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the Vlll place in town r ESTILL HONAKER t J Get ready for your fall seeding y buying a Hoosier wheat drill 1 Deering disc harrow For f Ie by E L A T BYRON FSI J Ratliff and E J Eatliffi lave opened a meat shop under fie Q in niHe Banking Co Ice 1ehvere l Phone 73 G2t Sate Lick is preparing for a rtstreet fair Sept 1619 Itt rtlfcbe the biggest tiling that SBvor tinderta i IkV L f e J s fl f 1flt J 1 no t 101ne rock crusher on itirs L rio Lacys farm Monday criptn rnncnM mda and sent it intb HoraceLaneltisabeau tiful bird and onel very rare ini a tillS section 1 t FmusTDSE RUSHES TIRES 7 Estill Its Honaker are agents for the Firestone rubber tire the il the market and is recog iiized as such by the trade theIvvoriltl over Satisfaction g teed or mqney returned 60tf JIBUILDING UP RAPIDLY The t IbrickmasQns are running up the new school building fast It is going I ilxiautiful 1ructurc1he outmdcI rani are of the handsome Halde j hian pressed fire brick laid Ine pink mortar j pleahyof4 N1 poplar 3 per thousand tN02 o u 225 No1 chest 3200ao anywhere in Bath county rf 3t T S SKROUT 1 LAND SALE John Grant of Scotland bought of John Ma I govanS000 acres of timber coal and gas land for 3500 in Meni i ice county He already own d 7000 acres Mr Grant who 15I 7 probably interested says the 0 I1 cinnati Kentucky Virginia railI way will be built KILLED by HORSERo b c r t t Whaley and wifeof the Bethel neighborhood have the deepest tS sympathy of their many friends t in the loss of their threeyear old daughter Margaret who h vIU from the accidental kick diedI 3horse She was their onlye I 1 vahd was playing about the horse 1 when it stamped to get rid of the- o y e flies inflicting fatal injuries on J the child i FOR JAILERR T Job a te Clark announceshimself a candi 1 date for the Democratic nomina 4 4 tion for Jailer of Bath county Demoat3t1 his father James Clark deceas fedhaving been a loyal member w of the old party He is a me earninJIjittfirstclaSSjrt f doeices it to be particularly known J that lie is not a drinker of intox L 1iciits himself and will not us i any in his campaign f 1 osy l4 Jitv Jo t ZI 4 e fi4 i 11 s t r ar bYi c t o 4littJ iIJt t i1 0t1 J j toWmof his illness Miss May Shrout visited friends in Flemin burg the past week Gay Shrout and wife of Bour en county are visiting relatives ereIL R Kennor of Flemings bmg was hgre Wednesday of last week Miss Lucile Alexander of Yale- visited Mrs Emmett lltman the past weeK Judge W S Gudgell returned y fight from1 trip to- pringIiald Clarence Bean of Winchester the past week to visit Daw Brother SDentInear Sharpsburg Henry Scott of L e x i n g t o n came Sunday to visit his grand father Henry Scott Mrs John Freelaml of Mt- terling came last week to visit mother Mrs Julia Ross John Grant a capitalist of Scot land and Harry Campbell of Mt Sterling were here Monday Miss Margaret Richards of Knoxville Tenn came the past week to visit Miss Bertha Botts Mrs T M Perry visited her parents fhomn McCjintock nnd wife at Millersburg the weekEllis pastI Byron of Dayton came Monday to spend his vacation wits his parents J N ByI von and wife John Willum and wife nee Sal lie Stone of Lexington were guests of James W Emmons and wife Thursday Mrs Robert Lloyd and Mrs Lee ORear of MtStqrlin7 spent last hors lay with Miss Eva McICiniyan rak M CIJIi Ela J 18t h rept ji Iattending Miss Lacy Honaker returned Friday afternoon from a trip to I Niagara Falls Miss Lucy Van landingham returned SaturdayI Mrs Wcbbie Stcr lng and Mrs 0 P Clay visitedA T Byron wife and children returned Monday from a visit to Mrs Bs parents Cat W A McGinity and wife at Falmouth 1Itown Miss Linda Allen returned the past week from a visit to Padu CorIMrs W 0 Conway of Atlanta Ga after a visit to Mrs Jas W Shankland left Tuesday afternoon to visit an uncle at Shel byville RichItonHertha on a visit to B M Good paster and wife Wednesday of last weekIwho had been up on a visit to his father P R Stone of Bethel visited J W Emmons Monday and Tuesday Misses Alma and Mary Walterr Denton returned Saturday from a delightful visit of three weeks to their uncle Walter Richards land wife at Richmond Ky and Mrs V D Vanland ingham of Sadieville and Mrs Victor Howard of Georgetown have been with Miss Eva McKin ivan for the past two weeks Ratliff Lane after a vi it to his parents Judge J W Lane and wife returned Sunday to Isolene Tenn where he has a position as stenographer for a coal company Grimes Trumbo of Nicholas county joined his sister Miss Eliz t viiiItotheirn and both returned home that day Rev Henry Winslow Abbott of Wichita Kansas came las week to visit Henry Scott Rev Abbott was pastor of the M EI Church here in 1861 and a s taught a class in Latin at the Seminary He preached at the M E Church Sunday morning J 1 4ir 4 CLOSINt OUT AT COST STRICTLY CASHiHaving docidod to go out of the merchandise business wo will offer for sale beginning JUNK 29 our entire stock of gftiicral merchandise consisting of GOODS CLOTHING SHOES RATS and ABD WARE at cost strictly for cash GROCERIES s1a at Oiose P ices Come oarly and get choice 5elVIe ESTILId COe9 Wyoming Bath County Ky Ford Patterson made a busi ness trip to New York City week Mrs Patferson went visit her mother Mrs Alice toI ry in Mt Sterlingand friends WinchesterJames Wood and wife o Mt Sterling came Monday evening to visit John W Honaker an wife Mr Wood returned home Tuesday morning and Mrs Wood remained for a visit of several j daysipin who began teaching school in 1852 and has rv r ndingIteacher still teaching in tho coun ty but in the StateorJames Alley of Res c n burg t Texas cani Sundayona visit to htlrWIPhlm1 llciE gig vetefne Aar f rS ESr 14 it IIto 1 I T Uaujjiierty 01 Te for Nos 5 and lo vol j of tlu Owingsville InauirerdateM- arch II 4 and Ma lG1869 respectively The Inquirer was0v ingsvilles first newspaper edit published by Samuel IC 1Bangs and W H Boblits Itt a newspaper and carried ad vertisements of nearly all th business men very few of whom are alive now and only Wm H busincs31Oflawyers and physicians there remain alive only Henry L Ston of Louisville who was City Attorney EOR SUPERINTENDENT anIcounty Mr Penix is a son of W W Penix one ofthe most prominent citizens and Democrats of th Olympia neighborhood He ha been an active Democrat himself since he became a voter He is intelligencehas c schools for the past four years and has an ambition to serve the people in the work of developing the school system to its most useful degree in educating the children and earnestly solicits your supportFOR JAILER Eastwood Hat ton of Preston announces him self a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Jailer of Bath county agrandsonCol ex of Coroner of Bath county Like his grandfather and the family generally he is a strong Democrat votes the ticket and is a working man of a delicate constitution The office would be a great help to him and he asks the voters to give his candidacy due considerationN DEAD Nicho las A Dimitt died Sunday morn 1 SpringleChurch ld wife and two daughters Mrs Thompson of Montgomery coif ty and Mrs Had Berry of Boa bon county His wife was a daughter of Andrew Smathers Mr Dimitt was aged about at son Sterling died some years ago He was one of the most countey Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK J I f f ePLexington Herald from Nicholas vine tells the story of the marri age of Miss Bertha Bittinger the bright and pretty daughter of Harry Bittinger long popu atStepstonel went to school here for some years and has many relatives and friends to whom the news came as a great surprise but who re joice in her happiness The marriage of Hon Wm II Anderson the popular post master of this city to Miss Ber tha Bittinger of Mt Sterling was announced yesterday Th marriage was celebrated in Jef fersonville Ind August 9 but on account of the poor health o the mother of the bride it lia been kept secret until today Miss Bittinger vas on tiw rlr lp erittLotris- r t U n t o otI Ji bE o4 1i1 ojk letvs of theirat e quiet r 41 the mothers vh improv Fitt The couple Iii lcof a K iJitg trip to Vj nmgton an otlvr Eastern points in a short time and Upon their return will make their home in Nicholasville The couple first became acquaints ed when Miss Bittinger was student at the Jessamine Femal- c Institute several years ago The announcement was q lit e aI surprise to the many friends of both the bride and the bridegroom in this city AResGeneral history of General John H gans cavalry states that a Li snow fell on October 24 1SG2 Major J M Brothers memory was more accurate and he to General Duke about it Th following is General Dukes re ply Louisville August 24 1908 HJ M Brother Esq sOwmgsvllle Ky r my delay in answering your letter I have been away a good Ideal and almost constantly occu pied You are right as to the date of the snow in October 1862 By some strange inad vertance I state in the history of Morgans cavalry that it was on the 24th but it was on the 19th or more accurately I think it fell on the of the 18th HI regret that you did not at tend the reunion of the Jolla H Morgan Association at Parks Hill on the 18th and 19th insts You know I presume that every man who ever served under Mor gan is entitled to membership and invited to come Come nex time and bring all the boys in your neck of the woods Very trulv yours BASIL W DUKE FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT 141iss Carrie Nixon is a candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for Superintendent of Schools of Bath county Miss Carrie Nixon is the daug tor of B W Parson Nixon and laa1she fitted herself for the profes of school teacher and secure a certificate as soon as she reach ed the a e required by law She has taught for six orseven years isand an evidence of the satisfac she gives is found in the fact that she is now teaching the third consecutive term of school in the same district So far as politics is concerned her people have all been Democrats for generations i n TOBACCO SOCIETIES COSIUINED Delegates representing ten to baccogrowers organizations in Kentucky Tennessee Ohio Indiana met at Bowling andI last week and merged those bacco societies in one under the SociIImake Louisville its business head quarters The Burley and the Dark associations are both in the union Provision is made for taking in all other tobaccogrow ers organizations The aim is do for the tobacco growers astoI whole what the Dark and t Burley societies have done for selle ing their tobacco to the best ad vantage CALLEDsmittee met Thursday afternoon and called a primary election to x ratbcaunty officers for Sat 1t 1 D County A r1s 220 Survey f Qes5Su Schools25 for oners fioth 1a tratea each 5 Con5tbFji 10 TtJPj 8limaareV Ibti JIded by the number yol uindidates for each e1trancethere shook be only two candi feee11Daniel ShieldsIoclock p m he started down in the well before the gas had clear edawayafterablast He became when he was overcome and fell back into the well When taken out he was andewas came town that he could live only a short time However he was brought home that evening and astonished everybody by promptly recovering being able to drive up town Saturday morning u FOR ASSESSORA B Wells announces for the Democratic nomination for Assessor with Elijah Terrill of Sharpsburg for DeputyBige Wells is son of Coot Wells deceased and is a widely known and popular man He has a large personaltport him He is an active Dem ocrat and experienced in party work Mr Terrill is the present deputy Assessor in the Sharps burg precinct and isa strongman in that section of the coun ty Mr Wells asks Democrats earntFOR MAGISTRATEJ o h n T Ginter announces for Magistrate in district No 1 Buck Ginter by which nick name he is best known is a son of James Ginter deceased He is a thrifty farmer a man of good busht longs to a large of family stanch Democrats None of his family 11nor people of his