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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p 1 I s l s CS t k i t j j fJ J t i 34- 1 ii i ri1 t 2 W t XS y I 1 4 f t 0 fr i0l 1 Q r 4ji i l t JLI nil Je nthUK iI l 2 fr f t U t7 f VOL XXX OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCT 29 1908 NO I Best calico 5c best outing 9c ijforcash at Mrs Estills to Mrs Esti1isfor child M rens saques and caps cheap Robt Franklin Democrat will speak here next Saturday after noon Five chestjnuttingBring me your eggs Highest market price paid for them ii cash at Mrs Estills j Four Mormon elders held serv ices on the street Saturday after noon also Saturday night and Sunday afternoon tL C Cudgel of near Sher burne sold a threeyearold colt to S F Triplett ofML Sterling for 325 Suit case last Thursday cLost between Preston and Gw Reward for return to f Dr I W Jones Bluegrass farms and good city property for sale Address B F Adcock Real estate Broker Paris Ky 14St Estill Honaker have receive l a pair of Barcus horse stocks and yIt can now shoe the wildest horse tCithout danger tothe animal U Iup1 trees en work qf Tnishing the inside goes steadily on I LEG FRACTURED Dee Evans of near Bethel was loading hay Friday afternoon and falling from the wagon tongue was kicked by breaking his 4intworiaces wRESIEJENCE OF TEOS I car Palmer has commenced the i Lfoundatiort of his residence which he will build on the lot adjoining I YSetb Botts property in the west 1Hi end Of town be bulk ofIconcrete Mr Palmer havinjr rBEchihe for casting the blocks j t OMEHELPAgont1erainfellfWj Ji i in flatrock branches and in cisterns However it was i helpful to the grass and the grain sown It also checked the woodsI fires and the fires along roads SOUTHERN MULE BUYERS Jones Pratt mule and horse buyers of Madison North Caro lina been in Owingsville and vicinity for several days and have bought a number t mules These gentlemen expeqt t to make monthly trips 5tspring 4 AGED LADYS DEATH Mrs Walker widow of Dr Walker dlooabout7p m Sunday She was 89 years old Her husband I died many years gaShe leaves one son She and her husband were among the mostprominent arid esteemed people of the Peeled Oak section The burial was made in the family graveyard SUCCESSFUL MEETING Revs Douglass Smith and T L Bishop of Covmgtoncloseda protracted meeting at Sour Springs Sunday night Miss and Mrsl Bishop assisted with music on the organ and singing The attendance was large sometimes more than the house could hold i They began a meeting Monday night at Mud Lick Springs t LiterarySociety J School gave an entertainment last Monday night which was largely attended After the exercises Miss Metcalfe Superintendent Organized the School Improve ment League with thirty mem berMrs Allen Points Presip4 I dent THE SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT 1LEAGUETbe School Improve ment League was organized by r the County Superintendent at the Shrout 2 1906 with 16 members Frank c iCollins President Emma Lee t t r 2 Clark Vice President Miss Fan TreasfiS ureri are aJ vi a fenearound the lotafter which they will plant trees S i t DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING Jas t l Hamilton Lewis of Chicago fail c ed from some unexplained cause to reach here and make his speech in the interest of the Democratic l tiCket Ihursday afternoon D WIIoggettmade a speech in in troducing E Th Hager of Ash land who Uveredan address s A large crowd was present man coming from over the county to 4 s hear Lewis who is a nations ej figure in politics r4j tr of I i i tl ti V t I q PERSONAL G F Wycoff of Carlisle vis ited friends here Sunday John McCormick and wife of ML Sterling were here Monday Floyd Ross visited his mother Mrs Julia Ross in Lexinton Fri day Sam Jackson went to Winches ter last Thursday to hear Bradley sp PMiss returned Saturday from a visit to relatives at arlisle Mrs James Harper after a visit to relatives returned home to Catlettsburg this week SaturdayfromW 0 Mclntire at Carlisle Mrs John Otis and daughter Miss Eliza of Moores Ferry vis itedrelatives here Saturday Mrs Alice Perrv after a visit to her daughter Mrs Ford Patterson returned home last week J E Rawlinson of Binning ham Ala is visiting John F upperrick1yAs Mrs Geb Donaldson and MrsI Thomas Peters of Bethel were guests of Mrs J W Emmons rMrs Friday N R Patterson and son Logan of Pineville are visiting Miss Linda Allen and Ford Pat terson and wife Mrs Jennie McAlister of Mt Sterling after a visit to her daughter Mrs C W Goodpaster re turned home last week Clarence Gaumer of Indianap j olis Indwas a visitorhere Tues day in company with his brother inlaw Ed Gorrell of Springfield Andrew Denton son Edgar and daughter Ruth returned last week from a visit to the formers fath er James Denton in Bourbon county Mrs Lou Ratliflc and Mrs Ben Myers of Winchester and Mrs R M Burbridge of ML Sterling tJiffthTIpast Paris Luther Ashcraft and wife near Paris and John Reed and wife of Little Rock were guests of Jack Conyers last week Mrs lR Wells who return j ed last week from a visit to R L INfine health and prosperity They cropsIgetting 75 per as express messenger on the Southern rail way Mrs Wells is delighted with the country and is thinking of persuading her husband to move there She at ended the the Greenboro fair also RESOLUTIONS To the W o r shipful Master Wardens and Brethren of Bath Lodge No 55 F A M Your committee to Whom was referred the matter of drafting suitable resolutions of respect to the memory of Brother Fred Slesser who died sud denly October 9 1908 beg to make the following reportjThat whereas the messenger of death has again alarmed our outer door and called from this life hereon earth Bro Fred Slesser and we hope to a higher and a better one the members of this lodge lose a faithful consistent and honored friend and brother and individually and collect ively are deeply grieved at his untimely death Brother Slesser became a member of Bath Lodge March 1903 arid was ever a faith ful one prompt in every obliga spiriLBeextend to his family our heartfelt pathv and commend them to Him who doeth all things well Be it further resolved that this lodge room be draped in mourn ing for thirty days and that these resolutions be spread upon the re cords and printed in the local newspaper a of which be sent to the family FraternallyS D THOMPSON W W NIXON C W HONAKER Owingsville Ky Oct 20 1908 SUPPOSED MAD DOGA dog believed to have rabies was killed on Main street here Thursday morning by Bob Catlett and Jim Maxey The dog was a shepherd and unknown here It took sev Itkin a fight with other dogs on Slate morningIfdogs have plenty of water during preventrW C Jackson is building an addition to his livery stable j A CARD FROM Miss METCALFE To the Voters of Bath County I ask of you the privilege ofserv ing you another term as Superintendent of county reasons for making this are as follows requestI 1st You have honored electing me to serve one term and it is but just that an officer who makes a showing of loyalty to the interests of the people should be allowed to succeed hor self I have worked faithfully loyally and untiringly for the peo pie the teachers and the pupil children of the county during this term and for this reason I be live I am entitled to your con sideration for a second term 2d This one term of office has given me an experience and a knowledge of the educational con h3eIsomething to Bath county during the next four years if I shall be awakenIingof better educational facilities for our schools is now sweeping over Superintendent know what plans will bring about the best results as no other could know them This is an important point and I trust every citi zen will consider it 4th The new law has entailed an extra amount of study and hard work on me As County Superintendent I have had to meet all the requirements of the new law in working out the necessary changes and of guiding the work of the teacher through this troubled period Since I had the new law to deal with does it not follow that I shall be better able to work it out to the betterment of the schools than some one who has had no such experience I ask that I be given theI 15th of carrying out many plans necessarily made during Ypt1wJTlren of Bath county In consideration of all these things I do not think I am asking too much of the people I have loyally served who have loyally supported me when I ask them to reelect me to the office which now hold If you honor me byelecting me to this office I pledge myself to the fQicving 1st To see that the school laws are enforced to the letter of the law 2cL To secure fairness and justice to every school district 3d To serve the citizens of my county conscientiously and impartially 4th To devote my whole time tq the upbuilding of the educational interests of this county Yours respectfullyPICKETT WITHDRAWS FROM RACE To the Democrats of the 21st District Five years ago after a hard fight and considerable expense I was elected Commonwealths Attorney for this district- I have endeavored to discharge my duty without fear or favor and have faithfully served the people by enforcing the law and I had hoped to be accorded the usual endorsement by the party for a second term without opposition It seems that the Honorable Judge of the Court is to be accorded that favor and I say amen to it but I have had to make an everyl my opponent the TIME and MAN NER of nominating a candidate being against my chances of a nomination on account of three elections coming within one week in my own county and also in Menifee where I am strongest I am convinced that a majority of the GOOD people of the dis trict are on my side but they do not always control the elections in some of the counties of this district and as my opponent is backed by the influence of the sa loon to which I am opposedand by the gamblers whom I have prosecutedalso by many other vi who have been prosecuted and convicted it is reasonable to believe that this el predominateMy money and no one to spend it on but himself I am a poor man and having a large family dependent upon me and to fight the saloon and those standing with them would re largetmoney to spend and if I could get it or had it I would not buy votes nor debauch voters with I J t ir lvfr ti it r Have You Tried the Pocket C For the fall and winter trade I have the largest and best stock I have ever carried The celebrated Shield brand clothing the Selz and other good makes of shoes hats overcoats notions furnishing goods etc onefourthIgoods at less price than any store in this or any neighboring town Everything as represented a- tOiLLONS in the Pocket Owingsville Ky IID 1estlyalongwithwatch that you can depend on to meet the conditions of the life you lead ourlinewhatItof pastWenomy of buying a South Bend Watch if you will ask us We satisLactortmember the South Bend Watch frozen In ice still keeps perfect tlaa JEWELER OPTICIAN WatchesClocks Machines- GRAPUOPIIONES EDUCEWPRICES1Bcg- irnLing Monday October 19 we will sell at the following i riees Calico 4 5c Outing 8J 9 lOc Cotton 7A 85 9c CantonjCoUn 0 9 lOc ffnghanfc GS lOc Woollen Dress Goods 35 40 45 50 55c Ladies Underwear suit 45c Childrens suit 25 35c Mens garment 45c Mens Overalls pair 35 90c Mens Work Shirt 45 SOc Boys Work Shirt 20 lOc L 250I JONES BROTHERSODESSA KENTUCKY r =aca = s I BARGAINSIN HEATING STOVES Owing the use of natural gas in Sterling are overstocked with AIR TIGHT HARD COAL BURNERS are offering for less than facturers prices PREW1TT HOWELL Sterling Kentucky even towin My friends can see how much it would cost It would take 500 simply to enter the race with everything show that an un limited amount of whisky and money would be used against me I do not think a fair expression of the whole canbe had Therefore I have concluded to withdraw from such a contest and I now withdraw from a fight against whisky saloons gam blers and lawbreakers and the standard bearer of this class to enforce your laws hereafter against such To my friends of the four coun ties who have so loyally stood by me who have