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Miss Angie Young Jackson is visiting friends in Mt Sterling. Dr. Scott Goodpaster and wife, of Ashland, are visiting home folks. George B. Dawson is able to go about after a severe attack of C. W. Tipton KENTUCKY, -- THURSDAY, . .JULY - 25. 1912. NO. 3T Subscribe for The Outlook. Quarterly Court convened Monday Old Outlook efhee. School two-thir- papers for sale at The trustees will be elected in of the districts of the county Saturday, Aug. 3. There were three applicants for teachers' certificates at the examination Friday and Saturday. T. S. Shrout has some special buggies which he will self 3-- 4 6 . informer against the strikers. and wife wentto Corey was not at home, and his Why not have THBOUTLOOK do your A small troupe o factors gave Martinsville, Ind., Tuesday to wife, who has a young baby, was We can do it as welland as cheaply as yow can take treatment Court-hous- e much frightened. That night a performances at the have it done elsewhere, quantity and quality conWednesday and Thursday nights Please try this jar. Mrs. Mary P. Ficklin, of Win- house owned by the company was burned. This house was at first of last week. sidered. chester, is visiting her mother, It will meet your approval. erroneously reported to be the one Run over this list and see if there isn't something- Extra wide mouth and sanitary. Shrout's stock of furniture is' Mrs. Eliza Dawson. in which Corey lived. in it you need. complete. If you wish to save Mrs. Emu Feters, of beorgej It is said that the party exxour grocrr has nonr in stock, insist on his fretting them for you. money see him before you buy town, came Friday to visit ThoS Receipts, Letterheads, plain their visit to Corey by say4 furniture or buggies. J. Peters and wife. Noteheads, Labels, ing they went to inform Mrs. CoAlso, ask for Sanicap Tops for your Mason jars. Wm. Hart went Thursday to rey that there was $4's worth of Envelopes, Invitations, The Outlook one year and the They are cleaner and more sanitary.. Louisville Evening Post each day visit his daughter Mrs. Lee Dale, groceries to her credit at the Billheads, Cards, store. except Sunday until after the No- in Woodford county. Posters, Statements, Warrants were sworn out by vember election for S1.G0. Mrs. Jouett Byron and sister Dodgers,' Pamphlets, Corey against Morton WarMrs. 50-- 3 Jesse 6. Hampton had a fine Miss Stella Thomas are visiting ren, Will Roe Goodpaster, John Your grocer can get these jar? through Blank Forms of all kinds. young horse to choke to death relatives in Lexington. W. Vinson, Roe Purvis and HarCURRY. BROWN & SNYDER, LEXINGTON, KY. We have both ragand bond (or linen) writing paper, ruled Fantly Johnson, of Frankfort lan Purvis, the two latter being with a halter at the home of Mrs. EIva Catlett Saturday night and unruled (for typewriter), rag and bond envelopes. came up Saturday to visit his brothers of Mrs. Corey. We put writing papers in tablets with blotting paper coyer, Mrs. A. W. Jones. The accused men were taken The Owingsville base-ba- ll club sister if so desired. Saturday before Magistrate went to Flemingsburg Friday and Mrs. Green Garrett, of Win- on chester, was here Saturday to see Thos. J. Young, who set their in the afternoon was defeated by ' 6 Big Days and Nights Commencing a club of that town by 11 to 7. her daughter Mrs. Carl Hendrix. trial for Tuesday, July 23, at Salt We have for sale in any quantity blanks, such as Lick. Their bond was placed at Miss Bernice Walker, of Mont- $200 each, which they came here The ladies of Slate Valley Chrisdeeds, mortgages and oil leases. ATJG-TJST gomery county, was the guest of and gave late Saturday afternoon. TEL tian Church will serve Address Saturday night July Mrs. Sam Crooks the first of the At the examining trial Tuesat the church America's Greatest Horse Show ' day all were acquitted. 27, proceeds for benefit of church. week. Adjutant General Roger WillMiss Eva McKinivan returned OWINQSVILLE, Ky. The firm of Denton & Honaker Saturday from a visit to her sis- iams, of Lexington, came to the 5 Big Saddle Horse Stakes 25,000 in Premiums being dissolved those owing it ter Mrs. Voris Vanlandingham, mines Saturday night to report Running and Harness Races Splendid Display of Every Class must settle their accounts. on the situation to the Governor. at Sadieville. Daily 52-of Live Stock C. W. Honaker. A deputy State Fire Marshal Will Arnold, of Frankfort, visCard op Thanks. We take ited his grandmother Mrs. Daw- also went to investigate the burnCOURIER-JOURNA- L this method of expressing our son and others from Saturday un- ing of the house on the ore mines property. heartfelt thanks to those who so til Monday morning. Sonsational Free Acts Dally , ' kindly assisted us in the late illMrs. Oll Snedegar's Death. Wm. L. Killpatrick, ol-M- t. The Greater Parker Shows ness and burial of our son. Mrs. Oil Snedegar breathed her Sterling, joined his family last R. A. Ewrr and Family. week on a visit to the family of last about 2 o'clock p. m. Wednes- See the Big Floral Parade the .First Day day, July 17, at her home, in the .A T When W..H. Daugherty. XT" vn. m You cannot keep posted on current polit--eastern suburb of OwingsviU! ' REDUCED RATES ON ALL RO,' I t tat irattneadAlfred Butler of near Taylors- - She had been in bad health fa iabel r o- -r 0 d ical events unless you read tft& snavi3-ii Catalog or further information address to ns tMt your subscription nas viirercsiriira? r G r?e ATPeec son; A3 s crd critically i' He report lest expd.ad.if6lf want the pa-- j and family doing well. BAIN, Secretary, ? J.1 rJ services were he !... per longer you must pay up. tf Mrs. Alice Perry spent last theresiue.ic by Elder N, C. Car p.m. Thurs Slate Valley Meeting. The week with her daughter Mrs. penter at meeting at Slate Ford Patterson, returning home day, after which the body was Iirotr&cted Church that was to Mt Sterling Monday. Lou.t v'Ie, Ky.- -H borne to the David Bailey burial postponed on account of Elder ground, north of town, and interMrs. Charles Spurlock, T S. Tinsley being bitten bjr a Hoopeston, 111., came July 17 of red in the presence of numerous to rabid dog will be held, beginning visit her parents, Wm. Hedrick relatives and friends. name was next Monday, July 29. Deceased's maiden and wife, near Wyoming. Mary Ann Butcher and she was Potato Curiosity. Frank B. Walter Hancock, who had been a daughter of Wm. Butcher and Allen brought to town a potato vine with about a dozen and a the guest of Jas. Turley and fam- his first wife, deceased. She was hard-foug- ht creek. half small potatoes growing on ily for several weeks, left for his reared on White Oak and one Her sisThursday. father, two brothers the vine above ground on places home at Eustis, Fla., ter survive her: Jim Curg; Lou, usually occupied by the leaves. Mrs. Chas. Warren and daugh wife of Perry Goodpaster: and The "Oldest Inhabitant" never ter Miss Maud, of Ashland, after Lee. She left her husband and saw anything like it before. a visit to the former's mother, four children: Herman, Ann LizJ Pooled Tobacco Sold. The Mrs. Laura Kash, returned home zie, Louis Perry, and Eddie D. Burley Tobacco Society has closed Thursday. She was a highly esteemed lady out all of the 1909 pooled tobacco Mrs. A. S. Ammerman and lit and her decease is mourned by AND at 8c and upward. There was tle son Stanley, Jr., of Wynne, many friends. The bereaved fam about 102,000,000 pounds of it Ark., were expected Wednesday ily have much sympathy iu their THE OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK and it was mostly sold on the on a visit to her brother Roger sorrow. One of the Big Acts with the Parker Show at the Blue Grass Fair. Lexington, Louisville and Cin- Ammerman. Both one year for cinnati markets. The report this Farmers' Union Speaking. Prof. Eubank, 6f Winchester. Wm. M. Martin, A. M., Assist VmcKeeWright. seems to be authentic time The news of Estate Divided. --Jeff L. Atcheditor of an educational jour ant State Organizer of the Farm wedding Died of Meningitis. Nellie nal, and Prof. John E. Groves, ers Union, will deliver public the Cynthiana,of Thomas McKee, ison and Mrs. Mamie Tipton have and Miss Mary divided the real estate of their e Bath county teacher, addresses at the following times of Belle Darnell, aged five years, an Wright, of near Sharpsburg, in father, the late Johnson M. Atch daughter of Thos. Darnell. Jr.. but now a Florida real estate and places: $1.00 a year. We can Regular price of Weekly Courier-Journand wife, of near Wyoming, died man, are attending the Institute. Bald Eagle Friday night, July New York City, July 9 seems to ison, they being the only heirs, have been a great surprise to! on the following basis: in 26. also make a special rate on Daily or Sunday Courier-Journmeningitis last Thurs oi bram J. L. Atchison takes the 140- - combination with this paper. day. July 18. She was taken ill Dud Warner and Mr. and Mrs. Naylor Saturday night, July 27. family and friends of the con acre farm just south of Wyoming Tunnel Hill Monday night, tracting parties. To get advantage of this cut rate, orders must be sent us, not but a few days previously. Be W. T. Warner entertained Satur of The published reports are to m the torks of Lickinsr river and to Courier-Journa- l. the attack she told her moth day at the home and the latter on July 29. fore Mrs. Orval to the er that she had had a beautiful Slate creek Mr. Fassett's Tuesday night, July gaged effect that they were en- Slate creek, known as the Collins to be married next Decem- farm, at $95 per acre; and the dream to the effect that she had Hart and Miss Minnie Marshall, 