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V 1 Ib If I J I r f fr W4r 4 II e i ti t t i if tJi I I4 VOL XXX OWINGSVILLE KENTUOKY THURSDAY FEB 25 1909 NQ33O j1Jfiosuwes 3 ing was enforced April i j J i Subscribers w h o 1 wish THE OUTLOOK continue coming to Lxto should watch address labels l and see that the date f is ahead of thi date ofIthe next issue of paper The year for which a paper is said J for is indicated thus iStio meaning that lpaidy 1910 I Subscribe for TIlE OUTLOOK Bring your job work to THE i OUTLOOK office Tobaccobed burning is all the go with the farmer now l Jo Highley sold to 0 M lbtIlift three calves for 49 More than half the past week Sy bright warm and springlike hJ p Paris sold his residence L on East High street to I CqrbinforiOO 1 To buy your Fiela fence barbs ed and smooth art kO to S M i EstilICo v 4r iirQ Ky Seb 0 i disc and peg tooth hart M jIL ff A T BYRON 326t r1liest clover timothy and iiiIoi ii j I ever saw at E H i WB 1 rs prices good 332 I IS S Cassity has started a news XA t p prentitled The East Ken 1 f tttcky Citizeiifvat Morehead I c L1 v Ei i AT Byron are sole tfItkrr agenU for genuine Oliver Chilled I t pos poThts and rcpair 326 j 3oPU ut edOa 1Qerj 1 1v Am 0 oj Jua w i fYi T 1 J v lat rented andwill reSiIJiBrothers clover timothy and oats d efpre YOU buy The best saw prices nght t 1iSIniever t American Field and poultrji fencesbarbed and r hardware in all its branches t EL A TUYRON f fRowa9 CircuitCourtwill begin March 8 There are 23 felony cases and 221 misdemeanor I ca es on the docket 4IjI Aptir o leaders helland- StudeOaker wagons all sizes cvery onp fully guaranteed EULAT BYRON 326 The rural free delivery carriers t had a holiday Monday by reason ofitbeing Washingtonsbirthday I anniversary a A Mr Frazee of Lexington who isengaged in organizing Bi i ble classes spoke at the Christian S Church Saturday night Sunday r morning and night SEE This LINE Our IdealQuen cast Economist steel range P neGroveapd Sunrise J cast cook stoveshave no equals t EL 326 o I 9t LOOK Oirrl WeAvant to buy r your iggs poultry1 arid hides and S will you the market price for t them See Gaijfield Perkins bea 1 lore you sell r314t S RENAKER SON l 3IIILDS LEG BROKENDavidII4 Stampers little Torn Allens little soriGpebel were orscuflln Saturday and the Stam- fv per child was thrown and his le z b k nbetweenheat1kleandz knee L DIED JN OKLAHOMA The body I f of Mrs Lee Vanarsdellwho diet J eOk1homa was brought las f f h lfo buriaL She i j1terqf Andrew Judy o f 1 4ifi and half sister of T YdyofSharpsburg r 3 rljI PRIcES With the W oselectfrom you cai t luying a Mitchell o- rj J on Olv rGbllled- dlo r- PlQ W BaflMitchell hillside i r 1 1wthig dic harrow Arnericai i 1 ldfehce BYRONr4 1J1 t ti1 t t jft r SF jtfJ1 1 j i j t ACp i1 1c rjIf ii 1 rrt11 I 5a4r tltlfe 1 4 JJ I PERSONAL- R S Estill went to Cincinnati MondayIJason J Mark is no better of his illness Mrs Eugene Minihan returned from Cincinnati SaturdayIM D Farisof Cynthiana came Saturday to visit W H Daugh ertyIFord Patterson and wife have returned from a trip to New York City Miss May Shrout has returned from a visit to Lexington and Winchester Thomas Zimmerman of Rock wood Texas came last week to visit relatives Mrs Marion Young of Louisivile came last week to sister Mrs J B GoodpastetI Mrs J A Barnes left Tuesday morning to visit Mrs W A Whit comb and other relatives in Win chester Squire Chas Myers little son Sherman west of town vho was badly burned last week jget ting better C S Ratliff and wife visited the formers brother Jeff in Mt Sterling from Monday till Saturday afternoon Mrs Josephine Mooresof Winchester came Monday to visit her sister Mpw W Power who has been some time t Mrs LouFratman of Mt Ster 11IMrs Price Calk of Mt Ster ling Misses Nannie Saunders anti Mary Wright of Sharpsburg are guests of Mrs A N Brooks this week a Homestead and Globe fertilizers for sale by iE L A T EvuN 3261 If it frosts in May i IJeryc i1iarJi ideitLcxingtori c S8at g dr h dctt heldiquarterly meeting hxre urday anti Sunday moT t and night ANNUAL K OF P QUET The Owingsville I e No 87 of P had their annual flan at the lodge room Friday night Feb 19 the anniversary of the foundngofthe order WEDDING REHEARSAL The Goodpasterland eSdaYI1nigg Li y THOS POWER HAD LEG Ba- oKThos Power who is building a residence at Reynoldsville daylastand broke his leg between the ankle and knee BIG MORTGAGE Leslie Shrout is busy now recording a mortgage 30000000 given by th- eCO Railway Co tothe U S Mortgage and Trust Co It con tains 91 octavo pages of printed matter SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT The entertainment given at the High School building Friday night by the pupils of the primary grades was well attended and pleased the audience very much The proceeds amounted to something over 29 gross CIRCUIT COURT The grand jury reported fifty one i nti i c t menu all for misdemeanors and adjotiined Saturday morning Wm Barbers attorneys applied for a new trial but were den le by the Court They areoing to take the case to thtCoutof Ap peals Flantiery was convicted of shooting and killing Jas Perry agobypistol and was sentenced to two in the penitentiary The damage suit for 3300 for the loss of an eye by James Jack son Thompson of color against the city of Owingsville resulted in the Court sustaining the demurr er to the suit by the citys coun tseJ In other words it was ruled I t Thompson had no cause for action The case will betaken to the Court of Appeals by coun sel for Thompson Nothing else of particular inter st was done in Court Court adjourned for the term Saturday v j tL j r a Six OCLOCK DINNER Mrs A N Crooks entertained at a 6 oclock dinner Tuesday all of those who were to participate in the ceremony at the wedding of Dr Scott Goodpaster and Miss Catherine Rice The dinner was served on individual tables the color scheme being white and yellow throughout white candles with yellow shades heartshaped cakes p f white and yellow white and yel low mints etc with Cluny centerpieces and doilies and a profusion of silverware and cut glass heartshapedhun bridal couple in a carriage drawn by cupids The chair of the bride tobe was adorned with ropes of Southern smilax and white lilies The guests were Miss Cather nc Rice and Dr Scott Goodpas Misses Eleanor Robertson of Cincinnati Minerva Rick etts Scott of Sherburne t Mira Grooks Lodema Wood Lillian Woodof Mt Sterling and Emily Lacy Messrs Glenn Perry Sherman Goodpaster Holman Rice Alex Goodpaster Wallace Gudgell Henry Hopkins Conner Ewing of this town Dr McKinley of Clark Patterson Jo Conner Walter Crooks of Mt Sterling h FLAT CREEK STORE ROBBED The general merchandise store belonging to the Hamilton Farm Co and managed by Tony Quinn byheturnpike was broken into Friday night Considerable of the goods were missing next morning One the robbers left his soiled un dershirt The same night Henry Orma had a horse stolen it is supposed ly the same robbers TheMt Sterling bloodhounds were secured but they could find no trail It is supposed the rob bers went away on hprseback or in a vehicleC- AItMICHAEIJCARTEILROSCOC Carmichael son of T D Carmichael living onrf 1 Cynthiana daughterIvere xmited rT Eclcl Ibridesnoon Feb 10 Thebr dal coupe Ie leftnextmorni f9r the bridegrooms home in Bourbon county The bride is a pretty arid very attractive young lady Mr Car michael is unknown to us + L BONDHarryNohle was indicted by the grand jury at itsrccet session on the charge of giving a worthless check for some cattle was released on 500 bond Tuesday The creditors of Ed Bailey the Forge Hill merchant have had BankruptcyCourt reportedini LECTURE COURSEOwings yule Ky Hon George D Al den Lecturer is the next entertainer of our Lecture Course and fwill lecture at the School Chapel Thursday night Februa ry 25 Judge lectures are not mere academic discus vitalitopicsattention In several of the large cities in which he has spoken the daily papers have devoted from one to two columns to a review of his lectures a very remarkable and unusual tribute to the or perhaps that says things worth while Judge Alden will amuse entertain interest leav en inspire and best of all will leave something for thought Judge Alden is worth the price of the whole course Remember the committee and SchoolLibrarY fund lose if you do not support the course not the We Solicit your hearty cooperation Come and enjoy an intellectual treatI MANAGEMENT 322t ICANDlDA summer visitorwho was trying a horse the prop erty of a New Hampshire farmer with a view to buying him no ticed that after driving a few veryhardconstant watching Do you think this is just the horse for a lady to drivet he inquired rath er doubtfully Well answered the owner with an air of great candor 1 must say I shouldnt really want to be the husband of the woman who could drive that horse Christian Register tI i tt J L I rar V t r WIfT RDOLFII LEARNED Last Slrn y Rudolph made his debut as a Sunday school scholar Everybody about the house was interested in the event and for several days preceding the Sab bath various members of thefamily had taken pains to coach him for the ordeal They had taught him the golden text a n d the story he lesson and final lyRudrrayed in his best suit ofIes and with a brandc new penny in his pocket to be drop i the contribution box was wd into thepath which supposedtotrWhi hecame home his relations d friends were anxious to experienceWelf did you have nice time Ysa maam said RudolphJ textYesAnd did you remember the lessonYes maam I said it all off by he y pennyinYe naamt Rudolphs mother grabbed him up ecstaticallyOv teacliust have been proud of you f now she just loved you She d something to you didnt she asked his mother maam fkrow she would Come Ru die darling tell mother what the te aid to mothers littlefly lid for me to bring two pe next Sundaywas the ste ig repI A ERICAN WOMEN FREEA Fr u woman think she sees ti A merican woman m true per- I vc and it is interesting afore to hear what she has ay She considers that fem i has triumphed in a spe c lanner here because in a n ough country where brute i was the only rule men saw I cessity of protectingandre ng something and that ing wns woman r Mt might ha been sup- reniarkss e that in lheli 1oi h srug1e2tj14i II Jl woujd have been restrict c d Mm entering the arena and If v Curing herself against the n but Americans prefer iJ to let her do as she liked and i Veome independent if she desir The women ofAmerica take de in being independent even if they are married and as mar riajre is easy mId can be entered ir with the slightest formalities men often marry ilthe most hmd manner On the other hand divorce is o t as easy and therefore a p of things has come about tiw is astonishing to a Frenchwoman As the French institu tion of the dot does not obtain and the assent of the parents is not necessary the difficulties wh h surround n F ac3 are nonexistent to an ex greater degree than they ar n England and the girl who cir crn her own living is inde pt at of a husband whether- sl altes one or not L4 FOLLETTE WEPTLa Fol lette had been a member of the dignified body of the Senate for morE tLan two years when he rose tat spring to deliver his fan r the curreechagainst rer which he Chfb I that a clique ofless than a so i of men