appreciated the work I have done for them I ren der now my hearfelt thanks and gratitude I promise them that during the next year which Ii have to work I shall as faithfully prosecute as I have done in the past and I shall see that every violator of the law is prosecuted without regard to or fluenceOnce more thanking my friends throughout the district andre gretting that your future pros ecuting attorney is such a friend of those who need prosecution I am respectfully ALEX CONKER 0 4IrrJ s il f j a 7Jo J A POWER 5 DKUKK IX Jewelry Silverware Optical Goods Sewing ETC REPAIRING A SPECIALTY OVINGSV1LIE KY Nice Line South Bend Watches Ladies Hose 10 25c Childrens Hose 5 15c Mens Socks 5 25c Mpns Wojk Gloves 10 90c Ladies Shoes 125 Mens Shoes 1 Mens Boots 150 4Sugar 18 pounds 100 Please give us an early callI to 1It we AND which we manu Mt 154t whisky and leave and 200 300 RESOLUTIONS At a meeting of Owingsville Lodge No 87 Knights of Pythias Oct 16 1907 the following resolutions were adoptedWhereas the Angel of Death has again invaded our ranks and removed from our midst our be loved brother Fred Slesser Therefore be it resolved that in his death Owingsville Lodge No 87 Knights of Pythias has lost a true knight a faithful brother and a loyal citizen Be it further resolved that we extend to the family our deepest sympathyBe resolved that a copy of these resolutions be sent the family spread upon the min utes of the lodge and published in THE OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK E L BYRON H J DAILY M D FARIS THEYRE OFFAIl of the an nounced Democratic candidates for county offices paid their en trance fees and entered the race in the primary Nov 7 There is no contestfor Circuit Clerk Coun ty Clerk and County Attorney Alex Conner and Andy Denton are putting down new freestone sidewalks in front of their prop erty on Slate Avenue I rlj W j t BUGGY BOBESt xxcxxxxv I Just opened a nice new uptodate stock of BUGGY ROBES anti HORSE BLANKETS The goods are the best and the price ifl 1 very low Handmade Saddles and Harness i are the cheapest for they wear longer and are safer to use L j Buy a MIN1HAJST SPRING 1ADDLEr4jy f they are the easiest riding wear longest and wont hurtthe horse MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED i EUGENE MINIHARI QWlftfeSVILLE RACKET STORE 1 EVE T NG FO V RV D PT L I have a new lme of ladies corsets in several different styles Sd y come in and saVe money by buying the Jackson corset Dont for I the RaclcieStore sells more candy for 5c than anywhere else 4 EverybodjKseems to want post cards so why not come in and j look through my line Dont forget the Racket keeps thelargest line of lamps in town so come in and select one for your sweet1 i heart as a Christmas present J 7 Heavy Underwear 48c Ladies Heavy Underwear 25c Childrens Heavy suit 25c Childrens Hoods 25c Childrens Caps 25 20 15 lOc Childrens Gloves 15 lOc Childrens Belts lOc Childrens Shoes light to neavy 125 to 50c Mens Work Shirts50 25c IIFine 75 50c HeavyII 100 Sweaters 50c Boys 25c Work Shirts 25c Suspenders 15 10 5c Mens Suspenders 40 25 15 lOc 12598JQdj The Highest Poultryandeiifs fr MAXEYJ FOR ViRCINSA 4 Screened Lump Pluto Cannel C 0 AWrite Telephone to yt ROSE RUN IRON irl OLYMPLAKE1TTJCXY V M EMILY YOUNGS DEATH Mrs Emily Young died about ten oclock Saturday night at her home west of town after an ill ness of some weeks due as much to infirmities of old age probably as to specific disease All of children including Mrs Thomas P Ficklin and Sinnett Young of Missouri were with her in her last days Funeral services were held at the residence at 10 oclock a m Monday by Elder R M Campbell and burial was made about 1145 in the Owingsville Cemetery in the presence of nu merous relatives and friends from various parts of the county Mrs Emily Young was born Nov 11 1827 being a daughter of George and Polly Duty Thomp son of Sharpsburg where Mrs Young was reared She was married when a young woman to Lewis Young who died in Nov ember1901 They reared a fam ily of seven children all surviv ingexcept George T who died in January 1906 The survivors are Alice wife of John W Daw son of this town Mary wife of oflat home and Lee of Montgomery county Mr and Mrs Young lived all of their married life in the Flat Creek neighborhood except a few years residence in this town during part of which they conducted Owings House Mrs Young was a lady of ual strength of mind and character and was very capable in business She was a devoted member of Christian Church Her death is mourned by rela tives and friends throughout this and adjoining counties The fam ily have much sympathy in their loss 4 I tlti t i4 1 KY I 4Gloves t Pants OrtdSOd Mens Overalls good50dMens Shoes at prices to suit all Mens Wool Socks 25 15c Mens Fancy Socks 25 15 lOc Mens Heavy Fleecelined Socks 1510d Ladies Fancy Hose 50 85 2515100 Ladies Heavy Fleeced Hose 15 IOC Ladies Wool Hose 25d f Ladiess Handkerchiefs 10 5C i Ladies Gloves LOO 50 25 10 J t Ladies Corset Covers 50 t 40 25 IOC iZ Cash Price Paid For Successor L to E yHenin J i 9 1 and I or CO her the the unus the Mrs Ann Evans wife ofAlvin IEvans of near Sharpsburg is the only surviving sister out of ll six of her fathers family theidead being Richard L Thompson i i Nannie wife of Charles Duty tjMargaret who first married Mr Boyd and next Mr Johnson Ma ry wife of RichardRatliff- MRS U A GORRELLS DEATH Mrs Ureth Ann Gorrell died of iAin1CemeteryDeceased was aged about 6G years and was a daughter of The ophilus Hendrfcc being the young est of thirteen children and the last survivor except her brotherfHarvey Hendrix of ty Mo She was born and reared ii t in the the East Fork neigh borhood this county She marS tned Thomas Gorrell who died at their home near Springfield agoMrs this town about seven years ago and ran agrocery and restaurant and later a private boardinghouse She removed to Sterling the past year and engaged in the same business She and her husband were most worthy people and reared a nu merous family of children sever al of whom are dead the surviv ors being Mary wife of Wilson aJwifedianapolis Ind Annie wife oL t Sell Kerns of Nicholas county and Ed living on the old home farm at Springfield Mrs Gorrell was a ldticlgen waShighlymerous friends stpd a wide rela Ideceas ft i i MEDALS fOR HEROES AWARDS ARE MADE DY CARNE GIE FUND COMMISSION i MONEY TO AID THE NEEDY fI X t 7List of Those Who Performed Brave t l ii Deeds Includes Many Resi dents of the Mid die West 1i4 l t Pittsburg PnTho Carnegie Hero ir Fund Commission at its quarterly It meeting Wednesday recognized 48 per sons as having performed nets of heroism deserving recognition under the rules governing the fund provided by Mr Carnegie Each of these per isonawas awarded a medal bronze themitional and other purposes The cash awards made amount to about 40000 t Following are the awards made a Frederick Goebel Plttsburg silver medal 250 disablement fund and 750 U towards purchase of home Keith A Catto Decatur Ill stu 1 dent bronze medal 1 Erwin J Roller Manchester Mich a 1 bronze medal and 2000 for education Edward A Blber Lansing Mich t bronze medal and 2000 for educa 9 tlon William A Schneider Colweln InSt 0bronze medal and 1100 towards pay Ing debts William A Cross Grand Forks N D bronze medal Judson H Lamb Cleveland 0 bronze medal George S Mason Toledo 0 bronze I I medal and 500 for purchase of home I Charles R Leonard Elyrla 0 bronze medal and 1000 for purchase aofhome vf Edwin A Crolins Chicago bronze 1 medaL t j Frank F Berg Peoria bronze J medal and 2000 for education I ip fJj Jens W Jensen Oak Hill Mich rs bronze medal and 1000 for home Ii Walter S Slear Tecumseh Mich r bronze medal Owatonnari 911Ctlon J Walter H Cotter Cleveland 0 bronze medal and 1000 for home 2ic IJohn F Carroll Cleveland 0 0 bronze medal and 600 to pay mort gage on home r I Adolph LaCroix Cleveland 0i bronze medal and 500 for education a Mi William H Baker Cleveland 0 bronze medal and 500 for education c r Olaf A Young VIola Ill bronze medal and 1000 towards a home Jt Jacob C Caster Casaville N J k bronze medal and 250 to pay debts t Ih ISLWilliam N Williams Alpharetta Ga bronze medal and 1000 to pay o debtst SewlckleyPaOh j a r 4 Samuel H Jamalson Chicago rronze medal lat1ui 14WlIlI8JI1J Rhelnfrank Milwaukee silver medal and 1000 towards home II1df4 a Hershal E Eaglebarger South t Bend IDdl08t life trying to save kr i drowning boy bronze medal to Henry j FEI1gebarger his father Marion R Lux Lincoln Neb silver medal and 1000 towards home Philo G Plummer Lansing Mich silver medal 600 disablement bene vu fits and 1400 to pay debts Helen L Stapp Indianapolis Ind ji sliver medal and 1000 towards home Franklin H Holdridge Neponset silver medal war W Bennett Glen Haven Mich silver medal 1000 towards home lS sUveredaLEarl A Ames Olathe Kan silver 1 medal and 2000 for education 4 S Thomas A Herman Blue Mound a I k KazL silver medal to J PlL Herr mn his father Hollo W Eastman Harper Kan lit zIis 1 j ver medal to C W Eastman his fa Ifi ther Mlnne L Meyers Rlverton WashI 1I silver medal and 1000 for loss sus we tamed in fire Marie V Ii Langdon Tellma kJ Wash sliver medaL J Frederick HIser Hessel Mich all f Ter medal and 250 disablement hens 1f1 fits I Patrick McAleer St Louis silver a j medal to Mary McAleer his widow i t 50 a month and 5 a month for minor1 children Charles H Coegrove Center Point tt lad silver medal to widow 50 a month and 5 for each minor child0a Max Suess North Mankato Minn a silver medal to his mother Eleanora T F Suesa 30 a month and 5 a month for a child tf Elbert W Gibson Riverdale Mich I silver medal a d50 a month to his iwldowand 5 a month for each minor- child August Schultz Bralnerd Mich all 1 Irr ver medal and 50 a month to his- 4 i widow and 5 a month for each minor chlldjtt pes Moines Women Not Indicted Sf Ashland vOiThe grand Jury Friday againstaof Des t j Moines Ill in connection with the S SteinPorter murder case declaring f w theevtden insufficient s l LootediOmaha Neb Cracksmen raided the t state banatHeartwell Kearney 4 qaL county Nebraska Friday and secured f 3400 Explosions aroused the inhab itants of tho town but too late to in 1 1tercept the robbers i Suffragists Sent to Prison womenrthousetconduct were Thursday sentenced in I the Bow Street police court to terms Of imprisonment varying from three 6 monthsrtL Nebraska Blue Laws Valid i Lincoln NebTh supreme court l Thursday sustained the legality ot the i Nebraska blue laws forbidding t Banday business transactions a111 jNI j ri5 i1tor aa t L t 1 r I cif 11 4 a i t I t1 J r call TAYLOR IS UNHARMED ESCAPES BY BOLD DASH FROM THE MASKED MOB Plays Possum Under LogTennessee NightRiders Believing Aged Attorney Is Dead Depart Tiptonvllle Tenn Unharmed save numerous scratches received In a 30 hour trip through unfamiliar woods and tho fatigue incident to the trip without food and the mental strain Judge H Zachary Taylor reached here Wednesday after a miraculous escape from night riders at Koclfoot Lake who murdered his partner Capt Quen tin nankin Col Taylor Wednesday told how they were seized by the masked men and continued Tho leader of the mob talked with us telling us wo were associated too much with Judge Harris and were taking entirely too much Interest In the lake He said that the course of Harris and the West Tennessee Land Company in prohibiting free fishing was causing the starvation of women and children and that something had to bo done I never dreamed that the mob In tended us any harm but Just then they threw a rope around Capt Rankins neck and swung him to a limb He protested and said Gentlemen do not kill me and the reply of the mob was a volley of 50 shots This was the first evidence of any intention to harm us and when the firing began I jumped Into a bayou and made for a sunken log Behind this I hid and the mob fired several hundred shots into the log They evi dently believed I was dead for I heard one of them say Hes dead and let him go and with that he rode away I remained in the water until after the mob was out of hearing and went to an island In the lake