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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v I 00 H 4 A aer i ir4 J P1 fi1 1 e r Cf CI iJ 4 r I I i tiJ0 iraVOL XXX OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCT 15 1908 NO 14 J TO SUBSCRIBERS The new postal ruling was enforced April i Subscribers who wish THE OUTLOOK to continue coming to L them should watch 1 their address labels1 and see that the date j tisahead of the date of i next issue of theIr per The year for paidtJi for is indicated thus jr 15 09 meaning that 1 the subscription is paid to January 15 w 1 1909 i A shower before day Thursday laid the dust I I ebel Jack Hawkins was in town Monday a zj 3 Best calico 5c best outing 9c for cash at Mrs Estills 4 4t Carlisle is to have an agricul i tural fair beginning October 17 For Sale 14 bushels clean see w t JOHN W HONAKER The weather is all that could be desired now if water was just plentifulto 2e3 A James Everman bought a three yearold horse of J B Goodpas ter for 125 The big ShortHorn sale of A W Bascom is going on as we print this edition k Bring me your eggs Highest 4 00 market price paid for them in 4 cash at Mrs Estills no The Lexington trotting races r arein full headway this week t f with fine weather forthe sport r For SigeServiceaUle cannon k stove at nearly the price of old Vi iron at THE OUTLOOK office tf v U S Senator Thos H Payn ter canceled his engagement to speak here Saturday afternoon The guns are popping around Y V in the neighborhood of town like the game law was being violated Boys caps 24c and 48c tobog gans 24c and 49c baby caps and sacks 28 34 and 48c at Mrs Es tills uHenry Williams bought two jacks of Sam Rails of Sharps y burg to be shipped to Buffalo Il linois Bluegrass farms and good city property for sale Address B I F Real estate Broker Paris Ky 143t f scar Palmer finished the ce daIm about an hoer before the rain afternoonoLost Ladys hat in box be A tween John W Dawsons and r 1arpersschoolnouse Reward for return to John W Dawson t Corn for Sale About 50 barrel- r f of corn in shock on middle Fla Creek uear Clarks nursery HO14AKERcoliSo a of the candidates in the j Democratic 7 have feeIFor firstclass hardware wag- onsl M and farming implements har bees of all kinds woven fence ASee E L A T BYRON t z tSpedingbyand Deering r tisaleby El L A T BYRON r Estill Honaker have received fr I a pair of Barcus horse stocks an can now shoe the wildest hors JJ1 without dange r to tf J1Ct y r Mitchell wagons havestood the erstgear lightestrun e to ner in the market t t E L A T BYRON r t r i yI Report from Frenchburg say 1l1 ti Woodard shot by John a Phelps who afterward shot an t 1 H I WHed himself is dead from his I II t p wound 1 Mrs J W Hutcheson enter rained a company of friends wit iagame of flinch in honor of he rI t i daughter Mrs E E Holmes Fri day night t IijjI0 NUT SCARLET FEVER George L A Peeds two children did not r y have scarlet fever as reported ip last week but the little been affected by poison vine Jtr k I 1 s Ij I f tc fJ4 i 1 I t I 1J J lkS e fyAy IPERSONAL Sterling was here Monday Mrs L 0 Kimbrough went to ML Sterling Thursday W R Patterson of Winches ter came Sunday to visit relatives Chas H Duty and Deputy Col lector Kash of Mt were here Tuesday Jesse Barber returned Monday from a visit to his brothers Sam and Omar in Louisville- L R Slesser and wife attend ed the funeral of Fred Slesser in Cincinnati the past week Flemingsburged for and bought several horses T L Darnell and wife have returned from a visit in Pendle ton and Bracken counties Thos McClintock and wife of Millersburg were guests of their soninlaw T M Perry and wife the past weekIH C Gillaspie of Wades Mill was the guest of his soninlaw Walter Hamilton and wife Sun da m on ay loweIISlatelast week to attend State Univer jjity at Lexington A A Ramey and wife of How ards Mill have returned from a visit to different parts of Ohio Indiana and Michigan Mrs Wm S Reeves and son Clay of Mt Sterling on Monday visited Mrs H A Lyter who is upperPricklyHenry Williams Smith Wil liams and H W Carpenter of Buffalo Ill came last week to visit relatives and purchase horse and jack stock Charles T Lathram of Elk horn City Kv spent from Fri parentsJohuNaylors Branch Clark Bascom Jr and wife Millersburg Rezin 0wings and wife of Montgomery county were guests of A W Bascom and wife this week Mrs Kate who with hers h Chauncey is in on a visit to relatives in Clark and Bath coun ties from Louisiana Mo visited her cousins Mrs Belle Rice west of town and James A Barnes the past week She is a daugh ter of Jo Hart of Clarkcounty Buford Spencer who graduua ted from the Batavia High School in the class of 1908a young man of much promise has entered the Cincinnati Law School and will take the course in that institution He has secured a posi citywhere ing the hours not devoted to the lectures His friends look for ward to a brilliant career for him in the profession he has chosen Clemont 0 Sun Elder Combs of Morehead will begin a protracted at Slate Valley Monday night ber9 Oct1 MEETINGt byElderswell attended It will continue the balance of this week Elder Ellis is pronounced very able preacherSTRONG SPEECHHon Jerre Sullivan of Richmond made at the Courthouse Monday after noon what is prono unced the strongest and best Democratic speech heard here this campaign A goodsized audience heard him He is the author of the present school law BROKENep m Friday and continued intermit tently until about noon Saturday replenishing stock water in the branches and filling the cisterns It will take a much heavier down pour to fill wells ponds and pools conlSTILL AT IT The many friends of W M Shirley an old Owings ville boy will be interested to accepra as man ager of The Bee Hive a monthly magazine of the order of Knights and Ladies of the Maccabees published at Port Huron Mich Will got printers ink on his fin gers in a newspaper office in this townover years ago 1t jZ7i ii Ill lJ IYH l t t FRED SLESSERS DEATH News reached here Friday afternoon that Fred Slesser had shot and killed himself at the home of his brotherinlaw in Cincinnati that day Expressions of regret and sorrow were general for all held him in friendly regard and the sentiment was that an upright and useful business man and citizen had unnecessarily yielded to de spair through financial embar rassments Mr Slesser had left his wife at their home at Olym piaFuneral services were held Monday at 1230 oclock by the Knights of Pythias of which or der and also the Masons deceas ed was a member The burial was made at Cincinnati Lewis R and Fred Slesser first came to this town about thirty six years ago and engaged in the dry goods business Several years ago Fred engaged in the timber and general merchandise business at Olympia where he was resid ing at the time of his death He was about 60 years of age and was of foreign birth being a na tive of one of the German States He was twice married but had no children His widow has the sympathy of all in her sorrow NEGRO KILLEDOne night last week at Crocketts livery sta ble in Sharpsburg Charles Scott of color while wrestling with Rupert R Hardin was shot and killed by it is claimed the acci dental discharge of Hardins pistol It seems that there was a sort of horse play carried on by the whites and blacks who fre quented the stable in the way of poleHardin sult to his assailant Hardin is aged 18 and is a son of Jo Har din the stonemason Scott was about 23 and married Hardin was arrested at Mt Sterling and gave 500 bond for his appear ance before Judge Lane here Tuesday chargelofdays in iail and a fine of S50 on the charge of carrying conceal ed weapon AT BLEVINSVALLEYThe- Sundayschool childrens day the first Sunday in October at Blev ins Valley near Preston was a success in every respect The fifty happy little boys and girls assisted by their devoted teach ers did themselves proud in car rying out the program of the ex ercises to the delight of the large audience present The selections and recitations were splendid The good people of this section certainly deserve great credit for their untiring energy in what they have done for the welfare of the Valley The Sundayschool was organized the first of May and they have 65 regular attend ants There was a bountiful din ner on the ground and if every one did not have plenty it was his own fault and these worthy people deserve great cred it and all the encouragement pos sible It would be a grand benefit to our county if there were more neighborhoods of the same kind- CONTRIBUTED GEORGE PARKERS DEATH After a long illness Geo Parker one of the most prominent and substantial farmers of the east ern part of the county died at his home on Licking river near the mouth of Indian Creek Wednes day Oct 7 and was buried the next day at Hedricks graveyard He was aged about 75 years and leaves a wife and several chil drenamong whom are Mrs Isaac Shouse of Salt Lick Mrs Isaac Page who with her husband PompDawsonParker of Franklin county and CraigsMr izen and his death is mourned by many relatives and friends GRANERY BURNED About two clock Monday morning Alfred Steele and wife who live two or three miles west of town were awakened by the crackling blazes to find their granery in flames The fire was under such headway that but little could be done to check it and the building and its content a lot of potatoes farm ing implements etc were soon consumed Origin of the fire not known CICUIT COURT Ernest Ewing ing of color convicted of steal ing a horse of Yell Burns of Hinkston and was sentenced to five in the penitentiaryon WednesdayMost important cases on the docket were continued till next term The grand jury reported 47 indictments on Saturday and adjourned Court also adjourned t if Have You Tried the Pocket For 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 snakes of shoes hatss overcoats notions furnishing goods etc With more than thirty years experience and with one ourth 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 as represented a- tGILLONS in the Pocket Owingsville Ky n 1esUyalongvithwatch that you can depend on to meet the conditions of the lIfeyou lead ourtlnewhatItof pastWenomy oi buying a South Bend tWatch if you will ask us We guarantee them to be satisfactory timekeepers Re southBendWatch time LETTER FROM HOOPESTON IL LINOISI know some of your readers would like to hear from Hoopeston as well as I like to hear from Kentucky I always get THE OUTLOOK on Fridays so llongforthatdartocome There have been so many changes in the past three years that I know Owingsville would seem like a strange place tome- I was surprised a few days ago to read in your paper that my friend Miss Effie Jones had mar ried I winh her and her husband muqh joy and many years of happiness and prosperity Work is getting scarce here The canning factory is done can ning corn It was very dry and dusty up till Sept 27 when it commenced raining ateleven oclock in the morning and rained steadily till Monday then it turned colder and there was plenty of ice Tuesday morning We hadnt had any rain to amount to anything since MayWhat has become of the Grange City correspondent I seldom ever see anything from there- I have worked one year and eight months at the same place and have never been laid off so I think I am blessed as there are not many that can say the same Although I am all alone here in Hoopeston I have many friends here so asking Gods richest blessings upon all Kentucky peo ple I remain as everYour friend MARY DEWITT TAFT TO SPEAK AT SALT LICK Wm H Taft the Republican nominee for President will come on a C 0 train Thursday Oct 15 and will make short talks as follows Leaves Ashland at 7 a m Tenminute stop at Eastern Kentucky Junction- Fifteenminute stop at Olive HillFifteenminute stop at More headTenminute stop at Salt Lick Twentyminute stop at M t SterlingThirtyminute sto pat Win chesterOne hour and tenminute stop atLexingtonThirtyminute stop at Frank fortThirtyminute stop at Shelby villeAt Coliseum in Louisville 8 p m COURT DAYThere was a big crowd of people here Monday but business was only fair with the merchants There was not much doing in live stock except in mule colts the offerings of which were very numerous many sales being made at prices ranging from 20 to 70 a decline Henry Williams bought ofDud- ley Warner to ship to Buffalo Il linois six ThinRind