You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Owingsville outlook: n. Thursday, September 8, 1910. Owingsville outlook. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young, Owingsville, KY 1910 owi1910090801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: n. Thursday, September 8, 1910. Owingsville outlook. T.J. Young, Owingsville, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I t4 1 4q oWLi II iI4t Ir p ti I b tt 4 t It l 1 I h i 1 t I UI J 1 hJi ji J H rr M t tl j iJ tf Irt jY jtt r rrft w i 1 i1Ir i Itr t it f i r K f I i 1 lii IAt It1InOtMLLeUIIUOk t t t rt 4 1 r 1 J i tY I VOL XXXII OWINGSVILLE =KENTUCKY THURSDAY SEPT 8 1910 N 9111C t t tif A No1 Jersey cow for sale SjIIROUT i u i Mound City paints wear longest and look best TM PERKY Co Tobaccocutting will be done extensively this week if the weather permits rAlthUl Jones ad Mollie Hat ton of Kendalls Springs were wedlJi Jiea thoroughbred South I own buck for sale or exchange f JOHN VV HONAKER For Sale House and lot easto side Slate Avenue Close in Ap J ply to J J LACY 4I t i Mrs T L Darnell entertained l 1 I the Ladies Aid Society of the M I E Church at her home Wednes 1 t day August 81 t JI Please return to me the keys and seals of Bath countys ballot I JI boxes l4L f iLESLIF SIIROUT County Clerk i Correspondents must give only l i gObituariesa line of five average words each II tf Born September 1 toMr and a ITS W L Dale nee Ora May in Hart of Mortonsville WoodfordI 1 an eightpound SOnT- METINGCLOSEDE1dCrJ 4 William U B 11 4 J Vilhoit closed his seven i 4 0 t meetingheld 10 John DoyJ stol bacco barn near Roy noldSVlll hs t bptizing seven converts Frida afternoonotRENTINGI will rentat auc ytipn on the premises on Satur 1 TAV j jjy September 17the Lewis A VT of 206 acres near lower bridge Seesrnaabifls- i JJT CY Admr I l q t VRQFITS FOR GASH 4 f profitarid large vol VeiyouQuanaver I I1 1 each year on I ii tbill Try meundei t t+ 4 BystemV l p r V2n t N1 J 2g4 aIE tWiJk8elbat r i y 4 eQXCL K1Cm curtid Se fro t ftthe Court jfof cittle horses and growing crops belong aS 6tstte of Junes Babe i d ft deceased r f J qy 4tlmrii = 1rtj OPENEDHTh High 4 rScKool opened Mohdajrwith 191 tr rij Piki Astheaverage lastses ioawaa252it to InJi crkse theattendance to 3OO JI r Thteachersaec MartmMrs K Martin- I t IiI Brother Misses WalterMae p Mtlinv Eeona Lathr mahd lia- r4yiSechre t- n I READ insNoticeNo 2I1 f have soki out to R Clyde Byron t interegt in the GROCERY bus I t i Vnd a prmptsettlement l of your e o U tin order to wind up the old 6si 1 J ne PkSSOII andsettle at once Thanking you for all pastfavors 4tf s D THOMPSON I have bpughit putmy partner 4I f j Dud Th6mp8bnt Come in and 1Ji aettleyouE account and try me 4 iiirikt tte new cash system just f J f doed mi by a cpricentratibn of r = oiMiritihg force and reduction of 0 rt1expettomzkeitto your l a Itteetto speiidyourcash witFLI a r iii R CLYDE QH FAYliEEDTO ITDOflt blame r l tojljwiaf THE ObrLbbK ceases com 14 jug tyou The US poStall w j makes certain requirements of LtH 1 JSf eriptioB8 IfthefpllbliSher- t u dostit news 1w F i ipi k refused the privilege of a aiailfc Soif your subscrip l I p1tio is not properly paid up THE t f OtrrLbOK will cease going to you threigh the mails No othex jlJ1 i eir Ia open to uS We try tci 1 q not3r sabecribers by mean of 1 tazrow mark it their address i M J 4 1 iirl eair they should renew No lrr mtsr what other publishers dc Tj OUTLOOK will observe the 1 r oW tfI N2 PolSAtE rrHavihr removed I desire to sell pri tdJ r Wy thejfolfowinf rtJcleB tr instofwhich are practically a s atverylownP1cesjIi J cauqurtered klU rock Jt li r iroi bd with extra hcav trlx t Icoilspringaolid 08k dress t cos t ic r t uUtthan half 1 waitindiet four dining chairs 1 ap f tw etfttertIleland a number r ofe rticleaJ 1r J 1 ueiseenanrtot d I I t tao yMp4aXy t W LIouroNa1wthOkla- J iY1 f tJtIi il i r P 4 f IrVfff r r Jrft JJP 4t i 1i 1t V 11 o 1 1 J z i1 1aL V r b iJ c i J t J PERSONAL Mrs 011 Snedegar is conva lescent of fever Mrs D S Estill went to Cincinnati Monday afternoon Ollie Coons and wife went to Cincinnati Friday afternoon- J Add Power went to Cincin nati Wednesday of this week Miss Lellie Lee Harris left Monday afternoon to enter school at Midway N R Ratliff of Winchester visited his brothers C S and S J last week Miss Gertrude Curdof Wil more came Monday to visit Miss Lillian Shrout AJohn D Atkinson of Stahton joined his wife herelast week on a visit to relatives Mrs Burl Kincaid has recovered from an attack of appendi tis and is going about Sharpsburgson Jailer Robert Duff Ewell Shrout visited his uncle Albert Wilson in CarlisleWednesday of last week LaB jSlesser and wife returned last week from a trip to Cleve land Chicago and Cincinnati Judge A N Crooks and family areinstalled at the Owings House ujitH he can build a residence t Woods Gudgell is critically ill at his home on White Oak from a sore toe which was amputated O3urtis Kash and wife of lower Slate creek left Tuesday for Blanca CbLto make their hohe Robt Duff Jailer went Mon dartoattnda meeting ofthe at Ky babydaughterof I M Perry and wife the past week Mrs Annie Coyles fever has left her but she remains seri us1y1U being nhaibloNtoretainy Plth ft5 i t4fD iBrplher and Miss If ttie- WoodeomBrncs went M Cincin iBrotherretday ifohn McKinivan afterspend AmYXsSptogo to Texas to pend the win tel Win Hart and little grand daughter Elizabeth HB ldof joinhisWoodford county Tucker Power and Marsh Bal neighborhoodlefta couple of weeks for their health at sSpringsrMorgan Co lEd L Bathes and wife leftTuesday to spend some weeks at Rosenberg and other points in countryhehome there spendingand friends at Ford Clark county returned Thursday She was accompanied home by her niece Miss IdaAdams- VsWIE5cILYIN JohnWSi vea and Miss Josie D Gilvin were married at TV S Shrouts store Wednesday July 31 by Rev H C Martin They were ccompaniedbyMrCrouchand Miss Gilvin Mr Booneand wife The bride is a daughter of the widow of Chas Gilvin and all liVeljn the BethelSherburne neighbprhoo PUBLIC SALErI will sell at auction boutll oclock am on Septemb1 house a lot of cattle horses and hogs and growing crops belong ing to the estate of James Babe Gopher deceasedJ LACY Admr 191t BAD CROPS IN MISSOURI AI exSpencerofSlaterMowrltesl visit this year He says crops in his section are not good on ac count of too much rain earlier in the season and drouth is pro vailing now rRENTINGtwill rent at iiuci tion on the premises on Saturday September 17 the Lewis farm of 206 acres near lower Slate bridge See small bills J J LACY Admr 92t For Sale House and lot east side Slate AVenue Close in Ap7j ply to JJ t I i 4 ArrangeIments Christmas Seals for 1910 were announced in a bulletin issued last week by the National Association for the Study and Preven tion of Tuberculosis and the Red Cross A million for Tubercu losis will be the slogan of the campaignTwo of the sale this year are unique and will bring considerable capital to the tuber culosis fighters The American National Red Cross is to issue the stamps as in former years but this organization will work in close cooperation with the Nation Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis which body will share in the proceeds of the sales The charge to local associations for use of the National stamps hasbeen reduced also from 20 per cent to 12J per cent which will mean at least 50000 more for tuberculosis work in all parts of the United StatesThe stamps are to be designa ted as Red Cross Seals this year and are to be placed on the back of letters instead of on the frontThe National Conference of Tu throughitsbury of New York has issued a letter calling upon all State and local antituberculosis associations to unite with the National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis and the Red Cross Society in the sale of Christmas Seals and the ex tenpination of tuberculosis Every effort will be made to discourage the use of localstamps and to encourage the use of the national stickers Itis expected that over 430 antituberculosis associations and hundreds of Red Cross Societies in every State of the Union will unite in the sale of Christmas seals Kentucky Association for and Prevention of TuberCulosIS 215 03 Walnut St Louisville Ky TEACHERS ISTITUTE The j Institwle v the ti building last week from Monday morning until noon Friday Th rep nderanCeof female teachers over males was very marked The women have nearly superseded the men in that line countyaProfessor gl l of the Eastern Kentucky Normal SchoolRichmondwas instruct fCLeonardCassity Several of the teachers made addresses read articles or other wise added their efforts to the success of the meeting ADVERTISED LETTERS Letters ssedto the following remained uncalled for in the Ow ingsville postoffice Sept 1 1910 Those calling for them will please say they are advertised Editor Messenger Gus Ginn Elza Coffey Josey Eicher Ma rion Whitt Miss Mary Gort Abby Traylbr Mrs A D Hutchi son J A BARNES P M youngHattonceased and his widow a daugh terof Felix Clark now the wife of Noah Parks of near Jacksons LeXington operation for abscess on the brain and was buried Saturday The boy was about 14 years old PUBLIC SALEIwillsell at public auction about 11 otlocka daySeptemberhouse a lot of cattle horses and belonging Copher deceased J J LACY Admr 9lt THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH MEET JNGiThe meetingat the Chris tian Church nightly draws large congregations which enjoy very much Prof Calhouns sermons Beginning Monday there isj preaching every afternoon at 3 o clock were eighteen ad ditionsupto Monday night RENTING 1 will rent at auc tion on the on Saturday September 1Ttthe Lewis farm of 206 acres near lower Slate bridge See small bills JJLACY Admr 92t For Sale House and lot on eas side Slate Avenue Close in AP- ply to J J Theintensely hot weather of past week was succeeded by temperaturef r POSTMASTERS MEETING Ithas been decided by the Postmas ters Association which includes Presidential offices and the State League of Postmasters of Third and Fourth class offices to hold a joint meeting this year in Louisville Sept 14th and 15th The League meet at 2 oclock p m on the 13th for the pur pose of transacting such business as onlyOn sociation and League will hold a joint meeting for the purpose of discussing postal affairs There will be several representatives of the Postoffice Depart ment present to give instructions The new Money Order and Regis try Systems will be fully explain ed Every Postmaster should at tendas they will learn more than theyWould in years at home and many things they never would learn otherwise ALFRED HAVENS DEATH Alfred Havens born March 1 1822 died Sept 4 and was bur ied Sept 6- Deceased was one of the most prominent citizens of Grange City neighborhood Fleming county and was highly este He is survivqd by bix children thirtyeight grandchildren and greatgrandchildrenThe Mrs Wellington Barnes of Nevada Mo Mrs A S Thompson BradleyofFleining deceased MrsJ T Denton of Grenola Kansas TJ Havens of Fleming county Mrs William Ratliff deceased S L Havens of Athens Ill AL Havens deceased J HAS AppENDiciTiS Miss Am JamesclarkAsh was taken to a hospital at byDrbyJrJfe was she anfi Mot her sqt r- LubtWts t tiwfJ8et twik t who was 4u1 and Bar- rOw came to see Ttiesday night throughinEXCESS OF RmAn excess of rain has fallen in the past ten days A heavy rain fell Aug 31 one Friday afternoon that night and Saturday morningand another Sunday There is no lack of moisture now to putthecorn and tobacco crops throughJ but there is some danger of the ripening of tobacco being delayed until frost Fall grass will be fine POOLING SPEECHES H M Bourne of Owenton spoke to a large crowd attCourthouse Saturday afternoon in the inter est of the 1910 Burley tobacco pool Judge C W Goodpaster also made an address favoring the While the crowd jseem ed interested there was no sen timent developed in favor of the pool PUBLICSALEIwiU sell at public auction about U oclock a m on next County Court day frontofCourthouse and hogs and growing crops belonging to the estate of James deceased JJ LACY Admr 9lt CROUCH DAVIS Curran Crouch son of the Iate Francis Crouch and Miss Leona Davis