where I remained all day Tuesday At night I started out and walked all night com- Ing up to a house at six oclock this morning TOKYO FETES COME TO CLOSE Scene of Entertainment It Changed to Yokohama Yokohama The series of incom parably brilliant functions which have characterized Japans reception cDetodinner on board the battleship Fuji the guests of which were confined o the American ambassador reared mirals and other officers There was also u brilliant reception on the battleship Mikasa to which al the prominent Americans here were invited with the accompaniments of an Illumination of the fleet fireworks shoreRearself to the Japanese people by per eonally attending the funeral of Gen Count Nodzu and placing a wreath oi the casket Later a luncheon was given atthe Shlba palace land the ad miral accompanied by his aides walkl from the palace to the Shim bash railway station passing along the Glnza the principal street of Tokyo which was massed with people The admiral was recognized and al most mobbed by tens of thousands 0f enthusiastic people but everywhere was treated with respect Thousands sought to shake him by the hand am the ovation lasted the whole length o the street The stern old admiral evi dently was deeply impressed Rear Admiral Sperry was accompa nied by Rear Admirals Schroeder and Walnwrlgbt who with their aide were kept equally busy exchanging greetings MEXICAN PLOTTERS GUILTY Two Convicted of Fomenting Revolu tion on United States Soil El Paso Tex Charged with foment lag a revolution on United States ao- lagainst a friendly nation Predllano G Silva and Lecantlo Trevino were found guilty by a jury In the United States courtfor the western section o Texas Friday Benjamin Silva and Jose Maria Ramlriez were acquitted on the same charge Trevino and Sllvo will be sentenced by Judge Maxey The penalty pr scribed Is not less than one nor than five years Imprisonment Two Die In Wreck of Speeder Cowrie IaTwo men were killed and five Injured one fatally In wreck of a gasoline speeder on tb Newton Northwestern four miles northwest of here The speeder load ed with nine men of Rinard Into a box car which had been znovei from a aiding onto the main line One County Dry Another Wet Columbus O Coshoctpn count Thursday voted dry by a m of 594 Fairfield county voted to rc tain saloons by a majority of 328 Root Refuses Extradition Washington Secretary Root Friday refused to Issue a warrant of extradl tion sought for by Russia In the case of Jan Janoff Pouren Mr Kerns Son No Better Indianapolis IndThe condition c John W Kern Jr the eightyearold son of the Democratic vlcepreslden tlal candidate who Is suffering from Infantile paralysis complicated by acute Indigestion showed no Improve ment Thursday Inght Wilbur Wright to Be Honored Paris The Aero club will give n banquet In honor of Wilbur Wright the American aeroplanlst on November 5 at which the clubs 1S08 medal will be presented to Mr Wright Negro Lynched In Alabama Chattanooga TennAt Hatsello Alaa ua b took a negro named Stover from two deputies and lynched him Stover was charged with having attempted to wsault Miss White the daughter of a will known fanner New Honduran Minister Presented Washington Senor Don LNS Last the newly appointed minister from Honduras who succeeds Dr Angel Ugarte wasUntroduced to the presl dent Wednesday by Secretary Root tv4 present 4 his credentials I 1A1 J ji rid r Jcl A PEEP INTO THE FUTURE SANCTUM MAN SLAIN BESIDE BRIDE LOUISIANA TEACHER MURDERED BY REJECTED SUITOR Grim Tragedy on Train Persons Concerned All Members of Prominent Families New Orleans0n her bridal tour which had begun scarcely ono hour before and seated in a railroad coach almost between her husband and a suitor for her hand Mrs Fred Van Ingen Thuriday night saw the flash of the suitors revolver felt the sud den grip of her husbands hand as the bullet killed and then turned and fought for her life When the girl appeared about to become the victim of the second bullet from the revolver her uncle a man with gray hair but strong and cool under the excitement rushed up and thrust his thumb beneath the hammer of the revolver Jamming the mechanism and render ing the weapon harmless This was the story which the other passengers on the Texas Pacific cannonball told when they reached this city Friday but the principal ac tors in the tragedy most of whom are connected with Louisianas lead ling families have so far refused to discuss the matter The former suitor is F S Beauve of Plaquemine La at which place he was taken from the train and placed under arrest The unfortunate hus band was Prof Fred Van Ingen a prominent teacher of Alexandria La- land a relative of former Gov Blanch ard The brido is the daughter of James M Rhorer one of the leading officials of Ibtrvik purls rriui at Baton 3ioiv c rv i 14 years old and Van Ingen wa 11 The wedding took place Thursday at Alexandria Beauve was in town hav ing arrived there it Is reported on the same day as Miss Rhorer When the bridal couple left for New Orleans he boarded the train also and after wasfacfbride between him and her husband Other passengers say Beauve talked with the bridal couple just before the shooting and that his manner ap spenredcordlaL WARSHIPS FOR ABRUZZI Two Will Escort Him and His Bride to Italy RomeTbe Italian cruiser Flera rrosca has been ordered to await the YorkIbe dispatched It Is understood that the two warships will escort the duke Italyf also that no member of the Elkins family will at tend the official ceremony of the tran scription of the marriage deed in Rome and that when Senator Elkins theeGerman Prince Is Married Berlin Germany Princess Alex andra Victoria of SchleswigHolsteln dukeevied in the chapel of the Imperial pal ace at five oclock Thursday after ofIIlIam The ceremony was witnessed by the members of the imperial family and about 60 princes and princesses housesf etoas state functionaries the members of the diplomatic corps including Dr Hill the American ambassador and the members of the embassy staffs with their wives with about 800 other guests were present Missouri Saloon Keeper Murdered Gower MoE J Martin proprietor of a saloon here was shot and 1killed by Wood Arnold a road overseer Arnold had been drinking heavily In Martins saloon and wore Martins hat away When the saloon man asked for the hat Arnold shot him Unwritten Law Plea Wins Lexington KySetting up the plea of the unwritten law Mrs Nancy Murrlll was acquitted of a charge of murdering Miss Mary Terry in the circuit court at Jackson Friday Broughton Branderburg Arrested Dayton OAs he was boarding a train for New York city here Thursday afternoon Broughton Brandon burg was arrested by local detectives on the charge of ltg ry and grand larceny A telegram from New York city police department advised the local department hold Brandenburg He is alleged to havo sold the New York Times u letter which be rElIre pouted to have been written by Grover Cleveland in which toe dead statesman predicted the election of W H Taft 1 JOE JAMES IS EXECUTED Negro Whose Crime Started Springfield Riots Is Hanged Springfield IlLHaving confessed his guilt and with a prayer upon his lips Joe James 18yearold negro murderer was hanged in the Sangomon county jail Friday Chief Deputy Fred Long sprung the trap at 1032 and in 11 minutes and 39 sec onds James was pronounced dead by Dr J O Salyers and the body cut down and prepared for burial James murdered C A Bollard a wellknown C P St L engineer on the night of July 3 last This crime was largely responsible for precipita tion of the recent fatal race riot in this city In a drunken stupor he wandered into the home of Mr Ballard on North Ninth street entered the bedroom of Miss Blanche Ballard and seized her hand The girl screamed Her fa ther came to her assistance drove the negro from the house followed him to the sidewalk where a fight ensued In which James stabbed Ballard to death James fled Next morning he was discovered by Ballards two sons asleep in the grass north of tho city The Ballard boys almost beat James to death Deputies rescued the negro from the crowd which gathered While James was in jail the alleged assault by another negro upon Mrs Earl Hal lam took place and the mob moved on the jail- STORM WAS FATAL TO 300 Disaster In Cagayan Valley Philip pines Worst Within Memory fr r a- ManilaBelated reportS Indlcat that the storm of October 12 in thu Cagayan valley was the worst and most destructive within the memory of living Inhabitants of the valley Thf official figures are not yet available as many places have not been heart from but It seems certain that the number of dead will reach 300 At Aparri which was almost com pletely under water the American residents headed by Lieuts Treadway and Clark Postmaster Foss and En gineer Clark formed a rescue brigade which saved scores of natives taking many off their houses which were floating down the river It is reported that cholera has broken out among the refugees CANNON HIT BY LABOR Illinois Federation Adopts Resolution Condemning the Speaker Peoria Speaker Cannon was specifically condemned In a clause in the resolutions which were passed at the final days session of the Illinois State Federation of Labor The clause met with opposition but was finally passedThe politician in labor affairs was killed when the convention amended Its constitution to shut out the political delegate who has forced his way Into past conventions to the detriment of union labor while attempting to make good with their political bosses Four Persons Probably Drowned Glenn Haven Mich Patrick Hury and wife and Peter Swan son and son have been missing since Monday evening when they let theIr homes at North Manltou island In a power launch to set fish nets in Lake Michigan A high easterly wind carried the little boat out into the lake Canal Need 35000000 Washington Congress will be asked to make an appropriation of 35000000 for carrying on the work on the Isthmian canal during 1910 Killed After 1500Mlle Walk Lawrence Mass Peter Marsoin 18 years old of Crawford N Y who received 250 for walking half way across the continent recently was struck by lightning and killed on a farm eight miles north of this city Confiscated for Being MisLabeled Kansas Clty MoA large quantity of canned apples and blackberries was ordered sold by the United States court Friday The fruit was grown In Arkansas canned in Michigan and labeled Michigan grQwn Canton Business Men Up In Air Canton O Carrying Leo Stevens ot New York as pilot and John G Rommell J H Knny William G Schwlnd and W I Stolzenbach all passengerstheWednesday afternoon Illinois Pythlari Select Peoria Springfield Ill The grand lodge 01 Illinois of tho Knights of Pythias Wednesday decided to hold the 1S09 convention in Peorla and elected ae grand chancellor Eugene E Boi e I I L 7 if JAILS OF TENNESSEE FILLING WITH SUSPECTS ROUNDED UP IN REELFOOT LAKE TRAGEDY FortyFour Taken In Sunday One a Lawyer Who Was With Rankin at Walnut Log Union City Tenn Oct 2GSensa tions came thick and fast Sunday when soldiers sheriffs posses and pri vato citizens who have mobilized here for the purpose of hunting the mur derers of Capt Quentin Rankin round ed up 44 prisoners including two wom en In the Reelfoot section The arrests are responsible for the statement that all but five of the masked mob who took Capt Rankin and Col Taylor from the hotel at Walnut Log are now guarded by soldiers or are securely locked in Jails in five counties bordering the seat of trouble Among those arrested are William Pratt hotel keeper at Samburg and well known J D F Carpenter Union City attorney who Col Taylof charged wrote letters to Taylor and Rankin which were instrumental In carrying them on the fatal trip to Walnut Log William Brewer a CC yearold fanner his wife and son Carpenter accompanied Rankin and Taylor to Walnut Log presumably to buy timber in the Reelfoot district Instead of going to the hotel from which Taylor and Rankin were taken by the mob Carpenter went to the home of his sister and remalnad throughout the night People in this city who know Carpenter are loath