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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I I 4 J11r rvki f3t t I 1 iI 4 it L i 1 t Jt Vi II i trfr t Ifah s 4Ie I 0 A i ltfI tI i 1fo j 4 f 1t t m111 iI yt tf tf r IpJ rtcc f VOL XXXI OWINGSVILLE KENTUpKY THURSDAY JAN 20 9IO NO28 lL 004 I t Subscribe for TilE OUTLOOK Bring your job work to THE OUTLOOK office Estill Honaker will grind corn every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday 22tf JJameS Robinson and Miss No raKincaid Were licensed to mar ry since last report infant child of HenryAn Green of Kendall Spring neighborhood was buried Sunday For low prices on the latest Ilr styles of uptchdate clothing see ML Jones at Harpers school house dlJ ExCounty Attorney Clarence L Thomas and Charlie Nesbitt have formed a partnership for the prac tice of law in Mt Sterling Although the building is not yet completed T S Shrout has opened up his 1ew livery stable J for business Hogs brought 910 a hundred pounds in Cincinnati last Satur his day the highest price paid since the Civil war ity If you want all you can carry to vforl go to the new 5 and lOc B store in The Pocket 25tf twTLAND SALEShelby Stephens sold to John Goodpaster 137 Jl Jt acres of land adjoining the Forge JLS Mill farm on the west side of the 1 j Wyoming tuthpike at 2250 per I 1 s acre it 4 NoTica AH license tax due the city of Owingsville must be t paid between January 1 andFeb I y ruary 1 I 0 W COONS City Treasurer 7 2729 to 2 1 t NEWSCIJOOL INFRENCHBURGre hene W Olle ge mg si4 N Frenchburg is not quite comple ted but Miss Houston an ac complished teacher began the school teaching it in the Presby J terian Churchrer BURNED TO JjA H Thursday I last fouryearold son of Jas y KeSKne arid wife whoJive QI keamidway between Tile andMt Sti rlingws law death by his clothing hire f l Rrejfromanjopehigrate lfI daItf ik9hap cu terJ1 j 1 rn h or J4 l T welKfar house arid barriho a acres of tobacco 2l 3e tobacco land f WI 1 L t t Ai ktliiin the line of stel rplate printing sucha I I f Urd inviwa ct t brns etc TREi UT I 1 get it for you at city s poMage andwipalland see I J JIYi 7 r jch their sujpcriptions need reo Of I w we arrow r I2dr attbeaddreslabelontheirOUT LOOK RemeniberthatwecannotJ Extend credithow1 like we iseda M to th TOital authorities notper itHnrit tf o REPORT OF TAX COMMISSION 0 I byGw1 a tuKr ItaX system and to sug geBt needed ichaBges has made I pamphletfot ithe interest I tIpisweekt 1 1 HoiisE3 AND MTJLES onS A oth bought avtd sold since yILA fntsjbp buy several more mules NOW He has one good horseBcand mules for iF I 1 8Ile the numher a five yearbid maref will work any ptece fine marethree4 oIJmN mulesI yrs ri Ip f Ihands high and several cheapefc tTl uleg Go to his hk livery totradeJi 1fIb f fi FRXNZIED FcThoma-A s wi Lawson wasmKe1tuckylast i njiiek and a e s frenzied scheme He propos I r p JI I to form a company WIt y 1 i iIHcMido1larseapital and to buy i i all the holdings of Burley So 1 toiC iity of Equity conslstmgofone I undred and eighteen million lbs Jt 6f at aboiit20c a pound I r manufacture itin competa 1A- 1 tiOO with the American Tobacco h Company Lawson has the au idftci jr tout e anything and Jf cdI sinw tev r r hemndertakea He has been a firi ti nance Ir Io 1 Jfi yeKrs tr v fit3 i I 1 9fj 1 e Yt 4 i + J 1r10w r r of ft o 7 I1Ct Jf J f j j1H i 1j I ft LIEir1fl9iWA ir 7hjIT 0 3 1A I h1s i rlI I PERSONAL J joinhis er W D Honaker and family ex m pect to leave for Missouri in a few days John Sheehan of Mt Sterling spent Sunday with relatives and friends hereWJudge John A Ramsey hasbeen adaysMiss Kate Kenney of Coving 1sisterMrs A W Jones returned Frit 1SGrant North and wife of Salt Lick came in Sunday t visit the latters sister Mrs Andy Coyle Jeff and Roll Ratliff of Winchester visited their brothers Stand C S Ratliff here last Roy Litsey who had been viciting Burl Kincaid returned td home at Bardstown Thursday Capt and Mrs W A McGin of Falmouth came Saturdayy visit their daughter kJobno sons Lee and Charles left flFortJohn W McGinity wife and a children of Williamson W Va t came last week for tendays vis with A T Byron and wife Wm C Jackspn and family moved last week to the residence hwmchMrSenator John L Vice returned Frankfort Tuesday his wife d daughter with him to main for the balance of the ses hon of the Legislature Lawrence White who has for TWJflbeMrs Ecton Botts of Ashlanditcame Thursday of last visit the family of her fatherin Seth 3otts Mr sB joined wife here Sunday and both turned home Monday NCassltyreturpedTbursday the widowo Little Suladie reportSliran the weather gamutpji his Jdi su er ifiJdgeifmesW Lane and lamT foraVlSltatMtSterlmguntll1b htt Rosenberg Texas toOmake their home Their hosts to lose them but ish them happy and prosperous lives in their new home The- oBath County Bar commended udge Lane most highly in a set resolutions D UBLEWEDDINGThursday morning Norman Pickrell Ches ter Adams and Misses Nora and nd Eva Fawns of the neighbor ood of Fairview Flemihg coun ty were married in the parlor of TS Shrouts furniture store by EI iGW Mills The brides re isisters and according to cus tom Mr Shrout presented each with a handsome ir The young ladies are daughters of Roe Fawns and one of them Eva bears a scar inher forehead theresult of accidental shooting by her brother some weeks ago the bullet being still in her brain Messrs Pickrell and Adams are SldtObe worthy industrious oung men The wedding party was accompanied by John Daw sonand a brother of the young la die After the ceremony the paltlstartedforhomeinado n pour were to return to this place for the night on account of swblen streams MT STERLING COURTA big crowd was in attendance at Mt Sterling Court Monday 01 which Bath county furnished its vastquantitylive of 1 for sale and a great deal of it especially mules sold at prices hlKberthanthe same quality of stockbrought the pre vious Court day A large num erofcattle are also reported to T S Shrout sold ten mules and one horse for 1 700 and bought seven mules at a price not stated Omar Wilson also sold Traficin tobacco was reported to be lively Nearly two hundred bills were introduced the Kentucky Leg islature Thursday of last weej iSf i tb 1riiJf f to JieIIt7yd fijI ti i 1 I lLETTERwestern part Rogt o eighteenilesOur nearest railroad station is Elk City forty miles distant or Salyer thirtyseven miles Our county has no railroad as yet the Clinton Canadian and f esterit is grading this way and will run within a mile of where I m living There is also another coming this way and will c run about ten miles east of here rapidly old recently brought from 800 o 3000 for a quarter section of 60 acresafor rent the owner receiving onebthird of the crop if corn and fourth of other products This is a fine broomcorn coun ry Broomcorn and cotton are cropsThisbest hog country I ver saw There is no disease among hbgs here Last yea was very dry and and crops were short but pros ects are good for fine crops this ear It has rained and snowed t ore here this winter than ever nown before- Everything is high and times are good Broomcorn sold last at 100 to 185 a ton the av rage being 165 There will be plantedhisyear sold enough broomcorn too pay for their farms This is a good place for a poor man The disadvantages are the distance from market and the igh rate of interest the legal being ten per cent but the bankers all charge 24 to 30 per cent That sounds big but we pay it and banks lend all they ave at those rates If we could get money even at ten percent we ould do well Wecould make hog pastures and raise more hogs he railroad people say they will e able to our crops next and when we getmore banks e will be aU We have f ertainly odcountland is being rapidly developed Wishing you all a prosperous year Iam respectfully JiDwNEy Roll Roger Mills Co Oklal rfd2 j MRS MARY TEALS DnvrHi Mrs Mary TeaTj widow How hethomnWlOlvmP Qc r rl gtIfDeCCase was 84 years old waea ughc TacobCopbe deceased hree children Logan and Roe eal and Martha Stone survive er She waTTmriSd by the side several of herb children in the ld Fields graveyard one mile north of Olympia Mrs Teal was of rugged pioneer sock on both sides and her whole was ne of labor and devotion to her children JUDGE bANEAt a of the Bath county bar Wednesday January 12 Alex was lected chairman and J J Nes bitt secretary The object ofthe meeting being stated it was Resolved that this bar com mends the Hon J Wv Lane the outgoing County Judge of Bath countyforhisfairnessanAcour esy to attorneys and person having business with him in official capacity andI also commends his careful and prudent administration as County JudgeALEX CONNER Chairman J JT NESBrtT Secretary TIlE WEATHER The pastweek furnished the ususal winter vari ety of weather conditions Thurs day and Thursday night thebig snow continued to melt with a light rain and as a consequence the water courses were swolen to the danger point Fortunately Friday brought another sud den change to colder and afreeze arrested the rise in the creeks cbangetoEwhich time it has continued to rain almost incessantly up to the time of going to press TlcEowing to the in creased cost of living we the barbers of Owingsvile beginning January 24 Will establish the fo- lIoingprkesHaircut25c shave lOt neck shave 5c extra sham poo 25C massage 25c tonic lOc ROBERT JOHNSON GROVER PHELPS FARM FOR RENT Four miles west of Owingsville on Owngs yule and Stepstonepike 11 ofgrass 3 acres 4 corn8 acres Ion tobacco STELLA LOWRYX ti it J 2 k JL f i tiltlf 1 4 LAND SALHJames Clark of pper Prickly Ash sold his farm f about 100 fjcies to R S Cross of this tqwn for 8000 Mr Clark will protb1yOtoMisOurF- with his family Mr Clark is an excellent business man a good stock trader and a useful man in any community His many will regret his departure from their midst He is com mended to the ppople among whom his lot may fall asa worthy itizenJUDGMENTAFFIRMED Last week the Court of Appeals affirm ed the judgment of the Mont gomery awarding Brasher 8750 damages the G 0 Railroad Co or causing the death of her hus and Dr James Brashear Dr Brashear was a veterinary sur geon and was killed at the Levee crossingabout t four years ago case was tried three times each tine resulting in a ver dict for the plaintiff S M Estill and family of Wy ming have moved into the Glen Perry residence on High street They are a welcome additoin to citizenship vAt W D Honakers sale Fn day live stock brought about its value and corn sold for 3 70a bar rel but household goods bold low The Roes Run Iron Co four miles east of town suspended spellfRobert Wood has bought Jas Turleys place of 30 acres near Preston for 1200 tI FR0MByHelen knocked the first ripe persim monspOur cooks never would stay with us long They were good while they lasted Was Dr Cook the author pf Beautiful Snow Did he coi pose it all by himself or have thS assistance of those Copenhagen Ara1ianNightscutsn ice us now e melohcholie Danes have come and gone too v Was he foolkiller or a fool incubater Will he reaoVwhat we say about him iiIHE OUTLOOK and come crpailbimThey sayxhelwas the worst that iiihagencharge to Dr Cook Are the navigators and marin ersNgiven to big storie luothey ever Cook their tales Is he the missing slink of Den markCook and his dogs have had their day I gumdrop a tear upon their disappearanceLEAN ALL GOOD READING Some subscribers Says the Dover News complain of too much ad vertising in their county papers It is not so You cant get tOo much for it is here that the subscriber gets the actual cash re turns for his outlay for subscripv tion Of course he gets his mpn eys worth in the reading matter but his financial gain comes fron reading the ads If in carefully readiQg the ads e finds where he can get bargains and save ten cents here and a quarter there and perhaps a dollar or two over yonder by patronizing the man who his prices in the papers instead of paying the pints a pound the whole year round prices at theold places Dont you see how you will not only save the price of your subscrip tion but save it many times over by buying from the man with the bargains and who is not afraid to money to the printer to let you know of them It will pay you to read every advertisement in the paper I NOT FIT TO JUDGE Andrew Carnegie in the smoke room ol the Baltic talked bout Scotch whisky It is a pure but erful spirit he saidsmiling- InPeebles theother day the3t told me a good story about seems thata PeebleSlawyer and his clerk had been to a wedding of the real oldfashioned sort Or- the way home the lawyer said a they were crossing the famous Peebles iron bridge Noo Saunders Illjust gang ahead a moon it an yell me if Im walkin straucht SothelawYer walked ahead and then called back Straucht Saundetsl Stranchts butSpVVashington Star J 1 Subscribe for TUB OUTLOOK t iIB t His VOICEIt was at a summer hotel and the baby being warm and fretful cried Tut Tut We canilisturb our neighIbors this way the fond said taking the child in his arms Let me sing to him if he go to sleep He sang wontI straightway came a knock door and these words Theres a sick lady next door andif its all the same to you would you mind letting the baby cry instead o