daughter of Mit Davis all of north of town eloped to Louisville Sunday and were married returning here Monday SIGN YOUR NAMEIt is the universal rule in newpaper offices topay no attention communica tionsto which the writers name is not signed tf Mrs Belle Rice weighed seven 1111pound feeding steers to Sid Hart at 535 per cwt Mon day A daughter named Laura Su san was born to Mr and Mrs John Lowry of the eastern sub urbs Thursday night Monday was Labor day and a national holiday hence the rfd carriers did not make their trips Nicholas county citizens are preparing to hold ah agricultural fair near Carlisle next year x Another heavy rain shortly after noon Monday broke the drouth some more Next Monday will September County Court day Life is full of trials but there are not half enough convictions iif d t rr t iJ TIlE LAZY MEMBER Mayor Sheehan was ridiculing the pre opponentHehan with a smile too much credit He reminds me of the Cayuse farmer The farmer came home one night from a banquet and throwing himself in a chair sighedI the cows in the barn Yes Andoniram said the wife Hosses fed and bedded asked the farmer taking from giltband01Yes Andoniram upthoughYes Andoniram long ago Wood chopped formornin Yes Ducks picked and the wagon wheel mended for tomorrows market Yes Andoniram The farmer lighted the cigar yawned and said Well then just hand me the Farm Journal and draw me a jug of cider Maria Ill turn iri soon Farmin is beginnin to tell oIl me ANOTHER CUSTOMER Look ing more needy and seedy than ever Sir Percival Lackcash strode into his sons costly tailors The proprietor welcomed him with a i beaming countenance Ahem choked Sir Percival Bart My son informs me that you have permitted him to run a bill here for three years Is that l correct It is Sir Percival1 fawned the 1WelluOhpray Sir Percival oozed bowing and kowtowing orethenobebart I assure you there is really hot the slightest hurry I Quite sol returned the impecunious B rone serenely And asiI was saying Ihave come to ordoc a stiifcoJ ciothes myse- lfLwyc a o FEE R1 chardParr the disc v r rftH sugar trust frauds was inNew York about the generous rward grant aYstheWasgoingof millions orsotsaidMr Parr They put me in the lawyer class The lawyer class said there puzzledYes Parr the lawyer class The junior and son youknowgether to draft a clients bill Weve won the will contest for him said the junior partner rubbing his hands Suppose fwe charge him 200000 But the senior frowned Goon he said Hes worth more than that JOLLY CENTENARIANA tour ist once chanced to meet the usu al oldest inhabitant of a vii lage In the coUrse of conversa tion he asked the ancient how old he was II be jist a hundred was the reply HI doubt if youll see another trying I dont know so much about that mister was the hopeful response stronger now than when Istnrted on the first lundrecL QUESTIONAteaCher danger of overwork to one of the smaller pupils Now Tommy if your father were busy all day and said he would have to go back to the office at night what would he be doing she asked Thats what ma wants tq know ONEDISTINGTIONlOW hatwas King Solomon renowned for above all things e1seaskedtheI elderly visitor who was making a little talk to the children of the Sunday school marriageto promptlyspokerow seats ITS HANDED OVER WEEKLY The late 0 Henry not ieve in woman suffrage MouquinsInreporter said to the humorist bit terly Women should receive mens wages Well married women doOHenry replied i 1 tt I J I EUGENE iM1NiHANic15 1MANUFACTURER OF v IUGKEC GRADE r i HandmadeSaddlesand Harnessi Owingsville Kentucky t THjJACKELSTOREIEverythingfor J j 1 1ONEPRICETOALL 7 l Big Reduced Stock Sale begins August 15 v r land will continue to October 2h Over 5000sworth of staple goods to be sold for 8tiian COSTj v n order to make room for fall and Christmas ffrJ there is a bargain in each and every article sold We lack to quote the of everything so come and sea foryou elfDresSgiljthams apron ginghams percales it nJ bleached cotton brown cotton shirting cottons dres ne White shirtwaist goods collar8ttIes hosiery handkerckief gloves gum web pins needles buttons ladies underwawrVmej 0 underwear towels table linens sheets pillow casu taMbttr V aceV I Aco line graniteware aueensware tinware ton JjdablpengbalqnBIx wd r p l descriptions Dont fail jkowpwm pricetl r tides before buying rtJo f t HIGHEST CASiPJUCEP4ID FORilEGG S i A TIR MAXEY Owingavillej LyJ j 5 1i cA i TQBLNNNrY4I whyhoyeTH ottr do yotirpti ntt1fi can itas well and las cheaplyas you ai have it done elsewhere quantity and quality coil sidered somethingino Letterheads Noteheads Envelopes Billheads Statements Pamphlets Blank Forms of all kinds Q tf We have both rag and bond or linenfwriting paper rvled 1 and lunrul dfortyp riterralfand bond envelope f coverifWe have for sale in any quantity blanks iicliVis deeds mortgages and oil leases v Address THE OUTLOOK OWINQSVILLEi lY p LEAD Us NOT INTO TEMPTA ION John J Vertrees who de fended the Secretary of the Inte riorinthe congressional investigation of the BallingerPinchot row was at one time chairman of the State Democratic Committee of Tennessee During his incumbency of this office the report came to him one election day that a ballot box in a certain precinct was being stuffed in an open and disgraceful manner Mr Vertrees immediately called In one of his Djck he said the ballot box blank precinct is being stuffed according to reports I have just received We want no such scandal inour party Go and investigate the situation Dick who was an ardent Dem ocrat just as Vertrees was remained away for three hours So long and inexplicable was hisab sence that his superior sent for him Whats the matter Dick asked Vertrees What kept you so long wen Mr Vertrees said Dick triumphantly it was so easy I had to stick in twentysix myself Automobile owners may have money to burn but judging from the odor it must be more or less tainted If a young man would ascer tain how he stands with a maid he should make love to a widow herpresdncei Receipts r Labels J Invitations Cards L PterDodgeri t MARBLE AND GRANITE Monuments Tombstones iand Markers rhave an date stecki aM am in a position to make price tf right Barre granite and the celebrated silver a s Cla1tySeemebefore buy t I jag A C MARKLAND i i i aO L2Aii I have for saje at my place on Jefferson street t Coal Lime rSand f EaICX l at as low rates as any 01 J furnish these articles r JAUSTIN Z if SCHOOL TAX DIJi Ji1 The tax in OwmgsyillenGrad i ed School district is now duVwsd JP I am collecting same Please fj come andpayas the school needa the money fq S D THOMPSON fiJ i L 1ljJ i t fI TcICUSED 0 I HER i e ALLEGATIONS MADE EUWARD C RIT8HER TOOK MONEY RUN I NING INTO THOUSANDS I BELOIT COLLEGE IS VICTIM 4 7 ii Said to Have Been Mulcted of 127000 r Money Sunk In Wall Street Client and Partner Lose Suicide la Hinted At ChlcagoEdward C RUsher per sonal counsel for John R Walsh dur- Ing his fight against government prosecution and who died last Juno la accused of being a defaulter to the extent of hundreds of thousands of 1 itollara Tho accusation made public Thurs day comes upon the people ot Chicago u suddenly as did the news ot the f Ieath ot John R Walshs favorite j T counselor The charges which attack H 4 the good name ot the dead lawyer an I manybranched and involve double eating with bis law partners appro 1Unga fee from one ot them em from DebIt college trust toads ot which ho had tho custody jJr and robbing Mr Walsh at tho time When he was the most trusted con UFdant in the defense of the banker i of Belolt college ot which J Rltoher was custodian of securities a ind the deceased attorneys legal as e lociates decided to suffer whatever9 posses they may have sustained In chargeqnoted lawyer a Discovery of RUshera alleged t i duplicity was made shortly before his yI Ideath While in New York he was I 1 mnmoBcd to Chicago by his partners and asked to make restitution and ex f iVV planation Ritsher left New 4 bfcrtnerar4 two or three beoO th dal tha PR9lntm n died lu4 enly within 1eentyfourj LOUTS ot the time set for Mi eetl c SIi Iwith his partners I 1 a11cgaU91LI k1m iatsecurities belonging to Beloit IcoUego and valued at 127000 which were in Ritahers keeping disap a peared John R Walsh came tq hg I rescue giving Rltsher 27000 which f WaS turned over to tho college 4 tiUtsberthenpvo a note for 100000 S by 18 of his best friends r4 That after Rltshera law firm had theqIsh case his partners asked if rt l V aome financial return could not be ob r tained and Ritsher told them thatq Walsh waa hard up and could not give them any money at the time i i Walsh however had paid him a fee 9 pf 170000 and an additional fee of s 4 50000 which Ritaber concealed from tspaxtheriIt That Ritaber converted to hIS ownI t gse the BecarltfcM given by Mr Walak y s jjlb secve the two notes et 35000 rnatJt1tahrcnbteocroHedhH i w WaeararraHge we beli1g s4 Ie wearthi tttth writ et certterart la the United fMatea fcpreae coart Wafah gaVe hla I t peti KOOO and with lf 10 e tdestaBOte t a MBM tJ for k1 XN aeyaUe to Joha 8 Miller L2lit d isthsr St Ida attomeyir aad gave w Itssr 5eWO worth of securities fort J note which the attorney was Ii ta ever to Milter 1f r J RAILWAY OFFICIAL KILLS to Attaeke4 by a Discharged EmptoyM aiid hoots Dead the Wouldibe Slayer a t Bt Paul MInLMfred O Ray A pedal agent of the Great North rn raQway Tuesday shot and killed brks P Welsh a former aubor Mlnate la the Great Northers offlca bvIl41mg at St Paul after Welsh had Ired five shots at Ray Welsh was about 45 years old aad s a4 Mea dtamlaeedby Ray about two VyHBomtfca ago for shooting a man at Da Since that time Welsh bad bees r jpseeIHg viadlctive feelings to Ray I aet Special Officer John Lute eC the Great Northern railway t ttfee bead q1lUt betiding and be 2t m jaR to T970m Ray saying be would I 0V tb1ml f Welak to keep qujet M akts iwhereapom Welsh turaei his wrathful Ic i ttenacea against Lane 0 Before Ray appeared at his office t IVelaa walked In aad inquired ot 4 CWet Clerk Hess it ther was any 7 J a1L 0a1letqJold there was noth tar ate Whih said hel would re r tIr ma day or two Shortly aftoI sr4 lI swaM Ray entered his office and Welsh e4AiI1OQ as he opened the 41t ot he drew a revolver front hla eaet and began to fire atRa7At 1 It flttb shot Ray succeeded in get f his weapon into action and with JMeakot killed Welsh 114L ir1 Spanish War Veterans Adjourn 1 Denver CoL After electing officers i Ir aa4 selecting Oklahoma City Okla t IIf jai the next meeting place the con t rentlon of the Spanish War Veterans Thursday Joseph R H6 Bell Seattle lnchlct Wash was elected r 1TTradeGrows000000- it 4 Washington Total Imports and e 1 perta of the United States for July f t iw t about 5000000 in excess of i those for July last year according to z the bureau of statistics q 61 rt pend Millions for Baubles 4 4 New Yorfcmea Howard Carroll who returaed Wednesday after a los 5 t J r r jet Euivpe criticizes the extravagance t 3 ef toftrteta from this country who S 5t lt apeat 250000odo la Europe this f year for baubles souvesilrs jewelry J i aaijtravelhlgexpesse t Faints Falls Dies Irt J F NewltwwtJ N Yrs Mary Brad N i seventy fainted Wedtesday whil e oov itding at an open window and fell 1 bIPIT 4kt11 iIo 4 i SSj5L4 j 0 f 3o Jt LrS 4It flp r tjtlt 1jr t 7 1 t t it1eJIlf IJ t yAiC t CrJ r Jt J iF 4Jo aZ l JJ r t 1 lt t li fr e cI jr 4 I t t ir4IItl J r j1 GOAL STRIKE IS AlAN END OPERATORS AGREE TO GRANT DE MANDS MADE BY MINERS PEORIA SCALE WILL STAND Agreement Is Reached at Conference Held In Chicago Between Mine Owners and Workers operatorshaveof tho miners An agreement based on the Peoria contract was practi cally reached at a conference held In this city botwoen committees of the Illinois Coal Operators association and the Illinois body of tho United Mine Workers of America and only minor details pertaining to working conditions remain to be agreed upon On April 1 about 70000 miners In Illinois laid down their tools and awaited the signing of a new agreement by the operators A convention was held in Cincinnati In April at which many of the states came to an agreement The Illinois minors held out though on the question of tho payment of shotBrers and a Joint conference was