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VOL XXV OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 3 I 903 NO8
5
When you have a news
I Item or wish to cominuni
cato with THiS OUTLOOK I
office by phone ring up
5 7
Buy your fruit from J A Power
r 4 t1i4 Ask for Stoveneona Clover Lea r
Bread It is the beste
I
z S D Thompson a son
r
Brcad It IB the best
Buy your apples pears peaches
p lomone oranges bananaeeto from
J A Power
I Ask for Stevensons Clover Leaf
A Bread It is the besti
I
Ask for Stevensons Clover Leaf
Bread It is tho beatt
i
The weather turned cooler Sun
day and it has nearly required fircd
for comfort
p Jackson Estill and their ten
ant Wm Hedrick of Wyoming de
livered to J M Richart 11255 Ibs
of tobacco nt cl
e IA heavy sbower fell hero about 3
l f oolockSaturday afternooq It was
I all right as far as it entut it
ididnt RO far enoughm
Ask for Stevensons Clover Leaf
4 4 Bread It is the best J
l
i Hitchcock Devilcliff of Toney
town Maryland were herft Satur
w day and bought sixteen w anlingl
p mules at 27 to 40R
S Remember Mrs Estill is closing
P + out her entire stock at cost for
1 cash Come in and get bargains
J J las D S ESTILL
I
I t I Ak for Stevensons Clover Loaf
Bread It is tbe beef
I Henry Hopkins bought of Ben I
s 4F Shrout twelve steer calves at
1260 per bead They were thc
t I choice out of a larger number
S 0 Ak for Stevensons Clover Loaf
Bread It ia the best N
1 g An alrm of lire Thursday after
I noon called the people to Aunt
I Marl Colomane bouse rhe blaze
burned a hole in the roof before it
was extinguishedQ
Ask for Stevensons Clover LeniC
Bread It it the best
WASTKU Girl or boy not less
S than ten years old to go to Ne
braska to llvftMRS
Ip MRS SARAH ESTILL t
Owin fiville 1yw
4 i Ask for Sttvenoons Clover Leaf
Bread It IB tlI8ost
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Elder Elbert Dawsona ineetiiife
T it to bo held in Off Hindrixs new
4 barn oh gaRt fllrkor litt Creek I
i f instead of < m White pnk nn stated
in l twnks Issu
8 1 4 4elrclhtl h tP
b tonk thost i < > Were so kind te
t 1 trs duthO Illucss und denth oJ
y < ir dear husband and father Wm
i iiHorsem n Mas MINNIE HOUSE
ry AMD CHILORKK
rF6 I
1 FzRMe successors to OaO
4 car Palmer we are prepared to d ii
j everything in the line of blacksmith 1
4 nnd carriage tepair work havin
flrvteltM smiths and pantorHc
4 Your patronage Is solicited
4 ESTILL tfe HON 1ER
Ask for Stevensons Ctoyer Leaf I
Bread It is the best J
r FOR SALE70 acres land is
r1 Ragland oil field good House ancc i
barn good orchard free use oi
II gas Wt domestic purposes two
l gar wells on rra1 reserve roy
I alty OB oil and gas wells on farm
l j BERT MoKiNNEr
I
f GODMTY ELKCTIOK CQItMISIOLt
y TBeStftte Board of Election Com
4i fciHloners baT appointed Wm
Jackson of Wyoming and Wallace
R Gudgell to constitute the Batb
1P4v T < 3oBBty Board Elootion Commis
i 4l ioBerfVSheriff Seth Bolts ia aij
tI ex 1oM ember
sy fnAzTs NEW Da s 0t
4 1 i Seninary has been papered paint 1
p c ed sad refutblehed up inside gen
c rallyy Wallace Barnes and will
preMBt a seat appearance to thol
T pupils when they assemble next
1 I lloMday to vndergbXthe falLs an r
I wiBtergriBd in thalr efforts to ge t jj
TA eoJI18eet ttfStto t
tt BbosHT FABK JpbaiBon Itff At
ehtsea bought of Jackson it Estill
I 140 aerM of the Milton P Collins
Colilaa
trm p 1 Licking river nenr WjEP1
W aere1r 1 d1ng tbe
t e teiideBee and Jmprovemente Jack
1 eoR k Estill retain 150 acres They
s c paid 15000 for the 290 acres mak
lag their 150cost them 1133 per
t ere
MBKTINQ Rev Ed L Sanford
dt
I held a Meeting at Stony Point
yz Bourbon county closing Sunday
night Aug 16th with about 25
I professions 18 being baptized
He was assisted by Rev Emmet
7 ArRold of WJlmore Rev San
i forctwillbeg1n snother meeting IIv
the ullle aetghborhood Sunday
night Sept 6th He Is attending
v CoBfereaee at Cynthiana this week
GOHB TO COXFERKHOX Tbo M
I E CoRfereoce Meets at Cynthiuua
WeiiMdty ibis week Rev F