30. and Miss Sarepta Withdrew from Race. E. Both in the Same Boat. A Gudgell Hill Wednesday night. ber. The bride went to New residence in Owingsville for 54- died and gone to Heaven. When of NewportOlympia. Jackson, of York City and Mr. McKee met 000, it being known as the Con H. Hitchins, of Carter county, missionary worker in New OrJuly 31. taken ill she said she would not has withdrawn from the race for leans was visiting a reformatory get well, but was going to the Prof. C. A. Leonard, of Lee Sharpsburg Thursday night, her there. They were married, ner place. Congressional near that city not long, ago when and Mr. McKee came back home, Mrs. Mamie Tipton takes the the Republican August 1. place of her dream. Collegiate Institute,Jackson,Ky., beautiful leaving his bride there. She was farm, on lower Slate nomination in this district It is she observed amon;jbefnnv?ies. East Fork Friday night, Au Funeral services were held at was a caller at this omce Mon expected home last week. creek, part of the "Old Will" said that he will act with the Pro an old acquaintancea negro lad, the grave conducted by Rev. E. day. Prof. Leopard has made gust 2. party in the ensuing long thought to be a model of inThe bride is a of Mr. E. Holmes, after which the in two visits to this town, in the Pebble Saturday night, Aug. 3. and Mrs. Ben T. daughter of near Atchison farm, at 85 per acre. gressive tegrity. campaign. Wright, Monday night, Au Sherburne terment was made in the Ow past twelve years. His parents "Jim!" exclaimed the mission Sharpsburg, and is an attractive v-ingsville Cemetery shortly after taught school at the old Bath gust 5. THE PANAMA CANAL. Buggy Sales. T. S. Shrout worker, "is it possible I find you noon Friday. ttethel Tuesday night, Aug. 6. and popular young lady. following here?" Seminary during and for a few has sold buggies to the Mr. McKee is a son ot Miles Uncle Sam is legislating Okla Wednesday night, Aug. 7. The sorrowing parents have years after the Civil war, leaving persons since July 1st: "Yassum," blithely responded McKee and wife, of Harrison to Dole ror the world from Dole the sympathy of many friends in here in 1867 or 1868 to reside in Jackson Thursday night, Au county, John E. Goodpaster, D. O. the backslider. "I'se chargH-wi- th his mother having been And establishing canal rates their bereavement Mt Sterling. The elder Prof. gust 8. Baird, J. L Baird, Robt. Horsestealin' a barrel of swer. With a universal toll. Kendall's Spring Thursday 2 before marnage Miss Nannie Leonard is now 81 years old and man, Edgar Cassity, Claude Can- potatoes." Lee Jones, daughter of Tom Jeff But with subsidy for shipping Hot. Rainy Season. The is making his home with his m., August 8. non, Edward Carrington, John The visitor sighed. "Yon Jones and wife, deceased, who Of his own internal sway temperature a good part of the daughter Ruah. who is married Sorrell. Robert Whitton. John El- Jim!" she repeated. "I am sur ed near Sharpsbilrg. To build up merchant vessels past week was intensely and living on a farm near Colum Oscar Palm time the Great Success. lington, Will Clark, Robert Car- prised, In this great republic day hot relieved for brief periods by bia, Mo. Prof. Leonard finds er s new patent Diuegrass seec ter. R. M. Crouch. Jeff Staton, Team Ran Away. On Wed "Yassum." i;d Jiv. "So w a cooler temperature following a this town greatly changed and stripper was thoroughly tried We shall not submit our virtue Mrs. Rachael Collins, Joe Doyle, I, or I woulc'n le here nesday afternoon of Jast week on the farms of Carroll and improved, and sees few of the rain. E. C. Barber, Robert Nixon. pincott's. Austin Gudgell oa White Oak left To the vote of other men Hamilton last week and di Hard rains tell nearly every old familiar landmarks left To the Hague or any council his team to a mowing machine day. In some sections the soi that has been claimed for it Institute Conductor Injurstanding while he went away on Or within a monarch den; was washed away worse than Pastor Installed. Rev. W, great advantages of this machine some errand. The "animals beBut maintain our perfect free- ed. Prof. J. W. Ireland, of Stanford, who had been employed to nearlv ever known before. A. Hopkins was installed as pas over all other seed-stAdministrate dom came frightened, ran away and was seriously im- tor of the Presbyterian Church are that it strips and sacks Bath County Teachi plunged through a wire For home rule and la w and right, conduct the was so severely inpeded, and considerable loss was Sunday night with impressive seed, requiring but the driver to fence, cutting the horses so that ers' Institute, All persons i And if assaulted wrongly suffered from the hay that had ceremonies. The following min- - operate it; and while other ma 29 stitches had to be taken in We shall quickly charge and fight. jured in a railroad wreck one day against the deceas.' been cut last week that he telegraphed the isters,particinated in the services: chines strip three to five acres a their wounds. A wheel was bro we must rule our own posses Superintendent that he would to present them On Sunday afternoon the ram Rev. I. Cochran Hunt, of St. He day this machine will easily strip ken off of the machine. acres a fell in town in sheets. Perhaps lens: Rev. J. S. Hagms. of Ox twenty to twenty-fiv- e not be able to conduct the Insti- toR. G. KER) sions tute here, and Prof. C. F. Mar- Sterling, Ky., af as much water fell in a given time ford; Prof. A. C. Leonard, of day. Mr. Palmer is devising a Found Guilty. A jury at And without a prince or pal as ever before. The accompany Jackson. - There . was a special Dlan to run the stripping and Jackson, Miss frund W. J. Rice To disturb our great fee simple tin was employed in his place. debted to the es Later Prof. Ireland concluded to Bigstaff are reo ing lightning was terrific Many song service by the choir assist sacking machinery by a small gas- guilty on the "ua. ?e of swearing In the Panama Canal con ed hv. the fmlendid vocalist Mrs. oline engine. When this is done falsely in a r p." of the conditeleDhones and electric-ligThat shall intermarry nations come and arrived on time to be- the undersigned nections were burned out Light Flora Kagland-Hil- l, it will require but one horse to tion of his Cetri! Bank of Miss- Through our splendid liquid way. gin the Institute Monday morn as soon as post ; of eefcuumended the Floating the freight of com ing. , whose'solo singing was draw the machine while at work issippi, but D.i ning struck a chimney at; Judge prisoner to the mercy of the merce in the field, thus saving the-lA. N. Crooks' residence and dam of, the usual high quality. Administrator v.i Heavy paper to go under car- of James M. Bif i aged it considerably, as well as bor of one horse and at least one court. Rice was formerly a bank' From Albion to Cathay! Subscribe for the Outlook, d man. er at Morehead. John A. Joyce. pets at The Outlook office. 3 the roof by falling brick. very low price for cash or credit gastritis. at a Lawlessness broke out again at the mines of the Rose Run Iron Co., cast of town, when about G o'clock p. m. Wednesday, July 17, two bents of a trestle on the company's railway leading to the sawmill were blown up by some explosive. A railroad tie charg-e- d with explosive was found placed across the track. A train was stopped just before reaching the obstruction. On Friday a party of men went to theliome of Willis Corey, rumor has it, to do violence to Corey on the charge of being an Lawless State of Affairs. EUGENE MINIHAN, Sanety Fruit JcUTS Manufacturer of ; all kinds. High-Gra- de Hand-Ma- de SADDLES AND HARNESS Mail orders promptly filled. Owingsville, Ky. SanTcap JOB PRINTING. print!? Tops 3-- old-sty- le -- BLUE GRASS FAIR -- -- ice-crea- m 12 f HE OUTLOOK, FOR 1912 Innes Band of .America t. . t -- ( JOii .jy - .- I This ymm Presidential Year f THE TARIFF will be the issue and the battle will be a one. You can, get the Weekly Courier-- ournal old-tim- $1.60 al al 220-ac- re j Hay-maki- ng . ht k Peters-burg,V- a. a high-price- 2-- v ... ,7 , V CONGRESSMAN AND HIS FIANCEE DEMURRERS UPHELD OF DEFENDANTS CONTENTION ADMITTED BY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. Legal Point Concerning Commercial Scales Is Settled That Is or Interest to Entire State. Ky. The fourteen in Lexington, dictments which last May were re turned by tho grand Jury against vari ous grocers and market men, charg- Inc them with using false scales In their sales, were all thrown out of Attorney Commonwealth's court. John It. Allen admitting that the de murrers were well sustained, as he said the law In this state did not cover the point complained of In tho scales. W. P. Kimball attorney for tho de fendants, had argueU there was no that the scales falsely weigh ed and stated moreover that they were absolutely correct as to weight. The computing chart, he said, was but a matter of convenience, both to seller and buyer, and It cbuld not be shown the scale was false In, computing tho value of tho article? sold, leaving out the break of a half cent. Mr. Kimbali asked the court to sus tain the demurrer on the ground that the Indictment did not specify In what respect the scale was false. Com. monwealth's Attorney Allen said that he could not agreo with Mr. Kimball that the scales complained of were arithmetically correct, but ho did be lieve It wns commercially correct, as tho custom all over tho country was for merchants to give and take In tho matter of a fraction of a cent in the selling price of an article, where weight determined the value. Col. Allen said ho was of the opinion the make of scale complained