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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t n1 r fit 1 4 oAMy 1 iiT J rfSfr I 1 i i 4 1jr jft tC f AIrf M0 h IJJt Jtuinflillt f n 4 r i I f OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 26 1906 NO2 ail om h REMOvEDTIIE OUTLOOK ofI 1 flee IS now in the upstairs room f of the building formerly occupied by D N Young at the corner of s Joffersorr and Henry streets Come jind see us in our new r home v H L Lane delivers ice It is a mighty dry day now that it doesnt rain a little bit Fon SALE3O to 10 bbls of corn JOHN W HONAKEU Too much rain has injured the wheat in the shock and stack and also the oats 59f Quarterly Court was in session 1f Monday Only minor caseswere on the docket 1 V Born Thursday morning to Sam Lathram and wife east of town a twelvepound son l There will be an icecream supper Saturday night Aug 4 at thet Wright grove above Prickly Ash I bridge Mark Thomas of Flat Creek one day last week killed on his farm a dog condemned as rabid by the neighbors The more fortunate now ex laimHWe are in the midst of j the blackberries and the black berries are in our midst pjWheat is making an average about eighteen bushels 4 per acre where it has notbeen in t t jured by the wet weather iifI j l Born to Perry Flora and wife rhneeRhada Triplett a son Mr Oi b are with the lat r ers mother near Slmrpsburg 1 VT S Shrout Owingsville Ii 3nsed embalmer and funeral di jol oIf rector keeps a complete line ol caskets burial robes and burial shoes 1 T S SHROUT Coou Thetemperature chang ed to a delightful degree of cc rA nessMonday afternoon and it K airice been as pleasant in towr r itTtheThostf renowned summer L rcwt ld1cc Et r L 44 r J ir T 1 I t f 1 t IIIi 1 t fJf 4 t4 4 if si tif 9 j t Iot t r4 t t tt t jr PC td J riq t J o 4 Jt4l4 l z Jl ip II otInd L t J t It1 o O orIlt iiIa t t1 o t t 4t 4 tot 1Jf1 0 01 t 4 l J Je ti4yt J c f a tr t4 itt 7t7j J D f t t q rA I jtia 1h L1 11 j t r ta z i JI r I lv iJnf vj q ffj o t T t f 1Ii Z 1tf Jt I tcstqr z 0 4tT f 1 r ZS Y J t f V I 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fever jPMrs Robert Coylc is threatened with an attack of fever fMrs Sam P Atchison was 61 the sick list the past week Elisha F Robertson of Mt Snarling was here Thursbay Mit Jones is getting along very well with his attack of fever Lennie Horsemans twoyear old daughter on Minks Run has feverPeter H Stephens of upper Slate Creek was taken very ill SundayMrs John Scott went to see H C Graves near Howards Mill SaturdayHon A Young wife and little daughter of Morehead were here Sunday Robert Catlett it going on crutches by reason of an attack of rheumatism J Henry Estill left Monday to visit his grandfatherW S Estill at Quinton Neb Mrs Annie Richards and sOn James M left Monday for Lake Chautauqua N Y John P McCartney aud wife of Flemingsburg were here Wednesday of last week Harry Long of Morehead was the guest of Miss Julia Elliott- turday and Sunday Mr Payne of Cincinnati and liss Agnes Walsh of Mt Ster ng were here Friday tym T SnOotreurned Mon fr ni a tour ifadjoining couutitll 1mg medlcahbookS 1 li nks YJ litUson H l J k1m I J i l h f s s i jf 44 ft 4 J Jr t t Jt i f I = t afr totw i J1 7 t a1 J t I i If t41tt = Jr i 1J 1 t fft7S te JS f L41 fI vQ 7 i tt r V tt I t i Jtf 1t c t k i zf f ff o 1l t P Lq jI rdJJ ta rr 1I1Ire J w J 1 t i fY tJifa V 4r rf J ti Y tci r Jt 4p f r tv r s T 4t a SI q S t f A t 5 Iob I tr1w s I 4 t riy i Ortt r iJ ti ia li 1 i i 11 J i A il1 t p rl1 fJ tiljf r7I1 i i jtj 1 j I lp5- 1r J i i ffJ ISt rr fbS4 oit i f10 C il a j1 j J 1 t jt a t L iz p4 1 V l fJ 7 s IMRS M P JONES DEATH Jones wife of Milton P Jones die Saturday afternoon of typlroin T Mr and Mrs Jones were L aken with typhoid fever about Idj lays previous to her dect Mrs Jones case became vei arioui at an early stage and the chances were very largely against her re covery Her sister Miss Fuller came from Bloomington Ill last week to assist in nursing her Her mother and brother arrived from the same place Saturday after onjustashort while before she di15 but she was then unconsci ous Her husband was too ill to be with her in her last hours The body was taken by the moth brother and sister on the east express train Saturday Ir to Bloomington Ill for Deceased was aged about twen tythree years and was married to Mr Jones at Bloomington in December 1904 Her maiden name was Fuller Not long after their marriage Mr Jones brought his wife back here to reside Mrs Jones by her sweet womanly qualitiesquickly endear ed herself to a large circle of friends She was prompt in as sisting the needy and sick and was especially helpful in nursing the sick at whatever sacrifice of her own ease and comfort Hence she is most sincerely mourned by those who had experienced her kindly ministrations and also by those who admired her selfsacri ficing devotion to those in trouble Her family has been sadly be reaved within the past eight or ten months she being the third daughter of Mrs Fuller to die within that period In the death of this good woman the community has suffered dis tinct loss and the sympathy ol all go to the husband mother id family BONDS WORTHLESS Vnf action of the Fiscal Court in rescinding the order of a r vious session of the Court le ing five cents on te 100 ofasse r- Jpropeftyin iih county for i I purpbseiof a ingrtheinter thofld5 t tr u mulatca flo g = CS S5 k 4 t SrS Ii pi i i 3 4 fi lASShS 14 i p ppj P 4 eSf pt 4 k v r v P- Sab fJ 1 SS 4 515 t ft 5j ii itt f f p i if l 1 y fS j r3 YZ p v 9Henrydny V night at his home near Howards Mill of congestion of the kid nes from a cold contracted in a harvest field The funeral was held at the residence at 10 oclock a in Tuesday the interment be ing made in the Mt Sterling Cemetery Deceased was aged about 70 years His wife who was a daughter of the late John B Durham of Moorefield surviv sliini also their twodaughters Jennie wife of G R Armstrong of Mt Sterling and wife of Ed Gruhbs of Winchester fliltn Graves of Mt Sterling is a brother Mr Graves was a gentle man of the old school with a suavity of manner and kindliness of disposition that endeared him to all who knew him He was indeed a fine man and a citizen community who will be long lamented by hisI I REEDS SI owRed B others1 little dog and pony show exhib ited to a full tent Saturday after ternoon and night The children especially enjoyed it l W H Reed the chief has been here a number of timed with a show the last time previ ous to Saturday being a few years Dempseykilled with a stake Dempsey after be ing in jail here a few months es caped by means of a key to the front door of the jail ingeniously fabricated out of wood by Dempsey Dempsey left a note stating that he would return and stand his trial when he could get his witnesses to come back with him but he forgot to return Reed says be sold out the showl lie had then and traveled last year with a railroad show until he wore himself out He then quit the business for while but got too restless until he started the present show He says he is making more clear money now than ever WE ALL RUBBEREDA co pf automobiles with fourlaw and three gentlemen from Lev ington on their way to the01 pianSprings stppedherej2 da aftepooiiand causea I tor irJve t 4 r 5I5I p s o I 4S SpS jS ISS r f Y 4 SP i l f S4S5c r p tf 0 1 GETTING AT TilE FACTS The censustaker rapped at the door of the little farm house and open ed his long book A plump girl of about eighteen