later called in Peoria on May 21 In an effort to reach a settlement The operators refused how ever to grant the demands of the men and negotiations were broken off turning what had theretofore been merely a suspension Into a ntrlke of 70000 miners On Juno 11 all pump men and engineers who had remained at work according to an agreement between the operators and minors pending negotiations wero called out by the union In June the fifth and ninth dlstl ts of the state seceded Irom lie ranks of the Illinois coal operators and Signed up the Peoria agreement un conditionally Since tKcn operators illgC Tteen capitulating ono by one in different Myi5s of the state until the number of lore won has been reduced to 4000AT of T L Lewis Ig minerslIi4 THa Abdoper atora at which R compromise agree Ioperatorstheretofore been offered but did not grant all that the mln m demanded at the Peoria convention It feit to a referendum vote of the miners and John Walker president of the II Unolsmtner sent speakers out Into the field to argue against Its accept ance This resulted In tho calling of a special convention in Indianapolis by Lewis which lasted ten days and was one of the stormiest ever held It re sulted In a sweeping victory for Wal kerandthe compromise agreement was thrown aside Following the Indianapolis conven Uon several more operators signed up with the miners The Operators as fthepointed a committee of sein to co duct the campalip It decided that conferences should be helToBot yore before the fight should W car ped Into the winter montha L W J pfDEATH THREAT INI a CASES Director of Ottermann Company Tea thin to Intimidation to Prevent Car Fraud Narrative Cfflcaga Hearing of the case against Frank B Harriman Charles L Ewing and John M Taylor former Illinois Central officials charged with defrauding the company through car tepaira was resumed in Judge Brugge meyera court Monday Theophlle Reuther formerly a director of the Ostermann Manufactar lag company the first witness testi fled that Henry C Ostermann presi ha4threatenedtold the story ot the defrauding iof the Illinois Central out of 1000000 through car repairs Reuther told of Ostennanna alleged attack iipon him in the offices of the company when he threatened to disclose the gigantic steal Thefts ot valuable records confes etons letters reports and other proofs of frauds together with copies of important documents came to light in the graft war as a rival to the 1 500000 carrepair swindle Documents containing evidence against the men higher up in the huge fraud disappeared from the Illinois Central offices two months ago simul taneously with the discharge of an seorewenIRevF G Blngley an evangelist who preaches to the women of the levee turned the bulk of the missing papers over to Murry Nelson Jr chief counsel for the Illinois Central Monday LIMyand Cecil nine years old found the papers floating In tho river said the evangelist Roberts Ready to Depart Chicago George E Roberts presl dent ot the Commercial National bank before its consolidation with the Con tinental National Thursday began ar ranging for his departure for Wash ington He has accepted the position ot director of the mint Pastor Hits Hobble Skirt Newark N JA crusade against the hobble skirt was started Thursday by Rev Peter Henry pastor of the First Reformed church of Groveville NJ i Michigan Bank IB Closed Mt Pleasant Mich The Farmers and Merchants bank closed Wednes day Cashier Vcrmllllon is missing the vault Is locked with no means ot opening unless expert 4canthe officers believe it conceals a shortage Admits Robbing Bank New YorlLE J Wider cashier of AussoChlnese bank Wednesday plead 11edbe aentenced September t y- J 3 a r 5J J 1 liS THIS Tt E SOLUTION O THE FORESTRY PROBLEM WHITE CAUSES STIR TELLS OF NEW 60000 BRIBE FUND IN SENATORIAL BRIBERY CASE PEORIA MAN IS INVOLVED Stand Jury Probing Perjury Charges In Connection With Browne Trial Indict Former Aid of States Atto- rMyMore Indictments Expected Chicago A sensation was created In the Lee 6Nell Browne triaj Wednesday when tha name of Edward Hull of Peoria was mentioned In con nection with an alleged request tele graphed from Springfield for 00000 two days before the election ot Senator Lorimer Charles A White recalled by the state In rebuttal made the statement concerning Hull and the 60000 fund White testified that the Information was given him by William RosseTl an Important witness for the defense He told ot meeting Kossell and of aI conversation they had in which White asked Rossell where the money came rom that la alleged to have keen vote1ortfiowell told me testified White that while In Springfield 3je had heard of a telegram bethjt sent to iJ UrFeorf wA days bV fore the election of Senator Lorimcr Hull to start atr once for- pringfteld with 60000 Attorneys for the defense started from their chairs at these words and a commotion In court followed Patrick Jrf Keeley suspendeH detective former aid who turned against States Attorney Wayman was in dicted on a charge of perjury by the special grand Jury called by the prosecutor to Investigate perjury charges In tho Browne case Rumors were rife that before the case of Browne could go to the Jury halt a dozen more Indictments Involv- Ing persons closely connected with the trial would be voted The Indict mentof Keeley came Just as the Browne defense had closed Its case After Browne closed his defense States Attorney Wayman attacked his case Residents of East St Louis were placed on the stand before Judge Kcrsten to impeach the testimony given George Gloss a motormsn who was one of the most important witnesses for the defense The states witnesses swore they would not believe Gloss under oath A fist fight between States Attorney Wayman and Attorney Erbsteln was narrowly averted in the trial The states attorney was called a trickster by the attorney for the de fense He retorted hotly In a moment Attorneys ODonnell and Forrest were on their feet to sup port their colleague while the states attorneys force Joined in the hubbub New York Gains 387 Per Cent Washington According to omclal eenSus figures given out of the thir teenth census Thursday the popula lion of the city of New York Js 4768 883 ts compared with 3437202 in 1900 and 2507414 In 1890 The in crease from 1900 to 1910 therefore ia 1329681 or 387 per cent American Woman la Killed Munich Bavaria Miss Rose Buck- Ingham of San Francisco was killed and Miss Agnes Boos of the same city was severely injured by a run leavingtheAsks Uniform Stock Law Chattanooga TennAt tho Amen can Bar association meeting here Wednesday the committee on uniform laws reported urging an act to make uniform the law regarding transfer of corporation stock Oldeat MEII Is NlnetyOne Brockton MassJona White the oldest Yale graduate In the world Is living here at the age of ninetyone years Mr White who is one of the oldest barristers in the state gradua ted from Yale in the clas of 1844 Noted Engineer la Dead Montclair N J Charles Talbot Porter au engineer and Inventor of in letnational reputation died Thesda at hs homo hereafter a brief lIlies Hew eihtfivrsd 111 t I 1fi COOK AFTER POLE RECORDS t EXPLORER AGAIN MAKING DASH FOR FROZEN NORTH Goes In Search of Papers and Instruments Which He Says Will Exonerate llm Copenhagen Denmark Dr Fred erick A Cook discredited in the eyes of the world by the findings of the toCliethe north pole again Is on his way to the top of the world From Goodhayn Greenland there came a letter which establishes ap parently beyond doubt that the Brook lyn surgeon Is making his way north ward in the effort to find records and Instruments bo is said to have loft in the frozen north By these records and Instruments Doctor Cook hopes to establish his contention that he was at the north JSlSJL SHJifccaa ot Commander Robert E Peary It is stated in the letter that the Brooklyn man has expressed himself as confident of being able to convince the world he la entitled to full credit as the original discoverer of the pole and to force the scientists at the Unl erslty ot Copenhagen to reverse- their adv J1ei decision In this respect thowdtaz t Jdtter asserts aniong the rest dents pt Greenland there exists the belief that every claim made by Doctor Cook in connection with his dash andlhnto prove An American steamer bound south ward recently dropped anchor In Goodhaven harbor says the letter and from the captain and crew was ob- taIned further confirmation of thereport that Doctor Cook had started a second dash northward with the ob Joct of obtaining the proof which he expects will set him right before the worldc TAFT PLEADS FOR HARMONY In Campaign Letter He Applaud Work of Congress and Telia Plan of Fixing Tariff New York President Taft I keynote letter addressed to WIl- lIam a McKinley of Illinois chairman of the Republican congressional committee and was given out by the Now York headquarters ot the com mittee In it the president defends the Payne tariff law but acknowledges that there are parts of it which maj be amenable to change His plan for getting at the unequal Ues of the law is investigation by the revisionIthat by this means the statute may be adjusted properly without causing uneasiness in the business world Hit seems to me says Mr Tall that all Republicans conservative progressive and radical may weif abide the situation with respect to the tariff untfi evidence now being ae cumulated shall Justify changes in th rates Cnrlttlne Nielsen Married New YorkIt became known Thursday that Christine Nielsen the actress was secretly married on July 15 In Saratoga to Joseph Leffler a real estate dealer and horseman Miss Nielsen will not retire from the stage She Is a native of California Khan of Khiva Dead In Asia St PetersburgThe khan of Khiva Jlakhimof the death He was born ia 18845 Bread and Milk for Seven Ye S Kewaaee IlLFor seven years no food except bread and milk had passed the Ups of William Schmidt a pioneer ot Henry county who died Tuesday seventythree years old He waa active until a few weeks ago Hangs Himself After Arrest New York Because Patrick Gaff ney a sober industrious mechanic of fifty could not master his humiliation over what he felt was a false arrest I he hanged himself Tuesday la ala home la the Bronx S t I l E Y IiIf j AMBULANCE KILLS WOMAN Was On Way To Get Sailor Who Had Been lilt By An Automobile Man Also Injured madlythrougha call to West Third street where a sailor had been hit by an automobile an ambulance plunged into a throng of street car patrons instantly killing fllrs Ferdinand Schlegel aged 57 Delay caused by the mobbing of the ambulance driver Charles Carman who was saved by a sql 1d of police OPMri Schlcgels husband 78 years old ta believed to be dying also his Injuries Ivelng critical because or his age His arm was broken and he was cut and bmlsed The ambulance dashed into tho crowd awaiting cars without ringing Itfi bell which later was found to have been broken Carman attempted to throw his horse but failed OFFICIAL DROPPED DEAD Warden of Indiana Penitentiary Drops Dead During Excitement Caused by Fire Michigan City Ind During a fire at the Indiana state prison here War den James D Reid dropped dead ol heart trouble The fire started in a storeroom among some rags presumably from spontaneous combustion and the warden and other prison officials collect ed there to assist In getting it under control with the aid of the city fire Jlenartjnent and a fire brigade at the prisonTb flre was suppressed before much damage had been done but the war den after considerable agitation suddenly dropped to the floor and expired in a few seconds- Warden Reid was one of the most noted prison men In the country He became head of the prison on Novem ber 1 1901 coming from South Bend He was 52 years oldfSPENT FORTUNE QUICKLY Had Consumption and Wanted to Enjoy Life While It Lasted Phoenix Arizr Mrs Margaret Falcon 21 years old died hero in abject poverty after living a glittering lifa and spending 20000 within six months She was married a year ago to Wil liam Falcon and when she learned that she had consumption they Bought an automobile and traveled a pace that was startling to local society When remonstrated with by friends she calmly rcpliei that she would bi dead soon