of In the indictment was correct as to weight, but the law made no provlslon for punishment where the alleged offense was In the computing chart. COL. GEORGE1 W. BAIN UP TO LEGISLATURE NEW N THE PHILIPPINES. DENEEN CANNOT APPOINT SENATOR. Under Lea Resolution Election Wat Invalid, the Legislature Alone Having the Power to Act. Springfield. Ill, July 19. Attorney General Stead, in a voluminous opinion, rendered to the governor Wednesday, holds that the unseating of Senator Lorimer creates no vacancy and Governor Deneen has no power to appoint a successor. Whether a special session of the legislature will be called at once so that Lorimer's successor may be elected has not been decided. Gov ernor Deneen declined to discuss this phase of tho situation. lie said he had not decided what he would do. In contending there is no vacancy within the meaning of the Constitu Distinguished Kentucklan Who Is Lec tion, Attorney General Stead cites as Chautauquai analogous the cases of Lee Mantle Many at turing Throughout the United States. of Montana and Matthew S. Quay of Pennsylvania. Mantle had served a full term, the Montana legislature. BAD WRECK IS AVOIDED though In but session and legally organ ized, failed to elect bis successor. to ap Passengers on Sleeper In Covington The state executive proceeded a vapoint, contending there was Are Saved by O.ulck Work of cancy. but the federal senate decldea Conductor. New Orleans Girl Spends Several Months on Islands. Writes of Her Trip on a Coastwise Boat and the Strange Menu Served to the Party In Picturesque Native Town. Manila, P. L "We were Invited to' spend several weeks In this province. and as It was likely to prove a novel ex perience, we came," says Mrs. Marcia. Dorothy Ryar, a New Orleans girl who spent several months In the Philip pines. "We took the coastwise boat, which below stairs was crammed with na tives, ponies. c&,rabaos, vegetables, tho inevitable fighting cocks (a native neglects his family, but never his gamecock), fish, smell and babies. On the upper deck, however. Be neath an awning, we were comfortable enough In steamer chairs. been announced of Congressman Theron E. Catlln of St. Louis, Mo., and Miss Laura MerTHE encasement hasformer GoTemor and Mrs. W. R. Merrlam of Minnesota. Mr. Catlln is a Republican and daughter of j..-- .in NinmiL Miss Catllr. Is very prominent In Washington m Mi iir.1 ti i. declar-ing'ha vote of 6 to 3 the national house election commmlttee on Thursday voted to oust Catlln, society. Br was obtained by fraud. teat inn lt PARKER HAD MILLION ' AIDS DARROW'S CASE LINCOLN STEFFEN8 GIVE3 PORTANT EVIDENCE. IM- WARSHIPS TWO OUT OF EIGHT ITALIAN TOR. PEDO BOATS SUNK BY TURKS. IN W. F. SHEEHAN OF NEW YORK TELLS SENATE OF DEMO-- j CRATIC CAMPAIGN FUND. MONEY, oof Magazine Believed Writer Will Be Deciding Factor In Reaching a Verdict. Testimony iTRUST WAS BARRED (Chairman of Executive Commltteo From Check for $10,000 Suflar Corporation Wat Returned j ' to the Donor. July 20. Whea, Alton 3. Parker ran for president la 190, the "democratic campaign fund con tained about $1,000,000. said W. F. Sheehan of New York, who testified Thursday before the senate commit tee Investigating- - campaign funds. Mr. Sheehan 2lhen chairman of the Democratic national executive com- Washington. a ' mm. be said, to Maine, Colorado r xw Ik. "Yai ka. 4cess declared the commit- j Los Angeles, Cal, July 19. Lincoln StefTens, writer on government, poll-tic- s and labor and the man who was credited largely at the time 'with having yught about the settlement of the McNamara cases, took the stand for'the defense in the bribery trial of Clarence S. Darrow. and gave Impressive and in .minute detail the history of the McNamara' pleas of guilty. Steffens testified that on Saturday before the arrest of Bert Franklin, on the following Tuesday, November 28. Darrow consented that If It wa neces sary in order to affect a settlement of the McNamara cases, be would let J. J. McNamara plead guilty, as well as J. B. McNamara, Steffens testified further decision ct Darrow waa ke. "Lt wpnhtaiseir 'SEA" l"" T FIGHT OFF DARDANELLES Six Others Are Seriously Damaged by Bombardment From the Turkish Forts Rome In Ignorance of the Engagement. Constantinople, Turkey, July 12. The entrance of, the Dardanelles were attacked Friday by eight Italian tor pedo boats. The Turkish forts replied vigorously," sinking two of the Italian war ves sels and damaging the other six. Tho cannonade lasted 5 minutes. The cabinet ministers were called hurriedly to the palace, where at a of war It wan decided to c so -- '.he Dardanelles. .V was A nnnlntpd rjje t4jhe beglnnlngot contribut ?." bo- - rtnirpeace negotiations, that feffinrerslTnl tack on the straits has undertaken 'General Frank H. Hitchcock on Wednesday told the senate committee Investigating campaign contributions of 1901 and 1S08 that the records of the funds used in President Taft's election, as filed at Albany, N. Y, were correct. Mr. Hitchcock .said the total, collected through various agencies of the committee In 1908 was $1,655,518.2". Of this amount $620,160 was collected In various states and handled by the state committees. No contribution was received from a corporation, Mr. Hitchcock sald.be-caus- e WOMAN ADMITS FATAL ERROR congress had Just passed a. law prohibiting 1L Operator Testifies She Misunderstood Order That Caused Burling, jiGOTHAH GAMBLER IS SLAIN ton Wreck. Chicago, July 2L "I misunderstood Widow Charge That Accused Mem- an order." bers of New York Police Mrs. Julia A. Wilcox, said to be a Force Killed Him. former inmate of the hospital for the New York, July 18. Herman Rosen insane at Dunning, III, and block thai, proprietor of a gambling house. signal operator at Western Springs, who was to have amplified to District the scene of last Sunday's wreck on "Attorney Whitman a. story told a few the Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy days ago, charging certain police o fa railroad, accounted for the catastrocials with grafting and oppression, is phe. She said her error in a telephone dead at the morgue here with, five bul order whereby she unnecessarily had stopped two trains, had caused the lets In his bead. While the police are holding a man confusion which brought about the Is Louts BIbby, as collision. who says fc1 the driver1 of the automobile from Her admission was wrung from a which five men shot Rosenthal to mass of evasive and argumentative death, the latter! widow puts the as testimony given at the coroner's in sassination squarely up to the police. quest held at La Grange, 111, on Thurs of the shooting de day. The clare that at least one policeman was The inquest was a fourfold investi in the automobile when the shots were gation of the disaster in which thir Ared. teen lives were lost. -- Mr. Sheehan, "by the Sugar- - Refining company not byRrrj 'iiavemeyer to tne state commiuee. before the check waa cashed we heard About it and it was returned." j Washington, July, 19. Postmaster in Thefewas $10,000 AsricanLuf Darrow This bombardment of the entrance wovld not agree to ar.y terms that did to the Dardanelles is the second at 3i incjuae me aiscnarge oi j. j. Further, the witness testified that on Sunday, November 26, he and Darrow and former Judge Cyrus F. McNutt of the McNamara counsel, went to the county Jail and disclosed the plans to the McNamaras and secured their separate consent to the plan which involved changing their pleas to guilty. Judge McNutt died since the begin ning of the Darrow trial. In consequence Steffens' testimony on these two facts, it seems, can, in the nature of things, have no other corroboration than the testimony of Darrow himself. It the Jury believes Stetffens, his testimony probably will become the deciding factor In the verdict war. Aegean sea and the Sea of Marmora since the outbreak of the Turco-Itallan connecting the Rome, Italy, July 22. The Italian government, according to a note Issued here Friday, knows nothing of the reported action be tween a flotilla of Italian torpedo boat destroyers and the Turkish forts at the entrance to the Dardanelles. seml-offl-cl- wrecked. Louisville, Ky. The first regimental parade of the First Regiment of the NEW REDRYING PLANT Kentu;ky State Guard slnco the reorganlzatlon and the election of Col. W. A. Colston was held at the armory American Tobacco Company Plans Big and was so well attended that the big Operations In Kentucky. hall was too small for certain forma Lexington, Ky. The American Totions desired by the commanding ofllcer. CapL Charles H. Morrow, 18th bacco Co. will put In operation soon United States Infantry, who Is on a redrylng and storage house on the duty with he Kentucky troops, com lot which it has leased from the Land pllmented officers and men by saying Tobacco Redrylng & Storage Co., and that the regiment as a whole made a oa which the latter Is now constructAig a new building to be used by the most creditable showing. Hundreds of men and women wer$ Sssees. The plant when ready for op- In the galleries and applauded the a. I (ration. It Is said, will e one of the olutlons of the men, as vvell Tgest nl finest conducts; rious .V Mi....! i ' obacco Co, in Kentucky. land.: b?if"Kobert (Jain's The property fronts 170 feet Jn Bol- - mm Co. F. acted as colors com- - Ivhr street and the CincipnatI Pouth-eiri company. railroad, and runs' back 24J feet pany. After the parade an election was Under the terms ot the contract the held to fill the office of major of the Land Tobacco Redrylng & Storage Second Battalion. CapL Cain nomi Co. agrees to construct a large redrynated CapL B. J. Stark and the nomi- lng and storage house on the propnation was seconded by CapL W. erty mentioned, and leases, the im Caye. There being no other nomina provements, together with the real Cc-ftions, CapL Cain was Instructed to estate, to the American Tobacco a period of five years at a rental cast the unan'mous vote for CapL ot $5,500 a year, with the privilege on Stark. the part ot the American Tobacco Co. of renewing the lease at the end ot TO HAVE TWO GOVERNORS five years at the same rental. 