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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i1I1 r r 1 6 rkJ 1 s I i 1 p I Ijf0 j i I w 4 j 01hilI- IIIl J to II uttook j ft = = il VOL XXX OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY NOV 26 I 99NO 2l TO SUBSCRIBERS The new postal rul ing was enforced April i Subscribers who wish THE OUTLOOK to continue coming to them should watch their address labels I and see that the date is ahead of thi date of the next is5ue of the paper The year for 4 4 which a paper is paid yfor is indicated thus 15 09 meaning that the subscription is paid to January 15 1909 =A rain Tuesday raised of drouthbreaking againIBest calico 5c for cash nt Mrs Estills The Fiscal Court of Claims will I meet again Tuesday Dec 8 Go to Mrs E3tiHs for child rens saques and caps cheap t TIiii BUonaJd s n is putting r f1low a freestone walk in front J residence f Thetirospect now is that a fullIcrop tobacco will be 1909nn Balk countyIBring me your eggs market price paid for them in i cash at Mrs EstuTs Such long continued dense smoke covering the country is ref markable even for Indian sum merje A woman is really to be corn miserated when she cant Ii a v e her own selection as to style ofI I divorce t Bil Goodpasters mare ran taway on Vedncsduy of laSt week Xlfi111 wrecked the buggy oh west S streEth I Elder N 0 Carpenter will z r pahat flarpersschooIhouse i 5iie afternoon and night Of Sun r l4yi Noy 29 Vk 7Jie offBctts wed Iing at f i tlit ChriitiartCliurch night is the lntcrestmgsoclal L cvent this week i fForSale vlOOacre farm of lateI f James Hprsefaan on Washington j HTJranch JWiLL t RSN A hORSEMANI i Esttlf 1ion er1aveleceived q pair of Barcus hdrse stocks and i yan nqty shoe the wildest horse danger to the animaL tfl+ Uid IAND SALEJudge CIxi VjticxMlpaster and Jeff L t t r pld their 206acre Banta farm r H near Reynoldsville to R S Cross and Ashby H Dawson at 75 per tt jtcre IJ i EYE f mp v ing outDEsTROYEDJllmeSj ts pile evejby the eyesight is destroyed J v RESIDENCE BjufRNED TheresiJ J t denccJ the on Flat Creek belonging tbAiMrs Sterling Dim mitt arid occupied by Garrett i DirlQanffind George Jflake and t theirifamilies was burhed Nov stuffJ4 k DAYWECELEBRATEihanks giving day will be duly celebrat ed with turkey dinners and oys ters church services and shoot ing game The day in town is usually like Sunday with the banks and part of the stores i closed I FOR RENTThe residence of the late B H Ross in the east qc ern suburb ofOwingsvillEat the junction and Mclntyres Ferry turnpikes two story sixroom house and three and twothirds acresof yard gar den and lot A nice and conven ient home Apply at THE OUT LOOK office WHIRLWIND CAMPAIGN FOR ED UCATION IN KENTUCKY Every trustee teacher every pa Jhteverypatrioti man and wo urKedi Rally at Owingsville Tuesday De cember 1 at one oclock p m Superintendent ER Jones of Franktort will speak onthe sam e days v- There will be speaking the sam day at Sharpsburg at ten oclock su m and at Salt Lick at seven i Ii m PICKETT METCALFE t r Superintendent J tISas J i f f peRSONAl Mrs T H Brown was in Mt Sterling Monday Jason J Mark Circuit Clerk remains seriously ill Elder R M Campbell returned from Danville Saturday Mrs Ida Elliott went to Pine ville last week on a business trip Grover Phelps of Mississippi is visiting his father Mrs John Scott went Saturday to visit her mother at Bunker HillMrs L R Slesser went to Cin cinnati Sunday to buy holiday goods Worth Goodpaster of upper Slate CreeK is growing worse of his ailment T Miss Edna Vice of lower Flat Creek is visiting her sister Mrsj David Stamper Miss Sallie Estill of GranJeJ City visited her aunt Jones this weektD N Sterling spent Sunday with Wm T Warner on upper Slate Creek 0 H Knight wife and daughter Edith of Sharpsburg were guests of James W Shankland aiid wife the past weekrJames Boaz came up from Par is last week to see his sisterMrs S N Cassity who has since lied at her home on Jones Branch James Pendleton wife and baby of Paris spent a few days last week with Mrs Pendletons 1IWood of Mt Sterling were eJpected WcdnesdaV of this weeke to visit their auqtUiIrs John W 1lonakertson Mt Olivet and Mrs Walton and twin babies of Flerningsburgare rived Tuesday and wifeaMrs John A Daugherty re a gICyher daughter Mrs John E Moss a who came home with her After a visit to their uncle ChasA RcidNelsou ReldQr Bethel andS T Judge of s Nicholas con returned home the latter rr i last week Rollie Md T of Cptoibus Ohio who hieengxt1 w itrs Jane near Presto cm leSunday visit his uncle Prl0 Jac4csp Mrs F P iiudgell brought herddaughter Miss Louise home the hospital At Louisville Satur reIJ Wallace Barnes hada pri dhouseholdwife left at noon Tuesday for 327 South Broadway street Lebanonao to make their a and Mrs Barnes are among our best people and the loss of theirp citizenship is regretted ever Mr Barnes retains his legal t residence here and will come a back to vote The best wishes of their many friends go with themsrYMRS SAMUEL CASSITYDEAD MMrs Samuel Cassity died Montflay afternoon at her Jones Branch She had an at k of fever recently and had yetcovered when she received scratch on her hand which had developed blood poisoning before the physician was called in The disease had gone too far for rem edy The burial was made Wed nesday morning in Owingsville CemeteryDeceased was aged abbut 55 years She was a daughter of Thomas Boazand wife and isj survived by two brothers and three sisters James of Bourbon county John of the Mt Sterling Mrs Frances Cline west of town Mrs Flem Wells of Indiana Mrs Stephen Reynolds of Jones Branch She was married to Samuel Cassity when a young woman and their surviving chil dren are Newton at home Will ard and Oliver of Danville IndIMrs Newton Kincaid of near home and Mrs Littleton Suladie of Katy Texas Mrs Cassity was a devoted member of the Christian church an affectionate wife and mother and a lady held in the best regard by her com familyhavefriends in their sad bereavement GREATLY EXAGGERATEDThI announcement that R H Conner was putting down a freestone sidewalk along his property one Slate Avenue waa greatly exag geratedashehafnopresentorre QI same voluntarily And there are others r POOLED TOBACCO ALL SOLDI There was great rejoicing here when the word came last week that the deal between the Burley Tobacco Society and the American Tobacco Co had been closed for seventyfive per cent of the pooled tobacco The representa tives of each side came to an agreement about 4 oclock p m Wednesday Nov 18 and the news over the Burley to bacco district as fast as the wires could carry it The trade was for 75 per cent of the 1906 pool at scheduled prices and 75 per cent of the 1907 at to IThatlbs of 1906 and 6O000000lbs of 1907 tobacco The total amount will be about 12000000 The time for delivery is Nov 24 1908 to Feb 1 1908 Thus ends the warfare which been vigorously waged for years sometimes with a bit erness and violence that threatened the subversion of law and order The organized growers have triumphed but not without many a that was at first aggressively enthusiastic Predictions were freely made by of the more astute observers that the pool was bound to break down from the mighty resources of the Tobacco Trust and the necessities of the greater number of growers And theI success of the pool is undoubted Ia wonderful accomplishment all things ar considered nightriderismlienated SUPIpolthat the Society could have pre vented nightriding Perhaps nojcause on a great scale r succeeded without much and ross wrongdoing by individual But that fact is not sufficient argument against a reat cause Bath county holders have about million pounds of 1906 and three million pounds of the 1907 crops oflS1iarpsQurtand J M Richart of Owings 11andsevencyfm v ousand p o u n ds Mr Shrout L estimated to have aadeajjroiijof 15QOp balance tobaccolis practically sold to the independ ut manufacturers and Tues ay of this week is setfor a great meeting at Winchester to arrange for closing out the pool business MRS SUSAN COYLES DEATHW After a long illness of liver troti ble Mrs Susan Coyle died Tues ay night Nov 17 Always hikelyhend grief during the long illness youngesthildast summer Funeral services were held at morningboutreading a chapter in the Bible nd making a prayer in the ab- ence of Elder L M Campbell byhewas made in the family lot in the OwingsvilleCemetery lie the husbandand hree elder children George W Coyle James Lizzie wife of Jasper Lacy and Lou Ann gravebywere Dr J H Taulbee Leslie Shrout C W Honaker John W Honaker Ed L Byron and W P Conner Jr Deceaseds maiden name was Green She was born in 1839 and was reared in Owen county where she was met and married by George W Coyle the brick man in 1859 They came to his home in this county shortly after their marriage and lived here the balance of their lives part of the time on Prickly Ash Creek and later a short distance east of Ow ingsville Her husband died 18 or 20 years ago Of their chil dren there survive John H Andrew Clell of Roes Run and RobertMrs Coyle was a homeloving and homekeeping woman de voting her energies and life to the welfare of her family Kind and good to all who came in as impressedthose the best and gentlest of women and enjoyed the esteem and friendship of neighbors and ac quaintances alike who will miss and long mourn her Thomas H Dudley of Flem ingsburg had both eyes shot out recently by a companion who fired at a flock ofbirds tt Pi J2 Have You Tried the Pocket JFor tlielfall and winter trade I have the largest nu 1bcst stock I have ever carried The celebrated Shield brand clothing the Selz anti other good makes of shoes huts overcoats notions furnishing goods etc Withmore than thirtyyears experience and with onefourth the expense of other houses in this line 1 can and will sell you goods at less price than any store in this or any neighboring town Everything Mpresented at j GILLONS in the Pocket Owingsville Ky ofthe1DartridJre boom of the guns from morning till night is like warfare Rab bits have been ver plentiful but partridges are seldom bagged as the few flocks that are left promptly take to the bushes when flushedfTIME The pigeons that roost on the hands of the Courthouse clock and derange depletedlastof the local gunners who began daybreakwas a premature celebration of Christmas HarIerty was brought back from the Flemingsbutglast the sum of 500 which he gave His examining trial is set for Nov 27 Daugherty will beable to appearas a witness at the trial BARN BURNED Thomas F Razors barn hear Moores Ferry was burned one day last week cpnsuming a lot of corn hay and other feed stuff lumber and ma chiner The harii from opciatlingf near ie A sprinkle of rain and th un shining s the best Avn ay could do hi the drouthbreak g line Commissioners Sale MONTGOMERY CIRCUIT COURT L A Glover Adm c Plff versus Lida Redmon c Deft Notice of Sale in Equity By virtue of a judgment and MontgomeryCircuit September term 1908 thereof in the above cause the under signed will on- MONDAY DEC 14 1903 at one oclock p m or therea bout being Court day proceed to offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder on a credit of six months at the Courthouse door in Owingsville Ky the property mentioned in the Judg ment towit A tract of land sit uatedon the waters of Flat Creek in