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I x i t m m 1 1 ut fr f VOL XXX OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPT 10 1908 ra Next Monday is County Court day a H Born Sept 1 to Robt Shields ihu nd wife of Flat Creek n daugh ter Go to Miss 0 L Powers for I the newest and latest things In f millinerytd served by rid carriers and no one velsehereabouts j + The C K V railroad sur tl r veying corps is now working be 4I tween Sharpsburg and Paris Mrs Alex Conner took a crowd z of children picnicking and paw A paw hunting Tuesday whoiii Li MR AND MRS 3 W HUTCHESON 1 jvJphn Boaz has a sow that had last September 12 last tMarch and now has 12 that came September 1 LATEST STYLES Miss 0 L 1 Power will show all the lateste novelties in millinery at her store I r September 19 y Mitchell wjagons have stood the test strongest gear lightest run ner in the market J3 L A T BYRON The electrical storm Sunday ev N 1 ening burned out the telephones 4 a here There was a good rain which has helped considerably Just received a lot of Palmers perfumes soaps and face pow ders 74t J M BROTHER Estill Honaker have received i a pair of Barcus horse stocks and can now shoe the wildest horse without danger to animal ti Get ready for your fall seeding by buying a Hoosier wheat drill f said Deering disc harrow For sale by E L A T BYRON James Arnett and Miss Luoyj Nice both of Bethel were mar Mt Sterling by Elder I 1r1C kircdZ7C9 ay iYiirS t yFor Sale FullbloodedShrop bucks Ad dress William Knox rfd No 1 Sharpsburg Ky 73tTh r For firstclass hardware wag bns and farming implements liar j b s ness of all kinds woven fence see E L A T BYRON r s Lost 4 red 800lb steers de horned hog rings in ears Lib byDri I Mrs E H Goodpaster will en i tertain from 11 a m to 3 p m Thursday Sept 10 in honor ofi 1Mrs Wm Reid of New Y o r City i v rtrhos R Wilson formerly o Mt Sterling died at Rocky Ford Colof consumption He leaves a widow who was Miss Annie vGossett of Bath county MILLINERY The ladies and children of Owingsville and vi cinity are cordially invited to at s tend the millinery opening of Miss 0 L Power Saturday Sep iember 19 AUTUMNAL WEATHER Thurs day and Friday mornings of las i were so cool that frost was bare yjlymissed In fact one observe f near Reynoldsville reports seein asome frost MEETINGI of the Burley Tobacco Society willa f convene for its last meeting be r2 fore the annual election on Sept I L + Winchesterjs MEETING POSTPONED T h e twoweeks meeting at the Chris r tian Church by Elders W E El his of Cynthians and Robert M t Campbell pastor announced to r begin Sept 14 has been post + poned till October 5 THE NEW SCHOOL BUILDING y The Owingsville Graded School will begin Monday October 5 j regardless of the new building 1r6 f the roofrrnow a o yt men as can labor to advantage 3 will push the work to a finish t a FIRE EXTINGUISHED A firet 9L r broke out in a closet under the stairway at J W Hutchesons residence about 230 p m Sun tt day The engine came promptly and extinguished the fire but not f a until the contents of the closet i consisting of clothing were d aniaged There was insurance on h 4 both the house and contents J t N tY rl feail 1 iifci 1 4wTi r j ih a- i r1 y a PERSONAL Rev John E Moss is attend ing Conference at Middlesboro Mrs D S Estill returned Fri day afternoon from Cincinnati Mrs Lou Fratman of Mt Stir ling is visiting her son Emmet Elder Robert M Campcll re- urned Saturday from his vaca tiers i Conned Ewing returned last a visit of two weeks in West Miss May Snedegar of White iak leftMonday to attend school it ii idway OHie Coons and wife returned Thursday from a stay at French Lick Springs Ind Emil Peters of Georgetown came Friday to visit his patents Thomas J Peters and wife Mrs Ed Barnes left Tuesday for Columbus 0 to visit her sis ter Mrs John D McIntyre Dr Mannin and wife of How and s Mill were guests of Dr I W Jones and wife Monday C C Chenault and wife of MtI Sterling were guests of B Goodpaster and wife Saturday Kelly Richards wife and son LexingtonMiss Moberly of Hillsboro 0 came Saturday to trim for Miss jOddie L Powers millinery store Rev John E Moss and wife of Tolesboro came last week to visit Judge John A Daugherty and family Miss Efiic Stewartof near Rey noldsville left Saturday visit her sister Mrs A M May dt Man Chester Tenn Mrs Thomas A Lee retuhed acIiyossa Gudgell Dr Geo E Tribou left Thurs day for a visit to his old home in Maine which he hadnt visited for thirtytwo years lifj Sf J Fcarir EOftHwj and daughter Mary Belle after a visit to relatives lef Monday fo their home at Embry ville Tenn Mrs Belle Davis and son Hugh f Meadville Penn came Mon day to visit her brother J J Nes itt and W H Daughertys fam ilyE ABashford wife and chil dren of Peebles Ohio came Sat urday in their automobile to visit Mrs Bs parents James Donald son and wife Mrs F W CoHiver and sonof Lexington and Misses Grace and Norris Lemastcr of Ashland are Brown and fam Stepstorek refaccompanied by her daughterin law Mrs James Ross and daugh ter Julia Gardner C S Ratliff and family have moved from W P Conners to rooms at Mrs R Gudgells resi dence George Lathram and wife have moved to Conners Mrs J B Goodpaster returned Monday from a stay of so m e weeks at Bay View Mich Avith TtrMiss Louise Daughdrty after grandg s for her home at Washington D C Wednesday of thus week MrsE E Holmes of Mays vine came Tuesday to visit her parents J W Hutcheson and wife Rev Holmes is attending Conference and will join he when that is over Miss Anna Peters went to Lex ington Sunday to meet her lath er N A Peters who came there to consu is physician as to the advisabilibLof another surgical operation florhis ailment Rev G D Prentiss and wife went to Mt Sterling Monday Mrs Prentiss will remain with her parents Mr and Mrs Swan go while Mr Prentiss attends Conference at Middlesboro 0fatives He is a son ofCapt Rob t Wells deceased and went to Mis souri thirtyt teevears ago He says they have fine crops in Ok lahoma Jt- oon F Metz and wife of Mat Ill spent several days the past weep with Thos L Dame and wife leaving here Monday word3 t Champaign Ill Mr Metz re Gently refused 210 per acre fo r one of his Illinois farms i fIl r 1IIJ L D Brother and wife Misses Mattie Woodson Barnes and May Shrout and Mrs T S Shrout wont to Winchester to attend the funeral of Mrs Ewell Renaker who died suddenly Friday night of asthma at Torrent where she had gone for the benefit of her health Her husband two daugh tcrs and a son survive her Her laughter Miss Mary visits here frequently Y MRS J F CONYERS DEATH Mrs Millie Conyers wife of J K Conyers died of consumption about 7 oclock p m Sept 2 and was buried at the Atchison grave yard on lower Slate Creek o oclock p in Thursday services by Elder G J Daniel Wyoming Mrs Conyers had been in bad health for about three years an her husband moved to town t his farm near Wyoming last spring in the hope that it would benefit her health but she grad ually declined till the end came She was a patient sufferer an had the tenderest nursing by th family and friends Mrs Conyers was the only child of Mrs Mandy Barber and was born Feb 9 1862 Her moth er died Nov 5 1901 Mrs Con j ors was married to J F Con yens and lived in happy union with him rearing five children all surviving Miss Maggie a home Mamie wife of Arthur Markland of the E K Telephone Exchange Thomas Emma wife of Robert Anderson of Wyom ink and Lee at home Mrs Conyers was a kind good woman affectionate and devoted wife and mother and was esteem ed by neighbors and friends The bereaved husband and family have the sympathy of the con munity in their sorrow THE OLDEST TEACHER Olym pia Ky August 31 1908Ow INGSVILLE OUTLOOK Please ac cept my correction of your state ment last week in speaking of me as a tcacKj cola r feachin the firs ias fcYip 3rr 14 1c3 Ufcsv e taught ivo j year since with the willrmake 51 years if I live to finish this I have always tried to build up morality in my schools to get the pupils to raise their standard in humanities and morality I meet teachers in the rural dis tricts ministers of the Gospel and many other good citizens wh have been students of mine i school I am now teaching my fifth session in the Sour Springs school house I am having a good at tendance and am informed the patrons that I am teachin the best school they have had since I taught there last Now let me say to all that I never l taught politics in my schools Let us Democrats come together and have a Jeffersonian adminis tration which will bring peace and happiness to the world G W THOMPSON LAST SERMON Rev George D Prentiss and bride returned Saturday from their wedding tri and Mr Prent ss preached his last sermons for this conference year at the M E Church Sunda nightMr very earnest and zealous young minister and has labored faithfully to build up the churches here and at Mt Pleasant These two churches were his first charge by Confer erence All indications point to his sure advancement in the min istry and wherever he may be as signed the ensuing year his many friends and admirers here wish him a happy and successful year r and prosperous career Fort JAILER Wm W Nixon of Preston announces himself a candididate for Jailer subject patyMr Nixon is a son of exJaile Samuel Nixon and like his fathe is a man who never scratched Democratic ticket He is a cle er sociable man popular with the people and has a large rela tionship as well as a strong fo lowing of personal friends H knows how to make friends 1asks that the voters give his ca their earnest considers tion Y THE ROADWORKING The candidates were again on hand at the Kendalls Spring roadwork ing Thursday There were near ly two hundred workers present V including some boys and thev did about as muchroadtvorkin as on the Thursda There was a bountiful supply of provisions and the crowd had big time while doing good Ivor also A GOOD RoAn CONVENTION Articles have appeared in THE OUTLOOK at different times re garding an enterprise which dur ing the past year has been in active progress to construct n turn pike into the Forgo Farm neigh boyhood by way of Kendalls Spring a distance of about four miles About two and a half miles of this road are complete The people of the southern end of the line with the assistance of outside friends have finished one mile of this road without assistance from the couriCy there being now only onehalf mile just beyond maketFiscalfand adjustthis matter which will thedpeople beyond who through gen past have been mud and creek bound a chance to get to town during the winter At the gathering Thursday peo surroundingeshovels etc The workers were divided into companies and each mans part assigned him to be gin operations There was no oratory on this occasion but a good deal of corn motion in driving teams blasting stumpstto do the work in his line There was some ax grinding There was not an oath heard as the teams were well trained and lid not need cussing no spiritu Otis vinous or malt liquors on the ground as plenty of ice water supplied every deficiency As to the soup it was so rich and so fine a mere mention of it would not suffice There were seven large kettles all in a row with four varieties of turtle chicken beef and burgoo Much credit and horror are reflected on Messrs Smoot Rayburn Ste phens anda few small boys who made this soup and keptihe pot pollticats t ro valiant ervicw ad most excellent work a doctor o repair strained backs and to gi a counsel to those present not to GO anything rash or reckless in the way of working or eating one druggist ready to j supply them with healing balm one grocer who worked but nev er quit talking a County Attor who made one of the best undertakn er a turnpike man In fact thus was one of the jolliest and best crowds I ever saw It would be ofgbetter people than can be found in that neighborhood and the visitors were glad to help them When the road is completed it will be one of the most delightful in the county to travel if the axis kept off the trees that arbor the way DR A W WALDEN JNO HEWITT KILLED BY LIGHT NNGOn Sunday evening about anpd the r home on lower Flat Creek An Mrywas t a Pest of the barn remarked to hisdaughterstandingafetvstepsaway the house There came a of lightning and the daughter saw her father stagger She grabbed him and kept him from talking He died almost instantly from the lightning stroke The interment was made at Longview Cemetery Bethel at 1130 oclock a m Tuesday Th pallbearers were John WebbDa Palmer F M Vice J R Corbin H J Doggett and Spencer Boyd John Hewitt was Nov 15 1841 He was a son of William fromrat George Hewitt and Mrs deceasedrwere n Dtisvs soph Gudgell and wife both de She and their children 1Dti5S63 Essie and Lizzie and Ed ward all at home survive Mr formenone 5 of his section being liberal and progressive