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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 10 4 I fi I r ll1I1OtItI t r ill t J F 1kr i J t l w J t i I 1 t r4 l t r d tt i I dWx i it f y I 4 1 JiI r t ingiLt nlloak fJi ift = = = = c =VOL XXXt OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 18 1909 NO 36 TO 50BSCRIBERS t The 3ev postal rul ing was enforced April- i Subscribers w h o THEOUTLOOKrb r them slid watchi their ivess labels t and hat the date tisahudof thi date of therichapaper is paid 1ris indicated thusIf f meaning g the subscription is fri41 fS Subscribe for TIlE OUTLOOK I Bring your job woric to THE JS OUTLOOK Office V For Sale Fresh milkcow r THOMAS WELLS Several peoplen town aresiif fering vaccin nation 1 r rJ Dawson Tar sold six 2year old ihub rvSterling Mon Zor vji Ihcttiost complete line oigar dCfl seeds in weever saw at U Brothers o1T3ath1 bidders last week i iVi t sweetTcan see 1 4nbulk at H B Brothers fe buyypurFieldfenQe barb Med and smoothwire go to S M 3iI C YYomingKy TSeebur list Qf disc and pegV t6otWhrrows ELL A T iil26 pe rn f I i4lSaEstiv 4tiRS S4JM HU y S4 yIU iI o1Y Want a riki i pr1 SH Go Jo 353t GooDAsTR Co iM Ii11 i E L A P Byrouareoleiiagents for genuin 1 pWws points and repairs 326 j rw f youare in needof ni- ci2K a drugget we have what ou want Pa5t GOODPAsTEnCo 4S For Sale No 1 baled tim t1Y1 naYinH3rooks KyS t Jj 1HAMPTON YCfnCdbS wsruitatour Lces fL 35St 1 R Co wtfiis time of the l vyeat nfaLxfolksvfearful ofaaroiitk in the summer t See our reac1ymadeundeiweaPJ bpfcreyou 36rSt GOODPASTER COfrct Jt list Thursday vasa pretty fili daV but improved only a weath ySrain i A TOuYyourseea oats clover Cgotot Itngi Y If injid of the newest styleI1 iitIieJ M shoe or oxfords i Iyou willifind thehiat Goodpaster p0 gr Ii t 353t ftLf Hom ed and Glofe fertilizers Isa yc E LAT BYRON 5S2tsSt r- r a rCo hive adth A tneir v- J t highgrade branchesFroadytow wire vil1e men 17 n i g Co Your trade is so FLOODhI v ATTENTION HHaveyour paint i tf ingand paperingdoneby JOBD SHEEHAN 344t Owingsvijle Ky ijf rs1ThIS LINEOtl Ide al- V ic n cast angeEconomist st uel- 4I i7 Tiinge Pine GrovCJ and ISuntise s t cMt cobkstom1 have no equals v E LA T BYRON 32G SS I11 preachifiiBiXiHeyXSees arid on Suiifdat t14fSj iiwi1I preaci t c 111 p n 1 4I rC 9 f t t I t 4 t IPERSONAL Mrs D S Estill went to Cincinnati Tuesday afternoonSMrs Alex Conner was taken afternoonI T townIinllsborafor Miss 0 L Power A Howard Moffett and wife and Miss Nannie Saundersof Sharps burg visited A N Crooks and wife last week Elder G W Mills family ar MadisonI i Norman Atchison came Friday Lexingtonottle Atchison on lower Slate Creek Louisvillelastgiven by the Louisville Traveling Mens Association to who trade in Louisville Mr Maxey returned home Friday M thetcalfeof smallpox hereofEarl Ratliff bought the box ball alleys of E H Kenner and moved them to Farmers brMrshe Sundayschool class with a so and luncheon night Maih1Oda Stheplease know that their subscrip tion heeds looking afterA The Mountaineet says Rowan counfy farmers are preparing to make the experiment of raisins tobacco tht year of leaders Mitchell and Studebaker wagons all sizes ev nejj R ofecedpotatOes1 bushel at m home B ceeth1963t ftenryScott Sr celebrated his hty riirrth birthday anfliversa ry Thursday Mach Uand was kindly remembered by nqmerpus friends 20x40ft AhitKy tfa ifiFROSTC came fr rozeto Ita thbloom1REMOVALS Thomas Stone has oved from Slate Avenue to rickly Ash Mrs Martha Allen Mrs Annie Covle moved ont Coyle street to the house vacated by StoneetiMORTALITY tiiedaughteICoraf j Tll i1 Jl b isabyabout 5 monthsoldw fPCollowingmiss it by buying a Mitchell or Studebaker wagon Oliver Chute plow BallMitchell hillside plow Deering disc harrow American Field sELATBYnol f326 i DAMAGE SUIT Robert Y a r brough has brought suit in the B yette Circuit Court for 25000 damages against the Rose Run Iron Co Yarbrough while work ingfor the company in its mines in the eastern part of this coun ntys6me8weeksaj4d was injured y a so that both eyes were destroyed and he was otherwise injured V PUBLIC SLEThedence of the late B H resin the eastern suburbs of Owing ville will be sold hy the Master Commissioner at the Courthouse door County Court day April 12 The l contains 3 and 65100 acres of land The house is two stories with two rooms upstairs a front hall and 4 rooms d o w n stairs It has a front and rear porch It is a well built house and is just outside the town limits at the forks of the Wyoming and pl Intyres Ferry turnpikes For f foliation call on or addr- John ss rt i r i 111 fIht4i t i 44 tvt B k i 4tJ I A HIGHCLASS PERFORMER James Francis ODonnell had HighSchool representationpl H hoisenjoyedThat en tertainments given by the man building fortunately the cost was so great that the guarantors lost about lone hundred dollars on the series W Wordtives that Whaley Coyleof Cleve land 0 formerly of this town is totally paralyzed and uncon scious and that his death is ex P ected He had never recovered from an illness last fall a year ago but had been going aroundIuntil he was confined to six w talorseable to work for five or six earsJ COURT OF APPEALS REVERSED CASE The Administrator of the estate of Leonard Barnes gained a damage suit for 10000 against e C 0 Railway Co in the enton Circuit Court on account t J Al ti lonCourt of Appeals reversed thecase last week Leonard was a other of Ed L Barnes of this wnbehiGreenlis Spring and Miss Carrie G iqShroutlicensed to wed Monday ab soutGudgell formerly of Bourbon vi co Reynoldsleri suedA MEANMAN A Georgia par i1I4 tTicSant to weak ss thfeotaer day blev in 25 at a pllinery store for a returqinghome remote that he went out to t hchabarn and did the hangman from one of the crossbeams TheI hired man happened along jusiS b sc tschearentlyt the end of the month howev apprecitioned it by regretting the latters 9Iropepricethereofr t t t i i t tmeanestbestos gatesi a a itpoorj toraons and other such important atters that she hasnt pemehis little boy was entertaining a casual caller while his mother ofhinglittle boy whose own toilet I as fWhatJ mYessort of word Its in a book I read tanabbreviationstandSforet cetera tPmEtcetera explained the call er means well it means and soon The little boy was thoughtfulI for a moment I wish my mamma could find time to et cetera the buttons on my pants l And taking in his dishevelEfappearance the ed Amen- tsALoGiCAL DEFINITION Ligh were out and an animated discus sion on various occurrences of the day had given place to wearied silence Suddenly the smaller of two very small1oys opened new channel of thought with an ab rupt question Maurice he asked in a whis per intended tb deceive parental ears is a man who has two wives called a pygmy No you crazy loon hes call ed a foygamist muttered theyoutnful sage between stifled yawns vWell I think he ought to be ca1 fuhogamist No rnan has LlO two wives Mil he I v L i f rI If fi1f- r f jf iOJJftTp Jfi it 5 THE SMITHS JOHN SMITH ryIgcst aristocracy it is not the name of any hero in dieaway novels and yet it i a n ofnestages it seems to climb the ladder of respectability Thus in Lat in it is Johannes Smithus theItalian smooths it off into Giovan ni Smithi the Spaniards render it Juan Smithus the Dutchman adopts it as Hans Schmidt theFrench flatten it out into Jean Smeet and the Russian sneezes SmittowskiWhen tea trade in Canton he becomes Jovan Shimmit if he clambers about Mount Hecla the Iceland ers say he is JahneSmithson if Tuscarorashe vanIamong the Welsh mountains they k Jihon Schmidd when he chesofc1assieturnhelingers turns Ion Smikton and in Tur key he is utterly disguised as Yoe Seef Phrenological Journal DEACONDeacon 0- ittle I Massachusetts village Isawhose outward piety was of th vociferous order but whose char- tity toward his fellowmen was fbi ofens brother deacon impressed th the custom of issuing bulle Fin from the sick rooms of promI foHowthesuit 6 p mDeacon Jones is in condition 1 p m Deacon Jones has rallied slightly 9 p nvrDeacon Jones ha ffered a relapse de jupaitedfThusf1i I dnsread at fntd iti m the morin i motalt ho Qflaaythe laterre4fHeaven 7iL mGreat here Beacon Jv s s not arrived TheWom n- ome Companion CALLED BACIC =The I dyofJ e honse was very ill and the od old doctor shook his gray ad doubtfully We must rouse her in some w JThenhad an inspiration He ran to the phone Fifteen Forentered bearing an immense pa per box The hgs and bent over e sick woman Jane he murmured Madame Merrywid has just sent over new fur hat from Paris Isnt chic Whereupon Jane sat up and notice and the good old doc r chuckled with delight The crisis is pasti he whh- redClevOland Plain DealerS No OBjEcTI0NHehad held one of the fattest jobs in the gift the local political boss and hen died there was an unseenwscramble for his rst man to teach the boss haLt o particular claim luponvhim erely placed his faith in t he of the early worm Guvnor H said he do you obJectionslace L4i objections None in the world if the u n1 dertakers and Coroner are willing COUPIeing dinner together one summer afternoon in a little manse in the Highlands It was the Sabbath ay and the weather was beauti ul and the bubbling strean were full of trout and the wooi were full of summer birds One turned to the otherand said Mon dont often feel tempted on these beautifulSun- days to go fishing uNa na said the other I never feel temptedjIjustgang WASNT PLAYING Atan even plLyingthe room makes upafac e and the one who makes up the worspface is awarded a prize p their best and then tho ii lle went up to one of the wo l nlhaveingn I t r NEIGHBORLY ATTENTIONSI Harkins had nev hardly rushi his neighbors already oh the sceneOh say Harkins cried ex citedly will you run over to the co firealarmhVery an m legdThe other neighbpr pressed for ward I say said Harkins turning t ti Engthe next blocl and hotter firie Im suffering from laryngitis and cannot holler said the other ne whisperThere to spare but Harkins found time to tu TSupposethe house and bring out easy enjoySCIENCE OUTCLASSED Feli cia I love you with my whole he LRodneyJ FafectionWtingpa nsions and contractions a min ute to have time to experience emotions even if it were capable GRodneyswas to clasp her fondly to his bos om What could she say byrejoinder when she couli s ti nctly feel his heart throl ng at the ratexf nirtetysix thr I J a minute Science was notreExdr ire For ENPECKED HUSB d TrI are afraid to go home clu rr tossafety in absence ultivate an eye for color but ok at it through your wifes es C mR breakfast s your av- astimeifyourwdri r is doesnt aioTiiuai an write a sbil1g etter r K l1L S ALQ BRAND NEW rlei To1J CGmTHlllSDlantn y AT A BARGAIN Lr f Ml be scarce andhi this year y 1 grower that wants his crop stx Joff right and in time ne Bemis Call on or ad ress L T POTTS Carlisle Ky 362t Illh1 ann Ornamontal Tr8Bs 1 Everything for Or chard Lawn und Garden- Write For Free Catalogues H F HI LLEN MEYER SONS Lexington Ky Livery Stable I meet all train at Preston ith good vehicles Priceifvto meet competition Phone 109 JESSE B PARKS Preston SHINGLESJ FORSMESO- O000 NO1 18inchvS wed Oak Shingles 450000 No 1 18inch Sawed Chestnut Shingles 350000 No 2 ISinch Sawed Chestnut Shingles 150000 Poplar Sap Shingles Write me for prices here and deliveredJ OL