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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a I Jo t 11fi 4 r i f I 1t t1r r1 V tp A = t l 9 W t r Ar7 ltrt tJ 0 s 1r rP 1 Li l f N t i dP t r v 1 i i i t i f tt 1 l miJI utIopk 1 i t VOL XXXII OWINGSVILLE KENTOKYJTHURSDAY JULY 28 1910 NO-3igaA 1 1 t F Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK Quarterly Court was in session i Monday r ft Campmeeting at Knob Lick will begin July SO Corn meal for sale Apply tov43tf ESTILL HONAKER 4 Mound City paints wear longest I and look best T M YCot4 Ja4 y clothing atL D Brothers cash store 3tf i tor lc ill have a 4r i big picnic in NA Shrout grove v t August 13 andciildrensLi IItIDBrothers cash storeSr We offer for sale all vash I t 1Jf and dresses that we have on han is 1L 4 c t atlcsthancostprice GOODPASTER CO vI NOTICK Everybody is warn ean t to hire or employ my son yt Wvley Without my consent as 1 he is under 21 years of age DAVID JoimsoN f d 35 Sherburne Ky FOR CsuI can save you s G money on ievery cash purchase t t Try me under the new cash sys I tem just adopted and I will con Wb4qvince you of thisfact h R CLYDE BYRON t u4t CARD OF THANKS We desire neighborsus during tbeJ1lness and on the 1 kth of our mother I I R L STONE AND WIFE I I MCDADE SOLD OUTEdM J I Dade the showman and his fam d A L ilj dmppeared from Georgetown 7 l9Qiwetimeagb4md last week his 1 ou3ehold ientsetc were olttosatisfydebtsofabout6OO- B KSe his creditors Thesalecame if to 193 a j JL 1iDOF ThxsTuir1 4rs dNiObrgwbQa i ItJF 6 f rdte decefn MIWftr jjhL2t jw hiout apprecton fr S J tNAiz GOObPASTER w t AKDCHILDREN a cuL EDmoThe Mt 8 ling Advocteiseeda special t tWMityfdup editiqn lastI containing ctie men and thersofMtI Owingsville and otii j iir wnItcosta deal of i njoney Wnand Jabor and is a credt s IJCINSED to WEDJaS ifich J Iu1g and Laura Norris of the Salt I SLJcmneighborhood 1 dC son of Mrst i kC athia Williams and her late r rd James WtlhamStoflte pikee v l4ari5 daughter Mrs Lee vand herfirit husbandi 0 Ueriof WhiteT t a t ILLMcCLAIN Xeander a thN youngest son of Squire Sorzel and Miss loha 4 daughter of Samuel 1 In and wife of Naylorsieloped to Iron 43r night and were married ro 1 iSeUrned to the home of l Wit Sorrell Monday afternoon t 4t Mlii Went 40 the home of the 1 bdatLpaets that night Their Iret j friKJ wWi them much joy j yffJ CLIaving sold my in- r iatbegrocerybusmess tob i rner6 Clyde Byron I etta 4 r tlMaentifyouraccount that the I I P bin Vm ay be j fJ1J dIpegyoUforaUf f jt w t J i1 1 t S D IiioipsoNc- 1 c fH I var porchMMd the interest f X 3 partner SD Thompson afteitfi Wi C1L ztn Ofly f jJ do t8kforcredit 1 t1I yp for your many fat x f theps8tm St ro t1Yours respectfully l f t ItJ a R BYRON J i 4r1p1qRlKDENCE BURNE dI DickttI k nied shictly after t oJrI time Saturday morning H eau4 tIIIIlDIUraDeeonCJt WUU on urmture j i tbI1 t t 8ii= w LUll smoke and rf t i S j toMrRatlifrtbknbw iJ r i jNrjbowerwMnt afire Mr LJ f 1il wIIIIotiO tnc kit hen to m- j 1cY ft t p3ij he opened thet ij trt j Uie mke and flames ltQt i iL the kitcheril9OfbeinK 1 ci ji 1 ready M fall in Nothing c if Wfh6 ehoW foods was saved 4 J t j tt r f tt 4 v f fn J t t91 iftjct fJJf 1 it I 1 l tY 1 r j 1 I I f lt l iiJ t tot L S I t t it rf 0 I I3 j P It s 2 j f1 PERSONAL Thos Allen is down with an at tacjcof fever Alex Conners daughter Elean a4udgeiIIe came Saturday to visit rel atives Miss Ava Hughes of Middle ovn 0S Mrs W C acksonC King und wife came Ijosj IHJ week Da11yCIMrsAE BashfordofPeebleso Ohio is Jlza HarrisH Ptedlast week Henry Scott Jr of Lexington visiting his grandparents Hen ry Scott Sr and wife Two Misi Prewitts of Fayette county are visiting their aunt- sMrs HC Gudgell Miss Bertha Hill of Middle tJyisitrJ W Hutchesonvroving up nhourormoreata time 1 Mrs Jerry Corbett and two children of Paducah are wither of sister Miss Linda Allen Mrs Ray Patterson and little son Edwin Fox of Winchester are visiting Miss Linda Allen I D S Estill spent from Friday till Sunday with his niece Mrs at t1rbeen visiting his mother at Seloma Kansas returned home aymjElderweek 1 CaptWPConnerhadasttbke 8f paralysis and has not keiMi able 6 speak or swallow i Hi daughter Mrs Hugh S8ilWtelowj5 came Tuesday tofColumbusQh onHH tE l u t BAturdayjWm c J of Mtster ling who had been onavisitin FhereFord Patterson and wife spent several dayslast week with Mrs Pattersons mother Mrs Alice in Mt Sterling Misset Annie Bailey of this VanlandinghamfWhiteOak p Mt Sterling lastweek Mrs A N Crooks who had been with her mother Mrs Saun ders at Cincinnati for sOmetimeF jMrsLouisville is visiting her father Moo on Roes Run hav ng returned last week from a visit to her husbands people in West Virginia TRIBUTE TO JOHN ARAMsyl Savannah GLJul DEARiOUTLOOX AbnefnoticeIn The Masonic paper which follows me because 1tuckyings ofthe of my old friend John A Ramseyrsixteen years since I resided in Owingsville the place is still veryt dear to me and I would ask my gri f be added to its grief in the death of a man who waS be loved by all who knew him I have always appreciated the extendedLme companionship during the tinie1 lived in Owingsville has afforded me many delightful memories of him and the town His passing with others who have gone since I came South suggests the thought that eternity can have little gloom if there we meet and know dear ones who have given us sweet memories to brighten our ways John A Ramsey was a good man and the marble which marks the grave in the cemetery beautified by his efforts should be so inscribed trulyLUKE PRANK CARBOLIC ACID Purd Mays son Austin of Judy neigh borhood killed himself with car bolicacid last week He was about 21 yfears old His parents MrsMaybeingMiss A ter of Uncle Mat McDonald jri We will close out all wash d suits anddresses at less than cost pjri i k also lilk dresees and was1 GOODFTJ cO trr r I 111 t v fhj j 2 a1r jf1 1t11 e kWORTH GOODPASTERS DEATH j VVilliam Worth Goodpaster died AsylumLexington health broke down about two and half years ago and he had een in the asylum since last Jan uary a year ago Owing to fail ure to reach his family by tele phone it was not notified until Monday The body was brought SpringMonday held at the home at two oclock m Tuesday July 19 services clng conducted by Elder G wIThe interment was made n the home farm Deceased was 59 years of age e was the second oldest child of erry Goodpaster and wife both eceased and born and reared a few miles west of this town He vasreared a farmer and followed that occupation He was an in dustrious thrifty man and a goodc citizen having many friends who esteemed him for his generous qualitiesHe Miss NannieJones daughter of James M and Mar J Jones both deceased She nd the following children sur ive Mary wife of Eli Crayf raft of Kendalls Spring tie wife of Albert Holder ofRos lyn Powell county Minnie wife B Albert Shrout of Pleasan Valley Nora of Mt Sterling Martha at home James of Forge Mill Oscar of Oak Grove Mo fiiurater of Kendalls Springand Carl home Of deceaseds fatherss family brothers and sisters are Bet wife of G Wash McKjnivan f White Oak Mary deceased harles deceased BpiIewhoa- rried Charles Ch nand died in the West Ellaltjiilow of arrison H o n e art- oops Nannie wife of Lee ountylTibbsThe bereaved family have tne S sympathy of ahost of friends iff heir sorrow ftl L THE CONGRESSIONAL RACE cher s ait ountj UjaiiiiaoUicn the case f along time It was suppo jFieldsaz Hager of Ashland ifr Bath count s vote would bev pretty close C W Mathers lisle and Mordecai Williams of Normal each had a few Support ers On Saturday afternoon when the mass convention was called the crowd promptly filled the Courthouse and scores had to re main outside However it did require a count to show that an overwhelming ma ority estimated all the way from to 1 to 10 to 1 Hence the delegates n named were Fields men and were instructed to vote for Fields at the Ninth District Dem tWednesdayBath Bracken Carter Flem ag Greenup and Lawrence a t sieldsans 4 and Lewis six votes will be cast for Fields nominating im on the first ballot as it re uir s only 56 votes to win Hager carried Boyd and Har ison a total of 25 votes Mathers got only Nicholas Co Williams got second instruc ion in Boyd Mason Robertson Lewis and Rowan didnt instructIKILLED AN ARMADILLOrfl erson Jones son of Tug Jones of Kendalls Spring was aroused rsdaynightbyhis to see what was the cause and found his dog occupied with an animal rolled up m a shell covered ball which the dogs teeth could make no impression on Jones joined in the assault and the leaped up some feet towards Jones free and lit the ground running Jones let drive at it with a rock and made a hit laming it so as to check its speed After a battle and a chase lasting an hour and 3 half the strange animal was put out of the fight Jones skinned itand- brought theskinw town 7jday morning Itproved to be a nine banded armadillo Jones said the annual would have weighed about fifteen pounds It has a nick in the right ear and was probably theone recently sent from Texas fojaomebody at Mt Sterling liketakingthetion those attending the Mt Ster ling fair last week Bring your job work to THE OUTLOOK office 1 11 611 q 1 lly il91iJi i T r MRS J D STONES DEATH Mrs Hiram Ann Stone wife of John D Stone deceased died a July 20 about 11 oclock elf Brights disease at the home of her son Robert L Stone on per Prickly Ash Her husband John D Stone died the 9th of April near Carlisle Mrs Stone and little granddaughter Willie Boyd Stone came to their home with her son Robert She lived only three months and sufI freda crait deal All was done fdpftef tnafphystcians relatives J friends could do but to no avaiL She was a devotedwifeandi mother and had been a member of the hristian churctiformany years Sitewas 64 years old and eaves fOursons RL William and Lindsay of near Carlisleand Edwin of Ridge Farm Ill They were all with her in her last hours Her four daughters pre her to the grave several years The remains were buried in the Carlisle cemeteryA I WEATHER CROPS ETC The rain held up all last week and gave the farmers chance to their tobacco and corn but airthatibathcrops are in a bad way arid notdoing much good The opinion is pretty general that tobacco will hardly make a half crop and corn will be an inferior one sThe weather was pleasant the rst half of the week but was fearfully hot and oppressive from Thursdaypn A r laid the dust Sunday afternoon and there was a long succession of 5second showers Monday nightcWheat threshing is going on better thaurcially expected A baby daughter arrived at the ome of Geo Jh Wycoff and wife nee Ellen Botts of Carlisle aturdaytheifistbornSu4frTEAcuERPA t TRONS AND TalrITiIES7A8tne time isndw our f- ommon schools wili begin and r l d vr h J- n jmVsug tohhitmight oe beneficit rowweJ- hould all be interested are of our common schools we o- hould use our every effort to make them the very best possi ble we should try to remove any thing that retards thir progress Even though the teacher is not of the bet bras not our choice we could get much better results if we did everything we could to help them encourage them and show them that we expected something of them than if we ought them and tried to tear down all they try to do It isa common expresssion among patrons That teacher is- o good I will just keep mychil dren at home j For the sike of your own bOy and girls do not say that Just who is injured bv that of revenge the teacher