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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 l tr Ii i fr I 4 II A 4 ss L t I iF 1 t bt niinoigllr utI ok = z t IVOL XXX OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOV 5 1908 NO 7 J I heJ mOrnmg news was F Taft had carried all the doubtful Ic v States of the North and West and fl overwhelmingly elected ISJk Kehoe seems to have defeated 1 Bennett by probably 500iBath county gave Bryan 265 plurality and Kehoe 206 j f It seems that Davis has defeat Scd Langley in the Tenth district and that Kentucky has 1 ocratic It also seems thatChan1 ler Democrat is elected Gov i27eniorof New York r lv Bnngyour job work to TilE S QUTLQOK office I I 1 15AJEI1is Byron of h Dayton Tenn s amc tip Tuesday to vote 4 it Best i0 5cb st outing 9c t for cash at Mrs Estills t IuKT The Presbyterian Church has c Ibeen repaired and painted3 I 1 1 Go to Mrs Estills for ch- ildts rens saques and caps cheap V The furnace for the High V chool building rived tv londaYIt The latest report f 7S Louise waS that was z improvingv f Bring me your eggs Highest market price paid for them in j EstillsI f Oix Monday Nov 16 the gunS ners can shoot game lawfully v for six weeks thereafter andI i i The11c ti county ry IS the next thing of interest to look forward to rq Rev 3 M Sedgwick of Mo bi1e Alawill preach atthe Pros v H J 4I rCChurch next Sunday kl Hogkilling Thanksgiving and j istQ Jook forward to be hebluie days of winter come 00 tM v we CiQnsfudcn t B t tl1e ICY W e ariC I i 1ispdteMEChurchSuday dngh In Democrat of l i Fnkfrt i4e a strongsch to reaudice at tlit Court SIt1d9f i B9iYe fei a1r stockS nCT lLowhoe the wildestIwie 1without danger totheanimal tf ST T t Old CrimptCam Friday morn ing5and has loafed about ever clrce somewhat disappointed that there is no water standing out + VfdO to frceze t llNxii AFTER ELECTION The Jsurveving corps of the C K railroad which has been work t inrinBourboh county stopped to resume if Taft is elect 1 fed but not if Bryan wins rL 3HALtoVEENiNG The1 r r hadadelirious time last Saturiay- I if nigktrand toiledand sweated in I the firm belief that they were do J14l Sing aometh1Dgfunny in moving P9Ita 1eproperty to unseemly S 0 I RESIDENCE BURNED The res 1 11 JUCIKBUI Hiiiuei Shultz Jr pn 1 iiJ Mud Lick burned Friday night jtSjg supposed that it caughtfrom I l fire Nothing of conse quece wag saved from thc burn llbuilding 4 f SBNi TO ASYLUM Marshall IG Johnson aged 18 years1fzom the 4 oothwestern part of the county f iwaBitned here and ordered sent St t the insane asylum He had I been in Uncle Sams service in t I Oregon and became deranged l f ADVERTISED LETTERSLetl iJ if t addressed to the following trrme uncalled for in the Ow y i ce 1 1908 t 11 1 i Thoecaflingforsamewillplease 4 LlJ y are advertisedS r A Fields W T Young W j R Perry Ike Steneny Lewis SWood AutherBarines Miss Ah Jute Sargent Mrs JasARetfett I i 1rJ4i STORE AND PbSTOFFICE BURN sbThe general store of J S r frMcClure at Pebble was burned wasCj 34i4urnce The ppstofiice was mthestoreIti destroyedtf cendiarjr origin t as Mr McClure 4 t had received a number of warn r1l1ginoti es He entto Lexing j 14ton for bloodhounds to come next t da but they vnocI4e lj fi I j f rJ J t L 1 WtiF ce25SC j p PERSONAL Dr I W Jones was in Lexing ton Thursday on business Alex Conner attended Circuit Court at Morehead last week Mr and Mrs Waddell of Mil lersburg visted Miss Kate Connor last week Eugene Minihan and wife returned Friday from a visit at covington and Cincinnati Miss Ruth McClintock of Mil lersburg came last week to visit Ifer sister Mrs TM Perry Mrs Effie May I1IyersofSoutiI ern Ky is visiting Mrs JohFConner of upper Prickly Asb Mrs J B Goodpaster w e n t last week to visit her niece Mrs T Johnson Clancy in Louisville Miss Margaret Walden of Salt Lake City Utah came this week to visit her uncle Dr A W Wal denS WillIiOwingsvilleMonda upfromnoon in time to vote returning dayI Barber and Ar of Louisville and Clarence Rowan county powerjofcame election Mrs John W Honaker and two little sons spent from Wednesday till Thursday with her sister Mrs James H Wood in Mt Sterling Miss May Daugherty returned home from a protracted visit to her sisters Mrs Claude Paxton and Mrs W L Killpat rick in Mt Sterling Dr and Mrs I W Jones were dbmerFridayWarner at their country home on Slate Creek west of town Judge C W Goodpaster and wife visited the latters mother Mr3 Jennie lAlists at Mt Sterling last week Judge Good Ialirsx Jane after ayisit tojher brothers John arid James frillonrof this town and sister css Gloverof Flat Greek jV I home to Eat St nfa Illinois v SeWvT Jones and son No ior callknfrom a visit to W W Razor and other relatives in the Salt Lick neighborhood Mrs Anna Richards who accompanied her sister Mrs R A onIed home last weekI Joseph Hart wife and little daughter Victoria returned to their home in Georgetown Ill Saturday after a threeweeks visit to his parents Wm Hart and wife andother relatives on Roes Run l J J Lacy returned Wednesday of last week from a visit to his sister Mrs R P DeGraffenreid atMuskogee Ind Territory Mrs Lou Lacy his mother who went out there with him remain ed for a protracted visit 1 Mrs F P Gudgell and daugh ter Miss Louise went down Wed nesday of last week to Louisville where they were joined by Dr Gudgell Thursday and on Satur day a dangerous surgical opera was performed on Miss Louise byMrturned home last week from work with the C K Yo surveying corps in Bourbon county Chas Brother also came by way of Mt Sterling where he visited his sis ter Mrs S S Pinney KINSMAN OF BATH C o u N T F0LICSJohn W Kern candi date for Vice President a cous in of Simeon and Barton Kerns and the other families of thename in this county When Mr Kern learns how ofhis connections in Nicholas county have voted for him we are confident he will restore the s which his branch of the family seems to have roppedfor he will then rejoice in plural form of the name and the plurality of his kith and kin Carlisle Democrat Barton Kerns is well known to a at many of our people hav ingresidedin the county formany years and of late spends part of the time with his sonin law John Allen of Harpers Branch i i t ilit 1 ityt r i r lt JfHC i i 4 BURLEY TOBACCO SOCIETY Inasmuch as the country has been flooded with false ma licious statements in regard to the Burley Tobacco Socity its purposes its management and its prospects we believe it an op portune time to correct these statements and inform our members In the first place why this great interest in the welfare of the grower on the part of newspapers warehousemen speculators and trust buyers an inter est which is newborn and had ho 10wIIaway in the tobacco trade This interest and these misstatements and criticisms come from a few honest people who believe the organization responsible for law lessness and who have not look ed deep enough into the situation to find out that this lawlessness is caused by previous lawlessness on the part of the trust and is the blind effort of a few unreas oning men who seekto remedy one wrong with another and who strike back because they them selves are hurt With this excep tion these false statements come from venal sources from men who for a consideration or from private interest seek to overthrow this organization of farmers A great outcry has beenmade about extravagant salaries it is sufficient to state that though over four million dollars have been distributed to growers not one cent of salary has been paid to any member of the District Board the Executive Committee or the President himself And when salaries are voted and paid they will be so reasonable that no fairminded grower will grudg6 one cent of them to the men who have done the work planned the business and stood the attacks and criticisms ofthose who wish ed the failure of this movement Of the ten percent reserve eight per cent is deposited in the various counties where it will do the farmers most good and at no distant day the greater part by far will be distributed to the individual growers It has been stated that too mush has been charged fcr hand ling tobacco in only a few instances has more been charged brithis service than is the usual for the same And in t AeHtnsis tlcre were other onEfits tf3W l thatmore than countbaai charge and in no c any profit to the Bu Society or its manager charges In most cas forward to this i clearly shown that the t tered voluntarily iritdSa private contract to pity the fees when he was free to Tiav mde other and better contract or nave done the work himself From some sources it has been claimed that the tobacco has lost too much in weight mistakes are liable to occur in any business but it is a queer fact tiat such losses are reported more f re quently on tobacco stored and sampled in the oldestablished warehouses of the cities than on tobacco in the equity warehouses in the counties this disproves the charge or insinuation of misman agement or graft on the part of the Society The trust hasused every means to disrupt our Society It has paid the independent grower more money for the 1906 and 1907 crops than they ever dreamed of get ting it tempted our own members to violate their contract by offering unheardof prices it is offering still higher prices for the 1908 crop It has substituted inferior tobaccos and sought to starve us out It has refused to buy any considerable amount of our tobacco at our prices and has made no bona fide effort to buy at any price but in the face of all this we present a solid front The Burley Tobacco Society still exists and is doing business at Winchester and our prospects are brighter than ever We have or ders for 1907 tobacco which if filled will consume nearly all of that crop The crop of 1908 was cut out beyond our most sanguine expectations and the great drouth has still further diminished the supplyLet and every county hurry in their samples so that the 1907 crop can be priced and both crops sold Above all let every farmer discourage intemperate talk and more intemperate acts Law and order are worth more than all tobacco crops Lawlessness and the fear of lawlessness has done us incalculable injury The So ciety has never countenanced any violation of the law We believe in the majority ruling but we in rl 11 Have You Tried the Pocket c t u For the fait mid winter trade I have the largest and best stock I have ever carried The celebrated Shield brand clothing the Selx and other good makes of shoes hats overcoats notions furnishing goods etc With more than thirty years experience and with onefourth the expense of other houses in this line I can and will sell you goods at less price than any store in this or any neighboring town Everything represented a- tGILLONS in the Pocket Owingsville Ky D 1est1yalongwithwatch that you can depend on to xnett the condltlonsot the Uf you lead We wish you would call and see our line of beautiful South send Watcbea whatItof pastWe1 nomy of baying a South Bend JWatch if ou will ask us W- eauaraut them to beta tis factory timekeepers Re member the South Bend Watch frozen In ice stin keeps perfect tilDe Goods SEDUCED PRICES 19 ve will sell nt the prices scJOutingCotton Th 85 9e- Canton Cotton 6 9 lOc Ginghams 68t lOc Woollen Dress Goods 35 40 4550 55c- Ladies5UniierwcarsuiK v 45c suit 25 35c MensI garment 45c Mens 0 vi r ills pair 35 20c Menfr VVrA Shirt BoyS iVork Shirt Line knee 396 N 1 DES NTUCly Y iIN t to use gas in Mt we are with AND we are for than Mt 154t sist it mustrule by lawful means and not by force We insist that those who have into con tracts shall be made to abide by BURLEY TOBACCO SOCIETY by The Executive Committee HALLOWEEN PARTY Miss Juelda Conner entertained about forty of her with a Hal nightThesheets and pilow slips and looked the occasion were indulged in and The guests enjoyed themseves to the limit PRIMARY DECLARED OFF JudgeAWYoung and A R White for Common wealths Attorney the Democratic Committee of the 21st Ju dical district composed of Bath Menifee and Row SterlingWednesday mary off for November 10 and and White the nominees CountyCourt I j J A POWER JEWELER OPTICIAN DEALKU IN WatchesClocks JewelrySilverware Optical Sewing Machines- GRAPHOPHONES ETC REPAIRING A SPECIALTY OWINGSVILLB KY Nice South Bend Watches Beginning Monday October following 4550cI ILadiesMens Socks 5 25c Mens Work Gloves 10 90c Mens ntS90c250M-ens Suits O9OO Boys Suits paiils 1 300 160ILJ s 1 owl81 4 Jl S OT1 l IJFa cGAI N S