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I tjji r t m Jo JIIi t d if P t r Ii1 Lq 1 fII 4 I r ilif ijtJ4iifi1IoJ = i i t 4 7 c 3 TWkIJ t t tt f 1 7 t JI a I Lr1T1iT1 bcL In IIj to t m t f T i b t 1 i C C C= C = = COO CC d C c cuVOL XXXI OWINGSVILLE KENTUOKY THURSDAY AUG 19 1909i 4 j T SShrout will save you mon ey on furniture cash or credit The annual G A R reunion at Salt Lick will be held this veer August 26 27 and 28 I For Sale Three Buroc Jerseykboars ready for service PEEDQj f Wheat threshing is over The j r 74 YIC1d is light and in hUJUl cases 1 i the quality not thabest Estill Honaker have their + Fmill in operation and will grindj corn every day until further no tice Si Some of the early planting of tobacco is being cut this weekS jaiuLmost of it is reported good yieldIs mund Wells sold Tom Razor tWent six barrels ofcorn at250- a barrel in the field to be taken rlLost Gold ring at Corinthor i fOl1 road horn it Salt Well June G Reward return to Mattic s Rcid Ow me Ky I 4f ATCHI KEITHLEY Samuel Atcuici and Miss Mary Keith J a ltrof Fleming county were Vn ritil here Wednesday of ta i8 v tI by Rev James E Wrightsn tpld for fifty yearr rourthouse of Mason awas the was set on fire by a f i lightning Friday morning id grounatkcDsmucT1vE RviNrThe rain A which fell about daylight Friday morning was very destructiv some lacesSevernl field t promising tobacco on White- any reported as hteraUyn i JJ vh1e one of J n Goodpw stJ 0 tenants on the Forge Mi 1I hadab ut three and ah j d Iof fine tobacco washedip 4 Other localities I J r Jess damage 1rti Y County Teachers Inst5 I convene September 6t Pii4 t CMcDaugIe of e l t IS Ky State NormalrSchoylwlll b the Jinstructor Heiscdnsid ei Jf thebeSt instrnctors Iiit eStnte On Wed lay 4s t At M Prof Mot vwill i JPcalIYitthiuity rSubijs 1i i KILLED BY LiGflTNtt t Mrs f Bradley was killed by tf rtroke of lightning about fis1c tandinpSRidge Fleming county bet Vi I i i Wyoming and Sherburne eral ofher children in the IK i at the time were more orleti riously shocked by the t 4 Mrs Bradley was about th + five years of age and is sur n 1 A buher husband and four children tlr VALUABLE PROPERTY SOLD A i If Miss Anna Peters sold last weeK + f to H S Goodpaster the hn f r rind tract of land in the south n suburbs of town and know nthe Lacy home for 3150 a 1 is a considerable advance o i j Srice Miss Peters paid Qisj p operty In fact there s 1 4 has been for some years a stead and wholesome increase1 inthi SJ thistoFy 1iIi THE REPUBLICANS OP BATL JSI T You are requested o kIt you respective Voting precnw 8 on the 28th d yorAu gust 1909 for the purpose of se- r xdecting delegates to attend a coun ty county convention to beheld P t itd1e Courthouse1in OwingsviUe 4i VKy Sept 1 1909 for the pur I 4 J rto Npose of nominating a ticket for 1sl county offices and to nominate j1N nndidatesfor magistrate in the W several magisterial disttictsp im This August 1C 1909 rWJtL HOWELL Chairman By H C GUDGELLi Secretart I j SHOT AT CAMPMEETING Sun papersI of the South Sher11 a young man If c burn neighborhood byJefferzon r ofBethel on the Parks H lllcampmeebng grounds Thc 4 I following is said to be Capps dy rNong statement A crap game was 4 in progress in Smoky Hollow thie Crowd of playeis striking Capp i between the seventh and dghtli ribs tr friendssJrtedh me 4 with him I1 t field Capps is well connected 1Manning fled but Is believed to have been caught at Flemings burgt LATER A later jeport says Gapp was not killed but badly j wounded and was taken tothe ftSalf Lick hospjtal whero his life if l bangs by a thread- 1 Ji S 1 i ff t1 i i trI i IS 1J t4 I4 45IJEj tr p s s PERSONAL Miss Oddie L Power went to Cincinnati Sunday GrangCityJouctt Byron and wife have laMI en rooms at the Owings House IMrs W B Dry of Louisville Mrs John F Conner Henry Schwab and Mrs L R lesser went to Cincinnati Mon day George Maury of Joplin Mo visited his sister Mrs Howard C Gudgell last week a Mrs John A Daugherty visit d her sister Mrs Land in Mt- terling last weektMrs Ed L Barnes visited herS mother Mrs Jane Jackson Preston last week- John Swetnam of near Hey noldsville visited his uncle Dr W Jones last weeknMiss Birdie Gault of Holden i West Virginia visited her sister Mrs Jas A Barnes last wedkc visited terrkwis near Salt Lick last week Misses Belle Strother of Gray on and Nellie Dunlap of SeattIe are visiting Miss Julia ijtrng her sister Mrs Jas W Em t ensswas here Saturday making arrang mcnts to take the benefit of ther bankrupt law b Joseph F Jones and wife ofc BakersfieldCalifornia visited the tatters sister Mrs T H Brown h past week Miss Bessie Ewan of Helena fter a weeks visit with the fam ly of Dr H J Daily returned home MondayJMrs James Ramey son Francke of Butler Ind are vis OWtjI L DBrothec and wife with Leslie McCormick and wife of lit ling attended the Irks HilJ 1sIflCtflg Sundayjb1 M Ht f 81vatermeloAlex ConIfer Saturday nightf Robt Gatlett Emmet Fratman Eugene Brother Andy Denton formed a fishing party to lies Milt last Week Their luck was ni rate sMrsette county is visiting her sister H C Gudgell Mrs Prow tt is the youngest daughter of thd late Dr Joseph MaurytJ B Goodp ster left Wednes day to join his wife at Atlantic City He was accompanied by his brotherinlaw Wallace Mc Elroy of Lebanon Mrs E H- ooqpastexjoined this party the Mrs Good paster will reniaii in Atlantic City a week or two and will then visit friends in New York City and Staten Island JSANT BROOKS DAMAGED A pedal from Maysville says that tarday mghtatld Sunday that was swept by three of the 5dest known there in rs Bridges were swept away uiiM much damage was done corn and tobacco The brick residence of S R Brooks on West Third street situated at the foot of a large Hills was almost washed away from its foundation The water swept down on the house in tonents going through the first floor swept everything before it carrying the furniture a hundred feet from the house- This is the second time Mr Brooks has suffered from the same cause KILLED BY A BASE BALLIn Morehead Sunday a number o young men who were acting as solicitors for a Cincinnati picture house and who had been work lug Morehead and vicinity find ing the Sunday very dull in the little country town challenged local ball club fora game The challenge was accepted an the game was in progress when a ball thrown by Blair pitcher for the Morehead cluE struck one of Cincinnati boys b the name of Altman in the tern pIe He never regaiped con sciousness and died in a few hours t CONCERT Mrs Flora Rag land Hill and her pupils assisted by Miss Amy Brooks of Oklaho ma City will give a concert on Tuesday evening Au ust 24 the High Schoolbuilding t ft 1 J h WIlY THEIIE WILL BE No To RACCO POOL IN 1909 BeClUBe in the first place if a grower goes into it in order to get a better price he ties up the product of for an indefinite time anda majority of farmers arc not able to conduct their business that way A number of growers went into the 1907 pODl on the guarantee of the solicitor that they would receive their money by the first of March following meet land payments and other obligations but the guarantee proved to be nothing more than promise with nothing behind it The first of March came and to meet their contracts these men compelled to steal their own tobacco out after night and haul it to a market and to undergo the curses and vituperation of the pool people the very people they went in to help Another reason a number of ool citizens signed their tobacco flntothing wrong butas their finan ia integrity required them to re a alize the best possible price for tobaccoj they had to stifle conscience and remain quieta when it was decided that er for the pool to be successful he crop of 1908 had to be cut out even though scraping whipI ing and as Mr Clay truthfully aid in his speech at Paris mur er and arson had to be resorted o These men are not going to J ign an agreement to put them i selves in this predicament again Ve have men our own county who value the inheritance purhasedors and men who are not goingfto barter their liberty price of a few cents on tobacco and the politicians who are en gineering another pool caring nothing for the poor hardwork d tobacco grower and his fami y expecting to land themselves into office by the votes of the to acco grower are going to find themselves badlyitustaken Mr Clay has said that another J tobacco pool meant civil war in I Kentucky No my friends it doe not When another pool is and the disgiacef me iJds of silBkcltPatclrV v erripted threatened in theBuri will bean inde pendentorgi1riizatioIitrselfde rense that will be abundantly able to take care of its ownin terests and there will be no war One hundred men banded together in a county in defense of their homes and their rights and on the ide of the right would be invin Icibleorganized in any attempt to the laws of the land We are not saying this in order o threaten those who may think it right to form another but to give them to understand the situation that if in order to suc ceed another crop has to be cut out causing another year of en forced idleness that it cannot be done and for them not to go into t expecting it to succeed in this way The glory of the farmer if he has any glory has been his independence his right to cultivate any kind of a crop and as muchI of it as suits his land and his judgment and that he will fight and he is right in doing so be fore he will surrender his liberty Another reason we think there will be no pool is that no clEar calculating business man can fig ure out where the 190G and 1S07 pools benefitted any one except the officers the speculators and the grafters We know the question is asked What are you going to do when the American Tobacoo Co forces the price down to five and three cents again Well we have lived and we can live again in a country that can produce mon 1outsideof almost any other country We Iffthecents for the 1907 crop with the 1903 crop cut out there is no rea son why he canotlive even on the prices the American Tobacco Co was paying when there was no pool legitimatedif they again undertake to oppress us open to us for adoption In conclusion one word polity ically we would say considerini- the situation although we do not believe there will be an attempt to pool in Bath county it would be well to elect men as county ofI ficers for the next four years who will pledge themselves to enforce the law not only against night riders but in every respect ANON Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK Tf lT4j GHAN1iFi1 ciR REUNION By toe William Cartmill Post No 141 of SAJ11 I JfIrIT7V BE HELD ONIThursaay Frti y annSaturaay AUGUST 20 27 XD 28 1009 whereholdFarmers Ky This noted resort made a succor ast year and will more than do so again and every possible effort will be made to make this reunion surpass all others Attractions from a doll rack stand to a flying dutchman and shows of all kinds Music from a violin to a- rstclas brass band Political and patriotic speeches by notedor ators each day The best of order is guranteed by the sheriff and special officer will be detailed for night duty Base ball game every day gentlemen if you want to have three big days of fun and amusement bring your wives and children old maids and ll to this reunion GRAND MARCH EACH DAY headed by Enoch Wills Commander Horse trading on the second and third days will be a special feature and a premium will be given to the man making the most trades Given by the Blue with a special invitation to the Gray to attend GENERAL MANAGERSLEONARD MYERS W W COOK SecretaryloxDIED SUDDENLY John Ever ett Hart aged 49 years died suddenly at his home atSlate Valley Sunday afternoon After eating hearty dinner he comp med ofI unwell pJy vas called