f singing to itLippincotts theyhavegressWhat Did that s ulss lowdown politician Yes and he told me he would push postImaster Oh Blingsby Why Ididnt understand the name That fel lows all right and Ive always said so Hes got the making of a statesmanLippicotts Doctors WifeI notice dear you always particularly inquire what your patients eat Does that help your diaJmosisIThe DoctorWell my dear in a way yes By the dinners they can afford I know how much I can risk sticking on the bill London Opinion CUPIDS ICISM1s it so that you used to call regularly on that girl Yes she always sank a song to me that I loved Why didnt you marry tier songforTHE NOVICE Old Lawyer to young partner Did you draw up Moneybagswill Young Partner Yes sir and tight that all the relatives in the world can not break it Old Lawyer with some disgust I The next time there is a will to be drawn up Ill do it m- yselfNaw York Sun FULL OF MEANING The schoolteacher told Tommy to write a sentence using the word ass sjnatewas a snoolteacherwhcraidrit like to be sassed sa the bad boys got whipped for a sassin Nate Kansas City Times WLTOREPRA1NMiss Prye Jslnes ourdaughter just i gossipM t- oli IYiold hcriver- r4d l the tfuthTwhetfits biet hurt peoJ plos feelingsLippincott- sIiasterSince your wife died you have got drunk every day You had better get married again atonceServantQh sir leave me yet a month in my riefBonVivant DOUBLE MEASURE Edithaged sjx had just been informed that bvin had been added to the family Th tsfunnyshe mused Ethel and I both prayed for a babybrother put we thought it WAS the same OneEvery bodys Magazine SERVES HIM RIGHTMrs S What is the greatest punish ment that a man can receive bigamy Snarler Tw6 mothersinl- awIllustrated Bits SAFEI wishedto keep my en gagement st t but unfortu nately Ttold MrFnter- Thals all Nobody be hesaysFtegendeBlaetter WHEREIN THEY DIFFER Her When a man starts to talk he never stops to think Him And when aw o m a ri starts she never thinks to stop Life Oh George youve Bro keI1ycur promise The Cheerful OneNever you mind dearie Ill make you an other CmCuts iGOINGTHE PAcEdgar I youboughtmeanewhat Its fearfulyou will ruin me gendeBlaetter BRIDGETS OFFENSE Grant ihteritlywatcbedtheS to his mother he said lOr saw Bridget take all the mac woQ out of the chicken Many a mth says Brother Williams finds himself twixt de devil an de deep sea an he cant figbtfirean he dunno how ter swim Atlanta Constitution Its a jpity that wisdom doesnt gropa man like whiskers r1 ttJI 4t 1 T i EUGENE MIffiHANS s the best place to buy BUGGY ROBES and HORSE BLANKETS of all kinds His Handmade Saddles and Harness v are the be tand cheapest to buy none so good Has t- mae1unem adesaddlesand harness of all kinds cheap er than elsewhere V1VULOlN PLOWS AND PLOW POINTS Jalways on hand V Come and pric2 I 1II18ve your money s iI am yours for the best saddles and harnes EUGENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KV Owingsville Banking Company 1 Statement of Condition Dec 31 loopx ill RESOURCES Loans n 11262972 Overdrafts 904501 Banking House real estate safe c 486823 Cash andduefrom Banks 4613143 17267439 Stock Due v 349096 Deposits44 13023362 17 674139 Dividends Paid for 1909 8 per cent 340000 Total Dividends Paid 3700000 1 We solicit your patronage T H BROWN CASHIER HERES A BARGAINAFOR yTOUa DAY CDURIER JOUWL X I It lBr S mail months and fHEQUX a 714XJ i 4 one year both for only t 2c vti The prico of the Daily CourieisJpurhal a6OZja150 for three months We bawm anintemen whereby vvillacceptorders for th and ou during January February and March 6nlyatihe wa i 1ot bothnamcd abovc Send TI oWu e s o h Send45muional ri Ci rnerJburiHil is Justasf lBS ever We can fur nish the WeeklyandOU1 pa both one year fot 1160 trJournalOwingsville Outlook BARGAfI SUBSCRIPTION OFFER f k One Day Only +January 31 1910 i r Hundreds of our readeas takea daily paper as velf as ours in oriiderto keep fully abreast of tle news of the worlds There is better paper at any price in the State of Kentucky than the Louisville Daily herald It is under a new management and is as good as it always hast i been is better today than ever It isaclean family sheet allowing no objectionable advertisements to be publ hed It baa the Associated Press telegraph news of the world it has amusing pictures from its own cartoonist every day splendid b ne c tures showing loeal and world events fearless independent editorial page always fair and interesting even to those who differ politically with the editpral regular price of the Daily Herald is 3 a year by mail By special arrangement we ae able to make the offer of t Safor both the DAILY HERALD arid THE OUTtOOJCr f thesubscription is received at THE OUTLUOK office not later than January 81 1910 BLOWING His OWN NOSE Wheri George IV was prince re gent he visited Doncaster at the time his royal highnes was suffering from a cold One day the royal party were showing themselves to the people from a balconyWhich is the prince I must see the prince cried an excited old Yorkshire woman who had ometo see the first gentleman of Europe Thats him said abystander Writing upward him with a- handkerchief in hand- Biml u cried the old lady in profound contempt fThat the prince Why he blows his own nose Many a mans morality doesnt begin to work until he discovers that he iff being shadowed by a detetective v j Occasionally the human race fs run ever the course ofUUt Jw 1 K i f lr I l t7 r 1Ix j fr lr iJx i LIABILITIES Capital 30000H to Banks 1ue I wonderful MARBLE AND GRiNiT Monuments Tombstones I and Markers t rfammposltionright Barcfti gtsuaifce and the celebrated ailai iable a specialty St nilug AQRMp COALI have for sale at my plc pa Jefferao reet Coal Lime SaltSaw Cement i BRICK Iat as low rates as any one can furnish these articlesI AUSTIN BOA ii r i u tS lh I r Y I gIL5 t I qv I 2p 11 URGES CONSERVATION OF THE NATIONS RESOURCES b President Taft Sends Special Message to Con gress Recommending Prevention of Land Frauds Control of Water Power Fos f Tjering of Soils and Kindred Subjects r Washington Jan 14 Following Is the complete text ot the special rues naUr tjohs resources sent to tile senate iand house of representatives by Presa i ident Taft today v t To the Senate and Hou of Representa f lives 1 In my annual message I reserved the t dsubject ot the conservation ot our na r tlonal resources for disposition In a spe cial messace as follows In several depa lments there Is pre sental the necessity for legisktilon look- S I Inar to the further conservation pf our a national resources and the uubject II one f I 4u ot such Importance as to require a more I detailed and extended discussion than T can be entered upon In this communica 4 lion For that reason I shall take an 1L early opportunity to send a clat mel laze to conereM on the subject of the e Improvement of our waterways upon the 4t reclamation and Irrigation ot arid semi r arid and swamp lands upon the preser vation of our forests nnd the reforesting 5 totsuitable areas upon the reclasslrica I UOB of the public domain with a view of stpsratlnf from agricultural itettlement b mineral coal and phosphate lands and S sites belonging to the covernraent bor- derlnc on streams sultabli for jhe utlU i s xatlen of water power 1d la 1NO we had a public domain of 105S I tlUK acre Ve hare now RlK4on I S acres conflnedJarcelr to the mountain S ranges nUmrld and semiarid plninn We3avIn addition saOh9n acre ofa 4 land In AlukL1- Dlatturaem nt of Public Linda The public tandhwire during the earl 4 est admlnlitratloos treated as a national asset for the liquidation of the public debt and as a source ot reward for our soldiers and Sailors lAter on they wrra thetways In order to open up regions In the vest then almost Inaccesslhla All the r principal land statutes were marten more than a quarter of a cf nlury 1111 The timSthe foal land and the I mlnlnic acts were among these 4 The rapid disposition of the public lands t Under the each IItatut and the lax t t methods of dlltrlbutlotpreyallln due I think to laM I should rapldtr pass Into owner rlMtoUllitmilrlslonthatt1 for the UMprufeulous and that It was not 0 p contrary to good morals circumvent pe14114 laws This prodlKAl manner of 11 disposition resulted In the passing otS twe cress of valuable land sod many J o ovMtlpnal resources into the hands IM penew who felt little ClrnorelponI Hltyforfreaiotl c the national wel 4l 1ferereurh their develornentI Frauthilent 7lt sit 1 The i tr1ItI Ii that till o mlUlonof= I f acise otubllc4t h netalned and tJittheriChtftrlOver a rati yreS9ft I f er tie TJte tat developed Lt rcttt Ta a dee concern In the e preaevationivPUtieularly d4rectd wa the eaetervatkwef the resource etpeeform on this ftAM as been JItile practical xjIFhaabeenr easy taaay thatsources n fuet sspplr Ifi rWpdwer and In other 1 III srjAe uvd from JJnenvPoIYheIenra1 Is ireeelt4onathey t i TlIiII1Ifhlerlneuthhft t Save and how to aenrB IUidatIlFdeveIopterlIoaane Jtrf e a ceeteM that Jtilfor the corn aea toed that aature blessings saly ttmborn IeraUO areI i N rthrfIIM4 ftcfe most aotewortby reforms It fIMUte4 by py distieguished predeegor- I ic 3heI oreB proect 1InOf1alutl J brln cto public atten 5s4P tten lGt ee meetalty for rHerYtnCtMl IreeaSein iablla domatit t ILt5 HatlOflfOth RltlnteR4IIC and cc t ttHaJO lof our resources and for jtf tmerit of laws ameridftiglthe flb r 5M4ete t8teaIIOto retain govern II e1 J i meta1eentroI over that part of the pub t J 1r tie domain lp which there are valuablet t J v 4 poslUof coal ofoll and of phoiphatn va i In addition thereto to prestrv con r cnI1HIderTIUoatvotableto theII 1c1r sblle of the lands along the streams IB wkkhthefaItofwate c nbelmade to 4 generate power to be i transmitted In the t v ft fera of electricity many miles tbi tM jX Itajysji k qwa aa water power 1 I3rt ortI1Lp 0 lavestliatlons Into violations of theq J HM iad law and the prosecution or i1 kconir 4 lr Mea the wlthdravralAof Ilndafor t t etasetAcatlon anti valuation and the tern1 b vi r1wlthhftkllnCoflIOweraltes Since II Kaefe 41WI ewporary f 47t iV I PWSf sjto have been made rfWIOt1 IeIi v I ab aawa thee withdrawalsa t V t eever lsf er e6IIt snore streams than I li weir Yen b the withdrawals made pi4er1o tMttLII1 t k Tereiente4atuee except so tar preciousat are1 JMt adapted to carry eutthe modern tit I er the bedIpoeitIoa of public c jOnjJ r uoe to t taktf jthe a roper develop 4T oo Pent vwltli reetfleWVB tondftlona o t taatller which ahall Bpcnre lo tKa 1 t cbaracter of controlwhich t w UPrn t a inonepolT 0r misuse ofk the 1aRlltl or their iproductsWThei tD tthe secretary of the Interior iowithr iw from the operation of exlUII r If fa tatutee tracts of land the disposition 4 1 el rwhleh Under auch statutes would 1a iSrv be 4trimental to the public Interests h not clear or satisfactory This power orv + has bees exercised In the Interest of the iMrtMe with the hope that congress0 r j mIght aflrra the action of the iit tlyeby laws adapted to the new condl notiqueYto4 0Jeuailer the clrcuwstance full of I r i5z1 catyIt seems tomethatlt Ii- I 4 h thedutyef congress now by a statute whIchIlaterter and the president and to use 1 I i r rtllesecretary f the Interior temporar iIy te wUhftaw lands pending eubmls a Jr t loBta ot recommendations as ct tftr f r J CHASE GAME IN MOTOR CARS T t iio J iaI 1 cjHttjrt Thats JBaiil to It Popular I I Hunters In w- tJJ cm Kansas vir rl r l AtitomoSiles are revolutionizing F 4 PIIuntIg wild game la f Jt siuL A wotf hunt vnde jrl 1 itJl matt excltlnc One doesit rt snthe open pralrWofi- N It t 5f AI if It q1J1 v 4 7JIr 4 IT If e lf II 11 c 0 rr qftv i1trItf t 0 f j lr l Ij j tF tftt Itt fie H It t t I a r I 4 0 I k to legislation to meet conditions or emergencies as they arise Properly to Classify Lands One ot the most pressing needs In the matter of publicland reform Is that lands should be clnssined according to their principal value use This ought to b done by that or department whose force Is best adapted to thnt work It should be done by the Inter ior department through the geological survey JIuch of confusion fraud and contention tfhlch has existed In the present has arisen from the tack of an nfllclal nnd determinative classifi cation of the public lands and their contentsIt proposed to dispose of ag ricultural lands nji such nnd at the same time to reserve for other disposi tion the treasure of coal MI ashphal turn natural gill and phosphato con tamed therein This may be but Ac complished by separating the right to mine from the title to the surface giving the necessary use of no much of the latter an may be required for the extraction of the deposits The sur face might be disposed of aa agricul tural land under the general agricul tural statutes while the coal or other mineral could be disposed of by lease on a royalty basis with the provisions requiring a certain amount of develop ment each year and In order to pre vent the ute and cession of ad lands with others of similar character so AS to constitute a monopoly forbidden by law the lease should contain suitable provision subjecting to forfeiture tho Interest of persons participating In such monopoly Such law should ap ply to