isnotseriouslpinjuredby that money the but on the other hand ourchildonlyhadfourteenyears in which to obtain its education and the loss of one year may so discourage it that it will not take the proper interest thereafter and lose its chance of education Now some parentssay Well I dontexpectto jnve my child ren mucholaneducationjust so they can read and write thats all 1 hadV If you are not going to give them an education what in the name of Godsdo you ex pect to giVe tjhemlf v Again some Parents say that children never pay for their rais youthatVery best that you can do for them and such training as Will enable them to live a useful and happy life them better preparation and probably they will be a bet terpaying investment Then some parents say We are poor people Id have to work our children Did you ever stop togiveucation Well say you start your child to schoai1tsix years ofage you furnish it the necessary books eneourageit- and the teacher It makes a grade C year and in eight years it has completed the com onlyfourteento where it can do some work If the teacher employed does not meet your approval the rem edy lies in your hands On the sixth day of August a number of our subdistrict will hold elec tions for the purpose of electing trustees If you are not enough Interested in your schools to go to 4 I tiU 1iii5t the election and elect a trustee that is a wellqualified fair man interested fn the welfare of the schools then forever hold your peaceTo the trustees I would say that it is your duty to select a teacher that in your best judgment Will accomplish the most good then teacher wheji they are in the right encourage them talk to any dissatisfied patron explain to them that the teacher Keepintouclrwithtl5going itisand explainto her or him wtfere she or he is wrong and ask her or him W make amends If the teacher careless and will not do heror his duty it then becomes your duty to call yourboard maybeThere seems to be a general complaint that teachers do nqt put in the required time trustee should see to this and if any teacher fails to do honest work the trustee should not sign any reports for such teacher Now to the teachers I would say that they should be wide wake earnest and conscientious ui their work A teacher is not able to handle a school when he is patronsbypatronsYou operation of the patrons for they are against you Suppose you call on these patrons and explain to them that you are earnestly working for their childrens education A teacher to make a suc ess should be a good mixer I dont mean that you should mix p yitheyery wrangle of your steer clear of them but be sociable let them feel that youare theirfriend and if possible make friends of them Now the county pays thetui iOn in hih schcoJtfor11com mortschoolgra Wt11Joo rutii or the January examination I Every teanfieir shJld strive to e5r f7a1 z H achcy a The patrons of yuur iStricthel pay the cost of your county high schools and should receive some f the benefits A teacher cannot accomplish much without a regularly proscribed course of studies This the State Superintendent furnishes and urges that it be followed and that all schools be closely and strictly graded Each teacher should leave such a record on the teachers record book as will en his successor to know where to begin and to show what each pupil has accomplished This record should be left with the trustee and this trustee should be on hand at the opening bfthe helpcleanthe school is furnished with the necessitiesAnd in conclusion I want to say that the taxpayers of your county are taxed at the rate of twenty cents on each one hundred dollars worth of taxable property as returned by the as sessor and certified by the State Board of Equalization which produces a considerable sum ofmon- ey to be expended in the upbuild ingot the schools Of course all cannot be done at once but your County Board are usingtheir best efforts to procure good sites and to erect comfortable school houses arid to furnish them prop erlyIhearty cooperation of those con- cerned and result is inevita ble With best wishes for schools LEONARD CASSITY Supt WhyNot RCJdIThe CourierJournal HENRY WATTERSONEDITOR WE CAN FURNISH YOU i THE OUTLOOK AND TH- EWEEKLY Courier Journal FOR S16OWe can also give liberal combi nation rate with Daily or Sunday CourierJournal Write Courier Journal Company Louisville Ky for free sample copy of edition you desire but be sure to send your subscription order to this papernot tQ the CourierJour nal I i C J EUGENE MINIHANS jIs the best place to buy BUGGY ROBES and HORSE BLANKETS of all kinds Hb Handmade Saddles and Harness t1i1 are the best and cheapest to buy none so good Has machinemade saddles and harness of all kinds cheap ti neI w 4a 1 1VUGOAIIPDOW fAND PZQ1OLk- waysonhnd Jl tt Come and pries l wiflsaveyou money t 1 I am yours for the best ddtes amlhJHne i AIv EUGENE MINIHftN owiH w ttt THE BACKET STOKE f B mfpimmammmm Every hing for Evpyybodj Qk PRICE TO ALL 2gallon covered bucke 20c buckeWt15c1gallon Jgallon covered buckets Sc gallon covered milk cans 15c 1quart covered milk cans toe flaringtop buckets 12c Tin pie pans each4cPint cups 3 for 5c Tin pot covers 400 JOcTinpriccaMilklOc Woodrim and crank sifters lOc Tin coffee pots lOc Tin teapots lOc Jelly glasses dozen 20c Table goblets 75 60 40 35 30c Table glassesdoz150GO4015c PreservQ stnds2535 48e LEHOISE I Tw TearOW I Lisiag aD Water pitchers 19 25 3550c Glass butter dishes 10 15c Glssugar bowls 10 160 Glassspooin holders and l jIcream pitchers lOc Glass bowls 10 15 1A 25c GlassVin UbottleSlkGlass molasses stands 10 25e Cq all sizes and prices Chiltea pots 15c Shirred egg dishes lOc No 1 lamps 25c No 21amps 50c l Globe lamps 75c to 350 Granite ware specialty f Black powder shells box j40c Smokcl shells1box 55c ir 22 13e 32 S W cartridges box 4Oc 38SW cartridges box 50esRiveting machines tC y HIGHESTCASBFEWGEjPAlD FOR EGGS J R MAXEYf F 5y 4rcJr 4I Y r2c4J11t1ti4 jjixjE i 1i 7ijito 4 1AUGUST6Big Days and Nights 6 11 111000SADD 11000 Tnt 1HiJaCIasa adJ 25000IN LserseShewisAca S1eaDipkyfEveyami efUveStclc AEROPLANE FLIGHTS DAILY I Thaviu s Russian Band of Fifty Herbert A Kline Carnival Company Fr Catalogue er fvAer afanutiMi AiUrtM 5JOUE11SIiOJSE Secretary LEXINGTONU j TOE PRINTING iJ a Why not have THE OUTLOOK do your printing 1 We can do ifns well and as cheaply as you can t have It done elsewhere quantity and quality con tsidered Run over this list and see if there isnt something in it you need Letterheads Noteheads Envelopes Billheads StatementsParpphlets PREMIUMS Receipts HInvitations Cards 4 Posters Dodgers Blank Forms of all kinds T We have both rag and bond orlinenwritjngpaper ruled and unruled foz typewriter rag bond envelopes We put writing papers in tablets with hitting papercovey L rif so desired J fq rOJ0 We have for sale in any quantity blankS such s ot i deeds mortgages and oil leases s v Address THE OUTLOOK PWINQSVILLE tYiI f i BRING YDDR JOB PRIXTN TO THE OUTLOOK OFFICE C Vb i irr3W GSiJ BURIED IN DEBRIS I CONFLAGRATION ENTAILED A 9 iLOSS OF A QUARTER r h 1 MILLION I yfftt j i jlJATURALGAS CAUSED EXPLOSION r f Members of Fire Company No 13 4 j Caught byFalllngWall That Buckled ti From Force of the Subsequent Con j cusslone inoIi ii the western part of the city followed I t t by a second detonation which was thia ouflaratton In the plants ot the Wtrf7 ner- Polo and Top company Century t Printing company und tho Cincinnati lithographing company located in I throe separate building on tho west sido of Central avenue just Eouth at Findlay street FIre Company No 13 was the flat command on tho scene of tho blaze and dye minutes later all but two of t its members worn burled In the ruins of the north wall which buckled un 5der the strain ot the two explosions Natural gas is believed to have r a precipitatedthet a lose of about 235000 worth of prop- ertyt0 t Anthony Regeosburg fireman of No 13 lies seriously Injured at city hos 4 b pltaU The other firemen who were In t Jiwed are Capt Jacob CrosLfeut Charles Benner Plpeman Fred Engel ke and Plpeman Frank Gardner vS 4- 4 REGRETTED SUICIDE PACT tt 1J Womans Cries for Help Attracted s q Man Who Rescued Pair From I j the River t H I I t hJtwoi ifhemp rope and weighted with a va lisa filled with sand iBrlco Wommack ottt one t men ot Lincoln county and Mrs Mol I bo Anderson jumped from a skiff into e the Mississippi river here JamesI Landers a city employe at the Intake tower rescued them4 Wommack is held by the police f 1chargcd with tethclt of the skiff Urn Anderson is In the city hospital t It fs fed the nervous shock has un balanced her reasoal t t The near tragedy wasthe result of t a suicheptot eE ery detail of their flJ Ptaa to the IeendbU7 their bthites iadall at their at Ifce bottom of tie Sl lpplh I 1 If11l1t goiie overJ fore they t Louis tJ7JtJfer sbakteg twice brie the 4 toeitiftto irtwiswepl waters Mrs 2 Aoj itlty rinSilL her decj 1iBafdeaUi with Woack WIt t f Ij for kelp iad inisped ike heat iU shot Iflvaiof Home Xlacstoa N1YLu1s Victor Soy i del iNew York lUoJterHOt dead iCteraenta DeBaroa ulta1fn saloon tiI 4 zkeperof W t Parkand he Sp IT 8e 18 himiself searching for f tom iials to whom be might surrender 4y i Hawaii Wins Long Voyage HOIlolt1h1 yacht Hawaii tile teatlTo the Hawaiian IsJaais la the biennial San Pedro Cal to Honolulu li3ce hae arrived hrewhrnIagth 0 i t rice T4iettaewam14 days 3 hours 4 J 2tzs1nute aad20 seconde p Y 1 Wms Cavalier Faces the Knlte I 4 P rJsKrsRobert Winthrop Chat jler who remains M me ilina CayaUerl rt ontheoperatCJltagewlllun1ergoa4pi 0oi operatloa for appendtciU 1it t hfl most famous surgeons in Paris or laconfultatloa decided ttertjhe open I i rtloB must be performed immediately ii Bey Confessed to Murder 4 r Brtetol VaTHanr Lewis the 16 f r rearoM Rbanoke boy who was arrest l l A 1 ihereOBi a charge of cruelty to ani J jsajs broke down and made a con 4I i ji i i plete confession of the murder of t h VHeary P Zachary ti1eagedmlsor or 1 Ckiiled st Rpaipke r Lewis said hehad 1soOPenIroom in 1 YkI hls cltyr6netrf the few surviving he roe of the Civil war Col Join Sin t aredqrateYV Sagte aappprt hlmfielf hylhls wrltlhgia- Bfaeep H j1 dismissal frpm the depart t Jl eat of ijMtlce because of age Frieads are paHalng aa appeal tq Pn8e4 Uiiit Taft toe relnBtmtenient or joeLt1 ill PLrNeas Reno r lieHo Nev Tradswpcth a town 25 f mIieseast of Reno on Main line ot toe zr iBoitiera Pacifflc IsA oa flre and re 1 l orts iadlcate that7 the town will be 4 windzIs tty i v 5ald to Have Sailed for Quebec inL4CItra IdNeve are aboard ie Mont t J bound fromAtwerp for Quebec It t1 t t Hdia air UkeIUiooc the pair will be 1 tde prisOTcre fc aidoceaa r Vi t 1 c jk jleadiOmaha 1J5It people 911aitweenfFmost spe ular tu ot t i u7 4s y Dead Meat In Primaries j I 8LBiUt P1Pbl1IUonlst 0 tr J1 MaatiirohibIt1oaict won in Demo issMcTprMarIec 1nTexas Th3 antt I r4iPbtIoaergasiiationnorninated its i 1eF MIdate O B for governor l t i pab1y4OOOO pltfraUty- y1 11 t r i fbtri t ti il l r r f ytJ wt 1 Ki Lt j ft if3i iJ I lf J i f T r1 f ttl h ttr 7 r o 1Jre+ Je v A rI iI iio A J t ft IAr I I 6 Jdt j 2El WOOD PRAISES HEROES COMMENDS OFFICERS WHO AVERTED SECOND EXPLOSION Lieut Hawes Fights Fire With Bare Hands and Stops Further Disaster Washington Stories of valor and sacrifice in time of suffering and con fusion were detailed to General Wood chief of Staff of tho army and other officials of the war department upon the return to Washington of officers who witnessed