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S dF I 1 A fttt Jrl iI j 41 ItPi l Tv J i t l i1 h j 1 fai J 1 iF 1 f i 1 r tf- rrf F = Jr- r V r ft I p 4 i ti w1 w f Nr f 7il jz t J tti jlfIf i l t1rL 4 f t i 111 InI i fi J f ir + VOL XXXII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 4 1910 NO4 Subscribe for TIrE OUTLOOK betAugust County day Corn meal for sale Apply t 43tf ESTILL HONAKER J Mound City paints tear and look best TMPERRYCO Cut prices on mens and clothing at L D Brothers cas store 3tf I Charley Felty and Grif wr fey of Salt Lick were licensed ttowed yw Born to Jas Jackson and wife Montgomeryh it hlAbaby boy was born to Mrs i Effie May Myers Birmingham Ala recently Ayr j Mens womens and slippers at reduced prices atL D Brothers cash store A girl baby was born to Mr 01and Mrs Wm Crockett of the eastern suburb last week r T9 1 Arthur McKee and wife are en rtaining a baby son that art r rived last week their third son t P cethird son arrived at The t 1 uuunKtf S A Dowd and wife 1 I nee Jessie Atchisonl at Hills za born The mass convention to nomi nate a Democratic candidate for r i Circuit Court Clerk will be held here next Saturday r Three colored members of th Salvation Armyr two men and amongthi stata t carloadof mules NEWT RASKIN I Schooltrustee elections wilt be ii vlwld in about 28 of thecounty dlStri col If ored districts will elect a colonii t t VJiil tort FWDInt Meaifee county 0 m BI eVJnp f4 t v1ao-e e Iiigrl1z age a- eieh rftw ihlmeclby Etc H r fr pfAaaipfc TNOTic Everybody is warn K r not t6 hirer or employ my son w f asTDAVID JOHNSON 35 Sherburne Ky r e 0 4 ColVWTPhelpss r pdrtcftttle at 745 per hundred pund8D C Fox sold 40 head Ji at 725 arid R C Gatewood fu ed 765 for 150 headMr Sterling Gazette t l ti JIvRPATIEITsThefollowH f p ngt t tP MrsAnniet l Alex Conners little daughter r Eleanora f I Mrs Jaunes R late Y p j jrsFrank Young to r I THEWEATHERThe ore par- r tI of last week was cool but the afIm untji f11D8 Wednesday morning and and showers Friday night ir p r i 11 SEETHE AJtRoWlAs a ready r of i d means of notifying subscribe that theirsubecriptaoneneed rS t r1 tneWlng we eanarro1mar c laoolonthelrOU1orhIllr i t extend s credit now like we used tl A w te the postal authorities not per lt t i r ittinifit tf t r r J CROP PROSPECTS Tobacco fromfthe su ft itf fering formoisture when rai f fell Wednesday forenoon a n fl i ji night ButJforallthatthepros t is more avertgtI 1n r utl cases but these are offset by yynd t fJ1t t J oM Fox DROWNED Thomas m Fox Jr son ofThomas Fox Ewtt1 r a oh J JoshJ1alypru ty F6x started to swim across atldtti i L 15 sup wl dlaeeae o cramps causedhiM 28tr years and was well known throughht pttofJheState He is sur her viv parents broth Mdit 1 cfl IfI i 1 FiJ f o 1 tl r fJi IJf 1 I 1 l r r S c1 Ji r a 1 I j f o rl I tr 0 rf i jitt I A PERSONAL I J W Hutcheson is slowly improving somoe a Stert Miss Grace Whaley is visiting countyhi e Thursday to visit her parents at PerryvilleR after a long illness ith malarial fever is able to go about again Miss Lena Prather of Danville visited her cousin Mrs Geo W Mills last week Mrs Dora Cook of HoldenW MrsJamessMrs Floyd Ross of Mt Ster ling visited her aunt Miss Carrie Nixon the past week Capt W P Conner got some better the past week being able to take nourishment MrS James Gillon and daugh er Ellen went Saturday to visi relatives at Flemingsburg Mrs Sarah Jackson went last week to visit her son Jas Jackson of Montgomery county Miss Susette Johnson of Mt Sterling visited her sister Mrs H S Goodpaster last week Mrs W P Strader of Lexington is with her mother Mrs J illeJeff Ratliff and wife of Mt Sterling visited the formers brothers Cabe S and Sam J last week Millersburgjoinedd day on a visit to his father A W Bascom Mrs Emma Fassett of Mt Sterling is staying with her sis Mrs Mary Metcalfe who is i very poor health Yrs WmrrAtchisonahdditigh twHnr Roger Animerman wil- lsoiaertisieitAr j itovohn B Peters Georgetown came over first of the week on a parentsMrandMrsThomas Mrs John E Moss of Wopdi lawn came last week on a to her parents Judge John A Daugherty and wife Mrs W T Steele of Indianapolis Ind came Friday to visit her sisters Mrs J J Nesbitt and Mrs A W Walden tkPressdent Leslie McCormick wife and children of Mt Sterling were parentsThos Miss Mattie Woodson Barnes of Owingsville has been th guest of hef sister Mrs Lesli McCormick several davsMtterling Gazette v J M Richart and James Mor Georgetowntrip there and back in their auto mobile the sameday liss OrraMetcalfe began her- school at Fassetts schoolhouse Monday The attendance was much larger than usual for the beginning of that school Mrs R P DeGraffenried an daughter Mary of Muskogee Okla came last week on a visit LacyandbroStockwell Samuels wife an two children a little daughter Mrs Dillard Hazelrigg Mrs Die Stedr wifea Fitzhugh of Lexington and Miss Eleanor Robertson of Cincinnati who OlympiaSprings H Goodpaster some days mst week LETTERSLew t jremained uncalled for in the Ow 191uaease say they are advertised lJoe Morris Geo Cline Alfred n Mayme Morrs L Hat ton Carl Goodpaster Frank Pead HarIte Shultzo M SllrsBeleRice sold 282 bush i8of wheat at 1 the highest psi reported here this season t P PROSPECTS IN TEXAS Rosen berg Texas July 281910OUT LOOK I thought I would write a few lines to let my old friends know that I am still living and hopethissame The Claytons and the Lanes are all well except Will Lane who has had a tendays lay off on ac count of an attack of bilious fe againWe weather and the gulf breeze is fanning u prospactguessing their cotton at a bale pe acre Some corn is judged at 80 bushels per acre From what have seen in the four years tha- I have been here I think this is fine agricultural country All i needs is a few more Northern men with some push about them to take the place of the old natives who have no getup about them I have seen as many as seven carloads of potatoes in one train going north One farm shipped nine carloads of last year corn Thto Jeff Atchison at 26 per acre when he was here was sold about three months ago at 32 The 960 acres that loffered Jeff at 35Wmhis land he paid 19 but he has improved it still that would make him a good profit I have been offered 35 for the land that I paid 12 for four ago My improvements have cost me 1800 You ought to see Judge Lane out on the farm tying hay at the press He and two other kidsI can easily do one mans work and the bossing too He tells m shapeTheand thousands of tons have bee shipped out at 7 ton But the price is down a little now I would advise everybody to cometo Texas while the crops are on the land then they can sr what will r ow hero If iwawtei t v ly bWl Uloreabout exaawi lie aie As ever your friend JAMES ALLEY JSFind draft for my renewal J A RS LYDIA SHOUSES DEATH f abrielnessil t IFuneralthe residence at 1 p m Sunday by Elder NC Carpenter after which the interment was made at the Marshall cemetery at 2 p m The pallbearers were Dr C L Cook DrLFRobbins Allen H Points TB Staggs D H Hall and JT Evans Deceased was born Dec 15 1836 Her maiden name was Myers she being a granddaughter of Jacob Myers a Kentucky Slatee was married to Green B Shous- one of the most prominent cit zens of the Salt Lick neighbor hood and they reared the follow ing children Isaac Mrs WStephens R James Lee deceasedWm s land Mrs Boone North M f agoMrsesti- mable lady enjoying the love whd OUTLOOK joins in condolences the bereaved family gdCongrkheld in Lexington during the oftheplace of Wm Addams who is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor RD annd Y are candidates for the place BABY DIED The body o Gladys Gertrude Jones aged 9 months and 22 days daughter of Peter H Tones and wife was brought from near Indianapolis Ind July 28 and grandfatherJohnM parentshavefriends in their sorrow SMALL PROFITS FOR CASH With small profit and large v ume I can save you on an aver age ten per cent each year on andceer 4tf R CLYDE BYRON i i 4i i s 4 1 1 J READ THIS Notice No 21have sold out to R Clyde Byron my interest in the GROCERY bus iness and a prompt settlement of your account is requested and in order to wind up the old busi pThanking4tf S D THOMPSON partnerDudsettle your account and try me bussf t o f profits I expect to make it to your witrh me bodyt burt Fairview Fleming county EmilyCleWhaley Jr nee Amanda Will son of Bethel recently anson a e residenceOiling the streets with crude petroleum began Tuesday WHERE TO SHOOT HIMOut side the shop oY Moses Son dummyfigureing that way espied the coat ratherherapidly moved olf Moses saw tlietbief running away and at oM set op a hulla balloo Calling io kit son to bring afteItheWhen within i r y yards o hies son to in got ready to do so wheik Minnd ze coat Bewire W vas shoot in ze trousers donSpare Mo ments TRuJCltToo WIs Guinness ted for Par t nt aKazine edited truing i I now Heaa great admirer four American buck beer He imports a keg of springGuinness stout maker told mea buck beer story last month i timelastican friendbeing ill had attemp suicide So he wired to Amer a to ask if its was true His wired back Suicide story false Wouldnt myselfbeforelhe DANGEROUS WORD A well dressed man a florists shop threw down a sovereign said he wanted some flowers to take home Hewass very un steady having been on a spree apparentlyintended fering dozeneleavesAt the door he hesitated thesesChrysanthemums The customer shook his head easierra dozen pinks Modern Society Hightandfarmers Itoyou askin for yon bit of sheep over at your steadin Man re IYethat sheep I will tak it at Dougalue I business on the Sawbath said Donald Business exclaimed shaeplikebusiness at all itsjust charity Ladies Home Journal SERIOUS BUSINESS Wheres ofn Up the river fishinanswer ed the boy- Wheres YOUrbig brother Down the river fishin doingrHasnt your family anything to do but amuse itself dinr what maw says if we come home fishWasliingtoon The more a man can save go ing home of nights the more he will waste pretending that it waS working late at the office i TRANSMIGRATION One morn ink Jenkins looked over his car neighborHeythat hole Oh he said Im just re some of my seeds thats angrily my hens Thats all right The seeds are inside T jSUCH EXCELLENT MILK A simple hearted and truly devout country preacher who had tasted but few of the drinks of the hightonedmilk punch was quietly set down andhappinessWakefield quaffed his and added Madam you should dai ly thank God for such a goo- dcowOnce a Week LoGICALSo you think Mars must be inhabited Rasrhabitantsei folks All dem canals wouldnt be no good wifout canal benoain no use tryin to run any kin helpaRISKY FOR THE PRODIGAL Crusty Uncle who is weary of forrdDickens dont you go home to your and get him to kill the fatted calf Young Hardup Hed be a jol ly sight more likely to kill the sonLesliesfknowledge that a bride gets of a man Is why he wants to go out and fight dragons all day but will yell murder at home over a stomach ache LIGHT YOURHOME WTTHTHE DAY TOlIAAcetylene Qas Generator thankerosenenearest approach to sunlight most can be easily and accurately distin guishedWell Cistern Pumps pipe fittings the Perry pneu matte w ter system and plumb ing goods Oscar Palmer Owingsville Ky Why i Not RendtTheCourierJournal HENRY WATTERSON EDITOR WE CAN FURNISH YOU THE OUTLOOKAND WEEKLYI Courier Journal X160ocan SundayCourierJournal Journal Company Louisville Ky for free sample copy of edition you but be sure to send your subscription order to this paper not to the CourierJour nal 0 t jt j JJt2f11MJ t l EU GENE MIN IHj Nti 11 1 I MANUFACTURER OF tJ HIGH GRADE t Handmade Saddles and Hairlifc Owingsville Kentuckd3jr 0R THERACKET STORE i Everything for Everybody 1JONEf 2gallon covered buckets 20c IJgallon covered buckets 15c 1gallon covered buckets lOc Jgallon covered buckets