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hadeslilt1 clot Prices right IF Ameroji Field fehcej barbed tiasmoofhir btik1ersh ard 00 Ey TEyRoN cV St i sr ForSle Tw hurdreditsh els Mchgau whoeodoth rcaiooilcJ i i cfJJ Tii6qjckCo U r r 7Dtpt1i a ft iqt te u8 6f nlres or endti to buy WMIe mee ICOi J 1anu i71to S7 i r t Gf aen hie own Wi U c t JIUVptUW KllIWeyouuut f furti ub 11 I f f ELATByitoN i ilost time fa pair of t tt n4ipatentstraii hp 1 4MI Dl V t J639 GOODPASTER GO rJf7ok2ida steIor bast range or kjrov housekeeping out Includinga sewing machine i wehavegot em ELATBYRQN l S HumoR AND PATHOs Be sure thseetheSpaltordsinanevening ofhufiorindrpatliosat the City fSCf9 Mcnday evening MPXh 9i 21 Cq ndNGtthe a en iftmehfs oh the lyceum plat JOlrni Go hearS them at the City l r School evening March H4 21 Admiion 85c and 25c v 3 r rC SroVEs GClLcader It 14oves andrranges White Mi ineBj Fish Brothers v ioMcCormickmowers arid ittirPerfedtz n t r u I t 1 V jrRi BROTHER o L c p iNWtMENTL The rJl jtaor1 w1l1 give one of the ipfti 4tQtt lnll geventsever 1 J n ou1city Po riot miss Jt Llorth y are most accomplished choolMarchlAq I jtI i CIn Thu SPAFFORDSGo see the l r j Spas entertainment Crt k landscapedrawinif f n n n l umenJsfirelctUtes v J i iwuljptUMk lp2thos t City Sch i March 21 tJ sv PALLING CARDS ETCIf you7 fiiBit Mythiri iri the line of steel a4P c coppsrplte printing such as p visiting w IDJrlnvlta J p tion1s ate HEOt1T i o itfpr you at city i iCpOtage and express Call and see tsattjpjles a1 rrtrf IfJW ormANKsTo the1 maiiygoadi people who so kindly dtiJjngJytre 4I turn iny hbartfelt iftiinksafid I shall ever hold them in grateful rmembrnp1vWLJJY1YERSt 1 I J 10 t J t f l11t ij t t Jfir fcr fJi lf4 eltiIJ J1lI n wl 1 J lf t i r1 9 rI i rt ift t tr S IJ Iaj 411 r1 It J i Jp4IAyiI i I + i i v c i I r re i I t p i It J t S S PERSONAL Glenn Petrywas in Louisville last w cktiMrs D S Estill went to Cin cinnati MondayV Floyd Buss and fnmny have taken a room at the Owings House Mrs L R Slesser returned from New York Tuesday noon afterII Horace L Lanes b pneuImQmn Hhis father A JV Bascom t 1DrFrank s going about now from an attack of pneumonia Mrs John It Donaldsonis on the sick list f her fam fly arc better of their illness Mrs Price of Mt Ster JudgeAweek Miss Pearl Power of Yale who has been going to school here for the past six months was called home lIondayIDawson Carpenter after a long visit to his parents N J Car penter arid wife of upper Slate Creek returned to Emmington Illinois Monday Mrs Eliza Harrisand daughters Lcllie Lee and Lottie May accompanied James Donaldson and theyillrisa familylef1 l1aketmed by their soninlaw E A Bashford and family of Peebles Phip prfia prospecting trip Burns Tackett lately returned PhilippipoIslands to his b her Clay TackettVit ftfiljersburg whom ho had not eqn in six years Burns Sas completed his second term in the tm 2arance shows tine of tTpcle Samsotr inlgi iddiscipHne l JtL ItBrothrfprIce ono 9coHo Tdbaccobedsowing made fin- eIigreslastw ek Efeayy paper forputting under aarpets heaat OUTLOOK office Prieumpnia arid grip are still making fearful havoc throughout the country meteStedpldreliab1 E L4 T BYRbN Lost 1gal oil fount for oil heater Return to E L A Tu Byron 36 A heavy frost Friday morning covered outdoors with a beautiful display of ice crystals William Atchison died near Frankfort He was a native of this county arid a brother of Mrs Evaline Atchison of this town v The paffords play a number of foreign and ancient ihstru CitySchool3536 PhmouthReggs strictly of Inghest class Address Ella sOwings illef KyPhoe1142 3538- SiELLI3INDrrtsILyou wHlgoI to the Spaffordsat the City School ltIarCh2fstyou will be uqd or convulsed with laughter Admission 35c and25cIGOOD READING Read the lit yourhomesSoaffords entertainment and you will surely go to heaf them atthe ningMSNOWPALLA heavy fall of snow Thursday mprning gave a renewed wintry cast tothe landscape but it melted nearly as fast- asitfeILan i was soon iollowed- by clearing weather REFINED ENTERTAINMENT The Spaffords give a refined en terfcainment for refined tneCitySchool21 Admission 2oc arid 35c 3536 SILK PRESS PISPLAY We will have displayed for the one day only Saturday March 19 a nice WeyiUbgoodsyCo N y 1l 4rse r J 7J II1f T 1I J f F t IJLNi1iMI 1 k e H it I JUDGE JOHN A RAMSEYS PEATH Judge John A Ramsey who was subject to periodical at tacks stomach n e y trouble for some years previous was taken down with an attack the fore part of January and t gradually grew worse his hearty becoming affected with disease All that and careful nursing couldorlnic were tried in vain and was seen to be inevitabl or more physicians we slant attendance fo1 end catneabout- Thursda Ot by idinn Chircli b 11 tSaturday Mar lil Thtc bl Slscarcelyroom people gerierally5i had cptn to pay lst eof respect distinIlivered an able testimonial to the character jnd life services of the fiulobsequies were taken charge s of r by Bath Lodge No 55 F A M The Mt Sterling Command cry of Knights Templars headed the funeral march to the Ow ingsville Cemetery Then came the members of the Masonic fraternity of Bath and other lodges the pallbearers being Pressly BarnesJ NesbittS P Thomp son Dr A W Jones C F Martin A H DAwson A T Byron GoodpasterAt imp ssive ritual of the Masonic fraternity GrandIlfaste made an address his brother irICnight Ramseys devotion j to that iier sonal friendship etc tBesides the profusion tff floral tributes by rs f l riencfetliere i were very beautifularid elrathp- ieces by the Kentucky G 2tl7IiWville Christian CfiurfchmBa J4dg No 55 FvA Mi l3ith- Home Telephone CoV Ktmsey LodgeF A M ShafBferg JKflywa the only son of Pr W W jtifir EMarthBarnesW Barnes He wasborn Dec 24 rtnsome years in Mt Sterling and a while in Lexington On Sept 14 1869 he was mar ned to Miss Bettie Worth Good paster daughter of Levi Good paster and his wife who was Miss Jane Allen Only one child was born of their uniorijWilliam Good paster who died while CQuntyJudgeof Bath Oct 21 1898Mrs Ramsey died June 29 1890 He inv thehardvare- businessherein the late sixties and carried on that business on a gradually enlarged scale ullilheacquired a iCompetericy ann reoj tired from that business in 1899 He became aM Son in young manhood and took a deep interest in the order serving as Master of Bath Lodges for a riumoerof GqudWardenLodge in 1896 From thatite was promoted annually until ho became Grand Master in 1899 serv ing the Grand Lodges CehtinnialyearP 1900 He was one of the officers in charge of the establishment arid mainte nance pf the Old Masons Home at Shelbyville Hebccamean officer of the Owingsville Ghristan Church in 1876 and was always one of the most active members in the churchs interest On tha death of his son Judge1J William G Ramsevrin was elected by the Fiscal Court County JudgetQ succeed his son for the unexpired term and ad ministered the office in a thor oughly busiriess way Judge Ramsey was eVer on the alert to take advantage 9fanyI thing1 that he thought would promote the prosperity growth andI general welfare of the town He favored the buildilntr of good rpads the establishment good schools labored to secure a rail road line of any sort to the towr and ever lent the weight of his upbuilding As President of the Owings yule Co he had charge of the cemetery Ysince com panys incorporation and took a keen personal in finprbving and beautifying it to the utmost t t LM4t l thatcsoursr Thetotj ty mourn in Ji amsey the niished and usefylc T1tIBtr5RAMSEY ThO1 h School paYs i k John A Rapey aK of their alwaystetiU eh pay higi trib bis work for the C ml1nlty E3 lTZ k of rit1lddnoy and of q died at her hornejrJ ubufb about g3oo opday March 14 NighLiec nssiuuous In their atjas did all they OP1 e her suffering it i The boayJfcMtaken Tuesday morning trie of her parents Andre CCoy1eand wii on Prickly AIha where funeral services were ieldat 8 oclock Theinlitermentgt pa rents haveU invsick for some time and noti Jytobe with their daughter h Deceasedi born sj1867 and was tPe oldest child ot her parents lfr s ters and broth rs suorvwmgrs wife of JosepLbthrarn John J Jennie wire of enjia Horseman ConycraRoseMisses Iflvah1Mary Hannah in young cumDw ses Fitpatrick th elson county VL Four c were born to them two dyinfancy The sbrviyorS ar a1n hwife of xatesheQfJjhriLcan Theriaibond bse hacthtfor p iIIfJAAI4d ijf min thien li iie lereaved- hflxthd di t and arents- ORQEM mEA ktGeop1 y agd Y ars on Lconsumptionsunday He was unthrd VHe was a On of Todd McilQy deceased AndyMariley citizen AGED Gitiz N DEAD Uncle Jimmy McQlaj1ft w1Hs96th year died ores Ferry and was buried M nday He was once a magistrhwiiinistirecinct MBS BOYD fJADMrs Eliz abeth Boyd 69 died of pneumonia atlSherburne Sun day morning andwas buried here Monday afterriopnV Further notice next JUDGE WM BECKNER DEAD Judge Wni M Beckner died at Winchester Monday He was bne of the most prominent men n the State and was a native of Bath county He was aged 69 years OUR BATH CoiwiAN WON On Friday night March 11 1910 the Phileusebiad the Philothe bia societies of feCollege of the publicdebatewas JResolve Vhat Disputes be Employees and W a g e byCompulsry1Hm Jn team the membersof AE were P R Mathews ariin N C Carpenter jidanegative sidefbi the q i and lrOVC- dthat corNpu1soyarbitration is un SOUfld1 ipra1eable esirab1e and unconstjtuti I ana In Jedadurehasmerits of these arguments they won the decision three to twp The Phil th 9ia debating team produced astroifg argument but that only addedihidre glory tolthe winners Justter les and before the decision as read the ush1ei istributed preS- ents of flowerand books to the teams and hen4e decjaipn vas read the f s members leaped forwaidiknd carried the winners from jii platformph their shouIdetYeI wcre yond great VSb jjfe cpiors flew- high Rahs weri tKft3hrqridred pxcceclinglyAfter the wth debaters were entertai w 1the Phileufee WAnnconratulate cl ercshlenW t2 t fCir c LAND SALESThe 127ace FlatIwas missioner Doggett Monday to W A Boyd and E R Berry at 113 10 per acre The 100acre Gorrell tract near Springfield Church was sold to A Sid Halt at 3525 A town lot of about one acre in the town of Sharpsburg was told to Wm Kerns for 19OC- OURT rDAY TJie weather was raw Monday with a few sriow flakes falling but there waa fairsized crowd in town and the goedtradeThmr feted + t very high prices In exitremelyhighsix work mule at 160 to SS210- aiJessewith a wagon and team throwing atOllithey were in was alsobadly dam aged SLIGHT BLAZE rhe roof of the dining room at Pr George E Triboas residence was discover ed on fire while the family was at dinner Wednesday of last week but it Was extinguished with ai few buckets of water after burn squarejburning trash in the kitchenstove YOUNG COrimENTAT0itsJer- oin S McWada in a Sunday school address at Duluth quoted oddities from a number of child rens Biblical compositions that had been submitted to him in competition for a 15 New Year price Among themDre whimsical od dities wer Manna is being pqlitejT r Jertisern suou andhbnb4b rta l ltelortnuw Theyhysc- alkd pyidderi and pbrridffilMfier Wrbcould not ea ta mucharOtm- might think The patriarch Moses never ate nothing except when there was a famine Washing ton Star GOING r S IEtHave you heard the latest auto record l o what is it An auto made an hour in 59 minutesAT1IsTAcEShcIhave just youdearrnotorCylindcr LARGE ASSJ3TANCEPo tOf fie Clerk Youve put two pen ny stamps on your letter The onepennyOld nivjr mind My sons ih the postoffice- so itll all hilp toward wages TitBits So you went into automobile racing as a paying business Well sir doesnt it raise the dustVL5 It is now a time when the boys want better clothing better fits bet te