dead a long time and was going to enjoy every minute of tim and every dollar ot money left to her Her moiey beanvtp run low and seeing that the end ct the pone and the womaxs life were in sight bet husband took what she would give hint and dlserted her Atiiost ler last to give to a little girl whom she had befriended the last dollar she possessed The little girl was only person ot her acquaintance of more favored times that called at the hospital to visit her GOES TO PROPER COURT Crazy Man Wandered Into Probate Judges Room Cincinnati A man who gave nil name as Joseph Knoll who claimed tube from Ann Arbor Mich wandered into the probate court and gave evI- dence that be was mentally unbalanced He walked up to Judge Luo ders who was on the bench and announced that he had killed a man He asked the Judge to send word to his brother Joseph Kroll at Ann Artbor Tell him that if he comes after me I will cut his throat and all the rest of them be shouted The man stated that he was a me chanic and that a brakeman had thrown him from a train near Cincln natl He commenced to give a ram thathebut that Roosevelt was not strenuous enough for him so he quit The man was taken to the Ham mond street police station and locked up Judge Lueders sent a telegram to the address he gave in Ann Arbor DROPPED DEAD ON GOLF LINKS Mansfield OCOl B F Crawford former president ot the National Bis cult company dropped dead on tha golf links of the Country club here Col Crawford had Just returned to his old homo in Mansfield from a years tour of the world He was 67 years ol age and born in Miami county He resigned as president of the biscuit company about five years ago but h still a heavy stockholder and director BANK RESIDENT ARRESTED Rochester N YAs tho result ol disobeying a supreme court order to appear as a witness in the United States Independent Telephone case now on trial Breckenridge Jones president of the Mississippi Valley Trust Co otSt Louis arretea av Cazeijovla was brought to Rochester Efforts were made to secure thattendance of Mr Jones at the first trial In the telephone suits last spring and although served with a subpoena he failed to appear Kidnaped By Gypsies Louisville Ky Edward Koerner 15I has disappeared and Itis believed that he was kidnaped by gypsies Karl Williamson 15 who has been missing returned telling an almost unbeliev able story of abuse at hands of gypsies Loitout In England London Lock but noyces were post ed at all the federated bIpyards ad vising the members of tho Boiler makers society that their services would be dispensed with The trouble to due to a strike ot the riveter uc t t t rr I KENTUCKY I GLEANINGS iIiIWHAT IS GOING ON INcDIFFERENT SECTIONS THE COMMONWEALTH I CALL FOR ORPHAN BRiGADES fficial Call for Annual Reunion Issued By President Wciler 1Louisvillebeen Issued by Capt John H Wellerc president of the Orphan brigade confederate army for the next annual reunion of the veterans of that cozuh mandLouisville Aug 29The annual re- unIon of the First Kentucky brigade of infantry of the confederate army and of the First Kentucky cavalry will bo held on Tuesday and Wednesday c e Iommandssibly do so are urged to attend this reunion There will be but few more meetings of our comrades The thin gray line grows thinner day by day Soon the last one will have crossed over the river to rest under the shade of the trees We should not omit this last to touch e hlbowsmemories of the days that never can clmo again By order of JOHN H WELLER President gSECommittee JAIL DELIVERY Fcur ShortTerm Prisoners Escape From Prison at Glasgow Glasgow Will Goodhue Charles Parrish Will Ross and James Cook sey confined In the county Jail here made their escape When Capt Na Sbytho keye In the door How the pisoners got possession of the keys i vsTwitnessedstories The most plausible theory is that a confederate acquainted wltlf the Jail secured the keys from the Jailers room and passed them to the prisoners who were being allowed the free dom of the corridor The getaway created considerable excitement The were all shortterm prisoners WILL EXTEND RAILROAD Lexington Eastern Will Build 115 Miles of New Road Jackson The Iexlngton Eastern railroad which runs from this city tQ Lexington has filed amended articles of incorporation with the secretary of state whch will permit that line to Increase its indebtedness from 4000 Rusedl t hmatingcounty coal fields and reaching Vir t boalso given power to buy or construct telephone and telegraph lines Itls not known what trunk line Is to be connected with the Lexington Eastern but it is believed in Cincin nati that the line is to be connected with the Norfolk Western road DECIDES AGAINST DISTILLERS County Judge Rules They Must Pay Taxes on Storage Accounts Frankfort County Judge Hieatt de cided that distilleries must pay taXes on their storage accounts for keeping whisky In their warehouses The suit was commonwealth against Kentucky and Warehouse Co for the years that the headquarters of that company was in this county and if the decision stands the warehouse company wilt have to pay taxes on 5000000 for three years or 25000 to the state and 30000 to franklin countyIf court of appeals upholds the decision every distiller In the state will have to pay on storage accounts for the past five years NO INCREASED FEES Frankfort Atty Gen James Breathltt mailed to W S Fitzgerald of Danville president of the State Jailers association an opinion in which he holds that the present Jailers can not receive the increased fees al lowed them in an act ot the last leg islature Breatbttf holds thaUthe charging of fees can not be legally done during their term of office Jailv era elected for the next terms will receive 75 cents a day for the maintenance of prisoners but the present Jailers will only be allowed 50 cents a day for the maintenance of prison- Ers Frankfort Labor men of all trades and conditions will be benefited if they attend the picnic at Glenwood park on Labor day September fi to bear Hon Ellis A Williams ot Louis yule deliver his Labor day speech Much of his addres will be devoted to the conditions of the rural laborers that Is the farmers Louisville Lewis Barret son of tho late Thomas L Barret former pres dent of the National Bank ot Kentucky died of injuries sustained In an automobile accident alnMegularBankof 50000 fully paid up organized brelecting the following board of directors E D Williams James T TWStnInger N T Conn W B Lew is James Pearson and J H Covlngton tJtrust manager and J F Tarpley chlerSharpsburgJamcs 8 Clarke has sold his farm of 190 acres to William Mauley at 12250 per acre rJ r ri- e Tt e 1 t JJ I i STRANGE INCIDENT tt Man A 1Trainrence of with murder who was making hijiTescape on the funeral train of his leged victim took place here when the j- elice officers took Charles Burton a oal miner aged 30 years of Shel bern Ind Into custody and lodged him in the city prieon He Is a minor and is charged with shooting F J Staples twice and killing him at Mine No4 Shelburn ft coal mining town In- ullivan county Ind The body of Staples was In the bag gage car of the train and Burton was riding on the cushions of tim smoker wo men who were membete of the party that was taking the to a point In Dayless county for interment passed through the smoker where they saw Burton and recognized im 4 When the train arrived at Hender son these two members of the funeral narty proceeded to notify Officer Don cnberger who arrested Burton KentuckIntelligeifVcrsailIeoDurlngjfczfc S 1 1Dantese held at Estill Springs September vi 2to5 f Owensboro Preparations are being V made to entertain about 1000 dole ates in fifwhlBlve B JoyleJailers Association of Kentucky InJ iJIInI reParations for the fourth annual meeting of the association which will ho held in London LaureL county on- eptember 6 and 7 yLouisvillefautry composed of troops ffonnLoulB + ilie and vicinity and the ScconaaafJ hird regiments of militiamen other parts of the slate will Louisville September 11 for an campraent of ten days at Fort itjcmin Harrison Ind About 1000 nn will meet in Louisville on 11 and arrive in Jndlanapolis fnenexv morning Barboursville W C BlackV1 city has leased a mining plany Station which has been years He will begin ope Cf early date renovating y t putting a large force Joel Jelllco 1 f ganlzatlon tVhitley Crco t tpJtsibn to tap vfcyed and cons i sin at once f I 2 GreenvilleTJ Vttiflc as istantC 4 Vi btv t lartmeht at ya V 1 yjt IJ arge crowd ofi u i tJ i heretslklngonrjo it i4 6 v farmerMr An j fr y th eon R T f1man from this di stance the servlce yl secured The farm highly pleased with tb Bowling GreenThe convention of the Woman Temperance union was hen city three days last week De VtfChrIStlangether with the local union discusse4r the various phases of W C Trr work f Mrs Frances E Bcauchatnp state Y president of the W C TU was preS j ent throughout the convention and d livered two addresses one on Thurs fday evening and one on Friday after noon LoulsaThe Jury 1nthe cUe against Dr F Dl Marcum lor killing John Whittaker brought In a ven lfif of manslaughter and fixed his PUG s tment at seven years in the jnlten t tiary The killing took place 01 a C p train two years ago Marcum was marshal of Louisa and was re quested by the conductor to arrest Whlttaker and three companions for disorderlyconduct They resisted and in the fight that followed Whit taker was fatally shot The Jury die agreed in tile first trial Russellvllle The old confederate veterans of Logan county will hold a reunion In Russellville September 1 A big basket dinner and plenty of mu sic will go to make the day enjoyable l Prof J W Repass president of Logan Female college will deliver the chief address of the day and recitations suitIable to the occasion will be made by others present The veterans will hold an annual reunion In some portion of the county each year after this For the reunion September 8 a committee has been appointed and nothing win be left undone to make the day cno long to be remembered HopkinsvllleThe 1gdele gates have been appointed by County S Judge Knight to represent Christian county at the good roads convention at the Kentucky state fair at Louis ville September 15 II C Forbes ICharles E Baker W D Martin Ed ward Payne T C Underwood Frank r I1GabeTrout this county The weapon used was a shotgun The wonnded man was llstaken to Madison Ind and the sur geons took from his flesh 45 shots l I Lexington There seems to be serf ous danger of Company C the organl r nation of State Guards which has long been maintained here being mustered out of service at the request of its commander Cap J R Sams on ac count of the failure of the city and county to provide a suitable armory wherein the men may drill and keep 0 up their efficiency Ellrabethtown The Hardin County Farmers institute will convene hero September 7 and 8 The experiment station at Lexington will send four experienced agricultural speakers for the occasion t I 1 fSYNOPSIS1 i i i Thomas Ardmore and Henry MaIne GrtMvoM stumble when the Carolinatallies himself with Barbara Osborne f daughter of tIa governor of South Carl ai yUnawhllo Antmore espouse the cause of I Dangerfield daughter of the goY s ernor of North Carolina These two Indies ftto trjlne to fill the shoes ot their fa il thers while the latter are missing Both 1 1 states are In a turmoil over one Apple weight an outlaw with great political In poalSyOi 1tomake the other prosecute Both hl1I4 S scouting the border Grlswold rap tures Applewelght but Jerry finds him T and takes him to Ardsley her own pris t xoner Ardmore arrests a man on Ills a who says he Is Coy Oabornc asIiSs militia The North Carolina mllltla Is 1called Into action When Col Qllllngwa nance finds that real war Is 1 afoot he flees Applewelght Is takena kd of cretly by Ardmoro and lodged In a Jail 5 c i ArdsleyArdmore1 and Foster treasurer of North Carolina j have been arrested i = CHAPTER XIX 1 It r r V In the Red Bungalow b tWhlt do you think cried Mrs I A glowing before Jerry and Ardmore on their return we have a guest Ii iew In the coal cellarr Inquired her brothern I No in tho blue room adjoining Miss Dangerflelds And what do you It Is nono other than the S of the governor of South J IthinkS