Bath county Kyand bound ed bv beginning at a set stone at fig 1 on the plat a corner to Thos Steele m A Glovers line thenceS 52 E 2296 poles to a set stone in a bottom corner to said Glover at fig 2 thence N 35J E 47 poles to a stake corner to same at fig 3 thence S 84 E 113 4 poles to a stone inJ N Stofers line corner toL A Glover at fig 4 thence with Stofers line N 5i E 52 poles to a stake near a small black walnut saplipg corner to said Stofer in Carters line at fig 5 thence with Carters line N85 W 956 poles to a set stone at fig 6 near and just east of a gate post corner to landof Thos Steele thence with his line S Hi W 1 poles to a set stone corner to said Steele at fig 7 thence N 85 W 22 poles to a stone corner to said Steele at figS thence with anoth er of Steeles linesS 28i W 4516 poles to thebeginning containing 4069 acres of land The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved Se curity for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a replevin bond bearing legal interest from the day of sale according to law Bidders will be prepared to com ply with these terms A lien will be retained on the land sold till all the purchase money is paid Bond payable to Master Commis sioner JOHN A JUDY MasterCommissioner Montgom ery Circuit Court p Mj f r7flJl i J f o SX UTPovER WEDDI N G MagPowerM Campbell at thehome of the brides mother Mrs Ann Ar noldon Coyle street about 8 oclock p m Tuesday Nov 24 The bride is the widow of Stoner Power She is a handsome and charming young woman The bridegroom is a prosperous farm er of Harpers Branch and is one of our best citizens being a son of Isaac Shrout deceased Mr and Mrs Shrout are heartily con gratulated They went to Mr Shrouts home immediately after the ceremony STORE ROBnEDOSliroutss- tore at Moores Ferry was rob nightNovsefcured next day from Mt Sterling and they followed trail to Licking river where it is sup posed the robbers took a boat No further trace could be found FOR SALE Two frame build ings of Odd Fellows Hall Co to be removed from lot on Vimont street Apply to R S Estill and G W Boyd RURAL REPARTEESary snickered young Abe Corntossel I kinder think Ill put myself onthe Christmas tree fer ye this yearIf yerda Abe giggled Sary theyll not akeyor off this year Theyll let you stay there until yer git ripeor ugh W pic- kConiniissiniieis Sale BATH CIRCTTT COURT J B Goodpastr Plaintiff- vs Notice Perry Oakley Defendant By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Bath Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1908 in the abovestyled case the undersigned Master Commissioner will o nthe 14th DAY of DECEMBER 1908 at about one oclock p msell to the highest bidder at public out cry at the Courthouse door in Owingsville Kentucky a parcel of real estate lying in Bath coun ty Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at a corner OR the Pres ton pike near the lowest gate post of the old passway on Peel ed Oak Branch thence sodth with the old Kelsoe line to a corner in the line of Thomas Bottsand the Hicks farm thence east with the line of said Kelsoe and Hicks and Bottsr negroes to a corner in the line of the old Wade place thence north to a tract of land now oc cupied by William Botts of color with the Botts line fence to the county road thence with thecounty road to a beech tree near north bar post in the west side of road thence running west in a straight line to a corner near a red oak stump near the persim mon orchard thence north with the old passway road to a corner south of the graveyard thence north of west on a straight ine to a corner on the east side of the old passway road near a sycamore tree on east branch of Peeled Oak Branch thence with the bluff of said branch to a sugar tree thence west across said branch to the beginning containing about one hundred and twentyfive acres more or less Enough of said land will be sold to satisfy plaintiffs debt inter est and costs which on day of sale will aggregate 29054 Sale will 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 Corn missioner bearing six per cent interest annum from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgment The purchase price will remain a lien on the property until it is paid D W DOGGETT M C B C C J J Nesbitt Atty rf I IirC J t n BUGGY ROBES t Just opened a nice new uptodatestodcotf BUGGYcW and v thal miufrtlfc ia very 10wJlHandmade Saddlesantf mess are the cheapest for they wearlongerandreatoUsei Buy jVIHSTTTTATSr SPRING ADTTT4 i they are the easiest riding wear longest and wonftihwttifcJdfeei l r i FEbEUCENEMIN1HANOWtNGLE k 1 Y RACKET JIflREVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY Ladies Duck Skirts 100 Ladies White Underskirts 98 75c Ladies Union Suits 50 25c Ladies Vests and Pants each 25c Ladies Vests extra large 35c Fascinators 50 35 25c Dresser Scarfs 50 48 25c Table Covers 50 48 25c We have a nice line of side combs and back combs cheap in price and the best in quality also the latest styles in ladies Handbags at reasonable prices 25 35 50c Rubber belts black and tan50 25c Pictures and Picture i Frames lOc to 125 Cto3Rl 55c to 225 325c Traps 2Hammers t Padlocks The hunting season is now on so come to the Racket Store t tland getyour shells cheaper than can elsewhere Now is the time to horse and cattle powders Come and tryq ta box our Capitol remedies guaranteed to cure 1 I have a mens gloves both lined and unlined from 48c to125also a few mens at cost The Highest Cash Price Poultry and Eggs J R MAXEYSuccessor FOR VIRGINIA Screened LunipancIP1utoZ4Canne COA L1Wr- ite or Telephone to j ROSE RUN IRON CO riOLYMP1A KENTUCKY RONTyonthtofcUUoehoo estly to relegate watch alongwithwatch that you can depend onto meet the conditions of the Ufeytm lead wish yon would cH and tee out WatehefleSouthit will do for you not oa Use strength of pastWe ceo notny of baying a loath Bend iWatch If you will ask M We Kusraatee them to be satla factory tlmekeepem Jlc meniber the South Bend Watch frozen in kc still keeps perfect ttm There is a kind cold comfort J in the reflection that international divorce cant exceed the limits of international marriage Mrs Dorcas What was the first she did when she got presentDorcas store to find out what itcostI How IT WAS lJONESheThe idea And we werent even stand ing under the misletoe HeNo I did that sub rosa LAND FOR SALE Onethird interest in oOOOacres of land in eastern part of Ken tucky it being the landallotted to Mrs Margaret E Kerns in division of her grandfather Richard Graves estate Title genuine payments easy See or address 203t B KERNS rfd 1 SharpshurK Ky 4 SureCatch Rat Traps lOc SureCatch Mouse 3c 2 Be Round Mouse Traps 5c jWire Rat Traps 30c Monkey Wrenches25e 1 Horse Shoe Pincers 48c Horse Shoe Rasps i 35c Horse Shoe Nails V13cHorse Brushes ORlfta Curry Combs 12Jll 8j8 Rim Knob Door Locks 19s School Tablets 10 854 15 1C 1j Childrens Gloves 10 5c hand you use of good line of suits and odd pants IY Paid For the of thing the W lOc j 1JJEWElEPDEAbXB IN IGIANj I Watches I t1 Clocks J t Jewelry ilt Silverware Optical 1MachlnORAPHOPIIONES ETC fS REPAIRING A SPECIALTY lw1G8vnIEi K Nice Line South Bend Watches j f 4 chrAmEDA hustler in oJlubricatingLiberal commission to reliable men THE fC1evelandOhio FRUIT and ORAMENTAL TREESEverythlngfor t Lawn and Garden V e have no agents Catalogue free H F HILLENMEYER it SONSlLexington Ky i STORE ROOM l FOR RENTSUnder OUTLOOK Office 40 feet front by 20 feet deep and dryh JJOtiNWIf I v fr wjt t 1 IofJ ri F I c U The Punlpki t W Dy Jouw GRLciLIir WItTltR AL0 Thanktgiring Day nhen front I71 and from IVest Front Northand froi Soitk come tit tipilgrhn mad gutat Wzen Ihe grayhairtd New EzgFandea sees round Mi board The old bivLwi iJh ofajfcclion rtslorM c I Wlirn lite carcrrarfrdtnan Ittb IiiP nollter wire snore Ami the rorH tnalron imile where the gltjiileI lcforet f k t What mOIStens the lip andiriat brigFiIew p the ryei i What calls had Iht pass lilt tt rick PuuspLin pie 0 t Irn 1 t Itt t t2 t t 1 f I tv y jf r4 4 4 a I c t r JI nJtti 1 r n1i Sine unto the Lord with thanksgiving Psalm 1477 HANKSGIVING is ono of our highest and holiest duties There are in the Scriptures more commands and calls to praise than to prayer Yet few duties are more frequent 7 1T neglected than this There are l many people who are always coming to God with requests but who do not t como to him with thanksgiving after rthelr requests have been granted Ten J I llepcrs onco cried to Jesus for cleans 1 xting as he was passing them at a dls q nce He graciously beard them and 1P 7 granted their plea When they had t been healed ono of the ten returned ta thank the healer but the other nineI 4 came not again with any word of rec r wgnition or the great for they had recelved So it Is many d att blessed and helped but few show i Krmtltade Our Lord felt keenly the t r i iJagratitude ot the lepers who r- er o turned not Where are the nlneTwas This pained question God pouts out uponhlart hoiiriaseacM J u BUSn V itt Aha lai ecrisgSfSv ho heartSl oftatouUeI Its praise amid llfeV dlsapI4 Many there are who think that Ifa Y 3 Certain definite days are set apart for apinUM It Is enough For example rp t Jj5 JT will be grateful for a whole day i r5 oce In a year touching then every r chord of praise In their being think lag that this is tho way God wantsSi SStB to show their gratitude But the ilItThanksgiving day Is pot in t t dedto gather into Itself the thanks i1 j jflTlng for a whole year rather it is t ilnAnded to give the keynote for all A the years life Lifes truo concert ill pitchVis praise If we find that we t r are below the right pitch we should t take advantage of the particular y tlu ksglviBg seasons to get keyed GP When the strings of life begin to itJt jv discordant thanksgiving will put Mtatane tl Tfce Ideal life la one of gladness iio TJattankfulness and fretfulnesS areI Jy dlsoords in the song Wo have no tf rlgbt to live gloomily or sadly Go where we may we hear the music of I trJ toT u less OUr ears have become tone g a- jieaf The world is full of beauty and- it tU ot jautlc Yet it Is strange how I anY people seem neither to see the l feteUmeM nor bear the music It j5 cweUlt many of us would train l r elres to see the glory and good r eesof God as revealed in nature it- Ji ir I yillbe sad to leave this world after rtaJ1acall threescore or fourscore it t za without having seen any of the f eA thousand beauties with which God t Xad adorned It Consider the lilies t akt Jeaue Every sweet flower has a- ytr t ii message of joy to hIm who can read t f the One wiio loves Gods rowersandblrd and trees and znoun I rJ tains and rivers and seas and hast f i learned to heed the Voices which every I 1lL where whisper their secrets to him 1 lIi f 1i wto understands can never be sad Or r 4 jtjnjun r r j j nnn J i Is i jz v JIBt to be alive We sing I would 4 k I sKit live alway but most of us are I p Jtj4 t thankful iwt to have that limit too rig h iF Mly defined Life may be a vapor taU of woe but it Is fairly livable f J i J7it f IQfle tke less F rbealthIti have It for not be am Is any iuoo41or what I can be if it isnt t That there Isno law to force the tI t 1 1 tJ wciriajref the seasons munstrous mil f iif lisa not pushed food t prices beyond Thanksgiving dinner f possibility r rifi For that dinner in prospect with a t t dIet1oa to enjoy It 