r goods newest shades pleaseTheNew York City sold by GOOPPASTER CO Owingsville Ky will filUthe bill We4invite you to look V GOODPASTER Go I t i Ji ci UGTDlTEltJrIN IHltt A 4u lu i is the best place to buy BUGGY ROBES and H0RS jj BLANKETS of all kinds Ills f Handmade Saddles and Harness tj are the best and cheapest to buy hone so good Ha jmachinemade s ddles and harness ofaH kindscheip rjer han elsewhere 1 j VULCAN PLOWS AND PLOW OINTh H always on hand I fe Mi F 7 jr j Come and jiPic I will avev oney Ian yours for the best sa es and halc5 iEWn IiHA OWINGSVILLE KY T r lHEI CKELSIgL es g TE verything for Everybody ONE PRICE TO ALL Cothcs pins 4 doz for oc Rolling pins lOc Bottle and box bluing5cAm- monia for household use 10 5c Lantern globes 5e globestlO5cCrepe Sole leather all prides Arm Hammer brandsed 7c Eagle ThistlcSodal 5c Coffee 15c Starch box Sc Big Deal soap t4cNnptha soap 5e Toilet soap Vif 10 5c School tablets 4c Box paper and envelopes 10 5c Envclqpes f 10 5 4c Shoe polish 10 8 5c Shoe brushes 10e Shoe tacks per box 2c Red and itecarpet JJ cks Ic Matting tacks 2c Hand saw files f 5 4c 8C1iCrosscritsaW fr Loans Banks V the the the fit per the he suit by Co of by TItr i f t Co 2e 40 11 10 3cb48J SOd 5c per 15 12d bits 25 Currycombs 12 51r brushes 45 Sb 10c Clotheslines lOc li overalls lj fZ handkerchiefs 10 Sc rhandkerchiefs erv I est line of queenswareiatownfc 4 Suspenders 39 25 19 rHIQHEST dASH FOREGGS MAXEY Owingri11eF 0 OWIJlgSVTI W ftI tntcmcnt Condition aiil909ir 4 LLtBU1TThB 11262972 0015011Bankmt 86822Cash4613143 517267439 for 1909 37 tJ Ve your X T The pattern newest style best the fect customer pleased when wears t handtail ored made Michaels Stern rf Rcthester New York Sold exclusive lyin Bath GOODPASTER6CQ ImJ I J to1jaugersfl5 Coatspringsj Hammers Wire pliers pincersRivets i Bolts dozen Bridle 108c Horse Mens gloves 025ct Mens COtfv Mens overcoats 119 980i Gum web lQ5 Gum belts 50325d Mens Ladies 105c PIns 3sXtra h IjmdSj PRICE PAID 0f RL RESOURCES Cajita1Stock30Oyijft r t Profits tvAC 57184i4 tpueJ J li726743SN S r Dividend Paid 8 pet cent f 2400 Total Dividends Paid 11v solicit patronage JI BDOYr1ooTCAsyig t o f4 is county ri fA tJxOt y FRUIT TREES J AND GENERAL NURSERY Sicock Cataloguefree Improved JYhitS Burley toba coil f1ongsmooth wide fine stem cures bright aftF weighs well Seed romplantSJn well isolated and pure W t9or f a i fOri Uther description pack gfet 60cilb2j pureyellovt Leamlqiand White Pent e d cnn ti bushel pure extracted honey12c a lb ClarltNIJSES iW W C Sharpsburg if Emit ii1 Orllllwllutll1 1t tLveiythiiig ioi CIlflLl LnwIl JtI i jt q Gaideii lOliImllin Strawberry pr iCa1aJ ies onA r O41=aTTsh lH4F HILLENMEYER sO t iLexinptton Kyi 4 MARBLE ANDGRNI- Monuments TE fk 1 tom tcoe 1111W 2S and o t I have an uptp date stockl idjlam in a position to make prices right Barre granitet and eJcelebrated silver marble specialty See me before buy T lag A C MARKLANP COAIJrt have forsale at my place ort Jefferspn street 4 Coal l ime Salt sand Cement BIICIC 5ifurnishKc AUSTIN BOAZ l i kJjt a t J Zi II IY I 14II A BIG WAlKOUT i I2 THREATENED WILL AFFECT ALL RAILROAD SYS I ANDtPACIFIC COAST 1 ttt i FIREMEN DEMAND ARBITRATION ot J Railroad Manager Hopes for a Peace 1 I ful Adjustment of the Matter and p Does Not Feel Slightest Apprehen l 4J it 1 sion Over Difficulty Chkago The threatened walkout of 25000 firemen on practically all the railroad systems between Chicago and i the Pacific coast reached a critical i Iatage when W S Carter president s of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginomen formally lbzoUflcd the railroads that if the entireS controversy was not submitted to ar bUM 110n a strike would be inevitable Mr Cartera letter of notification J S F I JA was indorsed by tho brotherhoods committee whlcH presents tho fire 4 o men on about 47 ralirodis west northr f west and southwest of Chicago The 1 r ktter was ecnt to W C Nixon general p I manager of the St Louis San 4 r 4wrnnc9cO railroad who is chairman t of the railroad general managers com t 0 mitteep t t1 After conferring with Mr Nixon O I L Dlckoson assistant to the president QutncySgave put state t ment t We baverooclrecl Mr Cartera let e f ter which to the laymei wiho are not 4 tHoroughly familiar with the methods ot labor organizations would appear to be omrRhatseorlous nd point toS a strike I wish to say that this la s merely ono of the methods unfortu 1p natelyJnvokcxMn conducting iuch ne thett f r leaders in calling a strike over one or two technical point We do not feel the slightest ap 4 prehension over the difficulty The t xnftnagcra In due Ume will make def 4 i s I mite answer to tho firemen commit tee and we hope for a peaceful ad rentItL I PRESIDENT TAFT t d I SHOWED DISTRESS t Feels Keenly the Eambarrastment In + i eWent to Suicide of His Brother I m y InLaw itr Jo f 4 rviWt wg Pa Wltn tiS little dls ss peesIe and toHowed by Pres t itilleBt r the Baited States TaIL aa 0 p tlttlIJ oure the body or IflflO McC Lauil1n rntU1oiaIre 1 t l to ret In Al en t o ttdA i an xlt e Sun IAI tea 1tj5 1l0t 1toWh the r flleof PlttsburgerB until reM tlWr pepsu that the SHEek ikABl xsaa Lad blown out his bw MiJ he iluorhta palace oa Weodiir raL pleesutrfJj kJiet ftei l private cai- I it ci t i Into a o to be whirled I f i y 1t te thIs lte iwotherinlaw t Tb WM a frown oi the face or 1 4 1 rh natlos chief execaUye arte- V I c i 4l i fKeettn to Ikspeoior Peter j t SCWatok beAe Plttsburg polibe force r woMneduOomcerstopreteet 1d freiu eorowcL tiY tpfll6l to the observer that ftWa alep well and tItc fcejelt fef ly the baarraMins post I I t e Miowlag attempts made here to tI Jj wacstJ tJM tre b regarding the tragic J e4 oMrLsilin1t is sserte1 the eesUaeit Ii2 JearaJt WM a case J hC f atede ntllke wa s oa tQgaw 4 d + IIfree WaMbigtoR oro tft + J1ERQICWpRKOFCONVICTS rt Wq +v 4FI ISD1srd In Penitentiary 4 t uaa fPIthuraad IsQiIickIy il hllllw Ib 1 PtI1T4 0 r Pa WhlHe 760 of the J J t- j jstL Rivenlcl peniten tI l rJ 7 srs at ael esrvioe re was S t 4e oWI te great stocking shops H t 1t sils titt4osd sos attae the4 fr pileolwas thrstened t e i I lffiikA IUsiiI t rkeei thiprtot COD Tid t I i tj iir4ersr members of t I f f fit Jvt U JMiQM Masker colonv helped 1 Jo v 8MI eIes tn check until earh7 vi 1 th4 4partment J If 4 f i beea1fer the spee4 with 2 SprMik a cbape meeting yttt convert 4 S elp aO66UftO prison would f f up lBtlrti 4i j m BMrkrtlo wa the work of con ff 1 jW itwnenJoha FraBcJa later Ii 1 Io4pri JSrasabodyand O 1 i V fC aael thee Fee thiede Owork It fs xi SOtZiheytkttheflreflghting et e not tte coavicts will be lI4ia h beektb4eie the etate pardon board fi4 1 i Wa4nVSM Danger WM5Ofla4 aa opea 1 rl warBtBg acmthera whites that I 1r t7 MI tli ni mrtHMJlUonalrea are tryng tJ e ef1 7andrace IPr tkRL tj i tt to1 lthjArthralfRoesevetIJ 67 iro Jpr XJrr8 tMLKMrt ta noW In gala 4 c rrC l aLtAr awaiting the coadng of Theo f t 1 i dees Redrorelt with the other 1 f LcI the Aaserieaa hunting enj rtJ JfiJ i i ee4IUoe is on thelaat leg fI s Sttkeieiir yIi4sc1ty Jf Zr f ltr Pirtt l EMI Pew Reported Lost Jhatlfr i V G4OM NOththZ dkaeterta i 2 i 1 r =r1WJtc eea thea feo Yv weore iot- t l 5 burled a rotafy Y Y withtbe1rv1it1irp Y 1r11 h q Ii 4 kh thtaftI S Legal GIants ri 7 ff 4 j J i the evpTDe ccurt glaTt4 i W t4y4i fStateeto 1a i U atiettt 4 i rtI3y h iq 1 lJ J tfli aiP tjJ f p fo 4 Jtt ftt r I 1or iI 140rc 4 JI O+ J 1 p t i2Jtf t t dI I 1 v + 1 I 4h I tJpeq I i t Ij ir tC 01 c J t jt rt tIjt r I 4 r o IbJt 4t J lL t4l1iJ1 t cj aj tt tJ i r BAlliNGER IS CONTRADICTED CHIEF ENGINEER OF RECLAMA TION SERVICE TESTIFIES Secretary Wanted Power Sites Restored Slowly So aa Not to At tract Public Attention Washington A P Davis chief en gineer of the reclamation service gave testimony before the Balllnger Plnchot Investigation Friday strongly against Secretary Balllnger He said Mr Balllnger bad directed him to go slowly about restoring certain power sites on public lands to the public domain so as not to attract public at tentionMr Davis declared that in prepar lug lists of lands to be restored by Secretary Ballinger he felt that ht was acting under mandatory orders from the secretary These lands had been withdrawn witness said by Secretary Garfield for the conservation of water power sljes Mr Balllnger according to Davis repeatedly gave verbal orders that lands so withdrawn should be prepared for restoration as their with drawal had been In direct violation of law and could not be sustained No written orders however were ever issuedMr Davis told in detail an interview he had with Mr Balllnger at his hotel In March last in which he criticised the conduct of the reclamation service and declared illegal the withdrawal of lorce areas of power sitesMr Pepper brought out the fact that Mr Davis In making his recommendations for restoration of the land withdrawn was acting upon the mandatory order of Secretary Bal linger This mandatory order was given orally by Mr Ballinger Of his own volition Mr Davis said he would have made no such recommendation This evidence was of especial Im portance because of the fact that Bal linger in his defense to the president stated that he acted In making these restorations upon the recommendation of thereclamatlonaervlceWashlngtonJames Garfleld former secretary of the interior testl fled Thursday before the Balllnger Pinchot investigation committee that he did not believe the 30000000 bond Insue recommended by President Taft to congress was necessary for the proper forwarding of irrigation work In the west He said this in defense of the coop erative agreements he entered Into with tyater users associations and of the reclamation certificates he sued I evidence of work performed and wlilch came to be known as Gar field currency Mf Garfield said Attorney General Wltfkersbam and president Taft did notVbave the proper facts before them when they reached opinions adverse tb the legality of the reclamation cer tificates the use of which was stopped by Mr iBaninger l BANKER PLACED r ON TRIAL r Forfrier Cashier of TIpton Ind Bank J Is Charged with Embezzling 910000- 0v ludlanapolls nCbarged with embezzling 100000 of the funds of Firat National bank of TIpton 1B4WDUmHMarkerformerlyc trial before a Jury In the United States court of this district Markers brother Noah R Marker former assistant cashier of the bank indicted Jointly with hinion the charge of complicity In the embezzler aent will have a separate trial ltorneTChJrleWMIlerln dress to the Jury said the government expected to prove in addition to the embeulement that William H Marker had misapplied thousands of dollars ot the cash ot the bank for the benefit of several persons Including himself and Oleicoll41Utreller of the treasury I KNOCK OUT COMMERCE COURT inUrataW CommIssion Substituted for Tribunal In Taft Bill by House Committee Washington The Interstate com Bwroa coaimission was substituted for the proposed court of cOrn Baerc In the administration railroad bill liy the house committee on interstate co Dr FrKeliTQe to FJrlson Detroit Mich Dr George A Frltch was sentenced to servo from 7H to 15 years In the state peniten tiary 7t Jackson for manslaughter In causing vthe death last August of May belle Millmaa of Ann Arbor Senator Daniel Stricken Daytona Fla United States Seas tor John W Daniel of Virginia was itilkea with paralysis here Wednes day fHe Is 41 a hospital and hIs physicians say he will recover If an other stroke does not follow Six Injured In a Collision Seattle WahSlx persons were injured two seriously Friday when a limited passenger train on the Puget sound electric railway ran Into a freight train at Thomas station two Ballet south of Kent 1 N free Boycott Street Cars MuBkogee