Sc gallon covered milk cans 15c 1quart covered milk cans lOe 3gallon flaringtop buckets 12c pans each4cPint cups 3 for 5c Tin pot covers 4 5c Tin dippers 510c Tin wash pans lOc pricesMilttlOc 10cTinTin teapots lOc 20cTableTable glasses doz 15060 4015c Preserve Stands 25 35 48c Fl 1000 SADDLE HORSE STAKE Running and Water pitchers 19 25 3550c i Glass butter dishes 10 15c f t Glass sugar bowls 10 15c Glass spoon holders and s lOc I4Glass bowls 10 15 19 25c t Glass vinegar bottles lOc lGlass molasses stands l625c XIiChinat Shirred egg dishes lOc- No 1 lamps 25c II No 2 60c j l 3b0GraniteBlack powder shells box 4OcJSmokeless shells box 55crbox 13c f 32 S W box 40cr tif38 S W cartridges box SOc a Riveting machines 35c HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR EGGS r J R MAY Iwi nx till i tj i 1 BIDI Qw 1 fr t IT s ff t It LEXINGTON KENTUCKYfro AUGUST 8tfc to llth Il6Big Days andNi2htsiL IIslooo TwsYcarAliI IIHighClass Races Daily lamps t 25004IN Best Hone SIww k Amrica efETaJCIuieI n F AEROPLANE FLIGHTS DAILYi Thavius RssianB lldof Fifty Herbert A a1Company Per Calalogae or farther Hfarmtiea AMn JOUETTSHOUSESecresLEXINGTOIIrIIT i JOB PRINTING Why not have THE do your printing F We can do it as well and as cheaply as you can have it done elsewhere and quality con sidered Run over this list and see if there isnt something f F in it you need L Letterheads Noteheads Envelopes BillheadsStatements Pamphlets creampltchers cartridges PREMIUMS Kline Carni OUTLOOK quantity p LabelsfiInvitations CardrPosters I uuugcr5xBlank Forms of all kinds We have both rag and bond or linen writing ruled and unruled for typewriter rag and bondenvelopeL We put writing papers in tabletswitb paper covert if so desired 7 We have for sale in any quantity blanks such as Y R deeds mortgages and oil leases ft rft Address THE OUTLOOK A OWINGSVILLE KY ill BRING YOUR JOB PRITIIff TO THE OUTLOOK OFFICEAy h 1 t ftrtN1 n w 0i fo r i i i f i L ifIos t 1f WENDLINGr CAUGHT t i IN SAN fR1NClsen HIS FORMER FIANCEE UNCON 5r SCIOUSLY ASSISTED THE OF iFICERS IN HIS ARREST v DRAGGED FROM BENEATH SINK i Protect His Innocence But the Police i Claim They Have Enough EvIJencn t to Convict Him Arrested In Lodg 1 ing House 4 4 t San Francisco Dragged from be 1 I seatha Blnk In the washroom of a fhlrd atreet lodging bouse In this ss city where ha had been hiding for s 14 hours Joseph A Wendling accused rN of tho murder of Alma Kollncr In Louisville Ky was arrested by De d 2 tectives Burke and Ryan of the local I police department a Wcndllng admitted his Identity but protested his Innocence of the crime- a I A few hours after tho arrest Cap 2 bin of Detectives Carney of Louis I ville arrived to learn that his 11000 mile search for Wendling had been crowned with success SInlila relentless pursuit of the s Ip 4 posed murderer Carney many times loct the trail but the secret of tho whereabouts of his Quarry always lay wIth Mrs Cora Mucus a milliner of d J 1 Hume Mo who unconsciously be t tlp trayed him I Mrs Muea met Wendllae at tha t i kome or her aunt In Houst Tens J t = VaBdbetore she returned to Hume she WM engaged to the dashing young lJ Frenchman who dazzled the aunt with T C tales of his wealth la Prance which L weld come to Mm with the death cl 6 ak aged father Before Mrs Muena left Houston she 10crew to fear Wendling and after her I return to Hume she broke the engage seat Carney went to Rio VIsta but the iam had fled leaving behind him low enr his same ea the pay roll of a I 1 k compaay which was building jetties 4 along the Sacramento river Then the a trail again became 80 cold that Car p s xey letenBloed to visit Mrs Maena 1itther home in Hume i Hq reached there Just In time to prevent the destruction of a postal card which gfere the address of Wendllng In Vallejo Cal tI When the address was flashed to Ben Francisco a detective was at onoo a Bt to Vallejo In thepeesesalon of Alice Miller with whom Weadling vfaid beak living he fooai the fug tJVBS photograph sad a Complete set JfbRgkftootBI- SWeidllac soon waa traced to thi elty feKt the detectives were throws k o t1Le track y a etmge doable whs leta iultsai ti ia a deeerted house IiI 1 4 1c 5IkSth ik ese4gniiartes H TiHS iMtJ torfcii ownJaaaia of this f f et twi y afo acala left t- bj4ettIv i vWiOoHt pf scent bi tIet oinght K again wbw Captala erf IMeetlTM Wan reeeked a Up that I t1 Street g keve t Tke ewer of the house declared 7 uataiBaa auwerikg Weadllaes de 1 tees there butfead let fe1itajaWore The police made Sf f MMkt a 4 whea v7eaallBg was drag Aa et Make tievslightr itCnlllUJae aa4 when the hollet ft1 IHI to ils kaud amd the tattoe ship sy Mi m wer po6d byt his cap r j I Ti41T 14iltthd his Ideality f WeIIiairotest4 Ma Innocence or s A KeBner marder declaring that he uf kewothIiofItvatllhereadofthi v t ti sceC the body He maintained tbatkeka4adetedtheBame of his V rother toTOW bis brotherinlaw- JJe11 te wao bad pursued him g f frew France to ssake him marry iMad F EIlaeAe1L ftl Aec rliagte Caraey the evidence lf agtlnit W ndliag Is very strong The i i 1 I LMest link was the discovery of if leer tte p1 bloody clothing la ESt eleet tnWdflagbeme iJlf1 yaka left Louisville oa I 1f HNHry 18 iestr woatas before the d i 2 JiwUhiVit boay of the child was found I l1isbrotlaII5 tesir iward tfcat would in any way 1 1 MMMt alia wit the death of the 2 T m4M I c TMMtkMW Alma Kcllaer and T 1Mer1i Hkt r j c Tfce tory that Isaw herJ I te ao tJae morning abi iIMPpursdaa41eUowed her Into the hIlltJ ItfoOdUen IW reto the 5 raIketaykthr4aAwuTamo- s C1IIiHKer a mrd charge 1iu4ar4I ilfli coipaayo r Carey Tuesda J c1sa riMrxe that rests aganit t stWRIaSe It1 free whld beed IftII J lsjjWHy H ki fteewi to return and mirer is expreselag adei4re tf lice the warder ta4LtI i t mistaM kavethethin oY fii1Mruefj rl ofrII MrWIdtnI Makus ttem nt avkiIIe Y3TL Li aa Wend WhO Wia bM 1jafln ad1arge r t aBewory to Alaa Kelteers mur l 4S fer s weei attw e body wae teII ta the VnemeHt of Bt Jonij aLit xyl Mid t 1tbetieve tIt Joe killed the they hiung I1ba home I aaMstse4matenceSomir t4 es eIeetJItC1aII41oLJoeI 4 always was a r M teJai oafwhere aen My Omaolous to clear and 1 t iIWakTeeJ iaoeaL l AtieM hr hrethftr denied the t 11AN JiI Mtt xad br 1Ccad tHteadthreattr Be dkJ lay her Because ol 2BSS tkVsa4d vAnuAtt Jte quarreled pl4i tl threatened I 4 k114 He left becaaie of thai tremble n i at the chnrcV r ft MeKlIMr fatheoVthemurde- it i4c 4 11d eerjoyed at tieJle1l I If W tie suapcota rsst f 1Shimt he said iMB now akxioas to learnt hetJie f i i ae m14 sly eatsaiane J 7t i t y J f t4 4 i tf Jfi r oft 21oJ d fi H f l lQ 1 l i t t j t 1zt r tI ftP 0r3hTW4 I S a t lY r PRESIDENT BACK AT BEVERLY TAFT CONGRATULATES HARDING ON HIS NOMINATION Sends Message to Ohios Nominee and Expresses Satisfaction With Platform Adopted Deverly Mass President Taftsent the following dispatch to Warren Q Harding Republican nominee for gOY ernor of Ohio 1 sincerely congratulate you on your nomination and earnestly hope that you will be elected WILLIAM H TAFT The president Is fully satisfied with the Ohio platform lIe applied him self tr a reading of It as soon as he got back to Beverly The dispatch of the telegram to Harding followed With a couple of days now In which to rest up from his vacation tho pros Ident will be ready to buckle down to a heap of work which Secretary Norton says is stacked up for him That thero Is to be plenty doing here at the summer capitol from now on Is evl denced by the fact that another emit to the clerical force has arrived from Washington Two came In Intact while the president was absent In Maine Columbus ODya fusion of the Garfield and administration delegates the Republican convention Thursday nominated Warren O Harding former lleutenantgovernor for governor on the third ballot after James It Garfield and Carml A Thompson bed withdrawnP of Cleveland was rendznlnated for lieutenant governor Granvllle W Mooney for secretary of state Despite the efforts of Senator Bur toni Cuyahoga county delegation to stampede the convention for Nicholas Longworth and George B Coxs every effort In behalf of Judge O B Drown the Dayton man the combination of the progressives with the national administration men broke up the fight on the third ballot Then Cox yield Lug to the inevitable cast the 91 Ham llton votes for Harding and that fin Ished It The platform which it Is expected will be a model for future Republican conventions was adopted almost unanimously thero being but a few scattered noee- KEYSTONE PARTY IS FORMED Ticket Will Oppose Nominees of Both Democrats and Republicans In Pennsylvani- aPhlladelphiaTbeKeystone party was formed here ta oppose the noml sees of both the Republican and Dem ocratic rtl in The c9 r1iJonicomposeol lTI delegites trpm 62 counties deo BOHBced both the old parties as being under the domination of the liquor in d BtrieflJ but reX used to incorporate Ith plattorany reference to tol1lL jBjr Uent ltooaoveltwlio vase roobdmed by some of the delegates ItUe greatest America cltiien William H Berry the nomlBee for igovernori was Iormerlyitate treas ru 3 ltd elect d by the combined Democratic Prohlbl ton and independent Votes lithe pOi Utica upheaval of 1905 While in of tJke he uncovered the atatecapltolI dal ALDRICH SAYS BRSTOW1JE J fthlland Senator rlrst Time HltaBackat the lii surgents Providence R LFor the first time since he has been under bombardment by Briatow of Kansas and other in surgent senators Nelson W Aldrlch hit back That man Bristow is telling a pack of lies on me hesatdHehu toldI BO many Uesb manufacturedthemI so rapidly that I wouldnt 0 to begin should I tAo notice of him and ester denials If the charges had been ciade upon the floor of the senate the caSe might be different was suggested Wlthaardonlcamllethatiranlntc a chuckle the Rh6de Island senator rep6ndedIYeayes you notice they dont talk about me that gay on the floor of the senate TRAIN HITS AUTO THREE DIEI Two Wcmen Instantly Killed Hue bands Hurt One Fatally Near Etna Green fnd Warsaw J1dMrs Melville Brooks and Yrac IL Thorlng were killed isstantly and Mr Brooks fatally hurt a mile east of Etna Green when awt Pennsylvania freight train eastbound struck the automo bile IB which they were riding MrI okadle4 laterlntletday Thorlng was severely but not danger eusljf hurt The Brooks resided in LtmaOuad the Thorings InSt Marys 0 They bad been making an automobile tour and were on their way home At 75 Weds MotherlnLaw W Lbttlsville III Henry Krlntt sev entyfive years old upset traditions by marrying his motherinlaw sixty years old Friday His bride before the eddmkwas Mrs Elizabeth Fuchs whose daughter divorced Krintz several years ago Chief Ranger Is Dead Hartford Conn Henry Evlson deputy supreme chief ranger of the In 20fdntOrderof Foresters died at after a long illness He was sixty yearaeld Jilted for Fatal Runaway Streator DlMre Mary Fosdlck dead following injuries received lna runaway Wednesday Her companion on the ride Joseph Wolfermkn is be lug held pending investigation He was injured In the accident Russians to Visit Western Cities ITew YorkA party of Russian rail road men arrived here for a tour of American clUes to study rail and wa t terminals Chicago and St Louis will br visited tif f j rr4i ijf s 1 i 1V 1i T J JOHN C5 CARLISLE CLAIMED BY DEATH PUBLIC CAREER OF NOTED KEN TUCKIAN EXTENDED OVER TWO DECADES WAS SECRETARY OF TREASURY Gained National Fame as an Able Statesman When Called Upon to Forsake the Dar to Guide the Des tinies of the Nation New York After making a valiant fight against tho occasional attacks of acute Indigestion which have pros tratcd him periodically for years John G Carlisle who was the distin guished secretary of the treasury un der Grover Cleveland In tho latter second administration as president died In the Hotel Wolcott at