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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r k fc s i 4 h 10 L I fv p y 1- wr l4jJeJeLx c 1 2 t ingillt uttookr1 Jl tIi t = == rVOL XXXII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY JULY 14 1910 NJ l L- j Subscribe for TilE OUTLOOK Plenty of races at the Mt Sterling fair Bring your job work to TilE OUTLOOK office Stcr1inJCorn for sale Apply to John W Honaker tf Of course you are going to thei Mt Sterling fair Showers Tuesday helped to keep up the rain record Corif meal for sale Apply to 43tf ESTILL HONAKER Mound City paints wear longest and look best TM PERRY Co Some of our young people at I tended the dance at Ben Wrights Tuesday night rd v Rev Elmer Sherwood will holdS anallday meeting at Knob Camp ground Sunday July 17 3P Miss May Daugherty and Mrs Lula Herron entertained the La dies Aid Society from 3 to 6 oclock pmTuesclayJuly 12 GEORGETOWN F IRThe t carrlesyof the Scott County Fair Co is acknowledged The far will be held at Georgetown Julk J 2630 and promises to be a fine one c 4 NOTICEW Dd has opened a barberslfr 4St r t 4 1 t linj two doors Whites drugstore Sha1Oc haircut 25c Everything new and clean 7 0 I p Call and see him 501 j BUGGIES AT A DISCOUNTT fl SKrbuthas GO new buggies on tli hana andih order to reduce his stockpile will sell them i piora discoutt of5and 10 on each buggy July 1 Come and see his buggies if you want- one Cash or credit 511 i QUARTERLY MEETING Prof I Anderson ot the Kentucky Vies 3v i 4leyan College Winchester aM 1 eLi L t y 4NW MARSHAL Th Ongs 1i City n lastweek elect dDaYldftampetCltyMasha11n j tneptaceof Jas wJ re oijgried iEmmOM retained ti the taSc collectorshlp r The appointed a committee to settle I fl Judge W W Power V BATH COUNTY BsFew fI anyciwinties notcpntaining large 1J Deities have the banking facilities bfB4tiicounty There are six 1 towns with a total i of 8l8g6i09 deposits Besides x pr tjly a good deal of vBwth county nibn ir depbsited in JIa at Mt SterlingCarIisle hrburne and Hillsboro a t lb 1J C iDAYThe farmerf w e so busy Monday trying to f Y their crops of weeds or in fiieStingtheir wheat that the ninthly market was a practical e vthe attendance being the imalleBtleyer observed here on a t I Court dsiy exceptonce many years ago yrhen a snoWstorm and se J yertfcold kept everybody away exiptabout oehaIf a doze- n1l I pThotA 1 BRAMBLE DEAD k 4 t kI TlKHiMi Bramble 4of Forge Hill- r neigkbrhood died of heart dis 0 6Me early Friday morning and yria juried tQVitginiaSa urday fteroon Je was aged atKut65 yearsiTand is survived Hi bjrTiis wife Deceased was a well communityii r moumhig death x q f MM Bv BROTHER REAPPOINT f EuWB Haldeman who has ts A iuccfldco Bennett H St CornMa1ider of the entuckYgDi 77h viu0 the TJnited Confederate f rJasvt t M pp I1 Min i beivof his staff with SbCI tfcirra kdfMajor the same that 4 fie Kdd under Cpmmander Yburig y Young was elected Commander f Iijftaerrennel8ee Division I fc CXJiDvOR THANKS We wish 4 diumto express c throghthia bur deepeet gratitude to the many Ir1 nMfhbofB andk7Xriends who so rot kindly and nuSlyimi stered r tojbar water ICissEudora Hens yiC kythjrpughout her long illness za aM woo were with US at ber f bi We can give only ipur 1 heartfelt thamkg butthere is the t pIDai ofa reward to tho whc J give even a cup of cold water m Hisnai jMWAUCEHENSLEYr JAMES HENSLEY L oai JIV 4r J4 ta J lSwjjs q4r V215S il L f ctijl ii p 1 Jt i Or L 1 J i I jlY a 1 t 1I1i7 1 Y t t StSS 1 It a Jt j 4 4 JJ pJ II o II PERSONAL Mrs A N Crooks was in Cin cinnati last week SterlingjobTuesdaySG F Wycoff of Carlisle was the guest of his fatherinlaw Seth Botts Monday Mrs Lane of Mt Sterling vis ited her daughter Mrs Mary Met calfe several days this week MaryWoodfrom the lies Mill camp Monday GrangeCitytook home with her Mrs Mote WeaverMrs Molly Moore of Perry Mo widow of Calvin Moore is visiting Mrs Malvina Lewis at Salt Lick Mrs Ida Elliott returned home Saturday after a weeks visit to her niece Mrs Fulton Green in Mt Sterling Mr Luckfield Rna wife nee Laura Cole of Jeffersonville visited S Phelps and wife thenastTweekMiss leaves July 18ttb spend a couple of month afBardstown with Miss Lida Lit sey and the Misses Wood YorkCitMaury of Louisville after a visit to relatives here left for Louis yule Friday Three candidates for Congress were in town Monday Wm J Fields of Carter county E B Hager of Ashland and C Yr Mathers of Nicholas countyI Miss Margaret Rice daughter of James Harvey Rice and Miss Anna Barnes Rice daughter of Jeff Rice both of Mason county are guests of Mrs Eliza Dawson Fielding Hurst manager of the Hurst Home Insurance C9J Jtf rsburg yas r- htIolndlarnc of l 1fl ttf RewbereDGctc atUj thnding thlecti in the thtf opkinsVniv p a aIsaacthe foot of the town hill on the i Sharpsburg pike came last week to visi this half brother Newton Ar Shroiit of east of town atdpth relatives Mr Shrout knearcounty TexatMrs Elizj arns and daughters cc and Lou A returned I Mi week from a visit tb E ABiiford and wife at Pee bleso the two latter arid- ught r Wyriona coming wilR them Miss Irene Tackett Jfillersburg visited Mrs HarIris iind family several returning home Sunday NOTICE OF MASS MEETING Pursuant to the call ofits Chairman JT Kimbrough the Bath County Demqcratic Committee met in the Courthouse at Ow ingsville Bath county Kyol July 2 1910 at 130 pom for the purpose of determining the time arid manner of nominating a candidate for Circuit Clerk for Bath county to be voted for at the November election 1910 The committee ordered that the Democratic voters of the coun tymeet in mass convention in Owingsville Bath Co Ky on Saturday Aug 6 1910 for theJ purpose of nominating a candi date for Circuit Clerk to be voted for at the November elec tion 1910 On motion the committee ad journed The mass convention will be called at 2pclock p mr standard time JOHN T KIMBROUGH Chan NOTICE OF DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION At i meeting of the Democratic Congressional Committee of the 9th Disttict of Kentucky held at Mo eheadtKY t June 28 a convention was called to meet at Carlisle Nicholas county on Ju ly27IofthepurposO of nominat ing aPemocratlccandidate for Congress in the district Also mass meetings were ordered to be ldat the county seat in each county on July 23 1910 at oclockp m standard time fr the purpose of selecting delegates to the district convention at Carlisleonthe 27th VA YOUNG Chairman A G SULSER Secj J i1jl 4S ii w jiLr 1f ii s 1Jlt iil p DESTRUCTIVE RAINS The first half oflast week was distinguished by the number of heavy rain falls Corn and tobacco land was goodItroycdsome fields being abaudon ed by the cultivators Some ob servers estimate that from the washingof the soil and other caus es the tobacco production will be reduced onethird The Wyoming pike was much damagedand bridge over Happy Hollow or Stillhouse branch was washed away abut ments and all The wheat in the shock began to sprout and the uncut was blown down so that cradles had to be used in harvesting it much being abandoned POOLING SPEECH Capt E P madeilday afternoon in the interest of poolforheard him One of the chief I1rI guments of his speech was the implied threat that if the 1910 pool failed the society might throw the 1909 pool on the mar ket before the 1910 crop was was ready for market There is practically no sentiment in Bath county for the 1910 pool rELMER MADDOX DEADAfter a long illness of consumption El mer Maddox of Pebble died about 3 oclock p m Saturday July 2 and was buried at Bethel MondayHea daughter of John Paugherty of near Okla and a baby daughter eight months old He was a son of C W Maddox of near Alex andria Ind The bereaved ones manyfriends SEE TIlE AnnovAs a ready nf ansCf notifying subscribers subscriptions need re newingwe k at the o1 btloztheirOtJi OICfi Bf OKftEftJE OuTLooK WPUI like to havc Correspondent at the following ces send in the ifewsrwith reaSonable regularity VlsltslnndeheSharpsburg IJFive days of instruction withSi seasoning of fun and he Mt Sterling fair next week of fine horses can see ICORRESI t Rex Come ison and Dr A M Laird made a flying trip to Mt Sterling on the FourthOElmer J attn of Young wa- sheron his his way to Ashland The trustees met here Tuesday to finish up hiring teachers Squire Young wife and son of Yale were here last Tuesday Mrs Alice Russell of Lebanon is visiting her sister Miss Mamie Worswick stenographer for the Royer Wheel CompanyS H Bartholomew of Ward W Va returned home after a pleasant visit to relatives here We desire to express our sincere thanks to all our neighbors and friends for their kindness during the illness and on the death ofour father Simeon CramlMRS MARGARET CRAIN DREN We have a for the new railroad through here J T Kimbrell and wife ofJ Jeffersonville visited his brothers E C and James last week Mrs G L Myers of Washington has been visiting her sister Mrs Maud Laughlin for the past 3 o weeks The Salt Lick Lumber Co has its boom full of logs W T Snedegar of White Oakf was here Thursday on business Mrs S H Russellof Paducah left Friday morning for her home after a weeks visit with her sis ter Miss Mamie Worswick Oscar Hall of Ashland is visiting his parents here riled at her home near here T Squire B Davis buriaThursda Ilt i h e McClain graveyard Five chIl- dren survive her Wm Denton Frank JohnMiss Della and Mrs Debby Wills Her husband died in February1908 I I 1 U 1tftt r nk fililit= r Iif JiWi i a 4 GREAT SAGRIFIGE SALE 1OF SUMMER GOODS such as Wjrito goods of all kinds lawns ginghams soicscttcs flaxons suitings and in fact all summer goods beginning Saturday July 16 1910 getchoiceiReport of the Condition of the 4 Owingsvillo Banking Company Bank doing business at town of Owingsville County of Bath State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1910 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or i f 1O73689oRealCall Loans on Collateral Time Loans on Collateral 1 U S Bonds fSOther Stocks Bonds Etc Due from National Banks 1681759 Due ld88408kersDue from Trust Companies t United States and NationalS 47419GSpecieChecks and other cash items 5200 Exchange for Clearing House e Overdrafts secured and un 754033OverdraftsTaxes 157646tealOther Real Estate j 113396 53333Otherany of above headsji I 1 if h l Un s i A I 1O Vu 1nd r i 1Fo v Deposits subject to checkon fwhich interest is 8287179 Deposits subject to check con interest is paid r t Demand Gertifictes of Deposits on which interest isi paid ime Certificates of Deposits on Which interest is paid 1249560 9536739 Depbsitspn which in terest is paid Certified Checks Due National Banks 78123Iue State Banks and Bankers 372066 v 450189 ue Trust Companies ashiers Checks ou tandingtNotes and Bills r Bills Payable Taxe3Due4and unpaid vjk n npaid divid NJ P I ther Liabilities not included un der any of theabove heads t TOTAL 142979J 6 STATE OF r i KENTUCKYt SCT OF fI T H Brown Cashier of the above named bank do solemnJyI swear that the above statement is true to the best of my and belief T H BROWN Cashier 1910MyH c GUDGELL Notary Public JM RICHART Correct Attest I H C GUDGELL T H BitowN Directors PoorlyMrs Debby Wills and two chil dren and Mrs Nettie Wood of Pennsylvania attended the fune of Mrs Squire B Davis Grant North lost a mare valued at 125 Friday from colic G W Reffett of Frenchburg was here Saturday sales day Born Tuesday to Wes Thomas and wife a daughter Mrs Mary Thomas is on the list Mrs Mattie Williams of Mid dletown Ohio visited Mrs A Fanning the past week Jesse Evans of Mt Sterling was here last Saturday Sam Lathram of Owingsville was here on business Saturday H C Hackneyof