came to the stupidlyHowhe beganNobody lives here We are only staying through the hop sea son How many of you are there hereIm here Fathers in the woodshed and Bill is See here my girl I want to know how many inmates there are in this house How many nightNobody I had mylittleache and the new hand thats helping us got sunburned so on his back that he has blisters the size of an egg and we all took on so that nobody slept a wink all night longS Ladies Home Jour nalSUNFLOWER PHILOS 0 p II Y They say you can always get up an argument by asking this ques tion in a crowd What is flirta tionOf course a real cross man is hard to get along with but he is a joy in comparison to the man who is funny When a woman iout of town she worries if the men are kind to her lonesome husband and gets mad if the women are When a girl can paint a tree so that every one knows what it is her friends say she has a wonder ful insight into nature You can break the heart of any girl who has naturally curly hair upinNow that the spirit of investi gation is rampant why not ap point a commission to find out what becomes ofthe money raised for missionary purposes However menial your work if you do it well it is difficult to and a person who can take your place TIlE SPELL BROKEN They sat out on the lawn listening to the serenade of the frogs He was lprOOSlng o J Dl Iyl d i s SSI Sd SISS SSSJ SSS SSI stpS Ps 45t SP ssip ira SP SS53S- SS SS SS r j Sp i Sry F t E7 y i vr ff t7i Y r Yi eS F f A GREAT QUESTIONWe have had the question of prohibiting the sale of alcoholic beverages be fore us for so many lohg years that we have come to look upon the idea1 as proper in its Wandas Almost essential in some locali lie where the authorities are lax or the percentage of rowdies is large but the fact remains that this question of prohibitingan article ordinarily used as foodor drink is one of the biggest one of the most farreaching and one of the most dangerous with which a ever had to do Intemperance is deplorable and th man to intoxica tion should be put without the pale of decent society and aa for the saloon that sells to drunken men or to minors or that violates law and order and decency it should be closed and the owner should never be licensed again but when it comes to a majority shalSnotthe bars are thrown down to the most dangerous character of legislation that ever oppressed a na tion or gave scope to the ideas un der which tyrants are developed- It may be that a people can tire of liberty it may be our des tiny to move backward as Rome and Greece moved backward from the loftiest freedom to the vilest despotism but be this as it may we should hesitate before we take one stone from the founda tion of these rights won during the past centuries by the heroic ancestors of the AngloSaxon people Such papers as Magna Char ta the Declaration of Independ ence and the bills of rights of our various States were won by the swords and sealed with the blood of men who knew what tyr anny meantm nwho swore that their children should be sover eigns unto themselves and we should pause and pause long before giving up to government a single right reserved to vidual by these immortal instru ments If a majority mayprohibit wine or beer or whisky or cigarettes- because great harm may come of their abuse then a majority may prohibit the Tise of tobacco ingef- feraIor of tea or coffee6rmieatf sWebceftaindi s orofdn- t pSS wt r C nrofjciskiss 4 55k SS S5 4 p SS55 f Ss sSSSiS4 4 JSSS55 r W I jS 0 5SSJ 4E 1 I t= 2f I ef f f J grT k5 T 1- SBUCCY HARNESS II L j i 554S- d1 Bugg3fIlarnesa i C kinds I have a large stock to select front and will save yoU money I am yours for the best Saddles and Hariicss t l S5a EUGENE MllllHAi r r f nggviJI i KIfi 1 THE RACKET STORE The Reduction Sale iiuiw goingon ConIc and get some of tin juut tload ami lio pmivhuprl here Fs flu fd place to save money iiii 12 Mens Pants for1 165 pn Boys Suits only 150 5 Mens Suits for 375 Towels pr 4438J12l lOc Mens Cotton 25c Owl ilh 125 Parlor Lamps for Lunch foxes 12 IO8c Good Padlocks Ji jSilk Spoof f A Wide Silk Ribbon yddlOc r iIJJ I Nv is the time to buy clohes ajicLheatt3Sa burgHll1o CASH PAID FOIL EGGS E W HEFLlS at 4 J1 I 5S St SSSI5 FURNITEJPt r1fj r t vJf iJ l fifJI F G i giiiSQjl J4 t fii t ii1 o Lri q 1 t t k1 rJ F itH Ss SC i 1 i4- 1Jc 0 r t 4 C i4 7t f fI co30r f j Mi i it fp4 4S tW t I ff SS-5S fi tr I 44 SSS SSS pSSS 4j iS4S t4 S5 Sp5 5S 4SSS5Si 4 k iS 2SSpS1I Iph it SSk4S I 4 t ISsSsSS SS S5S k 5S pS1 5S r fl55555S SS 15fr5c i 5laSsS SsS t O t r t f i k 1t f C l s P t s F i6 fllJ t ii Jj 6i i I t Owingsville Outlook L11t OUTLOOK PU1 CO Fubllthtrt 4OWINGSVlLLE KENTUCKY j Study by Travel i Mr Moscly the British commls tstoner who came over to study our system ot education three years ago has a plan for continuing to keep England In touch with us education ally Ue has persuaded the Cunard and other transatlantic lines to fur nish passage for teachers at nominal rates during the winter season Be J tveen November and March steam 1 ship accommodations for will bo provided Arrangements will bo made to care for teachers on their arrival 4 here and to distribute them among i university centers This Is a form of therevIn England within a year The Inter change of visits between French und oltI it as as tho fraternizing of schoolboys 1 from either side of the channel Very fellowsjUniversity of London The InstlluS SK ot the Rhodes scholarships gave great impetus to It In a sense the Jn plan is an extension of the sabbatical year system under which more fortunately placed American college instructors study abroad every paftween nations Is bound to bo produc heightened Interest and in 4creased efficiency Why should not waiJuNew York World It similar Induco 1 ments are held out to American teach ers to visit Europe for study and Im nproving travel it Is likely that the IL4 main difficulty would boto restrict z2 thonumbexdo8lring to go It should be feasible to secure like concessions T for cheap transportation during tho t oft season of travel and to make pro vision for expenses Thu benefit to American tea hera of educational 4 trips abroad under such auspices l be Inestimable They could culture centers of Europe at IWould favorable time when the tide travel is over and tho are In session They would bring back all that Is newest In edu 1cation in Berlin Paris and Oxford Or they could visit historic Athens = tY cno Syracuso without danger to J N4 health which Is hardly possible In coIdolrlI would profit by tim plan and boards of education might well allow partial pay to those undertaking such trips 41 for general study Terrible OSB to Mankind k The editor of tho Bronson Minn f iotbaa been 1Jnecung as follows faIono An thefageIUae Is now a I vvxoy kisortaatswlwato 4 i d ame of 4S it r t tr bS J4 tI d FtfS o lk Cq i t r 7J 4 i r OC 1llTStJ j o c 1 st1 11 II 0 i 1 f i t It t J it1 w J t i1 4 t TOf l1cJ =I 7 c f droIt c 9VN a t 1i r9 t J tjt d2ll rl4 t J t5 0 tVs i 44 1 j1b 4 f1 eiI 3 r 1 0+ It t b t t 7 r 1 S f It o1 IrI If t toI yp1 f t r y UL d r 4 r 1Y 0ffj I dt tI 1 J IIl rt vr dJ 4 1 r4 iJfriI tmt tjis f1 j fI 10 j Jd 1 Sr A 0 I Lf I fti tT rJ y 4 bfJt 1 f lrIrW iF f I tfTjip t l fil I vz ltr I r I UF4 it 4to y hiilll teIs r v f J- p s prfr bJ VwtoJ1I Ll tktil t t tV o Jf b 1 r 4 lt i uit 1tyI i I 0 r or 4rt fi = I Lltl t rt r Nt 4 l Toiti i 11 rp t I IzrJtIu i iJrt r 1 f t4 t trr of I ct 1 h z f t i o frf 1 jfJ 1Ult f Jf 1 f tlItJlc sy i toII t