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J i J 1 t If t I NRyY L f fmrmi In I t s r it hnur VOL XXX OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPT 24 1908 NO 4 marketIBring me youreggs Highest cash price at Mrs EstillsBorn Sunday night to Dr H r daughterTheir rMrsSarah Triplett aged nine t years died from a fall eklWalk l i or Horseman and wife of Wash r ington Branch a daughter Daily is putting down a rfDr sidewalk in front of his on Slate Avenue Warner a colored wo ii I man aged about 74 years died of cancer Saturday and was buried I Sunday GrangeCityr1 atlowt + N Mitchell wagons have stood thet test strongest gear lightest runra ner in the market JJf1 t EL A T BYRON FOR SALE Six firstclass South L yl down bucks and Superior wheat t drill good as new at half price f 104t H TJIOPKINS 1 fEstill Honaker have received a pair of Barcus horse stocks andf 1 can now shoe the wildest horse without danger to animal tf I Get ready for your fall seeding 0V by buying a Hoosier wheat drill and Deering disc harrow For 1 sale by E L A T For firstclass h BYRONI s ons and farming implements hare ness of all kinds woven fence see EL A T BYRON h FOUND7501b yearling steert Jredwith white spots Owner can have same by proving property m paying for keep anti this notice Address WILL ED FOLEY rfd2 Owingsville Ky PLEASE SETTLEI have sold my interest to T R Ratliff All indebted to the firm of T R Ratt bfflCo Grange City Ky are requested to call and settle 10 4t L S RATLIFF j carPHOTOS IN TINTS filack Brown Olive and India tints Your choice in finer work Now is the time toget a photo of the baby At new gallery over Broth- er0 Brothers store ll3t BABY DEDT le llmonths old child of Ollie Barber and wife of the Forge Mill died Thursday r night and was buried at the John i T Lathram graveyard on Nay lors Branch Saturday morning i I CATTLE SALES Sam Lathram j bought of J M Richart thirty six 1200lb fat steers At 4c and t premiumar bought of 1 R Conyers twelve 1150lb steers at I 4c SnOT HIMSELF ACCIDENTALLY Montgomeryip ampujta S a cc field oneni ht- ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED ti The marriage engagement of t Miss Bettie Saunders to Howard Payne Moffett both of Sharps SaundiI t era and wife of Sharps burg and 1 vis a sister of Mrs A N Crooks td of this town 1 i 9LIFTONEvANSCh ster S Misskt r Evans of Salt Lick were mar ried by Elder R M Campbell 15tT i theOwingsviUeBanking 1 t oil man and formerly of the Rag r land field MT STERLING COURTMon Mtyf of cattle and although prices r were lower than at last Court a sales were brisk Somel200lb tsteers sold at 365 Sam Lath ram sold some top feeders at 4Je and premium Robert L Stew a art bought sixteen 700lb heifers at 3c Mule colts sold lowbrin ytg from 30 to 45 7 SAW MILL BURNEDThe b g ygnear R station at Farmers was de- s toyed by fire last Thursday anddamageL erable The insurance 10000 itinstructidn is a serious matter o partofthecommti t i X i 7i Ja t t f r 1 i it I rd a It + I PERSONAL visitinghome critically liver Mrs John 11 Freeland of Mt motherIIOmar Barber of Louisville Monday to visit relatives at Wyoming Mrs Ford Patterson visited her mother Mrs Alice Perry in Mt Sterling the past week i MillMorgiinweek on a visit to relatives Roll Ratliff and wife of Win CSfamilyIidence on Slate Avenue last week cameThursdayhis new charge at Burnside vf Miss Mary Sheehan spent sev eral days last week with her sis ter Mrs Grant North at Salt Lick MrsMinnie wifelastsonsJames JacksoninMrs James Pendleton and baby Tuesdaymother Mrs Bettie Crouch Miss Florence Honaker after a visit to relatives returned to i OhioWednesMiss Effie Stewart of Rey noldsville will return home sat- urday ManchesterTenn from a visit to her sister Mrs Alex Conner and Miss Nannie Dawson left Monday to of1thPville ddaughter toherber in Louisville Mrs R M Campbelland little son Bob returned Wednesday severalweeksWalden of Danyille Lieut Joseph Taulbee after a HTaulbeehis duties at the UxS army post at Fort Riley Kansas Mrs Julia Ross and little son John accompanied her gra n d GardnerRoss 1Iu leftj Saturday to attend college motherIRev John E Moss and wife of Tolesboro after a visit to the latters parents Judge John A Mondayforcuit Woodland station Shelby vile District Gano Gault wife and baby son Gordon Thornton of Holden W ABarnestheir way to Louisville and Mam moth Cave Gordon Thornton was left with Mrs Barnes until the parents return Among those who went to the State Fair at Louisville last week AddPowerGoodpasterLeslie this town Virgil Barnes west of town Senator John L Vice of Wyoming uptodatelotMrs Estills oYattendance at the Salt Lick street fair Wednesday and Thursday was not very large but on Fri day and Saturday it was about 1500 The candidates were there in ford nVVl AFTER MANY EARSWhen- youth a clerking inhis uncles drugstore at Mexico Mo fiftytwo years ago A W Bascom broke a bottle a piece of which was im bedded in the palm of his hand at daylastglass y 1LS IlsCd ft 1ti a iJ L 1Jf d yoUbeenNo it is not safe to walk out that way We are sorry that this is the case but it is good for driving and you people surely do kick up a mighty big dust when you drive wayWhat matter with Slate Avenue Is it not within the corporate limits of Owingsville It seems to me that the tax man never fails to say so Butand there is where it stops Slate Avenue is the street thelstrangers who come here come in from Preston on this Slate Avenue First impressions are usually most lasting and those gotten on Slate Avenue are the first and last a visitor sees The prideintractive and beautiful streets in town But alas we have nothing Main Street seems to be the cityIwould not have anything taken from it even to get it ourselves but a fire cistern would look mighty good to us especially as there are so many frame houses so close together on our street It would protect us more andre duce our rate of insurance too We have some lights to be sure but where are they If you look away up in a tree youll see them If you were in the Cemetery you would think they were lightning bugs They give but little light where it is most needed How many crossings have we Not one no not one It seems that mud and dust art quite good enough for dwellers or Slate Av enue Walkout our way and view our sidewalks which are an- abomination in the sight of man and almost to God They are regular pitfalls antl liable to cripple some one rv Along the fences and walk tic weeds rare growing higher than your They are covered with areIIThen 1 am stirt tiiie are morS telephone poles to UL squarcfoot- than any where on These and the electric are on both sides fthestfect They are not pretty to look at by any mightbefor teams to pass each cither along streetWhenever it rains tie water stands in pools aricTTioats the board walk so that we are compelled to wade in water or walk in mud in the middle of the road or walk the fence to get over These things ought not to exist We do not want to complain butt we do feel that the streets could do with fewer sweepings and some of the time and money be spent on our street We would be glad to have more weeds and other things removed Many who own property on the Avenue do not live out so are not conscious of the condi tions existing No one street should be made beautiful to the exclusion of others Slate Avenue people are ever ready to do but we helpThen is the fault Tis true that most of those who live on Slate Avenue are poor Many of us however own our little homes We have no automobiles nor carriages We dont give many swell dinner parties nor luncheons but we love our homes and our street and though we are not rich in worldly gdods we are rich in that which the world can not take away Our hands are ever ready to help those who need help our feet are swift to go to bed side of those who are sick and afflicted and to do errands ofmer cy Our hearts are sympathetic and full of compassion for those in distress and we have rights respectedThe The children will have to go to and something must be done fo our street We can not wade through mud and water all win ter We invite the Mayor and Coun cil to walk out our way by day and then come again some dark night If we know when theyre coming well give them a warm reception All we want is what we are entitled toal1 we ask to s be treated fairly We are ready to do our part and ask that we have the encouragement and as sistancedue us Hoping to soon see the good work begun we are truly yours for a more attractive and AvenuePRO Have You Tried the Pocket n loot the fall and winter trade I have the largest and best stock I have ever carried The celebrated Shield brand clothing the Selx 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 representedat GILLONS in the Pocket Owingsville Ky co PURE AND STRAIGHT BRED Bates ShortHornsI will at my farm 15 miles west of Owingsville on WEDNES DAY OCTOBER 14 1908 sell fifty BATES SHORTHORNS representing Imp Roguish Eyes Wild Eyes Duchess Lally 8th Alice Maud and Duchess of Athole Bates ShortHorns attain greater size yield more milk and furnish more highprice cuts than any other ShortHorns An opportunity to select from cattle of equal merit and breeding will not occur again soon Pres ton 40 miles east of Lexington on the C 0 R R is my station Sale begins at 12 oclock noon 112t Ar BASCOM Owingsville Ky u Miss METCALFPS CANDIDACY Miss Pickett Metcalfe presents the people of Bath county her ofIficeMiss Metcalfe was elected to this office three years ago and under her management and supervision the schools in Bath county have shown wonderful progress and improvement She is well quali fied for the office which she holds and to which she asks to be re elected for she not only holds the regular County Superintendents certificate but also holds a State certificate of high grade The three years of experience which she has gained in this office have prepared her to be of valuable service to Bath county in one of its mnt irorTtant offices It is a fitV and worthy custom in mci vnmaw n Ilr spkrldici Corrfmunwealth that an officer who faithfully performs his duty shall be rewarded ith a second term That Miss Pickett Met calfehas made a faithful effort in behalf of the schools and the cause of education generally cannot be denied She has devot- all ri her time and energy to tips one cause and that is something that can be said of very few County Superintendents- To sum it all up Miss Metcalfe is worthy she is qualified she is faithful and Bath county needs her in that position Why notI reelect her She asserts that she will not be a candidate again Let others get out of her way and give her a clear fieldA CITIZEN FROM LOGANA KyJessai mine county is needing rain very badly Early corn is very good but late corn will not make more than a half crop Hemp is very good all is cut and is being shock ed What little tobacco grown is very good and housing is going on Wheat made an average of fourteen and a half bushels for the county Wheat sowing is at handThere is not much grass nor much demand for live stock be cause of dry weather Hogs are from 4 to 5 per hundred good horses and mules from 250 to 400 per pair We like to hear from all cor respondents especially Moores Ferry and Salt Lick so I hop e the correspondents will hustle u the news Yours trulyWALTER FANNING REFUSED LICENSE A couple the man about 40 years old an the girl 16 applied to County Clerk Leslie Shrout last Thurs day for a marriage license The girl said she was 22 but refused tp make affidavit to that effect conrsequence county MORMON CONFERENCEThere- will