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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i ir 21 n ft1 tt I 1 IIII IJ rI J l y L Ii J i f iV I t 1f fIi i I PtL 1 1 In I 1 i J1 11 eji flIflO t3ItLC LULIOOIL r r ri11 1 f I r s L x r a ii pVOL XXX OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY DEC 28 u 1910 Y t1 1 Come and see Slcsscr ladies t suits and cloaks at cost MoundCitypaintswcarlongcstr J t Siesser is selling mens and 4 buys suitsand overcoats at cost Beautiful line of Christmas ties at L D Brothers See show windows 23tf 1 A nice dress pattern makes an f acceptable Christmas gift cheap 4 t at Mrs Estills 22tfI All new colors in Cluett and 4 Monarch shirts for Christmas at if i L D Brothers 23tf Combination box containing tie suspenders25ea 1F Beautiful line of ladies Christ mas scarfs wool and silk 25c to 3 at L D Brothers 23tft iAfteran alldays rain Friday t the weather clerk again blanket ed the earth with snow that night 0l1 t A big reduction on childrens I psboys caps from 10s to tOe 1 girls caps 40cto 90c at Mrs D S Estills 22tf The two High School literary I 0s societies cleared about 25 on F their two entertainments Thurs day and Friday nights c Get your Christmas presents y from Mrs Estill such as parasolsa 1 kid gloves handbags cuff but 4 7 JSfrms and brooches 22 t 4 TIYkeyto a cannel coal on wIiI ourgJfnntee For grates stoves superiorI25 32 Lexington Ky T SIGN YOUR NAIEItis the 1niv rSalrule in neWpaperoffice pay no attention to communica tions to which the writers name j1 is not signed tf j4 Jackson Estill sold to differ ent purchasers last week three pairs of work mules at 320 330 t and 360 and a harness horse for 1 lof 150 i SMALL PROFITS FOR CASH 1 M With small profit and evolo l vo JvP4 c w1o il your grocerybI1ITryme under 1 the new system BYRONiTICEThe stockholders of Tthe Bethel Bank Bethel Ky a are requested to meet at the bank I L JanjIarry19PitO1i I 5LsI sUing ltJP BALLINGER Cashier irjjW r 1AfOCKSALESJQhfl Dyfe of icarReynoldsvillesold to Hughes 9 I Atkinson of Ewington a pair of r I mttes 525 to another party 1 a of mules for 325 and one 1 Irnulejor S18250 to Mrs Alice Cbrbjj yearling steers 3WqE JNO D YOUNG DEAD u4 ge John Di Young died at Mt atr ageheburied Tuesday Judge Young was the last sur vivor of the children of his fath i er Thos J Young A more extended notice next t week 1y CORRESPONDENTS WANTED i THE OUTLOOK would like to have r a correspondent at the following places that would send in the- nI fit ws with reasonable regularity k and leave out mere visits inside i the county Sharpsburg t4J Upper Flat Crel4 Bethel qj Sherburne CXRPENTERMCCAUGHEY I Jesse Carpenter andMissRuth 7 fas yie McCaughey were to be i married at the home of the bride Dee 28 The bride is the only child of Mr and Mrs Hugh McCaughey of near Kempton Ill The fath- erI is a wealthy farmer h Mr Carpenterisa son of New upwv per mn of mdustry stQidy habits V arid Jfine character NOTICE NO 3 AND THE LAST j ONEI have sold my interest in groceriestomypartnerr i y i you have had previous notice r 4at and I must have settlement of- youraccount1 I mean business t I trust yoq will call at once and make a settlement and you will greatly oblige me 4rtf Sup THOMPSON partnerIl settle your account anU try me f qunder the new cash system just 4 F adopted as by a concentration 9f t force and reduction 4profits I expectto make itto your to spend cash with r ike R CLYDE BYRON ij4t 1 tU iA bwrp r 1r5 S L i f v a PERSONAL joIn Scott and wife of Mt Sterling visited friends here the past weekVRev W B Hall went to spehd the holidays at his old home in Bourbon county Shanklin Piper and wife of Carlisle arc guests of Mr and Mrs T S Shrout Elder G W Mills went to Hod gensville last week to solemnize the marriage of his niece Mrs Dick Weedon end son Hit of Mt Sterling are visiting her mother Mrs S J Ratliff Hurst Gee of Grayson joined his wife and baby here Saturday afternoon and all returned home TuesdayS Pinney wife and children of Mt Sterling were guests of Major and Mrs J M Brother the past week Emil Peters wife and John B Peters of Georgetovncame Sun day to visit their parents Thos J Peters and wife Mrs T M Perry went Thurs day to spend the holidays with her parents Thomas McClintock and wife of Millersburg Roscoe Carmichael and wife of Bourbon county were guests of the latters parents Geo Car ter and wife the past week Rev John E Moss and wife of Woodlawn came last week on a visit to the latters parents Judge John A Daugherty and wife George Steele and family re turned last week from Sedan Olla to visit relatives on Salt Well and probably to make their home V Misses Oddie L Power Annie Bailey Helen Jacks n and Eva McKinivan went the pat week to attend a house J rtygiven by Mrs H O Irwin t Ashland Dr W 0 Phillijvsvho is sales man for a chemical company is spending the holidays with his mother at Dr Phil taltVJlliW L Killpattick wife and sons Lewis and Claude Claude Paxton wife and Mn Bartlett of Mt Sterling were guests of W H Daugherty and family the past week Otfiss LeThe Lee Harris came home from the Midway Orphan School to spend Christmas with her Eliza Harris but on account of poor health will not return to school VSerency Estill of Walthill Ne came Sunday night to join his wife on a visit to their son Robert S and daughter Mrs R Clyde Byron and other relatives It is his first visit since he left ten years ago He is looking remarkably well J Thomas Swetnam of Petersburg 111 came in last week on a visit to his brother John Swet nam of White Oak sister Mrs Ann Arnold of this town and other relatives It is his first vis it here in sixteen years He was accompanied by his nephew Odd Swetnam who had been in Kanj sas arid Missouri over a year OLD OWINGSVILLE BoysJ- M Leach of Judy was in to see us Tuesday He had just returned from a twoweeks visit at Kansas City Mo to see his brother AlghVwho lives there and was joined there by his broth er Thomas of flak otah whom he seen for fortytwo years He spent some time with his nephews Clay and James Leach who are well remembered as0wingsvilleboysof the Jong ago Both the latter married in Kansas City but neither has any children Jim is general mana ger of the Atlas Oatmeal Co and is doing well Clay is a contractor and builder and is also doing well Their old friends here are glad to hear from them CHRISTMAS WEDDINGS The following couples were licensed to wed the past week Oscar Ginter and Miss Martha Gbodpaster daughter o f Mrs Nannie Goodpaster of near Ken dalls Springs Jesse Ingram and Miss Alice urniichael Walter Moore and Miss Nannie Blevins daughter of Elias Blev j insofnearOlympi Thos Smoot and Irene Ever man Ed Palmer and Miss Anna Shultz daughteroof Mrs Martha Shultz V Gentlemen dress ami riving gloves liiidind unlihelat L D Brothers Thibigp1iCeof vigs JeaYVile nigflt r tj f pjtMf JJi l i r frl j EiZ3 QLOSNG FwU 7 On Nt atday DecemDsr aI 1910 I will offer my stock of goods at auc tion CLOTHING BOOTS1MB SHOESj and other articles too num mus t6 mention Sale will begin at 9 aliiXI ED AIILEY- J Forge Hill Bath County Ky waaasflav rTOBACCO GROWERS CONVEN TIONAtn meeting of the to countyheldafternoon Dec 24 a large crowd wlJelectedWalden Secretary Very earnest speeches wer made on the to BrownIGudgell and D W Doggett The vote was overwhelmingly in favor of rec to con LexingtonJancrop Th following resolutions pttQWe of resolutions vouldr9pectftIlly report to UowingBetion in mass reeting assembled 1st That ilt is the sense of this meeting t hat the interest of all tobacco gr wers will be best cropforrs elve s tha t if this proposition Ion with g neral approval and coope Hon of a large ma u b 1t the Burley dstrict of the State that we will grow no tobacco in the year1911 2d Be it further resolved that we will withhold the 1910 crop from the market until the balance of the l909 crop now in control of the Burley Tobacco So ciety is sold within a reasonable time for a satisfactory price through the channels and by the plan df said society 3d That e recommend some plan by contract or agreement to secure the cooperation of t h c Louisvill Vareh use Co and the Cincinnati Warehouse Co in handling and financing the crop of 1910 4th Resolved that we arprove the call of the convention at Lexington Qn Jan 5 1911 and will abide by its action oth Resolved that we s nd as delegates toJ exington Jan 5 instructed to cirry out the resolutions hereby adopted andnom inate viz T H Brown A W Walden W S Oadgell G W I err John Clark Jeff L Atchison John W Shrout John Hughes S S Rails Bob Shields Toll Donaldson and any other tobacco grower who wants to attend SignedT BROWN Chairman W S GurTGELK GEORGE KjiniC JOHNCiARK IWWALDEN It wagtilso voted to hold an othernieeting at the Courthouse next4 Saturday afternoon Dec 31 1910 to ratify the resolutions adbpted at this meeting the de sire being to give all the growers of Bath county an opportunity to act on question- A W WALDEN Seey DEMOCRATIC STATE PRIMARY The Democratic State execu tive committee at Louisville last Thursday by a vote of 8 to 4 called a primary for Saturday May 27 to nominate candidates for the State offices to be voted for in November 1911 The com mittee by a vote of6 to 5 declined to submit the question of a candidate for US Senator to succeed Senator Paynter to the voters in the primary The CourierJournal states that out of the 21 candidates or pros pective candidates present all but three favored a convention in stjeadof a primary It is learned that Judge Reid Patterson has been elected Mayor of Pineville His numerous friends at his old home congrat ulate him Come and see Slessers newest Christmas novelties ha = = IT PAYS TO TRADE AT1 GILLON9Sm 7 If you want good dependable goods come to The Pocket v sacliJfSHOEF ALL 1ffDS for every nd boys HIGHTQP womens misses ami D BOX andCALF WIN TER SHOE TS and Shoes Clothing Over coats Under 1 irts Gloves Ove gaiters and everything hi se Call anrget prices No troubleto a APocket yi 4 t n LIIn CLINT AND V KILLEDClint aj were shot and Gibbons Withrt Maysville street J about 1030 oc night Dec 22j4o detailed rctf cl4JJ l 1Pflr newspapers arrived late Saturday I It a re exceedingIhcould be learned f the affair The coroners jUry is reported to have returned verdict that the brothers cam o their death at the hands of pJes unknown However in a iclished state ment by each Jaines Tipton says he killed Clint Allen with Clints Alrtlentis quoted asjjaying that he was a friend ofClim Allens and had been on raids with him after moonshiners He wasracting as policeman at the time ofhe kill V The bodies were brought Here to the home of the mother Mrs Martha Allen Friday hightsand the urial was made in theO ingsviile Cemetery Saturday af ternoon about 330 oclock Much sympathy was felt for the moth er and family on the sad occa sion Clint Allen was aged about 35 years He leaves a wifevhais daughter of Mrs Mry Bailey Ththadno childrfvAi He was appointed Depu v fnited States Marshal last sp V and is said to