depend on the speed of its coursers Its sons gained entrance hero and maintained foothold by the virtues of courage and enduranc They are believers in tho slogan that the battle is to be brave and the race to the swift TinT ale ments that made such men made such horses In that royal strug gle which made a bondsman free the measurement of over fifty thousand men from this nod con tiguou ous territory demonstrated their superiority both in stature ard specific pravily over the men of other sections The sinew antI bone of men and horses count more than mere meat and their highest development ufo fotnd here To the men cornea superiority of body and mind by selection to tha ani mals superiority of bone nnd sinew by existence The BluegraBa region Js an un dulating plateau The mind never doubts winch way the water will flow for there is no telltale marsh to suggest the possibility of stag nancy Theta is no raalnria or slaw her We are hardly at the foot of any mountain range yot in eveiy alley spring perpetualfoun nine contaminated by nothing ex cent that which builds up in man and beast the best of bone and sinew Our abundant waters are of our own gathering and through the laminated limestone they slowly percolate to time foot of the hills e to foster by their impurities the highest forms of verterbrate Ufe And these lands that can not bo worn out that ate the abode of lordlittthat are watered by springs that never fall and by gC1ferous giving of the clouds yet abound in healthgiving dry jliege are of COUT C Valuable be i yond measure They have alwaytf borne arfargo price and hey always1 VriII for their intrinsic worth is not dependent on any fad fashion f or leuporary purpose They have within themselves time perpetual F 4 3ii 5 capability of maintaining without help the highest forms of plan and animal life Their value is flxd i by the endowment of God whit rUe permitted the first gatherers of lIla scattered riches to fill to the overflowing the bottom wf the prime val StatIt is further fixed bi titer miracle that a hallowed hand lift it from the depths in tbe full anti unmixed bounty of that giving that it might forever be a land joy to those that dwell therein 16DD GivonAa g4 4Christmas Subscribers for Subscribers to tho Courier i Journal i Ithe Weekly Courier Journal Henry Watterxons paper nants ter share the profits of this prosperous1 year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christ tnas presents ranging lroui3100 to 120 amounting 600 in allTher be foUr general presents of 9100 60 30 and 20 and sixteeoSpresents of 30 and42O to be given in time states of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas MlssouriVirgin ia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write to the Courier Sottrnal Co Louisville Ky fur I copyof the Weekly CourierJo rDJ al giving full drtaHtr U will b sent free I NOTICE T In the District Coort of the lfntteJcStates for tbo Eastern District of Kentucky 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OUTLOOK OUTLOOK tUB CO Publisher iOWLNGBVZLLE KENTUCKYa 1ACONFESSION little wife How years ago we two together c Saw naught but love Illumine life In sunny days or winter weatherth e Do you remember how we two 4 Would stare Into oath others eyes I Till all the earth grew heavenly blue And speech was lost In happy sighs 4 Do you another tiling recall thenOJWed stop to smile and kiss againla 1 Do you remember how I sat And reading held your hand In mine 1 J Caressing It with gentle patlyOne pat for every ble1 r lsU Do you recall while at the play Through hours of agony we tarried Lt The lovers griefs brought us dismay a Ohwe reoieed when they were mnr if rled wisAnd many a time the winter snow L lisa slipped from olive slopes of spring 4And now oh nonsense let us tell I A fig for laugh of maids or men i Youll hide your blushes Ill not Well I fthenW 1 Henderson In CenturyTh f A ROSE OF I NORMANDY I CHAPTER XVI COSTIKUED The governor came dally and strove peII sufferer Madame Bizard appeared fro quently too telling her of the outside world and urging her to a quick con Avalescence But somehow the desire to recover was lacking in the patient It was as though a spring had snapped ieDFrsEweet forgeUulness rather than tho determination to resume the weary load of life again But her release i was not to be and as she slowly be gan to regain ground sho found relltfI and her chlefest pleasure in the com 4 panionship of the nuns who nursed her Their life In Its seclusion and 4 usefulness appealed to her heart and grl the for a religious life erlJlion Her own existence would always be a blank and could she do better 4thanto fill out her remaining years In the service of God t He had evidently had a purpose In permitting her to e live almost against her will When she first told Frontenac of her decision he stormed and swore he would ship her back to France then as be saw that she remained unshaken In ber he fepci This was that she was to remain with the nuns for two years as a donnee or religious helper who has taken n vows If after this novitiate she still persisted in her purpose he would i offer no objection to her entering the Lsisterhood He loped that in so long a period events would alter conditions in France so that she could be sent home in safety It was indeed the Comte de Miron whom Renee had seen as she looked out of the window Tontis sword point in entering hjs breast had touched a rib and glancing upwards bad r wounded the lung Ussue severely barely missing the heart Th6 copious hemorrhage that followed wellnigh strangled him His faithful coachmaitha finding that he still breathed b 4 him to a house on the outskirts ot Paris called a leech and summoned one of the Comtes friends whose name he had given him before tho Mcs4ogetherthey combated the enormous loss of blood and weakness that fol tIlowed On convalescing his friend learning of the pings expression of satisfaction in the supposed death of the Comte hurried him away to anp estate in Brittany There they abode together for many months riding and huntingsicame dant went to Paris to see if it were sat0Tfor him to come to life again He re ibturned In a month with bad news r t One of the Comics numerous pecula tions in the state funds which he haiincommitted while secretary to Colbert i had come to light rendering it hazard oils for him to appear again in Paris or I even rernaln Jn France for If by any chance he were apprehended It would man the loss of his head According lYthey laid their plans and he wa Chil hurried aboard the next ship tha ft sailed for Kew France This happened to be the one on which Renee traveled tcI Both pit them seeking to escape ob servation seldom left their cabins Hence It was that each was Ignorant b d CF of the others presenceoBeating a a b Zafriend the Comte presented himself the palace immediately upon his ar rival Staying at the palace be soon DucheLb there tttat be met Madame Bizard wh 0m rhadcorna tp make her regular report thelatendanto of all she had learned teIft sever seen Renee and it was while o an errand for Duchesnofta that he ha caught a glimpse of Madame Bizards face at the window and remember ing her invitation to call had stopped t s Well supplied with money which he 3 d1spent carelessly he soon made many friends Seeing the Impression the 3t young man had made upon the suscep tibia M tfrae Bizard Duchesneau 4 urged him to continue in his atten tlopg hoping that the young Corntc i night be thus thrown with Lieut Bl Ay iytt tcndaflbefore long became coi 4fciousof a new force that was aidir Y5hisenemy insidiously undermining his e among many of his adher eats He was at a loss to account for- thl and It was some time ere he sus pected the stranger Finally several discoveries confirmed his suspicion i and tie realized that In the person of the young man there lay a useful ally atenlant and a dangerous i4enemyle himself lie was powerless to do anything however as the Comte although an acknowledged friend of Jnchesneau was still louder in hisa j professions of friendship and respect for the governor and the colony so FrO tel1C was obliged to bide hIs time BBlll by some overt act or word he 1Wtti3 lay falHaelt liable to legal In ttederellCe 3eralechte that he made became SS jpreat that the governor was des I41 t AtTeBltlj an audacious speech 0 4 r f tJf rj N if 1 i 1 t Bide by the Comte de Miron one even Ing was reported to him He saw his broughtberorenesses testified to having heard him boastlngly remark that there was nothing like righting ones wrongs oneself and that when the English cut oil the head of Charles L they did a good thing besides several utterances of a similar tenor He was therefore accused of speaking ill of royalty In e person of the king of England and uttering words tending to sedition The intendant and his followers in tho council did their utmost to protect eir ally but in vain Frontenacs ad hejudged betingdiscourage any others from taking up the cause of Duchesneau According pr thisonle to sprchteau there to beg pardon of tho king thence to the pillory of the lower town w hethfor half an hour then he was led back prison and placed In irons This ItTheterrible ordeal of the day had seen the ahoey had become great friends and the Comte was glad to find one kindly glanced The room in which he was confined was on the groundfloor of the Chateau Scarcely had lie thrown himself exhausted upon the bed placed beneath the little grated opening that admitted air and light when a summons at the door engaged his guards attention for the moment Just at this juncture the prisoner felt something drop on his chest from above and saw that a tiny parcel had been thrown la through the window He quickly hi gsr seEscapeworse In store for you You will find all the doors unlocked There was no name signed but ho recognized the w ritingmfaplacedan tedn nglyupon the bed near the door which was fastened upon tho Inside by an iron crossbar After their conversation be gun to stacked their arms lo afokfurther corner leaving the bed in a half shadow and eeded to aw shayhearkened to a distant clock in the ateau striking ten and heard the sounds of closing the building for the night as the Inmates retired Care fully he inserted the key into the lock of the Iron on his right hand which was freed then Into that of the left and It was liberated also Slowly he reached down watching with half dosed eyes the group of soldiers in the co arrnerwi inthdrewtters He walled impatiently for the clock to sound 11 and wondered what he would do If he found his Informa ti tooufalseInduce him to attempt to escape He w coouldstruck the players laughed guardedly at bound inseizedte shnDononly to find their prisoner freed and w B heforetonlshment he had slipped the bolt tho door swung open Speeding down the corridor he found the doors ttat barred his way were all unfastened He heard the shouts of alarm raised byree soldiers the last door opened night air he was freesThe nut day nil Quebec was astirI with searchparties hunting for ttescaped prisoner lie was not found The day after it was learned that adrne Bizard had disappeared alsos CHAPTER XVII SHOWS MOW CLOSELY TIlE FOR TUNES OF LOVE AND WAR 5IAV rBLIf the French had dangers and disturbances within the citadel of cede the protection of its guns werio bheagain From the southward it came creeping up In tiny patches hero anIt hoiselesslytr tieethe north Often two or more of these patches met coalesced then moved ahead again growing more wary as th sndunderbrush all the day and issuing forth at night to resume the brokenIjourney At last the outer a the pest reached the brink of the St Lawrence and peered furtively from Ifthen retreated into the darkness thereto skulk In fiendish preparation Along the shore it sped opposite Que bee and down the river towards theI sea One night the settlers heard theI coaninging of the spring rain and smiled andI thought hovr needful It was for theI nder growing crops But men n smile nor tend crops when theI theIscourge spread Itself through the miasmatic bogs hiding within the dark recesses of the virgin woods all ai lent mysterious noxious Then when all the clearings had been surrounded and the darkness of a cloudy nightI had rendered It a fit setson for things foul and infernal the pestilence lying dormant in the hidden places of the land awoke There was the silence of death wlth out no wind stirred the leaves the ery wild beasts had fled in terror leaving their haunts vacant an cia shudderSh n hightupon the darkness a savage yell broke the tension of the awful moment a womans scream pierced the very heart of nature a stream of blood gleamed near the flames edr plague bad come and the woods were filled with the flitting forms ofIhuman demons as the bloodthirsty Iroquois rushed to the attack After her recovery Henee bad sinn herself over to her new work with an enthusiasm that the nuns applaud ed Until she regained her strength she was kept employed with her needle Eventually she was permitted to carry out her great desire that of nursing the sick Soon the fame of LAnse the beautiful nurse spree J 4 4 f 4L tS t t yr P i 1 f through all the town anti many tales were told of her angelic sweetness by the poor fellows after their recovery She was kept busy with her merciful ministrations for tho hand of disease lay heavy on the place that winter and many settlers their strength reduced by the scarcity of provisions due to the crops failure of the previous season fell victims to numerous diseases and were brought to the nuns for their gentle care Often calls came from tho outlying se th LuoseThese were cheerfully answered by the nuns Henee going several times rself It was in to 01 tilesegged permission of Frontenac to go comte hesitated an Instant because the seigniory to which she was summoned lay some ten leagues up e river farther off than any previous ll had been Rut as there was no ecial reason for fearing Immediate ouble with the Indians and he could send a goodly party to escort her ho could not find it in his heart to refuse r urgent request The little settlement to which she went consisted of half a dozen farm each with a house of the farmer upon Ata spot centrally located was e home of the seigneur flanked with various buildings among which was blockhouse where was kept the pow r and other warlike munitions Including a small cannon This was built to serve as the last defenso against an attacking force About the group of buildings was a palisade with a bastion erected at each corner In times of trouble with the Indians tho