controlled the bus inc i f the whole nation Just before he took the floor one of the radicals who have come into theSenate since he first appeared there went to him and stretched hand said simply Ve are expecting great things from you today Instantly tears filled La Fol lettes eves and hishand shook so that ie could hardly grasp that of his send It was with diffi culty tat he controlled his voice enough to reply tyou dont know what that means me You are the first man that has spoken to me like that since I have been here he saifl Two years in the Senate he had been and nota colleague had giv en him a decent wordO K Davis in Hamptons Magazine NEEDNT BE IN A HURRY An odKansas citizen who had been henpecked all his life was about to His wife thought it her duty to offer him all the consolation she couldand said John you are about to go but I shall follow you tt I suppose so Manda tt said the old man feebly but so far as I am concerned you need not be in any blamed hurry about it O 5 4 i W t 0 tt 11 CLOCK HID FACEliy are the only girl I ever loved he cried Where have I heard that before murmured the girl Oh but I mean it So did all the others tt You admit there have been others then1 Of course I am over seven- I tt would die for you But I dont care for dead onesPlease dont be frivolous Ij was never more in earnest in my life I would go through fire and water for you With rnbberbootsandahand- grenade tI t I suppose Cant you be serious I love you Do you realize the sacrifice No sacrifice would be too great for me to make if it would result in winning you Thinkof the freedom you would have to give up tI Freedom Without you it is thralldom slavery Your evenings at the club your little poker parties your midnight suppers your comings and no one to question youYou are a thousand times more to me than everything else in the world She was nerving herself for the great final test How about thethe coffee your mother used to make she falteredIt bum he said A wild glad cry escaped her luscious lips- Reginald Agnes cgJcJelttsoeljbarassed den its face inits hands f GOOD AS A CIRCUS Garvin Bell told a story the other day about a fight up in the mountains between two families that had had a pleasant little feud on for several years They happened to meet during the farming season arid the only arms they had were hoes scythes and pitchforks but they put up a fight that was the talk of the district foF months They cut jabbed and mauled jgjirh o l ntil they wa r 1iasbutAfter the snl te of battle fo use a classic phe had cleared perhaps and caused son arrests They were all tried tr uryand full details of the Lam as battle were brought out VastlY to the edifica tion of the members of it who could appreciate a good scrap themselves Finally the Verdict was returned thejuryareunabletodec are unanimously of the opinion that each member of this body would have given six bits to see the fight CourierJournal RUDYARD KIPLINGS BREAK Rudyard Kipling when dining with me a literary Chica goan told me about Simla Itseems that Simla is in the mountainsthe hills as they say in Indiaand the ladies go there in hot weather to escape the heat of the low country Well Kipling said that one lovely cool morning at Simla he was presented to a grass widow They call those ladies grass wid ows whose husbands are detain ed plainsShe and charming and as they talked together in the pleasant coolness Kipling said I suppose you cant help thinking of your poor husband grilling down below lady gave him a strange look and he learned afterward that she was a real wjdow Livery Stable I meet all trains at Preston with good vehicles Prices to meet competition Phone 109 JESSE B PARKS Pres- ton3I1INGLb FOR SALE 300000 No 1 18inch Sawed Oak Shingles 450000 No 1 18inch Sawed Chestnut Shingles 350000 No 2 ISin h Sawed Chestnut Shingles 150000 Poplar Sap Shingles Write me for prices here and delivered 3010 O L HINTON Plummers Landing Ky t IL ii 1J t VULCAN PLOWS are the cheapest for thcr are the best are the lightcst diaft and ifi V the strongest plow The points always fit 1madef Handmade Saddles nLHarries4a- rc the cheapest for they wear longcatr 1EUCENE MINIHAN OWS SVILLE KY RACKET STORE jt SIIJIIEVERYTHIN6 FOR EVERYBODYII j I have just received r nice new line of f MENS SPRING and SUMMER rATSr in peg tops and cuff botfoms also in stanle t styles at prices to suit all I will sell you g a bargain in corduroy and heavy pants Dont forget the sale of hats now going on = Prices on mattings are from 12 to 25c i perTard I will have on March 5 about 200 i k p irs ot snjshoPs jl slippers for netit2l O iiitjl aini children iJe sold at wholesale v j cost alsd complete line of staple Slices v 1g Don forget our 25 10 and 5cent counters are complete The Highecf Cash Price Paid For jtrya f JR II AXEV E Sy M ot = I r Jt t 1 r f 1jtr SIiJIR N t i fi r J sf jfJi t r t tItr t rt7 1ttJ finfltE 0CKE1w r n k 1Lche ufitfture dn Man l i i business in the Elliott jJ 1street I will also se lJ ffFtYJi BUGGY or similar ve liI 1i S undersold and hope by fall dealing tain my old customers and gain m ones ED fiARN WEEKLY COURIERJOUHNALiIji I Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the nevswithoutfear or favor The regular price is 100 a year but IERJOURNAL you can get and the WEEKLY COUR VliW THE OUTLOOK r tf f r I Both One Year for iluo 1t t If you will give or send your order to his hI papernot the CourierJournal X 4JfDallY flu1iOrJOllrlih1O SnndarGouriorJoD i t J We can giyeyou a combination cut ruth on Daily or Sunday if you will write tto paperi F i FREEi TOUR OF EUROPE = Io t l IiJf SThe Cincinnati Commercial Tribune Y will take forty woraen from Ohio In diana and Kentucky on a sevenweeks 4 trip visiting f ENGLAND SCOTLAND HOLL 91 AND BELGIUM SWITZERLAND it 11WIllFor full information read The Cin t t cirinati CommercialTribune 4 t f I Bring Ds JourI Job War J i4jh ff f r J 1 1 j 1i j1 L i 1 f r 5 1k 1 r1i 1 i S I Jt 1rjq1CEies1Iif lt i r f t t t CMseidoA ROADS VA races ship t HANP1ON ship and squadron squad the final leg of I the crulso of the Atlantic 1fleet when the United States armada- S started from Gibraltar for home The maneuvers of the fleet reinforced by 1 nine warships from homo waters were the most elaborate over undertaken I 4 by United States war vessels And r when the fighting craft cast anchor ct y xhern February 22 they were in fit con dftACdD steam out to taco an enemy 1 t The program for the reception of Uamptonfit was I the proud record mado by tho ships I It practically reversed the program carried out when the fleet sailed qi President Roosevelt on board the rMayflower anchored between the LHorseshoe and Lynn Havea bay re viewed the fleet as It passed In Rear F Admiral Sperry the other commanders I l and exeuUy omcers then wOnt t j aboard tho Mayflower to receive the Ij resident greetings after which thc ftl1ShlptoI lL o 4 JMk rs1 4ilx ktprntaUye t ek wJectedT from xtte division A h cniU has been a practice trlp a but it remitied for th 1 villtj to iistItnte the rnaneY rj teats planned The intention was StyeUleve8ael the severest trials rj Utetaili of their lose Jouraey In t ldertMt YcI fectala thee juight e deaoMtrated Ps 1jrGmpo JlnaClcIkIoto the16 battleships that y fleet there ware the tj t aaktea aM Panther two storeshlpsS i lit9 cbllliers These were started tneir GIbr1tar Before they ijf tedvaegbliafe xnacIof the distance II WW8CroHe AUtl th3r 4 were et kr the welcoming fleet seat 1 rl H from the uatedStatesT1It 1 Soakted of Us battleships Maine f 1 t New blse Idaho and Missis I 4 iiliwl HhiJ Doredcrullle1Ko1italia M rferth earoltaa and the scout i rdh i Birmingham sad Cues p V tert ogn they joined the otheIt5- a lest of 29 battlekipe1e uIfwar At XHI ifre eljSbledtll real work t r the bmewdd cruise wa ulder t Pr7r4 LfraI Spfrry cad framed t A a sIr t 1CRMATIONOFTHESQUADRONL i Jt ec sklji reiifed According to flesenv r Typei5 fifE sWwiao8t lIke each other in sLI towwg a d ia typV were grouped I W s isHjether darteg the long voyage In L esek itvtoteB Thus Admiral SpenT t d higpBhip the Connectkut s together with the Louisiana Vermont J l 4 jt jCtws aH few our latest acble- sa45j Rii IIII88aa American warship building 0 ca of these tour hlpsJftor F V fMUvMy are Osterhaas Wainwrlght ft tI tterand Vreelan- laC y the secend dlrlaioa of the first Sk 1 atuidra were toe iflagshlp Georgia J with thertewjJersey Rhode Island and jc rIkt i1i Vkgtala commanded respectivelv by J Oapts McCrea Soj therland Murdock U p Schroeder 5 In the first division of the second L t iairea sailed the flagship Wane 1kI I fT peta- with the Ohio Missouri and rf ttl xS r iliftlMC oeauMnded by Lapin Hub Bartlett Merriam and lIarbet I i 1 the aecO1dtivlafoDAC the second r t i su dr ethetat division were tj 1Wi the Alabama w the DlnolsKeaf rl fcectKentucky commanded 1ry 1F 1A IItT 45i4 I 1tA 11 i 73 J1f i 44 i2 hoIJr 5nf3jr t 9PJoJ j 4 I Yiu 4 4 r r ft aq elaborate program in which all the vessels took part While tho fleet or tho main body of It jogged along at a paco that brought It into Hampton Roads February 22 tho Individual ships were put through speed trials and endurance tests Ships of similar class raced to determine Individual excellency while bat tleshlps of different designs wore test ed ono against tho other to determine the superiority of style There wore also races between squadrons and battle maneuvers in which squadrons and divisions partici pated There also was gunnery prac tics under practically battlo condi tions and now records have been made NEW RECORDS FOR SAILING None Other to Compare with Achieve ment of Our Fleet the fabled cruise of the Ar SINCE of old there have been many famous cruises In history but none that can compare either in ma nitude of vessels or In length of miles to the great world cruise just finished by our fleet tookhIthe Sea of Japan this was heralded to all the world aa the greatest armed cruise in history and SO it was up to that time Yet apart from the singular fact that these Russian fighting ships were foredoomed to disaster what miserable achievement was as compared to the magnificent resist losS onward sweep of our own flsht intrshlpsl Significant Historical Fact To the historian it cannot bata pear as a significant thing that all other previous great cruises in hiS uncArtakenhave only resulted in disaster and shame There was the great cruise of the Spanish armada for instance launched against England by Philip II of Spain which ended In such utter rout and disaster Then therd were those ambltipos naval projects of the great Napoleon resulting in the famous French cruises Capts Veeder Bowyer Hutchins and Cowles These four battleships axe all of the type that carries superimposed turret types The armored tpulser squadron corn comprisedtheortgtnal California Nebraska and South Da kate and the two new cruisers Wash ington and St Louis which preceded the big fleet through the Magellan straits In the torpedo boat flotilla com mandedby Lieut Hutch I Cone were the Whlpple Hopkins Hull Stewart xt nand Lawrence commanded respectively by Lleuts Cone Howe McCommons Hellweg Kerriok and Ensign Frederick Inthoauxl1lary division were the supply ships Glacier and Calgoa the repair ship Panther and the tender Yanktoc commanded by Commanders Hogg Patton Nelson