the explosion of the big gun In the first minute of battle practise at Fortress Monroe which resulted In eleven deaths These personal reports wore aug mented by further telegraphic reports from Lieut Col C P Townsley of the coast artillery corps commandant of e fort Lieutenant Hawes is praised by the commandant for having extinguished with his bare hands burning material that threatened to Ignite tho second charge which was on its way to the emplacement Conspicuous In the group of those w li Eonsuffered a broken leg from the body of ono ot his men being hurled against him His body also was burned by gas He was the timekeeper dur l gFollowingGeneral Wood sent a telegram to- FortresaMonroeexpresslng his sym pathy for the bereaved and suffering and his appreciation of the excellent conduct of tho officers and enlisted men The war department has begun rigid investigation to determine cause and fix the e inxplosion700 HEMMED IN BY FLAMES Towns of Bloomvllle and Helnemann WIs Menaced by Forest Fires Railroad Tracks Burned Merrill WIs Seven hundred per sons of Bloomvllle and Heinemann were hemmed in Thursday by forest fires at the former town with seem- Ingly no means of escape The fires have destroyed the rail road tracks for some distance be tween Bloomvllle and Merrill making It impossible for the Inhabitants of the doomed village to seek refuge isVthat direction The situation at Bloomville is crlt mealfled to that village only to be con fronted by a similar perilhGleason north ot IsolatcdbY the fire and it has been i tmpossiblelogo for many hours This leaves Bloomville with its 550 persons cut off on every side With the population n tearlythe people is a serious one Reports thretsscores of people some going on foot and others la wagons The loss labullalnigi Is pter 200000 Several farmers families have nol been accounted for Fields Which 1weatockaBd 1buildings were abandoned AIRSHIP HlraY LIGHTNING Spectacular Exhibition Is Wiyiessed Heir Barcelona as Flyer Ehrmann Miraculously Escapes Barcelona While he was making a crosscountry flight Aviator Ehrmanns aeroplane was struck by lightning and fell blazlBg to the ground The aria 18reIstartlEhrmaBH uawllllagly afforded arid hardlTbemerges from the singed framework oHCRkyboftenveloped in flames its canvas wings mionwith a thud WOMAN AVIATOR is COMING ErEtirNsw York New YorkA French woman one vedIndicated her Intention of coming to America shortly for the purp6se of attempting a flight from Chicago to New X0 for the Prle recently of fered She is Mme Mathllde Frank the French wife of a British Journal letrlima Prank has made several ex cellent flights recently She flew tow teen miles at Mourmelons without stopping establishing a record 181 wompnavlatpr She is at present pre paring for a flight across the English channel from Calais to Dover entlonDetroit all over the United States opened their national convention here Friday The Gideons are 7500 or more traveling men whose slogan is A Bible in the guest room of every hoteLVl Germanys Crop Report Berlin The crop report for Ger niany which gives conditions up to July 16 has Justj been made public It shows a slight depreciation since JuneaBbut winter wheat is cpnsldeira bly better than the average Woman Killed In Kansas Kansas City MIs Bessie Cox tw struckunridriyea by a negro at Eighth and The Pased and received injuries from which she died two hours later Goes Crazy Over Airships New YorkAsaresultof 12 years study ot the problem of aviation lob ert Ji McKlnley a Brooklyn invorftor iec1iandIsUon and treatment c lc 1 i1J1 I Mi4 l rJJTtifl1 4 1Fti1c t3 v rJ ck1Ii r t d WHAT ARE THE WILD WAVES SAYING I r f ME AND JACK UUUUUnnn MINISTER IS SHOT SENOR MAURA 18 WOUNDED AT BARCELONA SPAIN Statesman Steps From Train and As sailant Fires Three Bul lets at Him Barcelona SpalnSenor Antonio Maura erstwhile prime minister was shot at the Francia station hero last ight Upon alighting from the train iifrom Madrid a man fired three shots at the statesman ono wounding him the leg Tho man was arrested Senor Maura came hero to take the st ceamerBalearic s Ependm teata frrivalradical elements when it was made TAFT SPEAKS AT BAR HARBOR President Addresses Townspeople In Drizzling Rain on Philosophy of Summer VacationA Bar Harbor Me President Tatt his golf game at the Kelso alley links at the twelfth hole rode over to the village green here anieade a speech to the townefoiksaA crowd of several greet d the president who was In his jol eat mood The president entered into the full spirit of his strenuous vaca ion and in yachting trousers blue- coat and white yachting hat he beamed broadly upon the crowd that cheered him in the drizzle ot rain that ell while he spoke Mr Tatt devoted himself largely to e philosophy of summer vacation in his addresss The American people he said are learning the value of rest The president advocated vacations of two or three weeks a year and the crowd which had Just come jtrom work the a1ops applauded vigorously Immediately after the conclusion of tlj I tentered coaches and were driven over to the Villa of Mrs Mark Hanna In Deal Harbor where they were enter talned at lunch In the evening the party were dinner guests of Charle magne Tower former ambassador to Germany at his place at North East Harbor 80000 IN BONDS STOLEN American Agency of RussoChlna Bank at New York Report Theft of Securities New York Bonds and other sect rities the market value of which is estimated to bo about 80000 wet fficially reported as having been sto from the American agency of the oftheilecurlt1eslsProfound mystery and secrecy wer- aintained by everybody supposed to in a position to have information as to the theft FIVE DIE INA HOTEL FIRE Rescuers Recover One Body from the Ruins Four Are Still Missing Hoqulam WashItls now believed five persons in the fire which destroyed the Hotel Hoqulam The body of C a Junnet a lineman was taken maui the ruins There are two other known dead and two missing Accused of Slaying Sister Wayne Neb William Flege was ar ested Wednesday on a charge of mur- derlnghls sister Miss Louise Flege William Elchencamp aged eighteen a hired hand on the Flege fann Isalsa- undernrrrest He told tho sheriff that Flege wished to marry Miss Ida Hen drlcks who lives on an adjoining farm Seized as LyTichers Chief Bellefontalne O Joseph Bush al- I ged leader eft the mob which hanged Carl M Ethertngton at Newark Oj July 8 was arrested at Harper and rushed to the Newark Jail Friday He bad been hiding at the home of a brotherlnSaw After the Fly In Panama Washington Uncle Sams phycie clans and sanitary expertaon Panama canal Job have eliminated mosquitoes and a crusade on the housefly has been started Cyclone Sweeps Over Sweden Stockholm Sweden Central Swe den was visited Thursday bya cyilonis NO lives were lost but much damage to property Many Varm houses and factories were unroofeof especially in and about the Eskilstuna Death In Car Wreck Boise l41aJoln a headon col JIllion betwein cars on the Boise Interurban railroad near Boise Thurs diy Motorman William Earwood was killed and four passengers hur Ji 4I 7 v 94JI L STRIKERS 0 K ARBITRATION Grand Trunk Conductors and Train men Accept Canadian Govern ments Suggestion of Mediation J fIamesgeneral committee of tho Grand Trunk and Central Vermont conductors am trainmen in a telegraphic message ti Ottawa Friday accepted Minister of Labor Klngs suggestion for arbitra tion of the Grand Trunk wage dispute by a board to bo named by the governIment mutually satisfactory parties involvedHAn says The situation continues to improve very scheduled passenger train on division is now in operation Way left Montreal Friday for the west and a fast freight for the south Way freight loft Portland and another left Gorham N H As the Jesuit ot an outbreak on the arrival of a Grad Trunk train from Toronto Friday John McMann its ac ting conductor and M Donovan 1rakemans tho men left their train they were set upon by a hundred or more persons and severely beaten The Injured men were carried Into a hotel which was shortly afterward bombard d by stones and considerably dam ged Lansing MichActing Superintendent Ehrke of the Grand Trunk appealed to the street railway commis slon Friday for state protection railroad property during the strike claiming that railroad property is be- Ing destroyed in some places train servlco Interrupted and strlkebreak GJasggwIThe latter Is ntf present in the upper peninsula NEGRO IS BURNED AT STAKE Belton Tex lob Revenges Denth of an OthcepTwo Have NartEscape t = bBeltongrp eighteen years old paid the pem ally1 of his crime murder and intend ed ansaultat the stake Two others a brother and a companion charged with Implication missed a like rate donlyBurke and several citizens Gentry attempted to force an entrance into the home of Mrs Lamb a widow but was frightened away with a shot by the womans daughter Several hours later while Gentry was being hunted by a posse headed by Constable James Mitchell Gentry firing from ambush killed the leader The posse surrounded the fugitive Gentry made a dash for liberty and was shot and crIppledHe was dragged behind nn attomobtle to Bel ton where several thousand men and boys waited CAIRO CITIZENS NOT GUILTY Twelve Men Charged With Aiding In Negro Lynching Are Acquit ted by Jury Cairo m Verdicts of not guilty worn returned In the cases of 12 Cairocltlzenschargedlnlndlcl ments with bering been leaders ot the mob which stormed the Alexander county Jail and lynched the negro JplnPratttlie night of February 15 laet The Jury was out two hours The court had previously ordered a verdict of not guilty for W C Charles while a request for a similar verdict for George B Walker had been made by the states attorneys Freed to Help Harvest Geo- rgetoToIlKyAnovelmethodto to save the wheat crop of Scott coun ty was resorted to when a number of farmers appeared before the county Judge and paid the fines of ten pris oners In the Jail In order to get help to harvest the crop Cleveland Marks 114th Birthday Cleveland OThls city celebrated its ono hundred and fourteenth birth day Friday by voting a 2000000 bond issue to abolish grade crossings and a 250000 bond issue to build a tubercu losls hospital A nonpartisan cam paign was conducted Town Dry by 17 Votes vptescastday shows that the city of Fulton Ky went dry by the narrow majority of 17 votes New Judge In Brown Case Chicago Judge Kersteii will preside over the retrial of Representative beginIrtho byStatestorneys for the defense Forest Fires Destroy Lumber Towns Winnipeg ManIt is reported that Jeffrey Three Forks and Bayness Lake mining and lumber towns In the byforestt t t rf L- j ITHE MARKETS I Cincinnati Live Stock Cattle Shippers 62Ga7 butcher steers extra C25a650 good to choice 7C25aGin melfers extra 5C5a575 good to choice 45Qa5 cows extra S555a5XO good to choice I450a515 bulls bolognas 37uLU5 extra i40a 450 fat bulls 450anr Calves Kx tra 925 fair to good 725al Hogs Good to choice packers and butchers S05a910 mixed packers foAOaf stags 5J OaC75 common to choice heavy fat sows G50a750 extra 7GOa 7t pigs 110 lbs and least S5a9i 8hccIExtm41f10 good to choicecajCCu4 common to air tT Lambs Extra 735a750 good to UnroCincinnati foWheatNovyredyeltowNo3 mixed GSKaGGc yellow ear G7a 66aGicst4Ccsb2a74cNo 2 80aS3c No 3 73i7 c Malt Spring barley S5a90c low grade S5c Cincinnati Miscellaneous Ibfirsts21c packing stock No1 20c No2- 20IfcEgsPrlme first ISc doz rsts 15c ordinary firsts 12c seconds 2c