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I j Pftll 1 I y tf 1 F F i 1 t 1 f t t tDln ui i 11 41 f it r fri = = =VOL XXX OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCT 29 1908 NO 15 t BIrftSit ruli was i Subscribers who wish THE OUTLOOK to continue coming to them should watch their address labels and see that the date is ahead of thi date of the next issue of the forJiSfop meaning that the subscript ion is paid to January 15 1909 = =7= = Bath County Fiscal Court met Tuesday Bring your job work to THE f OUTLOOK Best officeIJ for cash at Mrs Estills childIIrens sity and wife a 14Jlb daughter For Sale 14 bushels clean seed wheat JOHN W HONKER A W Bascoms sale of short horns last Thursday aggregated t about 4000- Owingsville uCwas as well repre tsented as usual at Mt Sterling r Court Monday Bring me your eggs Highest I market price paid for them in cash at Mrs Estills JFor Sale Serviceable cannon at nearly the price of old iron at THE OUTLOOK office tfIBoys caps 24c and 48c t tv gans tcand 49c baby caps sacks 28 34 and 48c at Mrs Es tills u r sA house in eastern sub 1Jelonjl1nsrto Tv S Shrout and acI M cupiedTjy Tom Wright Otc destroyed by fire Monday lorI ro i Bluegraas farms and good city = propertylorsale Address B FAdcock Real estate Broker Paris Ky 143t The Colored Teachers Insti + for Bath Clark and Mont ltgomery counties was held here 0lastweek Corn for Sale About 50 barrels Hr of corn in shock on middle Flat v Creek near Clarks nursery t JOHN W HONAKER J si The series of meetings at the Christian Church by Elders Ellis and Campbell closed Friday night with five baptismsIEstiUl Honaker have received a pair of Barcus horse stocks and I can how shoe the wildest horse without danger tothe animaltf Jim Wilson a Bethel negro tried in Court here Monday for stealing potatos was found guilty and sentenced to 30 days im prisonment NEW MASTER COMMISSIONER r Sherman Goodpasterhavingre signedasMasterCommissioneri of the Court Judge Young appointed D W Doggett to the SOLD FARMCounty Judge J W Lane has sold his farm near Bethel to George Bramlett Jr r for 18000 or about 90 an acre Judge Lane paid 15000 for this i4 ifarm a few years ago but hadI added some improvements GeorgeStofferwere burned to death Sunday night in a fire which also destroy ed their home in Johnson county M Staffers wife trying to escape fromanuppertIt This dreadful intelligence was contained in a brief telegram to Stoffers brother who lives in this county near Howards Mill LET TILE Goon WORK Go ON 4 j Ewing Wilson Bill Kauffman Y and another colored boy were be fore Judge Lane Monday morn tjingon charge of violating the law and were fined 15 10 and 5 respectively This with the assurance that every one found guilty of a like offense will receive the same kind of treat t ment will give the lawabiding hunter an equal chance when the outtiy x i v 1 PERSONAL Mrs Emily Young is seriously ill at her home three miles west of town Mrs W M Kopp of Eaton Ohio came last week to visit rel atives in the county John Craig of Frenchburgvis ited Thomas Horseman and fain- ily Friday and Saturday Mrs Jennie McAlisterand Mrs Alice Perry of Mt Sterling came last week to visit relatives Mrs John McCormick of Mt Sterling visited Mrs John Scott the latter part of last week Misses Alfa and Annie D Clark of Bunker Hill came last week to visit their aunt Mrs John ScotlIMaysville Monday after a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J W HutchesonAndy and two daugh ers Almer and Mary Walters are visiting Mr Dentons brother in Bourbon county Mrs Ed Gaitskill of Winchester came last week to visit her daughter Mrs J B Hampton near Preston Omar Barber came up from Louisville Wednesday night and joined the Taft special train at Salt Lick Thursday Mrs R M Campbell and son Robert left Tuesday morning for Danville to spend the winter with her mother Mrs Walden granddaughter Scott of Sherburne came Mon day to visit relatives here Ed Sanford has returned from an evangelizing tour in Knox Whitley LaraUi I aucicjn tiesMrs J J Nesbitt accompani granddaughterI Mrs W P Strader in Lexington Mrsi J Roe Wells has gone tot N C to visit R L Wells and family and attend the Stc FaitShe writes that Bob is Leslie doing wellIWill Shrout and wife of Mt Ster ling were guests of Mrs Lee D Brother and Thos S Shrout and family the past weeksJudge John A Ramsey and Dr L W Jones representing Bath Lodge No 55 are the annual meeting of the Kentucky Grand Lodge of Masons at Louisville this week Mrs Richard Ginter aged 57 died Oct 13 and was buried at- Springfield next day at oclock p m She leaves a husband and two Sons Charlie Scott of Sherburne sold thirtyodd head of well bred horses in Mt Sterling last week for about 4000 4In rebuilding the old Forge Mill dam workmen found embed ded in the old dam a steel shovel with iron handle made together The shovel is supposed to have been left there in 1810 X MooNSHINERsDeputy U S Marshal Sam Jackson and posse raided a moodshine still in Meni fee county one day last Week and it They also found one in Powell county which had been constructed from a coal oil tank and destroyed it with sixty gallons of beerP- ECULIAR ACCIDENTMonday afternoon while the T S Shrout house in the eastern part of town was burning boy threw a cart ridge in the fire and the cartidge exploding the bullet from it struck Perry Reid of color on the jugular vein penetrating the skin FENCING BURNEDW W Ra zor of the Salt Lick neighborhood was burning some brush on his place one day last week and soon the dry grass and weeds in his meadow were soon in a blaze setting fire to the fence in several places at once and in spite of the neighbors were destroyed NOTIFIED TO QUITSquire J W Clinkinbeard who is a candi date for reelection asMagistrate in the BethelSherburne district received through the mail a few days ago an annonymous letter warning him to withdraw from the race A similar communica tion was found nailed to his barn door It was in Squire Clinken beards district Daughertys and Robertsons warehouses were burned by nightriders early in the spring- tjL L iwa TAKEN TO LEXINGTON Mrs II A Lyter of near town has been seriously ill for some time LyterIsurgeon Hospital Oberlin Ohio Dr Ly ter came and with Doctors Gud proIappenictisalloperation was necessary Ac cording on Wednesday morning- the surgeons were all on hand and everything in readiness for the operation when Dr Feland made the suggestion that while the operation could be performed as well there as elsewhere they were not prepared to administer necessaryThismuch weight with Mr Lyter that he determined to take his wife to the hospital at Lexington and procuring an automobile from Mt Sterling proceeded at once to Lexington When they got there Mrs Lyter was too feeble to undergo the operatien at once and it was postponed until Monday NIGHTRIDERS NOT TO BLAME Squire Clinkinbeard candidate for reelection as Magistrate in the BethelSherburne district was in town Tuesday and showed to a few the notices he received a few days ago warning him to withdraw from the race for of fice The person who wrote the notices is either of a very low or der of intelligence or disguised ullySquirenotices did not originate from to bacco nightriders but were from parties against whom he was recently compelled to decide in cases before his court The Squires friends advise him to in voke the kuklux law THE BEST HE KNEW Glad stone a Jamaican negro was assistant to a district physician in the Canal Zone and being rath er poor in his Latin the bottles had been numbered for his bene fit One day a Spanish laborer came in for medicine and the doctor told his worthy assistant to give him two pills out of num ocr six After he had gone the doctor asked Gladstone did you give the man a dose of number six1J Oh no sab doctor number givehimand one out of numbah two Lippincotts PADDED It is said the Lexing ton school census was padded and that the city schools will re ceive 4155 less this year than they have received for several years This is by a decision of State Superintendent Crabbe NEW DAILYThe News is a daily paper just started in Win chester Winchester is a rapidly growing town and its merchants and business men are as enter terprising as any in Kentucky and it will amply repay them to give this new daily a strong sup port Mrs Collier wife of a anther at Occidental Califor nia was drowned by falling into a vat of win- eCommissioners Sale BATH CIRCUIT COURT Farmers Bank of Ow ingsville Ky plff vs Notice Sarah Farrow Etc Dfts By virtue of a judgment of the Bath Circuit Court renderedat the October term 1908 in above styled case the undersigned Mas ter Commissioner will on the 9th DAY of NOVEMBER 1908 at about one oclock p m sell to the highest bidder at public outcry at the Courthouse door in Owingsville Kentucky a parcel of real estate lying in the town of Owingsville Ky bounded as follows on the east by the lot of Mrs Cuthbert Crouch on the west by the lot of Limas Miller on the north by High street and on the south by the property of John Burns and Mary Shelton Plaintiffs debt interest and costs to satisfy which said sale will be made on day of sale will aggregate 34698 Sale will be made on a credit of six months for the purchase price the purchaser re quired to execute a sale bond with good surety payable to the master commissioner bearing 6 per cent interest per annum from day of sale until paid hav ing the force of a replevin bond The purchase price will remain a lien on the property until it is paid l D W DOGGETT M C B C C C W Goodpaster Atty z i i Haveyou Tried the Pocket hu For the full and winter trade I have the largest and best stock I have ever carried The celebrated Shield brand clothing the hatsIt overcoats notions furnishing goods ete1 With more than thirty years experience and with onefourth youias GILLONS in the Pocket Owingsville Ky DON T you think its time hon estly to relegate the watch onwithwatch that can depend on to meet the condition of the life you leadWe wish you would call and ice our line of beautiful South Bend Watches The South Bend Watch Is sold on what it will do for you not on the strength of a reputation of a bygone past We will gladly show you the economy i I of buying a South Bend Watch if you will ask us We guarantee them to be satisfactory timekeepers Re member the South Bend Watch frozen la lce still keeps perfect time 19 wo soil at the Calico 4 5c Outing 8A 9 lOc Cotton 7J 8j 9c Canton Cotton 6 9 lOc Ginghams 6 85 lOc Woollen Dress Goods 35 40 45 50 55c Ladies Underwear suit 45c Childrens r suit t 25 35i Mens garment 45c IN the use of in we are we are less ALL WELLA certain Mme died in an English 10 to have a sermon preached in which nothing but was well of her should be said sermon is said to have been writ ten by the Duke of and was as follows All I shallsay of her is this was born well married well lived well and died well for she was born at married to Creswell she lived at Clerken well and died at is the of suc love of money is the easi est of all roots to cultivate- A woman says that all men may be but none are su wise man who has a good of himself keeps it to for a man to get in the swift class if hes on the down of the little fellows are more than lions It is when we have that we most distinctly that we have rights tbrak J A JEWELER 5 OPTI UN HEALER IN WatchesClocks Optical Goods Machines- QRAPHOPHONES ETC REPAIRING A SPECIALTY OWINOSVILLK KY Nice Line South Bend Watches REDUCED PRICES Beginning Monday will following prices 50cjBoys IChildrensMens Socks 5 25c l Mens Work Gloves 10 90c 250MensBoys Suits knee pants 1300 QLadlesShoes 1 300 Mens Boots 150 4Sugar 18 pounds 100 Please give us an call JONES BROTHERSODESSA KENT- UCKYSTOIES BARGAINS HEATING Owing to natural gas Mt Sterling overstocked with AIRTIGHT AND HARD COAL BURNERS which offering for than manu facturers prices PREWITT HOWELL Mt Sterling Kentucky 154t Cresswell Bridewellsays journaland bequeathed The