and Lieut Gherardl Food Value of Sugar Experiments with sugar as food made in the French army have shown that It is a great socrco of muscular energy i t i l ik to Egypt and afterward to tho West Indies and back only to end in thoso ever memorable disasters to French sea power at the battle of tho Nile and at Trafalgar Second Spanish Armada Coming down to more modern times no one can have forgotten that ill fated cruise of another Spanish armada under Admiral Cervera which ended in tho total loss of Spanish sea power at Santiago do Cuba When President Roosevelt gave his first order that the Atlantic fleet should start for Its practlco cruise to the Pacific from Hampton roads all tho European naval experts on the continent permitted themselves to doubt whether our ships could over be got ready In time and whether tho long cruise could ever be accom plished without serious disasters But every English speaking sallorman knew in his heart that tho great fleet would be all ready and would start exactly on tlmeto the minute as It did Had Confidence In Fleet What is more we all knew that the great lIe would swing around the worldllooking in at the Hawaiian islands tho Philippines Into China and Japan anjl back again without the slightest shade of doubt Intlie soul of any American that the fleet would always acquit itself wejl and achieve what it set out to do This Indee is the great thing that has been accomplished by the fleet For the first time in history the Pa cific ocean has been put into commis sion This IS a great fact a great achIementtho results of which can never be changed or lost Henceforth in the worlds hlst rythe Pacific ocean which first came into interns tional prominence pub with Dew lsgreat victory In Manila bay and the Japanese victories in their own ova vters will loom up in historical Impor tance as did the Medlterraneaa befotf Columbus great cruise opened up the Atlantic A better result even than this enviable achievement during the fleets world cruise periafrs is the moral lZ pression mad upon the world at large by the majestic appearance and efficiency of our ships while under the eyes of foreign observers THE MODESTY OF GREATNESS Picture Machine Man Received Com pliments in Becoming Manner ArtSplrltwith much brilliancy and Illustrated by moving pictures one of tho audi cone sitting at the back of the hall noticed a studious looking man com ing up the aisle- 1Splendld wasnt ItT he said Ob thank you replied the man modestly Im glad you liked it I hope every one enjoyed it as welL Undoubtedly answered the first speaker rising to the occasion It must tako a great deal of study and peculiar gifts of mind to prepare anything of this sort It does said the man simply And your voice is so beautiful too pursued thooothuslllst I beg your pardon said the man I did not speak What ho gasped Are you not the lecturer 0i no said the man I do the important partllun the picture machine j 1 l ir THE PROFESSIONS AND GOVERNMENT PRESIDENT ELECT TAFT TALKS OF INFLUENCES THEY MAY EXERT SHOWS DUTY OF THE CITIZEN Address Before the University of Penn sylvania on the Present Relation of the Learned Professions to Political Government Coupled with a Eulogy of the Life and Works of George Washington Tha First Presidents High Character as a Man Philadelphia Feb 22lIon William H Taft presidentelect of the United States was the principal speaker at the exercises in the University of Pennsylvania commemorative of the birth of Washington- He those for the subject of his ad dress the Present Relations of the Learned Professions to Political Gov ernment lIe discussed at consider able length the Influence which the learned professions in this day bave upon national and municipal govern mentHs outlined luminously tho part each of the important professions plays in a government by the people and compared their Influence one with another In brief part ho said It is the duty of citizen to give as much attention as be can to the public weal and to take as much interest as he can In political matters Americans generally have recognized these duties and we Hud active in po lIUcal life men representing all pro fessions all branches of business and all trades I propose today to Invito your attention to the present relation of each of tho learned professions to politics and government Ministry Placed First The first profeslson is that of tho ministry Time was in New England and in every other part of the coun try under the Influence of Its tradi tions when the minister of the Con gregational church in addition to that of his sacred office exercised a most powerful influence which was at a distinctly political character His views on the Issues of the day were consid ered of the greatest weight In tho com munity in which ho lived and be ranked everyone as its first citizen This was in the days when New Eng land might almost be called a theocracy when It was deemed wise aad politically proper to regulate by law to tho minutest detail tho manner of life of men and as these lawswere un derstood to be framed in accord with moral and religious requirements the minister of the community was tho highest authority as to what the law should be and howlt ought to be en forced Great changes h hoover our ur f lire Lsiii day Thi aistry becaus e re- wardS In rlie way of influence wcr jand nromljeijce stiraetad tEt of educated mind nnd the ablMt aforce of character wore whcr Iand influence resided But thy sp d of education and thijc ing the wide diffusiOn of knowledge and news by the prass the otomious unl11Uicrease in rewards and influence of other vocations the disappearance of the staple village life haT all contributed to change radically the poslr tlon and Influence of tho ministry in the communllyTOdaylt1spot truo that profession attracts the ablest young men and this I think is a dis tinct loss to OUt society for it is of protesaiontin high moral standards nndtoarouse tho best that there Is in man to stir him to higher t aspirations should have the genius and brilliancy with which successfully to carry out this function Of course the profes sion of ministry Is supposed to have to do largely with the kingdom of the next worla rather than with thls1anl mast people expect to find in the rep resentativcs of the profession only ahj other worldllnoss and no thought ot this This of course is the nar rowest view of the profession What ever the next world we are certainly under the highest obligation to make the bst of this and the ministers should bottle chief instruments In ma king this world morally and religious ly bettor It Is utterly impossiblo to separate politics from the lives of the community and there cannot be gen morIllymo time The latter will ultimately ebauch the whole community Has Made Improvement During the administration of Mr Roosevelt and under the influence of certain revelations of business immor ality the conscience of the whole country was shocked anti then nerved to the point of demanding that a better order of affairs be Introduced In this movement the ministers of the various churches have recognized the theyhaveeffective than ever before in half a century The greatest agency today In keeping ns advised ofthe condi tions among oriental races is tho es tablishment of foreign missions The leaders of these missionary branches of tho churches arq becoming some of respectefour saldthaternment is of the utmost importance though Indirect He went on w Editor Has a Grievance The editor of the OritUejCaJ Herald complains that a graceless thief stole his camera and thus relieves his soulSomebody without bowels of com passion stole tho Gridley Heralds camera The theft occurred some time during the last three weeks though tho machine was not missed until Sunday The thi rf took the camera out of the case shrewdly t jr 4ItAV= IFho next profession Is that of nil teacher Of course the great number of teachers are engaged In prl mary and secondary instruction ant In industrial or vocational work Thel relation to politics and government Ir of tho utmost Importance though in direct It is and ought to be thel highest duty to Instill In tho minds o the young girls and boys tho patriot- Ism and lovo of country becayao tbi boy is father to tho man and the pa trlotlsm of the extreme youth of thl country may well determine that 01 tho grown men The erect of an In tense patriotism which thrills through the nerves of the boys of a country II Illustrated In the immense strength which Japan derives from it No one who visits that Interesting country 01 comes Into contact with the Japanese can avoid seeing its patriotism The term Bushido Is a kind of apotheosis of patriotism The Joy with which Japanese give up their lives in defense of their country has its foundation in a real religious feeling and Is most in spiring to all who come to know It It should bo full of significance to those of the teaching profession who become responsible for the thoughts and Ideal of the young To tho writer In whatever capacity ho may Tabor Judge Taft attributed great influence either for good or for badJudgo Taft paid a high tribute to tho profession of medicine because It had contributed to the preservation of the health of all the people He pointed out that the profession bad been exalted by its great discoveries and by its assistance In the expansion of our government in the tropics and in tho construction cf the Panama canal He said Medical Profession Eulogized The triumph which has been reached in the namo of tho medical profession In the discovery as to the real cause of yellow fever and malaria and the suppression of those diseases by killing or preventingtho propaga lion of or the infection of the mos quito Is ono of the wonders of human progress It has made tho construc tion of the PanaAja canal possible It has rendered life In the tropics for im migrants from the temperate zone consistent with health and reasonable length of life and it has opened pos sibilities in tho improvement of the health and strength of races themselves under governmenthl teach ing assistance and supervision that were unthought of two decades ago Sanitary engineering with its proper treatment of water making it wholesome and harmless with its removal of the filth and sewage and its con version of what was noxious into most useful agencies all confirm the gov ernmental importance of tho profession of medicine and the kindred tech nical profession of chemistry engin eering and all branches ot physical re search So marked has been this In thQlpedtcaldes that the doctors themselves have organized a movement for the unifies tion of aT agencies in the federal government used to promote the public health in one bureau or department at as r wTJch the vishtoputl i oriV vICD ai i on will con in fcx pUs ri e cum plete purpose of iU plionlYt- he national legislature pan tell Cer thinly the economy of the union of all health agencies of the national gOY ornment In one bureaubr department is wise Whether at the head of that department should be put 4 doctor of medicine or some other person must depend on tho individual and not on his technical professional learning or skill It is the capacity to organize coordinate and execute that is need ed at the head of a department and not so much deep