Frenchburg was here last Saturday trading The Mt Sterling fair begins Tuesday July 19 Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK SS 4 j i0 44S r The Mt Sterling fair will have a grand display of live stock Hoiico Poultry fjaiscrs Now is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonic R41 1 44cures Cholera Roup Gapes Lim berneck and Canker When fed as a preventive it not only keeps them healthy but makes them payGuaranteedCo Owingsville Ky guaranteeAskpoultry 455 MARBLE AND GR NITE Monuments Tombstones- s and Markers 1 have an uptodate stock and pricesrightcelebrated silver grey marble a buying 4 r 1 f EUGENE MINIH1flScis the best place to buy BUGGY ROBES and HORSE BLANKETS of all kinds His Handmade Saddles anil Harness J j are the best and cheapest to buy none so good iiaC 2i machinemade saddles and harness ofall kinds er than elsewhereS 0 VULCAN PLOWS AND PLQW POINTS talways on hand tCom YindpFic I will sa om i I am yours for the best saddles and harness EUCENE MINIHAN awiNGSVis KY THE RACKET STORE 7 7 IrJt c Everything for Everybody ONE 2WTO ALL 2gallon covered buckets IJgallon covered bucket 51gallon covered buckets lOc Jgallon covered buckets 8c gallon covered milk cans 15c 1quart covered milkfcans lOc 12cTinPint cups 3 for 5c 5cTinTin wash pans lOc pricesMilk10c lOcTinTin teapots lOc Jelly glasses dozen 20c 30eTableglassesdoz150604015e Preserve stands 2535 48c pitchers 925a55Oc fG1i buttez dishes nlO The J Glaze sugar bowls Ip 15c Glass spoon holders and lOcGlassGlass vinegar bottles lOc i o c GlassmolasscsstandslO25cI I i rr Graniteware specialty 75cto35Q i I1C Black powder Sh ellsbOX 40c Jfi o Smokeless shells box 55c J fv I 22 cartridges box 13c I J 32 S W cartridges box 40c J 38SW Rivetingmacbines35e cartridges box BOc f 1 HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR EGGS 9 J R MAXEY OwinKsvili rridoI JKentucky at the1of business t1e3Otky Je1fRESOURCES Jyr Loans and Discounts with one or more endorsers as sureties 170 469 87 t tiReal Estate Mortgages 12548735 Call Loans on Collateral 00000 Time Loans on Collateral 00000 r3P USBonds 00000 Other Stocks Bonds Etc 4590000 1 34E857 J- t Due from National Banks 6413842IrDue frmStateBnksandBnkrs i l Due from Trust Companies 00000 64677 31 1 j United States and National ll Bank Notes 2154200 Specie 116694 tc 227 94 Checksand other cash items 17080 Exchange for Clearing House 40160 57240 Overdrafts secured 00000 Overdrafts unsecured 8989 Z1t 8989ZT Taxes r Current Expenses Paid 00000 Real Estate Banking House 300000 r rOther Real Estate 00000 jraitureand Fixtures lOOOOO- 1 OtherAisetsnotincludedunderS j WtriJ f c any of abekids oooooj1 tTOTAL 4428O514 fJ iJfX 1 LIABILITIES d h xr Capital Stock paid in in cash 50OdOOO e SurplusFund 50000 OO jUJ1IVle ro fits 2542648jA L L o pay Taxes 166919 76O967 irDeposits subject to check oh Lf o r i which interest is not paid 30084696 ttDeposits subject to check sJJ which interest is paid flDemand Certificates of D ont J on which interestis paid 00 Time CertificatesofDepositsonS r 5sc i 1 rlrWhIC m eresls pal I Savings Deposits on which interest y 1 is paid tOOO00 i Certified Checks 00000 Due National Banks 22422 tJc Due State Banks and Bankers 4ii9S29 Due Trust Companies 00000 Cashiers Checks outstanding 00000 Notes and Bills rediscounted 00000 i Bills Payable 00000 686251 Taxes due and unpaid Unpaid dividends Jooooo Other Liabilities not included un f der any of the above heads 00000 tJTOTAL v Vi44280514 ISTATE OF KENTUCKY T fCOUNTY OF ScT rI f BATH T I JJLacy Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly wear that the abovesttement istrueto the bJst of my knowledge and belief l dJ LACY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of July 1910 My Commission expires Jan 31st 1910 J R BROTHER Notary Public v f J B GOODPASTER 7 CorrectAttest X JNO T KIMBROUG- Hv i v u J LACy V Directors SS JI alij44 e J EI i t t2i iL f r t J I FIGHTING MADI nVERTHE RIOT WILL REMOVE MAYOR ATHERTON ONCE AND SHERIFF LATER o 1AT JOURNEYS TO TOWN 1CltyHas Been Run By the Law Break I rEvldence Incredible of Belief Executive Officers Shadow In the Capitol jBeforef OMayor Herbert Ath Newark will be suspended from his office by Gov Judson Har 1 omon and Vice Mayor John M Ankele Itlg wlll rule in his stead In that city oft A r riot and bloodshed This is as certain i J f M anything can be within human i 1 probability suss i der the recently enacted Eubanks law J LImed at the extirpation of lynching I Atkerton will be reached under the eetion of the municipal code of 1902 4 L the lirwSyhlch former Attorney Gen eral WadeH Ellis ruled was inopera i t tire Insofar as the bearings of ao cused mayors were concerned t Gov Harmon hastened to Newark M5 directly after his arrival from Charle Tolx stopping only long enough to get t a bite to eat and remove the dust ot rtraveLd4 As said upon his return he want J d to view the scene of the riotingI l iritb his own eyes to interrogate the r i tJIyorand the sheriff and lean their t f stories from their own lips It wai t rpilinly evident that he was eatocntly I satisfied with what he if learned On being asked ccoMrlM t kte Intentions he replied 1t5iedd h unfair for me to say antinrai this time because I am to be a judge tI c as it were in these hearings I must 1 Icontent myself with the mere state 1 ment that there will be action imme diately a r 4 1 WILLENTERTHELONG RACE f J Wright and Curtiss Monarchs of All 1 Bird Men to Fly From New York I to National Captlal 1i New Yorkone of the most impor I rt tot races in the history of aviation Is i planned to take place in the near fu f tire between this city and Washington S i 4 D C in this contest It is planned to feave both the Wright brothers and h i t JI Glean Curtiss take part and the aero tYY saata who have the contest In chart I ire juraHcing bal details The rate t JII Hfbe for a purse pt420000 t- t i J t r CurtIs ud the Wrig1ts p r V IIIJtkelr willingness jt t all h- t eH1 lfiinl0 Vi t i r etkdeeJ bieAeiiIt1 ire bIn I stops te FWIadelpMa and J U Js ltlpm with the iBnlatilng point p Beaewhero Inside the limits ot the 1 Federal capital 0 1t ONLY EIGHT DAYS TO SETTLE Mexico city MexBy all odds the ScbTeSt judgment ever fecund by a f I a Mexican court was handed down In- Vq the decision of the second civil courtt I r efthe federal district in the case of Ute Mexican Mine Development Co a against George D Barren aNew York I 1b I prompter who has for several years ISl beea operating In Mexican mines The 4 s f amount of the Judgment is 23059049 i r5p000000 In Mexican silver which fa equivalent to exactly onehalf that 1 jamount In American gold The dec alODIs final and Barron is allowed 1 fily eight days in which to settle 1 I Thl Is the last act in litigation which kas extended over a period of 10 Ii S7eiri t4 X OY BANDITS WERE CAPTURED 1 J lt t atjrt fceM up a street car la the real Jesio 4 Jaatet story book fashion and fatally ahet a police lieutenant whrf was a I 4 passenger Two of the youthful ban 1S 4ft were captured and confessedvta I jtbEir complicity in the criste but 1 i their missing companion for C Qe shooting H 1 ij r toej a4 AimTsklcWed Over Cliff t Ft Collins ColoW iH Allison L v V pmMent of the First National Bank 1 i t JBouIder was probably fatally hurt 11 id Judges James Garrigues and o4 ltilIarryPGamble of the state district I7kI severe injuries when x A na automobile In which thodd7 Y Ilag skidded over a cliff at Vlrginiadale S J f Bill 35 miles northwest of here and taA tI e tat ifJDied During Voyage A iJ On the arrival of the i th team r Arabic It was learned that 4J IO t Rev Patrick Lyons an American 1 f priest had died on July 5 during the Lyonshi l 7is Ten Deaths at Philadelphia 4 l 1c4ihiladelpbiaWfth the humidity tnan at any ip tHHe during the present hot wave and t t1 t Ule thennometer higher than 90 until J sun went down there were 10 prostratlons7ft l SDukINarrew Escape- S ofrnew54Ztti i eirea hs life to the quick thinking and aeiloa fLdY Crichton h r y1 Diaz Will Again Rule Ao t Mexico City Gen Pprflrlo flea i whowlll be 80 years old was reelect termiift h Btbli country J JI i 4 pSo lrJr of Jr s i J f t Ai d 1CJ J t rtJJLf PiG 1 t ft f l 1f 0L t zot at o tr 0 f 14Jt a f ty o I tJy ttt 1 1J l F it S 1ortl1f t1r t j 0 I t 4 k 4 + SSSt j = f I HAS PRAISE FOR P01NDEXTER CONGRESSMAN HAS CONFERENCE WITH ROOSEVELT Insurgent Is Candidate for United States Senator From State of Washington Oyster Bay N Y One of Colonel Roosevelts Important conferences was hold with Representative Polndcxter an Insurgent from tho state ot Washington- It can be stated that Congressman Poindexter left Sagamore lull with strong assurances that ho will have tho support of Colonel Roosevelt In his campaign fight for the United States scnatorship Mr Poindexter after his visit with Colonel Roosevelt saidNfl0 Is the tame old president The man I have worked with and loved and I am still going to work with He Is just the same as ever Ho is wonderful leader and ho Is still the leader I am tremendously pleased with my talk with him He must tell the details if he wishes of our conversation Colonel Roosevelt and I and my associates have always worked together and he assured me that we will continuo to gether1 Congressman Poindexter represents the district from which Secretary Bal linger comes In speaking of the visit of Mr Poln dexter Mr Roosevelt said Representative Poindexter and I went over together the political situa tion lathe northwest lIe assured me that he is in hearty sympathy with my conservation policies Mr poindexter Is a candidate for the position of United States senator and ho is pout ically opposed to that wing of the party headed by Secretary Balllnger M Polhdextsr II a fine type of a man4VuhIngtonSecretary Balllnger of the department who returned to Washington from Beverly Wednes day referred to a report from Oyster Bay that former President Roosevelt had espoused the cause of Representative Miles Poindexter as a candidate for the senate to succeed Senator Piles of Washington and said If the published report Is true Mr Roosevelt has been led astray by the deception of people who claim to be his friends Ho added that ho had taken no active part In the politics of Washington for a long time and denied that he headed the party In that state or any wing of it I do not consider Mr Poindexter a Republican be continued but a rank Socialist or rather if he is not one he will bo one soon TAFT TO TAKE YACHT CRUISE President Will Extend Vacation len Days and Make Trip Along Maine Coast ftiieIWu 2LcblaeLJacht Maf 1IWrnaUng oTbeeni4se will start oaJuly 18 on wkkHkrttTTaoBBlBg the uniform of commanderrinchlef of the navy which by the yll the same as that of- commanderinchief of the army and president Mr Taft accompanied by his family fwlll hoard the Mayower and weigh anchor for Bar Harbor and other summer ports of call on the Maine coast Bar Harbor will be the base from which short trips will be made to nearby points The party will sleep on board the yacht at night but will probably go ashore at various places where the golfing looks good A convoy will probably follow the Mayflower as it is regarded as too great a risk to have the president go to sea without assistance being in easy reach in case of accident BEGINS AN INFAMOUS RULE Nicaragua Adopts Reconcentratlon Policy Under Which forbears Spain Governed Cuba Washington The state deprta t Is informed that NlcaragBa icun the recoaceatratloa policy which made Span1aiIoIo Cuba so Infa mous i The department has the text of an order issued by Sebastlana Salinas of the department of Granada whjcb commands all the Inhabitants of