in his views and prac tices He stood high in the re of his neighbors and his un timely decease is deeply lament ed by a multitude of friends His family have the warmest sympathy in their loss budlyt change HONAKERkSubscribe for THE OUTLOOK t a cf To ALL MEMBERS OF THE BUR LEY TOBACCO SOCIETY Your at tention is hereby urgently called to the fact that the bylaws of the Burley Tobacco Society pro vide that on the last Saturday Jin September of each year members of the Society shall meet at their respective voting places and shall elect one of their number a delegate to represent his precinct at an election to be held at the county seat on the i first Saturday in October of each year for the of electing a director of this Society The precinct delegate not only casts the vote of his constituents in the election of a member of the district board from his county but is also a member of the coun ty hoard of control in his county In order that the election shall express the will of the members of the Society let every member be at the regular precinct voting place at 2 p in on the last Sat urday in September Look yc out among you men of honest report full of wisdom whom ye may appoint over this business men of integrity hus iness ability and public spirit importantdutyThe future of the Burley Tobacco Society depends the character of the men elected on the county boards of control and on the district board at the ensuing election Remember the day the hour the place and the importance of electionIshould bo sent to the central of flee at Winchester as early as pos sible While the days are long and bright the grading can be done much more satisfactorily than when the weather is cold and the skies dark It is great ly to the interest of the farmers as well as to the interest of the Society that samples be sent as soon as they can be properly pre pared Done by order of the Execu tive Committee Chn92LFINE LECTURE Mrs Cora Wilson Stewart delivered one of her fine lectures on Wednesday evening during the Institute to a very appreciative audience her subject being That Child and His Parents Miss Partridge who came under the auspices of the State Fed oration of Womens Clubs ex plained to the Institute so plain ly and so fully the needs of organizing for School Improvement t Work that we expect soon that every teacher will have an active League in his or her district The County League is ready to assist and has several appointments made PICKETTMETCALFE Supt IMPROMPTU PIGEON SHOOT At daylight Monday morning town folks were startled by a se ries of gunshots and were apprehensive that some belligerent per sons were gunning for each oth er It turned out to be Wes Hon aker and Oscar Palmer making war on the flock of pigeons that have been roosting on the Court house tower and deranging the clock by perching on the hands Fifteen of the birds were killed giving the gunners sport and meat for the pot Miss MARY REYNOLDS DEATH Miss Mary Reynolds died at the home of her brother Stephen Reynolds on Jones Branch Sun day morning She was buried at the Warner graveyard Monday morning at 11 oclock Funeral Elethne presence of a large number of kindred and friends She was aged 62 years and had been a faithful member of the Christian Church for 48 years KILLED HEU HUSBANDDlrs Bessie Bramel Smoot shot an killed her husband Ed Smoot in Flemingsburgself making a flesh wound The had been separated for some time She and some man while walking together on the street recently were fired on by some one un known ARM BROKEN IN RUNAWAY Rev Ed Anderson and wife o Craigs were out driving Sunday A groundhog was seen along the road and Mr Anderson got out and killed it throwing by th side of the road The horse too fright at the animal and ran away throwing Mrs Anderson out and fracturing her left fore arm forgethe t Sept 19 Prices to suit all f41 EUGENE MINIHAM MANUFACTURER OF HighGrade HandMade Saddles and Harness They are the best made and the cheapest for they wear well and give satisfaction I handle all kinds of machinemade saddles and harness and can save you money AH mail orders given prompt attention I am ourz lor tlxe Teeot addles said 23ar3ccn EUGENE M9NIHAN OWINGSVILLE icy RACKET STORErEVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY ri I have just received an upto date line of mens womens and childrens shoes at prices less than they have been sold for year also a line of sample shoes that I will sell at wholesale cost New Club Shells box 40c Winchester Smokeless Shells box 55c Granite Water Pails 4Sc Granite Dish Pans 48c Granite Dippers lOc Granite Tea Kettles GSc Granite Coffee Pots 50 25c Granite Tea Kettles 20c Glass Dippers lOc 10qt Flaring Buckets 12c 12qt Dish Pans 12c 2nt Coffee Pots 10c Milk Strainers with handles lOe 1qt Cups 2c or 3 for 5c- iigal Cups 5c The Paid and Ol TO PETE OURSLER Piggott Clay Co Ark Aug 30 1908 I see in the an of Pates death and that he was buried among strang ors and in the Potters field I do not think he should be left without some stone to mark his grave I think his Ken tucky friends should make up enough money to put a stone to his grave I will give a dollar to start it See if you cannot get others to do much I am a native of never saw Pete until last De ember He visited me and work ed two months I liked him He said he must onto a tobacco country I have written to the Mayor of Weston Mo you do the same If you write the and they will help It would be a credit to his Ken tucky friends to erect this stone Yours GEORGE DL Pates old friends the rfd car Hers did not go out some came late that we could use only a few items of next is the last day to make bids on the Box SUPPER There will be a box supper at to be used in the School Im Work s invited v 25c 8qt Covered Buckets 20c s 6qt Covered Buckets 15c = 4qt Covered Buckets lOc 2qt Covered Buckets 8c 1qt Covered Buckets be Frying Pans lOc Utensils lOc Shoe Polish 10 8 5c Glass Table Sets 150 48c Glass Water Sets 75 69c Pins per paper 52c Matches 5c Lunch Boxes 10 Sc Shoe Nails 2csa Mens Work Gloves 150 98 49 25tf 13c r Teaspoons Be Brooms 35 25 2015c Hicrhest Cash Price For Poultry Eggs JaR MAXEY r to E W FOR ViRCINIA 4 9enTed LTi tips iv CannelS C 0cya V1lte Telephone to OLYi 1P1A TCEN TTJOKY MONUMENT Editor OUTLOOK Winchester Democrat account probably as Winchester get Suppose will Democrat SunSentinel Winchester brothdrespectfully JACKSON helpYOvERCROWDEDAs Monday correspondence so articlefRemember Saturday BrothkReynoldsville eveningSept provement Everybody Monkey Wrenches Fireproof Cooking 150 2tJ4cTablets Tablespoons Successor riefliri DAMAGE SUIT The Winches ter Democrat says C S RatlifE TelegraphCo7500 because a message that his brother had died in Louisiana was not promptly delivered at that end of the line CARD OF THANKS My most appreciative thanks are tendered the good people for their kindtness to my dear wife during her illness and their sympathetic words of comfort to me and my family on her decease J F CONYERS a AUTO ACCIDENT Walter Trh lett who acts as chauffeur start ed to get into Perry Floras auto mobile Sunday morning at Mark lands stable while the machine was running and his foot caught + in the chain running on the sprocket wheels mashing his foot and stopping the machine A hisfoot y PUBLIC SALEOn October 1 r 1908 we will offer for sale if not sold before that date the farm of 4 H T Cord deceased It is lo cated in Fleming county three miles east of Helena Station con venient to stores schools and churches There are 177i acres all under excellent state of culti vation all in grass except 18 acres now in corn and 30 acres aretwoessary outbuildingscribs stables canbeof equal acreage or sold as a whole Persons desiring parties ulars may apply to James C Cord on the farm or Wm H Cord Mt Sterling Ky JAMES C WM H CORD Executors of H T CORD s Flemmgsbtirg Ky rid No 3 I I t a b J FIRE DESTROYS RAWHIDE NEVI t THREE THOUSAND PEOPLE HOME t LESS AND A PROPERTY LOUS OF OVER 750000 i TWO COMMERciAL it TRAVELERS MISSING Many Acts of Heroism Reported All Grocery Stores and Supply Houses Wiped Out and a Famine II t Feared r Rcwhlde Neb Seat 5ThrM thou lfoandpeople homeless a score or more t and property loss of over I 750000 is tho result of a disastrous fire which started at 9 oclock Friday in the Rawhide Drug Cos tmorning Fanned by a gale the lire south and cast to Balloon and up Rawhide avenue to I 1aenue 50 yards ot the Peoples boa I Over a ton and a half of dynamite was used in demolishing buildings I which in a mcosuio stayed the flames4 r l progress The volunteer fire depart A ment of 500 miners worked heroically Ibuton account of the inflammable t struction of the buildings they conI t awept away like tinder At 11 oclock the business for Rawhide was a smoldering mass ol I the flames being finally checked of Balloon avenue the first buildings to go llouth hardware store which exI two tons of dynamite that with a terrific report hurling planks and boards a great dis Vtance setting lire to numerous build t lags Many people were slightly in I jured By flying debris but none is re I orted seriously hurt t P Many acts of heroism are reported 4 I L A famine was feared as all the supply wipedwf and in a few minutes over 5000 was Iraised and a relief train started from I 4 1Reno at 4 oclock carrying thousands works S prop 1 beddIngt1 10000 office done were well under way for a reconstruction of the town before the ashes were thoroughly coolsThe PressTlmes and Rustler news paper offices were saved although the machinery of tho news plant was de 4L stroyed The fire was brought under control after destroying the entire business section with the exception ol one grocery store which has so3d all vipe its provisions and unless food is rush 4 jiced here there will be much suffering Two commerctaJtravelers are re p rpprteo to losf their lives in the v burning of the Ross hotel but this has r oi o nJi tlpr r CATALOGUED WERE CRIMES r Ji s Of First Man Tried in Springfield Riot Cases Pleaded Guilty Springfield Sept DThe first participatedcwas Roy Young who Friday en1 o 5 fl red a plea of guilty to the charge of and riot Ho tconCessedtohavlng set fire to many negro homes Young swore that his J JUdgeCreightonUac reformatory A surprise was sprung when the at torney for Abe Raymer an alleged mob leader Indicted for murder in con nection with the lynching of Scott Bur ton and William Donegan entered a thepground that they are faulty George Richardson who was Indict ed for assault MrsI upon Hallam and who was later exonerated was Friday ordered released It was his arrest j following a false identification of him by Mrs Hallam that precipitated the- riot Killed In Vehicle Collision Springfield RL Sept 5Mr and Mrs Thomas D Vredenburgh society leaders were thrown from their con t veyance Friday night while driving She was trampled by the horse her bruisedahorse shattered the buggy of Henry J Lauer of Armstrong I I leaner paper hangers crushed his a It skull resulting in his death SI Great Labor Leader Dead ir Washington Sept 5Frank Pierce tinSover 16 years grand p 7muter of the Brotherhood of Locomo tive Firemen and one of the most forceful characters in that field of la questlolllfat apartments fit t in this city Friday He was 54 years IS old t of Leaped To Death Hot Springs Ark Sept 6A Sf 1 1Waters of Tampa Fla made a speC e 1 tacular jump to death from a third hoIWaters tore up a 4 handful of currency and threw it away ti Just a Joke ClarksvHle Tenn Sept 5 Clarence 1j Creek pitched a hay fork at his friend 4 r i James Miller striking him squarely In the face inflicting wounds which may committedf1 Sina spirit of playfulness i s 4 Texans Awful Deed f fl Hillsboro Tex Sept 5Doe Wat It son Friday shot Carl Horn and Mis a SoutGoit himself Both men are dead and t 1Miss Edral Is believed to be fatally wounded SoldlertThe war V department has decided to disinter the I l A Sjemalns of 107 bodies of soldiers in the 1 burial ground pf Ft Keogh some time jIP ago abandoned by the departmental tf tilnter the bodies at Ft CusterIi i f 10 t f 1i I t Itt J IJ tq JI t 60 rI r b otli fS d r eJ ffI t 1i i 11J s t t FISHINI WIDOW OF FIELD JR WEDS BECOMES BRIDE OF MALDWIN DRUMMOND AT LONDON Simple Ceremony Performed In Wst minster Registry Witnesseda by Few London England Mrs Marshall Field Jr of Chicago was mar ried at the Westminster registry office Thursday morning to Maldwln Drummond second son of the late Edgar Athellng Drummond and the Honorable Louisa TheodosIa Penning ton who was a daughter of the third Lord Muncaster The wedding which was extremely quiet was celebrated in The wedding was celebrated In the little registry office opposite Buck ingham palace Tho only persons present to witness the ceremony were the duke of Westminster who Is a great friend of Mr Drummond Craig W Wadsworth second secretary of the American embassy and Mrs Fields two sons The boys have been living In England with their mother ince the death of their father and they are to enter Eaton In the autumn Mrs Field had known Mr Drum mond for about ten years having met him during her frequent visits to England She renewed her acquaintance when she came here after her husbands death to practically take up her residence and educate her sons In an English school To the world at large Mrs Drum mond was chiefly known ui the guar dian and mother ot the grand c 1drc1hof11e toreceIve a for- tuneof more than 100000000 left by their grandfather AERONAUT DASHED TO DEATH Falls 500 Feet Before Great Crowd at Watervllle Me Watervllle Mein full view of 25 000 horrified spectators assembled on the Central Maine fair grounds here late Wednesday Charles Oliver Jones a wellknown aeronaut of Hammonds port N Y fell 600 feet to his death Among the witnesses of the frightful plunge were Mrs Jones and child and they were almost the first to reach the aide of the dying man The aero- naut died an hour and a half after the accidentJones had made an ascension in a dirigible balloon The gas bag leaked and sparks from the motor set the machine afire Spanish War Veterans Meet Bostonover 3000 veterans of the Spanish war are gathered in this city for the fifth annual encampment of the United Spanish War Veterans which opened Tuesday The Philippines were represented by a delegation that arrived by train from New York The chief event preliminary to the opening of the encampment was the banquet tendered by the state branch at the Quincy house Monday night to Walter S Hale of this city the com manderlnchlef Pays Off Immense Loan New YorkThe Trust Company of America of New York upon which a sensational run was precipitated dur- Ing the financial panic of 1907 has managed its business so successfully as to enable It to pay off a loan of 25000000 which it then effected Council of Women Meets Geneva The International Coun cil ot Women which was organ iced by American women at the Chi cago worlds fair In 1893 and whose membership totals about 7000000 representing all parts of the world held its opening session here Tuesday Merchant Stays His Brother Philadelphia Pa Following a struggle for the possession of a revolver Harry Splegle was shot and mortally wounded horn Thursday by his brother George H Splegle a well known lumber merchant Aaron 8 Watkins Notified Ada ODefore a large audience Thursday night Prof Aaron S Wat kins was officially notified of his nom ination as the candidate for vicepresi dent by the National Prohibition party Will Amalgamate Two Schools Lincoln NebAt the concluding session of the German Methodist Epls copal conference for western states It was voted to amalgamate the Ger man college at Mount Pleasant Ia and the theological seminary at War renton Mo The united schools will be located at Warrenton Mo James Stanwood Pierce Dead Tacoma Wash James Stanwood Pierce is dead at his home here ot apoplexy aged 78 years lIe was I cousin of President Franklin Pierce v r r 57 fCf o hf p i r JJ HORRIBLE MURDER IN BOSTON Man Kills His Actress Wife and Dis members the Corpse flstonIlic most brutal crime in Greater Boston since tho death of Susan Geary a chorus girl four years go was disclosed Thursday night by the dlscoverey of the torso of Mrs Honoruh Jordan an actress aged 23 years of Somerville in a trunk in a boarding house at 7 Hancock street on Beacon hill this city Later the head and tho bones of the limbs were found In the furnace of the Jordan home at Somervllle and the scalp hair anther I o grewsome remains were taken from the kitchen range of tho house Chester Jordan aged 29 years an actor of Somerville Is held by the police charged with the murder and ac- cordIng to the officers he made a complete confession of the crime According to Jordans confession he accidentally killed his wife Tuesday night In a quarrel at their homo and becoming desperate over what he had done took a butchers knife razor and shears and cut up the body and placed the torso in a trunk He then planned to take the steamer Harvard Wednesday night for New York and throw the parts of the body overboard The fact that the Harvard was laid off owing to an accident disarranged his plans and he was obliged to hire a hackman to take the trunk to a Bor- ont boarding house to await a more favorable opportunity The discovery of tho crime was due to the suspicions of the hackman who notified tho police BIG FIRE IN NEW ORLEANS Property Loss Is Between One and Two Million Dollars New Orleans Fire which broke out in the center of the commercial dir trict Sunday afternoon swept over por lions of three blocks destroying a large number of wholesale houses manufacturing plants nnd small stores Originating at Bienvllle and Chartres streets the flames worked their way north as far as Conti street and west towards Royal bringing about a loss of between one and two million dollars before they were finally subdued Several circumstances combined to give the fire a headway which proved hard to overcome At the time the alarm was turned in shortly before three oclock the New Orleans firemen were In the midst of their annual picnic at a suburban park and the engines and patrols responded with a mere handful of men It was fully an hour before the department was in a position to make anything like a sue cessful fight against the tIre and then the handicap against It was added to by an inadequate supply of water Ruined by Gifts to a Town Bowling Green O C S Strong proprietor of a private bank in Prairie Depot this county and benefactor of the town has made an signment Between SO000 and 9r 000 Is on deposit in the bank Accord- Ing to Strongs statement the assets amount to about 70000 The as signees gave bond in 150000 Strongs civic benefactions are said to have been the cause of his failure Will Head Farm Commission Ithaca N YDean Liberty Bailey ofAgriculturenounced Thursday that he had ac PresidentRoosevelt conditIonoftions for the betterment of rural life Cruisers and Tows Reach Honolulu Honolulu The cruisers of the Pa cHIc fleet commanded by Rear Ad miral Swinburne finished the first stage of the cruise undertaken to test torpedoboatWest Virginia the Maryland Pennsylvania and Tennessee docked at one theharboreluding the supply ship Solace anchored outside Tho arrival of the realdentsSeparate School Law Invalid GuthrIe OklaJudge A H Hus Tuesdaydeclaredhoma separate school law providing separate school boards and separate schools for negroes In the new state Fierce Tannery Fire at La Crosse La Crosse WisFire broke out In the big tannery of Davis Medary Platz located in the manufacturing district Tuesday afternoon and the entailIng 4t70 f t ticvrtl r rt 4 fi r i 4 t f Tj GOL NEVIUS CHOSEN NEWJERSEY MAN MADE CHIEF OF THE GRAND ARMY ONLY ONE BALLOT NEEDED inOtherman of Roxbury Mass NewIPresident of Womans Relief Corps Toledo OCol Henry M Ncvlus of lied Bank N J was elected com manderlnchlef of the Grand Army of tho Republic Thursday The election occurred on the first ballot which gave Mr Kevins 454 votes compared with 254 for former Gov Van Sant of Minnesota and for L T Dickasonb of Illinois On motion of Minnesota executive the nomination of unanimous tho New Jersey man was maded Other officers were chosen as follows Senior vlcocoinniunder J Kent Hamilton of Ohio junior vicecoin mandcr C C Royce of California chaplalnlnchlef J F Spence of Ten nessee iu clmief G Lane Tan direlmiliCol Ncvius a native of New Jersey was studying law with the late Bus sell A Alger of Michigan when the war broke out and enlisted from the state with the Lincoln cavalry lie rose to a commission with the SeventhS Michigan and the York cavalry regiments and lost an arm in front of Fort Stevens when the union army was engaged with Gen EarlyThe Womans Relief Corps elected Mrs W L Glllmau of Roxbury Mass presidentMarch of the VeteranstToledo OFor an hour or more Wednesday time great parade of the Grand Army of the Republic with its attendant throngs served merely as the background of as dramatic an incident as has enlivened a political campaign in some years namely the public meeting of William H Tart and his erstwhile rival Senator Joseph Benson Foraker The Republican leader and his an tagonist politically of the preconven tion canvass met In the official review ing stand shook hands smiled and exchanged greetings while from thou sands of throats came cheer after cheer as the significance of the inci dent dawned upon tho beholders Mr Taft bronzed from much gel and some fishing in Middle Bass Island ignorant of the Impending meeting arrived from the island on Commodore Richardsons power boat Jassaminc at 1030 oclock In the morning Ills progress along the streets In an automobile accompanied by Gen CorbIn President Lewis of the Middle Bass Fishing club and Mayor Whltlock was a continued ova tion The thousands in the reviewing stand stood when le entered and for s5atThen v the two shook hands cordially and chattedtogetherParade Great Success The parade was remarkable for the absence of accidents and cases of ex haustion and for the good order which prevailed not only among the dense crowds along the line of march but throughout the city Mayor Whltlock stated that despite the crowd of 100 000 visitors there had been fewer ace dents fewer misdemeanors and less work for the police generally than on any average day of the year Aside from a veteran who was slightly bruised by being hit by an ambulance there were no accidents and not more than a dozen visited the hospital aa the result of fatigue Estimates of the number of veterans In line varied from 8000 to three times that number but it is doubtful If there were more than 12000 The various posts marched with half a block between them and the departments were even further apart There was a good ten feet separating each row of marchers and It was this liberality of space which made it require four hours to pass the reviewing stand Fully half tho veterans wore the badges of either Michigan or Ohio Giant Trees Are Saved Sonora CatThe forest fire which threatened the famous big tree grove in this county has been brought under control and the great trees are safe Considerable damage has been done to the big trees but it Is not thought many of them will die from the scorching especially if the fall rains begin early Several of the dead giants of the forest have been badly burned Wealthy Woman Kills Herself San FrnnclscoMlss Helen Cullen a young woman of wealth who had been III for some time swallowed the contents of a bottle of Iodine and leaped from a thirdstory window at the Waldemar apartmens to the courtyard below She died a few hours later Champion Pauper Dies Utica N YThe champion pauper is dead after being a public charge for 85 years Hezekiah Monk was born In the Hcrklmer county poorhouse spent all his days there and lIed in that institution Thursday Reform Leader Is Fined Kansas City MoC W Trickett leader of a recent reform campaign to prevent the Illegal selling of liquor In Kansas was fined 500 in tho city court at Kansas City Knit Thursday for accepting an Illegal fee Publisher Kills Himself Lewlstown PaJames S Stack pole Republican candidate for director of the poor and a member of tho firm of Stackpole Brothers publishers of the Lewlstown Gazette while mentally unbalanced committed suicide near UifBIntowu by shooting Plttsburg Exposition Opens Plttsburg PaThe twentieth annual season of the Plttsburg expos j Uon the only industrial exhibit of Its kind In the United States opened her Wednesday night t J7 rt rif 1f j i 4 a f7J l t ATHLETES MEET PRESIDENT OLYMPIAN VICTORS RECEIVED AT SAGAMORE HILL Each Is Warmly PraisedMr Roose velt Tells How Proud He Is of Their Achievements Oyster Hay NYWith a Rim from tho local yacht club booming a rous OlmplcteamLondon steamed Into the waters of Oyster bay Monday for their visit to resident Iloosovclt When they left their boat and reached tIre top of Sagamore Hill Mr Roosevelt was on iris veranda where he had been scanning them eagerly for several minutes as they approached two abreast whistling A Hot Time In the Old Town Tonight James E Sullivan the American commissioner was first to be received t loerne of his charges In turn The presi ent grasped each one by the hand a n bminglelJohn Hayes tho Marathon hero had tho distinction of being the first to be liayou the presi vigorousIlDndshake You won a great race and I am glad of- ti Tewanlna the Indian who came In JleasedthoI am glad Indeed he said to him that a real original American Indiant representedheshowing that you made So It was with each and every one of the team that had made the trip and when the last man had been grasped bythopassed Into the