flask as well as to the United States Statute Difficult to Frame It Is exceedingly difficult to frame a statute to retain government control over a property to be developed by private capital In such n manner as to secure the governmental purpose and nt the same time not frighten away the Investment of the necessary capital Hence It may be necessary by laws that are really only experi mental to determine from their prac tied operation what Ii the best method of securing the result aimed atThe extent of the value of phosphate Is hardly realized and with the need that there will be for It as the years roll on and the necessity for fertilize Ing the land more acute this will be a product which will prolj ablrattract the greed of monopolists Public Land Along Streams With respect to the public land Which lies along the streams offering opportunity to convert water power ittv transmissible electricity another Important phase of the public land question Is presented There are vat- tiable water tower sites through nil the public land states The opinion Is held that the transfer of sovereignty from the federal government to the territorial governments as they become states Included the water power In the risers except Ji0 far a that owned by riparian proprietors I dO110t think It necessary togo Jnto discussion of this aomewhaf mooted qnestlon of lawi n seems to me to7that the man who owns and control the lnrtalontr the stream from which the VowefJa tobtceavt1 and trans ynitted owns land whiclt is lnIl18pens MeitB theconVJraloti and use of that X cannot how the p werjn streftraaflowlnvjthroaichpub lip1 lands can be made le at j except t the bywbieh mite for thoelcontrucf ferateplant and abAcige4 cht ofway- thereovr fO t tI ilasiun jlne rft dor these condltI At the government owna the adjacent nd Indeed If the government la Ihe TlparlanoW11e It may control the use of the water power by Imposing proper ndltIoBori the disposition otho land necessary In the creation and utilization of thi water power tt- r Value of Water Pbwerira The development In t electrical appli nee for the n of the water power Into electricity to be transmitted longVdlstances has progressed so far that lt Is ho longer problematical but It Is a certain Inference that In the future the power of tha Vater falllngln the streams to e large extent will take the place of natural fuels In the n of the aorrtaln alreadyllTantedmanrwat r oqwer Miss have come under absolute ownership and may drift Into one own ershlpvsp that all the water power under private ownership shall be a monopoly If how veto the water power SIte now bwnwl by the government and there are enough of them shall be disposed of to private persons for tho Investment of their capl In such a way as to their union for purposes bf monoPoly with other water power kites and under conditions that shall limit therlght of use to not exceeding thirty years with renewal privileges bud some equitable means of fixing terms of rental and with proper iBieaas for determining a teasonable grad Bated reptat4t would seem entirely poe rtbW to prevent the absorption of these most useful lands by 4f power monopoly As song as Jhe government retains con ImproperunIon11thlothef and prices kept reasonable onseiYedtjJf the natural resources ofthe couitry the tea lure that transcends all others Incluains wooatwaters minerals the soil of the country It la incumbent upon the goy eminent to foster by all available lU- lereaourcesof the country that produce theieoshould bocared for with all means at the Ovemment disposalITbell productive powtrshould haVe the attention dourncIenMsts that we may conserve thg new tithln1eoUputure drylandalt soils feed grains and mill feeds on the farms where they originate that the soils from which they come may be en etchEd A work of the utmost Importance to In form and Instruct he public on this chief brancbof the conservationof our reo uceeslfulyInought not to escape public attention that state action In addition to that the de partment of agriculture utbrlnltanceI- n the drainage of swamp lands Is es sentlal to the best treatment of the soils In the manner above Indicated The act by which In semiarid parts of the west without coming in contact with a fence or a creek When a wolf tor coyote is scared uptho auto mobile takes after blmA wolf runs ja an easy circle He doesnt dodge bank and JorthSoI is comparative ly easy for We driver to keep right behind him But the autombbllo must have great speed A coyote can run 30 miles an hour 9ardenand killed him with the wheels That war considered pr al huntlnyifeat i J ll f1 V j ff p a a t fSP t t r the public domain the area of the homo stead has been enlarged from ICO to S29 acres has resulted most beneficially In the extension of dry farming and In the demonstration which has been made of the powlblllty through n variation In the character and mode of culture of railing substantial imps without the pretence of such a supply of water as has been Heretofore thought to be neces sari for agriculture Uut there pro millions of acres of com pletely arid land In the public domain which by the establishment of reservoirs for the storing of water and the Irri gation of the lands may be made much more fruitful and productive than the best lands In n climate where the mole ture comes from the clouds Congress recognized the Importance of this method of artificial distribution of water on the arid lands by the passage of the reclama tion act The proceeds of the public lands creates the fund to build the works needed to store and furnish the neces sary water and It was left to the secre tary of the JiKcMbr to determine what projects should be started among those suggested and ti direct the reclamation service with the funds at hand and through the engineers In Its employ to construct the works No one can visit the far west and the country of arid and semiarid lands with out being convinced that this Is one of the most Important methods ft the con servation of our natural resources that the government has entered upon It would appear that over 30 projects have been undertaken and that a few of these are likely to be unsuccessful be cause of lack of water or for other rca sons but generally the work which has been done has been well done and many important engineering problems have been met and solved I Funds Inadequate for Service One of the difficulties which has arisen Is that too many projects in view of the available funds have been set on foot The funds available under the reclamation statute are Inadequate to complete these projects within a reasonable time And yet the projects have been begun settlers havo been Invited to take up and in many In stances have taken up the public land within the projects relying upon their prompt completion The failure to complete the projects for their benefit Is In effect a breach of faith and Jeaves them in a most distressed con dition I urge that the nation ought to afford the means to lift them out of the very desperate condition in which they now are Thin condition does not Indicate any excessive waste or any corruption on the part of the reclamation service It only Indicates an overzealous desire to extend the benefit ot reclamation to as many acres and as many states as poulbleI recommend therefore that authority be gIven to Issue not exceeding I3000000p of bonds from time to time as the secretary of the Interior shall find It necessary the proceeds to be applied to the comple ion of the projects already begun and their proper extension and the bonds running ten years or more to be taken up by the proceeds of returns to the reclamation fund which returns as the years goon will Increase rapidly in amountThere no doubt at nil that If these bonds were to be allowed to run ten years the proceeds from the public lands together with the rentals for water furnished through the completed enterprises would quickly create a sinking fund large enough to retire the bonds within the time specified I hope that while the statute shall pro vide that hese bonds are tr be paid nut of the reclamation fund It will be drawn In such a way as to cUra In terest At the lowest rate and that the credit of the United States lll be pledged for their redemption T urge consideration of the rommondlltlo of the aecretaryj thE interior In Jits for amendments of the reclamatl act proposing dther relief for s t Ionthese jNewflEspcflngfo comparatively small timbered areas on the public mall not Included In national forests because of their Isolation or their special value for agricultural of mineral nselt isopi parent from the evils resulting by virtue or the Imperfections of exHtlng laws for the disposition at timber lands that the acts of June 1 should be rci peated and a law enacted for the dlspo BtlonoC the timber at publS salem the lands after the removal of the timber to be subject tdv ippi ifpgAtloj und rtber- Ieuhural61 mine laws What I have sal liT an epItome tl secret-ary0ftlrnTttt f tfIconservation public domain tn IiIIpresent annual report TJif baa close attention dp jb problem of dfsposl lion of these land such conditions aato Invite theprlvate capital necessary to their development on the one hand and the mafnUnanca of thflrUtri necessary to preVentmOnopolynndabul e IheotheroTheJleIn blllr he his prepared and they are at the disposition of the conrrefs I earnest ly recommend that all the suggestions which he has made with to these lands shall be embodied In statutes and especUlljv that the withdrawals already made shall be validated so far as acres sary and that dqbtat Jha authority tolt1drwrecommendations as to future disposition of them whereew legislation Is needed shall be made complete and unquestioned Disposition of Forest Reterves UnltellStatesunder the control of the department of agriculture with authority adequje to preserve them anti to extendthelr growth so far as thtmT be lrctlcablerJtto rotlUrtorestlcannotbility of si scientific treatmeht t fortsso that they shall be made to1 yield a large return In timber without really rp duclng the supply has beeridemQnstrate- 4Inothr countries and we should work toward the standard letliytben as as their methods are applicable to our conditions U wards tour bunilredmillhn acres of forrsttlarfd In this country are In prl vIownership but Only three per cent ot Jt Is being treated Ur and with a vliw tothe maintenance of the ftbrtheetpteIlIInon watersheds ls a matter of discussion tidertve4of forest lands on watersheds and the prorntion Pt the rrroWthDt trees ln places that are now denuded and that once nadrreat nourishing forests goes without saying The control lo be fxer llfdrovetPrlvte owners tn Ihtlc treat which they owiv Isai matter for state and not national latlon because tbreJnnotblnglnthe constitution Ulat s the federal overforettsre owned ILI proprietary way Tiy the federal goveriutient Improvement of RIveK I come now to the improvement of the Jaland waterways He would be blind thatthopeopIeof the Mltslsslppl valley have been aroused io the need there Is for the Im waterwaysTheon the one hand and the Ohio oh the other would seem to offer a great nat ural means of Interstate transportation and traffic How far If properly Improved When hunters used to chase coyotes on horses and with dogs there was never a rdor where they drove IIIdlrterentCoyotes run until they are about to be taken In and then make for their dens In order Vo smoke them put the driver attaches a rubber tube to the gas tank of his carand runs the other end down in the hole That soon brings the coyote out aac the race Is resumed until the animaL Is bagged Chicago Nows i e1t i I J f t they would relieve the rallrtads or sup plement them In respect to the bulkier and cheaper commodities Is a matter of conjecture KO enterprise ought to be undertaken the cost of which Is not def initely ascertained and the benefit and advantage of ivhlcli are not known and assured by competent engineers and other authority When however a project of a definite character for the Improvement of a waterway has been developed 10 that the plans have been drawn the cost definitely estimated nnd the traffic which will be accommodated Is reason ably probable I think It Is the duty of congress to undertake the project and make provision therefor In the proper appropriation bill One of the projects which answers the description I have given Is that of Intro ducing dams Into the Ohio river from Plttsburg to Cairo so as to maintain at all seasons o7 the year by slack water a depth of time feet Upward of seven of these Jar have already been con structed and Iiz are under construction whlto the iota1 required Is 50 The re maining eoil Is known to be IS3000000 It seems to me that In the development of our Inland waterways It would bo wise to begin with this particular project and carry It through as rapidly as maybe I assume from reliable Information that It can be constructed economically In ten years I recommend therefore that the public lands In river and bar bor bills make provision for continuing contracts to complete this Improvement and I shall recommend In the future If It be necessary that bonds be Issued to carry It