HEATING STOVES Owing the of natural Sterling overstocked AIRTIGHT HARD COAL BURNERS which offering less mallu- filctUlelspriccs PREWITT fiOWELL Sterling Kentucky entered proIcess friends ptirposeAll APPeitlzing Montgomery Young 1Tfr V M5 THORNSBURGS DEATH Van M Thornsburg fell over in the field while shucking corn Thursday morning Oct 29 and dayApoplexy BethelSaturdayDeceased was 74 years old last September He was a native of this county and was raisedon Salt Lick Creek He married Miss Josephine Bush of Clark county and resided the balance of his life in Bethel precinctnear the Nicholas line His wife and three children survive Laura wife of J W Reid of Little Jor dan Nicholas county Mollie wife CapbothA sister Mrs Wills of Salt Lick also survives Mr Thornsburg was a good man firstclass reputationteemed by his community His manyfriends CoNVICTEDIMrs years and her 18yearold son were tried last Thursday in the Sharpsburg Police Court on the charge of stealing corn from a thirtyland i C Jt 701Jbi i r BUGGY ROBES XXXXXS 1 Just opened a nice new uptodate stock pf BUGGY ROBES and 5 HORSE BLANKETS The goods are the best and the price is very low J Handmade Saddles arid Harness t are the cheapest for they wear and are safer to use iBuy a MINIHAN SlfHliSTG SAl3 IlE Y they are the easiest riding wear longest and wont hurtthehorse 4 MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED5tr EUGENE MINIHAN RACKET STORE EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODYI I have a new line of ladies corsets in several different styles so come in and save money by buying the Jackson corset Dont for xoget the Racket Store sells more candy for 5c than anywhere else iEverybody seems to want post cards so why not come in and tlook through my line Dont forget theRacket keeps the largest line of lamps in town so come in and select one for your sweet heart as a Christmas present u u 48elLadiesChildrens Heavy suit 25c Childrens Hoods 25c Childrens Caps 25 20 15 lOc Childrens Gloves 15 lOc Childrens Belts lOc Childrens Shoes light to neavy l25to 50c Mens Work Shirts5025cI Fine 75 SOc Heavy 100 Sweaters 50c Boys 25c II Work Shirts 25c Suspenders 15 10 5c Mens Suspenders 40 25 15 lOc The Highest Cash Poultry JaR i jj 01 to r ore H w ard Payne Moffett and Miss Bet tie were married last week tit the of the brides parents EB Saunders and wife near by Rev Partee the and bridegroom were present Mr and Mrs Moffett the ceremony for bri dal trip to to Cincinnati The bride is sister of Mrs A N Crooks whom she has visited frequently Mr Moffett is the youngest child of the late ZT Moffett rAcciDEN TO BOY RobertShields son Wick aged 10 years while riding horseback Sunday afternoon at the home farm on Flat Creek fell off of the horse stirruplIeover the rough ground and was badly The stirrup leather finally broke and released the dangerouslyhurt FIGHT IN CHURCH Two six boys by the name of Teal and Swarts engaged in fight over precedence to a seat in the midst of religious services at Shrouts schoolhouse Monday night The lights were all put out and a number of women faint from the fight Some men put everything off till tomorrow with the exception young man goes around looking as if he hadnt a friend on earth it is either a case of love or woman writes letter to anr d9cumentportance 1 cS OWINGSVILLE 1 IIGloves 125985025 lOc 150eIMens t Mens Fancy Socks 25 15 lOc x Mens Heavy Fleecelined 7 15 lOc Ladies Fancy Hose SQaEo t ol5 lorlOc Ladies Heavy Flcfciea Hose 15 IOC Ladies Wool Hose 25c Ladiess 105c Ladies Gloves 100 50 iOC Ladies Corset Covers50 v JtPrice Paid For and glsr MAXEY home bride bruised When Successor 1 to t Jn i aWeflfl f I F9R VIICINAI Serd C 0W- iite i t t tI Telephone ROSE RUN IRON cdY1KENTUCKYOIYMP1A i ETTSAUNDERS o Sharpsburg BaptistChurch a a teenyearold frightduring putthema indigestion- A a q SocksS Handkerchiefs t4 I GOT WHAT HE ASKED Foscr I heAtlanta Spurred on by newspaper tauiits oftheptjhibition met an old negro whose condition he considered suspicious Say uncle he whispered with a wink do you know where I could get some whisky St I spec mebbe J kin you sum if yer gii me de money replied v the suspected one Well here is a two dollar bill t UeyhereNowhurry i Yes boss ef Yerll jist hole dis box uv shoes fer me and the policeman had the box under his arm before he knew it while the darkie shambled off down the cornerThinking trait and would soon have an im portant prisoterandwjtnesswith- the goods on him the sleuth waited in patience An hour had v W 1 m iIWeary r iysuddenly 4havecarefully wrapped a full quarto i whisky Q When a woman wants a new letuPonherwith the priceI A man can always flatter wo man by guessing her age at ten years under what he thinks it is Between a practical man and a genius the is the form er usually makes a living for his family f j y 1c F1 P r 4 2- a I r lMRS ASTOR IS DEAD s AMERICAN SOCIETY LEADER PASSES AWAYS A J LONG A SOCIAL LIGHT New York Woman Who Was Known as First Among Country Aria t tocrats Taken by Doath s Heart Trouble Cause Now York Mrs William Astor liicir asthe social leader of New York died Friday night of heart disease at her home on Fifth avenue For nearly tour weeks Mrs Astor who was 82 years old had been in it a critical condition owing to the return 1of a heart affection that had given her trouble for years There is not a name in the social register that is so well known from one end of the land to too other as I that of Mrs Astor Despite her ad I vancing years Mrs Astor continued to hold her social domination up to a year ago when falling hoIth com pelled her to retire into comparative seclusion s In III Health a YearTIt was in the summer S Mrs AstorS friends learned of her ill health While she was abroad last jyearher eons CoL John Jacob Astor r made the announcement that Beech wood the summer home of Mrs Astor at Newport would not be opened and this led to the discovery that Mrs Astor was in poor health Word came later from Mrs Astor while she wasP in Paris saying that she would open her Newport villa and that she would make the season there one of the gay yearsI was not fulfilled how ever for when Mrs Astor returned from abroad she broke down In Boston and had to return to New York She had remained at her home ever since I Society Functions In History I The society functions given and pre f aided over by Mrs Astor have gone t down into history as the most brilliant on record It is said that the ballroom t In the mansion on Fifth avenue would accommodate iOOO people It was I Mrs Astor who established the famous tN 400 her visiting list being conflned I to that number of names In 1905 a 3however Mrs Astor was said to have let down the bars when she Invited 1200 persons to one of the most inera J orable social events ever given In New fw YJ York Mrs Astor received her guests p at these gatherings seated Ina high r t backed chair beneath a portrait of 6 lierselL painted by Carolus Duran Spouse Not Tall Socially t The Astor jewels were worn by Mrs i 1 iAstor on these occasions It is said 1 the stor emeralds are the finest In the Worldltf f William Astor who died in Paris in 11 I 19z took little part In the social ac tlvitlw his wife enjoyed Mrs Astor I r before uarriage was Miss CarUJ I Schermerhers Ldanghtcr of AbrAa of Y1 t Bcherawrkpni a w fl4odi ereit I e 3owa married to Wilifirn At ki l BeipteHibey23 1853 obn 3acobi ii wssthelr y son There ltl d 4 cjtajtkq1ttlKS two of them Mrsj VIe 1afgaa nrQIle Wilson sri now 1ing The eldestIaugkt Miss h rrled y V LL cUM1rlrt t jIATTLEi REAOdpiC i1 s Guid u d f IlIhtV ii ChlnessPorL J t I 4 Xc ttt AoyEight battleships comprla i1a4hesecond squadron of the Amerl 44eiit1Atlantlcie t under command of V H Emory ari 1 rIrtUlerel1da7J11Orn nc after an un eventful voyage from Yokohama To the Chinese the visit of the Americans t Is of tarreachlnr Importance and t every preparatloa has been made not oaly to extend to the representatives 1 71r tofthe United States a flattering wel come but to impress upon them r Ju Chinas desire for even more cordial reltloas with the republic than haver ferevalled hitherto v Montgomery Again Convicted Kttsburg Pa William Mont eaery cashier of the Allegheny I National bank until the discovery of it shortage In its funds fover fL350 WO early last summer necessittti dosing thef Institution I aeeecIt1JB this week found hiWednesday of embezzlement and Jstnwtlon otfuaiSs his peculations ii- I athe two cued amounting to 613000 TsJs case involved jhV abstraction of 144eoeworth of the bank bonds and 1iatte rstcase Montgomery of rnO testimony in defense Victim of Crime Is Found- Slpr Detroit Mich The almost and 9pyearsj old iwas found Thursday Ina 4 drlT1llgytr W1IahlplH mans t was cutl t ftoBe r to er there was a bullet I kele te pit teapleiud the back cf ls r head wu crashed la Apparently ke I Iks4 heea dead three weeks q L V fieM Wreckt Two Drswnss Baltissore MtLi The schpoaer Charles Si Hlrsch lumber laden from i Srmaswis tor BaltlsMreWas wrecked s Mat Paul Oamitte lifesaving station N CCaItt ank Hunter and five 00 Kjg sailors were rescued la the breeches AV fcuey by 1eutnr but U1ecoct f it ad one sailor were drowned i jC VIr Rear Admire Cowden Retired f1 f WashisgtonRear Admiral Alfred Pl Reynolds Cbwden was placed on the tt 2 retired list pf the navy Friday lils 4 eIxtyseoondbtrth4- ay vfvX 4 J Decapitated by RedHot Wire ssv 1iJic ClevelandOErlck Els wafc decap jfcrt- fuated Wednesday at the Anieriqa n Wire Company mills While 1 tm drawing redhot wire it broke and 2 S fClled about ls1eck His neck was c through in a few seconds by t c i thai hot wire completely severing1 his J tf head from his body fI 5 trtv 1 private Polish Schools Closed t K WarsawaAll the private Polish h tity schools have been closed by the gOY ft 0 rabra Jn retaliation orattackaupc in fJ j JL wvera1 1 st1ldHU I fifLrr ij i I t 1tt r fs v ffufr JI f tlt j ti ttJ rIii r r4 st 1 h 1 f o t r b j jt frper t i SQUADRON TOUCHES ISLES FIRST SECTION OF ATLANTIC FLEET AT OLONGAPO econd Division at Amoy China Tells Indifference of the Natives Few Pastes Cause Olongapo P IThe first squadron of the Atlantic battleship fleet arrived here Saturday tthroughouthehips have been occupied with squad preparaUonsjourney has been uneventful Wireless communication will be main tained with Manila while the fleet is at Olongapo Amoy Chinese people were Indifferent regarding the arrival here Friday of the second squadron of the United States Atlantic fleet Only a few natives turned out to see the bat tleships composing the strongest naval force that ever entered this port Not more thin 100 Chinese guests wore admitted to the grounds on which the celebration planned for the reception of the American officers and sailors was held and resentment at the severe measures to exclude the apathyThes Mnv that the local officials have de clrihtt issue more than 60 passes to the Inclosure to British subjects and that In consequence he refused tolaccept one The fleet appeared oft TalTan Is havingbeentorpedo gunboat FeiYlng which escorted the visitors to their anchor a s iningleleadlngthey dropped their anchors at 930 oclock while the forts on shore andLthe flagship of the Chinese the HnlChl fired the usual salutes to which the Americans responded CHAIN THEMSELVES TO GRILLE S dInLondonSuffragette disturbances have driven the government to the un closingthethe e nveningdisplay of a placard and sudden shrill cries from the ladles gallery demand ing votes for women while simultane ously a bundle of handbills fluttered down from the strangers gallery at the opposite end of the chamber and a man shouted protests against Injus Uce to womentAttendants hurried to the galleries and Ute male offender was uncere pioniouiejected hut from the ladles gallery sounds were heard pfc a des badamyand resisted for a tme all efforts at removal crying continuously shrill tphes their demands foe Votes en wachedwlthami meat from the floor of the housebut draggedfrompaly after portions of the grille were removed with them PEACE STEPS BY BULGARIA Agrees to Compensate Turkey and Discharges the Reservists BofiLThe Bulgarian government Tuesday Informed the representatives ot the foreign powers here of Its ac ceptance of the principle of paying compensation to Turkey which has been the burden of persistent diplo matic representations during the past fortnight on the part of all the great This was arrived at bythecablnetTuesdaT morning after a long debate In which Emperor