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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i tr p 1L d ioV j r I vj trI1 iti I ti d M L y J r 4 f m4- Jfr OF r I iS 4 f jIf 4 4I p k r tf1 J r p t J minonill 1 II r i t l t i ff tf + iff 7Z lIJVVOL XXXII OWINGSVILLE IENTUCKTHURSDAY AUGUST 25 1910 J rBfi fb Q girl baby was born to hSJ Boaz Aug 14 Suitcase near Salt Lick Leave at Kimbrells shop Mound City paints wear longest and look best T M PERRY Co a After a week of roasting tem j 4 perature it became pleasant Sun I day The last examination of public b herelaStMens womens and childrens a sUppers at reduced prices at L D Brothers cash store 14c Cut prices on mens and boys 1 4 clothing at L D Brothers cash store 3tf Wm Manley has bought of v Jas 8 Clarke his 140acre farmI at Bald Eagle at 185 per acre I have a thoroughbred South down buck for sale or exchange I JOHN W HONAKER Ii Good rains fell here Thursday I TheyvereJielp I Jas Cartmill being unable to Sgive 500 bond is in jail at Mt IStrHng on the charge of offering six1 of Thos Powers catEtie Correspondents must give only news notices of deaths Long obituaries and verses will cost 5c alineoffive average words eachu PROTRACTED MEETING Prof I Calhoun of the Bible College 1WImeeting at the Christian Church Iondaynight August 29 SMALL PROFITS FOR CASH With small profit and large voleume I can save you oh an avera i age ten per cent each your grocery bill Try me under I the new cash system 4jtf R CLYDE BYRON iz BALLOoTKLLEDCaptaIfle 4S T =U agoiedchived by the bursting of his blbat a height of 200 fe Mt Vernon IixL His home was iaLoukyffle 1 u BORNEO TO DEATH Miss Mar gole Wallace of l xaSwhof was visiting her aunt Mrs Geo W JMcCprmick of Peeled Oak was b iraBd to death Monday by hherclothingcatching from a gasolin flatiron She recently visited Mrs Alex Conner 4 CORRESPONDENTS WANTED THE OUTLOOK would like to have a pmdentatth following 0b etha wouldsend in the f news reasonable regularity and leave out mere visits inside 4 the county Sharpsburg Upper Flat Creek- SS thel Sherburne saddlezual and in perfect condition work anywhere lady broke Can be Iaecuany diy atG W Grains Stable at Sh rlurxe J have lo c Seated itf Ohio and will not keep a horse Hence this sale Addres d JlL Hi MORGAN M D Manchester Oho p I FARMER INSTITUTE Samuel Patrick of uisvillewasbere taatweek to prepare for holding- the Bath County Farmers In hereondayandand 30 The program which is C published in this issue promises give farmers instruction jn 1 im rtanfrroatters of farming4 4ieretofore the iritete5tin thep 0Seeiofl8 of the Institute has beenp Lsoilmallthatveryfew hve at r tended heState goes to much expenae iflthis matter and the farmers should attendand see tberwhotth Institute is 4 worth while It may be more iMe7dl to them than taeyhav suspected 1 I READ THi8 Notice No 2Iiw toRClydeByronmy jrie and a prompt settlement44ic of acco int is requested and 7 1V in order t6 wind up the old busi I knempeaeeclland settle at once dII all past favors ThOMPSONjvbought out my c dTbmpsO Come inand tt settle your account and try me uftder the new cash system just1 adapted uby a concentration of operating force and reduction of profits I expect to make it to ur interest tQtspend yourcash withs lie R CLYDE BYRON F ccjIfJ tiQ1 2 H t r J f 0 jitr 4 1h ijOr JrJ lt i L1iJt fIt0 l i I 46JtJ ft tj t5 f 54fl PERSONAL Mrs Frank Young is convales cent of fever W H Daugherty was in Mt Sterling Friday Mrs J R Maxey is able to be up town again Mrs Eugene Minihan went to Cincinnati last week Mrs Oil Sncdegar is not improving any of fever j Mrs Burl Kincaid has been se riously ill the past week Emmet Fratman of Mt Ster ling is visiting relatives here J B Goodpaster and wife returned Tuesday from Atlantic CityRev R A Walton came in from his evangelizing in Texas SaturdayMrs A Whitcomb of Win chester is visiting Jas A Barnes and wife Mrs Ida Elliott is visiting her daughter Mrs Hurst Gee at GraysonSMiss Jennie Norvell of Car- lisle is visiting Miss Eva McKin ivan this week Mrs Howard Wilkerson of Lexington is visiting Mrs Rog r AmmermanJ and wife will go soon to visit atCynthiana and Millersburg MisS Alice Miller returned Sat nlay from a visit at Lexington and Lawrenceburg- Miss Julia Maury and Mrs Johnston of Louisville are with H C Gudgell Mrs Tuttle of Winchester came last week to visit herdaugh ter Mrs H C Martip James Gillon was sick for sev ral days the past week but was ble to be at store Tuesday daughtervisited attended the G A R last week Mrs Alice Dawson has return dfrorn a visit to her son Rev ErDWt4MtSterlingEmil here the past week His rother John returned home with him Mrs Ben Prewitt and little son of Fayette county visited her sister Mrs HC Gudgell last week V- rx R H Warren of Cincinnati was the guest of Miss Eva Mc Kinivan from Thursday until Saturday f MrsWm Hart went Sunday to visit her daughter Mrs W L Dale of Mortonsville Woodford countyMiss Mattie Ewing and Mrs 0 B Brother and son John W returned Thursday from a trip to CincinnatiElijah of Wyoming is working in Grover Phelos barber familyhereJohn Scott and wife of Mt Sterling came over last week to visit the formers parents Henr Scott and wife Eleanor Conner remains ill of fever Her sister Dorothy is about well not having had fever as was at first feared Miss Bessie Duff of Belfast Va and Mrs Samuel Witt of Bourbon county were guests of the family of their cousin Robt E DuftSundayRev McCarthy of Mt Sterling visited John R Salmons and family this week He was HighlandLexingtonhasbeen interest of the Knights of the Maccabees of which order he is State Deputy Commander Clifton Ammerman of Chica go and E Ai Bashford and family of PeebleSj Ot who came to attend the funeral of little Wm Stanley Ammerman nave re turned home W Tl Jones of near Millers burg came up Saturday to visit his brothersinlaw Wmand John bringhomebeen visiting them Judge A N Crooks and fami ly are removing to rooms at the Owings House this week Sena tor John L Vice and family of Wyoming are removing to the house vacated by Judge Crooks Ford Patterson returned Thurs from a trip to New York City Mrs Patterson returned the same day from a visit to her mother Mrs AlicePerry in Mt Sterling accompanied by the latter i l o4 r iifnj1r 0 Miss Helen Jackson left the latter part of last week for Cincinnati She will remain several weeks in the city and will then go to Richmond Ky where she has a position as trimmer in a millinery store Miss Edna Byron entertained SpringsfromElla Bell Conwayof Owingsville Misses Hazel Wellman of Cat lettsburg and Paulina Judy of Mt Sterling Mrs Annie Coyle remains ill of fever Her brother Walter Allen has fever at the same place the home ofMrs Martha Allen on Slate Avenue Her other brother Thomas Allen on Ceme tery street is able to be up and around home- OBITuARYLittle Hester K Maddox fell asleep to awake with Jesus on August 14 after a few days of suffering All was done for her that loving hands could do but God wanted little Hester and He called her home to be with her father Elmer Maddox who Seceded her to glory six weeks are over and she sleeps that sweet and peaceful sleep of the redeemed in Christ until he comes and gathers his saints home to be with him through all eternity Dear mother weep not for little Hester you know where to find her This is only a dressing room for eternity and we oQght to praise God when he sees fit to call one of ourlittle ones home for we know we can join them if we only live true to God Little Hester was born Oct 8 1909 Her stay on earth was short but we miss her little form and sweet voice and a place in our home is vacant Oh the long agony of separation it is awful miseJyflghtingback child trying to hold fast the little one and see she growing weak er all the time to cry to God to help you and to the doctor to save your child and see itis of no avail jind then toJln wtliat its spirit is goneaulaTfOu ha tnothingleft but the caskettnliLti lq the jewel and In days you must even put that away Its so desolate sometimes there are feelings of rebellion and Iresolve to feel differently when suddenly I come upon some little dress picture or shoe and how all the floodsof the soul burst in one wail of agony Oh my God how hard it is to apart to close those little eyes that can never look merry at your coming to kiss the that can never lie upon your cheek and hear the voice say Mamma I love you and see those little innocent eyes looking into your own and to think they are closed forever But God knows best and doeth all thing well So dear mother live true to God and ever be ready to join little Hester where parting is no up dear mother above Although the billows round you Is not your darling safe on high Can you not answer It is well Though well see her never more Her little form to earth be given She rests where pain and grief are oer And you can meet your child in Heaven HKD CONFERENCE AND DEBATE The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints will hold the Eastern Kentucky Conference at the Courthouse here Sept 10 and iL President C A Collis of the Southern States Mission will address the conference all the Eastern Kentucky elders will be present The public is invitedadmission free Meet ings will commence at 10 am and 2 pm Saturday and Sun day and 730 p m Sunday night On Sept 10 at730 p m atthe Christian Church in Olympia the following subject will be debated I Resolved that revelation has ceased and that the Bible is suf ficient to salvation and that Joseph Smith was not a true prophet Affirmative Elder Benja minF Battenfield of the Christian cburchnegabv by one of the elders of the Latter Day Saints by order of Wm E Smith All invited and admission free RESIDENCE SAIs7A u s tin Boaz has bought of the heirs of Miss Sallie Daufeherty the old Daugherty residence on Coyle street for1OOOpossessiongiv- en October I1 Mr Boaz has moved from Slate kenue to the Mrs Fannie Nepbitt residence on Coyle street Mr Boaz sold his Slate Avenue residence to Gar held Perkins for 700 1 rar L Jj x IJACOB C WARNERS DEATH Warner died about 11 oclock a m Sunday August 21 at the home of his soninlaw George Sorrell Jr on the Pres ton pike He was buried at the Warner graveyard Monday about noon He was sick a long time and was 82 years old t Deceased was a son of Jonas Warner and is survived by his brothers Stephen M of Mt Sterling Jonas of Moorefield Mrs Nannie Kopp nd Mrs Miranda OjugHe i z a bet h Shultz daughter of Perry Shultz agoTheytwo being dead Amanda first wife of George Sorrell Jr and Samuel Their surviving children are PergremMargaret SquireJohnSorrell Jr Ellen wife of Simp son Sorrel Belle wife of James Stull Andrew Jonas John and WilliamDeceased was an industrious farmer in his youngeryears and was a quiet good citizen enjoy ing the esteem of his acquaint anceship His family have the sympathy of many friends in their loss RESOLUTIONS Hall of Bath Lodge No 56 F andA1r Ow ingsville Ky Aug 12 1910 Whereas the inexorable laws ofc nature have by death taken from neighbor ner who died August 10 1910 therefore be it resolved that in his death while at a ripe old age we deeply deplore his death and that this lodge loses an honored and faithful member the coun try a brave and patriot and the community kind and benevolent citizenIifamilyhas ffaithfully nursed him for the past several years and who will so much miss his kindly pres ence pur sincere sympathy i- nRtthere ffiren wear a badge of mourning and drapedforBe it further resolved that a copy of these resolutions be sent acopbelodge and a third one be sent to the Masonic Home Journal and one to THE OWINGSVIELE OUT LOOK for publicationC MARTIN J K WELLS ALBERT PALMER Committee BIRTHDAY PARTY Mr and Mrs Oscar Palmers daughter Kathleen Palmer entertained the following little folks Fridayafjternoon Aug 19 in seventh birthday anniversary Micha Martin Leona Palmer Louis Schwab Jno TKimbrough Robert Brooks Byron Lee Hona ker Frank Daily Palmer Coyle Edward Hutches n R ic ha rd s Charles Honaker Susan Rich ards Howard Prewitt Constance Botts and Mary Bruce Dai ly The guests amused themselves first with a peanut hunt and then the various childrens games and plays but their delight was un bounded when they were