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J M r td t 7 r1zbt r 1 1 1 bt mi gtiillt ullook t =VOL XXX OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPT 17 1908 NO 0 44J I LfInilA Is who Lwish THE OUTLOOK to continue coming to them should watch Itheir address labelsl and see that the is ahead of tiN date ofI the next issue of thev paper The year for which a paper is paid for is indicatedA I5s 9 meaning thusf Ithe subscript I o paid to January 15 1909 I fv be for TilE OUTLOOK 1rgt thecoatsuitopen l i ing it ocodpaster COs Friday W and Saturday Sept 1819II sElderWilhoit will begin a ten I meetingatPleasant Valley IIcsSchoolhouse next Mon tf y mg Sept 21 4 George Carroll Hamilton sold Jl ktoan Indianapolis dealer one day t week 160 1560pound export cattle at 6c a pound j Mitchell wagons have stood the test strongest gear lightestrLln ner in the market I IIJustreceivedperfumes soaps and face pow- S ders 74tt BROTHERIFOR SALE Six firstclass South down bucks and Superior wheat drill good as new at half price 104t H T HOPKINS 1 Estill Horiaker have receivedoa pair of Barcus horse can now shoe the wildest horse without danger to animal tf c Get ready for your fall seeding r by buying a Hoosier wheat drill rind Deer l disc harrow ForIoti- iiD fcfiie fe E 1 ri BYRONrI 1oLost LledSOOlb steers d hog rings In ears Lib 9cialreward for information by JDr G W Conner tf 4 For firstclass hardware wag Ions and farming implements harIness of all kinds woven fsee Eo L A T BYRON i t SUIT OPENING We will have I displayed at our store Friday and Saturday Sept 1819 a line of I ladies coat suits and cloaks G00DPAsTELCo- DELEGATES Acting Governor nnditthe National Tuberculosis Con vention at Washington City Sept 2ltoOctl2la To LEXINGTON Most of the members of Owingsville Lodge No 87 of Pvthias will attend the dedication of the KIP Widows and Orphans Home j at Lexington Thursday flAN FIlER BURGLARy = Costi gan s store at Olyinpia was burg larized Monday night Loss was f rnot learned Chas Wilson and his bloodhound from Mt 4 were to the scene Sterling1 suits were not known at going to press M E CONFERENCE ASSIGN MENTS Owingsville is to be sup plied GD Prentiss to Burnside HolmesLhon at Georgetown J M Fuqua Nicholasville R A Selby to i Fr nchburg and Olympia AGIN Tim HONK WAGON The sentiment against automo i biles is growing hereabouts ow ing to the numerous runaway accidents caused by them A considerable delegation waited f P on Judge J W Lane Monday to know if the question of their pro- k hibition in this county could not r submitted to a vote ofthe peo ple but he knew no legal war rant for such a vote DIED NEAR MT STERLING l Miss Margaret Burns aged about 4 55 years died Friday at the home of brother Tas on the Levee J1j pike andwas buried Saturday at 1 clok pom at Springfield Church She was a daughter of 4k i Enoch Burns deceased and at BurbridgeIson tk Dick H L Lane and wife atr tendedthefuneral A N Crooks ti arid wife also attended the fun tt erall i iirtcvJ ik ir I k fl t pt 1 T 411e f111 ifv L I jt 1 ttr r l J t ti tJ t t IIYI L iIt tl7e J 1 1 t 0 j Ioa 1 r I zy J 1 J 1 0 tf gpoIItr f 1rC i HI r s t it a J toi 2 4 Ii a PERSONAL S S Pinney of Mt Sterling was here Friday Mrs Perry Flora was in Mt Sterling Satur Buford M ayIwas in to see us Ed L Byron spent Thursi jday till Saturday at AshlandIMrs Susan Coyle sick with jaundice past Rev J E Moss returned here from the 11 E Conference Mon dayJames W Elgin of Maysville spent some days in our town last week t Mrs Alex Conner visited rela tives at Mt Sterling the past week Mrs George E Trihou went toI Louisville and Mammoth Cave past week Miss Laura Cole of Jefferson ville is visiting her sister Mrs Wm S PhelpsIMrs Robert Shields of Flat Creek has been seriously ill for several days Robert Byron of Lexington came Saturday to spend a week with relatives John Scott and wife went to Mt Sterling to visit relatives Saturday afternoon James Jackson and family of Spencer visited Mrs Sarah Jack son the past week Rev E E Holmes joined his wife at J W Hutchesons Monday afternoon Ollie Coons and wife have re moved from Coyle street to rooms at J W Miss HutchesonsZ visit to t Lexington has returned homeiMason Kincaid of Paris who been in the county Some days n a visit was here Monday Mrs Dick Weedon and little son Mit of Mt Sterling visited Sam J Ratliff and wife tIe past Ijer knee by afall jm her garden I y being trippejd bv some sort of- vlnesi j Geo A Peed returned Sunday night from a months visit to Texas and other parts of the West Chapman Young of San Diego Cal spent from Saturday till Monday J B Goodpaster and wife Mrs John Freeland after a visit to her mother Mrs Julia Ross returned home tojut Sterling Sunday fIMrs Belle Davis and son Hugh after a visit to the family of W H Daugherty left the latter part of last week IThe following from Mt Ster were here Monday Elisha Robertson W B White C W Nesbitt Frank Perry Lawrence Gillaspie of Clark countyand Thos B Hamilton of Stoops visited Walter Hamilton and wife this week Among those attending the Statefair at Louisville are Mrs Oscar Palmer Miss Amanda ViI ison J Add Power iJohn T Kimbrough was in MtI last week attending the meeting of the ty chairmen of the 21st JudicialI districtNewton A Shrout accompan lied by his daughter Miss Lillian to Amyxs or Riff esSpringsin Morgan countyThurs day for the benefit of his health Mrs John Gillon and Mrs Flora Ragland Hill went to Mt Sterling Saturday to visit relatives Mrs Hill sang at the Christian Church there Sunday Mrs JohnW Honaker and little sons Robert Lee and Charles spent from Saturday till Wednes day of this week with her sister Mrs J H Wood in Mt Sterling Mrs Tarlton Jones of Missouri is here on a vSit to her mother Mrs Stonepf Washingto nas been about ten years since Mrs Jones was he4 on a visit Miss May Atchison of lov er Slate Creek had as guests last week Misses Nannie Peters and Clara of Flem ingsburg Sallie Estill Elizabeth Bradley and Viola Havens of Grange City Messrs Russell Peters of Flemingsburg Harve Horton of Plains Pickett Garnett of Hillsboro H B Anderson of Odessa 1 1r t ic JcI Jj Iv f p f Marshall Hurst of Cornland Illwho is in on a visit to his father Johnson Hurst of near Grange City was here Thursday James M Ross of Lexington came up Tuesday night of last week and accompanied his wife home Wednesday lea v in g his daughter Julia Gardner here with her grandmother Mrs Julia Ross Mrs Noda Hawkins andson Marion Estill Hawkins Francis Vice Miss Edna Vice and Thorn ton Snelling and wife and daugh Bathel1werethe first of the week Vm C Jackson wife and daughter Angie Young of this town Samuel Estill and wife of Wyo ning Miss Sallie Estill of Grange City and Miss May Atch- ison of lower Slate Creek went Cincinnati Tuesday W P Conner Jr son D C and Oscar Palmer were in Lex ington last week Mr Conner contracted for an autpmobile but the dealer failed to with his part of the contract in sending his son here to operate it for a month and the deal was declared offGeorge Templeman who went from Rowan countyto near Roach dale Indabout a year ago writes to friends of the prevailing hard times in tjie neighborhood where he located He says the corn crop there was very light and that what was raised was badly damaged by early frosts He also said that he had been compelled to hire out to work by the monthINat A Peters who suffered stroke of paralysis at the UnionI station at St Louis was Lexington by his daughter Miss Anna and they came n here ast week Mr Peters ilmnt s due to his appendici trouble for which an operatic rii performed last spring ii lv re covered sufficiently to be bout some His host of friends hope that with rest from business he will recover his customar health ELEGANT ENTERTVVTJJT 11Meuchre in honor of Mrs William H Reid of New York City The porch was ckc rated inI palms ferns and haiirini baskets with golden rod and sunflowers The color scheme was yellow and white which was in the ices cakes and mints The handpainted tally cards display the artistic touches ot the charming hostess When the guests first entered they were served with punch in the dining room The punch bowl was pre sided over by Mrs J B Good paster and Miss Edna Byron A substantial lunch was then served on the porch followed with yel low and white brick cream cakes and mints Those present on this delightful occasion were Mrs William H Reidof New York City Misses Gumbrecht New York City Mrs John Langley Washington D C Mrs Hill New York City Mrs Fannie Goodpaster Mrs R A Chiles Mrs C C Chenault Mrs George Snyder Mrs Chas Grubbs Mrs Chas Lindsay Mrs Alice Turner Mrs Henry Prew itt Mrs Harry Hoffman Mrs Chas Nesbitt Miss Eenton Big staff Mrs James Kennedy Mt Sterling Mrs J n Goo paster Mrs W S Gudgell Mrs Lee Brother Mrs H C GudgellMrs Jesse Hampton Miss Edna By ron Miss Bertha Botts Miss Catherine Rice Mr Holman Rice OwingsvilleThe a cut glass bonbon dish with gold berries was yon by Miss Catherine Rice The guest prize a large hand painted picture was presented to the honored guest Mrs Wm H ReidThe charming hostess in her own sweet way made each and every guest wish for a return of the happy occasion SPOKE AT SHARPBURG Alex Conner of this town and W B White ofMt Sterling candidates for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealths Attorney made speeches at Sharpsburg Satf rday to a fairsized audience NOTICE This is to notify that the undersigned Peter Pergifam now confined in the penitentiary at Frankfort Ky will onOco ber 6th 1908 petition the Boar of Prison Commissioners tD grant him a parole PETER PERGRAM l 7p 44f s i r Have You Tried the Pocket For tfio fall and winter trade I have the largest and best stock I have ocr carried The celebrated Shield brand clothing the Solx and other good makes of shoes hats overcoats notions furnishing goods etc With more than thirty years experience and withonefourth the expense of other houses in this line I can and will sell you goods at less price than any store in this or any neighboring town Everything represented at r GILLONS in the Pocket Owingsville Ky LAND RENTINGO- N OCTOBER 12 1908 at one oclock p m at the Courthouse door in Owingsville Ky we will rent to the highest and best bidder from March 1 1909 to March 1 1910 the 206ACRE FARM on Slate Creek of the Dr H H Lewis estate 11 acres for tobacco at discretion of executors on day of renting 60 to 65 acres for Corn 65 acres of Meadow 20 acres Wheat or Oats 45 acres in Slue Grass Also FORTY ACRES for CORN and FORTY ACRES for WHEAT or OATS at the Salt Lick farm MRS H H LEWIS J L McCOY 104t S C ALEXANDERI I OBITUARY Leaves have their time to fall and stars to set but all times are thine 0 Death At six oclock Tuesday morning Sept 2 1908 the spirit of Norma Mildred daughter of W Wand Pauline Rogers passed from earth and loved ones to the faraway home of the soul She was taken ill with typhoid fever August 3I and all that human aidand skill could do was done to relieve her intense suffering She had a professional nurse constantly at her bedsjrt IDrsica and Ro1 Mr i tlUSflCF neiiNi cTji vhfi Dr itvwasiiw c ed bat to no avail for we must remember Aiods will not thine be done Mr Rogers and family moved to Flemingsburg last spring and there as here Norma had endeared herself to all of her acquaintances She was born Aug 17 1893 was a most intelligent girl a close student hav ing attended the Flemingsburg high school the past school year To such as she death was not a leap in the dark for Jesus has shed light upon graves and we know that his rod and staff will comfort us Listening love hears the rustle of a wing an gels wings that like as they bore Lazarus to Abrahams bosom so do we feel assured they bore your darlings spirit to Jesus She leaves father mQther a brother and three sisters to mourn their loss While we extend to them our deepest sympathy in their dark hour of sorrow we feelI that all of her acquaintances have also lost a friend whose absence from earth will leave an aching void in their hearts for she was a kind loving and true friend Dear ones take comfort in the thought she is not dead butI gone from this world where joys do perish to meet her Father who waits to greet her beyond the sea of death where the waves break on the shores eternal and sooner or later you may meet her in that seraph world where joys do last foreverFather ourloved one has gone to Thee Ever letthis our bright hope be That she has crossed the river afar To keep for us the beautiful gates ajarM MS NORTHERN LIGHTS The auro ra borealis or Northern lights was observed here Friday night Scientists say that it is caused by a disturbance to the magnetic equilibrium between the earth and