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I ro I Jin a 7 O i I c8 i i I 71 I jX r t 1rl- 4 iI I t JmIn tik 0 r j t zI VOL XXXII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 111910 NO 5 2tI Bring your job work to TilE OUTLOOK office The Ewing fair will be held August 18 19 and 20 Mound City paints wear longest and look best T M PERRY Co t Cut prices on mens and boys Inclothing at L D Brothers cash d store 3tf 4 Elder J E Wilhoit will preach 1iUi at Harpers schoolhouse next ISunday night The Bath County Bible Schools Saltal next I Mens womens and childrens kslippers at reduced prices at L D Brothers cash store WF Fultz editor of the i Mountaineer has been appointed Ti Police Judge of Morehead The drouth though of compar atively short duration is dam I agingt1e corn and tobacco giat 11 ly LaterA good rain fell here Tuesday night Charley Snedegar sold his cropu yOoftobacco raised this i Seth Botts town place to Caleb S Ratlin at12ic Protracted meeting will at White Oak Church by EldersJ CarpenI s A N tCrooks bought ten longs yearling steers of Renna Horse man at40 head and resold 0themto Wm Wright a 5c per lb t SALVATION ARMY The color t ed detachment the Salvation Army three strong has been 4 bolding forth on the streets daye aandnight to interested white people l9l1CEEverybody is warn or employ my son fIW17 without my consent p c years of age b t DAVID JOHNSON KtWP ndtJD 1d Ii ii Vecocmt u t ti drwtaaiKl poorcrop PTQJB SMALL PHOFITS TO CAS- WWitkttBall profit and large vol 4Me I can saveyou on an avert affttiii per cent teach year on ywiwceryilHlL t Try me under tbe new iIh ayatem 4tf R CLYDE BYRON Tk people of Bath and adjoin r IIIC n should remember that the G A R reunion will be 1 IwMnear Midland August 18 49 2 v and 30 There will be more at dtracUona than ever before seen at a reunion Wm Maze and Leonard Myers lanagersJt I V SK THE Anow7As a ready JWNWS fit notifying subscribers their need re t Ji Jririgwemakeanarrow mark k t blie address label ontheir OUT LOON Remember that we cannotrr extend lit now like q lto the postal authorities not per mittigit tfIJ RBAD THIS Notice No 21avejkiouttoRClyde Byron f i ii in the GROCERY bus lass and a prompt settlement 4 iOf your account is requested rand in efdertowindIUp the old I eK eannisettleatonce Thanking you for all past favors 4tf 8 D THOMPSON S 1 I have bought outmy partner1 a 4 Ducl Thompeoi Come 10 ana t leWe your account and me systenijustiIPPS o- ptzIexecttomakeittoyoui It l tice your cash witht 1 e R CLYDE BYRON i roJ i V WANTEDTwOotLOOK trisjodentatthefollowjnIPHMM that would send in the Iti the coiaty4rrOf I Srp b4ur 3 t i IJJtIeI kW tat Creek tt Sherburne J 1 f i BROTHER SBCDRED NOMINA muscontfy Court Clerk tj I tobeetected in November to till latpe fr ii t tended The JK1idatwerethe e prmatCtek OcarB Brother i lJit Jiw of John W Dawson t 7aX1lnDick The count 1 zh1 vot was 319 for Brother i A f aid 1H9 for Dickerson iIh Wf J 14 k JJI 11ti t l J 1 tti flfJf ti tJk r I 4j v 1 f ioJ It 4 S t7j 1 1I o IA iV c PERSONAL H C Gudgell wasin Maysville last week Capt W P Conner remains about the simo with his illness J W Hutcheson is able to go aboiit his home on crutches now Sam T Jones of Mt Sterling came over the past week on a visit to relatives Goo Shrout after a visit to relatives returned home to San Angelo Texas- T H Browns little daughter Irene went last week to visit Mrs Chas McMath at Moscow OIMrs Frances Chandlerof Bur bridges Branch left Monday for Weston Mo to make her home Mrs Minerva Ricketts Smith of Sherburne visited her aunt Mrs B M Goodpaster Tuesday Clyde Daniel was here this week He recently had a surgi cal operation performed at Louisville Mrs C F Martin and daughter Micha went Thursday to visit formers sister at Indianapo s pdiana Miss Harriet Dudley Hawkins guestfweek lrs James H Wood of Altj Sterling came over Thursday to- penjd a week with her sister Mrs Johii W Honaker Mrs Win Atchison and daugh er Mrs Roger Ammerman left niday for a fewweeks sojourn aSwango Springs Mrs AN Crooks and Miss cy Honaker attended the fun lof MrsJ H Minogue in ijl SterIh1gSaturday Wm L Carter of Maysville k tant Manager of the Singer Machine Co was a caller office Thursday ichart A N Denton her Ruby Kincaid and lfalrr Di tnichand her CYflthIMJItedher 1 and family the pasts week upherscbooltrict bnv account of her health Miss AnniePieratt was appointed to teach out the term Wnil McNeill and son Frank ibf Mineral Point WiSconsin came homeHeleftherein here with hisjparents from Ireland Misses Elizabeth and Julia Prewitt after a visit to their aunt Mrs H C Gudgell return ed home tq Fayette county Tues day accompanied by Misses An gie Young Jackson and Ida Belle BrotherMrs John Barnes and daugh ter Louise Mrs Dillard Hazel rigg Jr and daughter Emily of Mt Sterling joined Mrs Stock well Samuels and Mrs Mit Wee don Thursday on a visit to Mrs Si J Ratliff and all returned home Saturday BOUGHT A IESIDENOEMrs Lou Templeman bought ofTS Shrout the residence on Cemetery street occupied by Jack Conyers for 1000 possession to be given March 1 1911 Mrs Templeman will move to a room at Miss Jen ale Elliotts residence on High street CARD OF THANKS To friends and neighbors who assisted us with kindly deeds and consoling words on the decease of our dear GoodantEBob Gatewood we return our heartfelt appreciation MRS LOUISANA GOODAN AND CHILDREN PICNIC SUPPER Mrs H J Daily and Mrs John W Honaker entertained Ladies Aid of the ME Church Friday after noon with a picnic supper at Wm Wrights grove on Prickly Ash The grownups enjoyed flinch and children had a big time swinging and wading in the branch WONDERFUL HEIFERDrG W Conner has a heifer that is a iye rold this month Sh has never been bred It was noticed recently that she was making bag and a half gallon of milk was taken from her She now gives a pint of milk at a milking twice a day A suggestion that the Doctor is eligible for the Aclub is met by the response that satisfactory witnesses will be i iif J7 f 0 ifr f I 1t1 liR S I r DEATIIEdIward oclock a m Thursday Aug 4 at his home near He was in town for the last time Fri day afternoon July 29 and tool to bed when got home He had been in bad health for some years and tried in vain for re lief from his disease He wasted away until he was only a shadow of his former self but he came to town regularly and was al ways cheerful Deceased was known from childhood by the nickname o f Pete He was in his 46th year of age He was the youngest child of Samuel Goodan and wife both deceased and was born and reared on the Preston neLL town He was married to Miss Louisiana Jackson daughter of Goo Jackson and she and their two sons Ray and Clell both married survive He followed farming From his school days he was distinguished among his associates by a peculiar droll humor and was a companionable popular man Pete will be greatly missed in his community and this town His widow and sons have the sympathy of many friends in their loss Of his brothers and sisters there survive Miss Mary Goodan and Mrs Cynthia Williams of near town Daniel of Stoops and John Teague of Buffalo Ill SOCIAL AFFAIRS The follow ing guests will arrive Thursday- to attend Miss Juelda Conners house party Misses Ethel Howe ofCarlisle Margaret Day of Winchester Vestina Bailey of Shelbyville Emily Robinson and Kathleen McCabe of Mt Sterling Mrs Alex Conner will hold a reception Thursday night from 8 to 12 In honor of Miss Jueldas guestsThe following will arrive Fri givenbyMisses Nell Allen Richart of Sharpsburg Elizabeth McFar of Lexington Harriet Dud ey Hawkins of Flemmgsburg Messrs Milerroj ore field Harry and lHarvey Crboks dwardYyatt JitSter CiubIICROP PROSPECTS Reports from over the county in the main are that it will be a struggle to make a half crop of tobacco The prolonged rainr season drowning outa considerable percentage the water washing out the solu ble plant food the heavy growth of weeds and recently the drouth are cited as the combined causes of poor tobacco prospect Individuals scattered over the county and the Bethel neighborhood re cropsThe on an av promises so that it is predicted by some that corn in the field will start off at 4 per barrel SocItLSaturdayAugust electioiuin District No6 better known as Sugar Grove The total number of votes cast was 31 Wm Helwig the incumbent re ceived the entire number After the polls closed a boun tiful repast of soup icecream and cake was served at the house of Mr and Mrs J H Myers to about 150 people consisting of men women All enjoyed the hospitality of those good people and speak ofthe oc casion as a notable one in their social experience and unite in wishing for this jolly couple many more gatherings as happy as this A SUBSCRIBER HOUSE PARTYMiss May Atchison has been entertaining a house party at her home on lower Slate Creek The following are the guests Misses Sallie and Lela Estill Era Havens Maude Kissick and Emma Day of Fleming county and Stella Dawson of Owigsville Messrs Pickett Garnett Harvey Horton Dr Geo Horton and Noel Satin dens of Fleming county and Dr H BAndersonofWyomingPOOLED FRED The Burley Tobacco So ciety will offer for sale for one day only August 16 at Lexington 1200000005ppunds of the 1909 pooled tobacco The prices will be attached to the samples and the first com will be first serv ed there being no bidding nor reduction ofsprice If the tobac co is not on that day it will be withdrawn arid when offered again it will probably beat an increased price C v i 3 4- e 1 m f IPAINFUL HURT One night James M Richards Ruby Kincaid and two young la- dieswerereturningin an auto mobile from Olympian Springs the machine threw the occupants against the at the street crossing opposite R S Cross resi dence on Slate Avenue The young ladies had their heads bumped severely and Ruby re ceived a dent in his skull that pains him very much at times iPOOR WHEAT CROP Wheat in the main is making a misera bly poor turnout at the thresher The average crop hardly pays for the seed and costof planting and growershave discouragedfrom 4BOUGHT A FARM Samuel 0 Doggett has bought of the heirs off the late Jas H Power the Robt LStewart farm of a little over 74 acres on the head of Prickly Ash at 80 per acre pos session given March 1 1911 Mr Power bought the farm last year at 90 per acre GIVEN UP PRACTICE HERE Dr D L Procter of Mt Ster ling had to give up his rooms at the Mrs Lou Fratman residence as it was rented by the year to others and not being able to secure satisfactory rooms else where has given up his practice here OILED STREEisThe street in the business part of town were well oiled last week with Ragland petroleum and Old Man Dust went out of the fight The oil was carefully sprinkled on by hand power and is doing more good than ever Before I4GHTNINGDuring of last week lightning struck T S Shrouts stable in the rear of Dr I W Jones residence and split a rafter NO other damage of Consequence was done FEVER Mrs Jas R Maxey is sitting tip some I The other fevcrpatitmts Mrs frank1 ybuntf Eleanor Conner AlnieIprogress towardr Tcovery SNAKE BITTEN While stack ing oats on the Joe Cook farm one day last week John Spence was bitten on the right eyelid by a snake The bite caused severe pain for two or three hours but caused no further serious trouble Thos Hunt and Miss Leona Goodpaster daughter of James Goodpaster of Craigs were licensed to wed the past week There is only one vacant resi dence and that is out of repair in town There never was such a demand for houses here Several growers have been offered 12Jc tobacco The nights are pleasantly cool Too MUCH LAW This country is suffering from an overproduc tion of laws During the year 1909 there were passed by the Federal and State Legislatures over 44000 en actmentsSeven out of ten men elected to Congress are lawyers The lawyer is a specialist and as such may be necessary but all specialists are dangerous and unsafe men unless well audited and checked by those with no personal interest in their specialty- The lawyer mind looks upon keepshumanity specialiStparticular brand ofsalvation mankind would run amuck The people who look to law to save are already goners Mankind cannot cannot be legis lated into goodness Morality must spring from the heart to be ofavailThe true function of govern ment is to make it easy for all men to do right To do wrong always brings a penalty regardless of law Lawyers loqkupon anything not illegal as If we allow such men to make laws for us and then also execute