the Mombacko Ridge to assemble within twentyfour hours in Granada without distinction of age or sex Persons not complying will be regarded as revolutionists and treated as such That Is if General Salinas thinks fit he may shoot them of starve them Into submission The people of this ridge are antlMadrlt and bey barbaJoIous manner Normal Corn Crop In Des Moines Ia IowaI culture James Wilson who a Ames said that Iowa would have a normal crop and that oats looked safe Carson Will Co Abroad WashlngwnMaj John M Carson thief of the bureau of manufactures of the department of commerce and labor has been selected to go abroad to look Into the general trades condi Lions and opportunities for nine Amer- Ican manufactures Treasury Gets New Building WashlngtonPlans have been cot pleted by the supervising architect of the treasury for a new building for the bureau of engraving and printing which Is to cost 1750000 Des Moines Building Tied Up Des Molnes ILFour hundred union carpenters were lock dout by the Muter Builders association or Des Moines Thursday because the carpen tore refused to work with nonunion structural ironworkers All big build- Ing contracts are tied up Two Die In RunawaySAshland KyIn a runawny Thursday Kirk Vollner and Jude Bruning two wealthy residents of this place were thrown from a rig in front of a traction car andInstantlykiliedS DS 16 11l i f 7 j o tf t t tFf I SSc t t t 5S I THE SONG OF THE COUNTRY How dry I am how dry am Nobody knows how dry am INDICTED AS JURY TAMPERER CHICAGO GROCER CHARGED WITH TRYING TO CORRUPT Indictment Furnishes Sensation In Legislative Bribery Scandal jp Brownes Case Continued Chicago A fresh sensation In con nection with the legislative bribery scandal arose when States Attorney Wayman Wednesday announced that an Indictment bad been voted charg- Ing John A Moloy a grocer with at tempting to corrupt Oscar T Morford a juror In the reoent trial of Lee ONoIl Browne Morford his wife and lis father Thorough Morford testified before the grand Jury Mrs Morford testified that shortly after the Browne jury had been sworn she went to Maloys grocery within the neighborhood In which the Morfords live Maloyshe said gave her two cigars which he asked her to give to her husband who had been accepted on the jury Maloy asked her to use her Influence to persuade her husband to vote for the acquittal of Browne holding out nsa reward of doing so that Morford would not have to work for a railroad lny more as be would get a lump of money 4 By agreement between counsel the II fl ON- ellE rlblng nep J te lo vole ror 4 r United i States- eutil wi r i DEATH Iff TORNADOS PATH Hits Circus and Shatters Tent Kill- Ing One Levels Crops Wires Are Down Watertown S DOne dead and a score injured the main tent and me nagerie tent of RIngllngs circus in ruins and two horses killed Is the result of a tornado here The spectators had barely left the tent when the first blast ripped tho canvas into ribbons The canvas taught fire from the lamps and was tarried blazing into the air by the galeIt was the heaviest hailstorm ever witnessed In the Red river valley It extended over the northern part of Grand Forks county and across Polk county Minnesota V In some sections the crops were pounded down to the ground and leaves were stripped from the trees Details are meager as all wires are down west Reports received from Brecken ridge Minn Grand Forks N D Sioux Falls and Brooklngs In South Dakota tell pf bad storms and much damage Inside the storm belt but de tails are lacking NAVY HEADS ARE FORCED OUT Captains Veder Wright and Under wood Make Way for JNew Blood Selections Cause Surprise WazhlngtonPlueked from the active list of the navy Captains D W Veder Edmund B Underwood and Edward Everett Wright were retired The trio of compulsory transfers completes the quota of fourteen vacancies necessary in the active list to permit promotions under the new blood provisions of the naval personnel act The selection made by the board of five admirals surprised naval of flcers American Warships at Marseilles Marseilles The naval academy practise squadron consisting of the battleships Iowa Indiana and Massa chusetts with 500 from the naval academy at Annapolis ar rhed In harbor Friday from Flpmoutb Rain Stops Forest Fires Calumet Mich Heavy rain here Friday broku the prolonged drought and proved a blessing to farmers whose crops were greatly damaged The rain extinguished the forest fires In numerous parts of this district Pastors Home Is Wrecked Neoga lllTho home of Rev R B Fisher pastor of the Neoga Presby terian church was dynamited Wednes day The building was partly wrecked and Rev Fishers wife was badly In jured No clue has been found to the person who threw the bomb Brazil Orders Sea Giant London Brazil has ordered of the Armstrong company a superDread naught of 32000 tons The armament will consist of 12 14Inch guns end 28 4lx and fourInch guns fqr f1ii tda1i5SJS 02 WRECK DEATHS NUMBER 23 Big Four Officials Place Blame for Railroad Accident at Mlddletown on Train Dispatcher Cincinnati July6Three names were added to the list of killed In the wreck on the C H D tracks near Middletown and the death of two more which Is expected by the physi clans will bring the number up to 25 William Anninger of Springfield an tlddletownPoint Me who died at the Day Jh hospital complete the list of those who lost their lives as a result of somebodys blunder Officials of the Big Four say that the cause of the wreck can be found In tho fact that train dispatcher Smith of the Cincinnati Hamilton 8 Dayton road In Dayton Is alleged to have busted or revoked an order giving the freight trait until 107 p m to make the siding at Poasttown and Is said to have failed to give the passen ger a copy of this order Had he given Pilot Wall a copy of this order the passenger train would have remained at PoastTown until the freight passed It General Manager Gould of the C H D replying to the statements made hero by Wall likethatitively r Sfl eleven monthllold baby hurled IIOfeetfrom the teleseaped second qar wreoX was tound alive In a a vbyfcpra etd inn hours after Xwrf tttfcbjvwJiorstiy by the wreck bqth parents having t lkm 19l1thihwreck HUGHES FOR CHIEF JUSTICE f Governor Will Probably Succeed Pie yule W Fuller As Head of Supreme Court Washington With the death of Chief Justice Melville W Fuller and the probable retirement of Associate Justice William H Moody of the Su promo court President Taft will have two vacancies In that court to fill within the next few months It Is generally believed that Gov Charles E Hughes of New York who has been confirmed as an associate justlceandChicago solicitor general of the de appointedIplace The other alternative suggested is that Mr Bowers be made chief justice It having been understood hero for some time that the president considered him qualified In all legal respects for the place It Is known however that President Taft has considered Governor Hughes also In this connection so far as hta abilities are concerned YOUNG TAFT IS EXONERATED State Commissioners Find That Presi dents Son Was Not Responsible for Auto Accident Beverly Mass President Taft was Informed that the state highway commissioners have completed their In vestigation Into the accident In which Robert Taft son of the president ran down with an automobile DI Gregor dlo an Italian laborer Young Mr Taft is completely ex decidingthatthe accident and the president will be informed that his son may have an automobile license as soon as he cares to apply for It Paris Faces a Railway Strike Paris FranceA general railway strike Is threatened The men who demand an increase in wages and other concessions Thursday voted to strike In principle pending the result of negotiations with the com paniesBuilding to Honor Bill Nye Salisbury N CThe Bill Nye me morial committee has decided that the memorial shall take the form of a building at the Stonewall Jackson Training school at Concord N C Girl Tails to Meet Man Shot RubyHirsch Wednesdaybyseven years old because she failed to keep a luncheon engagement Swept Over Dam Drowned Cedar Hill MoSwept over a mill BIgriverBishop and Charles Knlser of St Louis were drowned when the boat cap sized In the rapids rt j 1t jodF i J itT r SLAYER ISLYNCHED MOB STORMS NEWARK O MIL AND HANGS DRY DE TECTIVE HAD KILLED A SALOONIST Officers of AntlRum League Raid Near Beer Saloons In Which Man Is Shot and Dies LaterThen Trouble Begins Newark O Battering down the doors of the jail a mob of women men and children Friday took Charles Etherington an antisaloon detective who confessed to having killed a man here and lynched him in the public squareTho mob which bad been Increasing all evening at the jail became frenzied end refused to listen to pleadings for preservation of order They broke all the jail windows and rammed in the outer door taking the key from the Jailer They quickly found the prisoners cell on the second floor and then dragged by a rope the man was taken up Third street to the Bjunre and across the park to the southeast corner where he was strung up over the arm of a telephone pole The shooting of Howard and the lynching of Etherington Is the cal ruination of long standing trouble between the wets and drys here Etherington and twenty others all said to be dry detectives came here from Cleveland and other places to get evidence against near beer saloons At the first place no trouble arose At the second Charles Rich ards the bartender was handcuffed for over an hour At the third place visited the trouble started- A mob of 2000 gathered and threatened the detectives With revolvers drawn the AntiSaloon league officers retreated to a hotel The police In terfered there arresting eight ot the detectivesAt police station where they wore searched revolvers black Jacks and cartridge belts were taken from themThe remaining twelve detectives broke and ran pursued by the howling mob Half a dozen were caught and beaten The police rescued most of them A downtown crowd fell on James Henderson of Columbus and beat him ro severely that he was taken to the Newark hospital Ether ingto who ned to the ball park stumbled in his flight and the crowd set upon him Howard the proprietor of a near beer saloon the last place searched by the detectives was in front of Etherington when the latter drew zt revolver and fired Etherington was hurried to the jail with a yelling mob at the heels of the police who were protecting him All ft rnoon the crowd stormed about the place threatening to lynch the de tective T c wwcrdJwaf- in tromtJi New rJi08P that Hafatd Who 5 lMert epj 0 4 Oth4s v Un qiopparent1yhand When It became known l that Howard was dead an Immense cfrpwd gathered In front of the Jail the WI = dows were smashed the door battered in and Etherington dragged out knd strung up- Newark which over a year ago was voted dry has near beer saloons which the AntiSaloon league officials have In the past said they suspected of selling beer Feeling has been higr against the AntiSaloon leaguers for it long time FALLS FAR WITH AHiqfMil J t Baroness DeLaXReche Loses Head at Approach of Other Aeronauts Is Fatally Hurt Bethany Plain Rheims Baroness Do la Roche the first French woman aeroplanlst was Injured probably fatally hero Friday by falling from a height of more than 150 feet Baroness De la Roche had flown around the field once at a height of 80 meters 250 feet when suddenly in front of the applauding tribunes she appeared to become frightened and confused at the approach of two other aeroplanes She began to descend but while still 50 meters from the ground lost control of the ma chine The aeroplane turned over