7 b r For living In a day of predigested 4 r J 1 f JN iOd Ifdlgestion Is not up to the mark H tbatIrn a woman In an age When itr woman scoreL i i t La the stoniach 1 f 1 f1 k li tl 4tit r r si f toIt J iy t 4 9 lonely The power to hear what natures voices have to say Is in our hearts not merely In tho ear We must havo the beauty in our souls before we can see beauty anywhere Hence there aro many who are really blind to the loveliness which God has strewn everywhere with most lavish hand in his works So we must have the music in our heart before we can hear the music which sings every where for him who has ears to hear It we have thanksgiving within us we will have no trouble In finding gladness wherever we go It Ic a sad and cheerless heart that makes the world seem dreary to certain people It only they will let Joy enter to dwell within a new world would be created for them It we allow our heart to cher ish unlovlngness bitterness evil thoughts or feelings we cannot hear the music of love which breathes everywhere pouring out from the heart of God But It wo keep our heart gentle patient lowly and kind on our ears will fall wherever wp co sweet strains of divine music Then a glad life mafcea a lifs ofI gladness wherever it goes It leaves auf unbroken lanwor suhBeams behind It Everybody Isbetter as well as happier for meeting one whose Christian life radiates gladness and cheer WC can do nothing better either for ou selves or for the world in which wt live than to learn the lesson of prals3 and of thanksgiving Let us learn to sing unto the Lord with thanksglv ing There are troubles In every life but thero are a thousand good things for one trial Sometimes wo have disappointments but even these are really Gods appointments as some day we shall find out If people are unkind to us we must go on lov ing just as before our hearts full of unconquerable kindness and it will finally win Tho most deepseated ten dency to sadness can be overcome and replaced by happy cheerfulness The gospel of Christ comes to us and tells us that wo must be born again born from above born of God and our very nature will be recreated Then di vine grace assures us that It Is not impossible even for the most unholy lifo to be transformed into holiness The being that is saturated with sit may bo whiter than snow There Is no unhappyItity or Hs early training which cannot through divine help learn the lesson of happiness and thanksgiving The secret of Christian joy Is the peace of Christ in the heart Then one is not dependent upon circumstances or con ditions St Paul said be had learned in whatsoever state he was therein to be content We know well that his circumstances were not always congenial nor easy but he sang songs in his prison with as cheerful a heart as when he was enjoying the hospitality of a loving friend There might be hardships sufferings and want but In himself ho had the peace of Christ and this sustained him St Paul- aeretot contentment Is the Christians true secret of a happy life 11 AfGW JKbis t9betlutnkfuI for ingany1cterIfIhaventf 14t Ij Thatproaperity 1 heartfarer Thanksgiving does not depend ao a special day unyand all time are sea son able Thanksgiving makes a crust sweet the want of It a turkey bitter Thanksgiving begets more favors for which to be thankful peltForwearoorwomanFor sun and moon tor land and sea For what now is and whats to be wayImThanksgiving In the Hpme It Is eminently proper that there should bo cultivation of tho spirit of thanksgiving in every home The j home should be considered tho first of all American Institutions In it are reared the future useful men and faith ful women ef this nation Mr Hen Peck Says Mr Hen Peck It is not sur prising that troubles nevtur com Uo lIe they are all married 1j Ybt SHIPS COLLIDE IN A FOG FRUIT CARRIER TEARS GREAT HOLE IN PASSENGER STEAMER Five Hundred Lives Saved By Captain Who Holds His Vessel Against Crippled Craft New York Nov 2LThe lives 01 more than fiOO passengers were Inv periled Sunday when the fruit stcamci Admiral Dewey Inward bound from Jamaica crashed Into tile steam r Sit Desert outward bound from Hay Itldgo to the fishing banks The Admiral Dewey coming sud denly out of a fog bank struck the Mt Desert almost amidships opening a gash in the fishing vessel that extend ed from tho upper deck to the waters edge There were 450 passengers Includ ing 20 women and six children on the Mt Desert unit the Admiral Dewey carried 45 passengers Panic Immediately folowed the col Union and It was duo to the prompt action of Capt Davidson of the Dewey that a catastrophe was avoid ed for the passengers on the fishing steamer began to pile over the guard rails of that vessel and leap for tha deck of tho Admiral Dewey Had ho backed his steamer away many would have been drowned Capt Davidson kept the steamer moving slowly ahead and this held the prow ot tho fruit steamer Into tho rent that had been made and afforded a boarding place for the frightened passengers of the Mt Desert Thus tho two steamers moved slowly to the east bank of the lower bay while a wild scene was taking place on the deckIt was believed the Mt Desert would sink and the passengers fought frantically to get to the deck of tin Admiral Dewey Men and women crowded over the guard rails so rapidly that they trampled upon each otherIn tho space of 15 minutes fully 350 of the passengers of the Mt Desert sprang to the deck of the other steam er By this time the Admiral Dewey had pushed the Mt Desert so close to the east bank that the keel of the former was striking bottom As nearly all the passengers had been transferred and the panic was subsiding Capt Davidson signaled to havo the engines stopped and a low minutes later the boats drifted apartLater the Mt Desert steamed to South Brooklyn where she docked to permit her few remaining passengers to go ashore Meantime the Admiral Dewey had been taken up the river to her pier where her own and the passengers front the Mt Desert were landed GEORGIA MERCHANT Shotand Killed By Woman Who It Is Alleged He Tried To Assault Dublin Ga Nov23In defense of her honor Mrs Roslo B Davis a luinU some young widow Saturday night shot W L TUJery a leading business man of this section Inflicting a wound from which her assailant died In a tew hours According to Mrs Dar Ue wap aone when Tillery forced his way Into the house She retreated to her room and seized a pistol She warned him but ho seized her in his arms and cs bo did so she fired the bullet striking him near the heart Tillery refused to make a statement about the matter but some of his friends allege he was insane This theory Is scouted as Mrs Davis declares his purpose was outrage Mrs Davis Is wealthy and prominent socially Her husband has lcn dead about eight months Tillery leaves a family Public sympathy Is with Mrs Davis and sHe will not be prosecuted Will Probably Be Lynched Owl City Tenn Nov 23 Because they shot two white officers at church service three brothers James Marshall and Ed Sanberg all negroes probably will be lynched The broth ers have been surrounded in a tense thicket by a mob which formed soon after the trouble Seth Martin who reached hero at midnight from the scene says that although Sheriff Haynes and deputy sheriffs are in the man hunt the mob which Is cOrn posed of both whites and blacks will fake tho law in their own hands SUer Iff Haynes says ho is powerless to in terfere and has lost hope of saving his jrlscners Wrecked Bank With Dynamite- S dalla Mo Nov 23Tl1e Bank of Sweet Springs at Sweet Springs Sa line county Mo was robbed of 5OOU In currency at 3 oclock Sunday morn lag by professional cracksmen who blew open the vault with dynamite The bank building was wrecked Three men supposed to be the rob hers were seen going east afoot soon after the noise of the explosion aroused the town- ThirtyEight Tribesmen Killed Lisbon Nov 23 Advices receiver here from the governor of Portuguese Guiana state that a punitive expedition has inflicted a severe blow on the marauding tribesmen The expedition killed 38 tribesmen Two Men Found Killed Osslnlng N Y Nov 23Almost In front of the gate leading to the estate of William Rockefeller the bodies of William Arthur Purdy and William Kramer both of Tarrytown were found Sunday Invent an Aerocurve Turin Nov 23Two brothers named Gemma living at Novara haVe invented an aeroplane which from its shape iheycall an aerocurvo They claim that It is capable of making a flight of 60 mItes an hour and can ascend to a height of 2000 feet Mme Curie Honored Paris Nov 23Mmo Curie who jointly with her husband the late Prof Curie discovered radium tins been appointed professor of physics In the faculty of science Paris UuIcrslty 1 I SsSSIc A w 1i- j 1 JI 0 ENOUGH TO WAKE HIM CHILDREN CONTRACT PLAGUE FOUR HAVE FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE IN DANVILLE PA Officials Believe Spread of Contagion Will Be CheckedCattieShlp- ments Are Stopped Washington Alarming results fol lowing the outbreak of a contagious foot and mouth disease in New York and Pennsylvania causing those states to be quarantined against In terstato shipments of cattle etc were shown Friday In advices which reached Secretary of Agriculture Wilson stating that four children In Dan yule Pa had contracted the dis easeA rigid investigation is In progress in Danvlllo and elsewhere to deter mine whether others have become similarly affected The officials believe that the spread of the contagion will bo checked although admitting that the situation is grave and will re quire energetic and concerted action by the state and federal authorities New York Nov 21Cattle shipments to foreign ports from New York and Philadelphia were brought to an abrupt close Friday by the cattle quarantine established in this state and in Pennsylvania on account of the out break of tho foot and mouth disease The quarantine does not affect ports outside of Now York and Philadelphia except as to cattle from the two states affected by the ruling Western cattle may still be shipped abroad from either Boston or Baltimore Buffalo N Y Business at the stock yards here was completely tied up when at a meeting of the Esst Buffalo Livestock association Fridf y night the membr adopted a resolu tlon on railroads to cancel all orders for shipments of cattle or swine to or through Buffalo The as rtrlngentChief Melvin of Washington and Commissioner Pearson of Ute state depart ment of agriculture Two cases of foot and mouth disease were found Friday on a Niagara county farm and one in fected herd In Erie county was de stroyedLondon Confidence Is expressed hero that the energetic action of the American officials soon will stamp out the foot and mouth disease Officials are not alarmed concerning the possibility of a beef shortage In this connection John Burns president of the local government board called attention to the rapidly growing con bumption in England of homegrown cattle CAIRO TRACTION DEAL McKinley Syndicate Is Given City and Interurban Franchises Cairo mTheCalro city council Thursday granted a 50year Interurban rnllwayfranchiseThis syndicate has already bought the local electric street railway the elec tric iightt lant and the Cairo City Gas Company An Interurban line will be built to connect Cairo with Mounds Mound City and Villa Ridge and will later extend to St Louis