D Palffleter pastor of tbe church
is l ere the past year is in attend
r jijB if Rev Palmcter IB a ma st I
l ortlijgeBtleHiaBjland if it shou Id
Veins lot to be assigned here age In
t the church will have reason to reo
lifj ice if he is sent elsewhere THE
1kini st1sesowlth him
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PERSONAL rI
rPERSONAL rIS
Chns II Williams of Carlialowa8
in town Tuesday >
Wiley G Prater of Prcstonburg
was iu townJiIundaY
j1 H Drowns little daughtcrTrouoJ
1M boon Rink thn nnst Week
Mr and Mrs E W Ileflln return
ed Saturday from their trip to Now
York City
Mies Ruth Palmer of near Bethel
has been visiting relatlvwjipre for
several days oftar
Frank Perry loft Wednesday I
morning for a tendays visit to LitI
tlo Rock Arko
Misses Mary Gudgoll and Lillian
Daughorty are visiting Miss Marya
MaryHunter1
IlMrs
turnoou to attend tho fall millinery
openings at Cincinnati
Mrs James Glllon went Tuesday
to Flemingaburg to join her husband
und begin housekeeping
Mr and Mrs Ed Barnes loft SuisA
day to visit Mr and Mrs John DA
McIntyre at Columbus O
Mrs Claude Paxton of Mt Ster
ling will bo with her father WmH
Daughorty the ensuing week
Mrs J B Goodpastor accompan
iod by her sister Mrs T L Youngof
Louisvillo returned home Saturday
James M Ramey lately one of the
firm publishing the Messenger loftt
Friday to accept a position at Butler
Ind v
dMisses
Misses Annie Leo and AdaWoodn
of Bardstown wilt return home thl j
week after a visit to Miss May Kin
c aldw
caldMr and Mrs John R Carmichael
and children of Louisville are visit
log Mrs Cs father Win Moore ons
Roes Bunh
Mrs G W Conner and littlo son
Harold returned Monday from a
visit to ber mother Mrs Glover in
Winchester
Mrs L T Chidester and littlo
dauglitnrri Clara and Bouluh and
niRce Mahel lloyd of Farmers wore
in town Mo into
ames MissKnto and R H Conh
ner IIIve moved Ironi tholr old homo
on High street to tho Litters housete
v teu
1 tfnt4tMrA1frodOrks hlve
rented tlioJamea Glllon residence on
east Main street aid will move to it
b bcgiouseKcep1nge
Miss Battle Fans returned homo
laot week from a visit to Miss Nina
Hazolrlgg at Frankfort ftjlss Haz
clrlgg accompanied her home N
Mr and Mia Cud Ingram of near
Qlympia left Wednesday for n
months vl sit to rnlati vos In Kansas
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City and other parts or the Vestm
Lewis McCoy and Misses Nell Me
McCoy
Mr nnd Mrs Hqnry T Hopkinsre
1 iwo returned homo to Lexington I
I
wlthfllerhrother I
hrother Hughei on Flat Creokfnndw
will littl fit tlie lartsgY611 by Miss 1
I tolierta i mil ton at S 1n tOil I
ISIIss May Daugherty and lrs nu J
ie Horrnn will leave Thursday to J
ntt > iiii theM E Conference ntCyn I j
tliiana Mrs T W Ewing will also i
itteud
tteudD
mtyOodpJt waw I
I n Atlnni Ofty N Jrcaollt d tierst
Thursri3 > j ini trtonttoud the fu1
nrlIf r I arAfrs V fIt
Parterpott
ParterpottMrri
Mrs Pierce W v J Iit V n I
Klltpatriok oir St hts i nt
tiVoduostIay
Elva Catiett and V nf U Dauglierw
respectIvely v 1
r Col Bob HasJpIritrg lately of the
O OImplanSilrll1 hotel It sold byI
the lftSterHn papers to have 8cjl
Icepted a clerkship in tho Nationalo
Hotel In that city Col Bob will be I
a Sdrawing
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r IASKET MEBTINQ The annual I
basket meeting At Kendalls Spring I
pchoolhouso will take place the
second Sunday fn Septomborj The I
gathering Is practically a union 4
service the congregation being
composed of people from Bath I
Rowan and Menifee countieo if j
UNCLAIMED LETTEBS Remain
ing in OwingsviUe pnstoffice Septj
1 1903 Mrs Mattio McCoy CI
O Bertram June Yarkn Jeff He 4
ton Mrs Emma Stone Miss 1IoryI
1IoryCrutchl I
Crutchtfeld Mrs Ruthie Bicbrd j
Persons calling for above letters
pfeaae say advertisedy
J ABAaNEitM i
BASE BrLTho mixed team I
that went from here under teamt l
name of the Owingtville club plyI
threo games at Flomingsburg last I
week against the club of thattown
The Owingsvilles won Wednesdays 1