have been a t efficient AlttenHe was a grind R Manley He was tarpers Branchand home in Mt Sterling1 Jso11e years N Walter Allen was aged abaut 27 years ana was unmarrleci He lived mostly at Mt Sterling and Lexington in recent years j STATE POULTRY SHOW For the first time in the history of Kentucky a great State poultry show is to be held By the efforts of Hon M C Rankin Commissioner Agriculture the Ken tucky Poultry Association was formed some months since and will hold its first annual show or poultry fair at Lexington Janu ary 16 to 21 Premium list and catalogue will be ready for distribution January 1 and will be tpSecretaryington Ky CUTTING AFFRAYIn a fight among the colored people Sunday night Lee Ramsey was badly cut by Henry Atchison The witnesses were so reticent that no details could be learned Rev John E Moss preaches at thp M E Church Wednesday night Dec 28 1 1t ilPi pib c H J emarriage ughter of I prider tore was gol- Vening q f De- oclock at VLpSrentsjiss 6 the piano during the veningand whileiperformed by the Rev j 1g Moody of Marion frnd Imme diately following thceremony refreshments of ice cream and cake in the wedding colors of pink and white were served The happy couplejett Wednes toIau om at January15Mr and Mrs James W Moore of Sudith Ky arid is a railroad matt being PennsylvaniaCompany l tie most popular your1ladies of the community in which she lived The couple have th4 best and most sincere wishes of their many friends for success and prosperity There were about seventyfive guests witnessed the ceremony among whom were James ESteele and wife Clif ford Smith and Mrj Clara Sim Jeff f IndnmapolisBrJrSmith and sok Rus sfll Fort and Earl Roberts o I- ICnightstown and W B Canna dy and wife of FortvilleGreenf- ield W Va Reporter MRS W H HOLT DEAD Mrs William H Holt wife of Judge KentuckyCourt monia at tlijau4j2cwee Valley a113O cclock Tues day night Mrs Holt had been ill two weeks Her maiden name was Sarah Roberts She was born in Philadelphia in 1841 and was a daughter of the late Thorn as Roberts at one time a pent merchant in PhiadelphiaI a nda member of IIDaeral years after the marriage n Judge Holt was sent to Porto Rico to establish the judi ciary system for the United States Government Mrs Holt went with him The climate was detriment al to her health and for that reason they came back to Kentucky They Had lived at Peewee Valley for seven years Mrs Hwt leaves a brother W H Roberts of Englewood N J Two of her brothers were killed in the Civil War She leaves the following child ren M J a local attorney Mrs A J Carroll and MrsGeo H Alexander of Louisville and Miss Elizabeth Holt and W H yierTournal Subscribe for THE OUTLOOK RM w t i rrt ff EUGENE MINIHANS iw IS THE PLACE TO BUY BUGGY ROBES f AND HORSE BLAJP t r direct from the factorT T best wearstilc 1ong the rightpresY Call and sel s n 4 Owingsviifk r rByJX i 1 l THE RACKET STORE t IEvething for Everybody frONE PRICE TO ALL j Tlfer Largest Line of Christmas Goods x i r- x ye have ever had has jUst arrived and the J PRICES ARE THE CHEAPEST rWe bought our goods late and are thereby enabled to sell them at greatly reduced prices Ourline contains articles w PSrfor every member of the family and can be boughtat wholesale prices as our sale continues until we busi Jness Come and look at our goods before malting your v Christmas purchases We can supply you with the best canvi V tdies nuts fruits etc at COST PRICES 1 wool scarfs for 75c 50e wool scarfs 35e Fascinators 50 38c Misses 50c silk mufflers SSe Silk mufflers 59c 2 handbags 98c 1 handbags 84c 75c handbags 5Oc1 o r ft35d and gloves Babies Ladies j caps Mens heavy hose tMens ic Men S lined gloves 5034 t J MAXEY Owinpsville Ky i AT J JOB PN15JMG2f f 1 4 Ii 1 j SBK IfS 4 I Vhy net have TilE OUTLOOK do your printing We cai it as wePt and as as you can I have done elsewhere quantity and sidered Run over this list and if there isnt something inityouneed JLetterheads Noteheads Envelopes Billheads Statements Pamphlets Labels If Blank Forms all kinds have both and bond or linen writing paper ruled and unruled and bond tcio writing papers in tablets with blotting paper cover if so desired 441We have for sale any quantity blanks such deeds mortgages and oil leases THE OUTLOOK J X- QWINGSyiLLE jlL KY fURS Fill ESIliGKSST MARKET PHICE tilDES Wad 01 Comilrslca fir itsi nsnUcatna thta ad Eabbllshed16S7 WHITE CO LOUISVLLEKY tlIg NQt J J The OourierJournal WATTERSON EDITOR WECAN YOU OUTLOOKAND WEEKLY Courier Journal FOR16OWe nation rate with Daily or Sunday CourierJournal Write Courier Journal CompanyLouisville free sample copy of edition- ou desire but be to send dur subscription order to thi- spapernot to the P p c l J 7 A SOc handbags 4Ladies 50c 1 350 25csacques 20 15c 50c suit skhrts 45c Boys 25 85c fleecelined lOc 50c 25c 75c R do cheaply it quality conr v see Receipts Invitations Cards Posters D dgers of We rag jjfor typewriter rag envelopes We in as Address AND PAID FOR RAW FURS AND WIth price r JOHN Road HENRY FURNISH THE for sure CourierJour 1 50c suspenders ivRL I Monuments Tombstones and Markers J I have a5n po1ate stock and am in a position tomulr prices right Barre granite aocelebrated silver grey marble a specialty See me before buy f ing A C MARKLAND AUSTIN OAZ DEALER IN ii ii and FRESh MEATSrS of all kinds Office at S P Atchisons Mai Street Owingsville Ky AUSTIN BOAZ iifOU want tAiI crease your buSTIadvertise I FkY t T r c 2 iJ 4 i T2iI tI s r1 lrtE CHIEF AND I- Pza ANY FIREMEN t DIE IN FLAMES bJkCp JLOSE LIVES IN HOLOCAUST IN ATjc f TRAPPED BY FALLING WALLS r r J t s1 t VAmmonia In Morris vXiVv 7 afiatns i r 1 I a Mn right Agalnit Desperate Odds til Subdue conftagratlohFlre Fight ra4 ers Face Death to Rescue Bodies comradesWorstpI Flre In Years p i Chicago Thirtyfour firemen In t udlng Fire Chief James Horan were iL = lUod while engaged in an onslaught I against a tornado of flame that swept Into rnsMsh the new beef house of t the packing plant of Morris Co at b the Union stock yards Scores of firemen were Injured The property loss may reach more i han 3000000 Tire Chief Horans body was re a vered after repeated efforts to mon a S the smoldering debris under which he Was burled and removed to the homo I of his brother Daniel J Horan Sixty tintstreet and Prairie avenue 4 t ZLFiremen Were Powerless The flames spread so rapidly that J the firemen were powerless to save St the plant The entire stock yards dls fcdct was threatened Huge tanks of tallow stood direct 7 1Irtrc lyla the path ot the flames and threat l ened to explode lThe flre was the most disastrousb A that the department has had to contend with since the Iroquois fire and i f the holoauata the Seventyfirst rLtr Jrtreet crib I 4 Burled in Debris h AU the VlcUma were In the base f t eat of the new beet plant when an t j tXPl0I10BocC rred tht wrecked the f 5nUld1ng buried them beneath tons debris The explosion came with It warning The meiibelleved they 4 iKtte lames under Jroland wer r c jZrln4 kthebunda 0 Tlej WMea the ipos2ono Iitfi tie 1 to have been ammonia took companlonitwere ftM burled sufferers Extratlity M the fire companies In the city A were rushed to tie scene I 5The names ctlrred by the strong I wind spread rapidly and soon were Mrrj fc yoBd control r Fads Death From Explosions I Sxploclon after explosion followed L MII drove back the firemen The heat- i4t ftameshaddtober wock Lt All the time great danger prevail ied because of the tallow tanks being close to the buralhg structure It was ko uri alter the discovery of ttke Ire before the firemen were able iM to getaearthestr1cture Then the was 4kNewB of the fate of the firemen t cityjSooSrB eons and daughters appeared on jthe scene Their grief was pitiable Policemen had in4 great difficulty keeping them from rushing lute the flameji theScompany was almost overcome when fee realized that so many lives had f t5I been lost Watchman Discovers Fire tAwatehmaa trhe was making his s rouBds through the strUcture dlscov 1Ui fire He saw flames in what i toown aa the hide storeroom in the aeesienL He at once telephoned ant atom and fled Jrom the building The Ikmea read rapidly and with the b arrivyr Wthe finitiConiDaniea of Die q If UIen ge era1arm was sounded which brought over 15 companies of j ftremen to the scene The fire broke out at 4 a m and a I f spectacular battle with the flames en f t i sued until at a m a terrlfflc exp6 J aton of ammoala iprjtb beet cold etorage aeeUopfthe sentI 4 11 J s aV7canoprcr IhIDCdbwn on a w V Real News In Past The grapes of the greatylnoof i e Hampton court London this year to tiled 2138 bunches worth 2000 An 1 3old newspaper man lIvlDanear the old Tines says 1 for 50 years noted the regular crop of vriews para rr 1 graphs about the probable yield of grapes on the old vInes and s t ac56utthe newspapers a Inow1 to 1ere printing the same thing I o t ieota M if the oldtimers had to UP1 I r v iyoung fellqws off on real aewL1 f e NeYorJt Press AtI h t Ripen S Iow IICity GirlOh the darling llttl- eUsfeeasf c just out of their shells I A a jit atiarjtherreafb for mar 5 T4 iJtet V r t tXsmi AMtor9 up to eight a 1 4rf iI f t ia J UnUil Character t Ishy i ayery remarkable tr i t 11 l IJ t W MfjcJ1 seves any facetious re 1b4 f wkeasMarts J cre a lr f I 1 It vfofr t a 0 r 7O fIHIjlt 1 1 O 1f r I i Jr4yS f t fJ rolo a t11l 1 f 1I v 1jot r f l1h9J 1i a J f t p I jJ Ji r tt r r rJrJJor rG r Lli i Aa J r1 t It t ti1r t 1 A + I i4lt to rir r a 1J + 1 J it it c JH9 I J j r 1 l i r 7r 7 e squad of firemen who were directing their opcratlohs from a loadlrg plat formSSend Many Calls for Help Tho fatalities nil occurred In one place on tho loading platform When the blaze first was discovered and an alarm turned in the first of the fire department forces to arrive on tho scene sent in a 411 call for help Following this came special call utter special call until 60 streams of water were trained on tho blaze A stubborn fight occurred between the flames and tho firemen Tho fire spread to many parts of tho building despite the efforts of tho men who sought to check it Sharp Blast Then Death Tho fight bad continued for an hour when the crash came Away up in tho roof of the structure near a point directly over the loading platform on which stood Fire Chief Horan Bur roughs his second assistant Lieuten ant Fitzgerald and nearly a score of others there was a sudden sharp loud report like the Instantaneous Ending of a highpressure boiler Portions of the masonry of the Imildlng fell away like a chllds house toy IjvAtdlng blocks A larg part r this foil on xi canopy ov the loading platform tearing the awa and bearing it to tho platform Itself which was crushed like an egg shell with Ita human Jfrelct of fire fighting men 7 Falling Brick Injure Many There were scores of firemen stand- Ing jn the outskirts of where the bricks tell Many of those were in jured some of them painfully They were taken to St Bernards hospital and to their homes In ambulances and police pairpls which were rush ed