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Owingsville outlook: n. Thursday, January 28, 1909. Owingsville outlook. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young, Owingsville, KY 1909 owi1909012801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: n. Thursday, January 28, 1909. Owingsville outlook. T.J. Young, Owingsville, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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4lr1tt l iSf ft i 1 1t r r st nrrr A r t p i r Jt7J r 4JIJ r f H to I I tJr rf r7tGt J cr tn1 drlIENS Lewis w I lS enme Stephens d in marriage by Rev lonftithis home in Mt shay afternoon Jan jaC isa daughter of Mrs son of this town and Nand Jefferson Dason- Gjed She is a modest and atplendidMr Young is son of Lewis W Young deceased and his wife Mrs Emily Young who died last fall He is a and pros farmer and a man of fine intelligence and first rate citizen ship TILE OUTLOOK joins the many friends of Mr and Mrs Young in cordial felicitations EUCHRE PAUTY Miss Kate Conner entertained company of her lady friends with progressive euchre Thursday night from 730 delightfulluncheon Those present were Mesdames J M Brother John Gillon Alex Conner Jacob Kincaid Crit W Young J R Brother Thos S EmIHenry Schwab Ida Jones S P Atchison W S Gudgell C W perMissester Juelda Conner Nora Peters 1e Jetera May Kincaid Lucy H jMIGr HOUSE TOe r Maury building made its third migI on last week being moved froM thc Odd Fellows Hal Cos lot on ont street to lot of Judge Vi S toy A steed wasLnii hfr f i fr r a ffs v a 1r r 7 r t 7 aisr t 1 a i I r x or aS a r 0 4 0 i tY i c r i is f 7rfflfff f r 5 r Cjt IX J1 l 11fI TOUR OF EUROPE cPa The Cincinnati Commercial Tribune will take forty women from Ohio In diana and Kentucky oh a seven weeks trip visiting v fENGLAND SCOTLAND HOLLAND BELGIUM SWlTZERLANDIIII1fGERMANY and Will you beoneof the party For full information read The Cincinnati CommercialTribune EEXiNGTONf u n9 S If Bargain Offer l xtendedIUntil February 1st the Herald will accept subscriptions to be sent to subscribers by mail only for 500 a year paid in advance This rate applies only to mail subscribers who have paid to January 1st 1909 and to new subscribers Subscribers in arrears trdypay to 1909SyearThe newspaper of tLeGrass with full Associated Press reports a complete marl age all the news of the Blue Grass section a Monday morning dition devotedtothe farm and the biggest and best newspaper printed in a city of 50000 population or less The Lexington Herr Company IncVj- VEXING aKY 1 J f isa e- dry jo f2 t t P t 1 i J t 2 t 4T 1 oJ t i t Tt y r y rya rt j f 1 rf it y j v1n 4 t l 11l r s i 0 ti 0 4 K f r r I fs i s 1 0 J vt y j i r 5 e t L E 9 j s S r f0 L 1 kt 2 w r flj t5j r BUGGYl BOBESI y Ir li cO oO ustopHed spree er new uptodate stock of BUGGY ROBES 1ndjl 1 lHORSJBLAlIjETS The goods are the best and the price is ffj Aivui iw HandriadSaciaiestra f U a MTN ZITS SPRING SAO IDIE theare the easiest riding wear longest andrwont hurt the hprseif 7 AIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED EOGENPRfSSN HAN iJWiNGsviELE mfc eeranmmraaeeWu 1411 RACKET STORE 1 L EERYTHIfHi FOR EVERYBODY 8 fr t L Boys Gum Boots reduced to 200 Men sGum Boots reduced to 225 Mens Felt Boots reducedto 225 Mens Cloth Overshoes1x00 Mens All Gum Overshoes 165 Mens All Gum Sandals 8075c Mens Cloth Sandals 93 S5c Ladies Cloth Overshoes 100 75cLadiesMisses Cloth Overshoes 75c Misses Gum Sandals 40c Mens Corduroys reduced from 500 to 250 Mens Corduroys 150 125 Mens Odd Pants at cost for the daysMens 50c Mens Work Shirts 50 4025e Mens Vork Gloves 100 A 50 2515 lOc ladies Work Gloves 4525 1i51 fti1510c Ladies Union Suits 50 35 25o t Ladies Vests and Hants each 26cfcf Childrens Union Suits 25cmm Mens Underwear 48e taeh Qr 95c per suit Mens Yarn Sodts- 25 Mens Heavy Cotton Socks vibc1l c 25c7Ia leS eavy eece r i 25X5IOt Childrens Heavy Fleeced Hose 15100 Heavy Outing d 