to believe him guilty No charges against any of the arrested ones have been made public Monday with the convening of the circuit court for Ohio county In special session at Union city that section will be under complete domina Lion of military rule Five companies of the National guard will be at the disposal of CoL Tatom the military commander to enforce martial law To aid the ml lltia the adjoining counties have been drawn on for posses of picked men Should this force be Inadequate to cope with the situation it is declared that the entire military force of the state will be concentrated If neces saryGovernors of several states of the south have approved of a suggestion of Gov Patterson that a conference of the excutives of the different states be held and plans devised whereby they can act in concert in an effort to finally destroy the night rider organi Noel of Mississippi Gor Pin doll of Arkansas and Gov WlUson of Kentucky have already expressed themselves In approval of tho pro posed conference Practically all of the southern states have suffered to a mere or less extent from the opera lions of the mysterious organization WITHOUT WORD Ned P abama LSyer nfosa Prbnv Tujle and Ended His Life Mobile Ala Oct 2u Edward Mur phy Robinson a lawyer and Democratic politician of wide reputation committed suicide with a pistol at his home here Sunday Just before the suicide he was seen with his wife and little child on tho lawn During the midday meal he went to his room without saying a word In a few moments two shots rang out and a moment later his life less body was found The widow was before her marriage Miss Olive Barker daughter of Col P D Barker republican national com mitteeman for Alabama Servla Taking War Measures London Oct 26A dispatch from Belgrade says that the Servian gov ernment has called out all the first reserves and has ordered khaki for the troops 300 Maxim guns and 400 military automobiles According to the dispatch King Peter has Informed the Turkish minister that an al legiance probably has been concluded between Servla and Montenegro but that this in no way interfered with the friendship of these countries tor Turkey Drugged and Robbed Washington Oct 26 Saying she had been drugged with whisky and laudanum and robbed of 3000 worth of diamonds by a boarder Mrs Char lotte Tracy who conducts a boarding house in Washington Sunday morning asked the police to arrest Allen Lemp ke Six hours later detectives in New York arrested the man With the ex ceptlon of a 500 ring the jewels were all recovered The Lat Spike City of Mexico Oct 2GThe last spike In tho TuxpanMancanlllo exten sion of tho Mexican Central railroad was driven Sunday It marks the com pletion of the first transcontinental railway In Mexico not counting the line which spans the Isthmus of Tehuantepoc Killed By Robbers Pittsburg Pa Oct 2GHugh Mc Guire of Camp Hill a suburb wax killed by highway robbers between that place and Carnegie McGulru drew his pay end is thought t have had about 30 in his pocket A New Writing Machine New York Oct 26The Smith Premier Typewriter Co Is exhibiting a new visible ballbearing typewriter at the national business show here Experts say that it is a wonderful machine Many Persons Injured in Riot St Louis Mo Oct 26 Twentyfive men and women and two policemen were Injured some seriously Sunday afternoon in a riot that followed the arrest of Wm Sarkls for fighting The Etitiggle took place in the Greek colony A dozen Greeks were arrested Train Thieves Sent To Prison nhelms France Oct 26Three train thieves believed to be Ameri cans who were known under the names of Bard Bertha and Cauda have been sent to prison for 13 months to robbing passengers on trains t k Ci 0 0 rn frrrLIJ Lf f ROUND THE CAPITAL W iru IInformationProspects for Social Season Are Bright I Iw Isocietylonger where to go but when to re turn Society has had Its fling and a merry one it has been despite all that has been said to the contrary and now the more serious considera tions of home life come to the front With the summers gayeties In Dar Harbor and Newport now only a memory the fashionable set is of varl our minds as to where to spend the next month Virginia Hot Springs holds out a beckoning hand to those who have revelled In the summers dissipationsBut the curtain has been rung up and the stage set for the coming season by the arrival of the president and Mrs Roosevelt and the raising of questions which necessi tate the return of the official family as the cabinet is called The opening of the winter season Is In the dim fu in of II Itwomatic corps who have recently died Minister Hauge of Norway and Am bassador Speck von Sternberg of Get many should havo both been sur vived by beautiful and childless widows who at some time in their girlhood claimed the same city Louisville as their home The dramatic sadness of the dual Incidents still hangs like a pall over that Inner circle of Washington society where the two happy couples shone as regnant lights That both men died In their father land when on temporary visits there with their American wives dooming the young widows to solitary Journeys home is a further pathetic parallel Baroness Speck von Sternberg the later of the two diplomatic women to be bereaved of an Idolizing husband returned from abroad recently and has No to IT HE army of rough riders trappers and men who catch em alive with their hands who have been looking forward to the presidents African trip inquest of big game an occasion In which they would play a part will be and his son Kermit one taxidermist and one naturalist from the National museum will coast tute the Roosevelt party They will be the only Americans in it Just how large a following of natives will be necessary the president himself does not yet know- Although the president Is to receive one large dollar for each word written by him about the trip he is not con templating the throwing of money right and left to equip himself for the novel experience of shooting real big gameBy the time the president will have been separated this is the word IT HE Government Hospital for the In1isane has just opened its nurses home The building Is designed to accom modate a large of the male nurses and attendants who have here tofore quartered in buildings in which patients were cared for They will be enabled under the new condlc lions when work on the wards over to go to a building removed from theIpatients and containing homelike ap pointments The need of such a home has been recognized by the hospital authorities for a long time In the plans originally prepared for the extension of the asylum there was provision made fortthe erection of such a structure was finally eliminated A building three stories high bower was erected for the female nurses and attendants when the hoe pltal extension was completed As no appropriation was available for the contraction of a building for the malehnurses all that it was possible was to one of the buildings Uready on the hospital reservation The building finally selected what was known as the east lodge SeveralI years ago was utilized for tients It Is a combined threestory and twostory brick building Entirely remodeled to meet the re- Quirements of the sltuatlou con tains 33 roomy apartments capable of providing for about 58 men It Is lighted throughout by electricity Lava j io t If ture but with the White House opened many of the embassies will follow suitSWashington is a great gathering place for conventions especially in the autumn and this year the season opened with the Tuberculosis con gress which brought together distin guished men from all partsof the Itstarted the ball rolling Although the ball may slow up when the aJdepart for their English FrenchGe1o man or other homes it will be kept 1 cj going on the way toward the new year J and a new administration Meantime there will be the official opening of the White House with a re ception for congress and the Introduc lJjJcletyhave a stream of young house guests and all the cousins wUV take turns at Joining in the entertainments of fidel and otherwise Mrs NlchoitLongworth will chaperon her sister on occasions relieved by her uncle Admiral William S Cowles who filled the same genial office forMrs Long worth when she made h rcebu1 Tragic Coincidence Death Envoys ii as it it begun the packing of her effects at the embassy She has a right to the salary of her husband and to the occupancy of the embassy la Washington for three months after the ambassadors demise As the widor jof a diplomat wbp died In service the Id former beautiful Mlsa Langham of Louisville will enjoy a considerable pension from the German government No more sumptuous hospitality wai lavished la Washington than that emanated from Baron von and his peculiarly alluring Kentucky wife The white ballroom of the Grman embassy during the incumbency of the Von Sternbergs has been the scene of princely festivities The pathetic little dIplomat with the gentle wistful face that always ap pealed was a man of large personal come No woman In Washlngtoa dressed more exquisitely thaa Ute wife of whom he was so justly proud The invalid diplomat because of the determined malady that finally closed his career appeared seldom ic society last winter His presence with Ids i wife at the last state function or ho season at the White House was oo caslon of heartfelt congraf JRlloua among his friends They believed he was better and going to get vtiHL Hunters Accompany the President disappointedMr is Starnbergr InS used in Washington from the govern ment service and the monthly check for 416666 33 will be going to some other man It will be incumbent upon him to mind his pennies else instead of a trip of profit it will develop Into one of expense President Roosevelt does not yet know the scientists that are to accomt pany him All he knows is that he Int tends presenting specimens of African animals to the National museum and that he has asked that Institution to send along two men one to preserve the specimens and the other to make notes that will beof benefit to natural historySNo definite itinerary has bees yet arranged The president will go where he can find the game and if he falls to find it one place he will go to and when he has found It he will camp there The details of the trip will not be arranged therefore until after he has consulted his guides who will not be from the United States The caravan will be mustered in after ho reaches the African coast Reports that the president has accepted an invitation from this or that official or dignitary are also premature The president has received no invitations and his1 plans at pMwrat will hardly admit of his accepting any Insane Hospital to House Male Nurses I number been remodel most German another tories shower baths and bathrooms all lined with Vermont marble are on each floor On the first floor is a large club or reception room running the entire width of the building which will be used as a reading room or pos sibly as a billiard room Employes who are to occupy the building are being assigned to quarters there now and they have expressed themselves as pleased at their new stir t roundings which they regard as mak ing for their comfort and pleasure after working hours The Popular Coral The dealer held up two strings of coral They were of equal size but one dark and dull in hue the other beautifully pink and translucent The dark he said Is worth 50 cents the pink one Is worth 500 That is what makes coral so popular It suits all pocketbooks All over the world It goes These of rough uncut beads are for he dead of India They are put round the necks of the bodies about to be burnt In the ghats These large and bloodred beads go to Africa They are much liked by the natives whosedark skins they perfectly suit Mr Roosevelt would well to take a case of them with im on his forthcoming trip I Here are a lot of coral hands with fingers extended in a Vthe gesture that wards off the evil eye The coral ands are for Italy where the belief n their efficacy widespread Higher Still The lerk haughtily I bettered 