HINTON Plummers Landing Ky THE MUTUAL BENEFIT Life Insurance Co Newark N J FREDERICK FRELINGHDYSEN Pfest THE LEADING ANNUAL DIV IDEND COMPANY lias during tho prit dUtythree years Paid to PolicyHolders ii30lI8 au Asset Jan 1008 111OOC70860 Surplus 46954SU IS Ntf Company has ever accom better results for its Policyholders J W ELGIN Gen Agent 207 KyOOwingsyillc Ky Is J VULCAN PLOWS i are the cheapest for they are the best are the lightest draft and jthe strongest plow The points always fit We have the best handmade wagon breeching blind bridles check lines etc all kinds of collars hame f chains andmachine r j made harness When you buy my lv X Handmade Saddles and Harness r W are the cheapest JfortKeyweacJohgeBti lr kvT RACKETSTORE s s EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODYSitchen Lamps 25c o 2 Clinch Collar Lamps 60c No1 Clinch Collar Lamps 25c No 2 Fancy Lamps 25c up No 2 Lamp Chimneys 105c- No1 Lamp Chimneys 5c small Lamp Chimneys 3c2for5c nterns 48c ntern Globes 5c ncy Bowls and Pitchers 175WashboardsBuckets 24 18c Granite Buckets 24 18c 48cGraniteranite Chambers white 40c ranite Coffee Pots 40 35 2c 20cC7aniteWashN6 3 Lamp Burners lOc No 2 Lamp Burners Ie L No1 Lamp Burners 5c Matches 5 Ic 14 7WigglBottle Blues 5d Box Blues 5 rBig Deal Soap 4i Cold Water Soap 5c 5eOLooSeStray Hinges 10 75e J vEightinchRiviting Machines 25ci 5rtjJCarpMatting Tacks per box 2c ShoeTackS per box 2c Matting 251512Jc 1 I Money saved you on spring gOOdS 2 iiave just received and put on sale 200 pairs of sample shoes j id oxfords at first cost so come and get your spninggoodsS I r Tcompletehe 1 j R MAXEY Successor to EW J raaIkYn74a1Ja l nIJun H MRY WATTERSON EdrtCiirir Jfg H JSH National NawspfcjMw J naooiitifemi f 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tolfllllrlHl Kec from tormstIot of State to the tar1m A Histoilcal atld PollUcal Bkscteq 01 tIekY 21 nl fcsIdeaUal Vote taleOfficials Area aD dlopulatJoa U Scuatori Chief of Ken 4tucky Mouse IJJ and Kallroad Commiuionera DUtrkbDaa 1no IIcSbeiby ocratic State Commit teel and State Executive Committee Senatorial and1ronJak6nawaliaDpines Area and Population States awl Coun The States and theQ admitted The Evening Post Kentucky Governor Watt Chart Till be given to subacrlbe forSixtotdeUvcm1bySample Copy and full description of titthlEVENING POST UrtwMta KK SPECIAL PRICE J FON THE WALL ATLAS liD EVMIW PWT H fl tb It In zone map THE THE I TOLY Iyr llTiIniiS PPER rr PRESiDENT TARS OFFICIAL FAMILY ts SKETCHES OF THE NINE 4 JEMINENT MEN FORM p r ING HIS CABINET 1P CINOX HEADS tI THE GROUP tf P11flS7tVdIfl Ii Secretary of Stat Frankll MacVeagh ChIcago Mer PortfoIt 0 lIac M Dickinson Tcnneitec I Democrat ttoManae the Army IAWaki of the AaVlcuIturail Depart w ntMt Leftl James Wliaon Hands v jFWlAinkr Chase Knox of aIaeeietary of state In tho cab f t rrrcmMou tTJ I 3ci P7 1873 aad three years later r uuted to the bar During the s I876 sd 1877 he served IasVfiatTJiilted Stat ja district ttoraey i w JtBm district of Fenriiyl 1 2Ja the lattnr year ka formed taw pirtaershlp with James H Reed 4 Swfckk still exista and which bas rep f aI111arge corporations 1m TebiMc tl Carnegie Company Mr rl KMK teed President McKlnleyt a tkm attorney general to April 1lMli vta tl119Ofw iem lie was fromlrl nilgt to become the 1 ITafts cabteet- Wll e Retain His Place 1t Oaly one member of the Roosevelt 4 h oaiblnct retains his portfolio under lir Tfttt That U James Wilson of3 Iowa secretar of agriculture So ex 11t neat I1abeeahlsworklnthatp ll tlon that there was no serious talk of 1gr jEaklog a cfcange Born In Scotland in j 4lt35 Mr Wlteon came to the United tea la 1852 and threeyearsitater I settled la Iowa In 18G1 he engaged In t snallg In Tania county He wax a 0 iMBtfcer ot the Iowa assembly for Mjree aeMlais aad speaker of the kWM tor OBe session and aka was a iseEifcw et tie Iowa state railway MMaiwlbir la 1873 In was elected l j 71 M eeagresi tertiBC two terEsa and WSJ seat to the rational legislature p i nilm for oae term la 1883 He wu fk at ertI1e State ualverslty of 3 Joif 1ewa187n and la 190 was 9 lffi Burfe director et the agricultural ex IJi ip edt stauoa and professor of agri tts wtue tt the Iowa Agricultural col kge Ass la In 1897 lie became a k 4 crftar ol agriculture j MacVeagh for th Treasury inrapkliaMaoyeash secretary of the tr ainryv w1tOmoa a farm In I ftpte coHBtyj PennsyfTanlu grade 1 from Yale im 1862 and from 4 HehepI law q I city bct llMjealth forced him to nban iD dee Ito ia 1886 he went to Chicago I t groceryVetel periHlte he baa amassed a large b ertuaei Before entering the cabinet t be dteppeed of his holdings to the big z grocery firm and resigned as director4 f the Commercial National bank of i Chicano Mr MacVeagh has always I i fcees Interested ln movements for the nlta welfare locally and nationally tI I ckJiwon Is War Secretary Jacob M Dickinson pf Tennessee q ofl4Mif Her graduated lim the Uml p t J rsity ef Nashville In 1812 and after ljWftri atsdied law at Colunbla college Good Company l I Reilglpa cannot Illuminate phllo s w sephical i discussions Philosophical v It f ifHccHlkions can confirm religious t tritbe A id therefore seek the corn ilianyof truly religious people and of S y philosophers the Uvbis M well JH tke diaToMtoyr p i A Matrimonial OverslQiit lr theyti3 eisc iees to occar toersons l1 b i j e e er t gooas- t I + ag fer1 r IoraePhlladei r + i 1 IfJ 1i frjfI 1 11ii 1 1 ILI 1 4r 0i J r t o I r t 1 J 3 dp f 1 Vt r a n e i 4 i t t i I 7dJ S j5jTj p I i I 4 rMr i 4 4 HUn at the University of Lclpslz and in Paris Ho served several times by special commission on tho supreme bench of Tennessee and was assistant attorney general of the United States In 189597 Postmaster General Hitchcock The first cabinet officer selected by Mr Taft after his election was Frank H Hitchcock of Massachusetts who gave up his place as first assistant postmaster general to manage successfully the Taft presidential campaign He has been given the office of post master general in tho new cubiuct Mr Hitchcock was born Amherst 0 in 1867 and graduated from Harvard In 1891 and from Columbia law school In 1894 Since 1891 he has been a government official Nagel Hat Commerce Portfolio Missouri has been rewarded for Hi witch to the Republican coltwrv by the appointment of Charles Nagel at secretary of commerce and labor Mr Nagel Is a leading lawyer of St Louis and the west lie was born In Texas ln 1849 moved to St Louis whi a clldand graduated from Ml St Itili caw In 1873 He ia jeli ember nf the law firm = v iWri r- rA Tou sChool allda truat loftLsblng a university In 188183 be was ame7ber of the Missouri houac of representatives and in 189397 was president pit the St Louis city coun clli He Is a member of the Republican national committee and for years has been an intimate friend ot Mr Taft He was ono of Mr Roosevelt most enthusiastic supporters As an attorney Mr Nagel was identified with several Important cases dealing with the numerous complications In the affairs of the Five Civilized Tribes ID the then Indian territory Navy Under Meyers Charge President Tarts secretary of the Davy George Von L Meyer of Massa cbusetts has had wide experience as- a business man legislator diplomat and cabinet officer He was born in Bpstbu In 1858 and graduated from Harvard in 1879 He then entered business and has been prominently cot ected with a number of financial arid mercantile concerns His career as a public official began in 1889 when be was elected to the Boston common council He then served on the board of aldermen and In 189296 hewas a member of the Massachusetts Isgisla ture the last two years being speaker of the house In 1900 Mr Meyer was sent to Italy as American ambassador and IB 1905 was transferred to Rus ala In January 1907 President Roosevelt called him home to enter generalThIsthat ot the navy Mr Meyers home li Hamilton Mass- BalJInger Secretary of Interior After about one years service ai commissioner of the general land of SeattleWashsecretary of the Interior Hell a InDooneborothe University ot Kansas and Wash toWilliamsand afterward studying law and re wasUnited189092 and later was Judge of the countyWashI Attorney General l Wlckeraham becomesPrcsldeoral has bad the reputation of being NewYorkchy Lehighuniversity ofPennsylvania hebccamowhichHenrydent belongs Hint for the Vjniiatlye silencetrthoregularJyInreshatnt business of this plantt would Iderably xpedltedptJ1J1tJ1Ga- zettl At We QNWsfleap happineesplains of thc disposition of clrcum divpoaitjake SI Y i t h u 1 ANGERED AT Silt N t OVER SLEUTHS MILDER Cables From New York Police xoncern Ing Petroslnos Death Not Answered By the Sicilian Authorities New York March 15Though there was an air of quiet activity at pollco headquarters Sunday nearly all of the chief officials having been there and In conference no definite developments regarding the work of tracing the as sassins of Lieut Jos Petrosino In Palermo Sicily were announced There was a feeling of chagrin and even of resentment over the fact th u not one word regarding the murder of ihe New York detective had come from the Italian police despite the fact that a cable had been sent them asking cer lain information Inspector McCafferty head of the de tective service here mado some caus tic remarks over the neglect of tha Italian police Said he If an Italian detective sent hero on a mission by that government and working In behalf of the Italian police bad been murdered In Now York wo would have notified the slain mans homo department at once So far as the police of Italy are concerned we have not heard a word of Petroslnoa death I cabled Saturday for Inform ion but have received no answer from PalermoThe said bo was particular to know whether Petrosino had been robbed after being shot Ho intimated that Petrosino had sonto papers valua ble to the police hero In running down Black Hand and other Italian offend ers The neglect of the Palermo po lice makes it Impossible for tho police here to know whether Petrosino hart theso papers in his pocket when slan and whether tho assassins secured thorn The Inspector said that Petro sino had letters of instruction from the department her which If stolen by the murderers would rdvenl to the Italian criminals Just what plans the police of New York have on foot To tho question whether ho thought Italian criminals hero had requested confederates in Italy to kill Petrosino In that country Inspector McCafferty replied that bo doubted that theory Potroslno was constantly In perilous positions In New York tho Inspector laid and If the criminals of this coun try had dared kilt him at all they would hav done It In this city 3Irs Petrosino the young wife of tho murdered detective is still prostrated at her home heroins the result of the tragic death of her husband For a time her relatives sysbe refused to accept as true the news of Petroslnos death and clung to the bopo that It was nil a hideous mistake ThIs hope It Is stated now has left her REJECTION OF MINERS DEMANDS Surety Will Be Followed By a StrfS Say5ader J i4nl Iuw lm1Workershe believed there would be a strike of the anthracite miners Ho said In my opinion a strike is sure to come At the conference between the representatives of tho operators and the miners the former maintained an