punishment as much as the client in King Ar thurs time who wanted something for nothing and who was turned over to his own attorney attorneysoices that took away his breath and all his property David Harem said a certain number of fleas on a dog was all j Kf rj1f= XSMSf right Also we might say that there is no objection to a certain legislativerepresented in Congress but lawyers should Inot be selected to represent all the rest of us be cause God knows they dont When we get a Congress with over onehalf lawyers we are in viting a session of delay of pro crastination quibble stipulation expenseA and in stinct is not an economist He is keepingfolksgetting other things done His mind works negatively and to block the opposition consumes a big part of his time He is wedded to precedent Also in spite of his respect for law he is an expert in the evasion of lawHe is on the side of expense not income It isnt the lawyer who makes the waste places green and the desert to blossom as the rose The lawyer knows only one way to make money and that is to get yours But the business man builds invests creates and makes tons of grass grow where there was only tons of sage brush before The business man drains swamps irrigates arid lands bridges nv ers tunnels mountains sets the unemployed to work makes good roadsThe business man takes some nothing and makes a valuable thing out of it As long as it is the rule and representedgoverned by incubi and succubi The pernicious activity and med dung by lawyers with the natu paidforrate Once there was a band of pirates that protected the shipping of the Adriaticfrom pirates col lecting from each vessel that passed the tarifa to pay expenses In selfprotection merchants had vethe self styled protector from the sea And Jlthe merchants had not combined in the TiiseAticL- eague piracy would still be regarded as legitimate and a beau tiful adjunct to civilization Men always justify themselves in all they do THat country is govered best that is govered least said Thoa Jefferson Jefferson was a lawyer but he was of the other kind For the commercial lawyers whose work is to see that commerce and trade moves along safe and legal lines no word of criti cism can be raised The shibboleth of the lawyers should be getting on getting oh The business lawyer removes the obstructions from the channel so the of progress may pass His endeavors are all away from litigation not toward it He compromises and works for compromise and Re venge is out of his orbit Get ting even is not for him and cheap and transient legal victories have for him no lure He is on the side of creation and production not death and dissolu tion rElbert Hubbard SAVED INDEEDJ 0 hn D Rockefeller before he abandoned the interview said a New York reporter once advised me very strongly against the policy of hoardingagainst the policy of saving instead of spending it for the good of Such sa vingshe said were as foolish to him as the conduct of Peter Clay Peter Clay was a coachman His master found him one morn ing lying on tQP of snowdrift in the front yard quitO drunk Why Pete you scoundrel the master said whatdoyou mean by getting drunk at this time of day Your breakfast has hardly settled and youre drunk Wellsir Pete answered carefully rising my excuse is that on my way home with a demijohn of whisky for my wifes rheumatism I fell on a cake of ice and the demijohn busted and the good liquor all ran out It lay in little pools and puddles between the ruts I got down and lapped up all I could sir and that is how I was overcome You swinish scoundrel said the master how much did you drinkWell said Pete I guess I must have saved nigh on to a quart and a pint A 50percent Burley tobacco crop in Kentucky is the fore cast potjI iii r if r4 EUGENE MINIHANl MANUFACTURER OF TITGTTGRADE 0jHandmade Saddles and Harness j Owingsville Kentucky l hf THE RACKET STORE Everything for IS erybody ONE PRICE TO ALL Big Reduced Stock Sale begins Augtisfelt fand will continue to October 2 3 t 4insoldWe so come andsee 1 for yourself Dress ginghams apron ginghams percales sateens bleached cotton brown cotton shirting cottons india linons dress linen white shirtwaist goods collars ties hosiery handkcciiefs gloves andlacegum web pins needles buttons ladles underwear iens 1f BOda i i atrtides i HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR EGGS f JB MAXEY OwinKiYill jJI 41 t r L YfIJrr tJ9Jnlli1 iJr ll k wiiot TI113O1iTL hI 1 Wecndolt sweJlarzdas Jrou have it done elsewhere quantdalltysided Run over this list and see if there isnt so in it you need Jf I l11i Letterheads Noteheads Ehvelopes Billheads Statements Pamphlets jI Blank Forms of all kinds 4andWe put writing papers in tablets with blotting paper cover riif so desired i i rdeedsmortgagesAddress OUTLOOK OWINQSV1LLE KY BRINYOUR JOB FRITZL ii ITO THE OUTLOOK OFFICE IN PROHIBITION KANSAS Of ficials of the express companies peculiarcomplaiqtsto Cloud county man recently filed a long complaint with a certain company against its local agent WheneverI receive a shipment of liquor said the man the agent tells all the old topers in townand they hound me to death for social drinks I want you to order your agent to keep his mouth closed in the future when- I liquorAnother was out instruc ting a local agent how to handle his business As soon as the train departs said the official first take in your money next your small packages and last your big packages Thats where you are mistaken n said the local agent Out here we must take in the liquor packages first The gang around the depot will pay no attention to packages of mon ey but they will steal the liquor packages if I turn my back Topeka Capital The Census Bureau estimates the United States population at ninety millions t i 1 1TH i itr firT L Receipts Labels Invitations Cardr Posters Dodgers THE ExSheriff William Linke and J bondsmen of Newark 0 for +permitting the lynching of Carl Etherington are to be sued for tf40000 damages COAL gII have for side at my place on Jefferson street Coal LimeSalt Sand Cement aRIOX 7Xf at as low rates as any one can +furnish these articles 2 AUETIN BOAZ 1 MARBLE AND GRVNITE ft Monuments Tombstonesk and Markers jI have an up4o date stock andy 7 tfrightcelebrated silver grey marble a 1inCy Jilti 1 f 71IF j d i 4 Izui J Jrx f Ili TAFT IS INDORSED t t r IOWA REPUBLICANS HAVE WARM TIME IN STATE CON i VENTION ti S i SUPREME JUDGES ARE NAMED gli Mslon Is Marked by Hisses and Cat t Calls Senator Cummins Ignores 0 President In His Address Dolllver t t j Elected Permanent Chairman 4 i Des Moines ILThe Iowa state Re 1 q publican convention adjourned Wednes day after a bitter controversy between flr tt the progressive and stalwart factions I Candidates for supreme justice and su t perintendent of public instruction were I Y I nominated and a platform was adopt I 11 r ed Senator Cummins was the tern 4 porary ciiairman and Senator Dontver A the permanent presiding omcer Doth were cheered and hissed during their addresses f t The resoluUons as adopted dismiss S i consideration of the president with i lthe clause We indorse such efforts as President Tart and his advisers i have made to fulfill the promises ot 5jthenational platform 4 Theyreamrm their loyalty to the platform of 1908 but do not recognize t the revision of 1909 as a saUstactory fulfillment of the party promise and therefore favor the creation of an In iw dependent nonpartisan tariff commit tee to secure facts regarding imports j andurge revision of schedules separ a ately They commend Senators Dol r icC j liver and Cummins for tholr york upon the tariff bill the railroad bill I kSfl the postal savings bilL They commend the action ot tho house in revising the rules They IntfeffSb the antitrust law and xecoinmend it be v yt given additional strength to meet the J 4devices ot modern industry They 1taTor then flung of a physical valua aj f Ofi railroads la order to secure I ttM Ieffective control of rates and a com I tlete system of accounting They favor amendments to the postal sav Irss law to keep Ute mcaey deposited i t 1wtth the government within the cOrn t hl8 deposited They favor conservation of natural resources I They indorse the primary law They promise there would be ao backward t I 1 steps along prohibition lines in Iowa They demand election of United States senators by direct vote of the peopla Insist on a readjustment a t IreeaetaUoaofRepubUcana la I convention They am teeoHie Ux and favor cooperation of tlut uUoBsl government In enlarging publicWiMtMomI TJwier the primary law the thlsa S t L e sier t U ssleers were made at gIa3uie exceptlBg for JiidiesaMapdatendeat e r Wt4 iMtnctkMt til thetatter ccMMK iot 1ieIB amsjo1ty jTote ws EftMJ DoNeaud JlldPS 1 IIJf Da 1l Oak wrs re J r f idt aipreabeae 4t aeIatM t l Oarac saate4- t rUM eWe s ef sa srt ts 4eiit Jiff p Wfl l tractW V 4 4 Thai tr = f tC ta1 12F 2pVeraMb 0SL sMte Uae t101t w w e hi sii 4J toe party tp si LlMfite et sVot 200a- eT8ttIPrdti r CeeINaa ceiaMudpatter wklke Imto the eel1t raw ylag rraft fNt in ItIeIi1Ie ww Jofaw tr Us fellow vUlwiirta Reosevelts same irud i ek McIlloored Lees IlTi kiit It wsi some tlma Wore he I MM innaeg- eaatorf CUBMHIBS was Very emphat fer I kU aedaratiom thAt the tariff MU M itl Kopd ef4ed coBrfderable revWoB to Wake it right He also waxed Uie oumtry aplaat going too filtoith ceatrai teak Heaaad said I that wealth was demaadlor too much ten alrea47b gewitor Cammlmm Vas cheered re peitttdly by jhe JIreHITeathe staK Si aralerall7 hllUentU 1to interrupt bias He referredb f I I to hoDeIess aM retreating reaction aries aadi eelared that the Repub dUJbecoaeallJ0 i declared It would be caster make 4 I thi R abUoaa party aft arecresslve legislation from I t JDemonU8 admliitotratioi He r ryre4 that Payn I AMHeh Daleell t f aid ctaersocaUe regulars are no It f mere Infavereitbe yielBl eKav tci1oetban are the pra reariveii I wketb btftrteitaflyreeeated the f Muae ot1 J PJJlllv r for 110 if pen chalrssaa ta stalwarts of It u al tere oppeeitioBta J 0 Vabry of f hf fr Albta DoUlverWM auual by a vote I I r f M4 ta 549 tmaateftias his pool ti Of Uee he BM Iaavebut eee ambition IefttkeePnse1toatbethg4lne- p tor pubUo rights agalast private later 1 cAMioalysyJnpsthiirewlthL js aa JI i at the JiUdoftM raU calt Here v Driver was aMe4- Shla f f t Rammed 8eattie s Seattle WaslfcThe Meet steamer CWfpewa isIe the oM wooden lt tJf Bteaaaer Albion eC WeatBolBt norta r St the ceto 8OftttiO harborr tf f We eiaay Ten paMeacers bound ler IBverett wer abodtA Albion i bat Rae ot tfc WInjureL It fievt Sets toTalp 4 It Aftaay Nyi Theodore Roosevelt f t IUM applied to Secretary ofState j rKenlgfor an aatOEapbne license tin i J i r aew Callaa law He was as i No 114715- il IitIIwgiarke AllUreC t of air ather Japaaei 8 hooier v o poachlac InS 44 1i fce Bering s 1Wasi reported to the PztPL t i areawry JUtt Tuesday y Cap k itafer Foteyof revenue cutter Ta eoa wick to cuardlac eeallnc iaew4Wt TIZ jfKt lcI Appoint llt1 Assistant rl5 New YorkUnItetI tesJJIJct Lfri ti ti At4rIe7 Henry AnVletu indeft tt i 01 MMiar aevej addition te his staff by tJ ippclKtlQC Raymond aBrown who s i r trbllB ens e kl assistants t1 J It 1y I t t rJ IC I t jZ f Ij i JrII f 1 t t 0 Jt1 f 1 Tf T i 1 f14 J j I p 1 rJ 1 0 P f i t i 4 I I JJ4 p 1Jr I jI SHERMAN NAMED BY GORE HAMMON ALSO MENTIONED IN BIG BRIBE QUEST I Oklahoma Senator Says He Was Told VIcePresldent Was Interested In 3000000 Lawyer1 Contracts Muskogee Okla United States Senator Gore who made the sensationS al statement In the senate Juno 24 that he had been offered a brlbo of 25000 by a man from my own town reiterated his statement hero before the senate select committee and named the man as Jacob lIam mon former chairman of the Republican state central commltteo of Okla homaSenator Gore also declared that Hammon told hlri VicePresident Sher man Senator Chariest Curtis of Kan sal and Representative Bird McGuire of Oklahoma wbre Interested in the deal Sherman was named as the man higher up The committee began Its Investigations here Thursday with the hearing of Senator Gore Inquiry Is to be made into what aro known as the Me Senator Gore Murray contracts with tho Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians Involving the sale of tribal property that containeds rich mineral deposits told the commltteo that when he frowned on the bribery offer Hammon said the amount might bo raised to 50000cMuskogee OklaBecause thereC has been no evidence adduced before