10r Heavy Brown Cotton 8i 7i Bleached Cotton 15 J2b107i Dress Gin hams now 3fejrspBest Calico yard fP Braid bunch jNeedles book Pins paperkpac Hair Pins Side Combs pajx t Tort and scent coup J i F r t t 1 ft 4Ir 4f r 1 i II fiK f4 r tl 1 P1 ti C JJttrf ft W 1 e r rt rit 1 t 4 i1-j ih tr t J aya rkVnO c 1 a to t o rr i f Ii I i i f It rfr i 7 0 v 1 T t t r 1r r t r 0 i i ti fl 4x1 t r i C a t tir i y 1 f N ftP a t C j f Q41s i J I 1i t 0 i fr = r Jlo o licvtr 1 i a tt St 2 0 i fitr a1R t- er F = j lli it 5 f t Ii ct 0 k S 7 4 y J e l ii t L r PRESIDENT SENDS STRONGMESSAGEi ACCOMPANYING REPORTS ittf OF THE CONGRESS CONSERVATION i V URGEs NEEDED LEGISLATION ti i cument In a Measure It a De fens of the Retiring Administration fDuty of the Present Generation to c t t Its Descendants Pointed Out OblU gatlona ef Citizenship Urgent Need for the Development of the Coun 1 rye Water Powe- rc21 Washington With the transmission of 4 the report of the national conservation papersdsnt a message ittoconcrea The following is a corn- J synopsis of the document tJ 4f The president declares his entire con currence with the statements and con procedSImportant documents ever laid before the American teeple It contains the first In Isntory of Its natural resources over t by any nation In condensed form presents a statement of our available capital la material resources which are tI f toe means ef progress and calls atten i tion to the essential conditions upon which the perpetuity safety and welfare 1 of this nation now rest and must always continue to rut1 The fact set forth In this report con stitute an Imperative call to action The J situation they disclose demands that we r neglecting for a time If n dbe smaller r r and less vital questions shall concentrate J an effective part Of our attention upon the great material foundations of na tional existence progress and prosperity J The first of all considerations Is tho I permanent welfare of our people and t a true moral welfare the highest fonn of J welfare can sot permanently exist save n on a firm and lasting foundation of mate t t rial wellbeing In this respect our situ t 4k ntion Is far fret satisfactory After p j revery possible allowance has been made 4 when cverj hopeful Indication has t 4j keen gWen its full weight the facts still wouldri f telligence and disastrous to our future kThtoshutoureyu to these facts or at 4 tempt to laugh them out of court The c wiple should and will rightly demanda at the great fundamental questions a j 1ILU be gtvn attention their rep v 4J i NK lentativee I do not advise hasty or t f Jt sldered action on disputed points butp = Hurge where the facts are known thatbadhI tertshallbe allowed If l 0 i way of the publIc goodl f seta art already well our popn 0 P b jtb t f4 tI 4 s 7 f J ra I l t i J t it L9 ra t S I p I t jII i Spb t f I t t 7 r t q4 I ii Jj f III l 4 r tt 0 ftJtJt a ij tkc4 t t t Ir b0 ei t I e 0 t 4 a t rr 1 rt jt tr ceo to q s n J f i f1f Yi t Jjlrrt4 i tJtc tt r t 4 s tt 1 t stii 1 i b S c 1t t i1I tt o I u Sp 2 s i t v It Lfbf ir r- VviPl p l mi6 1 r 0 ve 7 t s i I I I miiffSO J t lb a II fa 1 r1 t If ssa oJ I I 1 j s 7 7 i If I pP p r i 1 e r t J- Ix c f f t a o a 0 j tipd r r rI irV f t e t 1 t f t tr o1 f Lt a f t L tr j t tI 5JL iIfi r tJt t iF rzsIi fe I i tZA ti r t Tr f t Jtitf J 1 1 l10 r e i f ioJ or a1I k it 1 7 o f p c rJ o L1Lv Kk j 1 t ttti j 11 f It a l f ZrT l r c3if41 t 1017 ilt f t 1 cz5- e J t IcPttf a I tia AoeI f 9I ef r to J JIt Se 1 f7Ia l J io Itv i r j 4 4rItI + ia Sai J t ti iJIs rl 4 l fv lfj = ltJ 1 I Ia 4t I t 0 d z4 tt r jV t tl c tr tSS 0 t J 6 Y Jt trl j Tzbi jt1 a JiJO 1r tto t4 1II j a e 4H J 1f f v Z 9II 1 il i4 vrt q1 1 J J J 1 l Jtl Jt J r 1Cf a f 4a i 0 1t j I T 14r r t P c a Jr jr t1 tt S rl t r o 1 104r J I1 I 4 I I i 9 r or I I t r o 4 i f j 4 4 5 11P TtJ Ji SPS i tile control ef e publIc necessity In volves a duty to the people and that public