the sun and generally accom panies spots of unusual size on the suns disk NEW LIVERY STABLEWm C Jackson took possession of the Jones livery stable on Henry street Monday morning John removinglresidence on Coyle street T R Ratliff Co Grange City Ky have a quantity of boards and shingles for sale at low prices 104t r b n 5A STORE BURGLARIZEDEverett Barnes general store at the Ore Mines was entered the night of Sept 7 by one or more burglars When the fact was discovered next morning no one was permit ChasIquickly took up a trail and fol lowed it to a certain house southeast of there and then on to Pres ton where the trail was lost about the railroad station It is supp 1 11t the burglar visijsd chat4 H fcat ivrajiiuiiuj fepardea a tvin at res ton Barnes loss oo far discovered was a small sum from the cash drawer a revolver a pair of mens 350 shoes and about a pound of bologna sausage The guilty one is pretty certain to be caught yet- OLYMPIA u MEETING The an nual meeting of the Christian churches of Bath and Menifee counties held at Olympia was an overwhelming success On Friday all the necessary ground work was done and on Saturday a splendid series of sermons fol lowed The audiences which were composed of the best peo pIe of the two counties and numbering about 2000 were the grandest ever assembled at Olympia Perfect order prevailed at no timeduring the services was a loud word spoken and no un necessary moving about At 12 oclock dinner was served and was enjoyed by everybody present especially Messrs Botts Crooks Conner Kercheval Evans Chandler etc CONTRIBUTED COURT DAYThere was a big crowd in town Monday and the merchants report a fair trade Cattle were off about ic since last Court day Among the stock sales are Robt Catlett bought six 800lb yearling steera of Jim Tom Coyle at 32 per head- Lathram Clark bought fif teen fat cows at 26 per head T S Shrout sold to J W Hut sell a saddle horse for 155 and a mule to W W Razor for 150 Dr G W Conner bought 25 mountain ewes at 475 per head ONE CASE AT A TIMEW J Rice who is under 2000 bond on the charge of embezzling funds of the Bank of Mprehead was wanted by the authorities of Jackson Mississippi on a similar charge Judge A Young at Mt Sterling Thursday decided that Rice not be taken there until the case against him in the Rowan Circuit Court was disposed of BAD RUNAWAY On day last week Nathan Holland was hauling rock with Geo Kerrs team on the Mt Sterling turnpike near Flat Creek store The horses scared at an automobile andran away A buggy at the store was broken a gate smashed the wag on upset and Holland thrown out breaking his left ankle and bruis ing him badly tj4t t c T b EUGENE MINIHAlSfc MANUFACTURER OF HighGrade HandMade Saddles and Harness 4They are the best made and the cheapest for they wear well and i give satisfaction I handle all kinds of machinemade saddles and1 hharness and can save you money All mail orders given prompt attention J f I am your ssi the bCItl1dUIC ond horlcs EUGENE N8INIHAR3 RACKET STORE tJ iIIEVRY1HING FOR EVERVBUDYIIf 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 48c Granite Dish Pans 48c Granite Dippers lOc Granite Tea Kettles 68c Granite Coffee Pots 50 25c Granite Tea Kettles 20c lOcI10qt12qt Dish Pans 12c 2qt Coffee Pots lOc Milk Strainers with handles lOc 1qt Cups 2c or 3 for 5c igal Cups 5c l Covoftd 6qt ered Buckets Covered Buckets Buckets Covered Buckets Pans Fireproof 8 5 Matches A 8 5 Tablespoons L t The Highest Cash Price For Poultry and Eggs 1 f Ju R MAXEY OWINGSVIIZLE M Successor tov7 FOR VIRGINIA t Screened Lump and rJtl t i F r1t1 1of t Write Telephone to ROSE RUN IRON CO OLYMPIAD KENTUCKY JM ASBESTOS ROOFING is admirably adapted styles structuresfor it is entirely mineral products which insures long service JM ASBESTOS ROOFING composed Asbestos fibrous stone Sheets thoroughly saturated Asphaltum and cemented together pure Asphalt consequently it crack or deteriorate and used equal on Jones or the V largest Manufacturing Besides it posesses a quality peculiarly ownit requires coating Booklet will interest you Sent free request J Vi W Jbhns Manville CoL L b Cleveland tea- NEW n SIDEWALKS The City Council has been wrestling with proposed ordinance requiring sidewalks to be built has to no conclusion How a number of residents of east end are preparing to put down sawed freestone walks es pecially on east side of Sud duth street between Main and High ANOTHER DEMOCRATIC PRIMA RY The Democratic county chairmen of 21st Judicial trict met at Sterling last week andcalled a primary election for Tuesday Nov 10 1908 nomi nate candidates Judge and Commonwealths Attorney The Bath county Democratic pri mary to nominate county officers will held Saturday before TilE DROUTH The drouth con tinues Drinking and stock wa get scarcer the time and grass is burning up The is very The Weather I Bureau promises rain toward end of week f jt y KYF Monkey W ches 2Sc- 8qt Buckets 20c Co 4qt 10c 2q overed 8c 1qt Sc lOc z Cooking Utensils lOc Shoe Polish 10 fie Glass Table Sets 150 Glass Water Sets 150 75 69c t Pins paper 2c Sc Lunch Boxes 10 8c Shoe Nails 2c Carpet Tacks 242 Tablets 4c Mens Work Gloves 150 98 49 25i Teaspoons 8t Brooms 35 25 20 15c Paid j W Heflin l I or j S- v W for all of made of lived O is of in with cannot rot can be with success John barn plant its no Au on fSj Ife O sa i the but come yet ever the the the dis Mt to for Circuit be the ter all corn cut the the 15c 48c per 13c Eo BoHONRoBERTSON The mar 1riage engagement of Rev C L Bohon to Miss Lide S Robertson is announced Miss Robertson is Ja daughter of Presiding Elder Rev Daniel Robertson of George jJ 1Iwas pastor here previous to that time 1 IDIEDeeves son of James W Reeves i and wife died at Salt Lid after J a surgical operation on the mas x toid bone Sept 10 and was buried 1 Sept 12 after services by Elder R M Campbell Deceased was 1 4highlyknew him IPLEASE SETTLEI have sold my interest to T R Ratliff All indebted to the firm of T R Rat liff Co Grange City Ky are requested to call and settle I04t L S RATUFP I y4L i 4 ikt ss tr tf r i 0l 1 tf I f FLAY JUDGE LANDIS I f LAWYERS FOR STANDARD OIL FILE THEIR ANSWER DECLARE FINE EXCESSIVE Jurist Is Charged with Yielding to Outside Influences and the- It Prosecution Is Called Malicious Chicago Judge Kencsaw LandIs who fined the Standard Oil Company I 129000000 Is charged with having permitted outside influences to govern his decision by the attorneys for the company in their answer to the appli 1 cation for a rehearing filed In the k United States court ot appeals The answer refers to the judgment of that court as an unheardof fine andsa7S that the court was governed by evidence and considerations J I which were not proper to Influence a judlcipus magistrate District Attorney Sims who con j ducted the prosecution was referred 4 t1t to as a zealous prosecutor t Tho answer to tho governments ap peal for rehearing Is submitted by I Attorneys John S Miller Moritz Rosenthal and Alfred D Eddy counsel I F for the oil company and cites numer ous reasons why Judge Grosscup and his associates in the court of appeals b should not grant the governments pe Utlon tTheprincipal argument presented l q regard to excessive tines and It 7 Judge KentMw Landl Sf declared absolutely that District At 1 toner Sims could find no authority to i support Judge ndISlI1 his action of ii xlng the uaheardof ftne Regard 1fry Ii this the answer states y The provision of the bill of rights fa the eighth amendment to the fed t i 1J eral forbidding the Impo rJ 1 slUoH of excessive flues enacts a r cherished principle of Magna Charts LI which Is the foundation of American ti Iand AngloSaxon laws and Jurispru dence and which required that fines Imposed for faults or crimes should I r r be after the manner of the fault or according to the heinousness of It at and forbade fines so largo as to de t prive a defendant of that which was ti necessary to his vocaUon or liveli ii t i hood t i The action of the government inI i bringing the oil company to trial ill q Aq referred to as malicious prosecution 1 1 and it Is reiterated that no evidence I i i and law bas been brought to bear 3 j r ion the case by the federal attor j Itt lIea I iJS Freed In Subtreasury Case r u George W Fitzger ttaId accused of having stolen the 4 which disappeared from theI 4 f United States subtreasury was dis charged by Judge Chetlatn Thursday i f after It had been shown on the witness stand that the government had In iatructed tho treasury department i heads in and other governj I L ment employes to not testify In the case nor make public the evidencet ri which the secret service men have j V been gathering elnco the time of the robbery 0 74r y Woman Suicide at Niagara of Niagara Falls N YA woman t about 25 years old of refined ap I f pearance Tuesday afternoon walked 1 Into the river about 30 feet above T 1 b i IProspect Point and was swept over a the She left nothing to iden r tify her Seventyfive persons saw the f i suicide to aet IFour Die In Denver Fire i Denver CotFour men lost their I I and a score of persons were int to jured several of them seriously In a r Lfire that ruined the Belmont hotel aI b threestory building at 1723 Stout t street Tuesday morning Crazed with tear and almost suffocated by smoke 4 y r the guests rushed for the windows several of then jumping to the pave IY ment below before firemen and police orYA fire is supposed to have been oi In t cendiary frtgln Af A Three Thousand Seek One Job t II London The number of unem p rj ployed la this city was strikingly lUus tr trated Friday when 3000 men sur I l f rounded and attempted to make their t fi way into a hospital which had adver of ptised for a porter at a wage orUO a t r t 4 veek and meals r r of r r i i Farmer and Wife Drowned 1Yt vs Lansing llchWllllam Gardner a ic farmer and his wife who lived near SId j t i L 1DfMcndale were drowned when a 1 = Ji fliecJ was capsIzed In Grand river b7 warning bn a sunken stump 1II 4 f r i itti l J P f iJ 1t1s It KGJl ti lor 11 1 1i iT t rItII t4rc t J 4 11Li 0 J d f rr t I II A + t WRIGHT BEATS OWN RECORD AEROPLANE GOES 65 MINUTES AND 52 SECONDS TenMile Wind Cause Machine to Pitch But Does Not Stop IU Flight Washington Orvlllc Wright Thurs day broke the worlds record for tlmo anti distance for a heavier thanalr flying miichlno which he established Wednesday In a light requiring great skill on account of a tenmile wind he circled around the drill grounds at Fort Myer 58 times In 65 minutes and G2 seconds exceed Ing the time of Wednesday record flight by three minutes and 37 seconds The flight was witnessed by nearly a thousand people At 5OS Mr Wright signaled C E Taylor his mechanic to release the machine The aeroplane rose from the ground almost Immediately alter leav ing the single starting rail It contin ued to climb higher with each sue cessive round of the field until It reached an altitude of 75 feet For the first 30 seconds the machine flew as smoothly as on Us previous flights but from that time on It was seen to pitch at the turns as the breeze trout the west struck it Whenever the machine pitched It could bo plainly seen from below that It responded promptly to every move of the levers by the operator Ono of Mr Wrights assistants marked the time In largo figures at Intervals on the roof of a shed In order that Mr Wright might see how long he had been In the air A gust of wind unusually strong struck tho aerial flyer during Its fortysecond round and It plunged sharply causing the crowd to exclaim in alarm Mr Wright then brought his machine lower but on the fit tythird round he had reached an altitude of 200 feeL He came down at the northern end of the field at the end of the fiftyeighth round landing easily WashlngtonIna flight lasting ono hour ten minutes and 26 seconds Orvllle Wright Friday surpassed all his exploits for a time and distance flight for a heavlerthanalr machine Two flights were made at Fort Myer Va the first being of ten minutes and 50 seconds duration The test dem onstrated according to the aviators calculation hat the speed of the areoplane during the recordbreaking flights of Wednesday and Thursday was 3955 miles an hourChanges in the aeroplane are to be made HURRICANE RUINS GRAND TURK Gnat Storm In West Indies Costs Many Lives Grand Turk Turks Islaa Is B W L A hurricane of great lary swept over Turks Islands Thursday night and Friday morning andat daybreak the town of Grand Turk wai deva- s1latectA number of livs have been butluat how many cannot be said Grave anxiety 1LfLu PttT r2et5o t tll missioner of Caicps who was makIng- a tour of the Islands when the storm broke Much damage hasbefn done to property here