diningroom and partaken of refreshments Mr Roosevelt followed In and then had to listen to twineSome one proposed three cheers for the greatest president the United States ever had Theodore Uoosovelt and everybody responded Mr Roose Tell then addressed the athletes briefly COWARDLY OFFICERS SCORED Final Report of Springfield Grand Jury on the Race Riots Springfield n1Tho special grand jury called to probe the recent race afterrmakes a total of 117 during the ses slon Among the Indictments returned Thursday were those against four Springfield policemen Oscar Dahlkamp Joseph Ferendez George H Ohlninn and George W Dawson They are indicted for alleged failure to suppress the riot when detailed for that duty Sheriff Warner Chief of Police WIl- bur Morris Capt Charles Walsh of troop D 3Prtn 1fleldandLotherom jeers are com IfiP jury The report condemns alleged cowards among the officials Springfield At two oclock Tuesday afternoon Mrs Earl Hal lam signed a statement that George Richardson is not the negro who as saulted her on the night of August 14 A warrant Is reported to have been sworn out for the arrest of another negro named Ralph Duston who may be Implicated in the assault It was the alleged assault charged against Richardson and his arrest and removal to Bloomington that pre clpltated the recent bloody race riot SLOOP UPSETS SEVEN DROWN Disaster Overtakes Sailing Party ir Penobscot Bay Deer Isle Me Seven summer vIs- Itors out of a party of ten drowned by the capsizing of a 35foot sloop in Pcnobscot bay Tuesday The drowned are Miss Alice Torro Washington Miss Eleanor Torro Washington Miss Kellogg Baltimore Lutlo Kellogg Baltimore Mrs Lucy S Crawley Philadelphia Miss Eliza beth G Evans Mount Holyoke seintn ary Mass Jason C Hutchins Ban gor Me The saved Capt Haskell Deer Isle Prof Edwin S Crawley University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia husband of Mrs Crawley Henry B Evans Mount Holyoke brother of Miss Eliza beth Evans New Comet It Discovered Lake Geneva WIs Director Edv B Frost of the Yerkes observatory Wednesday night announced the die covery of a new comet through photographic observations made by Prof D W MoorehousE of Drake university of Des MoInes The presence of the comet was revealed upon develop men of three photographic plates ex posed in three cameras It is clearly defined and has a tall several do grees long and was found In the con stellatlon Cameleopardus remaining above the horizon throughout the night Moral Crusader Is Arrested New York Edgar A Whitney a former agent for the Parkhuret society who was Identified with many crusades against police corruption here was arrested Thursday on two charges of grand larceny Big Sums for Charity and Art Owego N YMora than 4000000 is left to charitable Institutions the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Yale university by the will of Frederick Cooper Hewitt who died at his homo here last Sunday Shortage of 70000 Discovered Corwlth laThe 380 claims against the Corwlth bank have been passed upon by Judge Clark and attorneys representing creditors Cashier Stand rings books are said to show irrtigu laritles amounting tc about 70000 Stand ring is missing Lumber Burned in Clevefand Cleveland 0 Fire Wednesday afternoon destroyed lumber valued at 109000 In the yards of the Sag- Inaw Bay Lumber company The flames swept over two acre q rrr O i J Iii 1i i4rE 1 t I 1Wlf1 J T 4J ri u11JL 1- ROUND THE CAPITAL 1iInformation and Gossip Picked Up HerIand There In Woshln ono 4ir ILi JXSi1Gen Rucker Beats Mortality Table W ASHINOTON The person who v reaches the age of 95 has lived ng enough He has no technical ght to go on living anyway Of course they usually do Just as lots of people refuse to be Oslerized at ut they do it at their own risk so speak and In defiance of a for midable array of mortality statistics bylifewhen they looked up the technical demise of Brig Gen D II Rucker PhilipHthe hoary age of 96 and being still hale was surprised by being Informed by the life Insurance concern which had been carrying him on Its books readytostartllnlInnovationexperts could not recall any previous case of such action at 96 or any other age But when they looked up their trIgonometrytheytion was not only justifiable but logicalThese tables showed conclusively hat out of 100000 individuals at the promising age of ten just three may expect to round out 95 full cycles Those three in turn have no right at of H THE wife of the Republican candi for the presidency has many valuable possessions gifts from the mighty ones of earth kings emperors lad princes but her most cherished reasure is a round mahogany table black with age and showing daily use This table is used by the Taft fam tty whenever their household goods are set up and has been ever since Mrs Taft attained the dignity of the married state It was the table on which tho wedding breakfast of Wil lIam Howard Taft and Helen Ilerron was served some odd years ago Judge Herron and Mrs Herron parents of Mrs Taft were lovers of ild mahogany and they bad many 111 ITH simple funeral rites and ac years a single of the German embassy the body of Baron Alexander de PuryHerve an alddecamp to was rest In a little cemetery here the other day Two lilies and a single red rose of Bismarck he was numbered with the pride tthe German army that participated in the war He married a princess of royal blood but be erred once it is said and rather than have the finger of scorn pointed at him by his comrades he quit the army and came to America That was 28 years ago His princess wife divorced him In New York he married an actress with whom he fell in love The fam ily pride of the De Is great and he was disinherited and his allowance of 300 a week cut off When he was disinherited he turned to journalism working on the New A LTHOUGH only a short time b- aIt elapsed since President Roosevelt appointed the national conservation commission the work of taking stock of the nations resources has been begun It will be carried on vigorously to enable the commission to make its report to the president by Janu try 1 1909 A large amount of the material on waters lands and minerals Is available In the executive department the heads of which have offered their cooperation In the task the commission has undertaken Other Important data will be collated through special chan nels Includlrg state conservation com missions noV being formed and sev eral of the rational represented at the White Houso conference By early fill the commission expect to have sufficient material to begin the study of the inventory of the countrys resources and by the middle of October it hopes to have the greater part of this material in hand so that the lull coil Mission which will hold Its first meeting December 1 may take i at once the study of data which the l i that age to expect that Father will dole out to them an more than six months apiece than that would be overdraft for oring which the guardian of the glass and the scythe should be directly responsible According to these same mortality tables life i i seen to be a thing of uncer tainties They prove unquestionably that the longer you live tho olderVyou are likely to be before you That is to say while the expectation of life decreases as tho ago advances It does not fall away nearly so fast as ti that advance 4 The youngster of ten can count on living to be nearly 59 but when ho has reached the manly age of 21 hisYchances are better He can now count on rounding 62 At 48 rotund and jolly his chances are the best for living out the allotted span of three score years and ten But that U not the end of his hopes by any means When be gets to be his expectation Increases to 75 edging away just like that elusive pot of geld at the end of the rainbow But at 75 the chances of life still give 1 him six more years At 80 hits chances are of the best for seeing 84 but It on the gambling chance that is his be marches on to 90 there Is ami a year and a half to his account In the na tional bank of life flit at 95 you come to the end of theVmortality tables The account has iVdwindled to six months and If you 4 are obstinate enough to go right on IV living the statistician simply dont know what to do with you unless ha pays the claim calling you dead1 and thus keeping the tables correct Bridal Table Mrs William Taft representative hisjFrancoPrussian organizations TimeI dieV beautiful pieces In their Cincinnati home After the wedding Mrs HerVron believed that the young couple would appreciate having for theirVdinner table the same board on which they had partaken breakfast on the bridal day So it was sent to their modest home In Clifton Cincinnati and it was set for the first meal after Mr Taft brought his bride home fromkV the wedding journey end ever since it has been the medium of the family fare as well as its most elaborate boa I pitality Mrs Taft took the table to the Phil ippines and again it came back to Washington Just now It Is carefully swathed in soft cottoa wrap r plnga and stored In thq commodlcu attic of the assistant secretary of war J Mr Oliver awaiting its re r But whether its next appearsncaH in the White House or In the prlv1i home of William Howard Taft It wur1 IV 4 be the dining table of the family aV F Mrs Taft expresses It while the clanttholds together Red Rose on Coffin of Bismarcks Friend i faithfulI thet Purys urrecti York Staats Zeltung and other papers Then his actress wife died leaving him with three children He moved Pjto Winona Minn where he took charge of the Herald After a few years he married again He came to Washington and went to work In the storeroom of the governIment printing office The hoary work of lifting documents was too ranch for i the old man and he suffered a severeIstrain which made an nec essary All his life the old soldier wore a rose of red but he never told why un til a few days before his death The story of the red rose was woven 4 around the figure of Bismarck whom be loved 4a fhadsun was setting on a field 6f carnage jand Bismarck with bowed head turned and rode away his aids around himThe figure of a young officer in the full pride of manhood lying white faced on the field caught the eye ot the prime minister Without a word he dismounted picked a red rose from a bush near by and placed It over the young officers heart And as he placed It there a tear fell from his eye So when the old baron died un honored unknown they placed a red rose on his breast for they knew his secret at last Commission Getting Data on Resources iT i summers work has brought together JOne week later the commisslonwiil f hold a joint meeting in Washington 0 with the governors of the states or their representatives with the viewSof closer cooperation with the commissions stateI e t F Dolls In Church ColleCtionf l A s rvlco for children was held In JSt Anns church Nottingham Eng land and the vicar appealed for gifts which might be distributed to the sick and afflicted The collection taken st j the close of the service included 215 eggs 253 bananas 40 pots of jam or marmalade 3 dolls 7 parcels of sweets 24 bags of biscuits 1 cake t packets of tea 6 bottles of raspberry vinegar 19 toys or books 1 packet of rice 2 packet of cocoa 14 baskets Y and 8 tins ol fruit besides quantities of flowers i Distributing MIllionsSIt Is estimated that 20000000 Amer icans change their residence tor aVweek or more every year during the vacation season and that In makingSthe change they spend in railroad fare board recreative amusements and in iI cidentals something more an300 000000 The vacation habit has grown 74 up during the last 40 years In great t r measure since the centennial exposiStion of 1876 No other country ap preaches our own In Its summer phe nomenaNew York MallS 4 J k L544mh 0fiSS 4 wtuiflBY WH12Yxr wzzcvzr 1ip fltWlt flftflf flJr fljtr flJJ SYNOPSIS j GUts Dudley arrived In San Francisco d 10 join his friend and distant relativefa Henry Wilton whom ho was a In an Important and mysterious task 4cz and who accompanied Dudley on theaa j fe boat trip Into the city The markable resemblance of the two men if noted anti commented on by passen 1 gers on the ferry They see a man with a i snake eye which sends a thrill through S Dudley Wilton postpones an explanation of the strange errand Dudley Is to perIIp I form but occurrences cause him a know It Is one of no ordinary meaning Wilton leaves Giles In their mom withIo Instruction to await his returna has he gone than Giles Is startled by a I cry of Help Dudley Is summoned to 4 the morgue and there finds the dead a J body of his frleiid Henry Wilton And I f oi Lthus Wilton dies without ever explainingb I the puzzling work perform In San Francisco In order to discover the secret mission his friend hadtJentrusted to him Dudley continuesI