and fell like a log The baroness legs and arms were broken Her mangled body was removed from the wreckage and taken to the hospital where she is said to be dying It was found that her skull was fractured While momentarily conscious the baroness said that the rush of air from a motor passing over her head had frightened her whereupon she cut the Ignition and lost control of her machineThis the second fatal accident at this meeting Aviator Wachter having been killed One Killed In a Wreck Mason City IaOne person was killed and several Injured when a southbound Illinois Central freight train plunged Into Red Cedar creek near here Friday Fifteen cars went over theifoot embankment Plnchot to Speak In Kansas CltyJ Kansas City Molt was announced Friday that Gifford Pincbot exchief forester of the government will deliver an address before the Knife and Fork club of this city on the night of July 15 Triple Tragedy In Chicago Chlcagp A gruesome tragedy occurred at dawn in a little cottage in North KbJzle avenue Thursday when a woman crazed by jealousy and mel ancholia which followed marital discord of long standing shot and probably fatally wounded her husband Henry H Mulsaw twentyfour year old and her threeyearold daughter Annabelle then clasped the dying child to her bosom anU ended her own life by swallowing carbolic acid Mrs Emma Mulsaw the and mother vho did this also was 2K years old 1f11 J tr 0f Y t tJi 5 rjL 7t FOR WINTER SUPPER TABLE Preserved Cherries One of the Best and Most Delicious of Put Up Lunches There is an ancient superstition that cherries and milk are a combination that will Insure speedy death Therefore small boys and girls have been tortured with a most terrible uncer tainty when surreptitiously they havo gorged themselves with the robins perquisite or the later coming chok cherries and have then bad bread and milk present d to them as their sole choice of evening meal From a feel Ing of wlshIdared to whatdoIcare they have proceeded to gather the fruit of hidden branches possessed with that same eerie uncertainty about the future which a boy may have when he courts death with a giant firecracker Mothers have suffered from frightful apprehensions In cherry time Preserved cherries are amongst the most delicious of all the putup fruit and are as serviceable for pies and puddings as any there are If one wishes to extend the cherry flavor In this way The cooked cherry is de licious and considerably less sugar Is required for It than for preserves To candy cherries requires good deal more care than most domestic managers can take but some think it worth while since the produce has more flavor than those that are ar tlcVes of merchandise- To preserve cherries a level meas ure of sugar to a heaping measure of cherries Is a reliable portion Twenty to thirty minutes Is about the tlm required for cooking them The old fashioned long cooking was not neces sary and deprived them of their beau tiful color Cook and skim the sugar first before adding the cherries slow Jr GREEN TOMATOES THE BEST he For Frying the UnrlpVpnes Will Al ways Be Found to Give the Most Satisfaction Now that the tomato season Inhere the fact that green tomatoes are more delicately flavored and more delicious fried than the red ones usually cooked In that way Is worth a word of reminder Jot It down In the household new Idea book to be tried for break fast some morning or at luncheon with or without a meat dish Cut into thin slices some large per ectly green specimens they must no have begun to show any sign of ripen Ing and those freshly pulled are real ly the best for the dish sprinkle with salt and dip in cornmeal until coy ered Saute In a little butter until a nice brown Cover tho frying pan throughout the cocking process to keep the tomatoes tender They maybe brought to table with the a con paniment of a brown sauce or plain Cream Raspberry Pie Line a pie dish with rThkput paste and fill with a quart of raspberries sweetened to taste Coyer with patry but do rtot press JHltaL p tbt cd s small teacupful fs dfult ud Stir In tuZui ofctJrtf flOuF wnica been reviously wet with a little cold milk add oneytablcspoonful of White powdered sugar for three mlntues Pour the mixture into a small basin and beat In ths frothed whites of two eggs whip to a cream and let it get cold When Iho pie is taken fro mthe oven lift the top crust and pour In the cream you have made replace the crust and set aside to cool Sprinkle a little sugar over the top before serving Scotch Shortbread Onehalfi pound flour ontqnartei pound unsalted butter two ounces powdered sugar Sift flour into bowl rub in the btuter smoothly and add sugar Knead well with the hand un til soft enough to holdHogethcr Form Into o fell rrrjs with the palm of the hand until half aa inch thick sal level the toP with rolling pinttes B sheet of note paper and lay oiVsheet tin Decorate the edges with the fin gers Bake In a slow oven vAUl firm and pale brown A Molasses Pudding Still cheaper is this puddle whict Is also a good one to dototh1 home cook book Mix togeU 1 rce cupful each molasses and flour onhalf cup cold water one well beaten egg and one teaspoonful soda sifted Vlth tilt flour Steam one hour wltho it allowing It to stop cooking For the sauce beat to a cream one rourtl1s1cupto taste A Breakfast Pudding Boll three eggs hard cut In slices and lay In a buttered baking dish Makeacultan with two whole eggs one and a half cupfuls of milk half saltspoonful of salt dash ojt pepper and a grating of nutmeg Pour this custard over the slices of egg and strew the top thickly with grated cheese Bake In a moderate oven up til firm Serve hot- Anchovy Sauce Wash eight anchovies In cold water split open and remove the bones Wipe dry and pound to a pulp In a mortarAdd two egg yolks then dilute slowly with two tablespoonfuls of ollvf oil and two tablespoonfuls of vinegar or lemon Juice Add white pepper minced parsley and serve cold Rice Muffins These are particularly tasty ant one egg will enricn a dozen To the beaten yolk of one egg add a cupful each of cold boiled rice and sweet milk Mix thoroughly then beat In onehalf cupfuls of sifted flour Add two teaspoonfuls of baking powder and beat again Lastly fold in the stiffly whipped white of one egg and bake at once Asparagus Patties For asparagus patties select onlj asparagusCookcream sauce highly seasoned The past1shells 5t J 1 tro r 45sPS tJ sr f t Jw REVIEW OfT ADE h it Lt to From Some Centers Satisfactory Re ports Are Received Lack of Buoy ancy In Important Industries 24Lt New YorkRG Dun ft Coa week- j ly review of tnUte From several of the important p trade centers very satisfactory re ports as to general business are rer celred But on the other hand there 4IB an entire lack of buoyancy In sev era of the Important Industrie AUtc 1 Ic the markets now pivot on the crop reo ports Quiet conditions In Iron and steal are to be expected at this seascmintdustrial plants following the usual Jcustom of shutting down for Inven tories and repairs during the early part I of July In some Instances and par ticularly in the Chicago district steel mills remain open because orders booked ore sufficiently numerous to afford employment through the yearS Extensive curtailment of produc tion amounting In many instances to the Completo closing1 of large plants is noted In textile lines and cotton manufacturing plants anticipate con tlnued shutting down until the cotton comes to band or prices fall material ly lower The demand for merhan dise at first hands is very limited Spring lines in cotton are attracting imore attention and underwear and hosiery houses axe doing a better boil ness In woolen goods buying1 so farSIs on limited scale many agents en deavoring to postpone an ekrly opea ing to enable buyers to dispose ojstocks on band Dress goods ant meas t wear mills have curtailed productionSsharply and this is likely o continue more or less while the demand fox staples Is so quiet and unsettled Some larger Ahoe orders are place by visiting buyers in the Boston mar ket No improvement lies developed in the demand for leather Prices gen erally are weak and declining Fi declineS have occurred lit ncv4 varieties of hides and timbers are ojSeratlng more freely The costomarymldsummer dullness prevails at Louisville although fair activity is noted in some directions i Retail trade is quite good at dnctnaiL I and wSbyeisalo nouses report remark able actlvliyttn dry roodS with a briskv demand ksummer merchandise Footwear Unfairly active unit moit other lines are doing well althoui quiet continues In pig Iron Bank clearings for the first week jSfcjfc of July show substantial gala over rpreceding years at nearly i and reflect teavy halfyearly ettleJments through the baaksi total ex I 1rchanges for the week at all loading z + cities In tho United States beIng 3022502463 112 per cent larger thai in the corresponding weeka year ago i The gains are welt distributed bntr t most inotewortiiy at PWladeipbJa Bali timore and most cities ja the wesL Losses appear only at Claclaaati in ItiiNewOrieans jr f Ne h3etI f h4uafLLStats foritie w eke with Jaiyi S7 WereIS2aInzti96 test week 182 l e weekot1909 246 IB 18084 v 0 J185 In 1907 and 143la1906 Business failures in Canada for the Ti Y ifand1909 J Wheat Including flour exports frojn the United States and Canada for the week ending July 7 aggregate 1563 jS775 bush against 1631177 buSh last 4l week and 1412613 bush tWs week last year Corn exports for the week fere L 190072 bush against 114169 bush last j week and 47418 bush In 1909 4 THEMARKETS V do Cincinnati Apples Early1 Harvest275asbr transparent 2 bri Beans iWar t50 per hamper Cabbage ifKentucky Soc bri Cauliflower JliW rNI1liabox Dewberries J3a325 a bu Let tureNew Orleans U5a150 a brtcurly 7c pe rib IeathesGeorgiES t517Ea2 a crate PotatoesNov 225 I 2GO bri OOcall be Michigan 30a35c sweet potatoes Jersey 4 a hrl Peas New t25 a bu Plumsrta5al5 a box Raspberries Black 3a323 asfStrlngBeaDs25a30c each PoultryHeavr tolblOc spring ducks 3 lbs and over 12a 13c turkeys 8 lbs and over 16cgesse 6a7c Cincinnati GrIn WheatNo 2 red Jl08al10 No 3 red 91ca 105 TJo 4 red Sla9Cc Corn No 2 Ii63Yza65 i3cC7a60c mixed ear e6a6Sc white ear 65a67c OataNo3whlto 42a42c S standard white 42c No 3 mixed 39 a401hc BarleyNo 3 69a73e No t l y a 0INota83c low grade 78a80c s Cincinnati Live Stopk Cattle Shippers 6aBa7i5 butcher steers extra JG25a673 good to choice 5550a6 5 heifers extra 6610 com mon to fair 3a5 cows extra 525a r 50 common to fair 2a42S canners S2a3 Bulls Bologna 375a450 fat bulls J5a550 Calves Extra S9 com rto925 mixed packers J915a925 light shippers 950a960 pigs UO lbs and less 925a9GO SheepExtra 415a 425 good to choice 3 0a410 common to fair 2aM5 Lambs Extra 760a g 775 good to choice 525a750 com mon to fair 4a6 yearlings 4a525 tstock ewes ta475 extra 5 I Opens With Ten Entries East St Louis 111The first annual j aeroplane meet for novices will open In Washington Park under the au 1spices of the Aero Club of St Louis t The last three of the 10entrieshaYGCo arrived Li Stage Hands Gather 0 jWashington Delegates to the con l JSvention of the International Alliance ot Theatrical Stage Employes were eo Yfotertained by the local reception com c r mlttee The organization has a mein bership of apprxlmately 10no6 r I r 1- t qf i isj 1 g jo irz y t i ti a io 1 j II 117wIiflL1r- t r 0 I t J3ROSVN Ifl t r atKILDt imBj MtJ ED1Tll NICI1iNaTRA77oru YRAYW4L1a iFN r 77tf 1tvJ uEAR1L cwa e q I SYNOPSIS a llThomaS Afilmore und Henry Maine 1 tI4 i theVsrnors Orhiwohitai CarotcauoetiF 4brernor of North Carolina Those two I are tryhn to nit the shoea4 ot theiThthers while the