1 myself The Prizefighter cheerfullyS did more I bested the otlierBa1USmore American V Sti a T Ii r2IsRZEYtUtilfU J n SYNOPSIS Giles Dudley arrived tn San Francisco relauvept In an Important and myatertoua task and theSmenIsd s aen on the They see a man with snakee a which sends a thrill through Dudley Wilton postpones an explanaUon ot the itranre errand Dudley la to per form but occurrence cause him to know It Is one ot no Ordinary meaning Dudley is summoned to the morgue and there finds the dead body of his friend 4 Benry Wilton And thus Wilton diet theIFrancisco In order to discover the Iert mission his friend bad entrusted to1 I11Jn Dudley continues his disguise and himself to be known as Henry Wilton He learns that there Is a boy whom he Is charged with secreting and protecting mistaken for WIl 21 by Knapp to assist In a stock brokerage deal Dudle 4P himself closeted In a room with Morther Borton who makes a confidant theiors TerrlU and Meeker who are him Dudley visits the home of Is stricken by the beautY ofy i iaDd daughter tour is planned The trip Giles Dudley learns that TerrillII the rest of the party and imprison eel te a hallway behind an Ironbound S oor Three Chinese ruffians approach the Oneiy rUJol saea In the mob A newly form e eeI saeb Is checked by shots from Giles revolver Policeman Corse breaks down door with an ax and the couple Is 4i teud Lydia thanks Giles Dudley for mvteg Mr USe appears at the previoulEtI I t tor11COlPn that he loves Luella Knapp oJ foUutr Bottom ten Giles Dudley that 5lagrve discovered where the boy is I terloua unknown woman employ er ot Dudley ineeta him by appointment toIIt with him to the ferry boat to take a train at Of the city Dudley and his faithful Isgd convey the boy by train to the ylUago of Livermore as per the written SoonrB SfMliI traIn arrives in Uvermore CHAPTER XmContlnuerif- Z had never had the pleasure ot meet I ifag Mr Meeker face to face but I 4Mbtad not that I should be able to tck him ont I was right I knew Urn the moment I saw him He was taU and broad of shoulder long of ana shifty of eye and his square jaw b was covered with a stubby beard His color heightened as we walked itoto the offlce and cut off the two oors ot retreat te Jut unexpected pleasure said r jj g1ngb1mgooddayEli to the side pocket At lila EftrcOaLand then back again 1 and he made a remark in an undertone tsiat lfeuwu sot intended for a i jJMsaaV greeting Theres a little dinner ot a few irieskta OB apstalrs 1 said po fIIWTc10 70U Join asr tV Meeker scowled a Moment with evl f4eat svrprlse C1OledfBtltt a man to 44e ataiie I8a1dBm othlyYoa WHlilleTtt welcome t9i sir said he looking furtively T Bay ISMHI drawing near between bun aWtke4eors Z BetIiaLstxsaldpoutely Then a44edIaalowertonemeantforhIm s Rests you hound and Ill ooi rr1ed up byour four IIwuw01klqth fear and iuks He looked at the blocked 4 f9Mhta eye ot a baited aalmalf bs toBaed fast he cried And 1t akalr htf whirled aroundp r It through a window and gL ttthcMca the jagged panes be f r ore IJMNM spring forward to stop f Rerfroat en IIcriedmo t throughAan theIwin eaesay- Tfcere wa a lall ot six feet and as I3detePUeOtbrokenglassa- jbit aaakea with the rain beating on bead 1t wal a few escoads before lookedIt a rmlpgM the leck of the hotel e the eaesmy ws mot to be aou- ght1tUtm3 st eXIIII speed for the eeraer afty yard away hall I4 1i4I t pty for Okefoe e JPb re s k arie Porter the er reBtere Bld8o I uue4ayu4es bareatr e I 1ct l8W wayrtbat m f 1IW8M paRted J1tI4 5 He wa Nt ot slat beWe I gotI irsr leet 44 t Tbey sawt hue a r htelngplace close by tHeiiu t have JmaW the feace r said Wilson p alg to1 cot baypthe placeHe a jtkalMet tiehead1 WIL Ka ao great matter tisaid I WeVcam get aloag withe t another get for the afternoon Now get Iq saOer cover boys or youll be soaked I t baveITery company youd got lB114 oae of be meal cea r aeHMfly whesi we aad told ow tale of gieetI4 be less In ipteea ta la here than out with bus asV 1 reteraad dryly and tamed tocUlICtt1cUaHtdrltesra14ar plashed slowly toward r The rain fell by fits and 7 V atarta Xs the iUme wore on I sue jpectedi that ay men grew uneasy hf wondering what we were there for eec why I did sot make some move z j Then I reflected that this could not be It K was I who was iondethig Had the plans of the Unknown come to dlsas t i 111p I iz 5 rfr f S f- JP J b1p r r 0t I jo a r r 55U01mL ter through the difficulty of getting the telegraph on Sunday The office here was closed The Unknown being a woman I ungallantly reflected would havo neglected to take so small a circumstance Into consideration and she might oven now be besieging the telegraph office In San Francisco In a vain effort to get word to Livermore On this thought I besUrred myself and after much trouble and speech with the young man who combined in his person the offices of telegraph operator station master ticket seller freight agent and baggage handler for the place Ho objected to opening the office out of omce hours There might be inducements die coTered that would make It worth your while I suppose I said Jingling some loose silver carelessly In my pocketHe Well I dont care If I do ho replied Whatever you think Is fair of course It was more than I thought fair but the agent thawed Into friendship at once and expressed his readiness to call San Francisco till he got an an swer it it took till dark I might have saved my trouble and my coin San Francisco replied with ro some emphasis that there was nothing for me and never had been and who was I anyhow There was nothing to be done I must possess my soul In patience in the belief that the Unknown knew what she was about and that I should get my orders in due time probably after nightfall when darkness would cover any necessary movement If the mission of today were prolonged into the morrow what was to become of the Omega deal and where would Doddrldge Knapps plans of fortune be found I smiled to think that I should concern myself with this Question when I knew that Doddrldge Knapps men were waiting and watch lag for my first with orders that probably did not stop at murder Itself Yet my trquble of mind in creased with the passing time as I vainly endeavored to devise some plan to meet the difficulty that had been made for ma As darkness came on the apprehen alone ot danger which had made no on me by daylight began to settle strongly on my spirits I concealed my fears and from the men and with the lighting of the lamps made my to meet ai attack that might come I had satisfied myself that the rear bed room that faced the south could not be entered from the outside without the aid of ladders The parlor showed a sheer drop to the street on the west aJiel I felt assured we were safe on that side But the front windows of the parlor and the front bedroom which joined It opened on the veranda roof in common with a dozen other rooms Inside the hallway perhaps eight feet wide and 25 feet long offered the only approach to our rooms from the stairs The situation was not good for defense and at the thought I had a mind even then to seek other quarters It was too late for such a move however and I decided to make the best of the position I placed the boy la the south bedroom which could be reached only through the parlor With him I placed and FItzhugh the two strongest men of the party The north bedroom opening on the hallway the veranda roof and the parlor looked to be the weakest of my position but I thought it might be used to advantage as a post of observation The windows were guarded with shutters of no great strength We closed and secured those ot the parlor and the inner bedroom as well as possible Those of the north bedroom I left open By leav ing the room dark it would be easy for a sentinel to got warning of an as by way ot tho veranda roof I stationed Porter In tho hall and Abrams in the dark bedroom while Lockhart Wilson Drown and I held tho parlor and mado ourselves com fortablo until the time should como to relieve the men on guard- I thrust open the door to the bed room to see that tho boy and his guards were safe and this dono I turned down tho light threw myself on tho floor before the door that protected my charge and mused over the strange events that had crowded so swiftly upon mo Subtle warnings of danger floated over my sense between sleeping and waking and each time dropped Into a dozo I awoko with start to see only tho forms of my men before me and to hear only the sweep and whistle of tho wind outside and the dash of water against tho shutters Thrice I had been aroused thus when on tho borderland between dreams and waking a voice reached my ear Sst What was that I sprang up wideawake revolver In hand It was Lockhart who spoke We all strained our ears to listen There was nothing to be heard but the moan of the wind and the dash of waterWhat was IU I dont know- I heard nothing It was a cooboo like the call of an owl but But you thought it was a man f Lockhart nodded Brown and Wil son had not heard it Was it Inside or outside- It was put here I thought said Lockhart doubtfully pointing to the street that ran by the side of the hotel I opened the door to tho dark bed room in which Abrams kept watch It Fii Jz1 C4 l1rlFour1 movement Impression depressions dispositions WainwrIght part 1 sault dimlylighted whispered- I swung noiselessly to ay cautious touch For a moment I could see nothing of my henchman but the win dow was open Then in the obscurity I thought I discovered his body lying halfway across the windowsill I waited for him to finish his observa tions on the weather but as he made nomovo I was struck with the fear thathe had met foul play and touched him lightly In a flash he had turned on me and pressingasatnstmy If you wouldnt mind turning that gun the other way it would suit me just as well I said Oh its you Is IU said Abrams with a gulp I thought Darby Meek er and his gang was at my back sure Did you hear anything I asked YeltherewaB a call out here a bIt mm And theres half a dozen men SOLO MADE A SENSATION Barytone Had Caught the Music But Not the Words A certain young Unitarian minister Is visiting a friend and classmate who lives In Roxbury says the Boston Herald and while the two were sitting around a fire and spinning yarns the minister who is visiting and who comes from the west told this When I went west first I was in a small town called Le and in the choir of my church the Tillage blacksmith did the noble work of barytone He had a voice that could shake menu talus and whatever it lacked in another feature It made up in volume He couldnt read music any more than he could English but he learned a tune very readily One Sunday we were to be favored with a new anthem be cause it was a special ocaslon and the barytone had one portion all to himself Unfortunately he had missed many of the practices The anthem went along excellently until it came to a beautiful part which read And dying bids us all aspire Here the rest of the singers stopped short in that quick sudden way that choirs have and In the ensuing stillness sounded the pond nous tones of the blacksmith Aa dying brides are filled with fire j Itl 7f L1 0 o j Mtl men or more out there towfight tho cornerAre sure atI Yes I was alistenlng to cm when you glvo mo such a start What were they sayin- gI couldnt hoar a word Give warning at tho first move to get Into tho house Blaze away with your gun If anybody tries to climb on to the porch Porter had heard nothing but was wide awake watching by the light of the lamp that hung at tho head of the stairway And after a caution to vigilance I returned to my chair For half an hour I listened closely Tho men were openeyed but silent The storm kept up its mournful murmur but no sound that I could at tribute to man came to my stralnltr carsSuddenly there was a cry from the hall Whos there It was Porters voice An instant later there was a crash of glass an explosion seemed to shake tho house and there was a rush of many feet- I leaped to tho door and flung It open Lockhart Wilson and Brown crowding close behind me A body ot men filled tho hallway