Okla Negroes generally are boycotting the street cars of Huskogee as a result of the placing ptr officers on the cars to prevent trouble In enforcing the Jim Owr law Jere F Lllllt Improving Kansas City MeJere F LUlis president of the Western Exchange baSk who was assaulted by John P Cudahy then millionaire clubman con tIntiid Thursday to show Improvement la Us condition Electric Wires Start Fire PI ttsburg PaFire Thursday caused by crossing electric wires destroyed the ptsrage battev department of the Westinghouse Mtchlne Company p1Bta East PUisburjj causing iou of 175000 f I A j5A r apr t t i r tifJX i2fjf ttY I 1 r 1kCHEERS FOR RC0SEVELT AT KHARTUM Arrival of Farmer President Oc casion for Celebration in Egyptian Sudan GOVERNOR GENERALS GUEST Khartum Egyptian Sudan Theo doro Roosevelt former president of the United States accompanied by his son Kennlt and members of the party which has accompanied him through the Jungles of Africa in searchof big game arrived at Khartum Mon dayMrs Roosevelt and Miss Roosevelt ware first to greet the returning traveler as he stepped from the boat loaned bya British government offi cial on which he made the voyage on tho Nile from Kondokoro It was a hearty greeting between husband and wife who had not seen each other for nearly a year and the great crowd that was gathered at the landing ex pressed its approval In three mighty cheers Shuns Political Talk Scores of special correspondents sent by the great American newspa pers swarmed nround the former pres ident as soon as be was released from the grasp of his wife and daughter To them Col Roosevelt declared he would not discuss the political situa whlcbbemonths Col Roosevelt asked many questions and was greatly interested in affairs at home One bold correspondent received a Roosevelt smIle only when he asked if the colonel will be a candidate for the presidency In 1912 Questions aboiit his friend Glf ford Plnchots row with Secretary Hal linger and President Taft were like wise turned aside unanswered Col and Mrs Roosevelt their sOn and daughter and members of tho ex pedition are guests of Gen Sir Reg- Inald Wlngate at the governor gen GOVfOBtiPAlllCJIPIRTOU PHCTI1CtP y orals palace Many forms of entertainment have been prepared by Sir Reginald for his guests JourneyColcompleted one of the most notable Journeys since the days of Livingstone and Stanley The visit tbtledark continent and the invasion of the lair of the lion tiger elephant and rhinoceros has been remarkable ecause of thq escape of Col Roosevelt and his aides from the deadly contagious die eases that haunt the Jungles Up to the time of his arrival there had been no serious accidents The torn of Khartum Is a mass of color Flags of Egypt England and America are everywhere and the ex president has probably appreciated nothing more than the opportunity of visiting this historical SpotKhartum the grave of Chinese Gordon The city Itself is a gigantic monument to that soldiers deeds and his heroic death In the center of it stands his effigy In bronze mounted on a camel gazing with fixed eyes out toward the desert which mocked him during the terrible year that he lay there waiting for relief Behind the statue stands the British governors palace an imposing structure in the Gothic style typical of British powerand British permanence Not far away is the Gordon Memori al college a school built wtih funds raised by Gen Kitchener by subscrlp tion throughout Great Britain In which the Sudanese newer generation Is trained for service in the govern ment which conquered Its fathers Everywhere throughout the city the name Gordon appears There Is the Gordon hotel the Gordon drive and up the White Nile the Gordon tree Gordons memory will live so long as Khartum exists The British have transformed the city of his death Into a memorial to his glory that can laugh at time- Khartum stands at the confluence of the White and Blue Niles and some day with the development of the wil derness south of it will become a me tropolis as important tothe como merce o7 Africa as Chicago Is to the commerce of North America Properly speaking however the city Itself does riot extend beyond the banks Paa3esIits banks fronted by the barrackS of the British soldiers lies a magnlOceiti driveway three miles In length Northwest of KhartumlsOIllIlU M the people bYlawlu1Xi them by punishment they may thoa crime but will be void of shamei GUW them by examplj subdue them by courtesy they will learn shameHC iucius I 1 Nothing In It tell a lie about a friend wer IwtrCj a man ltodaylU1doU suddenly Nothing lavit teoftftwif people die lingering deaths AufclijMM rlobe t t jrI S s i I t eptRo levelt man thony occupied by the Mahd after the WeakhVof Gordon and the scene of tio Icenyous revelries that occupied ilw native soldiery up to the time that ibjw were confronted an- dovnheI qNitchener TheBrli Ish true to U air policy of coloniza tion bayo not attempted seriously to Interfere with Itloslem customs here The ruins of the Khalifas body guard- headquarterstho military prison the remnantsnltheArab fortifications have all been allowed to stand Still further north Is the field of Kerreri in which Kitch ener with mathematical exactitude slashed to pieces the Arab forces The battle was one of the bloodiest in modern history It was marked on the side of the British by a skill and coolness tbafaa In itself a tribute to AngloSaxon civilization Route Robsevelt Followed A schedule ff Mr Roosevelts mile ago in Africa ito date together with Mrs Rootevelt some reference to the character of the country through which be hiked rode or boated and a partial ilst of the animals killed by his party Is as follows March 23Sailed from New York for Naples 4176 miles March 30 Arrived at the Azores April 2Arr1vedat Gibraltar April 6 Arrived at Naples April 6After being received by King Victor Emmanuel sailed for Mombasa British East Africa 4121 miles April 15Arlred at Aden Arabia April 1 AmectatMomb Ba and received with Honors by the provincial governor f fcjrKapUIAlfred pe4on the Athi river for alortiili About 270 miles Se dreit two widebeest two gazelle five other antelope six lions three giraffe one zebra one rhino a warthog and a hartebeest Mayi6 RSae to WH McMillans Juja fanB a full days Journey for short expeditions Secured two im paia seVelral antelope a water buck a leopard1a rhino and hippopotamus Bag More Big GameIMay Rode from to the adjoining HeaUey ranch for but tale hunting mong tho papyrus swamps TWelvmlles Secured four butfalo f 1r hart beesl two zebra two gazelle and a warthog May 26 Rbde from the HeaUey ranch to McMillans town house at Nalrpbl ftA days Jaunt Juno +Left br rail for Kljabe 44 mllee s f iHil jlh r of Foll- yOeiweUldnthave so much trou bte H1Iit ir men talks says the phiie opfce ofFpiiyIf theyd believe a little 4e of what they said before marriakfi aluL Uttlmpreot wh- attheyaafterirdsr 4 j t Aty ffjAfertunate QUee- nigtb eliea et Versailles la gisat Ietceetklstorically fort dw U rlt tlnette the ceSaetetLwe1aXVL Iliac tl+ t 4+ t Wife and Daughter Are Among Those Who Met the Re turning Traveler REVIEW OF THE EXPEDITION June 4 Arrived at Kljabe Juno 6Lert Kljabe on march for the Sotlk district The route was over a waterless tract and although the distance traversed was only 60 miles it entailed a threeday trip Secured six rhinos a hippopotamus two eland two wldebeest several antelope two zebra a hyena a warthog and three lionsJuly 12 Arrived at Lake Nalvasha on return trip Secured two hippos and some smaller game July 22 Arrived at Nalvasha from the lake July 24 Returned to Nairobi by rail 65 miles Aug Left Nairobi for Nalvasha Aug 9Left Nalvasha on march to Nycrl and the Kenya province 80 miles Secured five lions three buf faloa hippo a giraffe and his first elephant Oct 3 Ret rnedto Nalvasha tOn Three Weeks Shoot Oct 25 Left by rail for Londlanl for a three weeks shoot on the Guaso Ngulshd plateau about 90 miles Secured five giraffe three lions and soy eral antelope and smaller game Dec 7Returned to Nairobi by rail Dec 1SLert Nairobi by Tall for Port Kisuma on Lake Victoria Ny nnza about 150 miles Dec 20 Arrived at Entebbe Uganda from Kisuma via lake steamer about 125 miles On this trip the American flag was flown for the first time on Africas Inland sear Dee 21Left on 23mile auto trip to KampalaDec Left Kampala for Klnsingo 70 miles Secured two elephants Jan 3Arrlvedat Hoima Uganda t 1C THe spot Guide tafter a 57mile trip from KIsIngo Jan 4Left for Butlaba 27 miles Jan 7 Left on steam launch for Wadelal and Rhino camp Belgian Kongo about 72 miles Secured sev eral white rhinos and a buffalo i Feb 3 Left Wadelai for Nlmule abQut 54 mIle- sFeb4Arriv d at Nlmule Uganda Feb1Lert Nimule for Gdndokoro a lOSmlie march through talmost tin broken Jungle Feb 17ArrIved at Gondokoro Upper Sudan Expediti n Breaks Up Feb 26Ejpedltlon broke up and porters returned to Ugand- aFebURooseve t left Gondpkoro via steamboat for Khartum more than 800 milea to the norlh March 11 Arrived at Renk about two days Journey by boat south of Khartum March 14 Reached Khartum the end of his Journey on the Nile and was grated by Mrs Roosevelt and daughter Miss Ethe- lHomeward Bound The arranged program for he remainder of Cot Roosevelts homeward tourney la as follows ElOPtOiiIand at Naples on April 10 On April 14 he will reach Parts where a great nattonal reception has been planned which will continue through his three days stay la the French capital On April 17 he wUlgotoVlenns where he will be the guest of the International Sporting exhibition and at which place he will meet sportsmen from all overthe world On May 10 he is scheduled to be in Berlin as the guest of the emperor and the faculty of the University of Berlin May 12 he Is to arrive at Christiana as the guest of Kink Gustav of Sweden IOn in London as the guest of the English people and King Edward and has already been voted the freedom of tho city June 16 he arrives at New York deleptlonsceived byPrealdentTatt One on Him HewittThey say that In the next world wo shall do the same we do In thisJewettBut you will find It too hot to stay long in one place and I dont see how you can continue to be an end seat hog A Poets Etate After 57 years the Russian courts poetGogolof lyrics The poet died of hunger kneeling before an ikon The estate is valued at 43 roubles and 88 kopecks or about 2150 Flying Fish The more familiar species of flying fish are denizens of the tropical oceans Fresh witer species how ever are known I I t i J t jH11 E PAIIEN FLEES MOB CHICAGO BROKER DRIVEN FROM COTTON EXCHANGE IN MANCHESTER FLEES TO SAVE HIMSELF Followed by Missile and Hoots In HIs Fight to Safety British Brokers Angry Over CorncrPatten Is Indignant Manchester EnglandJames A Patten the Chicago cotton and grain speculator was hooted from the Man chester exchange Thursday Subsequently he was followed through the streets by a large crowd Mr Patten was obliged to find refuge from his wrathful pursuers in a uuslness omceHoots and cat calls followed the exit of the American speculator who had been In the cotton pit during thertore noon Bricks and stones were hurled at him as he fled Into the street and the danger of still further violence was averted only when be sought refugo in a nearby shop Manchester is the principal cotton market of England and most of the big cotton cloth mills are located here Public feeling against Patten has been very high since the recent corner in which ho was credited with having Increased the price of the raw material to a figure beyond what it bad been since the civil war This feeling shared by workmen of the mills and brokers in the pit was responsible demonstratlonIThe presence cotton pit of the exchange caused