technical and pro fessional skill It is the ability to judge whether others taTe such tech nical or professional skill that the head of the department who makes the selection of the members of his department should be endowed with However this may be it Is becoming moro and more clear that the extend ing of governmental duUes into a ter ritory covered by the profession of medicine is bringing physicians more and more into political and govern mental relation and we may expect that in the next decade they will play- a far greater part than tJieyhBTo here tofore and it is proper that they should Washingtons Greatness After mentioning the great good in actual results accomplished by many technical professions Judge Taft con sidered In extent the profession of the law which he said is in a wide sense the profession of government He said that lawyers often were selected to cart on governmental work because the executive faculty was a very marked attribute of the modern lawyer While he realized that there were defects and weaknesses in thd profession of the law be regarded it as the most important In Its relation to political government In conclusion he said National exigency seems to call forth the men peculiarly fitted to meet the requirements of the situation Such were Lincoln and Grant during the great civil war Such was Washington In the revolution the anniversary of whose birthday this university appropriately makes its Corn mencement Day He was not a law yer1 or a doctor or a minister He was a leader of men His pure disinterest ed patriotism his freedom from small Jealousies his marvelous common sense his Indomitable perseverance and patience and his serenity and calm under the most trying circum stances gave him the victorya victory which could be traced not to bril liant genius or professional training but to that which of all things is the most to be pursued and desired to his high character as a man figuring no doubt that It would not be missed until wanted and that If the case was left the theft would not be noticed The camera was a 7x5 Kodak with ground glass in back and can be easily identified by the owner if he gets his eyes 9n it It is sun pected that the thief was a long legged tramp printer with a face Ike a funeral and a manner like a whipped Spitz If ho yislts the offices of any of our contempora we advise that ho be met at the i door with the heavy end of the n t ciii 41t V SUNDRYCIVIL I BILL Reported To National House of Representatives NOTABLE IN SEVERAL RESPECTS Carries Largest Appropriation of Any Measure of It Kind and Limits Promiscuous Transfer of 3 cret Service Agents Washington Feb 20The sundry civil bill carrying appropriations for the civil expenditures of the federal government for the fiscal year begin ning July 1 1909 which was reported to tho house Friday Is notable In more than one respect First It carries the largest appro priations of any bill of Its kind the aggregate being 13702207093 which Is 3130670145 in excess of the appro priations for the current fiscal year In the second place it reenacts the provision placing a limitation upon the promiscuous transfer ot secret service agents to which the pr s1dcnftook- such serious exceptions and hlclJ led to the controversy between him and congress during this session In anothe rcspect the bill deserves at tetlon and that is the liberal manner in which the committee has provided the various executive departments with funds to carry on Investigations of fraud and violations of the law For example It gives 1000000 to tho secretary of the interior for tho protection of the public domain and the investigation of entries of public lands This Is double the amount appropriated last year and four times the sum given him two years ago The committee also showed its kind ly feeling toward Mr Garfield by in eluding an item of 2500000 for the erection of a new building for tho use of the land and Indian bureau the reclamation service and the geological survey all of which are branches of tho interior department The bill car rlcs many items of local interest in tho Ohio valley states Forrlversrotdhnrbors in the Ohio valley tho following amounts were authorized The Ohio river below Plttsburg Dams 13 and 18 220000 Dam 37 230000 No8 364000 Np 11 300000 No 26300000 harbor of Cleveland 377500 Big Sandy river i West Virginia and Kentucky 50000 Kentucky river Kentucky Dams 12 and 13 210000 t For the enforcement of Section 20 of tho Hepburn bill 350000 is appro printed the same as last year The sum of 350000 was voted a year ago only after the president had written to the speaker and had called several members of the white house to consult qn tim subject TesUmpny taken by the committee showed that during the seven jjhtrof the preis tnt year only U1P TJefund h t- Srcn expended aif 11 pVas Included tho at t naflS ers for whom maf cu waif sug gested by the c niluo 8 year ago from another fir V- Inuthe lUu president is author Ized with the oonsentof the Republic ofCubato Invite proposals tor re 6h1pmQlnotromHavana communicate with congress as Soon as may be practicable estimates based upon the proposals received there under f The largest Item in tho bill is for continuation of work on the Panama canal For this purpose 33638000 is appropriated or 4000000 more than is tarried in the current sundry civil appropriation Ufor that expenditure yeartoflargest item is 19574514 for rivers and harbors construction work orb- ed by law Another largo item ia 18618646 for the construction of public buildingsIN PLIGHT Steamer Statin Aground and Rescuing Tugs Have a Hard Time passengerSlarin from New Haven for New York went aground Friday night on the flats outside the eastern breakwater at the entrance to the Bridgeport harbor and now lies in a danger ous position A howling southwesterly gale has kicked up such a heavy sea in Long Island sound that none of tho tugboats called out by Staring signals of distress can approach without extreme danger of going aground Tho vessel is listing about 45 do grees The tug Sarah McWilliams after several attempts finally succeed ed In getting closEt enough to the jieamer to rescue the one paeenger on board and the crew The Starin is filling rapidly and will probably creak up In a few bourn Sentenced To Die In Electric Chair Roanoke Va Fob 20 Aarelius ChrlstlanVithe negro who criminally as 7Dobbs3ototourt county fanrer was sen tenced to die in the electric chair In the state penitentiary on March 22 Open Switch Caused Collision Little Rock Ark Feb 20A local passenger train on the iron Mountain railroad ran into an open switch in the Argenta yards Friday and collided with a freight train Mrs Coo Eaton of McCalmont Ark was badlyInjured- Shot While Trying To Protect Mother Punxsutawney Pa Feb 20Glen Johnston 10vearold sonot Mrs Coo Johnston was shot and killed near Rosslter Pa bya boarder named Louis Williams who had attacked the mother The child tried to protect the mother with fatal results Two Were Drowned Baltimore Hid Feb 20 William Bauers cod Christopher Miners of this city were drowned In the Spring Gardens section of Baltimore harbor Friday while trying a nw launch L J L 4 4y t A f J f I OMAHA MOB RAIDS r GREEK QUARTERS Nine Persons Injured Oaring Melee Jand at Least Thirty Buildings Par1allyDetreject iOmaha Neb Feb 22ft1lowlng a v i harangue at a mass meeting at the city hall In South Ophaat which two members of tho state legislature an attorney were the principal era a wild mob of sot to 1000 andLstarted for the Greek quarter avenge the death of Patrolman ward Lowery wise was shot and cd Friday night by a Greek whom he had placed under arrest IBefore their thitator blood had been satisfied two boyawere shot un el least nine persona injured by dfmissiles which the crowSkused Weapons and not lees than gitinjuredJOPeph Gamble each about 15 yeqIII ttentsa of the mob and a general asimult was begun on the homes and business fplaces of the Greeks rhisattackwas rX centered at TwentTrslxth and Q Btreets where is located the prinCIpal jGreek quarters The maddened crowd f began its work of destruction by throw V 1n1d6w9occupied by Greeks lla very aho time havoc was made with the fronri of these places and tho Blocks of tho stores were quickly laid waste ii Ismashedlage the interior when a squad of police charged the crowd and Jt1Jtv vested tho mob from securing jpte liquor It was at this place the two i boys were shot A third crowd rushed to Twenty fourth and I streets tod attacked a7confectionery store unb Demos ErosThe big plate lcn windows wfre quickly smashed tho doors kick ed in and the stock and naoweases dc stroyed Mrs Mary Domes and her aged rather escaped dffiUi at tJe f TSThohours before a scmblanco orii let could be restored vU STEWARTD ROBINSON s v Nephew of President Rooseveit Met u an Awful Death Sunday M njTjgv f Cambridge Mass Feb tZ Stewart lt r Douglas Robinson nephew ofPresl dent Roosevelt and 8ODii of Douglas Roblns9n cf New York city mist an awfnldeatn here some ttme betweeni and 410ocl c1c Sunday morning Hei i tifell ln JernaJpeflal from a nixthflocr lI ormltpry in Massachusettsavenue J bcdwtiithe F and etfrMp- Atenad tthe t t d wu r LJ on The sIdLbi a pollcemanr 10The boy was 19 years oidi a1uBiorfA at larvard aa athlefe and one ptthB imost popular lads la college fjffhulalo secretary of state who GK Jnme 23 1901 fell from a Wrdi wln4 dow of aliotel In NOw Haven CL i hclsesatralIt Is believed by the 5olicoandby young Robinsons relativea be be y cahie ill during the e xiythnrnthgand- going to the window forilr lost his balance and fell out I Our Fleet II Back United States Flagsnlp cbanecticuti 1 at Sea via United States Steamship Yankton Feb 2The battleship fleet is 90 miles southeast of Cape Henry in line of Bquadrons The speed is 10 knots The fleet will arrive on schedule time slowing gown If necessary Strong uthweet winds r4prevailed during the night of the 19th and increased to fresh weaterly gales All battleships pitched heavily but made satisfactory progress The Jghtfrthe20thand Montana Joined the fleet at 11- pmiOB the 20th after heavy weather i causing some dciayt6 them klngat- otalofaO ships tbestro1gest11cet f ever broughtatogether nader the American flag Young Boxer Drowned Plttsburs PtI Feb tl AugBst Fraakort aged 16 and Henry Busse paged 13 decided to flniiba little dIn pute they bad on the Allegheny whart Sunday afternoon with boxing gloves Pieboxhig S4boatgrasped Frarikert and both fell into the 1lver wletoF1anke twaadrcw ed Busso had obe pulled from the water and assisted in diving for his iformer oppoaant plAnChl ago Fpb 2Lisharn lIandclph one ot the seven engineers who lac companied Presidentelect Tafl tothe canal zone said Sunday tho canal fsalariesthan in the United States r Stckers Strike New Yorlc Feb 22The stokers of the HamburgrAmertcan Stftamship Co sWkeortBgtoalready gone out on tbePrii teI- Fmdr1ck Jiif1 t One Hundred peri iiiitL 1 jtTeriblepast week and 2OOQ isiles of tracks of the Southwestciriraiiw blocked Blore tha pp liveS nava i j been lost in Ue blizzard uthwaa jera Rusida during the laStthroo days TannIng Plant Burned j Milwaukee Win Fob 2tfThV four tstory tanning Plant ot the Alert Trostel Sons tannery with another j JtdClSlroyed76000 fully covered byJnsurance kJ IrllI i l rt