sows at 8 per head T S Shrout sold two horse and three mule colts at 50 each a pair of norses to Chrisman of Fleming county for 240 J R Vice bought of John Stone a sow and ten nigs for 19 Bring your job work to THE OUTLOOK office 4 J i J1t cJr J A POWER JEWELER S OPTICIAN t DIALER IN WatchesClocks JewelrySilverware Optical Goods Sewing Machines- GRAPHOPHONES ETC REPAIRING A SPECIALTY OWINGSVILLE KY Nice Line South Bend Watches surveying road have pitched their camp at Little Rock Bourbon county and expect to complete their survey to Paris within two weeks POOR FISHING SEASON There has been very little successful fishing with hook and line in Slate Creek yet It is supposed that owing to low water the minnows have been driven into the holes of water and have furnished a su perabundance of food to the fish LAND RENTING Squire Butler Toy rented the 206acre farm at the mouth of Roes Run on Slate Creek belonging to the Dr H Lewis estate for next year his bid at the public renting here Monday being 1626 with the of cultivating fifteen acres of tobacco Henry T Hopkins rented the 80 acres at Salt Lick for 400 STORY FOR LAWYERSSome- years ago says an Indianapolis lawyer a certain country dis trict of Indiana boasted of a Jus tice who was oppressively imbued with an idea of his own responsi bility in seeing that the peace was kept in his bailiwick He never lost an opportunity to show his authority Now this Justice of the Peace was also a farmer and his farm bordered on the State of Ohio indeed one of his fences was exactly on the State line One day his son and a hired man indulged in a fistic encounter near this line fence The Justice quick to see the situation jumped to the fence asa bettter bench of justice and assailed the fighters demanding peace in the name of the State of Indiana No Sooner however had the Justicefarmer asserted his au thority than the fence upon which carrying State of Ohio As he felt himself falling he shouted to his son Soak it to him good Bill Ive lost my jurisdiction Philadelphia Ledger DANGER ASSURED An Englishman was recently invited by a New Yorker to go with him on a hunting trip on Bong Island Large or small game lacon ically asked the Briton who had hunted in every quarter of the globeYou dont expect to find lions and tigers on Long Island do you queried the New Yorker Hardly said the Briton with a but I like a spice of danger in my hunting- If thats all answered the other with a grin I am your man The last time I went out I shot my brotherinlaw in the leg Harpers Weekly MOST DANGEROUS BULLET They had a dispute and agreed to leave it to the military expert What bullet do you consider the deadliest they asked For several minutes he remain ed in a brown study Then he looked up with the air ofone who had settled the matter finally and definitely The one that hits r t BUGGY ROBES r f1I Just opened a nice new uptodate stock of BUGGY ROBBSahd 4rHORSE BLANKETS The goods are the best and the price i8 very low r t Handmade Saddles and Harness are 4Buyythey are the easiest riding wear longest and won thurb the fcaifeawfc1 MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED te l EUCENE MINIHAN fI AEtiEVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY Dont fail to look over our tencent counter when you are intown Also remember that we carry the largest line of queensware and glassware in Owingsville at prices lower than anywhere else in the county We have a large line of new style hats mens and boys for fall and winter ranging in price from 150 to 25c Mens Overalls 50c I Mens Work Shirts 50c WorkGlovesl25985025cl Pants 275 250 200 125 98c Underwear per suit 95c pergarment25cChildrens Horse Shoe Pinchers 48c Hammers 40e Knives 29c Rasps 35c 8in Saw Files 8c 10 10c Hand 4c Monkey Wrenches 25c have added a new so come in and and It VI g to THE WORLD Is mortals have followed a beaten track since man was invented a long time back and folks were or tears away away in the vanished years The cave man worried because his club broke down when he another dub and people flew in a beastly rage cause their smoked in the glacial age The same old sorrow you have today was old when Adam was baling hay the worry that makes your bosom dark was old when Noah was in the ark The grim that makes you pale was old when Jonah was in whale There is nothing new in this world so wide so do not worry but let things slide Your hopes and doubts your dreams and fears but the dust of a Gazette WITH REGRETS The bibulous was holding high carnival on the street when an officer him and on with me to the sta tion house The of the peace pull ed loose from the officer and be gan Hold on a minute m friend No I wont hold on a minute You come with me Hold on jus half minute I want jus one word with you All right replied the officer be quick about it What is it you want to say want to say isjust this your but I jus cant Record i KIt f r i II Screw Drivers 100r40 25c t 10 5 33 Hinges 10 8 5c Shoe Lasts and Stands 300 Sad Irons pound 4c Iron Handles lOc Riviters 25c Wood Rasps 35c Horse Shoe Nails per pound 30c Shoe Tacks 20 Hand Saws 75c a Hair Brushes 25 15 iClothes Brushes 50 25 10 diCombs all stylesand prices 50 to 50 Dont forget to go to the Racket Store to get your candy c I line look ofpostcuds The Highest Cash Poultry Eggs J R MAXEY to E w n I t Screened Lump PYuta Cannel COWrite Telephone i ROSE RUN IRON OLYMPIAD KENTUCKY ic GooDAll laughing shedding batted stovepipes foreboding are million yearsEmporia DECLINED citizen approached saidCome disturber impatiently I Ipreciate invitation goPhiladelphia OWINGSYJLLE Hatchets Hammers Successor Heflin iI FOR RCA anct f4 CO Pretty girls say that nobody undyingExcess in all things is wrong Madam Remember the Dutch wife who scrubbed the kitchen floor until she fell through into the cellar He who assures himself with glee that he has at last success fully asserted his marital acy will ten to one consent torr i skirtqeforetheThey who say that men cannot shop economically never saw a rdayIt is always refreshing to lieai a young wife express her honest opinion of the pretty girl who once rejected her husband NOT FIT FOR PUBLICATION A school girl had been required to write an essay of 250 words on a motor car She submitted the followingMy bought a motor carl He was riding in the country and guessthiser 200 are what my uncle said when he was walking back home publication STORE ROOM FOR RENT Under OUTLOOK Office 40 feet front by 20 feet deep and dry cellar of same size JOHN W HONAKER i Bring Us Your Jokwt y 4 i 1 IF r w vW f T PRETTY GIRL SLAIN 1FOUND MURDERED BY ROADSIDE NEAR WADSWORTH O I HER FIANCE IS DETAINED L t Marriage Was Set for Saturday t and No Motive for the I Crime Has Been Re vealed onting to unravel tho mystery ot the mur r der of Ora Lee 21 years old n hand somo factory girl whose body pierced 1 by two bullets was found early Fri t day on the road between Wadsworth J and the hamlet of Custard Hook Guy Rasor tho man whom Miss Leo was to have married Saturday Is tdetained by the sheriff pending dovel t of tho police Investigation Rasor denies all knowledge ot the tragedy and in support of his denial 9 l exhibits a marriage license procured at Wooster Thursday The body of the young woman was by Charles Rasor a cousin ot froundRasor as ho passed along the 9 Two bullets had entered tho I skull one piercing the forehead iwhile the second crashed through be r tween the eye and the nose 4MotiveIs a Mystery motive for the murder t of the young woman yet has come to f light The band of farmers led by Marshal Brickcr that hurried to the scene of the murder as soon as word of the tragedy was received met Guy I IRasor on tho road walking toward J tThopolice theory Is that Miss Leee was killed while riding In a buggy I with a male friend Tho principal a that led to the detention of Guy D t 1JtasorIs the fact that along the road the murder was committed are horsettion of the stables at tho Rasor home disclosed tho fact that one of Rasors horses has a shoo missing from one of Its front feet Rasor ro1 fuses any explanation concerning this 4 feature of the case He declares he can prove an alibi 4 May Have Been Discarded Lover 4 J Another police theory Is that a rival for tho affections of Miss Lee may 1 have shot the girl on learning of her J approaching marriage to Rasor Miss Lee left Wadsworth Thursday b night ostensibly to prepare for her wedding When the body was found 4 the hands were folded over the I breast and the legs straightened out as If the corpse had been carefully i arranged after death Tho girls suit case was on the ground beside her Her hand bag was still on her right t rwristand In her left hand she clutched a handkerchief There was no evi dence of a struggle A hundred yards Jfrom the body tracks In tho dust in dicated where a horse and buggy had r been hitched to the fence f T Rasor apparently is overcome with He declares the last time he ViIIisaw his fiance was Wednesday night they went driving pk GEN IRA C ABBOTT DIES i i f Former Collector of Internal Revenue IInMichigan Expires t Washington Gen Ira C Abbott formerly collector ot Internal revenue In Michigan and for several years Ii clerk In the pension bureau died at 11 his home here Friday after a protract i + i ed Illness He was 84 years old Gen a j Abbott was a native of Burns N Y was for some years postmaster at Burr Oak Mich served throughout the i civil war and was breyetted brigadier Ii iceneral for his splendid record on the battlefields He was president of the A f Michigan State association In this i j city and member of the Grand Army f1 of the Republic tho Military Loyal i Legion and other patriotic organisa Y4 tions V Alleged Mobs Leader Acquitted Again Springfield mAfter 16 hours de liberation the jury in the case of Abe tr Raymer alleged mob leader charged with destruction of property during the recent riots returned a verdict ot not guilty Thursday afternoon iI Raymer had previously been acquitted of murder in connection with the Si lynching of W K Donnegan an aced negro 1 a Mrs Yates Passes Away I f J Jacksonville mMrs Richard A Yatrs mother of former Gov Yates r YtI1d wife of the Illinois war governor t died Tuesday afternoon at the age of 86 years Her Illness dates back to two years ago when she fell and frana 1 t tured her hip Since that time she I had been gradually railing She took it great interest in politics both state0 r and national 4v Fishermen Fight with Rifles I r Sault Ste Marle1UchA tattle tS H with rifles between American fisher a men and Canadian officials is said to otr have been fought on Lake Superior op a r posite White Fish point 9 New Orleans Gets Mothers Congress Washington At a meeting of the NationalSCongress of Mothers in this city Fri tv day It was decided to hold the next 2 i annual meeting of the congress in I ij New Orleans in February next om f Red D Liner In a Hurricane l Sap Juan P RThe Red D r steamer Phlladelphlafrom New York October 1 for this port ran into a z1 4 hurricane on Monday and was blown off her course The steamer had to c heave to for 36 hours III May Limit Number of Saloons dorfa h county the supreme court Thursday hasTiSOOUB to 25 t 4 L Fatal Duel Between Farmers duelIi J In this county between two farmersv nkded Kagl and TVllllams thp for atalJyjP StS3 b j t J i 1 i fr 0 t f tI I 1 J rJ a 1lr L r = Itti I Ac I TURKEY HESITATea The Prince Has Raised a New Flag and Stands Ready to Defend It CUBS DEFEAT THE GIANTS CHICAGO WINS PENNANT IN THE NATIONAL LEAGUE New York OutPlayedTremendous- Crowd at the Polo Grounds Westerners Play Perfect Ball Chicago 0040000004Ne- wYork 1000001002N- ew York Chicago 4 Nexr Yor- k2thls was tho tale In a phrase told at the end of the most decisive base ball game played In this country in many years played at the Polo grounds In this city Thursday to decide the National league championship for tho season of 1908 In the presence of a recordbreaking crowd jxvhlch swamped the grounds and left many thousands outside long before the game began a game was played in deadly earnest straight baseball with no frills to settle as tensely dramatic a situation as the most ardent lover of sport could imag Inc Chicago won And New York lost It was great baseball witnessed by the greatest of great baseball crowds Spectators who know the game how ever bitter they may feel over the tie decision which