sue prise as Just before leaving New York for England he had been quoted by the press as denying that he would visit any of the exchanges while abroad and as saying that his trip had no relations to business It is well known that he and the operators with whom he is associated hold a heavy line of cotton and it is thought that he came to Manchester to seek a ready market for It in order to wipe out practically all of the avail able supply in New York and cause a consequent increase In the price thereMr Patten was Indignant over the attack on him and said that he could conceive of no reason for the humilia tlon to which he had been subjected TAFT TAKES HAND IN STRIKE Orders Labor Commissioner Neil to Philadelphia on Request of Federation of Labor v Philadelphia There were showers of words throughout this city Fridayj Instead of showers of bricks The united business 1metc and die cussed possible plans for forclng arbU tratlon between the Rapid Transit Company and its strIking employea The labor unionists met and e thuseq themselves aa bettley could prospect of going on with the sting gle But the situation remains the same The trolley company made its psual slight gain in the number of cars run now about 1200 The general strike added a few hundreds to the total number of 4ts ranks which is Well above 100000 The business mens meeting sent a telegram to President Taft urging that the commIssion fpr the foundation of industrial peace should be sent here to investigate conditions and try to straighten matters out The presi dentdfdnot reply as he bad already ordered Commissioner jNelll to come here from Washington at the request of the National Federation of Labor Another wire was sent to former Mayor Seth Low of New York asking that his organization the National Civic Federation act as arbitrator He answered that his federation had nsuch authority The committee of ten which Is eon dueling the general strike on behalfojt the Central Labor union passed reso lutions declaring that it the trolley strike ia not settled by the beginning of next week there is a strong likeli hood that workers in all the other trades will demand higher wages and better conditions for themselves and will not return to work even If the trolley men eventually win without getting what they want Frisco Has Sharp Shake san ClscoA sharp earthquake which me parts of the state was experfencedslncethe urornJalatewere long and undulatory but slow and the duration was one and a half to four seconds Reports show that the shock was felt as far south as San tuts Obltpo but Itdldnot appear to extend far north of San Fran cisco The pronounced heavy move ments with a slight interval of un dulations between were felt but no serious damage has been reported Noted Confederate Dead New York CoL Alexander Robert Chishblm formerly lieutenant colonel on the staff of Gen Beauregard of the Armies of the Confederacy died Friday at his home in this city after an illness of about a month Morgan Jr to Build New YorkJ Plerpont Morgan Jr has let contracts for the erection of a new country home on the north shore of Long Island near Matinnecock Point The cost It Is said will be more than 250000 Bandit Get 3000 In Bank Edna Kan Thursday robbers dyna mited the pafe of the Bank of Edna secured 3000 and escaped on a hand car after exchanging shots with a number of citizens One of the cltl zens was shot Run on Bank Renewed Cleveland 0The run on the Society for Savings bank was renewed Thursday The officers announced that 96539656 awaited depositors who were paid off as rapidly as they presented books C t cl i frf fiE v tt tf r xk Jtqy OUliOOK IS BRIGHT Reports Gathered by Mercantile Agen h des Show Steady Improve tJment New YoA It G Dun Cos week ly review of trade says r Nearly every report from the large trade centers Is of transactions well above last year and of a bright out look for the new season Financial j conditions are also much stronger and altogether a better sentiment prevails The improvement however is In spite of considerable uneasiness on account of the strike in Philadelphia which causes some uncertainty as to future f developments Electrolytic copper has risen la price to 13124 In lines other than cotton goods Jobbers are doing a fair trade but reordering In the primary markets Is of a conservative charac ter Retailers are purchasing in a nonspeculatlye way and the manufac turing situation grows more difficult in consequence1 of inability to isecny values commensurate with producing i fcosts Hence curtailment ls1lBgiforced as a protective measure which rIt Is thought will become widespread to Impress bnyers Export trade with the BraaXler rkets Iwi ifeeii seine what better 6 concessions have br dIngoffinlsJiedTrad In booti lBHcitlt totter but thequestlea etvslesiAtinues to limit new b ueedIas era and sellers do not agree when negotiations for large quantities are involved hersome improvement In the demand for leather and buyers are operating more freely although no disposition Is shown to buy for more than cur i rent needs and the market contiades easy and sales as a rule are at slight concessions A marked Increase la activity Is noted la the packer bide x market but holdeiQlnj order to Inter est tanners are compelled to name lower prices than have ruled since the decline that followed the panic of 19fl7r Retail trade js falrat Cincinnati e and Improvement ts noted la various J IInesYreInqulrles are received for pig Iron and iw bualneee ltf exjpwd ing Warmer weather at Cleveland has resulted In as ueclovefAment ot spring merdwi4 k Thebnkclearlnp agate skew far ther advance In the voteme ettPatIIii f ments through tle banks total e c sthlWe kJpr all leading cites In the Baited States being JV 2945862511f gaIot 234 petcent f r over a year ago and 184 per cent larger than in theconjepolld1rigweelc ofl9QGV ThVi gains ire well dlstrib utel in the coiparison with bot tiyeare although they tint still larger In theweetaa1aeath thaaIath i east of + I- J jI A t J FaIIsresaid Experts i p NewYorkrsdet1eetsi fI 1 Jf1l1184 1astS4Ice 5iweekof I 1909 278 lit 187- th 1906 p Zyt the United Stated sad Ctndt fee the week ending March vio iiwSiited xI 679453bushaga1nit 1845 eer rBcte4il8tiwe and WS SCR this i i week last 7ear FOt jh3S wits TP ending March 10 are 110655 713 bnih against 140201134 tilt1tecbrrespofiding period last year ezporfs for tbeweek are 1GQ sbu ajaiast735446 lcetwek iaB4 93084S In 190FOr the K ese- ndlngMirek t 1OeenexteareiV663583 burt aateet 217S1 ltIiittrir year rfjh TOBACCO MARKET froteviUlags test week were U21 JiitWa number 324Kw rif1dr1f 1 129Sdark Tbe atetiitti6twrto iey were largeand quelltyfsir The t perceBtage of rigHtaba rinw retaV ttvftr mtL The JiiitJliit be Oereen- grIes f of bnrkyth zedaWeesy i firm MWn ded bddtsmokers and tzippersW tew r A aumber sold fmt2 fer 1 8 pet 100 Sine or fancy tIMrsiiltaMa forwrappers w in es da1b good dewaad at a allgkt sip vance j H J ji i GRAIN MARKET Jt CincinnattMarch1LPaii ter patent 515a610 ItaHi d 550 do family 475aL tIo ecUs a436 do low grade t81 5m4i ent 560a5 0 dofaaer 4 family J440a49 Ry era bleBd8tl5ia4LM H r J470a490 icity b1en4edU h Wheat No 2 zed1i12NoZred iitNoI a 62a62c No 4whItaUW tyellow 61a61CtNo yeloweI4orNo 2 mixed 60a61cNo JwaiM8kJ jwhitmixed 62a64c OatsNo Z white 41 i a49cNo 3 while 474a48cNo 4 wkHs ilILIVE 8T09K MARKET Cincinnati March 12CattlSlii e per 625a7 butchw steers 1extraj 625a650 hblfers extra 25aC5e good to choice fSSBae15 cows weirds E60a575j good to choice 4475rfMiif canners 4275a315 Bulls Betoffw S4BOa540 tat bulls 550a575 Calve Extra 9V fair to good 7 5a87S HogsGood to choice packers and s butchers 1095all mixed pack V era 1050al095 stags J75a98S common to choice heavy fat sOWS 775 t alO35 light shippers 995al035 pige 110 Ibs and tess725a991 1Daring Balloon Flight New York Ina cross choppy wlni of about 20 mlllJSai hour Louis Paul han the French aviatprtaad a dJarin flight lie was in the air 8 miBuUfl 1and 10 seconds and covered about six mites I Big Air Cruiser Trier Germany Ans immense ale cruiser to carry from 50 to 60 per sons and Intended to travel at from 44 to 50 miles an hour is approaching completion by its Inventor BorderoneDitrOfi this city 1 to iii3i j 1 d Jrctkt L 1 7 C tW VM Ii ii lYieLITTLIV- ii f l tI7BRosTrI jLrE 1 F atlILDAi Jj MEREDITH NICim i LlUJTRIlTIycJ YNAYWfJT JTO 4Y IU1S4l U 7 I 4 i CHAPTER I Well train have a way of atari Ing Does the romance end here Two Gentlemen Say GoodBy Then just at the last moment she 4r P anything really In winked at me U cIe terestlng should hap 8lt was a cinder Ardy The use of thes0 should drop dead ddestlfacts of American transporta declared Ardmoro hardly remind you Mr Iashe stood talking Ardmoro that nice girls dont wink doneIrrailway station at 11 would have you know professor I I entered that this girl Is a lady clIIAuanta llfo un Dont be no Irritable and let me der false pretenses summarize briefly on your own- thinking that money ypothesis You stared at n strange 1 11 would make the game girl and she winked at you safe in 0 r easy but here I am the consciousness that she would Zt years old stalled never see you again And now you Sattho end of a blind alley with no are going to New Orleans to look for 1 f s Ught ahead andtobe quite frank- ho her She will robably meet you at i J1III t H yeyiu bavotbc station with her bridesmaids and a J aavaatage of me Whats the matter wedding cake all ready for you And e 1 C a you think this will lead to an adven I i rbemtstakewe nmke replied ture you defer finding the pole 1 I syGrteweld is In falling to seize thlsf9rthls7 Poor Ardy PutoppOrLidt uliW when th yolfer You she toss her card from the win p gliT talkediourselves hoarse a thou dow Why New Orleans Why not vwuid times planning schemes we never Minneapolis or BangoivMe h 4 0rillorf Wo are cursed with Indo 0 I t clslon thats the trouble with us We I caughtheBeyer see the handwriting on tho theyre all named like yachts and f taU buildingsthe name of her car othieroglyphics was the Alexandra I asked our ron what ltmeanst1nUtereadabout It ductor where it was bound for and 9 In the newspapers But 1 thought you he said it was tho New Orleans car- a 0 c were satisfied with the thrills on got So I took the first train back ran into runnIng as a reform Candidate for you here and thats the whole storyj J alderman In Now York last year It to date r i was a largo otage and the limelight I admire your spirit New Orleans struck jrou petty often Didnt you Is much pleasanter than the polar Ice I s get enough No doubt theyd bo glad and a girl with a winking eye isnt v V V i te ran you again to be overlooked In this vale of tears forarememt iv i t DotIUo It dont think of Itwink I worldWy She was bareheaded and her hair t was wonderfully light and fluffy and 1 ritTifkt What Iwantls something it was parted In the middle and tied 44r0rat a earadnturesomethlng behind with a black ribbon In a great I wKh8pJce iait I have bought every bow She rested her cheek on her ttkkrli oiejr eaa buy and nqw Im hand her elbow on the windowsill f vhe4diL few UlnJthatcant bet ou knowand she smiled a little asc Aivkh a price the car moved off and winked do 7j iA yeas yacht and the open 7u understand Her eyes were blue 1e 1 ra ai tI0ri81da fltok e3 U sick to dea bof1ti4 i jYou re C Itt e4 man and t s iighty hard t please Why dont y-quar tna erploreraatl go infor the south r iPOI t i IiUy bullylve aglitot It I y bt iII d mi tPor3tbIng vJ want te elsejrs34s ba sureTTe lwayfi up th t oniOtwant 0 s v 0100 aItretae thitig I f 1Ht tliatliata Wio aMre lJalvenlty e agil r1w 4 I iII tatkg hi 11c1WeUtMk1ht We were aid sther ata wrIUngtible 4 PM IMfJ ptkiiMly tro iyiiIbsri as etwhether there 1 ate ad I a Ffkk = on themean t L1WM case two for a zUt4 yoit laughed arid we t1kS Then tBd out t bothwereasd you j tOY aM thea took me 0 Ij3i ta III bee yours up there 4 aM PN ta awe4 rae the 1 Iyos tp1IeI7 aid we F eachMi 1Ie other F Ta t bM aee4ed yea all right 4 ANeee OloiL rtetaUjr and t I v o splMe4 tlh litteke tatwasItspea hem froic the train h b n l wI kyou oid4at always be kaae 1o t to give Yourea1 tb oy cp I kow Odd 08111 t 0 a rt tkWISOtUtOObflO or yacbtor 4s iWft ai t fa peod whole d eeaIis Ek vesiig ehapagno via totJp Better ete ea4ow an isetitettoi to uwtIIr nae you peeeIdentther= a fbessebIag is that It i 9 i 1t 4 M sbi e too prominent r tistbiiw reeRymake up our JI 44a 14 go It ea4veatures I should q flsudbywybIgh position ot 1 1 4 r tjen The Libeling t Lc awkso ima Ist II lpsnea Itk world r pber l thing we couldnt ated money Jt atC1v I PiNbMty tohaveour great fi ji 4v vdSstheia deale with thei- MN t teI 4l iMcbarteitki a college i 4P JL i t 1 S i tf The wowd aerged pait the t9 the t lt iiiigisapreem lad a waiting 1 z 1Li1 c i4UI 8 bags O11 yew go I luTe1 tot a req wre t Wa IAI r loyA ssgat bW watch itt only- s l t J Atht I iaow Is oat ort tregoIagttL t ci 4T t taWIIiC Mlt hle ticketand bv youcsr J sIitot f 1olJ Tbe met is faltered Ardmcre i F i1 V si4i1ugini looking for some ORe Ofti4t1 f tL rp1aJiiBdmytialaiit r i 1Ieawre In North Carolina tl I itj r warn on the south bound ii1 sleeper aMberwlndow was opposfe 1Io to J s ghe put asIde the magazl e 1f1 1 gJ a looked tue oIer 1r atheeooItyt i t Jti yo glasced carelessly ln the 1t poIe retIen ana pulled dpwa liw1 i l1 j j if bred msa7ea aveIaterrupted Grist anatiYtt t l t t tM neeehthIng 1 looked at i maioedatme And thea eft fc ff r I xL f tfV Xi1r r LI l i 4 tfHt1JjV y t tJt1iJ t j J 1IoC ffj P3ar I1 I s i 7I F ca5If I 44ZJr J1tt efp CiSrofofJIi II rrt 1 7 Itr 1 MVI i 4 I t I Work GfJaeyblg and blueand she was perfectly stunning rtere are winks and winks Ardy observed Griswold w1thjudiclal air There Is the wtak iaadyeitent to which no meaning can be attached PUveusual1yKiva speand a vulgar thing which we will not associate Vlth your girl of the Alexandra And then to be brief there the wink of mischief which la observed occasionally in persons of exceptional bringing up There are IUSwhenon morality oven The psychology or this matter is Very subtle Here 3tIare8 gentleman of austerely correct life here Is a delightful girl on whom you fl shlnan outoftheway corner ot the world And she not wholly displeased by the frank ad Bklratlon iiroureyesforfou may- as well concede that you stared at herM Well 1 suppose I did look at herf admitted Ardmore reluctantly pardonably no doubt Just as you would look at a portrait in a picture I ryJpf course This boarding school miss who had never before lapsed from absolute propriety felt the conventional world crumble be aeath her as the train started She could no more have resisted the temptation to wink than she could InvttaUOllwedding Thus wireless communication 1s established between soul and soul for an Instant only and then you are eut oft forever Perhaps in the 1ext world Ardy Cjriswold and Ardmore had often Idealized themselves as hopeless pur suers of the elusive the unattainable the imposlbler or at least Ardmore had sand Griswold had entered into the spirit of this srt of thing for the S v i e 14 i a J r or Joy It gave Ardmore They had discussed frequently the call of soul to soulthe quick glance passing between perfect strangers In crowded thoroughfares and bad fruitlessly speculated as to their proper course In the event the call seemed impera thingbutfriendshipThecall or no 60ul alt a gentleman must keep clear of steamer flirtations and avoid even the most casual remarks to strange young women In any cir cumstances a gentleman of breeding and character may nevertheless fol low the worlds long trails In search of a nevertobeforgotten face The fact is that Ardmore was ex ceedingly shy and a considerable ex perience of fashionable society had not diminished this shortcoming Grls wold on tho other hand had tho Vir ginians natural social instinct but ho suffered from a widelydiffuse Im pression that much learning had made him either Indifferent or extremely critical where women are concerned Ardmore shrugged his shoulders and fumbled In his coat pockets as though searching for Ideas An austere com posure marked his countenance at all times and emphasised the real dis tinction of his cleancut features His way of tilting back his head and star Ing dreamily into vacancy had estab llshcd for him a reputation roreltpldlty that was holly undeserved Please limit the discussion to the present world professor When Ardmore was displeased with Griswold he called him professor in a withering tone that disposed of the academic life We shall limit It to New Orleans or the universe as you like Im disappointed In you Grlssy You dont take this matter In the proper spirit Im going to find that girl I tell you hI want you to find her Ardy and throw yourself at her feet Be it far from me to deprive you of the Joy of search I thoroughly admire your resolute spirit It smacks of the old heroic times Nor can I conceal from you my consuming envy If a girl should flatter mo with a wink I should follow her thrice round the world She should not elude me anywhere in the Copernican system If it were not the nobler part for you to pursue alone I should forsake my professor ship and buckle on my armor and follow your standard eyeForAnd Griswold hummed the words beating time with his stick much to Ardmores annoyance- In my ignorance Griswold von tinned I recall but one allusion to Ulive Positively Got to Is the wink In immortal song If my memory serves me it Is no less a soul than Browning whoi sings AH beaentmeanwhlll condensed Intel one eye Which fears to lose the wonder ihould It wink You seem worried Ardy Does the wink press so heavily or whats the matter s IisterWhich sister Mrs Atchieon You know Nellie 1 slttrtome I 0 harlon this marrying business She 8 going to bring a bunch of girls down to Ardsley in a few days and she snys3heU stay until I make a choice Griswold whistled Then as we say in literary circles youre up against It No wonder youre beginning to take notice ot the frolicsome boardingschool girl who winks at the world I believe Id rather take chances myself with intoyourWell one things certain Grlssy dhelpthere Nellie likes you she thinks IIhatnow Land then why YOlCromsister You seem to forget Ardy AmericanIson ot occupations I have a con sultation 1n Richmond tomorrow then me for Charlottes ville We have whiteMire I got to work Ffll om mEto ti H 4i1 Ltjjj Wf 11c t t j SENATEPStito BONO IS BILL LITTLE OPPOSITiON DEVELOPS joAGAINSTMEASUPIp toGOODTalk Is Current that Sai Hat Been Made with Gov ViII nby Sup porters of Various M tasurei Pis tot Toting Sill Paten Senate Frankfort little opposition the B M nctt of KTWliut ArI bond Issue of the sen ate The bo solved now by the senators fiUterlng the bill is to pass It through thr ouse Gov Wlllaon is In the jsaddlewhlp In hand opolpositionbe feeble In fact itcurrent talk that a deal has bee iado with tho governor by t1ittJortersof the measures i rthe school ape propriations and th 4 rl6bit commis sion to sign thetrI4rnnd they In turn will pass the ifcad issue The senate adopjted a concurrent met1berKentucky statutesnd code of practice for the length af theIr terms at 91 per or an expense of 2346 Pistol TptlnjjBII Passed Senate Dill No J II making second conviction of carry nga pistol a felony passed 17 to Jl The following the house By Georg tJlllsvassed g for punishment of S for misrepresentation of their goods By S 31 Russell providing for payment of road work xpenses by county otreasurervent double taxation Incases where notes are held as part payments for property placing tle rscponslblllty for these jointly on he holr of the notes and the boldei of thi property By O JI Kelsey providing for the placing of women oi the same basis as men in the distribution of property under laws of dissent By S Russell to provide 1rflre drills ani Instructions as to angers and pre vention of lire In thq schools and providing penalties for violation thereof Br Mr Niles prQvHing for the eight houraday labor law t Gov Wlllson Iisuel a proclamation fixing Friday April 8aa Arbor day Bids for Tex400oks The senate passl Itepresentatlve Carters bill proviilng that county school boards mayreceIvo and decide on bids for school text hooks without a majority of th othet counties for or against it aV th present law prp yides aMIttes ahITthe cites and towns tberigbfetb5dbpt bpok3 differ ent from the coit7 iftr y wish tslbecome law 1fi Htie toterTi r 81gRUlbMr JrThe bllirirfAilwafcptfttlvfl JlcVean of Covtngtpft pJ4lgfor a district a tiM coueihtn cities of thp flesoBd eJaag aaicgJ the house Police UndertcivijJSeryice The bill provdiu for an assistant rlcotinUeS1hAvIed the senate and the of Repre flollceforceder the civil servlc passed the house House Dill No 3 Ed Graves providing that pro eedinfte Instituted by the commonwealth onany county city or taxing district shall be begun within five years ter such rights first accrued was passed by a vote of 14 1House L Robertson allowing taxpayers to pay back taxes to relieve the ian i l condition of Louisville passed by a oteot53 to 1To Home On motion of Senktor Thomas the senate went into committee of the whole and heard a statement by Mrs Homer Stucky of Louisville She ex plained the purpose of the Kings Daughters organization and appealed for the passage of1 the bill which apr proprlates 10000 annually to assist In maintaining the home located In Louisville Senator Bertram offered amounfrromil0000to5000 the appropriation to two years Ho declared the worK local The senate defcatedpboth aPdmata and adoiit Vd the bill 33 to It Kr Bertram cast the negat ve votf j dapewbnltheumber ofgouvl leased toar17 one contractor q fair The bill ihrifJn or 138000 4 tincreases of ISOfl ayfar in the sal a rles ot thesecretarxoTlfcejsfaie board titrCONDENSED NEVfB ITEMS Louisville Ky LuieiO Cox pre ii dent of the Union Natka1bank here and prominent IB ooilJBancIal cir des for 20 years iCimbed to an illness of pleurisy Ihitg for over a year H Frankfort IcyA l4e originating within the walei penitentiary In the lower factoryote Union Oar ment Co destrOyed8WOttk of machinery andot i t Georgetown kyjrxi plables or the furniture OB land Wood adIg iIOIstables were Jre en horses were Jm k io000 pat1I rr c0 Louisville Xjrw ttth a convention atM w J osi rn 7 Kentucky i ia t1 oblg meetings B tmonths Tie W1tkI1I IjottbeI di f W 1 rr r iJ control and mine Inspectors were anted by the assembly House Hill No 381F E Graves protect purchaser ot land where same has been previously sold for de linquent taxes passed by a vote of 66 to House Dill No 23Q by J W Turner providing for the purchase of land ad ining the state capitol grounds for e erection of a governors mansion assed by a vote of 63 to 17 House Bill No 234 by W A Price regulate fees charged by guarantee surety companies said fees not to exceed those charged In other states passed by a vote of 68 to 4 House Bill No 297 byJ R Zimmerman to prevent placing the names of candidates put on ballots by pet I tion under any party device passed by a vote of 63 to 2 Councils Can Fill Bench House BIU X 207 by LlUardCar ter allowing boards of council In s txth class cities to fill vacancies In office of police judge passed by a vote of 66 to 0 House Bill No 153 by H A Scho berth appropriating money for state fair buildings at Louisville was amended by Mr Whlttou making the aflProprlatlon25000 instead of 50 000 and the amendment carried Passed Over Governors Veto Gov Willsons veto of House Bill No 51 