attitude which Inmy opinion will cause a strike to be called Every issue which was presented was rejected by the operators These Issues have long been considered by the miners and they say now that thtsir demands are not unreasonable Tho rejections of the demands will anger the miners of the union and I am of the opinion that the result of the convention to be held In Scranton on March 23 will be that tho committee will be instructed to again cnfer with the mine operators and to again present to them the very same demands which they have Just rejected Then unless tho demands are granted which I dp not think possible In view of the present attitude of the operators I am confident a stride will be called Says Father Was Hanged By Mob Dallas Tex March 15 Fannie Ram sey negress aged 23 has told a story here that her father William Ramsey ft minister was lynched at Roscndalc Mo on the night of March 8 She claims ho visited that place to preach at the Invitation of several negroes and that immediately following the sermon be was taken by a mob of white men and hanged The next morning A mob burned his body befort her eyes The dead minister and daugh ter resided In Beamont Tex Murder of Artist May Be Cleared Washington March 15The mystery surrounding the murder of Walter F Schultz the Chicago artist Whose body with throat cut was found in a Held near Alexandria Va on March 7 may be cleared up In the arrest Sunday of three negroes Charged wijli the murder A pawn ticket a gold watch belonging to Schultz was the clew which led to the arrest Mine Owner Robbed Salisbury N C March 15 Walter G Newman a wealthy mlno owner of New York who camo to North Carolina Saturday for the purpoSe of paying off the employes of his two gold mines at Old Hill was robbed of 6000 and a lot of valuable Jewelry Took Poison After Killing Wife Knobel Ark March 15Arter shooting and killing his wife when she reached the depot hero en route to Plckett to enter suit for divorce E M Lake a farmer swallowpd poison His body was found near the depot Killed Ten Bandits St Petersburg March 15Tho po lice of Krasnoyarak capital of tho SOy crnmcnt of Yeniseisk Siberia have practically exterminated a gang of rofcv bers that has longbeen harassing the people of thoTurukbansk region The police killed ten of the bandits Sank German Shlo Rotterdam March 15Tho Nor wegian steamer Mascot collided with the German ship Margaretha about 20 miles west of tho Mans lightship The edlatITttwo I REPORT SEA FIGHT MEXICO HEARS SALVADOR AND NICARAGUA ARE AT WAR GUNBOATS IN A BATTLE Diplomatic Relations Broken Off with Zelayas Country by the United States After Recall of Envoy Mexico City Ships of Nicaragua and Salvador met in battlu Tufesilay and It Is balieved a second clash fol lowed Thursday or Friday Three Nicaraguan gunboalt led by the Momotombo attacked tho Salva doran gunboat Prcsldente The lattei by a lucky shot put the Momotombo out of action almost at the beginning of the engagement The three Nlca raguans then withdrew Later the Momotombo was repaired und went In pursuit of tho President No word having been received from the Mexican representative In Nlcara gualtls thought the cable has been cut Washington Owing to the contln ued disturbed conditions In Nicaragua and President Zclayas failure to main serious efforts looking to tho settlement of tho Emery claim the state department Friday by withdrawing Mr Gregory the American charge at Mann gull and ordering the legation placed in the hands of the consul who will have no diplomatic capacity practical ly broko 6ff diplomatic relations with that country Affairs In Central America have been closely watched by the American and Mexican governments both oI which have now come to an under standing that the time has arrived when drastic measures stould be enforced to insure peace in the Central American republics Ambassador La Barra of Mexico spent some time at the state department In conference with Assistant Secretary Wilson and the determina tion was reached that if the American warships now In Nicaraguan waters and those to be sent there are not suf ficient to impress President Zclaya that the treaty of peace entered Into between the Central American repub lies Is not to be lived up to more rad- Ical steps would be taken to accom plish that result The impression was given that if need be Intervention would bo resorted to The governments of the United States and Mexico It was stated are in full accord as to the policy to be pursued toward Nicaragua and are now anticipating Zelayas further moves So far as could be ascertained no official Information has been receiver here of a reported naval engagement bctwen gunboats of Nicaragua and Salvador As bearing on affairs in Nicaragua the following statement was obtained from official sources Under telegraphic orders Jlssuoi the ivy1 department up annoi cr wll rtna upon he w I jf tS TOO o take thai stand flnii3f nn he Dubuque and Tac3ix aro preceding to cruise en the Atlantic coast of Nicaragua and in the neighborhood of Honduras The situation at Managua is be- comIng such that the department hun now ordered Mr Gregory the charge daffaires to return home upon leave of absence to make a report vto the department upon tho situation the legation remaining In charge of the consul who will have no diplomatic capacity MKINLEY DEATH COST 42517 Government Paid Dr Mann 10000 and Used 2033 for Telegrams Washington After carefully guarding for more than seven years tho facts as to the governments expcpditures incident to the last ill ness and burial of President JtlcKInley the treasury officials Wedne cay made it a statement covering alof tho Items of expenditure under the appropriation of 65000 for this purpost made bj congress on July 1 1902 Some of the Items follow Dr M D Mann 10000 Dr H Mynter J6000 Dr C McDurney 5 000 Dr Roswell Park 5000 DrCQ Stockton 1500 Dr E G Janeway 1500 Dr H C Matzinger U50 Drs W W Johnston E W Lee and H R Gaylord 500 each Dr N W Wilson 250 Dr G HeR Hall and Dr E C Mann UOO each Undertakers Drug gard 6c Koch 210415 and McCrea t Arnold 223 Western Union Telegraph Company 159361 Postal Telegraph Cable Company 44027 Bryans Daughter Gets Divorce Lincoln NebRuth BryanLeavltt eldest daughter of William J Bryan was granted a divorce Tuesday from W H Leavltt Mrs Leavitt and her mother app ared in the court of Judge Cornish and both alleged that Leavltt had not contributed to the support of his wife There was no defense Mrs Leavitt was grunted the custody of the two children Says Rockefeller Backs Drys Providence R IThat John D Rockefeller Is financing the anti saloon movement Is the declaration of William F Malnes president of the Rhorto Island Retail Liquor Dealers assocli tlon In a circular addressed tp all re tall liquor dealers In New England Big Shipping Company Formed Detroit MlchA new vessel corpor atlon which has contracted to buy 50 of the largest lumbercarrying vessels on the great lakes Las been formed ac cording to a story In a local newspaper Castro to Sail March 26 Paris Ciprlano Castro the former president of Venezuela has engaged staterooms for himself and the momS bers of his party on board the steamer Guadeloupe sailing from Bordeaux March 26 for Venezuela Kills Son and Herself 01chIcagotf IL W Rlloy hero shot and killed kIlledl1erseltIttloy homo Thursday A t J lV A fr V7J STANDARD ILHS VICTOR WIS FAMOu i 29 40000 CASE IN FEDifrtAl COURT Judge Anderro Decides Government Has Net i wed Charges and Thro Slt Out of Court Chicago AS forecasted Tuesday the famous Standard Oil rebating cases lu which Judge Landis imposed a fine of 29240000 have been thrown out of court Judge A B Anderson before whom they came for retrial after tho United States court of appeals had reversed the Landls fine Wednesday afternoon held that the government had not proved the charges made in the Indictment and following a long argument by District Attorney Sims ordered the jury to return a verdict of not guilty From Washington comes the report that an appeal to the United States circuit court of apcals will be taken from Judge Andersons decision ThUs would take the case back to tho same court that reversed the Landis decision In an opinion administering a scathing rebuke to the Judge That Attorney General WIckersham will make every effort to get the case before the United States supremo court for final decision Is believed In tho capital District Attorney Sims has not announced what action he will take He Is waiting on Instructions from Washington The decision rendered by Judge Anderson means that all but two of the pending indictments against the Standard Company are void and will bo abandoned by the government The six cases that aro affected Involve the Indictments for shipments over the Chicago Alton railroad and the Chicago Burlington Quincy rail way and the Indictments too that have to do with the storage charges alleged to have been allowed illegally to the Standard Oil Company by the LakoShore Michigan Southern rail roadIt was Judge Landls who directed the caso to bo taken before Judge Anderson when Judge Beth tt declined to hear It after the supreme court of the United States decided to all6w tho reversal of Judge Landis decision by the United States circuit court of appeals to stand undisturbed Tho big Standard OH prosecution had Its beginning August 27 1906 On that date ten Indictments were returned by a federal grand Jury charg ing the Standard Oil Company of In dlana with accepting concessions from railways In shipments of oil from Whiting Ind Demurrers to two of these involving shipments over the Chicago Eastern Illinois railroad arid connecting roads to Grand June tion Tena were quashed shortly after they had been returned The eight remaining bills were demurred to but the demurrers were overruled CATHOLIC PRIEST IS SLAIN 1 Father Anslpnpf Newark NJ Vic Jim of Mysterlods Murder Newark Ni JrThree men w ffeatures were concealed by heavy overcoats and slouch hat walked into the study of Rev Erasmus Ansion pastor of the Polish church mornIngandopened lets from their three revolvers hit the InstantlYTbe and found their way blocked by Mrs Antonio Sewrzyljska the housekeeper Without an Instants hesitation cne of the vis itors turned his revolver upon her inflicting a wound which Is likely to prove fatal Then alt three rushed out Into the street and escaped- The police roundedup four suspects and arrested all the former trustees whom the dead priest ousted when he took charge of the parish WAGE DEADLOCK IS ON Miners and Operators Fail to Reach an Agreement Philadelphia The conference between the subcommittees of the an thracite mine workers and operators to arrange a new agreement to go into effect at the expiration of the present working arrangement camo to an end late Friday afternoon without result While tho prospects are not as bright as they were for peaceful set tloment there is still hopo that radl cal action by either side will be avoided The executive boards Satur day issued a call for a convention of the miners of the tbfee anthracite dis tricts to be held in one of the mining towns to consider plans for further action and then will follow another conference with the operators before March 31 Over 30 Die In Tornado Brinkley Ark Thirty or more lives were snuffed out 60 people