ff a h tity f 4 A orl Itv f e 0 r a iri 1 jav JItt irI t ih it 4 1 J or J r x4 frJl t i a to tb t 4 JIrJJcXJ 4 i J a r = rA r jlManna the Bread from Heaven FIFTH In Cloud and Pillar Series JOUINCYOrBy the Hiibway tod Byway Preacher Uopirltb by the author w S EJ oM Scripture Authority Exodus chap tor 16 HERE was not a little murmuring when beautiful re freshing Ellm was loft behind On ever sand was heard the spoken word of regret and the faces of the people as they folded their tents and laded them selves for the journey rellccted only too plainly tho dls co ntcnt they felt within How delightful had been tho short thefruitthorn the very acme of human comfort and u they had rested under the shade they had talked together of the lonlfaUgulng Egyptheadleo and they had wondered what the Vromteed Land must bo If It was more tc bo desired than this place ot 12 deep cool Inexhaustible wells of froterfromhere ga peofreshing themfromabundant up to this time were try and not particularly appetizing and so be fresh fnilts of the laden trees had blen eagerly gathered and eaten lth Intenso relish All this had made tho people content to remain and in the Joy and satisfaction of the present ease and otthewere Journeying They had rejoiced with hearts overflowing with gratitude for the leading of the Lord which had brought them thither They wore sure gaJourney petheytodoubtedhim For while they rested there at befulthoCloudyebreakinglooked out disconsolately upon the thbeforethIngyebroughtand Irritation of spirit and doubts and questionings i beganagaln to creep Into pq i I 4d it S I 4P e S I d t v 7 v t l1t i tr J ti r r + fIri s t r H d151 ft I 5 t aft fItt 1 Iio q 10 f Ie iI if I tl eiIC rt F I tI t t i Ptl S t f JI t t r aI + 4 a t f 1 v i J 1tott tr rti t t t It 4 tti jJoi iI r oI c Y ir rtlf o t a4f q 1il v5 frtIt S iI 1 n qctVr ttyI f4It rt Jj i t il i Sr hhs r t 4 y iI j I 4 1 i 1ti iJi i JiES 4 tp i t Y z t r j i z S JOI a J l J bpS1 offp t t I d that the cry ot distress had been rnLs In the camp- Y and ho knew this one thin more for as ho raised his eyes froi the dark distrustful faces before bin they fell upon the Cloud which lo ered In faithful ttoudanft ever tJjfetf and ho became conscious ot the Dl vine presence and a restful calm am confidence stole In upon his heart Hi remembered as In an Instant how whet face to face with the crisis at the Rot sea the Lord had delivered He ro membered the waters at Marah sweetened under the touch of the branchei pointed out to him by God Ho re called the wells of water and tho pain trees at Ellm to which the Lord co led them even while Inploderncss was a dreadful place and there was no place where thel could find rest And as these recollections crowded taageho would not fall him With tb reconfidencelooked again Into the faces of tho men before blm and said with quiet cheerfulness Command that the people gather to got luer before the Lord for he has a message for his people Think not that he has forgotten thee or that ho will let theo perish here in the wil dor ness Hast thou forgotten the do llvoranco at Pihahlroth or tho miracle at Marah or the place to which he led thee at Ellm Go then and call the pooplo together Almost shamefacedly at tho search ing rebuke tho rulers departed and wfollo they were making known to the people the message of Moses the lat ter was bowed before the Lord telling him of this new problem and receiving m him tho solution thereto resUngfromple gathered as they were bid but was plain to see that blind unbe hat hrd shut out from their vision all thought of possible deliverance from tho W ththbe eve rihaddeliver But Moses had summoned them They would hear what he had to say before giving way to the pent up passions within Tho eun had sunk to rest bringingI over the landscape the evening hour apd while the earth light falls the Heavenly light of Gods presence In the Cloud begins to glow and cast itt cheering rays over that vast hering Unmoved by the sight so rd in unbelief were their hearts thr ple stood half sullenly but withal entive Upon Moses face upliftec the Cloud and reflecting Its glory re shone a quiet peaco which subdued tho spirits of tho people as they heH Surely Indeed their leadej d a message from God they thought In the morning ye shall see thr glory of the Lord for ho hath heart ur murmurings for they have no1 n against us but against the Lord Moses cried In a loud voice and tr far outskirts of the gatheretirongs his words Were se placed over the various dlvl ns of the people In the morntnishall eat bread to the full a said Behold I will rain brut from Hearen for you and the peo- plethgooutandther0r3ah J i a f 1 lf i ii f lt i1I t S lit it i0l r 1 i i f J t 40 ik JtNj4 I J it iiS fj I i H 111t t fJ 1 z 1 t Y s t i J- f I II LAOY CURZON IS DEAD WAS WIFE OF FORMER VICEROY OF INDIA DAUGHTER OF LEVI LEITER Offspring of Chicago Dry Goods Merchant She Married British Under Secretary Who Rose ft High Position London Lady Curzon of Kcdlcs hato n wife of the former viceroy of Ilia who has been III for some days died at 540 oclock Wednesday even- Ing She never quito recovered from her serious Illness at Walmer castle Ktmt In 1904 and tho recent hot weather brought on a pronounced at ck of general debility- It was announced at tho Curzon LatlyCurzons LADY CUUZONilao had been suffering from com plica which wero the sequel of her ter blo illness of two years ago Tho will take place at Kedleston Lady Curzon of Kedleston was Mary Loiter daughter of tho late Levl Z Loiter of Chicago and was in her own right tIm possessor of 3000000 From Chicago tho family moved to Washington and later traveled extensively and entertained lavI Ishly During a stay in England MIs Letter met George N Cnrzon eldest son of Rev Alfred Nathaniel Holden Curzon fourth baron Scarsdale ThoyI were married in 1S95 after Curzon had held tho offices of assistant prl v 5atob 000uryIndia and under secretary of state forI foreign affairs In 1898 Curzon was created First Baron Curzon of Kedles ton and in 1899 was appointed viceroy and governor general of India which post ho resigned In Atigust 1905 and w SDaisy thofofNancyLady Curzon was married In Wash MajeLady Curzon leaves two daughters t I t t tt p s 5 i e vIii5 ii t i 4 b t S s 4 5 t j J t k Ia t 5 1 r i 5 lay S 1 DEAN OF WALL STREET IS DEAD GREAT FINANCIER DIED AT HIS SEASIDE HOME Bested In Fight With Ravages of Old AgeLeft Fortune Estimated- at 100000060 New York July 23ltllssell Sago died peacefully at his summer homo at I awrcncc L I at 430 Sunday after noon in his POth year Ills devoted wife Dr Edward G Jancway Dr Carl Schmuch mill tho nurses who have waited upon him Itt his last Illness were at the bedside- The aged man who lund been uncon scions but a few hours before tho end sank Into his last sleep without tho least sign of pain and only tho doc tors words with his hand to the pulse less wrist It Is the end Informed those nearby that Mr Sage had passed away so gradual and easy had been the approach of death No specific cause can be assigned for tho death of Mr Sage Physical Infirmities have beset him in his CX tremo ago causing his retirement from active business something more than a year ago but he hns shown remarkable vitality and recuperative power lie has recovered repeatedly from scrl otis attacks anti seemingly in fully re stored health would be seen walking upon the streets or driving in tbo parks immediately afterward Died of Old Age About three weeks ago