and the streets of Grand Turk area mass of wreckage Trees hare been uprooted portions of build ings blown away and nany houses have been partially wrecked The Haltlen sloop Telegraph which had taken shelter at Hawks Nest foundered with all hands The schoon or Dan Leon belonging to the East Caicos Fiber Company broke away from her anchorage and has not been seen since All the salt lighters which were moored at the riding ground and tha Hawks Nest are missing RECEIVER FOR A BOOTH CO Trouble of Big Concern Caused by Too Great Expansion Chicago A Booth Co the 120GO000 fish game and sea food corporation with branches extend lug from coast to coast passed Into the hands of a receiver late Thursday afternoon On petition qf Alfred E Booth and the Linen Thread Company of New York Judge S H Bethea in the United States circuit court named William J Chalmers president of the Commercial National Safe Deposit Company who took charge of tho companys general office The general assets are placed at 8000000 exclusive ot the companys good will valued at 4000000 and the liabilities according to the bill ap proximate 5600000 Mr Chalmers gave bond for 50000 Too great an expansion of the com panys business and a large amount ot outstanding shorttime notes are tho reasons given for the corporations predicament Ohio Minister Is Jailed Richmond VaRev Leonard W Synder of Norwood 0 was arraigned in the police court here Tuesday fined- U5 and sent to Jail for six months on a charge of disorderly conduct Dreyfus Assailant Acquitted Paris Witli tho acquittal Friday night by a jury In th j assize court of Louts A Gregori who fired upon Maj Dreyfus during tho ceremonies last June Incident to the placing of the ody of Emlle Zola In the Pantheon the Dreyfus affair which has divided France Into two camps for 12 years maybe said to have been burled beyond all possibility ot resurrection Those present gave vent to their feel- Ings according to their political views and the courtroom resounded with hoots and cheers Berthe Clalche to Be Freed Auburn N Y Berthe Clalche a convict in Auburn prison had her ap plication for liberty favorably acted upon by the prison parole board Tues day Berthe Clalche was tried for the shooting of Emlle Gendron in New York city on June 1906 She was convicted and sentenced to serve an Indeterminate term in the womans prison In this city Her story that Gendron had forced her to go upon tho street and barter her womanhood to support him secured for her a large amount of consideration J ITHE CORN RAISERS NIGHTMARE TO JOIN IN GENERAL WAR LABOR MEN TO TAKE PART IN FIGHTING TUBERCULOSIS Announcement Made That American deration Will Join In Fight Agalrit Plague Washington American working men and worklngwomen represented by the American Federation of Labor will cooperate with the coming worlds congress on tuberculosis to prevent tile spread of consumption in work shops homes and public buildings This developed at the session of the executive council ofthe federation when the council decided to assume charge of a mass meeting to be held In connection with tho congress on Sunday October 4 John Mitchell will preside and make an address emphasizing the impor tance to workingmen of the tubercu losis crusade Samuel Gompers pres ident of tho federation will make the principal address The effect of tu- berculosIs upon the workers will be nroved by statistics which show that 25 per cent of all deaths between the ages of 15 and 45 ere due to con sumptionIt decided that the American Federation of Labor make every effort to aid In furthering the movement among the people of our country to s cure legislation for the conservation of our natural resources A resoluUon was adopted to urgently request President Roosevelt to in tervene and prevent the surrender of governmentDlutlonarjr tnavgt of the Battle nW viiM to etoTEfiV a freer form of ovqrnntUik fi t peoPle ot R sf When toe revolution failed he escaPed to tho United States and obtained em ployment which he followed for more than eight months Russian spies in the United States ferreted him out and now demand his extradition KAISER DOESNT ENTER FRANCE ymilam Changes His Mind About Ascending the Hohneck Altenberg Alsace Emperor WIl- lIam disappointed the general expecta tion that he would set foot on French territory Friday In the course of a sightseeing trip along the Vosges range The French authorities forwarded his majesty a hearty invita tion tQ do so and had made every preparation to welcome the Imperial vis- Itor He had intended to ascend the Hohneck the highest point In this vicinity which is situated in French territory From It a splendid view may be had of Remlremout and the valley of the Mosello river Emperor William arrived hero late in the after noon and decided not to proceed across the frontier Commodities Clause Hit Philadelphia The commodities clause of the Hepburn railroad act was Thursday declared to bo uncon stitutional by the United States cir cuit court for the eastern district of Pennsylvania Judges Gray and Dallas agreed In an opinion covering 75 typewritten pages that the clause is un constitutional Judge Buffington die Rented but die eat file an opinion Cans Beaten by Nelson Colma Arenit San Francisco Bat ling Nelson clinched his claim to the lightweight pugilistic championship by defeating Joe Gans for the second time at Colma arena Wednesday aft ernoon The fight ended In the twen tyfirst round when Gans beaten down by a succession of blows from his sturdy conqueroi failed to get upon his feet withIn the count of ten Indicted for Arson In New Orleans New Orleans Julius LIpps man ager Abe Wolf secretary and treasurer of the Central Glass company of New Orleans and John Eckert an employe of that company were indicted by the grand jury Wednesday night on the charge ot arson in con nection with a fire which about ten days ago burned over a portion of three blocks In thd business section of New Orleans causing a loss of 1600000 The fire originated In the building that was occupledby the Cen tral Glass company Boasts of Leading Lynchers Memphis TennA special from Ox ford Miss quotes former United States Senator W V Sullivan as tot lows with reference to tho lynching Tuesday night 1 led the mob which lynched Nelse Patton and Im proud of It I directed every movement of the mob and I did everything I could to see that ho was lynched lie cut a white womans throat And a negro Of cource I wanted him lynched I dont care what investigation Is made or what are the consequences I lorD willing to stand them YS DELAY IN BIG LABOR CASEI Legal Proceedings Against Gompers and Others Are Postponed Washington The ceedings against President Samuelt Gompers Secretary Frank Morrison and John Mitchell of the American Federation of Labor In which they were charged with contempt of the supreme court of the District pf Colum bia on account of acts and utterances apropos of the judgment of that court directing them to cease publishing tho name of the Bucks Stove k Range company in their We dont patronize list were virtually postponed for two weeks after a brief hearing Wednes day Justice Gould of the supreme court presided The postponement was taken at the Instance of counsel for the stove com pany and In opposition to the ex pressed wishes of Mr Gompers and his associates who complained ot the delay as expensive and unnecessary It was stated on behalf of the com pany however that It would be neces- Sary to examine witnesses as to the issues made by the petition and the answers and Justice Gould saying that he saw no necessity for great haste and urging the desirability of affording both sides a full opportunity to be heard grunted the request He appointed an examiner to take testi mony gave each side 30 days and an nounced his own willingness to sit in the case after the facts shall have been ascertained BISHOP SPALDING RESIGNS H adof Peoria DiOcese Retires Because of l Health b4 nT611mriatlot of ittRev John Lancaster SpalnTng Dishop of the diocese of Peoria was officially announced from his residence Thurs day In the following note Bishop Spaldlng having been lit for Bishop John LSpaldlnI three years and a half and foreseeing that somo years must elapse before be has hope to resume active duty in the diocese of Peoria has after due con sideration resolved to tender his resignation as bishop of Peoria to Pope Piux X The bishop Is now In his sixtyninth year and still suffers from the paralysis which brought him near to death Deposit Guaranty Law Upheld Guthrie OklaTho supreme courtt Thursday upheld tho validity of the depositors guaranty law denying theIInjunction prayed by the Noble State bank to restrain the state from levyJ Ing a one per cent assessment upon the deposits of tho bank It was con tended that the law is unconstitutional in that it levies on and takes private property without consideration On this point Judge Huston in the Logan cqunty district court overruled the bank and denied an Injunction the case then being appealed Young Wife Commits Suicide Seattle WashrMrs John Davis adealersby taking carbolic acid She was 23ayears old he Is 38 and they had been married only since March 15 last Paper Mill Men on Strike vMllllnccket Me Responding to n telegram from their union headquafr ters the 1200 men employed in the mills of the Great Northern Paper Company here and at East Mllllnockct went on strike Friday- WellKnown Alaskan Killed Seattle WashDr Cabell White head general manager of the Peninsula railroad in Alaska is deadI In Some as the result of an accident The car In which Dr Whltehead wasI riding was overturned and he fell Into a shallow pool of water and was drowned nSanSan Francisco Philip Lllienthal manager of the AnsoCallfornla bank of this city was Ruled Tuesday ere nlng In an automobile accident i PALL FROM FOREST FIRES CLOUDS CITIES HUNDREDS OF MILES DISTANT Lake Traffic Seriously Impeded By SmokeEnormous Damage Done In North and West Chicago HI Sept HA territory Including 300000 square miles or seven tliiieo the area of the state of Ohio Is overhung with tho most to mnrknble pall of smoke experienced In the history of this part of the coun tryOld residents of Chicago have seen nothing like It since the big flro ol 1871 which laid waste 200000000 worth of property In this city and they confess that the smoke of those days covered only a limited territory compared with that affected by the destructive forest fires in Minnesota Michigan nod Wisconsin In the last few days Iji Chicago the pall reached its greatest density Sunday after thick ening perceptibly for nearly a week Similar reports conic from Milwaukee Detroit Cleveland nnd other cities lo cated from f 00 to 800 miles from the center of the ravishing flames Lake navigation has been made dangerous and the same caution Is ex erclsed by navigators as In times 01 heavy fog- Added to the haze was the sharp odor Suntlny of smoke from burning trees and grass There was no mis taking the smell With Chicago several hundred miles from the scene of the advancing fires it may be Im agined what must be tho discomfort neIghborhood HReporlsSII11ttnNorrIs in the eastern part of the county Is in danger from forest fires A crowd of men has been working like Trojans all dny to save the village A large ditch has been thrown up around the village All trains were several hours late Sunday because of the inability of engineers to see the track ahead and run safely on account of the dense smoke A pall of smoke has covered the city nearly all day It was so dense Sunday morning that street car tiafflc was Interrupted Railroad men say that the woods are nil afire between this city and Eland Junction Scores of small towns are in danger The loss In the county wilt be the heaviest In years not excepting tho fires In 1892 and 1893 and the total in this county alone is put at 500000 Th total In Northern Wisconsin Is estimated at from 2000000 to 5000000 WRECKER DITCHES TRAIN TwentySeven Person Injured Near Meadvllle Pa TraInfoNew York Albany and Boston duo to arrive here at 2 a mwas ditched five mllen south of this city Sunday morn Ing Twentyseven passengers the severelyInjuredcover The causo of the accident was glvci by the officials of the road as the turning of the switch by wreckers 1he entire train left the rails and that the death list does not reach at least 50 seems almost a miracle The train was 15 minutes late It had left Amasa the first tatlon below Mead operatorbetweenAfter the train left Amasa the dispatchers here were at a loss to account for the nonappearance of the train and It was some time before word was received that It had been specialtraInTho Injured were brought to this hospitalThe