be a Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints at Harpers school SundayIGEO F ELSWORTH Pres TWENTY FOR 25cYou can get photos 20 for 25 cents at the new gallery Very nice for exchang ing with your friends Also larg everybody Brother Brothers store 113 f c hOSSJONESFloyd Ross and Miss Effie Jones boarded the westbound express at Preston afternoon and went to Jefferson ville Ind where theYweremar ried that night They returned Monday night to the home of the keephouseThe bride is the eldest childof Jailer Samuel T Jones She is a finelyintelligent ing graduated last spring at the Owingsville High School She is publicThe bridegroom is a son of Mrs Julia Ross and her late hus band Elder B H Ross He is a bright and brisK young busi ness man and an exceptionally good fellow with of a ji faL fiitayfrv rue eudhis- bride area wellmatched and most worthy couple and their host of friends congratulate them andwish them the choicest of blessings v WHALE Y WILSON Miss AmI da Wilson daughter of Mrs Ma mie Vilson left last Wednesday ostensibly to attend the State fair at Louisville but was on WhaIIleyfair in the State metropolis but crossed over to Jeffersonville and were made husband and wife They returned here Friday night to the home of the brides moth thehomeJoseph Whaley between Bethel SharpsburgThe daughter of John Wilson deceased and grand daughter of Omar Wilson She youngladyAT M E CHURCH Prof W WesleyanCollege the M E Church Sunday morn preachhereserve this church until a pastor is secured DEMOCRATIC SPEAKINGG F Wycoff of Carlisle Democratic Elector for the 9th district will speak here Saturday afternoon Sept 26 Also another promi nent Democratic speaker will be with him BENEFITpLife Insurance Co Newark N J FREDERICK FRELINGHOTSEN Pnst Dlvd Has durins the pnst Slxtytliren years Paid to Fullcyllnldors V25017iUEHtH Assets Jan 1003 11190570800 Surplus 408548908 No Company has ever accom better results for its Pol icyholders J W ELGIN Gen Agent 207 Court Street Maysville Ky 0 B BROTHER Agent Owingsville Ky COALFor sale or exchange for Corn Hay OatsOr Feed Bring a load of feed and get a load anybody Kyt l i IQ J w 8 J EUGENE MINIHAN I MANUFACTURER OF HighGrade HandMade Saddles and Harness are the best and the for wi i 21harneattention J on Ypur f r the beyk CDddlo ond hawowr jkEUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVriU KY r RACKET STORE1 lEVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY JNew Club Shells box 40c Winchester Smokeless Shells box 55c TheMensMens Overalls 50c Keg Soda 2 pounds for 5c Big Deal Soap cake 4c Padlock1510cRim Knob Lock 19c Half Soles pr 15 lOc Mirrors 100 95 506 Floor Oil Cloth yd25cGranite Water Pails 48c Granite Dish Pans 48c gal Granite Covered Bucket 15c 1qt Granite Covered Bucket lOc Knives and Forks set 84 69 48c 20GLunch 50cPictureHalters 19c poses Shoe Polish 5cAiTable Glasses set Glass DipperS10c rCurryCombsHorse Brushes Lasts Stand30c r 0Bridle L tIGranite Jelley Granite Pans JPans t kSewing1KitchenStrap Hinges pair 10 900 Galvanized Tubs 65 Talcum Powder 1O5Hatchets 15JLQcBrownCotton yd 10T I The Highest Cash Price Paid For Poultry and Eggs w J RMAXEYsuc Heflin sso l FOR VIRGINIA tS LUn1pl1d P1uto r- ereeneci L Cannel i r 1 1tx Vrite or Telephone to j ROSE RUN IRON CO t OLYMPIAD KENTUCKY t PHOTOGRAPHS L Photos in TintsBlack Brown Olive India Tints SATISFACTION GUARANTEED y dJrJIIIII If 1 PRICES 1 J 20 for 25c 4 15 for 25c 3 poses 25c per doz Midgets 10 8 30c 25 lOc and Pans lOc Pie lOrt Tin Pie 5 x 70 55c 19 15 ci 40 25c Bleached 14 12J 61c r ft and 50c perdoz Quarter Cabinets F 6 f a 100 per doz Half Cabinets r dil175 per doz 3 Cabinets i 225per dozen Cabinetsra yr WjtAts LAND RENTING ON OCTOBER 12 1908 at one oclock p m at the Courthouse door in Owingsville r Ky we will rent to the highest and best bidder from March SlateCreekdiscretion of executors on day of renting 60 to 65 acres for Corn 4r e 6 5Y20 acres or y 45 acres in Blue Grass it lAlso FORTY ACRES for CORN and FORTY ACRES for JWHEAT or OATS at the Salt Lick farm a LEWISJ i 1 104t S C ALEXANDER ti Bring Us Your Jo work tf nt f M itS iI I dIfIJ s RI i 1 HURLED TO DEATH f LIEUT SELFRIDGE KILLED BY i FALL OF AEROPLANE ORVILLE WRIGHT INJURED Jt0 I Caueajat Fort Myer In the Presence p of Thousands 4t Washington After having drawn tho attention of the world tQ his aero I 4plane flights at Fort Myer and having established now worlds records for heavlerthanair flying machines Or 4 rllle Wright Thursday met with a pi tragical mishap while making a two man flight The acroplantsl was ac I 1companied by Lieut Thomas E Self ridge of tho signal con1 of tb army Lieut Selfrldgo was fatally Injured landdied at 810 oclock at night Mr Wright was seriously Injured but is i 4 expected to recover I I While tho machine was encircling the drill grounds a propeller blade otherfcaused the machine to overturn In tho air and fall to tho ground enveloping the two occupants In the debris L Wright Not Dangerously Hurt 4 After a hurried surgical examination a tItwas announced that Mr Wright wus I t not dangerously Injured lIe is suf- I L fering from a fracture of his left riOrville Wright thigh and several ribs on the left sido deeppro gained consciousness at the hospital and dictated a cablegram to his p Jwibrother at Lo Mans France and re that the Utile message be sent to his sister and father at Day I ton O assuring them that be was all rlghtIMr Wright Wednesday replaced the j I propellers which he had been using with another pair the blades of which are six Inches longer Th9y were used jfJorthe flret time In Thursdays diana d tripU8 flight and many who have wit BeMied Mr VxlahtB flights at i fertlieve the lirpfopelle caused the accident An examination ia of the broken blade showed that It had been snapped off at a point one fourth of the distance from the hub N A de plndentatlonofthebrokenp- lecelndicatlra d that it had struck t some other part of the aeroplane tii Fully 2000 persons including many il army officers and scientists were at r TortMUr and witnessed the tragedy I1 Selfrldge an Enthusiast NW Lieut Thomas E Selfrldge was one t of the most enthusiastic believers In aeronautics among the officers In the ownIsucceeded in securing a detail with the aeronautical division of the liaalcorpsHewas born in San t Francisco 26 yean agoandwas1p 1 pointed to the military academy at West Point from that state Httwas appointed a second lieutenant in the artillery corps In 1903 and commie I1 atoned a first lieutenant four years later I 4j3 Military Funeral for StlfridgeI t Lieut Belfrldgea body was removed y from the hospital to an undertakers t5l iwhere It will remain until the arrival of the young oncers father who 1 wired from San Francisco that he f5 Iwoald like to have btaaoa burled j4 t either at Arlington or West Pointt t i Cause Disaster Explained I Speaking for Mr Wright Mr Taylor liter said II The accident was caused by an ex I 1t itraordlnary ylbratSeaei one ot the t wires running from the main planes f to the upper steel fitting of the rudder IThis vibration was BO great that the1 rir wire got lit range of the propeller and I wax struck by the blade cutting a eep gash in the edge of the propeller IkY Wfe about four inches from the end I This caused the blade to break The iether blade of the propeller flew l 1 are Hd and in tars struck the same iE r wire lIreaJdBzitTh1a made Mr t enti Is the propeller and the breaking of the wire caused him to lose control of the 9 IIr planes t t C 1 f h irnatlCilnalfhiei Caught ParIsTho police have arrested an 7alleged thief who W8 tUDdertho- t I f aae eta PeHsdorf of San Francisco e According to the police Pellsdorf la IJ J wanted In every capital la Europe i He made a specialty of stealing bank 4 Hectors wallets sI t PreeMentef Ecuador Recovers d v Qrito EcudorPrealdeet Alfaro who has uttered lately from heart i A t tc trorcfete has quite recovered andf Tfearsday he assumed again the dIes UIUTp 1kt I Slave Tracing Trite iIIted t Pr1sDIepstekee tot1e govern NP itfret the governor general of the jFreBch Congo state that a force ofw 1H French troops under Capt Sal belr l V traie In slaves and contraband arms f I Fire In Wisconsin Village 1t I Madison WIs Fire at Arena a lit I Ue vIUKe about 30 miles went of Mad bUlllt the lou will reach 136000 t It 4 JJ t t i2 j e j 4 V J 4 V Jr tp4 I d I GOY HUGHES RENOMINATED NEW YORK EXECUTIVE NAMED ON FIRST BALLOT Democrats Select Chanler to Contest or Place Rest of the State Tickets Saratoga N Y Charles Evans Hughes was nominated Tuesday by the Republican state convention by an overwhelming majority and on the first ballot to succeed himself as gov ernor of the state of New York Ho received 827 out of a possible 1009 votes as against 151 for James W Wadsworth Jr of Livingston county speaker of the state assembly and 31 for former Congressman John K Stewart of Montgomery Tho nomination was math unanl mona upon motion of State Commit teenmn William Barnes Jr of Albany who has been perhaps the bitterest and most outspoken opponent of the governors renonilnatlnn The governors renomination fol lowed the utter failure of a desperate struggle on the part of a number ot the county lenders who for four days spared no effort to discover a candidate upon whom they could unite to defeat him The rest of the ticket was made up In the good oldfash ion ell way an organization slate announced an hour or more before the session ol the convention began by Timothy L Woodruff chairman of the state committee after a conference of the local leaders Horace White of Onandaga was nominated for lieutenant governor Samuel S Koenig for secretary of state and Edward It OMalley for attorney generalRochester N YAs the culminat ing feature of the Democratic state convention which closed Wednesday there was a notable demonstration here Wednesday night in honor of the partys national standard bearer Wil liam Jennings Bryan who reached the city shortly before seven oclock and addressed a mass meeting In conven tion hall and overflow gatherings out sideMr Bryan expressed his gratitude for the nomination of Lieut Gov Lewis Stuyvesant Chanler as head of the state ticket and paid a personal tribute to him The ticket In full Is Governor Lewis Stuyvesant Chan Icr of Dutchoss lieutenant governor John A Dlx of Washington secretary of btate John C Whnlen of Monroe attbrney general George M Palmer of Schoharie controller Martin H Glyun of Albany state engineer and surveyor Phillip P Farley ot Brook lyn treasurer Julius Hauser of Suffolk BIG ST LOUIS FIRM ATTACKED Receiver Is Asked for the State Trust Company St Louis Minority stockholders Thursday afternoon filed a petition In the circuit court asking that a re elver be appointed for the State Trust Company a St Louis real estate firm Lcapltallied at 1000000 Fh1isi that 4ritay 20 V1907 the directoVa voted to Increase the capital of the concern from 500 000 to 1000000 representing that 750000 had already been paid In At another meeting It Is alleged the dl rectors voted to pay back to the stock bolders the 250000 that they paid Into the company to Increase Ita capi tal to 1000000 but the money has not yet been paid back It Is also stated that the principal assets of the company are 99500 in real estate This was subscribed by H A Vroo man president It is undeYstooft that the company has been planning the erection of a large business block in St Louis O P MOROSINI DIES SUpDENLY linker and Noted Philanthropist Passes Away In New York New York Giovanni P Moroslnl banker and noted philanthropist