iSYNOPSISVanlshJnc Flrcts a story of wliat nIght have happened opens In Wash ington wtth States and Japan t un the1verse of war Guy Illlller sec retary of the British embassy and Mis Norma Uobcrts chief aide of Inventor Roberts are Introduced as lovers At tho moat Inopportune moment Japan declares war Japan takes tho Philippines The entire country Is In a state or turmoil be of the governmenta Indifference Ullller start for Kngland with se meffiUKa and Is compelled to leave heauae Roberts who with ot also leaves Wcslilnicton on mys expediflon for an point on- t coast Hawaii U captured by r ettI J lea Siege Japanese spy dUcovera secret preparations tor war Iln follow auto t carrylnff presidential cabinet lie uniearths ouree of great mystery onI nMII jmunnurfnl The gods save Nippon p Pacinc ioast SICEO Is shota l down just as Journey to JCl awful news r to Jopan seems successful Japan an nounces IntenUon to attack seaports I J Toklo learns of missing Japanese fleet thattI cencyt England decides to send a fleet Ib to American waters as a Canadian pro I supposeIsf also sent to Canada to attempt to force t 4 his Way through American lines with a message to isresIdent In order that 4a protection for the fleet may bo assured a CHAPTER VI I L Continued 4 The people of England were much r dlvhi dlnoIilnlcnas to the advisa wheatlconsercatS Great Britain being Inolred In the theflbaeral partisans and d thatlt was the only uphold the country uwuoastrat jlIngto America and would a her best ar ne same time as uIt t vVBuring Canada vt tho mother coun t try fnteudbz support her Incase of H 11p1ug her border line That P sun ruled tho ilQvel was I rffiilIf dpnbted for if the Amen In their possession means o so I iiy oyercdmlng a fleet as Im It is Japan had lost S t4the ass almost a certainty that shea li Olll1conquer any advernry sont iv iagalasi hf oa the aterIt was no a lcIr a iteatLonot1warfaro on land 4 oJt 1tfalI the trnsports In the Vorll oitl4i be pwenUz aalnst suchsub 1 marl Cstl nations now con uII ot ci 1b ted Statesmust J s ihlJ t 5 riderii irtrd I4ap Jl sid h n3tr cU atbey tg t nziftjthei 4t 1e ta9J lorn In any ibeforisl J ii5 On arrival a tliytwere a once to ctto with t the doalHlpa govtirnment In whatever tway eie4 advisable at that time and follow inch orders al might be I jfelv k from iiondon The clearance however unlike the p tailing oik that fleet from Japan was not accoaapaBled by nay gala demqnstra I Ion Jtiftui rather with dire ails Civings that the publlc witnessed tjils a t depitrturej1 whlchw tb a certain 7 extearBhared In by thoae aboard the yesaeiayiand It waa fully realized that the flower ot Englands navy might Tievor return from its voyage Into an unknown danger TJie opserrative press jenta funere p i al attitude to the occasion In its treat I Imeii of tbo sItuatIon one journal de a cirihs that Englaad Is sending to a jBagBlflcent martyrdom men who hall feetter have beearetaiadjit home for a JjheirowBtrya giwd Another paper harctenIzed ItISaipsels sacri ce IThlk became the general pubq k opinion within a few days as ro t 5p91ts from Canada continued gloomy I de4iowed noproepe t farm with I im the cIous T m1IMcJWls always an index b to the po lar view found their great eethlta la Apical songs which were C Ceerally of the tenor that the great 5 r dgforicHU and gorgeous British ter had willed away to do or diea irltk the accent on the die A genii f I rJ rot melancholy prevailed overall aglaad1an11 u the days went on aHd lair got beyond reach f a rt tHe wireless telegraph stations and I tar pat a desenied Can the sea t s tlaRHttue of acute expectancy a s rlt a4Ira1t was advised of the 7i f arrivarwIfioHBtincident of HlIHer and h aprie1 o tin tact that he had de- oliieCjtbi Baakef bit attempt to cross dedIle 1 Itiei Iath taw rWgo that a good and f leficliipt Hwi was ba the ground with t q 1 r wt achaBce for suajessi la bis6 fc 4 ooftJ 1 teat1le jstate pfi mind was Ii8 b afle4 ee J afternoonand Eng 1MLhrwtetoaf rorethatccarce1 i 4 4 I l ly ee M Iiaebeengreat lIadono J i of Ike 7 z1ou submarines tip J 0 lwrloIfIta shores and begun bm t riw tteiieareatcity It WM lktr 1194 t MiiMlwatkMt of disaster delivered ir aivaaeefot more terrible news 4i 1 i f JTbek bull ot a SoainAwerlcaa 1 1 11tpaker hove iBtb right beyond it amaetaed initltuted a rapid Inter i tj fthfttw riricaalt The mea 0111re r r Wi Adya ed1tke4at each y 1itl Wr Whvwnk dlsmaYanc1th n Ii k tkere bad beei a aalsun 4t sudfbtrI bAcrsatd t Irone atifirtWiJI8pHk beyond cavil f r itir fleet Bad met tRio same fata- MlfttMtt rhlch bad overtaken Japans Mwge le brief was that the Es- atz nHiV sMAd1 picked up in mid ocean ItJt firiB ef the Dreadnought The man 1 4 = Y 1 r t p t t It I irrI r t i 4 4 w 4 tr t a 4 1 1 IThe Man on the lookout Had Sighted an Object was almost dead from xpos ce and had not yet recovered sufflcleitly to give a coherent account of wtat had taken place No ship ever sailed into Sofithamp attentlj1voatotralnl exruniodlsts f rmers iwlthinj sidHve nhhr pedeStrlana rfrom swanned 16 SoiUhamii ostuniIhastened wit to meet the incoming steamer which carried the only living link bqtweea reality andtlie terrible unknown and long lines of constables strove to holdback the excited crowd the noise of whoso mutterlngs filled tho air with an ominous drone Between these ranks pf blu clal men there came four surgeons carry lug on a stretcher a wreck of hu inanity who laughed insanely aud rolled his head from side to side irho crowd Ulntban awed hush as the Utter passed to tile special train which was to convey this most Important witness to a hospital Next in public interest were tne officers and men of1 the Esperanta who feel Lag themselves In the limelight be camo each the center of great crowds to whom they recounted as best they could the story of how the roan was found The exact retails of this as given by the captain of the Esperanta to the ministers Of the cabinet who were summoned threw meager light upon the case The Esperanto had gone out of her Usual course1 following the Quit stream to the northward until warned by an American cruiser to take a more easterly tack She had done so thus bringing her into a Icps frequented path of travel At tenvoclock in tho morning five days previous to her reporting at Fastnet thb man on the lookout had sighted an pbject which drew his at tobeAge tossing1 on the swelL He had noti fled the captain who altered the ships course and bore down upon It only to learn that it wasa life raft on Tvhjch was a manSA boat was low ered and it was found that the inani mate form was that of a British sailor on whose cap which had been thrust beneath a cleat of the raft were the words HM S Dreadnought The mani evidently bad lashed himself se curely before his strength had tailed knowing how small were his chances for rescue and how certain his coin ing weakness When picked up by the Esperanta he was thought be dead but being taken aboard he showed some signs of life and after hours of iwork recovered sufficiently to give some slight hope of aurylyal rSo terrible had been his sufferings from privation that his mind seemed unhinged and ther had been unable to gather any informajtlon from him save that of some overwhelming dis aster He was now in the throes of bran fever iud talked only the speech of the delirious His fragmentary mumblings were 4 eyond all under standing his Tnind seemed to bo confused jumble of hallucinations In madetin his dreams There were strangely interwoven babblings of submarine boats cea serpents and unheard of monsters which harried the ship and sent her to her doom Pitiful exclamations of helplessness and fear 1ri terjections of overwhelming dread and brief snatches of prayer canto from his Ups throughoutVall the days J 7 r Ji 4 bw ri IY in which they had attended him The strangest part In all the incident of picking up tho castaway was that the captain ot the Eaperanta seep other survivors hadi cruised for hounl in the vicinity shut had found no other sign of wreckage or of hu manUy Ho had courser to the Ijorth ward UrAildn lt ppaaflilotbaV M trend ftbe wind had driven this lonp marlaer4 away irthn the scneof catastrophe but the ocean itself was a blank The crest of ho wave carried even a piece of flotsam nor was there anywhere a clew to the mystery The rocking of the foundations of tho world could have created no more suspens or terror than did the fear of this unknown agent of destruction which threatened the dawnfallof goy crnments and the eradication pf boundary lines England suffered the woes of the bereaved ln Ihe certainty that thousands of men who werefathers brothers husbands or friends had been annihilated by this terrible republic across the sea From every throat came a despairing cry for re taliation but England rich mighty and powcrffa felt herself without means of appeasing It IlwasweU enough to talk of revenge when the means were at hand but the country in the face of this dread enemy was helpless and so it was that tho bit terness ot defeat save way to thd hopelessness of terror when a calmer and more judicial spirit prevailed It was beginning to be comprehended to the full that not only Great Britain in all her strength but the combined forces of tho world would stand no chance of conducting even a defensive waj against the United Statesnow become a swOrdfish ravaging and do pppuJatlng theseas In tie meantime While nfl this con sternation prevailed and the heads of nations fearful and trembling speculated as to the outcome the sailor from the Dreadnought was being watched and cared for by the most distinguished savants and sp clallsts Fish Story Too Much Even for Hard coed Listeners Speaking about showers of fish said the solemnlooking nature faker from his seat on tho starchbox reminds me qf the time we were marooned on an Island in the blue Pacific For two hours there was a shower of fresh mackerel and strange to say they all dropped into a salt lake on the moun- taInside That brined them Whew tho old codgers chorused In unisonBut not the strangest part of the story Ten days later a cyclone came along picked up the brined mackerel and dropped them into a hot spring That boiled them and gen tlcmdn they were the finest boiled thoughtnboutoondlng but Tlirowas a sudden Interruption and six strong men took the nature faker p BY S Irof the old world There hovered ovei his bcdsiiio through every minute 01 the day men dispatched by every European power who were doing nil that science might suggest to bring this lone and stricken mariner back to sanity and let him give tongue to what ho Knew of this scourge of the waters Hourly bulletins of his condition were posted on street corners end round these stood men and women In suspense His least word was recorded nsof monumental Importance in the hope that from some cranny of his wrecked mind might como soin3 elucidating phrase however sll The most important thing tbr parcntly could bo relied upon w t whatever tho form of attack jen It was observed before tti W was struck This was shown repeatedly exclaiming i4itscoming Itll get us cant light back And s tho nations watched by the bedsideJOC a common sailor From camo long messages ot con dolence to her ally which were ro ceived In a spirit of fellow suffjrlng The iieculiarltles of the