game by 14 to 5 lost Thursdays I
by 20 to U and lost Fridays byh
to 8 I
On Thursday afternoon a Salt j
Lick nine came here and defeated 1
4 n Owingsville nine by 10 to 3
rHoHOK8EJUN
WU HOBSBMASa tKATrt Wil
Ham Horseman died at his home on
Naylors Branch at 8 oclock Friday
night of typhoid fever and was bur
led in Owingsville Cemetery SnturI
dayafterhoon Deceased was agca
about 32 years and was the oldest
child of Albert J Horseman He
leaves a wife who was Miss Minnie
Barney daughter of Alfred A KB
mey of Howards 111141st two
children survive The family have
the sympathy of their friends In
their bereavement
FODOH NoMiHATBD The Rebub
hearts of the 94th Legislative dis
trid composed of the counties of
Bath and Rowan held a convention
at Salt Lick Monday August 31st
and nominated as the candidate tt
the Republican party at the next
November election William A
Pouch of Rowan county Hiram
Cornett and George Kennedy both
of Rowan were placed in noinina
tion CornelL received Rowans
nine and four of Baths vote Ken
nedy thirteen of Baths Finally
both were withdrawn and Fouoh
norflinnted dFouchis one of Ro V
ans solid citizens and was form
> jy Sheriff
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i Courthouso tower are up3and the
tower towers higher dullyI
Notlc nw boaw one
rent nro requested to callut the
Exchange at once and pay saw 0lo
OWISOSYILIE TELEPHONE Co
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DIED Thomas Qoodpastor gone
rally known us Judge Farm died
of consumption about 5 oclock a m
Wednesday Ho had been in tiO
barber business here nearly over
since the Civil War He was well
liked by everybody and was a quiet
civil mana
DEATHS Mrs Alex Bailey died
of dropsy Wednesday night of last
week at her home ton East Fork
and was buried UienjHoTing after
noon at the Hohdrjxs graveyard
Deceased leaves ly husband and
three children SBo was a daugh
ter of Wm Arrasmith and was aged
41 years I
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RESOLUTION OF RESPECT Hall 0w
Acker Lodge No 148 A 0 U W J
August 31st HJ03I
aWe
pointed committee submit the fol I
lowing resolutions of condolence toI
our brother N Reid Patterson in j
tho death of his wife ina Goodpas o
ter Pattersonm
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lit That Acker Ledge extends 1
to its bereaved brother its most
sincere sympathy in the untimely t
death of his beloved wife We re I
alize that it is difficult to bo con I
tent with words
mere sympathetic 1 n
when love has crossed tho
w one we 1 r
dark river still wo must nil bow to tl
t ho will of the Creator and Pro t
server of tho universe and retnom A
her that after walking in the vILIJ
ley of the shadow of death tboro is 6e
a brighter and better life beyond t
And our brother can take comfort I
in the knowledge that angel hands e
are held out to him through thec
long and weary years that may t
elapse before ho joins her there 6
h 2d That a copy of these resolu a
ions bo presented to Brother Potc
tereon one spread upon the records 0
and one presented to THE OUTLOOK jj
and the Messenger for publication si
JAMES M Ross hi
R L ZIMMERMAN > Committee tr
CECIL KAKRICK ri
NOTED MORGAN SCIIDT Amort
the most noted of Morgans 1fo
w wias
luring the four years of the Civil w
W Shitr
nious regiment commanded by John If
M thorgan
whom thVcredlt of preventing that °
regiment from being surprised anti w
making it possible for it to ninke U
the marches which made its fame II
world wide was due a In
LxFpr the past seventeen yrr Mrti
iBigitaff faffs been even more faithi U
lul in the service octlle Lord than tl
h the
commander during tho Civil War gli
During these vnra ho hull 7h
his time hi i < t1iattd iinc1 > d
to thr ii I people i a It V
O VL
olI
wiuipcuso or salary No road w
u 19 been too long no night too an
dark for him to go on any errand to
of mcroy or service to those to cr
whom he has dedicated his life w
fifr Bigataff was born on Febru ca
a thry
lucky He joined John Morgans hi
