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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a k n IEJ 1 Hn t r 11 I Ifes i lCo t r t e i r5ffq N t t 1 r f f I 1I fia t fiIJ LiitIaok I I I It I u T9t VOL XXXIIOWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAYDEC 221910 NO24J t Come and see Slessers newest r Christmas novelties 4 Come and see Slessers ladies I tsuitsand cloaks at cost i YMounnthwear longest fs nnd lookbcstT1ERRY Co Slesser isseKtog meur and Thoys suits antJ overcoats at c I I s will be on har 4 Iac9he churches Sat or 4 t t I 4 f I 7 ir UtifUl1in90 Christina tics 1 I to s l rOllcrs See showa wmdow r 23tfar irf It a ss pattern makes an if f Ltt1e Christmas gift cheap J jf nt1I1rs Stills 22tf r i All new colors in Cluett ariti Monarch shirts for Christmas at 23tffq aT Combination box containing tie l 4 handkerchief and suspenders 25c I atolatLDBrothcrs 23tf ft 2 IThe7weeksold grandchild of I a Tnos Purvis was found dead in I d at the Ore Mines Saturday o 1 I 22 v utiful line of ladies Christ xicarfs wool and sIlk 25c to sj 3 atL DT Brothers 23tf v Dont you fail to see E H l Brothers nice line of toys be t 4 fore you buy also candies and J i nuts 2324 h A big reduction on children I r capsboys caps from lOc to 40c I 1f girls caps 40c to 90c at Mrs D t S Estills 22tf r 0 Down down down goes the1 I rlCeonsilvcrwareandcutgiass- I i j at jewelry store I J the Pocket 2321 4 Get your Christmas presents= 1 from Mrs Estill such as parasols I SB kid gloves handbags cuff but I 4t tons and brooches 22 t I iir If you want to buy cut glass b jI and silverware cheaper than you t f ever before go to J A POWERS in the Pocket- 1t 1I 2824 NOT AN YM KTheSalt ck 1ank eplls tobea sort oJ I n gsht llibjp i I Dee 1ma t1 t t ithou- riinaterialuccessj t1 l CASH 1tWithsrnaUprofitand large volt u ume lean save you on an aver It age ten per certeach year on f tout grocery me under henewhsystem f tt R CLYDE BYRON I I I fuNG MAN DIED Richard J aged 22 years son of I umtS Wilson of Wh teoak afj 4 I tier t lingering illness J 2 lock a TO Sunday and V- d i bur tdat 2 p m Monday at th cdI l fatmlyburyinff ground r I f J LICENSED TO WED Buford Dennis and EmmaCarpenter Clarence Ellington and Lucy v f t Jjrndinghan f d D LIzzIe Colli- j ver i 7 Eyerett1iawrmsan d Mary E I t SPerryr tI a i ORESNOWUlt is better to t l Qcvith the pla4ovebeforebeT t n vith thcnewisa saying t ed by the weather l r- kf vs owonthegrounsince 1 it gan putting on anbthi 1 i f r fof the beautiful Tues ri g Ii7 of J J a I = 4 s M DAYThere was t 1 t t nregation the Chris t J jenurchSunday evenIng to f IJ d thennual C WB Mr cpI j obsrviiee by the Ladies jI f v Ionnry Society Mrs ME i tbit lI1nnsaddr s much ap 1 is o of ciPt nd enjoyed I tr 1 ilJot l j PONDENT WANTED f I 4c f L 4TTLOokWoula like to have tt1t k spondeat at the following tJ r lL1at wbtl4send in the r 1 i r t nI reguIarIty I JJ J r 1f J visitsinside e1Til1 1 1 Ift f a t r r t t ft a j + JIr Ecr F 2CrL t t T at Ji1 JtIr 4 1 1T t s 4 otAJ IIE i 1 tZ IiC t 4cb ttt I Jtfrlc eL j1l1 f vo iJJ h tt ft V A t j f 1 I t r ftoj t fH tO h fr Jy v J J 4 r fo r0 J j fr 1J a pr ta1 t 1 tt1 7 IIr 1f J lJ t t tlvor I1 a r f 11 bL1pf rJ t Jrs lfH r l Jta r i a o IY o J rrJ i fiiai 1J t tfW5 t t ti tA II Jigj Ipk r riqr I ri tot ieIv Jr i 1 t = 1 t t4aii V iIA 1 z ti t I 1r 1 iZ I 11 I jp ro 4 t J1 = f ar a rf43tI c + lor 1 t U1ItfI rE1si rrdr 1 I r1t a1 l4 I Jt t i x bt tf f i itf i z ti 1 r ittil Jl = rrL lt7 v 1 a Jtf 1t4 t I cf4r I If It iio I d r1wt r J jiiA t f 1ftI il I Ifzft 7jjjiii J a fr r j J tyj iJrJt JJtZff t1 H l j 1 J 1 r r a 1oJr jf fV jei 1i5 aJI0 f Z LJ I o ov i4 1 rXtPI n rf tJ t lJ 1 kJJJ Zy7 to T i fy 1J I t4 y t n t = S i t1-t PERSONAL Mr itl Mrs E H Goodpaster were in Lexington last week Grit Youngs baby son George is better of his attack of typhoid fevprkExJ1 yor James Darnell of Frank yrt was here some days last w 1t Mis ssSe Botts has returned froir visit to Mrs Clark Bas comffMersburg James ichards came home from Mor College N J to spend the ys Mrs B M Gv paster and Mrs John L Vice we in Louisville some days last vk- Mrs Hurst Gee and baby son of Grayson came last week to visit her motherMrs Ida Elliott Mrs Garfield Perkins returned Sunday from a stay of some weeks with a sick daughter in Louis yule John W Clayton and wife of Covington are visiting the lat ters mother Mrs Pierce Good pastor Miss Lou Adams went to Lexington Tuesday to accept a posi tion ina hairbraid establish ment Miss Helen Jackson returned last week from a stay a t Berea du ring the autumn millinerytrim ming season Chas Moxley who is employed in the Census bureau at Wash ington caller at this office Mondayf GrangeCityRuth Rid n 1 s was taken very sick Satl ight Mr and Shankland Piper of Carlisle ne Saturday on a visit to Mr ipers parents Mr and Mrs o Shrout Henry Ft ring of Tennessee Military In ute Sweetwater Tenn is he o spend the holi days with he folks Miss Jueld nner came hme from Hamilt J 1tkend thej holidays stveetI i Dr arcottG orcame from B imore last week to spend the lidays with their parents Mt and Mrs B M Goodpaster t Mrs Belle Rice T HBrr Dr A W Wal den E H Goodpaster Judge W S Cudgell orge A Peed and Eugene JBrot r attended the to bacco meetv at Lexington Mon day r John 11 J resand wTfeSand Thos Li Jou s vjfe and two children left Tuesday for Alamo Gordu New Mexico They are most worthy people and their leaving is a distinct loss to the county Lee Moores who has been liv ing in Kansas City for some time came Thursday night to see his mother Mrs Josephine Moores Lee will go from here to Cincinnati where he has secured a po sition as clerk Old papers for sale at THE OUTLOOK offic- eGentlemens dress and driving gloves lined and unlined at L D Brothers 23tf SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENTS The Owingsville High School pu pUs will give entertainments o the nights of Thursday and Friday Dec 22 and 2 ttheschool chapel There wi iv vocal and instrumental musk Jamations recitations and 010 plays each ghtJ ACHRISTMA tN The Ow irigsyille DaJ T b is pre paring f uij= Iance on the night P ay Dec 30 with Sax nt oi ciiestra of Lexington itoSnv the music Many visit ors f11 a distance are expected and occasion will do the dub thsualcreditB RECEPTION re about 65 lady guests a o Vntioh given to Mrs M d Indianapolis JlldIa tary of the i 1ocal Auxilliary of a X at the home of SatIJ Mrs 1 Land f thIrd LIO es cS i t a f a sV 4a S I VS a III a 47 a ti 4 4 p iiril1 i i 7 1 it ifI a rjY J P fl i i E i yt1 L 1 1r 4 tf J J OLOSING OUT SALE On Next S atllrday De emcBr 24 1O IviII offer my stock of goods at auc tlonoCLOTHING BOOTS AND SHOES and other articles too numerous to ention Sale will begin at 9 a m ED BAIILEYI- i Forge Iiill Bath County Ky BIG DEER HUNT DEAR EDITOR AND FRIENDS I cannot re sist the temptation to give you a briefsketch of my hunt and vis it f the past six weeks in north cr Wisconsin and Michigan Our h ting party consisted of thirty fiv members all of whom hail fr Old Kentucky With the ex c ion of Choppy Jock an old I n Chief the entire settle m t of Alvin Wisconsin is r ae up of Kentuckians Alvin ii wat is in called the Cedar Sv os There is a great num be small lakes in that part of the He which abound m sue oS bass and trout and which malt hing fine There is an abr e of small game and CIdeer and bear to make hung quite interesting The gamd is well protected by the law It ows each man one deer a seas Our party went the limit could easily have doub led th mber if they had been plivilJ to do so No gs are allowed in the hunt Pketa is qu 1jiinw u1 v fbx minx ome otter lj ix and beavdi1 I dont supy n many leaver will be trapp as Jtis a 500 fine to kill one Thet of the timber has all been but there is much sale able tim tr there yet although the fore fires Of the past year have d royed much of what is left pleandbircthine hemlock etc w in the low marshes Where th- etims all been destroyed froi marshes they set in blue gras hich makes fine pasture Also settlers cut all the hay they yeed from these marshes 12 soil produces vell where is well drained yet I feel Assured the game will not be driven from the North like it has been from Old Kentucky as the snow reaches a depth of thirty six inches and stays on from Oc tober until the latter part of April and the thermometer reg isters as low as 45 degrees below zero This alone will preserve this as a fishing and hunting place for years Well this is all boys until my next hunt RILE INGRAM NEW TOBACCO PooLThe tobacco growers of the Burley dis trict were called to meet at Lexington Monday Dec 19 to con sider the question of an entirely new pool A large and earnest gathering wasthe result the Bluegrass counties being nuner ously represented An Jl was effected and a committee appointed to pro pare a plan of procedure to be submitted to a convention held at Lexington Jan 5 1911 of delegates chosen one from each coun tyT H Brown proposed a plan and Judge WS Gudgell made an address each bing well re ceived by the growers present There was a division of senti ment in regard to the method of curtailing the production The speculators wished the 1911 cut out while the ordinary growers favored growing a crop in 1911 and cutting out the 1912 cropTherefore the tobacco growers of Bath county are requ to meet here in mass convention Saturday Dee 24 at 130 oclock nm to take action on the pro 1jed pool and to select a dele I attend the Lexington con Clo 5 1911 tdisycxpected at the yig V F f t i L r f i tfliirJ 1 YffJ tt i = iJhn IT PAYS TO TRADE AT H GILLON9SIf you want good dependable goods come to The Pocket cansavehalfSHOES OF ALLDSfor every one men s and boys HIGH P womens WINTER coats Underwear Overalls Shirts Gloves Ow gaiters and everythinjlin the Furnishing line Call ar wptprices No troubk t show goods atIGILLONS in tht ocket I Owin vile Ky i THERE AREj t I GOOD TIMES AGOi I O m u fO111Oiy sheDjiers U tBYj as o lfrlw ofPI n 1 tiiofji their f Ire4jteI thC oj m z I liitiid ancl JH1 ever toJiltH vvV1 H T nWi1 Special Sale Each ray m gYSmt= OJ oS0ffi one E L AT iRON t w U j A POWKR JEWELER yJfatches A MRS CHAS WILSON DEAD Mrs Chas Wilson of near Beth el died Friday night and was buried about 1 oclock p m at Bethel She was the wife of Squire Chas Wilson and a sis ter of Judge John A of this town Her husband and- three survive her Mrs Wm Baird of Bethel Mrs Elzie Lauer of a daugh ter at home Two loads of tobacco from three miles beyond Yale were delivered to two local buyers at 11jc per pound of last week It was contracted for unseen while growing when the prospect was fairly favorable for the 1910 pool to