intro duced into the diningroom where refreshments were served The color scheme was white and yellow which was carried out in the decorations anti eatables white cake being served with orange ice It was great sport to the little fellows to blow out the sev en candles on the birthday cake and they proceeded to blow out the other candles also Kath leen was nicely remembered with presents POISONOUS LEMONADE A t the WedVy pupils were treated to lemonade which was made in a galvanized iron tub Some was left in the tub and next morning more lem ons sugar and water were added upTheand soon began to sick Bessie Cassity aged 9 yearsI daughter of Jeff Bud Cassity and wife a daughter of the late Wm Wyatt took very sick and died Friday morning BudCas sity is a son of Walker Cassity and a brother of Mrs Samuel J Ratliff of the Owings House The child was at How ards Mill Saturday Nothing has asyet been made public as to what has been done by having in charge the selling of the pooled Burleyto bacco vv f1 S Ar Commissioners Sale BATH CIRCUIT COURT Farmers Bank Plaintiff SaleArtieArrasmith Defendants By virtue of a judgment and BathCircuit1910 in the abovestyled case the undersigned Master Commis outcrytoOwingsvilleBath oclock p m on MONDAY SEPT 12 1910 it being County Court day the property mentioned in the judg ment towit oflandcounty Ky on the waters of andbounded Owingsville James Vanlandingham thence S 47 18 E 82 poles to a stone corner to Stewart Riddle thence with Riddles line N 4lj E 80 poles to a stone a corner 86ithencecorner near a house thence N pikethencebeginning containing 251 acres Enough of said land will be sold to satisfy the debt interest and costs of the plaintiff Farm ers Bank which on day of sale will aggregate the sum of 36489 Said sale will be made on a credit of six months for onehalf and twelve months for the other half of the purchase price The purchaser will be required to execute sale bonds with approved security for the payment of the pur chase money to have the force andeffect of a judgment bear ng legal interest from the day of according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms lien will be reI t on the land sold until all the purchase money is paid Bond I eLas r CommIssioner DW DOGGETT M 0 BC C G W Goodpaster AttyJ SulcIiBATH CIRCUIT COURT lJ M Richart Plaintiff versus Notice of Sale William Story Etc Defendants By virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered in the Bath Circuit Court at its May term 1910 thereof in the above cause the undersigned will on the 12th DAY of SEPTEMBER 1910 at one oclock pm cr thereabout itbeing County Court day publicon a credit of six and twelvemonths at the Courthouse door in the town of Owingsville Bath County Ky the property mentioned in the judgment towit A certain tract or parcel of land lying in Bath County Ky boun7 ded and described as follo8IUt is known as lot in division of the real estate of Cor nelius Anderson among his heirs said division being of record in Settlement Book No 14 page of Bath County Records Begin ning at a stone in the line of lot No5 Richard Andersorts lot and corner to lot No 10 John L An dersons thence S 8 W 2178 poles to a stone coder to lot No polestoda Anderson and corner to lot No8 thence N 82J E 2128 to a stone corner to lot No 10 thence N 15J W 11284 tQ thebeginningcontainu1g 15I acres less one of an acre groundSaidfy the debt interested costs of the plaintiff J M Richart which on day of sale will aggregate the sum of25129IThe purchaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the payment purchase money to have the judgmentbearing of sale according to law Bid ders will be required to comply with these terms A lien will be retained on the laud sold till all the purchase money is paid- Bond payable to the undersigned- Master Commissioner QHA child thinks his parents beat him because they deserve it theM- selves I The only objection to virtues is how dull they make people but its enoughS S0 i r k i A J i F EUCENE MINlH 1 r i- MANUFACTURER OF l k4 L fn JITGJIGnADE t1 r Handmade Saddles andfHarness k it 1 Owingsville Kentucky ji Jti r1J L J r i THE RACKET STORE r tJ Everything for Everybody ONE PRICE TO ALL I Big Reduced Stock Sale begins AugusfclS i and will continue to October 2 fptJit Over 5000s worth of to be sold for less than kthereU We lack space to quote the prices of everything so come and see ifor yourself Dress ginghams apron ginghams ercales sateens l bleached cotton brown cotton shirting cottons ludlaJmons dress Ifnen white shirtwaist goods collars ties hosiery handkerchiefs gloves gum web pins needles buttons ladies underwear mens underwear towels table linens sheets pillow cases b anl t t laceSA complete line of graniteware queensware tinware soap so 1 da powderHats Dont fail to come and price these ar ticles before buying Is HIGHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR EGGS JR MAXET OwinKtviile Ky c 05 t BaiCounty TO BE HELD IN THE CQORTHpySE OAvingsville Kentucky MONDAY AND TUESDAY AIJ1t 29 3CQ 1 MONDAY MORNING SESSIONt lfA M Called to Order byAmos Hall Director r Invocation T Elder George W Mills DoggettResponse l 1 f1 11 oclockElection of officers of the Institute Election of f delegate to State Farmers Institute 0rri MONDAY AFTERNOON SESSION 130 PM i t- 1 r tAgricultural Conditions in KentuckyW T Kane t iRogersTobacco 5tplanting Cultivation and Harvesting ow fAmos iall ZM Meadows and Pastures Geo P Rogers i r t TUESDAY MORNING SESSION 10 A Ml Called to Order by Chairman Invocation Rev HC Martin Io Good Roads How to Build and Maintain Value of Amos Hall t Our Corn Crop n n n Geo P Rogers Y Breeding and Development of Swine tJ W T Kane Organization Among FannersqAmos Hall TUESDAY AFTERNOON SESSION 13QPM 3 jWintering Farm Stoik0Gee P Rogers ILeguminous Plants vW T Kane Tile Draining Geo P R rs Pure Farm Seeds and Howto ObtainThem W T KaiieyPI i How is a rippling laugh which the magazine tell about to be distinguished from other forms of giggling COALI have for sale at my place ort Jefferson street Coal LimeSaltSand Cem- ent1BPIaE at as low rates as any one can furnish these articlesAUSTIN BOAZ SCHOOL Tax 1UEIN Thetax in Owingsville Grad ed School district is now due and I am collecting same Please come and pay as the school needs the money s D T11MPs6 iixt I 0I I SPECIAL t r SEPTEMBER OFFER J t THE CINCINNATe7 vi J p daily balance of tP cJiIchoice of any QNi balance of Year Ohio t man Farmer Cinch ittEnqwrer and In 3oth to subscribe t Rf J Sf S News Agent 4 Ii JtI 1to MARBLE 1 lMonument 1 tanti r t tI have a amin nght 1 0II q Z 2 0 f I J f y t I UUR t 7 t t V BE WIPED 4 t Jr GAS TANK V EXPLODING I Ja DENT UNKNOWN y Vere Thrown Some 4 Mother and- i J jButWere Caught er i A mother and her s were cremated when I tie driven by the father to fragments in an cxplo 0gaUon tank of gasoline on I V 4the machine r Vfathrwllllam Faith a retired speratbr of Masontown Pa and dulIon Wlllinj Jr were seriously L burned and maVlie YIi ji The dead are yrs Ellen Faith 58 k years old Catherine Faith 23 years r I t old Annie Faith 20 years old Ella t Faith 16 years old 4 v What caused the explosion no ono know The injured are in such condition that they can not talkff I The car is enUrely wrecked and what damage was done by the force cf the explosion resulted from the Lames The father and son were thrown d some distance from the machine while I i the mother and daughters were hem 1 Bed In and their bodies were burned 1 while they were unconscious from tho t I i Shock of the explosion A z The noise of the explosion was I tz heard by farmers who hurried to the scene The flames at the moment were wNohot no one could get near tho ma I chine It was not until the flro was almost out that the wouldbe rescuers b t saw the charred forms of the mother q end her three daughters lying In the r1 toad where they bad fallen when the autosMbHe collapsed I Zr tk i t FRESAREGET1iN6SER1OUS Ii I Wallace Idaho Half Burned By Con 1 flagration Started by Flames yr From the Forest Fires to t Missoula Mont The forest fires It 4 Western Montana and Idaho arec o sweepIng over a vast area driving I hundreds of 11Uvesbef rethem 4 tmufflng out the lives ot scores of set k tiers 4stmyIngiaaU settlements and wiping out olrtistefice mflllons of dol 4p Jars worth bt property The sltaatloa is serious in Wallacep t4sho whEre It Is believed tot jaearlyj klt of the ity wit be burned Com fJ iutllCailon w4 Wallace to eWes t been posible at ltervals but east a 1i J ward it h entirely cut off jltls kapwnI l Jkat tie emtire itat half otth tewH bout Eeveata street as been burie4i tWestot1at abar IPtllbelac aaOa tJi 1eaet I e v aIse J upIT e e Ii rnorqChance JJ ttJMlllit elIr1venba irv A JWiwaper rep rtwlreB L Ioi I 5 atnta e euflthreateaiag iJt 1NIOPLEINJYNEDf j J I Ck Ii5AocIeijtsMarksOpenin f f il tt WeK Celebration CliutePZAserieeoface1- rtk 1 4ite rkck tK people were la i Jsa4 aiarkeil the opening oftH1SFi t SiS celebration of the German l yetofeet berS9 grand stand la Ii hlehsee people ere watching a bal kAi ea Iooflapeodand alne peo i ale were 1ered three so seriously jF J tHt b1 d 1Ie drlyea to thOhoa cr ft1 rTkthe banooalattEuceseJiay IIL 4c4ig jllblaparachute la 4 4 OB top t a gas sus taIaedatrictdskuUandcnssiOuot beingOmptiedSf gasJtoreo roof of a house iJ Iui ItijsTWesit t- TteeeUaps ot the grand staadoe nrndaBoiit8 6dOCk The park held I Jtet ei GOOaii te people and iWJreI the ihallooa asceasloa was an mo ac 4 as jwuay people as possible rows a late the grand stand k v r4 EvE TRAVELED IN AUTO bt I55kf TkriHM MMfflti of Town at lay trMtrth kft i I Xithsite OL Three baadiU held SJ t raetlssuy the satire population of aestba for aakourhilea i tQoM rthe M1IllnE- I JBJeT cO rf15 l tl AIC teersc inje 1 a iee coiiipany a a few tawas t fJieetIeH tthe preeeace or I Iflf JcMetii esedbirredly aM weat t Agreet1igoCflng J J aitt peUteUNet late 0 tIMIr heat Th reMdents returned rrt I tth15ce kzuknewnaoonewau t I I l rttot Def Saves Bey HIM Causei 10WUt3 1 I 4 U la ii the Allegheny ll h 0 by his dog a large i ri r VKewfouBdland anl fi i i I Vwaa a puppy r n 4theboy saved 1 4 1t ed bycry1ng ic f La 1thatthe farm roi v4 t y yi given the pup clIIl4AtiI r i tn to him and7 1J LSIISCI i thold of lile t H jwIth5 himcrro f c4t i l 4 t i5Vt T 111iSFIt fr h iJriip tsSj It or 1 t 5p odIes th I rurneduej J rreeonrecli1 i 1 oat1p1 1 i v rr Jo tera J f try f 4 f fnqr 1tJy prJ e f 1 GiI ttf I I J Jt t1 t t jX f tIJI r L toJO i f o fl It r ft 1 5L5 4 fl 4t 1 v ll e i1 1 Z J 4d Ja 0 rSY 1 j t f h v st VC tf akS4 i ra 1JI t 1 tWIii ti r r tlfVlJ tJ t U i t to o r fy i5Z vS i Itoi1 JjI i Y 0 ttt ctt ri h EXCUSES 36 BROWNE JURORS MORE VENIREMEN ADMIT THEY WERE APPROACHED Judge Kertten In Bribery Trial Deal Blow to Crooked Work In Selecting Jurymen Chicago In the trial Legislator Leo ONeil Browne charged with bribery in connection with the elec Uon of Senator William Lorimer Judge Kersten excused 36 venlremcn from service when they admitted that they or members of thofamlHes had been approached by men interested in the case When court convened Judge Kers ten called the whole special panel before him and asked all those who had been spoken to regarding the Browne case to step forward A handful of men stepped out The court then ordered those whose families had been spoken to to advance and about twothirds of the panel responded The court then ordered the attorneys to proceed with the selecting of a Jury from those left Chicago The Jury which is to try Lee ONeill Browne On the charge of bribery in connection with the elec tion of United States Senator Lori mer Waf completed Friday after four more veniremen who acknowledged they had been approached had been the examination of Jurors started August 4 eight special panels of 100 men ee i have been drawn for service and more than 500 per sonally examined to ascertain their qualifications etc Judge Kerstea after charging the Jury adjourned court until Monday when the actual trial will begin ROOSEVELT IS TURNED DOWN I a Denied the Honor of Presiding Over the New York Republican State Convention New YorkCOl Theodora Rooae Te2ta name was presented for the of See of temporary chairman of the Re psbUeaa state convention at the meet