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want to purchase 100 barrels 1 t 0 good corn delivered at Water Dell MijJsJ B DP TERI I ii Hardware cook stoves 4 plow gears and housekeepers out III y fits at E L A T Byrons Ifyou 1ttto get your mon 3 eys worth go tothe new 5 and I yb lOc store in The Pocket t 429tf J A POWER l t t Ve sell the Oliver plows Ball rs Mitchell hillside plows plow re pairs and points J L 2941EL A T BYRON i J MARRIED Ralph Shrout and b aJC 41 Miss Margaret Bigstaff were mar ried at the residence of the brides I grandfather Richard Bigstaff on l rk Flat CreekfTuesday afternoon it I4 yp NOTICE All license tax due t tth city of Owingsville must be 1 ie between January land Feb t ruary 1 0ur COONS City Tre surer t 2729 I e1t GALLING CARDS ETCIf you J 11 want anything in the line of steel ci r copperplate printing such as- 3 Wisitng s wedding invita I 1 j Tim OUT 4 r Lbe can getit for YOU 4t city dl4t rici Dius postage md express L1 Call widjsee samples J 5IauLrLg4=v wferAs a ready IbOflSrrovvr mark their OUTP t twe to cannotE na 0 t tf THEWEATIIfRLst Thurs S day and of Friday the sun v shone bright arid warm Friday afternoon brought rain whichin p the night turned snow which continued all day withaahowl J 47 Sundsyiqhawed and Inearly all snow Monday was a day of alternate ind sunshine 44 SlcloQp RSES ANDMuLESTS I ShrouthBbbught and sOld since pChristmas SO horses and mules a lai t and wants to buy several more r 1 horses and mules NOW He has S t f some horses and mules for tNJeamongthcnumber a five j yewSpld mare will work any 1 J placer is in foal p fine mare three years old mare mules fifteen hands high and several cheaper p mule Go to his ck liVery s tfyou want to trade r MKS ELIZA MCDONALD The 1 M rli1g1aCrsreport the a 1deltltm of 4 4 Mrs Eliza McDonald aged 57 ears Deceased was a daughter JddP it fJatrick Carroll and wife who j re ftr years residents 4 8town From here they M eritto Sharpsburg and to Mti Sterling daugh a inarriedMr McDonald She wa buried in the Catholic cenie j 4My Tier six sons being the pall 4 io fWA URAW ESCA1EExJaiI- s Jones started to drivetc T the Om of his lQthir Le 1 tif s n the Sharpsburg pike b tlijastNSaturaay afternoon in a J 1 ihniiNtsnowstoim Ati the Ip 1i 3foot J hill hb couldn I t Sec r i d wway thtd somehow hi hors tjI i theat Jfthestor JtoU I rj and look hfm over an t tl xneataui intO Prickly ASh Creek p whichwas grat1y swolen aii very swift Hmaniged some t IffJ how totg out ofthe streani bul benumbed with lafiomhig i ducking rn to s y14e adjiiahrseplungiitkhin t intoadecpsnowdrift which 3 he was unable to extrleat him tt 1f sel Espy Vlaley Bethtl mai I caner found Mr Jones in thi prei1icraentand sumthoruinas- q tC 7 1 istanee jotJ inftP araigh1c i i r ivCt ri j If9 J i fJ o c1rt t si ii r ozIXtt V hj IJ ITtI c i1 1 J uy a1t 1 j iI t o igt i t t appr n r1 t IJjI t i 5 ifIii 4 J kr J c hrp JJi 4 IJ tI t vs I s i J S 4 J I v t t PERSONAL beenitwith grip John L Craycraft of Hamil ton Ohio was a caller at this office Saturday Misses Jane and SteUa Dawson visited relatives in MtTSterling the past week S J Fearing of Embville vjDrGeoSharpsburgsister Mrs A N Crooks returnert4roefrom ished his course in a Commercial collegeCharles Peed and niece Miss Bertha Curran of Mt Sterling came Sunday to visit the family of their brother tind uncle Geo A Peed andjwifeitel Mrs A T Byron returh1 Thursday of last week to their home at Falmouth C H Daily and wife after a visit to their scm Dr H J Daily went Thursday of last week to visit Mrs Dailys mother Mrs Wilson at Cynthiana Mr and Mrs J W Honaker ahd two little boys of Owingsville ICY9 arrived in Fort Pierce Sun ainonthlTheyson over The Tribune office Mr Honaker who is editor of the Outlook is on enthusiastic angler and sportsman Fort Pierce Fla Tribune SOLDWithinthe mules and horses as follows Two mules o J B Darnell two or Isaac Bentley one mulesI Bruce Snedegar one mule Snedegar one mule of Silas Bar ber one mule of John Oakley two horses of Cabe Snedegar one horse of Oscar Palmer one horse of Lee Parson Jones one horse onEhorslfOfW1Y tw HOreman Within the1 saitime Mr Shrout sold two muleslogttil Roberts two mules to Lee Jontfs one mule to S Cl i iBrierly twp horestoL1 Rob i ne hbrseio Jo Snedegar Sldfi1thhNtitRALIFF DEAD ynCitizenoj home neaI SharPsburg Sunday January 16 of Bright diseas andas hmaiaged 73 years Deceased wSason bi Caleb and Susan Ratliff Of nine brothers and sisters only one survives Mrs Susan Lane of Mt Sterling Mr Ratliff married in 1862 Miss Ann Eliza Jones who survives him To them four sons wore born all are living Omar M I William J J and Roland J of near Sharpsburg and Allie B of near Mt Sterling On Mon day afternoon following his death the remains were buried in the Sharpsburg cemetery jp ZIMMERMAN KOCHER T he marriage of Marcellus Zimmerman and Miss Mary Kocher took place in the Catholic church at Fulton Mb Thursday January 201910 at 9 oclock Marcellus is the oldest son of Win J Zimmerman and wife of Ossawatomie Kansas and a grandson of Elder R T D Zim merman deceased and a neph thiS1tclipdingris a young man of good character and habits and his bride an excellent young yoman7 PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONALTY Albert Wilson Having sold his farm with the intention of going toiaiiplWbr State tp reside will bathe near Bethel bn BafurdayJam ry 29 1910 seU alhiS perfitalt consisting of poIkeys wagons f rniitig Jmpte- f c JJLhe sale is be made tof six morithfi without iiit efMtLl t cJRA SwETNAiff ACQUITTED N ews came last week to his rela fives in this county that Ira Swet rhsinl who killed Town Marshal J9bnGuyerof EdgertondQ n23 1909 in the trial Court Ira is a son of William Swetnam who went West frohi this county shortly after the Civil war in which he had taken pflrtai a Federal soldier r i r rE1r jji lun n 4 p p TAX COMMISSIONS REPORT A Tax mmission was purposeiiof the tax system of Ken tucky ascertaining the extent and causes of any dissatisfaction with the system and also to ex amine into the systems of taxa tion in force in other States and to make reccommendations if deemed advisable for improving KentuckyTheof James A Breathitt Attorney General William A Robinson of Louisville J W Cammack of Owenton William H MacKoy of Covington John K Hcndrick of Paducah William H Cox of Maysville John F Hager oflAshlandall well known men approved ability aided by a score of able gentlemen known as the Advisory Commission each ap pointed for peculiar fitness in begani1909 which leads the average mind the concluirresistibly to sion that Kentuckys tax system is sadly in need of change Briefly stating their methods of work and sources of information the Commission says in part There is throughout the State a very general and well grounded Dissatisfaction with the tax system based on the factthat in many of our towns and cities the combined tax rate for State city and county purposes imposes a most onerous burden and upon the further fact that in spite of the utmost efforts of the assess ing officers and the equalizatior boards to see that all the prop ert is listed a great deal of property escapes taxation entirely wifl resulting injustice to such dasse of property as cannot escape We found also considerable di satisfaction with the administn tive features of the present enue laws That vhile some of these cau es of complaint might be remove by statutory amendment tK greater part of them includli all of the most material are I yond remedy through statu o enactment Amendments tOt1 statutes will not in ourdjj- ionmeetth requirements of t situation so long as pur State at heres to its prescnt system taxation fixedj vonstitution provisions npose uporuif uifizens a seL andicagifig eompelition Hvith other States more favored mthri tax laws and must in witbj lose both desirable population an rnuch needed capital We would sum up the defect and complaints of the system o taxation in Kentucky as follows FirstIt does not produce sul ficient revenue for the prop support of the State and toe gbvernments including necessar provisions for public improve ments and it cannot be made b produce enough revenue in spiti of constantly increasing the tai rate the tax rate being already so high in many counties that tc further increase it would only of fer an additional incentive foj undervaluation of property ant evasion of assessments Second It unjustly places at undue portion of the public bur fen on some classes of property and especially upon real estate while permitting other clases entirely to escape taxation ThirdIts inequalities have TN suited in driving and keeping froth the State a large amount of capital that is needed in the development of its business i It produces evjasipQ dishonesty and perjuuyfencour ages contempt fpr tfie law and lowers thetnoral standard of our people Our system of taxation in Ken tucky is known as the General IPropeityTax systema system principle is that taxes shall be all kinds of property at th same rate and same method without regard to differences in cha cterand productiveness This system is being rapidly aban dorted b progresive Commorf abandonq1bycan1 Union and many others are preparing to abandon it It las ned by all Euro e except some oftl e Swiss cantoits The effect of thrs system has universally been the same an un fair portion of the burden of the government borne by the visible property which cannot escape nlbysuchon section 171 of the Constitution which declares that Taxes shall be uniform upon nIl classes of j 4 I otf tt i l fr l l bt f i trj S i property within the territorial limits of the authority levying the tax So long as this re mains unamended it will be im possiblexfpr Kentucky to make any reform in its scheme of taxation The troubles complained of are inherent in the Legislatureis Vise and strongly urge that the Legislature be asked to submit to i vote of the people an amend ment to section 171 of the Constitution of Kentucky designed to provide that taxation shall be uni form on all property of the same class and distinctly confer up on the Legislature the power to classify all the sources of rev nue and for designating certain sources of revenue exclusively flor State purpose certain other sources of revenue for city purposes and certain other sources of revenue for county purposes 2 I o i t f e I p I 1 S p vrriunKS iULECTED Memfoe Tent No 94K OT M met in speciql session Friday evening tJan21191Q and the following were installed for the en Suing yea- rPat Com J F Conyers Co- mProfM Martin Lieut Com t ns Record Keeper Eugene Minihan Chaplain D W Doggett argent Geo B Daw son M at A Henry Schwab 1st 7vli G Seth Botts 2d M G H B Seton Sentinel JoeD Sheehan Piclret Leslie Flood Trustee AJ T Byron ANOTHER DOUBLE WEDDING jChris Holland pf the eastern jartof the county and Miss Ni na Ratliff daughter of Robert Ratliff of near town and John Coyle of Woodford county and Miss Martha Honaker daughter of George Honaker of Washing ton Branch north of this town composed a double Wedding par WIMil1sweek These worthy young people are congratulated DIED Fred Crooks aged 13 died at the home of his father J F Crooks near SaltLick last after a few days illness of dropsy of the heart Special closing out sale of robes andhorseblankets 29417E L A TBYRON Jf t 1 i c tCi r j i p 9 it ft f rL SUFFRAGE FOR WO MENHon Claude M Thomas of Bourbon county has intro duced into the sUf1frageof male voters in any common school election and who in addition are able to read and write The bill provides that all women thus qualified shall be entitled to vote at elections of school trustees requiredtoupon all school measures and questions submitted to a vote of the people and all women pos sessing the legal qualificationsre quired as to males shall be eligi or10ffice qualifiCationsotherwise prescribed by the Con jtitution nor to any other offices to the Constitution oth jrwise prescribes the qualifica Ions the persons eligible there b When the elections referred to samefayilmilar to those required in other lections except that they con tin only the names of the candi sates for school officers or ques bebreparedunder this act otherwise accordingjeral election