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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5 p h fi thj ZeT J lit 1 1 K lir t 1 vTP i jJ 1ir 4 r f if i f r I 0 k t tuin 1Lte f Jf t r bt I utIaok4i I J it VOL XXXI OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 23 1910 f NO50 t Newest styles in boys suits at L D BROTIIEHS Look at L D7 Brothers line of ladies and gents oxfords 04 i For Sale Fresh cows and 4 IZf springers G A PEED 4850 1 I McCormick mowers 10 to I 50tf J R 501 hY Corn meal for sale Apply to 4 lf 43tf ESTILL tAKEn Misses and childrens oxfords t ft at L1 D BROTHERS j 1 Mound City paints wear longest ttfr and look best T M PERRY Co jr 1 Born Thursday to Wm I ner and wife of town a wag b son Lewis Mills Ite All the new shapes in Stetson p vtndSwanhatsat- t y L D BROTHERS I t- 4ifij Some spring lambs were ship ped last week Seven tf the prevailing price f Several rebuilt McCormick and WWood mowers in good cuttingor ViVy1 der for sale 50tf J R BROTHER sc v t 1 Born Thursday afternoon to I tI r Mrs Burbridge Ratliffp t nee Dudley Botts a 12lb son boforn fI 1 C Dont miss the opportunity to IP buy one of the rebuilt mowers byi= 1 50tf J R BROTHER The new pearlgray and stone tcolor in clothing Jf Vlth hats tomatcboare the lat t est See them at Lee D Broth I ers 44tf i i NqTICEW D Burns hjas i pen a inMt Sler 4 linj two doors below Whites 0 drugstore Shave lOc haircut P 25c Everything new and clean J Call andjseejiinu 511 t PICNIC FOR LADIESTheC i p t W B Mwillgivea picnic in Alex Conner yard on Slate Av tatheE1t4 t C jig 7 3 CRultJ A big dinner and a good iear piocnised t u TVf Dty Dgptt will deliver a lecture on ymensvssonary Move fF jimVV before tCon frenee of the M IE Church I 7 t South atGratyLick Thursday Jui 2SIi 4 7 TAlNEDSuNDA HO C classrlQ Delightful refreshments w er e ril rv and all had aplendid tqne I tr n STENHave you seen the I new spring Shields brand of 1 clothing Iatot shoes oxfords t mjtiats shirts and evMything new I t rom to tpeyfeThe Pocket dr t t f Th quality is so high and theb 4 bjric o lowthat they wilt sur nriM JeIlatGn 0N S 39tf4 irCi co SETTING Tobacc r 9 txaanting was nearlY finish 4 ked1at week Ibiblf ten per byt1 eenoug b t Hi but allofthecr9P1l1 be but in J1gy1 t M i TJWmLEy ou 1icanKWfrorn on uitof Sfrom 50c to A 1 on t esch jir of ntsQr ladies r 7 x hog cr oxfords SOc tol on a beJ4 K fcatCahfl a vingat the same F f rateOftaUtinaerwer sKirts ties 0 Ie overalls r awpenders trunks J I umbrellas etc For Stlec 1 q J f i bEtkvkiei alld dependable gt1foW GITLONST j ntle cketOwingsviIle Ky iJltlf JtV PARTY Mrs Press entertainedIf 1 IURDer eu Y- rit I T 1r 1JXC S Ratlff aa1 a iUiwmKi Walt rMayand t Elizabeth Mrs James Harper 1 it f fif ot fiibarirj Mrs SVP c t 7gAtchison Miit Alma Peters and 1 MrL J D Conner of this town X 0 4 Aic 1ndKrs Thomas of Peeled 1ty I ilj splendidfeatof tthreeyerpkl ham and pnng r iht f 1 4 CJj vNl TJNTtrrlLERevHenryp Ati tin andMis Narcissa Susie lcl vTutOewert married Wednesday at Mt Abbott Methodist Church Lexingtoniy A J was Y rated in a handsome manner and rc9 s Mrs W S Anderson played the attendantsh1 i t l4 1 f V man aad Miss Cora Creekmore 7i f S Cri andMrs Martin will reside groomtr ket4L4J4 1rlr 6cjtI t t1J jfhik f J iic s i 1Hf 4f 4t I 141 wJ f J 7i K r 1 r 7 I1tIizis I rU IIl 0 4 t r 030 I J yi 1fr y It 1jI f tjj 1 j yr fY t iior t t f 1t i 0 01 7 r r 1 1 J 0 J10 ytc i7tJIt1k lJ t l t 0 r tft1 IPERSONAL C T Hazelrijrg of Mt Sterling was here Tuesday Newton A Shrouts daughters Miss Lillian and May are recov ering from measles Mrs Eliza Harris and daugh ters spent from Friday till Sunday with friends in Salt Lick Will Andrew Minihan of Lexington came Monday to visit his grandparents Henry Scott Sr and wife Mrs Dr 0 S Kash of Car lisle visited her sister Mrs Laura Kash at Slate Valley from Fri day till Monday Mrs L D Brother returned Thursday from a visit of two weeks to relatives and friends at Carlisle and Bethel Miss Mattie Woodson Barnes left Monday morning for a visit IIargaretBarton Rev John E Moss of Wood lawn joined his wife Monday on a visit to her parents Judge John A Daugherty and wife Arthur Byron wife and child ren went last week to visit Mrs Bs parents Capt and Mrs W A McGinety at Falmouth GrangeCityN DentonMrs Mote Weaver and Miss Ruth Richards last week Carroll Chenault Jr and Al len Patterspp of Mt Sterling came last week to spend some weeks with E H Goodpaster and wifeMrs D R McClure and Hugh Kentcy Crawfordsville Ind are visiting their cousins Mrs L C and M C Gudgellnear Sher burneMrs Fryer of Falmouth who had been visiting her cousin Mrs W S Reeves at Wyoming was the guest of Mrs Geo W Mills the pastweek Mrs John Denton of Grenola Kansas who had cnsifctd heitatJier tyfiggBig vehKpf Grange Y suestJp l1rmeceMrsEdL Barnes last week twodatightwent last week to visiit relatives wayhomMrsthem to Winchester Mrs John T Lathram of Nay lors Branch and Miss Leona Lathram of east of town left Monday to visit the family of the formers son Chas W Lathram at Praise Pike count- yWmLKillpatrick and wife after a visit to the latter father Wm Hi Daugher returned home to Mt Sterling Tuesday Mr Killpatricks health improv ed very much Caibe SV Ratliff returned Monday from a VISIt to Big Timber Montana accompanied bybis GbyRatliffandbaby kle broken will come later Mri Alice Dawson went Wed nesday of last week to visit her son Rev Elbert E Dawson at Mt Sterling Her daughters Misses Emma Lide and Stella wentwith her returning home the same day Ambroseiutcher erPrickly Ash and White Oak reekTkeand the latter went on to Illinois and Texas RevH C Martin and bride came Sturday and left Monday to attend District Conference of theM E Church at Grassy Lick Tuesday Wednesday and Thurs day Thos L Darnell James W Shahkland and Mrs Lula HerrQn also attended Conference Ashby Dawson and wife re turned from MartinsvilleInd to Lexington Wednesday of last week and Mrs Dawson went to the Good Samaritan Hospital operationmother Mr W P Conner Jr went down to be with her Thurs dayShe stood the operation well Mr Dawson came home Friday afternoon Misses Mattie Woodson Barnes and Bertha Botts who had been visitin friends in Carlisle and attending the late school tour a- nientin that town returned home accompaniedbyand Misses Elizabeth Ratliff of Sharpsburg andLticile Wilson ofCarlisle The jolly party came in an 1J to date automobile i i i jE il1 jt 1 A4 Prof C F Martin was called i to Nicholas county the past week by the critical illness of his fath erinlaw Mr Dalzell Mrs Wilson P Strader and little son Theodore of Lexington parentsJWONDERFUL STORM Shortly WednesdayJune ville became furious at each other unlimbered countless 16inch guns and went into action at a terrifying rate Nothing like it has been heard since the famous bombardment preceding Picketts Gettysburgand took notice that is all who were not scared too limber to retain a sitting posture Crash fol lowed crash so rapidly that a fel low would no more than succeed in pushing his heart back into place with a window stick when it would make another leap for freedom and nearly get out of his mouth before he could clap his teeth together Back and forth over town the battle raged now from north to south then back from south to northjnextafteraflankingmove ment from east to west then back from west to east Meantime there was a deluge of rain and a clatter of hail from rapid fire batteries of small guns There was enough wind to blow the wa ter in at open windows and the Windows on one side would hardly let down before those on an other side would have to be atten ded to and the others reraised to- keep the inmates of a room from stiflingFrom the drifted trash liext morning it was evident that the highwatermarkof thq famous raging torrent Chagres river at the Gatun dam at the east end of Main street was surpassed And that body of water had arecord too At the ends of downspouts there were piles of hail that in some places didntmelt before 6 oclockjext 4b rs F1 afternooniome make frozen The most sinarpartf h think was that it didn rain enough outside of the corporate limits of Qwingsville x m a season for transplanting tbttacco Since the above was utitye itis learned that theoiiI ex tended to lower Prickly Ash creekyrashinggrbundwprs than for years F B Allens barn on Slate creek was struck by lightning also E H Good ast rs barn Mrs Kate Gillons chicken house on the Owingsville Sharpsbur pike at the foot of the town hill and several trees in different partsGarden truck and corn were riddled withliail- Another terrific thunder and rain storm with a little hail here occurred Thursday afternoon JAMES H JOWERS DEATH Jas H Power of White Oak creek who had been sick ora- longtime with Brightsdisease- and otherailm died 6 oclock p m Saturday June 18 and wasburied at Longview Cemetery Bethel about 4 oclock ps m SundayDeceased was a son of John Powerand was bonvinl841 He with his five brothers and four sisters was born and reared on the waters of White Oak and lived in the same neighborhood all his life He Jane Gudgell daughter of Thos Gudgell and she survives with their two children Thos Power of Reynoldsville and Annie wife of Curran Maxeyi of WhiteOak Of his brothers Judge Win W Power of this town and Wood son Power of White Oak are the only ones living The dead are Dick Dock and Uriah Bud The four sisters survive Mrs Kate Gillon of near town Mrs George Ann Deatley Sallie wife of Jas Wilson and Bettie whose first husband was Richard Colli RodneyVanlandinghama110fthesame neighborhoodJas was a prosper ous farmer and a prominent citi zen in his community He was esteemed as a friend and neigh andIIIOngremem byColtenant Col GeoW Conner in the Confederate army His family have the sympathy of a host of friends in their loss Them old yaller days were readily recognizable the past Sunday Monday and Tues day were scorchers j r 5 f J fifj l i jof f r RiP t J j1 i TECENT CLAUSE Would Bind Grower Hand and Foot In SocietyShowsMovement Opinion of Lawyers Given in Letter theBurleyserted in the contract for the 1910 pool and why such a clause could not be embodied Accompanying this communication is a letter from Col John R Allen written March 5 in which is stated the opinion of attorneys for the Society The letters follow DEAR SIR Some persons who desire the ruin and destruction of the Burley pUrPOsedeliverstumpdemandingSince there may be hunest men who honestly believe that such a clause should be in the pledge we take this means of telling you why those who have your interests at heart and whom you have chos en to protect your property did not and could not insert in the 1910 pledge a 75 per cent clause The first pledge contained a per cent clause and we learned by ckuseWhen their pledges some lawyers who could make the worse cause appear the better would take the ground that we did not have the required per cent In a community where officers of the law and public sentiment SocietyIwere against pooling the verdict would be for the man who broke his pledge In this way the loss of the pooled tobacco worked hardship to the honest members Seeing the difficulty that it made our lawyers advised qs not to put a per cent clause in subsequent contracts giving protetgapthroughper cent clause in the contract would only make a mark for the Trust to shoot a If we inserted a 75 per cent clause the Trust would only have to buy up 26 per cent and thus make any pool impossible Having