Apples Ordinary stock 150a 250 brl Early Harvest 75caSl ham Ip OrangesValencia550a6 box Peaches Fancy Texas JlEOal75 bu basket Dewberries 32COa3 bu Currants Red 65c bas VatermelonS15n25caplpccIlumslal25 lack 275a3 crate red 275a3 crato- uckleberries 4a450 32qt crate DEVELOPS BETTER DEMAND Industrial Lines Busy and Labor Well Employed Presages Large Pur chasing Power New YorkRG Dun Cos week ly review of trade will say Midsummer dullness Is less pro nounced in both wholesale and retail departments of trade and as the lead- Ing markets are relieved of some of the difficulties with which they have been beset crop uncertainties price inconsistencies and other disturbing lementsa broader demand develops There is still much Idle cotton ma- chinerY In NewEnglarid and a two weeks shutdown is scheduled for Au gust but curtailment Is forcing a re andts torksomo business lsreported in woolens and while thE eastern markets for wool continue quiet primary markets in the west are active and higher Footwear factories east and west are resuming and trade is muchjmprpved In leather while hides have recovered from the loV point large accumulations having been 1ltore rogardinir he yield of cotton in the so than whca tiJl1 t will det nnifue tie bt manutocl rtn tTnliion thtf one hand and floor on the other Ftour production InV the northwest onUnuesgrJ 1Y i ducet1ItCancellations In spring whet tory are less numerous and some orM a tfroJnilustrlallinesed in nearly all sections of the coua try making for a large purchasing t aionfeature has developed In Iron and steel the situation generally ret1ectoIng tuG dullness customary at Jthls sea son In finished lines structural ma terlal makes the best showing most mills having sufficient orders oh hand to keep them occupied for some time to come while several important contracts will be opened In the near future i Inquiries are more numerous forbl pig Iron but sales are not heavy Prices for steel are weaker and open hearth billets have declined to 2650 while bessemer billets are quoted nominally at 25 Sheet bars comm ld Jl above billets The temporary suspension of iron bar making tended to strengthen the market for these tslglrtly145 Orders on hand for steel bars are sufficient for three months opera tlons and specifications are heavy Bradstreets ReviewfNew York say Business failures In the United States for tho week ending July 21 were 215t against 202 last week 239 In the like week of 1009 263 In 1908 i55 In 1907 and 171 in 1906 Business failures In Canada for the week nun ber 34 which compares with 24 Ia0 week and 24 in iie corresponding week of 1309 Wheat including flour exports from the United States and Canada for the Week ending July 21 aggregate 1047 245 bush against 1190248 bush last week and 93S3GS bush this week last year For the three weeks ending July 21 exports are 3801270 bush agalnci 3814079 bush In the come spondlpg period last year Corn ex ports for tho week are 141811 bush against 94757 bush last week and 22 092 bush In 1909 For the three weeks ending July 21corn exports are 420640 bush against 179623 bush same time last year SelrDefense Perkins Why did Mrs De Meal eres get rid of her boarder the patent medicine manufacturer Eatlerfc To save herself from going to the oor house The man had a habit ot treat lag the other boarders to free sam pIes of his appetizerjThe Usual Procedure Mrs JonesJohn I hear our catyhowling somewhere Ana you sura nosYesJanetight by a fluke I suppose Scraps 1 t y It r j dl 1g iI F 1 P Ii I 1i f1itk L I 1 t t i t j i i j t A Corner in ADcestorstrBy ELEANOR LEXINGTON R Evans Family J to CCop1rl b bKeClure S1ndlCat t it The grandfather ot Henry VII of England Sir Owen Tudor had the honor of a place upon the Evans fame ily chart Or to go farther back wen claim a knight of King Arthurs historyIes the ages from the knight we come to E helystan Glodrydd founder ot the urth royal tribe of Wales and Met n Vrych king of the Isle of Man the ninth century These names do not convey much meaning to any of us certainly the present writer Is not versed in their history but the names look well and let us hope adorn theory Evans In Itsolf makes no pr ten us as to its derivation It Is John plain John thatlqall Evanson is the son of John Evens Is on way the name appears in old records Among New England forefathers were David and Henry Evans of Dos ton 1643 Thomas of Plymouth 1635 nndJohnot Roxbury and Hatfield io who is thought to have been a soldier in Philips war Henry Evans born in Boston re oved to Tennessee He was the son f phborri1n Ireland jand a JosephHenry ofGovants of this line ot course step right fiMitchell Family theorlesregarding the deriva jTwo the name Mitchell have their sItIItrooi4e AngloSax weru 1ilemeanlng rneanfniGodseen a popular name particularly in s French form MicheL Mytchell Is ancient orthography this with lcb is perhaps the only varia onb SearehlngfamlfyreCo dssome cen tunes ago TLn fnd1tho curious name Elected of Heathfleid a name in the same class as Faint Not FlghttheGoodFIght ofFaith nd Search thoScripturcs all these eing Christian names bestowed upon children by parents of a peculiar bias f mind Elected by comparison Is fairly attractive The family Is rich in authors and men of science It alsolaslts states men1ts solemn representatives ot the law its dl ntarlesofth church und- ItSgallantseldlera The Pennsylvania family of Mitch ells trace back to Yorkshire Eng and and to the Mitchells who first nade a home In Bermuda notably William and wife Elizabeth whose descendants settled in Philadelphia and also in Baltimore Georgo MItch ell of York county Pa was born in Scotland 1734 We flnd the Mitchells in Roanoke county Va and related by marriage o the family of CoL Zachary Lewis w hose father was a messmate of Washingtons Inthewarwllh the French This branch of the Mitchells has descendants in many southern Grahamtaml11esThe last named family is that of a gay ernor of North Carolina William Gra h mWbllodlscussng relationship It may be mentioned that the Mitchells Connecticut claim kin with Rebec ca Motto of revolutionary fame with Gov Saltonstall and Gov Dudley of Massachusetts also with the GaMin ers of Gardiners island Matthew Mitchell with wife and children wa a passenger on the James 1635 Four years later he was town clerk of Wethersfleld This was the year that the men of Hartford Wethersfleld and Windsor met at Hartford and drew up the first written American constitution or form of government made by the people for the people Matthew was a representative at court from Say brook he took part In the Pequct war and in 1643 removed to Hemp stead L Edward Mitchell a passenger 1638 on the Diligent made a home at An East Indian Verdict In a case in one of our Indian courts a jury had before It evidence that could not be in any way shaken When the concluding stage had been reached the following interchange of conversation took place between the and his colleagues in the ad ministration of justice Gentlemen are you ready to give our verdict is your verdict Our answer is sir that you can do rt 1i hJ I t i J t t 5w IsoAnother New England forebear was v lIassaRevolutionary i f EHabethDudleyborn at Boston 1796 The marriage v connections ot this toe include the Hlrrisons Clarks Cooks and Warners forEngland in 1715 with wife and four children to Cecil county Maryland One son John who was in the French and Indian war removed to Lancaster county Pennsylvania His wife was Sarah Denny In Maine one of the prominent mem bers of the family was George Evans born 1797 He was attorney general of the state and a candidate for nom TaylorThe family has always been prom inent in Pennsylvania Lott Evans born In Wales atfriend of Penn sot out on the same1 ship in 16S1 but died at sea He had three j sons Thomas Charles and Lott or EnglandInJohn was provisional or deputy gOY ernor of the colony Thomas married Sarah Roberts and they raised a large family One son c Jonathan had a foundry and the tree under which the treaty was made by Penn with the Indian chiefs was da j the foundry grounds The family has Its poets authors inventorsThe V tho high pressure principle was made and designed by Oliver Evans of Del aware born 1755 and who died 1819 The blazon of the coatofanns shown Is Quarterly first and fourth argent three boars heads couped sable second and third gules a lion frampant reguardant argent Ir1Crest A dewUon regnardantar gent holding between his paws a tJZi boars head couped sable Motto Llbertas Uft This is the coatofarms used bytheT7 f Evans of Pennsylvania Who trace 1 back to Lott and LoWs line included yVffc not all the royal families of Great lBritain but the Tudor line and the 4 founder of one of the royal lines of Walesas abovd stated v i In St Peters chur h Phl a window to the memory of eIPh1aYfIRi Evans represents the arms with a boarshead Ml- a coronet and the m ttoAirLrlneere inut mon I l it j IIc t l I i fI S HInghamto which perhapsiie gave Clf i lt8l1amelII he waafromHisgkaa i Iwas entiusted by the ounciictar it s- I with important affairs Before nov tog to Stratford he had llVed airBrW I MijMaytlowerby descendants of ExperieBeeMHAelli J through hisjwifeJ Janet ior Karyl as some authorities say daughterV tFrancis Cook pilgrim cit 1629 JDe j = mifc1jIt perience came over on the AnL T j4 1623 His namefat foua4lh Pljrao th JPiOnerepresentatives are now living in the far west claim Honest John HartT of New JerseYaslgner ojt tie Dei t1 claratlon of Independence and father ft of a large family fIf the Mitchells are famed for rOBe cr thing morn than another it is schql arablp v The Mitchells were valiant Boldlera I i 7 and always o the fore when ws4 i was abroad in the land Among offi 1cers of the revolution from Massa chusetts were Ma Ablel and CbliV Thomas From New Jersey Capt Al exander from Delaware Nathaniel captain of a battal onortho Flying 4representative tEphrlam were of South Carolina and V fLieut John of Georgia fi It hblet fCrest i flames proper t MottoS Humum Hedesplsem the earth y ujas you like with the men that 1aetconfessed but we acquit alt the restBut Is It possible that you liars pweighed the evidencef r F Evidence like this can always be fIoyouY i7jEvldeSo the evidence untrustworthy Unless a man confesses w1icari tell he is guilty Bombay te h Remember girls thesfairest flower is often the first to fade 4t i 0tl i 0 ht fL itL CCtJlf ti i TheIJTTII 4 BRoWisrJUi atLDMiBjMERED1Tll r4TRfcftTIs r J4FfM4L 7 J SYNOPSIS Thomas Ardmoro and Henry Maine GrUwold stumble upon Intrigue when tlio CaroIIriaI are allle Wmsclf with Barbara Osborne I daughter of tho governor of South Corn linn while Ardmoro espouses tho cause of Jerry Dangerneld daughter ot the snvernor of North Carolina These two young Indies aro trying to fill the shoes of their fathers while the latter are miss Ing Both states Are In a turmoil over onE Applewclght an outlaw with great I political influence Unaware of each oUt rs position both Grlswold and Ardmoro make the other prosecute Ap Ardmore organizes a big hunt also takes tM teM Frank Cot I reporter Is arrested by Ard 1lteIJfht released to become press agent 0 young millionaires expedition q men capture Bill dlscoera the captive Outlaw and lead him to Ardllle her jt 1wn prhoner OitswoId Is ohtge to re i 1ortthe Iou very myter1ous to him to i If iiarra Oabornc fCHAPTER XIVcontlnued The messages were composed by S 1 their joint efforts at the station with I 1 not ap much haste but that an asso date