families retired to this enclosure abandoning temporarily their homes The seigneur and his wife had spent tho winter in Montreal leaving affairs in charge of the head farmer Through improper management two of the servants employed about the seigniory had fallen ill with scurvy and were in ood chance of dying from sheer neg et hence the urgent message for help nt to QuebecviWhen Renee arrived there she found besides the sick men a couple of half grown girls two boys sons of the igneur aged 10 and 12 and an oldof an of 80 also the wife of one of tho rmers who stayed to do the cook FronIendants were scattered about on tho outlying farms with their families all hands at work as befitted the season Renee managed within a few days ter her arrival lo secure some order out of the confusion and her attention to cleanliness and matters of diet soon owed good results in the improved co ndition of her patients The little spare time she had for herself she usually spent in walking down to the landing place or strolling along the bank of the stream One afternoon while standing with the younger of the two boys looking up and down tho river while be played at skipping stones she noticed several times a sound as of the mu filed reports of fire ms Thinking it strange she gazed the direction from whence the noise came and was surprised to see a woman suddenly emerge from the woods and run speeding across the clearing wards the house The Iroquois she cried In terror Rcnees young s yehadingan instant seized her hand exclaim g Run mademoiselle run Hero come the Indians and as he spoke e saw some 50 or painted savages from cover As they sped tdIwards the gate the brave boy urged er on yet keeping a pace behind so as to guard her The distance was but short and the Indians seeing they could not capture them stopped and began to fire The bullets whizzed the ears of the fugitives but they heelealledl thenedsight There was little time to lose o after sending the boy to find them thsIany thairthey had been allowed to get She found that several of the palisades had fallen down leaving openlngstbrough which the enemy easily enter By this time the oy had returned bringing with him nly his brother and the octogenarian oth of them willing but feeble hands he soldiers and the women were not be found With encouraging words enee made use of the material slit ad and with their assistance soon aised the fallen palisades into posi on again She then dirccledone of e boys to fire at the Indians from the loopholes whlfc tIle other beat a drum violently She then went to the blockhouse where tho ammunition was and there found the two soldiers uddled up in a dark corner with tho omen folks one hiding his head tho ther with a lighted match In his hand What are you doing Renee cried I shall light the powder and blow us all up was the reply You are a miserable coward Leavi this place was her contemptuous COmmand Finding herself thus deserted of all expected aid Renees spirit rose throwing aside her headgear she sot on a mans hat and seizing a gun lIed to the two boys saying Let us fight to the death We are fighting for our country and our religion Remember that gentlemen are born to shed their blood for the service of God and the king I too am of gentle blood and will serve with you To Re Continued I cll Down tgnln Mr Makinbrakes was congratulating the hostess on the success of the reception Its astonishing he said to see how many nice people you have succeeded In getting here this evening though of course it isnt at all aston ishing They theyve gut to go some where you know andwell what I mean is thatas I was saying to that eUknown doctor over there by theer artificial palmI cant remember totone for coming hero even if because they really are surprisingly good Mrs ThompsonJohnson I mean and I shouldnt have said surprisingly either because when it comes to refreshments everybody knows you redont you think Parsifal is Just little too sombre Mrs Johnson Chicago Tribune Time Old Out A clergyman was preaching on the Parable of the Prodigal Son and when It came to killing the fatted calf be endeavored to heighten the Interest by the following touch Not a calf but time call tho old familiar calf that had been iu the family for years and years antI years Smiths Veekiya tw r r The Blessing at Bethel OUR BIBLE STORY by theHighway and Byway Preacher- Vision Between the Lines of Cods Inspired Word CopjrlihtHW5 hyJMEJwm Scripture AuthorltySo Jacob came to r which la In the land ot Canaan that He tliol he and all the peoplo that were with him And he built there an altar and called the place Etbethrl because there God appeared unto him when lie fled from e face of his brother Hut Deborah nurse died and she was burled beneath Hethel under an oak and the name of It was clffleil Allonbachutn And Rod appeared unto Jacob again when he came out of Padonnram and blessed him And God said unto him Thy name Is Jacob they name shall not be called any more Jacob but Israel shall be thy name and h called his name lsraeLGen 35610 Jl ES this Is the very spot and there is the stone which I get for a pillar aft er my vision that night and as Ja cob spoke his face beamed with an appreciative light and after a long silence during which his eyes drank In the old familiar scene he continued enthu elastically And It was right here In this hollow rock that I made my bed My how good that hard rock seemed after the hot weary journey of the day And Is this where God met you and talked with you asked Rachel soberly looking about her with quick ening Interest How sacred Is this place she exclaimed fervidly after a thoughtful pause and then added as she placed her hand lovingly within his own Tell me the story of thy sion again As I did years ago when we watered thy fathers sheep at the well he asked with a smile and as the flood tender memories swept over him he drew her close to his stile and told again the story of the night spent there so long before They had that day reached the memorable spot and having pitched their tents on the grassy slopes to one side arid as the sun had set and the cool aud quiet of the evening hour gave them rest from their labors Jacob and Rachel had walked out to ether and drawn by an Irresistible Impulse Jacob had sought out the place where nearly 30 years before he had passed the night alone Memory was quickened by each familiar object and with glowing heart and thrilling voice he rehearsed each detail of that nights experience while Rachel listened with breathless Interest She recalled how when she had first heard the story from Jacobs lips as she rested on the well curbing there had crept Into her heart a sense of awe and dread of the great God audi she had wondered how she would feel were she to meet Him as Jacob had It was hei- stfir serious thought of the true God With superstitious reverence she had bowel before her fathers gods but here was a God high over all Invisible t speaking and with hosts of angels do His bidding and that first dim ray of light had slowly groutf with the years and as she stood in tWit sacred spot It seemed to her she could almost see theangels and hear thcvolce God as lie had talked with Jacob A new realization and appreciation of God stirred her heart The old super stitious dread was gone and In its place there glowed a love and desire for the true God which she hud not known or fet before Looking up with the light or the new faith shining In fervidlyOh I ft the Images behind I wonder now the struggle which it cost to give eni up but oh how much more God as given In their place myloeHis wifes words struck a responsive chord in his own heart for there had swept over him like a flood the mem ory of how through the years as he had given up his own will and purpose and desires God bad given him more and more of His presence and bless ing They were enjoying a common experience and It drew their hearts together in a new and deeper bond of sympathy As I have heard you spqak of the God of Abraham and the God of Isaac and of thy God she continued earn onlybelongingnow I can say that the God of Abraham and of Isaac and of Jacob Is ray God and I anI so happy k rissedWhich encircled her waist pressed her more closely to him but In that sacred moment he spoke not a word They understood Heart spoke to heart In Its own expressive language which needs no Interpretation and knows no lack The return to Bethel had experience Insilenceof hat hour My love Jacob said at last half playfully wouldest thou linger here all night thinking to see the vision of the ladder and the angels theyturnedtheir tents there has Men vision of God in my heart this night which is better Surely the Chouse ot God hath been filled with Ills presence Yea responded Jacob as the dark outlines of the tents came Into view and the hum of voices and the bleat- Ing and lowing of the sheep and cattle broke upon their ears and let u w ghichwe will build an altar to our God and peopleThustruly the house of God and the gate of Heaven The next morning as Jacob was gathering the stones with the help of his sons for the building of the altar he told them the story of his vision Bete and of Gods word to him And this stone he explained as they placed it on top of the rude pile One of the surprises of the census taken this year is the largo number of persons who live alone In New York It was remarked by an official greatestloneliness nicipality of the Western world arid the statement was verified by the reports of the enumerators who found the city filled with thousands of un attached persons They live In board inghouses in the new skyscraplng ho tels In tire marry Broadway caravansa rice amlln hundreds of bachelor apartments and studios Of artists 0 Iii j t r Is the one on which I restrrt my bedthat night and which I set as a me mona pledging God that if He would bo with me and keep me and give me bread to eat and raiment to put on and bring me again to this place In peace that He should be my God And He has hasnt He father spoke up Joseph a lad of some 14 years who had been listening almost breathlessly as his father related the experiences of long ago And then without waiting for his father to reply he added Impulsively Anti Ho shall be my God too Well spoken my lad responded the father warmly patting him on the head Thy brothers here may well follow There thy examplefbinge and Jacob was too busily en gaged In tho preparations for the sao rifice to take note et tIre shadowiwhich passed over the faces older boys Already there was beginning to creep Into their hearts a feeling of towards the fIofing eye to discover the deeper affec tion which the father felt towards the only son of his belove wife and to have him held up before their eyes as an example made them angry And instead of thrusting aside such unworthy feelings and entering into the spirit of the occasion and the servO ice for which they were making preparations they nourished the evil prompUngs and hardened their hearts against the Divine influences and thus missed the blessing which might have here theirs But all joined In the solemn servo ice and everyone the wives and chil dren the servants and their families and the women and children who bad been taken captive at Shechera were present as Jacob offered the sacrifices of the best of the sheep and the catatle upon the altareEven the aged Deborah the nurse of Rebekali Jacobs mother who when she had heard that Jacob had returned to Canaan Insisted on making the journey to the place where he was sojourning was there having been carried up the rocky path to the place before the altar Jacob having fin ished making the offerings proclaimed to all assembled that the God fthom they worshiped that day was the only God the true God ot Heaven He It was he went on to declare who spoke to me In this place as I fled and said I am the Lord God of Abraham thy father and the God of Isaac the land whereon thou liest to thee will I give It and to thy seed and thy seed shall be as the dust of tire earth and thou shalt spread abroad to the west and to the east and to the north and to the south and In thee and in thy seed shall all tile families ot the earth be blessed And behold I am with thee and will keep the In all places whither thou goest and will bring thee again into this land for I will not leave thee until I have done that which I have spoken to thee of And God has done all that He has promised and will yet fulfill His word in respect to the Inheritance of the land Only feat God and obey Him As Jacob finished and the assembled people stood In reverent silence even the babes In the arms of their mothers seeming to feel the influence of the solemn occasion and stilling their cries the clear shrill voice of Deborah was heard saying Hear ye the words of Jacob Now do I understand the words spoken to Rebekali by God concerning Jacob saying that he should be stronger than his brother Esau Stronger in faith and mightier In power with God Unto him has como the blessing promised Abraham because by faith he has claimed it from God Ah that Re bekah had lived to see this hour Again silence fell and the people continued with bowed heads while the smoke of the sacrifice rose heaven ward All at once on the outskirts of the company a sob was heard and presently there appeared a Shech eniile woman with her two children a boy antI girl making her way towards the altar As she came before Jacob she bowed herself to the ground and then cried Gods blessing for all the families of tIre earth did you say May not that blessing reach even me May not the God of Abraham and of Isaac and of Jacob bo my God I would have my children grow up to know the true God Was there given Jacob In that moment the faintest glimpse of the per fect sacrifice which was to make one all peoplo in Christ Jesus Was It the consciousness of his own guilt and need and Gods mercy towards him Whatever it was Jacobs heart responded to the appeal and ho replied pointing tq the slain lamb on thealtarThrough tho sacrifice we all have acceptance with God If thine heart Is right toward Him He will receive thee Deeply impressed by all the stirring incidents of the afternoon the com pany departed and as Deborah was borne back to her tent she remarked to it has been good to be here God hath met with us this day Now shall my spirit depart in peace for mine eyes have beheld a foregleam of the promised blessing And that night the vision of angels was Deborahs portion and with the angels her spirit ascended to the presence of God and all that they found resting in her tent