bought the smallest fraction over one fourthof the crop at good prices the Trust would be able to con PaYl1heto energy a would seriously weaken the pool Thepjily reason that have not 75 percent or cent in is that selfish or- shortsightedmen claiming to be the friends made war on us during the pooling season and confused and misled the people Dont te time figlttqdeclarctExtdmng th t ri lmr gith tiLN V istlves f w a representing the will of those who haye just eJectedtbem will have nghttodec1are the pool off on or stRecently we mailed nia fourpage sheet containing a full dis cussion of the matters of difference between the Society and those Ayhoseek our ruin We earnestly hope that you will take time to read all that is in those four pages and also the contents of a see thefarIlezqjust as necessary to maintain an organization to sell your tobacco ta good price as it is to grow it Sincerely yours EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE BURLEY TOBACCO SOCIETY LETTER FROM COL JOHN R ALLENLexington Ky March 5 1910 Executive Board of Burley Tobacco Society City Gentle men Mr Pendleton and myself have gone over the draft pf the pledge for the 1910 and return the same with certain amendments and changes which we suggested and which are noted thereon We have heretof re advised the board very strongly not to em body in the pledge for 1910 any guaranty of the percentage of to bacco to be ooled or any number of acres to be pooled before the pool becomes effective and we are glad to know after talking with the Board that the majority of the Board agree with us in this gdnion againstdumpersor a guaranty of a percentage amount to be pooled before the pool becomes effective was a great detriment to sunder the 1906 pledge and put us at a great disadvantage be Ufiuse in every instance the parties plead that we did not have the percentage pooled as we claimed and it would necessitate ifvthe same clause were contained in the 1910 pledge a great deal of trouble and expense and investigation in order to prove that wfe had the necessary rYourssigned JOHN R ALLEN Attorney APPRECIATED IN FLORIDA Fort Pierce Fla Junell1910 Mr John W Honaker Dear Sir I have read with much interest your writeup of your trip to Flor ida and desire the complete file of papers from March 17 to June 9 If you are going to issue the matter in pamphlet form I would like to have several copies- I inclose 35c to pay for same You have had some experience with Florida pines but as you ate them in the winter you did not have them at their best They are now fine sweet and juicyI an send you a crate at pre vailing prices E OBcars here 24s 200 30s 175 36s160r42s and 48s 125 Express rates to your place would be 1 think about 125 per crate Thanking you for your nice writeup of the East Coast Ire main Very truly yours R L GOODWIN The ladies of Mt Pleasant M E Church on lower Flat Creek will give a box supper at the church Saturday 2 6051 ii r iitl i f s To CONTRACTORS The Bath County Board of Education will receive sealed bids for building schoolhouses at Bald Eagle and Gudgell Hill up till July 2 Bid can see specifications at the office of the County Superintend ent The Boarxl reserves the right to reject any and all bids 5051 BUGGY UPSET Thos Gudgell while ridingwith a young lady l an upset of his buggy on Sudduth street which damaged his vehicle con siderably He also lost some money from his pocket in the up youngladyMARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMENT I The following has been received Mr Chas R Scott announces the marriage of his daughter Minerva Ricketts to Mr Walter WednesdayJune dred and Ten Cincinnati Ohio At home after July the first Sherburne Ky Four teachers took the exami nation Friday and Saturday I J z44 1 kr i I TOENE MINIHANS is the best place to buy BUGGY ROBES and HORSE BLANKETS of all kinds His tIII Handmade Saddles and Harness r51 are the best and cheapest tobuy none so good Has machinemade saddles and harness of alrkindscheap er than elsewhere i VULCAN PLOWS AND PLOW POINTS always on hand Come and price I will save you money I I am yours for the best saddles and harness EUCENE MINIHAN OWINGSVILLE KY THE RACKET STORE Everything for Everybody5 ONE PRICE TO ALL 398MensMens 3 oxfords red to 248 Mens 225 patent shoes 198 Mens S3 shoes 248 Mens 325 work shoes 274 Mens 225 work shoes 198 Mens 175 work shoes 145 Ladies 250 oxfords 174 Ladies 175 oxfords 139 Ladies 150 shoes 124 Ladies 125 shoes 98c Ladies 1 shoes 79c Misses 150 pat oxfords 125 Misses 125 oxfords 98 Misses 98c oxfords 79 Boys 165 shoes 139 B ys150 shoes 124 Childrens 75c shoes red to 60 Childrens 60c shoes red to J49 Mens 248 feltKats red tb174 hats 148 t to 109 Mens hats to Mens hats worth to dish pans worth to teakettles worth to 4 teakettles chambers worth to JGrinitepansworth25cred tdiSer worth to coffee to above will from June18tJuly1 every article mentioned iaa great Dont fall to take Iadvantage these prices 1 HIGHEST CASH dR EGGS t J B MAXE1T Owinfcsviile Ky j q t f makes a specialty of young cthh i shoes T4 Owingsville Banking Company Statement Condition eC3 RESOURCESI LIABILITIES Loans 11262972 Overdrafts 904501 Banking Housereal- estate 486823 Cash and due from Banks 4613143 17267439 r Dividends 1909 8 per Dividends 37600004 I 6 your patronage T u BROWN COALI have sale at my on street Coal Lime Sand Cem- entBRICK at as low rates as any one can furnish these AUSTIN BOAZ ij t tf Mens 198 felt red to Mens 139 felt hatsred 125 felt red 98c 98c felt red to 74c Granite buckets 50c reduced 39c Granite SOc reduced 39c Granite 50c reduced 39c 4 Granite worth 70c I reduced to 50c Granite 40c Ireduced to 30c Granite chambers 25c reduced Granite dippers lOc 12for iSo Granite tea and pots worth 40c reduced SOc The reduced continue and bargain of PRICE PAjfi rJIiJY tl mens and hats of 11909 iI safec Capital Stock Surplus Profits Due to Banks Deposits 13023362 17267439 Paid for cent 29 40000 Total Paid We solicit 0TI CASHIKR for place Jefferson Salt articles t J worth 19c 349095 MARBLE AND GR NITE t M n rnents Tombstones Iland markers I have an uptodate Stock and i1am ma position to pnce hright Barre granite and th celebrated grey marble specialty See me before buy mgAC4AR D s J4 Jit1f C y I 1 i v I I 1i r ttl j4 f I I 1 tt cw v 1f J d1 i 1J t l TAFFS CONGRESS I WAS A HUMMER L REMARKABLE RECORD MADE BY tSESSION NOW DRAWJNG t TO A CLOSE rMANY PARTY PLEDGES FULFILLED I b In Many Respects It la Without a I r Parallel In Recent Congressional tf History in Amount of Work Accom tfi pUshed r remarkable isJ WashlngtonTruly tho record of legislative achievements I f mado by congress during the session now drawing to a close In many re a spects it is without a parallel in re p 1 cent congressional history t In a single session nearly all tho pledges mado by tho Republican party 4 In its last national platform havo been i fulfilled including a revision of tho I tariff an extension of tho federal b power over railroads and tho prevent lug of the watering of stocks restric tion of tho power of federal courts in p granting writs of injunction the con 4 eervatlon of natural resources and t i tthoinauguration of comprehensive r system of Internal waterway Improve tucnts t KNOX WILL NOT RESIGN H Secretary of State Declines to Be come Candidate for Governor PennlylvanlatI 4 Washington Secretary of State II r Philander C Knox finally and effect Ivcly disposed of the report which ha9 I hopmight leave the Tatt cabinet to be come the Republican candidate for t i aovernorofPennsYlvmlaII IB a formal statement ho declares s that at the earnest solicitation ot tho r President he will not permit his name to go before tho state convention t which ineets ia Harrisburg next WedI sedayThU announcement on tho part otp the Secretary of State not only ellml Jate Um as the possible nomln at j A the head of the Pennsylvania stateI tkket and Insures his remaining in dcBaUcIy ba the Presideits cabtaet I i t but Is regarded by most Pennsylvania I poUtlciaha at the capital as jointing g to tJa emlB Iet Representative John K Tener the exball player and tk isaow1 mealier ol rC6gres from the g TweatyTfourth1 DistrictTot the Key atee SUte aa the cauJMate for gay j A ernorp Financing of CottonCrop f JTeir YorltTSetere aa were tM I 7r4 keee grewia out ot the recent 7 iijtl fhoksale JWH HCC otbbgua cotton bs o 14Ingaetnitiag te ooOI eoweth ind of the r batk1ag coinniunty Is giving out lit tItjle 1 the4r temPlatloa ppititUonocinee tedbYUie obetae1c Tti Vtlw Jteaaclig of the cotton crop 1 I i w1ct I iioW TWi t t a face 1Mereak theotton bills oi 4 b41ngr d opeI the con t i atractfeq tt mad stew financial ma chinery foC tie 1ark t1Dgotthew octtdB c ep F W1BgthtMrecenteX perieeee foreign kclr naturally I iefii toaccept JJntdeOut agInst the recetpt fa raihoad reprelenta t1 j tive xceptlnjrVhQ the cotton is ac j i2 tuaItykatt Soaa wietodo1 J dlJBgtheer mast be conalructed tt i J Unlttate Sends Sharp Re1yf- t t h 4 Waa1agthoMidrIs has drawn I r l from thte government a sharp reply to ihe ptbteet he made to President r1 t J Taft ctelmtos that the United States 4 4I lOBce4JJ1eWUta Nicaragua i t feeeavure H refused to allow the born I 1i v barmeat otjBluefieWs or to allow the t r i veii to aintaIn a blockade there H Jf COMB 9Uvareeat Managua has 1 rvV Me wltli ii atatement- jS J 4wIchth coazsl baa been directed to frt M t8 Msdrk Jttene1y observes f that It aay rloatln of neutrality has I t tP CUT5d twaswbea the Venus sail asanexpedltrt I nii ted aot to the united State erfcH f arArI sn rep bllCI I1elI k3 ICaeIH set forth In his tele t1 sasareith lithe state de I aJ 0 less than anet r 1 trt taes laa1klee light the polity h Z 7 = wWck ll e piRed 8Ute hB adopted iA t te Oealtec IUitM NJcaragaan affalrJ 1c i ikiri R ilrM4 Lnspieyss Stibmlt Grievances i WuhlagtonMoiethan 200 repreJ1 i s4AWr i 1liejMtiiUTWi of ifttw conductors and paszI y 1 ttJHiDBItMState appeared be I z1 p iewsCtalnBaA Kiipp if the inter n yi t J pae coMniwroe eo HiIs kin and Com r I t J e4oae Of Labor Nelti Etmedllt J I t j uaderthe Rrdman act and 1 Itiroh4uefr al48 of the cue In a con- LJ J vewjrwliIck threatens to result 1 wideipreadl railroad atrlke IrEit1 wToPilot alloon tr tthfthNWithaahesof1fghtnin1 iA tL desaliag ber yes and tktinde roarini 3c iier earstMiss Julia Doerner car J ded ut HclIt t 1a ia JtI1VorftPot r J t thileA r I plight f Aj LaV1icra hi Imports ft t tI A TfaAtegtOH lmpprts of the prlncl KAitle maisvfaetiirIa marIaI np the or4rtOllmmAuotr f 11 rnwa r JIe088tae of Increase J tfi torm CatHM Srsat Losses r IWuhlagton PaFo1lowing severt Z stbat ged ov r the westerr f jEt tbeitt itke broke OV tItvto flf 1 tIdiI jieetJen ta was even more ci aa4 iIthat are eetl ofthousandgr11PTZt kf ri AcIntstJ ir rr8a compllec1 trIlIt f I ir n dUI 1Iua a Sur t 1ftHi IW al awaber of detki- It 1sWc r fllOe in 1909 tr lstMt1 r rJ1 J II tI li ofJrtid f f r lf ttIf l t 11 1r flt I fl 14 rf1tfSio1fI 11 irP Ii J l f 0 f1 i s I yt ftJn rrIAIv f r N IjoJ A t r f 1 i ft a tt rrJ 1 t1 4 hi if i 1 4 ii r ft 1 j1 r Y IJ J fJ l i Ii 1 tJ C IWHEN RURAL POSTMEN FLY WEATHER FLAGS FOUR DEAD IN SHIP MUTINY SHORE LEAVE DENIED CHINESE MAKE DASH FOR LIBERTY Seven Leap Into Water and Four Drown Remainder Rescued and Placed In Irons Philadelphia A mutiny on board the British steamship Highland arch outward bound for Auckland N Z followed by a dash for liberty by dozen Chinese members of the crow resulted in thed rownlng of