Insane Farmer Kills Nephew i Danville KyHugh Thompson a wealthy young farmer became sud denly Insane Thursday and shot and killed his nephew Frederick Garrison aged 18 years The boy after being shot fired one shot at his uncle the bullet lodging Ina lower limb The wtund his believed will prove fatal because of the large amount of blood lopt Thompson had only recently been released from an Insane asylum Finds But Cannot Have Her Child Belllngham Wash After prosecut ing a search for her child for 13 years finding the boy III Bolllngham last Juno the adopted son of A W Dem lag Miss Maude Fields of St Louis failed Friday to secure possession of the child Judge De Tlere of the superior court gave the boy into the charge of Its adopted parents Richmond Publisher Dead Richmond Va Joseph Bryan own er of the Richmond TimesDispatch diet suddenly Friday night Informer Is Shot to Death Tccumseh OklaOn the main street of this city Thursday Bill Johnson of Tecumseh shot and in teYantly killed Oscar Jones because Jones gave Information which resulted In the search of Johnson residence for illeg liquor Skeleton of Mammoth Found Minneapolis MinnA crew deepen- Ing and widening the channel of Huntings Point Lake Minnctonka has unearthed a part of a skeleton of a irnimniui I iS l + EMPEROR WILLIAM YIELDS Promises People to Conform to Con stitutional Methods Berlin Warned by the angry tide of popular feeling that swept the em pire from end to end Emperor William Tuesday yielded to the nation and promised henceforth to conform himself to constitutional methods of conducting the policies of Germany The climax to the public utterances of the emperor was reached In an In terview which he gave to an English man and which was published in the London Dally Telegraph on October 28 As the outcome of this the whole country was aroused the roichstag Indorsed the attitude of many of Its prominent members when they denounced the sovereign and Chancellor von Buelow while he attempted to smooth away the affair undertook to communicate to his majesty a straight forward and unvarnished statement of how the German people viewed his In tervention In affairs of state The Interview between the emperor and tho imperial chancellor took place at the new palace In Potsdam Tuesday morning and at its conclusion the em peror made formal promise to his people that In the future he would not act except through the chancellor and his associate ministers MINE HORROR IN MONTANA Nine Men Believed to Have Lost Their Lives at Red Lodge Butte Mont Fire Friday mom Ing In the fourth drift east from No 2 slope of the Northwestern Im provement Companys mine at Red Lodge caused the death ofnine thin ers Tho bodies of three have been recovered Six are missing and there- is no doubt that they are dead SeVen men were taken from th working at one p m In halfdead cor dltfon and aro npyf lu l EflttMembers of tIle fire del artme 50 volunteers then started the work of rescue anti within half an hour thl skips were running down the fourth entry and a hundred men wero loaded on the cars and broughttp the surface many of them completely exhausted LOOKOUT INN 1C BURNED Famous Hotel on Mountain Top Destroyed by Flames Chattanooga Tenn Famous old Lookout Inn on the crest of Lookout mountain was burned to the ground late Tuesday together with all its contents The owners Messrs Jung and Sbammotulskl stated that a deal had just been consummated for the tale of the inn property for a consid eratlon of 135000 and but for the fire the deal would have been dosed Tues dayAside from the hotel four cottages and their contents were destroyed en tailing a loss estimated at 16000 The hotel was completed In 1889 and had been visited by persons of note from all over the world Philadelphia Brokers Assign Philadelphia The firm of John A Boardman Co stock brokers made an assignment Thursday to Lincoln L Eyre who has taken charge of the companys affairs The firm had several branch offices In New York The offices were closed Thursday and have printed notices directing that all In qulries be made to the main office In Philadelphia The firm has a chain of 19 offices in eastern cities two offices being located hero Injured During Initiation Lincoln Neb Govelect A C Shal lonberger sustained a fractured leg while being Initiated as a member of the Shrlners Wednesday night Naval Officers CourtMartialed Manila A courtmartial convened on the battleship Louisiana Friday for the purpose of trying Lieut Com mender Jewell of the Louisiana ant Lieut Bowers of the Rhode Island on charges of personal misconduct dur ing the visit of the fleet to Japan Forest Fires In Southern Illinois Evansville IndInformation received from Grayvllle and Carml Ill states that forest fires have been raging In southern Illinois and the damage has been serious Immense Tobacco Deal ClosedILouisville lyTle big dealbeI tween the American Tobacco Com and the Burley Tobacco society papI toIbaccoto bo the largest of Its kind ever put through involves nearly 80000000 pounds of tobacco held in the pool by the Burley Tobac co society and an outlay of something llko 14000000 on tho American Tibacco company ly all of 1hls money being practicalI culatlci at once in central JiJ a i Ij 1 JOHN 05 QUIZZED SHARP CROSSEXAMINATION OP STANDARD OIL CHIEF IMMENSE PROFITS SHOWN Earnings of the Octopus In 1907 Were About 80OOOOOoWltnelS- Memory Concerning Rebates Is Not Good New York For over five hours Friday Join D Rockefeller wit ness for the defense in the government suit to dissolve the Standard OH Company faced an unceasing fire of questions from the federal counsel Prank B Kellogg and when adJourn- ment was taken until Monday the head of the oil combine was still being srossexamlncd on the charges that the company in its early days accepted ro tates to the disadvantage of Its rivals Mr Rockefellers crossexamination will probably not be concluded until late Tuesday as Mr Kellogg made It known that ho would Inquire Into every detail of tho companys business Enormous Earnings Shown The enormous earning power of the oil combination was sharply brought out In Fridays hearing when Mr Rockefeller after stating that the Standard had paid dividends amount Ing to 40000000 In 1907 said It had earned as much more and that ibis Will added to the companys surplus vhlch was stated by tie governments counsel to be 300000000 It was further stated by Mr Kellog that the company within the last eight years had earned nearly bait a billion dol larsThe course of Mr Rockefellers testimony In the hands of government counsel ran not so smoothly as on Thursday when ho told his story un der the direction of friendly counsel but the rapid fire interrogations of the prosecutor wore always met with un shaken imperturbability and readiness to answer except when as he ex plainedIt quite impossible for me to remember after 35 years I do not recall Remembers Only One Rebate Mr Rockefeller was questioned closely regarding rebates which the Standard was charged with receiving but with the exception of the agree ment with the Pennsylvania railroad which Mr Rockefeller explained gave the Standard a rebate because It effected an equalization of oil ship ments he could not recall any other rebates though he thought It was likely that he might have heard of It at the time The president of the StanJard Oil Company when he learned that tho government counsel would not be able to conclude the crossexamination by Saturday night suggested an adjournment until Monday which was agreed to by counsel CrossExamined by Kellogg New York With the telling of the story of the first score of years the industrial development of e Standartj OH Company the testi mony of Johrt JX irocXgf elI6r president of the oil combine on dlr ct examination In thejederal suit to dissolve1 the Standard Company was brought to an unexpected close Thursday afternoon The head ot the Standard told ot the processes and causes of the comp nys growth up to the trust agreement of 1382 and after he Identified the par Ites to that agreement counsel for the lefenso announced that Mr Rockefel ler had concluded his direct test mony and requested an adjournment until Friday Friday found Mr Rockefeller on the witness stand under the sharp fire of the crossexamination ot Frank B Kel logg special assistant attorney general prosecuting tho case for the gov ernment The crossexamination by the government will be confined to the period from 1862 to 1882 except where the testimony has direct bearing on developments in the companys affairs in Its later period HaytlPortSimon commander of the south for 20 years having refused to comply with the recent request of President Nord Alexis toedme to Port au Prince and confer with the president on the political situation has been de dared a rebel The revolutionary movement appears to be serious as Gen Simon Is In the possession of arms and ammu nition Communication with the south Is interrupted Tries to Burn Mother Alive Muscatlne la Enraged because his widowed mother would not give him money with which to pay his excessive gambling debts George Dal- tOn aged 20 set fire to the house and his mother was barely rescued by neighbors Dalton Is being hunted with hounds andit is feared that he may be lynched Actress Weds Viscounts Heir LondonAnother romance of the stage was recorded Thursday after noon In the marriage of Eileen Orme n musical comedy actress to the Hon Morris Hood heir of Viscount Brld port Miss Orme Is 18 years old Woman Convicted of Murder Sioux City laMrs Mary Harbour accused of the murder of Miss Rose Adams her foster daughter was Thursday found guilty of murder in the second degree The jury deliber ated Vt hours Thirteen Hurt In Collision Kansas City MoThirteen persons on a westbound Santa Fe train were more or less Injured most of them escaping Jjvlth bruises when train No 109 westbound and No 114 east bound collided a few miles west of this titS Wednesday Holland Again BpccU StorKt The aguIn view ot the fact that an Interesting event Is expected next spring Queen Wilhelmlna has been forblUJel by her physicians to hold her customary private audiences J t1 f1J a irrd i Ifqpa I of t J r 5 t f 4 MRIL BUST FATAL TO 25 GAS EXPLOSION N BROOKLYN TEARS UP A STREET One Woman Five Children and About Nineteen Workmen Killed Remark able Escape of Four Laborers J New York Twentyfive persons are believed to have lost their lives In an explosion of gas which tore up a great section of Gold street Brooklyn Friday It Is definitely known that 15 persons were burled under the hundreds ot tons of earth and Umber that were thrown Into the air by the explosion and ten more persons are reported as missing The exact number of dead cannot be determined yet for those working to recover the entombed bodies must dig through 50 feet of dirt rock and a tangle of pipes and timbers The explosion cccurred In a Cfcfopt deep excavation that had been made in Gold street between York and Front streets where a water main was being laid The gas main recently sprung a leak and in a manner nn known a spark came In contact with tescaping gag- Immediately f there was a terrific explosion that lifted the surface of the street for halt a block In both dlrec tlons and hurled dirt paving stones and debris Into the airS J Gold street was crowded with school children when the explosion