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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j PI r i t h c r iI t i ji r t t 1 thinOill flhtoCI4 f 1 t x OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY APRIL I 1909 NO 38 j ii f Ir 11 SUBSCRIBERSJ If fULs li new postal rulI4t f enforced fbscrJ bers who L i V VTJIE OUTLOOKIf lt Continf c f them should watch d their address labels 4 and see that the date i 4- 4k is ahead of th date of a the next issue of the f paper The y ir for which a paper is paid Ye for indicated thus y iSjio meaning that the subscription is 7 paid to January 15 1910 s = k Subscribe for TIlE OUTLOOKI rfis Bring your job worktoJ office fHEI a l Twentyfour PHOTOS a I fulia Elliotts paid for residence eggs j MRS D S ESTILL v r Nice line of latest style wall Y paper at T M Perry Cos 374ttW The women were out in force t Saturday to attend the millinery 4 4 openings gar1f1II RBBrothers NOWiSihC time to plant Jpea You can get the I l Lri 0 m bulkat R B Brothers sweetj The much talked of seed potath from Ireland is now Vori sajeatjBob Brothers We have a nice line of latest t tyI lU paper ro pupl I4 Co f Iwillae you mondyi on ijoeqs tbquf ht of me cI sESTu j nexrinftpi rtr1IU AI 1 is sup f pe4fr ngtagirweedJ N tions tido1lir Ker orMmentst ai1dLW1twe t next day itK Thosefinht pencilmark at th tq JrOtTLOOKlll t ptekseknow i tion Jief dsilooking after Get you fishing tackle wall l piper picWre frames and garden eeds at J M Brothers drug I rstore 3841 Elder WT Donaldson of Em Thence agent of the Lexingtonp i Bible College 4 ChristinChuroh Sundarmght1 tti r Best calico 56 muslins ging bamswhitegoodsofall kinds at4 less you can buy them else where for cash MRSrD S STILL I c3FoR RENT Storeroora 20x40 fr if Mn4cellatteornerJeff n r U on or address 4 4 iJ l1iW HonakerV Owingsville v v tf f NwMILLaYJliaveopen r ifKl arnillin y 3partment in our r 1tt at 17oinin i Everything- I ji 4 nowandfrMILr XQe hclscor Y UIa V InY call 874t y M DANDbRs N ftt t Ix tTbt opened ecliarr4dcrthe- I i oTilrgCo Your p 1J IS flu also de ISvIJv1t ie4L iriton t I fFLOOD- s 13 r IrLI J W oL wiIllle onyppMI L WU IW 1 of a 1 t lr 4tLern lp4lJ 3oor Th lot LW 1 afronthdl Mi it i ft porct 4 It aa wf built hodt- 4 r uouIIe th town if 4 the forks oftlie Wyomingsand i t Mclntyres Ferry iks Fox s7 s ifiiforawdon call 6n r address rfi- r John W Hohaker Fp 4 II a 4 PERSONAL Wm Atchison has been sick the past week Ray Patterson of Winchester visitedrelatives here this weeky weekiMrsday from a visit at Mt Sterling Sharpsburg dayMrs John Scott went the past relI his new business Alex Conner and wife went to Lexington Monday the latter for medical treatment Mrs A T Byron returned the past week from a visit to her pa rents at Falmouth Mrs Mary Metcalfe accompanied her mother Mrs Lane home Mt Sterling returning Friday Ito Miss Grace Whaley visited the of her grandfather James Riddle on White Oak the past weekA W Bascom accompanied by Dr AW Walden went to Lex ington Tuesday afternoon to have- a surgical operation performed Emil Peters of Georgetown weekIday to take a position in his store at Georgetown Misses Nellie Tribot and Nan nie Peed came home the past week from the Eastern Ky Normal school at Richmond Miss Nannie will return rlnthe lat part of the week Harry McKee of Chicago vis 1is siter MrsAheCcnner l ddys the pst4k nd esday for a vis AIRtill fb r 11 vldtkP attanifeof j1 Sterling wer guestseof Mr Pieratts sister Mrs Auin Boaz Saturday and Sunday leaving Monday to Visit lames Clark arid family near Roy noldsville j Bige Wells Jr of SJaCreek rode a hundreddollar mare to Flemingsbltfg Court arid she died the Wednesday folloving of lung feverI TOBACCO NEwS The A S of E Tobacco News published at Winchester has been received by THE OUTLOOK Itisofvparticu ar interest to growers tQbacco 100 REWARD The destruction of tobacco beds in certain Darts of the State has caused Gov Willsoh to offer at reward of 100 for the apprehension and convic of any person wilfully destroying the tobacco bed of another INCREASED STOCKI want the people of Hath county to inspect my stock offurniture v en ing of buying this spring I have increased my furniture business until I can now supply any kind ou want at the lowest prices cash or credit T S SHROUT 38t DiED IN MISSOURI Mrs Lot tie ndied of spinal menin gitiatCmden Point Missouri March 19 She was the wife of Lee Duncan and a daughter pf John A Trumbo Jr and a niece of James W Emmons of this town She is survived by her nusbaudandfive children MOONSHINE STILL DESTROYED Deputy United States Marshal Sam Jackson and posse captured and iietroyed anearly new moon shineTwhisky distillery together with about 400 gallons of beer alldns of whisky The dikHliry was found under a ledge of rockiii a range of cliffs very k1t t access not far from tiii village ofWyatt Elliott couii b AiidjBrown and Ben Black Ng arteted last Friday morn c opecatorsof the 1meofHarredsburg tQr e ted ornething0f a lstweek ihen he p led I t st tpr Wd sin l 1i lmei wuandcoflty Me h li w iiIreqiir d tzkec The was lsM tinthtd- norciiig tqntd 1 1t f REPORTS CORRECTED From reports printed recently it would twentyfiveof 1906 and 1907 which was made by the Burley Society some time mdcfcated by the facts in the case From time to time we saw ac counts of large quantities thrown Societyforother times wq heard that certain independent buyers had repudiated their contracts The Executive Committee of the Burley Society was in session here yesterday and the day be fore and say that none of these things are true Out of a total of about thirty six thousand hogsheads sold the independents less than two hun dred and fifty were rejected on account of being funked This is a small proportion much less than one per cent This tobacco has been reappraised at a lower price and will be taken by the original purchasers One firm to which was allotted wholelamountfound itself in a somewhat em barrassed condition financially and for a while it seemed as if this sale would have to be can celled Arrangement have been made we understand for financial assistance and it will take and pay for its allotment Some of the independents are a little slow about receiving and paying for their tobacco but this is The Burley Tobacco SOC- Iety is all right and their sales are all right Winchester Democrat IN MEMORY Tlv death angel has again been h 11 midst and taken one of ou u arest treas ures George WiUh tones little son of C G and LZLJones who was born Oct 719i nnd died March y 1909of t Iread dis ease di neria T little one iWa3 S onlf5jya and p tint u Alt WRJ W hepoWc o medical le 1ut W 1WiUit- Kmkiandf loving icnds andi n watched wtth dis tretaeSparents to1 the untimely Mid which came all too soon Oh how they will miss the lit Ltleiehildish voice arid those little feet as they ran around with childish glee But grieve not dear ones as those that have no hope Only try to think that yourMoss is anothers gain and remember that Christsaid Suf fer little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the kingdom of heaven His little sister will sadly miss the close companionship of her little brother Weep not for your beloved one is not dead Iatwas aged two years five months and twelve days bereaved family have the heartfelt sympa thy of the community in their sad loss Death has robbed us of our treasureIAnd the angels have him now Where no pain or death row Come tocloudpurdarlingsBrow The precious one from us has gone A voice we loved is stilled A place is vacant in our home That never can be filled ADA UP WITH TIlE T1MEsT S Shroutis always up with the times and therefore is ever ready with the nicest uptodate things that can be bought He added to his undertaking business this spring a new silvergray funeral car rubbertired a new closed bevel glass rubbertired carriage which he furnishes with his hearse free eflcostia new undertakers bug new undertakers wag on With all these nice vehicles added to what he already used in his undertaking business he is as well fixed as the undertakers of most large cities which the people of this county do appreciate very much for nothing is too nice or too good to use when our loved ones are called to their rest SUED FOIDiVORCE Mrs Miller Ayers is now at the o ofhEr parents Ged E Coleman axidwffo itMt Sterling and has b for divorce against hehwfcan Cok Mott Ayers of lowho was state Fire Mar ali under Beckhams adminis Urmioru Col Ayers and his wife Ulfed frmthe Olympian Springs antgomarrifRI in the summer of1904 k 3lairiyi snowy sunshiny win rsummeryi springlike de scrib 4ihevweatherrtovM r I ftiJi IfJrt i II t t dtt w ili r qs t 1 1 f S i 1 RAILROADBoND TROUBLES The old trouble about collecting a tax to pay off the bonds issued by Carter and Boyd counties in 1853 in aid of the Elizabethtown railroadIcause originally partlyThe bonds were sold the road was never built and the Federal theholdersground that they were innocent purchasers It is quite likely that there was a swindle of the people of those believingthat utmostJW newspaper man of Falmouth has had the appointment as collector on the part of the bondholders for several years Bath county issued 150000 in bonds for the same purpose and had to pay with accrued interest in the eighties Some four hun dred thousand dollars was Baths paymentThere was a call by Peck on Gov Wilson for troops to aid in the collection CHARGED WITH SEDUCTION Floyd Alexander was arrested at Hagerstown Ind by Deputy broughthereSheriff Crooks secured requisition from the Governor of Ken tucky which was honored by the Governor of Indiana Alexander was arrested on charge of sedu cing Flora Myers the 16year old daughter of Ed Myers of the eastern part of the county Alexander gave 500 bail and was re leasedIThe father of the girl ha io brought suit against Alex kfor 50it damages NEW r SH STORE Having secured pirt flf thii storeroom oc cupied b P I hisont old trifJ51st ing hats and shoes ladies and chilurtiis AIriS strictly for cash and iSIng the work myself I can ave you money in your purchases qf this line Any patronage given me appreciatedvery L D BROTHER AT REDUCED PnIcEsr have already got in thirtyfive new buggies since March 1 and have fifteen new buggies I carried over from last fall In order to make room for acarload to be shipped April 20 I will sell these fifteen buggies at fronilO to 15 off what they sold at last season So if you want to save money come in and get one before they are gone I have plenty of Ratter BuggyColect from at the lowest prices cash or credit T S SHROUT 383t CITY SCHOOL TAX wings ville City School tax is past due and all owing this tax must call ThompsonTreasurer Positively a six per cent pen alty will be added May 1st and we will proceed to advertise and collect by law 3841 By order of School Board- S DV THOMPSON Treas Two COLORED CITIZENS DIED Two wellknown old colored men of town died the past week nightandHenryVaughan night They were both wellbe haved and industrious men and had the respect of the community WHALEYBARBER John Wha ley son of Tolliver Whaley and wife of this town and Miss Fan nie J Barber daughter of James Landon Barber and wifeof Nay lors Branch were married Wed nesday March 24 by Elder Geo W Mills HE KNEW THE REASONA rather pompous looking deacon in a c was asked to take charge of a class of boys during the absence of the regular teacher While endeavoring to impress upon the young men the importance of living a Chris tian Jife the following question was propoundedWhy call me a Chris tian boys the worthy dignita ry asked standing very erect and smiling down tqi r them Because they dont know you1 was ready answer of a brighteyed little boy responding to the ingratiating smile with one equally guileless and winning I4ppincotts Magazine t r Jt Vlv L11If I l u 1 MINISTERIThe first call and was waiting in the drawing roomfor mamma Little sister and her elder were holding an earnest confab in the hall You dasnt said the elder in tenSe small tones You just see said little sis ter