lag of the Republican state committee Tuesday but his selection for that honor was lost by a vote of 20 to 15 VicePresident Sherman was chosen unanimously to act as temporary presiding oMcer Let by State Chairman Woodruff and William Barnes Jr of Albany the Old Guard encompassed the defeat of Colonel Roosevelt whom several ot the state leaders charged with attempt Ing to dictate the fortunes of the party in tha state- Aftel the meeting had been called to order and the time and place ot the state convention had been decide zeeOJtJOrdent Shenaaa for topowrlchalraaa ef the eoBvefitloa Lloyd aGrUco OTd to subatituta thena eirCat tHtIAUr aeets the ateostpeaeiia dGfehd by la vote ot IS to at Tb JeeoIut1CJJ1tO make Dolose RsoMTsk r chairman th- YleePreiideet teBi2f 1C f w 1i 8herasa was aaaai rkos for temporary presldliii jfleer Mr Grlseom and Henry Mack of New York not voting The state committee adjboraed ta meet September at Saratoga peST IN ITALY SPREADING Twenty Thouund People Flee From CholeraStricken Town Disease of Virulent Type Roaae The cholera epidemic to rapidly spreading In southern Italy hutruileia that it had also reached this city are without foundation Not a isfegle ceO has been reported here sad the health officials are on the qui Tive for any appearance of the mat ady According to the reports Friday the disease Is of a most Tirulentijype Bed accbapaaied by a high death rate Thirty deaths are rePortedat Traal The Sewn is being rapidly depopulated because ot the panic among the to haMtaats 20000 of wacm nave already fied SteilUr coadlttoas prevail in Bsrietta The aathorities are greatly eoa ceraed over the possLbtiltySf still wider spread of the epidemic as a re salt of this ticht of peeple from the disease beaters 4 STABS COMVICJ TO DEATH Ce4ere4 Inmate ef Bridewell Plunges heani Into anchmteC UMe Paulo Among Prisoners OAs oath aa epithet a sctdte aad aIMty prisoners at work la the tailor shop at the bride weU saw William Joses 16a cotorall actoomer faHea William Meyers 1O ealbre4wlth a lrot shears which he atabhed him a the breast with The ragedhappene3 with a quick as that pcralysed InterUreaee Love Affair Double Shooting MorgaatowB N 0An attendant at the tesane hospital here Friday ket lad fatally wounded Miss MAr Cuthbortsoa aa attendant at the same hospital who refused to marry him He then fatally shot himself Deetor Killed by Patient Ottawa Oat Dr William Kmpry ot Van Iwas fatally shot Friday by Alfred Btosala a patton Before he died aapsy J4BloncUaftrM at him Wlb8r tel Bloadln aIM the shOoting was accidental Ulnwn Output Will Be Short Seattle Wash Unless the Ute run efssJssoa la wUtelaaa4 central Alaska exceeds that of previous years the loaljafct packers this seacoa will fall short Thepacs in nearly audio triets except Cooks Intent is tar below that of last year Re sd of aem Worth 148000 Il Morkx SwltierlaBLMrL Dan lelBacoi of New York who is on a tow of Bwjtsertaad was IbbedJa fi oTf 45000 worth bt jewelir I llM to refehws has hose ohtalae 4tS4 1iM 1i TURNS ON CANNON LONGWORTH AFTER CONFER ENCE WITH TAFT AND OTHERS MAKES STATEMENT WILL NOT VOTE FOR SPEAKZft SonInLaw of Roosevelt Declares He Will Not Again Support Danville Man for Presiding Officer of House Beverly Mass The tight of the Re- Publican party reorganization against Speaker Cannon was opened by Con gressman Nicholas Longworth of Ohio EonInlaw of exPresident Roosevelt- In a statement whlchhelssuCd Thursday Mr Longworth declares that having voted for him in caucus on tour different occasions he has supported Cannon for the speakershlp for the last time and that when the proper time comes namely the meet lug of the Republican caucus at the assembling of the next congress he will oppose Uncle Joe to that position Mr Longworth makes it clear that in his view harmony In the Republican ranks and party success depends upon Cannons SummatIon 3 am absolutely convinced he he aarst that Cannon cannot be again elected speaker The importance of the Loagworth statement lies not ionly in the fact that the Ohio congressman a long time friend and supporter of Cannon issued It but that It was not given to jibe public until after a series of eon Representative Longworth terraces with President Taft and other leaders that have called here and that the president was acquainted with the context of the statement in advance of its publication and that VicePresIdent Sherman likewise was contem11plated Danville nLI have no quarrel with Lbngworth as to who shall bel speaker of the next house and there enttouchlngthisLongworth and myself said Speaker Cannon Thursday after reading a statement t by Representative Long worth It any Republican candidate fort congress feels that his position on the Republican ticket would be strength ened by1 pledging that he will not iiup port me la a Republican caucus I have BO objection to his making the pliedge Mite Born to a Farmer Duquoln A baby girl weighing one and onehalf pounds and less than twelve laches In length hu been born toYrudMrsCharles Wallace who lire on a farm est of town The infant Is so small that a match will hide one ot her fingers while her head is about the aiM of a hens egg American Gift ta Mexleo Citjr of Mexico Americans in Mex ico will present a 50000 peace memo vial monument to the people of Mex too as their contribution to the centen nIl of independence celebration next mth Oil Fire In Oklahoma Tulsa Okla Approximately l50r 000 worth of oil and tanks la the Ohio hems fields were destroyed by fire Thursday during a heavy electrical storm according to advices received here G rmn Torpedo Boats Sunk KleL Tbe German torpedo boat 8 T6 la a oaUisloa in Kiel bay Wednes day Bedthe torpedo boat 882 Seth the torpedo boats sank The crews wore saved OvertleM of Morphine Kills New Tork Albert Spies owner and ptbltaher of the Foundry News a trade PP r and formerly editor of CuclerfB Magazine died at his home te Jersey City Wednesday front an overdose of morphine He was forty eight years old f PRESENT STATUE TO FRANCE BRONZE IMAGE OF GEORQH WASHINGTON DEDICATED Virginias Gift to French Republo la Placed In Napoleon Hall at Versailles Versailles France With appropriate ceremonies the bronze re plica of Houdons celebrated status of George Washington was dedicated in Napoleon ball of the Chateau of Versailles in the presence of the French minister of war General Brun the French ambassador to the United States Jusserand and his wife and the American ambassador Robert Bacon and Mrs Bacon the marquis de Lafayette the members of the French mission which presented to America the statue of Rochambeau now at Washington and former United States Senator Nathan DScott of West Virginia General Blron who presided spoke of the statue as the greatest work of the greatest French sculptor of the eighteenth century Cot James Mann chairman of the Virginia ommlsslon delivered the speech of presentation State Senators Don P Halsey and F W King of Virginia also made ad dresses on behalf of the state of Vir ginia AmbassadorJUaseratldin tbeabsence of eFrench or foreign affairs M Pichpn accepted the statue on behalf pit the French meat He declared that the friendship of General Washington ando the Amertcaa people constituted one of the glories of France It wUrtheretOre singularly appropriate statue rthe blrderecled on French Mil by our anclept alllei ahoulLJ 11acrfn Ihe aiace5consecrated tj all our glories CALIFORNIA IS INSURGENT Hiram W Johnson Exponent of Anti Machine Doctrine Wins Quber natorfINomlnatlonln Primary San Franc1AooCal1fornIa is Insurgent In Its Rfpublican politics HI- ram W Johnson leading exponent of antimachine doctrines has swept the geld In Tuesdays primaries winning his partys nomination for governor by a plurality that wll border on 50000 when all returns are in Just how great was the extent of the disaster to the stalwarts cannot be known until outlying districts have been heard from out every indication points toa clean t declaration by the party for insurgency and against tho political activities of the Southern Pacific railway It Ii asserted that the progressives have carried to victory tWonewln surgent nominees for congressmen districtandW CRESCEUS TIME IS BEATEN The Harvester Trot Mile In 202 and Makes Four New Worlds Records Buffalo N Y Sensational rac lug marked the second day ot the Grand Circuit at the Fort Erie track Several worlds records were made In the final heat of the 207 trot when The Harvester driven by Ed leers covered themUelnZQZcuttlDK a quarter of a second from the worlds record held by Cresceus for nine yearS The 202 mile also gives The Harvester a worlds record for flve yearold trotters a worlds third heat record stallions mares or geldings a worlds record for stallions The track horsemen said was two mJB utes slow Big Dam Near Completion Washington The earthwork on the big Belle Fourche Irrigation dam la South Dakota which is one of the largest earth embankments In the world practically has been com pleted according to advices received here Friday by the reclamation serv ice Cotton Mills Closed Lawrence Mass The Everett1 tot ton mills were ebBed Friday and will reopen September 8 About 1200 oper atives are effected Lewis Life Is Threatened Indianapolis lad International President T L Lewis of tfte miners Wednesday received a Black Hand letter saying that he would be killed The letter was written from an Illinois town and was written in Italian Threaten Federal Bureaus Washington Prosecution for al bureaumeat of agriculture and several goy emment bureau is threatened by the Washington Humane society 20 J I 1 Ic STORM BREAKS THREE FORMER OFFICIALS OF ROAD ARE TAKEN INTO CUSTODY MORE ARRESTS WILL FOLLOW Charges of Conspiracy to Defraud and of Confidence Game Placed Against HarrIman Ewing and Taylor In Car Repair Fraud Chicago The Illinois Central rail way graft scandal storm broke Friday with tempestuous fury when three former high officials of that road were arrested on charges of conspiracy to cheat and defraud the road by false pretenses More arrests are to follow and the names of others said to be implicated will probably be revealed at the trial of the men already under arrestThose arrested are Frank B Harriman former general manager of the Illinois Central system Charles L Ewing former general superintendent ot the Illinois Central lines north of the Ohio John M Taylor former storekeeperI for the Illinois Central The men were taken before Municipal Judge Bruggemeyer whoreleased them on 20000 bonds each Doth Harriman and Ewing made statements after their arrest Thero is absolutely no truth in the charges and I have nothing to fear said Harriman My record as gen eral manager of tho Illinois Central is an open book Nothing will be proved against me HI deny the charges said Ewing and I will be proven innocent I have done nothing to oe ashamed of Certain men identified with the conspiracy will be given an immuni ty bathaaa result of confessions they made They will turn states evi dence Ula said and they already have promised to take the witness stand and tell the inside story of the frauds its origin its growth its con tinuation and the names of the men who benefited The history ot the car repair frauds tho alleged fraudulent transactions between the officials And railroad em ploY sand the like also will be told on tho witness stand Harriman as general manager of the entire system was the next man to Ira G Rawn the vicepresident who resigned to become president of the Monon road and who was killed with his own revolver in his Winnetka home Harrimr resigned his posi tion in March the public announcement being made March IB cL Ewing resigned as general superintendent lthe northern lines at Chicago soon after the first exposures were made In connection with the discover of wholesale frauds Taylor resigned as general storekeeper May 1 lit the time when Presi dent Harahasoce was being flood ed witht resignations trbfa offlcers jbf high and low rash v WAKES FIGHTTO IL DON Daring American Aviator Traveli From Parla and Captures the 125000 Prllki London The youthful American avr iator MoUsant accompanied by his mechanician Albert Wednesday made a remarkable flight in a biplane from Paris to London Bcrosi the English