andprescrih ami and after taking the m rie he felt some but soon aer the doctor had gone Hart grew sud denly worse and died L hort time He had suffered ft aeart trouble for several year John Everett Hart IfS the youngest sun of the la U1- tCackidHtoNayIor f arich dD issur vivedhyfom hildrenrirurs Roll M nleyv r I i MaudeV d Floyd 1b ugthi ll 7 iv43LvjES ECTEDtliooltrustees wts lowmgdlSfrlctsSaturd gist 7 Fassett Thos Mr V1 Sulphur Isaac Karricl Ja PftCkCoylei Okln G R Gray LoraltLick-V B Norris Pexgrein RM Per grem Reynoldsville Wha cy Hendrix EstesHenrlx Salt- Well Reuben Goodpast ym pian Springs John Wills ick gton1oSmith Bethel Albert Wilson There was no election in the districts of Licking Union Nay lor Jackson Davis Pplksville and Poplar Grove A GOOD MEETING Dear Ed itorThe meeting which I be gtm at Blevins Valley Monday night Aug 2 closed Saturday night Aug 7 During the meeting 32 persons were added to the church Nineteen by baptism and thirteen reclaimed The people there were anxious forthe meet ing to c ntinue but other engage ments necessitated a close The meeting was very pleasant not withstanding the need of more room Men and boys stood in the aisle children sat on the floor and I noticed one lady sitting on the back of a seat Yours N CC LOG BOOM DYNAMITED The log boom belonging to the Licking River saw mill at Farmers was dynamited one night last week and a large number of logs employcdIthe time of the dynamiting U S Marshal Jackson arrested Roll Frailey charged with selling whisky without Government li cense He confessed and was sent to Catlettsburg for trial YOUTHFUL FORGER A 15year old colored boy of Sharrpsburg was jailed here for forging say eral checks on Boone Cline but was released when his father paid the money back- Kimbrough Thomas of ne Jacksons schoolhouse was seni ously hurt by a fall from the loft of a barn in which he was at work 7 T S Shrout will save you mon ey on furniture cash or credit 46 Brii you job work to TIlE OUTLOO t ce f Sp T MONTGOMERY COUNTY FAIR AUGUST 31 SEPT 1 2 8 and 4k CountyFairon the above named dates Biggest brightest and best fair in the State Trotting pacing and running races everyday for good purses New grand stand new fib ral hall new stables and the best halfmile track in the State No more attractive grounds can be seen and they are located with in four squares of the Court h use I beralipremiuraa offered for colfrshows harness and sadj dIe hOrses sheep and hogS S ctheFJoial exhibit baby shows on Satday See the 300 sWeep 9iL1htirsptfg rmgo Wednesday A special premium of 30wiU be giver on fpr the best suckling colt to be iov to halter conformation t Faction to be considered jcr Iand 10 to second No A bi thJ ing Premium lsoVered for the best lady rider ti i rt lady driver fancy turnouts uiJ uick hitching contest Mule and pony races J with a tox chase Tuesday and Saturday great military band ot Cincinnati will furnish the music A C1 anmoralanauptQdate IIJidwaywillbe run botl1dayand merry goround Entries to trotting and pacing races sweepstakes saddle horse Ting gelding ring and roadster ring close on Saturday August 21 Send for catalogues and en try blanks to W C HAMILTON Secy W HOFFMAN WOOD Ass t Secy In the District Court of the United States FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY- IN BANKRUPTCY HlwardCampaBankrupt On this 11th of August A D 1909 on considering the peti tion of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 11th day of August A D 1909 it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 13th day of September A D 1909 before said court at Covington in said district at 10 oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be one time in THE OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK a newspaper published in said dis trict and all known creditors and appearshow cause if any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should not be grantad Witness the Hon A M J Cochran Judge of said SEAL Court and the seal thereof at Richmond in said dis 1trict on the 11th day of A D 1909 Jos C FINNELL Clerk W C BENNETT D C A large crowd 1 attendance a great deal of stock offeredand sold is the report of tho Mt Star ling Courts t ct f Jii tQ l 7 BUGGY HRLiv Jf J l is something that should besaf foroU y f use I can sell you better harness of ahyskj made or machinemade for less money qrf sid red than you can buy elsewhere Cor t YIma de Saddles 6 are the cheapest for they are the best Yours for saddles and harness that give satisf EUCENE BVS 8HAW OWINGSVII THE RACKET STOw oX Will sell tobacco coats ak pants at 95c eachalso th apron good for any kinat IRev Fish brand the best madsf PARIS 0R1EEN 25c r pound Star tin cans 4Q- jpdozen oneqt Masonf 4 omis 48c pfT t dozen W i s f Jr MAXEYEP I f t i c- HITCH TQ Oh rpI 6ut Eigli llrotI ers Wagon Vv v LcaileriQ6ok Stove or Range rj V Wliite Sew l1g Machine pi f Pittsburg Pifeet Wire Feif- Ujid you will have the best 1 JR BRO THEll TO THE PUBLlaY Having bought out the business of jEd L BarW which we are moving to the room jusitcompleteds j J Nesbitt in The Pocket where we expect to e large our business to compare with arfirstf FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKINGS estf ment in Eastern Kentucky We have sedur services of Mr Barnes who is a licensed Efny D We trust by firstclass service and fair itear merit a share of your patronage We al full line of BOGGlES prices guaranteed anf suit the purchasers v f RespectfuHyf l J i JACKSON E llr COALI have for sale at my place on Jefferson street Coal LimeSaltSand Cem- entBRICK at as low rates as any one can furnish these articles AUSTIN BOA7 i Itijar iio 1 11 J croW r f T iiiAiTErVtS MONqM H f l f y rIARBLII 1i Iha jI low t 9i fdGz tzrl1 i r1io W t f 4 i f t f hrrLLra frSIf WILL DACK l Ir NEW FIGHT it t ERTY t 7 J MATTEAWAN t i v i IU Declares Stanford I Y V i Murderer Is Stilt Insane V es Wifes Story FalseBe Prisoner Whipped Girls l iePlalns N Y Backed by his l great wealth Harry K Thaw q0 wasitaken back to the Matteawan l tsano asylum under tho decision ren4 nered Thursday by Justice Mills will tbon begin another fight for his libert f ju this time In the court of appeals rvJlIuBilco Mills in dismissing the Tj5corpus declared tho release t r e petitioner would be dangerous t 10 public peace and safety vV 3ero is no crumb of comfort for r the 7000word opinion hnnd a 4 I own b Justice Mills All the Vs i Mentions of his old adversary Dls yct Attorney Jerome are supported t- Vd it Is declared that Thaw Is still a t is ne stilt suering from persistent S I 1 i delusions and still as much a parad r 4 nolao as on the day he shot Stanford r White 1 4 i Thaw waiting in the White Plains e jnll at the rear of tho courthouse a J where the decision was filed received calmnessI UrI si t The members of his family and his attorney seemed stunned by the thor oughness ot their defeat Thaw de i dined to give out any extended state i ment contenting himself with the as f 1sertion that he was not disheartened S7 and would at once continue his LIght e 1 4 for libertyit f5 i rcentered upon the court ot appeals athearing before a jury In my effort tov aflf l have my commitment to Matteawan I set aside Justice Mills In his opinion reaches rS 4 these three formal conclusions That Thaw was Insane when be killed VjbteJi r That not yet recoveredoThat public peace and safety would atI0 h 1 k Ho1 upholds District Attorney Je l 2 roines contentions that Thaw still tS f ff cherishes delusions regarding the practices ot Stanford White and his A associates Justice Mills characterizes Evelyn Thaws tale of the Madison Square jf 1 ttqwer room and similar stories about i He told at the sanity hearing as t jd and grossly improbable evident 7 normal mind grossly exag 1 hfei eltetin the testi d aa Merrill regarding 9 a Iwbi plBg ot girls andir Ie4ta contrait1t w ea 1 c1 atUtude asa lF 5vti J i nhood kjrIIi2C8 as 11tii los YrL Cy th ejrl8ursaeueraher exposiiof the keftiM iof Itott oa the ataad evMeaUy jpfoMpted bis reeeiuH4Ue that Thaw be al lew4 etcprhUgei at that iBstl citla At the same tin he gently ofae o whom 4Id I Iifti 4o evidence of any k kMrUWn 1 or Hue zeal cm hisa t J fjSNot the lest antlIeBtence In Jaatlce Mills le the oph lon alawyers here is one which de G i clarw that Thaws delusions bad be 4 i v cone axed alilf e tabltahM before p1e tIne oL his marrlager- tflPdtw It is pointed out that this sentence orlProII445I1tether marriage a14 1sui C ftDOMANIA t l = t n Cincinnati Man Gives Tha Reason 7i Yrf rllaJttJna Wife f1I Court t fteteaeee Him r f v 4 Iif1f rl 4 IsIeMiWiIllam BcheBck rot tEweed place eSered a loYal excuse j lapp1g l wife when he faced S1Ji4e Uoaa Ia the polico cqura rvwo4aIday He claliae that he wai i a Ic4 Gr peatI earioaaaJa and J t r t 1IMrIM kM wife with seadiag them o t He jmMite4 iefenJ csjfa to the r l oa All 14ew aM tGuer stowed a cSaU wllerrouc iroma with out treeh4arLyftwaIng Uaderaqtj t I I tk p1ctsee WUIN1ate4 the wonl I I ilo 14t care CIMSIIever cones beck s AethrMt 08UCoM e In Vr1 watacje e I t rle wile b1S1e4 that Sckeec lend rr V i IP sad puached ker ltke i Mee wbi4e be was talking with her 1Ct l 4 f 14aTSUbt He was releueL 11 c e 1J 04o fAMIc CltyGts cLA it CIfUiiAU oCJOoJ J r C a the etllic pkce cit f p i aaimeittottll1e ltI1eiJrud4 4 3 JwtJte Rejiablc Rev Damie- lmV0ca S iKUuuMUi was elected 5I1I iaad JL Sflryce of New York triMteV ortJae IaJdaCfwict i Iir t 1kckuld KH1W hy Llihinlng Sh5 d111Nose the lvoyear tt 1 f at James Keac VUn rris ra S4 killed by Ughtnlng sad her 1 9 ftS en ctr uconsciou 4 Mii17co ItfIofp tj i t v rr i KIig Missilk5rlowiy pi J f l JIa bbe AbyaaiitaTn vlei t J df v I pnecous health of XIS Gl r kfrpoweni fr8gencVhave II f d 1r f to Ras Tesama th Mn1ncet 0J LIdS Jeusu theP o t atothetJosei trI r0 cL J f 4jiOiannI zI ICH1gf JIDg IIsh t QIeHz t i jh 4 4t tottc t 14 ff551reup iI 0 i lit Pf t I J ff iroo I f 1 s t ff j Sa J 1i c rl1aat q2 gsgt j 0 i a ji r JJi df t aii lt If t 4 t1rJ1m i s L NOW THAT THE OLD ITHE TIMID SUITOR MAY PROCEED SAFELY WITH HIS WOOING d u AMERICA 10 WARN JAPAN NCLE SAM TO CALL HALT IF CHINAS DOORS CLOSE Crisis Seems to Be NearEuropean Powers Also Watching Actions of Mikados Government Washington The United States ill call Japan to task if any attempts made to close the doors of China to the trao of this country Such a step has been definitely decided upon and Japan knows it The open door was insisted upon by the United States ten years ago when Russia was dominant In China and when Japan was clamoring for trade The action of the United States t that time was highly pleasing to apan and contributed to the success f the Japanese in expelling Russia although that was far from the pur pose of the Washington government Because the United States insisted on the open SL at that time the Japanese govi Disregarded it as an act of Inca jf Tokyl and not a firm and irrevol J stroke of Amer ican policy NoJapan Isto learn that the American contention for the open door In China was not directed a t Russia but at all powers that at tempt to dominate China to the exclu slon of United S ates commerce Russia today Is occupying much the same position that Japan did ten years ago whf n Secretary Hay insist ed on the ofliih door The hear Is watching Japans con duct very ely for any breach in UAackuriatnat would justify protest Not only iRussIa is watching Japans conduct butso are Germany France HjoJIandi It and Austria throughout n lfju pe s in the Ualted ttoGee whether Japai n any Sway violates the principles LOB teadeditor by the powers and for this dclobUtr become v evident the time will be ripe for some very pertinent Ques ions directed to the Japanese govern raentns to her motives and intentions The government is considering the appointment to tills