hold together the tobacco was so inferi or that it will hardly be worth the risk of prizing and shipping A small crowd attended Coirt nt Mt Sterlii Court Men w Subscribe iot OUTLOOK f 1 s r r AND DT RIN j patches Clocks Silverware Cut Glass Optical Goods also nice line of from 150 to 5w Watch Clock and Jewelry Repairing SPECIALTY Ovvingsville Kentucky Monday Daugherty children Lexingtonand UPPERLICIuNGToBACCO Wednesday Unfortunately lyt ff Diamonds Jewelry Umbrellas 5 CHILD BURNED TO DEATH Mr and Mrs Jessc Nolands daughter aged four years of Rosedale Carter Co was burned to death by her clothing catching fire from an open grate about noon Dec 9 The relatives and friends of the in this county sympathize deeply with them in their sorrow SIGN YOUR NA3IEIt is tlie universal rule in newpaper offices topay no attention to communica tions to which the writers name is not signed tf ROTTEN LUCK Mother What is the matter with you BillySBiUyLittleJohnnyhasmovedhe C hooh Well Dont cry there are many other little boys to playwith in t neighborhood ir but he is the only one ll uld li k tIi lW ff- rfI j la 1 L F I EUEE q 15 THJ2 PLACE TO BUY BUGGY ROBESl1lliD HOKSE tt direct from the factory 5 A is the best horse blanket made 1 fits the best wears the longest I am selling robes and blankets fjthe right prices Call and see how good and how cjaeaik oii lk 1 0wing ille Kentucky I 1 THE RACKET STORE 1E- verything for Everybody ONE PRICE TO ALL T4 Largest Line of Christmas GoodsI fve have ever had has just arrived and the tJ PRICES TARE THE CHfAPESrrr We bought our goods late and are thereby enabled toaelii tlthem at greatly reduced prices Our line contains articles for every member of the family and can be bought at wholesale prices as oar sale continues until we busi ness Come and look at our goods before making your v 4tdiesj 1 wool scar for 75c 50e wool scare35cFascinators 50 38c Misses 50c i 4 mufflers 38c Silk mufflers 5ge 2 handbags 98c 1 handbag Sic 75c handbag 50e eaition fmo 35cf it Ladies and 1 tBabies 25c sa que20Jl5C t LadLs 50c suit 1rts 45e f 50c 25 g heavy fllec JlllJ tO a J R MAXE Owingsville Ey lT lIt 0 PRImINgj Ji ci r Ii 260 WrFftfE oUTItbkoyo t printi6gYfiyiioti We can asw lI a as youl aii have it do lsewheretquanr tyan quality con lJf Run over tlislistand see ifthere isnt something ii in it you nt f J f olli Letterheads Receipts Noteheads I Labels Envelop Invitations tBillhilis Car dtStatements Posters y PamphletsS Dodgers X Blank Forms of all kinds fi We have both rag and linen Writing paper ul tJt lt and unruled for typewriter rag and bond envelopes We writing papers in tablets with blottingapeover iif so desired t We have sale in any quantity blanks such asr deeds mortgages and oil leases r- 7 Address THE OUTLOOK QWINCSVltL i a FU ISNDFURSAN HLESPRICE HIDEI PAID th3 all Wlte IIr1t3J JOHN WHITE COLOUISILLEIV 1 WhyS Not Read TheSGourieiJbiiiinal HENRY WATtERSON EDITQR CAN FURNISH YOU THE OUtLOOKAND WEEKLY Courier Journal FOR S16O w can give liberal combi nation with Daily or Sunday rierJournal Write Courier H i Company Louisville Ky r free sample copy of ou desire but be sure to send our subscription order to this Jernot to the CourierJour t q aSS 50 handbags 50c gloves 35cr Boy caps Men 7J a 35ctLez t 4Lrrl sldereJ dor put for WE also rate MARBLE AND GR VNITE rMonuments TombstonesI S Ji I and Market i I have an upto date stQk jinel- am in a position to make prices right Barre granite5and the celebrated silver grey rnarbl ii specialty See me before buy c ing A C MAR KLAN + tl ft AUSTIN BOAZ lrDEALER INt J COALA and FRESH MEAT t of all kinds Office at S P Atchisons Main Street Owingsville Ky AUSTIN BOAZ If you want to in crease your business a1ve1tc I i 3zr TIT5 J T f UeHo6j h jshndrOui dbur PNostxf k D AjI3Ij 1 A called me io tier day fbe tore yesterday and Bed she IiWaktad Something me to help her do t She had a peece ofpen i cilia her baRd that was all08taln9 long ana I looked M it she kat chewed it toq iharpea It and afce had aitot of notea 4 4 fl tuadeothebckotabIflfromt l J dreesuaker Heavy ke aaMj lam puzzled to Ourpaa4iTft w wlih you would Wai 6t pump them f- A p tnd see wMjtbeyivoWd like to hay I J1 1rirt thea tell me kkcMit giving ll waytotkemwhtyourtryLngtot tedI1 see ts i kM me oi fer the Je1t olierIyt pptItt i UnkelfeillI Iii about the way Baaator Tillman had toettwr look outer ke will playing kP jB iidimaa that bwia prew agent or fl M ke will be crackla a black snake u t j1d4t 1sutp1 li kB4 of a Ckrlanu preMBt h M5Yeuottobe Batteflde jrltk what you t et my CmaaJaeBed without tinv1 JI siLb 4 I 1 THE CALL OF CHRISTMAS I r +r IrwpWirtlow of Time Should Brln Ui Deeper eefrenal Re p fr spniIIIity f ifl It MChrirtmas tiinand at tile l i i momeiat the call la to lItt up our fZu J tearta and we1coeethe Light of the i J WorM to rest awhUeJatheglorr- I ef that lIght a6t Indeed torgettlng thV JeBBOM ke woUld have 01 learn l t liter those great BefirantB of his who 4 v tMtgBt M to 1o aad lye and work af aMvepased away but in thank r tiiI cJor seeklng to Iear l ei more how ke would havE i iiuiB rTe kim Tiiein pratloB of thla r i 4 t Urn should bring us a deepei illft 81 lOB responsibility and fiitjt our aeihbor in retard t 2itI ejmttoM to WiHtthe general wel 1 fare asdb OBdall a eeperfa1tJt jf tbat filth by whiek mouiitalas can bE cteTotlollIIt t d tcreIL4f pIeseeway hut fcti grant 1cd te 1irJR MidBg apart orthal L kbrdEi I J jjIr fl 7eet1ke1liuot1P-41r t II f f 0 J31t q IJ 11 t J tJ II 4 f t Itt 4e J1 t k f 1t1I 4r4h I 11 f Y 04 It L t r 4L foJ c r l JIoIi r Afi toj L 1 f I F r f P h I i 1t r 4 t 4 r tJp 4ftr i rl Jr i3 I Ii J I 4 Stitlg j Ifit i l if it lt l l If tr 19C tf + l tiJI i a tir t I fiIr I a JI r r 1 ki tir S iir f 1 j hj r t 7 I f tt rj jtufffw tt VJMaHIbutt n+ tletMfI Tkc tree wa all atwmUe with it candle here and there l J with a merry tinkle wayed the gifts it had to Lear il1 Jyd all was now completed for the morrow that should Le- I iWtkoyous welcome greeted by the children round the trw IVi1icnI may Lye dreamed it o nU But die race of tong alto e through the huih of midnight and bided there with me l1 I kimtldea marvelou lyVyIowintf u of all tkstars and uas q a beauty p4all knowintf with the majesty that tuu crosof jewelflame I 1 IWLicL frout the hadow came Ua came a cKkntuiX To the e the little oaut I I AStraatfepoa the trees I narT linlt tLat stf1caUpe ch laidold on me tf II fe the puLe oldm tIi tiedt Itone ldngs o 0 Lreuure ItOIn and recious ferinf- I 1 that tray C the tnriei agone Whea a rth 0 bed witL in ic an ag H=tf t rteathi t upom it was Christen Day I alnt ilntln i told him I just won dered what your idea would be about one for yourself Grate Scott he sed Has it come to this tls badenuff to hafto fork over for the fool things yure ma buys for mo without bavin to pay for some thing you get for me I dent wontto get you anything std I just want to set yure idee about what you want Unkel Bill spoke up and aed most men could tell what they wanted bet tot by tellin what they dont want What would you like to bar unkel Bllil I ast him Wells now he sed thare la Iota of things 1 would be glad to see In my BtockJn 01 Cbrlstmua morning If Iwas a woaaan of course would yern for dlmuBd bracelets and necklaces as4 rings and gold welches that 1 could pla on me Munewharo wham a pickpocket could get them without plckln Biy pocket Thare never was a pickpocket that could pick a wow ana JOCket Izcept one that lived In Noo York and he had been marrld forty time1 and he onteseed that the reason he got marrld so menny time waa just bec s he wanted tq turn whare B woman keeps her pock et It was a matter of proteshnul priae with hto becos he aed thare was o prof in plckln a womana pocket when all you got was a bunch of aampiea and a button hook and a powder rag and betwene thirty and forty seats Btidontsee what plckln pockets has to do with phrlsmus presents etB YouateWl you get marrld pa apokQupreelqulCk Flnelly pa and Unkle Bill thay got me to tell them about ma satin me to find out what they wanted and then they laffed and laffed and Unkel Bill sed It was a refreshln indication of era to God and man It is therefore not for us to question whether OthJrs iare kind JouIas whether gentleness meekness sympathy and beipfu1ns ia our own lives or notWlth tnis spirit of the season reflected and perpetuated in Urn life Christmas giving will resolve itself into Cbristlike giving every day from Christmastime to ChristmaStide of ev cry jnear of grace Christ came not to ba ministered unto but to minister to suffer and to die for others even his enemies Rising far above the lower aim of getting and gaining solely for Kir the grateful rtwl1lask-What cUl give to ray Redeemer who gave himself for rae and what can I dp for others for his sake aad the gospels That is the rclncarna eXaltllwill draw all men unto me VVIIf the average man had his wayhe would BBljwerk on the days when theUot have Jto pa those days iraaa alwayBjfMlB ttatte can do bja ttl1 fd 0 lic js 1 k t r t r HR gfr w the chango that was takin place vrhen a womab even thought oJ thlnkln about what you wanted He sedthey theJwantedYou toll your ma pa led that as fleer as you can lern what i want more hair on my hed my wlsdum tooth filled and rockkln chares that I wont bump Into with my legs when- I get up in the mornln And if she asts you what I want unkel Bill sed you tell her that I am noncommittal to a degree but that you think I would prefer a tobacko pouch that has sashay powder inside the lining a collar and cuff box with pink satin inside of it a cigar cutter that I can hanl on my watch chase whenever i want to feel pertickerly ashamed of myself a sliver handled pensll that oho can borrow frum me the day after Chrismus and never glv back to me and a smokin set made out of Dmerdbrass that i can sell to somebuddy for finger bowl Thats rite pa led nut the best Chrlsmui present for a man unkel Bill sed is to pick out a fifty dollar present for him that he would haft pay for when the bill comes In and then not got itCopyright U W D Keabtt DARK OUTLOOK BEFOREHAND Mamma asks the little boy how can Santa Claus get into our Oat when we havent any chimney noth Ing but A steam radiator He will probably slip in by the basement door darling Its all off then says the lad with a surprising vfgor In the use of slang That janitor will put him out of bust ness before he can unpack his sack tJttJ w I CbeReal Culprit i ttt it I A mistletoe berry = Had caught in her hair I She wasn ttoblame She had not put it there t i1 That mistletoe berry Atilt in her hair I i Lips red as A It hardly was cherryI3 Yet he wasnt I Forks clear