were injured and property estimated- to bo worth 1000000 was destroyed by the tornado which wrecked this little city Monday night Of the known dead 14 are white Tho remainder of the dead and seri ously injured are negroes t Children Burn to Death Parkersburg WVaWhile the par onts were away from home Friday two children of Granvllle Miller aged two years andonomonth respectively were burned to death at Normantown Gilmore ounty Will Fight Duty on Coffee Washington The Democrats In the house will oppose the establishment a duty on coffee and the provision of the new tariff bill for the reestablish ment of the stamp tax on checkS bonds and stocks Two Sailors Asphyxiated Seattle Wash E 3 Hicks and W W Jarrett youthful sailors here as the result of gas asphyxiation at tho Puget sound navy yard Bremer ton were found dead in bed in a hotel hero as tho result of gajsasphyxlatlon Kina Not SerloUslyMII Biarritz Col Sir Arthur Davidson equerrY to King Edward Vednesday evening authorized an absotuto denial of the statement published in the United States that the British ruler was seriously f J q rI LABOR FAVORED BY RULINB COURT OF APPEALS MODIFIES BUCK STOVE DECISON No Action Taken on Contempt Charges Against Gompers Mitchell and Morrison Washington Tho contt of appeals of the District of Columbia yesterday modified and afflimed tin opinion of Justice Gould ot the su preme court oft District enjoining the American Federation of Labor Samuel Gompers and other defendants from publishing In to We dont pat ronize list hcnuI1oofthe Buck StOve and Range Company of St LouisThe opinion which was handed down by Justice Robb holds that the decree of Judge Gould should be modi tied to the extent that there should be eliminated from Ito decree the re striction of the labor organization arid the other defendants from mention Inl writing or referring to the business of the Buck Stove and Range Company orttsc ilsj P J3 m6c = that thq olnblri U ranl tllol1l furtherance thereof and tie pnbllca stron in the Wc dont patronIze iist In aid of the boycott la illegal lTh court hold that the defendarifs publicationsand Range Company but only taT such as are made in furtherance of an Ille gal boycott iIn a partial dissenting opinion Chief Justice Shepard took a strong hand In theprelsHelnysthapublication pTtho complainants name In the we dont patronize column ol the Fede ratlonist was a step In the formation of a conspiracy to coerce independent dealers into refusing to have further business relations With that company I cannot agree that the publication can be restrained for that reason The chief Justice held that the only remedy for libelous or otherwise ma licious wrongful arid injurious publications Is by civil action for damages and criminal prosecution There is ho povrer to restrain the publication The decision does not settle the ap peal lit the contempt proceedings in which Messrs Gompers Morrison and Mitchell were given Jail sentences ThIs case will be heard later by the appellate court- MILITIA TO PROTECT NEGRO Governor of Iowa Says Junken Must Have Proper Trial b3s Moines laJohn Junken murderer of Clara Rosenmustl1e ar ralgned during tho daytime at Ottum IWa The law must take its course and all the militia necessary will be fur nished to prevent violence sail Cloy B F Carroll Wednesday night The governor iso notified Sheriff Jackson over the telephone I Intend to protect the good name of Iowa and of tho people of Ottum wa said Gov Carroll and I will not have It said that a prisoner has tp be arraigned by stealth under cover of darkness to secure a faIr trial If Junken Is to be hanged I want It In the legal way and not by a mobk Joe Cans Whips Englishman New York Joe Cans former light weight champion of the world easily defeated Jabez White the English lightweight champion in a tenround bout at the National Athletic club FrI- day night It was a tame exhibition and the big crowd was disappointed as the men were slow and lacked force behind many of their blows Cans was far from being the Gans of even two ycarsagbas he missed several blows misjudged the distance and failed to take advantage of many opportunities that presented themselves May Raise Fare to Three Cents St Louis Traffic executives of the 18 railroads la Missouri after conferring concerning the advisability of restoring the old threecents a mIle rate made legal by the decision against tho Missouri twocent tare law rendered tdJourued raisecInWisconsin jlinnesota Nebraska Kaji ants and Oklahoma will be discussjfd rIngri iv I i t r lJt 1 I HELDFOR000- Utahs SHORTAGE ii ExTreaiurer Admits the liff of State Funds R Salt Lake Clty James Christiansen former state treasurer who retired from 0111cc January It is under arrest t r jon thejcharse dt being a defaulterto tthe amount of n oab 4 The arrest followed CiirlntlayienV i confession of his resppnslblUty ishortage He is now in jail hero l1ttrmoney it is acknowledged was used speculations In Nevada mining ventures i torIginning of the present year The abort age in the accounts was discovered it few days ago through the checking rfthe accounts by the state board examiners At the time Cb I Uan e it was in Nevada where bo has exte vv siva Interests In k theiI4lcoveryanti admitted his shortage Theaoicl i Of r1ago baa been deposikSNtoS- tho credit of the state bytJM 5L1 i menandfrIerntnah r 1AV ttv DEATH I MYTERY I Dayton Pol Icer Believe B tlYW m n x l Another Murder Victlm fItdry confronts the police in the dIsja cevery 61 the body of an unidentified I white woman in the canal bel w the f Apple street Bridge Jnthebirtmlpav 2 the officers It must have lain la the fSj 11 water about a month They fear t ano hrottbe baffling murder that have rownUecltT 1toO IIpanic t The woman apparel1 lywa830y told and well dressed She rM tired In black She wore Romeo a1ip ipers Hut oVor these she had a pair Clj 1new rubber shoes The womans ua tt Ider garmentS were In good ceridltjoa r The decomposition will Itls feared prevent the Ideritlficatipa of tliVr twoman 5tSix girls have been found slain In J Dayton recently Four pf the murdersfj bave never been solved cJ TAFT JOINS OPTIMIST j1t Says His Administration I Is Hopeful and Cheerful J WashlngtonPrcsident TartrThinrjdaY said his will be an optimistic ministration to an optimistic country ifull of hope cheerfulness and coafl dence J 3 The president expressed this sentl J merit when he became a fullflodged v 4 memberof the Optimist Club ofAmecd Icaupntli Invitation of its founder William J Robinson of New York tndrewCartl glewasaca1Ier at t White House coming hesaldtl r his respects to I President Taft a memorable admit tratlon and I think ho wl ftaye1 said Mr Carnegie v Ten Years for Slayer MoundsTllle Y VlDr CharlV M McCracken of Wir YaK recently convicted of second vdeSgree murder for having caused the death by shooting of bstwpyearrOldrrK child last Cbrl tmasovcwas sentenced Wednesday to ten years In the penitentiary US1 Milwaukee Gets tow Grain Rate 4teeable through rates on grain as those v i of Chicago In a decision of the Inters state commerce commission in the ca v t rof the Milwaukee chamberof commerce o against the Rock Island and others U indlanlans Wed In New Vorfc New Yorfc James It M rJti23 ftyears old and Miss Marion H I ther jIngton 19 both of Indianapolis lad were married Thursday by Mayor Jtaff r Clellan I v Three Drown In Illinois River Mount toning IliEcl A Rents Jhis 14y raid son and his nephew Charles Boss aged about 18 were tT drowned in tine Illinois river by their iij boat being capsized Men are out dragging tho river for the bodies Norman E Macks Home JBUrh i Buffalo N YTho home of Normaa E Mack chairman of the nta committee vas destroytiirbr i Maijandhiscause Is not known Si i 4n i 7 r EiJr LIIIPr J AliJI I Xr a l 1 t11 I I I ILLUSTRATED 1 1MILCYEOYNOEJOJV1copvaNz SYNOPSIS pSnl opens In tnn with tho Unlte States and Japan on the verce of war Guy Hillier sec f retary of the Drltlshfmbusy and Missaj iNorma Inventor Roberta are Introdutfa s love At the moat Inopportune moment Japan declares TheIcause of the Eovernrannlr Indifferencei Guy Hllller atartB for EnxJand with se cret ncnage and Is compelled to leave a ofnceray trtOua exVtdltlon for an Ilolated pont on IfIe FiortC coast Hawaii Is captured bVa Lthe Jans All ports arc closed Jap orAmericasecret preparations for war ftc foljows autS carrying presidential cabinet un of imsat mystery and flees I 1mUrmurln TM cods save Nippon f to PaclUc coast Sleeo Is shot Juat as Journey to get awful news seems successful Japan an Intention to attack seaports idown of mIsSIng Japanese fleet I clpl world becomes convinced that Stiles has ome powerful war England decides to send a fleet a to American waters IS a Canadian pro tection acalnst what the British suppose a SIi a terrible submarine flotilla la also sent to Canada to attempt to force M his way through American lines with aI message to the president In order that ifprotection for the fleet may be assuredit to Britain for aid British ijeet dcpnrts amid mtsclvlnsn of Eneilsli eT Fleet mysteriously dl appesrtl a sailor cviafailureIcaS dent War between Great Itrilnln ando Ibenuan ii threatened ThQ kaiser I I i I h CHAPTER X Continued The secret servIcemen bad already r rti become convinced that tho team be- longedr within tho city and so as a j forlorn hopo rather than in the be 4 Her that any clew would bo gained the gypsy giving hint JUcen to adopt iateer means 1 getmod the most likely to discover and I a IdcaUly the horse With Romany cun nU1gbE Immediately secured a set l t tncme or the most fashionable I lark ay drives where he remained rf hour after hour apparently occu pipeaan4 presenting no marked difference I 11 aPenCO front that of a hundred j J1tber Iuxers theSti k adera watch that he Snmped to iis- tc feet and excitedly ran after a passing w ftiMintU he could attract the at S tHUoi of a mounted offlccr who had V eeu posted oa the driveway for th PW7 se of assisting him In case his estS i kOilld develop anything worth l following The man to the car ka Vtflage ahead and In rokeuGennan as- f rted his conviction thatjt was the RtiLzi 4ntbea- I d ttoa eqce gn hita lkty1astztectIons to zoport to head r Q laact 1ieddown the boulevard I i ad1kixeItettient was caused bY tIre Z7Ys017l8fld a group of the znos- tocIalsl pf8 J t awaited tie return i rnohourlflf 4ippear 4 aad aup ense yth time iWat kigh pitch They began to look ytttIthe ere trader with considerable toioa caring a canard and were 1j I loit othe point of ending others jienIi r spurs q4 vaeroB tie tiled flobr of the entryway f1 M lMrtieeplsilyabout him before f TTtiit fasythlrig and then addressIriB 1 tt caWa said Thla man is y j Ithartistakenor else the affair nliTlik wJe more lerous than we 1ttilt 1ItlleUe84 W ii9jiW hli superior question Jtt What abut the car lager A Tke offeetiwned over and spoke In deUltot The carriage was ttot the American arnbnssadorrf- Tbe capUlnElarted bacJcaa if par ewled H Imparted e news In na iINi4eraae to h1a comrades ik the r6ora JF a4 ttia oxckeonL greW They dareQ II BO fRrjker ln this nesLc without eiA ottauag tho5io of authority tad gthero4into a d ntechamber il taktag toe RoiBBay with them where v fitor waited UH they were joined by ik ti JwpreiB e bead pt the secret service A4eMsrtaent rThl latter la