office of Cha jrhHsun formerlj governor of Mukden MISS SANTA CLAUS SUICIDE Had Utters to frls Kringle from Children Sen To Her and Sent Afta Philadelphia Miss Elizabeth A Phillips known widely as Miss Santa Glaus committed suicide by1 inhaling illuminating gas She was found in a room at her home with a gas tube in her mouth nailwork at Chfetmas time among the poor chlldrA For weeks prior to Christmas oc each year she collected Funds which she expended for toys and clothing for the needy and on Christmas eve she visited the homes pt the children in a big automobile Two yeiurs ago at her request all the letters written by children and toSantClau8wcredellveredto dren as far as possible were com plied with Educator Killed by Train Burlington Vt Prof Wllhelm Bcrnhardt of Washington D C a wel known educator and author was struck and killed by a train on the Rutland railroad here He was spending the summer hero Prof Bernhardt was about 60 years of age and for lanyyears was director of German In the Washington high schools Balloonist Cross Frontier Line Beuthen Prussia According to a report received at the headquarters here x f the German frontier guard a mlUtaryballool1calT1lngthree frontier near MHowice and came down In Russian territory TheoccuPl9ta were biltcd by a Rear Admiral Thomson Dead Seattle Wash Rear Admiral Judah Thomson USN retired died at Providence hospital after a long Ill seas aged 67 years Hidden Foe Shoots Woman Nashville Ind Mystery shrouds the attempted assassination of Mrs Charles Dalley 54 years old who was shot from ambush and seriously wounded Mrs Dalley was riding in an open buggy and was on her way to Edlnburg when she was shot As she approached a thicket Mrs Dale who was driving a spirited horse heard a peculiar noise The horse be came frightened and started toiun away when a shot rang out Phys acrIUC31Q 1 s iLl H L i TIPTON BANK REOPENS Gets 200000 Cash and Prepares to Resume Business Monday Morn Ing Markers Successors Chosen Tipton IndTwo hundred thou sand dollars were placed upon the counter of the First National bank of this city by a special express messen ger Friday preparatory to the reopen ing of the Institution Monday morning The bank has been closed since Noah Markers assistant cashier disappeared and since it was learned that the funds were short The money was the first installment of 000000 which was in the vault before tho bank opened The following notice was placed In the bank window- Stockholders have put up cash to cover all shortages and bail accounts Cash is now on hand to pay every de positor in full and any obligations of any kind The bank expects to open for business Monday morning George Shortle Jr and John B Shirk were elected cashier and assist ant cashier respectively IRRIGATION MEET CLOSES National Congress Endorses Both Pin chot and Newel and Elects New Officers 4 Spokane Wash With the elec ofomc rsthe selection of Pubblo1Cot as tile next meeting the passage of resolutions cbm mending both the efforts of Plnchpt and Newell In the forestry and reclrv mation bureaus flaking a 10000000 Irrlgntlon fund from congress and IVitertion cqngressrhas ended The officers are B X Fowled of Phoenix Aria president Arthur Hooker Spokane secretary Ralph NewMexlcovlcepresdent president L Newman MpntHna thlrdl kVlcepresldenti FWi Fiemming Nex Mexico fourth vice president E fWatson South Carolina fifth vice presIditSMAD MAN SEES GOVERNOJl UnexpectedVisit Executive Dunnington resistedarrest shootIngnear his place of refuge later escap ing and fleeing into South Carolina made an unexpected visit to Gov Joe Brown at too executive office In the capitol Dunnnigton came to appeal to the governor for protection from what he termed the persecution of his tola heialdthat be might commit murder MILTON DEL FLAMESWEPT Loss of 150000 Sustained In Fierce BlazeFour Solid Blocks Destroyed Dover Del Four blocks of the town of Milton Del a lumber and canning center were entirely de ptroyed by fire causing a loss which will exceed 160000 At one time more than150 build ings were on fire but the arrival of firemen from surrounding towns saved aU but 38 buildings from complete de struction J Bacon May Succeed White LondonFOrmer Secretary of State Englandmalto the report that he is to succeed Henry White as American ambasSA- dor to France Assassinated at Own Home Lexington XyMra George Eu ontheabuggyshootingJoins Iowa College Faculty Iowa City laProf Barry Gilbert IIIInolsIowa state board of education He will resume his place in the Univer tacilltytakingrence Mi Dyers Fire Damages Tunnel Structure theblgrailroadaround the city caused great excitement hereI l I dI t J nfU 1Y j JS4S H rt 30 OEAO82INJlIHfi BY EARTHQUAKE IN CEN rJ JAPAN WIDE AREA AFFECTED SHOCK RAZES 362 BUI nl S Thousands of Others Badly Damaged River Banks Break and Tcwns Inundated Mountain Formation ChangedTokyoItoports received Sunday concerning tho earthquake In Central Japan Saturday afternoon show that there wero a number of fatalities anti that great damage was done property The dead at present Is said to be 30 though it Is feared that the fatalities will be greatly increaiied wlen tIle outlying districts are heard from Th6 number of persons Injured Is 82 Thus far 362 buildings Including many tern pIes are reported to have been destroyed and more than one thousand others badly damaged The shock occurred at 330 oclock Saturday afternoon and affected a wide area in tho Shiga and Glfu prefectures The town of Osaka in Glfu suffered terribly The banks of the Hlda river thero broke and the surrounding country was Inundated The people of tim district fled to high ground and remained in the open all night Intermittent shocks were felt thoughout Saturday night and early Sunday morning- The mountain Ibuki a short dis tance west of Gifu emitted smoke In the early stages of the earthquake and then collapsed with a tremendous roar The formation of the mountain was completely changed Slight damage was done at Nagoya to the southward of Glfu and neigh boring villages MOTHERS TERRIBLE DEED Asphyxiated Herself and Three Children In a Bathroom Sho Was Hopelessly IU Chicago Mrs Mario Hondzel Sunday committed suicide and at the same time asphyxiated her three boj babies She had carefully bathed and dressed her three chlldrenrone 4 years old and the other two 2 year oldand carried them into the bathroom where sho had closed the dooi and turned on the gas Mrs Handzel had been for sometime and apparently was able to get no relief She leaves four other chil dren ranging in ago from 5 to 16 Lake Disappears During Nght La Crosse Wls rBeautiful Lak Como atHekah Minn Just across the state line a resort much patronized bj southern tourists dlsappeared dunn I the night When the residents of th village arose Sunday morning thej were amazed4o see nothing but a bed ot shifting sand qoyered with dying fIshti darn stio feet long at the fool lot th tent out with a roaleafI3- fjnday nf Jlngbut this falls 16 ae q Uttr UsaPDeironh c l bJI5k Negro Lynched lonroeL News was receive here Sunday of th j lynching4 of a he gro near Doss in Moorehouso parisn The negro was hanged from a tree nj the roadside near his home and hit body rjddlcd with bullets Considerable Ill feeling is said to have beeo entertained against him because n brought suit against a white resident of that community who had killed t cow belonging to the negro Blew His Head Off With Dynamite PeorIa 111 Charles P Jones aged 73 whose home is at Hanna City ill blow Us head oft with a dynamlU cartridge ma ravine near tiie Peon I State Hospital for the Insane Thi blast severed his head from the bodj as if done by a guillotine and whlli nothing could bo found of the head the body was in good shape Jones waS admitted to the asylum August on his own request Lumber Plant Burps Wadley GaThe plant ot the Wad ley Yellow PIne Lumber Co an- diare i quantity of lumber were de stroyed by fire entailing a loss of ap- proximatelY 150000 with 100000 Insurance MARKET REPORTS I Cincinnati Aug 14catUeExtra 650 Calves Extra 800 Hog Choice S8Q5 Sheep Extra 145pLambsSpring 77578F- loUt Spring patent 6400665 Wheat No 2 red L08110 Con Np 2 mlxed6970 Oats No 2 mixed 373S RyeNo 2 cholcs 7575W Hay Choice timothy 16 Ji17 ButterDalry20cEggsPez doz 20C Apples Choice 1500 3 PotatoesPer brL 1GO175 Tobacco Burley 115001850 Chicago Aug UWheatNo 2 red 107108 Corn No 2 mixed 65Uc OatsNo2 mixed 43c Pork Prime mess 20452050 Lard Prime 1132 Louisville Aug ItWhentNo 2 red 144 Corn No 2 mixed 79c OatsNo 2 mixed 53c Hay Choice timothy It Hogs Extra Extra 680775 Lard Steam 975 Indlandppllsi Aug 14 Cattie Prime 6250675 Hogs Extra 785 805 SheepExtrn555H- eat Killed Two In St Louis St Louis MoThe heat Wiled two pertonshercooled the atmosphere The maximum Saturday was 96 at 2 p m and it was 83 at 9 p m the hottest at that hour In nine yews DestroyedSanta Arlington was destroyed by fire Sunday evening Several hundred guests from all parts of the country were In the hotel but nfl escaped The loss is estimated at 7i 000 tp I V 4ior f oJ M 55000000000 FUND THAT SUM TO BE USED IN PUSH ING IRRIGATION Other Resolutions Are Made at Na tional Congress In Session at Spokane Wash Spokane WushAn Issue of 5000 000000 in three per cent bonds for Ir rigation of arid lands Improvement of waterways and public roads and drain age Is the plan of the National Irriga tion congress in session here Arthur Hooler of Spokane secretary of the board of control introduced the resolution requesting this great sum at Wednesdays session- It is proposed to use this fund in live portions as follows Ono billion for drainage one billion fro irrigation one billion for deep waterways one billion for good roads and one billion for forest preser ration It was asked that a committee present the request to congress- A resolution also was introduced planning that where settlers of arid lands have been deprived of the right to reclaim their lands by the action of the reclamation service in cutting off water rights such settlers may gain the right to their lands by the reclamation of one acre in their tracts by means of a well J N Teal of Oregon introduced a resolution condemning the use of the plumage of birds for the decoration of womens headgear and asking further protection of birds in the west where their activities are a relief from the savage Insects In the forests George Otis Smith director of the geological survey spoke on the classi fication of public lands Irrigation in South Dakota was discussed by S H Lea state engineer of South Dakota Howard Elliott president of the Northern Pacific railroad spoke on the opportunities of the west Mr Elliott with a note of bitterS ness in his voice said that while the railway is second only to the farm er as a developer of the nations resources but few arose to say well done thou good and faithful serv ant FRENCHMAN FLIES OVER ALPS Reach Height Excesdlng Three Miles While Passing over Mount Blano Danger NotOver Chamonlx France Tho hat loon Sirius has succeeded in flying over the Alps The airship left here last Sunday under the pilotage of M Spelterlne who bad with him three passengers Pears were entertained for the safety of the voyagers but they have landed safely at a point near Locarno at an altitude of 6400 feet The four men however still had a dangerous path to cover on toot from the place whore they landed into Locarno The Sinus traversed Mount Blanc and soared over the Aiguille du Dru and the Aiguille Verte The highest alUtud attained on the voyage was 5600 meters equal to 18373 feet t1DIanevember of i90S by two Italtarero Thegeatestwas 20iyrrt t7ndth re1ledatmosphere made It necessary for the men to resort to their supply of oxy gen to keep al veThe Mllanb which went up from Milan came down at AixleBains after