1 V. V, n Covington, Ky. Passengers aboard a sleeper on L. & N. train No. 32 from Jacksonville, Atlanta and Knosvllle narrowly escaped Injury at the Willow street crossing In Central Coving ton, but were saved by L. & N. Con ductor Bailey. Tho train had been flagged by a Big Four freight crew which was shunting a cut of cars over tho crossover track. Later the freight cars were divided to permit the passage of the passenger train. A trainman signaled Engineer Clark, of the L. & N., to come ahead, but evidently the Big Four engineer mistook the sign for himself and backed bis cars across. A day coach on the passenger train was lipped from end to end. and the dining car which followed was torn along its side. Following this camo HOLDS ITS FIRST PARADE the sleeper, which contained 15, passengers. Realizing the danger to these. Conductor Bailey frantically Large Crowd Turns Out to See Ken waved a stop signal, and his engineer halted tho train Just as the forward tuuky Guards Perform Maneu vestibule was knocked off and vers Major Chosen. town, very odd with its native straw hnta on stilts, and Its crazy streets with cats, strings of fish and children. Also cocks and cockpit and the that the legislature's failure to elect Jungle behind it alL did not create a vacancy as constitu "There a banca, a clumsy, canoe- tionally considered. The facts In the shaped native boat, decidedly top- Quay case are substantially the same. heavy and uncomfortable, met us. It The opinion Incidentally sets forth was paddled expertly by natives, that the senate "Investigation was not In their scanty attire, and: to Inquire into tho conduct of Mr. wearing at their belts knives quite Lorimer as senator. It did not expel large enough to make mo shudder. We him, but It determined that his elecr arrived at the station to see a magnifition was invalid, and therefore.tecncent sunset and eat a unique dinner. nlcally, thero had been no election. On the menu were of course many "That evening we reached a native uo familiar dishes, bnt besides there were bananas sliced crosswise, thin CONGRESS fried crisp, tasting like eggplant, a and couzln to the cucumber, roasted, a Representative Catlln ef Missouri Is salad made from cocoanut buds with, Ousted From House, But Wlnt mayonnaise. I did not like It at all Bride Same Day. rice like popcorn, bamboo' shoots. chicken with curry and a, Jelljside Washington. July 22. While the so from flowers, which tasted like curciety columns of Washington newspa- rants, also a drink of cocoanut milk, pers were announcing Friday the en which it awful. gagement of Representative Theron E. "The house is a darling. It is large, Catlln of Missouri to Miss Laura Mer native In style, ot straw and bamboo daughter of former Gov. William rlam. R. Merrlam of Minnesota, the house elections committee No. 2 was report ing that Representative Catlln'a election to congress had been obtained by fraud and declaring his seat vacant. The vote In the committee was 6 to 3, the record having shown that $13, 000 was expended by the candidate and his father, Daniel Catlln, a reof SL tired tobacco LOSES SEAT IN e Louis. It was contended on behalf of the accused representative that most of this money was expended by his father without his own personal knowl edge, but this bore no weight with the members of the committee ir I v IMPORTANT ITEMS NSH NAME CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE Announcement of Selection Is Made by Democratic Nominee Himself After Several Hours' Conference. Sea Girt, N. J, July 20. The cam paign committee which is to run Governor Wilson's campaign for "president was selected at a conference at the nominee's summer, home hero Thurs day. It consists lows: of 14 members, as fol SSSSSK'4 William F. McCombs of New York. chairman; Josephus Daniels of North Carolina, Judge Robert S. Hudspeth of New Jersey. Wlllard Salusbury of Delaware, Col. Robert Kwlng of Louisiana, A. Mitchell Palmer of Pennsylvania, Joseph E. Davles of Wisconsin, former Judge Will R. King of Oregon, all members of the national comml- tee, and from outside the national committee Senator Thomas P. Gore of Oklahoma, Senator James A. O'Gorman of New York, Senator James A. Reed of Missouri, Congressman Daniel J. McGlllIcuddy of Maine, Congressman Albert S. Burleson of Texas and William O. McAdoo of New York. Green Invites Boards of Trade of Louisville and Nashville Palntsvllle. Ky. The Institute wav to Conference. heWhere with SupL Jay O'Danlel presiding and SupL J. W. Ireland, ot Bowling Green, Ky. A resolution Stanford, as Instructor. There wns a was adopted by the council to extend great throng of teachers, trustees and to the members of the Louisville and visitors. Mrs. Charles P. Weaver Nashville Boards of Trade an invita- made an address on School Improve tion to meet In this city In the early ment Leagues. State Supervisor T. part of August for the purpose of dis J. Coates addressed the Institute. cussing the matter of resurfacing the Miss Cora Wilson Stewart came from old Louisville and Nashville turnpike. Palntsvllle and made an address on The Louisville boosters are expected the night school work. Tho teachers to come here In fifty automobiles filled and trustees pledged themselves to with good roads enthusiasts, Including organize night schools to teach illlt Gov. James B. McCreary. The Nash erates and those of limited education. ville boosters will have a large repre There was great enthusiasm. sentation headed by Gov. vBen W. Hooper, ot Tennessee. It was decided CONTRACT IS AWARDED. during the recent visit of the Falls City boosters to the Rock City to hold Danville. Ky. T. C. 'ooney waa this meeting herq. Mayor Gils E. Townsend and City awarded the contract to construct th Attorney Max B. Harlln will make $10,000 tobacco warehouse for tho LIkpreparations to give tho visitors a cor- gett Si Meyers Tobacco Co. The build dial welcome, and a big time is ex- ing Is to be located on the Kentucky Supply Co.'s grounds near the depot pected. and will be completed In time for the fall tobacco crop. Bowling . LAWRENCE COUNTY TEACHERS Washington-Jul22. The Impeach ment court which will try Judge Rob ert W. Archbald of the commerce court, after a brief session here Friday, fixed August 3 as the limit for all formal answers in the case and then adjourned until July 29 without decid ing If the trial shall go on this summer or go over until falL Washington, July 20. The senate adopted a unanimous consent agree ment for the disposition of the pending tariff bills. It was agreed the wool bill should be disposed of on the calendar day of July 25. excise bill July 26, and sugar bill July 27. Pittsburg, Pa.. July 20. It was said here that Charles M. Hays, the pres ident ot the Grand Trunk railway, who lost his life on the Titanic, had with him when the ship went down signed contracts for the purchase ot $10,000,-00- 0 worth of coal properties In this Negrlte Warriors. floors, large rooms, sliding partitions and shower bath in each room. Behind is the Jungle, before a fine stretch of lawn, a beach and the water. "That evening we sat on the wide gallery, in the usual steamer chairs. region. Nine Jacobs Creek, Pa, July persons were drowned In Barren Run. on the farm of John Raymond, near here, in a cloudbursL The dead are Mrs. Raymond and her six children; Ike Rovlnsky, her brother, and Mrs. Rovlnsky, her mother. Kalamazoo. Mich- - July 20. On a track made exceedingly heavy by a hard rainstorm, Joe Patchen II. had little trouble In making the 2:10 pace, every beat ot the race being run in exactly the same Uem. 20. MANY DIE IN CLOUDBURST Seven Troughs and Mazuma Mining Camp of Nevada Badly Damaged by Big Storm. PENN GROVE CAMP MEETING. FARMER Owensboro, KICKED BY MULE. Ky. ' Carlisle, Ky. The Penn Grove camp meeting opened Its gates at ML Olivet, Robertson county, for Its annual sesRobert Shaw, Artist, Dead. sion. There are a large number ot Wilmington, Del, July 20. Robert campers, and the Rev. W. J. Harney, Shaw, the noted water-colo- r artist ot this city, is in charge. Tho meetand etcher. Is dead here. ing will continue ten days. FOUND DEAD AT ALTAR. While hitching a traco chain to a grass cutter. Glover Camp, a farmer of tho Habit vicinity, was kicked by a mule and probably fatally Injured. He was unconscious for several hours. SCHOOL LEAGUE ORGANIZED. r. .. f 19. July Washington, Carml Thompson of Ohio, the fourth secre-tary President Taft has had at the White House, Is at his new post, aough his nomination has not yet Sen sent to (the senate. - Taffs New Aid at Work. o Woman. One woman dead, ten other persons, all of them Chi cagoans, are ill at the summer home of Paul Redlcske. at Esslngton, ten miles north of Jollet, as a result of eating toadstools on Tuesday. Chicago, July 18. Toadstools Fatal Indicted for Towel Plot. Washington, July 22. Five local laundrymen were indicted by the fed eral grand Jury Friday for conspiracy to defraud the government by shutting oft competition In the laundering of towels used by the government. Parls-Bezler- thlnese Kill V. China, July 19. Tibetans. Aviator Hubert Latham Kilted. The TibetParis, July 18. Hubert Latham, the h which retreated from famous airman and one Chi- - of the pioneers of heavier than air eforo the defeated in battle aviation, was killed by a wild buffalo xechuan province, In the Chart river, practically In the LOOO men killed. center of the French Sudan. 