the special congressional committee whIch la inquiring into the 9 rebrlJ bery charges to show that Vicepresi dent James S Sherman could throw any light on the investigation Chair maa Burke authorized the statement Friday that Mr Sherman would not be summoHed tbj appear before the committee JakeL Hamon accused by Senator T P Gore wlthJ having ottered him a- t35ibrIbe toihfluekce legislation iaivcoasresa for WO sale of Oklahoma Iagtaa kdook thj sa3bcfqrS taelaveUtatin committee HafnJatiNtl a rl denial of Sepatai Gorest hargesthiteot tese tho BecAtorZ500Oorjther aa aatrto pwrthreugh the f30000 000 land deal He aierbelris In- tftiMBted Im the McMurray contracts JUsC faldibe wasln Yasbingtonat the time specified lm the Interest of GOT C N HaskMl ot Oklahoma Congressman J3 Croager of Okla homa croseexamlnation previously had told further details of his expert encea in Washington Ia connection with the attempted 30000000 Indian land deal Congressman Creager again testified concerning his meeting with Hamon charged by Senator Gore with being promoter for JF McMur ray who held contracts for the sale of the land on a ten per cent basis Interrogated by Senator Gore Mr Creager said his bill provided for the sale of the lands by the secretary of the interior and did not provide for any attorneys tees Senator Curtis wired the commit tee that the use of his name in connection with the investigation was un authorized and ho wanted to give tee timony He was wired by Chairman Burke to come to Muskogee Utica N Y VIcePresident James 3 Sherman nailed as false the implied charge made by United States Sena tot Gore before the congressional com mitts at Muskogee Okla that Sher man was the man higher up in the BOcialled McMurray Indian contracts Bribery nrVJ BROWNE MUST STAND TRIAL Judge Keraten Denies Motion to Quash indictment and Orders Case to Procee- dCh1cagoee 6Neh Browne must undergo another trial on the charge of bribing Representative Charles A White wittii 1OOQ to vote for United States Senator Lorlmer D that the 1Sot- thedefenle if upheld would render the bribery law fruitless Judge Ker stan Thursday denied a motion to quash the Indictment against Browne and ordered the accused to trial Hollands Consort Is Hurt The Hague Holland Prince Henry of the Netherlands the consort 01 Queen Wllhelmina fell from his bicycle Thursday and suffered a frac ture of the collar bone Prince Hen ry who follows athletic recreations with enthusiasm several times has sustained injuries in these pursuits Kills Wife Suing and Self Chadwlck IlLEnraged because his wife had filed a suit for divorce John Dlvelbllss shot sub killed the woman and hlmllf Thursday Released on Robbery Charge Salt Lake City Utah Peter Marls a Greek arrested here three weeks ago on the charge of holding up andL robbing two fellow countrymen fashionable New York hotel was re leased Friday flea Houses In a Quake Redding CalA pronounced earth quake lasting about ten seconds was felt hero Friday causing many to run into the open streets in fear that their houses would tumble There was no damage r i 5 fI i 4 J 0rrf 1 4it THE HOBBLE SKIRT SffHllllLSTRIICE ENDED TERMINATION OF TRAINMENS WALKOUT IS ANNOUNCED Government Intervention Brings Peace and All Strikers Except Those Guilty of Disorderly Conduct May Resume Ottawa Ont McKenzlo King Can adas minister of labor Tuesday sent to following telegram to Sir Wilfrid Laurier at Woyburn Saskatchewan Am delighted to bo able to Inform you that tho strike ot conductors and trainmen on the Grand Trunk railway system has been brought to an end through government intervention- It means ot course that the big trainmen strike Is settled Tho men to return to work as soon as pos Ftrlkera except those guilty ot disorderly conduct will be reinstated- as soon aa possible The Increases as offered on July 18 become effective and date back to May 1 On January 1 1912 the standard rates of pay as on the Canadian Pacific railway will go Into effect SLUMP IN THE AUTO BUSINESS Bottom Seems to Have Dropped Out Notwithstanding Boosting Efforts of Manufacturers New Jork Indications point to the 1l0ttombvlqf lleno t of the auto oblle business The manufacturers Jllaj reported fat trade circles are making strenuous efforts tti k ep up a show of continued prosperity ljut it Is also said that they are not leU ing their product but restOring ma lne SOTIRbop1 thnotr 5thnic various agencies to preve t tbe pub lo realizing the true conditions fot the market Several largO concerns ace laying off men and giving alt sort of rea sons for SO doing except fhestate- mentthatthey axe overstocked Two or three of the largest factories recently closed entirely ostensibly for the purpose ot taking inventory Jut the workmen were not given any def mite time at which to again report for work and Itta not expected that these factories wilt again be in operation this year A wellknown automobile agent of this city said yesterday that all cars would undoubtedly be selling at from 25 per cent to 50 per cent less than present list prices within the next two or three months He added The trouble with the automobile business Is that the farmers and peo pIe of the smaller clUes and towns have not taken as kindly to the idea as was anticipated The farmers find that the cost of keeping them In repair and operation is more than the cost ot keeping horses to perform the same work and whllo there was for a time a tendency among the farmers to invest in tho machines the demand for cars from this class of buyers has practically stopped and I venture to say we will npt again sell to the farm era to any extent until prices are ma terially reduced CANCER IS MARRIAGE BAR Missouri Prosecutor Directs Refusal of License to Couple Because of Hereditary Ailment St Joseph MoThough parents save their consent Prosecuting At torney Kellar directed that a marriage license should not be issued to Lennle Harding twenty years old and Hazel Morris aged sixteen because as he sarlitheir marriage would not make for the public good He had learned thattheyoung womans mother is amlcted with cancer ExOfflcrals Are Indicted againsttSkene Louis B Harrison former divi don engineer under Mr Skeae and several contractors on charges grow ing out of alleged irregularities In tbe awarding of good roads contracts were voted Thursday v Three Men Killed In Storm Schenectady N YThree men were killed Thursday by lightning at Gleens Corners seven miles north of here during an electrical atorm Cashier Admits Big Theft New York Edwin J Wider the cashier of the RussoChlnese bank in this city whose stealings from the banks security box resulted In a loss of upward of 500009 to the institu tion Wednesday pleaded guilty to the indictment found against him In eon nection with the embezzlement Wider was remanded for sentence Punch Cartoonist Dead London Llnley Sambturne chief cartoonist of Pmlcb ded Wednesday after 8 long illness i i STUBBS WINS IN PRIMARIES Returns Indicate That Five Kansas Re actionary Republican Congressmen Are Defeated Topeka KanGovernor Stubbs the progressive Republican candidate for renomination won out in Tuesdays primaries by a majority estimated at 20000Returns indicate that the reaction ary Republican congressmen lost out In five of the contested districts Thomas McNoal Is running SOO ahead ot D R Anthony A C Mitchell is nominated over Scott in the Second by Governer tubbs vMlUerlnQOon R Rees is ahead of Calder head in the Fifth by 800 rand I D- Young will be nominated over Reed r lathe BlxtinBy TsmaU aisjorltyr SPAIN IN FEAR OF REVOLT Rushes Troops to San ebastlaji to Prevent Demonstratlom on Part of Clericals Madrid Spain Alarmed by fears that the proposed demonstration of the lerlcal forces at San Sebastian the summer capital will assume the character of an uprising the government began to rush troops Into that city Friday A regiment of hussars left Madrid followed by another regiment of cavalry and two battalions of chaus seurs A regiment of infantry also was ordered to San Sebastian from Victoria General Weyler the captain general of Catalonia and Count Sa gasta minister of the interior will go to the danger zone to be in chargo in case of disorder The government believes the Car lists and members of the religious orders which arq numerous in northern Spain are openly inciting their follow ers to violence The governors of the Basque provinces Issued orders to the mayors of all municipalities in these provinces to warn the Roman Catholics against assembling in or entering the city of San Sebastian with arms SEVEN SUFFOCATE IN FIRE Incendiary Blaze In Emigrant Lodging House at Jamalcla L L Is FatalTwelve Hurt New Tork Seven persons two of them women were suffocated to death two were fatally hurt and ten others were injured less seriously when an Incendiary fire destroyed an emigrant lodging house at 100 Rockaway road Jamaica Friday But for the heroism of one of tho occupants who was fatally hurt while attempting to save others the loss of life would have been greater 15000 Tailors on Strike New York Another general cloth ing strike is under way In New York city Fifteen thousand coat tailors of whom 6000 are women quit work Thursday in 300 factories demanding a 63hour working week and an in crease in wages Oldest Inhabitant Found Paris The worlds oldest lahab tant was discovered In Bulgaria Thursday In the person ot Mme Babavnsllka aged one hundred and tventyBlx a resident of Bevelsko Fifteen Engines Are Burned Chadron NebThe twentystall roundhouse and machine shops of the Chicago Northwestern railway here were destroyed by fire Wednesday 15 engines being demolished Spontaneous combustion Is houJhtto have mused the fire Tho is estimated lit 400000 Mississippi at Low Mark BurllngtonIaTb Mississippi nlrer at Burllngtou Wediesday Kiuched tho lowwater mark ectab lljhcd In 1851 t = TRAIN I HITS AUTOMOBILE Two Were Killed Outright and Three Fatally Injured Birmingham AlaTwo were killed outright three fatally Injured and two others may die as the result of an au tomobllo being struck by an engine at a railroad crossing near West Lake below Bessemer The chauffeur and a young lady passenger wero tho ones killed outright Only one passenger escaped unin jured Ho jumped from the car before the engine struck The automobile maintains a regular passenger schedule between Bessemer and West Lake and it was carrying tThepassenger train on the Southern rail way shortly after 4 oclock and was demolishedThere a steep grade leading down to the Southern tracks Just before West Lake la reached and as the highway Is In a cut it was Impossible for tho chauffeur to see the locomotive or or tho engineer to see the automobile Tho front wheels of the automobile Lad just run on to thetracks when the engine running at high speed struck It- TROOPS LEAVING COLUMBUS It Is Believed That All Rioting Has Ended Columbus OThe Eighth regiment Ohio National guard has left Colum bus after ten days car strike duty Tho Third regiment and auxiliary commands will remain on duty another day All the city and military author ities believe that rioting has been end ed although should break out again troops will bo returned Nothing has been accomplished In peace negotiations A letter to Gov Harmon from the carmens union of fering to submit the whole dispute to the state board of arbitration has been turned over to General Manager Stew art of the Columbus Railway Light CoManager Stewart says the company has given Its last word so far as settlement Is concerned and It is up to the union to accept its proposition of last week or nothing ILLINOIS PLANT BLOWN UP Two Dead and Seven Are Thought to Be Fatally Hurt areieadtally hurst as the result of an explo sion on the Corn Products Refining Cos plant The sixth floor was wrecked and It was an hour before the men could betaken out The top of the plant was blown 6QO feet in the air The explosion was caused accord- lug ta officials of the company tothelarJAll of the insuldwak the Excep Lion of one were yorldnggnJhe ixA tloor tackfiig the urn dust M it came plsojitThe1ouithe whole east side of the sixth Bt tand threw every thing In Its pith against thow st tide r GOV FOLK INJURED Chuffeur Attempts to Keep Automo bile from Overturning Muscatlne la Former GOT Joseph W Folk was Injured in an auto smashup near Muscatlne when to save the machine from turning turtle the driver took a ditch and hit a telegraph pole- Mr Folk andy three companions were hurled out of the machine and the governor sustained