the next morning was the lifeless body and on her face the smile that was left there when she greeted her Heavenly visitors and gladly joined them in their upward flight And they carried her to the oak beneath which she had sat manytearsher and Jacob called the name of the place Allonbachuth that Is the oak of weeping and as he lingered POUtderlngperiences of the rast few days God appeared unto him and said Thy name Is Jacob thy name shall not be called any more Jacob but Israel shall be thy name and Ho called his name Israel longerJacobfervidly but Israel the prince oi God and art students alone there are said to be about five thousand a majority of whom are women A large percentage of the people In Brazil go barefoot except on Sundays and holiday More than onehalf the worlds rail way mileage is In the United States It la needed for our magnificent crop Determined to be up to the needs of her situation Chicago is erecting a eustory house of detention J STATE ITEMS OP INTEREST I ISSLOWLY DYING For a Week Editor Moore Has Been Unable To Lie flown Lexington Ky Oct 1J Charles C Moore the Heathen Editor and pub lisher of the Infidel weekly the Blue Grass Blade Is said to he dying at his ome in this couuty lIe is rom heart trouble and sufferlnI ports front his home say been unable to lie down for more than week and that what sleep he gets he s forced to take sitting upright In a chair Editor Moore has made himself a national character during the past few years by his writings on In and prohibition and his ideas concerning religion have on several oc casions resulted In warm debates with ministers He was convicted several years ago in the federal courts and sentenced to a term in the penitentiary for sending obsccnce matter through the malls but after serving several months In the federal prison at Columbus was pardonedTTHE DOC MASON FARM Sold To the Northern Coal and Coke Copf New York Mt Sterling KyOct HThe Northern Coal and Coke Co of New York has just purchased the Doc Mason farm on Camp Branch creek In Letcher county for 40 per acre TheaP ticresra railway extension It Is the pur pose of the company to build several coke ovens and open new mines A few years ago these lands were offered for sale at 2 per acre This purchase gives the Northern Co the creaniof the famous Elkhorn coal field DEAD ON BURNING RED Previously He Had Attempted To Kill His FamilyTHarrodsburg Ky Oct 12Peter Vandcrer a farmer In a rage attempt ed to kill his wife with a knife The womans 16yearold son came to her rescue and she escaped after suffer ing slight cuts Tho Infuriated man then got a revolver and shot the boy through the hand The mother and son finally sought shelter In a neigh bors house A short time after the house was found In flames and the neighbors who nished in discovered Vanderer lying on a bed dead with his throat cut A bottle of whisky anti a revolver were by his side HIS PARENTS WERE ANGRY After Being Wedded For Two Days He Strangled Himself Louisville Ky Oct 12 Because lie thought that his family and that of his wife would never be reconciled to their marriage Frederick Schurch jr 2G years old left the presence of his bride of two days and hanged himself A few minutes later his mother Mrs Carrie Schurch missing him from din nero went to the barn and found his body still warm suspended from a low beam under the building The Breckinrldge Home Sold Lexington Ky Oct 13Theres1 dence of the late Col W C P Breck inrldge on East High street was sold for his executors at public sale J D Wilson was the purchaser for 9000 D F Frazee bought the farm of B H Ferguson comprising 498 acres for 50000 Neck Broken In a Runaway Louisville Ky Oct HWhile on her way to the funeral of Fred Schurch who committed suicide Wed nesday two days after his marriage Mrs Charles Wittwer was thrown from a buggy in a runaway and her neck broken She lived only a few minutes Switchman Killed By An Engine Paducah Ky Oct HJames Scott an Illlnofs Central switchman of Pa ducah 47 was killed at Fulton He was on the rear end of an engine that was backing The air hose became caught In a frog and pulled the step ell throwing Scott under the engine Took His Own Life Covington Ky Oct 13Whlle despondent John Vogelsang 41 a farm er cut his throat from ear to ear Vogelsang resided on the Taylor Mill toad back of Covington but was stopping at the home of his brother inlaw Joseph GarllctIA Youth Indicted For Murder Harrodsburg Ky Oct HJohn Marshall 12 was indicted by the grand jury for killing Peter Crockett a boy of about the same age Mar shall fired several times at his panionsjust for funand killed the little GrocHett boy Hiccoughs Killed Him Covington Ky Oct 13 rAfter suf fering unceasing hl coughs since early last Saturday Taylor Herbert one of Covingtons best known c1lens passed away at an early hour Thursday morn ing at his home 1550 Holman street He was an old soldier Linemans Fatal Fall Lexington Ky Oct 13J S Run yon of this city who was employed as a lineman by the Fayette Home Telephone Co was killed by falling from a tree on East High street while repairing a broken wire To Build Gasoline Boats Paducah Ky Oct 13S B McDon nell of the north is in the city with a view of establlshlnp a plant here to build gasoline and pleasure launches Ho will visit Chattanooga before reach- Ing a decision Will Erect a Confederate Monument Glasgow Ky Oct 13The Charlotte chapter Daughters of the Con federacy at its last meeting deter mined to erect on the public square here a monument to the confederate soldiers of Barren county New Gas Company Lexington Ky Oct 12 Articles of incorporation for the Central Kentucky Natural Gas Co were filed here the IncorpOrators being E Strong Robert S Hampton John Tonkin Joseph Sheep of Oil City Pa and Jas H Hazelrlgg of Frankfort A Lexington Horse Sale Lexington Ky Oct 13Gao Saunders acting for Smyser Bros tAr den Ky has sold to David Shaw of Pittsburar for 8000 the fouryearold Lay filly Madge Wildfire by Berton dam Llndlithfow by Clay rTHE SHELBY CUTOFF Court Orders the L N To Operate Local Service sh lbyiI1e Ky Oct HJudge John D Carroll of New Castle sittings special Judge in equity in the Shelby circuit court In the case of the commonwealth against the L = N railroad entered an order directing and commanding the defendant rail road to furnish one each day Sundays cxcepted reasonable and proper fa duties for receiving forwarding and delivering freight and passengers over Its line of road known as the Cut ort between Shelbyville and Chris tianburg The L N Js given 30 days to comply with the order An appeal was granted to the court of appeals Judge n F Peak vacated the bench In this case for the reason thatmho Instituted xn IbonwealthANOTHER TO BE IMPANELED rial of Bowers For Murder Resulted in a Hung JurycgrLondon Ky Oct 13The trial of Virgil Bowers the negro for the murder of Ge Farris the wellknown K lenoxcircuit court here resulted In a hung Jury Ten of the jury were for the death penalty while two held out for life sentence The court made an or er for the sheriff to go to Rockcastle county anti summon 50 men from whom to select a new jury to try the case The men will arrive Friday afternoon and the case will go to trial again FRANK TEAVELL LYNCHED A Mob Takes Him From Jail and Hangs Him To a Tree Louisville Ky Oct 13Frankeavell colored was taken from the Elkton Ky jail by 120 men at mid night and hanged to a tree one mile from town Teavell had gone to theFhome of Mrs Ann Burrum night and insulted Mrs Burrum antIher daughter He was capture4 nesday and sent to Elkton The pegrq had a wooden leg which fixed his Identity Before being strung up Teavell ad mitted his guilt and sail he expected to be lynched Accidentally Shot Himself Eminence Ky Oct 12 Charles HIghchew 20 years old and employed on the farm of Mrs George Thomas at Bethlehem accidentally shot and killed himself In his room He had bought a new revolver and was ex plaining to his roommate that when the hammer was In a certain posi tion it was Impossible to pull the trigger IWilhoit Held To Grand Jury KpOct i2In the case of the shooting of John Sparrow by Sydney Wilholt the Jury returned a verdict that Sparrow came to his death by a pistol ball fired from thelhands of Shelby Wilholt case will be taken up by the grand jury In Independence pext week Died While Kneeling In Prayer Warsaw Ky Oct 12Mrs E J Sever while kneeling in prayer at the Paint Lick Baptist church was sud denly seized with paralysis of the heart and fell over dead The congregation at first thought she had faint cd and the revival services were suspended Saved From a Mob Louisville Ky Oct 13Charles H Greenwell under indictment for the murder of Martin Roberts at Beards town Nelson county was brought to Louisville and lodged in jail for safekeeping A mob had planned to lynch himsJohn Leach Aged 108 Years Shelbyville Ky Oct 12One of the most interesting of all the Odd Fellows in attendance at the grand lodge meeting Is John Leach of Lock port Henry county who Is 106 years old and notwithstanding his extreme age walked to Odd Fellows hall and registered with the others Elected Grand Master Shelbyville Ky Oct 13The Ken tucky grand lodge of Odd Fellows elected A W Clements of Morgan field grand master and W C Q Hobbs of Lexington deputy grand master On a Forgery Charge ML Sterling Ky Oct 14isaacS- tockhouse was arrested and lodged in jail here charged with forgery It is alleged he forged the name of A Sid Hart a prominent farmer to a check for 15 which he cashedc To Investigate Rallyvay Rates Frankfort Ky Oct 14 Definite de sweeping and gen eraihInvestigation of nit local rates charge by railroads between points in Kentucky was made by the rail road commission after an allday ses sion New Kentucky Postmasters Washington Oct 14 Postmasters appointed Kentucky Setter Floyd county Asa P dine Smlthvllle Bul lilt county Edward T King Stop Grayson county Susan E Jones Woodsonville Hart county Sallle Key To Blow Them In Paducah Ky Oct 1JAbout 250 men are at work repairing and getting into condition the old Coater furnaces in Crlttenden county which are ex pected to be blown in about November 10 by Dixon White Cx an eastern concern A Deserter Apprehended Ft Thomas Ky Oct 13Henry H Hopskl an alleged deserter from the 17th company coast artillery was ap prehended by the civil authorities at Paris Ky and brought to this post for trial by general courtmartial Fannell Nominated For Senator Versailles Ky Oct 12The repub lican senatorial district committee nominated Judge James B Fannell of Georgetown candidate for state sena tar from the 22d district comprising Woodford Scott and Jessamine coun ties They Feared a Mob Hopklnsville Ky Oct 12 Frank Leavell a onelegged negro who at tempted to assault Mrs Anna Burrus and daughter at Trenton Saturday night was arrested at Salubrla and brought here fur fear of the mob 1 w1L DOUCLAS 3L aSHOESw L Oduglas 400 Gilt edge L1n cannot bo equalled at any price laitIi l lWL WWA1Z14THAD t1flfl1VRfWla5tosayoasrwbcs if- WLJhougls339sboes have bythtres CaHcnt StyIs s517 fitting and sapedorwearg ftis cJeysd th iargt isle of 3J2 bo la the world They are lust goodLtkow that roeS you to 700the ear 4 Utbe II I could trice you tat y factory at Brockton Mass the tartest la v the world under on root making man S Ho oeL and show you th car with which every ls t Donglaa shoe U dyoawoBld max wky W L Douglas SJ5Osbaes an the hst 45Illahoc and la my factory and tkos of other makes you would understand why Douglas SJM shoes cost mar to auks why holJ rtstrshoe on th market today fMCAUTION Insist upon h Tto WtDon genuinsithoutWANTED A ihoe dealer In erery town vher WI Douglas Shoes are not Full line atsamplM sent free for Inspection upon raiffssfi srassrWritW1DOCGLAS Brockton MaM SICK HEADACHE CARTEISITTLE IVER I PILLS PILLS Positively cued Sy 1 these lattle PilU Tney also rellere Dts tress IrcmDjspepsls In digestion and T6o Iletrty Eating A perfect rem edy torDtalncs31anse Diwalness Bad Taste la the Vanib Coated tt- 1suePain hi thside F r regnisteSMALLniL SULLIOSE SHALLPMCE UARrERSIVER CtawiM Must Bear FacSimfls Signaturt REFUSE SUISTlTVfES jII ssHog Cholera I Send for Circular with Directions AaLL51flM615Al5uyt8dheIISlL t SCRAPS OF SCIENCE An Interesting hygrometer is madeay dipping a strip of calico in a so of one part of cobalt chloride 75 of nickel oxide and 20 of gelatins in 200 of water The strip Is green in fine weather fading as moisture appears Novel use of Roentgen rays is made by a Berlin company manufacturing 4 submarine cables The cables are tested by being passed over two eye pulleys over an X ray tube the screen f above showing any defect correctly Ji and with greater certainty than the resistance tests usually employed Small protuberances like drops of byNlaura plate that has been used to cover a dish containing radium bro mide Radloatlons from these pro tuberances showed no lessening after six months and it is inferred that par of radium accumulated around nuclei of aluminum to form a table ailpy- Electricity is fatal to the discern meat of certain colors Yellow and jpink two totally different colors look strangely alike by electric light Heliotrope Is also quite pink and sub tleties of shade are qnlteJoat In tT No light shows up shades aiolorsan wax candles did It is certain that all the modern artificial llluminants mix up colors and shades inextricably ind electric light is worst of alL Glass containing manganese is slowly turned violet by sunlight and Sir William Crookes has found that radium produces In a few days a col oratlon as intense as that caused by the sun in years F Fischer has now been studying the effects of ultra violet rays and reports that the light of a mercury arc lamp In a quartz ube gave a slight color in 15 ruin utes to four out of eight glasses and an intense violet hue in 13 hours The olor proved to be due to manganese silicate I COFFEE NEURALGIA leaves When You Quit and TTi Postum A lady who unconsciously drlfti4 2 Into nervous prostration brought on by coffee says j I have been a coffee drinker all my life and used it regularly three times a day A year or two ago I became sub ject to nervous neuralgia attacks of I nervous headache and general nenr otis prostration which not only in capacitated me for doing my house work but frequently made it neces sary for vme to remain la a dark room for two or three days at a time I employed several good doctors one after the other but none of them r was able to give me permanent relief Eight months ago a friend eng gested that perhaps coffee was the cause