neighborhood anydand he respectfully submits his candidacy to the voters consid eration GUARANTEEDT Vewilldo your rubber tiring from 12 up Will guarantee the work better tls tire better than any sold in Bat county 50tf ESTILL Se HONAKER 1lJ EUGENE MINIHAtl = MANUFACTURER OF HighGrade HandMadet IJ i Saddles and Harness tT- liey are the best made and the cheapest for they wear well and v give satisfaction I handle all kinds of machinemade saddles and t harness andcmfsave you money All mail orders given prompt attention 1IoICWOUEUGENE Rli=R CKEt STOKE EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY I1 =Star Tin Cans doz 40c SuitCases s8C Jelly Glasses doz 30c Mens Suspenders 25 20 15lOc 18cINew Club Shells box 40c 10c1GalLadies Handbags 50 35 2oc Mens Hose 25 15 lOc Ladies Hose 25 15 lOc Clothes Pins 4 doz 5c Towels 90 75 48 25 loc Hatchets 45 25c Knives and Forks 81 69 48c Ladies Vests 15 lOc Corset Covers 50 40 25c Ladies Muslin Drawers 25c Ladies Net Drawers 25c Lunch Boxes 108c Window Shades 35 25c 1 u rMensLamps Bleached 5cl poundsp tCandYHandles WlOc Carpet bWSewingMachine OilocThe Highest Price Poultry arid Eggs trjn yrfy Successor irito or TcIeplidiiQ ROSE RUN IRON CO OLYMP1A KENTUCKY IL JM5ASBESTOS R0QFING 1madelived service JM ASBESTOS ROOFING is composed Asbestos fibrous stone Sheets thoroughly saturated Asphaltum cemented with pure Asphalt consequently it cannot crack or deteriorate used with equal success John barn or largest Manufacturing Besides it quality peculiarly ownit requires coating Booklet interest Sent on requestt JohnsManvilleCo Cleveland u BONDHOLDERS COUNTY Judge C W Goodpaster is going to Covington the latter part of this or the of next week to defenda suit in the U S Court against county some of the holders of the bonds issued years ago to pay the indebtedness of the county in excess of the revenue of the during which the indebt edness contracted The county refused payment pf inter or principal of the bonds on the that under the State constitution such indebtedness is not only void but cannot paid under the constitution SOLD FINE BullA com to 0 M Healy one of bulls of his Slate Valley herd of Bates Shorthorns for 250 and shipped it to Bedford Tuesday crated by ex press the charges being 65 doubt the animal great MrhBates herd in America if not in the world n I Lace Curtains 110 87 75 50c s f Mens Underwear per suit SOc X r r Baby Caps 2P too 75 5025cIButter Molder Cotton 12 10 7 Brown Cotton 8J 79 6Jc I Boys Pants 50 35 25 20c Tablets 8 54cq Can Gums per doz Sealing Wax per box e- Lye per can v5c Soau 5v4c Keg Soda 2 5cto Iron Tacks Shoe Tacks 2c ccCash Paid For f Jji EyeHeline tr i 4 s r r to 7 I r j of in Irand together rot and can 1be Jones the Plant posesses a Jits no A will you free H WL v O s ll SUE first Bath by some float ing year was est ground be W Bas sold his owa No was a 81 61c to Toysloturday night September 5 Residence for Sale 1 In eastern suburb just outside the limits of the town of Owings ville twostory sixroom resi dence with double hall veran- dah in front back porch out buildings and about 3 23 acres of ground Wellbuilt house cheaper than it can be built today when lumber is so high Just the place for family that wishes to come here for schooling their children in the fine new graded school Apply to MRS JULLV Ross tf His P SA young country man was courting a city bred byletterlet me hear from you by return post as I have somebody else in my eyeIWhen the average man fails to make good he begins to look for some one tp blame f j r 3 x jc i 7 FAVORABLE REPORT MADE ON PANAMA c he SPECIAL COMMITTEE UPHOLDS ADMINISTRATION OF COL GOETHALS jPRESIDENT PLEASED fITHfoTHE WORK ACCOMPLISHED n jCanalthe Healthiest Places on the Globe Big Ditch Is Rapidly Growing Oyster liny Aug 241roslieut Roosevelt Monday made public a re0 port made to him on August C hy a SilO cial commission of Juues Reynolds Samuel U Donnelly mill Henry Jeoch 4 Needhom regarding conditions In Panama The commission was appointed on April 23 lastMto investigate conditions especially as regards labor and ac commodation on the isthmus withSthe report Is shown In a letter which he sent to each member of the commisI sion on Friday Ho expresses partic tlItarpleasure over the fact that the 1 commission upholds the administration 1ofCol George W Gocthals chairman t of the Isthmian mal commission and 2 president has had a copy of tho r- et I mailed to Col Goethuls request OJportthat the recommendations undo by commission be put into effect im 30 far as possible Tho will submit the report to OJpresident with appropriate recommen extent the report is deI lvoted to a statistical outline of the that has been accomplished the iworkthat remains to be donorthe phy Islcalpossibilities with the equipment In use and the number of men at S tnow commission employed reports that it in v 9 the entire line of the canal ex from La Boca the southern IrPacific terminus to Cristobal this Rndttraveled through the excavation seyReral times interviewing tho men 4 workCr f sue z cess has literally been astounding I Five years ago vhcn we undertook the task no aaae man would have dared to hope for tho results which 1have already been achieved The work f has been advanced more expe dltlously than we had ventured to 1 think and the rapidity of the rate off drCienlc conditions on the canal has been 1ir such as to make It literally the model Sfor all work of the kind In tropical eountrles At present the canal zone Is one of the healthiest places oh the fIJ b9 0J Cill w tf IN DEATH panIOniloWho Had seen Drowned o cfSt LoulsAu2tIf there dead as well llerteyv uuade my py4 worth living Im going after cthein anyhow 4 FWlih these words GOT ScheIn TeIcbquicksands of Sliver creek uear Pay III and was sucked to his tlfdeath while trying to drag tho bodies of Chris Elsenhauer 17 years of age and August Sisentuuer 20 years old brothers from the clinging mud The three bodies with tho hands ol Scbelnllch entangled in the hair oi the other two boys were not recovered until three hours later The Scbeinielch boy was an orphan and bad lived the greater part of bit life with the Elsenhauers He had gone to school with the boys shared their pasttlmes end labors The three were inseparable and their tenacious friendship was a byword In Fayette S yule ss0 Angry Posse Pursuing Negro Montgomery AlL Aug 2tMock Holland the negro was taken from Montgomery Sunday to Greenville by Sheriff Watson of Butler county and from the sheriff at the Green ivllledepot A large posse is said to be in pursuit of the negro who at I tempted to assault a little daughterP WedoSheriff Watson U an uncle of the girl ui Fire Destroys 1500 Houses brokecout Sunday afternoon in th9 Stamboul l quarter and within a very brief period I 0 a terrible conflagration wps raging A strong wind carried the flames at great t speed and for six hours they swept or over the section destroying 1500 houses and shops The lire was still t late Sunday night though the 7windhas decreased somewhat Stirs the Dons Modrid Aug 2tThQ Spanish ft press is of the pInion that the down p fall of AbdElAziz Is now an accom pUshed fact Several of the news osJpapers are urging a naw Alg dras con 4 ference Jordan Shoe Factory Burned Belleville III Aug 2LFIre Sun day night destroyed the factory ol I the Jordan Shoe Co employing t 100 men entailing a lops of 120 000 which la partially covered by la r rr Burance rikti Forty Passengers Reported Drowned 1Iergen Norway Aug 2tThe Nor t 4t steamer Nolg Fenden front i Bergen to Haugesund was wrecked 5j near Shonevike and sank in three mln t J utes The steamer curried 70 pnxsen gore and it is believed that 40 of then T 1were drowned 2OffFor South Pole Jo Cherbourg Aug 21The Pourquo 4j lrfPu with the members of the p Charcot expedition started for the tril ii Antarctic regions at 8 oclock Men t f 1 vXIajT morning The first stop will to f I MadeiraS t Ltt rtt JtIPr t 4 57rw r1 t k 54 JISS tt 0 1 z i- aa 1I ti 1 4 Jp t r fJc RECEIVER HAS WALSH ROAD SOUTHERN INDIANA RAILWAY IS INVOLVED IN ACTION Myron J Carpenter Is Selected to Take Charge of PropertyNotes- Are Owned by Bank Chicago Judge C C Kohlsaat of tho United States circuit court POifltCd Myron J Carpenter receiver r tho Southern Indium Hallway Com pony owned hy John IL Walsh Tho action followed tho appearance of various lawyers who went before dge Kohl Klint With tin attorneys K K Itulsot who appeared on behalf of tho First Trust and Savings l John R Walsh bank the representative of the associated clearing house banks of Chi ca go to apply for tho receiverpA statement was out by James C Hutchins one of the lawyers con cerning tile new court proceedings fol lo wscAttorneys James C HutcbJns Ovid Jameson Indianapolis and Lessing osenthal appeared with K bigot efore United States Circuit Judge C Koblsant at a late hour last night on behalf of the First Trust and Savings bank the representative of the associated clearing house banks of Chicago to apply for the receiver Three similar bills were filed by the First Trust and Savings bank one In the northern district of Illinois at Chicago one in the eastern district at Danville and one in the district of In iana at Indianapolis James Rosen ai appeared on behalf of the railroad companies The notes under which this receivership was procured are owned by the First Trust and Savings bank ortbe account 0thlassociated bank and weretcqutrat the time these banka took ovex the asetBof the Walsh banks prlCALL OFF INDIANA STRIKE rl President Lewis TellsAlI Miners to t ReturntoOjcIh- dlanapotis Ind Having been defied by the Indiana tate executive board of the organization President L Lewis of the United Mine Workers Friday afternoon issued from head quarters a letter advising all miners now on strike In Indiana to return to work immediately- It now rests with the miners tc obey the terms of President Lewis letter or suffer the revocation of their charters The words of the president are not harsh but they carry an Im port of determination and authority In his letter President Lewis Intimates that the case at the Hudson mine which started the strike Is not meritorious COAL PRICES MAY ADVANCE New Company That Plans to Control St Louis Supply St Louis Announcement was made Thursday that a corporation is being formed to be known as tho Commonwealth Fuel company embracing 153 Illinois coal mines within a radius of praicallyLoula and in East St Louis It la stated the new combination proposes not only to control the output of the mines but also to control the prices According to dealers II the negotiations are consummated an increase of ten to fifteen per cent In the price of coal may be expected meaning an increase of from 600000 to 1000000 in the coal bill of St Louis and East St Louis SeventySlx Dead In Wigan Mine Wlgan It Is now known that 76 miners perished In the explosion and the fire that followed it in the Maypole mine The dIrectors have decld ed to flood the mine Negro Shot from Ambush Birmingham AlaAnthony Davis a negro nonunion miner whose house at Pratt City was destroyed by dyna mite Wednesday night was fired upon from ambush at Pratt City Friday night and fatally Injured Perus New President Proclaimed Lima Peru Augusto D Leguia was proclaimed president of the republic of Peru Friday by the Peruvian congress All the members of congress except two voted In the affirma tive WellKnown Iowan Dies Suddenly Marshalltown IaGeorge R Esta brook for five years a member of the state Republican central committee from the Fifth district and secretary of the Fisher Governor company died sudienly Thursday morning of hemor rhqo of the brain- ThreeCent Fare Shows Profit Cleveland O According o figures given out by the Municipal Traction company threecent fares made a profit of 19686 for tho company dur ing the month of July 1J J N 1 Jik ILOST OPPORTUNITIES OF HISTORY THE SMUGGLER the SimpleMinded OldTimer Had But Known the Ways of Modern If Tourist nu CONGO