to tho scene by the score when the explosion came and It was known that there would be a list pf dead and Injured x Fumes of ammonia filled thebull mg with rapidity It was seek at once that ammonia forming apart of tho refrigerating machinery that keeps tho south end of the build ing chilled for the storage of beef carcasses had exploded At once fear became widespread that many firemen and their officers were in the building at the time and that the ammonia fumes would strike them to the floor leaving them easy prey for flames and smoke or killing them outright Firemen Work In Danger The rescuers worked under the greatest danger to their own lives and ignoring burns and hazard of falling walls Despite the fact that they were aware of the fatality and knew that the bodies of the victims were burled under the brick pile firemen worked about the pile directing streams of water Into the burning building Many of them went about with tears stream ing down their cheeks overcome with grief over the fate of the chief and his subordinates Begin Rescue Immediately Almost as soon as the wall fell those of the fighters who had escaped fter ocqAa rah4- at the ruins to bring to set those whmlght sun be alive Amid the blaring Umbers the redhot bricks and the lzzllng steel the 1rmen worked unmindful of the terrible burns they were suffering The work of rescue was extremely difficult The terrific heat of the fire combined with that of the fallen ma terlal made It almost impossible for the rescuers to work without being overcome Even around the edges the Injured could hardly be found because the dust and grime with which they were covered made them almost Indistinguishable from the ruins Wills Continue to Fall The peril of the brave fire fighters did not cease after the explosion and tho falling of the wall on the score of men on loadingplatform Other and smaller secUo 1aof the wall continued to fall and warning calls from commanding officers to men who were imperiled from time to time by theso were heard continually Finally an order was issued for no than to venture near enough to the building to be caught under any collapsing masonry News of the fire and explosion spread rapidly through the ptock yards district and friends and relatives of the firemen gathered around the build ing imploring the Pro fighters for news of their friends Policemen from a number of neighboring stations were taxed to keep them from gunning Into the burning building Beefhoucs of Plant The building that was destroyed for its loss was practically a total one was the principal boefhouse of the Morris pl uLIt adjoined I on the south the building i whlch are the main onlclif ortnecbmpany ana was the largest of the Morris group of structures Jt was slxslorles1hlgh The structure ngroup of four bullrings although pijred to be one being bum dpse together and tho walls Joined sdas to make them four units Joined Into one They were Nos 4 5 6 and 7oJthe Morris Co group MflUWrL C a Founder of OpenAir 2hooi Miss Gardner of Indianapolis is said to be directly responsible for the openair school for delicate children which has become an Institution in that city She appeared before the board of education and by her arguments prevailed on It to give such a school a trial The children pay three cents a day for hot milk soup or cocoa which is supplied them by the school Any deficit is made up by the treasury department of the board A Plain Man Do cope along with us major and have some dinner Delighted Im sure But you must let me go homo first and make myself beautifulOh nt bother come just uyou arelMerry Thought A Costly Painting Bill How long was your mend the artist working on that canvaJ W1llEight years khl aboul slxBftbnthsto paint Han icr u- n1tI1a bait yearstrying to sell JIJ if j i i P a r rL iff 3 fUff u fSFL It J T J i rv 1Or J t 1 DISSOLVING IT UAIMER REPORT IN MAJORITY HOLDS THAT NOT THE SLIGHTEST PROOF OF BRIBERY BY SENATOR IS SHOWN TIGHT ON FLOOR IS CERTAIN Beverldge And Frazier Do Not Sign Committee Finding Which is Presented to Senate and May File Minority Reports LaterIwaShingt rtor r vestlgation Tnmade In co of Senator I r nols was si the commit tlonsthro Burrows body adji p cess The com a mlttee fol v That li Mr Lorf fus 1 4 the use OJr employment vpf corrut methods T practises Charges that four members of the Illinois legislature were bribed and that three other members paid bribes ire not lgiSored by the committee The report ydeclares that those who confessed tf receiving bribes shculd not be bell r a and that the votes of those who were charged with paying bribes shobe counted In relationQ1e chargesUiaithere- wl1sa cotruptlon und used in toe Illi nois legislature anbajJtas dig bursed l y oneRobCrtlE Wilson the report says that there is no evidence that It was used for the benefit of Mr Lorlmor bo committee suggests that spy investigation of the use of such fund should bo made by nt thorltlcrof the state of Illinois The statement of views of Sendtor Frazier waJ mad public later In his statement Senator declares that the fdur confessed bribetakers Impllcatqd three other memberS of the legislature who bribed them that these three votes were also corrupt which would make seven tainted votes Eliminating these seven votes Senator F azler holds would maiir the vote recfctvedlesa than a majority The report as presentwas not signed by members of tne contmlttee although It dihwtippoar that there was any minority On the floor otjbe senate however Mr Beveridge made the statement that he had not been able to concur with or dissent from the findings because of the voluminous saidInltteelturlngthe uxr Mut jp Assemble Tacoma Wash LThft first na tional convention of women Voters vlll be held here January 14 according to plans perfected The con vention was called by Governor Brady of Idaho Delegates from other equal suftrtige statesUtah Wyoming Colorado and WashlngtoB ren resenting about 270000 women vot ers will participate Machine Sells Red Cross Seajs New York The best sales an of Red Cross Christmas seaishtho United States is a nlckellittheslot machine In the Madison square post office The machine has dlsosed of more than 1000000 seals i Coy SetsaNew Butter ecord Syracuse N Y Pontlae Clothilde de Kol II a HolstelnFrlealan cow owned by Stevens Bros of Liverpool N T has broken the worlds seven day butter record by producing 3728 pounds Ship Ashore In Gale Mprehead City N CA large four wasted schooner wga stranded on the west Lookout shoals I Wednesday and the heavy running tide and strong wind drove the vessel high on the sboajju Woman Makes Long Flight Etampes France Tlje longest sus tained flight ever made Ibya woman was negotiated bee iVednesday b- yTscwaoetZ t Ji t t4 CHARLTON GAINS TWO POINTS A JUDGE foLLOWS ORDER TO AHEN5D COURT RECORDS Father of Wife Slayer Confidant Or t der for Soni Extradition Will Be Set Aside Trento S JNot urdi January 9 will pr pharlton irarn whether he triedfory red before United l Istab pale and bag Jg the effects of the 5 nflnement and the whlnh he is frequent V Vs lawyer R Floyd r an adjournment on t he needed time for 7certain ImportantIa pvidence t Je Secretary of StateI1at the young vb allowed an orderI arecords in the 4 proceeding before thee Mer following Charm- Sthe steamship pier from Europe Coun IL p IrFil a rdQt Im Inlltlng ftoIl the r rhecort copy the com laht presented before JudteDlalr of the Hudson county courts These are regarded an nota astheybehalfJudge Chart m la confident that the ruling of Setf ary Knox In favor of extradition ij be set aside He does not think his Un in his present con dition would survive the Journey to Italy GUNBOAT MAY START REVOLT ClearsFromsterlous voyage Now Orleans The former United States gunboat aSrnet reported to have bew purchased by Honduras portforapemen 200 tons ofcoal and provisions for thirty days Included among the cfew are several men who ajfi said to have been connected with previous filibustering expeditions dl rected against Central re publicsOne of the rumors current was that the Hornet would be turned bver to Mexican revolutionists Captain Johnson commanding the vessel says that the Hornet will be used In the Cen tral American trade U OF GETS SOJOOOOO Rockefeller i7s Final Gift and Retires Br All Conhectlon unIversIty I D Rockefeller has frslty of Chicago an o O Announcement of flit inade at the university CON Tuesday by Martin A Ry d1 chairman of the board of trusyfts The Standard OH magnate Bald in making the gift that he re Aired from all connection with tho university and would give it nothing more His total gifts in 21 years aggregate 35000000 Dies Saving Little Ones Joliet lllTo protect several small children wlowere playing near a live wire which had fallen to the street Dominick Davis aged seven teen an employe of the Santa Fe believingitCcal City near here Thursday Dies at Age of 106 Fond du Lac WlsMrs Sophia Unferth died at the age of 106 years Germanyin Taft Annuls Death Decre- eWashingtonPresident Taft Tuesday commuted to life Imprisonmentf the death sentence upon Wynne an oiler on the steamer Rosen crans at Honolulu Hawaii for the murder of a man named McKInnon Senator Elkins Is BettertWashington In senate Tuesday that Senator Elklns was detained at homo by serfous ill ness Senator Scott of West Virginia added I amglad to say he Is much better 1 4 t I r7t HOliDAY INFlllENCI Industries Are Reported Quiet But Trade It as Good as That Re ported Last Ye- arRYorkR G Dun Cos Week ly Review of Trade said In sharp contrast with the between seasons dullness in jobbing trade is the brisk holiday retail distribution which in most of the cities Is reported to bo equalor in excess of last year Building operations in a number of cities show declines as compared with last year though the aggregate of now projects is still large Diminished ac tivity in iron and steel is to be ex peeled as the year draws to a close yet It is evident that dultnqss Is more pronounced than is customary at this season Iron and Steel Tho holiday period will naturally cause a temporary cessatloh of opera tlons at manufacturing plants and as current buying is of small proportions mills and furnaces are expected to still further restrict their output Discus prcesissumers are believed tobe confident the lower quotaU nBwlll shortly be named with the result that orders are being withheld Pipe iron has beer quite eely taken and Inquiries for sU1stantln1 tonago are still reported Xl eastern territory but with this ex ception extreme quietness prevails in tho pig Iron division Construction of new battleships will require con siderable finished material and it is estimated that 300000 tons of mate rial will be needed for bridges and buildings although on railroad work further marked concessions are reported but contracts are coming forward in moderate volume and the out look for ro1l stock Is considered somewhat better Textile Walter itTthe textile field the chief source of complaint comes from the inability of