oc curred and that scores of children lwere not killed or Injured was refImarkable A woman and three chll rdren were almost opposite the excava tlon when the earth crumbled under their feet and they were swept down Into the hole under tons of wreckage Two other children were on the oppo site side of the street when the side walk cayed in and they lost their livesOnly i four of the men working 1m tho excavation escaped and their escape was remarkable These men were digging near the opening of a fourfoot sewer and the force of the explosion blew thcnrto the entrance of It Arthur Strand was hurled farthest In and he pulled the other men after himIWater from The broken mAin began to pour Into the sewer and the four ranfutolet to tho sewer i MAYOR TOM JOHNSON SROKES Fortune Is Gone and He Must Give Up His Mansion c Cleveland O Mayor Torn L John r I son who for years has beat credited with posession of a fortune r Tnursday announcedthat he had lost leverything and would be compelled to I 1 Mayor Tom L Johnson give up his beautiful home on Euclid f avenue and move Into smaller and legs Iexpensive quarters The mayor also stated that he would give up his automobiles and other lux urles because ie could no longer at ford to keep them Jsfj His fortune was wrecked he dfr J dared by hlsdevotloatp the affairs ot aj the estate of his dead brother Albert who was leally interested In traction tproperties la the east 1 f Vast Quantity of Whisky Burned fJ Louisville Ky owarehotuor jBaidston000 barrels of whisky werej burned late Wednesday entailing a loss to the firm of about 400008 The loss to the government IB S7S6OOP ILHundred Glrls Dayton 0A platform bearing over 100 girls employed at tho Mercantile t Ii Corporations plant In this city coK 7ra lapsed Friday afternoon while the young women were being photo ijgraphed Fourteen were Injured 1 Missionary Dies Jiy Egypt PhlladelphiaWold was received here Friday of the death In CalroO jSj Egypt of Rev William Harvey a mis slonary for the United Presbyterian M church since 1865 His relatives reside 4near Detroit j1Lawtons Son Gets Commission rJMLawton a son Itonsecond lieutenant of the Philippine iscouts 1- NegrosaSua Railroads Guthrie OklaA committee of ne i groes of Oklahoma Wednesday filed with the corporation commission a suit against every railroad In theatate demanding dining and sleeping cars toi colored as well as white travelers M rltlsh Bark aKi Crew LostqVictoria B CNews brought hqre j Wednesday tells of the loss with all on board of the British bark Loch Lomond ort he Chatham Island 4 where wrtckajje and lit buoys bfi Iwglng to the vesstl were found S I 2S rt fs t yr I D k11lll Ij W4Zrozr 25ZAY 1JtrMJWrrrJ1rJJL JWflr jwwww SYNOPSIS tE Francl8cotoi assistInhanrerrr boat trip Into the city The re- markableI resemblanco of the two men Js noted and commented on by passen 4 gem on the terry They see a man with snake which a thrill through DudlllYW Iton postpones an explanation of the strange errand Dudley Is to per toitDudley Is summoned to the morgue and there finds the dead body of his friend Henry Wilton And thus Wilton dies9 without ever explaining to Dudley the I puullnlr work ho was to perform In San a Francisco In order to discover the su cret mission his friend had entrusted to him continues his disguise and permits himself to be known as Henry He learns that there Is a boy 1 whom he Is charged with secreting and q1protecting Dudley mistaken for WI by Knapp to assist In a stock brokerage deal Giles Dudley finds himself closeted In a room 4 Mother Borton who makes a confidant cf him Ho can learn nothing about the mysterious boy further than that It II Tim Terrill and Derby Meeker who are After him Dudley visits tho home of Knapp and Is stricken by tho beauty of his daughter Slumming tour through Chinatown Is planned The trip- to Chinatown Giles Dudley learns that h the party Is being shadowed by Terrill Dudley aro cut oft from the rest of the party and Imprison ed In a hallway behind an Ironbound door Three Chinese ruffians approach the K Imprisoned couple A battle ensues One s Is knocked down Giles begins firing Tim Terrill Is seen In the mob A newly form ed tnob Is checked by shots from Giles I t revolver Policeman Corson break down a the door with an ax and the couple t rescued tuella thanks Giles Dudley for saving her life Knapp at th- eo with no traces of tho previous nights debauch Following his Inatruc I lIons Dudley has a notable day In the I DV Stock Exchange selling Crown Diamond and buying Omega the object being to crush Decker Knapps hated rival Dud ley discovers that he loves Luella Knapp Mother horton tells Giles Dudley that S theyve discovered where the boy Is The mysterious unknown woman employ er of meets hIm by appointment toSwith him to the ferry boat to take a train t J out of tho cIty Dudley and his faithful guards convey the boy by train to the Tillage of IJvermore as per the written t Instructions The party Is followed Soon after the party Is quartered In the hotel n special train arrives In Livermore The tang Including Darby Meeker and Tim rrerrill lay siege to hotel and en deavor to the boy who comes TrickedCthe youngsters face Its the wrong boy and Terrill meet In battle of man to man Dudley Is knocked Un 7 conscious by TerrIlls assistant and wakes to find himself In a hotel room t under care of his guard The hotel Is guarded if TcrriHs men who are In structed to kill the nrat1manwhG tries to Dudley the one Ceyed man Tho Is left behind and p Dudley and his remaining guards make- their escape by horseback and by steal Ing a locomotive Doddridge Knapp and Decker meet face to face on the stock j xchange Decker Is defeated Dudley and Knapp prevent a coup to control the j directors and declare Knapp1 stock In 7 valid 1 CHAPTER XXjContInued L SThere was none nX the sounds of riot I had expected to hear as we drew 4 up before It The lantern blinked cut side with its Invitation to manifold is cheer within Lights streamed through the window and halfopened door and 1iiLet aDd order telgueL i Ifou1d the explanation pt the cbiQgo IP thi person ot a policeman j4f who stood at the door Ii r rVHai there been trouble here of i Jf 5llc rT I asked h Oh is it youy sort said Corspns I c hearty voice I was wondering about I r t elL Well there has been a bit of a row here and theres a power of Vl 4 broken heads to be mended Theres t wan man cut to pieces and good rid f aaace for Its Black Dick Im thlnk ff lag its the morguGtheyn he taking r 1 i V him to though Wag for tho receiving 11 l wasLJ f3 rlsU we made 45 Where IB Mother llorton T xp ould shodlvlls done for thisI S time Im athlriklug Whist I forgot she was L friend of yours sor Where Is aherat the receiving hos I pttal What Is the matter with her Alsy alsy Bet It may be nothing I JShes upaftlni A bit ore cut they Say Here Shaughimiiy look out for y ith1sdoorlrll taka ye up son 1We mounted creaking stake In 1 light ot tli e smoky lamp that stood sf r IMI the br tand Corson opened a t door1formeA candle played fantastic 4 1 tricjn with the furniture sent shadows dancing over the dingy walls and i iraTe a weird touch to the two figures t rttat bent over the lied In the corner The figures straightened up at our ensI U trance and Iknwr them for the doctor Laniltils assistant 4- A friend of the lady 80rt whIsper ed Corson L The doctor looked at me la some Is 1SUfPriHrbut merely bowed d 1 turned her head on lightedtf TEB dearie I knew you would 4 I lt come she cried f The doctor pushed his way to theJ 4e bedside 1 sqe 1 mustInstit that the patient be srquiet he said with authority Be ouiet cried Mother Borton PA IJU iorthe llkesotyou that Id be J 1 v r r q letTYou whitewashed tombstone yourH youre man mo s iny tongue when I want to talk to a i gesitleiaa I M6tier Bprtoa had raised herself 1 Hpea one elbow her face flushed and kh fnua dJn her gray and tangled hair a t 1 jnwi worklngr with auger and her eyes yere almost lurid as she sent fierce glances at one after another of the skinnyvshe cast her look upon him went out 4 without a word Shut the door honey the said quietly tying down once more with aa satisfied smile Thats It Now me and you can talk cbzylik 44 Youd better not talk Perhaps you will tsel more like it tOmorrow 1 There woat Iw hWY tomorrow for s Hie growl Mother Borton rYe t ieen enough of em carved W know bIP when Eve got the dose myself Curse 1 i that knltetanlt she groaned at a J tij wIugO pain l v 1jJt21tXa t 1j JttJ j iK r4 Hii Jl 4 I 4 frrl oI11rr i t j i s It s It l PI rt f1I j Jj noRZC fRUYY Black Dick curse his soul And hes roasting In hell for it this minute cried Mother Borton savagely Hush I said You mustnt ex yourselfTheres an hour loft In me We must hurry Tell me about your troubleat Livermore was IU said shoo I gavo her a brief account of the ex pedition and its outcome Mother Dot ton listened eagerly giving an occas tonal grunt of approval Well honey I was some good to ye after all was her comment Indeed yes And you had a closer shave for your life than you think she con tinued Tom Terrill swore hed kill ye and Its one of the miracles sure that he didnt Well Mother Borton Tom TerrlUs laid up In Livermore with a broken head and Im safe here with you ready to servo you In any way that a man ma- ySafesate mused Mother Barton an absent look coming over her skin ny features as though her mind wan dered Then she turned to me Impressively Youll never be safe till you change your work and your name Youve shut your ears to my words while Im alive but maybe youll think of em when Im in my coma I tell you now boy theres murder and death before you Do you hear Mur derand death She sank back on her pillow and gazed at me with a wearied light In her eyes and a sibyl look on her face JI think I understand I said gently 1JI have faced them and I ought to know them Then youll youll quit your Job youll be yourself I can not I must go on And why My friendhis workhis murder er Have you got the man who murdered Henry Wilton No Have you got a nina who will give a word against against you know who 1 have not a scrap of evidence against any one but the testimony of my owne1eslwas compelled to confess And you cant usejtyou dare not use it Now Ill tell you dearie I know the man as killed Henry Wil ton Who waait I cried startled Into eagernessIt Black Dickthe cursed scoundrel thats done for me Oh she groaned in pain Maybe Black Dick struck the blow but I know the man that stood behind him and paid him and protected him and ril see him on the gallows befOr- eI dieHush cried Mother Borton trem bling If he should hear you Your throat will be cut yet dearie and Im to blame Drop it dearie drop It boy is nothing to you Leave him go Take your own name and getaway This is no place for you When Im gone there will be no one to warn ye Youll be killed Youll be killed Then she moaned but whether from pain of body or mind I could not guess Never you fear Ill take care of myself I said cheerily She looked at me mournfully lam killed for ye dearie I started shocked at this news There she continued slowly I didnt mean to let you know But they thought j had told ye Then I tayo two reasons Instead of one for holding to my task I said solemnly fl have two friends 10 avenge Youll tfjake the third yourself groaned Mother Bortua talMu ta y i r J tJ i lr+ f z r T f N t r