1,000 Anglo-Frenc- .; v - . Luther Conant. hly d9. President Jay named Luther jeputy commissioner fo be commissioner o succeed Herbert i resigneo. ns (10,000 Race. ih, July 19. The f $10,000 purse that won here Wednes-i'a'youmare that sylvanla, county fair July 18. The senate passed the "terror battleship" resolu tion by Senator Tillman Tuesday, pro posing that the ' United States build the greatest warship possible under modern naval conditions. Washington, Terror Ship Is Authorized. : f x. for Twenty Years. Pittsburg. Pa, July 18. A prisoner 1n chains for twenty years, with hit parents his Jailers, Is said to be the experience of an Insane maw who waa received at the Dlxment asylum Tues day from Indiana, Pa, Man Chained ML Olivet, Ky. Mrs. C. P. Weaver, Frankfort, Ky. While preparing the communion ti.ble in the ML Zlon Bap of Louisville, and Miss Yancey, school tist church, this county, tor the "Last superintendent ot Mason county, havo Supper," Mrs. Anna Hulette, 74 years organized a School Improvement old, dropped dead. Mrs. Huletto had League in this place. Dr. Alton Wells designed a cover for tho communion was made president; Mrs. Will Os French TraW Derailed; Many Killed. table, and had Intended to leave It as borne, first vice president, and How s Paris. July 22. The her memorial ts the church. Her ard Orms, second vice president express train was derailed near Les daughter, Mrs. Lizzie Golns, will com tras Friday and several passengers plete Danville, Ky. E. Foster, a tele the design and present it to the killed as well as a number injured, ac cording to a special dispatch published church. Mrs. 'Hulette was found lying phone lineman for the Q. & C, fell pole and sustained dead, face down, before the altar at from a thirty-foo- t by the Journal Des Debats. .which she had worshiped 60 years. a fractured arm. Edward Corrtgan Starts Life Anew. ENGINE IS OVERTURNED. Kansas City, July 22. Edward Cor- - COLLEGE HELPS INVESTIGATE. rlgsr, former king of the American Barbourvlllc, Ky. The Union col Irvlngton. The L. H. &. St. L. acturf, came back to Kansas City last Friday and will start life over again lege management has given the use of commodation train was wrecked at where he left it in this city more its laboratories to the-- hookworm In McQuady, duo to a washouL The en vestigators, who will begin a six gine was overturned and the coaches ' than thirty years ago. weeks' Investigation of conditions in derailed. Engineer Will Claycomb , was slightly Injured and Tlreman Ben this county. House Bars Fight Views. Washington," July 22. The house Mattlngly bruised. New Haven, Ky. Hugh Boon, son of of representatives on Friday passed Richmond Ky. Alex Azblll, 30, a the senate bill prohibiting the ship- William Boon,; was bitten on two ment of prize fight pictures in inter- fingers by a rattlesnake. Errol John farmer, was struck and killed by light state commerce by the oveiwhelmlnr son, ot the Edwin C. Dawson Dry ning in his barn, eight miles east ot ot; 107 to 5. Oocds Co, fell 3n the street here from here. Ttto of his horses were killed .ho ccct of at the isme time. hcit. Reno, Nev.. July 20. A report re ceived bero Thursday says that a cloudburst destroyed the Seven SHE WEARS SNAKE NECKLACE Troughs and Mazuma mining camps and that many lives were 'lost. All Girl Wins Wager Consisting of 30 available doctors are being rushed to Pounds of Candy by Promethe scene. Telephone and telegraph nading With Reptiles. communication has been cut off and It will be several hours before details Greeley. Cola Two four-foo- t bull can be obtained. snakes may be slightly more cumbersome and hideous to the multitude as Swartz's Body Is Found. a. necklace than chameleons or lizNew York. July 20. The body of ards, but Miss' Bessie Potter, leader Nathan Swartz, whose father Informed is the younger society set. won 30 the police that his son was the slayer pounds of candy by wearing the unu-so- al Julia Connors of fourteen-year-olneck adornment on the street; was found Thursday on the fourth Miss Potter captured .the reptiles on floor of a tenement on Chrystie street. Wild Cat mountain, and In the presence of friends twined her new "pets" Pass Rivers and Harbors Bill. about her neck. Her exhibition sugWashington. July 20. The confer gested the wager. Six of the part: ence report on the rivers and harbors willingly ottered five pounds ot choice bill was adopted by the senate Thurs candy to see Miss Potter promenade day. Senator Nelson said the bill now Ninth avenue carrying live snakes carries $33,209,370. As passed by the about her neck. house It carried 126,365.000. "A soft bet," declared the girl, who without a second's hesitation, carried Lloyd's Loss $251,375,000. out the provisions. London. July 20. Statistics pub More than 500 stood aghast, and Lloyd's losses lished here show that their willingness to keep at a "sate" from steamship wrecks In the six distance saved Miss Potter trouble la months ending June 30. 1012, were making her way. She returned bom 1251.375,000. This exceeds the losses and put the reptiles la a box. for the same period last year. d and listened to the plaintive native music from the barrio, where a dance was in full swing. "Our host has a charming, if lonely existence. There are fifty native men in the barrio, whom he oversees at their work. His household arrangements are perfect, but It takes four boys and a cook to keep them so. It seems so funny to see a boy in pink knee pants, no shirt, but a dagger in his belt, serving chocolate, and excellent chocolate at that. "The place Is beautifully laid out; the Irrigation ditches are crossed by pretty bamboo bridges, all things lending themselves to the general effect. I saw coffee, bananas and pineapples growing for the first time, the hitter a beautiful red while growing. You should see the wonderful orchids and ferns, some with fronds twelve feet long." - 'v "Til Wind Carries Girl Ten Miles. 0"NeIl, Neb. Torn from her famysteriously disappeared ther's arms as he was carrying her to $25,000 daughThursday from the sidewalk In front a storm cellar, the ot a loop building from under the ter of L. G. Carley. was carried ten watchful eyes of a guard and as hun miles by the wind and, then dropped unhurt in a grove. dreds of persons were passing. Steal $25,000 In Gems. Chicago. July 20. Jewelry valued at ld tit I .1 CONVICTS AuCOIINTS BARKSDALE HAM LETT DROWNS ON BUILDING J ofjfoe RI3BIES FRANCIS PERIST ELLIOTT byILLUSTRATIONS PRISONERS '. NITENTIAY WILL TO BE GIVEN SAVE M ONEY. One-Fourt- h MAN MEETS DEATH IN PECULIAR JVAY ON TOP OF SKYSCRAPER. Earnings Will Be Paid Upon Completion, of Sentence of Suction of Water In Drain Pipe Draws Robert Klnsela Under and Com- -. panlons Cannot Release Him. 7Jew York. Robert Klnselte, em ployed by a corset factory In East Sixteenth street, was drowned on tho of Each One. fttWAlftKs u SYNOPSIS. nt M' K 1 -- Richard UrMnut. an American with an affected Encllth accent, receive! a pre-from China. Tna present provea to a frluid Inot pajaraaa, A letter b a pair Junta of aurprlne to the wearer. Usbtnut dons the pajamas and late at nlKht ret up for a amok. Ilia aervant. Jenkins, cornea In and.lall!njr to recocuz Llsnt-nu- t, attempts put him out. Thinking the aenrant craxy. Ughtnut chance W clothea Intendlsc to summon help. When h reappears Jenkins falU on his neck with Jojr. connrmlnir LiRhtnut's belief that be Is crazy. Jenkins tells Uchtnut ot I he encounter he had with a hideous Chinaman dressed in pajamas. In a tnessace from his friend. Jack Billings, ' uchtnut Is asked to put up "the kid for the nlcht on his way home from col. lere. Later Uchtnut finds a beautiful Ctrl In black pajamas In his room. Uchtnut Is shocked by the clrl's drink Inc. areoklnc and slancr talk, fine tells him her came Is Francis and puszles him with a storr of her love for her sister's named Frances. Next mom-In- r the rlrl Is mlislnc and Uchtnut hurries to the boat to ee her off. Ha Is by husky collere boy. who calls him "Dicky." but he does not see the Klrl. Jack Billing calls to spend the nlcht with Uchtnut. They discover priceless' rubles hidden In the buttons ot the pajamas. Bllllncs dons the pajamas and retiree. Uchtnut later discovers In his apartment a beefy person In mutton cl" whiskers and wearing pajamas. Je-.