haying cov ered a distance of 175 miles In three hours ROBS ILLINOIS BANK OF 2500 Lone Desperado Holds Up Cashier and Brother and Fleelwlth- LargeAmount Jacksonville I1lA daring bank robbery occurred at Franklin Morgan county a lone bandit securing 2500 in currency tromicashlerot the Farmers Merchants bank One suspect has been arrested but his identity has not been proven Between one and two oclock in the afternoon a man clad like a farmer appeared at the cashiers desk and asked to exchange some bills of small denominations for larger ones The cashier went to the vault to get the billsWhen he emerged the robber was inside the railing and covered him with a revolver demanding the bank I cash SWEDENS STRIKE WEAKENS Backbone of the Trouble Broken and Many Men Are Returning to Their Work Stockholm The belief is gaining ground that the backbone of the gen era strike has been broken Work men of various kinds resumed their duties in increasing numbers Wednes day and it Is expected that the printers soon will return to work All the newspapers In Stockholm are Issuing handprinted sheets while those In the south are b lng printed In Des mark Big Land Winning a Lark Seattle Wash Joseph Furay of Warsaw Ind who drew number 1 in the Flathead land distribution is allparently not excited over his good fortune although he has been In formed that his allotment is worth 50000 He registered for the draw Ings just for a lark he says Remove Ban on American Cattle Buenos Ayresv The minister of agriculture has annuled the decree o tntoArMore Land for Homesteads Washington Acting Secretary of the Interior Wilson has designated 1658640 acres more of land located in the northwestern part of Montana rtBentonlarged homestead act New Charter for Railroad Topeka KanTho Missouri Pacific Railway Company has obtained a new charter from the state charter board showing a 774000001 iacreasd of capital u- I STATE HAPPENINGS News of General Interest in a Summarized Formo BY SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTS Message from Secretary of Stats Bru ner at Washington D C Taken to Mean That Quarantine Against Sheep Will Not Take Effect at Once Frankfort KyEvCdently the quar antine against sheep in Kentucky will not become effective at once for See retary of State Bruner telegraphed the employes of hs office here from Washington D C We win This message is taken to mean that there would be no quarantine against sheep until at least September 1 and that the purpQiQof the committee in call ing upon Secretary Wilson has been accomplished PROMINENT WOMAN SUICIDES Wife of Louisville Lawyer Ends Life by Shooting Herself Louisville Ky Pinning two red roses to a farewell note which she dispatched to her daughter ill in an In firmary Mrs May Spindle wife of Thaddeus W Spindle law partner of Aaron Kobn ended life by shooting herself in the mouth with a revolver No tragedy in all the list of suicides in several years has so stirred Louis ville Alone in her home on Fourth avenue and lying upon the bed in her room Mrs Spindle committed the aw ful deed The maddening pain of frequent headaches and the effects of morphine and chloroform which her physicians declare she took constantly are believed to have been the cause of her deed- SENATOR BRADLEY WIRES Secretary of Agriculture Wilson Ask ing Him to Hold Off Quaran tine Order Lexington Ky Senator W O Brad Icy while here sent a telegram to Sec rotary of Agriculture Wilson asking him to await the coming of Commis sioner of Agricultuie Rankin Secre tary of State Bruner and VT Chil ton ot Campbellsburg president of the Kentucky Sheep Breeders association who left for Washington to intercede with Secretary of Agriculture Wilson in an effort to have him hold off the quarantine on Kentucky sheep They will endeavor to show that the scabies which affects th Kentucky sheep Is being eradicated and that a quarantine will be unnecessary SUIT FILED lN FRAN KFORT Against kentucky Trattion Co of Lotfl Isvllle to Recover Back Taxes v Frankfort K1 tor the common wealth Arthur EvHopkns ot Louis Srljle tiled suit inrhe state ftacalcoKrt hcrQ against the Kentucky Traction Co idf Louisville to recover back taxes amounting vto 135000 and petal ties amounting to 7000 Hopkins wilt get the penalties if he secures a judgment He alleges that the corn pany Incorporated for 5000 and In creased the capital stock to fSlOUOOOO and has not been paying taxes the difference ecas8 will comeUp be tore Judge RLStllUtln November BENZOATE OF SODA IN FOODS Circular Sent to Physicians of Kentucky Asking Their Opinion as to Its Effect Frankfort KyDirectorM5A Sco vellof the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station at Lexington has Issued a circular to the physicians of Kentucky requesting their opinion as to the Use of benzoic acid and ben zoate of soda in foods The result of Director Scoveils Inquiries may determine what action will be taken as to tho enforcement of the pure toad and drug laws ot the state with ret erence to these food preservatives INJUNCTION WILL BE ASKED To Prevent State Officials Making Tubercuipus Tests Louisville Ky Application for an injunction against state health officials to prevent tuberculous tents Of dairy herds will be made by the Dairymen Protective association bringing on the fight between the health officials anil the dairy owners The case will prob ably be carried to the court of appeals When Dr F T Elseuman state veteri narian attempted to inspect the herd of Anton Beichmuth police assistance was required Louisville KyNews was received here announcing the death In Detroit of John M Sharp until a few days ago ono of the leading brokers of Lou isville Mr Sharp left this city without telling any of his friends ptthis plans which gave rise to numerous rumors LouisvBle Ky David Brooks fiOI one of the most widely known stock raisers of Jefferson county was badly injured In a runaway accident sustaining a broken hip and a badly crushed body Frankfort JyA D Martin gen era manager of the Ford Johnson Co of this city Informed Charles Irion manager of the plant here that the company had secured the contract for furnlsalng the new South Dakota capital at 120000 Louisville KyCol Al Bourller ane of the best known theatrical men yearsI pointed manager of the Gaiety Thea ter l f dJ i cIi iY i Lexingu Co was awaiL the new dormltorj v v ern school near tlL rf 19846 l fjl Morehead Ky DynamltersT Ole section of the Licking River Lumbt V Coa dam at Farmers where employev of the company have been on strike for t eeveral weeks The strikers deny re I sponslblllty rBrownsville Ky Night riders at iVdrew iIJf gave him a severe whipping with fleavewhipped the Gott sisters tt Louisville KyIn the presence of f a great gathering of Louisville peoplertho funeral of Theodore Harris plo fleer Louisville business man and banker who was widely known Tj throughout the state took place at tho Chestnut Street Baptist churchr K q Louisville KyIn the presence ot 350 delegates assembled from all over i f the country the fifth annual conven H Uon of the National Association pt Sheet Metal Workers opened here President E L Seabrook used a palr of metal workers shears as a gavel V Louisville Ky Theodore Harris 72 president of the Louisville National s Banking Co and one of the most i prominent bankers In the south died of a complication diseases He was widely Known ras the father of Miss Zudle Harris noted in European cap itals as pfanlste PadUcah ly OpmoUono the f4 commonwealths rney cases for nlghtridlnk were dismissed In the Calloway circuit o rtnt Murray Jt1 Convictions were Impossible under the ruling of the Appellate Court that r evidence Ota general conspiracy was V fnot admissible sfLexington KyA conference QtinJ surgent democrats was held the Reed hotel here to consider plans for an independent fusion ticket for county offices While nobody present IlCliuonitwairjlearned definite action was taken v Morehead KyA stranger whpse u lactions aroused the suspicions of tho 4 police was arrested at Farmers and brought here When searched powderlfc and dynamite and several well drills were found in his pockets There bas been no further violence in the stnlket ot river men r 1 IoiWinchester Ky News has reached LerQ from Iarlan county ofthe eaio f Iby Louisville parties pt a1JthflrthOI4 4 jgs of coal lands In that countyancHI In Lee county Virginia J consistlhgjjjpt 1 about 11QOO acres to the Coal ani Coke Co ofyirKillalfogj Jt ft t price aggregating over X f ia S Lexington Ky7Mr5 F BeauchampKstate PreslI nt t C IT U wasbetoreth reeWng the iedictneptof claimIng tlit that poB grounds on which bee drinks are epld Is dutaldeo- lhnita and ln the idry 1 VL Lexington KyTlie shot ford cattla at the Blue BraVsslrj probably the best ever seen in Keny tuck Tao herds ofiiItnerBrb vbyvllleJr ftte md and Warren T CraY Kentland Ind figured chiefly in the awards 4 i Winchester KyCapt Ellis liax ter while attempting to cross tiief Louisville and Nashville Railroad in a wagon on Main street hee was struck by a fast train and probably ifatally Injured He has been ComA marider of John S Williams Co UY 1 C and is a prominent official in theylocal Masonic Lodge iLouisville KyAn effort wjlll blt J iEHarrisr v charity and 1800 a year to Jtlschl1i 1fthebelrsaretheir allowance ofxniy 150 a month Harris stated in his will Inherited jwealth1 is seldom usefuL He left his l1r estate to tho Baptist v r Frankfort Ky Judge Cochran ot the united States District Court flied an ll1the Federal Court here JrJ in the case of Charles F Coffin of IndIaBapolIsM against the New flail yVt Jelltcp Coal Co Wi McC Jotinston and others In which ho statesthat he will take jurisdiction in the case and that r he will point a receiver for the mines while the case Is in lltlg tibn The M 1tenni Louisville Ky WMle preparing te Jg climb up Into the cab of his engine JK jofof this section dropped dead In the round house of this ousvllle andtfNashville raIlroad 4fif Louisville KyThe United Stateait Government and a justice of the peac y tmet In collision here when warrants were issued for the arrest of two Federal veterinarlane assisting In tiii bercular tests being made of dairy herds in this city and county WclIopklnSYIJthe negro who made indecent propo sals to andattemptedtoassaillt M tss Lula Vadl1ngtonthe 11yqsroicl daughter of Tom Wadllagton a promi nent Trigs county farmer was lynche b by a mob 4sj Louisville KyThe initial sessiba1 of the Y M I was held at Trlnty Council hall Nearly every delegata from the Kentucky jurisdiction com r posed of the states of kentnckyj Ten nesseev and Missouri was In atteiidiance 5S os 1 1i rir ti v v I rJ4 III 1 ALlhD It k A1f 40YUKO1 itj COC mAIYP tw PFA RIVER W J The old Familiarity breI y contempt dot hold good i 1 Alask contrary It begets tfor1 ch swells Into enthusl I jne tact after another is dls tdand demonstrated In some S r va3Ntr other the country has a draw t1 f leg and winning effect upon most POT zI i sons who tiavo Uved there U only for f tl a short period Some are attracted t 2 by the beauty and magnificence of the 44 scenery and others Und rest and rot 4 L turaLng vgor in the mildness and even i ness of the climate some again at l tracted by the wonders of the veget able and animal kingdoms and others 4 the majority perhaps delve Into the t f richness of the mineral treasuries1 r V writes John G Brady exgovernor of i Alaska In Independent The adven rera Into British Columbia tho Yu Ikotr territory and Alaska are a hardy aa buoyant stock i t1 Ik0WObflTe gotten up our phys phtes were puxAptng Iron t tdrtwel s when they came to treat ot the aorthwest coastof Amerl su Much k thAt was given was erroneous For lnb stance Mount St Elms In one edition bjDtfth Encyclopedia Britannica i ek o a burnlngTolcano