Mr Sage was forced Into bed by weakness anti phy slcal Infirmities but again the spark of vitality seemed renwed and his phy thalciansImprovement in his condition He was warned not to exert himself and a row days ago suffered a relapse but It was only In tIm last two or three days that his illness assumed an alarming phase Ho failed to show any Improvement anti gradually sank until ho lapsed into unconsciousness about noon Sun y and died four hours later Up to the moment that he lost consciousness Mr Sago was In full possession of all his faculties and bright and cheerful talking and making apt comments to the physicians antI his wire He seemed to have absolutely no fear and was prepared to meet his maker in peace lthough Russell Sage was one of the thrIchestco mmaid of more ready cash titan any 5oth er individual In this country and for more than 40 years a dominant factor in Wall street his death will iard cause a ripple in the financial woU BO careful have his affairs been ar ranged His fortune is estimated at 100000 but ho left no children to enjoy its benefits REFORM THE PEOPLE BY FORCE The Rule of thin lotukaso relieves M Goremykin of nopremiershipalso retains his present post minister of the interior M Stichln minister of agriculture hs re jNjed The parliament building was qjit and vie ure- c a c 5tjt- t7S 5 I S I j 45ic S f S55 1 L tSS 55g a 5Sr 5S 5 i L r 5 p fIkS tf STATE NEWS HAPPENINGS I HARGIS AND CALLAHAN I Acquitted in TwentyTwo Minutes of Murdering Marcum fleattville1ICyTli letter N played an Important part in the Jury room Tuesday morning during the deliberation of thtt Jury regarding the guilt or Innocencd of Jim Hargls nUll Ed Callahan charged with the murder of James B Manium It was agreed by tho Jury JTiuedlately upon enter- Ing tho room that a vote should be taken illS to the guilt or Innocence lit the defendants It was further agreed that those voting to acquit should use tho letter N while tHose voting to convict should use the letter G Each man then marked a letter on a slip of paper and dropped it into a hat and whim they were drawn out each slipS of paper contained the letter meaning that tho 12 men had unani moualy agreed to acquit It therefor required only one ballot to reach n verdict and O J Burnett selected as foreman wroto tho verdict on the back of the indictment and In 22 minutes after the Jury retired they hall returned and handed it to the clerk of the court Owing to the lateness of the hour In which Commonwealths Attorney Adams concluded his argument Judge Dorsey refused to give the case to the Jury until morning He gaveL e Jury the same admonition them during the trial of tho case and not until 730 In tho morning were they allowed to deliberate on a ver diet The courtroom was crowded when the Jury filed into tho room shortly before 8 oclock and a deathlike silence prevailed while the clerk read the verdict As soon as tho words fell from his lips the defendants wero surrounded by their family and friend and congratulated on their success and the quickness with which the Jury had voted to acquit On tho other side of the room however an entirely differ ent picture presented Itself Mrs Marcum and three of her orphan chll dren sat with bowed heads and Us te ned to the verdict which acquitted e men they believed guilty of pro curing the death of the husband andI falther and It was several minutes before the saddened ones could realize that their last hopo had gone Mrs Marcum stated after regaining her composure that she felt that she had do Ji repideverything in her power to cinvlct his slayers and took an oath to that effectI over his grave and that the fact thatI they had been acquitted was not the fault of any laxity In her efforts While e verdict was a complete surprise to e majority of those who have fol wc1 the testimony in tho case It a not wholly unexpected by the rep r cMatives of the commonwealth At time since the selection of the Jury wafj It believed by Messrs Bird and Jouett and Commonwealths Attorney A j cittsauJttaldresuiL The ta1 of HarJ19 tLi SI 5S 1 5 r j I t t t 1 j4 54S 4 i i YS tt BURLEY TOBACCO GROWERS Will LI Dormant Until There Is More Need For Its Activity Lexington KyThe Kentucky and Ohio Burley Tobacco Growers Co did Ileeptoneeded and Its usefulness better un dor stood The meeting of the tock holders of this company was for the thefinancialplanshibaldidi as reportdidcounty the treasurer and it was shown that while nothing had been done as to the progress of the company thero yet remained in tho treasury a total hol of jderstribute what was in tho treasury among tho stockholders pro others did not want any money declarF ing they were fighting for and were willing to let their money remain In the concern for future use against the tobacco trust It was final ly ma foinany member desiring to do so to withdraw his pro rata of the remaining mionIng of W B Hawkins B D Berry and CI cha ffrgetilUj3thoInterest for future use SHE WAS SLEEPYpr Ai iiAndAdjournedMIners on Trial O thwcnsboroto ntoleaves at 1030 and I do not want to miss it This was tho statement of a young women who is making a steno gra of Ow Iensboro Aoneyoung woman that they would send tlwaitanyhow and want to go home she lied Court will stand adjourned il 8 oclock in the morning saidWJudgo Cochran The entire day was consumed In hearing tho contempt proceeding brought against a number of union miners at Sturgis Ky by the West Kentucky Coal Co No decision mwasNEGROES ALARMED v Fearing That One of Their Number I Will Be Lynched P London Ky London Is wlldly ex ed over the attempted criminal as lt on yss Mary yeglfpttl by a said to be Robert Beatty col t t I Sr f tT I 1i P 4 J I 1r r 5 f l ifJ e i tAr pc1 tAor it fJd r T i r p f fSn tP v3 I 5S t r t h i IS0 t 1 54 j 0 riL a F p It PRE77YMILIMAID i 7vs Fr Ia Is a WMtkif- 1lltikillt i t4I i MISS ANNIE HENDREN I c i J tiWashoverfourPeruna and ono bottle of Mauiilin JIJ I can now do all of my work in the house milk tho cows take care of the lk and so forth I think Peruna Is ia most wonderful medicine tI believe I would be in bed to I had not written to you for advice- adh taken all kinds of medicine but nonedidmoanygood has made mo a ncll and happy girl I can never say too much for leruna Not only women of rankand leisure usefulould nut be without Dr Hartman world renowned remedy nythonsanllver fails to receive a multitude of let foabls j derful benefits received from Pernna f j ndianleiriloryland l r- l the news otthe new state All tha land laW ttwelvee circulation of any other paper in the Tfljjjjgj or fioo per year MUSKOGEE INDIAN Jif60 Bus Winter Wheat Per Arr fl 4 1 at the yield of Bilief Red Cron HibrlJhest Send Je Iniurain for free m ot nyurueyciovrmnthvALZEKlb DCOzKLaCeWI If afflicted with IOra eyei oe ThtmpsGns Eye Water i JLAJI8 BORN BROWNS PIaOSOPJIY The only thing In this world like- a boy ISa men Unless Yftake God for our beginpI zwe begin wrong bmoGodabestgfarofr paper f ittjtoknockama f1 I I uivi 5l5k ja I 155tt SI a I icI I S4A St5 5 5 TI 1 I cr fr f J 11 f a t Ss t S r t r f 5 45 t 1 e5 55t L k J Y 5 t t 1 I 0 1 if1c S l a z i Ali It J tii t iA 1 t Z tr 1 ft lJto t tw Lavender f rep htont5 VersVi LBy OLIVIA B STROHM Q J fS VlCoprrtcht rvro by Ou U B Strohm VIsstrolled idly Into the woods back of the fort Fa- k miliarity with the forest had softened a iiItsterrors and she welcomed its soli fttude now in relief from the curious eyes and wagging tongues of all in the garrison For