-". alls tie police, who declare the to be a criminal, called "Foxy " The Intruder declares he Is t's cueat etnd appeals to the lalL lie U hustled oS to xornlnc Uchtnut la astonished to Jltncs cone, and more astonished ha ceta a mesace from the latter, ieinandlnr his clothes. Uchtnut. bound for Tarrytown. BIIUnca borne, discovers on "Frances," the Ctrl ot the pajamas, alIhe train. Uchtnut speaka to her and ludes to the nlcht before. Eh declares Indignantly that Uchtnut never saw her in black pajamas. At Tarrytown Frances ts met by a husky collets youth, who halls Usrhtnnt as 'Dicky." The Utter to the boy. who then threatens thrash him for offendlnc Frances. Uchtnut takesr the next train home. i room-mat- e, -- 1st-rai- n. PL . I Swung Aboard. CHAPTER XIV. (Continued.) called. I Just stared For an hour I had sat there In my "By the way. old chap," puffed Billon the bllL 1 felt rooms, limp and bewildered under the ings, his poise and good humor imI recalled tempest devllisb annoyed, though. ot his wrath. The wild and proving under the spell of a cigar, "1 a conversation the other day at the Incoherent sputter over the 'phone was sorry to return the pajamas torn club In .which Van Dyne remarked that Jenkins reported upon my return and dusty and wrinkled as they were. that the Intimacy affected now by had sent me on a hunt for my friend. But you see, on account ot tho rubles, chauffeurs was growing Insufferable. I had tound him sullenly dining alone I was leary about having them pressed Declared, his man had asked him tor orer at the club, and as soon as I or fussed over. So I wrapped and a light., tba( morning. entered he started to bolt from the sealed them myself. Just as one does The fellow stared a little; then be room. Only through the greatest a Jewel package. Got them, did your smirking In a Jocu- pleading had I managed to coax him I stared at Billings through my ease toward, me, lar, tarpertlkrot way. back tt my chambers, hoping I might glass. ' "Ssvj.stip .your kidding, old man," screw out of him some explanation. "Didn't you get them I" he quesI had received It, by Jove! tioned In alarm. aicrr re r Ot course. I recognized It all as Im"Yes, yes it's all right, old chap," eiu possible: and crazy, you know, but I said hastily and as pleasantly rW I i .best'triendwhen I said to to ninipga-blareaarcould. "Eugene delivered the tc I teieimotherlck at the car, but were so violent, and be turned such a Jenkins and I opened It t ci: to a dangerous apoplectic purple, dashed If Thought it was h'ni thought it Fraace;aTBWl mer wI-camAeciatoa. I turaea.; shortly on. the I didn't renege. something else." Then I proc-.-e- d "But then the old man, you know!" soothingly: "But you're Just a little driver, i my good fellow," 1 I protested weakly. "Seeifejera .bow, mistaken about the dust and wrinkles, sM ahsrnly, "you stop subjecting Billings leveled his b!g arm at me, old chap and about them being torn. Ha. ha! Good Joke!" those ladles to annoyance. Drive on, mouthing wordlessly for a minute. -That that'll do. about that old But BUUngs' tace was unresponsive. ar ril report you to my trieaAu" "Why, old goop," be said with cheerHe stared seemed to be trying to man I" he choked at last. "Not not rtsxe me out of countenance. In tact. another word about him!" And final- ful contempt, "there's a triangular "WJf'DlckyJ" he exclaimed In an ly he collapsed Into his seat from tear In the back of the coat you could Just sat there stick your head through; and one ot aggrieved tone, "don't you remember sheer exhaustion. panting and glaring at me like a Jolly the sleeves is in ribbons." dedon'you know mtT I Just opened the drawer ot the ta l Jcertatnly do not," I answered bulldog. Gradually he became calmer. ble and took out the box glove box, 1 with decision, I felt my face getting mora, "And what's "Tell you what: the only thing that think It was containing the pajamas. red my'naaVU'Cot Dicky.'" lets you out, Dicky, Is the way Van I had read something somewhere His hand slowly swept his chin and Dyne and Blakesley did. In turn, when about the clearing effect the reaction, and that sort of thing, produced he whittled.. I got them there." Well. TU be Jiggered!". He He spoke savagely, but I brightened sometimes by a shock. "Wha whirled toward the car. a little. "See for yourself, old chap," I said "Oh!" I said. "Didn't they recog- gently. And I lifted out the gossamer Os me, this time, I guess! You're right!" fabrics and again spread their crimnize you, either?" Billings' snort made me Jump. son glory under the lamp. BUUngs Then his tace clouded and he moved "Recognize!" he bellowed. "They examined down upon me. them eagerly, but Just ( "Here.' you get along now about went back, mad as hell!" looked confounded. you are!" His soothingly. "By Jove!" I said "Don't understand It," he said, bit Four business, whoever baud Waved as though sweeping me That's not all." continued Billings ing his nails. "Why, hang It, they look you for grimly. "I was so sure it was a put-u- p smooth, too, as though never worn. away. "I've a mind to kick annoying that young lady." Job, some asinine, fool Joke, 1 wrote And the rubles are all right, too." He looked toward Frances and I a cautious note to the governor. After He rested his chin upon his hands could see he was showing off. But 1 a lot of pleading, I got the fools to and gloomed at tho red sweep. thought she looked a bit disgusted. send He came." I caught a tew sentences ot nts :frump. slje suddenly opened mumbling. Billings paused dramatically. As for -- uy ueorge, the door, stepped down and then up "Oh, yes, he came!" he went on. rm half a mind to sgsin, but this time behind the steeri- fixing me with an excited eye. "And think there's something in the ng- wheel. he muttered "something un when I staggered forward and did the "It you dont come on, I'm going," prodigal son act on his neck, he hand- canny and disagreeable something she said quietly. ed me a punch that Jolted off his silk they're alive with!" I sprang up and back, overturning "Just a sslnute." he said, scowling tile. Went straight up in the air with back at her. He faced me. the whole bunch down there and con- my chair. uooa neavens on, 1 say: I ex "took here, If I hit you once" fie tracted to do things for them that will tevaled his finger "well, they'll have keep them active for a year. Threat- claimed in consternation, as I fixed to pick you up with a sponge, that's ened to have me sent up for forgery my glass on the garments, "it's your this Is my own father now, mind jail, then, you know " sill" ' And suddenly I made a discovery; But, except for axing my glass tor you forgery of my own name! Huh!" BUUngs strode to the end ot the and I forgot about keeping still. a better study ot Frances, I never "By Jove, BUUngs!" I exclaimed ex moved. Didn't occur to me as neces room and back. Then he sat down sary, you know, until she should drive again, beating with his toot upon the citedly. "Here's something Inside the collar some sort of Jolly writing!" off. Just stood leaning on my cane floor. "What's t "They were pretty nasty after that," said BUUngs sharp and with feet crossed, you know, in the way I had long ago found was the Billings went on gloomily; "and they ly. He Jerked the garment from my least exhausting. It one has to stand wouldn't send for any one else. Just hand and held it in the light. All ilL But, by Jove, the fellow was had to sit there In that Infernal bas- - round the circle within the collar band right' Ip my tace now, almost! Devil- tlle with nothing on but pajamas and ran four or fire darker red lines ot a pair ot bedroom slippers. Every queer Uttle crisscross characters. ish ahaoylsg! once In a while somebody would come "Chinese laundry marks, you idiot," "Did you hear me. you glass-eye- d toe! J" he barked In my ear. "You and address me as 'Foxy,' and want masher! By George. I'll mash you!" me to send for my clothes or else Ab6 he looked at Frances again and send out and buy some. Finally, a big laughed, but she was looking away brute came and threw me somo dirty off .bp at the big stone castle on the rags and said I'd have to put on those or else buy some others. Poeantico Hills behind. "And I had Just got Into the togs New Yorker's Trip to Atlantic City The car began to edge away. Remunerative Both as to His "All right coming!" he yelled; and and stuffed the rubles and pajamas Health and Pocket, then he launched his blow. But so out of sight In my pocket, jvhen the instantaneous, in tact are the particular brigand who had charge of A retired merchant who was well famous three movements ot the great my coop came back. He almost threw se.es Ust. I don't remember that my a fit when lie saw me. 'Where's Twen- - known in tho Jobbing branch in New eye even shitted Its grip upon the he wanted to know. And York fifteen years ago recently spent OB eel a. Therefore, as I came back then, before I could say a word, he some time at Atlantic City, where he late the same position again as his blustered up to me with: 'And say. took bis wife for rest and change ot skeutder hit the ground, I was In time what business you got In bereT Clear scene, and where he had an unusually to eatch my darling's eye at last Just out!' And you bet I didn't lose a sin- pleasant experience,. "We met there," as they curved. And, by Jove, she tie golden minute I cleared. You so he teUa the story, "a man whom I should have seen me beat It down had known in a business way many looked amused and pleased. As for the frump, she frankly and that corridor! The fellow followed me years ago. We and our wives walked harshly laughed, and then moved up a little, grumbling to himself: Then and "roller chaired' together, and they exhe called to a cop who was Just com- seemed to enjoy our company as much speed. Just as a south-boun- d ing In: 'Say, O'Keete, run that young as we did theirs. On the day before m took taa station. aboard It, back for 1U fat freak out ot here, will youT It's we came away Mr. Blank called me JUd I swu Ha e4 New Terk. Didn't see what the one ot that bunch ot visitors that Into the billiard room, handed me an envelope addressed to me at my New efctttSeur did. Wasat Interested, you went through Just now. Fresh thing York home and said: 'I Intended to snooping into tno cells!' ke-r-, abettt that, "And so the same cop that brought bring you this when our visit hero was me there the very same was the over and before we went back to our CHAPTER XV. one that shoved me out ot the door. home out west.' The envelope conB. I Unas Symptoms Alsrm Me. warning me that I'd best not go pok tained a check for a balance which - ing into the prisoners' colls again if the man owtd when his business colKeK lfifersal aetrage of the ceatsjry. I tell youl" ItHltegs stormed. I knew what was good tor me!" lapsed In 1S34, with Interest