bruises on his right arm and left leg His right wrist also was sprained when he struck the bank Besides sustaining severe in juries tho governors clothing was bad ly torn The machine was wrecked NOTED EDITOR DEAD Baltimore MdCoL Harvey W Scott editor and part owner of the Portland Oregionlan died at the Johns Hopkins hospital following an opera Uon for a minor trouble The body was shipped to Portland Ore and the uneral will be held next Saturday or SundayHis was unexpected and was a blow to his relatives He was born In Tazewell county Illinois February 11838 and was reared on a farm He later received a classical Education and went to Oregon In 1852 He had been an editor of the Oregonian since 1865 He is survived by his widow and four children Special Session Will Be Called Galveston TexThe blocking of the tenmile liquor bill In the Texas senate has decided Gov Campbell to call a special session of the Thirty second legislature in December to give Texas prohibition May Revolutionize Mathematics Kansas City Michael Angelo Me GInnis serving a tenyear sentence for forgery In the Missouri penitentiary claims to have made mathematical discoveries which will have a sweep lag influence on that science Sleepwalker Killed by Brother Albany Ga Mistaken for a burglar while walking in his slep Julntus Land the 16yearold Eon of a wealhy merchant of this place was shot and killed by his elder brother Ivey Land Aged Divine to Wed St Louis MoMisa Margaret Dun cana society leader in Louisville Ky is to be married to Rev Dr Herrlck Johnson of St Louis Mr Johnson Is SO years old and the young woman is 22 Johnson is widely known in religious circles throughout the coun try especially among the clergy ofithe Presbyterian church He served at one time as moderator of tho general assembly He has also held the office of president of McCormick sotalnary In Chicago Hois at present professor emeritus eJ that Institution I j r BLUE GRASS FAIR Exhibition at Lexington During This Week Few of the State Fairs Are Superloi In Any RespectPremium List Embodies a Total In Excess of 25000 Lexington KyThe Blue Grass Fair which Is the first of the big live stock shows ot the United States opened at Lexington Monday and con tlnues until Saturday of this week Since its inauguration in 1896 this fair has taken high rank among the most important of the fairs and expo sitions of tho country Few of the state fairs with their large appropria Uons are Its superior in any respect and In Its horse classes particularly it stands unique among the fairs of the world This Is to some extent made possible by the fact that Lexington Is in the center of the most famous nursery ground of North America Within a radius of a few miles of that enterprising city are found practically all of the great breeding farms for thoroughbreds that are to bo found in this country a large proportion of the JOUETT SHOU3E Lexington kyy Mioctalionthe Blue Grass Fair this week N 1saddle horse nurseries f the most famousfarms evr i production of thastandaj trotting horse fThis years premium lBlue Grass Falr embbq excess of tirelit7lve7 t ar c1 estioeaYtVlani kr edij p It offers liberal classification for both sheep ant swIaevlIqhhI8backed1IP- Iwltha11 hya splendifl racing program From si snow standpoint the Jhreo outstanding features 6t the fair were the three stakes lot saddle horsesl- one of a ihousanddollars ft ed horses one of 300 for flvegaitel horses three years oldA r under of 300 for threegal teA horses three years old or under There were besides the regular classes a full quota of championship for which handsome trophies wcsjre given thus adding to the horse shdf elements something of the best of the sentiment that has clung to racing In European countries through the award of plate rather than qf monetary offerings With good weather recordbreaking crowds visited at Lexington all this week and the fair was the best in the long and notable history of the famous old town Word comes from South Africa of the finding of another large diamond tt the Premier mine The gem Is said to weigh more than 191 carats end is described as a pure white stones flaw less and measuring two inches long by abcut threefourths olan Inch thick It is estimated to bo worth 50000 uncut The Premier mine became worldfamous In January 1905 when the Culllnan diamond was dis covered there The gem the largest ever found weighed 3032 carats in the rough It was cut into smaller stone and presented to the late King Edward VII by the Transvaal govern ment R E Beaurepalre the Australian swimmer has established anew worlds record for 440 yards The time for the distance was minutes and 23 seconds which is 325 seconds better than the previous worlds record held by T Hattcrsby of England and S 25 seconds faster than the American record held by Chas M Daniels Most of the accidents with big guns of the United States have happened in the navy Th list follows April t 1903 Battleship Iowa gun exploded 13 men killed 5 wounded April 13 J904 Battle ship Missouri explosion of powder 38 killed 5 injured April 14 1906Battle ship Kearsarge pow der explosion 7 killed 14 injured March 27 1910 Cruiser Charleston breechblock of threeinch gun blown off 8 killed sereral injured July 21 1910 Fortress Monroe Va breech block blown from twelveinch dun it killed many injured Regarding the recent report which came to this country of the dying eon dltlon of Rev Dr 3onrardy who is giving his life to alleviate the suffer ing ot tho lepers word has been received stating that lie was not only well but back among his poor people The letter was sent from the St Jo mph Leper Islands Shceklung China via Canton Man Is rarely willing to die for his love but women frequently bleaches for hers ji zo iV 4r je l THE s31Cincinnati Miscellaneous r Butter Extras 30c lb firsts 29aj fancy dairy 21c Poultry Hens 13c lb spring chickens 15c spring ducks b lbs and over 13c turkeys 8 lba and- over 183c Eggs Prime firsts ISttc doz firsts 15c Apples Pippins 2 a4 bbl weathy J275a375 Cabbage Homegrown SOaBOo bbl Huckleberries f375aU5bu Onl nsWte6a7- 0c bu PeachesFancy AZ50 bu Pav tatoes Homegrown 2a225 bbl tweet 376a4 bbl Pears Bartlett 2a22 bu PlumsWild Goose lal50 bu abundant 75caf 125 damsons flSOa 175 6basket crate Sugar CornlOs1- 214c dos String Beans 10a26c ba TomatoesHomegrown Jlal25 bo Cincinnati Grain ii WheatNo2 red lal02 No3 red 93a98c Corn No 2 white 67a67c No 3 white 66a67c No2 yellow 66a 66c No3 yellow 65a66c No 2 mix ed 66a66 c yellow ear 65a67o mixed ed ear 65a67c white ear 65a67c Oats No2 white 37a38c No 3 white 37a37c standard white 38a38c No 2 mixed 36a36c No 3 mixed 3514 a36c HayNew No 1 timothy tlBe 1850 Old No1 timothy 19ai950fl No1 clover mixed H750al8 Barley No2 spring 72a74c RyeNo 275 a80c No 3 75a77c Malt Bprliiff bar t Icy 85a90c Cincinnati Live Stock Cattle Shippers 6a675 butCher steers extra 6a635 good to choice 5a585 heifers extra l510a525goe4 j to choice U25a5cows extra 476a 485 good to choice 4a465 Bulls Bolognas 4a450 tatbullsU50aS Calves Extra 9 fair to good 7a875 Hogs Selected beaVJ835as50lgood to choice packers 880 mixed packers 865aS80 common to choice heavy fat sows 576a7 light snippers 9a915 pigs 110 lbs sal less 890a915 Sheep Extra 415a 425 good to choice 335a410 Lambs Extra 710 good to choice GaT yearlings 4a5 I CONDITIONS OPTIMISTIC 1 t tReports Portend Better Trade Thus t Superficial Aspects Seema ta Warrant iii 1 New YoricR Q Dunv Jt C6V wei V iy review of trade says a Business conditions are irregular and at some points unsatisfactory and yet while falling short intToiume and minus that state pit tiupyancy that 3X isted at the beginning of the year It is better than the superficial aspect of the leading markets makds itap pear Reports from the principal trade- centra are 6t especial interest bcause in jtho main they are UetOne declaresVttat ibeiief in fair seth JJ1t In the fall ii more genuine vtA fotherreport considerable iMpmev nient notablyamong jobbere of woe ens and cottons tHrieGria quite an active wholesale Mavememt 1lIn dry goods A leading fIt1 It ttet It aori eirerr Iecr cee1 en eRT 4Iseme ss fatrrt ILaeigbbariag packet reparfajr aaka equal to a year age r 1 Pig iron predhctioi cbaUaMii to f1 rnI but the demand for ireucti and piartlcularl rYtre pip l- Oud lfuctnr materials large Prices as av rule i cnrUtuecJaallpf but the tendency Is downward The low condition report on celtoa was ono of the underlying cauBeefor 5 a further hardening of TaluM J1 rso mary cotton goods and yarn ma keU Curtailment ot productions has be ePi come drastic and also is llnlluenc lns 11 priees The demand from MiIcconverters and the manufacturing trades anticipate their wants is etlerbutJ36bbersUll bay i conservatively I ExPrttrade with the far eaaf te r slow but there isa very satisfactory ifiyi mIscellaneous business with Hsytl Manilla San Domingo Central Amer j i ftSpringteds have not been attended with any W i keen buying yet Buyers are nmaezI our In the central jnarketsVani prri 1 1ioNewslowly but New England plants are fSlrly well engaged and mamxfaqtr Jers have a considerable volume of leo serve o tracts on hand The price is SF question retards new business home Jwhat The leather market ls still a jwaiting one and business ta re trtjtea in most quarters Trade in dpaestie packer hides is less active but suM dent business is consummated to ad dt vance the markot about halt a cat on all varieties rv Business Failures New YorkBradstreetssll1J i BfeaBusiness failures for the week end ing August 4 were 166 in the Unite States against 198 last week 184 lD the like week 9M909 205 in 19Q8i5 in 1907 and 137 in 1906 I Business failures In Canada for the week number 27 which compares with 41 for the last week and 27 in the like week of 1909 Wheat including flour exports from the United States for the week end lug August 4 aggregated 1275730 bushels against 1246743 bushels last t week and 1534558 bushels his week last year For the five weeks ending fAugust 4 exports are 6323 743 bush iels against 6928289 bushels in tU correspondlpc period last year Corn for the week are Ut ilt154 bushels against 315831 bushelif last week and 58677 bushels in 1999 For the five weekS ending August 4 icorn exports are j717626 bushels against 388104 bushels last year 11What is said to beth larRMtiSia 1thetceedstract will start on the completion 01 i 300 ovens by the Bethlehem Ca and SOO more ovens will be ordered The fthewhile the maximum tonnajjjs is 2000 OUOas required by the corporation To fill the contract the coal company iV VPJ nr id to expend 51500000 oa u Us propertyS hry K ASehli i o0 tl r 1 IT 1tt1 fs1J 1 SYNOPSIS Thomas Ardmore and Henry Maine Drl1Old stumble upon Intrigue when thehJ rovernora of North and Southt ire reported to have quarreled Both states are In a turmoil over one Apple I t 1Orlaol1I cause of daughter the of North Carolina These two ladles are trying to nil the shoes of their fathers while the latter are miss Ing Unaware of each others positioneboth qrlnwold and Ardmore set 4V make theother prosecute Ardmore orr i ranJies a big hunt Qrlswoldi men capaa ture Applewcljtht Jerry Danrerllcld elac covcr 4he captlvo and leads him to Ards1 ley her oWn prisoner Qriswold and Bars t disappearLi I gold rtuses to recognIze his IIre t Jerry ravtaU the presence of AppIewplRht ot trr tlArdftley p I 4C 4 CHAPTER XV Continued iI e Theres line ot thft South Orowa 1 i llna mllidKrcriwlIng through the- J J I woods 8 tewart Jta coon creek They 1 thIwa1ppurpoeeIItB pearI best man Uo meet Cal Gilllngwa 4 drptoe estate by the north gateand to4 fbin a Xurry Tell hinv tell him I Dangerfleld Is anxious to bayemo the staff present In full uniform 4 rand ball at Ardsley tonight A Arnoro lOde fr alone toward Rae 5 I coon creek to catch a view of tbet fiaemyt How far would Grlswold go 2 Ardmore could go as f liui Otis 1oldy4 5 t he was puzzled to know 4 why friawold was In the field at all I TheserfeHectlqns Carried him far to t ward Raccoon creek and when he had 4 k reached that tortuous stream he dis oauted and tied his horse the more 4 4 f ireeljrtto exa ethetronUe By JumjiU imboUtdert boulder hfe crossed and feained 5 ithe other aide with a sense of enter t t IBCUeReHlfseountrr I am In South IJCaUIIL p HedrewoastbIa map and held It q 0 apilt t Iireejtkve better to study it c Teaawrteg tteeKbat ite own prop 4I ertyUae Mlirtxi 4 eeri1aecUons of 1 r L the feat osi the ieatk aide of the a CYatMe MIIkt1 1p WiL Zrwle OR PIJvi qtk ty LSIOWed