law All laws or parts of laws in conflict herewith are hereby re pealed This proposed act is backed by the Kentucky Federation of Wb ens Clubs of which Mrs De ha Breckinridge Lexington is resident They have prepared comparative illiteracy etween the States and Territo les where women have the right b vote on school matters and nose where such right has not een granted greatly to the ad- ntage of the former This ey think demonstrates thene r stitof granting suffaageMto m non all questions pertain g to schools v WilsonJles o v Ocai MrWi w will probably go Tennessse make his home BehM Arnold sdld his 80acre ReyoldvUleneighborlbd er acre C S Ratliff bought last week hos H Browns 80acre farm buth of the 0 Mt S pike in he west end oftown at SOper bre p The Sharpsburg World says El nSharpand sister Miss Anna ave sold their interest in their harpsbdrg dwelling house to leir brother Wailer Sharp who ill occupy it soon W A Boyd sold a tract of 41 res of land to Robt Stewart of ear Owingsville for 2 150 cash I G F Crouch sold his farm to lorris and Charles Leggett for B5 an acre VERYYOUNG COUPLE EL PEL Clell Jdari yougest son of tef iJoodan and Miss Lucy Wells daughter of John Wells stole a march on their friends and went to Irontori Ohio and were married some days ago They are deserving young people and have taken up their abode with Mr Goodans uncle and aunt Jo and Miss Mary Goodari on the Preston pike TAKEN WITH SALTThe state ment of Hick Tally that he had evidence that would convict the slayers of Hiram Hedges in Nich olas county is taken with con siderable salt by the people here Mr Tally has frequently visited here as a distinguished guest of the county rably well known The Tlioinas Jackson FARM of 120 acres lying on the Mt Sterling and Mud Lick Springs- road 2 miles from Preston Sta tion and about the same distance from Olympia Has on it a new house of six rooms tobacco barn 40x48 12 acres in and the rest in cultivation Adjoins Thos Reffit Richardson Bros It A Weedon and Banks Goodpaster farm can be for 2 FrnnkHoff1man anypl1 WOODtt Ky 1Ht J F c v il j J EUGENE MINIHAN y f is the best place to buy BUGGY R03ES and HORSE 1BLANKETS of ail kinds His Handmade Saddles and Harness are the best and cheapest to buy none so good Has f machinemade saddles and harness of all kinds cheap cr than elsewhere iX VULCAN PLOWS AND PLOW POINTSl always on hand 1 Come and pric ooI will sav you money a l fldur1ir t etiSts aJesi ih1SS7 EUGENE MINfHAN OWINGSVILLE KY jfI Owmgsville Banking Gompani Statement of Condition Dec 31 1909 RESOURCES Loans 11262972 Overdrafts 904501 Banking House real estate safe c 486823 Cash and due from Banks 4613143 17267439 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 30000 t 323137Profits Due Banks v 349095 Deposits 172674139 Dividends Paid for 1909 8 per cent 24ccOo F Total Dividends Paid 3760006 c We solicit your patronage iiH BROW CASHIER t j HERES A 1 EARaAIN PJf TOR YOU DAILY COVRERJOVRIAJ l jljE r t J 1 By mail lree inontlis and TJJE OgFL q 1v4both for 1 Aone year 1 f I 32IguIc4b fLf J f J t t f i I The price of thi Daily CourierJburnlis600 teri j I p 150 fOJ threelmouthsawhereby we wll accept orqerSfor thiiliijisjScEri L durmg f Janu r Feh lal3 aJ 6 nprocSunday jflL iJfiOc additional if Sunday issue is J CourerJournallsj stastood We can nish thcWeekly nour aperbotht yearfi1 Orders mustbil ntOthiS paper Mot the Courie JJournal to get hfs cufrrate t I Owingsvilla Qiitloofc NfifI1Ii SIIB80RIPTlN IQPPEB fl One Day Only J 1uury31 1910 t t I Hundreds of readeas take a daily paper as well as ours in or der to keep fully abreast of the news of the world There is better paper at any price in the State of Kentucky than the noJ I Louisville Daily tHa1d 4 jbeenallowingo objectionable advertisements to be published It has the Associated Press telegraph news of the world it h amusing pictures from its own cartoonist every day splendid halftone pier j tures hoving local and world events arid fearless independent editorial page always fair and interesting even thOsewhodiffer lipolitically with the editoral 9Pln1onThe regular price of the Daily f Herald is 3 a yearby nail By special arrangemenlTwe are ablerjto make the wonderful offer of 3 for both the DAILY HERALD arid THE OUTLOOK rif the subscription is received at Tim OUTLUOK office not later than jp January 81 1910 = fi r CONSIDER r14E- ADVANTAGES OF WATER WEATHER PROOF FIRE RE8ISTINC Will not jnclt rot tear or corrode Contains no tar oil or paper Outlast metal and shingles Pliablecan be easfljr fitted Into gutters valleys etc thereby saving exveate- o tin and copper eroldLclllthCI1S nritiferfrlataiuitamfltt E L AT BYRON Hardware OwinorAville Kvl1 to 1 to 13023362 to i MARBLE ANDG1UNITE- Monument Tombstones and Markers Ihave an upto date stock and I am in a position tb make prices right Barre granite and the celebrated silver grey marble a 1 specialty See me before buy cf ing A C MARKLAND Ir p COALI have 911Jefferson1 f Coal Lime Salt S sand Cem- entBRICK l H at as low rates as any one can furnish theEe articles AUSTIN BOAZ c l f4I- s a r rrsrs S I I t I jATERViLY Bill t TO BE REPORTED i J 0 congress However Likely to Be b Slow to Sanction Certain fft Specific Projects t F f RIVALRY AMONG PROMOTERS V lj Civil Service Commission Tired of r Moving Makes Plea for Permanent QuartersArmy Affairs In S Good Shape t Washington It is probable that the riven and harbors committee of f congress wltf report a bill at this appropriarof a good many mrs for the improvement of the water ways of the country It is yet a mat fI ter of great doubt howoTer if the sanction of the committee will be 4 p IpuI Klyen to certain specific projects In I I favor of which there has been coun Strywldo agitation It may be pert 0v hap it is safer to say probably will be I the opinion of the committee that the d recommendation for an appropriation 1 to begin the digging of a deep watera r 7 way from the lakes to the gulf or from Cape Cod to the Carolinas shall 4 t i YJS put off until the congressional wa J S I erway commission which has been r tudylng the general subJect of cOrn mercW highway provementa ahall a have turned In Its report t 4 sThe friends of tho deep waterway from Chicago to the Bads Jetties are r active In their methods ot promoting 4 S tho plan which they have at heart r The same thing hold true of the men t r who want congress to sanction the t ship channel from Cape Cod down I through the coast states to a point ti Vsomewhere In South Carolina or pos v Iby There Is an Intense I L amount of rivalry between the promo i tl ters of these two great plans but the 4 It41 rlralry Is kept under tho surface as a much as possible in order that the bIs promotion efforts may not cause con IJ troversy enough to upsot the chances p b j at success ot either proJect Vot N Other Highway Projects The Mississippi railey waterway t l and the coast line waterway are not c the only Interior commercial high a f Way plans which have friends In con t y a t iigress The projects which have been suggested and to considerable ox 1 5 tent advanced to planning aro numer S 7 our Tte routhera states want easier a 7 water 6rnmunieatIon between differ b t t nta a d there are pIans for i bsrway improvement In the north I t 4 I northwest b ben Ptealdent Taf was In New I c oC 1 ba a meeting of the water 4 iyseogea ke aId a kindly word r the general plaaot Improving the I nriot thecolUl1r7i feat be jMtvlsed- iv a t gbute JZSOOfl the I Jlent flnlshea hIS speech and the I who are dovoUntheIrtimoaM I ies to palcg thiway for water I t j njad had time to digest 0 tefoctt ram p t meet ew eo tv certain 41th a seemIng foval of their f v i featuresbut valso has a way fi k jrUuvin things that It can be I yen time for a survey of the field dad obtaining aa actual knowledge of the rieed of the case The friends tol the plan frI Immediate Improve l t1et the waterwaya say that can rtci simply a taa1DeansotpoBt t 4r poaeaieat hoping that some of the de mamda adeUl be moderated Be this as It may congress appointed a MURal waterways commission of ta I which allthe members were either JP eeaators or represeritaUves i 4 areJv4 oa the Bubject and men who have rjjrV rteen insistent that the Work should j b begun atvoacel The chairman of I 4 ttkecommittee Senator Theodore B r Barton cot Ohio was for some years a VF to his election to the senate J j rMrmM ot the house committee on v harbors JJr Burton knows 4 4 allabout every harbor and 81faI1II1 Vf o the Un1tet States and tta admitted 4 r p i tv by the men who think that he Is top l t j 7 coaservatlve that he has a pretty t J V clear Idea ot the needs of every ip I 1 Mir alitySSenatorLarimer of Illinois has beenaC3 forawayi years aa active advocateof tr a lhllJdW1elr 1CbleagotoU1e Cxv f Gulf ot Mexico Mr Lorimer is irnpa i tlerit ot delaysThere are other morna At I jf i1MrsofU coelonwhomao be 1 f said to occupy ground In 4 = at stake It Is expected 4 BHaSF Itlong the commission will y i f report rltoa dWantaHom I4 f fjlithec ntsY has been toldre s wnUYlt is probable that congress I t will Investigate the entire civil ser b ce rtlr tem of thegovemment with v c4vIew of iiavlbg both the letter and spirit of the law apply to promo V rlIt A DiVIClsImDa1 0 Frank Herdlc Often PUythlngof For 3 4 tune What Hs Considered His i l l i Most Unlucky let 44 t l j It fta No maa was more widely known on c J the trottlHg turf than the late Frank lttenUIothca noted poolseller book ors wneri and alfev oag follower of the trotter and per aridtIi r wlllloBS o Uaradr as always a i L d eay plunges himself with varyiag c i IK k 1A few 7ears before his death Her ffJ t r tIe had a bad season asd soon after J tile dose of the Lexington meeting J l Weattoew 3ork hopingto etraight itI lIB his finances but ill luck followed 4 tj 4 ij l1ldeclded to retire fpr the Jf fvterJ bis Jnatlve town Williaau I T orU Pa as the safest rplaceV- v N J arrived there with only 20 be andif j rI i 4 i Irr 1J vv t itr v lL I tJtl tY 4 4 Tw A ti4 f rtf 1 dl 1 l ttittr J f os I r fIvl i f r f iC JIl J o6 iit 7 Ao i 4fi If i i h 7 r t + i 11J i r i z t 1IJ il 1 f 1 t o tItI t JA I r I I 1 r t I t J ii r- l tlono as well as to appoln tract Is probable that the civil servlre coi musloners who are stationed IL Washington wish that congress would In addition investigating the work- Ings of the system make a rigid ex amination of the building In which the officials of the service are obliged to transact their business with 8 view to providing for them better have been some communica tions sent to congress which In n de scriptive way tho word unique fits admirably but it Is likely that no paper Intended for any president ever contained a more striking paragraph than one which occurs In the message which was sent not long ago by the civil service commissioners to the chief of the nations authorities The commissioners are tired of be ing moved about from place to place and are particularly tired of their present quarters There is some hu mor In the situation and It is shown by this paragraph which occurs In an official letter which carries the sig nature of Gen John C Black the pres Went of the civil service board with the signatures of his fellow commissioners added Humorous Protest The moral clement in this propo sition Mr President Is worthy of con sideration A man Is hardly respected head of the family until he owns a root under which he may gather with his family Any bureau of department of the government wholly pen patetic and without permanent quartering is subject to suspicion and a slighting consideration We want to be helped out of this situation This plea borders on pathos but It has a strength of Its own and con gross has been asked to give that heed to the request of Gen Black and his colleagues which will give them more room and will be In keeping with the dignity of their work The day when civil service Is mentioned by members and senators with the sneer of Roscoe Conkllns as snivel service has gono by and while the work of the commissioners has robbed the congressmen of much patronage it is likely that they will see to It that habitable quarters are given to the officials and their employes Army Bill