Buckingham She Shadwell Bridewell Criticism friend cessThe equal periorThe himselfIts gradeBeware Mosquitoes bloodthirsty wrongs feel POWER Jewelry Silverware Sewing October Mens early A SUGGESTION FROM JAPAN A young Japanese with the na tional love for cleanliness came to London to study As he was a stranger in the city he had to select his own lodgings happyThe ty This the new comer did not like but decided to say nothing thenOne rainy day the maidservant put up this notice Please wipe your feet- Seizing his opportunity the Ja panese student wrote under neathon going outLadiesHome Journal A GRUESOME CHARMIt was keepfroma finger soon after he was sent to the penitentiary and it is now guardsisger as a watch charm The first thanksgiving was in 1630 in Massachusetts when ship full of provisions cam e on day appointed for fasting on account of scarcity of food- Thirtyone Ohio counties have voted dry which will close near lyone thousand saloons J BUGGyBOBES F1 Just opened a nice new uptodate stock of BUGGY ROBES HORSE BLANKETS The goods are the best and the andtvery low Handmade Saddles and are the cheapest for they wear longer and are safer to use Buy AIIXITrlAJST SPICING SADDLE r they are the easiest riding wear longest and wont hurt thehorse MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED k EUGENE ftUNIHAN OWINGSVILLE KY j RACKET STORE t EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY 8I have a new line of ladies corsets in several different styles so come in and save money by buying the Jackson corset Dont for get the Racket Store sells more candy for 5c than anywhere else Everybody seems to want post cards so why not come in and largestlineheart as a Christmas present Heavy Underwear 48c 25C1Childrens Childrens Caps 25 20 15 lOc Childrens Gloves 15 lOc Childrens Belts lOc Childrens Shoes light to heavy 125 to 50c Mens Work Shirts 50 25c Fine 75 50cco Heavyco 100co Sweaters 50c Boys co2ScWork Shirts 25c Suspenders 15 10 5c Mens Suspenders 40 25 15 lOc 10cI 1LadiessThe Highest Price Paid and Eggs R MAXEY Evsl4 1 FOR VflRCftKA l Screened Liiinji and P1utb vJCannel h COAL 1 r ROSE RUN IRON CO OLYMPIA TTJGKY WHEN Gov SMITH SLEPT When Gov Smith of Georgia was Secretary of the Interior in Clevelands Cabinet he was once called home to Atlanta on busi ness The duties incident to his leaving had thoroughly worried the brawny Secretary so he re tired early to his berth for a goad nights rest Mr Smith never dces anything by halves and the sonorous cadences of eve ri n procededfromdence that his utterances of the davdid not greatly exceed in forcefulness those of the night But after about two hours his tranquil slumber was disturbed by the persistent nudging of the porter That official was asking Boss is you awake Of course I am awake what do you want replied Smith Boss I hope you will pardon me sah butl was jest goin to ask you to be so kind as to stay awake for jest about fifteen minutes tell de rest of de passengers can git to sleep TAKING CARE OF PAPARev- A C Dixon of Chicago upon leaving home for a long journey kissed his fouryearold boy good by saying I want to a little man while father is away and I want you to be sure to take care of mamma The boy looked at his father with his big eyes very gravely and said Yes papa I will take care mamma That night the boy knelt and prayed Please Lord take care of papa who has gone away Please take care of gaandfather Please take care of auntie and Mary But Lord you neednt take care of mamma Im going take care of her myself f Gloves 125985025 lOc Pants 800 to SOc Mens Overalls good 50c Mens Shoes at prices to suit all Mens Wool Socks 25 15c Socks 15 lOc Ladies Fancy Hose 50 35 2515 lOcILadies Heavy Fleeced Hose 15 lOc Cash For Poultry t J KEN of dCommissionersBATH CIRCUIT COURT Farmers Bank of f PIt ffOwingsville Kentucky vs Notice P H Stephens deft By virtue of a judgment ren dered by the Bath Circuit Court fli at its October term 19C8 in the abovestyled case the undersign ed Master Commissioner will on the 9th DAY OF NOVEMBER 1908 at about 1 p m sell to the highest bidder at public outcry x in front of the Courthouse door i in Owingsville Kentucky thefollowing described property to wit One brown stallion 8 yearsold one bay stallion four years old ore bay mare 14 years old and one bay horse 7 yeas old tterf property of defendant H Ste t property est and costs aggregating on daytof sale 34052 Sale will be made on a credit of three months the purchaser will be required to execute a good bond with good security for the purchase price payable to plain tiff bearing 6 per cent interest per annum from day of sale until epaid and to have the force of a ireplevin bond D W DOGGETT M C B C C C W Goodpaster A- ttysiiiiotii 1 FOR RENTFUnder OUTLOOK Office 40 feet front by 20 feet deep and dry i cellar of same size JOHN W HONAKERj 4 3 ii 11 Y lr 4 17 J tJlI V Mril 4 r TU R KEf FEARS WAR JDISTURBED BY THE MILITARY ACTIVITY OF BULGARIA THREAT FOR MONTENEGRO Austrian Fleet Anchors Close to Its Seaport Powers Agree on Program for the Conference I Constantinople Disturbed by the vflews of Burgarias military activity Porte has instructed tho Turkish t Jthe abroad to call this r to the attention ot tho powers and to state also that Turkey will de cline to take tho responsibility should Bulgarias persistence In her present attitude result In hostilities Austria Threatens Montenegro Cettlnjo Montenegro Six Austrian warships were anchored Thursday off Splnza In Dalmatia a crown land ofa They are no more 1AustrlaHungary Antlvarl the solo t Between Powers jAgreement Britain Russia and an agreement on t l a program to be submitted to the other powers as a basis for discussion i by the proposed European conference to settle the Balkan situation The proposals to be laid before the powers are eight In number The first Is to thergarla and eastern Roumella should bet replaced by stipulations recognizing f the Independence of Bulgaria as at present constituted and determining s the financial obligations ot Bulgaria toward Turkey New clauses prob ably will settle also the question of the Oriental railway eThesecond and third proposals are r that the powers shall take note ot the annexation by Austria Hungnry of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the re turn of the sanjak of Novipazar to s TurkeyProvision Regarding Crete r Article 4 relates to Crete Itreplaces article 23 of the treaty of Berlin by clauses recognizing the an nexation of Crete to Greece and de r termining the financial obligations ot x Greece in respect to Crete toward Turkey It Is understood that the four powers charged with the protection of Crete Russia Great Britain France a and Italy will settle the Cretan quos tion in concert with Turkey before isrproposed that the second part of arti cle 23 of tho Berlin treaty which pro lvides special regulations for the gov ernment of other PUts of European Turkey shall cease to have force 1 when the powers are assured that a satisfactory settlement has been et- S fected The fifth proposal Is to the effect that arrangements similar to the above shall apply to the Armenian l provinces of Turkey j Article 6 deals with Montenegro The Montenegrin rights of sovereignty ant limited by article 29 of the treaty of Berlin It is proposed that articles 26 to 33 Inclusive ot the Berlin treaty shall be condensed to a single article abrogating all the restrictions Imposed by the treaty under the orig toaweePlan Compensation to Servla fiA The seventh point In the program is the statement that it is desirable to ServlTa f the and Herzegbvlntan frog J tiers adjoining Novlpazar This is r taken to Imply that a strip will betaken from the territory annexed by h AAustriaHungary tProposal 8 concerns the river Dan ube and declares it is desirable to re- t vise the regulations governing Dan r tube traffic so as to give larger rights to the states bordering onr 1 the river r Will Move Hindus to Honduras r Vancouver B CJ B HarkIn of P the department of the interior ot the Dominion government has solved the Hindu question so far as the province of British Columbia is concerned The r entire Hindu colony consisting of than persons is to be J amoved from British Columbia to Brit t ish Honduras The Hindus are t anxious to move and the imperial gov ernment will assist In the cost of r transporting them to their new home r Many of the Hindu colony here are not only out of work but actually starving i a Thief 1 CMcagoRobert F Palmer pres1 dent of the City Letter Carriers x id Illinois was arreste- n f J on a charge of robbing the t iflIoclaUontt a written confession to f ip Inspectors Elston and pllterinxg I years and that the t kamount of money stolen is largo al though he kept no account of it t 1 YPalmeris a letter carrier of Joliet r J Curwodd Alive and Well y Winnipeg titanTho story being 4 w published In the press that James 1r e magazinos4district Indians in the Hudson Day is untrue Curwood Is alive and well t r J Murderer Kills Self In Jail 1s Champaign IllJohn1 Cook aged years committed suicide in the cone rytyJail Thursday by hanging himself month ago he murdered Mrs t Edna McLennan fry l J Baseball Writers Organizer Detroit Mich Baseball writers con- nectedzrt7 with the leading dally papers yw exceptingBrookljnmet formed an organization to be knowni tr i AssociationG + Grain Dealers In Con- ventionNBt Louis The twelfth annual con a Tentlon of the National Grain Dealers association opened In this city Thu re Onrs f t itsy- ttr x 3rr Tv J t YA s L CHICAGO CHAMPIONS AGAIN CUBS CAPTURE THE FIFTH GAME FROM DETROIT TIGERS Decrease of Interest This Year Shown by Attendance Teams Share of Gate Receipts Is 46115 Detroit Mich By defeating De troll Wednesday afternoon 2 to 0 the Chicago team of tbe National league retained its title as the champion baseball team of the world Tho present series differed but little from that of last year In tho previous series Detroit managed to get one tie gAme and then went down In four straight defeats In the present series Detroit snatched one rlctory out of the five games played Tho Chicago team according to tho critics showed superiority in every department of the game In the series as a whole although this superiority was not so apparent on the day that Detroit won- Detroit was handicapped by Schmidts Inability to cut down run ners at second and by tho failure of her heay bitting outfield to bat at critical moments when hits meant runs None of the Detroit pitchers seemed xblo to consistently puzzle the Chicago batsmen for oven Mullin who pitched Detroits only victory was found for seven hits Throughout the series Chicagos hitting was opportune The occasions were rare when with men on bases and runs needed a Chi cago batsman was not there with the needed hit The games were singularly tree from squabbling and on only two or three occasions worn the decisions of the umpires questioned At no time coos It necessary for n player to bo sent to the bench to enforce discipline and good order The series however created less Interest in the two clUes yearItguideThe paid admissions were only 62 232 for the five games and the receipts totaled but 94976 as compared with 101000 last year The attend ance at the final game Wednesday afternoon was but 6210 with gross receipts of 957750 Of the money taken In tho players of Chicago the winning tenth get 27 669 and the Detroit players 18446 The club owners get 19681 apiece and the national commission 9497 Jennings was not beaten Wednes day until Schmidts foul In the ninth lodgmentInthe fierce uphill battle he stood on the coaching line oft first base coaching the runners on ovary move and spurring the batsmen on to make their best efforts No success of the rival team and no failure of his own club dampened his determined cheerful ness There was never a faltering note In his wellknown cry of Wee ah and any slight advantage set him to executing his peculiar war dance A feature of the game was