proudly And she danced off into the drawing room an angel ic figure in daintiest white her big blue eyes innocent and con fidingWhen mamma appeared just as little sister danced out of the drawing room door again she thought the expression of the minister seemed rather curious and that he seemed to be making an effort to control it also his manner seemed embarrassed and his call was very brief The little maiden was immediately sum hadINothing much she faltered Tell me exactly what you said to him demanded mamma Itit wasnt anything much just a little story Edith and I had made up to tell the janitors lit tle girls They were down therein the yard when you made us come up yesterday and they told us such yarns mamma You never heard such things So we made up a story to tell them and Edith dared me to tell it to the minister and I did And what was it Tell me what you said Ic wasnt any anything much the small voice faltered I Just told him that my papa came home last night as drunk as he could be and kicked my mamma over and jumped up and down on her stummck And mamma the minister did look so funny and sprised THE SPIRIT MOVED HIM An old negro preacher approached a southern physirir i and offere4 a scap of paper Please sah rtd dat bo saidI i Thejjhysiciatvjfprrtidiitrlwbe lo- Ul y rt vrnei t1n w war a SLt1 v vook Vt8tY 7 genuine iaria feliaa e specrC or malaria t1 But you havent dninalaria- uncle i none of it around here at all he assured the old iria- nWhaVddtieyhatjitde wustf then asked curiously Its pretty bad downxm Cy physiriiantoldhim twenty miles away A few days later the physician was passing the old fellows cab in and observed hjm climbing up on a rickety wagon piled high with household goods Moving Uncle Ned Where are you going he asked manIa call De spirit done move me to- go wuck in deLords vineyard on de banks ob ribber Harpers Weekly A WARM RECEPTIONA mem ber of Congress was going home late one night when he met a young man who was satisfactorily loaded The Congressman hap pened to know where the young man lived and kindly guided him home The Congressman had no sooner pulled the bell than the door was thrown wide open and a tall husky woman made her appearance She never said a wordbut grabbed the young man by the collar and shook him until she fairly loosened his teeth then into the hall she took him and slammed the door The door was suddenly thrown open a second time and his friend flew out of it as if thrown by a catapult At the foot of the stairs helanded and the Congressman picked him up Very much frightened and considerably sobered the young man gasped We dont live here we moved last weekI WHY THEY DONT SPEAKA young lady whose beauty is equal to her bluntness in conversation was visiting a house where other gits were assembled among tnernthe eldest son of a rich man ufacturer The talk turned on matrimonial squabbles Said the eligible parti I hold that the correct thing for the husband is to begin as he intends to go on Say that the question was one of smoking Almost immediately I would show my intentions b y lighting a cigar and settling the question forever And I would knock the thing out of your mouth crieateim perious beauty Do you know rejoined the young man I dont think you would be there Subscribe for TIlE OUTLOOK I 44 vuLcAN PLOWS jare the cheapest for they are the best are the lightest draft and the strongest plow The points always fit We have the best handmade wagon brcechingblihbdks r check lines etc all kinds ofcollars hames chains and iachine made harness When you buy my I Handmade Saddles and Hatest are the cheapest for they weir longest 4 EUCENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KV 7 r RACKET STORE rl EVERYTHING FOR EVERYBODY 7Eightday Clocks 198 Alarm Clocks 65c Oil Cans 20c Eightqt Covered Buckets 20c Sixqt Covered Buckets 15c Fowrqt Covered Buckets lOc Twoqt Covered Buckets 8c Oneqt Covered Buckets 5c Twoqt Cups 5c Oneqt Cups 4c Oqpt Cups 2c or 3 for 5c Tin Dippers large lOc Tin Pans of all kinds Granite Dippers 15c and Dish Pans SOc Pans white lined size li qts to 4 qts 25 20 1815c Sad Irons per pound 4c Wire rat traps 30c Clothes Pins 4 doz for 5c Hoyts Spring rat traps 3 for lOc Fire Shovels lOc 10c Baskets Boxes Padlocks 20c 25c all bAmericanBrown Cotton die lOeSA c JPinsc- Hair 5c Dont forget and 5cent counters te j r The Highest Cash Price Paid Poultry ant ti JaR MAXFY s a 1 1 r ik oi WE i Y f tq t itf- TSJ UR BI kI HENRY WATTESQI4g13d1 4hf 1 1jeWIs NewspaierDemoerati h politics It prints all news orfavori ThejegularpriceisjLOOa17 but you can get WEEKLY IERJOURNAL and THE OUTLOOK One Year for 160 If you will give or your orderto this papernot the Courier Jburnal n8ll COllrOJOllrll81 6 1 aYco JO nrD f We you combination rate fDaiIy or Sunday if you will write t to this paper FREE jt mTOUR OF EUROPE f1Cincinnati Commercial Tribune f ill forty from Iq r IldKentuckyonaseveIweeks ftrtrip tENGLAND SCOTLAND HOLL tZ1AND BELGIUM SWITZERLAND 41 GERMANY and FRANCE IVill be one of the party JFor full information reaI Cmi J L cinnati COI1merclahTribuneJ DEATH IN ARIOUS FORMS A crank came running inlo the office and said a man had swallow ed a twofoot rule and died by inches The editor startedout once to learn further particulars of the death and meeting D r Martin told him about the case He said that was nothing that he had a patient once who swallowed a thermometer and died by degrees fA bystanders chipped in One of them said it reminded him of a fellow In Kansas who swallowed a pistol and off easy The other one said he had a who a applejack and died good spirits Exchange Popular men are as of other as popular gi- rlsCOAL I for sale at my place on Jefferson street Coal Lime Sand Cement BRICKiat as low rate as any can furnish these articlesAUSTiN BOAZ r1 fJ krt t 1IJIiit i iI Bread Pans IOC Chair Seats 12c Steel Frying Pans 5d Lunch 10 8c 25 15 lOeIPoultry sold on CASHtIguarantee Stock Food of kinds 50 25c Shirting Cotton 10 8J 7i 6ic 8J 7J 6ic Bleached Cotton 12J 10 7J Drapery line of new Em Needles per paper Pins 10 Gum yd 10 5c Jour 25 10 are comp For tlc EWl Y aN1tionaf the withouf the L Both send S nr or can give cut on IWI take svcmen diana 4 L 41 you Thes at of just then went friend took quart of in each haVe one Food Web Suc THe Ohio Na Alter n girl is engaei her i Jmother ceasesto revise her let If ters rr p yr M 1aselfmadema expects i his mOttof himJ An ounce of seeing tyourself I 1 is worth a pound of VvManyhe is a girl is only courtr ing a throwdown I Jf i MONUMENTS t J hiiN l1 ifJ 9 I have ever carrie Will sell aa low as the lowest Call and see 1R H CONNER 3710 I Jo r i M dJill UlUdlflyilldl iitiuq Everything for jO chard Law fti4rWrite s- iiT i Itk v I ZfTRED lPPlIIRE3 f j la It nature faking when a man ii XJV learns natures secrets and beats her- i IJtfat her own game That la a question debatelh 5i rial either for the story we have to Ilcl4 ten Is liot based upon conjecture hut tact Sapphires real precIous stones j c j are1ow being made and can bo pro daced to sell at a profit for 24 francs tacarat or say about 475 More than6 t w at the method is comparatively e t 1 sjoV ter the exposure of the wonder I a vana mysterious methods of manu turtag diamonds by a Frenchman I tjBew announcements of oj f v jtabrlcatloB of precious stones are g Ir 2 f wltb dJI restral t on J UUlal It remll vcr that azfther French t e a 70 r enSlaeer lI s itfed th P nip ciiat Is a- ia thatiwbat I 1 0 M the manEta of + Y li the Quantity of iattf it4S 1rduce the result COB discoverer has not bee t ilBto his laboratory IB It and show them the dt4 and also to tell them i r the material used con- jP k q1a7 person desires to duplicate he say be told that ail that aw4 required Isa quantity of clay and q an oxide colorant Then too be will T04 ire aa apparatus ef which the 1 aaiB feature Is an oxyhydrogen blow fplpe and be secessary cyliudereo- fII s f gee to feed the Iater Jt Is very l1ete8 J 7 ary to know how It to obtain I r the kind of results which crown M Ir L Paris efforts but that is a mere de jl tall M Part a very reUrng and mod eat discoverer and the first inkling the world that is to say the scientific i world had of biz wonderful discovery Lr i r was the announcement made at are 41 4k cent BieetlBg of the Academy of Set Jfo Bee at Paris when communication lrmlIl11waalfad An enterprising rtt tr Paris journal sought him outand 1 4 W both correspondent and photographer fjV worked e the aubjecunUlthlr Arrested from the Inventor the method of his twentieth century alchemy f t tijP It Is probable that M Parts had his attftUoB directedto the manufacture Itf of predoaa stones from the growing t j1 dea4 among engineers for some cheap MbstltHte fcc the diamond IB t drilllsg Iti was fonn4when work on of t1 1 f tlt ll lItanUndergro9ld Rail l tX way IB Paris was begun in cer i1 tile parts ef the line near the Seine t there was a subsoil so soft and cozy c i Aat U seemed that nothing would eon P trel It while the tube was being run tc throsgh It r An lBgeBloBS engineer suggested e tt H that If the quicksands could be frozen they wight ee rendered almost as hard 4 1 Y I as rock and while in this condition Uleltbe bored with a diamond i i tIlL The merest tyro In the jewelry I trade knows that although there are t44b cheep diamonds It would require a antIif cIentquantItitoenable th m to be 4 itt need ext netvelrln boring works Tao FIXED a A WltnDelICrlbedlt Answer Was tMGreor Less Embarrassing a tA8Qitherlil greisman who for t 8117 pracUced law In MIssissIppi 1 Stells of namtising case he once triM 0 in that Ital Ho was then a 61 f ca the omce of his uncle a Cot Martin I t who Igured In local politics fI The niala flguroin the trlai was a v I IH7 darky named Dick Sutton arrest 1 at the Instance of his wife who Pf4V 1 1qd that be contributed nothing to t r1 I ort and to workI I examinatIon of Sutton t J t hl3 fixed Income t Y i i Jl I the term j If 1 f expression r4 I s aid not for r o I 1 1 1 ploymont-J fJlf SiUoi at 1 J Jne could 4 f col1naelBcofre Io o J k r 4ha La d L J too 1 r JorJ SLt J I otl 1 ltt I 11 I 1 rb 1 1 L1tfl i s 4 1 l tw z i lb 11 p v A ff 5 + 7 t 0 necessity of a hard drill in this work is duo to the fact that It is essential that tho boring proceed quickly for the reason that hardness of tho sol Is obtained by artificial temperatures in Itself a costly operation With the production of artificial sapphires it is claimed a now substitute is at hand for tbo expensive diamond dust Tbs new stones also permit of larger drills and consequently greater expedition in forcing the borings Minute diamonds have before this been produced in laboratory experi ments but In no sense In commercial quantities or at a cost below that of the genuine stone As a matter of fact the artificial diamond is m iro of a than tho real article al though the production is an achieve ment to be admired and to make man feel that he has done something On the other hand however the sapphire of M Paris is a commercial arUcle and Is produced In commercial quantities and at so small a cot that it Is believed that new uses for the stones will be found They have all the char acter bf the stones of nature They have the color the hardness or spo ciflc gravity of the genuine sapphire and can be sold nt a flgunq below that of stoneInbeglnnh uses most delicately balanced scales so contrived that they answer to the nr3l traction o a i 3 pelt of the Tfperatloa rnustb- ovuctetrwith the reatest attention 3dwltb precisen vfor the variation of a miilegramzno 3 much on too Ht tie of the powder means the failure ef the experiment Into one of the buckets ef the little balance the In ventor puts his powders composed of two partsi one of them of an alumin out clay and the other of an oxide col oring substance Here Is the real se cret of the operationthe peculiar kind ot clay to be used and the quan tit to be mixed Those are small for the stones now being manufactured are comparatively small The next operation Is to place this soft powder