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rakes ana twlne at it I I L 9A BYRONS- S sWMk1andof this f 11 town is taking thq census for th i I1 tOWfl f Shapbur Ii I Sw v J uia i 51nghatns and lfF inak clpn eon then 5 5 0 tt 9 j cJieMiEsTILLJ cbisti iotiItrtmetested oldret C if J 1 iiinKitheUwagon I E 0 x an9N ue t1 l wIU g d I a 4 rt t t I 44 a r 4 lI t II g 4 S udh4st1nw buck L11q m r fafid paint bnhesat cYATBgt YRONS ii fAROtEDvHIeveriihd Per n of who was sent t tSthe penitentiary for 12 years I 30r Thomas J Jones hasIIIt jffiMB paroled d5 S2d Iifyouflasteel or cast rnge g iat lSpfcftDijfe housekeeping out = l a sewing mchine i 1wsv got emIci ELA TBYRV r JI QN v V I aj HoilKILbD MEATS Fresh4 IiiiN mettfi fish oystersat r 11 AIIs Srrs Ross old rll iWid fnext doot to the postoffice i Ie All accounts due the dZI l1 t tpMcbrnonth 3942q I fr LliMave yoveenthe r 4Irin Shields brand of I LaHit8hM r oxfords 01 Ma everything n- cc5i1vp r I1ijstoe The Pocketr E n citvfJ i Vso highimd the I S loi l IIIW that they will sur tt p nu 39tfJz iCAL1I14O CARDS tS I WItaliythingintheljneoftee t 4b4 1 1 or f er te aii I viiBtinif cards lfeaaflijlvit THIOUTlSf1I Ill I J ahdex ir I J1 and see samples to 1o7l1 45f L r TIDC ARROWAs IL reedyi vtS J uylltfiUUIICr I rrJ P I WIkean arrow jnark xtrr IdUMsabe1on their Our1 t tt I LLRpnberthgtwecannoterdr y h I 1J s t pe l authorities not perIt J fI1i 1J It tf s4J fI fo 1 vnc vW6IrrJl WnILEYo r t orir cldoUieifz5Octo1osi4 1 srf v t pslr 1of men lsdies Jj 111- j rl r roxfoi i 1 e a rtoc 1 ad IIwme MiitltieIr1 f n r i + tJr L tC Forth It Jo 1t1 foe l 1 Iderendab1e ecds i i ort Jr GILLOWSc r J irt 9 001n g YlliJLr 1til4 it 119 r 1 g f r1 PbI ti i 1 If rbI1 n ijcr fCr ith ofe 1 i sijcg1 1 I b 1 l i 1tji ti tliq 4i 1 q ots JAJ 4 t jt tI iIt A 4 J rt 4fd 1 6 9 51 Tt rr 1 t 2 J rrrJ3ttJ4 ta1 44 t tICi i P4 I I or Jf d r rt tIlt t1 iIt a 1jO l d SIi 2H 4 1 A i PERSONAL VtonMrsH C Gudgell visitedrs atives in Winchester t Geo WvBoyd joined his wife I tMartinville nd Jast week g afortcafueHis fttnilytvVlfeslieMcCprmick anjvife of Mt Sterlli t flis rnes jifeSdnday Mrs Carrie Lcyattendcd the p C W j3rtr las w iS Honaker al1d Miss Lucy L Hdnaker yerd in LcxiitonjThursdayAlex A W Wal dertandrSheriff Seth Botts were- ffiWinchoster 1rida7 to 5Ited1IIhorni leiSt wee jM urstre of Grlyson iaied her mother Mrs Ida El- 1i6tt from Thursday till Satur fcatf r Miss Linda Allen visited Ray family in Winche teVfrom WednesUaY till Satur da SaLri Kemper Jo Conner and CarWade of Mt Sterling were Tri town Wednesday night of last week Mn DeBaun grandfather 0 Mrs Gs W Mills u VIS1 of some weeks returned home to Perryville Saturday Mrs G W Mills went on front i theC WBM convention a Winchester lastweek to visitrel abea at Perry ville v Kash of Keystone W ILLp day with his erMrs 1 ol Slate Yalle1 i t t V L I ekAr ff i4earin wife and daugh1 TennItI erlsm thenoseRuu WinchesteranMt Sterling joined the latter ILillianvisit to Mrs John W Honaker all returning home Iday morn Ing 4 Bring Y9t1 jobwork to THE OUTLOoKoffice 4 Newest styles in boys suits at L D BROTHERS nedMont was one J Parasols umbrellas all prices matMrsEstillsJ H E Hillenmeyer theLexing71 thGackberries Somenecessary additions andV improvements being made to j the electric light plant Get a genuine Brown double yourselffurtherE L A T BYRON SOME SNIPESThsnipe hunt ers a last week Some ducks were reported but theirkilling POTATOESPotatoes so replantthangrowing 9UtUrigbt SHAPING AND STRiNcaNGT Jail j er Puff is leveling Jihdjsodding swithVimont street Rtjt8 f RDRORSP 0 a TIMP Ther4dlXWIe uauallycom ont11 LiIg river riffle I ree are in bk htentWl9cdat Jhetiiitiont wiaild besb wbepey11er at4rn an JtlJc b rotyyearsago i iI 1 t j fJ S k S 4 t rk a 7 0wi MMrs Alex Con er wa re1gcted last week at- inchester h as of the- hristian Womens Board of Mis for the Eighth district corn posed of the counties of Baths Ourb nt Clark Hanson Montc e nd Nicholas Mri1t M Goodpastermade i ablexesponse to the address f hiMrsreport for the Young Peoples Work and wlw reelected DiS- trict Superintendent for that de xvMrs the- epbrt for the0 wlngsyille Aux illiary Mrs Sallie Scott of IBethel ffBatJ1couJ1ty oRrrJACKSunu Jjt S 1Ua n m thefrec itroYetElUcoveredwas weUbelovIf lprevious frost had go t1riojie third to onehalf of 1e peaches pears plums an1iir ries and from appearanc1j there will be ofeach left Potatoes a look like they had been d boiling water Much of tl derer fbliae trees tbery is also killed It is likely thattsC04Pi Em the loxv grounds tTHAT 40 PER CEM1I Judge A N Crooks mtil before th tte of Equalization aganTLatL raise of- ir Bat WIt thewoc thepaiity r e they w ot hat theyhI4 IMay1 t j rf fth1B t telIt IIthe IENLzeda t tighSchool declaim i eLac3j andBanksThonipon re cq n Inze f250 They will repre sTournamentThe farce At Sixes and Sev lens is said to have been the best ever performed by the pupils INTERESTING OLDS1CTURE We are indebted to A WC unfitSf IWmgroupItdation di the Courier and the Journal FORCONGREssThe soi S fCartercandidate for Congress appears in this issue of THE OUTLOOK McGlonean article in of Mr Fields candida- cyCoNLEMcCiwjI i a m McCartydaughter t near reston were married at T EWilhoitPANIELMCCLAIN h o m a s Daniel and Artie McClain of Salt Lick neighborhood were married HousebyRevMonday STRAYED Dark chestnut sor rel mare blazed face white hind feet thin short tail ten ortwelve informationLook at L D Brother ladies andgentsoxfordsI C CE Salt Lick Our measles patients are rapid ly improving physicians eem to knpw what to do ho so far James Davis has returned from jtisit to his mother at Coif ax Tr pickersori ebld a house and lot to his son L L for 600 theRobinsHooe at Olive HilluastL wee M gj atlyiimprbved w i Dickerson sold o A HL iMttrip of land foiO- 4 r i Associatlo ere Thursday Dr S1 Winchester sand sevra were here Mrs IdaSutton d old her interest ounty property to 1Jq the Ore Mi t4CVirgil Kimbrol1 covered from meash3- Y v3 had a r here Fridayiygl 4a Ujce Fcpf lveryThe ne spo I ill be putin e a emnS eeIFwoisJi I oltk7 t chiloV Lc- thi LCie i r day fci ki 44JfJb gijtjie Is J MX ti h7sIi r rgaHnsgrcadan tMr1Er DciBRamil f9nwguite podrly s veraIclays Jast ofaJon jdlifrbnijuladderbneday lutW an rm MfeJptrn Stone and little grariddaughterWillie Stone near Caiiiele came last w to make thei home for the prei Stonan4wifesic for several days v daughCynthia IStonetpta J MrsRvi orfshoppingFndy lis n1ind litj niece Della of Soldier visiting fronds qerev aiH Spender adwife ham ifWer IrCofcJv j iningsvilloSunday 0 edhothfromi ter of her illness 1 LMIss Inez RoTbrts returne Catlettsbugher brother B C Miss Vella riq14son tho 1Mrsis visiting Clyde Peed and wife in OwingsI VIe r a Wedding c also M Aunt Susie Continues the same of herillnegs LittleYissSilba Northcutt came Saturday to make her home FpySwartsMr f FaimerslaslMisesFayKorr Sarepta Jack SOil andbrother Stone Met- calfe Dudlej Warner Earl Rat supisec1Lloyd a vitha stormrtyori hisbLhadancnjoyabIet tr li J t j t rgefravife nod Miss Miw were in Salt Lick J itdand ArtaThomp wnw6r nMl r datfeMppirigT iSVon4whyBurnsJohnsOn of I Sternng conies to S Lten trAiq QroOkSJ and n Blevins tttdpdlheSundEiyschopUcbitt ot w TTS4MargareIeGothhin who icd h roa few w gO waS d9lastaeprM 4 d tWaS organized iivendalisJSirings Suhdiyvf Mrs Je 8G jPkrks isupnthftaick iSt4 v We t frost arid freeze Satur axtiglitandSlindayniglit1 raEtta Fichof Olym piavistd week iDickWe rhinge ptwife Mt Wi Real Js ofOwingsc- 441i Ilted hcre Sunday MisPress es daugh- terMiss MavyjsitejnrOv1flSr- ille Friday and Saturday Miss Gl WiUiami ited pi rtSa r itiT M 1of rf 11lwaukeesieiMIt admThi- stratioiihas determined trt a rpore mansl1t111 n 04imes taftat only hoJkiliipg and- fir 1t SI f r 11 t i jo r4 a 4 V f 1 Monuments Tombs ndMarkrs have anuprtbdate stock ai m in a position to make price right Barre granite and the elebratedsilver grey marble a specialty See me before ng 4At C MARKLAND- have OQAL4 onJetetCoati nt r it1 r P ecan z s IIt i 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uti03s 1 st- 5s Of ft St15ca1 qSI a 4ft 0 vf r J t J c a iSi ti pS hft I I f J if p3p frt 4 iI tIr ftI 4raP4y i it t 5 tiji j jk5 a 1I 1 tI1S j tg r r V J 1 t 1 tS If+ Ma il f7y r 4I J y a 9 4 a tq III4 v1 p ia a sI V 4 41q ii t o LIIeE Ck1l1cJa i u1 IV54J JI4 i lit51 1l7atloc t ifs rtoa