of my troubles and that I try Postum Food Coffee and give up the old kind I am glad I took her ad vice for my health has been entirely restored I have no more ncuraf nor have I hail one solitary head in all these eight months No i of my days are wasted in solitary son flnement In a dark room I do all my own work with ease The flesh that I lost during the years of my nervous prostration has come back to me dur lag these months and I am once more a happy healthy women I enclose list of names of friends whpcan ouchc for the truth of the statement Name given by Postum Co Battle Creek Mich Theres a reaion Ten days triai leaving off coffee and using IVituui la sufficient AU gre vera I c 5 c J q i9 r = 2CK3S 1cfT5 y r ip 7 i t2 ld f THE BUMPER WHEAT t 0YIELD OF CANADA 100000000 Bushels of Wheat from 4000000 Acres oi Land In order to securo the attention of the reader to any special article that is brought before the public it is often the custom to lead the reader on by the introduction of an interesting story until by one bold jump ho Is introduced to the subject that It Is desIred shan be brought to his notice i This is not fair to the reader and HJs not the intention to do that In this article It will discuss in the briefest way Western Canada and Forbthe past six or seven years the Gov ernment of the Dominion of Canada Westhern to readers of this and thousands of other papers throughout the United States The quality of the t nail was spoken of the largo area of fertile lands was discussed the pos sibilities of the country as a grain growing district were talked of and tho story of the success of farmers from the United States was told The story Is not yet an old one The two hundred thousands from tho United Stats who have made Western Can ada their home who have taken ad van tage of the 160 acres of land that the Government gives free to actual sets tlers are telling the story today to their friends They have proven the statements made through these col umns and by the Government Agents a They have produced from their land I twenty thirty forty and more bush els of wheat to the acre and netted profits ranging from three to ten and more dollars on every acre tilled They havo found the climate fully as good as they were told it would be schools were convenient and easily or I s1Iganized railways were not far dis tant and markets close at hand The social conditions were such as they chose to make them and law and v otorder were observed Many of them I bought land because It was lowpriced to and good and hundreds of cases could A be cited where the purchase price of the was paid out of the first crop eThwrtter knows of cases this year where1 the farmer as a result of the yield on his farm was put in a post 4l tion that would enable him to Increase his holdings three extra acres for every acre cropped and pay cash for it Js lit any wonder that one grows ienthusiastic when speaking about Western Canada T3ut what may be said of this yearI W rare now in a position to speak re Tho conditions throughout tManItobaand the new provinces of Alt berta and Saskatchewan have been re markably favorable Had conditions been no better than in past years there would have been every cause for congratulation We find though all 5i previous records broken and that from a four million acre crop of wheat there 14W111 be ono hundred million bushels 3 of a yieldor 25 bushels to the acre 1 Could anything better be desired K Covering the entire country tire same splendid reports are Wing received 3 The following dispatch was sent by e Mr F W Thompson Vice President of the Ogllvie Milling Co one of the most careful grain men in America Have just returned from covering several hundred miles of the crop district I never saw anything like it in this country before The average I yield and quality far exceeds our earlier expectations It Is an immense crop The weatner is extremely fa vorable Up to three weeks ago It was Mr Thompsons opinion that the crop would not reach general expecta tionsP W Thompson sends another tele 3 gram from Winnipeg tonight saying that his estimate of the wheat crop is now one hundred million bushels Before ho went west ho thought It 1 would fall considerably short of that figure thersrno making a i decision it you wish to better your condition or It you Irate a family of boys that you wish to become settled on farms It is a safe proposition to call upon the nearest authorized Can i adlan Government Agent and get par i llcularsas to most suitable districts and rallyay ratestFACTS ABOUT KOREA t The people are miserably poor S The country is aristocracy ridden Ganiejibbunds the soil Is very fertile Airthepeople are timid and peaceful handts eomeThe women are squat shapeless and vi ugly vr Its landscapes are gems winter or Vi summer The peasant Is bled to the limit of t enduranceThe retinue is gorgeous in silk and colors 4Justice Is bought and sold Officials placesthealthy and delightful all the year round Seouls mayor was chosen because of his skill Insorcery It is considered in natural beauty c the Italy oflhe orient 1A Taxes are farmed out like In France before the revolution t Korea hu fta religion Buddhism was dltabtIslet years ago The better cjass of women are never allowed to Appear ln public c Seoul the capital is mean and squalid beyond description Merchants who appear prosperous aro tortured until they make loans to the a nobility fc The king orders displays of devils 4 and performances of magicians for royal funeral r Save Newspapers i Save the newspapers Use them to wipe off the stoves and to put un del your carpets j 4 1 RAISED PROM A DEATHBED VJJfv J6r Pills Once Pronounced Incurable Ha Been Well Three Yearsw rVfr I ei EiE VUts 60 Huthaxvay St Skew xl eganMeY says Seven years ago c ibvbacli ached and I was so run down that I was laid up four months I bad night sweata and fainting spells arid dropped to 00 pounds The urine passed every few minutes with in tense pain and looked like blood Dropsy set in and the doctsrsdecide a I could not live fwIfe got tntt using Doaus Kidney Fills and as they helped mo 1 too k bert kept on and was cured Mi tlfoj ffoughly thatrve been wellthree years S61dby airdealers 50 cents a bo FosterMUburn Co Buffalo N Y It li if JI u F t i t1 11111 L 3t44 J I t C I Z r NEWS ITEMS FOR THE BUSY READER All Important Happenings That Have Recently Transpired Throughout the World EVENTS AT HOME AND ABROAD Crimes and Casualties the Movements of Government Officials and Other Interesting Events Culled Condensed and Noted In the legislative examination of in surance methods Vice President Gil lette of the Mutual Life Insurance Co testified that the Mutual Life Insur a lice Co contributed f40000 to the republican national committee last fall that In 1900 35000 was contributed and in 1896 15000 was hen for cam tpaignTho Merchants Association of New York through Its board of directors adopted resolutions calling upon the district attorney of Now York county to ascertain whether an Indictment can not be found against the officers of life insurance companies who have contributed the funds of the companies to political campaign committees On behalf of Thomas J ODonnell policyholdersCo W B Crisp wrote to Attorney General Mayer of New York state asking that he institute civil proceed orthesum of 92500 which they admit has been contributed to political cam paign committees In recent years It was admitted by the lawyers for the Armstrong insurance investigation that there Is a lot of evidence in hand relating to tho Prudential Insurance Co antI the Metropolitan which will bo made public within a few weeks George W Perkins of J P Morgan Co and vice president of tIre New York Life Insurance Co who recent ly testified before the investigating committee sailed for Bremen It has been decided that tho litiga tion over tho Western Life Indemnity Co Chicago troubles will be again taken up in court Railroad legislation was the princi pal subject of talks President Roose velt had with several members of con gress lie indicated to them that it would be the leading topic of his forthcoming message to congresslCharged with death of tenyearold Irene Klokow by administering narcotic poison Dr 011 ver B Hart was held to the grand jury without ban by a coroners Jury at Chi cagoThe startling discovery was made at Pittsbnrg that the Adams Express Co has been victimized to the extent of 100000 A Plttsburg bank delivered to the express company a package containing that amount consigned to a bank in Cincinnati Edward G Cun lUre who signed for the package has disappeared and tho money is missing- C P Barrett Adams express agent at Cincinnati paid tho First National bank of that city 100000 to make good the currency package which dis appeared in Pittsburgh Im only an amateur I guess said William E Braun in deep disgust as the doors of the county jail clanged- on him at Pittsburg He is charged with embezzlement of 9901 from the Adams Express Co and for the last five weeks has been in careful hiding Maj Von Etzel the German mill tary attache at Washington has been transferred to service on the general staff His successor is Maj Koerner formerly attached to the Prussian war ministry but recently on the general staffDaniel Mltchelson 50 and married was killed and Henderson Barns 40 also married was fatally Injured In the Wabash Coal Cos mine at Athens 111The trial ot Greeno and Gaynor charged with conspiracy to defraud he government In the carrying out ot contracts for the Improvement of Sa vannah harbor will probably take place during the November term of tho United States court for the Southern district of Georgia Mrs Roosevelt will accompany the president on his trip aa far as Roswell Ga Roswell will be the third stop on the trip being reached on Fri day the 20th From this station Mrs Roosevelt will return to Washington The Cuban liberals are planning the reorganization of the party on a basis which it Is hoped will include the lib eral nationalists whoso organization led by Gen Nunez governor of the province of Havana Is now fused with the moderates Maj Gen John R Brooks retired was chosen commanderlnchlef of the military order of the Loyal Legion by the members of the commanderyin chief The American Association of Bank era put Itself squarely on record as fa voring government subsidies for the upbuilding of tho American merchant marineIn opinion of Senator Long of Kansas who made the trip to the tar- east with Secretary Taft and party the greasiest need of the Filipinos Is freer trade with the United States Rather than face trial on the Indictments charging him with fraudulently taking money from the Weissel estate Armltag Mathews lawyer and secre tary of the county republcan committee New York committed suicide A big 2000000 paper mill at Menominee Mich was partially destroyed by fire just before midnight the loss amounting to over 100000 and Is partially covered by insurance J Aj Ericksen expresident of the defunct Second National bank of MI not N D on a plea of guilty was sentenced to five years in the penitentiary for making false returns The steamer Orinoco sailed from Colon for Jamaica taking 300 canal la borers to points in the West Indies Within the past two weeks about 600 laborers who had been engaged for work on the canal left for their homes Organizer F D Fennessay of the International Typographical Union an nounced that plans are under way for establishing a cooperative printing plant at San Antonio Tex to cost 100000 The object Is to fight for the state printing Hon William L Frierson democrat was elected mayor of Chattanooga Tenn by unanimous vote there being no republican In the field- SA dlspat h from HongKong say the British government has loaned China 1000000 pounds to enable her to acquire the American rights to the CantonHankow railway G i ci t t1 i 1 ro P 17 s 44- Joseph Ramsey jr failed complete ly In his effort to wrest control of tho Wabash system from George J Gould at the election of directors Not only was he utterly defeated In all ho undertook but ho was forced from the directory of the road and now has nothing whatever to do with its management in any manner O C Bailey chairman of the finance committee of the Peoria III school board was charged with malfeasance In office by the grand Jury following tho investigation of the conduct of former Superintendent N C Dough o ily who Is now In tIre county jail under indictment for forgery and mlsap proprlation of school funhcHeartbroken over tho closing of the Peoria National bank on account of the alleged defalcation of prof Newton C Dougherty its president Cal vin C Lines for 53 years bookkeeper and officer of tho bank died at his homeSTIre report of the bureau of luiml prallon for August shows that 63409 aliens landed during the month as compared with 59777 for August 1904 Tho greatest number arrived from Russia with Italy second and Austria Former Chief Justice Edward M Paxson 8U of the Pennsylvania su premo court died at his home In By cot Pa Death was duu to a compll cation of diseases President Roosevelt has decided to appoint William R Wheeler of San Francisco to the vacancy on the inter stato commerce commission caused by the resignation of Mr Fifer Heavily loaded with freight and with a crew of 25 men the steamer Elk while backing out from Vicksburg Miss struck a snaw and sunk In 25 feet of water From five to ten negro roustabouts were drowned Private Albert Laste of the 29th battery of field artillery was killed during the target practice at Ft Riley Private John Connelly and G Simpson of the same battery are thought to be fatally injured and others badly hurt Gen Bates acting chief of staff has detailed Maj Gen John F Weston formerly commissary general of sub sistence to the command of the north ern military division with headquarters at St Louis On the recommendation of Acting Secretary Oliver and Gen Hates act- Ing chief of staff the president has ex erclscd clemency In the case of First Lieut Louis McLanc Hamilton 14th Infantry a great grandson of Alexan der Hamilton Twelve persons were injured two probably fatally a score of horses were burned to death and property val ued at 65000 was destroyed In a Are hat demolished the LaSalle Avenue livery barns LaSalle avenue and Ohio streets Chicago The Missouri state building at the Lewis and Clark exposition was complete destroyed by fire Practically nothing ot the magnificent exhibit gathered by the Missouri state commission was saved Judge Day In the district court at Omaha dismissed the suit of Mae C Wood against