Intervention In the affairs of a public service corporation IB neither to be resented as usurpation nor per mltted as a privilege by t ho corpora tions but on the contrary to be ac cepted as a duty and exercised as a right by the government in the In terest of aU tho people The em clency of the army and tho navy bus been Increased so that our people may follow In peace the great work of making this country a better place for Americans to lIre in and our navy was sent round tho vorld for the same ultimate purpose ill the acts taken by tho government during tho last seven yearn and nil the policies now being pursued by tho Government fit In as parts of a consistent whole Tho enactment of a pure food law was a recognition of tho fact that the public welfare outweighs tho right to private gain and that no man may poison the people for his private profit The employers liability Mil recog nized the controlllncj fact that while the employer usually has at stake no more than Ms profit tho stake of the employe ls living for himself and his family We are building the Panama canal and this means that we are engaged In the giant engineering feat of all time We are striving to add In all ways to the habitability and beauty of our country We are striving to hold In the public lands the remaining supply of unappropriated coal for the protection and benefit of all the people We have taken the first steps toward the conservation of our naturl re sources and the betterment of coun try life and the improvement of our waterways We stand for the right of every child to a childhood free from grinding toll and to an education for the civic responsibility and decency of every citizen for prudent fore sight In public matters and for fair play In every relation of our national and economic lite In International matters we apply a system of diplo macy which puts the obligations at International morality on a level with those that govern the actions of an honest gentleman In dealing with his fellowmen Within our own border we stand for truth and honesty in publlo and In private life and we wlr stern ly against wrongdoers of every grade partsofenthrone justice and righteousness to secure freedom of opportunity to all of our citizens now and hereafter and to set tho ultimate Interest of all of us above the temporary Interest of any individual class or group The nation Its government and Its resources exist first of all for the American clllzrn whatever his creed race or birthplace whether he be rich or poor educated or Ignorant provided only that he is a good citizen recognizing his obligations to the na lion for the rghts and opportunities which he owes to tbe nation The obligations and not the rights of citizenship Increase In proportion to the Increase of a mans wealth or power The time Is coming when a man will be judged not by what he has succeeded in getting for himself from the common store but by how well he has done hie duty as a citizen and by what the ordinary citizen Jgained In freedom of opportunity cause of his nenrlce good The hlcWtst value yftheIdlvIdualeca i i t t dJ lII1 it 0 S5-St c sp ttt 1w ftS t 5SS I tl5 I tt p ft f a t I 1 + r 3 t SSS a 0 rt 1 1aSS- SS 1qSf t SI 4 t e j Ji III r E t ti 5C4 J SS t 1 t J i 1 r rJ Y ttt 7 f 11 I tt fI fIY ff a jLa t I 16 t ii a vift 5S a 1 i f S1 4 ii ii T J JJ + a H jJ s L ji f c lit I J tiv SSfl 1 1 t 1 J t r ti 1 l tif I t t t jt y a lm S a t a k t a 1 ljf t 1 i M tt 14 II 4 81 a I rf c t U YTON5 NEW IURDERMYSTERYtRL ASSAULTED AND KILLED BY A FIEND BODY THEN HID IN A SHED Rivals That in Sensational Feature Dona Gilman and Anna Marko witz Cues Two Suspects Under Arrest Dayton 0 Jan 25 Rivaling in sensational features tho Dana Oilman and Anna Markowltz cases is another murder mystery with which tho local police are now grappling Mary Forschner aged 15 scarcely more than a child but buxom and pretty lies cold in death in Berk ft Frys morgue on Fifth