situation were m nowise lessened by reports from Canada where the troops still massed along the border maintained a friendly spirit committed no acts of encroachment showed no apprehen sion ot war and seemed as ignorant of thcjlr own governments plans 01 had dono as were tho Cana diane Ithemselved Indeed their mys tlftcat on over the dlsappQaranco ol the ose and British fleets was as cpi as that of the most humble fa the Canadian frontier Their 01 locked by the terrific news b to give statements to thee t their Instructions were tot ving offense as the United war InIInterviewIaposslble to reconcile annihlla on the sea and a cry for peace on was generally admitted In Eng V 4 at Canada was now In a help llspoSlt1hfnuif Wmplctely at the 1i 1 aju t1ippearIitchTwas uhdoup ly na cro at3ht reach ofvsupplle 4 andre citorc nljhts The fuUHty of any attemi 0 relieve or to aid hOn by c if IK more mepaijross tho Atlantic j jt v resolutely under the control ol If aerlcahs obvious ft begin J ear to tie British gOVtrnmenl rh e United States was deliberate ming to take the dominion of ra whenever she deemed the time opprtune That she couldnOw do ro- at per own convenience was unques Uo An exasperating condition was the attiudQ of tho Canadians themselves whop asfarlas appearances went were Indwr vosperous and thriving through threased1 demand for their sup quarteriv t V invariably paid Americana tually seemed as if an era of gOd feeling was being established nero bund ry The loss of then ltatened a rupture for a brief tim it the province npw con vine of the hopelessness of taking an e sIde either way showed an tact itlbn to stand aloof and remain absolutely neutral It was agreed between the officials of the domlniqn and those jot Great Britain that Cnada could o nothing but endeavor as best she might to remain passive pending furthoui developments This lack of partisanship proved anything but an assistance to Hllller In lila attempt to break through the cordon and it was this as much ai ahythl iso that hampiered him in his m JE CONTINUED H More Than They Stand fLLUSTATED A Could outside and ducked him in the horse trough 19 to Age Violins Whilf an In Philadelphia has been tr to Inventa varnish that will m it a new cheap violin sound like a StradivarIus a wellknown vlollhls maker of the Instruments has bek iQrkl 1galonga different line to s e tho same effect Hs Fiiys that age J nothing to do dlreeUi with teofa violin that the amotf bbwlng it receives is what malt tpne superior He makes use ot electrical machine which sends vibrations through the Instrti mont and ho claims that In 30 days as much bowing can be given the violin by this means as it would get in 50 years In the ordinary way Too True Shortly after marriage the average man acts as If ho had conferred a great favor on his Ire by leading her to the altitrChicago Daily News 1 jjoL i d Jf q MAKE YOUR OWN TRAIL Exercise Individuality Do Not Be Content to Follow At this time of year almost every body IB busy with plans for coning hal hoUdaYB whole holidays tad va cations Before making any decision Involving the spending of days off for months and probably years to come It la well to make sure what the probable Influence will be upon your character what it will do to bring out your individuality and broaden your philosophy of life It must bo remembered that recreation properly taken Is in no sense a mere amusement or means to pleasantly passing away idle time but on the contrary will exert a very considerable influence upon your success in life both in your busi ness and in your home Everything else being somewhere near equal that form of recreation offering the best outlet for your individuality which may bb bottled up tight during your working hours should be the right one to choose Go into something where you have a chanco for achievement where you can get a clear per specUve of life and feel that the cen sue of the universe would be h complete without counting you And go into It seriously with the determina tion to act your part your way You need follow no path but may branch off anywhere and blaze a trail of your own Crtalnly you will regret It If you become tho tall to somebody WJ1Iprotltnever stood up on your own heels and faced the world from your own partic ular point of view now is your chance this year Unleash your discontent join hands with Hope and take the road which seems the hardest You will not be long in learning the science of going light for the harder the trail the quicker one learns And In learn Ing you will come into possession of the trite spirit of recreation which Is but another phase of the sadly neg lected gospel of sport for sports sake Recreation Bumblepuppy Prophecy- At the first sign of dawn one day re ently a party of women clad in white gathered In Nyack N Y to wait for the end of the world Air J Lee Spangler had told them they would have no further use for their sheath gowns after that day They believed the prophet and went up to the come tery indeed sons to be near the main exitSpangler didnt come He left Nyack the day before and only the tender memories of him remain And when night came and the worn en found themselves back In their homes frying themselves pancakes gossiping and keeping babys bottle filled just as will be doiio for several years yet In all probability two things must have occurred to them that God doesnt employ a press agents and that Barnum l1dVap Nordens Magazine uII Created Havjln Street v t Was IThe 1Verr b r it BUdU itk VWAU yw Knocking down uie ian in charge made a aish at a cyjbllst The latter dismounted and sought refuge in a doorw ybftthe bull took revenge by attacking hIs bicycle which In his flight the rider had left in tho road Tho animal then ran to the canal side wheeIt fell into the water and was an exhausted condition Why They Dont Clap Ham you seen the near perfect woman Maude Odell she asked No You ought to see her ndlf you want to be really nmiised you ought to go and watch the men gazing at her wideeyed the men with their wives They are taking In all her erect points but they are afraid to applaud her on account of their wives That beautiful near perfect woman eaves the stage nearly every time without a handclap on account ot the wives Small Enough Tho visitor was trying to be genial and asked the small maiden at his side Shall I peel your pear for you dNonow All Meteors Shay exclaimed the citizen who had been sitting up with a friend gazing wonderingly at the heavens thlsh must be a great night fer stronomers Never saw sho many mete rs in myIIKansas City Times MARKET REPORTS i Cincinnati Feb 20 CATTLE Extra 5 60 5 S3 CALVESExtra 9 00 HOGS Choice 6 95 rp 7 0- 0SHEEPExtra 6 10 5 25 LAMBSSpring 7 75 FLOUR Spring pat 5 75 600 WHEAT No 2 red 1 22 j 1 23 CORNNo 2 mled65 6C KUYEHAY Ch timothy 13 00 013 50 WITTER Dairy ti 18 EGGSPer doz 34 APPLESChoice 400 5 00 POTATOES Per brl 2 65 2 75 TOBACCO Burley 10 50 19 25 CHICAGO 14fSCORNOATSNo2 mixed 50 PORK Prime mess 17 00 17 25- LARDPrime 950 NEW YORK FLOUR Win patent 5 25 5 65 WHEAT No 2 red 1 08 iOATSFORK Prime mess18 00 19 00 LARDSteam 9 85 995 BALTIMORE WHEAT No 2 red 119 CORNNo 2 mixed 69 Hji 6- 9OATSNo2 mixed 54 55J4 LOUISVILLE 13vCORNNo 645HAYHOGSExtra 645 LARD 925INUIANA1OUS CATTLE Prime 6 60 725 HOGSExtra 6 25 6 S5 SHEEP Extra 4 25 4 75 j t 5 4 J l I i 4 a S i ROUND ABOUT THE STATE o What Is GolDiE on In Different t Sections of Kentucky CAPITAL NOTES Pardons Asked For Applications for pardon of John L Powers exSecretary of State Charles Finley and ex Gov W S Taylor were made here by Caleb Powers and Dr E W Flnley These men are fugitives from justice for complicity in the mur der of Gov Goebel nine years ago Governor Names Delegates Gov WIllRon named as delegatea from Kentucky to the AlaskaYukon Pacific exposition at Seattle Wash Edward M Floxner of Louisville S M Saut loy of Frankfort W R Lyon of Horso Cave 3 R Lemon of hayfield and B B Ross of Shelbyville Business Men Adopt Resolutions Resolutions were unanimously adopt ed at a meeting of the Frankfort Business club urging Presidentelect Taft to Incorporate In his call for the spe cial session of congress competent leg islation by the passage of a liberal rivers and harbors bilL Depot Attached The depot and tracks of the L I Nr Railroad Co in this city between Ann and High streets on Broadway were levied on by Sheriff Hieatt to saUsfy a judgment of G000 in favor of Justice Crutcher Sheriff Hieatt says that unless the company tikes a supersedcas proceeding or pays the Judgment he will at once go down to the depot take possession of it sell the tickets and run the trains until the judgment Is satisfied The depot is used by the C O Railroad Co the Kentucky Highlands railroad the Frankfort Cincinnati railroad and the L N railroad belonging to the latter com pany Newspaper Men Dined by Governor Gov and Mrs Wlllson entertained the newspaper men and correspond enteor nowspapem with a dinner at tho mansion Those present were him Warren a niece of the governor W P Walton editor of be Kentucky State Journal AR Dunlap of the Frankfort News and CourierJournal W B Bidwell of the Louisville Her SIMLouisville Times James It Bowman of tho State Journal and Louavllle Post Adjt Gen Johnston Assistant Attorney General Lockett and Private Secretary McKlnzie Todd Awarded 5000 by Court of Appeals The appellate awarded J L Bruce of Danville judgment for 5000 for his services as administrator of the estate of the late Samuel Hardlng The estate was valued at about 475 000 and there were a numb helrj and cpnsiierabie ujgp ton 4 Jn Examination o tue u v lion of Franklin county was brdereji brIbe fiscal court If nppblntedT committee of five citizens of tbMcIty and county to employ an expert ac countant to tae books and report thereon Judge O Rear Gives Opinion Reversing the judgment of theLes lie county circuit court in the case of the commonwealth vs A Gatliff the court of appeals In an opinion wrlt tan by Judge ORear holds that an exact description of property must be given when it Is listed fOr taxation Forced To Suspend Payments State Treasurer E Fancy will be forced to suspend payments on gen eral warrants because of the lack of funds In the treasury The staten t er paying 395000 to the county school teachersand 70000 to the company which built the new capital will have a balance of but 41500 Insurance License Revoked Insurance Commissioner Bell received a telegram from the insurance commissioner of Pennsylvania statin that the Guardian JFire Insurance Co of Pttsburg had gone into the hands oa receiver Bell at once revoked tho license of the company Circuit Court Decision Reversed The appellate court handed down three opinions reversing the judgments of the Campbell circuit court in which Benero and George Ehrllch were fined 500 each in each case for conducting a poolroom A new trial is ordered on the ground that the lower court erred Campbell Circuit Court Reversed Appellate court reversed Campbell circuit court In a ease of the L N Railroad Co against Eleana Hurst with instructions to award a new trial On the first trial the appellee secured judgment for 1590 for injuries sus tamed Probe Invited By Prison Commission Anticipating the action of Gov Will son in calling for a complete examina lion of the penitentiaries