four and tho narrow escapo of three others The men rescued are In a police sta tion while the remainder of the mu tineers are In irons aboard the ship The trouble started in the night The Highland Monarch had been lying in tho Schuylkill river at Point Breeze In the extreme southwestern part of the city for three weeks loading with case oil for New Zealand As tho United States immigration law places a fine of 500 on the cap tain of a tteamsWp for every Cutnus member eta crew that escapes the 20 Chinese aboard were not permitted to leave tW Teasel while the other 20 men In the crew all Englishmen wore given liberal shore leave The confinement grew irksome and as1 the ship was soon to sail one of the Mongolians asked First Mate Bow maa to allow Mm a few hours on Cblnesedrewamate about the ship The man was finally tripped by a white member ot the crew and In rat lag cut himself He was placed In JTnn4 aifciiate neuJTall The Chinese mado n break for liberty PARR GETS 100000 REWARD New York Custom Man VhoUn eacthed Sugar Frauds Handsomely Recompensed by Government WsblngtonRfcbard A Parr dep ety surveyor of the port of Now Yeric will receive 100000 ro oQgovernmentlars in customs duties This reward t rMr Parr was de cided upon by Secretary MacVeagh following a dlscuskioa of the claim at the cabinet meeting It Is understood that President Taft favored ieiOO 000 while Secretary MacVeftgh would have cut the amount la two In fact notvetaetogtvlngP have approached million hiltlr WARD HOWE INJURED Americas Grand Old Woman Nlne tyOne Years Old Suffers From a Fall Nut yill Recover BostonJall Ward Howe AmeN leas raid old woman fasulferingVfrora bruises caused bra fall at tbebumeof her daughter Mrs John Elliott Her physician says she will be fully recovered la ten days de spite her age She is ninetyone ara old While DgaboutthehouseKrS Howe tripped and fell against apiece of furniture Maine Democrats Nevilnte4 atalIIeAtthe Bleurrtta Bern hereF1ederkkwas named for governor Conference Rail Report WincWashlngtbn The senate adopted the conference report on the railroad bilL Spain li Shaken Madrid Earthquake shocks vary lag in duration from four to ten see ends were felt here Thursday and simultaneously at Cordova and Al jnerla in Andalusia No casualties are reported but in Almeria some houses were damaged Lynch a Murderous Negro JDurant Miss After he bad run amuck with a shotgun and attempted to kllTthree white men Otho Mitchell a drunken negro was lynched by citi sens here Thursday Law Violation Costs 45000 W 3shingtopThe largest judgment ever entered by aUplted States court in favor of the government growing out ofa prosecution for attempting to bring alien laborers Into this country In violation of lair has been reported to the department of commerce asdl labor from Tucson Mir where the Jury rendered a verdict r 45000 This was 1000 the penalty fixed by ltuteJor each of 4J5 aliens whom it wa atterlI to import The de feadaatvwaa a coaatrucUo compasf Lel Angeles J i i ljf t h J1 0 11L t lij i BIG DEAL IS UNDER FIRE Officials of United Wireless Telegraph Company Arrested Charged With Misuse of Malls New YorkPresldent Wilson and VicePresident Bogart of the United Wireless Telegraph company were ta ken into custody by United States Marshal Henkel at the companys office on Broadway Wednesday and ar raigned before United States Commissioner Shields to answer a charge ot misuse of the malls Chief Post Office Inspector Mayer charges tho officials with a gigantic stock manipulation plan declaring that the capital of tho company whose assets were about 400000 had been Increased by an interchange of securities and that the prIce of these shares had been raised arbitrarily to such largo amounts that the company at this time had an apparent stock market value of 1000000000 Mr Mayer states that ono of the officers has cleaned up 5000000 He says there are 28000 stockholders throughout the country who have placed their money with the company dn the representation of its officers that It had a surplus of nearly 7000000 when as a matter of fact the company was falling to make its op erating expenses Mr Mayer further states that the inside officers of the company were privileged to sell their stock while outsiders were required to accept stock certificates Bt not trans iterablo until February 111311J Inspector OBrien seized the books and papers of the compan as evidence in the case The complainant uathed tL rot wh ytneiu rests we e made Is Michael OBrien of Wilson wasreteasedon2S000 bond and Bogarts bond was 10600 ARMED MAN AT WHITE HOUSE James Strlckfln feldPendlng In quiry Into Sanityit Is His Second Visit WuhlngtonA muscular man over six feet tall with black hair and heavy black mustache called at the executive offices of the White Hquso and asked to see the president He was recognized immediately as the man who visitqd the executive man slon June 17 ot last year and when arrested at that time had two big pistols in his possession Ho was found again to be armed with a 44 caliber pistoL The man gave his name as James Strlcklln an4 said no was from Cum berland Md When arrested a year ago Stricklin said he hailed from Ar bnsash man ia being hId for observation as to his sanIty Ha assorts that various persons are persecuting bud and wishes the president to put a stop tolL PEARY RETURNS FROM EUROPE Commander Declares He Will Never Again Head An Arctic or Anarctlc Expedition New YOrk OmmlU1der Robert E Peary was a passenger on the Maure heaidaaynewathe slightest Ideaothls present whereabouts I shall never again head cither an Arctic or Anar tlc expedition said the commander Captain Bartlett will probably lead an expedition to the South Pole next year It should be much easier to reach the South Pole because there ia no shifting ice and the route has been plotted to within a hundred miles WalkllnSleepto Death New York Walking in his steep P T Brudd ra retired business man aged seventynine fell through an open indow in his sixth floor apartment Friday and was instantly killed Relatives said that he had been somnambulist since childhood Hungry Hogs Kill and Mutilate Man Sterling litA drovE of bogs mu Hinted and killed Charles Anderson a farmer Thursday His body was found Friday Both arms had been eaten by the animals Paper Firm Head Indicted Weshlngton The federal grand Jury Thursday returned an Indict meat against Peter O pres- Ident oftheChamplonCoated Paper company of Hamilton 0 charging at tempted bribery in connection with the furnishing to the government of paper for postal cards RetiredfWILSti1ngtO1 Jus tice Moody with full jtay was favor ably ftifcrtcd to the senate Thursday from the judiciary committaa tp i S L 3i r i i n INDICT COTTON MEN JAMES A PATTEN AND SEVEN OTHERS FACE CHARGE OF CONSPIRACY ANTITRUST LAW VIOLATED Accusation Hits Men Alleged to Have Engineered Recent Bull Pool Each Gives 3000 Bond and Re leased Deny Forming Agreement New York Tho special federal grand Jury Friday returned Indictments against James A Patten the Chicago speculator and seven others alleged to have been associated with him in the cotton pool They are charged with having violated tho criminal clause of the antitrust law Their ball was fixed at 5000 each by Judges Hpugh All of them gave bond through the National Surety company and were Immediately released The men indicted are James A Patten of Chicago W P Brown of New Orleans Frank B Hayno of New Orleans Eugene C Scales of Texas Sidney J Herman Robert M Thompson anti Charles A Kittle of New York Morris R Rothschild of Missis sippiThe indictments were handed up to Judge Hough in the United States cir cult court The defendants were represented by former United States Senator John C Spooner Henry Wellman and Joseph P Cotton Col Robert M Thompson one of the indicted men was strongly urged for secretary of the navy when Presi dent Taft was forming his cabinet He Is a South Carollnan and for years was prominent in tho politics of that state before he was brought to New York to occupy an Important po sition with the New York Life Insur ance company The Investigation which resulted In tho indictments was begun April 18 at the direct order of Attorney Gen eral Wickersham It will be recalled that nit through the sensational rise In tho cotton market last winter Mr Patten and the men associated with him In the bull movement took advantage of every occasion to deny that they had formed an agreement otany sort This will be their defense when their cases are called for trial next fall conpninamorefive counts The first count charges that the defendants on the first day of January 1910 conspired with certain corporations that aro spinners and manufacturers of cotton to control the price of raw material The cor porations were not indicted The Indictment then goes on to give a description of the trade and com marco which it is alleged was sought to be monopolized and states that cotton has been idls an article of prime necessity to the people of the United Staes and thu growing ot tle lt1 =ahaa i3 3sKjtated the cultivation of many millions of acres of land and that the spinners and manufacturers were coconspirators with the men in dictedCIRCUS TRAIN JS WRECKED Wild Beasts Escape From CageS Country People Are Terrorized Many Employe Hurt Ebensburg Pa The Frank lA Rob bins circus train composed of J5 cars was wrecked Thursday a ilie from here on the Cambria Cresson branch of tho Pennsylvania railroad Two lions an elephant ono leopard one hyena one jaguar and an ib x are reported to be nt large as a result Many circus employes were In jured The more seriously hurt were taken to hospitals In Altoona At thscene of the wreck a low bridge pans a deep gully As the train passed over the bridge three of the wagons which contained the anlr mats struck low banging girders and wero overturned The ars carrying the wagon cages were derailed and thrown over the embankment leading to the bridge The entire country for miles around Islns I state of terror Many of the farmers and their fakillies refuse to leave their homes and tako up the search tor the liberated menagerie beasts SENATOR LA FOLLETTE IS ILL Wisconsin Statesman Suffers prom Gall Stones but His Conditions Not Serious Washington Senator Robert M- La Follette of Wisconsin who has been absent from the senate for ten days is at his home where he Is suffering from gall stones Friends of the senator report that he is resting easily and that his condition is not serious The senators physician how ever will not permit him to resume his duties until be has Improved Mr LaFolIctte suffered a similar attack two years ago Auto Casualty List Is Growing Chicago Five persons were killed and 43 injured by automobiles In the first half of June according to a report which Sergt Elliot of the bureau ot records has made to Chief ot Police Steward Friday The start of the month promises that June will excel even May in accidents Aldrich Son III New York Richard S Aldrlqh son of Senator N W Aldrich of Rhode Island Is ill of typhoid fever at the Pres byterian hospital In this city Fire Destroys Mining Town Naco Ariz The mining town of Moverabl in Sonora including a ten stamp mill was destroyed Thursday by the forest fire that is sweeping tho Ojo and Bacoachl mountalns The miners narrowtyescap d Wills Beer for Mourners Detroit Mich Robert Reidel of tbls city who fought through the Franco Prussian war left to Detroit susvlvora of his old company 15 with which