Meets Favor toIthan iM been tho case for a longtime Secretary of War Dickinson managed to get several millions o dollars from the estimates for the support of tho land forces and un der his direction the chiefs of the different bureaus made reductions that have appealed to the members of congress as an evidence that economy this year Is the armys watchword General Leonard Wood before long will be made chief of staff ot the United States with headquarters In Washington Gen Wood is the ranking officer of the service If the general were to be ordered into the field la case of war be could have placed I under his orders within two mpnthapver a half million Americans amed Vlth the latest type of Amerl cn lrlfle the new mode Springfield which layoallcved by Amen1canr- my4als tobe best wearofi knows fov thodCrpmilitary science The house committee oa mUiiar7- r1alrs ar mar1ngs on he l1 edi J ed zI1ofordlfu1nCo aeJLI rthe maprd reductions Wai he had expenses reductiCjj that the general showed were possible while their not tend In any way to do- cieIise the efficiency of the service The committee reported favorably on the rec mnmendation oUiatar serve supply of Koae million rifles ot the modern approved type be provid ed When the authorized limit of one million is reached the manufacture of the rifles will be stopped only to betaken up again when the necessity IsshOWllor when new inventions make new rifles imperative No Need for Large Army Congress does sot believe that the United States will ever need an enormous army for war purposes It takes It for granted that the navy will bo able to keep all foreign foesVat a die tance and that being safe from invas ion the ot half a million men at- thooutaetwm be sufficient tD meet any seemingly tpsslble emergency The army officers however look at the matter in another light Thy say that the most unexpected thing happen in military attalsandthatt would be little less than a sin for the United States to be unprepared as It was at the time of the opening of theSpanlslwar Congress has been told that there is no firstclass pciwer other than the United States which cannot put Into the field almost In stantly an army ot 3000000 men There la Ii much closerzelaUonex tUng today than ever the regular service and the n tonal It is tho intention of the war department to order time regulars next summer Into camp with regiments of the state troops In rifany parts of the country for the purpose of instructing the civilian soldiers in the art of war and of bringing about a better untied standing arid a feeling of closer fellowship between officers ot the nation and state GEORGE CLINTON he saw a good chance to double up- his twenty Ah old blacksmith known as Uncle flenny whom fondle had known from boyhood had Just passed end Herdic bet his friend the Wl1oJe20 that the blacksmith lad not had crater all over himself for three years The bet waltaken and the two friends went to the blacksmith shop Itoaettieo Uncle Henry said Heidlcj1 Just bet all the inducT I had in the world that you have not had water all over yourself for three jrears and we have left itto you to decide Franl you hive made a very bad beV saId Thicle Henrys for if you had leti It as you intended that I have not taken a bath in three years you would hayo won but as It Is you lose because only a month ago while driving over the brldge iny horse ran away threw me out J fell Into the creek and came near being drowned 1erdlcalwa111consldered this the most unlucky bet he over made Peroxide of hydrogen cacsea r halloto turn gray r1 VdA4 4 i ii 1 1L I lf a j fi JF a U Hey Come Down Here and Lets See How It Works WOMAN RECLUSE MURDERED BODY OF MRS MINTOSH FOUND TERRIBLY MUTILATED Robbery U Believed to Have Been Motive for CrimeSlayer Disembowel Victim Rockford Wlnnebago coun ty authorities are confronted by a murder mystery that promises to parallel the unsolved Qrlppen cash of last spring In the finding of the body of Mrs Mary E McIntosh in her home at 1239 West State street Thursday The victims head was crushed her throat cut and great gashes in abdomen allowed the bowels to trude while one lung was cut out thrown on tho floor Evidence of struggle was absent the terribly tllatod body being found just In tho front door ot the room in wj the deceased lived The rest of house was closed oft and the other cupants were not molested by the t derer A close survey of the house fallei reveal weapon or Instrument of n der which evidently was carried Discovery of the crime was made Henry Branthauer a milk man tbery is supposed to have been the tlve as a ridge on the body would dicate she wore a money belt i that in getting It oft the murderer emboweled the victim Mrs McIntosh lost part of her tune through a dishonest agent ye ago since which time she has t most eccentric and lived as a reel Clinton St Clair and wife were I arrested as suspects and under p 1 pressure St Clair confessed he k Mrs McIntosh Chicago A murder rivaling atrocious Whltechape l outrages mitted in Loqdon a quarter of a4 tury ago was revealed Thursday the finding of the headless bo Mrs Jennie Cleghorn 48 years woman of former wealth in a ct furnished room at 54 West i Veeath street The body was grewsomely no ed Time head had been cut fro womans bhbuldersand carried byjthe murderer Theheitrt rand It1I a bef d placed A hundred detectives sclj radlahead Fully halt a hundred f and men were taken to the T second stroot police statlonand tton dIEight persons were hOld Theo arrested was Tlllle elderly negress who runs tile where the Clegbrnwonim was I SLAYER HAS COLD Hi j Alleged Murderer of Girl Spurn- sofforglvenesstrolT Vlctln 1n WilkesbarTe ParMrs Susan a Dowlelte of Zion City I1U at daughter came here to orglvej L Marion the New York the munde4daughter spurned by Maripn who declj pay any rtteatlon to her Mrs Leo as a Dotrtnlto belle forgiving Those who 1 q w4 her When Marion was brdujnt luw court She advjmcedT extended bar hand and murmured that she had come totel him she forgave him Marlon ignored her and turned away cmd then her 4aughter Miss Grace Ue also extended her hand We forgive ybu and have come to help you she said Marion turned away exclaiming iI dont know who you art Begin Action In Cherry Cases Jollet Ill Clark Johnson as sistant to State Factory Inspector Davie said he had filed an Inform tion against the St Paul nine In Bu reau county for employing ten boys under 18 years of ago Three of these boys perished In the fire last fall at tleChC1T1tm mine Lectures In Seventeen Tongues Paterson N 3State SenatorJohn D Prince of this cltya professor of modern languages in Columbia uni delivered a lecture atLodla suburb of Paterson In 17 language His audience was drawn from factor Jareforeigners Chew May Cost tIle J lletDl In an endeavor to cut off a chew of tobacco John Carlin of Mlncoka Friday cut an artery In his wrist and may die Fllntt Mlcft Leads In Postal Gains stateIper cent In postal business for J909 leads all cities In the United States Seattle being Its est com petltor x Woman Lair Jail Hartford rGriffith illl1ursda td sent She HI t r rl J r t a 3 i 3 ALEGE THEY LOOTED ROAD Charged In Civil Bill That Three Prominent ChIcagoans Obtained 850000 Railroad Money Chicago Sof millions of dollars worth of real estate by the Chicago Western Indiana railroad for a new depot and freight JtheInvestlKaUonman into real estate deals through which Benjamin Thomas former pres ident of the road John XFetzer and Charles R Kappes real estate deal 0ry to fd r rD II a t0 0 n y d d t toc I f t r iz J J I t J J It e fto f 101 1 e f e New York Following the fas pension of the firms of La top Haekl e Co and J YFlsko 01 as a result of the sensational drop on Wednesday of 63 points in the price ot the stock of the Columbus Hock big Coal and Iron Company Presloent R H Thomas of th New York stook exchange shortly aft rtfle openIng x f the exchange Thursday announced the failure of the firm of Roberts Hall Cries brokers wi d offices at G2 Broad way In a general yay the failure ot Roberts Hall CrieS represents 3000000 that of Lathrop ttusklns Co something like HOOOOOOt and that ot J M Fisk Co 2 00000 or about 6000000 InjSchoolN board of education has started a conscience fund Several anonymous contribu- tIons have been received from persons who said they had mischievously dam aged school property Push Patent Appeal BliP Washington A freerforall hearing on a bill creating a court of patent appeals In which many attorneys throughout the country are interested will begin before the house Judiciary committee January 27 Another Resord Is Broken Los Angeles Cat Fighting against n gale ot wind which had driven bal looaists to cover Louis Paulhan ot Frirjfee Tuesday succeeded in making a cross country flight in a Fart biplane He broke the worlds record for such an aerial voyage and won a prize of 10000 The worlds cross country record for aeroplane flights was held brS H Cody whc covered 40 miles In 63 minutes at Al dcrsbot England last Oct erPauI nmlnutesIn1J i L J 1 i f r Y IU f j tu N i r REPORT8KILLEDCANADIAN CRUSHED BURNED DROWNED WHEN TRAIN IS DERAILED CARS PLUNGE INTO RIVER One Coach and Diner Sink In River Flames Sweep Other Debris Deal Ing Death 100 Are Reported In- Jured Sault Sto Marie Mich Canadian Pacific train No7 westbound due here at 415 Friday evening when crowing the bridge at Spanish river near Espanola 140 miles from hero was thrown from the track and 46 people killed and about 100 injured It Is supposed the derailment was due to spreading rails The accident evidently occurred as the last cars were going over the bridge and the firstclass coach and diner were precipitated to the river belowNews from the scene of the wreck Is hard to obtain the railway company who control the only telegraph wire not allowing much Information to trickle through From the crew of a freight train which arrived here however it Is learned that the dead are In the cars in tho river and also in the secondclass cars which were derailed after crossing the bridge and which afterwards caught fire adding to the horror of the accident Eigh teen are said to have been burned in the sccond class coaches It is supposed the engine was safely across the danger point and after the accident took the news to Webwood a distance ot three miles A relief train was at once dispatched from Sudbury which Is 42 miles east of the scene with physicians and nurses A majority of the Injured were taken to Sudbury as soon aa possible There is a fall of 35 feet to the wa ter at the placo where the accident occurred and tho ice Is Tony thick so that the names ot those imprisoned In the cars will not be learned until the diver arrives there A special train with submarine diving outfit left here for the scene The Pullman car did not go oft the track remaining safely on tho other sldo ot the bridge TO INVESTIGATE PACKERS Grand Jury Will Inquire Intq Charges That National Packing Corn pany Is Combine Washington The government Is preparing to summon the Chicago beet trust to the bar of justice Criminal prosecution Is contemplat ed and U the plans do not go astray some of the men responsible for the rapidly increased cost of living will be landed behind tho bars This Information was obtained here In con1ecUenwlUlan announcement that the attorney general has received atuu report of the Investigation which he recently ordered Into the re latlbhs existing between the National Packing Company Chtcagl andof Swift Co Armour Co andraorris Cotho three concerns which Joint ly control t 0 National Pnckin Com jWithinon Ta tho detaiIe arranged thet torner geneH snoj jnsutute a g and JJry the Wtent of which liLjittscertaln whether or not the National Packing Company Is a combination in restraint trade under the Sherman antitrust law nas much as the grand jUI7Proceedtng- are only resorted to where criminal proceedings are contemplated Ike In ference is plain though Mr Wicker sham will make no statement that his hope is to land somebody in jail That the beef trust Is alarmed over the outlook Is also evident beca sellis known that agents of the trust learned that a report on its operations had been received here in adceofthe Information being