diat the berryiWas the fault of the J That caught in her hair t 3 fl i v r 1i fP S jVb y f n J tpo ISLAND SINLSI INTO THE OCEAN Carrying Scores of Human Beings to a Watery Grave REPEATED EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS A Night of Horror on Central Amer- Ican CoastSea Too Heavy For Rescue WorkOnly One Boatd Saved San Salvador Costa RcoAn is land in the Ilopango lagoon following un earthquake shock sank into tho Carribean sea It is asserted that nearly all of the inhabitants about 75 lamilles perished Tho sinking of the island followed a series of earthquake shocks which were felt throughout the republic About midnight the watchers on the shores heard the sound of guns from tho people on tho island Shortly after that a huge bonfire was lighted on tho Island and a boatload of frightened women aud children reached the main land The survivors reported that other boats were coming as fast as they could be filled as the Island was slow VhabItantoTho boatmen of the mainland were appealed to to send aid but in view of the continued shocks and tho stead fly increasing violence of the sea they were afraid to venture Indeed there was no time While they debnted another and more violent tremor shook the mainland and the fire and other lights on the island vanished Not a vestige of tho island remains It is estimated that 170 per ished In the catastrophe HERO OF THE OCEAN Captain Uberroth of the Gresham Rescues Sailors and Ships Boston Towing a waterlogged schooner and bringing 11 men that were snatched from death on sinking ships after a battle that tested the mettle of her officers and crew the United States revenue cutter Gresham arrived In Boston harbor with a two day record for saving life and property afloat never equaled on the Atlan tic coast In addition to the rescued men Capt Preston H Uberroth ol too Gresham saved the twomaster N A Ayer and took her Into Provo Incctown Then without a breathing spell ho rushed seaward after the abandoned threesticker Stephen G loud This in Itself establishes a new high water mark for the revenue cutter service Caused By Cigarette Stunp =IZ Ac bto q cigarette stumpiiwn under a seat in the mens waiting room destroy ed the terminal station of the Centra milroad of New Jersey while a big brick storage warehouse adjoining was badly damaged A loss of 1 0000 was entailed of which 50000 Is on the station and 50000 on the warehouse and stock stored Ten Stitches In His Heart New YorkThere Is a man living in this city with 10 stitches in hi- sheartHeMd been stabbed with a knife threeqiarters of an inch wide and seven indies long It took just 30 minutes to perform the delicate oper ation Fourteen days after the oper ation the patient left the hospital Chilian Envoy Dead 4 Washington Senor Don Anibal Cruz envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary from Chile to the United States was srtrlcken with heart disease and died 10 minutes later He had attended the banquet of the Amer lean Society for Judicial Settlement of International Disputes and retired ap parently In good health Burned to Death In Jail Port Koyal Private Charles Tar roll 24 a marine was burned to death Ina tire which destroyed the town lockup and hosereel house Ciuroll enlisted at Dallas Tex He had been locked up on a charge of being drink end disorderly The origin of the fire Is not known Disorder In Chins Hongkong LienChow In Kwang SI province where the American Presbyterian mission hospital and school were destroyed continues In a state of disorder Two thousand rebels are now opposing the Cantonese punitive force I Veteran Horseman Dead New York John McGuIre a Veteran horseman known alt over the United States died of heart disease He was about 65 years old Of Noted Family Washington William Glynnc Chas Gladstone Is to become an attache at the British embassy at Washington He is a grandson and heir of the late Wi E Gladstone M Plho grand old man Landslide In Italy Naples A landslide at Plsclotta In the province of Salerno caused tho death of four persons and the serious Injury of tevetal others One bouEO collapsed and nine were dam aged Each Gets Ten Months New York Charles p Drew and Charles H Wardell former boss government weighers convicted In the United States circulk court of taking orlbe money from Thomas 8 Doyle In Brooklyn for the false weighing of sugar were sentenced by Judge Mar tin to ten months eachIt White Sworn In EdwardrlaBschief justice of the United Stats fag thesessl6n of the supremec 1f I t i 1 f trr 77 s f L WINTER Ivl ttK- ENTUCKY EDmIi Program of Unusual Practical Interest Issued JOURNALISTICTALENTTOAPPEAR Louisville Will Be Scene of Busy Conference By the Pencil Pushers During Late December Days Louisville Newspaper men from tilt over the state will be present at the wldwlnter meeting of the Ken tucky Press association to bo held here December 28 and 29 The meet- Ing likely will be one of the most in teresting In the history of tho asso ciation One of tho features of the program will bo tho talk by Marmaduke B Morton managing editor of the Nashville Banner Mr Mortons subject SHELTON 8AUFFLEY Secretary Kentucky Press Association will be Turning Over a New Leaf A OneMan Office will bi the sub ject of a paper by Clarence Sterrett of the Hawesville Clarion t The Louisville Convention and Pub licity league will make arrangements for the entertainment of the visiting editors A theater party has been planned and other affajrs are underway The committee on program Is composed of Robert W Drown of Louisville Times David M of the Brandenburg Messenger LPj B Stears of the Nicholas vlllo N r d IT ci J lnRepublican and ED lnnlck bt the Shelbyvllle Record J The Program A New Form of Cash tiook Samuel Judson Roberts Lexington Leader Your Home Paper rs Ella Hutch inson Ellwanger Frankfort Kentucky State University Judge Henry S Barker I The Next General AsKembly Green R Keller Carlisle Mercury Tax Revision Arthur Y Ford T ulsvllle Turning Over a New Leaf Marma duke B Morton managing editor Nash yule Tenn Banner Buried TreasureProf CoJ Nor wood Lexington curator Kentucky Geological Survey What Is News John J Berry Pa ducah NewsDemocrat Tribulations R lx WetJover wnw pBusiness Table conducted by ME Conley Louisa NeweaLooking For the Profits J G Cun nlngham lIddles1JoroRecord- ElevaUng the Standard Wallace Brown Bardstown Standard- A OneMan Office Clarence Ster rett Hawesville Clarion Cooperation Round Table conduct ed byT Sanders Orr Harrodsburg Republican The Mechanical Department Ben B Cosine Sholbyvllle News Rural Schools JllKentuckyJB McFerraSfc Louisville Illiteracy In Kentucky the Real Status of the Question M OSulll van Shelbyvllle Sentinel CLEARING HOUSE CHANGE LexlngtonJohnMDe11 for 15 years secretary and manager of the Lexington Clearing House association resigned and will make his home in the future at Tavares Pta GeorgeS Weeks of the Second National bank nucceeds Mr Bell and Younger Alex ander of the Third National bank has been chosen president of the assocla tion DAMAGES FOR HER HAIR Frankfort For losing her scalp containing A wealth of beautiful hair Miss Edna Way Pitts a pretty factory girl of Louisville will get JGGOO dam ages The court of apeals affirmed the Judgment of the Jefferson circuit court In the case of the NelsonBethel Clothing Co against Miss Pitts With foresight attorneys for Miss Pitts com promised with the attorneys for the clothing company for 6500 a few hours before the opinion was handed down Frankfort After a conference between representatives of the boa of control of the state charitable instltr tlons and tho board of prison comV sloners chairman of the tfcontrol stated that hewr the superintendents Qt lv have leather cuffs pt of the criminBVJp opting thorn ilum7 I i r e J if cF i fiJ r QUi I 1 tE Itl NEWS GA1 3 ALL f PARIS 1UCKY + +++++t ++++W + + APPELLATE HURT Changes Occur In Personnel For Next Term Frankfort Christmas vacation will bo taken by the Judges pf the court of appeals after their regular session The new court will bb organized at the beginning of the January term January 2 at which time J P Hob son of EHzabethf own will become the chief justice and Shackelford Miller Louisville J T Nunn MaddspnVllle W E Settle Bowling Green and John Losslng Newport will be sworn in as members of the appellate bench for eight years The oath will be admin istered by Chief Justice Hobson Judge Shactelford Miller is the new member ol the bench Chief Justice Barker rearing to become the chief executive of the State university The docket for the January term la completed The last day for filing all peals for tIe April term has been fixed March 21 1911 when the judges will take their spring vacation PROMINRNT KENTUCKIAN DEAD Frankfort Chief Justice Gavon D Burgess of the Missouri supreme court Ifl dead at Excelsior Springs Mo of Acute pneumonia of only a few days uraUon Judge Burgess was born In Mason county Kentucky His first wife was Miss Cordelia Trimble of Flemingsburg Ky niece of Federal Chief Justice John Marshall She died two years ago WILL ARRANGE CONFERENCE FrankfortA meeting of the execu tlve committee of the Kentucky Edu cational association w1Ubeheddt the office of the superintendent of pub lic Instruction hero Friday Dec 30 to arrange for the next conference of the association to be held at Owensboro in June 1911 Paris MJdshipman Ernest Barber who won the first prize for marksman ship at the Annapolis Naval acad emy breaking nfl previous records at that instltutipr Isa native of Bath county and was reared near Owlnga vlle5FrankfortBank over Kentucky are writing to Dr Ben L Bruner see rotary cf state expressing approval of the work now belpg done by the state bank examiners Ihe bthikers say the cUu up they are pleased with the examiners FIVEDQLLAR FEE jkwarded to Former Dayton XKy Woman By Court Frankfort Cora Maud Nance for merly of Dayton Ky will receive 5 at the direction of Chief Justice Darker of the court of appeals for win rung her case against the Patterson Building Co of Newport Although not an attorney nor having secured L license ta practice law Judge Bar her held that under the law She was the successful attorney to a suit In tho court and Is therefore entitled to a fee of 5 which is taxed as cost and paid by the loser In every case The winning lawyer Is entitled to a fee of ff In each case Miss Nance Is the only woman ever to appear in the ap tellate court to argue a case EXEMPT SCHOOL DEB- TFrankfortTe Kentucky court of appeals decided that the proposed bond issue of 100000 for street Im provements Is valid as the debt of the debt of the Newport board of educa tion can not be