street and her scakd lips hold tho secret of a crim thai assault and murder She was choked to death early Saturday night In a field extending along Knox street within a short distance of her homo at Vermont and Knox avenue Her body was dragged to the born on the OrationKennedy estate where It was found at 2 oclock Sunday morning Police Chief Allaback and Grief Detective Hughes admit that they are at Lea Two suspects are under arrest but the officials state that they are held principally as witnesses v The girl left the home of her step folder Robert Geppert In North Day ton shortly after 6 oclock Saturday oven vcarrylng a Dayton Savings Trust Cos deposit book for the pur peso of placing 9 In the bank as par ttal payment on n lot which her stepfather had purchased some time ago Her movements front that L no until her body was found are a mystei7 to police and relatives When she failed to return Mr Geppert and tho girls mother brothers and sister Maggie became afcirmed and instituted a search Geppert secured a lantern and began searching the neighborhood abont 1030 but failed to notify the police HO CnllStPd the Jj f Plrnrnl neighbors iiiclul IMerkl Iy ti t I5I l fJt5 4 J 4 f1 i i J1ct4r a J e 5S I I II 1v iJ t 1t 1 t a 5 II J R i Pt 1 a r t r4 f8j it f p SISS F r aS rt t i t i 2 o f a 1 L 5S a i 5SSSl i t t SS5S 5S 4 a s 7 7 t t 5555 iJifFt yii 1j y rAi t HOUSE PASSES NAVAL BUDGET t PEACE ADVOCATES ARE HOPE LESSLY IN MINORITY Senate Makes February 12 a Special Holiday and Authorizes Survey of Lincoln Way to Gettysburg Washington Exactly as reported by committee tho naval program for the fiscal year 1910 was adopted Fri day by tho house of representatives and tho naval appropriation bill was passed z opponuts of the navy Increase cie of the bill found themselves In ieless minority Tho only vital inthe measure waa- provision ro essels The by the i Ja t J 4 a i a kY Ii h a I 1S 1 SIIaIS ti tf i ra 0It f t1 I i I Sj IS 5 j 1 SS 55 a P J St f l 2 W9 L ol i FIVE KILLED IN RAIL WREC Collltlon on the Pennsylvania Road Many Are Injured Johnstown Pa Running at a speed of nearly fifty miles an hour the second section of the St Louis Express on the Pennsylvania railroad which left Philadelphia at 430 oclock Fri day afternoon crushed Into the first section which had met with an ace dent at a point between South Fork and Summer Hill known as Running Ground with terrific force early Sat urday looming killing five persons and injuring manySTho second section w a double header with two lal17I ues and Is said to haveplowejt1 way through the first section Is mediately after the wreck hurry en ere issued for all available phIt ma at both this place and at Altoona and In less than an lour nearly fir physicians wero on their way tor10 scene or the accl N FLOODED MINE- r I sl 5ta j r Cf f 5 tS S a f tr I ps 1 5 tIS 1 1 4 t y t i 1p4ff41 I jS ta- SSSS r f1S fi4 5S 5a c i r S5- S555S 2fS SS i trE i r it r J Jtflr fJSSSSSSfor cjrL1J tJY 0rJ f4 fJIj I 6 Jl r1oSS SS r t 1 J f- cS5 tjc1I 1Ii Jf J Sdr41SS a 1 Trr Y tr Jrfl 1 5cI SS55 i J t1 fii1r 5a 1iLrj rea h l5 7 C 5S1pa 5C St 5I7 K t I YA 1 5 r k JtP IWfl 5p f4 p ata I 1 IS a 42Pp aS-a S1 4 S a a a a r e r i JIp08S 0 fp- f Jit 5a 7 JI probabi Still othL- neve 5 a I 4 3 their Uves while ta 1 waters which surrot l f crib having cast the1P 4 jfPlake In the vain hope f 1 survive tm help shoul With the exception 55 r 1J0 disaster which stands of world horrors It waPl r less slaughter Chlca ever known it The cause ot the fire t SSS a blilty for the disastcrrm t i mined A rigid inquiry ha + Coroner Hoffman tiigun by i j lice JrTug Prompt In Rescuo 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J 1tt t I I dI1 fJ ii J ty c t fl ov J p r1i t i y r ISelgos Most Valuable Ally Wan One e r nn c drill Ho had observed celt which like rust palnt led men to AjMa American sub y neglected to ana er4wnlch could 5d r By a proceSs Wmaed ttie tflght t I t f y q 