United States Senator Thomas C Platt and the United States Express Co in which she asked 125 000 for services rendered nAmericanzucla may be settled by diplomacy while France In the absence of any diplomatic relations at Caracas may yet be compiled to resort to a shonof forcenTho government bill for the ratlfi cation of the Karlstad treaty which insures a peaceful separation of Nor way and Sweden was adopted by both houses of the Swedish parliament weelI189 the previous week 196 in the like week of 1904 203 in 1903 and 203 in 1902One woman was killed and a score of people injured three of them seriously In a wreck which occurred the Baltimore Ohio Southwestern n short distance west of Springfield Three coaches filled with pasengers were overturned Judge Eason who heard the divorce case of Capt Elmcro F Taggart against his wife at Wooster 0 ren dered otIS decision The court grants Capt Taggart the divorce and the cus tody of the two children Culver aged 11 and Charles aged 7 Although Mrs Taggart Is denied possession oi tho children she will be permitted to see them Sir Henry Irving died suddenly at Bradford Eng The death of the dis tinguished actor was totally unexpect ed Ho was engaged in a tour of tluIprovinces appearing nightly few days ago spoke at a public meet ing in advocacy of the movement for a municipal theater Sir Henry played at Bradford and returned from the theater to his hotel where he was seized with an attack of syncope dy ing at 1130 oclock Irvings last ap pearance was as Becket in the Lord Tennysons play of that name That the body of Sir Henry Irving the English actor should find a resting place in Westminster Abbey appears to be a very general desire By reason of what appears to be dir satisfaction with the Philippines Luke E Wright governor general of the Philippines and president of the Phil Ippine commission will retire from that position about December 1 At Niagara Falls N Y John Holli day and his wife are dead and their grand son Harry Holliday is expected to die from arsenic poisoning Mrs Holliday used arsenic in biscuits mistaking it for baking powder The Bourso Gazette announces that negotiations aro in progress with Am oilcan bankers looking to the floating of a loan for 500000000 roubles Judge A G Brandner 60 commit ted suicide at his home In Kansas City by inhaling Illuminating gas He grieved for the death of his wife Brandner attempted on three different days recently to kill himself at the grave of his wife at Onaga Ian by taking morphine Capt Iluraljl and four of his crew of tho fourmasted schooner Harry A Berwlnd were murdered in a mutiny while the vessel was bound from Mobile to Philadelphia Three negroes all that were left on the boat were captured and placed in iroaa The tragedy occurred near Cape Fear bar Three deaf and dumb girls charged with shoplifting were held to the juve nile court Chicago The two younger prisoners May MacGregor 12 and Hattie Buetow 14 claimed that thefts were committed at the instance of ma Lundquist 17 Further imperial thanks are given tq Count Witte in a rescript published and high tribute is paid to the serv Ices he rendered in the conclusion of peace with Japan A pool of the box board manufactur era which Includes all of the mills ot the paper board association In th 0 States has been consummated Half a suite back from the bntry six miners are imprisoned perhaps dead In the mine of tho Clyde Coal Co Froderickstown Pa Tho urine Is on fire and the belief is general that tho entombed men can not be reached in time to save their lives oven if they are not already dead The appraisal of the property loft by Joseph Jefferson the actor who died last April In Florida as flied in the surrogates office New York shows that he left real estate In New York state of the value ot 115000 and personal property estimated at 21520 John Newton Williamson congress nan from the Second Oregon district convicted in tire land fraud cases by the federal government was sentenced In the United States court to serve 10 months imprisonment and to pay n fine of 500 One of the strangest disasters over In which five persons wero WCJt overboard to their death an other injured so badly that death fol owed and in which over 30 persons were seriously Injured occurred on board the Canard line steamship Cum panla when a huge ocean wave crash ed down upon 200 steerage passengers on the ships deck while the vessel was 1000 miles cast of Sandy Hook on route to New York from Liverpool Important subpoenaes for former of ficials of packing companies said to have been consolidated Into the National Packing Co and for former officials of the latter company were issued by federal officials at Chicago Wilbur Flske Studebaker only son of the late Peter E Studebaker promi nent In the carriage business died at a private hospital in New York In his 50th year from nephritis The New York National baseball team won the championship of the world by defeating the Philadelphia Americans In their series of seven German emperor will be pre Rented with a silver punch bowl by the German warrior and veteran societies of North America on the occasion of his silver wedding February 27 next The bowl will be partly of Indian design and will cost 5000 Two earthquake shocks of unusual duration and affecting the whole is land of Jamaica were felt at Kingston The first shock was on Thursday even Ing and lasted nearly a minute The second and moat severe lasted for a minuto and a half There was no dam age to property The contract for granite and marble work on the senate office building has been let to the Vermont Marble Co ot Proctor Vt for 510000 and for tho limestone work to William Dradlcy Son of New York for 136000 mok Ing a total of 1046000 for the entire stone work Gov Wright cabled from Manila that cholera has practically disappeared from the Philippines Dispatches from Panama state thai there has been no yellow fever on the Isthmus so far this month Secretary Taft will time his visit to Panam to be there November 3 the an nlversary of the separation of Panama from Colombia President Roosevelt has decided to reappoint William B Ridgely ot Illinois controller of the currency at the expiration of his present term ext summer Mr Itldgyly is a sonla law of Senator Cullom Miss Frances Pell daughter of the lat p Mr and Mrs Alfred Pell and iece of J Pierpont Morgan was mar ed at Highland III to Maj Martin ArcherShee later of the 19th Hussars British army Five firemen were Injured One prob ably fatally and property valued at j 130000 was destroyed that demol- Ished the fivestory brick building at Chicago which was occupied by Po drasnlk Klapperich Co wholesale dealers In paints oils and wall paper Deeds were recorded with the county recorder at Plttsburg Kan transferring 4657 acres of land in that vi cinity to the Concordia Coal Co rep centlylncorporated n Delaware Gould Is believed to be back of tin company Seven new cases of yellow fever were reported at Natchez Miss and six of these are white patients Miss Mary Chamberlain daughter of one of me most prominent citizens of tho ChamberialnberYellow lever report at New Orleans on tho 15th New cases 9 total to date 3314 deaths 3 total to elate 431 new foci 2 under treatment 143 discharged 2740 A comprehensive denial Is given offi clallyof paragraphs appearing in the German press to the effect that Baron Speck Von Sternburg Is likely to retire from tho post of German am basador to the United States on ac count of delicate health The Chicago Nationals won the fourth game out of five played in the post season series by a score of 10 to 5 thus winning the championship over the Americans The Polltken says it learns that Nan sen the Arctic explorer will be appointed Norwegian minister at Wash- Ington The steamer Corwin H Spencer which under different names had been In the Mississippi river trade for the last 16 years was burned to the waters edgo while lying at a dock near Jefferson barracks St Louis Gen William T Clark of Washington D C died in St Lukes hospital New York ot cancer of the throat He was 74 years of age Wm M Ivins who acted as counsel for the Fassett legislative committee in 1892 and was a city chamberlain under Mayors Hewitt and Grace is the republican candidate for mayor of New York city Insane through jealousy George Wise 48 a farmer living a mile and a halt southwest of Dorr Mich cut his wifes throat from ear to ear with his jack knife and then hung himself in his barn It is announced that the South Sharon Pa tin mill wll be started up about November 1 affording employment to 1200 men The sheet mill formerly running only part of tho time is now operating steadily Mrs Annie E McKinley widow ot the late Abner McKinley was married very privately in Baltimore to Capt John B Allen of Tampa Fin Forest fires are raging near Calumet Mich and have caused a loss of 100000 Two hundred men are fight- Ing the flames The Northern Lumber Co has suffered great damage The Cooper Exchange bank a state Institution in New York city was clos ed by order of the state banking de partment No reason was given by the banklqg department for its action The annual meeting of tho stockholders of the Erie railroad was held in NwYork The action of the man agement In purchasing control of the Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton rail was was apuroveyl THE WAR AT AN END Emperors of Russia nUll China Sign Peace reaf3ci The Date For the Exchange of Pris oners of War Between the TwooGovernments Has Not Yet Been Fixed St Petersburg Oct 16Spencer E Edtl the daffaires a fotly informed the foreign office that the emperor of Japan ratified the RUSSO Japanese peace treaty Saturday The French minister at Tokio at the same hour Informed the Japanese govern ment that Emperor Nicholas had sign ed JTokiowith Russia went into effect Sunday The text of tIm treaty was published Sunday afternoon St Petersburg Oct 16As a gen ence at Portsmouth and the resultant peace President Roosevelt was the first person to be notified by the lisa sian government that Emperor Nicholas had ratified the treaty As soon as the emperors signature had been affixed to the Instrument and before tho treaty hart been brought back from thForeignwas sent directly to tho president Official notification by the French gov ernment according to the foreign of flee followed several hours later when Count Lamsdorf hall completed the rat ification by his signature The date for the exchange of pris oners of war has not yet been fixed Thomas Smith vice consul at Moscow sent to Medvhl several thousand rou bIos which had been received from Japan for the Japanese prisoners there THE PRINCES REMAINSt Their Removal Caused Demonstrations In St Petersburg Mfirstiwff as head of the government of St Petersburg demonstrations on a large scale took place here the occasion be ing the removal of tim body of Prince Troubetskoy to the Nikolai station for shipment to Moscow Students work men and spectators gathered in thou sands in the streets and demonstra dthroughcitys main avenue The crowds and tho processions wcro several times nlicesequences Tire most serious injuries reported arc those sustained by twchmen who were slashed with COW WRECKS A TRAIN Five Men Were Killed on Iowa Cen tral at Seaton III Oskaloosa la Oct 16Flve train men were klled at Seaton III when a heavy double header freight train eastbound on the Iowa Central raillroad mu into cattle on the a speed of 20 miles an hour Both locomotives and eleven freight cars loaded with grain and lumber were piled in a heap beside the track Brakeman Morgan was driven into tIre earth beneath the end of a box car Fireman Driley was found dead but apparently unwounded beside the tan gled steel of the locomotive Engineer Summers was caught in the cab of his locomotive and cooked by steam and water from the boiler He lived sev eral hours although large pieces of cooked flesh fell from the bones Died at the Same Hour McDonald Pa Oct 1GBorn on the same day and in the snare county living their entire lives side by side 3Ir and Mrs August Weitzel died here Sunday afternoon within an hour of each other They were each 07 years old Tenth Anniversary Celebrated Joliet Ill Oct 16The tenth anni versary of the founding of the Prison Volunteer League was celebrated at Joliet nIngtonmade an address to 1400 convicts Eleven Villages Destroyed stilitiestars and Armenians in tho surround trig districts and bands of them are firing on each other In villages Two Armenian and nino Tartar villages have aDcady been destroyed Will Grant Advance in Wabes Fall River Mass Oct IGIt U understood In manufacturing circled that within a short time the Fall Klvo cotton manufacturers will grant an ad vance in wages to the operatives of whom there arc now upward of 26000 MARKET REPORTb ICATFLECornmonHeavy steers 4 4 85 CALVESExtra 7 25 7 50 HOGS Ch packers C 50 5 53 Mixed packers 5 35 5 50oSHEEPExtra 4 4 65 LAMBSExtra tlj 7 40 FLOURSpring pat 5 25 t 5 WHEATNo 2 red 89 81vCORNNo 66yOATSRYENo 2 71 HAYCh timothy 13 00 PORKMess 17 25 LARD Steam 7 62i 7 75 BUTTER Ch dairy 15 Choice creamery 23 APPLES Choice 3 00 4 00 POTATOESPer bbl 1 75 2 00 TOBACCO New 5 00 13 00 Old 450 14 75 Chicago FLOUR Winter pat 5 10 5 20 WHEAT No 2 red 85 S- 7No3red 7G cJ 83 3 5314OATSRyENo2 G9crGI1 70 PORK Mess 15 70 15 75 LARDSteam 730 New York FLOURWin strts 4 00 0 4 25 90VoiCORNNo2OATSNo2 mixed 33 34 RYEWestern 74 PORKMess 17 50 18 00 LARDSteam 0 7 65 Baltimore WHEAT No 2 red 83 f 83 CORNNo2 mixed 58 CATTLESteers 4 00 4 5- 0SHEEPNo 1 250 300 Louisville WHEAT No 2 red 88 CORNNo 2 mixed 57 OATSNo2 mixed 29 42 231 PORKMess 12 00 LARDSteam 7 25 indianapolla YJCORNOATS No 2 mixed 28 SHE Snit IT IN LATIN Of Which Language She Knew Quite as Much as She Did of Greek YOTIdtyaiiprclienioit as to what the strikers euhandsmanagement might fail to do i ascnpcm n the Sulnvny and elevated roads felt therhl1IdllIn the nervous tluong descending one morning from a Ninth avenue elevated station was a woman whose pretentious and inappropriate attire tn- rmed a Sherlock Holmes even before she o her nmutii that she was another lalaprOIAsand her feet touched the solid ground the anxious look that her face had worn changed to one of relief and satisfaction My she exclaimed to the persona round about mcbby you think I aint lad to git my feet on terra cotta once orel Avoiding the Wrinkles di luvcnt hada taken in ten rears remarked tire conceited man with a flourish Whats the matter chirped his friend Still having them strmuk oft of the same old plate Detroit Free Press 4An Honest