to buy leer after they marched to the Cemetery at his funeral f Jf Jr G f j I121 i THEODORE ROOSEVELT JR WEDS MISS ALEXANDER Eldest Son of Former President and Pretty New York Girl Are Married in Gotham Will Reside in San Francisco New Tork The Fifth Avenue byterian church was the scene PresI wedding on Juno 20 that attracted the attention and interest of the nation that of Theodore Roosevelt Jr and Miss Eleanor Butler Alexander A large number of prominent peo plo witnessed tho ceremony but nat urally the most noticed person In the church after the bride and groom was Col Theodore Roosevelt father ofthe young man who was entering the state of matrimony The date of the wed OYSTER SCHOOLHOUSE Jr School ding had been set to permit the at tendance of the former president and this was one of his very first social engagements after his return from broadforho landed In New York kWhobe1toreMiss Elizabeth Bertron was the matron of honor and the bridesmaids were Miss Ethel Roosevelt Miss Jes 6to MilllngtonDrake Miss Janetta Alexander Miss Joan Delano and Miss Harriet Alexander Rev Henry Ml Sanders a great uncle of the bride officiated assisted by pr Gordon Russell of Cran ford iN J Afjer the ceremony the bridal party wai entertained at the home of the brides uncle Charles B Alexander At rest a part of the honeymoon will be spent at Sagamore Hill the coun try home of the Roosevelt family at Oyster Bay Long Island Later in the sufnuier the young couple will start From Left Theodore Mrs Roosevelt Mrs for San Francisco where Mr Reese velt Is to be In charge of the Inter est of the carpet manufacturing firm with which he has been associated forsomettme The love story of the young couple has been quickmoving romance Their engagement was announced only last winter and tho news was cabled to Colonel Roosevelt resulting in the speedy receipt of his approval and congratulations The bride who is the daughter of Henry Addison Alex ander of New York Is twentyone years otdof a little more than medium height slender of very attractive appearance having an espe cially beautiful complexion She is as animated as her famous sisterIn law Mrs Alice Roosevelt Longworth The British museum is one ot the oldest Institutions of the kind Jn the world having been In existence tnco 1755 It was in that British government authorized by act of parliament purchased for S 100000 less the original cost Sir Hans Sloanes collection of curiosi ties of natural history works of art books and manuscripts This collec tion together with the Cottonlon li brary was placed in Montague house which had been bought for the purpose The museum was opened to the public in 1759 The present buildings wero erected between 1823 and 1857 In the begin ning the museum was divided into throe departments printed books manuscripts and natural history Tbe library today consists of more than volumes and receives a oOfry of every book published In Eng land It te Increasing at the rate of ic rly fblumen a year Among the eaf1 g fl j i whoso house guest she was for a Urns just before Mrs Longworth sailed for England to her father Theodore Roosevelt Jr strongly resembles his father in looks but is decidedly reserved and is generally cred ited with being far less democratic than certain other members of the family As a boy he rode horseback and engaged in all tho other outdoor pursuits of the juvenile Roosevelt clan at their home at Oyster Bay and he took some part In Athletics during his BAY Where Theodore Roosevelt Attended When a Boy and than L800000 50000 join preparatory school course at Ore ton and his collegiate course at Harvard but In the main he has been less enthusiastic on the subject of life in the open than his father and brother Kermlt He has always been of a studious nature and his romance with Miss Alexander is said to have bad its beginnings in the mutual l oof the young people for music For all that Teddy Jr has eschewed the sensational In outdo athletics he did participate two years ago In a bal lo n1Ugbi from Washington in which he and the two army officers who were his fellow passengers bad seme rather exciting experience was no little surprise on the IThere the public when Theo upon completion of his col two years ago chose a business career ail lila life work and still more wonder was aroused when he took employment a Connecticut carpet factory In order to gather knowledge at first hand of the practl Reading to Right RooseveltJr Longworth Larz Anderson earthattli cal side ni carpet manufacture He startea at the jowest round of the lad dfir as an unskilled workman lit a small salary Of course he was pro moted as he mastered the intricacies ot the business butte continued to live quietly in a modest boarding atepUcalasstick to so prosaia an existence but he is evidently determined to win his fortune in this sphere Was for Foreit Conservation Housewife Are you willing to chop somo wood for your dinner Plodding PeteSorry nns but tam a Plnchot man Boston Tran script J FamousBritish Museum In the museum are the Elgtn marbles the Egyptian and Assyrian antiquities said to be the finest in the world Real Peril Familiarity with his fathers adventures in the search of the south pole ntemPtlnthelmind He was heard not long ago asking dangerInltI dont want to heav anything more about papa he said Tell me about the baby that was drowned In his barfYouths Companion Long Patent Suit Settled After six years contest Peter Cooper Hewitt has received patents for his mercury vapor electric lamp The patents have been in dispute since tht date when Uiey were flrrt applied for In 1801 J 4rai 41ti II i fC i tf l OUTLOOK IS SEllER 1 Crop News Continues Firm and Iron and Steel Market Inv r4 proves NowYorkRG Dun Cos week ly review of trade says Crop news continues firm The iroa and steel market Improves while for J eign trade movement shows ap excess of exports and in these Important par ticulars the business outlook is dis tinctly better There Is further improvement in Iron with Increased Inq 1ryattheJ leading producing centers More or ders have been placed for pig Iron and the tonnago already booked for deliv cry during the second half of the year Is heavy Existing quotations are con sidered very low and incOnsequence there Is less dlsp on of consumers to deter purchases Injexpectation of concessions A amount of business is announced as having been placed by the railroads and other important interests which strengthens tho steel market division Open hearth material Is In good demand jwith billets quoted aq29 PIUS burg but Bessemer is rather weak at about 2550 The primary dry goods markets still reflect light trading but agents hand ling cotton goods lines are holding prices generally firm Jobbers western markets have been ahadkL prices at clearancQ sales to redue stocks preliminary to stocktaking while announcement Is made by a v largo eastern house that the usualLjIJJsemiannual clearance sales will be tfomitted on the ground that costs of r replacement are above current values t v Staple printed goods ard stiUiigJ1L ht F small lots but western advicea state that business promises to be bednext month and there isjmpre inquirj Stef lor denims and coloredgooIs Mla 1 cellaneons export trade in cotton goods holds up well Mens woolens i rule quiet but a little better bus1nes Is noted in some parts of the drcs goods markets warmer weather slim ulatlng Interest in seasonable iaer chandlse The feature front the pro t ducers standpoint is tholIubstaAUalLi increase In curtailment ff New orders for fall footwear coil L tlnuo small and the situation Is gen Jhemily unsatisfactory Trade favleathr er continues dull and prices on most S t descriptions are weak tW I Better News from Crop entf1ItcNon York Bradstreet8 says I J Irregularity and relative quiet arIn f still the ruling feature in trade and v fIndustry but evidences of Improver t mont In western distribution arStrirtV i9J er sharply In contrast with the reports 1p f 1 otslow trade recently received Warp er weather te the key to the better f r crop and trade reports received1thl3 A week from the west a l southwest while cool moist ceadir tlons along the Atlantic coast IIOW Y v disappearing bees ai Mr to t trade arid crop developmeatala tke 4rlreporta9omerIrfromcountry trade though better is stew biptp respond owing tb farmersiljelBByif r busy In work oja hitherto delayed If jt crops Ij US tKBusiness failures In the U1teth 4 States for thefek rending with Jtotavi J j16 were 1S9 last week 212 In the liko week of 1909 254I1ilHti iIK In 1907 and 173 la 1906 I Jjweekwith 36 last week and 26 in the cone spending week of lastyeary S- Corn exporta for the week are 13S 015 bushels against 229Gg last week VV and 9SI fn1909 rtli5 wee tending Juno 10 corn exports are 37- G304S ijbushels against 29013Oeg list eartL fTHE MAKETi VJf I hive Stock Ctoclnhatl June iSvi v 4 Cattle Shlppers 56J8Sa7J5 butcher tJ J5Sto choice G85a665 cows extra S535 r 5550 good to Choice J4 0aSJl5caB1 t1sTiers 225a2 BullsBologna 35525 fat bulls aI a6 Calves Extra V8 5falrt good 725aSi Hogs packeraaadbntchera9jOaUG stags 5625a725 common to choke iheavy fat sows 750aS60 110 lbs and less J9a960 SaeeprJBxtri 475 good to choice 410a465 corn 3 mon to fair 255a4 Spring LambsF i k Extra 840a825 good to choice 7a8 j1 common totaJr a6iiO atlambs fa525 v Grain Market WheatNo2 red i05ai08 No 3 red 93a98c No4 rec8fia90CoCora41fNo 2 white 65a t No2eIlOW sjOca66o mixed ear 64a65c Oat Noi2t white S738c No 3 white V37 38ciNoLj 2 mixed 37a38c No 3 ml3d36a87c No4 mixed 35aSC Hay 1 tins othy ttS50at9 No 1 clover Ixe4 51 0al7JO No 1 clover lCal650 DarleyNo3 spring 72a74ci NO 3 l j70a72c79c Bran and Middlings Bras Sf s a20 ton middlings coarse 21a22 Jj Fruits and Vegetables iBeans Vax S15 per hampeniK i CabbageKentucky 150 per crate iil PeachesrFlorida J150a2 a sixbasket c rcrate PotatoesNew 250a275 bbl jI bu Michigan 30a35c acct pots toes Jersey 4a bbl Strawberries f2a3 24qt cratesSIJTpbccoMarkeL Louisville Ky June 19The ofd J ferings on the tobacco auction breaks were as follows Burley 6 dark 42 tt original inspections 45 reviews 3i There was practically no change la f pricestTo Float Dry DockDewej Washington The dry do kDeweylJ which recently sank at Olongapo will J be nfloat again some time during this 1week The reason for the sinking of the monster dry dock has not yet bewL Ilscovered 4 Fatal Railway Wreck Norwich N YA passenger train 4loaded with emigrants c n route to the railcwaypassengers were kil1d and 53 wereH injured s i r j Ji7 z 2 2 t c t tst t 4j That Have Not Given Tommy Any Commission In Which V lII Likely to Fall hi i P W v I c ThiTqER fv U t r D i i B M6PCDITH N1CH e iPNWk r JLJ7E4TIGfO fitRAYW4JTma CUCVp tr USYNOPSIS I Thomas Ardmora ami Ifenry Maine I Grliwald atutnble upon Intrigue when tho governors of North and South Carolina tire reported tohavo quarreled Grls wold allies himself with Barbara Os 4t SouthCrolnaI I cause ot 1 the governor of North Carolina These t 1 two young IndJes arc trying to flit the Bhoea of their fathers while the latter I lv ir wlsains Both Htates are fnaturWell o rDne Applewelght an outlaw wtUi greatpolltl Unaware 1t et each other position both Orl wold alArIlmori3 Bt out to male the other L1 ro outi Applewelght Valuable papers Mth ApplewPlght ease are tnisalnr fromjl erjepkotGovsOsborn9 nod GrUwold t thejpT4rl a oebee antI starts tor tho i 1toptan the nest ot4lPI8WdChtftI a guest ntAt1J ley r posse takes