In crucibles made of a refractory earth This crucible then Is deposited Ina furnace heated by oxyhydrogen gas by means of a shovel with a tang handle This resembles the implement used by bakers to place their dough In their ovens The cru cible which Is placed in a heavy oil is left In the furnace for several hours where it Is attacked by a beat of 1700 degrees centigrade or about 3000 degrees Fahrenheit After a lapse of time necessary for this stage of the transmutation to be completed the crucible withdrawn and its contents placed in a jar termed a semeuse which may be translated as meaning the germinating receptacle In shape It Is not unlike a flower potai1d also looks like a largo car ridge The operative puts more pow der Into this semeuse and then after sealing It places It In a special ly oxy hydrogen blowpipe furnace These furnaces are protected by a sheetIron front and are watched operaUvesHerethe grees centigrade The Powder is al lowed to drop from the supported jar through a funnel to the heat ed point of a blowpipe and as it falls the drop Iq formed by contact with the free air Into a beautiful blue and translucent sapphire It la then ready for the cutting which proceeds In exactly the same manner as with the natural one These artificial sapphires have been found to resemble In the cutting the real article and excepting for the shape Protection for Street Sweepers Street sweepers of Chicago and Bos ton carry a tiny electric lampon their1 caps to keep from being run over lU lr 4IIAD A INCOME student refused kdY luxury slowly I I think I has a fixed Income sab said he- And what is the fixed income was the next question Well ash answered Dick with a broad grin In the direction of Col MarOndecoolneJ dero nt ers give me fo dollars an a sack o flour on lection day Valuable Scientific Discovery Prof Florence baa devised a new method of examlnlag and photograph ApplyIngtraces of blood on weapons he was able to recognize distinctly red bvwd corpuscles which had escaped discov ery oy expert examiners The method which susceptible of other Ulan medicolegal applications is characi tertz d by the fact that the Iig by which the objectvis Illuminated is ad mitted into the ube of the microscope whence it Is reflected by prisms to the objectv glass which coavergu It upoa the object ti T 3 r 4 VIHCEHNE8 MYSIEY SOLVED THAT MRS CULBERTSON ENDED OWN LIFE IS PROVEN Mrs Longwell of Chicago Vindicated by Developments In Strange Death of Former Nurse Vlnccnnes InThat Mrs Jessie Leo Overton Culbertson was not slain by a jealous rival but ended her own lifo has been proven by evidence dis covered by tho police Friday Of this there Is no doubt and her husband and relatives have tearfully acknowledged that their suspicions that she was killed at the Instigation of another woman for jealous revenge were unfounded Tho body of a minia Iltowhen she was discovered gagged In tho shed near her home last Wednesday after swallowing carbolic acid was picked up near the scene of the tragedyIt concealed beneath a pile ofTdebris where the disheartened had placed It after she removed the head and attached It to tho threaten- Ing letter which sho thought would lead the authorities to believe sho was murdered for revenge This toy skeleton Mrs Culbertson Is known to have had In her possession months ago Positive proof that the suicide wrote tIe anonymous threatening letters totherself has also been established ktter she wroto to her husband at Bridgeport Is written on station cry similar to that upon which was penned tho anonymous notes Tho water mark on the paper is the same on all the anonymous notes as that on the stationery found In the dead wom ans trunk When the water mark was showed to tho bereaved husband and his parents they shook their heads and silently yielded to the revelation that there had been no murder committed It was Mrs Etta I ngwell 708 Mad ison street Chicago formerly of Vln cennes whom the Culbert sons and Joshua Drazolton the stepfather of tho young husband had been led to suspect by the despondent Jessie sought to Injure her Now they want to have it understood that if they were mistaken that tho accused Chicago woman may establish proof that their charges to the police were unfounded Her name should be cleared by all means said Culbertson I cannot understand why Jessie should kill her settShe was strange though now that all this has happened to recall many things She never would tell me about her past except in a general way She cald her father and mother were dead I have heard that she for merly lived in Waco Tex and In Dublin Test where she Is said to haven brother I havo tried to communi cate with relatives but cannot get any word from them pf LPdUcHughes opened a letter written to hitby his wife before they were married This letter displayed the despondent nature ot tho girl I MINERS WILL NOT STRIKE Decide to Remain at Work After April 1 Scranton Pa Reaffirming the demands already presented to the oper ators the anthracite miners Wednes daY night voted tcj remain at work after April 1 allowing the district exec utive boards of the hard coal fields of Pennsylvania to continuo their efforts to get an agreement satisfactory to the men The miners were instructed by the convention to continue at work until such time as they are otherwise not- rfled by the official representatives ci the three anthracite districts and the executive boards were Instructed to negotiate an agreement upon such basis as the boards in their judgment believe the conditions warrant A resolution to ask President Tart to appoint a commission to arbitrate differences was adopted by the con vention and referred to the executive boards to put it into effect at their discretion GEN CASTRO SAILS FOR HOME Former President of Venezuela In tends to Defy His Enemies Havre Gen Cipriano Castro former president of Venezuela was a passenger on the steamer Oau deloupe of the Compagnie Generate Transatlantique which sailed Friday from this port for Colou and other LatinAmerican points Though Gen Castro refused to tell where he Intend ed to leave the steamer or to discuss his plans it was learned from a memo ber of his party that the deposed die tator means to make his way back to Caracas and there confront his ene rates who have declared that be will be arrested on charges of conspiracy to bring about the murder of his successor President Gomez The several staterooms occupied by Cas trci and ills party cost him 1040 Like Francis I all is lost save honor Castro declared I am going back to Venezuela lty country needs me and my mission is there Fairbanks Visits Pasadena Pasadena CalFormer VicePresi dent Charles W Fairbanks has ar rived in Pasadena accompanied by Mrs Fairbanks for a stay of several weeks Mr Fairbanks expects to resume the practice of law in Indianapolis Bandits Rob Illinois Bank t Emngham 111 Bandits blew open the1111nolsthis city Friday securing 5000 cash and valuable papers andescaped Abruzzi Off for India Marseilles Tho duke of the Abruz zi was a passenger on tho steamer Oceania which left tore Friday for Bombay The duke has made ever preparation for his expedition In the Himalayas Woman Aged 111 Dies Upper Sandusky OMrs Susan Stanslay who never used glasses and wai never sick in herHfo and claimed she witnessed Perry return after his victory on Lako Erie died Friday aged 111 i r L FEAR FOR KIDNAPERS BOYLES TAKEN TO PITTSBURG FOR SAFE KEEPING INDICTED AT CLEVELAND Will Be Tried for Blackmail If They Fall of Conviction In Pennsylvania Identified bx Whltla Boy Pittsburg Pa Fearing for the safety of their prisoners If they were taken to Sharon or the county scat at Mercer officers brought James II oylo and his wife accused of kid- apingn Willie Whltla tQ the Allegheny county jail here They wore brought nero In a special Pullman car from Cleveland by way of Youngstown and New Castle over Plttsburg Caka Erie railroad he prisoners were guarded In their car by 16 detectives and officers It was the unanimous opinion of tho officers engaged on the case that It would bo safer not to take anr chances by exposing their prisoners to the wrath of the Sharon populace Indicted at Cleveland Tho Cleveland police have club over the heads ot he Boyles in a joint indict m eat charging them with blackmail This charge Is based on the payment of 10000 ransom by J P Whitla for the recovery of his eon in that city last Monday This indictment will be used by the Cleveland officials In the event that the case hero falls of conviction The Boylcs did not fight extradition to this state Boy Identifies Kidnapers Cleveland OAJl Qo bt that the man nnd woman arrested Tuesday night are the kidnapers of Willie Whit la the Sharon CPa boy whoso father paid 10000 ransom for his recovery was dispelled Wednesday when tho lad without hesitation identified the prisoners when he fdccd them in the police station Wllllo said tho man who gave the name of James H Boyle was the one who took him from school and carried him through the tortuous route to Cleveland then to Asbtabula back to this city and placed him in the house in tho cast end whore he was held until the money was paid Willie also declared that tho woman was the one who cared for him at the house where he was detained and who acted the part of a nurse Boyle said the woman was his wife The police have no other identification oC the couple than the names given Boyle Is said to reside in Sharon and i a plumber by trade He is said to have a wwed mother four brothers t1 r IIJan who Is accredited with ftlfoot t jiiiii iiin i1 soon qest tha cation would cause a SOl on When the idea com pthlngregardingknew Boyle slightly N When Boyle was takqn before the boy Chief Kohler asked Willie it he had ever seen the man before Sure said Willie brightly why that is the man I left Sharon with Ho took me to Cleveland then to Ash tabula and back to Cleveland When Willie concluded Boyle was taken back to his cell and the woman was brought In toberHow do you doJ Hello Willie the woman replied as she placed her hand upon his head and caressed him for an Instant Tho boy then stepped back to his father and was asked several ques tions by the chief of police Yes I know her he said sho was the nurse who took care of mn In Cleveland She told mo I was s Ick and In a hospital I saw her a whole lot as she was with me most all of the timeWhltla Abductor Chicago Woman Mercer Pa Heavily manacled to Sheriff Chess and guarded by sev olWkldnallersbrought here Friday from Plttsburg and lodged In the Mercer county jail His wife who has been identified as Anna McDermott daughter of William McDermott a former Chicago fireman it is said will be brought hero from Pittsburg Saturdayand the couple will be formally arraigned on a charge ot kidnaping in a few days Boyle feared violence in bin arrival In Mercer and on the journey from Pittsburg asked Sheriff Chess It ha thought the crowd would harm him Original Affinity Wife Sues Mlddletown N Y Ferdinand Plnnoy Earle artist poet and foremost exponent of the affinity Idea was nerved Friday wIth papers in an action brought by Mrs Earle formerly Miss Julia Kuttncr oi New York city for annulment of their marriage Mrs Eario alleges that Earlo is of unsound mind Canada to Help British Navy Ottawa The semiofficial intimation that the Canadian government Is about to offer national assistance to Great Britain probably in tho form of two typthast with hearty approval forMluourlI tick et rate and the 2000mlIo Interchangeable book will be put in effect April 10 by tho 18 railroads in Missouri New Troutile at Gatun Dam COlonAtcxtun of the embank lngPanamagain cettled about thirty ft 5t at the same spot where the lest movement occurred In November Pun a Teachers Union Boston An effort to organize the teachers In the United States and Can ada numbering nearly half a million will bo made under tho auspices of the North American Teachers league 8C cording to report t f 1 t t nJw Jt WflJW W JWSLrrJWJJW OFFER BINGHAM BIG BRIBE GOTHAM POLICE COMMISSONER