disguise and permits himself to ha known j as Henry Wilton Dudley mistaken tort i Is employed by Knapp to In a stock brokerage deal Giles Dudley finds himself closeted In a room with Mother Horton who makes a eonfldantlof him lie can learn nothing b t mysterious boy further than that It Is t t Tim Tenth and Darby Meeker whoNarehlI after him lie Is told thats Is a traitor playing both hands In the game Dudley gets his first knowledge ofbS ji Decker who Is Knapps enemy on Board Dudley visits the home of Knapp II and Is stricken by the beauty of daughter lie learns the note was a I Ho U provided with four iroardsd 1hi Barkhouse Fttzhugh and learns there la to be no trouble about a as all expenses will be paid the l hire of the guards being by onela I Richmond The body of Henry I Si Is committed to tho vault Dudley re S spends to a note and vlslui Mother Bor I ton In company with Policeman Corson 4 q Giles Dudley again visits the Knapp Ihome Ho Is fascinated Luella and a by Mrs Dowser Slumming tour through Chinatown Is planned I I CHAPTER XVIcontlnued Id trust ye she said Well there was a gang across the street tonight S r across from my place I mean and I that sneaking Tom Terrlll and Darby Meeker and I reckon all the rest of I a em was there Anfl they was run ala back and forth to my place and Ib adrinkln a good deal and the more they drinks the louder they talks And I hears Darby Meeker say to one Afeller Well gtt him sure and I listens with all my cars though pre ertendtn to see nothln Well fix It this time he said the Old Uns got his thlnkln cap on And I takes In every it word and by one thing and another o I picks up that theres new schemes afoot to trap ye They was asayln as It might be an Idee to take ye as you come out of Knapps tonight How did they know I was at KnappsT I asked somewhat surprised though I had little reason to be When I remembered the number of 1 I f iiIeswhoralght have watched me f WhJV Dicky Nahl told em said i MterflortoL He was with the gang sd aing4 It out as pretty as you e L pLeas This gave me something new to think about but I said nothing Well she conUnued they says 4 k at last that wont do fer Itll git em into trouble and I reckon theyre argy tying over their schemes ylt But one thing I finds out Mother Barton stopped and looked at me anxiously wen I said impatiently whata wasltrI Theyre asayin as how If youre killed the one as you knows onll haveI to glt someone else to look after the L boy and mebb hO Wont be so smart about loolln them t t tThats an excellent Idea said I I If they only knew that I was the oth nerlellow they could see at once what p a scheme they had hit upon 4 J Maybe they aint agoln to do It V1 said Mother Barton Theres a heap a p 0 things ud over the liquor thatt dontIEitno further but youU be a 1 1 Sf you dont look out Now do as I telI yon You just keep more men around t tnyou Keep eyes In the back of your a and If you see theres agoin to e Xb trouble jest you shoot first and ax about It afterward The I 4 talked of getting you down on th pwaterfront or up In Chinatown with I Jsome bogus message and said how 1r easy it would be to dispose of yon I i i without leaving clues behind em tf Now dont you sleep here without three or four men on guard and don S jIi you stir round nights with less than lour Send Porter out to git two more a f men and tell him to look sharp an t see if the coasts clear outside treck Ill slide out if no ones look 5 In se 4 Ive got some men on the flex 4 oorpI said I thought it would be l if just as well to have a few around In a Ii ft tjI case of emergencies Ill have two o t themautand send Porter to recon t4molterc 1 f Who told you to gtt your men to I I1 gether t orL itAlittle idea of my own J Uve got some sense after all r t The reinforcements were soon ready I to take orders and Porter returned to f Ift c bring word that no suspicious person Jf iwas in sight in the street t Dld4l0 e r Jj me jest yit but if theres ntf one t r to fee me Im all rightI lJt I pressed Mother Borton to take i two of my men as escort but she I Jit sturdily refused 4 Theyd know something was up If ft r1 I was togo around that way and Id 4 l6f be a bloody ghost as soon as they could ketch me alone she salt 1eir I Wen good nightcr is It mornin t bf Aad do take keer of yourself dearie 1 t ti j And so saying Mother Borton muMed berseif UPUIllt was bard to te tT A 1fJ r I wketker she was man or woman an d trudged away tf y Whaeyer designs Were brewing In i UM lightmeeting of the conspirators S ld Jll they did not appear to concern my Im t f 14 j 1IUatepeace ot body The two fol b hyiJFf 1e w re sfentln quiet In if i 14 r i QtteofWfLrDI8Ja1 to believe 1 tkat BO mew plan of action had been i l determined OB and I bent my steps to i ncr1T the offlce that had been furnished by r arj4 Doddridge Knapp I hardly expected f temeet the Klag of the Street He t r JG had I supposed returned to the city It tf optf r j 1 t 1 t 1 1rrl 1 t ift cV l jiti 1 f t ttit 1 M + 0 a Trif f H l 1 4 P j t4 frj 1It i c ii JOILIDI1ID Zi57 BQlB5mz1RLC carxrxtfy LWurflflrwL but he bad set Wednesday as the day for resuming operations In the market and I did not think that he would be- ound hero on Monday Tho room was cold and cheerless nd the dingy books In lawcalf appeared to gaze at me In mute protests I looked about me The doors that separated me from Doddridge Knapps room were shut nd locked What was behind them I wondered Was there anything In Doddridge Knupps room that bore on the mystery of the hidden boy or would give tho clue to the murder of- leary Wilton If vengeance was toe mine If Doddridge Knapp was to ay the penalty of the gallows for the eath of Henry Wilton it must be by the evidence that I should wrest from im and his tools I had just secured the key that would fit the first door had taken the impression of tho and had it made without definite purpose but now I was ready to act With a sinking heart but a clear ead I put the key cautiously to the ock and gently turned It The key fitted perfectly and the bolt flew backs it made the circle I opened tho oor Into the middle room The sec and door as I expected was closed Would the same key fit the second or must I wait to have another made I advanced to the second door J2EQRENP ASRED and was about to try the key when a sound from behind It turned my blood to water Beyond that door from the room I had supposed to be empty I heard a groanI as If petrified and In the broad daylight that streamed in at the window with the noise and rush of Clay street ringing In my ears I felt my hair rise as though I had come on a ghost I listened a minute or nothingitto myself it was a trick of the Imagination I raised my hand once more to the lock when the sound broke again louder unmistakable It was the voice of one in distress of body or mind- I I listened with all my ears Then there came through the door the low stern tones of a mans voice speak threateningIThen the groan burst forth again andted yet strangely the voice was the same There was one man not two It Ifwas selfaccusation selfexcuse and the sobs seemed to come In answer to selfreproachesThen was Bound as of a man praying and the prayer was broken by sobs and again I thought there were two men And then there a noise of a man moving about an a long smothered groan as of one In agony of spirit Fearful that the door might bo flung open In my face I tip toed back to my room and silently turned the key as thoroughly mysti fled aa ever I had been in the strange events that had crowded m life since I bad entered the clfy CHAPTER XVII In a Foreign Land The groans and prayers It ther con tinned could be heard no longer through the double doors and I myself by the desk and took accocm of the events that had brought me to my present position Where did I stand What had I ac complished What had I learned How was I to reach the end for which I struggled and bring justice to liii slayer of my murdered friend As passed In review the occurrences that had crowded the few weeks since my arrival I was compelled to that I knew little more of the mrs teries that surrounded me than on tb night i arrived I knew that I wa tossed between two opposing forces I knew that a mysterious boy was sup posed to be under my protection an that to gain and keep possession of 1 1tV ii ss him my bite was sought and defended I knew that Doildrldgo Knntip hull caused tho murder of Henry Wilton anti yet for some unfathomable reason gave me his confidence and employ meat under tho belief that I was lien ry Wilton Hut hail been able to get no hint of who the boy might be or where lie was concealed or who was the hidden woman who employed me to protect him or why lie wait sought by Doddrldgo Knapp How long I sat by tho desk waiting thinking planning I knew not One scheme of action after another I had considered and rejected when a sound broke on my listening ears I started up In feverish anxiety It was from the room beyond and I stole toward tho door to learn what It might mean horning with Impatience I thrust aside the fears o tho ovll that might follow hasty nctlab I had drawn the key and raised It to tho slot when I heard a step in the nilddlo room I bad but time to retreat to my desk when a key was fisted In the lock tho door was flung opvn and Doddrldgo Knapp stepped calmly Into the room Ah Wilton eaW the King of tho Street affably I was wondering If I should find you here There was no trace of surprise or agitation In the face before me If this was the man whose prayers and groans and sobs had come to me through the locked door If ho had wrestled with his conscience or even had been the accusing conscience of another his face was a mask that showed no trace of the agony of thoughts that might contort the spirit beneath It I was attending to a little work of my own I answered after greeting If I felt much like a disconcerted pick pocket I was careful to conceal the cir cumstance and spoke with easy Indif ference You have come back before I expected you I continued care lesslyYes said the King of the Street Z25 THE with equal carelessness Some fami ly affairs called me home sooner than I had thought to come Mrs Knapp Is not ill I trust I venturedOh Nor Miss Knapp Oh all are well at the house but sometimes you know womenfolks ge nervous Was it possible that Mrs Knapp had sent for her husband What other meaning could I put on these words But before I could pursue m investigations further along this line the wolf came to the surface and hi growLIto you t needLyou WOMAN WHO IS APPRECIATED She of Sunny Cheerful Temperament Always Popular The woman who Is appreciated is moneIr fulness and sympathy The world byes the one who can find a redeem Ing quality even In the greatest of sinners ono who forbears to strike a defenseless soul The sunny hope Everyrry pleasant word and a bright smile She Is the woman whd Is always con siderate of the rights of others an never attempts to monopolize the con versatlon or to make herself the cen ter of attraction She realizes that thoughtand luxury obtainable her home maybe absolutely cheerless because c loves absence She knows that then Is no woman living who deep down In her heart does rot appreciate being byIIn the World of Letters sIm glad that spelling reform craze abas subsided said the proofreader sI must confess It had me worried We got off easy answered the copy- holder suppose there had been a de- l cree ordering us to take up Volapuk or Esperanto Il h i L Ifb t tff 4 i FS 4 f Does the campaign fcos nr1 I askedHthe Wolf with another growl Ill keep my plans till Im ready to use thorn Certainly I retorted nut maybeH you would feel a little know that Rosenhelni nud llushford have gathered In about a thousand tibharesflvo days Doddrldga Knapp gav nui a keen glancehhundred shares ho said Nomost of them ran from ten to fifty shares Well ho continued looking fixedly i nt me you know something about Iloscnhelm If It wont Interfere with yourIplans I suggested apologetically The Wolf drew back lila lips over his fangs and then turned the snarl into a smile Go on ho said waving amends for tho snub ho had administered Wen I dont know much about Ilosenhelm but I caught him talking DeckerWere stocks transferred to DeckerNo they stand to Rosenhelm trusteeWell Wilton theyve stolen a march on us but I reckon well give em a surprise before theyre quite awakeAnd I continued coolly Deckers working up a deal In Crown Diamond and toying a little with Confidence you gave me a week to find out you may remember Very good Wilton said the King of the Street with grudging approval Well sell old Decker quite a piece of Crown Diamond before ho gets through And now Is there anything more In your packet Its empty I confessed Well you may go then Doddridge Knapp followed me to the door and stood on the