TREATY JS PASSED BELGIAN DEPUTIES ADOPT THE ANNEXATION MEASURE Atrocities In King Leopolds African Realm Now Probably Will Come to an End Brussels After several months of bitter struggle the chamber of deputies Thursday adopted the Congo annexation treaty by 83 votes to 55 and although this action probably will Insure the solution of the great Congo roblem there still remains open the important question of Belgiums finan cial responsibility This action on the part of the had not been expected and Iat the last moment nearly caused the collapse of the cabinet The colonial bill which also was adopted was mended so as to relieve Belgium of the responsibility of guaranteeing the payment of interest on the Congo debt despite the efforts of the gov ernment At the conclusion of a long meet Ing of King Leopold and the members of his cabinet It was announced that the ministry would not resign the government temporarily accepting the chambers action on the financial question The passage of the Congo treaty means that the annexation of the state to Belgium Is now practically assured as the senate and King Leo pold are ready to Indorse the bill The personal ruth of King Leopold in ln1thetutulOhewith the state whtcfils to be adminis t1tiBehdulnanaU hope Is thaithere will now be an end td the atroritics and maladinlnls tratlon In1 this vvii of thoj rotl which rrlar st has been a sub- Ject of investigation and biltec complaint by humanitarians all over the worldLast year Great Britain and the United States about decided to Interfere In the Confto administration unless the situation there improved DECAYED MONEY REDEEMED Arkansas Man Loses Only 25 of 10 000 He Burled Washington Of f10000 in decayed greenbacks sent to the treasury department for redemption by O D Earl of Morrilton Ark all but 25 has been Identified and a check for 9970 was mailed to Mr Earl Friday Fearing the banks were unsafe Mr Earl burled his savings in an old pall in 1904 Recently ho dug up his treasure only to find that the bills were so decayed that he could not discern their numbers All that was left of the roll was a bunch of paper resembling a package of dried leaves with here and there the torn end of a note displaying a figure Mrs A E Brown the burnt money expert of the redemption division was given custody of the unrecognizable mass After much tedious work she succeed td In identifying most of the money John V Farwell Is Dead Chicago John V Farwell Sr for years one of Chicagos best known men and head of the J V Far well company wholesale dry goods died Thursday night at his home in Lake Forest aged 83 years He had been ill a long time and relatives and friends were at his bedside when the end came Mr Farwell was born at Campbell town N Y In 1825 and came to Chicago in 1845 Three sons John V Frank C and Arthur L Farwell sur vive him Minnesota Man Killed In Mexico Washington Consul Maxwell K Moorhead at Acapulco Mex has notl fled the state department of the death of Grunt U Prieo of Winona Minn from a gunshot wound inflicted by a Mexican named Manuel Saluda at Pio do la Custa near Acapulco Sixth Massachusetts Wins Camp Perry The regimental championship rUle shoot of the United States was won Friday for the third successslve year by the Sixth regiment of Massachusetts W H Mayes Heads Editors 8t Paul Minn Practically all of this sessions business of the Nations Editorial association was finished Thursday when Seattle Wash was chosen as the 1909 meeting place The following officers were elected President Will H Mayes Brown wood Tsx first vlcepresder A N Pomeroy Cambersburg Pa second vicepresident II E Dowdell Artesian S D third vicepresident W F Par rott Waterloo Ia recording geonj tary R H Walker Athens Alt treasurer Will Curtis Kewanee Ill t t NAMEDIJOHNSON IS Minnesota Democrats Renominate the Governor Minneapolis MinnTho Democrat- Ic state convention met Wednesday In Minneapolis and after a scene of indescribable tumult caused by the mention of his name and which con tinned for 64 minutes Gov Johnson for a second time was nominated for reelection This action of the convention was contrary to his wish slnco he had repeatedly refused to be a candidate and declared that if nominated the cam palgn would be carried on without a general His secretary Frank A Day said he had no knowledge of the governors Intention and refused to make a prediction as to what his course might be In the roll call of counUes Aitkin yielded to Ramsey and Mayor Lawlor of St Paul began his eulogistic speech At the first mention of Gov Johnsons name the delegates forgot his repeat edlyexpressed objection to be consld ered and went into a frenzy of en thusiasm Owing to the unsettled condition of the minds of the delegates at the open- Ing of tim convention regarding the entire ticket It was decided that a committee to be composed of one member from each judicial district make recommendations for the filling of all places on the ticket except that of governor The following recommendations were made by this committee and adopted by the convention Jexde an n rtHus eitif1frfPlIjfSi8t ard Tm Clayton State treasurer Henry k felson of Nibbing J54 Attorney general M E Watthews of Marshall Railway and warehouse commission raHans P BJorgo of Ottertall county Robert Nee of Rice county FLEET ARRIVES AT SYDNEY Half a flAmericanSydney N S WEarlY Thursday morning a thin veil of smoke on the horizon signaled to the watchers on t c CanoibeenFully half a million people assem laharborwhich as they passed through the Sydney heads in double column were attended by convoy steamers and greeted with a roar of salutes from the forts The American ships boomed forth a salute to the port and as soon as they were safely moored at their anchorage official visits were exchanged Lunatics Blow Kills Peoria Ill William Finneyufrom Chicago the negro berculosis patient whose skull was fractured by a fellow inmate of theo asylummorning died Friday his brain being so seriously injured from the blow with a hammer in the hands of his crazed assailant that fragments ofrbone were driven deep into It Fire Sweeps a VillagetBelllngham Wash Thursday night nearly wiped out theI little town of Bow ten miles south ofthere The saw and shingle mill drying kilns owned by Daniel Cainmwith half a million shingles stroyed as well as five cottages betnlonging to the mill company Admiral Dewey Afloat Again Washington Admiral Dewey hoisted his flag on the Dolphin Saturdaysand sailed from Washington mouth N H It was the first timeTsince 1905 that the admiral of navy has flown his official flag over a naval vessel on a sea tripiLouisville Man Is a Suicide Lexington KyJ D McCreary aged 65 a coal merchant of Louis ville committed suicide In a boardings house here Friday by self twice in the temple Marathon Victor Satisfied New YorkI have nothing to say peopletreatednor of the Marathon race at he Olym pic games upon his arrival here Wednesday on the steamer OceanicoHayes view of the the American team of athletes ut the games lit London was echoed by J P Halstead the Cornell runner who was also a passenger on the jcsujcaNeither believed that tho this country was Intentionally dis criminated against 6ROSSCUP UNFAIR TTACKED IN PETITION FOR OIL CASE REHEARING FILED FOR GOVERNMENT Document Asserts the Federal Court of Appeals Was Unjust toIJudge Landis and MIs- stated the Facts FridayappealsandSeamanJudgeLandissupremo court of the United States on certain vital questions at issue- This It Is urged should be done tribunalthe case places an Interpretation on vractieahly loghlatlonstrength and substance Tho attorneys for the government JudgeLandisassert unjust criticism which Judge Grosscup and his fellow Jurists took 1 ollinlonheJudge Landis by the appellate judges and the reasons for reversing the till- Sin are based upon misstatements of the records and misinterpretations of his rendering of the law The opinion as It stands the gov ernments petition concludes er roneously states material portions of tho record does Injustice to the trial Judge leaves doubtful in a new trial the rule of law to be applied both as to knowledge on the part of the shipper and as to the number of offenses appears to be in conflict with 4 Judge Grosscup the language of the supreme court and with the previous language of the presiding judge of this court and with the great weight of legal authority and if permitted to remain unmodi ed will tend to encourage disobedi ce to law to impede the enforce to m 7defeatThe petition 5000 words in length was filed for the government by Chief lerk William A Small of the dis ict attorneys office Counsel for the l company have 20 days in which file an answer and then the peti appetlater eir decision or they may ignore the governments petition without hearing any further arguments Troops Riot in Atlanta Atlanta GaLate Wednesday po Termiout among two companies of United JiocumWhen tho local police officers were to curb the soldiers a call was made upon Fort McPherson for troops nd Capt Bankhcad with a company f regulars responded and soon suppressed the riot One soldier was seriously stabbedpLusltanla Sets a New RecordJNew York With the ecord for a transAtlantic lo gweredhe Cunard turbine steamship Lusl arrived off Sandy Hook lightship t ten oclock Thursday night having Hhe25 minutes The Lusltanias for er record which was also the oceanIwas 4 days 18 hours intites I Drug Dogs and Rob House Ishreeme home of Frederick W WoerzIwealthy New York brewer hursday morning entered the houseI at Belle Haven park near am 0tolen money AAigonac71 years old a great lakes d 2iedDuke Steers an Airship Berlin The duke of SachsenAU burg was at the helm of the Parse airship Wednesday evening during half an hour of most Intricate maneu v ers He also undertook a trip gainst the wind and attained a speed f more than 29 miles an hour Wealthy St Louis Man Dead St Louis John J OBrien 37 ears old member of the city council nd wealthy boiler manufacturer diedr at his home hero Wednesday of dro pKpy alter a weeks illness 9C1 i 1 I k L Kentucky Gleanings Most Important News Gathered From All I I of the State PartsI I e t I CHEAPER TO SUPPORT Health Board Than Pay Doctor and Funeral Bills Says McCormack Louisville KyA report for the 30th year of the state board of health was flied hero by Dr A N McCor mack of Howling Green secretary After a lengthy exposition of th IurjInsIn the seventies the report tells of the work done luring tho year closed April 3 It relates that ninny dairies about LouIsvIlle were closed because their sanitary condition was hopeless erandhouses supplying moat to the smaller towns hogs and buzzards the former being fattened for slaughters were oftyen found In the early morning cori tending for the offal decaying heads and other waste The report urges nn abattoir for such towns with killing conditionals It will cost says the rellortMto have these essentials to health but they are far cheaper than of tho sickness antI funerals omUtlrdItucky every year which should be prevented BACKIWOULD CALL TAYLOR But Willson Will Insist That He and Flnley Have Ball Frankfort KyGov Willson made statement in response to a number questions that he would issue requlsl tlons for the return of former Gov Taylor and former Secretary of State Kinley from Indiana to the state for trial for implication in the murder of Gov William Goebel He said however ho would insist that they have ball but Common wealths Attorney Robert Franklin yeTaylorthe constitution provides that persons indicted for capital punishment cannot be called out of jail Sues Cleaning Company prbying the RogersCarroll Rug Cleaning Co with the destruction of his health bovine says that when the company nade over rugs for him it failed to juard them against consumption germs dehealthhe is a hopeless sufferer from tuberculosis Judges Appointed Frankfort yaov Willson aDo pointed W H Mackoy special judge of Kenton cIrc1t court to try the case of the commonwealth against White ain inquest as to sanity He apinlntej trjudgemurder cases olT InS Green SamueifhWatklna= Murder Mystery Unsolved Lexington KyThe body ofS A c1tuemeteryment were paid by TI V Tumble and the service was conducted under the auspices of the Order of Red Men There were no new developments as to the identity or the whereabouts of the person or persons who irurdered and robbed Drlesbach May Come to Louisville Paducah Ky State Secretary R I Barnett of the Farmers Union says Louisville will be selected as head quarters unless Paducah offers a more attractive proposition The directors will meet here ataln September 8 to settle this matter The union cxpeci8 to handle 3000000 pounds of tobacco this year Postmaster RestgnsoNewport Ky William Hartman who for the past several years hasI been postmaster in Alexandria has sent in his resignation to Washington to take effect upon the nppy Intnicnt of his successor The applications of ames Gosney and Henry Schlakc Jr ave been sent In to succeed Hart man Considered a Good Omen Frankfort KyA carrier pigeon wearing a silver band numbered 918 flew into the cell house at the state penitentiary and was caught between cells of Henry Youtsey and Curt ett Youtsey Jett and Hanlon are wondering to whom the bird will bring ood tuckIDeath Closes Career Louisville Ky Business circles were stirred to learn of the death in enry county of Major G F Downs a 94 the oldest retired wholesale merchant in Louisville He was con nectcd with somo of tho prominent early interests of Louisville when it was a town of 15000 Myra Was Called Mayfleld KyMyra Wilford ned years of Sedalla took her books home from school and drank on ouuce f carbolic acid She left a note say Ing God had called her above and she had to go- Election Commissioners to Meet Frankfort Ky Chairman Napier dams of the state board of election commissioners has called a meeting of the board to be held here on August 7 when the commission will appoint he county commissioners An Equity Candidate Franklin KyDr J It Claypool chairman of the Simpson county dt vision of the Dark Tobacco Planters Protective association has announcad B s a candidate for representative He will retain his office with the associa lion Farmer Arrested on Murder Charge Covington Ky Nathan Cason 25 a farmer of Campbell county was ar rested by Deputy Sheriff Martin of o enton county on the charge of mur tiering Wm Smith a farmer of Morn Ing View Kenton county i 4W IA VICTIM OF HAY FEVER Is Gov Willson and He Leaves For Wisconsin Frankfort KyGov Willson left for Wisconsin where he will remain for 10 days on account of hay fever Gov Cox will hold down the executive v m1cha ir 3SBefore leaving Gov WU r the state part of a for Jack Hays In ballbPnIiO200court D J bond who was na pltaL t Hays In his delirium loCtth hosupltul and could not be founaflu time his trial r sGov Willson lsoJlarllon d Mrs Della Marcum of Big Crock Claycoun who had been convicted of carrying a concealed weapon and sentenced to 10 vHo6f Ashland convicted of larceny and echtenced to the county lalli for six months fi5 Xa i iJ4 c RIDER WITNESSES STILtMISSING f A Grand Jury May Adjourn Without In ImplicatedI the the vnight riders Sandford unit and Torn Stevens the grand jury ot Lyon couri ty has its hands tied and it would not bodyadJournt v some of whom are the best citizens of the county who were Implicated by Hall and Stevens who were members ol the band of raiders that operated la the county some time ago While the grand Jury has examined many witnesses and has endeavored to JJ2 place the responsibility on some of the accused no indictments have aa pff r t been returned t et For Public Park IHorse Cave KyA number pt Kentuckians actuated by fears that itam v moth Cave may ba acquired ibyj corpo rate Interests and extortionate charges evail are circulating a petltlonnsk 4j-g congress to turn tho care into a national pleasure ground Under the 4 terms of the will of the late George Croghan who owned the cave It was left to his 11 nephews and nieces for life with instructions that after their ath the cave 5s to be sold at public Jdction Only a few aged men and J women of tho original ji remain alive Rhlnock Renomlnated tjCovington KylIoa Joseph U Bnlo nock was renominated for congress b7fr the democrats of the Sixth Kentiieityr o r district carrying the primary by ap f 4 t proximately 700 plurality His victory thad teeffistrbnslVndicated by tiojV end ot1tJaient for the past tfys a no surnnise The ary e t1o a3 ryq1 leonl lf of the 1l1r1JlaL ng t Louisvilles Meanest Man ur V 4Louisville Ky Police hero declare that in Preston Davis they have cap i7idthencwsboys und risks thlbx for the change for a dollar Whirr thoy tier counted most of ut into his hand he taes to his heelJ Can ye biat tlot7 Jim Crow Law Test Frankfort KyAnother test of the- mJi Crow law is to Q given in the Franklin circuit court as nine young women of this city have tiled suit against the C O asking fur 2000 damages each because they claim they were forced to nideiu the negro coach Many Thoroughbreds In Danger Lexington KvlJgbtntn struck a Circle Barn No7 on J B Hoggins Elmendorf farm and it was totally de stroycd by fire There were 44 thor- ughbred Iyearlings in the barn at theV4 Jtime but they were all gotten out but one Loss f6000 partly insured 1 Auto Is Burned 4 jofmobile is a front wheel and some iron 1 Bizot was driving when his lamps went out He refilled them with gasoline and struck a match In a JUly the en itire machine was flaming ltheautomobile belonging to Janice W Par ilgh a wealthy and prominent citizen of Midway v Board To Quit Lexington KyIt is reported here that Dr Milton Board of Breckinridgc county has signified his Intention ot resigning as a member of the state board of control of charitable instltn tl It Is said that Dr Arthur Meons Cormack will succeed him Arrested In Murder Case l Marion Ky John Slayden waI axS Is rested here by Detective John Hutch in of Louisville Slaydcn is in jail charged with being accessory to tile murder of James P Sullonger wealthy farmer of Crlttenden county r Killed Over Game of Cards Salyersvllle Ky Word was received here that David Wlreman shot and kill r7ed Sam Arnott over a game of cards i This Is tho second killing in this coun ty within 10 Jays Fred Russell having been shot by Mack Isaacs R week ago tSTragedy Over Watermelon LHenderson KyAs tho result of a ffAonrannan at a farm near New York J Landing 20 miles wet of here The bullet penetrated Brannans tack and iLleelDog Was Not Rabid = Lexington KyDr A J Andrews wired from New York that the head f the dog which bit him had bcen examined at the Pasteur Institute and icthat it was not rabid He will corns home without taking treatment c M MAo I fA rJTrr rr SYNOPSIS I Qllea Dudley arrived In San Pranrlsoo relativeHenryWlltonr P In an Important and mysterious tusk t and accompanied Dudley on the lerry boat trip Into the city The rel markabla resemblance of the two men pasenS throughudleyuof the strange errand Dudlry In to per vorm but occurrences cnuso him to know It Is one of no ordinary moaning + Wilton leaves Giles In their room with 54 Itnnllbua k fry of Help Dudley Is summoned to- daCbdt thus Wilton dies Wlthllllt ever explaining to Dudley the puzzling work ho was to perform In San Francisco In order to Jer the secret mission Ms friend hud 5 Ml tdflttm Dudley continues his uiRiilBO and permit himself to IM known as Henry Wilton Dudley mistaken for Wilton employed by Krspp to assist t In a stock brokerage deal Olles Dudley finds himself closeted In a room with 9 Mother Borton who makes a confidant4 of him He can learn nothing about the SYnyaterloua boy further than that It is S Tim Terrtll and Darby Meeker who are- after him He Is told that Dicky Nahl Is a traitor playing both hands In the came Giles Linda himself locked In ap room Dudley gets his first knowledge of thoAA5 and Is stricken beauty of Iuellabrthehis daughter the note was i forgery He Is provided with four guards Brown Barkhouse Kltzhush and Porter- S lie learns there Is to be no trouble about money as all expenses will be paid the hire of the guards being paid by one- RIchmond The body of Henry Wilton U committed to the vault iludley re spends to a note and visits tOlher Bor p ton In company with Policeman Corson CHAPTER XIV Continued The four men within the room sa a luted me gravely and with Mother Bortons direction In mind I had no hesitation in calling each by his name- I was pleased to see that they were ro p bust vigorous fellows and soon made iSt my dispositions Brown and Barks 4house were to attend me during day light and Fltxhugh and Porter were to d guard together at night And so much t settled 4 hastened to the omce No sign of Doddridge Knapp dis I turbed the morning and at the noon b hour I returned to the room In the house of mystery that was still my only flied abode j All was apparently as I had left it S except that a letter lay on the table myIas thee Is getting too public when every BMBenger haa a key I was certain I that I had locked the door when Cor eoa and 1 had come out on the evea tog before54 S ItThe letter wasP frdLn IrY unknown- Jeloyer lad read I t pI SORdkaa t4eiBeHq 1iif r t JP oar feM ttOU Iie- tc r Aiunow came three or fc jl TtTtand quiet after tho merry life I Jbdrbeenledl ng since my arrival I- n4cI t 8aa Francisco timeIgetting city Emboldened by my bodyguard I slept for two nights In Henrys room I and with one to watch outside the door one lying on a mattress Just In side and a new lock and bolt I was free from disturbance IJustas I had formeda wild Idea of up Doddridge Knapp la his v t home I came to the office in the morning to find the door Into Room wide open and the farther door ajar Come In Wilton said the voice of the King of tho Street and I en tered his room to find him busied over Ids papers as though nothing had oc curred since I had last met IThemarket has bad himI4 t a vacation I ventured as S spekSI have been out of town he said shortly What have you doneNA Nothing He gave a grunt of assent J You didnt expect me to buy up the jt market did you 1 The yellow gray mustache went np fl aad the wolt fangs gleamed from be aeath fic4Ireckon it wouldnt have been 55veryprofltablespeculationhe replied he leaned back In his chair I jThen meditatIvely at the wall you heard anything more of Jt pecker he asked Ive heard enough to satisfy me J that hes the man who got the Omega iS slock 0 What other deal Is he In aske the King of the Street d i 1 dont know 1 qjf The King of the Street smiled Indul gently r 5 Well youve got something to lear 4S yet Ill give you till next w tto iJ + tl1nd the answer to that question Ss iIwas convinced from his air that b e information on both these j f1oR himself and was merely trying my Ps5f knowledge dta t 11 notbe back before next Wednesd l day be concluded e45A p Going away again I asked in sur prise 1t Tm off to Virginia City he re if f plied after considering for a little Tm not sure about Omega after all a bf and theres another one I want to look 4 JJ l into You neednt mention my going f t When I come back well have a cam r 9 paign that will raise the roof of every t Board in town No orders till then l t unless I telegraph you Thats all- The King of the Street seemed straightforward enough In his state t ii ment of plans and it did not occur s M to distrust him while I was In bit a i presence Yet once more in my of Ice with the locked door between I 1 7 to doubt and tried to find some 11I1Iddel1 meaning in each word and tJeoJLl CHAPTER XV J I Am in the Tolls lt i 1Welcome once more Mr Wilton I P wid Doddridge Knapp holding l i oat her hand Were you going to dt neglect us again t1t Not at all madam said I with un t irs jI r fr fT dk otoltI c t +v JI frJ1 t h t7 5 Fio J J I s afI4RLf14 if t jt 1 1 t V I J JoI J LmlIDJIIDI fl41cv7Tct72M 5tORhZ litIMushing mendacity I nm always your I commarlllI nn1ableKnapp or Ill lIn wished to see But as all throe appeared to IIIII cerned In It I pocketed pride sentment and intule my bow with some nervous quavers at the Pino Street unlace As I was speaking I cast my eyes furtively about the room Mrs Kuapp Interpreted my glance She will be in presently There was to my ear a trace of mocking laughter In her voice as she spoke Jut her face betokened only a courteous InterestThanksI hope so I said in a lit tie confusion I wished I knew wheth er she meant Luella or Mrs Bowser You got the note she asked It was a great pleasure Mrs Bowser wished so much to see you again She has been singing your praises you were such an agree able young man I cursed Mrs Dowser In my heart I believe there was some arrange IIZ sw rfT2VZ 1 ment between you about a trip to see the sights of Chinatown Mrs Bowser was Quite worried for fear you had adIing anything from my visit but at this bit of information I found that I had been building aircastles which had been Invisible till they came tumbling about my ears I could not look for Miss Knapps company on such an ex pedition Oh said I with an attempt to conceal my disappointment the matter had slipped my mind I shall be most seeIWe had been walking about the room during this conversation and at this point had come to an alcove where Mrs Knapp motioned me to a seatI may not get a chance to talk with condtone and you come BO little now doingI YouQtell me nothing Mr Knapps work I began yousKnapp and youre as closemouthed as he even when hes away 1 should tell you anything of my own but of course anothers I understand Mrs Knapp sitting with hands elapsed in her lap gave me a quick look But there was something else You were telling me about your adventures you remember You told me two or three weeks ago about the way you tricked Darby Meeker and sent him to Serrla City And she smiled at the recollection of Derby Meeker discomfiture Oh yes I said with a laugh that sounded distressingly hollow to my ears That was a capital joke onto MeekerHow did It turn out asked Mrs Knapp with lively interest Did he get back 1 decided promptly on a judicious amount of truth Yes he got back boiling with wrath and loaded to the guards with threatsthat is I heal I so from my men I didnt see him myself or you might have found the n st of It In the newspaperWhat he do Tell me about Mrs Knapp save every evidence of ab sorbfl interest I jt I ili Jit t r7fj ti2yr s t ji s Ji Well h tild a trap for me at Nor tons put Terrill In as advance liuanl suit ralb ut bluo murder about the hi1Ieesflt then I went on to give a carefully amended account of my first nights row at Mortons anil with an occasional question Mrs Kuapp hat soon extorted iroin mo a fairly full account of my doings It la dreadful for you to expose yourself to such dangers I was privately of her opinion Oli thats nothing said airily A titan may bo killed any day by a brlch falling from a building or by slipping on an orange peel on the crossing Unt Is dreadful to court death so IYet she mused If I were a titan I could envy you your work There Is romanci and life In it as well as danger You are doing In time nine teenth century nail In time mlilst of civilization what your forefathers may j liavi lUll lu till days of chivalry It is a line life I said dryly Hut It has Its drawbacks Itut while you live no one van lutrii the chIld she said There was Inquiry lu her lone I thought suppressed a start of surprise hall avoided mention of tho boy lIen ry limit trusted Mrs Knapp further than hail dreamed He shall never be given up by me I replied with conviction iThat Is spoken like a true brave man said Mrs Knapp with an ad miring look Thank you I said modestly Another life than yours depends on your skill and courage That must give you strength she said softly It does Indeed I replied I was thinking of Doddridge Knapps life Hut here come IueIIa and Mrs Dowser said Mrs Knapp I see I shall lose your company My heart gave a great bound andII turned to see the queenly 2 Luella Knapp as she entered the room In tho train of Mrs Bowser Was It fancy or had she grown paler and thinner since I had last her surely those dark hollows under her eyes that told of worry and lost sleep were not there when her brightness had chained my admiration Luella called Mrs Knapp I fancied she gave a low musical laugh as she spoke yet the glance showed me that her face was calm and seri ous Luella here is some one you will like to see Luella Knapp turned and advanced What was the look that lighted up her face and sparkled from her eye Be JUST AS GOOD AS MONEY Amos Sudds Little Contribution to j the Church j Stories have been told of buttons tacks and various extraneous substances found in contribution boxes but it is seldom that a churchmem i her strikes a blow so severe as was j that delivered by Amos Budd of Por terville on one occasion It was at j the close of a missionary sermon that Mr Budd whose wont was to contrib ute ten cents to each of the charities to the support of which the church subscribed was seen to take take a blue slip from his pocket and look at It keenly and affectionately When After a slight but evident hesitation he dropped the slip carefully folded Into the box Deacon Lane who was passing It could hardly refrain from an exclamation of joy The Lord will bless you Brother Build he said when the sermon was over hurrying down the aisle to overtake the pros perous grocer I hope so returned Mr Budd dryly but Im afraid you callate on that being a check that I dropped in the box It want Twas a receipted bill for kerosene the church owed me last year and It had been overlooked Of course Its jest the same as money though when you come to thatYouths Companion So your daughter Is going to marry a title said the old acquaintance No answered Mr Cumrox Its Tvirse than that Shes got to take a feilow tharl dont like alone with It if 7 rff j t a r4 f t fore I could nnalyre the matnatit thrill that came from 4t it was gone A hush passed over liei face and died away as the came You honor our poor house once mote she said dropping a mock courtesy I thought you had desert ed us Not I saiu stoutly lulillng out my haul I saw there was a HvMe play to be carried oil for the benefit of Mrs Knapp For some reason she bad not confided In her mother Nut I am always your humble knight I saw that Mrs Knapp was looking it us curiously and pressed my ad vantage Luella took my hand un willingly was ready to dare a good deal for the elasp of her lingers but I scarcely felt the thrill of their touch before she hall snatched them away Thoros nothing hilt pretty speech es to he hall from OIIallil quotations at that she said There was malice under the seeming innocence of a pro ended pou- tTheres nothing that could be so jpcoiniiif In till circumstances Except common sense frowned Luella TIlt most uncommon of qualities my dear laughed Mrs Knapp Sit down children I must see to Mr Carter who Is lost by the portiere and will never bo discovered unless I res cue him rake him to dear Aunt Julia said Luella as her mother left us Dear Aunt Julia I Inferred was Mrs Dowser Luolla took a scat and I followed her example Then with chin In hand and alhow on tho arm of her chair tho young woman looked at mo calmly and thoughtfully llsaid Luclla at last In a cut tint voice why dont you talk Its your lead said I gloomily You tool the last trick- At this reference to our meeting Lu ella looked surprised Then she gave a little rippling laugh Really she said I believe I shall begin to like you yet Thats very kind of you but turn about is fair play You mustnt do that said she se verely or I shant I meant It said I defiantly Then you ought to know better thau to say it she retorted Im in need of lessons I fear How delightful of you to confess It Then shall I tell you what to dot This was very charming I hastened to by all means The young woman sank back In her chair clasped her hands In her lap as her mother had done and glanced hastily about Then lu a low voice she said Uo yourself It was an electric shock she gave me not more by tho words than by the tone I struggled for a moment before I regained my mental balance Dont you think we could get oa safer ground I suggested No said Luella There Isnt nJsafe ground for us otherwise The sudden heartsickness at thi remainder of rry mIRsJonMLthclIl the6eiworda me jtongl1c nl jiiteered my spirits wax tits BtrlB father that I was pur suing Oh why was this burden lalt upon me Why was I to be torn on the rack between inclination and dutSLuc la watched my face narrowly through the conflict In my mind and I felt as though her spirit struggled with mine to win me to the course ol open honest dealing But it was Impossible She must be the last of aU- to know Her eyes sank as though she knew which had won the victory and proud scornful look took the place ol the grave good humor that had beer there a moment before Then on i sudden she began to speak of the the ojIshe stopped with a weary look tOILlicious pleasure Come along I ds liver you over a prisoner of war Walt a minute I pleaded No she said imperiously motion Ing me Come along And with a sfIcies of Mm Bowser That eloquent lady received mi with flutter of feathers if I may bar row the expression to Indicate hei pleasure iTO BE CONTINUED I GREAT SLAUGHTER OF WASPS Curious Custom That Prevails In West moreland England A strange custom is observed yeas ly in the small hamlet of Week ia Westmoreland England In commemo ration of an incident that happened In the year 1841 That year there was a plague of wasps and many per sons throughout the country succumbed to the poisonous stings The lit tie hamlet holds the record for its number of victims and in memory of the occurrence a memorial tablet was erected on the moor there Now each year there is a procession Most of the Inhabitants turn out carrying In sect powder and other devices for kill- Ing wasps and march to the memorial stone where a short service is held by the minister of the parish Whea the service is over a general crusadt Is made in search of wasps nes which are immediately destroyed Some carry guns some rags saturated I In turpentine while others carry paraffin which is poured into the neat and a match applied The anniversary is considered the most Important cveat of the year Plenty of Work The patron who was reaching tht brotherly ctage leaned over the bar YOIfellowsyou Oh therell be plenty of work responded Mike cheerfully Igglug ditches to extend water n dnsKunsaK Cly Times J S SSSs f A SPOOK WINE AGENT Heres Something Really New In the Line of Pushing Sales I Iwve consulted a medium the delicate creature said to me In a mysterious whisper flow did you come to do that I asked had lost faith In doctors to euro me mill a friend told me to consult a spiritualist and IItlII Of course you went to the best I said smilingly- went to Mrs Sinltbklns She stands very high was the serious an swer And what did she tell you The mysterious whisper became al most uncanny as sho answered It was all very strangevery You see I was a total stranger to her SIlO did not even know my name and yet almost as soon as she wort Into a trance she told mo that slim saw my dear soiitlio one who Is on tho other shore you know Her eyes grew luminous and her expression unearthly He had a message for me she said she went on And of course you received It as bonn tide How could I help It She called him by name and he said to her just think of itthat be had known all along that I was ailing and had been very anxious to get a message tome Tell mother he said that I can see that her health Is falling hut that there Is a remedy for her trouble There Is a certain kind of wIne that will help her lyre the medium wrote a name on a slip of paper Tell her to take that dally for at least six months my son said to her Hut do not know where to get It I salt to her when she handed me the suit And of course he told you I ventured as the whisper faded The delicate croit res eyes gus tened now That was the strangest thing of all she Sail quickly While I spoke a card fluttered down to the floor right lu front of me I picked It up and there was an address written upon it in my sons handwriting It was No Fulton street ManI hattan and It told me that could find the wine mentioned And you went there and bought the wine At once A whole case of It And she smiled angelically The next tIny I took the trouble to pass the door of No Fulton street As I had suspected the name of the wine merchant was I Smlthklns He Had Been There RodrickHowdy old man We are going on a camping trip soon Did you ever enjoy a camping trip where you had to do your own cooking and sloe P beneath the stars Van AlbertNope- RodrlckWlmt Do you mean to say you have never been on a camp Ing trip VanjMberJfNo I mean tp say that 1tVr eniiyedt Traffic Greatly Increased In Paris With the last few years the u lar traffic of Paris has Increased enormously Horse dt1 and mechanical lypropelled it SS totals 101750 ve inhides2000 omnibuses ai tram cars against 845 in 1891 In J JOO there were only 12000 hackney coaches against 18250 today Alcohol Temperance Drinks Government analyses of socalled temperance drinks sold In England prove that they contain from 2 to 12 310 per cent of alcohol The liquor laws of England take no account for purposes of taxation of beverages Litcontainingof 4147 samples of supposedly inn o cent drinks examined In the last four years 3098 exceeded thit proportion Ginger beers and herb beers were found to have the highest percentage of alcohol some of them containing u much as claret or Rhine wine Bromldlsh Actions That Live In every theater there are always some who can be depended upon to applaud the stage hand who carrb on a chair there is always somebody at every ball game to applaud the um pits when he catches a ball thros out to him And yet those things ago ceased to be funny Verily the rocktheboat fool Is not the only s perpetuating genius Misplaced Kindnesses Kindnesses misplaced are nothln but a curse and dlsserviceEaniuaM- ARKET REPORTS Cincinnoti Aug JL CATTLE Extra JC 10 6 25 CALVES Extra 6 50 75 HOGSChoice 6 85 6 6 90 SHEEPExtra 3 85 LAMBS Spring 6 65 6 75 FLOUR Spring pat 5 65 5 90 WHEAT No 2 red 93 94 CORN No 2 mixed 79 j 79 OATSNo2 mixed 50 ra 5- 1RYENo 2 choice 78 SO HAY Ch timothy 11 00 ij11 50 BUTTER Dairy t ICtf EGGS Per doz 15 17h APPLESChoice 3 00 t 3 50 POTATOES Per brl 3 25 Q 3 50 TOBACCO Buriey 10 75 22 50 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 94VS 95 CORNNo 2 mixed 78 1- 0OATSNo2 mixed 51 PORK Prime mess i 15 25 LARDPrime 9 55 aew TOBK FLOUR Win patent 20 5 50 WHEATNo 2 red 1 Ot CORNNo 2 mixed 7S OATSNo 2 mixed 54 55 PORKPrime mess 17 00 17 50 LARDSteam 9 35 a 945 BALTIMORE WHEAT No 2 red 97 CORNo 2 mixed 81- OATSNo 2 mixed 53 innisviLLK WHEATNo 2 red 9a CORN No 2 mixed P 70 OATS No 2 mixed 53w 1z HAY Ch timothy 11 00 HOGS Extra 5 90 6 80 IARDStcam 8 00 nrArIIOUS CATTLE Prime 6 50 HOGS Extra 6 40 fJ 6 70 aHEEP Extra 2 50 P 5 00 t IWIf 4 y f i fAi J h c J i f j r Sj rjii 1rL LL rrtS f jInformationand There in Wasiilndton fc- t jtriw4 1 Virtue That Abides in Clean Linen ASMIXOTON The nations capi tal Is sincere In its crusade for cleanliness and promises to prove herself a worthy example to the other cities of the land The activities of Dr W C Woodward the past week have centered In the effort to reform the laundry business of the city Every person who launders for pay the clot4ng sheets pillow cases table cloths or similar articles belonging to any other person will be required to register with the health officer What the health department desires says Dr Wood want Is to bring under better control the many homes of the poorer classes In which washing Is done for hlro to supple ment tutu scant wale of the head of the household Too often these houses arc lu an uncleanly condition And there Is reason to believe that In ninny cases especially In the summer season when heating water for washing not only diminishes the profit of the operation but also adds to the Envoys Notorious as Tightwads UNCLE SAM Is getting wise on one and that Is that foreign coun tries like to have him send millionaires ns his representatives to their lands there to spend American gold lavishly but are disposed to be decidedly niggardly when It comes to their representatives spending money In America Secretary Root is credited with be- Ing about to turn this situation to good account Mr Root resents the position of the foreign governments In requiring of an American ministers Of ambassadorI terprises for their governments can not be reckoned But their entertainments and general mode of living are an open page The man who draws the biggest salary in Washington is James Bryce who gets 50000 annual ly and an additional 10000 a year for contingent expenses Mr Bryce has one of the finest mansions which the capital can boast completely furnished with an extra fund to pay for any necessary repairs or new equip ment Hmbas linen silver and glass I FROM the preliminary report of the of internal revenue it is apparent that the consumption of whisky and other ardent spirits is on the decrease and that the consumption of beer Is Increasing During the fls cal year which ended on June 30 last 1131789242 was paid to the government as revenue on whisky and other spirituous liquors For the year previ ous 147550281 was paid a loss in revenue of 15767038 There was dls tilted during the year which ended IJune 30 last 119808402 gallons of dls tilled spirits a decrease over the pre vlous year of 14333672 gallons rDDuring the past year 58747680 bar Igrels of beer ale etc were made a of 201569 over the preceding- If year O this beer ale etc the gov THE great number of mine the appalling loss of life there from has prompted the United States leading experts In such matters to this country to cooperate with the effort now being made through the Doited States geological survey to establish an station at Fittsburg and to Inaugurate the work there a testing explosives used in coal mining Congress at its last session appropri ated 150000 for this purpose and this sum has been turned over to the surveyIt said that abroad mineV ex plosives are tested and those which are deemed standard for the purpose r has the geological survey the right to Impose it It may however endeavor to ascertain the facts by investigation and then set them forth for tho benefit of mine operators and for the in formation of state legislators Last year 3200 men were killed in the mines and the year before 2061 The rate for 1906 was 334 for e ery thousand men employed while for 1907 It was still greater In four mines alone nearly 500 men were killed since last December 356 in tho disaster at Monongah W Va said to be the most Appalling far as the bus of life Is concerned In the history of mining r j7y f t t0 VVT t t PVV- r j discomfort of the household the wa rtter used Is not properly heated and clothing from various sources is passed successively through the same 7 dirty water and moreover that Iron r Inc which when efficiently done is a i f reasonably safe disinfecting process Is not done In the manner best adapted to the accomplishment 01 that And finally during illny Simimmer mill particularly tinent weather during the season clothing Is bung up or about within the living rooms often amid foul odors which effectively permeate it and occasion ally on premises occupied in part by 1 patients diseases suffering from communicable While the most effectio regula tion of the business of laundering can not be brought about until some ssitem of licensing Is established as Is proposed In the pending bill yet Itrwould seem that It may be possible fo facilitate the Inspection of places where laundering Is done by requiring registration at the heiKU office It they be registered then they can be systenuttlcally Inspected at east from time to time as lunchrooms aud other similar places are now being Inspect j- ed instead of being visited only occa sionally in the course of the routine 9work of the department J at the expense of the British ex chequer and even the liveries of his retainers come front the public fa ad tYet with this vast sum at their dis posal few people live more unpre tenUously than the British amliassa dor and Mrs Bryce Their social rec ord during the last winter contained fewer events than any of the immedi ate predecessors Mnej Bryce gaveVabout six small afternoon receptions during the season when tea and small confections were served t There were two large evening levees when practically the whole of Washingtons official and social worldVwas entertained About three formal and pretentious banquets were givenV by the British ambassador during the winterSBut little more can be placed to theScredit of the French ambassadtrr and Mme Jusscrand second on the list of big salaries M Jusserand gets U2 y 500 a year about 10000 for extra ex penses The dean of the corps the Italian ambassador Baron Mayor Des ocV4Planches Is almost out of the octal running 4 In view of thelond tniueutatlomi about what a hard time American 4Ip lomats abroad have to mate ends meet it is said that Secretary Hoot I and some legislators who are In hisV confidence will present the next com 11 pjalnants with a story of what good i lmanagers the diplomats who live ia i 4VWashington have proved themselves s Are Turning from Whisky to Beer J BritainA permissiblea S4 encIf ernment received as revenue the sumVof 58747680 a gain of 201569 The receipts front all sources of InVternal revenue for tho year aggreVgated 251665950 being a decrease ofV17998072 from the receipts for the fiscal year which ended June 30 1907VTobacco of all sorts yielded a revenue 4Vof 49862754 a loss of 1948315 the figures of the year which ended June 30 1907 being 51811069 This VV year cigars contributed a total sum of 20714276 little cigars 545050 and cigarettes 4879346 and tobacco of other kind including chewing and smoking 21846563SOleomargarine paid revenue U the extent of 954301 a gain of 66663 over the previous year This repro sents 79107302 pounds consumed Renovated butter was a close second to oleomargarine 50240708 pounds being manufactured upon which 125 601 revenue was paid Filled cheese paid 1271 mixed flour 2380 Playing cards were thzeVfor 549810 a loss of 112904 for th preceding yearVWould Make Work of Mining Safe 1 accidents experimental premises 25 more in the disaster at the Dar mine in Pennsylvania 32 in the Naomi mine In Pennsylvania and 67 in the Yolande mine In Alabama The experts who will come to thifVcountry are Capt Desborough in spector of explosives under the horns omce Great Britain Herr Melsaner andsministration of mines Belgium Cruelty Are you the officer of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals asked the fussy little man I am replied the man addressed Well look at that horse how het sometWhat would you suggest that Jarrest the flies for worrying the horse or et4Yonkers tSSVTheyinglyVYes and thereby hangs a taleVa romance In real life They fell in love at first sight and were marriedV right away and for awhile it looked as if there would be no more to the story But In time their love rt nud into friendshipthink of itano sowSthey are what you ssePuckVBreaking It Gently VW Pardon me sir began thi portly person in the railroad train tothe man who sat next to him but what woldVVyou say if I sat on your hatSuppose you sit on it andlheJij VV ask me suggested the I did admitted the portly per son calmly Half Holiday Ji t ill J ftf i r 5S5- 5 tSV vt t 1 et fj IU mo JISIUIIf i 1 l 1O1NgViLLEfljTLOOj Ir t OWINGSVILLE KYI Entered according to ActI fII Congress at the Owingsville Ky Postollicc as secondclass matter It No commissions allowed any hOlly on subscriptions Subscribers desiring a change Iofaddress should give previous address when writing- Coirespomlenta should always got their Reins to us not latQr limn Monday