frlttb avenue and Thirtyfirst street He was 75 years old At his bedside when he passed away were Mrs W H Carlisle his daugh terlnlaw and two granddaughters There was a sharp turn for tho worse In the condition ofIr Carlisle and tho physicians then announced that ho could not possibly survive ax other 24 hours although this had been said to him on previous occasions when his extraordinary vitality pulled him through the crisis John Griffin Carlisle was born So tembcr 5 1834 in a log cabin nea Key West Ky on the Independence pike about 15 miles from Covington the house being utilized as a country store His sons will and Logan Car lisle are dead Yrs Carlisle died a few years ago In New York the reo mains being still In a vault there He Is survived by two brothers and three sisters Rev N H Carlisle of Covington Logan Carlisle of Kentoipt county Kentucky Susan Perry Martha Metcalfe of Car rollton Mo and Miss Jane Carlisle The family from which Carlisle descended was during the latter part ot the last century prominently known in the American settlements west of the Allegbanlcs DR H H CRIPPEN CAUGHT Alleged Wife Murderer and Girl Ac complice Arrested by Officers on Steamship Montreal Quebec A real detective everYetjbce1i4ay cornea chapter with the arrest of Dr Harvey Crlppen and Miss Ethel Leneve b r two provisional police and r Dew of Scotland Yard on a ofhavlng klUed Mrs Crippen on the stage as Belle Elmore in I- ornntfnoo4ngh don on e I steamer hy the English detective who had raced across the Atlantic the Montrose marked the culmina tion foneofthemost sensational nights in recent criminal annais Accompanied by two Canadian offi cern he boarded the vessel and both man and girl were locked in their stale rooms Crippen broken in spirit but mentally relieved by the relaxed tension the girl garbed In boy clothing sobbing hysterically They were no longer the Rev John Robinson and son as booked fromAntwerp on July 20 In charge of Inspector Dew they will be taken back to England for trial the steamship Royal George leav ing Quebec on Thursday next NEGRO KILLED BY OFFICERS Sioux Falls S D The shooting and wounding of a policeman by a negro the wounding of a special officer anc the final killing of the negro by awell directed shot from the revolver oL another policeman were events which kept the central part of this city in a state of excitement About a thousand men assisted in the search for the negro after the trouble began many of them demanding that ho lynched if caught Pleading on the part of the local officers and cooler heads among the mob prevented at attack being made on the homes o Inoffensive negroesIChariton Likely to Go Free WashlngtonPorter CharltQn con- fessd murderer of his wife at Lake Como Italy some six weeks ago is likely to go entirely free of punish meat The time limit within which extradition may be asked for will shortly expire and it does not now appear probable the Italian govern mont will take the necessary steps to demand of the United States the return of the young man to Italy Shot From Ambush by Mexicans Harlingen TeLTwo state rangers J W Carnes and TH Cralghead anc Deputy Sheriff F W Lawrence are victims of an ambush committed by Mexicans near Harlingen One Mexi can was killed Carnes was killed out right I Negro Killed by Posse Mobile AlaWill Walker negrc assailant of Mrs Nettle Gibson wa shot to death 4 y a posse Walker stabbed Mrs Gibson then crlminsllj attacked her- Savedby Womans Bravery Eatonton Gaover 100 person clamoring for the life of Will Ingram a nero were foiled by the braver at Mrs Susie Hillbouse 9 prominent woman of this place who stood ic front of the negro pistol in hand and told mob there should be no lynching Dirigible Makes Long Trip Berlin The dirigible balloon Grosi in which left Gotha with a mllltarj crow aboard made a sate landing at Tegal The balloon traveled betwcei 170 asfl 20 miles 1 ti lj i t v 0 w J l- I 1 j lt j J ITEMPERANCE NOTETHE WEST HAS GONE DRY nnn BRYAN LOSES OPTION FIGHT NEBRASKA DEMOCRATS REFUSE TO ADOPT LEADERS PLANK Commoners Battle Against Liquor Vain Despite Great Speech on the Convention Floor lGrand Island NebNebraska ocrats Tuesday night delivered a blow to William J Bryan when by a do clslve voto they registered their un belief In his county local option plai II 01I1r Bryan had labored hard In lb In on effort to have his andeho appealed to the convention and In this appeal made the speech of hi life to a convention already Instructed against him He pleaded to his old friends begged them not to repudiate him in less they found him untrue to Demo eratic principles he threatened stat wide prohibition If county option we defeated he denounced those crats whom he charged with being subservient to the liquor interests and he cajoled tho uninstructed gates to Vote for him and his plan And then standing aside he listened to the most bitter words directed at him that he has ever heard No attack made against Bryan by hisrthe attacks mado by Bryans old friends against their old leader As a member of the committee on resolu lions Mr Bryan retinned a minority report on the county option plank This minority report signed only b Bryan himself was short and to the point saying simply We favor coun ty option ias the best method of deal ing with ihe liquor question It was in defense of this Tcportlhat Mr Bryan made the speech which will be called the greatest effort of his 1Ir e 8The sentiment towards Bryan was 11Iho when for more than an hour conye pncalledupon different leaders toad re s a single tOIlL yafor Ir bn4csOJ final vte wutakeu Dryans- plankwas turned down 645 to 195 anticounty option plank 1Inserted i REPORTS AMERICANS SAFE CommandS Hlnes Sent to Nicaragua to Protect Ur s Citizens Sees No Danger Washington canuvesand in northeastern Nicaragua were asserted to betln no danger according to the state departments version of a dispatch from Comman der Hlneslofthe gunboat Dubuque was sent after the re turn to fields of the gunboat Ta coma fiom a trip along the coast north of that Port where danger was reported to Americans Thetatedepartment claims to b entirely Ignorant officially of the ence in New York of Dr Modeste Ba ties and Dr SebastIan Salinas com restoreIStates TROOPS FIGHT FOREST FIRE Company of Montana National Guard Are Dispatched to Aid of Stricken Town i Helena Mont In response to urgent requnst from Libby Governor Montanatfighting forest fires at that place Forest fires of terlous proportions have broken out in the Big Snowies forest reserve At Kallapell there Is little change in the fire situation Rain is tiing prayed for all over this region Battle Fpugtjt In Honduras New Orleans La The first tat tie In the Honduran revolution was fought in the outsklrte ft Celba 10 being killed and 200 wounded on both sides according to advices braugh here by the steamship John Wilson Kaiser Denies Aid to Madriz toiMadriz that this government use Its friendly offices to put a stop to what Is termed the interference of the United States in the affairs of Nicaragua Suicide a Friend of Horses Seattle Wash George E Hall a pioneer of Washington who blew bis head off with dynamite last week be queathed 16000 to the Seattle Hu mane society to better the condition of working horses Race Suicide at Oyster Bay Oyster Bay N YThe government census enumerator is authority for the statement tht the birth rate of Oyster Bay for the past decade is only five or six per cent more than the death rate Their Twentieth Baby Born Lena Wls Relatives here were notified Tuesday of the arrival of the twentieth baby In the home of Mr and Mrs Maxim Marqouilier of Me nominee Mlchv Tho parents are for tier r slents of this vicinity fi jf SAYS CHIEFS SPLIT LOOT Former Car Inspector of Illinois CeI tral Road Testifies In 1500 000 Fraud Case Chicago High officials of the Ill I nols Central railroad who were Interested In carrepairing plants entered Into an agreement among them 115elves to divide profits grafted from the railroad These profits amounted to as high as 40 per cent of the total amount paid by the railroad com pany IeTbat is the charge made on the witness stand Thursday by Harold A Sims in his testimony concerning the grafting from tho Illinois Central ran road His testimony was given be Isfore Master In Chancery Mason In the suit of the railroad to recover 300000 from the Memphis Car company Al 5though he was on the inside and 1Imew in detail the method used to rob the railroad Sims says that he real- Ized only 750 for his share In the ISwork 0nllnols Central lumber was used to repair Illinois Central cars and then the road was charged for the lumber was another of his charges 5Cars loaded with material were shipped to the Memphis Car Repair company and It was the practise to chargn for repairs made on the ears whether they were made or not the witness said and more often they were not- STRIKE AFFECTS 28000 MEN Chicago Trades Council Calls Out Ally Building Workmen Except Car penters 37 Structures Affected Chicago A general strike of build lag trades was decided upon at a con ferenco of thirtyseven unions Thurs day which mot in a final effort toob thin a settlement with the Otis Ele vator company nis said the strike order will at feet 28000 mOn The oplTnnloa not affected by the order Is that of the carpenters Thacucofthertr1ke Lha ri5 fusal of the Otis Elevator company to remove machinists from elevator con structlon work the American Federation of Labor having held this line of work to belong strictly to elevator constructors It Is said the company has contracts on thirtyseven buildings now in the course of construction here and that work will be stopped on all of them Following the strike order business agents representing their respective unions hurried to buildings In which the Otis company has contracts for elevator construction for the purpose of notifying the men of the decision taken at the conference ADOPT LOCAL OPTION PLANK Iowa Democratic Convention De nounces Tariff Bill as Master oflnJustlcesrOttumwa laAfter a bitter wran gle in the resolutions committee the odthereby putting the liquor question which has been a thorn In the flesh of both patties for years squarely up to the people Jerry p Sullivan of Des Molnes former candidate for governor acted as temporary chairman and scored Theodore Roosevelt unmercifully Inn his speech The platform adopted denounces the tariff bill as a masterpiece otln Justice Involving remorseless exac lions from the many to enrich the few The nomination of Claude K Porter for governor was ratified Justice Moody to Retire Magnolia I1L Justice William H Moody of the United States Supreme court Friday definitely stated that be will announce his retirement from tha bench prior to the expiration of the- o enabling act passed In his behalf by thj list congress This act expires in the middle of November Justice Moody health Is improving Poison Victims Number 102 Joplin MO Twentytwo new cases of ptomaine poisoning were reported to the board of health here Friday making the total number reported In the week 102 Two deaths have re suited and several victims are in dan gerous condition Noted Physician Dead New YorkDr Frederick Llllen thai one of the leading German phy slclans of this city and a pioneer So lalist died at his country estate in the Catskllls Friday f Prisoner Liberated to Get Money Kansas City MoEdward Stafford of Cleveland 0undera twoyear sentence for burglary was paroled Thursday to go to his Ohio home to participate in the division oan estate of several thousand dollars left by a relative Eugene Debs Is Recovering Rzchester Minn Eugene Debs wbc wai oiemated on for abdominal trouble at lit Marya hospital here was Th irrday reported out of danger The operation was eatirelr successful i i f f r 1 SUICIDE IS HINTED VERDICT DECLARES IRA u