to date. "Llrhtnut!" tie tip at the cattle JriH ' . j ka t w-- u te it tr tt savings account for Frankfort. In the state tho benefit ot prlso tbllshed, bepenitentiaries will b ginning August 1, ant after a certain per cent of earn I v. each prisoner will be allowed him by the board This was ot prison commissioner!.decided upon at a meeting of the comadditional he commented carelessly. And then missioners. It will entailprisons and bookkeeping, both at the be ducked his bead closer with a In the auditor's office. a.i a separate quick Intake ot breath. "By George. Dicky!" be cried, his account must be kept with each prisvoice tremulous with somo excite- oner and may require extra clerical , ment. "Can't be that either; it's help. The action of the board, the comwoven in awfully fine, neat Job, too. missioners said, has tho approval of Now, what do you suppose " Gov. McCreary. It Is done under au He broke off wondcrlngly. act of tho general" assembly authorizing the prison board to credit to the CHAPTER XVI. account ot each prisoner an amount hot to exceed 20 per cent of his proAn Inscription and a Mystery. BUUngs rubbed bis chin perplexed portion ot the arerage per capita of ly. "By Jigger, now, I wonder what earnlnss, provided that the money be those hen tracks mean?" be uttered paid the prisoner or his family, at the musingly. Then bo looked up at ms discretion ot the board, and that 25 with sudden animation In his face. per cent of the sum thus earned shall "Look here, Dicky," he exclaimed, be retained In the treasury to be paid "do you happen to know DoozeU-berry?- " to the prisoner at the tlmo ot his llnal discharge. I tried to remember. I shut one It Is estimated that the sum accrueye and studied tho marks closely ing to the prisoners will aggregate apthrough my glass, but had to shale proximately $35,000 annually, and my head at last. though this will be lost to the state "Why, man. he's n member ot all treasury, the governor and the comtho great societies of the world. Got missioners feel that It Is a humane a string of letters after bis name like law, designed to save the prisoners a universal keyboard, and is tho main upon their discharge from going out squeeze, the great scream, among all Into the world destitute, and to amethe scientific push orer here and In liorate the condition ot their dependEurope. Lots or dough, but off his ent families. They also hope It will trolley with learning." good moral effect on the pris"And In this building?" I said woa- - have a oners to realize that they aro earning derlngly. "What's he like?" help"Awfully large head," said Billings, something tor themselves and ing to maintain their families. elevating his hands some two feet apart, affair big end up bumps on it like halves of grape Express Company Files Suit. First ot a large number of Injunc fruit, porcupine eyebrows, and " "Oh. I know," I said, nodding eager tion suits expected to be filed to pre ly; and a little, shriveled well, kind vent the state board ot valuation and assessment making the tentative as of mashed sort o'f face, eyes beadlike and Jolly small. I've got him now! sessments on corporation franchises I've gone down with him In the ele final, has been filed In the United States district court tor the Eastern vator." BUUngs nodded. "You've got htm division ot Kentucky here. The Ad painted." he said drily. 'That's tho ams Express Co. Is petitioner and a reprofessor; only, his eyes are anything straining order pendente lite was but 'Jolly.' I've ridden in the elevator granted, the hearing to bo held at with him myself. Always manages to Maysvllle. President .W. M. Barrett, look like he was traveling with a bad upon affidavit of Charles F. Barrett. smell!" brought tho suit against Auditor Hen "Devilish sensitive. I dare say." ry Bosworth, Secretary of State Cre- BUUngs looked at mo suspiciously, cellus and Treasurer Thomas Rhea but I had got hold ot the thing I was composing the board. Injunction must trying to recollect and I went on be sought before the assessment is quickly: made final, the only recourse after "By Jove, you know, I believe Jen that being on the ground that the as kins knows his man fellow who but sessment was made Illegally. lers, and, I believe, cooks, for him. The company alleges that It Is a co He and Jenkins belong to the same-h- ow partnership, and after setting forth in do they call it? same club' ot detail its statement ot assetc r 'd gentlemen's gentleman. lth the state board of valuation ar ' BUUngs brou. cessment, declares in Its peu;.r. & Let s have Jec. ,t? it-- a franchise assessment should And we did. I T'lVTT "fll mi ' say, Jenkins," I began, "this Pro"I 'Uve assessment returned by ftt" Doodlebug above us " fessor 1 board Is $1,664,640, and it sax "Doozenberryl" Billings sharp); iu state taxes should be $l,G90,vbui corrected. 1!-- u If the tentative assessment made "Well, some JoUy rum thing about by the board Is made final It will be him, don't you know, Jenkins some$16,000 to the state. thing you said his man told you re- compelled to pay member, eh?" "Why, sir. he told me that every Scabies Nearly Eradicated. Dr. A. J. Payne, veterinary Inspector night he had to turn down the perfes-ser'bed and go all over it with a for the Bureau ot Animal Industry, department of agriculture, who has watering can " been In Frankfort since last Septem"Watering can!" gasped BUUngs. "I'm telling you what bo says, sir. ber, has gone to Louisville to take Then he covers It all up again, and In charge of the office in tho custom r the perfesser turns house. about a Dr. Payne, working with the state the covers down; and If It's what he calls 'fine' that is. damp all over be sanitary board, has been paying particular attention to sheep scabies. climbs In and sleeps llko "Cold-wate- r bug,, you know," I .ex- Within a year 50.000 head have been plained, but BUUngs shrugged his Inspected, and there remains, so far as known, only one flock In Scott county shoulders. 'That's all right. Bug or not, he's not treated. The Infected territory has counties the goods, all the same. Greatest been reduced to a ever," He spoke with quiet convic- In the blue grass, and hope is now entertained that the disease will have tion. and been eradicated within another year. He deliberated a moment turned to me. The territory west of the Green and "Tell you what, Dicky: I'm going up Barren rivers Is now free from quaranand aBk him down. He's the one to tine. give us tho right dope on these crazy One ot tho results ot the Inspection letters Eh, what you say, Jenkins?" for scabies has been to disclose the "Beg pardon, sir; I was saying that presence In Kentucky ot a quarter tho perfesser' don't visit nobody; and million more sheep than were returned he never sees nobody but the big llfir? to the state for assessment. and scientific sharps." "Oh. he don't, eh?" BUllugs snorted Test Suit Is Filed. "WeU, Jenkins, 1 contemptuously. A suit has been filed In the Frankhaven't been a prize fisherman In my lin county circuit court by Charles E. nothing; I guess I know bow Mason, against "County Court Clerk time for to select my 'fly.' I know what will Crawford Lee, ot this county, who refetch him: 'Mr. Llghtnut's compli- fused him a hunter's license because ments, and will he be pleased to hon- he declined to pay 25 cents for taking or him by passing upon an Oriental his affidavit The attorney general curio of rare scientific interest?' fee of 15 cents to come that that sort of merry rot! Why, you held ot thethe license charge of $1 Is all couldn't hold him back with a block out Inand tackle. Oh, you needn't worry; the clerk is entitled to. But Lee I'll do tho proper curves all right." sists that this does not cover tho affHi turned toward the door. "And. idavit, which every applicant Is rejMJklns. you come along and work mi quired to make. The plaintiff Is a lawyer and the suit was filed as a Into the lodge." test case. (TO BE CONTINUED.) A "pear-shaped 1 building at that top ot a twelve-stor- y address when a foot and a halt ot water which had collected there when the drain pipe became clogged up from the heavy rains ot the afternoon. KInsella ran bis right arm down In to the drain pipe after he had cleared away the rubbish from tho mouth ot tho hole, and the suction of the rush ing water caught him. He was drawn into tho pipe up to his shoulder. Despite the efforts ot three com panions to pull him out the suction held him firm and his head was drawn into the water, which still remained on the roof. In plain sight ot the men. looking up at them through a tew inches of water which covered his face, he was drowned. State Superintendent of Public In struction Is Explaining New School Laws By Letters T Trustees, Prison Board Grants Paroles. Only prisoners serving Indeterminate sentences for minor offenses were paroled by the prison board, and then only those who had. served more than the minimum sentence, produced good prison records, and assurances of employment for six months succeeding their release. The following were pa roled: Will Severs, white, 23, Daviess coun ty, one to fivo years; housebreaking. Served eighteen months. Recommended by commonwealth's attorney. Arthur Hayden, colored, 15, Daviess connty; one to five years for stealing Served eighteen months. chickens. Recommended by court officials. Joseph Robinson, colored, 71, Wood- iord county. Stealing a pig. Served more than minimum sentence. Feeble and unable to work. Nicholas Jackson. 