tk Mtm psI yar riitwf q ue 1i f trrW Jt t CSIIdIM J4l1 P17 aswth j thaIhbQrbet ke re 4 t diR rU4l IfI tti- t1 i 1T 1It JO ysi4top wbikt eIo h the fo 1i U4f U i ttg f 1IiiIraM oiradewe thatrtM WMIIOILwaai wAaM 8 Iss th cylIMee a J t JJJOc 1ie r44 UIasIe4beeeek foUoaed- k t s eIy bytkeaasptag ottwl a 1 r bs y tte laB1oeat later 41t a lath ylewA e 0 la rJafatramter was reeed1ike a raittiniajBi bat ieirat HHHditakabiy f aet Ol the 7for of workrnth for ee8I8 a rough sort ot unl L IiL HlaUBda were thrust careless grayCt thM tkeceit ared atthepockete- 1Iktttasen were tara lip from a t he wore i I t ay Irtcoloftw11chwaa I sliijrMC and carried I H his mouth a- Pt O 1pewhkhe paiijedtorehIiht j wetaouta 4eeyardsfrem Ardr f i tzmafi rka a be keld the Uftf e It above MM pipe bowl for an in ra 4 gftaiit to sake sure his tobacco was f tfLkwrimi Ardaiare jumped up aBtlcey wIth tht tJlI8toloIt yew ya9 said tile U-t it Ardaky but you re in7 prie tr IrI Tie traag ode lament l rfvttkeaatchnt1ck caretullyand threw 1 u t J it aw before turning toward his T rrr Yii fce smi with perfect l t iel 11 dont fool with that t goo t aIs4lwlj ss ckaractaristio bt Ute kh toBewaa erne of amused 7 1i i1t1tIe was abort o t More1 J IMatuM ei knickerbockers t CfJ f anti Norfolk Jacket were wholly coEaoBant with 1ereo leveleLr t Teire an Iatru4eron my pr 9ero ithemaster of Ardsly ans ttwt r mIstaka you bar 0 cablnivottsr IytinberL UtIODC playinlg ItaeMe ra7 rnea1won t dor 4srL J Lrcleber t And Jae f o 1 waS elearly surprised H 1lthhlaraIs af Ji sore AiOtIssMereei in ils t JtIIr 40 v r 4Ai4 sow seatinued Ardmore i Ture4 thie end pt l- btsss41 S 1lMoraby t Appleweights a I l cz I iEw iPD ran go1a g f t ci tgMraaer tard toward th e f t ltl she oseier tIIILioWaa plai 5 r ltsi LWys4t akiOed kM shoulder I f lbTe abli to4o with the Ap iyt p4wsWad1aesare youiam ot t j a t i 1 4 J Tautethe one wbohaa jC 4 f Idpw Meers Outof my henL 4ksied4fereace just what banc h 8OIlareengaged In oiY 112 t were pkklBi up all Ute tang and 1 I I ncC alongwlth Ine J Ii ptJT8 showed sips of anger r IioL r8t tIEe IB ac1IIHJhed- f J f i 01 I t 0c J tt G 1j if fbrz1I0 r iJ fi1tJrf ir t it 1 7 s Af ll f 4 o IV t 1pao Ii i Y c 1 and he took a step toward Ardmore who Immediately threw up the revolver so that It pointed at the mans IStop Weve got old man Applewclght so yquvo lost your leader and I tell you the Jigs up Well have you all In Jail before another 24 hours has passed I Judge from the tone of your re marks that you are Ardmore the own of Ardsley Am I right You are quite right And you are member of a disreputable gang of outlaws that has been bringing shame IJpon tho state of North Carolina Now want you to march straight ahead me Step lively now And Ard more flourished the pistol menacingly March The man hesitated flung up his head defiantly then moved slowly for rd We will cross the creek right here he ordered Its a pretty Jump ere from that boulderthere that s bully Now right along there the logsee the trail Good t was warm and the captlvo was rspiring freely He moved along cilely and finding that he mani fested no Inclination to bolt Ardmore opped the revolver to his side hut with his finger on the trigger They soon reached w field where laborers were at work and Ard re called them to hhnfor instruc tionsBoys this ion of the Umber ieves put him in that corncrib un til I come back for him The nights e warm the sky is perfectly clear and you will kindly see that he does not lack for food Two of the men jumped forward and seized Ardmbrea prisoner who now broke forth In a torrent of wrath struggled vigorously Thatis right hoys thatV ea iythero Now In he1 goes rightI J 1 j I MyIA sert8 of corncribs fringed the field and Into one of these from which half thi corn had been removed the prisoner was thrust sprawling upon the yellow ears and when he rose and lung himself round the door oflthe corncrib slammed in his face He bellowed with rage now soc rflag that hIS imprisonment was a seri UkelytThey always told me you were a tool he howled put 1 didnt know that anything as crazy as you are was losei the world ITliiai k you The head of your gang is much more polite Hes sitting on his base of Chateau Bizet in my wine cellar playing solitaire Appleweight In your wine cellarl bawled the captive In astonishment CertalnlyIwu afraid to lock him In a room with bash for fear it might give him hydrophobia but he perfectly content ih the wine cellar What are ybu going to do wit him iiavnt decided yet Just what to do fith him but the scoundrel doubtedly belongs in South Carolina and I have every intention of malting this own static punish him The prisoner leaned heavily against his prisoi door and glared out upon nls jallellthazewflerc intterest tell you Ive nothing to do with the Appieweights I dont want to re veali ipy identity to you you yous beggar but I andm7 leg rights Mylle1jIIriretoried Ardmore yoo have ad legal rights for tho writ of babeas corP a doesnt go hero ro seem rather intelligent for a barn burHerMd timber thief Come now what is iypur name The ijrkbier gazed down upon ti captortmorV returBed his gaze with his bland and chiidiike air Many male had been driven to the point of mad nessby Ardmores apparent dullness The prisoner realized that he must launch a ihunaerbolt hewould die 4 Iq1i t 17 I turb a BolfposBfffisIon BO complete a tranquillity as tweet as the fading afternoonMr a dislike to do It but your amazing conduct makes It nec essary for me to leClose my Identity and the mans manner showed real embarrassmentI knew it nodded Ard more folding life arms across his chest Youre either the king of Slam or the prince of Petosky As either I salute you No roared the captive beating impotently agnlnst the door of the cage with his hands No Im the governor of Sputh Carolina This statement failed however to produce ihe slightest effect on Mr Ardmore wliPonly smiled slightly a smile less Incredulous than disdainful Oh pshaw thats nothing he replied Im thp governor of North Caro lina and mounting hIs horse he gravely lifted his hat to tho prisoner and galloped away While Mrw Ardmore was securing his prisoner In the corncrlb It may be interesting tb return for a moment to the haunted log cabin on Raccoon creek the interior of which was roughly hut comfortably furnished Above wore two small sleepingrooms and beside the bed in each stood a suitcase and a handsatchel In each room hung on convenient hooks a long black frockcoat a pair of trou sers of light cloth and a broadbrim black felt hat Coat trousers and hat were exactly alike In the room below sat a man in his shirtsleeves his feet on a cheap deal table blowing rings from a cigar He presented a picture of the greatest ease and contentment as he occasion ally stroked his short brown beard or threw up his arms and clasped his hands about his head or caught lazily at the smoke rings On the table lilY an array of playing cards and poker chipsIts too good to last forever the lone occupant reflected aloud stifling a yawn and he reached out with careless Indifference toward a bun die of newspapers tied together with a piece of twine and drew one out and spread it across his knees He yawned again as though the thought of a world whose affairs were stamped in printers ink bored him im mensely and then the bold head lines that shouted at him across half a quarter of the sheet caused him tc gasp and his feet struck the bare floor of the cabin resoundingly He now bent over the paper with the greatest eagerness muttering as hel U un Prisoner muUerlnglvout profane embellishment TWO COWARDLY GOVERNORS MISSING Scandal Affecting Two State Execu tives is the Appleweight Case Re sppnslble Rumora of Fatal Duet on State Line He read breathlessly the startlinr st017thlt followed the headlines tIenr06eand glanced anxiously at hiwatch i Am I drunk or mad I must find Osborneand get out of this He leaped to the open door and gazed into the forest from a little platform that commanded all sideH the cabip And there to his utter amazement he saw men In khakI- s emergfcg cautiously from the woods They were unmistakably soldiers of 111aome tort for an officer was giving commands am the line ppenej out Ilka a fan along iho creek Tht dbserver of this maneuver mopped hij head with his handkerchief aa hi watched the alert movements of the figures in khaki He was so absorbed that hefailec toh arBtealtht Bte satthe rear o the platform but ha was now rude lj amuedby two unifiVrmeoV youngsterh with SC K G otf their caps whc sprang Upon hind end bor him with L1crashto the puncheon floor Youro our prisoner shouted onr of them Using when he found tha the prisoner yielded without resist anceWhat fort blurted the captive sitting up and rubbing his elbow For being Bill Appleweight allat ePo1eetpet upf now and come witb us to headquarters or my Instructions are to break your head Who in the devil are you panted the prisoner Well ft Its anything to you wert the South Carolina militia so you bettor get up and climb v j TO BE CONTINUES j 0f L 1 Y r it 1 ROUND ABOUT THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY ii+ it+ + + + + + CRAVING FOR BOILED WATER Obsesses Kentucky Doctor and He Id Carries Hit Bottle With Him At a recent meeting of the Lexing ton board of health when tho subject of intestinal troubles was under dis cussion Dr J W Pryor mndo the statement that during the months of Juno July August and September ho drinks no water that has not been boll ed After the water has been boiled ho said it is poured Into gallon bot ties the stopper put lightly In and it Is set aside to cool As needed tho bottles are transferred to the refrig erator and when chilled by the ice the drink is refreshing and germfree For the past 15 years all of the wa ter that bas passed my IIp3 has been boiled said Dr J C Carrick pros dent of the board It has to bo boil ed or I could not drink it Whenever I start out on a Journey a bottle of boiled water goes into my bag I have had fellowpassengers upon seeing me take a drink from my water bottle inquire where I came from and why I carried water I have no doubt many of them thought me a little bit off in the upper story and pitied me for the burden of my precaution but I have as compensa tioij for tho little trouble it takes to boil the water good bodily and mental health and that is sufficient I recommend to my patients that they drink boiled water as I do all ot tho time If more of them would take my advice and follow my example in this matter my visits to them would be fewer KENTUCKY RACING NEXT MONTH l Lexington Is First to AsK for Dates Beginning September 19 Lexington It is very generally understood that it is planned that the season shall open here September Id Secretary Garret D Wilson said that It is the senUment of the directors of the Kentucky association that a fall meeting of six days beginning on that date be given aUhelocaltrack The rules of racing commission require that all applications for dates must be made in writing tpthe secre tary of tho commission at least 30 days prior to the first da of the prpr posed meeting It Is presumed that Louisville will follow Lexington and that the season in Kentucky will end at lAtonia some time In November 1 about the thereW1l11tealiy e oveweA itile jfrt cks in the 80Uth7b i1WlthlBo facing In New York aate after September 1 and none In Canada after October fitIs argued Wihtnk tug men of the turf here that Ken tnckys opportunity the coming fall will be the greatest in Its history JOINT REPORTS Kentucky Banks Make Good Showing of Resources Under Last Call Frankfort Secretary of State Bc L Bruner who ISRt the head of tiie banking department Issued a state ment of the condition ot the 48i state bankIng institutions and the MS1 na Kentuckycontroller of currency called for bank statements on the same date which enabled the two officials to make joint reports The 149 national banks lead the 481 state banking institutions ever 9JiOO000 In resources The total iB217 767274 PHONE GIRLS STRIKE Somerset KyAngry because a chief operator had been sent from ti home office toshowthema fe things about operating the entire force of the Galnesboro Telephone Cos local exchange went out on a strikeA days ago when officials of the company at Cookevllle Ten a sent Miss Ida Wallace an operator localhellodeciaredtheyability to the newcomer and refused to work longer They also asked I higher wages Manager Godbey and a force of line tiyIngthe strikers are expert operators they claim