RAWN WAS SLAIN BY OWN REVOLVER ACCIDENT LESS PROBABLE Jurys Open Finding May Make II Necessary for Heirs to Bring Suit to Obtain Accident and Life Insurance Chicago Ira G Rawn killed him self according to tho verdict returned by the coroners Jury Friday The Monon president was shot with hi a own revolver held In his own hand the verdict reads but whether accI- dentally or with suicidal intent is not specified The jury said the former explanation was the less probable The finding of the Jurors is described as an open sujclde verdict Tho verdict was reached after a three hours session and after much lively debate In the Jury room Although none of the Jurors would talk about their action it was said that three held out for a verdict of suicide and the others for one of accidental shooting and that the open verdict returned was a compromise to break the deadlock The text of the verdict follows We the Jurors sworn upon oath to Inquire Into the death of Ira G Rawn at his residence In WInnetka on the morning of JuY20 find that he came to his death from shock and hemorrhage caused by a wound made by a bullet fired from his own revolver held In his own hand but whether ft was discharged accidentally or with suicidal intent this Jury unable to determine The location of the wound and the typo of revolver used render the accident theory less probable That the Insurance companies will contest the payment of policies Is said to be assured and it Is declared that relatives of the slain railroad president will bring court proceedings to collect the Insurance No representative of the Rawn tam ily was present when the jurys find Ings were made public The general consensus of opinion among those present at the close of the Inquest was that the Jury had taken the only course open to it SPAINS THRONE IN PERIL StateWIdtf Revolution as Result of Vaticans Ultimatum Looked For at Any Time MadrJdstatewlde revolution Is expected to break out at any moment as the result of the ultimatum from the Vatican declaring that no negotia tIonstowardthe revision of the coa cordat win be considered until all othe r- inattersIn dispute axe cleared upIIt Is feared that both RepubIauwlUtake advantage qf the ferment and attempt to oust Kin Alfonso Every preparation haa I made to meet sAy uprising he iar UreCIt1qgdafdbIdithmilitary I II ready for any emergency Omlaoaa reports are received following Ute publication of the news that a rapr ture between the Spanish government and the Vatican appears imminent At San Sebastian Don Jaime the pretender has issued a manifesto la which he says that he will lead the Carllsts in the batUe which he Inti mates may be coming soon GUTHRIE IS THE CAPITAL Stat Officer of Oklahoma Must Re turn But Governor May Go Where He Pleases uthreOkltrhe state supreme court handed down a decision in the capitol remoy Jcase It to the effect that Oklahomas capital shall remain at Guthrie until the IcS guilty of the election recently held determinedIn to the decision all state offiicals other than the governor who have removed their offices to Okla homa City must return to Guthrie ands there until the courts have finally decided the capital controversy The governor may go herebe pleases but legally his acts must appear as having been performed in Guthrie MORE RIOTS AT COLUMBUS Trouble Begins When Street Car Service Is Resumed Dozen Men Are Shot Columbus O Rioting broke out with the resumption oftrac tion service here following the calling of troops Shots were exchanged by rioters and strikebreakers and a doses victims are in the hospitals The police charged withthe handling of trouble by Governor HaN mons ultimatum on his return from Michigan aided by the die persed at least ahund edrock thrOw ing crowds and made 50 arrests Miners Attack Gompers Denver ColMembers of the West ern Federation of Miners Thursday at tacked President Samuel Gompers of the American Federation of Labor de daring that his retirement would be the best thing that could happen fflr working people Execution In Boston Boston Napoleon Rivet of Lowell was executed Friday in the electric chair at the Charlestown state prison for the murder of his roommate Joseph J Gailloux Rescued From Sinking Ship Belfast the Holland liner Agamemnon with 150 passengers ran ashore In a fog near Gloughey Thurs day and her forehold la flooded ac cording to advices received here The ship will probably be a total loss The passengers are safe Woman and Girl Cremated ta Grande OreThe destruction by fire of a homestead house six miles from Union We4nesday resulted in the cremation of Mrs J C Dean and an adoptel CauhterI S1p i7 i ijfJj f Pf J t II h fj J 4 12 7 FiTs I JCincinnati Grain Wheat No 2 red tI02Hal03SL No 4 red 85a90c CornNo 2 white 1 G8a63c No 4 white 65fca67c No 2 yellow 67aB7c No 4 yellow ti4 67cbiNo 2 mixed 6a67c yeUowear i iESc mixed ear USable white ear 65a Jf43cmixed I3atjc No 3 mixed 42a43c Bar1eyio 2 spring 72aJ4c No 3 70a70c Rye No2 8QaJc No 465a 1 72c Malt Spring barley 85a90c lOw grade 85cSCincinnati Live Stock iCattle Shippers J6JOa7 butcher steers extra Jb10a650 good to choice J510a6 heifers extra 550 common to fair 275a425 cows extra 58525 good to choice S42aa490 canners 2L If2 bulls extra S463a490 fat bulls S465a525 Calves Extra 875a9 fair to Iliod 7aS50 Hogsselected heavy 5835aS46 mated packers JS40aS60 stags J5a6 common to choice heavy fat sows a25a7 light shippers 910a 920 pigs 110 libs and ess 835a92O Sheep Extra S410s425 good to choice su25a4 stock ewes 4a475 t Lambs Extra 1 67Ga685 common to fair 4a5GO yearlings J4a 175 Cincinnati Miscellaneous Butter Extras 23c flrsta 28c seconds 26c fancy dairy 21c dairy No1 20c dairy No 2 20c Poultry Hens 14c roosters 9c spring chick sprlag31bsturkeys 8 lbs and over 18c toms 28c geese 6a7c Eggs Prlmo firsts 18c firsts 15c ordinary firsts 13 vseconds 12c AppleePppbia2a41r brL Cabbage sv hamPerCantaloupulndlaa a basket Currants 65c a ketHuckleberries J375ai25 Lettuce Homegrown SL50a2a brL Onions Dry 50a75c a btu rsleY2llc a dot Peaches Alberta i25aL75 a crate Potatoes Homegrown S19Ca2 brL PlumsWild Goose lal50 a bu S158al12i al5c a don String1 Beans 10a2 j a buV Tomatoes Ho megrowaHipaaL aba TRADE CQNDITIONSBETTER1l Indications That Recent Wall dtrwt Depression Had No Bearing on Business Situation New yorkR G Dun Cos weekly kreview of trade wu say Thero Is no lack of evidence that this business situation is muck better than the recent depression in Wa1Lbstreet would indicate A notable Im Iprovement In business confidence tookjplace in the latter part pt the C due to recovery in security ipricea ta advices that much needed ralaa were Jfalling In crop sections and to the excellent quarterly report of the lead i tThattrade during recent moUu have beea oreaausractory thaa JienL11T be Iteved Is evideaced by the resort otV Itthe United States Corpoitieafor tWJK ftodnports of cancellatijasvare set honii r Jout by fanL Business Ja brisk ia steet bars and the minimum priee is L4K PIttsburg Sh ybgcoatinsM in shOt products of from J2te J4 per toa fiersaro more numerous ia the VInglIIprints bleached good ani duck while miscellaneous export ar8ia l8leaatFallfull weeks output for the flrst tIm lqultegenerallzMens wear for spring and drew goods have been a large corporation ordersoIitPWD staple worsteds increased steadily but conservatively Yarns are firmer and to better inquiry Silks in fancy weaves and in the gray for converting par- poseS sell steadily Shoe buyers still operate conserva timely following the recent buying ia Bostop and hold oS from placing far throfders of account until crop rea suits are determined FooweairvalJ hues axe again about 2 per pair all around There M no sup to leath er trading but the demand is more steady than a moHth ago Large buyers are said to be show of supplies and though they operate more or less from hand to mouth p pear deslrous for Immediate Bhlpmeats Further clearance sales by largo Chir cago packers of back salting hides at about the prices accepted on Tlous large sates have served to impart av much better tone to the domeetlc hide market l Business Failures fri New York Brad treetsiwni sayq Business failures in the United AStates for the week eadtag July 28 were 398 against 215 test week 221 in the like week of 1999 275 to 19W r142 In 1907 and J70 la 196 BaslaeM failures fix nadafortlie week aoai rvi fccl4at If1909 Wheat including flour exports from the United States and Canada for the weekending July 28 aggregate 1 4f f Z 745 bUshels against 1047447 last iweek and 1579652 thte week last iyear For theour weeks eadlag July 28 exports are 5048013 husheta against 5493741 in the cormpoadlag period last year Corn exports for the week are 22831 bushels against 1Up V 811 last wtek and JStOf 1 1909 For the four weeks July 23 corn experts are 44947L bushels against 329527 last year Sf Therp are 12000 saloons in London lJ I l Tried to Save Brother PIttsburg Pa Nineyearold Ernes i Turgepn met a heros death In Ute Monohgah Ia river at kwhufhe plunged In to save Kjs 13yearold J di brother Ernest who west down in a deep hole f Fell Dead In Church Pottsvllle PaWhlle Jolnmg heart i lly with the congregation in singing Shall We Gather at the River Levi r P Miller pioneer coal operator C1PI West Schuylkill fell over dead 1ni church at Flue Grove rO f C 7 Lc J f4 SS I I f IIIIt I c JiJ r I t rl I r Ii ri i t v 1i Do YOU Suppose They Really Havo Applewelght f PiJ ThdITTWYt t Jwfr dtKLLDAff- XI 2LL5TR4TIJiLYRAVWILLT6f n= ti 1B q t SYNOPSIS Thomas Ardmore and Henry Maine tw old tumble upon Intrlrue when the w of North and South Carolina aN reported to have xjuarreled Both lIta are let a turmoil over one Apple J weight aa outlaw with political Influence I Qelewold allies himself with Barbara Os borne VClltHot1he Kavernor ot South I Car kAtdnlOre the- 4 4 cau a of lHBerfl lcL dauchttror the vemorotNorth Carolina These two ibdlee ar trtngtO fill the shoes of their fathers While the latter are mISS r IL uaware of each oUters posItIon firfrwold end Ardmore set out to I iiesk4 othcr Ardmor or ei4a Wr hunt Orliwolda men cap turAIewe4ht rTYDanfer1le1ddl esvees leeaIIIC and leA hUn to a I 1Kyr awn prtaoaer Griswold and Bar r r 1Nqa icse of tb disappear I ac AOJTrIW ocake Ja en4 ERXIVKf1 l l 1 4 i V Wpwids eempaaioa spoke to hits s rem4Pia a low tone fera momeat SAaUkea GrlswoJd addressed Ardmore OJ eai kaewJVhatjott jwetead totHiOfj at R may iaterest you kaew Jfetl am the governor of South Carettw AW thte feeatlemaa cried Jerry 4- I pistettag to JUrdmore with her riding b erapnaeugh his aair is mumed and ate aerf vWWy untied Is none other 1 tlMllOvWBOt fJilorthCaroUna thkotoiIyonb1aOWnprOper t itai taiiac soveretga state ot which iWli the skid execatlve- PMfJ Ortewet 4ttted its hat with T cecr t kte the state of North 4 f naa1IiYiaclef8M4lautJaorlt7 MjaWeItkI87ouclI i jemmeta4rIwIMierve badal ao vtie ea ra that I have reasoa to be 1 5 Hefe ttet a persoa named AppleJ w Skt a I 0tive fcom Justice is r B4latou- rr JIHwfenD1l7clemaacI that lUit7q laterVp e Jeery THIMT io you that e W I4bteDengerlelclI I ak eAd ta4t taislAppleweight person k f r at Mr4rdmores beuae- y 1 Ipeee replied Miss Osborae j isi1 k ajr rthat he has the t parlor an4 leaifa the conversa Iea p r 10 4 sXJm are e ite arfstokea replied t jsfttiian tat If K wewld atterd yontj i say saUMotlea te see the outlaw you r 1aaIr him In S7wlaeJLo 1r771 t v aa It8Wfl1eCtlIbBaIt oe tP c tt a jeis t i 74Nitbr inMn teveUag this m iriMstfriHy eiith Carotolaa I need t i j I kaeVdieelMeVlMrt I gfra yoa warn H r i iiigtfat ik ApgsweIttimie will ct ssiaM tereysr terailaiitod Dull 1aiianw tIM will gnesjUy redwad to in4tb led the ow I4 t i tCiit eeld GdLthat the t Jrfiifwi we eIbet fora me Jrff t asaeedc te be the real Apple t w ht1t4lt aei W ixpeeed to scarlet t JeIlpsedIsC kcaettleiBeat el this