COULD HAVE 600000 YEARLY Declares His Job Would Be a Gold Mine to a Dishonest Man New York A dishonest man holding the position of police corn missioner in New York city easily might become a millionaire in a few months so great are the opportunities for illicit gains according to a statement by Commissioner BIngham During Mr Blngbama first year in he office lie said a single bribe of 300000 a year was offered him if be would protect certain criminal Inter Lets Compliance with the conditions of tho Differ he added would have been entirely of a negative mutter nil they wanted was to be let alone Commissioner Bingham was worktd up over the refusal of the city alderS men to vote him an appropriation of InvesUrateother matters This job of police commissioner he saId for example would be a regular 2jldJinlne to a dishonest of ficial liwro put ujv at auction to the highest bidder a man could well afford n pay 1000000 tor a yeas opportunity to accept pat the drlm classes would be only too glad to offer him 4 S600000bribewhen he first took up the office otter was of course carefully guarded enttemanwords to perfection and was able to make his hearer understand what was meant without laying himself open to any unpleasant after effects I listened until I understood what gavehimnever forget his visit here as long as he lives I have not heard from him sinceCommissioner Blngham declined to give the name of the man who bad made the offer nor would be say what Interests had sought protection GET CLOSE TO SOUTH POLE British PartyWithIn LondonLleutE H Shackl ton of the British navy commander of the Antarctic expedition which returned on the barkcntine Nimrod to Invercar glll New Zealand although he did not achieve his object succeeded insetting within 111 miles of the pole j The Nlmrod expedition left England n July 1907 and after reaching the ce fields and making the most elab orate preparations the main expedl ion started on a sledge journey which occupied 126 days and traversed 1708 miles southwards The explorers reached latitude SS23 and longitude 162 east which was estimated as 111 miles from the pole MINISTER SLAYS PREACHER Lebanon MoIn a quarrel over the entirely mundane question of the ef ficiency of a telephone service Rev M D Johnson shot and killed Rev Solomon ODell at the village of Russ Both the participants in the fight are ministers of Lebanon Johnson Is a Free Will Baptist while Mr ODell was a Cumberland Presby tenon In matters spiritual the two men had always been on perfectly personalUfe Troops to Aid Tax Collector Frankfort KyOn receipt of word from Tax Collector J W Peck that be has been prevented by mobs and or ganizations from collecting railroad taxes in the counties of Carter Boyd and Elliott Gov Willson announced he would use the state milUia to as sist in the collection of these taxes He has sent word to the officials ot the three counties td meet him Satur day and show cause why he should not send soldiers to see that thd tax collector is not moles to in tho performance of hs duty N Kaisers Son to Visit America Now York That Prince Eitel Frodvric second son Of the Gel iunn emperor is to VIsit America tht coming summer and is to be en tertained at the Newport villa of Cor nelius Vanderbilt became known Wednesday Hurl Bomb at Rich Agent Chicago A dynamite bomb was exploded Wednesday In an attempt to assassinate James Macaluso a wealthy steamship egetyt and his tarn fly living at 377 Clark street wnJ JWJ Sfl t At m S WflJlfl fl MRS LORILLARD A SUICIDE Kills Herself with Gas Washington Society FollowIngI Washington Weary of the gay whirl of society and face to face as she believed with years of physical suffering Mrs Pierre Lorillard Jr aged 49 wife of tho tobacco magnate committed suicide by asphyxiation at her home near the fashionable Dupont circle In this city Thursday The death was made more dramatic by occurring only a few hours after Mr and Mrs Lorillard had been the guests of Mrs Townsend on Massa chusetts avenue at a dinner given in hcnor of Lady Paget She bad joined freely In the social festivities of the evening at the Townsend hcme where had gathered the Brazilian ambassa dor and Mme Nabuco the Danish minister and Countess Moltke the Secretary of the Navy and Mrs Meyer Senator and Mrs Lodge Senator and Mrs AldrIch Senator Root Mr and Mrs Robert Bacon Mr and Mrs W C Endlcot of Boston Lady Clifford of andltrsCpUnCUnpben Mrs Clarence Moore Hon Maudo Pauncefote Commodore Rodgers Rear Admiral Cowles and CapU Archibald Bjitt military aide of the fusadmi L SOLONS NEAR FIGHT or Fordney of Mjchlgarj I Byrd of MiMlstl Wash1ntonThe monotony of the tariff debate In the house of represen tatives was relieved for a itlme Fjrtday byaclash between Messrs ordn y of Michigan and Byrd of Mississippi which came near ending in blows Mr Fordney had been making an exhaustive discussion of the lumber schedule when he was Interrupted bit the Mississippian who Insisted the lumber manufacturers of wtiich Mr Fordney was one were In a trust Mr Fordney peremptorily denied the statement and sold that Mr Byrd didnt knowi a dn thing about itThe Mississippi member made a me toward Mr Fordney and was InI tho act of removing his coat when some of his Democratic colleague ui took hold of him Later it developed that the incident grow out of a mis understanding and both men made mutual explanations and apologies KILL THREE AND WOUND FIVE Oklahoma Deputy Sheriffs In Batttci with Negroes and Indians Guthrie Okla On the scene of the famous Creek Indian up- risIng of last year at Hickory settle ment two negroes were killed five wounded and 40 captured Ina battle between 20 deputy sheriffs and 100 negroes and seven Indians The fight lag began late Wednesday afternoon and continued with Interruptions until ten oclock Thursday Five deputies went from Henrietta 18 miles north to the negro settlement to arrest cattle thieves thought to be concealed in the house of one of the negroes Tljey were met at the duter edge of the camp by a party of armed negroes and fired upon A few hours after the first clash a larger posse heavily armed reached the soUl meat About 300 shots wore fUed in the last encounter when the two ne goes were killed and Deputy Sheriff Fowl r was Wounded Discovers Germ of Trachoma Berlin Prof Rlchavd Greeff of the Berlin university eye hospital an nounces the dlscoyeryot the germ ot trachoma No StrikeSaysLewisI- ndianapolis t 1ndisc no pro pect of a strike in the anthracitt coal fields said Thomas It Lewts1pres WorkersotAmericazion of the national executive board Tho miners will continue at work In definitely That is to say unless the operators demand that a new agree ment he signed to aJco the place of the one that expires April 1 HetaW the anthracite situation will receive little more than passlnSeonsideratlpH at the meeting r Fist t Over Suffrage Lincoln riebW Taylor of Cus ter county author of the woman sri f rage bill during adISusslonof that measure struck Representative Shoe maker of Douglas county and at the sam time called his colleague a de cellfuV liar i JgltlveFlnanclcr a Suicide Harrisburg PaFrederlc H Rich ardson wanted in this city and In New- York for the alleged obtaining of 30te 000 on falsepretenses committed IFicide when daught hero dJ W i j ic f lrJ t I IJ J tij 1 f yBILITtA 4PEC1 d kck1 kJ The Iftrst real iJ years has held this portl7 tory oa edg4 for r It has been plotted an two months It broke t deputyryetta They were fired cn b il t breed friends of the1fight three i elllfe3nw lloCr2Uj ers decided uponsi jpaign The plL expectedrtPlepu r etta JS J Deju lumcd the flameby hunt lag sir syfor the leaders and Crary Stoe forced to the wall de tcrminfeu to jtrfke a hard blow In an CChllIn a tor the leaders in Thurs days ijt MarshalFdwnrd Bauer of CheccUh anT Deputy Odom of Eufaula gave t Ir 1ires asa price They were shot QUWP Chief frozy Snake and 100 followers retreat before five companies ot Oklahcua militia late Sunday night thus defeping an expected battle until I Hastily eettlng fire to his tepees an tents the Indian leader wUhhismlx company of redskins ahI negroes jI 4 from their blazlas campas the advanced They took up astron 4 tim heiween the North CAnadlai river bnd Peep Fork crinik about feven miles cast of Henryetti thelnruah the pursuit and cns the Ta si dlans In the darkness Accordingly I he bivoQced his troops for the night J Early in the morning re enforced by a company of cowboys from Around Lawton Okla all crack shots he willilead his forces against the Indians i Crazy Snake and his braves will be offered a chance to surrender If they battle will be oa ta officers believe Crazy jrefusetho to reach theTiger moun i his fpiiQwers befpre en gaging In a general igtit That the old chlf Is trying to stir the Creeks to an upr1ainand strike v r for what he conceives tobe liberty Was i Ievident from the smoke of three signal tfires on adalcent hills Just before sun hdown Oldtime roatlersmenf who la Y list they know what such things mOan fdeclar0thls ia sign which always ushers Jn Indian trouble 7 I1 MaJiiJarled F Barriett lit charge rl of the C1mIsS3I7 eceivfed hurried i ordMsSundayni hti by courier to send j Supplies Del additional amanralca to thf zolderxiattheeamp iFiynii this L lit inferred that the olll ra expect 4 long chase before a 1Igt Dr M f Wallace of Dustte Qkli oweatto the Hickory hUte with the SHH dny declared mere tJiUHI1ICroYt were kiHef ayrakd Saturday and were given rude burial withpat lcomu in the Tidalty where aolV cpmpecj StiHaT nIght This Sunday nottJarlIJIIA1 Oklahoma was aroused Reports of the slaying of Marshal J3aa anti Deputy JJdopswf spread broadcast the i1111amed with a determination to make aacnd i4to the murderous band The cklefs sen fell mfoUss hands ot the palefaces From him the depu ties choked ft confession ot his bath ors misdoings and a full statem ntOrithe murderousdolnKs cf the previous nightSjbnvhole5alehorns either was rushed to thetron or cJ1lredto7prepare to gpA WHIRLWIND CAUGHT SCHOONER Y Sending Her TO the BottomTwenty Lives Lest New Orleans IA March 29Adf- romTlces ilueflelds tell pf the sInk Ing otthe coasting schooaer Koarsarge between Greytown and Mckey Paint i1JatclIanoaGaro and four chlldrea Felimina Bidford Imogene BUaoferd Alverda Howard and daughter Mrs Newball 1 and three children Mrs TereeaCua- ov and t o okjtwoIceeded in gettiag ellqrelaa dory leaving the otherpasaengers kpstly women and children to taelrj fate When they were somewhere oS MonO hit asae ruth caagues ta whirlwind sc er Tu t vessel was whirled arotud vloiehtly two or three times ffitalcea under the water b6 fore ost must have gonexight to tkebotthm as she hail a heavy cargofef eeee auts r Wealthy Ch4fan1atArestedIChicago Ma rHt 29CkiaYea Qua a wealthy h1naaiaawaiarrestedy United States Deputy M nhal CJlaighcrer as aa j Heieft pAJikteaut la conspiracy to ssnuzg + C 4e Into thIs roratratPaaohawaax4leased e bsiliof 1000 vtij t ltlilanE toetoBi Mass JtaroiJarWltb a hottlelabeiiSd acid athts aia3Gerga ir OIlllc iJ9Itjn otke wealtfilest eli1zeaI of Everettwas found dead in t hed at his bo tInEvJrtttJtelsun tday He weB 70 years of age 4 jf FamiIIes DecreasIng in Size Athas decreasprt from SA persons In 1790 ri jUrea vplunse being prepared by the census bureau totGov Coeg rove Dead y iiIJamlelihic to take up lila duties ate goverao ij I lt 6rii f a TiL4 SYNOf I s Wa f 3anliihlng I 1eti a of what Vas1iSon tho ergo nfwar Our IUHlt r sec J retary of the Ilrttlsti embassy il Mlas 1 vontorKolwrtndiictarcs war and tnkra the tines Tho cnUrtf country Is In a st fur 4 fciolt because of the covcrnm LIt wrencc uy Illlllerstarts fa n d Norma Roberta with mil of I fleers also leaves Washington s 3 irtrrlotia expedition for tltb IIork tt Is captun by the Jal8 Is are dosed Japanese SPt- l tcret prrpiratlons for war lb lows I auto carrying prexldentlat cabinet lIt unearths source of prcat mystery anti r neea murmuring Tlio gods silva Nip pon Inoclns to Paclflc coast Sleno shot down Just as Journey