Schmidts recovery of his throwing arm Chi cago was not able to steal a base on him for the first time during the series EXPLORER HEADED FOR POLE First Message Is Received from the Cook Arctic Expedition New York The first message from Dr Frederick E Cook the arctic explorer since he started for the pole from a point north of Etah February 26 has been received In this city It was brought here by Rudolph Franke who accompanied Dr Cook on the early stage of his journey and who received It from the explorer by messengers whom he sent back to the winter base after he was well on his way to the north The message was written March 17 about three weeks after Dr Cook had started on the last stage of his journey It was dated Polar Sea North ot Cape Hubbard and said that up to that point every thing had gone well although th weather was extremely cold Ho was making a straight line for the pole at that time he said and expected to be back at the base late In May 1 am making a straight course for the pole Dr Cook wrote The boys are doing well and I have plenty ot dogs I hope to succeed At any rate I shall make a desperate effort While 1 expect to get back by the end of May still I wish you to be ready tq go to Acponle the Island off North Star where the whalers steamers come by the 6th ot June and It I am not back to go home with tho whalers I think however we will be hack Dr Mann Declines Bishopric Washington Giving as a controlling reason that his work In Boston ia till unfinished Rev Dr Alexander Episcopaldposition of bishop of Washington to succeed Bishop Satterlee American Girl Elopes In Europe Paris Miss Florence Morgan daughter of O 1 Morgan an Ameri can resident of Florence eloped from that city with an American named Craig arriving here Friday Iowa Girl Commits Suicide Oskalposa laClara Watland 15 years old committed suicide at New Sharon Friday because her mother scolded her it Is said for tardiness in returning home from school The girl took arsenic Original Topsy Passes Away Boston Mrs George C Howard 8well known at one time as an actress and the original Topsy In the dramatized form of Undo Toms Cabin died Thursday night at her home In Cambridge Veteran Mine Official Killed Calumet MichCapt William Tretheway aged 60 years was killed Thursday in an accident in the Calu met and Hecla mle by belrg hit by a skip He had been Identified with lake copper mining many ers Christian Science Dally Paper Boston The Christian Science Sen tlnel Issued Friday announces the establishment by the Christian Science Publishing society of a new dally paper to be knows u the Ckr1aU aft Science Monitor I Tif c t k t I ITRAINING FOR THE NEXT MARATHON 1 FLEET DELAYED BY STORM RAN INTO A TERRIFIC GALE NORTH OF LUZON One Man Drowned and Some Damage Done to VesselsArrival at Yo kohama Sunday TokyoTbo delay of tho Amer lean battleship fleet arriving at Yokohama was due to a tremendous storm oft the north coast of tho Island of Luzon of the Philippine group The storm began on the morning of October 12 and continued until the afternoon of October 13 One man wastdrowned and some damage resulted to tThesethe Associated Press at Tokyo by wireless telegraph from the battleship Connecticut through tho special courtesy of the Japanese government The fleet will arrive at Yokohama a nine oclock on the morning of October Tbe wireless dispatch from the Con necticut was dated 510 a m October 17 and was sent by way of Shlrnonoz ski whelcss station to this place I did not give the details of the storm encountered by the fleet but simply stated that on the morning of October 12 the fleet ran Into a terrific gale that assumed the proportions of a typhoon off the northern coast of Luzon Tremendous seas were kicked up and one man was washed overboard The dispatch did not state from what ship the man was lost There was some alight damage caused the heavy seas but nothing of a serious nature and the dispatch stated that all was well with the ships at that timeViceAdmiral Saito has received a wireless message from Rear Admiral Sperry thanking him for the extended to the fleet by wireless graph INDIAN ACCUSED OF BIGAMY White Wife Says She Has Learned He Has Red Spouse New YorkHenry Standing Bear a fullblooded Sioux Indian who Is a graduate of the Carlisle Indian school and formerly was a fullback on the Carlisle football eleVen was ar ralgned In court hero Wednesday charged with bigamy The complain ant Is Hazel M Moran of St Louis who said she was a graduate of Smith college at Northampton Mass Miss Moran alleged that she was married dies covered that Bear has a Sioux wife SBear D g next Monday One More Balloon In Sea Hull England The German balloon Plauen which left Berlin Monday In an endurance contest was picked up Wednesday night in the North se by a trawler Clinging to the bailee war the two aeronauts Hackstetter and Schrelder In an almost exhausted condition The men were brought here and Schrelder is now in an flrmary where his condition is sal to be quite serious The rescue took place about 240 miles from Spurn head Big Fire in Rock Island Rock Island nlFlre Friday night caused 500000 damage In the yards of the Rock Island Lumber Company and the Rock Islahd Sash and Door works The flames started In the southwest corner ot the yards and tanned by a southeast gale swap everything north of the river devastating an area of ten acres in two hours Twenty million feet of lumber and two sawmills were destroyed Bank Cashier Is Arrested La Grande OreJ W Scriber cashier of the Farmers Traders National bank was arrested Friday on a charge of embezzlement of the banks funds It is said the amount defalcation will reach 24000 New President for De Pauw Indianapolis IndRev Francis J WcConnell Ph D pastor of tto New York Avenue Methodist Episcopal hunch Brooklyn N Y has accepted a call to the presidency of De Pauw university Green Castle Ind Aurora Priest Found Dead Aurora Ill Rev Father Carl Schneuckle for 29 years rector of St Nicholas German Catholic church of Aurora was found dead in be Wednesday morning He was 62 years oldGives MmTtllonto a Hospital New YorkJames S Kennedy a New York banker has given 1000000 to the Presbyterian hospital of city of which he it president money is to be used in construction of buildings I ROOSEVELT GOING TO ENGLAND London Times Says He Will Lecture at Oxford LondonThe Times is Informed that President Roosevelt will England after his African trip earl In 1910 He will deliver the R manes lecture at Oxford and on th occasion of the university commemoration will receive the honorary degree of D C L which Oxford already has bestowed upon Emperor William According to the Times Roosevelt also will visit Paris and d liver an address at the Sorbonno Neither the dates nor the subjects of he lectures are yet known The Times further spates that according he o present plans Mrs Roosevelt will the president at Khartoum on the Journey northward AMERICAN FLEET AT JAPAN Witnests Naval Maneuvers Tokyo Japan Tho American bat tleshlp fleet somewhat In advance of Its schedule has been sighted by the cenvety a friendly greeting A wireless message reports that Admiral Sperry his officers and the enlisted men were wit nessing the maneuvers of the Japanese vessels off the Island of Klushu in southeastern Japan The Connecticut the flagship of Ad miral Sperry bad taken a position one o side and was witnessing the maneuvers The warships are described as all being in splendid condi tion The gunboat Yankton camp Into Yokohama harbor at ten qclock Friday mornIng GOTHAM ASKED TO PAY 39000 ColonyeNew YorkA tenpound note of the English colony of New York Issued February 16 1771 137 years ago and before the Declaration of Independence has been presented to Comptroller Metz with a request for payment He has been staggered by the figur- Ing of his experts who have informs him that if the city is obligated to redeem the note with compound Interest to date it will have to pay over something like 39000 Standard Oil Tanks Burned Baltimore MdA spectacular fire broke out shortly before three oclock Wednesday afternoon at the Canton pleat of the Standard Oil Company a short distance beyond the eastern limits of this city and It was not un der control until nearly four hours later The fire originated In the pain house where a spark set fire to oil pipes and the blaze ran along them t nearby tanks of which three were destroyed Againnfound in the home of Edward Cudahy the millionaire packer Tuesday night who made his escape out pi floedwell dressed and wore a silk hat He was in the room of Edward Cudahy Jr who was kidnaped seven years ago Noted Educator Dies Suddenly Norwich ConnThe death of Dr Daniel Colt Gilman of Baltimore for merly president of Johns Hopkins unl verslty occurred hero suddenly Tues hitnor where he was found helpless on the floor by his wife Dr Gilman wa born here July 6 1831 and burial col take place hero Grandson of Pcrry Dies New York Oscar Hazard Perry a grandson of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry hero of the battle of Lake Erie died Friday at his home In Jo ofsay City of apoplexy Ho was bor in Clarkson N Y in 1840 Tug Rams Albany Steamer New YorkOne man was drowned and 75 persons were tirorsrn into a panic Friday night when the steamer New York of the Albany Day line was rammed by the tug William H Flan nery in the North river Minister Ugarte Is Recalled Washington The recall of Dr Angel Ugarte the minister from Hon a adhehadMexico to represent his country there Dr Lazb Arriaga a brother of a former Guatemalan minister to the Uni ted States will succeed him Arrange audlenTheco te will present his letter ot recall and his successor his credentials owj C1t Jif 6 J K WRECKED HOME HE FURNISHED THEN NEBRASKA MILLIONAIRE KILLED HIS PARAMOUR After Which He Ended Bloody Work With SuicideTerrible Deed of Grain Magnate Omaha Neb Oct 19Noty my brother that something terrible Is go- Ing to happen In a few minutes telephoned Sewell Sleuman a millionaire grain dealer to his clerk just at midnight Saturday An hour later Sleuman was found lying dead across the feet of Eva Hart with whom ho was infatuated and who was also load Each had a bullet hole in the right temple an the revolver was still in SlGumans handinwas one grain men in the West Besides Ing a line of 20 grain elevators In Nebraska and Iowa ho operated a line bucket shops in a number of westc cities and towns securing beard of trade quotations despite efforts of that organization to preven t him doing so He has been flghln- the Chicago board et trade for years and the secret of his quotations has never been discovered Sleuman who was 50 years old and had a wife and family from which ho had been scpartcd several months had been living with the Hart woman t who was 24 years of age for three years Miss Hart lived with her brother in a home said to have been furnished by Sleumanw Saturdao y girles was for the evening Just before midnight Sleu man phoned his clerl J P Corn stock about the prospective trag dyIaComstock immediately notified the and an effort was made to die cover the telephone from which Sleu man had talked When this was located at Harts an emergency officer on a motorcycle was started for that place Ho arrived In halt an hour after the phone message had been received Bursting open the door the officer entered a house which appeared as though a cyclone had struck It Every piece of furniture had been broken pictures slashed the plate racks torn from the walls dishes broken brlca brae scattered on the floor carpets ripped up and cut with a knife clothing and hats torn to pieces chandeliers twisted and ruined and every conceivable damage done In the room lay Miss Hart and Sleu man dead On a tablo was a saying that Miss Hart had turned hl down and he did not care to live with out herShe is almost gone hensand I will finish the job as soon as she is dead said the note- Sleuman had evidently shot the woman and while waiting for her die had wr ckcdl