latter ore miss a Inc RoUt states are In a turmoil over a one Applewelcht an outlaw with great otha4 p t let jut to make the other prosecute Ap Plwlcht Ardmore organizes a big hunt tttlRwnld also take the field Frank Col Una Atlanta reporter U arrested by Arda more but released to become press agent expeditioniip r 4a i f CHAPTER XIIIContlnueda 4 0 4i 1 Now well see whats happened said Habersham It looks almost too a J easyHo tThe members of GrIswolds party 0 i dbeen thrown round to thet h t1 1 fartherTBifdevof the church began to a VILi appear one at a time There was no t a BI among any of the band J ft fa hat Impressed GrIswold They w aU risking much In thla I t it eaterprlset but they were outwardly 1p i unperturbed and chewing theIr to t b5CO stlentlxwhule they swatted the qp r 4L return ot the o active agents In thei l r DSPlra CY had dealt directly 1 e1 witKAppleweiht Habersham count a 1 0 ed heads ana1 Announced all present u er accounted tor 4t t t The tall leader who had ridden the t tht crawled circuItously from the rear ol- r ft the church His companion followed S v w a few seconds laterr t F j Wcte tot lUll all Ued and gagged I aa aeltUrig of his boss vdrawlM the i 1 derand the hoes dto the 4ta t t 94 back fence Rest o hJJKr 8 thought 5 a lies gone ahead but JBy may miss him and come bac Hes safe l enouglfln4 et wekeep away trom S Shfm walFfie ready to light out ef the I gang scents trouble and comes back 7 4 Ja jo tolook fer Billt0 I x YLje sure IWa tied up so he cant a SiqaIi FalOr y lll 0 r J 1H M asetUn of IideaIrts his ko backtleh i Arid jipw MM Habersham what ip weve Jre dols to make arun forp q J i Itlcl Itdiil In across the border audi ta j Mck 1Clto aNorU1 Carolina Jail I 1 wera4xhtfulIy beloeigs Thequcs a I 4 th 7cnnQdt itaU In one nIght V t aMffl we bettor loci him up some a i T bere on thjf sideithe lime arid take OMa f notherv J aAo 1 I e is Appwe8ghta- 0 ahock him tw-4f vuetuj much t14 tIt couaseled GrlawolctItsabig thing tor have the man himself tt Ult re hot for the matter of put Si Gov Dangerfleld in a hole Id favor hurryng WIth pPle eig httolCehimblajust for tie moral effect of eat fI ti of South Carolina a Vii Wed nake a big killing for the adI a alBlstratlon that way Habersham rightjI t your hands 1Vl1lcbGov OsoornepIla 4 a EOtpntJiately been rorref plieaIbrsam In a low tone that heard by no one but his old pro t cepfcrYoX4 4 t beder get over the idea 4 J tbmt tertafrald of this outlaw re 1jobGrfs jikL The governor of I r Nocit Carona ire ot call his spul r- Ii Ii wnwbero ese bIIlpeoplo aro eeiC ecii but the governfSh-l fit l CaliEa is adUlf rentsortle 1W1in they thus stood on South n waiting toi the sate and if f jllte auipereIon of the Yount ebo congregation before selsing ther a a p ptiye they had gagged and U dat S i i JtII rear of the little church the fates Wre ordering a very different tez aa 4 alBAtton of the nights business MM Jerry DaBgerfleid flallywiskleI1 fo awti Trfa edukeot 01t t with o thought but to widen the dls- s iti jbjtiirega them turned off at a a Jsnv rcroHroad which began 1 JtyeoS teb t leceneratedraPldlYIDto t 1e Me through which she 0 I WU obliged to walk her horse Be I i d fsiehe was aware of it she waaln tfci Wet of cleariic where laborers l t c ka41iil7beenVcuttlig Umber and 4 s IJ l be loaad ba turning to make her frof JG wajr mt that she was quitO lost foi- r j- r JJio three trafiaalli Beemlngly alike 11 oo j tOinto the forest She spoke 1 aV IHCtOthechonetoreure herr 1 t t s sell aad smiled a ihe viewed the i 1 5 gr pkalaaz ot stump She iniuat i tA4 hewever find her way hack to Ard- sticf Jejyifarthere were times when Jeny f t J Pasijerleld could be serious with her s r wsKthrMik it rarely pleased her to g5 fIL7V heiHiwik other people andsh j o hMW that the time had long passed hr her tetra o the house r I 8 ldaot know then JttI1Md witnessed her or that they had onblUCbed- 1f 1rr TeiieaBcs upon him for J abla cBBduct IB kemo road It was not Jerrys way to ac ltl ceKmiafortuHe tamely and after cir r t cl1a tile wall of Umber that abut C t S IH to the hope of determining where te9t4t atjr4 e a probably thei ledrmeie w great L t bowse or to sole lodge or bungalow faJyJe IbMIoet her ridingcrop in ri XtAJtsht aad she broke c4t a switch fr 1r 4 J teisrtife IU leaves lato the moonlight 1 Ua iiBgBOftlr M they rained t j h5Vuat41ii j alia4 of her through the IlngfBg4rJ t 3ti re4e e thinking to flrid help and 4 1 g4ebacktoArdiley thenthe musicr f1I wa r and lights now fasbed orwarNd itJ J r4 1 I1 r 1 rltrrt 1 Ji 1 t i1 1 I Jl to J r t1 j t1l9 t t7 a j rEink- t t ht j J t t trI A C oJto 14 r p ch Ic v f I 1H f h JI t aiikA l I o- r1lI 1 I 7rn jsPo t T 4 J S a P Im much more lost tItan I thought I was for I must be away off the es tate she reflected She turned and rode back a few rods and dismounted and tied her horse to a sapling She was disappointed at not finding a camp of Ardmores woodcutters to whom she would unhesitatingly have confided herself but it seemed wise now to exercise caution In drawing to herself the attention of strangers She did not know that she had crossed the state line and was In South Carolina or that the singing she had heard floated from the windows of Mount Nebo church She became now the astonished wit ness of a series of Incidents that occurred so swiftly as fairly to take her breath away A tall loosely articu lated man came from the direction of the church and walked toward her She knelt at the tree and watched the moonlight giving her a clear view of a rustic somewhat past middle age whose chief characteristics seemed to be a grlztled beard and long arms that swung oddly at his side The brim of his wool hat was turned up sharply from his forehead and she had a glimpse of the small keen gray eyes with which he swept the forest before him He freed a horse which she had not before noticedandhe expected him to mount and ride away to Join others of the congregation whom she heard making off in a road beyond the church Then with a bamedIeyes two men rose JuEjfas he was about to mount there was no outcry and no sound of scut iling so quick was the descent and so et the understanding between the wasIsaddle She had a better view of hiii now that be was hatless though a gag had been forced into his mouth and a handkerchief tied over his eyes so that he presented a grotesque appear ance Jerry was so absorbed that she forgot to be afraid never In her life had she witnessed anything so amaz- Ing as this and now to her more Himself complete bewilderment the captors workIlUlddisappear utterly from the face of the ieartiV In the woods to her left she thought she beard a horse neigh then she saw shadows moving In that direction and again from the road she eard ithe brief debate of the two men as to the whereabouts of Bill and it struck Jerry humorously that he would not soon see his friends unless thfey came and helped him out of his predicament It may help to an understanding of Miss Jerry Dangerflelds character if it is recorded herethat never In her short life had she failed torespoad to- fthe call of Impulse She was lost In the woods and strange men lurked about amanhad been attacked seized and left sitting in a state of absurd helplessness on a horse pre Bumably his own and there was no guessing what dire penalty his cap tors had in store for him Quiet reigned In the neighborhood of the church the lights had blinked rout the bang of the clotting shutters reassured Jerry and she crept on her knees toward the unconscious captive loosed his Corses rein and led it rap idly toward her own horse a little farther back in the woods Her blindfolded prisoner thinking his original captors were carrying him off renew red his efforts to free himself Jerry gained her own saddle in the least bit of a panic and when she mounted and made sure of the leadlngstrap with which her prisoners horse was provided she rode on at a rapid walk until she reached the clearing where the stumps again grimly mocked her She stopped to listen an4 heard through the still night first one cry and then many voices la various keys of alarm rage Then she bent toward the oner tore the bandage his eyes Vi jtJ 1 i f dJ M1 tmri lf i 1 7i f1J fIjo4 v 4C f t I J 100P a a a and with more difficulty freed him of the gag Ho blinked and spluttered at this unexpected deliverance then blinked spluttered afresh at see- Ing that his captor was a young wom an who was plainly not of his world Jerry watched him wonderingly then addressed hIm in her most agreeable tone Ton were caught and tied by two men over there by a church I saw them and when they went off and left you I came along and brought you with me thinking to save your life I want to get home as quickly as pos sible and though I do not know you and am quite sure we never met be fore I hope you will kindly guide mo to Ardsley and thereby render mo a service I shall always deeply appre ciateMr DUI Applewelght alias Poteet was well hardened to the shocks of time but the pleasantvoiced girl coolly sitting her horse and holding his own lank steed by a strap was the most amazing human being that had yet dawned on Ills horizon He was not stupid but Jerrys manner of speech had baffled more sophisticated minds than Applewelghts and the sweet sincerity of her tone and her frank countenance hallowed as it was by the moonlight wrought in the out laws mind a befuddlement not wholly unlike that which had possessed the wits of many young gallants south of the Potomac who had laid siege to Jerry Dangerfields heart put the cries behind them were more pronounced and Applewelght was noth ing if not a man of action Take these things offn me he commanded fiercely and Ill see y1 safe to Ardsley Not In the least replied Jerry who was herself not unmindful of the voices behind You will kindly tell me the way and I will accommodate my pace to that of your own somewhat Illnourished beast And as theres a mob looking for you back there all ready to hang you to one of these noble forest trees I advise you to use more haste and less cau tion In pointing the way Applewelght lifted his head and took his bearing Then he nodded toward one of the three trails which had so baffled Jerry when first she broke into the clearing Thets the nighest said Apple weight and wed better git She set the pace at a trot and was relieved In a few minutes to pass one or two landmarks which she remembered from her flight through the woods As they splashed through the brobk she had forded she was quite confident that the captive was play Ing her no trick but that in due course she should strike the high Renewed His Efforts to Free had and pris from and road to Ardsley which she abandoned to throw off the duke of Bally winkle It was now ten oclock and the moon was sinking behind the forest trees Jerry took advantage of an occasional straight strip of road to go forward at a gallop but thesti stretches did not offer frequently and the two riders kept pretty steadily to a smart trot As they walked their horses through a bit of sand the prisoner spoke Who air yu little gal Jerry turned in the saddle so that ofherI am perfectly willing to tell you my name but first It would bo more courteous for you to tell me yours particularly as I am delivering you from a band of outlaws who undoubt edly Intended to do you harm chucklinglaughhis bonds but seemed resigned to his strange fate He had not answered Jerrys question and had no intention of doing so The sudden attack at the church had aroused all his cun ning Apple weIght alias Poteet wau an old wolf and knew well the way of the trapper but the bold attempt to kidnap him was a new feature