manufacturers th secure prices for goods commensurate w Ith the costs of production and curtailment is being considered Tho merfs overcoating season of 1911 has opened with cloth ers disposed to order ample pieces only Bradstreets weekly tetter said IHolIday influences ruled this week and active demand at retail contrasts with prelnveotory quiet In wholesale Jobbing trade a further slowing down In Industry over the end or tho T period and stpgnant n securities and commodities Money haa eased while riuppUos have in creased Collections have been slight T quickened by inc cosed circulation money In leading centers Weather conditions have impartcd activity the coal trade but no scarcity Is reported Foreign demAnd for American stronglyntt11Plongabsent customers such as Pranice and Asia lave been the heaviest in years Business Failures Business failures InI the United States for the week ending December 22 were 271 against 290 last week 2C4 in the like week of 1909 196 in 1908 190QWheat from the United States and Canada for the week ending December 22 aggregate 2789817 bushels against 2893597 test week and 3769928 this week lat year For the 25 weeks ending December 22 exports ore ES85G004 bushels against 84040633 in tho corresponding period last year Corn exports for the week are 1038856 buhels against 482936 Jast week and 1546762 last yearflARKE I Cincinnati Grain Market Flour Winref patents 420a45 do family 310a330 low grade J240a fancyU7Ga51098c No 3 red 93a9Gc No 4 86a93c Corn No 2 white 47a47c No 3 white 4C Ja47c No 2 yellow 48a 48c No 3 yellow 4Z4a4Sc No 2 mixed 47a4Zc No 3 mixed 46iSa47c OatsNo 2 white 34a35c standard white 34a34c No2 mixed 34a34c Cincinnati Live Stock Cattle Shippers 525a62T butcher choiceU5a56Jlelferl xtrn47ailogna38I1a450Extra 3a925 flair to good 7Zfte9 common and large UaS liege butchers79Oa795 BOWS6n7CO795 SheepExtra J3S5a4S5 good to choice 335n375 LambsExtra fG25 1640 yearlings 4a5 Cincinnati Miscellaneous Poultry hens lOc lb spring chick ens 10c Ib ducks 14c turkeys 19 c geese SalOc Butter Cream daIry22e3Cc ApplesFancy o5SO a bbl choice 450 a bbl CarrotsNoO bunchlggplantscrate Grapes Malaga 550a7 a whitetJI12ra crate Potatoes Northern Ohio 40a 43c a bu Michigan arid homegrown Jersey33a350 Opening of Postal Savings flanks Washington All ta reaay for start ng the machinery of the postal sav ags banks throughout the country on January 2 Tho 48 postmcters each representing a state who have been In Washington acquiring Information concerning the management of thI- apostalaavlngs work have finished training at Postmaster General Hitchcocks office All of them area second class offices each offiCIO select fid aa the most representative one of its state for a try out in postal baaV In i i I i j fto fi I i S J r tf t F 4i SS 5S a p r 1 Ji I4iklL4Hli1 I4 +4 ABOUT THE STATE r MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY i ++ + 4+ Jttf++ + + ifFORTY PER THEIR LIMIT City May Have a New Water Company on Its Own Terms Frankfort At a special meeting of the city council a resolution was pass ed proposing to rent the 131 fire hydrants now In use from the water company at 40 per fire hydrant a year The city proposes to enter into a contract for 25 years The water company will reject the proposal holding out for G2GO per year per fire hydrant and may turn oft water after December 31 The Reliance Engineering Co of Cincinnati proposes to put In a new water system for the city at 40 per year per hydrant BACK TAXES ON WHISKY Suit Filed By City Attorney for Col lection of Delinquencies Frankfort Alleging that the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Co of Louisville formerly of this city owes Frankfort 1116000 in taxes on 6700000 worth of storage accounts for tho years of 1905 to 1908 inclusive a suit for the back taxes was med hereby City Attorney Frank Dalley IN A QUANDARY Sheriff Wants to Live Up to Law Omitted Tax Raise Frankfort In order to make some arrangement with the state officials by which he can renew his bond as sher itt without being held to the strict letter of the law A M Emler sheriff of Jefferson county was in Frankfort with Scott Bullltt county attorney Frank P James state auditor told Mr Emler that the sUite officials would work out some satisfactory solution of the problem which U a novel one The trouble Is caused by the actiOn to prevent the raise in the nssesment of the property in Jefferson county This suit was brought by citizens of Louisville and wa s hung up for some time in the courts In the meantime tho shezIffollected taxes without the 12 per cent increase When the cLurts held that the raise was legal It becamen cessary for the sheriff to colett the increase from all the taxpayers He can not do this now in Umetopet bis quietus and give new as law requires The auditor lllIt was an unusual taou butrnaei 1c1l1 so that Mr Emler could gfve his bond and go on with his duties CHILD BURNED TO DEATH Mother Who Went to Rescue Fatally injure- dCametonThe 3yearold ohild of John LTrent a farmer of H rams Branch this county was burned to death The child was left In the house by itself while its mother went toa spring nearby to get a bucket ot water and as she was returning she heard the llc1BC1eam The mother rail toward the little one only to find its clothes enveloped in flames When the mother reached the child It was burned so badly that it only lived a few moments In trying to extinguish the flames on the childs clothing Mrs Trent was burned so badly that she is not expected to live- VIRGINIA SOCIETY Annual Meeting of Kentucky Members and Election of Officers Louisville The annual meeting of the Virginia Society in Kentucky was held and officers for the ensuing year are MaJ John H Leathers presi dent Judge A E Richards first vice president Charles E Hoge second vice president George H Wilson see retarY treausrer F J Walz record ing secretary Preparations were made for the celebration of George Washingtons birthday Several well known speakers have accepted invita ions to be present- RESIDENCES DESTROYED BY FIRE Mt Sterling The residence of Da rid Saylor was burned to the ground with all the contents The loss 2500 Is partly insured Fire also destroyed the residence of Sonny Robinson In the same neighborhood entailing a loss of over 2000 Defective flues caused both fires I IrvlneFor the second time Mrs Amelia Belle Allen of Breathltt coun ty was placed on trial on a charge of murder Sho is alleged to have en tered the home of Mrs Amelia Tutt and shot the latter as she knelt at a babys cradle On the first trial Mrs Allen was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment She obtained a new tria- lLexingtonThe new armory was opened with appropriate ceremonies The building was remodeled from the old city building- 4FrankfortDr Ben L Bruner see retary of state issued a call for a report on the condition of state banks as of December 15 The call directs that te banks publish the statement in tV newspaper The last reports ver notf published but it Is require- dwreueeburgThe tQisI turkey slaugh tjflnet season hod tnded and It is es d that at least VtOOOO worth of turkeys wete sold ouuqr Anderson county tmis year the prlcv being the best over v ived rs j J r i tr I i ktt r Jf a i r f- rI i RIGID MILK INSPECTION v it Lexington Dr W E Gary repre Beating the Louisville health depart 4iment and Prof IL M Allen heaa of 1 the food and dairy divisions of the ex jperiment staUon hers held a confer ence at the experiment station at which a complete canvass of the re ports of the conditions of the dairies tributary to Louisville was made with a view to refusing a 1911 license to sell milk In Louisville to all the dairy men whose establishments were foundI to be below the standard of require inents fixed by the experiment station CUPID WON OUT I Interesting Romance With Usual Hap py Termination Frankfort Reunited through the efforts of Mrs J C C Mayo wife ot the millionaire coal land owner 1ollJtlclan and clubman of Paintsvilie aft er an estrangement said to have been caused by a third person Miss Anna Adams of Oatkttsburg Mrs Alayoa cousin and Howard S Eatill a proral neat coal operator of Lexington were made man end wife at Cincinnati Como to Cincinnati at once You shall no longer be denied the girl of your heart road a message which Mrs Mayo sent to Mr EatllL That gentleman was endeavoring to drown his sorrow In Intsinoss He tore open the telegram In a buslnees f 1like manner In less than five minutes an answer was being clicked oft by F the telegraph operator at Lexington 1 and In a few minutes later It was de jllvered to Mrs Mayo J J C Mayo Gen Percy Haley and Congressman C B Slemp were nastily summoned and when they arrived in Cincinnati were whirled to the Slates where the bride end the bridegroom Mrs Mayo and two men Rev Dr J R Savage pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church South of Covington and the Rev Dr Cyrus M Yocum pastor of the Central Christian church of Cincinnati awaited them IFATAL PISTOL DUELi f ft 0 r Brothers One Deputy Marshal KllledJ j In Kentucky Town tit Sterling Clinton Allen deputy1 United States marshal and his broth er Walter were shot to death In a pistol fight here with James Tipton n special policeman and Michael Glfc bons a saloonkeeper The battle took place in front of Gibbonss saloon Jten cording to witnesses Olinton Allen anti Tipton quarreled and when tne fed oral officer drew a revolver too police man took it away from him Walter r Allen then drew a revolver and Glbiibons went to Tlptons aid During the battle the brothers were killed Xlib I bons and Tipton were arrested jtBACK TO ACTIVE SERVICE j T ulsvllle Announcement was made hero that William J Dickinson 11 of Yonkefs N Y has been elected sec onVl esdctUthe Lu1sville 11Yt r rv1 was formerly third rice presioent and f5 11OohncCted s capacity Of chief Clerk of the traffic ffi deportment asslstant auditor of reSI acedpts end auditor ptrecejpta ft TWO DAMS LOCATED h Maysvllla Word was received hers that the government in building dams i in the Ohdo river had decided to locate dam 33 one and onenail miles jjelow tfMaysyille while dam 34 will be lo catedatW Usburg These dama will cost nearly 1500000 each aid will give a twenty five mile pool water 1nine feet deep at this point Jr V a MAY LOSE HIS LFG J V virJ rRlehmondaccidentally shot his right K el while hunting was broughtere yi where Itfa believed an amputation of the limb will be necessary He mtfj fared six hours before medical aid wan reached Tho discharge of the was caU5ed1Ii the hafumercitChlnglnI a brush tji PARDONED BY THE GOVERNOR 1iFrankfort rBecause the son of lScott Keton a convict from VhiUey county lost his legs In a railroad accl v dent recently Gov Wlllson jpardoried P Keeton who had but eighteen more s days to serve out a sentence for manslaughter Ke ton was a dep uty sheriff and killed a man hom he itW was trying to arrest Louisville Charles pbrst a boiler maker had a narrow escape from scalding to death Ke cradled