news ot the avert 4edduel had spread through the camp and she was tired of questions of rwhispers and looks a trance The woods were more friendly leaflessAIn restless wooing of the spring Already promise of her com t ing lay In the tiny brown buds of yel lowgreen shoots that peeped bravely out beneath the sheltering heaps of moldering leaves- Occasionallyr Lavender stopped to t ki twig that the frost had gilded aa bit of sumach to which he halt spared the scarlet i On a sudden the whizz of an arrow rang In her ears and she felt its wind on her face At the moment an In dlan staggered through the underbrush a Ho turned upon her tho beseeching t look of a wounded stag then with a guttural moan fell as if lifeless at her feet o Her Impulse was to run leaving the r wounded man to his fate For might not another arrow follow herself its r markt But after a moments hesitation she knelt at the Indians side and lifted the unconscious head to her lap The ghastly bunch of feathers pro truded from tke buckskin coat one In stants shuddering pause then with a arrowkti from its yet pulsing sheath Warm UntyingLr n the wounded mans belt was a L fli k of brandy with which she moist his lips and rubbed his great inn ands and slanting forehead a yh ty his eyes opened and met her pityci r 3 keeping Ills gaze on her a a ith an Ugh of relief closod ills cyfs again r Afranl to call the girl sat motion less Shrmts might bring another ar J row hud surely help would come soon e w There was a rustle In a tangle of evergreen near the bushes wore parts ed and a head surmounted by a tow Iterlnscircle of gaudy feathers peeped cautiously forth- LavendersT heart almost stopped F t IbMLtlHg but she gave no sign The r 1inlaD ced his gigantic plumed he d bruaMag1etreea He stooped 4 roer thetweIpniH the and without t itTIt1ralsed the r d f otlth Jtl e ece Ii e lJ t i o marks whisk J A arenny y r rig 1 lt r x I 11rt 1 t1 t I a 3 tel S rr t atrt T IsPt t It ttJ t ia lSL 06jo0ttiD f tm si fSt toV SIi Jot 0 jrto j S iII it It i ti lo J 4 S- r tIt I I t irJtor4 Lts tP Jif iIt tt 1 r 0IIi g Ft e itr L i 7 1l l 0 t j3 t t1 tk41- Pt to 1 at 4ar terltsZ f ir 10 r II rJ ca ct o1 1 t f i 11 t r r tifrt J 1 i Jtl I tRffi r e J2 rfl wr4rryttt 8 t 4dif r t 1 r Iaq 1a 7f MfJft tlw c tot II t Ir n a I 7 11p TofA t J t r JLbl orr r ViIVtt t + A rt HI P Jl oJ it 1t 0 t R rf ta t TItrtr XH I1 o i tof1 t f f f Iot p tj J t4f s iCt jL o v t y t9 tfa f+ ti it aTr1R Y t i yv i- J ir t 0 V ttJJ t 10 i4rif rG lo f Jtf tj A 1 tJ f of YsrJts rt4 r t irt1 1 Q Sr 3 4w a r r 4l S1t dsrt lf al 9m RtoIt ifr Nfi tfWS7ti rfl t t I7J I 4 i 5t rt1 yr1 fft t Hi4u 0 JI l43t1i P ofJlI rtr t tiff it tS f t f r ti hlirF V i l i5 l i tJ f r r4 i1 + f rlrrjt 1 I 1f f i t i tjfr cyC ji w What Is In the paper What does it meant It is a lie and It means a prison he replied tersely Then bending over the wounded man He must be brought to camp he said and you you are wretchedly uncomfortable come usBut she Interrupted hIm I will not stir or rouse this man until I know the contents of those dispatches they fell from his knapsack and I was about to put them back when I saw she hesi tated and looked around cautiously I saw your name and another word spy That was enough for me I ap propriated tha dispatches Now tell me the rest Bending low ho whispered Burr Is a prisoner I am to bo held here pend ing his trial They have orders to are rest me A mischievous smile dimpled tho cor ners of her mouth and a little color crept Into her pale cheeks Pardon me I have the orders to arrest you and she slipped the dispatches Into their hiding place and over the telltale spots of blood arranged anew tho folds of her scanty gown Winslow was about to remonstrate but she shook her head in warning as the Indian stirred restlessly and opened his eyes He tried to rise but sank back helpless The wound is slight Winslow said after a hasty examination but he Is faint from loss of blood I will have a litter brought here as quickly as Pos sibleLavender put out her hand and grasping his sleeve pulled him toward her until her lips were very near his ear First you must promise me to say nothing of the dispatches let us talk It over Do nothing rash He pressed her hand In both of his and with a significant smile hurried to fortSoon the Indian rallied a little and struggled to a sitting posture Bo patient Qne has gone for help Lavender said There was blood on her dress where the dusky head had lain and the girl tired and weak after the cramped posl lion staggered to her feet and leaned against a tree with an exhausted sigh All this tire red man noted White maiden tired Then his eyes sought the knapsack and he made an effort to reach It Lavender quietly handed It to him though her heart beat violently See it is empty she said A strange smile crossed the mans dark facea smile of cunning secret in telligence Only for an instant it passed and he wore again the Impassive lookhis savage soul once more a pris oner behind the Inscrutable eyes It Is empty he agreed repeating her words and inflection Owatoga has lost the dispatches Then stretching out his hand for the sack he deliberately dropped It In the I 3 ti ii j rl fV Mother and I will be whites ID her room The commonplar iviiatloa was given strong meaning r y Iir look half command halt cntret y is was emphasized too by a sllghnot tho papers as she clasped bot nis to her bodice that rose and fell a rcry anxious breath When an hour or two later Winslow presented himself at Mrs C lghtora door it was with feelings hard to define If the dispatch wore discovered or if It remained secret were alternatives equally distasteful The indignity of tho guard house the delay and Illfame of a trial scarcely more than balanced hla horror ofany underhanded ceding I will leave It to fatc hough as h j knocked for entranco then No I will leave It to her his sec ond resolve as tho door o d and Lavender stood before him For in spite of tho defiant r to In her eyes and tho scarlet each cheek there was about her an at mosphero of such absolute innocence such fearless consciousness of integ rity that Wltslow was ashamed of his own scruple They seemed pusillanimous beside her Instinctive perception of the right She Is one of the fow who can boa law unto herselfandyetwaiii tho nar row path he thought Mrs Creighton came at once to tho subject uppermost In the minds of all Lavender has told me everything Mr Winslow and I have rend the dispatch I can scarcely contain my Indignation my sympathy for you or my personal regret that you are brought to this trouble through caro for us She beckoned him to a seat besldo her and her voice sank to a confiden tial tone but tell me what you think best to do- Wlnslow hesitated There are two plans which suggest themselves One Is to go direct to tho commander ex plain all and prove my Innocence If possible relying upon his justice The other he paused meaningly and lowered his voice The otherIs to take French leave at our first opportu nityMrs Crelghton smiled as she said sympathetically And you are at a loss how to act I can well understand it But Lavender who was all this time Impatiently tapping her foot against the andiron turned her back to the chimney piece her wholo figure vibrating with Indignation You under stand his hesitation mother Well I confess I dont Why should wo give up these dispatches It would do nobody any good and would cause a great deal of harm Mr Wlnslows conscience Is clear what is to be gained