died suddenly Tuesday of heart failure at lila country place Riverdale in th upper section of the city Mr Moroslnl who was74 ear801d Is survived by a son and two daugh ters His wife died In 1893 Mrs Victoria Moroslnl Schilling his youngest daughter created a sensation a few years ago by eloping with the family coachman and the aged banker disin herited her Miss Glulla Moroslnl the other hterlil a noted horsewom an the son liar ried Mary Bond a Virginia belle Fire Tn an Insane Asylum Amltyvlllfe L tNot realizing their danger 90 Insane patients In the Long Island Home one of tho largest Insane asylums in the state fought against being removed from a section of the main blfldlngWedneadafwhen caught fire The flames spread so rapidly that a great portion of the big building was ablaze in a few minutes and the In mates were almost cut off from es cape Sixty keepers were compelled to use force to get the unfortunate men and women to safety and for soy eral minutes there was a scene of the wildest excitement Fatal Explosion at Mars Island Vallejo CaLThe explosion of 250 gallons of gasoline on board a barge moored abreast of the submarine boats Grampus and Pike at the Mare Inavy yard Friday afternoon resulted ii the death of Chief Machinist Teddy May and Injuries to Lieut J S Townsend Chief Gunners Mate W H Leahy and Chief Gunners Mate Mor rln Both submariue boats were Bad ly scorched The tender Fortune and the tug Unandilla were also Injured the latter catching fire The men were forced to jump overboard Henry B Qulnby Nominated Concord NlLTho political strife which for many months has split the Republican party In New Hampshire into three factions came to ah end late Thursday when Honey B Quinby of LaconlawaSDominated for governor by the State convention in session this city Two ballots were necessary for a choice and on the decisive one Qulnby had a margin ofonlynve votes On the first Quinby polled 372 votes when 395 wore necessary for nomination W Pillsbury of London derry was a strong second tF Miss SummerGoodBy Now That Take Y ou Mine Have Had Your Recreation Ill SHIP CRUSHED THREE DIE STEAMER COLON BATTERED BY FIERCE HURRICANE Panama Craft Plying Between New York and Isthmus Arrives In Port However ColonThe steamship Colon half masted and showing other evidences of distress came limping Into port Friday Sho had been badly battered oy the hurricane encountered Sunday Three members of her crew lost their lives while engaged In the hold in repairing a water tank The Colon belongs to the Panama Railroad Company She left New York September lOand was due to ar rived here Thursday She encountered the hurricane at a point 40 miles north of Watltng island The wind blew 100 miles an hour and tremendous seas were soon sweeping over tho vessel The staterooms and the dining saloon were flooded one of her smoke stacks was carried away three boats were washed overboard and tho wire less telegraph apparatus was disman tied Orders were given that no pas sengers be allowed on deck and the travelers bad to spend Sunday and Sunday night in the dining saloon The water got to the mail bags and the registered and ordinary mall was badly damaged Sunday night passed with the ship laboring through the storm and the passengers huddled be low In a state of panic Early Monday it was discovered that salt water was making Its way forward Into the fresh water tanks Fearing that the fresh water would give out the second assistant engi neer William Llley and the ships carpenter JOlsonWere sent down into the hold Monday fternoontQ change tbe1nnk connections rhh tw 21 lo G hour without giving any signs of returning Anxious for their safety R Darthl a water tender and A Sands a junior engineer volunteered to go below and learn what had happened when the disaster occurred PEST GRIPS ST PETERSBURG Asiatic Choleras Ravages In the Cap- Ital of Russia St Petersburg Three hundred and five cases and 115 deaths from the Asiatic cholera were reported for the 24 hours ending at noon Thursday The municipal administrations are under fire from all sides for their criminal Inefficiency In handling the epidemic and for their failure to make adequate preparation for hospital am bulance and sanitary services Al though they had ample warning of the coming of the disease no effective steps were taken to stamp out the precauIneglected A recurrence of the out break In the spring In even greater proportions Is considered Inevitable Six Killed In Explosion Sedalla MoSix persons were killed and 30 injured four of whom are not expected to live as the result of an explosion of a car of black powder at Windsor near here at 1015 oclock Tuesday morning The explosion was caused by John Wesley a negro who threw a lighted match Into a pile of powder which had splled from a broken keg of the ex plosive Fop his prank Wesley paid the with Ms life his body be lag horribly mutilated tRain Checks Forest Fires Duluth MlnnA heavy rain felPat Grand Maralft extending westward from there 15 or 20 miles While not extinguished the forest fires were held In chock as a result of the storm and Grand Marais Chicago nay and other north shore settlements that have thus far escaped tho flames are considered safe Tries to Cremate Herself Mobile AlaMrs Margaret Brad ford a widow suffering from mental derangement Friday morning saturat ed her bed with oil set lire to It and burnedIrecov ery impossible Joliet Woman Killed by Auto Joliet mClty Treasurer Martin B Schuster while automoblllng Fri day ran over und killed Mrs John Lye TIll woman became confused and stepped In front of the machine Gas Found Near Shawneetown Shawneetown Natural gas was discovered three miles north of this city Thursday Drillers made the dls covery while drilling a well at Fields schoolhouse There Is n constant now of gas from the well IGalvCl10n Streets Flooded Galveston TexA six and onehalf Inch rainfall inside of ton lie sea caused the streets in the business section of its city to be flooded Thursday after Goon The wind reached a velocity of 62 miles an hour CONGRESSMAN LANING FREE Ohioan Acquitted of Charge of Mis applying Funds Fremont O The jury In the Laning case returned a verdict ot not guilty late Thursday afternoon after considering the case less than an hour all told Following the return of the verdict there were congratula tions on all sides between attorneys jurors judge the defendant and others Interested Mr LanIng Is inlerested In many business enterprises In Norwalk his home lie was a director of the Ohio Trust Company through which his va rious financial matters were negotlat ed and president of the Luning Print- Ing Company the plant of which was recently burned This company did much of tile state printing Together with J C Gibbs man ager of the Ohio Trust Company the congressman was indicted on the charge of misapplying funds of the latter company and embezzling stock of the Norwalk Savings Bank Com pany They also were accused of loaning funds to fictitious real estate com panies owned in part by officers of the bank it was alleged and used as a blind to cover personal loans HARD BLOW AT FORAKER Hearst Makes Sensational Statements About Him and Standard Oil Columbus O Thomas Hlsgen candidate of the Independence party for president and William R Hearst addressed a meeting in Memorial hall Thursday night under the auspices of the local organization of the party Mr Hearst read letters byJohnQrakerotOhioh iubBKas siha MeiKKiiilrig two in closures of checks one for 15000 and another for 1450ri Cincinnati That ho had been an attorney for the Standard Oil Corn pany several years ago terminat ing such service before the federal prosecution of that concern but such employment had nothing to do with matters pending in congress or in which the federal government was In terested is the substance of a brief statement made Friday by Senator Foraker In answer to charges made by William R Hearst In Columbus Thursday night NURSE CARELESS THREE DEAD Serious Case of Poisoning in San Diego County Hospital San Diego Cal Three deaths have already resulted from the carelessness attheexpected and four other persons are seriously ill The dead are J Young ShuetteAllnoon and evidence of poison was so great that an Investigation was start ed ending finally in a confession by Miss Arthur that she had neglected to throw out some water in which there was a quantity of atropine and that her patients had got hold of it for their medicine Miss Arthur Is In a state of collapse but is kept under surveillance Tabriz May Be Bombarded strugglebetween ists for the control of Tabriz is Immi nent Alri Ed Dowleh of the shahs forces has sent an ultimatum to Satar Khan to lay down his arms and surrender the city in jS hours threatening otherwise that he would bombard the capital Satar Khan flatly refused to comply Foreigners here are In great danger The Nationalists think ing that their presence will interfere with the bombardment refuse to permit them to leave the city Slayer Acquitted as Insane Trinidad CoL Charles W Moore who killed David Cohen son of Rabbi Cohen of Detroit August 11 In this city by blowing his head off wfth a shotgun was acquitted Thursday of the charge of murder His defense was Insanity Death for Negro Murderer Springfield Thursday evening the jury In the Joseph James case returned a verdict of guilty and fixed the penalty at death James took the verdict unconcernedly Lieut Col Newbold Dies Washington Lieut Col Charles Newbold U S A retired died in California Wednesday while en route to Colorado Springs according to ad vices received here Col Newbold was orn In Philadelphia Conditions In Japan Are Bad Victoria B CA J Souza who arr- Ived by the Akl Mare says financial conditions in Japan are bad and be Wlnltocontracts H l y REAPED BY THE ASIATIC P3T ARE HUNDREDS OF VICTIMS DAILY IN THE CAPITAL And It Has Spread to Other Russiar CitiesSchools of St Peters burg Serve As Hospitals St Petersburg Sept 21St Petersburg is in the grasp of the Asiatic cholera which already has exceede In severity and number the visltatloi of 1903 The dii aso is Increaslnj dally at an alarming rate and unles the authorities show In the future i much greater degree of ability to copt with the situation than they have in the past there is every reason to tea that it will get out of their hands The government has threatened to apply the provisions of martial law and this threat has driven the municipal offi clals to bond all their energies to the campaign of clearing the city of the scourgeThe aldermanic council Sunday voted a preliminary sum amounting to 1250000 to enlarge the hospital space to purchase and distribute disinfec tants the supply of which in St Petersburg is well nigh exhausted and to expedite the Interment of bodies which has been notoriously slow The dead houses are overcrowded and many corpses He unburied- A beginning was made Sunday when public schools were transformed Into hospital wards A number of the gram mar schools were closed and 4000of the students sent to their homes The situation which has always been serious since the very first case was reported assumes a graver aspect from tho appearance Sunday of a very virulent type of the disease In two cases of which death followed within 1C minutes of the first symptoms- As announced by the official bulletins the cases numbered 349 and tim deaths 128 luring the 24 hours be tween Friday noon and Saturday noon This was a considerable decrease from the preceding day but there Is doubt of the accuracy of the official statement The racord for the same 24 