through What has been said of the Ohio river Is true In a less complete way of the improvement of the upper Mississippi from St Paul to St Louis to a constant depth of six feet and of the Missouri from Kansas City to St Louis to a constant depth of six feet and from SL Louis to Cairo of a depth of eight feet These projects have been pronounced practical by competent boards of army engineers their cost has been estimated and there Is business which will follow the Im provement i As these Improvements are being made and the trame encouraged by them shows Itself of sufficient Importance the Im provement of the Mississippi beyond Cairo down to the gulf which Is now going on with the maintenance of a depth of nine feet everywhere may be changed to another and greater depth If the neces sity for It shall appear to arise out of the traffic which can be delivered on the river at CairoCheap Rail RatS Necessary I am Informed that the Investigation by the waterways commission in Europ shows that the existence of waterway by no means assures traffic unless there Is traffic adapted to water carriage at cheap rates at one end or the other of the stream It also appears in Europe that the depth of the streams is rarely more than six feet and never more than nine But It Is certain that enormous quantities of merchandise are transported over the rivers and canals in Germany and Prance and England and It s also certain that the existence of such methods of traffic affects the rates which the raIlroads thlrgeani it is the best regulator of those rates that we have not even excepting the govern mental regulation through the Interstate commerce commission For this reason I hope that this congress will take such steps that It may be called the Inaugu rator of the new system of Inland water ways For reasons which It is not nec essary here to state congress has seen fit to order an Investigation Into the in tenor department and the forest service of the agricultural department The ro suite of that investigation are not needed to determine the value of and the ne cessity for the new legislation which I have recommended to the public lands and Inreapectt9 reclamation Iearnestly Urge that the measures be taken up and disposed of without awaiting the investigation which has been determined upon WILLIAM H TAFT A Birds Sayings Bank In California the woodpecker stores acorns away although he never eats them He rest holesdirtet Ing slightly In at the fall of Uje year InvarIably In a pine tree Then he find an acorn which he adjusts to one of the holes prepared for Its reception But he doss not eat the acorn for j asB rule hq is not a vegetarian His object Is storing away the acorns ex hiblts foresight and a knowledge of nsultSmbrtfnkln to reason than1t- cTelflsAlr sccee tl winter tJBcorns elhLitact iithkera j deeaV1whepwhich seem to delight in this special food woocpecJierreapsvided at a time when the pound be lug covered with snow he would exr perlenco a difficulty otherwise in ob taming suitable sor palatable food Hit Penitentiary Din AndnwI must show you what I PODUJaropen a door Is where I oc casionally spend an hour or BO whcq I am developing s m Aqmsof that by no means uncommon among sue cessful men called swelled head The room was a charming little snuggery about sevenrfeet square the only remarkable feature of which was the wal1 verIDg If you look closely explained the host you will see that my wallpaper consists on two 8rdeal ttlJerom of those toofamiliar and uncomo printed forms on which editors express their regrets at declining ones pet manuscrIpts Zoological Puzzle Italian zoologists have a to solve owing to the discovery on whitebearwhlchbu bearJyears ago and must have been pre served by tho Ice since It has always been held that white bears vanished from the Alps three centuries ago But it has since been demonstrated that death could only have taken qdlsGoveryAttbls are still write bears In the Alps ex peditions are to be sent to test the theory Tooly Lurall How far is it between these two to the lawyer r AboJfour mileI us the fow cries replied the witness You mean as the cry flows No put In the Judge he means as the fly crows And theyall looked at each other feeling that something was wrong Everybodys Magazine ICarver of Figureheads the citys old est wood carver died the pther day at the age of S3 years He estimated only a short time before his death that he had made carvings for more than 500 vessels His principal work was tho carving of fifigureheads for vessels this beln a lucrative and im portant occupation at ono time until the rise commercialism blotted out the poetic significance of thest models BathC orreapcndeBcepf Ct IstpntMe Journal ff2 r t v wt t 1 j LiPHEifLOftLL BEFORE DEATH HE CONFESSED HELPING MRS GUNNESS IN WHOLESALE CRIMES DETAILS OF TRAGEDY TOLD How the Borgia Lured Victims to Death Told by Accomplice Con fesses to Killing of Arch Murderess and Three Children St Louis According toa copy righted story In the PostDispatch Thursday Ray Lamphere who died recently in the Indiana penitentiary at Michigan City while serving a term for setting fire to the bpme ot Mrs Della Gunncss at Laporte Ind did not carry the secrets c2 the charnel farm to the grave with aim Tho confession was made to Rev Dr E A Schell formerly pastor of the Laporte Methodist church now president of tho Iowa Wesleyan uni versity at Mount Pleasant la and held by him inviolate as a secret of the confessional ThePostDlspatchs8Ys Rev Mr Schell would verify U he would con sent to break the silence the confes son it publishes Tho PostDispatch however says the confession It publishes was made to a man of unassail ablo character Lamphere according to the confes non had a guilty knowledge of tho murder of three men In the Gunness home during the time he lived thereabout elpht months in 1907 and he as sisted Mrs Gunness In disposing of tho bodies of the three men Ho said he thought he had not re calved as much of tho profits cit the transaction as hd considered himself entitled to and he went to the farm awomapcbloroform dren and Jennie Olson He and the woman then searched the house find ing between J60 and 70 The light they used was a taridle andthey left the house wlthoutJdiowing they had left behind a spark that soon burst into flames Mrs Gunness method of killing her victims Lamphere said was flrstv to choloform them as they slept and then if the drug did not itself kill to sever the heads with an ax Each time a man was to be murdered according to Lamphere she sent him to purchase chloroform Lamphcro said he saw one of them klle rand aided In burying all three These men were Andrew Helg lein and probably Ole Budsberg and Tonness Petersen Lien Lien Lamphere thought was the third husband of Yrs Gunness At the time of the Lamphere trial it was thought Jennie Olson had been killed by rsOunne81j mpbereIbo ever details hoW Mrs Gunness had secreted her In the ihouse after she returned from a visit and she wa cHolorpfprmed by Lamphere and his coUcSAfewrnlghta after they came back there was anotfier T ir1 iLamphere received money brice more from Mrs Gunness and he said he becapthe trusted ally of YrsGun 24 ROWNED IN stil VtRE K Steamer Czarina Goes on Cots Bar Near Minsfield oreTwoftCrew Saved ii Marshfleld Or or 31j men on the steamer 1atwhlc Wednesday t1 von the Coos bay bar and was w Pdtw IlL b eu and there Is a possibility that fln others including Capt pugan and Ear- gldMlI1iewIUbe paved Harry Kent zelli first assistant ehglneer was found unconscious in the breakers and J Robinson second acsistant was washed ashore y Several hours alter Kentiell was yes cued he regained1 consciousness and said that Capt Dugah and Millls the only passenger bad been bound to one of1 the maEts tnsoli1 added that when thefo11VJdn to which J e and five others had climbed wept by- the board the master5 the ftrstomcer- MIUIr and two seamenV were alive in the after rigging These were the only ones left 6a the ship PASS WHITE SLAVE BILL V House Adopt Drastic Measure Which Will Go FafTbwart Brtaklna Up Infamous Traffic Wa 1itngtoaRepresent v Sabath of Chicago cored against Represen tative Mann when the Bennett Sabath white slave bill was passed by the house Wednesday That action in effect sends the Mann bill on the same subject to the house waste basket ISl1erhs1aitheever adopted by any state or nation and if it Is passed by the senate will go far toward breaking up the white slave traffic It makes it a felony to import any person for immoral purposes and then provides that any alien found in any disorderly house or profiting In any way therefrom uiay be deported Lazy Negro Harms Race Atlanta Ga That the idle shiftless negro Is the greatest menace to his race was the assertion made by Booker T WashIngton In an address before a large audience a large part of which was white people here Thurs day r YM C A Homo Burned Boston The Young Mens Chris tion Association building Boylston and Berkeley streets Back Bay die trict burned Thursday The loss ex ceeds 200000 Killed on Last Trip Blomlngton lUA K Hoover a trainman of the Chicago Alton res- IdIng at Mountain View Mo was killed here Wednesday while testing the air of his train He recently In herited a farm and resigned This was to have been lila last trip Stock Broker Drops Dead New YorkCliazIes Head of the stock exchange Jinn of Charles Head 4t Co dropped dead of apoplexy in his office Wednesday He had long been a member of the stock exchange IIII if h r J lit f Sd I k 4 r fI THWART MILITARY CONSPIRACY PLOT AGAINST SPANISH CABiNET IS DIPPED IN BUD Was Fomented by Former Minister of Interlcr40 Officers Impli cated Sent to Fortresses Paris Dispatches from Ma drid indicate that the government thwarted a military conspiracy fo mented by the friends of Juan de Laci crva y Pena el former minister of the interior against the Liberal cabinet The building occupied by the mill tary club was surrounded by the police and eighty rmed officers in the building were arrested Forty of the officers implicated have been sent to various provincial fort resses pending trial by court mnrUalIThe colonels of the Queens regiments have been relieved of their commands by royal decree The origin of the trouble was the complaint against the system of ad vancement for army officers which was made upon the recommendation of persqns of high rank among whom Pignatelli was the leader The correspondent of the Tempo describes the situation In Madrid as critical The cabinet Is between two fires On tSe one hand are the Republicans and Radicals who are attacking the army and at the same time charg ing Premier Moret with employing the methods of his predecessor while on enragedifagainst it There are rumors also of a Carlist uprising and it is understood that Don Jaime of Bourbon the Spanish pre tender is preparing to Issue a man ifesto describing the ruin of Spain since the dethronement of his great grandfather attacking the freethink ers and Protestants and urging a re viral of Catholic unity as the only means for Spanish regeneration Despatches from Barcelona report much excitement there The troops are held la readiness In their barracks SUSPEND S BCHAPIN CO Brokerage FIrm Is 8uspended Be cause of Its Action In Rock Island Flurry Now YorkSlEJon Bi Chapin head of the stock brokerage firm of S B Chapin Co with offices at No ill Broadway was suspended from the privileges of the stock exchange Wednesday by l the governing corn mittee for a period of 60 days and his partner pD jCountiss was sus pended for 30 days as a result of the action of the firm bh Deceiftber 27 last in executing brdets during the sensational flurry in Rock Island corn mon stock which culminated on that aemIpan1cS ls1 action Richard A jackpoa of Chicago president of tie Rock Island Compauy the hbldlag corporation of the Rockistaid rail road reelgaed falls 6ffcejasl wells the chalrHtoBhlp of the executive cdmmitfceet i flAItdTATcHLNTERILL y Creates Fotm et Iiodlni Cewpany Und r Wtlbi Charter Rtilss LaIPown WshingoBIna illij ot si sec tions Attorney General Wickersljam has embodied tie Ideas of Preeldent Taft and his cableiegardlus a aye tern Q federal incorporatIon M bust nesa enterprises ure wlll be the creation pfa form ct holding company under a naftipiuai charter which may control hr buff ness bC subordinate companies or gantzed unier state laws Pfoper lint Itatfons wiUvbe imposed to prevent the embarkatlon of coYpofatlons lar the business of discounting bills re ceiving deposits and issuing notes ELOPING HEIESS AT HOME Miss Roberta De Janori and Walter with Whom She Fled In PhiladelphIai Philadelphia Frederick Cohen exwaiter Miss Roberta Je Janon the ilyearbld granddaughter of Rob ert Buist the seed man with whom lie eloped from the BellevueStrat ford on December 29 and the gray fox terrjer Tootsie that was the companion of the two on their ear ajiade got back to jtown Thursday evening after their capture in Chi cago amid the center of a jlot of po 4lcet excitement and official hubbub that might fittingly have attended the passage of a prince Cadets Guilty of Hazing Washington Three West Point cadets have been found guilty of haLing it is reported here and their dismissal