and Porter was struggling In the hands of three ruffians His revolver whose shot we had heard had been knocked from nil hand and lay on tho floor The sudden appearance of four more weapons In the open doorway startled the enemy into pausing for a moment I sprang forward and gave the nearest of Porters assailants a Now that sent him staggering into the midst of hit band and with a wrench Porter tore himself loose from the other two and was with us again What does this mean f I cried an grily to the invaders What are you here forf- There were perhaps a dozen of them altogether and in the midst of the band I saw the evil face and snake eyes of Tom Terrlll At the sight oi his repulsive features I could scares refrain from sending a bullet In his di rectionDarby Meeker growled an answer You know what were here for respecticried What do you want You know what we want Mr Wil ton was the surly answer Give ui the boy and we wont touch you And if not There was silence for a few moments What are you waiting forT growl eda voice from beyond the turn oi the hall At the sound I thrilled to the inmost fiber Was It not the growl of the Wolf Could I be mistaken in thou tones I listened eagerly for another word that might put it beyond doubt Well are you going to give him up asked the hoarse voice of Mee er There has got to be some bettel reason for It than your demand Well weve Jot reasons enough here Stand ready boys Look out I said to my men with A glancebehlnd At I turned I saw without noting it that Wainwright and FItzhugh had come out of the boys room to take a hand in the impending trouble Lock hart and Wilson slipped in front oi me Get back and look after the boy whispered the former We can hold ahead there shouted a fierce voice that again thrilled the sax and heart with the growl of the Wolf What are you afraid oU Stand fast boys I said to mi men WainwrIght keep close to the bedroom Then I shouted defiance to the enemy The first man thai moves forward gets killed There an eight revolvers here Then I saw that Wainwright had come forward despite my bidding eager to take his share of the onslaught And by some freak of the spirit of the perverse the boy who hail shown himself so timid during the day had now slipped out of his room and climbed upon a chair to see what the excitement was about as though danger and death were the last things reckonI in the world with which he had to a glimpse of his form oal of the tall of my eye as be mounted the chair in his night dress I turned with an exclamation to Wainwright and was leaping to cover him from s possible bullet when there was a rout of rage and the voice of Terrill rang through the hall Tricked again he cried with I dreadful oath Its the wrong boy TO BB CONTINUED A Famous Model A good many years qo27 to be exact the most famous model in the world Antonio Coral wandered from town to town as a strolling minstrel la England Felix Moscheles the fa mous artist happened to discover hiss at Dover brought him to London and employed him as a model That was the beginning of a really artlstle career and today Antonio Coral has the distinction of being the finest model in the world as well as the most famous All classes of painters have been thankful to employ him Ho posed for Sargent and Abbey for the well known paintings In the Boa ton public library and he has not dis dalned to appear as Mephistopheles oa a can of deviled bam A New Version After hard study Hilary felt sure that he had the parable of the prodi gal Ion by heart AU went well la the recitation until be came to the prodigals return which he described in this way But when he was yet a great way oft his father saw him and had compacslon and ran and fell oa his neck and broke It But my son explained the njother he fell on his sons neck and kissed him Oh I thought he ran and fell on his own neck and because he was an old man he must have broken IUHarpers Magazine r t f t C I AS A BOOTBLACK IAUTHOh Osborne Shined Shoes of Visiting Englishman Dinner guests always like to start Lloyd Osburno talking of tile days when ho and Robert Louis Stevenson lived In Samoa One of the most patheUc Incidents that I remember of our life there said Osborne occurred during the visit of an Englishman He was so thoorughly Englishso stiffened and rigid in his Anglicisms that It was Impossible for him to abate one Jot or little of his accustomed formali ties We were living of course in the most primitive fashionIn native huts taking care of ourselves as best we could and doing the work we could not get the natives to dowhich was a great deal Of these facts the Eng lishman observed nothing The world always must adapt itself to the Eng lishmannot he to the world At night we showed him to the little hut where ho was to sleep Early tho next morn Ing when I passed his doori long before he was awakeI saw his shoes carefully placed outside for the valet to was no valet no maid no hireling no slavery There was noth ing to serve us but the sun and the moon and our own hands but I was so touched by the Englishmans sub lime faith that an omnipotent Provi dence would arrange for the polishing of his shoes that I polished them my self and I assure you I felt impelled to do a good Job In fact I was quite nervous about it lest he should not be satisfied with the effect I often have wondered since whom he would have cursed if my work had not been well done DIDNT HAVE TO BE SHOWN Young Woman from tho City Knew All About Milking Now Alice said the young husband the day affter their arrival In the country do be careful and not show your ignorance about things you see around the farm We laugh at the country people when they come to the city but when they get us out here they have the laugh on us So dont ask Mr Jenkins any fool questions nor run when a cow looks at you O Indeed retorted his wife in dignantly Id like to have you un derstand that Im not so green as you seem to think Im not afraid of cows and whats more I know how to milk too You know how to milk exclaimed the astonished George Where on earth did you learn Thats all right she replied eva sively but If you dont believe it you just come around to the bare after you get back from your fish Ing trip tonight and Ill surprise you George was still skeptical but on his return about sunset he strolled out to the barns The cows were all In their places His attention was attracted by the shimmer of a white dress at the far end of the line And there seated on a stool beside a very restive bovine undismayed by the con stant switching of the animals taU or an occasional foot in the poll sat Alice proudly milking her cow with squeezerLlpplncottsMagUlne Medium to Be Attained Lobster and champagne for supper thats high jinks Sawdust and near coffee for breakfast thats hygiene Between these two eminences however theres room for some genuine living Life No Learning to play the violin mut tered the persistent amateur bending over his sheet music and making an other stab at the instrument Is no snapThis being the exact psychological moment the E string snapped Salsify Wild and Cultivated Salsify Is found Ina wild state In Greece Dalmatla Italy and Algeria According to Oliver de Serres It has been cultivated in the south of France nee the sixteenth century Ancient Embalming The ancient inhabitants of the Ca nary Islands used an embalming process like that of the Egyptians Des slcated bodies preserved for centuries by atmospheric or other agencies have been found in France Sicily England Central America and Peru Doing His Best- I wish you would pay a little atten Lion sir exclaimed a stage manager to a careless actor Well sir so I1 am paying as little as I cant was the calm renl MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Oct 24 CATTLE Extra 5 50 6 65 00HOGSCholce 75LAMBSFLOUR Spring pat 5 75 6 00 WHEATNo 2 red 1 02 1 03 76HOATSRYENo 2 choice 78 liO 25BUTTERDairy 25APPLESPOTATOESPer bu 70 78 TOBACCO Burley 8 50 18 00 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 98O 1 00 78OATS62LARDPrimeNEW YOBK 40WHEATNo2 77OATS00LARDSteamBILTIMOUX WHEATNo 2 red 101 67OATSLnuisvurx WHEAT No 2 red 0 1 02 84OATSNoHAYCh timothy 12 00 12 60 00IARDSteamINDIARATOUS CATTLEPrime 5 75 7 00 640SIIEEPExtra 5 cH 1ey y r I 4 I 1 j 1s SSS5 5tSI Ij Kentucky l Most Important News GleaningsIIT of the IN OKLAHOMA Alleged Feudist of Kentucky Found After World Search Lexington Ky After a manhunt lasting five years during which search was made through China the Philippines and South America Jesse Spicer known throughout Kentucky as Big Pistol and charged with bO- oIng Implicated In the Hargis feud murders In Breathltt county has been located In a little town In Oklahoma too late to be tried He was under Indictment here and warrants were hurried to for his arrest A day after OklahomaI sent States Attorney Allen court here secured quashing of indictments against Spicer all the Har glsea and others connected with Breathltt murders saying conviction was not posslble1Spicer was found through John Smith former alleged member of the Hargls clan who confessed to helPlngi murder James Cockrill and D Cox at Judge Hargis behest Impli eating Spicer and others COLLEGE CHOIR TO ASSIST- Berea Students to Take Part In Chri tian ConferenceS Berea KyThe Rev Dr J Wilbur Chapman assisted by Charles M Alexander will hold a two days Chris tlon Workers conference In the new chapel at Bores college- The Berea college choir of a hundred voices will assist In the musical program Mr Alexander Is noted as the foremost gospel singer in the worldVisitors will be entertained at the college while the sessions are being heldThere will bo other conferences held- In Kentucky besides the one to be held at the collegeSSues For 20000 Lexington lCyJohn W Duncan who was taken to Beattyville last November as a special Juror from Mad son county to try B F French JudgeS James Hargis and others for der of JD Marcum and who while there fell off a bridge brought suit against the city of Beattyville for 20000 Mystery Clearing Lexington KyRoger Rucker ot this city Is running down a clew which may divulge the Identity of the man who murdered his brother Wil liam who was the telegraph operator for the Q C railroad and while at his key was shot through the head The murderer rifled the ticket oHice and disappeared Jury Inquiry Futile Lexington KyeThe mystery ot the disappearance of Willis E Smith the State university student who was last seen here II month ago is be yond solution by the grand Jury It has completed the examination of 50 persons including students and professors of the university relatives of the missing boy and othersIReceiver Named For LE Railway EVIansHenry Glover receiver for the Louis vllle Eastern railway The reedy er was appointed on petition of Win Love who brought suit for 60000 alleged to be due him for construction of a branch line from Anchorage to Shelbyvllle Ky- Farmer Are Helpless Madlsonvllle KyForest fires which have been raging in this county several days have destroyed thou sands of dollars worth of property The burned section covers over eight miles and fences corn crops and tim ber have been lost Son Dies With Father Lexington KyHenry B Johnson 45 and his son 25 were overcome by gas In a well at Versailles near here and died Henry Johnson went Into the well to clean It and was over come by gas His son went to his rescue and fell across his fathers body Forest Set Afire Lexington Ky Authorities from Berea Madison county where Berea college Is locatri asked that blood hounds be sent here as incendiaries had started a forest fire which had burned over a large area of valuable fort and was beyondcontrol Woman Is Freed Lexington KyIn the circuit court at Jackson Mrs Nancy Murrill was acquitted of the charge of murdering Miss Mary Terry The unwritten law was the plea advanced Mrs hint rill killed Miss Terry when she found her with Mr Murrill Bit By a Puppy Lexington KyF E Brlcken took his 13yearold son to Ann Arbor Mich to be treated for rabies at the Pasteur institute The boy was bitten on the finger several days ago by a puppy Next day tho