made tho game com pulsory seemed to concedo that the work of the Chicago team was practi cally perfect The Giants wen though they played were outplayed They Jacked among other things that certain Indefinable Eomcthjng absence or which Is probably in this Instance explained by the results of the great and steady strain they have been under the past week Chicago fresh from rest and well judged practice and coaching was superb In form Brilliant errorless fielding snappy baserunning and opportune hitting in tho third Innning which made effective in scores a dou ble by Chance won the game New York could not hit at critical times The two great Innings of the game were the third and the seventh In the former Chicago made all its runs In the latter opening with tremendous enthusiasm following the loudshouted slogan The Giants lucky seventh hopes were renewed but died after one run which kept company with that made in the first Inning on the mammoth bulletin board far out afield HA GARFIELD COLLEGE HEAD Inducted Into the Office of President of Williams Williams town MassHarry Augus tus Garfield of the class of 85 son of President James A Garfield was In ducted Wednesday Into tho office of president of Williams college Seven tyfive college presidents had accepted Invitations to be present and the ceremony of Induction was witnessed by men prominent In civil and profes sional life The state was represented by Gov Guild James Bryce ambassador of Great Britain was also present as well as United States Senator Crane and President Garfields threa brothers Secretary of the Interior Gar field Irvin McDowell Garfleld and Abram Garfield all Williams men Wounded In Sham Battle Askabad Turkestan During man euvers of the Turkestan army corps Friday in the vlciplty of Askabad Gen MIstchenko who played a con spicuous part in the RussoJapanese war and who is now governor general of Turkestan was wounded in a sham battle A revolutionist plot Is sus pected Fatal Motor Car Accident Auburn MeDr Charles E Wil hams of this city and Mrs Williams wero the victims of an automobile ac cident at Leeds Friday Their ma chine was overturned pinning them beneath Mrs Williams died and the condition of Mr Williams Is serious Case of Cholera In a Theater St PetersburgA case of cholera was discovered during a performance at the Souvorln theater There was a panic in tho audience but no one was hurt TwentyFive Hurt In Collision collisionbetweenpassenger train and a freight train at Yucon a station seven miles west of here Thursday seven coaches of the passenger train which was loaded with state fair visitors were derailed Twentyfive persons were slightly In jured Only one Stella Pyle of El Reno was seriously hurt The passenger train was standing at the station when leaking air brakes of the freight train on a siding caused it to crash Into the center of tile other train it ELEVATOR EXPLODES IBIG Persons Killed In Disaster at Rlchford Vt RIchford VtWlth a concussion which shook tho entire village a large grain elevator having a capacity of 500000 bushels exploded late Wednes day causing the death of 12 men and a woman The explosion blew off tho entire root of the building scattering tim bers in all directions and almost in stantly flames burst out all over the structure Twentyone men were em played in the building of whom 11 are missing and undoubtedly perished All lived In RIchford The elevator was owned Jointly by the Canadian Pacific and Boston Maine rallrcrids and was occupied by the Quaker Oats Company of Chica go The amount of grain It contained was very large The flames which are supposed to have been started by spontaneous combustion In the dry dust of the grain spread so quickly that the limited fire apparatus of the village was of no avail Nothing could prevent tho entire destruction of the elevator and its contents The heat set fire to a flour shed near the elevator and the shed to gether with 75 freight cars standing near it were burned The wreckage and fire blocked the tracks of tho Canadian Pacific rail road completely for many hours so it was necessiry for trains to make a QueThoSLAIN BY SISTERINLAW Capt Erb Prominent Philadelphia Pol itician Shot During Family Quarrel Philadelphia J Clayton Erb captain and regimental quartermaster of the Third regiment National Guard of Pennsylvania was shot and killed at his summer home near Vllrage Green Delaware county Tuesday night His sisterinlaw Mrs Cather ine Belsel is under arrest in the Media Jail charged with the murder The woman admits that she did the shoot Ing during a family quarrelSCapt Erb who was private secretary to Israel W Durham political leader of this city was cne of the best known men In political circles In Phil adelphia About two years ago he was married and moved to Delaware county For a time everything went along smoothly but recently there were family quarrels Found Dead In a Thicket Warrenton VaErnest Robinson 24 years old a member of the Warren ton Rifles who with his brother Wal ter disappeared from their home here six weeks ago was found dead Friday in a thicket near the railroad tracks at Casanova a small station between Warrenton and Calverton There Is no clew to the whereabouts of the other brother who Is two years older Both the young men wore well known and owned the general store here Nebraska Attorney Disbarred Lincoln NebCapt Allen G Fisher of Chadron was disbarred by the supreme court Thursday for a period of one year Fisher was charged with raising a claim against the state from 1500 to 11500 and presenting it to the legislature E H Goss Banker and Author Dead Melrose Mass Elbrldgo Henry Goss author and banker died Friday of pneumonia Ho was 78 years old Mr Goss had been treasurer of tho Melfoso Savings bank for 24 years and was the author of numerous historical works New Surgeon General of N G Springfield IIIDy virtue of an or der Issued Friday by Adjt Gen Scott Dr Charles Adams of Chicago is appointed surgeon general of the Illi nois National Guard He succeeds Dr Nicholas Senn Chicago deceased Trainmen Perish In a Wreck Spokane WashA passenger train was wrecked near Foller Mont on the Shelby Junction branch of the Great Northern railroad Friday The engine went Into the river and a fire man and a watchman were killed Killed In Motor Cycle Race Washington During a motor cycle race at the Copperthlto track at Burke Va Thursday James Connelly ot Washington one of the participants ran Into a post and received injuries which later resulted in his death Negroes as Night Riders New OrleansNews reached here Thursday of the arrest at Myeravllle Mass of six negroes charged with posting a night riding warning Posses are searching for two others wanted on the same charge 4S t rT MANIAC FOUGHT 3 OFFICERS ON PLATFORM OF LOFTY WILL IAMSBURG BRIDGE TOWER Throngs Below Expected To See the Battling Quartet Fall Into the East River Now York Oct 12Upon a plat form ten feet square and 332 feet uj In the air with no coping rail or ott1e protection three policemen fought s desperate battle with Joseph Kratz s powerful maniac armed with a razor Sunday afternoon while thousands 01 persons looked on from the promenade ot the Williamsburg bridge and Itt Brooklyn approach Kratz who Is about 35 years old and weighs 190 pounds had startlod the pedestrians on the bridge by dart ing suddenly front the promenade and starting to walk along ono of the big cables leading to the top of the Brooklyn tower Policemen Smith ODon hell and Dowling went after him bul ho managed to reach the top of the tower and was about to Jump Into the river when the foremost policeman caught him Then began the thrilling struggleSThe four men looked like little black Imps silhouetted against the sky in dulging In some mad lance or darlpc play upon their lofty perch but they WHo really engaged in a light foi lifeThe great crowd expected every moment to see one or more of the figures fly ort Into space and then one of the actors suddenly sank to his knees and fell Hat The spectacle was over rOt all of the figures quickly disappeared ns though a trap door had suddenly been sprung beneath them but the drama was not yet acted out Down the unprotected spiral stair wal of 320 steps Inside the trellised steel tower leading 21C feet to tim floor of tho bridge the three policemen attempted to carry the uncon scious form of tho madman who had sunk under a blow on the head nom a loaded billy after he had been dou bly handcuffed They had made only a few steps when the man regained consciousness and all his maniacal fury returned His struggles almost threw the three policemen headlong from the stairs and ono who had been kicked in the stomach had barely saved himself by clutching the stairs after he had tall en several steps All the way down to the floor of the bridge the battle con tinued and when the three policemen finally reached a safe position they sighed with relief Tho maniac faint ed from exhaustion and the throng be- lIeved that death had brought the stirring scenes to a close MURDER COMMITTED BY JONES Who Attempted To Kill Gulteau the Assassin of President Garfield Washington Oct 12Wm Jones who tried to shoot Charles Gulteau to avenge the assassination of President Garfield stabbed to death John A Alc Pherson of Chicago former member of the marine corps and an Inmate of the soldiers home here The stabbing occurred as the result of a quarrel Jones using a long bladed pocket knife The men met at Bates farm near Brookland a suburb of Washington McPherson died im mediately following the stabbing his body has been sent to tho morgue Jones was arrested and Is held on the charge of murder Tho attempt made by Jones on tho life of Gulteau occurred during the ex citement following tho murder of Pros Mont Garfield by shooting in the old Pennsylvania station hero in July 1881Jones was a blacksmith In Washington wild and reckless When Gulteau was being taken to the criminal court for a preliminary hearing Jones rode beside the van and shot at Gulteau who threw himself to the bottom cf the vehicle Jones fled followed by mounted men The following day tie was arrested at Fredericksburg Va and brought back to this city for triaL He was acquitted- Following his acquittal he disappear ed for a time Later he returned married and settled on a small trucking farm near the scene of the Sunday nights murderSThe two men had been drinking and It Is said quarreled over the posses sion of a horse Jones claims he act ed In selfdefense Convicted By Means of a Button Appleton Wls Oct 12 Convicted of murder by means of a vest button This Is what befell Paul Krause whu was tried here on the charge that he murdered his wife who was fuund hanging from a hook in a closet in her home The case was supposed to be one of suicide until the coroner who suspected that the woman had been hanged afler death searched the prem ises and found a vest button of a Ill culiar style In the room outside the closed door It was a button from Krausos vest Krause will be sen tenced to life Imprisonment Football Victim Cannonsburg Pa Oct 12 William MPotts the football player who Va Injured In II high school game here on October 3 died Sunday nftor having been unconscious since October 5 Looted By River Pirates Plttsburg Paj Oct 12The many boats lying in the local pool ready to leave on the first rise far Cincinnati and the south have been looted by river pirates of many thousands of dol lars worth of valuables Shot To Death By Mob Empire Ga Oct 12Henry White a negro was shot to death by a mob at Younker White started out to shoot up the family of Thomas Allen and on hU way met another negro whom ho shot for refusing to join him In his expedition Gen Eppa Hunton Dead Richmond Va Oct 12Gen Eppa Hunton exUnited States senator and one of the last surviving generals of the confederate army died hero Sun day aged 85 The funeral will take place Tuesday with military honors I I w d11 BULGARIANS CAST OFF THE YOKE OF TURKEY Independence Proclaimed with Ferdi nand as Their CzarAustria An nexes Bosnia and Herzegovina Two Events May Provoke Sultan to War ILondonIn the ancient capital of Tlrnovo the Independence of Bulgaria was proclaimed Monday with tho czar of the Bulgarians as a ruler Czar of the Bulgarians Is recognized to mean more than czar of Bulgaria because it is a distinct intimation that ho regards his country ns having sovereignty over