of the game as heretofore played along the border He did not make It out nor was he wholly satisfied with the girls explanation of her presence iu that outoftheway place He had several times called out di pathsInthe main trunk oad of the estate The red bungalow Jerry knew was not tar away fler prisoner spoke again TO BE CONTINUED Her Plans DrldgetI i r if h Jfit hl i 1 i ffl f iP ie5iX1i J c fJi r iSTATE ABOUT l MOST IMPORTANT NEWS j GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY JI +UoI Iof + r U + 4i+ + of + + CLAIMED TWO VICTIMS Skiff Got Tangled In Anchor Rope of Launch and Upset Bellevue KyTwo young lives were snuffed out In a joy ride in a skiff on the Ohio river and two others had a narrow escape The names of the unfortunato young victims are Hen rietta Ackerman 16 who lives with her sister Mrs Lukens on East Third street Cincinnati and John Moore 19 son of G W Moore grocer of New lost Ky With them were Edna Quit ter 15 of Bellevue and William Gun nlwlck 21 of Newport The accident occurred near the root of Lafayette avenue Bellevue The quartet had hired a akiftfrpm P B Shumate proprietor of the Queen City ferry after casually meeting at the Queen City beach The boat struck the anchor rope of tho gasoline launch Little Jim and in their efforts to ex tricato the craft the occupants over turned the boat and all were thrown Into the rlver- KENTUCKYS DEFICIT GROWS Increase In 1910 Revenues Will Heir Pay Indebtedness H Frankfort KyThe receipts of e state for the fiscal year ending xvz SO 1910 show a decrease of 18 06 over the fiscal year ending Jun J3 1909 The receipts as totaled iffZ office of State Treasurer FarlyJo r 1909 were 683868009 while r jJlhe1743977776 which Is 9770064 wore money spent during this year tarifwa received The deficit last year was only J19480621 so that the present administration appears to be getting further into debt each year This deficit however is accounted for by the fact that the legislature met this year and appropriations were made in large amounts It cost about 150J a day to run the legislature It was generally believed that there would be more money collected this year than last There will be an In crease In revenue however this year of nearly JGOOOOO over last year and the large debt now against the state will be partly liquidated CHILD COMMITS SUICIDE rounded d by Her fIlgothe V4SrLouisville KyLyiDgoRacout In her room with her don and clothes at her hand Itea old Laura Dick fired a bullet through her heart and died instantly Deputy Coroner William Kammerer after Viewing the body pronounced I a case of suicide There were no eyewitnesses and the family is inclined t the theory of accident though circumstances support the view of the coroner The explanation of the deed Is tha the child was of an unusually sensi tive nature that she read and brood ed a great deal and become morbid She having neglected to attend t some housework hCmother ha chided her WILL ELEVATEAHETRACKS Ordinance Introduced and Work Will- COlt 300000 Louisville KyAn ordinance pro- vIdIng for the erection of tracks from the C ft O yards toa Junction of the L N in Louisville cia cost of 300000 was submitted to the board of public works by iL L Akers vIce president of the Louisville Jeffersonvllle Bridge Co Several years ago an ordinance was passed by the general council for the erec tion of a trestle connecting the Big Four lines with the L 4 N Railroad ata cost of 200000 Work on this trestle has not begun as yet Mr Akers announced that the won on both projects will begin as soon a the ordinance submitted by him t passed by the general council Louisville KyfelvlnSmlth 19 years of age was drowned and his companion L T Hatcher rescued a he went down for the last time when their canoe upset in the Ohi- oPadueahAnnouneement was made here that the Burlington railroad which is building from Herein Iii to Metropolis IlL 12 miles below here would connect with Psducah about September 1 The Burlington will use the local Illinois Central incline am tracks In making connection with tb e Nashville Chattanooga St Louis railroad here The transfer boat Duncan now on the way will be used between here and Metropolis This ar rangement will be contnued until the bridge of the Burlington Is completed at Metropolis Louisville Locil millers rejected the proposition of 1 per bushel for wheat made them by the growers of Jefferson county and the farmers as sert that they will be swift to pool the crop store It In a warehouse until the price is met or sell io outside markets Lawrenceburg The body of Hon W Hrmlton Morgan who died In Har rcdsburg of paralyss was brought here to the home of his brcther Judge wills H Morgan where funeral serv Ices were held after which he was in lerroi In the Lawrnbur cprae tery r Sal t 1LIA Vta 5 f J fl i r H f IIV J1 J I The Commonwealth I Carlisle J hn J Cook one of the most promlneiU farmers of this coun ty died at the home of his sister Mrs Rosa Allen itt this city Mr Cook was about 75 years of age Hopklnsvllle Tho parable of the prodigal son was In real life here at Zion Colored Baptist church as a grand cllmaj to highly successful revival that hat been in progress soy eral day- sPaducahIabes corpus proceed- Ings have ban instituted In the cit cult court to secure the release ot Guy Dean vho with Tom Ferrin of emmitting the Pool road murderFrankforRepreentativo Harvey Myers otjOVlngton intends to seek tho Uegislature again in his dlarict and ixpecta to be reelected vlthout opposition either In the primly or the general election Lexlnabn Fifteen yearling thor oughbrers from Joln E Maddens Hambui place were whipped to Sara toga vhere they are to be handled by thqr astute owner They were broker before they left the farm but they live never been tried for speed NevortWlllfnm H Shannon 22 living at Gallup Iaw5rence county pas been employed for the past year by tho Chesapeake Ohio rail caught in the gearing of a4ster ateam dlggerhls head and o being completely from his bo t anrlne Fifty white oajt rafts be Icsging to Mobray Robinson were 7ii loose from their moorings and down the river and Jver the dam tL6ck No 11 The timber was es timated to be worth 25Odo The total loss to the company wlll probably be 15000 StLexington County Judge jj Scott completed the work ofj redlirlcting prefseveral weeks The new yoUng map will show 50 preclnts 33 of which will In the city and 17 in the county This is an increase of seven In the city and two in the county HlckmanThe railroad agent here and the express agent both refused to ship Glp the monster 320pound boa constrictor snake carried by a car nival company which has been show lIng here and they were compelled to have him hauled over land by livery stable rig to Columbus their next stop Bowling GrcenProf W A White head of the State Normal school brought suit for divorce against his wife alleging abandonment Both are prominent socially aiM the suit came as a surprise Prof White is teaching In the Chicago university for the sum met while Mrs White is visiting lathe east Lexington George Crawford alias George Wlthrow a negro who escaped fton the Frankfort pe tentjary De tcember6 1002 was 4 here and returned to the prison Qrawford waa ccxtaoeiiilo lklstreet by Detective Henry Baker wbo at the Umeot the escape was a guard at the prison- HarrodsburgWihflam Winkle hag filed suit In the Mercer circuit court against the CN 04 T P Railway for 2000 alleging that a train of the- t defendant company set his barn on fire destroying it The barn it is alleged at the time It was burned con talned 300 barrels of corn farming 1m plementa and a mule GunntwomenIdence 353 South Mill street after a yearsIIand her husband celebrated the fifty fifth anniversary of their wedding Springfield Convinced that the NQwarkIHtrtwell Etherlngton who lives at Willlsburg near this place started for the Ohio town He did not complete 1the Journey however as he was ad by friends to spare himself a trying ordeal by having the body sent home IMarrowbOtieAt Burkesvllle Carlo Stailey a white man and Hoover Bates a negro broke Jail and made their escape Stailey is under Indict ment charged with cutting with in tent to kill This Is his second escape from jail He was captured only a few days ago after having made his first escape The negro Is charged with attempted criminal assault IeHarrodsburgThewUJ of Judgq W Insa car was probated In the county court here He directs that all his property be converted Into cash as soon as prac tlcable and divided onefourth to hIs- s mother Mrs TC Bell and three fourths to his wife during her widow hoodLoulsvfJ1eJudge Evans In the federal court overruled the motion of WD Fitch and others for a receiver for the Green River Coal Mining Co The complainants contended that the mines are be ng mismanaged Judge Evans said he did not se the neccs laity of a receive- rOwensboroAn order has been en toned In the county court for the holJ ing of an election for coroner of Da vless county in November to fill tho vacancy caused by the death of N M Lancaster Tha county Judge will ep 1point a special coroner during the in tervening time New York Miss Mary Power who with her friend apd guest Miss Eda Sieger of Maysvllle Ky were struck by an electric train at the station at Bronxvtlle died in Lawrence hospital Physicians at the hospital hope Miss iligger may be able to leave for her home in Kentucky within a week Jackson Scldon Hargts eldest son of former Senator A H Hargis died of acute indigestion at his fathers res idcnce He wan 28 years of age and leaves a widow and a child aged months Funeral services will be beta at the grave by the Knights of PjrthUa and Mrster MasonsV k2i fj Wif t II TIR1fC JJY m rf a- qV A t j I t 3L1j r i SNOWBALLS fi tBy Littell McClung t J CoPJi IlglCJ by Associated IJterU7 Pruu rJames Merchant Professor Mar chant his scholars called him despite his youth longed to be out of dCora Inside his room in the Latin school It was warm and uncomfortable Tbe Janitor had done his best that day and the radiators were throwing off an unusual amount of heat Outside the air was cold and clear and the snow a foot deep lay sparkling like a jeweled mantle in the afternoon sunshine When the last class was over Mar chant arose with a yawn and began to put on his overcoat All the boys had rushed out into the snowall save Walter Beale a handsome quickwit ted lad of fourteen WellrJ suppose you are going for a slide thlsNvfternoon Walter questioned his teacher pleasantly Nope reJolneoXtoe lad Going snowballing today professor he re pLed Theres going tNe a snow ball battle between the LaUn ichooi nd No 33 You dont say queried Marchant- at once interested I hope the Latin school drives No 33 oft the field We beat them in baseball you know That we did agreed Walter but we wouldnt if you hadnt been pitch- Ing against Professor Hanson And we wont beat em this time it you dont come along and help us The boys told me to ask you about it We certainly do want you professor for Professor Hanson is going to lead the No 33 army The boys really do want me Wal torT asked the teacher Joyfully You Just bet they do profeMor exclaimed the boy Theyve Justfgot to have you thats all there is fa itt Then Ill go announced Marchant taking off his overcoat Walt till I set my sweater out of tho closet The next moment teacher and scholar Joined a throng of boys kicking their way through the snow to an open lot near the school on which two mow forts had been built The young warriors hailed their teacher with cheers and pressed forward to the scene of impending battle Already the forces of No 33 were on hand led by their captain Professor Hanson Hello