and reform school qf this state the board of pris on commission asked for a thorough examination of the institutions The court of appeals by Judge Hob ion reversed tho Campbell circuit court in the case of W L Glazier against the city of Newport holding that the ordinance Increasing the number of members of the board of alder men to eight la not valid Burkssville KyJ C Carter was declared by the Monroe county com mittee to be the republican candidate for circuit judge The primary was called off as G M Miller his oppo nent refused to enter declaring that tho committee was biased Louisville KyA meeting of the Union Tobacco Society will be held here to consider the pledge to besub mitted toithe growers with reference to the pooling of the 1900 crop It Is probable that the loose leaf muddle in the dark section will be considered t C if L Lexington KyThe fouryearold saddle mare Queen Denmark a prizo winner at the Kentucky fair last year was sold by ac Nunnelly to EIMettler of Lancaster 0 for 860 Louisville Ky Senatorelect Brai ley loft hero for Washington where en March 4 he will be sworn In as tho A junior United States senator from Kentucky to succeed James B Mc rCreary t1 Lexington Ky Creed Mcglone BOil i f rJof the late Samuel Meglone wan riotl fled of his appointment subject to ex t 1 iJi amlnatlon to West Point His aUIt ITJ f Lexington Kyr President William i t JGodell Frost of Bcrea college says be irhas 25000 of the 50000 tl be raised i yi in Kentucky toward the et titahnent Bof the proposed Lincoln In it J gro industrial school StiLexington KyThe light harness division of the Kentucky Sales Cos winter horsr auctinwas a success During the f ays 332trottingbred horses w j1foran aggregate ot 10295i av rage of 310 per bead A Lr 1Ky An appeal l was mad ii l to I1ataGrand Lodge from the DtnV main of lexlco to permit the a1Jci tv tntlon ii Kentucky of funq rOt the establishment of a tubercr a saul tarlum for Pythlans in Ner Vskb Louisville Ky Judge Walter 14 ans in federal court ordered tho lral Homo Telephone Co to remove ivj ftwires from the poles of the Kentucky iJ Sad Indiana Co as soon aa poaslbivvr l crtheGeorgetown KyVm H Pbrwocdi V 19 won his case the second time t against the Georgetown Power Co t Tho appellate court declared tile von diet of 4500aa e3tesslv and the 1 jury this time awarded Forwodil 3000 i t A for damages to his hand r t 1 s t 4 rHopkinsyllle Ky Tr Frat te f Jo Rives and qounty All o nDuffX formally ithdrew fro cetr It the denu ie homlnatii TCuttf 0 judge Jvv Tanbery ap r1 Lnt cat atton announcedi T I dldato fort 1mmatlon A g i r z It 1 ill J Newport g ptcyflscnl c n etrj fIflxi 21tJ 4 f tjh ot rlire ik i fMC Young Jj t 1tfdaughterScharge fhtJhusband ni Logan ToniDip n LondonKyLondoaDit r Jdegrees in SamHKaot Co C c Williams and TDilMullnso bryNicholson of Corbin and Georgc jQ tDlQckLouisville KyHenry Ftmbny 4f vice president of the Stock Tards bank and one of the bestknown ilve I stock dealers In the south died at hia iir homo here He is survived byliv tsons two daughters and a b other FuHonjEmbry of the Clhcinhatriarni of Green S Embry a l iLouisville wot coin J i ti ralttees of the Association of Ameriecan Railway Ao opntlng Offlcers representing the most important jroadao f the United States Canada and MWr i fleo are m session here Their Teport j will be submlttedrat the annkal iiit fXIng of the association at Cincinnati v l next April J imrlptijRichmond KyThe board or rttivgents of Eastern Kentucky Stale NCI 1mal school awarded FAo Clegg tCo i of Louisville Ky tIle contxictfOvti fifpower house egulpmel J rre jdistributing system aiiii ht ratus for the new normal Bcitw 1 It fts irborhoedofl32oo0 t 4Ingt reILouisville KyBy a unanimdna rls Ing vote the delegates to tho AntlSay tasrembled t urging that Gov Willson call an ex tortra session of the legislature to rit t the county unit bill tILexington Ky Daviu F nl s y zee 63 president of the I lOenixjiajr li tional bank and of the s r tees of State university member of 1 board of education and xone ot Lexlng i tons bestknown citizens died hcjs from Intestinal troubles 1 tb Louisville KyTlie nU SaloOn ftdorsenessee legislature for passing state wide prohibition and censuring Gor iJr JIUbe r Lexington Ky The Kentucky Dairy Cattle club and the Kentucky ttStatipresent 0wif t 1 4 t t t iI f ilJ oit 4 f 4f OWiNGSVILLE OUTLOOK PUBLISHED VEEKLYit OWINGSVILLE KY Entered according to Act of At matter OwingsvillcKy j THE OUTLOOKS subscription j rates arc as follows One year One Dollar j Six months Sixty Cents 1 Three months Thirtyfive Cents I T i No commissions allowed any if subscriptionsTTNrI a change a of address should give previous address when writingbget their items to us not later than Monday if possible when out of stationery mention it on a 4 separate slip of paper 1 News matter of general inter qH is welcomed bring it to iith without delay if you wish it in 1I sorted 1 i Advertisers wishing a change shoulivkt t 0 If publication day 1 Address all cortmiunications to 1 HONAKEI Owingsville fL Ky h THURSDAY FEB 25 1009 NoI i OH wha r a difference therell S s be on the morning of March 5 for 1STV THE SjeelTrust finally conclud t 1 cd cut prices in order to induce 4 h buying It had to come to it frsUn orjater- u THERE ia a pronounced reluct I t 1 anceOn the part of the grower I 7 rofBurley tobacco to again enter I t the pool without the movement it to do so is practically unanimous k Tim es Tennesseei1atureiiassS them and the legislature passes them over the vetoes Patterson forhisI WILLIAM JiGsBaAN isY f Y lacking in a sense of humor He Jvv isf quoted as somewhat 4 an interviewer that if Of ie people wanted him to run jnJie vQuld consider it his to so I ISv PRESIDENTEiECTj Tr was t4bVu z t V but he will enough io1do f mt 1 f t the Jssee IS i 1 1lnof nSf q author f h 1 Senate at view Wrld thid Ir Airenderindicl OS FederaN Court atj 2IflWfl On the charge o 4 1rc inal libel in connectiUn with S icajiohs in regard tb Panam Ijtnatteris It makes a new i tprthre in governmental f dangerouI a an tadministration adversely J zi TmmObspiritwas raging in two cities Sunday AtT 0inaha Neba Greek killed a policeman and a mob of thous deathbyill Greeks and their property Much damage was done anda4 of personswere wounded I assaultby4 rtrteda mob after negro sus jectsJ but the police finally quell ifr I 4THEresult of the reckless ex 3FcwO ofthe sI1 Uqa There js the im 1 f butmnext fall when the sheriffs begin iti1oollectand ay in the taxes InconsequenceTreasurer Farley Dfipended temn r rilysTAETtfIfj Cabinet is lacking on ly l1 the Secretary ofthTreamry The knowing nesJPve as- f follows ft i Secretary pf the StatePhilan der C Knox of Pennsylvania 0 oft Attorney GeneraIGeorge W YorkCDick J eMOhj of Tennessee fCOmmerceandLarLI tt Secretary of theNavyGcor f MassachuseUt B A Ballehger of Washington J Postmaster General lnkAuTithhwck ofassAchusetts- ecretarytlJy ll of AgricultureJ c of Iowa if + lio 1e general public know on I V t 1 iox and WilsonIr I f ft 4 i To insure safety do your sni1 t rt king on the fircecape Itt iI 1 it2Zit 4 fr1 v J xn joJ i It or rt 1 f t501 iIy MI OoJI 1 at f d1 + f 1 l t I oJ t lftIt of1o Iv p 7 i i 7 I r+ t Tw T CORRESPONDENCE Correspondents MUST get their po Letplease remember that visits be tween neipWrnrs are not news Bald Eagle Mr Lawson moved into his new house this week J C King moved to the house vacated by Lawson Rutliffsweek neighborhoodhay Santa Claus will be up against Sharpsburg I JustllhiJ1waSl1 Odessa Snow rain and mud constituted e weather for the past week with wind frost and sunshine WilsoniMrs J B Lindsey went Friday tl Reynoldsville to see her broth i 1hlaw J T Power who had a leg broken by a fall from a scaf fold at his home Mrs Millie A Gudgell and her daughter Miss Martha are visit in el tudingBourbon countyaG Snelling and George Trum 0 have been poorly since the a wblecold However the trip didnt agree with them Aunt Mary Anderson has been quite poorly for the past ten days Frank McNab and wife visited the latters mother Here Sunday MrsLweek Crooks Misses Emma and Bertha Cos tigan of Howards Mill visited their sister Mrs Will Clark this week Mrs Ed Toy of Bourbon Co is visiting relatives here miltJOIned yOwingsule about getting the school at the alley Chester Ginter wife and little JElAc r B nto R c- eb 16t er roofoaIl Tuesday Wilson Hendrix shipped one of same Robert Overbey is moving back to Olympia Will and Simps Blevens and reliJ D Turley wife and daugh ter visited relatives in IMt Ster lingarid Stepstone last week Sharpsbur Howard Thompson and family moved to the Presbyterian parsonage the fit of the week Mrs J R Bascom and Mrs Mollie Slack left Tuesday for a fewweeks visit in Florida Mrs Wm Barker is some better Mrs Emma Clark returned re entIyfromAmarillo Tex where herself and children had been spending the winter visiting BairdQfCarlisle Crown Hill Cemetery Wednes day The funeral cortege of Mrs Lee Vanarsdale who died in Oklaho ma passed through here Saturday en route to Longview Ceme tery Sharpsburg Graded School gave hallFridayand well attended frothei attractingThomas L Cooksey of Indian PushingAsideevening March 3 for the benefit nChurchOlvmola Elder Martin of Farmers de sermonshereSunday night Wallace Jackson of Montgom lissisRussell Nbrthcutt and wife of L E Junction are the guests Qf his grandfather Dr Clark Mrs Sarah Smith who spent daughterMis back home 55u tf r j iist FtIiI iJEI r l 1I7t r fl Clyde Young has gone back to work in Tennessee Miss Clcmma Jackson of Salt ick is the guest of her grand other Mrs Martha Shultz nalonficelyr liJasito ing his father Jeff Hovermale Spencer Station 1Misses Lizzie and May Swarts were in Owingsville Saturday ITo Williams of Preston was in town Sunday IUncle Bob Overbey has moved back from Preston Glad to see you back Uncle Geo Hart of Missouri is hereon a visit for the first times in 2 years to see his brother Tom wasInight Quite a number of boys from Preston were here Sunday YalooLexingtonto awayjAlvin Igo left Thursday for Georgia where he will make his ome Ed Donohew trying to board a at a point between Yale and Blackwater missed his footing nd fell from a trestle 20 feet to the ground dislocating a knee Born to Keynote Stamper and ife a big boy Wm Ham Bought a milk cow of Sam Alfrey for 35 Wm Crostwait bought a two yearold mule of Dick Carter 100 forlj They are expecting to part of the heading factory the 1st of March Jack Utterback James Cock ram and Alvin Igo have resign ed their positions on the L R R R last weekI f Roscoe son of Charles Adams is very ill visitingForge Hill Frank Hunt moved last Sat ColliMooresOtis thherspent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mrs George Barna by below Wyoming f t uMis 11 7 t1 tie Whittington spent last Friday Owingsville menttMrs John Barber of Wyom SWright and11Sunday efdie near Grange City who is very ill with pneumoniatAbe Hunt whose health gave way several months ago remains very poorly Butler Toy will move his family the first of the week from his farm on Skillet Fork of Slate the Lewis place near lower Slat bridge His son Robert will oc cupy his house Stoops Indications are that a large crop oats will be sown this spring Jim Groves remains ina serious condition Jack Goodpaster left