made public It was the fact that the trust lad got hold of this information that brought out the story of the contemplated pro ceedings Tom Taggart Wounded NatchezMlsshomasTaggarlof Indianapolis Ind national Democratic committeeman for that state and former national Democratic chairman was accidentally shot while hunting quail near here by his privatij secre nlrdshotromNortonB the face and his right shoulder He was brought here and was taken to Indianapolis for medical treatment The wounds ore not fatal c Nelson Knocks Out Lang Memphis Tenn Battling NeBo celebrated probably his last appear ance In public prior to meeting Ad Wolgast in California next month by delivering a knockout to Eddie Lang the Chicago lightweight Friday night In the Memphis Athletic clubs new arenk a Fined 500 for Killing Prisoner St Louis Mo Patrolman Jamea O Hearn was found guilty qt manslaughter in the fourth degree Friday by a jury and fined 500 the minimum punishment 6Hearn in making an arrest hit Ralph Collins on the head Collins died within 24 hours Reelected Head of Miners Indianapolis Ind Thomas L Lewis of Ohlowas reelected president of the United Mine Workers cf America over William Green of Ohio his only opponent br 23697majorlty Inventor of Navy Torpedo Dead New YorkTCapt 3 Morris OKel lay for many years an officer in the British navr and Inventor ota type of torpedo whIchhas been adopted by several navies died Wednesday at his home here Ready for Halley Comet Honomlu Sufficient furds have been raised by public subscription for the establishment of an astronomical observatory at KamukI Honolulu es pecially for the observance of tlalleya comet t t h D1 IA r r i tco 1sr JOHN R1 WALSH IS 161 ENJOYS MANY LUXURIES N F GIVEN TO OTHERSt fIsFort Leavenwortb Kan Evf behind the bars of the fedeiy at fWahihproveJeLJohnenjoying practically every luxury that was enjoyed by Walsh the possessor of 40000000 and an Income that could satisfy thl wishes of any hUe man being From the moment that Walsh passed the threshold of the great na tional penitentiary those Influences were evident Walsh was not com pelted to pose for a rogues gallery picture Ills measurements were not taken for the Bertllllon system He has not been forced to eat of the coarse fare nor oft the common wood en tables of the 996 other convicts But of greatest Importance Walsh has not and probably will not be compelled to sldep In one of the Iron grated cells during all of his five years stay at the prison Even In the matter of labor Walsh has been peculiarly favored While other federal offenders including near ly a scoro of former millionaires and bankers are handling brick and saw- Ing stone Walsh will be reading the newspapers His dally task will be to handle newspapers and clip crim inal news to be pasted Into a book provided for the purpose 12 PERISH IN FACTORY FIRE Girls Among Victims of Blaze in- PhiiadelphlaScores Jump from Windows Philadelphia The six story build- Ing at 200 and 202 Chancellor street In tho heart of the produce market was destroyed by fire Wednesday and a dozen persons most of them young womenlostthelrUves About 20 men and girls are In hoe pitals suffering from burns and In juries received in jumping out of win dows There were 100 men women and children employed by various small firms In the building the Inter ion or which was burned The fire is said to have started on thee third floor either from a slight ex plosion or the blowing out of a fuse in an electric switchboardJThose on that floor were throWn into apnnlc The cry ot fire was spread When the excitement reached the threp upper floors a wild rush for life ensued Many of the girls wOre young and became helpless In the panicThe workers on the first and second floors and most ot those oa the third escaped but those In the upper por tion of the building were blocked at the third floor whiciwa4 a piass of flames I k The stairway was blockedihi a solid mass ot portions 1f8hUngtor- life Some got through others tell unconscious oh theta1rs aadothers rushed to the wlndq i to Jump MINIMUM RATES FOR SIX t Taft PrortJm What EurVpean Courv tries Are Entitled o Preference J In Tariff Ct leV J WashIpgtonhtalySpainRU1ofaT- urkey SwUz8rlaiiiJ and some parts of the empire are favored as trade custothersOf th yliltedSt tee In proclamations Issued under the Payne tariff law by President Taft Germany and Prance the two chief commercial nations with which Uncle Sam has been having trouble over tarI- ff duaes are on the outside with Hol land Belgium Norway Sweden Can Ida Australia India and all other portions at the British empire not de scribed on the map of Europe iMARJORIE GOULD TO MARRY f Her Parents Announce Her Engage merit to Anthohy Drexel Jrv of Philadelphia New York Miss Marjorio Gould the beautiful young daughter of Mf and Mrs George J Gould Is to be the wile of Anthony J Drexel Jrqf Philadelphia The engagement was announced by the parents ot the bridetptbe at the dance which they gave last night in their new home 857 Filth avenue Thirty Governors Confer Washington Governors from 30 states of the union gathered in the na tional capital Tuesday to discuss prob lame of state and of national interest Gov WUlsonofKentuckychatro- manot thecommittee on arrange ments In a brief ntrqductory speech referred to the first conference of state heads invited In May 1908 b1I President Roosevelt to meet in the White House This years conference Is on the governors own Initiative To Retail Hengelmuller WashlngtonTbetormaUonofthe new Austrian cabinet Is expected to lead to the early transfer of Ambas sador Hengelmuller Baron Hengel mullers going is slated to take place within the next few weeks Gorge Imperil BridesB- loomington UtAll central nil noia bridges are in peril due to gong ing of Ice at every structure nd at Lawndale and Mason City dynamite U being used to break up gorges that have formed Woman Held for Attempted Murder Bloomington llL Mrs Ruth Ish mael who recently shot Agent IetRoylston of the Illinois Central edBulcldejilOf Subpoenas to Reach Far Washington Subpoenas issued by United States courts will hereafter run throughout the state in yrfch Is sued If a bill reported Thursday by the house Judiciary committee becomes law jir 4 H i Ci cd tii tJi I2 If C Ift r s f j J r T 92 l 1 i Jlf F f s r ry trLLdc b1 Tivrd Rteellsllcssjivdemnnds from rallroathi being apparently f held brck but pig iron Is in better ri request s f4 I Shoo manufacturers are still at A work on spring goods and shipments J are going forward In good volume Business failures In the United States Iriho weekending with Jan ii f nary 20 were 275 against 291 last wek 307 in the like week of 1909 40Jjrin 1908 2G2ln 1907 and 276 In 1906 Business failures in Canada for the i week number 44 which compares with 44 last week and 40 In the some week of 1009IWheat including flour exports from Ithe United States and Canada for the week ending January 20 aggregate 1 2034746 bush against 2677185 bush last week and 3058219 bush thla week list year For the 29 weeks ending January 20 evports were 25625163 bush against 123997736 bush in tbecorrecppondlng period last year Corn exports for the week arc 683 S14 bush against 1502866 bush last week arid 749078 bush In 1909 Wall Street Flurries Have NoNffect New YorkR O IJi1nCos v ly review of trade says J The disturbance In Wall street is apparently without effect on the In dustrial and trade situation whlcn measured by the best tests continues In a healthy and active condition A further perceptible broadening of der mand for pig Iron la noted at zany leading centers arid 1ihmatJ roi1iprices also the situation generally Is morn satisfactory to producing Inter ittests In some districts new buslnessi Is still light but on the whole there f ifIs marked improvement with basic and Bessemer grades attracting much r I attention Irregularity is still appar cntin finished lines and there is evfc IJdence that the railroads are holding r 1 back considerable new businesS al S1 though car orders at the west ire ciJ quite liberal and several large con tracts are pending Recent sales 6f J rails aggregated 40000 tons while 1d abodt 18000 tons of structural mate ria are booked this week Id the primary dry goods market ihouse ealea ore In p psress and the break InCottOn llhug1ian tmset tHug feature made no change in job t blng prices which henot yet iech t etl tie parlor of 15ci raw materlir riaPJ1 Buyers ot cqtton blankets and themc s ofastaPJIcliaraclGr are operating frecly at aij ce ttover a year ago andf stocks In all n partsofthecountryazereported to be li1j p f well cleaned nil Export demand con tinues light Hosiery and underw v y are In better demand and4 4 dress fabrlraj J l1deyln p c f sosnewbatt it 1 rJ goodste Iwdivision j af r orheaJa Z4 2 TOBACCO MARKET i Louls ijaDl22 Toti ciT tc ings lent week were 799IhOfthis number 4127iihdw were and 663 ak The offeringS ornJ burley were comparatively Urge jauaV Uy only fairj color was npVnlentlfulr and decided grades of bright tobacco fT were very limited The strong ie t v rand for the common grades rot red burley contlnuesat prices that have t 1r boon rullng or1 Beveral weeks Red i tips and common rel leaf were firm t medium and good red teat were irreg I ulah Common colory smokers and V strippers were a few bids higher TbeU t better srades of colory smokers strip V tper cut plug gradesand natural ieJf l ffillers wOre In good demand Tho offerings otrold burley ty jIworti small jquillty Inferlbr and no change to report in prices There wer 31hjs new dark oered at auction qriaUtj poor composed largdlyrbf alrrcured commonleatl1ndt 1 lugs The market J aircured leaf was firm trash and common lugs were tronger and gocid lugs were unchanged The feWihas t of fired leatoffered were principally reharidllng styles Extra long leaf rmet with actice lmpeltIdnpth1 grades of fired lea werevlrregular Ttie quality of the 1d alrcurej was l IP only fair Long rf aa dlirig leaf aadi i manufacturing leaf In ccii1ydition IV t jsold at outside quoUtlo toto report in othsrgradea otl leafs The private nacs consist of 11749 f of new burleyJsold to the Amerlftan TobaecoCa 17 old burley 157 old r dark and 23 new dark sold to onskW iF parties i SGRAiN MAPKETR iiljmnattWhatNa 2red k2a l2B N 3 red l20a13I No y red 51al20 Corn +Xo 2 wtjte1hia1Oc No3 wltte 69aG9 c Oats Noi 2 i white 5lSa52c No 3 whIte 50i4n51c r HayNo ltlmothy 1875a25No 2 timothy n7al750 No 3 timothY 1550al6 Barley No 2 sprIng 80a J 84c No 3 spring 76aSci No 4 spring 1 c67a74c extra No f spring 78aSOc fRye No 2 86aS7No380a84e No A j4 74a 80c Bran pad Mlddlin Bran V J2450a2550 ton mixed feed 2550a J 2650 nIddllngA toarse 2a26 mld rtllrigs fine f660u2750 t I h Cincinnati Jan 22TCattle Balp pore 535a625 extra G35a65p 1iI butcher steers extra 560a585 good choice 485a560 common to fair 35ffa4i50 hIfersextra 515a535 P L good to choice 440a510 common to 4q 250a42S cowS extra t5a5 tfooc1 to choice 4a4GO common to t irVy jli 1rS225a4 Bulls Bologna 410s4S54J Jektra 490a5 fat bulls 450a5 Cave 4 Extra 850a875 fair tu goi 650M4Pa 8l25s flocsGood to choice Backws iand butchers 5COa8C5 mixed rack ers 2aLlS SheepExtra good tocl1ol T26asz iamt4 I Extra 885 fancy light 9 t i i jr- J f t it kr f J p ttt i 5 h k f j i t L rI vj i I fI t SYI v vv I r L C f t 7 bJ L i f oLFrank am CCPRICl7t i ay me 606sfcei favour tfo CORtCJn YIAAFfNaAUIV wnNfoJto J I SYNOPSIS tSI Dorothy lived In Kama with Aunt Km and Uncle Henry A cyclone lifted theirnhome Into the air Dorothy falling ramidit the excitement A crush awakened I I house had landed in a countryrot marvelous beauty Groups tittle people greeted her to the Land ot Munchklna The house had killed theirt4 a e anemy the wicked witch of East othy took the witch nilver shoes She Setarted tor the Emerald City to find the I of Ox who she waa promised 4 4Tnlght find a way to eend her back to Kansas Dorothy released a ICftCtOWta giving him Ute He was nc brain and atarted with her to I rthewizard to get them The scarecrow toldr his history They met a tin wood t f man who lenaed for a heart lie also t Joined them They came upon a terriblesI ft lion The lion confessed r I t ar HO decided to accompantthem to the Wizard of