Fer dinand used all hlllnftuencan favor ot peace with ASa further step In thedfectlon of ace 60000 reservists tif be die barged at1 once Bearing the army at its normal trength 6f 60000- Memorial Service for Sterhburg Washington President and Mrs Roosevelt the dlpIomaUc corps the secretary of state aridfother high executive officials membjhijbf the su promo court jittd repee s of tile army apd siavr atnIed the me tlateGermanIamb Thursday Baroness Sternburg was accompanied by her mother Revs Paul A Menxel of the Lutheran church and Roland Cotton Smith of St Johns church led the service Morse Spars on Stand New York For more than six hours Friday Charles W Morse who a you ago was one of the dominant figures in Wall street sat in the witness chair lix the criminal branch of the United States circuit court endeavoring to de fend his financial operations Wilson Offered College Job Des Moines la Secretary James Wilson of the department of agricul ture and a member of the presidents cabinet has peen offered the place of president of the State Agricultural college of Colorado No Yaquls Slain Nogales Arls After a thorough in vestigation of the reported killing of 40 Yaquls Including Chief Bule in an encounter at Hermoalllo it may be said authoritatively that no foundation for the reports exist Fatally Shot by His Brother Valdosta aaNewswas received here of the probably fatal shooting of Alfred Boon by his brother Babe Boon In Echpls county Both are un tIer 21 years old the sons of a promi neat farmer t CongoBrus R D Mohun leader of the American ex pedltlqn in the Congo state that be golduBItrtcL ft j1 i c JT M f1 C I JIA NIGHTMARE TO BETTER FARMERS LIFE UPLIFT COMMISSION GIVES OUT ITS ITINERARY OneDay Hearings Will Be Held First In South Then Through Entire Westboitineraryfvelts farmers uplift commission was tibertyplanning for the investigation of farm ers life in this country The commission will hold Its first ofMarylandwill then go south and the next ten ays will be spent on hearings in the south of Washington and east of the Mississippi river During this separataIn gobetweenight of November 7 the day after Maryland meeting Dean Bailey will Journey to Philadelphia and there address the American Academy of Po litical Science on the work of the country life commission Washingtonthe commissioners will meet the mas ers of the state granges and the farm UnitedStthey will meet with the delegates of th Association of Colleges and Ex periment Stations Oil the night of iobeisee and Texas swinging up through Thenorthernand4 pcky mountain group will be coy couut17s partyIllington on December 18 The hearing In otithot44of Decemt j ofthewith the party on part of the trip and professlonaJmenThe hearings will be of onedays dura tion each JAMES KERR PASSES AWAYI Democratic National Committeeman Dies at New Rochelle N Y New York James Kerr Dem ocratic national commltteeman from Pennsylvania died Saturday Newkochellean Intestinal disorder which had made him practically an Invalid for a year His wife and sons were with him at the end William J Bryan visited Mr Kerr last Monday and the latter was much elated over the visit of the Democratic ImmedlatelyII weakened condition Thero have been several consultations of physicians qsdetermined layLaConfesses Big Theft Jailed Sac City IaWiIl H Pettls former county treasurer Tuesday pleaded guilty in the district court to embez sling 27000 of the funds of the coun ty and was sentenced to ten years in the penitentiary- At a previous term of court he had maintained hIs Innocence and his change of plea came as a great sur prise He was at once taken to prison Storm Kills Boy In the East New YorkrMany accidents one of which resulted in the death of a 12 yearold schoolboy in the Bronx wore reported throughout the city Friday as a result of the 40mile on hour northwest gale that had New York in its grip Two Killed byTraln x Bloomington William Doyle and William Flnney of Mason City were struck by a Chicago Peorla St Louis switch engine at Petersburg Friday and killed Cannon Hit by W C T U Denver ColThe thirtyfifth annual convention of the National Womans Christian Temperance union came to an end Wednesday night with a gen eral jubilee In which all tho states represented took part by reporting the great gains In membership made din ing tho year It was announced that a gain of 20000 In membership had been made Several resolutions were adopt ed one expressing posltlou to the reelection of Speaker Joseph 0 Can non to the national house of teprt aentatlves I Z0 J t f i ROOSEVELT AIDS HEALTH MOVE Promises to Make Recommendation In liNsxtNew York That President Roose velt has agreed to recommend to congress In his next message tina passage of a law to conserve the health similar to the one proposed y the American Medical association was the statement made In an cddress before the New York Academy of Medicine by Dr Charles A L Reed of Cincinnati chairman of the associa committee on national medical legislation In speaking on the cam paign for national health laws Dr Reed said On the heels of the various steps forward I am gratified to be able to assure you that the president has au thorized the statement that he will formulate definite proposals and trans mit them with his Indorsement to the next ongress It now devolves upon the 13000 doctors In the United States not only to back tho president in his work but to anticipate those actions by a persistent campaign In behalf of this fundamental feature of the public welfare NEW FARMERS ORGANIZATION Society of Equity Is Formed at Indl napolls Convention Indianapolis IndThe Farmers hereirepresentatives ffcm a numb r of states The constitution of the so ciety embodies practically all of the basic principles of the American So ciety of Equity thelIrlnclp l change being that all delegatst the con ventlohs of hosocjety must be pro ducing farmers The following officers were elected J A Everltt pf Indianapolis presl CttrMlchIndlanapollstreasurer The directors are N N Ashby of Sebree Kyj J A Myers of Ramsey N J R Sherad of Kegfl IaWHMltcheUot UIt- ics n tt i ter M- AUTO Aw Thus Aeronauts 17 ing Point Easii Indianapolis Ind Something new n aeronautics was attempted here Friday afternoon when a monster balloon with a capacity of 110000 cubic feet of gas shot up into the air with an automobile In the place where a basket Is usually suspended The ascension was made in the north part of the city the balloon carrying twc Occupants Carl G Fisher of India apolis and G L Baumbaugh of Spring field Ill The Idea of the aeronauts In using an automobile instead of the usual basket Is to bo able to Immedi ately roll up the balloon load It in the automobile and return to the place of starting or other destination Two Men Burned to Death New York Oct 30Hemmed In 1P flames and unable to escape from We basement of a business house In Duane street Henry Jones and David Mahoney were burned to death Thursday night and William Settgast was so seriously burned about the face and hands that he will probably die The men were employed by the firm of Stilman Engel manufacturers of celluloid novelties and they were at work when a barrel of celluloid caught fire Belgium to Rule Congo Washington Belgium Is to assume sovereignty over the Congo which has been annexed treaty oa the fif teenth of November says a dispatch tothe state department Orvllle Wright Goes Home Washington Delighted with the prospect of returning to his home at Dayton 0 Orvllle Wright the aero pianist whose flights at Fort Myer dur ing September held the attention of the world Saturday left the hospital Abruzzl to Wed In Secret Naples The latest sensation to be reported concerning the duke of the Abruzzi and Miss Katherine ElkIns Is that the couple will marry privately and unknown to the public In order to escape the curiosity of the crowd Will Help Catch Night Riders Muskogee Okla Tho Texas and Oklahoma AntlHorsa Thief association in convention hew Thursday adopted a resolution pledging its 10000 memo bers to usslst in the arrest and prose cution of night riders It also decided to memorialize President Roosevelt to stop the shipping of liquors into this state by Missouri and Arkansas liquor dealers to minor children Tho asso clatlon officers claim to have evidence that liquor Is being shipped Into the state to boys and girls 12 and 14 yen rn of age t X f fL f TEDDY BEARS LED THE GIRLS WHO TRANSPARENCIESi Wellesley litical Parade In College Grounds Boston Mass Nov 2The girls ol Wellesley college with torches gleefully waved held a political parade on the college grounds Saturday right Republicans Democrats Solciallsts riedmentionedlt thcarriedand a big My Policies on their trans parency And then there were the Rough Riders gay in sombrero and khaki and Teddy Bears carrying teItaceMan Just One Bill and so oneThe Prohibs were the andu cleverest of the lot Rum is Bun was one of their devices No Ladles Smoke another They had a real water wagon and charming bathing girls bore banners which proclaimed hComeChildrens Brigade In long curls and short skirts shyly suggested For Our Sake Vote NorBut ho real leading ladles of the arade were the Deserted Vives their hair streaming over their mournful Mother Hubbards They clutched convulsively at suggestive long white bundles and their woe was too deep for tear Bryan was Impersonated by Eliza b T JaftMiss Marjorie Hoyt Mr Roosevelts w inhileCasc laollegeWIFE BURNED IN HER BED Husband Overturned Lamp and Caused Destruction of Their Home Wilmington Del Nov 2Golng homo Intoxicated here Sunday morn- Ing and tailing asleep in tho kitchen Jacob Larklns aged 341 upset a lamp a N pinaecond floor was burned to a crisp Larkins was arrestedsThe police are having difficulty in aolvlngthe affair Larkins says when h h wisto reach her but In vain and narrowly escaped himself Neighbors sounded l aivedkeep them from entering tie house He was overpowered however and the firemen then found the charred bollyot the Wife jit bed The dwell log was gutted PrlestPrevents Serious pariie Denver OlNov 2 Father J A Ryan assistant pastor at St Leos churchwas the hero of a fire that congregat1onshortly before noon when the edifice boY3bearingthe church decoratlor Father Rynn in a firm comrnrrInb wIce shouted jBe calm men take your time in get strllIme with them In less than pIle had conquered them an was one t rquoisipl persons from the burning neater Explosion Caused Fire on Steamer New York Nov 2The crew of the schooner Lulle L Pollard of Phila delphia were brought to port by the steamer Admiral Schley having been rescued at sea from their burning ves d bmal w chenlion The members of the crew were In serious danger when rescued HlccoughsAtlanta Van Dora Haskell a prominent citizen of Atlanta and leading official of the So ciety for Prevention of Cruelty to An- Imals In Georgia died here Sunday morning at an early hour after nuffer Ing for a week with a stubborn attack ot hiccoughs Mr Haskell was born in Mississippi in 1862 He served in the United States army and for soy tral years taught among the Indians Disastrous Blaze at Belton Tex Belton Tex Nov 2Fire start d by Halloween roysjterers destroyed the Belton compress and 10000 bales of cotton The loss will exceed 250 000 which Is covered by insurance Twenty residences were destroyed by the fire and water and 17 loaded freight cars burned which will in crease the total loss by 10000tFarmer Shot and Killed Foraker Okla Nov 2ln a polit ical quarrel here Frank S Seward a prominent hardware merchant and lo cal Democratic committeeman shut and killed John H Milan wellknown farmer of Pawhuska Okla Dr Ttjomas Injured New York Nov 2WhIle experi menting late Sunday with his wind wagon Dr Julius P Thomas the aer- onaut collided with a motorcycle at Morris park and was seriously Injured Boy Missing Canton III Nov 2Thepollcoal1 thorities have sent out a request to the departments of cities throughout the country to look out for Garret Leroy Cadwalader son of Mr I L Cad walader of this place who left his home AVtdneijtlay October 28 Big Plant Damaged By Fire Mulberry Fin Nov 2FJr de stroyed a largE portion of Ute plant ol the Prairie Pelhie Phosphate Co The entire drying plant dry bin and gch eral offices were burned Tho los Is estimated at 100000 i 1f l l1 A i j lii 1i r iIi II Round About the State I BW WhatIsGoingOnjnDjffretj 1 FEAR EARTHQUAKE Kentuckians Remember Old Disturb ance and Are Unable to Sleep Paducah KyGreat excitement prevails