z ekt w T Mva the honor itr Pit bonbth 1sae nIhg- g t r eortwnn their homes 9 onI Tetii their way kaT 1 IJ SddJOTT palqiatter JL tf Ill aljtabbrbesnta from the t oJt Wt House bad f j YJ hr e JMhis BsaoHie OriswpMl ou- t9cfrfo J ef sstrt 8yead the aangalew Ardro iip I t1rhrr7ff tt bliador i b asur IiFitMt7tlM dear ddc durot So that tlrl T4Ion srsra oorae t f I stejHuMearaed wica a lesson l I ij tMt1Hiil all sv Ksfce is tie presW wt OerlI r7 Pjjjatmw aC the Semlaole 4Ttz3 d t Ptwhors d INHJIMNifJsme J ondidoifC 1 I MitBMw woo awer nor Mr Ii 4 1 t ArOaere 4e looms He s M lie represented the et- atel0Jt at geataACefeHs no you suppose t li 1 4I cwho really eapleyed T r ij1 y ttt 4sa6esMJtrshoUcaUy 1tj4r t1Q ia t f t F r lei t t4 10J 4otto rt CcitJ j1 J ie lP 1 for be appears Intelligent and Intel ligence Is something that would never appeal to Gov Osborne It Is quite possible mused Jerry aloud that Miss Osbbrnes father has disappeared like mine nisheIlS running his of flee with Mr Groswolds aid If so we shall probably have tome fun before we get through With this It thats true we shall have more than fun exclaimed Ardmore thoroughly arosedYou dont know Grissy Hes the smartest man alive and if bes running this Applewelght case for tIer Osborne hell keep us djJthis Matter through to a safe conclui aba and to the honor of the Old North State I have no intention of falling Hiss DaBgerfleld udwlththlsthey d and rode slowly back toward he house Prof Griswold and Miss Osborne were sliest until the forest again shut them ill Then to a sequestered spot Gris wold suddenly threw up his head and laughed long and loud Do you suppose they really have Appleweightrt asked Barbara Not for a minute They told us that story merely to annoy us when they found what we were looking for That touch about the wino cellar Is characteristically A moresque If they bad Applewelght you may bp sure they wouldnt keep him on the premisesWhereupon they rode back to Tur ncr Court House much faster than they had come CHAPTER XV The Prisoner In the CornCrib Jerry aad Ardmore sat at a long table ia the commodious Ardsley brary which was a modification of a Gothic chapeL A large accumulation of mall from the governors office at Raleigh had been forwarded and Jer ry laslsted that it taunt be opened and disposed of in some way Gov Dan gerteld was It appeared a subscriber to a cUpping bureau and they had beea examining critically a batch of cuttings relating to the New Orleans incidentIts good thing we got hold of Collins observed Ardmore putting flown a gfroma New York paper IB which the reports of Gov Dangerelds disappearance were ann lyzed sad tersely dismissed for he knows how to write and hes done a splendid picture of your father on his throne attending to business and fik little sUBgers for Osborne are the work ot a gealas Theres a certain finish about Mr ColllBs lyIng that is refreshing re plied Jerry sad I cannot help think lag that he has a brilliant futurebe lore him if he eaters politics Noth lag paIne me more than a careless UUxmsWeredi silly lie which Is the best that most people can do But it would be very Interesting to know whether Gov Osborne has really dig appeared or how your friend the Virginia rofeHOl has seized the KOflajQDo you thlak do you think she may hafe er possibly closed one eye In his direction r asked Ardmore dubiously Mr Ardmore ajid Jerry pointed at him with a bronze papercutter to make sure of blaat nUonMrArd more If you ever imply again by act word or deed that I winked rat70u1 shall never never speak to you again I sboujd think that a man with a nice sister like Mrs Atchison would have a better opinion of women than you seem to have I never saw you until you csiae to my fathers house to tell me about the Jug aad you know I didat And as for that Barbara Oa 1 c fA 4 fa r riorno while I dont doubt that avan In South Carolina a Daughter ol the Seminole War might wink at a gentleman In a moment of extreme provo cation I doubt if she did for she lacks animation and has no more soul than a gum overshoe The discussion ceased abruptly or the appearance of Big Paul the for esterA body of South Carolina militia Is marching across country from theI south One of my men heard of It ijdown at Turner Court House laSI night and rode to where tho troop were encamped He learned that It was a practice march for the militia Theres several companies of Infantry so he reportsand a piece of artillery Bully tor old Grlssy exclaimed Ardmore Theyre coming this way are they Paul And the three bent over the map This is the place sir They seem to be planning to get around Turners without stirring up the town But It would take a good deal to wake up Turners laughed the big German Jerry placed her finger on the state line If they dare cross thntIf they as much as dare It they dare we shall show them a few things Take all the men you need Paul to watch their movements That will do The forester lingered You remember that we spoke the other day of the log house on Raccoon creek where the Appleweights had driven off our man Yes Paul It Is where the state line crosses the heavy woods and the farthest outpost so to speak on my property Also you said some of these Applewelght fellows had been cutting off the Umber down there If I remember rightly Yes sir replied the forester twirling his cap awkwardly But some of the people on the estate have said He broke off in an embarrassment so unlike him that Jerry and Ardmore looked at him curiously Well Paul whats the matter If the cabin has been burned down Its no serious matter Why sir some of the men passing there at nightsay they see lights and hear sounds In the cabin though no one from the estate goes there A child died in the house last spring andwell you know how some ot these people are Cheer up Paul We have bigger business on hand than the chasing of ghosts just now When we get through with these other things Il go over there myself and take a look at the spook As Paul hurried away Jerry seized pen and wrote this message Rutherford GlUIrigwater AdjutantGeneral Camp Dangerfleld Azbell N C Move all available troops by shortest route to Klldara at once and report tome personally at Ardsley take no state meats to newspapers Answer DANGERFIELD Governor I guess that will bring him run ning said Ardmore calling a servant and ordering the message dls jatched Immediately Before luncheon tc message was re ceived from Gllltngwater to this ef ectv IGoY William Dant e- 1Ards1eYN C- LEh route wltn our entire lav llabketoree In the field I am riding ahead with all speed and will report at Ardsley at nine oclock h full military dress de rlguwar- GIIUn ter- AdJutlU1tGe aer L Isnt that Just like Rutherford Hes afraid he wont lie dressy enrnush but if be knew that the South Carolina troops might shoot holes In his uni form he wouldnt be due here for a couple of weeks Instead of at nlae oclock and Jerry laughed merrily They debated mOre seriously this telegram from Collins at Raleigh Mnt the previous evening Cant maintain this bluff much longer Even the friendly newspapers are grow leg suspicious State credit jeopardized by disappearance of Treasurer Foster Billings of Bronx Loin and Trust hen In a great fury over bOnd zn tterDco you know sToyernor whereabouts Things are certainly growing more exciting was Ardmores comment I suppose even a gifted liar like COb llns cant munle the press forever You cant go on foollns all North Carolina all the time either said Jerry and I suppose when papa gets tired of being scared he will turn up in Raleigh arid tell some plausible story about where he has been an- what has happened When It comes to being plausible no one can touch papaMaybe hes dead suggested AreV more gloomily Thats a real inspiration on you part Mr Ardraore and its verf sweet of you to mention it but I have no Jdeafthatanyhal1D ban coins totpapa Its too much to gei elected governor without dying office and besides papa is none too friendly with the lieutenant governor and would never think of allowing such a person to succeed hlmBut those bonds seem rather serious and I dont like the idea of your Mr Bill tags making a fuss at Raleigh That will be all right remarked Ardmore blotting the last of a num ber of telegrams which he had beea writing aad pressing a button Iti much more Important for us to get Applewelght into a South Carolina jail and its sat going to be so easy to do now that Grlssy is working oa the other side and angry at me about that scarlet fever telegram There may be trouble said Ard more to his guests as they sat at luncheon But l should hate to have it said that my guests could not be taken care of here perfectly I beg that you will all remain The luncheon woE interrupted by the arrival of a summons for Ard more who hurriedly lest the table Big Paul awaited him below mount ed and holding a ledhorse TO BE CONTIKUED Not Proper Comparison The old darky had driven his fare to the hotel and waS nOw demanding a dollar for his service What protested the passenger a dollar for that distance Why it IsnVhalf a mile at the crow flies Dats true boss rturned Sambo with an appealing smile butjr see sub dat old crow he aint got free wives ante chllluns to euppoht not to mention de keep fe de boss r y t ici i KENTUCKY i GLEANINGS II WHAT IS GOING ON INDIFFERENT SECTIONS OF 1h THE COMMONWEALTH HEROIC STATUE QF LINCOLN GIFT OF J B SPEED WILL BE SETUP IN ROTUNDA OF NEW CAPITOL Sculptor Who Modeled the Lincoln Monument at Hodgenvllle HICBeen Commissioned to ComIplete Work by Oct 1911 Frankfort KyBy October 1911 a statue of Abraham Lincoln the gift ofI J B Speed of Louisville will beI placed In the rotunda of the new cap- Itol Gov Willson has been in com munication with Mr Speed for several weeks but nothing was given out untllI the contract for the statue was letIIt was awarded to A A Weinman of New York who modeled the Lincoln monument at Hodgenvillc It will cost 15000 and will be of heroic 8lre made of bronze Gov Willson wanted a monument of Lincoln for the capitol but he wanted the best that could be made He sug gested the matter to some of his riends in Louisville and Mr Speed heard of it He decided to present the state with a monument to Lincoln that would be worthy a place in the handsome capitol He talked to the governor about it and decided to present the state with a monument cost- Ing 115000 The statue has not been formally accepted by the capitol commission but they have all expressed themselves as delighted with the idea of getting the splendid monument Under the contract the etatue is to be completed by October 1 1911 just before Gov Willson goes out of office Mr Vein man will come to Frankfort and look at the proposed location for the statue before he starts work on it and will also consult with Mr Andrews regard ing the size of the statue and the pedestal on which It rests It If desired to have a statue thtft will bo large enough to be looked at from be low but which wilt also loil well on- a level with it as it will be seen from the second floor ot the building Mr Weinman promises to have even a better statue than the one of IJu coin in Hodgenvllle When th i statue Is In place here it will dedicated with imposing ceremonic and it Is probable that many celebrities will be In Frankfort at that time FEUD BREAKS OUT AGAIN Harry Evertole Fired five Shots at B F Jackson KyvrHrr Eversole son of a slain leader In tie FretfclfEvfJj sole feud ot Perry county made rJj unsuccessful attempt 6n the Ute fB F French at the Combs hotel here There has been bad feeling between the two men for several years on ac count of the killing of Joe Eversole on Big Creek In Perry cqunty by men whom young Eversole eliefCa were In the employ of FrenQL Friends of both men feared there ould be trou ble between them as t on as jt was learned that