JtJIf put a Knife into Barkhouse Drat anti then youll bo the fourth belike Barkhouse do you know where ho 1st lies In the Denon Davis street you know I was near forgetting to tell ye Send your men to get him tonight for lies hurt and like to die They may have to fight Nodont leave mo now I wasnt going to leave you Mother Horton put nor hand to her throat as though site choked and was silent for a moment Then sho con tinuedIll be to blame If I dont tell you I must tell you Are you listening Her volco came thick and strange and her eyes wandered anxiously about searching the heavy shadows with a look of growing fear I am listening I replied You must knowyou mustknow- I must tell you The boytIm wom a sudden Mother Borton sat bolt upright In bed and a shriek so long so shrill so freighted with terror came from her lips that I shrank from her and trembled faint with the hor rot of tho place They come there they come sho cried and throwing up her arms she fell back on the bed The candle shot up Into flame sputtered an instant and was gone And I was alone with the darkness dud the dead CHAPTER XXVII A Link In the Chain- I sprang to my feet But before I had covered the distance to the door it was flung open and Corson stood on the threshold At tho darkness he wavered and cried Whats the matter here She Is dead I shuddered as I stood beside him and brought the lamp from the brack et In tho hall Mother Borton lay back staring at frightedly at the mystic being who had come for her but settled Into peace as rmXJifrfJVOWoJ ZHEet51mWJlJplXI2 7H The I closed her eyes and composed her limbsShe was a rare old bird said Cor son when I had done but there was some good in her after all She has been a good friend to me I said and we rrlled a servant from below and left the grewsome room to his guardianship And now theres another little Job to be done Theres one of my men a prisoner down on Davis street I must get him out Im with you son1said Corson heartily Im hopln theres some heads to be cracked- I had not counted on the police mans aid butI was thankful to accept the honest offer In the restaurant I found five of my men and with this force I thought that I might safely at tempt an assault on the Den The Dan was a low twostory build- Ing of brick with a warehouse below and the quarters of the enemy ap proached by a narrow stairway above But Perhaps the World Might Not Agree With Him In a certain village of New Hamp shire there Is a quaint old character known as Boss Mellln keenly Olive to the truth of the old paying Silence Is golden Melllna In this respect approaches genius though he was fully aware of what he deemed his shortcomings therein Mellin used to make mattresses for a living One day a native of tho place entered his shop and asked Boss whats the best kind of a mat tressHusks was the laconic response of Boss Twenty years later so runs the tra dition the same man again cAtered the shop and again asked what in the opinion of Mellin was tile boat tAd ot a mattreav t l tb JJ If r f t Step quietly I cautioned my meD as wo neared the dark and forbidding entrance Keep close to the shadow of tho buildings Our best chanco Is In a surprise There was no guard at the door that stood open to tho street and we halted a moment before it to make sure otIour plans Its a had hole whispered CorsomI A fine place for an ambush I returned dubiously Well theres no help for It said tho policeman Come on AndI drawing his club and revolver ho stole noiselessly up tIm stairs We were not twothirds the way up tho night before a volco shot out of tho darknessWhos There was no more need for silence and Corson and I reached the landing just as a door opened that let the light stream from within Two men had sprung to the doorway and another could be seen faintly outlined In tho dark hall The two men jumped back Into the room and tried to close the door but I was upon them before they could swing It shut Four of my men had followed me close and with a few blows given and taken the two were prisonersTie fast I ordered and hastened to see how Corson fared I met the worthy policeman In the hall blown but exultant Owens was following him and between them they halfdragged halfcarried the man who had given the alarm Arent there any more about I asked There wore more than three left In the gang If there had been more of us youd never have got In growled one of the prisonersWhores Barkhouse I asked Find him was the defiant reply We began tho search opening one room after another Some were sleep Ing rooms some the meeting rooms while tho one wo had first entered appeared to bo the guardroom Hello Whats tills exclaimed Corson tapping an iron door such as closes a warehouse against fire Its locked sure enough said Owens after trial It must be the place we are look- Ing for I said Search those mentor keys The search was without result Its a ledge we must get said Owens starting to look about for one Hoiild on said Corson I was near forgetting Ive got a masterkey that fits most of these locks Its handy for closing up a warehouse when some clerk with his wits awan dering forgits his job So like enough its good at unlocking- It needed a little coaxing but the bolt at last slid back and the heavy door swung open The room was furnished with a large table a big desk and a dozen chairs which sprang out of the darkness as I struck a match and lit tile gas It was evidently the council room of the enemy This is llllgant said the policeman looking around with approval but your man isnt here Id say Well it looks as though there might be something here of interest I replied seizing eagerly upon the papers that lay scattered about upon the desk Look in the other room while I run through these A rude diagram on the topmost paper caught my eye It represented a road brnchlngtbrlce On the third branch was a cross and then at in tervals tour crosses as If to mark some features of the landscape Un derneath was written From Brfollow 1 m Take third rond3 or 5 The paper bore date of that day and I guessed that it meant to show the way to the supposed hidingplace of the boy Then as I looked again the words and lines touched a cord of memory Something I had seen or known be for was vaguely suggested I groped in the obscurity for a moment vainly reaching for the phantom that danced just beyond the grasp of my mental fingersThere was no time to lose in speculating and I turned to the work that pressed before us But as I thrust tho papers into my pocket to resum the search for Barkhouse the elusive memory flashed on me The diagram of the enemy recalled the single slip of paper I had found In the pocket of Henry Wiltons coat on the fatal night of my arrival I had kept it always with me for it was the sole memorandum left by him ot the business that had brought him to his death I brought it out and placed it side by side with the map I had before me The ese nblance was less close than I had thought yet all the mala features were the same There was the road branching thrice a cross lit both marked the junction of the third road as though It gave sign of a building or some natural landmark and the othbj features were Indicated in the same order Nothere was a difference li this point there were lire crosses on the third road in the enemys diagram while there were but four in mine TO BE CONTINUED William Knew His Fault tj1 Straw said Boss Straw You told me husks was the Jest Boss Mellln emitted a sigh Ive always ruined myself by talkln said heHarpers Weekly Scarcity of Princesses By the birth of the little son and heir to Prince and Princess Alexander of Teck the number of unmarried Eng lish princes Is now Increased to 11 and if to these are added the two sons of Prince and Princess Louis of Bat tenberg there may be said to be 13 princes for whom wlvtis will nave to be found at some thro Its noteworthy that at the prjsent Jrno Eu rope is suffering fion a earth of young prlnc wxcs Of late liy babies have appearcn In all the ryal fami lies and even as matters now stand Itla difficult to see how thoee llttl tirin aU fc ba mated 1i j- M i ceoj f jrs r H ALL WEAR SHIRTWAIST RINGS Jewelry for Women to Wear with Morning Attire Shirtwaist Rings they are labeled They are the simple massive rings that some women prefer to wear with morning attire in place of their jeweled rings which they save for afternoon and evening All the various forms of seal rings now popular are Included In the shirt waist ring list but the name is used more especially for rings of severely plain design set with semiprecious stones of tho kinds that will stand hard wear and even soap and water Many of the shirtwaist rings are plain bands of twisted or braided gold or silver Some are fashioned like snakes Most however are stone set Turquoise matrix Is among the best liked stones as it is becoming to any hand that has a clear skin It is usu ally set in a large oval rimmed with an edge of gold no heavier than Is necessary to hold it securely Many of the turquolso matrix rings are all vet highly burnished or oxidized In very dark tones Tho revived garnet is much used in these rings It is usually set In cabochon fashion A frosted gold ring In a deep Etruscan tone has a lions head for Its ornament and a cabochon garnet Is set In the lions mouth A great oval disk of highly polished coral simply set In a rim of gold is the ornament of another ring Moonstones are much used usually set in silver which carries out the silvery quality of the stone coloring Lapis lazuli and malachite are used with gold or silver rings One model has a long narrow stone embedded In the ring so far around the finger that the ring seems to be made of the stone Some rings are made entirely ot jade the Chinese lucky stone Topaz and amethyst shirtwaist rings abound Learned Canadian Women Lady Wilfrid Laurier wife of the premier of Canada reported in a re cent speech to clubwomen that quite a number of women had recently gained recognition in the higher insti tutions of learning in Canada Among the women lecturers who were giving special satisfaction by their college work she mentioned one woman lecturer of McGill university and several in tho Royal Victoria College for Women Also she said that Canada had special reason to be proud of her women farmers During the last year more than 15000 women made a suc cess as farmers In tho Dominion Immense Cost of Fires In America Fires have cost us as many as 7000 human lives in one years time and our loss In money value through the destruction of property is almost as appalling The producUon of gold In the entire world something like 400 000000 a year would not recoup us for our losses by fire and the inci dental expenses accompanying them in the same period of time the value of all the coal mined In this country In a years time would Just cover the cost to us of our fires the value of ourlumber production is only a trifle more McClurea Contributors Duly Warned A western monthly magazm pub lishes the following unique notice We shall hav general burning old MSS received during the year 1907 on the first day of December 1908 Any author wishing his story returned will please send a stamp be tore that date Leave Death Chambers Undisturbed Italy has a remarkable superstition It Is believed that dire misfortune will befall the present monarch If the chamber of the dead king