by the mockery of a trial The would find him guilty of course then as her listeners started in sur prlseHe Is guilty of the only thing of which he stands accusedconnec tion with the Burr expedition You would not deny that So you see it was providential that we got hold ot the papers first And that reminds me her mood changed and she laughed merrily It I am not mistaken I got hold of the papers first Here WInslow reminded her But you have forgotten the Indian Thor is every reason to fear his explanation or in any case the Investigation he may set on foot Lavender did not reply for a moment She was thinking of the In e when he said Owatoga has J r t 4 a IrA 1k v vA ulrC BVP3 Ir r t i t g1rfit i t i Ht Ii t1 at r C 4df r rr r4 1 r pf 1J fast a rt r r r i7 P I rf4 1 6 I J o s o 9 fiJI SEE BEES AT THEIR WORK Easy to Arrange Aquarium in Which Busy Insects Can Be Studied- to Advantage Everybody Is curious to see bees actually at work By following the ex ample of a writer in Suburban Life this curiosity may bo gratified Take a rectangular glass aquarium and place It on a window sill elevated slightly at the side nearest the window so that when tho latter Is raised an Inch tho bees may pass In and out It desired the bees may bo kept for some tlmo In confinement by raising tho aquarium an Inch on blocks and us ing a strip of wire screen cloth to pro vent the bees from escaping When confined the bees should be fed a syrup of equal parts of sugar and water A frame or two of bees may bo purchased for a trifling sum Put within this glass aquarium somo rustic supports to represent projecting uriileoayed portions of the Inside of tho hollow trunk Keep all covered by an opaque cloth when not observing what is going on within this glass bee homo Then tho bees will be free to work and to adapt themselves to the environment They can suit their own fancy about attaching combs to tho sticks they may build diagonally or In any other form that they may prefer and they may attach the comb to sides or ends just when and where they think It Is necessary- In the artificial hives the combs aro attached only at tho edges but In nat ural conditions within tho bee tree or In Its counterpart as represented by the oldfashioned box hive with opaque Bides and In our transparent Inverted aquarium tho bees can build combs and attach them In tiny way that they sec fit- Ono of tho most interesting objects for study Is to note when tho bees think It necessary to put out a side support from a long comb They seem to believe that they are really within a hollow tree and that It Is likely to bo swayed by the gales Of course when so swayed long combs laden with honey or with young bees would be too much for tho unyielding rigidity ot tho upper part of the combs These It they have no side stays would bend crack and be crashed against each otherThe bees have learned this and give the combs a firm support whenever It Is necessary They do this it is true to a certain extent In tho regular eight or ten frame hive but not with the naturalness with which they do it In a large unobstructed space Not long ago a veteran beo keeper took a colony of bees from an attic where they had been for mhny years Well said he you should have seen the funny forms of those combs most nteresting thing I ever saw There was one pillar almost rounda solid center right up and several feet long and then combs around that the most fantastic shapes you eve saw Snoring Snails Karl Soffel of Paris the wellknow- naturalist has discovered that snail- sptrre lie was experimenting with specimens which he had placed In glass jar In his library and one ev nfng while writing he noticed a p cuilar noise issuing thurefrom If cnnrfntt int I a r f f r 2i r k T 4 7 4 r q r rt a a rr I k t rI t Z rt t 4 i ffa Y7 1 r 1 c TERRIBLE TO RECALL Five Weeks in Bed with Intensely Painful Kidney Trouble Mrs Mary Wagner of 13C7 Kossuth Ave Bridgeport Conn says I was BO weakened and generally run down with kidney disease that for n long time I could not do my work and was flvo weeks in bed Thcro was con tinual bearing down pain ter rible backaches headaches and at times dizzy spells when everything was a blur before mo Tho passages of the kidney secretions were irregular and painful and there was considerable sediment and odor I dont know what I would have doao but for Doans Kidney Pills I could see an Improvement from the first box and fivo boxes brought a final cure Sold by all dealers cents a box FosterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y A Balloon Incline Railroad Consul William Bardel writes from Bambery that Engineer Balderauer of Salzbcrg has invented a balloon railroad experiments with which are now being made In the mountains In the neighborhood of that German city It consists of a stationary balloon which Is fastened to a slide running along a single steel rail The rail is fastened to the side of a steep moun taln which ordinary railroads could not climb except through deep cuts and tunnels The balloon Is to float about 35 feet over the ground and a heavy steel cable connects It with the rail The conductor can at will make the balloon slide up and down the side of the mountain For going up the motive power Is furnished by hydrogen gas while the descent is caused by pressure of water which is poured into a large tank at tho up per end of the road and which serves as ballast Suspended from the bal loon is a circular car with room for ten passengers The cable goes from the bottom of the balloon through the center of the car to a regulator of speed which Is controlled by the con ductor The Inventor of this railroad claims that hU patent will force all incline cable roads out of existence In a few days a letter dropped in the Chicago general postofflce fifteen or twenty minutes before the departure of trains for St Paul Minneap oils Omaha St Louis New Orleans Detroit Grand Rapids Cincinnati Buffalo New York and the cast will be aboard flyers on their way to these and hundreds of other points between the Lakes and the Gulf anti the two oceans The new fast work bertween the Chicago subway and the Illinois Centrals mall rooms at the Park Row station which is also used FournThesruns avenue has a spur In Thirteenth street railwayao itoe tin the subway under the post ianH nt Oij i to the Park Row y t ti af r x av- v i5ic rk 5 rrns r h r 6 y d r r J 2 tr rt L r t V J i t AWFJJL ITCHING ON SCALP Hair finally Had to De Cut to Save AnyScalp Now in Good Condi tion Cured by Cuticura I used the Cuticura Soap and Oint ment for a diseased scalp dandruff and constantly falling of hair Final ly I had to cut my hair to savo any at all Just at that time I read about the Cuticura Remedies Once every week I shampooed my hair with the Cuticura Soap and I used the Oint ment twice a week In two months time my hair was long enough to do up in French twist That is now five years ago and I have a lovely head of hair The length Is six inches below my waist line my scalp Is In very good condition and no moro dandruff or itching of the scalp I used other remedies that were recom mended to me as good but with no results Mrs W F Griess Clay Center Neb Oct 23 1905 Sleepy Policemans Mistake An urban councillor of Milton Sit tlngbourno England got Into a com partment at Barking In which a po liceman and a prisoner were travel ingPresently tho policeman fell asleep and when the train reached Platstow the prisoner falling to arouse his cus todian quietly got out