the sending ot the new In structqr brought upon them dire Iiu- nhiliatlon BEWILDERING STUNTS Were Performed By Daring Aviator on viiexlngton Fair Grounds LexlnstonJA D McCurdy of Toronto who Is giving daily exhi theDl1eGrasaralrgrounds thisweekand with the machine under perfect control the manbird did bewildering stunts In the air rising dipping a turning to suit his pleasure Louisville Joseph Wendling ac cuBOd of the murder of 8yearold Alma Kellner here who was captured in Ca Kornla after a 12000miIe chase Ii 01DetecUvlsJohn WhallenWendling says he is in the hands of God i Freeport PaAt the point of re yolyers Mrs Robert Hill and her daughters Kate and Rebecca were forced arIYlnthemonlng to give up money by three burglare i kti i 7P v Jt r tl rr FAIR FORMALLY OPENEQI Judges for the Classes Named The flue Grass fair formally opened at Lexington and the officials think that it was the most successful fair- erev held The Judges for the various rolloWlIDeptoughbred Horses W J Young Lex- Ington Ky Dept B Breeding Classes for Standard Bred Horses Lister WItherspoon V erepaillesC Classes for Amex le branknrsDept D Fivegaited Saddle Horses T M Wilson Cave City Ky Dept E Threegaited Saddle Horses J W Bales Richmond KyspDept F Fine Harness S Bond shDeptParis Dept KyleMiscellaneous Classes T M Wilson Dept I Classes for Shorthorn Ca- teMtl Al Judy West Lebanon Ind Dept L Classes for Shorthorn Cat McCllntock Mlllersburg Ky Dept K Classes for Jacks and Jen l1etsJ R Long Mlllcrsburg Ky Dept L Classes for shorthorn Cat lle1 A Judy Dept M Classes for Hereford Cattle M A Judy Dept N Classes for Aberdeen Angus CattleYoA Judy Dept P Classes for Jersey Cattle Prof C S Plumb Columbus O Dept Q Classes for SwineProf E S Good and Prof J J7 Hooper Lexlng ton Ky- Dept R Classes for Sheep J Hal Woodford Paris Ky FREEFORALL FIGHT Constable Tried to Collect Execution In Kentucky and Trouble Ensues London KyA telephone message from McKee Jackson county tells of an affray near Grayhawk in which four men were seriously wounded Neat Vickars a constable went to the home of J P Adkins to collect an ex e ficutlonto leave emptyhanded by Adkins and his two sons- Vickars returned with two other men The trouble was soon started again anda general fight followed in which Vlckars was shot through tho thigh and seriously afld probably fa tally stabbed In the side Adkins and his son William were both shot and dangerousy wounded and anothe son Irvine Adkins was beaten over the head with a large re volver and seriously hurt Vlckars and the old man Adkins both are possibly fatally injured ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENTS Paris Ky Herman Margolen of this city announces the engagement of his daughter Miss Esther Margolen to George Colemand Schwartz of Pur cell Okia the wedding to take place Jn thfs city the latter part of thla month M1I 1elbijrgannouncetheengage ntot Wr lii Jl JJ erijto yarn dro Grinnell qfCjitaI ana The Veidding will take place Wednesday afternoon August 16iathe home of the bride lecfs iarents In Mlllersburg Kentucky IntelKgence J flHopklnsvlligro was arrested here upon a requesta ersatCarthageLTenn dered Bob Grimes colored at that place in November 1902 LxlngtonHenry Martin clerk of the Rock Creek Baptist church in Whitley county was killed In the structure according to dispatches received here He wasshot In the back as the result of a business dispute it is said The church Is theonola- which Rev Isaac Vanever and Rev Isaac Perry recently fought during an ecclesiastical trial Vanever being killedlMt Sterling State Chairman H R Prewitt Is In receipt of a letter from John W Vreeland member ot the committeerannouncing his resignation The res ignatlon will be accepted Yreeland has served as member of the state executiye and central committees for 14 years He has accepted public of flee in Louisville and can not hold 1SomersetAt a mass meeting of the citizens of Somerset the CorblnSomer setCumberland Construction Co was organized for the purpose of securing 10eaUngrCorbin Ky to Hopkinsville Ky via Somerset and the Cumberland river Capital has been assured and tho uponIway and survey It will traverse the richest coal and timber territory In KentuckyLouisvilleTho body of a man was discovered In a vacant lot on Market street when two men saw a hand sticking out of the mud The man evidently had been dead for several days The body Is believed to be that of Charles Gels a saddlemaker who has been missing for nearly a week Coroner Duncan will hold a postmor tern examination Lexington Mrs Amanda Farris of andtfellinlolrage and broke both arms at the wrists Glasgow Tho American Onyx Co hasLun quarriesfNashville railroad It probably will be the ralddle of October according to officials before the true number of people in the United States will be revealed by the official count of the thirteenth census Offi dais say the figures will place the population at about ninety million t t1 f t C w r t f f a ly 7 f I j t p L 1 Ti gfrt The Wefthe Yei1o By Dorothy Blcunorc Copyright llIlO bi Auockied Lizcrszy rsu Just why Mrs Thompson Carding decided to usa yellow as her color sc heme at tho last of the series of idge parties she was giving is not own It may have been that It was her favorite shade it may have been that It harmonized with her costume of the afternoon or It may ve been simply because yellow ring flowers Jonquils daisies and tulips were plentiful in the florists ops in MarchrBut the very tact that she had se cted yellow Instead of any other hue In the rainbow made all the difference In the world to her faithful cook Norah Norah was a daughter of the Em erald Isle and she never lost an op portunity to go to a St Patricks ball whenever the anniversary of that good saints birth rolled around And In all the five years that she had been in the country she had never failed to dance the opening waltz with big Pat Deasy from her own County CorkNorahs mistress had chosen the afternoon of St Patricks day for her bridge party and when the last guest had gone and Mrs Cardingers duo ties aa hostess were over she stepped into the kitchen to give a word of praise to her cook for the extra effort she had made to have the pastries and coffee toothsome and dainty And Norah 1 want you to wear a bunch of those lovely jonquils to your ball tonight They will add much to your appearance Also you may serve dinner at 630 Instead of seven so as to be In plenty of time she said good naturjedly Norah eang over her cook stove and when dinner was over she mounted the stairs to her room to dress in her nest frock And in her hand she r yYZ1sr 3 24 I2AP l carried a bunch of the lovely yellow owers her mistress bad given her She pinned t1emthls way and that nd It was not without a thought aa to how Pat would like them best that she finally arranged them in her belt pinned there by a shamrock Pat himself had given herytlje year before Onherway uptown to the ball Norah stopped to call for her chum Katie Malone who was maidofall blOckADKatie my darllnV she said to the girt Their tongues wagged busily as they climbed the stairs to the etc road In great haste lest they lss eVen ono strain of the fiddlers music Their hearts were beating quickly in anticipation of the eve flings pleasure for Katie too had a son of Erin who awaited her coming with anxious eyes it was not the custom In their set to be called for by their beauxIt was a waste of time and the dancing and the escort importantthingsBright lights streamed from each of the great ballroom windows aa the girls approached the building where the Irish ball was an annual social function They entered the cloak room to dispose of their outer gar ments Just aa the orchestra inside beV gan an introductory number Flushed and smiling Norah and her chum made their appearance In the wide doqrway of the ballroom to scan the assembled crowd for familiar faces No sooner had they stepped onto the shining floor than they were pounced upon by half a dozen strange young men who demanded by what Completion of the Harbor Works Gives Rumania an Important Black Sea Terminal The completion of the new harbor works at Constanza gives Rumania a new and Important terminal and port on the Black sea especially adapted for the export of the principal prod ucts of the country grain and petroleum The equipment of the harbor demand especial attention as being wholly modern and complete The huge storehouses for grain are of the greatest interest since they have a capacity of more than 150000 000 pounds 2600000 bushels and with thl exception of the old Ruman- Ian government warehouse at Galatz and Braila they are claimed to be the largest on the continent An examination the extensive arrangements for receiving weighing storing and shipping tleh grain will give an Idea of the tremendous quantity which is brought from the interior iJ ii 1 JwJ w p right they came to St Patricks ball wearing the colors of the Orangeman rAnd without further ceremony th beloved bouquets were torn from ta belts of the two girls and trampled iunder foot by the young Irishmen Norah had been Innocent of the breech of etiquette she was making in wearing the flowers and bercbuspL had been aa guiltless of error Now1 as they retired to the dressing room J ed faced and not knowing whether to be angry or merry they looked at each other and brpke into laughter Faith and I neve thought of itac all at nil Katie said Novak adjusting her disarranged belt Tni f3 sorry IWas so generous with my bon quet Itr Its nothing at allw retorted Katie J but I saw Pat Deasy and Michael t OFlanagin standing on the other side lof the room takln In the whole thing lli5 Its mad they are or Im not Katie Malone this night i d Now Pat Deasy though yell tar yf vored in the eyes of Norah was not J i her only admirer and she had seern the time when his blue eyes flashed tiat the presence of another young jfman In her spotless kitchen Perr lhaps the thought nowho thinks E ham after getting the flowers from Tom c L At least whether the two swains 1took the wearing of the yellow flow 3era asa personal insult or whether t rt they had other reasons for jfinorltsr their hitherto adored ones Norah t and Katie heard the P nt ntngtJalna ffl ftjof Come Back to Erin wafted from I the orchestra without noticing thefr I j approach of their usual partners tifNever long alone Ht a bait Norabi was soon whirling aboutthe room in the arms of anotb r And ililaughwitty blarney her partner1 whispered tIn her ear she was conscious of no iother man in the room She waipossessed of the Inherent irtahqualiIty of being all things to all peopled f for the time being v y Th ball waxed merry and waltzes tand jigs and twosteps and barn OIfJ r dances were called off one after an ef2oughtdid not know that his eyesfollowed iiI ttIher through every turn at the dance5 f i J If as he belieyed she had deliberatf5 f 1rJly worn flowers aid owera l j at th taet her by liii hated rivaL v she nust Indeed have fermjottieaaU JM r v t atlie believed had heey hetweeBi fthem t 1rr6tyJ It was late ItJIe eT alaiuYba c Irish reel was psepaeed iaa itlfiiepi tra etruelirTiiic jcv wk1ckthr fJf1Ae11140 I 4 elfJ ac lsbed bhuo IBOJcIa It 1k egyjshe cj M not let It sieevisthat all w1ao passed might MZt J J tIa 1tr i cdaturakeiU eoiAldise tM ifore riaay mpsBeafsVBba KWK elMp ahand with Pat IIeU7 and 1Hirt f thumped exctedlj at1 the prospect fIWould he irecojBBjie her Would l1e press her fln Sever Jo slightly r i It was her turn and she patl ker tYeslttodetached the green shamrock plB i j c from hereltaadwiieu1utsl1eaet i f Pat in the dance slipped it Into fate palm Across the petals was writtett In gilt letters Come Backto ErIer t When the reel was vera the dancers stood about the refreshment t fL table or sat1n cool corners Put sought out Norah the message of the pin beei too much for him to i E resist And1perhaps after all he PI had been mistaken tT Norah is it sit over be weenuri 1he asked his color rising to the roots f t j of his wellbrushed black hair An why shOuld it be asked tlif 1 girl saucily Sure you wore the yellow flowers I tTomto youto spite user he3ked 5 Ita a silly Mick You are PatT J r 1besldehe 4etlady who gave them to me oSt her own table to wear to the ball to 5i1 charm you with ObPaU C i fNOifthfore another St Patricks ball should 1 t take place But so busy were they in their own affairs that they dIe not see Katie and her beau deciding the same thing in the other end of the elevated coach mNew Port of