if possible when out of stationery mention it on at separate slipof paper News math of general inter est is welcomed brine it to us without delay if you wish it in sorted 4 Advertisers wishing a change a 4ordiscontinuance of ad should inform us the week previous II tlUhlication day I iAddrcss ajl communications toj I JOHN W IIONiVKBJi Owmgsvilie 0 Ky 1 4p THURSDAY AUG 27 1903 h w1ANNO1JEMENTSWe are authorized to announce W Young as a I J JAttiereelection Twentyfirst as clnc1idaleI subject to the action of the I Democratic party 1 S We are authorized to announce I Alexander Conner a candidate orI 4 reelection for Comnon wealths Attorney of the 21st Judicial dis- trict0 I subject to the acti 0 n 0 f pnrtyfWe ae authorized to announce 4 W n White as a candidate for I Commonwealths Attorney in the Tw ntyfirst Judicial district sub ject to the action ofthe Democrat t jc party i L We are authorized to announce Mrs S n Hawkins as a candidate- S for Superintendent of Schools of Bath county subject to the ac 7 tion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Miss Pickott Metcalfe as a candi date for S u p e r i n ten d en t of Schools of Bath county subject I to the action of the Democratic party ttI We arq authorized to announce i tltneml idatefor 7 Supermtendent o Schools r lia tbfBathIrtyT j v Wo are authorized to announce 7 iJ W PenL a candidate for Su t t perintendent of Schools of Bat1r rccuritynsubjfct to the 1 party r We are authorized to announce Y Miss Carrie Nixon as a candidate j I for Superintendent of Schools of t 1 Bath county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce John W Dawson a candidate for Clerk of the Bath Circuit Court subject to the action of the Dem aocratic party We are authorized to announce i l J J Mark as a tJi County Judge of Bath County subject to the action of the Dem t ocratic party A We are authorized to announce ij t Alfred N Crooks as a candidate vl fcj afor County Judge of Bath sub ject to the action of the Demo craticparty c tL We are authorized to announce Leslie Shrout as a candidate fo i lt reelection as County Clerk o I I V i Bath subjcctto the action of the It 1 Democratic party fWeire authorized announce D of South Sher 4I burne a candidate for Sheriff of Bath county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party Wm C Johnson of Sharpsburg 4 jtIjand Aaron Fanning of Salt Lick 1 It willbchisdeP1tiesifelected in 1 t the future r D We are authorized to announce h 1cra Seth Botts as a candldmto forIft 1 1 J Sheriff of Bath county subjec t i1b frf to the action of the DemocratIc I ft party Cole Barnes of Preston s 1wIll be his deputy if elected 41p rs1rr ii We are authorized to announce t i I Samuel 0 Doggett as a candi date for Jailer of Bath countY1 f subject to the action of the Dem1 ocratic party 0 tt1 i I We arc authorized to announce l a 3 f q t ttic r 5 forJallerofaathcountySUbJectl t i We are authorized to announce A r t7 t tobt Duff as a candidate for t j jIYf Jailer of Bath County subject tot the action of the Democratic para 7f ty LI rI y 1ft t We are authorized to announce f t IfJames G McCarty as a rt for Jailer of Bath candIdateI ject to the action of r i cratic party j vp rzdt 1 I I T i ft i9 iS Jfi 1J t1 f4 titoiI J t tt ftq cI r 1 7f Sf 1 o 1 t I b r t 1 i i We arc authorized to announce Wells a candidate for As jsessor of Bath county subject to parItyIIEnstwodor Jailer of Hath county subject o the action of the Democratic altycWe are author ed to announce R T Joba Clark as a candidate for Jailer of Bath countysubject to the action of the Democratic party IIIsessor of Bath County subject to the action of the Democratic parI Ity If nominated and WalterS Hendrix of South SherI burlaP and Thos J Crouch of Preston will le associated with Mr Jones in the discharge of the duties of the office We are authorized to announce Robort T Mycra as a candidate for Magistrate in District No 5 Fusion bjtct to the action of the Democratic party vare authorized to announce Joseph Williams as a candidate for Magistrate in District Preston subject to the actionI of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce John T Buck Ginter as a can didate for Magistrate in Owings vile district No 1 subject to the action ofthe Democratic party THE steamship Lusitania cross i the Atlantic from Qccnstown to New York last week in four days eighteen hours and twenty five minutes An the Lusitania is a floating palace the airship is not in it bv the side of her THE American Tobacco Compa ny oiTrust has caused much speculation by withdrawing its twentytwo country buyinga- gents from Kentucky The Trusts said to intend to open up headquarters in Cincinnati and it is rumored to intend to quit Kenttricky altogether These posed to be strategic moves in the warfare between the Trust and grOWIerstheirnoi1ity to hold togetherDj to the future jCORRESPONDENCE Stopstono Mrs HS Bittinger who went to the Hospital to have nn opera tion performed came home Fri daxandris getting along nicely Mrs J E Carmichael is riot quite so well- Brother Adams failed to fill his appointment here Sunday Mrs J Alexander ga vet h e young folks an Thursday night The girlsninde the aprons and the hemmed them Fay Hartiothe prize a necktie s Wm Anderson of Nichol svillc and Miss Bertha Bittinger of Stepstone went to Jeffersonvillo lnd Aug 9th and were married The bride is a pretty and attractive young lady We wish Mr Anderson and his fair bride along and happy life rSaltLick A W T Shouse returned Lexington Monday where fromI undergone a serious his eye but we are glad to know he is getting along nicely Arnold Todd of Lexington is visiting his uncle J T Evans Jesse Steele who has been con fined to his room for several days with fever is able to be out again reg1lfand Sunday Mrs Isaac Shouse spent a few days with her brother Jo Parker in Lexington last week Mrs Aaron Fanning returned home lasbweek from a visit of a few days to her father Ed Colli ver Mrs Rachael McCarty is still confined to her room Mrs Frank Jones and children of Odessa visited the family of Joseph Lathram from Saturday till Monday h The average married man has about as much to do with managing his home as a mouse has with managing the family cat shyathe sweetest girl in the world for many moons but being bash ful his suit progressed slowly Finally she decided it was up to her to start something so the next time he called she pointed- to the rose in the buttonhole of saidc kiss for that rose A crimson flush spread over his countenance but the exchange was made after some hesitation on his part Then he grabbed his hat and started to leave the room Why where are you going she asked in surprise To the erflorist for more roses he called back from the front door r L t l f o trn Pobblo 1 N Powell delivered his crop of tobacco at Sharpsburg to re main in the pool Cleveland Woodard left Mon day for a twowe2ks visit to his parents Ceo Woodard and wifeIe f Edina Mo Mrs Sallie Maddox and three children of Anderson Indiana last week for a short visit and to be at the golden wedding of her parents 1 N Powell and wife Mrs Sam Woodard and daughI tel Miss Altn will leave Wednes for an extended visit to the formers son and daughter inI Shelby county Mo Bill Saunders of Poplar Plains visited the family of Tns Wood ard last week Mrs Matilda Woodard visited relatives at Hillsboro Friday and Saturday Leslie Hendrix bought a mare of Omar Routt for 1 J S McClure and OIthe family of George near Okla Sunday Charlie Rodgers and family visited tile family of John Emmons sunIday tnIkenthough is a little better nowI Several from here attended Couit at Flemingsburg Monday Odessa Another good rain here Friday with considerable wind IBan Jones of near againI was last week as Frank Jones 1 L Markland and his parents B S Jones and wife Miss Lucy Vanlandintrham re turned Saturday from her trip toINiajrara Falls Thtf Reynoldsvillo mI crossed bats with the WyomingI kid team at the lower White Oak school yard Saturday evening Score 16 to 11 in favor of former T T Gudgell sold eight long yearling steers to a Mr Owings last week to go first of Septem ber at 4c per pound The many friends here of Henry Alfred pete Oursler were sorry to hear of his death Patq was a great favorite with the children always had sonic thing of interest to tell them of ten continuing his story until his next visit Ho ran off from his home in Pennsylvania when reIturncdthough before he found a home that he was there in his little trundle bed with mother to care for him Peace to his ashcsl J S Anderson continues about the samoof his illness The baby joy of Thos Copher and wife has been quite poorly for two weeks The limberneck is playing havoc with the turkey and chicken crop in this neighborhoodOlvmnia Elder N Cleveland preached an interesting sermon to an appreciative audience Friday night Robt Smith and wife visited on Flat Creek Sunday Maud Testamen of Mt IMiss was the guest of Mrs Clark Saturday and Sun dayTony Griggs has returned from an extended business trip to West Virginia We welcome you back home Tony but you had been gone so long and grown so much we hardly knew you Will Johnson of Sharpsburrg was here shaking hands with friends the past week Mrs Lucy Hart is visiting her daughter Mrs Ben Roberts at L FL Junction We under stand Mr Roberts is ill Mr and Mrs H 0 Irwin were in Cincinnati the past week The children of Mr and Mrs Joseph Williams of Preston are their grandparents J C Jackson and wife Mrs N T Clark her mother and small daughter Naomi and son Boyce are visiting friends in Bourbon county this week John Strowbridge of George town is the guest of his sister Mrs W R Penix Mrs McClanahan is the guest of her father Uncle Bob Ov erbey this week resIvery old lady passed from lOne this week called by the reaper Death She was Aunt Polly Shultz at the age of 92 years She was called to her reward Chas Carpenter son of Mrs Eliza Ingram and twin brother of Milton Carpenter and Miss Amanda Barker daughter of Wm Barker were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at the residence of Uncle Dick Crouch Wednesday They have ourbest wishes for a long and prosperous life i t 1 o it tIct Croors Protracted meeting begins at Peeled Oak Monday night Mrs Joe Williams visited rein tives at Olympia Sunday Mrs Nellie Fitch and children Olympia are visiting relatives hereIR B Carter of Morehcadwas here Sunday Will Steele and wife of Fiat Creek visited relatives here Sun day Mrs Joe Kerns of Sideview is visiting relatives here Wilson Hendrix shipped a carload of cattle to Cincinnati Tuesday Billie North is teaching sing ingschool here His school will close tomorrow Will Warner and wife visited his father and mother Travis Warner and wife on Salt Lick last weeh J E Wilhoit closed his meet ing at Kendalls Spring night with 2G additions SundayI church Willson Hendrix shipped a carioad of cattle and hogs Saturday Sum Lathram sliipped a car load of cattle to Cincinnati Sat urday ISlato Volley It was somewhat cooler Mon day Shultz and wife were at ISaln of the formers moth Polly Shultz at Olympia Sunday who died and was buried losC Sahmlay at the Crouch graveyardvShe was a very old woman having been born May 1 1816 921 years four months and days old She had been twentyI working woman She husband who died about twenty three years ago had reared to manhood and womanhood ten grandchildrenI1ILL II ii l U LlUl illn JilliUilUU at the time of her death She had been a member of the Christian Church for forty years Mr and Mrs A K Coyle vis itedjjthc latters sister Mrs Peter Honaker who has fever at her home in Salt Lic fj4 last weak Wm Traylpr was called to the bedside of his aunt Mrs Sam Al f d1 arjthe oil fields in jTiif1ast wk rsJAlfrey died Saturjlay and w burned Sunday jfl the family bu ying- ground nir AlfreYsmaid n name was Mary Manley and shi was 68 years old She had been a member of the Christian Church from girlhood Her husband and several