channel It was the that time this feat was ever accomplished although of ten tried- Motssant accomplished his remark able flight from Part to CaWs and across the channel In company with his mechanician Albert By making his remarkable flight he captures the cup that a Londonpaper offered and the proceeds of the sub scrtptlon raised in England for Graham White Which the unsuccessful competitor in the LondonManchester flight offered as an award JDthe PartsLondon competition Hubert Latham who started frOm hay a suburb of Part to race Mole sant to London met with a series of accidents the laltatAmJeuCuJ minating in the wrecking ot his ma chine as he was preparing to resume the flight Latham escaped unhurt but las out ot the race The last stage of Motosants flight the trip across the channel was ac complished in a strong channel breeze the wind being so SIgh that expert enced aviators looked upon the start as foolhardy It was such a wind as repeatedly deterred Bleriot La tham and other aviators from attempting the passage of the straits Paris FranceM La Blanc the aviator arrived at Issy la the suburbs of Paris at 645 L m Wednesday and Is the winner of the crosscountry flight which started August 1nedistance of the race waa approximate ly 485 miles The prize ii 120000 of fered by a Paris newspaper Le Blanc the winner covered the circuit In 116559 He used aiBleriot monoplane Strike May Delay Ohio Fair Columbus O Governor Harmon is devoting his energies to settMng the street car strike here before the state fair opens August 29 Entries for the state fair will open Saturday and there Js fear that Itthe strike is con tinned the fair will be postponed Fifteen Soldiers Killed Mainz Germany Fifteen soldiers are reported to have been killed Friday by a premature explosion of dynamite in maneuvers at Sechetheloa erberg New Zealander la Winner Livingstone Rhodesia The sculling match for the championship of the world between Richard Arnst of New Zealand and Ernest Barry of London Thursday was won by Arnst the champion who won by two lengths To Sell Railroad Oallas Tex Maiter Commissioner William H Fllppen tiaet September 15 as the date for the sale at public auction of the International 4 Great mpanYfldltlproperties z rO i j TO MAKE SAVORY POTATOES Tatty Dish That Makes Capital Change Now and Then HeatGiving and BloodPurifying This recipe Is exceedingly tasty and makes a capital change now and again tor it Is heatgiving biood purifying and flesh forming About six or eight potatoes two small onions one tablespoonful of white pepper half a cupful of milk half a cupful ot water three heaping tablespoonfuls of grated cheese Put the butter Into the bottom of a saucepan Pare the potatoes very thinly chop the onions and parsley Mix the salt and pepper together on a saucer and have it beside you Now cut the potatoes Into slices not shavings remember and put a layer in the saucepan Sprinkle In a little seasoning then onion and parsley and begin again with the potatoes When all are used up pour In the half cupful of water Put thn lid on close and let It cook very gently for 20 minutes If cooked fast the potatoes break up and the dish IsI spoiled The potatoes should rather bo steamed than anything else Now pour in the milk and allow It to coot foi another quarter of an hour Then lift the potatoes carefully on to a flat dish strew over them the grated cheese and brown in front of the fire or In the oven TO MAKE MACARONI BEIGNETS Tasty Concoction for Hot Summer Days Which It Would Pay Any Housewife to Try Boil half a pound of macaroni brev ken Into small pieces till quite tender In slightly boiling salted water then drain and allow to cool mix It with one tablespoonful of grated cheese and one tablespoonful ot thick white sauce Heat up stir well and add two yolks of eggs then spread on a plate to cool When quite cold make into ork shapes dip into frying batter and fry in smoking hot fat till a golden color When well drained dish up and sprinkle with grated cheese One ta blespoonful of chopped cooked bam of meat added to the mixture makes these belgnets more tasty For the frying batter take one well beaten egg haIfa cupful of milk a pinch of salt one tablespoonful of olive oil and one cupful of sifted flour Mix well together till smooth and glossy Allow to stand in a cool place for one hour then put in the belgnets one at a time Mint Sandwiches Sandwiches of diminutive proper tlons which have become popular are filled with fresh mint They are passed with the salad course brat a buffet reception of any kind wlth tea or coffee Here is the quickest math od of preparing them y IprlgwIneat chopper using a fine knife Add a little whipped cream and rspread between thin small obloags of wheat en bread Or chop Iheunlnt as above and afteiTrfard4 stir 1tlato1L small oil of tctLcbeT e eflgfeiy1nis4 paste so form Ir spread oa slices pt bread or crackers whl he1e alter ward pressedtogetherChopped Onei llonofgreen tomatoes chopped fine one gallon cabbage one halt gallon onions Everything mess nrpd after g1Wo dozen large green peppers one dozen large red pepper also chopped tal to getherlna vessel cover with salt wa one pint of salt ifet It stand over night next morning put all In a bag and drain 24 hours After draining add one pint white mustard seed Boil one gallon vinegar with one and threefourths pounds of brown sugar While boiling hot pour over chopped ingredients Put all on stovr together and cook a few minutes To Be Dene Dally Before Breakfast Front porch tobeBweptto b scrubbed every Wednesday and Satur day except in freezing weather Porct chairs to be kept free from dust Dining room living room and recep tion ball to be dusted Sweeper run over rugs each y1t nessary- To Be Done After Breakfast After dishes are finished kitchen to be thor oughly swept and everything put In its proper place Bedroom work to be done rooms dusted and kept in perfect order Bathtub washstands etc tobG scoured dally French Dressing Mix a half teaspoonful salt and the same amount of sugar in a bowl add gradually stirring all the time one cupful olive oil when salt and sugar are dissolved beat in hail a gill fat vinegar add four red chills eight green chilis and halt anonloaaIchopped very fine beat all together and add a tablespoonful minced pars lebetagaln and pour ll oacan Let stand an hour before serving When ready to serve shake in he Jar or whip with an egg beater Coffee Cake Cream together onehalf of a cupful of butter and onehalf of a cupful of sugar add two wellbeaten eggs and ono cupful of molassec Add alter nately one cupful of cold coffee and three cupfuls of tour Stir in one teaspoonful of powdered cinnamon and one cupful of seeded raisins and beat well Add two teaspoonfuls of baking powder beat for two minutes and bake in a moderate oven V Cocoanut Ball Cook together for eight minutes one cupful of sugar half a pound of des slcated cocoanut time beaten white of one egg and a few drops of almond ex tract Take from the fire and when cool make Into very small balk dust thickly with powdered sugar and they are ready Salem Cake The white of five eggs beaten to a stiff frpth onehalf cup butter one cup sugar cream the butter and sugar together one and one halt cups flour onehalt cup of milk one level tea spoon cream of tartar onehalf teaspoon of soda Flavor with alacod I ei y rIrTTT r 7 I r THE MARKETS Cincinnati MiScellaneous ButterExtras 31c Ib firsts 30 vffancy dairy 21 YzePoultryHenil 12c lb spring chickens 14c ducks 12c turkeys 19c geese Gale Egga Prime firsts 20c doz firsts I8c Apples Maiden Blush 375a4 bbl wealthy 350a4 HucklebeirleB 3ai 360 buPeaches2aUO crate Po tatoesHomegrown 2a225 bbl sweet 250a376 PearsSecklea U505 hb1 PlumsWIld Goose lal50 bu a undat t75Ca12 damsons l50a l5 6basket crate Sugar om10 12c doz String Dean 76c 2bu sack Tomatoes 90cal bu Cincinnati Live Stock Cattle Shippers 575a650 butcher steen extra 6a625 good to choice i 4S5a590 heifers extra 535a550 good to choice 450a525 cows extra 160a475 good to choice 4a450 Bulls Bolognas 375a435 fat bulls l45a5 Calves Extra 875 fair to good I650a850 Hogs Selected heavy 840a870 good to choice packers anti butchers 8S5a9mlxed packers JS65a8S5 common to choice heavy tat sows 560a725 light shippers J910a 925 pigs 110 Ibs andless JS8Sa925 SheepExtra 4 good to choice 3W a390 Lamba Extra 675a685 good to choice 550a665 yearlings I37E 5h1 475 Cincinnati Grain 6 Wheat No 2 red 101al03 NoS red 93ca1 Corn No 2 white 67a68c No3 white 67a67 c No 2 yellow 66 a6c No3 yellow 66a66c No JI f mixed 65a66c yellow ear 66a68c mix ed ear 65a67c white ear 66a6Sc Oata jNo2 whIte 36a3The No 3 white 35a36c standard white 36a36cNo 2 mixed 32a33c No 3 mixed 33a 24c HayNo1 timothy 19al950 No 2 timothy f1750al8 No 3 timothy J16a 1650 Nolclovermlxed16al1Noc- lover 2 mixed J15al6 BarleyNo 2 spring 80a83c No 3 70a75c Rye No 2 76a78c No3 73a75c Malt Spring barley 87a90c IJ SENTIMENT IS IMPROVING Basic Condition Underlying Trade ltSituation Appears Stronger xjSays Dun ot Weekly i t i Review nNewly review ot trade says V While trade contraction continues sentiment improves and the basic coo dltlon underlying the situation appears stronger While quIeUiesa still pre vails In most departments ot the Iron and steel market there has been prac Ucaily no herdecline In quotation The generatWplaloaappeans to be that the lowesi point has now been reach ed and that ancbangeoceurringfrom inow on wUl be toward a higher leveL JProduction of pig iron is UL about the same volume as a WtekuagCJ but buy t ift- 18gshow a Btalathough at the expense of a iedctloB lii stocks in the hands otlb fafcHcit rJlag Interests HileB 8wreVd rsisome aor SnISbI lteflare ia to exceed those Ofthe sie tIm = 1fflh1p VlouD10Biuajvhf i t sized orders were placed for csili ThtfSlr dtbcz17pCJa8 rrrrbetter eepec3aUywIthjobbera and elling1agent owIthbtiyrslbow but bseines liVitlil of i7 W Ing JitUe desire to operate beyotid well tdefined requirements Cotton bode ii7 ilIDgrpiecHrestricted output of print cloths while sales of 2500 bales Vf standard drills for India was the largest business with the far east China markets being dull f and present prices above the views of r Red Sea buyers I l ffworstedsacter although there is more agree ment regarding values The trendbf ir the production is still much below nor tmat and there is a general desire oa the part of producersto ptoI4icc11B111e Jt1JlanyshoeD1anufcompleted contracts on fall goods lad 1 J now are doing little owing to lack of Jtsuppiementary fall orders Most Jot the New Enelanl factories are atlll stbJagto the approaching opening of the schools The hide market is less ac tire and the advanced prices demand ed of late have checked the demand J- Tberels some Improvement In leather i and increased sales have been made in certain descriptions tuttle situa tion on the whole is still far from satisfactory1 and in a number of l7 i stances further concessions have been 1 y fg made In prices In order to effect bUlh eun miS Butlneca Failures 1New YoftrtBradstreets review f says Business Uuredor thewOekend 1ttin August IS were 222 in the United States against 231 last week1 i83 In the like week of 1909 236 fa 1908 153 In 1907 and1Z1n 1906 BusIness fall urea for the week In Canada number j26 which cOmpares with 20 for tat I week and ZO1Dfhl corresponding Week of 1909 Wheat Including flour exports from the United States and Canada for the weekendIng August 18 aggre gate 1497514 bushels against 1226 414 bushels last week and 29fc8bushels this week last year e dlngAugut18exportafe9047 it C62 bushels In1 the correepondlngpe nod last year C nexportsfort1 week are 4S 537 against 190671 bushels last week and 163 5 bushels in 1909 tcoagainst 6958 busnels last year r llY iSFive Firemen Burned 1 tKfi1I1medfrom a fire in Rankin The firemen i lther over them uif e JcBlames the Motorman Columbus O Coroner Ramis men f k dered a verdict in the Rogers Station Victor wreck line there ITTt0if 1 ttr SYNOPSIS Thomas Ardmore and Henry Mains BrUwoId atumble upon Intrigue when the l of North and South Carolina kbxe reporU4 to have quarreled Orlswol4 V allies himself with Barbara Oiborne Quellter ot the governor of South Caro IIna while Ardmore espouses the cause of lerry Oancerfleld