original company on the 27th of cc
September 1861 helping to elect A
General Morgan Captain of that Ti
company He served with great 11a
diotinption until ho was captured m
at Bufungton Island Ohio in Au as
gust 1863 and was confined at tic
Camp Douglas until March 8 1864 ua
when he escaped from Camp Doug ed
las and joined General Morgan who da
had escaped from the Ohio peal fe
t entiary In Virginia and served pi
under him until bls death when he w
Joined General Eskels brigade and fc
served under him and General John w
JohuC
C Breokinridge until his surrender oi
at Washington Ga in 1865 He ne
joined the church on August 14th da
1874 and for the past seventeen be
years has been a missionary in the hi
mountains of Kentucky for the qu
past thirteen years of that time bo w
ing in Breathftt county He wa S m
elected chaplain of Morgans S ab
formed at the reunion held at W
Parks Hill No kindlier or gent of
ler truer man over served the Lord w
and no braver man ever wore uni th
form than Uncle Ben Bigstaff as s
he affectionately called ynll h
those who are fortunate enough to si
know him Lexington Herald Im
A picture ot Mr Bigstaff aocoiri t m
p etanled
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Savoyards Letterin
Louisville osttl
Washington Aug22 There died
I n Metcalfe county Ky some 8th
ago Judge Samuul Shannon at tbeu
advanced age of ninetythroe He
Inwile
was a most interesting character a
very strong man physically an cic
morally His Individuality of char j J1
Laioter P
hiI
eelfreliancb was sublime his un m
selfishness was perennial He UtB II
a Christian and believed in the
Word and all the Word I mve 1
een him on horseback thousand
times I never saw him riding at uI
faster gait than a walk I nevr tri
saw him in a hurry and I never
knew him to bo behind time He
lived up to his promises and that c
is a great big part of the whole dutYJ
of man Hogot hreligion at
the mourners henchbo wrestled e
with the spirit and was triumphant e
after much tribulation mid he i
never had very much faith in any 1
religion that was easy to get He t
belonged to the Cumberland Pre tS I
by terian church he knew ibe Bible i
from lid to lid and he prayed every i
day of his life 7
BB wsa farmer and intruder
3f
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lefPefore the building of the Louis
p illo Nashville railroad he used to
haul goods from Louisville to tact
Ullre
hise
way to Louisville after goods and
loaded with tobacco The turnpike
in Hurt county was not in as good
order as the law required He drovoD
his team through a gate south af
Green river and refused to pay loll
O 1n
again refused to pay toll at thatB
gate The turnpike company badC
a summary way of doing business I
and they seized one of the six horses
of tho team Some days after thePi
horse was sold at public auction for
th e toll Shannon employed JoliaTi
D Tionan
Inwed them to a standstill lIe got
big damages and a big judgment
for costs for the case was in the
Court of Appeals a time or two An
execution was issued on his jiidg
w ont and levied on the turnpike
It was sold at tho Courthouse door
and Shannon bought it The turn
pike stubborn
company was too t
and did not exercise tho right oft
redemption for a long lime and IIwo
looked as though Shannon would Ith
own the pike but he finally got his f
money and tho turnpike company tt
was very glad to get rid of him I
loIn
In 1860 the Legislature orentedC
the county of Motcalfo carved iiwi
mostly out of Barren with slices of c
Hart Green Adair Cumberland
01
and Monroe to round out the goog
rapby Edmonton was selected atnin
the county seat and the officers of at
th e new county were chosen at the ye
August election 1860 The Vh 1gmof
or whatever they then called them wj
selves were slightly in tho majori
ty and Shannon was a Whig But wi
there was not much politics in that 00
election Neither party held a < jn
convention and there were more
than a dozen candidates for Asses tis
