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S I f t I JJt1 4 i Ite P1 I t a + I I 0 ltlIl ti k I J 11711 11 Ebe ii utLokA t i J j t 1 f u VOL XXXII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCT 13 J 9 I 0 NO 4 I Subscribe r A flying dutebmanisuguestI of the town e goinJh4 Y The Teachers District Associ tion met here Saturday Come and see Slessers ladiesInobby suitss 0 Table and dresser scarfs couchipillows baby caps at Mrs Mound City paints wear longestt7 and look best T M menslovercoats 14tf e Young Buff Orpington roosters kk for sale ntl Geo W Mills 1314 Corsets gloves of all kindstkid cotton and silkat S Estiirs 14tf hobbyIndiesI 14tfr a Buy your bearskin coats for S children one to six years caps to match cheap at Mrs Estills t 1 IfurI shoes 14tf t James W Horseman of Wash 4 4 1oeM cornTJust reCeiveda carload of 7 i American fence and Mitchell wagons at E L A T Byrons IJI JtIf The b esiI and I18 suits and- sI s t t overcoats in Mt Sterling regu Mir 18 values 1 PUNCH GR AVES iI i Shmglcs for sale bv r ahge City Mills Grange Cit ivaridV ML Jones HarplQ school I ggfr isp Th complete ock ofJa I In ry l- Ict t PuNf l vT VESi t pt tlr1ir Pl y Zreat t ollNl if jos talIj e Sole ngetit r r pUNCH Gi1VES lr J t 4z4 1l JISaiM1kZhtubst1I k t ISoleagentsfor the f ous5ta J Jt Go shoevaUstyles zV and colors to select from I t f PUNCH GRAVES A1fc u V Mt Sterling Ky tJ i Geta peep tour line of4 j oaks cannons monkeyandwood Cheaters All sizes and good val a jUcs E L A T BYRON t 13tf 1tik HARDWARE ETJBlg stock of hardware harness cook and 1 nesting stoves tinware enamel S 4 ware queensware silverware t ic t robes and blankets implements ian4 wagonsPlces right i BYRON f 13tf rTiiai 0I = SMALL PROFITS FOR CASH 1 With small profit and large vol a t i HnJe T can save you onan aver age ten per cent each year on I 4f r your grocery bIll Try me underp i the new cash system l i +tfRCLYDEBYRON i 7 READ THIS Notice No 2IS 0 have sold out to R Clyde Byron JL my interest in the GROCERY bus Ip 1 irieas and a settlement of your account is requested and Tlmorderto wmd up the old bus 11 FSftp ss please call and settle at once ri 4 kingyou for all past favors a 4tt sn THOMPSON Vi I have bought out my partner inanainew system adopted as by a concentration of ii fi tingforce and reduction of t 1j i rofits I expect to make itto your Zpr intewet to spend your cash with I me R CLYDE BYRON PAY HEED TO IT Dontblame usif TilE OUTLOOK teases corn- ing4k to YOL TheU S postal lasc makes ertamtequlrementsof C7 t publishers withr j t jS cripti r v the publishe r II 7atpbsarye them his news oft4 up youtoji i r 0 t h to rseiBbpentOUS We try M meansftf1 to ftthey renew Q pi whatothei publishers do j THE OUTLOOK will observe the r t J 4 ciw tf 1rx1l r 01 JtIt r fStO l Jv iIo I JI 11 tt JR t iy J ij Jfr r roc 7h f t 11 rf f0 f f II 0 i t Jr j I J PERSONAL l 1Mrs James McKee went 8ter October 5 toII Dr J H Taulbee of Lc loji was here Monday angI Walter Pieratt is ill it is supj with typhoid fcvcr1C rscd Lou Fratman and Mrs JJvt Daniel ofMt Sterling cameI over Tuesday to visit friends Mrs James A Barnes visited n Winchester Lexington and Georgetown last and this week IMiss Anna Jefferson Sharp of- Sharpsburg was the guest of Miss Mattie Woodson Barnes last week Mrs Sarah Jackson returned Saturday from a visit of a month or so to relatives in Montgomery county James Powell and wifeof Hus tonville spent from Saturday till Tuesday with Elder and Mrs G W MillsMrs Lyons and daughter Miss Willie of Surgoinsville Tenn are visiting her aunt Miss DEwing Tames K Butcher and wife of Falmouthwere guests of James j and family ori White Oak 11Mrserty returned home to Mt Ster jMrsJ1BLincoln county Geo A Peed John L Vice and M Richart attended the sales of 19Q9 pooled tobacco atLexing ori last week Samuel Millsof Bradfordsyille Marion county a his brother Elder G W Mills re turned home Saturday Mrs Pierce Gbodpaster after a months visit with her daughter Mrs John Claytonat Covingt n returned home Monday Geo Durant and family o- f1ige Tt left MonBay to it is t rattotL 111ishebmng vxiw y iH jhattend Circuit Court the first he his missed in thir two years jnact 1 b 13jO he following were guests of S M Estill and wife Sunday GrangeCityPoplar Plains M A Denton and wife of Hillsboro John Tipton and Hord Tipton and their wives of Mt Sterling Mens highcut shoes big line to select from PUNCH GRAVES Mt Sterling I am selling strictly for cash profitsM school house 1416 sheetingbleached linon White waists silks in and plain cheap at Mrs Estills Why not do your drainage work this fall Geo Cheap Son Sail tl4itilingright We carry the largest line of John B Stetson hats in Eastern Kentucky all styles and colors PUNCH GRAVES Mt Sterling Ky Land drained in the fall is bet ter for a crop than that drained in the spripg George Cheap Son Ky can supply you with tiling 1415 LOST Monday Oct 3 in Ow ingsvillo or on pike between Ow l ingsville and Harpers school house a pocketbook containing about 12 Return and get re ward 1 IRA COYLE WANTS TO KrowT S Shrout wants to know all who have bought a buggy of him He has a nice souvenir for each of them who will come to his store and register his or her name 1416 TOBACCO SALESA R Robertson of Mt Sterling was here Monday and bought the 1910 tobacco crops of A W Bascom and tenants John Boaz Caleb S Rat liff Do C and Leslie Shrout each at12c W D Young at 12c To Wirou IT MAY CONCERN We have investigated the rumor that a partridge had taken up with S W Evans flock of turkeys near Bethel and find there is nothing in it JAJIES P COLLIVER C G HARPIN w TIrE ToBAcco MEETINGTlie- call for a meeting of the tobacco growers of Bath county at the Courthouse Monday afternoon brought a crowded house D W Doggett was called to the chair and Dr II J Daily made secretary After the object of the ing being explained by Dr A w1- Walden and others to be that of devising means to secure a remu nerative price for the 1910 crop of tobacco the following committee was appointed by the chair Fielder Horseman Chas Wil son Tolliver Donaldson Henry Staton John Doyle S S Rails Taylor Crockett John R Triplett J W Clinkenbeard Jo Whaley John Shrout Roll Ratliff Dr A W Walden Nuck Clark Felix Vice Uobt Shields Boone Conj yers Mark Donaldson Geo Boyd Thos Wells Gay Shrout Chas Harper Thos Power Robt Bris tow D C Shrout This committee of twentyfive was empowered to solicit the signing of the Bath county tobacco growers to the pooling contracts of the Burley Society the contracts to be delivered into the IiShroutenough tobacco is pooled in he Burley tobacco district of sueIcesspoolers at the meeting of the district board of the Burley Tobacco Society at Lexington Oct and vote on the question of whether not to declare on the Burley tobacco pool of 1910 The growers were requested to some up and sign the contracts but only about 41 acres were pledgedThe object of the meeting seems to have been somevhat frustrated by the news of the sale that day of five crops near hereat12tol2Jc IIIsmtorOut i i1hors3ta rSr atR is automobile dihv A inLIS out of hiv uicl f- ijurfti i breaking whe bttggy The Jury in the case of F sI ralrIto F S Allen but itwas claimed by the defendant that the note was technically vitiated by some body changing a figure 2 into a 3 Floyd Alexander on the charge of seduction was given an indeterminate sentence of one to five years in the penitentiary Alex ander has taken an appeal Wm Kauffman of color on the charge of highway robbery was given five years in the penitentiary under the old law Ben Sweet on the charge o f detaining a woman was ac quittedjury returned 45 in dictments and adjourned Friday a gJuthat he would return later and give a decision in the suit to construe the Judge John A Ramsey will Court adjourned Saturday af ternoon COURT DAY The crowd here Monday was fairly large but there of uncertainwas a feeling ty in business matters due to the j tobacco situation that hampered trade in live stock and dealings with the merchants The latt r report a rather unsatisfactory days business Among the sales of live stock reported were Manuel Carpenter sold a horse colt for 50 James Craycraft sold to Cole Barnes who turned thm over to Wm Ratliff of Bald Eagle pne weanling mule for 75 and one for 78 T S Shrout bought two ma ture mules of I B Conyers for 300 two of Ambrose Ulery for 265 and two of John A Clark for 240 Pletcher Crouch sold to Ollie Saunderson two weanling mules for 14350 He sold three year steers at 485 per cwt James Goodpaster sold four yearling steers to Sid Hart at 41c Jas Norris sold three wean ling mules to Ollie aunderson at 75 each Andy Denton sold a weanling calf to Thos Havens for 20 Complete line of heaters dis played for your inspection at E L A T BYRONS 13tf J I L c 1Conditional Pooling of Tobacco Snggcted WHEREAS The American Tobacco Co if unrestrained have unlimited power to control the price of tobacco and whereas they have made known to the public through their agents that the farmers will be compelled to receive a pery much reduced irice for their tobacco grown in 1910 and whereas since the organization of said company they have manifested spirit of unfairness and tyranny in their dealings with the tobacco growers be it resolved that we citizens of Bath county and tobacco growers in the capacity of landowners and tenants in mass meeting assembled do hereby agree to pool our 1910 tobacco crop 10 the Burley Tobacco Association and sign our individual pledges to that effect on the following condi tions towit First That these are to be retained within Bath county in the hands ofCounty G lkLesllc Shrout for safekeeping and at the proper time to be ered to a committee of twentyfive or meetingSecondcommittee to the Burley Association ily on the condition that at the time of said delivery it is the o Jn of said committee that the pledges signed to the Burley A iation in Bath county of the 1910 crop together with the pledge oigned to the Burley Association from the rest fie Burley district of the State will equal twothirds of the acreage 7 the tobac raised in the Burley district of Kentucky = n Low PRICES FOR r ED To- BACCO Jie sale i nhogs head f ISO 1 ledBur lerr t cington fciiTSt after floe vere sold at 9 t fee of 1391 or aE I nthescietysI presIentand ii buyers but no knowf jyers though it is believe one were buying forth IOn j 2395 hhds were sold at to 1825 or an av erage t 2S3 These mostly went it hcinnati brokers and buyer re not so numerous as on tlie st day The a In was postponed until Tuestv to 11 Jo DEADJose Gin Veils1 died at h home o er creek Men county laui ck iIc was at about 75 ye He was a rr 1berHe was t on ofJctWells and a brotH M ro 1c ie4isurvivedThyscsons juLtd 3rt 1JmThefin- MrsJpCla 3 daughte i Thefpregoins ere children t his first marri ertoa daug r of Boots JonV it His secpnd v i was