be Interfered with tilt at least two generations have passed Therefore the room of the lateK1ng Humbert at the Qulrlnal is shut nopne except members of the royal family belng permltted to enter It Thus ItwllJiremaln silent and wv used llke the apartment of King VIe tor Emmanuel King Humberts father which is just as It was at the time of his death some 30 years ago Splendid Rule to Observe It was a plalnspokenwoman who checked her guests when they began to talk about sickness by saying kindly but with a seriousness that could not be misunderstood This spot Is sacred to health We speak here only of whatsoever things are lovely and of good report Exchange Bellows Long Known It is proved by ancient carvings un earthed In Egypt that the bellows wore in use for forcing fires in the fifteenth century B C MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Nov 2L CATTLE Extra 510 525 CALVESExtra 6 50 7 00 HOGS Choice 6 85 5 90 SHEEPExtra 3 50 3 65 LAMBSSpring i 5 50 FLOUR Spring pat 5 75 6 00 WHEAT No 2 red 1 07 1 08 CORNNo2 mixed 3 64 OATSNo 2 mixed 6- 2RYENo2 choice 78 SO HAY Ch timothy 12 50 13 00 BUTTERDairy 18 EGGSPer doz 32 APPLES Choice 275 3 25 POTATOESPer brl 2 40 2 60 TOBACCOBurley 8 00 023 50 CHICAGO WHEAT No 2 red 1 031 CORNNo 2 mixed fi3tf 5iPORKPrimeLARDPrime 9 40 HEW TOBK FLOUR Win patent 4 25 4 40 WHEATNoJ 2 red 1 14 CORNNo 2 mixed 76 OATS No 2 mixed 53 54 PORK Prime mess18 00 19 00 LARDSteam 9 9 70 nAvnlzzonz WHEAT No 2 red 1 OH WHEATNo 2 red 1 07 CORNNo 2 mixed 7O3 71 irnnsvirxr 10HCORNNo 521iHAYChHOGSExtra 5 00 6 00 IARD Steam Q 8 00 INDIaitAroLIS CATTLE Prime 5 75 0 7 00 HOGSExtra 5 00 t 8 40 SHEEP Extra 4 00 0 i 25 i tLLVf a y i J rfo Tri tt Jf Jhp v 4rf 1 11 ROUND ABOUT THE STATE 1What Is Going on In Different of Kentucky PARTIAL WITHDRAWAL Of Troops in Tobacco District Decided on By the Authorities Frankfort KyAs a result of the tobacco deal and the subsidence of lawlessness In the Dark Patch It was decided after a conference between Gov Willson and Adjt Gen Johnston partially to withdraw the troops now on duty in tho tobacco dis tricts Gen Johnston Intends to make a personal Inspection of tho situation in the western part of the state and If his report to Gov Wlllson Justifies it all of the troops will be withdrawn Gen Johnston however does not know when this inspection will be made for he will leave for New York to attend the National Trotting Horse meeting The militia has been a seri ous drain on the state treasury dur ing the past 10 months as nearly 130000 has been spent In that way SELFHELP BUREAU To Be Tried By Lexington College of Bible Lexington KyTho students of the College of the Bible and Transylvania university have organized a bureau of selfhelp In Imitation of Yale and oth er large universities For 15 cents an hour the university offers to supply Its students for work at laying carpets cleaning yards eel late coal piles ashes gardening or do any other sort of work The university says In short a handy man will be put within reach of everybody in the city To Enforce State Guard Discipline Frankfort KyAs a result of the recent courtmartial held In this city regular army tactics have been brought Into use as a mode of punishment for disobedience of orders Capt L C Norman of Company L took the lead to punish Ray Hawkins and used corporal punishment He issued war rants for 15 troopers for nonappear ance at Inspection drill The penalty is 30 days in Jail Plenty of Cash In State Treasury Frankfort KyThe financial panic in the state treasury is a thing of the past Treasurer Farley made announcement that there Is plenty of money to pay all outstanding war rants He has 350000 in cash Ow ing to the expense the state was put to by Gov Willson In keeping troops In the night rider districts the tr as ury has been drained for 10 months Two Are Killed While Hunting Lexington KyHezzy Burton a wellknown farmer living near Som erset Was fired on by unknown persons and fatally wounded He was hunting for possums Just after darK He was found lying In the field where he had been shot His assailant used a shotgun wounding him In the abdo men Body Found By Fisherman Louisville Ky Lodged in a bunch of rubbish In the Ohio river at the foot of 36th streetthe body of a young man which proved to be that of Brent Woodall secretary of the University of Cincinnati who disap peared from his home In Covlngton November 1 was found by a fisherman Farmer Killed By Fall From Horse Hopklnsville Ky Luther Sizemore a young farmer of the Cerulean neigh borhood was the victim of a horrible accident while returning from a revival Mr SIzembre was riding a horse which became unmanageable and was thrown violently from the saddle and killed Hunters Cause Costly Eire Covlngton ICyFIre destroyed trees and fences on the farms of Bert Ward and Joseph Gossett valued at 300 It was caused by hunters who lighted a fire In an effort to smoke out rab bits One hundred fine fruit trees and many valuable fences were burned Wealthy Farmer Dead Covington KyMr Thomas A Bird a farmer who resided at the In tersection of Madison and Morning View pikes died at his home at the age of 72 years Mr Bird was wealthy and had lived In Kenton county nearly all his life Reunion of Old Guards Club Frankfort KyA reunion of the Old Guards club organized by the om dais of the recent democratic admin istration after the election last year will be held In this city November 29 A banquet will be given at tho Capi tol hotel Warrants Paid Frankfort Ky State Treasurer Far ley paid the warrants for the city schoolteachers amounting to 92000 The warrants for the county teachers amounting to 375000 will not be paid until the first week In December Suit For Coal Bill Lexington KyThe Cincinnati Gas Coke Coal and Mining Co filed suit p the circuit court against the Blue Grass Coal and Feed Co for the col lection of a hill of 95 claimed to be past duo on account Model License Convention Louisville KyJt is announced that ho second annual convention of the National Model License League will bo held here January 21 22 and 23 Every state In the Union Is expected to send delegates Reform laws gov erning liquor traffic will be discussed To Raise Taxes on Whisky Frankfort KyHolding that there has been a recent advance In the price of whisky the state board of assess ment and valuation fixed tho assess ment on whisky at 10 a barrel This la an increase of 2 a barrel- t q iQI 41 tv j i t rv BY HIS UNCLE I Garrison Was Killed After He HafK Been Shot and Wounded i Danville KyHugh Thompson 35 years of age shot and Instantly killed his 18yearold nephew Frederick Oar rlson at Chllton near here Young Garrison had gone to the residence of his uncle for a show case whea Thompson began beating his nephew striking him on the head with a plow point then kicking him rom the house Young Garrison turned quick ly and fired at his uncle sending a ball through his left leg Thompson secured a gun and fired a charge Into his nephews breast death resulting instantly An artery was severed In Thompons leg and his recovery la In doubt Some month ago Thompson became 4Lexingtonnnd was released He is under guard rut Is unable to be taken to Jail DISTILLERY BURNS r I Bardstown Oldest City In State ii Saved By Bucket Brigade Louisville KyTho warehouses ot the Tom Moore Distilling Co at Bardstown In which were stored lupk000 barrels of whisky were burnra entailing a loss to tho firm of about 400000 fully Insured The loss to the government is LiI 750000 fBardstown the oldest town in tho fstate and the place where Louis Phil y lIpe of France spent man days on his trip to America boasts of but cnisj fire engine but aided by the townS fpeople who formed bucket brigades it managed to save a third warehouse rand the distillery itself A creek which runs by tho plant was flooded by the burning liquor lighting up the country for riniesr around ftAppealsFrankfort KyTo meet an enemy l- on a public highway and challenge him for a fight does not constitute aa offense sufficient for Indictment under l Lthe Kentucky laws prohibiting duel ing Such was the opinion of the At court of appeals when the seofWilliam H Ward against County At torney Robinson of Garrard county t J was argued for tho court handed 4 down Its opinion from the bench at f the conclusion of the argument made by Assistant Attorney General TB fft McGregor for the commonwealth holding that the Indictment against J J Yard should not have been found i 9J 4 Largest Vote In States History Frankfort KyIbe election ret f turns from all the counties In fstate election received by Secretary t t of State Bruner show tho total vote f1 cast is 490223 thelargcst in the his v itory of the state The democratic no Y tlonal ticket received 244243 Repub lican 235334 prohibition 58GG sodaS t1st 4037 socialist labor 342 people party 324 independence league TR Bryans plurality over tls 890 iIIbut he failed to get a majority OVCB all the tickets falling short 1737 f Negro Skin Turned White Frankfort KyBen Sayres a tied gro shoemaker wasrecently poisoned with Ivy and strong medicine had to be applied to his skin to stop the poison from spreading SeT eral days ago white spots began to ap t pear on Sayres body and these spots grew until they covered his body en 4tlrelyexcept his shoulders Ho feels n011l effects from his peculiar trans q formation 2 f t One County To Be Heard From iJtFrankfort KyBut one county t Johnson has not yet sent in its offlclal returns to Secretary of State Bruneri The majority for Bryan to date is 10 7 234 The republican majority In John son county Is about l20 tso that It believed now that the democrats win l carry the state by 8000 f l jEmployee Work Saves Distillery Louisville Ky Decisive action by I the emplOyee of the Mellwood Die S tillery Co saved one of the biggest f t distilleries in the world from destruc J I p tibn by ftreAs It was fire destroyed kthe cattle pens entailing a loss ol 1 20000 + Forest Fires RagIng4iPaducah KyTForest fires are rag r ing again all over Western Kentucky t In places whole corn fields and mead ftparkand other buildings were burned r 1tFormerLexington KyAt his examining j trial J Ira Bright former councilman was held to answer to the grand Jury on a charge ot maliciously cutting and wounding Patrolman Adolph Meyers Fh Bright gave bond of 5200 IJudge JD Belden Passes Away Standford KyJudgeJD Belden Lithe oldest member of Liberty bar t JAThe burial will occur at Lebanon his old home r tJHe he Plea Frankfort Kyoov Wlllson heart the plea of Attorneys Richard HnsbIand Maury Komper of Lexington in lbehalf of the negro murderer Robert ff 41Hockertho negro to life Imprisonment ina t case was taken under advisement t+ Mrs Lucy Wledemann Dead Newport KyMrs Lucy Wledc rll 2iann widow of Fred Wie mann anti Y an aunt of Charles Wledemann heal of the Wledemnnn BrewlngCodllI 1 0 at her home here aged 63 years Old J ago and general debility caused dcaU i Jtf4 t t l l I g w + CtaEr dlHGSVlLLE JTLOOK I t is PUBLISHED WEEKLY OWINGSVILLE KY Entered according to Act jof Congress at the OwingsvUle classtTHE OUTLOOKS subscription rates are as follows One year One Dollarric t Six months Sixty J Three months Thirtyfive Gents commissions allowed any Idyon subscriptions Subscribers desiring a change of address should give previous writingCorrespondents ahvay- get their items to us not