will follow the ap proval of the sentence by the secre tary ot war who Is allowed no discre tion In the matter No announcement of the names of the three cadets will be made until Secretary Dickinson re turns from Porto Rico Charges Fraud n Mine Election Bridgeport 0Tom Lf Lewis president of the United Mine Workers of America Friday charged fraud had been practiced In the election qt national pfQers Jn this district favoring William Green his opponent Find Last Body In Mine Negaunee Tkllch Bulled beneath tons of sand the body of Oscar Mat tila the last of the four miners entombed byes sudden run pf mud in the Negaunee mine a month ago was dis covered Friday 1 Mikado Receives Dr Clark Tokyo Japan The emperor gave an audience to Rev Francis E Clark of Boston founder of the United So ciety of Christian Endeavor who was presented by Ambassador OBrien Thursday Dr Clark Is the first person to be received by the emperor because of his prominence In Christian work Millions of Valentines Burn Worcester Mass Tho plant of tWr George 0 Whitney Company hre burned Thursday destroyingiaiiiionp of valentines i I j t lj raV 5 iiA i 7 i J L I Ivas TRADU v 4 Volume of Buslne v asureJbya Banic Exchanges fRaiiroad Earnings Is h avy Ii New YorkR G Du1 Cos we krly review of trade sayfij rk Notwithstanding the sWsonable lull7 in business general con4Itions are fuly ly normal and the volume of trade aa measured by bank exchanges and raHV road earnings la veryNheayy There 5 Is a wide diversity ot reports from the different trades and trade centers but even the least satisfactory Indlcatet no fundamental weakness IAn Increased demand for pis Iron is Indicated with bujew displaying more Interest than for several weeks and prnlces show a hardening tendency In some districts Inquiry Is broadening quite gMieralljv with sales o from 40iOdO to 50000 tons of various grades noted at the west while business in some parts of the east shows an ap predable expansion mostly In inn leablo Iron Steel making Iron how ever continues Inactive and Jn some markets basic ik still available at irConsiderable Irfegolarlty has dove oIled in finished lines but some dull liesa in this division to not surprising after the phenpmenjally heavy specify Ing bofore last year closed This has resulted in the accumulation of larg y stocks In Jobbers hands yet busera In many Instances etlll appear willlag to make contracts for distant periods Trading In cotton goods was restrictb ed to some extent by unsettled orndl tions in the raw material market al though Intho fact of a sharp decline in the taplo there were large sales ot print cjoths at the advanced price of 4VSc for delivery during the first six month of the yw Wpather Conditions Influence Trade Now York Bradstreets says Reports M to trade and trarisporta hon reflect variations of weather ir regularity affecting sales and move ment otlfarm products and coal sip plies and of spring goods to various markets tTTansportatIonJInes partlcnlarjy ia the north and west have been ham pered by stormy weather and the r Jwithfamine still exists at mari western points indoor iaiSaBtries eeem to be actively empitfyed notably lroa steel andhoe manufactgia Best repO ts as to new business in Iron and come from the west while eastern markets are rather quiet There is snmo disappolntnientI tit the volume of p e eastern roads Collections have been SInterfered with by iaterruptloa ta crop mcrementiaad are rather irrega lar frosa corotry dtetricts Buslnefe failures Wt the TJalte4 Staesfocthe wookesdtngwI4an s uary ir were291 agalnit371 week 319lne l4keweekot 19e 31 1nj19OS234 In In 19OS i I j Baniness fa1lurIn cana week nuMber 44wklcki- 3 for last weekand aS for the eek ctt19r r thetalted States aM Cdtet the Iwcekr Mdlftg Sail 13y roBsatei5677v 185 blesbeis againatS1Jgt45 knSbeIi last week aM bi1 this WeeklMt year Torthe2Sweelcs 45414g Jan 13e- 039L4l9 agai4t 120 39517 asliete fcorresing eeiOd last yeas Corz2pPrtLT1S- 66 bieskaJsagaln- stsira Jt aIt 190 Vertkei13 coriexpovts ares aga1net135000 FtalTraljl Cedar RapidsA of Cleveland Tex killo Ralph Mor tally Injured and nfl serlouslylinrt In a cbllisiL r VJN N ToDacco 4Marketa V- CJarksvili Tenn Jan 15 were the highest of tie season i favorale weather the receipts willibja heavyy Old tobacco is quoted SsTf town Trash 46ii2o ltIiw45e35 con 525575 med1ui 1W TtI775I Lj MARKET REPORTS Cincinnati Jan 15TFiotmrMarket steady at clo espring patentI670 5vsprte family 5075 wtatw patent fo850620Vlnter LfaaHr HSS G10 rye flouB 4704 0 Wieolt bj r z The demaniLi beenmoderate wtth r Olin tone tS tariet receipts iasaJl tJp ZCwInter red fL280il3pOB track Ay CornFIrm condition to market wHfc y5 sligl advance and falr demand rinixed 69c No 2 white 70c Oath Advanced 2c No 2 whIte 52c No i 2 mixed 1ic RyeNo 35S6e Mill loedAdvancet per ton braa- 2t6023iO raicidlings 232750 15CattieJdsrketstcady jYilgood to cbohxt 5l575 heitextr40550 ocd to choice 476635 cows extrk 455 good to coiee S4465 BuilsrFat hulls 47t 9exra 5lOC25 Milch CowsExttiS6250065 good to choice 45IQ Calves Extra 875 i9t fain to govlight f786Q HOgSGOO4 to chainVbutchers 9S10 nilxe packers iJNf t9 Pss HO lbs andIesa 6ro 340 Sheep Siarketiitroii 1iitV advance extra 575iBi good b choice 5255C5 TjMnbs Ext a Vt JS65SI875 good to choice 8 5V60i iStraussNew YorkNattixn Strqfuss meri chant and philanthropist 1na bmkn ca down nervously under the strain of for the berculosis Jhasilon ot the preventpriunu BrldgeportO More than a dozen hbmfcwere flooded and much prbpeity1 dar aifeed by the gorging of WheeliBg fcrSelc Just west of here TbeJc formed a wail 10 feet high IiIPfI J I w rfj i b If i 4 r sI t11tI Ii tI 1 fI t T ViO byj Fr flkBZtjm VPrQnT dy ThC lJlJUJJn A IlL cwiqmz ccrRN7 I1flAllk AlIlIW1fN103LOW t 4 uIJ I SYNOPSIS 11 iJorothy lived In Kansas with Aunt Em 4 r theirhomeawakenedaa quursgreeed her to the Land f t l MuzwhkIn The house had killed their enemy the wicked witch of East Dor othy took the witchs silver shoes Bb- i started for the Emerald City to nnd the j ItVIzard otOwbo she was promised topscarecrowJI I oulrlnc brains and atarted with ber to 4 llcarecrowtoldhlaI man who longed for a heart e also terribleCno c pJ i eHa decided to accompany them toP Ith6 Wizard of Oz to eet some The icare crow In pushing the raft became 1m t j paled upon his pole In the mIddle of the river carecrow was rescued by a r r 1 friendly etork They entered a poppy rJ which caused DorothY to tall t 0 e E i asLeep The scarecrow and Un woodman I I Jnacued her and her dog from the deadly Itoweri The lion tell aeleep and beIng tooI iI J huvy to lift was left On the eesrch fur4 ilj the road of yellow brick which led to the Wb to Emerald city they met a wild cat anda Held mice Tho woodman killed the wild Ifj r rat The queen mouse became friendly I rI A Bhessnt thousands of her mice subjects 4 to draw the lIony from poppy j sld awoko from her longieep They started again on the Emerp fencePalntw 4 t r ta P0nouses of creen and people dresied i t f TheyWI erlped the power of the wizard of Oz brightkhro them Tho wizard decided to receive one f of the jarty each All were In 4 men rooms DorothYcent to thronep if it jfl room In a chair sparkling with emer I I 1 lds she beheld an enormous lend with theCterrible Aid the head Oz told her thatr when klllPd the wicked witch of the t1r3t ho would snd her home The acar beauCpromised brains when he killed the t witch TtC WOOdman beheld a terrtblt i bag with ji Head of a rhinoceros and i fIIYe ejresv The wizard promised him a 1I t Mart would slay the witch The fromIMwthC witch 3be search commenceda 4 enteredher1a14 thewolreaa dlspaths iUngi Finally winged monkeys took 1prjsoner and them to1 n 4S th Dorothy threw water on f ti wicked witch destroying her Dor euretIOa4 o1k andr J wBhefound a charmed golden beVt cup tho Ijwankeys who took them to the hanned cups story Ct110 W 1 1 IfAJtERfiXV i IVM Ittt1Ii ec tac ea omK jtdrcawhttie pec- o the 1 WITUie lck i HtJleW ai1h Zt iateIcriani follpwedj t ec5rovid to v HaWetSe i t r for iitii ttIlgrea t jl tIr 1DU6 rest 4 waS to J 4IC f iS4 o jMnrrJedI t that Dorothy aid the I Ohad posaeback again7il t 9 mi ih Wfckea Witch v UV V 4eerepIy The thought V s H 3tl tItJl dJorth8 badI1 y f the next day nor watthigfS treatI4 81Jr fk1onftet senti f I J r ii i ol hGrsatan n4irrIc 0i 4 jt i o JJ tM to tiAdergb wckl1lps and I I Ia1Ity1zo the Scar ero auost 1I kagreen Klrlt take asother t dldPltH teS Jp ttein aad eW out whether be V Th t kepi proaIaei or BOL Whath5 jtr WJrd wtYlttJl ineeeagehewaa f i f p rtlhteM hat lie lent word or atjr1 r 1MIKJB8n1Iag HeJa4aice et the r j 4 Monkeys la tJt Lull of the t rL Wetaad bdld aotwlsh to meet 11 l ih 14 tl rfour tr velers8eda1eep giftzT r Ji t lhDH d1lLuleep I11OBif and tiJ1 frf t j l ti A t tfI 4S i f ii x ti l1AI 1a r 4i 1 J 1I1r tZa rlI11 1 J L 1 Iffi1t t t l 1 I f 0 7 11 r r L H 4 ifi tIl 1 tf r e j tI IPcc ff iY i1 1 fw i flt r t JP I S then she dreamed she was in Kansas whero Aunt Em was telling he how glad she was to have her little qtrl at homo PrompllY at nine clock tho next morning the green whiskered soldierS came to them and four they all went into the thronoroom of tho Great Oz Of course each oneot them ex shapehogreatly surprised when they lookod about and saw no one at all In the room They kept close to the doorS and closer to one another for the ness of tho empty room was more thOyhadPresently they beard a Voice seem thetopsolemnly I am Oz tho Great and Terrible Why do you seek me They looked again in every part of the room and then seeing no one Dorothy asked Where are you t I am everywhere answered the Voice but to the eyes of commonS mortals I am invisible I seatmseltupon my throne that you may converse with me Indeed the Dint Any Humbug VOfIii seemed thea to com- estMlgbtjrorn the throne Itselttso theywilkedtoward It and stood Lna row while Dorothy said promLstOWhatrqmiseri asked 0- Yot1 i pronllsed to itend me back to Xau3aa when the wcklifd Witch ww destroyed said the girl rAnd you promised to vgiye tine fPJAiald the Scar ro tpromlsed Jto give me a artiiad the tin Wiodtoan 1 Andydupmads d to give mq cour ageaaid the Cowardly Lion Ia Ue Wicked Witch really de S lCd Ti asked the yolJ Dorothy thought lt treaiblcd a little y8lli she answered r T melted her wlotbWel of water- Deii h how suadefi Well bometomeft rnor rpw for X must have time tb thinlji if pver Youve had plenty o time already saIIthethWoodmn angrily We riwnt wait A daylonger said the Scarecrow Yeti keep your promises to ual exclaimed Dorothy J The I4on thought it inlght beas fwelixto frighten tho WJfarit soj he gavea large loud roar which was so flerao and dreadful that Tote jumped awgrfrom film in alarm and Upped ote thoacreetbatstood 1na corner crash they looked thataylanditheinextmomentullottl spotlheman with bald head and a wrinkled facewke seemed to bilaJ much Ur prlBediasthey were Thu Tln Woodman raising hIs axr rushed toward the little man and cried put NVho are you VMI am bW the Great and Terrible said the little man in trembilng voIce but dont strike mepleas- edotttand Ill do anything you want me to lIurriMa1 ought de was a greet Head iDarothy loveJyLaci1 tdrribleBAnd 1 thought Oz was a flail of Fire exclaimed the LIon tN you are aU wrong said the little BanV nieekly fI have been ma kisgbelleve Making believe cried Dorothy Arei ypu nut a great St r ttP r t 5ri4 Jlfi if j ittJ it i5l f r 1 i 1 JHush nqj dcnr boaldI Vt speak so bid or you will be over heardand should be mined Im supposed tone a great Wiza- rdAn4rt yon she asked Not a bit of It my dear Im Just a common man YQure more han that said the Scarecrow in a grieved tone youre a humbug Exactly fo declared tho little man rubbing his hands together as I It pleased him lam a humbug But this is terrible said the Tin Woodman how shall I ever got m P heartSOr I my courage asked the Lion Or I my brains walled the Scarecrow wiping the tears from his eyes with his coatsleev My dear friends said Oz I pray you not to speak of these little thingsr Think of me and the ter Im in at being found out- Doesnttnny one else know youre 0 a humbug asked Dorothy knows It but you and myself replied Oz I have fooled every ono long that I thought I should never be found out It was a great mistake my ever letting you Into the throne room Usually I will not see oven my subjects and so they be lieve I am something terrible But I dont understand said Doro thy In bewilderment How was it that you appeared to me as a great HeadThat was one of my tricks an swered Oz Step this way please and I will tell you all about it He led the way to a small chamber andtheyone corner in whjch lay tho Great Head made out of many thlcknesse of paper and with a carefully paints faceThis I hung from the ceiling by wire said Oz I stood behind the screen and pulled a thread to make the openDulhowabout In quired I Oh I ala ventriloquist said the little man and I can throw the sound of my voice wherever I wJshso that you thought it was coming out of the Head Here are the other things I used to deceive you He showed the ta One Else Know Youre a tIjust i and l a a a Wizard r four a Scarecrow the cre sndthe mask he h elwcnnJ hen Be seemed to behe dF1sawing