In that section of Western Kcn tucky bordering on the Mississippi ver and that part of Missouri across thlthaee weird condition of the ground The people believe that they are going to be destroyed by an earth quake and are unable to sleep at nightThe old residents have not forgot n the great earthquake of 1811 hich left Reelfoot Lake and churn d and swamped the Mississippi river ntil it rolled clear out t1f Its banks leaving fish and boats high and dry Many craft were destroyed and all of that country was overflowed This section Is In the Reelfoot Lake territory A number of landslides ave occurred since then Huge cracks In the earth are nu merous and new cracks are otter found They are believed to bo the esult of an Inner eruption which no doubt Is causing the quakes RIDERS BURN STORE Of Kentuckian Who Sent Hit Niece to Reform SchoolcOwlngsvllle KyThe general chandise store and tobacco merr acob McClure was burned at Sher urne this county by night riders Bloodhounds were L ought from Lex gton and put on tie trail Mr Me luro had sent a niece who was mak g her home with him to the Reform chool last spring and feeling has since been very bitter against him Mr McClure had received several notices signed Night Riders stating that he had too much property at stake to meddle In other business The loss Is 12000 with no insurance Farmer Injured In Runaway Newport Ky Charles Dodsworth member of the Campbell county Re ubltcan executive committee and wellknown1 farmer of the Cold 1prlngs district southeast of here was vertinjured Ina ace d centdown what is known as the Dod orth hill the team of horses became and started to run away When almost at the bottom of the hill the wagon struck a gully in the road nd threw Dodsworth head first to tho- grountLHls collar bone was broken and he was otherwise Injured His condition Is serious Important Decision Frankfprt KyIri Ireversfng the Judgment of the Jayette Circuit Court in the case of Asher Bruton against Sarah Brutpn of Cincinnati the Court of Appeals In an opinion by Judge Carroll holds that Ifa wife or a bus band abandons the other living in different states the time required by the statute on divorce should be granted notwithstanding service Is not secured on the party sued itWocjiTaylorsville KyThe Camp of Lou isville Wooamen of the World unveil ed a monument to Botler Cooper in Valley Hill cemetery He was the son of John To Cooper was a native of this county and lived hereuntUhlJ reachedmanhood At the time of his eath he was at work In Louisville and was killed by a derrick Money for Pooled Tobacco Springfield KyThe Washlugton- countyboard of control hasa announced that a distribution of 20 per cent on the amount advanced on the 1906 crop of pooled tobacco is now being made out of the proceeds of the toe acco sold Another 20 per cent will e paid to the farmers of Washington in about six weeks Lagoon Company Sued Covington KyAttorney B FGra zlanl filed a suit In the Kenton circuit court on behalf of Mrs Lu Campoell against the Lagoon Amusement Co Mrs Campbell says that while in the employ of the company she fell down a stairway at the clubhouse breaking several ribs She asks for 5000 Civil War Veteran DIes Newport KyHenry Marks 75 vet eran of the civil war and wellknown pioneer of Campbell county died in the family residence In the Highlands ffollowing a short illness The deced ent had been a resident of Campbell county for more than 50 years Bogus Coin Circulated otngtOfl KylA considerable nun ber of counterfeit fivecent pieces have been circulated in this city and United States Secret SerVo ice Officer Michael Bolan has been no tified The coins are perfect Imita ions Start New Bank Burkesvllle KYAnew bank to be known as the Creelsboro Deposit bank has been organized at Creelsboro with a capital stockot 15OOOC W Stuart of Burnslde probably will be cashier Killed His Cousin Frankfort KYWhile Albert Petit aged 18 was practicing shooting in a near Forks of Elkhorn with his cousin Joddle Metz 18 a revolver In Petitts hand was accidentally dIs- charged the bullet killing Metz For Personal Liberty Newport KyThe members of the German Alliance of Newport held a meeting In Music han this city at which addresses were made for per sonal freedom and urging the promo lion of the German language to be taught In the public schools Successful Revival Ends Lancaster KyOne of the most en thusiastic revivals ever held at the Christian church in this city has just come to a close and resulted in about sixty accessions to the church yTi JJ t ltft FIRES IN KENTUCKY Caused An Aggregate Property Loss of 6514770 j Frankfort Ky In submitting to lii V surance Commissioner Bell his annual V report State FIre Marshal W P I l57J0c1lfires1047 were frame 508 brick irton V i and 24 buildings of other materials The total Value of the property In1volved in the fires was 6514770 The Insurance on this property amounted to 3832557 The loss 10 the insurance companies was 753iioj and the total loss was 1107225 countywlLatotal of a property involved In the fires was f3964CO the Insurance thereon Was 206431 the total loss being 1458d and the total loss to the Insurance companies was 12444 A- In Campbell county there was a tor tal of 133 fires the total value oftheproperty Involved In the fires wail 754970 the total insurance therebai being 223425 the total loss thereoa being 86997 and the total Ihsuraacibeing 63872 4Defective flues caused the greatest number of fires In Kentucky there being reported 240 from that sourcV while the sparks from the chimney omes next and caused 149 fires Fire works caused 17 fires and the carelesS 7handling of matches caused 26 PLEADS BANKRUPTCY Following Assignment Made Thrtii Ye YIf 1Louisvillea member of the endel nls clurd one of the bestknovn men In Ken tucky filed a petltlto In yolunlary 1 bankruptcy in the federal tourt with v liabilities listed at 220619 and no as V Isets save a share of stock In the Walr i NewOr1eanso1vhlchly valuelessand a policy of lnsuranc s In the Equitable Life for 10OOOpaT1t able to his children Carlie D andVJi Stonewall Kerr Jr The petition cites that the bankruptcy action foVv3 lktlnert J Stonewall1 Kerr was a iprmei banker and resident pf RichmondTCy State Inheritance Tax Vj Frankfort KyrjAudltor James re J ported that but 19400 ha8been col lectert so far from thia state1 J 11rtd jrj anee tax lie etiniatesihat the 1n tannually tftructfon of the law is trat will becqlected fnmT citat fYiher the devises are lnde of tIe Jant11Y I MustDepCsIt So Franktot K7IiIIed UtatJg irCochran an4ounila jbat1 Se j Ure when sultswcr led inthe feb tfBIJrCefItckTd1strlck the clerf1o cove coets WheB this sum itUI Jp toaddlIonrJ30Hiust litIgafirti = GegJnanlmcusC1I I Nicholas nfu Ky TbW Christian church here has extonded a unarll moos call to Elder W ilrvlm tcKu f preach for the church for the yeZ1909 Elder Irvin came here frcIIBi Fleming county two years ago and Well liked by the congregation Iihas not yet accepted hecaJLrForty Candidates Initiated Lexington KyPaat Imperial Peo tentate Wm B Mellsh of Cincinnati conducted the initiation of 40 candl dates from various pionts In CeHtraii iKentucky into Qlelka Temple Mystl js Shrlners here Following the reeIeojt- ion of thet temple officers the Shriavs ers enjoyed a banquet I Buys Historic Home Lancaster KyAleck Walker has fpurchased the propertY on Lexington avenue known as Bradley place ithe former home of Senatorelect W1O Bradley Mr Walkers 400 Jjoining Jcasters historic homes Has Leg Amputated VvV Cadiz KyCharles Alldrldge 20p T rIngleg broken near the ankle and the J iitbone was so badly broken that the rtbecamebuggy over Vfe i ilBody Found on Farm Identlflssl Covington KyThe body found csi f Parks farm near here by Georgt Ar nold and Henry Wuhhnah was Idea tttlfled as that of a man named Nobler of Jacobson Breathltt county Thd1 4 NflIdentification was made by Thomas Ryan and CG HiggIns rVv Wiseman Is Captured v Winches tor KyHeny W1seman twho It is charged committed a cr Inal assault on his stepdaughter King aged 15 years was arrested 1lafLOfficer Ballard of thlac tYi and tectlve Tipton of the L E road Is Wanted In Lexington S t Lexington Ky John E Eldrldge wanted here on d warrant charging fraudulent mortgage of household 4Dthin papers ifS Fishbone In Throat l It Eliza bethtownj KyMrs Roberts Smith of Melrose this county ndor went a surgical operation on heriSthroat for tonslHUs The physician IT discovered a fishbone an lncl lrij itwentytouri Earth Tumbled Into River HiCkman KyRiver men on boats plying between here and Cairo were1 terrorized and all craft were steeredj into the banks by hifch waves that lfj suddenly arose The vcause of tiie trouble was an immense Itndalidet VS i Jtw r II wiurn Iit i BrE1WlX ib J1llcaJ7 r SYNOPSIS c 1i OJea DudteaT1vedin San Francisco t it to JOIn hla friend antt dlitant relative HenlWlltonj whom he was to assist b JSK In an important and mysterious task and tI iix who accompanied Dudley on the OK boat trip Into the city The re f2mutable resemblance of the two men and commented on by paasen germ on the ferry They see a man with nake which sends a thrill through Dudley W lion postpones anexplanaUon of the strange errand Dudley is to pert pfonn but occurrences cause him to It Is one of no ordinary meaning I Dudley Is summoned to the morgue and there finds the dead body of his Henry Wilton And thus Wilton dies without ever explaining to Dudley the milling work be was to perform In Ban Francisco In order to the lie em mission his friend had entrusted to him continues his disguise and permits himself to be known as Henry I WIlton He learns that thero la a boy Iwhom be ts charged with secreting and Dudley mistaken for TV1I iv ton U employed by Knapp to assist In a deal Dudley find himself closeted In a room wIth t Mother Borton who makes a confidant at him He can learn nothing about the 4 r tnyatertou boy further than that It Is Tim Terrlll and Da by Meeker who are r after him Dudley visits the home of IKnapp and Is stricken by the beauty of 4 his daughter Slumming tour through Chinatown U planned The trip to ChInatown Outs Dut3icy learns p the la being shadowed by Terrill e I LueUa and Dudley are cut off from thanet of the party and i1 qd In a hallway behind an Ironbound I oor Three Chinese rumans approach the I J1f imprisoned couple A battie ensueS One Jknocked down flute begins fIring Tim j Terrific seen In the mob A form d mob is checked by shots from T volver Policeman Corson break down I itke door with an ax and the couple Is b It rsacued Luella thanks Giles Dudley for sVsaving her life Knapp appears at the r office with no traces of the previous Ught debauch Following his Instruc y tion Dudley has a notable day In the stock Exchange aolllng Crown Diamond jaad buying Omega tho object belngto Decker Knapp hated rival Dud ley discovers that he loves Luella Knapp Mother Borton Idle Giles Dudley that theyve discovered where the boy Is i The mysterious unknown woman employ etot Dudley meets hIm by appoIntment i wlththe boy who Is turned over to Dudley with l1a guards and they drive i with him to the boat to take a train out of the city Dudley and his faithful convey the by train to the t village of Livermore as the written Instructions The party is followed Soon after the party Is quartered In the hotel t a special train arrives In Livermore The V upnl Including Darby Meeker and Tim Terrill lay siege to tl18 hotel and enr ii deavor to capture the boy who comes forward to see the right Tricked t again cries Tim Terrill when he sees i c the youngster face Its the wrong f koy ay CHAPTER XXIV 7 W On theRoad j The wrong boy Tog a nionientj could not under tand nor believe and whenthe mean Sot the words came to me I groped t litatal darkness But there was no t tfiCMWftcalatlbn nBaUDaduol- h iarp Gf cure orders a cra8h 2I Istke pa oxtInguaied l P ll aae t8 proongedkrowI I ijreand shaken aager avtskmot a w 4C1ie d rIslg abovethe outline ot io few yrd WaY dark die = wttl ye i that blued 5tbi JIU41 1ztBt I found myi Co ItJteit tt atrisggta- gNttdra = iiL lg htBJeD IJ wlth f tbut e lu et i doibt not that- p i rocribtatb rest Butiia a Q waa oiieKdea strong lSjiw alad It was to reach the erell rrIJlkprate rage ftiMtfkit till iis white face with Its jriiimotu hatred was next to mine fir etogcrs otjny left hand gripped lJMt1Ut and my right band tried ft beat out nil brains with a six ootbr Dn YOUHhe gasped striking r ly at me TTenbem waiting for 714I tW kteaed