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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vy i t c I ic iI 0 r r f 1 r t 1 r V t I 2- I J t NV aNO1 t riqb1 tup101tiittt gulloak 1 IvnIt 1tYYII nwlrvrwll F KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCT 6 1910 gi Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK Hosiery underwear union an + 2pieco cheap at Mrs Estills longewO Jackson Estill sold Jess- er Parks of Preston a pair ofhorses 1 for3OO l fGo to Mrs Estill for fall gin g E1 hams percales calicos and wool en goods 1 A Press Waltona prominent aged t citizen of near Flemingsburg dies Monday 1t Highest cash price paid to It 1 esjjrs Bring them to me N MRS P S ESTILL i f There is more favorable talk of b f pooling tlie IQlOcrop of tobacco r4a than ever was hee before l diTFqs lt ii E 1 A B i 0QI 13tfMJust received a carload of 4 American fence and Mitchell J wagons at E L A T Byrons tJ 13tf nItwas reported here last week that there were eleven cases diphtheria in Sherburne and v camtyVShin ICs for sale tGran ge C i City Mt1IsrangeCity xi 1iL Jes Harpers school oJ house 1320 mi To any one buying adrT ik tern over 1I give a tx t y to make it by the buyettv I t cif xtIie att nMrs pS st ll i 1 Moores the i 1ia61e line of heatersan r sale by A x 2wrE LAI iIoN i= t i 1 k nd nfsmfist veon y ftI LUr t eIW1 ll cos t 4 i r wi bat- f h r I s4a t 1 I i 0 r y Ton es llIl l west end rlis use is chiefly u to jqru her tfaChlcago firmafAWfi concrete fovea tion tdtstt SIGN OF FALLWob i l were heard flocke1 hrl m Jf1ondlfferentdays1a t j and ruffed g1rit pheasants ppeartogetU wildered and come into town t f 1iout the last week in SepteriL ff r lQer f HARDWARE ETaBig stock cooksIrd stoves rttA vare queensware silverwa tobes And blankets implements riAntJIhs 13tf N ATTERSses r ysdistririt board a tiI Lexington last weekdlded rj5 put 1909 pooled tobaeco i i the market justrd Tootiuestion of the 191pool A determined the new i gardelecctedSaturday cta1tt i RI nT otlceNo 2jihaveisoldoutto IL yron J l mv int i ptheGROCERY bus Jme trr I H uestedtbiieaau ce 17 rrL iw TJYitking you fora pastfavog +tf D permrJ k nann Cornelft and 0 1 f aMtleaiir account and try me 4 I4Et t1feiieWcash hsystemjust ielbptedras by i of 4J tnBetting and reduction of xIexpecttomakeittoy ouI j ospe yourcash with f Jfti m it CLYDE BYRON 1 y tY s A Po TowK Wm Y- ceyErwinandwifeof Lexin t 1 S preekast J oi more so vMr Erwin lirex t i Dftawaeyilte Pendleton Y ct d a pro rie jNOSM KAg1cJ3alm which fx re fP 3iid wnFe a He profthas 1 v pu blislwd two svolumes Orl Aciv 3 rbie8and Wahetka and 0 4Hf Poems Hexhas received much i i I Jet t rifr 1J umesin the Big Sandy Ueyil f 1Ft e ltiii I t toilo l t14 oJ tr HtYr- 7 J 11 Ae1i i lfI 0r rJ foO- f f Jt 0 l If a r jlr i V f j titI i s PERSONAL- d Frank Perry of Mt Sterling was here last week CinstBourboneJohn Scott of Mt Sterling came over Thursday on a visit Mrs Annie Coyle was able to go visiting last week after her longillness George Huff and wife of Car CJacksonrraBarber of Louisvillecame- up last week on a visit to relatives at Wyoming Andy Denton and wife went Thursday to visit Mrs Mote Weaver at Grange City Miss Lucy L Honaker is mak ing favorable progress toward re from typhoid fever rs Hurst Gee and baby of Grayson came Saturday to visit her mother Mrs Ida Elliott Miss Fannie Maginnis Mrs G w Mills and daughter Miss Cath Brine are able to be out again SheriThomas returned home Friday Newton Johnson and mother of Grange City were guests of Dr A W Jones and wife Friday v est Honaker and wife cf Lick were guests of thei IO C W Honaker and wife Miss Pearl Lane Court Steno rlpherof Mt Sterling is the guest of her brother Horace L Lane Graphre City was the guest of Mrs S M Estill on her return from Mt Sterling last week leftSatur5Cvisitto I byesmrG tl DurB rRee yp4iWjopi1K l 1n6et eCalk and Mrs Ov MontgomerYcounfty Peeled Oaks Sunday KaflySs parents Reuben SalWell nabeenreturnedtoJernqn Wrnoon D WDoggett attended t f e districtibard HillStreetChurch Lerex o the first time Sunday Her park eats are hopeful that she will be able to be brought home Friday MiThe chtonerasMrs John W Shrout and httl daughter Maggie went Friday to visit her Claude McKini vatfin Woodford and sisI VanlandinghaIm President Thandlegating the tobacco situatio theguestL Vice while here f VThe following from this town kthConventiOriatWincbesterC JasAM rs G W McCormick Mrs PetersChas Jned Thursday afternoon from a CatfamilyWmand Y 1 families prosperous and happy nisderson county Henry W Estcame to see them They thin uiervaluenJudgeoubled in price since he bought 2 d y3 a SPECIAL EXHIBIT=OF THE GLOBE BASEBURNER and AIRTIGHT HOTBLASTf STOVE at our store on SATURDAY OCT 8 1910 You have seen the word GLOBE in almost cycrycon spicuous place and have doubtless won Incantiis name of that famous heating stove which burns slack or soft coal without soot or smoke J E BROTI EROO OwingsvUle16 4 S Cincinnatlasfrs Lucinda Davis and Mrs eCttydn v and Sunday wileftthe at wishesirbacco crop is practically inuuo rtOW 4 l betitU UfoI l9 i l J J IStakipirYOl g13uff Orpington oWo esUyterianSundavscliR oil t s l ove Saturday jLVice has bJH RJV W B Hall the new pas preachedhere m H Daugherty wants his G V BathoEnt Willsonnidaysteers at 460 per cwt muslin8coutinga flannel at Mrs Estills Bargains in belts collars kerj cuffbuttonsarLewis Barber of Forge H weanlierig The Fiscal Court toallow against Bath countymet Tuesd and adjourned next Wed n Oct 12 thiyeorsors SAM LATHRAM inpltobacco liThereve rid c ng out 1911 crop f a peep at our line of andwBeatersues EL A T BYRON 13 tf r inyofCyrus I ville were married in the County mMonday ltKILLS BROTHER BY ACCIDE NT One of Matt Williamsons ia Mt Sterling was swinge tobacco e in the urdayandtheknifeslippedstrk ik it years makings wound in the rnightreceiving the wound DWilliamsonm tto r y t SLt I MRS MOIIE RICHARDS WEAV ERS n long HI ness of tuberculosis Mrs Motie Richards Weaver died at the of her sister Mrs J T in Grange City where she had been staying for several week- Sunday Oct 2 The body was brought to the TiKimbroughhein afWrnoonThem termentwas deip the tamil CetpetcrTwell T Wai Ui r no I r J I sn sGelfDecees o1d RichardsShndhisShe was born in VR own SepL 18 1859 and if schoolhe re sorneyears afte paNrits nHnkcountyOIithe here wIth her mother to reside about sixteen years ago S was a quiet gentle Woman al was highly esteemed byherac quaintanceship Her mother di surveyedsisters Lizzie wife of T Jyens of Grange City Elzie Sallie wife of A 0ingsville rt v WyQmingStateKfat sfc n excHarveythe sympathy of the common in ass RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT WhereasaurHeavenlyFatherseen has m heritoR id member of our Sundayschoil Mrs Asotie Weaver and that her taking away we have lost aymost faithful member a cons Christian and one w was very devoted to church work be it Res lvedlstthatwe the Snndschoolcease and that we feel that h ace amongst us cannot easily be filled but we shall endeavor imitate her example 2d that we extend to the gri f stricken family our heartf sympathy 3d that a copy of these re thealpages and they be published in THE OWINGS copyeachMRS LULA HERRON D W DOGGETT H J Dollar jyiADVERTISED LETTERS Let a ftddrfigsed to the remained uncalled forjn the Ow ingsville post eOct 1 1910 pleaatse Mrs JM Boston Mrs Carrie 11NannieLewis Miss Sarah Mart Bertie Bromagen T elDonathanBARNES P M Jr i t 91 rMIu k rt J J sq r ldA atJIi J Heats double the space heated by another 3 stove with half the fuel Clean neat economical The kind to buy for service- nionCYsalver A for people who want a good stove at an honest price See it in op eltl l f You ril like it- Sold exclusively by Ky DEATHAfter foUowingb CIRCUIT CouRTThe October term of Bath Circuit Court be gan Monday with Judge A W Young presiding and BW White hse ofsforeman R B Crooks Jr T L Jones G W Young FM Bris JacksoesIir m Lathram Ballard Breeding W 1V Razor is com lysed of TaorCrocketG Jaraea liver rim Kerns Jrlnn S 1Jnu I 1 e T Of1 t tQtt7M0 JlIi P p terRlletCharidlertter C8e CHardin L C SharpWWrn Knox GREAT RAPES AT LEXINGTON TROTS OCTOBER 444The sen Lexindadlrecordbreaker en fieldofOctober 13 has the greatest lot of star trotters ever brought to gether in a purse race including Bob Douglas 204J Sterling Me Majort2Qitsrs The 205 pace on the same brings together Major Bri 2051 Earl jr 2041 Evelyn W StarPatchenF D 205 Baron Whips 2051 and May Day 2051 MCDOWELL STAKE AT LExmf Octaagrea djTOa thefeature CounaYtry 206erai X s sIn Stakes the big 211 trot with 24 witellh ansDIED OF HEART TROUBLE wifepCitydieded with heart trouble 51childan excellent youthful andmarried only few years The bereaved hus thesym11athyof sad loss v tlThedIphtherialast tI1 CharlesHunts daughters Stella doughBseertys fataltJO H j i f 4 i l Jl EUGENE MINIHAfll MANUFACTURER OF 0 fy s men GRApE if r Handmade Saddles fklHarn fv fim Ji Owingsviilev Kentucky TNE RACK EHTSTOREf Everything for Everybody ONE PRICE TO ALL t lOn account of rapidly failing eyesight which makes it iiiMiyen ient to conduct a merchandise business I will close outs nay entire stock of goods AT COST PRICES JF until the entire stock is disposed of Owing to limitWe i twill not give a complete list of reduced prices bucfolldwflgatak few of same nga15c R Ind n1Ocialinonl2now 6ic Hamburg to be soW below cost price Calico tlc per now 6cr apron gingham 7c per yard now BJc All kinds of drew material at greatly reduced prices Shoes for men women and children at half price An immense line of andgrati ite ware to be sold at unequalled prices Small hardware mreatva 1ugelinemensnew line of mens wi wear to 4e sold at tbalicxMet Bestl5cschooltabtl4c All kindsoleoap e at 4c percike janPncennd fni acrfrt J a A1x1iJt r i h rt f lJf rAl i M 4THQcT +0 3JJ CREATE IN THE Cj z STAKES 5OOO i21000 Futurity TaradarOct 3000 Tcnneuse Tueada 5000 Futurity Wedbesday rtLGreat 205 Trot Wedine ar iradeyGreat t11V Oct 7a f J10000 ChampioMhipSk MkMiday ttI ax 3000 Cup Stalesao r ltunfc Daily Gencirfs DniFiriii lIilrt THE ENTERTAINMENT AND LEC- TURECOURSE SERIES t T h Players will open the Entertain iatyevening October 13 at 8 This company of artists pre sents a literary dramatic and musical program of the highest purithasy The readings monologues and tehesgv l1 by this company are literary masterpieces and plthe fdpLter a large experience Navin appeared before culturedaudi cities9ftbecome to us as finished artists pre refinesketchesd musthave oThef structive educational delightful appealing to the best people of the community who are always atrons of the Citizens En- tertammentandLecture Course All that want good seats get soldSeasonCity School L50 Reserved 50c Geneneral admission