hours ascertained from unofficial but reliable sources show the actual number to have been far in excess of that Whether or not however there was an actual Increase the disease re slimed its march on Saturday the stat istics posted showing that from Saturday noon until Sunday noon there were 398 cases Iud 141 deaths this be ing the largest number so far officially announced Fifty Hjght New Cases in Manila Manila Sept 21 Fiftyeight now cases of cholera and 19 deaths are reported for the 24 hours ending at t oclock Monjlay morning The Infected areas ae spreading but the health authorities are confident they wll speedily gain control of the situation Gov General Smith has summoned special meeting of the members of the Philippine commission to discuss the plague situation and to lay plans for an extenslort of the campaign now be tu wnel nit the dLse FOREST FIRE RAZES TWO CITIES More ThAn Four Thousand People Havel Been Made Homeless Rhlnelabder WIs Sept 21The towns of Clagan and Woodboro on the Soo railroad were wiped out by forest fires Suitday Both were prosperous lumber centers each having a popula tion of All there are homeless Burned rout of their homes the people began fleeing from the fire which grew more dangerous with each mIn- ute Women carrying children in their arms and men and boys with packs on their backs ran toward Rhinelonder many falling prostrate in the heat only to be helped on by the stronger allot those burned out at Gagan reached Rhlnelander Sunday night and are being cared for But few of the Woodboro people are here and It is not known what has become of all of them Hundreds ot men have gone out from this city to fight the flames but reports received from those who are returning Sunday night say they have made little progress in their battle against the fire Slayer of Student Loses Home By Fire Manhattan Kan Sept 2LA fire oi incendiary origin completely destroyed M A Crevistons residence hero The fire department responded promptly but had no sooner got a stream 01 water on the building than the water supply was shut off Last Tuesday evening Creviston shot and killed John Koons and seriously wounded Aide colIthe boys knocked on the side of his house while passing Mother and Daughter Killed By Negro Jacksonville Fin Sept 21Walter Ledbctter a negro tramp arrested bj Sheriff Bowden has confessed that he killed Mrs Norman and her daughter Saturday midnight There are threats of a lynching but the prisoner Is safe ly lodged in the DuvaI county jail A speedy trial is being arranged for him Murder and Suicide Princeton Mo Sept 2LIn the midst of a gay party of young people Edward Ash son of a welltodo farmer shot and mortally wounded Tom Gardner ope of his associates Ash ended his life later under a train Blessed By the Pope Rome Sept 21The Pope Sunday received In audience 70 sailors from the American battleships Maine and Alabama which are at Naples Each kissed the popes ring and received from him a medal and his benediction Bishop Stricken Montreal Sept 21Blshop Car mlchqel of the Church of England diocese of Montreal Is lying at the point of death He preached Sunday morning in the cathedral In the vestry after the servile he was stricken with an attack of heart failure Another Typhoon Hong Kong Sept 21A typhoon It raging in the southeast and its cen tel theatens to strike the foreIgn colony here The native boating pop illation Is panicstricken and is fleelnf for shelter Vj Y1IJ I 4 I Ii II II FROM ALL OVER THE STATE I SON RESTORED TO FATHER Whom Aged Parent Thought Had Died 33 Years AQO Lexington KyJohn Hoggs has recovered a son who he thought died 33 years ago Lester Boggs of St Louis camu to Lexington several days ago looking for his father The son had no recollection of him but knew that he had fought in the civil war He found that the old man was a caretaker of osters slaughter house on the old Frankfort pike and went there For some time the elder Boggs would not believe that the young man was his son but when It was proved to him he was overjoyed Lester Boggs Is 36 years old nnd has never married lie is in business in St Louis Mo Ills father left hint when lie was 3 years old In St Louis and came to Lexington where he received n message stating that the childI was dead and burled lie n turned to St Louis and did not know that the boy was living THE PUBLIC WON In Kentucky Court Involving Access to Sulphur Springs Glasgow KyOne of the hardest fought legal battles ever waged in this section closed when Circuit Judge Ba her announced his decision in the noted sulphur well case In Metcalfo county deciding In favor of the public Sixtyeight years ago Ezekio Neal while drilling for salt water drilled in this sulphur welt For the past 25 years the place has been a popular summer resort Neal made a wilt deeding the sul phur well to the public Later the courthouse was destroyed by fire and the deed burned Then the trouble started C W Thompson and G W McPherson were conducting rival ho tels McPherson brought suit for the sale of the well Thompson became the purchaser He in turn brought suit against Mc Pherson and his guests to enjoin them from using the water Judge Baker decided the case in favor of McPher son and the public Will File Suits Hopklnsvlllc Ky County Attorney Duffy is preparing several hundred suits which he proposes to file for the approaching term of circuit court io orllandscounty Suit for 1750 has been filed agaInst Christian county by Cherry Bros who allege that the county has violated the tqrms of a contract Auditor Named To Settle Estate Jackson Ky Attorney A H Pat ton was appointed auditor for the es jfjstfi o tlo late Jno pn Hargls hy Circuit Judge J P Adams This has tho effect ot settling the litigation between Mrs Hargis and her daughter Mrs Evelyn Hogg as Patton Is a spe vial friend of the family Summoned To LondonICovington KyJCovington who has filed his claim toI the Pomfret estate in England to be worth 17500000 was served with a writ to appear in the high court of chancery in London at Its coming fall term to prove his claim Depositors Will Be Paid Louisville KyAbout 1800 deposl tore of the Masonic Savings bank which tailed 20 years ago will be paid their final dividend by the Columbia Trust Co Nearly 50000 will be dls tributed making a total of SO per cent paid off The depositors are scattered all over the country Twenty Per Cent Discount Allowed Lexington KyThe Lexington Rail way and Electric Lighting Co announced a discount of 20s per cent pn alt bills for electric lighting paid with in 10 days after the first ot each mouth Incidentally a competing plant Is to be erected here Dispute Over FiveCent Piece Maysvllle KyA dispute which arose over a nickel during the pro gress of a dice game near this city culminated in the shooting and instant killing of Clabe Payne by Brack JOhnIson This is the third killing county in as many Teacher weeksII Lexington KyMrs Sophia Gibson charged with incompetency as a teach er by parents of some of her pupils was exonerated at an examination before the trustees of school division No1 Lumber Companies Merge Lexington KyThe Combs Lumber Go and the Lexington Lumber Co were merged The total holdings of the combined companies represent over 1000000 Made Vice Commander Louisville KyIn the meeting hero of tho Orphan Brigade the office cf vice commander of the famous fighters of 61 was established Maj Sam Buchanan of Louisville was elected to the office Released From Jail Louisville Kyon furnishing a 20 000 bond Lattimore D Carter alleged defaulter of 90000 from the Douglas estate was released from jail Carters family secured the surety for his release War on the Speeders ML Sterling Ky Farmers are band Ing together and guarding Sarnplkes for the purpose of making raids on au tomobiies exceeding the speed limit They declare they must be stopped as they have already caused many se rious accidents Victim of Own Engine Hopkinsvllle KyI II Cole 20 a fireman on an L N freight train went to sleep on the track and was run over and killed by his own train Cole lived in Nashville and the body was sent there for burial y 4 ASSOCIATION FORMED To Secure Good Roads Gov WIMsorv to Offer His Support Louisville Ky Movement toward good roads was made at the state fair grounds when the Kentucky Good Roads association was organized with State Senator J F Bosworth of Bell county chairman and Robert EL Hughes of Louisville secretary Resolutions indorsing tho WyattBos worth amendment to the constitution providing a tax In each county of 20 cents on the 100 for good roads were adopted and a publicity campaign was at once begun to put the proposition before the people Tho state press and other organizations pledged sup port As summoner of the convention and i one chief In promoting the association Gov Willson made a speech to 10000 people in the livestock pavilion fol lowing the meeting He strongly advocate good roads and promised to give time state fair next year all that tho state could afford NEW LAW r i Will Benefit the Denominational ltSchools Says Crabbe i JJtPuhllcthe first explanation that has been gly i it en of the effect of the new school law t upon the denominational schools of the state Superintendent makes to a statement allegedI 1 fDeeringnew school law will have a very In jurious effect upon the denominational tschools especially in the eastern part of the state Superintendent Crabbe declare that such a statement Is iwithout foundation and he points out J how the new law will have a beneficlaljeffect upon all of the educational In terests of the state jttVlmamlilaguc of 1813 and ot James Lane Al lens story King Solomon of Ken lucky was unveiled in Lexington E cemetery with appropriate ceremonies The monument was erected by the f King Solomon Memorial association which was organized by the young au tfcor John Wilson Townsend who in spired the movement Gen Samuel Wl Price Judge James H Mulligan May or John Skaln Gov Augustus E Will Jison Rev Charles I Reynolds and t Uev E G B Mann participated the ceremonies Two Men Shot To Death v lfNewport Ky During a quarrel r f which occurred In this Slav colony ad joining tho new steel plant on thijfi jWi Ucklnp Qf Jpseph l1HUIJItAlAntJf1td Brpckhafi er were shot and Instantly killed t Steve BcnjariklB under arrest at the Newport jail charged with first degree murder and the police have been fur nlfthcd a description of aol are scour Ntlug the country for John Melten Both men were shot through the heart IFlies Suit For DamagesfHopklnsville KyL M Rerishaw appointed sheriff of Christian county when David Smith Was ousted from office has filed suit against Smith M 7 1 V Dullu Und James West on an n r demnifying bond and against Smith personally Damages of 1000 Is ask d in each case Time suits are for the recovery of amounts which Renshaw claims he lost and was Damaged by being kept out of office by injunction Picked By Postmasters Louls l1leKrTho following ofll cers were chosen by the Kentucky fourthclass postmasters In session here E C Stockwell Trenton Ky president MlL Webb Simpson vjlle f vice president L ton aqn West Point secretary David Skaggs Rocky Hill Station treasurer Equity MaflsLossif kFrankfort KyA teed and tobacco i barn and other buildings on the farm of J W Scott manager of the EqultyIo warehouse In this county was 4deJ i1stroyed by fire The general opinion is that the fire was of incendiary ori gin ILifeof Dr with tile killing of Blevlns JSidnelU in MIddlesboro In March wassenteneed i ito the penltenllary for ute This was the second trial of the case the first jury