all the people of that blood in the east WltLin a day or two AustriaHun gary which has been working with Prince Ferdinand In this preconcerted plan will proclaim the new status of Bosnia and Herzegovina Tho question which has been stir ring tho whole of Europe more deeply than any similar question in the mem ory of the present generation Is does it mean war From all tho capitals come reports indicating that it means first ot all another European congress of the signers of tho treaty of Berlin to consider tho situation and probably to revise the treaty Turkey May Avoid War Turkey caught in a moment of weakness Is tho victim of this situa tion and while some internal animosi ties have been stirred up probably no power is willing to make war Reports from the emancipated Turkish press YoungII Prince Ferdinand of BulgariA rally the Bulgarians while willing and eager for war will have no cause on which to base the beginning of hostili tiesFrom the British standpoint the whole affair has been a surprise and more than a surprise because for the first time In years the British govern ment felt itself with apparently a perfect understanding with France and Russia and complete friendship with Italy to be in a position where It dominated European politics reserv- Ing out of this consideration the almost open enmity between itself and GermanyFrance Also for Peace The chances of war between But garia and Turkey are being minimized by Great Britain and France who are working together and who have advised Turkey against It Turkey apparently is disposed to follow this advice and it is believed that If hasty action on the part of Turkey can be prevented Bulgaria will have difficulty In finding an excuse to begin war The action ot Prince Ferdinand in proclaiming the independence of Bul garia is condemned alike by the gov ernments and press of Europe but in some quarters this is considered a matter of minor importance so long as Itdoes not eventuatg In war as compared with the threatened annex ation of the provinces of Bosnia and Herzegovina by AustriaHungary Reports from Belgrade Indicate that Servia has been aroused to the danger point bands of Servians marching shoutingforTurkey Refuses to Yield Constantinople The council of eveningpreparing a protest which will be submitted to Bulgaria and the powers against the violation of the treaty of Berlin telegraphedtowas compelled to respect the voice of the nation and hoped that the friendly relations between the two countries would continue Turkeys reply which is being prepared re fuses to recognize Bulgarias inde pendenceA of the Young Turks i Two Americans Have Cholera Manila Ten new cases of cholera were reported for the last 24 hours The list Includes the names of two Americans C O Harbough of the civil service and Charles Rldgeway known aa tho blind poet Cuban Town Suffers Jn Storm Havana Baracoa on tho northeast coast suffered severelytjtm Saturday and Sunday from a heavy storm rho custom house which was In the course of construction and many other build lags wero destroyed Alleged Swedish Embezzler Sought New fork Charged with having absconded with 33500 belonging to a savings balk in Lindcsbcrg Sweden Israel Jansso a former official of the bank is being sought by the police In the vicinity of Now lark Jansson Is fcnpwn to have arrived hee on the steamer Adriatic on August and to have gone to Cleveland O with hls wife and child lie lived were the police say with relatives assuming the name of L IX Pettersson but some time ago left Cleveland acj believed to ba ID tJusclty I I r J STRENGTH OF ARMIES TURKEY On a war basisTotal war strength 1007658 Officers 29973 Soldiers 981685 Horses 57320 Guns 1386 On a peace basis Infantry 318 battalions 293193 Cavalry 197 squadrons 34827 Artillery 231 batteries 31547 Landwehr 1st reserve 324544 Landsturm 2d reserve 324544 BULGARIA- On a war basisTotal war strength 296108 Officer 5431 Soldiers 290677 Horses 41776 I Guns 486 On a peace basis Infantry 24 regiments 102812 Cavalry 10 regiments 5920 Artillery 6 regiments 9828 Active reserve 88774 Militia 88774 party also Is holding a session at which tho situation is being reviewed Turkey to Appeal to Powers Constantinople The council of ministers hold a long session Tues day morning to consider the action of Bulgaria in declaring her Independ ence of Turkey at Tirnova Monday It was decided that It was Impossible to accept any proceedings that violat ed existing treaties and that Turkey should address a circular note to the powers pointing out the necessity of respectforReplying to the telegram sent to the Turkish government by Prince Ferdinand which bo said that in declarIng hie Independence of Bulge respectthethe hope that the friendly relations between the two countries would con tinue Turkey says she has Invited the powers to confer on the situation bythetheir defense Servians Are Enraged Belgrade Servia The news of Aua triaHungarys action with regard to the annexation of the provinces of Bosnia and Herzegovina has aroused Servia to the danger point Tho streets are thronged with a wild mob many of the rioters discharging their revolvers and demanding war with Austria rather than annexation Mediation by France Paris France has essayed the role of mediator with tho object of preventing war between Turkey and Bul garla and as a result of Foreign Min ister Pichons series of conferences Monday with the representatives of the powers including M IswolsVy the Russian foreign minister Naoum Pasha the Turkish ambassador to France the AustroHungarlan the British the American and the Italian ambassadors and of active exchanges whlch have been going on between the various cabinets It was an nounced that France Great Britain Russia and possibly Italy were prepared to act in unison to preserve peace and to call a conference of the signatories of the Berlin treaty to deal diplomatically with the situation that has arisen between Turkey and Bul garia and to harmonize conflicting Interests so that fresh complications may be avoided- Bulgaria Declares Independence Sofia Bulgaria Bulgaria a tributary principality under the suzerainty of the sultan of Turkey Monday proclaimed her independence ot Turkey This action was taken at Tlrnovo by Prince Ferdinand who was elected prince of Bulgaria In 1887 The Bu garlan cabinet was present with the prince having met Sunday at the frontier and Journeyed with him to TlrnovoTho proclamation was made at the cathedral of Tlnovo at 11 oclock Mon day It was a dramatic scene accom panled by much enthusiasm A mani festo of Independence addressed to the nation was subsequently Issued by the princeTirnovo is the ancient capital of the kingdom of Bulgaria and it was there in the olden days that the Kings of Bulgaria were crowned TripsLe bt tho American aeroplanlst made two flights with passengers Monday One was with M lIchen who weighs about 216 POUhds and the other with H Pelller vicepresident of the Aero club of the Sarthe Charged with Slaying Kin Chattanooga TennAs a result of evidence taken before the coroners Jury Monday J C Stan ellls In Jail charged with having murdered his fa therinlaw H C Risley Bishop Tierney Is Dead Hartford ConnRt Rev Michael Tierney bishop of tile Roman Cath olic diocese of Hartford who was stricken with paralysis on Saturday died Monday Bishop Tierney was born In County Tipperary Ireland Frisco Fire LOIs 100000 nan Francisco A fire which start ed in the coal bunkers ol the Pacific Coast Company at the foot of Dealt street spre d to the factory of Hobbs Wall Co and to the Beale street wharf caualfcg a kiss of f100000 J ili it ft1fSt SETTING HER MIND ATEASL Landlords Endeavors to Reassure HI Fair GuestyShe was tho wife of an army officer tf on her way to a western fort and when a stop was made 4t the tavern in a plofleer town for the night she looked about on the rough characters and llNotly replied Everything Is all serener j and will contlner right on Theres av duffer in town who says he can make me eat dirt but I haint gain to tellr 10 him to try It on till you git gone Icit iknow what belongs to manners i Thanks evertlJo much The lady had finished supper and thostA galoot named Jim Wheeler has Just sent me word that he can break- me in two and he will be here in ten minutes to do It Would you mind if I lit on to him b But thered be a fight she queried Yes a powerful fightSThen I JaUusto iShewhat needs shooting but I wont do It tonight on account of you Id like to ax you however If I might take threetdrinks at my own bar 1But you might get drunk Not at all maam I know my man jJners b ttern that Ill Just Jump on vr 1 my hat and hoot and If I have to putt a knife in a critters ribs Ill do it so softly you Wont hear a word Imsgentleman and you are a lady and 1C galootsbetweenbelieve IUKansas City Journal The Road Angel The road hog said a motorist is the man who scorches on frequentedt highways who kills chickens and dogs gleefully who slays human beings and then makes off The toad angelto He paused He could not think of words sufficiently laudatory ot the road angel At length ho said That rare but increasing type the 4oneso that the dust of his great car mayanot annoy the passing pedestrian And r what blessings are rained on his head vInaway as possible He turns his head 1 aside and puts his handkerchief over a his mouth and nose And Iq with a gracious smile tho road angel slows down he passes the pedestrian with J no more dust than a bicycle would makeSWhen you meet with the road an a gel dont neglect to thank him By the same token shake your fist and shout abuse at the road hog who suffocates you In his dust for he knows quite well that is doing a rude and self lab thing The Pathos Went Wrong Irving Bacheller the novelist is of5Sunusually agreeable appearance and address Once when he was a reporter n a New York morning newspaper f ho Sunday editor said to him I want you to write mea good story about the trials and discourage ments of men who are looking for work In a big city Get up early tomorrow put on some old clothes and visit all the places that advertise for male help in the morning paper Give an account of the number of applicants and the kind of men they are and de scribe vividly the feelings of a poor devil who perhaps has had no break fast and has walked miles because he hasnt got carfare and then meets disappointment after disappointment Draw It good and strong on the pathos People like to read thatsortdfthlng At noon the next day Mr Bacheller t 1ImrdayWhats the troubleS tfIve got three Jobs already and akpromise of two more- i tThe Malacca Wildcats In the forests of Malacca and other t Islands In the Indian ocean may still be found the animal known as a wlldIcat The upper parts of it aria gen erally of a clear yellow color with black spots the lowerparts are whiteiwith black spots also On the back the spots lengthen almost Into lines or rings black on yellow The average length of the animal excluding the tall is almost two feet the tall averages nine Inches Its height when standing erect Is about 12 nches ut the shoulder and 15 Inches at the hindquarters Its temper is mild and gentle it ploys almost like a domestic cat or rather kitten chasing Its tail and amusing itself with pawsTUseful Place 23 FreddieSay wouldnt you like to z have three eyes GeorgeYes Freddie Whered you have the other eyeS AfmFreddie You would I wouldnt George Where would you havetyour other eye f FreddieWhy Id have It at the end of my thumb so I could poke it through a knothole In the fence and see the ball game for nothlnDe lineator t fTherude I know I am afraid he is aw fully spoiled Tho StrangerDont mention It madam It Is better that he should 1 be spoiled than that his young life ba embittered by the thought that he Is different from all other American chil jS drenLIte A Geneus People i This Is a Come country Bridget iexclaimed Norah who had recently ar ived In the United States Sure its generous everybody ts I asked At the post office about sindln money to me mlther and the young man tells inIcanSgeta money order for ten dollars for ten centsI Think of that now Youths Com panlon i nfi f jf ri f otjij 0 I 1F J Br SHZlYR I 4 f SYNOPSIS tfGiles Dudley arrived In San Francisco and dlatant relative ienr Wilton whom he was to assistt tn an Important and mysterious task and i who accompanied Dudley on therry boat trip Into