tho Interior of th house after which he killed himself TYPHOID FEVER GERMS Carried By Milkmaid 18 Years Cause an Epidemic Washington Oct 19One of the most remarkable discoveries in med Ical history In connection with the source of the spread of typhoid fever has just been brought to light as the result of an investigation by officers of the public health and marine hos petal service into a recent outbreak at that disease In Georgetown or West Washington The investigation disclosed the fact that a milkmaid at a neighboring iairy who had typhoid fever 18 years ago sun throws off in her dejecta virile typhoid fever bacilli and was the responsible agent in spreading he disease With one exception this is the first considerable outbreak of typhoid in tho United States trace through milk to such a carrier Officersp IioObarles Mitchell a negro killed lle uty Sheriff Peek and Charles Argo and probably fatally wounded Deputy Sheriff Elliott The negro was wanted whitAfive hundred men with bloodhounds are chasing the negro who Is heavily armed and who swears that he will never be taken alive Schoolmistress Commits Suicide mytcryknne Carson member of a prominent and wealthy Urbana family a teacher In the Urbana public schools whose oody wits found on the premises of H H Davidson a retired farmer In the letst a x containing cartridges lay at her side tinpe Four Children Perish In Fire Altoona Pa Oct 19An overheat ad stove set fire to n dwelling at Sum mlt a mining town ten miles west of here and four children lost their lives irobablny GatheringDenver s representing practically every civil- Ized nation will gather in this city this week to attend the 35th annual convention of the Women q Christian TemperanCE union Name on Convict List Auburn N Y OcL 19 Through the publication of a list of convicts TO celved at Auburn State prison since last January It Is alleged that George A HImmel formerly cashier of the Cithey Killed By Passenger Train Chester Oct 19John Hall 19 at Lawrence Mass was killed andI John Rowe 21 of Somerville Mass was badly injured by being struck bra passenger train on the Iron Mount tin railway j r y J JLKentucky Gleanings I Important News Gathered From All Parts IMoat of the State LOOPHOLE FOUND Through Which Money Lenders Can Evade Paying Taxes Frankfort KyBy falsely stating tho county of his residence a money lender In Kentucky can loan 1000000- on mortgages and not pay a cent of taxes This fact Is made known by County Assessor Hawkins who has been requested to look up the residence fodonscounty g their residence as Franklin couu n1y Under the law there Is a pro vision that where a man lives In one county and loans money on mortgages dutyra0gage Is recorded to certify to all such mortgages and the amount of each to oSf WITHIN FOUR HOURS OfAfterAgain Displeasing the Court Williams town KyEd Beverly of this county was divorced from his first wife at 3 oclock in the afternoon and at 7 oclock the same evening was married to Mrs Pearl Franks a idow Beverlys haste In remarrying reach cd the cars of Judge Cammack wh made inquiry In reference to the dl vorce case he having presided In the trial He called the grand Jury before him and Instructed it to investigate and It it found that an offense against the law had been committed to indict tho guilty parties It obeyed Instructions and returned an indictment against Beverly charg- Ing him with subornation ot perjury May They Vote Is Question Raised Henderson KyThe question has been raised hero whether Gov Wlllson will permit the soldiers in the Third Kentucky regiment and especially some 25 or 30 of the Henderson com pony who are democratic voters to return home to vote Information has been received here that It is doubtful if they will bo permuted to come artfects other counties in this section as well as Henderson Campaign Chairman Ben Johnson has been notified of the matter Covingtonm of pharmacy met here and elected officers for the ensuing yearns follows President James O Cook of Hopkins ville secretary J W Gayle of Frank tort treasurer J E Cooper of Lex- Ington The next meeting will be held Januarey n Held on Suspicion Frankfort Ky While selling spectacles here without a license John Krnin of Jeffersonville was arrested and Is being held on suspicion of be- Ing wanted for murder In Jefferson ville The negro with him who Is ae cooed of being an accomplice in the murder saw the arrest and escaped Will Prosecute Unclean Dalrymen Newport Ky County Judge Matt Moore received the report of the state board of health on Campbell county dairies Dr Wyman state veterlna a rlan read the report which shows that but few of the dairymen comply with the law Prosecutions will be begun soon against the offenders A Sweeping Blaze London KyThe Jackson Opera House Kehr Bros drugstore Ebe r lein Cos general store RIneharts ads were burned here In a fire which de htroyed the Jackson block Loss 50 000 partly Insured Appointedp appointed W L Gordon of Madlsonville as special judge of the Logan circuit court and Sam Holmes of Carlisle especial judge of the Harlan circuit court The regular judges were disqualified because of interest in cases Distillery To Resume Lexington KyIt is announced that the James E Pepper Distillery Co controlled by Joseph Wolf of Chicago will resume operations at Its plant In this city December 1 No whisky has been distilled at this plant for two years Factory To Resume Frankfort KyFires have been started in the furnaces of the glass factory and 350 men will be put to work In the plant this year At present 70 men will bo linen employment when the factory will begin operation aftfir a cessation of several months Last of the Feudists Lexington KyJ S Jarvis the last surviving member of his tamil y in the famous KendallJarvis feud of Scott county was found dead in a stable on his farm near Georgetown supposed to be duo to apoplexy First Daily Paper Frankfort Ky Although Frankfort Is one of the oldest elites 1n Kentuck Its first dally has just made its appearance The State Journal will make its appearance seven days in the week New Hotel For Franklin Franklin KyThe Bolsseau hotel which has been In litigation before the Kentucky court of appeals was sold by its owners to the agents of parties of Paris Ky who will tear down the old building and erect a modern 20 000 hotel on the site Prominent Physician Dies Russellvllle KyDr J P Herring died suddenly at Oakvllle He was ono of the most prominent physicians and farmers In Logan county The burial took place at Red Oak church c r BURNS WERE FATAL Daughter of Dairyman Meets a Tens rlble Fate 3 Covington KyMiss Minnie Steen ken 17 daughter of Herman Steen f ken a dairyman on the Highland pike three miles from here received burns which caused her death Shortly after breakfast she went into the kitchen to heat some water r her mother who Is confined to bed with blood poisoning In placing the kettle upon the cook stove a draught caused her apron to come in contact with the flames Rushing from the kitchen she ran screamingt for help and her body surrounded by a mass of fire At the stable some b farm hands seized the girl and tore the burning clothes from her A physician was summoned at once and an examination disclosed that the burns received are of a nature almost necessarily fatal The portions of the bory worst affected are the breast arms and hands Her hair was completely burned Herman Steenken the father of the girl Is one of the best known men In Kenton county FARM HAND Is Found Dead Hanging to a Rafter In a Barn oCovington Ky Thomas Wasson aged 40 farmer and employed by o ffa ratter Wasson arose early in the morning to attend the stock on rhorplace and falling to appear for break fast W B Beemon was sent to look for him As Beemon entered the barnIhe was confronted with the body ot Wasson dangling from a rafter HetlImmediately cut down the man who still had some life in him and notlJed others on the place By the time they arrived all signs of life had disappeared Wasson was jovial on retiring the night before and spoke of the big days work he was going to do He iwas single Coroner Murat will holl1f K an Inquest Rivals Cut Each Other Henderson Ky Nealey Jackson t was seriously stabbed He was a sweetheart of Miss Annie HughesfShe came home with Harrison Gam mon another suitor Jackson was waiting and seeing her In company r with a rival he rushed at her and stabbed Sties Hughes in the left breast Gammon protected the young lady and stabbed and cut Jackson In a hundred places Gammon received several cutsrOverexertion Caused Apoplexy Louisville Ky bverexertiondevel i oped sudden apoplexy and Frank Wil lams 22 died of a first stroke H was an employe of the Menegel Box Co and he worked hard all dayU rer supper a fire broke out In stables near his home and he worked for sumo hours rescuing the horses When he returned home he complained ot feeling ill and hlsbrldeotafew weeks found him dying beside her r Population IncrcafngrFrankfort KyThe population of Frankfort is increasing just twice as many by birth as It is decreasing by death The report for the last three months made by Dr R M Coblln city health ofllcer are 39 births and 17 deaths Of the births 22 were girls and 17 boys r University Officials Before Grand Jury Lexington KyPresident JK Pat terson Prot F Paul Anderson and five students all of the State unlver slty were summoned before the Faylette county grand Jury concerning appearance of W E Smith the ctrl dent who disappeared mysteriously a month ago School Buildings In Ashes Owingsvllle KyA rePort from Menlfee county is that three buildings used for school purposes have been burned within thelast 30 days atJIar f k iba The main schoolhouse was firstttburned then two other buildings were rented for school purposes and both were burned Embezzlement Charged Covington Ky William Closs oC Bellevue Ky aged 24 a collector em ployed by the Peebles Grocery Co was arrested by patrolman Mahan on a warrant charging him with the em bezzfement of 550 Close has beenremployed by the company for several IJl r years G Consul Rldgely Laid To Rest ILouisville KyThe funeral serve ices over the body of Benjamin Lv Rldgely consul general to Mexico who i Idied suddenly at Monterey Mexl IIfwere held here Rev J G Mlnnlge rode officiating Interment was at tlCave Hill cemetery l Vast Kentucky Tract Is Ablaze i Louisville KyA spark from ar train ignited a hay rack A fivemile area ot grass and woods Is burning 1n i tlfireyasection of the state and some of the farmers of the adjoining county ot toi 1asCovington Ky Neighbors of Con i rad Shadier of Nicholson Ky near here prevented fire from licking un all of the property on his farm His home and contents were almost de stroyed Loss 3500 with little Insure ance Rev McDonald Died In Plttsburg Louisville Ky Reports were era celved here ot the death in Plttsburg of typhoid fever of Rev Dr Donald McDonald He left here September J to go to his new field in the Pennsyl vania city iJ Yo jj tJy 11l kiin 1 0 4uia4lsM i f lief a 3t J 11h 1 J 2QZFflr41cv27 tiIt Jrtnnr JtrtntvC flJVr hUISYNOPSISI14 ilGiles Dudley arrived In San Francisco his friend and distant relative i Henry Wilton lie was to assist In an Important and mysterious UwU ct tad who accompanied Dudley on theoterry boat trip Into the city The k markable resemblance ot the two men noted and commented on by pasentrers on the n thushppostpones nn of the atrange errand Dudley Is to per torn but cause him to 4 t meaningDudleyI there finds the dead body of his friend A Henry AVilton And thus Wilton dies without ever explaining to Dudley tho puzzling work he was to In San Francisco In order to discover the llOa net mission his friend had entrusted to him Dudley continues his disguise and permits himself to be known as HenrYsHe learns that there Is fwhom ho Is charged with secreting and protecting Dudley mistaken for Wil J by Knapp to assist In a stock brokerage deal Giles Dudley ends himself closeted In a room