Constanza TTT c ii1wso r J q tot the country It haToeen onlyIvy ibr h tstalling the latest types of mach1rery operated Jby electric power that it has been found possible to transfer simultaneously 1200000 pounds of grain 200000 bushels from the rail i 3 way cars lace the storehouse 600009 pounds 100000 bushels directly Into it a vessel and another 1200000 pounds 200000 bushels from a steamer toSa warehouse in a single hour aa isa now done at Constanza Cassier Magazine A c r W 4Justified iitheYou meant tOdOhfm bOUY I iAYesl Why v ii Because he handed me a pamphlet A entitled How to Live Well on Sevee fCents a Day 111 iDischarged i Av W t f f 3 rJ r 4 t 4 S t 1 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK PUBLISHED WEEKLY OWINGSVILLE KY Entered according to Act of Ky IJnimatter TIlE OUTLOOKS subscription rates are as follows One year One Dollar Six months Sixty Cents Three months Thirtyfive Cents No commissions allowed any r body on subscriptions s Subscribers desiring a change 11 of address should givj previous address when writing i Correspondents should always ti et their items to us not later r tlh Monday if possible when out of stationery mention it on a f separate slip of paper News matter of generala interS 1estis welcomed bring it delay if you wish it in I 1 serted Advertisers wishing a ch or discontinuance of adshould ir inform us the week previous to publication day r L Address communications to JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville I rKyiii I THURSDAY AUG 11 19- 10iL ANNOUNCEMENTS are authorized to announcer y I J Fields of Carter county c z1 as a candidate for Congress in t the Ninth district of Kentucky 4 subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party ir I JOHN D ROCKEFELLERS phy- sician told him he must take baths daily in whisky Now if t h p bath is internal John D will hay the time of his life il JAMES B MCCREARY is a can J didate for the Democratic nomi nation for Governor of Kentucky The question is whether or not I Mr McCreary can come back THE Insurgents dominated the Iowa Republican convention under Senators Cum- mins and Dolliver and the plat form declared the PayneAldrich tariff law a failure v UNCLE Jo CANNON did more 4 executioriat the breech than at the MMuate in ha Kansas cam fe i PTbe Insurgents nomina fe ted Gov Stubl u nfrin auction Mild tixf out ss Lmf3inthe nes Tzr I y jwuoaryttek was w defe + jlast I week the Rep Hbtolt Ilug Democrat tIumiji5 Mrupport of the winning ticket Brohibi 1r tibnism hssplit the Democratic party in Tennessee wide open THE American Tobacco Co commonly known as the Tobacc Trust has declared another quar S terly dividend of 2per cent 11Ithe common stock That is at the rate of forty per cent a year on an immense capitalization that is alleged to of wa r Findihtmon yin the bipr road it GOOD ADVICE The American jSTobacco Trust recently declared I a regular quarterly dividend o- f2ipercentaI am extra dividend i per cent ten percent for one quarter on a vastly inflated capitalization These are facts appeal to a mans sense of justice They arouse sympathy In for the c tt embattted farmers of Kentucky who have been carrying on a lon g 4deperate contest with thi gjggregaton of capitaL f Tboreneveias ben any dout as totheiynyofthepeop1 of the State with planterS whoxhve been made the of organized But a t therVery inception of this move- ment151 violence marked it I course in rnaiy counties and thi I violence chills public sympathy and weakens the case of the farm ers strengthens the power of s the us those inftu 4jI 1 encee that the planters need uni tedly back of them- TheiEvenTrigPost is in earnest sympathy with every movement for securing fofc the farmers bet ter rewards Jdr their toil For many years tkc Amexican farmer Wall tNworstpaid laborer on thejBoMwwnt ThfeiideltMturn ed but pros rity liis i not yi ieSthefield twelve months of the treara4 Today the great enemy of the 4 farmerof Kentuckyis the night i rider the conspirators who seek 4 f through violence and intimida tion through incendiarism and Atf carry outtheir finan ciatendsor to puiiish their pe t sohal enemies It will not suf ficefortobeoasaociationsto de noun e with mere phrasemorig erinfr deeds ofviblencetheymust 1give force to their denunciation they must give effect to their 4 Sphrases tyey must bring to jus men who tare trampling theStateupdefthQir1ji5 d Jt t tr 3yjJFf k r fcJ r Ift 4 ttJTff J rtfIiIf 1r I f ij t I a t1P + i f i 1 w1 tjor r J iSf JS4ddItJ ii 1 p 1l 1I I i tt i id r 0 feet making a mockery of the civil power and checking the growth of sympathy for the to bacco growers Louisville Post The Posts advice is good as far as it goes but it might go farther and say also that abuse condemnation and derision are not the proper methods to win growers to the pool Peoples right to stay out of the OrlrnmZ3 t tion is incontestible and likewise their right when doing so to be treated respectfully Furthermore as long as the society pays such excessive salaries and en gages in politics it will repel a large class of growers who while believing in the pool prefer to keep their freedom and be skin ned by the Trust to being mis treated financially and politically by an organization of which they are members CORRESPONDENCE Pobblo Rev Harrison filled the pulpit here Sunday to a good audience We have had some light show ncedingIrainJoseph lllinI ois visited relativesfere weekreturning home Monday Leslie Stephens has typhoid fe ver but is doing nicely Mrs Royse of Mt Sterling came Saturday to visit her daugh ter Mrs Hiram Stephens Silas Clay and familyof Moore field visited J E Stewart Sat urday and James Stephens Sun day and Monday Moores Ferry Stanley Thomas of Farmersi and Sydney Alfrey of Cogswell spent Saturday night with their uncle G B Myers Elder Cab rt Cassity preached wase tle son Paul John Otis sold Sam Lathram a cow for 3483 and one steer to Dick lies for 25 Sam 3aird ofBethel spent a night list week with his father inlaw Jonathan Cassity 1Several from here attended an icecream supper at Colfax Sat urday night John Mead wife and son Sam uel of Boyd county came Sun dayto visit Mrs Meads mother Mrs WB Ford John Otis is on the sick list Odessa The school elections iiere Sat urday were S arneJ CTztS elected trustee in the lower district and A T Jones in the tipper district M A Garner weighed two fat cows to Omar Willaon Tuesday atc TL Darn ll weighed 9 fat heifers to same at4c Mrs J B Lindsey visited at Geo A Peeds one night last week as the guest of Mrs Lizzie Deitrich Elder B F Parker preached at the schoolhouse here Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night Misses Florence Frances and Rebecca Jones and Wm Bartlett of Nicholas county Misses Oddie Power arid Annie Bailey of Ow ingsville were the guests of Lucy Vanlandingham and Mr and Mrs Frank Jones Sunday Slate Valley We had a nice shower Sunday Several from here attended the campmeeting Sunday Sam Jones and family of Lick ing Valley attended meeting here Sunday isButler Toy and wife visited the JonesletThomas Toy of Flat Creek was the guest of Sam Shultz and wife Saturday night and Sunday daughIStef the family of Chris Garner one day last weekIThe dry weather has hurt the Scorn and tobacco crops Mrs Maria Stamper is very poorly Misses Elva and Hannah Coyle visited their sister Mrs Dee Rudder last week Stoops tThehaycrop has been har Many farmers here have de dared their intention of raising no more wheat The tobacco prospects are not improving very fast R E Tipton was in Madison county last week- r George and Erastus Carter are here from Jacksonville Illinois Mrs Hattie Ramsey and child ren of Indianapolis are visiting relatives in this county Bigstaff Cockrell weighed up 85 head of cattleaveraging 1458 pounds to C C McDonald at 7c per pound 4S 7 fIlil 1 ti c I ff HFt 45 I I 1 ct Ever with McCreary in the nce Louisvilles candidate fyr Governor will still be a Head oMrsfuneral of Pete Goodan at Ow inKsville Fridayi CMissesJ L Young and wife visited the family of T J Carr at Mt Ster ling Thursday acres of tobacco in Mont agomerydoped and it looks like good again with not much to sell Lee Young and wife visited rel atives near Owingsville Sunday Bert Sanders and wife went Sunday to visit relatives in Bour bon county Thos Warner and wife visited the family cf J T Morgan at Mt Sterling Sunday Miss Margaret of near Flemingsburg is visiting rela tives here IOlymPia our pro tracted meeting at the Christian Church next Saturday and Sun- dayMrs Clay Shultz is seriously ill Misses Naomi Clark and Grace Lemaster are visiting relatives at Winchester Mrs J K Jackson visited her sister Mrs Jas A Barnes in Ow ingsville Saturday Mrs Stone Shultz returned home Monday after a twoweeks visit here Clcll Coyle and wife of Roes Run visited her mother Mrs J P Copher Saturday Roy Jackson of Salt Lick was here Sunday Mrs Clark Shultzof Pond Lick was the guest of her mother Mrs Martha Shultz Saturday J L Gray of Olive Hill visited home folks here last week Mrs James Hovermale of Menifee county is visiting her father W W Penix this week Upper Llcklnc Valley Rev Jeff Johnson filled his ap pointment here Saturday night and Sunday Mrs John Will Stamper has been very poorly for some time and seems to be getting no bet ter Crops are looking very badly ii this section Mrs Lafe Norris has been quite sick the past weecILewis sort of W HJLej is has been sicTcVut is belter Mrs James Piersall5 who had visited her niece Mrs GD Nor ris the past week returned to her home at Yale Sunday Mrs Pier sail is in very poor health Married Sunday morning Au gust 1 at the Christian Church at this place Miss Hattie Fan ning and Henry Clay Eilem of Farmers The bride is the pretty and only daughter of Bryant Fanning and has many friends who wish them a happy and pros porous life Salt Lick Mrs Press Jackson of Olive Hill and sister of Ashland vis sited their mother last week- A B Moore is threatened with feverJudge Kimbrell ws at Cave Run on business Tuesday Work on the new Licking Val ley railroad is progressing rapidly New men and teams are going on the works every day It always helps to advertise one way or the other one helps up and the other helps down Public sale day here last Sat urday was a decided success Sev eral people from a distance were here Harvey Alfrey and brother of Rowan county were here Saturday Attorney B S Wilsonof More head attended Police Court here SaturdayJo of Cave Run has bought the Ragland farm When a man has nothing else in his pocket he is expected to pocket insults Mrs Amanda Davis is attend ing the Lexington fair this week There are people who will buy anything on sight if they are al lowed to pay for it on time Salt Lick crossed bats wjth the West Liberty nine Saturday 6 to 2 in favor of Salt Lick Man is the martyr of his own aspirationsJudge cleaned uphis docket Saturday disposed of s case that had passed four Courts Our sidewalks are still in need of repair with money in the treasuryWaiting for damage suits we suppose Charley Williams is attending the Lexington fair this week Mrs Jeff Highley and two daughters are visiting her daugh ter at Levee Bourbon county t i 4 i lTtf Z 7 rOkla Rain is needed badly- J W Grain three hO 3 f IiMrnSherman of Fleming county visI ted her grandmother Mrs Eliza ram one day lastweektJames Riddle of upper White Oak visited Alpheus Vice Sun o day The infant son of Tom Reed 30I Sunday August 7 Further notice next weekMrs J L Davis and Miss Anna Davis of Colfax visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday L G Rigdon and wife of Grange City were guests of Al pheus Vice and family Sunday Crooks Sam Lathram shipped a car load of cattle to Cincinnati last WednesdayWillson Hendrix shipped a doubledeck carload of lambs to the Eastern market Friday Wesley Blevins and wife and John Blevins and wife visited relatives at Stepstone Sunday Mrs Parson Nixon of Owings ville visited Will Nixon and fam ThursdayMrs Piersall of Clark county is visiting relatives here Mrs John McGlothlin and b by of Clark county are visitin relatives here Mrs Lucy Hart of Olympia is visiting her sister Mrs Perry Shultz and other relatives here Will Carmichael of Spencer visited here Saturday Mrs Havens of Menifee coun ty1is visiting her daughter Mrs Tom Crouch John Cassity and wife of Yale visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday At the school election Saturday at the Valley Leonard McNab was elected trustee Wilso Williamson was elected trustee