Introduced by Representative Klalr providing for the register Ing with the proper county offi cials all pooled products and pro viding a penalty for persons soliciting the purchase of such pooled products was treated with little ceremony by the legislature Mr Klalr said he vasi sorry to have to attempt to pass R bill over Gov Willsons veto but that this measure was for the Interest of every tobacco grower in Kentucky Mr Zimmerman and Mr Schoberth spoke forsaid this measure was to enable the farmers when they have organized for the purpose of having competition that they may have a compact organ- Ization lie said the farmers through ut Kentucky were backing this meas ure without an exception The bill became a law by a vote of 77 to 11 over tire governors veto The bill providing that the salaries of the prison commissioners be in chairIman to the commission 1800 passed the house In a rush The bill provJdlng for an annual appropriation 10000 to each of the normal schools and to State univer sity passed the house The senate passed the bill c- iatin1 re state board of plumbers Senate Passes Truant Bill Senate Dill 236 providing for a chief truant officer In cities of the first and second classes and requiring children to attend school until they reach be age of 16 years unless they hold a certificate under the child labor law f passed 32 to 0 Senate 3111 139 a companion bill to tho measure just passed and providing for an increase from 700 to 1000 the annual salary of assistants tq the truant officer of frst and second class cltlen was p- a12Ot6OI 55 i Bank Examiner Bill Passes Tho rules conunirtee tailed Senate Bill 139 the bank examiner bULThe committee reported some ago a substitute measure pravldf for the appointment vof inspectors by the sec retary of state subject to confirma j liOn by the court of appeals The senate accepted the substitute bllli This bill passed 32 to 2 Senate Bill 241 by Senator Wyatt providing state registration of automobile and other regulations passed 28 to Senate Bill 224 to protect the water tables of turnpikes against use as pri rate culverts and to prevent placing of telephone poles therein passed 24 to 3Senate Bill 307 by Senator Watklris to change the boundary line of the Morganfield school district passed 27 to 0 Senate Bill 193 providing lifesav ing apparatus for Use in mine din as ters passed 29 to 2 Extra Session la Probable Although the senate ssedthebJ- U01lgJuating in the house known as the Interest aning Will rant bill Gov Willson is not satis fled with the measure and the probability of an extra session is strong The rules committee called up and the senate passe the bill No 87 for the benefit of the Colored Childrens Home society after reducing the ap- proprIation from 10000 to 5000 Senator Graham offered a reso lu liOn calling on the adjutant general for information as to whether state troops were sent into Grayson county during the nightrider troubles Sen ator Eaton added aa inquiry utoMcCracken county It passed The rules committee called up Senate Bill 62 proposing to submit to tothoInchangingment of all classes of property and the collection of taxes The bill passed 3OtoO W W theEtubbornlyccntcsted V met ret al vs WJ Loughrldge et at rendered a verdict in the cir- cuIt court sustanlng the will of Mrs Susan T Allen by which W J Lour h JsbelJueathedDover Ky The third section of C R O Passenger Train No 75 was wrecked hero Five cars were derail dbittDo one was Injured Traffic was delayed several hours Lexington Ky Postmaster Thorn t athatClay county Is to be transformed Into an industrial school for the boys and Walkerlssecretary sabeOni tieTpurchased by the Central Home Se- jaxltr Co of Toledo O for 50000 minimum price set by the court 1 11 t i 4 iA I What Is Happening Throughout the StateI INDICTMENTS UPHELDo President Irwin of L H SLL Must Stand TrialoLouisville KyThe Louisville Henderson St Louis railroad and its president Lucien Irwin and the American Tobacco Co must stand trial In the federal court the first two on the charge of giving rebates and the latter on a charge of accept lug rebates This was the decision of Judge Evans following a lengthy argu ment on a motion to quash the Indictment The action Is but the begin tilng of proceedings that promlsa to- go great lengths In the courts Then are eight Indictments against the Louisville Nashville railroad whiel- aveh not yet been passed upon Nine true bills containing 54 counts are to be tried Three of the counts against President Irwin cite the Amer lean Tobacco Co as accepting there bates Tho indictments against the Louisville Nashville are based principally on alleged rebates given whisky houses Several of the qlloeed rebates amount to 3000 while others are no more than ELECTION INSPECTORS LIABLE Court of Appeals Says They Can Be prosecuted for Mutilating Ballots Frankfort KyTbe court of ap peas holds that an Inspector of elec ion is liable for prosecution under the prohibitory statute aimed against election officers who shall mutilate de ace or spoil ballots after they have been voted so as to vitiate them The court considered judgment of the Kenton circuit court in case of the commonwealth against W M Goulet an Inspector who was indic ed for spoiling a democratic ballot In the ra cent circuit judges rate by stamping across also under the republican em blem the lower court dismissed him on peremptory Instructions on he ground that an Inspector Is net an election officer and can not be pun ished under the statute The court says The legislature plainly meat t the statute to Include nil those yeri sons who have access to the brllots and who taking advantage elf theN position mutilate or deface the purpose of vitiating thejn BARBERS CAN DO BUSINESS DecideitheyCourt of Appeals Can Keep Open on Sund y Frankfort Ky Barbers will be able to keep open on Sunday If thly desire for the court of app als reversed the Judgment of the Je ill court In the case of John Sjtratinan Against the commonwealth In this case the court holds nnconst Itutlon Section 1322 of the Kentu Icy Stab utes In which It Is made un awful to open a barber shop on Sunda and en gage in the buslries3 cit 1 arberlng The court holds the law a violation of the constitutional provis on that where the general Jaw can be made applicable no special law siu It be en ucted and also the constituConai sjeo lion which prohibits special acts con corning subjects covered in the gen eral penal law t 50 CENTS ON THE pOLLAR Creditors of Bankrupt Lumber Corn pany Accept Proposition Richmond CyThe creditors of the Kentucky River Poplar Co at here at a special session of the fed eral court to consider a propceitlon of compromise made by the company The otter was 30 cents on the dolar and it was accepted by all creditors and this tacIt was certified Referee E T Burnam to Jude A trCoch ran for approval and ratification The Vecelver G A Roy was ordered to continue to operate the mills of tho bankrupt company until Judge Coch ran approves the compromise The Kentucky River Poplar Cos mills are located in Irvine and Valleyvlew Ky with general office In Cincinnati The iiablllUes of the bankrupt company are around 118000 LAND MUST BE CULTIVATED Movement Being Inaugurated for Preservation oLand In Eastern Kentucky Lexington RyJ Mi McDanIel the Beattyvllle lawyer la inaugurating movement for the preservation aof luSandsotacics of land in Eastern Kentucky which die says wilt in time become a desert waste unless it Is properly worked and cultivated It is mountainous land from which the tim ber has been cut and which is grad UI1ngtlcourage the planting of vineyards on some of this land and to convert other porti6ns of It to the poultry Industry Lexington Ky Articles Incorpor sting the Henry Clay Fire Insurance Co of Lexington with a capital stock of 200000 and providing for a surplus of 300000 were filed here The In corporators are Lexington Frankfort and Louisville business and prbfes ional men- Lexington Ky James WInkfleld the colored Lexington Jockey has signed to ride Coran Austrian Count at 8000 a year WInkfleld has been rIdIng f6r a Russian noblmanforsev eral years at 6000 a year Glens Falls N YThe striking pulp and paper makers and the International Paper Co continue their preparations for a final test of strength The company continues to Introduce strikebreakers Into the va rious mills now shut down and the union contnues to call out more men at points not hitherto affected Sidney OA Jury here awarded Ja cob Wildermuth of Jackson Center 5000 damages agaIn Philip Kosset fpr the alienation of his wifes affec tlopL t icrE LX t 4 h N f x 1 F a j POOL GAINING iNFAVO r i Favorable Report Received at MeeV t ikIng of District Board of Burley Tobacco Society Lexington KyThe district board f the Bui Jey Tobacco Society held Its regular monthly meeting here Rejwrts were heard from all tobacco regnrdlng the progress made In the bullAig of warehouses the amount of tobacco recteved the flnarf clal conditions and the number of pledges broken About 40000100 pounds of tobacco have already been t iccelved which te a much larger amount than the board expected to receive In winter order Most of the P counties are financing the crop With very little trouble Some few coun tcs however are having to cair drf headquarters for assistance Very lit tie of the pooled tobacco has been sold Only one county reported as nianyns seven growers who had bnik norat- t tempted to break their pledges In almost every instance suit had beer Brought to recover damages antI ass i nile the courts have found intayor of the Burley Tobacco socjptjv Pledges for more thana tbousand cnses have been received since tuG meeting of the board Iri January 10 tlat the gain In new viedes Is alxjal five tim s greater than the tobapcq that has been sold in violallcn of thn jioolng contract JCJ e jjitltctb crd is wholesome arid sanguine the LUFlWss movca on slowly and the qiit look fur the future ia bright The J recent acts passed by the general as sembly will greatly facilitate the work A in the future and strengthen the so ciety The members reportthat the i tool is gaining In favor with the best lHoplewho have hitherto remained put Of the pool NEW FORM OF CONTRACT District Board of Burley Society Makes Several Changes Lexington KyTbe district board of the Burdey Tobacco society unan Impunly adopted the form of contract I under which growers are expected to pledge their 1910 crop of tobacco to the third pool proposed bY the society There are three changes as compared t with that used for the pooling of the 1909 crop In the first instance It Isy 1 provided that the 20 per cent llqnl t dated damages assessed for any vie lation of the pledge on the part of the i grower shall not be construed nso8 A RwaIver of the rgbts of the society to enforce the contract in equity The seccnd chhnge gives the society one month more time than wan sped y4 Hii fled In the contract of 1909 in which 4 J to determine whether or not a poolj ti shall lie declared and wilt prectude ithe necessity for an extension such as y was taken last fail in the J9d9 pon U tract Oct 1 was the date Bet torq f such declaration and Iheboihlextend l t4IIc ed the time to Octi 15 In the formiJJi f 1of contract lust adopted Npyil is as the date IVic 4r WEALTHY NEGRO SENT TO JAIL 0 r rj I Fined 273C ndi3SI1aysjrk 4Ihofer vraRi2 Liit 11 S 1 DanvlllA4wealthy negro charged with rfolatlns the local option law SBd iwptured as- a resultotthe ratt aperSncocni ifJ sade in Denyillewas Mixed 273 nn4 W given a workhouse seBteac eof iSJift f days in 35 cases whTch byagre then twere tried lit e ix ceedlng labeen tiAins i j as a result of the recent craeadtv arid about IS ullejed beotleggers and iltlfer j keepers have