with- Mother Borton who makes a confidanta of him He can learn nothing about the mysterious boy further than that it Is rim Terrlll and who are fcfter him DarbrMeeker home of Knapp and U stricken by the beauty of his daughter Slumming tour through Chinatown Is planned The trip t to Chinatown Giles Dudley learns that TarrillbI the rut of the party and imprison 1 Id In a hallway behind an Ironbound floor Thr e Chinese ruffians approach the t iI npriioned couple A battle ensues One knocked down Giles begins tiring Tim formC I revolver Policeman ConDo breaks down IlI the door with an ax and the couple is rescued Luella thanks Giles Dudley forI kavlag her life Knapp appears at tho Dfflce with no traces of the previous nights debauch Following his InstrucS lions Dudley has a notable day in the t Stock Exchange setting Crown Diamond and buying Omega the object being to crush Decker hated rival Dudley Knappetheyve discovered where the boy is e mysterious unknown woman employer of Dudley meets him by appointment with the boy who Is turned over to I Dudley with guards and they drive f with him to the ferry boat to take a train cityCXXIIContInuedCThe train had not gathered headway before a man bent beside me and tAbrams voice spoke softly in my ear CThero are two of em aboard S kaYes1 Where did you find them I asked In the stoke hole I hid behind a ntrench Ull every ono had gone and saw kein crawl out They bribed a fireman k deckhand or some one to keep em imder cover They got off tho boat 4 at the iast minute and I sneaked after em And theyre on the train YeSthree cars backnext to the I Weepers Shall we chuck em over c taara as soon as we get out of Oak iaadr I 1 N6t unless we are attacked Ire 1 CTtBrned Just sit down by tHe rear comeioclock without further incident than a report from Abrams that the spies SQf the enemy got off the train at every station and watched for our landing r Yet when we stood on the platform of the bare little station at Livermore Sand saw the yellow cars crawling away on their eastward Journey we looked in vain for the men who had tracked us Tooled bythunder said Fitzhugh wlthalaugh in which the others Joined Theyre oft for Sacramento moneyIThe gray day had become grayer and the wind blew fresh in our faces with the smell of rain heavy upon it as we lI ghtthe hotel It was a 4 bare country place yet the trees grew 1by the hotel and there were vines f cUmbfngabout its side and it looked as though we might be comfortable for a day should be have to stay there iL so loag Pleat of room said the landlord 4 rubbing his hands I We wtuoa large rooD you know ddm where we can be together I said and sleeping rooms adjoining CHeresJust the place for ousald the landlord taking the way to the end s1 openiI parlor but lean let you have itTheres this large bedroom opening off itthe corner bedroom sir and this I5E Email one here at this side opens into I the parlor and the halL Perhaps you would like this other toor This is enough for our comfort I pW assured him I y Therell be a fire here in a minute T lLaai the landlord regarding the miser J able little stove with an eye of sails e f faction that I attributed to its eco J uomlcal proportions I A This is good enough said Lock hart looking about approvingly at the prim horsehair furniture that gave parlorIhaveeyour un you can the first man says boo Dont get that Idea Into your head 0 Isaul LJust be really for anything 3 4 m y thaf comes Were not out of the woods yet by a long way SacramentoAnodded In sympathy t 1I Ii14eedIeld How many of 1 I 4iy j could have missed seeing a party j r nine get off at a waystation on thisA user Ft There was slleace t 1 flU theres Anyone here who thinks 1 tt Ill would harem led us when he was f oet to look for us just let him speak naturedSFltzthigbe4MExactly And theyre not oft for 14 Sacramento and not far from Liver fla iiKre i Well taeyre only twot said Lock j 0 ri t j tf 1 t i c e S I q f 91 I t 1f f I rnu noRLkctYf How long will it take to get a dozen more up hero I asked Theres a train to Niles about noon said one of tho men They ould get over from there in an hour r two more by hard riding Tho Los Angeles train comes through about dark said another- I think gentlemen said I politely that wed best look out for our defenses Theros likely to be a stromy evening I should Judge Well growled Wainwright we can look out for ourselves as well as the next fellow If theres bloody crowns going round the other gang will get its said Fitzhugh And tho men about me nodded I was cheered to see that they need ed nobody to do their fighting however advisable it mlgut bo to do their thinking by deputy Very good I said Now Ill Just look about the town a bit You may come with me If you please Fits hughYes sir And Abrams and Lockhart may go scouting If they like Abrams and Lockhart thought they would like- Better keep together I continued ET Whats the earliest time any one could get here Two oclockIf they drove over Ill be around hero by that time You Abrams can look out for the road and see who tomes into town AU right sir said Abrams There wont anybody get in here without I catch sight of him Lockhart nodded his assent to the boast and after cautioning the men who were left behind we sallied forth The town was a straggling not un pleasing country place The business street was depressing with its stores closed and its saloons open In the residence streets I was better pleased Man had done little but nature was prodigal to make up for his omissions The buildings were poor and flimsy but in the middle of December the flowers bloomed vines were green bushes sent forth their leaves and the beauty of the scene even under the leaden skies and rising gale made It a delight to the eye Not much of a place said Fitz hugh looking at the build Heros Dick Thatcher How are you Dick Its a year of Sundays that I havent seen you friend of mine Thatcher you neednt mention that youve seen us We neednt be strangers to Mr Thatcher I laughed My name is Wilton Of courso you wont mention our business Oh no Mr Wilton said Thatcher Impressed and shifting the quid of tobacco in his lantern Jaws Of course not And you neednt say anything of our being here at all I continued It might spoil the trade Mums the word said Thatcher Ill not let a soul know till you say Let er go 0 Lord I hope the trade goes through We want a lot more capital here Mr Thatcher began to scratch his head and to expectorate tobacco Juice copiously and I suspected he was wondering what the secret might be that he was not to betray So I made haste to say Is this stable yours Yes sir said Thatcher eagerly Ive been running it nigh on two years ndw Pretty good business eh Dick said Fitzhugh looking critically about Nothln to brag on said Thatcher You dont make a fortune running a livery stable In these parts times are too hard t iI fs b f And then Mr Thatcher unbent and between periods ot vigorous mastication at his cud Introduced us to his horses and eagerly explained the advantages that his stable tVerysomething In your line later Wo can supposeOsleep hero nights But If you want to tauo a look at the property bcforo It gets a wetting youll have to bo pretty spryMy suggestion of a trado had misled tho worthy stableman into tho Impression that I was the purchase of real estate Ill see about It I said Theres a big rain coming on sure ho said warningly as we turned back to the hotel It was a little after 1 oclock but as wo approached our quarters Lockhart camo running toward me What Is it I asked as ho panted out of breath Theres n special train Just come In ho said an engine and ono car Its at the station now SoZ Did any of our friends come on Itl Abrams has gono down to find out- Come along then said L Well see what Is to bo XXIII A Piece of Strategy- A few Idlers were on the platform of the station as wo approached with much apparent unconcern our hands in our overcoat pockets where the weapons lay- Wheres tho train I asked look ing at the bare track Yonder grunted a native point ing his thumb lazily up the road where the engine lay by the watering tank slaking its thirst Well Just let me and Lockhart walk ahead said Fitzhugh gruffly as 4 EAIE 7JYO OF disdainfully IngsHello Th- isIsera disparagingly possessedI considering SQe- nCHAPTER we started along the track I shouldnt have the first idea what we was here for if you was to be knocked overFitzhugh could not be much more in the dark on this point than I but I let him have his way If some one was to be shot I was ready to resign my claim to the distinction in favor of the first comer There were perhaps a score of people about the car Theres Abrams said Lockhart Theres no danger then said Fitz hugh with a grin See hes beckon- Ing to us We hastened forward eagerly WOULD NOT BE HURRIED Rudely Aroused Oriental Made an Indignant ratlltIendeavjorsoriental against Its wish soon comes to a halt That was the experience of ofJapanhave a date and cant wait here all day she said to the boss rlkman at fierydragon noddernotknowhustleIfshow you the difference Veil you vas almos1 mad he Insisted You SIlYNoCompanIon ExtortionEvento brigandinought to take note At Strasburg deposItory daysagotwo members of a wealthy family named Berle The police have been quite unable to obtain any clue but the family were called up by tele noUftedthatcost them t5000London Globe 1 4 fij What is it I asked Theres no one here said Abraaus with a puzzled look I went forward to the cnglno The ungtnccr was as closemouthed as- hough words were going at a dollar piece and tho market bounding up ward When I tried to question tho fireman tho engineer recovered his tongue and had so many orders to be attended to that my words wore lost In a rattle of coal and clang of Iron And the engine having drunk its fill changed Its labored breathing to a hissing and swishing of steam that sent tho hot vapor far on both sides and then gathering speed puffed Its swift way back tho road by which it had come leaving tho car deserted on a siding Heros a go cried Fitzhugh A regular puzzler Tho first thing Is to to visit tho telegraph offlco at once said I Tire operator was Just locking his llttlo room In tho station as wo came up No sir no telegrams ho said none for anybody That Is a now way of running trains I said with a show of Indif ference nodding toward tire empty car Oh there was a party camo up said tho agent a dozen fellows or more Bill said they took a fancy to get off a mile or moro down here and as they were an ugly looking crew he didnt say anything to stop them I dont see what they can bo doing up in this part of the country I returned Innocently I guess they know their business anyway Its none of mine said the agent Do you go in here sir Well it will save you from a wetting We had been walking toward the hotel and the chatty agent left us under Its veranda Just as the light drops began to patter down In the dust of the road and to dim the outlines of tho distant hUls The homo guard of our party re ceived the news calmly Wainwright had established a modus Vivendi with his young charge and I saw that ho managed to get a word out of him now and then I had to abandon the theory that the boy was dumb but I suspected that It was fear rather than discretion that bird led his tongue gotIntoTheyll have wet Jackets If they are on the road I returned looking at the rain outside Hadnt we better find out in quired Wainwright Are you in a hurry I asked in turn The landlord has promised to send up a good dinner in a tow min uesBut you sce Yes I see I Interrupted 1 seo thisthat they are here that there aro a dozen or more of them and that they are ready for any deviltry What more can we find out by roaming over countryWainwright nodded his agreement with me And then I coutluuedthey wont try to do anything until after dark not before the middle of the night I should sayor until the townspeople have gone to bed Youre right sir said Abrams A dark night and a clear field suits that