professor ot admiralty 29 years Old could defer In the most trifling 115 mttora to the superior literary taste of a girl of JO whose brown eyes were e Ii i t Tel plcaaant to meet in moments of uncertainty and appeal if He signed the messages Charles Os itik borne governor with a flourish in dlcatlvo of the Increased and Jarlng WhIch MIss Osbornes ar TivaV had brought to the situation I cAnd now said Grlswold as they rode through the meager streets ot Q Turners we will gdi to Mount Nebo r i Church and see what we can learn ot disappearancevpapers are 1inaking a great deal of GoV Danger Ht fleld8 activity in trying to put down I Soutlawry on the border said Barbara Marked copies of the newspapers aeiring into papas office I can forCupon wllldo all in ita power to annoy us I c rafld then as Ortewgld looked at her lt quickly he was awaretbat she had 1 s colored and averted hjeyes and whileas a lawyer he wns ware that d provocatest sort be had ioyer known before a tbat us tfn itself tho homeliest of iiworifts cause so sweet adls trV a 1We aro Quito near the estate oft t Soii friend 1IIIIArdDore arent weT w v 1asked1 Barbara presently 4lifaBcywe are replied Qriswold 11butwitI1a tape so coldly at variance rrtvious cordial references s k ter of Artsiey that Barbara J lo 1 iimthquir1ngly 7 JrJ1 TM siiiTT tiatI shmiM iavejgiven 4 z Jy9n e IjwesionMIee Qsborae fo iBMreaadt are friends as I tlTdhra t olurnHa Ie stu HICC Gnt 1I1e reason utaIatAace la V imaaner so ai ke iamr that T doTvat pretend to ta ilt ier aVssay add Is It of i Ieit teji rta ce Be had only a Amjaco iirrted ike to visit him I h keei to his house so 4 thg theeeeureet taeaat kev 7Acit thatiwapr1uegei even beyond the- oWnf Mr ArdmoreS own tam IYJIT l domothePice When k w JKuse would be a con te4afrc iwlilch to study the tieweWifc1 aitiaatleB ff wired him Jvr joaU e way dto my 0 uMeaieot he replied that he 4Ot eBtertaih methat scarlet epidemic on the eathteo Ii s r tMmest uncounted acrest ha gulp and p nI tlnhls iwold drew remand pointed d a jtathiiit had now borne them f height toward Ards ytti dreamliy basking la the fs qrnlng sunlight wlthln Its cii 3 if hills meadows and for ew 1k eW7the ways of Ardsley thor 1Fiett In tact thanithowner in old times but in his an j par APore he would not set foot 9 V so A the tll he COuld poaslbly i YeI Ia reaching the scenej rfjt ftiBlght8 coatretempiB He found byat j a course J tMir etthe horses a short r 1uc aBdprocee- dr t 4 o th toot 4 Ji t em a11c tb etupider 1n broad 0 2 t GeIBwold1after he had t r ijdeiIae4juBt thecaptors what Jl4t4oti awe of Applewelght had been 4a 4 if alrsM to carry him off the moment 7 weIe iure ofrilm but had IPPot beck ajsolBy their fellows to fp rl lttU the coast was perfectly t a ease chagrin Bar ol4I a good deal at the oc reW s they tramped over the I ie4icg Ito They went into 0 e ws backot the church where JI a to exerciae his rey 2 V A nkfiwoM mMM kaYo come In from r1ifee HsWind1 h4 lji ts1iI kiMaway he declared lZ KS4t id arkeL the hoofplnta i tlhT n ytlaweiifikt Mbleft tied ti J bit the grass iere was muck tram I psd aM r1 was mIeledby the App JI rance p t aieaE the sutiswi friends by T of the border a IiitCitW1ti who4e e1gbborbood hat abet It 1WWeItMBmema1z Sa1M coasola- t4 thatIJO 11 ac ttts c pIle sires e as much at a toss to know wc beom of the chieftain as tiledlOtaereetua1PF A1 Ot the traaijled grass many men i ialmi a kiini tei releaalug the 1 r t this CoB did not k rify iittforGrl kedlrf trThl Iri rlaji hereitils side i e cbt i iaBd that trail leads on rt iJrjo t i i 3 ii ljfjd r 1Iij A N cVr haJftCtrI ifl J V j t f J r1 4A t Ij r lJir ff ffriIf f fJl I I r 2 j i 0 4I PIit I remember to the main Ardsley highway with which various other roads are connectedmany miles in all Its Inconceivable that the de liverers of this outlaw should havo taken him into the estate Where a sort of police system is maintained- by the forestry corps I dont at all mako it out He went ort to explore tho heavy woods on each side of the trail that led into Ardsloy but without result When he came gloomily back he found that in his absence Barbara had followed the brldlopatb for a consider able distance and she held out to him a diminutives pocket handkerchief which had evidently been snatched away from the ownerso Barbara ex plained by a lowhanging branch of an oak and flung into a blackberry bush where she had found It It was a trifle indeed tho slightest bit of linen which they held between them by Its four corners and gravely in spectedFeminine beyond a doubt pronounced Grlswold sagely Its n good handkerchief and here are two initials worked in the corner that may tell us something G D It probably belongs to some guest at Ardsley And theres a very faint sug gestion of orrIsIts a city handkerchief said Barbara with finality but It has suffered a trifle in tho laundry as this edge is tho least bit out of drawing from careless ironing And I should say from a certain crispness It still retains that It hasnt been In the forest long It hasnt been rained on at any rate added Griswold But even the handkerchief doesnt tell us anything said Barbara spreading it out except that some woman visitor has ridden here within a few days and played drop the hand kerchief with herself or somebody else to us unknown She may have been a scarlet fever patient from Ardsley youd better havo a care And Griswolds tone was bitter Im not afraid and as I have never been so near Ardsley before I should Uke tQ ride In and steal a glimpse Theres little danger of meeting the lord of the manor I suppose or any He Knelt and Marked the HoofPrints of his guests at this hour and We need not go near the house He saw that she was really curious and it was not In his heart to refuse her so ther followed the bridlepath through the cool forest and came in due course to the clearing where Jer ry bad first confessed herself lost and thereafter had suffered the cap warhomeThe timber has been cut here since my last visit but I remember the bridlepaths very well They all reach the highroad of the estate nIt mately We may safely take this one which has been the most used and which climbs a hill that gives a fine outlook The path he chose had really been beaten into better condition than either of the others and they rode side by side now A deer feeding on a grassy slope ralsod its head and stared at them and a fox scampered wildly before them It seemed that they were shut in from all the world these two who but a few days before hadnever seen each other and It was a relief to html to find that she threw1 ofher troubles and became mated and cheerful than he had yet seen her They reached the highroad much sooner than Grtewold had expected and he checked his horse abruptly re Heinberlng that he was persona non grata on this soil We1 must go back I mustnt be seen here The workmen are scattered all about the place and they all know me Oh Just a little farther I want to see the towers of tho castlel Ifishe had asked him to Jump into tho sea le would not have hesitated and hewasrBO happy at being with t li4c j i 1i h 1 lW1I s i r1Sc ii r ttlt her that his heart sung defiance tor Ardmore and the splendors of Ards icy They were riding now toward the red bungalow whore ho had often sprawled on the broad benches and chatted with Ardmoro for hours at a tune Tea was served hero sometimes when there were guests at the house and Griswold wondered just who were Included In the party that his quon dam friend was entertaining and how Mrs Atchison was progressing in her efforts to effect a match between Daisy Waters and her brother The drives were nearly all open to the public so that by the letter of the law he was no Intruder but beyond the bungalow he must not go Sobered by the thought of his breach with Ardmore he resolved not to pass tho bungalow whoso red roof was now In sightIts like a fairy place and I feel that there can bo no end to It Barbara was saying But It Isnt kind to urge you In We certainly are doing nothing to find Applowclght and It must be nearly noon It was Just then ho vividly recalls the moment as Griswold felt In his waistcoat for his watchthat Miss Jerry Dangerfleld with Thomas Ard more at her side galloped Into view They were racing madly like Irro sponsible children and bore boisterously down upon the two pilgrims Jerry and Ardmore hatless and warm wero pardonably indignant at thus being arrested in their flight and thp master ot Ardsley feeling for once the dignity ot his proprietorship broke opt stormily I would havo you knowI would have you know he roared and then his voice failed him Ha stared he spluttered ho busied himself with his horse which was dancing in eagerness to resume the race He quieted the beast which nevertheless arched and pawed like a warhorse and then the master of Ardsley bawled Grlssy I say Grlssy Miss Osborne and Prof Griswold on their drooping MIngo county non descripts made a tame picture before Ardmore and his fair companion on their Ardsley hunters Tho daughter of the governor of South Carolina looked upon the daughter of tho governor of North Carolina with high die dain and it need hardly be said that this feeling as expressed by glacial glances was evenly reciprocal and that in the contemptuous upward tilt of two charming chins tho nicest judgment would have been necessary to any fair opinion as to which state had the better argument The associate professor of admiral ty was known as a ready debater and he quickly returned his former friends salutation and In much the same contumelous tone he would have used in withering an adversary before a Jury Where Applewelght Had Been Tie d Pardon me but are you one of the employee here Why Grimy c4 man dont look at me like that How did yonr fI owe your master an apology for riding upon his property at a time when pestilence is giving you cause for so much concern The deathrate from scarlet foyer is deplorably high Oh Grlssy cried Ardmore You have addressed ine familiarly by a nickname sometimes used by in tine friends though I cant for the life of me recall you I want you to know that I am here in an official ca pacity on an errand for the state of South Carolina Miss Dangerflelds chin which had dropped a trifle pointed again into the blue ether You will pardon me she said but an agent ot the state of South Carolina is tar exceeding his powers when he intrudes upon North Carolina soil The state of South Carolina does what it pleases and goes where it likes declared Miss Barbara Os borne warmly whereupon Mr Ard cjore at a glance from his coadjutor wa ed righteously Indignant Its one thing sir for you to ride in here as a but quite an otner for you to comerepresentlngau- untrlendl stats You will please choose which view at tho matter I shall take and I shall act accord- Ingly rro BE CONTINUED In the History Class Teacher Why did Lady Jane Gray request the executioner to wait a rain ute before he struck the fatal blo- wPupilShe probably wanted to stick chewln gum under the edge o tho lockY j f t t rItMi Ytf Wl A nil I5j Ik f tit I t t t I I ff I U JoIIIII U + i ROUND ABOUT I THE STATE I iMOST IMPORTANT NEWSI i GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY i I T + tll Tr rHUSBANDS MAD ACT Fatal Shooting Follows FlndinQ of Let ter to Sweetheart Louisville KyAfter lingering for nearly five hours after he had fired a bullet into his right temple James Dozier the bridge carpenter who fatally shot his wife Leta Greer Do- zier at their home died