Opinion SpecialThatfor manylivesD S Colson a well known resident of aythatopinthatcured Speaking of the matter he saysoI am only too happy to say goodIBtoppcJitmedicine All Sciatic and Rheumatic pains arc cased by Uric Acid in the blood Dodds Kidney Pills make healthy kidneys and healthy kidneys strain all the Uric Acid out of the blood With the cause removed there can be Rheumatism or Sciaticaf A countrylived woman who move to he city can never understand why her near neighbors do not spend more time talking over the backyard fence FOR WOMEN uch That Every Woman Desires to Know Is Found in CuticuraICuticura Works onthetCIIISingIIITonlingeakcmnltdicbargescliings irritations relaxations displace peculiutoaffections as anaemia chlorosis hysteria and debility You never found any girl taking conso atioir out of the fact that the reaeon she as freckles is because she has a delicate wnpbexionN Y Press inIaiiileSamuel Ocean Grove N J Feb 17 1900 Good Enough Evidence Teacher Of what country is the rhinoceros a native WillieEnglandOh snakes you think 1t01 mClcelandIt is asserted by some physicians forI the oM fashioned nightcap is a cure insomnia but they fail to say whether must l c of dry or the wetgoods ortIlaitirnore American Dc man dat pays his tent reglar said Uncle Eben dont git near de credit dats comin to him fob bein a financier Washington Star Keeping others from making money teems to give some people as mUCh pleas ure as making it themselvesN YriI THIN BLOODWEAK NERVESI One Follows tho Other Hams Pink Pills Quickly Cure Both The steady uso of a particular set of muscles tends to chronic fatigue which produces faulty or difficult motion pamlysioWritersstresses aro among the classes most threatened in this way with the loss of their power to earn a living The following instance shows that nerve power cutirelylostO S Bluckstcn of No 684 North Bow alan street Mansfield Ohio says II For years hands would become o numb nt times that I would drop- nything I attempted to lift Later they because bad that I could not sew scarcelydongbt the pricking sensations would come on worse than eves and my hands and arms would pain so that I dreaded to go to bed My family doctor gave me some nerve tablets They helped me a mUD but only for n short time after liad taken them and if I happened to be without them for a day or two I would FinaUyIand began to take them II Tire result was surprising By the ime I had taken the last pill in my first ox I conld see a pain Thanks to Dr Williams Pink Pills lam now all right can sleep undisturbed by pain and for wo years I have been as well as over Dr Williams Piuk Pills feed the nerves by making new rich blood andI in this way have cured nervous diseases f every description from simple rest lessness to paralysis They have ban shed the tortures of neuralgia the weakness of nervous prostration the disability aud awful pain of locomotor ataxia They are all druggists or direct by the Dr Williams Medicine Company Schenectady N Y 7 i FROM GIRLHOOD TO WOMANHOOD 11 f t rInteresting aoRwnrLEMLL i1 fr Every mother possesses information which is of vital interest to her young daughter Too often this Is never Imparted or Is withheld until serious harm has result ed to the growing girl through her ignorance of natures mysterious and wonderful laws and penalties modestyftenphysicians as they so often withhold their confidence from their mothers oughttocritical period slugg1shposition to sleep pains in backor lower limbs eyes dim desire for solitude anllfriendsaid and remember that Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound will at this time preparo the system for the coming change anti start the menstrual period in a young life without pain or irregularities girlsandgratitude for what Lydia E Piukhams Vegetable Compound has accomplished theLydiaLynn Mass followingwill be read with interest Letterlam j of T 25 Cts I I I I I I cold B wind coat I i when windy a rain coat when it rained I I I comfort out or your sucker tban sxy ouarticle that I ever owned tis ttaii aidreM of th wriUr pf fll I iiiUtl Miff Buy be bad ea ppUcatloa Wet FAIR 1904 I A J CO BC8705 CO Limited CA91DA II III POE 25 18x25 inches of the which is now on exhi in tIme Union The is will be mailed to any for five cents The was 12th of the most of the Civil The to burn the on the cut off the Con sent free W L G P A St Loots ache and as I have heard that can advice to girls In Dear Mrs Second Letter It Is with the feeling of utmost that write to you to ten you medicine has done me in regard to my several doctors but they my case and I did not any benefit from their I your awl took Lydia B and mu now and well and all the ym which I had at that time hare lMills IlL Miss writes as Dear Mrs Beforetaking R were lar and I But since taking the mires havo left me my regular am getting strong and c am tolling all girl friends what s has dono for Borman Farmington Iowa 4If you know of any young girl who is sick and needs advice ask her to Mrs at Lynn Mass and tell her every detail pi her ando kiiep back She will receive advice free from a source that lias no rival in the experience of womans ills and itwill it pt her on the right road to a E Vegetable Com holds the record for the of cures of female ills of any that the world has ever j i Well if it AND REPEATER SHOTGUN Carefully inspected shells the best powder shot and wadding loaded by machines invariable for the superior ity of Winchester and cr Repeater Factory Smokeless Reliability and penetration are determined by scientific apparatus and practical experiments are THE SHELLS THE CHAMPIONS PRICE otziierraffUIfOIIOWeThS qvllbaRsbBrineltoMontanawith torPommel bedand IlagHIGHEST AWARD TOWER usaT- OWER CANADIAN GENERAL StLouisRailwaylithograph famous engine GeneraLs Depot Chattanooga Tenn picture ready framing and address twenty General DigShantyWestern Atlantic Railroad April ConductorV excitingthrilling exploits War object the raidwas Western Atlantic Railroadand suppliesAupon application DANLEY Nashville Ry- Nathrillc Tennessee condition Pam JOquawka Pinktairi gratitude valuable understand consulted wrotoyou advice treatment WoouIlVegetable Compound Myrtle Oquawka distressing disappeared Matilda Borman maJPinkham Finlcham follows Pinkhama Compound monthlies dreadful headaches always entirely Compound TCguJ Pinkltttn Vegetable Compound rnoMathda motherly address PJnkhnm nothing absolutely followed strong healthyandlmappywomanhood Lydia Pinkhams pound greatest number medicine ItLYdiaWINCHESTELEADER SHELLS which give results account Leader Loaded Powder Shells pattern They SHOOT WORLDS CENTS Chattanooga symptoms ANTIGRIPINEIs GRIP IAD COLD HEADACHE AND NEUfiALIIA ttTItJP W DUmcr X D f orClIIIaI wnittngyouMyrtioMills MaaufaclurcrSpnnjWTeW F16a00 an Acr8JCAKADAi the amount many farm rs realize from their wheat Cfop thil year 2S Bushels to tbeAi c trill be the Average Yield ot Wheat The land that thia wa grown on coit manW j c the farmers absolutely nothiiig while those who wished to add to the 160 acres theOoTemrflM- grant can buy tied adjoniug at from S6 to f anaCre Climate splendid school conreniiil railways close at hunt taxes low Send for pamphlet 20th Century Canada snd lull particulars regarding rate etc to SUPERINTENDENT OP IMMIGRATION Ottawa Canada or tothe following authorized Canadian Government Agents II M WILLIAMS Law Building Toledo 0 Umltar this paper FOR WOMEN Ircubledwith ills eczi1iar to ofVESTESN wilt tacit sex used nsA doaa it sumloair use ceufol ThoroutUfCleuseikilliaiiMMeenn stops disdiarjei Seals nf1imm UQn and aorenets caret leucoxxhce And natal catanb- Putine U in powder form to be dlisolred la pui water and U far more cleansing healing eennieiad and economical than liquid anUseptet to all TOILET AND WOMEJf SPECIAL WES FotBleatdragUtsCOcenuatoz Trial Box sad nook ol InstructIons PTM THC fu FUTON COMPANY ovron MM Beat Conch Syrup Tutea Good1 U IIIIMlI1kIEi4 AN KK 2O96 CONSTIPATION AND STOMACH TROUBLE AISOLUTELY CURED I consider Mulls Grape Tonic the very best medicine I have ever taken My stomach was in such a bad condition that nothing tasted tight and small amount of food that I was able to eat didnt seem lo do any good I became so nervous that sleep was impossible My strenrth gave out and I became exhausted and completely run down I then commenced to take Mulls Grape Tonic and by the time I had 6nished two bottles ray health returned I now relish my food and can sleep as well as ever TillS IS MY VOLUNTARY TESTIMONY jMRS D CIANELLI 404 S Joliet St John lit JaiCtionBlood Poison SKin Disease Sores Pimples StomachTrouble Dyspepsia Indigestion Sudden Bowel Trouble Diarrhea Cholera Etc Nervousness Insomnia and Kindred Diseases You have no right to suffer from constipation or anv of these diseases There is no necessity or excuse for it There is one harmless cure and only Oneforthese troubles and we are going to give you enough free to prove it Cutout the common below and we will nive von absolutely free of charse a battle of 1 MULLS GRAPE TONICthe troublesMULLSby putting the whole digestive system in a perfect strong healthy condition It does not shock and weaken the organs a3 purgatives and physics do and thus aggravate the trouble and make a bad matter worse Its effect is to build up and restore and not tear down and destroy It cures the disease by putting the digestive organs in a condition to overcome it Such a cure amounts to something iLis perfect and permanent physicsYou i as soon as you begin its use That is why we let you try it free CUT OUT THIS COUPON 0215 FREE I2S Isend Ibis coupon with name and address and your drnggUts aims for a free bottle of Mull rare Tonic cvmUpation Cure awl luaus runner taMuuvs GRAPE TONIC co 147 Third Avenue RocK Isl md III NUalytheflmbouleaonulnsnearIyilireeilme3tbeCOctlre drue stores Theceanlnehas a number eumped on lbs label tike no other trees your drugIi I 0 I At J t ttp a I L J I r IPt yod4 11oJ 5iLkif VG 1I r Lteflc i Y f Tt I cFMLf Ji1Tl I OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OUTLOOK PUBLISHING co1 43pOWINGSVJJJLE KY hI SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE pAddress all communications to 4lr TUE OUTLOOK Punusuiso Co or to t JOHN W UoNAKtK Owingsville J1yii Subscribers desiring change of address should ys she prciol1 address when writing 1 Correspondents when out of sta tionery should mention fact un a 3 pparatesjip of pnpr tt Nii commission Is allowed to any 5 S body on subscriptions THE OUTLOOK is sent one year- for one dollar eix months for sixty oentp three months for thirtyfive cents t f TlIUPvSDAY OCT 1J 1905 I 4I ==TOE ballot system is a failure I r i because under it the will of the ma 1t J jority of legal voters is so often de 2 f feated No elections were stolen t under the viva voce system Iot RKKOKMEU hnog the New York District Attorney iIioha Demo yi crat will have to tight Tuuiumnv nominee for reelection The 4Iqoils politician has no toleration fur the reformer who reforms ScotiTon BOUGHUM angered by criticisms of his two figures of9 female angels intended to adorn iPthe New Catholic cathedral of St s John in New York City smashed flii tho sculptures He couldnt con reive of an angel in the form of a male which is hnrd on the men f 4 WTUE chief argument of tho sup of the ballot system is that a i iMoters would be intimidated under I tue viva voco system That is not so bad morally as the hypocrisy tho Ajsnmovoters are forced to practice r the ballot system The voter tawhof U 69 weakkneed as to fail to suffrage according to bis honest convictions deserves scant consideration fAoi1ti aLfltG trial of the ballot system I of voting has destroyed the peoples ei t belief in the honesty of elections i r They firmly believe that when un I rq11seruptIlohI8 politicians have the they defeat the wilt of ttIthemajority of the legal voters if 4 to do so is nececsxry to curry out 1theirpolitical schemes This de rt state of afFairs can IIP remedled by returning to the viva Jz voce voting system WALTER R GILLKTTK Vice Pree ident of the Mutual Life Insur ance Co icotifled that his com 3Ipan contributed 15000 to the campaign fund in 1890 35000 In ISIM and 40000 in 1904 The New York Life con fessed to a contribution of near ly 50000 in 1004 And the policy hoderfl11 whose pretended in tjtereet this was dono belong to all USDER the ballot system the man who cells his vote delivers the goods because being without pnn iclpk he lots no interest in the dec beyond what isis vote brings him tt lieu he has skl his ym- jhrtjiy and sentiment so far as ist capable of either are enlisted fir k the candidatu for whom he Is palu to vote If the truth could be fe known the probability is that not one floater in a hundred fails to vote as ho in paid to vote MATORMCCtELLM Ims been nom mated for reelection by tho Dem ocrats of Now York WmRHenrst l who was a candidate for the Dem ocr tic nomination for President at the St Louis convention last year when Parker was nominated has been nominated against McClcIlail by the MunlcipalOwnerehipLeaguo hearst while professing tobe a Democrat is really a PopuloSo I ciallft and likely will draw to his Sltsupport allot the Populists and in the metropolis If by any possibility ho should be elected J it would create consternation 1q t PBESIDRNT MoCoaov of the Mu t t ttualUte InsuratceCo says n life 4 t insurance company Is not an Institu- i tlonfonuded to make money fur policyholders but Is n great phllan le throplc and eleemosynary enterprise founded to spread its benefits over t the earth Still some folks have con w cluded from the testimony brought f oat at tho iuyestlBation that It was ariln3Jit tlqnlou11edJoclarge tho policyholders tho maximum of priCe t i1wsforthe minimum of service wbllo at the name time tho officials their 4i families end particular friends tolled the grain oil the traffic VouldbarIn- cldimfuIlycorttrlbutingt e vaSt sums ttTcontrol elections hnd briber legislatures anti doing other tlnnsa as t princes of high financo that would land ordinary thou within prison walls CAPITALISTS of Oil City Penn have formed a corporation and will c Ji to nrktonco piping natural gas from Menifea county to Jit i SterHrijfWinehealor amlLexington s for fuel nnd lighting purposes An i other companynf Philadelphia cap t Italists haspyrehaged the interlir rbn electric railway lines and Iran cfiisea radiating from Lexington e1thoughuut the Uiuegrass section lid will complete toe system Tho Lexington Herald gives the uCor a eiga capitalists a most 00 rdI al- t1coEeiathewords j V Come you are welcome