person j 1 eticned both the gypsy and the om Allii jrajM wamIhat ih6 had been aCCUlii w ripe4 Le eHwve anlrnals closely all couldCa flt of I wrath ieswo that he VO11d eOI1thl having been the itiaI wbkhassed blat on the night eT the kaisers disappearance H a c 11 int further aad agBerted that J 4 tt tia l l Ipr the iloi was they a eet1 fl that OC aeklIt J jTkcj owited o1cer was equally cer l ttJe tUrnout WM that belong fji iBlto the eMbs8yitb auso he had amtialrll I111ae kad made o arrest 4 lXa 1d that lwjB d IbeeW preparedf 4 teIIOWIUS Overtook we team t f i W l4eatiylng theocctipan tcldt1d imporSjst lr wlths foHowliajB the catriaso Y ie tke4tghOutiLIjoUraeyaRdtjIljtw3 ttr i junwatH He then dismounted and by jf jwetext etgaged one otke attbie c = lBcoBveraaUonI81Bagtheleb J thIt1be AmbaseadoF kid BO horse ttt thaa these two Hfhadr= t I ee o4ltadv1aabl tQ niake any ilO if A 4 t inquiries for fr fiaro HlngB S ple4eLat t The I of the secret s p J Jen aw thafe he was facias c ir 1 tes PMllHty HeJsel1t aesages JMIigto ether Isl P lS ftn A ain 4Ie gqII t 1f ttIWI aahot r the nclrt8 J SYS them They JO th vt T lf liwlfea It auslBg larly qaiba ng j y i c CotakeanYacUonFhI en p res t t t wWeb was already n in farL pfeaat war and of v fthe9 i1 iee world stood In terror and ap 4fttCJ wag soeiiitg to i avow fJo p frt tv JI kt1Ip t J 1 J s fjj 4I9t 0 i i 4 ri f I r a b I a f tSi c 4ft 4 s 4 1 I t y 1f Even to suggest to the ambassador of thti United States that he was sus ected of having abducted the kaiser an act of leso majesty In Itself was something which might arouse that man to appeal to his home government and topple Germany itself Into an im broglio which could end only In de feat The attitude of America up la tho moment when communication ceased had been friendly Therefore there seemed no logical reason for her taking any such unheard of actions that of Interference with the per son of his majesty Tho consensus of opinion was that the situation wns too delicate to ndmlt of any ordinary methods and that there was only one thing to do keep the embassy under constant surveillance until by secret service methods they might learn what if any connection the ambassa dor or those about him bad with the disappearance The gypsy received the promised re ward and from that hour on the American embassy was unceasingly flandCHAPTER XI A King It LostIWearied by hours ot suspense days f anxiety and nights of alarm the king of England sought relaxation A period of disaster had reached its cul I a where nothing much worse buJoUlerocG8patlon flotn azid was now distraught in its effort ito flail the missing ruler from whpm ip word had been received and of whom no Information had been ob tained The American dread bad been grfcrtorhad lost lie poignancy and was becoming only a bitter recollection to be calmly and speculated upon After weeks of storm and stress there had come a lull in which England waited tar winds more kind roberythatitand enveloped In an air of gloom con ditions resembling those of that period ot terror which overspread it In the great plague but which led men by work and pretense of gayety to seek forgetfulness Onco more the mustc halls iopcued the theaters made their announcements a u poqred ontta boardings andjc 1 i jits in a ort of halther t way to resume their 4 InllitiepQ4 t abnormality the at xnosphere and sent upon the huge cltyo fog which settled d wili1i the night adding Its black sefiito that of hour And through it in quest of relaxation rode Eng palllcctol1abut tj rlare ot the theaters lured and bg jj Insistently to their wealth of beildpiHis coming was unheralded and at t hOfLW1Satttictedto the presence only when lie manaer following tlme stabJsJedcustomwhlch for bade the turning of ones back upon a king him with steady bows placebeidoentered The hippodrome was to bo honored Within tho box the royal pallJookoud upon the bizarre performance per4l8iaast Iri ere proximity to companion shlp r suld interest and brlf ab jat i fi A3HiattH1 y i I t F Jlr 7 sorption ho tiOTeI ttie ptugtaiu paying but small attention to what it contained A herd of performing ele phants galloped clumsily routd In the rIng below obeying the shrill nervous shouts of a woman clad in red tights and then sedately marched out through an aperture y the niCe of the stage when the ac was ended A man clad in an Illfitting dress suit ev- Idently the heritage from some predecessor came to the front of the stage and began an ornate rambling and ungrammatical speech announcing come wonderful exhibition which was about to take place The monarch suddenly aware of the voice caught only the last words declaring it to be the great event of the evening and leaned back in his cushioned chair his mind again reverting to the vicissitudes of government Ills reverie was disturbed by a con versation taking place at the door ot his box Tho gentleman was very Insistent that It should bo dcllverea at once otherwise I should not have brought it ho heard the mannger ot tho theater say apologetically Is there no placo In tho world where I can remain undisturbed the king muttered wearily and then called aloud Send that note in whatever It may be With a salute his equerry handed him the message which he idly held In his band for a few moments before opening it looking half abstractedly out of his box to where a man was being hoisted aloft and through an opening In tho arched roof above More less indifferently he tore open the envelope and a card at which he stared with a puzzled frown as If doubting his senses Surely this could be no jest Upon it was scrawled Admiral Robert forms of the United States navy desires a brief audience with his majesty upon mat tore which can be discussed in per son only If permissible may be en r with Salute His Equerry Handed Him the Message minatlon discussed began the preceded jf withdrew maestyboxtThrough the kjngs mind passed a succession of questions What could this mean Would anyone dare per petrate a joke of this character and if temerityWasBOvine should be here this night In a London theater when his country was at war and had practically thrown the gauntlet Into the lists of the civilized world It was Impossible Out he would send for this Individual who upontheself what sort of fool ho was Show him InI he said to the equerry and then expectantly watched the door wondering whether he was to face an adventurer or an imbecile Be tween the king and tho officer whoso name appeared on the card was an Intimacy of more ttian 30 years Sick Patient Didnt Feel Pain of Op eratlon but Thought So A German surgeon In the Franco had occasion to lance an abscess for a poor fellow and as the sore was obstinate it became neces snryto usa the knife twice Tho oper ation was not a very painful one but the patient declared that It had nearly killed blip and when a third resort to the lancet vas proposed be protested that he could novel go through the operation alive The suigeon promised to make It easy for him and calling up a tow of the loungrs ordered cno of them to hold his hands close over the patients eyes and two others to grasp hIs hands flinly- Thjo the is said to prevent pain in such an operation Now He perfectly quiet and when I say Now prepare yourfetlf f I i J Z l iI standing Tbo name none had sum dent weight to preclude the curt re fusal of such an extraordinary request If this was the friend of his youngei days nothing but an errand ot the utmost Importance could have induced him to seek an audience under such circumstances and on the contrary If his visitor proved to be a nonentity or crank tho guard would give protec tion and summary punishment The door ot the cabinet slid back and a grim scarred wcathcrbeatun man stood surrounded by the royal body guard In utter astonishment that it should be tho admiral standing before him tho sovereign rose from his seat and took a step forward They stood for a moment thG king and the admiral and then slowly grasped each others hand casting the restrain of situation and tho difference of position completely aside flevlns the monarch said for Gods sake what brings you here In a time like this Is there no limit to your daring and nothing at which your country will hesitate Do you come as a friend or as an American Doth answered the officer stand Ing squarely on his feet and looking steadily into the gray eyes which persistently scrutinized him slt seeking to read the cause of his visit There came another Instants pause and tho king with a gesture him to be seated The creetly withdrew and closed the door of tho cabinet Banns continued I must apologize for Intruding upon you but I have Journeyed a long way to deliver ames sage which permits of no delay In an official capacity thent I queried the monarch dryly Yes odiclal and friendly I was chosen for this mission not only because of our known friendship but for the reason that I could explain cer bin events to you better than any man living Tho king nearly forgot the distrust which ho had felt first and almost yielded to the impulse to drop all ceremony and ask his guest for an explanation then and there He half roso and grasped tho arms of his chair His lips opened to interrogate and then his lifes training and restraint re sumtng their hold his tonguo gave a dry elicit and ho again assumed a posture of repose It was difficult to as sume an air of complacence who every instinct of king and man caHed out to him to ask Impetuously the one before him for tho unraveling of the skein of events and the story of the fate of tho British fleet Ho veiled his curiosity his emotion and his excitement behind a mask of polite reserve But what was coming next His vis- Itor who had hesitated now wenc on This is no time nor place for me to say what I have tobut as an emlty sary of my government I am asked to induce you your prime minister and the first lord of the admiralty to grant me a private audience The king impatient curious and anxious was yet relieved by what hr hoard There was nothing very un 1Su llna request for enco under mi he hail TQ thvtfrp it would Cuu elup rf v io most i t i no ro4thC n tm 1tlclto h a sOme ease c 01tyseined vf r The audten must be granted tonight Tonight to light The sovereign forgot his aplomb loaned his body to ward his companion and thrust bit chin forward There bad been some thing in the use ot the word must and tho astonishing declaratiitt that the Interview should be conceited at once that aroused a little spark rf resentment And yet ho was fillet with a curiosity akin to anger The admiral was quick to read bis royal hosts annoyance and hastened to conciliate Your majesty as yeffriend I ask you not to misconstrue anythingtmtirsay I am asking as I favor that I be allowed my own tima and wayyes that I even may be per- mUted tosuggest the conditions of I meeting Believe me It U tar it best The king was motionless and speech less fpr what seemed a long time From his viewpoint of head of ana tion and bound to maintain its dig nlty and a man with a mans anxie ties and anxious to learn from I friends lips the story of the last months secrets and disasters he wa considering what was best to do In an oddly repressed tone he an Bwered with another tentative queIn Uon As a friend I received my box and now on thlssame basis I ask you If this