puppy died Fell Into Creek Is Drowned Frankfort Ky Christian Hochener aged 35 years fell into Little Benson creek four miles from this city and was drowned It Is not known whether the drowning was accidental or with suicidal Intent Federal Court Indictments Covington KyIn the federal court the grand Jury returned indictments against Claude Brown charging him with selling liquor without a license Logan G Evans with violating the pension laws and Jacob Lohr viola tion of oleomargarine laws Texans Want Gov Willson Frankfort KyC S Thayer of the state of Texas has telegraphed to Gov Wlllson requesting him to at tend the Dallas State fair October 24 and answer the speech of Gov Has kail which he delivered there f CONVERSED WITH CLUB ATTACHE IfThen Stringer Placed Pistol at His Head and Robbed the Place rr Lexington KyThe boldest hold up In the hlstqry of Lexington oc curred In the Climax club John Ray one of the attaches was alone In the house when a stranger entered and took a scat He conversed pleasantly with Ray about matters of a trivial nature for a few minutes when he got up say ing I lost 11 In here and I am go Ing to get It back With this he put his hand In his pocket as if to get out some money but when he pulled his hand out it contained a gun Point Ing tho weapon at Ray he commanded him to put up his hands and stand with his face to the wall under pen ally of death If he sieved In a rack on one of the tables there was 600 in gold and 100 in silverSand In a drawer in this table there was between 400 and 500 in paper money Stepping over to the table the robber picked up the gold and 1f pulling open the drawer ho pocketed c the paper money and a revolver that was lying near it He then backed out of the door and was down the steps Into the street and gone before Ray could raise an alarm FEATURE AND FUNCTIONS Of MasoniC Law In KentuckYChanged In New ConstitutionS Louisville Ky Many amendments I ito the constitution of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky Masons were adopted in the final session here These change various features and J functions of the Masonic law but contain according to the members nothing especially sweepingSITho chief work of the day was theto 4Iinstallation of the new onV 4cere and adoption of a vote of thanks i to tho Covington chapter for its ex position of gluing the Royal Arch de 7 jg 7igree IfMajor J H Leathers reelected tgrand treasurer for tho 13th time ills IJI trlbutcd 10000 for the delegates exy J 1 penses In attending the lodge t r Interest Eighty Cents Covington KyTn accordance with i I a Judgment and order of sale entered If p recently In the case of W T Harris against Mary Mooney a farm located jnear Independence was sold by Mas f 9 ter Commissioner John LRlch for J1 2000 The farm belonged to the de o cedent Harris and was the entire es f tate The peculiar feature of this case Is that there were 90 heirs and1 li the largest share to be received by any of them will amount to only UO jwhile some of them will get as littleSas 80 cents r Sues For 30000 vY i Covington Ky Florence McConrt r sued Nettle McCourt ip the Kent 555 circuit court for 530000 damages for j alleged alienation of the plaintiffs r husbands affections The petitions 6 states that the plaintiff lived happily with John McCourt and was separated r if from him through representations Tiy the defendant to him Mrs McCourt isited her husband for divorce alimony V and Jrestoration to her maiden name lv teFlorence Grlttln J iiJ AII Chapters Represented J IJ Lexington KyThe annual meet 4 ing of the Kentucky Daughters of the American Revolution began here with all chapters In the state represented The session opened with an address of welcome by Miss Anna Chanler V Golf of the Lexington chapter reisponse by Mrs T W L Van Meteiy iOf Paducah and the reading of there port of Mrs C D Chenault of Lea Ington regent for the state Y 1 Whisky Dealer Assigns Frankfort KyW P Strader whis p n ky dealer of Lexington has filed peUyy 4 1tlon in bankruptcy In federal it here Assets 10183 liabilities 15rv 779 Passage of an act In 1906 pro c liibitlng shipments of liquor from one I Icounty In this state into a local option county Is said to have injured Strav ders business t Plans Conference on Riders v iA4r Isovetnorsheld purpose of contriving measures to abate the evil which started In Ken i rJ 1tucky and Tennessee Cattle Breeders Organize 1i Louisville Ky With 38 charter e members the Kentucky Jers v Cattle rclub was organized here Its purpost is to stimulate breeding fine cattlelIt O Gathright of Louisville is presi i dent and T R Webber of S lby rvllle secretary i Warrant For Clnclnnatlan iLouisville KyIn connection with ij Jthe litigation over the building ct the Gaiety theater here Conrad Grader i ll a contractor took out a warrant for i R K Hynlcka of Cincinnati 0 for fviolating the building ordinance r lWoolen iLouisville KyThe Mayfield wool 4 en mills one of the largest factories t f ttIn this section has resumed work aft J1t er having been shut down for months l 4 Two hundred and twentyfive men are remployed IS jBoone Monument In Cumberland Gap t MIddlesboro Ky Congressman W 2 I P Brownlow of Tennessee has been te L l presented with a petition signed by citizens of Kentucky Tennessee and i r o 1 Virginia asking that the government PiS donate 5000 toward the erection of i c a monument to Daniel Boone SI 1 I Forty Acres Burned Over f Paducah KyFIre that started In P t 1jdry leaves has laid waste 40 acres of A land In the Clarks river section of the county Farmers for miles around f fought the stubborn fire but were uaoiji able to subdue U tI bi F tI ft SStffj11r t iJW S w i 11f tr = OWlNlVILLE OUTLOOK rtjfeMSHED WEEKLY o OWINGSVILLE KY Entered according to Act of Congress at the Owingsville IImattelTUB OUTLOOKS subscription rates are as follows foSixThree months Thirtyfive Cents u anybodySubscribers desiring a change of address should give previous address when writing j Correspondents should always r Prthanr out of stationery mention it onduseparate slip of paper News matter of general inter i est is welcomed bring it to tt without delay if you wish it in t I tjAdvertisers or discontinuance of adshoutinform us the week previous to r publication day- AddressallI communications t JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville Ky THURSDAY OCT 29 190- 8A1VTJ0UNEMENTS j i We are authorized to announce y Allis W Young as a candidate for reelection as Circuit Judge diste Democratic party r y r 0 Ve are authorized to announce f W B White as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney in the Twentyfirst udicialdistrictsubIcttQ the i ic party rft We are authorized to announce iIMrs S B Hawkins as candidate s Superintendent of Schools of Bathcounty subject to the ac f tion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Miss Pickett Metcalfe as a sand dateforSuperintendent of subjeIet c 0 Ipartyl Wofare authorized to announce Leonard Cassity as a candidate for Superintendent of Public y of thCounty subject to t action of the Democratic party s sae v Weare authorized to announce J W Penix a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Bath county to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Miss Carrie Nixon as a candidate for Superintendent of Schools of Bath county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce John W Dawson a candidate for Clerk of the Bath Circuit Court subject to the action of the Dem I ocratic party We are authorized to announce J J Mark as a candidate for County Judge of Bath County subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party We are authorized to announ candidaTto the action of the Demo cratic party 4 fLeslie5 reelection as County Clerk 3 r jDemocratic We are authorized to announce ti Wm D of South S h e r iburne a candidate for Sheriff of Bath county subject to the ac partyWmand Aaron Fanning of Salt Lick will be his deputies if elected announqece or rsubjeAic t 4i party Cole Barnes of Preston his deputy if elected s1 v5 We are authorized to announce 1S Samuel 0 Doggett as a candi r date for Jailer of Bath county subject to the action of the Dem y ocratic party rt r We are authorized to announce candidarto itto the action of the Democratic partyltWeare authorized to announce 3 Robt Duff nsa candidate for Jailer of Bath County subject to the action of the Democratic pa- m r ty+ f We are authorized to announce pRt or r county su- r action of the Demo 4 ape 9cratlcpatty a ax fr a yf ri51tf h 1 rdt o a MUttCfe4 Vc are authorized to announce Eastwood Hatton as a candidate suhjecttoparty We are authorized to announce- R T lobo Clark as a candidate for Jailer of Bath countysubject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce teIc party 11Vc are authorized to announce Ben Jones as a candidate for As sessor of Bath County subject toII the action of the Democratic pa If nominated anti elected WalterS Hendrix of South ShcIIburne and Thos 1 eston will he associated with Jones in the discharge of the ties of the office iuinouns cei lessor of Bath county subject action of the Democratic par If elected Elijah Terrill Sharpsburg and It D Bailey Forge Hill will be my deputies iStJRobert T Myers as a candidate for Magistrate in District No Pyeston subject to the actin of the Democratic party We are authorized to announ Joseph Williams as a candida for Magistrate in District No5 Preston subject to the of the Democratic party actionI are authorized to announce IWe T Buck Ginter as a can for Magistrate in Owings ville district No 1 subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce candiII aC1tionIF William Jennings Bryan fai to connect this time will he sub side 7 Sbodyfin or Debs or Watson TIlE highest bet reported so f in this campaign is from New York City fifty thousand to forty thousand dollars that Chanler will defeat Hughes for Governor Chaihill r have 801 electoral votes or 59 more than necessary Now the Republicans know what to ex pest ELECTION wagers in New Yo City indicate that the contest in Bigbetswill not carry the State and that Chanler will defeat Hughes BUOUGHTON BRANDENBURG enjoying the notoriety of his po sition He was arrested at Day ton 0 last week and releas on 500 bond being wanted New York City on an indictment in connection with his furnishi the alleged Cleveland letter the New York Times According to Brandenburgs own statement the letter bears all the earmarks of fraud- REELFOOT LAKE in western pmCedestrobY n ued its quaking and upheavals for a long time The lake is situated on what was at the time of its a heavy forest and the hirwater is a large body of water and long been celebrated for its wildducksation controls the lake and tm tier land surrounding itOne night last week it was the scene of a tragedy that shows what an alarming extent the m JudgeZach R tin IIcompanyon th lakeside to negotiate the lease of some timberland During the night an armed mob some strong came to the hotel and to the attorneys away It is said mob demanded concessions in here lard to fishing in the lake All at once a rope was thrown around Rankin and he was swung to limb shots being fired into body While attention was di fledjumpedto the opposite side although an aged man Volley aft volley was fired at him but he fi escaped after long wander ug Rankin was dead when the mob left him It does seem time that the na gravitythe of the mob All g- ernment oy civilization itself is m unless the responsible pc ie array on the si oflaw and order Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK f x T51r raM f Tun Suffragettes as the fe male agitators for Womans Suf rage are called in England are determined on martyrdom to their ofIsentenced last week to prisonfrom three weeks to threemonths they having refused the alternative of giving bond for good behavior Such fanaticism if persisted in long enough will accomplish results however harmful they may be to good government MackISouth including Maryland maI king 166 electoral votes In ad dition he is confident that willcarry New York BrY3nI sey Connecticut Idaho lion a na