to Ret awful news to J pan seems auccessful Japan announces Intention to attack waports Tokyo teams of mJsslnn Japanese llet thatUnltfflti agency England decides to send a tied r t protPllon1 a submarine It forceIway a tnesaaire to the president In order that protection for fleet may be assured Japan appeals to Drltaln for aid British t heel departs amid mlstrlvlncs of English sailorSon a denco ot the loss Powers begin to fear t for their safetY makes a failure of effort to delivermfSIllft to tho prcsli l dent War between treat Uritaln and I Germany la threatened The kaiser dls isCi t Stl1tes lint upon ktItrtaent the missing BrItish adlThlfthe monarch aineos to accompany lievlns on I tour whIch the mtttT says will uncover tagent of kar and end jail conflicts p 1 J iCHAPTER XII- dreadnought i4 Th Returns I ThB falllnx of the heavbns would t1 vliaVearoated lhtjju more consternation 4 aad cxclteageni ra London than the kir sigbthich met th residents eyes t et tbemobg 1e1Iowbu e the kings f tsit 6 llio HJp ron e hefog thatrItkIIi ult had come and floated 0u hwt with tie dawn leaving in its stead 1 a clear Bky And then 1 if a discevery Ittd beer vmadNjIwultanr N a1y by ibouEands instu of ohefSa q f sr1BOl people defying the rush of 7 ifietors of omnibuses and hansoms r Kii tin the Thames embank f c VRt7 tbi study h obulJill JsfbtMi parMmeB coavenea filled tb ff r 4 eHa1RIJUdea other i aai5tthO rt er wall and cornedtii 1 efl tabte0 who caInlyEtu ve to main t tata IIaI uaint rrupted tratflc y T iirt reetlHg wroaely oa Ihe S tf TfcaMiBjaC tte liver where in times be E t fbraritpiHa aneahdflQated was Is f the JI cf the British navy the DreadHousht Neither an officer of the watch a Wllo nor a marine be r Wrode Iterdeekslnert anti im w tenanted silent and lifeless she lay e close by the great gray buildings like the last survivor of p defeated army wSo bad crept home 10 bring a report et disaster and was resting In the 4 unmBwaraful 4rom her crippled funnels iOHae JI o WIsPoutllngismokefrom 143tei cu nnels stretched no anchor jIff1 FJabi aad gbO paid no heed vRIierot the sluggish current her I prow wbch bad defiantly parted sc luhyBeas was ncsed Into the mud In lIelPleSnewshu as an only solace p f SokMHl from her stern the un 0 a1111104of the United KJngV doad whipped as abe was she hadI come iback to her people with colors 4 st8M yIag 0 T irira Je of of position was rj nrwiter than uut marvel of Lieu return i above d behv that spot thu the i 1t1j Were bridg Imuazsableifor I 1 beat ot fsize beneath which toAr t If tv ei4d there wu oknown strcngtlI i saMkaI eoatrlvance that Couli I tJiIItto s shallows aad bridges i jit 4 iXHMtw tJt eI and then leave t F veryfrfJi i4girstrIfe True stieiwaslntact te Vi i with Jie great steel tti wb4ch held her miaelrg n t bqtliei flgbl s mathl J he ta iiaRd the Upf hi of efelwerivea off aa f i fonfl r abeauit0 t thIstJlpr ihcJ bon ternovetisp inodabris lltteiPd her deserted r decks Ar f dermazV da t gloom Uhadbeea t 11ttf4 aeeedasaafactt1A hlngbutt iiiMHiiliiUo CO a co t the dfs I t ieissce efth squadron which had l w 4iy MUett away Jatp the mys iri M w Wt to vaqulsk a terrible an- dtiWwinyVprjneat1tJ a glqrlous tr Litt1 poa4been suatiuie- si aysotMfea went by tha OZitdfeat inlgb t 1 be cetbt any vessel 2aww before Lot r tI d oa pbyfiiacjB was a grim W aicW atSed to conjecture + FroglQ rae OOa14 the secret f t J Uss kioei1 viItatlop bl learned t 1I s iiBo Jluf watched anti waited ILWb0I Ltgdlatingiilshed hu r 4oLth rJer patroobeyd a t Oj jf fre tbe Oete P111 noisily i p 1 p ili itr Mi aiMt the outgoing tld b u 1r VJei rotund the leviathan s si r jasiscUiig danger from witLiui fI T t1 igejr Mto eces1after jdue caution c7 J Vjjeti ire lvtos aa response cautiously 1 t 4eIdbes alo side and boarded it tk Oreiteoitght over the starboard itt frteff Tkeever increasing crowd p t ir the e KbaBKm Bt drew In its- lirJMrthlHri expectaacy walfnK for a i fBeiwtj t 1taiagfor wiiateyer CSl II- it Mlitn1tutJ1otblncwas L ve q J- t t J J J r t Jr Ic J LI tr c l tzrfr s w 4s q S 0 b 1 V irL1IVIn a Moment More He Stepped to lhoRtIlI ikthtj ef lap of tho water anti the I t i untlsi of CflTi river traffic ter advanced along the deck to the companionway and leaned cu riously Intoit repeating his hail ana bnce more there was a wait and no reply Ho backed away from the en trance and hesitated It was plain that he desired witnesses before in vading the precincts of a stricken crartand in a moment more he stepped to the rail held a short con versation with those on the decks of his boat arid then waited till he waa Joined by others of that force thatmguards the Thames Three men clambered aboard and stood by him until they were Jollied by two others who obeying a lowspoken order stationed themselves at the head of the companionway The officer and his assistants advanced slowly stepped Into the darkness and disappeared into the depths of the battle ship while the andonwas several minutes before the inves theyhadvessel They walked to the rail and the crowd remained waiting With ijriUsh aclturnlty they declined to an wer any of the tjucstlons which were shouted tc them from the shore jt TheHttlo boat swung off turned her nose out into the stream and steamed l hurriedly away at full speed bent pn summoning others of her service and in less than half an hour returned ac companied by a small flotilla which Spread out and stationed its members close against the sides of the titranded craft AnotUcr officer of higher authority joined those waiting op the decks of the Dreadnought and led Ue way below ready to learn the worst He went as into a plague ship manned by the dead expecting to meet nothing but grewspme relics of trag edy and prepared for shocking sights From place to place he advanced al most on tiptoe and followed by his companlons who stared into darker corners or glatcedfearfuny behind When the falling feet clumped hollowly through the steel cavern Once a weird shriek caused them to spring toward each other with nervous fright and when the ships cat came mewing up to them begging in its animal way for companionship they looked foolishly at one another Uke boys who had Len startled lh tho midst of ghost tales told by a cam fire In the woods Cabin after cabin and wardroom after wardroom was opened and searched t but nowhere could be fOunt sign qt disturbance or conflict here was not another living being aboatd to greet them nor did they find more iwful testimonials of war Ill the captains quarters clean and b slnesslI eth rpiltopped desk was closed and the books p of it were in order as for inspection At its side stood a typewriter with the tin resting lightly upon it and a stenographer case notebook beside neatly checked anti showing that the last letter or order had b9en completed On the wardroom able lay a magazine open and turned page downward as though the reader hail desired tc keep bis place and had stepped away from it on a sudden caIIln the of this great floating home pots pans and orllerlyarrnyI I Wl l f I i highways of the oceans bed were drawn up in their closed cases and the holstsl were not loaded or Uttered with the ammunition as would have beeI a hctionThere was nothing above or below offering a key to the enigma Puzzled and overcome the patrolmen took temporary charge of the ship while a boat hurried away from the miniature flotillas carrying a de tailed report to the admiralty where the news was received peatbrought the crowd on the embank meat Subordinates of c palledphone bells Jangled and British phlegm gave way to excitement but even in this remarkable state precut dent was maintained and served so that from man to man ga r l IteachedaThenlearned that this high and mighty of ficial was missing from his home and had been summoned to the palace IIi the night No delay could be brooked in an event so startling and with due ceremony inquiries were instituted for him This caused an investigation Ingrny old Buckingham which spread until it came to the head of govern ment when it becime known that actonly was thenavai officer missing nolessn personage than the king of England as well in great uisusdirs by sea or land a yloudtress but when a calamity threatens a nation and a king Is Involved they seek to hide their emotions Hence it was that in the palace men came hurriedly together without words to those around and in whispers ex recalledwIthhis palace In an equally unceremonIous manIer decoyed by a stranger and enticed Into the night Nor was his fate as uncertain jr with more ground for question because there he had been traced to a carriage which had driven goneIntogates swore ho had not passed the portals which they watched And for their pains they were doubted and placed under temporary detention un proethatagainst the state mlessthe kaiser but the cases were so parallel that the conclusion was In stantly formed that Englands mon arch was probably in as great Jeop nowbelooked at one another askance and asked what times were these when beImmunelimit to bo reached What could bo expected next Was there no pos lblb protection even for the heads of societyIn those of more or less prominence In the de partment held a conference And de thoDreadnougbLThere timeinasmuch IcloservlcoI inquest could have convened wit Imore solemnity titan did those men who tosk charge of and boarded thl t figreatA derelict cast upon nr open sandhbeach offered more chance of than tho greatest vessel of the grcalthest navy of the world nosed mud and practically walled in Anj while she lay in this state of helplessness there was forming round teshoreswar vessels flying the British flag which had been summoned from alawaters of tIm globe to protect mother country from German Invasion or If need arose gallantly to see death beds In the sea In the attempt to fend off the American terror should It be directed against the Is land ruler of the waves As they advanced captains of this great navy arrived in London in re sponse to urgent summons and hasten d to the admiralty One and al they were asked to pass expert opinion on the condition of the Dreadnought t and offer a solution of the methods used to bring her to that singular Ldrcnformulate no tenable theory nor give any lucid explanation They looked at each other In amazement wasged heIr beads and admitted their Inabili ty Plague would have left dead men at their posts or battle would have left more serious scars than the cut ting away of the fighting masts and wrecking ot the stacks but even then who would navigate her to homo waters and what could account for her presence In a place where even a small seagoing craft could not go 1 If that nation in the west had a submarine of terrific speed and unknown power It might perhaps destroy a ship but by what means could It force it under or over a bridge of solid masonry and steeleAnd so the mncn of the sea passed peopleLondon ai ta see the latest evidence of dlsazt r t tookbailment dndth n went to homes Business came to a halt theta ttinitelplesslyie country families sat within doors gravely discussing the latest manifestation of powerlh higheriety had been uncovered which was nothing less than the disappearance of the prime minister A king a rime minister and the first lord ot admiralty taken at one time It was atsufficientprominence look at one another ques when their turn might come and what the end would be No one was safe In this gent crisis when thrones tottered on their settings and men were whisked away In the night whqn the most powerful vessels of war created by all the wisdom of science nd Ingenuity of invention might ominated and handled like toys There was no ground for belief that any power other than the United States might have been the controlling spirit in this long series of untoward events but from that nation came no word only a silence mere menacing than the thunder of distant guns nnd more terrible and ominous than an display of invincible arms It no great stretch of Imagination to people the air with phalanx on phalanx