Respectfully CF MARTIN Manager j f r 1iIttI4iJ j f J If fl ifr1 4t iea breeders and to horse ci4ri1 general toJ lO fMr C i Scott of Shwburne will ftdes eofhisentl1eherd9f sad dle at public butcry f a1Mfarm tThere is perfia not a better 1 collectionof saddlebredstuifill the world than is to be found oh this farm It hasbeen the policy r of its owner to refuse to puiilt priceonananimalthathe was e arnient herd andhe cotisegnentlfra t used Aett enguu lioeny of the animals fr w altsre = toplaceg r i this t v Thereis not a Btallionii tbe c tlbyheading the hiost t 1 stock farm in tnecountry f teestimablevsdue after thei ice e or show ring titto j this saleyi t G R ScoTT rWithume I can save you on an aver age ten per cent each year on i your grocery bill Try me under i the new rash system r t1f4tf F R CLYDE BYRON t jij y y JJ r itr P Ktj j I 4 4 j J SET FIRE TQ BOLIT OF MURDERED WIFE HOOSIER MAN THEN ESCAPED J AFTER THREATENING TO KILL UNCLE OF VICTIM BARBER FORCED TO SHAVE HIM t Women Had Left Husband Because of c lll Treatment and Hal Living at Home of Relative Where SpouseJt I j Went To See Her Brookvllle IniLCliarles Diddle aged 28 ycare formerly of Shadeland S and Chalmere Jnd shot hla young wife to death at tho home of her uncle Louis Koehlor of Peppertown six b J Jmiles from Brookville- BWdlo then poured kerosene upon the body and applied a match r Koehler woo Was asleep In a build tug adjoining the house waa awakened by the shot and roahod to a doorway hut waa met by DIddle who declared that he would kill him if he interfered a BIddle carried a shotgun BWdlo then fled going to Metamora awheroforced a barber to rlso and i shave off hla mustache and a short t beard t He then bought a ticket for Clncln j i 1iiat1 and departed on the flret train t Koehler sv bachelor lives atone at t 7 Peppertown Two weeks ago Mrs PIddle came to the homo of her uncle L saying that ber husbands treatment 4S of her hal hea euch that she was JoJ compelled to leave him Diddle unex t pectedly arrived at Koehlers home wifeImeeting Koehler eays ap r apt1Uy wee friendly Biddle pleaded dramatScaUy with bis wife to return to him promtetog that Y he would treat her property but she t k hesitated 3 What further conversation took Sc place between BJddle and his wife Is notknown to Koehler aa he left the couple atone hoping that they would beCome reconciled theLI a jielghbor William AWey a schoolteacher and together broke in a door b of the Koehler home Bddl1eLwas oa E4L ea4 had beet shattered Jt18wlUaKtw4dlftlculty that they i froni tructlonr L c a I WOMAN DIED IN CHURCH a JLI1 s E Whe4 Lfld Fo ward In Pew i SPa iThsktwatH 1 l t if t dII 4 t ItUI p I r 7I J of ti it Oo ot3 ti j Tk diaMt m Md b cae lwetet pres g f J 1rH siIe dM- r4 I peelUlJa ke ostVWitkjc irosia AM- Jiti Ltt jM a1 toiaA teaL Hvr TlMma at once rvIeeaeadw1th- l p i I 0 r1ckeMy Pewe1Ieetockiis I 1a 2erfeetbethI sA t 1 r riHvrtJy Rlnf 3Wbesi Max rJS b 1tbyIhkt lJtauracturer iVdrtTwak frem Philadelphia ia his J iff temrtfig car proposed a Jtfet chUdrem should have ajoftrWehe did net know that d1nstesIy ky a1ieftJt JBTheeai k bIh bridge oyer CaraieV run and tante turtle The children were bad J J If Varti Tfie dauetrWhouiffiae4wa rthewiecke4 ear BUtycot f recover Nearly every oae of the clilI Sp Iir dreabai a broken legir are r 0 7rnf Ithaca N YCornelI nnlverMty Is V t ct aeod l tablet Ii Qoidwin- 8aHh hall la hoaor of the late Prof tft GoIC1r tII8rwiIcI1WIIle10 si acr1be4arottheclaseinkiswIIl- q h t e8thac la large sum Mmcoa4l t + tSeNflYteCereMcI tIi INMtsf WMS to Is Legislator o3Yird lObIosTb Couandineats 4 t tttJtetieJlouatcouU1ki the tfem ea which Rev Dr fJthe Warren A t church will oo11Tiek etoctlos te the legislature froa L 11M Waiuiwth a torial district Ir fjjrL r Btim BsBatsr finml Dead T MshHsn AlL ttate gcaator Max 9 J dead la a TOOK t 1fclIae Deatkwaa- rif y rttrt4MrtC 4e Ms li 7 Hte term ot jkty w lthiav4 l 4 LPIrM ia Novem berI ttII d u Jiof v Hfhts t4m An Edltcr 1t t i MIss5ChMiee Kvasw i ttIiuJrasl Coy Hughes ef ic 1 1Yaikubeeaectdbfedowc as4is to th 4tedthfcece of the jc Jiarttili liTl wV The eJectioa 1asalwsiJl to 1 rl vth AssUsiHaHy wt Father 1 i J PitenPLH O Themes Ti4iti e a IMsI ac t2 4tst i has tkliltobe f t j as is1Ig Me gia aftei y t jt CIIYIIeCf Y4eslI7e1iskdtketdMer T f lif tn 0 LakeJreSteamer Shik 1ft 5 D4rdt MieTb pack tirgher f ILfil Jkicew eck foaadr in Tbiindei h7 relit awe Barajtet Lake Huron 4 Ut JIw ir itpwls br ciii QIIIr au bouM for Cisvs 1 sd nrJit1eted t76Q9 jtd Xr utIeIf j ik Misrer INMB perfectly rsaJe waterteLtearlif Ia SlISlIUkPSlSlb1SrPt t 1i L it clo dbjIbf l z J b hi t lh 7wr t N- coPf z1 1 e H 4 I ir d 0 Jj11 1tj f 4 S4S tj r SlS 1IfiIIIt T1 f i 9 IGREAT TWOCITY FLIGHT AND BROOKINS THE FLYE3 THE AEROPLANES AT TOP SHOW THE WRIGHT MACHINE AS IT APPEARED AT VARIOUS HEIGHTS IN ITS FLIGHT uuBREAKS AIR RECORD WALTER BROOKINS FLIES 186 MILES IN FIVE HOURS 49 MINUTES WINS 10000 CASH PRIZE Young Aviator Surpasses All Cress Country Flights In His Chicago to Springfield III TripOutDls tancea Special Train Springfield I1L What Is looked up on as one of the most remarkable feats In aerial navigation was accom plished by Walter B Brooklns Inla Wright biplane Thursday when he successfully flew from Chicago to this city and la doing so he broke all cross country aeronautic records With only two stops neither of which was actually necessary he made the trip from Chicago to Springfield aJU nee of 186 miles In five hours Nnine minutes maintaining an Vd of 327 miles an hour an J e 10000 prize offered by rewBpaperAl from Chicago to thetO fair grounds here bun rAof tHOUskds of people cheered ttaii yoUBgavlatorlIe passed AatH great mechanical bird cam o the bes In the preseace of 1160 = e be was cheered voctfe- rut f illI htm ijtJ151 4riiI out ct the clouts over the f rCiNf spriagleld at 445 oeU JM trst persons to grasp the by the band as he stepped reei kM Htattertlie long and spec tacatar SlAt was GOT charles S De uMi wkoifRaafoUote4 Vy Mayor J01lB8btePP of Yorty4eveitminutes after Brookias rose ftoea 011 In saltoa ark balcasO the Daylight oft th park ROW station over the 11- 11p1eiL 1IL A spedal car h4 been which tr Teled Wilbur vfrigtT tie airship investor Roy KnaBeashue special represenUuve of Wrtgkt brothers members of the club of Illinois and about forty mewapaper men After a night of two hours and twen tyeight minutes Brooklns came to Oil an where he arrived at U4S Brook ns was far ahead of the train and he decided to alight and await the arrival of the train The train arrived at Gillian at 1215 and order were l1Tejbi the division superintendent ioatto hold the train until the biplane should re sue Its flight The gaseJtae and 1f tel tanks were replenished and after HM engines had been gone over care tmHy by Wright and Knabenshue o resumed Us flight aGUmalftdaPrfngleldthe spe cial train and e aeroplane ran neck sad neck first one forglag ahead then the other but never at any time more than a quarter of a nslle apart Brooklns was forced at 320 to de seeM at Mt Pulaski for fuel only twemtyfour miles from the state fair grounAs The landing wUeaeof the most romarkablo that baa ever been seen lathe history of aviation Trees antI fences surrounded him OB aU sides and with perfect control he picked out a spot after soaring about ta a short circle scarcely more than half a block square and landed sqaare 1m the center The special traimTwas held up the aeroplanes suppltfs agate were remewedi and nt S45 he as cefided again From Pulaski to the lair DdaIL speed of thlrtyflre miles an was maintained Canteen Founder Is Dead Washington MaJ George M Downey TJ S A retlredoriglnator of the ray post canteen died here Friday after a weeks illness He was sixty- alBe iy old and had paltfclpatedlD- tbroe Indian campaigns Hewas transferred to the retired list In 1888 Nine Hurt In Car Crash Detroit Mich Nine pernswere injured one probably fatally Friday when two street cars collided at the intersection of Dlx and Scotten ave Joke May Cause Blindness Newark N JMias Lucy Burton a society woman of Dover prob tilwWbebUalifor life as the result 0fUu practical Joke of a youth the Poe of a neighbor who WeiMMay Hew a tube full of red pepper1 into her faM Dynamite and Eire In Mini Riot Buena Vista CoL One BUB was killed and considerable property de strayed by dynamite a riotWednesday among saiaers at Hoar arch 85 miles ftomJQIJI rp h j d tj fti r j 4 SEFORUFO11E1TECON- VENYfON CALLS SENATOR PI ONEER PROGRESSIVE Wisconsin Republicans Declare Payne Tariff Law Falls to Carry Out Party Pledge Madison Win Sharp criticism of the Payne tariff law a demand for the physical valuations of railroads and unstinted praise of Senator La Folletto as the pioneer progressive are the principal planks of the plat form adopted by the Republican state convention Wednesday Indorsement of the states strongly Insurgent delegation In congress and a slap at President Taft are ex pressed In the following resolution Wisconsin is to be congratulated upon having representatives In the senate and house who remained true to the people and to the national platform of the party notwithstanding the efforts to punish them for do- Ing by withdrawal of federal patro nageOn the tariff the platform says The PayneAldrich tariff Is not a compliance with the pledge of the Republican party in Its national plat form The true basis of protective tariff Is the difference between the cost of production at home and abroad and we hold any increased cost of production of living of Amer- Ica labor should bV accompanied by compensating tariff duties 11e pron arff board lisa no pnt Ota ILO juhe1geoi 1tarutala voit of production othercountries and require to make frequent reports of the Informatics PIned In congress Upon the Information so obtained slhould proceed to revise the different schedules Independently of each other according to true pro tective tariff principles PAROLE SYSTEM IS FAVORED Humane Prison Laws Take Place of Former Harsh Regulations Says Report of Committee Washington Such timehonored methods ot punishment as thq dungeon starvation silence the soil tary cell t darkness and corporal pun ishment have been largely discredited In American reformatories according- to the report of the committee on ror fqrmatory work and parole made to the American Prison assOciation Almost every American reforma tory is operating under some modified indeterminate sentence law said the report All we believe have a sys tern of parole more or less effective while some reformatories administer a probation law in addition HOLD UP CARIN DAYLIGHT Six Armed Bandlta Take 130 From Passengers on St Paul Interurban Train Paul KIna Six armed bUdlta secured 180 on a crowded In terurban street ear flourished knives and