Tho woman also succumbed to her wounds The husband never regained consciousness and the wife beyond giving tho ad dress ot her sisters living In Louis ville and that of her father did not make a statement regarding tho case The motive for the husbands deed came to light when a letter written by Mrs Doler to William L McGraw of Birmingham Ala was found on Dozlers clothing This billet doux had been written by lila wife but she had neglected to mall it and the mis sive was found in her purse by her husband KAMMERER IS DISCHARGED Judge Miller Gives Opinion in Habeas Corpus Case Louisville In discharging William T Kammerer a member ot the First regiment on a writ of habeas corpus Judge Shackelford Miller handed down an Interesting opinion For tail ing to attend Inspection in tho First regiment Kammerer was court mar tialed fined 50 given a prison sentence of sixty days in Jail and then was ordered to be dishonorably dis charged Tho latter punishment was recommended by the governor Tie contention of J lt Lee and C C Carroll attorneys for Kammerer was that when a member of the militia was not in active service he could only be fined a small sum for failure to at tend inspection CHAMPION RIFLE SHOT State Secretary Bruners Chief Clerk Makes High Score Frankfort Ky William Lyons chief clerk to Secretary of State Bro nor is the new champion rifle shot of the states At 50 feet he made a score of 95 put of a possible 100 The Citizens were again defeated by Capitol team by the following score Capitols Lyons 95 JltorrosSG Woodyard 85 Walker 85 Wash 84 Total 435 Citizens T Morris 80 Roberts 81 Williams 72 Stephens L65 Price 60 Total 35- 8f V KILLEDhVpju tCrrnt 4 s Trc it His Body Loul file Ky johnJ Echenrode former foreman toithe Kentucky Electric Cowas killed here when 2200 volts of electricity passed through his body while ho was on a groundEcbenrode mesh of wires by the force of the shock He was lifted to the roof of a nearby house slid for more than an hour firemen under the direction of physi clans tried to resuscitate the man A crowd of 5000 persons was attracted to the scene BIG TIMBER DEAL Greasy Fork Coal Coduys 14589 Acres in Leslie and Harlan Hyden KyA deed was put on record here from the Burtt Brebb Lumber Co of 1ord Clark county Ky deeding 14589 acres of land to the Greasy Fork Coal and Timber Coot Louisville The consideration was 197260 to be paid in one and two years This is the biggest land deal that has been made in Leslie county in years The land consists of 64 tracts situated in Leslie and Harlan counties and is considered very cheap for the price given It contains an unknown amount of hardwood timber and a good portion of it is underlaid with thick seams of coal New Castle Capt Cyrus Hanks of Covlngton died suddenly whlio hereon a visit to his brotherinlaw E A Gullion He had just arisen and walk ed out on the porch when he dropped down and expired almost Instantly He was 72 years old a confederate vet eran and had been circuit clerk of Carroll county Scottsvllle BarlpT Dennis the boy who was charged with the killing of Aazle Penson was tried before Coun ty Judge Cook and held under 5000 bond to the circuit court which convene next September The charge was reduced to manslaughter Carlisle The Nicholas County fis cat court heard the report of Super intendent J J Sparks as to the condition of the turnpikes and bridges belonging to the county as a result of the recent floods The loss to the county is placed at 20000 Lexington Capt Samuel T Leavy of Midway an officer in Gen John Hunt Morgans noted brigade of con federate raiders is dead aged 70 years He was overcome by heat a week ago and gradually sank Carrollton Carrolltori voted wet by a majority of 84 The drys put up a strong fight but could not stem the tide Carrollton has had high ccnso for earsThQ county of Carroll outside of the city of Carrollton gave a majority f784 for local option i i jji il jkr if tr l L 1r J r l GARRY HERRMANN- Of Cincinnati O Recently Elected Grand Exalted Ruler of tho Elks I The Commonwealth I Frankfort Gov Wlllson has ro celved and accepted the resignation ot W A Blackburn as county Judge of Crlttonden county He has appointed Carl Henaorson of Marlon to the va cancyWlnchesterFiynn Chesbrough Detroit lumbermen closed tho purchase of 8000 acres of1 timber land on the head of Bulls kin creek in Clay and Leslie counties for 120000 from various local parties Hopklnsvllle Local mills are offer ing 1 per bushel for wheat and are buying a good deal at that figure Many farmers however aro holding in ex pectation of higher prices some even claiming they will get f125 Frankfort Mrs Mayme Carroll Gray 78 niece of late Bishop William Carroll and Charles Carroll a signer of the Declaration of Independence died here She was a rncmber of a distinguished Baltimore family Carlisle The long search for the body of young Whorles Sosby who was drowned in Elk creek this county has been rewarded by the Unding of the body in Licking river over 25 miles below the mouth ot the creek IlUddlesboroTho three robbers stores were captured near PoweRs river Tenn by two fanners COins and Poore The three men gave their names as John Smith John Simmons and John Lee but would not tell where they lived Horso CaveTho stockholders of the Union Planters bank met and elected H F Mustaln as receiver to settle the affairs ot the corporation The selection was unanimous and If approved by the secretaryotstatellr Mustaln will begin hIs dUfles at once Harrodsburs Tho 3yearold Cut of Mrs James Rexroat of the Perry vlllo vicinity narrowly escaped death from strar ation caused by attempt ing to sr a thimble The thlm blo lodge child Hrpat but was finally uidhr sffort Louisville Plans t a bi thin in honorot Louisville day Oho Valley Improvement erppslisw to be Md in Cincinnati August 2i to Septe Vr 59 t worked put at r Jete m1ttet1nPl sentln a uou i Board of Trade nod i ixUihUe Commercial club Mt Sterling Austin May 21 son of Purd May a farmer went to his home near Judy this county drank carbolic acid in the presence of his family and died in ten minutes Ho had been attending the fair and had been drinking May was unmarried He gave ho intimation of his Inten tionsFrankfortAppellato Judge Settle called in Judges OR ar and Hobson to sit with him in the case that has come before the appellate court regarding the location of the county high school in Hart county The resl dents of the county are divided into factions over the location of the schoolLouisvllloCharles Bremaker first paper manufacturer of this city a commissioner of the Lakeland Insane Asylum and one ot Louisvilles wealthiest citizens died of old age He was 77 years old He was a mem ber of the board of commissioners of the Lakeland Insan Asylum for 20 yearsLexlngtonWlth authorized capital stock of 1100000 the Central Kentucky Phosphate Co was incorporated here Lexington will be the location of the companys offices and plant Capital lets from Birmingham Ala WInsto- nSalemN C are the incorporators The company will develop phosphate beds of the south- Mtrvernpn G W Gentry Jr a sawyer was killed by being shot through the stomach by Town Mat shal G R Ferguson The troublo came up over the marshal having arrested a son ot Gentry some time since It Is alleged Gentry struck Ferguson in the face when the latter opened fire FultonFor three more years Fulton is to remain In the ranks of the long list of dry towns in Kentucky at the close of the most weird cam- paIgn in the history of this section ending with the local option forces victorious by the meager majority ot 17 votes Harrodgburg Laura Bottoms the colored woman who was taken ill of pellagra died at her home In Perry vlUe This is the second case of the disease in Kentucky the other one being in Jessamine county when the victim died a few deys after being ta ken Ill- OWlngsvlUeTho dwelling and storehouse containing a largo stock ot general merchandise belonging to Thomas L Jones of Odessa this coun ty were destroyed fire The less is said to be aboun4Oon which there was 1600 Insurance The origin of the fire is not known Deputy Fire Marshal Terhune who happened to be hero on ther business is Invest gaUngLexlngtonGlen H Curtiss has been engaged to make dally flights in dUroIngHt L i y 0 1 i- ThcGentlcinaninthcStrawllati I By Philip Kean j Its the gentleman in the straw hat miss said the little maid Its a most inconvenient time to see him Catharine said But ho Insists Catharine trailed the snowy lengths of her satin gown toward the door I suppose I shall have to see him she said Did he give any name No the maid replied but ho is the same gentleman that came the other day I knew him by his straw hat It seemed sort of strange for a gentleman to bo wearing a straw hat In winterYes does Catharine said and went downstairs Catharine greeted the stranger somewhat coolly She had suspicions of a book agent although a second glance at the man before her rather shabbyHowant to paint your picture ho said Catharine looked at him haughtily Why I dont know you Her voice had in It a note of anger bufho did not seem disturbed I want to paint your picture he repeated You are the most beauti fulwoman I have ever seen Catharine stood up You have not seen me long enough to call me beautiful Ihave seen you many times he said and last night as you came out and crossed the snowy pavement on tho way to your motor I was stand- Ing on the steps You wero wrapped la white furs and there were din monds in your hair I thought of the Snow Queen about whom I used to read in my fairy books Catharine leaned toward him eager with interest I remember she said but how cruel she was Yes he agreed Iyes but your beauty tho wonderful white of the mowthewhlt riOrfursI want them on my canvasI must have them But again Catharine repelled him youtsheBaletHis head went up Ihan no reputation he admittedandIam poor and struggling for recognition but I lovo my art I know I am ask- Ing much but no one will ever paint you better than I shall paint you Of course I could not come alone she said I do not wish you to come I have no sudloI want to paint you hereHis demand was made so quietly ItWouldgave in weakly When he had gone however and she told at the table of the strange circumstance her mother exclaimed against the uncon ventionally and her father spoke of the danger ot admitting an unknown man to the house Her cousin Betty Barnes however who was spending the winter with her thought it somet- hIng of an adventure It has been so deadly dull lately she said Just teas receptions and things Can we all come in and see iJlm paint you Catharine Of course you can Catharine an youBetbaversaw But as Catharine learned to know the painter she found that it was not povertyalone that made him wear a straw hat So completely was he wrapped up in his art that he thought little ot the things that rule the average man- GraCluallyunder his band the pic lure was taking on great beauty Good Uses to Which the Leftover Pieces Can Be Put by the Thrifty Housewife The wise housewife knows the value of leftover pieces of carpet When a carpet gets too old for use and is taken up to be replaced by a better one do not give it to the rag man Of course It is foolish to keep itore otuff of that sort around that you can possibly use but there are many places where a bit of old car pet may be used to advantage- In a kitchen with stone floors it will be a great comfort to the cook to have little rugs which may be1 made of short strips of