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trading at a i1 rr i r n 9r i GILLONS in the Pocket 9 t f 1 JO Owingsville Ky t f I rt if y r f Tw 1 t k a r 4 LU r 1 i a f Zo f1 j 1 t CDIAUlt JrAf f 1 jJ 1 t it tt t c f t jOtl It vf t Y tt 011 d rnIE FOROA SH r 1 r li a lr7 3 l M M i r t J ro r aar W t r t rM qLVI UUL VI 11bLLVltaf f t n J = i 1 ft 17 ir f t 11t l t too t Jt o 4 111aIld SInI son calico per yd ocjqt1 Jo a S1108StI l jI e t f I JAsave you QC1oC43 on mens suitsh s 81 underwear reduced to SOc a suitt yardAv i v t 7 fi M 2J JON1S t i r a L tf i Harpers SohooIHciise Ky iij J t4 for r 1 ==i r 7 t i 7 t t IiI 1T ii41rIm i JJ 1lLllY r1a11r 1t ti JI l ry f h t IHlGHE ttiARET PSICE LIDd r 4t affhrltYtyf +tx fOnrJlWFURSlPiDHIDES r r aM 3tVf s tr t 0410n COlIl1lcslon Writs f r I t f y 1 h ti 0 Z JlalncnUonLollIca4 isaTIif 4 r Eabblb1ocllS87t rtr t I s 1 r aa yWHITE COD LOUISVILLEKY rAt 1f o ol rr t t FJ t f ouoo 4 I d I t jr L 1 I ra t t f r tqa11 t fF MPLOYED ELDER CARPEK a r b v a rt yo 4 ra t More than a month ago the I l h y t r rship of the Slate Valleyp Ir y t an Church met for the+ I f t J I f t 3 1 + Lt 2 of employing a minister t it 1 t ti ensuing year and N C 7 Rr1 t t5i1 tferwasrcempoyed by a ar Tr Ir z st r 1dpSous and on Sunday r L lt y r f 1 yA aJ r Ly y I lif t S r Mov 13 the membership J4I t v w + ofr Segregation r ti it r Ps tir1 J a ri 1 t AA r ti tan Church met for the i f y J J lMt 4 ir Kirpose and he was reem erebyaUnammousotclIti t i rt a t 1 f i r f l a as y Cl Y t t hoofat1y each of these f i t i r ff 4tt a l 7 as is wide awake and striv1 ril f f fI l+ a r r tt i + tY r I 1 ytheFront hank standard o t1 t Cft 1 rr h 1 toJ I oJGONTrmuTE 0Z vf c 1 r T rs f J t i tf r tIt t tCIAL VOTEThe office 7 f l J l YIr fs t Bath county at the elec f agr 0 t r tat 1 ovS 1910 was as foW r tl + J3 J1 r t t i F rk c if f rr a a i t rllateJudc JohnM Lasr 4 fF i e 1 t io Y flYo I t a t 41 J G Tomlin 1306 Fldis aA Y l f to r + t s t l fB Bennett 1302 frr l I t + rtlr rof t OI Court Clerk Oscar B i 1 jll i rt r i r f I fr 1417 s f 1 rt DAYNextiII f SjR31jt t yI f I R 4 iy C an sgt V1 gr aa d rt b i f a q f TJf 1rti r r a a ihen the pious will go to- iLJ toeatturCrf 1 t r r t Iih M 1 t f ers of the odor of gun ut11i4 I I f z v isrl t J nerSWI go a er rerf4 rJ t Itr 1 tin force fC Rr y y 4a1 jW a ar it1 a ti Lr 1 Jsa l t1 I J la r i r i lipBACco SEASONA r rrlru r t r r 4rtor a tt 3 t before day last Thursday forYaa1t jr + rr 1g ac o u I wasno r 4s tj1 li rlyrr r i IrE ta dThe farmers are a little 1tV1if if ya aa 1 r f ad stoiget their tobacco rL Tpl javy- r I t J Iti t ra t q t 4 Jl maJontYIti1t V r i t JJ ftd f ft s I JI1 y I i J tlJ rI t t Uj- bl I t i tt 17f t oJI 0 J t ur f t 4 tl1 4ei f 1NIf 1 Fff r a 4r a e 1lWz rl1tI t 1 J nr1 I t it1i l1h je ro 1 s VafF f I Yac a7 rif asty1S1 t j l lrtv t5 11 fi + f f1d JIt1to rtl r t 1 t 9 JfJJ I ry i lrIiJJr COURT DAyA sprinkle of probablyMonday down to modest propor averyfairwas moderately briski TURKEY SHOOTING Some of a flock of turkeys being driven through town Tuesday took a no tion to a tree perch and the local shootingThe residences of Dr Ambrose Jones and Judge AN Crooks in the west end are making favorable progress toward completion he thermometer was down to 22 degrees Saturday morning decidedly the coolest weather of the season up to that time Silas Corbin d John Boyd shipped a carload of cattle and John W Corbin Geo Boyd shipped a carload to Cincinnati Edmund Q Wells sold T S Shrout 25 tons of baled hayat12 and 25 tons of loose hay at X10 per tonIThe tobacco buyers have appa rently let the maket go where it may Old papers for sale at THE OUTLOOK office Best 15 suits L D BROTHER herIshe will spoil him oneIr 111J 11 i f j EUGEN MIN1iIANs lf a 15 THE PLACE TO BUY J y BUGGY ROBES AND IOItSILBLETS t direct from the factoryr A is the USTKorsc blanket madek fits the best wears the longest I am selling robes and blankets at the right prices Call and see how Wood and how chem h Owingsville Kentucky THE RACKETSTORE 1 r ioprraSjzg Everything for Every ody ONE PRICE TO ALL J Now is the time to secure bar ins of all kindst selling x a o T COST PRrf andrapidly reducing our stock fj Calico per Ya df = a s Ginghams Lace curtains J Childrens hoot a Toques t r it Ladies skirts t iMens under j t x 1 Ladle un I t Ii Vi1idow a a d iI Boys caps1 tf f t Chlldrehsg t 1 7 Pencils 4c Ttiav x ISlates Writing papery Envelopes 1 tt + 4f1 t Chair seats N t o iP f tr a tShoe polisha r f t T r 4f t C rCt on racumpower Granite teakettle V t t l itnDl dishpans 3 tvr it 1J r Granite butt 1 r j t k f z J j Granite jwasbpahsTx r f y Ii 41 JJilI 1 T Puddingpan i I I jGraniliCLStevi 40 t 7r1 t Krt al 5 K7ka tI JI 1 1I JJo 1iJ s 0 rrto fr 9 f i JfJ 1 l X YIiy not If We can UQ TI 4 Ioili i haveitdoK fit or sideredr t IifRun over t t W r lb 11 ItxOL 1rbray o f f Letterhead l t ei 4 NO 1 rtl J tehen1tf fii 4piA l stat rL l i Pa IJV iJ I Blank Forms of aiiT J f We have bothgand bo dorli enwj ring w and unruled for typewriter rag and bonden We put writing papers in tablets with blotting paipp if so desired fil We have for sale in any quantity blanks sww deeds mortgages and oil leasest t f Address THE QUTlBOKOWIfjIQSVILLE KY ffTHE AMERICAN Boy ABROAD Dr Wood the popular Master of Harrow school once London Tit Bits a story