Otol crow In the raft became lm PaleduponhlspolotnthemkldleOtthe rtver The adarecrow was reacu friendly stnrW They entered a poppy reid which caused Dorothy to fills asleep The scarecrow and tin woodman leIcuec1her and her dog from the deadly I t t Jbwera ThUon fell asleep and elnlt too bWwt to Utt was left On the search tort I I 1 the road of yellow brick which led to the I Rnerald City they met a wild cat and f field mica woodman killed the wildtiat Tile queen muse became f8be cent thousands ot her mice subjects draw the lion away from the poppy y bW i Held Dorothy awoke from her Ipns tS sleep They started again on the Enter a tc aid Clty road They came to a tenet s I a Tj2 painted green Them were tanners ofa en houses of green and people drettled In green It wee the Land of Ot They t met the guardian of the rates He de iPt scribed the power of the WIzard of Ox tiiI I All put on apectacles as tho bright q M anti glory of Emerald City blinded Hwm The wizard decided to recolv one at the party each day All were put In z r treen rooms Dorothy went to the throne I room In a chair sparkling with emerr I 1 Aids she beheld an enormous head with I out body legs or arms bigger than thel Itg4ntr am Oi the great and a head z told her that I Si when she killed the wicked witch of the 1Sut he would rend her home The scare 4mw admItted to the presence a beau lady who said she wu the wizard ifrwa promised brains when he killed the t i witch The woodman beheld a terrible t bloaat with a head of a rhinoceros and IV8eyN rhcwtzard a I 4 aeart the witch The ir aw p ball of nre and a Vole from l I5Ute object promised him courage If he Ie lew the witch The search commenced rce rite witch saw the party when It entered h t her domain and caU3eda paclo of wolves I It to attack It Tho woodman killed the scareIpatched next but the woodman recoivedI j Finally winged monkeys took- P oner and onveyed them to Itd Dorothy threw water on t witch destroying her Dor I T4ed the hop woodman and L eaff ew he found a eha11Dedicoldon e 11NP altllfiarte4 tackI 11 i fIa8te toi iSh uBedthecup to call the c wIiieioMceyV who took them to the IIc cups story jl J4 lo1liidlcoverel the wizard etkez r fue S1te ltory tElliXvc etl I t 111fe t toe b LSTttiIl I1 t myself who tie Af 4 Be t 4 i I If I1Jioani myself and kcepthc gOod people ho1sy I ordered tbetA 1 I fi b I4U11sclttaD Diy palace and 7 theg44 It eli iUlagi ld1e1lrhen q 1 eeiita 1tYwa so green I l Sea x call it the Era- ThiMeQy Win Ieniuit ftt ceea ipectaclea on all- S tfIe Ce Uiat eyer7thlng they i 1 k W eylgheregreen I k 4 PHOt1vk1 i NO = thantnIancgel city I rt iepHed 0s1J twJ you ear gteen SI f Coiirs ieveijkIBg fftleelook8greentoou The J i i a4 y built great many to I jeia aofotI W a young an 1 BH b4loon brougbt me here t t ei aerypd man now Buk t r peoD4 Hveworagreenglaa J p rtua 8 taZtla most oZ them 1 t tbtflkItt1Iy Ii aajaiea1d CItr and JJt1cetaInly 1e a beauUful p1ico f 1 hounpg jewIa and prectoue fJr Ii1 ietk nd1eyery goI tlijhg tat It 5A t k On8 P1 biit r the bl drtht toi ef f k e but ever since this p1act wMbii1I1vX harshi4myse1fub and t 3 J1 r I I rgrereetfeartl was ttt tt s magtciLl I f tA tJ 111 Bqn found out5dM re11 able todc 1 1 e If t I thtage Th efee tour 1 t i1athll conntry theY loy J L wkollvIn t1ieNlrth r i tIIjHJia taad Weat For qItI tM g the North 0r were gcod anJoiweyl t IaMai 1i W1t Ipr qtlIlw sureIy have de tI 1 7011r iit was I iiyed in dead 1 r r ii p maay years s l Isbee itlei1aed lwaa i 5brd JGRT ad tallea eaa e t Wl 4 tlM Jut Wkei I 4 JC d 1Ho n1 BC U prem a 3 tMS1t5 yea weuld only do 4aftw iker Wltohbut ii- f w t 1h Yft II t rl iLf7c ed beef keep aa a c4L II i1 A bt eit a Yrbad man o1t M4Doeot1 o i 1 f 1f RIr AoveryrarfJITb WIzardg t A I ft frJo i J iebrains asJei I t fr IlireCrOWa rV I the f7 j 5Yo ot d tkern You ar l t I dayA bab- yi J 11M tt d eatknow ma- cIIII i I cr i API u1 oy tItl tr thi t t J 1 i1KotaiP t the 3oner 7o Iiirttdaet 7 7 Idltkett4ti i 7 Pv braI t paa J r jfr jS t l1r tiItn to J ifiII k f Ii Hf r r rit 9 f ri i roJ t 01 t L 1 4to f r l t s v 0 it 4J U 1 = 1+ Jltt1 J t i IaYJ f v f I 4 The false wizard looked at him carefully Well he said with a sigh Im ot much of a magician as I said but f you will come to me tomorrow morning I will stun your head with rains I cannot tell you how to use however you must find that out for yourself Oh thank you thank you cried the Scarecrow Ill find a way to use never fear But how about my courage asked the Lion anxiously You have plenty of courage I am ure answered Oz All you need is confidence in yourself There is ho living thing that Is not afraid when It faces danger True courage is in facing danger when you are afraid and that kind of courage you have In plenty Perhaps I have but Im scared just the same said the Lion I shall really be very unhappy unless you ive me the sort of courage that ono forget he Is afraid Very well I will give you that sort J That V Prtof That He Is tcesrage tomorrow replied Oz Sow about tny heart asked the Tin Wodma iIWhy as for that answered Oz T think you are wrong to wlmt a heart It makes most people unhappy It yoa only knew lt you are In luck sot to have a heart rlatBluBt be a matter of opinion saId the Tin Woodman For my part 1 will rall the unhappiness wlth out a murmur If you will give me ther heart Very well answered Oz meekly Come to me tomorrow and you shall have ifheart 1 have played Wizard for 80 many years that I may as well continue the part a little longer And now said DotqthY how am I to getback to Kansas WeshaiiiAve to thlnfa about ihatV replied the little mw1lve rae two or three days to cbnBlder the matter and Ill try to find a way to carry you 6verthe desert Jn the meantime you IshaUaIbe treated as my Iguests and wa51eyoujltvejin ihejiaiace my people wlll wait upon you and obey your slightest wish There is only one thins I asjt la return for my help ueK ajg It is Ypimist keep myve cfet and toll no one I am a humbug fliey agreed to say nothing pi whatr theyhad learned and went their rooms in high spirits EyenDor pthyinaad hope that The Great and Terrible Humbug as she called him jirpuid fled a way to BuncTher back to Kansas and lf he did that she was willing to forgive him everything CHAPXVIA iCt ithGreatNextmqrnlngthp 8Scarecrow said to Jfriends Cbmgratulate me V liaai going to Oz to got inybralns at last When I return I shall bias oth WI litH re I bays always liked you as you were ut Dorothy simply 1 It is kind of you to like a Scare erQii ke replied But surely will think more bt me when yoniheif the splendid thoughts my new brain Is going to turn put Then hesaic goodby to them all ma cheerful voice and went to the throne room ewbre he rapped upon the door Come la said Os The Scarecrow went In and found the m n down by the deeplthoughLI rer marked tjie Scarecrow a little un easily Ok yei sit down In that chair p1ea5e reUied pr You nJust ex t iITf fKJ iIl iftIt Jt9use me for taking your head off but t shall have to do it in order to put your brains In their proper place Thats all right said the Scare crow You are quite welcome to take my head off as long as It will bo a bettor one when you put it on again So the Wizard unfastened his head and emptied out the straw Then be entered the back rooift and took up a measure of bran which he mixed with a great many pins and needles Hav lag shaken them together thoroughly he filted the tOl ot the Scarecrows head with the mixture antI stuffed tho rest of the space with straw to hold It In place When ho had fastened tho Scarecrows head on his body again he said to him Hereafter you will be a great man for I have given you a lot of brannew brainsSThe Scarecrow was both pleased and proud at th fulfillment of his greatest wish rnfi having thanked Oz warmly ho went back to his friends Dorothy looked at him curiously His head was quite bulging out at the top with brains How do you fed 1 she asked- I feel wise indeed he answered earnestly When I get used to my brains I shall know everything Why are those needles sand pins sticking out ot your bead asked the Tin Woodman That is proof that he is sharp remarked the Lion Well I must 50 to Oz and get my heart said the Woodman So he walked to the throne room and kftocked at the door Come In called Oz and the Wood man entered aid said I have comofor my heart Very well answered the little man But I shil have to cut a hole in your breast so I can put your heart in the right place I hope it wont hurt youH Oh no answered tho Woodman I shall not feel U at all So Oz brought a pair of tinnersI shears and cut a small square hole in Sharp Remarked the Lion the left side of the Tin Woodman breast Then going to a chest tot drawers he took out a pretty heart made entirely of silk and stuffed with sawdust Isnt It a beauty he asked 4It is Indeed replied the Wood man who was greatly pleased But Is itft kind hearty Oh very answered Oz He put the heart in the Woodmans breast and then replaced the square of tin soldering it neatly together where it- hadbeoncut t There said he now you have a heart that any man might be proud x f Im sorry I had to put n patch on your breast but it really couldnt be helped Never mind theVpatch exclaimed the happy Woodman lam v ry grateful to yotf and shall never forgot your kindness Dont speak of It replied Qz 1 Thent1eTln Woodman went back to his friends who wished him every Joy on account of his good fortune The Lion now walked to the throne room and knocked nt the door Cpme Insald Oz T have come for my courage an nounced the Lion entering ihorouia Very well answered thee mantor will get it tar you llttldHe went to a cupboard and tip toa high shelf took down a green bottle the contents of which he poured Into a greengold dish buttfully carved Placing thts before the Cowardly Lon who sniffed at tasIf he did not like it the Wizard said IB Uasked the Lion Well answered Oz If it were inside ot you It wduld be courage You know of course that courage is always Inside one so that this really cannot be called courage until you have swallowed it Therefore I ad vise you todr1nkltas soon aa pos sible The Lion hesitated no longer but drank ill the dish was empty How do you feet noWtasked Or Full of courage replied the Lion who went Joyfully back to his friends to tell them of his good fortune iOz left to himself smiled to think of his success In giviug the Scarecrow Land the Tin Woodman and the Lion exactly what they thought the wanted How dan I help being a 1iuiibughe said when Jill th sepeo plo make me do things that everybody knows cant be done It was easy to make the Scarecrow and the1 Lion and the Woodman happy because they Imagined could do anything But It wll take more than lwaginationtq- carry Dorothy back to Kansas and Tm sure I dont know how It can bt done TO BE CONTINUED I t i j Is 1 ifI 1 tJIKt 7 J J 1 LOCALOPflONt HARD HIT SENAT REFERS BILL TO COMMITTEE ON RELIGION AND MORALSI MEMBERS a OF WHICH ARE HOSTILE First Scrap Over Dog Tax Law Re suits When Bill Is Offered In Houset by Representative Welch the ActeIt FnNJtFOBT KT The county unit local option exten sion bill probably tho most Important bill to come beforb tho present legis Injure and by the passage of which its friends hope to extend prohibition In the state received what probably will prove a death blow In the senate when President Pro Tern Linn referred the bill to the committee on religion and morals Members of this committee are opposed to tho bill and will report unfavorably on it it 13 be lIeved It this happens a twothirds vote will bo required to bring the bill before the senate and friends of the bill admll can not control so majorityThe I the bill Flight On Dqg Tax Law Tho first scrap over the dog tax law dovelopewhn1r Welch Introduced a bill lm- repealing gotot statutes said th gone to Mr W Kentucl Reid sej were n t merits i vote th tee on I 4 A st a resolj I Ing on Henry the mv t adjoun proven1 1 olutlonSpe sent fi toord I by th orpr er of I those house lChi seen ernOr i Uvell beJ Ch- name zepor C 1IIdt lsu inenti unIJ pron judlel bill apprq man cline peranj If thl temp a whlcl Bonatj opt aessioi dence acute ona indeflii ThIsi 1Lparley demac bio n Votes a over i t Fort person m tmrislng