Nellie gasped ArdmoroVY whats the matter demand eilJdrs Atchison I had gone In to methorialpwere there and I A1 med from the rector that MlssOs It flop with only a maid was stopping at that wretched hole called the Mat 1 Jostle hotel I had met Miss Osborne youto our ts e 9 t vi ers side lam a Daughter of Ute Sem 1 Jslnoie War n society of which Miss 1 i J4PBDorne Is the president general I 1 Jo Osbornes presence herol t J v uwlIL not be offensive to you Miss Ar VD ngerneId She seemed reluctant to S I tme but I atnply would not take no e I am to send for her at four tt ck t Xsbdifnes presence is not i Ireeablo to me Mrs Atchison youIi ng ler through Vhom Barbarat p es membership In the5 I J f t I i ihe Seminole War was t s4 i vlcted of robbing an t SQ estate he was thet i t Irandsuch being the r 4t the commonest Chris 1ltb rsuou 9 5theiot Wn41ycpBsid wlllRather oome roeea iitnloit utav ttem ler Toom when she 81 t1lsl so a1Su i afternoon Several more I q l reponeats were found tI Sg bout the estate and thoy 4 padded to ue howling mob In the iI r cellars i a t t has all happened very naadllyo erluiBw said Collins weve grit the t nlf hMtprleetll1swspaper talent In the i ltllihttmder ourbands ndbe t lore we turn loose well dictate exactly what liistory Is to know Of j 7V f theee dark proceedings When weve settled with Griswold n I proved to bhn That hes lost out it VnM that the real Mr Applewelghtls 5 J tnhlz Jail n tours well have to ad GOT ngerfieldand be mighty I 55S4 t itL rcaoun artillery guarding the Dil t i t tfeli county Jail and that theyvef l f tootthepeople Into thinking theyre North Carolina troops and nobody I o can get within four blocks t f the jail JP They must have somebody In jail atf e Jji Klidare I dont flits the looks ut It t Jerry a pleasing figure to contQm 11 plate In white lawn and blue ribbons p f i suggested that the meeting take pce in the library as more like an J tlalcptmci chamber but Ard mere w dissented from this A ro t c peace saould never be signed maintained 1nso large a house V5 y Ardsley At Appomattox and It teasr stter caiesthat he calledthe- r rrf STOiieHts et In humble farmhouses tbey flaally agreed on the red bungat low u convenient and sufflciently teodeet tort1epurp08eAndso It was r c sdrasged 5Afew minutes before the the flag t r IL5 f North CaroUna was hung from the WWeTerandatrthebungalow AtthI ht JAoorst an arms militiaman Ccl Z I i 2RuMlec 1114 been Invited to be T jBeBent and he appeared accompanied fft r Sc Sby several other omcers In full uni J J Iae m Word ottbo meeting place ha I t iI l p heBaeat hruugh the Unes to the eH1y and the messenger mde bad 4 if 1f ilrtth Griswold who was followed tt t j flpalckly bytbaadlutant several o I t t iiteHtlJ and a dozen otb r f s ereSlcers TK guardS saluted as Otis zI w4raD lap the steps of toe verandar 9 JHi at thedoorArdmoremethimEIS taJ1c 1 tweted him formalytt 5At the eU of a losig tableJ rr Slii1 o TMece IftWfthher arms folded t CIJt like wore as befitting the occasion f iia7 and a gray felt ba 1 1r t pitched a trlle to oae side i = l 1 he bowed eeidly to Grlswold w roomSrif rz terd iate doorway went t0 hi Jj 1ic lIMacket with gesture that Md r1 r t Iieeo gretly disliked but Orls f tV adiJI v I4 f Mt DedeId and genliemen A L1 5bsa Geiswo4rIth an air otacl1 lftrUl oi1 5reig a eupreie trbuaal I be- i lIe t1 ttercI el1dllupoJi1 41 t i rLtIte rre to oeApeweight ael1I h n tl1ref Carol1na f1 4ff If t v 1 kg 7JMC i I tf It WM Jmy w Wirr t d htarr 1riI r t j V Ok 11Ctc n viI ts4cjfL z f J L J 4 1 0tjij 1 M IJ4rJl frv J p6flt J tJ j F IJty r 1 1It fl I lr Jt t f = i 1 her little fists clenching a glint of fire In her eyes It is for me to ask your pardon thltthisany state and proceed It has been your endeavor to see this man under arrest In South Carolina thus reliev- Ing North Carolina or her chief executive of responsibility for him We on our side have used every efort to lodge Applewelght Jail on your side of the state line Am I correct Jerry nodded affirmatively Then Miss Dangerfield and gen tlemen I must tell you that you have lost your contention for Applewelght spent last night in Jail at Klldaro and to secure his safe retention there we generously lent your state a few of our militia to guard him The proceeding was a trifle Irregular wo ad mltthe least bit ultra viresbut the peculiar situation seemed to justify- us There are not two Bill Apple weights remarked Col Daubenspeck I assure you that the real criminal spent last night In Jail at Turner Court House guarded by trustworthy men and we are able to produce him The quickest way to settle this At the Door Stood point Prof Griswold is lay bringing in your man remarked Ardmore telly OrisItone was confident as there is no reason for doubt that wo have the real Applewelght and as we are on your territory and 1114 measure youIman you Apple elghtthat we may have a look at him first- Certainly said Jerry Our pris oner does not deny his identity It gives U8 pleasure to produce him theIorderly at ran off to where Cooke and the prisoner waited In the Interval there was a general exchange of introductions at bungalow The adjutant general c moodIn upon j deadly character of apples found In his orchard beyond the Raccoon- I deeply regret said Ardmoro djutantI1from a severe attack of paralyula and will be unable to meet with us I deplore the fact replied the ad Jutant general wf South Carolina Coon ot our scouts picked up a darky in the highway a while ago who had on a uniform dresscoat with the la itials It G sewed in the pocket If you will return that garment te me general said Ardmore I wil see that It reaches Cot Gilllngwater by special messenger where upon his couch of pain he chafes over bis en forced absence from the field of danger Steps sounded on the veranda an4 tal rose as Cooke appeared in VIe prisonerfcompany In gloomy silence This man said Arcmorewe de clare to be Dill Applewelght alias Pr teet 1 ask you slrhe addressed whetherYo1rlxamesT PtJmt onIover is Roger Cooke for many years lath secret service of the United privatelCooke I will ask you whether you identify this man as Applewelght There is no doubt of It whatever I have known him for years I once arrested him for moonshlning and he served a year in the penitentiary as the result of that arrest You will par don aid sir Cooke continued ad dressing Griswold directly but this U undoubtedly the man you had your self captured at Mount Nebo church lID i two nights ago but who was taken from you as you may not know by Miss Geraldine Dangerfield She was lost In the woods and came upon the captive much to her own surprise Griswold lifted his brows in amazement and turned toward Jerry If that is the case Miss Danger field I salute you I am sorry to con fess however that I did not myself sle the man who was captured by my friends at the church owing It appears to Miss Dangorflelds prompt and daring action and the regrettable cowardice of my men I want to say to you gentlemen In all frankness that I am greatly astonished at what you tell me Our prisoner Is about the same height as this man has the same slight stoop In the shoulders and the same short beard but there the resemblance ends Ardmore was trying not to show too plainly his Joy at Griswolds discom fiture None of the South Carolina officers had ever seen Applewclght as they lived remote front the scene of his exploits Habershnms men who had BO signally failed In the descent upon Mount Nebo church had taken to the woods on the appearance of tho state soldiery along the border and could not be found to Identify the man seized at the house on the creek Ilabersham had discreetly declined to support Griswolds venture at tho last moment to do so would he pleaded ruin his chances of political prefer ment in the future or worse things might Indeed happen if he coun tenanced and supported the armed in vasion of North Carolina by South Carolina militia The zealous young militiamen who bad captured the stranger in the house on the creek had pronounced the man Applewelght and their statement had been accept ed and emphasized when the man was taken before Grlswold to whom he an Armed Militiaman stubbornly refused to make auy state ment whatever Now that you cannot deny that we have the real Applewelght began Jerry who Is you must remember a prisoner of the state of South Caro line and must be returned to the Mingo county Jail at once I think we may as well look at your prisoner Prof Griswold He may be one of Mr Applewelghts associates in bus ness but as wo are interested only in the chief culprit the Identity of the man you hold is of very little interest to us If said Griswold he is not Ap plewelght the original blown in the bottlc Jug if you please Interposed seriouslyt about Urn and I shall make you a present of him Or remarked Ardmore 1 might exchange him for a ruffian captured myself down on the Raccoon lIe hlmthan and I locked him up In a corn- crib for safe keeping TO BE CONTINUED THREE ACTORS IN SORROW Showing How Easily Makers of Mirth May Be Involved In Personal Tragedy tragedlesffIler who has Just returned from Sioux City la where he encountered Ce Wolf Hopper and Arthur Dunn The trio West hotel la Sioux City It wascheir first meeting In years After the exchange of cour tesles bad been passed Mr Dunn asked Hopper How are your folks and received the reply Very well thank youHow are yoursrNIm mense replied Dunn Three days later Mr Hopper re ceived a wire announcing the death of his mother and was forced to cancel engagements That same day two hours later Mr Dunn received a tele graphic announcement of his fathers death and on the same night was in formed that his brotbcrlnlaw Ezra Kendall had passed away The man met oo the outgoing train from Sioux City and condoled with each other over the bereavement which had be fallen them Chicago American No Place for Him Its a funny thing said the tall man but when we lived on the first floor of our apartment house we had one baby Twins came when we moved to the second floor and Thats enough yelled the short man in wild excitement Im going to vacate tomorrow Weve Just stored on the fourth Soon J Jilt 1 1 Ai J l oj ITHE MARKETS I Cincinnati Grain Wheat No 2 red lal03 No 3 red 9atl9c CornNo 2 white CSSa C4c No 3 white 63a63fc No 2 yel low G2aG2c No 3 yellow ClaG2c No3 mixed 61aClc yellow ear C3a C5c mixed Jar 63aG5c white ear G2a G4c OatsNo2 white 35a3Gc No 3 white 38a34c standard white 34a 341Ac No 2 mixed 32 ia32c No 3 mixed 32a32e HayNo 1 timothy J1725al775 No2 timothy 1575a 1625 No3 timothy 132aal875 No1 clover mixed 1450al5 No 2 clover mixed 13al350 Barley No 2 spring H0a83c No 3 70a75c RyeNo 2 75a77o Jfo 3 72a74c MaltSpring barley STaaOc Cincinnati Live Stock CattleShippers 625a715 butcner steers extra 610a650 good to choice 525a6 heifers extra g510a525 good to choice 425aa cows extra f475a5 good to choice 1a4fJBullJ Bolognas U5a425 fat bulls 425 a475 Calves Extra 950 fair to good 7a925 HogsSelected heavy 9G5a 975 good to choice packers and butchers 975a9SO mixed packers J950a980 common to choice heavy fat BOWS S625aS25 light shippers J9651 9SO pigs 110 Ibs and less 875a 59SO Sheep Extra J425 good to choice 535ua415 Lambs Extra S725a735 good to choice 6a715 yearlings 4a525 CTnclnn Miscellaneous ButterExtras 3Z c Ib firsts 31c fancy dairy 2Ic PoultryHens 12c Ib spring chicken 13c spring ducks 12c turkeys 19c geese 6a7c Eggs Prime firsts 23jc doz firsts 21c Apples Maiden Blush I bbl fancy 3 medium 150a2 Huckleberries 350 a4 bu Peaches 175a250 crate Potatoes Homegrown 2a250 bbl sweet J250 bbl Pears Bartlett 250 bu Plums Wild Goose lal50 bu abundant 7Cca125 damsons 1SOa 175 6basket crate Sugar CornSa lOc dos String Beans lal25 2bu sack Tomatoes 50a75c bu Water melons 15a25c each WIDE ACTIVITY INDICATED Decrease of Bank Clearings In New York City Cause of 15 Per Cent Loss as a Whole New YorkDuns Review says The movement In most departments of trade and Industry is indicative of Increased confidence and wider acUv ity as the fall season draws near While the August clearings as a whole were 15 per cent under those of 1900 this was due entirely to the big decrease in New York for outside that city there was a small gain During theVlast week there has been a falling