but a lot of skins sewn together with slats to keep their sides out As for the Ball bt Fire the false Wizard celUQItwhen oi was poured upon It the ball burned fiercely Really said the Scarecrow you torbelngsuchahUmbug 01 amI certolniy am answered the llltle man sorrowfully but it was the only thing I could doSit otcJia1rswhilehefuJdtheJollowhig 1was born in Omaha Why that Isnt very far from Kaa aas cried Dorothy rfromberelra feUhalheasLHensToto Bricked up his ears and looked eyerywherfr fuseS where she was tttra time11 cpntlnuea Ozitiredof tHatiiand became a balloonist WhatlsthaUaskedD rothy uA man who goes up in a balloon on clfcua lay so as to draw a crowd themtopatOhto said 1 know fWei one day I went up In a bal loon and tho ropes gpt twisted l so that I couldnt Jome1 down again Itwent way up above the clouds so far that a current of air struck it and carried it many many miles ayi For a day and a night I traveled through the air anil on the mlprftlng toinctUjand beautiful country TPDE cqur- Biggest Notes Worst Colds One thing I have noflded said th car and Doe specialist Is that peo pIe wUh the biggest noses have tbworst colds Iithe llBd I dont know whleblscausean which is effect Whether the nose Is ig because a suc cession of severe colds has extend ui the cartilage or whether the colds are heavy because the floso affords SUOB lhtnllaIDprevailsS 7 r1t 0It i a isM T I tit i UNIONISTS GAIN OVER LIBERALS The Latter However Will Remain In Control of the British Parliament conSI London The lection returns tlnue to show loss p for the Liberals yet they will be enabled to form the next government iisurelynot for the popular clamor against the power of the press Vrhlch was the main Issue of the campaign following the ropcctlon by tho house of lords of the budget passed by thohouze of commons Tho greatest animation prevails at tho clubs and of pol iticians and results were excitedly discussed from every pont Although both sides pieserve a san ththated hope that their parjy will form theydaremajority will be rip fedqced In tho next parliament as to place the Lib erals at the mercy of the Nationalists dBalfoursaid that tho great political Issues now in question would not be settled by one general election and perhaps trot by two Clearly the expremler ac curately measured the situation and the hopes of the tariff reformers musInow be centered upon some general electionIAn culatlon by a wellinformed Unionist give the Liberals and Laborites a clear majority of 90 or 100 over all parties which would provide the Lib era government with a good working majority t Many of the Unionists however are less despondent They do not be Ueve that the Liberals will finish the election with so good a record as this NATIONAL BANK CLOSES DOORS Alleged Dad Loans Cause of Failure of Citizens National Bank ofwEvanxvllle Evansville ind The t ctionaltbeendtheHthofront door ot the bank mtheinvestigation of its affairs It is the opinion of the directors that the de depositors will be paid in fulL The affairs of the bank are now in the hands of J C Johnson a national bank examiner The closing of the bank Is the result of an Investigation of the loans made by the bank by Expjnlner Johnson who went over tho banks record aev eral days ago It Is understood that the examiner found that th b nk had mad 0 several bad loans of long standing and of such an amount as to impair the capItaLvot the lank It is expected that Jtha sHareholdors willbe assessed hI ly iutitlsafl3t heknJliU6ii of nose coiinected wita the bank that the depositors will bo paid in run MANY TOWNS IN DANGER 1 Backwater frarn Gorge In Ohio River Threatens Widespread Destruction Evansville IndWldci3preadde struction from the ice and flood ot ttie Ohio river Is imlnent at Leaven worth lad a few miles above here Appeals have tieen sent hero from the alarmed city asking assistance in dynamiting the huge Wolf creek gorge which Is holding back the water and threatening inundation of the town v The citizens of the town will appeal to Gov Marshall of Indiana and GOT Wllls9n9KentuClt1 asklne them to provide for the relief of the situ- ie a tion out of Uio emergency funds of U tv o statesSQreat alarm also at Alt In tandand other points between Louisville arid Evansville h tlugover the waterfront of the town Eh5havingwater and the buildings along the river frontage ground down by gigan tic cakes of Ice some of which stand 20 feet above the icecovered surface of the river Some of the nm11l 3 In Leavenworth living on the dyer front moved out Bio Land Acreage for Unemployed St Louis Mo George M Jackson of Piggolt Ark announced that he will give 4000 acres of rich bottom land near Piggott vnlue lbyhlmat S OOln creto the unemployed of the United StatadtFireman Meets Death Ina ColUson quolnlIlSt LouisMemphis pas train No 208 collided with gine 822 instantly illling C EEl Kitchen of East SL Louis fireman and painfully injuring Engineer Pope and tour passengers Cleveland O Cleveland women phyaicians have accepted an offer from John D Bockefeller to build a wom ens ann childrens medical and surg ical dispensary A condition of the gift Is that the doctors raise a 25000 endowment fund Dayton KyW H Green tate In spector of labor was in this city and Bellevue relative to tbe enforcement of the child labor law He has Inau guratcd a vlgoroufa campaign against all persons who eairloy children under 14 years of age It If 1t t 7 Jf i T 4 Yh rS U toFFICESE6IRS NOT SATISFIED Think President Does Not Pay Sufficient Attention to Rec ommendations oJ RELIES ON OWN JUDGMENT In the Matter of Making Appointdi menta U Hat Come toBe stood That Hi Wtil Make His Own Selectlonsr Washington Some of the senator and representatives in congress bayremore than hinted to President at if ho cts t nrm thendedought to give more attention to the officeseeking demands of tho law makers demands made on the behali of others There are many Democrats in congress who say that the presi ent Is very much like President In the matter of dispensing patronage Mr Cleveland is dead and naturally nothing but good is said of him but there aije Democratic officials still In Washington who served here in the Cleveland times and they have sharp memories of officeseeking difficulties that they are ready to de clare are just like the difficulties which the Republican representatives and senators are meeting today It is now an assured fact that Pres- entd Taft Intends to be an absolute law unto himself in the matter of fill ing court vacancies and this does not apply simply to vacant positions on the bench but to officers of the courts and to prosecuting attorneys The president feels that his long expert cnco In law courts and especially his experience on the bench ought to give him at least as clear an idea of the fitness of men to servethe country as Is given others who never sat on a bench and perhaps never practiced law Notable Cues in Point There have been severn cases In hich the recommendation of senators havo run counter to the judgment of e president and In the main thesethc have had direct connection with ourt appointments 1thecase of he Eastern district of Missouri where was a vacancy in the office of he United States attorney the present declined to act in anything like he hurry that he Was asked to act e went Into the pros and cons of the atters diligently and sifted We facts for and against the two candidates ost prominently mentioned and be this irrespective of the fact that onejbf the candidates bad the endorse t of the only Republican senator from the state of Missouri and the endorsement as well of the strong Re publican organization of tie city of st Louis ftDemocrat5The Democrats is congress being in the minority of course do not expect to get much patronage froth the White uBebutUa matter of admitted fact they have been shown a good deal of cpwlderatloh by the admihlstra tlon In appointmqnt matters There were B mbllcansVf thought that glventheUk Hii sty Inatead f this the pro appoiftted Judge Horace H Lu Tennes ee a for men cbniedergjp iler and a lifelong irUe JudgeLurton a name was reportedTuvoraWjjJfrom the senate committee to the whole senate the honor of1DakngtheJ was given to a Democratic senator Mr Bacon of Georgia Many Lawmakers Dligruntletf Another Grover Cleveland featurehe ot the Taft administration f founddents message to Congress December Gln which he urgently recommended that a law be passed requiring that candidates in eJecUona of members of the house of represeniaUves andcom mlttees In charge of their campaign should make a return to the United States government of all the expenses that they Incurred during the cam palgn for election Thla has been taken to mean that the president wants to secure purity of the ballot in all federa elections and it is in line with what is Laid to be his determina ion to appoint only fit men to office Trouble may come to Mr Taft be cause of his refusal to listen to the pleas of the senators and representa ives to give pieferenfee tothelr candi ates for office The disappointed ones maY seek to obstruct some of the leg Islation that the president desires to have passed Civil Service Investigation There is every Indication that tho United States senate will sanction the resolution introduced by Senator BO- mb of Idaho authorizing the investi gation of the whole system of civil service of ihfl United States govern Customs of the Ml jus Curious customs are noted among the Mijus a littleknown Asiatic race by IWexpJorer who wrltes Thougb- Uvlngon the borders ot Thibet no race of Buddhism is found among them Their religion is animistic and consists in the propltatlon of the vat i ous spirits to whom sickness failure ot crops and such like calamities are attributed The propitiation takes the form usually of the sacrifice of a fowl or a pig a small portion being set aside for the spirit the rest going down the throats of the offerer and his family The Mijus bury their dead In a suitable spot near the house the same traveler continues A child Is burled at once but the corpse of an adult Is kept In the house from two to four days The length of time Intervening between death and burial do pends on the wealth of the deceased the wealthier the man the longer the period A month op so after burial when the deceased relatives have had time to prepare for it a feast is given to tAvlllnlleTho grave is then opened b f k i r j J t z JJt11 t ent The scnat is been brought an Investigating ate of mind utter good deal of preajtte from outside a many trials ane ibulations that have met the senat themselves The Borah resolution It In the hand of the senate omm e on civil sony ice of which Senior Cummins of Iowa Is the chairman The resolution has a majority In tne committee fa vorable to Its provisions and when 11 withanseems to be llttlet doubt that It will pass without much difficulty The changes that may come In the method of promotions of minor fed eral office holders as a result of the senate investigation are likely to be great service In betterpr4kM23i tion of faithful employes of the gov ernment whose merits have beer in order that political fa b theentigardleqssenators of have motnepointments but when it comes to a question of promotions under the civil s oervIceq touiesceSpirit of Law Violated It has been said before that ttla President Taftg desire that the spirit of civil service shall prevail in all departments Thousands upon thou stands of men and women are appoint ed every year to minor offices under the rules of the civil service but when they once secure their positions they have found to their sorrow in manIinstances that merit zooms to eoun for little when the question ofad vancement comes up Not long ago Senator William Aides S d SressedIn the course of which he declared that of in the d cepartmentsIng more nor less than petty tyrants pforomotlonandwhothose whom they personally liked while keeping back faithful men and women who bad worked hard but had not sought to curry favor It must be borne in mind that the senate investigation ofthecvllerv hayetomotions The law does not speciflcal vly make provision for the advance ment of the men and women from one grade to another as a result of I w thorkthat merit would prevail but in thls thought little consideration has been given to the frailties of human nature as they show themselves in men who for a brief period have been given an thority Bureau Chief to Blame iscomplaIntbureau chiefs will recommend for pro motion a clerk who happens to belong to the same lodge that he does or who attends the same church with him or Is willing to show him favor because their wives happen to be niends IB some of the cases the ptdmotioa of favorite work hardship oaa more eservh g one who ie kept at hls01- ddeskandathlsoJdpayIn a cease this la demoralizing and the senate thinks that It should be stopped It may be thmt as a result ot the la yestigation a law may be suggested for adoption wTilchwJll give old go ernment clerks a chance to retire bn pensions Congress does not like the prospect Jf a clvfi pension Jlst batite autkor Ized the government w Uld avtmOo ey and at the same Unie Increase the amount of daily work that la done wortbymeaanddOa