P r I a lee L4w iettut tiOIa IiiJ 70 0 t d 1 J o I t t 1 fi F t t W b t a LtlbJ k S f 5Sc t 1 r t T t II Xl- titit Wv1rtjt woriv bis nMUrfIaH r pAlain tha same year The Glided Age jrrjtten In collaboration with Charles r1 TSawyerberry Finn nine years later Of the etUngrT 00 ngArthurof Joan of Arc appearedTin iSSZ 3thaturiousmade his bow Misfortune Dogs Him wnameeting PSofrPfootsteps ofreaping isWorksstock company known as C L W tlargestworks Ho had accumulated consider r fUonalrepnoneIifailureClemens was abroad at the time and tl goutlecturer and writing articles In to pay the debts of the defunct inItJhardeldest and most accomplished daugh ter Miss Olivia S Clemens who died In Brokentask and in two years he had paid off his debts AwayAs her hue band misfortunes his wlfeta healthbegan to fall He moved to Florence Italy In the that hu stwouldavail and on November 6190f she In died in that far off land About this time the humorist met I I tlye 4SI 1 It timesa 17 t as t bode U ti 4I of to to t v thaI to p i sne my J J l b7 e f 2 t 1 th a 1 T t h I Is e J u t IfW 4atiVKqultt Dont yon kno wla thereV a visitor la the as omT safd Fraacea to her little lr themwHow do yon know Tdu baventbeeu1nr But aaidJSracfr5T heard mamma ayinB apaM TltBlU Oaily Colored aoeon in tUerltiLzoo laalJa ttared nose andgrayiwLiLe k ar5 wh1akerL Idt j 2 vhY 41 YT ou n TapzWItawHJt IitAible f a r lhim WaIUaItiww 1 =n r iJ 0fW 7 f y sttf 1 DIllIES OF CITIZEN Colonel Roosevelt Lectures on This Subject in Paris i SORBONNEl1 SivinU Professors and Students onngiIn France fcParIs April 23 Savants professors students ot the University of theSQCIUssan ap lecturerwaRoosevelt said Republicthe r Umeawasb3de 0emotelt il Unionsowmen wood toUrhoJaahardstrugglo with tb thetndlnnhaunte lonsiant tuergrimrm toeIntIlthe old ildl To conquer the wilderness means to wrest victory T withwhIchmemorial 1nfahcy of uri ceThe 5tthprimeval conditions must be met by prmevalquaUU which are Incom muchtbathas a cras itriveneanbo w quAewon success In so many lines postj the frdeholdrentotorwalddimly Bometlsighted vi the ef rlai gain or whether for a natloa ei taiUvldnal abthere eIThlopajS5 flt t ni5 it ancatio jIof treasures stored inthe1 Wdeatf abodes wisdom Md IearnlBgjlsuca this upon selwheret to a mistake for any nation merely m aucopyweak desslearn from another ard willing andIn thttonalformus invewatteacher as veIl as a sckolar tkeSubject I subject of yiatiHiB taace to you t hearers aad to atyaa niy ceua rymen because yoq we are cltl ens ot great deintcratlc republics A on mocratic ek as eack of u bl1eopler preeeats itfce most all oeslbiasTClUjejiBBeBts e1I pI1lkSQrat LioIFranee Prance iUt 1it171ieN c p thernatIeaaTsareiy oae e the most Btta eJHr wo4e hi f tryiterary1 deveibfiHVI compatible tralta notable ea4tffWpljar ad ateecratt ThallaatryeeF- reoc aolbas few7ceir- 1e been poieraI and durIa r ite same centuz4ee at every cou rtIa urcp the LrM1i of fukloaL- ve t treated the French toague as ca eec while evry art f Ua1 01 Iettreand eve y mai I b940itppreclate that ar fTelous InstrumenVot B Frenck 3roae has turuedowarda France fo dand inspiration How long the lead rekip Ia arms and letters has lutei curiously lllactrated by the fact the Uie earUNt sterplee Iamoom oiiguo Is the splendid rencu whlck telte pi RolaHdB doom and Uiel Chariii in eiqireiaion Aa aiabie expression while tilnk ii Ii Mkea agreeable 1nect1o- t f vole while ipeakIng An fxa- iertI4ar Jp either case brings un a1uli waay Umos quite napleai I fieltIIFro an article fa tls Ck8Ie 3 TMLlttle qarvarOthera tUttkLii which pr atlWalter iaeIo0 fxrtwww bemjetlo tStabbGra IS Maria What Ie adtstcIaa i the parlordMp ltttb That to ealy the nti- osiea1M for light boUeWezk B1 oaMmeco Hka uMIIa Plaw Prvrb l h daiif door pa ftj a ea t fi 1 ntifz i 11 l l tat s i i c o thelordsstricken at Roncesvalles haracterLetthose 1gbstandard thesestandThero is need of a sound body a rutaboveeswhichodfaithexercise of the body always provid aldevelopment toalltho education must contain much be sides booklearning In order to be really good We must ever remember that no keenness and subtleness of Intellect no polish no cleverness In any way make up for the lack of great solfmastery ciyetothers Courage and resolution these are tho qualities which mark a mas terful people Without them no pc Itselffromside I speak to a brilliant assemblage IIrepresents aoto elaborate sIshall have the cIarand vir cIuLa strong and a brave 1Ihttaherewho declaim against the unrighteous onlyeydreadfulUthlngand pimeIs war The choice must ever beta sa gohetherwhether the alternative be war The estion must not be merely is there ThequesUonmugreat laws of righteousness once answerfrom lie Everyhonorable libtoof trouble but no selfrespecting Indi dual no selfrespecting nation can who wrongFinally ways t than sa tmportantthan Th an aember that theohptfftI t ry t jteS t r Ie4aaitysterltltytand ndimnatlotis shouMbo4at vrIewilful sterility ntlal In anx cIvlllzaUon I that the thifather bedat the race shall increase and this IS not so If through eafaultcrease It Is a great misfortune If- e failure 1s due to deliberate and lful fault then It Is not merely a In I tortune It Is one of hole crimea tw ease and selflndulgence of shrinkpo frighich in the long run nature ea UI more heavily than any other a Idle Achievementsto thbemancipated ourselves from the ra don of wrong and error bring down our beads the curse that cispon the wntully barren then n w1lI bE an Idle wasta9f breath to prattle pt our achievements to boast of 1tJi efferogiess nq sordid heaping up ches no BCflUQUS development of sit and literature can lfl any w oiibnsaO for the loss of iifundamental vrto eM the eftbOTOtM tUJc3hei B tlfia ieMeI nci net lr ltheflhe Is the mine cangefOUI to uno I Polltl Courage intelleCt alltho inns h w erful qualitles lsene but to make ir man more evtt If U r areueed inerel- or thSt mans own advanceeat with bruta lndtfterenee to the Tigkb I of others It SpeakS iiior the eeialm nit7 It the community W treatsthelrVO OfwltethtthO are u c tota which I tterdifference whether suck a mans e Youth and nrlngtlme Seeds are aprou tree kuddlng flowers peepinout frOm warm nook Everything grcwsln springttm Youth Is springtime habits arpaprcuti ing dIspostIOns are leaves opinions are forming Beecher Would Have Cenim rca yalwi The amount otcSrben exhaled tr aa COullmLPsolldiUedot coaUweigblag halt a ton With One Ear Awake J 1innysaii1 the boya lBO iher hope yonhave been a alce q Ie- atchoot oy e4IIIheJohnnyteacle said bed whip U7 boy room who waked me up He dlflI Him ilkLetin a nutshell I7I what you think Is l1ienj all right ev r7eM3 itS I iy4 Jtrf it 11 t r f i t J Inth1eresoldier or orator Journalist or popu jrorksJorevUthen ondftmncd U7cesJudgelut trflesunderstand that In the last analy charInthemalLibertyto liberty for himself and asa matter of pride he will see to it that others receive the liberty which he thus claims as hIs own Probably the best test of true love of liberty In any country Is the way in which minorities a retreated in that country Not on should there be complete liberty matters of religion and opinion but complete liberty for each man to lend onlythathis neighbor Persecution is bad ber withoutItmoment to be the persecutor and which the persecuted Class mca wIthoutIgiven time substitutes loyalty to abclass for loyalty to the nation or Isstltuteshatred of men because the happen to come In a certain social for Judgment awarded thentto their conduct er always that the aamo measure oft tothod POU or crush any manvfijause he is poor and to the envy and hatred hich would destroy a man because binlitythe envious andaateful malice dl rected against wealth or power are to really at root merely different maul festatlon of the same quality merely thTheowor exploits and rulna his leu- fortunatebrethreBlsat heart fbi mgueIUDdlfthosewhohave to bepubUcpCporthostile to other citizens of the repub 1 that he will secure for thosarhogoelect him in one shape profit at the expense of other citizens the republic It makes no dltter CIahatred ke makes such an appeatshOlJitatdlbe pr sumedy tpT make It fehe 4Lepiery St ll aombzI sac gl- hIch t this pmnwJ 4 J1NY4votefng wrong in your Int can 4 Mbecoinessomething wrong agaiusi jOur nter- t We 19FrancetilAndOU d4oems or the world The an on thendshipIted StiteS has been Oat 