the city The roe arkablo resemblance of tho two men ta noted and commented on by passcn on the ferry They a man with jcera sends a thrill through Wilton postpones an oxplanauormstrange errand Dudley form but occurrences cause him to 4 meaningudle bBenryWithout ever explaining to Dudley thoS SanFranciscocret mission his friend had entrusted to an1tras Wilton He learns that there Is a boy LL whom he is charged with secreting and t protecting Dudley mistaken for Wil by Knapp to assist SIn a stock brokerage deal Qllea Dudley witiqcan I mysterious boy further than that it Is Tim Terrill and Darby Meeker who are i after him Dudley visits the homo of L Knapp and is stricken by the beauty of his daughter Slumming tour through Chinatown Is planned The trip thathafromthoI ed In a hallway behind an Ironbound door Three Chlneso rulllans approach the OneIdown Giles begins firing Tim Terrlll is seen in the mob A newly form Oursathe door with an ax and thn couple is f l rascaed Luella thanks Giles Dudley for rillS her life Knapp appears at the- previousIi thAttoIthat he loves Luella Knapp I eeraBorton tell Giles Dudley that 1J discovered where the boy Is i CHAPTER XXIcontlnued a t Send six men to 8 oclock boat Como with one In hack to courtyard of tho Palace Hotel at 740 a tMother Bortons face changed not the reading but at the end ashe nodded She knows she said What docs It mean I asked What Is to happen 1 gooyou1Yes said VI must go 1 Oh she walled you may be killed You may never come back Nonsense said L In broad day t light at the Palace Hotel Im much Y mote likely to be killed before I get homo tonight Her earnestness impressed me but e my resolution was not shaken Mother Borton rested her head on the table Ja despair at my obstinacy t JrWril If you will you will she aldat last and an old womans ht Warnings are nothing to you But It Toawlll put your head la tho traps Ill do my best to make It safe after you dt It there You Jlst sit still honey I M And she took the candle and went to a corner where she seated herself sstastandMother Borton appeared to have some difficulty In arranging her words to her liking She seemed to be writ ing but the pen did not flow smoothly At last she was done and sealing her work In an envelope she brought the flickering light once more to the table Take that she said thrusting the envelope Into my hand If you find a oneeyed man when you git Into trouble give him that letter Ive writ 76 and It may do ye some good Its the best I can do for ye Youd better 7go now and git some sleep You may j seed Itf I thanked Mother Borton and pressed her hand and she held the a candle as I tiptoed down the stairsi joining my waiting guards and went oat Into the night I Where are Barkhouso and Phil h HpsTI asked as we turned our faces toward the west POrterglLveslow whistle and as this failed to bring an answer fol S g lowed If with one louder and more pro c longed We listened but no response Ii came I Wed better get out of here said S Vilaoa Theres no telling what may 4 1 PPetl when they hear that whistle i Blat Whats thatr said Porter it drawing me back into a doorway t1iIThere were running steps on the b Mock above us and I thought a shad ow darted from one side of the street to the other waitingtorustI of your clubs boys and keep your 5 4 revolvers handy in case they think they have a call to stop us Hold on said Porter Theres a pug ofem there Iseo a dozen of s em and if were the ones theyre after II Vie had better cut for it pi believe you are right said I 4 peering Into the darkness I could see t s S a confused mass but whether of men or boxes I could only guess Won go up there and you can cut around the other way said Porter Theres no need for you to risk ifTheres no need for any one to risk it Well cut together This way thensald Wilson I know this Paltof town better than you do Run on your toes And he darted past Bortons and plunged into an alley that led toward the north Porter and I followed as quietly as I possible through the dark and noisome I cutoff to Pacific street Wilson turned toward the bay and crossing the Btreetat the next corner followed tho main thoroughfare to Broadway I guess were all right now he I a gasped as we turned again to the midI1 3 And a little later we were In sight Lt of the house of mystery which fronted forbidding and gloomy as ever on- t Montgomery street and I was soon in tmy room and in bed for what sleep t 1Icould snatch h4fc 7 At the earliest light of the morning Nvtas v- 1 was once more astir but halfre P1 freshed by my short and broken rest n admada my dispositions for the day t4r1 i 15 1 I 15 k J4liIJ2fi rjt rmlIDIEIID SQBBSfZEBBJZL lrYfRJHY w WWtrLLuC WtflMMMtfl WLPMMSW I ordered Porter Fltzhugh Brown Wilson Lockhart and Abrams to wait for mo at tho Oakland ferry Trent who was still weak from his wound I put in charge of tho homo guard with Owens Phillips and Larson as his companions and gave instructions to look for Barkhouse in case ho did not return Wainwright I took with e and hailing a hack drove to tho Palace Hotel There was a rattle of wagons and a ustle of departing guests as we drove the courtyard ot tho famous hos telry I stepped out of the hack and looked about me anxiously Was I to meet the Unknown or was I to tako orders from some emissary of my hidden employer No answering eye met mine as I searched tho placo with eager glance Neither woman nor man of all tho hurrying crowd had a thought of me I glanced at the clock that ticked the seconds in tho office of tho hotel Thy J1YlJltEKs7tJOb JEElZ I saw that I had been early and that it was even now butSO minutes to the hour pastthethere was a hurried step and two women stood before mo leading a child between them Both women were closely veiled and the child was muf fled and swathed till its features could not be seen Ono of the women was young the other olderperhaps middleaged Both were tall and wellmade I looked eagerly upon them for ono of them must be the Unknown the hidden em HenryWiltonIn her hands and who fought the desperate battle with thi power and tothebutItHere Is your charge Mr Wilton she said In a low agitated voice As o s suggestionf ofthe1 am ready for orders I said with a bow Your orders are In this envelope thrustIngwayYouThe younger woman placed the child in the hack eyeInghe travel with us maam 1 Hes rather youngHell go all right said the elder woman with some agitation He knows that ho must But treat him carefully Now goodby Oakland ferry driver 1 cried as slammedthodashing out Into New Montgomery Marketbles toward the bay- CHAPTER XXII Trailed Did you see him asked Wain wright as the hack lurched into Mar ket street and straightened its course for the ferry Who t thatbigyoubutand runs I didnt see hlmI said Keep the anyboJywhothe hack I must read my orders Walnwrlghtmaking us I tore open the envelope and drew i jirk ir k t forth tho scented paper with Its fa miliar firm yet delicate handwriting and read the words Tuko the train with your men for Livermore Await orders at tho hotel Protect tho boy at all hazards Inclosed in tho sheet wero gold notes to the value of 500a thought ful detail for which I was grateful at tho outset of such an expedition I thrust the money Into my pocket and pondered upon tho letter wondering where Llvermoro might be My knowledge of tho geography of California was exceedingly scant and Livermore was no where to bo found In my geographical memory- I had some thought of questioning Wainwright who was busy trying to make friends with the child but re flecting that I might bo supposed to know all about it I was silent Vain wrlgths efforts to get tho child to speak wero without success Tho lit tle thing might from its size have been five years old but it was dumb frightened as I supposed by the strangeness of tho situation anti would speak no word Why was ho put thus in my charge What was I to do with him Whither was I to carry him I reproached my self that I had not stopped tho Un known to ask moro questions to get moro light ontho duties that wero ex pected of me But tho hack on a sudden pulled up and I saw that wo were before tho long low ugly wood en building that sat square across Market street as tho gateway to San Francisco through which tho tide ol travel must pass to and from tho Golden out on both sides Wain E HE it4LcA crnwright I cautioned You carry the boy and Ill shoot if theres any trou ble Seo that you keep him safe There was nearly 10 minutes before the boat left but the hurry for tickets the rush to check baggage the shouts of hackmen and expressmen tho rat tie and confusion of tho coming and departing street cars that centered at the ferry made us Inconspicuous among the throng as we stepped out of the hack Here Fitzhugh Brown I said WAS TOO EASILY PERSUADED One of the Troubles That Beset Honest Man In Politics I knew that a certain alderman In a certain town on Long Island was bit terly opposed to granting a franchise to an electric line and soon after I heard that tho franchise had been granted and that he had voted for It I met him on the train and said Then you changed your mind about that franchise Yes I had to bo replied Any particular Influence brought to bear Yes My wife persuaded me into it And who persuaded you wife Her brother And was ho persuaded Yes a lawyer persuaded him And th- olawyer7We1l I reckon It was the president Oftthe company that persuaded him I stood out and stood out but the persuasionwas too great authorityIpany gave the lawyer 1500 to per suade with You dont mean it gasped the alderman But I do Yes sir an even 1500 Then lies a durned skunk and ought to be shown up He persuaded the whole family of us for 350 and put tho rest In his pocket Thats what a man gets for belnghonestSL Louis GlobeDemo crat Could Have Their Choice Frederick Sandys described by Englishdraughtsmen he was known to fame to paint the portrait of the mayor of a town a most estimable grocer The spokes man of the deputation said that the committee was prepared to pay as high as 50 for a good portrait but on ueelng the artists face grow long add ed that they only wanted a halt length Oh of course that makes a difference said the artist most urbanely Whlchphllf would you prefer gentlemen frLir A iif Fr qf JI t catching sight of two of my Jttmners get close about Have you seen any thingany signs of the enemy I havent said Fitzhugh but Abrams thought ho saw Dotty Ferguson over by tho Fair Wind saloon there Said ho cut up Clay street be fore tho rest of us caught sight of hlmtlo maybe Abrams was off his nut Quito likely I admitted as wo turned the Jutting corner of tho build ing and came under shelter by the ticket office But keep a close watch The other four retainers were in tho passageway and I called to tho ticket seller for tho tickets to Liver more By the price I decided that Livermore must be somewhero within 50 miles and marshaling my troop about tho boy marched into the wait lag room past the doorkeeper through the sheds and on to tho terry boat I saw no sign of tho enemy and breathed freer as the last belated passenger leaped aboard tho folding gangplank was raised anti tho steamer with a prolonged blast of tho whistle slid out Into tho yellowgreen water of the bay Keep together boys I cautioned my retainers Has any one seen signs of tho other gang There was a general murmur In tho negative Well Abrams will you slip around and see if any of them got aboard Theres no such thing as being comfortable until wo are sure In the hurry and excitement of preparation and departure the orders I had Iven and received and tho work that filled every moment I had been conscious of the uneasy burden of a task forgotten I had surely neglected something Yet for my life I could not lee that wo lacked anything I had iy seven retainers the boy was safe vlth us I had my purse wo were well rmed and every man had his ticket to Ivermore But at last tho cause of tiy troubles camo to my mind Great Scott I thought Its Dodd idgo Knapp That little engagement n the stock market is casting its shadow before It seemed likely Indeed that the do nands of my warring employers would tfash hero as well as in the conflict Her the boy Yet with all the vengeful feeling hat filled my heart as I looked on the hlld and called up the memory of uy murdered friend I could but feel i pang of regret at the prospect that Ooddrldgo Knapps fortune