sor In those days it wns fashion an
ablo for candd lltet to go over the dj
countyeleotionooring with plenty ha
of whisky in bottles that filledth
their Euddlebags to bursting But vc
Shannon did not do that He filledma
his saddlebags with candy atdwr
treated tho women and children ti
tic wan defeated for County Judge ty
In 1S66 ho was uigitin a candidate rrr
for Judge und opposed hy the man
who had beaton him in I860 Ii tir
was un exceedingly close and
race n4 ni
Shannons majority was only six
In 1870 the Siitne two ran fur the do
third time and Shannon beat liii It
1opponent
was a wonder No punt up legal vji
Utioa contracted his adjudication bewa
lie always had on hand plenty ofal
u uiiov
or
country wnnflcrud whore hu got it titl
e hail a pronouiictd son o oi jus an
tli Ho hated a iaei niioss For ub
e te J1n huG of the legal prof Jfi tha
sinn hn fI
nt r t 18C
hl tHjllst nl1u
viyi aSihis might
hal never forget the cao otw
V we1thers
was the landlord of the defunrtant th
thlis
and had sued out an uttaahmont lis
for rent and levied it on tho cornI un
crop of the defendant Withers si
was an excellent man and did not J
euro about the rent but he believed tra
frthut
ligat
him and then he was the relentless
crditor His lawyers were James R
1ifRousspau
Roupspau and JotinW Compton n
The defendants lawyers were Wil
Ham J Whitlnck and the youngest
member of the Edmonton bar was
associated with him just for prl1CI
IS
lice It was a bleak day in Jan
uary and as it was the sole contest
case on the docket it took all
y to try it Not only did tho do
fense resist the attachmentbut they
pleaded paymonj of the rcntTlisre ve L
was a jury and the evidence was all 4th he
for tho plaintiff and if there ever
was a legal definition of the grounds sig
pfo
for
°
attachment sworn to on the wit
ness stand Withers proved it that am
the
thy
jeing a great man I have known Ito at
tom
pacnce
was what has brought to naught so it
muohgeniui alaokofapplicationan rto
absence of continuity of purpose
Whitlock Was not satisfied with uth
tho
ththe
wanted to master them all He was st
the first man to make an abolition afi
speech south of the Green riverand or
tad ho been able to fix his eyes on a are
singlegoal he would have gone far
fo
fonever
more delighful companion He wa mha Iw
eternally startling bis companions wi
pith original thoughtp but S
nchoate Nature denied him a am
wibalance
respect the
the
us
Well when the evidence was all w
alpr
Whitlook turned to his junior rl
council and told him to address thee
jury and be sure and repeat Ui 0by es
byoetry
loorning
Burns
Ill no any men are villains a a
The real hardend wicked ci
Vhu boo ono check but human law 1 n
Are to a few restrictedco
But ooh mankind aro unco weakb
b
An little to be trusted by
If self tho wavering balance shake p at
Its rarely right ndjusted ad
Then Whitlock moved to dis p
charge the attachment Tho law to
yers all laughed immoderately but is
Whitlock made n speech that was w
simply thrilling and a tear came
slowly into tho Judges eye and o
rolled down his bronzed cheek to
When Whitlock concluded Comp a
ton w nted to make a speech in re c
pi but RousBeau would not permit lit
it and called for judgment The attachment
attachment is discharged said the o
Judge That was all we wanted t
Minor nevor intended tcvjutve IDY g
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RACKET STORE
WE HAVE TOO MANY SUMMER GOODS
and they are bound to go if they lose money
Call and see them before buying
1 JtJ tA b
Dust Pans 5c
2qt Tin Bucket 70
1qt Mason Jars doz flOe
2 nt doz GOc
Brooms 2515 13c
BroomsCup
Cup and Saucers sot 25c
Glass Tumblers each 2c
3qt Tin Coffee Pot lOc
Pipes 10 5 2c
Hair Clippers 70 COo
Ti n Muffin Pan De
ce Dress Lawnsrcduced to yuuc
Back Hair Combs 15c
Red Table Linen yd 18c
Mending Tissue pack 5c
Baby Hair Brushes lOc
Tablnts 5 3 Ic
Lace Pillow Shams 12c
Mens Work Gloves pr 44 25 lOc
CASH PAID FOR EGGS
thing subject to execution and a
thousand judgments against him