to a jueatlqn JrPIBonai rivilego 8311111131110 It was tlmo the senator from BoutI bon Hr Thomas and the democrats with him on the option qiiestlon stop ped the assaults being made on the time of the feople of the common jveagh who sent theta here Senator ThomaB rcsirottdoa hotly and made a point of tffder against Mr Eaton Tee latter apologized f The unit supporters attempted to in dicate the hour ot adjournment but President Pro Tern JUnn ruled thorn out of order Senator Thomas insist ed that Presdent Linn was wrong and the latter finally admitted that he was An appeal was taken by Senator Watkins from one or the rulings of the president but the latter was sustained Finally a moliontto adjourn was forced on rollcall and adjournment was ordered There Is much bitter feeling Over the option measufe anti it has abso lutely tied up legislation 4n the sen ate as fifteen days nave passed and not a single bill has been sent toa committee aP 4 Senator N gel int4ceda bill Bmending tho charter of secondclass cities with reference to the water sup v Missouri A cofSt Loul51hopes to secure entries of prominent collese relay teams east and west which tWin feature indoor athletic meet to be held the middle of March Americus tins Schoenlelni the heavyweight wrestler is president of a new Baltimqo boxing and wrestling club incorporated in Annapolis An tnernat nal winter sports exhi bition has len openodat Trl ors Germany H will remain open until February 2W 4 r I YS r Itit 1 try rJ p ly and giving sad city where It wns the waterworks the right to fur ish water to neighboring cities and owns It Is an enabling pct for New port APPROVES OF CANTRILL Amendment Proposed to Sherman Law Hat Indorsement of Russell In tho house Mr Russell introduced resolution expressing approval of tho amendment to the Sherman anti trust law as introduced by Congressman Campbell CantriJl Mr Russell explained the resolution and stated the federal amendment referred o looked to tho protection of laborers combine to protect their inter sts either in the field or In the city has especial reference he said to tho protection of the tobacco growers against the trusts Tho resolution calls on tho senators and representatives from Kentucky to support the amendment Mr Zimmerman In see ending tho resolution spoke at con siderable length in favor of it He said the Burley society seeks only the maintenance of fair prices Mr Creco llus lnv seconding the resolution resorted to verse Mr Duffy of Harrison said that he believed those speaking in favor of the Resolution did not have the proper conception of the constitution He said justice requires that the Sher than antitrust law should stand as its or be repealed He said he did not favor legislation for any certain class farmers or otherwise There should be no discrimination In favor f laborers farmers ricn men or any one else y asked Do you want toe consumer between two American Tobacco Co and f society merman again spoke and tobacco growers are only e rights guaranteed them by jtutlon and by God Mr I Jefferson said that the res is the democratic ring He in the resolution Mr fTrisg said he halls from patch where four years ago a brs were struggling to live ers organized tor protection prosIThe was ers For Whipping Post 5theuniquo bills likely to be e 1 in the house Is one estnb whipping post in Kentucky f Is to be Introduced by Rob irris representative front the nd Ninth wards Louisville lU riU provide that this kind Iment shall be meted out to Jrs and persons found guilty t rceny he said I have not looted the bill as yet but I Jill be ready for introduction number of lashes to be I to a person found guilty tine or petit larceny shall ned by the trial judge shut il1jboalJed uponjO admirf- thtpping I have yetd t t tJrtelaflIbIlithaIatiicir1dingjqL 4Itbankesan Tlti- migpreare4by JJcilait ifij be 1ed ce wiIlprov1de thatftheetatoe- ntucky be examined twice Jd that each of the proposed t examiners1 shall receivqau lyX2OOQ a year Inqluainr sxpehses The bill also will at each state bank beas prbportlon to its capital stir indlvldcd profits this money In covering the expense at the office of state bank ex i a hitch in the preparation however Tnlahaa to do shall appoint the four slate nlners provided1 the bill la LrnorWan Patronage llson it Is saidwanisthe vide that the governor shall naming of the four state liners while othrs are of ion thatthls patronage fT8gTven to the secrEt of state1 An argument in favor of this is that with the office of state bank ex aminer under tho supervision of tho secretary of state the need of creat ing a deportment of stafe bank exam iner will bo obviated This of courses would lessen the expense attached to tho office of state bank examiner A similar bill to the one which is being prepared by Dr Ben L Bruher was Introduced during the last session of the legislature It failed of passage principally It is said becauSe ot the money panic on at that time A ma jority of the bankers of Kentucky are said to favor the bill at this time Kentucky is ono of but three states the union that has not a state bank examiner It is said Railroad Commission to Meet Feb 3 The Kentucky Railroad Commission will meet at the Gait house Louis ville February 3 1910 to hear sugges tions from shippers In regard to a code of demurrage rules for Kentucky I Jesse Westergaard the giant Dan ish wrestler from Des Moines has received a request from Jack Johnson to assist In his tfalning for his contest with Jim Jeffries on July 4 Meek Dunbar a wellknown East ern bowler Is now located in Balti more The Baltimore Tourney Com mittee has SIVen out a contract for 13 alleys on which the national cham I1l0nshlpwl1100 rolled commencing on April 11 x Princeto7Aseko crosscountry running ct i candidates for the 1910 Germanj o able to take alrshv erlln to Potsdam I jf K et BEEF TRUST nllllE THREE FORMS OF INDICTMENT ARE READY FOR USE THIRTY SUBPOENAS PREPARED Most of these Writs Are for Employes of the National Packing Co Which Is Aimed at In Particular by the Government Chicago llLon the eve of tho gov ernments actual attack on Ihe beef trust District Attorney Edwin w Sims is considering the forms of in dictments ho will seek against indi viduals and corporations pointed out In the evidence on hand That he mightbe prepared for any emergency Mr Sims decided on three forms of Indictment to cover everiIphase of the evidence to be submitted to the grand jury Mr Sims discussed the cases at length with his chief assistant James H Wllkerson with Robert W Child the grand jury expert of the district at torneys office find with William R Medaris who is especially detained on tho beef inquiry by the department of Justice at Washington Nearly 30 subpoenas for witnesses to appear before the grand Jury were prepared Most of these writs are for employes of the National Packing Co which is aimed at in particular by the government and those ot prime Im portance y be served by deputies in the office of United States Marshal Luman T Hoy- ALIJANCE OFBIG IMPORTERS And Federal Officials Shown by Latest Probe of Customs Frauds New Yorkf Three federal ofcials ano of them in a highly important po dtion in Washington axe Involved In the most sensational charges that have been mado in connection with OMtoms frauds since Richard Parr stannationwide inquiry by his discovery 3f the little steel spring in the sugar trust ftcnlea r These men will be hit when a fed eral grand jury which la now in see don at Now Orleans reports findings regarding a new series of fauds that is under investigation there Piecemeal indictments will not be returned in this case it is asserted end all the persons under suspicion from the man higher up who Is tao Washington official to the least em ploye of the government and the 4fn porters themselvesl w1llbitplacedoa the defensive at UlsVuce time f The list of defendants will Inchite i It18 declared tlsutWashIgLon oflkfil- it least t ofedlai oflBclaW in Nw foR ls tNwOtietuisjrtlt Wonembersofa fln o- ftinportersnhe chief clerk of tha arm affect dj l1 t onapiracy iad mQern- eet sad c to bir I4ti t rTa5rsugva4 Jell e tl ury rh ndaklleer of thIet agaInstwhom ony basbes1vea have uetiotoss of hv4 e1 thoaMs GrGOl- atSi to theVe iment l fLOODS INS LiThERN EUROPE t All Records Broken In Amount efj bamafleDoneiOyerya TerrItory t PartsNearly tho whole ofSouthern Europe is experiencing recordbreaiv tng floods which already rtaavv wrought Incalculable damage tad caused considerable loss of life Reportsifrom SpalnlWy Germany tho Levapt sndall or France eU of much deTastatibnfby the end IPTJ rains and iinUtidnllois In say rac or the Riviera and in Italy American tourists arc maroon ed by the rising waters aadv the crlp pled railway service The floods In France exceed nil rec wdaVand are fast assuming the pro portions of a national disaster In the north east and west hundreds are homeless Although It is Impossible to esti mate the damage It will be very great Rescued by Bravo Skipper Edgartown Mass After being lash ed tothO rigging for 10 hours Capt Haskell Mrs Haskell and 13 members of the crew of the slxmasor Ucrtle B CrQwleyo were rescued by the bravery1 of Skipper Jackson Hotel Dectroyed by Fire Hot Springs ArkThe New Wa verly hotel and bathhouse in this city were destroyed bytlre Although there were many thrilling escapes from death all ot the 92 guests es caped uninjured Cuba on Verge of Crisis- SantiagoBisiiop Warren Candler rJsitlng missions of the Southern Moth odist church here saosthe island Is on the verge of a crisis The budget for the year totals 933000000 making the taxes over 40 per capita Died in Squalid Room Kansas City MoWith his head pillowed ona Cash box containing 30000 worth of negotiable securities Oscar Schoen 70 a retired shoemaker was found dead in bed In a squalid room here Invited to Visit Cincinnati Cincinnati OAdni George Dewey hero of the battle of Manila bay has been Invited to visit Cincinnati ot May I the 12th anniversary of that memor able battle and he has conditionally aixepted The condition la that hi will be here if his health permits Manchester OAdjLGOn Wey Vrechtj Gen B V Runklw U S A retired and Maj Charles Becht Frist regiment mustered in Company L First regiment Tho new orguniratlot have a complonsest ot 80 men TT j icH tII t tra Z t- y j 1t rf ffi tii if t I fri eiV- StateNmIIIpf Lt t jCzo t j dil tTUBERCULOUSCATTLE if VfNew York State Veterinarian Charged iF With Having Sold Unsound Cows c Lexington Ky Stanley Milward ki j the local member of the board of con trol of charitable Institutions of thisIstate has gone to New York to lodge a charge against tho Now York state veterinarian As purchasing agent for the board of control in the dairy de s 4Milward 1 milch cows front herds in New York A certificate of absolute soundness for t i each of these cows was given by the New York state veterinarian Uponi e their arrival in Kentucky thq cows were distributed among the asylums where they were recently examined It was found that 24 of the 74 were af fected with tuberculosis Milward loWIcharges that the New York state vet erinarian permitted the sale of these cows without a suffideat test end intends to tJrasbthe matter out with New York state officials He expects fto secure from the state of New yorkftpayment for the cattle that rstroyed after It was found that iheyv were diseased 1i LICENSE FEE OF 1000 UNFAIR 1 Court of Appeals Decides License toI r t jVloney Lenders l s Prohibitive tJ I Frankfort KyThe Judgment ofi f the criminal division of the Jefferson i county court was affirmed by the court of appeals in two cues of the city of LoulBvllle against F R Pooley t 1 The lower conrt held tltutkm81i 4 Sections 63 and 64 of the license ordi i lnance of Lonlsvllle providing a ilceBse of ltOOO a year on the buslnesa of r1 J i loaning money on chattel 1DIOrlg8 eliassignment of salaries etc 1 court hero says that while the quesv i Urns of a license tee hi ordinarily a 1jquestion for tho taxing power this rule Is subject to the limitation that 1the tax imposed should not amount to ta prohibition of any useful or legiti Jimate occupation In the case at is sue the court holds a HOOO license Jirt unreasonable