being unable to agree Policeman Stabbed To De th Paris KyWhen ondutYJs chief- of f the negro police of this city Henry iitirWilliams was stabbed to ileathby Bud i Warren Williams was attempting to Jl arrest Warren who was creating a dis turbance at the negro fair lJilh Only Six Were Hit i Stanford KyAt Moreland Deputy Sheriff Ferrlell attempted to quiet two drunken boys and a shooting foK lowed Six people were hit jd f lets but none of them were dangerX ously hurt 11 ExCounty Treasurer Hess DeadhNewport KyPeter Hess egcoun ty treasurer of Campbell county tand one of Campbell countys bestknown j citizens died at his home in ClaryviUo after a lingering illness Death was due to a complication ot troubles Farmer Seeks Missing Daughter Lexington KyM B Reynolds a fanner living on the Jacks Creek road is seeking information as to the where abouts of his daughter who left home the night of September 2 About ths same time a form hand disappeared also v Kentucky Lumber Plant Burns Morehead KyTime Licking River Lumber Co mill at Farmer valued at 75000 was burned The mill has been Idle for several weeks on account ot a strike Several men were seriously injure ISPS 4411 I 1HI1ftr j rrJ1Tt A ZJ7 ZUrIVfLlF- tJt WZCOZT SYNOPSIS I bapiCnry whom ho was to assist tnskderry boat trip Into the city The reo t IIllwithiia c explnnatlonze I tlknowWilton leaves Giles In their room with Instruction to await his return Hardly haa he gone than OUca Is stllrtled by acry of Help Dudley Is summoned tot the morgue and there finds tho dead body of bis friend Wlton Aiul a ecplalnlngfdiscover the secret mlnnlon his friend ntruRted to hIm Dudley continues luadle Jr disguise and permits himself to be known as Henry Vltton Dudley mistaken for IB by to assist DudleywiMother Itorton who makes a confidant of him ILa can learn nothing about the r tJ tnysterlou boy further that It U aretIs a traitor playlnir both hands in the game Dudley gets his first knowledge of Decker who Is Knapps enemy on the Knaprahis daughter lie learns the note wadforgery He Is provided with four Brown Barkhouse FlUnugh and Porter I He tams there is to be no trouble about thehiret Richmond The body of Henry Wilton to committed to the vault Dudley re ponds to a note and visits Mother Bor ten In company with Policeman Carson I Giles Dudley again visits the Knapp anala4 through Chinatown is planned The trip IChinatown Giles Dudley learns that TerrillLuella anCfrom the rest of the party and imprison ed Ina hallway behind an ironbound thelmprlaontdi knocked down Giles begins tiring 1 CHAPTER XVIII Continued Theres one fellow there I said But Its the ono I knocked down Cant you see tho others inquired I Luella aNo more In sight said I after a i bolder survey Theyve run away if Oh Tm glad said Luella I youftack usrf Before I could reply to Luellas ques tlon a tattoo was beaten upon the i and a muffled shout came from t ir i aer side t stepped down from 4 iw stair to listen J Aro you hurt shouted Corson p Whats the matter iJNo damage I returned I drove lem off- jCoreon l outert some r rther vmrds Vpr p I tunVn iv- vokes and a w dUe o fr tl b blndJca rjOok out cried Luella peremptor Comebackhero f lihave said thattlie passage opened tytbj a little cburand at the end a lamp gave llght to the court and the lsage AsjI turned I saw a contusion of men pourlqg Into the open space and heading for the passage They were evidently hut in the gleam of tho lamp I was sure t saw the evil lface and snakeeyes of Tom Terrill He was wrapped in the blouse but I could not be mistaken Thea with a chorus of yells there was the crack of a pistol and a bullet truck the door close to my ear n It was ajl done In an instant Be fore the sound of the shot I dropped and then made a leap for the stair OaS cried Luella anxiously were 1ycu dU f ItfiElscklefa l I do1shsidiveher B small reyolver j that tenDe when I want It a I 1Sd1t Im killed get up the stairs Pa hid defend yourself with it Dont fire i t valeas you have to We are short of t ammunitIon I had but three shots v ta the large ix shooter rukedLuellat7IaJBOlBentaad a single volco could be heard is I peered cautiously around the cor urt Theres geatleman la billycock 1twhQjfl ratheranxious to have tbem j i the wayI Hldbutthey seem it prefer listening to fighting fThegeatlemaa whose voice was Xor IIWat I discovered to be ray snakeeyed 1IHeB medto be having dif- i if fculty with the language and was 1 kiag out his PidginEnglish with pan aJ teei There cried Luella with a start VJwbatVi thatr110 t I rAheaTY blow ahoo ktheallsotthe ad the paasage yonaJ are trouble the must do It at once Corsons got ah ar and the door will be down first they know oThaa Heaven whispered Luella 1 iiaAn4theu she bep to tremble 10t The blows followed fast upon each I tl ether but suddenly they we- reSt t dreWaedIa a chorus of yells and a I of revolver shots sent the bul Iet8 spatting against the door v Look out Miss Knapp A said t Theyre comlar Stand close behind me aad crouch down if they get this 4h Mr a 4The 1 was advancing with a frightful din but was making more Mv ibtee than speed EvldenUy It bad lit tie heart for its Job I kea into the yelling mob forth 8 p t iMke yed agent ot Doddrldge Knapp i tet could not single him out i dared wait no longer Almlngat UW foremost I fired twice at the ad p vanctes assailants There Were scouts and screams of pain in answer4 w4 the line hesitated f gave them Ia0 1 tlt remaining cartridge and seizing tIM smaller weapon from Luella fire d 0 TM rapidly as T could pull the trigger a uip 4 AL mILIDIID 785mt7waetYYntHY MruruVLr tnt ftruuuIrS fl The effect was instantaneous With a succession of howls and curses the nd broke and rannil save one who leaped swiftly forward with a long knife In bin hand It would have gone hard with mo ho had ever reached me for he was a large and powerful follow and my last shot was gone But In the dark and smoky passage ho stumbled over e prostrate body of tho Ilrst des pe rndo whom I had been fortunate enough to knock down and fell sprawl- Ing at full length almost at my feet With one leap I was on his back and with a blow from tho revolver I had quieted him wrenched tho knife i om his hand and had the point rest g on his neck Luella gave a scream Oh she cried are you hurt No I said lightly but I dont think this gentleman Is feeling very well lbs likely to have a sore head for a day or two- Como back here said LueUa In i peremptory tone Those men may como again and shoot you I dont think so said I The oor is coming down But anyhow 1 shudderh cant leave our friend here Lie sUll I growled giving the captive a gentle prod in the neck with the point of his knife to emphasize my desire to have peace and quiet between Us I heard him swear under his breath The words were foreign but there was no mistaking the sentiment behind them- You arent killing him areyou1 i Luellaanxlouslyltblnklt to the country I confessed but Ill save him for the ngtnanCI You neednt speak so regretfully laughed Luella with a little return of her former spirit But here our peo eomeThe had been plied steadily but the door came down with difficulty At last it was shaking and yielding swayedbentand with a babel of shouts Corson Porter Barkhouse and Wainwright with two more policemen poured through the powers youre sater cried Consort wringing my hand while the policemen took the prostrate Chin ladyhurtrNo harm done said Luella Mr Wilton is quite a general I called my men aside and spoke sharplyYou havent obeyed orders I said You Porter and you Barkhouse were to keep close by me tonight goodlucknot killed You Walnwrlght were to follow Tom Terrill I saw Terrill Just youturndoor sheepishenough1 was following Terrill when he l tslntO a gang of highbinders and goes Into one of these rooms over here a ways lwaits awhile for him and then starts to look around a bit agaInstPortercrazy as a loon saying as how you was murdered and they had got to save you Well Just keep close to me for tho rest of the night and well say no more damagedonenothing was teel1ng now the return effects of my blow on the coolies1 chin I dont understand this Mr Wil ton said Corson in confidential perplexity I dont see why the haythen were after yez I sawI saw Tom Terrill said I stumbling over the name of Dodd ridge Knapp I determined to keep Milfr vJi1II tho Incident of lila appearance to mj self I dont see how he worked it said Corson with a shako of the head They dont like to stand against a white man Its a qimru talo lie must have told em and a big sack bo must have promised em to bring em down on ye Was it for kllliu ye they was tryin or was they for catcbln yez aliveThey were trying to take us alive at first I think but till bullets whistled rather close for comfort I was a little shaky myself when they plunked against the door saul Corson with a smile While Corson was attempting to ex plain to Mrs Bowser tho nature of the blackmailing hands of the Chinese criminal element Luella said Please get us out of this I cant stand It I had marveled at her calm amltl tho excited talk of those about her but I saw now that It was forced by un effort of her will She was sadly shaken Take my arm I said Mr Cor son will lead the way I signed to Porter to go ahead and to Barkhouso and Wainwrlght to follow me Its very close here Its very ridiculous of me said Luella with an hysterical laugh but Im a little upset I daro say youre not used to It I suggested dryly Luella gave me a quick glance No are ou1 Its not customary- In our family she said with an at tempt at gaiety- I thought of the wolffigure who had como out of tho opium den and the taco framed In the lantern flash of the alley and was silent Perhaps tin thought of tho scene of the passage had come to her too for sbo ffTnJJr74 theOpening- Praise ed tad quickened her step Do you want to go through the theater asked Corson Noico whIspered Luella get me home at once We have ceen enough sights for the evening I believe said I Mrs Bowser was volubly regretful but declined Corsons offer to chap eron her through a night of itOn the way home Luella spoke n a word but Mrs Bowser filled the tlme with a detailed account of her emotions and sensations while Corson and his men were searching for us and beating down the door At the door Luella held out her hand impulsivelyI I knew whom to thank but I do thank himfor my safety perhaps my life Believe meI am grateful to a brave man I felt the warm clasp of her fingers for a moment and then with a flash of her eyes that set my blood on fire she wag gone and I was staggering down Doddrldge Knapps steps In a tumult of emotions CHAPTER XlJfc A Deal In Stocks The wolf face seamed with hatred and anger and hideous with evil pas sions that had glowered for a ment out of the smoky frame of ti Chinese den was still haunting me as Trick of Young Girl Yield Good Finan- cIal Returns The 15yearold daughter of a farm er living on the shores of Chesapeake bay where wild ducks are found la greater numbers than anywhere else in the United States has proved herself a better hunter than any of the men who make a living by It She noticed that at one spot hundreds of ducks came ashore to eat the sorrel plant She got a peck of corn soaked It for two days in whisky and then at night scattered it on the ground Her father laughed at the idea but he laughed too soon The next morning a large number of the ducks came ashore for the sorrel but took the forced myself once mace ta retoru to the office Wednesday morning had come and was duo to meet Dodd rldfio Knapp But as I unlocked the door I took some