say grip and spoke no r I uBe writhed and turned strir I L1g t free hImself t had knocked his WTelver from Ms hand lad he tried f tfVJ aia toreacl11LA trace of tear rekilBto venomous anger of the that was unobscured as ho aNY without success to guard him MMi ot 1I17ii WLBut he gave a aed thrust aid with a sinuous Vwi4thehe was free while I was rr- lMIHek1iltthe rash of men with the 7e Impression that something was I4gwith me Thea a great light iiisivBp before me in which the itiT iiag mob the close hall and a i I rw Wmsd the universe itself melted aWalj and I was alone f 3 e f tjTke Hext iBipreasloa that came to N5 WaS that of a volc from ah 1m fbledJta I i Hei cemlBg ois dlandthen bde Itl heard a strange walling 7a l t IeItr I asked to sit i iIMy voice nedtOcom from a iw away aatto beloag to some eeI aa- Ttai ilt yomre all right said i f fjioe aacoarasluKly andabout I ItJIMl of Niagara fell oa my face r sl ike alsts before my eyes e eWirp4 1waY sad I found that I was be Jooeof the inneibedmorn and I f WsIswrthtkad ptled Ttwater Jug 4tJec as The light of a small kero lamp gave a gloomy illumlnaU a d iaace Lockharf and Fitzhugh I sd agalat1the dqrand Wilson Jw1th over me The Y ft ltttsg oi the bed crying sftW OYSr the melaHcholy situation fWa tfitrI asked gathering my I soHAe r1tfWbtJwi happened f tfTtfye been edsald Wain regretfully The rest of the o wiikt toeki but we got In hero 1 7- r LiIrX DUI seen the dasty knock you dgged you back and when I a Sere the parlor was fulla bounds and Porter and Abrams i e 4t Sl Browii was missing We found 4 K7w s cut and weve tried to fiX IS ip1 iI c Seed at B7blUdtedarmj l f more in the l dlctmeI1 f Terrlll He had tried to stabt j9T ili1iea tat1t time heh d Iieti feelbut he had merely y arm Jt was not a severe e II t st ytJmepan It 4 It a scratch said Walnwrlght tl Ivied the philosophic calm with ke regarded it f i VI returned shortlyr 1 i 5Zt r Tt V sVf A tJl Vt Wlj 1fc fr 1i I 1 1ifl f Ia r IDlIDIEID BOllBSnnRLLcrymJNY Where is the other gang Are they goneNo theres halt a dozen of em out in the parlor I reckon Youd better tell him said Fits hugh shifting an unpleasant task Well said Walnwright we heard orders given to shoot tho first man that comes out before morning but before all to kill you it you sticks your nose outside before sunup The amiable intentions of the vic tors set me to thinking If it was im portant to keep hero till morning It must be Important to mo to get out There was no duty to keep here for I need fear no attack on the boy who was with us I looked at my watch and found it was near 1 oclock Tie those blankets together I ordered as soon as I was able to get my feet Tho men obeyed me In silence while Wainwright vainly tried to quiet the child I was satisfied to have him cry for the more noise ho made the less our movements would be heard I had a plan that I thought might be carried out While the others were at work I cautiously raised the window and peered through the shutters The rain was falling briskly and the wind still blew a gale I thought I die r27aH77iMZJ l1YG12lPAN1J the dark figure of a man on guard within a few feet of the building and my heart sank How many are In the parlor Wilson I asked- WlIsonapplled his eye to the key holeCant see anybody but that one eyed fellow Broderick but there might be more A flash of memory came to me and I felt in my pocket for Mother Bor tons mysterious scrawl Give that to a oneeyed mant she had said It was a forlorn hope but worth the trying Hand this to Broderick I said as soon as you can do it without any ones seeingyou Wilson did not like the task but he took the envolope awe silently brought the door ajar His first In vestigations were evidently reassur ing for he soon had half his body out side Het gotUohe said on reappear ing A little later there was a gentle tap at the door and the head of the one eyed man was thrust in Its as much as my lifes worth he whispered What do you want me to many men are In the street below one but more are in call Well I want him got out of the wayjr Thats easy saM Broderick with a diabolical wink ot his one eye Ill have him change places with me- Good How many men are here You dont need to know that Theres enough to bury you Have Meeker and Terrlll gone Tom Hes In tie next room here and can count it a mercy of the saints if he gus out in a week Mockers gone with the old man Well I cant stay agabbln any longer or Ill be caught and then the dlvil himself couldnt save mef I shuddered at the thought of the old man and tho shadow of Dodd rIdge Knapp weighed on my spirits Are yorealjy for an excursion Fitzhugh I whispered He nooded assent Well well be out of herClnlL- minute or two Take that overcoat Ive got one Now tie that blanket to the bedpost No It wont be long enough Youll have to hold It for us boysSI heard the change of guards below and giving directions to WaInwrIght Wlth1Iover the sill i f iH tJiff tf i 4 t the blanket boys Fol low Fits I whispered and climbed out The strain on my Injured ar n as I swung off gave me a burning pain but I got to the ground In safety and the improvised rope was drawn up Where now whispered Fitzhugh To the stable As we slipped along to the corner a man stepped out before us Dont shoot ho said Its meI Broderick Tell Mother Borton I wouldnt have done It for anybody but herIm obliged to you Just the same I said And heres a bit of drink money Now where are my men Dont know In the lockup I reck on Hows that Why you see Meeker tells the fellows here bo has a warrant for you that youro tho gang of burglars thats wanted for tho Parrott murder And be had to show the constable and Ute landlord and some others tho war rant too How many were hurt Six or seven Two of your fellows looked pretty bad when they were carried out We turned down a bystreet but as soon as the guard had disappeared we retraced our steps and hastened to the Thatcher stables The rain was whipped Into our faces as we bent against the wind and the whish and roar ot the gale among the trees and tho rattle of loose boards and tins as they were tossed and shaken behind the houses gave a melancholy accompaniment to our hasty march We nearly missed the stable in the darkness and it was several minutes before we roused Thatcher to a state In which he could put together the two ideas that wo wanted to get in and that it was his place to get up and let us in- Horses tonight he gasped throw S22AO WC12 tinguished here- Theres lag up his hands Holy Moses I couldnt think of letting the worst plug of the lot out in this storm Well I want your best Youll have to do It Dick said Fitzhugh with a few words of expla nation Hell make it all right fr youWhere are you going aced ThatcherOakland He threw up his hands once more Great Scott you cant dolL The horses cant travel 50 miles at night and In this weather Youd best wait for the rooming train The express will be through here before S I Hesitated a moment but the chances of being stopped were top greatI must go I said decidedly I cant wait here I have too said Thatcher By hard riding you can get to Niles in time to catch the freight as it goes up from San Jose It will get down In time for the first boat if thats what you want Good I How far is ItY Wo call it 18 miles its over that by the road Theres only one nasty bit Thats in the canyon I think we shall need the pleasure of your company I said Its a bad Job but If you must you must he groaned And he soon had three horses under the saddle I eyed the beasts with some dig favor They wore evidently halfmus tang and I thought undersized for such a journe But I was to learn before the night was out the virtues ct strength and endurance that lie In the blood of the Indian horse Hist Whats that said Fltz hugh extinguishing the light The voices of the storm and the un easy champing of the horses were the only sounds that rewarded a minutes listeningWe chance it said I after looking cautiously Into the darkness and finding no signs of a foe And Ina moment more we were hoorbeatsened earth of the roadway Not a word was spoken after the start as we turned through the side streets to avoid the approaches to the hoteL Thatcher suddenly turned to the west and in Mother minute we were on steadybeata wild rhythm on the muddy road t With the town once1 behind us I felt my spirits rise with every stroke of ThoIJi 1Lc f than foes Yet my arm pains nu sharply and I was forced to carry the reins In the whip hand Hero the road was broader and we rode three abreast silent watchful each busy with his own thought and all alert for the signs of chase behind There said Thatcher suddenly pulling his horse up to a walk Were five miles out and theyve got a big piece to make up if theyre on our track Well breathe the horses a bitThe beasts were panting a little but chafed at the bits as we walked them and tossed their heads uneasily to the pelting of the storm Hark I cried Did you hear that I was almost certain that the sound of a faint halloo came from behind us I was not alone in the thoughtThe dern fools said Fitzhugh They want a long chase I guess tc go through the country yelling like x pack of wild Injuns- I reckon twas an owl said Thatch dr but we might as well be moving Wo neednt take no chances whll weve got a good set of heels undei us Get up boys TO BE CONTINUED MADE WHILE YOU WAIT Autograph Fiend an Easy Mark for the Unscrupulous W E Collett secretary of the Col orado Prison association was talking in Denver about 60 autograph letters from widows that he recently received wherein each widow offered gladly tc marry ono of Mr Colletts proteges a reformed convict in search of a wife I shall keep most of those widows autographs said Mr Collett They are very interesting A collection of autographs of such a character would be worth having wouldnt it Differ ent from the usual dull collections of mere signatures eh He smiled and went on An autograph fiend who collects mere signatures is rather a fool and ho is very easily taken In Whenever I think of him I think of a little story about him According to this story an auto graph fiend walked Into an old curi oslty shop and said You advertise that you have au tographs of Washington and Shake speare for sale If your terms are reasonable I should like to purchase specimens of each of those auto graplis The proprietor bowed politely Then he went to the back of tho shop and said to a man who was painting a large canvas on an easel Put away that Rembrandt for the present Jim and write me out anau tograph of Washington and one of Shakespeare Gentleman waiting out side GOOD THING TO LEAVE ALONE Physician Ice to Those Who An 0 Mushrooms rIt may be possible that when all the boys are dead they will quit eating toadstools and dying in spasms there from The edible and poisonous varie ties of these fungi are too close together in general and species for the average youngster to differentiate them It continues after many years to be the same old story Eat Itr if it kills you It Is a toadstool if It agrees with you it fs a mushroom Some yeaOLaga the defATltnWit tt agriculture at Washington Issued an elab orate and beautiful set of illustrations of mushrooms and near mushrooms labeling one set edible and the other poisonous The story leaked out that the printers got the labels mixed and that the transposltton was not discovered until the work had beea sent broadcast The officials did some tall hustling In an effort to call In the issue A wellknown physician said to me the other day Owing to the very great difficulty In ordinary life of detecting the true from tho false my mushroom advice has usually bee let both kinds alone New York Press Parish Registers I was once being shown round a nil lago church in the Eastern Counties d was solemnly Informed by the 6o1ewhat garrulous parish clerk that the registers went back to the tlmeof Wttlam the Conqueror says J F Wil hams In The Treasury Lest the same startling opinion may bo held by others lt me hasten to say that parish Englandbeforeand happy is that parish which still possesses its records even from that date For our earlier registers have certainly had a very checkered career and when we read the story of the treatment which has been meted out to them during the three or four cen tunes of their existence we can only wonder that they erfst In such num bers as they do Paganlnls Violin The famous violin of Paganlnl casehasit Is certain that the wood will not last many years longer This ell covery has