French anitEversole were both In town LOWLANDS ARE AKES Owensboro Ky From reports received In Owensboro from the storm stricken counties of the Green river district the estimate on the amount of damage made earlier was far too conservative The crops on farms lave been wiped entirely away and horses cews hogs sheep mules and buildings have been carried to destruction by the sweep of the raging waters Increasing every hour in volume and velocity Another violent rain fell but there was little damage in Davless andHan cock counties from the fact that thi recent storm had left little in its path Later a hard rainstorm visited the western part of the county and the few crops that had been saved were put under several feet of water IJlInolsCentralto reach Owensboro The tracks for many miles are entirely under water Ills believed that the Louisville lNashville trains will be unable to reach Owensboro WInchesterTJudge M J Moss and MaJ White L Moss of Plnevllle have just purchased 1 000 acres of coal on the new railway line in Harlan county for 150000 and will operite at oOsLexingtonIt was announced here that Benjamin Hay of Cincinnati has decided to sell out Ida trotters and his Abdallah park training ground at Cyn thlana The park which contains 74 acres and the trotters are to be auc tioned September 3 There are about 70 head of horses- FmankfortaFo r prisoners William Turpin Ben Carey Jake Erect and Taddy Sheets tried to escape from jail Jailer Lucas found they ha nearly sawed their way out of the steel cage C dIzGuy Hanberry son of Post master T T Hanberry of Eddyvllle died at the home of his uncle Prof Adolphus Hanberry a few miles north of here of typhoid fever Young Has berry was 21 years of age and was on a visit to his uncle when taken sick As you grow older you become worse or better Hew lire you in this re spect Some men are verypromlslng up to 35 and then begin to show weak traits Inherited from worthless ances tors Atchlson Globe lU A ii Kentucky Intelligence JacksonEwen Bolin who escaped from the Breathltt county jail in com pany with Cal Miller charged with w arrested on Buffalo creek n Owslcy county PaducahThe main span of the Burlington bridge which will be built t Metropolis 12 miles below here will o 700 feet although the river Interests contended for a longer span at tho recent meeting In St Louis Mt Sterling Albert Botts IK ton of Mason Bolts this city was thrown from horse be was riding at the lair grounds and dangerously hurt The boy was thrown against a tree break- Ing three ribs and injuring him internally He Is resting easily Lexington T R Lewis of Knoxville and Floyd Evans and R M Ev ans of Chattanooga aro in jail here charged with robbery E O Sparks this city charged In warrants against the young men that they made him drunk and robbed him of 143 Hopklnsvllle W S Moore one of the wealthiest farmers and foremost citizens of this county shot himself while walking in a woodland near his home When the negroes who were too scared to investigate for themselves had brought help he was found dead with a pistol wound just pver the heart Maysville Orvllle Pollitt aged about 20 residing near Orangeburg this county was tried here beforo Magistrate Plckrell for unlawfully lIe taming Mrs Nannie Pollitt wife of Walter Pollitt against her will Ho was bound over to the grand Jury in the sum of 500 in default of which he was sent to jail Maysville While taking a traction engine from Foxport to Epworth sev eral miles east cf here and wIllIe crossing a brldgo the structure gave way precipitating the engine into the creek it and probably fatal ly Injuring Carl Rayborn who was running It and seriously injuring Otha Haysllp and Robert Gash Frankfort Pursuant to the call of Commissioner of Agriculture Rankin the live stock sanitary board met here and decided to institute a school for the county live stock inspectors at the etate fair in Louisvllle thls year The inspectors will be lectured by experts from the national government and tho state university Another letter was sent to the county judges urging them to help pay for the lectures Franklin Evan Ragland one of the best job printers In Southern Ken poslIveryIat parents ofIarm are the member will shortly be amputated with the hope of saving his life Frankfort After working 17 days and nights on duty at the Frankfort penitentiary as the result of a recent order of the board of prison commis sinners that the night matron at the prison should also be on duty lit the daytime Mrs Addle Martin for 10 years matron at the prison has re signed She Is the widow of Jim Mar Unane of the widely known pollti cldns or Datrc Shelbyvllle Mre Sarah Dunn S3 widow of James H Dunn died at her home hereof the Infirmities of age She Is survived by four sons and two daughters James H Dunn of Jeffer spnvllle Ind Leslie C Dunn of Bowling Green Victor E and Law rence Dunn of Shelby vllte Mrs Ada Ballou matron of the Jefferson Coun ty poorhouse and Miss Eva Dunn of Sheriff Bob Gossett de livered Rufus Browder to the peniten tiary here In thirty minutes after the verdict Sheriff Gossett left Frank lin over the L N via Elizabethtown and Cecelia for Eddyvllle This cir cuitous route was taken to evade a mob which was believed to be In waiting to seize the negro murderer who took the life of James Cunning him a white man In Loga county Mt Sterling Attorneys RA Chiles and Robert Winn tiled suit in the Montgomery circuit court for William ledford against former Policeman Warner Hl son oft this city and the Citizens Guaranty and Trust Co of West Virginia as surety for 5000 for malicious assault and battery Led lord who Is a young farmer was ar rested by Hineon the officer striking him it was alleged with brass knucks Since the affair which caused much comment Hinson resigned from the force Kuttawa Axletree Cooper a ten ant on the farm of Milton Oliver self confessed nlght rider and witness for the state in the pending trials of Dr Amos and others In the Christian county circuit court was shot and fatally wounded at a barbecue near Lamasco Precinct Clllam Mitchell Alonzo Gray and Brown Hawkins no under arrest charged with the shoot ling Eight shots entered the body of Cooper It is alleged that the trouble arose over profanity by the wounded manHopklnsvUteln a premature explo sion of dynamite during railroad con struction work near Croft h John Teague Buck Sowders and Thomas Martin were seriously Injured by a shower of rock Teague was taken to his home in Goodlettsville Tenn The other men live near Crofton Hopklnsvllle Mrs John C Latham of New York has employed United States Senator William O Bradley to sue the city of Hopklnsvllle In the federal court for 25000 for the value lof her husbands property destroyed by night riders during their memorable aid of December 7 1907 Frankfort Arthur Hopkins of Louisville state revenue agent tiled suit in the Franklin court to collect the corporation license tax from the Standard Sanitary Co capitalized at 500000 the Baptist Book Concern capitalized at 60000 and the National Ice Cream Co capitalized at 100000 The alleged amount of taxes due Is fixed at about 3000 A woman is unreasonable enough to expect her husband to be as long for getting their wedding day as she herself is though she remembers It for the ivory satin In which she looked so stunning Puck r t 1 a zw A Colonist of Canaan By Izola Forrester0 The Southwestern filer drew up at Canaan Junction It never stopped merely slowed up long enough to throw out the man sack and give the curlyheaded boy in the express car a chance to call hello to NelL But today It stopped stopped while one man swung off a sleeper and tho porter dropped a suit case and grip on the platform beside him The man left behind was young so young that he had outgrown his years and there was a latent careless strength mixed with awkwardness about him that reminded one of a cub Nell took one look at him and caught her breath sharply She knew him In an instant but there was a bare chance that he had forgotten her It had been four years and four years Is a lengthy stretch when one Is 17 He set the suit ease down under the ticket shelf and went back to the water bucket Its hot enough down here Isnt IU She watched him drain the tin cup a second time before she answered h We dont mind It much I suppose not I came from the north Dont suppose you know any body here named Aclonf The girls hand closed tightly over the package of letters she had drawn from the mall sack Her back was toward him But her voice was steady and natural No I dontsYoud be pretty likely to know l handling all the mall and so on wouldnt 10uT Oh yes I would know I know the name of everybody In this town Except mine He came over to the ledge and leaned one elbow on it smiling In atIher cheerfully She did not answer Maybe hes using a different name ho went on presently He had H She Knew Him In an IridastI plenty of cause to change It the Lord knows when he started down this way T know hes here all tight and Im going to find him As the man left she caught up the telephone receiver and called a sum berI want to speak to father please Is he there Weil wait Give him a message Tell him Jo come over to the d pot right away Tell him to come around by the rIver road not Main street I want to show him something there Then ehe waited It seemed hours before she caught signt of the dear old figure swinging along the river road his gray felt hat well back on his head his gray mustache and im penal giving added distinction to the fine gracious face The tears rushed to her eyes as she watched him buf she controlled herself and met him with a smile Sit down and rest a minute honey Youve got 20 minutes They theyve wired for you to como down to Men zar Its some committee meeting I believe She turned away and bent over a time table so that he should not see her telltale eyes You can make the 110 local dear And dont bother about coming back tonight Im sure they need you down there lnaruah arent theyr laughed the colonel wiping off his forehead Guess its about their new town halL It consists of four flags on a center plot at present with geranium bed In the middle I suppose Fit have to go Be all right wont you NellT She nodded and smiled It was 15 minutes now She watched the road to Main street every now and then halt cxpectlng Fate to play her a trick and send the longlimbed stranger back again It wasnt wroncSheC THE DRUGGIST- I am a druggist lorn and lone A beIng without guile When stranger grab my telephone I merely smile A big directory I keep And should through any stress YoU want my aid Ill In it peep For an addresS I have on band of slue and string A large and free supply Fit gladly get you anything Youd like to try At midnight I climb slowly to- M little cot to camp But Ill get up to furnish you A postage tamp Emotions I have learned to curb Ive always helpful been And naught that happens eta disturb My genUs grIn Warden Not Much for Changes When George J Warden took his manufacturing business to a new ben tion recently It was a noteworthy thing for him to do For Warden Is abopt as little addicted to making changes as any man in Cleveland He himself was speaking of this fact a day or two ago I lived more than 36 years In the same house on old Perry street he re marked and for 42 years I took milk t LV o6Y 7i1iI1 told herself over and over again H wasnt A hundred suggestions and plans swept through her mind as she Utened to him chat of the new town ban at Alcazar Then all at once there was a dead silence sad she turned quickly The colonel stood in the ecu ter of the little depot his hands clasped comfortably under his coat- taIls his lips pursed up for a whistle And he was looking at the suitcase under the window ledge a suitcase with the owners name written boldly across It J P Dexter Nell leaned her