communication ot yours is so important and urgent that it cannot take its due course accord- Ing to official custom Beyond official ways your majesty imperative and urgent was the re sponse otherwise I should not have chosen this unusual method of ap preaching you nor asked for such an unusual audience in such hasto arid ii such an unseemly hour TO BE CONTIKUED uu uunnnc HE JUST IMAGINED IT PfsslanVl1r arrangementspxpialned invItel Iprlvateaudrf uchcircumstances quletlwithcompleted the operation without thi least trouble the patient lying at quiet as though in sleep When all was dory the surgeon Ial3 aside the knife and said Now Such a roar came from the lips pf tho sic tuna as seldom is heard from any hu man being He struggled to free hIm- self yelling Oh doctor youre kin ing mo Shouts of laughter soon drowned hh operJotlon Jokebut 4dIdNow TitBits i v Good Medlclne lie that has enthusiasm nude other tonic kiiAjkJ fI 711 C Iti tl I 1 1 TOUCHED HEART Of MATADOR Provisional Bull Fighter Seen In Un exuectedly Gentle Light There is no description of a bull fight In Irs Maud Howe Elliotts book Sun arid Shadow In Epain but there is a record of a meeting with a mata dor in the studio ot the court painter Don Jose Villegas and the ensuing conversation a part of which revealed the bull fighter in an unexpectedly gentle light It also makes plain the fundamental reason why Americans object to bull fights How many bulls have ou killed some one asked of thtfmatador In 25 years I have killed 3500 b reullsWere you ever afraid I have been afraid many many times On those occasions I put my trust In my legs and ran as last aa I couldThe bull however is the noblest of animals and the bravest Ho never makes a cowardly attack from behind ho is so frank Ho Is terrible though a man needs nerve to face him when he comes into the ring pawing the earth and bellowing Will you tell us about tho bull that was the hardest of all to kill 1 The matadors face changed He was a white bull he said slow y and he didnt want to fight Ho followed me about like a little dog I led him with the cloak wherever I wanted to go Yes lat was the hardest bull of all to klt1Youths Com panion The Tax of the Insect During the year just passed the Insects of tho country cost thu farmers more money than the nation expended on its army and navy in paying all the claims on its mountainous pension roll and In all expenditures on the Panama canal C L Bartlett assist ant entomologist In charge ot experimental field work has worked out the above statement and as the value approxImatedmates ravages of the myriad insect al tcabout 800 million dollars The sum docs not Include the loss to cereals and forage crops in storage nor to natural forests and forest products the losses from those two sources at 100 million dollars euch bringing Liii Ipannual rural Insect tax tonn even billion dollarsTho World Today CompensationWess satons or should be to women for the many disadvantages of their sex There is nothing that enables us to defy thO natural consequences of Time so successfully provided we give enough attention to the poten tialities of and to the Individuality in dress It is n duty that women owo to society Jo make the best of them selves ifut a great deal of the suc cess of i gown depends on the degree to W i t Is in harmony with Its sun gaTo be overdressed is v xe than being shabbily dressed wever beautiful a frock may be it strikes a discordant hpiei with its surroundings much of Jts beauty will Ibe lostr The LftHgi Friend Clara Morris onflusbefcr tls folly to call the 1hnsbanil J jdnrnIn the Housekeeper for October It Is ntruthhome life while the wife and mother Is its whole existence literally tho sun of domestic happiness rises and sets in the aCoof the wife and motherafRemediesTo heal an open cut apply alum wa ter twice a day Powdered rosin is also good Pound it well in a dealtmortar or wooden bowl When 2ia soft cloth over the cut and occasion ally wet it with cold water This will prevent inflammation and soreness HighPriced Havana CigarspHavana cigars quoted at S each were recently shown at a London tobacco expositionc The Whip of Repentance The severest punishment a man can receive who has injured another Is to have committed the Injury and no man Is more severely punished than he who Is subject to thswblp of hidown repentance Seneca Seat of the Divinity Is there any other seat of Divinity than the earth sea air the heavens and virtuous minds Why do we seek Sod elsewhere Ho IB whatever you see he Is wherever you move Lucan MARKET REPORTS XCATTLECALVLS Extra 760 9 00 HOGS Choice 7 10 7 15 SHEEPExtra 5 10 E 25- LAMBSSpring 800 00WHEAT 68UOATS 84HAVBUTTER Dairy 1i 15 18APPLES00TOBACCOCHICAGO HCORNOATSNo2 mixed 55 PORKPrime mess17 00 17 H5 LARD Prime 10 15 NEW TOUt FLOUR Win patent 5 25 5 65 WHEAT No 2 red 0 1 O- SCORNNo2 mixed W C79 izPORKPrimeLARDS ennt 9 85 9 95 BAtTIJIOUE WHEAT No 2 red 119 G9tOATSJJOOISVILLE 22JACORNOTSNo 2 mixed 56 HAY Ch timothy 12 50 113 00 HuGS Extra 6 65 LARDSteam 9 25 INDIANAPOLIS CATTLEPrime 6 25 675 HOGS Extra 6 65 01 6 50 SHEEPExtra 5 eo 5 50 f l fu P f JtilH J I Cv aIitV 4 I1i A I 1 ROUND ABOUT THE STATE ThatIsGothonInDIfferentIb Sections of Kentucky t CAPITAL NOTES tiThebynarnesChesapeake Ohio Railroad Co andomanded the case to the lower with Instructions to give a peremptory Instruction for the defendant company Another Kentucky Road The Cumberland Northern Rail way Co with 100000 capital stock flied articles of Incorporation The rood will run from Artemus Knox county through the counties of Clay Owslcy End Leo to Doattyvllle a dir tance of 75 miles C i O Valuation Tho state board of valuation and as sessment tentatively fixed the valua tion of the Chesapeake Ohio Railroad Co for the purpose of taxation It placed the total capitalization at 9169630 from which the value of tho tangible property is to be deducted Fair Officiate The Capital Fair association elected Dr John P Stewart president W S Farmer 1st vice president George B Harper 2d vice president directors P C 6hurchG C Shawk AG Jeffers Bedford Macklin and Swigert Taylor Judgment for 58 Cents A judgment of 58 cents the cost of the telegram was secured In the fedS eral court hero by C B Daniel in 5000 suit the West 1nni Lning the death of his brother Due to Tuberculosis Dr Joseph Barr physician at the tenitentiarythe deaths that have occurred ab tba prison during the last two years hart b beenthe penitentiary has become a verita ble death trap Hagers Bondsmen Sued Suits seeking the recovery of mounts aggregating 3718443 ironS former State Auditor linger bondsmen and Mrs Hester G Coulter widow of former Auditor Coulter and his bondsmen were filed in circuit courtb Asst Atty Gent Lockett To How SundaySchool Convention As a result of the ybit of E A FOX secretary ot the State Suridayschpdl Association pf Kentucky to this city It a ben4ecTded to hold a Sunday r N nvntloIihere at Glenwjjpd Pa mp tJinbtet iiltt ltI1rJl une r chmpnd Ky AfameetfeB or r- ents0 for Eastern Kentucky state nor mat school here teachers of tills instl utlcn were ordered paid making the t money they had received totmore five months Danville KyAta meeting of the directors of the Central Kentucky Fair association of this city August 4 E nd 7 were decided upon as the dates or the Danville fair Harrisburgs fall w ill be held the following week Owensboro KyA J Doss of Cen ral City was elected president of tbo United Mine Workers of District No 3 comprising the mines of Western and J T Main of Render Ohio county vice president Lexington Ky Samuel H Clay for the past year has been eD- ployednaa reporter on Lexington and Louisville newspapers was selected to e secretary of the Lexington Comm r ml club to succeed John G Craemer Louisville KyFire destroyed the Coliseum the largest amusement hatt in the south at Fourth avenue street this city tho loss being 75000 fireman John Keefe was caught un en falling walls and seriously Injured Lexington lCyThe Lexington Brick Co closed a deal for the pur chase pt the plants of the Fayette Brick and Supply Co located here and the Monticello Brick Co of Jfon tlcello The combined plants wlii hav a yearly output ot about 10000000 brick Ledngton KyTho annual conven tion of the Kentucky Dairy Cattle club the Kentucky Jersey Cattle club par ticipating was beldln Agricultural han at State university It was de cided to tax each member 1 to cover the expense of holding a milk and butter contest next year Louisville KyE I Alderman grand imperial pptentate of the Im penal Council Nobles of the aiysilc Shrine and E A Osborne Chief Ral ban both of Cedar Rapids la were here and arranged for the meeting of the council In Louisville in June Louisville KyThe board of directors of tho Kentucky Good Roads as sedation met hero and adopted hy laws The purpose of the organisa tion is the creation of public sentiment for tho building and maintenance of good highways throughout the state Glasgow KyTho highest price over realized for mules in this part of the state was paid Rod Warfleld at So non when he sold Lexington dealers 20 mules for 225 each or 1500 for the bunch The mules will be sold in pairs to the blue grass farmers Owensboro Ky Fojlowing heavy rains trains on the Louisville lenders n St Louis railroad were discon tinned the second time in three weeks Only otto train out of LoulsYJIewnJI able to get through to Owensboro ar riving hero five hours late j iJj Glasgow KyThoJ P Meredith Cedar Co recently located at Bowling ttGreen wilt begin at an early dato cut f- ng and marketing all mercantile ce ar along Barren river 1 Louisville KyTbo Gaiety theater passed the board of alder men by a vote of 8 to 3 This gives IRudolph Hynicka of Cincinnati the right to proceed with the construction of the burlesque theater in the Taylor- block f boreI4Louisville Ky Judge Walter Ef ana la the federal court ordered s mandamus Issued against the fiscal ii r lcourt of Taylor county Kentucky Wt J 4compel tho levying of a tax to payoff certain bonds of the old Cumberland rOhio Railroad Co J Hopklnsvllle yFolloylng the ac lJff Xmaleoasked by the school board under the provisions of the new school law aJrsuit will be brought at once to force ZL the laying of the levy t s Danville JyDr J McCIosky flay i ney pf this city died nt the Deacon fIhospital Boston Mass where ho un y ilIwas one distinguished and widely known mlo Isters and educational workers Louisville KyThe Marion Con 11tract and Construction Co by 00 j Holt trustee filed suit against the rf Louisville Railway Co asking to have t tt the plaintiffs declared beneficiaries 61 V f 954 shares of preferred stock of tht uisvillc Eastern railway 1 Jl4oLexington KyTho commission all JWiitohe guidance of druggists completed fIts work One regulation rejiufres Ytbi otsuch Ingredient r 1Jackson Ky Oscar 4 Sears t fprominent real estate broker was brought here on a warrant charging 41 him with the seduction of Maude BackstSears denies all connection with the girls downfall aid denounces thaf o i whole proceeding as aa attempt to ex ri tort money from him if 4 1 Hopklnsyllle Kyv Ten IndlcUnents At were returned by the grand jury charging ttitf parties named thereia b Pwith yiolatlonpf what JskH6w as Use Crocelius law which prpvldC8 aneayyi p enaltrfor farmers orgaaliatietis rorluycrs