daughter of the jrov r tmor of North Carolina These two ladles are trying to fill the shoes of their fa there while the latter are missing Both i States are In a turmoil over one Appl 9 weight an outlaw with great political In I poslUonbothto make the other prosecute Doth have d forces scouting the border Oriswold cap tures Applewelcht but Jerry finds him 4 and take Mm to Ardiley her own pile crier QrlswoU and Barbara while in vestigating the outlaws disappearance ti meet Ardmore and Jerry the latter re I yeah s the presence of Apple weight at I Ardiley Ardmore arrests a man on his pays he Is Gov Osborne r Meanwhile another Iran is arrested as AppUwtljht by the South Carolina mil S f tue The North Carolina militia Is called Into action VJien GUllnawater Jerrys 1 jDCe tads that real war Is afoot ne I keeL CHAPTER XVII s f Of the Road to Turner I L 1flio goes threrA Joe iW Tfhat kind ot a Jug A little brow Jug from Klldare TkM Mr Thfflbas Ardmore tested I LlS pickets with a shibboleth of hIs y t inra dtvlslng The sturdy militiamen 1 t North Carolina patroled tho north i ra baak of Raccoon creek at mid- I f tst aware that riotous flood alone I 4 i i tU them train their foes 1o rksTees at Ardsl r bristled with of thFlratIJcllt battery wtjMe Hfoa a cellar t a wth iKrJKU Applewelght alias 4 It Tpteet slept the leep of the just He was rud y aroused however at waeiaeleck In the morning by Ard Mt s Cooke and Coillas and taken r tfcrwBgk the klteten to one of the A i J al rtam wagons Big Paul held Y6e1el aM four of Cooke detect I tree were ovate as escort Ard 4i i9re Cooke aad Collins were to ac esjapany tee Jlrt7U a board of strategy la the aeell1fJtupon Tur V 4er Court House South Carolina- AHtowetght the terror of the bor i4rbUaked at tk lanterns that flash i e4 afcoaUhlm IB the courtyard He pr I Ibeia aumbed hr hU Imprison T uteTen EoW e yielded him Ifc1ecN8lT to the laevltable HisI L isi ttureJ the list ieeat Mount t Xeo Itad bees dear eeo htl1evsuld hats placed his iaad on the J i JM whodldftlfl1e had been free- S Jowaceuplp of hours This he had b tasFSf t4Ar9y wine tat Ute events kJIdb I ltPthi 1 takeafroB kia eriginsi captors iai ri It tk- OWJIIHi his srlte ibMh t Itl to tJa f1tiother4ct kM i fst dtsbe 3 3 aeiEtkat5thu 1vkywIthla the ls Ard to a- I oC tb VitfT or rMtrlfciCaroltia whoithe hid eouatt liN iaYareaBl TUr Ik1 Jdi is4nnoiine4 Cooke ti 1I T rmiIHtt atrilM vGJsyoUvl4t Uy thinks heWIsi thecreek S aUthere tW b I and he wot tnd tht IIic Ikat weve crawled J r IIcIu aM placed Apleweight belagsIavea I iJprttfc KM Collins said Ardmore 4t i 5Tke iN6rth Caroltna Ijorder counties t snt HhWtI iajiwd udr Sr Dijerfled dont ifaBf any urai1 4 tS Isai Msi ys tsMy W 0 Ist et bill WeM have been doing ekugio- I 0 GoUeaiei ft WM jrery Imyollte e i j8l7oaaet to MiM ywsr were ready tetI aM J nr casai Jw kly tO std e entrance dressed for and itbbWg a biscuit- titiJ08 ate Batito tot i thought 1 i iw rit8CIlcife4ArbtOle I t I ay kae bea understood by J T xr AMnie JMrtmxjtby Bael I 0 ai14evsrforg4ye siyself If attar JjxHMi I have takes to r1r1cc t4I75etS a horse iDSSir1MI jresetetloa was tWafcake and a lew minutia Y 3 eattroIB u8 ri LfCMbr avra kin im ijo Ihc d Athwr two detectives b tRsid4 lb sa Jj wkiet Apple Iq 1 i t jat oa a ar suat with two iYtf1 side Uttllgavel s biH4bkis boads- e 1 sISb bis tsese Jrtatieed his- A5 is se M e sIov t of 1v rttisa aM lapoteat aJ lsti xaMr wafga rode Miss Ij niHry lJ lalcirt aidil coo 8iIsL Ardir aM CoLlli were ha I J t bmd kiaM ake s tta 0 jserii ii ioaie mild tiI 4 to Wa 1ft I f 1JateraW7to4 C rgr distrss t heart forU li o CR had a d between slI laIIt Jtprf M to the 4sgraceful l i11iM Stt atPliers the ssi of via 1k jealous taThaooabad sft lenspirs- IIII1 oftsr5of tile f f 1Mat there wII1 skIItlight- 4t I j aart tt eaUe =o F JL tao as she UftecI It i brlCl1tiPeat tuaat trot over b tli ta c the siate t81eL 1hiadUtU IiCue tItJl 1t 1gwt MIII enfily rsoved from tf pokti along thee l rtIaI t lZz tI i1tktsrthers remarked J 1Mi toward the ia OJt i7 sskTb Ii1r ire- TiIIkS1 J 4t 1Ing aM WtJeI sv 1 a 24 whseM jrr4 tiGristo t1 t r pt i Jr J Jl i pJtlrl C 4 r Ii1r I flfft t Px I it I 9e5J IOtcJ r t Js 54I 74tI 6t Ir hr t I j t J J I = d wold that Applewelght is In a South Carolina Jail It will change the scene of operations It will then be Gov Osbornos painful task to fiance between lawandorder sentiment and the loud cursing of his border con sUtuents Tho possibilities of this rumpus grow on me Ardmore There Is no rumpus Mr Collins said Jerry over her shoulder The Governor of North Carolina Is merely giving expression to his civic pride and virtue Leaving Ardsley they followed a dfpmal stretch of road until they reached the highway that connects Turners and Klldare Its going to be morning pretty soon We must get the prisoner Into Turners by five oclock Trot em up Paul ordered Cooke They were all in capital spirits with a fairly good road before them leading straight to Turners and with no expectation ot any trouble in land ing their prisoner safely In Jail They were well Into South Carolina territory now and were Jogging on at a sharp trot when suddenly Cooke turned back and halted the wagon Theres something coming wait looplpgCooke Impatiently bade them be quiet If were accosted what shall we say he asked JelT7instantITthatIs dead and that we are taking hIs re maids to his wifes family at Turners I shall be his grletatrlcken widow The guards already had Apple weight down on the floor of the wagon where one of them sat on his feet to make sure he did not create a disturbance At her own sugges tion Jerry dismounted and climbed Into tho wagon where she sat on the r Sturdy Militiamen Patroled the Nort 1boedPretty picture of a sorrowing wId fowmumbled Collins Ardmore punched In tte ribs to make him stop laughing To the quick step of waltlDCtioraaheadoftJie was now added the whisper and creak of leather Hello there yelled Cooke wish Ing to take the Initiative Heyor answered a voice and nfl was still I Jakfncab0d71l1toT1rne lug alHcalled Cooke Whos dead f- HOaeofArdmoreaDutchmen Ship ptqtJre corpse back to Germany The party ahead of them paused as thoughidehatlng the cane bluriridere8efive us the road shouted Cooke We havent much time to catch our trata Who dM you say was dead T rKarl Schmidt returned Paul promptly Ardmores heart sank fearful lest an Inspection of the corpse shbtQd he prop e d But at this moment a wall eerie and heartbreaking rose and fell dUmaHy upon the night It was Jer ry mourning Jferdeae husband her slight figure swaying back and forth bTe his body in an abandon of grief De poor vldow she beBlltus called out big Paul forsaking his us ual excellent English for guttural dia lect Who are you fellows demanded Cooke spurring his horse forward The horsemea to his surprise seemed to draw bacJrandhe heard a Voice speak out sharply followed by aregrouping of the riders at the side of the road We been to a dance at Turners aad air goln back home to Klldare came the reply That seems all right whispered Ardmore to Collins TMssauttre4 Collins the I S5t f tf J e lJjat t r- r r I J a a 1 idt F midst of death we are la We aa6 thIs reaching Jerry caused her to bend over the corpse at her feet aa though In a convulsive spasm of sos row whereupon to add color to their story Paul rumbled off a few consola tory sentences In German Give uo the road commanded parleTIwagon to diminish as far as possible the size of the caravan Paul kert the horses at a walk as became their sad errand and Jerry continued to weep dolorously They passed the horsemen at a slight rise In the rolling road Tho party bound for Turners moved stead ily forward the horsemen huddled about the wagon wIth Jerrys led horse between Ardmore and Collins at the roar At the top of the knoll hung the returning dancers well to the left of the road permitting wIth due respect the passing ot the funer al party One of thorn Ardmore could have sworn lifted his hat until the wagon had passed Then some one called good night and looking back Ardmore saw thema dozen mdfl he Judged regain the road and qutMly resume their Journey toward Klldate Pretty peaceable for fellows whove been attending a dance suggested Collins craning his neck to look after them One fellow lifted his hat as we passed and I thought Well what did you think Mr Ard more demanded Cooke Impatiently Well it may seem strange but I thought there was something about that chap that suggested Grlssy They paused to allow Jerry to re sume her horse and one of the de tectives Joined In the conference to venture his opinion that the men they had passed were In uniform They looked like mllltla to me and as he was a careful man Cooke took note of his remark though he made no commentBut they moved on toward Turners Ardmore was still troubled over what had seemed to him the remark able Parisian courtesy of the return lug reveler who had lifted his hat as the corpse passed GriSlY he1 kept saying over and over to himself WILl no fool by any manner of means and he was unable to conjecture why the associate professor of admiralty known to be detached on special duty for the governor of South Carolina should be riding to Klldare unless he here Rank of Raccoon Creek contemplated some coup of imper Wee The stuB paled under the growing light of the early summer dawn Ap plewelght with shoulders wearily drooping contemplated the attending cortege with the gaze of one who su lentTccepts a condition he does aot least understand gecom1lDjaUbu before half the community had breakfasted Bill Applewelght the outlaw was securely locked in Jail 1riI Turner Court House the seat of Minigo county in the state of South Caro Un and tho Jailer moreover wasjsharing the distinguished captives thraldom TO BE CONTINUED The Eggman In Philadelphia A young farmer from Clementon N J was selling eggs at the corner ol Fourth and Sputh streets when a bartender walked up to him and asked him the price ot a dozen eggs The farmer answered Forty cents a dozen and as there was an extra egg in the dozen he wanted three cents extra but the bartender wanted It thrown in with the bargain HWellH said the one who sells the IIquotHI will take the egg and treat you to a drink AH right said the farmer When they came to the tavern he was asked what he would drink to which he re plied Well I allus drink sherry with an egg Inlti Andth4ysay farmers buy gold bricksvtPhtladelpbla Times Rice Market Yields 200000000 Tbf worlds market for rice meas using this market merely by the Im ports ot the principal countries of the world amounts to from 1150000000 to 200000000 per annum The lav ports 6f rice Into the principal coua tries of Europe In the latest available yearf amounted to about 82000000 value into Asia and Oceanlca 88S000000 Into North lad South Aae Jcl Jcl USlyeoCtJthe United States- 120O00e andk t AJWea 6000000 Li22 f iji I tSS tI+ i+ ftttfIROUND THE ABOUTI MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY ATTEMPTED KIDNAPING Stranger Tries to Steal Child of Mrs Thomas Eada Stanford Mrs Thomas Eads who of a young farmer of this county fought so desperately for possession of her yearold son that her assailant was forced to leave without the tiny bit of human booty sought and to seek hasty flight in a big automobile which was waiting nearby with a man confederateYoung and his wife reside about five miles from Stanford l ads had been away nil morning looking after his tobacco and had left his young wife and their baby alone at hQme While she was lulling her In lent to sleep an automobile containing a man and woman passed Soon after the woman came to her door and ask ed permission to alt down while her husband attended to some business down the road She soon left and Mrs Kadsr put the child on a bed and went Into the kitchen to prepare the noonday meal Hearing a faint creaking of the screen door In front and Instantly realizing that some one was opening it she hastened out and confronted her om- an visitor of a few moments before Glibly the woman explained that In putting the baby on the bed a hand some diamond pin had probably become fastened In his little dress and she had come back to look for It The mother went with her into the room where the child lay asleep The