a widov Mynhier He had two daughi is and possibly other childrjVf ais last niarriage HopIINSllARPHe ii r y T Hopkins of near Little ROck Bourbot county and Miss Anna Jeffewon Sharp of Sharp sburg widzded in Lexington near noor day October 10 Tllcde is the only daughter of tht juj Wailer Sharp both of her pa nts being dead She has two b hers Elgin and Waller ofT Surg She is a highly popula jung lady Mr pkinsisason of Chas Hopk nd wife both deceased and jndson of Mrs Malvina Law of Salt Lick He is a wi known and popular yoang man r SED TO 3v Tames It Turn i nd s SeEStewart whotyere to be mv isd Oct 12 by Elder G W Mill at the latters home V W H Tincher and MrSEtta May Sorrell widow of Morton Sorrell of Wyoming neighborhood 10 61pJames Jackson and Je r In1 Carlos Miller of Lexint rand Miss Clara May Ragan of Step stone who were married l Elder G W Mills pet 4 3- MinnieJames 1iart and l ss Blevins 1 COMMONWEALTHS A T T o NEY WHITE The friends oi V B White of Mt Sterling C t monwealths Attorney of this c trict are highly gratified by t efficient manner in which he Piforms the duties of his ofIb His knowledge of the law a skill in applying it with a ready resourcefulness mark him as emi nently fitted for his position y fsMariadied at the home of her daughter SterIlingter of Tolliver Young Craw41fordHer son Tol died a few years ago in the South EJECTED C W TIPTON The Bath County Republican Com SaturdayCoun1ty ed and C W Tiptpn was elected to succeed him fI I v ir 4 j ri a J j k 9DIWU2I 5SrjjjA MCFARLANRAMEY M i S S B Bertie Ramey and Wm McFar lan were married recently at To ledo Ohio They will visit Mr McFarlans parents in Pennsyl vania and will return to Laurel Hotel Toledo Ohio where they will be at home to their friends youngestdaughter wife of How 1 ds Mill and was partly reared in this town She capableI have 30 new buggies half of them rubbertired that I am anx ious to dispose of before winter Prices reduced on each 10 to 15 1416fr S SHROUT The Bath Co Colored Teach ers Institute is in sesson here this week with 11 C Laprelleof Sharpsbur Instructor- A y boy baby was born the past week to Howard Moffett and wife nee Bettie Saundersbf Sharps ourg TWAS EvEn THUSA1asmy Vfella a jighISTWJfiSSjIts eg3Slay it rainedriiev edit to be returned thatt but since that fatal hasnt blessed my sight Heilcntit tea neighbors wife and to increase my woe she lent it to the minister and its still upon the go He lent to a tudent who lent it to a friend and stH its going going gone I wonder where twill end But through the cloud of bor seeperhapsbe lent to me Chicago News THS TEXT rot HIrTJohn- D Rockefeller Jr said a New York banker asktdme one Sat urday a good Biblical text to base an address on Im thinking he said about that beautiful verse from the Twentyth i r d Psalm The Lord is my shep herd I shall not want Beau tiful and appropriate I agreed But Mr Rockefeller there is even a better verse in the same psalm Thou annointest rn y head with oil my cup runneth overGooD FISHING K M Wharry was telling some friends abouta proposed fishing trip to a lake in Colorado he had in contempla tion Are there any trout there asked one friend repliedMrWill they bite easily asked another friend Will they said Mr Wharry theyraabsolutelyviciousA to bait a hook I RATHER DULL SORTYess- aid Mrs Wadsworth the fam ily is most interesting John dances divinely Torn sings like an angel David is a famous foot ball player Susannah paints with great skill And Henry Well hes rather a dull sort of fellow He only woV d supports the others- S nento City Fat1NoW Johnny you must to bed Early to bed mnkesamanIknow whyIIf you never bother busy peo pIe when youre loafing thats one long mark to your credit anyhow Unless you to be the inventor thereof laborsaving ma chinery wont keep you from hay ing to work for a living rhfr r t rlF- J if0 I J I llcENEJ4NIftAN1 I MANUFACTURER OF IIIGKH GBADE b HandmadeSaddlesand HaifeslO- wingsviile f t Kentucky THE RACKET STOBE a J tfsssgfe T Everything for Everybody u ONE PRICE TO ALLI On account of rapidly failing eyesight which makes it inconvenf ient to conduct a merchandise business I will close out my tstock of goods AT COST PRICES until the entire stock is disposed of Owing to limited Space we will not give a complete list of reduced prices but following are a f few of same i i Thin white suitings 23c per yard now 15c thin whititmgs 15c per yard now lOc thin white suitings 12Jc per yard now 9c thin white suitings lOc per yard now 7c India linon lScnow lOc India linon 120 now 9c India linon lOc now 7c India linon 8cnow 61c Hamburg to be sold below cost price Calico 6c per yard now 5c apron gingham 7c peryard now 5ic All kinds of dress material at greatly reduced prices Shoes for men women and children at half price An immense line of queensware and gran ite ware to be sold at unequalled prices Small hardware in great variety at half price Fancy globe lamps at half price A line of mens felt hats in good styles to be sold below cost Just received new line of mens pants for winter wear to be sold at less than cost Best 5c school tablets now 4c All kinds of at 4c per cake f 1 Bear in mind that this sale co tinucsuntilthecntirestpc is sold gand that the earliest buyers get cashpi price paid for eggs fJR MAXEY Owingvfl1e Ky v I tJnt J Ift ii f JtrlItt J 1 1 IfaI I j l i 1i 4t4 1O i4ta Z GREATEST IN THE WORLD tSTAKES 85000 Po S 21000 Futurity Tuesday Oct 43000 Tennessee I Tuesday Oct 4 J 5000 Futurity Wednesday Oct 5 t Great 205 Trot Wednesday Oct 5 M i 5000 Transylvania Thursday 9ct6Great 202 Pace Friday ct7rtO000 1 Championship Stake Monday 10 t 3000 Cup Stake Monday Oct 10 ltThirty Other Sensational Race ti i Daily Conceits OlleJflnRaiIroad1 j TIlE ENTERTAINMENT AND LEC TURECOURSE SERIEScc The Players will open the Entertainment and LqctureCfaurseSeries ChapelThursday oclockThis company of artists pre sents a literary dramatic and musical program of the highest class in its purity has a place irt the worlds work The readings monologues and sketches giv n by this company are literary masterpieces and their rnusi alnumbers will please the most critical The company is young talent f ed and enthusiastic They Have had careful and thorough pro paration for their work and af ter a large experience having appeared before cultured audi ences in the principal cities of the United States and Canada come to us as finished artists presenting only the most refined sketches and readings After all we need and must have some amusement of the right sort and the program of The Players is amusing in structive educational delightful appealing to the best people of the community who are always the patrons of the Citizens En tertainment and Lecture Course All that want good seats get them right away Sixty sold Season tickets on sale at the City School150 Reserved Seats SOc Geneneral admission 35cIRespectfully i Ce F MARTINI Manager i I T g 0 His TITLE CLEAR One of the foremost lawyers in England is Lord Halsbury who was Lord Chancellor in Balfour Minis try A friend tells thi3 story of his career at the bar He was once arguing a case on behalf of a Welshmanand show ed great knpwjedge of the prinJcipality and its people Come come said the judgrat last you know you make yourself out to bea Welsh man Perhaps not replied the barrister but I have made a great WelshmenhiWell thenreplied the judge suppose we call you a Welsh man by extraction An Atchison girl Was a pet un til she married a farmer and went to the country to live But she is no pet now She has seven people to look after sells butter and helps keep up a church Atchison Kansas Globe When some men talk about tbeyarediscussingthe posing on others Speaking of changingclimates you may have observed that the preachers hell aint near as hot as it used to be r The American people have for 5years been trying to raise the mischief and it will not be sur n- prisingif they succeeds jf1 Pf f c Jii vr Il Jj i ri r l 4J 1 c Iji 4t 4tit k = i PEACE OFFER FAILS ARMED MEN CAMP AROUND HOMESTEAD OF OUTLAW JOHN DIETZ it WILL FIGHT TO LAST DITCH I j l t l ri ktfMttr of Cameron Dam Refuses to Jft LlHftnder Except to Governor of t 1i Wlttonsln and Defies Overturn of Attorney General YI t I Winter Wls John Diets bu 7a i refused to urresder to anyone but i tfce governor ot the state of Wlrf r I teoalbd dhu emphatically declared to this edict toT M Froelich 4 the 8t Paul envoy who went to inter I cede la his behalf to avoid bloodshed To the attoraey geoeral of Wlscon I lift and the secretary of the governor I who accompanied him on his trip to f ihe Diets cabin to obtain his surrender 4 1 land the transfer of the cue to another w4 aameiatatemeBba rc SheriffiMaddenGovernor Davidsons effort to bring jpeace to Cameron Dam H f There Is nothing for us to do b- utlito get Dietx and well do it ti4r The llttl log cabin in which the pets family live Is built on a little Ij which commands a view of the i teat oa all sides There II low exceptrrt thebouorIapUeliellamberIn the confereBce which failed the data offered to quash eli the In Ictaaents agalast other membem of 14Ith Dtetx family and all except one I et the Indlctseats against Diets him tIe demanded that all the t tL 8Dlet himself be decided i The states envoys were 4 junable to convince DietS that these demands were beyond their power to grant but they still Insist be Is sane respoaalbleqt closing of the conference Iplaac were made to force the fighting Many of the 100 deputies who have taarrounied the homestead crawled within revolver shot of the Diets cabin and concealed themselves be 7 4 hind stumps toaee and in the gray 6 c Previous to the conference the om tcItIIShad uaderstood from Dletz that lit all the warranta against himself aaa his family except the one for the h jreeeat Hard smootlag were quashed he would cosieout Aftera conference I r I wIUi the county oBcIa it was de c144 to offer to quash all the indict ete agetnit the oUiflCimembeioi 4tkefiiaally Thk was doe but Diets nfoMi A tentative over then wasp ft XIM te v uA all he ludletmeata 1 j 1 actaet kkwelf except the Korelieae tt-b Thei o elilr kerned that they had thuIl i au feivHaitsi b1 avo1yed iit 1 1rf 1J tJMet far 12O4Ctt r tbiL UwiM e- ieoxr IiUH the Z HOME I i 1 hew point tT p rI i4b of Diets to charge 9OM ten a vs t rero i tst through ItIll clalaprlor W 1jt t ie pwebM0 of it trespass suits 4I i t petty dispute- sj by s d grsln sales sad vallq7 I eruUt 6 be the 1 4C ii ow MaeL baying t t it khe 8IterlJr Is4ec t XjOr Y1ate CouB the 4 aI JobA Diet are a the u T8O9fJ IF ly1Wb EOkO0t feelill F ea d be fuat trp1 t ft PoUe iaii Mewy was f t1 4esn4 te the ye1l11eeu4 the i nto hIM itdoy N Jt aee a psflce gw roHrI l 4 Ji Te0 Pelios Twe Hours t Delt Mica a bed t vee bie ds4 troll Haldox and f 1eOtf ia etfcer ileer for two rs ThursdaY Tb pofl eadbesn MHe4 tex VMH s f t r i