should be ilaccd in hazard through any unfaith illness of mine My uncomfortable reflections were iroken by tho clanging engine bells tad the forward movement of tho pas engers as the steamboat passed Into he slip at Long Wharf Stand together boys I cautioned my men Keep back of the crowd Wainwright will take the boy and the rest of you see that nobody gets near himAll right said Wainwright lifting tho child in his arms It will take I good man to get him away from mo Vheres Abrams I asked noting that only six of my men wero at band You sent him forward said Lock hartNot for all day Well he hasnt been seen since you tQld him to find out whos aboard Its no use to walt for him I growled But the next man that takes French leave had better looX somewhere else for a Job for by the great horn spoon hes no man ol mineWo marched oft the boat In tho rear of the crowd I in no pleasant humor and the men silent In reflection of my displeasure And with somo difficulty we found seats together in a forward coachThe train was the eastbound over land and It seemed hours before the baggage was taken aboard and the signal given to start I grew uneasy but as my watch assured me that only 10 minutes had passed when the engine gave the first gentle pull at the train I suspected that I was losing the gift of patienceTO CONTINUED GIRL KISSES JUDGES FEET Receiving Light Sentence for Serlout Offense Prisoner Is Overcome Philadelphia PaA remarkable scene was witnessed in the court ol Oyer and Termlner when Josephine iizselfhands and feet with kisses The girl had been convicted of manslaughter for causing the death of hex newly born Infant on May 24 and Judgo Von Moschzisker had Imposed the lightest sentence possible whlcb meant only five months Imprisonment Throughout the day the girt had cowered In the dock a wretched figure Sho Is little more than a child In size and evidently was in fear of a verdict of death having been in dicted for murder In the first degrees She was therefore overjoyed by her escape from the gallows As she passed the bench on her waj to prison she turned and ascended tht steps Two court omcers rushed U stop her but the Judge waved them aside and held out his hand with i kindly smile as she approached She seized and kissed it and then taldar the other also kissed that reverently When the girl dropped on her knu ot u court official took ber by the arm but bursting into tears she threw herself on tho floor and kissed the judges feet This done she arose smiling and went to prison House Fly a Common EnemyCAlthough the mosquito on yellow fever and malaria and li universally recognize as an enemj to be fought outright scientists hav come to regard the common house flj as the more dangerous TUA mosqulU will spread only one or two diseases but the house flys only specialty II filth Typhoid germs tuberculosli germs and a hundred other germ that drops Its load of refuSA ta tb butter or mlr itFr t4 1f tIiI1 ri2 SENTRY HAD SHREWD SCHEMEI fiFearedTheres one thing thats more fun than reading a good detective story sail the retired army olllcer and that is to have a hand In solving a mystery yourself I remember a chance we hail at a western post InOthe seventies It was In the fighting days and even when not ac tually on tho warpath the braves wero always really to pick off a stray white man especially a soldier if there was no fear of getting caught Except for an occasional expeditation to punish marauding was rather dull and we officers wero all greatly Interested In a case which puzzled the surgeon One of tho privates was subject to periodical attacks of an illness for which there was no accounting lie would have nausea get pale have a headache and a fever and In short would be dogsick The next lay he would be all right Ills food had nothing to do with tho trouble So we set to work to find out tho one circumstance which invariably preceded these SPOIlS First we discovered that they happened only at night then that It was only when he was on sentry duty Hu did not how ever always have thorn when he was rongeon came In to mess with a look of triumph Ive figured this thing out at last ho said The fellow always gets sick when ho has ono particular tour of sentry duty at night and never at any other time It Is the most lonely and exposed post here and he thinks the Indians might pop him off some fine night lIes a coward and to es cape the danger he makes himself sick But what medicine he uses beats me I havent been able to find that out but I mean to do it We did find It out The major who was In command of the post the surgeon and two or three more of us got hold of the man and worked the third degree on him We coaxed threatened browbeat anti abused hit until he weakened and told the truth 110 was a coward and had made himself sick by putting chunks of moistened tobacco under his armpits His system had absorbed enough of the nicotine to give him the exact symptoms that a boy has when he smokes his first cigar An Old Grandmothers Story How to cook a husband You must first catch him Having done so proceed as follows Get a large Jar called the jar of carefulness which all good wives have on hand place your husband in it and set him near the fire of conjugal love cover him with affection kindness and subjec tion garnish with modest becoming familiarity and if you havo kisses and other confectioneries let them be accompanied with a sufficient portion of secrecy mixed with prudence and moderation We would advise all good wives to try this recipe and realize how admirable a husband is when properly cookedEnWishwouSans Domestic Gratifying Confirmation The ostensible head of the family laid down his knife and fork in despair Maria he said this is an old hen Good triumphantly exclaimed the rear head of the family Thats just what I told the grocer when I boughs It He said it wasntkFree Luncheons for Poor People During the vacation days in New York city the poor children of the low er east side of Manhattan Island received 26043 luncheons through the home delivery system of the Children Relief society To Grow Bamboo In United States The department of agriculture has demonstrated that Chinese and Japanese bamboo can be profitably grown In the United States and will experl ment with droughtresistant forms from India The Drama Surely surely the only true knowl edge of our fellowman Is that which enables us to feel with him which gives us a fine ear for the heart pulses that are beating under the mere clothes of circumstance and opinion George Eli Straw Har Comparatively New Headwear made of straw was already In use among the ancient Greeks but straw hats like those we wear did not come into use in Europe un half a century agobMARKET REPORTSb Cincinnati Oct 1- OCATTLEExtra 5 25 Q 5 50 CALVES Extra Q 8 00 HOGSChoice 650 6 65 SHEEP Extra 3 05 3 75 LAMBSSpring 5 65 ilIt 5 75 FLOEIRStiring Lint 5 7ft 0 00 WhEATNo red 1 001 102 SOATSNortYlxo 2 choice 78 i 80 25ntJTlERDalrGGSPer doz at 21 APPLESChoice 2 75 3 25 ITODACCoDurIeCHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 97t1 99 4OjTSNoALARDPrimeNEW ThugaFLOUR Win WHEAT No 2 red 1 07V SiOATSNoPORKPrime mess 17 25 17 75 lARDSteam 10 70 10 SO hALTS MORE 02YiCORNNo2OATSNo2 mixed P 53 I1 flnsViU5TWHEAT No 2 ORNNo 2 mixed 84V OATSNo2 mixed 54 HAY Ch timothy 12 00 12 50 45LtI1DSteamINDIANAPOLIS CATTrEPrlme 5 75 7 00 685SHEEpExtra 7 Jo I sZt a I Jrr Round About the StateWhat Is Gong On in Different MS Sections of Kentuckyt1 jsrz TWO LEGISLATORS OUT LneDeathOld Capitol Plans Frankfort fyGov Willson received a letter from A S Bennett secretary of the republican state con ittee notifying him that Represena tivo J A Duff of Ohio county had resigned News also reached here th HatCnsy county Is dead The problem of what to do with old statehouse and the governorsImansion has been solved aS5emblIIthe mansion which has been tto h homeand rebuild thlm on the new groundsIThere Is but one tiling about the old state building that could not bo saved and replaced that Is the wonderfully c thonstructedup to the legislative halls It is proposed by the Historical SdI det to sell tho site of tho old ol a Isridg frroundsite of the old mansion it is roiosctlto turn over to tho the purpose of erecting a hospital THREE PRISONERST Break Jail While Guards Were Walt Ing Fcr a Mob Frankfort KyD prying down the tops of the sills of the windows in the county jail here at an early hour Thos Brandenburg Thos King federal prisoners and Eliza ONan an al leged horse thief escaped from jail- i They tied their bed clothes together making a rope with which to slip to the ground It was reported that a mob would assault tho jail to take Charles Kelly the murderer of Ira Phillips from it and lynch him but those watching for the lynchers failed to see the prisoners when they escaped Soldiers Ready To Suppress Outbreak Frankfort Ky Uumors that an out break on the part of the negroes In Fulton county was imminent and feel ling unable to handle the situation tho county officials requested Gov Will son to order out the troops He did and the company of Infantry on servo leo at Columbus went on active duty A probable race war between the ne groes and the night riders causes fear of riot and additional bloodshed Village Business Section Burned Ellzabcthtown KyThe business portion of Vine Grove this county was destroyed by fire The grocery nd meat shop of Berry Jon s the tith hotel tho Wright grocery store tne produce store of M P Allen the grocery store of Jonesll Shelton and the hardware and implement store of the Cooper Bros were destroyed TJe loss Is 25000 Leased eFrankforts ian appointed S M Lyklns of Mor an county deputy warden of the tate prison to succeed W S Haw ins resigned to accept the clerkship A contract for services of 100 con vIcts was made with R C Carson of Chicago at 35 cents per day for use In a furniture factory Tobacco BurnedsAugusta Ky 0 largo prizing warehouse of J J Fa- gan near Germantown The ware house contained 45000 pounds of tobacco on which there was 5000 Insurance Mr Fagan lost 15000 pounds of tobacco the warehouse farming toots etc his total loss being about 4000 No Insurance To Divide Their Vctes Louisville Ky Bishop Alexander Walters of New York one of the strongest ecclesiastical leaders of tho negro race will come to Kentucky October 23 and speak at Louisville Leb anon Bardstown and Springfield HeI will advise negroes to divide their votesILandlord Stung For 7860 Frankfort KyPat OBrien pro prietor of the Frankfort hotel re reived a telegram that a check for S7SGO given him by A M Lane on he Second National bank of Wllkes arn Pa Is bogus Lane represented himself to bo an agent for the Wllk s i arre Heat Light and Motor Co Drought Is Broken Lexington Ky Rains have been frilling over Central and Eastern Ken lucky breaking four mpnths drought Practically every small stream In this district was nearly dry and the Ohio Cumberland Licking Kentucky DIg andy and Red rivers were very low Oysters Killed Turfman Frankfurt Ky Poisoned by oysters eaten in Louisville John T Waters wellknown cxcouncilmap this city died Ho bad not missed a racing illmeeting at Louisville In 25 years He had Just returned from the races c To Settle Up Fair Business Frankfort Ky Commissioner griculture if M C Rankin called a of the state board of forestry nd immigration and agriculture tb meet in Louisville Monday to lIettlef up the business of the recent state fair Anthrax In Kentucky Louisville KyAnthrax a deadly disease for cattle and humans has been discovered on the farm of a Shel by county cattle man by State VeterlIJ narian F T Eisenman of this city he bureau of animal industry at Washington was notifiedsWork For the Coroner Owlngsville KyBob Woodard who was shot In the mouth by nls brotherinlaw John Phelps a few days ago died Following tho shoot Ing Phelps turned the pistol on him self sending a bullet through his brain i r 1IPriest Thought Bound For May Be at Home IIHolland 1 KyProminent Catnollcs that In the person of Father A Lindenfield ostensibly t retired priest from the cast the city U has Father Lawrence flax who Is sup C posed to be on a Cunarder bound for rolland his old home Father Bax is one of the few prtestsl Iof the world who ever 1 golden jubilee and the occasion of V the function here two years ago in J his little church of St John attracted rsome of the dignitaries of the Catho