hands on the desk and waited tensely She had forgotten to hide the suitcase Well honey girl the cat wouldnt stay put would It And you going to all this trouble just to try and save your dad from himself The colonel spoke very calmly very reflectively almost with a glint of humor In his blue eyes as ho saw the look on NeW faceWhen did Jack Dexter get j eror Father listen She put both hands up on his shoulders and leaned her face against his chin She was t just about on a level with his chin You must take this train Surely when you know youre In the right It doesnt matter what other people think They dont know for sure that i you are here yet The night operator aid you were but I know he isat cer ain I can turn Jack Dexter away He didnt know me at alt Think of them sending him down hereto brio you back the boy that owed everyhthing to you Ha had to do his duty tftheyseBtc him I certainly wish It had been some one else I always set a heap by Jack Hes a right tine boy Studied law with the Judge after woleft NelL I understand hes prosecutlafcjattor 4 ney V From the bridge camthe whistle of tho 110 She was on time to the minute The ticker was calling the Canaan operator and she went to it the tears streaming from her eyes As the local pulled In the colonel stood In tha doorway and swept hfsbroadf brimmed felt hat oft In a general sajS lute 4An l the 110 pulled out without Its extra passenger Somebody came hurrying aloacJha platform and Into the depot I iI cant locate him yet but rm soIIJit to stay over Jack Dexter short and whistled softly uB4erhls k breath The colonel held Nell dose to a him and smiled i oare you boy how are your he said heartily I cant offer 8fi17 tihand because you see Y engaged Im mighty glad to see yen again Jack Just take 70sr siSMHH right over to my boone sr antweR r + ljnortlas Jack started to expiate sad shoe ro Ms head warningly No need far onr p pfeaatlcas l dKtrttaad ritwitfoiiy 4 i thoroughly I domt want ia 4teferb Nellie here with any of the detelk But Colonel Acto Jack es claimed You doat know wutl sa after sir I came down to let you 5 know thai that 1ndlctMeBtis aseaa ed j flatter than a pancake The whole city Is waiting to welcome you back if youll only come The eatof the bank confessed to the full amouat swore bo had made a scapegoat you sir and then gracefully committed sal cide It was the wisest thing hed dona In five years Well now tllats oobUUutcolonel said regretfully H need sot have done 1atIW38 comfortable I s down here Its home to Nel and my self la fact we feel rather reapoa t slblo for the future of Canaaa Mighty fine cf you to come down and let me know Jack though mighty flae r I wanted to bo the first to ten you sir Dexters band gripped the cot onels closely The colonel smiled In a pleased com fortable fashion allbbc101 a 0JWe keep our word we Actoas beA tsaid Dont we Nellr i I can hardly say that she faltered 1 didnt tell truth to Mr flex IlltitlImust think of me Think of you gasped Dexter 1 11 U think you are the bravest truest 1 1TheWe will all lunch la honor of the Y occasion over nt the hole sir Jack give my little girl your arm along 5andtrain comes along No sir I caat irl permit it as my guest you will allow tme to have my way Jask hesitated Ii still looking down at tho heavy salt case and the colonel gave him a deli cate poke In the al4eLadiea first sir tight about face forward march r wvvy from the same family never miming a day Then for 31 years I was shaved a by the same man In the same shop Our family began taking milk from Mr Schurmer a farmer oat Strongs vllle way about fifty years ago when he died we bought milk from his sons and for 42 years we got milk from ithem without missing a single day Eight years ago a man by the name Y of Shuman bought out their milk busiv ness and we have been taking milk of him ever since So you coald al most say that Ive been getting milk from the same place for an eyeD half century Cleveland Plata Dealer Neighborly Attentions A parson was applied to for adriee I r by a member of his congregation who complained of the continual noU made on a trombone by a nextdoor If neighbor Can a man heasked who pine Uses oa such ah Instrument fromorning to night be a good Chris UsaI jSuch a man might 1bl7be a I good Christian the parson replied but his nextdoor neighbor couldnt I or b Yf roJ Jf f h J I 1L 4i7OWlflGSVILCE OUTLOOK I J f 4 PtJHIISItEDfot OINGSILLEJ KY If saLj at i cokQI w matterniTim OUTLOOKS subscription rates are as follows One year One Dollar Six months Sixty Cents Three months Thirtyfive Cents J No commissions allowed any i body on subscriptionsin of address should give previous f address when writing i Correspondents shoifld always get their items to us not later r i than Monday if possible when t out of stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper t News matter of general inter i est is welcomed bring it to us S without delay if you wish it inserted ii Advertisers wishing a change Ior discontinuance of ad should r inform us the week previous to S publication day h Address all communications to r JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville 1 Ky ff u f THURSDAY AUG 4 1910 p ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce Will J Fields of Carter county as a candidate for Congress in the Ninth district of Kentucky e subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party I I We are authorized to announce Archimedes Dickerson as a can didate for Circuit Court Clerk of acttion of the Democratic party j thatTitp ship in his home State because he was leading a beerless campaign DETECTIVE CARNEY of Louis a gloryin4pected of the murder of little Al ma Kellner and securing his ar- restb even i he wasnt in at the finish WIRELESS telegraphy led to the arrest of Dr Crippen want don 4 t the charge of wife murder in y London on board a ship as it 1 neared Quebec The way of the4 fugitive from justice is hard but I the murderer of Miss Siegei i I still at large l TEDDYS nephew and namesake Theodore Douglas Robinson1 uldnltpr fitbFiis lUustrfts kinsmans feme sufficiently to win theRepublican Congressional nomination in the 27th New York 1 promisedtos JEFFERSON county has won its perA fSEqualization and the sheriff will 9 collect the tax without the added per cent The case will have to SO to the Court of Appeals for fi nal settlement L WM JENNINGS BRYAN lost his r leadership of his home State last S week at the NebraskaDemocrat ic convention which overwhelm ingly defeated his local option Isiiback though he will never concede b itV If he would retire the4 Democrats would stand a good chance to come back into power atWashington 4 4 Two farmers in Fayette county comparatitip c3 of the son of one of them After aquarrel they agreed to meet and q discus the question with shot beingfatally ageyears u oftentheorigin THE Ohio Republican State con V vention resulted in a harmonious gathering and the nomination of Warren Gv Harding for Governor b f on a platform endorsing the Taftl I Administration and the work of e sesslon of Congress The neI J their platftfrm If Harmon bea ts formidiandRowan4ea4i Fields for the th District Dem ocratic Congressional nomination Sat Carlisle Wedn sday July 27 fP firstbaUotIi raetrth e pportiIilid r heAt t Uf e Republican voteIf true hewIlI ghtRetfiiiIi iar + 11t nJf 1 1 1rir4 i If t L v t1tIL f1 i e f oJV 1 o t 4 r rP- sctbd ti f p i i I yS EttLSS S 1fiirl I INSURGENT JAS A GARFIELD who thought he was a candidate r the Republican nomination r Governor cf Ohio emerged from the debris piled on him by Boss Cox and Senator Dick and id manfully that he shouldered all the blame of the bungling nduct of the Insurgent battle ainst the Standpatters If Har on doesnt defeat Harding itwill be because the Insurgents of Ohio can stand anything better than party irregularity JOHN G CAItLISLE died in New York City at 1050 oclock p m Sunday He was one of Ken tu st inatesmanequalsinits clear presentation in speech or writing He filled many official positions and always with the highest distinction He was shame fully abused during the freesij ver craze but he lived see course fully vindicated Men of his quality of mind arc rare in centuries CORRESPONDENCE Wyoming c Wreamurday nightIb seenS Born to Robert Anderson and wife a son Miss Rennie Gregory went Monday to visit her brother Hen rjr Gregory and family near C raigsdGrange Cityvl BistaMissingsville Saturday and Sunday Aaron Cooper was the guest of his mother Mrs Elizabeth Coop er near Poplar Eldiva Walton was the guest POPTlarMisses Elizabeth Bradley and Correene Colliver visited relatives at Salt Lick and also attended the Mt Sterling fair PoplarPlainsEstill and wife Saturday and S undaysOdessa August is here and some crops still in the weedsMMr and Mrs Evans of Plum mers visited their daughter Mrs Dr HS Gilmore SundaywDr H B Anderson has located Lat Wyoming for the practice of andpredietiSFrenkJonG5hudiarly affected last week blood flowed from its mouth with strips two or three inches square resembling part of the lungs The appearsA number from a distance at tended the funeral sermon at White Oak Sunday The house vas full and there were many oh the outside IlElderspreached at tbeschoolhouse Sunday night Crooks Mrs Johnson dofatives here Randolph Nixon wife and son of Covington are visiting relatives here John Caudil and wife of Mont gomery county visited Pen n Shultz and wife Saturday and Sunday George Peedshipped a carload of cattle to Cincinnati Saturday daughterMissin Bourbon countyIEdCarmichaelare improving Will Warner is visiting his pa tSaltMrs Lee of near relativeshere daughterStoops The prospect for corn in this section is excellent Farmers cannot get rid of the weeds in their tobacco itagainness jx A year like 1910 is enough to make the farmers turn hoboes sectionisgood Mrs John J Coyta and children of near Owingsville w e revisiting relatives here last week mMemphisBridges Bros fine twoyear 1tlontJtomerYJItcounty we r 7 4F t r 01 1185bLeslie Thurstrum and bride have gone to housekeeping a t Sharpsburg IThe Somerset Sundayschool a picnic in Johnsons woods ThursdayI tryingBrooms will no doubt get cheaper after this- Harrison Conn and wife went Sunday to visit relatives at Little Rock Reuben Piersall of near Ow gaville was a visitor here Sun y We have been Stoops corres IfIwe us hear from them Moores ForryfMrs E C chil visitingherShroutClay Otis left Tuesday of last week for Dunreith Indiana G B Myers bought a cow of Cogswellfor Howard Lewis wife and little nonrs Lewis brother Elder Ca bert Cassity and family Floyd Green of San AngeloA Texas is visiting his uncle Elder Cabert Cassity Mrs Aaron Fanning andchil ren returned Sunday to their ome at Salt Lick after a weeks isit to her sisterinlaw Mrs L Ingram Born July 30 to R E Carter nd wife a daughter Mrs Alice Snedegar we are glad to say is able to be out again James Cassity of Jessamine county has come to stay with B L Ingram Stepstone Born July 28 to Wm Carmichael and wife a daughter E dwingtontheir aunt Mrs C B Reid Miss Mary Lyle is about the of her illness Miss Lola Day of Ohio Misses Sylvia Day and Lottie Bittinger Mt Sterling called to see Miss ary Lyle Thursday afternoon spentThursdayife in Owingsville James Treadvvay and wife of Mt Sterling visited friends and relatives here last we- ekA1issiIizaMiitt Mrs 01Spencer s yickThe youngest child of Mrs Wick Perry is very sick Walter Lowry and wifeof Salt xKarrickS P Steele and wife visited relatives in Winchester last week Barbiiedoclock She iad dropsy for sev alyears She was the widow of whodiedSGeorge idCharlieMrs James Gregory Mrs Henry Montjoy Miss Kate who is at MrsMinnie lovedbythebereaved lytheeembraceButTill we see thy heavenly face Home is not what it was Since dear Annie is no more In shediedHer life was asked but God denied