days work but who because of their long and faithful service are al owed to remain at their desks and draw their 1YTotUr them out would In many cases mean suffering ind hardship and possibly the poor house This Is a great problem and ngree1lfMPresident Becoming Earnest Members of both parties In Wash ingtdn say that the president has become more forcible In his Intercourse with the leaders of his party than he cTheys ion was on In congress Mr Taft mad 0 up his mind to reverse the Roosevelt method and to with the sena totS mrepreseBt tlves rather than to threaten them with the pig itlck It is also intimated that tile president annrertunethoes an afflrflatlTe answer The belief Is that tid pre went holds that unless his party car 1daionilatthisrangemenU and definite promises to Carry them all In the near future his party may lose control of the bozse next November This is one of the chief reasons why the president Is so anxious to know whether the lead ers are going to stand true to their pledges or are to comply with them only In partsCLINTON and the remains are burnt the ashes being left untouched Deadly Weapon of Warfare A new appliance for a gun to en able the soldiers to take aim at great distances in complete darkness is be ing experimented with in Germany The inventor is an engineer of Dort mund named Issel A telescopic smaJielec1trlcthe stock Military authorities are said to have made successful trials and all shots took effect Some years ago this idea was introduced into a novel In which France defeated OPr imany In a great wartFloating Dock for Brazil The Brazilian government has shIpbuildIng bIgDreadMughtsin that country The dock is to be one of the largest It not the largest of Its wlllhaveaUft1Ingcapaclty constructed in 11 months at a cow oi 913500 Popular Mecbanlc tJ ufi tYIp i t 4 i t t SSE 1 2r1 vti t N WS OF THE SIIU d J 1 IS ummaryofMattersofSpecialInterest i 1ir CONDENSED FOR BUSY PEOPLE t- TRUST PROPOSED BY LAWSON l ITo Manufacture and Market Tobacco g k Now In Pool and Likewise Fu ture Crops lifi fjo Lexington KyThomas W Lawson iJIBS proposed to President Clarence Lebus and the executive committee of Jr1e Burley Tobacco Society the organ i ation of A Peoples Treat a ganic company ot growers onsumers of tobacco In America to 4 4anufacture and market the tobacco ow in pool and likewise to Candle vtuturp crops grown in Kentucky In other words he proposes that Instead r f further to sell the tobacco the AmeriCan Tobacco Co a trust of the people and for the people Tto organized to undersell the product off r the present trust This proposal wfa r made by the Boston financlej at hSs meeting with President Lebus and the J executive committee pt the Biqley sO tdety fj BOOMS IURSTSi n the Cumberland and Thousands of Lbgs Areftc + 1 iIS Lexington KyAxt from Stearns Is to the effect that the ooof i boome In the Cambertand river be of the uncoHmipnly high tide 4 he mammotwaiilbaLStearns It J IssaldwUl be shut down for about ur months beci pttrfe floatlnff waya of the logsiany of ylichaT9 q rbeing caught JriLb Opis at Burnside end will be sold oy the Stearns ILum ber Co to the mills at that point KLLEDBY BLACK DAMP rOnellery Fire Near Bafbouravf lie V J Barbpuravflle KyTbo body of an unidentified white man was taken from 1n e burning colliery of Utevlnterstato i Coail Co He had been overcome by black damp Three hundred inlneis under the direction of government ex X ports have been fighting the fire in the iblg colliery without success Tunrnels will bo dug ixbchindtho blazing i irrportions as a last resort The plant t t the largest in Eastern Kentucky Sj t fthe loss Is already heaVy r j fJi l tGUN FJ RED INTO CROWOf j Of 13 Youna MenandWomen on7kr Way to Church ijpJAugustalcyAt Brookavilie Chas 3albghr flrp4 a doubierbirrele4ih6 t4l14q- un Jg a 5ciowci of 13 qu1Jt en I q women on theirwayt ohnrcls1 1lmSSC9nd outolheis AS the crowd 4 lr this house some o eiiled- erh go Gallagher arid V wJth the double 7 iJ terstmgKentuck1t isJ l y r CatlettsLii KyA jurir a quttt1 Jack PrCiitonla charge of slaingConL doctor JraakBlevins lk r r WsbIngthn J CThe oP wlriJf 1 Kentucky postmasters were a i cd Bllucoe Washington countyLtlhi Edelen BruShy Green lU1ty ThcsJ1 J HashS i LouIsville KyAcccmpanied bya y Jphysi ian CoL John H WhaHen local dep1CK11lUcj1eader was brought homo y III train Frankfort where he had been i attending the legisiatlve session Wlhchest frky7 Theodore Johnson k olored who rubbed the store and de Ot at Pine Grove two years agOjiancV 7 was sentenced ib the penitentiary at 3 Frankfqrt and then escaped fas arrested in New Jersey for robbing a iipostofnce and will be returned to Frankfort to serve out his term S Frankfort Ky The State Federa jt ion of Labor 1tr Alllngton irresldcnt JObnSchnelderIsalaliHu 1We F W Mclllvalne T J JDonawa v Dominick Martin Vice presidents 1 Max Trout secretarytreasurer The fassociation will meet In Lexington on f the second Monday In January 1911 1 7jh Frankfort Ky Money won arid lost I n a bucketshop transaction or when t bet t margins can not be collected In Kentucky is the opinion of the sp R17Jiij pellate court UiaiHrinIns the judgment the case of the Williams Commla l+ lon Co8 assignee against W A Slur ley and G W ShlreySi fLexington KYTho winter poultry j and pigeon show of tho Blue Grass jvPoultry and Pet Stock association opened here with 692 exhibits A state 4 poultry association similar to that of Missouri will be formed Poultry reeders from all parts of the state x are here r RIchmond KyCapt W 1T Short L of this city and Deputy Marshal May Iniackson i three prisonersBrowDFeJdsAJlrel jesf IcConrad and Alfred Raider itiLouisville Ky Mrsi Goldie Mcln jyre who disappeared front her home t 1 recently was found In a hospital V In this city k tiny baby which site claimed was her own lay by her sMe According tothO police the woman has a mania for claiming ownership ri of other peoples babies t4Bowling Green Ky John E Du E iDose of the firm of Slcg DuBOsef t Redes attorneys fcr the Louisville l jf WJNashville Railroad Co and one of Ibo jldet and bestknown attorneys at i this bar led of pa1ysI t tt f 1j h j ft I 1 4 tC1 re te f jJ jlO tL t t tJI i A SS 1 A rtft t d e 1r c01t A4m 1 fii m OWrnligVILLE OUTLO1 t PUBLISHED WEEKLY P TiWltfGSVILLE KY t sVit KGQrigress at the Owinpsville Ky P stofflce as secondclass f matter TiOUTLOoKS subscription iItrates are as follows jQne year One Dollar months Centst V3IA Sixty Three nionthsThirtyfive Cents I fIt No commissions allowed body on subscriptions anyh l S Subscribers desiring a change k41 of address should give previous i address when writing- S Correspondents should rI4Jthan Monday if possible when out of stationery mention it on a paperHews inter r est is welcomed bring it to us J 4 wthott delay if you wish it in a xrteA 4 t J Advertisers wishing a change or discontinuance of ad should t r inform us the week previous to 9 publication day Address all communications to t JOHN W HdNAKER Owingsville Ky t c THURSDAY JAN 20 1910 JO j 1 tf CORRESPONDENCE ri1i cor spohdents ilUST get their v if kemto us Monday if they ex hi r peeL themto be printed And z please remember that visits De tween neighbors are not news q fy7 c c i OkiatDavid Hen nx of as t or I rf visited his mother Mrs Sarah 4 17 Hendrix last week i Sf I f JP Colliver and sister Miss I Addie of Hale Mo came in last t J i week fora visit with relatives fi itl Mike Gray who fell and broke 4 SL his leg some weeks ago is not 5i improving anyJl Elmer o a l Pebble visited the jatters par fa ents John Daugherty and wife several days last week I Nearly all of the farmers are gpf have delivere prices ranging I idron 12to 14c iht4e V I l iiMoor 8Feriv i T eTrefwas a big tide in Licking damYcc so tn Purvis who flad his leg 4qed acme timeago isget 1lIciIy v s till improving t j j rs Jr o Ji j at LickSundaya jLXrand Mrs T It Pierce vis i r4athi at Olympia feyp IJ GytH utweekL f t Il gsare e1ling hereat ten r 4 cents per pound i r Mrs Alice Sndegar continue S about the Mme her mind not get dI tihy any better la I Itis reported that a bear pass r ed thl1rougiPolksvdlelast Friday c 4 if ii Pebble I Severalrem here attended the t t r MontgOmery County Court at Mt t Sterling Monday t Elmer Maddpx was Very sick r 1 1ut i better t Kirby little son of Chas Horn i I f S been iiticallyill 4 P J for the past week r i Mrs Eliza Hendrixi visited J HendriJCSundayIv 4 of Okla i visitedhersonjEStewartSur I d yo 0J der on sey ral days last week I- fiij A C H ndrixhad a valuable t family his neck t e1j Ir dayJst week tI f A C Hendrix bought a horse It iofChlirli Dayi forFI75j t A Wyoming t 1 L III JJaiCGregory and Geo Bradley aiIcx h n hogs of Roe Boyd f- ctit EHlteborb at 1Opr hundred iliie young folks enjoyed a lIelgl1 Wedniiay night iip14 t L IT1Ppt I iI GaergeBradky1 bought a cow t + Lc pffJimes Rodgeru for 451 tfi fr y Bnice Shectegac sdlda Jryearr 3 1 old mute to eff L Atchison f r 1S1A1r l J Z J I t 1 ofJohnLVieefor45 Cornelius Robertsboughta cow Jf i i Ollie Van andingiuim is veVy tLat IT tuW h u1 ffJJathe8iwdegr aold hi era qDugl1rtril l- bt rn Anna Barller returned sIstern43p 011 l rr il b1 i jJ t f l toit t y r tfi +ScS tJ I1 i 1r J4 iQ 4 z 4tttif i i r i i j J J1t lj J t p 1 4 I Jr f iiI rst I Jif tt l tt tt1 t s q t 3 fA r rc f lTj1 J 1 IJn yl 10 t i1 l =4 r Gjranvrcuy J HvCollivf attended Court rrondayI Blanca Colorado camd Sunday to visit iher grandfathdr Newton John fjIR a horse- f OorS0Lewis Ratliff visited Dr A W OwingsilleSaturday Newton Johnson was in Cin i cinnati last Weeka MilIe fter spending some days with er father W M Estill Carlos Colliver was in Flem ingsburg Saturday Misses Annie and Mary Gray J Tu sday of last week liter a visitto their brother Wai ter Gray atWilliamsburg Ohio Miss Elizabeth Bradley enter tained a number of young folks Saturday night Odessa 1dsIsee him looking so well M L Jones and tenant Lee Wilson deliverd their tobacco to Mt Sterling partieslast week at 14c Also Jones and tenant John Rid d P hartyWm Wilsons house on H M t fheThere was no one at home but Mrs Wilson and two little children She fought the fire until almost exhaustedwhen Walter Anderson along and assisted in extinguishing the flames Jbigq fuently0f little interest Messrs Stephens Anderson and families failed to get oft to xpectedv Crooks Mrs Will Satterfield and Mrs StarlingJUesday Sam Lathram shipped a car load of cattle Wednesday i Miss Emma Costigan of gomerycorinty visited here las week D S Nixon is visiting his daughter Mrs Dave Gilbert at Midland ingtbacco tterbeingMrs Clark Shult visit I her niece Mrs DjblcWeedonpmMt Sterling VisitingrelRiE Wood sold his small farm neighborhood Dirt roads are almost impass able agenera15tStepstone spentfromfriends at Olympia Mrs Etta Turley has moved to vacatedby ViSiteherrliIiglastElmer Karrick bought a cow of Dan Blevins for 2750 Misses May Blevins Effie Qui enberry and May Ragan spent withfriendsFA McQuithy spent Sunday withhisson John at Howards Mill Mrs C B Reid has been very sick but is some better now Miss Ethel Utterback who has been sick for some time is doing no good AlexKarrickhas rented from Luther Bittinger again this year came40ritement at Slate Valley Misses Sarah and Millie Carmi chael were in Mt Sterling Wed nesday shopping Miss Ethel Turley visited Miss Sterling1astMonday Slate Valley- i 1Clarencehis crop of 4000 pounds of bacco raised on Frank Allen farm to J M Richart at 13c pound Wm Wright delivered his part of the tobacco raised by Sam Con yers to Sned gar Bros at4c a pound Mrs Dee Rudder visited her patehte A K Coyle and wife on prickly Ash Sunday ii 5 e 3 3tp0VS b j ti f b i 1 Robt Srtpi it and llin Emy NewEngidTelephone raISam C rheumatism Sams neighbors all sorry to learn of his mis Mrs Tvlosc Fitzpatrick of near grjCoyleI Roes Run is days with his chndoWellsthe near future inIMiss Lillian Shrout paid her n bgarschool Stoops greatlyimproved All tie sick people continue to improve E A Groves visited his daugh ter Mrs Thos Caudill at Stanton last week For several days the roads have been covered with ice almostsuspending traffic JudyhasayatheLOwingsville last weekdTom Crockett and family will move into the house to be vacated by Clell FoleytMiss Quisenberry closed a very successful term of school riday with a grand treat to all he pupils As work days are near the small is aw fiulM O Cockrell sold a fine cow to M C Foley for 65 Bert Saunders went Saturday to visit relatives at Poplar Plains Cynthianahave big bill of lumber for Byrd Fas sett and T N Coons Kbill is before the Legislature cigarttese P j1tjyouvaVe spfto first remove thecausee Roy Byrd and L H Fassett relativesinof Sharpsbu rgt IROYMCClain t will move thi week to Bourbon county John and Tommie Beasley ofr i fr liotYisitgoods ize d craw nded O v IiE most instances ng was spir mulesbrought yearoldHighlandGay1 550pounheifers350 r perbarrelSalt LicklrryiillocateDr B Cornelison was at Louis ville last week visitinghis brother Ashlandare ThursdayOUTLOOK readers with a big one dollar bill The new Town Council will pass on some very important oidinan meetingFebruary All you orresP6ndents Come SalLickIi news items from each of ev ery weekvJburgto