of stern and implacable foemen bent on invasion when the time seemed ripe A country which could flaunt the world was capable of anything and It was not believable that she was acting without a purpose But what means did she take What would be her next move How had SIre accomplished those victories al sbotIone an remained and that was based upon the return to sanity of a maddened sailor who had come to them on a life raft from the unknown as the only witness of a dtsastpr and the only living link And even while the anxious officials thought of him a group of surgeons Pond specialists were standing round a cot in a hospital watching this man breathe his last Now that his 1m portance had Increased a hundredfold Death was Intervening and sealing hla lips He passed away as silently an he had been found his Jumbled wits giving no now and tangible clow Speechless he had been picked up on speedlessh r world Night fell over London Enfolding a uponthewhispered to each other dreading what the morrow might bring forth wittdogged olfateblows with the Inexorableness of a god TO BE CONTINUED i Russian Schools Our secondary schools are bad iihe ItIslook for the heart of putrefaction It Is the superior school which sets thi depravesoutbbhbltuatlng eating evolutionary principles Jour nal do Petersburg Y1HI THE THIN RED LINE Incident That Was Inspiration for Famous Painting Robert Glbbs famous painting The Thin Red Line represents an indci dent in the battle of Balaclava At this memorable conflict which was fought ou October 25 1854 a heavy body of Russian cavalry having driven the Turks like chaff before a whirl wind from their redoubts dashed on in the direction of the town of Bala clava but found the Ninetythird Highlanders 500 strong under tho command of Sir Colin Campbell In their way Sir Colin rode along tho ranks and said to his men Remember there In no retreat from here men you must die where you stand To which voices were heard answer Ing cheerily Aye aye Sir Colin well do that In a moment more tho Russian squadrons were bearing down upon the Highlanders who stood still to receive them not in square but hi th cedeep The affair occupied a very few minutes At long range a welldlrectod re from the Ninetythird told with powevertho left with a purpose of taking e Highlanders in flank But a quickly responsive movement of tho Grenadier company of the Ninety third under Capt Ross spoiled the at mpt The mighty wave of horseDmen still came rolling on a about a hundred yards distance the rides descended with a flash below the feather bonnets and a second volley confu lursi thoRussians wheleed to the left and alI together forsook that part of the field The Fighting Editor The fighting editor Is no Joke in Paris There If a paper calls a man LIa liar or a thief the man takes it serl ously and visiting the office he demands a retraction or a fight It Is the fighting editor who receives him The fighting edtor sits In a ouis XVI study smoking a cigarette nd reading a new novel with a yellow coverHo Is faultlessly dressed in deep black the duellists color The ribbon of the Legion of Honor IK In h c bleart ion His alert supple carriage shows his military traIningpThe never line but is responsible personally to every word in the paper every day On a plain outspoken sheet like Le Matin which keeps him pretty busy his sal a i A gconservativehaving little use for a fighting editor p ItaysArthur Brisbane had a French nows paper it is estimated that no fighting 0ditora week Preparing an Alibi If culture remains confined within h6 splendidly bound volumes of tho new library that has just teen bought by a New Yorker it wll not be the fault of the rich mans secretary lie is doing everything ho can to let it loose Inmcuttlng tho leaves in all the books he said The chances are no ody belonging to the family will ever Inside these books but the boss as friends who may go snooping a round through the library sometimes In case they do he doesnt want them to gain the Impression that literature is neglected in this house so I am mak- Ing sure that they will at least find the leaves cut Sneezing Superstitions The Germans Good health because they maintain and not without treason that tho sneeze is a warn ing of the approach of a cold and also marks the movement when a charm a wish or a suggestion may drlve1t away The Persians go further in this IidirectionGod be thanked its being held that the sneeze has actually Put to flight some evil spirit that was about Loft pain entrance toa mans body in aleder to feed upon his sacred fires Sunday Magazine What Fletcher Says Mr Fletcher is credited with assert- Ing that if intoxicants are cautiously sipped they lose all their baleful ef lects Unhappily It mar be claimed that they lose all their pleasing effects as well At the same time extended expert menls along this line are not recoa mended Cleveland Vlain Dealer Lifes Oppressions Laws grind the poor whero rich men rule the IawsGoldsutitb- MARKET REPORTS 2Cr1LEExtraCALVESExtra 725 760 HOGS Choice 7 20 7 25 SHEEP Extra i 5 50 5 75 00FLOURSpring 21CORNNo2OATSNo 2 mixed 53 64 84HAYCbBUTTER Dairy 16 17APPLSCboico 00TOI3AtCOBunley C1IICACO WHEAT No 2 red 1 16 4 CORNNo2 mixed 66 3PORKPrimeLARD Prlmo 1005 NEW YORK FLOUR Win patent 5 25 5 65 108t5tYPORKPrimoLARDS eam 9 85 9 95 BALTIMOBE WHEAT No 2 red 1 24 71YsOATSNolouisvnjx WHEAT No 2 red 1 24 69I25HOGSExtraLARDSteam 9 75 INDIANAPOLIS 06HOGS 0 SHEEr is a 6 00 5 L t h lfktr f NEWS OF TI STATE Summary of Matters of Special Interest to Our ReadersI CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE Suit Instituted at Louisville by Com monwealthm Attorney to Prevent Further Construction Work on Gal ety TheateryeLouisville lCyTho commonwealth of Kentucky on relation of Joseph M Huffaker commonwealths attorney to the Thirteenth judicial district flied s C toincinnatiIs rohallcoityf e Clyon the 25th day of March Huffaker ap attorneyto bring suit but the attorney gen erals opinion wes that It was Huffa k ors duty to institute proceedings i Loufsvllle KyMIss Edmonln chief telephone operator for the Illinois Central railroad at Lou Isvlllc Is to have a substantial reward for her devotion to duty during the recent Seventhstreet station fire At Seat her post Informing the various de partments and was one of the last to leave the burning building The re ward will be In the form of a trip to California with all expenses paid and with her salary continued during the vacation Owensboro KyThe Unjted States National bank of Owensboro with cap taistock of 300000 will be the name of a new bank to be launched in this city Application for charter has al ready been made at Washington In theorganzatlon of the new bank three l t Iankbank will open for business with d of about 700000 It Is ex ected that E T Franks who will asofhortlyrIIIinternalbe president of the bankiLouisville Ky Liquor men here re ard with a great deal of satisfaction opinion given by the court of ap peals at Frankfort In the case of the Camubelldlnance by bringing into the towu more than a quart of liquor The dls missal of the warrant against Canted bell in the circuit court was by toe superior court Liquor men contend that this will set a precedent against the operation of harsh and ex cesslve local regulations directed at ndivlduals who bring liquor to their homes In local option territory Louisville Ky Judge Gorton beta that an cffense against the laws gov erning void marriages or miscege nation could not be punished in any onnty save in that in which the alleged void marriage t kesplaceJt was In the case of Thomas Baker a white man and Sadie Baker his wife alleged to be a negrcsa Judge Gordon released the prisoners on a writ of habeas corpusl Louisville KyThe directors of the Citizens Life Insurance Co consider ed the report of Insurance comm l flrner C W Bell on the companys affairs The report was a high tribute dtobut criticism of the officers dealing in the companys securities was sharp oLoulsvilleKyDritY chemist sent to the general coun lit report on samples of water taken from fO city pumps showing that In almost every case the water is unfit to be drunk A system of public by drants for drinking purposes will like ly Replace the pumps Owenton Ky Allen Overstreel who stabbed and killed Walter Sec 19 a farmer of Sweet Owen this county was taken to Covington Ky by Sher iff J E Lucas where he will be kept until his arraignment Feeling against the accused is Intense Jackson KytTJIeFlrat National bank of Jackson definitely announced that It would open for business April L A delay has been occasioned byml proposed combination of the bank and the Old Jackson Deposit bank London KyT T Rosh Co of Mt Vernon Ky general merchandise Willis Allen a farmer end stock deal erot Withers Ky and Robert Calo way locomotive fireman of Middles boro Ky filed voluntary petitions in bankruptcy here Louisville KyAbout 40 operators from the Western Kentucky coat fields representing all of the big mining companies In that sections attended a conference there at which the led elimination of the tariff on foreign coal was discussed Louisville KyA call for a meeting of the Kentucky racing commission to meet In Lexington Thursday April 1 has been issued by Secretary A E Rouse for the purpose of allotting dates for the three clubs under the commissions jurisdiction Louisville Ky Mayor James F Grlnstead signed the new building or dinance better known as the Gaiety theater bill Under its provisions Rudolph Hynlcka the Cincinnati the at neal magnate can complete and oRen his new Gaiety theater here YOImffarmerdier in the United States armYfng- aged In a dispute as t6 was the better marksman and Tomiidns was shot in the head by Riley who es caped t I lt t z rI f r t IJA i 11 i ij tCAPITAL NOTES Bruner Determined F Secretary of State Bruner says be has only begun his fight to purify the j management of the CLMzena Life In r surance Co of Louisville lIe says the officers who dealt In the syndicates VfV of e companys stock should resign at once Awarded New Trial T S Anderson the Owensboro banker convicted of falso swearing in making an official report of tho con dition of the Daviess County Bank and Co and sentenced to servo three ars in the state penitentiary was given a new trial by court of appeals r t P xrto employ the use of the state troops enforce the collection of the rail ad taxes In Carter Boyd and Elliott unties which go to the SInton heirs Itof whom is Mrs Taft tho wife ol harled P Taft of Cincinnati 6 I Assessment of Farm Land The state board of equalization took preliminary action upon the assess raent of fnnn land and personal Pro J jfty in a number of counties and fixed fl April 9 as the date for hearing shy b I jectlon that may be made to raises in valuation l rxp iMississippitee of governors of states to e the time and place ct the next annual meeting of chief executives To Test Tax Law t Suit to test the legality of the stat iIute compelling the insurance CQU1Ipanies to pay into the state treasury ihas a tax 2 per cent of the amount 01 rebates paid buck to their policy hold era was filed by he Northwestern Mu Jtual Life Insuranco Co of Milwaukee 1 Kentucky PickUps J Lexington KyProf LInwood A sBrown of the Agricultural College ol North Dakota has arrived here to ac fr- ept appointment as chief drug chem st of the State experiment station JJ t Lexington KyThe board of educa t tlion has retained Attorneys W P Kim k tball and c I Bronston and will gooti b Into the ts in an effort to get an nl tincrease1 iiropriation for school pur fposes board wants JOOOOOXfbrK tho cu 1arlShe r reconin gehatoihe Hughes If cedLUl11o l harman 6 ri ecutlveJCORlmho r tlye 111 J in iifears f Louisville e Ky lNOT f J r LXthlscltylsSwitzerland to succee j f l It Is learned that kJgun at once for thescalp Combs of Lexington who American minister to Peru Louisville lEyi Charges preferre by the county clerk against County In dexcr Henry Schwelters were dIsmissA ed by the grand Jury Schwaiters had been charged