271ncereca1amit to you would be a sorrow But it would be morel than theStorystand out as a p tePDauty or ded0 cIskick Bwkea them rank fomer e IeaderW0manbifl France IalalftheUoaaFor her to stontke erld lriUtakHoU or brWIa ead oe eBrk IIary thatahe caa tet lnettor th4 any ol eraI beUthS r ecb peasantry Iealhrook It was to tell boW the l e 8lthJlrw rrlorfoe tO I want Igl1UrelS w N MTfI Ireeof atlm otcUred terd the reatm finceaaaever rIkeathat there were net left mei It kbwoiidvaliantly tfIt Y ave bad a gtat put 1IJ e 1MwSlllIaTe a great tture I mat yoB carry e1Te r IJuJItIzen3 fa EtIO Wk Jr lea4UBg part IS the teacl CucluJoJ mUnIof mankInd I SeemedA d rOutd le Is the bet thing lit 1 the world for peopleTMbitold him TIItlI what your fathei seem IIsbiflkthtastsr dalo Exre 1rTarejy PosSible How idb you like my bl8 lthub byT 1 got the recipe out or a Weu my dearlfoundB button Iy one and a feather in anothet 1Jou Iot the k1ngreclpemlxell wIth the fashion hints The Usual reeeeBlntv What lsayoungfaa to do wbea his attention has been arrestel by a pretty girir VIIIcourse Dl w lpfThe Air ShIp u lExtlted American laUte tur v ane the war our Bter rtychanttIIaOyearS ago sir the AmerIca flag s U respectedlfl every air over the globol Calm Aetl TiiliJJPbo acala Btr when 1e a i ueit tarUt reitsion au can buIld sie 7shipsdo abroaLPUCL Breelaji I It crJ 5S J tI r r cjor t tJj 5j r- ir j r 14P5T 7J fti1s I f9 f 4 I I t f i E THADEREYJIw OJ Financial Unrest Reflects te ls tent Upon the JnductriaJIfc I Condition IfcT l NewYorkRGDun t CCely review says j While business BentlrapjBtS 51UncUy optimistic wherojrSextracting eight or nlnetl lions of new products out of tfe Is carried 03 there Is confasidiafaa 1 uncertainty in the financial iikkeq There the severe depressiOn oa bidg a the pressing needs of Ixjadea ike conUnued large expoite of gol4 femNew York and the heavy lerchut llse imports Into the United SttiV the overprod and copper leadlngtotaIJt9tJurfalt mentot operaUona and some lIe tremarkableVpolltin 7 and the United States produce con fusion of opInion as to the Immediate gfuture Yet there has been aJnptable abatement of the recent unrest of la tbor with advances In wages by im rtportant corporations fJj The crop prospecta arefon thS whole consIde4S rare improving The ret weather while causIng some damage In placesShas by Increasedmolstuht been very elsewhere There has been ome readjustment of prices toamore normal basis This causes con irregularity In textile b lue yet on the whole the dry rade while conservative js conlliyearA t a prevails In the wool trader Ina number of impor tant centers the business activity Is reported to b81Jp to full pacIty while in others where conditions are itotedTheexpand It becomes Increasingly evident that a general curtailment ot pig trots production may develop Is e sear future unlees conaitloaa la s market meet with some adjust mcnt The output of all grade 2Srunning steadily In excess of the de and and stocks naturally accumu ted4Icotto rekc1in await devolormts Ia raw eot efore operating oa eeave her fabrics Retailers JUve17but stead IIout of the primary ruse of the uncertainty la fed ods pricea jr jref i Manufacturers gene creasing sh1P t iboeeryitlsm in tke primary 4ijaoeti taik not reflect strlbutlng r URin f 4J j fAIrUREAeLPIri e l f J4ISifl555 1 n r r arf I i4 t r s k Dd ftn i f jfrL f t I ttJ1 tLwJM fti lk r 4 ro endJI A 14 a 71 sb I F ii j d Kf1 tJI Ii eKing Alrllii2h 11 r 3 bush gtlaSt- e corAcspondiDg period Gbm exports o the wee 1 bush agaln p 94iII week and 1030408 bse1aIhu r e 4i weeks ending prI21 j exports are 24mll1 J 629166 bush last year1 r iCTOIACCOMARI5EDioIJ Kytoteret last weekoB the tobaccoaarket hose cea redIs loose tobacco of which e ere heavy oKsrIngs The weather t oaditlona were very favorable for andling the weed aninuck of t from Ue barns wbre It has ung Since the earing measee Sales tirlTw the week ea1it84toab j 4 eee The coasfatad w to d11 = prices net frm torI aM s tt1f 1 fl- 1JINMANKLT t ctlBnalt1 i u yrlaj 4S t t S6UI 1 7eas 0 faallt1flkUIsjriec patellt S5SOa580 do f5L 1t7 ern b1ecl4C tfN ttkL1t J O 41ecl C N l1dt81 6c No s wbite g4ac No 2eIgIagIc No 2intxe 6Oa c ear SSaGle No 3 whlta j4a44c o a Iliad 43a440 He4Ne1 thnothr 1k1950 No 1 160- 7No 1clover 14IK155O 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tady who had appeared for an Instant at the door went on slowly JiJf tuitatrs and the girl held And more 1iMRtwlth her steady eyes until the step dlaway aboVe I knoQ T tyou waatimy father ton Mr BIllI1 d uin both- pureulngj ltlmIt famine itrae 0113 dlC laCf1i1 I would have ycAi know that myiatker la an- hbnorbmani I ii ae c m i 4- M1Dc14 1 iialfmeai- yt1iIsion pletee bntI amotq- uite tho1sceiAade you Uilak ae its true thatT fsia iiot in New Orleans land I neyvr4 aw your father f7life 1 cane to Raleigh on a mission tfc 0lutely nothing to do with Mr tlub be did not know 1 was the way here a message Intended for your father came Into my BIt was thrown on the train at Kildare laat night I had gone out ion the platform because the sleeper was hot and a warning to your father to keep his bands1 off or Applewelght was given to me Here it isv it seems to rue that there is immediate danger In this and I want to help you I want to dp anything I can for you I didnt come here to pry Into your family secrets Miss Dangerfleid honestly I dWBir She took tIe piece o paper into her slowlynOAAlconflrmedt some earlier know edge of the threat they contained Then she lifted her head and her eyes were bright witkVialrth as Ardmore woaderlBg ease Retthein V DW7 get k JyCTY truthbuihintbayueeddIwtIsAed hOwMd r t8i ilba tw hitefnk Yoiitkiew back lathers butter a te the aawho gave you the ap4jsck Ooh JJerry DaacwieU1 Taa l ewa id ttu rdmene cli pitaa ttTtGjef1Jd JaIa1I t aad ruaedfrethebeiie 1 4c t fl 1AItEI MN LNeiirid ae dld n1ieBevet TW lldgtAt eVffrm a bench ia tie etateh 1HfonwotcOBCludeCa DCr Jt was tote anLb1hid 1iabenpUO Wi1 DO piOlueflOw g1rldsWIably the glrlW DaBc8rtewlt tImd 8B tJI pIIt and so iierQKiKk4ynliiBi iliato Ue bargain that hi reeeive se W a dilferent life aM HC b fnJjjt the crYortpOcrfIRthe tut parkbeachrnIedlythco1IIhgovernors ILo the statehonue pMs aiiUre y hlid bImHii atM t iU was so etowwat ot despair that lt could Bt hive failed to m rf4 a otMIMD5efaSIdILbit a few IMSI latee the pryat OfulWa1lIiiit Ibe yonr big ui Dsa- ReneldwlehME ti ear that abe- dtiyiiI sra minute iJkeIi seaea4eaeed teldU tad MWltktu18fe l conid not ea t relief thaa that i 7 iemas Ardraore f 0 i I Ij 0 t It p Certainly not Jt1iM DannrQald told me I was to bring you back Enthroned at the secretarys desk a mass of papers before her Miss Gel aldlne Dangerfleld awaited him Ha was ready to place his head on the block In sheer contrition for his con duct but she herself took the mitts Live and her tone was wholly amiable This morning Mr Ardmore Oh please forgot this morning he pleaded nut I was rude to you I threatened to have you thrown out of the house and you had come to do us a favor You traded buttermilk for moonshineI exactly call It moon shine Its more like dynamite than anything else Ive written a reply to the note and put it back in the corky and Im going to tsturn it to Kildare What answer ild you make to that Infamous effort to Intimidate my fa therT demanded Miss DangerfieldI I told the Applowelght gang that they were a 1st of cowards and that tho governor will have them all In Jail or hanged within ten daysISplendid PerfaSUy you really say thalr What else could I c1DT I knew that thats what the governor would say hed have to say ito I thought IdIsave him the trouble Wheres the Jug now Mr Art more T1In my rejm at the hotel The gangj must have somebody on guard here A gentleman who seemed to be one of them called on me this morning demanding the Jug and If hes th1tI man I think he is hes stolen the little brown Jug from my room in the hotelIby this time Miss Dangerfleld had a spool of red tape and was unwlndlnI It They were such nice little hands and so peaceful In their aimless trifling with the tape that he was sure his eyes bad betrayed him into Imagining fho bad clenched them In the quiet drawingroom at the mansion This office now that Its atmosphere enveloped him was almost as domes tic as the house In which she lived Miss Dangerfleld threw down the spool of tape and bent toward him gravely Mr