into one of the huge spiraftubes1 and one ot tho workmen at the engine did not know that he was czt t ed on tho tot water Whenthofirntv dash drenched Dorst ho hastily scrami bled out just as the bulling flood rush v ed In A delay of ten seconds would 1have caused hlsdeath Louisyille udgo Henry S Barker j presidentelect ot Kentucky State unl verslty will assume tho active duties of his office on January 2 Sand wUlboj In the presidents chair at the reopen f Ing of the school session after the1 Christmas holidays on January 3 j TVhltesburg The ltot the lx j rIngton Eastern Railroad Co agamst James H Frazier a merchant of this city for right of way through Frazlers property near here was tried ait Inlcourt here resulting In a vcrdJct 25000 for daniaJet to Mr Frazier t Marrowbone Judge J M Jackson j haying resigned as Judge of the police r OOl1rtof nsvtl1eJF TJenham i iGQvterm Judge Jackson a1so1In ettor ney resigned the office In order that he may devote his entire time to the practice of law tSBarbourvllle A spoke and handle factory Is one of the pO3sbllltlesfor this city representatives ot Eastern Ja Kentucky capitalists being hcr t Icok over the situation 9 1 i SS 4 y fi j t 1T J rV r rCC I t I 4 t t f l 0 I I11 i irS KENTUCKY STATE NEWS I HARD PROPOSITION k But Company Is Determined to Make Interurban Pay LexngtonIn denying a rumor In- circulation to the effect that the Lx k ington Interurban Railway Co conJ trolling the ctreet car system and olec trio lighting plant In Lexington andI rth interurban lines running into the I city would make an assignment and go Into tho hands of a receiver Colt Tohn R Allen attorney for tho com pany just home from a meeting of the directors with President John B Me L Afl In Philadelphia said 3 There Is no foundation for such a rumor On tho contrary at n meeting to be held here soon the company will I authorize extensive improvements in the power plant roadway and oiling stock and will provide tho money to I Pitt for those improvements which 1 will boinado at once The company I has invested approximately 2000000 s and ItHhfts to make it good It can not afford toiToluntarily go into the ihands of n rec vcr It has been up Siigalnst n hard nropositton but will 4 pull through alt right k J GIFT TO UNIVERSITVIr Two Valuable Lots Deeded For En 4 tf j dowment Fund 3LexIzgtonTxnny1vanIa university l V Js conducting an1 endowment fund cam J I vpalgn and a handsomp gift was made to I the cpllego by a CQvlngton woman ilTJf Mallle F Pearco transferred to I the university two valuable pieces oft i iiiroperty worth about 9000oStjt The gift la not maae outright How I s it ever but Is made on the annuity plany f d rhe rppcrtj will bo sold and the pro f 7 j fifcaedi will bo placed In the endowment thc university 3lrs Pearce1 Ss 2wII receive a small pea cent of her 0 f dftYear1fnSan annuity t lt LITTLE SANTA CLAUS KILLED 1 j 7JI GlrlfLwIenUWlth Presents RUn Down L by l Train 4lUIeLeona Meesmer 15 wus c run down at anL N crossing r1Ii celvjngilnjuriea that caused her death rr At he time ot the accident ehe W 118I E tarrying numerous Christmas toys vyoung r brpiitcrs and Bisters Her 4 met words were Mamma I did want C to pfejy Santa ClaUs op bad p She was assisting her parents forl4 heflrst time In piaylng Kria I Jt ii for tie younger children fV EXPECT FORTUNEl i 3ticlwa7Fojnany months the 3 I swp wtodeposrits In Ithls tlonhllvo 1 be KvMiJkr acamful inspectlou Ex IfL 4I 1r 1hZJ t J hoayyjepocKa to thxt ntot at aitI300000e towt to be worked la this yt- Vipf rinit Mot bf this ore Is found wkli lIi l city5iwqfirst grade Another feature Is the 4 h1 MIl costit wtjl requireto get It out McELWAIN TRIAL AT FRANKLIN j raJk1Ii1AspeclaltermoC the 4f I Simpson circuit wait Is confronted r JrHiijk dfUonh1ch Is jxrcbably dtfcout a pmrallel in Kentucky juria f prudeace Toe lcE alnlsclarsed I with shooting nd wounding Will Weir Inon Indictment and with killing iWe r In smother IndlctmebJ Tho for 1 t Hier caooow beixhcard by the Ij t wart j 1J y MuTtorde2fieTa ntWfJcountt rc des a n claiming the distinction lag tno oidcetiiiLcarrier In the S f lJBfte aStaic yandtnow he asks the f 80 yerntnt to retire him onapensloIL lL ra k 1brbi OY fI of age has fi c IngOO mall from 1unford a L Tile fifteen miles dally f I ibrilwlf peA aiar JtlncIeV Prank has 1et piy three teeth and Year fatee lr oae orj Beasohed hi kory 1 2 LexingtmiiDucbeas Do Cljolseul complalnjRat pMt Court lLnd CoumteiJB De Gatlgny whip are Ten i trfaf at Tbare France for an alleged fake pictue deal IB from Kentucky 0 be was formerly Mies Lucy Tate a r ijaemtierJ of a note4 Cacey ouatrtma JfJ1yoSIi married Hamilton aJae pt Boston im 105 Jitter hIa Cho1euIt1b g In thee pofico etation NIp a fampus f L 1 Ji Jogwas jmfIed Thevpollce bought imkHe oaeteDfi ia which their coin I aOR15aUiy yetrsi was burled I The boiy trfixther do g wia surrounded c with JMweraaBcl was vI wedby noiny peros As a defective Nip was V pebably lthoibt a rival anon the J l in pOllee o l recentlyzt c t CO 6IiCrthase Tiwn for 24OQ0- 31Ur Ubec tesparty in Monroe and f r CwaafeOTlafid and Is one of the beet bounder ea of Umber ln this V SecUes of tbt oountq t 5iis t FramMbrt pcatlon tortbecs f 1 bIJsktCl A state bank t Nor t p vIlIe IIoklnicounty was jnajjjj Gl tetieaecretary otatafe The depart t tJ f saesits aak clerk IIHI Investigato the i cwdltioia and report A baRk tailed yearlt J IW 1 D1E8ATFATHERFEET i tTt kLua the little Hug 1te1 w CiToaenaiHgtoh was burned to 4MtlL The inktM wuntaAldi1 iewfcea ber clothing caught 7 tii iIre She rJ1 toward her tether and t 4 Mdaoeoetter ieacIag lflrnt a c ft1r Bwr rr3vliiir town vs almost t J JwJlpM tby fire The Comba hotel y gfl JaJ9tc7re IJ1ecksmlthsh le ajMltour residences a their coatent I 1 iHMii HR in smoke The ksiea will n r1i 9 Mh a thai of i5obb g f i a 5 Lrf r o 1 + f t j 1iJ fj L ttl 10 i A I f r trtl f4 4 11w1li a r jP 0JJ 4 ri t1 jJo I 1 I t t o o f fJ J lJf fjt 6 r h t tJC J t u J 1toOIfilt1 O tP 4iJ3 o or fI 1J3p1f iP s to VISITED HOSPITALS Commissioners Gaining Information for Municipal Institution Louisville Tho new hospital commission went to Cincinnati where Its members were the guests of Dr C H Holmes and made a complete inspec lion of tho work and plans of the new city hospital there The commission just appointed consisting of Judge Ar hur Peters chairman Dr Morgan Vance Joseph Hubbach Sr and John Chambers are to build a 1000000 mu nicipal hospital They were shown all over tho old hospital and went to the Avondale grounds where the contagious group was Inspected They were entertained at luncheon at tho Queen City club and met Mayor Schwab and Architect Hannaford Some time was devoted to an exam ination of the plans which were ex plained by Architect Hannaford Dr Holmes who has been invited to act as advisory expert to the Louisville commission hs not yet announced whether he will accept The first tests of the ventilating and heating systems in the contagious group were made while tho Louisville 1commissionBURNEDTODEAT- HLouisvilleCollis 9yearold son of E Lunsford died from burns Tho mother of tho boy left her son and jVisitedo cook something and poured coal oilln the kindling to make it burn ly Some of tho oil was spilled on ooungbe lighted a match his clothing was limited Ills little playmate threw a blanket around him but to no avail MADE A HIGH RECORD Sharpsburg Midshipman Ernest Barber of Annapolis who recently was awarded first prize for small arms practice at the academy having made 515 polnU out of a possible 540 Is a Bath county boy being a son of Lewis Barber ofForge Hill He was given a medal He broke the academy record by two points t CORN GROWERS SHOW LCxlngtoJAn attractive premiuma been prepared for annuAl show of tho Kentucky Corn Growers association which will be at the agricultural college build ag at the state university en January to inclusive and for which entries cloed on December 29In addition to Judging the samples oD icc- ures on tilt prepar 0a ot tjie otherIfertility and fertilizers anl pwerrIwllltore while the show is Jn operation PLAN TRAFFIC ASSOCIATION Louisville Representatives of 460 Independent telephone compaoics of Kentucky Southern Indiana and Korth era Tennessee met in convention at the annital cession of the Kentucky Independent Telephone cssoclation The plan to Incorporate the Kentucky Telephone Traffic association was adopted and a committee ot five ap- pointedtowpk out the articles of In corporation Tho capital stock of the organization Trill bo 100000 of vhlch only 1000o will be lamed at the beginning POLICEMAN SHOT i Ashland Wm Johnson a police limn was shot three times and din gerously wounded iby Lewh Dowllug a railroad fireman when he attempted to arrest the latter Dowling used a 8botgun He la now in jail awaiting the result 0 tha olcennns injuries This Is liie second policeman to bo shrtt in Ashland within fix mont Policeman Frank having been killed last July Frankfort Suit was flied In the IrVanklln circuit court by the AssocK Mod sanatorium a corporation of LoUIsvlUe against E P James state auditor sklns the bo compelled to pay the sanatorium tho sum of 1359 alleged due it from the state LQxlngton McHenry Rhoades su perintendent of the Owensboro schools has decided to accept the chair of see rotary recently created in State unl iTerslty at Lexington nlneyearoldoonburned when he poured oil in a kitch en stove fire Carlisle An egg famine at Christ mas time seems to threaten the pee ple of this county They are hard to obtain at any price but those fortu iKuto enough to have tiwm are ante to- get in many Instances from 40 to 45 cents per dozen without any trouble WaysvlUe A force of surveyors Is at work on the C brail rood be tween Brashears and Camtown makin I preJimlnary suryeys for changing the Roadbed in order to begin double tracking In the early spring H Is now thought Dover will be cut off the road Stanford AVilllam Shelton one of the foremost ministers of the Baptist church in the south and one of most prominent eduCIIIIorsls dead He was at the head at different times of soTeral leading educational institu tions Ho was born In Smith county Tennessee S6 years ago Tompklnsyille The hone of Hru Sarah Corner of CpVnalel this county was totally destroyed by lire The fir e originated from a defective flue The loss la estimated at 3500 with 150 0 insurance A 4 J ASSIGNEE FILES INVENTORY Gives Statement of Property In His Hands to County Clerk LoxlngtonJ W Porter assignee of tho Bank of Kentucky filed the inventory of property which has come nto his hands ns assignee Cash or Its equivalent JG709 notes in bank 192510 overdrafts 13721 deposit in Hanover National bank New York 2270 deposit In Second National bank Cincinnati 39J Tho assignee states that the notc amounting to 16893 AS shown In tho schedule of onsets ore not in the pos session of tho bank and are referred to as being in the hands of the Henry Clay Insurance Co have not been re ceived by the assignee Under the ot der of the court a