Man p KwellVe1Jucated people well along Inj I fI life b cpaie impatient whea Asflclency Is to em It thattt I Ii ao for bya reasf thoTcan4ft in acqulrlH tofprmatioa BO s variance with precoacetved iYukon is ce oft mighty f the globe CaptalBB wbq b4 their training on Bteamb atB Ittgj Mississippi aadw ho ou Jhnve 4fc a aamberol7earaoa the Yukorlbelievejhal dur1agthemoathS tktaavliuiiosi ma a volume of owa i rtecls discharged toBorlngaeaasl late the Gulf of Mexco Its head ttwatersbeInIa the mountains astorI f ekmgway IB British soil som oiofhe sixtieth parallel and flov ia a geserally northwest direction I il Branches the ieves and Uie y Peliy unIte lit Selkirk at which point iit jakea the name Yukon On Its iBwrtkerB tread it receives the volumes Li1 of other large tributaries before JJawi tI 4s fjii raChedem the mouth of the Kloadlke Keeping a sUit northerly Ji coarse Jt crosses the boundary lieU to tarlatltude 141 degrees 90 miles V BHoldlllgWllta teain direct gI r Uoa at Circle City it widens into c JSif anaeius chaRnels aua great lata UU 7 aYfewi Jiteuted north oT the arctic clr clef where 1ft lejolIedc by the Porcii r j plB i coming5 In from the northeast LI d and takes a generally hJOlthweet course gathering as It oe be Taw na coming up from the ahei8t tiai farther OB the Koyu I M If a ir Khty meanderer from the- i Xxrii audat last discharging through ocro chaBBels over an immense f delta Into I3ering BeL It Is Day i4Igakie fOS large teimboaa as far as 1 a distance of 1600 mIle 8 t t Tre that point smaller t4amers p17 iri tit tJVMtB Horse 112 miles by railroadI Ve hkway The summit s but 50 i iaHe troHi this town end Is at an ele ir inkles of 2700 feM Thl river dralna 4 r t a Bitehty basiL 12Jb1 lOOt thJBgq are stored there p r ie 4 It doe aeemMUloqh the ECreator lateaded It fortho 1tl4iof1ili c C3ola has been found oa 6 f C 0 l ef the Good flDak tahHInterview with Stranp cj SM Monster j co f It pt Roes tthe Staidard 011 Corn steamer Dakotih which ar 5 tYsr the other day from Manilla fiLTi iaeytd a brief ibat BoulstlrriBg flli tetiea Isly 6 tee the flay llrtto de of WodaB IIleetlong asd ten feet wWe with a cavernous mouth Pthf a4ery reyen- I 1 hi ILCat r Roe oa the bridge when lttiMte c e attention to whathe I the port bow WtthI abost a hU dfetctlHt measter they aw yeryIlke a whale ata distance an i view showed no resemblance 4 I TK6 came along said Capt the creature turned Its head f w JttSai ship It was the fiercest l l rtf iiiI ever aw The mouth was like I r tHi tee te tfirallrpad tunnel aad t It as Mg a lecomoilve bead ror all Ie ferocity of the I r ifV t t i 1 ti I jel 4 i I t 1 t 1 1t J 4 SSt = t 4 t 4 fOjo fjp TORT WRAtlClE RUloVA most every stream throughout tho length of the valley where men have made an effort to roach bedrock oven far beyond the arctic circle on the headwaters of the Koyukok Tho pro duction of this metal which Influences mankind so powerfully Natures mills have been grinding nnd reducing ands sluicing in past ages That has been separated from the lodes has been gathered and frozen securely in herlsafe deposit vaults Nearly every campo has Its own peculiar gold a wide difference In regard to shape size color and firmness Dealers and miners become wonderfully accurate in these matters Gold production in the north called new methods and these were Introduced and improved year by year TH possibilities for stock raising ilrj farming are almost beyond ation Sunlight and moisture mt for plant life are unfailing mlts of this article will not al- en a brief discussion of other n gypsum marble iron coal lisp and Umber Surely Alaska Is a goodly heritage and we now hold In grateful memory SumnerNcansjs what was called folly has proved to be wisdom The present pop na7tlvesandwhites The aborigines are n good st 1iand with fair treatment and encouragementwill do their full share in labor and development They are logglnghardly contemplate the history of ownership of the vast possession ie past 4iyears with pride enext need is railway transporta w The wbole southeast and south i toast has good harbors which are sible at any season and for the t part rates are reasonable But vn one leaves the coast and starts tonbutP1emiles in from Valdez the price of pats pertioundtticannot develop yithputtheni Trans setsuchrrali nroadstheathiags in Alaska Resorted to Duplicity J LordTth removed from the host and theversat1on between them turned on l speakingLfit lIJthat after toiling ouraud- lIe whichItheftrsthethitheLhasliHoundansaid to them 1 told you that there were tire things which I desired to twoMudbe a4 bit I appeal to your Intelli goanyyour tlr my own oa a question obvIousHaVas fully as 1 am convinced selfr withthiRt have swung into another part of the subject Gross duplicity but It has Jcit7W1UMan wants but little here below except the things ho knows he cant set F I 1tMet With FKrttiaus Fish 4i il111tkatrange1kILOa 1CftMJ was ifwwhaleO eWea ja Wt11ei bdjXees iJtlVHv for aesourcesfura can face the eyes had a kind look in ihem IntentlyJustgave those eyes a regular googoo roll and sank out of sight A whale would have gone down head first and waved neverswUlIif withkJ8e7been to sea for many years but never saw another flab like that one eftabwallalthedeBcribeli placinBOrth longitude 152 degrees weSt The Rfalni of North America otKuJcotheretime activo trade relations that will lprosperousconiutions yentne territory even Jhougha boundary line marks two different governmental uriBdlctidnB i 1 t r c IAL Ir t u1 J1 I J i r i Romances of Progress By Albert Payson Terhune ROBERT FULTON The MHl hJ Beat Bad Luck mnnlwithev York Ho was a failure Nino teen years earlier full of high hopes aEnglanda portrait painter News had reached his native land that tho young artist had foolishly abandoned his chosen profession and had set to work on some crazy mechanical contrivance which could only prove useless And later reports showed the truth of these fears for young Robert Fulton wan returning to his native land poor and unsuccessful Fulton was the son of an Irish Immigrant As a boy ho divided his spare time between painting pictures and making mechanical toys At 13 ho had devised a paddle wheel that could be attached to a rowboat and propelled by hand At 17 he turned all his attention to art and as soon as he could raise the money ho went BenjamInWesteral British scientists and at their advice gave up art for mechanics He became a friend of James Watt and made a close study of the latters team engine Then it was that the great idea of his life came to Fulton Ho was the sort of man who literal exudes ideas All of them were f a mechanical nature While in England he helped support himself by uppaSoughttoNapoleon NavyThen he devised the first marine torpedo and with it a submarine boat for naval warfare He went to France which was then at war with England and tried to interest Napoleon In these alllowedwould remain under water for hours nd could be guided at will its speed was slow and it could made no progress against the current So the French government rejected It Next torpedoesprojectiles failed to do any damage Europetheto New York Ills friend Robert Liv ingston lent him enough money to steamshipHosentengines and profiting by his own former mistakes started work on his new and improved steamer It was built In an East river shipyard It MORSE The Man Whoi Time and Space An American artist coming home in 1832 alter a successful career as painter and sculptor in Europe amused his fellow passengers during the Abyage by explaining o them a queer theory be was working out The artlstwas Sauel IL P Morse a Englat derv had been graduated RQberlFultonltOMto sparexnomentSis electrical experiments On the homebound ship he had meta Dr Jackson who had interested him still further in this subject The theory with which Morse entertained the other passengers was as follow libas been proved that an elec trical current will pass instantaneous ly along a wire of any length If this current Js interrupted at any point a suchInnumber or other soundsymbol The passengers laughed at the odd notion and most of them soon forgot It But Morse was so captivated by the idea that be threw over his antis tic career and set to work at once oni the electrical invention which he telegmphllivelihood by doing this For tout years he worked in poverty and want and at the end of that time his invention was complete Then hq petitioned congress for an appropriation In order that he might put up an Experimental line from Bal tlmore to Washington The request was refused toWIthto patent his invention He failed Nor would other European countries assist him Every one seemed to look on the telegraph as a useless ImpracUcablafantaa Back to America came Morse and once moro went Washington where he moved heaven and earth to get congress to appropriate 30000 for the telegraph His efforts seemed in vain and on the last evening congress was in session in 1843 he went to his withouthope pennlessventlon everywhere rejected he seemed to be one of the century most abject failures Early next morning a young girl called to see him She was the daughter of the commissioner of pat ents and she brought the discouraged i inventor glorious news At midnight almost on the minute of adjournment congress had yoted Morse the 30000 appropriation The work of building the line from StJJUrtfl5 rJtWLAfltUUWrfflflf 4 Word of Warning You never proposed to her on your knees cried the veteran married man in dismay Sure I did sure the youth re peated a glad proud light shining in lAte eyes Well said the vetranyoull regret it about twice a week for thereat of your life After you get married the slightest argument the first 1m patIent word will cause your wife to v b i customary for crowds to go- ta watch the course of the boats o tlon Fulton christened It the onto But It was popularly known s Fultons Folly Fulton himself dded to this ridicule by prophesying hat in a few years a steamboat would bo able to cross tho Atlantic Such a forecast was derided as sheer In sanity At last on August 11 1S07 the dormant was launched and started on her maiden trip to Albany All Now York turned out to make fun of the weird boat And in looks the Clermont was worthy the derision she excited She hail a 140foot keel and was 16 feet wide A single smokestack fully 50 feet high rose from her deck and her twin paddle wheels looked like the sails of a windmill As she moved through the water an ava lanche of sparks fire and black smoke poured from the stack and the roar of the machinery and paddle wheels could be heard for miles She was a success Fulton was vln dlcated And now the Inventor who had heretofore been looked on as a harmless crank was the nations builtBecamerthe NationssteamboatsinraHero id succession In 1812 he constructed the first steam ferry boat Two years later be made the first steam warship a 44gun frigate named Fulton the First Wealth and honors began to pour In on blm But Just as he was about to reap the reward of his years of toll and misfortune he found his patents disputed and became Involved In a maze of lawsuits Most of these latter he lost His mind and nature embittered and his purse depleted by litigation his health undermined by exposure from working out of doors in his shipyard during bad weather Robert Ful ton died In 1815 when only 49 years oldHo was buried In Trinity churchyard New York where a largo monument has since been erected over his grave There be lies midway be tween the two rivers every one of whose thousands of steam craft Is more sublime monument to his memory than any mausoleum which mor tal hands could raise above tho grave of the man who did so much for Progress and whom his fellow countrymen rewarded with ridicule mid Injustice Copyrighted