gang best Well heros tho dinner said I so you can make yourselves easy Porter you may keep an eye on the stairway and Brown may watch from the windows The rest of us will fall to In the midst of tho meal Porter came In- Darby Mockers in tho office low he announced Very good I said Just take Fitzhugh and Wilson with you and aslMr Meeker to Join us The men looked blank Porter Will the first to speak You dont mean I mean to bring him up here I said blandly rising from tho tabla I suppose though Its my place as host to do tho honors Nono came in chorus from th5 men Come on Porter Fitzhugh Wil son I said and then added sharply sit down the rest of you We don need a regiment to ask a man to din nerTho others sank back into theU seats and the three I had named foV lowed me meekly down tho hall an stairs TO DE CONTINUED WITH THE BBAND OF CAIN French Scientist Advocates the Mark- Ing of Murderers A French scientist has made a remarkable proposal In regard to the Fralcetielotinlng nor life imprisonment Is an adequate or suitable punishment foi murder Tho guillotine ho points out inflicts absolutely no suffering on the criminal who is probably a man wli has passed his life in inflicting suffer ing oh others As to life Imprisonment it entails a heavy expenso to the country and generally reduces the suggestthereforebranded on the face with a redhol brandinghethe M signifying meurtrler the French word for murderer beth stamped as an ineradicable mark 01 the forehead of the criminal He would thus bear about to the end of his day the mark of his crime and be a on slant warning to his kind Watching the Kids A sign displayed in front of a New York department store Is the delight of mothers and Incidentally the inno thI5 stores counters The store employs fatherlylooking man to stand outside and watch the young hopefuls while the mothers wage battle with each other in front of the counters The schen v has proved great success L i 1rr ktSV hjWi tt ELEPHANTS TRAINED TO WORK Experiment Declared to Have Been Attended with Success African elephants hitherto regarded as valuable only for their Ivory are now being domesticated at Api In the Kongo A small herd of young elephants has been kept in captivity there for several years and finally after ivuch effort In training them sat isfactory results have been obtained Already the oldest members of tho elephant farm do the porterage and traction work of the station They carry drivers on their backs and pack saddles with loads Some draw wag onettes and others are trained to draw tho plow Nono of tho animals Is more than seven years old and since the In than elephants are most efficient at the adult age 15 years It Is believed even better results may be looked for Mor tnllty among the elephants newly cap tured has been great and as yet it has not been possible to attempt to breed them In captivity but experi ence is solving the problems of domes tication the deaths are now few and fresh recruits are being constantly added Eventually it Is expected ele phant caravans will be established Success In tho undertaking means a great deal for the future of the try Despite railroads and count lines the Kongo will always be a country of forests and of savannas In tersected wtlh swamps for the travers- Ing of which elephants may prove Indispensable In the region of vast plains cut by rivers and swamp streams of the Ucla district the ele phants thrive They live especially In the marshy regions feeding on tho grass of the plains In the early morn- Ing and returning to the shelter ot nearby forests when tire suns rays grow warm Rarely ore the solitary rogue elephants met In the Kongo The African species are found gen emily In families of three to six indi ithatShunning man and rur a rule fleeing at his approach the African elephant when attacked often shows fight and Is dangerous prey Kongo specimens have very large ears that even stretch back beyond the neck and cover part of the flank Jn color tilt Kongo elephants are of a grayish blue almost slatelike tint No one hw ever reported seeing specimens of the sacred white elephant of India there In size Kongo elephants have been killed more than 14 feet high at the withers and reckoned at more than eight tons In weight Tusks obtained are sometimes more than 200 pound In weight and C4 feet in length The Underlying Principle My friend Judge Kohlsaat raid a Cleveland lawyer must be credited with numerous splendid and entirely successful efforts to lighten the tedium of commonplace trials During the early days of his career there was tried before him a case of assault wherein It was held that the plaintiff had Uleu knocked down by the defendant and severely ban- dIed while he the plaintiff was pros trate One of the witnesses was re luctant to answer the questions put to him and in this the court uphold him May it please your honor expos tulated counsel for the plaintiff it would not appear that the court has taken into consideration the underly- Ing principle in this case It seems to the court responded his honor with gravity that the underlying principal in this case is your client Women Would Vote on Bond Issue Tho Womans Civic league of Atlan ta has passed a resolution asking tin city council to allow women to vote on a proposed bond issue of 1500000 The league points out that Atlanta has many women property holders who have the good of their city at heart that in many instances their property is the result of their own efforts and that If women know how to make money and how to take care of It they certainly should have the right to say for what purpose and by whom their taxes should be expended Sparrow as a Scngster It Is a curious fact that though the housesparrow does not naturally sing yet handreared housesparrows have been made by association with bull finches to acquire the song of birda truly astonishing Instance of hidden or latent capacity Cannot Fool Conscience A man kin aHus fix up arguments to quiet his conscience said Uncle Eben but tain no use No matter how much you turns do clock back sundown gwlnter come Jes do same MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Oct 17 50CALVESExtraHOGS Choice 5 90 6 00 SHEEPExtra 3 65 3 75 75FLOUR01CORNNo2 51RYENo2 MBUTTEREGOS 1er doz 23 00POTATOESPerTOBACCO Burley 8 50 18 00 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red S7V 9- 9CORNNo2 mixed 78Vi 78w 49PORK 4 LARDPrime GJ910- FLOUflWi HEW YORK patent 4 25 4 40 07CORN53PORKLARDSteam 10 70 10 80 OHTIMOBK 021sCORNNo2OATSNo 2 mixed i 53 LOUISVIIXC WHEAT No 2 red 1 02 8434OATSNoHAY Cb timothy 12 00 12 00LARDIHDIAKAPOUS 700HOGSSHEEP Extra 4 00 4 26 Ii 1I i4S tc k f t J i JTh iri fiip ROUND THE CAPITAL Information and Picked Up HereIand There In Washington JJ 1 JI No New Furnishings in the White HouseI WASHINGTONIave sympathy TI for Mrs Roosevelt wife of the president She of all beloved wives In the land whose husbands have an Income more than sufficient to afford a bare living Is most to be pitied Every other such wife in the land has added something to the house since returning from her summer spent away from home There is probably not another woman in the land who has not added at least ono piece of furniture had a room papered bought new curtains for at least one room added a rug to the childrens bedroom or has done something of that kind Dut Mrs Roosevelt has no addition to boast of- When she got back to the White House not long ago she found everything Just as it was when she went away Some painting had been done Inside and out but that is altlvfclt might just as well not have been done because the new paint is Just by New t mere man rules the furnitureMAN the arrangement of things In the White House In this Instance the mere man Is Col Charles S Bromwell He Is a young engineer so youthful in appearance that tho silver eagle on his shoulder straps Indicating the rank of colonel certainly looks like a stray bird Ho Is a colonel only while he Is in charge of the White House Being an engineer It would be Im possible for Bromwell to have the Japanese vases In the wide entrance hall of the White House set more than a sixteenth of an Inch out of line It would also be impossible for him to have a mirror hung at an angle never before known In the White House Congress in falling to provide for any new furniture or anything else new this year remembered that It is the custom when there is a new first lady of the land In too White House for all tho authorities to bow low and thingsIun leasing blue of the blue room to replace he delicate baby blue brocade to L Is war among the washers of American statesmens shirts and collars and cuffs Alleging that a combination has been formed among the local laundry concerns of Washing ton the purpose of which Is to drive out of business all competing estab lishments in violation of the Sherman antitrust act the Model Laundry Com pany of this city through attorney has filed a request In the form of an Injunction In the supreme court of the district praying the court to restrain the association the Laundrymen exchange from interfering with Its business Eleven other laundries of the city are named as defendants It Is asked that the injunction be undo permanent The alleges that in the lefendonts efforts to ruin the busl in coal mines of the during the last cal endar year resulted in the death of 3125 men and injury to 6314 more according to statistics made public by the geological survey The death record among the coal miners during the year was greater 1033 than in 1906 and is said to have been the worst year in the his tory of the coalmining Industry The figures do not represent the full extent of the disasters as reports were not received from some states having no mine Inspectors West Virginia reported the heaviest death rate In 1907 1235 per 1000 em ployes and this state also showed the lowest production ftfr each life lost 65969 tons New Mexico stood next on the list with a death rate of 1145 and a production of 77322 tons for each life lost Alabama was third with a death rate of 72 per 1000 and a production of 92535 tons for each life lost Missouri had tho lowest death rate heading the roll of honor with 93 and 499742 tons of coal mined for och life lost Statistics to not bear out the popular Idea tht most mine disasters re suit from explosions Of the total number reported during the last year J47 deaths and 343 injuries resulted from U and dust explosions and 201 deaths and 416 injuries were caused by powder explosions The chief cause of death among tile miners the report explains was l f titerwill still be cream or buff at the time 1 when she gives it up to Mrs WIllIamton March 4 1909 Now wouldnt it get on your careful to know that youjcould not do anything to change the r look of things that you couldnt move 4 the chiffonier over Into another cor ner or get rid of the curtain In the t diningroom that looked so good when I It first came to your view but now has grown almost hideous But that is Mrs Roosevelts fix pre rcIndy Congress last winter did not rmake any allowance for new furniture carpets rugs or hangings of any kind t The allowance was merely for mainteInance That of course covers any repairs that may be needed to furniture hangings or draperies but It does not permit the Introduction of new things t Every vase every chair every side table and every picture Is in exactly j the place It occupied when Mrs Roose 1 1throwFlorentine mirror hangs at the very angle it described when the family r went to Oyster flay Changes Likely Coming Mistress FORfr on the walls of that apartment during r the McKinley She also t selected furniture less ornate than the Louis XVI of the McKinley regime Col Bromwell in submitting his es timate this year for the probable of maintenance and renewals at the White House during the fiscal year ending June 30 1910 set the figure at 50000 or 15000 more than the cur rent fiscal That means that 15000 will be At the dtsposal of the new mistress