for the Preston district Miss Mary L Carter is quite sick Perry Shultz and wife visited relatives on Peeled Oak Sunday Stepstono Mrs Joe Ray has been very sick p IiArthur Karrickand Dallas ley of Winchester visited friend here last week Lee Wilson otOdesa visited J M Steele and Wife laJ weel c J Mrs Martha Alexander wh had been visiting her sister in Mt Sterling has returnedhomer Miss Grace ingsville is visiting Miss Kate Moxley Mrs Sudie Jones was called Sunday to the bedside of her daughter Mrs Frank Young at Owingsville Jas Carmichael and sister Miss Dallas spent Saturday and Sun day with their grandparents Mr and Mrs Mart Sexton LispentClyde Brown We are glad to say that Mis Mary Lyle is able to sit up now Chester Conner and his sisters Misses Lzie and Stella are vis iting friends in Clark county John Blevins and wife and El der Wesley Blevins of Olympia spent Saturday and Sunday with H D Blevins and family LewIs Staton and Miss Melissa Carpenter eloped to Ironton 0 Sunday night were married The bride is a daughter of N J Carpenter and is a charming young lady The groom is an in dustrious young man We wish them a long and happy life Little Miss Callie Fowler of Salt Well visited Mrs Newton Carpenter last week Elder Cleveland Carpenter i visiting friends at Salt Lick thi weekOn Sunday afternoon Aug 7t the Stepstone and Salt Well base ball teams met on the Salt Well field and an enthusiastic game was played the result of which was 10 to 3 in favor of Salt Well Only 5 innings were played durI ing three of which Stepstone did not make second base The mam feature was the fine pitching by J R Carpenter who delivered six balls to a Stepstone batter 3 balls and 3 batter striking at none of them I lUpper Prickly Ash Mrs Will Steele of Flat Rock came last week to visit her par Lents John Hunt and wife She was very sickafter she came Mrs Iva Hamilton spent Fri day with Mrs Annie Nixon ill OwingsvilleWm and daughter Mfss Kate of Little Flat visited Daniel Harper Sunday Quite a lot of folks from here attended church at Slate Valley Sunday- i t h w Th tot Walter Hamilton and wife 01 neal Winchester Alfrecl Moore and family of near Mt terlirg nd John J Coyle and fanily of lower Prickly Ash werjb guests f Willie Hamilton and Vife Sun day Mrs W W Clark and daugh er Mrs Ashley Bristow of Flat 3hroutfF Tackett and family Monday of last week Miss Etlie Tackett spent last week in Owingsville nursing Mrs Nellie Maxey who fever I Thomas B Hamilton of near Mt Sterling visited H A Xtfter and wife Sunday Mrs Elizabeth Stone accompanied by Mrs Wm Phelps of near Reynoldsville visited Al manza Stone and wife near low er Slate bridge on Tuesday of last week Mrs Fannie Hamilton H A Lyter and wife R L Stone ant wife visited E S Hamilton and family on Roes Run Wednesday of last week H A Lyter and wife Mrs Hamilton and Mrs Emma Stone accompanied by E S Hamilton and wife spent last Thursday with Almanza Stone and wife near lower Slate bridge Mrs Hamilton will stay a few weeks on Roes Run The Death Angel has again vis ited our community and taken away Norman the little son of 8gnight of cholera infantum He was sick about ten days No one knows what he suffered Norman had always been a bright and healthy baby and was a great pet in the family and will be sadly missed in the home God giveth and He takethaway Jesus said Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the Kingdom of Heav en The burial was made in the Bailey burying ground Sunday afternoon The parents have the sympathy of the community- n in their bereavemcnt TENDERFOOT AT PoKERPoor Pat Sheedy said a sporting man used to entertain me when visited his art shop with gamb ling tales There was one tale about sandwich that I rather liked I seems according to this tale that a barkeeper in Tombstone p r Dead Cat or some other such town connived with three sharp helpanytenderfootthatIs ker game among that crew One night the tenderest tenderfoot imaginable after a hal 1irdthrk3iii tha Unagetr oto take a hand in a dollarlimit game Things went along in theusi ual way for awhile then an amI azing series of nods and winks began to pass about The bar tender had signaled that the ten derfoot had four kings on th draw There were more nods anc winks and betting began In the midst of the betting waiter brought sandwiches and whisky in order to distract the tenderfoot and while the poor dupe was tossing off his drink the sharper next to him slipped sixth card on to his hand thus of course nullifyingit The unconscious tenderfoots took up a huge sandwich bit off a large mouthful and began to bet again Right and left of course they raised him He ate on and bet away calmly An enormous sum lay on the table Then suddenly the bartend er resumed his nods andwinks He was terribly excited Something was wrong The sharpers a little anxious called the ten derfoot The tenderfoot finished the last bite of his sandwich took a long drink of whisky and laid down his original five cards Then in silence he gathered ir his vast pile of winnings with a cool nod took his leave After his departure there was U terrific time 4What the dickens did he dos with that sixth cardl the sharps ers cried I Didnt you see cried the bartender dancing up and down with rage He ate with his sandwich GOOD JUST THE SAME A sjl or had just shown a lady over the ship In thanking him she said I am sorry to see by the rules that tips are forbidden on your shipLor bless you maam re oiled the sailor so were apples in the Garden of EdenEverybodys A STITCH IN TIME Dorothy was visiting her grandparentsin the country for the first time- Seeing quantity ofieathers scattered about the henyard she shook her head in disapproval Grandpa she said gravely you really ought to do some to keep your chickens from wearing out so The Government report says there will be more corn produced this year than last owing to the increased acreage though the condition is several points lower l ojf J J 4r u I t V 4 r f l 1 p i i NEWSPAPERS IN TROUBLED I Special agents of the postoffice department are traveling around over the country dropping into newspaper offices whenl least ex pected to examine subscription lists to ascertain if the regulation requiring payment of subscriptions IS being observed Several Iowa newspapers have been in trouble and here is a case told by the Desmoines Capital tbecausequires He will have to explain to the government officials why he has not compalled his subscribers to pay up according to the postal rules It seems a little tough that country editors have to be haul ed up before the government under the charge of violating federal aws just because they do not eternally keep dunning their subscribers for the small sums they owe on subscriptions but it is like the end of the world no one knows when it Cometh and no editor knows what day an inspector may pop in and ask to see his list And if too many subscribers are behind on their paper it means trouble with the government It puts an editor in such shape that he is compelled to force his collections unless he has an unusual prompt paying list of subscribers The Bee a newspaper published at Jefferson has been jerked up This is what the editor says about it r liThe Bee this morning received its first official summons from the postoffice department to conform with the ruling which requires t subscribers to keep their subscriptions paid up We can no longer f 1 send the paper to delinquents no matter how willing we may be to accommodate them sometimes question the right of Uncle sayIwrong we must conform to the regulation It will distress us great ly to cut off a lot of good and long time patrons who we know in tend to pay but are careless about the matter and if such really want the Bee we know they will come to our assistance and relieve us of this embarassment It is very dangerous business for a newspaper man to send pa pers to subscribers who are more than twelve months in arrears To be deprived of the secondclass mailing privilege which is the penalty for noncompliance with the rulings puts a newspaper out of business for the expense of putting a onecent stamp on every paper mailed amounts to much more than the profits on the entire subscription business to say nothing of the increased amount of la bor which would be required in affixing the stamps Publishers Auxiliary THE TAX ON One of the French Things ThatSALTI Hoforo tho French government established warehouses ntIwhich the Inhabitant were to purchase their Mures of milt warehouses were numerous In sonic provinces and few la other hut whether suUkIcut or liiRiilUcIinl fur the needs of the imputation thy wt ro often situated at a considerable dis tance from the towns and village whose Inhabitants liiid to trudge miles along bUll roads to buy tblr unit IIIffatuity must lily In his njork ot salt nor at such times as might suIt his own convenience hut on one stated day n obtfined If bo purchased a smaller quan tlty than the law prescribed Rlsbnrdltblplldldoot stop even theiSt On making hlH nnnual pnrchane bo hail to ptato tho different purpose for which bo Intended to use too salt during the ensuing yttir and In tho cent of his being discovered Kilting IorklllIrdIPitfIs flonp offiIidnyjbad named he was also liable to a Unp Ills kitchen was never wure tIoIl1TbeJutrllldonf the lnsjectlnfr housewife who wan detected la any petty infraction of tnlslnw WONDERFUL ROCK GARDEN ILan lnslnOlIIdnetlou of the Matterburn ou a sonle uf about turn atrcrt crpu tliuusmnl tons of llmoHloiic wan brought lana Yorkshire to1 make ie The snow capiml peak In represent ed by piartz Below It nfp thousands upon thousands of alpine flowers grow lug In ixxUets between time rods and tilling every chink in the trolls thnt ascend the tuuuutalu There must be SOOtllfferent sincles In bloom nt once At the base of the mountain says Country Life In America Is n minia ture Swiss chalet where one may sit ant enjoy tie scene comparing nil tho maIn features with it little bronze mod el of the Matternhora which Sir KrnnK had made for the entertnlnnient of his guests A brook courses down the mountain side nod Just before it reaches the chnlctlt forms a pretty cascade and then spreads out at your feet Into a miniature lake decoratod with pygmy water lilies Dull richly margined with pinks primroses gun IlowensLiA Good Laugh Is Good For the Health Look at the laugh in whatsoever light you will whether you Sloe it as the deliverer from till bondage to out grown notions a schoolmaster with the sharp switch of ridicule to teach us manners nu apostle of democracy PrO- claiming that we mire all of the edmo clay made of it and to return to it but every lump of it holding sowu sparkle of the dIvine tire and woe betide the mann that tries to make us think that he is of different stuff Loot at tbu laugh 1 say In any light you choose nod you will sec that It Is nut so much the downfall and confusion of the laughed at that makes us happy that juggles our waistbands and sends the baha spoutlug out that pumps tho blood along the sluggish veins massaging this interior works and re- placIng the shopworn stock of air with a new couslgnuieut as it is the sud den sharp intense realization of our personal wrUlJclulrEuluc Wood lu Success Magazine Actions Speak Louder Than Words The Sunday school class was sing lug I Want to Be an Angel Why dont you slug louder Hobby Im singing lond as I feel explained DoblyiellnqtirNot Percy Skills is a spOMge a perfect sponge 510h no When n sponge almprbs inything by squeezing it you pan get It again Detroit Free Press Self is the Hrst object of charity LAtin Proverb i rjp 1i lr 1 fi1 z l tktV Jdw r Notice OUifFY aisffi Now is the time of year ojltyour fowls a good tonic R41144cu- res Cholera Roup Gapes Lim berneck and Canker Whenfed keepsthemlay Price 50cno cure no paY j Guaranteed by S D THOMPSON Co Owingsville Ky it under the guarantee tAsk for booklet on diseaiea of I poultry 466 LIGHT YOUR HOME WITH THE DAYTONIA Acetylene Oas Generator better safer and cheaper than kerosene gasoline or coal gas nearest approach to sunlight most caii I 4 easily and accurately distil guished Well and Cistern Pumps pipe fittings the Perry pneu matic water system and plumb inggoods v Oscar Palmer c Owingsville Ky Why Not SS Read r Ji The J CourierJournal T t 1 k HENRY WATTERSON EDITORS Jtl f tWECAN h THE OUTLOOK J tcAND TH- EWEEKLY t i i Courier Journal t r FOR S16O jWenation rate with Daily or 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