SAMUEL Abolished Washlngtpn tp Baltimore was begun le5In t gIrlhadproprlatlon and It yiad Wbai V fwasat once adopted all over tK But Di Jackson who had tt onshipbOIl80m8ny Ifitt suit claiming credit for all the latter had accomplished The twit unlike so many in which progress make have been engaged was decided Morses favor Henceforth Ws was smooth European countries rats x f rhlma testimonial of 80000 ti 1 wealth and honors poured In from sides Now that it was found easy to twi v graph across limitless stretches or ptthUwaster It was found that by mauL st Ins these wires a cable could be laid Englandof the Atlantic cable That also orig inated with Morse But here began a new series of setbacks and disap pointments that dragged on for many years Two large st amers twice tried to stretch a cable across the At antic and both times the cable broke Cyrus W Field whoVas the chief promoter of the scheme would not gl eupeven In the face of these re peated disappointments Through his A tefforts a third atCablotime was carried safely across the ocean Electric communication was established A monster ovation was planned in Fields honor But on the very day it was to Occur the cable again collapsed For seven years nothing more was done The project was abandoned as useless Yet Field did not despair At last in 1860 the first permanent and practicable line was laid otherspraisefor Intactperfecting his machine made more or less futile experiments along the same line But it remained for Morse to combine nil previous electric inven tions and discoveries and put them to their first great practical uses He lived to see that little strand of wire which in 1843 he stretched between hadknitmighty bond that revolutionized com ndforeverCopyrighted SLrflJ r r r J n uw say You werent like this when you went downon your knees and begged me with tears in your eyes to marry youIts pretty bad to have an angry wife readout jour old love letters reproachfullyT said the veteran but that is nothing to being reminded of your kneeling proposal every week till you are a greatgrandfather You proposed on ypur knees your self youth hazarded But the U frowned and made no reply i i l J y tt tr t1ti r T i cHL- 11E r j- aH 1tf TEA TABLE FITTINGS Almcit ndless Variety Is at the Com 111 the Housewife This Season New tlun tor the tea table are seemingly iuless In their variety The Brown I3ottythe teapot in a recent offeringIs of a peculiarly lug trout china as often blue or green as brown nnd overlaid with bright sliver Of course e creamer and sugar bowl match a ups are of generous size low and and of fragile porce lain On see nowadays the rather till x jal shaded cups that held about a tableful The spoons facilitate conversa Schandlesmost in fact or fiction Other silver accessories are Jam holders for In the English fashion Jam or marmalade Is quite necessary at the modern tea Then there is thecawafer Jar and the tea caddy usually poshapehinged coverwNew tea balls and strainers are selected for their oddity or originality One is a Chinamans head and there are spoons united like the Siamese twins only more so as they fit closely face to face although they open like pincers to scoop up a fresh portion of tea and when they are put closed Into hot water their contents diffuses as from the regular tea ball Some of the new sugar tongs are provided with a point designed to harpoon a refrac tory bit of lemon which so many pre for to cream in their tea And to fur ther burden the table there are recep tacles for the sliced lemon In cut or silvermounted glass pierced in many IntrIcate designs or showing a colored crystal lining Ihenome4Ja After scraping fish rub the steel knife over an old lemon peel and it will destroy all fish odor The white of one egg cut with white vinegar makes an excellent leather furniture polish Do not give the bird any fruit that Is likely to attract bees to the cage or you may lose a valuable pet Soutache braid makes good laces for the babys bootees and it Is also useful for lacing corsets and the chemise The curved butter knives for cutting little round pats of butter are more satisfactory If the knife is dipped intp cold water or buttermilk before cut ting the butter Kitchen faucets are qulckly cleaned with any acid such as lemon salts of tartar etc Ammonia and washing powder are excellent cleaners Dish mops can be kept odorless only by putting them in a solution of soda water Do not attempt to use sour or moldy flour Dry it put in the oven and save it for tarh J Fried Bacon and Apple Cut In thin slices some breakfast bacon and fry slowly un llanlcabrown and slightly spedatthe edges Take from the pan and place Iiithe oven fira c9laflderWbe ltwUl keep hot Have ready Sliced apples that have been pared and cored pnd rye them in the bacon fat left after the meat is removed from the pan Fry them brown on both sides and servo In a heated dish with tho slices Powderedrugarore too tart Egg Shells for JeIIylwho find the Irhose a part of the daily routin nay take comfort in the suggestion 01 one resourceful woman When using eggs she sees to It that only a small piece of the shell Is broken off from ggshellfromis then washed and kept as n receptatcle for jelly or Jam fortheno basket the open end being protected by a piece of paper dipped in paraf fin Baking Cake An experienced cook says that there Is no necessity of cake baked In a gas oven being overdone on the bottom if this precaution is taken Before lighting the gas Under the oven slip out the bottom sheet of the oven re placing it Just before putting In the cake Then the Cakels not over heated at the start That is when the damages is done to it ToRemovelronftuat Wet the spots of Iron rust with water then cover them quickly with cream of tartar Roll up the garment so that the cream of tartar will remain on the spots and place it In a vessel with cold water and bring to the boll dlsappfectual Russian Salad Take several kinds of cold cooked vegetablesfor example string beanpeas carrots and of erandmlx with mayonnaise into which a heaping teaspoon of dissolved gelatine has been stirred Put the whole into small individual molds and when cold turnout on lettuce which has bad French dressing poured over ItsIulpSttamqd Brown Bread Two cupfuls sourmlJtoneegg onehalf cupful molasses one tablespoonful of sugar one teaspodnful of soda one teaspoonful ot Bait one half cupful of white flour one balf cupful of cornmeal three cupfuls of graham flour A few raisins may be added Steam one and onehalf hours or bake threequarters of an hour Spanish Rice Original forthreqtablespoonfuls bacon grease until it turns a light brown Chop fine three onionqnpour one pint boiling water over all salt and pepper to taste and bgll until rice is tender l y r t fI e r ffj- A 1r 8 r t NAMING THE j t ByGVERETYLE Copyright by J B Upplncott Co rV Character Mrs Westmoreland young mother Mr Westmoreland young father Edith Chamberlain young sister Robert Chamberlin young brother Baby herself nurs- eeneParlor in Mr Westmorelands house time evening Mr West moreland Edith and Robert seated around a table reading Enter Mrs Westmoreland Mrs WUpon my word Frank tnt stands this an hour longer Here you all sit perfectly calm and com sed and the baby no nearer being med than she was three months ago hen she came into the worldl Our horses and dogs and even our cat has a name and my poor little baby Mr W seriously Now see here Carrie I think weve had about enough ci this For three months there has- tno been a single subject discussed In this house but naming the baby For my part Ive made up my mind to let it go at Baby and end the whole business Mrs WAnd let it goat Baby when sha Is twenty thirty even fifty years of age I suppose How absurd Mr WWelI Its your fault my d ear Mrs WMy fault Of course I know you were going to say that Pos itively you will drive me crazy i I dont sleep at night I Just lie there- In the dark while you snore away and call over every name on earth in e family and out of the family and is not that nothing suits me but- othing suits her You see she is such different baby so entirely different Lets Think of Scne Fancy Ontf- raid any vhilIenr uaur and She Imustj have aYsame tti fflts her The uP9Releir 1 olitladysoIjustknewIt at alL Edith Well 1 t tainly would de side upon a fain y name it looks as bloodtogAirs W raily names I Did you vc AT one Jrtyour life that was not es 1 1tbethNancyMargrn tnthatAs for blood itaiser che has lVand why should we g c wiat others babTlstolomething antfwo must thlnkhow thename will look in print Robert How do you know she will be any of those things sis Mrs WWhY of course sue has lot to bet You dont thlnte my baby in idiot do you tRobert CertalnryTiot but I dont think you can tell much about babies eitherMrs as l1sutc glng the subject Robert fou dont oven try You have ever even suggested a name Robert idoggedlyrYes I have la babyEllzalLfteriilotber Iughttonamehez1Mra Oh mr godonesi a simply couldnt Think ot dellber ttely attaching something hideous repulsive I cant help it mamma childtorMr W rising and putting htsarm mydearitant state of excitement will end by making you ill Surely out of all the 1 r Gra eand Dignified Kansas Senator Explained the Reason for Hit Antipathy bTrJ1 ThedlgnflledKansas state seaate Indulged in a little hilaritY the other goingIaiidcomplete peace reigned when SenatotBradYof Douglas arose and introduced a resolution The clerk will read said the chairman The clerk read Whereas Senator Overfleld baa objected to the color of the whiskers of the man who stands at the door of the entrance of the senate there fore be It- Resolved That the store designated employe be instructed to change the color of his beard so as to satisfy the taste of the senator from Montgom cry Signed Einer nCare7 Fred Robertson J A Milllgai S M Brew star W W Glenn J Ia Brady G L i jt names in the world W i suit Since you dont v names lets think of sore FloratucetteCaml1l00 V 4 iMrs WCamUlel AndJ child out into the world Ins start without a character ai to die of consumption Whir Im ashamed of you y r Mr W shrugging his shi and taking his seatWelI1SI dont know what we are golaglto Mrs Wlll tell you whatfletsg Let us not get to bed unti1wehavq elded upon something T Robert Good gracious Brto go to work in the morning Mrs WOZ course Mr SeW Edith rising Suppose you r make a ggeaUontLet mfbring the baby here Mrs W indignantly Wa up 4Sheand she can go to sleep again IJa j now Suppose I bring her here anda all sit and stare at her until the uai4 comesSRobertBut suppose it novej comes tMrs Wv Oh Robert are you bouaS to be pessimisticI tMrW doggedly Yes do go Edith and lets try it anyway Exitn JRobert tkaforMrs WRobert do you want tcry fiMrCant you see that your afsterll aIT 4Enter4lMrtprecious darling did they wake you Ai upmothers little onelHow couldr they be so cruel Letnnudderfeel Its nowBeatsher lap Now Frank draw your i rtchair up there I Edith you Bit her 1cjbreak 1 opt too close arid just shut Eliza out jof your mind j Seat themselves and stare In 81l T JMrsb great excitement and placlig baby Ifli rthe nurses nnn1 havO1ItIbave tHI It has all coie IJke arflasU ol I p ltlh lnlJlIIti M l iCJat1t would Jerks 0 bab 7iU1 nurse nndj iklHmii Mjrpeor little onelIire HO longer i wretched little war on the face of 1C earth you are nc IsotuebbdZ witli ao same RetuaT h baby and JuBpc up and dowa f ping her hands aid tbenemb go Edith YOlldearglrJI ha1ltt C 4se lq adoreYOUtOV f lIkes iirm l f 4 J1t Fe Eo 1 tatIB i8inkme rA Mrs baaklwhyS Sg tWhat iIk I t ChorusYou li ve tfergoUefli laavebathis is too crusH it was Bob L iintofEllzaEUzaf tchoruElizaBaekwardsRobertBaCkwada t a r where did TOU get that ItsiWrl W full Mr W rempbatlcaHyrIt 18f n fMrs 1 itiI4CborustheyspelEIza W XMrsb are