Your frost hall be justified You shall fee treated fairly neither city k epuatjTj Stato nor citizenI will treat you unjustly or because i jau are strangers take advantage fairlyiVdF L popular sentiment favor you That lithe right spirit As the lifra l Hyfe the opportunity was k8tUcy brains and ia 1 0 l5 ht tJ r t4J t A f t ri t f t tI 1 5i tt t to i ji t fZ1tiTIf tt vhrJtr iIpSJt j hr lPv AI capital If wu havent the courage to do things ourselves atlcast give others our hearty good will to do for us CORRESPONDENCE Licking Union Too Cogswell went to Salt Lick Saturday Mrs Ella lacksoi was In Salt Lick Saturday Billie Onpswftlla family of Snit Lick visited huro last or last week tin psoli Alfri y nnd family invcd into M P Wiliiumn house last week propertyheWilliams MrH Eva Rash who his been poorly for so lomr is nile to sit tin and walk from one room to another Craicsi- Mrp Will Tom Sexton remains very sicj Urn Dawson preached here Sunday evening Arthur Rogers solda sow nml pigs to Richard Ferguson for 12 Mrs Lizzie Craig nod daughter Miss Nina visited Mrs Dallas tones Monthly loe and Roy Wright worn guests of their grandparent F P Warren and wile Sunday Wm Craij and wife were guests of their son Josh and family on Prickly Ash Sunday Pat Toy and utile daughter Sudie of Plat Creek visited his brother Wiu Toy Sunday- A T Ham filled his regular ap pointment hero S turdny night and Sunday at 10 oclock Slate Valley Espy the utile son of Dee Rud tier is threatened with croup James Clark of near Bald Eagle wax the guest of Sam SUults and familyMrs A R Coye visited her daughter Mrs Dee Rudder one day last wetk Mrs Laura Knsb started Mon duy to visit her daughter Mrs Charles Warren at AshlundI James Nixon and wife of near Sharpsburg visited the family of Mrs Nixons uncle Sam Shutta and wife rt1rs Joseph Snedegar and child fen of near Shurpsburg visited Mrs Jaiuef Snedegnr and Mrs MelUsa Snrdegar last week J Elder Dawrons meeting closed Sunday night with eight additions Wu hall a good meeting and it is to be hoped there was much good dune Okla HCGregory la better of his sicknessSome tobaccit was stripped here last elkiA few ftirtuers here bavo begun cribbing corn DuilUy Fawns purchased a horse of lulUs Den ton lor IOT v nmesGrlgorYIICVlImingitln week Ed Vice left Saturday for a visit with his brother W lund family of CincinnatI Miss Mnud ManIuyofVyoniing visited Misses Carrie and MayVice Saturday pIit and Sunday Z T Grain anti wife spent Saturday ni8litand unday with Ed Dentuu and family of Hillsboro Dudley Fawns and wife oft lem ing county visited the lattore sis tor Mrs lames Denton and family Wednesday night and Thursday Upper White Oak Several from hero went chestnut hunting Saturday Misses Clancy Arnoldand Luzie Swelnam spent Sunday at J F HorsemansThere bo services nt White Oak Sunday by Bro Gordon of Lexington Well wo had winter last week but hope we shall have warm days before tbo winter king comes to stayElder James Miller and wife of Lexington spent Friday night at II M Butchers nnd went chestnut hunting Saturday and spent Sat urday night returning Sunday to Peoled Oak Miss Annie Bailey who had part of her limb lost lost in the recent accident at Preston returned home Saturday from the Lexington St Josephs H09P itll90rBrrrecovered that she con walk very well wittj tho aid of crutches We are glnu to say she stood the trip well Grange Cit- ytk1IIavens is dangerously illi James Traylor of near here raised a pumpUn which weighed 70 Ibs Newton Johnson and wifo wero callers at Dr A W Jones Sunday afternoon Protracted meeting began at Fairvicw Church near here Satur day night Miss Mary Outright visited her cousins Misses Della and Ollie Da via at Sunset last week Aunt June Eden went Sunday to jrfeit her grandson A N Donton and family at Uwingsville J M Newman and daughterMise Ella Graham attended quartery mooting at Hillsboro Saturday Mrs John Rawlin s Tif Bath county is attending tho bedside of her grandfather AL havens Mrsw 0 Phillips and Miss AJdie Newman attended quarterly meeting nt Hillsboro and visitcdO B Denton and family Arthur Wailer wife and daugh tel Mary Blanchcof Flemingsburg were gtieseof IL R Walon and family Saturday and Sunday 12t i 1 t tCft T 0 0 Hillsboro Charles Hawlings and son of nour Bethel were hero Saturday McKoberts fe Xiumierinnn cnl l to AJ Doyle five steer calves fur75 J B Selby and wife went last Wednesday to visit thcirHtlllRnhurt- ftnll wife nt Irvine Estill county W J IlenneRsey of Hrookfivillf was bore Wednesday in the Interest of his candidacy for Commonwealths Attorney IwillllidresPlains Friday Oct 27 Ji hn Call bough IIfJ M Denton 13 fat Image of S R McRoberts 10 if Frank Train 9if J aCrnwford 6 that averaged about 250 Ibsut 185 per cwt S A Diiwd anti bride returned homo Saturday from their bridal trip to Cincinnati fheywill go to housekeeping in the residence vacated by Elder It Jones Were glad to welcome them as citizens of our little town Wu extend to them our congmtuliiiionH and wih them a long lifo of prosperity rind happiness Olympia 1 W W Ponlx is very sick Born to Clyde Young and wife Oct 32 a IrlIDr Clark wont to Mt SterlingMou tIny on business Sill Halt and Arch Hovnrmalo loft fur Illinois lust week Mrs Emma McCluin visited Irionils nt Mt Sterling last week Little May Swnrtit U very sick also little Vesto Hunter U ill- slrsArilmurltarnesolPrestoimvisit eo frl ncls here Thursday Will Peiilx and J T fooro return ed to their coal mine last week Mrs Bill Clark of Preston visited her her aunt Mrs Fate Costlgau Mart Jackson and wlfo of Preston visitoil J O unIt one diy last week Mrs Jennie Jackson visited friends nt Lexington from Friday until Sun dayMisses Corn Spence nUll Colin Mc Carry visited friends at Preston hue Wtek J Knne and wife returned homo to Louisa Sunday after a weeks visit herr Mrs Elizabeth Wells was the guest of friends biire boforo alto started down South to her son Bijje hurry Ball Dock of Cincinnutt vltilied huts niiitlt riiiluw lIrsli W Tlmnpson last week Mrs Maggie Tboinpsou and two sons Clyde andUobert returned bomit to West Virginia after a two weeks visit lucre Upper Prickly Ash Several from Ire attended Court at Mt Stirling Monday Mrs Charles Harper went to Stepstono Sunday to visit relatives Miss Jennie Gudgoll visited ro latives near Mt Pleasant several days lust week Rtiitiie Carter of Mooros Ferry visited his brother Alfred Curler Saturday and Sunday Davvsou Tupp nnd family spent Sunday with Robert L Goodpa tcr nnd wife on Salt well II A Lyter went to Berry Saturday to visit his brother James Lyier who is dangerously ill Miss Ellle Tackett and Master Willio Stone visited John Taukctt anti fatuity on Flat Creek first of tho week A G Shrout took his school children for an outing Saturday Thoy visited tho Oro Mines and nyb Lick The day WnS lovely and all had a delightful time John D Stone wife and little granddaughter Nellie Boyd of near Carlisle came last Tuesday to visittimeir son It L Stone and wife Mr Stono returned homo Friday Mrs Stone will stay several days Salt Lick Mrs J M Pierce is visiting In exington f Miss Liza Brain of Farmers was hero Thursday The furnace that has been put in at the Christian Church is about completed Elbbrt Johnson moved from tho parsonago to Mrs Manns property on High street Frank Nutter nnd family leave in a few days for West Virginia whore they may locate W C Harper and wife visited relatives hero lost week before re turning home to Cutlcttsburg The Ladies Aid Society of the Chi istian Church will servo lunch and oysters Nov 7 election day Mr Parker and wife of Mooros Ferry and daughter Mrs Isaac ISliouso are visiting relatives in Kansas Rev Roundtree tIme new pastor of the Methodist Church preached his first Hrrinon lucre Sunday and tbe people seem very much pleased with him Died Oct 13 of old ngeFielding Green of upper Licking river Mr Groen leaves besides time aged wife ono son Iohn of this town and numerous other relatives to mourn their loss Mrs W R Stephens has been suffering greatly for several days with sciatic pains in her right hand und arm extending up into hef shoulder Nothing seems to givil her relief so far Died Oct U 1 membraneous croup Charlie second son of Win Jones and Wife neeCrellthAlfrey The little fellow was aged about 3 years rind had been siek only a short time The burial occurred at Jones burying ground the fol lowing day To the parents and other relatives wore extend sincere sympathy Vis hard to break the tender cord When love bus bound the heart Tishnrdsohardto speak thewords Must we forever part Duaest Chnrlle wo havo laM time Ih the peaceful graves embrace Hut thy memory bo cherished Till wo see thy heavenly face 1 Odessaj Born to Sam Hawkins nail wife Oct 5 a son- Villiuiin J Phelps bought a pair of 2 yearold woik mules from J M Richards for 225- MurctiH W Baiioy of Lebanon Ohio arrived last Friday to visit relatives und friends G Gudgull sold two good spring lucifer calves luct week to I N Powoll of Fuuviuw for 25 fromIness Mrs Thomas Stephens returned last week from a protracted visit with her children in Illinois and Missouri Nelson Bear and wife of near Poplar Plains were guest 01 the bitters brother W 5 Purvis and wire Sunday Dr Jones und wilt returned Sat urday with Miss Annie Bailey from St Josephs Hospital Lex ington where Miss Bailey had been since having her tout cut till at Preston Station four weekago Sho is now doing well und is utile to get around on crulchod Miss Lucy Vunlandtngbnm who got hurt at tho same time at Preston that Miss Bailey was injured is in a bad condition und is doing no good at all in tho wayof improving Stoops Mrs Nannio Byrd has returned from Lexington Tobacco is stripping out fine in this neighborhood The small child of Will Kissick has been quite sick Ralph Sochreet loft for Hack berry Oklu to reside A considurablc amount of corn has been soul at 2 per bbl J M Stull has been visiting rel atives ucur Spencer several days The trouhlti with most of us is we nsk for more than we can give A reputation gained by fighting is usually one that will do us no goodThe trusts arc all right just as long as you trust themto do their worst Wm KisRick sold 12 lungs to Sid Hart 8 at 5u per lb and 4 ut4 GO per lb IjlIiuklltlln Hack Shrout has rented a farm near liitldville Clark county rind will take possession March I 1906 Mrs Kir Jackson und Misses Helen and Minnie Jackson of Qw ingsville visited Thomas Warner and family Sun lay Mrs S M Wurnor nnd son It R Warner returned Monday from a visit to relatives in Vormillion county IU J M UigstnlF has now truck gas on his Springfield farm Tin fumes are pouring from time well very strong anti It promises to be very productive gM well Judge A A Ilazelrigg Ditno cratic nouiineo fur County Judge and James L Rub rsorHpIHlhli1 nominee forJailerwcre wlmopin up things In this neighborhood lust week Both claim theyre It Tho protracted meeting closed at Springfield Sunday iiight This wus a very successfulmeeting as about 80 were converted to the Musters cause nearly all going into tho Presbyterian church It Is to be hoped that Urn Baylcss will come back again soon as be endeared himself to tho people of this communityStepstone Mrs Maggie Carpenter visited Frank Brown and family the past week Mrs Ella Gill of Winchester P visiting her cousin W TThouipson und family Thos Vest anti wife of Morgan county are visiting W GCarpentor and family S P Steele and wife spent Sun day with Buck Ginter and family on Forgo Farm Leroy Estill and three sisters spout from Saturday till Monday at Olympian Springs Richard Garrett Jr end family spent Sunday with Peter Hart and family on Forge Farm A number of our young people spent Saturday at Pilot Knob antI report having n fine time II C Gillaepie and wifeof Little Rock visited his cousin C B Reid nod wife from Wednesday till Fri day Geo Keffer of Grayson spent from Saturday from Tuesday till brothorinllawMrs Cling Harporof White Oak is visiting her brotherinlaw VA Conner and family and her sister Mrs John Alexander Sr und family Mrs W SQtisonborry who had been at a Lexington hospital for a week and who returned home last week is not doing as well as well expected she being down with fover nowp II D Blevins bought tho old B F Myers Sr farm here at public outcry paying 303 tor it in two utymente While this was very high still it was well worth the givesiSeveral from this place attended church at Howards Mill Sunday and they brought the news back that there was to be a big box sup per there in the schoolhouse next Saturday night for the benefit of the church and Sundayschool Chas Carpenter and his mother Mrs Da icl Carpenter of Bloom ington Ind arrived Sunday night to visit bcr brother Uncle Shelby Goodpusttr and Comilon Salt Well This is the first time site lias made hi ui u visit for 33 year Springfield Joe Foley is very sick with ty phoid fever Miss Anna Bromagcm visited at 11 t PleiiHant latt week Owings Lane bought four cattle from C K Suuithens at 4c Miss Maggie Thomas visited her sister near Judy Saturday Mrs J J Mark of Owlngsrillel vieiled her mother last Miss StoHa Kismckof Stoop visited Miss Mamie TurncrSundiiy Miss Ella Dickens of lllinnip is visiting her sister Mrs 0 S Broom ii gem Will Knox nnd wile of nearlJey noldfville visited M Ill Smothers Sunday Miss Pearl McCluin of near Reynoldsville is visiting Sties Lu tie Stuulliers Miss Pickett Mctculfe of near Owingeville visited Mrs J L Barclay last week Miss Mabel Smathersof Mt Ster ling visited Miss PearlTuylor from Friday till Monday Mrs Gorrell of Owingsvillo was a guest of Mrs Robert Coylo Suit urday and Sunday Samuel McClure wife and children of Nicholas county visited Mrs Sarah Tuul from Friday till Monday Flat Creek Somo of tho farmers stripped some tobacco lust week James Sloolo sold u yearling call to Richard Tupp for f27 Miss Pickett Metcalfo visited npr Springfield last week I Mrs Leo Steele was tIme guest of Mrs Same Smoot Sunday T3arrol Steele was tho guest of James Steele Friday night Brother Henry Adams is holding a protracted meeting ut this place Mrs W M Clark of Preston is visiting her mother Mrs Costigtui Miss Mary Snedegar o cnt Sun day evening Kith Miss Mary Steel Mrs Will Garner anti Mrs Mid tax visited at Judy Saturday and Sunday Mrs Chums Myers null children were guests of MM Alfred Steele Sunday Miss Annie MrQuithy and Juices Robbins iittun tutl church nt this place Sunday Mrs Maddox of Fliuiilngsburg is visiting tier dnughter Mrs W M Garner this week Rchurd Thomas and wifo were time guests of iclutives and friend at this