Dloodboundsthe wrecker The property loss was 25000 Excursionists Injured in Collision otlivesLakeShorewhen an excursion train filled with Indlanjans was In a rearend collision ladTheoclock and was overtaken by another secondtrainIt was too late to avoid tho crash A number of passengers sup wereInjuredFear an Uprising orderstroops to the Mexican border Mexico uprisInganniversary this week Nabbed tho Banker I4DetectivesSunday tohavend a half ago with about 100000 be longing to depositors EmbassyWashlnston burglarsThurstinySunday All that Is mIssing Is inoey- and some Jewelry the property of Miss Clara Guilds tho housekeeper The French Satisfied 4 wIjichMiilaicorp at Tangier in which he binds himself to recognize the engagements made by his brother Abd El Ads Is regarded here as satisfactory by the French officials Brewery Workers Meet New York Sept HTho 17th an un convention of the United Brew Workers of America assembled preumlloary a rrJ JL w4 t t P iE IL Kentucky Gleanings Most Important News Gathered From All Parts nr of the State k 4 BIG CEMENT PLANT BURNSI Blaze Started In Kiln that Spread RapI idlyLoss 200000 Louisville KyThe plant of the Kosniosdalo Cement Co at Kosmos dale 17 miles from this city suffered a loss of 200000 by fire The blaze originated In the coal bin of the kiln where a constant heat of 1800 degrees Is maintained Five raw mills the power house and the kilns were razed An Illinois Central engine darted In and out amid the burning buildings and took out to safety thousands of barrels of cement There were 300 men at work In the plant which has a working force of 500 when the fire began and General Manager C M Du sItu sent the alarm into tie city and by the time the department respond ed the flames were leaping skyward to the southwest and could easily be seen hereThe buildings were constructed of solid concrete The plant Is the largest in the south and Is worth ninny millions of dollars FOR LIFE Widow of Brewer Kellner Gets the Benefit of His Estate Louisville Ky Typically the will af a homo man was the testament of John P Kellner the late brewer probated here It disposes of about 200000 worth of cst areIAfter having appointed his widow Mary F Kellner executrix with Frank Fchr and Louis Seelbach as her helpers Kellner decides that it will be too much trouble for her and names Philip Sengel trustee and executor with full right to act with majority stockholders of the various breweries in which Kellner holds Interest The widow gets the estate for life with ii few provisions for the children when they come of age In the event Mrs Kellner remarries she is to get a dower while the testator provides that the daughters at the expense of the estate may live In the family reel dence Elect New Officers Tlopklnsvillc KyA complete change of officers for tho Christian county executive committee of the Planters Protective Association was made at the election held Tho old officers refused to stand for reelection and the growers elected Dr J L Bar R H McGaugheln vice chairman 51 B King secretary Crops Injured By Drouth Paducah Ky Reports from all sections of Western Kentucky Indicate that late corn tobacco and forage crops have been materially Injured by the drouth The corn crop was excep tionally late on account of the wet spring ann the general rush ojpt ting in toiacco Educational Commission Meets Frankfort KyTho Kentucky edu cational commission created by the last legislature for the purpose of revising the school laws met here and Superintendent of Instruction Crabbe submitted a bill that will be recommended to the next general assembly for passage To Transform Wharf Into Playground Louisville Ky Members of the Womans Outdoor Art League have un dertaken to make a park of tbq local wharf This is to be repaved with granite blocks by order of the city and the league Is to erect summer houses for the river children to play In Kentucky Fugitive Taken Seattle Latlmer D Carter who Is wanted at Louisville Ky for the em bezzlement of 60000 from the estate of George L Douglass deceased was arrested at Georgetown His arrest here was caused by W Rankin of Louisville who traced him here Rider Victim Driven From State Paducah KyHenry Bennett a tobacco buyer and fanner of Dycusburg Crlttenden county who was unmercifully whipped by night riders a few months ago has moved to Indiana and will flIp suit against his alleged assail ant for damages In the U S Court Record For Whisky Louisville KyRecords for five years were broken by the local inter nat revenue collections Out of a total of 84000 whisky alone netted 61000 while the day next in whisky collections was November 25 1903 which totaled 57000 Money and Home Burn Newport lCyThe twostory frame houso of Joseph Zeis a farmer at Brent Ky was destroyed llvlugI About 400 in money which tho house was also destroyed The partIIylnDr Durham AcittedI purhamlthe aeIIlulttcdofOrdinance SI djLouisville Ky Mayor Grinstead signed the ordinance appropriating 25t00 to the University of Louisville This will be made yearly Pro Patter son will act as dean and the outlook is considered bright for the institution Paint Lick Threatened By Blaze Lexington Ky Paint Lick In Gar yard county about twelve miles from Lancaster suffered a disastrous fire Seven stores one hotel ono bank the American tobacco warehouse tele phone exchange and other buildings were burned Loss 100000 McPherson at Head of League Louisville KyCol Ernest McPher Hon has been mode executive head of the Civil Liberty League here The organization plans in October to have 20000 ijeoplo In line declaring for perI srual liberty tenets i jt SITUATION SERIOUS IWATER Supply on Hand For Fire Protection KcntuckJIsyears and unless there Is rain In iv few days the crops ot all descriptions will be badly damaged Tho supply of stock water on the farms has been exhausted and farm ers are forced to haul water for long distances North Elkhorn creek Is dry for the flrst tlmo in many years and many wells and cisterns have suddenly gone dry The towns of Danville Winchester and Richmond have denied the cltl zen further use of the water supply saving It in case of fire and they must resprt to cisterns and wells V Corn hemp and tobacco are suffer ing the worst Fires along tho rail 1 roads are destroying much fencing and valuable trees Change Made In the State Board Lexington KyThe state board of control of charitable institutions at a 4 meeting here made the following elec tlons for terms of four years R F McMlchael Jr Lexington steward of IfllfortE Rcnderm Brownsville second as iIJalumni physician at asters asylum Lexington transferred to same posi tlon in Western asylum HopklnsviltS f 1Dr C A Nevett of Mead county Fo bo first assistant at Eastern aSylum Dr W E Gardner first assistant phy fstcian at Lakeland asylum George C Caywood of Rowan county was reo elected secretary of the board The appointments are effective October L Revision of School Laws Urged Frankfort Kyono of the most Im port ant bills that will come before thO next Kentucky legislature is that pro vldlng for the revision of the school laws At the meeting of the educa tlonal commission held here at which the organization took place a bilL containing eight chapters was recom i mended by Superintendent Crabbe and was referred to the various commit tees who will make some kind of a re r port on Its provisions at the meeting of the commission here on1 Septem her 28 Petitions Being Drawn Frankfort Ky Petitions are being r drawn by Judge Louis McQuown and Gay Bpckham to mandamus Auditor f James to Issue warrants in favor of the Western Normal schools at Bowl Ing Green for 30000 warrants IB fa1 t a vor of 20000 of the appropriation and 5000 due on buildings forth Eastern t Kentucky Normalschool at Richmond 4 and warrants for 20000 btthg appro l t priatlon nd 2000 for bnltdlhgH Wgr favor cwValSte uivnty atLLtLington rInloulsvllle KyMpKinbey Memorial riday was celebrated here by a union service in the First Christian church ro The McKinley Memorial association passed carnations about the great con gregation In honor of the martyr pres J ident and Rev Dr Henry Alfred Porter delivered the eulogy Quarreled Over a Hog Lexington I ylIarry Gay colored went to the home of Isaac crralso colored to demand possession of a hog In this dispute Gay pulled a revolver and said he would pay with the contents Carr responded with a load of buckshot killing Gay instantly Found Dead In a Chair Lexington ylIenry T Mulr 49 V a farmer and wholesale Ice cream man y i utacturer complaining of being tired sat In a chair at the colored talri grounds When an effort was made to rouse him it was found that he was dead i IWill Hold Primary i4I Frankfort l rA primary has been icalled in Anderson countyto be hejd November 7 for the purpose of noml p natlng a candidate for senator on the democratic ticket for the 23th district Representative E Dowllng is a canIi didate Railroads Compelled To Haul Water f Louisville KyDrought conditions 1t In the sections between Louisville and Cincinnati and Louisville and Paris f have reached such proportions that the frailroads have been hauling water y j from here to Slielbyvllle for their en sines 1 Hii i Mlnottl 17 was found by the side of the Norfolk Western railroad track r one mile from this place at an early Yi jiVIaI Residence and Barn Burned Lexington KyFire destroyed the 1tresidence and barn on tho place of lJudge Nelson of Winchester located t J at the corner of the Bryan station anti 4X Chllesburg pikes entailing a lossAabout 7000 V3 I lfGovernor Thought Him Innocent Frankfort KyGov Willson pardoned Adam Damron of Pike county lisentenced to the peuiiteutlary for ono year on the charge of receiving stolen j property Gov Willson says be thinks 3 Damron Is Innocent via Brick Dormitory Will Be ErectfJ 1 I Frankfort KyThe state board of 4 4lion ftory and laundry for the Institution n for toe feeble minded children In this ll city to a Louisville flnnt at a cost of J 40000 Riders Rob Church Mayfleld IyAftethechurch for sleeping ap rtm of night riders broke o glass and robbed the entIaf1an stored for communion nllngtdn a small village nearVMas y rj liiiJ 4f 1t It BYEAmEj1 4 I 4dY Wt1lcarr- J Wtt flr nWrJt WWCJW w fISVNOPSIS Olin Dudley arrived In San Francisco to Join his friend and distant relative x Henry Wilton whom ho was to assist In an important and mysterious task and who accompanied Dudley on tim femr boat Into city The re- markableI resemblance of tim two men Sfii U noted and commented on by passen gers on tim ferry They see a man with I nake eyp1I which sends a thrlll through udlcy Wilton postpones an explanation I performSW know It is one of no ordinary meaning 4i vnton leaves Giles In their room with Instruction to await his return Hardly Sit tas ha One than Giles Is startled by a e cry of Help Dudley Is smnmoneil to the morgue and there find tho dead body of his friend Wilton And explainingwiJterform In San Francisco In order to discover the secret mission his friend hod entrusted to him Dudley continues hU dlsculso and permits himself to be known ss Henry VII ton Dudley mliitakcn for employed by Knapp to assist In stock broknrapo deal Giles Dudley nnnds himself closeted In a room with Mother Horton who makes a confidant I of him He can learn nothing about tile f l mystrrlous boy further than that It Is I Tim Terrlll and Darby Meeker who are after him He Is told that Dicky Nahl I Is a traitor playing both hands In the rat knowledge of theIi sv stricken eauty of Luella I hterS IS the note was 1ere IS f ith four guards iarkhouae tUiURh and Porter j there Is to be no trouble about hoc all expenses will be paid the I ttho guards being bv one 1 S wchmond The body of henry Wilton I committed to the vault Dudley re tponds to a note and visits Mother Bor ton In company with Pollceman Corson hnappIbored Mrs Dower Slumming tour tripIthe party is being shadowed by Terrill 4 CHAPTER XVi Continued Oh Isnt it sweet So charming cried Mrs Bowser as wo came Into full view of the scene and crossed the1 P invisible line that carries one from modern San Francisco into the an I cleat oriental city instinct with for piga1 life that goes by the name of 1Ii Chinatown Sordid and foul as it up- t 2 4peare by daylight there was a charm and romance to it under tho lantern- pfhtB that softened tho darkness JI Crowds of Chinese hurried along the streets loitered at corners gathered about points of Interest but it seemed as though it was all one man repeated over and over Why theyre all alike exclaimed IitriBowser How do they ever tell each other apart I Oh thats alsy enough maam re plied Corson with a twinkle in his eye They tie a knot In their pig wtifeV and thats