you all Iisaae1I said spell Ellia ViEdJthrButMr Vteader1771T dear ypi must icbmppse yourself This thing l has preyetjponi you uW your mini v f1a nnstrung 1Jf8 WOh but you dont under or you wont t SPell Wtea back Pkardtf and it is Azile TegTeatest t writer In the world would aqt be- asharnedof jr such a naae v Choruaofl laughter i vv t BobBy Jove tkat 1ligoo4J SsfI BackA1wards t j rBackwarMrs w aghast But you wpmtr i caliber that iBob Certalnly iA 1fJ Mrs Wi ButherJ1amfJ8uUe Bob Well that Ellis Back ir r yMrsfrom the room by aer husbaHd an Edith and Bob drop exhausted5 chairs J 7rObjected to the WhisllTt GaHdiHurrmanE E Andersoa I There were yelps of laugfit r a the senate went on ES if nothing h1 iWhencigars aftUr the adjeurnineit Iteeplained the cause of the excite VVTiy that doorkeeper out ther a long set ct whiskers aad cornejhouse topenedThat was aU KaBsasCltf AJ t ThawsEQloW An electric aetplosives Is used I drainage tunn I ItJsln succesaft of this metbpdColE i cents for 24 hours far more economic T Jr 1 F t Lt41j4r I J l Z t la t 4JUTtOOK 1 oI J EEKLYMA f Icy t- T r s i4 J1 1 lvingsvilleI condc1nssIJ k i J jboKs subscription w tefollows One Dollar 1 h nths SIxty Cents 4I t ionthThirtyfive Cents t v f Commissions allowed any I xi 4o subscriptions r f jibscribcrs during a change r t address should give previous v f f llress when writing f lf Correspondents should always dtj1 itheir items to us not latex I rlw5onday if possible when M stationery mention it on a trateSli1Of1a1Rr4 vinattcrof g ne l mter l 1g OfltCd bring It to usa I JIIft4elnYlf you WIsh It in e1 1ft Advertisers wishing a chnng I n l nl1ahCe of ad should zbrorin us tht week preVIOUS to- h tJblIcation day1 I L gddIt i1u communicattons to 1 HN V HONAKER Owingsville A f 1101 7a Jt Yft t THURSDAY J AUG 19 1909 I I I j i 4NNOUNCEMENiS JI ti We authorized to announce tTrumbo Stidcgar ofTyjflgr t a candidate for Representative- t f f9m the BnpIRovan 1egslativ- f distrlct su action of a the Republican party Ia o 1 J CORRESPONDENCE J i if Correspondents MUST pet their a foitmsto us Monday if they ex PCCt them to be printed And f 1 please remember that visits be rx tween neighbors arc not news j h 4i Upper Prlckfy Ash t Willie Hamilton is on the I listt f Little Robert Jones continues r t very poorly r 31D C Shout sold a load of corn toy- o tpE S Hamilton1 at 375 per V ilf 4f WHedrick and family of I yitht1SI 3JAMD1rnelI and Mrs prg Darneli of Flat Greek Wiai pff1tQbL Oakley ant 0 SatuFday jrrh4 1 jmsWarner wjieanu anugh 1t tIr hOmQat eak yttQftlpla Miss Ashle Y fCtark of Flat Greek and Miss a Hamilton of Montgomery rt ounty1accomjanied them home t1i IForgo HUh a k rhefarmersnthis neighbora hood enipyed the clear hot days tbcirtneadowswhicI h f are season a iL r Miss Sadie Whitington who Swith her aunt MrsWoW Willa p V iams s ent Sunday at her home a on Licking Mrs Isa c Manley and child rf rr enbf Mbhtgomery countyspent Sunday with her parents G A and wife rLY 18 ers visited his sister a v Mrs ITphtRawHrigs at Sharps qburg ia 4 =I ti rW W Williams delivered t- l larirVVJkpn last week nine f I ih a 7JCrhunared i LfJ rtd JfeY n3 qpced upana fo gqore rnne on rm here j isaid to bav firstclass a f LidtI giv employment to 25 a f t 1ro 30 men at oncer i WallacVWrignt is with hisu aonClyd yeryiiu ithffphoidfefcr u c ty f Slate Valley- S I4 iJfitt 1 i Sam Conyers apd chiliire n r v ttedhersisterMrs Pete Hart h and1amily pear Preston Sun a 0to liPt f totIJ i 3i0 and wIfe isited tli oe iilyof EnochSorrellon UiL- Oatonpiet f fi a c Sunday- I l i Tot imd andJas t L lR of 3snnwere visit 71 rt f atRob W Toys Sunday r ghtcrlors 1 fC ifr 4 Jiidylast week tt ii gr pJo racte meeting will t l tlHtre August S Eve- rai5rvrairnvitcd r j t tr i had a cloudbutstonSkilkf b Friday of last vcek which 4 rous damage to iarmcr gSft tl i r 1 Tnaptch of tobacco al 1 to clt badly darna 4 irfVvartof washed away iI 1 f was the next loser by l I fencing and- qIL4 waterr The IS t t a t tttr Itwould too ltenmon orJ f 1 I ry JI3 f v 7 rouwttf t4 1 7 it tIh t JIika s j 11 o j lf4 o1zll fJ itI f 1 Ilf tf Jrfit r j Ir 1fr i1 4 p t fuI 9 t 1 P IHi Ji- kdc I e 0 J 4s i r a 4 f Ai biZara Ps + 4 2S v f 11 I V A ranget Mrs Jennie Worti r Lexing hasbcenvisitingr mother i s Matt Nowmah past week Tames Rawlings and is ited Richard Rawlin rs aii mi y at Hillsboro Sunday Tom Rigdon Irvin Johnson and Russell Price attended the fair at Lexington last week Tommie Rigdon sold to S 11f EstilU of Wyoming a horse for 150 Several from here attended the campmeeting at Cherry Grove and Parks Hill Sunday 111tttheir aunt Mrs Newton Johnson Miss Carrie Vice of Okla was the guest of Miss Fannye Colliver Saturday and Sunday Crooks S V Tohnson shipped a car load of cattle to Cincinnati last week Willson Hendrix shipped a carload of hogs Thursday oflJohn Vice shipped a double deck car of to Eastern market Saturday Born to Lige Donaldson andI Wife August 12 a daughter Sam little son of D B Nixon is quite poorlyI0 Mrs W W Nixon and daugh ter Miss June visited relatives at Midland Wednesday arid Thurs day Miss Rosa Jones of Owings vijlc visiting relatives hereI Misses Emma and Bertha Cos tigan of Montgomery county are 1visitingClark here- Wallace MuNab visited his mother who is quite sick at her home in Salt Lick Pebblo We had a fine rain which was needed on corn and tobacco Mrs Bertha Routt has return tenIcMrs Nannie Drhback and daughter Hester left Saturday for a twoweeks visit with her daughterMrs Sophia Blansrord atIafoiitain JVW Hendrix sold tP A 0 Hendrix five yearling heifers at 15 pet hcadk The fcick tthis community are al1dqirgncE1 Johngon of Athens Jll- LyisitedhisrfathErDaviA Johnson afew days last He left Mcnday for Missouri Thosi Bailey and MrsV Hester Woddardrlof Mariohy Indcrfrh e OSatuldayfor a short visit with relatives ij Bath and Fleming counties Mrs Fannie Sfephnsandchn dren ted her sister Mrs Duff at Sbarpsburg from Thursday jmtil Sunday Odessa Tpliver Kerns and Miss Robs ertson of Nicholas county Rich art Kerns vo daughters Misses EuIa Lee of Arcola T1l visA4clative5 here anddaughIt ing1 county visited WS Purvis andvwife here recently Miss Kittie Wilson spent last week with hbiarrandmotherMrs Byron in Lgton LexIingtonfair Mrs Mag Andersontof Mincb Indian Ter who is on a visit to her brother J C Maxey visited her nephew W T Jones Mrs Rath Jones and other old friends here last week B Jones sold a young shorseWJ Tufijarn tt of Qkla for 115 and bought a mare of his father for 100t J J Swetnam bought some hogs of Jas Woodard at 7c IkcStephel1ssoldsqmeshoats toJ B Jones at 250 each leQ Saunders Fleming Co was re last and bought two mule colts of Mt A Garner for 105 forithe two aridone of IkeStep1i ns for 45 MissCarneNixonbegab teach ing the upper White Oak school weekbeforelast Roscoe Hutchison Alf Conic y and Wm Lewis of Morgan Co Visited the Jatters sister Mrs Ellis Williams several days last week Mrs Williams and he brother spent Saturday with sister Mrs Luther Donaldson on Prickly Ash- Clarence Gray and Wm Wil son ateQotnoutagamatter a spell of typhoid fever Woodsori Powers fever has broken No new cases The heaviest rain for years fell here Friday morning Thecreek did much damage to land and pikes v Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK t T f J i i st f1 i r li i tfjtoy i a tz5 i l 1iJIj71 1f1 t lJiL irJJL11II Ii Bathbl IT S Robertson and wife and Juice Boyd attended the fair last week- sMisses Lydia Thompson of Tex as and Louisa Wet more of Lou isville arc visiting their sister and aunt Mrs C M RatlifTu Mir Join William nre Sallie Stone of Lexington came Sat urday to visit her parents P It tone andwife Miss Margarette Arrasmith left CJoeWhile out riding horseback late Sunday afternoon Mrs Georges Bradley aud little daughter near Sherburne in Fleming instantIIyThe horse they were riding vas also killed Mrs Bradley leaves a husband and several chilx1 Okia R M Whitton who was very sick last week is better Earl Grain left last week for a visit with relatives and friends in Missouri J M Hedrick and wife John Daugherty and wife visited Mrs Sarah Whitton near PebbleSun day I Miss Carrie Vice went Saturday to visit her cousin Miss Fan nye Collivcr at Grange City Mrs John Cutright and two children of Athens 111 and Miss Agnes Snedegar of Wyoming visited relatives and friends here last week Mrs Alphcus Vice and daugh ter Miss Mae visited Jas Riddle and family on upper White Oak SundayAllen Campbell bought a cow and calf of Alf Vice for 4250 Lewis Riddle and wife of Pus cola Ill visited Tilman Riddle and family Sunday Alpheus Vice bought a cow and calf of ZT Grain for 40 John Bramble who has been the guest of Z T Grain for several weeks during the illness of his daughter left for his home at Napton Mo last week Clyde Barnett bought a horse of Tommie Jones for 115 Ernest Colliver and Clarence Sorrell will preach here next Sat urday night Aug 21 and Sunday Misses Annie and Sallie Estil and Annie Davis visited relatives in Fleming countySaturday and Sunday ipooThe big rainS that fell Friday did much damage to crops Miss Bessie Blevjps Avhor has heed sickOrsoxne1time1isvcry low r v1 Mrsl Bu lRnv pf Hpnnewell Kans isvisitiIi the fatnily otI her fatherinlaw Jo Ray MrsNNancy Suttle contInues very noorly Mrs Chas Conley and daugh ter Mamie went to Lexingtonone daY last week to see her husband who is in the asylum there She says he is doing no good Miss Grace Lemaster who has been visiting Frank Brown and family for some weeks returned Saturday to her home at Russell Tode Donohew solda young mare Monday for 100 Pete Stephens and Chester Tur ley returned home from Illinois last week J H Myers baby is very ill with whooping coug- hMrsHarveS6xtpn and children of qear Owingsville visited her father Jo Ray and family the past week Several from here attended C e ni23tmg at Warners grpve Sunday Mrs Burl Ray and son Burl who are on the sick list went t- Owingsyille Sunday tobe treated by a physician and to spend the week with her sisterinlaw Mrs Harve Sexton The twoyear old son of Arci- Botth of Howards Mill drank a bottle of gasoline about 4 oclock Friday afternoon and died about 5 oclock Olympia Born to Chas Fowler and wife Aug 10 a fine daughter Misses Emma and Bertha Cos tigan of Howards Mill were guests of their aunt Mrs Kate Costigan last week J W Swarts is at home from West Virginia rBro McCormick gave us three interesting sermons Saturday and Sunday Miss Vella Cannon returned home Wednesday after a two weeks stay with her brother near Mt Sterling Several from here attended the fair at Lexington last week Carroll Williamson returned home from West Virginia one day last week A wedding here soon 4A L i 4 F x t t rIr t ft f T r0 = Stone Shultvand wife of w cst J Virginia visited his mother Mrs Martha Shultz last week Mrs Clay Shultz visited h e rLat Salt Lick last week alhelpper Salt Lick Mrs Foy Swarts is visiting her- O at brother Russell Northcutt at L a JunctionbMisses Ethel Swarts and Zettas Williamson were guests of itatlia Clark on Roes Run the ast weeksMiss Grace Lemaster of Rus ell Ky is visiting Dr Clarks family IIIRobert Carter of Mt Sterling i was calling on friends here Sat urday and Sunday Mrs Lou Hart is on the sick list Stoops jsomeThere is a great demand for meat hogs Mrs Isaac Roberts and children of Paris visited relatives in this county last week The man who is his own boss has a mighty poor job on hand Several of our people attendedI the Bluegrass Fair last Mrs Ollic Kissick of Little Rock visited relatives here last week Bert Sanders and wife visited relatives in Fleming county fromI Wednesday till Friday Even if love is blind it shoud not lead a woman to believe that she is the only one that can re form a man Nimrod Byrd continues dangerously ill