with converting property In taking a grantees book to show Air IJh 4 t tcIaJst an increase of 234556 in reo J celpts for the last year due to in lr creased liquor license fees License A rov ues amounted to 373471 There Jiare 740 places where liquors are sold at rotall1tLouisville KyPaul D Warren ot I jlBuffalo N Y Wlll become general 1k agent of the JBIg Four end New Ycrk rCentral lines in Louisville after Aprils 1 S J Gates the present general t agent will be made city passenger v lJrwUli r Louisville Ky Information was given here by one who Is in nslftit 4baccoclcty is on its last legs and wilisurfj Jvivo no longer than It will to 1 deliver the 75000000 pounds of tobacr I i co jn the pool which was recently sold r tto the American Tobacco Co It Is asi y serted that all the tobacco will be do livered and paid for by May 15 or Juno 1Jit Is claimed that the necessity of closing up the business of the last pool Is the only tie that Is now keep v iins the organization intact PiH f rLouisville KyJ H Mathena a pa trolman 28 who had seen service in 1 the Phlllplnes was stripped of his i i tl badge and discharged frbmi the force at roll call by IChlefJ H hanger Charges were fled against the officer that ho had taken undue liberties wltht t girls Lexington Ky Judge WT Laffer ty dean of the college of law at State university made the announcement that beginning with the coming term I the coursp in law will embrace three years Instead of two as heretofore t Louisville KyEmestCo Bohne 41 f vice president of the Southern Nation P if al bank treasurer of the Homo nndJ t Savings Fund Co and one ofnthe est known men on Main street t was found itdead at his home Coroner Groves pr L 1jCtf pounced death due to angina pn s Lexington KyThis city wJ nave fIoh uptodate amusement park Anti des incorporating thIS Blue Grass Park j J Co were tiled with the county clerk A tract of land near Ft Springs four I P f jmiles from Lexington on Versailles road baa been secured j rc 4iS iLL 1 0 t Ii1 tt 111I 4a OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK k WEEKLY ai A 1lUBLISIIED KY to Act of b Congress at the Owingsville Ky Postoffice as second lass tJ matter TilE OUTLOOKS subscription rates arc as follows i One year One Dollar Six months Sixty Cents Three months Thirtyfive Cents No commissions allowed any bqdy on subscriptions Subscribers desiring a change of address should give previous I address when writing- Correspondentst should always get their items to us not later than Monday if possible when I out of stationery mention it on a paperNews inter t est is welcomed bring it to us s without delay if you wish it in i serted t wishing a change br discontinuance of ad should 7 inform us the week previous to p publicatioh day s Address all communications to JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville Ky n THURSDAY APRIL 11909 THE State Board of Equaliza t tion is making big increases i n I the assessments of the counties The people will tire of being taxed I F out of their earnings some day I CONGRESSMAN LANGLEY of the I 10th Ky district was rather sum 1 marily squelched when he sug r gested on the floor of the House I that the man in the backwoods s 4 wanted a tarifon lumber Chair man Payne replied that the man 4 in the backwoods ought to climb 4 the tallest tree and find out that there were others in the United tr States CORRESPONDENCE 4 Correspondents MUST get their I items to us Monday if they ex j t pect them to be pHnted And please remember that visits be I tween neighbors are not news t Bald Eagle spring school increasing9 w f pupils ndlerttooI cJO tida think be hav forgotten eforwe havnet f Hill wife of Sharps aday with theiry Walter Williams t it t tettie May visited MISs wt edrick at Wyoming Sun 4 f1JMrsRobi Nixon and children spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of S C Moore l There is va great deal of sick 1 ness in this neighborhood r Abe Hunt continues poorly W W Williams was in Mt Sterling Wednesday on business BethelS J Robertswentto Car a l1seMonday and brought home It his auto buggy He ran into on S j aJy one spring wagon on his wa- a tf out r i 4 J M Cline and wife visited d 1 relatives at Millersburg Saturday J Mrs Ruth Dbdsworth of Cin r cinnati is visiting her sister Mrs4 tj t Sallie Scott smallpoIH S Robertson and wife wenI e k to Lexington last week 5 J R Peters and wife visited r3 J G Blair and family near Car A lisle Saturday Mattie Barnes and Mason IBotts of Owingsville visited th4- I latters sister Mrs Wycoff a Carlisle Saturdayt 1 1 Slate Valley t Mrs Newton Shrout is visiting her mother Mrs Melissa Snede U7gair Jack Toy and his wife were ii called to the bedside of the lat i I ters father T W D Crouch 1 BMi Olympia whose death is ex pected any time l Wm Lowrey and little son SatI+ 3 t lissa Snedegar arid see his chil dr ri hear Graijrs 2ka Clarence Clark and Jo Toy 0 I Bethel neighborhood came Sat urday to visit their best girls I ldcmldrenofG heretf J Ah old toper says its a shame 1 s the way society women waste 1 iood alcohol by burning it under ti I J a chafingdish 4fo lrt t t ft k j 1obP i A i J i f i r t f i I VItl I l r s1 1tf rir 100 f J I JItt Iol tr 1 1 fj1 J y 1 J t t = I i t r 4 Jt fy or p 1pf r 4f 4 4ISIo 1S 7 I i1 i Tt iT 71 Upper Prickly Ash visitIedley on Roes Run Saturday and SundayOscar Chandler and wife of Bald Eagle spent Sunday with Riley Chandler and family E S Hamilton and wife o f IIStoneingsville spent Sunday afternoon with Daniel Harper and familyI Riley Chandler sold a cow to Leslie Flood at 4c and Bought t a milk cow of Almanza 35Robert Oakley sold a cow and calf to Willie Steele for 15 Pabblo u Mrs Thos Gregory of Colfax daughterlseriously ill M T Hendrix bought 4 hogs of Charles Calvert for 25 and 3 of Nick Rodgers for 9 Miss Mary Hendrix and Espy thelMoorefield Saturday and Sunday Corwine Anderson bought a cow of Chas Calvert for 35 A T Hendrix received word last Thursday that his sister Mrs Hopkins of Lexington was bad ly burned by falling on a stove Parker Hornback and wife vis ited the formers daughter Mrs Tom Miller near Elizaville Sat urday and Sunday Okla Mrs Joe Fawns is very low with no prospect of recovery Mrs Nace Vice remains poorly Miss Mary Hendrix and nephew are visiting the formers sister Mrs W T Atchison of near Moorefield Mrs James Riddle and daughter Miss Iva of White Oak are visiting Tjllman Riddle and Al pheus Miss Audrey Colliver returned home Monday after after a visit to her uncle Alpheus Vice Z T Grain and wife visited the family of M A Garner Sun dayFarmers have been very busy preparing for their crops Nearly all are done sowing tobacco beds and some have made gardens RingosMiIlvisited Elmer Maddox and wife of near Pebble visited the latters parents JJIQ Dauchertv and wife alurday and Sunday Grange City Fant Johnson of Frankfort visited his father Newton John son and family here this week Poplargrandmother Mrs Mary Thomp son this week Lou Cutright and wife were in Flemingsburg one day last week Miss Ruth Richards o f 0 ingsville visited her sister Mrs T J Havens last week and was accompanied home by Miss Era Havens for a weeks visit Sam Johnson while cutting some bushes last week met with a painful accident by cutting his hand very badly Owen Johnson of Sharpsburg came Saturday to visit his father George Johnson Miss Elizabeth Bradley and inlv Bruce Snedegar and wife were the guests of Mrs Emily Bradley Thursday Sharpsbursc improvjngt re Lexingtonbusiness position with a manufacturing concern Jn that city Mr and Mrs Jas Shankland RallstJC Nelson of the World is out after a thirteendays illness Mrs Eva Knight has returned after an extensive visit with her daughter Mrs Hamilton at Hod genville Mrs A N Crooks and daugh ter are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs E B Saunders There were two cases of disor deny conduct on the Police court docket Monday morning The curse of the town is th e chicken If will donti1ifThey are paying out the money on the 1906 cropand the Equity people are The East End people all have their gardens planted except your busyhereifcyet The mistress of the house says he never raises anything but butter beans and itstoo early for the n 8 Ii fr 1 j1i 1 oJilillr lJl Moores Ferrv There was a good many oats sowed in this vicinity last week Ilollis Gibbs has his mill 0 K daysihere and returned to Richmond Ky Millard Hulbcrt of Cincinnati moved to Theo Shrouts house THE SIcKMis Bc n Shroutis no better of her rheumatism Mrs 0 P Shrout is very low with la grippe Mrs Leslie Atch- ison continues no better Salt Lick rcturnISherburne Mr Wright has moved his family and store from Forge Hill to this placeiDi went to Mt Sterling on business Satur dayFanning Bros will soon have their new store completed Elder Carpenter filled his appointments here Saturday night and Sunday Mrs D L Robbins isconfined- to her room again Stopstone THE SICK Miss Ivy Utterback is about the same Miss Bessie Blevins continues poorly Charlie Carpenter is no better Les lie Utterback was quite sick the past week Doss Royse and wife spent Sat urday and Sunday with Jas E Carmichael and family V H Montjoy and wife were guests of John Montjoy and wife at Mt Sterling Sunday Elder Adams preached at Sugar Grove Sunday Mrs J H Johnson returned home Saturday at Thompson after a weeks visit to her mother Mrs Jo Ray- Walter Quisenberry and wife spent one day last week with T J Alexander and wife Miss Nancy Thompson has returned from a visit to her cous ins Misses Lillie and SudieHVill jams on Peeled Oak Mrs Callie Ragan and family and Miss Bertha Reynolds visit daylastF armors Rev Hackett of Winchester filled his regular appointment at the Baptist Church here Sunday Dr VanAntwerp spent Sun day with his family in Mt Ster ling Mrs Sherman Gullett of Salt Lick was the guest of Jeff Row land and family Tuesday UcesevereMrs Wm Maze and son Mitt were visiting in Salt Lick Sunday Our town now has stone pavements on every street starting- at the new bridge and running to the eastern end of town Mrs William Harris gave the young folks a play party Satur day night which wasenjoyed by a large crowd WW Teal went to Morehead Monday and accepted a position with the Clearfield Lumber Co as foreman Most of his crew will go from here W H Thomas purchased of Dr J Wilson his beautiful residence and one storehouse CrooKs Chester Ginter and wife visited the latters parents Elder J E Wilhoit and wife near Olympian Springs Saturday and Sunday Mrs Luster Parker was called to the bedside of her grandmother Mrs Emily Steeleon Salt Well last week Charley Eendleton and Leonard Roberson of Salt Lick visited relatives here Saturday and Sun dayLige Donaldson went to Meni fee county Saturday Dr Williams family from Lee county joined him here last week housekeepingWe townMrs Henry Johnson is getting along nicely Dr Williams and wife were shopping in Owingsville Friday Jesse Parks bought a bay mare of Wm Ginter for 150 CityvisitedMrs Joe Kerns of Mt Ster relativeshSaturdayfronIl1inois worKing for several months Randolph Nixon of Limeville visited relatives here last week D S Nixon bought some corn of Marion Carter at S3 per bbl Its easier to pay compliments than bills When a woman means yes her no is not strenuous i i l d tl t Upper Flat Crook daughterMissHowards Mill Sunday MtSterlingCrit Lane last week All the tobacco beds have been sown in this section and a crop will be plantedJMrs A G V Cooks health isI much improved isitingherat Mt Sterling M iss Nell Glover teturned home Thursday from a sixweeks visit andIiloonungton Odossa ts B Jones who went to- l1issouri last fall returned home March 20- Little Martha oldest daughter of S 13 Hawkins is sick threat ened with typhoid fever Ur I W Jones and wife of JonestsbeenWm 0 Butler of Cincinnati is visiting his daughter Mrs S B HawkinsjMiss Gracie Purvis returned last week from a twoweeks visit with her cousin Bryan Gudgell at Reynoldsville armyisRoby atJ n Lindseys A Sundayschool was organized at the lower schoolhouse