Ardmore can you keep a aIcr one butIAIfNobody erfleld he And Ardmore rose a little sheepish ly like a schoolboy who fears blame and praise alike Miss Dangorfleld lifted one of the adorable panda sofc emnly VI acting governor of North cam has hereby appoint you my private secretary and may God kayo mercy on your soul You may now sit down Mr Secretary But I thought there was a seers try already And besides I dont write a very good hand Ardmore stammered Lm Just sending Mr Bassford to- wAlaaU fInd papa lies already gobe er will bo pretty soon rB tthought your tathewould f elpark thM into- theafliiLouter ball to IK sure abe iainoterhiard VvPaB nl sot W at home tonight r ly Bvnrrow night or 1M nfikt atterwarduim not sure well walt next Christmas dinner for papa But of course you know where he Is1 It isnt possible and Ardmore stared in astonishment into Mla Dan eyesft his official responsibilities Thats whats the matter with papaAnd I guess theyre enough to drive any man into the woods Just look at all this Miss Dangerfleld rested one of those diminutive hands ofibg8onthe pile of documents grams the secretary had left behind him with a nod of the head she indicated the governor desk In the In ncr room and It too was piled high With documents II supposed frUtered Ardmore that hi the absence of the governor the lieutenant gpverfior would act I think that once 1fjaUlt have read it wrong Mr Ardmore In North Carolina In the Unaware fhat MM Dangtrfltlsl PaMM ptreetlyj Behind HIM abseaee bfvthe governor X an CoT erBor iDont look go dVhaj art I mean Irnel Doyou under staadiwhatJ said rT heard wIat you said Miss Dei 1g4rft 4a I mean w Ollld Mn Ardmora 1 have takea you isboMy oalseaoe BMaes I dont know you I ddat know U7t1alsgabollt you I doll want to know it about Td jrJollaa muBtneyer bowthattheleraor ie abieatiaurlBg times pMrent pabHe peflLv Art If you are afraid aCooeptuteTheres nothing I wpuliat to for yea blurted ArJaore TBI aot a king 1UI1Vould not askiyiwirto 46 1I crotme I ua asklag yew U do it fee the Old iNorUi State Oar relatlda Mr Aid more Vrlll rjaot be social but purely oslcJal Jo you TacpeBt tie termsT1 i tl iitoai I warn you now that I shall ever resign o BE CONTINUED A geBtleEaan says the Phlloso sher of Folly P nan wJIwretha at lli j fSi MARK TWAIN MEETS DEflTK LONG ILLNESS ENDING IN AN GINA PECTORI8 FINALLY CONQUERS HUMORIST Daughters Death Had B dJfi luence On His HeKiiCi GV3 Me My Glasses HoSaIfhen- Sank Into Reverie and Final Un consciousness Jinly Daughter at His BedcIda Redding Ct Samuel Langhorne Clemens Mark Twain the great American humorist who by his wltU clsms and buoyant utterances bad all his lire tried to dispel the clouds of mourning and suffering from the souls of his fellowmcn Is dead The direct causo of death was an gins pectcrls He lapsed Into a stats of coma and never regained 1con- sciousness f His last day was a bad day for the little knot of anxious workers at the bedside For long hours the gray aquiline figure lay In the inertia of death while the pulse sank lOwer and lower but late at night Mr Clemens passed from stupor Into the first flat ural sleep ho had known since he re turned from Bermuda and in the morning he awoke refreshed even faintly cheerful and in full posses sion of all his faculties Called For His OlalieS He recognized his daughter Clara Mrs Osslp Gabrllowltsch spoke a ra tional word or two and feeling him self unequal to conversation wrote out In pencil Give me my glasses They were his last Wor Laying the glasses aside he sanirirat into reverie and later Into final Bacon sciousness At the deathbed were only Mrs Gabrllowltsch her husband Dr Robe Halsey Dr Qulijtard Mr Paine and the two trained nurses Restora tires were admlnitered but the patient failed to respond Oxygen of No Use Oxygen was tried and t1M physi clans explained that It IWMOtno value because the yalyuiar action of the heart was not disordered There were only an extrea and Increas ing debility accompanied by labored respiration aJiouamalaffecUonotl obscure origin ohafecterlzed by as vera pain falntnesi and deep depres aba of the spirits The pain is se vere and of anoPJ JYe crushing or stabbing character The Attacks progresa In frjatt icy and seyerity ncer a Mermissloas eoms taoflo gduratioo to4 fatal ter iilaation It certain tobrecalled that Mark Das It more than BO Uletlrstbe that he had weakened fils heart br overindulgence ia tobacco Dr Halsey said 11Htiheiable to predicate at angina peer toils from which Mark Twaia died was in any way a seqaeLof nicotine poisoning Some cqaititutloas he said seem immune from the effects of tobacco This was one ot them Yet It is true that since iklsIUnea began the orsih84 cut down Mark Twains daily allowance of 20 cigars and countless pipea four cigars a day- Funeral Services Simple The little village of RedtUag was in mourning for Its b and friend Mark TWaInwhokteadea himself by his kindly good Batfare and generosity When the body was conveyed to the station to be placed onthe tralawalca was to take it to New York where fu neral services were held ia thyBride churchaUbuainwWas suipoadc and the villagers and ana ra from the surrounding hills assam bled to pay their last tribute to thE dead t On the arrival of the body iaN w York it was taken to the Od Brick Presbyterian church where imcriecf were conducted ReV Dr Reary Van Dyke salltedbyR JosephjK Twitchell of Hartford the latter s lifelong friend of Mr Clemens At jtaV con lusion of the New Yorkseryice the body Waatakento ElB Ira Ki Y1 lit Lake Forest the print l car of E K Loomis Nice reeMeBt ot the Delaware Lackawauna West era railroad There were BOp bearers and thel aervIe consisted of little more than anaddresE by Rev Dr Henry Van Dyke of Princeton At Elmira a second servlcou aim pIe as the first was held at the homE 01 Gen Langdon where an la dreie was delivered by Rev Jos TwitcheM It is said the author left more than 1900400 j Almost Wen we had a scorcalBgjSTiBuaer iUat wet More of a Joy riding summer tka auto has put the oldfashioned iteerca en pretty well out of business in a Devonshire Churchyard Charity wtfeotQI460IlB1II Uaderneath this atoll doth its Nourht was ihe eer kaowa to4s That her burtawJ toW hecte Just 80 neraloroa without a thorn Then are specks on all our pesehes- We never set at a banquet yt nut wen bored to death br the ipeecea Stuffed Fresh Shoulder Get a shoulder that weighs five or six pounds and have the butcher take out the bone without cuUlag it otnz Pack with dressing midV of Mcraclc crs rolled fine add ieppersait aitf butter and little poultry Moisten w jth bolUngVaUrWtaMiS beaten ggTle up wer put in pan- pepperand injd oy t1saddhot AddmorebO tkickei gravi e i s 5 r 1dt 1 it lit r v 1 ff 1 i fELP =7 n LAD LV 11tuiiI MAGNATES SON WILL TESTIFY HE RECOGNIZED HIS BROTH t ERINLAW WAS CAST AWAY BY HYDE Weaving a Circumstantial Net About Accused From Which the State Be llevet He Can Not Escape Evi dence Corroborated by Experts Kansas City MoIn the weaving of the net of circumstantial evidence about Dr Bennett Clarke Hydo the story to bo told by Young Tom Swope H dos brotherinlaw will furnish a m st absorbing chapter in the local tragedy It will be In effect at followsOn December 10 1909 1 had taken my sister to the house of a neighbor there slip was to remain all night At 830 oclock I was on my way back home On Pleasant street I noticed a man coming toward mo on the same side of the street There was snow on the ground The man was about a block and a lialf away He crossed to the opposite side of the street Under an electric light so that I could see the man plainly he took something from his pocket dropped it on the ground and stamped upon it with his feet I recdgnized him as Dr Hyde my brotherinlaw He coughed and used his handkerchief to wipe his mouth Ho passed on with out having seen me I did not speak to himI cross over did strike a match to see It I could find what Dr Hyde had dropped I found onehalt of a capsule I held it in my hand and hurried home Later in the evening John GPas ton and myself went back to the same spot We found 15 or 20 little pieces of broken capsules We gathered them together and the next day Mr Paxtoa and myself took them to Chicago for analysis NEGROES ARE FLEEING Race Riot In Texas Town Raged for Six Hours Birik of Mob Ham pored Its Progres Coleman Tex Twelve negroes idly beaten