comfort in the moreImust be to meet mo I had scarcely settled myself In ray chair when I heard tho key turn In the lock Tho door swung open and In walked Doddrldge Knapp I hUll thought to Hud at least some trarj of tho opium debauch through which had gained tho clew to his strange and contradictory acts But the face before me was a mask that showed no sign of the experiences through which ho had passed For all that appeared ho might have em ployed the time since I had left here two days before In studying phlloso phy and cultivating peace and good will with his neighbors Ah Wilton ho said affably rub iilng his hands with a purring growl Youre ready for a hard days work I hope Nothing would please me better I said cheerfully my repugnance melting away with the magnetism oi his presence Is the black flag up to day He looked at me in surprise for an Instant antI then growled still In good humor totlarAndthe Street gave his orders for the morning You understand now he said at the end of his orders that you tire to sell all tho Crown Diamond that the market will take and buy all the Omega that you can get below one hundred I understand Well feed Decker about as big a dose as he can swallow I reckon grimOne to know It Im the only one operating for you Tho King of the Street drew his bushy brows down over his eyes antscowled at me a moment bigboardmen in the other boards you under stand I thought I understood and sallied DoddrldgoKnapps my business through three brokers and added LatUmcr and Hobart to Wallbridge and Bockstein and Ep p nero Bockstein greeted inc affably Volgome to do margct vonce more Mr Mr Wilton said Eppner assisting bit partner in his high dry voice with cold civility Ills blueblack eyes re garded tne as but a necessary part ol the machinery of commercelI gave my Dot Isa larch order said Bock stein dubiously You dont have to take it I was nbqut to retort when Eppncrs high pitched voice Interrupted Its all right Tho ustomary mar gin Is enough Wallbridge was more enthusiastic Youve come just in tho nfck rrf time said the stout little man swabbing his bald head from force of habit though tho morning wits chili 1he market has been drier than a foggyIornlngLattimer and Hobart alter a pollLte explanation of their rules In regard to margins and getting a certified check became obsequiously nnxioiu to do my blddlne I distributed the business with sucb Judgment that 1 felt pretty sure our plans could not In any way be ex posed and took my place at the rail in the board room The opening proceedings were com paratlvcly tame I detected a sad falllngorf In the quality and quantity of lung power and muscular activity among the buyers and sellers In the PitAt the call of Confidence Lattimer and Hobart began feeding shares to the market Confidence dropped flvi pllbeganThere was a roar and a growl thai stillIThe Decker forces were taken by surprise but with a hasty consultation camo gallantly to the rescue of their stock At tho close of the call they had forced It back and one point hIp er than at the opening This however was but a skirmish of outposts The fighting began at the call of Crown and Diamond It opened at 63 The first bid waa hardly made hen with a bellow Wall bridge charged on Deckers broker filled his bid and offered a thousand shares at 62 There was an answering roar froa a hundred throats and a mob rust on Wallbridge with the apparent la tent of tearing him limb from liiiElk Wallbrldgos offer was snapped up at once but a few weakkneed holder of the stock threw small blocks Os the market and1QTO nK CONTINUED DUCKS ON A SPREEcom Instead The result was thai over 50 of them were made so drunk that they were easily captured on lbs shore or by a boatland the girl mad over 25 at one haul Perhaps duck shouldnt be tempted td become drunkards but it is certainly an eaa and profitable way to gather them IiIfbecome hllailous Line Pays No Dividend Tho coach line that Alfred VaDdr hilt has established between the Hot land house New York and Ardsley 01 the Hudson Is not a paying business All the fares received In one sea 10 would not buy one of the eight Ken tucky blooded horses that draw thi coach The round trip tare ii 15 oV VALUE OF RAW APPLES Ideal Food for Those Who Would Live Long and Be Vigoious Miiny persons fancy that raw tipples an InillKcsllMc niul only endurable In lit tarty niorti lug Doubtless the olil adage that fruit is Klil In tho iiiornliix silver In the middle of the tar mill lead at night Is to sonic ex Itl aiiHwurable for this to my way or tlilnKliiR erroneous Impression Dieticians tell us that ripe ray up l les contain more phosphates In pro ar I Cticlerecent writer on this point boldly de clare that In this lies the secret of henlthfiil longevity They correct biliousness niul net as a sedative upon the racked nerves and nllny Insomnia Kat uncooked apples constantly al though of course In moderation and rink distilled water only fled years will he added to your life while theLevidences of will be III VThisposition that as age advances the tieeta systemIn1ti tnPhosphorici mount of earth salts and rep that reason Is pn bibly the nearest up r ioncli to the elixir or lire known to th aifjiur youth at the same time and toaui eatTand eat as little bread as possiblel th Miantlonld ho fully ripe when eatenWSigns of Royalty in New York Tho lion and the unicorn on the a g TreBritish rule In an American city said- a lawyer whose cHce Is near Fulton street St Pauls church is a niost place on a hot day and during he lunch hour not many days ago I strolled in there After picking my way through the crowd of stenographers under the shade of the big trees I entered the old church to take a much needed rest and found myself con fronted with the feathers and motto of the prince of Wales surmounting the pulpit Sonic local historians af terward told me that this is the only sign of royalty which the liberty boys left in New York city when they car therould III tirinSun DippedThat bath d tilifferentcountry Is proved by the old story of Charles Lamb Lamb had been ad vised by his physician to take a course of sea bathing As he descended the steps of tho bathing machine in the shallow water the cOld Increased sits natural stammer and it took him along while to inform two stout attend nndta that he wai to be dlrtl diUI dIPlied Impatiently they ducked hint and coming up spluttering In their embrace he began Once more I fell Tlieummur er you mememeanT I tell you Im to bo dl dl And then after the third duckjiig Oh limba of Satan Its now too late I tell you that I amno that I was to be dldldldipped only oncefi iuFindsThe syndicate of market gardeners at Paris France one of whose prlncl pal objects Is to further the exports trade has Investigated the lot exporting early vegetables to New York Only the difficulty experienced in obtaining a satisfactory arrangement for the cold storage of its products ou the transatlantic liners and the fact that the growing demand in England offers a sure and profitable market for more vegetables than the growers can supply has postponed the execution of the prajeeLbBlame Safer Than Praise As the Sandwich Islander believes that the strength and valor of the en emy he kills passes into himself so we gain the strength of the temptation we resist But as soon as honeyed words of praise lire spoken for me I feel as one that lies unprotected before his enemies Ulanie is safer than praise Worlds Lead Production The estimated worlds production of lead In 1907 was 9t4910 metric tons sa compared with 968174 tons in 1906 MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Sept IS- CATTLB Extra 51ii 5 CALVESExtra S 00 g 8 25 HOGS Choice 7 30 0 7 40 SHEKP Extra 3 60 3 75 LAMBS Spring 5 85 6 00 FLOUR Spring pat 5 85 10 WHEAT No 2 red 1 03 1 04 CORN No 2 mixed 82 OATSo 2 mixed 51 HYE No 2 choice 78 6 79 HAY Ch timothy a2 13 00 BUTTER Dairy 16 EGGS Per doz 23 APPLES Choice 2 00 3 00 85pCHICACO WHEAT No 2 red 99 1 00 CORNio 2 mixed 78 78VI 61PORKLARD Prime 10 17 NEW YOBK FLOUR Win patent 540 5 80 08JCORNOATSNo 2 mixed 52 PORK Prime mess 17 001750LA- TiUDStlarn 10 50 e10 60 BAL l1ou WHEAT No 2 red 1 00 CORNNo 2 mixed 83I OATSNo 2 mixed 63 intnsviixx WHEAT No 2 red 1 0- 1CORNNo2 mixed 84I OATSNo 2 mixed 54H HAY Ch timothy 11 50 ii12 00 HOGS Extra 6 45 700 IARD Steam 8 00 IJtDIATIirOIJS CATTLE Prime 5 75 7 00 HOGSExtra 6 85 7 2- 0SIIEKIExtia 4 00 Ej 4 25 f t mjh LA L tz t JR t At the National Capitall Gossip of People and Events Gathered in Washington oming White House Season toBe Gay JASillNGTONThc return to y WaRhln ton of President Roose t and family will mean that the sol Kensoii will iiejrln within a short time after their arrival Miss Ethel Roosevelt has spent a quiet summer greater part of it being at her fa rs home at Oyster Bay She has had a rest anti IB fully prepared for youngliretiley presented to society and will gn as the first young lady of the tl Regarding Miss Ethers social lIoeletyIsi has been recalled that the thence Roosevelt was given only one- tertainment by her parents In the hite House from her coming out ball This was a large dinner party eddy Interested in Statue of Self D RESIDENT ROOSEVELT has let I- tt he known that one of the chief things he Is Interested In during the ilosluc days of the latest administra lion the statue of himself which Is won to be placed In the senate gal lery All the other expresldents long been immortalized In marble and must of them had the picas sayinghetherbeen sutnciently complimentary- In view of the fact that Mr Roosevelt was still young and vigorous the senate hesitated to perpetuate him unr be was closer to the threescore d ten milestone But he passed the word along that he did not Intend to Osler Theory Will Stand Testfr il HAT the theory advocated by Dr Osler the distinguished scientist who while a member of the faculty of Inhns Hopkins university declared that mans usefulness ia at nn end aCterlIasslng life sixtieth milestone is a theory that will not stand tho test of ppplfcatlpn to everyday life Is the peelet to lead decidedly useful lives end to take as keen an interest In at- airs as many younger members of- ociety Not only this but they give punchbypassing the allotted threescore years and ten exampleshatthe age of 60 is to be found in Mrs Annie E Phllpott who at the age of S3 Is still a most cheerful and ef clent employe of the government ureau of engraylng and printing Mrs Philpott not only performs the work expected of her by Uncle Sam H in this city are to have fresh eggs this winter Selling ancient eggs at as high prices as fresh eggs has been a prac t ice under consideration by tho health officials for some time Drastic meas urea are to be taken to break It up approvedof1In ton and Immediately shoved In cold storage to keep until market prices satisfy the dealer it is tlrno to sell to the public Laws are sufficiently broad enough It is believed to cover this question From expressions of officials of the department they ate determined to apply the law The food Inspectors have already been given orders to enforce li- The sale of bad eggs In Washington has commented upon not only In this City but elsewhere according to officials A leading medical and health journal recently contained an article upon this subject it accused southern merchants of shipping un desirable eggs to Washington This was responsible for Dr Woodward directing Inspectors Mothers head and Hoover to make inquiries That was two months ago After talk Ing wilD the commission merchants retail dealers and others who handle eggs the