Hanson cried Marchant when he caught sight of the rival tender You out for blood again Remember what we did to you on the diamond last spring For answer the cohorts of No 33 yelled defiance at their opponents and scurried out of the fort to gather fresh supply of missiles The leaders met and it was agreed that ten mln jites should be given for the making liii storing up of ammunition Both jllg Stlred ito their ramparts which were about flftyytrdr apart and each ho began to makesiowballa as fast his fingers could work The sun shining brightly and the melting snow on top made balls of Icy hard ness Piles of the missiles were stacked up behind each fort and on signal the battle began Lcd by Marchant and Hanson the boys sallied forth and In a few seconds the air was full of flying bullets of snow A large crowd gathered on the adjoining street to witness the contestSmarting from memories of defeat on the diamond the boys of No 33 made 8 concerted rush on their opponents and drove them scattered ind running behind their fort of snowBut Marchant called to them to rally and save their ammunition for a charge Though stung by the shots they had received they responded to his appeal Hands and pockets full of Ac1companledAbility The parallel case of Sir Walter Scott naturally comes to mind when one reads how Mark Twain lost his lifes savings In the collapse of the publishing house in which he had Invested them There Is however a close parallel nearer our own time but not so well known Twice in his career Sir Arthur Sullivan after build Ing up a tolerable fortune was placed in the same unenviable position as was Mark Twain when In 1895 his day balance disappeared In Iralny of a concern in which he was interested And the famous composer met financial disaster with the same equanimity as did the author By far the greater of the two finan cial disasters which overtook Sullivan happened In 1882 and the newsI reached him under very cumstances In that year lolanthe was produced and as usual its com Doser conducted the first performance f J rk c i7Nl f 4t- S1I11 i snowballs they rushed bravely oa the i ramparts of No 33 waiting unWtheyI got within fifty feet before opening t fire When they did fire the ect of ftheir volleys was instaatanedua The JuttWe line of No 33 weakened and 4IHanson the leader frsAt i q t Marchant running toward his riValTgeneral andxring at him with every step One of Marchathots struck wIU i fitelling effect and i 5ison went tum bUng over a snowbantA lusty cheer arose from the Latin icriool charters and they rushed up almost to the 1 c enemys tortV 1 J Marchant lunged forward detflf mIned to hIt his opponent aga1ftk1e 4 moment he staggered to his feet I drew back his arm and as Hanson 1 scrambled out of the snow ho let go I a ball with all his strength mtfiUut 4icy sphere sUpped from his flqraOD a tangent and flew straight Into the cheering crowd of spectators There was a scream A young worn an fell to the sidewalk Marchant raa forward and instantaneously the bat tie ended for some of the boys Who had seen the accident knew that It might be serious v VaEverybody crowded around the pro v trate iflgure and Marchant pusbdIs way through the throng to hehbMthb a sliest taco of a beautiful young girt His jnowball which must have beer as as a baseball had struck her once Walter Beale burst A tfjigr y plD toal knees over the prostrate figure Some of you boys run fora e doctorS t While his classmates started in BCV eral directions for a physician a tao tor car came chugging up through the r snow Marchant acted at once p i Quick Help me lift her tal be a commanded to the several dozen frightened boys around him Instantly strong young hands lifted the unconscious girl into the automo bile before the owner knew what it jwas all about Walter Beale leaped in shouting the number of his home f to the man at the wheel Five min utes later a physician entered the Iwarm room where Ethel Beale lay 1 rstill unconscious He set to work at t t once for he realized that the casowaseq 7 serious Slowly the girl fne her t a senses or 1 For a night the doctor worked wlhahIs patient and Marchant waajbjeslde i him most of the time assletIagIn I every way he could Br the Bextl jr 4akthel Beale was restlng morefaibriibut the physician gav6 brstent tkat tjatheremostbne JJtei fherand tbatisiMgeiiie l ireoejoY 71 after day Marchant visited tieV Deal home He began to look OB her as his patl 1tHo felt that nothing he could do would make up for themV Jury he had Inflicted by his reckless fness But she assured him that his at tentlon and kindness had amply re paid her for her suffering Soon Marchant experienced s change ot attitude instead of beingV secretIlyhad come to know Ethel Beale She herself made life seem different to him by gently hinting that ill wlnda often do blow up beautiful clouds jposedding took place In June Come let me show you the most appropriate present 1 lave received whispered the prIde to her husband shortly after the ceremony She led him into the reception roonv and pointed to the large table in the centerSWhy theyre snowballs beex claimed Vhata beautiful bunch Who Eentthemi Who she echoed uWhwbo but little brother Walter ot course Trials of Literature 4 The stone age Poet mallet and chisel in hand was laboriously com posing a sonnet when the business agent oi the stonecutters union hapbenqd along Lets free your working card ole VV man said the agent brisklyVForsoothhaughtiiy exclaimed the litterateur why Tin1 a poetnota mechanic Well you have rib poetic licesse tc 4 run an open shop snappedVth Y unlonnunso It you dont want your poetry boycotted youd better stick to the thinking part of the game p i and hire a union Bmannepsls lllus 7 trated Sunday Magazine 1 JBlankets by the MillionVMore than 3000000 pairs of blan y hats are woven in the United King dom annuallyV r Y qasu- Geniuses That Went Broke iY r I On the day fixed for the production the bankruptcy was announced of the firm In hose keeping Sir Arthur had entrusted all his securities and he news of the crash reached the com poser Just as he was setting out for the theater In a moment says Mr Lawrence his biographer the result the work of a lifetime and of coon lOt had been swept away o From the monetary point of view he had to make a beginning all over again But unmoved by his ill fortune he conducted the first perform ance of lolanthe1 that night There may be some disagreements as to what constitutes our nauonal sin but there will be substantial ac cord as to who are our national sin ners Charleston News and Courier It must be hard to have a bunch J of relative to buy presents for says the Philosopher of Folly How do people think up so many cheap things that look expensive 4 l2Act iV 1V t 4 t r IC fPi tls ig S i t IT i T Of1N11LLE OUTLOOK PUBLISHED WEEKLY OWINGSVILLE KY q Entered according to Act of Congress at the Owingsville Ky Postoffice as secondclass t 2atterha 1 THE OUTLOOKS subscription I rates are as follows 1 One year One Dollar- Six Sixty Cents 01Threemonths Thirtyfive Cents I r 1NOcommissions allowed any Iil Subscribers desiring a change of address should give previous J raddress when writing JIt Correspondents shuld always get their items tQ not later than Monday if possible when t out of stationary mention it on a separat li of paper t Nciiter of general inter t est is keliorned bring It to u svithout layjf you wish it in sertcd dj J Advertisers wishing a change 4 I or discontinuance of ad hould S Inform us the week previous to to t publication day r e communications to JOHN W HONAKEU Owingsville 0 t ir5Ky 1t 5rIt If THURSDAYJULY 14 1910 lt4 N flOUN CEMENTS p c Ve are authorized to i f lft Will Jv Fields of announceS Yi 4 as a candidate for Congress ig I the Nmth districtOf Kentucl subjecto the action of thcI I tmtit fClt 9 ocraticparty = I t t We are authorized to announce canJBath County subject to the aci i r t tion of the Democratic party oc 4 r44 4I f 1 JOHN D ROCKEFELLER advo at ft cates a universal Christian church The idea of monopolYr j l f k is ever uppermost ttIt fj WALTER WELLMAN who threatened to go ballooning to 1 the North Pole but didnt now a r threatens to cross the Atlantic i i ocean in a balloon He needs to J1 fbtmakegood thIS timei= TEDDY is going to speak f li SenatorLodge the Standpatter cs w tidgethe Insurgent f old attempt toe f y S=tIme two horses 9 t f I tIons p j4S Zl XINGTON iZn1Q4tT JcSshall be adopted The commiion plan is a partial confession that the people are incapable of self i government i 5ci FOLKS who failed to go toRe f j mdsee the JeftriesJohnson 7 fight are denied tM privilege of tlr seeing it in pictures as nearly 4 all cities have prohibited their pp exhibition owing to a fear of t creating race riots t I JACK JOHNSON the worlds a champion pugilist lives in a Chi 0 cago ward with an overwhelming I f Inegro vote and may be t j alderman of the city as the politI i f ical reward of his prowess e f it publics with general Suffrage iJ b have their drawbacks iutf Iihas gonet f o has re r iceived so many Insurgents and Hte 1 promised Senator Beveridge to l speak for him in Indiana He e SZ i Poindexter know that he favored J t 4 his election asU S Senator from 1f Washington against Ballingers tyc man Taft and the standpatter J 7 are not feeling brash i Jj IT was in London at a tea iI j A Vanderbilt by birth 7lowedtnat drj 4 I the Vanderbilt among the AYn r1 1 erican Aristocracy occupied a 4 Jir higher socialposition than the I t tr Asters Astor by marriage k 3 h the Asters stopped t ti t a tskmmpgskunks for generations r f began cpl i lectirfg ferry tolls Which frI n b ttptttyneat sample of femmlpe 44 I i- q t tJ 1i i I CORRESPONDENCE t 1 1t 1 Slate Valleypt 4 l f The farmers are about through rc with the wheat harvest which t JJf r was very good The oats croir looks fine The clover mea do- wfitJ4 Sill Y were never better but on account r eo much rain it will be difficult to dtiton I f t A cloud burst did much damage 7t j tofani1ers on Nayldrs Brand t l fft 1a iedyd Iast week- S t j t t The Fourth of July passed off f Z73 very quietly in this section ffjY 1 J Chris Garner wife Clarence Ml1irt 1 ht z t pFeI IX Warren ab Craigs Satur i 1fA l day night and Sunday 1 r Blackberries are getting r i dont think they will be plentiful- Etee I l ttt 41 Rudder and family were rlJJ guests of Mr ahd Mrs A K h rt f Coyle on Prickbt Ash Sunday eA 41p r 1 tr i j4 Hi t trt f i ti i I i ccz-t 11 4rJ JiiA v J I tI f t ci r iJ tttJ AZb kii 7fI 1 Y t 1 9 f f If h i 1 47 X J if t L i K 7Ii r a j f J i f= Ah9 r l IMrsbetter of her illness Henry Gregory and wife o f Craigs visited the formers wifelSunday Maryl101laere the past week Little Irvine Shrout Gregory visited his grandparents James Gregory and wife the past week Ewinfc Conner delivered his last years crop of tobacco to Snodcgar Brothers last weck Mooros Ferry 1bottomshas done considerable damage preachedhere t V Miss Mamie Razor ofS ltUd is visiting her grandparents G W Razor and wife isiAtchison Miss Anna Otis began went H tgin her schoolat 10werSaltck Aparty of young people from are camping at lies Mill Upper Prickly Ash Mrs Martha Manley has beer daysbutMrs J D Stone continues illI John D Manleys children all been sick but are about well Again Perry Goodpaster visited tlve i gn White Oak Sunday Willie Hamilton and wife visited John Oakley on Roes Run Saturday anUvSunday John Coyle and lower Prickly Ash visited Willie Hamilton and wife Sunday night Alburn Shrout and wife of Rey noldville visited here Sunday Coburn S Hamilton will leave Monday to visit relatives in Clark and Montgomery counties Owlngsvillo R F D 3 Married