off of 325 per cent In New York and of 41 per cent outside Railroad earnings in three weeks of Hgust Increased 61 per cent The tjost striking event ot the week was an advance in August cotton to 20 cents the highest price In a genera tion due to covering by shorts but other months were not affected and the crop advices put the cotton con lth11lastyearraolticnT Isi hotreter under the tflast month f Further progress appears in Iron and steel the recent Improvement to demand now becoming more impres siTe Conditions la the pig Iron di vision are distinctly better and higher prices are asked for next years delivery although some concessions are noted for early shipment Sales of close to 70000 tons have been made of late and several Important inquiries are pending which create a hopeful sentiment regarding prospects for a large fall business In the finished lines also the situation is more en couraging specifications being heavy In all departments A sensational advance dn the Au gust cotton option on Monday brought the highest price In over three de cades further covering by the short account forcing quotations upward to 20 cents per pound This development was wholly due to speculative Influences and the new crop deliveries were not affected some weakness ap pearing later in the week on pros pects of a large movement and slight ly better crop advlces Bradstreets Review New YorkBradstreets says Best reports as to fall Jobbing trade still come from the leading western cities and there is apparent a fairly free movement of staples and and ap preciable Improvement in collections In the centers feeling the impetus of the unexampled movement of grain to market At a few southern centers too there is a trifle more activity There were more failures in August than in any preceding month since March The total 934 was 8 per cent larger than in July this year or than in August last year though 7 per cent smaller than in August 1903 Liabili ties aggregated S119335S9 an In crease of 42 per cent over August year but 53 per cent below August 1308 New York City has 23 per more failures than in August a year ego Wheat Including flour exports the United States and Canada for the week ending September 1 aggregate 1924 1SS bushels against 1293914 bushels last week and 3188611 bush els this week last year For the nine weeks ending September 1 exports arc 1226Sr73 bushels against 1721684 bushels in the corresponding period last year Corn exports for the week are 216 403 bushels against 139169 bushels last week and 177939 bushels In 1909 For the nine weeks ending September 1 corn exports are 2312405 bushels against 962431 bushels last year Louisville Tobacc- oLouisvllleEverything was quiet on the local breaks The Main street house sold 22 hhds of burluy at 1325 to 2250 an average of about 1775 The tobacco was from Brown county of a good quality and the sale was sat isfactory in every way DallurexArter shooting and to tally wounding his 16yearcW wife at their borne here W Jones 19 sent a bullet through his brain dying instantly Domestic triable is supposed have caused the tragedy A JJ S 11 J A PRIMITIVE POST OFFICE Uncle Sam In His Growth and Prosperity Hasnt Yet Outlived This Borderland Relic exceptionoteroomlogof the highest hills of the Ozark moun tains in Stone county about two miles south of Reed Springs The old post office was known as Ruth and furnished mall to the natives of a large section of Stone county for many years before the Missouri Pacific rail countyWhileof construction the mmbers of the construction gang who for many months camped about the big spring which has since become the center of the little railway town known as Reed Springs walked dally to the little old log cabin government building two miles away to receive the tidings from some other quarter of the coun try The digging of one of the longest tunnels in the state that Just east of Reed Springs a little more than a half mile long which connects the valley In which the town Is with the Roark country kept the railway laborers In ramp near the post office for more than six months In this time the business of the diminutive post offlca otSambulkythathef to put up another goods box to keep the papers in It appeared for a while that In order to have room for the large amount of letters papers and packages which found their way to the ten by twelve feet post office the government offi cia would have to devote all his time to the work of distributing the mall and move his few caddies of tobacco boxes of soap barrels of sugar and salt and other staple articles neces sary to a country store to some other shelterWall by gollies I never did see the like exclaimed the postmaster one evening as he emptied the contents of a wellnlled mall pouch which the carrier had Just unloaded at the Ruth office Them fellers down yonder do beat all fer gittin maUl I vum It keeps me busy looking over all this mall till I aint got much time to tend to my customers The old post office became the cen tral point of interest for the people for miles around while the big bus ness continued The old farmers the farmers sons and even the housewives and their shy daughters took to going to the store of an evening after quitting time not that they had any particular business there but to see the long line of railway workers j The Ruth Post Office file to the lone door of the small gov ernment building and wait their turns to ask if there was any mall But the rush of business for the log cabin post office of Ruth was only the boom before the slush With th completion of the big tunnel of solid rock the construction gang movedVOfl leaving the post office as before With the completion of the railway came the settlement of Reed Springs tc which place in a short time the Ruth post office was moved OF GREAT ECONOMIC VALUE Our Many Harmless Insects and Bird I That Prey Upon the Myrlada of Destroying Insects Indianapolis The average person has little appreciation of the economic value of certain harmless insects In preying upon and destroying insect like the browntall and gypsy moths which has done such damage particu larly In New England These harmless insects said Dr A K Peterson of this city recently have a vital relation tc civilization Just as the birds It not be long before there win be a gen thte the exceptiontare a rea force Whippoorwillstair Just after sunset every night Ml theIcatchers are just as busy by day and anyone who has ever observed a wood pecker running up and down a tree trunk knows that neither bug not borer escapes The birds are invaluable as insect destroyers and they de Btroy immense quantities of seeds from harmful plants Pays Hlh for Aid McDonald PaWord came from Texas the other day that the will of John Ennis who recently died at C- pus rChristi leaves all his estate val ued at 1000000 to his wife during her life and that at her death it Is to be equally divided between Boyce Rankin and his wife Nancy Ferguson Rankin This uncovers a romantic tale of the agoJacka million was then a poor teamster is- the oil fields herea teamster without credit Rankin who was clerk la Vfeed store took pity on Ennls and ax tended him credit for hone feed at I IUme when credit wu needed V5 f Jij g2 j 3 t II i + + + + t+ Uitt Jut u i ROUND ABOUT 1 THE STATE IMOST IMPORTANTNEWS FROM ALL OF KENTUCKYI H Ut WILL MEET AT STATE FAIR Different Organizations Booked for Conventions at Louisville Louisville Several conventions and formal sessions of different organiza tions have been booked for meetings In this city during State Fair week and numerous other organizations are now making arrangements for such meetings with dates yet to be select ed All meetings will be held at the State Fair grounds The annual meet- Ing of the Kentucky State Agricul tuna society will be held In convention hall at the fair grounds on Wednes day afternoon at 2 oclock The ses aba will be called to order by Presi dent M F Johnson of Fern Creek Announcement was made of the program for the good roads conven tlon to be held on Thursday after noon under the auspices of the Ken tucky Good Roads association Senator Joe F Bosworth of MIddlesboro president of the association will preside The purposes of the convention and of the work of the association will be discussed by H A Sommers of Elizabethtown chairman for good roads day R J McBryde of the Louisville Times will speak on The Press and Good Roads Rural Delivery and Good Roads is the sub ject of a paper which will be read by a representative of the postoffice de partment at Washington A representative of the bureau of good roads United States department of agricul ture will discuss What the Federal Government Is Doing to Develop Good Roads Sentiment Miscellaneous business will be transacted and every thing possible done to give Impetus to the good roads movement in Ken tuckyFriday will be known as Traveling Mens day at the State Fair and the knights of the grip will hold a conven tion during the afternoon Represen tatives from all commercial organizations of the state will assemble In convention at the fair grounds on Fri day afternoon from 4 to 6 oclock A formal gathering of Confederate veterans will be held in the model school FridayIready scheduled is that of the Burr Orpington club which will meet at 1 oclock Saturday afternoon This meeting has been called by J Duncan Bell of Paris president of the club CARLISLE MAY HAVE FAIR Commercial Cliib Backing Movement to Organize Stock Company CirlsleA Nicholas county fair to b held at Carlisle will probably open its eaten to the public next year AI movement to organize a stocltcon pany for this purpose Is backed by the Carlisle Commercial club and already over 25 shares of the value oCSIOO each have been spoken for and the promoters feel confident that all of the stock will soon be taken Options on three different tracts of ground for the fair grounds have been taken It Is said that racing meets will be held as a regulation track will be constructed The project is said to have the backing ot a number of the most prominent business men and the deal will probably be consummated at onceaBOOM tN FARM LANDS BSbelbyvl1leThe boom in farm lands along the line of the new Louis ville Eastern still continues Chester Turner sold 200 acres of hla farm for 125 per acre end almost before the Ink on the contract had dried the pur Chaser was offered a bonus of 1000 Dr H D Rodman of Louisville re cently sold one of his farms in the same neighborhood to W R Spann for 150 per acre and the purchaser has since refused 200 Dr Rodmans other farm containing the famous Creekmee dairy barns etc has Just been sold to his nephew John A Rod man but the price was not made pub Uc O O F Delegates to Grand Lodge ParisE B January W C Dodson James Daugherty C Ant Eparger James R Stivers Roy Clen denln W S Kiser Charles McChord Charles Clendenin and Tames H Ryo- II will represent Bourbon lodge No 23 I O O F as delegates lo the meeting of the grand lodge in Lexington Octo bet 111ICr January Is for the 17th consecutive time enjoying the honor of being selected as a delegate to the grand lodge meeting having been in ttendance at each meeting ncedonIbe double tracked to handle the Burlington trains until the new bridge is completed at Metropolis Ill 12 miles below here The Illinois Cen tral is also making extensive repairs- on two transfer boats which will be used Between Paducah and Metropolis Lumber has also been delivered for cattle pens and horse corrals which will be located near the Incline The Metropolis Incline Is also being built Trains will be running into Metropolis by October 1 Glasgow J T Cheatham aged 75 years and Mrs Virgie Eaton aged 60 were married here Mr Cheatham was formerly county court clerk of Cumberland county Kentucky and when married 45 years ago issued his own license This is the third matri menial venture for the bride LVersalllesTbe burley tobacco growers of Woodford county will hold a big rally at the fair grounds here on AIpresentS t iI 14 FVS VSPLANS FOR BIG EXHIBITS j State Bottlers Association Will At r tend State Fair September 15 Louisville The Louisville l3ottlcrsV i association held a meeting to discuss plans for tho meeting of the State Bot tiers association to be held at the