inspectors reported that con ditions were satisfactory From what the merchants told them there was no truth in the article they reported Inspector Hoovers report was es pecially Interesting in view of the fact he said have talked with retail dealers r for young people followed by a dance Occasionally the parents had a few ol- their friends In to dinner but the sp j clal unit official programs of the prea Iilent and Mrs Roosevelt Icii little time on their calendar for any aId that MIsa Alice might have hat In mind So the little clique of which the presidents daughter was a melt her saw to t that her seasons pro 4d giom was full However this docs not promise to be the case when tIle younger daugh ten of the White HOUBO blobma outlaa a full Hedged social flower She will f have a brilliant hal1tho fairy stacy writers have fixed this Importait ievent for early in January Just after the official season opens and from that time until tho curtain rings slowly down on the administration of Theodore Roosevelt Ills young daughter will be the center of a bril limit whirl Society even hopes that her engagement will be announced be fore the close of her fathers term aV though even the most daring social Jgossips have not yet selected a life y mate for Miss Ethel i4 have been that take any chances on fao or African Horn so James E Prair of New Yorf who was ccjmmlstloned tii exe cute ty months ago was ordered to hunT up the heroic touirhea and sub mlt the design In plaster A few days ago bo notifIed the superintendent of the apltol build tInhlntarble j him to go ahead was about to bu is tfnayWitS to be done until the presldcnt bad looked himself over and was pleased iJotwith tile glad smile be was to hand down to posterity tIt is impossible to learn whether Mr ffFraser has molded Mr Roosevelt as the presiding officer of the senate tor t the uniform of a rough rider or in 84tennis costume It is understood that J iat l the sculptor is chiefly cone lDed over tt whether he has the I iJ ifi teeth showing and tho presidential t 1 glasses sitting at the correct angle t Not the ttwithout finding it a harden but mams i L 4tothe It r diver8iirrrtotnnly1pr6riiKiJ i t pica riilaUi2t5Wtrablya tiar inconj jijoyspeflcct eycsig i never heaving bud tp resOrt to thJwciini of glasses and Is much more actiye than uiany iorsons years iMrssturdy Pciinsjlvaiila 4 tamll 0wher Having always worked she lint Iexpressed the wish that slit may con 1 1tlonsitilled but at no near date In the future by any means In view of the fact that Dr Osler t upon the celebration 9f hIs sixtieth birthday several weeks ago elected Iip 1deputroute pointed out by him for those with 60 years to their credit Mrs Phil t flaTp1seatedto reach the niie old ago she hetell has attained and that he may be as iuseful in his sphere during bin reo maining years as she has been li vdt tiers cr More Fresh Eggs for City Next Winter tt OUSEKKEPERS propcrnumberof Revointlonary I V and they have Informed me that theii eggs are all right and that they have I received no complaints from thou i ilSlIicebeen complaints The Inspectors hanj 4 fffiTheyAccording toioneioffielal of the food oi ittbereover to the cold storage to awai J ltrcrgetsAn Island In LakeSoperlorbaaeeaf V stocked with Island j so named because It formerly Wu j fnoted as a home for the anlmaJaH JJ1fiThe1sltlonof Washington elegant aristocratic He had a fine head He was quite noted for that Hehndbecl model for illustrations of many heroic fig fitButwore about the rustiest suit of clothes 1you ever saw Hla shoes were Iowa afthe heel Ills cuffs were frayed His 1 TIfcollar stayed up with difficulty It was iV fitso old Wi t When the three hours were up beigave a sigh of relief for posing IB hardtwork There is no work harder 1artist drew forth his wad and paid ihMThe model thanked him with a igrateful smile t l5tlatpenny to get his lunch with rtAnd he looked at the picture he had a drawn of him nil a epleid senator i i fiof Washington with a complacent t fnltyI Longest Telegraph Wire Span ft An Indian stream tho River Kit jinab 600 feet wide haathe longest v i span of telegraph wiw in the world J liL t fr j t itjOtOi i r t rY r t OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK 1PUDLISIIED WEEKLY 1 r OWINGSVILLE KYlc Entered according to Act of Congress at the Owingsville Ky PosloiHcc as secondclass matter TilE OUTLOOKS subscription Dollar1SIXI Three months Thirtyfive Cents No commissions allowed any o subscriptionsSubscribers a of address should give previous writingCorrespondents always get their items to us not later than Monday if possible whe out of stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper News matter of general inter est is welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in serted I Advertisers wishing a clang orNdiscontinuance of ad should a inform us the week previous to publication day Address all communications to JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville tKy I THURSDAY SEPT 21 1908 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce e t r Allie W Young as a candidate J for reelection as Circuit Judge Alfor the Twentyfirst Judicial dis e j subject to the action of ther Democratic party y t tWeare authorized to announce Conner a candidate fo f reelection for om nonwealth- l Attorney of the 21st Judicial di r trict subject to the acti o n o f a the Democratic party r We are authorized toannounce W B White as a candidate fortoCommonwealths Attorney in t Twentyfirst Judicial districtsub ject to the action ofthe Democrat ic party We are authorized to announce t Mrs S B Hawkins as a candidate wfor Superintendent of Schools of Bath county subject to the action of the Democratic party p We are authorized to announce Miss Pickett Metcalfe as a candi date for S u p eri n ten dent of Schools of Bath county subject41 to the action of the Democratic party r Wpar autbartse annxtn Leonard Cassity as a candIdate r Superintendent of Public Schools pf Bath County subject to the action of the Democratic party f We are authorized to announce J W Penix a candidate for Su perintendent of Schools of Bath olmtysubJect to the action of the party We are authorized to announce Miss Carrie Nixon as a candidate SchoolsBathac- tion of of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Join W Dawson candidate for Clerk of the Bath Circuit Court subject tothactiQn of the Dem 1 ocratic party We are authorized to announce J J Mark asa candidate f County Judge of Bath Count subject to the action of the Dem- ocraticJ party R r announceAfred rfor County Judge of Bath sub jecttothe action of the Demo r cratic party r tVleare authorized to announce Leslie Shroubas a candidate for reelection as County Clerk of f Bath BubjEctto the action of the I announceWmburne a candidate for Sheriff of aMc partyWmelry i and Aaron Fanning of Salt Lick n willhe his deputies if elected annOUIleSethr subjetoct 1 c 1aCole Barnes of Preston iV his deputy if elected jai We are authorized to announ- y Samuel 0 Doggett sa can date for Jailer of Bath county Deitm aft V annountco to r tforJailer of Bath county subject A to the action of the Democratic party annountce or qubjectjt t1lty t rt l rt lr t i 1 i i 11 II I it iI l rfrJ n tF ty t ojJ f r a t r 19 s 1 f r1+ I 4 i c We are authorized to announce candidatcI 1 party We are authorized to announce Eastwood Italian us a candidate subjecstot party We are authorized to announce It T lobs Clark as a for Jailer of Bath countysubject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Wm W Nixon as a can dida t e countysubjecec party We are authorized to announce Ben Jones as a candidate for As tnII t of the Democratic par If nominated and elected WalterS Hendrix of South Sher burne and Thos J Crouch of Preston will be associated with Mr Jones in the discharge of the duties of the office We are authorized to announce Bige Wells a candidate for As sessor of Bath county subject to the action of the Democratic par ty If elected Elijah Terrill of Sharpsburg 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 No Preston subject to the actin 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 carn thsa party r hea s success Indiana byta which further increased the hopes of the Bryan managers NIGHTRIDING in Mississippi has taken the form of intimid t ing cotton planters from hauling their cotton to be dinned u Gov HUGHES was nominated o r Governofes has queered himself with lots of independent voters because of his puritanical tendencies BRYAN last week mla o hisfirst campaignor of 3 country in 1896 making many speeches in New York Connecti cut and Rhode Island It is sat that his is far more hos theRepublicmand taking notice Tti v SINGER the millionaire iron magnate of Pittsburg celebrated his golden wedding recently a no one but his wife and four sons was present Each child found a present of four million dollars on the table As the classic phrase has it that is going some Singer retained fifteen millions to guard the wolf from his own door WM R HEARST in two different speeches last week quoted a lot of letters from John Dr Archbold ForakYStandard Oil magnate had been supplying the Senator with large legislatonbyForaker has withdrawn from t in embarrass TaftITHE danger of an accident to the flying machine was well illus trated last Thursday when Orvil upinpropeller blade broke the chine turned over and fell to t ground fracturing Selfridges skull and breaking Wrights thigh diedWrigh flightinn combinehavepublican Presidential campaign seriously on the defensive Jas J Hills report of conditions in the West has alarmed Wall stye Undoubtedlyis in grave danger of its Waterloo It has been superbly com fadict k of the party unwarranted by present conditions UNCLE Jo CANNON is having lifeiorreelectionin ponents are attacking him from Theythat say as politicallyhein blocking the progress of need drJo forever more i T i I lsSw E f z + a t i f iI THE Ohio river has ceased to flow at Marietta Ohio A steamboat with a tow of coal barges is resting on the gravel bed of what was the river At Cincinnati it is said that a boy can wade thMriver The drouth is severer ever known throughout the Ohi valley and also extends castor the Alleghenies in Pennsylvania There were severe drouths in the early days but no doubt the de causesca1 otfII TilE Democratic State conven tion of New York nominated Lew is Stuyvesant Chanlcr for Gov ernor and John A Dix for Lieu tenant Governor The platform contains this gem which is worthy of the best traditions of Ut partyIVe are opposed to all sump turry legislation and we the people are best govetne who are governed The policy of that paragraph will regenerate the Democratic party and give it a renewed and deserved lease of life if it is hon estly embraced by the party throughout the nation- CORRESPONDENCE Correspondents MUST get their items to us Monday if they expect them to be printed And please remember that visits b tween neiphbors are not news Grange City visitIt son Marshall Hawkins and Miss Fannie Colliver visited the ters aunt Mrs T J Barnes Salt Lick and attended the fair IMisses Elizabeth Bradley Corrine Colliver visited W Razor and family at Salt Lick last week MreLindsey at Odessa Friday Miss Etta Kissick and Miss Blanche Newman visitedrel tives at Flemingsburg Saturd- and Sunday L G Rigdon is much better Upper Flat Creek Mrs Hawes Lane was the guest of Mrs Grit Lane last week Miss Prudie Burns of Mt Ster ling is visiting her uncle Yell Burns Miss Harriet Moxley who had been with the family of J H Carter for some time