tg knowinglyiiy pooleirt 14Cfl f J 11 i r t h sta Jlp ucl y YOWlgYeaS ct ci tion oiiv nedintbrC- hr1stIarch rb Major ot IMusvIllcpresdedtThre dred delegates Attended tTe cBroadiUrst lCyCrcatexciti5i was occasioned In the Methodlsl church hero when Mrs Elizabet SOW der lnn invalid who had not walked a step for 30 years Jumped troth r carriage during the sermon aM shout ed with Joy at her instant recovery v Winchester KyThO Wpodraea ol 3 tho Worldadjourned theli convention vthere after electing Raney T Wellsi oil tMurray Ky head consul lo succeed x J1I BrewepL1svIl1e The WQcd men Clrcle1 tale branch ot thz order trss Reedy of Padu cah worthTguardian 1Ijf f Winchester KyA check f rt4 ffromrQn1cJ l payment for thesita ofthe new government building to be t erected here This means that the tic itJohas been accepted and the b Dd1 ff will be recorded at once t fCatdweJ1whcrlage to C A Caldwell a merchantjpl Eniluencc4 Ky caused much newepa rjTher notoriety Is arranging for thq SI 1Ing of n1 answer tO herhu ban scom plaint In his divorce suIL which will kj develop some racy testjmony Lexington KycVThe resignation pi f I Prof II K Taylor as piesldent of the tCt Kentucky Wesleyan college Win c e I ter has been accepted by the uCf1itional board of that institution i iccmmlttee hasbeeh appointed fo se r i lecthis successor and report at the an aual meeting In June t iJI Li 1 2 Louisville KyTCoL THHagr tchief of police who is a member of tbq 1 executive board of tho American Bowl j 1 lug CQngreS8 will tender his Cslga3o t+ tlon from the bowling committee as he finds his time too much taken yp Y with outside matters I laLouisville Ky Fonowlpg8naJta 1t L ment suit to custody certain J warehouse receipts for 275 barrelsofe twhisky alleged to have been loaned tiy him to Edward M Plcxner John B fThompson filed five suits against Flex for sums 259975 tEllzabethtowncashier of the NoUn State bank was I lt indicted on a charge of forgery and obtaining money from the Y r 4 false pretenses When lat heard iof ttPeek was in Trinidad Mo HevIsAr native of Warsaw Ky At1glinin honor of Preston KirnbailA rreUringdistrict Senator Baileyof Tetas BfldrJ- udge t James H lulllgan have beIn asked to respond to toasts i T r Ii ft Ai r r n oIIIrc V J Iti r = I 6 OWitSVlL OUUOOK I 1tIIIISILEI WEKLYI 7 OWINGSVILLE KYI f Entered according to Act of i r ar Congress at the Owingsville ia KyPostolHco as secondclass1 f matter f Jff 0 TIt OUTLOOKS subscription V ratesare us follows 4 One year One Dollar- S Six months Sixty Cents 7 Three months Thirty fie Cents 1 bc cbodyrr Subscribers desiring a change r 1 of address should give previous vCorrespondentsI get their items to us not late than Monday if possible when J out of stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper News matter of general intera 4estis welcomed bring it u without delay if you wish it in I aerted 4I Advertisers i change1 t or discontinuance of ad should inform us the week previous to daytp liJOHNa k K j THURSDAY MAR IS 1909 ti == r d AI THE grafters arc makinginai ff migKty effort for a but not a one favors the repeal of- tI fJr the protection laws that have Vadcstroy d the U S merchant marine I BEEF MAGNATE ARMOUR4 preddiets cheaper meat the t summer Cattle dealers here 1 4about evidently dont agree with z him from the price at wnich p grazing cattle arc hEldI 4SUNCLE SAM has just made it public that he paid the physicians 7 vio treated McKinlcy when he was shot 31900 One physician got10000 a pr2ttygood year Ssalaryfor a day or twos work 2 Jt r Tin proposed new tarifftoill at j at4cperlbton is feewIH not be taxed when the bill becomes a law for theleadIt ersJkriov what it will do for the t partv at the pollsp PRESIDENT TAFT noW has Con I igress on his hands at his own rdinaryscspthey will rio is another math rr ritnS t tdHRK O r fxfstbequarre-I ts t Salvador and Nicaragua mlngarid annexing their PhilippineS vv 1 o yFfaprejthan itwpuld be worth 41rrflE i dofon of theNew i 1g1atd1iihtol dealers associa I t10Ii arg s John D Rockefel 0SI nQ in order to furnish theda A an issue and divert thefl V frprii trustbusting IfconectItv bniyaribther proof of the im devilav l h slyness Tm Texas legislature cutup 4 high jinks last week Just before kl adjourning to meet again in extra session The senate jrielledhalf its members and the j I ted its speaker to z14 v resign The legislative bodies 4 l throughout the country are doing much to discredit representative government d NEARLY all of the Represents l tiyeein Congress believed that Jo Cannon ought to be a belled icit but most of them act1 r edlike mice avid reelected him t r Speaker Uncle Jo is past three 4 score and ten arid cant live fore ver Maybe when he is gbne 11abe restoredI I 1 i UNCLE Jo CANNON was reelecr 1la ti1 ted but insurgent RepublIcans and the Democrats readoiIit so muc h fe rower inthe er However t S l f E Fitzgerald DemQCratof New oj tj 6 Yoik balked the effort to more V thiLnslightly amend the old rules Ii J STANDARD OIL is too strong ey nfor Uncle sam to buck iiirist At Chicago onthere t aIlof the famous 29000000 r p T case Judge Anderson instructed PioGo iipt guilty The public feels that justice has outraged t somehow but it cant help it J = 1 SucK things though breed mo pS niritous mischief sooner or laterI l c BOSTON detectives think they ar have found the man who fired zt L the shot that killed Gpebel in the t person of nm JHowirdnepheJr of James B Howard is charged with killing- t tl phi wife at New Bedford Mass j4p r and the detectives traced his ca J t1 Rf reer back to the day Goebel v I- sJia killed Wmi J Howard is sery I t j k17 rvt t u 1 ifI f r t tu tas i StJ l zSI n I t fai to r t i Jr 14 Ji t 1JaPj I 1 raa t joj tI if Ji 4 1 r7 A f S 4 JOit t r Washingtonply to Taft for u political job in the South simply because he is a colored manSCORRESPONDENCE Correspondents MUST get theliIitems to us Monday if the pcct them to be printed And beItweenBald Easlu High water again it rains and rains nothing doing among the farmers IThe young son of our merhant ame near getting drowned near e Bethel crossing of Flat Creek had to take his horses loose fromithe wagon to save them agon drifted onto an Yale islandI H N Alfrey sold a part of his farm to Ollie Ratliff for 300 quitlottide J W Pierce is here from Salt Lick buying logs for the Yale Lumber Co G H Power has moved h is s MkeBelford Donohew has moved j back to town Odessa Misses Maude and Alice Harber visited their sister Mrs Woodson orris in eastern suburbs of Ow gsville Sunday I R Darnell bought a milk cow of Lewis Crump last week for 35- Lewis Crump bought a load of orn of Frank at 335 per barrel Mrs J B Darnell and Mrs J A Harber both continue poorly Thos Boyd has rheumatism Mrs L Jones and Mrs Chas Dar nell are on the sick list Uncle Jeff Bailey had another stroke of daylastPebble Farmers arc preparing to put out a large crop of tobacco Several from here went to Mt Sterling Court londay E G Woodard ought amare f Tom Hunt for 125 George Whitton bought two 1ug horses of Tom Hunt for 12750 Fountain bT near hCfan1ilyjofJ J a J the age of 84 yrs i Sharpsburc Alex of Owings ville was hereSunday Mason Botts and Miss Ella Rat li ff atterided the hop at Carlisle Friday night i3ngsvi1leH Knight Thursday and Fray Judge Wl S Gudgell and wife GudgeUviitedDr past week C ABascom has accepted a position with the International Harvester Go Polk Forsythe the wellknown uctioneer who married Miss He len Myers of this vicinity died t Paris last week The World says talking about a quarantine about smallpox one citizen is reported as saying they are going to canteen the whole town another said they are talking about guaranteeing the town Bethel Delayed T Et Robertson bought of Rat liff Bros and Mr Dorseyof Nich bias county 105 acres of land at about 40 per acre and rented it to Press Rawlings Robt Shanks of Platte county Mo visited his daughter Mrs John Sargent on Flat Creek last week Thomas Lloyd and Miss Minnie Thomas of Nicholas county remarried at the Phoenix Hotel in 1Oscare of Mrs Sallie Scott March 3 Some thief attempted to rob J M Clines meathouse Sate Yhisto an entertainment The same parties passed on to T L Peters and took several sacks of corn Miss Delia Colliver of Lexing ton is visiting D B Cline and wife HobartEden while in Carlisle Monday had his arm broken be low the elbow by a fcck from a horseMrs I F P Boyd of Montgom ery county and Mrs Nora Mc Cue of Sharpsburff visited Jake Boyd and family Friday and Sat urday 1 t jX i 1 I if 14 P k I j t i Stepstone Miss Iva Uttcrbacls ii iurion is unchanged Harve Carpenter aw i of paIrentsWCharles Price of Lexington was here last week H S Bittinger and daugh 1Mrs Lottie of Mt Sterling Miss Mildred Garrett one day last week Mrs Lula Williams and child ren Miss Eliza Maxey Mrs Lucy Williams and J E Carmichael spent Sunday with J D Alexar del and family Luther Bittinger spent Sunday with his parents in Mt Sterling Illisses Eva Payne and Emma of upper Stepstone visited Miss Lena Alexander Fri day and Saturday James Sexton and wife visited their parents at Salt Lick a n d Craigs the past week Slato Valley Plenty of rain and high water Butler Toy and his son George moved to the Lewis farm on Roes Run and Robert Toy moved to fkilletFarmers are all trying to sow tobacco beds Mrs Sam Shultz got 30 dozer eggs from 75 hens in 7 days Mrs Dee Rudder is sick Arlie Toy and Miss Cord were married by Rev Anderson at Craigs last Monday Miss Wynona Sorrell of near Owingsville was the guest of her grandparents J K Jones midwife one day last week Miss Almer Toy of Roes Run was the guest of her aunts Mrs Sam Shultz and Maria Stamper last Sunday Chris Garner and wife visited in Craigs Sunday Carroll Snedegar of near Ow MltSlIeliUpper Prickly Ash i Aiva Chandler is a little better of his illness Willie Hamiltons baby Opai has whooping cougb Wm Everman is able toe out1 OweniHorsemans baby isbet- ter John Stone is still p oily x Whtejland Sunday tf V- Johri OakieaIidson of Roe s Run yrere guests of Will Hamilton and wife Sunday I coqununity49yenrs1 s life killed a bird a rabbit squir gunTeffs 7 years old and never fired a g in his life unI Mrs Zimmerman is visiting her grandson Frank Green at Farm e Mrs Fannie Chandler has been on the sick list for a week but is better Olvmola Mrs Bessi Teal and son were the guests of her father Charles Fowler and family Saturday and Sunday Regular services here next Sat urday night and Sunday Mrs Lizzie Williams was the guest of friends at Salt Lick the past week WarrenandJdaughter latters brother Sam Tom Jackson the first of last week but were sisteriimo iiiii iTaiuci vviiuoc imm i was very low Misses Ethel Swarts and Annie Shultz visited friends in Salt Lick from Saturday till Monday Miss Grace Turner of Spencer was the guest of here this week John Martin and wifeof Sharps burg were guests of his sister weekIsn r far i near Open Grove schoolhouse James Penix was in Salt Lick Saturday on business thas0 Ball and moved to it the past week 7ill siBorn March 1 to Perry Staton and wife a fine boy Perry is some better Jas Penix reports satisfactory progress with school also with his writing school which he holds at night t h1 r k tL I IakinThe recent done hill land But very few tobacco beds have been sown on account of so much j rain