they way you knowe lr JLaws you doi ly said Mrs TIojuUUCI dOT never tolJll J It a stranso rn tn1tJK fe said t Mtc UiirJjirter Dont you Had it almost Impossible1 to distinguish between their 7fo tell you the truth tor no said c Corses Its a trick of the eye with you sor lt you was to be hero with T JJ fwn for a month or two youd niyer Shiak there waa two of em alike Theres as much dldifference betwixt toao and another as with any two white men I was bike you at first CSSys to meself that theyre as like as two pease But now look at those t TheyreinoMr Wilson here caa tell you sor The difference between the two f Chinese faIJ dto Impress me but I was mindful of my reputation as an I v id resident Oh yes a very marked contrast iP I said promptly just as I would hava sworn that they were twins If Corson 4If had suggested It Very remarkable said Mr Carter sdubl usly la and out we wound through thee t olm talcIQthe falrylard that f stretched away gay with lanterns and r t tl strange crowds changing at t f i t r iIt4 wo came nearer to a tawdry I t I cheap dirty and heavy with ijJdOrs Here was a shop where Ivory I Ird t la delicate carvings bronze work that 3 showed the patient handicraft and gro I I j tesquefancrof the oriental artist lay- porcelains fine and l V coarse decorated with tho barbaric rf taste In form and color that rules the I 4 art of the ancient empire Jfeztthe rich shop was a low den from whose h open door poured fumes of tobacco i and opium and in whose misty depths 44 figures of bloused little men huddled 4 t Jtables and swayed hither and r thither The click of dominoes the rattling of sUcks and counters and the l 1 4 excited cries of men rose from the t IS U ronl I f fti Theyre the biggest gamblers the t 4 Odd Nick Ivor had to his hand said trt Corson thya isnt one of em down there that YQJJut bet the coat off his nbaCf60 j Dear me how dreadful said Mrs A 9Y3owser And do we have to go down f ntp that horrible hole and how can = e ever get out with our lives VWere not going down there ft ilIvi maam Interrupted Corson shortly where ncxt asked Luella r t SI t And The question was addressed to the policeman not to me Except for a f formal greeting when he had met Lu r 1ella had spoken no word to mo during 14 ftOJ the J o l 5 rthe biggest jbashouso In 1 iJ Mtown said Corson Wo might as J i well tee It now as any time tfl a 1 Oh do let us see those delightfully t horrible Idots cried iirs Bowler i The policeman led the way into the t 4 j tt diiniy lighted building that served aft I a temple lfe lingered a moment by the door to If u g see that all my parity passed In = t r Theres Wainwright whispered r hp1 ro porter who closed the procession tzifrS Where I asked a dim remem t bruce of the mission on which l had t 5J sent him Jn pursuit of the snakeeyed i j Iwi r man giving the information a sinister J l Jtwt tf er gave a chirrup and Wlln 1r iI i1 JrJg t halted at the door t J o t ft lit Nf J J P 7 ii k 1 i fr VX tIi r7i j J f I j rSr p 1 thl rtJ 1 FT it r s 10 I ir1t tIiTot 4 4J 4 rRLIDIEID cDJ EJYB5 ocnurr wrfl rflwn ww ur MflJtWLnjrtflflflaW Hes just passed up the alley here said Wainwright in a low voice Who Terrill I asked Yes said Wainwright Ive kept him in sight all the evening Hasnt ho seen you I asked Porter I spied you as soon as you turned the cornerDont know said Wainwright but somethings up There ho goes now I mustnt miss him And Wainwright was off The presence of Terrlll gave me somo tremors of anxiety for I knew that his unscrupulous ferocity would stop at nothing Then I reflected that the presence of Doddrldgo Knapps daughter was a protection against an attack from Doddridgo Knapps agents and I followed the party into the heathen temple without further apprehensionsThe was small and the dim religious light gave an air of mystery to the ugly figure of the god and the trappings of the place Thats one of tho richest carvings ever brought into this country said Corson pointing to a part of the altar mounUnGNTln thousand dollars wouldnt touch one side of it Dowserjwhite oulJNUCZH779E7jlOE OE27L1iJ2OlF stuff burning for a disinfectant She pointed to numerous pieces of punk such as serve the small boy on the Fourth of July that were consum lag slowly before the ugly joss No maamnot but they needs It all right enough said Corson but thats the hay then way of sayin your prayersThis Information was so astonishing that Corson was allowed to finish his explanation without further remarks from Mrs Dowser Ill show you the theater next said he as he led the way of the temple with Mrs Dowser giving her views of tile picturesque heathen In questions that Corson found no break in the conversation long enough tp answer As I lingered for a moment in some depression of spirit waiting for the others to file out a voice that thrilled me spoke In my ear Our guide is enjoying a great fa vor It was Luella noticing me for the first time lnce the expedition had started lIe has every reason to be delighted I returned brightening at the favor I was enjoying Foreign travel Is said to be of great value in education said Luella tak- InG my arm but its certainly stupid at times 1 suspected that Mr Carter bad not been entirely successful in meeting Miss Knapps Ideas of what an escort should be 1 didnt suppose you could find any thing stupid I said- I am intensely interested she re torted l unfortunately the list of subjectS has come to an end You might have begun at the begin ning again He did she whlspercdso 1 thought it time he tried the guide or Aunt Julia Thank you I said Thank him you mean she said gaily Now dont be stupid yourself so please change the subject Do you knowshe continued without giving me time to speak that the only way I can be reconciled to this place anti the sights we have seen Is to imagine I am in Canton or Peking thousands of miles from home Seen there it is Interesting Instructive naturala part of the people As A part ot San Francisco It Is only vile Come this way said Corson halt ing with the party at one of the doors Ill show you through some of the j f j fiJ wJocy 1 j L tr 31Y Ptfti 1tVf r opium dens and that will bring us to the stage door of the theater How closo and heavy tho air Is said Luella as wo followed the wind lug passage in tho dim Illumination that came from an occasional gas jot or oil lamp The yellow man Is a firm believer fn tho motto Ventilation Is time root of all evil I admitted Tho tunics of tobacco and opium were heavy on tho air antI a moment Uter cauio on a cluster of small roms or dene fitted with couches and hunks It needed no description to rcako tho purpose plain The wholo pocess of intoxication by opium was bdfore me from the heating of the metal pipe to tho final stupor that Is tnt gift and end of the Ulack Smoke HeVe was a coolie mixing tho drug there Just beyond him was another drnwlng whiffs from the bubbling liar colic through tho bamboo handle of his pipe there still beyond was an otter lying back unconscious half clo3 repulsive a very sorry reality In dcrd to time gorgeous dreams that are refuted to follow in tho train of the seCuctlvo pipe Tills Is depressing said Luella wlh a touch on my arm Lots go on Turn to tho right there Corson called out as wo led time way while ho was explaining to Mr Carter time method of smoking Let us get whore tImers is somo air suit Luella This odor Is sick enng We hastened on and turning to tho rlfibt soon came on two passages One lol up a stair hidden by a turn after half a dozen steps The other stretched 50 or 75 feet before us and ai oil lamp on a brackett at tho farth er end gave a smoky light to tho pass ago and to a mean little court on which it appeared to open We had better wait for the rest said Luella cautiously As she spoke one of the doors to ms77iE Ithat ward the farther end of the passage swung back and a tall heavy figure came out My heart gave a great bound and I felt without realizing it at the moment that Luella clutched my arm fiercely In the dim light the figure was the figure of the Wolf the head was the bead of the Wolf and though no light shone upon It the face was the face of the Wolf livid distorted with an ger fear and brutal passions Doddridge Knapp1 exclaimed and gave a step forward It flashed on me that one mystery was explained I had found out why the Doddridgo Knapp of plot and coun terplot and the Doddlrdge Knapp who was tho generous and confidential em ployer could dwell in the same body ihe King of the Street was a slave of the Black Smoke and like many an other went mad under the Influence Of the subtle drug As I moved forward Luella clung to me and gave a low cry The Wolf And Now Uncle Hezeklah Is Down on Washington Officials By gosh but Uncle Hezeklah Is down on them Washington officials said the old farmer with the big scythe What Is the trouble In quired the windmill repairer Why you see them Washington folks sent out a circular saying that skeeters could be killed with kerosene What happened then Most ev erything happened stranger most everything You see Uncle Hozekiah tried the experiment He hunted around half the morning and broke his suspenders before be could ketch a live skeeter Then when be did ketch one he took him out In the yard and ducked his head dpwri in a big can of keroseue While Undo Hezeklah was bending over the sun reflected through the corker of his spectacles and set fire to the oil Before Uncle Hezeklah could get away Is burned off half bis whiskers and exploded his ce t4if frJf + 4 1 figure threw one niallgiiniit look it ut and was gone Take me home oh take mo home cried Luella In low suppressed tonlI trembling anti hnlffnlltng I put my linn about her to support her What Is IU I nsktul She loaned upon mo for one mo ment and time black walls and gloomy passage liecamc a pio Illled with flowers Then her strength mill resolution returned and she shook herself tree Come let us go back to the oth ers sue said a little unsteadily Wo should not have heft them Certainly I replied They ought to bo here by this time Hut as wo turned a sudden cry sounded as of an order given There was a bang of WOOl and a click of metal mill as we looked wo saw that unuccii hands had closed time way to our return A barred anti Ironbound door was locket In our faces CHAPTER XVIII The Battle In the Maze For an Instant I was overwhelmed with terror and selfreproach The bolted door before mo gave notice of danger as plainly as though the word lied been painted upon Its front Tho dark and lowering walls of tho pass age In which tho Wolf llKiro of Dodd ridge Knapp had appeatM1 anti disap peared whispered thmratit And I in my oily and cart vrtness had brought Luella Knapp Into this place and exposed her to the dangers that encircled me It was this thought that for the moment unnerved pie What does this meanT naked Lu ella In a matteroffact tone It is a poor practical Joke I fear said I lightly I took occasion to shift a revolver to my overcoat pocket Well arnt you golnffto get mo out of hero site asked with a little sug gestion of impatience That Is my present Intention I re plied beating a tattoo on the door Youll hurt your fists she said You must find some way bides beating It down Im trying to bring our frfftnda here said I They should have been with us before now Isnt there another way out rked LuellaI there are a good ffiny ways out I replied but unfortunately I dont know them And I gave a few resounding kicks on the door Where does this stairway go I wonder said Luella It cant be the way out Isnt there another We might try the passage She gave a shudder and shrunk to ward me No no she cried In a low voice Try the door again Somebody mutt hear yqu and It may be opened I followed her suggestion with r rain of kicks emphasized with a shout that made the echoes ring gloomily in the passage I heard in reply a sound of voicEs and then an answering shout and the steps of men running Are you there Mr Wilton cried the voice of Corson through the door Yes all safe I answered Well just hold oh a bit and well r The rest of hls seGcnJ wus teat In a suppressed scream from Luella I turned and darted before her just in time to face three Chinese ruffians who were hastening down the passage The nearest of the trloa tall dark savage with a deep scar across his check was just reaching out his hand to seize Luella when I sprang fqrward and planted a blow square upon his chin Ho fell back heavily lifted almost off his feet by and lay like a log on the tIoorIThe other two ruffians halted irreso lute for an Instant and I drew my revolver Their wish seemed to be to take mo alive It possible After a moment of hesitation there was a muttered exclamation and one of the des peradoes