of a boy who missed battallion drill which is considered a somewhat serious offense at that famous school The doctor summoned the lads an American to his study and thus addressed him Do you know as the honorary cdlonel of the cadet corps I can have you shot and as the headmaster I can have you birched Now which sentence do you pre ferThe humor of the situation overcame his nervousness and with a smile the boy replied I prefer to be shot sir because then you will be hangedlI The puffs worn by some of the girls look like a plate of sausage links FRUIT lllltF SHAUB TREES Everything for Or chard Lawn undJ Garden Writp for free Catalogue NO A GENT H F HILUENIVIEYER SONS LexinpttonKy y 1 r f ROBERT NIXON f m haying started a new BLACK f SMITH and WAGON and BUG GY REPAIR SHOP on the corner of Water and Suddith streets iisolicits share ofyourpalronageJ ttPrices reasonable horseshoeing I SOc Experienced workmen eni J l ployed 164 V SCHOOL tAX D t The tax in Owingsyille Grad ed School district is now due and t I am collecting same Please come and pay as the school needs jjIfper cent penalty will be added tS D THOMPSON r r MARBLE AND GRNIT q Monuments Tombstones tj yJ and Markers I have an uptp date stock ndt am in a position to make priceir right Barre granite andthd iicelebrated silver grey marble a specialtySeemebeforeb inv A CMABKLAND n t rYt jr J yr a DEMOCRATIC rJrrr l LUOSL11E Hit the State of Kentucky and Nine Congressmen Elected BEN JOHNSON MADE FINE RACE- r fli t I Caleb Powers Won Spectacular Race t a In Eleventh District le ii Elected Over 8Y rdty4 f 4t fThe lineup of tho Kentucky delega iI In congress at tho next session a ji 1 i District Ollleil JamcsItSecond District Ar 1 1r Oem Henderson ThomaslfdstownIFifth District Swager Sherley Dem Louisville Ky r Sixth District A B Rouse Dem- J Burlington Seventh DistrictJ C Cantrill a Dem Georgetown 1 Eighth District Harvey Helm Stanfordf Damltr Prestanbnrg t II Eleventh District Caleb Powers r 4RepBarbonravllle lr Democrats scored i all over Kentucky t rtor e t t 2sult of the election wast jcratlo congressmen out of I e1ec theifJ td to 1 rv ti Iy 1 t 10ts1t was t 4 Admadea p ti VJ4 i noy t H0 r tl IIt tIr t l f Jf 1 roo f F l f 0 j i i 1a h l 1P1 1 I 1Ii r i 1 air 1Iti1Jr f a f I t tt r r aAII I rdyRa 0 J ee F d t to hr i J 1 itt i i = l S j i t J fiittt+ ti ii 4 if to J a fY r 4 it iI L 0 U l agal1 I to aver 0 f e1W Langley t nt back to the MilJ V district was con t r VC J bt owen Republican4 IJ f 1iaaJ rlt7 WaIf gresuYt yS i 4 BertralnthewDemo 0 3oootliCllteJMjtaB a most stir i r fn 1ifracc n rlite alrbnghold of Re 1WI IL tf rI bi TItICT J J iifti atlN at 78th JUT r1 s th 4weaitbt atltt ratCongrecslonal- I 14 it1fItJt tile Tceptlon of Pay ti yr r sr thyeik OI James la 3at ee tIrated jo IM fleeted by 8 fItt a r It f the Socialistvjvekyever CIxHorn J iI J ask u 1T S Nans Demo ri eraf e JII Ne Ao oJI Yf Iff Ulatsetbe applliite court Thevote i i w MMc8 Jn Paiueab the Dem t j a Mk rei the J 1c and ce eHiaftne boardf and the Repub v t ptree41f the eight school I Nt te +vivea t Tbibead3nwe f rlL new H tishaky jMI Ieeton y i t41c ir i r 1 14E QN AMELLATEDi TRICT fr t ehi it i the eoijafe Seceaada M rI AIM I blot slew t Jsiige W E y i j1 f Rewlla6itlr Iii F sEM a riur way saes for rHle loa w t a ti7fiftriEs etllte Urt erAPpe oer r r t Jed J Auea Deaer B of rr 1 Miet The ajeriteebyeoua- re iUle r S Dm Mai Rep MaJ J k t 1 s Settle Dean J Pi t V Z11 c iM 17 0 41Y 4 81I rwrrl of J iG 1 FsiM N WiresJ 1rAs i311Ms r Neeeiraebaepereeluj super Hrf9 vlsii JsC if work t y raory te the A 4 o t sitiiBsttte atMttsvBMalBegtategthat ti rw tsIlaytt liethieg4tad bean dfeeevereAto- a e aaUghtpetlteeauaeof be JtfIIIJILHe 4HJUi that any wires r W bstlntetieid shiertban these that t rriI T tS Jh r t s J tMmMRMWeb3iy1 ti ivae3t7avaliysa- a rr fr- 4t Jil o l p 1 1 1YiiiJii l 4sy 1iiit A4rr1 J yJj r 1V fO or P Ax1a n r j j rrWi 1A lyrar tlrt f JV f yt yv JICtj I pJrVY at t F Davies 1495 Edmonson 300 Grayson 200 Hancock 17 Henderson 1200 McLean 525 Logan C50 Munroe 700 Meado Ohio 250 Simpson G25 Todd 4 Warren 600 Total G636 2093 Settles majority 3543 THIRD DISTRICT Bowling GreenTho result In the Third district was as follows Dem MaJ Rep Maj Counties Thomas Jones Allen 285 Barren 8S9 Butler 771 Edmo son 3EO Logan 685 Metcalfe 275- Muhlenbcrg 55 Simpson 500 Todd 1 Warren 875 Total 3005 1631 Thomas majority 1324 IBnrdstownCOngressman Ben John son made an unprecedented race in the Fourth district carrying every county over his Republican opponent Dr D W Caddie of Larub county and re coking a total majority of 6331 Following are the majorities by counties Breckenridge county 20 Bullltt county 515 Meade county 510r e j t Marion county s 911 Ohio county j 200 Hart county 263 Laruo county 2S7 Nelson count 1643 Washington ty 690 aylo jln 320 39 i 200 SSS Ila p l 6331 1 f MSTRICT H Rr ir4 e v B Rouse V congressmanfrom y district by a plu from 3000 to 5000 t he roJe 1 up against the 3808 givr Republicanft fr vote standing 3565 for- Ji p487for4Nagel vet1 59 r votes to3 065 illGTomlln In Campbell omllnarr t ii 1nlY In1 was1 Iby Silty of x fi iLtSfikety a Democratic gthe1fhoard In Newport the Repubiicanswpn isueot 1100000 to build h lnDevou P k and t- oplotof was votesyv bY Blmost 7 t voteo E + H DISTRICT jigrsssman J Camp STBis home In George r he following as the ti byeaehcopnlY of j which he was contt nd correct 95pt Franklin 850 oodford 126 Henry l FJ Qldham 250 Ran 540 Owen 1175 Oldham 250 To tals Cantrill 3765 Rankin 781 Cantrlirs majority 2984 EIGHTH DISTRICT ShelbYVlUeRetunisrecelved1iere- lndJcateth following majorities for Harvey Hem Democrat hth Congressional district Shelby 784 61pencer 425 AndersontooJessamine Mercer u 350 BOyle 250 Uncola 500 Rockcaa tie went Republican by 200 ndKadlsonbY150Thlli Its la the district 2824 I TENTH DISTRICT Mt Sternajohn W LanRlf1R publican Incumbent to congress was elected over A Floyd Byrd Democrat by1 over 1000 Brrdran a remarkable raeo and cut down the Republican mv ority over onehtlfE- LEVENTH DISTRICT Congrcaefonaldtstrlcttree gave Caleb Powers the Republican nominee for congress a majority of Bertramwithstanding fact that hundreds of Republicans voted for the Democratic nominee and hundreds of qth era stayed away from the polls the outthesometimes amounts to 22000 lI2emoryofJobwas honored at Brown university by Hayemorle11lbrary BAJsgeUllr speakerabuilding Is a white marble tttrnctuttv andH cos t1vlth Its site 300000 n ttia Tel Fred Carleton 89 graHdsIre of the Odd Fellows died lure of vweral debility a r f ELECTIONRESULTSNATIONAL Senate Now Old Republicans 51 60 Democrats 41 33 Republican Plurality 10 28 IIouse Republicans 168 31- 9Democrl1tl223 172 Pluralities Dem 65 Rep 43 SENATE SEATS LOST BEVERIDGE Indiana HALE Maine BURKETT Nebraska KEAN New Jersey DEPEW New York DICK Ohio WARNER Missouri SCOTT West Virginia CARTER Montana MAKEUP OF NEXT CONGRESS 1910 1908Senate House House R D U D R D Alabama 2 9 Arkansas 2 7 1 California S S 1 1 S S Connecticut 2 4 l 6 Delaware 1 1 1 Florida 2 s S Georgia 11 Idaho 2 i 1 Illinois 3 14 11 19 8 Indiana 2 ii 211 Iowa 2 a 2 10 1 Kansas I a a Kentucky 1 l 2 9 I 8 Louisiana 2 7 7 Maine 1 1 2 2 4 Maryland 2 1 6 3 J Moxsachusets 2 10 4 11 S Michigan 2 10 U 8 I 8 2Mtesisslppl 2 S S 7 9 3Montana 1 1 1 1 Nebraska I 1 J 8 3 3 1 I i 1 New Hampshire 3New7NorthOhio i 1 1 G5 13 S Oklahoma I I 5 I IOregon 2 6Ithode7South8TexlUlUtah 1 1 91VashingtonWest Virginia 1 1 4 6 1VTomlng2319172MaoritIG Washington A majority ot approx imately 55 Int1etiouseot representatives and a gain of at least eight seats In the senate are the results ob tallied by the Democrats at the elec Uon Indlanai Maine Missouri Nebraska New Jersey New York Ohio Mou tahi and West Virginia are the states which have elected Democratic legis latures that will choosa successors to Republican senators Temarglil on joint ballotln the Indiana legislature wlllnot be greatvbut 4t Issuffic tit itoL1tTo the ctlcm6f John VIoli61 rtitB eve rIl A End pieau RI ibrity IP T In the jonse Is an a d cand 3 for speaker of the Sixtysecond Kress a dlt18 almost certain heY 1r- bo elected to that position with levy- little if any serious opposition t In the contests for state offices In many of the states the Democrats were as successful as they were in the congressional field In some in stances states which were formerly counted on as strongly Republican re versed the old order and chose Demo cratic officials IntNew York John A Dix the Dem ocratic candidate was electedover btimson Roosevelts candidate bya majority of 65000 Inlassachusotta Eugene N Foss Democrat was elected governor after a hotlycontested campaign New Jersey stepped into the Demo critic column by electing as governor WoOdrow Wilson president of Princeton university Ohio reelected Judson Harmon by 60000 Connecticut which was RepUb- lIc nln1908by 44660 elected Slm eon E Baldwin by 3500 Massachusetts which was Republican In 1908 by iipOOO chose E NFoss by 34000 Coloradp elected John F Shafroth Democrat by 16000 Iowa went Republican by a majority of 15000 STATE GOVERNORSPlurality AlabamaEmmet 50000 CaliforniaHiram W Johnson R 25000 Colorado John P Shafroth n 1500- 0ConnecticutSimeon E Baldwin D 3SOO Idaho James H Brady R 1090 lowaB F Carroll R 1600J Kansas W R Stubbs R 6000 Massachusetts Eugene N Foss D 329SJ Michigan Chose 8 Osborn R 45527 MinnesotaA O Eberhart R 7309- 0NebraskaChester H Aldrlch R 5000 New Hampshire Robt P Bass R 7000 New Jersey Woodrow Wilson D 90000 New YorkJohn A Dlx D North DaUota Tohn Burke DIoooC- hl Judson Harmon D8051OklahomaLee Truce D 6000 Oregon Jay Bterman R 6000 PennsylvanlaJ K Tener n20oooRh- oollI8ll1ndAbram J Pothler R 903 South Carolina Coleman J Blease D i 60000 2000renneeD13OoooWlaronslnFrnnclsE Wyomine Joseph 111 Carey D 5068 Not the Reason dl1ughierYeyea sirsaid the youth Do you take her for a fool Ohnon 1oslr1hat is not the ream I waric to marry her Rescued il- MrtICrlmsonbeakTheysay the Shortest way to a mans heart la through his stomach Mr Crlmsonbeak Well dear your biscuits always do give me heart burn Ybnkcra Statesman From Missouri Oh well the landladys heart U all rightr like apteceoflt then the ba- ntednothing but second rste huh and liver during the week that J hays boarded here Not a Llnnukt Her French is execrable II BzecrableT Why her Fremck Las bad ae her Spanish I didnt know al1ei could Peak Spaaisb at all Oc She curt t r V Iift h i i1 t r 9 i q iJ i sV t r t J J r I tt4Sj rl 1 j ff ltDEAT H AGAINI 1 i 0 i INVAOE J CEJ L A r K Senator Clay J of G f Eighth to Die this x J l jJCgiWAS SERVING HIS THIRD d 1 d 1yr Rated As an Eloquent spe i iz tWas