counted as partof the aggregate bonded debt of the city proper If the school debt had been counted as part of the citys debt it would have carried the total debt beyond the constitutional limit and the proposed bond Issue would have been nvalld RIGHTS OF BANKS Frankfort Reversing the Judgment of the Whltley circuit court the court o1 appe ls held in the case of the Ccnrbin Ballsing Co against J H Mit c ellandothers that the secretary of stale has the authority to direct the trUstIthe stockholders to get sufficient mon ey to repair the impaired condition of the capital stock CORN GROWERS ASSOf Y T ION First Annual Show W Lexington ja Lexington Tb Growers assocla1 first annual fAgriculture nary 3 7 jVho pr produce grao coZi b ia f sv- f VVV rS r t tJ W j jr7 A e I 19 fItf tCkilIifit i t fIvtI W 4 f r It ATTENDED PATIENT FrflSTy1 r RokportDr JADIiff washot 11 1and dangerously injured while on his way to visit a patIent who had beenv Injured In an Explosion He was Vriding along a county road when a p hunter fired at birds A heavy over coat worn by the doctor stopped the force of the shot and saved his life While bleeding freely the physician 4 rushed to the side of his pationtand lJAdressed his before he himaell Y received attention J WATER FOR REFORM SCHOOL f FrankfortAt a meeting of the prison commission a contract was let with the Lexington Water Co to pipe water to the reform school There was 13000 appropriated for the work by the lefy legislature which coveri halt We naense 1 l THREfevACQUITTED eJpPartsln f wealth vs Hacker Coubs Jon r vldson and Jase Deatdn oarge the murder of John Abner Rf von August 22 1310 aft 1l ftwo hours the jury re fr tdlvt of not jBuIlty vl ir MISTAKEN FOR EN MVtij GllisgowCla7 Wilson farmer shot J and fatally wounded EIzy BneedII6 yearold son of anelghbor The Sxeed 1 jboy threw a rock on Wllsbna bousej t and Wilson thinking It was a rnana with whom he had trouble 1il before fired on the boy 1 itRockportWillis Gilistrap a traveling man aft cldentally shot and instantly killed himself while out hunting GjllstrapA chased a rabbit into its burrow and t trIed to rout It Xrom Itsplaec of con cealment with his shotgunO dubtthe barrel pointing at his bre86c f GOV WILSON TO SPEAK tr JtHis Utterances Will Be Awaited WjtK Some Interest iLexington Hon Woodrow Vllson former president of Princeton unlverj5 elty and now governorelect of NejfvS Jersey has accepted an Invitation to deliver the annual address betorothe Kentucky Bar association at its meetx1Ing In this city on July 12 e 4 Y1The delivery of this address by Dr Wilson will make the meeting of the t j Kentucky Bar association anevoat ofAt national interest not only on account tLof the high standing of Dr Wilson as V an educator and leader of thoughti r fbut because he will at that tlme have 1 been Governor of New Jersey for t about six months during which time he is expected to institute reforms 0 which will attract national atlentlon i r7i FIGURE HEAD HAS ARRIVED 1 llt p rit FrankfortrGpvernor Willonj r notified that the figure b rrVp1several weeks hadarrlnn Fra ftihposJUpnllgrounds The figure head Is of bron and weighs something ofer twofonf It has been loaned to the 8tateA bv the Government Jj q LETTERS FROM GOVERNORS 1 i Frankfort Twp more governors CrucooT Oklahoma andJlaBB of AWilisonthe courtesies showed them during 1thatr reputation for hospitality and each Jtjwas much pleased with the trip io tthis state i- TO RESUME MINING OPERATIONS i tBarboursvllle The Mt Morgan J Coal Co the largest colliery In WhIt i ley county Is preparing to resunie operations after a shut dorwn fabtone year The plant will be ex sivelv overhauled and a fj nage produced IF A now Whitley couBt r cof the Jewel Jelllco Coal Ce 7 plant will be installed flFARMER1NSTI LeitchfiedThe farmers InsUtute mf days session W RK elected president arid lord vicepresident for year DrJ MrBerrYW delegate to the State Fartote withOut oposlUont CadizA petition sikned bV number of the taxpayeiaf thR ty arid known as the school district has beerf for an election to bevheld trlct for the purposeor r a graded c1molT tatoeachflOl 4 poll be 3 f fJ a i- it i ito cs L i 1 aa 7 tf 4 I i4 2 ft a MkV Z = 7 1 t i 11 tr SYNOPSIS I Archibald Terhune a popular and In dolent young bachelor of London reeelvts news that ho has been made heir to the estato of his Aunt Georgiana with LL an Income of a year on condlUon that lie become engaged to be married I 1t within ten day Palling to do so the l Iccncy will gO to a third couktn In AmerkIi The story opens atwhere Lord Vincent and hU wrrelllendsor Terhune are dtscusslnc flnnllto find him awtf wIthIn the prep It h eemsjthit Lady VlncenvX one of seven s I Ilnll AgnthajIi close girlhood v tto Shu decides two of them Bittle and Siva Archie there aj- iMtarq Sixth strikes ihanfinalnted beauty Ajratha 4 LadySI f cares for Archie He grain r1 2 Sixth the admission that l I tOT him but will require a j I fully to make up her mind t iAnexlected by Terhuno re 4 ntlo b from Leslie Freer Four- Kthe C10u3 time have passed it1TerhunobRlled tp Lonton on t esg ott the plea or 4 S8 eXCUllS herself from a motor lannell by hu VtncentL Later they I Iy atha Firs picking flowers wIth aI r r e mon The Vlncent8 dlculI8 as seoming duplicity The follow t the pirvistta the ruins or an IUent TerHune continues his at- Agatha Sixth Then suddenly t rlra hIs attentions to Agatha F 1 jncntlcOre3 him for his appar- A f Nt Tbt last bvening ot litled in which to become enraged 7 fhe foLlowing day Solicitor Burns q 4ve from London and the VIn I e anxious to consummate the en oh Vincent discovers Agatha Vr itnOv a man with his arm around 0 platlncent decides that the man I 4 be next morning Ter s Land ARfttha First are very friendly 5 e the breakfast table hl1e Altatha h IPem somewhat displeased Bolici t aIlurtui arrives The Vincents are t an Interview of Vincent and 4a his wife the latter crIes In desperation over 1h4 1IuullllJ condlUon of affairs Solicitor The VincentsS I are anxious Will Xerhune report on af flanctd or a free many Terhuno tellS djf lxrd Vincent that he proposed to Agatha Sixth and that she had to marry Mm TorUunft declares that If ho cannot e P Y have the woman of hs choice that he will acrllCe hIs aunts fortune An auto q inobllA artiveau Brancepeth a JS unJrrnan who resembles Tertune steps r out of the machlno He has beenln love ingp jnlnuten of the time that Terhune has for 4 VincentOviccept him Solicitor Barnes 1s notified performeSf CHAPTER Xlll Contlnued 1 h j He had at first it appeared called S jopon Agatha Endlcott when she was taytng at Chl1tern bouso and courted I f jlfef openly but on bearlngof the Ski is 1 plIE compllcatloni hlltern who hated I t tlteI056lbllltiotbelngdrngged into a family row as much as he disliked to s besponsIble for offending his power- t b friend and ally had objected vehem 1 had forbidden a continuancep IrViBtlmacy at lea t for as long bIii7hls power to demand ooe NThat fc while the girl was aJ V Mr hls roof which decree Brancepeth to cease his at rarily when our invite d UflOL out ouseprl clfully refeoxei the other prin 4 lhls romftucetp Wyckhoff cant ichaBgeotsceneV which whIle It did nVtutterly rempve her from the jyk J ot damratnce a chance visit part of either her former or ijifpEStt hbsteeB to either mansion kt raiTealalli rstlll afforded her a f better op ertaalty to see her lover y A tateOCJatJlIf8hldr natural- to a Wye isy wife make the trip to Chiltern I tlo bolee where eke tearp4 mutual revela aught be madowh1th must neces IlyanceC5d I 1 splteot and Il8tYChIlI j j ttimV expressed jylsh It was also I 64e plate to us that Agatha Firsts J4evotion It Terhune sprang from two iesrceL it was assumed part1TtC j row Mrs Camera off the cent esahouId mako any attempt to a OutWhethprBTBflCePOthWer still zW i pitIuI Ws atteiBUoni In case of ii i i1N1 oaesUeDsSBhe wlsaad my rel f q ILV ietoay with truth that her t 6 Has iBteested lnBome one t 1 t4e else cnclngto iielael J 4 ad elsa Indulged In r Mh ihe admitted I t4 I V ifig laugh iulteaaIt jIoverpartlybcusefI Jw h p r dVafoBdaeH for the t 6 ted thl sbaftbyMcl4 i Ttilkto him be2i e4 athe1es 1 lloiIt iz i t Ra3thereforallO J f t t aver though she e i Ajr fJlIwlI Ie Terliunes t societfoi bcI r3rr r jstLthougktcould be tf rr ore1r lie had t v ISMU away that time 2iaIveIyoo3dcdtme fdifr was T ttJ l t jf i To gel young Murray I u r 1 rflsaed his part of the Iilt 11 ft I 1lb Ktvlag our r JJ t ovai that squire or- t It 2rjtwMshe mar 7ji drtng t f 1 4 t meput t rnt1 z htt14r J 4eItpyj L Ir o i C I i I Y tti ir 1 tI jtjCi f i JII5J t J dlalls rt io h 1 jrci f i1 t 0 l Ifrt fa 1 foJ It tti It 1 CitI I J t Jtl 71 j 4 4 j IC tV r1J tct ItIgt J ii 4re wi ri 1t Toor u 4 J r f lO Iret o i 4p I ct i fl 60 ili 7 1 r it 1 r J lt eJ J p ijea1sL alt0 1 1 f 5 1rAI t 1 4 f lT JIr I r iti r 3 t I Il J r if LP nlI f Jilor a aS1 h If tJrPt I JPict it i i iVb i J I hi rw f t t toti J 1 i itur 1 i V 41 C e4p i l Far a4 ti i t JrV I1lc t floC4 tIJOirtJ p 1 S f J j to lIof 1 Ir 1 t til11 tj J I fli1 tliI I f Ji 1IJ1JV J s = 1 f7 Jq4 f frcr i d t t s f t 1r JpLCf lf r t h 4I1 l tI S 1d l 1 t tjir ilJlirJ 1Sdzt1 t fJi a 1l t tj t i1 fl l iftiJ I tt if1 i t to F e t iPr ar IJii 1 ifI o l Y t tF L I 1 i tIt r it 1 il rZ thr rL tI next county had aj in our mdst unheralded even bj noise of their motor car which de itself plain ly audible as it not its way slow ly to our garage so tfn had wo been upon the telling of tatha Firsts and Brancepetha tale Friends sald Jhlltern In the wear- Ied bored tones thi t have become ha bitual to hint as chairman of Innumera ble political meetings wo have come to tell you We feI it our duty to tell you put in Agatha Fourth That you are undertaking a great responsibility In allowing our former guest Miss Endicott to receive tho at tenUous ofr There he stopped short for he seemed to perceive Jor tho first time Brancepeth and Agatha First seated tranquilly side by side at the table But in spite of this damper he struggled bravely on with what ho had evidently come with his mind made up to say By this time we Dearest and I had gotten an inkling of what that was He had come we could see to warn us against encouraging tho affair be tween Brancepeth and Agatha First the report having at last reached him In some way or other that It was be ing carried on more furiously than ever under our protection but we had no doubt however that aside from his personal interest in putting a stop to the thing tho man was convinced that he was acting forD ancepeths Interests as well In interfering since It had been true enough that the lad was so placed that he could not well afford to offend his uncle Chlltern is a fine fellow all right but hes a good deal older than I am and a conservative In private life as well as public But in spite of his tendency to preach and an obnoxious habit of expecting everyone to too the mark as rigorously as ha does himself I rather like the old cock IfJf Agatha n1ITborough every election And then as another excuse for what might otherwise seem his uncalled for interfer ace in this affair I rather think he fancied he was doing Dearest and myself a kindness in informing us of the true inwardness of the situation that we might at least be able to act with our eyes open That he meant well I felt no doubt- Nevertheless I could see that the part of informant was distasteful to his wife who tn all probability had been the means of delaying execution of Utatdubsolimg These things having become clear to us we also perceived that the Hon Cecil Chlltern could not possibly be aware bfthat mornings events the elopemeat ct Miss Simplln and conee Carat ancUpB of Brancepeths uncle- uponhIs marriage with Agatha First So irlthcmevolce and mind we un dertbok to enlighten him Branceputh and Miss Endicott having grasped the object of hUivisit on the moment this arrival rrI feel it my duty ChlJrn began again then paused have difficulty in proceeding with all our astonished tidlngfuleyes upon him but urtherjworry Have come boy You Jcdohel added young Murray cor And It was a rippln hot day 1 not to be begulle duty he reiterated 5 would have none 1 r l Aj urged Brance 1 tIteI1Jou1 LZ Miss End iI I morning JF t us his f Andat f o hflthin L j 1 i I 4 1i t a i if r J4 Jp tZ i 7 t A v I t I t e 4 4 fv t i J 1 tC Jtt 5 t P fJg 0Jf q 1 f j J uefaCoy or of duty was 5a But upon my ell Mrs Chiltern and s to Persuade Miss JondL upIongAIves But she was very headstrong very Indeed And he shook his head whimsically at his late guest and smiled She smiled back at him And you see It didnt do any harm mybeingworked out tor the best Rather remarked Brancepeth ard ently and throw her a glance that made her fine color rise For myself I never felt more bril lien and Brancepcth vied with me In getting up wouldbe humorous telegrams first to Terhunes Aunt Georgy apprisingthemmonial prospects of himself and Arch Its a pity they cant be here to share In the Joy which has been the direct result of their handiwork said young Murray to whom and to his fiancee wo had confided the sentlmen tal situation between Terhuno and Agatha Sixth IIt1eparticular soiree as good as the third act of a well balanced comedy whore all the characters appear at once and compose tbemselvep into statuesque groups about the stage Yes ho agreed but if were goIng to have all the characters In our play appear we ought really to have Inrlteq Mrs Armlstead and the three othaj Agathas with their American husbands for luncheon to make it quite COm- plete cnthirstasUcafl1lAnd we laughed delightedly I was so elated over everything In general and the outcome of Dearests and my matchmaking schemes in particular that I was amused at anything at alt But If Murray and I were hilarious you should have seen those girls Their consciences seemed to be worry ing them for s inio reason for even halt minute thtyd get up and embrace each other and ask each other to fot give them it It wasnt Agatha Firsf who was falling on Agatha Fourth t Sixth neck it was Dearest who was fallbla on Agatha Firsts neck somsthoughtheyd all three get up and clinch M Ught I couldnt for the Ute of me unsaid which was my own wife We couldnt got anywhere at all vtti the meal and Brancepeth and I betas to feet quite left out they kept It us so But when we attempted to fall eui the necks of Solicitor Barnes and old ChilLers respectively just by way ei getting into the game we were rud iy and I may say almost violently repulsed so that we were unable to fi4 out what the fun was in that sort t thing at all It was only when ye had quIetS down somewhat the rlaamdDraaoe peth and myself that Solicitor BatttM who had heretofore been giving kfa undivided attenUon to his luncheon condescended to speak Where are Mr Teraune ndhlsg Ji er fiancee if t mAy ask he mtUL One would have supposed that MJ clients nephew MrahMr Te hune woujd have had more curiosity as to the sexact value of the property to which he has only just beeoB heir I suppose theyre still standing oil the stairs just where wo left tbiz5- said my wife ecstatically Tbt dearsNot a very confortab1eplaco make love in I say comment ed the solicitor dryly he was a bacao lor himself But I presume they hare ly realize where they are poor thlnw And his thin lips parted slightly la a smile of infinite pity But nobody else at the table seemud at all to comprehend his sarcasm Quietly unobtrusively my wife and exchanged glances and irritatingly enough Brancepeth and Agatha First and even the Impassive Chlltern and Agatha Fourth did the same We none pi1 us saw anything at all queer or out of the ordinary in the conduct A Agatha Sixth and Terhune You see wed been there oqrselves l d as a needle to its magnet so fU ndsot Dearest and myself saws tcornered at the table s4e V ldar the cover And Iii tI V Vat remnant of the W events of the pact Vke between ui fa I lost mystl j ay eysr I H 1 JI1 zsc A V fcE fr a tt k HOLIDAY ACTIVITY Retail Trade Is Good Santa Claus Is Comfortably Well Off While Wholesale Selling Is Some what Restricted New YorkR G Dun Cos Weekly Revlon of Trade said Retail holiday trade is brisk but conservatism prevails In wholesale transactions buyers purchasing for Immediate needs but displaying can lion about accumulating stocks for fu lure demands Supplies In the hands of distributer are therefore generally light and this fact together with the absence of speculative purchases affords ground for anticipating an ex pansion in demand In the very near future Outlook for 1911 There Is a wide difference of opin ion as to the business outlook for 1911 nod this produces some hesitation while the end of the year Is usually a period of slowing down and taking stock Iron and Steel In Iron and steel there are no indi cations that any significant change Is Imminent Ran requirements of the New York Central system for 1011 were estimated as being 105000 tons a larger figure than expected but some questions of specifications are Involved as In the case of the Penn sylvania contracts Inquiries for roll ing stock arc not numerous Structural steel makes the most encour aging showing In volume of new bust ness received yet the margin of prom IP small because of the prevailing low prices on fabricating material Silk and Cotton It Is tho height of the buying sea son in retail dry goods market and the quiet obtaining in jobbing market is seasonablo and due n part to inventory time Primary cotton goods tinkers are quiet nnd eynn dull on staples trio lack of response to the government cotton estimate being a keen disappointment Yarns an lethargic and cotton yarn mills are disposed to limit production closely Knitters are buying more woolen and worsted yarns There has boon some Improvement in dress goods for spring end fall lilies promise to bo more at tractive than usual The silk mills era firmer In their demands for higher priced Boots and Shoes Trade in boots and shoes Is still far from active the present time usual ly being a quiet period owing to the fact that most of the traveling salesmen are coming homo for the holidays Prices are rather easy on the low grades but the price question is not a disturbing factor- liradetreots weekly report said Business failures in the JInited States for lht week ending fl ember i4 st t 7 1rji 3In the liUe week of 1903 il1 in 1908 zoo in 1907 and 227 In 1fO61 Failures in Canada for the week number 32 which compares with 32 last week and 33 in the llko week bt last year Grain Exports Wheat including jllour erpaf from the United States and Canada for tho week ending Decem r aggregate 2893597 bushels against 3 498548 last week and 3815258 this week last year For the 24 weeks ending December 15 exports are fiC120i87 bushels against 80270703 In the corresponding period last year Corn exports for tho week are 482936 bush ole against 161015 last week and 1078035 In 120P For the 24 weeks ending December 15 corn exports are S856000 bushels against 669444S last year I THE MARKETS I Cincinnati Grain Market FlourWInter 420a45G do family 3lOai30low grade 240a SCO spring patent 550a5fi5 do fancy 475a510 WheatNo 2 red 97ca f No3 red 92s96 No 4 81a89c Corn No 2 white 47a47c No 3 white 46a47c No 2 yellow 48a 48c No 3 yellow 4748e No 2 mixed 47a47Hc No3 mixed 46ya41c OatsNo 2 white 36a36c standard white 35a36cc No2 mixed 33JSa34c Cincinnati Live Stock CattJoShtlJpers460S6S butcher steers extra 57Ca6 good to choice 450a540 helfero extra J510a525 good to choice 435a5 cows extra 460a475 good to choice 54a450 canners 225a350 BullsBologna J375a435 extra 440a450 Caves Extra 850 fair to good 7a825 comnvon and large 350a7 Hogs Gobd tcholcQ packers and buiclien- 7S5a790 mixed packers 7P75a783c common to choice heavy fat sows 575a750 pigs 110 lbs and less J57E a790 Sheep Extra 375 good to choice J325a65 LambsExtra 6 yearlings 375i475 Cincinnati Miscellaneous Poultry Hone lOc Ib spring chick ens lOc Ib ducks 13c turkeys 18cgeeso SalOc Butter Cream ery extra 32cr firsts 31c fancy dairy 22c EggsPrime firsts 34c firsts 32c Apples Fancy 5a550 a bbl choice 450 a bbl Carrots N O 40a50c dozen EggplantsHome grown 3a350 a crate Grapes Tokay 175a2 Malaga 550a7 a keg OnionsYellow 9Ia95 white Jlal23 per bu Pineapples J450a5 a crate Potatoes Northern Ohio 45a 50c a bu Michigan and homegrown 48a52c a bu sweet t N 335a350 a bbl TurnlpssCkJOc a bbl Walsh a Very Sick Man Leareawprth Kan The irdonof John R Walsh exbanker of Chicago is up for consideration before the do Tartment of justice Major II W McClaughrey warden of tho federal penitentiary says Wolsh is In such a condition that he may die at any minute Again he may live half a dos en ars1 p Fire Loss 125000 LFlre destroyed tha grin less buildings here rite OO0partazrId fr JJ q l 1 fl a f X j p 9 51 IS I t LIhT1 KENTUCKY STATE NEWS TRAINING SCHOOL To Furnish Recruits For the Army Proposed For Ft Thomas Lexington Bishop Lewis W Burton of the Episcopal church of this city while Interested in tho proposal to establish a military training school at Ft Thomas is not the author of the plan In so far as I know the plan is original with Capt M M Maxon a recruiting officer for the United States army Bishop Burton is quoted as saying Recently I received from Capt Maxon a letter in which he said that ho had had in mind for a number of years such a plan and that he had been biding his time for its pro sentationI that much good might come of tho establishment of a school that would be to tho United States army what the training ships are to tho United States navy Tho location would be ideal for such a school TO MEET IN LONDON Educational Association of Eleventh District Largest In State Somerset Tho first annual meet ing of the Eleventh Congressional Die trlct Educational association will be held at London next fall The association comprises the 19 counties of the district and Is probably the larg est in the state A very elaborate program has been arranged for the meeting and the session promises to be of great interest and benefit to the district Superintendent W J Barnes of this county will represent Pulaski county the largest county In the district SHORTEST ON RECORD Paris The last term of tho Robertson circuit court will go on record as being the shortest regular term of any court ever held In Kentucky Court convened the grand Jury was called instructed went to work the docket was called petit Jurjr Impaneled case of Commonwealth vs Ed Cooper charged with perJur tried the jury disagreeing the grand jury reported and the session of oourtwaa adjourned all of these proceedings In 24 hours Paris Attorneys for W H1 Lupas convicted and sentenced for two yeara In tho penitentiary for the killing of William Sagesrar In this city some months ago have been notified that the court of appeals has granted a now trial on an error by the trial court in its instructions to the jury Paris Tfie commonwealth ed- t l kitjg1iMBtlmo nre4tii Itt murder eases and upon motion of Commonwealths Attorney Franklin Thomas Davidson was freed on the grounds of Insufficient evdetkce Hacker Combs and John Davidwni took tile stand in their own behalf kid testified that at the time John Abner 1SklUed they were nearly 700 feet from the scene of the tragedy I SELECTIONS MADE Louisvilles Board of Educations New Heads of Departments LouisvilleMetnberseiectof Lou mlles board of education finished their taskof selecting the executive heads of the four departments under their jurisdiction Henry B Manly was appointed to succeed Charles C Martin as seCre- tary and treasurer at A salary of 24001Samuel business director and his salary fixed at 3000 per annum BANKERS DICUSS PROTECTION Louisville Kentucky bankers have declared against forgers andsW1n dlers and in a meeting here adopted a resolution providing for a scale of rewards for the pursuit capture aofl prosecution of persons swindling or attempting to swindle a bank In the commonwealth A change in the bank burglary bonding companies carrying this class of insurance was also discussed but was held over until the next meeting so that data affecting bonding rates could be secured in the meantime Whltesburg Burnt Coof Big Stone Gap Va been awarded the con tract on a fivemile extension of the Roaring Fork branch of the Interstate railroad a coal carrier beyond the coaljgun at once Vast mining Interests will be opened at the completion of the extension FrankfortCapt Lester C Franks of the Owensboro NaUonalfriIardnot permit of him giving as much performance WlnchesterDr I A Shirley formerly president of tho Kentucky Medi dieIteen counties He will assume tile du ties of the position January Taylorsvllle A company line been orgu1Ecd here to ullda canning fac tory Eighty per cent of tho required capital was subscribed In one day and the remaining stock will be taken im meditely The company to operate a broom factor in connection with the canner- yLoulvilleThe Louisville Bat fan tory where most of the bats used by league ball players have been made was destroyed by ftroAudaU the models from which aiemadethe bau of individual staIvere burned I j F A V t t ot GAME NOT WORTH THE CANDLE Requisition Writ Refused Because of Coat to State Greenville County Attorney T O Jones made application to Gov Will son for a requisition on the governor of Kansas for Claud McPherson who is wanted here to answer an Indictment for a felony the charge being that he uttered a forged check for 58 at Dunmore McPherson is in the federal prison at Leavenworth Kan where he has been doing time for desertion from tho rmGov Willson refused the applcation and gave the following reason- I will not subject the state to a Kansas requisition costing probably 150 for a 58 forgery If the state is indemnified against expense I will consider the application ELEVENTH DISTRICT ELATED Population Increase In Mountain Counties Matter of Satisfactio- nSoiorseLThe people of the Elev Icnth congressional district with its nineteen mountain counties are elated over the excellent showing made in the increase of population during the past ten years While a number of the Blue Grass counties with all their school church social and educational facilities have lost considerably in the past decade only one county in the eleventh district shows a loss and that ia Wayne which has lost about 200 Tho aggregate gain in the nine teen counties In the district approximates 50000 This is tho only real mountain con gressional district in the state it be- Ing the only one in which there Is not a county outside of the mountain chain The largest gain was in Bell county and the next in Whitney with Pulaski third The gain in Pulaski is 4693 In this county this Is especially surprising for there has been a large exodus during i9 past fivo years from this county to the western states and it was hardly expected that Pulaski would hold her own now having 35956 the largest in the district and also the largest in tho state with the exception of counties with cities like Covlngton Louisville and Lexington The progress in a commercial way has also kept pace with the increase In population and today the eleventh district holds the record of commer cial development in all probability over any district in the state and it baa not yet fully donned its swaddling clothes The people all over the dis trict are blghly elated over the show tag MILLIOM FOR DEVELOPMENT J NortlierngoalCoke p ration has acquired frontoX K Richards of New Yorka tract of 5000 acres of coking lands in the Boones Fork section of the county at a consideration said to be unusual ly largeIt the purpose of the company to begin developments immediately upon the completion of tho Lexington and Eastern railroad now beg constructed Millions of dollars will be expended in developments- ElizabothtownLElizabethtown will have a eafe and sane Christmas ac- cordIng to the edict which has gone forth from the mayor and council which is to the effect that no fireworks or explosives of any kind will be allowed on the streets during the holidays An ordinance to this effect was recently passe- dBarbourvilleA crude hand scythe imbedded in the limb ota dead walnut tree cut down here Is atracting much attention being doubtless a relic of the first entrance of white men into Kentucky The scythe was fa one of the topmost limbs of tho tree which had been dead for many years and had evidently been hung across the branch when the tree was a sapling Glasgow The report of the county assessor filed with the county court clerk shows the taxable property of this county to be 6100430 against 1062046 last fear br an increase of 437784 in one year It is believed that on this increase a reduction of taxes will be made estimated at about 10 per cent Tompkinsville The Monroe County Farmers institute held a two days session Frank G Odell of Lincoln Neb was the instructor The sessions were very largely attended and great interest was taken in the workF M White was elected president and S T Stephens secretary for the ensuing year Mt Sterling W C Terhune of Harrodsburg assistant state fire marshal made a thorough investigation of the fire at Robertsons tobacco ware house After careful Inspection Mr Terhune declares that there waa noth ing to indicate incendiarism and stated that he would report to the state au thorities the fire was the result of acci cent or carelessness Mt Vernon Jake Reams 35 was killed at Dudley when his clothing became entangled in tho shafting at a brick plan- tFalmouthHomer Arnold was ac cidentally killed near his tome He and a friend had been hunting and upon nearing the house for some reason began to exchange guns The gun Arnold was taking was cocked and the hmmer went downand the full load entered his body Watorview Mrs Mary Bryant an octbgenarian fell from a barnloft while feeding hay to her horses and broke one of her legs She is in a precarious condition on account of her advanced age k AX t INJURED BY DYNAMITE Rockport John Hofton farmer Ills wife and two children were dangerously injured by the explosion ot am old dynamite cap which had been left near the fanners home by a railroad contractor The cap had been in the yard for several weeks and the farmer took it in the house and started to cut it in two with an old file It exploded with e terrible force the fragments flying in all directions Hoftons hand was al most torn off while his wife and the s two children were dangerously in jured They will recover PHONOGRAPH USED AT FUNERAL Lexington Phonographic music supplanted the usual singers at the funeral of Mrs Byron McClellan widow of the widely known turfman and one of the wealthiest Women in tho south While dying Mrs McClel r land heard a phonographic record of sacred music by a quartette of noted singers and requested that the machine i be used at her funeral The phonograph furnished the only music at the services PARISH HOUSE ASSURED t LexlngtonHarry B Tllford of New York who came here for the In 3 torment of the body of his sister Mrs J B Chastain heard of the efforts of the Episcopalians in this city to raise a fund for the erection of a parish house He Informed Dean Capers ot Christ Church cathedral that he would give half of the sum of 9300007 for the building when the people ofA i the parish raised the other half The i1oftr building is assuredi BURNED TO DEATH ff s Bracken Ford Dock Carter md 1 his son were burned to a crisp whlle tY ilendeavoring to save the stockiia j t burning barn on the farm of Chancy JJackson The dead men were tenants w on the place The barn was a large frame structure and was filled with ttobacco corn hay and farming imple meats Three valuable mules also perished in the flames fr Kentucky State News OrrvifleA fire destroyed the store IW r of the Rev W H Johnson The loss was entire The insurance will cover t t halt the val uebstore and contents 4 1 s Lexington Ttev Father Martin Dor 1t t5j r laney assistant astrof Staufll1t tchurch here jfaU while skating and 1r dislocated his loft shoulder v vfIanviileT14postoffice iyIlI be4rej 4r rume1 eiwoon t anary is andiebt r ql Ii MaysvillcThe 2500 esldenf1Mike Danahey tpgother with the oa r Gt tents hurncdlwhile he and his family r 1 j were attending afuhErai He adln surance of10QO tMt Sterllng Charles H Bryan photographer died here of uraemjp Jpoisoning He Was a nave of NoW i f York 76 and hac served as a member of the city courcil and as mayor of pr htMt Sterling Lexington E R Bradley8 wean I T ling chestnut filly by St Avohicus out 4 of Miss Ringlets ran into a treejand f i1f her neckiS C Hildreth has kfyarllngbothertoher that is saId to v be a wonder Pound qapTho large general store t of F M Greet Odd Fellows Vand tI r8adjacent buildings were burned with a loss of 15000 Fire originatedvitt the Qreer store from a defective flue fic About onethird of the loss is covered by insurance 4- LexingtonCornmlszioner of Insur talice C VBeIJ as president of the assigned Bank of Kentucltyftledwltk t the county clerk a schedule showing r assets of f24193734 and ikbilltieeot r 124748276 Notes and bills for h09 40344 and overdrafts for 1372129 r iare chief In the count of assets v i Somerset Judge JP GOrdoit ot J4 Madisonville holding s special lterm of the Pulaskl circuit courth straMr I S ferred the damage suit ot R L JHaynes against the N 0JLT fallfoad for 30000 for thekilllng bC A tlrlettsburg 1l ir Louisville Camp No6 Tnlted1 Spanish War Veterans elected the tol lowing officers Commander W Ro Cloud senior vice commariderNlc be nunzio chaplain C B AlIce officer ot the day Albert Stebler officer of i the guard Herman Mayfield surgeon Dr Ellis Duncan adjutant M L Wachtel quartermaster Dr W M Coulson trustees TeL Hayden Hea ry Beau and Dr W M Coulson KILLED IN TENNESSEE ParisHoward EdWards of this city was accidentally shot and killed near Hartsvllle Tenn where he had 4S charge of the shipping department ot the lumber firm In which his father Ossian Edwards was Interested Mt Sterling James R Reed of this city has sold to New York men his fast green pacing mare Fannie J by I Albert J for 1500 The mare has no record but has been a mile In 209V4i tj and will be extensively staked and 1 campaigned next summer i Franklin The Belled Buzzard which for the past Quarter of a cen tury has made its appearance in dif ferent sections was seen in tho Pilot Knob neighborhood The famous bun zard is commonly supposed to be the one belted in the early Sos on the farm in Monroe county 4 j Sergent United States Marshal Tom Holllfleid with possemen of Knott county made a successful raid after moonshiners Six were taken one of them James Maggard who has been a much huntedman Ie I fI SS S 4 Sp t i1H I p WING3VILLE OUTLOOK f PUBLISHED WEEKLYI OWINGSVILLE KYI iii Entered according to Act of Congress at the Owingsville l Ky Postoffice as secondclass matter t 4 4 TUE OuTLooIs subscription rates arc as follows tA One year One Dollar fi Six months Sixty Cents Three months Thirtyfive Cents I 1I I4eV No commissions allowed tob0 dy on subscriptions anyto Subscribers desiring change i of address give previous address when iI Correspondents should always their items to us not later if possible when i- J out of stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper + j News matter of general inter h yCstis welcomed bring it to us r t1tJ without delay if you wish in TtesdctVj t eipays t t p Correspondents must give cnly I news Deaths Long Cia average each Sign your name to communicaI tions or they may go to the waste I basket v d t Advertisers WIS hmg a change I 7 or discontinuance of ad should tofAddress all communications to JOHN W HONAKER Owiugsville r r ICy i c 4 t i THURSDAY DEC 22 1910 ur ghcnLJ 10000000 the income of which is to be used for war i i It is noteonditionedon ah equa 1v J t v aniount being raised otherwise 1 TEDDY made a formal speech I last week but failed to comment p on the late unpleasantness His I t attitude in that respect seems to I t belike the boy that the calf ran over 4 jt CORRESPONDENCE L i x Crane C5v pharlesNortOrihr v ife left to spend Ct mas with Ij th latters parents dngtdn MissEra Havens been thn or55ifli8Lal hest thejatweec MnL Alvira ti sit and so U r n lAther of ICansas ity Mo t t 7VCrO gtestsof theiousifls Tj Burgess K1 and fam ily last week- i Mrs Wm OP ips was in i Flemingsburg Saiui ay sIaJfl PobblojS jI ahvoyearold1orseI I A T Hendrix gave the young folks a dance one night last week Eddie Daugherty came home 0aliad been at work typhoidteyerJ hogS1ittt j Wi Hendrix bought someI j r hogs of M THendrix at 7c I g i Upnar PrlckiyAsh t Mrs Alfred Carter who has been very poorly for some time 4 l i is some better4 ir 1RL Stone and wife visited i B Hamilton and sisters D s Misses Edria and Emma D antrf r trt JCatrard family near Sterling from Tuesday till Thurs latweekr5 wife were call y1s edtothebedsideoft1eirdaul if ter Mrs jartpon Salt Well las t t week is very sick ThosB Hamilton visited his C M grandmother Mrs Fannie Han J it at the home of j zr H A Lyter and wife lt i i Qrooicso+ Sam Lathram shipped three Xcarloads of cattle to Cincinnati 1ft 1 Vedriesday e Buford Dennis and Miss Em J ixma Carpenter were married De fernber 14 by Elder B F Parker l land at his residence dM4 f Forgett gtT t2 1Ji ja Crooks visited his daug h- v Pmef atf f f Satyrday Iitne38 this week f i i Franlc Huggihs and wife ofI Farmers are visiting Dr Will Yf iamsaildvife I21 + f Jas Crockett and Miss Anna E 11 Jickabri elopedifrpiniere to 4 it h t ton Ohio were married sunl 1y ty 1 p A tv t 1pc i 4 fY tttfvI 1i J ce Ii F I i4s 1d Ii fS J t Wyoming Mrs George Six is very pT3orf Will Elliott Darnell and wi of near Shcrburnc visited t family of ohn Darnell l ridiy night and Saturday Mrs I It Conyers las been quite sick the past week Ray Gregory is very sick GeorgiaReevfS young folks Friday night ve Eryhere Friday with a nice treat for the little folks Chas W of pnrenta at Stopstonc was a visitor here from Friday till Monday Okla toHnlchome last week o bfSam Vice bought a cow of Cliff Hendrix for8IeMark Stewart bought a sow and ght pigs of J A Vice for 23 Miss May Vice returned hornlSaturday from a weeks her sister Mrs W B McGre rut Hillsboro and other relatives at Grange City Clarence Ellington wife and Albert Jones and wife of Odessa visited Allen Campbell and wife one night last wccksWill Jones and wife of near Wyoming visited relatives here Sunday Slato Volley We had a thaw Sunday but snow is still on the north sides Ienry Tircher is very poorly Little Jesse Sorrell has been very sick but is better nowhMrs Helissa Snedegar has been d LaughterOwingsville fnthogsElder Carpenter filled his ap SundRobt Bailey will preach here hristmR day We h a fine Sundayschool pVilliarwhile t cing corn in a cutting box i ModrotsFerrvS ntSundaingsbur ElihuFordto look t a location daughterManito her jnts John M Fanning andwh at Logana v Faliewr Walter Peck of Pomeroytonis visiting his sister Mrs Cabert Cassity andbabyfamilySatColfax Mrs Geo Kissick visited her aunt Mrs Alex Maze near the Ore Mines last weekIStonstono arIrivedto es Steele and wife a son J Dan Blevins Jr and wife x urned Monday from Middletown LucyUtterbSam Blevins sold a horse to N J Carpenter for 80 Mrs Jas Carmichael of Paris spent a few days last week with her sister Mrs J H Myers H D Blevins sold two mules to John Blevins for 100 Helne sister Miss Eva and several brothers to mourn their loss He was buried in the Mt Sterling cemetery He was a good Christian and had a host of friends daughterSterling last week Ed Wilson was at Middletown Ohio last week Robert and Rosa Jones B Wi ofOwingsvilleFloyd Ross and wife Oiymom yeHifltheholidaysHenry Fearing of Sweetwater Tenn is at home for Chr tmas ndElizabethSterling Saturday oLcxingtoii+ y h i + ii 1 jJi B l t l1Jatii t 1 i i11 j 0 f fd t it l SSt 1 E 1 i Miss Samantha Bert of lortehcad Normal School is via ing Miss Naomi Clark The young folks stormed Algin Clark and wife Thursday night with a little social- Miss Grace Turner of Ohio visited friends here last week Miss Naomi Clark went to Win Chester Monday to spend Christ mas School will close here Friday with a treat for the pupils Miss thel Swarts is tCtherIdKdaughterh CherEnoch Pcrgrem of Kansas is visiting home folks Stuoos finiThe continued bad weather has een very Hard on stock Mrs Lina Darnell has returned to Flat Creek after a stay ofsev ra weeks hereSIf present conditions continue in Kentucky ten years fronVnow tugof populationsR L Stone and wife of near Owinffsville visited relatives here last weektT N Coons of Bourbon coun ty has been here building some stripping rooms on his farm Ten years ago a large grist and Judydown and the machinery rusted away andWsouth of Slate creek and while iceITogsIMrs Sarepta Steele of Plum ick is here with Misses Edna Emma D Hamilton Ten ycirs ago we had a physi cian wkli all the practice he could a c dallt orstJav Hardman of Clark coun ty ie Sunday to visit J H Gill ie T4 years ago the name of Spr Xld Church was Qn the lips every one Springfield the other of Presbyterianism preachint Su Xjschooljt IheJ ticbtr be singing of the mock inglrra and the occasional caw cawrif the crow f 11isscsico I Visited Thos B and jpii dna and Emma D Ham unday Te y irs ago wo had a black smu a 4 the ring of the anvil coul JIM heard from morning till night today a rapidly decaying buildingMs the only memento left of the good old days Ten years ago our community was bustling itfarmrbarrelwheat at G per bushel tobacco at 5c to 2i pound etc but today is era of prosperity farms and tneir products selling gtenus to wonder what prosperity is anyhow Salt Lick John Ferguson of Forge Hill who went to Dunkirk Ind to returneMondayis d good enough for him tSterlingMrs W J Shouse will take the Kimbrelltot week IW Co shipped a CincinnatilJohn Ferguson has rented and moved into the T F Razor erty in Salt LicksRichard Morris has rented and moved into the Thos Razor prop erty IthereBusiness is picking up here H 0 James is from a severe coldaGeo made some improvements on his drug store soonIfIIcountyS in Kentuckya0 P Shrout ofMoores Ferry went to Mt Sterling Monday Ben Shrout of Ash was here undaySG W isjsome better 9f his illness t v Ijhl fjifI i h FT r r r ii iii 1 J 5S Ir r mahmgrJSalt Mrs J N Marcum and Mrs SterHngIited the latters parents in Cov ington last week grSomeSalt Lick bank last week The bankers revolver and a few oth ci things were taken but no at tempt was made to blow the safe Will Robertson a onelegged ne was arrested on suspicion of ing the thief but was discharg after being questioned by Mr oints the banks cashier and Town Marshal James The sus psctcci negro was arrested inMt