Wednesday for Illinois where he will work this season The person who falls from grace usually hasnt far to fall LexingtonClainA rally will be held yAntised Grass is looking fine in this sectionAs rule a fellow has a good uponhimselfHarrison Crouch and family visited relatives at Poplar Plains lastweekBigstaff Sc Cockrell bought of Thomas Roberson thirtyfive head of cattle at 5c per Ib anditwen tythree head 6f hogs at 5Jc per poundRictardMallory who recently returned from Muncie Ill is very ill at the home of his fath erinlaw R R Warner at4Mt Sterling Sundaythison Monday fromJlis l f l r Several sugar camps are open and a sweet old time is prom ised by and byof toIv to herenoJ II attended thwhorse sale at Lexington last week e bought Harrison Highland for 605It store Friday night It is not gotTheyi horse was stole Irom i Henry Orme and up to Saturday night no trace of it had been louMBethel cMissescio f Spencer visited rclM s here IWweekInati last week W IL Peters Sr attended the horse sale Thursday at Flemings burg farmerlofmeat last Wednesdayn ht JrsdayforMrs J R Peters v d her parents in Nicholas comity last week T S Robertson attended the horse sales at Lexington the past week sonIFJames Corbin sold a jack for 600 mTrelatives near Flemingsburg last Thursday M T Botts and wife oM1 ereSaturdayMrs Richard Arrasmith land daughter of Ewing are visiting relatives hererJ C Gillaspie of Little Rock was here several days the past week buying stock T S Robertson bought a horse of J D Burns for 135 and sold one to Thomas Lloyd for 150 J S Vice and wife visited Mr and Mrs Granville Irvine at Moorefield Sunday v UpperPrcktAsh- JohnIanleys baby has been very poorly with pneumonia for s but is a little better Putnam Burns is on the sick lit at the home of his sister MC MarthaMalrj c boughElder J E Wjlhoit of near Olympia visited Alfred Carter and wife Saturday night and preached at Sees schoolhou e nday1 Miller and Howard Carter vis i their aunt Mrs Tursjiij p basterS JMrsit d John Manley and wife several a s last week 4 Fletcher Donaldson and daugh er Miss Leah Ray of near t s tonBob Jones and wife visited relatives on White Oak Saturday night and Sunday wifevisitnon Roes Run Saturday night and Sunday Thisvicinity was overshadowed by a cloud of sorrow when the death angel entered and took from the midst of us on Feforua ry 15 Elder R TD Zimmeiman He had been a resident of this tthreea few visits to Western States fnsome months at d time In ti e past few years he spent a good deal of the summer months on Licking river fishing Bro Zimmerman had long been a minister of the Gospel tnd for a number of years preached every first Sunday at Harpers schoolhouse always to a large audience He was a gopd man and had a remarkable memory While he had no college education he knew the Bible almost by heart He devoted allof his time to studying the word of God Elder Zimmerman did a great work throughout this country He had baptized about two thou sand people and had married couplesHisseveral months Had he lived till the 25th of this month he would have been 80 years bid Funeral services were conduct d ledwho loved him and Whom he loved indulge the sweet hope that after a life well with its every duty well performed the soul of this good maIi has at last found eternal rest amid the scenes of its creation and in the pres ence of the God i If your wife likes funerals en joy them with her ttrr1Yr f cr l t l Stepstone girlSpencerFrank Brovjn Misses Lizzie and Stella Con SundayithMrs Faris McCarty children and Mrs George Turley spent Sunday with Mrs J D Alexander IElder Cassity preached at Cor Sunday morning and night Iinth B Henry and wife left Sat to spend a few days with relatives at Olympia Mrs Mary Sexton went home onday after a fewdays visit with the family of J E Carmi had iivloores Ferry IThu weather of the past week like spring Grant Triplett has returned to his home here IL 0 Vanlandingham moved to a farm west of Owingsville iJames St ton and Mrs Effie Spurlock were married Thursday at Mrs Tilda Razors SterhngInear schoolhouse Baker also rented o f torcleanup the land A threeyearold girl of Mr and Mrs Charles Atchison is very ill The flesh about her gums has de cayed and the doctors dontknow what her disease is John Myers of Salt Lick has oved to the farm of his father 0 Vanlandingham Wm Flood will go back to Illinois to work this year Girls do not cry for Willie will return by and by REAL GOOD FORTUNE There was a shivering sound of break ng glass heard in the dining Oh gracious James Haw you gobletYes really onlylyou intf fortunate do you Yes madam cant im agine what bother it is to pick them up when they break into a hundred pieces POOR NIGSA colored preach er inG occasion ibyhad tItime said de narrator dat I was in Ole Satans dominions I tell you pahson data wafshore a ad dream Was da dny white men dar a aShoreem he hastened to assure his minister t wberyanswer was a holdin a nigger etween him and the fire Har pers Bazar 2 HE ALMOST REMEMBERED IT r Donald had returned from a visit to the country and was full of reminiscences of persons and things that had interested him I met a boy mamma that had he queerest name I ever heardnsaid his folks found it wasIit was one or the other But Donald said his mothter there is no such Father William orWilliam Father in the Old Testament Are you sure mamma I certainly am dear I have read it through several times William is a comparatively modern name It isnt anywhere in he Bible- sWell butoh I remember i 1owDonald IN LOVEA dashing young man whd was dead ih love wrote his litle bunch of sweetness a let ter as follows Dearest my love for you is stronger than coffee or the kick of a cow When I think of youI my heart flops up and down like my mothers churn dasher and visions of doubt creep over my soul until I feel like an old cheese board made full of holes by skippers Sensations exquisite joy go through jnelike young goats over a stable roof I feel as thougi I could lift myself with my boot straps to the height of church goslingswimmethin a sea delightfulness when you l yikeand my eyes stand open like eel OX doors in a country town If my love is not reciprocated I willI pine away like a poisoned bed bug and you will catch cold over my grave bKeepstrange hair often tells a strang 1 ertaleNever let your wife see you shaving yourself ideals and lather dontmix f lj icr fl1J t J w r 0 r i r 1 1 L Job Printing i printingWecan have it clone elsewhere quantity and quality c ntsidered v Run over this list and see if there isnt something in it you need 1 Letterheads Noteheads Envelopes Bill heads StatementsPamphlets Blank Forms of all kinds V jiF jandcoverifVy l 11Wedeeds mortgages and oil leases Address THE Q UTLOOK- OWINGSVILLE KY SUEERSTITIOUS HATSA cap am on an ocean liner tells the following story countrytcomplained that she was sure that there was a ratxin her state room Keep it there madam said the vBut l she Ive got a nest in my cabin retorted the brusque sea captain and I never disturb them When they lease the ship I dosti pousNo cImREACTiONlN TExAsTexas is looking up The Legislature has w r tidea straw There are other evi dences fa renaissance of conservatism of the rebell io tnfeeling that there has been too much regulation of the individ ual dovn there and that what is- neede4is fewer laws and better ones the n good oldfashioned principlesl the adherent of hat the people whoare best gov are least gdecred is moved to a remark flight soundiio the listening iome thinglike Hurrah fcascuriagainesz f They are doing an in- eestihg thing in Texas runs the article on the back swing of the pendulum A movement as started some time ago by a t yheis carried forward with volume and earnestness by correspond bythenewspapers jon we are told when Texan bus totalkthat the excessive restriction am iegulation of the last decade have gone so far as to pro voke revolt that along with this agitation a real reform in the ad ministration of the State is going e o hdpoliticiansgoes up Give us fewer and better laws Qne of the statutes that is un hatknownwhich has been in force for thirteen years and which has resulted in making it practically impos tobuildwithout some help from outside corporationssince the law make it necessary first to build the road bonditaThere is a strong wave of publilopinion against it The realize the need ofmore railroads They comprehend the sensitive ness of capital They are devel andbecop1eagging they will continue to lag if the magic of capital is not allowed to work in its subtle way It seems onlytquestion of time then stock and bond law will be reIIpealed Texas having benone of the most responsive of States to the anti corporation agitation of late ears gives the rest of the coun a salutary object lesson in thus turning against the old folly The reaction thus illustrated is ot surprising Experience which H orlaterthat rabidness is very unprofita islearning r earnCourierJournalic If your wife thinks she can youthink l 4 7 7 L J Receipts r tiLabels Invitations I f CardsI c Posters Dodger I ROSE TO ITMrJustintro itcedWho is that awful home ly man over there in the corner Mrs Hobson Mrs Hobson ThatisMr Rob Jas onIMr JOh how true its that t tmarryhe IWlIOLLOPED HIM FOR ITAteacher after havitrga niedical examination in room recently wrote the following note to the p boyYour youleasecorrect it To which shere sayingICharles has been but I have whdlloped hint tonight and you can whollop him tomorow and hat ought to help Some Pt r ibustter servi 1gUncleSap1fo some bec m cedlD weight owing to exposure and scanty rations he was so weak he could hVirdly stand Con sequentlYltegotleavetogo homefand recuperate He arrived at his home station looking very much fa wreck Just asJ1e stepped off the train one 6f his acquaintances rushed up to him and said A Wel1 f PatIm rih1tto see youre back from the front Begorra r knew tW get ting thin but X nivfcr thoughtJ I you could see that tJPat I t THE PATIENTS STBATEGEM Yiau must drink hotwater ivith our whisky said the doctor otherwise you mustnt drink it- ta all 1 But how shall I the hot water the patient queriedina plaintive tone My wife wont let me have it for the whisky toddy Tell her you want to shave said the doctor and took his departure The next day the doctor called patlentwasHesgone raving mad said is wife he shaves every ten MARREDBEFORETHEYe4ULD OBJECT Peter Schulz and Lola marriedSaturdaybefore a d nighttgether to get the license standingbyto join hands In less than a minute they were married He asked them no questions All he said was I pronounce you man and wife 5 please Hey stop yelled the bridegroom We dont want to be g0ingand theres going to be a supper and big doings The county is invited Too 1atirelied the Magls trate thought you wanted knot tied Five please The bridegroom paid The anyhowhehe church business Fairfield Ill Dispatch to Nl Y World THE MUTUAL BENEFIT Life Insurance Co Newark N J- FREDERIWRBLINGHIITSEN Pmf THE LEADING ANNUAL DIV IDEND COMPANY ust1uriugtlIeIM8L SIXtytllree years raid to PoIICH ldlra SSJQ47GSKOO Assets Jan It 1008 1HOOC7B8 66 Surplus 460548908 No Company has ever accom ushed better results for its Pot- yholders JW ELGIN Gen Agent 207 Court Street Maysville Kyi 0 B BROTHER Agent OwIngsvii1eKyI i I c j t i 1if tt i