would not have embarrassed him in
the the slightest He got his coin
for thb amount in controversy was
too small for appeal It vas a
long time before tho Motcalf bar
could think of Withers vs Minor
without smiling Rousseau nnd Iw
Compton however did not smile
on the contrary quite the reverse
There never was n raorcbospi table
man than Sam Shannon He lived
Antiouli for three scoro nnd ten
yearfl and for more thanfifty years
that timehis family never knew
what it was to sit down to tIn table
breakfast dinner or 4 supper
without company It was n church
community and nearly every Sun I
day there was meeting nt Antioch
Cumberland Presbyterian Bap
tist or thodistnud there waii
invitation to everybody to take
dinner at Brother Shannons I
hava known more than 100 to accept
that invitation and it included pro
vender for beast as well as food for
man and I am ascertain aathat Im
write this that there never was any
thing like a flinch of that hospital
lam sure that he no more be
grudged what his guests consumed
many of them atrungore than I
the gourl of water a neighbor i
might have taken at his spring I
pPerhaps
doubtless it Is unpatriotic to belleoI
tutiii
patriotism anyhow but I cannot
inn think that the civilization of t
KuntuuUy of the decade ISpOlSCO
wnt tho grainiest man over made in
any ago anywhere Tbero is no
more hnsiiltulity cvtm In Xontuckv ft
old Virginia when nunsured by
e who remembers the Kontueky
md
loiuttur
thou Sluiinoi > was n product of n
thai epoch tho Kentucky of before
Iatti te lies VJwt for ho
< MI jun aiijT > ty lousw
1111 > fiij pastor was Wili ui Kcal
hlKiiclf an extraordinary tiittu rireyb
wur < 3 in nccord in nearly nil mutters b
doctrine but iu two or three v
things they disagreed It wnun col
lUion between tho Irresistible authA
unmovable und it lasted nil night A
In the swoet bye and byu Sam
Shannon William Neal undWilliam
Whitlock are among tho Jewels
from Kentnoky may tho sod lie
lightly above them
SAVOYARD
AN ADDRESS TO VOTERS
OF KENTUCKY
ISSUED BY STATE COMMITTEE
ON CONSTITUTIONAL
CONSTITUTIONALAMENDMENT
AMENDMENT
Gentlemen At aCommorcial Con
vention of tho State of Kentucky i
iclrt in Louisville on the 2d 3and
th days of June 1003 the under a
signed were appointed a committee I
r the purpose of bringing the n
amendment to tho constitution of t
e state which is to be voted upon
the November election this year f
the attention of voters of all ti
mrtiea in tho state and obtain for
the necessary number of votes r
secure its adoption t
Tho amendment is purely a non
partisan measure vitally affecting I I
e interests of all citizens of the I h
ate no matter what their party
afllliationa or occupations may beg
where their of residence
places i
e situatedp
p
The beneficial effects which will f
follow the adoption of the amend c
ent aro so vast that they can
hardly be estimated Tho evil that w
will result if by any chance the t
amendment should fail of adoption a
will be disastrous in the extreme to 0
e best interests of the state i
The adoption of the t q
ilt not change in ibo least the
q
iresent system of taxation in Ken a
uoky for state and county purpos 3
as it applies only to taxes levied
jy cities and towns for their own i
ocal purposes h
Tho manufacturers merchants
and Ouuncial institutions in the
cities and towns of our state lira
now tremendously handicapped in o
competing with those in other states I
y the provision of our state con
stitution which requires the sjimo
d valorem taxes to be levied onall
personal property by cities and
towns for their local purposes as
levied by them on real estate
within their boundaries 1
This provision does not exist inI
other states in which the com petit
ors ofour manuracturersmerchiints I
raototirwanufacturoremerclitintI
and financial institutions are lo I
cated eo that our people in these
lines of business ore at n great dis <
ndvnntiigo in competing with those
of other states and tho result is
hat our existing industries do not