next summer Inasmuch as the appropria I tion bills for tho year beginning on July 1 must all be passed before March 4 a mere nod from the new first lady of the land if she has any particular Idea of how things should be done will be sufficient to get more money for her even If her husband has not been Inducted into office With 15000 to start with the new first lady will be able to get new i dishes if she does not like the kind used by the Roosevelt family and probably have tim wall coverings in several of the rooms changed In a 1 pinch it might be made to cover the cost of a few bits of furniture to take trtbo place of the ugly stuff In the east room ft During the first year of a new fanv1 ily in the White House the cost of t j 1 j new furniture and maintenance runst i up to about 1000 a week Capital Laundry War Is Court it THERE its Washington additionally complainant by housekeeper administration costS ftheystances have succeeded in employing io drivers of the Model Laundry Com Ijhavewould be boycotted in the future by members of the exchange If they con f 4plalnantFor many months the laundries ot the national capital have attracted tho attention of the official element in tho city Dinners seven nights awee1tihave made a great demand on Immac ulate dress shirts not to speak of tho t other accessories of a statesmans wardrobe Last winter a Pennsyl vania congressman Introduced a bill making It a penal offense or some thing of that kind to tear shirts etc in the wash This is the flst time the laundrymen have sought the tame of the railroads and the Standard OU Company ik joining the trust magnate class t The Chinese washywashees art watching the affair with smiling coun tenancesS t Many Disasters in Coal Mining Industry J J ACCIDENTS yearS Taken due to the falling of mine roofs and lcoal Such disasters caused 1122 deaths and 2141 injuries E W Parker chief statistician ol r the survey asserts that much benefit will result from the action of congress in appropriating 150000 to investi t gate mine disasters Ho says one of L the greatest needs of the coalmining Industry is the enforcement of mili tminesMrs William Jennings Bryan was tho only child of John Baird of t ScotchIrish ancestry a man of tIne I literary tastes and devout religious temperament On the maternal side Mrs Bryan comes of English stock Her mothers father was Col Dailus t Dexter of Janestown N Y Mother i f of three children and grandmother of two at the ago of 47 Mrs Bryan Is il still confidante and helppr of her hus t band though no longer the girlish figcure that accompanied her husband on his whirlwind cam L paign of 1896t i In a Hurry Excited GentIs that feller in what t wrote that article about Jed Smith Editor I believe notno I know t he isnt bo just stepped out to get JV rot his revolver loaded and get the nlcki ground out of his knife take a seat r he wont be gone long Excited Gent No Im in a hurry I may drop in laterToledo Blade 11 European Women ArchitectfMme Mlchaells an architect is now tIconstructing what will be when fin ished k the largest building in Mar V sellles Great Britain has at least one ffamous woman architect Miss Ellsa i both McClelland ft 5 I t F r jY ir trpt r j OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK PURLISHED WEEKLY OWINGSVILLE KY Entered according to Act of Congress at the Owingsville1 Ky Postoffice as secondclass matter THE OUTLOOKS subscription rates are as follows One year One Dollar Six months Sixty Cents Three months Thirtyfive Cents No commissions allowed any body on subscriptions Subscribers desiring a change r of address should give previous address when writing Correspondents should always get their items to us not later than Monday if possible when r out of stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper News matter of general inter cst welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in t 3 serted Advertisers wishing a change or discontinuance of ad should= inform us the week previous to r Z dayAddress to JOHN W HONAKEK Owingsville 4Kyh ouY OCT 22 1908c 1THURSPA == =EMENTS yeare authorized to announce Young as a candidate reelection as Circuit Judge I Jorthe Twentyfirst Judicial dis x subject to the action of the iPemocratic party 1 I 4 We arc authorized to announce 1 Alexander Conner a candidate for reelection for Comnonwealths- t Attorney of the 21st Judicial dis x ltrict subject to the action o f Democratic party We are authorized to announce W B White as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney in the 4 Twentyfirst Judicial district sub t ject to the action ofthe Democrat ic party are authorized to announce lWe B Hawkins as candidate p of Schools of Bath county subject to the ac paltYrIiSiI We are authorized to announce Miss Pickett Metcalfe as acandi date for Superintendent of 4 Schools of Bath county subject ttrtoparty the action of the Democratic We are authorized to announce li Leonard Cassity as a candidate for Superintendent of Public Schools of Bath County subject to the J action of the Democratic party w announcefperintendent of Schools of Bath county subject to the action of the Democratic party r We are authorized to announce Miss Carrie Nixon as a candidate forSuperintendent of Schools of r Bath county subject to the ac a tion of the Democratic party announceMJohn W Dawson a candidate for Clerk of the Bath Circuit Court Vsubject to the action of the Dem p ocratic party We are authorized to announce i J J Mark as a candidate for County Judge of Bath County subject to the action of the Dem partyl if We are authorized to announce 11Alfred N Crooks as a candidate Judge of Bath sub Sed ject to the of the Demo H cratic party it We are authorized to announcer Leslie Shrout as a candidate for reelection as County Clerk of Bath subject to the action of the j Democratic party 1 We are authorized to announce Wm D of South S her t burpa candidate for Sheriff of subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party r Wm C Johnson of Sharpsburg LickliiWeare authorized to announce Botts as a candidiate for cduntysubjectso t party Cole Barnes of Preston JjP will be his deputy if elected a announceYI as a + i1 date for Jailer of Bath county Demyti We are authorized to announce candidatett r to i partyri A4 1I We are authorized to announce i t tRobt Duff as a candidate for y1r J Jailer of Bath County subject tot iif the action of the Democratic par lty0 fosl yttyfl r Sj f V TifA df4tJ r rs ta4ID1 tv 1r 1 ICf I tL+ I oM J t f t 1 We are authorized to announce James G McCarty as a candidate for Jailer of Bath county sub ject to the action of the Demo cratic 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 did ate for 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 t the action of the Democratic party If nominated and elected Walters Hendrix of South Sher- borne and Thos J Crouch o Preston will be associated with Mr Jones in the discharge of the duties of the office We are authorized to announc- Bigc Wells a candidate for Assessor of Bath county subject to the action of the Democratic par ty If elected Elijah Tenill of Sharpsburg and It D Bailey of Forge Hill will be my deputies We arc authorized to announc- Robert T Myers as a candidate for Magistrate in District No5 Preston subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announc- Joseph Williams as a candidate for Magistrate in District No Preston subject to the of the Democratic party II 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- CORRESPONDENCE Correspondents MUST get their items to us Monday if they expect them to be printed And please remember that visits be tween neighbors are not news Forge Hill Mrs Ed Rice and baby daugh ter spent the past week with her sister Mrs Tom Rawlings near Bald Eagle Robert J Moore and family after spending the summer with his parents here left Friday for their home in San Antonia Tex Mrs Alex Conner and Mrs W S Gudgell of Owingsville were calling in this neighborhood Fri day We cannot afford to make men tion of the candidates passsing around they are too numerous i Grange City Mrs L G Rigdon is some what better Mrs Emily Bradley has moved in with her father R L Havens Cleve Rice who had a broken leg and was thought to be doing well had a backset and has been very poorly Misses Maude and Eva Kissick have returned home from a visit to OhioEarl Crain and Miss Mae Vice of Okla visited Miss Fannye Col liver Saturday and Sunday Mrs Aaron Cooper has been attending the bedside o f h e mother Mrs L G Rigdon Bud Colliver and Marion Story went Saturday to Maysville to hear Bradley speak Upper Flat Creek J W Glover of Ashland visited his parents here last week John Lathram returned to hi home in Franklin county las week after a visit of several weeks to his sister Mrs J M DoyleMrs Susan Clark and son Cleve land of Nicholas county are vis iting A G V Cook Mrs Jane Murray of East St Louis and Mrs W C Glover visited the latters daughter Mrs Mike Howard on Grassy fro Friday till Sunday Corn cutting and wheat sow ing is the order of the day George P McDonald and wife of Mt Sterling were guests o W C Glover and family Tuesday The two weeks meeting con ducted by Elders Parkerand Cas sity at Fassetts schoolhouse e closed Friday evening with for tyfive additions- J H Carter sold to Wm Steele six 125pound shoats at 5c The drouth continues in this section Both stock and drink ing water is very scarce An occasional failure doesntt discourage a hustler J11 l rtu 1 i 1n r5yt Stopstono Mrs J E Cannichacl is bettor Elder Wilhoit preached here Saturday night and Sunday Schooler Barber of Vinches ter was here Saturday night and Sunday IAse and Roscoe Charmichacl hand Will Rankin of Bourbon county are visiting lure OdessaspentSunday Hoffman who has been IDro ing school at Morchead re home Friday Dan Blevins has a lot of hands on the Stepstone pike atcSSato VVlleYI proIIIvisited their daughter Mrs Sor FridavlMisses Elva and Mary Hannah Coyle of Prickly Ash and Ollie theely Sunday Robert Coyles house is near ly completed It is a very pret ty house and will add very much to the appearance of this place iseJohn K Jones and family hasIscarlet Toyea son 5BethelJ W Hawkins and wife Mrs Sanford Ramey and Mrs Robt Whaley went to Carlisle shopping Tuesday Joe Whaley and daughter Jennie went to Lexington Tuesday R T Kirkland and wife of Moorefield were here Tuesday Charles Wilson Jr sold to Missouri parties a King gelding for 340 A R Robertson sold to Newt yearlingS P Baird and wife came up Tuesday to visit their daughter Mrs Cy Arrasmith and son W P Baird T S Robertson was in Lex ington Saturday MaysvilleisMrs Charles Peters of near Flemingsburg visitedrelatives here last week- Clarence Coons and mother of Spencer spent a few days here last week IPebbla done seed ing but a good rain needed to bring up the seed Clay Whitton bought some corn of Charley Hornback at 3 a bbl W T Woodard wife and son returned Thursday from Colora do where the former had been for the benefit of his health but we are sorry to say that he returned very ill C T Vice of South Sherburne left last week for twoweeks visit in Kansas looking out for a locationJesse Evans of Salt Lick vis ited the family of James Gardner Saturday night Several from here went to Mt Sterling Court Monday Mrs Ada Hendrix and daughter visited Susan and Nannie An derson near Odessa Sunday Dir Johnathan Stephens of Sage Valley visited her daughter Mrs Roy Calvert Saturday Wm Clay and family of Nich olas county visited the family of J E Stewart last week Mart Johnson went to Augusta Tuesday for a job of work Okla lasttbeen for several months Earl Crain visited Marshall Hawkins of Hillsboro Saturday night and Sunday Nallis Perkins and wife went Saturday to be at the bedside of the formers aunt Mrs U A Gorrell of Mt Sterling who is seriously ill rnMiss Mae Vice visited her cous ins Misses Fannye and Audra Col liver at Grange City Saturday and Sunday herfColfax Saturday and Sunday B H Stephens while