So longingAnd grief and sorrow be oer awaitsOnshore gleamingUpon igOneA COUSIN Salt Lick adjoining beheldattractions andLeonard rnOlympiaThe new town ordinance here against riding freight trains im sbesides r r 4 r 6 S k1 hyi I l One of our citizens joined theI bird gang not long agr The 11monthsold child of Mr and Mrs Chas Fowler died Thursday morning and was lastI icd at the Dickerson Friday fr taontIJudge Jas Stewart of More head was here Tuesday j improvinglo t diSamon the Rowan side of Licking river died last Saturday night and was buried in the home grave ward Sunday afternoon lie was aged 70 years Sherman Gullett ended the postmasters nf ttThg at Lexington Saturday FridayfromAuctioneer Kimbrell attended Morehead County Court Lee Thompson of Winchester visited W W Razor Sunday A J Cheap and R M Hamilton were iii Mt Sterling Sunday All business houses in town shouldclose one hour out of respect to the dead during all fu eralskteams are now work on the Licking Valley railroad s 1v Snedegar of Wyoming was Saturday ofKansasr t icheW Terry of Stepstone was here Sunday Olymoia Mrs J H Swarts and little son Neal returned home t fiotwoweeks visit with hermother Mrs George Swarts Sam Gaylor and wife have re a t bfteratives herepTalmage Clark wife and chil visitingtheirSarah Smith closedWednesday Miss Grace Lemaster of Rus wNCharlie Smith of Ashland is visiting his mother Mrs Sarah Smith George Rickof Georgetown nshereirs Bige ells and little son Howardof O ingsville visited her mother Cole Jackson Sunday tbrothercweekVirginiaJ K Jacksoil SaltLickOlympianSprinS nix teacher Misses Ethel and May Swarts SRungfewdaysond Sunday in August OwinJtsvillelast week Bud Clark of Covington is visiting relatives Mrs Dr Alexander and daugh MalvinaLewisTom Hart Sunday PROSPERITYThe iatj the revenues of this country have itisa most happy condition What this country really needs Whatititsbranchesal The burdens of taxation are unnecessarilyf millionsof dollars taken from the taxpayers are wasted An increase of revenue may bean index of prosperity just as the mercury is an index of warm weather but it does not make prosperity any more than the eOnis prosperity shavetheir capacity to employ it wise nditpartit unwisely Furthermore the increased rev enues now collected come from new taxes The tax falls on the small corporation the remaining Itisself an unwise taxin its opera tW2T lions unequaland therefore most doesInotness interests of the country need it today Twentyfive millions are to be taken from the tills of the small merchants and manufacturers or ken from their deposits in bank the very moment when they need it as much as they have ever needed it in the past five years and given to a government that is spending over three millions a day every dny in the year inclu ngSunday one million of hich according to Mr Aldrich is sheer waste We do not make wealth by waste We do not promote pros perity by extravagance We make money just as we make crops or make chairsby hard labor by selfdenying labor by continued industry by wise foresight by frugality and we makeI it in no other way We cannot create something out of nothingS We can abstract money not made from the pockets of men who have made it We have in society a large class of men who live by their 1wits socalled and take money without rend service poolroom managers racetrack men prize fighters and their promo ters Wall street speculutors lot venders fakirs of every ind and degreemen who sell arrangethost known commonly as the pre datory classes They are not moneymakers they spend the money of other people Money that is spent for govefn ment intelligently and econom ally administered is not money wasted it is money saved It is economic wisdom to employ a po lice force to protect your life and property instead of going about lookingforthe government to Ynaintain re department than it is to con tent yourself with your own hose cart or fire extinguisher It is wise to maintain ax system of courts where your disputes cane finally settled though in many the courts rather serve to settlement of these con troversies and in that case they fail to justify their existence and become an unnecessary burden- on politicAll statesmen of Jcitiesmeats all presidents of countries peopleknowto take as little in the form of tax from the people as the absolute necessities of an economic government demandalWe have had no such rule of action in the past twelve months anywhere The rule is to takE all from the people that the peo pIe will stand without overthrow i powerNow people to unwise exactions they are told that they are prosperous and that he reyenues the government is this tiTheptorosperous t thheo c nfprosperous because they work Louisville Post A HARD HEARTAn itinerant pieacher a AudienceHe described the foolish prodi als extravagance and dissipa ryandhuskeating sty he described his return and his fathers welcome the rejoicing and the preparation of the fatted calf The in his discourse n 1oticedvery hard He thought he had made a convert and t ahefrom the pulpitwyouhavel returning home like that Me said the cowboy fierce lYeId have shot the boy and raised the calfDetroit Free Press You used to say dad that Itwas a budding geniusS eVellblooming idiot ClevelandLeader A woman cant well help being proud of her husband for owningj an automobile even if he has toItake it out of the butcher antIPgrocer A girl is so naturally amiable that when men are about she can nearlykilling The only kind of gossip a wo a thelfCORRESPONDENTS WANTED TIlE OUTLOOK would like to have a correspondent at the following places that would send in the news with reasonable regularity insidethe h RUpperBethel a Sherburne r v I t SSr Vi f4 AT iT i1E1 i J i NEWSPAPERS IN TROUBLE 4Special agents of the postoffice department are traveliria JMttawf tilover the country dropping into newspaper offices whentteaM iX 1requirinJ behasrules It seems a little tough that country editors have to be haul edera1lawsscribers for the small sums they owe on subscriptions but it is like EditorknowsAnd if too many subscribers are behind on their paper itmoutftrouble with the government It puts an editor in such shape that unusualpromptbeenjetkedupThis A tr frome p Jsendaccommodate them We sometimes question the right of UftcISSam to interfere in the conduct of a legitimate business and ty iwe shall not extend credit if we wish to but whether right or ly w greatto 4 reallywantus of xIt J newspaper man to send pa p 1 arrearsoof pe outbusinesspaper mailed amounts to much more than the profits on tb entiresubscription business to say nothing of the increased amount of la bor which would be required in affixing the stamps PublishersAuxiliary B St AUGUST 8TH TO 15TH Herbert A Klines Aggregation of ShowsbThis Amusement Company Has Play ed Most laNorthweat At the Blue Grass Fair at Lexing to w AillKline aggregation of shows which home Is c to be known as the best midway on earth For some years past Mr Kllno has played all the largest and most Important state fain oi e Northwest This will mark his appearance in the South anti the management of the Blue Grass Fait Is particularly fortunate In being abIto secure him for Lexington There will be some twelve or four teen shows in tho Kline Carnival Company all of them new with feature not before seen In similar showti and l of them well worthy of patronage Wild West Show Thci big Bacfcskln Bill Wild WestJUUa Dog and Pony show Is not only the la ta Imingabounds with exciting features char ta a Cmedwas a law unto himself when savage animals and savage humans alike had to bo accounted with and when fea alargeof this country In addition tc o most excellent of the acts of the wild west shows Is the introduc on of a dog and pony circus which appeals to the children and which adds decided features of enter talnment Trained Wild Beasts The famous Rollins Trained Wlk nImal Show is tho peer of all show o its kind in the country and presents a magnificent menagerie ol Jungle beasts trained to an extent thai would seem almost incredible Those who put these lords of the forest lions tigers leopards hyenas panth ers and other dangerous beasts through their tricks dally and hour take their lives in their hands and this element of danger risk and necessity of unceasing vigilance causes o thrill and a zest added to the natural interest of the spectator in witnessing n almost unparalleled performance 1ho great European Flea circus ith trained fleas performing thcli tricks at the direction ottbose whc have taken infinite pains in teaching them Is as novel and as remarkable as any show that could possibly bE witnessed A Model City Iff addition to these there is the famous Kempfs Model City a wondei ho other carnival company in C ntire country can offer It is a mod ra uptodate city In miniature acknowledged to bo the best and most wonderful mechanical exhibition In the world The fact that five yea reowere required to build it is proof suf ficient of tho intricacy of its iiec Iin nismbThen there is the Little Russian rince the most famous midget as well as the smallest man on earth This diminutive dignitary Is a human doll twentyfive inches high thirty two years old and weighs only six teen pounds lIe speaks fluently Eng llsh Russian and German Vile spent his babyhood in a cradle made 01g cigar box While he is so small at an ordinary nan can hold kirn one hand he will nevertheless prove the most popular and sue Stosought after man on the Blue Grass Fair groundsIAn Antithesis In direct contrast will be seen ElmaI aged twentyone and thundredhuman antithesis of the farfamec ussian Prince When with him she ppears on the platform the two malbpair that is a marvel to all them 3 t r 4 Hotice Foullry laisers Now is the time of year your 1R4i144Urnberneck I pathemj y Price 50cno cure nO uaranteed bySD THoliPJOij Co Owingsville j Try it under the guarantee t sk for booklet on diseases of oultry 455 MARBLE AND GR VNITJE 0 Monument Tombstones and Markers pzS have anupio date stock and I am in a position to make pricesl c icelebrated r ioyinCOAXhave OftJefferson oal Lime Salt Sand Cem- entSJroICKr canfurnishAUSTIN BOAZ BAND NUMBERS 45 Russian Has Few Equals and No Superior flIMiiiManagement of Blue Grass F Secured Thivlua Pftmout MV4 alan Band 41Probablyhas attracted greatcSt attention throughout the country the past two 4seasons Is the splendid aggregauoaIof musicians gotten together under the direction of A Thaviu the J famous Russian bandmaster The success of the Tbaviu Band at every engagement It has played has beea duly attested by the fact that each city Is more than anxious always to have the band return The good fortune of the management of the Blue- Grass Fair la being able to secure this band is thereforiCdspeclally notable Mr Tharla has few equals and Mo superior as a leader His band cornS p f bines every element of efficiency nec J1ltessnry to the greatest eia i tho most pleasing effects It anmben IrsIinIdlUon the band carries with It a trIPe f Rusfsn singing and danclal KfrJirt who are themselves ono of the most otablo features ever seen with Any and This troupe of Russians was imported by Mr Thaviu and has ap peared with him the past two neanoas It is the only troujm of JtaklDdem seen on the Americas band cOI1certtstage The Thavlu Band will give a MornSing afternoon and evening concert each day throughout the week of Au iJat 813 the troupe of RnsslaB dai cers appearing at each performancef The excellence of the music at the Blue Grass Fair has always been oas f its features of outstanding aeriH The management feels secure la pro dieting that the Thaviu Band wit please the public as no other band ever appeared in Lexington has one It is certain to prove one oivf JZe greatest and most notable draw Ltonplendid soprano soloist with the tcaud 4 z fJ