drew lila hand from his blouse Oh cried Luella Hes got r knife Before he could make another movement L fired once twice three times There was a scramble and scuffle in the passageway and the smoke rolled thick in front blotting out the scene that had stood in sl boucttte before us Fearful of a rush from the Chinese I threw one arm about Luella and keeping my body between her and possible attack guided her to the stair that led upward at nearly right angles from the passage She was trembling and her breath came short but her spirit had not quailed She shook herself free as I placed her on the first stepHave you killed them sho asked quietlyI so I replied looking cau tiously around time corner to see the results of my fusillade The smoke had spread into a thin haze through the passageTO BK CONTINUED Experiment Was a FailureInliod collar And worst of all Uncle Hozekiah Isnt sure whether the plicetor waS killed or not Lost a Good Thing Formerly a telephone had stood on the bracket In the corner The bracket bad been made expressly for the phone It had been so exceedingly convenient to call up her friends that the women Immediately noticed the change for on time bracket In place of time telephone stood a statuette that she didnt much care for What have you done with it site asked of them The company tried to collect the bill they said 1 am sorry the woman sighed because at that mo meat she thought of about a dozen to whom she would have liked to telephone So are nil our friends said they pointedly Tools Made of Glass Squares triangles and similar lot plemeiits used by draftsmen are now made of glass li rZ a It EFFECTS OF TYPE ERRORS Were Frequent In Days When Setting Was Done by Hand THtKniiiliji error that produced wfelnl or comical enVitn ure described by the HI Louis Itnpubllc In an arllclo rccullliiK the ilayn wluii all of that tiowspnprrH lye was SCL by liand before tin Introduction of typesetting niiichliiDK when UK copy Instead of IKIIIR typewritten was turned over to the pi Inter In an Infinite variety of Rood bad anti Indliteroiit chlrography Comparatively few of tlm errors were allowed to contribute to the gay ety of the HiiliMcrlliers as the major ity wero Hiiiulclicd In time house of correction as the proof room was facetiously termed Front a collec tion made liy a proofreader the fol lowing liiHlmiccs of ridiculous inlpreud lug of cONOJlII Dikeu ills blushing bride whs trans formed Into his Iii list erimig bride A captain said to have served with destruction In the confederate army but time writer thought he wrote distinction Two pictures entitled The Galley Slave anti Koch In Their Turn wore referred to as The Galley Love and Knocli In Shin Town Having In irltid time Influence of for mer citizens of the land of time sham rock tipoti the political destinies of the town what mure natural than that tin prinlotrjiitn MuniM HI UII an Irish district court where It had been the First district court Prof Frank leeks was mentioned as liavhiK rendered violent selec tions rather than violin selections Somebody Will quoted as saying that Jill the flnglng folks on the vau dovlllo stage Iran hundreds of wives but the copy when carefully exam- Ined was found to read husbands and wives and a sensation in the the atrlcal world was averted They sailed for three days around the cape anti flimsily slaughtered a small Italian was corrected to read sighted a small Island On one occasion the reporter wrote of certain dwarfed and hungered children who wore made to appear Ilerhalls more pathetic when the com positor substituted the words doorfed and haggard He takes delight In talking on his family tthame was a shameful thing to tiny about him for favorite theme was meant lied Cross Society Will Fight Cor bett was the way the typesetter transformed the copy concerning a cru sade against cholera Birds with Lamps As we rowed softly In the still cold nlglftsaltl a nature student we saw a number of faint blurs of light along thIIbore They were like fairy lamps that had been swathed In some sort of gauze asked myWhatguide Thems kingfishers aflsblnV nut the lights The lights is the phosphorescence on the birds breasts said the old hunter In the soft down on a king flsheru brpaet there Is a phosphor escence thu tgt Vlu the dirk The bird Is tawure of this here natural light o hisu iud he uses it He stands on the dge o the stream the same ns them tel ers there puttin his breast to the water an the faint light draws the fish to him consumed with dltncultlnplcklnan family A Pertinent Query Eflie time little daughter ofaclergr nuin pranced Into her fathers study one evening while the reverend gentleman was preparing ti lengthy sermou for the following Sunday She looked curiously at the manu script for a moment and then turned to her father Papa she began seriously does God tell you what to write Certainly dearie replied the clergyman Then why do you scratch so much ont ouU asked ERie Musical Telegraph Wires Telegraph wires may be defended from the musical standpoint The sound they make In often curious and beautiful as everybody knows who has jiitt an ear to one of the great posts by the highway when tho wind Is twanging through halt a hundred wires overhead Saturday Review Still Using Hand Labor Ju China there are match factories at which only hand labor Is employed One of them at Hsleh Chang has 600 workers 400 of whom are women MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Sept 12 CATTLB Kxtra 5 85 fp Oil CALVES Extra g T 75 HOGSChoice 7 15 ip 7 20 SHEEP Extra S IJV vt 7r JIBS Soring 85 tJ GO fLOUR Spring vat 5 85 fl r 10 110If 79IIABUTTblH Dairy 16 17 EGGS Per doz tJ 23 APPLES Choice 3 00 if POTATESPer bu SO JTOBACCOBimrlcy 83 12 00 8 22 50 CIZICA- C0HEATXo 2 red 98 S9H CORN No 2 mixed SO 80 OATS No 2 mixed 51 52 POUK Prime mess 14 LARD Prime S2 NEW YORK FLOUR Win patent Co35 j 5 75 04conxxoOArSXo 2 mixed 53 1 54 PORK Prime mess18 00 t1S 50 LARD Steam 1U 05 10 15 DALTIMO- nZVIIFATNo 2 red 9H 83Y1OATSXoLOUISVILLE WHEAT No 2 red 98 831OATSXoHAY Cb timothy 11 50 ffj12 00 HOGS Extra 6 25 7 05 IARD Steam i7J S 00 INDUNArOMS CATTLE Prime 5 50 fu 7 10 HOGS Exlia 0 85 tlJ 7 15 SHEEP XII 4 00 ft 450 j r A 2 fiqip 3 rA49 J Round the Capital fH Information and GSlJp Up Here d There In WaahmgtonI t f Husky Babies Is Aim of Uncle Sam f rr Sam wants WASIlINOTONtTncle of babies one that shall be of beef and brawn nerve and muscle Anti he has set about It in a businesslike way In time first place tlJebureauof chemistry of time department of agri culture under the direction of Harvey IL Wiley will timid out what foods now prepared for Infants are really foods If It Is dlscoxured that they aro not foods at all but cracked bran anti canned mustard poultices there will be trouble After time lesults of the Inquiry is concluded mothers will be sent lists of foods proper for time use of babies Front physicians manufacturers anti specialists in childrens diseases there will be collected data tending to show lime causes which render chit dren III pnd then they will be asked to give Information based on their years of experience which will advise time proper sort of nourishment and treatment for children not only to avoid dlsuase but to build better ba bies Dr Wiley believes that in a few years ho will see the results of his i a town Is to bo subjected to one tho most thorough houseclean Ing operations that have ever been performed hereabouts and it is the belief of those who will have the job In charge that the old town will be quite a decent and sweet smelling place t01l01n after tho cleaning process has been completed Those of Uncle Sams sanitary corps who make a specialty of saul tary problems will be given a free hand with to go as fitras- they like The reason for so much activity on the part if those Interested in the health m V good citizens of Wash ington eport In the Canal Zone Record v h shows that while tho- r lvenf ft and Humidity in th i T and are about as rural carriers are not to be attractive to wom en and the postoffice does not encourage their as such but an Increasing number are In vading the rural delivery field Some are regular carriers Assistant Postmaster General De Graw Is authority for the statement that when women obtain lilaces as rural carriers they Invariably accept cheerfully the hardships that accom pany the work in had conditions of road and weather An example of this enthusiasm Is shown In a report received at tho de partment of the case of Miss Lenna Sennot who is the substitute carrier Mehmed AH Bey deposed minister was compelled to leave with Homer Davenport the horse loving cartoonist his prize Ara bian steed in order to obtain funds with which to leave America Is the story made public here by a friend of the Heeing minister Furthermore It is stated that this final sacrifice came only after the min- Ister had vAInly appealed to a wealthy New York cigarette for a loan ot2000 who a few months before had been presented with a mate to the Davenport horse at the suggestion of Mundjt Dey consul gen eral at New York When Mehmed All Bey reached this country a year ago he brought with him two Arabian horses valued at 10000 each One of time Schlnasl brothers wealthy cigarette manufac turers of New York is said to have expressed a to buy one of them for 12000 Mehmed All Bey laughed at the offer Arabian horses are not so easy to obtain in America Soon after tho minister reached Mundjl Boy according to the story told by time chagrined miniS- ter afterward suggested that he make 1 gift of the horse to the New Yorker nd the gift was made A few days ago Mehmed All received his recall He was stranded Naturallr the thought of a loan from the New York cigarette occurred to him Lend me 2000 until I see my father who as you know is wealthr he WIt Hal known that your horse had in a race of husky young giants to whom sickness and health will be a rarity To first re move the cause for illness and then replace poor food with good will be the him of the experiment and the 1Jresults are expected to be evident In the human machine thus constructed The movement Is the result of nu merous Inquiries from parents and others who have suggested that there might be a possibility of impurities i in childrens foods For a time ex periments on a small scale have been carried oar but It has been made apparent to Dr Wiley that a more ex tensive into the subject will not only reveal the fact that thero are Impurities In the foods now orI t fered on time market but will show a way to hiring about better conditions ft of health for children generally AiDr Wlle believes that the manu facturers will have the matter as much at heart as will the bureau of J chemistry anti for this reason ho is p asking each maker of babies foodlI t Yi to make a report not only on the V of foods sold by him but what he would deem a proper food It Is from the hoflreyer 5i t that the best information is expected J tfbecause of their Intimate dealings with actual conditions In connection with the inquly I tspecial will be mad tote foods for tho use of Invalids and that fused In hospitals in the treatment ol 1 the sick td Capital to Get Thorough Cleansing CT THIS instructions tempjfiature Washington department employment THAT manufacturer willlqgness Washington manufacturer experiments investigation physicians InegtIition the same the death rate In the tone the difference In population consid i ered is considerably less than her fSanitary experts express themselve r fas being shocked at the Conditions ex rlilting here nail In many other Amer can cities after what has been ac compllsbed under most If condition on the Isthmus of PanamaI They say that thero Is absolutely no excuse for thcpr valance of such con thliions and so far as Washington Is t jcorncerned a determined effort will Ii C t be made to eliminate them i t Governlt1 ntbacterlofOg1stsc1iem ko y ists and experts in other branches of tiA Lscience are now Investigating the con v tons prevailing In many hotels and fbrestaurants among Lhenxsome of the Y best in the city and ltv is said that a number of warrants will bo issued for ti the arrest of some ot the proprietors of these establishments The house cleaning is to be general and tbor ough the nations capital wIn 4 if turned Inside out stood or Us rndCMY and turned upside downjfe Ii sciaplncv dnBtln YI gt4lfv ui l fag utretIQ will w sut J prise Iy5s d Women Like Rural Mau1 Delivery Field r 1k POSITIONS J ft 1 a s t l c na 20mile route in one of the New England states Miss Sennot has held the position for three years and al though the route is a long one and W thickly wooded in some sections Miss Sennot says she has no fear In driving