li trSomewell and according to his intimates ere he left New York for Holland tLindenfield Is unknown to Catholics here and answers the description of Father Bax perfectly He lives with ltwo female servants In a remote por tion of the city and he refused to open e floor or to show himself more j clearly than through a window 1The motive ascribed by those who rthat Lindenfield is Father Uax hat the old man is seeking to hide om the world and believed tha hero e would be least looked for Father rtaX Is 90 years old T RAIN CHECKED FLAMES lhat Threatened dies Mills Bourbon county1Lexington KyFire at Huddles Mills a village In Bourbon county Iii Iti stroyed two stores and a residence Jcausing 10000 loss with no Insur Jta 1Droughtof water and Paris was asked for help Before hat arrived a heavy rain fell jtchecking the names and saving thQ town from complete destruction J It Is believed the fire was caused br fIncendiaries and an investigation will be made Only one store is left in the 1jplace and it was ignited several times Two of the volunteer fire fighters wero severely hurt Willson Receives Thatcher Report Frankfort KyGov WHison re celrcil the report of State Inspector and Examiner Thatcher In regard to the alleged use of vegetables ice and laundry of Stanley Milward a memtber of the board of control asylum at Lexington He says that Mr Milward has paid 2175 to the steward of the asylum for the vegeta ties ice and use of the laundry which were regarded as courtesies of the asylum Thatcher says that MiiwnrdShas wholly discontinued getting his ice vegetables and the use of the asylum laundry v Aged Forger Begins SentenceS si Frankfort Ky Tottering from old age and his hair snowy white FL Burns 81 sentenced In Boyle county to the penitentiary for four years for forgery was brought here to begin his term He worked a green goods gamj on a Boyle county farmer securing 2000 he had In bank He is the old at man ever admitted to the prison i Cases Dismissed Lexington IyIn circuit court the cases against Elbert Hargls Ed Callahan Alex Hargis and Jesse Spicer all charged with the assassination of Jan Cockrell were dismissed on motion of the commonwealth States AttorneyIAllen announced the cases een tried before and no convlcttcn S5May Be Good Catch i Paducah Ky Charged with steal ing a horse and buggy from a local firm Floyd Snyder alias F S Hen I derson was arrested at Greenville Tenn and lodged in jail here The police believe Snyder may have some knowledge of the murder of John Holl man who was shot at Dawson on Oc tober 3 last Mason H P Williams Dies fFrankfort Ky Mascn H P Wil ll ama S3 had of one of the most prominent families of this section died He fought in the confederate 1 army He witnessed the first running f the Kentucky Derby at Louisville when Aristldcs won To Apprehend Fulton Mob lFrankf rt KyGov Willson ar irived home from Western Kentucky He declared his purpose to use every h means at hand to apprehend the memo ers of the mob In Fulton county who murdered the negro Dave Walker and members of his family t Miss Annette Swigert Dies tfLexington KyMIss Annette Swl gert daughter of Daniel Swlgert the Veteran thoroughbred breeder and turf man and sister of Mrs Leslie Combs wife oft the United States minister o r Peru died of congestion of the lungs f at her fathers home j Road Completed i f Barbonrsvllle KyThe PInd Moun fl tain railroad a branch of the Louis i vllle S Nashville has been finished extends from Wllllamsburg andtfri ters valuable coal fields of Whitley ountyS itrRain Brings JoyI I Owlngsville KyWith almost all streams dry pastures burned to a crisp people here are rejoicing at a I downpour of rain which fell here th j rst In three months In sufllclect uritquantities to lay dusti mkt Coles End Is Sudden 5S Glasgow Ky Andy Cole 83 prom inent citizen dropped dead at nU homo In Cole Bend Mr Cole was one if IiSouthern i the most widely known citizens of this fGovernor Loses Case Louisville KyGov Willson had bad luck in Judge Gordons court when i i he prosecuted a damage suit for E 1 JVheeler of Lexington against tho tofused t it ff1 I J iR i u rv i4 or 0AIP HR OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK PUBLISHED WEEKLY OWINGSVILLE KY Entered according to Act of OwingsvilleIcy matter subscriptionIOne year One Dollar Six months Sixty Cents Three months Thirtyfive Cents No commissions allowed any body on subscriptions Subscribers desiring a change of address should give previous address when writing Correspondents shouldalways get their items to us not later than Monday if possible when out of stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper i News matter of general inter est is welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in a sertedAdvertisers wishing a change shouldIus publication day Address all communications to JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville Ky THURSDAY OCT 15 1908- ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce Allie W Young as a candidate for reelection as Circuit Judge of the Twentyfirst Judicial dis trict subject to the action of the Democratic party i We are authorized to announce o Alexander Conner a candidate for reelection for Comnomvealths t Attorney of the 21st Judicial dis trict subject to the acti o n o f the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W B White as a candidate for Attorney in the 1Twentyfirst Judicial district sub ject to the action ofthe Democrat ic party t We are authorized to announce Mrs S B Hawkins as candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Bath county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Miss Pickett Metcalfe as a candi 1 i date for Superintendent of Schools of Bath county subject Ill to the action of the Democratic party i r We are authorized to announcer J i Leonard Cassity as a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Bath County subject to the Lr action of the Democratic party announceWt perintendent of Schools of Bath county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Miss Carrie Nixon as a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of acLiont We are authorized to announce John W Dawson a candidate for Clerk of the Bath Circuit Court subject tothe action of the Dem ocratic party We are authorized to announce J J Mark as a County Judge of Bath County 1subject to the action of the Dem r party We are authorized to announce a 4 Alfred N Crooks as a candidate for County Judge of Bath sub b Demos We are authorized to announce Leslie Shrout as a candidate for reelection as County Clerk of a Bath subject to the action of they y Democratic party r We are authorized to announce Wm D Bailey of South Sher burne a candidate for Sheriff of Hath county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic partyI Sharpsburgta will be his deputies if elected i i We are authorized to announce as a candidiate for tSheiiffof Bath county subject to the action of the Democratic t party Cole Barnes of Preston t will be his deputy if elected t AWeare authorized to announce 0 Doggett as a candi t i countyytocraticparty 1t We are authorized to announce Caleb L Snedegar a candidate t for Jailer of Bath county subject v to the action of the Democratic party to1 We are authorized to announce o Robt Duff as a candidate for r r t Jailer of Bath County subject to r 7thea tion of the Democratic arty t c tt1 if e1y h of 1 L l 1 tL 4 I j I 0 1 i fYt t TI We are authorized to announce James G McCarly as a candidate for Jailer of Bath county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Eastwood Hatton as a candidate for Jailer of Bath county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce- R T Joba Clark as a candidate for Jailer of Bath countysubject- to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Wm W Nixon as a can d datefor Jailer of Bath countysubject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Ben Jones as a candidate for As sessor of Bath County subject to the action of the Democratic par electedWalterSburne and Thos J Crouchof 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 are authorized to announce Robert T Myers as a candidate for Magistrate in District No5 Preston subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Joseph Williams as a candidate for Magistrate in District No 5 Preston subject to the action of the Democratic party n We are authorized to announce John T Buck Ginter as a can didate for Magistrate in Owings ville district No1 subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce- J W Clinkenbeard as a candi magistrateindistrict No2 subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party THE national base ball season which closed this month is pronounced the best the game has ever known The finish in both the National League and the American League was very ex werenecku ANDREW CARNEGIE made the Republican campaign managers a contribution of twenty thousand dollars last we Mrs Russell Sage gave one thousand dollars rightjustmanagers get scared enough to be duly grateful againinand there is grave of a series of wars involving all Eu BulgariahasTurkey and AustriaHungary has annexed Bosnia and Herze- govna which latter is contested by Servia EUGENE V DEBS the Socialist candidate for President says this country is on the verge of the greatest organic change in all history As kings and slavery were abolished so h e s a y s capitalists will be abolished In other words socialism will prevail It may make a start but it will finish in utter chaos before it has lasted long- CORRESPONDENCE Correspondents MUST get their items to us Monday if they ex pect them to be printed And please remember that visits between neighbors are not news Pebble daughter rah Hendrix of Okla Sunday J S McClure and wife visited J A Powell Sunday Mrs Lou Powell has been very sick but is better now Mrs W T Atchisonof MooreI field visited her mother Mrs Sarah Hendrix of Okla some days last week The drouth was partly broken Saturday by a rain which will be a great benefit for seeding but it dfdnt make any stock water Mrs Susan Anderson son Sant and daughter returned to their home in Kansas after a six weeks visit with friends of theI countyCharley Crump bought a cow of JA Vice for 35 Leslie Hendrix bought of Chas T Vice of Sherburne his 120 acre farm at 34 per acre cashJ R J Anderson and wife have gone to Kansas on a visit and if pleased with the country will buy a farm while thereJJ W ited his daughter Mrs J A Powell Sunday Mrs Bettie Elkins and daugh ter of Clark county returnedhome Sunday after a weeks visit with friends V f r t 1 T 1 i4 S Z6L 4 Moores Ferry Hollis Gibbs has got another everySaturday Good rain here Saturday Mrs Bert Christy and a Mrs Hawkins of Hillsboro are visiting relatives hereIMrs Jeff of Bourbon week with her parents 0 P Shrout and wife twoyearIoldfrom attended Owingsville Court Monday q Stopstono Mrs John Karrick and Mrs Frank Brown of Stepstone are visiting F W Collier and family at LexingtonMrs Allen is visiting in Mt Sterling veryfUncle Pete Donohew is low We had a good rain here Fri day night and Saturday Brooks son of Ewell Payne fell ybutMrs H S Bittinger spent sev eral days here last week in Mt SterlingMrs E Brown visited and Lexingtonfrom V H Montjoy and wife visited in Owingsville Monday Okla W R Gray who was poorly last week is better John Denton and wife of Wy oming were of Z T Crain and wife Sunday Luther Davis and wife of Col fax visited the latters uncles Tilman Riddle and family and Alpheus Vice and family Monday and Tuesday of last week We had a nice rainSaturday making plenty of stockwater which had become very scarce daughterMiss dayslastAlpheus vice and wife visited Rigdonremains very poorly Miss Ella Atchison of Moore field visited relatives here last week it- t Odessa J P Stephens is on his annual twoweeks trip to the mountains I R Darnell delivered last week to J B weanling colt by Lindseys old King for 85 J B Lindsey delivered one of same to E R Little Mt Ster ling at 150 W S Anderson sold one of same to Herman Williams for 50- Quite a number from here a publiclast sold sole fairly well considering scarcRy of grass and water Mr and Mrs Perry Myers and children of Hillsboro visited the family of Isaac Stephens Satur day night and J W Snedegar and family Sunday Charley Day of Fleming cou ty visited visited his uncle Wni Day Mr Terrel