stranger picked the baby up and as she did so began to glance hurriedly from one door To another at the same time quickly fumbling inn handbag which hung on her left arm The mother became alarmed at her actions and reached for the baby and caught Its dress The strange woman pulled a small vial out of her hand bag and as the mother caught hold of her child a sec ond time the stranger dashed the full contents of the bottle into her face The pain was severe and Mrs Eads could hardly see but In a frenzy she pulled the babtawayfrom the stranger and In agony ran through the kitchen out tho rear door of the houso to the cabin of a negro couple some distance away Not until the colored womans husband returned horan about an hour later WM the alarm given and assistance summoned to the Injured woman Mr Eads came oulckly but no trace of the wouldbe kidnapers could be seen The woman had evidently bur lied wythe Instant that saw If01 plan led by the mother kUNErf NAMES COMMITTEE Business Men and Bankers toP Upon Qualification of Examiners Frankfort Secretary of State Bruner announced the names of the five business men arid bankers who are to pass upon the qualifications experience and adaptability of the state bank examiners The conunli tee lm composed of three Democrats and two Republicans Sam Pi Jones Commercial Bank and Trust Co Louisville B GWIttOhlo Valley Banking and Trust Co Henderson Charles Russell Merchants Bank and Trust Co Ashland Allen Hi Points Salt Lick Deposit bank Salt Lick Capt Ed Farley Citizens Savings bank Pnducah and state treasurer The committee will be called upon to pass upon the qualification of some of the appointees Dr Bqmer an nounced that at least two of the ex amlners would go to work the 1st of September He said he believed that practically every bank In the state would sign up the agreements DISMISSEDIAfter Hearing Arguments City Coun ell Decides Jt Has No Jurisdiction Hopklnsvllle By unanimous vote the city council dismissed the case against Mayor Charles M Meacham charged by Attorney Stanley Bassett with having had printing contracts with the city in violation of the statutes The council after hearing argument In the case decided that under the charter of fouiUclass clUes it had jurisdiction In the matter the at torney general being the only officer authorized by law to prosecute charges a mayors removal Attorney Bassett argued that Mayor Meacham had vacated the office upon the alleged fact of accepting city print Ing Attorney W Downer appeared for Mayor Meacham 01ty Attorney Brasher upheld the view of law taken by Attorney Downer and the case was dismissed Wlckllffe Orver Miller 17 years of age son of W B Miller of Ballard county accidentally shot himself while with a fishing party on Prairie lake and his right arm was amputated at the shoulder He Is not expected to liveFrankfortJobn I Vanarsdall Har rodsburg a hotelkeeper filed a pet tion pt bankruptcy in the federal court His assets are 4557350 and his lia bilities 2753974 His Inability to realize on his assets caused the pet tion of bankruptc- yEvanvilleBuIldings designed at the center of a Model CItYWbel there was to be neither poverty not graft promoted by J A Brown on the Kentucky side of the Ohio river opposite EvansviHe were attached In court here by Browns creditors to se custe alleged claims amounting to 50000 The following fourthclass postmas KentuckyLou1sacounty J T Ramsey Tweddleyille Hopkins county f i qItor CIIrJ T 15 ix y 4 BODY FOUND IN POND Two Boys Discover Carps in Water Near Somerset SomersetSome excitement was created hero by tIle discovery of the body of Charles Allen who had been missing for several days in a pond near the city limits The discovery was mado by two boys who saw an arm protruding above tho water They gave the alarm and the body was recoveredWhen brought to tho shore it waa found that Allens hands were both tied very securely behind him However the police department and the members of Allens family scout the foulplay theory and the coroners Jury reached a verdict of suicide Allen had been heard to say he would end his life f Wm S Taylor Injured Indianapolis William S Taylor formerly of Kentucky who Is engaged in the practice of law in Indianapolis slipped off a desk while trying to low er a window in his office and suffered severe injuries He was able to reach his home without assistance but will bo unable to return to his office for several days His back was wrenched No bones wore broken The Commonwealth Franklin Thomas Alexander who died In this county was a member of the Masonic fraternity for 50 years Versailles Miss Anna Lou Bryan aged 24 years died at the home of her uncle E L B Bryan in Frankfort avenue after a lingering illness of tuber culosisOwensboroT C Blanford one ot th oldest citizens of the county and for SO years a member of the Masonic lodge died here Ho was n confed erate veteran He was 73 years old Elkton Mrs O W Motley a bel loved young woman and wjfe ofaprominent farmer died of typhoid fever She was 8 years of age and daughter of Mr and Mrs CC Lamb of this place She is survived by her huabandOwentonTheOwen County Wool Growers association has sold its wool in Louisville at the following prices First grade 27 cents second grade 22 cents and third grade 17 cents De liveries will be madq at different points In the county the last three days ot this mont- hPaducahTho towboat Walter Needham towing the floating theater Cotton Blossom sank at Brookpbrt ntand Is lying in 15 feet ot water The boat sprung a leak and It is sup pcsod broke amldshlp The boat wise valued at 10000 and probably will be a total loss Paris Miss Ella Fleming aged 65 years writer and church worker died at her home In MlHersburg of cancer of tte stomach Among her bestknown literary works was a series of articles reminiscences of the civil war that were published In several pulartnag asilnes She Is survived by two Bis tars traD B Bass of tsyUt i MW V R lTutcbcriftII burg f The fun rii1vas held in Millers burg NewCait1eABa Beq1Jelti theflnd ing of the body of W I TVilholt iotl- ug In the Kentucky river several days ago Ezra Willuot brother ot the dead Harpwecharges of murder A hole in the head apparently indicted with some heavy Instrument gave rise to the murder investigation Owen boro Richard tanham a farmer and for halt a century a real dent of Davless county died of In firmities of old age He was 83 yearf old and leaves his widow and five chil dren Mrs Sam Brashear of the Reds neighborhood died of a complication of diseases following several weeks Illness Her husband and four children survive Louisville Col H Watson Lindsey chief of police has started a against lottery venders who it is said have operated extensively at varlour times during the past few years Two men were arrested on a charge of vending lottery tickets OnO of them according to Col LIndsey made an affidavit in which he implicates several wellknown persons Upton Mrs Emma Watkins died of paralysis at this place She was 90 years old and one of Hardin countys bestkaown women She Is survived by two daughters Mrs Hattye Brom ley ot Boston Mass and Miss Lola Watkins of this place two sisters and one brother Mrs Albert Boyd of Elizabethtown Mrs Dave Cleaver and Miles Rider of this place Paris John G Lyle aged 50 years known all over the stateaaBJo n Blow lorle a turfman and bookmaker died at his home on See ond street after a lingering illness of consumption He was wellknowa figure at all the prominent racetracks and iu his earlier days was an en thusiastic baseball fan being a mem her of the old Paris Mutual club fa mous ln Us day as the champions of Central Kentucky Lexington The state banks herfour of them have notified Secretary of State Bruner that their directors are opposed to his plan for the exam nation of state banks by special ex amlners to be appointed by the secrc tary of state and paid by the banks The local banks contend that tho ex amination should be made by the reg ular examiner and Inspector Mt SterUngCharies Vaughn of Hazelandt a brakeman on the westbound C 0 frelghttrain was knocked from the train by the depot shed striking him His left arm was mashed and several ribs were broken Paducah Indictments have been re turned by the Lyon county grand Jury against Roy Merrick Velan Mitchell Luther Crekmur Bart Crekmur Frank Murphy Alonzo Gray Byran Hawking and James Bozart all of Trigs county charging them wIth the murder of Axiom Cooper at a picnic a few weeks ago It Is claimed the murder witl the result of a conspiracy Kvansvllle JndOlUe B Smith and Mies Elnora Board both of Owens boro Ky were married at Rockport Ind Another marriage at Rockport was that of Henry Payne and Mist Willie Bowlds both of Knotsvllle Ky v t tI 1 ffr 1 a t 5 5Sl iIp 11 Lt J tjt Silas Carters R X0 r r f By Carl Jeaikini tji J E CopyzlglU Z510 bi AI4 Ut8lr7 Press s There was nothing wrong about Silas Carter He was a strapping young man who worked In a sawmill and ate three square meals a day When evening came he sat down to store his mind with knowledge He couldnt borrow Shakespeare or American history and in consequence be borrowed romances They were not eactly dime novels They related mostly to knights and chevaliers and rescues of distressed damsels After reading for two or three years Silas got the Idea that he was a chevalier and that the distressed damsel would sooner or later heave into view He didnt say anything about it It might be that he wasnt a chevalier and It might be teat the distressed damsel would be detained on the road One night when he was cabling on Miss Eunice Bebce the daughter of a villager he casually observed Eunice I love you and want you to be my wife I will she replied Eunice had known Silas for a long time and had come to realize that she loved him and why shouldnt she have answered that way t Why blush and stick a finger in her mouth and reply that she would see her fatter about It She did Just as a plain sensible girl always does under the circumstances she waited for Silas to say more He began and ended right there It the distressed damsel appeared he would tell Eunice that he had changed his mind If she didnt then they would get married some day Eunice continued to be a good plain girl and Silas kept his eyes open for what was coming It came one July day A young lady from the city stopping at a sum mer hotel in the village came down to the mill pond to tlshSllas was in the mill yard wrestling the saw He Wrote That He Took His Pen In Hands logs about and after a time he heard a scream He ran for the water and wAs InUmetopull a very wet and frightened girl out by the hair When she could speak she called him a herO and said be had saved her life and won her eternal gratitude She was the distressed damsel and he the herothe chevalier There could be no two ways about that He was Invited to call at the hotel and receive furtherthanks and the dripping departure Silas Garter called He was braced up by the heroic deed he had done and he felt very Important when he found himself In the presence of a young lady wearing diamonds and ImUlngatthe dowUhhlathem away somewhere and modestly said that he stood ready to rescue a damsel every day ta the week andtkoget him She even went so far as to give him her address In the city and say that she would be pleased to hear from her hero occasionally in getting oft the hotel veranda Silas fell over a widows poodle dog and rolled down the steps luthe was none the less a hero In his own eyes for this He had read that they occasionally took a tumble and were none the worse for It That evening when be went over to see Eunice he said Euny I asked oua tow nights ago to marry me didnt IT Yes Well well hold on awhile about it I guess7 The diet of Wurttemberg has Just granted women the right to vote for members of chamber of agriculture and has made them eligible on the same terms as men Tile chamber of agriculture Is a new Institution The providing for Its establishment gave votes to women on equal terms with men but did not make them eligible The suffrage association at once sent a petition that women be made eligible as members They pointed out that according to the la test census nearly as many women as men were engagedlnagrlculture1a- Wurttemberg