the carpet to use in the places where she will do any con tinuous standing It is much less fir- Ing to stand on carpet than on either stone floor or boards and these strips small enough to be shaken easily and of small lossltthlngs are dropped on them are a practical saving i i While he painted he talked to her4 He had been everywhere seen everyi thing She listened and when he left wished that she might listen stilL It was when the picture was almost finished that the artist demanded something more of Catharine Tomorrow he said will be myj last day here with youIt will be myj last day of happiness She looked at him her eyes shin ing her cheeks flushed Why should it be your last day of happlnessl she asked j Because I must leave you he toldj her For a moment they looked at each other and the eyes of the girl told i the man something that he knew herIlips would not utter He took a quick step toward her then stopped You would never marry me he said even if I dared ask you I have t called my picture The Lady ot the Y01lhave L i She caught her breath quickly The look had died out In her eyes I am glad you know me so well she saId and presently she left him and went away Ho painted until dark came and then sat there without he light dreaming In the big chair near the J fireplace k Presently some one came in softlyJ t M It was Betty Barnes She came over 7and looked at him I have found 1 you out she said slowly t aqHis eyes tried to pierce the dim i1tBarnesBetty touched the button and tura 1j ij- ed on the electric light Letme look Jat youshe said She surveyed hint ifourdeceived me she told him confident ally as she settled herself in another big chair I had seen some ono who looked like you but It wasnt until v yesterday that I traced tile resem blance to the picture that hung over my brothers desk at college The artist nodded Yes I poured tea for you the time that you came on to see Jacks room 1 have been abroad since them and havo learned c to paint and I tell In love with thIanne at the opera I did not know a soul to present me to her I did 4wasture So I made up my mind to some 4 fshea tdreamy artist whom she could admit t jbecause he fancied himself a genius lj and because she might help him to 0 fame Betty laughed And now you are rf afraid to fees up she aldiifclvemeShelslOso hard to touch f 4 4v rb abqwa how lc11 youjxaa knowabout JV Betty said tth1sBut t k t a eyerc7iTSere was a look laTher eyes today that made me hope for a minute Its a mans pWetp let a girl know ibthat he cares f J But even wise little Betty did nat t 1fi t iififrozening with her eyes on her own llttlaf J fl1hadowHe ovesmeahe said to herself but he Is poor and afraid to tellmeo c 11hImBetty had gone after an admonl lfJarethe romance for her L ZtfoundC1crept d you to paint another she oaid It He turned to her Another cfpicture he stammeredI r tYes she said I want you to j pInt me as the Lady otDreamstdont want any snow or Ice or froze r Iitthings but flowers and sunshine t iYou have made me a thing of Ice and haHe stood silent before the beauty p J10TeI could ioveyoi i 7 1 After a Umethel1 they had f4 ft roXloversception There was BO necessity for the straw hat he told her nor E4j- for the shabby clothes But he d4 kcot let her know that he was rich be 4iiwanted first to paint her as his Lady i ot Dreams and to feel the happiness of the man who knows that not be iscause of his position not becau seori 11outward things is he beloved but be cause of his own true worth 4 Value cmmnunun of the Old Carpet Jilij rI1t Jl 1r c 1Therecarpet to put under JhetubstmdU8J i tder the ironing board for the laun r i i4 dress to stand on They ybeeasily pulled up and put out of sight afterward r Often too the refrigerator Is not ready to receive the Ice or there may 7keepwith a newspaper and then wrap it 1 in the indispensable old carpet which has first been thoroughly cleansed Another use for a strip about si feet long is for a runner In house holds where there are children or ninny persons coming In and out this runner will save the carpet on a rainy day when It seems quite Impossible rfor every one to wipe his feet thor r oughly t U t1Yield of Almond Oil 1 1 One hundred pounds of almonds tiT Jfr tyield 48 J pOunds of oil vV T3 A Jij M f r r1 i r 7 tcT 4 oc s f Obi J 835fvj h2 Ji i rJL 4 JI v o JWINliSVILLE OUTLOOK PUBLISHED WEEKLY OWINGSVILLE KYj t I t yulCongressi Ky Postoflice as secondclass t matter J- i TilE OUTLOOKS subscriptions 1 rates arc as follows i 4 One year One Dollar Six months Sixty CentsI Three months Thirtyfive Cents f MY No commissions allowed any t i bo yon subscriptions t desiring a change j of address should give previous bypget their items to us not later than Monday if possible when out of stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper t News matter of general inter 4 est is welcomed bring it to uMY Iwithout delay if you wish it Sortedj Advertisers wishing a change discontinuance of ad should a Inform us the week previous to publication day Address all communications t Joint W HONAKEB Owingsville Ky i 1 THURSDAY JULY 28 1910 t t IANNOUNCEMENTS bT We are authorized to announce r1 Will J Fields of Carter county as a candidate for Congress in ttt the Ninth district of Kentucky DcrrY4Ir Itht1 Archimedes Dickerson as a can Z r didate for Circuit Court Clerk of r Bath County subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party lrb t t As was a foregone conclusion t jt Congressman J B Bennett of 7 Greenup was reriominated for J Congress at the Republican dig at Maysville Ju I Sly20 It was a strictly standpat or regular Republican conven tion Bennetts troubles will like lycomo for reelection sq 1 CORRESPONDENCE j k r I S j Pebbluedal4 Eva May Wbodard 9yearold 1 rftandVt saSburial Uly 17v Mr an Mrs WoodardhaveTrry fritnl h re ijyfaor ygre grit v 4t J ol1 their bereavemi nt f1 Moist farmers are behind with j f their work and arei paying 11 J perdayfor labor LwJ Hay harvestis on hand arid the itf crop is excellent I Grange cityt4 Mrs Lizzie Denton returned to I her home at Grenola Kansas af 4 ter a sixweeks stay with her father Alfred Havensnig School began here July 18 wi rim L Miss Kate Gray teacher fc r1ingrretumI ter a twoiyreeks stay with h ffather Samuel Walton Miss Kate Gray returned home S test week after a threeweeks MicIiirr Wyoming Walter Gray and familyof WilI 1iszb rkO visited Mrs Grays hetre Several from here attended the v11 J Mt SterJingfair t L t ceraLJuly 22 to Thos Bradb y wite ai8 lot t Miig Margaret and Georg a i oa returned from it fJ ivjsittotlieirarintMrs t ieFize atM rsyill t fj i rsWi1lje Vanlandingham is f + y Sjtf f r 1 tk J Nancy Daugherty aged yfrw I J7f X Moo re s Fa rrv 1 4EkIerCab rt Cassity filled his 3f regular appointment at Ringos PtyRazor of Salt iLick four hogs at b f gjeper ippjund J 4 Mrs Emma Walsh ofPenJl 1 iy sylyamajrjs visiting mother ft 1 oP Shroktwas In Qwings e jt fVill Saturday f Katn a p J i re fav Mr and Mrs Francis Pur kttThe Gardner brothers h ave t1f bv6dthir camp from here to J Jj Wycr Lflie Atchison and familyvis tt ibsWmMoore on Roes Rim b3frc Ly lt1 r ft iShrouthas purchased aj Aett Mw awmtlL i f tr fj tt it iJ1 J 0 oii rI o v n 2 lJ I tfI fbi J1 cz = y 4zJ t i J 4 r cft 1l rf t 4 f s- lzT p i 1iPe1 t uJj r = Q fIf t t J tj I t rj t 0 If 1 4 a + t r rUpper Prickly Ash 11hm lei Evcrman has been on thu sick list for several days of improvingher Mrs Martha Allen of Owings e visited relatives here the t week thefair irBaldEagle ofWashingtonday with Edgar Horseman better Edwin Stone left SaturdayTor his home in Illinois accompanied w LhoStepstono ontheSeveral from here attended the t Sterling fair last week Dawson Royseand VI1CU1 IlCtll ECarmichaellMonday beenIAlexanderspentfromThursday brother James Montjoy and wife and her sister Mrs John Hall F A McQuithy and wife visited Isaac Ishmael and family in Mt Sterling last week Miss Ella Donohew of Mt Sterling is visiting her uncle H D Blevins and family and other friends and relatives Miss Melissa Carpenter of near Owingsville spent Tuesday with SSCS May and Artie Ragan Uncle John Karrick continues about thesame of his illness Charlie Prices little brothers visitinghimtheir home at Lexington Friday Mrs Wm Carmichael is on the sick list- Frank Brown has been sick We had a nice rain Sunday OdessawJ B Jones lostby death last week a fine yearling colt Mrs J B attended FriIdayMore work was done the pas anyifone we Is me corn to plow Elder B Parker wili re Ii the f rierP + latAjame Poat euun next Sund Ipck a m Elder B F Parker preached- Saturday nightandSundayattlc- hoolhouse If s here as there was no preaching at the church inI steado Sunday evening as an nounced Elder G W Mills of Owingsville filled the pulpit he church in the afternoon am E sc iigilhouseOn last Thursday about mid ight the general store of Thos L Jones was discovered to be on on fire by Dr Gilmore who gave the alarm by firing guns In a few moments bells were ringing ag quicklytheredthing Fortunately there was no o csfficer Jones had a stock of goods of etween six and seven thousand dollars that went into ashes in a few minutes He had four thousand five hundred dollars insurance MA Garner Son who eighthundred Salt Lick f Sherman Gulletts son arnV1 d r1aughtersity at Lexington in September E W Scott of Olive Hill visited his brotherinlawr Q James last weeku dingDeputyRev here on business Friday B A Shrout of near Owings ule County Surveyor was here Saturday locating the new county road up Salt Lick creek Fred Davis of Morehead and h i1fittsburgond last week and attended the HigvhSchool R E Carter was at Morehead Wednesday of last week LASeverald the fair at Mt Sterling HO James is about well of h faihiiece K Jeff Highley P Frizzell HO James and several others attend abdOwingsville Saturday James Davis was at home from Lexington Sunday Frank Hedge of Farmers was here Sunday Hon A H Points was in Ow ingsville Saturday N i t As- l P f ft j t L r 4 7 f i p d 1J q tff I We had a fine shower of rain here Sunday afternoon Our town council is going to get in bin if they dont fix the sidewalks trItinIYour writer in company with o other men was over to see e new route where the cut is to be made through the Cane y mountain The work is rapidly progressing and a number of men a tplacedhe onI The work on the railroad ri teghtofway Ya1eIICapt Coleman Manager of the Royer Wheel Co was in Cincin 1nati last week Jeff Highley was at Mt Ster ling Thursday on businessmMiss Inez Highley returned last Thursday from a visit to her sis t iersBourbon county ICrocksJC Carpenter and wife of Lexington are visiting relatives here F M Williams of Paintsville is visiting his father Dr WI 11e iams here Mrs Will Satterfield visitede lativcsin Mt Sterling from Friday till Sunday Mrs Dave Gilbert and two chil dren of Midland are visiting relatives here Mrs W W Nixon and Miss Gertrude Parks were at Salt Lick Wednesday of last week There are no blackberries in this neighborhood Miss Mittie Bailey of White p GastMiss Lillie Johnson was in Ovv ingsville Tuesday Clark Shultz and wife were in- OwingsvilleSaturda Mrs John Satterfield began her school at the Valley Monday John L Vice shipped carload of lambs last week tMrsSalt Lick one day JgaTweek E M Swartsrof Terre Ha te nd1s visiting his father Gep I Swarts Several from here attendedhe lf+ St df ir = bztRun visiteu relatives here Sat urday and Sunday Sid Warren and wife were guests Of his mother Mrs JLCopher Sunday Mrs Clay Shultz