threshold as I walked down the hall There was no chance for spying or listening at keyholes If I were so Inclined and it was not until I had reached the bottom stair that I thought I heard the sound of a closing door behind meAs I stood at the entrance almost oblivious of the throng that was nun rying up and down Clay street Porter joined me Did you see him he asked Him Who Why Tom Terrlll sneaked down those stairs a little bit ago and I thought you might have found him up thereCould It be possible that this man had been with Doddridge Knapp and that It was his voice I had heard This in turn seemed Improbable hard ly Is now whispered Porter I turned my eyes in the direction he Indicated and a shock ran through me for my eye had met the eye of a serpent Yes there again was the cruel keen face and the glittering re pulsive eye filled with malice and hatred that I had beheld with loath- Ing nnd dread wbenevef It had come In my path an ev11 glauce Ter rlll turned and made oft la the crowd Follow that man Walnwrlght said I to the second guard who was close at hand Watch him tonight and report to me tomorrow I wondered what could be the mean lug of Tcrrills visit to the building Was It to see Doddridge Knapp and get his orders Or was it to follow up some new plan to wrest from me the secret I was supposed to hold But there was no answer to these questions and I turned toward my room to prepare for the excursion that had been set for the evening- It was with hope and fear that I took my way to the Pine Street palace It was my fear that was realized Mrs Bowser fell to my lot while Lu ella joined Mr Carter and Mrs Carter with Mr Horton followed Corson was waiting for us at the City Hall I had arranged with the policeman that he should act as our guide and had given him Porter and Barkhouse as assistants In case ant should be needed- A fine night for It sor said Cor son in greeting Theres a little cole bratlon goin on among the haytheni tonight so youll see em at theli best shrubbefIWashBeye t line of gaycolored lanterns swaylnl In the light wind and casting a mellow glow on buildings and walks TO BE CONTINUED Compensation When Wilson Hobart married Hetty Lewis there were many people whd predicted domestic troubles even tragedies but they wore mistaken says the Youths Companion TheHo harts were to all appearances an un usually happy couple I reckon Hett must have learned to keep her tem per better than she wed to remarked one person to whom this state of affairs was inexplicaBlel You dont look a bit older than the day you were married Wilson I dont know as she has said Mr Hobart with a slow smile I tell tier I guess sheI got enough on hand to last her shed neednt save any to accommodate me And I can tell you he added with enthusiasm It would take more than any temper ever I saw to sour Hettys bread or her cream pies A Family Puzzle IfAtkinsonThe family seems to bee somewhat mixed HughesYes it is the woman is the mans third wife and the man Is the womans second husband the baby Is the child of the womans second husband by his third wife tho twins are children of the man by his first wife the girl with red hair Is the womans child by her first husband the boy with the short trousers is the son of the man by hit second wife and that little girl stand Ing over there by the womans second husband Is another of tho woman I children by her first husband Life t t Ur n1II1 or j4 t 3zat f rt Ci EGAN LIFE WORK EARLY arriet Homer a Sculptor Even In Her Childhood Days An old school friend of the late arriet 1fJr tilt sculptress has recently related sonio Interesting an pcdotes of her ehlldhood Her first todel cig It appears camo about through a bluebLrrylnj vxpeclonF llatlle all slit was ad gone to the berry pasture wither foster brother Alfred They had tramped farther than usual whim nil of a sudden hattie stumbled ujiou a big clay bank It was Just at If shed been looking fort alt her life Out went all tho her ries from her nearly full pall and Into he pall went big double handfuls ol liet soft clay Then she fairly rushed home sat down on tIll hack doorstep and there modeled her first figure u representa h tion of the little shaggy yellow dog who was at that time her chlefcrst treasure After that she never forgot the clay hank Why when she was at boarding school with the rest of us she made casts of all our hands mid they were beautiful She dill one of Mrs Sedg wicks know she was our head ails IrtHsanell remember that Mrs Sedg wick said it was truly exquisite anti wound it all over with the soft smooth silver paper she used for her finest lacesIn a day when the athletic outdoor girl was yet unknown Harriet bIos mer against all convention at the Im perative call of a free nature rode swam paddled hunted fished climbed tramped and studied natureto the horror anti dismay of the excellent housewives of her town You should have seen her collections said her old friend She had bugs and beetles squirrels rabbits and birds and even an old fat wood chuck that she had shot and wounded herself We girls could never see how she could do Itthe things are tioSO smellyand unpleasant Even when her study of her art had taken her to Rome among fellow artists and great folk who praised her and made much of her she yet kept one relic of these happy days oddly tucked In amid the clay and tools and glistening marbles of her studio U was an old dilapidated crows nest the prize of a daring climb reduced to decorous service as a darning bas ket Youths Companion Right and LeftHandenes Dr H C Stevens of Seattle reports recent experiments which show that objects seen by Indirect vision ordi narily appear larger In the right half of the field of vision than in the left With a smaller number of persons this Is reversed From these facts he deduces a possible origin of right and lefthandedness Righthandedness or its reverse develops at about the age of seven months Dr Stevens suggest that they may be due to the phenomena of vision just described By a refiQx effect the Infant reaches after the objects best seen with the arm nearest to them Profusion of Picture Fifteen thousand pictures are now on exhibition In the two great salont In Paris These represent about three acres of canvas The total length ol the pictures without their frames would be nearly ten miles Reckoning one minute to look at every picture and without taking any rest by da j or night It would take ten days and ten hours to see every picture in the two salons New Yorks Large Import Trade Records of the treasury department show that the port of New York dur ing the fiscal year 1Q0708 has a larger balance of trade in its favor than ever before For the entire United States the balance Is 666457103 which ex ceeds by 2000000 the largest year before which was 190001 Not a Wiser Generation DIIII see the Hatmnker says that heads are Increasing In size Jill Getting fatter thats all Yonkers Statesman A Thriller Slow Walter Have I ever been In the country sir No sir Why do you ask Tired CustomerI was jus thinking how thrilling youd find It tc sit on the fence and watch the tor tolses whiz by PlckMeUp Often the Case Dont think because a man looks embarrassed when with a young lad y nerveII MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Sept 4 CATTLE Extra 00 CALVES Extra 7 25 7 50 HOGSChoice 7 00 7 05 SHEEPExtra 3 75 3 85 LAMBS Spring 2 G25 FLOUIl Spring pat 5 85 10 WHEAT No 2 red 09 tij 1 00 CORN No 2 mixed 82 g S2S 53rHAY Ch timothy 12 00 12 50 BUTTER Dairy tj 15 i4 EGGS Per cloz 20 slj 22 AIPLES Cbolco S 00 3 SO POTATOES Per bu 85 90 TOBACCO Burley 10 75 rE22 50 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 98 CORN No 2 mixed 79V4 OATSNo 2 mixed 498 PORK Prime mess t1J14 67 s JAItDPrinie 9 65 NEW TOK- KKIOUR Win patent 55 5 75 WHEAT No 2 red 1 05 Uj 1 06 iiSjYaOATSNoPORK Prime mess 17 00 17 50 LARD Steam 1000 10 10 BALTIMORE WHEAT No 2 red 97 CORNNo 2 mixed 83 OATSNo 2 mixed 53 1ttnsviuK WHEAT No 2 red tl 93 CORNNo2 mixed 4 82 ii2YanAYChHOGSExtra 6 60 6 95 IARD Steam 8 00 IXDlAHAPOUS SOTiOGSExtraSHEEP Extra 2 50 5 00 i itJ 7 lrn iiTi 1F rl s l to o t r tbL47- I 0 te Ji if i ijKentucky iir r 1 GleanIngsI k Most Important News Gathered From All PartsI I1f of the State ti j r MINISTER IS DENOUNCED or Attempting to Shield Alleged Bank WreckersiOwonshoro KyT S Anderson the Hsed president of tho Davless County Hank and Trust Co must stand trial tOil tIIolhllulln at statement of the condition of tire bank and receiving deposits when ho knew the batik to IIP insolvent- sThis wns the decision of Judge DIrk head at the conclusion of the testi ioiiy and arguments which have con tinned the past two claysIThe eases against Anderson were set do for rext Thursday Commonwealths a Attorney Ring In his argunient scored tIlt pastor of one of the Owens bow churches for testifying that AnI derscin could not get a fair anti Inipar Hal trial tie said that when minis lew dabbled in statecraft their efforts were sure to fail lie denounced thl H minister for attempting to shield the alleged hank wrcekrsiARMED WITH A SABERfr Kentuckian ProclaImed Himself Roosevelt Warden of the Stars Louisville KyAnnouncing that heI was Thecdnre Roosevelt a man who IrU r gave his name as hem Crenshaw of Lrtulon Ky attempted to stab YfUrhnian Tone at the post ofj netICrenshaw carried a saber which he brandished as he asked for his mall Who are YOIIaskd tire clerkfam Theodore Roosevelt of the stars was tIre mcdest replysCrenshaw was enraged theyt that his mail had been atoHatching ParasitesILexington Ky periment station Prof Gorman Is ex ItCongrcgutu8 bacco worm covered with tiny white cocoons lIe wanted to know what it ull meant The professor told him to ome again and he would explain It to him He put the worm in a glasso jar and the parasites were out to the number of several hundred small llyliko Insects They will beI liberated to prey upon the worms and reproduce themselves More Rain Needed Frankfort Ky Kentucky crops sealerally are faring well at this the year especially corn which was greatly benefited by the summer rains according to reports madeto the state agricultural department and set forth In the monthly crop bulletin issued The wheat growers may have tro 1bla with their fall plowing for wheat un less there it more rain and the ground is softened Sip Even LifeSavers Barred Frankfort Ky Selling whisky to a sick man without a prescription onI Sunday Is not sufficient grounds toi warrant a tilting of the lid In the opln ion of Judge Herndon who fined John KInney a saloonkeeper 25 and costs In the city court A witness testified that Thomas Possum was cut In a fight 1wblskyRevenue Men Destroy StillsiFrankfort Ky United States Mar i shal W M Mpys who arrived herewith lIve alleged moonshiners to await action of the federal court told of tin i destruction of three of the most note rlous Illicit stills In the KentuCK mountains lie located the stills Quicksand creek and caught the shin tnt In tire not of making whisky He destroyed 3000 gallons of beer Johnstons Body Arrives Lexington KyAdJt Gen P P Johnston arrived here with the body of his brother John Fletcher Johnston who died in Washington The dej ceased was a member of the office of the Interstate Commerce Commis IslonEmma McCauley Johnston arid one son Meredith Johnston Miscreants In Jefferson Louisville Ky According to T p Stivers a city employe who lives with his family south of the city some citeS my set fire to his home while only 10yearold son was at home OR the previous night Slivers says he was Liawakenedmen in the yard Church Workers Accused SIIIIldayschool Parksvllle Boyle county charged with the assassination of Hugh raughcrty at Pineville July 11 during a dance A reward of 400 was offered for the murderers Corbusler Gets An Assistant corIhuslerpnrtment that he has been granted an ciassistantnumber of cadets To Establish New Association Lexington KyThe executive board of Transylvania unlverslty decided to establish a new association to work in conjunction with the christian Denom inational society which will meet at Hopkinsvllle September 23 Pardon For George Bank Campton KyGov Cox granted a pardon to George Banks who was sen tenced to 21 years In the penitentiary for killing Newton Taulbee his half brother In this county some years ago Banks had only served about eighteen months of his sentence Farmers Institute Closes Covington Ky After one of the most successful sessions in its history the Kenton County Farmers Institute closed a twoday session held In hIde pendence Many Interesting subjects were discussed et jtt1 WIFE RECEIVED BULLET f jIntended For Night Prowler and Wa Killed Murray Ky Thinking his home be sieged by night riders John F Dal I a mill operator living near the r i Tennessee river In this cOlmt IJn nioviuc object and killed JI Mrs