i1yf lrllIajer Fouud Hartley IsTbe body of George I JP 5Clfl fref wk shot and killed i ti I 1ft Ae1ebsrX seer hers becauee 4 I 1 v L rew te4 bli atteatloas 1 7 ad r tjt AviMsrs IntaI In r4a0L Ij eIIIIrtra ceLe KorU e who started fer Wedae iayla Ate toW1 the Miche C j K fr tabrohS Rob 1t i 1 t est who waaC yaaeeiger mf kred a 1i sIiered f uesr1ne Fined IdItO- I 1p t t Caire IILCiireee L Fkiriey the federai court hors WUdISSdS7 plea oT guilty l ajg er U JJ I PI 4ti1 1 i tr I q j k J f JrZi 7 S i wf t 1Iii 1f r t i 4fit Ipf 0 f bi1 p i + PUT ON THE GRILL LEGISLATOR ACCUSED OF OFFER INQ BRIBE TESTIFIES Declares Speaker of House Asked Him to Get Democratic Members to Vote for Lorimer Chicago Leo ONell Browne mi nority leader In the Fortysixth genera assembly took the witness stand before the senatorial Investigating committee Thursday and told a story with sensational aspects Among these was a declaration that Edward Shurtloff speaker of the house of rep resentatives was the dictator of the plan to elect William LorImer United States senator The minority leader began his testimony with disputing evidence given by legislators who accuse him of bri bery He denied sending for Repre sentative Charles A White to come to his Brownes hotel room on 25 1909 the night before Mr Lori mers election- Browno testified that about three weeks before Lorimers Speaker Shurtleff came to him and asked him whether ho could Nget the boys to vote for Lorimer meaning Brownes friends Browne acknowledged being In St Louis Juno 21 He said ho met Shop hard Link Beckemeyer and Luke and thought he met Clark They were called to meet him through the agen cy of others he said to discuss his political future and his probable cat- didacy for minority leader Did you ever pay Link or Becke meyer 10007 asked Attorney Aus trian NoBrowne either denied all the charges of bribery or evaded by an swering I dont remember Absolute dental of payment ol fJ600 or any other sum to State Set ator D W Holstlaw or any othei legislator In connection the election of Lorimer was made by State Senator John Brodertck CUTS OIL PRICES Reductions Made In Europe and the Far East In Campaign to In crease Use of Kerosene New Tork3LO Clarjco through whom the Standard Oil company makes its official announcements to the public has issued a statement to the effect that the company lisa entered on a thoroughly mapped out campaign to increase the consumption of kerosene in European countries and the lands of the Orient The first move in ths campaign Is the reduc lion of the prices ot oil in those coun trieswMr announcement sayI fa part Tie Standard 011 company has la H Hrate4 a campaign to increase the worlds eonBamptloB of refined oilIThe level of prices for refined oil UBite State flower taap time during y J iar rec ieaurt utVUiu j piia eOMwaittieR f reCae oU te Tala itry 1iMn the same poT 1101 ta MW beibv actively parwed atroa 3k7r c Dfl SURROUNDED d BY DEPUTIES j The iP ekeieh hevn the deptitle surrounded and drew In UP8 nthel 11 tt ef tM WleceiieWi outlaw The home Is marked by a cross while j rwattherItht I1dats th CaMeros Dam the In dispute r twttk1MItIIt leal lI JteIare4aa0rqg1tsotCo kggatthe lertSTcMeC 1l a4suscsUyeaiaasIoavMIltbePiee 8tftwwu i1aMJrefertckLellcbw Hwm afaaUyuirTeL Miss CW 1BacoraAel4 WM ietth er ClerinotFerrand 1sL tta aoaBIIaiIetHlkrotherf 1d eltef JitetiJtI Jtifi avii M ege1mbettirte- lbp c BROWNE May elecUon with STANDARD Clarke 1yia As ladicated by this statement the standard company began trying put the policy of lower prices 1Qthe United States though without an nouncing that it had In view a cam paiga that would cover the world In August the price of refined oil IB tanks was reduced from 6Yt to 5j I cents a gallon and the price ofre taed oil is barrels at the refinery was C1lt1Yceatfrom Si to 8 cents a gallon NavyalaetKlila Two WaMilngtpn3To meta are dead ZOjtotanploetve of the WashlngtoI navy yard Tuesday V- Captata Beatty the commandant f the navy yard has ordered a board of iayestlgaUoa to determine the cause ot the accident lewaGlrlihoob Herself Oflkalopsa ILMlaa HatUe Siders tweatyoae yOsra old committed aul cide Friday while In the company of Homer Wopfter a policeman of Albla The paBYretIt8ledat a hotel as Harry Fisher and wife Jail Delivery at Cairo Cafro1 IllrFlve prisoners escaped FrIdayIlltyattempted murder the other four with burglary lrre Wipes Out Village Winnipeg Man Superlnt eat Cameron of the Canadian Northern Toad anaouaced that the village of Gracetea Hlaoil coBsIstlng of a depot freight shed two stores and 20 house was wiped out by fire Wednesday senator Page to Be Returned Montpelier VtThe twentyCrst bienaial session of the Vermont gen evil aseembly at whicha UBltedI States senator will be chosen was opeeed Wednesday United States geaatpr Page will be reelected ISIGNS OF ThE SEASON lnnnlCOL ROOSEVELT MAKES SPEECH AT APPALACHIAN EXPOSII TION IN TENNESSEE r SAYS ARMY IS LARGE ENOUGH ExPresldent Declares Most Practical Policy for United States Is tc Prepare for War In Time o Peace Knoxville TennTheodore Roosevelt in emphasizing the necessity of the United States maintaining a larger navy In his address at the Appala chIna exposition 3re Friday used the expression Spetk softly but use the big stick t The expresident made his utterance In telling tho Immenso audience that the most practical policy is for the United States to talk peace but prepare for war If war were tocomeCqlonel Roosevelt proceeded our army would do well provided we gave it a chance to prepare forU1n time of pVsace Dont forget that that is essential Re member that It we do have anj iar we will have a real antairoj JtMs not necessary that bit army but we muatj iry Ife ai Jfrcto going through Europe what to pressed me greatly was that nothing commanded more respect from the European powers than our battleijhip voyage around the world into thefbr eign waters The foreign nations do not care about our Fourth bfr Joly ova tlons They do not care when we s out and tell what we can do but when we sent our battleships around the world something no foreign pow er had ever dared to dowell that impressed them lamastrongbellever but I believe the stronger Jvy1a neededColonel Roosevelt reached Knoxville after a stop at Bristol Va where he launched into a defense of his new nationalism and told the crowd that be was fighting the bosses in New York He found the crowds that turned out for him all along the way through Virginia and Tennessee to be equally demonstrative as those on the western trip 500 ARE HOMELESS IN FLOOD Damage to Property In Southern Indi ana and Kentucky by the High Water le 1500000 Louisville Ky Hundreds of persons are homeless in the lower Ohio river valley and damage estimated at 1500000 has boOn caused in Indiana and Kentucky by the floods of the last few days A dispatch from Booneyllle Ind state that 500 people are homeless and that the deluge has destroyed morO than a million dollars worth of property In southern Indiana Dam age to bridges and roads in six coon ties in Kentucky has been placed ate half million dollars Agree on Safety Appliance- lWashingtonDeflnlto standards ot safety appliances to be attached to railway cars and locomotives finally have been agreed upon after nearly a third of a century of effort Itis estimated that the proposed changes in equipment will cost the railroads about 50000000 150000 Fire at Mason City la Mason City ILone hundred and fifty thousand dollars is the estimated loss from fire in the destruction o4 the Mason City Transfer and Storage corn p any building and contents Friday The International Harvester company Is the greatest loser Mansfield to Head Ticket Boston Frederick W Mansfield of Boston was nominated for governor by the delegates to the Democratic state convention Friday the nomIna- tion being by acclamaUon Fast Mall Train Wrecked Sharon MassAU traffic on the New York New Haven Hartford railroad was held up at this point Thursday by a wreck due to a col union between a fast mall train and a freight An engineer and a brake man suffered fatal Injuries Wife of Ambassador III New York Baroness von Hengel muller wife of the Austrian ambas ador is seriously at the HotelLIKegis where she to staying withIfamily j FARMERS MEET IN LINCOLN AORIC LTURIST8 GATHER TO DISCUSS BIG PROBLEMS Thirtieth y of Agrlcul tur 5iAt4 Llnco lal problems atthoFarmers ress which was Audlrresented by 7 appointed by S 4Pthe governor ot other authorityianaamong them wvye many men of ns tional and state reputation who are engaged in agricultural pursuits President Joshua Strange of Marion Ind In opening sthe congress stated briefly the purposes and alms of the organization He laid 5rstandsural resources of the ScQuntov esp I4thecating liquors as a beverage for rivet and harbor improvements for ap4 provalofnaUonaland state forestry bureaus for the work of the national bureau of animal thena- Uonalreclamatl9nscrVlcefor good i4dschools for an extenilon of the par eels post and consolidating the third and fourth classes of mall for the de oflnlandwuterwayafozthe immlgratlowork for an Jmprovetaent of tenant conditions for federal aid to secondary agricultural schools The con grOss Is Opposed to the existing free seed distribution tc gambling in fafm products to ship subsidies to- w4akeuing the oleomargarine laws MOBS FURY IS SATISFIED V tea In Alabama Thirst for Blood and Slay FoundinMontgomery Ala Sitting tupright ji his hack but dead from a bullet wound in his heart John Dell a negro hackman of this city was discovers at five oclock Friday morning His death at the hands of a mob which surrounded the county jail and police headquarters is the only tangible sign of the fury of the white ins n who paraded the streets in thirst for blood Governor Orders Quiz St Paul Minn Sheriff James Mc Davltt Dakota county must appear before a commissioner appointed by the governor and explain why he did not stop the steerkilling contest at Premo park on Septem her 18 Three Hurt In Taxi Smash New YorkMr and Mrs George B Gerau of Los and Mr Geraus sister Antoinette were seriously Injured Friday in a taxicab smashup on Riverside drive Cotton Lockout ii Ended Manchester EnglandThe trouble between the Federation of Master Cotton Spinners and its employe which resulted in the lockout ot 130 000 operatives was settled Thursday and tho mills will be reopened next week Rich Publisher Kills Self Now YorkFrank M Lupton puJIUsher ot the Peoples Home Journal and a millionaire committed suicide Thursday by cutting his throat in tbe bathroom of his home in Brooklyn rA rh kne A I FIVE THOUSAND ARE HOMELESS FOREST FIRES WIPE OUT OF EX ISTENCE FOUR MINNESOTA TOWNS DEATH EXACTS A HEAVY TOLL Tornado of Fire Strikes Beaudette and Spooner and Simultaneously Every Building Burst Into Flames While Occupants Fled for Safety Warroud Minn Fanned by a