grow us they should new industries I
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are not established in our state in
O S large number and importance as
In other states while not pos
sess nnythinp r irroTnvn
vantages h h taxation is
not anlj c liiirdcnsome and on
erous as in Kentucky
The provision of o r con 3titutfon
which tho ninendment after its
adoption will euro also operates
i o drive capital from our midst and
compels that which remains with
us to charge higher interest rates
when we borrow money than we
would have to pay if money used
in banking and financial operations
was not taxed PO exorbitantly for
municipal purposes
Farmers and country merchants
of Kentucky dont make the mlsI
take of thinking the adoption of
thiH amendment of the constitution I
will not beneficially Direct youI
If you want existing factories in I
our towns and cities to grow so as 4
to give employment to more men iI
if you want new industries to be
established employing still more
men if you want more consumers
for your farm products nod more I
buyers at your counters i if you I
want lower interest rates when you 4
borrow money i if you want to lesI
sen your state and county tuxes
in a word if you want RS much
prosperity throughout the length
and breadth of our grand old com
monreolthliS prevails in other
States then vote for the amend
w ont and get your neighbors to
y > te for it
Every existing factory enlarged
and every hew factory brought in
to Kentucky through this amend
ment to our conntitution means
lower State and County toxosfot
all the property thus brought in
will go to swell the assessments for
h tate and county purposes which
will enable the rate to be reduced
Lot the amendment bo adopted
by rcwtelming vte i4 fa
vor
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State Committed Conetitutiona
Amendment
AmendmentS
S S SVVAOB Chairman Ashland
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JOB I LANDEB Hopkinsville t
WILBUR F BROWDERRuBselvillo
WM A ROBINSON Louisville
J M KKOTT Lebanon I
AIVAIL L TBBBT Louisville
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HENRY T DUNCAN Lexington
C L SBABOY Waco c
HKNBV L STONE Louisville
GABBKTT S WAIL MaysvUle
R B PERRY Winchester
W L Buovrx London
PNCLABKESecretaryLouisvillo fld
GENUINE MOURNING A n d row t
Carnegie tells with a merry twinkle 1
in his eye of a boyhood friend d
with whom ho renewed acquaint c
nee on a recent visit to Scotland
In the course of conversation Car
negie happened to ask about a cer fl
tain Geordie McKay
Hes dead long agosaid his
friend and Ill never cease regretT
ting him ae long as I live 1
Dear mo I Had you such a great
respect for him as all that asked
tho library king
Na na I It wasnat only respec
mnrriedI
his widowNew York Timeso
SMART BovHe walked into the c
grocery store with a slip of paper fi
in his hand and too grocer at onco c
produced his pencil and order book c
for the boys mother was a good ti
customer n
cuetomerGood
Good morning said the boy r
whoso curly head scarcely reached
to the counter hI want three and t
half pounds of sugar Its 6 ti
cents a pound aint it And rico li
is 8 I want to buy two and a c
quarter pounds of that And a t
quarter pound of your 70cent tea I
nnd two and a fifth pounds of your g
35cent coffee and three pints of
m gilk
it And please give me tho bill
he ended breathlessly for I have f
got to got to school J
The grocer made out the bill t
wondered at the queerness of the i
order nnd handed it to the boy c
asking as ho did so i
Did your mother send tho mon
oy or does she want the goods 1
charged
The boy eeizod the bill and said 1
with a sigh of satisfaction I
Ma didnt send 010 at all Its
my arithmetic lesson and I 11I lto i
get it somehow
And as be ran out the grocer Ope
cued the cigar case nnd handed out
smokes t0 the < mon who were there
liri on mb he rtldisy
theres more than one way to skin j
an eel isnt thcr4Ne York
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See our Job iSampIesr