is very poorly Westnr ICarlvisiting home folks daughte1Ruthar ter Mrs James Hoyermale at Johnson PMorehead f Clell McGlosson last week Miss Mildred Alexander of Yale was the guest of relatives here last week Miss Olive Jackson and little visitingJackson Mrs Thrasher visited her son in Mt Sterling Miss Lucy Wilson returned last Monday to Pineville after a two weeks visit to Misses Ethel and ay Swarts StOODS The oats crop hai been har vested and is a good one August is going to find a very small acreage of tobacco topped Stoops captured several blue ribbons at the Montgomery fair lookingbeautiful paint Miss Nannie Byrd of Bourbon county is visiting relatives here tobacco Worms are thick and IbeThe small boys dream is ended school began in earnest Monday morning The attendance was fairly good T N Coons and wifejof North yofSunday Clifford McKinivan and sister of White Oak visited Mrs Ella Hamilton Saturday and Sunday The yield of wheat was abcs LelepriceSeveral large droves of cattle will be weighed this week at 7 to 725 per wto fIft t iki f l it l v A hayTheSll Saturday arteinoon at one oclock Miss Mayme D Turner of Springfield and Leslie Thurs marIriedRev H D Clark in Mt Stef daughterand is a beautiful and deserving young lady ling quite popular with all who know her Mr 1 V shayncand IS a worthy and capable young friendsInds inatper SUT LOVENGOODS SlmtT TF first person I met was Sut af VaIl s e that something was wrong He had been Side whipped in a free fight or was just outgrow ng one of hisbig drunks But upon this point I was very soon enlightened Why Sut whats wrong now Heaps wrong durn my skin if I aint most ded Lite off that boss George and take a horn while I take two shaking th flask of his at me vl a inan Ill tell ye ef I ken but its most beyond tellin I reckon I the darndes fool outen Utaw cept my dad for he acted hess an I haint dun that yetallers in some trap that cudent ketch a sheep Ill drown myself sum day see ef I dont just to a family dinpersition to make dd fools 0 themselves How is it Silt have you been b w thichNara one that cant be did in these parts but seein its you eorge Ill tell you but I swa- rImshamedsicksorryand and pYeCarr at his cabin onhe mount ain an pays fur sich as I gets when I hev money an when I hevent any why he takes one third outen me in cussinjan she thats his wife Bets takes out othertwothirds with the battlin stick and the intrust with her t and the intrusts mor n theprincl a heap more Shes he cusedes oman I ever se eny how for i8wbreedin am pride She can a blister onto a bulls eriton the curl iiltwominitsSJi outbreeds evrything on the randterns nrter evjy fashion psLe JJiear Tv jgsels 1Q riteh rioIW on emj threeWellmade truck tomake a newshikeouten and coaxed it and about the time it were dun here comes lawyer Johnson along and axed forbreakfusI wish it hadpizenedhimdumhis hide and I wonder it or she cooks awful mixings when she tricim pizen proof myself ceenWell while he were a eatenshe spied omit that his shift was stiff an mity slick so she never rem t ed till she wormd it outen him that a preparation of Hour did it and she got a few particulars about the pere dings outen him by oman arsI dont know how she dId It perhas he does Arter he left she sit man billa big pot of paStenigh peck of it an Pused in my shihe an let it soak while i1drythe cabin in the sun Thar it stood as stiff as a dry hoss hide an it rattled like a sheet of iron it did It were pasted together all over When I cum to dinner nothin Wud do but I must putheon Well Bets an me t arter some hard work she pulling at one of the tails an meat the tother an I got into it Durn tie everlasting newfangled shirt I Y likeuihad craw leU into an old an hit full of piSants but it were like lawyer Johnsons an f stood it like a man an went to work to Bets an ashhcip per I worked powerful hard an swet like a hess and when the- shirtgOt wet it quit its hurtin Arter I got dun I tuk about four fingers 0 redhead and got up into the cabin loft to take a snuzeWell when waked up I thc was ded bed thecholera for ll the jints I cud move wer ii ankul rists neezecuddenteven- move my lied and scasely wii my eyesthe cussed shirt was fromtof the broadax ollarovermy ears It sot as clost to me asaIcow does Q her March 1 squirmed and strain until I sorter got it broke at the shoulders and elbows and then I dun the darnest foolishest thing ver did in these mountings I h ffledmy britches pffand to loose from my hide t inches of the tail around in much pain and tri ulatiopphLbut it did hurt I tuk up a plank uten the loft and hung my legs o t fI CiL nt1J ti 1i fJw I n J down threw the hole and nailed the aidge of the front tail to Jhe floor before me and the hind tail I nailed to the plank wot I sot on I unbuttoned the collar and ris aboveImyand then jumped threw to the gr IHereWell Sut goon did the shirt brii t did I hearn a noise sorter like tarin a l rultreached the floor I staggered s i schirttheir holt and thar it war hang s AtifFof Mexico just after one of their LCfi a pbouthalf bill here a bunch of my ham about the size of a birds nest thar then some more skin then some paste then a little more bar then a heap of skin and so on allover the darned newfan gled everlastin infernal cuss of a shirt It was a picture to look at and so was I The hide liar and paste were about equally de vided atween me and hit Won der what Bets darn her thort when she cum home and found me missin Spect she thinks I diedtskeered her good for I tell you t looked like the skin of some wild animal torn off alive or a 1bag what had carried a load of fresh beef home from the shoot in match SEE THE ARROW As a ready means of notifying subscribers hat their subscriptions need re na ttLOOK Rememberthatwecannoi extend now we use I permitting T dHEa correspondent at the following theIand leave out mere visits inside the countyhUpper Flat CreekcTRUE INVENTORY A Canadi an lawyer tells this story A bailiff went out to levy on the contents of a house The in r ventory began in the attic and theIof furniture ran thus One diningroom table oak One set chairs 6 oak One sideboard oak Two bottles whisky full e vard iIl stricken out and replaced by the word1 empty and the inventory straggledtpage until it closed with luOnerevolving doormat Everybodys Magazine MARK TWAIN ON PROHIBITION I am a friendof temperance and I want it to succeed but I dont think Prohibition is practi al The Germans you see pre vent it Look at them They have just invented a method of making brandy out of sawdust Now what chance will Prbhibi tion have when a man can take a rip saw and go out and get drunk with a fence rail What is the good of Prohibition if a man is able to make brandy mashes out the shingles on his roof or if ie can get the delirium tremens by drinking the legs off of the kitchen table VESSELS OF WRATH The automobile is a fine bird but it sucks blood It sings a song that lures men to destruction and women to vain pride that Corrodes upotheeveningbreezeducats like a hay baler also ma zuma and sesterces and dough and rocks it lappeth a house afire Wheri the devil wagon champeth and snorteth flee unto the mountains of Hep sidam and crawl into a hole or the devil will get you and carry goethforthand shaking with pride a halo of blue smoke cireleth him like a wreath he patteth himself with pride and saith behold I am a lallapaloola theiranL swipeth up his substance inanight and aMissouri mule hauleth Thekcar is raging and whoso is deceived thereby should soak his wrathydevilcarts that eat mens time inHa ani make his family into hamburger steaks Woe is his name who thebrasser eye at fate OculistHow are you troubled withyour eyesight PatientI cant see where my next load of coal is coming from t tc 4ptti11i oiJ dtriibMo 1 J J f h ThLNEWSPAPERSr ov I1erregalatlOnrequirin bythecitybecause hehasles It seems a little tough that country editors have to be haul federallawsribers i for the small sums they owe on subscriptions but It is like itorknowsnd if too many subscribers are behind on their paper it means shapethatherompt paying list of subscribers JerkeThisliThe Bee this morning received its first official summons from requiressubscriberssend the paper to delinquents no mattGrhow willing we may betaacconmodate them We sometimes question the right of UncleS w w orrongsayn 1ly to cut off a lot of good and long time patrons who we know in tend to pay but are careless about the matter and if such really j want the Bee we know will come to our assistance and relieveus of this embarassment 1 scoopspelS thepenaltyof business for the expense of putting a onecent stamp on every entiresubscriptioniJheraAuxiliaryc i ALTERNATIVESOf two al sagelytt shrought hhetInsidestool a NntandheWe stole out softly and pro to the next inmate This cell was thickly padded and the man was stark staring madaIt tThisd GiesDAILY flCHisI H1PUINE WORLD FAMOUS AVIATOR WILL SHOW POSSIBILITIES I PROMISES WILL BE FULFILLED Race Between Aeroplane and One of the Fastest Horses at Lexington Track Foremost among the amusement features which will characterize the Blue Grass Fair to be held at Lexing ton the week ft August 3th to 13th will be dally flights In an aeroplane by ono of the most famous aviators ol the country No other one subject Is creating at this time the same amount of Interest In the public mind as is the development of aerial nay I gation The possibilities which It of tors are so great as to be almost be yond human computation Present prospects indicate that perfected it la apt to revolutionize the entire world American aeroplanes have taken high rank among the aeroplane ag gregations of the world and Amen can aviators have performed not only in this country but abroad feats which entitle them to bo ranked among the greatest of those living- Exhibitions Dally The exhibitions at the Blue Grass Far will be given by a worldfamous aviator and in every respect set lorth Intelligently and fully an Idea ot tho possibilities of aerial havlga tlptt These flights will be made dally throughout the week of the Fair to that visitors who come only for one day may rest assured of seeing them Naturally weather conditions play spme part In the extent of flights in aeroplanes Tho management of the Blue Grass Fair has never believed in promising what It can not absolutely fulfill It therefore does not spec- Ify any particular feats to be per formed on particular days because ot the realization that wind velocity and other weather factors may prevent such feats but it can promise that except In the case of terrific down your of rain aeroplane flights will be made each day Race Between Aeroplane and Horse At least one day Curing the Fair a race will be arranged between an aeroplane and one of the fastest horses at the Lexington track The horee lI1h Riven a start of a quai ter of a mile and the aviator will en deavor to catch him circling In It entirety tho famous mile track at the Blue Grass Fair grounds before the finish wire 1s reached This will be a feature that has never been attempted anywhere else and Is certain to prove a drawing card for thousand of people from all portions of Ken tucky r Subscribe for TIlE OUTLOOK 6l 1 Lhi 7 4 1 f r r J tt tllHONORED CITIZEN You spectfully treat that gentleman very re Yes hes oneofou1 early IanrIblilsonheLeader f otice Poultry ais iNow is the time of yea t JiTyour a good tonic J 1141144 1 I cures Cholera Roup Gapes un f 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