1r t aS r rr a l t t J t J y y I z i j a r 1 5i i rt r ff a r f rI J 1 it- iJ i v a J 55555- notsurIprlslng madthrough e d Staten gotrent In this there was n i ntntind it was rather with curiositthe astute do nilan1oft jmurai looked over aI 5455i 5S+ t I r f tolrt n r WiW It Jar t L ti rif r a I 4 f l 5 Sts ILLUSTRATED ifl4f rb thingoutdisturbed solltudo No one roomed aware or in any event to care for bit presence There were no Mtterapta at conversation except In one instance where a goodnatured southerner hailed him with Hello John Going to start a wash shop somewhere nor was be in tho least perturbed su on an occasion whoa a rou threatened to tweak his pigtail but oven this wont no further than words Everywhere wore criticIsms of the conduct of the war and imprecations against the administration The Amer cans themselves were no moro cc nlzaat than he of why soldiers had been stretched along tho border line ports closed and communication cut off The citizens of tho country itself were as mystified as tho Japanese and frankly thought the situation a foolish one In all that long journey down the eastern coast ho learned nothing whatever of Importance fits delayed train dropped him off late at night in the Florida town and he was compelled to seek lodging with strangers or to sleep in the open He chose the latter course and went out below the city across tho bridge and toward the Punch Dowl where be found rest beside the road till early morning When tho first rays of the sun were filtering through the trees and drenching tho creepers wllbI light he returned to tho city assisted on his way by a kindly farmer whoawas driving in for supplies From him he learned where the Chinese laundries were situated could gather nothing whatever cc firming his suspicions that the government wax Cither in possession of a plant lit tlf Hrintor oven On dUCUD 11any3l 0Wbthe manjyrho was tubsltnuopersussiolrr 4J ra11JaJ t L I f J t i r 2t J v i a f i Ii y c c i j p l r p r tJr LIFEBOAT CREW vUiCK WORK Can Lower Boat We Ship In Two Mr Aboard the nom other several officers were i iring aboutfthe length of time required tio launch and man one of the large llfeboats that swing from davits on thq upper deck a distance of perhaps CO fbet above the sea It was agreed that a boat ca bo lowered with its crew and get awa anythingAn instance was related where man had fallen fronu the RomanU- while she was speeding 14 knots Th alarm was sounded a boat lowere and the swimmeralter a con siderable row barr the course to where ho wo fdering about lndlvlduabackchocks in just Mantes which t regarded a mo editable perform ropetnllsworked r thly pr the boat iterigolIngStaltering the sea hi fairly quiet Crews ot lifeboats fredtiently have hard work togha C vessel has ben stopped Deafen Her old VillainAn Thglion t uly hotel it is said bo remarkablyslowrecogmzea nlm as the villain In the cashboxbetrnyeddIdhappen billYdbnv11ia1of the deepest dye and one thewlckfjdAfff playing the character a few nslonCo hilteatthego31 subscquen aUon viIsy l ousel Gef hout orfis IIiIlsehfaoazf ne I It doesnt 1 way reaso never t1 But wb cat engiinqulredd i bold you l No r nd riou cant are pe to w u haveJiSraJJ I ivV t tf t+ t t fiSfih + r t 1 t tiSoSf wt r 4 f t t- 0 4 J a 55 f r y rI i00 t 1 fr6troo Yw iY p I7j1 0JfYI fi J l ZI J ttJ C 7L t r ffIq 0 1 1 ii j frI r JIi l r a I K y 6IeaDinlis lMai ImportaBt NeweGatkered ire e All Parts of the 3fata J- entuc r i i NOTESyLeak Somewhere Asa result of the conference be Belc itdwas report o Actuary Meriwether are In circulation without authority granstitles on a farm in the Peakes Mill neighborhood in this county willies d to a thorough investigation of the oil and gay condition here An oil ex pert in Pennsylvania was instructed to come at once and investigate Crabbe Favors Extarordlnary Session ate Superintendent of Public In Crabbe is another member of Gov Wlllsons administration to declare himself in favor of an extra ordinary session of the General As sembly to consider the county unit partyshould Cumberland Church Loses e Canberland Presbyterian n lost Its case In the court of ap peals in n lengthy opinion by Judge Barker The case involves the validity likePresbyteriantartan church in the United States LegueFrnnkfort baseball toseasonness Mens club here a resolution waS thofby local citizens and the tuck will be taken by BO or 76 men Provision For Decoration Omitted thee for an appropriation for the com pletlon of the new capitol the pr0 visions for decorating the building were omitted The commission ejr peels to go into the f tol by n exiJuno have w4to Frankfort Man W t It Nd ilotthitytkbefthe u nsf art aft1 1 1tt f f 1 o 1of t l2r r Jyo I ry f jVIo 1 I1It i Tf r Ri Ir f Jto t t tlo 1 i i hi r 1 fff IJ M yI Itr t t + iJt1 h 11 1J t 7f ty vJ ry 3 t i t o s r 0 jc 1 at Y t t li j fe i f y r Lexington KyThe prizewinning 4 5Y shorthorn bull King Cumberland tvaa r 1 bought by J Haggln from Gcorga aH White of Emmerson la for the re ported price of 15000 I HopklnBTillo Ky Refusing to ac ce verdict of the 1em rtlc 7 f tcommittee which named John C Dot fy to make tho racefrom this county for Circuit Judge Senator 1kh r 1 Rives will formally announce forta honor saying advantage wag takes J iLouisvilletho forestry bureau of the goveramen docs not get its tlmberquotatJonsaj news from sources Wasf r ir pressed at the annual convention ithe Hard Wood Manufaoturersi oft Halted States which closed a rt days seSsion here r tHopkinsvllle KyA conference held here between representativesthe Imperial rrciety of Equity seeking to a salsa the crop in this county controlled 6 the organization No agreement wa 5Sreached The crop contreDedbytht + organization in this county amounts i hnndrlDousairanging rem 53150 lti Jr iJackst + i e lected for the latest u tactivity the home of his couslnia South oh Clear Forkof Frozen Creek He flrst went to the bouse of i f Obadteh Roberts who has whisky for I eale and exhibiting a big pistol an nou ncOd to Roberts that he was going have whisky or bloodj The bllnila man lost no time in th open tho door and hurriedly departed ta a Canelton KyThe republican com ndttee of the 34th senatorial district j f compceed of the counties of BrcaJhitt Magoffln Morgan Owsjey and Wolfe r called a convention to meet at West tJbe on 5 for the purpoM of nominating a candidate for senator Mt Thov committee of the 23d judJdaVdls rmet at the same place srlledt iiiipary for March 23 to nestles Tdilates for circuit Judge anAyr wealths attorney clj r oxingtonXyTbo annt aLr t thestockh blderip fthl fretting Horse Breed ld ntheoJ4atrtheifali I r r t t t JJJ1 J 1 b 1r1ta Ir il44 o J 1 JCW J tkr tro 1 yp 4 11Itq jj 1 1 A JfiJt tP 0 IU orr fk 4 II O ro l l fKS l 4 I IIAti M Wii y xJf i 5JrI1tIIIJtt Z k 4Y iJj A ftittafYr 4 i lt 4fr t iai ittl 4 7 1f ttf tG of otIfP cr 1r r tMf Y i ff kr z t kMlxCt SSI I LeI a r 1i 4cGt 1 4 ai fina55 I t a k n 5 xII U sr t3 p LrJ t l a r r 1 hdSigS f t t I CI 10 s4hwL1 J + p e t iht 4 yb t I r Ariffi8 4 LLE TLPOKj 1 PWLLISIID J 4OINGSVILLE KY rii t ofrf mntter 1 subscriptionL1 One year One Dollar j Six months Sixty Cents Three monthsThirtyfive Cents c No commissions allowed any on subscriptions Subscribers desiring a change 9 previousfjCorrespondents should always to us not later 1 Monday if possible when s of stationery mention it on a faratc slip of paper revs matter of general inter V is welcomed bring it to us hout delay if you wish it in- sV i ted v dvetisfIrs wishin a change discontinuance of ad should olfornts the week previous to lbrlicaion dayV Vv jfAddress all communications to V fHNW HONAKER Owingsville 42 C TPAY JAN 23 1909 = =N Il TiiE breath of relief that will Ioufover the Country March 4 i vVf Will sound like a tornado a J TIlE Senate has taken an earlv slap Presidentelect Taft in cut J l ideficiencyVi i 512000 to enable the big man to ride in an automobile which he i11ref rsi to the horse Taft had a wish for this pro vision ioHTHDiNew York Foundling and L On ban Asylum shipped I Ill lond of GG InstweekI e Orleans who r dcIt them New York r W raged to develop b the thUSI 1 L nnd of the r r JS s 1 ttVI VS fc T iI Ii t I I j b e t 4t I e t i rr P 9 4 b d 0 ftb 11 l 4 I It J I ipf a1VVP IIov r JI 1SV l 4 I y i 9 I + t I 19 ra 4 I i I ta I orp y t I 1 Ifir5 4S t 4Iph1 S I t Sr1 VcvVbS3 aga i5 a t ffl t t tc r j t Ti j tf L l 4 tI IVSf VPS ib I i 1 ft I l i iI V1i 141c1 tJre r a 4 t I IJI ft I t 1 I tj a it r Vb fI pI 1i VJp oTj 4 t J v e r otfJ 4 iS J i 4a j IPia f f 41 lr 1t ilJ t f t J 4 0 r tav LJ I5ta t ck faH J J zSS0 r i4 a J J rr4 Ii t 4sa iyS ti Iq tJ S t I i y iI I l r 4t r a 4 1 iI r A 4 t 1t ofIt JioJ r t o It tt P a f p4S J iC fe5 p f tS I f t iiavVdt t U t p f s II 1 1 t4vV JI J 1 J riio1 r r r k11 rr J l t aT Is j rt Jt f tt 1 ttI- ItY Ott11 4u 11 f t r i 0 IPr f tt t t1p i1 0t J ft4 t t 4 tJ1 1tfifo tt t lLt tW ia c J + I j 44 A ItiT s 1 tt sF t t l 1J lst Z It t Z fib o T 1 I tO1 l y jVw tl t t tJ v 41faJt ff of a l no i4V j cJhii i rf iV5 r 4 1t Ioj oI trt i CO i ej0 A f 1t i tiI5 Ji i iiI t 1 0 4 itr t f f MopJAi1 I t J f 34 ihY1a4w i 1jt7 t r 1o tbT 1 I t 7liOt1t 1 J11i1y4 IpJ t JO1 Yt i j tr I If I f r4 IiiIrr7jHt 1Jxl I Jt 0 1 1 r C Joj 1oi 41d r G 4 J t r h I I i 01a r t 1i p 1 4ft t I r i r 1 torfT ofIf l tO 1 wr f P t vzsa 4rt 0 tV i 1 Jw t rfl P t 1 1r 1 It J 1 IJ sJ l J t 1 1 i t tW 1f t or a r Lor q tt f i it 1 1t l1JiMonIdayMiss Nell More after an exten ded visit to h r parents J 11 Moore and wife Born to Carl Manl yand wife f a daughter IIofMiss Mae Harmon is visiting relatives on Prickly Ash Bige Wells Jr and Goo Hunt attended Court at Flcmingsburg John Snedegar and wife visited relatives at Wyoming Sunday Yalo maddoginJ B Shaw who has been down in Georgia is visiting here C C McClures school closed Friday with an entertaiment- Mr McClure will take charge of the Morehead Northfork R R office at Redwine Ky Everybody here is interested in George Youngs singing school He is giving satisfaction Bro Thomson of Indianafilled his regular appointments here Saturday evening and Sunday Herbert McKinney killed two mad dogs last week Wm Allen is on the sick list Bald Eagle t Mr Lawson is building a resi dence near his store J C Kinsolving is putting up a barn on the place he bought of Tom Florence sicktheMr Ferguson is out after a spell of pneumonia Jas S Clark recently refused 110 per acre for his farm Will Knox and J C Kring are tobaccoIw Sharpsburg owcdsome tobacco beds thisweak I Jim Wnfson has boughSloVr olacksmith shop i Jrg and nas 1one t 4 2 4f t4 4 i j 4 VVr itSV 0 C 1a J 4 l4 t r Ito VP r t Ia 1iVS LTVrVS 4tr 1 j o t3y i r41Wc t lr I V44VjSV4- t ilr VVI t 0It AtV5 y f4 IVV t j JS rr Ij f I t1f I 1Vii f f th iI tWtJ s r fr I f ji i i 4 a t Jfsiti or s 1 J l r IfrlqcIt I a P4r ir i 1 fI q t r y 0I A f t a ir a i tfri ja I i J P 1 a 9 i If12r 4 tSf 40 I i f tr y f 0 J1 r r 4 0 tI t r r 0 If r a cp lr 2 1 1 T itot obf i t 4 4 0 I r i i f tfIIrrp 1J i tfiiiiti 1 = i A cI f i CAS S i J i 45 1 4 Ix1G lIi r sVAtS i J SaltLlck Mrs D Sims of Morehead is isiting Mrs Andrew Cheap this veek I AshaudElder N C Carpenter filled bin JjBorn jIling Miss Jennie Norvell went to Mt Sterling Saturday Olymjpia Ed Evans has moved to they he purchased of Utterback Mrs C r Razor went to Mt Sterling Tuesday StojstoVio Mrs L B Wilson has been sick the past week but is1 better J E Carmichael d wife visited Algx Karrick aim wife Sun daylI5rs Carmichafels health is about the same Born Sunday night to Cornel ius Williams and wife a girl Miss ArtieL left Tuesday to spend a few weeks Miss May Kincaid in Owiniville- John Keffer of Ashland visit ed his sister Mrs W T Pelfry last week Lee Wilson bought a horse for 43 Mrs Mag Alexander spent Fri day with Mrs Callie Raga pIW M Anderson and Nicholasvilleand