the fiera Orls r lII tt1 t tbe me end as AM i kItaco u fr ljelOrder U1 a ig 0k r CHAPTER XI t fijt1rt Two LatHe on a Balcony t trt The outer aspect of Ardsley Is 0 rankly The Idea of a North f It Garolbia estate had grown tofArd l 1ft Jore 8 love o rivticy and his wish to i getaway from Ncv York where hl r taail WB all too frequently struck tlirtltI U h The gre t tract ote ft cfl secured hei had not con haduJ i era bu1lg I r Jew yaich satisfied hint for a yeah InaccesLf many was a Uj 1 r 4 fiMcIe g C ely nap alswcre youngrc e 111J4 ftcB iMir ArtsVwiUi many honors but Dlpresl1 stw soon th reafter croWned the ter t i1f fedilSi at Ardsley elchlns a e rV rti4 iJlB agaInst the lovely pane testl11edA4 l a4ap4ttoi Ardlnores diminished J bsIaace at the I1oaiThan and Trust cwpy iJ ld Ow baI thata coty commanded the z J t ffi aklconrbIlgktwltltg i J 1 that hiuig r1sigIy over a ravise- t 1 MissrI I rt ft ftheir a triwlr wblte gowns the i I4OT awiw iiUrrtBr slightly in the J Tt Mul air therIttries of the tea otCharmtt7 abIf7 1fi aeB1 4ek Idea said Jerl Ijrr ki itlet us hope jp V k4t thMbetk eIt Id t VTf i7r M Ml8 Atchison- srrgL i b ewIeoMdceL c et1 tnatkkliMerio1wJOiThIadolagfof t f 1 5 II sa11 l n WtB 1r-VZ fJ 2J rirl t ciaioa As I have l J4I Ieare4 t pcp5atBtaace with Mr t tJr r t iAdRtOC sT riJBt fitct haying sees hi A l r Wmi UtlViferrd ys ago it would be 4 I t hasor OIIJto pelt bin t4I t te Bertev JBO lcept u rules MtgoterTa tfce relations of employer f 1employetrj Mrs fltefa IIlIlelYJth the wise iJv5 l atSa xvowuin of the world elt VJ lBi sbewasa tady it must te said f rr 2m f who had a keeperception tha JUeJt J t th yi iike of ebavealeBce fromVthe serise t l phumor She d Dot like to bepuzI iitf4rJ i jroril w deed JK JIe ngular brother k r1t Tommy She likedand even cultivated l f 5 wRli daring tie iBadyertemt tprns in i t Yfc iysafairi The cboLfisbJoo In t1l i t i wWek her brpt4er had f aced the f r t 4e1kter pt the goyernpr of North belJifIo il lMMiieArnedj notfyg from Jerry of 1sjh i i kyIaciatUoe wici sesme dt01 JliJr b In ieryeen aspects uI i 3 ltd t efl 1Etcu 1 4SLY M Gerildise pan rield ilk f q AtcMsukerselt was difficult to r llr t J i i yi H e J rl1I 1tt hr l tof t tf ft 4i 1 1l J 1i i Il H r- tf vr ilto ft 4 ftr+ 4 j 1 jat t4 1 iF 7 df 1011to 1 uV ir1r atLJ t 7rk f t r h t 115 t oIJtpi Tfo J l surprise and Tommy Ardmores sis ter admired this in any ono and she particularly admired it in Jerry who was so charming In go many other ways putUnly into the west that you havp nbt glen Tommy any commission in which ho is likely to fail This wsas the lady know almost vulgarly leading but Jerry folded her arms and sppko out with charming rankness wI have heard my father say sate eItopuBhed sir Ardmoro has undertaken tthoifenklnl1tonieriiy chaperon and entitled to my full est confidence It srightfor YOU to whyYFor once curiosity bound Mrs AtchV i son in chains of EteelcTell me nothing dear unless you are quite tree tp do aoshe1DU tusbbi should not think of doing so ex cept pt my own ffee will declared 1J1g1totalward the neighborlntvoods It ins y noVYJsthc governor pf North Carolina He do snot exactly know Jt for at Raleigh T myself was governor pit North Carolina aVthe time we met and I only madeMr Ardmore my private secretary but whenlt becauTnecessary to take the tick I nvtonlygovernorbutalsothe comraanderlnchlcfbr her troops iin the field sllgMIJrripri8ewg all to her liking She woulA hearlnJhJ oramazingia aa American commonwealth it was vso foreign to all experience so heavy with possibilities so delicious ia that It had happened to Tom Dy of all 7nep la the world ri stJs1e said smiling a little thjit Tommy will not prove unworthy of the confidence you have reposed in lilm lgherbandstogetber Imaginary igar crumb I shall never never marf7hlrri tl ibyd you more and more You may tell me anything you like without fear of being misunderstood but tell me nothing that you prefer to keep to yourself Ardmotisdatershall never tell another soul I was coming home from a visit in Baltl more and the train stopped some whera to let another train pass The forlltuewhllehe a sleeper opposite mo saw no young nan whp seemed very sad SoJust as my train started at the very last moment that we looked at each other with1think I Miss Geraldine DanBcrfleld touched the offending member dellcatolr with her handkercbef Mrs Atchison bent forward and took both the girls hands I And that warf Tommymy biother TommySThat gentlenian has proveditobe Mr Thomas Ardmore I had not the slightest idea that I should ever in theXorl eee him again My phly hope wasthat Jie1 would go on his way cheered and refreghed by mr sign pf gppfwill though ie was Itherjjq pressed or so uf prised that he made CiJ resppnse 1 neyei1 ejtpected to tee hlm gain In ttils world and wheni t t f t r ftJI 4 fj Ialmost forgotten till about him he sent In his card to me at tlw executive jijanslon In Raleigh And I was very harsh with him when I learned who he was for you know the Ardmore estate owns a lot of North Carolina bonds that aro due on Fbeentry to know whether they will bo IIald and I supposed of course your brother was looking for papa too to annoy him about sonic mere detail of that bond business for tbo state treas uurer who does not love papa line gone away fishing and Mr Billings is perfectly wild- DelIcIousl exclaimed Mrs Atchison Perfectly delicious May I call you Jerry Thank you dear Let me tell you that I am 32 and you nrc Seventeen supplied Jerry And this is the most amusing In teresting and exciting thing I have heard in all my life It might be dif ficult ordinarily for mo to forgive the wink but your explanation lifts It out of the realm of social Impropriety Into the sphere of generous benevolence Your brother does not seem par ticularly proud of his family connection said Jerry He spoke of you in the most beautiful way but ho seems distressed by tho actions of some of the others Mrs Atchison sighed Tommy is right about us We are a sad lot nut ho is very hard on tho duko Since 1 camo to Ardaley his grace has treated me with the greatest courtesy and ho has spoken to mo In tho most complimentary terms He is beyond question a man of kind heart for he has promised mo his mothers pearl necklace which had been in her fam ily for 400 years I should not hesltato to take the necklace Jerry if ho really produces it for my sister his wife has never had the slightest glliapso of it and it is I believe in the hands of certain English trustees fpr ihe benefit of tho dukes creditors I dislike to spoil ono of his graces pretty illusions but unless Mr Billings softens his heart a great deal toward the duke I fear thistyou as my Mrs Atchison that the duke has already offered to elope with me Ha told rao last night as we were having our coffee on the terrace that he would gladly give up his wife mean ing I suppose your sister and the Ardmore millions for me but while I think hint fascinating I want you to feel quite safe for I promise you I shall elopo with no one while I era your guestIMrs Atchisons face had grown a llttlo white and she compressed her Ups in lines that were the least bit grim Tho scoundrel she exclA1ed half under her breath To think that ho would insult a child IIkerou H is hanging about us hera in thejnope of getting more money while poor s ister1 his wife is In an English san atorlum half crazed by his brutality If knew this he would un fiputotediyVlithlm1 f1 That would be very unnecessary A tiiko after all fa something apdJl- ihould hate tobave the poormaq ed on my cCo ntAnd besides Mrs Atchison I am perfectly ableVjptako care of myself UI believe you are Jerry Bntf its a terrible thing to have that beast aoutand I shall tell him t gh- tthathomustleave this place and tho ountq But first sald Jerryalt hayg an engagementto ride with him aftef din- ern to see the moon ana the oppor lunltyot seeinFamconwltltalduke of ancient hero on the sacred lolloorth Carolina Is something that I cannot lighter jut aside You cannot vou must not gel Leave it to me said Jerry smil iutbntthAmerican glrlj And now IVthlnK 1 must dress dinner CHAPTER XII ie Embarrassments of the Duke of Ball winkle Mr Frank Collins of the Atlanta Palladium trod tho ties beyond Kll dare with a light heart gaily swing lug a large uitcase Heiidwalked far but hatrowbrim straw hat perched on the back of his head and the cheery lilt of the jpraltz he whistled spoke for a Jauhty 8iirit As his eye ranged the landscape l mark ed a faint cloud of smoke rising bo yond a strip ot dandcoming to a dilapidated piece of track that led vaguely away Into the heart pt the forest he again noted the tiny smoke cloud Pn such a day h half gods go and the gods arrive and the world that afternoon knev no clieertuUersplrit than the Palladiums agile young commissioner Mr Col Una was not only in capital health and spirits but he rejoiced in that de llclons tltlllatlon of expectancy which is the chief compensation of the journalists life Bin mission was secret and this in itself gave flavor to his errand and moreover It promised adventures of a kind that were great ly to his liking As the woodland closed in about him and the curving spur carried him farther from the main right of way he ceased whistling and his steps be came more guarded Suddenly a man rose from the bushes and leveled long arm at him detalnlngly Stop young man stop where you are Hollo called Collins pausing WellriD Jiggered if It aint old C6okle I say old many tithe untaxed juice flowing In the forest primeval or what brings you heref Cooke grinned as he recalled thc reporter whom he remembered as a particularly irrepressible specimen of his genus whom he had met while pursuing moonshiners in Georgia The two shook bands amiably midway of the two streaks of rust T6 BE CONTINUED Twenty Minutes for Lunch Walter Dessert slrt tSfngfrlce cream and clear cof fee Waiter shouting through to tho tunnelanilarlDlspatcb J f i = r t f I J I IIi KENTUCKY EDITORS FLOCK TO MIDDLESBORO Annual MidSummer Meeting of the Kentucky Press Association Opens Auspiciously With Good Attendance Mlddleeboro has hung wldo her gates and opened her heart to the Kentucky editors Monday a large number of the press gang arrived in the mountain metropolis to attend the let annual meeting of the Kentucky Press association that will bo in ses s ion here until Saturday Everybody Welcomed Monday evening n reception was tendereH the press people by tho was tendered tho press people by the Mlddlcsboro Commercial club at tho MIddlesborb hotel Mayor E S Hoi burn delivered an address of welcome All tho members especially Presi dent Tom Underwood and little Miss Dolly Pickets aro glad to be here for TC UNDERWOOD President Kentucky Press Association Middlesboro knows well how to enter tain tho boys and girls of tho press The city of the mountains is like home V the Kentucky Press association forKit has met here several times and after 13 years absence the mem bers are rejoiced to be back again Excellent Program Ready The program that has been prepared by the executive committee covers talks on pracUcaUy every subject con nected with the printing of newspa I ers and it is needless to say that tho members will pack away lit their trunks man valuable suggestions ot f speakersTho dull has a big pocketbook full of money to spend oh their visitors awl If they do not havo a gcod time it will not bo tho fault of Judge T L Henritze end the following committee W J Kinnaird Win WalibrechttsrR Co Ford J F Bosworth E S Helburn and Chas P Cunningham Tho young women ot Mlddlesboro have planned several social features for the daughters and wives of the editors and wilt tender a reception fct the Elks home In honor of them Will Visit Plneviile One of the most pleasant diversions will bk the trip to Plnevillo Friday PRIZES FOR PRINTING Handsome Awards to Be Made at K PA Meeting at Mlddlesboro The members of the Kentucky Press association who expect to make exhi bitions In the newspaper and Job Mlddlesbortflnd ery possible exhibit The multiplicity of prizes secured by B B Cosine of the Shelbyvllle News chairman of the contest com mittee that will be offered will In clude seconds in all exhibits and in many of them a third prize will be of fered Ere y character of job print Ing as well as different size advertise ments and newspapers will be consid eredWade Sheltman of Louisville who Is regarded as one of the best print ers In the state has been selected as judge It is the desire of the committee in charge of the contests that all members take their entries to MId dlesboro and tho different classes will then be arranged under the superin tendence of Mr Sheltman The West tin Newspaper Union offer prizes to the value of 30 for the best printed newspaper exhibited The Evening Independent has purchased the Ashland Ky Comm v rfala morning paper and discontin ned its publication The stock of the Independent has been increased and B F Forgey who has been editor of the Ironton Register has become a companyMroorge tho Register and is now editor of thc Independent moving his family to Ashland C B Hill has succeeded David B Thurman as publisher of the Taylors rifle Courier J W Hill will be the manager and editor- r Prof Hjii Smith is now publisher of the Somerset Republican Will B Hansford has retired permanently from the newspaper business and lo cated at Junction City E H Hans ford is foreman of the Danville ties senger office Senff He den have purchased the Mfc Sterling Advocate from Rev R W Trimble and are making a success of their venture Mr Scuff Is the ed itor and business manager and Mr Redden has charge of the mechanical department rt fc morning Mr Chas Mctcalf editor of tho Pinovlllo Sun assisted by Mist Lena Rollins has charge of the program that will bo carried out by tho Pinoville Commercial club to suit a kings fancy The Official Program Jvery day cf the press gathering promises to bo splendid and tho pro gram for the business and social af fairs in brief was as follows Tuesday Afternoon Trip to mines Train leaves Union station at noon lunch at mines at 1230 p ra Tuesday Evening 730 Ladies see slon 9 oclock informal ball at Mid dlcsboro hotel 830PaperWhatPress L C Llttrcll Owentoa K7i DANIEL M BOWMAR Secretary and Treasurer Kentucky Press Association t Aionpaver Making Statesmen and the Re ard John D Wakefleld Louisville Y paper Writing Editorials Desha Breckenridge Lexington Ky round table AdvetisIngHome and Foreign What to Print and What Not to Print Ed D Shinnick Shelbyvllle Ky Wednesday A1ternoonExcflrsIo a lenthiz1UnlonstaUon Plant of New South Brewing and IceI Co for lunch return to city at 5 p tWednEIghthDlstrl9 ixiOerman l11esbo VRJchardSlmjDnnvUle Lan yuiu r Ky Thursday Morning 830 Paper The Editor in Politics Tim Need ham Winchester Ky paper How to Make a Newspaper Popular W J Denhart Bowling Green Ky paper ConleyLoulsaKyslons and Suggestions In Getting Sub KyAwardingtion of officers Thursday Evening 730 to 9 Smoker at Mlddlesboro hotel follow ed by ball- Friday Moraine Trip to Plneviile TO CELEBRATE JULY 4 Louisville Advertisers May Hold Car nival or Congress of Nations i The Louisville Ky Advertisers club at a recent meeting had under discussion the giving of a celebration during the week of July 4 Two Bug gestions were discussed that of giv ing a street fair and carnival and that of a congress bf nations A T Macdonald suggested that a congress of Cations would be a no el ntrwr His suggestion was to secure the lot and erect platforms whore all the nations of the civilized world might be repre sented In costume No definite con elusion was arrived at but the matter will be discussed further AT Mat donald John Smiley Fred Harrigg Eo H Bacon Thomas Basham and Evau Reese were appointed a commIt- tee to take the matter up and report 1iome plan to the club It the carnival is decided 0naU kinds of attractions including balloon races will be given S W Linebaugh has sold the Logan County Kyl News to Messrs Byrne Morgan of Russellville Ky and Ar thur Herndon of Auburn Ky J C Browdcr of Russellville will bo ed- Itor Mr Herndon who has been ed itor and proprietor of the Auburn Advocate has sold that paper to George R Van Arsdall ct Bowling Green Steuben Uodbey formerly of Berea Ky has purchased the Somerset Ky Journal Mr Godbey prints a sixcolumn quarto using tho Western Newspaper Union service from the Cincinnati office Shelton Saufley of Frankfort who recently purchased the Stanford Jour nal is making numerous improvements in the appearance of the Journal and will shortly Install a standard linotype machine The Scott County Herald of Georgetown which suspended publication about the first of the year on account of Illhealth of EditoV B O Games has resumed publication under the management of T G Hudson who has leased the printing establishment It is a Democratic paper Frank P James state auditor of Kentucky has purchased the controlling interest in the Harrpdsburg Ky Republican taking over the stock held by Low B Brown 1 San ders Or is the editor it t Itj 0 fR I o i KENTUCKY 0 i GLEANINGS i r haWHAT4 DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF 4 THE COMMONWEALTHI QUALITY ABOVE AVERAGEI IspThoughHopkinsvllie Ky Wheat harvest began in this county and will bo in full blast all ot this week The wheat has ripened slowly which is considI ered altogether in Its favor many instances the early cutting was only ot portions ot a field where tho grain had ripened faster than the rest The crop this year is expected to prove a good one Some predict a shortage in the yield owing to small heads but an extra fine quality of tho grain The prevailing opinion though seems to be that the yield and quality will both bo fully up to if not in excess of tho average The weather has been ideal for culling the wheat arid promises to hold through the harvest season The acre especlaUyInthe broad fields are truly golden in pearance niI Other crops aro looking well too longthatwheat clover and everything else would be seriously damaged but the moisture ld up just In4ime and was cibeenprovlnrwonderfullyGardens ward until the warmer weather came most of the vegetables not having developed and produced as they should MAN SHE LOVED MARRIED I Miss Anna Anderson Swallows Ca rI bolic Add When He Dared HerI Louisville Kyr tried to kill my self because the man I loved bad married another woman and there was nothing left in lifo for me said Miss asEla a grsenicWhen seen at the hospital Miss A nid a gndfisher Shortly after she went to his home In answer to her ring at the doorbell Mrs Eisner wentto the door cndnskedwbalshW I told her that I wanted Gus said the girl at the hospital and she asked mo who I was r 1efsedto tell ii Justthent 1oI started to talk to 11Im and finally I said ihatf JlnoFBe wSa lttTted was going to take 1 tsaidjIsenleIts contents FAMILY VAULT I Now Contains the cody of Colonel Latham Andersond 0Kuttawa RThe body otCoL latham Anderson arrived from Santa atyfstain the family vault He was a eon of the late Charles Anderson former governor of Ohio and brotherinlaw otThomasskl mer the lattera death ofColCol Anderson in his younger days made extensive surveys nth south Carsocomposing his guard When the Civil Wsrwasdeclared he graduated from Wea Polnand en Amiywhervbebrigadier general DESCENDANT OF POEtAnd of Sixth Vice President Fatally Injured In a Runaway Jo1lIsvUleKy Injuries suffered iltherdealerTompklnlJ enilllug With no ono to guide him the horse SIlatman teetBajraan is survived by eight Children MuddreceivedLawrence Heath who had been con WUIsoninthe Tennessee penitentiarj while In terfering with an officer of the prison v Frankfort KySteps to lift the quarantine against Kentucky sho ep were taken here when the state saul tary board met to devise some means of eradicating the scabies and fed IoopprnteIn Louisville KyA white baby bOy murderedby HenryOrehersimple white dress and was dead when removed upheldproviding that regular circuit Judges shall servo as special judges in other districts and receive 1200 additional salary Judge Hobson and OReardlt entct r i 0 44 W y il I ei J F1 3 tt xj 3 9 r j I 2 p4 GOVERNORS DRIVE iTHROUGH 8TCRM i di fe Executives of Arizona Kentucky Ml sour 4ExcitIngFrankfort Through one ofthwont electrical and hall storms which s hit Central Kentucky in many ars an automobile containing four p governors and the wives of two of them dashed from Versailles tr 4Frankfort and twice the lightning 4 struck within 20 feet of the machine Once it struck the rails of the in terurban line Just this side of Ver isailles and knccked up a shower bf arks over the automobile as it hirled past A moment later it stnick the road Just ahead of the ma chine The four govcrnors in the CarWpfc Governor Hadley of Missouri Governor Sloane of Arizona Governor An sel of South Carolina and Governor I Wlllson of Kentucky Mrs Willsoh and Mrs Hadley were also in the car in addition to the driver They had been in Lexington and Fayette county also spending a good portion Of their t time at Elmendorf and Castleton When they started home and whea t just outside of Versailles they were struck by the storm Lightning was almost continuous and it played about the automobile from the time thejMett 1 Versailles until they reached Frank fort The governors say that it was tho O treachedhurt and not even wet as the cur JprotectedThe four governors met this week r to select the time and place for hblrt 1t Ing the conference of governors in November A program was niap k1r ped out end the visiting governors 1 left Frankfort for their homes j r1 BETTER GRADES OF 4 k o LEAF IN DEMAND I pithSales Show Tendency To Take Up i Good Tobaccos Hppkinsville Ky Reporting on the 7r Hopkinsvlllo tobacco market a broker J tLas this to say f Owing to small stocks of leaf sam pling and sales show considerable i falling off sales amounting to about 4 0 lliO hhds This was about aUlcnfaslugs and low leaf are not In asmucn v b i demand as the better grades lf leaf Quotations for the week range as I j follows TugsToWG to 650 common a r TC50 to 1750 medium JTISO to JSJO r ood JS60 to J9 LearL9w 85G to J950 commeli l 4 Ii f 10 tOlUiO medium 12 to 1350l ood 14 to 1550 ii 1 4 r t 1 a 4 FESTAL WEEK t1 lO Famous Old Nazareth Attended br qtMany Former1 PUPilS a ynde old Southern aca emy NazaretK anlithOj90th e thoolCasloM which brought to 8b xtetltution nuiBorqTis vitfjn th i our COlJerso the UnitedStatc efe Ii I entucky and the far J1Jth7j The exercises pf the week were opened by the presidentlof beAunae assoclatibn Mrs D prPhlJlps PrNashville Tenn who made rie10guent address of greeting ip tienlni 1 mater and the wpm n In attendance v was foflowcdby the aluninaeady 7J ress delivered by Miss Geary orfhexlngtfm Reports rere made from the ranchalumnae In LexIngton Jovingtbh 4lUnion county an Tthe Presentation academy fxjulsville All these recqrd pd active work and interest 1CURTISS iClips QulckStf i Louisvilla Kyi Before acrovdoV more than 10000 persons Glenn H CrUss broke his own worlds record d jNomththe machine to start it wastour and onefifth seconds until the aviator Jet the ground His previous record was five and onetfthsEcoitlsSThe first eight of p racticalaenMati ics that the great crowd of spectators witnessed took place rwhen Dud 2 Mars CurtlEs associate attempted to makea flight la his macbinehGSt itimethan 20 ol30feetobuihls maChine tUmesashalf a mile over a graBstfteldiColumbus OMaj K yv Meiibher of the United States axy won the cup offered by cloy Harmon for oW i cers charges In the Columtfns hbraa show Connoisseur a beamiful chert fstnut saddler owned by Langhorh Tabb Anderson j t MaysylUp Ky captbred wo blue ribbons whe ridden by JUr Anderson and by Miss Ellen Rasmu ecu of Chicago f i Ixuisvllie KyThe balloon ten IWStennial piloted by IL Eugsne ipney well and William F Amman contcstv ing for the Lahm cup passed vee ii three points In Kentucky Shepherd sville Richmond and rvtnc It was headed eastward and vat ftigoing at a gpbd rate ofVspeooU jyhea 5it passed over Shephardaville miles southeast of IjouIsVillc it Va t 3COQ feet high and a note was lrop lied by the two men in the baslietJ The Centennial Is owned byIAero club of Sfc Louis It started ba Its Journey last weekr i Frankfort Ky Oov Illchsrd Sloani of Arizona secretary of thej Cpnfei ence of Governors was in Frankfort 1 this week to attend the raeetln TJi the committee selected to choose the time and place for holding and ip f Hng out a program for the next Com Terence of Governors vSCovlngton KyA B flinute pt Bdona county defeated pilllnn clooch ot Ktnton county In the w congressional primary in theiSlxti district by a de slve fvote vote was polled l YT 2 fb i t b 1 t tvVlNG8VILLE OUTLOOK 4PUULISIIED WEEKLYPi OWINGSVILLE KYI I Entered according to Act of Congress at the Owingsville S Ky Postofiicc as secondclass inatteryoTHE OUTLOOKS subscription rates are as follows 1 One year One Dollar 4 Six r mon ths SIX t Cents Three nonthsThirtyfive Cents fC c No commissions allowed any f body on subscriptions I 1 Subscribers desiring a change tof address should give previous address when writing Correspondents should always get their items to us not later jthan Monday if possible when stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper News matter of general inter testis welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in serted t t f f Advertisers wishing a chang r i or discontinuance of ad should 0tIluPtt i W THURSDAY JUNE 23 1910 A Cy kANNOUNCEMENTS4 v to 1Weare authorized to announce Will J Fields of Carter county H r as a candidate for Congress in f l theNinth district of Kentucky RjoI We are authorized to announce S Archimedes Dickerson as acaJI r 4dida for Circuit Court Clerk ofa Bath County subject to the ac I it tion of the Democratic party t 1N THE earth didnt tip up nor I i l 4Manbatthn island sink percepti ti tbly when Teddy landed Saturday1 I j Tim unexpected has happened again Teddy did nothing sen s isaUonal oft hiS first twa days ashoreI t 4 j CANTRILL and Thom sare hav c ijaihjgh old time for the Den 1 t ocratic Con csuma1 nomination4 eti S i ja the 7th districtrI f r ti JEFJPERSON and some other fcwnties have brought separate t suits to test legality of the 1rciStalses1bv the State Board ef sE gutjpn 1wishi 1i t ansugfess a THE Bryan men irt Nebraska are circulating petitions among J Democrat and men of all partiesr t in that State asking Bryan to Jhin for United States Senator That might be just what Bryanv J f j iepTHOSE who can enjoy seeing J t two great overgrown human rauloB kick and batereach other t iouitjof shape will have an oppor I ti nity to withers that revolting r l rtaaLGoldfield1oIeada on 1uly4 1JackJohnsonhofr 1 eo4orand haNw MEXICO and Arizona 11c r 4 Sbcoine States of the Union in a 1 i hort time adding two more rsl 1 j humfcip 1 i re 0 jMuning territory out of which to 4 f Mec States unless by some means1 H Perlb Rico the Philippines ar y tr f tfce HaaiianIslandsarebroug1 Jt icfer the constitution The Dem 7 t v 4 V erjts rather confidently count f cj four United States Senators newStateSao cCORRESPONDENCE0 1 0W9mlng Vv IGeb Bradleybooghta horse of a f t of Batavi a t1JY 1l1keBedrickjrl parents and 4 k I tt + Lexing tf ojo toil iMt w ekahd was accpmpan l il r id bck by his niece Mrs Fric JV t ij ofFalrnouth forafewdays VISit jl wbercouin Mn WSReevest f Ji Jbhmli Vice was in week9nbusmessIIt 1 t Mrs EUiabethJntonofK n rt1r1E yers a ad l t k 7 bec4v i etaga1n1 l UpperPricklyAsh C e ve8wifeandqaughy1ft i ii t wr jnJMtspf Alfred Carter and l IniySunday i C A Lyter and Miss DollieL ti rl Wner spent Tuesday of last Hamlltonr5Mis Emma D Namilt n accom spendOYit 1 tot5 foot Btritii H miltriwifeand toi Id i Nellie Neal of Roi s i PJl YH td H A Lyter a 2r1ff ii wN cidy Itweek hlio ne Anckrson andwife of CSjCJ i J di i t d oh ltt 1 Cj tJr t1J LiF J f o ifjZ i JifJ f t1oji ftir 1J f 1jr1tr 1i 3a 1 f fc tjl1 h F t rtiKt t1C Y I J IJNit iJ i y U4 t Ir S 1 l J11 If J ltl s l j Misses Dollie L Warner and Emma D Hamilton spent from turday till Monday with Mrs erce Goodpaster in Owings villeIJohn Oakleyof Roes Run vis ited his son Robert and family Su ndayIwas a unghorse a few days ago when it became unruly and fell with him and broke a bone in his foot which was very painful for sev nidaysRussell S Sundaynoldsville bhorburno Congratulations are extended to Mr and Mrs W G Smith nee Minerva Ricketts Scott Harry Hornbacks daughter lost the sight of her right eye from a pain which first affected her left eye Born June 7 to Taylor Mar shall and wife a son Mrs Sallie Wilson and Mrs J Daugherty were in Flemingsburg Wednesday For o Hill Roy Wright and James Fawns ho joined the U S army at Co mbus 0 in January spent the ten days with home folks returning to their post Monday visitingherHillsboro Little Miss Christine Barber spent the past two weeks with her grandparents Clark Thomp son and wife at Ringos Lillian the baby daughter of ichard Bailey is recovering from a severe illness Miss Alma Goodpaster visited at her grandfather J B CoYle last week Robert Otis and family spent Saturday and Sunday with James Robbins on Flat Creek Pebble Wchadsome very warm days the past weekiThe tobacco is about all set out in this vicinity Sunday Thos Miller and family of Bat tIe Run visited the latters father Park Hornback Sunday Elmer Maddox seems to begetting weaker Nelson Maddoxand familySin nett Garner and wife Sam Rob ertssand family Jess and femiiyralfpir nearOwingsville visifedthe family of James Gar ner Saturday and Sunday Sam Beard and wife of near Moorefield visited AT Hendrix Sunday StOOPS Wheat harvest will begin earl r this year than usual The grass seed crop waSaf i- lureThe total amount in this section was 150 bushels Last year it was 15000 The editor of THE OUTLOOK would never have known how wexehadon him to stop Henry Orme pf near Mt Ster p tyhoidBigstaff Cockrell sold to 6 C McDonald 85 head of cattle at 7c per pound ofITnear were here yVednesday and Thursday The press report stating that the Governor of California had Jdacksonworld would be better off if Jeff and Jack were two good farm handsMrs Harrison Conn was able tobe brought home from Little Rock last week Mrs fl L Goodan continues dangerouslyilL Word was received here last week that Miller McGlain had MundeBelated summer has got here and we fear its going to be too good Ed Toy and wife of Sideview visited the famllyofDLGaod 1 anSunday John Qakleyof Roes Run visited relatives here Sunday and Monday The baby of Mrs Mary Foley is very sick- ForrestHenson of Flat Greek is very ill with typhoid fever Mrs Jake Dragoo of Mt Ste r ling was a visitor here Saturday and Sunday i crowdattendedth Saturday nightfLast Wednesday afternoon this section was visited by the most severe hailstorms ever knoWn Lo strike herO Corn and tobacco Were literally beaten to piece and hundreds of young turkeys werekilled jfi15 144 ftif1i i 4J a f r I Olymnia retativesurday Miss Annie McGlossonof More head is visiting her aunt Miss Clell McGIosson Mrs Henry Daniel and chil visitingtiJamescalled on friends here Sunday Miss Naomi Clark is visiting WlateMrs Elizabeth Williams andI dLizzieFriday until MondaySMisses Preston were the guests of Miss May Swarts Saturday and Sun day Mrs Kate Costigan and Miss Anna Shultz were at Salt Lick one dry last week Mrs Ed Willoughby of Mt Sterling is the guest of her father Charles McGlothlin Elder N C Carpenter took in 1865 Monday night with the scenes of the Life of Christ He SChurchvery muchIStepstone PricklyAshCatlettsburg spent Saturday night with Buck Conner and fam ilyMrs J M Steele has been very sick Mrs Ella Donohew and littidson Raymond of Mt visited friends and relatives here last week i SngLightning killed Tode Dono hews fine mare Wednesday night of last week and also a colt for J M SteeleaF A McQuithy and wife spent JonnMcQuithy Uncle John Karrick is poorly again Owingsvilleyisit 3 Sunday Misses Eliza Maxey and Ruth Evans spent Friday night in Mt Sterling s QwfngsVi1May Ragan tdayShe was the widow of Jack Sxit tIe She had been sick for sev eral years She leaves three chil dren all married Mesdames W B Henry Chas and Jas Conley and many friends to mourn their loss Granco City Aaron Cooper was at the bedside of his mother Mrs Eliza bwhoMrs A D Rawlings returned borne last week after a visit of two weeks to relatives in Louis- vIlle and Frankfort MissAlma Denton of Owings ville is the guest of her cousin Miss Era Havens Carlos Colliver left Friday to visit relatives at Frankfort Misses Grace and Era Storey y1assuppr Newman here Saturday night June 25 herelastMiss May Vice of Okla visit ed relatives here last week Maenella Call of Hillsbord J is raEdenDelayed Samuel Walton is some better T R Ratliff and Marion Story were in Cincinnati last week idlastNewton Johns returned last week from Martinsville Ind his health much Mrs Belle improvedI ter was the bedside of her father Samuel Walton s Miss Alice Miller and Dan W Doggett of Owingsville were guests of Miss Sallie Estill from Saturday until Monday jCrookSBorn June 19 to Nesbitt Sat terfield and wile a boy Morton Holland of Madison county is visiting relatives here Charlie Scott is visiting his mother Mrs Julia Vice in Nicholas county N C Carpenter closed hisI flsos j day m lL wa s a great treat to our people I a ji 1 i IL Sam Lathram shipped a carload of hogs and one of cattle to Cincinnati Wednesday Married June 16 D S Nixoni of Preston and Mrs Dallas Ga neroof Mt Sterling Elder N C C e inmonyand happinessiSome farmers are not done setsng tobacco yet on account ofcscarcity of plants daughIIWill Steele and wife of Flat visitedrelatives here Sun aysWe had a rain and some hail Will Warner visited his parents at Salt Lick Saturday and Sun d aytFarmers are behind with their work on account of rain Willson Hendrix shipped a doubledeck carload of sheep Friday Will Nixon was in Midland Sat urday Miss Mary Swarts of Olympia visited friends here Saturday and accompaniedhome Slate VolleytMisses Ollie and Sallie Fannie Lathram of Flat Creek are vis sting relatives and friends here plentiful gy will have to quit the road Dee Rudder and family visited Mrs Rs parents A 1C Coyle tayMrs Alma Toy of Roes Run was the guest of her aunts Mrs StamperSaturday Corn is late but looks well Godhasnd harvest should never fail nd in another place he tells us wheelIfneed not feartMrs James Snedegar and fam ButlerToy weekcThe weather is very hot and some very hard electrical storms and destructive hail have occurred in some places Elder Carpenter filled his ap nightIteresting and instructive an c end to edify the church It is said there is more black communitythan in the county The editor and his family had a fine trip through Florida and he gave us a very interesting halwayswinter but the description our editor gave makes me more anx us to see the place- ADDITIONAL LOCALS weddingthatmany friends of each of the contracting parties was that of Ex Jailer D Samuel Nixon of Preston and Mrs Dallas Garner wid ow of Geo Garner at the home of the bride in Mt Sterling Wed nesday night June 15 Elder perfometheThe bride is a daughter a f Christian Shultz deceased and Sterlingforchildren Chris Garner of Slate Valley and Mrs Parker of Fayette county She and Mr Nixon were playmates and attended school togethe in childhood Mr Nixon is a farmer and is widely known having been in politics in former y ars and hav ing served one term as Jailer of Bath county 1889 to 1893 He has four children William Mrs Tadge Gilbert Bevery D Crow and Randolph Jink He has a host of friendsand wellwishers afiW whom rejoice in his matri monial happiness TIrE OUTLOOK joins in congratulations to Mr and Mrs Nixon FOR CIRCUIT CLERK Else where Kim Dickerson is announc ed as a candidate for the Demo cratic nomination for Circuit countyMrthriftypro- pemus farmer who until the fir year when he removed ta the Lacy place at the edge of Owingsville had resided nearReynoldsville He is a firstclass citizen and is esteemed wherever knows He is Democrat an d he respectfully asks his fellow Democrats to support iris candi dacy AT OLYMPIAN SPRINGS State organization of insurance agents met at Olympian Springs last week This week the Ky Pharmaceutical Association will hold its meeting there Jeff tAtchison boughtthirty two 625lb heifers at 5 off the bunch at lIt Sterling Monday t L r Gk ioi d n 7 04 1 r4 U h G CLLdburt having absented himself at the present term in search forTnealth and the Governor of Commonwealth having commis sioned Hon W S Guclgellof Ow gsville as Special Judge to hold our June term 1910 of the 1aidn dowof said term of Court and the enttire bar having assembled in C jtiuinj juoii ciiird wiu noon ut the said Gudgell was thereuporr asked to vacate the hort period of time that this bar might inaugurate a mode of re t thanks to I J tudgeces as such whereupon Judge J Clark was requested to take he chair and after expressions from members of the bar of their deep appreciation of the way in which the Special Judge of this Court has treated the members of this bar and conducted the business of the Court the bar appointed Judges J W RileyB S Wilson and William A Young to draft resolutions of thanks for the able and efficient manner in IIwhichhad presided as Special Judge of his bar Said Committee offered he following resolutions Resolved that we the members of the Morehead bar take this inadequate method of expressing our thanks to Hon W S Gudgell of Owingsville Kentuckyfor the able efficient and fair way in which he has presided as our Circuit Judge for the present term off this Court We especially him for his consideration his painstaking with ever member of this bar and can sa to him that it is the unanimous opinion of every member of thiibar that a more able fair and magnificent judge never graced the judicial bench within our gates We have done a large amount of business at this term of Court jandconnected with it in presenting he pleadings of our clients before fearless honest and upright judge We recommend that these eeding together with this resi olutione spread upon the book of this Court Resolvd that an attestedcop of these proceedings be presented to Judge Gudgell and a copy each to THE OWINGSVILLE OUT LOOK and the two Morehead papers all pf which is respectfully reported These resolutions were unanimously adoptedI A YO rNGIi B S k J W RILEYi JE CLARKE Chairman A balloon was seen going east over town Sunday afternoon Ajsontxvas born to Robert Ba- Le t if and wife east of town th week- FOUND MEXICAN DOLLAR W S Phelps while plowing in a field on A W Bascoms farm west of town Wednesday of last week found a bright Mexican dollar of 1874 sticking to a clod AACQUITTED Mart Smith of color was tried in Judge A NT Crooks Court Thursday on the charge of robbing Daniel Palm- ers meathouse near Reynolds ville Smith was acquitted FASHI0NThI e fashion of shaving off thebeard and mustache has become the fad among some of our staid citizens and telephone calls for ejectfromtruders who assume familiar airs about the premises are liable to occur FOURPOUND BULLFROGS J Add Power writes to his father bigtimehuntingsquirrels He also says he is catching bull poundHee S phine Moores will return home this week a ASPIRANTS TO CONGRESS ofGreenupof Robertson and 0 F Byron of Boyd are all mentioned as can didates for the Republican nomination for Congress in this dis trictThe Democratic aspirants are Underfciams of Boyd and C W Math ers of Nicholas A SERIES OF STEREOPTICON urgedtohear ChristbyMonday night June 27 Chestnut Wyominge Valley 2 Salt Lick 10 By the aid cf the stereopticon picturesTheLords cred Songs will be illustrated TO defray the expenses of his series of exercises you are kindly asked to bring contribuyion of I5c X tt Ih 4 I Commissioners SaleI BATh CIRCUIT COURT hos S Shrout Plaintiff versus Mrs Olive Williamson Deft By virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered in the Bath Circuit Court at its May term 910 thereof in the above cause the undersigned will on the 11th ay of JULY 1910 at 1 oclock m or thereabout being Coun y Court day proceed to offer or sale at public auction to the highest bidder on a credit of six months at the Courthouse door t phejudgment towit A parcel of real estate lying in he town of Olympia Bath Coun y Kyand bounded as followsc c toenterE 1288 poles to a stake thence t nhencestake thence S 801 W 137o c p 2ontainingc r lailroadof land was conveyed to defend fdatedBBath65 page 498 The said land is boundedas follows On the north by the line of 0 P Thresher on the east by the Swartz on the south by the C 0 Railroad and on the west by the Wickliffe heirs Said sale will be made to satisfy plaintiffs debt interest and costs which on day of sale will aggregate 10498 7t bocurity to the undersigned Master Commissioner bearin 6 per cento tsaleplaintiffAndrdefendant for all in excess of plaintiffs debt interest and costs force and effect of a judgment The purchase price ttybe prepared to comply with these terms D W DOGGETT M C B C G H S Goodpaster Attorneya GOMMISSIONHRR 8ALH BATH CIRCUIT COURT Eliza Page etej Plaintiffs versus Notice of Sale DeftsByorder of sale rendered in the Bath Circuit Court at its May term 1910 thereof in the othesioner will on the 11th of JULY 1910at1 oclockprrior thereabout being County Court day proceed to offer for sale at public auction to the highest bid der on a credit of six monthS at the Courthouse door in the town yofty mentioned in the judgment towit A certain tract or parcel of land lying in Bath County KYI on the waters of Licking and bounded and rivera follows Beginning at a stone in the line of the Rose Iron Company it figure 1 on plat B filed herein a corner to Snedegar Bros thence N 17iE 1054 poles to 2 corner with same thence N 606 poles to 3 corner to same thence N 8J E 12218 poles to 4 corner to same and Barber thence Jwith Barbers N 71 W 18 78 poles tokto a redbud thence S 34i W poles to 6 to an ash tree thence N 78 W 5763 poles to double mulberry and hickory hence S 32f W 2163 poles io8 a stake thence S 11 J E 2645 poles to 9 withIes 80 to 10 to stake thence S 68iE 236 poles to l1a wahuuVtree thence S 88 E 13 03 poles to 12 a stake thence S 80 E 539 poles to 13a polestopoles to 15 a hickory thence S 23 W 1527 poles to 16 a stone thence S J E 2003 poles to 17 a stake in the center of a branch thence S 222 W 1239 poles to 18 a stake thence S i W 630 poles to 19a stake thence S 32i W 1175 poles to 20 a stone corner to the Rose Iron Co thence with the line cf the said 57polesS 6SE 3109 poles to the be ginning and containing 5085 acres The said tract of land will be bedividedpairing its value The purchaser of said property will be required to give bond with approved security foil the moneyto interestfromlaw Bidders will be required to comply with these terms A lien will be retained On the land sold paidBond signed Master Commissioner CJJNesbittAtty SubscribeforTuE OUTLOOK J j r i llt l J J I Commissioners Sa1f J BATH CIRCUIT COURT A S Roberson T B Vice v Plaintiffs versus John Riley Gray Nancy Alice Gray Defendants or andder t Circuit Court at its May term 1910 in the abovestyled case the undersigned Master Commission er will sell at public outcry to the highest bidder at the Court house door in Owingsville Bath County Ky at about one oclock m on MONDAY JULY 11th 910 it being County Court day the property mentioned in theajudgment towit A tract of land lying in Bath Ky andboundedasfol ws On the south by the land aylor Grain on the east by thealand of James UoeGray on the orth by the of James Ste 1hens on the west by the lands f James Stevehs containing 5 acres more or less and is the ame land conveyed to JamesRi ey Gray by his father William GraySaid sale will be made to satis y the debt interest and costs of plaintiffs AS RobertsonanclTilVice and 0 r c and costs of TS Shrout which on day of sale will agcre i tgaththesumof360A7 Saidpar cl of land will bl sold asa whole las it cannot be divided without materially injuring1 ltd value The sale will be male on a cred it of six months forthe purchase price The purchaser re quired to execute a sale bond i with good surety payable the un dersigned Master Commissioner 6 per cent interest per nnum from day of sale until aid having the force and effect f a judgment for the debt in and costs of the plaintiffs a i nd T S Shrout and should the proceeds of sale exceed the ag gregate amount of the debts in n terest and costs of th plaiutiFs and T S Shrout the Cqmiois sioner will take a bond with good if5l a surety for suchexcess payable C o the defendant Johh nUeyt 4 t bearing 6 per cent inter o7 4 est per annum from date until pnl dtThe purchaseprice will remain j i lien on the property until jtis At ipaid c r DWDOGGETr MCBC C a W Goodpas tel Attorneys i ir FOR SALEA nice bou eandJi r otin to of SaltLickKyiibr5 larJeroomsfiituateti in the heart of the town near the Chris tian Church Will sell worth the oJ money one down balance n 2years time Known as the ftDickJohnsonproperty For par t write or call on Kimbrell bQxt44 Salt Li kX Rotice Poullrij JEaisers Now is the time of year to feed our fowls a good tonic R4ia44 i cures Cholera Rpup Urn berneckand Canker Whim fed as a preventive it not only keeps them healthy but makes th lay Price 50cnocure no pay a Guaranfeed by S ft THOMPSON Co Owingsville Ky Try it under the guarantee Ask for booklet on diseases of poultry 455 Si t y y LIGHT YOUR HOME tt WITHTHB t DAYTONIA J Acetylene Oas Qenerator4 better safer and cheaper thanFkerosene gasoline or coal gas a nearest approach to sunlight most delicate shades can be easily and accurately distin guished t Well and CisternPumpsypipe fittings the Ferry pneu i- nlatic water system and plumb ing goods Oscar Pal mer Owingsville Ky J Subscribe for Trir OuTLoOK 4 1 a