caused agitation as to the means of preserving the precious Instrument It has been decided that to keep It a few years longer it shall be taken out once a yeai and played on for an hour by the best pupil of the conservatoire Only once since the death of the greatest violinist who ever lived has the violin which Is a superb Stradivarius been touched and that was some years ago by the Spanish violinist Pablo del Sarasate to whom the city during a triumphal tour through Italy wished to offer a signal honor Reducing Ocean Record The first steamer that ever crossed the Atlantic took twentyidur days to make the trip and the early boats of thE Cunard line organized in 1840 made the transatlantic trip in fourteen days or in about the same time as tho best of the clippers of the Dlack Ball and other lines In 1860 the sailing ship Dreadnought made the passage in nine days and seven teen hours and it was a longtime before a steamer beat that record It is nearly two decades since the five day ship came upon the scene anti over since then the record has been lowered by hours rather than by days J L tdL 5uiis9 oJf O lir JI OLDEST POLICE CELL IN LONDON Supposed to Be More Than 300 Years OldUnderground Passage Behind a building known as the old Courthouse VeIl close square Step ney stand what are supposed to be the oldest police cells In London and under these Is the entrance to a sub wuy believed to have once led to tIm tower nearly a mile distant This subteranean passage Is now blocked up and at the entrance there stands a skeleton The building was formerly known as the high court of liberty and is supposed to be over three hundred years old The courthouse Is now the home of the German Oak club and the fine apartment In which trials took place is used for dancing while the adjoining rooms provide accommodation for billiardsA stone staircase leads to the two cells at the rear of the courthouse At the top of the stairs Isa massive and strongly barred door with a peephole in It This leads to the first of the apartments The only light which penetrates these dens comes through gratings high up against the ceiling and each is fitted with a shutter by means of which the cells can bo plunged into darkness Nearly half the floor space in each room Is filled by a wooden bed and attached to the walls are the rusty chains with which the prisoners were manacled Another object to be seen Is a straightjacket made of stiff canvas with Iron rings which can be las tened to the chains Many names inscriptions and pictures are carved on the wooden walls Ono can still read the name of Edward Burk who is said to have been hanged for murder Close by Is carved Edward Ray December 27 1758 and another inscription runs Francis Brittatn June 27 1758 Pray remember the poor debtors On the floor of the first cell can be distinguished tho squares of a chess board cut in the solid oak Over the door between the two cells can be traced the words The rule of tho house is a gallon of beer and just be low In neater characters are the words John Burn came in April 11 1751 One prisoner broke Into verse thus The cup Is empty To our sorrow Dut hope It will Be tilled tomorrow Another prisoner signed himself James Carr smuggler 1787 The pictorial efforts include churches a crude representation of the tower of emIrose thistleRunning under the roadway of Well close square la a dungeon lined with brickwork a foot thick London Standard Those Spy Mirrors lphlabr9Ughttollti spy window mirrors popuiar dow there because housewives can loot out from their sittlngroomsKand tako in the identity of callers before sTilngdown word whether ymIi f This TiredInthebone Phlla db Aattached the mirror to a iVln apart4ientandcause of Its presence Within a week quuZliffiiiiake The people In the next flat complain that you are trying to look into their roomsthe owner saldNew Yqrk Sun Valuable Work of Woman Mrs Bertha Ayrton has succeeded In ascertaining the cause of the re searchlightInremedy The British admiralty called on Prof Ayrton to Investigate the trouble some time ago After making many Investigations he turned the problem over to his wife who Is the only woman member of the Institute of Electrical Engineers and who re Delved the only medal ever awarded to a woman by the Royal Society of London for original unaided work Politeness a Valuable Asset The more exalted a man Is by sta bebypoliteness since a good manner often succcds where the best tongue has tailed Politeness Is most useful to in spire confidence in the timid and en courage the deserving Magoon Telling the Truth The fellow who tells the truth and only the truth all the time wont be popular but hell get a raincheck for heaven oil right Manchester Union MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Oct 31 CATTLE Extra 4 75 6 00 CALVESExtra 8 00 HOGS Choice 5 80 5 90 SHEEPExtra 3 60 365 LAMBSSpring 5 60 FLOUR Sprints pat 5 75 600 WHEAT No 2 red 1 02 t 1 03 ftOATSRYENo2 choice 80 82 HAYCu 12 50 1275 BUTTERDairy 17 EGGSPer doz 25 APPLES Cholvo 2 50 3 50 POTATOESPer bu 70 0 78 TOBACCO Burley 8 50 18 00 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 983j 1 0- 0CORNNo2 mixed 75 7- 6OATSNo2 mixed l 48 PORK Prime mess13 87U14 00 LARDPrime 9 60 9 62 yi yaw Tonit FLOURWin patent 4 25 5 4 40 WHEAT No 2 red 1 083 1 09 77OATSPORKPrime mess 19 50 22 00 LARDSteam 985 995 DALTIUIUUC WHEAT No 2 red 1 04 CORNNp 2 mixed J 6- 7OATSNo2 mixed p 53 wtnsviiiE WHEAT No 2 red 1 02 CORNNo 2 mixed SJW OATSNo2 mixed tt 5H HAY Ch timothy 12 00 12 50 HOGSExtra 601 600 IARD Steam 8 00 HTDHNAPOUS CATTLE Prime 5 75 7 00 HOGSExtra 5 00 ii 640 JHEEP Ertra 4 00 J 4 25 I i c I jlt a A I kw ff 11A J t 9I lS ROUND THE CAPITAL Information and o5Slp Picked Up Her and There In Waahindtoa fJ J 1L JTh FL Squanders 4000000 in Five Years JASHINGTON Countess Julia W TV L Scckendorf the dashing beauty who rose from ladys maid to mistress of millions of dollars through which she ran in five years declares that she had no regrets because her for tune has been squandered The countess is now said to be at least 100000 In deot and was forced to undergo the humiliation of seeing the last of her property sold at a debt saleI spent it when I had it the beautiful countess is reported to have remarked to a friend- I havent any regrets now that It is gone Some people have money but they wont spend It Frankly I can not see what good It does them The career of the countess who an American girl Is as romantically Interesting as that of any woman in the world Once the lavish entertainer of cabi net members ambassadors senators and social lights In Washington the Countess Seckendorf who five years ago fell heir to the 4booooQ estate of hersecond spouse gained a reputation as a spender tearfully watched her last possessions passing Into the strict Isolation in which John R has been kept by the district health officers Is to be broken Within a short time Early Is to be permitted to live with his family That Is he will be allowed to dwell In the same house but will not come In direct contact with them He will have his own sleeping apartment bed linen towels dishes and other domes tic appliances This has been practically decided upon by the health officials The plan will not be carried Into effect until the have received the report from the solicitor of the treasury as to whether or not the federal au thorities have power to transport tho leper to North Carolina the latters home state regardless of the fact that that has refused to accept the decisions has not been forwarded to the it Is known that the solicitors opinion Is adverse He has said that the federal department is powerless to act and has reported to the secretary of the treasury to that effect The will take no ac flea untiV they have received the opinion In official form from the latter That Early is to be a permanent care of the district Is the conviction of the officials 1 behind me Satan is t Welshmen thought when offered some of Pros dent RoOsevplt ghngj tt TEeJcon uu ui concert the other evening Wh j each really said was t No thank you ndde for me The Welshmen gave a private con cert for the edification of the White House family The event slid along like a hunk of tallow on a hot stovepipe The president nearly blistered his hands the Men of Har lech Mrs Roosevelts face was suffused with at the rendition of Old Black Joe The bad guess and its came as the last words of the final chorus drifted out of an open win ESPASIAN WARNER commission V er of pensions told President Roosevelt the other day of a remark able case of stricken conscience Some time ago the received a letter from a pensioner of the civil war his certificate and enclosing two 500 coupon bonds of the United States and a uraf for 172 thereby making full restitution to the of all money he had re ceived on account ot the certificate of pensions Warner refused to give the name of the soldier and de clared he had not disclosed it to the treasurer of the United States to JUST A CHEAP ONE Could Have Done Much Better for 925 He had made a fair speech In favor of his political candidate for governor and against the other and when he had finished a friend stepped forward and shook hands with him and said I want to you on your effort It was great Then you liked my remarks ehY They were bangup I didnt know it was in you to orate the way you did 0 I did fairly well I guess But you must remember at the same time that this was only a cheap speech The regular orator failed them and they rung me In for 15 Of course I could not spread myself for that Say I wish I had been making a regular 25 speech It I had been I should have called the candidate a liarI have shown his utter un fitness for offlse I should have proved that his elec tion would ruin the Qountry I should have advanced statistics to chill the blood- I should have appealed to my bearers not to bring about a state of anarchy and bankruptcy- I should have summoned every patriot in the audience to go to the polls early and die for American lib I should have trotted out Bunker Bill the American eagle and the star spangled banner and waved them around until men would have busted a lung In cheering for them tt L x iitNttL3 i f itrc hands of others to the accompaniment of the droning voices of auctioneers- It Is said that the countess owes about 100000 although the figure has not been authoritatively announced Some years ago Miss Julia Davidson the present countess entered the employ of Mrs John O Donner as maid The Donners had a daughter named Elsie and Miss Davidson cared for the child About six years ago Mrs Donner died and Donner married Miss David son the house became the center of social life among the wealthy people of the district Bern ants seemed everywhere and the new Mrs Donner began to enjoy life tothe utmost lIar millionaire husband was devoted to her and his affection was returned Elsie Donners daughter itlll 4 lived on the estate After Donners death five years ago Mrs Donner came Into the great for tune She went to and mingled with the fashionable set there meeting the count who captured herIheart She soon squandered her money Leper to Have Home with His Family THE commissioners commonwealth him- Although commissioners commissioners 25hu15ky Vivmteiouse applauding pleasurable commissioner surrendering government Commissioner Spellbinder compliment Immediately Washington Plans for Earlys future care and treatment have been discussed by Health Omcer Woodward and Dr William Fowler chief of the contagious disease service It is settled betw efl them that the strict Isolation of the af flicted man is to be brokenj It Is considered likely that some old I building belonging to the district will be turned over to the leper and hU family for habitation and he will be In structed to provide for himself and keep his own quarantine In the event that this building cannot be procured It may be that Early will be permitted to live in the house near the asylum grounds now occupied by his wife and child On the other hand it may be suggested to him a that he buy a small place in the sub urbs Physicians In charge of Early are considering a plan to inoculate him with the leprosy bacilli which constl tutes the recently discovered Nastia cure of the malady This method is r said to have cured the disease In say eral instances when used while the ifdisease was In its early stage as in H tC the case of Early l Early clings to the faint belief that r his disease is riot leprosy and