that more than twenty six thousand of them owned the land Which they worked that Worttem berg Is essentially A district of small farms on which carried on Indus tries that belong especially to women such as poultry raising vegetable and fruit growing etc The committee appointed to consider the bid reported against the women but whom the measure caine up In tile diet a as 1 S5S i lVery well Silas rejj ful Eunice I She might have becon V Jumped up and down an a breach of si didnt She had heardV V i rescue and she had an I that but she did not lose hL V She Just moved the pitcher t said V 0 1 Silas have another glass of telder before you go Its good to k S off the nightmare Silas didnt see the damsel again before she left for homo Alter wall Ing for two weeks he wrote to her He wroto that he took his pen to hand to hope that she was well and that his own health was never bet ter He wrote that the sawmill busl ness was good and that he expected to have his wages raised to 22 a month He thought of her often he R psaid In fact he had driven a stake at the spot where she had fallen m went there to look at it five orand six times a day Then he copied a verse of poetry and ended the letter F by saying that he hoped for an aa awe by return mall r4weeksnight as he was calling on Eunice hi said 1- 4Euny about our getting married iIiSVery welLS W She waited for him to ask siwitsjii 11 name the day but he had nthiig1 I further to sayonUe subject A rUV Jithadvelope of his latter but by so doing he may have made the postmaster V mad and the epistle had been torn tip He decided to write again He took his pen In hand with firmer griP thin time as his waget J4Hedays but at the end of a fortnlghtinone had come One mall a day rrejiched the village post office but he Inquired five times a day soKas to make sure of missing nothing Av itotter two weeks and no letter Was Chevalier Silas In love wIth the damsel he had rescued iowan Xt He didnt kick around nights an4 nUy4chvaouslyknght1ythi A ti 1 1 i4same as the heroes of his romance J 1 jI Ihad loved Perhaps the reason she i AJ 4Jcoylyeltjr and tell of kls adoratlom Htmother might have tied heriup In tha 7 + garret or her father t1Mr Into 7 a dungean deep 1 ee tW tc IJtof erOTe tor hI Porthreoday 4rjj SIlas Mtth Ck VaMr t8tlArlUt1iM1W i t rP like circumstances and tlM hedelt71lforth city dtQ i1teatoned It early tojiJae Konisicrjwt u the Jtatter wai emergIng with ivery strong cigar la bin mowttsi Hir gave Bflas a looklBCOTST tteiredtsj 4fWellx yBellyilleyosgaiasS r Well what ot itn jPj 4Igot w tWelli what of y tn I work1n the sawmill there j T thought so 00011t1 pulled her out of the pond1 fFOh you eDI4 lit strata yoisn ij t baukany7SNo sir j N tilt A11iButtinned Silas and she said ahetIr h oever forget It 0 Aad SS I dont think she wIlt She Lost her false hair d cOmplexion I h believe rot bd she asked me to call on her If 4I waa ever In town JrnbveIn sad Interview the cook If you i wish My daughter has been BarriftiK l1tbrfdaltramp iiHTe4hettlfeSUareaChed home that night at 11 AIrt oclock His Jaw was set and his look was determined The villagers had long since got to bed but that was naught to him Hewalkedtothb0- 1lile of Eunices father and around to her window and In response to fi a hte calls a head was poked out aad J tFa yoke exclaimedS LMy stars iSllas but whets hap posedS hNothing yet but somethings go J tog to You be ready at jilne oclock la the morning to be married Theres been fooling enough about It jtrrrrr r j Jtr JJ trsLrrrL rJrJ uaArSea GET RIGHT TO VOTE tt Ji 11E also are i11 Q4lto amend the bill by rAaklng ell eligible was carried by a vote et I1tt43 against 27 ri An Appropriate Te JJoha D Rockefeller fNew York banker asked usda afternoon a good to base an address on he JcIabout that 1t from the Twentythlrf Lord Is my wutBeautUUlal I agreed But MJ there Is even a bette same psalm tThou ar i with oil my cup ruar j Unprej1 tlrely unr of the Allgenr Jewmair bwUhtri anseIa4s S 9S11 f a I t r t I I i tat V rT v h0 2 buS fct or i VRsville NSc xvi4 cJi scription rh edS1 to 5I 4 r five Cents S f No1t11OWedanyO tins I 4 SubstV Ssiring a change t1 of address eajuhl give previous vithigl always V get their items to us not later 5j than Monday if possible when put of stationery mention it on a S separate slip of paper a J News matter of general inter 1t est is welcomed bring it to us 4 without delay if you wish it in t 1 acrted J Sign your name to commumca L tions or they may go to the vastts f s r I f0 SAdvertisersiii of MIpublication day p1i 1Address all communications to t JOHN W HONAKEK Owingsville Ky THURSDAY AUG 25 1910 c ==ANNOUNCEMENTS t1 We are authorized to announcvi I Will J Fields of ftas a candidate for Congress in tJ the Ninth district of Kentucky subject to the action of the Dem pocratic party EOLD ballyhoo has been stirred r re tip in the G 0 P by the turn Vmg down of Teddy for tempora r ry chairman of the Republican State convention in New York 0 Sunny Jim Sherman being chosen J over Teddy I IJti CORRESPONDENCE Moores Ferrv iMrs Emma Christy Luther Sorrell and little daughter of Hillsborb spent Sunday with relr atives herE toD8lio7 Tullie Pierce wife and daugh torof Bethel were gueStsofMrS tssickn I wife last week Robt SbrreU hasm dar1ilfe 4 1fver The campmeeting began here I Tuesday night of last week blyrriDia pS2c went to the show at Morehead J SaturdaynMrs Lulie Merix of West Vii f ginia is visiting her mother Mrs t Mary Jackson firMiss Vesta Hunter visited in Morehead Saturday and Sunday I Mrs Prudie Case is visiting friends In Lexington Z Mrs H O Irwin of Ashland visited friends here last week 1p Odessa ISrL1 A nice gentle rain Thursday t F night and another Sunday morn t ing revived burning crops som ro t but a soaking rain is what is edMuust now ij8 fS B Hawkins lost by death LeUat And saw nothing wrong and n three hours found her dead supposed iggI it Albert Jones sold a 3yearold j mare las veek to Wm Vanland gha Jr for 175 and a bay tr to another party for Lt4ItA 1 teibad the Ewir4g fair Saturday d r dslii icecrera andiiever thought until hewuredytQmakelthewasntt tc It neo our neighbors had a t r h4epwe ill no names that got torTpople and btitI r 0 0e 4ti r t d7worsctott L j H sarber and tt J ostepoutJ I to 0 5rseoi a hIewas- r 4 1 1 omuch hfe egetsiIit panTa 4 I dfold voi t raboutJ- 411z t f r 1d to Ct JOItor i J irih st t a i ft r1 j 1 t jof tr I t tJ7 ttt ri i bi 1ftr tfltI i lh f Jc IIpo 0r tto LtJoI Lf 1 4 tC I j tc Jt t e r A H fi r nrO t t r Ir J 1 if 1 f- t S I JJft tSi tt43c fr ir i l o t t t 7 iioI l 1 bo 4b jJ 1 I r1 I I vr o 6 90 iI3 C1 wP 11 Grange City Mr Young and Sim Havens Athens III came Wednesday vto visit the lattors lather A L ickIcame to visit his taevtonUpper h cx y Ash John Horseman and wife visited relatives on White Oak from Thursday till Sunday and attend protracted meeting Joe Snedegar and wife of near Kendalls Spring visited Willie Hamilton and wife plShermanM vi SsitedRoy Stones little boy Dawson is somewhat better of his illness Willie Harper of Catlettsburg visited his grandfather Daniel Harper and family last week Alfred Carter wife and little SO wflnear Shcrburne last week Srvpent01Mrsay visited Wm Hedrick and family near Mt Stealing the first of the weekPCrooksTWillson cilrIoad of cattle and hogs to Cincinnati Saturday and a carload of Iambs to Jersey City Wednesday B D Nixon wife and children stiaturdaya Rndat Salt Lick last week vMissesins visited relatives at Salt Lid Friday and SaturdayeBen Wells is quite poorly Sam Lathram shipped a carload of cattle to Cincinnati Wed nesdayJohn L Vice shipped carload of lambs to Jersey City Thursday George Carmichael and wifeI areyjsitingtheir daughter James Warner on Salt Well John L Jackson and wlfeof1 fJ03cphWillial Salt Lick Two men from Dunkirk Ind arevhere looking for hands for a g1a j factory Tc werTrEeverar scraps at the reunion but no one hurt Saturdayfrombrother much better Jiidge Kimbrell was in More head Saturday Robinsorts show train that n Fighttrunk belonging to Miss Jen i Norvell that had been left TheIwas open at head and the contents taken A few fetters were left that led I nding the owner of the trunk- SMrs Ella Pennington Ola Christian Mrs Jackson 1 of Olive Hill and Mrs She man Guhlett of Salt Lick left here August 16 for Niagara Falls Hon J B Bennett was here last Wednesday Highleyhavesrone stooos Some tobacco wilt be housed in Montgomery county this week The little daughter of Mrs Ma ry Foley is very sick We heart some tobacco being sold at 14c and 15c per pound igforpressed for coin Born Aug 16 to R E Tipton arid wife a daughter There are fewer mule colts 1Mrsill threatened with fiwer We do not hear as much said about the trusts as we used to After the Farmers Trust was formed they have become so com mOn that they are no longer no ticedShermitri and Miss Emma D Hamilton were guests of relatives near Owingsvillelast week mornIzg corn a tobacco Frank Byrd has sold his 114 acre farm to Thos N Coons of Bourbon county at 125 per acre possession given March 1 1911 Chas Fryman moved last week BigstaffCockrells Bert Sanders and Harrison Conn with their families went saturday to visit relatives in Fleming county ttEhedeatTfof JVIrs Kate Smith t Sterling was deeply rer pd by her many friends here I t jt f t1 ii f ti i11 0i1i f OJ T r f r Uobt S Smith wife and chil dreu Katherine and Kolky of Asbville Ohio were visitors here wcekI moniiii preached of A N Cordon of Lexing ton WitS present and made a fine lk Thomas N Coons and wife of North Middletown visited the 5th e family of Eo L Fassett Sat urday and Sunday ol pu1leteXIpected 1harpsburgAug 19 They are ejv j 1friendsThey will go to housekeeping here Stopstono Elder Cleveland Carpenter has been suffering for the past two eeks with tonsilitis Lee Wilson and family of Odes sa spent from Saturday until with JM Steele ife- i unciI George Blake and wifeof 115 county visited S P Steele 1 dwifeMrs Margaret Fletcher Mrs ress Barnes and Dee Conner withThos jjjson Miss Lizzie Conner returned Saturday from a fewweeks visit to relatives at Thompson Sta rniabMrs Jo Ray sold a fine calf to obt Coons for 18 mMrsery sick vvt d their grandparents F A Me Quithy and wife last week Miss Lula Finley of it Sterling is visiting here n atightMrs F W Colliver and little visitingFrank ramilyweek Dunk Carmichael and ph o Cfjuartives and friends heremOkJa Sundaylliehwa W R Gray is not improving much of his illness Miss Eliza Gorrell remainsabout the same of her illness cMissAtchison went Friday to visit the formers sister Mrs W T Atch ison and family at Craintown county James Grain wife and son Hu w b difereturnedhomewith her brother James of ne arA accompaniedchildren Allen Campbell wife Nallis Saturdaytonear Flemingsburg Mike Hedrick and son Walter EwingfairWheat threshing began here Monday The friends of Miss Eliza Gor seventeenthbirthday last week by giving an icecream delightfulW W Anderson bought a horse of C T Grain for 125 twohogShundred 0n Sunday at 9 oclock a mot Clemjor that mansion beyond About five years ago consumption claimed her for a victim Everything was done for her that was possible to do but without avail He who doeth all things well decreed oth erwise and her spirit was called home She bore her affliction with great fortitude Her remains followed by a concourse of relatives and friends were laid to rest in the Riddle graveyard on White Qak Monday at 12 oclock Mrs Bertha Vice Riddle was the youngest daughter of TiSVice and wife and was born De cember 20 1883 She was married tdClem Riddle Nov 14 191 IN- To this union two sons were born Egbert aged 8 and Commodore byherbrother Mrs L n Jones of Odessa Mrs Tom Colliver and Walter of Hale Missouri SheI was a kind and dutiful wife an risadlyhusband and children we extend our sincere sympathy in this their caddest hour i i r i I f S T tfJI7 VORK OF YOUR- GCNGRESS AN Gcnsral legislation That Ite Has Supported STORY OF LABOR PERFORMED J D Bennett Renders an Acccunt cf Representntlveithe National House of Represents tlves 1To the Citizens of tho Ninth Coagrca sionnl District of Kentucky To the people who have so rlgnnlly honored me with their loynl hupport In the past by three times electing