of Bourbon countjv GudgellSundayOwingsville Monday- J W Snedegar delivered to Richard Ratliff on the 10th of Oc tober a mare mule colt he bought early of Mrs Mary J Power for 100 Bethel Corn is about all cut and some are through sowing wheat W P Baird and wife C M Ratliff and Jas Hickey attended the trots at Lexington last week T L Peters and wife visited C A Peters and family near Flemingsburg Saturday and Sun dayJohn S Vice and Santford Ra mey sold eight yearling mules to Newt Rankin for Pennsylvania parties at 6750 to 75 Mrs Nickols of Charleston Ill visited her brother W H Pieratt and sister Mrs J W Crouch last week E N Clinkenbeard and wife of Sherburne spent Sunday with S Robertson and wife Misses Mary D Evans and Irene Coliver left lastjveek for Millersburg enter the female college Prof Dale leaves this week for Lewis to make a canvass of thatcounty for the nomination for Superintendent of Public Schools to which office he as pires Miss Lawson will teach in is place about six weeks x Mrs George Donaldson an Mrs T L Peters went to Lexington last week shopping W H Pieratt and family visits ited in Montgomery county Monday PofN TW 4 J 11jr r A Slate Volley IWe had a fine rain which nfadc of stock water I Corn cutting has begun nd in places corn is good and feed is likely to be plentiful Elder Parker filled his appoint ments here Saturday night and SundayThe church people here would be glad if the use black spirits would go somewhere else to fight and cut and swear out side of the church yard IMiss Wynona Sorrell of near schoolhouse attended church here Sunday Almanza Lathram ands i s t e Miss Ollie of Salt Lick visited relatives here Saturday night and Sunday and attended cnurch Crooks Lige Donaldson and wife of Menifee county visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Ed Blevins moved here last week from Rowan county Bro Blevins will preach the funeralof Mrs Dollie Manier the 4th Sunday at the Valley Henry and Sam Williams of Buffalo Ill are here on business Joe Williams is quite sick Walter little son of Wallace McNab is sick Sam Lathram shipped two car loads of cattle to Cincinnati Wed nesday Wilson d Hendrix shipped one carload of export cattle to the Eastern market and one car to Cincinnati Tuesday 2 carloads of hogs Saturday I S V Johnson shipped a car o cattle to Cincinnati one day las weekWe had a rain Friday night that was appreciated very much John Shropshire wife and two children of Illinois are visiting relatives here Olvmpla Correction The item in regard to the marriage of Jas Swarts should have read Sept 27 1908 instead of November Elder Cleveland Carpenter held religious services here last Friday night to a large and appreciative audienceJoe wife and little daugh ter came in Sunday from George town Ill to visit his father Wm Hart and other relatives Sundayfromti Ohio Douglass Smith wife a n daughter of Covington are vis iting relatives and Rev Smith f holding a protracted meeting a Sour Spring J K Jackson and wife visited J A Barnes and wife at Ow ingsville Sunday lyrnpia is on a boom We have a new house of busi ness in Olympia T Harry has erected a grocery emporium Several of the young folks went toward Peeled Oak chestnutting Sunday We do riot know wha success they had Next Sunday will be Elder Car p e s regular appointment- All were sorry to hear of th untimely death of one of our of and esteemed citizens Fred Sles ser in Cincinnati 0 We do no know the particulars ofhis death but this much we do know was a good citizen and a goo neighbor and allaround gentleman and will be missed by many in Olympia stoops Wheat and rye have come up fairly well Corn cutting will be finishe- this week 350 per barrel is noW being asked for it The showers Saturday recived a royal welcome in this section We hear too much about the fellow with commonsense What about the fellow with un common sense Walter and Marion Bridges at tended the races at Lexington Mrs Ann Gorrell of Mt Ster ling continues in a serious con dition Miss Minerva Robersonand Ed Givens of Mt Sterling were visitors here last week While everybody is singing their favorite song lets all to gether sing the sweetest ofall VGood 014 Sorghum TimesI Misses Loena and Mattie Morgan of Bourbon county are visiting relatives here Grover Sears will leave in a few days for a trip through Il linoisElders Parker and Cassity are holding a protracted meeting at Fassetts schoolhouse It cannot be denied that Judge Taft is great He has actually had a cigar named for him Mrs Ella Hamilton and son Sherman visited relatives near Owingsville Saturday and Sun day wt i f7 t j William II Taft speaks at Mt Sterling Thursday morning This section will send a large delega tion to see him large number of mule colts rill be kept over People will not take prosperity prices A B Barbees letter from the Pacific Coast was very interest tellIor pen will never tell it all S T Rudder visited his par ents at Grassy Lick Saturday and Sunday Several from here attended Court at Owingsville Monday- r Dr J L Weber of Mt Sterling will preach here Sunday Oct 25 at 3 p m Green Cundiff has rented from H K Greene at Grassy Lick and will move there shortly TilE MIDDLE AGES E laIh- ave been reading an article on agesStella alwaysfoundwere more apt to offer me a seat in a street car than the young fellows were AN EDITORr1 couple were re cently married The ceremony over the wife began to weep copiously Whats the matter asked the new husband I nev er told you that I dont know how to cook sobbed the bride Dont worry said he Ill have anything to cook Im a editor and this day and time few girls acquire any knowledge in the culinary art LAMB WITH MINT SAUCE I EnglishtAugust afternoon said Richard de Galliene The sun shone through a soft haze and in the green fields many white lambs played poetshavethe lamb the emblem of innocence The young girl smiled radi antly Lambs she said are in deed delightful animals especi ally with mint sauce THE SOFT ANSWER It was a wise young man who paused be fore he answered the widow who asked him to guess her age You must have some idea of it she said with what was intended for an arch sidewise glance I have several ideas he admitted with a smile The only trouble is that- I hesitate whether to make you ofIaccount of your brains Then ndtspeedy leave SHOULD LEAVE IT TO THE LORD A gentleman residing in a small town recently lost his wife and in deference to the last wishes of the deceased the remains were cremated Bridget Flannigan a yheardand called to console him criedtyer poor lady is dead Sure an its miserable we all are for a more blissed sowl niver lived soeuptpresarve us tendIANYTHING FOR A CHANGEI- am tired of seeing that everlast ing mackerel brought in here for breakfast grumbled a hoarder and I intend to speak to the landlady about it Some of his fellow victims applauded but courd cussion when the landlady ap pearedMiss Prunella began the bold boarder I was about to say in regard to the mackerel that we changeIts grimly said the landly and there will be no change Then for heavens sake order the girl to bring it in tail first fora while CALMING HUrl DOWNIf wo men would just have a little tact and wouldnt fly to pieces their own selves when their husbands git to jawin and tearin round thered be less trouble in fami neighborI suppose thats so said the neighbor repliedDoand my tongue and go all to sorryforto one of his tantrums Well I dont I just keep cool and calm him downHow you calm him down Well sometimes with a stick and again with a broom handle or mebbe grab up a pail of water and just douse him with it There are plenty of ways to calm a man if a woman will only keep cool herself and try emISubscribe for r l 1L J6bPTDgW- hy b not have THE OUTLOOK do yourprintlngi We can do it as well and as as you can have it done elsewhere quantity and quality cone sidered iJ 1H1LetterheadsNoteheads Envelopes Billheads StatementsPamphlets Blank Forms of all kinds iWe have both rag and bond or linen writing paper ruled igVeso 3i j asdeeds i Address OUTLOOKtOWINGSVILLE KY J 1u ACCORDING TO HISTORY A woman in a Western city who belongs to a community called Baptistin a backwoods district Shortly after her arrival she went to the local postoffice and in arrivednThe rural postmaster looked be wilderedSister whohe asked incred ulously Sister Bernardine repeated the lady a sister of St John the Baptist dU1biously prettyHarpers Weekly HIT THE WRONG TARGET A turkeyfromhim in making the purchase if i was a tame turkey Oh yais sir its a tame tu key ol right Now Ephraim are you sure its turkeyOh deres no soto doubt bout dat Its a tame tukey ol right He consequently bought the turkey and a day or two laterwhen eating it he came across several shot Later on when he met old Ephraim on the street he said Ephraim you tola me IWell a tame turkey but I shot in it when I was eating it Oh dat war a tame tukey ol right but de fac is boss Isgwine to tell yer in confidence dat dem dere shot was intended fer me EASY MONEYA vender one wintry day entered a cafe and said to a man who was reading a newspaper and drinking hot lem onadeWont you buy a calendar sir The new year is close at hand No I dont want a calendar But the vender persuaded him to buy one which he paid for and ordered it to be delivered to his wife at his home ashort distance away Going to the house the vender said to the wife Your husband madam sent me from the cafe with this calen buyforThe woman paid a quarter for the calendar and the vender returned to the cafe where her hus band sat While he was trying to make more sales there the hus band went home heard o f the trick that had been played on his wife and him and ringing up the butler said furiously Go down to the cafe at once and bring up the calendar vender youll find there The butler found the vender busy with a customer and deliv ered his message Oh I know what your boss wants He wants a ca e n d a r Have you a quarter It will save upTaking calendar with one hand and extending quarterwith the other he hurried back home V To MAKE IT OPULARThe late Rear Admiral Thomas said an Atlanta used to laughat the way everybody seem ed to want a free advertisement of some sort from the editor It was the same he would say with the physicieneverybody wants free advice from him on the ques tion I once heard him tell about an editor who served ten days in jail for licking the Mayor The warden treated him well and at the tendays end escorted him to the door and shaking him by the hand said goodluckgiving the jail a puff insuecI 1 ra = 0 Receipts Labels i Invitations fl rCards Posters =t Dodger l THE tAt edge and among other things y1 asked for was a definition ofalie Imm s hand and iy lthe reply A lie is an abomina tion to the Lord but a very pleas t ant help in time of trouble t NOT ENOUGH CHILDREN She asked him if he was the photog rapher He said he was asked him if he took pictures He said he did Sheiasked him how much he ch tThenonly Magazine WHEN YOURE SAFEHin- r nessey said Mr Doolev this is great talkin about Christian J Science hey Yes said Mr Hinnessey 1t1It tists had a little more science and the doctors had a little morerChristianity it wouldnt make any difference which you called inif you had agoodnurse Finley Peter DunnejCURIOUS v Jasman who was the possessor ofA 1 many needy relatives and some well to do but grasping ones if tJustyou can make it ehasked thelzy clientThe lawyer nodded All right said the sick man Now I want to ask you one odoof getting the property THE llUTUALBENEFIT Life Insurance Co Newark N J FREDERICK FRFLINGHOTSEN Pmt THE LEADING ANNUAL DIV IDEND COMPANY C1 Ilasiturlni tliepntt Rlxtr thrnptrirllaeJo PollcU older u1 AssPtsJuiiI IUOil iI1oc7Q6n- Surplus 465lo48UOs No Company has ever accom plished better results for its Pol icyholdersJ ELGIN Gen Agent 207 Court Street Maysville Ky 0 B AgentOwingsville Y PUBLIC SALE r TWO FARMS 186 ACRES near Hillsboro being of the tJ4 these two farms at public auction in Grange City Ky on TUES DAY OCTOBER 20 1908 beginning at 930 oclock a m to gether with a large lot of live stock hay and farm implements See bills for further t GrangeCity j t FRUIT and ORAME- NTALTREESI J Everything for Orchard jhaveof Lexington Ky School Tax Duei j The Owingsville Graded School District Tax is due Please pay now and avoid the penalty per centiS D THOMPSON i 1 Collector t 128 J i i iI L