special examiner will make an examination ANNUAL LABOR MEETING Notables Invited and Plans Made For a Great Occasion Lexington The Ketitiiciy State Federation of Labor will hoJd Its annual convention in this city on January 1 12 and 13 and is expected to be a great occasion for tho labor organiza tons throughout tho state Samuel Gompers president of the federation and James M Lynch of Indianapolis president of the International Typo graphical union have been extended Invitations and aro expected to at end Besides these and other prominent leaders there will be about luG delegates here from various sections f Kentucky representing the differ cut councils The Central Labor Council of this city Is making elaborate preparations for the entertainment of the visitors among the featured of which will beI a reception and banquet on the open ins night of th i convention Max Traut of Louisville Is secretary of tIm state federation and he is having pro pared a prograjn of the convention which will bo s jnt In a few days SENSATIONAL GETAWAY OatieftaburgOnoof tho most sen sational of thefts vVaa perpetrated when GeorgO Kerr It is alleged book keeper for Josselson Brothers whole liquor dealers walked out and svay carrying with I him o f2000 In cash the property ot his employers The robbery was discovered a few hours after Kerr disappeared and officers were dispatched to all surround- Ing towns but no tr nee could bo found of tho absconding Bookkeeper IceiituckyStatJews Items Dirk Henry DIal has been appointed postmaster here Owenton The ilammond school house in the upper part of this coun ty burned Sharpsburg Clarence Seniors 20 accidentally shot EIIah Jones 18 in the thigh at thehomobf Senters Georgetown County Judge J J Yates 67 died of Briglits disease Ho svna serving his fourth term as county judge Frankfort Coranussloner of Agrl culture tC Rajklri was honored by theglft of landsomo gold cane from the farmers 1DstltutevOrkers O have beenlccturJ g under Mr Ran t bbedno hunted since he was a boy Dr Ben L Bruner secretary of stato vent to Florida with the Juniper Hunt lag club Mayflejd Miss ifay Davts 22 an Inmate of tho county poor farm eet her dress on fire and was burned so badly that she can not recover She said that she was going to burn her self to death for Christmas t Middleeboro T H Howard was released by Judge Fusion on 82500 bopd on the charge ot shooting his former law L FI Debusk Mr Howardsexamlning trial was set for December 22 Mr Debusk is on the road to recovery Franklin A special term of the Simpson circuit court met hero to hear the case of Joe McRlwaia charged with the klllingof Will Weir and of Lum Vance charged with be itgan accessory The court heard 1Itence of the Christian Womens Board of Missions and the Young Womens Missionary society was held here There was a large crowd In attend anc and stirring addresses were made FATAL AFFRAY IN PRISON Frankfort Although servinga life sentence In the penitentiary fqr kill ling his fellow convict William Jones known as Sheeney Mike Qabe Jones a negro of Louisville stabbed John Johnson a fellow convict who is not expected to survive Johnson was stabbed in tho back and through the right lung with a table knife which is the first misuse of a table knife made by a convict since they were introduced by Warden Mudd two years ago Glasgow Junction The fine coun try home of Mrs J T B Glllenwaters- a was burned The fire is supposed to have started from a defective flue and the loss is 5000 with f2500 insurance This home was known as the Dr J Y Wilson home and was one of tho most beautiful in this county Paris Tho body ot Price Todd of MlUerburg who was drowned by breaking through the Ice while trying to cross Hlnkstcn creek was recor eted by fishermen j bo used grappling r jf rt y 5 HIS AWFUL CONFESSION Declares That Out of Revenge He Started the Fire That Cost Lives of Policemen and Five Laddies In tho Leather House Los- sPhiladClphiaJohn Kornego a Pole surrendered to tho police declaring that he had set fire to the plant of the Frlcdlander Leather Remnants Co and thus started the blaze which resulted in the killing of 13 firemen and a po liceman Tilt man who was rushed to the city hall for an examination said that he had started the fire in a spirit of revenge He declared in broken English that ho had worked for David FrIedlander until a year ago when ho was discharged and three weeks ago ho applied for another job but was refused und that after much brooding over his rebuff he made up his mind to set the factory on fire He stuck to his tale when questioned by detective interpreters and was locked up for further examination SALVATION ARMY Is Given Exclusive Right to the NttI- n State of New York New York Exclusive rlglit to use of the name Salvation ther so far as the state cf Now York la corned was given to the Array In tho United States too or ganization founded by Wlttloav Booth In 1880 In a decision handed down in the ajtpeUate division of the supremo court By the terms of this Judgment tho American Salvation Army Is for bidden to use the name or to wear unlI forms in any way similar to those use t by tSAi other order This decision fol lows controversyI TWO BOYS MAIMED Possibly They Are Fatally Injured By Gun Accident i Washington N C Two of the IIttlo eons of Roht Hill this city were per has fatally shot when a gun in tho handa of their elder brother FilS acci jYoung hot gun The hans J 1 was released an a younger of the two shot away leaving thi by shreds of flesh struck the elder boy cop Ing thehand just above cepting a few ligament i FORTY MURDE I And Twenty Lifers Tux j Alabamas Gove i K Montgomery Ala The bamas prisons were thic morn than 100 convicts t paroled by GOT Comer fo Among the number are t ers and fully 40 convic for t nual tDeforetrip through the J read Byrons Prisone and the thought of th of prison confinement told by tho poet strduck forcibly f Huston Gets Nc c + Washington James lj mer treasurer of the I recently convicted of use the malls tode1rauc a new trial by Justice V inal court Harvey M cinnatl and Buffalo au For of Washington j Huston each was sejp two years in therpr Cars Stoned nndJ r Winnipeg htanlthbaTblrty streetcars were stoned and smashed and one was burned by sympathizers of tho striking par men The cars wore taken hosseaslfin of by Canadian Pacific em lye tor whom they tad been sent to tho Outskirts of town at the closo of he working day The car crews fled ICut Off Train Service Chicago Approximately 15000 mtcs of pau1enser train service per dat baa been cut oft by western rail rotUls as the result of lack of business anoVjn all probability there wilt bp a furtji Scuiiailment within a short time Reduction lit tfaln Brevlce is in line wi h the general plat retrench ment thttralmadshave lcn follow- Ing for some time I Settled for 700000 fl New YorkAt a meeting In the office of Collector of the Port Loeb i f which District Attorney Wlso and sey oral of his assistants particlpatedf Vas decided to recommend the f ceplance by the government of an fer of 700000 which was made by the sugar trust in settlement of the draw back cases against the company Verdict of Acquittal Springfield lit Edward Johnson waS found not guilty of the charge of murdering William Knight on October 24 last It was charged that Johnson and Knight engaged in a quarrel when Knight Interfered In behalf of a girL Couldnt Stand Crltlacism Los Angeles CalChlcf of Pollco Alexander Galloway resigned and lieut of Police C E Sebastian will succeed hint on January 1 Chief Gal loways resignation was the result of adverse criticism Cop and Burglar Shot Detroit A burglar registered as George White of Cleveland was shot Ifnd dangerously wounded and Patrolman W MeAlonon was shot and so rlously Injured when McAlonon found the burglar hiding In a basement Altoona PaReturns In the miners election fnun District No2 which are now complete show a big change from last year National President T 1 Lewis who lost the district last year by 4000 Totes carried It this year bjr nearly AcO 7 fh i l il The New Years Feast The Children Table I To the Old YearBy Julia Jayne Walter O MANY weve f rcd wlntr1rt great times weve had as we journeyed side by side None other so intimate as thou I Nojthar friend save thou has witnessed my defeats no other so cheerily shared my triumphs When friends proved unkind thou dldst walk by my aide and counsel patience The imrU ot wounded affection were healed time alone endured Thou wouldst usher in a new day full of sunshine and the song of birds Its blessed healing power didst revive my drooping spirit and soothe all wounds Thou didst bring me friends from afar The meeting them in the flesh once again the looking into loving eyes and holding hands warm with the grasp of friendship proved a benedic lion after long years of wearying Reparation Tho turning point in ie came tr mecrucialwill make for weal or woe Thou didst accompany me each day while helped to guide young lives into mak ing safe departure from the beaten Sath Farewells have been aajd which VNw hearstrlngs end made them fresh Wlther new pangs g X 7 enagreat 0 old ways must turn 7 lsetmy r Sre No or how i forth i reading V J looking rsrsr r the v rre need courage 1 over aedwIth theeV glil and vthe way her hast Vt oth the n The By E gangster Over In Over our rain andover our loss Over our crown and over our cross Over the scars of our selfdenial Over swiftly the cprtcin falls Over the crowds and the solitudes Over our shifting hurrying moods Over the hearths where bright ilamea leap Over the pageantry ot life wUtly and surely from starry wallsionUv cwmva the curtain falls j v i JJ I I feel So much at MIme with thee Old Year Thy face so famlUar Is the face of an old friend But this stranger whtch comes on apace hurry ing to tiKe thy place and to usurp thy privileges I know naught of him I knov Jot what strange new ways he ma usher In He fills me with die tru t and forboding xie comes bringing vast possibilities fir treat things Who knows whether ae will realize his responsibility and seize the moment of achievement as soon as it Is presented If he proves to be a worthy heir of thine he may add materially to the worlds acquisi lion of tclenco Ere Ills llle be ended Tennysons dream may be realized navies grappling In the central blue Edison may be miking houses of cement which shall be adapted to rich and poor alike Wireless telegraphy and wireless telephoning may be as easily done as the same Is upon wires today Mr Stead may have bridged the gulf between tls land and the further shore with his spirit communications Medical scientists may have waged war against disease with such success that health may be reigning oer the earth Warfare between nations may have been made so destructive that universal peace will cover the land as- a mantto of green covers the earth But of Year should he Introduce all these Innovations he might also bring In his treiu sorrows and burdens new trials anA tons I shrink from letting him