children survive This neighborhood is blessed with good health at this time Peaches are plentiful but not of the best quality Upper Prickty Ash Mrs Maria Burns continues very poorly Almanza Stone wife and little niece Lillian Case visited rela tives in Fleming county from Sat urday till Tuesday Alfred Carter and wife spent Sunday with Mrs Minnie Good paster on Salt Well H A Lyter went to Berry to visit relatives Sunday Mrs Kate Gillon visited W W Power and wife Sunday Willie Hamilton and wife vis ited relatives on lower Prickly Ash from Friday till Sunday Mrs Miranda Warner and her daughter Dollie L returned to their home at Berry last Thurs day after a visit of several weeks with relatives here Sherman Hamilton and sister Emma D of Montgomery coun ty accompanied Miranda Warner home Samuel Kerslake and wife of Paris visited the latters aunt Mrs Frances Hamilton and chil dren from Wednesday till Monday The railroad campers moved from Elder Zimmermans to near Sharpsblirg Samuel Kerslake and wife Mrs Frances Hamilton 11 A Lyter and wife and R L Stone and wife spent Saturday at Olympian Springs C S Ratliff and wife of Ow ingsville spent Sunday with Daniel Harper and family Coburn and Willie Hamilton bought a horse of Dr Tribou for 65 There was a hard storm of wind and rain some hail last Friday Tom Stone and wife of Ow ingsville visited F F Tackett and wife Sunday Stoops Strenuous efforts are being made to have a turnpike made over the remainder of the Spring field road Grover C Sears bought an aged- horse of Frank Turner for 50 t JA i lt 4 f tfsr1 ai 4 i F1 rwa Harrison Conn and family moved Thursday to Little Rock Mrs Conn was considerably better of her illness Seems strange that a cheap man always feels like he is worth a fortune II Gillaspie was at Louis IJ last week on business H and M W Bridges at tended the Ewing fair last week Mrs Nannie Byrd will l avcIISept 1 to accept a position large millinery establishment uisvilleIwe are this season that is they didnot get out a Gay Widower hat to match the M e r r W i d o w Heaven know lheymay put off somethirg worse than that on us this fall and winter- Ed Toy is still improving from typhoid fever The Judy Camp M W of A are preparing to have a grand time in Jacksons beautiful park ofIINo matter how high a man rise in the world he likes to refer to the day he was a farmer When i man becomes a tirstI class farmer he has risen as high as he can get in this world A recordbreaking crowd is cx pected at Springfield Sunday Some few from here T J Scotts sale at attendcdI Station Friday and J setts at Flat Creek The proposed turnpike through by Tiptons to the Bath county line was finally decided a go The contractors have about completed the grade Harts precinct promises to furnish its quota of candidates this time G A McCormich for Coun ty Judge W E Crooks and J alreadylout Mo came Saturday to join Mrs Hart at the home of his brother S A Hart Elder Hart preached at Somerset Sunday Misses Nellie and A it nab e I Coons of North Middletown arc visiting their aunt Mrs John C Trimble Thomas N Coonis and family of Bourbon county visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Sherman Hahiilton and sister Miss Emma D are at Berry visi ting Mrs Miranda Warner- OverthnJonesandifamily werp guests of James Crooks and other relatives at Preston lait weeKI L J Young 0 M Jor s Thos B Hamilton will r i a e IrrSundays hoolatf1i convention at Camarg Thurs day deputyShelitFfever at his home near Mt Ster ling Wm Turner bought of John R Triplett of Sharpsburg a two yearold gelding for 100 Mrs Bettie Harne of Lexing ton is very ill at the home of W A Kissick where she is visiting Commissioners SaleIBATH CIRCUIT Thomas R Dawsons Admr c plaintiffs- vs J T Dawson c defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered in the Bath Circuit Court at the May term 1903 in the abovestyled case the undersigned Master Commissioner will on- MONDAY SEPT 14 1908 at about 1 oclock p m proceed to offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction at the Courthouse door in Owingsville lying Creek and is bounded as follows On the north by the land of JIClay Donnan on the east the land of W C Jackson and Sam T1 jll on the south by tile land of Mrs Jessie Dowd and on the west by Slate Creek containing 56 acresTermsSale will be made on a credit of six months for one half and twelve months for the priceThe II execute bonds with approved security payable to the Commis sioner and bearing 6 per cent in terest per annum from date until paid and to have the force and effect of replevin bonds A lien will be retained upon said land to secure the payment of the pur chase price H S GOODPASTER M C B C C C W GOODPASTER Atty COALFor Corn Hay Oats Or Stock Feed Bring a load of feed and get a load anYIbodyRICHARD ILES Salt Lick Ky 49t I r I 4V h S Commissioners Sale BATh CIRCUIT COURT Ollie SnedcgnradrnrcPlffsI Mrs Ann Snedegar c Dfts 0110I1Circuitterm 190S in the abovestyled case the undersigned as Special Commisioner will on MONDAY SEPT 14 1908 at about 1 oclock p m proceedI to offer for sale to est bidder at public auction at the Courthouse door in Owingsville Ky a tract of land lyingin Bath county Ky on the waters of White Oak Creek containing 40 acres bounded as follows On the north by the ands of Joseph Al len on the south by the lands of a 1Whitewest by the lands of David Bailey Said land or enough thereof will be sold to satisfy the lien debt of the Farmers Bank of Owingsville Ky which to day of sale amounts to 04200 Sale will be made on Ia credit of six months The pur chusc will be required to execute bond with approved sccuritypay able to the Farmers Bank and bearing G per cent interest per annum from date to have the force and effect of a replevin bond A lien will be retained upon saidI land to secure payment of theI purchase priceD W DOGGETT Commissioner- H S flnnniARTPT Attorney IJust because a married man does the things his wife wants him to do it is no sign he is stuck on the job HE KNEW ONLY ONEA teach er had been telling her class of boys that worms had heroine so numerous that they destroyed the crops and it was necessary to im port English sparrows to extermi nate them The sparrows multiplied very fast and were driving away our native birds Johnny was apparently inat tentive and the teacher thinking to catch him napping said Johnny which is worse to have worms or sir rows Please I new had the spar rowsLadies I r me Journal j AN ALL ROUND MISFIT The lato James McNeil Whistler was standing bardicadedin a hat shop the clerk havingtaken his hattoanbther part of the shop for comparison A man rushed in with his hat in his hind and supposing Whistler tCl be a clerk- angrily confrontexin1x- t seSiirercTTTiB nat cTtre nt fitgaid he Whistler eyed the stranger crit ically from head to foot and then drawled out Well neither does your coat Whats more if you will pardon me for saying so Ill be hanged I caremuch for the color of your trousers Everybodys HE WAS STILL COUNTING A doctor now eminent was at opt time serving as interne in one ol the Philadelphia hospitals as we as holding his own with a coterie celIIovcr slept Sleepily donning his attire he hastened to the hospitaland soon a stalwart young Irishman claimed his attention Well my man what seems to be your trouble this morning inquired the doctor concealing a yawn and taking the patient by the hand to examine his pulse Faith sor its all in my breathin doctor I cant git me breath at all at all The pulse is normal Pat but let me hear the lung action a mo nienit the doctor kneel ing beside the cot and laying hisI headon the Irishmans chest Now let me hear you talk he closing his eyes and listening at pulmonaI tor finally asked the patient Oh say anything Count Count one two three and up that way murmured the physician drowsily Wan two three fure five six When the young doctor with a start opened his eyes Pat was continuing weakly tin hundred an sixtynine tin hundred and sivinty tin hundred and sivinty wan etc Success Magazine FATHER AND SONIt happen ed that Professor Richards of Yale had a son among the members of one of his classes in geometry and the professor to avoid all charges of favoritism was scrupulous to treat his off spring exactly as he did the other students One morning the young man entered the class room with out his Legendre Richards sand the professor severely where is your gcomc try I have asked you ahvays to bring it to class I am very sorry professor replied the young man contritely but my father borrowed it last night and hasnt returned it Womans Home Companion jif z v jtI Commissioners Sale plaintiffI T IJTipton Young c defendnts By virtue of a judgment and rder of sale rendered in the Bath ircuit Court at the May term tJ908 in the above styled case he undersigned Master Com missioner will on MONDAY t atI V L house door in Owingsville Bath county Ky a tract of land ly j oriitheidescribed as follows towit 5 Beginning at a stonecorrier- with Nat and William Young thence N 12 E 30 68100 poles to stone in the stone fence corner v with same thence N 281 E 25 66 00 poles to the angle of the fence j jEthence 405 11 20100 poles corner with same thence S 47J E 29- poles corner with same thence S 51 E 10 poles corner with same thence crossing the cWeTTlJl 4E 9 16100 poles same thence S 60J E 1892100qpoles to a stone corner with same jj I thence N 63 E 21 26100 poles to stone corner with same thence j t N 2 E 49 31100 poles toa stone J corner with same in George Har dins line thence N 83f W 3 20 100 poles to a set stone corner with said Hardin thence N2E 35 76100 poles to a stone corner with same thence N 168 E 73 20 100 poles to aEet stone corner with sam rind Tolliver Vice thence N olh W 23 12100 polesto a point in a branch south 86 W 17 links from the end ofa stone fence corner with said Vice thence N 67i W 35 to a point in ithe branch corner with sam thence N G2 W 21 poles to a stake corner with same thence N 65 W 21 40100 poles to an elm stumpr Jcorner with same thence S 89i W passing R II Hazelriggs cornier at l 28100 pole same course continued in all 1ET poles to a point in a branch S 57 E 60 Jlinks from a small black walnut corner with said Hazelrigg and Wilson thence S 39 W 21 10100 poles to a set stone corner with Wilson thence S 61 W21 40100 poles to a set stone corner with same thence S 4 W 13 12100 j poles to a set stone cornerwith v sane thence N 89 W 35 76100 toptwo elms corner with S1m thence S i E 21 36100 poles to tstone corner with same thenceI rE 76 jG4jlOO poles to a set j lstone corrii same hence S 52i W 55rjT oajfet stone cor sa 1L1DCci nBu l s vnecorn er with same and Wm McCrayHjv1 thence S 68E 39 20100 poles to McCraythencet 1 stone corner with same thence S cornItercrossing the creek 6 SO100 poles sameIto ginning containing 193 acreS 2 horiryard is reserved and less1 acre 3 roods and 21 poles of said land heretofore sold and convoyed tp James CorbinISaid land or enough thereof will be sold tQ satisfy plaintiffs debt interest and costs which to day of sale amount to 685095 Terms Sale will be made onIa credit of twelve months purchaser will be required to ex ecute bonds with approved seen rity payable to the Commissioner and bearing 6 per cent inter est per annum from date until paid and to have the force and L effect of a replevin bond A lien jwill be retained upon said prop erty to secure the payment of the lpurchase price II S G00DPAsTERaMCBCCJ J NEBITT l q C WNESBITT Yr lAttorneys i Its hard to be popular with yourself and please your neigh hors tI jCORSETS J J i DAINTY AS THEE Rose vj Before you consult fyour dressmaker about i tseeAMERICAN t f BEAUTY r CORSET i Your gown worn over tcue of these corsets will greatly enhance your personal T charms Anl these corsets are l 1 r not expensive only i 100 to 800 1t KALAMAZOO CORSET Co Eclusivc Makers lKALAMAZOO MICH Because we believe in them we sell andrecommend them lY S SLESSEI krOWINGSVILLE KY Oct 2 f s I