strong gale the forest fires are sweep Ing the entire country east of here Four tons Beaudette Spooner Hit and Gracetan Minn were wiped off the mop The bodies of 75 settlers have been locate and as it is the death list will be upward of 300 Wagon loads of human bodies are being brought into the railway station at Beaudette It fa reported that many settlers crazed with grief at the loss of fanrllles and property are roaming the woods and searching parties are constantly on the lookout for the In- Jured the dead and the demented One family of nine one of seven and one of five were destroyed A tornado of fire struck Beaudette and Spooner and three miutes alter first ataran every building was aWaze and iwithto an tour they were heaps ptownsout of their homes with what they had on their backs They were loaded Into a passenger train that was standing at ithe depot and taken to Rainy River Ontario The Canadian Northern railway has stationed trains at every station at the service of the people and is doing everything in its power to relieve the eftuatlon The people of Beaudette and Spoon er and the eettlers all through the ElostFive thousand are homeless and the greater part of them absolutely de a tltuto It is impossible to get details or the names of the dead and the in Jured and some of the dead will net be found nntil spring It is 1snpoalb- Vo estimate the damage or at Present but the pioneers of Northern Minnesota must have help OPENED THE VEINS or Pastor and Professor and the Blood Was Transfused to Save Sister Victim of PellagraIAtlanta After gra for twoyears Mrs H E Bush of Mllledgevflle Qa may be restored to health as the ult of her two brothers gfving Sup th1hblood in aid of the transfusion theory which the ifrS C went on tho operating table at the local hospital where Mrs Bush is a patfeqt and gave up one pinto j blood in the effort to save her llfexi Another I1rOerRevSterllng P Wlg gjns pastor of the First Methodist church JUllodgevIIle mada aim lIar sacrifice for Mrs BushoAfter the operations the attending BusbsIwas also announced that recent expert ments with blood infusion In Mobile Ala has resulted In at least a hal dozen cures in pellagra casesy BOYS RUSH RIVALSy For Home Girls Affections to flyer Bank and One Is Drowned Laurel Del Asserting that the boys from here monopolize too much time ot iheCirla on the other side of the Nantiooko river leaving home talent out in the cold bays on the opposite shore repulsed an invasion ot a party of lads from Laurel when they crossed to attend an applecure ting party A flghi course which Oscar Jones 18YMrs old was forced to jump Into the river and was drowned Authoress Will Recover Sight New YorkMarYRoberts Rlne hart one of the authors of Seven Days and When a Man Marries whose tbreait of total blindness we recently reported has Billed for E rope with the asBurance that he sight fa preserved Mis Rinehart was str ckm wit acute eye trouble at her summer homo at Bemusi Point N YaleWWOOk1 ago on the eve of her intended deIparture for Europe The report wa that she was menaced with perma neat Ices ot sight She came aL OhceI to New York where she has tag quietly eyer isince under medical treatment She eald yestenlaYJhEI had been assnred the troublewaa past and would not recur if he was pru dent STEAM VALVE Blows Out on Liner Injuring Six Fire men Vessel Hei 1Houniln Quarantine New York With a roar that wen heard on both sides of the hal a Hvalvelying off quarantine blew out scalding Jsixcloud of steam followed the first rush of boiling water and when other mom lers of tho engln room crew rushed to the rescue they found the jix men lying on the floor screaming with pair MADE NUMEROUS SPEECHES Corinth MIssCnl Roosevelt while en route from Atlanta to Hot Spring Ark made more speeches though they Were short ones than on iny other day of his present trip or any day of 1 his recent western trip Hq traveled tthrough endless fields of cotton dot edt with clusters of white blossoms The train made 50 stops during the day and there were such crowds on hand at every stop that the colonel had at least to go out to the rear plat form and speak a few sentences at D almost every station ci IJi L J roL J v 4I+ + I + itflftt + IROUND ABOUT J 1THE STATE r MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY 1 WARRANT AGAINST COMPANY Questions of Right of Telephone Corporation to Operate In Frankfort to Be Settled Frankfort The question as to whether the East Tennessee Tele phone Co Is operating in Frankfort wIthout a legal franchIse andwheth- t sr i is charging excessive rates Is tb be tested In tho courts Mayor Pols grove has taken the steps necessary to bring the matter before the courts In a squarecut issue He has sworn out two warrants against the company one warrant charging It with operating In this city wiObout a franchise and the other charging it with charging excessive rates for its phones The case will finally go to the court of appeals so as to settle the quesr Uon for all time Scott Hamilton have been employed by the city to aa s lat the city attorney in the prepara Uon and trial of the cases and a warm legal struggle will result Some months ago the City council assed an ordinance after the matter f telephone franchises had been thoroughly looked into providing that two telephone franchises be sold thus giving each company a chance to perfect lIE right to continue in business In this city The franchises were duly offered for sale and the Frankfort Telephone Co bought one of the fran chlses and Is now operating under 11 There were no bidders for the other franchise as the East Tennessee dc clined to buy The theory of the mayor and other city officials now Is that the ast Tennessee is without legal au plauLInworn out for the purpose of finally establishing the status of the com pany as far as its franchise ia con corned IeRailroad Commission Met The regular monthly meeting of the railroad commission was held but no body appeared before the commission with a complaint A letter has bean TobaccoCoquires the C 0 railroad to return o It 1600 alleged to have been paid n excessive freight rates The cqnK pany Was liotifled that it must make former complaint so that the railroad could be given a chance oizrt in a defens The complaint ofJE H Tay lor Jrtf Sens of Franltfort 3g1It at Nnriot taktn a being postpoiiiei by- agreentat ihe Cylagtonepp mati terrlspwas Allthom iuberi of the commission Verepresentat the meeting1 Whisky Sales ncrease The sale of rankf nt made whisky contnuesto Increase and the amount f taxes paid to the government for bablyIFor the montV ot Seplemberthe taxes paid on 4596 barrels of whisky con taining 173813M gallons amounted to 19119474 For the same month last ear the taxes only amounted to 170 or nearly 21000 less than this ear Every month this year has bhown a decided increase over the corresponding month of last year The demand for bottled In bond whisky Is partly responsible for the Increase in tho sale of the whisky madcln this district as the public is becoming ed uyLott1edhibond n r TightdrlnklBgpurposes t GIFT TO CATLETTSBURG IB haft to gedflmCatlettsburgTho Elliott monument thearr welcomoT citybwho acted on be1aifof Mrs Elllotti the donor John F Hag ror Ashland personal friend and admirer ot Judge acceptedlpee Ie The cords that unveiled the beau ttful monument were then drawn by little Louise Elliott of this city The address of the occasion was then de livered by Judge Ed C ORear of Mt Sterling Ky GEDOFFICIALDIES LagrangeJohn R Adams 68 years of age died here Mr Adams served this county as sheriff for eight years wascountyCerk for eight scars cir cult clerk for 12 years and trustee of yeaniHeThree brothers Cole Richard and ames Adams of this county and Thornton Adams of Missouri and one sister Mrs Dr A M Morrison of this county survive him Mr Adams was born and reared in this county and was never married THE SYNOD OF KENTUCKY Danville The Synod of Kentucky win hold its hundred and eighteenth annual meeting in the First Presbyte rin church here on Tuesday October 1 This will be the sixteenth time Aa Pynod has met In this ancient seat f culture and religion The Synod was organized at Lexington Ky Oc tober 14 1802 The first and second meetings were held In Danville in 1804 and 1805 The opening sermon will be preached by Kevi W H Mile D pastor of the Portland Avenue church Louisville I j L i ItCOMPROMISED CASE I 1tWhite Passengers Forced to Hide Wltte i Negroes Get Damages Frankfort Ten dollars to each woman and five dollars to each man were paid in damages by the Chesa peake Ohio Railroad Co to their white passengers who were forced tof fit rIde from Bagdid to this city to J coach with negroes while returning from the Shelby county fair in 1907 The railroad company did not have facilities for carrying the passengers in white compartment on a passenger jt coach The damages were paid by compromise the company paying all costs Gov WIHson pardoned L D MonT son a convict sent to the Frankfort penitentiary for life under the habit ual criminal act from Harrison counJtyto take effect New Years day i Morrison was sentenced for malicious cutting having been previously CODoiif vlcted in 1890 and again in 1897 GoY 1conditionother drink of liquor If he does be j will be returned to the penitentlarjNtbf remain for life Morrlsoa je hnown s3 as the monkey mant jai sink 7 mud of his pri rviTK monkeys out of peach stihe has sold to sightseers ok 1fr t Dr J W Gayle of this city Jy tary of the Kentucky state boarffV pharmacists has announce tijiatyhe next meeting of the board will be held in Winchester October 11 i cBAPTISTEnrollment Large and Students coiilfv tlnue to Comec Louisville The Southern BapUsi v Theological seminary opened Its leg v ular session last week The enroll 7Unuetendance was 805 During tile pren Ij ent session It is hoped that the nt r tendance wilt be fully aslargeiT The opening lecture was dellyer6 in the chapel of Norton hall by Presi dent E Y Mulllns and his subject t was The Modern Issue As futhie Per f4 son of Jesus Christ The fefeturer J discussed the modern attempta to ex TV plain Jesus M The first course of lectures In the mseminary on the Norton Foundation will be deivered October 10 aad ili The lecturer on this occasion will be Ss Sir Wi M Ramsay D IXLtDor Aberdeen Scotland Dr Ram ay teigy I crie ot the most distinguished of t J erri Biblical scholars and has wrt v t ten numerous works ibf worldwide recitation The eeSalhary pqunts U ae1LexceedIsigl fortunate r theserviccs of Sir WMrRaa7Lfo fthese lectures TheNorton i shIiFoumdstion prcivt4 JhO Jon euck siibjectsaawfl relaUor 1t ChrintlanitE k andJe r jDra f bea t Rot ui citbria JI Ts Wng ofJaslCulc itLettureshlp 4Ushed bTUofgefrt N tiff whoee gift f 5OOe i ff f S pose was made vto the seSv SMPlfli thing over a year agcirTl U2m to the Julius Brows Gi tion gives the emii ary to lectureships I i v V BIQ EVENT ATWAVErt t t I Catholic Church and School toJ Icated October 12T fl ljf MWaver Elaborate prepara tire being made for a celebratia October 12 when SC Peterich 4 will bededicated In coBHectJbnjXlt the ch9reb Is a school whlchswl be under the care of the Ursullie sliteW the two properties coetlng mbretrsn J5QOOO while with ihe residence vt the priest ind tiJ slat rs Uu hot cost will reach about swoo Tko jowir L clams iit0 pdpulatlonand thlaItf- irst r church ever erected there Bishop Obonaghue of Eqaiville will conduct the dedicatory After theserylce th riittbeabarbecueat noon iVVt Vjjli ELOPERS SUCCESSFUL Xj g jWalter Dunn and Miss Logan Marrleof Near Jellico Tenri p tr trJellico TennrWalter Duaoj andy Miss Caroline Logan elopers from isi Danville Ky who left Loa4o on horseback arn1ved 1enLatt Jiibii 44 miles during the nlgi andb Ipg chased liy ofltcets and detecilves at Corbln and wnilamsburgr Theywcxy married under a sycamore trraneMjyhere by Squire AiSiKtarr Y yiare going taKnoxvillo to ceO thevex y position and will return to OiuyiUe Vj stopping over at London on their re turn in appreclatlpr of kindnecs fVj shown them there V MASS MEETINGAT T INGT NiXJ IIjexlhgton The bpponeidts of the commission form of government the adoption of which for this city will tfbe voted on at th Npvemberelectibn 7held a mass meeting at the court Louse whcH was aUendeJlbyago sized crowd ortner oflIanry T f Duncan presWed andmade ppening address and Speeches wefealsomade by City Audifor Moses Kauf man te- dAtorneteObar1eeFne1JFraak i Iln Wallace who opposed the new form of munlcljpil govern il meat jt 11Jfeud1fambushassassins traversed Vie same mounr itain path a few hours later and fow f sF 1erklns body 1pj jJ LawrenceburgAt a meeting of tie1 f rofR F landwere elected members of hlc nut the termsf JL Toll and George C Hoffriro i signed lz i I iti c 0 Ia r SYNOPSIS riUy J Archibald Terhune a popular young bachelor ot London te suddenly aroused i frOm the aimless and Indolent llfo he lead by the startling newa from the law VV ftrn of Barnes Wlloughby It Son that he T CtY la the heir to a sheep farm In Australia J h ructng In an Income of 0000 a year- h The bequest comes from an aunt Mrs makesaon xvtthln ten days or forfeit the legacy to a 4 d third cousin living In America The story opens at Castle Wyckoff where Lord Vin 4cent and his wife staunch friends of Ter 4 ltuie are discussing plans to find Ter hunt a wire within the allotted time It eenu that Lady Vincent Is one of seven4 persona named Agatha all whom have s been close glrlbood chums She decides J to Invite two ot them to a party at the tp ensUe and hayjj Archie there as one of 1 the cuests Archls accepts the Invitation and the n ena discuss his prospects In 1r Lall theitvnile4bearlnsu lie listens tot of the two Agathas a sa decide that the sixth shall be his eJtbIce Agatha nrst and Agatha sixth i arrive at the castle Agatha the Sixth beautyhOnly eight days remain for Archie to sc evebrlde Lady Vincent tells her bus teasa that Agatha the Sixth already cam fee Archie 4 CHAPTER Hi Continued l ta ti She looked at me with an infimrte f 1 IL kindness in her eyes Dearcddr she replied cant you see that wouldnt do at all Arch v t t IbaM must prove he loves her really thaWIBut I lnk he does 1 exppstulat r f herIf1 oUt her ever Ince that time we t were l hero together When you pre r t ilbaedt be Miss Marsh 14 I havent a doubt of it Ihere4 t t lied If I had do you think I would iMive invited the poor girl here to be 1I sde sport oft Merely for the sordid I itf teot providing your friend with f win atortunefAaIt the d tY ifwey a kind of game of chance r luckyIblusheddenJwZllla kind of SSkat1on h herto elgaped at rH dldnteee What there was to c ad about l 9 Jhats what you did it for Bpv JI 5eaIeyet1 wanted to help gap a irII at slowly with a feeling f Idd iBot yet quite know my omethlngbseems me about us neet eof bet bar If He i re4e 7rve been u a tlg P f or- et se ftra iIeY f C knt 1isi ls 110 rIrocd4 kt 5 i1i rQwu4f u7 Mbpc It rsat 1tiMK bd- I waaewefe kerJ f t 8i ilt dI Jrtt i lU1 Dst fc Dearest r 0 ult Mr Aa J IlUll e ti 1 1 sl1ttk1iew artatIoa d W i J c a HJdIdHtIl by ketherandjouIw y e each other dst why we Ut tell Archt y it1Cj tto irry thtap along ttk i 8 o1korut his t It4 I m1 ItPiOY that he S 1 Irati iMdAgathaintoaea 5I 4 I Cidodei MestIi4eed r ed 3taeIUyf tildI of a aaiI4tdew et eesebst at the iodstojitIitiealferaay-t I Oliat eeeIte4 S words He J ttnl1k 1 he 18 In love 4 fW1th I t ftj tv rOt t tttrwMa the yt e wOe4IIgD1ut be eurely- I we sad 8B1wlth 5 4ntblr5ffI J5 aI4 1 marry 1E l1fh ts r by any ieaa whstever- I she csredfoshim before he tells11 Wther IABd as likely 1 break o the match t t iithacwPjr- a 1 1 d J7 1e cighed- f ecup r tf l tkaieuresuonei my wife 7tP 1 yyi jboul uIL po you f 1 Hii tNWY liked l r her t ULnAy grew Tery large and f 1 f ia StMIs if amy one hid told a t 7tMII ifore yond pro f r JNs4T tIi I 1 r IulC taking eat tile fresh i r b1ihs I had Jort stowed away ot imeri coatI I i y and I rs41ew besife her n think it would be K f1 U d K IM fe rote her of the of if rEttIsi hIM so her eKwBeH he t 1Jdia 0 t1e j of hear11f t yon 4 I1fr1oItOUi 1p J 2fJrJt tl eacrileger OJ iYi rt XWkIaiered e4- z Jt P iik4i fc r eftOllerOOWe1 sidkppyare ss happy our 1 1 imuimure4tn my ear I aaYiarlff 1ier iffld we e t Riata leg time while they t i ItJli n JL1tMbSS open e J LIiieaa amy ot HtUe old 1104jI 11 ti j mtot kneeing IOJBQCijOih iJI11D4 11tJtY If4jf f t thatdfo e ftYOW sltnatioe r y diii lt atrlcUy T tT T aIbegs et Itself to develop in aor 1 fJfTtIIit realIj ioc cnKlal or I qtft t boa bst4 Mi IMi ilt sad I wee a fut t r II1ffi Co h SWI L f f 1 7 tfi 1i rf ftt t lJ I t fII w f TJr iw fl rl I tt tfi C ing consciousness that things were go- Ing welt with our loverers pervading every stroke We had observed with pleasure on the evening previous that Archibald had done nothing but de vote himself to Agatha Sixth and had brought his devotion in public to a Invitingtheto see the moon Happy excuse for seeing each other Timehonored and timeworn but as good as new to each fresh pair of lovers I And from this moonlight walk Agatha had augured and I had hoped great things Then again early that morning we had seen them depart for a drive to the village where It seemed young doDtknowthat Lawrence was Agatha Sixths last AgathaFirstsferring to them as Arch and I were accustomed to do in the days when keepingtheirknowledge of their first names that rd almost forgotten they had any otherThe beat part of the thing was that although they had only two miles to go the pair had not yet returned And It was now high noon Dearest couldnt get over It and risked and hopped so I had to beg her to remember that she was playing tennis and not cup and ball arty love I called across the net serving my fast serve that I sel dom use against my wife In my pro occupation as my thoughts would per slat In dwelling upon Arch and his love affair rather than upon the game 1 say do you think they can have elopedThats too good to hops for returned Agatha though she was notso Fell to Playing Some successful with the 1JGamelJcried u it smashed into the net But for once Dearest was not vexed with me for wlBBlng With a smile so ab ircteduaclatrYoyant as to make fepeat0nc the tenor of her thoughts she picked1up the ball and wandered back to the service line Ready she called but instead ofservii suddenly let her racquet fall clattering to the ground hsPP1thoUKhtposes he wlll ask her today f More than llkelyr I answered ex ubsrantiy and then coming close up to the net but I lay sweetheart rent you going to play any mover jO yea she cried starting and etpopteg quickly fo recover her racquet Of course I ami 1 was only just thinking So WM II But doat lets any more or we cant play UiepBieSo we succeeded la putting all thought of the twoOtltofourl1eadBIIdtpl1 to play big some pretty fast tennis Agatha Tint I may explain In the meantime was playing golf all by her self down on the course by the river peareet had offered her the escort of young Leslie Freer the rectors son wl oUv ddownbl the village but she would have none ot him to my dismay Ia fact I had begun to feel coESclencestrlcken almost for fear we were neglecting the poor Kin in our Absorption lDour other two guests but Dearest had reassured me by saying she thought Agatha First was the kind of girl who preferred outerdoor exercise and her own com pany to any number of young men I had just succeeded lK making the score of a hotly contested game ideuce again when the dog cart in which TerbuBe and Miss Lawrence had drives off that morning appeared approachlngbrUkly from the direction of the castle where Terhune had apparently left his companion toa his way to the stables Vantage in Game called my Wife triumphantly Youre no good Iat nil Wilfred Game setJ ra 4 1QIir 4tJ Is tt plied Wonderful good tennis Dear est and dropping our racquets we went to speak to Arch- I wouldnt have told Dearest for the world of course but the truth was that in spite of my praise of her play ing I had let her beat Couldnt you find a groom to take the cart down for you I inquired rather indignantly as Tcrhuno came to a halt in the road Lazy beggars those grooms Tho butler told me you people were down here playing tennis said Arch and I was In such a hurry to see you I brought It down myself Thought Id walk back with you know Agatha held out her hands to him eagerly as he got down and stood be side us Then youve got something to tell usl she cried you haveI know you have In a way yes he answered but Its not what you think at least not exactly By Jove Vincent turning to me Im In an awful mess A beast ly unfortunate dilemma dont you knowBut I dont knowl Whats the trouble Arch Tell us Yes tell us urged my wife Well you see began tho old boy and he mopped his brow with his handkerchief In an anxious way that made mo feel quite sorry for him you see the way of it was I went and asked her all right but ho pausedBut what What did she say cried Dearest and I together For heavens sake I added as te sun stammered get it out She said he replied grandly that she cared for me Then what on earth are you put ting on such a long face about II roared and Dearest asked him anx- Iously what was wrong about that Why the trouble is he told us getting more and more serious that in spite of that admission she wont give mea definite answer until a month from now But she cant wait that long I expostulated as it Terhune himself were to blame for this complication Dont you see that If youre not actu th91end Pretty Fast Tennis not be engaged at all at least as far as your aunts property is concerned I know he said Nobody sees that any plainer than I do Tha- twhyrmloupse What can have poa girl do you suppose I didnt think she