one white man seriously injured and the entire negro popula lion of Coleman of between 150 and 200 men women and children driven out of town was the result of race riots which took place here For nearly six hours the main mob maintained its strength of about a t qu moro e1JtlJIJlIaU ev4ectlon city was raided for negroes the latter fleeing l every direction The very bulk of the mob wits a factor In favor of the negroes as pursuit was hampered by numbers not more thkn al dozen of the fleeing blacks being overtaken About 9 oclock when not a negro rem ed In town the mob dispersed NUDE BODY FOUND Rich American Girl Is Believed TO Have Been Murdered Naples The finding of the body of a beautiful young woman on the beach near here has given rise to the suspicion of murder Apparently file woman died three days ago The body was without clothing and this has led the authorities to believe that she was the victim of crime The body was Identified by the proprietor of the Hotel CasteUb as that- 1ofMIHEsteUaReld a wealthy Amer Io6n guest at the hotel She was fair land tall with gray eyes and wore eyeglasses The police found letters addressed to her from New York and Sb Louis as well as from Canada Several were love letters Relelwdau Germany Turin Milan Plea and JBteMU She proceeded from the latter place to Naples and went to the Hotel Castello on April 8 SEARCH FOR ALLEGED KIDNAPER New York Defectives Brpsnan aad ONeill of the Brooklyn bureau are pa a secret hunt for the aaaB who kldi naped 12yearHDld William Larkin a year and a halt ago and held him a prisoner for many days laja Connecti vet town They suspect that this zaaa ls In some way connected with the die aBpearance of lO yearold Jerry Des Btpad from his home in Brooklyn two weeks ago SUSPECTED DYNAMITER IS AR RESTED Prairie City la Suspected of bar- Ing set off a charge of dynamite which tore almost to atoms the magnificent residence of Jesse A Quick a wealthy farmer near this city Miss Mary Outh tie of Carthage Ill was arrested RANK ROBBERS FIGHT Pittsburgh PaA fight betweefl three bank robbers near Beaver over a division of the spoils resulted lh the death of Zeto Polovlct one of the trio In the Beaver Vallen hospitaL He la said bytheauthonfea to have made lull confession of partlcJpancy ite the tooting of the Victor bank of McKees Rocks PL about 10 days slnee aTpbbery In which Teller A A and Cashier Tgnatti13vaflz were shot dead WasWngtonT7treasury Aprii22wa lGoldq lars blJl51 IniJ4Itil5tz tI I k f i nL 4 A M4 Jrcl ti- L KENTUCKY GLEANINGS W TISGOINQONIN D SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH EXEMPT FROM TAXATION InterestBearing Warrants of State Can Not Be Assessed Frankfort Kylha lengthy opinion given to Treasurer Farley by Atty Gen Breathitt it Is held that the in terestbearing warrants of the state are not taxable either by the munici pality county or state under Section 170 of the constitution which is that there shall be exempt from taxation public property used for public pur poses Breathitt saysSo long as these warrants are hold by the cred itors of the state of whatever char actor and are unredeemed they should not be and are not In my Judg meat subject to taxation for either state county or city purposes The opinion was requested by Treasurer Farley because of the numerous In quiries from persons holding interest bearing warrants JURY FAILS TO AGREE Insurance Agent Needham Will Be ForgeryLouisville agree the Jury In the case of Patrick J Need ham accused of forgery in connection with the alleged insurance frauds was dismissed and Ifeedhama case val set tot retrial on June 13 The Jury was out two and a half hours and stood 11 t6 1 for conviction On tha stand Needham testified that be had been Instructed by the Commercial Life Insurance Co of Indianapolis tor which he was an agent to date all Kentucky business from New Albany Ind as the company is an Indiana corporation Attorney Clem Hugzins in his argument for the defense said that If there had been any fraud on th part of Needham the fraud had been perpetrated at the Instigation of the company JUDGE PARKER REVERSED I Court of Appeals Dismisses All Cases Now Pending Lexington KyThe opinion of the court of appeals written by Judge Hobson anq concurred In by the en tire bench reversing the decision of Circuit Jude Watts Parker who held that Mayor John Skain and other Dem ocratic city officials had procured their elccUonlnJ 1907 by fraud had the a pall otgloom over thecourt hrfusSjMBerstrongnwroriEe Republicans and of spreading sun shine In the city bail the abiding place of the Democrats The opinion directs Judge Parker to dismiss allte cases with which the machinery OPthe cir cult court was clogged for months and puts tlje burden of heavy expense pn the Republicans HopklnsifiUe Ky Alleging that the affairs of the Monarch Grain Co are in bad I that the company has been Irtsolvent since May 1 1909 and that dlssentlon among the stockholders wquld prevent a reorganization of the company suit has been filed here by- E P Watkins and wife stockholders in the company asking that a receiver be appointed to take charge Tho chief creditors are The City bank 12000 Bank of Crotton 1500 and Miss Mamie Barnes 1500 Frankfort Ky Placing tobacco In shelteringlof the risk says the court of apP in affirming the judgment of the Mad son circuit court In the case of the Hartford Fire ce Co against T B Caenault Jr Cheaault insured hk barn April 6 1908t rU000 for three Tears and the barn was di strbyed bY fire one year later The company refused to pay and a hit was sled resulting in Cheaault get tiagjudgmeBt for the 1000 I Ne ortxTJlr Martha P h11 lam nee Robinson widow ef Judge Russell Hallam who was well known la Newport years ago when he was counsel for the TU N railroad when the bridge was built across the Ohio rfverdledt the home of her daugh tee Mrs John Hafflor Chicago Mrs Hallamhad bean living in Chicago for the past 11 years She is survived by Mrs Haffler and Miss Martha Haliam Frankfort kyThree weddings were performed in the office of Circuit Clerk Marshall by Prof L p Stucker at the same time The contracting parties are Edgar Wells 251 and Alma More18 Walter Wise i6 and Ada Roberts 22 and EdwarcSmlth21 aad HaUte Baker 22 The parties are an residents of franklin county Evansville iBd David Knight charged vf1th robbing the postoffice At SlaughterBviUe Ky was arrested here John Mitchell of Detroit Mick and Michael Murray of Padu Call Ky were aIl arrested and confused to having looted a residence at VfhqennsJi lad Lexington KyThe Intercollegiate oratorical contest at the State university was won by1 Robert Q Fostar pf this city representing Transylvania university IMs p1i ctwas Our Na INYl Kt BiRespees- L tbise1 was grant nibiiwif F tIter 1g whom jL7 t J j4 4 eJ r 4 4 4 L i r i f 1i N t p i FAiLEDTO FIND EVIDENCE f Rumors 47GrandFrarikfort KyNot one scintilla of evidence could be found by the Prank 4 lln county grind Jury which adjourn J edi against the Ilegislators boa cording to rumors had feeen bribed for 120000 during the session and consequently there w rea Indict ments The report of the grand Jury 4does not come as a surprise State menu of GOT Wills6B put la black an4 white and repeUU liofte mints made by legislators were Jala regarded and when thetlao came to make the report the grand jury Says that there was nothing hut rumors aid that no one before the body could give t more than rumors Judge Stout how ever stated lat the I jjury for its lengthy exainlnat1oBof twitnesses that It made 1OiULtI I whether Indictments w not the grand Jury had don g and the fact that the gran tiny did not fInd evidence to Indict did not make ft certain there was no bribery He said the effect would be whole 4some for future legislators DEATH OF UNCLE JIM Former Superintendent of Fublie t jja- WcrksSucumbs Lexington Ky7James R Apple g te53 widely known In racing cir cles formerly superintendent of pub lie works here and at one tine chair man of the local Democratic commit ted died suddenly ta disease of the heart at his home Sere The deceased was a brother of doU Vf E Applegala now of Salt Lake City He was kaawi as UncleJmf Mr Applesate Is twi jBhortlyJim Applegate Henry Owemi an otherturrwl lle standing at theP p coraeroCKalnaaciLliMtlWBeMreeuatr 4 It struck Oweaaoii the heed awl cut a gash rendering him tem OrarJ1yu11coUcIo1J Sergent xyone of the most iat iportant railroad projects begua fat Eastern Kentucky In mazy years to the Wasiotot Black Mountain bettg rapidly constructed Irom JVattoU Ky g pp the Cumberland river 65 miles j A hrough Harlan and Letcfcer couHtletJ to terminate aV felg Looeey creek j near the Virginia border penetrating 4one of the richest undeveloped coal fields ranging from seven to 14 feet In thlckneBsand of the finest cokIng v qualities 8t Louis capitaltats are Be hind the project The road will be completed and ln operation by Sep j tember 1 when coking manufacturing t plants will start up all along the route Millions of dollars will be used In mak ing these developments t Newport KyTbe new yerUcat 4 triple expansion high duty pumping engine for tb wjt Mks Is rapidly nearing eoetiee ThetGo contractors have recently been work H tog a double set of men on the erecri tionof the machin in oiderto cetU 1 In service When completed1 It pump 6000000 gallons of water per f5 day into the Newport reservoirs and for the present and near future will v Insure an ample supply of water to fy the city and to Dayton Bellevne and Clifton Heights fi rf LoulsTllle KyThe aneaacement tat the engagement otM H Thatcher iar of this city recently Appointed goy v ernor of Panama by P 4 at TafttO tMiss Anna China daughter ot Cpl HlS t Frank Ckinn of Frankfort Ky oni 4i iof the moet popular beautiful and ac fcompllshed daughters of Kentucky iT has beea made The wedding will take place oa the morning of May iat the home tthe brides fatheroa tk r Wapplag street Paducak CyMra Lam Thompson i of Birmingham Ala arrIved here sad t J lJrA1 ID yearnold Sbe aleI4t1edon et the suspects who gsyaame tas Albert Hale is ao4fteo-n e1 and saM kia naMewji1ie t i J A y Eraalfost KyThe eowrt C w peals held that the agent of In 1oitipJsuraaee cofflpaay wKic is iwtliiwi thoduid to id bssiBees to tW sti tIi k personal liable tOt ixwred K O there is a lose that the 88uT 4eya tmt PAr provided ft IBMT d a cause of action that woal M gsed against tkt company Itself 4 rraskfort Ky State Inspector aM j C Examiner Taatck r Med ndevr a t Willson Tiki report Tthe ceHectieM from the deilajnicat rtiolals efLaw rence county Ro celleetMfl64J rlJ 1 from Bert Shannon circuit court clerk 1 and IIUOJ from Mont Holt buatr i olerk J Lexington Ky Breok Curry the ri noted trotting horse trainer tad d ri Ii tver left here for CyataiaBa to Jake charge of Abdallah Park and aatrlBCsM ili of trotters for Benjamla Hey of CIa tclnnati iiLexington xrJ 0 Mllaa pmr VI 1t chased from James Simpson his fa J r therinlaw farm of 315 acres oatM Mt Tabor j lkeTlae farm faa HB C den lease to David Wlice Mflara 1jJ intends ultimately tol establish there a stud of thoroughbreds 4committeedistrict has called a convention to be Lheld at ML Stoning John W Lang ley the present member baa an Bounced his candidacy for reaenaiaar AJ Usa r jYi J 1i ICo 1uoaoatAIP 1Ii Ba J 62 Ytu shot and serkiwlr- athifl j t homelaIndepeadir cain a ihli hi y k 0 ijr c k n sv rl4 Ai I I OUTLOKle w S d PUBLISHED WEEKLY YINGSVILLE KY t Entered c Act ofd s co ngress at theinh s ll i 4 Ky Postoffice as secondclass c matter 3 o THE OUTLOOKS subscription S11iL rates are as follows tit Oneyear One Dollar Centsort No commissions allowed any Y body on subscriptions a changer J of should give previous r 2address when writing Correspondents should always get their items to us not later than if possible when out of stationery mention it on a slip of paper J Jseparate matter of general inter t t bring it to us J t with utdelay if you vish it in I serted i Advertisers wishing a change m or discontinuance of ad should p X i informus the week previous to H publication day Address all communications to ft JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville Ky I v THURSDAY APRIL 23 1910 i t ANNOUNCEMENTSqf 4 We are authorized to announce A Will J Fields of Carter county asa candidate for Congress in V 1 the Ninth district of Kentucky iVS subject to the action of the Deni V 0ocratic partyI Triv I S Equalizaa Cqri over the State by its Daises i MENNA and Paris both lioniz 7 i d Teddy to hlshe1ttscontcntf j b f he hasnt tn time he is unsusceptible to that weakness lS l PREVIOUS to Sunday mornings vidv frpstit was estimated that sev ii entyfive mihion dollars worth c of damage had been done the 1 if cold wave in fifteenjjstates It ii i1aallrlght layitbn Halleys Ttoinet until a more specific cause pwound 1WXtiNi RSThaaisI sued p bticstalement endom 2 klownIi ALL in iaHol1sPointnQv toT Saelection an4 i r j De ratic toMajority Congress r next 5Etll ut it is to be feared b that cla victory will be more p V harmful than defeat since noth J t i rx I io f aRepI JIHAVENS Democrat ry v d i George W Aldridgethe Uf blicmh boBB for Congress in c te 38d New York tv rr di 500tvOtesontlietar iftrirforfi iieueiTheUjstrfrtjs 6000yk cane e striotV for publication but i DOt u an evidence of good faith 1 yt rM reguar Republicans area t l i p tot fact that it is jSiM totax their pwersto con 4i i f AI arnajority in the nexttCon f r 1 ite IfPZSjdeftt Taft should- AV D Ucratic majority to I F 4 2 in both branches ofI ioftCmIlIM mgbt well conclude bb l tMt hte hd been unkind to him t rtt STiis old t napit and Cannon tl 1 rsetionaryelement ef Republi cIderarealotin a panIC I 1h1 fr the result of the special Con iY gMiiionml riectioM in Maaeachu kdtIS I trct Aldrich axid Hale have tq iMii unai itbgir intention not to fft I cj I r I1 bkt crt1 tj2tS aIIItJ ax fa 11 J rot f 1t XAZXTWAIM 1 117I 18 DIVIUIKI the r r J 1 t wiio4 1Engli8QSiMi fLir i itn il1Yfall IMOfthegroup r n with Jglui Phoenix and 4 Joshc1I 1iidetteM QudtheDanbury 4 f Yf wn3An etc xp of rZ i f sPofAmericaihuinor Much t L t K irwhts work is likely toen J tjt ure s apart ofAieci anliter J rt troi ureoi =4 lfY J f Ti OUThook1k JLORIDA t rcl1fiy 1oI W8r YI 4 f wor t aleIwastryingior someof rt 1 1JtIv hiet big YiLJ Wli ldldnt Vr s fsI them bttt I did ta1tinelOtjr ht t f UwFwn lj r ndm I c hihiffcJtarf r number rtiiftji ias4peobblym9lepoundsweight j i t ws inJ i tt edaJ T1 v 1 1 Zt lJ We grauallj f w orked up t7 rAf ff A 1crkooeitJ fNjWIrr40 Lt i tre tr fjtf4S tid fIshv ctrXt t l iJFfH tr t eIL s t tor I ttr S i1 r r 1 i J4i rrr t i tff r rt1 u t iv lpah J J It f qft r r 2 t ih J1n t r ii1 t t 1 f l i f 1f F sj1 fC i r S it tII tI H r j 7 1 c f 1 1 h f1t 0 r I tccw2 1 tmt r it t yJ1 g f 0 1 f rstp I1 r1 ic4Ok f Jt1 th A + r fj o tti fit JJJfi f t M J A1 1fCj 1tS rutdrFr J I 1 tKifJtftO r3 jJ I Y 1 1l1 1 n Zi f t wnnt va rjCi replied to- tit W s a mudfish He said r fleshvas spongy but eatable if it was bled at once J learned later that it was a fish generally known as a grindle and was considered worthless I remembered to have read of the grindle It is a widelydistribu ted species being found in the Atlantic Coast streams from ginia to Florida in the G iLakes and St Lawrence r i system and in the Mississippi river though I never heard of it in Kentuckywaters In New is a bowfin Its aliases elsewhere are law er mudfish John A Grin die Johnny Grindle John A etc The books call it a ga noid fish belonging to the same class as the gar and the sturgeon The ganoid fishes are the aristocracy of the piscatorial tribes be ing the oldest families in point of geological age and like other oldest families have largely died out A grindle generally dies by request when caught for he is a vicious scamp being a voracious biter at bait intended for his betters and has a formi dable array of teeth requiring to be handled gingerly when th e hook is extracted from his mouth His back fin runs back until it merges into the tail fin It takes a deal of killing to satisfy him I stamped one hard with my boot heel but he wiggled back into the water and swam gaily away The grindles chief use seems to be to provide amusement for the knowing ones at the expense of the greenhorn whp catches him and is proud of his catch In my eager quest for some of those big fellows I pushed ahead of P though going carefully and watchfully enough in view of the fact that I was inva ding the enemies country said enemies being bears wildcats alligators rattlesnakes and water moccasins The thick woods and saw palmetto furnished a likely haunt for such gentry All at once Racketyclackety smacketysmash It waiiFke a traction engine having a geniny fit in the dead palmetto fans During the brief ensuing silence- i discovered the source of the rippet to be a rUnty little blue gray which was looking at me with his wild eyes out of their sockets to be knocked off with a stick Before I could form a plan of battle or jtreat His Bullship said Wooodoof- in ahlgh pltchedandfrantjc tone of voice and with a il he wcnrngnd tearing Ottechobeeastfhehad course there regardless of con POSSi1bleself against a tree I was truly glad that he chose to run from instead of at me because 3u t at that time it was not convenient for me to climb a tree not hay ing a ladder nor a pair of tele graphpole climbers with me P broke the record that day by catching five bass with one minnow showing both the vital ity of minnow and the lack of baitsqueamishness on the part of the fish P toadd rapidly to his string until it became too heavy to carry and then he tied his fish o tina broad shallow place in the water tore main we came back that way The Ush slacked up biting toward the middle of the afternoon and ceased altogether at 4 bclock We f und that it was their custom todoso When we came back to P s fish in the wa ter he found that something had eatenall but theiead of one of the largest When we reached our stoppingplace at the bridge Haworthwas but noMe Cuen nor horse but the vehicle was there and none of our traps had been molested We judged that the horse had got away and Me had gone after it So as it was getting dusk we built up afire and Pi divided his string so that each of us had about the same quantity Ps catch was 45 pounds while the thre ohL togethercaughtfortyp to mention the tailender on that occasion By the time It was good and dark we heard somebody on horseback come pounding sand bridgelikeas tire saying has it It was Mc ndb humor was not exactly angelic He said things that would be totally out of place in somebodyhadrormlKhll his horse loose He had comeback to the rendezvous before any of us and finding thenorse n had started on the hunt of hiintowardshome He borrowed a mule on the road andover took the horse a mileor so from ForfPi ice C The night being chilly and P and I b ng wet from wadingthe I ride home was nwie too cmfo J reiiQtmrw Yiw Il II i ift MtfK J5135I 1 J b I t 1 4 v i i r a j lJ + r Z t I I 4 tkrtcd LO t X thelish was j Wilsoiysitabiland I o aiic had to give FloridablackSlate Creek bass The tourist boarders especially thought them very fine Mrs Wilson set an excellent table and all during our stay we had a feast of good things such as cauliflower egg plant tomatoes onions cabbage bee t s beans peas potatoes grape fruit vegetablesI were the Rev J W Culpepper and son Burk the Methodist evangelists of Georgia who were holding a meeting in Fort Pierce They preached here once I believe A M Scott an aged gentle man from Indianapolis Ind and wife also took meals there Mr Scott reached Fort Pierce in such a condition that he had to be theIhe was trampingwoverthe country as gleeful as a boy The transformation was really marvellous Mr and Mrs Scott were among our most pleasant acquaintances Dr J E Gould a physician and his friend Wm H Forst a druggist of Pittsburg Pa also wereat Mrs Wilsons during the latter half of our stay Mr Forst was also an amateur photographer They made an interesting productsfrom poundsThey ing company To the lover of bird life Flori da is an inviting field Many species visited the back yard of the Wilson residence The mocK- ingbird was in sight nearly all the time and he was always on opportunity tyrannizing over the other birds A pretty bird is the litHo ground dove about half the size of our dove and seldom or never perching on trees Among others noticed were the cardinal rcdbirds scarlet tanagers blue jays robins blackbirds ricebirds or bobolinks native sparrows and many of the smafl warblers etc January28MrtIe daughterDoris my family and myself drove out to Promised Land the country estate oUafr thin W J Tucker some five miles west of town W pointed outanacre a corner toward hadbeenIbtsand sold for or held at 1700 for the He mentioned an other two acres i1 arbyon Which the owner made his home and cleared 1200 on vegetables etc grown on it last year He said the unfenced grazing land to the west was underlaid by hardpan which was impervious to the roots of deepgrowing vegetation and hence unsuited to oranges and other citrus fruits but was good for potatoes and truck gardening generally That land rated at 15 to 20 art acre The pine trees on it were of good size but ow ing to the twisted ondition of the wood could not be sawed into lumber He did not know the constitution of the hardpan but said it crumbled into dust on ex posure to the air for some time grazing the wet season in the summer Ponds or sloughs were frequent W noticed a hardshell turtle placeditdifferentspeciesfrom Capt Tuckers farm rea ldwe noticed on an iron arch oVer the gateway a large painted inscription stating in effect that these premises belonged to an old soldier soldiers were wel cOmb to a nights lodging and meals Capt a command in the Confederate army EQrtPiercebutwas SyruPlHeworkman for a supply of sugar cane He first brought out a treat of dcadriperussetoranges- and while we were canning the fruit he set the men to grinding cane The cane mill isjust like POWtnbeing invitdubious at first remembering the juicebutferentpeverage We all liked it ex e tossing off k at a draft beingr Ishablefeat with nie N pan tof bein finish d itw redintoy r r 5Mp up tileoU Cted f Ia StS w j l 1 4 1 l jr f It if J y L able and found it nearlyor quit sgood as thd bestoldfashioned- hornemade maple syrup a n d t tiout that twang peculiar New Orleans syrup- toI The Captain then took us to orange and grapefruit grove a large and fine one the trees load ed with fruit ready to pick He invited us to help ourselves to the fruit and to fill our pockets which we did He gave us me shad docks which are the original form ofthe grape fruit being somewhat i pinkHejilsomany other sorts of fruit butjusv as he was starting to show them to us a rain drove us into thehouse The neat log house was occupied by tenants who were very courteous to us The front decoIt and curious firearms and Civil War ics Tue Captain has a valuable and most interesting property and was kind and obli ging in his hospitality We re gretted much that the rain kept us indoors until it was time to hurry homeward The jariprevented us from vis iting theiVVilliams orange grove some distancetb the west said to be the laist vein Florida On th Way home our turtle took every asion when thecon versation ws at the most interesting poiii te jump overboard requiring asto J in the rain to regain ItEt1nal Vigilance became 3 the price of that turtle he went into the soup atlast A party ofIativeswitha drove of the genuine razorback hogs was One of te sjghts of the return The razorback commands my regard He stands nearly as high as a yearling calf dud ook seifrespectinlbeast r pugnacity asks a deer no odds on a goas youplease alld y race On the table as ham andbacon he can give the highestpedigreed DurocrJer seys Ramp themqout of sight W know him be cause we have eaten him anqJlry29myfamiyand dock to embark for a days salt water fishing In the first fish house was displayed the catch of the previous higHtin set nets in Indlanriver of nIJrt1of market fishermen were sea fJoundersilndseveral hundred pounds sportfishis also called spotted weakfish It is fi 1ngVith anything fromshrir md other ditiybtificial bAit 1 T3t rd f fiBh rather like our salmon which is nota gjalmonat allbut a pikeperch r Y dpike The p ir a flat rptindi nosed fish aria is accpunted by epicures as the vbesteatihg fish excebt toe fresh whitefish o I the Great Lakes It is notmuch fastidiousinThe flounderds an oddity The standard sin ileuAs flat as a flounder expresses the fisIs shape The upper side is brown and the under side white The mouth iscuLexactly the wrong way and bbth eyes are stuck on the upper side as if it were the result ola deformity or some careless prentice hand had placed them in Vane FarnSworth Ellis JJoyen the latters son Allen and 14yCaroldboysMrs HiLee1 Charles and the writer a skiff tQwed by the other boat All of us enjoyed the ride theiriletvery much vWe landed oh onC of the islands op txjsitethe inlet and went to fish ing with qt t bait Ihadthe first biWa 1d was not overjoyed to discover that fhada myheavrmyarmsiichElthe