In the faces of passen gore foughtthe1rway to the rear of the car and made their escape In broad daylight The car was a Minneapolisbound Inierurban and the crowd In the aisle made no effort to stop the men At Eleventh avenue onpof tho men sig ailed to the motorman to It pthe car and with knives still In their hands the bandits backed down the platform TwentyEighth Aviator Killed Maelhausea Germany Aviator Flochmann who was injured when his biplane collapsed at a height of 160 feet died Thursday without having re covered consciousness This makes the twentyeighth death this year Plntlnrlnt200oooPa- riaRu1i8JlI famous painting The Bath of Diana the pride of Brussels was sold Wednesday to aa American for f200000 I wai for merlTln the possession of Frau Schuybert Baseball Trainer a Suicide Cleveland O Despondent because his wife refused to give up her suit for divorce and return to him James Payee former trainer of the Cleveland baseball club committed suicide Wednesday by shooting himself in the right temple John Browns Sister Dead Traverse City MlchKrs Martha Davis seventyeight years old the only surviving sister of John Brown the abolitionist died at Beadon Wednes day t I GiII1tl l i i iiiJ4 ot fff BLAST KILLS MANY LOS ANGELES TIMES BUILDING IS BLOWN UP AND ENTIRELY DESTROYED TWENTY ARE REPORTED DEAD Number of Employes Leap From Win InjuredCauleofExploalon port Series of Intonations Saturday causedthePublishIngLosAngelesFlames Break Out waslmmedlatelYfollowed made it impossible to attempt the rescue of mantof the employes who were trapped without a chance of escape from the double horror Almost within sound of the explo sion the optire half block which waa urstorystructurebocamealeethlne tunate few Jumped from the windows only to meet WIth Injury from tM faUt 1e ti Q tt ton1ur t d 1BftI t nIlnt eniewhen the blaat occurred there was a settee of heavy intonations The building was entirely de stroyed v SAYS OFFERED JXB FOR VOTE Bank Cashier In Senatorial Bribery Hearing Qlves Damaging Evidence Against Senator Lorlmer Chicago Testimony directly con necting Senator Lorimer with an offer hlmbrought was com mittee hearing In the Investigation looking Into the validity of his seat In the senate Henry A Sheppard a bank cashier of Jerseyville was the witness His testimony brought out by the Interrogations of Attorney Austrian for the prosecution caused a sensation in the committee room Mr Sheppard said Irk Lorimer todme that if I would vote for him ha would get a friend of mine In Jerseyville the omce of postmaster It was the day before he was elected Lee ONeil Brqwne took me to Mr Lorimer and we bad a talk I told him I wouldnt vote for him un less ne did as I requested Lorimer considered a minute and then he said Well It I am elected I will have a share in the Illinois patronage and I will do ItThatwuall there was tc It Representative Michael S Link of Mitchell told the story of another vote cast for Senator Lorimer for which aUedtopersonally by Lorimer for his vote and later was paid 1000 In the Southern hotel at St Louis by Lee ONell Drown I dont know what it was for I didnt ask I thought it was for cam paign money was the statament of Link Dickinson Pasies Harbin Harbin Manchuria Jaco1 M Dick inion the American secretary of war Brig Gen Clarence R Edwards chief of the bureau of Insular affairs and their party passed through here Fri day en route from Pelting for Moscow and St Petersburg Nicholas Monsarrt Is Dead New York Nicholas Monsarrt president of the K M Railway corn pany and formerly president of th Hocking Valley Railway company died suddenly here Friday Shoots WifjIIIs Chll- dPhlladelphlaFoUowblg a night of quarreling with his wlft at their home In Oakview Delaware county John Green a carpenter apd father of nine Children Thursday shot and fatally wounded his wife and killed their thir teenmonthsold Infant Auto Ambulance for Insane New York The first automobile ambulance ever built for tile exclusive handling of insane patients is shortly to be put in service at Bellevue hoe pital here t 11 4f OIX HEADS TICKET EMPIRE STATE DEMOCRATS NOM INATE WASHINGTON COUNTY MAN FOR GOVERNOR PLATFORM PLEDGES REFORM Payne Tariff Law Declared Breach of Faith StateWide Primaries Fa vored All Attacks on U S Supreme Court Condemned Rochester N YThe Democratic stato convention Friday nominated the following state ticket GovernorJohn A Dlx of Washing ton countySLieutenant GovernorThomas F Conway of Clnton Secretary of StateEdward Lazan sky of Kings- ComptrollerWllllal1 Schner of New York Attorney GeneralThomas Cannody of Yates Stato TreasurerJohn J Kennedy of Erie State EngineerJohn A Bensel of Now York Justices of the Court of Appeals Irving C Vann Republican of Onon daga and Frederick Collins Democrat of ChemungMr nominated by a vote of 434 to 16 for Congressman Sulzer All the other nominations were made by acclamationThe adopted pledges the party first to tha preservation of the old nationalism It condemns all attacks upon tho Supreme court of the United States It declares for sovereign state rights and for the largest possible measure of home rule for all cities of the state It denounces tho Republican party lot Its government of the state The declaration of principles declares that the PayneAldrlch tariff law was a breach of faith by the Republican party and responsible for the high cost of living Only by a downward revision of the tariff Its held could the cost of living be reduced It charges the Republican party with extravagance especially in the creation of many needless public offices and pledges the Democratic party to retrenchment Even this gross extravagance It raysIts overshadowed by the revelations lot corruption forced frpm aRe publican legislature This almost mado the legislature a hissing byword throughout the nation The platform commits the party to a thorough Investigation of all official wrongdoing that the guMy may be punished and business relieved ol blackmail Wed iareln favorsttewj primaries Ho Insure to people the right to tie f candidly J hd make nominations t ceBthe platform continues We fvor the en actment of cdi v IOHJrc1 as wit WIBS JotY Itt tJffMti 1 I1to- fPopai elocuja or5uiii trte- aenatorskn Income tax Is pBfcels post sad the preservatloa of water- power lor dll tie people are othe- rthlngS1rgerlbrtheaet of pIn ciplesSaratoga N TTbi followIng ticket waX nominated by the Republican stato convention OB Wedaesday For GoverJor Henry L Stlmson of New York Lieutenant Governor Edward Schoeneck of Onondaga Secretary of State Samuel 3 Koe nlg of New York- CornptroflerJames Thompson of Valley Fall- sTreasurThomaE P Fennell of Elmlrar Attorney GeneralEdward It OMaI ley of Buffalo State Engineer and Surveyor Frank M Williams of Madison The platform as adopted Indorses the administrations of Preridt Taft and Governor Hughes declares that the Payne tarlff law has been a sue cess and refers with approval to the fork of the last congress It pledges the continuance of the state graft In- quirY until allf wrongdoing capable of exposure shall be brought to light The plank relating to direct primaries Is briefs but admits of no misconstruc Lion We promise legislation which will enact these principles Into law Is the pledge STANDING OF BALL CLUBS Games Won and Lost and the Per- Cent Average of the Various Ninas- NATIONAL LEAGUE Clubs WIPCMClubs Wtprhlcaico M 47 851 Clncnatl 493 New York8S M SOtL Loula6983U Plttburg O KTSBrooklm 69 864n PWMTta M U ElllBorton 6095 343 AMERICAN LEAGUE PhlldIla 95 s 681IIeveland n ftNew York82 61 mIWaahton 63 52 ut e 64 aiswcasro 5383 BoitSn M JOBt I uU45108 3M WESTERN LEAGUE Btu CltylOG 6TIIUIOmaha 5280 603 Denver 71 51 m Lincoln M 69 STJID Moines 69 M 42J WichIta 78 KUITopekfc 42 UP I MUtouri Has 3293335 Washington The state of Missouri has a population of 3 93335 accord- Ing to the thirteenth census statistics announced Friday This is an increase of 186670 or six per cent over the population In 1900 whlchwas10G 665 Cadet Bodies Not Militia Washington The war department Friday ruled that the cadet organizations of educational Institutions are not properly a part of the organIzed mllltla Biplane Beaten by Auto Foughkeepsle N T Driving an au tomobile Ms Flat Cyclone Ralph Do Palma Thursday defeated Eugene Ely in a biplane of the Curtlss pattern at the driving park circling the mile track three times in 635 and 66VS respectively Omaha Gets Postmasters Richmond Vs Omaha was Thursday selected by the national conven Lion of postmasters of the first class as the place for the next annual mH tag of the association 5t 5ptt J I f Ij 4I + + + t1ROUND ABOUT THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWSI GATHERED FROM ALLI PARTS OF KENTUCKY JtCIIO K R R TO SPREAD OUT Will Extend Its Lines to Mountain Region of Eastern Kentucky The Ohio Kentucky railroad 27 miles long connecting Jackson Breathitt county with Cannel City Ky a connection of the Lexington Eastern railroad will extend Us line to tho virgin coal fields In the moun talnreglon of Eastern Kentucky which Is being considered by tour ether railroads at the present time This line has been a coal feeder ofI the Lexington Eastern and more coal tonnage originates on its 27 miles of road than on the L E It has been learned that this was the pro posed extension that has been cred- Ited to tho Lexington Eastern re centlyTho mines that the proposed extension of tho Ohio Kentucky road wUlI reach are located on the western slope of tho mountains and are the coal mines inspected by President George W Stevens of the Chesapeake I Ohio lines Daniel Willard of the Baltimore Ohio railroad and William Cotter of tho Cincinnati Hamilton Dayton in company with eastern coal opera tors and capitalists Roads Have Timber Rights A heavy forest covers the top of theI mountains and the Chesapeake 6 Ohio lines have timber rights on the eastern side of the summit O K1tls understood has secured the rights on its side of the ridge As the L Eis grouped with the I N It means that the coal hauled over the Ohio Kentucky and nsferred to the Lexington Eastern will be sent to Cincinnati over the L N for shipment to the great lakes From Cincinnati the coal will be sent over the Pennsylvania Some Idea of the magnitude of the ccal trafI brtheC H Dot which show an increase of 200000 tons so far this year over the same period of 1909 Circulars have been sent out from Somerset Ky urging that a great lakes and gulf railroad be constructed The appeal Is directed to the presi dents of the C H l D the Norfolk Western the C O and other lines as Well as commercial bodies inI 0Uiercto cooperate wltK th i to that will WlnapJttpv flo from the PaIisat I lI ticoIte ou of road nfeed be co the various links tof lakes and gulf Tils conuev Eaater1Kentucky This new road in passing southwest from Willard to Livingston Tenn would develop a territory three times as large as the state of Massa chusetts which han no parallel line of road from the great lakes to the gulf declare the projectors of the new line It is also pointed out that 120000 acres of coal lands owned by capital fats would bo tapped by the proposed line and pass through Cincinnati when shipped to the great lakes trade which has shown wonderful gains In the past five years The coat would not be the only kind of freight traffic that would come through this city via the Panama canal All other shipments destined for the great lakes and the east would also pass through Cincinnati and increase their freight tonnage POLICE GRAFT PROBE Casea Are Thrown Out of Court on insufficient Evidence Lexington Judge Southgate an nounced that after reading a transcript of the testimony in the case Messrs McGInnls and Johnson were charged with giving money to police he found that there was no evidence that would warrant the issuance of warrants tot any members of the po lice force Judge Southgate also reinstated J Franklin Wallace to practice in police court Wallace was barred from prac fice some time ago in conn ctlon with the case of two men who were arrested on an u Ie N train betweenhere and Paris and placed in the policy station and who asserted that Mr Val lace took f40 of their money as d fee for which he was to secure their Ilease and that he did not render the service agreed upon CATTLE FEVER IN KENTUCKY Frankfort The live stock sanitary board of the state met In Louisville to consider the report that fever has ap peared among the cattle In Woodford county Dr A J Payne has been appointed by the national government to be the state live stock inspector and he met with the board The board of agriculture forestry and immigra tion also met In Louisville to wind up the business connected with the stats fair BARREN COUNTY FAIR Glasgow KYAll Is In readiness for the nftythlrd exhibition of the Barren county fair and exhibitors crowded the secretary and his depu ties The tobacco exhibit will be one of the chief attractions from ah agri cultural standpoint The entries In these rings are numerous and K the ClOpS can be judged by the san ples the report that the crop will be short is a myth Tie corn and tobacco ex hibits alone represent several hun dred dollars ut prizes The stock this year surpasses all former entries t f ii I 1 INDICTMENTS FOUND Verdicts Rendered In the Federal Court at FrankfortSN 4Frankfort In federal court here Jacob Brill who has served time In sven United States penitentiaries and Ben Carey of Henry county were Indictedror counterfeiting Charles Ford and Charles Johnson of Woodford county were Indicted and found guilty of sell ing liquor without license John W Bcarlcr of Frankfort was convicted for tampering with thomaUI II Gaines postmaster at Josephine Woodford county pleaded guilty to de positing money of the United States with his own and was fined 9128 May King of Lexington was ac quitted on the charge of selling liquor without lIcensajThe indictments against Sam B Pat tten of Jackson accused ot defrauding wholesale houses in CinclnnatC jCleve land etc by use of the malls wan dismissed The indictments againstJames Pat AugeJandAJgust cases referred to the grandjurywhlchT returned an Indictment against Arnett CONFEDERATE REUNION j Gen B H Young and Viflf i deman Addreas the Old Soldiers Milton Bent and grayVlmtrtKrr eyes still retaining that fire of youth more than 200 Confederate veterans marched with faltering steps through tIngnineteenth annual feu Jof the Fourth KentucQcavalr11esldes the members of tho Fourth many v ter j ans who served In other commands were present besides fifty or seventy five warriors who wore the blue At a business meeting W B Crabb Eminence was reelected command er and VVC Pryor of Lagrqnge was chosen vice commander Eminence was voted as the place for holding the next reunion I VISITS KENTUCKY s Hawaiian Health Official Guest Dr McCormack Bowling GrecnDrJ CS Pratt a prominent physician of Honolulu was the guest of Dr J N rfcCormack secretary of the Kentucky state boar of health Dr Pratt issecretary of the territorial board of health of the Hawaiian islands and Is making ajour fthe southern states tavestiCfttlMr the methods employed la Uieyv0VS health departments He wiaV Panama and Mexico before home Dr Pratt eJ1 I snit D McCdriiack lnI i latest rcethodli employ servaUo J1l1 icJ J w e fltr + lININJ fr 3rtd lbi 5f- Jf4 t 1 t J t1jtJ f 1 t t iiP tJ fr Js jUJ if r tlJjt seai J Louisr tc0 DONATES A TAYJPS Frankfort Lother Ko York has written Gpvi Wlllsd Gtg to give a handsome atataeW ry Clay made by the iamo e cnlptor- Hiram Paw to the state oXon tuclcy The eovernorac the iPIIii offer and when the stat1e arriveg lwill be placed la the new capltol I fl The CommQIlialtlil tCexingtonl Paducah was selected as the place where the State Medical Association will have Its next Ilriualsconvention which wUli ibe held some 4 r time during October 1911 the exact date to be decided oh later LobanonOne of the moat dam 7 ifFlmol11head of horses bcloBfcing to Mrs Cots Sanders were killed and many Say stacksthroughout the county were struck by lightning and burned Vanceburg Judge Samuel O MillIe Itformer representative and county 1andOverwork la his law practice la said to have caused bin mental trouble FranklinTho committees ed to arrange for the entertainment ot the Orphan BrIgade which meets here jinannual reunion on Octoberj2i are rapidly perfecting arraagem ntn and securing homes for the bldecl diers It is expected that SeftW ator Jas B McCreary andformerGoTI t Simon Bolivar Buckmer will efi1 s V 1 i tendance An oldfashioned barbecue will be one of the features of the f8 UnIon WhitesburgA contract has besB let for the construction of the further U extension of the Carolina Clinchfleld c Ohio railroad from Dante Va 40 miles to a connection with the Chesapeake v Ohios Big Sandy road Rt The Breaks on the Kentucky her der line penetrating an Immensely rich coal territory and an important connection The road will be corn pleted within twelve months and bpeh httromthe Atlantic seacoast TOe rich c 1 field adjacent to the Kentucky borur i will be opene- dCampbellsvilleWhen iecase eI the commonwealth against Jl Bagy charged with the murder of W V Cot fey Jailer of Green countyi last asacember and which was sent to this Jcounty on a change ot venue WIcalled here lit was found trough a Zhtechnicality In regard tOthe custciy tYof the jury box key that the Indict uncut was illegal It Is said the tecJI rilcallty was also found to Invalidate Indictments for gambling foiutda1 f Taylor county A new Indictment quickly returned iH the Bagby casV fand the trial set for the next ters ourtS lIi f fta liIII p i t c f 1t yThe Girl Was Uncommonly Attractive waArchisatd Terhune a popular young of London 4 auddenl arouea t atmlw sad lndalent kitew atartltaa seas from th t t t411ovahDy Bon t wZlw ti l yyp a ofDfaO Blr nee from ana Aire makeSa Ky Aer i a been ttb ffJ Y t 1 r t 7J Tq ii a t to l tt1riiiu t to1 cpileartEg to be col- r i t 1 i caa telegraph TerauBe to to Iil8tKer I a ti sUlas lot i w She It to wbe for ee7BCYea sal tki tfo Agsthaa as well t 1i L ekfr foe tk JRKeeM of oar p atbey are already in BagliB The catte overloyMlt Agath Cbtsra 18 Iii tbBB MteQait7aBoaUagbsjad bare Thatsa J M plea real j If f rH Mairrt cried Tie cods tavor I taliYs aettelegraph Agatha pn rlcxtr n Nes asarsrur eves at each aborts f tMt1Nr 0 yeaCaaldTtret wen 47 fITleklHaenwee any r t y Wit 5 4Mar ChftenIy the way had been b sae Fit be AIMMI wits were m t 4 tlttteespaeleaur wheaeiiehad bee e t F Mptft et Xtoc1 Marsh ta Agathiar i lip znu rteai title whisk Terh ane ani s1I to ditliigatih the Agathat 7 Kr that tine eke had recently auuv f OS1Ga11Cbllitraetoraner gnu MMW7 ett lefre the b1ewitkto slTt If 1tM ero fraaa Cattle y v yekllotttjre tenpd erxeelreaaelg h If r a t t rat it w ol Mto tklf rerty trot bt sm a bfIt aIJtrah1yl thet1rr us IKrfiHtbm 1erWklcTernaete I s bkurfapropectychancel- fcal te J i Y 6 IiIIy 1 htd barEly reuhc tltls IutMjery ooBcliMtoa a te rg rd to If tieetethturaedti1 u and W IL p lt thekeMke lItliU read pieangerlsra4err tke ueiti t JFXKtrtlel jcrle4jl Tfcem 1 faMtwt rBy yeye If it i t eti tvd T flHHM MiMeUi pt u aIi- drredttr i11tagir were well maa K d atIr a heiltWee elghted i rr rw i sdr fi aad harried orer S 1 1tyt71i lavrt tow 1 k e brL t a M YA elNasnpoietot- IatJ tbliwW yoaT Rlgkt oC the peu1rt5rui3re never eeaie to ri14bi r ri r a eailrjerT1sgeIt ay TAn t l 4ISaverisk ohaaged places J Xs1 e i be be who wan always r i RaN riiw iki jut the other tA 1y IllrMneh fer the dlgaltles of life ti qi ti1a t t t fr 4 u fellew sailed aay Eric rod tJ drat have me wet 4i XiMhsrbanheiaaM aa old boot + tiiSfatr rvetf I1wearelat lre J il + w II p etBiedly Ak Lady Vlaceat c +F4t j nln to my wJte t dear Mrs Wll re J ic ir 1 tI j t l 1 rM f rte y ld lp rAC 1 a1it rl i s t rstl li I t1 ltIt t i1 l ill j tt Jr1l arest gave him both her pretty ds li ou old dear she cried How lice of you to coma And now sit down and tell us all about iti said my wife Wilfred has given me his version of course but 1 want it from headquarters Its the most exciting thing In the worldL How uicjf your Aunt Georgy to gjivd us an interesting problem to in mlw k jell otf tj graa J t fKh such a Jce she coBtia lIaa diners nave i and I e top teeaed tora hiCw aH1atIDJ is deJaeueaQeatj secm extraordinary ac atdesced Terhune that such a thing hauloa pp to m Who would afar hav- ethUgbtot Aunt GilDcamlng on Ml A tWhY shes promised me the property all her life and to go and dtfle 8Udd nlioutota clear sky l most marry In ten days or for yeaoldrs hyDearei skilled at him sympathetic IhortaItlmeuthatdifficult proposition she murmured- Beaatiy difficult exploded Arch Ad thats what I came up from Lon don to see you for I thought If any waisYou know you did things In rather refereaceofwile during tire exciting sad some tosixa yeaar And your confidence is not at all misplaced fay boy said I tallYo- uwUlbdAad fell to telling him of our house party plan all in n breath and as fast sJ I could talk Terknae was first amazed beautthuslaam and liaised a head at each of u Acalha Sixth he cried w otherWkatfrlencla e the chance CHAPTER III And If youll believe me the evening el the next day sap our two other Agathatr over1Hr to a telepheae confabulation between my wife kind the mistress of that eatsb Hsbaest and byj dinner time our rath er peculiarly la erestlng house party wait gathered round the table coSpieta ancllmatrimonial plot especially so though tie two girls were almost as tlreattho e trendslpassed rapidly Agatha First ha been with Mrs Cbiltern the longer it vhadkgirlee notithey had been with others pit the six Agatbas hohadflrst tatted ler Ungialtwho seemed at all quiet and I guessed i t S r r knot ho was somewhat sobered by tbJI swiftness with which the pint had begun to thicken about him After dinner wo had a little music and I had n bit of laugh all to myself as I watched the feverish attentions which Arch was paying Agatha Sixth who was at the piano The girl was uncommonly attractive and thats a fact In n sort of band palnted minia ture kind of way She wore a most becoming gown of cream color and her fine profile showed to advantage against the black of Terhunes coat as he stood besldo her Nevertheless I couldnt help letting my eyes wander to my wife who sat across the room from me delicate as a flower supple as a young tree and wholly sweet Her hair which curled to distraction about her long white neck made a gorgeous halo about her headIt was a pleasant moment that after dinner Interlude as I looked around me at my wife trod my guests the fine old room with Its goldentoned manylampswith content I suddenly missed the fifth member of our party Agatha First Sho was not in the room In a case of odd numbers It Is easy not to notice the absence of tho odd one Poor Agatha First was undoubtedly that unlucky individual having no man to pair oft with though Dearest and I had tried our best not to let her feel this deficiency However gone she was from our midst that was certain enough and I was just about to wonder aloud as to her disappearance when the door from the hall opened and in she walkedDont lets stay indoors she en treated in her breezy American voice Its so lovely outside The moons just coming up And she strode vigorously across the room toward the glass doors that opened upon the lawn As she paused at the threshold with a little commanding gesture toward the terrace I couldnt help think ing that my wifes friends were both of them uncommonly handsome girls She was so superbly healthy w1 such a color In her cheeks such snap to her eyes- I caught Terhune glancing Irreso lutely from the girl at the piano to the girl at the door Let me open It for you he offered at last going to her and throwing wide the tong windows And the of us Agatha Sixth after him an Dearest and myself last followe- them out my wife and I exchanging looks of more or less significance a we did so As well as I could read It her look expressed a slight apprehension Mine I meant to Indicate amusement Terhune is such a con tolled old chap a wink or a nod from one of the other sex is enough to upset him and he changes his allegi once as easily as he changes his coat- It would be just like him after all our pains Budas I said later when we had gone ipstairs prophesying boutTerhune in connection with the talc Xi Js about aa much worth guoantagwDlcDwpytbtwfaQd Ioj t t3 lmOonNl nor so t nrIaare 34IT 4 Cbi11 r yea chances wia exptraL+ feil upon by his Aunt Oeorgyj that I III1ed as aspect of thecaaewhich seemed to me to simplify matters eyes made them more interesting 1 cant think he would be foolish enough not to sUck to one or the oth ertc said my wife Surely hOles that its impossible to waste anytime picking when ha has only ten days aiWewere upstairs and she had come wdressedd e ally wrapped herself in my blue striped lounging robe in lleuof evening frock a costume that thought quite as becoming as more conventional attire The turquoise blue of the stripes set oii her sparkling Dale to the Queens taste and the rough folds of the hood about be throat made her head and face comparisont pennyeof Terhunes is getting to have as much of a thrill about it Its the shortness of the time with what tie exclUnctFancYtime Yes but of course he has the ad vantage of having a girl he knows aa well as he does Agatha Sixth to pay court to Jt makes a lot of differ once you know where the girl in the manbin I had been strolling about the room lBwe talked hunting up a favorite nighhot I halted in my stride DeaiesttAsked a 1 news to me that Agatha Sixth actual ly cared for Arch Ihad only dared hope she would eventually Islld that sheAgatha Sixth cared for Terhune repeated Dearest obligingly You dont say sol I exclaimed with a long whistle of astonishment Of courseshe answered calmly Stupid boy not to have seen It all along Well I didnt I admitted and I dont see how you did either It was as plain as your classic myIwould have known for she told me herself Well then I cried doesnt that fix 3hlagef Whats all this uncer talnty about I should say that Ter hune was certain of his spats prop Wdp out of his suspense TO BE CONTINUED Spoiled the Evening for Her I suppose you had a perfectly love ly time at the dinner party tsar night No Through some mistake they seated me next to my husband Hes Lit Up Too Doesnt the town look pretty lit w rYes but you ought to see my hw baud + ttt 1tJ8 fyJ p K t KENTUCKY f GLEANINGSWHAT DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH W DIPPING OF SHEEP It Will Be Restricted to Those Ex posed to Scabies Fraukiri Only sheep affected wi t or having been exposed to the must be dipped This opinion wn given by Atty Gen Breathltt to the live stock sanitary board who met here Drs F L Bertlam of Cincinnati and A L Payne of Washington met with the board and discuss methods of eradicating the scabies so that the quarantine will be titled from the sheep in this state Dr Payno reported that the cattle in Woodford county ill with fever war not afflicted with Texas fever Judge Stout entered an order In the State fiscal court directing Secretary of State Bruner to accept the amended articles of incorporation of the Louisville Packing Co making a slight change in the name of the cam pany without collecting the organlza tion tax Suitable bocks for the inmates the charitable and penal institutions of the state will be furnished by State Library Commission This d clslon was reached here at a recent meeting Mrs George Flurnay of P ducah was appointed to report on the Eddyville Prison and the Hopklnsville e Insane Asylum Dr William Daugher ty on the Lakeland Asylum and the State Librarian on the prison and Fee IlexaGreendale Good and suitable libraries within reach of every county high school in Kentucky at the two penitentiaries and at the state charitable institutions andLdid named to carry Wse commission expects to have a good library within reach of every county high school- The commission held along meeting here at which much routine business was disposed of BIG CROWD AT FAIR Opening Day at Falmouth Waa Attended by 5000 People J Falmoutn Belwen 4000 anti 5000 persons attended the fats herey1 Tfr day war ri ides one and the ma arse t ritl + tnalsn or u mavnei s4 they hatiQiith croWd Judge John Lasslag ifemocaratla nominee for appellate judgefkls pppor neat JudgeTomiinrsad Arthur B Co1I7rreJsamong the attendants Others who came up from Coving ton were Mayor Craig City Auditor Seller State Senator Arnett exCity Auditor Gould Clifford Nadaud W W Jtllls CharlesFls herDrAdams George Wells president of the Er langer Fair association Gus Lively dothersManype a Paris Bracken county and Grant county were also present wa oIy took the first three heats in easy fash Ion Lord Anton owned and driven by Charles Keith of Covlngton won the handilyr 76 mother of Miss Freda Henry was knocked about ac fieballes Henry had her mother sent home in a conveyance where Dr McMillan at tended her PATENTEDcFrankfort Although Kentucky next to the oldest state in the Union outside of the original thirteen states there is still much land In Kentucky that has not been patented The land patcntscounty B E Pearcy 60 acres Wayne county H F Robinson 10 acres Muhlenberg county M C Cooper 118 acres Magoffln county Nola K1na 78 acres Wayne county GW Flel 4 acres Letcher county L L Hop kins and John Hopkins 22 acres Knox county G Burdtno and W F Xln yille 160 acres Pulaski county W A Kinno and W Winchester 10 acres Wayne county James Hogan 20 acres Lee county PROMINENT FARMER DIES It N McMillan Passes Away In Mon roe County MarrowlxJI After an illness several monUfs of paralysis RIr Mc Millan a farmer of Monroe county died at his home at Olin at the age of 70 years He was a first cousin and GovBentongraadthUdren Washington Postmasters apps ed Lackey Knott county Pearlle Wickers vice S B Webb McKee Jackson county Fannie Collier vice A L Reynolds Wrlgley Morgan county Teno Reed vice J F Reid resigned Greenup The steamer Greenwood a Cincinnati packet struck a snag and asCatieUsburgCincinnati All the passengers were transferred to the stcrmor GreI Hound for Portsmouth O i t Yiy kY1 J TO EXAMINE FREIGHT BILLS Commission to Find Out if Shipper Are Paying Too Muc- hFrankfortExamination of freight esPOe will bo examined by the railroad com mljslpn during tho next year with a view to ascertaining haw much money has been paid the railroads in excess of what the proper rates should be I Is stated by the railroad commission that one shipper has paid a certain railroad G000 more than he should have paid during the last few years and It is believed that overcharges have been made by many railroads to a large number of shippers If it s overchargehave I Wse money Kentuckys railroad commission haldecided to stir up things on its complaintdj been hearing complaints by tho score and has been entering orders that have relieved the shippers of burdens but it is believed that in a great many defraudedewithout their knowing it and have been forced to pay at higher rates than the tariffs call for It Is said to be easy to make an overcharge and the average shipper does not notice the amount of the bill but pays it without investigating see whether or not the tariff laid down in the schedule has been charged Negro Educators Want PositionTtfegro educators from all over Ken deluawiteletters of application for the place as anad Industrial Institute for colored per sons at Frankfort There has rev been a dearth of candidates since first announcement of the resignation of the former president The board of regents of the school has had a of hundreds from which to select the new head of the school and to pick out the right man from that number has not been an easy task The board elected Prof Meyzeek of Louisville t as president of the school but be de cllned the appointment So far be has been the only available man to decline the position and the man selected now J S Hathaway will accept TOLD OF CRIME AND DIED While at Work Telegraph Operator Is Shot by Robbers Covlngton At his key In the Ili C O railroad depot at New Rid mond Station Ky F C McKenzie 25 night telegraph operator was sh and killed by robbers who broke ol a cash drawer and extracted tickets and money amounting to several hun dreg dollars Ten mjj after be received ii v Sued in err L1drbSa r i 0 l- llta ot1estb roun1 Y iM rata NorK asd expkedia3a arras af fete seconds later tMcKenaey wasf on the aiBht tr1ck going to work at 11 oclock in the little station which is juMop New Richmond 0 ten miles a Cincinnati on the Ohio river The C O does nott touch the Ohio city but takes passengers Whtrferrgac the river REFUSED TO ACT AS JUDGE Frankfort Federal Judge Cochran of Maysvllle refused to hear the Injunction j case of the Loujsyllle Nashville Railroad Co against tho state railroad commission and enter ed an order requesting Judge Seyer ence of the United States court to appoint a judge to bear the case Judge Cochran had acted as attorney for the Chesapeake Ohio ran road years ago when the same points were involved as In this case At that time the constitutionality of the Mc Bard act Wes attacked and Judge Bv calens hold the act unconstitutional The supreme court decided that railroad commission had the right act in specific cases WANTS FRANCHISE wasfa in g ton Big Bone 8c Carrollton Traction Co the right to construct tracks operate cars over streets In the lower section of the city ending at Second and Crescent streets at the western corporation line It was rumored that the company is seeking an entrance to Cincinnati and that by construct- Ing the tracks in the western part of Covingtondand be made to cross either the C 0 or Southern bridges Officials of the company deny this however and contend that the new tracks will merely serve to be the connecting link to a loop running through Ludlow and joining main line at Crescent Springs ShelbyvllleJohn W Thomas Jr of this place who has not been heard from In several months has boon Identified through e photograph published in a Chicago newspaper as the Londonof re Thomas who now is InS Georges infirmary London was for a time sup posed td be Alfred Reardon of Bos- tan Again he gave the name of John E Drexel and thought be was connected with the Drexel family bf Phil adelphla His case had become an fay ternatlonal mystery Pompeow Gen D9t thisaIl next year as a specimen of American sculpture Sculptor Copplnt has been Invited to send an exhibit to the art exV position and as be considers the M if taR statue his masterpiece he will askedIreturnedI4 iaOrd 1i i yYrrY xr J t r DOCTORSIMany Present at the Meeting of the State Association Lexington The annual convention of the Kentucky State Medical acoscla ilea opened in Curry hall at th Y M C A building with one of the largest gatherings ever recorded Dr1 A Sherley the president called the meet ling to order- t The extensive displays of medicines Instruments apparatus and various preparations occupied the entire low cr floor of the building All the visit ing doctors were entertained at lunch eon by Mr J B Haggin at his magnlfl celt Elmcndorf tarm while the Fay elte Medical society entertained the clubsAt a meeting of the Henry Clay man ument commission at the office of Judge J D Hunt it Iwas decided tore the broken narts shattered by lightning by substituting new ones which will perfect- again The mausoleum which forms the base of the monument will also be covered with a roof of Bedford stone WILL RESUME OPERATIONS Trustee Named for LllyJelllco Coal Co Mines LondonThe first meeting of the creditors of the LllyJelllco Coal Co bankrupt was held before Judge JNSaunders in the office of Attorney Sa- C Hardln here and Col RI Jack of this city was elected trustee he liabilities of the company amount to 35000 while its assets are 51 w11hOFFICIAL FOUND IN RIVER erNewportA body badly decom posed but later Identified as that Henry Remme overseer of the Poo stof this city and well known politically throughout Kentucky was found float Ing in the Licking river near Do Coin sey Ky five miles tram here Remme disappeared last week but owing to his habit of making prolonged trips throughput the state nothing was thought of it The police had made every effort to ascertain his whereabouts but was unsuccessful until the report of a body being found in the river led them to De Coursey and the body was promptly identified d as that of I emme The sutcldo theory is not ndcsc i in the slightest by the r e IONhWinchester The 45th at M con SuhySyschbolIter beginning Octobers JJeduced rates will btgivebyc ntitroads rod entertainmentfurnish x Uy lae good peplerpftiiat city T 1 r r L Nevs in BifoF Harrpdsburirrthe State 16 ethodist Conference ended weekseesslo oithoDhov od trains and Sunday newspaper acearose in this town were destroyed bjt fI een tailing a 16ss of about 5000 T homes otICapt Alex Rowan 8 Turner and Albert Taylor were rtf doted to ashes The origin of the fire is not known The Icfsaes are partly covered by insurance Frankfort Word was recelyejd herfi by A R Dunlap manager of the Frankfort News that his grandmother Mrs Elizabeth Dunlap had died at the home of her soninlaw Federal Judge J H Rogers of Ft Smith Ark Coincident with Wedeathof Mrs daughtertogranddaughter at Mrs Dunlap so that Mrs Dunlap of Ft Smith lived to be a greatgrandmother by a few hours Prottothe Lincoln county officials CIrcui- tCourtJudgeL9uls L Walker called upon the governor to furnish a detail of state soldiers to protest the negro Spay Pellman who was placed trlalata special term of court f yearosa4daughter a prominent farmer of this county Judge Walks said he had certain information plans to take the negro from the officers and lynch him and he was n witting to take a chance Louisville Elsie Brown of New AI bony and Catherine Smith of Owen boro of the Convent of th Good 1Shepherd broke through a sec ondstory wlrfdow and made their escape by climbing over a 20foot wall They were apprehended later by New Albany police as they left the Ken rocky and Indiana bridge on the Indl ana sid- eLexlngtonIt has been decreed by the student body of the Kentucky State university that all members of the freshmen class must wear a red skull cap when on the campus to ath letlc contests and to the theater t November 1 until May 1 If caught wearing any other headdress the illegal skyplece will be confiscated by a lrenorMaysvlUeBurt Lewis was found beside the tracks of the C toint- he outskirts of this city with his head crushed and left side badly mangled It Is supposed he was hit by a freight train- Lou6VlIleThe 44th anniversary Michaels church 212 South Br street was celebrated Sunday The interior of the church was decorated for tho occasion and the altars were arranged with Rowers and candles In the center of the church is a handsome chandelier which floods the whole edifice with light Lexington A shooting affray be tween Thomas Hc ndshell and Miiet Hollan Breathltt county muntla ears resulted In HlAindshell being fatally wounded + Hollan was ul ly hurt Houndshet was rrought t a hospiW here tt 61 1 1t Rl LS y JVtTd r r4 1 1 aliI if f rrJ11 it 1 THE MARKETS Cincinnati Live Stock t CattleShlppers 550a675 butcher steers extra f585a610 good to choice to 485Fb76helfenextra485a510good choice 425a4S5 owl extra 460 a a475 good to choice 375a OBu1Je Bolognas 4a465 fat bulls 450- a1iCalvesExtra 910 fair to good 825a975 Hogs Heavy 875a89C good to choice packers and butchers 9a910 mixed packers 885a90fv common to heavy fat sows 6aS light shippers 860a9 plga110 Ibs and less Ga860 Sheep Extra 375 good to choice 310a365 Lambe Extra 760a7rf6 good to choice 575a 650 yearlings 4a5- Cincinnati Grain r WheatNo 2 red Ial02 No1red 93a97a CornNo2whJte65ya5- Gc No 3 white 65855yc No2 yel r low 64a54c No3 yellow 63a54 No 3 mixed 54c white car 60a62c mix f ed ear GOa62Uc yellow ear Otn62c OateNo2white 36a35Hc No 3 white 33a34c standard white 34a3oC No 2 mixed 34a34cNo 3 mixed 33a34c Hay No 1 timothy 17al750 No 2 timothy 1550al6 03 timothy 14al450 No 1 clover mixed 14 a450 No 1 clover 12 Malt P Spring barley 87a90 BarleyNo 3 spring SlaSSc No 3 69a76c Rye No2 75a77c No 3 73a74c Cincinnati Miscellaneous Butter Extras 31c Ib firsts 30e fancy dairy 32rc Poultry Hens 14c Ib spring chickens 12c spring 6a7tmApples 2a3GO bbl Huckleberries U bu Peaches Northern Ohio AA 250 bu B 175 Pbtatoes Home grown 235a250 bbl sweet Virginia yellow 275aaLouisville Ixralsville Total offerings for the week were 615 hhds Of this number 97 were burley and CIS dark herewere 8 hhds of new 1910 crop bur ley offered and sold at the following tat123at12751aC14aiadlat t Y qualityrmatured and In especially good cea dltion for so early In the season There were 61hhdsold burley soWT at suction quality only fair Prices for all grades were Inclined to be Irr regular with low grades easier There were 411 hhds dark offered at auctloB J LITTLE BUYING FOR FUTURE Actual Business for Immediate Needs K Is Large Dry Goods Stocky Are Kept Low r 4 i t few York H G Dun fi Cola freak e TlyVeyiew of trade says The trade recession although plain continueVlrregular actual business fr f i immediate needs being large but F t hereaw for re N t y rfeauligJstc Ji lowsftarakea for 4V tAroag econosrfcp assitfotsee teeklly aaretaitp JJArE ibJJJ ncmUng vn1jr Z b IW ri iflargeSome ieadeacy tow rd Araese1w Ji apparent iii certain departimaliv otr niron and bleeLaltaoBghia geHeralth tbY irf1jag for future requirements aM t1Jjtof tho present demand is for irome fdlate needs only ti t Detjhand while spring buskiOM is limited Press ginghams and subcount prints freerlyiet l h re ia moderate de for print xar3 goods for printers and cc ers use sales tttall River las eek running ahead of production r a Mills continue to curtail in cottoa centers and until the trottoncrrPia matured selling agents are slow to move on prices for staples Yarns ule generally quiet riJa1101Be ha provement noted intI call for ww i y credo The Bllktrade shows decided steadiness and better tone MP Eastern footwear JBaMufacturers 1ofagain shows improvement this week but other lines areaS slow as ever TradeqIn solo leather Is improving able sales of rotten backs reported ie saortonnages j r Failuresre revlewr naysfc rPennsylvania whisky market te firmer Production has been roefrlcb ed for three years goods are cancer and a demand to aer States for the week ending September 29 were 211 against 190 last week 195 In the like week of 1909 225 la 1908 177 in 1907 and 136 in 1906 SrBusiness failures In the week In Canada number 43 Wl1lc1tcompawf with 22 last week and 22 inbe corre w sponding week of 1909 Wheat Including flour exports flans 4the United States andCaAadaSortlae week ending September 29 aggregate 2126637 bush against 1583608 last nomrg n29 exports are 19360999 bush against t 28415783 in the corresponding period 7 last yeararlare 59 f 869 bush against 299366 last week j and 113841 bush in 1909 For the J3 weeks ending September 29 corn ftI ports are 3656131 against i349202Jr t last year cekMother Tried to Prevent SuicideiWith his mother tram tlcally endeavoring to restrain him Dr Hubert Cndger a young physician commltte4sulclde the Grand Union hotel htlIMtstorm the barn of John W Fogg was struck by lightning and burned witn partlaJ1ylnsured141gbtnlng t P C Trlplett tearing off the chimney 1i 1 c t 4Af fE i 1 r s iiltJ F r t If Aa I c OWISGSViLLE OUTLOOK I PUBLISHED WEEKLY iOWINGSVILrE KYI Entered according to Act of OwinhSvilleKy matter THE OUTLOOKS subscription rates are as follows 4t One year One Dollar Six months Sixty Cents Three mpnthsThirtyfive Cents anyboly 4 Subscribers desiring a change r 1of address should give previous f writingCorrespondents always get their it ms to us not later than Monday if possible when out of stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper News matter of general inter est is welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in Va serted dont wait until Tuesday p or Monday for the paper is not i set up in one day nor in three lays l 1 Sign your name to communica lions or they may go to the waste 4 basket Advertisers wishing a change or discontinuance of ad should inform us the week previous to dayacommunications to JOBN W HONAKER OwingsviHe Ky T THURSDAY OCT G 1910I ==== =L ANNOUNCEMENTS Ware authorized to announce i Will J Fields of Carter county i as a candidate for Congress in th Ninth district of Kentucky subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party I VICE PRESIDENT SHERMAN is resigned to the result of the Sarp atoga convention The only rca son is that there is nothing else to be but resigned 4 i TIm dynamiting of the Los An geles Times building is on the most crimes of the time t Speedy punishment of tie guilty j8JI9P by all good citizens RQPSEVEL did justw1ilthe l shedat the J ew York tionatSaratosu I a ii Jn r u nde 00 NP lnI r jSLi 4v tBoss h4iirpbyoi Tammany named t e N York State Deal crtic ticketJohn A Dbis- th cindidatefor Governor What heMwayjt can makeagainst the Rooseyelt ticket remains to be seen RoosEvELTs New York plat form givS unstinted praise to Tafts administration and en dorse the layn Aldrich tariff t Jaw How that will suit the i Western Insurgents like Bever idge CumminDdhIiver La Fol 1 lette etcj remiiiti tie seen j 1I TEDDY maybe lngdeeper I politics than has been suspected I It libarely possible that he is 4 ding the Insurgent stam pede to bring it around behind his friend Taft What gives some color to the suspicioun is that his New York platform endorses Tafts administration a n d thePayneAldtich tariff Jaw THE news dispatches T R Toewater Vice President of the American tobacco Co as saying in Winchester Thursday- vI wouldvt Joty to bring 10 to 12 cents that i the company would pay a fair r V price for the average crop which d htlintcrpr tcil to mean about Sc thepoolingrSAVOYARD in his letter from Washington to the Louisville J VoBt talks the following soUnd Vtehse 4 V Now we are going to win it tiiisi election and nobody will re 1 5oice over it more than one Roose 4 veiL will have a quorum of heHou compo ed of Demo i rats from the North The mal- i iii Jority will be the biggest in the v liithry of Congress The Dem 1 ocrats will again have an oppor l jtui1itYto be Jeinocratic Mr io is going the t tJ grand stunt of Bryanizing the r Republican party r AAre the Democrats of the rf Sxtysecond Conge going to j outrKoosevelt Roosevelt Quite t i Mkely and iif they dp then fare well forever to the Democratic t 7 party k VThere has never been but one 74i a01t ofD mocICymgurfOuntry w th the s Aif that was the of Jef yc k j TildenJaftclCley 1 ar spurious Will the majority t o ihthe Sixtysecond Congress aoh- h4f J eta the true Democracy o- rt will theY outbid all the fakirs of n both parties for the totes ofthe Ib e cllf9Ol andhoboQnthatdepends 41 t whether the Democratic party f 1f q shill die soonqrlate dLi J 1rhP 1t I if YJ IJy l l II r l i If Ii J fMil Y lilt19 cJ i I i t i fit I a 1 r k i J 4 if fIt 4 t j Js 1 4 Mr Bryan announces that he is a buck number He surrenders the stage to Col Roosevelt who makes much more incendiary didIsevenI years that Mr Roosevelt President he never dealt monop oly a single blow On the contrary he suspended the Sherman anti trust law long enough to allow the steel trust to absorb its only rival He saved Paul Morton from the clutch of the criminal court He promised all the world in the efflorescence of good in tention and delivered nothing in the fruition of good action He is now a candidate for President as much as Clay or Douglas or Bryan ever was And it all depends on what the Democrats will do with their ma jority in the Sixtysecond Congress It will be a great victory they will in November despite Pattersfenism in Tennessee and the prohibition question in other Southern Statesand a great victory is sometimes asdangerous as a great defeat is mournful And if the Democratic major ity starts out to outRoosevelt Roosevelt as manifestly Roosevelt has started out to outBryan Bryan then there will be a new alignment of parties and the is sue between them will be law vs expediency The Republican policies ofpa terhalism have created the So cia list party that promises to get controlsooner or later If the Democratic majority of the Six tysocond Congress shall be really and truly Democratic the party of Jefferson Jackson Tilden and Cleveland will live Otherwise place must be made for the Socialists To employ a thought from Balzac That horoscope is as true as that of drunkards CORRESPONDENCE Moores Ferry Lewis Kash of near Harvards Mill spent one night last week with G B Myers George Flood wife and two children of Danville Illinois are visiting relatives her- eHfIsses Bessie and Dora John sonof Cave Run spent from Friday till Monday with Misses Anna mma Otis G B rers went to Mt Ster ling on inezs 7 Pebble FarmerfS willf finish housing to bauothid weeks f R 1j 11 J rL ing i tfi d Mrtha Boyd and r- GertrUdeJlndMissAnni Barber of GreenfilcUU visited the fam ily of 1 N Powell last week The infant of Joel Woodard arid wife diEd Friday and was buried SaturdayTp the Woodard grave y improvingtfSeveral from here have been attending meeting at Concord OlymPIa W BvSwarts and wife of West GeorgeSwarts Mrs Margaret Williamson and two daughters have returned to their home in West Virginia af ter a twoweeks visit to her daughters Mrs Algin Clark and Mrs Perry Staton Mr Wilson and wife of Russell are visiting Dr N T Clark E M Swarts of Loveland is the guest of his father Geo W SwartsMrs Kate Costigan and little daughter visited Mrs Ray Good an near Preston Saturday Mrs Lizzie Swarts of Owings yule visited her mother Mrs D Swarts Sunday jl Everybody remember that Sat urday and Sunday are Elder Bat tenfields regular appointments Miss Clell McGlossbn is on the the sick list P N Moore and son Perry are guests of S J Fearing Frank Downs and little son of Redwine are visiting friends hereSeveral from here attended the school rally at Preston Saturday Stoops I Farmes have begun sowing wheat and rye Fall grazing is better than for yearsThere is still a large amount of tobacco unhoused If Farmers have again brpught t 8 cents Too Juch prosperity cant last long Mrs Louisiana GoodanofPres ton visited relatives here last Week Lee Young is getting along nicely his llimb ddvingnBriberyinvestigatirig committees seems tp be all the go now townisthdersusptcipn d I r 3i jf 2 j J I Corncutting is the latest on recordMrs Alice Dawson and Mrs Emily Young of Owingsville who had been visiting Lee Young went to visit the family of Rev E E Dawson at Mt Sterling Mrs W M Kissick still con tinues very ill at Little Rock Owing to the busy season only picsupperFarmers are going in to finish tobaccohousing this week Bridges Bros sold a Shetland pony to Dr R E May for 125 This section was visited by a terrific wind hail and rain storm Saturday night Tobacco stand ing was badly used up t Crooks IBorn to Bob Crockett and wife ept 25 a daughter Sam Lathram shipped a car load of cattle and a mixed car load of hogs and sheep to Cincinnati Saturday- T Meadows and wife and Mrs Eddie Reynolds allof Whitley county are visiting the family of Jess Parks D S Nixon and wife visited relatives in Fleming and Mason counties the past week Will Warner wife and daughter Mary Iva visited relatives 011 Salt Lick Sunday Mrs Will Steele and children of Flat Creek visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday The educational rally at the Preston schoolhouse Saturday was a success There was a large crowd present Mrs Ben Wells ivery poorly Next Saturday night and Sun day are Elder Adams regular ap pointment at Blevins Valley Uppor Prickly Ash Mrs Alfred Carter is on the sick list Robert Jones and wife visite John Jones and family on Bal Eagle Sunday I Mrs Sue Kerslake returned to her home at Paris Saturday af ter a weeks visit with relatives hereWillie Hamilton and wife visit ed E S Hamilton and wife on Roes RunSunday- AlburnG Shrout and wife of parentsBMrs Mary Ttitn f P elefOAki J s es schrh tCarter and wLv Lt weel Several from here attended the street fair at Salt Lick last week John Boyd and wife of Kansas are here visiting the form ers father James Boyd- F F Tackett sold a weanling colt to Joseph Toy for 6250 Slate Valley We are having fine weather Tobacco is almost housed The most of the crop is in good con dition Corncutting has begun The crop is better than was expected Though some crops have been a failure we will reap a bountiful harvest Mr Ed Henderson and Miss Elva Coyle drove to Mt Sterling byRevis an industrious young man ofl neighborhoodThe Coyle and wife of Prickly Ash very industrious and res pected We all join in wishing prosperousjourney There was a very large gath WrightsislandonPrickly ingsville and White Oak Sunday schools met there for an outing spentde1ightful WEE Atchison wife and little daughter Lillie Kathleen of Salt were guests of the family of Sam Shultz Saturday night and Sunday Several from here attended the street fair at Salt Lick last week Elzie Toy andy family of near Craigs spent Sunday at the home of Sam Shultz Enoch Sorrell wife and baby of Prickly Ash visited the form ers parents Newton Sorrell and wife at Craigs Sunday Stonstone S Po Steele has been sick Misses Artie and Virgil Ragan Spent from Saturday till Monday with Miss Nora Highley in the Olympia neighborhood Miss Millie Carmichael is very sick l I Miss Mary Blevins Is visiting her aunt Miss Ella Donohew in Mt Sterling Mrs Charles Price and baby are visiting Mrs Ben Price and family at Lexington Mrs Joe Ray was very sick last wek lt rj1 f Mrs Lucy Williams visited her daughter Mrs Robert Wilson near Spencer last week A number of friends took birth StepleSunday Little Hazel Carmichaelof Mt Sterling spent Saturday and Sunday with little Ollie Reynolds Miss Mary Lyle is visiting Rich ard Montjoy and wife near Mt Sterling spentSunday TerryMrs Joe Ray visited J W Johnson in Clark county last week WalIF A McQuithyand wife Ivyomtng of Wm for 60 Miss Ollie Vanlandingham is very low- Trumbo Snedegar lost by death paidIMiss Rennie Gregory returned vlonday from a weeks visit to her sister Mrs George Snedegar ht Tilton Odessa 1p Born Oct 1 to Francis Sex ton and wife a son Elder Pleas Baize and wife of Kansas are visiting relatives anISunImore Mrs B was the young est child of Elder John Doyle and t wife both deceased cauibdIS Jones was 74 OH the birthday mentioned She was 78 Mr y is about 85 They have spent Go years of married life together Trs H S GilmpKe of here and performed day on Mrs Mary Roby for cata- ractJ of the eye at the home of- sonJt er B Lindsey Woodson B Gudgell has pulled through the pneumonia His se rious trouble now with his toe which I j Uer than a month ago ti swollen to the hip- I R nell bought a cow of JW IrnelUast week for 35 Salt Lickvv Dart D BrienVwho r as charged rii 4faf l- ri l ai t here Mvn IH C liMton J R Hunt hi Cte ultofMt Sterling came la t eek and took in the street B Caaity attorney of Olive Hill was here last week made a nice address at the street fair Dr L F Robbins is on the sick list Only five arrests were made during the street fair no fights Jeff Howell of Morehead was here on a visit Sunday Dr Wilson of Olive Hill has RPbbinshosPltat Willie Wills of Lexington was here Sunday to see his sister and grandparentsU Marsha Clint Al len of ML Sterling was here SaturdayThe dutchman leaves here this week for Owingsville Mrs Thos Adams of Clay City visited her daughter Mrs J Col liver here last week Miss Fldrence Conyers ofWhite Oak won the 5 prize given by Mrs Minnie Robbins to the pret tiest girl at the street fair She is a daughter of Oscar Conyers and is 15 years old A Our street fair was a decided success All seemed to enjoy it Mose Thompson of Coif ax die4 suddenly on or streets Saturday afternoon of heart A dash of wind Saturday night caused the top on the merrygo round to come loose dropping suddenly on the merry riders but no serious damage was done CapL C Beal of Dunkirk In diana came back Saturday on the hunt of men to work in the glass factory here B E Dickerson came in from Lexington Saturday jiight to see his home folks C M Meeks and family have moved from Ashland back to Salt Lick to reside NEGRO KILLED INSHERBURNE Joe ip Pi1Jl JPeTriI6le nc- grocs met town of Sner- burie dd1lornhig and ac cording to report McBeeiasked Tribble to payhim a dollarwhich he claimed he owed him A quar rel ensued the menadvancingon each other frpm opPosIte sides of the street and Tribble having a shot gun fired from a distance of not more than three feetliter outIbeen gamblers t y ir iits i fr ttjj N f BAllY STUNG rY EEfJTne baby daughter of Robt Ratlin and wife Nona May aged three months Was made very sick Sun day night by the stings of bum ble bees which had a nest in the loft of their home on the Wyom ing pike OLD BRIDGE TO BE REBUILT Lower Slate bridge will be re modeled this fall with concrete abutments under it The inside i woodwork of this bridge has been standing for nearly three- quarters of a century and is apparently as good as new SUCCESSFUL MEETING Elder D G Combs of Morehead held a meeting at Pleasant Valley Church from Tuesday night until Sunday night It is said that nearly everybody not already a member united with the church Twentyone were baptized at N J Carpenters fordSundayT- oBAccoGRowERs MEETING There will be a mass meeting of the tobacco growers of Bath county at the Courthouse at 2 oclock p m Monday County Court day Every grower is urg ed to attend Two questions will be discussed The amount of tobacco of the 1910 crop and how to secure a paying price for it CORRESPONDENTS WANTEDITHE OUTLOOK would a correspondent at the following places that would send in the news with reasonable regularity and leave out mere visits inside the county SharpsburgUpper Creek Bethel rburne- HENDERS0NCOYLEEd Hen derson of White Oak and Miss Elva Coyle of lower Prickly Ash were married at the Baumont Ho tel Mt Sterling Sept 28 by Rev Ed L Sanford tiE bride is a handsome and worthy young lady a daughter of A K Coyle and wife The bridegroom is a son of Samuel Henderson and is a pop ular and industrious young man GREAT CHANGE IN OLD BUILD ING Judge John A Ramsey in 1902 remodeled the intti of that portion of the Owing Ii ase owned by him and run a i iotel The large rooms were uy all cutup into smaller The Owingsville Bal t Co is making a great n in its corner room by putting in an ironandglass bank lug office now will bC handsome room V The Ovbigs Hns ablrCol TJuj 1y jwiL 1 comm tt1tAlotreside At that tr Laprobt the finest 6 ihrthe State PAYHEEDTO ITIJ Vt blame us if THE OUTLOOK ciases com lag to yoii The U S Vostal law makes certain requir jents of publishers with regara to subscriptions If the p u 1 T i e r doesnt observe them r aws paper is refused the pnv ik je of serptionOUTLOOK will cease Ph to you through the maib No other course is open to us We try to notify subscribers by m ans of an arrow mark at their address when they should renew No matter what other publishers do THE OUTLOOK will observe the law tf WORKING THE BOY Jerome S McWade the Duluth connois seur said of the of children in a recent Sundayschool address Diplomacy succeeds best with the little ones A lad yinand saidPa Im tired Ive sawed enough wood for this evening aint I Im awful tired Tired cried his father look ing up from his paper with an air disappointmentWhy piledoneDid you shouted the boy againIthe saw holds out Nobody ever bet on me and lost And Ii e r rushed back to his hard task again his with en thusiasm Philadelphia Evening Bulletin BETRAYED HIMSELF Dear Count said the beautiful heiress suppose I was to tell you that my father had lost all his money Would you still want me Ahzat would make not ze least difference You are ze most beautiful ze most lofely I still would say you be mine AndNvouldnt you care if my girlj1 going Nix he said forgetting his dialect There are some things that even I wouldatdo for money RecordHerald Do you devote a gopd deal of jokesYoullyou expect to get along pretty well People hate practical jok ers j J r r a tsCtr- 9r i i a M lL q iti TilE REASON FOR IrIt was more than a suburban trolley line It was a line that ran past farmers doors for miles and miles At one farm house a farmer with a basket on his arm got on the car and took a seat beside me and presently I asked him Are you taking eggs to town to sell 1 Yepfive dozen How much a dozen 1 Thirtyfive centsIWhy is it that eggs are so countryHebit off a chew returned the plug and then answered durJedfoolthough hens are willin to putinKerr GOT His RECEIPT He had run up a small bill at the village store and went to pay it first asking for a receipt The proprietor grumbled and was too small to give a receipt It would do just as well he said to cross the ac count off and so drew a diagonal pencil line across the book Does that settle it asked the customer Sure An yell niver be askin for itaginCertainly not Faith thin said the other cooly an Ill kape me money in me pocket But I can rub that out said the storekeeper I thought so said the customer dryly Maybe yell be givin me a receipt now Heres yer money Lippincotts UNREASONABLE HOWLING Inspector E B Heiberg of the State dairy and food department was talking about a certain res taurant in 8 1 Paul Why its as bad as the hotel- up at naming a middleI sized town in the iron The landlord up there does not come out and say Dinner is ready as they do at ordinary places He comes out with a big bell and rings it so it can be heard all over town 1 was sitting in the front room one day when he came out with the bell The ringing made the dog set up a howl Shut upt said the traveling man to the dog you dont have to eat here I St Paul Pioneer Press CnniJ1across I he ottrjr U par his cbufcaniprva ute the elder woui responding shift At last tLc der became irritatedr Say what are you trying to do shifting around like this he demanded Tin deaf in my left ear and was trying to get get where I could hear well the younger repliedAnd am blind in my leteye and wanted to see what you were trying to do said the oth man Boston Globe HE WAS A LITTLE OFF vAfter spending an evening with convivial friends the head of the fami ly entered the house as quietly as readinglighthimself as if perusing massive Presentlyhisknew she would and asked what he was doing Oh he replied I didnt feel like turning in when I first came home and Ive been reading some favorite passages from this sterling old work Well said his wife itsgetting late now Shut up the valise and come to bed HE WOULDNT STAY BOUGHT A guest was expected for dinner and Bobby had five cents as the price of his silence He was as quiet as a mouse untildis covering that his favorite dessert was being served he could no longer curb his enthusiasm He drew the coin from his pocket and rolling it across the exclaimed Heres your nickel mamma Id rather talkSucc- ess Magazine makinglovestarted It is always easy for a woman to quit the use of tobacco ORGAN FOR SALErFerrank good as new cost 90 Apply to D D Doggett rfd 2 Sharps burg KyS 1022 SCHOOL TAX DUE The tax in Owingsville Graded School disfrict is now due and I am collecting same Please come and payas the school needs the moneyS THOMPSON I i ji 4 fgt yi1l 1 Xi LT q F UITandSHADR TRIIE8 Everything fbi Orchard Lawn and I Garden r Write for free Catalogue V NO AG NrSHF HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky Foil SALEt II HOUSE andGJACRElLOTforj SALE Any one wishing to fi move to town and expecting to k keep horse and cow and raise hogs and chickens and havethe it advantage of the best school in b the State of Kentucky I ian tit f you 37 iivRespectfully 7 i 1013 SIP TnJMl tJ f PUBLIC SALE iiOFf SHORTHORN CATTLE bidder I ises near Bald Eagle on I Tuesdays Oct H jjpiot beginning at 10 ocloclcaltin the Shorfchbrnrcattle at I Ninccow 1 Six bull calves Three heifer calVesyV lThree long yearling ers One yearling bulL Th sc are as purS cattle as can be bredvA iTerms cash 7 HECTOR 1sclWAj3 qt 1jj P if JAf 4 fiP DAYlONtAAc- etyleneQu Generator better safer and cheaper than kerosene gasoline or coal gas nearest approach to sunlight most can be easily andaccuratelydisting- uished Well and Cistern Pumps pipe fittings the Perry pneu matic water systemandplumb ing goods i Oscar Palmer q Qwingsville icy f MARBLE AND GR NITE v 7 Monuments Tombstones i and Markers 0 I have ariupto date stock niL ingbtBanegramoogrey a r specialty See me before buy ing1 A C 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