t over the route a oneShe carries no ikweapon of defence but considers that slie is able to take care of herself AWhen asked what Induced her to enter the service Miss Sennot said I that one day about three years ago the regular carrier told her he was umi able to find a substitute and Jokingly Iasked her if she would like to sub J lstltute for him 6i I told him I would like to be his as sistant or substitute said Miss Sen fttnot providing he had horses that had some life lie agreed he had good 1 horses sri 1 was sworn in as his subistitnte i ftNo I have never been afraid be tcause there Is nothing to fear I have every one wearing ti smile and for t good that reason wills believe I have theirr 1 I IExEnvoy Sold Horse to Leave Country iL j1J a string tied to it I should never have t i3iitreturn It to you Olltlnued the curt if rM missive 1 IDesperate and incensed the minis ter said Return It There came no ti1reply it is said r ir A Go and get my Arabian horse from tSchinasi Mehmed AH Bey wrote tojof rs Davenport Tile cartoonist went butI IiAtcame back without the horse Thor oughly outdone time stranded minister decided to turn over to Davenport the remaining horse of time pair for he 1had to have moiicy He got it and left America via Canada i A New Society f r Connecticut has set a woflhy exam 44f t WtJhygienecar oirica with it u suspicion of faith cure psychic sanitation or the like But it Jthe true object of the order is to watch and improve sanatoria In view of the complaints made from time to UmoI t by patients and physicians alike the usefulness of such a society cannot i be doubted N Y Tribune oM tii s Work for Juvenile Court vi j iNew Orleans is to have a juvenile 2 court and Miss Kate Gordon and herpsister Miss Jean Gordon are being congratulated on the success of their t efforts Several years ago these two public spirited women began single handed to work for the establishment of this court They were later joined by the New Era club and together they have managed to win a victory where only defeat wus prophesied Why Dead as a Herring The herring dies the moment Ita 4 taken out of tho water and it is a rare thing for even fishermen tee a real live herring I r eiq 7 a R 1Vb UWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK PUBLISHED WEEKLY a OWINGSVILLE KYfe Entered according to Act of ai I Congress nt the Owingsville I as secondclass Ito mutterpTim OUTLOOKS subscription 1 JSixThree months Thirtyfive Cents amIbodI of address should give previous address when writing Correspondents should always get their items to us not later than Monday if possible when out of stationery separate slip of papertNews matter of general inter est is welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in serted SAdvertisers wishing a change or discontinuance of id should inform us the week previous to 4publication day Address all communications to 4 JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville Icy 1 F I THURSDAY SEPT 17 1908 =ANNOUNCEMENTS f t AVe are authorized to announce Allie W Young as a candidate for reelection as Circuit Judge of the Twentyfirst Judicial dis trict subject to the action of the rDemocratic party We are authorized to announce i 4a i Alexander Conner a candidate for t reelection for Comnonwealths i Attorney of the 21st Judicial dis trict subject to the action 0 g the Democratic party t r We are authorized to announce eW B White as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney in the Judicial istrictsubi p Ii1Twentyfirstject to the action ofthe Democrat partyrt tWeare authorized to announce Mrs S B Hawkins as candidate i for Superintendent of Schools of 0 iif Bath county subject to the ac j tion of the Democratic party Weare authorized to announce I Miss Pickett Metcalfe as a candi I sdateforSuperintendentOi Schools of Bath county subject tothe action of the Democratic p party l We are aut orizedJtoalounce I nard uper ntCn dent oflu1ib School L1 Yof Bath County subject to tli partyXWe are authorized to announce J V Penix a candidate for Su perintendent of Schools of Bath county subject to the action of the Democraticpart j We are authorized to announce Miss Carrie Nixon ns a candidate i for Superintendent of Schools of Bath county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party We are authorized t6 announce John W Dawson a candidate for Clerk of the Bath Circuit Court ksubjeetto the action of the Dem 0 tX r We are authorized to announce J J Mark as a candidate for County Judge of Bath County iisubject to the action of the Dem party rr We are authorized to announce 4 1i Alfred N Crooks as a candidate for County Judge of Bath sub ject to the action 01 the Demo cratic party 4 We are authorized to announce Leslie Shrout as a candidate for reelection as County Clerk of Bath subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce r Wm D Bailey of South S herfrt brne a candidate for Bath county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party 0 f Wm C Johnson of Sharpsburg c and Aaron Fanning of Salt Lick i 3 will be his eputies if elected j 7 i Other deputies made known in J J the future We are authorized to announce Seth Botts as a carididiate for t Sheriff of Bath county subject tothe action of the Democratic j party Cole Barnes of Preston t willbe his deputy ifelected t We are authorized to announce p Samuel 0 candiDoggett as a J date for Jailer of Bath county J l subject to the action of the Dem f ocratic party e4 4 iJf We are authorized to announce i Caleb L Snedegar a candidate for Jailer of Bath county f to the action of the Democratic t t 0 party r r We are authorized to rA Robt Duff asa candidate fo- s 8 Jailer qf Baths County subject to ftt icr a of the Democratic par t ty rt 1JJy j3 r t lc1 J t 1 j lrlrtfh l y J Y- i at 11Yt Iti Jf a J J r I arr1 Z jr f l t cI J 1 r- rrf t d i lt Iit r k4 We are authorized to announce James G McCarty as a for Jailer of Bath candidateI ect to the action of ratic party We are authorized to announce Jforthe action of the Democratic arty We are authorized to announce R T Joba Clark as a candidate Jailer of Bath county subject o the action of the Democratic partyIauthorized to announcesare 1We Nixon as a can a of Bath countysubjecti to the action of party We are authorized to announce Ben Jones as a candidate for As scssor of Bath County subject to the action of the Democratic party If nominated and elected WalterS Hendrix of South Slier burne and Thos J Crouch of Preston will be associated with Mr Jones in the discharge of the duties of the office We JJre authorized to announce Bige Wells a candidate for Assessor of Bath county subject to parItySharpsburg and R D Bailey of Forge Hill will be my deputies We arc authorized to announce Robert T Myers as a candidate for Magistrate in District No5 Preston subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Joseph Williams as a candidate for Magistrate in District No5 Preston subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce John T Buck Ginter as a can didate for Magistrate in Owings ville district No1 subject to the action of the Democratic party BRYAN says that Hearsts state ment that he Bryan went to see Hearst and solicited his sup port in this campaign in return for Bryans support of Hearst for President in 1912 is absolutely false That is what brings it on BOOKER T WASHINGTON in a published statement says that the whites at Lexington have given the negro a better chance andin consequence he has made better progress there than in any city he has visited Lexington now will have an unparalled in flux of negroes Gov A B CUMMINS of Iowa was nominated by the Republican legislative caucus for US Sen ator to succeed the late Wm B Allison but forty4ve st ndpat ters refuse to be bound by the caucus because of Cummibs tar iffreform and other liberalviews A legislative deadlock is the re suit and such Republican division that Bryan may carry the State h Vn JENNINGS BRYAN rather intimates that Uncle Jo Cannon prevaricated when he said Bry ans wealth was a million dollars Bryan said his wealth was not over 150000 at the outside and called on Uncle Jo who is reput ed to be a millionaire to state his own wealth It is funny how a candidate before the great com mon people is afraid of the repu tation of being rich and when a candidate before the quality for social position is desirous of being considered rich ORVILLE WRIGHT made a new record for flying machines heav ier than air at Fort Myer near Washington City in the presence of Cabinet officers and oth ers Saturday of last week guided his aeroplane at will in the air for 745 minutes The principle being established it is only necessary now to im the details to make the fly ing machine of practicable use This practicability Henry Law 1 rence Call expects to meet with his flying machine which js built on the aeroplane system and is at Girard Kansas awaiting the com pletion and installation of two fortyhorsepower motors befor essaying the trial flight Calls ma hine is built in the general shape of a bird weighs about 3 000 pounds and has 2300 feet of can vas sustaining surface or 1 pounds to the square foot In addition it has a tenpassenger car with automobile mechanism and boatlike construction ena bling it to travel on land or water and carries enough gasoline fora flight from Chicago to New So if the Call machine YorkI be what its inventor and believe it to be it will at once go tQ the head of flying machines- CORRESPONDENCE Correspondents MUST get their to us if they ex Andttween neighbors are not news Stoops lThe drouth has reached a most stage in this section Its a sickening sight to see a man posing as a hero when hes f irt t p i 5 nothing but a plain fool i Miss Bettie Horne has about re rovered from her IInessIITho people of are suffering from a water famine The little daughter of James Rogers has about recovered from er illnessIHugh McClure of Nicholas county visited here Friday and Saturday The printer made us say week that Bridges Bros lastI suckling colt for 675 when it should have been 675 We areiour razor ready of course We notice that James Kendall s again on Kentucky soil While we are rejoicing we are in SOII row Mrs Will E Turner and daugh ter Miss Maymo D went Friday to isit relatives at Williamsburg beIingaway when it rains On Monday of last week Mrs Ed Gorrell went to visit her mother on the Winchester pike She hitched the horse and had started for the house when an automobile flew by frightening the horse which ran away completely demolishing the buggy and riddling the harness Mrs Gor rell and her baby had a narrow escape Mrs Walter Hamilton of Ow ingsville visited the family of J H Gillaspie last week Mrs Gorrell of Mt Sterling who has been very ill for several weeks is improving J H Gillaspie attended Brown Carpenter sale of Jersey cattle at Winchester He bought two cows paying 80 and 50 a head E S Hamilton and wife of Roes Run H A Lyter and wife of near Owingsville were visitors in this vicinity last week David Moore and wife of Flat Creek and Coburn Hamilton and Nick Burns of Prickly Ash visited the family of Alfred Moore from Wednesday till Friday Robt Williams and Tom Spen cer of near Owingsville attend ed the Woodmens picnic Wednes day Sandie T Rudder is visiting his parents at Grassy Lick Sid Hart sold a pair of mules to Ray Morris for 370 The picnic and icecream festi val given by Judy Camp No 11 857 M W of A Wednesday afternoon and night was a grand large crowds being present both in the afternoon and at night The first address was by Hon J Cahipbell Cantrill on the Progress and Management of the Society of Equity It was a great speech Hon George Wy coff of Carlisle brilliant young orator delivered an excellent ad dress on the Beauties of Frater nity At 730 oclock Hon W J DeHart of Louisville the able Kentucky State Deputy of theM W of A delivered a stirring address on Woodcraft The Salt Lick cornet band made good music an also many friends The Woodmen again thank a liberal public 4 Slate Valley Mrs Sam Conyers and children visited Mrs Sam Shultz east of Slate creek Tuesday of last week Mrs Dee Rudder and children visited her parents A K Coyle and wife on Pricky Ash Monday On account of Labor day mr items did not reach the office has week Needing rain badly W E Atchison wife and little daughter Lillie Catherine wer guests of the family of Samue Shultz Sunday Mrs Tarleton Jones was the guest Sam Shultz and family several days last week and went- Friday to spend a few days with Mrs James Page She star about the 20th of the month foi her home at Eldorado Springs Missouri A goodly number from this sec tion attended the annual meeting at Olympia Sunday