Colorado Nebraska Nevada Indiana Ohio Delaware Kansas and South Dakota making a tItal of 301 On the other hand a sydicate of newspapers inclu ing the New York Herald and e Cincinnati Enquirer are making Mtoandgivingvc Republican leanings and 21 fro s inclined to io Democratic CORRESI ONDENCE hnpect them to be printed bcenewstUpper Flat Creek Miss Lucy Clay of Mt Sterling week visited Mrs Crit Lane laM A G V Cook went to Cincin nati last week to consult an ocu listMrs Lizzie Crouch and chug ter Miss Frances of Mt Sterling were the guests of relatives here the past week hasbeenmal School at Richmond has re turned home on account of the schoolIsMurray and Mrs Chess Glover were the guests of James Gillon in Owi n gs v i 11 e Stopstone arMrs J E Carmichael is able to up again Bro Adams will preach thisweekat Sugar Grove Uncle Pete Donohew is able to be out again OwlingsvilleJones Sunday Miss Maxey of Sharpsburg Maxeyk s day of last week after a long ill exteanPink Cassity a wellk now n WeisMt Sterling Sunday on Trainsto be buried He left a sisteirs n their loss ngOdessaBen May wife and children of Fleming county who have been visiting Mrs Mays mother Mrs Zerilda Jones and son Charles at Wyoming for several days Garnander d Sunday visitedhelpissprings some and was a great to the wheat that was sown attendedCourt John S Anderson continues isbettertinues poorly Bart Wilson of Nicholas coun Jamesob H Mrs W 0 Butler of Cinci joined her husband who h U daughtMrsmonths GOPebbleW S Anderson wife anddaughter of Odessa visited the family of Jasper Gardner Satur day night and Sunday tisMill hisfather takeercare le health WRodgeisill 1OUO possession given at on CeWm dautost theyhadoJohn Stephens bought an aged mare of Dr B McClurefor125 James Gardner is on the si list f f IJii LV r A On the morning of Oct 11 1908 Jesus sent the death angel to the home of John and Ida Whitton and took from them their precious little girl Mollie DIShe was born Feb 2 1902 was sick but a short time AI II that loving hands could do tva done but Jesus said Suffer lit tie children to come unto me forbid them not for of suchandI the Kingdom of Heaven lie leaves a father mother an a host of relatives to mourn their loss We say to the bereavedj sweetlweep ones for we feel sure she is rest ing in the arms of our SaviorI Upper Prick y Ash Almanza Stone wife and little niece Lillian Case went Sunday to visit relatives in Fleming Co ladweek from a severaldays vis to T J Carr and family near t Sterling Mrs Daniel Harper accompa niel by Mrs Maggie Ella and Sallie Harper spent Wcdnesday nomt Russell Shrout and wife we to housekeeping last week in ouse on his father B F Shroutsj accotnpaen Roes Run home Saturday ofI Mrs Miranda Warner return home to Berry Tuesday of at after a visit to her sister rs Dollie Lyter and other relatives Fletcher Donaldson and family recently of Oklahoma moved farmh ont Olympia Our box supper was quite a success socially We had a good nicelybehavedboys from other places who helped us out The proceeds amounted to over 11 Many thanks the young ladies who furnishe the boxes and to home boys also B F Roberts and wife returned Saturday from Hot Sprin where he had been for the fit of his health Frank Downs returned Sund from Straight Creek Mrs Dr Clark has been sic but is better at this time Quite a crowd of youngsters this place went possum hunti Monday night They were Algin Clark and wife Sid Warrenwi isand daughter Edna Misses A Costigan and Lizzie Swarts Mr Lloyd Costigan and John nix They caught two possu and report a good time confinsed wee ks with rheumatism stMrs Algin Clark and Miss Li Owingsvihopping Ile Mrs Lizzie Shultz and Miss shoppingSalt in Mrs F Slesser has return byherRobert Hart is sick with some thing like diphtheria Mooros Ferry A good rain here Friday which was badly needed Born Oct 21 to Johnson Van andingham and wife a girl Boone Ingram and family several days last week with Phelps at Johnson Station Mont gomery county Died Friday morning Mrs Alfred Withrow She sick but a short time She laid to rest in the Hedrick gresHyard Saturday afternoon Leonard Cassity of Owings ville spent Saturday night and Sunday with his fatherJonathan Cassity annd ek to spend a few days with form smis Elsie and Willie Otis return j home Monday and Willies vi will stay with her mother a father Thomas Jones and wi near Salt Lick until Chrismasd Boone Injrram has gone WestJ choathir garet Purvis wife of Sam Pur inlpoor some was laid to rest in the Purvis etery near Peasticks Church M day She was the daughter Purvis deceased She lea thighje l Stoops- Corncribbing has begun in some fields Yield is gooda vklinois 1 fii K F A i J L Turkeybuyers are out looking lover the prospects toIPeople were delighted agai Friday thinking we were going to have a rain but were served with another disappoint mentIJack Goodpastcr came from I hdis IlllhigIIIt has been prophesied that Bryan is elected the Master tv shut off the waterworks for thej next four years Thats probably the reason they have been shut eft for sometime Mrs Fannie Smith of Shaw hessre csitjPrickly Ash were visitors here last week plantedI su ll it of broom torn tifartucky farmers should know that pantreaBefore another issue of this per reaches its readers the great election will be over It is to be hoped that a few States will not be carried by Tom Watson Clell Goodan of near Owing ville and James Wellsof Fran fort Kansas came Saturday to visit relatives Crooks Clarence McCarty wife and son Mrs E B Cart daughters of Vstrelatives here several days last week Bro Blevins preached at t v night Sundcrand Sunday night were six additions to the church Charlie Mack and wife of Olympia visited relatives here Sunday Mdurday gstieSaturday cmayir wifes f th j son Jess and family here wifengfel fefKing relatives at Salt Lick limnear Kendalls Springs just as sun was going down leaving- the earthfilled with its raidi light but the home of Mr Gin tozmu had been confined to her ro only about two weeks Nannie Ginter was a daughter of James and Nannie Ginter the former deceased She was mar edrigid to Dick Ginter when Ul young To this union trrachild were born Albert aged 16 Chesnie aged 13 years She united with the Christian church 20 years ago She prayed for the final hour to come when she not afraid to meet her God Theall family has the sympathy of their- many friends in their sad loss We have lost our darling mother She has bid us all adieu hLitThough all pain at times She smiled a smile of heave birth And when the angels called her vashome farewell to earth eaven retaineth now our tr ure keepsder Where our sainted mother sleeps LOOKED AFTER HE LEAPEDt Prof Helbach I presume he said Yes sir Are you alone Yes doorfe ndIseh in he placed a bundle a one up in a yellow handkerchief the table and opened it It contained a yellow mineral sub herThere look at that pfessar 0 professor a I call it iron pyritesdanWhat aint Jlsgood nothingits py ritesAnd putting some in a sho over the fire it soon evapora f up the chimney Well said the visitor with woebegone look there is a idow in our town that has ace hill f ull of that and I have married her Detroit NewsTribune t i iJe V A t r uuu Commissioners SaIHI BATH CIRCUIT COURT Pltnif vs Notice P jBydcred by the Bath Circuit Court 1aboabt case the undersign pulthe1908 at about 1 p m sell to the hest bidder at public front of the Courthouse door in Owingsville Kentucky the tillo i lOne brown stallion 8 year sold one bay stallion four years old ani0 property of defendant P H Ste i thetyand costs aggregating on day sale H52Sale will be made on a ere of three months the porches will be required to execute a go bond with good security for t pu plaifper annum from day of sale untilI thplevin thpaCommissioners Salev BATH CIRCUIT COURT Jfkingsville Ky plff vs Noti S rcByBath Circuit Court rendered at October term 1908 in above yled case the Mas ter Commissioner will on the DAY of NOVEMBER 1908 toey at the Courthouse door Owingsville Kentucky a parcel ofreal estate lying in the town of Owingsville Ky bounded as follows on the east by the rs Cuthbert Crouch on est by the lot of Limas Miller tjonditiecosts to satisfy which said sale will be made1on day of sale willI a Sale will be made on a ere purchaserprice ridofJ master commissioner bearing G cent interest per annum oiingThe purchase price will remain a en on the property until it is aid ID W DOGGETT M C B C C W Gnoflnastm Attv anteeCHILDHOODila mt e i1the holiest day more saci3d stil i with hand of fire 0 weird musician thy harp strung with Apollos golden hair fill the vast cathedral aisles with symphonies teforenptouch and kiss the moonlit waves and charm the lovers wandering mid vine clad hills But know your sweetest strains are discords compared with childhoods ll appy laughthe laugh that fills everyheart Thembiledthe hungry hobo youmythe charitable lady UNot at dis season uv de yea replied the personally conducted tourist but in risWhat do you eat thena skJed ladySnowballs the hobo tatersferAnd having dodged a flat iron hurrieddown eMondayman did not arrive at the usual washingfamily of a nia town When she appeared some ti housedescendedgreatly edified by the tvoma explanation Nomcarefully removing ornamented by a volumin sickhadiseased brothers remainers ti sent from Pittsburg day re yistiday Lippindotts ROOMedFOR RENT Under OUTLOOK Office 40 feet andllar dry JOHN W HONAKER t t 1 e 7 xi f is1 J I Commissioners Sale BATH CIRCUIT COURT Vivian P Watts Plff r NoticeHenry j virtue of a judgment ren by the Bath Circuit Court at its October term 1908 in the ve styled case pending there in the undesigned will sell at lic outcry to the highest and bidder at the Courthouse door OvtinbSville Bath county Ky at about one oclock p mt MONDAY 1908 5 two parcels of realestate lying an the waters of Slate Creels in Bath county Ky one of whicH is described as follows buckeyei r4f Chastains six hundred acre sur= vey thence E to Slate Creek nce up Slate Creek on west side the mouth of Bulls Branch SlateIEritothence N 80 poles to Raglands withItthe west side of Slate Creek ence south to the creek thence the crock on the west side originalline rthe beginning containing 13Gfi tr- es excluding therefrom how er 5 acres 3 roods and 21 poles of land conveyed to James M nes by Ann Wilson on March 5 also 4 acres of land conveyl Stephenseads and 02 poles of land con therefrom by Ann Wilson toJ Goodpaster on March 13th 1857 to which deeds and the T2 1cords thereof in the Bath ratlsa id exclusions leaving in the aboutoneinland being the same land cbn veyed to said H C Mead by J rL B Goodpaster by deed of date andthe54 at page 359 in theBath Coun Clerks office And the other adjoins the above scribed tract and is described follows x 2nd tract A certain lot tract or parcel of land bounded on the Dont r of Carpenter and those above de1 landsd t pester and on the west the ilands of Robt Donaldspny c o nY 4taining therein seventysix acres iland more or less being the s me land conveyed to said HC 4 Mead by Jacob Warner by deedzof date the 8th day of June deedCPounty Clerks office Both ls will be sold as one Sale will be nodeof six months the tractJbe required to execute oodsurety for the payable to the master 1 sioner bearing six per cent in terest per annum fronda e of le until paid a vmg the rce of a replevin bond Tho f urchase price will remain ion the land until it is paid r W DOGGUTT Com B Calie1 Robt H Whin and C Vi paster attorneys THE MUTUAL BENEFIT Life Insurance Co Newark N J f FHEDERICK FRFLINBHOYSEH JfatTHE LEADING ANNUAL DlVi Aledto r 0no1S 4dr 6err No Company has ever accom plishedbetter results for its Polr l W ELGIN Gen Agent 207 Court Street Maysville Ky 4 0 B BROTHER Agent rsOwin the Kyi FRUIT and ORAMENTAL J TREESTii t L I I Everything r Orchard Lawn and Garden We J t have no agents Catalogue IseKyns ii School Tax Dueart tatThe Owingsville Graded School District Tax is due Please pay now and avoid the penalty percent- S D THOMPSON Collector 12 S No feels more keenly the Iexactions of the railroads than a w has forgotten his pass h f l1-