W 1 shall trust thyBou to lieworthy or his sire Old Year to be like thee Ida and sympathetic no matter what fata may bring to me Casting fears to tIle wind I look toward the future with tolling confidence asking only that strength may be given to bear whatever of ill or good fortune U i New Year may brine- Nevertheless I am loath to part with thee the friend of to many dear days that are gone lnt the irrevocable past Uoodby old year thou dost not go out of my life Though I shall see thy face no more the recollection of thy dIr will be sacred amove my heart inneraoat treasures Old year you shall not die We did so laugh and cry with you rve half a mind to me with you Old year If you oust die Dally Thouht New Tear coming on apace What have you to give met Bring you scathe or bring you gracs Face me with an honest face You shall not deceive me Be It good or be It what you will It needs shall help tne on my road My rugged road to Heaven please God Christina Q RosMttL Sceiia the New Year fa Ko man 3R ft rich he can afford to lose friends nor w poor be meeds to buy them The folly of before pork lies in that we ought to begin with pumpkins ew Years I Falls Margaret llss1OverblurndOverInweakneaadoneOer yearYear curtAJbfaUa dlcontentOver trialSowhereQuietly sleepOver yearYear friendship sUnsJeam GIrl Curtain ri Woman a Master Mariner Jane Morgan whose engagement to Admlralcently is a licensed master mariner and is one of the few women in the United States who have qualified to rigidIas- a master mariner hds commanded her fathers yacht the Waturus She la Qualified to command on all oceans and in 1907 the received a license ai apIIot on the Delaware river Miss Morgan wbq Isa daughter of Randal Morgan vicepresident of the United Gas Improvement company of Phlla delphia is popular in society She la an outdopr girl and is a member of several t iletlc organizations It woi rumored IB IMC she was engaged to Sir Thoma Jpton I Vd Shoulder Shet you thlnU Thai IcIV it 1HY I xo i lf f T i U J jr1 tit1 r 5V I f A r d i rir l1i N wSeril Story I f f l I Yr U When J a Man L id- C t 4-I i J yr STt SS Lftt i ltt BEGINSY SOON Jk Bur IN THIS t itm ffPIAJ I ji If orufJI JtrThis is thefthat under the rj ptname of a 7 SEVEN DATP t 1- 7 iskE41 3 such a great hit 1 V1 1 on the stage itf 1ir the cities S ii i Jt aU LijThis i Mrs Hfciy f f RbertRemhartt 1tbest work and is the i cleverest mystery T ft comedy V f Y i of recent years i d A society party quaran Jo v J tined an all too candid y v f aunt a policeman acting X itag dud cookand bottle Jwasher an isnseen thief Z II j 1ad 1oIlhoHBcterL SS f Start this storywith the first installmeiit and you will read the rest f0LT1 This is the ttf i f i mterestin f story ever of f ed our reac 3 4 4 i I I t j t JJ r k l VILLE OUTLOOJ J t H j UCLISHED WEEKLY iisviLLE rip cS rITILE OihL OKS subscription asQoflowsOne One Dollar Six months Sixty Cents Three months Thirtyfivc Cents commissions allowed yl 1cNOon subscriptions desiring a change should give previous tt taddress I 1en writing I 4 Correspondonts should always zJtcrns to iUJ not IntrI orr Zi I ossible SLP11t on a I j 1 Pi 4SW 1 or M01 J f st up In one day nor in tnre I Ff days o CorresnondcnltFjyitist give only news notlcesof anths LongI obituaries and verses will ccst 5cI a line of five average words each 4 Sign name to commufiica tions or they may go to thoAvaste 1II basket Advertisers wishing ac1nnnrrt p or djcontinuance 6f ad should FI infornrus the week previous to fi publication day Address all communications to W HONAKER Owingsville t kiJOHN vr tftj THURSDAY DEC 29 1910 I II I SLt COR fESPONDENCE I lJ t Pebble u Ia fr A Merry Christmas and haopy 4 c J New Y ar to TIlE OUTLOOK force t 1 and Its correspondents and many t readersJf f JI Mrs Mary Rodgers has been t 4 Very poorly for several days y Adie Hendrix has been sick a j few days but is better now 1 Carl Butler and Miss Lizzip Col k liver were married Dec 16 t 4 Wm Littleton gave the young ceitlyIS- bSPs fa4cMiy AlfredCarterjsSable l to tu stof tbetimI y h Robert Jines anH wife vvsite f relatives on White Oak Saturday rand Sunday James Crouch wife and son Clarence of Ashland attended the burial of Clint and Walter Allen at Owingsville Saturday They were nephews of Mrs Crouch They also visited Mrs Martha Manley of this place ret- urningIc home Monday 4 5C Album Shrout and wife of 1I Heynoldsville spent Christmas 4i 3 daywith B F Shrout and wife 1 Russell Shrout and wife visitede Ll relatives near Reynoldsville the 1 J first of the week y F John Oakley of Roes Run vis Jj lied Willie Hamilton and wi f e 4 I 4iv Sunday 9fitWhitbS4 were 7 j man and wife Monday i i rl 4 CroOk i i i Christmas passedoff quietly 1 here with the exception of a few iif drunk boys but no one was hurt S We surely had a white Christ masthistimet Mrs Floyd Ross and baby of I Stepstone visied relatives here Friday We wish the editor and all the I 4 readers of THE OUTLOOK merry Christmas and a happy and pros f perousNew gear Geu gtH H l1 IlHa rson I hereIkV child e ren are r at Win r Chester 4 k i1 Mrs John cloSe her school atJWe hsyalley Friday q It r i ahomce treat for the pupils 0 i Carrie Nixon closed her t 1school at Preston Friday Santa 1 distribIl5 A C Jones of Owingsville is t visiting friends here cS t Lee Gilbert of Midland is vis iitingrelatives here t II Stepstono t f iOV 4 fjjClay Blevins Lizzie and net spent fromThurs l turday with MISS Ella l h H in ilt Sterling i f 7Z r J s yd Ross and little son f 14 di eYlsitIng relatives in Ja fCt tfS 1 rt 1P 1 d Reynolds and faml i Ir l RoeBecraftare vis o t es at Olympiarf 4 r I i c 1 i1V 1 J v feo los MIller of Lexng 1 4 Jj 4 l ing her mother Mrs 1r nndfanul Jt+ H t trJ Afl1r iI t J t lt 1 ws4 i f t t q tkli firl1r r i trJ I tl Y ttlo b 1 i r tty y rt tr 1 c 11 7iItfl Jiid I r I pi t 1 t JJ fr or v 1 I lr Hri is= fra =p5aLittle Omar McQuithy and sif ter Georgia of HOards Mill are AIMcfElder N C Carpenter cants homo Friday for the Mrs A D Blsvins has been very sick the past week Dawson Carpenter spent from Monday till Friday with his sis ter Mrs Lewis Staton at Salt BalInetthere last week visiting Hattie Ramey and Artie MissesII Hale Sexton and Owingsville arc visiting Jo lay and IElmer and Arthur Karrick and Dallas and Stanley Turley of Winchester are visiting George Turley and S P Steele and fam ily LIB Wilson and two dangli tors Misses Emma and Annie of 4tissa are visiting J 11 Steole t 3 family N- Ilt Lillie Raymond Donohew of Sterling is visiting his uncle D Blevins and family Floyd Carpenter of Illinois is Visiting relatives here The Stepstonc Lodge Modern Brotherhood of America gave a free chicken supper Friday night Dec 23 x XS B AOxicr and wife of Pintsville visiting Mr and Mrs Frank Proctor r OIr Orval Hart and wifeirew parenthlJ Roy Jackson and wife of Co lumbus Ohio are visiting the family of his father J K Jack son and wife James Gray of Ashland is visiting hia mother Carl Penix of Ashland is vis iting his old home here Miss Ethel Swarts school dosed Friday It was her second term and she was very successful She gave the children a nicQ treat Jtfarried Sunday afternoon Dec 25 in their buggy at Pres ton Miss Anna Shultz and Ed Palmer The bride is the young est daughter of Mrs Martha Shultz of this place She is an youngladyfriends She will be greatly miss by her girl friends Miss Ethel Swarts accompanied them El nuptialJbrigand happy i the sincere wish of the writer Burns Johnson of Olive Hill joined his wife here last week Mrs Addie Swarts and daugh ter Miss Lizzie are visiting the formers brother Wm Bolcherin Ashland Clell Coyle and Sid Warren and their families of Roes Run and Mrs Clyde Peed and little daugh ter of Owingsville visited J P Copher and wife Sunday Married Dec 21 in Owings ville Miss Lillie Johnson and Jack Swarts They are a nice and deserving couple and we wish them much happiness and suc cess Tony Griggs and wife of MidI dletown Ohio are visiting tives near here Shelbyisvisitinghis Dr N T Clark is visiting rel atives in Winchester Mjss Olive Jackson lettsburg is visiting hWgrand parents Wm Jackson and wife tops likeiMai icehouses were filled J hereJast Week veryheavypeFacro hasbeen For ten days our roads have been almost impassable brfng a solid sheet oticft 5 JWe1 ughter of Win Turn er and wife is very ill with sear let feverIp Miss Alice Sanders has gon to spend Christmas with home folks at Poplar Plains Chas H Jones has bought a farm near Williamsburg and will move to it March 1 i We notice tobacco growers are stirred up like they never were before If an earthquake wont w9tte a man up then his is a hopelesscaseRay and wife visited relatives here from Saturday till Monday tThos Roberson has begun the new year right by becoming a reader of THE OUTLOOK James Crockett who was married at Ironton 0 last week to Miss Anna Jackson of Preston is a resident ofour town To THE OuTLooIc coepond ishinglorl ndsperoust 1 xt Pt 4l f1J fi j trr a HIi ES bo f fA IoWillie F Turner has Ueen ill at Indianapolis with blood poison CaIMiss Lutie Quisenbcrry closed 101 school Friday Bhe gave the holars a nice treat i i ive men killed am five or six wor nded in three days in Mont enoughIIO 2IIStanlcy parJntalIson ble and wife and is a most QX cellent young man Mrs Trim ble is laughter of Thos Crockett and wife She is handsome anU accomplished The many friends of this young couple wish for them a long and happy life uaossa happyNewanfrsUutsreaders MissIJohn II Jones 47 acres of lam on White Oak for 3500and went to housekeeping Monday Both arc as fine young people as the community affords and our best wishes are theirs Dec 16 Alfred W Butler so of Nace Butler and Miss Lizzie Colliver of Mrs maJWied Frank Jones and son Albert bougmiThos L Jones little farm of about 29 acres for 2750 and moved there last week J B Darnell will move to Jones home place just vacated next week N Thomas L and John H Jones mid families who left last week ror New Mexico to make their tjyholidaysmer with Mrs r gtcr IiC T S Garner the latter wi Thomas Jon t after which v Destination V Ed Garn r been in Mij t on account returned v t H 0 Svt in the West J t turnedTioni v and feeling Sw led him hoi ter John H Z lis came Christmns Miss Nan school at up i etItIl ij pupils i Born to Obe r and t 3 nee Ruth Gudtan 8lb b their firstborn if While all wer expecting it this community was grieved to hear of the death ofone of our nicest young men De 18 Dickie asI he was calle r lio only son Jas IL and Sallie Wilson wits one among thousands of his age faultless in habits He was of a quiet disposition kindhearted sober truthful honest industri ous always submitting to the will and obedience of his parents and the comfort and pleasure of his sister who have the sympathy of all in their sorrow The compliments of the season to the correspondents and readers of THE OUTLOOK wishing all a happy newycarS- UFFERINGFROM WOUND Jack Thomas son of Mark Thbm as who lives on the latters fair on Flat Creek while carrying an armful