later than Monday if possible when out of stationery mention it on a paperNews inter est is welcomed bring it to without delay if you wish it i sorted Advertisers wishing a change or discontinuance of ad shoulda inform us the week previous to y dayAddress to JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville y Ky THURSDAY NOV 26 1908 A project is up to establish 1 1 big onecent daily at Chicago spread Democratic sentiment brand of Democracy LWhaty Democratic National Com reports that it collected a ot campaign fund of 62064477 anaspentofit61941019 Now 5if the Republican Committee will beas candid the public can have t neCCSSRTjlr the Dowager Empress of China come at an inopportune time the great civilized nations of rope for now Japan must j reckoned with in any attempted dismembermentI of 1 IT is alleged that Andre Carnegie has written an artic+ magazine in which he says r tthat infant industries no longer itf need protection that steel and y other have grown be 1ondthe need of tariff protection t Who would have thought it Jf BRYAN said at San Antonio t r tiTexas last week that while he t preferred private life if cir S cumstances four years hence d manded him c would battle Now all that said three times ti and out can take it back As long as the pQOro d party does n t A c deaitOup old friend the German Em peror has had to eat bushels of i dirt for the first time in his life r impdentish newspaper man arraying hey German people nearly s o It d k against the sentiments he utt ea He has promised to be good henceforward people are Tilets it be known that the Republican campaign pledge to revise 9 sincerelydertaken that 0end one Cannon must either arrayhimself on the side of reform or chance a defeat for the Speakership of the next term prtyetat JUDGE CHAS E BOOE said to be an IndiiflGan by birth but inIre o t cratic clerk in the State Auditors office at Frankfort has been dis covered to have appropriated y r indefinite amount of the Sta 4 Speculat 1 1d lady f Eqaual conventioni re getter That may stimulate f them to imitate then British I J JcKOk inswoopingdown on theti Ja naking bOdy yth demands KyGeneralr event MAYOR THOs L JOHNSON of r s Cleveland 0 announces that r thatbe Hethas ire for many years An undoubted Jy sincere man the wonder has t been that with his socialistic vagaries which he thought Dem r s 5 millionaire i ed his fortune for any length of r time a CORRESPONDENCEtro t Okla J L dice boyghtfive fat hocl ciiI1t j ia j b A f i 1J 1 4 r 1 f A Y1INIO LIMrsEttadred Farmers are through gathering cc F 1Jseveralda1V M Day of Illinois with his daughter Mrs Turner Anderson of Odessa visited the families ofIA J 11 and George k Saturday and Sunday nearShmburneMrs Jeff Vice Rev Williams will preach her e SundayDec CrooksJ W Glover of Ashland vis ited his parents here last week Joshua Owings is the guest of J L White at Salt Lick Some turkeys were sold in this lbnMrs J Carroll Hamilton has returned from a visit to Cincin natlholettsburg was the guest of the Misses last week babydaughterguests of relatives here from Sunday till Tuesday At the box supper given at Lanes schoolhouse last Satur roadtJStillGuns are heard in every direction since the game law was out Turkeys have mostly been sold at lie Born Nov 18 to A T Hendrix and wife a son TX On November 18 1908 th death angel visited the home of orr and Mrs Thornton Stephens theibef r age Parents brothers and sisters weep not as those who have no hope for the little boy is at rest Remember the words childrelenot for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven Peace to his soul Morton Crump sold two calves to A C Hendrix for 31 Clyde Garner is on the sick lis James Woodard has been very ill for the past ten days veery A C Hendrix sold six yearling mules to Saunders Brothers at 9750 thSeveral from here attended the Flemingsburg Court Monday Crooks Wilson Hendrix shppeda car of export cattle to Baltimore Thursday Mrs Joe Williams is on the listerS V Johnson shipped a car of hogs and cattle Saturday John L Vice shipped a car cattle to shippedun a Cincinnati SaturdayqS V Johnson sold Clark Shultz a meat hpg at 5Jc per pound Elder J E Wilhoit preach Kendalls Springs Saturday ElevensValley George Carmichael wife a daughter visited relatives at Stepstone from Saturday until Monday Brother Elevens went to preachte of Olympia visited their daughter Mrs Joe Williams Sunday BenThompof Charley Edwards at 5Jc metOlvmpta vifearevisiting darks Everybody remember Elder will preach for us next danshoppmgDouglas Smith wife and daugh toCovingtonand relatives here two months toWestLucyHartThe big protracted meeting closedSMrs Viola Staton haavbeen very poorly but is better lIrsLizzieera of Mrs Susan Coyle in Ow I r iFJf lingsyille Thursday Mrs Mary Thrasher is visiting her mother Mrs Daugherty in Menifee county entertainment giving night- Slato Valley Sam Shultz and wife visited WyomIing sonIguests of Robert Toy Sunday hirlately built on his fathers placeJames Goodpaster and family of Forge Mill were at the bedside of his father Worth Goodpaster near Kendalls Springs who is very sick- George Bedell moved here the past week 1This is ideal weather but is very Since the farmers began to gather their corn they find it much better than they expected Married November 18 at the me of and by Elder Zimmerman Clarence Horseman and groomisWashington Branch and is a nice industrious young man The bride is the only daughter and only child of Christian Garner and wife of this place She is a beautifuland accomplished young lady and well worthy to grace the home of her manly young husband May peace prosperity and journeythrough writer Stoostone Elder Adams filled his appointment here Sunday ElmerlKarrick cameMrs Jane Thompson and Miss Myrtle Thompson spent Friday with Mrs Ella Donohew Miss Lottie Bittinger left Monday for a weeks visit to her sister Wm Anderson at Nich ofolasville fromm Mrs Charles Payne near Ewington Mr and Mrs W T Sexton of near Owingsville visited the fam Fritdoughtorsday last weep Elder Hoffman will preach at Sugar Grove Sunday morning at 11 oclockUncle Donohew died Nov 10 and was laid to rest in the TuesdayNovsick for some time He was 78 years of age He leaves four andea kind word for every one and will be greatly missed in this communitIOdessa Mrs W 0 Butler who ha Mofrs s returned to herliome at Cincinnati last week AJ whowas uite poorly some weeks ago at the home of her daughter Mrs Wm Hendrix in Grant county reedMrs Roby is quite poorly with paralysis and eye trouble at the LindseyndMrs Coley Stone is quite poor ly WyomingSalt er John who continues poorly and not able to sit up bu littleMrs Mary P Anderson return heenr visiting for several days ofPebbleMyers of Forge HilbCEd an BIstowRalphof Flat Creek were guests of Obert and Miss Nannie B Sunday Owpwife Saturday Fant Johnson andL S Ratliff ofGrangeW of Jones and wife here Sunday westkgells this week Oddie CMaxey MissJuliavisited at J A Barbers Sunday Mrs Perry Goodpaster of west of with some if jiati tfi BIG CUTfRICE A t il r NO IN PRO ESS r w Come early and get your choice before these goods are picked over ver injJI NEW V i Jj q MENS SUITS Mens 20 suits marked down to 1400 1750 15 It 10 1250 900 l i BOYS SUITS Boysr 10 suits marked down to S7 50 8 II I 590 6V t Mens 15 overcoats marked down to 1150 1250 v I 900 1000 75 750It r 590ru 5 u 3751= SHOES shoes in mens 5 350 4 325II 350 5 marked to 3 50 4 525 350 27 a4 125 98 8 or 10 other lady were guests of Mrs A W Butch er of last week Mr and Mrs John Conner o d sex r day of last week Upper are some better i Miss Maggie Carter has the grip county and John J lower Prick ly Ash were guests of Wm Ham ilton and wife Saturday James Everman and wife of Flat Creek visited Thomas Ever man and wife Saturday night and Burns and wife of Ow ingsville spent Sunday with Mrs Martha Manley C HCarr spent last week with relatives here Almanza Stone E S Hamilton of Roes by his mother i fl d UPUTOBATE 7 p llIliens fioys Suits in the Latest Styli 1250I i75- I 501lti 375OVERCOATS HamiltonBrown 19dHamiltonBrown 198Ladies MENS HATS Mens John BStetson Hats 5 marked 350 lnU j Mens Fine Shirts 125 marked 4o SO It t f vests 50c kind marked to 38 pIf j 25c II 19 75I I 65 i 6SIt II r GO i 5o Ladies S20 cloaks marked down to 14QOi 18It 1250i 15 It 1100 1250 900I 90 5 390 250 CoKy neighbors Wednesday LintPclcktyjAsh yeceen beedMontgomery Reynoldsville visitingthis accompanied RunI AND vfI and 2251to 9u98I79VUNDERWEAR IIdown tiCLOAKSS 7sIt198J BAILEY daughters Frances Hamilton visited R L Stone and wife last week Russell Shrout and wife visited- f the latters parents Geo Boy and wife near Reynoldsyille ast week 25 boughtbarrels n at 275 in the field 1yearling1Almanza Stone sold a veal for 750 H A Lyter sold a veal at 650 Mrs Martha and hfStoops Its as dry here as it ever was wells springs and stock water gone Miss Mattie Morgan of Bour friendshereJames Rogers will move to Flat Creek this week If we would make better pre parations for the future we could spend the present more pleasant ly Miss Ora Hart of Roes Run has been visiting Mrs A S Hartt A wedding in our town soon Dont everybody guess at once oingIto J ISj Ij 1Misses J cloaks sizes 9 to 14 650 cloaksv marked down to 500y J5 3 go 850 II I It u 290 50y 198 2 160 911Childrens c 33 cloaks marked down to 210 Ifants250 cloaks marked down to 198 198 2 1 65 L50i 115 rh 98 realiccrthe bestjJui 3Jc Brown Cotton c iiloutingc heayy F Hc LADIES F 3RS Ladies 4 furs marked down to 2183 u 205 iu 250 H u uu 19sI 150Bleached r izjc lOeN I r1 rx JlCIc zc I t 1These goods will not last longatthe prcSand if you are wise you waTgiyeW I fan early call and get choice of bargains JGoods all new and in excelhnt conditionS i t ED Forge Hill Bath 1 H L SundayA alasITendof n Judy visited relatives at town Morgan county last Ely Roberson returned weekI day from a hunting trip in cinity of Y le4y J tvleaveto reside rejoicingpooled tobacco Wonder what Big Chief Augustus ruler of the Black and Bloody GroundI as to say now Saturday afternoon Harts pre cinct witnessed scene never be fore witnessed there Charles HIJones and A S Bridges were t e candidates for Democratic com mitteeman Harts precinct is the home of James W White an Walter Crooks candidates f Sheriff of Montgomery county 1andside The vote would be considered a test of the strength White and Crooks Bridges an Jones hustled and bustled and when noon came Democrats flock ed to the voting place by scores men who go out only when life of the party is at stake were on hand and in line for their favorite electionBI 1 f 1 6r iO vote Saturday totaled 104 When the count was made the score r stood Bridges 56 Jones 48 Tak ing this v teas a test the chances carryingI r vote fellmany Votes shqrt of the illMrs Ella HamiltOn and two daughters visited relatives near SuneOn Tuesday night Dec 1 Judy Camp M W of A will aclass adoption A class of 16 can diates will search vainly for anoasis in the desert Woodcraft State J W De Hart of Louisville will be and ad minister the cbligation THE MUTUAL BENEFIT CorNewarkN i FREDERICK FRELMUYSElf Prest LEADING ANNUAL DIVA IDEND COMPANY BlxtytflreaeenpalAd x ccSurplus J No has ever accom plished betterres111ts for its Pot s J WELGiT Gen 207 Court Street MaysvilTe Kyi r IO B BROTHER Agent Owingmi1t ryy J p tjtw r j t1