skipped bet AiweaHByt J white wcman Mrs ABBie LaaiytLerl tan is wanted OB a mwAer of caarge hut 6fflcerj have bausl id l tefihex since the 1 warrants were Issued 1 FINDING OFTAXOARD rf 4tt I Ccurt of Appeals Renders rueflast Taxatisa peelsIn Frankfort Ky a the taxV payer jit this sjtirte lsglveaaptlceot the fritting of the bonnilel z super vitwra the valuation placed upon the property of the taxpayer fcr tie beard Is final Thfe opinion 7 aa glvea by the court of appeals IB the case of the Star Milling Co ajpateit the city of NIcbobisTiile Lexingtcn Ky FteMxr Swap ol Wpcdford county ttt the rece t ly published report thai he iMeds to r contest the wUlot his uncle the jate Cot Thomas H Swope of Kiaawi City is without foundatkjH TJrtef r the will he will lahertt 4l5SWe and this In nddtlon to the large estateIll- berlted from his lather the late Jolnf ILSwope will make him oneot t wealthiest yottBgmea In CeBtralKe lucky Hopklnsvllle Ky Spsillppx has api penned at the Western Kentucky Asylum for the insane near this city but only cne ease has developed and Superintendent Gardiner promptly had the patient quarantined Danville Ky Because of fears thatIan attempt wmld be made to lynch him Frank Crabtree under sentence of life Imprisonment for the murder pi Andrew Ramsey In Pulaski county last December was brought hero from Somerset Lexington KyWill Lyons the ne r gro who is charged with the killing i of Jesse Clark another of his race here was captured at Danville Lyons i Insists that Clark was Intoxicated started a fight with him and shot him self Loulsv yDea with twubul jl et wo In hts head one as rae hack orthe skull the oTher between the eyes this body of Wlllarii L Ikntg r Icy a gratluate in medkineand son of n welIknpwjyhrbkeTLwas found Jn the family residence here Philadelphia PaThe united bosK ness men mejt anti discussed possible plans for forcing arbitration betweee tho Ra rd Transit Co vno Its strlitinaf employes A threatmade atthe meet Ing that Unless peace cones 1OY0Ofl thecbmoany will abblrtorxa1 receiver f 4 t kf I t te 1 tit 1 l jI jI1 lpo va 1tpUCJS1mln EG Y lF t V Y1NG ILI Er1 kY- 4S L i Entered according i to Act ofCongress at th OwiuytsvUle secQIdclass1rnhitcrI q tX a rj TUG OUThOr1K3 subscription V rtt4nr as folIovI vOne year ClJI4 lJlee mon 1 ury lve VU i J L S i lIphMNt c3m1so allowed any tt Jto3f j1lt tons Stibbib toshing a chi nTei ki1 oifda ss ho1r1 five previous 4 address when vnitiriff I 1 v wy4 Correpocs should always 1 k5get their iteins td us not later than if possible when v out of stationery mention it on t IV separate slip of paperS V V News matter of general inter v est is welcomed j bring it to us U3ji zwithout delay if you wish it in h Ljv sorted 4 Ad ishngn change shouldSbuiformus the week PtViO35jO i a Address all communications to JOHN Wl H N4I Owingsville tK i t t- TIUJRSDAYMAfl17191o = A I =THE OUTLOOK IN FLORIDA a The letter from Florida by the I writer pubii1ieda few weeks ago 4 in TIlE QUT I oItwasacompoundl t of two private 4 ed for publication but as they told the truth no harm was dpne It may be that a writeup ofQurls v trip will be interesting I readers The real Florida was so dA Idfferent from my conception of L 1i it derived from tending that I am I tempted to try to convey an idea ioltitto the readers who have t 1 nevcrscen that ountry but have 1 theIr mental pictures of it drawn dSfrheaayand reading When ye oarded the L I T 0 ctrainttWinc11ester about noonI Saturday Jan 15 the remains of V the IGrinch snow were still on the c4 4s s1Qundandthe temperature was f arrtfadtifo 630 Sunday night the rYSIt121 vas like that usually f vaWnrtbe 1rat week in Octo e 1I V atie mpiifttiiih scenery after1 JUR Bere Madison county I dy picturesque and interesti RQt novel to bur esperi 1 a I j t4 t Iier1etme commend a t6ck d1 hboxtoall in Ort prospective travel w 5Aiun hpreparedathome vasly Wore i tealthtnone served in a Sf n croth we are con tsilir tg joura fy ijoy bcfoie Mr5W H Fischer t howith his wife occupied the 7 f5 ti9J1Juspn front of ours in I ift C fand wife to us 1il rvcry agvceable i4 M yelingcornpanions1ndced Mr S olPober ih the grocery t j3iningsburg He was bound + or Jacksonville and Knights 1CeytFloridai and ultimately Ha f My vNlg1itQv rtookus at Knoxyillei TEnn but ye see that it Sc1 was a city of hills and hollows with the fine Tennessee river on S side4 StheU lS t rJ At Knoxville two ladies board I 1ur Pullman the features of the younger lady seeming famil 54 I Vf 1 Mtr but that is such a common t v Hexperienc with travelers that 11 we thought nothing 11Oreotlt v rNot untiL the of the r i Tiext day in a chair Pullman on Jt the Floridi EastCoastrailwny VC jiid ileairii that they were Miss I tt iimor n80nandhel moth Z i v rl r OCCi itinitiwho w reon I R d ir ftOYJit their brother ilvlaAvwfiii ending Major b 44 TKdfltucky Military in theth 4 Mt l SA 4 i kxiaKlijifeLyridon ICy the l l l nc year Robin l 44 f Wt has visited Mrs Dr Scott j i go ipiit rXriee Catherine Rice h u nor town annually for s- o7f7 f yirg and she an dher niothzS I ht pent thcaon nt t Springs lust earSiJTzi o i nigiiton the uppershell- 1 the balmy asoutol- dt jl1 DiokSwiveller would1m J fIy itlf m my ptrtic case we looked eagerly out P car windows on truly South tS frn scfes not so many miles Jr nOttngf1YaycfQU Georgia to 1 We wereiyay dovn S in t JariNrcotlont slmmoii sieds hr4e 4 J1 simmoneds were pot J iJ1 0 eidOnCe The scene wa typical t i ly Southprn ajeyel country stud t dod with yellow trees and y 11 fritW treecven to saplings they i ro gjaejofcotiefs arm doing its level 1 a ntinc f rTurp rt itine firming Jhereis fg isij1ndutry The ir es are beiied to induce a flow pf the- resinH fIl i1 p pr crude turpentine r fpc f jjitis the tre is scored diagon vy4 right ndIeft the soring- oI tt trI fr tingst the center and the 9N J f nd pUvvopd chipped off rlJc t tr il v t p IIfIi Or 5S eydbJ t i v Y ftS fil l1 jr t l ii i Ij if Ms v lObO 17 tTn q 4 f ffij I oI t4 4V f Ofr i J c i7 r4cvS1bS4 I 1 a t p pJi r 1 o J I 5iW1 r rHfi1 1 0 f j 1 Jt i i t I J c 1 N 1viw Jrr t or an averng spaeo of three proporioateually about oRtfourth to one thhb ot the cumtcrcnce Tho lurpentinc sitexudes i scraped or 10 some instances collected in paper or other roceptacloa fastj cntd at the bcttom of the boy inir It is then distilled at the UerCUS atiiU the distillate being the wellknown spirits or on of turpentine the residue in tho i tills boinj theccimron rotn ilurpediiiM tarniig 13 carried on also in northern Florida Numerous cattk arid so mo shocp were noticed grazing on the wiry grans A man on tins train iaid tiiat wirie the native cattle flourished on that sort of grazing northern cattle could not iiubsiat on it but had to have xocdstulf like they were accus tomed to imported for their Use Presently trees draped in gray 1Itsoon me common notice That moss indicates damp locality It is useful for at stuffing for mattresses By and by breakfast time came on furnishing occasion for call ing down maledictions on the in ventor of socalled breakfast foodJ It is the fashion and the fad at breakfast time to mistreat ones stomach with n lot of chop stuff smothered and disguised with sugar and milk but the glorious right to vigorously remains to each American citizen and he should avail himself of it to the fullest Just Pullman breakfast was memoryI saith not except that it was expensive and unsatisfactory In due course we pulled into Union station at Jacksonville about 830 a m After thrashing around to find our train on the East Coast track and being rebutted and repelled and sot back before company by dint of weaving back and forth we finally got mto a Pullman chair car It was an evil destiny that led us mto it What we waited was a day coach As it was we bought 3s worth of discomfort from Jacksonville to Ifort Pierce ind it was a plenty for the money There was no place for the cmldren to sit except in our laps and when they were out of them ti were doing buck andwingjjig and clog dancing banjo tng comic and scnii mental singing most of the time our feet The first dash out of the box at Jacksonville brought us on the t ver magnificent St Johns 4ivcrWIt is umptysteen miles wade there and deep enough lor great sailing vessels one of savAvnichso to pre1V10USthfe clear wnite variety like Slate Creek oi the semirare occasions when itjis redliy clear I expected it toe look like coffeecolored stump water As were unmistakably in Florida Jiow we kept our optics peeled loj characteristic sights and scenes Let it be said right here that Florida landscape not alluriiig The country is too level ana there is too of a pinetree sameness or uninviting swampy jungle for that WeS looked antI looked for long hours for the sight of one orange grcve or even an orange tree Wifih the golden fruit on it but in vain We finally began to notice white or lignt traypatches along side the railroad They looked very much like snow but as we wer speeding rapidly south in Florida that conjecture was thrust aside as Unworthy of the time place and occasion Nobody on the train seemed to know what those light colored patches were Evidently all the passengers were on their lirst Florida trip like ourselves As the woods and grass fires were burning in every direction we guessed that they were the ashy rthains of pine Finally the word was pass ed around from some mysterious source that those white streaks were MUd Then we felt consid sheepish Yes we had bumped rudely against one of the greatest Florida f ctsyth itesand We made intimate ac quaintance shortly with that self same white sand and have all the respect for it that the law and good manners exact and then some For Florida and sand are syhonomous Sand is the great fundamental principle pf Florida Sand overlays and underlies all of Florida that We visited There are legends of rock being found smcwhere but we cant vouch fjcOClUJnn but Vie say to the person contemplating a Florida trip if her wants a rock to throw at a dog at the Florida East Coast Pullman officials and things lie had better take a pocketful rocks literal andfigu ra ofI home with him However there is a great to ba said for Florida san d Though there is sand still sandj ever sand every where it is a gen tlemanly breed of sand Every body knows thatour own i uRErit g I l I 4i41Sf 1 rix 4 fiNIiktl homegrown sand is a regular bCartnLle edgeNotsand sa not rirgrccsive at all It ir meek hmrbie r nl lowly The worst it will do is to gct into a fellows shoes if they arc of the lowcut fleii T5 on when the shoes nrj emptied on the hoar at bcatirna the sand will cling ones feet and tro to bed with toI That is a small iretter when it con idcr d that one never chews sand in Florida except when he oats rousted ckros That fault must bo imputed to the clams rather thn to the sand The wcjnder to a person from a vcgetationi vigorouslyiscouring his hands with it as he would with Kentucky sand In stead of cleaning his leaves a thin coating of a arnishI like consistency on them I pre sume that varnish is the source of plant food commingled with the sand As this is enough for the first installment I will desist until tho next time W HONAKER IJOIiCORRESPONDENCE Correspondents MUST get their items to us Monday if they ex pect them to be printed And please remember that visits be tween neighbors are not news Uppor Flat Creek Dogs killed eight sheen belong ing to R E Shields Friday night THE OUTLOOK has not space enough to give the sick list for everybody is sick Friday March 11 the death angel spread sorrow throughout this fromrearthJoseph Craycraft The bereaved alhostBethel Mrs J W Crouch haseen seoernlllaNorth Middletown visited rela tivcsherelast week Mrs TfSVRbbertson is visiting in Cincinnati this week