Dalon was aroused after 4d tnight by sonic one prowling around J She awakened her husband who the house i Securing n gun be ventured outside the house after tilling his wife to go r back to their brdrocui She did notI 1 so IIlId crime out a rear doom just s he tired upon hearing some one run The bullet penerated her head r iESTILL COUNTY CHOSEN i ObIHargls Case Transferred Despite jection of Defense Jackson KyTJie Irlal of Beech rgls for the muider of his father r 7 udge James Hargls will be held In stihi county Judje Adams transfer i r ing the ease to that county jThe commonwealth had objected to fhe trial taking place in Jachsoa cltlm Ing that c fair trial could not he had h ts motion fcr a change of venue was granted and Estlll county was naned us the place where the trial should be llo held A nictlcn for ball in behalf of Beech argis will be made by his attorneys Prominent Society Woman DeadI 1 Columbus 0SIrn Fred S Urey Y wife of a wealthy 1II1111foctureltf Louisville Ky and promificnt in circles In that city who camo o Columbus six months ago following nervous breakdown was found dead her room at the sanatorium of Dr H A Rcdeb ugh 71 Winner avenue 7 In the opinion of Coroner Murphy l y death was due to poison which was I aken with suicidal Intent t t f Soldiers Shoot 31 Oops Newport Ky Canine howls which ave been disturbing the soldiers 1JoJsleep In the pest at night have now eased as the temporary command ant Copt Whooley issued orders to I he pest ordnance sergeant to dispose f all the drgi In the reservation of tv Ft Thomas Thirtyone dogs worn la rIcon to the ravine near the paiade Ifground and shot 1 Docket Completed i Frankfort KyThe docket forthei tJr September term of ihe court of op 1 1 jpcals has been completed by Napier j Adams clerk and Is as follows Ap jpewrances civil MS continued civ 51 commonwealth cases appear anccsl 46 commoawealth cases Iltn tinned 1 argument cases 171 To a jiO Cases pending on petltlo r re C ihearing 41 t ITwo of Three Arrested Prducmth IyJa4er Garland al i r IAlton We2llherfcrd charged with subS cti 7t Irnatlon of plrjlry weie arremfled IU lCalloway county mid taken to Murray tCwhere they gave bond They are sc N cused of forcing Will Ingram a set r confessed rider to repudiate a conIes jsion which he made Dr Peter Kirk is wanted on the same charge t J t 1Taft and Bryan Attacked r KyTaft antI Bryn CI wcre attacked when the county WC t T U listened to a sjwech by Rev L H L Picket state prohibition organher He declared referring lo Tafa reliR r Ious belief that UiiitRrianinm was tiequal to infidelity and that ErYJtnvras t J ihe sum total of r1 lldat IIVon Is anvasaed 1Covlngton KyTbe congressional t committee met arid canvassed thu reo J turns of tire roi sresslonal jnlisary 1 election anti made no change in the 1 figures The result is Rhinoek 1341 Elllston 349S Hooch 2761 JHods 1902 Meary a tt9 Nadana 505 1 J f Saw Mill Sold t Hopklnsville lyThe plant of tie L Hopkinsvllle Lumber Co was edit un Ji der an order of court following bank 7jruptcy procrrdinRs it was bid in by iW L Cortelyou representing It II De Trevlllc of this city for t7772lt 1L l vfOperation will be continued i 4 Fine Coach Horse IIMaysville KyA representative of- Secretary of Agriculture Wilson after 1 a trip through Kentucky has bnugM 1 from Langdon T Anderson n pair ot fine coach horses The price paid was 2500 They will be shipped to Wash a Ington McGregor For Congress iCovington KyMr Qradfonl Mcx 4 Grcgor of this city wan notified by the national congressional nominating comjmlttee of the prohibition party that ao J has been selected as tIre candidate of t t Ibis party from the Sixth congressional a district of Kentucky Elks State Convention 4b Covlngton Ky Judge K U WH 2 Hams Iudo M T Sbinn and Richard J Dibowskl have been selected liy the s local lodge of Elks ns ele to the i State Elks convention whlrbwlllbo held in Owenshoro October and 2 1 ivClark Rouse Dead Covington KyClark Rouse i6 11prosperous Boone county farmer tiled i of heart failure Mr Rouse is rcluUd 4u to Arthur B Rouse who conducted theIJdemocratic congressional primary the Sixth district of Kentucky fc kT it Wants 1800 For Her Injuries Lexington KyLast January SOftllJel 1nHeaves became so badly frightened f Sjwhen some one suddenly turned on the j steam In W L Petiys tobacco stem 7f mery that she jumped out of a window t She brought 11800 alleging InJuriest Three Thousand Attended Paducah Ky Thrca thousand po vie attended the Tobacco Association rally of this and adjoining counties at 1 Grahamville Speeches were mad l y John B Allen Capt W J Stone and s Btv C D lcGaugbY eli 2 t X f n J iIIII d 0 1 t t I e6 a OWIOUTLOOICPUBLISHED OWINGSVILLE KY Entered according to Act of Congress at the Owingsville as secondclass matter TUB OUTLOOKS subscription rates are as follows One year One Dollar Six i month Sixty Cents Three months Thirtylive Cents No commissions allowed anybody on subscriptions 1 Subscribers desiring a change of address should give previous addrpss when writing- Correspondents should always get their items to us not later than Monday if possible when out of stationery mention it on aI papert inter J est is welcomed bring it to usj without delay if you wish it 5crtud Advertisers wishing a change t c or discontinuance of 111 should inform us the week previous tot publication r Address llayIt Jour W Ky THURSDAY SEPT 10 190- SANNOUNCEMENTS r e We arc authorized to announce Allie W Young as a candidate t for reelection as Circuit Judge Oi of the Twentyfirst JudicialuTs 1 Itricl to the action of the- Democratic c party ooi f We are authorized to announce Alexander Conner a candidate for reelection for Attorney of the comnonwealthslx 1 trict subject t the Dcmocraticp tr We are authorized to J W D White as a candidate for j Commonwealths Attorney in the wentyfirst Judicial districtsub to the action of the Democrat lic party We are authorized to Mrs S B Hawkins as a candidateI for Superintendent of Bath county subject b tion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce 3 1Miss Pickctt Metcalfe as a candi- datea r n tend ent of subjecfit ra c artycWe are authorized to announc r Leonard Cassity as a candidate for a Superintendent of Public f s of Bath County subject to th action of the Democratic party i We are authorized to announce j J W Penix a candidate for Su perintendent of Schools of a county subject to the action o the Democratic party l Jj We are authorized to announcee Miss Carrie Nixon as a candidate I7 for Superintendent of Schools of i Bath county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party 00 We are authorized to announce John W Dawson a candidate for- s Clerk of the Bath Circuit Court DemjtJ We are authorized to announce = J J Mark hsa candidate for 1 3 County Judge of Bath County subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce r Alfred N Crooks as a candidate 5b for County Judge of Bath sub 1 90 ject to the action of the Demo y cratic party + 4 We are authorized to announce Leslie Shrout as a candidate fo- t reelection as County Clerk of Bath subject to the action of the Democratic party r t We are authorized to announce i 1 Wm D Bailey of South S h e r oIac ctIon of the Democratic party 4 r Vm C Johnson of Sharpsburgt rr t 4 J and Aaron Fanning of Salt Lick will be his deputies if elected 1 i Other deputies made known i t 0 the future i We are authorized to announce 0J t Seth Botts as a candidiate fo J Sheriff of Bath county subject to the action of the Democratic c party Cole Barnes of Preston i sr tillbe his deputy if elected t t iI We are authorized to announce 4 4 Samuel 0 Doggett as a candi ag date for Jailer of Bath county J subject to the action of the Dem 1 r t 1 cocratic party We are authorized to attr f Caleb L Snedegar a J for Jailer of Bath county subject r 1 to the action of the Democratic party i i We are authorized to announce T7 Robt Duff as a candidate for r V Jierqf Bath Count subject to l of the Democratic part rl 1 tIty tifr i t t Jtvtr a JJ S4 J 0 i 1 A f J Itr I s i e J f A JI j fIoC t 7 WLia rwaw 4 a J J I 0 J 0 jpIf 4J r J C IWe are authorized to announce G McOrty as a l for Jailer of Bath ulidateI ject to the action of ieratie party We are authorized to announce Eastwood Ilatton as a candidate for Jailer of Bath county subject to the action of the Democratic patty We are authorized to announce R T Joba Clark as a candidate nntysubjectIparty We are authorized to announce ateIto the action of the Democratic party IWe are authorized to announce as a candidate for As isessor of Bath County subject to the action of the Democratic par If nominated and elected WaltcrS Hendrix of South Slier borne and lhos1 Crouch of Preston will he associated with Mrl Jones in the discharge of the duties of the oflce We are authorized to announce Bige Wells a candidate for As sessor of Bath county subject to the action of the Democratic par ofIForge Hill will be my deputies We are authorized to announce Robert T as a candidate for Magistrate in District No5 Preston subject to the action of the Democratic patty We are authorized to announce Joseph Williams as a for Magistrate in District No Preston subject to the of the Democratic partyIWe are authorized to announce canjjdidatevine district No1 subject to the action of the Democratic party ccaamca rxcac GEN APATHY seems to be still Presidentialc EXSENATOR WM LINDSAY is supporting Bryan something he has never done before m EVEN Russell Sage the most correct high financier of his time left 1071000 in worthless bonds THE New York World is now giving Bryan a somewhat qualified and the Herald though independent editorially said to be giving him a fairer deal than heretofore in its news col umns TAFT and Foraker inxst arid smiled on each other Iforaker is Tafet cause a s own reelection as Senator Hence Bryanepronouncei revolutionize wheat growing by acrefyield rather better than o the wheat in certain localities but t be inferior for bread ACTING Gov Cox last week pardoned Roy Williams of the bal ance of a twoyear sentence for gameIliams indicted him and he convicted The owner wasj found the money entitled to more than a pardon VERMONT fired the first gun in this falls battle of the ballots The Republicans are elated because it went for their State tick et The Democrats are encour aged by the result because while the Republican vote fell off eight per cent the Democratic vote creased only two per cent Any thing that pleases both sides is wonderful rTHINGS got to such a pass in the 7th district Democratic con vention at Lexington Thursday that a large part of the support ers of Congressman Kimball with drew and held a convention of their own The regular convention nominated Campbell Cantrill The bolters nominated Kimball who declined saying he would support the regular nominee Frank L Johnson of Franklin county was then nominated thnbolting nominee will withdraw when the feeling cools down u theirr us ex pect them to be printed And please remember that visits be tween neighbors are not CORE newsI oklaT J W Crain and wife have re turned from a visit at Hale Mo Ed Daugherty has returned from Missouri PebbleeA C Hendrix sold some heif ers to F P Hendeix at 3Jc 1 N Powell bought 25 lambs peheadr Richard Anderson and wife of Tippecanoe City 0 came Monday 7 p 1 f a r r i I31JC y1 1Wf IOllossnMoorcfiehl wife and two IWm of Oklahoma Samuel Halt and wife of Rowan county visited Wm A Snedegar some days the past week Mrs Susan Andersonson Santi foduuddaughtosof Howard Kansas ore visiting the formers brother J S Anderson and other relathcsIDarnell a weanling male calf for 2250 t Miss Annie Bailey is down with typhoid fever at Dr Jones The baby boy of Thos Copher and wife lied Saturday 1BdthclBadger Rob Paris fair last week- S P Baird and wife who had been visiting Mrs Cyrus Arra smith left Monday for their home in CarlisleAndrew Clinkenbeard wife and daughter of Windsor Mo are visiting Mrs Sallie Scott- A n Ratliff was in Mt Sterling Sunday W It Peters Sr left Monday brotherfpital there Mrs A IL Robertson and son SterlingiStopstono Mrs H S Bittinger is still improving of her illness Hedrick5jofto E Carmichael Thom1JIson die Williams from Thursday till Monday The protracted meeting atUn ion closed Sunday night with 29 additions IJ A Carmichael and family of Mt SterlingAlex Karrickand wife and W M Carmichael visited J E Carmichael Sunday IBald Eagle of Sherburne was here Thursday on business George Bramblett L G Gul= ley Ollie Potts and others went to Slate Creek fishing Thursday We imagine the finny tribe suf fered at their hands JjlaceacrossCome back Bill we bid you wel come Samuel McIntire wife and son Harley of Indiana are visiting W J Lawson Will Knox and wife are visiting friends and relatives in Bourbon county George Boyd is