oppressive and prohib j litlve i i ikt f SEEK NEW DEMURRAGE RULE Interested Shippers AreAsked to At tend Mcetin of State aiIroad 1 Commission In Louis1lt JFrankfort KyyrChfdman AT St o at leI has called meeting of the state Ji f t Railroad Cozmnisetpn to tie held in touisvillo oa Felx at which tImer e carserviceund demurrage complaints 0 j JrIf1ifbrested r and IIJIRUol1SI new demur 1 = f I1Itfose4 tq take oue aioaaIbei Imetbe 1IIIIiiiit t tSbIO tWeOW t4 tntiaY 11 t1iZt- o1i J- Itf tiI J p4istrameg CT y 1r ace WWOaI r CltNUAr T5 J t lenin VII 1t J Vt J1recL CothjmKyAbriaaWaeda1 oftI Lr2ooOfor nCUOBaJ perpusee wa- awarded A CarilegIkfl ro Pund t t11rto Anthony 3 chu 4 meT of this city er b4sreeeie otJN II ward Yang a Oyer4VDor frofB k drowning lm the Oaio TirAifct If 1i 1909 at Dayton Kyi ifteji he hAl t been run down by the Jrte4m r Iftai Queen 1 r1 JOaJniP y Th inslual t cpnTcntion of the TnetatetIHalBeas Dealers association wee a close in a bIg banquet at thIeiX nIyule bteI PHBald oC Leu villa was elected president CMrl Bchell of ClnciiiMrtl vice president i for Ohio and Harry Prank p Jeffer j j t sonville sscretary ri c j t Georgetown KyChalee PRObit J y tion who was arrested jtore twice i r tf I one day on the charge otforgary OHC liion a Frankfort Ky bank ai again f 4ion a Springfield Mo bank was re to thelatter place m geof tl t Sheriff Connelly of that city and De V f- TV tectlyeAppegateof The National 2 If O t Bankers association fI j lexington Ky Circuit ouriBallUrjt ir George A Farra has placed the ban f on the reading of newspapers during f itthe sessions of the court and he has been sustained la Us onlr by Judge Watts ParkeraLexington XyA eetiDgOUOCalj 1 i r dog fanciers preliminary to the organi fW i zation of a kennel dub wits the idea of holding a dog show here annurIl1 tl r iIDtendedApril Lexington Ky Fearing an attack by night riders by whombe had been J warned William Borer aL tobaqcb f J iI grower of Harrison counVt asked the sheriff to protect him while hauling tobacco to Two de ib sherIffs went to tJa aidJaJt tLouisville KyA petition signed I 1 by 1000 employes In the woodwork 1t f lug department of the Louisville Nashville shops hero was presented t to the ompan asking a 10 per cent lincrease In wages owing to the lix creased post of living J si Rn Paducah KyW S iathew iCoi aS r ot Louisville Ky has purchased near Jly iOO14y I The salo Included all thf tobacco that r4t bad been pooled andtbi aiQabont ff f t r WWI pounds it J lli fi ItI Ta5i 7f I 4j I t z- ViS jf I r L N y LL OUTlo Kf PUBLISHED WEEKLY b k PYINGSVILLEI leT ca PO J Entered according to Act of t Congress at the Owingsvillc I I r Postoflice as secondc1a s Imattr tS 1r TIlE OUTLOOKS subscription r rates are as follows ltS q One year One Dolar cr Six months Sixty Cents Three months Thirtyfive Cents i No commissions allowed any Lwy on subsriptibns 44z s Subscribers desiring a change I tkttjof address should give previous when writing e Corrcsnon lcnts should always d pet their items to us not later 3f than Monday if possible when out mention it on astationery II sep paper I News matter of general inter lp st is welcomed bring it to us S s wtholt delayif you wIsh Itm serted VAdvertisers wishing a change I Soil or discontinuance of adshould 01 inform iis the week previous to I aIt pubhcahonday A ress a communications to 2 lJoiINW HONAKEROwi gsville f tt = r i Ji j t THURSDAY JAN Zi 1910 r z e jCORREsrONDENCE a I 4 JI z i Correspondents MUST get their 4 t items to us Monday if they ex I I t Iect them to be printed And please remOmber that visits be I I s tween neighbors are not news v ki Upper Flat Creek J The hens in this vicinity are p Cf 4 outon a striket 1 0 f Robert Zault colored bought a 250pound brooit sbw of Stone r IS Coyla at lOc per poundi i Veqlittlet acco remains tot u I 1 tka 1 r Wyoming 4 totI Iomu lrou or rhIf l JaJnes Gregory sbl3 one crop of tobacco to John Coyle at 14Jc it tbSnedeSt so1amuletoTb 1 YShnjut for 140 L5Iiss Ohio Van1andirihamconI ii i1es poorly I t Tobaccothipping is iUtov r L3ncighborhoo 4 t 5S F i i rYWtedhi PJ S s 0 J J 4 Q A Wliit di here last r i issickq a iS 1SS Jtt fJ l b went to Salt I LikS Je his father L5hoi iisickr I4 k Miwes anctzettaJ vikiternofweekIJ Friday E j night forVirginia to e1af jf1t tives t4 d DivefpharidierwasatWinchest tet we on ness l 1 There wis a ihcidog killed a x b keie lastweek 44 J P4rJeywilthaye a sale a foi jgicicw imm diately Y F E Wood bought J DTtr i It 1 f J s firm for1200 jr r jlt Torn Rgaiindwifearevisit tnring 9 t ASlittle daughterof Jack Mc 1p 5 Car Jlsqulte sick j 1 y z OyrrfoHitt f4 a 0 1 y GeoSwjuisfof Loveland Ky J1camejn Sunday to visit his home folks ts 4 Misses Willye Griggs of Pine 5A JvilIe who is here on a visit and JffEtbelSwarts JlIJeaveMonday for Richmond to attend school i SAi NC H Swarts wife and little i t sol 9rge Neal after a visit to Irt t1 relativeshere returned to theIr t t home at Pineville Monday t t t SI Delayed l t k Mrs John Kincaid of Roth I ttV Welis visiting her daughter MrJWPenix b1JcP The Christian Church has P ganizedaC E Society and will ttHp i meetevery Sunday at 230pm 1 M Pete Pergrem has i e turn ed prisonai MtsslAzzieSwartshasieturnec atrtC j yherccnieinMiss Griggaiid jrJ t M trMJBoSWartsand1itt1E F lr on GeorgiNea 4 fulfJf i1 iii MrsMaggiWarren closed her jtl1 1 d achppl at Sour Spring Friday g Yi4o Mrs harles JCJbvyns of West f4t t Virginia is visiting friendshere i2 r1bS f t i Saylubt always what yoii know bitalwysknow what you say 4IC P 4 Ioj tl ifjor JwIO h iyri f1 y flO rrt SS tfjJt 11fd J J Vi I Itij a Ntj K LA4 J 1i oil X IJO tr h r J r Ji J I f 1 tN Jl 11 JC Jjo r J 7 4 t 5t rtS i itCaf I 4 oJ JJo 4 t tIr 4 4 J t 1 J J f il J y Jp 1 IJ J ftf 4J4Shcrburnc The weather contnucs very bad with pknty of snow and rain Several farncrs are delivering their tobacco to T G Dauglwrty at Mt Sterling Mrs Kate McKee of Tilton visited her brother W W Peck Wednesday and Thursday John P COllIver of Hale Mo spent Tuesday night with Dr McClure and family The little son of Charles Horn back who has been quite sick is improving A F Stephens of East Fork bought Albert Wilsons farm near Bethel for 13000 possesion toIbe given March 1 H W Haughey and wife went to Indiana this week with idea of buying a farm theI A Mr Young of Nepton here Friday for the purpose of organizing a K P Lodge Moores Forrv Mrs Sarah Ham returned to her home at Colfax Wednesday after a two weeks visit with her jEdgartwo shoats for 16 Rollie Jones and familyof Salt Lick are visiting Albert Shrout and wife J E Johnson and wife of Salt Lickspent a few days on their farm which they ecentlysoldI J E Johnson garHighley for 12 Jack Rice bought pair of mules of the Moore brothers for loo Sollie Rallston bought a pair of CaSSLLVforMrs Chas Baker is ori the sick list this week Elder Cassity was called to the bedside of his uncle Robt Cassi ty near Farmers Clay Otis closed his school near Olympian Springs Jan 20 improvingWe Upper PricklY Ash v Mrs Walter Harper son Kelly and Misses Walter Mae and Eliz abeth Ratliffvof Owingsvillevis familySunayT J Carr and son William of near Mt Sterling were guests nightlastw spoutSunday1PI ydr J t BoirJrie8 and wife vwitedreW I tttVrq hite OakrrSatqrday i at n udQ idvisited I Martfia1u y anf family f aturday and Sunday witeofCarlisleand wife from Saturday till 3Ion d NunleyEvermanbought Thos s farm or2000 and Wni Evjermaris 4 acres f776EHamilton wife and little RoesRunone da last week Wm Everman bought 19 J acres oland of JohnSforie forli50Q j toOpsiThis winter continues to bear very mild summer does it Mr Prophet j 1hoscMcQ1ithy ofJ dyi Squire John C Trimble sold a pair of mules to Clell Foley for 325 lookingforward some relief Mrs Thomas Roberson is again seriously ill MssFannie Holman went Sat LexingthuTexaSrHolley Gillaspie visited hisgrandmother Mrs Kate Smith in Mt Sterling lastweek The following removals took place Monday Tom Sanders to toMtOdeOrmeOak Hill school district No 28 closed January 14 This school was taught by Miss Lutie Quis enberrj and her efficiency as a mannerinmanifestedinpresented medals to and placed oftStepstone Miss Artie Ragan is visiting OwingsviIle Uncle John Karrick is on the sick list SJ P Steele is very sick MaggiiGriggsofhere last week i t tJ j f tji i a t r Jf1i J ili t L tit uC Iip Blevn sold a pair of mules 10 Thomas LcClintoek of Millersburg fir 323 and one n jLeslievisiting friends here f Jesse Wilson of White Oak is MSteeleapairofnuI8toto Chas Parker for 175 J Will Carmichael and Sam BlevT differentand the other for 275 atOlympiaClaude and Chester Karrick of Salt Lick visited Jim Conley and family last week Sam Blevins and Miss Sarah Carmichael Robert Thompson and Miss Ethel Turley went to Mt Sterling Tuesday afternoon and were married Mr Blevins is a son of H D Bevins and his cm1michneldaughter of G W Turley They all good people and we wish a prosperous life- Odessa Another snow and blizzard Fri day night and Saturday which calls for strong feeding of livestock to prevent the skinningjOf dead stocbJlater M L Jones bought a pai mules of T S Shrout last we Thos B Jones and Ernest I die attended Court at Flemin burg Monday- T L Darn lI and wife wi your correspodent that they I rented rooms for the vintcr- Eustis Florida and that Jan ry 19 Mr Darnell sat in a ro without fire in his shirtslee land by n hoisted window k was still unpleasantly warm that very day we could ha t spared hima few snowballs J Frank Jones sold a 3yei old mare to S B Baileyfor D H M Butcher sold a cdwa young calf to W B Gudgell f v 65 j M L Jones has been qe poorly the past yeek James Sriedegar has been j for several days W B Gudgell lost byea coy with a young calfisupp td have been ca setibyea frozen grass Sf 1l9 WB Grayis veryill asthma n Raymond Grain sold a Chester Davis for 1SO tjrMssSallie Estill f hqlvlsltng l1er istrMis- sri l Jy J twrTSDelveri9ttobacco cvaths yye John P Colliverindsist Addle who visited relatives daysThursday father JP Colliverf nd u1ff1Movhentheywill Bale Mb l Salt LICk Jas T Goodpaster is able but agaim e r Henry Wills is still very p j The Old Fiddlers Contest be held at Campbells Hall urday night Feb 12 Fiq from all sections are cordial vited to attend Those enti the contest have no admissi t pay Price of admhision 25 15c Doors open a 7bdoc teJhngyearling mules for 340anda pair of threeyearojds for 500 Mrs James Greer of Camargo came Tuesday to visit her father Henry Wills At the Old Fiddlers contest at Salt Lick Feb 12 the first prize 5 in gold second prize 250 Several of our citizens attend ed the meeting of the Board of Supervisors at Owingsville last week The M R Church has bougftt and installed aWaterbury heater onbusinessArther Kendall who has been barberhome near Frenchburg Hamp Rawlings of Big Beaver was here Wednesday twohighasKimbrel1haSdecided to quit his poolroom on account of delicate health Richard Williams and family who had been making th home at Story Ill returned Vto their old home here Saturday Uncle iDick says there isnplace like owlsuioot1111 Henry Nicjr to- s i home lned nl I 51r t i f I il o w j if t t J r M SS4 Jd Il tS55S5 5s5r CHas Gardner left last week for Los Angeles California to make his honn IILFred 13yearold son of Tim Crook of near here was buried lIon1daymates acted as pallbearers Vci beireavedS N Sorrell has returned his place pf business aft e r QI weeks absence on account ofthe illness and death of his father Augustine Sorrell who died Jan 13 at Goddard Fleming county aged 85 years Mr Sorrellwas a member of Capt Jas Ewings company in the war with Mexico His death was caused from jaun onJyIt good brave patriotic citizen and soldier HE BIT The city man was jogging on toward the farmhouse dlivI tainin and the city man felt rather lonely Fine field over there he ten turedafter a long silence rFine grunted the driver Who owns it Old man Bitt Old man Bitt eh Who are n J n t 1 d I t I f II iSI t I+ 11 ft5 L e54 t j ir i C 5S Yo f iul V Do fy hn fora stamp oq Cl he saidi v v That fetched her Lippmc6tt THE Voasr oplT Ohfehes awful Whenever she tries to mucdersit pHlIfI wouldnt mind but she tortures it so long H MIGHT BE ANYTHING uIs your I occupation a