is visiting her sister Mrs Dr Phillips at Wyoming Misses Mary and Nell Glover were guests of their sister Mrs MilttrHtnvunl oirrassy Sunday The drou h has grown to alarming proportions Both drinking startde n is very much damaged C Glover returned Ylast n a tendays visit to Miss Mabel at Cat lettsburg PebblendThe drouth is causing forme to drive stock some distance to water and pastures are burning upBuck Stone sold 15 acres of perbarrelI N Powell sold a pair of two BaileyforRichard Anderson wife Mrs heMinnie Rodgers and son returned Tippecanoe City Ohio Monday a visit to relatives here nehear t Mrs Margaret A Stewart sun- day D H Hendrix sold 54 head of old sheep at 250 per head UipOdessahe and Be tha Anderson are both getting along nicely Fever began to break on each several days ago f I R Darnell boughtthree hogs of J B Darnell and two of M L Jones at 5c per pound Lexingtoen a Wilson the past week wearling 50nMr and Mrs J W Dame- visited Z T Crain and wife n Okla Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs R R Swetnam and two sons John and Wayne of Reynoldsville visited 1 R Darnell and wife Sunday- H M Butcher sold a bunch heifers last week to a Mr Tod pheaddamagingdiYfor this season U G Whaley sold to Rob Sously of Fleming county a fie acreles to be fed down at 250 per bblI ir0 77 7 r 1j Jtr D i T b Upper PrlcUiy Ash Mrs Sallie Cartmill is visiting her daughter Mrs Ben Picrsall on Salt Lick daughteissr hetefromlhuros c u ay R L Stone and wife spent last Sunday with E S Hamilton and wife on Roes Run Jared Selby and wife and Ban nie Graham and wife of Hills boro were guests of Almanza Stone and wife last week John D Manley and wife vis ited relatives at Salt Lick Satur lay and Sunday Mrs n F Shrout visited rei a Salel 1A great many from here at luder Mrs Eliza Reeves in Mt Sterling Sunday and Monday Said Eaulo George Boyd and Willie Manley went to the Martinsville Ind springs for their health JJrogressingas teacher Eli Lightner sold a cow am 3e0 John Crockett has almost lost his family three of his children have returned to West Virginia The Ohio rivet is lower th ever known It is only four fc deep at Coney Island addztof Thos Florence frienmds is much better Jim Hunt is the father of a 13 fBMark Donaldson who went to Oklahoma on a thirtyday excur daysY He in the shade there Jett Lester is visiting his old tome in Virginia Slate Valley It is very hot and dry and sto water is very scarce A good many from about here attended the SaltLick street fa The automobiles are causing the public a great deal of annoyance We are in danger of being pilled everytime we drive out on the people have plenty of horses and buggies and they dont want these scare crows on the road FortMillthorn in his knee Robert Bailey is building a nice dwelling house on his farm Several from Sees Sunday school were with our Sunday school Sunday A child 6f John Stone and vi died of diphtheria last week csSam Shultz and wife were the guests of Sam Conyers and wife Sunday upperSlaterents John K Jones and tvi Sunday Mrs Peter Hart and son Henry of Preston visited her sister Mrs Sam Conyers last week Crooks Wilson Hendrix shipped a carload of cattle to Cincinnati SaturdayMrs Caudill of Elliott daughterMrs Sam Lathram shipped a carload of cattle to Cincinnati S urday Mohent a tives here Misses Clarra McNab and Delia Carter visited relatives at S- Lick al from Friday until Sunday Drinking and stock water are very scarce here Springs and wells have gone dry B D Nixon wife and son visited relatives at Midland from Friday until Monday Wesley Blevens wife and Wallace McNab visited MrsI day at Salt Lick Saturday and Ull8 earSeveral from here attended t street fair at Salt Lick last week Mrs SrT Jackson is quite poorly Asa Rothwell who had been at Sadt Bdthelt W H Pieratt and W RrPe ers Jr were in Louisville Thitr- day and Friday Sundayd to Mrs T S Robertson returned Saturday from a weeks visit to rit f ID d JI fI T 40 her aunt Mrs Ruth Dodsworth at Cincinnati Thursday t r an to see to his farm there which h purchasedrecently Wm Vanarsdale left Thursda for Shelbyville Penn where h will go to school David E Reid and wife their son Charles and visitedI Owingsville Saturday and Sun uy Geo Parsons and familofMyers visited Jas Roberts an SundayDlrschool and gave us some fine music Willie Day the phono gtagh man had several pieces played into his machine and now we will have violin music at leis re Our ball team played at Bald Eagle and Moorefield last week being victorious at both places- F M Vice sold a nice saddle mare to Jas Hutchins for 200 S p noIMrs J E Carmichael is very poorly Mrs H S Bittinger is still improving Iledricde at Talcoft W Va Misses Lodema and Lena Alex ander are visiting relatives and friends at Winchester SterItEthel savehtr t Olympia Mrs Jo Foster and children of Spencer are visiting Mrs Frank Brown Mrs Lula Williams visited her- r sister Mrs J D Alexander Sunday Pet Donohew is very sick Miss Millie Carmichael Ie Monday to visit her cousin Miss Etta at McCausey Elder Wilhoit failed to fill appointment here Sunday Several from here attended the street fair at Salt Lick last week ckElder Adams will preach at Corinth Sunday and at Sugar Grove in the afternoop trJames Conner and wife Allington and wife of Thomas Station and Mr Rainey spe Saturday and Sunday with Liu Conner and wife Salt Lick IdaughtersBoone North from Wcdnesd until Saturday John McKinivan of Owing ville visited his sister Miss E from Friday till Saturday Elder Carpenter was in S Lick Saturdays wefere Miss Sudie Stout came down from Yale Saturday to visit the family of Isaac Shpase The street fair passed off quietly and everybody reporte good time fcRocco Evans of Plummers Landing visited his brother Cecil Evans Willie Havens of Morehead visited Dr L F Robbins and family Saturday and Sunday Married Jesse Clifton of Ok lahoma and Miss Creth of Salt Lick The bride is t daughter of Turner Evans and is ladyrperous life They will leave th week for his home in Oklahoma atMr and Mrs Odd Bromigem and wife of near Sharpsburg visited the family of Dr Dicken last week Died Rev A T Ham of this place Sept 14 Mr Ham came up to the Hospital with his wife to have a splinter removed from her hand Mr Ham fainted an reItaken to his home here and died Wednesday night He was forty ears old He leaves fathe- other two sisters one broth nnd a son daughter and wife to mourn their loss Interment was made in the Dickerson graveyard Olvmpla Elder Carpenter filled his reg yheSeveral from here attended the Salt Lick street fair visitingherRothwell B F Roberts and wife of E Junction are guests of Hartosf rtheMrs Thomas Thompson visitinghercounty James Gray returned to West Virginia after a weeks visit his o mother Mrs John HunterI isIImprovmg Lexinet b ert Overbey horne2 a s tistayrelatives IBen Penix of Falmouth is of his parents W W P nix and wife vefJ of his illness J P Gopher is on the sick list MSrt Irwin and wife of Farm ers moved to the depot property lately vacated by H 0 Irwin We welcome them to our town Mrs Lizzie Wells was the guest of relatives at Salt Lick last week Jeff Hovermale will move ne Monday to Montgomery county stooos TheIRye that was sown a few weeks back has perished Miss Sarah L Foley has go- k to attend school at Morehead Born Sept 16 to Ed Toy an wife a fine daughter Herbert Karrick and wife of Winchester visited Frank Daniel and family last week Harrison Conn and Bert Sau of Bourbon county tv move to N B Youngs farm Jan 1 1909 It is reported that Tom Watson is going to capture the elector vote of Georgia What in S a Hill would he do with it neighborhooa Clark Jones of Judy returned last week from a several months stay in Cincinnati ftThe drouth is growing every day and have ab quit talcingabout Burning a sas4 hisHearst Higsen Graves and t Devil seem to be about all that left of the Independence League Ray Goodan of near 0 wings vine was a visitor here Sunday familyPreston D of ayonnttis reported that many head hi cattle died on the way to terling Court for want of wat Hinkstbn Creek is lower than yearsfcSundaayY tel Miss Mayme D returned h relativesaMcCartyItof baled hay at S12 a ton delivered at Owingsville OFfiCIAL CALL For Democratic Judict Twentydfor November loth At a meeting of the Democratic TwentyfirstJudicial Sterling Kyon Monday Sept 7 1908 at which meeting all members of said Committee were whef Senff Secretary and the following resolutions were duly offered towitisec tion for the purpose of selecting a Democratic Candidate for the office of Commonwealths Attor ney in said District to be voted for at the November election 1909 be held in each of the vot ing precincts of said district on Tuesday the tenth day of November 1908 electidotI whomase November 1908 the polls sh be opened at 6 oclock arm and voergovernedbythis State THIRD Whereas it is the sense of this Committee that it will require approximately 100000 to hold that same should be equally apportioned among the various said nominations be it therefore abovenomadgamong the candidates for said areLthreetfour candidates onefourth each Should it require more than above sum to properly hold tangsame shall pay said deficit or should it not require all Qf said sum to do so the amount remain r l l- i ing after the payment of all necessary expenses is to be re proportionately ing to be candidates before said primary shall at least fifteen daysrprior to the date of said notify John T Kimbrough Chair man of Owingsville Ky of his candidacy and deposit at said proportionatepart figured the basis of the hayeFOURTH Should there be but lone candidate for either or both 6 ilteeafter provided for declare him the nominee for said office and certify the same as required by beIused in said primary and the de posit herein provided for shall be ortprovided for as candidates for the Democraticnomination for either or both of said offices then r the Chairman of the Democratic Committee of Montgomery County is hereby appointed Commit tee of one to cause to be printed forneupon revdnames of such candidates that providedtogether nature on the back thereof and is directed to at once have print byillpublish these resolutions as he may deem proper and to take any and all steps necessary to see that said primary is fairl and nand properly conducted rHThe Chairman of the yghgated and directed to see that the booths stencils pads etc are furnished each voting precinct within his respective coun ty that voting places therein are andoutprop nerprimarySIXTH ts ofisthe precinct wherein they offer to vote and all young men who I will be legal voters at the regular November election 1909 and in tend to affiliate with the Demo f SUDportyentitled and invited to thereint 1errlace and phour4th day 1 oftiGSaid officers shall b ghselected by said Committee votingesnished by each candidate before said primary and shall be divided t as near equally as possible Each candidate shall be entitled to a challenger and inspector to be then appointed At said adjourned meeting said Committee shall take any and all further steps conductalEIGHTH After said primary designated respectiveCountyChairmen with a certificate from there showingthe bedeliveredmeeting to be hereafter designa ted when the nominee or n nees of this primary are to be de dared andcertified as requiredIby law On motion the meeting adjourn t ed to meet at the time and place hereinbefore mentioned JOHN T KIMBROUGH Chn E W SENFF Secy l Wheat went up to 109 De cember option at Chicago last 4l week 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