place Saturday and Sunday Mrs Eliza Manley returned home last Saturday after pponijing several mouths with her aunt Mrs Wes Hunt of Bourbon county Miss Nannie Steele of Citicin nail went to On lug villc Sunday to spend several days with her sis tee Mrtt Suruli Jackson of Ovings v ill e Crooks We are having bcnutiful weather Farmers are nearly all dune cutting corn Mrs Pink Williamson of Oaklu honm is viaiting relatives here J O Hull und winf Olympia visited Mrs Will Limuster Suiuluy AIrs Jell Crouch of White Oi k visited relatives hero Satmirdutyand Sunday Peed 1 Latbram shipped a car load of cattle to Cincinnati Wed ncsduy Wilson 1 Hendrix shipped car load of hogs to Cinrinnati one duy last week Johnnie Mack of Clark county visited his aunt Mrs S V John son last week S H Johnson anti wife of Farm ers are visiting relatives Iiere and on Peeled Oak I Colo Jackson and wife of OIvrnN plO visited their daughter Mrs Joe Williams Sunday j tMrs George McCormick of tho Olympian Springs visited friends hero Saturday und Sunday The sick nro all better except May Nixon anti Uncle Jim William son they both remaining quite sick Rouben Denni nnd wife nf Mcni tee county and Mrs Clay Thomas of Clark county visited Clyde Fur gram and wife Friday rind Satur day PUBLIC SALE As administrator of the estate of Abraham Hendrix deceased Iwill on FRIDAY OCT 27 1905 offer for sale at the old home place on the waters of East Fork of Flat Crook on the Owingavilln fe Sher burno turnpike about 3 miles from Sherburne and 4 miles from Roy noldsvllle the foilowi ng a named propertyjoinlly owned byAbraham and G W Hondrix six work mind brood mares two yearling fillies one3yeurold fillyone aged gelding two work mules three suckling mules 10 mitch cows five feeding cattle 4 yearling steers yearling hollers 4 fat heifera 8 suckling calves 24 hogs 18 stock shoats 31 sheep 115 bu whet 250 shocks corn and fodder 2 stacksoats 14 bu seed oats 2 wagons buggyand harness all farming implements Parties desiring to buy corn or oats should see same before day of sale as they are on different farms TerrnsAll sums under 10cash in hand all sums over 10 good note and security duoMarchllOOG Sale begins promptly ut 930 u m F P HENDRIX Admr Chas Peters Auctioneer All The NCWSf Per Year RESOLUTIONS iIi TilE STATE DK VEUHMKNT CoNvasTmnslhieState Development Convention in session at Lfmievillu last week after de elding to meet at Winchester tliu next time ndjouriied Tho report of the Comitittcc ru RcHobitiuns 01 time Fourth StutiDu velnpuient Convontion us muilo through the chniriuun Judge WH Mutkoy of Covingtiin and tinuni mously adopted by the delnguies tiRpeuiblcd is as foIlUWjIYour roam limit respectfully reports and recom mends the adoption of the hollow lug resolutions First That it is time sense of this convention thit audi change bo made in the coiistitution ua will permit a system of tiixation more in barmiiny with the progress of tIme State timid utah time revenue laws nf the State now in force be amended itS to cure the existing defects anti encourage the coming of caj iot into the State Pursuant to the resolution adop ted hy the convention we name the following persons us a committee to mirgu upon time next General As pembly the passage ofit bill sub mitting such constitutional umend mi nt to the people and the passage of such net or nets us will under the limitations of tIme present Con ptituliott cure existing detects in the revenue laws Charles Carrnll Louisville 1 F Huger A lilnnd B T Tyler Hickman First District J K Robbins May Held Second DistrictJohn B Atkin son Turlington Third District M 0 hughes Bowling Green Fourth District C d Spalding Lebanon Fifth listrictW A Robinson Louisville Sixth District E S Leeb Coy ingtoh Seventh itrlctChUEl E Hoge FrankfurtEitflub District John D Good loe White Station Madison cnisn ty Ninth District Frank Powers Griiyoiin Curter ciunty Tenth District Jeff llnnnab Snotty Honk- Eleventh District Dr A Cnlliff Villitrmis1utirr Second Thnt we recnoimund that time chairman of the Execu live Committee of the State De velopment Convention be md be id lit ruby authorized to appoint comumtfe of live persons whue iluty it liHll be to request the Guy enter to recommend in his message to the next General Assembly the creation of n Bureau of Inforuia tion in the Department of Agriuul turv Labor anti Statistics and that wo urge the General Asseubly u its next Hestion to establish such u liii mcmiiihhuirdIhiit we recommend that every county in tbo State organize ilO irti mimi sneieties or cutupatiieH fur the lIdIIf attriuting Incally imini riiiits of the bsM class und fur securinjj in tiicb itumigruotf fair jUH and Jntruu truutliietit Fourth That it is the sense of this convention that the State Agricultural and Mechanical Gill legs hull rereivo the fostering care of the General Assembly to till end that it may bo fully mid quick ly developed in nil its departments and be enabled to keep pace with the best of similar institutions in other States filmThat w recommend the extension of our Fcbuol t ytem in order that the great mass of our com mm school teachers may be better fitted for the arduous duties imposed upon them by the estab liniment of State normal schools and wo earnestly commend consid eration of this subject to tIme next General Assembly Sixth That we recommend that the State Geological Survey be con tinned and umdo permanent and that liberal appropriations bo made for its maintenance in order that time natural resources of the State may be most expeditiously mind ef fectively brought to the attention of the world Wo also recommend that the chairman of thcExecutive Committee appoint committee of fivo persons to urge upon tie Guy ernor and tho General Assembly tho necessity of the euactmont o such legislatio- nSeventhThat wa recomment I the creation of the oftlco of Stun Forester to bo appointed by the board of trustees of time Stato Ag ricultural and Mechanical College whose duties among other timings shall be to examine into forest ant lumbering conditions of the cf Kentucky and to StuteI practical plans for forest me nt We also recommend the acquire nient by the Stato of a largo or tracts of Und at the headwaters of the principal rivers of time State to bo used nail maintained forest reserves under the direction und supervision of the Stale Forester for tim purpose of mining in time ro newal development rind perpetuar tion of tho forests of Kentucky and for conserving tho writer supply of tile rivers of the State Eighth That we recommend that time State Fair now provided for by law be permanently located that it be on a settle commensurate with tho importance of Kentucky and that time delegates to this convention shall on their return home agitate and advocate time question and have their Representatives in tho General Assembly instructed to the end Unit the State Fair be maintained on such linos us maybe best for the welfare and benefit of the State at large Ninth That we r quest theCom mcrcial Club of Louisville to pub ish in pamphlet form a synopsis of the excellent addresses nnd papers delivered and rend during this session of the State Development Convention with such other im portnimt II form utlon and statistics as It may think proper to inoorpo rate in such pamphlut Dud to fur nish at cost such number of cop iss as may he desired for circuhi V j IPoPJ j Virginia Screened btmif Ct- and Pluto Cannel Co A LiHVRIT- I3OR TELEPHONE p Ai ROSE RUN IRON CO 4 4i OLYMPIA KY t lion by each commercial club and by persons throughout time State Tenth That t lie thanks of this convention be Dud they lOre hereby extended to time presiding otlicers to time Commercial Club time Hoard of Trade ilicLouisville Automobile Club the Guilt House Companythe Louisville City Kiiilway Cumpnny the Louisville lint Nnshvillc Rail road Company tnd time citizens of Louisville Eleventh That the neXtGenernl Assembly be rtqneeied to eptnlilisli a State Hoard of Agriculture of which the Commissioner of Agri cultitre sliwll bo ex olllcio chairmin and the director of the Kentucky Experiment Station shall be nil ex illloio member arid that n liberal appropriation be made for the use of same in protecting the interest of agriculture in this Common wealthTwelfthThat the present bOlt be enlarged and PO equipped as to meet the requirements of our fur uiirr THE GKOWTH OF PATBIINAUSM Whether it be with appriuvuili r otherwise IK one urdiiinrily nbxei illlt cm fill to notice lliui u great change ieyding on ill the attitude of the average citizen of nil parties tnTnrd the GeneralUoverntneiit ItIn his estimate of its scope and functions At its b ginning it was simply im agency for time per formance of certain enumeruted duties net possibleor not convenient for the states to undertake nnl in time Mutes themselves the minor po litical subdivisions jealously r tllin dull tbe power needud for lo emil control refraining carefully on their IlIIrt from any invasion of individual rights runt essential to thu welfate ot Iho emuiuunit There resulted n decree of person frifiloui never before known Ho man would brooknny interfxgreire IIIII bis a truth is by Govern muon t mi- nistrictly legal ait r did any out think of appealing to iiny bra of the Government to aHsUt him in his liusine s or to settle Ins con trover sies There refulteil u ilevelopmcnt of self reliance unit i titilviui tint In itiative which produced u sturdy unit indomitable manboxj a man hood which looking for no assist ance beyond its own courage skil anti industry conquered the auvag ep subiliiid the wililerneH mid guve to a vnst soil productirc continent the benetits of education and civil zation With the dope of the Civil War came an insensible aggrandizement of tho powers of thu Gencrnl Gov ernment Industries began to asia fo fostering care and protection und the necessity for vast revenues enabled them to secUre aCqmliescesuei in their demands limo accuiuula thins of wealth brought enervation und iiulo by little a decided drift toward paternalism set in Wo seldom stop to realize how far it has gone At first the expectation of governmental aid was confined to what Congress could do but as it came to do more and more thcre de veloped a tendency not only to bring Executive influence to bear upon Congress in furtherance off various private enterprises but to enlist the direct and active aid of time President in nit the elicits of life till now every individual with an ux to grind or a chum to push every crank with an invention ev ery association with a chimerical rglni sal pence or reform society applies to him to boost theiu along If there is si dispute to settle be tween capital anti labor ho must be culloil In if Limo birth rutu is falling utf bo must take the subject muler ultural xcenory Is lllroatunevl with tie structiou be must bu asked to pro vuiitit and last of mill If the college buys of time country become unruly aunt brutml lu their sports Ice It ap periled to to curt ot tho evil Is it smut oboist time to eutl n halt This temlttney III till directions tit Iturn tu time 1rosldent fur everything grows stronger every tIny and if unit checked we shall bu instructed from the Wbitu Hondo how to brhtmg up our clilhlreii amid have a dally menu issuou by Executive authority tell lug UK what to eat Thocouslhution if wo may venture to refer to BO an tiquated ami obsolete an Instrument prescribes the duties of tho President and it would be better for tho coun try and butter enable him to fulfill its requirements if he were neither asked tier expected to carry any respollslbilltyupon liini Cincinnati Enquirer WIO McINTIRK DENTIST Over Outlook OlHco nnd Owiii aville Bunking Companys Building OWINJSVILLE KY THOS rJONESIi Livery Feed Sale OWINGSVILLE StabloI Headquarters for horse and nut deabirs Tnlep JOB cohnoctJon with ircsion Station t i1oo REWARDsj 4 My two work horses wcro stolen from my home nmmr Hcynoldsville Bath Co Ky the night of Sept 4 1005 One is a light bay blind in cirlghtfrontbay blind in right eye is part Clydesdale I will one hundred dollars reward fltIhe return of the horses and conviction of time person or persons who stole them Address JAMES F CLAUK 1 R F D No Slinrpsbiirjj Ky 4 Jf HFHillenmeye Sons f LUE GRASS 1 Nursed t SIoireriniil und ornuuieninl ireerevines appnrngup pinlllJ ffuits r I barb shrubs etc We emplov otentK hut tell direct to the er Uatriloijiie on applirailon School Tax NOTICE fJAt a mneemirie Hoard Trustees uif ihu Otvinugrille Grad School District No 1 buvlng ni in their lIlpurutc capncity a lie title notice nil bring present h ofton im fill the projHTty of liiR ilMtrlrt tin may tie nnd has beer HSPcgprtl it nit fijitiilizptl fur county InxHiloit sgumiuit the it hut pnptibitlon tJnrc1 I of for the cnhilttrt and support of d s auld grtided sibool A nil it is nlpit nrdi rill lint a poll tax of one dud lar be and is hereby levied on nit of inalu white population over ttl IRgC of 21 years fur time purpose of Uffrnying lilt incidftital IXpHnnrs thereof Anti said tux levy hath be jmid to the Treasurer S D Thompson on or before the 1st day of November 19Q5 at hits ofllce WS GuotiKLL Chairman A II DAVWON Secretary GEn A PEED H M GooDlASTEK A T lSvrN Trusteed G O RAILWAY Trains 22 and 23 carry Dinlngi service MVaUnlucafte TIME CARD EFFECT1V1SEL7 27 1503 i e TIME OK TRAIMS ATPKESTONSTATIOM Eastbound iNoNo 34 1005 P mV Westbound No 21 6483 m No 23 143 p m No 25 344 p m Nos 26 and 23 daily ex cept Sunday all others r daily ij You Are Missing flIfFInt Aid to tht Injured No household remedy for all the little and big aches pains Bruises Cuts V inTrouh1C J i raracaitiplu This remarkable remooLhossesccs time rare quality of allayiiig pain instantly Inflatu NeumlgiaStiff fe relieved by the uc of Paracunph but IV3 speedily cured r v One trial will convince you of these facts If you doubt oar statement ijo to lteyour diUjrKist the wan you know and T failsto j vlll be refunded i Q We have confidence In Paracamph be tncUywhatwe r rcnicdyto you we nuthoricceryd1gcgist to sell each 01lnguarantee to do what is claimed oiftfu c the circular around each bottle hesitate Why experiment itl1rremedies yomt can buy1aracj7mfon tliis proposition raracampll is conceded to be Americas JtImost popular nUll reliable househoM fJ 5 because it 22cleau SC SUre anti 4 quick mils action fWrite for book 6t testlmqnials Re ncmtmcr Parncanlph is emidorsedandrec omm physicians trained nurses hO ftalsnnd athletes throughout thi entire world Sold only in S5c SOc nnd 100 bottle The raracninph Company IouLsilIc 1tJOHN H i C 5t 1 t