Sterling W H Dooley has started a midnight lunch stand Judge E C Kimbrell was in Bit Sterling Tuesday W L Hackney went to Jeffer sonville last week MtImers institutepThe Town Council decided at last regular meeting that oods and notions sold on allI shall cost the sellers per year Mrs Clay James of George own returned home Thursday after a visit to her Mr and Mrs GT KimbrellIDeputy Sheriff Thurday on his way to Yale on business P liaducabDr n Cornelison J T Evans of Mt Sterling is here bird hunting He slipped up a rpartidgehis is no fakedPAY HEED TO ITDonf blame us if THE OUTLOOK ceases coming to you The U S postal law makes certain requirements of publishers with regard to subscriptions If the publisher oesnt observe them his news aper is r fused the privilege of tsubscripionOUTLOOK will cease going to you j througn the mails No other course s open to us We try TO notify subscribers by means of an arrow mark at their address when tljey shouldrenew No mattes other publishers do THE OTLOOK will observe the law tfi SItE t wChie1 Joe Engle m santalkhjir n Peru Indiana about his trjrw i claim against theGoternmij vv I amis will never fall in tothtv MC trap twicehc said in the cultivated tones of a uni vcrsity nan the handsome chief We know from what t cotiful girl who accepted the hand of her milionairecmployerI patting the millionaires scant grey hair I will marry you but I have one request to make- Namqit my love said the d old man Lctme select my successor at thedesk7she repliedm KNEW His MANA 6yearold f TatherNational Monthly The text vanAnd the Lord formed man of the dust of the earth The oministerhad made man out of clay and caught the attention of the littitboy who sat in his seat eyes riveted upon the minister through the whole sermon preparin old went out into the back yardI through which ran a small stream of water He conceived the idea o e Adgan to mold it into human form It was u difficult task for the neck would be crooked the limbs were unshapely and lacked uni ehisdinner He left his unfinished man lying on the edge of the In the meantsme a neighbors boy came walking along the creek and kicked the bit of clay into the stream The 6yearold returned from dinner and was for a time seriously disappointed at the disap pearance of his man But he was much encouraged to see tracks of human foot in the sand leading AhadfSometook him to the county fair He noticed in the crowd an elderly man who was somewhat stoope one limb was shorter than the simnd with seeming curiosity Finally the old man became vexed tat the close scrutiny of the boy and turned and said See here iSaidto know whyyou ran away T fore I got you finished j 1 f rtit xi t v iti i 2 t cli Tiz crewajjS Who said Its jlt IMy wifeweujhfc ClmstniiSb why Im raissag beard t LOGICAL Visitor Well sonny what will you be when you upTommy aged 9A soldier Visitor But you will be in dan gel of getting killed rrisitorTIioITommyThen Ill be the ene Ma is an insurgent patSisters iva Im a Democrat liSar1dyJaney wants to voteLBuster isnt any Busters just a goatoPratt Union THE DIFFICULTY Life aint n thin bu t disappointment groaned the Chronic Grumbler Cheer up urged the Cheer fu l Idiot Didnt ycr git 10 for as fbavinby pillsYes An now all my relatifs are askin me why I dont go to work now tht Im cured TitBits A SURE SIGNWas the aud ience this evening a fashionable o netvery nary peopled3 stylishlyISO they were but they werent yheptwas going on r REAL SOLICITUDE t Husband You are quite comfortable dearWifeYes love HusbandThe cushions areeasy and soft WifeYes darli1 yltsWifeNo sweett1 HusbandAnd is n o draught on my lair there WifeNo my ov own Husband Then change seats with ineIdcas WIlY HE WEPT Many good greatRothschilds don head celebrat his seventieth birthday rccentl One of the most amusing is t of thE po r ar9nLlOneldied ourtweepingbitterly His apparent distress touched porterswhoDont cry on thold man it is not as if you were one of the family Ach dot ish vy I cry ex the man wii a fresh ood of tearsiir ibn Globe COLD WEATHEr tton Lad aye is still fighting tiy in The Battle and ter1f tome tall ones between tv The other day he went into his club shiver jfl tineiIsreost at any rate uni soon well a w yinterhe only thing w iave to I e- hankful for is that jew York is ot as cold as Montana I can recollect one winter while I was jumpingfromrozen on the wayand stuck in he air like a mass of ice- O But man exclaimed one of his interested listeners the law of gravity wouldnt allow that i I know that replied Lock aye gravely but the law of gravity was frozen too KICK NOT WELL DIRECTED Milwaukee man and wife re received a call from an old friend whom they had not seen for a long time Just before the supperins w yhispered ofbeerto go around Dont ask him to have more Very well said her husband who chanced to be thinking of something else at the time Half an hour later the host to t dheinvitation was politely declined but still the host did not desist dozen times the caller was hefirmlyWhen he had departed the wife took her husband to task What n earth made you persist so onlythreeist on his having more bees ore beer more beer Mercy excaimed the ulcfButwasl1ckmg j le 5Myd u hi J tSS ij j 1 f i t SS S5SS 2 wq1T iSQUlTOESincc rip ISiuMptIIflkc f Norwlih Wftft 5S1SiI Colnmhln r Iti lIS1touzIi ll thl IJotiIi tr inLDfl offiIOSIjtlend w t I1SS nUIlu lIt trI4 IIItlulr tkh tlwy wert vt pIng trlIlfl m they walked liy vori pviif iliilr roiuitry tIig out by Ihcso IIIKIII nrrlvwl 1tU1110rlrIlJfJinlit n Kpllri WllftV ilHn nn Imniiiiiltr from them ere luiui ht y would nil IltlIr Quthearly In th morning nfter nippilnpr tlmsc India I Ixsilcd from ly tout nnd found opon piro on rlvnrs sliJe wb could cofmjr ath nut no Kor nnd I d from thp water fonnn f mosquito r nc mo jo what I would uihter then Joz cnn I suffercd Rpvoicly it was on thof tamp tIny filnlns nt n wiiysldp houfce that I fnolr part In einis which ran nprcr forRpf Thpro WCTP twpntyfivp men poliif up to thi mliiPB rood was on the tahlo There was a rraselpss hum In Ihpnpnrtment or It waA Sltprally brown with thou of mosquitoes It was swelierlnjjly hot yit tryman had made himself as impervious Us he rooM Inch man wore hili coat buttoned up strings were fastened round bis cuffs and trousers nlso If tic had not nn top hoots They had gaunt ets on their hands their lints wire on and veils Jianpln down covered fare nd nock A wan would stick his furtaa piece of meat and pop In under Ie veil as quickly ns possible When rInIdn their coffee the men would bold the cup underneath the veil Orst clearing out the bodies of the mosqui toes which possibly had been feeding upon the hairy miner close at band Not n word was uttered during that brief meal for we were beaten down and cowed by the Insects The first words poke were by n miner In push InRnwny his chair from the table Ou this God forsaken countryt- ABSENTMINDED The Dinner to Which Wills the Artist Invited n Friend Mr Wills the artist wits renowned for his abscntmludeduess and the tot owing story says Ilenrlctta Cockran in hoc book Celebrities and I wus told of him by n friend Wills Invited me to dinner one afternoon when I met him In the Strand I accepted reminding III til that as lie was absent minded he had better make n note of the evening As be had no paper la his pocket ho wrote the date on bbc shirt cuff When the Infed evening arriv ed I went to tiullo The door was oi vnel by is hud I could see that he had forgi nil about the upK lut- njent f Ati old f vwbe sm lat not betoo ha ron Iltto the wash nnil the date wi uithere Is it fowl jn the pot boiling here continued JlV WiI1xJl1st come in and watt n fev minutes I nad my mlsjlvlnjsbnt walked inside and tnt the only chair not crowded with paint brushes lId pa ettes After waiting for about twenty minutes feelfhs dencedly hungry I groaned This had its effect lIpIsclSllnujd In a dreamy vijlee The fowl must be boiled by this time and coining forward he lifted the ltd of the pot aid peered Inside It is wry odd htf remarked Jut I cannot see tbe fowl EstraordiunryJ X6 tins has beeubere su the bird cannot bare been stolen Well the long und short of It is that u week or two later called again at time studio noticed a peculiar IIdQra anti discovered the fowl wrapped n piece of paper Ah sufI Wils Now I know how It nil happened When tile fowl wasS brought In there came a smart Lady labout sitting for her por tnilt 1 must have thrown thc fowl behind a canvas and forgotten about It SiIKissing ths Book In England and nil the English speaking countries the kissing of the book before the oath conies from the prattle of touching n halldame or sacred object as the old llamas touched the altar or Harold the casket of relics The form So help me Uod Is inherited from ancient TeutonicScan dinavian law under which the old nortbmcn touching the bloo daubed ring on the altar wore So help me Frey ami NIordb neal the Almighty Godtbnt Is Thor The first mind Inst of these are the two old English gods whose tmnies wo keep up in Friday and TuursaayNew York American Why Womens ftifitcU Are Claanir Of course women should vote he saW Women deserve the suffrage much ns men more itusethelr Ins clcn9erCleanerT young he ha taken In to dinner t course they are ever nod ever 53 cleaner Rut how Because they dOtOU oftener said he In rfSirs Mrntlou Thorcs a fly In Mr Meadow tieinnsh xr- lond No USP iThls bill of 1s r I17i7bbY 4 fl r SS SSSrS5l r 45555S iWf i SS5S r J I t Cofflmiollos 1co T tfrucyversus Notice x jl W E Myers etc Defts The undersigned Master Cpm missionor of the Bath Circuit Court will commence his sittings tf the abovestyled cause i tce in the townpf Owingsville fE Ky on the 15th day of Deccm her 1910 for the purpose of re ceiving claims and accounts against the estate of Owen My ers deceased and will continue January3dAll persons holding claims or ccountilis2rfist the said decedent Jv vMyer3 vill file them before me p perJy proven with inthe time mestioned above or forever be barrel D W DOGGSTT MC B T Al I1mMen who really eabout I thcfr jppcaxanc always select Shield Brand Clothing 1t Styls fit and individuality are all combined to produce that air of diiction which 1 S11f rrsrkstheWeIldre8IedliaaNot o 1 conservative butut nght for men of discrimination j vOocteocworkmanship thebeslfabric the best style ever dJfort trces ucttWe are aw373 io show youSE D Ander- sonFORSALE Wyoming JCy HOUSE and 6JACRE LOT fo SALE Any one wishing to i move to town and expectinfrt6 f f horse and cow and i si l fhogs1ntaJN of the best schodlinf the State of Kentucky Caflfifr iou x JRespectfully vv c Sp r rnMIw J05aYLIGHT yoU1 t i j t y 41 tf t J