was the trifling kind Nonsense declared my wife author itatively a little coquetry in the right place is perfectly admissible She didnt want to make it too easy for you thats all Very feminine and quite delightful of her I Ca11IU Thats all very well replied Ter hune with some heat and proper enough I dare aa1Dut think what that same coquetry may cost me And you could see as he said it that he already beheld In his mlndlete that third cousin of his aunts sitting on the Veranda of the house on his aunts property in Australia with his feet on the railing WeU if thats all you care about If youre only interested In getting that silly old fortune of your aunts II hope yes 1 positively hope that she will keep you waiting until It lu too late said Dearest unexpectedly Terhune stared In surprise at this point of view and I own I couldnt help siding with him a little But my dear girl he protested how can I help being interested in silntwell as myself And then you know how absurd it is if shes going to ao cept me anyway as Im rather sure she is that she cant say so In time to got me a fortune as well as a wife Come now I put In that does seem reasonable doesnt It Dearest betterthanlook almost of severity at me and to Terhune I see you must be chastened still further Archibald she told him isDfTO BE CONTINUED The man who hustles when hes young can take it easy when hes old J 1 I J 4 ORPHANS FARM FOR CHilDREN CONTEMPLATED BY VICTOR LEE CLARK OF JEFFERSON COUNTY WILL ASK FOR AID OF STATE Wants 1003 Acres u Home for Ken tuckys Wards Educational Features Will Be Included Frankfort KyWlth a view of bet terlng the conditions ot thousands of orphan boys and girls In Kentucky who through force of circumsttances are compelled to depend upon the or Iihan asylums of the state for a liveli hood Victor Lee Clark a veteran ot tho civil war shortly will establish a homo In Kentucky where these chil dren canhave the advantage of their more prosperous brothers and sisters and be in a position to enter young manhood and young wqmanhood on tho same footing with those in more prosperous circumstances It is the purpose of Mr Clark who has made a practical study of conditions in va rious sections of the country during the past few years to purchase a tract of 1000 acres of land in some section of Kentucky and to devote the entire tract to the orphans of tho state He line so far entered Into the plan as to secure financial assistance from three other wealthy philanthropists ono of whom is a and the other two from the west and the four together ei Invest 1 0000 in tho venture will bo used in the putt d tho erection of If uresse- hoolbou4 j r modern convenient lift of the fatherless Ill Children of Kentucky L j years or while the r a lu its in ciplcncy agrhj horticultural pursuits jcipal features of the farm I fit is proposed to establlshnl ir1ng plants of A that tho boys of the atbotaught trades and bolna Putupon leaving the farm to enter jany business pursuit without f andicap of having first to learn f ide To Opf 0n Small Scale It Is the purpir of Mr Clark to begin operations o farm on a small scale and not r than 100 boys and girls Will be giomes at first But with the coming i he many Improve ments contempl hy the management many moi be accommodated and Ih tim expected that SCO can be accoir orated on the farm at one time Airchllilreri between the ages of 10 years and 18 years living in various orphan asylhms of the state will begiyenhomeson th l1 i t an- dnailathoy aJtamfh etyears pogitlons of tr will t 4 lbeunder the supervislt r the iDwige ment to earn the TO living If the movement me with the success hoped forbYMrl It Is his purpose to ask tl e legislature for an appropriation ussist in the build- Ing up of the bllshmenttor the first few years anti after that ttbe- lieved that the farm will become self sustaining As a majority of the or phan asylums of the state are at the present time dependent upon the state for annual appropriations I Is the be hot of Mr Clark that the legislature would be willing to make an annual newbsectarian and orphans from every in stitution In the state will be taken to the proposed new home for their education and uplift Fortune In Southwest Victor Lee Clark the originator of the scheme fs a native of Kentucky but for many years past has resided in Texas and tfew Mexico where be was a real estate and ranch owner on a sldenceIthe betterment of the children of his native state who are so unfortunate as to be unable to help themselrcs during the tender years vot their exist ence Mr Clark returned to Kentucky from New Mexico three Weeks ago and liB now at the home of his sister Mrs Julia Miller in Jefferson county He will immediately Investigate various eectlons of the state where locations for the proposed now home are to be leIbe made just as soon as the farm has been purchased Just when the new rkIready for tho reception of 100 or noiy of the orphan boys and gIrls of the state within the near future is his be lief PrematureI rutuele is organizing a paint concern that allhlpsaltitudes Went Too Far YeastDo you think1 there Is I penalty for lying f Crimsonbeak Sure I knew a fellow Who dislocated his shoulder while stretching out his hands to show the size ot the fish he claimed he had caught HitBlnkly man 708 are fll banged upCrankJelghTOI youdodisputeautomobile r Cranklelgh No Took a drop ton much Biakley Why I didnt kno r you drank Crank elgh I dont The drop I took was from an aeroplane 20 feet from the ground Aeroplane Note Aviators should look lawn and spectators look up whllsieycrybody ihouV look out l A i i Jf fita J h J 0 ir t J H ITHE MARKETS Ii Cincinnati Grain Wheat No 2 red flal02 No 3 red 35a9Sc Corn No 2 white 55a 55VC No3 white 54a55c No2 yel low 54c No 3 yellow 52a54c No 2 mixed 64c white ear 6ta63c yellow car 62aC4c mixed ear ClaG3c OatsNo 2 white 36a36hcNo1 white 35a35c standard white 35a36c No2 mixed 34c No 3 mixed 33 4a34c HayNo 1 timothy 18a 1825 No 2 timothy G50al675 No3 timothy 1450al5 No1 clover mixed fl450a5 No 1 clover 12al225 Malt Spring bailey 87a90c BarleyNo 2 RyeNoCincinnati Live Stock Cattle Shippers 650a675 butcher steers extra J560a675 good to choice 5aG75 heifors extra R15a535 good to choice 440a515 sows extra 4C5a 175 good to choice 425a46Q Bulls Bolognas S360a425 fat bulls 435a 475 Calves Extra 10al025 fair to good 8JOa375 Hogs Heavy 87Ga9 good to choice packers and butchers 9a915 mixed packers 830a3lO com mon tq choice heavy fat sows GaS light shippers 860a915 pigs 110 Ibs and less 6a850 SheepExtra 14 good to choice S325a390 Lambs Ex tra 7 good to choice JG25afiS5 yearlings ia525 Cincinnati MiscelianeoulIButter fancy 31cfirsts 30e fancy dairy 22c Poultry Hens 14c Ib spring chickens 13c spring ducks 13c turkeys 19c geese 7a9c Eggs Prime 26c doz firsts 23c Apples 1250 bbl Grapes Pela ware 18c pony basket Niagara 17cpony basket Concords 25c Slb basket PeachesNorthern Ohio AAU50bu Boo 5175 Potatoes Homegrown yellowPlumsDamson S325a350 bu Rhu barb 15a20c doz Sugar Corn 8al2c doz String Beans Homegrown SI 2bu sack Tomatoes Homegrown Slal50 bushel OUTLOOK IS BETTER Although Statistics of Actual Transactions Do Not Indicate SoFoot wear Orders increase New YorkR G Dun Cos week ly review of trade saraIThe industrial and mercantile outlook is better than statistics of actual transactions Indicate The tone of the financial markets Is strong in spite of the re ent advanco in foreign discount rats The iron and steel trade seems brighter in spite of the unsatisfactory demand for pig iron There is how ever a large consumption of wire and a betteTdemand for structural prod The dry goods trade improves ale though curtailment of cotton produc lOt is sun practiced and the read v Jient made necessary by the high j of raw material continues th- elumenli report during the week ir ting v moderate and fete crop Vuyien ant f lfepqds arelln bet tQ jUI ttongoodaJra c thlsmCt demand indi tH an enorm worid coasumo t 5Jf I tslortootearlncreuesUgl t Ij bueineB la far from malt t ttherla in good demand sats of Htweight cowhide inioisolo hft been made atone cent advance Ail ds of upper leathers for shoes venegle fedThe hide markets are weaker with the exception of South American dry hides common varieties which are very strong- Bradstreets Review New YorkBradstreets review says Improvement in tone rather than en largement in general is the notable feature this w ekAS a whole while demand is fairly good buying con ttouea cautious tbere Is little diepo sltion to anticipate distant requirements and trade lacks snap Weather conditions have not been entirely far orableIn past free marketing of helpedand price uncertainties have repressed the demand In one line however that of cotton manufacturers past cur tailment an absence of any apparent Weight of stocks and higher prices for material caused by official reports ot crop deterloatlon in September haye made buyers more ea erforsomelInes of fabrics Higher grade fabrics note chief strength Retail trade gun orally awaits the stimulus of cold weather which however Is quickly following the widespread rain of the past week Collections as a whole are fair to good Iron and steel lines are reporting B rather better feeling A little en largement of buying of t Ig iron 18reo ported Mine products are active Business failures in the United States toftbeweek ending October 6 1991 were 192 against 21 last week 203 In the like week of 1909 256 In 1908 192 in 1907 and 192 in 1906 I omI2392630 bu against 2126637 last week and 4139662 thiS week last year For thC43 weeks ending October 6 exports are 22053629 bu against 32555445 fn the corresponding period lent year Corn exports for the week are 435 J21 bu against 593169 last week and i67i622 In 1909 For the 14 weeks end- Ing October 6 corn exports are 4091 452 bu against 1516824 last week Buslnes failures in Canada number J8 as compared with 43 last week and 48 In tho like week last year Marys Revenge Mary was a little girl who did not ike to wait but one day her mother having several guests Mary was made to wait anyway so just about the time dinner was under good heRd way she poked her little curly head In at the diningroom door and said 1 dont care If I do have toW Ui that was an old sick turkey nybow Norman B Mack National Month IT r J I tKENTUCKY I GLEANINGS I IWHAT IS GOING ON IN I SEctIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH f w SUNDAYSCHOOL CONVENTION FortyFifth Annual Meeting Held at Winchester Winchester The 45th annual con ventldn of the Kentucky Union Sun dayschool association convened here Owing to the hcavy fall of rain the at tendance at the Initial meeting was not so large as was expected This association represents the Sunday schools of all denominations in the state composing about 4200 schools and delegates are here from at least lOI counties The sessions were