of tobacco some w eiz ttgt fea4stuclc the pointed end a t in to his cheek He ame to his fathers this week suffering very much from his wound and threa ened with lockjaw fNEW TOBACCO POOL meeting of the tobacco gvoweY of the Burley belt at Ldxingtoh last week was by those who had held aloof the fo theloldpropJerlowing report of the committee on permanent organization was unanimously adopted Mr Chairman and Gentlemen 7YoUr committee appointed poolinwthesihcounties in Kentucky Ohio Indiana Missouri nid Wet Vir as can and dp raise White Burley tobacco respectfully re port as follows First That we recommend the pooling of the 1911 crop in the same contract cut out 1912 crop that all the theI the Burley district are to send delegates to Lexington on the 5th day of 1911 to iJoi1 f I i j ic 1In r u n = devise ways and means to bring about this end For the purpose ofstrengthening the 1911 pool we also recommend the addition to the 1911 pool of any other un sold tobacco on handISecond We favor county or ganization and home rule Third We favor a reasonable per cent contract- Fourth We favor separate organization and recommend co operation with similar organizations Fifth We recommend that June Gayle Judge n F Hill the Hon Ill II Frohman be andI pointed a committee to take up the question of organization and confer with similar organizations and report at the meeting January 5 1911 Signed B F Hill chairman Henry county H M Bcsworth Fayette county C E Tate Linj coin county P 0 Minor county II M Frohman Carroll county Ed Gill Mercer county ne Gayle Owen county James POI grove Franklin county following address was VIrs isI the tobacco growers dicky ofII Vherea 3 rit a meeting of co growers who have not here rwore been affiliated with the atTsd for an independent orgaim tion of growers for c purpo of securing fair prices for their tobacco it was decided at this meeting to call a delegated con vention to meet at Lexington od Jan 5 1911 The growers in each county of the Burley district arc hereby directed to meet in thetI respective county seats on Sat4tr1 day Dec 31 1910 at 1 oclock p in and select delegates to attend the Lexington meeting to form a permanent organization and that said delegates be instructed a3to what action they maytake ChairmanW ly fi21- Ar i SM ARK hisJ0 J iion which he in certain older di r a certain penal i OUt little expe V6od man was so vhat he learned if one young man a jjiurglary that he uldoffer him some I l of what kind he pi manyIws following notiwe are I Te ohe siI tomorrow rejoined IaintHarusannahi hen it came her the usual ques jes do you take f roiir wedded hus 7 Forforworsets she EfVh1ine to take im wusser wy nyselflyaat1t THUND lTAND LIGHTENING A bishop came to visit d church where a colored minister was pre siding Loudly and with inuch gesticulation the preacher ro padfinishedand asked how he liked the her mon j The bishop answered Why pretty well but dont think you spoke too Well said loudIjthis way ning I tries to make up in thun clerLadics Home Journal THE TAX ONOU1CLOJITJ- To the Editor of the Courier Journal J5ist to ascertain the ffett of the tariff on mens cloth ttiL a gentleman in New York re ently wrote for a box of sam pies of cloths with respective es toa wellknown firm o- fjSh exporttailors The sam in due course This to supply suits to cus in any part of the world accordingtoclusive of course of duty and freight charges Suits of similar cloth would cost in New York from S13 to26fuUy double the price charged in England Accompanying the samples is a list of duties payable on an imported suit of clothes in various countries The United States heads tops the list with 90 per cent approximately Belgium charges 13 per cent Bermuda 10 per cent British Guiana 12J per cent Canada 30 per cent Cape Colony 12 per cent Jama ica 17 per cent Newfoundland 45 per cent Transvaal 12 percent The principal European countries charge duty of goods To import a suit of clothes into France costs 20 cents to Germany 36 cents to Italy 22 thesediminutiverate of duty towers like a skyscraper over railroad shed New York Dec 10 T R C J 4J11 t r f7 f r I c i j Report of the Condition of the Farmers Bank doing business at town of Owingsvhle county of Bath State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 15th day of December 1910 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 301760 63 U S and other Bonds i Stocks and Securities 15251 42 Due from Banks 76010 95 Actual Cash on hand 17452 65 Checks cash items and exchange for clearing 445 13 Overdrafts unsecured 22715 64 Current expenses and taxes paid 182 46 Realestate 4000 00 Furniture and Fixtures 1000 Total 5000 00 Total 438851 93 LIABILITIES 00iDeposits on which interest is not paid 301593 36 Due to Banks 1591 05 ITdtnl 438851 93 STATE OF COUNTY OF BATsetI J J Lacy Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief J J LACY Cashier Subscribed and swoprto before mc by J J Lacy this 22d day of December 19lQi1y commission expires January 31 1914 jJRBROTHER Notary Public 4I4 sd Correct Attest J B GOODPASTER J T KlMBROUGH J J LACY Directors JII Report of the Condition of the Salt Lick Deposit Dank doing business at the town of Salt Lick county of Bath State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 15th day of Dec 1910 RESOURCES Loans and DiscountsTT 91569 29 Duo from Banks 16708 31 Actual Cash on hand 5220 97 Checks cash items and exchange for clearing 957 73 Overdrafts Unsecured I 181671 Current expenses taxes paidT u 1629 67 Real Estate 2400 CO Furniture and Fixtures 1800 00 Total 4200 00 Total L 122102 6 f I yLIABILITIES Capital Stokpainin cash 15000 00 Surplus 12OOOQ Undivided profits 3376 60 Total 15376 60 Deposits on which interest is not paid 88094 75 Due to Banks 3631 33 Total 122102 68 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF BATH SetfL Allen H nuPoints Cashier of the above named Bank do solemn ly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowl edge and belief j ALLEN H POINTS Cashier Subscribed and svvorn to before me Allen H joints this 22d day of Dec 19lQSr My commission expires Jan 29 J H CAMPBELL Notary PublIC i Correct Attet t H LLIJ H Directors u H Report of tIle Condition ofJiio Owingsville Banking Company doingbusiness atthe town of Owingsville county of of Kentucky at the of business on tile 15th day of Dee 1910 RESOURCES Loans ard Discounts 108533 32 Due frm Banks v 6J Actual Cash on hand 4532 83 Checks cash and exchange for clearing 3 50 Overdrafts secueed and 37 Current expenses and taxes 26 Estate 3771 10 Furniture and Fixtures 96 4905 06 rTotal 138718 49 I LIABILITIES Capital in in cash X i 30000 00 Surplus 3700 00 Undivided profits 11184 24 1488424IDeposits on which interest is notpaid 77626 08 Deposits 9125501 Due to Banks 24 Notes and bills rediscounted 850 00 Other liabilities not included under any ofthe above headsRent collected jVi 26 0- 0Total13871849 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF sct II I T H Brown Cashier of the above named do solemnly swear that the above statement is true tothe best ofmy knowledge and belief T H BROWN Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by T H Brown this 26th day of Dec 1910 My commission expires Feb 2 1914 H C GUDGELL Notary Public Correct Attest BROWN Directors t UNAVOIDABLE DELAYA wo man went before the magistrate and modestly inquired Your honor can have a warrant for the arrest of my hus band He boxed my ears yester day Certainly maam replied the Judge will make out a warrant on the ground of assault and personal injuries Can the warrant in about month In a month Why you take it at once Please yer honor when my husband slapped my face took my rollingpin and hit him on the head that he had to be removed to the hospital The doctor says however that he will be on his legs again in month r l BERT If SZV JOHN Bath State close 8829 items 9007 paid 2907 Real 1133 Total stock paid Total 1703 BATH Bank fetch dont J M RICHART Prest f H GUDGELL T H I I I a I so a C PAY HEED TO ITDont blame us if THE OUTLOOK ceases com ing to you The U S postal law makes certain requirements of publishers with regard to sub publisherdoesnt paper is refused the privilege of subscriptionOUTLOOK will cease going to you through the mails No other course is open to us We try to notify subscribers by means of an arrow mark at their address when they should renew No matter what other publishers do THE OUTLOOK will observe the law tf Old papers for sale at THE OUTLOOK office x j i Jh iT u rL 7 rt tel PROPER TRAINING FOR A KING t I think said the heir appat IIIC rent that I will add mmjicand V r dancing to my accomplishments T f Arent they rather light They may seem so to you but they will be very handy if a rev olution occurs and I have to into vaudcvihleWashington Star I ALL FOR TIlE BESTFriend They say youve made a hundred thousand dollars since youve i been in office 1I heardFriend to iJ deny the story StatesmanNo It causes un pleasant gossip of course but it crcditClevelandLeade PRESENTS FROM PWhenpapa received a bronze statuette A for the mantel and an em broidered pillow for the sofa from his two fond daughters at Christmas hEy did not kick He even yearthewhen they found a brier pSpe and a shaving mug and a stockings they had hunpXurZpapa to fill THEY WORE IT OuTLiving 1 out on Manhattan avenue are two young women who are looking for stage work In the next flat t lives a young man who also wants theatrical engagement I n neither apartment is there a su perabundance cash Yesterday morning one of the girls decided to fry a couple of eggs for breakfast Fry them with bacon suggested the other Got none came from the first yesterdaY7 P IAwwho had suggested bacon I dont like unless theyre fried with bacon J The other had a brightjdea Ill tell you what Ill do she i said Ill go and borrow Georges bacon if he has any George was the young man in the next iiflat W She went next door and told her troubles to George He was willing to lend his bacon But he made her promise on her word of honor to return it She prom isedand returned to her flat triumphantly bearing the bacon s After the vere fried with the bacon she returned the loan George looked at his bacon ttwas badly warped F VI knew youd do ithe said frowning You got avaricious JYou fried it too much Youve1s worn out my bacottu The girls are going to get him some new bacon as soon as they can afford itNew York Tele i ii graph t J FGSALE r 1 HOUSE and 6 ACRE LOTfor SALE Any one wishing ta move to town and expectinpr ta keep horse and cow and raise lfihogs and chickens and have the ry advantage of theJaest school in the State of Kent f llfit you a Respectfully ri fS D THOMPSON 1025 JlI f ILIGHT YOUR HOME WITH THE DAYTONI Acetylene Gas Generator tbetter safer and cheaper than kerosene gasoline or coal gas nearest approach to sunlight rmost delicate shades can be and accurately distin guishedWell lJf Cistern Pumps pipe fittings the Perry pneu matic water system and plumb ing goods Oscar Palmer 0 vzngsvii1e t Ky L