oflIguests of Allen Campbell and wife several days last week Mrs Clem Riddle is better ofther illness Kelley Dentons baby whic- hIh been poorly with whooping cough is betterIMisses Bertha and Bessie DayI o h CereGrangeCityv n heAlbert Vice Sr sold a horse to Tom Hunt for 120 Nace Vice bought three hogs of J R Gray for 12 On Wednesday Mar 10 Elmer Maddox and Miss Etna Daugh erty went to Owingsville and were married They returned to the 31frIendsthe youngestdaughter of John Daugh rty and wife and is a fine young lady The groom is a son of Charles Maddox and wife who now reside in Indiana and a grandson of 1 N Powell Their attendants were Grover Whitton and Miss Effie Hedrick Farmers Another good tide in the rivera brought an immense timber to this marketlThe new was ed to R R Cassity He will be gin collecting toll at once Mrs E L Teal and baby vis ted her parents Chas E Fowl er and wife Saturday and Sun day The mills are all running full time with timber enough to keep them busy all summer Earl RatlifF of Owingsville ar rived here Friday with a box ball flourishingbusiness Quite a number ofour people attended Court at Moreli week t The case against Marion Myers of this for shooting Wm- Alexander was Continued in the Ci c XW iHsthd NimCoburn of Olive Hill Vvcut fo Sulnhur Saturday rV r rt a Kennedy visited rolativ es atb tick last week i MrsGF Kennedy wife of eyestiealingaSaturday night about 1 oclock a house owned by Licking j River Lumber Co in the west end of town Was d2stroyedby vacantIThe loss is about 800 no doubt covered by insurance Grange City Wm McGregor of Hillsboro was a visitor at Alpheus Vices at Okla Sunday He was accom panied by Audrey Colliver for a weeks visit Miss Fannie Colliver began a spring school l1ere Monday Miss Elizabeth Bradley tained the following young poS Saturday andSunday Misses Blanche Newman Era Kissick Era Havens Sheila McKee of Hillsboro and Fannie Colliver Messrs Rusell Pierce Tommie Rigdon andMarshall Hawkins oftHillsborp On Mondaylas John and James 3 Rawlings were crossing Slate at the Fpige Mill they came very near being drbwned The water was so high and so swift that the wagon arid all would have been washed a yft it had not been for the hevyIoad on the wagon Russell Price left Monday for Germantown where he has a position Mrs Frank Hawk o f Mays ville visited Mrs Victoria New man one day last week Joseph Dalrymple and wife of Sunset visited Samuel Watson and family Sunday Marion Story sold a cow to J H Colliver for 4250 Ed McKee sold to L S Ratliff a calf for 10 Doff Smoot sold to S M Wal ton four shoats for 15 Elder Cassity will preach two trial sermons here on the fourth Sunday morning and night Walter Browning and wife of Hillsboro visited Samuel Watson and family Sunday Crooks Mrs D S Nixon is improving Mrs Henry Johnson is quite sick John Bailey of Forge Hill was Iti uMt of his sister Mrs D S iereSunday I Wi D S Nixon vitt his daugh tel Mrs Dave Gilbert at Midland Saturday John McGlotHtr and bride nee Miss Elizabeth P weBof Clark county wereguests of his aunt Mrs S V Thnson the past weekElder J Vilhoit and son Reuben 01 uympian Springs neighborhood attended church h Sundayighter Mrs Chester Ginter WB Henry of Stepstone vis ited his sister Mrs Geo Carmi chael here Sunday Wallace McNab sold to Sam v Johnson two heifers for 42 Tom rouch sold three head of cattle same for 42 Catlett Clark returned last week from West Virginia where head been at work Squire John A Clark moved ught10fj vacated by Clark on the Gudgell f armdLeslie Utterback and Miss Rosa Conlev both of the Steps one neighborhood were married here at R E Woods Wednesday Mar 10 1909 by Eld Wesley Blavens They were accompanied by several young folks from Stepstone May happiness and prosperity tend them bRoyvisited S F Deal Sunday Miss Sarah LeeFoley will teach a spring school at the Fassett schoolhouse Mrs Sarah Taul of near Car isle came Saturday to visit rela tivesMrs Richard Wills and daugh ters Misses Ethel and Elizabeth of Ewington visited friends here Monday goodjudgment toosoonaWe hear it reported that some farmerS have tobacco plants up Jim Groves continues to grow weaker There is no hope of re covery Miss Sarah Lee Foley visited relatives on Flat Creek last week Bridges Bros sold to Fesler 8 Co a Jay Bird gelding for 250 citizcnsdeclare pcounfrand hffA- l1riete g i irticTesof Itvirri have got so ghatpeople are pointWouldntthatbeJ bacco Some people will tell you that with 5c tobacco things would not be so high Try it again tinB F Faulk of Camargo was a visitor here from Saturday till Monday gotintoR L Tipton Claude Foley and J M Bigstaff and 47 head were killed and fully as many wounded Some men who never believed in the Burley Society and took fOJfear musIThos H Carr and sisters Miss esFrances and Elizabeth of Mt Sterling visited the family of D L Goodan Sunday The smallpox scare at Judy has subsided The citizens declare there has been no smallpox there Lat fall a disease somewhat re sembling chickenpox began going through the country Those who had it early paid little attention to it As winter wore on the dis ease became a little more severe and about three weeks ago the news began tp circulate that it was smallpox A mii1en smaUpoxandthe antine The citizens cuouslyand the quarantine was abandoned During the three or four months that the disease had been in the community onlyfour or five persons had been in bed more than a day or two at a time on account of it It looks a little like genuine smallpox would have done more damage SATISFIED HERGeorge had been away a whole week on busi ness and in that time had sent Clara ten letters six lettercards postcardsVhi a touch of coldness in her greet ing when he flew to her arms on his return home Dearest he saidHwhat is the matter Oh George she sakL Hyou didntsend a in your ninth letter I 1 reJhad per that night and you v idnt have liked a kiss after ionstwould you And such is the unfa tisIficdi J J J 1Jr it au1 dob Printing 1 r j Why not have THE OUTLOOK do your printing e We can do it as welt and as cheaply as you can k have itdoneeIsewaerequa and con l Vi sideredaRun over this list and see if there isnt something in it you need Letterheads Noteheads Envelopes Bill heads Statements v Pamphlets Invitations Blank Forms of all kinds We have both rag and bond or linen vriting paper ruled and unruled for typewriter rag und bond envelopesaWe put writing papers in tablets with bloting if so desired We have for sale in any quantity blank eeds mortgages and oil leasesIAddress THE OUTLOOK OWINGSVILLE KY gdrugist1 am Been in the business anum er of years I have Understand your trade thoroughly IupYesThat is your certificate hang ing over there Itis Well give me 5 cents worth of tooth powder AN wwof his humor for use in his libret toes In the early days of his success when Gilbert and Sulli v e irscomic opera field a young woman hPinaforeGilbert telling him of her approaching marriage with a young i familyGilbert hoplhatous and happy I OnlYa little more than a month assed and another letter from samei cirLr hi tientWthb c feptedHe again replied that he had handhIttetterinformed him that young Lord had and that she had accepted him after breaking her engagement with No 2abwithstandwrote T desire to congratulate you on your approaching marriage with he plac d an asterisk and in a footnoteadded Here insert the name of the happy manEnglish Paper GOOD LIEt There arc scores capturingbut not one of them is having the hiswoodsman daythatpelts and there have been times when the catch reached eighty fiveMr Perkins attributes these results to conscientious work and the additional fact that he uses wildcats to catch the muskrats It may not be generally un derstood said Mr Perkins that tofkilling for the pure sport of the thing just as the common house at finds leasure in sordinaryOf course it required some pains to teach the wildcats not to tear the pelt and to bring the muskrats to the cabin after they had been caught By being pa tient and treating my wildcats gently I at last brought them to a high state of development Indeed they went furthe r than I hoped for Finding that much time was from the lake to the cabin they divided up the work some of the wildcats devoting their time to slaying while others acted as la borers and brought in the car- scasses One of the rarest of furbear ing animals is the sivergray fox whose skin is worth from 200 to 600 That it was possible to artificially produce a silvergray fox skin was not thought within the range of mans ingenuity until this winter M F Murphy late showihatHe simply takes a fox ofordi intelliIgencen m tf t tReceiptsLabelsSC arc 12lfJo4cPosters Dodgers co papercover 1 proposed h t w v The hound pursues his quarry with fierce intensity without be ing able to harm the fox arid in good time scares the animal so much that its hair turns white F3 This can often be done in a single w n s 1Mrshortly go into the business en a large scale He tried the same experiment tIansformthemouldnt scare worth a centJ5Charley George has two homing possums which he is using tt catch other possums They work conscientiously and are bringing n a steady income Mr Georgeacquiredthetrain ed animals from a dealer wlio ad spent much time in educat them i pr several weeks they were kept confined until they1 be came familiar with their stir roundings They were also fed upon wholesbriie but npt ridh f and no painsweresparedtmake them contented and happy f1 Aftera little while tey e f lreleas d0l e lg1 Tys em fthem fforiSeylXf ri for he woous Next hiorniiijvSJrv eorge wOnt out to th en and r iiound two strange pOssum sleej with the trained animal The I wildones wer killed arid their ides taken off i Every night since then theDossumshaye taken their into the surrounding couri ry and have lurcdto the George ome many fat possums whose lFpelts are worth considerablemoney iMorton Watkins a woodsman nd trapper of some npte h aJ een haying fair luck since win opened catching lyrix ffhiK is a wary animal and quite rareK tbut the high prices given for the f t ieffortsIn takingthe bea i eu n ri JgJsimust used v The method Mr W 1gmganimal onvinced that other links ore near wanders forth from his place of concealment and thus falls an easy prey When there is sn won the tovusetheis something of a vocalist con ceals himself behind a fallen tree and sings a song entitled Links of rThisanimal to its doom and as it f comes within ieasonable distance he trapper with one migKty swppp fells it with a club Asa rule he does not like toUilTtlT ilynx with music since ne or tA notes are very apt to cut rF1hAmerican r WisAHElLittleHarrywith Ii h and was being y taught natural historyby his gov erness through the instrumental ity of a game The game was called Barnyard One child was a duck another turkey while a third was a calf and saona noisy delightful game But little Harry remained in all the tumult as still as death Far off in the corner he crouched silent and alone The governess him approached saying indignantly on Harry and play with us Hush answered Harry Tvv am paying an egThe Circle M iIagazmeRial dentists of course cant be expected to pull together f Sane people never recomize an opportunity unless it is liabeled Physical culture doesnt nece sarily make a woman strbrTt j nfded rtl 5fr