held in the spa dous new building of the First Chris lan church with a seating capacity of 1200 to 1500 The music was under the direction of E O Excell tile great musical composer of Chicago and tho accompanist was Alvin W Roper one ot the worlds greatest pianists who was the pianist at the worlds convert lion at Washington Two of the worlds greatest secretaries were here W C Pearce who Is at tho head of the great adult Bible class movement and Dr Franklin McElfresh who has charge of the teachers training work of America The exercises on the opening Jilt consisted of the welcome address hy Rev C E Crafton of this city and the presidents annual address by M H Baker of Louisville Huston Quinti of Louisville chairman ot the state ex ecutive committee spoke on Another Year Rev Geo A Joplin state tcretary delivered an address on Ron tucky Sundayschools and the exer cises closed with an address on Amer icas Responsibilities by John Stiles of Louisville president of the Inter national Sunday chool asEociaton- STOCKHOLtERS MET More than 440000 Shares of Stock Represented By Proxy Louisville The annual meetiilj of the stockholders of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Co was held here in the main offices of the company at Ninth street and Broadway It required but ten minutes for tho fow stockholders present to transact the official business of the conference Only a few shareholders of the com panyjattended the meeting and prom Inent among these was H Wniters ot New York chairman of the hoard of directors who held proxies represent core1A t than 40000 fmstocky w tn1tthe meethilclnc1ddes tIle 000 shares by thpAtIanUc Coast line and held in trust in TJcw York u The only business transacted was the reading lot the annual report bt Milton H Smith president devoted fotheoperatotistnde rnJngs of the road during the past year and the election of a full staff of directore All the old directors were reelected wlth out change SERIOUSLY INJURED Judge T La Henrltze Falls Down Steps at Mlddleiborb MiddlesboroHudgo T L Henritze a prominent attorney of this city fell down the steps leading from his office sustaining Injuries Ho was picked up at the foot of the steps un conscious with blood flowing from his mouth nose ears and eyes Physl dans sayhe can not possibly recover He is supposed to have tripped on his cane as he started down the steps Judge Henritze was one of Ken tuckys representatives to the Amer- Ican Bar association which met at Chattanooga recently He is an In fuentlal Democrat and interested in several business oenterprlses He was formerly from Welch W Va WILL NOT DISBAND LeingtonThe Confederate Vet era s association of Kentucky is not to be disbanded aa was proposed in a resolution offered at a meeting some months ago and laid over for consid eratton On the motion of Maj P J Lyklnsthecided to continue their organization so long as one of their number is alIve and it was further decided thai when there remains only one whatever funds the association may have shall too appropriated by that one and used by the aolitary survivor for a eel ebration Jamestown John H Smith of the firm fJ H Smith Co doing bust ness at Font Hill died at his home He was a prosperous merchant and farmer He was about 40 years of ago and a Royal Arch Mason Olasgow News has been received here of the accidental shooting and wounding 1b1 George H Squires a wealthy farmer of Green county The Occident occurred while Mr Squires was trying to load a gun which ex ploded wounding him in the right leg It Is believed that he w111 recover Danville Tho 108tb annual meeting of the Kentucky synod of the Southern Presbyterian church will meet In an nual session at the FJrsi Presbyterian church in Danville oa Tuesday Octo ber nRev W H MUey of Portland Avenue church LouUf llle will deliver the openmg sermon Kentucky postmasters have been ap- Pointed as follows Balrthorn Hart caunty James F Perkins vice C SI pobson resigned Rhodelia Meade county Georgia M Murphy vice E F KrauBh resigned 4lfi r ri p 1 0 FRANKFORT NOTES ifFrankfort population this year ia fbyJust Issued its first directory of Frank fort The actual number of names in rr Sthe directory is 5799 and using a muV tilde of two as Is done In other cities gives Frankfort the population stated It is usually customary to use the mul ttlple three that is estimate that for J every person whose name is In the dl rectory there are two whose name I are not InU being children married 1 women or names not recorded If this te multiple was used Frankfort would have a population of nearly 15000 Salaries of teachers in the schools of J the state will not be paid until Octo xiJ her 15 instead of October 8 but they i will be only one week late thanks to Capt Ed Parley state treasurer who has stretched every effort to get together v enough money to pay all the teachers Capt Farley notified Prof i ftlsworth Hegensteln superintendent A of public instruction that the money v fwould be on hand on October 16 andU l to notify county superintendents thatcpay day must bo on that date f of a week earlier The amount that if Jwlllion dollars 1 The state board ot pharmacy won a victory In the court of appeals when the case of Katzman vs Commonwealth from Jefferson was affirmed The effect of tho decision Is that a druggist can not sell morphIne air I fother poisons to anyone except upon V the prescription of a physician Katz man is a druggist and he was IndtcteLLl upon information furnished the com 0 i men wealth through the state boardJrof pharmacy for selling morphine to Ja man without the written prescription S of a physician and without satisfying thimself that the poison was to be used Jt ifor legitimate purposes Attorneys for Katzman contended that the words retail and legitimate purposes as V sl J used In Section 2fi30 of the Kentucky fi statutes were too indefinite and un wiH Ainalldhfeustive opinion by Judge Carroll says j f4 the language of the statute Is siilll vj 4Imposed J1JFrankfortGov Will son gran ted r jtt the following pardons Ed Donahue r VJl v convicted in Martin county of sellinK i SaT liquor and sentenced to serve six ir ife months in jail The governor siis S l 4 Donhue is dying of consumption W lv J JJohnson sentenced in Bell county 1 rto servo six months II jail on the iIcharge of failing to siippbrthis family j Hopkinsville Articles otincprp6fjy talien Were iledbrlho ft W KItchen Vv Co ithft0p00 a tal8t09krr w7ilincorponators reiD Rublo Dlck Kitchen and T rt 4 njiipvtho3loppcrlI1 i awbol Balei ret J jp pOOKfl iStatiUU i i t ftr uriIIerV rkhasbee n stAitJ ii1i9CtmberlandiaJlroad if j11rushcreekjdevelopment The line will boirtiree l 4withof operations have already ticenstirt ed on coal lease 1 Henderson Jim ga leldca J f miner was shot in JlejacbYo1i G Puckett OQ the pre tlses of Dills sat loon in this city and died a few mln HM iftpltaling the shooting and gave as his rea son that it was an old grudge iFnr ther than that he would not give any l fMayfieldattempt to burn the plant of the Mes senger Publishing Co was prevented s The unknoVtD1CrlOawho applied tbe 1i torch tOugh rear door and poured large quantities of coal oil over il the floor papers and machinery Per destrlans pasning the street gave tho f Vheadtrous loss to property FrankfortEd j Qordln sentenced to ifiUte ilmprisoament for killing Wi Co vert in Bell colrilfYwaspardoaed by Acting Goy was parolcd i Iabout ten years ago after eorving nlBe1 years but for a slight offense waive Xturned to the penitentiary Acting Goy Cox said Covert made a dyisg 4statement that Gordln did not fire the shot that killed him Georgetown President Arthur Ya e ger of Georgetown college and chairs Q man ot the Rhodes scholarship hearths for Kentucky makes the early aa J I nouncetnent that the examination for l fJidesirableIngton on October 25 beginning atH1 ioclock a m andlastlngtwoarsH Ji wishes to t A jli by the whole board that no deserving J student may overlook this glorious op portunity Carlisle Arrangements have been t made for the annual agricultural fair which will be held here October 15 A large premium list has been offer ed by local merchants and preparar lions have been made to entertain one of the largest crowds ever seen hero Agricultural products from all over Nicholas county will be exhibited LexiagtonThe 1910 J3lonot the v Grand lodge 10 OF ot Kentucky is in session in the Auditorium here r There are at least 800 representatives ttfrom the 392 subordinate lodge fthroughout the state in attendance at i tIs session of the Grand lodge j LoutevUle The body of George at iBoone the banker who died 10daya ago was exhumed In an effort to v iJtermine whether his death was due to natural causes or an overdose of sleep I IIng medicine containing chtarah An c accident poltcy of f10000 is involved 1 T and the insurance companies refuse to rujtake the bankers death as anaid f dent J Whlteaiburgi i tKnott ounty lavto + t have a fair an association haelngjuit been organized there by Prof George v t CJark R B Craft and f Jtober t AI c f ig pI Ii rt3t 4 j t llr i k 4 i L owiNG viiLE UTLOOII + PUBLISHED I WCEKLYI dt 7 OWI J GSVILLE Jy I Entered according to Act r Congcss at the Gwjngaville Ky Postoffice as secondclass h mattern THE OUTLOOKS subscriptionI rates are as follows 4 GtSixThree months Thirtyfie Cents No commissions allowed any subscriptionsy a change of address should give previous address when Correspondents shouldalways get items us not later i than Monday if possible when out of stationery mention it on a i K nNews1r est is welcomed bring it to without delay if you wish it i t t serted dont wait until Tuesday a or Monday for the paper is not r set up in ono day nor in three days t l L Correspondents must give only gt+ I t lJa lute of five average words each Sign your name to commune i 0 tins 0Basket crs wishing a change or discontinuance of ad sh- utqinform kl us the week previous jI publication day Address communications to Owingsvillet tttp THURSDAY OCT 13 1910 1iR r JI v ANNOUNCEMENTS t We are authorized to announ Will J Fields of Carter county Congressiky in subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party =tPORTUGAL chased its handso o ryoung king Illanuel out of t republictilast havetoacqoretheY can make a success of litp ROBERT L TAYLOR was homi i relaru Vanattempt tosave the State IDemol ratsut 1 a i questiTayloron po i litical success a number of he will have topFthsomething quick and devilish beforea1to It7 f is f t CORRESPONDENCE Wyoming4 a l9 r AlbViceerr i v ingsvule Court Monday i t Willie 1incher and Mrs Etta LouisvThursday 1e dhe baby of El mer Shelley and wife died Oct 8 and was buried Satu- R J x near Forge Hill t Miss Ollie Vanlandingham IIt10b ter of her illness Mrs Bruce Snedegar of Flem ingsburg and her mother A Emily Bradley of Grange atife ti rrYr p r Mrs Sarah Estill