that the physicians have made amistake in his case Ha 2JJ Lt j vvIsh Sig sJRefuseJpesident S win GETthee enjoyment consequences Campaign opposition diagnosing jth- fwfreatifleflt dow An attendant came law the J t com niftily juggling an enoiou s1m g1etl ofshe1T7 He teuld a glass 30 the first man at the ti of the line with black 41clothes and a white choker He de dined with thanks 1 The next three men also refused The other 21 had their mouths open ry ready to make similar announcement The waiter likewise opened ldsImouth but in astonishment He rea used that an awful blunder had beea made somewhere In a dazedmanner he waved the tray until It was again waving around his head and hastily plunged from the room Every member of tho Mountain Ash choir fatotal abstainer t Civil War Veteran Returns Pension 1 ertyS whom was turned over the conscience j moneyIWhen the conscience contribution first arrived the commissioner caused an examination to be made of the rae jords In the case On the showing the f veteran was entitled tohls pension beyond a question A special exam- Iner I was sent out to make an invest gatlon on the theory that the soldier might bo mentally irresponsible The consciencestricken man wash found to be in excellent health and of sound mind Thereupon the ac count with conscience was declared closed and the bonds and money werevturned Into the miscellaneous 4 receipts of the treasury department r Aslsaidthiswae only a cheap efforta few remarks for 15 but if they have pleased you and strength k ened your belief in our cause why whyIAnd they drank together aid fig ured out that the country was saved again Cincinnati Enquirer Her Summer Studio JnJEngland 4One of the American women who fi have a studio abroad besides one In i New York Is Miss Ale the a lUll Platt f It is In Chagford Devonshire Erig laid that Miss Platt has the studio during the season of the year when t artists like to work out of doors Ch gford Is a small village on the edge of Dartmoor Miss Platt Is interested in painting the lId thatched farmhouses with roses over the doorways and Dart moor In the distance This season ad tj cording to word received here by friends of Miss Platt she also contem plated a visit to Germany to paint some Interiors For that purpose she will visit Gutachbelilornberg in the Black forest An OllMaklng Nut A new oilmaking nut has been die covered in the Philippine Islands r which promises to have an lmportantceffect upon the trade In linseed oIL A sample of these nuts called him bang in Manila and klmlre In Java has been subjected to tests InMar seilles whore the nuts have been reseznIIt appears to have a positive com mercial value E1OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK PUBLISHED WEEKLY I OWINGSVILLE KY I i Entered according to Act of Congress at the Owingsville Ky Postoflice as secondclass i matter subscriptionVOne year One Dollar Six months Sixty Cents ilhrcc months Thirtyfive Cents t i INo commissions allowed any on subscriptions Subscribers desiring a change of address should give previous address when writing alwayscl us rthanMonday if possible when out of stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper News matter of general inter t est is welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in serted Advertisers wishing a chane or discontinuance O fad inform us the week previous to r S 1f jrablicatiori day Address all communications to t i JOHN Ky W HONAKER Owingsville t tht THURSDAY NOV 5 1908 e ==== =ANNOUNJEIViENTS We arc authorized to announce C Allie W Young as a candidate for reelection as Circuit Judge- t of the Twentyifirst Judicial dis ptilCt subject to the action of the party i v I We are authorized to announce W B White as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney in the Twentyfirst udicial districtsub ject to the action ofthe Democrat 1 ic party f t We are authorized to announce i r Mrs S B Hawkinsas candidate f Superintendent of Schools of 1Ii Bath county subject to the ac lion of the Democrats party We arc authorized to announce MissPick ttMetcalfe as a candi dateforSuperintendent of Schools of Bath to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Leonard Cassity as a candidate for I Superintendent of Public Schools of Bath County subject to the actjojupf the Democratic party iVeareauthonzed to announce for SuI sperintenderit of Schools of Bath t cm ty subject to the action oi i the Btt tt v ti We authoriz d to annojice Miss Gafrie Nixon as candidate forSuJnn cn of Schoolsof I cotmra subject to the ac tion of theiemocratic party i We are authorized to announce John W Dawson candidate Tor Clerk of the Bath Circuit Court subject to the action of the Dem ocraticpwty v We are authorized to announce I J 1 Mark as a candidate for County Judge of Bath County I subject to the action of the Dem Y ocratic party r We are authorized to announce It 3 Alfred N Crooks as a candidate j for County Judge of Bath sub ject to the action of the Demo ratic party We are authorized to announce Leslie Shrout as a candidate for reelection as County Clerk of Bath subject to the action of the Democratic party i We are authorized to announceI Wm D South Sher I burne a candidate for Sheriff of Hath county subject to the ac tion of the I Democratic party it Wm d Johnson of Sharpsburg 4s and Aaron Fanning of Salt Lick i liwillbe his deputies if elected p t I We are authorized to announce b Seth Botts as a candidiate Sheriff of Bath tr to the action of the Democratic party Cole Barnes of Preston Will be his deputy if electedII tIi We are authorized to announi4 i Samuel 0 Doggett as acAndk date for Jailer of Bath subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party l We are authorized to announce Caleb L Snedegar a candidate 1 11forJailerofBath county tc Democratic 4 party 1m We are authorized to announce fortGo 4 the action of the Democratic par ty pi We are authorized to announce t 4 i t4 11 James G McGarty as a candidate 1t for J8ler of Bath county sub ltt fY ject action of the Dome cratl party ng Li t f w i it 1 tt i C 1 rqi fl trt y j e c 1 11 lnnouncefEastwood party We are authorized to announce- R T Joba Clark as a candidate for Tailer of Bath county subject to the action of the Democratic party We arc authorized to announce Wm W Nixon as a can did ate for Jailer of Bath county subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce Ben Jones as a candidate for As sessor of Bath County subject to the action of the Democratic ty If nominated and elected1 SherIIburnePreston will be associated with Mr Jones in the discharge of the duties of the office We are authorized to Bigc Wells a candidate announceI scissor of Bath county the action of the Democratic party If elected Elijah Terrill of- Sbarpsburg and R D Bailey of Forge Hill will be my deputies We are authorized to Robert T Myers as a for Magistrate in candidateI Preston subject to of the Democratic partyIWe are aut1o Joseph Williams as a candidate for Magistrate in District No 5 Preston subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce John T Buck Ginter as a can didate for Magistrate in Owings ville district No1 subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J W CHnkcnbeard as a candi mggistrateindishict No 2 subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party TIlE daily newspapers were never duller than they have been for two weeks May be after the election they will brighten up PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT cele brated his fiftieth birthday anni versary last week Few men have lived as much as he in a half cen turyTID BURTON has confessed on his brother nightriders of Reel foot Lake and some 75 have been complicitytin Rankin There rospect payingiliecrime j CORRESPONDENCE tori24nlent IUST get their ltet sI Mono 5rr k- peei tlCUl tq be printed Ant J please remember that visits be tween neighbors are not news Oklk Born Oct 24 to AHeGprrell and wife a 0Marshall Riddle and wife of upper White Oak were guests of Tillman Riddle and wife Sunday Misses Sallie and Maude Sor rell of East Fork visited rela tives here Saturday Miss Essie Turner of Sunset GrangeCityMae Vice Saturday and Sunday yearlingheifersfor 75 and a yearling heifer of C P Stephens for 21 Bethel Everybody is shucking corn and the yield is said to be good Mrs Will Henderson visited Ed Henderson and wife near Moorefield Thursday Badger Robertson of M M L visited his parents from Satur day till Monday- W P Baird was in Carlisle Monday James Blair and wife of Eliza ville visited Wm Henderson and MonJT S Robertson sold to North Carolina parties 32 yearling mules at 140 per head D D Evans fell from a wag on under a horse and had several teeth kicked out a bone in one leg broken and was otherwise jmiised P E Hickey and wife visited Mrs Hickeys father at Flem ingsburgfrom Saturday till Monday RameyTRame last week J W Clinkenbeard visited his aunt Mrs Ruth Dodsworth at Cincinnati from Friday till Mon day Miss Mary Burns of Fleming county visited Mrs Susan Ha telrigg Sunday Miss Bessie Watts of Winches ter is visiting Miss Susie Clink inbeard I Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK i J IS y l t rL r r pr1pJ o F Uppor Flat Croek Mondayforafter a visit to relatives here Everet Barclay of Stoops i LmeI of ofIISome turkeys have been sold in this section at lOc per lbIMrs A G V Cook who has been very ill for the past ten days is better A box social will be held at Lanes schoolhouse on Saturday evening Nov 14 at 7 oclock in the interest of the School Im provement League PobbiH Farmers are busy cribbing corn Rev Williams of Hillsboro filled his appointment here Sun theIat lie The is lightIat were destroyed by fire Light theIview to locating Grover Whitton came home last week from Marion Ind Clyde Gardner was seriously sick last week but is somewhat better Upper Prickly Ash H A Lyter and wife returned last Thursday after a twoweeks stay at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Lexington Mrs Lyter is improving slowly Mrs John Shultz of Fleming county spent several days last week with Almanza Stone and wifeAlmanza Stone bought a cow and calf of E F Harmon in Flem ing county for 40 E S Hamilton and wife visit ed H A Lyter and wife Friday Walter Harp r came Saturday to visit his parents Daniel Har per and wife His wife and son Kelly of Owingsville are with himThomas Hamilton and Sandy Rudder of Stoops spent Sunday with H A Lyter and wife Will Oakley and wife of Roes Run spent Sunday with Willie Hamilton and wife CrooksLliiitlenyShulbfellr Monday and broke his arm NexttSaturday night and Sun day areBro Blevin regular ap pointments here teglhoodMrs Sid Warren of Olympia visited here last week Lee Parks of Williamsburg visited here last week Willson Hendrix snipped a carload of cattle and a carload of hogs Saturday and Sam Lath ram shipped a carload of cattle and a carload of hogs to Cincinnati the same day Joe Williams who has been sick for several days is better Will Satterfield and wife visited in Owingsville Sunday poorly Erastus Carter of Morehead was here Saturday Slate Valley Miss Wynqna Sorrell visited Mjss Lottie Garner Sunday Mrs Eliza Scott of Preston is visiting her niece Mrs Samuel Conyers this week The little son of Buddie Jones and wife is quite poorly Mrs Melissa Snedegar visited her daughter Mrs Newton A Shrout from Thursday until Sat urdayElijah Jones of Sharpsburg was the guest of John K Jones and wife Friday GeorgeAndyall of the Bethel neighborhood were guests of Wm Toy and spentSundayShultz Elder Combs meeting closed Sunday night with 22 baptisms and a number reclaimed Bro Combs is a very able ministerand I believe his preaching did a great deal of good here neighborhood weekEspy little son of Dee Rudder is very sick NaticaHadany serious love yetNatalieNo and I never will have here Why the watef in the creek isnt over four feet deep anywhere How can a girl get beyond her depth and be res cued in such a puddle as thatI r J1 J IOIt f I IMooros Ferry iA good deal of corn is being cribbed horn to Herby Cassity and JIHMrs Ja1nesSnctlegnr seems to be gettui worse of her rheumatism Theodore Shrout was in Mt Sterling Sunday and Monday Mason Green sold Dick lies 33 headof fat hogs Saturday Mr Cassity Yale of preached at Jones Chapel Sunday Misses Ella and Zella Snedegar of Forge Hill spent from Wed illgwife Odessa VJL Thos B Jones left on the 19th of last month to try his fortune in the West For the present he grnndfatherJolm1son