38, Daviess county, one to five years for using part of proceeds from sale of stolen cow. His associate has been paroled. Jackson served two years and his parole was recommended by Daviess county cit' WRECKED BY LIGHTNING. FL Wayne, Ind. Wrccted by a bolt ot lightning, the Interior ot the supply house ot the Ft. Wayne Gas company took fire and the stock of gas stoves and ranges, valued at $25,000 together with all sorts ot other gas supplies, were practically ruined. The lightning struck tho root of the building at tho elevator shaft, tore down the shaft, bent and twisted the steel beams In tho floors, and pre cipitated almost the entire contents into the cellar. When the fire depart ment arrived the whole lnsldo was burning furiously. ;.t HERO GIVES HIS LIFE. tat. I cer to pedestrians from a blazing Uve wire dangling near SL Mary's Hospital this afternoon. Louis Payeur, 25, tan and caught the wire courageously to carry It out ot tho roadway. He uttered one shriek and died Instantly. He had been ac employee-o- f the electric company and knew how to handle wires, but ho took a chonco In the Waterbnry. Conn. Seeing the dan- rain. w s two-gallo- n half-hou- publicly frequented ThttJ construed and to a certain extent defined" by specific application the law Is held to be limited In its operation to places where the general public has a right to and docs frequentlx congregate. It Is pointed out that by local ordinances and police regulations or by rule ot the boards of educatlpn the ban can be placed on the public drinking cup n schoolhouses, but that ths state law does not reach them. -- INDIANIAN AND WIFE KILLED. izens. Charles Paston, Warren county, and Lafayette. Ind. Jacob Daeznan, a Muel Webb, Franklin county, were pay wealthy farmer, and his wife were roled from. the school ot reform, killed and three children were slightly Injured when their automobile Does Not Apply To Schools. turned over near Fowler as they were In response to an Inquiry from the returning home 'from church. The Barren county board ot education At necks of both. Mr. and Mrs. Daeznan torney General Garnett, In an opinion were broken by the running board, under which they were pinioned. They rendered, held that the cup law does not apply to public were found clasped la each other's schools in Kentucky. The reason as- crms. , ., t signed is similar to that In the opinion given the board o'f control In which It DROWNS WHEN CANOE UPSETS, was held that the law does not apply 'Ann Arbor, Mich. L. II. Lane, 37 to the,, state hospitals, because they are noR "publicly frequented places" years old, a graduate student at wlthln'Uie meaning of the statute. The ot Michigan, vras drowned "peclflcally designated certain In the Huron river, beYacJnoe, la ri - , such boarding- - which he, was rldteg with twogther as hotel' -- ji. tralxs V" J j -stations, - 'udentf, ca- - -- Pd. His body waJTST esger - v .ompa- r "ered. olh were res- leu g ""--I A.1 si HTWsjiH- - ot SchooL i r indent CINCINNATI MARKETS half-doze- n Hamlett Explains New Law.,' Misapprehension of the school act ot the last general assembly, amending the act ot 1908, Is causing considerable concern among school trustees of the state, who have been writing to the department of education to know whether all the trustees go out of of. fice this year. Superintendent ot Public Instruction Barksdale Hamlett is sending out a letter explaining that the act of 1908 was not changed in that regard, and that only halt the board In each county Is to be elected this year. That act provided that the terms ot all the trustees should expire that year and that thereafter the terms ot one-hathe trustees should expire each succeeding year. In amending the statute It was necessary to quote that part ot It which gave rise to the Impression that the quotations referred to this year. lt .1 7879c. No. 3 yellow 74. yellow 73073c, No. 2 mixed 76077c. No. 3 mixed 7374c No. 4' mixed 7072c, white ear 79082c. yellow ear 82085c. mixed ear 79082c. Oats No. 2 white 52052"ic standard white 514052c No. 3 white 500 EOtAc, No. 4 white 48049c. No. 2 mixed 5O05OHC. No. 3 mixed 43c, No. 4 mixed 46047c. Hay No. 1 timothy $24.50025, No. 2 timothy $22.50 023.50, No. 3 timothy $18.50019.50, No. 1 clover mixed $19.50 020.50. No. 2 clover mlved $18,500 19.50, No. 1 clover $14.50015.50, No. 2 clover $12.50013.50. Cattle Shippers $6.2503. choicer, to 075cNo. i Wheat No. 2 red $1.0901.10. No. 3 1.02- red $1.0301.08, No. 4 red 90c Corn No. 2 white 8182c, No. 3 white 80081c. No. 4 white 7579c. No. 2 yellow 430 extra $8.1O08J5; butcher steers, extra $7.8508. good to choice $6,750 7.75, common to fair $4.25 0 6.65; heU $6.5007, common to fair $3.2506.25: tows, extra $5.6005.75, good to choice $4.5005.25. common to fair $204.35; ' canners $203. Bulls Bologna $4 0 4.65; extra $4.75,-fa- t bulls $4.7505.25. Calves Extra $9, fair to good $70-8.7common and large $4.5008.75- Hogs Heavy hogs $7.9508; good to choice packers and butchers $7.95 03, mixed packers $7.85 0 7.95, stags $406,'.0 common to choice heavy fat sow-6.90. extra $7. light shippe- - $"00 ? Postmasters Recently Appointed. 7.80. pigs (110 lbs and less) J. The folowlng Kentucky postmasters Sheep Extra $3.90.. got to cho.ee Crayne, Crittenden $3.25 03.85, common to fair, $1,250 wtr appointed: county, James C. Calton, vice D. W. 3.25. Brookshire, resigned; Ironton, Trigg Lambs Extra $7.85, few fancy trimcounty, Cora A. Rhodes, vice W. H. med ewes and wethers $3, good to resigned; Hovlous, Adair choice $6.7507.80, common to fair Rhodes, county, Marshall C. Burchett. vice B. $4.5006.50, culls $203.75, yearlings $4.2506.25, stock ewes $3.25 04.25. V. Hovlous, resigned. -- ' J i Added Pleasure to Visit 'So glad I met you," he added, 'for I saved the carfaro to your house.' " The New York man added that the debt had passed but ot his mind, together with many others which had gone to "profit and loss" In his old books. rid a - Parliamentary. "This Is all so sudden. Mr. Samp reson." she said, with maidenly serve, "and so unexpected, that although I confess I am not entirely Argue Against Increase. y Indifferent to y" I know what Attorneys for the Louisville Nash" to say In repl ville railroad argued "If you are ! , vjr of the proposi- Board of . aluatlon before the State and Assessment r. Sampson, who, tion." suggested like Dick Swlvet..r. Is a perpetual against an Increase In the tax on Its grand master, "you will please sir franchise. An effort was made to learn by what method the board arnify your assent by saying 'Aye.' " rived at Its tentative assessment, but "Aye," came 10 ;'v. Attorney General Garnett advised the "Contrary?" "No!" thundered toe old man. opea board not to disclose Its procedure. Chief Counsel Henry L. Stone stated tag the door. by a large ma that he wished to know in order that. The noes hsve If the Jority," said Mr. raachlm matter. railroad decided to carry the Into court, they could attack hastily for bis hat. ; Ihe method of aasaisment as Illegal. ri-dl- Board Makes Appointments. Refused to Restore Citizenship. The state election board appointed Because Acting Gov. McDermott rethe following election commissioners gards the right of citizenship "an 1m for McCreary county: Avery Wil- portant one that ought to be' highly liams, Democrat, and W. A. Meadors, esteemed and carefully guarded." hp Republican, of Pine Knot The board refused to restore citizenship to R. T. also filled the following vacancies: C. McGlll, of McCracken county, wha C. Boldrlck, Democrat. In Marlon, to killed his wife In 1897. McGlll served succeed Proctor K. McElroy, candidate seven years in the penitentiary and Is for county Judge; C. B. McDowell, out on parole. Democrat, in Pulaski, to succeed G. M. Tho acting governor granted a conHolsonbach, moved away; ". A. Amon, ditional pardon to Clarence Beldcn, Republican, In Garrard county, to suc- colored, of Oldham county, who was ceed R. H. Batson, resigned. These a servant of J. F. Buckner, Jr., at his officers will serve at the primary. home In Pewee Valley. Election Colored Schools Not Exempt. Since the court of appeals has decided that colored schools within the AUTO GOES OVER EMBANKMENT"' j Erie, Pa. Four persons were ser, ously hurt when their automobile wen over an embankment near North East, Pa. The Injured are MIsstaiI4Ulvr' Edlnboro, Pa.; Margaret HjflRiiL City, Pa.; Fred Brockway and? McKnead. both of Ripley, "N. Y.i The young women had. friends at Ripley, and Broc taking them home. The accident occ'" nay attempted to' MIDSHIPM Ancapolls, Md- .- borders of white graded district schools are not exempted from the operations ot the school law enacted In 1908, unless the colored schools themselves qualify as graded schools by the proper election, It will be necessary to elect a colored school vlsitot the first Saturday In August In all but six districts In the state. The colored teachers hereafter wll be elected by the division beards a education tnstcad of the ccur.ty bor. ot Curs!cana, Tex six" weeks' stan Academy, was kl tha toi ot the m:, ford to the deck,, 100 feet His nect 4 died Instantly. Bullock had Jr feat which tiadltlcj midshipman the t mainmast ' of the ' transfixing ot his cV If." i 4 f . . 5. two and a half inches wide, and afternoon. Skillet Fork, east of PUBLISHED WEEKLY, all the notes of the same denom- - Slate creek, w as a raging torrent: - - - KY. lination will have the same por also Prickly Ash. Great damage OWINGSVILLE, trait on them, inu cnange is m was done to crops. the direction of simplicity and John Coyle has moved his store Entered, according to Act of uniformity and is a good one. from Craigs to Sam Conyers' Congress, at the Owingsville, place. Information comes from Ky., Postoftice as second-clas- s j,m .ii that the price of clothing in nn, matter. 1913 w ill be substantially increas considering the stormy evening. