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J 0 4 r M w q IifIIIl r In T f 0 i- jr wi1f t JJt minille r ilaoL 1 J r S Ii 1VOL XXXI OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JUNE 30 1910 NO 6 1 J Newest styles in boys suits at L D BROTHERS Look at L D Brothers line ofIladies and gents oxfords f jrmick mowers 10 to 50 oi 60tf J R BROTHER 1 Corn meal for sale Apply to 43tf ESTILL HONAKER b Misses and childrens oxfords V iat L D BROTHERS l Mound City paints wear longest and look best T M PERRY Co I A 25 suit for 1748 cash l PUNCH GRAVES Mt Sterling Ky ft 1 All the new shapes inStet59nI and Swan hats attLv Great semiannual sacrifice sale 1 at PUNCH GRAVES I Mt Sterling Ky The tobacco crop is practically ji transplanted and replanting is goingonp20 suits cut to 1428 1 PUNCH GRAVES Mt Sterling Ky Atenpound son was born toiMr and Mrs George A oI Wednesday June 22 All mens furnishings at cut prices PUNCH GRAVES I ilW Mt Sterling Ky f I A girl baby was born asttfit r 1 Thursday to Russell Shrout wife of dipper Prickly Ash neigh borhood i Several rebuilt McCormick and tJ mowers in good cutting or cter for sale 50tf J RBROTHERc Bth Lodge No55F A s H held a meeting on St Johns L ray Jane 34 and also enjoyed a ebuIClaeontDont miss the opportunity to i buy one of the mowers iferaaleby i cJ otf to T 0000 BROTHER Jyi4zt11r Power bought Austin ts half in a grow A 1 =erop f about eight acres of s ferJUL aA tOf Iertechets who took Oerer J cadftethirdclasS certifi catN 1 THE OUTLOOK extends it pro found sympathy to D L Goodan d andfamily of Stoops in the ui of aoobk and wife andAl TH IiMlie of Mt Pleasant M t Ci on lower Flat Creek 4 will ivE abox supper at the S cur h saturday night July 2 5051 The new pearlgray and stone j cafe ia young mens clothing wtbftatstomatchare the IatI et See them at Lee D I V eia 44tf 1 IJITflDAY PARTY JohnK 1 i Richards daughter Susan enterI SaturdayqbirthdaY anniversary se Sf Fop Salerhaye two Climax barber a 5foot mirror- for sate cheap Write to 1eatl SitLick Ky at once E C KlMBRELL NOTICE W D Burns has of op od a barber shop in MtSter llflf two doors below Whites drgoie Shave be haircut 25c1EverytlIlDg new and clean can and ehim 501 DlscOUNTTSArOutlhM80 iandiawlf in order to reduce o i his iWckMwiUseU them for a discount of 5 and 10 on SI eahbgyafter July 1 Come seems buggies if you want t oeqCailjc credit 51t k To COITVcToRsThe Bath t r County Botrd of Education will reetfT sealed bids for building is aeh6 Mat Bald Eagle and SGadgell Hill Yale and Mouth of M up till J y2 Biddfirs can ese ificationsat tHe effice of the County Superintend p l tbeiichttHft CARP OF TkANKS To the r f and neighbors of Bath c awl J counties who O dunngtMIUMOIthei r r therweeCpreNourHKtfeJt A rf their deeds we shall always t cherish Df L GOO DAK AND FAMILY ii Stoops Ky c W jtt 4 iS 4 y v f bI e VV Vr rr4 L4o SI I 1b PERSONAL Rev Henry C Martin am1 fror4DistrictLick Royse Allen and wife of Mil lersburg visited the latters mother Mrs Lou Hughes theIpast week Rev J M Fuqua and wife of Nicholasville came Monday to be guests of Miss May Daugh erty this week Mrs A H Dawson returned home from the hospital at Lex ington Friday and is getting along nicely- E ABashfordvisitedbissis terinlaw Mrs Eliza Harris Sunday and she returned home with him to Peebles Ohio Fridayforaparents Thos JVlcClintock and wife at Millersburg Mrs S S Pinney and four children of Mt Sterling are visit MajorJMrs Josephine Moores of Un on Mrs W W Power andson Add returnedSunday from a trip to Georgetown 111 and Marshall MoiMrs Mattie Mark has returned from Mt Sterling and has accep ed a position as assistant opera or at the Bath Home Telephone Exchange E T Jackson and sister Miss i Annie Jackson of New YorklCity Skillman Wheatley and Margaret Shryock of Lexington are stopping at the Olympian MayShroutFridayMissAnnie son was gtaduated at Hamilton College Lexington in the same class with Miss May Shrout ih 1906 and this is their first meet ng since their graduation A gentle rain fell Tuesday The weather was blistering hot last wee- kCornfois4 Apply to John 2250 suits ut to 1648 PukcH GRAVES tSterlingK LICENSED TO WED Caleb Wil 1iamSsn jf John Williams and Lillie McCf rty daughter of Dick McCarty upper Licking river Albert jGoldy and Iva Maze of Salt Lick section SOLD r y Scott Sr has somhisreside lce property a part of the Andy mbQpRcer to Mrs Emily possessiongiyeriS CARD OF THANKS We tender our earnest thanks tothe friends who helped us with kindness and sympathyon the decease of our dear father Moses Fitzpatrick THE CHILDREN WHEAT HAiArESTThe har vesting of the wheat crop corn menced this week The quality goodbutcrop is regarded as not up to an avererage CoMPETlTIVEEXAMINAlIONL The etitiveexamination for appointment as beneficiaries to- the State University will be held at the County Superintendents office on Saturday July 9 1910 LEONARD CASSITY Supt CARD OF THANKS We desire to extend bur heartfelt thanks freelygivenkindly ministrations during our recent sickness and sorrow occa sioned by the death of ourloving mother Nancy Ann Suttell THE CHILDREN IMPROVEMEN T s A stonecrossing on Water street at The sidetgroundA willbeSTABLE BURNED About 1230 oclock Tuesday morning June ofClydeByrons S Shrout and rented to Thomas Allen and Oil Snedegar was dis covered to beon fire Jack Con yers got there in time to save his horse saddle and harness but bad a little hay and corn con Snedegarlostaload also a sow and five or six 40lb shoats The fire started in the hayloft T S Shrout had 150 insurance oij the stable 5ji 7 IfL j Ti l i J iiIt i r ji7p tt HENRY WILLS DEATIIHen- ry Wills one of the most prominent old citizens of Salt Lickdied about 3 oclock a m Wednesday Tune 22 and was buried Thurs vay at 11 oclock a m at the Lower Salt Lick cemetery He was aged about 82 years and had been confined with illness for a long time He was a farmer and contractor and builder in his active years He was an ardent Republican and was looked to as communityenjoying pie His wife died 3 or4 years ago Of his family there survive Greer daughtersWesley of Camargo Mrs Effie Gorman of Mt Sterling B F of Covington Dutch of More head John at home and Mrs E1ochWillssurviving brotherR- ESOLUTIONS Salt Lic k Lodge No 682 F A M Salt Lick Ky June 23 1910 The solemn notes that betoken the dissolution of this earthly tabernacle has again alarmedour outer door and another spirit has been summoned to that land where our fathers have gone before us Just before the dawn June 22 1910 the Grand Arch- tectof the Universe called from midst Brother Henry Wills Therefore be it Resolved that by his death our lodge has lost an honored Mason who was a charter member andI the first master of our lodge that family has lost a kina and loving father the community anI honest and upright manIHis every day life and details thereof bespeak for him an abun dant entrance into the chamber of the Master Resolved that we extend to the sympatbyinthis these expressions of our feelings- be recorded in the minutes of this lodge that a copy be trans mitted to his bereaved family and a copy sent to TILE OWINGS VILLE publicationSHERMAN AMLAmD JOHN P COLLIVER Coihmittee MOSES FIVZPATRICKS DEATH MoIt FUgpateicfc 330 oclock p m June 22 at the Eastern Kentucky Asyham Lex ington The body was brought here Thursday momingiaAd funeral services by Elder GW Mills at the home in the eastern suburb about two oclock p m The interment was made atthe Coyle burial ground on Washington Branch Deceased hadbeen in bad health for some years in fact he had been more or less afflicted from childhood Deceased was about 50 years old and was a native of Nelson county Va He came here some time in the early eighties and married Miss Laura Coyle daughter of Andrew K Coyle of Prick ly Ash creek Mrs Fitzpatrick died March 14 1910 Their two children sur vIe Hannah wife of Charles Snedegar and Earl wife of John Lowry both of this town Of Moses Fitzpatricks brothers and sisters there survive Mrs Nan nie Cutler of Charlottesville Va Oscar and Miss Sallie of Nelson county Va Mrs Louella wife of John B Honaker oft1uston yule Lincoln county Ky and William of near Springfield Ill inoisDeceased was an industrious farmer when his health permitted work Many friends sympathize with the bereaved ones in their sorrow POSTMASTERS MEETING ThJ annual district meeting of the thirdclass and fourthclass post masters will be held in the city of Lexington Kon Saturday July 16 1910 All postmasters requestedThe district is composed of the following counties Anderson Bath Boyle Bourbon Bracken Boyd Breathitt Casey Clark Carter Fayette Franklin Flem ing Garrard Grant Harrison Jessamine Lawrence Mercer Madison Mason Montgomery Nicholas Powell Pendletori Rob ertson Rowan and Scott JAMES A BARNES Pres PEARL C JAMES Sec CORRESPONDENTS PLEASE RE MEMBER Correspondents on ru ral routes will please remember to get their items to Saturday as the1Idcamers will not make their trips Monday that being the Fourth of July and a national holiday 18 suits cut to 1248 PUNCH GRAVES Mt Sterling Ky J j fXfJif ff f i DEDICATION TodgeNoSaturday July 2 1910 In the forenoon there will he a on the streets headed by the eelehruieiL WINCHESTER BRASS BAND Following thc parade addresses will be de livered by Grand Master I N Williams and Past Grand Masters W C G Hobbs and R G Elliott till of Lexington after which all Odd Fellows present will partake of a banquet in the Courthouse Numerous attractions have been secured for the Occasion Come everybody as a good time is assured COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS ESTILLTOwmcsviLLE OUTLOOK PRINT J W HUTCHESON INJURED Saturday night about 8 oclock Palmer Gudgell and Earl Thom son both youths were riding their bicycles east on Mains Palmer bantered Earl for a race to the crossing in front of Dr F P Gudgells home As they were speeding along Earl was looking at Palmer who was talking to him and Earl collided withJ W Hutcheson who was crossing the street south Mr Hutcheson was knocked down and had to be car ned home His 2njuries on his left side were severeand opiates w administered to relieve his intense suffering He is aged 73 years and will likely be confined to his bed for somfe weeks totnegioundIerably All womens misses and chil drens shoes pricesPUNCH MtSterling Ky BUGGY SALES The following persons have ought buggies of T S Shrout since May 9 Tilford Horseman A BSorrellC R Scott Ben Arnold B M Good paster n D Markland Frank HenryCunningham C T J Whitton W N Hawkins Charley Hornback Robert Royse J A Norris Sam Rogers Millard Staton T 8 Six Walter Hunt TonWells Sr Earl Grain Silas Corbin N P Reid J L Barber Felix Steele John W Gilmore Leslie McCormick Pat Toy Lacy Razor Roe Hart Earl MaxeyW T Warner J Clay Donan C T Curry G M Moody G W Kirk Dud Spencer J 550 StacyAdams shoes cut to 425 PUNCH GRAVES Mt Sterling Ky SCHOOL TEACHERS ELECTED The school trustees ofEducation 6rnethereSaturday teachers for the school districts mentionedS WashingtonBranch HarpersBI Miss Alice Miller Salt Well Kendalls SugarGroveMamie Foley principal and Owingsville 1250 suit cut to 848 10 suit cut to 748 PUNCH GRAVES vMtSterling Ky TheCWyard June 22 was one of the mOst gatherinp were about seventyfive ladies present Various games were played Provisions were super abundant and numerous persons not present were remembered by nice lunches sent them 5 suitcut to 398P- UNCH GRVVES KYISubscribe WARNING ABOUT FLIES In every town and locality in the State many people have failed to heed tbenumerouswarnings that have issued against flies Attention has been called to the fact that they are one of the most dangerous menaces to life and health with which mankind has to contend being responsible for a large proportion of all cases of typhoid fever and diarrhoeal diseases of infants and cases of tuberculosis diseases and other contagious ofldtinue their rk of destruction until housekeepers awaken to the fact and inaugurate a warfare that will resdj a their exterm- intion r d This can b accomplished deli requiresonlyFLIES BREED IN FILTH and in filth atoned Without filth there percent geIPrompt action at this time may prevent many deaths during the summer and fall and a re sp msibility rests all health offJers and other citizens n immediate and thorough cl aning of premises should be effected and further accumula tions of filth avoided Stable ma mire should be kept in vaults or oxes screened or covered or frequently sprinkled with lime or kerosene and should be removed at least once a week Garbage receptacles should be arefully covered and the con tents sprinkled with unslaked lime or oil- Privy vaults should be made flyproof and their contents frequently sprinkled with lime fortheflies every effort should be made to prevent them from entering the house orhavingaccess to milk or other foods especii in room should be screened shouldbethis effect should be enacted and enforcedFliesshou1d be especially kept away from the sick and if one is discovered in the sickroom it should be killed Excreta and urine from the sick shouldbecov erered with freshlimeforan hour and then buried People who have cleaned their demandIof any failures or refusals It is important to remem ber that no house is safe unless every other one for a mile around especiaUytoquarters The saving of life and suffer ing will amplyWepay for all the expenseEITHERMUST KILL THE FLY OR THE FLY WILL KILL THE MAN From the State Board of Health of Ken tucky 1 r 1 2 EUGENE MINIHANS is the best place to buy BUGGY ROBES and HORSE BLANKETS of all kinds His Handmade Saddles and Harness are the best and cheapest to buy none so good Has machinemade saddles and harness fall kinds cheap er than elsewhere VULCAN PLOWS AND PLOW POINTS always on hand Comeaflcflric1 IwiH save yo men ey I am yours for the best saddles and harness EUGENE MINIHAN owiNesvicu b r THEJACKETUSTOREIEverything j ONE PRICE TO ALL rj 39811Mensto Mens 225 patent shoes 198 Mens 3 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 shoes79cM- issesl 50pat oxfords L25 Misses 125 oxfords 1 98 Misses 98c oxfords 79 Boys 165 shoe 139- Boysl50 shoes 124 Childrens 756 shoes red to 60 Childrens 60c shoes red to 49 Mens 248 felt hats red to174 worth prices will from July i 7 t and every article is great Dont advantage these r CASH FOR r Ky a makes a 4 Statement Condition Dec 1909 Loans Overdrafts House real estate safe c 486823 Cash and due from Banks COALhave for sale at place on street Coal Lime at as low rates as any furnish these articles BOAZ i t Mens 198 felt hats red toL48ifMens 139 felt hats red to 10S hatsredtq98eMens Granite buckets worth SOc reducedto3geGra- mtedish pans worth SOc rj reduced to 39c Graniteteakettles worth SOc reduced to 39c Granite teakettles worth tOe reduced to 50c Granite chambers worth 40c reduced to 30c Granite worth 25c reduced to 19c Granite pans worth 25cre lk 4 Granite dippers 10c lreduced to 2 for 15c f Granite and coffee pots worth 40c reduced to 3Oc The above reduced continue June 18 to 1 mentioned a bargain fail to take ii lJ of prices- HIGHEST PRICE PAID EGGS J R MAXEY Owtowville ro L D BROTHER l specialty of young mens clothing shoes and hatsLOwingsville Banking CompayiD1 of 31 I i J RESOURCES 11262972 904501 Banking 4613143 17267439 I my Jefferson one can AUSTIN chambers tea if LIABILITIES v Capital Stock 3000600 Surplus 323i37 0 J Profits 571845 Due to Banks 849095 Deposits 13023362 17267439 ITotalSaltSand Cem- entBRICK 1YkS MARBLE AND GR NITE Monumentb Tombstones and Markers 1 have an upto date stock aad am in a position to lIakepri tright Barre the celebrated silver grey m b1eaLspecialty See me before buy ing A C ARKLAND f r d 4W I h ifi rJ 1 i 4 b ivc TAFT HSNT THE SWELLED HED iMADE CONGRESS SEE THINGS HIS c WAY WITHOUT RESORTING I JO THREATS iM SENT MANY CONGRATULATIONS j Remarkable Record of Legislator jJr 5 Which He Persuaded Congress ic iI Make a t the Session Just Closec j f Cause of Receipt of Felicitations r Washington Althoufih Providencej bestowed upon William H Taft a r head piece of goodly proportions run Il Ip keeping with his stature and n unusual amount of avoirdupois there was no sign of the swell head about Vr i the president though there seemed to i be ample justification for it Jt So many congratulations have boon tshowered upon him because of the reo WhichoJpersuaded congress to make at theI a 1j session just closed that It reminded j him of the felicitations he received lv lullOn his election in November 190S 4 1 1 tt accomplished same without re c to threats jSf ri HUGHES DECLINES TO RUN t Says NothlrlgCould Induce Him ImAccept Nomination for Gover nor of New York l kiid Albany N YhI am going to Wash j14 ington for life Thlssbtmcnt made by Gov t Hughes to his friends here it Is be tI lieved will be his ultimatum to Col j Roosevelt If the former nc tlIAlbanycbe a reafllrmatlon of the ccovernol repeated declarations that 4 nothing could induce him to run t Sgtiin and that he purposes as he has t jI q Announced to retire in October and tfevofo the remainder of his career toI4 7lntrpretlng law on the United States4 supreme bench f 1 Repeatedly since the legislature has i chocked to deathbllls on the appmvce F t of which he had sot his heart gov 44i Seror has been besought by friends It 41 to resign the post to which President 4 Taft appointed him and employ f tetkirdteim threat as a club to ham t t it j Mf them through 4 1 l ft t Iti i 3ls 4 TO PUT ACT INTO EFFECT I bti i v s t WaBhIngteBTlInder the terms ofi 9 4 fXko jmstal savings bank act which I c t u been 1j1mved 1 the presidentij3Tth beard otrtruatees which tripl this nongovernmental xnonetary yi 7li1d utuPOl1 cttL soon begk workftp t Jl PO Its stocamthe11 0 ief ei When the plan la putJntoopfJo s t sklomiho law provlde tnat any persc 1 9 years or aver ttaayitipea an accot xWith the goveraeir In a tPotlmce dt1Tc c asa postal savlmgs tjeposltory Misf 1 1Tied women may maintain aceoun g s tkE r OWBI1Itae free trpni the c i li o ter erence bt their hnsv t- but ko person is permitted tok teye revtfeaB oaeiaccount Deposits 1rit liaybe awdeMeuBW ot not less than I lJi iSlJr iJaulUpiea thereof but not for r rf HaIQ In lilY one calendar j ocith t rvr JT- DtPARTMENT CHANGES 1 4 J asilagtbBrSoHieihlng batdrop I ce tutbe Agricultural department r OItct 1IJ I rr 1tJt lispluOUIr18Dr Har lbL veT W Wne1i Chief tthe B reauot- t I flO1wfiittryiIexf to tha Ohemlstrv Bu- 01 mujtketoroe jstihe thing Js felt rapst ot V ItJitkFO Serfice of irlilch 6lf V t 1 wit Pincfeot wbo iiras dlisBiiswBd by vv I ererjOttM PreMeit several moat- 115 M It ewi toy a beg tetheheadThe p ItltIiJUre 41 lsatreet at r 111 of the depart f t c ntsiaiaeeat4ookingsenteni e j itv 0 t irrttiwi lteta asricultural app 10 Wpy v 1 E tr1t 1I UIZrthe legal work ot Pt i F iurt ofrrlcnIture Bhallbe fYrIM NP UwUr the 88penolAlon and 4 2 Iveaot the iBoHciton J 1l 14i Tvti1 s 4 f J ILS CHIEI OF FOLlCE 4yr r s 7 r SoeliI CsH W Soetwtek who i th i aeMMre1aOceUauttakott fr t W thL tawiMv Wkea Chief of Police i 4 1eoI XcIanI aJChlefJ + T6e tr BMW weat to e letit 1 h l tofjii iaUy wiundbig BM He is ii tjM auae and ddes a r 11fi renorGovErewna2BlUto 11fi 1 eetny I oa the way tp the t a of dbicmJer to aid the therirat fBMC i la cavtvriag tWtcltr J lkl 41 FaxfckA JiI of i1 r t Irai IsaWtde toward a ro 1 M8 x to be levreMf t ILad 3 La IW rCA 3 taet baibeea iuue4 call IaC t1oj eeM1ia t tIeaaity o the i tltr s r 1rr Jt aMiqatiMeeiat Itlte a CJ a1Y LkIa 7Twe weekaJR18 Ye tlYh iff 1rte tiat ractag term- bef Iir tile 8Ct teraIaaI 1aKe trt 1 J j foJ kytbegIaiUaa fallI tImeIr 8ep Iot t lr i L Vi fI l1p JoT ff tf t 1fifYi WH ttJ J eaai jpariitIra nearer a t f LeeAS1I r J seMetItI bribery casa Ir r tr lh IIylBit paauoit the Art7 JVFr l lt Mwt3llL J ry I ii I A 1 t fl l j f I ir CiCrsss IMo Auto f i A i 4 ttTW0 jpenojui Were 1r 4 4h L1 three anerouely cl i14 ht pftlfilally hurt when UKt t ie uIJ WM track aMt T Jr YTftUOLi r ibr 1 l t fiI 4 I f 1 J 1 Vtli rt tti t 1 r Iif ifr p t lljI mItwf tt tx 1 tz t1 111 ff t f4c L I I icl d 1L I flFIrljoff 1 JIt t 0 r r J 1r41 1 I 4 I o J4 t f 1 rl L i 10 f Ifr r i t j I r Jts p 1 i Jt tf i 1ftrtritT if4Vj 1 e jr Ji II 7r J i t z c r I tV r tf t 1Iv POSTAL BANK BILL PASSED TAFTS BIG STICK POLICY BRINGS SENATE TO TERMS Disposal of the Deposits Was the Main Issue on Which Senators Clashed Washington Lacking only the sig nature of President Taft to become a saInga was when the senate concurred in the house postal savings bank after voting down a number of amendments a assumingblgstlck certaintyThe now goes to President Taft without a con Terence yrelegislationlatIngiipostal banks the house bill concurred In by the senate provides that 65 per cent may be redeposited In the local bauks and SO fo th LAeernment There is nothing arbitrary about either of these provisions however Fivo per cent of the deposits w ill be retained as a reserve fund Susnksand municipal government and other securities approved by the trustees may be used The tr theusteestenneraa wandviostedth Judepo UnstalsavingsDeposits In theso eo meiwhIchInterest maybemay be purchased In the denomina on of ten cents for a muccumulateAt the request of the depositor government bonds lu amount ot 20 40 6080100 and c prehab staearbond will cover a refunding of the 64000000 of three per cent governthement bonds su upenoanksenntp omositedJGOV HARMON RENOMINATED PIa ti theDefeatedConvention reliolutifor adopbTon after the renominaUon ot Mr H reWeon to Judacn Harmon and the work he is doing for Ohio Twq year hence weJbelfeveath tjp faperaonalbr Lj1ha 1eUer at horna atatvo e upon It W larger fields A hign ense of duty provides his only mo tives fox official actions and hfsense of Juatlce alone compels judgment thtm8l1BBM fThe nation needs a real marI CThereprescntakdtndorses 1912 Jndaon Harmon Atlee Pomerene of Canton was horn initeator lieutenant governor on the ndba1lot1ndth vote was math uaaalmoua without finishing the roll calL The proposition to Indorse a candl isenatorwaadeeatedbtavotciof WEDDED IN RUNAWAY MATCH JSecond Oaughter1Of Mayor Gaynor Bride of Harry Vlngut In Wilmington Del Auciofi Mayor Qaynpr of New York city aad H Kern h roorsof that city lobed to Jtbis city and 11WoUMtaatcharck In the office of Andrew C Gray attorney general of Dela w 20 MEXICAN SOLDIERS SUIN F ur Cars ef Transport Train Ar S Wr keol A Wild UBv Orad DuhDqwnto Mexico city Twentf federal sol 4teni Tartv reported io have been killed and many more than that nuBi ber Mnjured heBfoUrcaraof a trala la which the troops were being ported oa theManianlllo line tramS aatioaal railway la the State ot Coif ma broke o6oe from the locoeaotlve aa4 dashed down a steep grade Mrs Glover Is Acquitted CacBbrtdge MUSTudge Stevos tumfot LIth UrfcJUiam Glover and six ertlI ctarga with being accessories after the tact to the murder ot Clarence R Gterer Waltham sVeeUn and Main In Increaaa B Twentyfive hundred eia jitoye ot the Boston and Main ran roawenIr14aYlTUte4 aa advance ia wa e raaglng from 5 to 25 cents a cIa7 TMM povra to Reumanla Greekp kad3flee ta BAttefactlon of therecontlnc1 deat at the 1fra8whena Greek mob attacked a Roumanian mail Ua tHur Baker In Flour Trial Kansas City Mo Millers and ba ken teitlted at the bjeached floWI trl Thursday in opposition to Ute TerasenVa charge that the ptpceM i btoachla lour adulterate Ilt t f L l 11 fIJr i J IIII WONDER WHAT HE IS GOING TO DO NEXT NDIS QUASHES INDICTMENT FREES NATIONAL PACKING COM PANY AND SUBSIDIARY FIRMS Sustains Demurrer on Technical GroundsOrders Special Grand peJuryhicagoTho indictment against jusudaldiaryh conspiracy to restrain trade in lation of the Sherman antitrust law was knocked out Thursday when ge Kencshaw M Landis In the ited States district court sustained demurrer filed against the IndIctdurit by the socalled beef A special venire of seventyfive men was ordered called for July 14 From thi tinand a second Investigation of the packing companies begun In his decision sustaining the de rrer to the government Indictment Landis said The most painstaking search of this Indictment tails to disclose the sence of a charge that during the tutory period the defendants have engaged In or had anything to do with Interstate commerce or that y done anything having any effect on such commerce and the court is t clothed with authority to supply tirely by Inference the complete ission of such a fundamental element of the offense This fatal weakness might have been obviated by Including the charge- dba the evidence warranted It that defendants or their respective of or agents did something as for Instance fixed prices controlled output divided trrltoryolthe like which effected a restraint ot inter state commerce being carried on within the three years period The tfe Ilndantsstraint of interstate radelsof theretnrelnsufticlentbe suAtalneddout by the paclrcVs demurrer was drawn by OHv E Pagln aiStitu1 t attorner gene who was sent to Chicago from lngtonF AO EBERHARt FOR GOVERNOR Minnesota Repubn an Convention at St Paul Nominates State Ticket I Without Opposition St Paul Minn The following nomi nations were made by the Republican state convention there being no op position to the candidates For govern r Adolph O Eber art Attorney general George T Stop lOlL SeeretaryofststelullusSchmahtMember I and warehouse commission Charles 1F Staples THREE RAILROADS INDICTED Federal Grand Jury Return Bills Charging Violation of Elklnr Apt and Destroying Waybills Chicago The Illinois Central Pali ad company the Pennsylvania com panjr and the Plttsburg Fort Wayne d Chicago Railroad company were Indicted by the federal grand Jury The Illinois Central is charged with yl 0olatingobserve Its tariffs The other companies are charged with destroying waybills in violation of the interstate commerce law Standard Reduces Oil Price New York The wholesale prices refined oil have been reduced from one and onehalf cents to one cent a gaUonbrthe Standard 011 company making the prevailing price through onbalfe d controls I more than seventy per eatot the refined output of the country and It can readily be seen what such UtlieatSteal 9000 prom a lan- kBtonoUce are searching for ieves who stole 5000 worth of Aus atlieprivatewhile the bank was crowded Friday The money had been placed In a show window Puhllo Building Lit FuSed WahingtonTbe house adopted the conference report OB the public thataealureThebWpresident Rainstorm Helps Crops Deadwood 8DArafutOrm vla ited the western part of South Da Ots Thursday and benefited elope In Lyhehere are more favorable from all the grain districts Pitched Ball Kills Man New York George Darcey a Sta tea Island policeman died Thursday weekSiLro uwca by a ltcaseba1L nu awrT beRIUMPHGerman Campaign of Slander Against the Deutsche Vacuum Oil Company FalldBerlin The long and venomous campaIgn waged by Gorman newspa rs and rival industrial Interests ainst one of the German branches of the Standard Oil company the Deutsche Vacuum OH company has st been brought to a vlcorlous end r the Americans Involved A wellknown Hamburg newspaper for months printed such a series of attacks on the American graft methods alleged to have been practised the vacuum company In the con ct of its German business that the public prosecutor of Hamburg felt constrained to make an official Inves gation with a view to eventual In dlctments The prosecutor has now concluded his Investigation especially of tho work of E L Quarles American manager of the German com panys sales department andnnnounces that no necessity exists for pursuing the Inquiry further No evidence of anything warranting prosecution was found against Mr Quarles and the costs of the entire in qulry wilt be borne by the state Tho result of the Investigation con stitutes a notable triumph for Amer- Ican Interests in Germany It is not the first time that Germans finding themselves unable to compete termshave AIRSHIP LINE IS OPENED Zeppelins Dirigible Deutscnland Car rica Twenty Passengers 3QO Miles In Nine Hours Duesseidorf Germany Regular air ship passenger service was estab shed Wednesday for the fret time when Count Zeppelins great craft the Deutschland carrying 20 passen triptromof 300 miles In nine hours The weather was perfect and the jnotors or ult4es2rJlolv pr ago speed r ntatned was apprbxl 33 mffea an hour but between Frledrlcbshafen and Stuttgart 124 miles were covered at an average of 41 miles an hour The best speed for one hour was 43 miles Count Zeppelnwas at the helm when the Deutschland left at Fried r eichsbafenon the trip that was to mark nn epoch in aviation The passengers wero sev eral directors of tho HamburgAmeri can Steamship company and the Ger man Airship Stock company joint owners of the dirigible balloon and guests They occupied the mahogany walled cabin between the gondolas from the windows of which they vIewedscenery as the aerial cat swept along 45000000 EGGS IN POOL Speculators form Corner In Product and Hope to Realize Big Profits Next Winter Newark NJFortyOve million Gthiscold storage by the warehousemen to remain there until the high prices of last winter are duplicated They were purchased at an averageprtcoof23 cents a dozen and thet Wcot is about twentysix cents a dozen It the eggs can be retailed in New York n w whichwill be a profit of 19 cents a dozen or a total of something dyer 700000 Actress la Drowned NewYorkAn actress known to the stage as Mica Marion DellTaylor was drowned in the Hudson river when a small 1d1rlo which she andthreeother theatrical people abarpMinTaylorSt1ue Dell Sazeider and her parents live la Kankakoe Ill 20000 Cloakmakera Out New YorkBetw e lObO and 20 s atruckunion leaders declare that the nlLtnI Haoooopected before July 1ppGambling1 811Iiecharge of malfeasance in lceIt tal yteExGerman Envoy to Be Executed Santiago Chile The tuprem court Wednesday confirmed the sen dSpUonTaft and Tariff Praised Havrisburg Pa Praise of President Taft and of the new tariff mark thIS platform adopted by th Pennsylvania Republican convention Wednesday John K Tener was nominated for gov ernorcJ t Jf ft Sf D c iI YI f J 14- TENDERED A BRIBE SENATOR GORE TELLS SENATE HE WAS OFFERED 50000 NO NAMES ARE MENTIONED Blind Statesman Startles Colleagues by Detailing a Proposition Made Him to Withdraw Opposition to Recognizing Indian Land Contracts Washington That he had been 0 fered a bribe of 50000 to withdraw his opposition to recognition of the socalled McMurry contracts for the sale of Indian lands In Oklahoma the startling announcement made way Senator Gore In the senate Friday The senator went further and added to this declaration the statement that member of the house likewise had en approached This happened May last he said two days after he had Introduced a resolution prohibiting the approval of the contracts Ma6 he said a man who de ared be represented McMurry came to see me He was a man who lives In my home town a man who had been a friend In time of need Hit came to my office and assured me It would be to my Interest if I would can on the senator from Colorado The Intermediary added that I should advice against a favorable report on the resolution There was a suggestion that 25000 or If neces sary 50000 would be available if the contracts were not prphlbltedi And I am informed that a similar proposition was made to a member of the house of representatives Mr Gore mentioned no names in his charges He merely declared that an ex senator from Nebraska and an ex senator from Kansas are interested ln these contracts Mr Gore announced that if the recessions of tha senate from the amendment to the general deficiency bill were sustained Mr Me Murry would get 3000000 as his fee for the sale of the Choctaw and Chickasaw lands Tho amendment In question required proper approval of the contracts The declaration of Senator Gore came on a question of personal prhutlege when the chair declared order his motion to reconsider the vote by which the bill was passed i Senator Galllnger moved to lay the bill on the table and this prevailed SAY CrIARLTON IS INSANE Alienists Who Examined Wife Mu derer Declare He Is Irrespon sible for His Acts Now YbrkPorter Charltoh self confessed slayer ot his wife Mrs M817 Catlq to whose b04Y stuffed in a trunk he tossed into Lake Como Italy may escape punishment for his crime Powerful influences were prltat w orkTtFrlday to save the prisoner now locked up In the Hudson county jail at tIlII9 Clto rl1Xtral U19 Itly Judee Charltoh the murderers fa ther Consulted with H Floyd Clarke of this city and former Senator Wll liam P Edwards of Jersey City whom he retained oh Thursday after getting word at Washington of the arrest of his son as he stepped from the steam r Princess irene at Hoboken At this conference It was decided to fight the extradition proceedings urged by the Italian charge daffaires In a cablegram to his government at Rome The murderers counsel have de termlnedupona defense of Insanity to keep him from being removed from this country Four alienists visited Charlton in his cell and watched him for live hours When they emerged they said that he is without doubt insane and that his particular species of Insanity is Incurable Charlton from the diagnosis of the allenlstssuiters from adolescent Insanity or dementia praecox a type which they say makes him utterly Irresponsible for his acts EN FUNSTON NEAR DEATH Army Officer Dangerouslylli of Heart Disease at Hla Home In Kansas LeaV nVo th KanGenFrederlck Funston commandant of tile army service schools here is dangerously ill ith an attack of heart disease at his ome here General Funstons condition Is such that the post army physicians aadathe besttrained nurses in the bos pltal are In constant attendance upon him Mrs Funston who Is in Call t mla was notified of the generals condition Friday General Funston is suffering from angina pectoris It was learned Q he baa been subject to slight hei trouble for some time and It la be lleved that the heat of the last week brougbton the present severe attack Aviator Falls 100 Fet London Capt F 8 Cody tthe lator while making a flight at A1 Thursday fell from a height of 100 feet and was gravely injured t is aeroplane waS caught In a gust wind and becoming unmanageable to the ground Cody was inned beneath the wreckage t tiKaiserKiel Germany Bnperor William arrived hero Thursday on the imperfalI acht Hohenzollern to attend thiiaa nal yachungregatta Mra Taft Off for Beverly Washington Mrs Taft wife of the WedseedayWhite House at Beverly She assed the night in New York with and then left for Boston Matches Kill Two Children t Iredell Tex Playing with matc e WednesdlYoftwo and four years The boys were itartlng a fire when their clothes be ame ignited t K t J t r ij 1IrMiiji A r t i t I ROUNDABOUT THE STATE I I MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL t PARTS OF KENTUCKY ++++ 14 U U t t Hut I+ + tts 31 MUCH WASTE Auditor James Makes Statement Re- gardIng Present System of State Government Frankfort KyAU the expenses ot the state government could be paid cu preten Elate auditor who is trying to cut down the expenses of the state at the same time he Is increasing the re venueSMr James wants to show money in the treasury and all debts paid whe he goes out of office and is bending every effort In that direction To this end he is collecting back taxes fro stirringthingsMr James says that the state will pull out of the hole all right He has contended this all along and has in tholeglslatuMr James is one of the hardest workers at the capitol and he knows how to economize time so that he can transact a world of business durIr office hours and have time for otherhlngs Somebody asked Mr Tames how I found time to attend to so many dlf fe rent lines of business when he was kept so busy with his duties as state auditor Mr James replied I know the value of time and how to save ILThen Igoto work and clean up each days work carat day so that things never accumulate i would rather come to work early and get through early than come down late and have to work late CORN SHOW FOR LEXINGTON Exhibit to Be Held in Lexington Jan uary 3 to 7 meeUngheldhere theASrlcul4uralCoJlege rsity In this city the time of the xt annual corn show was set for lanuarj 3 to 1 1911 inclusive It wilt be held at the Grange hall alsodecidedpermanent rr Uiigplaceof tbeasso JiaUon until that organization shall telect some other place iio plntedon this committee were Frank ICSKee president f th qsocIatio I- 1IeorgeG nil the district e presidents who are L H1 Dawgiin Olmstead W B Pinch Fultonj S T Gprlnjr Rock J1ck 1ayton HebronLD Bandllne Oneida and J E Under wood Smoky Valley Only paidup meJ bprs of the asso elation will be permitted exhibit co crn18 years of age who are members of th ruecl enubgflXcdnt only 50 cents and all tho thelrmentbericrts at the Agricultural college Isir dfately not Only corn that has been shown at some state show Is eligible to the na tional show which will xbe held a month later than the state show here GVERNORS MEETING Frankfort Ky Citizens of Fran1rj Uotentertalnlng8 Gov Willson has returned home themlgltya t tottGpv WUlspn was not supposed to give out this news at this time but It DotkeepItlends who told of Cot Roosevelts coming DROPPED DEAD IN FIGHT Louisville KrFour men and one woman had a narrow escape from grewsome experience when following fight Joseph Dall lr died suddenly blood streaming from his mouth J L Stiff Nurt Henry Joseph Cox Otto Card and Dora Hicks were placcd Ini jail on a charge of murder It was claimed that one of the men struck Daller In the stomach causing his it found that the man t T gohethen amended to disorderly conduct LIGHTNING KILLS STOCK Iheepbelonging m rulestyando Charlie Walton near Glasgow Junc wireIdemoUshedthes- mokeho ie olf A G Rutledge here nd struck a large tree in Alane Ion Triggbs yard and did much other dam age WATCHMAN FAILED TO GIVE CALLoLouisville Ky When Walter Brown night watchman of the Byrne Spee Co failed to send in his 1030 AD Tc uoUs Cuslck night roundsman was sent to investigate and found Brown gagged and trapped o a chair with wires He had been lpocketbookhid In the boiler room of the plant The man is In a serloua condition andI bears evidence of having received ex reziasly rough treatment ftJ j r 1 Ii J ri-DA MiLLEI PRESIDENT MW TUCKY iRESSA88OClATIONS A D Miller editor of the Rich Tf Ky Climax was elected presl4 tot the Kentucky Press association at Mlddesboroast week Mr MlHer la one of the leading publishers otCen al y tr Kentucky r1to UNVEIL BRONZE BUST f OF GOVERNOR SHELBYi Frankfurt Ky With simple but Yi impressive ceremonies the bronze II bust of Gov Shelby waV presented to k the historical society ana accepted by 5It The rooms of the society were filled with visitors many oQ the Lex ington chapter of the DARcomlog IT sid own for the occasion Coy Wlllson iifbeing absent W1 W Lpngtnnor pro J iIdcdand did it gracefully Miss Lyle of Lexington for the Lexington fdefyiand her short talk was pronounced a gem On behalf of the society H V Mo Chesney first vice president accepted the bus and spoke briefly Ho was foK inlowed by John Wilson Townsend who tireviewed some of the work of Coy sofo S tirJennie CMorton read an original Jpoem a tribute to Gov Shelby After the meeting Mr Longmoor mades short talk urging the people of tSe fj state and especially those present to fJoin the historical society and help it by cooperation and work t t H SACK OF HUMAN BOfiES Louisville KyA sack of human bones some of theta covered with r clinging flesh was found on the estern city dump and turned over to Cor r oner Duncan i i t Besides the bones articles of cloth Ing were found Including shoes an 1 r undershirt hosiery and the half sleeve ot a shirt The undershirt wbt Jiap peared to have been torn to pieces was bloodstained A number of the j hones found appear to have been saw Jj ed apari thus substantiating a theory t L Ladvanced by theVpollpe and the con oner that the skeleton found Istoa lcadaver which was f rmerly theproprj erty of medical students i 1 r FS4Kentuckyh parrodsburg KyW1die Ia gIIBIt1f alt ntyer sIx mfleslrom burg Howard p Tohnaonatravelthg J f i iwltldied aiinost InBtantly u J Johnson In COtrlpa 1 Uoth f men went to the river shortly after it fiseveratsuddenly fell back Into theirat His 1 companions leaped Into the river aid camec the unfortunate man totheL ttominutes Mn Johnson 1tlhls wife and little son hall been in Harroda burg lot several days He was about 30 years of age and hddbcen on t ejoad for several years for a grocery I 1ol1se rLouisville KyFoU1deathaby ri drowning in I ulsvIlle and vicinity fbegan tbQtoU of the sw1mmbagl sea 1 son The dead are John Bailey aged 25 who fell backardf CJ1 a skiff Jacob S aged23 whotel1frora rope overhanging the tMendllng cdl4vhO got 1Ov erFhfs depth and James Lamb aged yrho was attempting toi i Vesciie Meridllng Maysvllle Ky lthth thermo e lter hovering around 96 new Sti i Patricks Catholic church vas dedlcat N ed here In the presence bt ittiQOpeovi rpie The bnildiHgvSV drape4 wlta t Aiherican flags Bishop Mar of Coy yVherethertowns Lexh1gtonAn unusually h irJ i rainstorm did much damage ia ttral Kentucky Telegraph telephone t tand electrical wires went dora In many localities 41n some placeatnees Lsnd buildings were struck by 1Ikt1ning Carlisle Ky Col John jC pow i4ing editor oftheCarll8kf AdvocateSdted at his home Saturday afterVia gerlng Illness The funeral was heM tMonday The pahUcatioa oTtta Ai tIv WistoSomerset + died t his home nearColirmbij Ha was the last survivhig bmthert CoT Prank Wolford the bIrd aJnlori bft cer who led theFJntlkeatuckj CST1ry through the Waroftlie Sectiong Owenflboro N wsfeached here ol YJJ the killing pt J wrenMPler at ITardlnsburg KyV by the t tows isle tehsll bevl Boyles of thatXplace It Yiiwcut the officer who waa arreating biiH when hewae ahot hia death reiulUacU Instantly Hfrndersbn Thirtyair candldatea were initiated Into the HeisiaeraoiB Council Knights jot Columbua liere The orator of the occasion was J J pKavanaugh of Louisville who spolf on lhe Power o e banquetFrankfort thunder storm one of the sleeping cars n tie westbound C O train waY s truck by lightning between here and j5Midway and it was almost miraculous jhat none of the passengers was hurtThe glasses m nearly all the wIndows gj on one side of the sleeper were shat tered 1Qwensboro J W Ament1 United States deputy marshal for the West em Kentucky district hag resigned hla YY office to take effect on tk first of the month Ament has been in the service or the past four years He will eatw business for himself i 4TL t t Ip i q toto is f 1 iT t tJ J t TheIJT1LBRONIUG ftL it acnaDitwrf Sj MERED1fI NICIIOISON 1 1 gctnsar ZAJWiL C19 Y j 14t SYNOPSIS IlhmM Ardmore and Henry Maine I tumble upon Intrigue when the pgovernore of North and South Carolina are reported to have quarreled orts 4 wold allies himself with Barbara OsI borne daughter of the governor ot South J Carolina while Ardmore the I cause of Jerry Dangerfleld daughter of the governor of North Carolina TheseS two young Indies are trying to fill the I d shoes of their fathers while the latter are missing Both states are In a tur moll over one an outlaw f I with great political Influence Unaware ot each position both Qrtswold WSt and Ardmore set out to make the other papersJa the office of Qov Osborne and Griswold- s 4 4riti places theft at the door of the tis scheming attorney general Ardmore a charters tf caboose and starts for the 4 border to plan the arrest of Applewelsht I Terry Is a guest at Ardsley Ardmores posse takes the field urln t wold plotting to the same end as Ard more is nlso scouting the border with a Spou9 Ardmores brotherinlaw the luke ot Ballywlnkle offers to elope with r Jerry t CHAPTER XIIContlnued Young man I think I told you once before that your legs were alto0 xether too active I want you to light hereskiprz Our J meeting is highly opportune Cookie h Its not for me to fly In the face of 5 Providence Im going to see whats 4 lngdownhere-4 I UAII right replied Cooke Take It all in and enjoy yourself but 4 youre my prisoner MOb that will be all right So- L i 14 long as Pm with you I cant lose outf t e March called Cooke dropping be hInd and thus the two came In a few minutes to the engine the cars and f the caboose From the locomotive a f 1 slight ward smoke still trailed hazily up 4 Thomas Ardmor coatless and hat r t caboolieatep81rrltlngme61Sages1 1as I telegraph instrument clicked busily It within One of his men had qualified I M operator and a pile of messages at 1116 elbow testified to Ardmorea In dwtry Ardmore clutched In his left p11and a message recently caught from tSe wire which he reread from itime 4 to time with Increasing satisfaction It had been sent from Ardsley and I 5I t i ra 1 shall flee tonight on tJeroad that I liiIeacls south beyond the red bullgaloW a t on the bridlepath that climbs tlis I I jf ii rd on the west called Sunset Trail A eertaln English gentleman will aecom agreeablepi45f t was Still writing when j biekestood beneath him under the platform rl beg your jardon Mr Ardmore- i fe t this Id purllrttVrlsbner AhlM0f8Icn dispatch and th61f T eed1np and took the pipe from hisIT i W CeUl lktpolitely fJ 5A4i Aide e m see I bkve e t tbei ayaitgeoty iu exceedingly t S t bMiiatioEZ to Iool you up ia r Jterta Co4IM It1 t H wiw looking for you very hara 4 l lttH 1 totadhim Jir Arilmoret Int r1 odCooke to if appearance deIigbts Jnet i exfeBdlagbll hand to 0 jgtt j IHwasnceoyol1 to ti ws ot here to Ifid lie Wouldnt t Sh h tJMypiJti tip t the house rs t A j 9Selithefaci Is Idldntstop there e 1 r Xippe ient In this gentraI di ilMtiou bbe1a butJI had sTery I bewafle liteatlofi ot making you t IIt after IinIshd my Sllp j 11Ue DtttCookl here says ar If 5q 4l44 I Beta a cbaracter and t rJ lIitnrlta loose la these t r g Rgte1Iehhn up said f 9 Ceske t iItlL f May I ask you Mr Collins jiust- t t iavwkat yo are doIng Iiere t Inquired t IB8I tc p olti tI11 riIbt a boiled t Z05 that Ceekie aid I are on the1 t r rr 9I tt ta lob cS jp Wbatareys1ook1ug forr to fie t r t i Baaa ArftWBTersiihlet of staff t e tsa VH 6y it I get it and I r I kave every IteienotgettIng it J2r5 UMCoI1agvrdedly rt tO k1ati1tP eom aaded Ard toCJ r i ij kI1olng IMIrtaaceopt kid tMtpet Is the lO vernorof d o 4rtk Cswo aII118terleuly I i ltl abC froIaJCaItIcL He attended j IL 1tbe Cotii tess ceavention fa t lJ tIHep as far as At jitway aM then ells 1Ir tq s 1 otssy to gentle ot yisr lItsUIgencEhat a loa t fn 119 r kI4struitIamybu1aefa A i s A f IMies to be1iye that for 1 J 11 kIt era jItr r f4l othcoM bI4ig Ifl this r J ttMtI A tI 1 Itr 1Ioii stAr4er fo lad = UOuMt BtMter ot Ardeley 1 sJ r 1fPt i tostheaat4erlablit 4 bdst igoinorLjt Laob ItTeu are 1Tv 1I bie MM1YSLO be WitSd iS 1Ift j1Jras4 I SVs a feI4c tkatyeti h 1 fare b11iee thlis Se-sr JJrt j ihIie4 wlMawe t At forf1t jJt 4 VUro 1fisifte eraerUI NMh Car F fG f i 4UaMoowit aM your argus tt 1 1HrT7OU1elL g l t 1 tffIktv IwaiCtk overaor at Northv ds1IiS 1i ttr f r 1 1 CoWsbMIooddirIngthisrec1tal- r14 14 Jrue track wlik his c wtI 4bEs w14apseI 1Iy faknlag kIt hI t 1 ieIf Mt Ardmere pro if1fv J jt tssedoI the reeis aUttrei tto V f fL jI aM a grin that had over tt We H ae WyIwett a- ljor jtJ t 1 1 blank iItare 1 tp r J woiid ieulM repeating those i i PutwiT1 1 4 1 4 1ft1 V Lam the senrenwr of North Cam J a Mr Collies The maaaer in i v4i 43f Zala3aeIthat high once Is not amr1 M i r 8f e ef this fri siv4 tr J O v flii Vu ffltfJf kr A tl it J o1 W 1Jr i01 hj J ifl rr 1irf f 11 fYrt j Ot hJ G l t K 1 f4 r1 e r r iV h 1 sE1 3I ti f4 i 1P 1tr v JIl s I Ii j0 tJ Ilcjt d r great state without relief from valua tion or appraisement laws and without benefit of clergy And we have much to do here mere social conversation must await an ampler time I now appoint you publicity agent to the governor Your business is to keep the people fooledall the people all the time You will begin by send- Ing out word that Gor Dangerfield has given up all other work at present but the destruction of the Apple weight gang But by the ghost of John C Cal bonn dont you see that Im losing the chance of my life In my own profession Theres a story In this that would put me to the top and carry me right Into New York and Collins glanced about for his suitcase as though meditating flight Your appointment has gone into effect sald Ardmor with finailty and if you pIt you will be caught and made to walk the plank And so far as your future Is concerned you shall have a newspaper of your own anywhere you please as soon as this war is over4 The three men adjourned to the ca boose where Ardmore told Collins nil that it seemed necessary for the newspaper man to know and within halt ah hour the neW recruit had en tered thoroughly Into the spirit of the adventure though his mirth occasion ally got the better of him and he bowed his head in his hands and surrendered himself to laughter Thereaft er until the six oclock supper was ready he kept the operator occupied He sent to the Palladium a thoroughly plausible story giving prominence to the Appleweight case and laying stress on Gov Dangerfields vigorous personality and high sensp of official responsibility lIe sent queries to leading journals everywhere offering exclusive news of the rumored disap pearance of North Carolinas governor Ardmore took Colllnsmore fully into his confidence during the lingering twilight and the reporter made many suggestions that were of real value Meanwhile Cookes men brought three horses from the depths of the forest and saddled them Cooke entered the caboose for a final conference with Ardmore and a last look at the maps Too bad remarked the acting goy ernor that we must wait until to morrow sight to pick up the Apple weights but our present business ii i1eyfOde off In single file on the falntestVof trails through the woods Cooke leading and Ardmore and Cot lias following immediately behind him The great hoit of summer Stan thronged the sky and the moon sent its soft effulgence across the night aid again pa the farther side an owl tooted a thousand yards up the creek aa4 while the line reformed Cooke passed and listened Then the owls eaU was repeated farther of and so faintly that Cooke alone heard it He JU hIS toad ofiArdmores rela Tkerosa foot trthat leads mloag that erekv sad Its very rosgh and Me1IlttOfeUow Half a mile from here there used to bo a tilll rust by OM ot the Applewelghts We smash ed It once but so doabt they are op eraUa again by this time That hoot 6t tie owl Is a warning common arnbag the pickets putout by these people Wireless telegraphy Isat1It with them Appleweight within 9 miles will know in halt ax how bow many there are of us and Just what direction we are taking We must abt come back here tonight W must put upenyoir place somewhere and let them think If they wmwe are guests of yours out for an even tile ride Thafa all right Unless we cor mTjadmlntto roll of the iaa I j t 5 f o t f 1 d iI li It r I I Itr itJrli i now but the underbrush was cleared nd the trail had bHtetI brldlepath that had known care This is some of Pauls work saidIArdmore and if I am not very mistaken we are on my land now anllt headed straight enough for the wagot road that leads south beyond the rtdf bungalow These roads in here wer planned to give variety but I neYe comPllcatlCljthe The path stretched away the heavy forest and they climbed to a ridge that commanded a wide region that lay bathed In sliver moonlight so softly luminous that It seemed of the stuff of shadows made light West ward a mile distant lay Ardsley only a little below the level of the bridge and touched with a faint purple as ot spring twilight Ardmoro sat his saddle quietly contemplating the great house that struck him almost for the first time as imposing Ho felt too a little heart I ache that he did not quite understand Wed better be moving suggested Cooke Look below there Looking oft from the rldgo they slWI a man and a woman riding along a strip of road from which the timber had been cut The night was so still the gray light so subdued that tho two figures moved as steadily and softly as shadow pictures on a screen The slow even motion of the riders was interrupted suddenly The man who was nearer the remote observers lad stopped and bent toward tho woman as though to snatch ncr rein when her horse threw up its head and fell back on its haunches Then the woman struck the man a blow with her ridingcrop and galloped swiftly away along the white ribbon like road In the perfect nightsilence It was like a scene of pantomime Thats all right cried Cooke Come along Well cut into that road at the bungalow They swung their horses away from the ridge and back into the bridle path which once more dipped sharply down Into heavy timber Cooke lead- Ing the way and three of the best hunters known to the Ardsley stables flow down the clear but winding path The incident which tho trio had wit nessed required no interpretation the girls blow anlflIght had translated it into language explicit enough Ardmore thanked his German forester a thousand times for the adralr ale bridlepath over which they gal ioped wlth ts certain footing beneath and clean sweep from the boughs above The blood surged hotly through his heart and he was angry for the first time in his life but his head was cool and the damp air ot the forest flowing by tranquillized him into a new elation of spirit Jerry Danger field was the dearest and noblest and bravest girl in the world he knew 1The8Io8f Surged Hotly Through His Heart mopp treamwlilletlleywere Every i through that and she was clever and resource ful to devise means for pre- oservlllghertathers omcialsand priv late and not quick to defend herself from Insult from a titled scoundrej three men rode out Into the broad highway at the red bungalow and paused to listen He hasnt got here yet Only one person has pissed and these must be the tracks of the girls horse said Cooker who had dismounted and struck theiall1troadHell be along In a minute Let us got Into the shadow of the bungalow and when he conies well ride out and nail him The bungalows a sort of WThowieI often stop here when Im out on the estate and want to rest I have the key In my pocket As Ardmores keys Jingled ia the lock Cooke cried out softly Their towardthembungalow as Cooke and Collins rode put to meet him I panted the Juke IYou are our prisoner Dismount and come Into this house CONTINUEDI Ihertand to the Point One of the shortest speeches re forenslcannalslathatoti IPhillpen Jrish orator had madea flowery speech in an assault case toBwh was for the defendant kid in reply My friends eloquent complaint amounts In plain English to this That his client has received a good sound horsewhipping and my defense is as shortthat he richly di served If Jj 2 JIJ r1IMF J 1i GAINING STRENGTH Improved Crop Prospects and Congres sional Legislation Stimulate Business New YorkR G Dun Cos week y review of trade says Business gains ii strength as crop prospects Improvo and congress enacts important bUlsI preparatory to adjournment tions in tho Iron market are marked by uncertainty Although stocks ofIpig iron continue to accumulate reduction in production has not reached tho extent thought probable a year agoIncreasing curtailment of product at the mills to avoid accumulation orI stocks and more favorable weather stimulated the interest in summer merchandise and enhanced the tradJng for next spring Although trading Is below normal in the primary mar kets It Is noteworthy that there Is a larger measure of confidence In Important quarters Unsatisfactory conditions continue In the footwear market New England manufacturers average about onehalt the value of their usual business Encouraging reports aro received In theIwest however business there relatively much better than In the east All kinds of leather Is unsettled Further weakness characterized the hide market and some of the largo packers are to sell ahead Into the shorthaired summer season at press cnt low prices- Cincinnati reports a marked im provement In retail trade and a satisfactory distribution of dry goods at wholesale Thero is more activity In the iron market Continued warm ewather at Cleveland has Improved most retail lines especially dry goods clothing and footwear Bank exchanges at all leading cities in the United States exhibit a steady volume of business through the banks In comparison with preceding weeks the total this week aggregating 2433 383013 a loss ot 140 per cent over the corresponding weekjn 1906 The loss is almost entirely due to decreased returns at New York City or cry city outside that center except Boston and Cincinnati reporting gains some of them being very large In the comparison with the active year 190C those cities again make smaller returns but the decrease at New York Is less and other points much larger In the majority ot In stances Among the cities where large gains are made over both years are Baltimore Chicago Minneapolis St louts Kansas City Louisville and San Francisco Falluresand Exports NewYorkBradstreets says Business failures in the United States for the week ending with June 23 were 1ST against 178 last week 150 In 1907 and 155 In 1906 Business failures In Canada for the wcelf humber 261 against 260 last week and 160 in the corresponding week last year Wheat Including flour exports from the United States and Canada for ibo week ending Juno 23 aggre gate 1705451 bUsheS against 1633 r07 bushels last week and 1600842 Bushels this week last year For the 51 weeks ending June 25 exports are 141541t24 bushels against 165456 825 bushels in the corresponding pe nod last year Corn exports for the week are 198 827 bushels against 133101 bushels last week and 51333 bushels In 1909 For theiSt weeks ending Juno 23 corn exports are 27S29314 bushels against 29064368 bushels last year THE MARKETS Cincinnati LiveSiock CattleShippers 625a725 extra 73Ea750 butchersteers extra JGGOa 675 good to choice 550a650 com mon to fair J3 5a5l25 heifers extra 610a625 good to choice 525a6 cows extra 525a550 good to choice 4EOa515 BullsBologna 375a450 extra 460a475 fat bulls 5a550 Carves Extra 8 fair to good 650a 775 HogsGood to choice packers and butchers 950a955 mixed packets 945a955 common to choc heavy fat sow 775a885 light ShIP pers 950a955 pigs 110 Ibs and less 9a955 Sheep Extra 415a 425 good to choice J365a410 com mon to fair J2a350 Lambs Extra 8 good to choice 650a785 common to fair 4a625 yearlings 4a550 Clnolnnatl Grain Markat Wheat No 2 red 104al07 No3 red91calhConiNo 2 white 66a67c No 3 6ea66c No 4 white 62a64c No 2 yellow 62a62c No3yellow 61Via62c No 4 yellow 60afilc No 2 mixed 61a62c No 3 mixed lila 6154c yellow ear 64a66ci mixed ear 64a66c white ear 64a66cOatsNo white 42a42c No a white 40a41c standard white 41a42c No 4 white 27a39c No 2 mixed 38Ka39c No 3 mixed 38a38c No 4 mixed 35a31- cBarlerNIT 2 72a74c Na 3 65a 70c No464a65cNo3 spritik 70a72c RyeNo 2 80a83c No 3 78a78c No 4 barleY80a83eloWgrade Cincinnati Miscellaneous Marke- tOrangesVaiencta 2a350 CalifOr- nia s edlngs 325 ParnieyL 20c a dox Peaches rgta 165al75 a sixbasket crate tathesNew 255 a250 bbl 90cal bu Michigan SOaSBc sweet ootatoes Jersey 4abbl peal try Heavy hens 13c light 13c roost ers 9c spring chickensJ lb and 4lbs18c firsts 17c ordinary firsts CabbageKentuckj ApplesNew 75ca150 Rome Beau r ties Sa325 a crate eberrie2J25a250 a crate Rejoicing In Corn bert St Louis The drought in the great corn belt of Iowa Missouri and Illi note was ended In time to assure bountiful com crops Showers fell in St Louis and vicinity and a slow steady rain started in Strike End In Sight St Louis Thomas L Lewis presl dent of tho United Mine Workers ot America said that 30000 mine work era win return to work In Missouri Kansas Arkansas Oklahoma and Texas mines July 5 2 j 1f i12J 4 1 WHENtHE WEATHER IS WARM Jellied Chicken an Ideal Dish Either for Luncheon or DinnerHow- to prepale It After dressing a young roasting chicken cut it in Joints as for Incas seeing put it in a deep saucepan over the fire and nearly cover the chicken with cold water add a level teaspoon ful of salt a half dozen pepper corns blade of mace two sprigs of pars ey two stalks of celery a halt of a lemon a large white onion cut In- lices cover the sauce pan closely as soon as the scum rises to the surface remove it with a skimmer then let the chicken cook gently till the bones may be easily removed A quart of broth should be left when the chicken is done With a skimmer remove the chicken from the saucepan then strain the and return It to the saucepan adding two tablespoonfuls of gelatin dissolved in half a pint of water and let it simmer for about minutes In the meantime remove thq bones from the chicken and cut it in small slices Line a bowl or oval earthen dish with alternate slices of hardboiled eggs and slices of lemon stir the pieces of chicken through the broth stand the saucepan In a cool place and when the mixture begins to stiffen pour carefully Into the mold distributing the bits of chicken evenly through the broth Let the mold stand In a cool place for a day when the whole will be well jellied then turn it out on a platter and ornament it with sprigs of parley When already for use cut the Jellied chicken In thin slices and serve on a plate with celery mayonnaise MAKES A SPLENDID PRESERVE For Those Fond of the Quince There Is No Better Fruit That Can Be Put Up No fruit makes more delicious or richer preserves than quince Choose fine fruit as It will prove the most economical in the end even though higher In price Wash and dry and pare carefully cut Into quarters and remove the cores Place the fruit in the preserving kettle with Just enough water to create steam and arrange the parings over the top Cover the kettle let heat slowly and stew very1 gently until tender Carefully remove all the parings from the surface then take the fruit out with a skimmer draining as thoroughly as possible and spread out on large dishes Strain the liquor through a cheese cloth bag then return to the kettle adding gran ulated sugar measure for measure Stir until the sugar Is dissolved only and let the syrup boil for ten minutes skimming repeatedly place the quinces In the boiling syrup and aim mer gently until they become clear and take a rich colorprobably 20 minutes Lift the fruit out with a jarswhento the brim and peal air tight CherrY Dunipllnp These made like apple dumplings and served Wltla sauce made of the Juice of r are delicious An oldtime method Is to make a thick batter using two cupfuisof flour two eggs two teaspijonfula butter one tablespoonful sugar two teaspobnfulir baking powder Ifted wltU flour one cupful water ad one cupful stoned cherries Drop fthe mixture by table- spOonfuls into polling salted water and but a few at a time as the water bdllingCovercloselyluii1co Ing Take from the waterS3U serve at once on hot plates To make the sauce ream together a cupful powdered sugar andatablespoonrul butter Add gradually one beaten egg and a half cupful of cherry juice beat Ing constantly Cream Puffs Melt onehalt pound of butter In tWO cups of boiling water and as soon as the water bubbles hard stir in one and a half cups of flour Stir until the flour is so weU blended that It theIcold then drop into It eight unbeaten eggs one at a time and whip the bat eggisfor an hour or until chilled thorough ly Drop br the spoonful on buttered tUns allowing room for the puffs ta swell and bake to a golden brown Set aside until cold then cut a silt in the side of each puff and put la the filling To COOK Oatmeal Select the best mediumground old fashioned Scotch oatmeaL Cook in a double boiler To each of boll ling water add one teaepopofui of salt and eight tablespooafula ofi the oat meal sprinkled In slowly Cover and set Into the outer vessel of oiling water and cook slowly for fty- 8lor six hours Rcela a summer food and oatmeal a winter roodland noth Ing can excel either their respective seasons for a breakfast dish as to food value CltryUse part of the celery stalks The green parts may be made Into a puree or used in soups Scrape oft the brown discolored part and wash thoroughly Keep In cold water and when ready eeltitthe celery la thin slices moisten with French or mayonnaise dressing and garnish with lettuce cresses or eel err leaves Canafood The monotony of the diet ot thee nothingbutweek out was never better expressed than In the following bit from the Washington Star There was cowboy In the barren sagebrush country who used to send in every Wednesday the same order to the storekeeper Canamllk canabeans canajsm can canshamEskimo Baby Talk With the ordinary Eskimo language consisting of such words as Igloo ah weHah and kalooka one can but wonder what their real baby ia1k sounds like S ii t i i 5A I H O RING FOR UBERTTr at the signal lifts his hand I Igood news malting JgQ through the land T How IID1JHEDIZUNG1 they shouted What rejoldngl the old bell shook the air 4 fthe clans of freedom ruffled The calm gliding Delaware Row the bonfires and the torches Illumed the night repose And from the flames like Phoenix Fair Uberty arose I I C tj k r Changing Ideas About the Fourth of July fffs HE legislatures ot seven states and the city coun ella ot secures of cities have passed laws proo hlbltlng the use of fireworks on the Fourth of July This adverse leg islatlon which began as ealYas 1901 has so swept over the country that the Fourth of July celebration this year will be a radical departure from the oldtlme methods of honor ing this auspicious del The terrible toes of life that has accompanied every Fourth of July celebration In recent years is the cause ot this legis lation The present generation does not rei- embqthatJur1nghelatter part ot the eighteenth ceatarr open during the greater art of the nine teenth there were no such fireworks and explosives as asp used today In celebrating the anniversary of lade pendence Our forefathers in knee breeches and powdered hair celebra ted thedQ chiefly by patriotic speeches anddlnn rsEveri club every society and organization met around the festive b ard and honored the day in song and story The nature of the speeches and dinners varied with the locality but In one respect all were the same They agreed absolutely in the number of toasts It was the custom to have thirteen toasts representing of course toe thirteen original states With the admission of new states this custom died out probably because the banqueter were unable to drink so much Parades OJ the larger towni were features bf the celebration during the- early years of the republic but Ut- eprlnclpalpart of the celebration was the banquet and its oratory Igre celt years however there has been a great falling off In the exuberant quali da1haabeenThe prophecy of John Adams haW come tnieTbe day ta celebrated with pomp and parade with shows games sports guns bell bonfires and lllaailaatlons from oaa of the country to the ouieroratrr prayer nd praIse are forgotten and the old time decorous celebration of the day has seemingly passed away forever- It should DOt be takes from this that there was no tdM connected QuitetheevenlngtarTlarrthere was not the continuous succes thecelebraUoBt JfouowlaciNearly every resident of a city who can do so goes out ot towa to avoid the noise of the Fourth Just the reverse was true of the early eelebrar Lions The fcrst big celebration was held in Bostoa la i77 All the Tee lola la the harbor find salutes la the morning and the day was given up to oratory prayer and praise Societies aad brgaaisaUoas held banquets at noon and la the evening and the eels bration was concluded with the burn lag of tar barrels and more salutes from the ships ia the harbor Early in the nineteenth century firework began to have a place la the celebration These were harmless and simple compared with the nerveshat tering explosives which are put on the market today Not only were they less dangerous and noisy but their use was restricted to a comparatively small number of people Those who were unable to get fireworks got out their muskets and shot them off Others fired Improvised cannons Even blacksmiths got out their anvils and by placing powder in little holes were able to touch it oft so that It made a satisfactory amount of noise With the Increase of the noise came the decrease U Uw patriotic orations 3fP 0 and prayers DOlor the fiftieth eel i k4 bratlon of the day hail been OMerYInoise had almost entirely oratory The question today is how Bhoal the Fourth ot July be celebrairTMtmanner in which It U celebrated many declare Is not in entire kat4aj A J r with the spirit of the dayBortH comfort and pleasure of the majority fof citizens r r Those who would reform the ass i Iher of celebration say hedqf Lbe kept no so much la f of the tet of s ABwrieam ams aa Jen the of liberty and proiswia i i ldbea true festival wltheatlsTf 1 getting the claims Of the ybwgiv t There should be clyio banquets lath teringaat whioh the profres ata4 Jlk a1l1b1 adurth the past yesreoligh jt8vl Wed ere ae and speeche la every eoasaaky fwith an effort to make tha oelebraUoaf more like the trbi Tbs eLJ There should be proeeSa1es Hti 1acteiimportant there should be act men ifster concerts and i P 1tuverscan enjoy himself The lay should b ushered in with martial musk aadl sufficient military display to lie taV keeping withthesplrltolt the occa sion orations feasts aa4 ha l1Icgatherlngatures of the celebration In the aye i t nmff there should be fireworks thg less noisy and the more spectawUir1 the better i f When the dJOLL 1 way there will ba so OOCaafoaforJ pie ot re 4taate and snaiitlrn 4nerves to leave the city to noise and crowds say the rearirsf In fact the celebration ust prefew Jwill attract rather than dtoperMnr KulaaJlewuitieMeiaiuitladopted why the problem ot aBate aad sane k Fourth cannot be solved for all time r Punch far the Fsurth iPlain lemonade my be naUaMfx phoned fate lemon ginger Ia1tJadding to each qnart ot i ioa4 aai equal amount ot KIqwaJe Hav 1 apraJaoefrethmlnt and stems betweeiaU fingers so aa to bring out the Mint lIver Nt these Into the punch a hilt Bow tore serving Tkwlipopular at afternoon teas flntta or root parties or any social fuactioa where men are npreseated BBBW Paddock Telford Fence of Whale Jaw Bones The mission maintained by tM Pre teatant Episcopal church smoac thr J Eskimos at Mount Hope ahovv Bea 44fencebuilt of the jawboaaa 2INitisnsWhale jawbone wera ua ed tceS M they are plentiful ub there aadww ta very scarce The fence ta aa laprovesMt No costly made by the salssloa Prev4 ouaVy tile Eskimoa were accusto d taj deposit their deCH platfonu balk oa jaWbone of whales Cara hewn Frem Traek OfwtaCMttiemiles Out ot Cheyeaae Wells CoL short time ago alaS oan ot a aieS Pacific freight train were btowatreak the track Four or the ears Wheavily loaded thOotk flverniiglight 1 A Complax Nest Cur 4Sligglns is a very voclferow ear son 4 Yes replied Miss cayenne n ai I dont blame him The way a mas ot his mentality rests his nerve i by tAlking BO leed hS tmat ilwarhtej 4t t 1t- 4 f i v t q J Tk1NGSV1LLE OUTLOOK a t PUBLISHED WEEKLY day l OWIN8SVILLE KY I r Entered according to Act of J Congress at the Owingsville c tii Ky PostolHce as secondclass t mattergt t t r THE OUTLOOKS subscription rates are as followsgOne year nc P Six months Sixty Cents Three mont hThirtyfive Cents a t No commissions all wed any l subscriptions at i 1bollyon desiring a change t give previous 1t when writing- Correspondents should always Ii get their items to us not later than Monday if possible whenLout of stationery mention it I8eparate slip of paper l f matter of general inter c bring it to us r fcwithout delay if you wish it in serted 4 Advertisers wishing a change J Jrordiscontinuance of ad should t us the week previous to j I publication day Address all communications to s JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville 1f Ky t s v fff fT URSDAY JUNE 30 1910 J jt ANNOUNCEMENTS I t1Wcare authorized to announce p wWill J Fields of Carter countyS fL candidate for y ltt the Ninth district of Kentucky I r i subject to the action of the Dem S t ocratic party rrfv a I t We are authorized to announce Archimedes Dickerson as a can i t p t didate for Circuit Court Clerk of r Bath County subject to the ac j tion pf the Democratic party A r COUNT ZEPPELIN is carrying 4 passe nger in his airshipDeutsch flandfrom one place to anotherin1Ky Germany thus gaining first hon S ors in practicable aviation j CONGRESS adjourned for the i summer Saturday night The vat t ue of some of its legislation rea4 mains t be demonstrated o a made appropriations well over a billion session TEDDVIS quoted as saying he politivr J to be satisfying But he lets itt t b l1cnolnthat if he is needed to i ve P he will not hirkthceJpbft THE Ohio State Democratic conJelition nominated Judson TW1UCCVeflL Wcc d him self and indorsed himYfbr Presi dent The Democratic party f might go farther and fare worse for a candidate WHAT Campbell Cantrill did to s F Claidi Thomas in the 7th district 4 t Democratic Congressional prima a i ry Saturday was plenty and tc theaorne Ca trill carried every t 0 J county in the district except 4 nnt Woodfprd by a de h f ciaiy defeating Thom I t a about 2500 Many fhis op oJ ppentswiIIhaveamo4nause ting crow to consume now I There w much talk of a Republi 1 can candidate to oppose Cantrill 1 with aTjfd for a Democratic bolt 4 0 fcQRRESPpNBENCE l tt Wyoming 11 SMrs Joseph Myers continues k Thomas Six and Sammie Con t i visited Johnnie Snedegar I Psa AFlemingsburgSaturdayan t Sunday ai Mimi Rennie Gregory was quite I 4 ickthputWek Henry Gregory who has been Iiclc at his fathers here was able 7 to returItoMisllome nearCraigs t Friday JOa 11 J l Crooks Mrs John Satterfield will teach f the Bkvins Valley school Mrs 1 o Henri Warren the Sour Spring r c lICb and MiM Came NlXOn X t thePregtonBchoQl i r Wrhavingveiyhotweat j4 erJ 1 r1 yJ S Nixon and wife wreint Staling last week c t r o Gilbert was in Mt Ster tc t lit Monday i t S Miss LillieJohnsonwasin O W 4 I lDISvllle Monday J Wafeon Hendrix shipped a t carloftd of cattle to Cincinnati T Wdaiday J J tNext Sunday will beChildreus ayatP el dak Churclu 9fOwlrrrtltJ iwa r 1 1 t- 0 11nc ijrWfrcr relatives here lastj- ffWWtytl r i t PanonNiXonqaMdaughterkJ C 1 sBwtri PieraAll of Clark conn rt jty is yiaiting relatives here ij t 4 4 H 0 1At I lI L 1rti I r t 3fp1UJ I Br t ii t- t7 r oo t t r jf fAef t JI 0a IrI1 G o t7 J J i rri tfttIf t t I1 s 1 ft 1 ii 1 j 0 Mooros Ferry Joe Cassity of Yale spent Fri with his brother Cabert and bought a young mare of B L Ingram for 150 Mrs Jane Newman of Salt Lick spent Sunday with her C brother John Otis and family Cabert Cassity preached at Rin os Mill Sunday Virgil and Clemmie Kimbrell Salt Lick are visiting their grandparents Mr and Mrs 0 M Shiout Mrs Cabert Cassity and little son Paul returned last week from is1t of seven weeks to her pa rents Mr and Mrs B F Peck Pomeroyton John Otis wife and daughter spent night and Sun da with Sylvester Davis and u family at Colfax Mrs G B Myers and Mrs B Ingram were Owingsville IweekIOdessa Weedy crops are plentiful About 7 oclock on Wednesday evening we had the heaviest rain of the season washing up and coy ering up a great deal of tobacco There was also considerable wind which uprooted a good many trees The accompanying hail was the heaviest known in many years and literally riddled grow ing corn and early tobacco The hail only extended from J B Lindseys westward to HMButchers At Wyoming there was neither rain nor hail Mr and Mrs Nace Butler of late visited S B Hawkins and wife and H M Butcher and wife Saturday and SundayIMiss Martha Hawkins is on a protracted visit and spent sever days with her grandparents ingtonaunt Mrs Elmer Frakey and Mrs Will Hendrix of Cincinnati then her aunt Mrs Archie Tom lin of Indianapolis and on her way home she will visit a ber of relatives in Grant county Pebble Wheat harvest will begin here this week Born June 22 to NickUJodgers nd wife a girl y Tom Hunt was called to Warsaw Saturday tobe with his brother Jim who is not expected to live HC Whitton received word Saturday from his brother Charley of Chillicothe Mo that he had been bitten by a dog with hydrophobia Mr Whitton i now under treatment The SickElmer Maddox ap to be a little better Mrs R P Qiitton isjio She is weak John Rodgers is doin nicely after undergoing a surgical operation on his eyes Minerva Hornback is better J A Powell had surgical ppr eratioh performed on his son Willie Cliff for throat trouble The boy is doing well Mrs Belle Williams and Mrs Eva Tribby visited their brother Wm Whitton on upper White OakSaturdayapdSunday Mrs Isabel Woodard son Herman Mrs Chris Woodard and daughter Miss Alta visit d Rev Ed Anderson from Saturday un til MondaySam and wife of near Sherburne visited Foster Calyert Sunday Slate Valley Very hot weather with thun der showers and some hail Thurs day night Wheat is nearly ready to har fineiwas very day morning but is better now Robert Toy wife baby Russe and Mrs Maria Stamper visite the family of Butler Toy on Roes Run Sunday Died at his home in Oklahoma near Kingfisher Joseph Wells second eldest son of Robt Wells and wife fohp went west from Bath county about thirty years ago Jo was horn and reared i Bath county was a nice indus trious and highyrespectedyoun g man of moral habits He mar Misshchildren survives to mourn the loss ofa kind husband and father His age was about 55 years His brothers are James of Kansas and Alf Sam and Coot of Oklahoma His sisters are Ann wid ow of Will Wells Ollie wife of Ed Mitchell both of Oklahoma andDell wife of Butler Toy of Bath county Besides his near relativeslsones in their loss V Olympia George Swarts visited home folks from Thursday until Sunday Miss Naomi Clark is visiting Rev Nolands family Little Miss Anna Flora of Ashland is visiting friend here ii k 0 Miss tli J Ethel Swarts visited in Ashland last weekIMiss Reesia McClain of Love land visited Miss Mary Swarts from Thursday till Sunday Mrs Lizzie Montjoy visited at rooks last weekI tfolksJack Ballard and wife of near Crooks visited the latters sister jMissher father at LovelandI tMrso sister at Crooks last week Carl Penix who has work in Mbrehead visited home folks Sat i lay and Sunday Mrs Lizzie Williams is visiting Mrs Orval Hart at Newport J Herbert Costigan and wife and ot Richard visitedrelatives in Sharpsburg last week The BoardofTrustees met here Saturday and elected Mrs Ollie Coons teacher forthe Ore Mines district Miss Carrie Nixon for Preston Mrs John Satterfield for Blevins Valley Miss Nannie Reid for Mill Creek Miss Lenni Hazelrigg for Union Mrs Thos Reasor for Sour Springs Mrs f Winnie Johnson for Pine Grove Miss Ethel Swarts for Olympia Mrs John Jackson for Jacksons schoolhouseStepstone Miss Vella Cannon of Olympia visited Claude Cannon and wife last week Jack Blevins and family of Olympia visited relatives here last week Mrs T J Moore of Paintville Mrs J C Rainey and Mrs Ew spentFridayC B Reid and wife and Miss Mary Lyle spent Saturday in Mt Sterling Lewis Cooper of Kahsas City visited Miss Eliza Maxey and Mrs Lucy Williams last week Miss Naomi Clark of Olympia visited Mrs Frank Brown Monday and Tuesday Tom Pelfrey of Morehead vis ited his son W P Pelfrey last week Wm Utterback was taken to the asylum at Lexington last weekMrs WickTerry is on the sick list Mrs Lucy Utterback was very 3sick last week r Henry Hart and Wife of Preston spent Saturday night and Sunday with Richaijd Garrett anc family I OBITUARY Mrs 1A J Suttell aged 79 years died at the home of her daughter Mrg Chas Con ley on Butlers Branch Sunday morning June 191910 of par alysis of the brain at 530 oclock and was buried the following day at 11 oclock a m in the famil burying ground near here Sh was a daughter of Squire Car penter deceased She is sur vived two sisters Mrs W S CarpenterMrs Dudley Hughes one brother Renny Carpenter three children Mrs Chas Con ley Mrs James Conley and Mrs placeWereaved ones Mamma darlingyou have left us Left us yes forever more How we bear the pain and sorrow God alonedoes only know Heaven now has our treasure keepsBut r Where our dear mamma sleeps forgotL Never shall her memory fade alwaydAround the grave where she i laid We shall miss her kind and willing hands Her fond and earnest care Our home is dark withou her We miss her everywhere nOne by one earths ties are broken decayAnded Brighten but to pass away One by one our hopes grow brighter As we near the shining shore Forwe know across the river Wait our loved ones gone before A FRIEND Salt Lick H C Alfrey of Cave Run was here Saturday on business wasdThe trustees met here Satur gteachersRobert Carter of Mt Sterling was here Friday i passethroughU 1the boys for the 4th lsHC Powers of Morehead was here Saturday t 10 I it +Squire T J Young and Dr sllE- C Alexander of Yale were here Saturday Squire Tucker Bill Henry Rich lot Hunt Mr Denton and McDon aid of Mt Sterling were here er last week on a fishing spreeb thhewho died June 22uHenry Highley of Missouri writes that he has received only 1ItitheThos Razor bought three lots- f Judge Kimbrell and will erect three new houses at once Our base ball nine will be in good trim for the Mt Sterling game July 4th R M Hamilton has been on the sick list Uncle John Bashford is still very poorlyaher home at Camargo Friday Quiller Daniels and M Downs a families 7 in number also Dick Wells and Ben Daniel all left on t Train 21 Monday morning for Middletown Ohio where they expect to make their home Mrs Wm Cook has been very sickJames Kimbrell was in Mt Sterling Thursday on business It seems that Middletown 0 is the center of attraction by the way the people are flocking there Police Court here next Satur day Rex Cornelison of Paducah is visiting his father Dr B Cor nelisonThe little son of Jas Kimbrell has been very sick the last week The Salt Lick and Owingsville Telephone Co is going to run a line from Salt Lick along the C 0 Railway to Mt Sterling andI also extend the Moores Ferry line to Grange City Fleming Co which will be of great accommodation to the public and no wait ing to get emergencies through Capt Sim Grain is just alive not expected to live has been un consciou for several days The Odd Fellows of this place want to attend the dedication of the new Odd Fellows Hall at Ow ingsyille on Saturday July 2 George Warner of Mt Ster ling visited his sister Mrs H 0 James last week Mrs Dick Evans is some bet ter after a threeweeks spell of fever StOODS lCorlihas begun to redeem it self to some extent Tobacco is making a poor start towards growing Forrest Henson of Flat Creek continUes very ill Whitetop has about ruined the meadows in this section daughawere visitors here last week The little daughter of Mrs Ma ry Foley is recovering from her illness Misses Lutie dnd Ola Quisen berry are expected to return from an extended visit out West The condition of Henry Orme is stills rio- usIOM Jones and wife were reg ular attendants at the M E Con ference at Grassy Lick last week- S F Deal was awarded the contract to repair the Van Thompson pike Grubbs the Hinkston pike Our people are pleased that Miss Lutie Quisenberry will teach our school again M G Ferguson returned Sat urday from a stay of four months- s with his son George near Cincinnati Ohio OUR MOTHER Ofttimes in years gone by have we poured out our heartfelt sympathy to those bowed in sorrow little re alizing that however great our sympathy was their sorrow wa thousands of times greater Today with our head bowed in sorrow the tender sympathy poured out to us can reach no cord whereby we can find relief Not even is there any consolation in these words of the poet that There isno home howeer well defend ed but what theres one vacant chair But such must eventu ally be when the best and the dearest of mothers has passed o Surrounded by her loved ones as the calmness of night began to enfold this drowsy world Mrs MaryMcIntosh Goodan entered that etern sleep Tuesday evening June 2L 1910 at 8 oclock For many weeks she had been a sufferer hoping each day that on the next she would be better but all that tender hands and physi cians could do was futile and the onward march of death could not be stayed Mary Tomlinson McIntosh daughter of Thomas and Eliza McIntosh deceased began lifes journey on the23d dayof March iJ gI r a fc p I 59 near Olympian Springs r Bath county Ky Being of a family of four girls it fell to their a to care for an invalid father and to comfort sorrowing motrnl How well my mother perIa1 rmed her part can be y those who knew her best Ate age of 19 she professed her in Christ by accepting Him nder the preaching Rev Wei burn Hiner at the old Olympian M Springs Methodist Church She continued a firm believer the great principles of Meth dism and tried in an unpreten way to live up to their teach ngs p On February 15 1881 she was united in marriage to Daniel L g Goodan he and three of the four i children born of this union sur c vive to mourn their loss The children are Buford M at home Mrs Anna May Ficklin and Geo H at home Phillip S died in infancy Of family there survive but two sisters d Samuel F Dealof this nd Mrs Thomas A Manmngo Woodward county Oklahoma Deceased was a most devoted wife indchildren what was right Her lenderthem into the sphere of manhood andwomanhood ere the call o f death had come She was the best of neighbors always ready to go when the signal of distress was given She had erected I living memorial in the hearts of scores of her friends The funeral took place at the Methodist Church in Mt Ster ling Thursday morning June 23I at 1130 oclock Services were conducted by Rev B C Horton after which the remains were conveyed to their final resting place in Machpelah cemetery The pallbearers were J H Gil laspie E L Fassett Thomas Warner Edward Toy Bert Sanders and James Leach Sr We realize that in this hour a bereavement nothing but the silent steady march of time can ev er bring comfort to our bleeding hearts Your loved ones bid you farewell precious mother may peace sweet peace forevermore be thine We shall strive so t live that when lifes dream i ended we can be reunited in that Haven of Rest beyond the stars TOBACCO CROP REPORT By E T Robards Lexington Ky f June 25In my last weeks re port I stated that practically all the crop was set some papers jumped to the conclusion by elim nating the word practically We were aware there was ah un planted percentage but we felt that it was Unimportant that ev erybody was ready a few warm of sunshine would deliver the planisand before nextweeks report this be set and in our surmise we were correct The lirgest in the State JB Haggins Elmendorf place only hadout 225 acres last week f with a remainder of 100 acres to plant yet with this large area and full percentage unplanted was made complete by Wednesday night as many other smaller plantersWe in a fair scope of Fay ette Woodford and Franklin counties overland this week and while there are a few who have not planted every plant they proposed the percentage remaining is small to compute and even these belated crops will doubtless be planted within 48 hours for there is of moisture toad mit of it- Showers have come in the most timeSunday night the 17thand again at the close of the week These rains have covered the counties of Bourbon Clark Montgomery Fayette Woodfor4 and Madison- and no doubt have been pretty general The early planting has started off beautifully corn and tobacco both have made remarkably fine the week the tern idperatureas the ground was with moisture the growth wi very rapid So far the crop starts off with a very promising outlook and while the average farmer wbuld be in distress if he didnt haves something to grumble about thei has been nothing the past week to even give him an excuse much lessa cause for com plaint There has been set a very fast pace here the past week the heat of a political campaign in this district trying to excel the speed of the weather mans thermometer on the upwad climb but the race is off today and poli tics retires for a season at least though the wiseacres predict other stunts as soon as the vote counted and the political pot will be boiling until November next We hope not however politics and business make unprofitable companions SEE THE ARROW As a ready means of notifying subscribers that their ubscriptions need renewing we make an arrow mark at the address label on their OUT LOOK Remember that we can not extend credit now like we used to the postal authorities notper- mitting it tf Bring your job work to THS OUTLOOK office v r t t j Ci Bor J DCTilEcorrespondent at the following Aewsleave out mere visits inside JoSharpsburgUpper Flat Creek TilE YEAR WITHOUT A SunCiEILThe year 1816 has called the year without summer for there were sharp frosts in ev was mild er thttionart of March was cold and boisterous mild but P 1rewng with snow ice and winter t old In May ice formed onehalf inch thick buds and flowers were frozen and corn killed Frost ice and snow were common in June Almost every green thing was killed and the fruit was nearly all depthfMassachusetts and ten inches in o Maine July was accompanied with frost and ice On the 5ths ce as thick as window glass was formed in New York New Eng and Pennsylvania and corn was nearly all killed in certain sections In August ice formed onehalf inch thick A cold Northwest wind prevailed nearly all summer Corn was gdriedin new England even here a- in Connecticut and scarcely any even in the Middle State Farm ers were obliged to pay 4 or 5a bushel for corn of 1816 for the next springs planting The first two weeks of September were mild the rest cold with frosts and ice onefourth inch thick October was colder than usual with frosts and ice November cold and blustering with snow enough for good sleighing Def cember quite mild and comforta bleHartford Conn Times OI3IONllRg SALE BATH CIRCUIT COURT Eliza Page etc Plaintiffs isversus Notice of SaleI etc DeftsI By virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered in the Bath Circuit Court at its May term 1910 thereof in the above cause the undersigned Master Commis sioner will on the llth day of JULY 1910 at 1 oclock p mor t ereaboutbeingCourityCourt day proceed to offerfor sale at public auction tothe highest bidder on a credit of six months at the Courthouse door in the town of Owingsville Ky the proper ty mentioned in the judgment towit A certainWract or parcel of land lying inBath County Ky on the waters of Licking river and bounded and described as follows Beginning at a itne in the line of the Rose IronCompany at figure 1 on plat B filed herein a corner to Snedegar Bros thence N 172 E 1054 poles to 2 corner with same thence U 606 poks to 3 corner to same thence N 8i E 12218 poles to 4 corner to same and Barber thence witl Barbers N 71 W 1878 poles to 5 to a redbud thenceS 34J W 95 poles to 6 to an ash tree thence N 78 W 6763 poles to double mulberry and hickory thence S 32J W 2163 poles to 8 a stake thence S 1HE 2645 poles to 9 corner to Page thence with Pages line N 80 E 763 poles to 10 to stake thence S 68J E 236 poles to 11 a walnut tree thence S 88E 1303 poles to 12a stake thence S 80 E 539 poles to 13 a locust thence S 22i E 606 poles to 14 a stake thence S J E 639 poles to 15 a hickory thence S 23 W 1527 poles to 16 a stone thence S E 2003 to 17 a stake in the center of a branch thence S 222 W 1239 polesto 18 a stake thence S W 630 poles to 19 a stake thence S 32J W 1175 poles to 20 a stone corner to the Rose Iron Co- LS thence with the line cf tbe said Rose Run Iron Co S 45 E 3357 poles to 21 a beech tree thence S 68i E 3109 poles to the be ginning and containing 5085 acrespreThe said tract of land will be soldas a whole as it cannot be divided without materially im pairing its value The purchaser of said property will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a judgment bearing legal interest from the day of sale according to law Bidders will be required to comply with these terms A liens will be retained on the land sold till all the purchase money is paid Bond made payable to the under signed Master Commissioner D W DOGGETT M C B C C J J Nesbjtt Atty for plaintiffs Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK If you want to in crease your business advertise YOUI stock in the OUTLOOK I f 0 I k 5 I Commissioner s Sale BATH CIRCUIT COURT jS Roberson TB Vice 1 X Plaintiffs 7i versusAhn Riley Gray Nancy Alice j iGray Defendants By virtue of a judgment and Jder of sale rendered in the BathJ A- rcuit Court at its May term 1910 in the abovestyled case the undersigned Master Commission will sell at public outcry to e highest bidder at the Court ouse door in Owingsville Bath j jCounty Ky at about one oclock fem on MONDAY JULY llth r if910 it being County Court day ii he property mentioned In the Af judgment towit 4 tCiA tract of land lying in Bath Jiftcounty Ky and bounded aa fol jlows On the south by the land + Taylor Grain on the east by the land of James Roe Gray on the tnorth by the land of James Ste hens on the west by the lands f James Stevens containing t 25 acres more or less and is the ame land conveyed to James Ri ley Gray by his father William Gray r Said sale will be made to satis j J fy the debt interest and costs of plaintiffs A S Robertson and T B Vice and also the debt inter est and costs of T S Shrout of which on day of sale will aggre J ate the sum of 36047 Said par c cl ofland will be sold as a whole ls it cannot be divided without materially injuring its value The sale will bernadeona cred t it of six months forthe purchase 0 price The purchaser will be re 1 quired to execute a sale bond with good surety payable the un dersigned Master Commissioner P perlpaid having the force and effect j of a judgment for the debt in terest and costs of the plaintiffs and T S Shrout and should the proceeds of sale exceed the aggregate amount of the debts in terest and costs of the plaintiffs and T S Shrout the Commissioner will take a bond with good surety for such excess payable RileyGrayest per annum from date until paid T The purchase price will remain JI a lien on the property until it fe v paid i IiiD W DOGGETT MC BC C Ollie Bright and C VV Goodpas iLter Attorneys FOR SALE A nice house1ant lot in town of Salt Lick Ky with 5 large rooms situated in the vithe townViear the Chris tian Church Will sell Worth the 4t 0 money onehalf down balance jI J t It d on2years time Known as the tDick Johnson propert Fo par iticulars wrIte cr call e Kimbrell box i44Salt LickKy Xoiice foultry liisGri Now js the time of yeartofeed ifjyour fowls a good tonic 114114 f IJi cures Cholera Roup Gapes Lim berneckand Canker When fed as a preventive it not only keeps tbeIDiCo Owinjjsville Ky Try it under the guarantee Ask for booklet on diseases of fipoultry 455I F J c LIGHT YOUR HOME Af WITH THE it i DAYTONIA r Acetylene Gas Generator f better safer and cheaper than v jJkerosene gasoline or coal gas nearest approach to imost can betveasily and accurately distin guished j1 f Well and Cistern Purfrp b pipe fittings the Perry pneu llmatic water system and plumb ing goods Oscar Palmer t Owingsville Kjr Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK i i lja X k