stmgaree was gaffed takerf ashore It wou- ldheteigh d tJQpounds dflttely rib Vestige of a tail something very remarka ble tFff That satisfied me withsting arees Nevermore would I give forSJKWe soon moved to another chan nel in a different cut and landed on an island F went into the stingaree business on an exten sive scale with his hand line catching six one of which would have weighed 125 pounds He alsocaughta dogfish an ugly squatty little yellow nuisance wIth a biting arrangement equal to a bulldogs of its size Fsother catch was a Florida black snake also called gopher snake sawitonthef t v o collection which Iudedth e skins of two diamortd ckTf tIers The blacksnake is the in ivreterate enemy pf rattlers and C eatsvtJ eating lunchrhy reel sang trd1 grabbed the iithe brg 720lb r tf k pj iff1 tic grouper I was afraid it would get to the mangrove roots shore and tangle me so strived to hold it away but it drew the tip of the rod down to the water got a straight pull on the line and broke it the strongest 21thread flax Cuttyhunk line made The more I think of it the larger that fish gets It might really have been a shark and bit the line in two I was fishing in a likely place for sharks Allen caught a 1lb inlK didnt get a fish so he and I were about even in the net rc daystdtheroneMy family accompanied me over to the seabeach where I tried casting in the surf without a bite lOur ride home was amusing to the children from the fact that fishingthe bumpsIJOHN W HONAKER CORRESPONDENCE Odessa Plenty of ice frozen ground with a big frost SundaYlnorning and Sunday night which played havoc with gardens and fruit Charlie Gilmore of Ringos athisMr and Mrs M A Garner visited J Doyle and family and Mrs Dallas GartIerinMont gomery county week I R Darnell went to SaltLick Saturdays Clarence Ellington was calle Sunday and again Thursday t bedside of his mother who very low with consumption at he home at the footjof the town hill on Prickly SI Valley Butler Toy of upper Naylor called on his best girl here Sun tFarmers l work on account of the rain nd cold weather Plenty of Ice Sunday and Men day mornings From appearan ces the fruit is killed milkcoWtodieeye sprouts Mrs Wm Traylor wrs taker very sick one day last week Isbetterhbwt tH feW Folks here have enJbjisytheT past week paperil house Moores F6itV Ji H GibbsvhasJjo tafarm in Salem Mo HWIMI wil- lgotQhimOon grandsonVirgil Sunday with John Otis and lam ily relals ax A Ladies AidSociety has been organized at this place daughIHighleyMrs M I Hubbert of Cincin nati is visiting her mother Mrs Chas Baker SpringdaleElder Cassity preached at Rim gos Sunday tChas sold a cow to BS L Ingram for 6250 i Stepstone seriouslyhurtwas covering last Friday spentfromWm Henry and family Isaac Ishmael and wife and ofMtSterlingMcQuithy WillLeIeynolds1of Salt Lick is Misses Stella Conner and Artie Ragan are visiting relatives at Thompson Station Thomas Jones left Friday for Middletown Ohio C B Reid sold two fine beef attle to a Mt Sterling butcher at475percwt A W Donohew and family LucyWilliams 1daughterin Qwingsville Mrs H S Bittinger and daugh wereisitOrs LizzieMOmalQuisenberryatid WeishThe youngest child of Alex Karjrick has been very sicksCharlie Prices sister of Lex ngton visited him last week Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK l I q4 t s7 J Jq 1r r I 10ff fl1 JOB PRINTING i5f Ir- Ro iYi5 1 dt t Z l f I J s Why not have THEOUTLOOK do yoiu printiA 2 Wecando it as well and as cheaply as you Inave it done elsewhere quantityan4 quality co sidered i L Run over this list and see ifthereisntsonwthjrjtS111 it you need 1J Letterheads Noteheads Envelopes Billheads t Statements Pamphlets FJBlanktitt f We have both rag and bo dorlinen writing paperruled iand unruled for typewriter rag and envelopes llWe put writing papers in tablets with blotting papeicovex I if so Wy = asdeefsff Address r MTl rmS JiLOWINGSVILLE KV Shorburno H H Hutcherson banker oi GSmIthiHornback e byCountYwhich they went to Maysville and spent the day Theirmany friends wish them a happy life L IMis Marshall McCann ofFlerii ingsburg is visiting the famil rof C It Scott this week Mrs Eliza Waugh who was paralyzed two weeks ago died Sunday x tuberculosis childrenThe sorrowing familyhave the sympathy of community W G Smith sold a nice horse to Sam Baird for 185 ssorsbooksly four dogs were listed irtftne tpwn of Sherburne and vevjil be vityfitedogsiptown momdpgrstedt rovingany I1nMpxsinte St WhotlIi The prospects l tli1qIpIovedt o mournHift the los of the lruit crop Mrs Harrison Conn continues dangerously ill Citizens here deeply regretthe death Of our County Johr f King iMrsDL Goodan has been very several days Will Copher sold a mule colt to James W White for 115 J H Gillaspie bought of Flem lag county parties a fancy har ness mare for 250 Its hard to decide which is the greatest nuisance the person who knows it all and the one who doesnt know anything The condition of Mrs Chris verysenous J H Gillaspie was taking the school census and notthe colored census as stated in THEOUT LOOK Thomas Sanders and wife of Bourbon county came Saturday to visit relatives John Henry Wren who died Thursday morning at the home of his sister Mrs Sallie A Taul in Nicholas county was a native of this place and has many relatives near here Eh Fassett bought of Mrs Lida Mark of a har ness marefor195 TB Hamilton was commis sioned census enumerator for Harts precinctinstead of the Second as the report was given out James H Gillaspie has sold the blacksmith property here toM C Foley of Mt Sterling for 1250 possession given March 1911 Fred and Miss Fannie May Cas ity went to Lexington Sunday o see Mrs Chris Cassity Francis McQuithy and wife of f Stepstone were visitors here last Sundaytw went Sunday to visit T H Cobns o at North Middletown The fellows who had planted a corn are wearinglong faces while J those who were a little slow knew it was coming Gold to the amount 6f thjfe- ven million dollars haS shipped from New YorkiSrope thifyeari SubscribeforJPvtLA Receipts t Q Labels Invitations Cards DodrirsL v THE I JGoyHughesolN York Mappbinted 6 the IfrS Su preme Court bench to succeed the ftlate Justice Brewer ti Commissioners Sue BATH CIRCUIT VCoyRX Albert M Hayden PI1ntiI ofSaIdJohn if rvirtue of a judkmfeA and forderofsalerenderedihthcBath V Circuit Court at its Maysterin 19 8 in the b vccase the 0 undersigned Master CociniisBion er will on rijQ MONDAYMAyo i4l91 it beingCounty ajt yseIi- at l il iipublic outcry to the bidder at eCoufthouse109i lJI y r Owingsville a counXAY tcj r aboutthehourof ose o m the following describepr 1If erty towit t Two parcels of real cstajiin Bath county yq i 4 ters of Licking 3 litjof said parcels is boun Ud t j scribed aS fJJQw rletter E on the bnkor RltI5kiauRK ut rivercoritiniCn fr ceding field L thrEFG t the l tterCjisnjaflN T Goiit1ehill thence S 84K37 ta white o Mitosmall white pine saphno gJmore Ii1arkeciR1dan Noloi thecomri1issioJlEtr i t7 J ares an 26jpojes oflandSisecond parcel adjoins bI Iabove and is bounded a1 dfscribed asfolloffs t ja stakeatfig47iiiBascoisline Ha corner to m l t No lasdescnbedlnadWMelvm 1 Ragland thence mthaSascoms line S 7120 W 16 41CtoiKains r to fig 9 corner teBasco t N8419W3325lOchamstoa stake at fig 10 corner toBasconis j i in Henry Cophersline N 18E8 chains to a stake at fig lloj tthe southeast bank of Licking river and corner toCopheritbeiceh up the river as it m5n5N54 E 12 chains to a stake at f i 12 thence N 63J E 7 chwaite a stake at fig 13 thet Tli E5 chainstoastakeatfg 14 t11enc 50100c1IMt Ito a stake at figs 15 E 5 chains to a stake at ft 16 thence N 801 E 3 cKaiiw to a tOstake at fig I cornert9boiD a steadtractof land on south bank of11 iillC triver thence leaving the rivw 0 and withthiline of thehb M Md lot S 2225 E J9 70100 Jhaiaittft i the place of beginning arid con tamlri8021t10acreso land acrXsl which h been stlkl to IftsSaT I t Ariveting river corner tpEdvCore Ni lthence with the river f A ffenough by running from tHi er a straight line toBaacqma fwith Gophers line so as te ind 20 acres off of the lower eii said 80 21rlOO acre 1eavi ftci21100 acres included in thej tdary covered by the rgf f fla1Fdefendants necessary Bascomede i terest arid costs wJiic ot d4 r 54fSaid 1i of sixmon sf ji frmopW g f the pu f chaser rsale bo 4 ilbleWf r R ticentjil a vs s f L 4 3SSS4 4c4k55 1t I t fi f