W R peters Sr 9sold a five yearold horse to Coo Bramblett for 165 md bouglit a SyearHol mara ofJnhh Jjegah of Flemipp counts r 1l s ruD rMost nil the farmers have their tobacco plant beds prepared Wm Garner and wife of near OW Igsvi JaJand Miss Peachie Powcllof Hill visited the family of James Garner Sunday Elmer M ddots able to be out Sunday 1lughterfor several days Mrs Elizabeth Perkinscontin ues very ill at the home of her sister Mrs Geo Gillaspie VyominET James A chison and wife of Salt Lick visited Wm Snedegar and wife Sunday Mrs Sam Bradley is some bet ter of her illness Mrs George Six is very sick Miss Ollie Vanlandinghajn is very poorly again Rev Balerof Qlympiaprescn ed a trial sermon here Sunday Sam M Estill of Owingsville was here Sunday afternoon Moving has been the order of the day the past week Stoops Last week was the finest one weve had in many months Land is breaking up mean the dry windy weather is the cause Mars Thomas Crockett has been very sick- Henry Williams has moved to Aarons Run Miss Leona Morgan of Mt Sterling visited Mrs Thos Wdr ncr Friday John Cecil of near Judy is re- Ported to be getting along nicely with his injured limb For fourmonths there has been a milk and utter famine in this section but conditions have begun to improve A citizen of our county who chances to own two hogs is con 1lsidered immensely rich while have over two are put in the millionaire class Miss Stella Gopher is getting along nicely with her school f Jack Foley and four ofhis chil dren are dangerously ill with pneumcnia Mr Folay dicfd Mpnday night ED f haveredImother at Poplar Plains K i t i t i t t rIftf t 1 J i 1 i i jt t tM 1gcr yrtYlns toneI tacc1I t 1jirct larrQI dbbisb kinds have A Iitl led from Mt St rUng bT omlafIsto burn bcIs wzth mmett F oneof our colj lor4d le s y1ttwng itrving a ncc iliastal tS aped fron the jcl wesuppode lie 7 1lrunUingIJ liss Peeresi Co was pre sented to a cio jded house by the women of Son i ct tllch Frlfday night Tj prccceds amount jecl toaooatM Laf Lips wellknown old colored r aLtiled of pneumo nia Tuesday light Lafe was something celKeubon Fields he did not knov die letter or figure from anothe mt he could work my problem ii mathematics as quick as it v a given to him On Sundartrained nurse came from Lbdngton to be with the family o JiIcToley Thomas NiCfcohS and wife of North Middktdrn were visiton lire SnturdaI qilunday- T T carrJaciio of Mt Sterling l family or Mrs SlaHs 4iion Saturday KKJSeveml were at Ow ingaville Mon y 1i a James Stephens Sr has pneu monia IMiss EU aGflrClliS on the ksck list Mrs LcmjD nton who was poorly last week with pneumo is better Mrs W l rlhison and little son Irvin of Ewington visited relatives here several days Win Andersbp of near Shot burre has re d the storehouse at this place and is selling here Mrs AlpheusVicc and son Es till visitedJas Riddle and fami ly of upper Wjiite Oak Tuesday ofUist week The farmers uro busy breaking ground and sowing tobacco beds preparingsfor Isrge crops f RJ Anderzhbought a horse Chas Hon1kck for 115 Iof Mrs EHabtirBoyd died Sun morning A r 53 A Brtnoi and Miss Lizzie Reed Vice elop1c last Wednesday to Klemitigdbftrgaird were mar ric n to Cincimiat i to spend a ncyf oiya with hi motbclv who reside tler atthevrKarchpi Was enjcved fo every thatattendcd e fi i s illIMf AnnabelPortcris en the sick list U fMra Bessie Sorr of upper FuitCrcck visiiedlier father L P Day lastvecli Mrs ThqniasDaugherty is ill Oiuia Born March 9 toFoy Swart and wife a fineboyi Elder BattenField filled Elder Georges pulp t here Saturday and Sunday Charlie and May Swarts start ed to school at Owingsville Mon dayMiss Naomi Clark is visiting her grandmother at Winchester Mrs Peter oodan son Ray and wife of near Preston visited Mrs Kate Costigan Sunday Charlie Penix returned from Wes tVirginiaaf tera stay ofthre Algin Clarkand wife of Roes Run visited friends here Satur day and Sunday PondLickMiss Clell MqGJpsson and Mrs WIDE week Died Sun tir March13 Miss Bettie Pergir after along illness She was an invalid 22 yeai of hefandwasaiJaugh ftIeSaturday ahjl Sunday Mrs Ale Caniier of Owings yille visite HHSDr Clark her Sunday f Little Mi p Ada May Costigan gave a birtl aydlDnerSaturday Stepstone Francis cQiiithYnd wife visited friendj atiHOwards Mill last week j i Mrs Me Alexander visited re latiycls and Winchester last week j r MilljeCMt Stjyrlinr riv Iiiltwas here St41Y Bud Ms1 idwif moved from Mt tthi George Mpley T Iiit k Mrs j Cors i5 very iritwlfl- I 1 I y k t rv ir j riHowIrdsday with A W Donohew and family betIMrs Mary J Uttcrbcck is no better of her illness Mrs Martlid Alexander is very ick Wm Henry jon the sick list Miss Bertha Reynolds and little sister Ohio are visiting friends at Salt Lick Mrs Frank of Owings ville is Visiting her mother Mrs Sue Jones James Conley and wife were in Owingsville Tuesday Marion Powers baby is very sickJohn Cassity is on the sick list MynhierCarpenters Dawson Carpenter left Monday for Illinois where he will work again this year Elder Adams will preach at SuI gar Grove next Saturday night andjStinday March 20 bait LICK Miss Sallic Cundiff Miss Myrtle Downey Bud Wills and Pete Downey all left on Train 21 last Wednesday morning for Middle town Ohio Elder J E Wilhoit of Preston was here last Wednesday buying lumberT Bonze and family of West Virginia arrived last Monday and moved to the farm he recently bought of Dell Downs Eo C Kimbrell auctioneer re ports the sale of Jeff Hawkins at Polksville March 8 as follows a scow 528753 heifers 1425 each one aged cow 30 4 shoats each corn 350 per barrel potatoes 65c per bushel Iiawi things sold fairlywell A sized crowd attended Mr kins and family left for Indiana ito make their home Mrs Vunvorhies of East Lib erty Ohio is visiting Capt Sim Grain and family fenry ahd Willie Hunt sold their farm near Piersalls Mill on Salt Lickcreek for 700 S Charley Williams arid family of Midland left March 14 for 11 linois to make their home Four lawyers have been cn gaged to attend the April terms of Court here on the first Saturday in April Aiew strecton the south side of thbid o lRdvJl be open eUltTrnenarudiiSal lo Day vas well attended Owen Crosthwaite sold i mule for 185 J W Blair d mare mule for 151 Dell Downs a sovand pigs 3325 E Robin son an aged mule for 2125 and one tor S75 several good cows sold from 25 to 35 John Williams sold 80pound shoats a t S850 per hundred Several pri vate sales were made R Stephens attended the funeral of Judge Ramsey at Ow ingsville Saturday Charles Lefevre of Campton was here last week looking after his property Jas W Davis left Sunday for Lexington where he will engage in the carpenters trade Clell McCarty and wife leftfor his wifes health for Texas MarI 14thJohn Kautz is preparing to build another new cOttagein the Colli ver division- Mrs John Kautz fell and was very badly injured one day last week Married Miss Lula Hawking and Everett Williams at Lick March 12 Rev Ramey of ficiating We wish this good looking couple peace and happi ness through life F S Bailey of Winchester and John Foy of Rochester New York sonsinlaw of Capt Sim Grain tire faere to see the Cap tain who is seriously sick John Thompson bought horse of John Warren for 150IEd Jones has about recovered from a speltof the griP- e Wm Daniel bought a yoke of oxen at Morehead for 100 Lafayette Zone of Grassy Lewis county visited Lenzie Rich mond here last week Mrs H H Kring of Farmers n1BYlastCamargo4vashere Uncle Henry Wills is imp roy ing a littlei W S Maze bought the A J Kauffman automobile that was 1urdaytoJ here Sunday DoctorJohnny I see thepills I gavejyou have made oul well again How did them with water or in cakeISmall JohnnyJ my popgun to shoot at 7 AjIf fift J A L f I 1 + f rp r I fitri 4AJnvc i1 iiliSKtiflL LlTOBPRI 1 TfCIlT0 i 1 t f fizr mr Yhy not have TfiE OUTLOOK do your printing L ii can do It us wIi and as cheaply as you can f have it done clsewierc quantity and quality con 7t- fsidered i th 5r Run over this list and see if there isntsomcthrngli- ZtPOL2flCCd l rr3Y J Letterheads IEnvelopesBillheads Statements Pamphlets Invitations Blank of nil kinds ft VIe have both rag apd bond linen writing paper ruled tand unruled for typewriter rag and bond envelopes We put writing papers in tablets with blotting papcrcovcr if desired 7 We have for sale in any quantity blanks such as deeds mortgages and 7 Address THE OUTLOOK OWINGSVlLLe KYS TH OUTLOOK8UBSCR1BERScT 1 U SrPostoffice Department expects all newspapers tQT quire subscriptions PAID IN ADVANCE The general price of one dollar per for weeklies originally made in t consideration of its being paid in It costs more now to make newspaper than it did when the price 6f one llarwasrt fixed It is not profitable to the publisher to take subscnptiprtsat that if not paidin advance So every consideration makesit Iurgent that you keep your subscription paid ahead SA STOJGHNThe 213i by Wilkes Boy 224 con of George Wilkes the king of all trotting sires will make the sea son of 1910 at the stable of A It Talbott on the Dr Bigstaff place five miles from Sharps burg at y- j TE1ST DOLId3S to insure living colt St Johns dam is by Red Rob a 131ettkandth r son of the mighty Gcor Wilkes So you can see he gets two direct Crosses through his sire and dam to old George Wilkes 2d dam by Magic 3d dam by old Waxey 4th dam thoroughbred St John is rich bay with black points 6 years old f5i hands high has fine knee and hock action cap show a 250 gait on the road and if trained would make 210 trot ter He is game levelheaded and wellgaitcd has splendid dir position lady can ride or drive him take my wife and little children behind hil on the road St John is a fine breeder his colts are large and stylish with plenty of bone and must be seen to be appreciated Atsame time and place BIG IKEa black jack with mealy nose 153 hands high arid has proven himself one of the best breeders in Bath county His colts sell at weaning time at 100 bnd over Big Ike is by Marion ridges old grey jack out of the Crooks jennet by old Alexander Big Ike wiimaind nt8 to insure living colt money due when mare is partedy with bred to other ckiGrlsattentionat10ca day Iwill not be responsible for accidents No business done jonSunday AR TIL3Ott9 Sharpsburg Ky RFD 1 SG37 IF R SALE IIHaving decided to go West will sell my Home farm at lies Mill Bath county Ky containing 60 acres with good dwelling good batn all necessary ings good garden good new fencing land in good state of cul tivation two good grist mills ono on premises one at Salt Lick This property will be sold at bargain Come and see or write me at Moores Ferry Ky H GIBBS CG3 F r d h if J i S Receipts 7t C Labels 1 ti i C ard 0t xt Posters I f Dodgers tMo Forms or r J so t oiMeases The y ar country was advance a i t a a a a I a or also a J I 7 1 TIlE REAfc QUESTION Littie If BcsieMamma howhl Iknow when Im naught v v Mother Your conscience will tell you dear 1 Little BessboI dont careVabout what it tells me will ittell youIlarpers Monthly 4S Little Howard Mamma thir teen is ah unlucky number isnt it 4a Mamma Some people thihkit is dear Little IIovard Well there I were thirteen pieces of cake 0n I the kitchen table so I cat bnetij break the hoodoo M Teacher Tommy w j- I0 SJ7b1SflOC s seechr 1i f I but the onlypatps 1V9 got ismynruth5jAPPRECIATION Fa 4 grcatixiajjthan RolloiI wont say my son that he was greater bitt has proved much less expensfyeV Waafc ington Star V I MODERN SCIENCE Always something new nowadays vSS I r What now 7 gtrUfcC I NATURAL SuPPosITiox1 going to burn coal hereafter V Pjg hereafter I thought oi Nick would attend t the hcitm i problem for 3ou then S HoiieandiaIJ BILLSa tSPROMPTLY PRINTEYATiE OUTLOOK OFFICE 4 A 1 BYRON f 3 z i Ky p r1 1 t 1