fstate fair on September 15 PreparaJr i tlons have been made by the aa soclatlon to entertain the j 8tet jV the convention of the State Bottlers association and while the local aaio elation was organized only afQew J 4in f Plans for several big exhibits h state fair have been made by tTassociation and in order that a I latest bottling machinery cacc P chown to advantage at the convenI tthe local committee has secured spacV on the fair grounds foro big tent 1 in which to make the exhibit 5evVcial manufacturers of bottling malchinery will have representatives at the fair with samples of their ma chinery RETURNS AFTER VAIN SEARCH Farmer Travels Six States Looking for 4 Kidnaped Daughter Princeton Robbed of his wife by death and of his only child by kidV napers Texts Allison a prosperous farmer has returned home after a vain j search through six southern states Little Gladys Allison was abducted while returning from the funeral oL her mother at Shreveport La and since then her father has been unable vVto find a single trace of the childs whereabouts 4 He Is not a rich man and does notVbelieve the little girl was taken In the hope of securing a reward and be sides the kidnapers vhave given him no chance lo pay a ransom The Shreveport authorities have been unable to secure the slightest clew and the affair Is as much a mys tery as on the day of the disappear ance I The Commonwa1t1ijGl- asgowAfter suffering for three 4days and nights with hiccoughs Prof Rona Brown one of the bestknowc teachers of this county died aged 3V years Prof Brown was in his usual good health when be was strickecV j with hiccoughs in the classroom Frankfort After quarreling will her husband over a trivial matter ai the Capital Fair Mrs Neve White aged 18 who Is a bride of two months Jumped Into the Kentucky river above the fair grounds and committed cut clde Her money was found tied iV j f ishoesof the Kentucky School for the Deaf i twas held at thatlustltuUonlnthls city The reunions whl h TrfesJj portant eventS in theVIIvee of the gra 1 uatearare held every three years ant ithere IK usually a large xttcndaHce f 4S One of the features of the acetlng was t t titLifFrankfort Jj F Ramey bank clerk in the secretary of states ollce has t received applications ton climrters for two new banks A bank with a capI iftal stock of 15000 has been organ t Ized at Lynn Grove Calloway county Jf A and the Springfield State bnk of Springfield with a capital stock t 50000 wants a charter f Paducah Fire believed tOV have been started by rats chewing matches destroyed the twostory frame resl dence of jE Peters occupied by Mar tin Hayblck at Little Cypress this county The contents were all lost The loss Is 2000 and there was noV Insurance Hayblck is pursued by lit luck as recently his barn was burned MunfordvilleRobert Richardson of Uno this county died from the ef fects of a knife wound he received Ut the back It Is alleged at the bands of Tom Radford a negro farm handV They had a difficulty over a settlement lnjaUIon was about 40 years ot age and leaves a wife and children Paducah The farmers union held a big rally at Rouses grove this coun ty which was attended by abont000V people It was for the purpose of in creasing the membership of the organization After a barbecue dinner the speeches were begun and continued until late The principal addresses were made by J F Hughes otieltch geld and John Jones of Carlialet county s Frankfort During the past month Jthe outstanding warrants against the state were Increased about 39QO asttijtr i la shown by the report of A James for the month of August The outstanding warrants at the close of business August 31 amounted to 1 ftiC3222043 and at the close of buslnesss July 1 they were 16O25976 The t 1balance In the sinking fund IsSI42 74744 school fund 37344U43 anli 4 ithe deficit In the general expenditure fund amounts to 11404822 Iicountylost 5 the caving in of a bank In which ho was attempting to dlg an opening tor s the mouth of a coal mine Beyer was caught by the slide and was in an ta 4 unconscious condition when discoverVcd by a farmer living In the vlchiltyAThe farmer hastened to his assistance and after dragging him out from under the mass of earth that held him sumj monejd a doctor who arrived too aVto save his lifeVCountyFarmerscity October 14 and 15 Hopklnsvllle The seventh annual meeting of the Christian counti horse show will be held at Pembroke Sep tember 610 Only night sessions will 4 be held and the program is the best n the association has ever arranged t Larger prizes are hung up and the finest horses in Kentucky and adjoin ing states will he exhibited tLexington The suits recently filed by County Treasurer J Waller Rod gi against Sheriff Dan Scott because theA A latter had declined to turn over to the i farmer certain moneys collected railroad franchise tax were with 4drawn J 53 e J J J ft h itj8 4 t tSof t 1 Jot I h iV 41I i1M 5i Sy b A w HL NG3V 1403 OU1LOOKLo 1 PUBLISHED VEEKLYFr PWINGSVILLE KY rt Entered to Act of KiSKy Postoffice as secondclass mutter0 TUB OUTLOOKS subscription f rjXtes are as follows f ie year One Dollar- r iI months Sixty Cents 4 J 1i5ee months Thirtyfive Cents r t irt commissions allowed any I fr oobdy on subscriptions ws Subscribers desiring a change wIaddress when writing t Correspondents should always get their items to us not later i than if possible when 5I out of stationery mention it on a f separate slip of paper isrI ff st is welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in Iserted dont Walt until Tuesday or wSe r VKV days0 i 7 Sign your name to communica fr tions or they may go to the waste I r 1s sket pt Advertisers wishing a chan a I or discontinuance of ad shouthf inform us the week publication day all communications to 4 tdOHNW HONAKER Owingsnlle Itft ly Y jL THURSDAY SEPT 8 1910 TANNOUNCEMENTSt We are authorized to announce4 Will J Fields of Carter county Bssubject to the action of the Den J1 ocratic party ft THE Weather Chief at Wash ington says its no use to shoot i up the sky to make it rain l Besides Its dangerous to the air f 4 4 ship man TOM WATSON of Georgia like the celebrated Finnegan is off- 8gain on again gone again U Hehad hardly got back iittothe mOCratl partybeforehebo1ted Hokei SiRjtha Congressman bothrecently mirta t ted h nrviit SS fuscama i for theItslir1 b4aithate8 thatCc i J iaaybe the Presiden f3 1 hT uus tt T hE Utf014c lab v i orat5 f 1pogram Jbf progressive c i SiBvguotedidenymgthat it has I Ibughttlfcl909 lOOBurwto tacco andimposition is serene wviW and timitinirhel910 at 36Qoo0oOo Ol1ndsBut ybii icant always or hardly ever juddhtfrust by1 means W t ayactI tiJj new census gives New b i4j76688lpopulati n IJbn4onll s about 7500000 At their 1t rate of increase ItheywUl eh hayc U 200000 in 1986 H9eyer neither isHkiely tokE its present rate of jnr feroMl rP be too rear larowa t gethcr in the highly ti atcity offI7 JcgrciLDiVideColorado in one Tfithfe wildest parts of theRpcky bII I tIttJy iWFiremah Bachman of a j Cr 4o Midland ainwitl1 in 6 V tBHtPjto Tbb i the evnen car r i Wdgedunde the train IDmgtoIfI TObbrait the head with a rock havingJOsIr lsL t1 thi hImmtheIeg IThe robi t jA la instantly killed b 1 1 th rock Stewart deserves a i eieinel f9 1 4r Js 1 I COBBeSPONDENCEtylfc i lv jbWiLVI lO irjtc7 001 Li- IsS4 thdaome damage- i t gIr4t5 mil J P and Morris y i yc fnearBet1i I wereguests i tJW Grain and family Tues r 6fki week pISge crowd attended the mVt c5i 1 t fevjsiteaiIo t pranJrCIbj jt j VtCIP ce hasappendicitis- Mftr Elj t Nylor Bradley anJtW9 aleiS5rittElyBradIy 1riiJ f I e Saturday tp yisityrela jlItJ tvt rIH 44 v n I tr tw J J t F fi o t J I S5al f J hf 4 1 T I Ir J I rc J 7i f rsl4I r i f I 1 z d 0 oIe t7i1 r 1itccl i Jtf71S YcbSt ft t 1 I irh 0 C F iS j j J r D Rawlings and grandson ren returned last week after months visit with relatives at ankfort T R Ratliff and wife Marion Story and wife Mrs Bess Kerns Mrs Tom Taylor and Miss Maud ssick went Saturday to Cincinnati to spend several daysyeMrs Forrest Willeroy was the gu ar bedburg several days last weekfo Pebble A C Hendrix sold a horse to Omar Rodgers for 180 Rev Arnold closed a tendays meeting at Fairview with a bas ket meeting Sunday The crowd as estimated at 800 Miss Ziff Woo ard is some bet ter of her illness Tohn Daugherty Ibst by death a good broodmare J D Woodard of Edina Mo visiting his father Sam Wood ard and other relatives here Halereek after a months visit with the latters parents J A Powell and wifeMMoores FerrytcoMrs Hattie P f Yale are visiting relatives ere Mrs Amanda Karrick and Mrs Jane Newman of near Salt Lick spent from Saturday till Monday with Mrs John Otistv yisitedfew days the past week Misses Anna and Emma Otis spent Thursday night with J J Coyle and familyon Prickly Ash John Otis bought a cow of G Myers for 35pRobert Sorrell is getting able to go around John Otis sold a sow and five pigs to Tom Craig for 20 Married Wednesday Aug 31 at the home of Elihu Ford JLFord and MissMary Vanlandinc Cassityofflciting w R hifeladyi The groom is a son of W industriousllong and happy life l S Crooks foin satt meldand son bf Stoop isitfed relatives here Saf urday and Sundayoxia Npca andyiplaJ3iibert uZMblland s here t Miss y Fannie CariiIchaelvisitEa relatives on v uisitedshould have been John War ten and wife of Oklahoma vis ting here instead of John Moore ia printed last week Wills Hendrix a toubledeckersey City Wednesday and a arload of cattle to Cincinnati SaturdaySSianLathram shipped a mixed carload of hogs and cattle to Ciri cinnati Wednesday Mrs Nellie Fitch and children of Olympia visited her sister MrsJo several days ast week Dr Shultz and wife of Jeff r soriville are visiting his brother Perry herevBorn to Ben Wells and wife Sept 3 asonIStQDStono J Wv Johnson and wife of Thompson station spent Sate day and Sunday with Joe Rand iray wife Mrs Saro Craig of Salt Lick i visiting her uncle John Kar rick and wife veryIC B Reidand wife Frank MaryLyleexander and family spenifewnt ri Cojhf ort Va IM Wm Helwig ison the Miss Lottie Bittinger of Mt Sterling relatives here last weelc Mrs4 Frank Young of wings visiting mothrMrs Sue Jones Walter Quisenberry was kicked beloYthekneetrouble Luther Bktenger visited his grandfather P H Bittinger at the Soldiers Home in Pennsylvania last week Miss TVIillie Carmichael son the sick list Tames lCarpentetVas driving colt One day astweekand itjan off with him throwing him out bfrthe cartand bruising lip very i3nliyJ1 L Jt 1 tr fr i Ci t dfi jf 1 f o rqr r Y IJ rfi J 4 r- eS111 I r Wm Carmichael and Sam Blev ins visited Dawson Royse and wife near Paris last iveckJ HiZUOOUB The weather has badly delayed ou daAt to be Mrs tOPPedIout again sjorcome back than the one who w heBornson and wife a daughter L H Fassett sold G GOOpound heifers to Thos Roberson at 4c R E Tipton is still suffering with his injured shoulder T N Coons of North Middle town is here building a large to bajco barn on his farm Born Aug 28 to the wife of iieorge Parks a daughter Mrs E L Fassett was a visitor at Bethel Thursday Heaton Foley have engaged in the meat business at Judy Montgomerty countys Big eeting is in progress this week nd as a consequence some of he boys have made themselves small tBornander and wife of Springfield a son Henry and Miss Annie Morgan f Mt Sterling came Saturday o visit ther aunt Mrs Thomas Warner Harve Sexton of near Owings ville is here building a tobacco barn for E L Fassett- It is said that there is not an acre of hemp in Montgomery Co his time Highpriced tobacco other things out of the run ninp S F Deal and wife visited the family of Thomas McClain in Bourbon county Sunday H C Ficklin and wife visited the family of Ed Toy at Side view Sunday Bridges Bros are at the Bour bon fair this week with their orse King of Montgomery On Fr day night while makinga l1on the Tipton pike Dr IlE MaY drove into Hinkston thinking it was fords eThe water was high and very riojt swim dacrossSo Dpctor horse and buggy flpatr ddon stream They h ng u nwaterg the horse getqnk its4g t fostened inn could Aot 2eachelp Ike Stackhouse sWamJn nd cut the horse loose but lit could not be gptten to the band iamedamage was done though it surer ly was a miracle jjvlrs Amanda Clay and daugh ter delightfully entertained t their hospitable home last week he following house party D H James wife and daughters Miss es Jennie Sarah and Annie T and son Robert L Mesdames J fartaScof Lexington Miss Mattie Belle Combs of Burgin Ky Mrs F H Reffert and daughter Mattie Berry of Silverton Ohio Mrs John G James and son David of New York City Mrs Rhada Phelps of Sharpsburg Mrs Sal He Berry and Col W T Phelps of this county v Salt Lick Charles Hedrick of V a t ertown Florida is heRvisiting relatives and friends I wife stopped off to visit friends in LexingtonEnoch has secured an in crease of pension from 12 to 20 a month Cecil Lawson and family have returned from Middletown Ohio to their old home in Kentucky Bud Wills left Tuesday for Mid dletown Ohio for the winter There is an uptodate violinist from Cincinnati attending the Hedrick campmeeting WGoodpasterofOwingsvm John Alfrey and family of Sut ton Washington returned to this place last Monday He says theres no place like Kentucky Walter Fanning of Nicholas yule visited relatives here last weekJohn McKay and family visitinghismothert 1near hereSMrs Lillian H Fratman and daughter Alleen went to Lexing ton Friday John Kane is improving t looks of the removing the dirt The Licking River Railroad Co paid their hands off Saturday Mrs Mbllie K More who had spent two months with Mrs Mal Wislleft Friday for her j Jhome inPerry Mo v 55- 1J SIv f u I m 1 1I oIt Grover Phelps of Owinjisville was here Tuesday soeffabMrsover from Olympian Springs Fyied y with Mrs Lewis will end a week here A meeting of citizens was held Sa for the purpose of streetis month It was decided to- ldho the fair in the latter part ofISeptember or the first of r In Police Court Saturday several cases were continued Miss Goldy Gullett entered the Lexington University last week Miss Ettie Collins of Montgomery county is Visiting James Hall and wife and her cousin Mrs Ethel MooreIJas son a mule for 185 A good many from here attend ed the Sunday campmeetingatiledrickT Roy Laughlin and wife left last Sunday for Mjddletown Ohio Four Mormon preachers held a meeting on tile streets here two nights last week Corn and tobacco are better ii his section than was expected Wm Craig waived examining trial for cutting of Turner Carpenter at the reunion Harry Brown left last Monday to visit his father in Texas C L Johnson has returned to T w yithW W Razor Co shipped a carload of hogs and cattle last week Glenmore Wilson and others of Mprehead were here Wednesday 0 P Shrout R L Hamilton and James Kimbrell went to Mt Sterling Wednesday Robt B Dickerson has moved to the Mrs Lydia E Shpuse prop ertyFred Fried and Miss Myrtle Dooley of Midland were married at Leland Hotel Lexing Wednesday We extend con ratulations AnnapolisMd Mrs Dick Evans died Wednesr ay after a long illness burial t the Carey graveyard above Faimjers friday J Press Jackson of Olive Hill jcapvhere last week Corbett Gullett left Monday to UnivrsityLexington at Sam Traylor nd wife left Fri ay forDunkk Tnd ton work a glassmanufactory HarveColliver of Winchester was here Thursday Mrs AJ Cheap and children are visiting in Morehead CaptPoethe picture man will remove outfit to Mdre 1 head Lee Sorrell and family left for Indiana Friday and will reside t hereIHAD TO DECLINE A Paducah ntigro known as Mose works in the vinegar factory of Oscar Gregory a bluegrass boy who has made his mark or rather he works in a vinegar factory when he is not doubled up with some- ailment real or imaginary One day recently his employ er discovered Mose tied into a knot ina corner The darkey explained between groans that he suffered from cramps Now upstairs in a bottle wasa quanti ty of crude Jamaica ginger hot as an orthodox Hades and strong as the biceps of Sharkey The proprietor took the tightly kinked negro up into his office and gave him a heroic dose of the stuff The cramps died out were burned to death in fact A week later the proprietor found Mose bent an attack of mizry in his midst Come on here Mose he said and Ill give you some more of that ginger Boss said the sufferer with an involuntary quiver of remem brance Ahll dercline Ah don neber spect ergin ter drink nothin dat water wont squench WON THE PRELATES PRIZE Archbishop Ryan of this city owes the children at the orphanage maintained by the AltoOi a afpatiently waiting his return so he can buy the best The Archbishop who was there attending the ruby jubilee of Bishop E A Garvey was taken to the orphanage at Creson by the Bishop and delighted thelit storiesyhorse he suddenly asked I know piped a bit of a lad Cause the more you lick it the PhiladelphiaRecord No successful hair dresser is everfpuhd asleep at tHe switch 4 v rY J Jr I HE THOUGHT IT WAS FROG Walter a bright little boy of a mewhat skeptical turn of mind d the lesson in SundayschoU out the man at the pool of Be esda When asked what caus the troubling of the waters he said Well teacher they thought it was angels but I kind o think it pliwasTIT FOR TATMiss Bings ammers the young man I lled on you last night did I n oteaan course you did- Wwwell I just wanted to say that if I proposed to you I was trunkMease your say that if I accepted you I was cra zyJudge I CthoughtAwalking down the street lawseymeThat Says lbeSays she Why Hiram Brown hats just our summer boarder In her onepiece linen gownJudge Did NOT SUSPECTA farmer and his wife killed their last hog and left the carcass out at night mornIIng say ing and the first person mention tdaychurch the preacher readout h text I have meat to eat thz ye know not of Nudging his wife the old man said Maria we never did suspect him did weEx SOMETHING HAPPENED One of the trains on a transcontinen throughKansaswas reported on time a few evenings ago The young man who writes the particulars about the trains the station put down the statistics concerning this train No 6116 from the west n time Then he wrote underneath Cause unknownSaturday Evening Post ielnewspapersRoosevelt was hiked out of b a few nights ago and made speak in his pajamas Which re calls an indignant tele a few years ao as followsSt9ryis lie out of whole cloth probably miestoruirixnetabstainer 1ut had pajamas last noraiy other JHartfordHeraW How IT WASAgainsan old Georgia negroC1 r with stealing i a pig the evidence was abs 0 lutely conclusive and the Judge who knew the old darky wen said reproachfully NOVullcle why did you steal pigBekase mah ppph family wuz whimperedtheFamily starving cried the youkeepuncleSWhy yo honor said uncle reprovingly you wouldnt spect dogsHl1rper ONE SIDE ENOUGIiSenat evidentlisten to the plaints of both I surgents and Regulars places him in a different category from an Irish Justice of the Peace out in Michigan In a trial the evidence was all in and the plaintiffs attorney had made a long and very eloquent argument when thelawyer acting for the defense arose What are you doing asked the Justice as the lawyer began Going to present ou side of the case I dontwant to hear both sides confuse ledineiremarkedme to draw his will and this Iproceeded to do following his Presentlyhe whohasyears I give 10000 considerable numberfortune was not largeto Oh thats all right he said Youknowthat I was close and hard and I want them to think well of me when I am gone dIthedraftI was about to leave the office uslittleAbout those 10000 lega clerkinme over two yearsbut it will look well in the papers Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK t UM 00WHERE WAS lorA Sank Francisco woman whose husband had been dead some years went to a medium who produced the spirit of her dead husband My dear John said the widWow to the spirit are you nowI am very happy John reed Happier than you were with m theYes was the answeralfl far happier than I was on rth with you Tell me John what is it like in liHeavenin heaven Lippincotts agazine A s tionto accept that call to Kansas ity Well Ive got tired of casting pearls before swine- I just dropped in to tell you that the board of trustees met ast night and decided to offer ou 200 a year more than they propose to pay you out there Hm As I was saying Ive got tired of casting pearls before swine hence I could not think of going to Kansas City one of the greatest hogkilling centers in the c oqntrytHow PAT COUNTED THEM Racial pride is a kind of patriot aimentstranger in Milwaukee who see thetpopulation of the town Oh about forty thousand was tFortytainly be more than that said the visitor Wellsaid the Irishman It 1wudbe about 275000 ifye were to count the Dutch Youths Companion THE INSIDE FACTS Abou Bent Adhem awoke and was questioned by the angel Write me said Mr Adhem sticking his right hand inside the bosom of his night shirt and speaking with oratorical fervor hisfellowman1Come come said the angel a reporter Im here for ithe facts Well in that case write me officethoughtfor the morning papersC- ORRESPONDENTS WANTED Tim OUTLOOKyould like tohave a correspondent at thb following places that would send in the news with reasonable regularity and leave out mere visits inside the county Sharpsburg CreekBethel Sherburne thedesertIts human nature to want to crawl under the circus tent Commissioners Sale BATH CIRCUIT COURT Farmers Bank Plaintiff SaleArtieArrasmith Defendants andrCircuit Court at its May term caseloutcrytoCourthouse door in Owingsville Bath county Ky at aboutbne oclock p in on- MONDAY SEPT 121910 it being County Court day the property mentioned in the judg ment towit offoiEtbounded as follows Beginning in the center ofthe Sherburne Ow witiJamesVanlandinghazn 47 18 E82 poles to a stone corner to Stewart Riddle 41Eto Davis Butler thence N 86i thence W 9728 poles to a stone corner near a house thence N 661 W 16 poles to center of pike thebelinning becland costs of the plaintiff Farm ers Bank which on day of sale will aggregate the sum of36489 credittwelve months for the other half of the purchase price The pur chaser will be required to execute sale bonds with approved securi ty for the payment of the pur chase money to have the force bearlingsale according to law Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms A lien will be re tamed on the land sold until all the purchase money is paid Bond MastmCommissioner CC 4 a I PfI I r 1j2 t t o1 t t l V Commissioners Sale Z BATH CIRCUIT COURT J M Richart Pl intiffcversus of Sale v r f illiam Story Etc Defendants By virtue of a judgment and wiCircuit1910 thereof in the above cause i 6 e undersigned will on the r 12th PAY SEPTEMBER 1910 J reabout publien a credit of six and twelvemonths rat the Courthouse door OwingsviHeBathqounty m thejucigment towiti landlying vj ded and described as follows It is known as lotNo 9 in the o division of the real estateofCorS I nelius Anderson among hiaheirspIsaid division being of Settlement Book No 14 page o n ftingNo5 Richard Andersons lot and corner to lot No 10 John L An dersons thence S 89i YW 2178 poles to a stone corner to lot No poleso lotNo10henceN t Ithe beginning containing 15 1 acres less oneeighth of an acre reserved a burying ground Said sale will be made to antis fy the debt interest and costsof fa he plaintiff J M Richart which n day of sale will aggregate The t s rmv r 1 to execute bonds with approiidj i security for the payment of TueS t theforcebearing legal interest from dajt of sale accordingt lawBid l ders will required to comply with thOse lien will be retained oh heJandsoltltillanthe purchase money IBond payable heo I81cneafJ MsJft H C Gudgell Attorney JfiJ 4 LIGHT YOUR iH It f iiWTTHS B p i DAYTQNIAi Acetylene Gas Generator better safer and cheap tHan kerosene gasoline or coal gas nearest approach to sunlight most delicate shades can tfbe r easily and accurately distiri iI guished Well and Cistern Pumps r pipe fittings the Perrypne 1rfp matic water systemandplumb ing goods Oscar Palmer jW- 04 J Owingsvillc Ky t VIiy y tJ ffL Not t f tif i r i Read I I The T rfJ I BCourierJournal ttr 9 11HENRYEDITOR 1r WECAN FURNISH YPUtv1 THE OUTLQOK 1 tAND THE i Jr WEEKLY ffCourier Journal jj ft FOR S160 v IJi f We can also liberal combi lnationrate with Daily or Sunday r J it CourierJournal Write Courier j CompanyLouigvilleKyfor i you desire but be sure to send j your subscription order to this papernot to the CourierJourr v nal rfy iiS- 1i14L11 t