July 6 Phillip Whit ington and Miss Susie McKin ney The groom is the oldest son of C L Whitington and is popular young man The brides the daughter of Mrs ElizaPage anc her first husband John McKinney She is a hand some and industrious young lady and lookedcharmingin her of white silk They were nccolpanied bythq brides Ruth M Kinre and E C P aul1 Bffv Ed nthffe7d the ceremony After the embriy they returned to Mr L Whitingtpns home Cmnice supper awaited them following day they were at home of their aunt Mrs Rawlings where a nice dinner njoablefriends wish them a long and happy life Odessa Miss Nannie Peed of Owings upperWhite11th Mrs J W Snedegitf be the Wyoming school July 5 J VV Snedegar will move to Wyoming this week James Shrout began tedching at lower White Oak Monuay 11 never came before and caught the farmers in theseparts with not one acre of corn laid by Some have not got oveKtheir corii byIgpMrsE Jones of Ow daughIterrij5pJi Oil Snedegar of Owings ville visited her sister Mrs Will Wilsdn Friday of last week J T Gudgell is carrying a very runningiCrooks Misses Leona and Cloreen Will iams visited their grandparents OlymIWill Steele of Flat Creek was here Sunday Albert Hatfield and wifeof Peeled Oak were guests of Tom Crouch and wife Sunday Born July 11 to Jess Parks a H wife n son Miss Carrie Ncxpn began her school here Money morning Born July 6 to Clarence Mc Carty and wife a son John L Vice shipped a double deck carload of lambs to Jersey City Friday Jess Pendleton wife and little son of Stoops visited relatives here Sunday Elder Adams filled his regular ValleySaturday Dave Gilbert of Midland vis ited relatives here last week SatIurdavtill 1 1 JIs t- 8 t SJ Yr I ji i fu l r 1tI 1 1 t b 6 ler t i P4L4 I 1Olymnia y Mrs Lou Ronsor began chool at Sour Springs Monday visitingherMiss Louay Wilson of Pine warlsthisThe icecream supper Saturday nightwas a great success They took in 3l30and everybody had an enjoyable time Miss Ethel Swarts bigan the school here Monday Mr and Mrs IIomp n and two little daughters Mrcsville are visiting their duughtoi Mrs Herbert Costigan I Orval Hart and vife and Minnie Marshall of NewpViare visiting his fathr4 Thos f1rt V Miss AnnaxShultz and Irs Clemmie Wells wtire in Owiigs ville Tmne1Mrs Lou and daugher Grace of Ashlanu are visithg friends here Mrs Lucy Hart is very sick IBorl July 7 io James Pcnii a fine son yv Rev Battenfield filled his reg ular appointments here Saturday and Sunday Several from here attended the childrens exercises at Union Sunday night Stonstono Mrs Frank Trimble of Mt Sterling visited C B Reid and wife last week Frank McNal ano Lee Wilsori of Odessa visited J MsStecle land witweekSMiss Kate Moxley bn her school at Sugar Grov Monday Wm Anderson and wife of Nicholasville and Miss Lottie Bittinger spent Sunday with Miss Mildred Garretti Several from here attended Childrens day atUnion Sunday Rev Knox filled his appoint ment at Corinth Sunday Wm Henry visited friends at Crooks Sunday Mrs Sam Blevins who was visiting her sister Mrs Alex Kar rick Friday took very suddenly sick and had to bo taken home but is better Milton Turley wife and Miss Lula Turley of Mt Sterling DQnohewElmer Karrick returned home from Ohio last week Robert Wilson ois Spencer isr Jl friends and relatives here k U11c eJohifni Karnck is some better of his illness daughterMissday with Mrs Ella Donohew in Mt Sterling Miss Mary Lyle is not much better of her illness Mrs J M Steele who had been visiting her daughter Mrs G C Johnson and family at Lee City returned home Thursday and Mrs Johnson came with her to visit friends and relatives here Born Monday morning July 4 to Espy Hart and wife a ten pound boy vjf fahflyfOwingsville till Fridaywith Jo Ray and wife and went to Thompson station Friday to visit J W Johnson and family MtBSliss Mary E Ginter of Pres ton spent from Saturday until Monday with Miss Lena Alex ander Stoops Some corn has been laid by Wet weather has ruined the clover crop Miss Fannie May Cassity is very sick Rain last week in this section did damage beyond estimate Tom Satterfield is able to be out again after severaldays sickness James Hicks and wife were at the bedside of their daughter Mrs John Jones near Preston last week Henry Orme of near Mt Sterling is recovering from a severe spell of typhoid fever There is the greatest demand Everybody in the race for clean fields- Kissick Northcutt of Judy are repairing the schoolhouse Mrs Nannie Byrd of North Middletown and Mrs A B Moore of Salt Lick were guests of Mrs Thos Warner last week Many acres of tobacco were so badly scalded last week that it can never make anything Ed Gallagher is building tobacco barns each for T N Coons Frank Byrd and E Lv Fassett Lightning last week killed a fine colt belonging to Roy Byrd Richard Wills of Ewington was a visitor here Sunday rj = i tr zt 4S Xy f t ty Jr Jj J lcf4 f 1 p 1Tff J r Montgomery County Kentucky FAIR ASSOCIATION- MT STERLING KY 10tTuesday 2yearold Trot 8300 Tuesday 3yearold Championship fivegaited class 200 Wednesday 3yearold Trot 300 Wednesday lioadstcr 100 Thursday Sweepstakes Saddle Class 300 Thursday 230 Trot 400 Friday 225 Pace 400 Friday 3gaited Saddle Class 100 Saturday Combined Class 100 Saturday Light Harness Class 100 Saturday Suckling Colt Stake 100 800000 IN PREMIUMS Cattle Sheep Hog and Poultry Shows t Liberal Premiums in Every Department 1000 PETER TIlE GREAT SEASON Chariot Races Riding Hippodrome Races Guideless Yonder Races Daily M1DWAY NIGHT AND DAY Clean Moral Shows A JULY 19r 0 21 22 and 23 191O MT STERLING KY JAS R MAGOWAN Pres W C HAMILTON Secy G Y TRIPLETT Asst Secy Thos Chapin moved Monday to the Bigstaff Cockrell farm A small crowd attended the ice cream supp r at Somerset last Saturday night The turkey crop here is almost a complete failure Christmas turkey will be higher than the roost this time Ij r Ast1gerOUSattflie that stflfco citizetis haves ootmgoon the 1 tiliEWg ljtw- sonlfn e thTJaflbidi- ng cit en s Thos Crockett Und wife visit ed the family of Arch Toy near Sideview Saturday and Sunday Loe Trimble is carrying the mail on rfd 2 while R M Free land is taking his vacation Taking advantage of the fair weather many Montgomery coun ty farmers had their binders going all day last Sunday On Thursday afterndon Mrs Bert Sanders had a narrow es caep from drowning by driving into Hinkston when it was past fording Mrs Sanders had cross ed a short time before but a rain up stream caused ittq rise lmnd Mrs Sandersrhptthink5ng the water was any in The timely arrival of Mr San ders saved her from drowning bkla Born July 3 to Thos Reed and wife a son School began here Monday with Miss Stella Dawson as teacher Our protracted meeting has been postponed to August We had the heaviest ram that has fallen here in many years doing considerable damage to crops and fencingPebble School began here Monday wit Willie Lacy of l Owingsville as teacherHarvest is late here farmers will finish the wheat this week So much rain has put farmers behind with their work Thos Robertson and Mr Vice of Bethel were here Saturday and bought 10 yearlingsteers of I N Powell and 15 of A C Hendrix at 4c to go in October- A C Hendrix sold a combined horse for 185 C W Maddox and wife re turned home to Alexandria Ind after the funeral of their son El merMaddox Monday of last week Blackberries are ripe this week They are all the fruit we have in this part COALI have for sale at my place on Jefferson street Coal LimeSaltSand Cem- entERICXat as low rates as any one can furnish these articlesAUSTIN BOAZ f t I i J f 4j 50si fj jft Subscribe for TilE OUTLOOK LIGHT YOUR HOME WITH THE i DAYTONrA Acetylene Gas Generator better safer and cheaper than kerosene gasoline or coal gas nearest approach to sunlight most delicate shades can be easily and accurately distin guishedWell Cistern Pumps pipe fittings the Perry pneu matic water system and plumbing goods Oscar Palmer Owingsville Ky Why Not V i Read The CourierJournal HENRY WATTERSONEDITOR WE CAN FURNISH YOU THE OUTLOOKAND WEEKLY Courier Journal FOR S160 We can also give liberal combi nation rate with Daily or Sunday CourierJournal Wrjte Courier Journal Company Louisville Ky for free sample copy of edition- you desire but be sure to send your subscription order to this papernot to the CourierJour nal o 5 ft e J 1r l i 3 I15I r 1I vv fo t r t f JffJ T 1it Ior 1 ji l I I i Report ofthe Condition of the 1J X x BETHEL BANK t A iT Doing business at Bethel town of Bethel County of Bath State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 30th day of June 1910 RESOURCES rLoans and Discounts with onet I ror more endorsers or sureties 1068997 V 7 NoneCall 1 iI Time Loans on Collateral None 12 trUS Bonds None olj 1359697Due j t I r f Due frm State Bnks and Bankrs 63307 r l i 993372United Bank Notes t I429filChecks rt NoneOverdrafts 26391Taxes J 73715Real f G NoneFurniture J 1 j fany J TOTAL29296l64LIABILITIES 5 4 7700XSuplusUndivided Profits 39235 Fund to pay Taxes None 39235 1 Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 2109064 Deposits subject to check on NoneDemand NoneTime 7 NoneSavings V NoneCertified 110JO64 Due National Banks 7 None I VDueCashiers Checks outstanding None Notes and Bills rediscounted None 1 1136TaxesUnpaid dividends None Other Liabilities not included un der any of the above heads None TOTAL 2929664 STATE OF KENTUCKY f COUNTY OF SCT IBATH t 4 I J P Ballinger Cashier of the above namedjBank do sol rtfItswear that the above statement is true to the best ofedge and belief J P BALLINGER1Ci bier Subscribed and sworn to before me this day ofJl 1910 DAYI 7t rcO WHPIEKATTiP PresSIcorrec Attest T S ROBERTSON V PreS I IC JOHN S VICE I4 ctors 55r 4 1 i- LjOEIrJT DJiPOSiiBANI t ofKentuckyi SOURCESILoans and Discounts with one i or more endorsers or sureties 8020634 Real Estate Mortgages 269800 h 150000TimeUS Bonds h 00000 v Other Stocks Bonds Etc 00000844O434Due from National Banks vffarikereDul from Trust Companies 00000 1753576cUnited States and National vaaKiiSi i Bank Notes fe 450000 A J Spede 253422 1703422Checland other cash itSns 00000 Exchange for Clearing House00000S i Overdraft secured 15207 Overdrafts unsecured t 17632 328L39 VtTaxes 00000 Current Expenses Paid 00000 j Real EstateBanking House 150000 Other Real Estate 90000 Furniture and Fixtures 180000 yOther Assets not included un any of above heads 00000 i 420000 TOTAL- tof 11350271 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 1500000 1500000 Surplus Funds 1200000 Undivided Profits 91480 j t Fund to pay Taxes 00000 i L 1291480 Deposits subject to check on U i which interest is not paid 8558791iJ 1 Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid OOOOQit Demnd Certificates ofDepos T its on which intrst is paid 000 00 j t Time Certificates of Deposits t Y on which interest is paid 00000 JSavings Deposits on which interest is paid 00000 i Certified Checks 00000 t h 8 58791 t Due National Banks 00000 1 Due State Banks and Bankers 00000 J Due Trust Companies 00000 J Cashiers Checks outstanding 00000 Notes and Bills rediscountedS 00000S 1 jiBills Payable 00000 t Taxes due and unpaid 00000 Unpaid dividends 00000 OtherLiabilitiesnctincluded under any of the above heads 00000 i TOTAL 11350271 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF SCT BATH I Allen H Points Cashier of the above named Bank do solemn ly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowl edge and belief ALLEN H POINTS Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of July 1910 My Commission expires Jan 29th 1912 J HCAMFBELLSNotary Pubhc f W P DICKERSON Correct Attest fB L SEwELL j HV CAMPII t i 7 cfft p jY 1 jr- f 5i t J