James Wells of Marshall Cop Kansas is here on a visit witl- his sister Mrs Butler Toy am family He left here for the West 33 years ago and this is his first visit back He says he is going to visit all of his old friends before he goes home He has visit ed Oklahoma and says its the finest country he ever saw He says Kentucky folks are all doing well there Sam Shultz sold a heifer calf to John Goodpaster for 10 Mrs Maria Stamper sold a steer calf for 12 and Wm Toy sold two for 25 all to same party Elder Carpenter bap t ized 13 OfPriCiAsh cause M Campbell of Owingsville assisted by prayer and benediction There were several children and ii ftpj 7 ttft 0 194 oh how beautiful to start on the right road so young and may the little feet never turn back Par ents encourage your children lest they forgetiOkla Mrs It K Gray has diphthe ria weanIJoseph Hendrix and sister Mrs weekIof Mt Sterling Alpheus Vice wife and son Lloyd went Sunday to visit Mrs Vices sister Mrs L G Rigdon seriouslyillMrs Ben May and two sons of Fleming county visited her mother Mrs Rilda Jones from Fri day until Sunday Miss Lucy Vanlandingham and A B Jones of Odessa were guests of Allen Campbell and wife Saturday night Frank Estill wife and two chil dren visited Mr Estilis father Andrew Estill Saturday and SundayIand Maude Sorrell of East Fork Saturday night and Sunday- S S Harmon wife and chil dren of Sunset were guests of Z T Crain and wife Sunday John Flora and wife of Nicholas county visited their son Jas Flora and family Saturday and SundayJ Gray is poorly with pleu- rIsy Olvmpla Mrs Fannie Adams of Soldier and Mrs George and Manuel Carpenter nee Stinson attended meeting here and visited friends An unfortunate accident took GeorgeThompsons Next Saturday and Sunday and CarpentersD W Swarts is on tho sick list also infant daughter of Wm SwartsMrs Margaret Williamson ol Preston is very low Jim Gray and Sam McGlothin are in from West Virginia Our annual meeting was well attended from this and adjoining counties There were about 25 delegates and an attendance of 1500 or more There was plenty of dinner on the ground for all and we must say it was the most orderly gathering of its size we ever saw f v Burl Jackson and wife of Cat meetinghereHenry Daniel and wife of More headand Mrs Lizzie Stephens of Mt Sterling are visiting their parents Sharpsburg r Mrs Kate Costigan Odessa T L Darnell and wife of Ow ingsville visited J W Darnell and family SundayjDallas Gudgell and Jesse Hays of Bourbon county visited J T Gudgell Saturday night and Sunday 1 John Stone and wife of East Fork lost by death their little hadIj ILI mi t it symtSeveral of the young folks at tended a birthday supper Saturday evening given Miss Renna Gregory by her parents of lower White Oak Tliss Annie Bailey is getting along very well Miss Bertha typhoidGstaying for some time CincinnatirKinivan and wife this week Isaac Purvis of near Ringos Mill was the guest of his son W S Purvis here Sunday U G Whaley Mrs J M ofinearM Wayne Williams of Crowther Texas arrived last week on a visit to his mother Mrs J B Lindsey and family Bethel Mr Pieratt of Ezel Morgan county visited his son W H Pie ratt and daughter Mrs J W Crouch last week George Parson of Myers Sta tion visited James Roberts and family Saturday night and Sun day Fridaytoburg Andrew Clinkenbeardwife and daughter of Windsor Mo who had been visiting Mrs Sallie Scott left Tuesday for their home I z4 t f Y Itt and Mrs T S Robertson accom panied them as far as Cincinnati J Walter Clinkenbcard of Mtjp1 Sterling visited his patents from Saturday until Monday W H Pieratt is in Cincinnati W R Peters Sr A R and T S Robertson are in Louisville this week J W Hawkins sold a King fil ly to Mr Bayless of Paris for 150T Land W R Peters Sr sold 35 head of yearling stoers to Elmer Boardman of Bourbon at ic a pound Upper Prickly Ash Ambrose Wells bought of Dee C Shrout a weanling mule for 75 of W D Young one for 60 und one 75 Y George Clark Sr has a fine clop of tobacco and is housing it this week Sam Moore is in bad health Miss Alice Ginterof Flat Creek visited John Manley and wife last week Frank Craig and wife ifee county visited Thos HorseI man and family from SundayAlfred Carter and family visit ed Win E Jones and family near Olympian prings Saturday and Sunday A great many from here atten ded the annual meeting at Olym pia Sunday Ben F Shrout spent Sunday with George Kerr and family on Slate creek Joshua Steele of Illinois came last week to visit relatives here W W Case and Mat Davis of Hillsboro were guests of Alman za Stone and wife one night last week Crooks Mrs Sanford Perkins sold four steers and three heifers to ViI son Hendrix steers at 4c heifers at 3Jc to 32c John L Jackson and wife of Olympia visited Joe Williams and wife Friday and Saturday John Owens of Frenchburg is visiting Wesley Blevens preachedlIMiss Lillie Jackson ofMt is visiting her sister Mrs Will Hines D S Nixon sold four lambs to Wilson Hendrix at 5c- Wjlson Hendrix shipped three carloads of cattle and one of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday Born to Tom Jackson and wif Sepason J1 Almost everybody went to tho annual meeting at Olympia Sun day Our Sundayschool will have an outing the first Sunday in October There will be a basket meeting The children will have songs and recitations There will be several preachers Every body is invited to come and bring wellfilled baskets We hope everyone will enjoy themselves Grange City Mrs Mollie Costigan son Les lie and daughter Sallie May of Frankfort are visiting her par ents A D Rawlings and wife and sister Mrs Bud Colliver Fant Johnson came down from Frankfort for a fewdays visit to his parents Newton Johnson andwife Mrs Lon Baylor left Wednes day for her home at Rose Hill Va in reponse to a telegram sta ting that husband was very ill with typhoid fever Mrs L G Rigdon who has been very ill the past week is slightly improved Aaron Cooper of Flemings OwingsIIMrs Aaron Cooper of near Flemingsburg is attending the bedside of her mother Mrs L G RigdonMrs Riddle and M r s Alpheus Vice of Bath county are at the bedside of their Mrs L G Rigdon MrsEt Plains visited relatives here Sunday Moores Ferry Stock water is getting scarce in this section Several teams are hauling lum ber from Three Lick for W J Fell Mrs Clay Reeves spent Satur day and Sunday with her cousin Miss Ella Shrout west of Ow ingsville who is very sick with something like an ulcer of the stomachJ Atchison and wife of Salt Lick spent Sunday with 0 P Shrout and family Mrs 0 P Shrout son Theodore and Mrs Docia Highley visited George and Ambrose Shrout Tues day and Wednesday of last week A few from this part attended r fl f t k 4 y 7 i t JundayMarriedSund y morning JohntMyers of Salt Lick and Liza Vanlandingham of this v place Rev Ham of Salt Lickd 1JmarriedVanlandingham uncle g bride We wish the young couplee tthroughSalt LickCMiss Creath Evans has return s cd to Lexington to resume herpo sition as nurse at the Good Samaritan HospitalI newIDavisISalt Lick and Farmers base ball teams will cross bats Thurs day The game will he hotly contested and everbody should see it lIoInakerLawson and vife a son Our school is progressing nicely The drouth and heat arc very severe The hereIPebble Late corn will be on ac count of the drouth andstock water is getting scarce IAlex Daugherty had his arm by being thrown from a mule recently atten4edCourt fMiss Nannie Anderson is some of her illness i John Boyd bought a twoyear old steer of Joel Woodard for 35 J W Hendrix bought a mule colt of Mike Stewart for 3750 E G Woodard returned to his home at Marion Indiana after a weeks visit with his father W S Woodard Miss Rose Woodard doesnt im prove of her illness Forge Hill There is quite a drouth in this presentStock MrS JEtna Anderson and chil dren of Middhsboro returned their last week after a visit to her parents J M Moore and wife Several from here attended the annual metinr at Olympia Sun day Ed Bailey has the addition to his store almost completed I Miss Lutie Quisenberry dismiss ed Hfcr school last Wednesday and spent the remainder of the week with her sister Mrs Squires at Salt LickS Sudith Mrs R M Per rem and three daughters Misses Eva Pearl and Bessie were the guests of Tilford Pendleton and wife Sunday Several from here attended the annual meeting at Olympia Sunday We are very sorry to record the sad deathof our friend Walter Reeves The deceased was a bo of good education and was loved by all of his school mates and who knew him lie always had a pleasant face and a kind word for everybody We extend our sympathy to the bereavedones SMOKY Smoke from the great forest fires in the Northwest reached here Saturday afternoon and an opaque pall has hung over and obscured the landscape in every direction for some days These fires have burned ten towns and rendered thirty thousand peo pIe homeless with a total loss es timated at from ten to fifteen million dollars The burnt district is in Minnesota Wisconsin Michigan and Ontario Canada HARDSHIPS OF THE VERY POOR Little Emily having very few real playmates has supplied her self with several imaginary ones surl er recently overheard her play ing with her large family of dolls and entertaining a visionary call er Yes Mrs Smif she said heaving a deep sigh we are poor terribly poor We are mybabiesWomans Home Companion EASY FOR AUNT MAHALY These stocks are so full of holes that they are worthlessAuntMa haly said a lady to old colored woman with a large family who was familyNomdey Mahaly calmly appropiating them Rastus an Verbena got sich black laigs dat de holes wont show nohow en dem chilluns what got yaller meat kin wear two pairs at de same time en you knows Miss Jo dat de holes in all dem stockins aint gwine hit dd same place Youths Com panion t riif t 1rrsI i aTResidence for Sale In eastern suburb just outside he limits of the town of Owmgs ille twostory sixroom resi 5 euce with double hall veraniah in front back porch out and about 3 23 acres of round Wellbuilt house cheap r than it can be built today lumber is so high Just he place for family that wish sro come here for Schooling their children in the fine new graded Apply to MRS JULIA R- ossCOAU tf v 1 For sale or exchange for Corn May Oats Or Stack FeedSBring a load of feed and get a load of coal cheaper than from any body else Or I will deliver coal RICHARD ILES Salt LickKy 4t TU1MUTUALiENIFIT iLife Insurance Co Newark N J FREDERICK FRMUuTOEN Pet rITh LADING ANNUAL DiV IDEND COMPANY Una Uurlnx the Inst SixtyTwo I to roIItyIIiiitorSAssftn Jut l H7t 15WVJI8 10 Itrobetter results for its Pol icyholdersSJ W ELGIN Gen 207 Court Street lJaysvil1e Ky J 0 B BROTHER Agent Owingsville Ky To ALL MEMBERS OF iiiiILEY TOBACCO SOCIETY Your at tention is hereby urgently called to the fact that the bylaws ofIthe Burley Tobacco Society pro vide that on the last Saturday in September of each yearall t members of the Society shall meet at their respective voting pUces and shall elect one of their number a delegate to represent his precinct at an election tobe held at the county seat on the first Saturday in October of eachryear for the purpose of electing a SocietyThe not only c casts the vote of his constituents in the election of a member of tho district board from his county but is also a member of the coun Ity countyInexpress the will of the members r v of the Society let every member be at the regular precinct voting j- t i place at 2 p m on the last Sat turday n Look Septemberdof hones whom yp t business mon integrity hus f spiritDo t duty and thenlcom plain of results c yTobaccoSociety ter of the men elected on tho county boards of control and on the district board at the ensuing elcctgn Remember the day the hpurr irriVortanccofdoing All samples of 1907 tobacco should be sent to the central of fice at Winchester early as possible While the days are long caribeIcoldtJy to the interest of the farmers tas 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 CLARENCE LEBUS Chit S 92t WANTED TO BE THERE To a professors lecture on morality his students listened with sub mission and humility In the cxiel7lentfriends the floors of hell are paved with champagne automo biles and He was horrified to hear one of his stu dents say in a sepulchral tones Oh death where is thy sting AMERICAN BBUrrJr CORSETS NTfOAI AS TH E Roe E Before you consult rthatsee us and purchase an AMERICAN BEAUTyS CORSET Your gown worn ovet A cue of these corsets will greatly enhance your personal charms And these corsets are not expensive only 100 to 800 0S KALAMAZOO CORSET co 4KALAMAZOOBecause we believe in them tsell andrecommend them WeJ Z S SLIESSER c 0012 OWINGSVILLE KX Ifk t 1 ir Zij k