Mrs Bittihger of Mt Sterling viited relatives here last week Mrs Virgil Montjoy and Airs Chas Payne spent Sunday Vith the family of J E Carmichael J K Payne and wife spjent the past week in Mt Everett Carter of Salt Lick W1 IVr atutda to his best d home last enmonthsL IJlo Iowa tnd family Wh ho rse ofV iT i ce an a gh 2Ti1t i1 t 4 t L ttrqtV b 4 v irI fS a 7f J a h f3 j s 1 VV VS c V4t k a I 1V VV4V X l I 4 5a e 4 V5V V5V ft VyVV t I VS I 6 4VWV 5VV i a V4VVSk 1t- I VV tH VVp VV St s yiH js i V 1- ifWif V4VVVV VVV 4V AL Pebble E G Woodard and family returned from Marion Ind and theirIhome WhiteOakSeveral from here attended the Flemingsburg Court Monday yountfolksall report a jolly time Albert Whitton and family left Thursday for Missouri to find a new home J W Hendrix went toMas ville Monday George Stewart is somewhat etter of his illness sloWIIyof Indiana visited his brother lJlaw John Rodgers recently Mrs Matilda Woodard is some what better of her illness Charley Hornback is on the sick list Walter Vice has returned from Hale Mo Born to Silas Woodard and wife Sunday Jan 21 a sonICrooks Perry Shultz sold his farm of 7 acres to Mr Craft of Menifee county for 350 Mrs George Ann Williams of herelastIRobertsoniIs parents Mr Overbey andwife last week Dick Weedon wife and son of Mt Sterling are reh tives hOlOVOwingsvillelifts parents Walker and wifeIcarloadnesdayWill Ross and wife are bothon the sick list lIiS5 Florence Moorej f Olympia visited e Sniur day and Mrs Sundayt toneFzidayahd Dt YflV mrT isisitV rents DtSNiiV f IIi rtrh ftlt 4 I SVPS VSf 4V 4 IV 7 ii S h rw VVVVV- a J t VV VS 4 f VSVV1VV VV = VV r 7 f a r rVi trf P d rWm E Jones of near Olymf pian Springs was the guest qf Alfred Carter and wife one nightv last week 1Jeff Lee Norris of Oklahoma last week to visit his moth f er Mrs Fannie Chandler and other relatives- C S Ratliff and wife of Ow ingsville visited Daniel and wife Sunday HaTPC H Carr R L wife of this vicinity Wednesday till Friday oVweek with T J CarranclV near lIt SterTin and V ent at the marliagcorfL Carr to on Thursday at 2iwas a iuiui crowd all enjoyed themse1V An elegant supper waV i7 p m for the near relaV f 1frIends 1 too uS IiThei us any all hoursVBorn Jan 19 to Dan May and wife an iIlbson Farmers are nearly through with their spring plowing some thing this time of the yearVAbout the easiest thing we ever goodhabitMiss Belle Combs of Levee is visiting her sister Mrs Minor Bowen Ed Goosey moved last week from Indian Fields onto J H Gil laspies farm M E Heaton of Nicholas Co will move back to his farm here March 1 VV- Samuel Wells of Salt Lick is visiting relatives hereVJames Alexander lost by death- a work mule he had recently rc fused 185 for Mrs Thomas Satterfield and daughter visited friends at Ow ingsville Friday M SC Foley bought of John Jones a fancy gaited mare for S60 Clcll is considering a trade with Samuel Piersall the veteran trader of our townV Moses Cundiff has rented of James T Peters of Flat Creek and will move soon Mrs Ida Shultzof Flat Creek SpringfieldSharpsburg went Wednesday at ternoon to Louisville to be at thfe bedside of their brother Samuel FE blrsoUwh9JJtscrously Ill u 5r-1 c 3 t IN n P i 1 t 4V VIc VV4 VVSf4VV VVS9V t 11 1 Pz i VVVV j VI i 1VVVV 7 rt VVV r rF FiVV f VV IVV r VV i VV J f V1V AdiiYLiTa T VV SATISFACTORY i15 TV sir how it is that yosT brothers are so bald 1 the inquisitive barberVVVVV Wellreplied the you pro to say anything about itVOhcertainly sirVWell its because our ha fallen outV X COULDNT STAND REWAR You have saved my life a reward you haven daughter there said the ohman whom the tramp had SaVCVV from drowning th4Vdaughterthe1 oldman + I What are you doing ask j the perplexed father againJudge A LOTTERY FOR DOLLY Mar gie was industriously sewing for her doll when she suddenly stop ped her work and turned to her motherVOh mama whaoVyO u thinks she 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