building a new barn Johnny Doyle is the car penter 01V J Lawson has gone to Cin stockoof goods Rain is needed very much It is is very dry and dusty The drouth is hard on late corn Upper Prickly Ash Mrs Frances Hamilton is some better of her illness ofIE S Hamilton and wife of Roes Run visited relatives here Friday afternoon daughterinlawren of Roes Run were guests of Willie Hamilton and wife Sat urday night Mrs Miranda Jones of near 1Vednesg Ann Stone and family Press Kendall wife and grand son Walter of near Carlisle vise ited the family of the formers sister Mrs Frances Hamilton last week John Boaz and wife of Slate creek spent Thursday with Al fred Carter and family Silas Corbin of near Reynolds FeWalter Hamilton and wife of HenryBrocklie Hamilton and wife last week There was a nice rain here Sun day and some hail H A Lyter and wife will spend several days with Samuel Kers lake and wife in Paris this week Misses Mary Belle Jones Liz WilsonNancySne Sallie Foley of Flat Creek were guests of Misses Alta and Eda Chandler last week llirslV1V Clark and daugh ter Miss Ashley of Flat Creek spent Thursday with Mrs Emma Stone Oscar Chandler and wife of Bald Eagle and Will Horseman and wife were guests of Riley Chandler and wife Sunday 7t Ff i s lr71IItr 1Jt iiv Tho tendays meeting at Har pers schoolhouse conducted by Elder Carpenter closed Sunday night with success There were 14 converts and 4 reclaimed TheItservices were largely had perfect order and were much enjoyed bv all There was a great assembly gathered to witness the baptizing Sunday afternoon at the mouth of Prickly Ash Moores Ferry A good rain fell here Sunday evening Jeff IlighieY of Levee flour bon county spent Tuesday night with his brother James Mrs Docia Ann Highley and Mrs 0 P Shrout returned home with him to spend a few days Ed Horseman and wife return cd to ndiana Friday after a few weeks visit Mrs Jane Newman them on a visit to relativesIturned from Illinois Boone Ingram left Monday to visit his brother Marion at Law rence KansasIIWilt Purvis who has been with the railroad surveyors returned home Saturday to visit sick folks Died Aug 20 at her home near lledricks schoolhouse Mrs Ma ry Spence wife of Allen Spence Her body was laid to rest in the Hedricks cemetery Friday even preachIa band and eight children to mourn their loss The children are Mrs t Kate Vanlandingham Mrs Mary J Vanlandingham Mrs Sarah Vanlandingham Mrs Clarissa Highley Mrs Isabel Warren Misses Ida and Eva John Sam Mose and Felix All of the chil dren live in the neighborhood We sympathize with the bereav ed family Crooks Mrs Henry Johnson is on the sick list this week Mae and June Nixon spent Sat urday night and Sunday with rel atives near Olympian Springs Mrs Dick Wecdon of Mt Ster ling spent last week with rela tives here Mrs Bud Clark of Covington spent several days with relatives here last week SatIurdayWilson S Hendrix shipped a carload of lambs to Jersey City SaturdaySam 1 m shipped a carload of hogs and cattle to Cincinnati SaturdayBuck sold three lambs at 5c per pound Jim Belcher sold 14 hogs av eraging 165 lbsy to Sam Lath ram at 575 a hundred Mrs Will Satterficld anT chil dren visited relatives in Owings vllle Saturday Mrs Leo Thompson and daugh ter Miss Stella of Farmers have been visiting relatives near here the past week Ewell Williams is some better of his illness Also Mrs Marga ret Williamson is better The Sundayschool Blevins Valley will have an at that place the 1st Sunday in October Olympia Allremember the annual meet ing commences here next Friday Mrs Hiekerson and daughter Maud were guests of her father Dr N T Clark last weeX Mrs Turner and family have removed from Olympia to Ash land The house vacated by them is occupied by George Craig Clarence Turner has moved to ccupyingtheMrs Jesse Harkness nee Swarts of Straight Creek and visitingfriends Mrs EfFa Roberts of L E Junction stopped over a day or so with her mother en route to visit her motherinlaw Mrs Rob erts of Big Sandy Wm Kincaid moved back to staydownMrs W W Penix has been very poorly for some time with tome kind of swelling in her head but is some better Born to Clyde Young and wife Sept 4 a male heir Mother is doing well but Clyde ishpdly able to be around Miss Jennie Norvel our popu lar schoolmistress of last year was calling on friends here the past week Mrs Kathie Clark has just returned from spending a few days with her mother who has been illwith typhoid fever Miss Bethel McGlosson of Far mers spent the past week with her aunt Miss Jell McGlosson Mrs Nicolls who moved here for the summer moved back to Huntington the past week r x ii i Stoops Pastures are getting short Many of our citizens are suffer with hay fever The little daughter of James Rogers is very poorly with throat trouble rightkindguilty of killing time The late corn has damaged 40 per cent by the dry weather Robert Karrick and wife of Grassy Lick visited Frank Dan iels and family Wednesday Mrs Bettic Home of Lexington continues poorly at the home of Will Kissick One thing wed like to see Something gotten up by the kickers knockers and growlersI 1isJames Hicks of Salt Well has rented from 11 0 Cockrcll and will move next week The turkey crop continues to dwindle and from reports will be the smallest for years J II Gillaspie W H and 11 DourI The scholars of Fairview school Fridayihouse A presentIsecond premium with his fine 21yearold horse at the Paris fair The letter of James Kendall in last weeks paper from Montana was very interesting George 0 Fassett is at home again from a sixmonths stay in Kansas City granddaughterMiss lersburg came Friday to visit the family of W E Turner Mrs Nannie Byrd has returned from Salt Lick and will leave for Louisville Monday morningIBridges Bros Thomas Triplett of Mt Sterling- a suckling colt for 675 A few Triplettto above colt for 500 0 M Jones has been elected superintendent of Oak Hill Sun dayschool to succeed S P Rud der who resigned RoyByrdat North MI dlepwn and to attend the Paris fair Saturday Mrs J El Williams and son visIitedweek We send our items ahead of time this week as Monday is La bor Day and there will be no ru ral delivery Septemberone of our grandest old men si lently breathed his last and passed away Mr Steele was eighty seven years and ten months old Mr Steele got up as usual Tues day morning and feeling tired lay down to rest Later he was granddaughterMiss John Steele wasone of the best known and best liked men in this part of Montgomery county In years gone by he figured conspic neighborhoodPeace for several years and al uprightly he are fast answering the final summonsThe of this sketch was married twice His first wife whose maiden name we do not know died many years ago and there survives of this union only one child Mrs Daniel Baker of Flat Creek His second wife was Miss Lucy Ragan who died in children granddaughter had been living yearsFuneral conduct ed by Elder W H Cord and the interment took place in the Ra gan graveyard Wednesday af ternoon John Boaz had a mule colt which he had sold for 75 to die in a mysterious way Friday night PLENTY DOING Youell B Mirza the Persian student of Lexington lectured at the Court house Wednesday night of last week On Thursday night there was a lecture by a Prohibitionist and his wife and on Friday night a moving picture show Residence for Sale 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 JULIA Ross tf 1 J GIANT THE PHILOSOPHER lh genlman who had made a botch of reIphedwanted him to do and do it right coachImanIENOMIi N A rtoNInnI cannot be your wife said Bridget after Pathad proposedItone of sadness in his voice Well Pat I suppose I must tell you the truth Im a somnambulist A what somnambulistI wont make any difference You can go to your church and Ill go to mine IJudgeS Library COULD BE EXPECT EDA well known American writer automobiled through Scot land and at a hotel in the High incivilitybyj Accordingly he complained to lIthe manager The manacrercall to him the waiter a big red HighlanderDugald ican visitor accuses you of inat tention and insolence What have you to say Its no to be expeckit that a selfrespecting Scot could wait ithelargetoCommissioners Sale BATH CIRCUIT COURT Ollie Snedegar admrcPlITsvs Mrs Ann Snedegar c Dfts By virtue of a judgment and or der of sale rendered in the Bath Februaryterm Speciali proceetoest bidder at public auction at the OwingsvilleKycounty Ky on the waters of White Oak Creekcontaining 40 acres as follows On the north by the lands of Joseph Al len on the south by the lands o David Bailey on the east by th White Oak turnpike and on th BarleySaidthe o the Farmers Bankof WVVIUI3YU1C Ky which to day ofsale amounts to 64200 Sale will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved securitypay able to the Farmers Bank and bearing G per cent interest per foreandlien will be retained upon said land to secure payment of the purchase priceD W DOGGETT CommissionerH Commissioners Sale COURTIThomas R Daw sons 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 misI 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 J thQlandEstill on the south by the 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 halfand twelve months for the priceTheexecute bonds with approved security payable to the Commissioner and bearing 6 per cent in terest per annum front 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 priceH M C B C C C W GOODPASTER A- ttyOALC For sale or exchange for Corn Hay OatsOr Feed Bring a load of feed and get a load anybody RICHARD ILES Salt Lick Ky 49t v i C t i Jb Hf rJ i t Commissioners Sale Maggie M Young rrvsL Tipton Young c defendnts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered in the Bath Circuit Court at the May term 1908 in the above styled case the undersigned Master Commissioner will on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 14th 1908 at about 1 oclock p m proceed to offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction at the Court r house door in Owingsville Bath county Ky a tract of land ly ithedescribed as follows towit Beginning at a stone corner fwith Vat and William Young thence N 12i E 30 68100 poles tocja stone in the stone fence corner with same thence N 28i E 25 66 r100 poles to the angle of the fence corner with same thence S 681 E 9 2 1100 poles corner with same thence 402 11 20100 poles corner with same thence S 47i E 29 poles corner with same thence S r 51 E 10 poles corner with same t thence crossing the creek N 34 E l 9 16100 poles to stone corner with same thence S GOJ E 18 92100 poles to a stone corner with same thence N 63 E 2126100 poles to stone corner with same N 2 E 49 31100 poles to a stonexcorner with same in George Har dins line thence N 83i W 3 20 100 poles to a set stone corner with said Hardin thence N2 E 35 76100 poles to a stone corner r with same thence N 168 E 73 20 100 poles to a set stone corner with same and Tolliver Vice thence N 57 W 2312100 poles to a point in a branch south 86 W 17 links from the end of a stone ViceIcorner with same thence N 69 W 21 40100 poles to an elm stump corner with same thence S 89i HazelriggsIa a links from a small black walnut corner with said Hazelrigg andItWilson thence S 39 W 2110100 poles to a set stone corner with Ja t Wilson thence S 61J W 21 40100 poles to a set stone corner with same thence S 4 W 13 12100 poles to a set stone corner with sa ne thence N 89 W 35 76100 to two elms corner with same r toe fea set 1stone corner with same thence S 521 W 56 28100 poles tQ a set rrstone corner with same thence S 71 W 24 pSiesto a serstbhe c6Tn = cCraythencetoaIa set stone corner with thence S 69 E 62 poles to a set 1 stone corner with same thence S 132i W 18 poles to a set tone corn with same thence S 66 E crossing the creek 6 80100 poles to a set stone corner with same thencej rginning containing 193 acres 2 roods and 25 poles of land hurl zontal measure less three acres which is a grave yard which grave yard is reserved and less 1 acre r o roods and 21 poles of said land heretofore sold conveyed to James Corbin Said land or enough thereof t plaintiffsdebt 685095Termsa credit of twelve months the recutedeffect of a bond A will be retmnedupon said erty to secure the payment of purchase price lienIH S GOODPASTEr J J NEBITT J C WNESBITT Attorneys The City Council is wrestling with a sidewalk building O r d iynance t 1CORSETS OAt NTV AS TH E ROSE Before you consult your dressmaker about that new suit you should see us and purchase an AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSET Your gown worn over f one of these corsets will greatly enhance your personalcharms And these are not expensive only 100 to S00 I KALAMAZOO CORSET CO Exclusivc Makers KALAMAZOO MICH Because we believe in them we sell and recommend them s SLESSER OWINGSVILLE KY Oct x sfI t