Member of SeveralSenato-sMost Import- Committees t Ia 4 rtI hic 4 t f1Atlanta Ga United State l Alexander Stephens Clay die ly in the Atlanta sanitarium I lho was taken 10 days ago in that special treatment mlgl r a t his life rI i jUe S Senator Alex Slept t l ft JAlthough Senator Clay t J r r r ately ill his death was n r itA 5 The senator bad a slnkii f i 0 rallied and seemed to be r J t j S t er Mrs Clay anS hera r r were at tho bedside aaLY t ax was chatting with thorn i f 1 i f r JJ i s ing to his homo at Marief 1a J r o fK9 f ly he gasped and in 81 rr f r t 1r dead ThecauecCd deaff t r Je t fi j1s = ras dilation of the hear T f r Vf J + p X r r Senator Clay w y f f K f a is the first t r tJ Jman a r t 1 H Georgias history I ar t t l a his colleague S t 1 rv r 01 r yIt r iL 3 yt returned to t rk t c t r 3 cesslye thois i t r f f I r7 y I 1 R1 Joyw qt r J4arr5 it t R r r i i rtoa r h FRANCE FEAR 1 t1 e t r rOof 1 t Jac r 1tr 1Si i 1 r qZrr OIr1a l 6 4 ittti tYSeine Continues to J i1rJ 4 Ij r 4 r J e v f4 5 Jt 09 fFloors are l f JI tiI 1I f sr0 rtr11 iparlTheret 0 iIF l r k ijt e r r t r 1l t 1 ment of the flood fp t a rti i int a1 r r it4 1 7y I whfchnuesfe i r 5 s r P0r r 1ont Rayal has r r 5 j be l1f ti r a hlch 4 r f ii r tii tj 4 r t The J u v r i n rr J ip i r r ororryhe Y Jk J tzjrI r- o RtInte8 i tr- I l staryarel r ki tr tpassage ji are1 flooded iovlsed for p ssi of the Palais De JL gerie and the prefccN o full ful of of water water Gi t f fi f ry B idamage r d r Murder the Cl s rj Xr iJ f tI rWheeling V Va A atr 1 malty charging ThomaSv i r t r + 4 j f i end of the Bethany co a i giJi i team with murder in cob r ii 2Jl f i i J the death of Capt r the West Virginia uni i i 1i j has been issued The aw = 1Icpartial Coroner tamed injury completion Wi Wi in Rogers thee of Thi p r r ri i t f the two teams fromti r 1 within five hours witho j a rFr r r y consciousness The ten which the warrant was rfurnished principally by J r rI it V Young a Plttsburg attorn M toitpared the gamy Philadelphia Congressman Foulkr ssl5 a i 1 r i Foulkrod of the Fifthcdistrict died without kno l t rr suit of last Tuesdays eL i tihe was defeated Close I J JIJ1n j his congressional duties 11 resuIt ens health b Z J during the campaign KcT ito his bed He was well I L manufacturer He sorvc4 and 61st congresses Ho d 7 L i r t old No Trace Fouh t f i + fGreatBarrlnctonMassjY i I bed ufo and robbed the p the Woronoco Construct p 4 f t1 20000 In cash and checks fthe camp of the laborers f 1 swamps convinced the post culprits were not in hldlusdeveloped today rtole n was 2000 more tha ra ks fe Winners at taton latonla Ky The whine were as follows Joyanco r t aV5 Ella Bryson T Koer tSporting Life iT Koernert 1 v AUescott Grops 13101 Ross 145 Nethermost II i i r18320 f t I f l 1 tPhiladelphia Coolly tal i kill demented against him his Harry man breast who J Minnie and had 1 j r f i t t 5 tto divert his assailants aft rrMrs Mlnnlck called a poll phi E r i- 3Y 4 L Jy PittsburgpaHardpre1 i tt rt t If through its attorneys a dvi r r Untied States district cou pleas of non contendre to tj b 01of having conducted a com1 the restraint of trad w q S Young Imrnedi rial Glass Co t and alao assesare President Myron 0 tho 14 other direr a tt r t 4 I r Ij J l p rfif i 4 o STUCKY P f 1 MINGSt 0 tt II 1rrf J J fJ GOING ON IN 2 1 SECTIONS OF 4 f t E11ilri ING ON DAMS 1 lurveying Crew Have Under Observation i plvil Engineer YoIJ crew of 40 mon are above this city on the IB government steamerr party are taking pound o r ig preliminary surveys im No 33 which In to w 4 jwhere near Maysvllle rvo v idcr the supervision ot United States junior n they complete their s I will move further down i rvey dam No 34 t t L1 CONVENTIONt 1f J s Hold Meeting and I 0 ted Speakers f StntetCov1t4 f y and Tuesday nights t lectured Miss Laura ii 4 t ton told of legislative t ort Tuesday morning 4 t I reports and in the art t J jra White of Ashland J rcssman John D White national Peace Dr I te read n paper on t t l t4 of Woman t f r f TLESHIPI1 tt J lt Of ntucky is to have the J f j battleship named V iv t ornament for thel f f to ACo s r jij Behead has been1 J4 t t W nns now at Now t 1 ready to bo shipped et l t soon the state sig e aS J less pay the freight 4 I rJ t er loan ot the f 4 I oV g fort rcs tvr t t mal bronze and t pn will be put i t Jvr iaps altliough I onthntltbc tJ r J Jl J e building on t t tlonalVVsV I we govern L ngurtihead nnd Con orJI vo r I Langley asked that 4 J juchy Tho request JIIf l ij londltlon that the r I Ved It 1 1bj I f f f1 l r 1c 1It BY BANKSr t to t i l tt t IJAr 1f1 Jp 1 i vtf vks and trust V i tiiii Jt tJ ldei1ports f t r ere ijt r- Ii JtfO f tf rntvuauf i f F 1 t t t j of State h J t 4t if ofvaluoto ta t IondltlsbeII tti r Jr r f on has caused t t h a t f t ts made by the1 fij iP f J have been made trust companies f it t r 4 state banks In ii P it 1 6 r DEVELOPMENT cwcen SlaCOOOOO to- Jc the outlay involved f100000 acres of cok fltern Kentucky It tho construction of qK railroad to reach pentracts for the rail alrendy been let jjrlceot the land was js stated that the line d to Appalachla Va L5MERS INSTITUTE r t hrThe Hardln County IIi lute was held In this 1718 The state ngri t t fiment furnished speak r ting assisted by a num 2 f countys most expert iurlsts A number ot t c poultry and agricultural V en t GOOD ROADS LAW I of JCf t f 0 law providing for 6 t the state of Kentuckyp I 108 t4 r c J jjdLby a committee an t 1 t rlr c Kentucky Good Roads beJdOft f 1 ifoO J i When It Is per f trlJ tti 5 i t f Ifi esubmlttel to the as I p f 7t 1 t r jnUfjcatlphafterwbichJt ti tl f c hfP i r for presentation In the 1r i t Jy oq 1lo J j J fbly toIrltI 1 t t 1 w t 1 r 4 10 7 o o q J J1f 0 t w 1 4 r This city was selected cr L M IoiIo 1 It on cUyln Novemher f t J I nce or Judltcs and f l t t i 1 JtI r i jOnfer In Juvenile court rlt j f U 1I fJ froi fL l h tl t l rjrThe Mt Vernon roller t I t i I r H Hanilln burned tQ tr 0 r JAmill nnd firaln was t oI trv f r there was Insurance IYr 1 Jo l t t ft 1 iti oti ttr f t i r o0 t 7 1 o Goy Willfpn has arc t d mlttee of Louisville cltiY t f h J OIJ i or the conference of goy aJt y iavUIi on November 30V J fl 5 sf t I IOJtts 1 eeis composed of ropre ti 1 1 i t1 t J tJr jjJ fzens and will have gen bf Atbe l 4 entertainment and 1 tfr f tt 1 i the visiting governors ands ri 1 JC cr rt II4 ir 1 v J z i r 1 j f tJJJ I J T iit IIJ1f 1l The case acnlnst Valof ftI r orrt lj I cd with malicious shoot o 1rr t f 1toO i J rlnlthlntenttokmtI T rrt 1tiffai i 1I v tat he shotr 1 and killed Pa + t o It r j Jol of I f e Vm Murphy was dismiss 1 J r Ifh tl d r i I alntrledfertbekJlUng Ii 1 roo rl cr t J1 1 t I Hurphy several weeks io 1 1 rJ1 h Prt ifr c i it I f Vf 0 J t + t tft l f t-d r t 4 rt W t1Dackduttp tI11 i I 11I t of fu vwrtr was deslg- Mlsjnro rr 7 f r ncclal Judge 4i ri Oh f4 i I J iltftf r to try 1 jl o t i t s ai Mas theI I Z L alr r1 pc tJ 1 If s w tll ot It t t t i L1J t liJ jI4 o 1 11 J l i rf7 I J t1f Irf tr fTYYJ J1 1 o 1 tr 0i I 2 J + l 1 t1l t JI1 I ttt I 00 t ij zJii ltfl hti1 iI tJ ri 1 i t Ii t I j i a t 1 J t M 1rntt I 1 zft1 1 4r1 jtl 1 it J I Ir i RAIL CONSTRUCTION Eastern t lucky Will Be Benefited by reposed Bujldlng Frankfot Eastern Kentucky will bo benefited by the plans of the Con solidation Coal Co tn build a railroad from Its newly acquired property In tile virgin coal fields of Eastern Ken tucky as it is announced that ns soon as winter breaks surveying crows will be sent out to map out the line and that construction gangs will follow In their wake It Is the intention to have tho road in running order by next fall The projected line will be built from Shelby eight miles south of Plkevllle tn Shelby Gap a distance of 23 miles It will then be extended to Potter Gap and a terminus to be selected later in the very heart of the new coal field The route will follow Shelbv creek It Is estimated that the construction will cost In the neighborhood of 3 000000 HIS FOURTH NOTCH Jailer Turner of Jackson Shot by Bad Jake Noble JackTon Jailer Wesley ItiTncr of Breathitt county was shot and In stantly killed by Bad JaklT Noble Noble induced Turner to go out for a drink They met Pierce Crawfonl and Harrison Hall and the four men walk ed together At this time shots were being fired in celebration of the election Noble naked Pierce Crawford for his pistol and Crawford thinking that Noble merely wished to Join In the celebra tion banded it to him Noble Immediately fired upon Tur nero The first bullet went through his heart and as he started to fall Noble shot him a second time This IB the fourth killing traceable to Noble l Kentucky Flashes I Franklin The grand Jury returned un indictment against Joe McElwnln charged with murder and Lum Vance as accessory to the killing of Will Weir at Salmons London Congressman D C Ed wards appointed John Harold Hardln the 17yearold son of Attorney Sam C Hardln to the West Point Military academy He will enter In March A number of owners of real estate In tho vicinity of Okolona organized the Citizens Antlhuntlns association the purpose of which Is to prevent trespassing by hunters upon property of the members Morehead Slx prisoners to the county jail burned the jail andes caped Cephus Morris Crlt Hall John Collins two Lawson boys and A C Pelfry were the prisoners Nothing is known of their whereabouts ThejalJ burned completely but no other build ings caught This ta the third time this year that prisoners have es caped Louisville The board ol equaliza tion will meet and organize to pass yaluattor v Xcla ielU In irs scit general Revision board will be In session for 30 days and from all Indications will Ibe a very busy body as many Louisville citizens will make an effort to have their as feessmenlB reduced Louisa Claiming that ho hsfl Ttlll cd Oscar Waller near here last March B F Blankenship an employe of the Parker Carnival Co whicjv is showing Rt El Paso Texas gave himself up to the officersland is held awaiting offlr cers from here He says he had had trouble with Waller and Ins duel he had killed him Blankenship has been n fugitive since the killing traveling under an assumed name He says he wants to be tried and have it over with Frankfort In granting a condition al pardon to Ben Hughes Gbv Will son says the man a negro was con victed of forgery and sentenced to1 eerve eight years In the penitentiary one year for each dollar that he secured by the forgery The governor onebaJris enough punishment for forgery by an ignorant negro when only 8 was eecured The governor refused to pardon Fred Fields convicted of man slaughter and sentenced to ttm peni teutiary for two years Fields hat been paroled after serving halt of the term Frankfort A request from Calcut ta India for a copy of the Kentucky Historical Register has called attention to the fact that this publication by the Kentucky State Historical jso ciety has as wide circulation as any magazine published The Register goes over the world having subscrib ers in Rome Berlin London and most of I the large cities of the old world Mrs Jennie C Morton the editor br ibe Register Is pleased with the sray her work Is being received and feels that a high compliment has been paid to Kentucky by the demand In Europe as las this country for the magazine Lexington A train load of trotters will leave here fOr New York to go under the hammer at tJeOld Glory MadisonSqWlrclargest consignment from this section will be that of the Clalborae Jam con fisting of 55 head Lexlngtpn Dr James K Patterson president emeritus of State university ha gone to Washington to attend the ofAtnerlcanExperiment Stations He will deliver Jfcentul7otFrankfort There is either very careless hunters or very mallclouu iiersons wandering about this county for Ed Weltzel had one of his fino registered Jersey bulls shot and kill ed oii his farm No clAW has been obV talned as to who did the shooting but an effort is being made to learn Frankfort Miss CpraMaudeN acc of Newport the first woman who ever argued her own case In the court of appeals in this state won her suit against the Patterson Building Co The court CCJIpany t r r =When the winds of bleak November Down the chimney moan and sigh Stirring into life each ember Till the flames roar fierce and high Then my thoughts revert to boyhood lWhen Thanksgiving Day drew nigh l j In the flames I see the farmhouse ji j rt AriJ the woodland brown and sere Where the sportsman rifle echoed As that day of days drew neat Scenes which ever shall be cherished In the burning Idgs appear I can see the deep old cellar Where the apple bins piled high Overshadowed heaps of pumpkins j Golden as the sunset sky i And the casks of new fall elder r Stood along the wall close byJ As JaWhileVisions Off V h rAre prcj t And I i I 01 the KEEPING THE fT TRUE MEANING OF LES THANKSQIVINQW y HH Should Be re 11 Those Wno I j Aoun rSharing Witt tne t U v Fortunate Brethren The sober Joyfulnoss of New England Thanksgiving exhaust Itself ina slczled ernor Bradford after the ft Ja estmadedeUberatepi tithree days feuUngand durlne which the Infant a talned more than Its OTJ Visiting Indians It is tr guests contributed Yen feast as they had earll rom for ft liRA nf tJj thel i eeasJ hospltv corns 1 It would be hard U greater contrast than must have existed betw garb and quiet mannen grlms schooled in per privation and the fana j unrestrained Impulses w RI and his people The Indian could be dignified enough upon occasion but his uncareful selfIndulgence even more than the colonists hospitable unbending was the sign fan unusual confidence That mutual confidence and good understanding to the con tlnuance of which these days of thaksglvtng arid feasUng evidently contributed not a little procured those necelsal1yearsiofpeaooandseeurlt1 which enabled the weakness of the Pilgrim colony to harden Into strengthWe Thanksglrlng day especial ly a home festival and Its association are most delightful In family reunions and home pleasures Yet the prece dent of Plymouth hospitality has never been and never ought to be neglected It is a time whea those who are blessed with home joya take pleasure In sharing them with the homeless Families enlarge them I selves to Include not bnly the scat tered next of kin but those also who are far from their own home circle A touch of the blessed spirit of homo joy and mutual helpfulness stretches beyond the limits of t e farnlly tp Include those for whom the day would otherwise be lonelier than for privation ot home cO lPanlOnsbJpa This gracious hospitality ot the Thanksgiving season brings home memories to many guests It ought to have its teachings for many others men and women In our towns who dream of homes yet to be earned or realized In keeping them In touch with the true home spirit There 1s no selfishness in true home love Tt is not merely as a refuge for our selve that wet build the walls adlay the hearth and Uadte Ute flre and spread the table To a1aa A H Iw i ffj v 1 J A 1ii kJ Ji J x wi b 1f1l1l qr t t j iJVf p x they could S t from that false i adaysi which thlt ances and Isasha n pltallty unless It is j6ssiblev make a show of wealthV d they had the fathers GoddJ and entertained the straqersr gates The other Spirit of falw and shame obs boih nme tiiiB of the best joy ot the Thanksgty tlD1ethejOY fCO ut b rGiver ot all good and cf corOlal eH 1L come which baa aotblnB to tet and nothing to assert Tliia slmpWcV1 ty of welcome this utncss of a cheerful iplrit must rer be mbreri grateful to the guest Ulan formal t show of multiplied courses and etebr prate adornment of the table PROOF POSITIVE 1 Chick tJooutoIf I a orphaa oJ tfHymn of Praitt K We hold our band to Thee O Loraor Hoeta fAnd praise Thee for Thy blessings manifold We thank Thee for the bounteou harvest yleM f t J The garnered opulence of vine aaa told The work ot man with full fruition erawnet f J iWe thank Thee that we lire with coat attuned i j H To a1lthbeutyotothpu1alD world 11 tFijiJof the 1 j When no man knoweth but who lire fITPf8IMott r1The silent heroe In the way forsot We pral eTheo that no brother live eniUved j tFree heart treehomelayeletthanhvtllClIeI y Thread r Z t iThe rich reward the joys of freedom Won r ir1 Tr OodI ye BMfte far tke cut of 43 l r i ii tI1f t v v f 4 nl f i f fT l f h r 0 t 71 f iJ f t gsp J 9 W I U1 y r u t- t 4 OlVlilngVILLE OUTL OK I PUBLISHED W EELYchOWINGSVILLE KY 4 ti i Entered according to Act 0t 1 Congress at the Owingsvilte 1 Ky Postofiice as secondclass stnattorrk t THE OUTLOOKS subscription rates areas follows Ono year One Dollar ter Six months Sixty Cents Three months Thirtyfive Cents siI No commissions allowed any body on subscriptions desiring a change of address Should give previous Sa8 when writing- Correspondents should always z gc their items to us not later r than Monday if possible when w out of stationery mention it on a I Sseparate slip of paper Sews matter of general inter cst is welcomed bring itto l without delay if you wish it in jt sorted dont wait until Tuesday or Monday for the paper is not a S set up in onG lily nor in three Jf YW days CciTesrcridcnts must give only news notices of deaths Lon t obituaries snd W s will cost ijMneoi five P crds each Sign your tot ommunica t t i r tiors or they ygo to the waste- basketv i Adyevti Ashing a change J rr U tire of nd sltou n t + lEtf week previous to r f J a r Itil communications to I t r Y 10NAlrun Owinville 1 p toI t f 17 1910 p1I t t ztaVc rr t t t a tCIj t C f J r l t a I z1 r s I i r t tt t r 1v tt t6 r t l 9 0 t9t t J r t tr r I 0 It to 4r1 f 1t I fi ii 0 l S a i 9 1 fj i or 0 t r i14 fI Jr 11tI r- tw jw o 4 t I f d P rt 1 tJ 1 t Y f iJat1 1 0 Ii Yhlt o 1 t r Ii v tM1 a Jtt t Jo l 6 Jt r y ap 1 UfIto r iIo t t 4t p o fj J 1 tLt i 0 it jor rI I 1tp 7 r 1 v I 0 xpreyr t tN r r express aJ s why tt tt1 r ir d something1 ltyinthepaAst 0 A trt i laii of marked characa r y J 1ity in Breath itt le A lpJ tT dfnu have a titleornJJ I r rime RatAnkle UJT0 t t yei th neWS d t1r patahmfromthat fruitful ne akel Not Y oocur i 8tHalimblightastheslay r Jrr t 1 t Jailer JMftle Wesley 6 Ji0 0 11Ber I 1 THBullrtin Company it is 9l O i A d will atguie more or lessy gracefully in tl reduction of he h y rr irice of sleeping be- 1r Jt eoraparedwith lower ber sv i t JptfSat Commerce Cdm i v snit on ao creos The wohder 15 1sWhyJthun t done it volun j slf ru as lon jis the two f t V IfeeitfuMipnce no one wouldta Ke corm j vaf v trl t J jTi NESSEB Democrats show a JIt7f J ai o tlon to try id cheat the fu oil iS i p kiioinijQe Governor out of r hF we election It do the Dem 0 PZX obracpartyinfinite injury i f rit le CIITied out Likewise the t I jaal toreJ8 Ii the election of S ti 5P b Powers to Congre85 t t ip irtyhtej felt the ells ra +y 4Iffectofsuch base I tr trfrif sad nowhere more so than Kentuckytf r 1T59savingsbec ell t e 3 rl dopOsit8 increased to more th ngthcit t average deposit is 44522 fi 424177 more than the year before iafficrY r xxta There ar ODD more deiiosit yl f r 4 4otThat la s good sign of r r i i stnite c ices J sYr i t +tr f rztanyCOmtfOditles fI4 r PiP 1 1 83S ii l 4r iC 1I yrF + t TLkra ld r f 1 tetlitl 11iJf i JJ f r 1r r 4 t t Jtt70 tJ y 6Jr ItYr ir IIyt 1 Jt tisry k Ir1 1 r lcf 1 I I 0 I tvIA BIG Louisville meat man 3fis advertising country n at 14c pork roast 12c perk op 15c sugltr cured hams 15c r round1Ino you are not to buy fof him but its no harm to think what might be VICTOR BERGKR is assured of a more or less lasting fame being the first avowed Socialist to be elected to Congress as the nomil nee of the Socialist arty oi c was elected Nov S in the Milwaukee Wisconsin district Those who do not see the men ace of Socialism arc politically recentlyelectedreassure the public and the faif pmtieE end the mane power general y will turn the despairing people to Socialism sooner or later CORRESPONDENCE 1SPObbJn i horn to Wm Andorsonynd wife asqn o ing nicely considerIablyan run him5c arc gathering tur keys here for the Thanksgiving market at 14c per poundoMooros Forrv liicrbend C Mr and Mrs J L Davis of Colfax sprat Sunday with John Otis and family Elder Cabert Cassity preached at PUimmers Landing Sunday Miss Etta Kissick oft Colfax t spent Sunday with hEr jarents Ici slid wife bavis of Colfax Vi Itof liar r Elan Otis Sa Zi h pie r iJ it P to City fn ofttnllotr t Tdaysilalrt week RathffIsfir jS Joo i J iJ O f fIrt YIr fe svejof Newton r lWI ow t t cntonsand vue of + qrC vlaltlnb Sl9 hltlye t T r1 ja+ A hasibecltierysl ck lt S te te wasttheguest of 2tensomi nearIleni tweekz cey a walliab le w iiilaskweek I t II mput il t Sn of Iucd9W ting r1 rta aft wings hervmotherMrs ovedstoLOvela- nd V4 v sof Crooks vi wcekrLn Via is visiUrI jie folks Burns ov n and wife are Visiting S firi and wife JW Penir lr to Owingsville Saturday wifewcrcinQwingSvillc aisn g at Stilidaye F Mrs Maze has fever Crooks carloadofday HtheWeanes Y r Peed 8 Lathram shipped a car ilareR A Phillips a ca load of turkeys to Lexington Sat urflay j L 9andra Randolph Nixon wife and son t of Portsmouth Ohio visited his V tofather D S Nixon last week vlsltiTn asIVill Warner moved to SaltLick UUast week John Shropshire and wife of hen1sre dheJoWifeorrlTiltonvisit r 1w r iH i4 J t 11I 1 tVLL eIIt11t91IXUrIMIIAwXM NRSSn17a1r7- 1E W Morgan has a new grist mill Mrs D B Conycrs entertaib ed the following at dinner cV Wcdne3dw of last week t lIrs T S Sprout and daughter Mis Mnv Mrs R S Estill ifrs LOll j ITcmpIeman of Owintrsville Mrs Sarah Estill of Nebraska MrsVI 1 B Caravel Mrs Oscar Con yell and Mrs Joseph Myers of this place v Phillips Anderson whohatfhnu typhoid fever is hotter Miss OHio Vanlandingham isI better of her illness Prank Perry and wife enter tamed the following young folks Friday nigtyt Nov 11 Misses Mar19uretLee 1IIedrick Walter Kincaid Bennie FloydConycrsin tel lolenes 13th birthday Re freshnicnts were served Several of our boys attended CityFridaytire But boxes very cheap and they must have been for they all got boxes There cotheeach month TIr W S Reeves left last week Kansas and Missouri to look out a locatibn StorJStono Mrs Harmon Wells of Mt Sterling and Mrs AlbertTune of Howards Mill spent Friday with Mrs T J Alexander ofMoreheadhas t Mrs W T Pelfry Miss Lottie Bittingcr of Mt Sterling spent Saturday with Mrs Minnie Crouch rt youngtSaturdayWin Hel wig beeves of Charles Steele at 4c a pound LitJames Sextonm wifebMrs Andy Masterson is std very ill Mrs Harve Carpenter is im prdyinsTMOf her illness uerelrlfC crlJhft Frank daL 0 ligsvihe stSent Sundayhele Edward Shields ofpeeied Oak visited Miss Lena Alexander here here Sundayta Owingsville familyMrsr spent Sunday With Wm Henry and W A Conner visited friends in Clark county last week nttendedCour salt Lick A large crowd was in town Sat urday sale day Joel Kimbrell of Jefferson fathGWm Daugherty has moved to the Sewell property on Railroad street wefero offeredbycan track since the election Quiller Daniel and Dick Young returned Saturday night from rChas Middletown move Butler Ohiorof Olive 11111 spital Thursday night Burial riday at Science Ridge Mont goinely county criticaltLeaingr n working= mer came home Saturday clerkingLexingtoncame oLe s Elder N C Carpenter preach SundayJudge Kimbrell was at Yale Monday Robt Traylor will leave in few days for Duijkirk Ind Chas Hadden was here Satur gayW F Fultz was elected Police udge of Morehead without op osition Dr L R Robbins has rov propertyH belongingt J ti t5 0 r I d J t c t f f 0 a i ij lElbert Myers returned ilast week from Visconsirj tNim Coburn of OIivll here Thtl day I 1lhc spoke factory has d 1 r several residents to this J rr you go away o 3i r l rnewspaper corrcs dont wait for him to o about 11 Alfred Comps andvri i fathtfj d si d r l toora f t1 4 Turkey buyers are n f clean sweep this week iThere does not seer scarcltyofmcathogsaisoon r The election passed o laffd a much larger vote r ed than was expected stood Byrd 105 Lunglcj fx r Little Della RFickl very sick 4 z J t i Mrs PiqrcaGoodpast j iriRsville waaherGciast o the bedside of Dirs Lrton r0 M Jones sold 100 o rn to Harvey Crooks the field j f J H Gillaspie has 1 fine 3yea1 old horse + Shropshireloci I son of 1911 4 rt Frank Sanders of I f Plains has rented thd f farm and will move to 1 1911 iElder t f II D Adams H hismcctingatFJatCrl rt r t c Chas and Overton J r returned from a prose 1 r through Boyle Lincoln t 1 1 and Bourbon counties lr J r a r Thos fUnlneran so went Monday to the 9 3 t w t Owingsville to buy tur s rojt ti S ta t t ft tourcommuitywaStJ f It I r r t 9Hr f r I 0 Jr y t t cat F 3 Mrs Hamilton tookr c i 1Ifi tI t 4 with pneumonia SlI 1r l- r 1 t y t t r 1 t 4 t reworse ando 1 t I ylr I f orning Nov 12 IE i4 X s 43 t r jAf tt f oclocksnepassedt + f M A f 0 f r I y 1Jic y Deceased dasonco 4r oI 1 Jt t mothers the writ R Ia ti ysy iy ihe took special P i l ry t t f t lrg j as- w i 0 Tittle JtJt 010 14Jfteringao the 3 i i d k stituted her houar At al f f il tv r 1 L t i t i Iloss of th lt not n Ji 14 o f l e jindeedjimadei i ot 1 JPdarlri N t t1 1j t 1 OOz 7 1a 11 l1P i t r Ih lan a t 1 sw J rci11tont jriIY1tHoset i f 1 lbut alvI hble C 4l r r I 7ii1 c i 7 Its heade 1 J Ella Hamilton T dprbothOwingsville 51- Ingirlhoodshe edid LoUefaith as the eary ffC I Abcut23yearsagos J r 1 I riried to Harrison H am1e jr r union wasblessedwith i d dren now grown to young Sherman manhood Edna Ben and wcj i + MY Ducrson all at home d I ilton died Marph 21 18 f her to be more than a il j t 1 thoaechildren and it v- cifufiu r uof God t6 Spare tie ihad safelyrearedthem her childrendeceasedr P r i ystepson B Ham r home one brother Tia t t paster of Rogersville J Asters Mrs Battle IrIo t Il of near Owingsville a h- r Nannie Youngof this al k Funeral services at L z At f residence Sunday morn t t t oI clock conducted rR s hurstpastbiofSomerse r l of which deceased was t her The remains were i j J to the Owingsville Ceme r t i I laid Elder to th pallbe t rafterpraycrhy Gill J 0 M Jon o L Earl B beity The writer extencf j felt sympathy to iii loved ones and trusts i t aftenvhile thes 1s in thJ ito their heartsngam L i ALLEE SAJIEE An A naval officer a iO servant named Quonghoil t Eastht o attend a funeral Go aheadQuong co the officer Then he su edIsupposeyouwillpl j ferent of food on tl t r theyfdcold I e Samce as iriChinal Quong Quon contihi iaofficer r Ygood naturedlyS + t r 1 you thinkyour friend viw0to eat what you lacedr t i t f rrraveAtte samee timce M c man conies to smellee flovi 4 on his grave retorted ro Lnaman National Ame Weary u1 Y It p J q J d 0 i tl at wont both f Tired TimIt a J Ol work at ally r rV Y p r V6 5r