When tho policeman woke up he mistook the urban councillor for his prisoner and tried to force him out to the platform The councillor resisted and the train went on to BromleybyBow Hero the policeman succeeded In hauling the victim out and took him back to Plalstow by train After a long crossexamination tho councillor was liberated and reached home by cab in the small hours of the morning Adam and Eve should have got along better than they did considering that there was never any dispute about one leaving no room In the closet for the other to hang his clothes I cr M t I tt The Things We Eat Too much meat is absolutely hurtful to the body Sailors on board of ships get scurvy when their supply of vegetable food Is exhausted The dl gestive organs of the human body demand vegetable food and if we dont eat enough vegetables we pay for it dearlyNature gave us wheat and in every kernel of wheat nature has distrib uted iron starch phosphorus limo sugar salt and other elements necessary to make bone blood and muscle EGG O SEE Is wheat scientifically prepared Cooked and made into crisp Hakes EGGOSEE goes into the 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anyISubscribers desiring a change of address uhould give previous nddress when writing Correspondents uhould always 1 Ket their items to us not later 1 than Monday if possible when out of statIOnery mention it on a I separate slip of paper News matter of general inter t 6st is welcomed bring it to us t vithout delay if you wish it in I serted Advertisers wishing a change tor discontinuance of ad should inform us the week previous to tniblicattoYi day 4 Address all communications to J rHE OUTLOOK PUBLISHING Co r or to JOHN W HONAKUR Owings tviIlC Ky r J THURSDAY JULY 20 ISOG b JIM HARGIS and Ed Callahan b igotout of the charge of complic inthe murder of J B Mar- I r turn wltlrreputations unimpaired JMCCREAR rather scored one L on Beckham in1 his letter of re ks ply to the latter on the manner of procedure in the primary by a saying that all should be done ac cording to the law 1 LEXiNGjoTT spunked up ovei r vm bea ing her to the Stats T fair and is going to have a of her own in the same week irtt 4 September in which the4 fair will be held Good for Lex ington J V THE CZAR has dissolved thc I b brandnew Russian parliament and fallen back on the army to put A down any threatened revolutionc a Fighting andr Xtheprice of liberty for the ibis p Sf 1 massesk1 NOTHING better illustrates the Wp9 t fj than the recommendation of the commission trying Gen Stoessel j Iwho surrendered Port Arthur af that he be dismissed from the 4 4 rmyand1iotpaat v IT is announced that the rail 7 way companies of Kentucky will t HV fight to a finish the order of thSt 7 Railroad Commission for a r l err reduction in to f4bI t c 1 and ustlce prevail a rYa RVreI 1Jhey tQUgt lm 4 n 0 1 1 r 4 rt f i r t at JIt i fl = l 1 t I rf Y 11t l a 1t tof 1 0 o h a ti iJfi b cu tt j a 1 1 ft I dgttu kSl It t 4roj r4L c1 iI1OIO rff 1t v r f 7 vs L Ia p i 1 j 100 1fi k11 4 xr 1f4 ak1 a l lt1t fXe l if 4 ct f F ra I t 15i i +ot t t a 1 4 1tif1f IXia i 1 f tt jta fI t rt1 3a d- l iaoa f a 1 S 4 atp t0 a r1I t atJta 4 l tJ U a p 1 iI V r t t o a I 1 4 I Ja P rJ 6 tII 1 I r I p t tr1 f- tt a i I t j 7 z JoS t f i t 4J I f f J 1r t t tott 4 0 otI J Z 4 ftttI 14 rr r a 1 4 tt4 jlplh 111r i 11t J t 1 f f 4 t I I jJ f C1 f tI t o Noff 1 tn eI- 1t 1r SI y c J 1 cr 0 J oroftj t Y 7 t v I 1 714 t 7 1 f4t i15 j = a SOI Itft f iiI tj f r j- v fljo uJrr 1 a r f toJ f14oj a r iJ 4 t 11 Wi t 4Jf 4t f rIj t J Sj of f ifrci jof t tl hH lt4t 6L lrttl gI 1 1 tf fi7 tf Yi lIt 7 T e 7r t 4t It i frv I It c c t tEo 0 At a f I 4rta1 t f t1e 1t t r I 4 Y 0 I t fl i It 110 t J 11A 1 r i 0 J r I ti I a j 4rt ti t4JStopstone Mrs Gray of Georgetown is visiting her sons Will and Taylor on the Coons farm Tee Wilson and nephew of Spencer spent Sunday here with f siainMiss Mattie Payne last week in Mt Sterling visiting her brotliorinlaw Win Blevins and f ofanillyL 0 Payne who has been d itownbike dinner with his brother E L anJ family Sunday Childrens day nervicos ilt Corinth Church Sunday night wore quite a success with a big crowd in atteiitlanccwJohn T Kincaid who has been very low with heart trouble is we are glad to say much betteredhope he will continue to Mrs S J Ramey and children o e hendsister Mrs Robert Ragan and family J B Breeding is rebuilding II S Bittingers stock scales and putting them up higher so that they will be ready for weighing again in a few days James S Trcadway who has been working on a house for EId- er Parker at Preston for some time spent Sunday at home bemoaning his lonesomeness Mrs C B Reid was called to the bedside of her mother Mrs StcrlingSaturda easier Mrs R returned home miday night J D Alexander gave an ice cream supper to several of his friends last Saturdaynight ever one wit1 ItlihQtaUdWe are having plenty of rain and its so nice not gully washers but good soaking ones Still we arc having too much for some patches of tobac Bornjjhereand friends and hunting a location for his son Charley c dountrya yAtiyen to S P Steele by his wife lates were set for 41 persons l ast Monday antIall enjoyed themselves very much but none f them as much as did Mi teele himself he was the whole t inga School commenc t Sugar grove Bchoolhou1 Monday lalterMayRtmues as she sfSnwl out I thinkt rivewdhhav JOQiiili J i V 4 VV t J r ivj tc a Iii Jc I x t j J f 4 ttoJ lit t f St 4 i it 7 k Q 7 Ifra a If r 4 + 5 i 1t T W I It a ac zr r a 6 Sa a e r7 a lM ts LIiI1 9 1 t Ier t Jr t l d 1 1 t pdtc t t i ji of I JJ jf tr J I r 1t19 irP a 0 44OV r tt s fG tf 4t s a I i cJ 14 4 I Y i 4S a t t c aa a a J r a 4a J f4I 1 o5 IStops on visitedFlatPastures in this vciny were nowI n on the Some farmers hive lost some hay owing to wet weather Rain has spoiled large amount wheat and rye in the shock Alfred Moore and family vis eI relatives near 0vingsville Sunday J Woodman Fassett of Flat FasIToo often is it the case that e try to make wisdom take the place of work Fleming returnfromcounty James Gregory bought a lot of ifers of May Bros at an aver e of 3GO per cwt Some of us are always so busy making excuses that we have no time to do anything else til Seingsville several days last week v bcllmother Mrs Sarah Bridges Mon lhWIW M Kissick and went datlghterMrs PlainsFrom the startling point of view K u tiltrivaIj uake J deathhisfor which he recently paid 500 is thought that she was shot jrs Ella Hamilton and daugh ters Misses Emma D and Edna went Saturday to visit the fami ly of E S Hamilton on Roes RunJ M Bigstaff Jas Kenney Bros and Sid Hart are l erecting new tobacco barns reparing for the bumper crop ming oncThe great New York Sun made an unexpected flop the otheiaay Can it be that the oi- mes is actually changing 01 has illie Hearst bought the paper The panther story that ori neighborhoodSome are reported to have gotten tilingtoMarried July 16 at the re A dence of the brides father Sam uYjl Piersall Thomas Satterfield MariamPersallhousekeeping in the house cntlvc vaic lwM T tr J fe4 tVt I 41 a r ka 4 r 1 4 i a 4 7iS t t s a j 4 s Z S tf r s S rIt IS t a t a L 1 b Lr OlympIa Mrs Tohn Hunter is very sick w TifeseriouslyMrs Anna Clark of Ashland SarahSmithMissAnna Turner of Salt Lick visited her mother Saturday and Sunday icherereunion grounds Covingtonert Overbey and wife Preston and Olympia base ball teams played Saturday score live to two in favor of Preston Clyde Young and wife