week from a visit to relatives at Morehead Alva Reed visited his grand parents T J Vice and wife and his Frank Reed Saturday and Born Novhto J B Jones and wife a daughter Old Dad is still on foot but expected to go straight up at any time Mrs S B Darnell and two children visited relatives in Fleming county several days last week Dallas Gudgell and family and Miss Mary Hedge of Bourbon satIurdayandr moved last week from the G D Gudgell farm to the C C Jones place on the head of Smoky Look out Ed for that bear that was seen around there a few years ago oivmoia Thos Montjoy and family have returned from Ashland where he had been on business Clay Shultz came in from West Virginia where he had been em ployed for some time Elder Selby filled his appointments here preaching interesting sermons Saturday and Sunday Mrs Alf Sorrell and daughter Minnie were in Salt ping one day last week Jas W Penix is somewhat bet ter of his illness Anna Kaththineinfant daugh ter ofiMr and Mrs Ben Roberts has been quite ill but is better MrsiUGeorge Swarts has has beerTon the sick list but is better Clark and wife visited Ambrose Ulery at Preston Sun day Elder Carpenter was in town Sunday 1lS DctiaIkis UtL tei 1 her mother is poorly Leonard Thompson of Salt Lick visited hero Sunday p Stoops M The drouth continues and wa ter gets scarcer N B Young bought W A Kissicks crop of corn at 275 in the field John W Coyle and wife of near Owingsville visited the fam ily of D L Goodan last week- He who can bear defeat manfully is greater than he who re joices over the spoils of victory Bridges Bros sold to Thos F Triplett a weanling colt for 300 A large crowd attended the Jr 0 U A M supper at Judy Wed nesday night Thos Satterfield bought a teamS or Nesbitt Satterfield of ton for 200- Certainly the high tariff is great thing for this country continues to make multimillion aires of millionaires The price of rnseems to haveS fallen some from what it started at- Bigstaff Cockrell bought of their tenants nearly 100 hhds of tobacco at 12 to 14c per lb We would like to know where the lesson is that Watson Hearst and the like taught us Its a sickening sight to see a man make- a fool of himself in public Mrs ThomasSatterfleldand daughter visited friends at Ow ingsville Saturday LE Griggs and wife of Mt Sterling visited the family of J H Gillaspie Saturday Its to be hoped that the next Jailer of Bath county willnot have to jail all of his opponents The size of the jail would have to enlargedClarence Gaumer and wife returned to Indianapolis Ind Saturday afternoon after a visit to E 0 Gorrell Chas Edwards and sister came Sunday from Cartersville Mo Eliza White wife of Thomas White a wellknown colored man living near here died Sunday morning from paralysis 555- r k 1I r 7A WOMANS cztalk about vnnansi though it war the Ta Ufttljle Theres not a place in earth or heaven Theres not a task to mankind given Theres not ablessing ora woe Theres not a whisper yes or no Theres not a life ordeath or birth That luis a feathers weight o f jWithoutIjAVEAprominent ling in marriage ceremonies to omit whenever requested to the obnoxious to obey Oneofthis clergymans parishioners took him to task about this matter What right have you to tam per with the ceremony said he minIlisterobey me eighteen years ago but she hasnt to this day WHERE THEY KEEP THINGS A New England clergyman was taking breakfast one Sunday morning in a hotel in a little w tern town An old rough fellow across the table called over to him strangerTheexpect to to the ball game No Well where are you goin Im going to church Where do you come from New England Oh that explains it Thats where they keep the Sabbath and every other blamed thing they can lay their hands on A WARM CORPSE Some Irish bodysnatchers had rifled a grave and hid their booty in the of the chuVch yard when cornerS curred to a half tipsy fellow who had been watching them that it would be pleasanter to be driven back to town than to walk So he duly took the place of the corpse When their journey was about half done one of the men accidentally touched his hand and screamed to his partner Good heavens the body is warm Whereupon the supposed dead man in a deep voice remarked If you had been where I have been for the past two days you jInfull nossession of the vehicle EMBARRASSING A colored woman of Alexandria Virginia was on trial before a magistrate of that town charged with inhuman treatment pf heroffspring Evidence was clear that the woman had severely beaten the youngster aged some nine years who was in court to exhibit his battered condition Before imposing sentence his honor asked sthe woman if she had sacKinonah a ques 1JtifliLe1uUtc at Te f u Well then yo honah Id likeS to ask was the jotvhetheryo wuth less cull rchileOctobel Lip pincottsPOOR LANDOnce a Kansas farmer wet on the hot dusty road a homesteader pushing on excit stripWharye 1 farmerv a hundred and sixty acres o free land in the strip was the reply And the man vanished in glitter of dust and sunshine A month or two went by and on the same dusty road the Knn sas farmer met the homesteader- rE turning Hello what ye done with them hundred and sixty acres The homesteader pointed his whip proudly towards his mule team and said See them mules I traded 80 ofmy claim fer em othlJaway feller was a tenderfoot and I run in the other eighty acres on him without his knowin it SURE OFVERDICTA thug with a political pull in New York was indicted for stealing a truckload of hams The trial came The evidence against the thief lawyerleanedYou are a gone goose There is nothing for me to do- But the prisoner replied you just get up there and make a speech abusing all the witnesses Considering the size of your quicklySoabusive speech But the judge summedup powerfully against the ham stealer After an absence of five minutes however the jury returned a guiltyWell it said the prisoners lawyer as he left the house arminarm with his clientI said the other with a calm smile every man on that jury had one of those hams POINTED PARAGRAPHS After a girl has passed twenty the can dies of her birthday cake throw too much light on the subject r 4 1 lJI ill1 L mssionevs Sale KV h BATH CIRCUIT COURT lrOwingsvillevs Notice- P H Stephens deft By virtue of a judgment rendered by the Bath Circuit Court at its October term 1908 in the abovestyled case the undersign Master Commissioner willon the 9t1iIYMQINQVEMBER 1908 atabouf1 pms tvAji highest bidder at public butcry doorinrl following described property to wit One brown stallion 8 yohr sold old10aeone lay horse 7 yeas old the property of defendant P II Stephens or enough of said property to pay plaintiffs debt interest and costs aggregating on day of sale 34052 Said will be made on a credit of three months the purchaser will be required to execute a good bondwith good security for the plainItiffper annum from day of sale until paid and to have the force of a replevin bond aD W DOGGETT M C B C C C W Goodpaster Atty Commissioners Sale BATH CIRCUIT COURT Farmers Bank of Ow ingsville Ky plff vs Notice Sarah Farrow Etc Dfts By virtue of a judgment of the Bath Circuit Court rendered at the Qctober term 1908 in above case the undersigned Mas ter Commissioner wilLon the 9th DAYo NOVEMBER 1908 at about one oclock p m sell to the highest bidder at public outcry at the Courthouse door in Owingsville Kentucky a parcel of real estate lying in the town of Owingsville Ky bounded as follows on the east by the lot of Mrs Cuthbert Crouch on the west by the lot of Limas Miller on the north by High street and on the south the property of John Burns and Mary Shelton Plaintiffs debt interest and costs to satisfy which said sale will be made on day of sale will aggregate 34p98 Sale wlti be made on a credit of six months for the purchase price the purchaser will be required to execute a sale bond with good surety payable to the master commissioner bearing 6 per cent interest per annum from day of sale until paid having the force of a replevin bond The purchase price will remain a lien on the property until it is aidJ DOGGETT M C P t jd W jondpaafSftAoy ihuntinEhasor night rather for two or three weete past The Coon and Pos sum Co Limited invested their surplus in a dog which holds the record as a coon catcher before going regularly into business After spending until midnight on their last hunt in futile search for game they had neared their home on one of the most populous streets in town when they ered a possum creeping aggra justbeforeers deployed and closing in on all sides soon captured the little blue chicken thief this encour aging result hunting will be re sumed as soon as the weather will permit HAD EM AGAINDr S Weir Mitchell tells with keen enjoy ment of the experience of a med ical friend engaged a nurse recently graduated for a case of delirium tremens The physician succeeded in quieting his patient and left some medi cine instructing the nurse to ad minister it if he began to see i snakes again At the next call the physician found the patient again raving To his puzzled inquiry the nurse replied that the man had been going on that way for several hours and that she hadnot given him any medicine giveitagain demanded the physician But he didnt see snakes this time replied the nurse confi dently He saw red white and blue turkeys with straw hats on em Lippincotts AN ALSORAN Are you rela ted to the bride or groomelect asked the busy usher- uNo youinIm the defeated candidate STORE ROOM FOR RENT Under OUTLOOK Office 40 feet front by 20 feet deep and dry cellar of same size JOHN W HONAKER I IH i22i I J ot7X ll hl Commissioners Sale 1 BATH CIRCUIT COURT Vivian P Watts Plff vs Notice Henry Edmonds Etc ptts i By virtue of a judgment ren dered by the Bath Circuit Court at its October term 1908 in the 4If best bidder at the Courthouse door Owingsville Bath county X yMONDAYtwo parcels of real estate lying fon the waters of Slate Creek in Bath county Ky one or whichi is described as follows l 1st Beginning ata buckeye y the so est corner of Rans IL Chastains six hundred acre sur fivey thence E to Slate Creek thence up Slate Creek on westside of the mouth of Bulls Branch thence take the middle of Slate Creek up the same opposite the corner of John Parker thence E to a stake near a beech tree RaglandsIcomer aSlatethe west side of Slate Creek thence south to the creek thence iup the creek on the west side ithereof to to Chqstams original line thence line S to tvthe beginning containing 136 acres excluding therefrom how ever 5 acres 3 roods and 21poles of land conveyed to James M Jones by Ann Wilson on March 5 1868 also 4 acres of land convey yed therefrom by M P Stephens r 1 to John Jones and also 5 acres 2 VilsonJtot 1857 to which deeds and thre v cords thereof in the Bath County JClerks office reference is hereby tmade for a specific description of t saidexclusions e whole of said boundary about one ilhundred and twenty one acres of 5land being the same land con t byJBthe 14th day of Feby 1899 and nowduly of record in deed book 54 at page 359 in theBath Coin ty Clerks office And the other adjoins the above described tract and is described as follows tractI aldson on the east by th lands 4Ecribdof Jack Suttell and Shelby pentrand onthe vit by wi of Robt DO1aldSonco ii taming therein seentysi sores Iof land more or 1Demg the CMead 1 of date the 8th dfiypf June 1901 fiand now dulyof record in ddSbook 57 at 5 in thex Bat 3Bai y rIl4ic rihr flcSaleof six montis Jib purchnser ltd be required to execute bJnd good surety for the purcnase price lSlOner i terest per annum from date of i sale until paid and having the force of a replevin bond The purchase price will remain a lien on the land until it is paidSD W DOGGETT Com B C C Robi H Winn and Ct W Good rpester attorneys t i r THE MUTUAL BENEFIT Life nsuraneGo i Newark t N J r t fi FREDERICK FRELIN6HDTSEN Frestl j THE 1JlDENDJlnsilarlnc the put SlxtythreeyeariPktito Polleyllolders 2a4763a 4 Assets Jan 11008 lliBOC7B8 60 b Surplus 41i9548D03 I No Company has ever lccomrlished better results for icyholders J W ELGIN Gen Agent 207 Court Street Maysville Ky IiTREES Jif Everything far Orchard Lawn and Garden We Cataloguefree J H F IIILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky School Tax Due The Owingsville Graded School District Tax is due Please pay now and avoid the penalty per cent- S sD TI1OMPSONColkctor R 128 Outdf a total of 307157workSers in clothing factories in iroat Britain 197S20 are women y g I