Kendalls Spring where heawill teach a singing class ttieSorrellSquire Thomas Young ofJale essFndaye in Owingsville on official business freadymatrimony OOSoldiertoThe Town Board will see to repairing of the side walks at once l LShereFrank Robinson ofMorehead Jlling Wednesday logjobLexingtonlast atIL rt JI1f I illli Ill h 1 t J If 5 f L r= J 1 Prof Cecil Evans has moved to Huntington whele he haa a pcsi tion as motorman on a street car- line Miss Liddie Shouse is on the sick list It L Myers has bought sever fal iicarloadspast few days Most of ifi was in the riv r bottoms Jas T Goodpster has improved from his illness 0 C Ellington is going to buy property herin order that his ildren may get the benefit of ur graded school Miss Anna Daugherty has re tiJw was very somewhat better Rev Von of Russell who has tiIWill A Young of Morehead was here Wednesday on business Ben Dickerson who came homesick a few days ago returned to his work at Lexington last Wednesday Nothing Was the Matttr A newsboy i Uucw said u yachts ICiiicabin boy on u trump collier lie W LSa a 001 boy but Oufo wbuii our white sciundron was at Xewiiort this collier steamed la her slo way shortward with her LiislKH unsldc down the Hlguiil of dls tre s distress ol the direst Instantly luvtty sight V3 to be seen Every w 11kIl lu the fleet lowered ti lifeboat and all of those snowy boats by jacklVs lu Bjxjtlcssi whltp uk raced for tho grimy old collier at breakneck ICdn pretty sight In deed The captain of the collier stood n the bridge lie waved lila hat and he crews pulled all the faster Vs they drew close they beaN the man Sacries Come ou ruin Get down to Itr Oe roared dancing about wildly Whats the matter captain the rst officer to reach the collier asked breathlessly Why nothings the matter the captain answered In a surprised voice Then whys your ensign upside d owuT The captain looked aloft then frowned ItK that boy flank npnln saM he And here I thought It was a regatta It Light and Dark Cigars A striking exampleAof the onlinary smokers Ipnorance on the subject of su okes Is the iwpularSuperstltloh that dark looking cIgar Is stronger than n ghter colored one i ozue strong cigni rat irvedoes not by any means Indf nte a stronp cIgar Dark gummy to baccol thurotfghly cured Is the mild- cst form Of course It lark tobacco is not thoroughly cured it will bo strong butso will light fobacco for that matter Any man will bet you that the dark color ia usually though not JStimes out of ten than the hUed l beafm lanufactureruit cigars that be uses exnellY same bleud of filler In both and that the wrapper only constitutes n mail frnctIoun1part or the cigar It j3 j1V Rliado of the yrnppcr has itflIe roo wTnft1rp strength of the clgar Ask the denier for a strouR cigar lie hands out n d ark one uud the lmaalnatlon docs the rest Harpers Weekly How Spiders Updresi It toIsw idatcho ornetime taken up by waiting for the known generally speaking event to tne place When t eorf botllmlnary arrangements by fastening himself by n shprC threat ot web to ont of the main lines uf his snare this to hold him firmly while he proceeds to undress First the skin cracks nil round the thorax l ejng held only by the fore part Xcst the lower part of the body Is uncovered and then comes the struggle to free the legs ne works and Kicks vigorously seeming to have a very hard time of It FIf teen minutes of continued pcrsever nnce however brings him out of his old dress the struggle causing him to nppchrUmn nnd lifeless for some time after It is finished Just Pleasantness Perhaps Just pleasantness has not n ery hcroie sound hut the human eart that knowing its own bitterness an yet carry itself cheerfully Is not WithoutIerolstn Indeed if that hu ma heart does no more than hold Its tongue about its own aches and pnlns it has a certain moral value that the world cannot afford to lose Fleas nntness iDeS not sound as well as splrltuallIt3words And certainly just to start ones husband out to his work cheer lly to make the hobbledehoy of n son eel a gentler and sweeter sentiment women because of his own mothers soind sweet gnyety nnd strength to help ones servants to put good humor and friendliness Into thel- rscnIccstbese things make for right eousness in the world Slargaret Do audit Didnt Work Out Jut Right I saw the best of luteiitlpus become a veritable boomerang on Broadway thcother night A policeman had ar for some snail disturbance two en dressed men who had evidently bad too much but were facing the In evitable trip to the station without any further fuss A friend saw their plight and rushed up Officer ho piped In a peculfarly of femlnnte voice I beg that you will not arrest these men Why they are no more druuk than I am Ob very wellsaid the coprnt- nke yon too And be did =Ndw VorkTelesraph 7 I IS llClS wt 1 Cl Wj 4 jf JI y t p It H t i Championing the Wprm Xincldent that occurri vSOU1C years ago luring u session o tim British parliament furnished all amusing 11 Jbringmitit often fails to ucconlnllnb Thorw hn l lieiii IntmUueed a bill doBtliitd to prevent cruelty to wild iili iu captivity It was opposed on I ground that If pussiil It would endanger certain Iduds of legitimate lortLhe gravely admitted the force of this a rgumentCthat the lilt would put an end to fish Ing with worms as bait It is a bill to prevent cruelty to wild animals in c DlieTJbeonk must certainly be held to bo In ttllthIt therefore tie angler houses n IJve worm fur bolt would be guilty of cruelty to nu animal In cap The laugh that followed at the ex t Theand curried the measure to a sue cessfnl Issue Cincinnati Commercial Tribune Sun Cooking Sun cooking roastlnxand boiling by snullght Instead of by coal or pas has been going on for 300 years There arc sun toes that roast a sirloin or boll SOUl to perfection They are only used however by scientists A sun stove consists mainly of n mirror n spherical mirror on n Joint There Is nlsp a reflector The place for pot or plate Is EO situated that the mirrors rays can be focused on it accurately A German Baron Tcherhauscn was the first sun cook lIe began in ICS7 to boll water and in 1088 be had very good success in Iwlllng eggs Sir John llcrschel rind ButTon are other famous names nssociatdd with suit cooking In California various sun cooks have boiled a gallon of water in twenty minutes roasted meat in two hours nd poached eggs In fifteen minutes quite as good time as the ordinary flro makes An odd thing about meat roasted by sun rays Is that it has an unpleasant taste This is avoided by the Insertion of n plate of yellow glass between the meat and mirror I Inil solar stoves the sleet of yellow glass figures Lon don TitBits One Sided Gambling Ono need only to tryhl luck nt any of the Riviera gambling palaces to earn how slender arc the chances to win nt roulette says n German corre spondent writing from Ostend nut If he would experience the gamblers disadvantage at ItslJestlet him como to Osteud and Join the baccarat play ers The jnme as 1tls jtlnyed gives man who places his money against the bank no chance whatever ntd If 1r were known how much money Is sac- rlflced iu a season in the endeavor t tIn by fuck and bysystem the public would be horrified It is nothing un usual for the bank to win twentyfour times before an outsider wins once Tlid people lio playirthey lmvc ver PaJcd before Know this and still they unttbtybaccarat mlio in the hope that It wUl enr It docs But what Is the brfrvest If A Shcked Scot 4 rIie London Chronicle says that two Ksglishmeu recently touring In Scot land found that SnlJbnDrlnnlsmoccn d iinlly extends to middle of the wpck They vtifcTpfcfibrby the vnth- cf to take refuge In 4 smnlftOiMtn hotel and utter lunch dJournedto the billiard room to kill time until the rain Stopped The game had hardly started iverytrunkenItors for their unsepmly conduct and insisted on their leaving the billiard room They received profdse apologies trait the landlady her husband always got drunk on Sundays she explained but mistaking tho day he aSh got drunk on Thursday instead and from force of habit believing It us Sunday had been shocked at the tllck of tho billiard balls Rebuked the Bihop The iJishop of Potersbur England is a great motorist uutlls also a stanch teetotaler and theieby hangs a tale On one occasion While out in his car the chauffeur ran short of petrol and applied at va public house for some more The publican came outnnd seeing the bishop in lila episcopal dress in the car said Yes Ive got plenty of petrol but 1 dont cell it to the likes of tb m what never buys my beer- Makirj Herself at Home Last summer fiveyearold Lolas aunt came to spend a week with them Now flinty said Lola you must make yourself at home How can I do that dear queried hernuutWynnswered Lola you can pitch in and hefp mamma workChi casoXews The Finisher Lawyer What Is your occupation WitnessIm a piano finisher Law erne n little snore definite Do you polish them or move them Boston Transcript The Gossip Kelt Shes nn awful gossip She Jells everything she hears Belle Oh the tells snore than that Philadelphia tlecord Do not make unjust gains They are equaL to a loss Hesiod Cabbage Leave- sWlggWbat kind of cigars does Closefist smok- eWnggwell when you Ilghtone ot them you instinctively look around for tho corned beef Exchange Strictly Business Who presented the count to you asked the privileged friend Xo one answered the heiress I bought him Llpplncotfs Subscribe for TIE OUTLOOK r Y dc J 1 i i r 1J r Ii t t t41 f I z CONDITIOdtf J 1Jtank doing business at town of Owingsville countyt Sttof Kentuckya the close of business on th day ot eCeflib r t1 I i RESOURCES p oans and Discounts with one or there j endorsers as surety iLlO6856eal Estate Mortgages I t rall Loans on CollateralJ tTime Loans on Collateral tU S Bondst eqOther 4Y 4233655iue 4 c7 from Trust wUnitedStatesandNationIBnkNotcs318900 l ii f specie 87948 t tEOverdrafts secured and unsecured 1016685r i i Overdrafts unsecured H axesIExpenses Paid 73305 Charged off j Real Estate Banking House 20094MOther Real Estate Furniture and Fixtures 113396Other Assets 1 hnot included under any of above heads 1 of i I 2II4 TOTAL 17255464 itZt 4 LIABILITIES nCapital Stock paid in in cash 3000000Surplus Funds 82137Undivided Profits Interest account 7 569008 yFund to pay taxes x 1 1jDeposits subject to checkon which Interest IS not paid J 11646066Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid Demand certificates of Deposits on Ikgwhich interest is Time Certificates 4of Deposits on I interest IS paid Jt 14610 93c i1ISavings Deposits on which interest iir T l j t Certified Checks 100000 In Deposits Due NatIonal Banks t I IDue State Banks and Bankers z Zts6O r I Due Trust Companies d II l tICashiers Checks outstanding rvNotes and Bills rediscounted t f 1 Dividends t r 54 1Taxes due and unpaidf I h s tBills payable O I i Amount of unclaimed on hand I J t OthcrLiabihtiesnotmcludedunderany o ea OV f 1T T OTALy172554Sl 1 STATE OF KENTUCKY V vxv i fsct County of Bath oJI T H Brown Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly 1fi It swearthat the above statement is true to the bestof myk tand belief T H BROWN Cashier 4 I Subscribed arid sworn to before me this 7th day fJanuarY1910pMy Commission expires Feb 15 1910 HI C LL vi Notary Public i M RICHART H C GUDGELL ISAAC SHOUSE Directors IJot k- JOBPRINTING l t 2 Why not have TilE OUTiOKcJyqurpY tWe can do it as well and as cheapIyas 1 1 k fthave it done elsewhere quantity and qua sideredL i IW 0 Run over this list and ee if there isnt sot 1 1Iityo fe d ll Letterheads J Noteheads J IBillheads Statements 1 i Pamphlets Receipts PjL iiBlank Forms of all kinds iWe have both rag and bond or writing parr vand unruled for typewriter and envelopes We put tingpapers in tabletswi blotting paper coyer if so S suchdeedsAddress THE OUTLOOK OWINGSVILLE KY t TO OU fLOOK SUBSCRIBERS I k The U Postibffice Department expects all newspapers to quire subscriptions PAID IN ADVANCE The general price of one dollar per year for country weeklies was originally made in consideration of its being paid in advance It ostsnorenoyto t make a newspaper than it did when thepnice of one dollarwu fixed It 4s not profitable to the publisher to take i that price if not paid in advance So every consideration maketf it urgent that you keep your subscription paid ahead l IItseems as though every wo must have a pet If she cant get a man she must have a cat or a dog Many a woman after remedying a smoky stove or smoky lamp must put up with a smoking hus band Even the most learned of us never realize how little we Know until the small boy begins to ask us questions The mole never waits for some thing to turn he goes right out and does it himself The farmer who sets a good straight fence also sets a good j example B t jA1 1 r J W 7t i t Invitations Car linen bond 4 I t i re I subscriptions v I J c MeCAU PATLS5fC Uylc tlmpTItltrtM 4 rclbbilitr nearly J jmrs in tdrtrrcry city and town in the unttdyStatsisnil 11 or nuil ilircct ilIoTcMore i 1tMestplain IClVing flIiry rccdko k Iidrdr In Onlyyear tO pa c is a sampleWONnESFUL Q toAent aprrmlnin catalonef rIIndnC1YcahlrICOffcra Address iirRauccuceat3iiiiastuTa J f U t j J