visited their aunt at North Middletown fr JMrsdaughtelJack Ramey wife and children visitingMrsteele Slulingedside of her niece Mrs Lula Henry Darnell and wife of Mt 1athIeIr and Sunday Mrs Chappell of Straight GeorgeIl Thursday CharliWebster ki Ccceased oldherhcrdeathgrandfather Bailey Jackson raveyardon Pond Lick BthotWJefferson Routt of Pobblepaid us a visit Tuesday Several from here attended ourt at Mt Sterling soldapairofmulct S theLouisvilleweek David D Tianielf fiorMrs Susan Vice of ly3vi1leScame Tuesday to Wm Henderson J M Cline got his arnvoken b being jerked by a hor hile Hie was holding Sjarae j Will Henderson is asp Jz prMn f1 f a 9Si 5TI 4H 4 c a 4 5r a I la g 4 4 t f 5I5Liav4sC t s S5 pM a i s t t j aa i I i Y j roc a IssJ iiiBoIII so they are thinning them out at a great rate several having lost as many as ten turkeys at a time his is very discouraging to tur shouldbcinvestigated Salt Lick StfndayRev Musgrove have taken rooms at the parsonage Mrs Mae Mann of Morehcad SaturdayOur town is on a boom The sound of the hammer can be heard on every hand Our school commenced Monday with Mr Squires principal and kElizaRESOLUTIONS July 201006 MistijctChurch in session at Salt Lick y thebrethrcnour gratitude for the hospitality and kindness accorded us while in their city and homes pastorpreciation of the entertaiment so Conferenceheartilyendorse RHowesfullest cooperation for the fu turo success of the district UGCitylt Mrs Vic CharleyCooperand Sunday CityMoandfamilyH R Walton attended the bed of his daughter Mrs Arthur ailer near Helena who is quite sick daughtelPoplarPlains atFairviewducted by Elders Conitr and FransteelJohnson Hurst sold ar forfiveofSaltBettie Cutrightwat this A e dlenItiand Miss Era Havens asMsb 4 1 i i s f a a t a 34 a j W Yt Sh 4 j L fz r + a Ji 5S 4 it l J I 5S 3 ta=5S iM Sharpsburg Dr Rutherford is quite sick I JJ Mark was here Wednes daY Mass Nellie Richart visited in Maysville last week John English of Mt Sterling wasih town Friday SIAllSomo tobacco is being toppelI hut as a rule the crop is R C horouchRecent rains interfered greatly dpheattlreshmg MissAnnieBrumagem and Stan y Cmathers visited near Car le Sonday M thissAnnaweekI Knight returned home Tuesday from Maysvillcac companied by her sister Mrs Vwh H Taulbee and chiklreiiwi sato Valloy Mrs Martin Jones is about the same of her illness Peter Hart was a caller at Mrs Martin Jones Sunday Another hard rain Sunday It is raining every day Ollie Lathram was the guest of Miss Rosa Stone SundaymMisses Almer Toy and Lucy StoneSundayButler Toy of near Wyoming was the guest of his uncle Butler Toy and a ofndMisses Mollie and Blanch Lathram and Lottie Garner visit ed the family of Frank Shrout Saturday night and Sunday X S rhhultzAmanda Shultzs sale near Olym pia Saturday Things sold re markably well Craics teBornwjfe a son Born to Banks and w JjWeand crops in this vicinity are look ing fine ofMrsatSaltMrs Teerels nrat IA Monday ThosMc uiin wife and lit e son Je visited Wm Me n nlt a 5jL 7 a t 4 ti iJl J tfa a idaspttrsj a1a t aa I i a ii a y f a j 1 t t a i l iia f e 5a a r 5 J J 1 a p 5 1 r n Jctithof the Plainsivfly HARIEMANHINGthAuthor of IcwL1 1903 Hn Prctinithif p Erc5iircir IClot No well bred romance of itnmaternal grandfather hail been the fa mous Sioux chief Hying Hawk her jr theWnor yet her name or race The Indians io oundUU1emigrant train They took her with em and she grew up in the Black lL country a white skluue Sioux marrying n chief of the people that had slain her people She accepted her squaws portion uncomplainingly veti cheerfully nt squaws work ile her brave made war on the iite hunted anti smoked She rear her half breed children in the leg ds of their fathers people and died 11111tJICCimffalo and their Jiuntlug ground Her daughter Singing Stream who knew no worth of English but who couJd do better bcadwork than any withIcabin on Elder creek That was before tho gold fever reached the Black lulls nil Kodney built the cabin that he might nsh anti hunt unit forget Urn past anti why he left It There were reasons why ho wanted to forget his Identity as a white man In hit play at being an Indian Jn tho first flare of youth and the Joy of having come Into her womans kingdom the half breed squaw was pretty She was proud too her white man the house he had pupoosowlthbluotaught to servo ma meekly for ho was the lord of creation Rodnoy talked Sioux to her He had all but forgotten he was n white man o girl papoose ran about the cabin towiiJo bcketIlitynooneyHer Indian mother never si hgitificanceEIO could not say but made at least n sort singing syllables of In the In greeted11c1Hotltl 5gto conditions primeval endured for hia hthbreak after the manner ot the women beStIUheroqtdJgtancCllAnti then the Tunilliis r from nnessse to the Black lluls They tUJ31Iftp Oh tlstop lC1 i 1 UJjnol ll 1i ii a a I Spkp 4a v41j a t i CIa ofc Si t j ar t e v 7 c 44 ca FJ svtJr ra L tj oj ra t V loCrI jtJJJjJ j i t sk t J5 iSy5 F s 4 I L fC t 7 J X + 5 t a i o I Itielr romance TBcgradmfltwi nWjtcanard of her to lilt the troll fto3daIL missionary happened to t rJ0nt the time and have n rcaif ed1Iiig with Rriug and n fee to th4 The wedding party started for erlllSnhont emmoiiy bad r the culrninatloy P f the most deco arhlp TUt V r ballaU brother rtro r IvIS i tldiig crudtf Jesfo i HiG I iank delight of the prospective 1nit and the giggling protestations of th0 Lrlde The chaplain lit the post 1lI1 jbiosed to uk tcj v qtsvstlons Par i00114 niado queer marriages in those 9 itumuItuouH days and it was regarded 1i rt patent of worthy motives that e pair should call In the clan of tlid gospel nt nilf To ho question blether r not he hiul been mart e fi oduey nnguofcoiV WeliraKjpi tills h the ftizt time1 ItcnIg was n Jroppml in and added the smiles and fluttering to the rather grim party among them Mrs Atkins who had Just omc to the post as a bride They even lidded n trifle or two from their own store of pretty things as presents ta Sally And Miss Tuthin1tt thepo Mrs Warren Koduey vltb1 bo ie6ff I ier own to go to vvSfT Singing Stream did not hasten in bet aucst for bright fabrics with which to stay the hand of fate To the half breed woman the Journey to town wa5 1 not without a certain revivifying pleas otJdtire The Indian in her stirred to the ithroughthe solemn eyed little Judith the story af thb SIoux and what a great fighting people they hUll been before UodneyaT people drove them from their land v Judith was nofaulte four wbeu abe Imothermile of Warren Rodneys cabin on El der creek Singing Stream halted and prepared for the great event of rsin Btatemcut 1lrat she made a splendid toilet of purple calico torn Into eiryef and tied about tbc waist to sipiulate the skirts of the devil woman Ocr bpckSk1nbroidered and a necklace of elk teeth vound twice about the Uroat On feet she wore new moccasins of tanVied elk ide and these toowctf1flMi- many colors Her hntow braideil with Bcarlct ann iIneys cabin not as an 6jitgrbwnmta4 1Fhesometblnjo moment was about to appen a The gala trio Singing Stream Judith fand Judiths doll presented themselves jlit Rodneys house before whicJi tho iIf bride was waJililrig clothes the 1wjr ug One Sally as usual wore se the rose colored cnlUoos With tbjI- rta turned well Iii and tlie s1eeves44 n oc thu eltI he WII lted t1J wltlt t ijy h Ily cnjot all tll ho I1 f t f a 4 4 dtiaa r aFFJr1i a bISqa i 4 i PI5As 4 sAS 55rt 1 i ci 4 1dF j yS i j W ii 5T a i a 5S jS4S itf4 j S