He is growing weaker j Bigstaft Cockrell weighed to C C McDonald 75 head of cattle Saturday at Gc a pound Misss Edna Hamilton has gone to visit Miss Dollie Warner at Berry Ky The hardest rain of the summer fell here Friday morning and many fields of tobacco in low lands were considerably damag ed Thos Wren of Tennessee and JesseD Wren of Chiccago are visiting their father and mother R C Wren arid wife T B jIJonvent Saturday with Lee Mt Ster ling county to visit friends in layette Mrs J EVi1liams and daugh ftgi11sIIoIhie of neru Owiiigs- yule isitdthefinilyof DL Goodan rdayIt i 3 11 Gillaspie refused an offei- of 1000 from a Missouri man for a Iwbyearold horse by Bour bon Chief r v TIlE SLANDEROUS TONGUE A brave man will come to your face but a cowardly scoundrel will stab you in the back As they talk to you of others so will they talk to others of you 1whenif there is a person in all t ii i world for whom you can justly havecontempt it is the person who sneaks up and inflicts a wound unjustly on your back The great Spurgeon a man under the powerof whose voice the world was swayed for good and one who wouldnot retreat for anybody or anything once said when giving advice about slander Your blameless life will be your best defense and those who have seen it will not allow you to bfe con 5 demnedso readily as your sianS derers expect Only far as possible from fighting your own battles and in nine cases out of ten your accusers will gain nothing by their malev olence but chagrin for themselves and contempt from others To prosecute the slanderer is seldprn wise for 0If you lie down in the mud you will get up muddy dogsIfleas Again Joseph Parker said Never throw mud You may miss your mark but you must have dirty hands Treat allslanderous reports if possible with silent contempt and thu distill honey put of gall and cre ate a secret friend out of an open enemy By treating him thus you will whip him who make them with his own whip or in other words he will whip him self and no man is so completely whipped as he who whips him self I doubt much i n deed that the man who slanders ever was a victory ever slew a sinfever healed a heartache ever produced a ray of sunshine or ever saveda soul He is de structive and not constructive He can cub down with any old rusty sword all the beautiful flowers in a garden but by the guidance and Divine help of God they can be constructed and re producedagain When the slan derer invites you I to leave the paradise of purity and camp ou on the poisonous waste ofslander I 111 h 7 Z 4k d I MO eflsCliseefeat himself and remain alone j et him teach himself a lesson no lesson is so wen taught as selftaught lesson Let himI JUllllllllw until 2IU1O convinced his error and he will return fall your feet and beg forgiveness h cruel heartless that as sent many earnest soul to he desert for bread and to the pond for water pushed into a dark and hopless grave ut out the lamp of hope and away the evergreen that blooms on ambitions heights But the soul that loves God need not Lear Stand high Fight on hard Stand for tho right i Express your sentiments Stand against slander regardless of silent indignation and public ridi cule Oh wen has Punshon said And so the blasts of calumny howl they ever so fiercely over the god mans head contribute to his juster appreciation and his wider fame Preserve only a good conscience toward God and loving purpose toward your fel ow men and you need not wince or trouble though the pack of the spanielhearted hounds snarl at your heels The man recovered of the bite The dog it Was that died Now let me urge you to know that slander is not longlived and that truth the child of time ere agaifltmens tongues If you are Le them wag Stand aloof from al these nice conceptions of men God will never suffer His to fall total victims to the infamous tongue of slander It is true you are only women today but you shall yetflit from flower to flower in that land where flowers will forever bloom and the good never die Let all the devils in and out o hellslander you you can and wi win Fight hard Push on Gain the victory or die You though are young eagles now tossed by the tongue of the narrowminded and uncultured but you are scious that something great stirs within you and in a little while you shall take possession of you everlasting dwelling And when that joy is yours what a glorious city you will occupy Oh how great it will be to be among tho of whom John speaks in Revela tions Who are these which are arrayed in white robes And whence came they And Isaid unto hin Sir thou knowest he said unto me These lAnd they that have come put ol great tribulations THE END Ii 2OFThe disease sheep rscab 6 r scabies hasb comesoprevalent- r in Kentucky that the Secretary of Agriculture has considered it necessary to declare a quarantine This action comes after a thoroughexamination into coridi tions The fact that the disease is contagious being spread by parasites known as scab mites makes necessary a measure of protection sufficient to prevent its spread into other States InYec tion is known to exist to a slights extent in twd adjoining States conditions there are not set i iiiousquarantine The order for the quarantine which is effective August 16 pro vides that sheep shall be moved interstate from Kentucky only under the Sheep that are diseased wit h scabies and that have been dip ped once in an approved dip un der the supervision of an inspec tor of the Bur au of Animal In dustry within ten days before shipment may be shipped inter state to recognized slaughter ing center for immediate slaugh ter If diseased sheep are to be shipped interstate for stocking or purposes they shall bt dipped twice within ten days Other stock may be moved inter statefor feeding or stocking pur poses after one Government supervision or they may be shipped interstate under quarantine restrictions for imme diate slaughter without dipping Inspection and dipping under the regulations will be perform ed only at points where Federals inspectors are stationed Louis ville is at present the only place in the State having dipping f- id cilities but if proper yarding an dipping facilities should be ii stalled at other the D partment of Agriculture would consider the advisability of es tablishing inspection at such places for the convenience of shippers For many years sheep scab has been quite prevalent in the West but as a result of the combined efforts of Federal and State authorities much territory has been entirely freed and the infection in other sections has been great ly reduced and it is hoped that within a few years more the dis ease will be entirely stamped out This is the first time the disease has obtained a sufficient foothold rejr i t ij P 1 i J vVS f JJ j I4 t lt j1 Ip u x i j j J O B PRL u AfW IWhy not have THE OUTLOOK do y IWe can do itas well and as cheaply itdone elsewnere quantity and quaIfi y sidered j Run over this list and see if there isntsomet 1ing- in it you need itit1ILetterheads Noteheads Envelopes Billheads Statements Pamphlets Blank Forms of all kinds 13t t 31 We have both rag and bond or linen writing paperriiled tand unruled for typewriter rag and bond envelopes R We put writing papers in tablets with blotting paper cover if so desired i1t =rnoIt JjS We have for sale in any blanks st1i ri deeds mortgages and oil lenses x t Address THE OUTLOOK ic3i f OWINGSVLLE j Kay i r I t COURIERJOURNAL Jk 1HENRY WATTERSON Edita Democratic in 1polit cs It prints all the news withoutlear or The regular price is 100 a year but you can get the WEEKLY OUR IERJOURNAL and i THE OUTLOOK L1Y Both tine Year for 160 If will give or send your order to this fpapernotthe CourierJournal nallYGonriBrJollrnal 6 Sunday Gonri8rJonrnal2 i We can give ou a combination cut1te ffon Daily or Sunday if you 4if Ito papsr k TO OUTLOOKStJBSCRiBERS1 t 2iieThe U S Postoffice Department expects all newspapcrstQict tiquire subscriptions PAID IN ADVANCE The general pnce 4 one dollar per year for country weeklies was originally madeiuii consideration ofits being raid in advance V It costs morelnowltai n3akea newspaper than it did when the price of Iis not profitable to the publisher to take 5 Fthat price if not p id in advance SP every urgent that yoil t keepyourssubscription paid t nhead l 4 f thec9nditionstails of treatment and handling may be obtained free by addressing a request to the Bur au of l Industry Washington D C GOT A REAL DOCTOR A young physician in the East Side spends niuch time in charitable practice In fact sometimes gives to a ptfor patient enough money to pay for prescriptions I am not getting ex plains but simnly cant see them suffer for medicines that may put them on their feet again Not many days ago the doctor hadoccasion to visit a woman who occupied a small tenement room with her three children After making out a prescription he gave her 2 telling her to buy the medicine and use the change for needed food On the follow ing day as he was about to enter the tenement for a secondcall he met the 10yearold daughter of the patient How js your motherlhe in quhed of the child Oh shes all well was the answer She took that 2 and got a real dqctorNcw York Evening Post rA NATION OF SAVERS If you were a Frenchman with a very small surplus of cash to invests if even that surplus wer a est franc you might become the holder of a French government bond From cradle to grave the French subject is taught to save anqto turn his earpings into pioducjng ac count says Charles Speare in the Review of Reviews 11The State pays a premium on thrift It rewards its school chil dren for various good perform ances with a tiny bank deposit which invariably will have grown into goodly size when the recipi ent reaches maturity Having put its people through the early stages of economy it then directs their steps in the choice of in vestments and even assumes pa t rnal power in arbitrarily trans forming the savings bank account into government bonds or rentes Thrift is a national characterist- iC France is a nation of small savers of little incomes and little farms Collectively these exercise a powerful influence on the affairs Europe The holder of the one I j Receipts Labels Invitations Card Post is Dodgers quantity Newspaper onedollar- fixed coiideitifi and twp franc boadsMi sessor of the ibankSacif small that bankers btl tries would scorn it WM jJup a monetary ppwecJLuoaa mands the respect of tIan- djndjregurtcs theAJI and politics of much mpnrprer i sumptuous nations of states and governments pf rail roads with gOvernment guarari tee of cities and towns sire the Frenchmans choice Itisafe y to say that in Paris couponsarct cut from the bonds Pf nearly cv 1 ery government under sun rTHE MUTUAL BENEFIT ILife Insurance Co Newark NJ j FREDERICK FRELlltGHUYSElf Prest THE LEADING LD1V11DEND COMPANY Illistilurlnu tie irisi 8lxtviflirMenrsPnlrt Iu I llcJI oclerll IIIIIJI i Aset8 JCI JOO fUIM1CDS fiG Surptui 5 JGOOI1t co No Company has ever accomy icyholders better results I foritstPol 11 1 W ELGIN Gen Agent 207 Court Stree MaysvilleKYJ i 0 R BuoTHER Agent J OwintTjsvillp TCv TEXAS FARM 4FOR SALE Farm of 540 acres In Coleman county Texas a little northwest of the geographical center of the i State not far from the Colorado oJ river The land is level it1i natural drainage soil blackVpjenV ity of wood 2GO acresIn tion last year produced seventy perbalegrain Has three water tanks i ponds furnishing plenty of water one JFiveHoom lOuse f andone TWOROOM HOUSE telephone in hpusb within half mile of school Can give posses sion now or in thirty days with corn and feedstuff The present owner has land farther west that he wants to move to Perfect abstract title given Country healthful Address or apply to JOHN W HONAKER OvingsviIC m t orJI X W ii h J