me ns their rcpresintatlvo In tho national congress I deem it Jut that I render you Rome account of my services us your representative tho Important liplslatlotr upon Which I liavo voted and what I havo iccom pllshed for the Ninth Kentucky dis trict The pooplJ of each particular locality nrc famlar with my Ifglalu the accomplishments for their Imme ato section but my services aro toe entire district and the people have a right to know how I hava dis charged tile trust Imposed In mo General Legislation The following Is a list of the laws Curing tho Fiftyninth con ess Sixtieth congress and nt the xtra session and firSt regular ses sion of the Sixtyfirst congress which received my roto and earnest support Railway ratea to be fixed by en rged Interstate commerce commis a rebates and other discrimina tion penalized sleeping cars express companies and pipo lines madj com on carriers railway passes prohib soPanamaith locks Panama canal bonds to enjoy same privileges as all other United States bonds Panama canal tiPuretruth especially en popular tome d iestifrom hoof to ron 0OklahomatthConsulartho merit basisan fationalizedNiagara Pails to be preserved Alaska allowed a delegate in thc trdNaturalization safeguarded and adO more difficultcSteamboat I rigid duo to General Slocum loss Motor boats operated for profit rEF tGoldJ50QOO000 to be coined National bonk liabilities limited to 30 pr cent of capitalEmployers liability low Negligent carriers within the United tates jurisdiction liable for damages to to state agricultural stations i sna nnuafiymc irasesTrademark law amendeddMilitia efficiency promoted by old of eUnlawfuln and other soldier organizations forbldaen Secretary of the navy given greater discretion In suppressing hazing at Annapoliseor sliver or their alloys not to bo Im ported exported or carried San Francisco sufferers aided 2 00000 appropriated Extending period for continuous shipment of cattle to tfilrtyslx hours Census office directed to collect and publish vital social and other statistics Waste in public printing cut down onethirdGrave of Andrew Jackson with fif teen acros of land made a national cemetery Marking graves of Confed crate soldiers Jamestown exposition given aid Restrictions on cabinet officers to prevent deficiencies of appropriations Financial law whereby banks In period of financial stringency may Is sue currency to the amount of 500 003000 depositing ns security there forbond3comm rclal passetsi so as to wmetitpassed l Militia made Integral part of the national military establishment with 0udditlonal snuniNational monetary commission crated to devise a sound monetary sys tern for the government Widows pension increased from 800 to 1200 per month and cer tain unnecessary strlctlonsaboll- shed 5t tImportationings etc prohibited In God We Tru8trcstored to the gold and sliver coins The ago law glylngj all soldiers ot the Mexican and Civil wars 1200 per monthnt tho ago of 62 1500 pe r month at tho ago of 10 and 2000 po month at tho age of 7C Model child labor law for tho Dis trict of ColumbiafGamo protected Increasing pay of soldiers both officers and enlisted men Immigration station established at Phllddelphla at cost of 250000 Additional safeguard for passenger carrying ships provided Prohibiting desecration and Im proper use of the flag tf 4 1 I t =iHi 1 h 1 11 t IiO q rs J B BEN Appropriation of 29227000 for tb fIPatmum canal Fcmala nurse corps established tot tho navy hospital and navy hospital ships Ten new battleships at a cost of 1000000 each exclusive of arma m tieatMilitary bands must not compete wlh civilian musicians Drainage of public lands in Mlnne ta Includng all unoatentod lands Joint maneuvers of army and mill ti litpriatcd Anarchistic and seditious public ons and Intoxicant and cocaine exhuded from the malta Attorney general directed to Inst tle suits to compel forfeiture to the U gnitedohortground of vllatlbn of cthtrcLwInterstate commerce commission outboiized to prcscrlbo regulations or the transportation by common onnors of explosives to promote the safety of passengers and employes White slave law prohibiting the affic The Payne tariff law Railroads engaged in interstate commerce prohibited after Jan 1 injO from KBing y locpmotlvo cqulppod with an ashpaiiiicb ne cyfiltnt aan ompjoya eetung yjudaf I pTbeeighthouziThe Imnlgratlon law An act to authorize tho president of the United States to mhko certain withdrawals of public lands Ince lain cases An act tv provide publicity of con ttrbutlous made for tho p rposQofI- nnucnelng elections at which repre pAneat of the Interior a bureau of ilnes An act to establish postal savings depositories for depositing savings at liitarest with the security of the go- rument v for repaying thereof and for other purposes An act to ensble tho peoplo of New Mexico and Arlzoia to form a constitution Isaud state government amiifbe admitted into tho Union on ai iisqual footins wth the original ataetRailroad rnto law commerce court aLaborAt no time in the history of tills country has the laboring man received so much consideration In the matter of legislation to protect his rights as during the past six years The laboring people have had my support and sympathy in all their Just do mands and lam plsascd to say that tha representatives organized la WnSl1lnstrmlooking their interests have frequently cnu f red with me and I have supported every effort to justly advance thirInterests Gambling In Farm Products At the last session of congress tho formers have had a delesatlou In Washington seeking legislation tft productuIlith representatives cf the Farmer union who were there and rendar them every possible assistance I tavo heartily supported every effort legUlaitlonsslon of congress the committee nn bllJtoally conceded that the bill wlU pass Tobacco Tax thNintho say that I voted for and aided ma t t 0hecent tax trom leaf tobacco ApproprlatlonsSnco gress I have secured tho following appropriations for Dig Sandy river HughesrFifty thousand dollars for improve securodlorgress We secured 250000 for the construction of locks arid dams In Sandyknownsecured 230000 for construction ot dams No 2 in the santo forks passeddthoslsted by Congressman AR Johh t S s s t i 1 ri =r i NETT son niofthat bill fo the construction of lock btIilcn the border of tho district I tave bills pending tar tho construc on of dam No 30to be located near Greenup ICy dam No 31 to bo located near Portsmouth 0 do No 32 to be located between Ma3 villa and Manchester 0 and dam No 33 tobe located near Wellsburg y each of which will mean an ex penditure of 1 00000 In tho dls tilct I expect all of theao dams will e provided for in tho next river and liarborPublic Buildings InPriorross the Ninth Kentucky district ba tf nly one public building In It which located at Maygvllle Ky and hich cost th government 40000 Since 1 bava been Borvlns tho district in congress i hove secured an appro j j singtract for which has now been let and the but dtEry will bo completed within- thG next year I havo atso eccur an appropriation of 75000 torterection of a public building for eyn bulldling hrlatronp n which to erect a public building in Ashland Ky Bids for this site has olrerdy bscn made to the tre ism w a fiillIn tim appropriation I Inve bllla pending for appr priatlons tar pubic buildings at Augusta Ky Fismlnga burg Ky arid Carlisle Ky My p1bose is to secure one for each ynenough to be entitled to a J pub Iom building under the rules of com mittee Mexican I shaveshall and have urged Its passage the National Tribune bill the pro vi bus ot which all cxS3l Jicrs are lihowclmolo spccJat tils for soldiers of t vhelitlie men who have represented the OthviftgwIJows for wham I secured the nil sage of a special bill either allowing them nri original pension or lucre as ing tho one they were receiving Frederick Arn Horace Applegate J P Applegate James Austin W Bell S V Bocock James W Burton Thomas J Barker James R Chapman Reuben Ccpher NaUinniRl Gal Hns Marshall Caldwell bcorge w- mllt1ct Hcrvey W Cartee Jos AIDavis Stephen Davis Ainop Davis George Fankell A R Fisher tateij Forman James A Fisher John Gillipn Amanda Green Johri Heln rlcEs James P Hlmcs James Hales Mary J Halbcrt J P Huff John Nt Ilubbard John Harvey Jr Albert Haucke Alexander Thinner William Ingram John Ingram Benjamin Johnson Louisa January Timothy Johnson William Klrkpatrlck Jefferson S Keaton W W Ilbbtc Perry Kalnll Thomas JI Luman Wm Lawrence Thomas Miller Samuel Meadows D C May C P McGulre J Hugh Martin A J Mowery Samoa McCracken Stchpen Mnrcum Andrew J Moore David Martin Charles May Benjamin Morris W M McGinnis Lafayette North hoary Npuroan James OBrlsn Mary L Overly Thomas W Parsons Geo W Pierce Jonathan Purvis Frank Prater P Patton Ncah U Payne G W Rceler Jacob Rardln David Ross John Rodgers Augustine Ssrroll James SutherlandAWesley Smith Harmon N Upton John Vaulandlnghain Al fred White James II Warford Sam uel Watkins L S Wyatt J E Wells R T D Zimmerman Thos E Myers and Paul Gettis Asldo from my work feuthe exsoldiers before congress I am continually calling up and urging action on their cases be lore the pension bureau- SpanlahAmenican War Veterans I have secured the passage of tho following special bills for Spnalsh American war veterans anti their widows and dependent mothers and fathers Albert Applegatc Robert Brammer Samuel A Berry Anna M Case Algon E Cole John F Camp bell BMdy Lockwood E Wv Morgan I w r1f l ti d o J j SSs tt Elisabeth N II ton Jinilson F ZBcas Jcs ji inn IiWhitt and Robert It Hiines I mi nljj continually calling 2 lIll nnll iirgirg action In the clalmlC J of tlnse veterans which are pending 1h r before tha deportment Kentucky State Mllltla i For the members of the Krntnckr state militia I have introduced bill I T r tto extend tho provisions of the peltt j fJ1lntbnnblPension bills Pending I now have over four hundred spor clal ponstor bills pending before ilia two committees of tho house cf rep resentatives to Increase and allow SpinisliAmerlcan widows Mall Facilities I havo paid special attention to tho mall service in the district New pattolBces new star routes and rural routes and have secured the estabClinhmcnt or many of each tar various sections in the district Civil Service Examinations Uponmr recommendation the clvl feivos commission doslgnnted Ash lurid fis a plato whore civil service ox nnilnatlons will bt held thus doing away wth the necessity of the people z mof castcni Kentncky going to Leslnc ton and Louisville for these exam Inatlcns t tf I have heard no criticism to the effect that I have not attended to tnT work Some have criticised me bo V cause I have not made more speeches If wo had moro hard work In con 1 gress and fewer fpccchea the public fbislncsa would bo flnlaLed much eooner and a great saving to the peo C1t fnlontlsFittbtiilly yours 3 D BENNETT m CELEBRATES 59TH BIRTHDAY Last Friday evening Mrs Sher Gorhamcuteda surprise party in honor anniversaryaner The affair was held at the home of Mrs Paxton and was attended by about seventy relatives friends and neighbors While the guests were assemb ng Mrs Warner was entertain ed at the home of Mrs George Hayes and was muchsuiprised to return and a house filled with es and when she fully realized they were there in her honor she was much pleased 1 Mrs Warner is a native of Ow1 ingsvillo Ky but for the past x years has made her bom m eorgetown where she holds the 4 esteem ofa large circle offriends severaliesupper was served about 8 c1oclcienjoyablew shigMrsVrnrner ri GeorgetownIU No matterhowsuspiciousawo an all other womens gures she Could never make herselfbelieve anybody would be II suspicious about herS Maybe the world is growing etter we do not see as many girls on the street carrying usic rolls as we nnerly1did r ffinothingo dont imagine you can cut up l44 y- ithout being talked about Jllty1FJohnI ued at 90000 ic t ijO1 rl LIGHT YOUR HOME 1 jWITH THE ro paY TONIA Gas Generator X better safer and cheaper than kerosene gasoline or coal gas j nearest approach to sunlight Imost des can be easily and accurately distin guishedWell Cistern Pumps t pipe fittings the Perry pneu matic water system and plumb big goods c Oscar Palmer7j jOlngsl1lc Ry H 4 1j 1T2e 2 ti