Sunday evening Dr H S Gilmore will superintend it The sick are all on the mend Olvmnla Ben Penix is home to fill our agent Mert Irwins place for a few days while he takes a holi day Mert Irwin and wife are visit ing the latters people in Green countyMiss Metcalfe of Ow ingsville was here on business Saturday also calling on friends Elder Wes Blevins will hold re ligious services here next Sunday Gordon Swarts who shot him self Christmas is laidup vith his arm I unt Nancy Maze is poorly S J Fearing and P N Moor a wire here the past week Miss Ada May Ccstigan visited Mss Serepta Jackson near Pea sticks the past week Roy Jackson of Salt Lick vis ited his grandmother Mrs Shultz Saturday We are sorry to hear that Uncle Dick Crouch is very low John W Kincaid has removed from Sour Spring to Menifee Co Jas W Penix moved Monday to the house vacated by Mr Kincaid at Sour Spring Three of J W Penixs child ren are down with grip Mrs W Wr Penix has been on the sick list for the past week Clyde Peed was here Saturday Sunday Wedding soon Wonder who Albert Hatfield is coming to see in town We had quite a bridal party in town the past week at the home Dr NT Clark One of Dr Cs granddaughters formerly Miss Anna Hickerson accompanied by her newlywedded husband Mr Stamper also the bride and grooms mother Mrs Taylor the grooms sister and a young man by the name of Bush spent one day and had a jolly time We wish the bride and groom much joy and a long and prosperous life stoops Wheat and grass have been on a standstill for a week Nimrod Byrd has been very poorly for a week The acreage of corn will be de creased 40 per cent from last years acreage Thos Roberson sold an extra good pair of mules to W Loi Thompson for 400 Mrs Thomas Caudill of Stan ton is visiting her parents E A Groves and wife Stoops surely has one blessing she Tiasnt an old maid but is cursed with a half dozen old bach elors We do not intend this as an advertisement for we do nOt want the peace of the village dis turbed Jim Groves is growing weaker Dr R E May fell last week and badly injured his knee Mrs Charlotte Gillaspie and Miss Fannie Gillaspie of Leyee are visting the family of J H GillaspieA order will soon be or ganized in our town It will be known as the Ancient and Ridic ulous Order of Pinheads J M Bigstaff lost a fine steer caused by a straw stack falling on and smothering it J i 0 hP2 tvcna a IrI t Ed Goosey has moved to near Levee Bigstaff Cockrell weighed up to W B Greene last week 90 fat hogs at 625 per hundred John C Trimbl sold 100 head of sheep to D Murphy at 537A per hundred Our farmers have already begun to have trouble keeping work hands Several have had them to strike for higher wages and then pull out Tom Robeson rent ed a house hired a man and it him in it The man pulled outI leaving Mr R behind with his work J H Gillaspie had a hand to do the same way The citizens of Montgomery county met in the Courthouse at Mt Sterling Saturday afternoon appointedtoty fair for Montgomery If the citizens of Mt Sterling and Mont gomery county could ever agree on anything long enough to make- a success of it there would be angelsinget to rejoice this time April Fool for THE OUTLOOK and its readers Our friend Tom Warner of Judy is recovering from a severe case of smallpox Smallpox has been in the Little Rock Plume neighborhoods the family of Yell Burns had it and Little Rock people had it all summer and fall and rarely ever consulted physician It got In uptilltwo cases that gave the patients any trouble those of Allen Prew itt and Tom Warner They will soon be out No more cases are reported AWKWARD Old Mr Flaherty was a general favorite in the little town in which he lived The doctor was away nearly all sum mer and did not hear of the old mans death Soon after his re turn the doctor met Miss Flaher ty and asked about the family and ending with And how is your father standing the intense heat TilE PESSIMIST A hard look ins citizen who showed every in dication of having made a night alongBeacondown wearily upon one of themarble stops of a handsome residence owner of the house tedhimfor Ibreastan of utter disgust openedhiscantankerous voice To hell mit the church To hell mit the To hell mit ev erybodycept Rosie There was another long silence Then suddenly he arose and said defiantly as he walked away To hell mit RosieLipuin cotts And sometimes when opportu nity knocks at a mans door he is so using his little hammer on his neighbors that he doesnt- h ar it Commissioners Sale BATH CIRCUIT COURT J W Lane Pltff vs Notice of Sale E T Gregory Etc Defts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered in the Bath Circuit Court at its Febrary term 1909 in the abovestyled case the undersigned Master Commission er will on MONDAY APRIL 12 1909 it being County Court day sell at public outcry at the Court 1 EathCountypm the followingdescribed property A certain house and lot in the town of Bethel Bath County Ky and consisting of three parcels but compose one body Thefirst parcel is described as follows Beginning at a set stone on the south cast side o f the pike corner with Vivian Ar rasmith thence S 55J W 128 poles to a corner post of a fence corner with Thos Lloyd thence N 79J W 1075 poles to a set stone corner with same thence N 47 E 560 poles to the beginning containing 33i poles level measure asfollowscorner with John Hardin thence S 54f E 798 poles to a point in Henry Wests line thence N43 W 776 poles to a stake corner with Henry West thence S 47 beginningcontaining l measure asfollowsVirginia Arrasmiths line and cor ner with Henry Wests thence N43 W 6 poles to a post in Wests line corner with John Har din thence S 2 W 557 poles to LloydinS 88 E 290 to a stake cor ner with Virginia Arrsmith thence N 47 E 191 poles to the beginning I Said property will be sold as a ir JiL 1B tf J 4T- z = whole The plaintiffs debt interest and costs to day of sale will aggregate 25862 Sale will be made on a credit of six months for the purchase price The purchaser willb quired to execute a sale bond rtiffterest and costs The balatbe made payable to signed Master Com m i s s i on e r bearing six per cent interest per annum from day of sale un tillp- aid having the force and effect- of a judgment The purchase price will remain a lien on the paidD B C C C W Goodpaster Atty Commissioners Sale Bath Circuit Court Cyrus Alley Admr Etc Plffs vs Notice of Sale C JByeatabove styled case there ComImissionercry to the hghest and best bid der at the Courthouse door in- Owingsville Bath county f Ky at about one oclock p m MONDAY APRIL 12 1909 a parcel real estate lying on the waters coutityKyfollows Beginning at a stone in the center of the road opposite the di vision fence of Henry Sorrell and the Alley farm thence with said fence and division line N 88 E 120 poles to a stake thence S 5 E 8 poles to an elm in the bank of the river thence up the river S 65 W 41 poles toa dogwood thence S 33 W 10 poles to two willows just ahove a drain thence S 2 E 15 poles to four willows thence leaving the river N 85 grden6 W 15 poles lOi links to a stake and stone 2 poles and 13 links S 58 E from S E corner of barn thence N 8a W 18 poles 21 links to a stake in the center of the road a stone set in the line of the road fence on the east side thence with center of the road S 19 W 4 poles 16 links to a stake thence leaving the road passing a stone at the fence west side S 85 W 78 poles to a stone in the backlinepoles to a small mound banao with the north line S 89 Er103 poles more or less to center of road thence with center Qf road J2 E25 poI + 1F4 poles to place of bsginnhnscaitff containing 45 23 acre ditlpurchaser will be required to ex ecute with approved security for the purchase price of said land payable to the Master Com missioner each bearing six per cent interest per annum from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judg ment The purchase price itlMaster Comr Bath Circuit Court W S Gudgell Attorn- eyCoijmissioners Sale BATH CIRCUIT COURT John WI Honaker Etc Pltffs- vs Notice of Sale Julia Ross Etc Defdts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered in the Bath Februarytermcase the undersigned y i lionMONDAY APRIL 12 1909 it being County Court day sell at public outcry at the Courthouse CountyKyfollovingdescribedpropertl OwingsvilleBath as follows On the westand south by the land of J M Richart on the north and east by the land of byOwingsvillepike road and containing three and 65100 acres Said sale will be made to satis fy the plaintiffs debt interest and cbsts which on day of sale will aggregate 189894 Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months for the purchase price of said land The purchaser will be required to execute sale bonds with good suretyI payable to the plaintiff to ex tent of his debt interest and costs Any excess over and above shallbeCommissioner and bearing six per cent interest per annum from day of sale until paid havingthe judgmentThePurchase propertyD W DOGGETT M C B C C W S Gudgell Atty Livery Stable- I meet all trains at Preston 109jJESSE I l4 q f i T 4 g r I Commissioners Notic t iM th Circuit r Sr Lumber Col vsVJ1 ft t 7 W5th close same dirty will 018 Sl office in Owing Salt Lick Ky F vD 1 t Commission 1 5 BATH CIRCUIT Farmers Bankv v vs NotiV A K Gorham Ete J j By virtue of a Judgtrorder of sale rendredifi Octobtr190Sundersigned Master Commission will on MONDAY APRIL 12 it being County Court day sell at public outcry atthe Court house door in Owingsville Bath County Ky at about one oclock p mdthe followingdescribed property towit A tract of land lying on the Waters of Little Flat Creek in Bath County Ky and bounded as follows On the south by the land of William Hawkins andUpperLickproperty of Geo A Vice and on the north by the property of Wal ter McClanahan and containing forty acres also one red heifer 2 jyears old at the timeof the execution of the mortgage towit January 11 1904 Said heifer and enough of said land will be sold to satisfy plamV tiffs debt interest and cOsts which on day of sale aggregate 70959 Sale will ba made on a credit of six months for the purchase price The purchased will be re quired to execute a sale bond with good payable to the sMas ter Commissioner bearing six 4 per cent interest per annum paidhaving 4landuntil it is paid D W DOGGETT M CBC G T1 C W Gopdpaster Atty fCommissioners Sale i i Bath Circuit Court The CitiiJ Bark PlMt vs Notice of Sale Sarah Tally Etc Dfts j andcJBath Circuit Court ip the above t styled case at its February term 1909 the undersigned Master tCommissioner will on MONDAY i APRIJ 12 1909 it beiziCounty lCourt day sell at public outcry at the Courthouse door Jn OVir ingsville Bath county Ky at about one oclock p mo the fol lowing described propertyt wit tract of land situate in Bath cQunty Ky lying next to the farm ofW A Withers and bounded as follows On the south and west byacounty irtroadonthe north and east the land of W A Withers and contaithngabout onehalf acre- Enough of said land will be sold to satisfy plaintiffs debt in terest and costs whichon day of sale will aggregate 21804 Sale will be made on a credit of six months for the purchase price of said land The purcberwi1l be required to execute sale bond with good surety payable totlJ e Master Commissioner bearing per cent mterestperannum untilicLhaving 1 judgment The purchase price will remain a lien on the pioper ty until it is paid lD W DOGGETT MasterC B CC J J Nesbitt Attorney SHINGLES FOR SALE t v ttV c t 300000 No 1 18uteh SadOak Shingles 450000 No1 18inch Sawed Chestnut Shingles v350000 2 o 2T18inch SaIChestnut Shingles 150000 Poplar Sap Shingles Write me for prices here and delivered 3010 OL HINTQN Plummers Landing JfTIlE MUTAL4NEF1T k Life InstthQoNewark 1 FREDERICK THE LEADING AifNUAiDiV IDEND COMPANy lias bidtoAssets Jan 1908 lll80C7S8ie6 Surplus S 46U5fSIW I No Company has ever accom better results for its Pot icyholders J W ELGIN Gen Agent 207 Court Street Maysville Ky A0 B BROTHER Agent Owinjrsville Ky I 1i imH