sedentary one 14om taint nothin so hifa lutin Its just sittin own sewI in by the day Baltimore American The avarageTman spends more money on a toolish habit than he does on his wifes hats Occasionally a girl discovers afterherownheartisnt parlor ford to hire a cook After a man has been married three years his bump of hope becomes a dent reputationisabout him ncanblamemake good Men who have aclviceto give are never stingy vithlt I hji7 o 14to Jtl4 t j7ff Ci j rjft iIiII tr n the Old Germanic ii esiIcavhig Mummelsee on a tmorning yuu enter a green uudcrvtbrlil Jot hitnuige dew bcdlamond brilliance sonthwlrIl111I1I111I tlierIt 14 vasy lurt to Imagine your Ihll bail In till huarl f the old Ger wilderness la the heroii lays when Ilagcu slow Slegfrkd with IIi cowards blow The morning sun glints uix n bright spear tops among the trees and tilt wind brings snatches of rough war snags shouted by barbarian voices Your heart swells with the lust of bat lIanIworld when heroes met at the Haven 111 Schhicht Within the hour yon Cud yourself back In th twentieth century iioiig motorcars drawn up beside the hostelry at Knhestein where the Ilnhenweg drops Into the common maIt Ilaek Iorost Pathway by Frederick Van neuren Jr In Scrlbners Verdi and Dlsmarck on Titles The composer Verdi was offered rf title of nobility by King Victor Kin mauuel It was Intended that he should be created Marquis or Comic de Bus scto after the state UIHJII which he lived The composer refused the offer energetically He considered that Verdi WitS somebody and that the Marquis de Dussoto would be nobody Even Bismarck wan unable to parry a blow of thlj diameter When the young emperor broke with him he conferred upon Jilm till title of Duke if vjr Bismarck received the parchlneut with this exclamation A pretty name it will be handy for traveling incognito Some days after n parcel arrived at Varzln bearing tilt address Mine la Ducbcsre de Laiieulxiurg- Dlsmarck to whonl it was delivered being then at table arose and offering the letter to his wife remarked iron Icaily Dnehcss enchanted to make your acquaintance Faithful to His Trust I was waiting nar the elevator In time factory building for my friend to Loan down when noticed a small boy sitting In one corner of the hall hold lug n largo thick sandwich He eyed the sandwich lovingly for a long time thou he carefully lifted off the top slice of bread took out n piece of dill pickle ate It and replaced n1l ashe fore In a few seionds he rlmlhre unwed till top piece extracted a plere of pickle and a pie of ineat awl re placed the lop Again and apiln the performance wasrcpeated until nil tlia pickle and almost nil the rocatwere pone the sandwich however appear jug Intact as In the beginning Why dont you cat up your xqiid wlch anti not plk at lt In that way I askcxltho boy with some curiosity VlWhy he answered looking np jwlth prcat Innocence It apt my ComptulnWhere Women Swim Deat The Koroati women are the best swimmers In the world su du ita Kunrd TTlic Koreiii pearl dying l fta their hands They swimthey 14 nt boat they Sjvlsn out to thQ plrl 1sb crloa of QUi iart IGInj baskets 4jIb 4iiera After this swim of lialfnn Sour they dive down fift1eetmipd fetch up iuccr one filwlled ixsarl oystcrirnf1 big aa babies lbIJdcUU their najfkqts cork1ltoklcfour hrs worl they swim back home with their catch The big one shelled oysters are valuable as pearl mines and ns food too A halt dozen Koreans will sit down to an Oyster ns piyly as you pr I sit down to a broiled lobster Sometimes when the great shellfish Is eaten raw It quivers mind moans slightly as the knife Is plunged Into It Philadelphia Bulletin The Man and the Lien 1romq1I0nltried sitting down and staring at him hs 1 had no veapons How did It work asked his jmpanlou Perfectly The lion didnt even of fer to touch tneiStrange How do ybijillcxnint for It Ic Yell sometimes Ive thought ltwhs because I sat down on n SranVh of very tall trep f VryQueer JIy husband hUll been out late every evening this week attending Important club JueipsY- es sohs jntie They belong to tlftrjame ciiiUiyou know Whv haw ineer My husband says he hasnt seen your husband luslx months CIevelandLeader Tho Way She Dreasod Him Wluif do you want to be when you grow imir was asked of n small boy by time visitor Oh eald lia I want to be a man heIiTho Experienced F3ther AVIfe My dear the nursery needs redecorating What would you suggest for the walls HusbandCorrugated- IronWomnns Home Companion A FoodExpertS What Is a food expert Any man who am make his wages buy enough for the family table Philadelphia Ledger Kitchen Talk I suppose said the Lemon to time Nutmeg that you were very much hurt when time cook announced that the did not intend to ue you for flavor Ing the puddingSOn time contrary retorted the Nutmeg It was a grate rellQf Ealtl learn A merIc Cud grants liberty only to those who iOlotnnd aiM always roadyto guard ind dcf eaJI It Vcbster 5 Jf 7 J A v 4vr ri f is C rc to y f 40- r J flftTO f I4O 4 1 J 0S t P jIj jUthL 4 Ji p f r Y S f t fS r r = Ii ft 2 rfWhy not lqyc TH1d A c We Cn do JtaSfwell ig have it done e1syere 51 d erede 1J 0 iI Run overt IlIS listhindc4 I t iuiLyou need t wj Letterheads Noteheads Envelopes Biilheads Statements Pamphlets f l Blank Forms of all kinds I We have both rag and bondor linen writing paper ruled i 4Weif so desired t asdeeds d Address OUTLOOK I TO OUTLOOK SUBSCRIBERS j1 tv The U S Postoffice Department expects all newspapers to ret Y quire subscriptions PAIt IN ADVANCE The general price of 1 one dollar per year for country weeklies was originally made in rV consideration of its being paid in advance It costs more now to t t make a newspaper than it did when the price of one dollar was fixed It is not profitable to the to take t iS that price if not paid in advance So every k s itI I urgent that you keep 1I J jplI When Mon Wac a Marine Anmal It was M Quintan a French phys ologlst who several years ago wrote- a irapcr to show that the colorless fluid hi which the red corpuscles of our blood Heat and which Is called the blood serum Is the same fluid us that which constituted the primeval semi Tho earliest forms of life which float Cd In the primeval sea wera uiich that the cells and tissues of which they were coustltuteU were always bathed ttlls prlnfcval fluid When slllcii lH came a constituent of the sa these animals may have coated tbenisclvci with uilldouscovcrlngs but many ol their cells were still bathed br the fluid and some Of them as they passed from the tea to thu land iahy havu soiInternal orgafia nod Ihclr utof super- ficies but still cells tboystiI batiietl them Iiv the sallnq fli Id Tb Up fp more cffrctivrly fil1iJuhorlI1ti1tiHn It Is this bleed sqaidKvhicli we about wlthus todaytb most 1ldeDt relic of the age wbeitwo were marine nulmals Jr- CliDktct ill Wlchino It is tWo 3erihaii omen wi arc uiiealcln la the presAjco of an Irish woman k r Th tqp o Ul mnn1n t yeMIs nrcttschneldcr Tla glad 1 am P we tb likes nv ye Iss yer daughther Oretchen goln t the Hill th morrow I aith air she is Veu me bye Hcln rich can inttb bay Haarse away from th plowln I tiult Ill go meant be dadSThis Is not travesty It Is n report ot German lkiieCL The rcanaer of speech came nbqut uatftrally enough When the Gerpiaivs arrived here lj full force the country was already settled large ly by Yankees mIll Irish and the Ger man had to buy his farm hera or there Thus a number of them found lucnu selves located In the town of Erin where of course they learned the lan guage of time country And I leave it to my fellow citizens in Wisconsin whether n German cannot speak as brolid anti rich a brtfjrie as any son of Erin Charles P Stewart In Atlantic FiraUec1lroe As n result of his Interesting invest gations Dr RIdgcway concludes that the smelting of Iron originated In central Europe flfll especially in thi region known as Xorlcqm iulvalent to modem Austria nod Bayarta- In EmIt It can be traced back to tbo ninth century B 0 nnd In Libya to about 4O D C First nientlon oi Its use In China goes back to 400 B C while hi Fganda It is said to have been In use only some live or six centuries Time above date for time first use ot Iron In Egypt refers to the metal ob tained by smelting The use of u- ntIe Iron In tIme form of Imeteorites dates back to remote antiquity Tho weapons made from tlAso were blv tamed like flint Implements oy chip ping And It is Interesting to remem her that recent investigations Intro shown that the trait of many meteor ites is a sort of uatural steel Old EnoUah Fin c91cllIwere keen1 on this point ot etiquette The direct accusation cost Us lid 270 the Subtle hlntts Sd 1GO Anti there was a reduction on repeti lIons Swearing too was promptly sup ZmsseciIayInoffense The flues were graduated That for a lord was SO shillings 720 for an esquire 10 shillings 210 while nil Inferlcr persons could have a fewwords for Is id SO c ht ffA njan 13 never apprecWtcd laJfJIOUJP town and ha IsudallymotIm- musu in other placesTand tjcj2iyou srcAtchison Globe X 1if Y J i l tY I1 JgJf 5 l itj C tr f S ki 1118J Carl r f t7Il IPosters Dodgers J Wr THE OWINGSVILLE X publisher subscriptions r consideration oursubscriptionpaidahead forthegcctjuttiu4r 5itft I Ctr l tHunting Par Justice Jut c is of course loudly demanded fIby ev Ty litigant lu a court of law but tIt is u frequent Infirmity of the huuwu r mind fo confuse Justice with ones owu cause The late Thomas B ICeed ae jtothis tendency1- He 1 wail oncei retlnld by au enter Jprising client to prosecute an action On talking with the plaIutirsA wit nesses Jilr heed fouuH that thelrsto Ties were far jf roin consistent so he re ported the fn lto his client and jad 9 rllenttod theattorhey he would have a ialk l or with the witnesses nnd let hIm lnow y f the nl tmorning whLthe l1n1decldJi to o1ruUto his uUrd rolll tIn bright early weniiigthie cheer lful look9fl out oho bus fouht tbSvottl t r u1e seen those wlrnessqj lie ek oi palnedand they say they inustbave 4 d45 liccn mistaken when they talked with i TtSfyou They nil see it alike now rij also seen some of th f iG tt 0 thex think t Ui snch nothing 1osewlmenr Ki i t n magn tand It It II time nail till the nail comes oilt a To keep time hands iicrfeptlycjean had white while the Move beIni ished Ictlsorae one elSe Jl IlMt it Tkcroi are chimer alleged methodif butthl5iwill prove surest The Lest way to mark an Bmbrelat g is to embroider the name of the owner fSon tim lIttle strp for fastening I when It isrolled Then the personl swipes It cue destroy the mark wlthrr out mutilating any vital part ofthVV umbrella To disgplse the tasfe ot Chstorv61i put In three drops of bitter almonds a rI bit of nsafcdlta a touch of rochelle r J salts and two drops of sulphuretted hydrogen Vr To keep red or pink or maroon or cerise nuts out ota refdgernor bulk fa trough entirely around It ana Oil the Jtrough wltn sorghum molasses or wtplq sirup or some other turin of IDUClj J lage CbJeafo News f ALong Time Dying t Mr Fred Terry told his anecdoto of the elinth scene in The Heel of 4 AShIhIesf i rp y One day lie siy so werir re l hcarslu this play and a mcEiberor my Company came In from the street and asked the call boy Low far the reShenrsal had got v x i Mr Terrys just ying Tcplteij the VMGood Vretto before iny entrance SLJ Prcsentlyfth5 actor returned anjryp- eatcd the n W still dying answered the blF1f r trBack fbiamennll tonlrrfspt the same reply from the eailjoy L Finally after smoking ayciga Y reties ho asked a llUKt wearily far the rehearsal had gone Y f caHtiojri rt gJsp a must bo ImmortalxIxmdoHL Ai 5 j swersIStaThe First Languac i Ko one of the eilsHns laiiRtiagos Jany legitimate flalni to be corisldcre5v the original Qtth family of langumgcg Jj jstanding to the others as Latin for instance 8t nc1sto Italian and FreNek jJ iOf an orglnal primitive language if mankl9dtlu most patient S und no trace All of themilisiS tsyrfttm Phoenician Hebrew tmhk iInpug disappeared Since the blstorlciifl period mali lies done little in the way of tim absolute creation of lapgniiJKJ The work had already been accowi r ipushed ages before the birth ofv writ L ten fnscrlptlbasr iCow York Amerlcia tJ i 4s j4 sSy 10f 0