of Nebraska 0 weekSIRoji Odessa J Mrs Mary Roby is doing very fDlce1y r IZ MrsJ At Harber returned lugfP 1Robertson AiiT Jones delivered to TSJIH tBethel for Mrs Ma l 41rylr PQwet a n lecoltforUOj 1 Boydlr R 1 f r s Hones sold to 3r B G 4 paster a weanling filly colt a r QQ rAts The administrators tale o f sP r stobkjof the late Jas H Power waswellattendedSaturdayTheS9 1 vr 817ti per head One jack brou gIt I J headtf Wtil x Moore Forrv s t2 P Frank Sprout of Tichiasy 1 a a spent several days last week ft iihigj grandmother Mrs Harriet if IJ01 o ShrbutJk lJ Eider Cabert Cfille r rti ri lei Comps appointment hereshoats r tAI Saturday J andSunday V Mrs James Phipps and baby t 7R horrieatFYale visIs Fvf It s to her mother Mrs Annie L Shrook i11 Mr and irs Riggs Hayden yl f YandMrsJoCraycraft of Sha rps Iatters 1terMrsPte Kissick as r t F 41 1 f it 1 J j Jr i fi 1 Ji6 r fH1 k JM7 H r oji 11 h J otIt rt1 aJrwp Itt x T J- i f it h 1 Ii l f w f Jt 1oLo oj1 6 J J 14 bij 1 rtr 4 I 56I1 r7 t iMrs Cabert Cassity and little son Paul are visiting relatives at Yale Nis Lillian Summers of Co fax spent Sunday with her sou in Miss woofvisiting her mother Mrs J Atchison Mrs George Katy ron James and little daughters of Colrn nightIS Kissck Pebble wifeitecf vis Sa rah Hendrix near Okla Sunday Richard Anderson andwife of Tippecanoe City Ohio Camel It Thursday for an extended visit with relatives Miss Lucy Riddle returned Fri day after fiveweeks visit her brother Charles of Tippe City Ohio Elmer Highley went to Ma 1ille one day last week Mrs Etna Maddox Victo and Mamie Powell returned home Tuesday after a threeweeks Alexaifdrm be5cen 1IoC9mpn Luckily it was found n ay by Chester Davis andr turned to her Uppor Prickly Ash daughtervisited James Horseman and wife- one day last week I Wm Jones of near Olympian Springs was the guest of Alfred Carter and wife one night last- week ceRobt Oakley and family visit OakSaturday John Horseman and wife vi ed his uncle Fielder Horseman and family on Licking river Saturday and Sunday visitedJpan on White Oak Saturday and Sunday R L Stone WM in Salt Lick SaturdayHamilton Bros sold Cur Steele an 809lb yearling sat le 5e r Crooxsroma supper alt j3itrStonTBchooWiOuseneKt Saturdaynight Oct 15 0 Tobacco in this neighborhood farmerslay are poorly webeerDan Blevins and wife of St stone visited relatives here Sat ur dayand Sunday Jack Blevins and Taylor Dow of Salt Lick were here Sunda Sam Lathram shipped a car lead of cattle to Cincinnati Wednesday James Hart lad Miss bin 5dcistri ous people and we wish them along and prosperous life Ewingity daylast and Sunday John Caudill and wifeof Spen wifeSaturday Owingsville ft Salt Lick 4 IndianaMorehcadandmaking about 35 in number who factthereGeo J Kautz has put a stone front to his drugstore t appfort storeopposite John Maupin married a Miss wijth of MtSterlinglastweefe John Kautz is erecting two new cottages on Colliver Avenue brotherJames wasilleitha cow and calf Saturday for 31 Wm Daniel sold a sow and Saturday for 1790Ine Hawkins accidentally shot himself in the Wednesday of last week the wound not serious Corbett Gullett and sister cams home from Lexington University last week to see their parents It is a dear job to holdu p a nsisow ays r a i is w II Ii r jjf i n IM1s5Tlliia Reeves left Satur SiIipis visiting friends here sTames Hall of this place who tin a poe Cai broke ts leg in tvn laces j Frank Dyer loft last week for Indiana to locale Dtontgomht LicktJoe Wells died at his home on Wednesdayburial A J Johnson of Morehead has accepted a positioKjn1 Kim b barber shop j James Kimbrell was ntltJsonville Thursday on a visa yFrankdoor toThe Rover Wheel Co is goi to r yWorkysR is progressing nicely Townsendriar Smith of JefTer sonville have all been attending the Saints meeting at Slaty Point near here the past week Okla IBorn Oct 5 to Mark Stewart and wife nee Ursa Graya ten poundsonJames Thomas ofBoydand family last Friday The many friends in this community were grieved to know of the death of Mrs Maude Rigdon Coope on Monday Oct 3 Sev eral from here attended her funeral at Grange City Oct 4 illlastMrs Nallis Perkins and Miss Stella Dawson visited John Roby FlemingsburgSaturday Quillenstt pehousedMiss Lizzie J Denton and her nephew Ed W Denton of near Hillsboro visited their grand SilyRev Wagner preached at the place Oct 2 and wi SundayerGrange City baron Cooper has a light atI4uclc 4typhaidfeer yqa Mrs A W Jones and MsAnnie Bailey of Owingsville were the guests of Mrs Johnson Tuesday Polfe Butcher and wife of Fal iweekJohn Rawlings and wife were wifgiperen dayMinor Newman J H Colliver attendeySimps Walton and wife often PreWaltonss iatweekereB H Rice and wife left la week for a visit to their son John Rice and wife at Hoopeston Illy tonMiss Lillie Bradley returned week after severalmonths stay at Hoopeston 111 Flemingsburglast week Mrs Aaron Cooper died at her home here Oct 3 x stoops anWithbeguacen 4 E E Barkley bought seven calves at an average of 20 dumphat er terbacco business Mrs Thos Caudill of Slant n is visiting her parents F A Groves and witMErastus Carter has returned to Jacksonville Illinois We have always noticed that whentheyBut the dumper isiidw certain ly in the dump James Crockett has gone t o Middletown Ohio MrsT J Northcutt of Judy hivewas i Cincinnati last week News has reached here of marriage at Knoxville Tenn ofand heJonesas they formerly lived in this neighborhood foreigncitizens Shavev i- rtn tF l J t kg J Jl r N LI fj 9 q is aawvulrrwnVwrra udLLL AZV On the first of 1911 I will from the busi Sl iixe 1 t of r B Frank Turner sand wife vis ie The small boy promises to have clean hands this fall The walnut crop is a failurel Walter Han ton and wife Clark county ne Saturdayr fo IV1C Green Trimble goes next week ke Mrs Bert Sanders at the bedside of her mother Mrs W Kissick at Tattle Rock eek Mrs WE Tui5pr and child visited relatiV1 at Millers burg last week me E R Little and wife of Judy C r Charlie i inlett col he begins housing erlv Running scarce of sticks he rps out f i housing in order toV get t iu house tV last of his crll Mrs Duicina Power visited in Mt Sterling the past week Ben Igo and wife visited ref tives here the past week Giarlos Miller of Le ton p t and were married by Elder G W Mills The bridegroom is a Ragan We wish them a long and happy life Miss S tile Kincaid and broth r Elzie visited Mrs J M Steele and Mrs Joe Ray last Henry C Wilburn ar- iss Grace Lemaster of Russell Mrs Dr Clark of Olympiaj Mrs CB Reid spent Satur Tom Turley and wife of Win Chester visited relatives lie last week Charlie Price and wife T l wife Mrs Martha spent several days the past week with relatives in Salt Lick t wi =J d t ti If oi N ft I rhl LLI fr ZZ7Z Yr 1 The Dentun Co at the same store If you want Mens or ladies suits over coals und skirts a for C Icy 84 86 88SiO- l 4 j neverbeforefall in and everything sold in a store If yoti will come to our store this fall and buy the whole winters supply we will save you from 5 to 10 THE DENTON CO NQTET FOR BARGAINS I ItLJJfiJIM SYTJ aJY CLOSING OUT SALE January retire retail SweepIof Ciiy SHOES v PETS MATTINGS ginSArUlfDEDVBPJLEY vForge Hill Bath Ky tlIllah manwas nearI cadJohnVtoUncle tobacst P tonere tost tiatweekus and familylast twifevisitedt 1weekriSundayAlexander IiIJPresI L Mcrciniiilo BUYthe rcatyinudc CapsCnrpcts MERCANTILE filLLSBOROtKY JNG HATS AND RUGS County spentSunday 1ItSterlingv How EDITORS pETJlicH It ltowohderhow editors gbt11Ch so ol1owinginformation ofthe Paxton Ill Register h ping that everyone ofv our read fHilsster business Afellov terming himself Gan derbones Forecaster located at St Louis offers to furnish us stuffifment in the Register each wee usdofor nothing and if it brings results he may become a customer A gun firm wants us to 19 worth of advertising and then send them 10 in exchange for a shotgun Such a gun would re 17tmagazine telling how to do making at home By running sendihewill be given a deed to a lot When the tide is in the lot six feet under water A Kansas City real estate firm will give us a deed to a lot 22 by GO feet for 40 worth of advertis wroteato a offered and he replied that th had no cash value but a trade value of about 5 If we can run a column writ up of a doings to be held in North Dakota this fall amounting to Siiethere and back for two would be about 60 We can have almost any Chicago daily paper sent us free The subscription is4 but all we have to do to run 36 worth of locals advertiselng The wheel sells for 12 About one dozen firms are wanting to give us shares in gold nurseryfirmbush for only 5 worth of advertising For running a sixinch yearewe FITS TIlE DESCRIPTION The teacher was telling the story of Riding Hood She had the woods and the n that lived there Suddenly the said Red Riding Hood heard a loud not She turned around and what doit standingthereall its sharp white teeth Teddy Roosevelt cried one the b ysJudgeI The loafers are responsible for most of the complaints you hear i 1 1 1 ibwr 11 J II 0 t K I N s =BOTH 1RUBA minister hav ing walked through a village churchyard and observed the in discriminate praise bestowed up gpostthe- IS dead and here the living lieu Bits C u ious ViN ow Professor you naye hear mydaughfcrstn withryouIlaw would hold me as an accessory HoustoivPost GIVING IT AWAyuA woman jjudt cant keep a secret he den elated opposing a statement Oh I dont know contradic agekofimIn time you will just simply have to tell it Well she replied with confi womanhasyears she comes pretty near knowing how to keep it KEEPING QUIET Small Caro loSobservanteprankJSo confess her sins in prayer aboutydown again headdecidedly Bettorng HaneTHE PERSONAL FLAVOR Mark Twain always took keen pdelight in scoring off pomposity in a restaurant one day lie sat next table to a couple givingof trouble One of them gave an order and then in commanding tones asked the waiter to tell the cook whom it was for the other followed suit Presently Twains chance came and he di rected the waiter in a loud voice to Bring in a dozen whisper myname to each of the to be sure rightItBuffa lo Commercial APPETIZING GREENSIn the art of dining said G Rector one should complete his meal with the feeling that one dish more would be by no means distasteful oftvhomthtlde to tell The writer took the littl Miss out to luncheon and was overhanded the waiter returnedgup with greenbacks and silver The little girl looked at the plate with shining eyes Please Miss Magruder she said Ill have a plate of that too fa r3r l iIi rt J nt tftY 1 i J axE ft ft i l t J A big fat woman doesnt lok it lIut she longs for s and to be understoodtJustTas much as a pale woman CORRESPONDENTS WANTED THE OUTLOOK would like to have a correspQndent at the following F that would send in the news with reasonable 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