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S DDLESUARNESS
Why buy a shoddy socalloil handmade or maclilneinaio k
Saddle or Harness when you can get strictly first class goods 4
made right hero at homo and made out of the best oaktalucd f > k
leather and hy mon that only make flrstclass work ij
Our KENTUCKY SPRING SADOl
Is tho easiest and easiestriding nnd most durablesaddle mfld AiSSSr
If you try one set of our Imnthiiadc buggy ha nesd you will
always use them I have the bestllnoof snildlery goods in this
part of the State I am Youro for best saddles and harness I
EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KJ
SAME P1 ATCHISON
DRUCCIST 1
FINE WHISKIES WINF TGBAGGO ClGARS JGi
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WITH LOUISVILLE OK TANNED SOLES ttifj
bestwearing leather in the world s
For
sale by
byOscar Chandler
I PricesToSttitTimes 1
6sc lace curtains for 450
A90C u u I
90Cu 650
I 6508c
3 50No
1 50 laces for 4C f
k 225 extra size white table cloth f4fj j
6oc table covers for s 39c
3oc dresser scarfs for 220 4
Floor oil cloth per yd 220
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4 Kangaroo guaranteed 150 J 0
1 4s Vici Pat leather regular 3275 +
I adles Vici Kid shoes lace teg 292C i1
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150 6Qc f
Mens JU
44 suits regular 54 for 2 98
CASH PAID FOR EGGS AND HENS f
Oscar Chandler One do r above 98rt
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This Is not agane x I M Wean
you think how liable y ci r not to
purchase the only reined uaivorsul
Iy known and n rcmedj thras had
the largest sale of any medicine in
tho world since 13CS for the cure and
treatment of Consumption aud
Throat and Lun troubles without
losing its great popularity all those
years you will bo thankful we called
your attention to Bosohees German
Syrup Thoro ore so many ordinary
cough rom dles made by druggists
and others that are cheap and good
fo night colds butforeevereCoughs
especiallyfol
for Consumption where thoro L dif
ficult expectoration and coughing
during thd nlgiits and mornings
there is nothing liko German Syrup
Syruprho
Tho 25 cent elio tins Just been intro
duced this year Regular size 76
cents At JOHN TIUM HOUGH
a SONS
10000 GIVEN AWAY
THE LOUISVILLE COURIER
JOURNAL TO MAKE A CASH
DISTRIBUTION TO SUB
SCRIBERS
In 1891 2 the CourierJournal
of Louisville Ky inaugurated and
carried to n successful issue the
first great estimating contest over
conducted by n newepnpBr This
contest was based on the Presiilon <
tial election of 18 > 2Hnd 14100
was distributed to CourierJournal
renders
In response to numerous requests
the CouricrJjurniil has decided to
nniizuratc another similar contest
weed on the total vote cast for nil
candidates for Governor of Ken
ricky in the clectilm November 3
1903 Ten thousand dollars in
gold silver or greenbacks wijl be
g iven away tt > successful estima
tors There will be single gifts of
3000 20001 1000 500 3QO
5200 150 100 50 and 30 arid
1670 gifts of 10 each In addition
there will be gifts of 500 300
and 200 for the best estimates re
ceived before August 1 before
September 1und before October l
The object of this profitsharing
liberality on the part of the Couri
erhlUrnal is to secure new subscri
WeeklyCOl1rierJournul
CourierJournal Every person
subscribing for the Weekly Con
rier Journal one year sending one
dollar with the subscription is en
titled to two guesses or estimates
Every person subscribing for the I
Daily CounVr Journal forontA
month 60 cents is entitled to one
guess one year 6001 twelve
guesses Renewals count the came
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watch that needs regulating if
you have a good watch remember
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just us you do iiiul ellad
tor in fliiit case bring it to ur
anil we will cure it clean 4
regvlute it and adjust it in ilie
best manner Otir repairing ti
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