hunting one day last week shot a large red fox It was running a tur key when he shot it Several in the neighborhood had been missing turkeys Rev Tom Wood will preach at this lace next Sunday morning October 25 Mrs Z T Crain left Monday for an extended visit to friends Iand relatives in Missourif L p 11 t J 0 7 t i i r a i t Sam CrooksIload of Wednesday 0111 Mrs Ollie Williamson went Lexington Friday to see her hus band Sam Lathram shipped a mixed car of cattle and hogs Saturday Mrs Will Hines and Miss Ma ry Hart were in Mt Sterling last ThursdayMrs V Johnson and daugh ter were in lIt Sterling shopping SaturdayA Jones of Owingsville visited friends here Saturday and SundayB Nixon and wife and Mrs Ben Wells visited relatives at Ju dy Saturday and Sunday ithramited Mrs Will Satterfield Satu day and Sunday J P Blevins visited relatives at Salt Lick Saturday and Sun dayThere will be ineaching here Saturday night and Sunday Olvmpia Bro Carpenter filled his ap pointment here Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Maze and daughter Mary who went to Greenup county last fall to reside have moved back hereJ W Penix is laid up with a bad case rheumatism Bige Wells and Herbie Costi gan were at Sharpsbug two days last week W W Penix was at Yale the past week on business Herbie Costigan attended the funeral of Slesser at Cin cinnati Monday of last week Thomas Reasor of Howards Mill visited friends here Satur day and Sunday Mrs Ollie Williamson went to Lexington Friday to see her hus band Lee and we are glad to say found him much improved Mrs Lizzie Stephens and chil dren of Mt Sterling are guests of her parents Chas McGlothin and wife Henry William of Illinois vis ited his sister Mrs Martha Shultz FridayMrs J P Cooher visited her daughter Mrs Clell Coyle on Roes Run last week Everybody remember the box supper Oct 24 schoolhouse the proceeds to be used in preparing a Christ mas tree for the school and Sun dayschoolH of Pikeville was here dn business last week All were glad to see him again Odessa Mrs L M Butcher has been very poorly the past week with stomach trouble J A Harbor wife and little son Elliott returned Friday from a weeks visit with relatives a t Morehead and other points in Rowan county spentSundayMiss Lucy Vanlandingham vis ited Miss Bertha Kerns on Gras sy Lick from Friday till Mon day poorly Ben Wright and John Peck of Sharpsburg were here the past week and bought stock as fol lows of S B Darnell 5 yearling steers at 32c and 5 weanling mules at 55 per head of W A perhundredsteers at 3Jc of George Trumbo 2 at 3250 per head and 5 head of W B Gudgell A T Jones visited Nathan Sor rell on Flat Creek Sunday Miss Ollie Vanlandingham had a severe attack of phthisic Satur day night while visiting at J S Andersons Salt Lick Mrs Jennie Shouse is suffering with an abscess in the ear Dr Chas Cook and wife re turned home Friday night from Louisville where they had been visiting for several days Our graded school gave an en tertainment Monday night which was quite a success Our teach ers are doing all in their power to have a good school Mrs Jesse Steele returnedhome Sunday after a twoweeks visit to her sister at Clay City Born Oct 15 to the wife of Oscar Hall a tenpound boy Miss Kathleen Clayton is visit ing in Lexington this week Died infant son of Oscar Hall and wife Oct 17 Isaac Shouse is improving his residence and laying stone walks Off Alingtons barn burn e m Friday night burning a calf and all his farm implements J I i ti ILafe Harris was here Thursday Vice and family are moving to Mt Sterling to reside Mrs Dr Labe Robbins is very poorlyDr Cornelison was in Louis ville the past week Mrs Sherman Gullett and two children returned last week from a visit in Lewis county A cordial invitation is extended to the ladies to join our Ladies Aid Society which now has 27 members enrolled all of whom are striving to do the most for the benefit of the society and to make it interesting at eachmeet ing of the members StoopsIThe wheat and rye crop has been sown Sam Piersall sold his corn crop to Sid Hart at 3 per barrel in the field Election time is drawing near it is hoped that what little of the country there is left will be savedGranville Turner of Carlisle has been here visiting his son Mason Turner IJas M Bigstaff bought seven head of mule colts at prices ran ging from 40 to 70 Stock water has got so scarce that unless a heavy rain falls in a few days stock will have to be driven from this section to where there is water The man who hasnt got a mind of his own usually looks big in his own mind James Wells is again suffering severely with rheumatism- R K Tipton has rented Mrs Sarah Thomas farm near Spring fieldSeveral went from here to Mt Sterling to hear Judge Taft speak ThursdayWhen borrow money from a bank you have to guarantee the bank when you deposit money in a bank should not the bank guarantee you A mighty poor rule that wont work both ways Thomas N Coons and wife of Bourbon county are visiting rel atives here The condition of Mrs Ann Gor rell of Mt Sterling remains un changedThe of Fairview school will give a box supper Friday ev ening at 7 oclock The protracted meeting at Flat Creek closed Friday night with 52 additionsThomas Hamilton bought a horse of M H Vice for 125 Green Cundiff moved last week to Camargo instead of Grassy LickThe Judy Council Jr 0 W H M will give an oyster supper at their Hall Wednesday night Oc tober 28- Perry Goodpaster and wife of near Owingsvitle came Sunday to visit Mrs Ella Hamilton Dr Weber will preach here Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Austin May returned Sunday from a four months stay at Kansas City Mo- COiMiNG EVENTS Let no one say that the mind has no power over the body If it can cause such effects as in the case taken from the Berlin Ulk how much more can it influence the physi cal conditions of the here and nowYou look pale and thin whats got youWork from morning till night and onlyone hours rest How long have you been at it I begin tomorrow STRIPES OR GOOD BEHAVIOR The degrading stripes of Ken tucky prison garb may soon be a thing of the past In the near future all the State prisoners will be clothed in a neat gray suit This suit will be worn as long as the convicts conduct is good but when one falls below a certain standard of conduct he is again put back into the striped cloth ing The prisoners will also be allowed the use of knife and fork at meal time instead of only a spoon as heretofore The result of this plan will be watched with interest by prison managements and humanitarians generally THE STAINS WENT The man had sold Mrs Bean the cake of stain remover the day before When he saw her enter the shop again he was unpleasantly im pressed by the look on her deter mined countenance Didnt it take the stains from that shawl madam he asked quicklyI know whether it did or not she said sternly You said it had got to be left out on the grass over night and all the stains would go Well they have gonewith the shawl And I want to know what you are go ing to do about itYouths CompanionISubscribe for THE OUTLOOK r l fYL r- v r Job Printing a iJ printingWehave it done elsewhere quantity and quality con sidered Run over this list and see if there isnt something in it you need Letterheads NoteheadsEnvelopes Billheads Statements Pamphlets Blanc Forms of all kinds S s iWe have both rag and bond or linen writing paper ruled unruled for typewriter rag and bond envelopes We put writing papers in tablets with blotting paper cover if so desired N atsdeedsAddress THE KY Commissioners Sale BATH CIRCUIT COURT Vivian P Watts Plff vs Notice Henry Edmonds Etc Dfts By virtue of a judgment rendered by the Bath Circuit Court at its October term 1908 in the above styled case pending there in the undesigned will sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder at the Courthouse countyKyMONDAY NOVEMBER 1908 two parcels of real estate lying on the waters of Slate Creek in Bath county Ky one of which is described as follows 1st at a surIIthence up Slate Creek on westside of the mouth of Bulls thence tak the middle BranchI Creek up the same corner of John Parker thence E to a stake near a beech tree thence N 80 poles to Raglands corner a stake thence west with crossingSlatethe west side of Slate Creek thence south to the creek thence up the creek on the west side originallinethe beginning containing 136 acresexeluding therefrom how poleslofJones by Ann Wilson on March 1868 also 4 acres of land convey ed therefrom by M P Stephens to John Jones and also 5 acres 2 roods and 02 poles of land con WilsonIClerks office reference is hereby made for a specific description of said exclusions leaving in the whole of said boundary about one hundred and twenty one acres of land being the same land con veyed to said H C Mead by J B Goodpaster by deed of date the 14th day of Feby 1899 and nowduly of record in deed book 54 at page 359 in theBath Coun ty Clerks office And the other adjoins the above described tract and is described as follows 2nd tract A certain lot tractor parcel of land bounded on the north by the lands of Robt Don aldson on the east by the lands of Carpenter and those above de scribed on the south by the lands of Jack Suttell and Shelby Carpenter and on the west by the lands of Robt Donaldson con taining therein seventysix acres of land more or less being the same land conveyed to said H C Mead by Jacob Warner by deed of date the 8th day of June 1901 and now duly of record in deed book 57 at page 56 in the Bath County Clerks office Both parcels will be sold as one tract Sale will be made on a credit of six months the purchaser will be required to execute with goodsurety for the purchase price payable to the master commis sioner bearing six per cent in terest per annum from date of sale until paid and having the force of a replevin bond The purchase price will remain a lien on the land until it is paid D W DOGGETT Com B C C Robt H Winn and C W Good paster attorneys If you are afraid people will find it out dont do it Several large fortunes have been made by picking up money that has been thrown away A coal mine has been burning since 1901 immediately beneath he homes of 500 residents o f Carbondale Pa d Statistics collected by the government indicate that the nation has consumed about 7000000000 tons of coal up to the present time Nearly half of this has been used in the last ten years i Jfii Receipts LabelsInvitations Card Posters cC Dodgers r OUTLOOK OWINGSVILLfe thatlone able diet e A whole tree minus leavesand foundISome people who are selfish in y other respects never think ofkeeping their opinions to them selves COULDNT Go THE LASTAn andbeing YorkWhen hadAfter glassofwaIter him up the waiter returned to the customer asking him why he had not eaten his meal Wellreplied the man I boIquet i s r DESERT OF SAHARA The est desert in the world is in the vast region of northern Africa extending from the Atlantic ocean frtheNilethis immense arid region thegreat desert of the Sahara from east to west is about 3000 miles OII and its area about 2000000 square miles Rain falls in tor rents on the Sahara at intervals of five ten or twenty years In thedayare often cold In winter thetemperature of parts of the des r ert is sometimes below freezing THE MUTUAL BEN F1TfLife Insurance Co I Newark N J t sfTHE 4M IDEND COMPANY has xtythrnynarsrnidW 16i70m4lOSurplus No Company has ever accom plished better results for its Fob icyholders J W ELGIN Gen Agent 207 Court Street Maysville Ky 0 B 1OwingsviUe 1TWOnear Hillsboro being part of the J M Newman farm 112 acres at Grange City known as the Andy Lykes farm We will sell auctioninDAY OCTOBER 20 1908 beginning at 930 oclock a m together with a large lot of live implementsSee GrangeCity tq 1 4 1 FRUIT and ORAMENTAL TREES1EverYthin Wehavefree H F 1rLcxmgton School Tax Due Jj The Owingsville Graded School District Tax is due Please pay now and avoid s the penalty percent- S D THOMPSON Collector 123 e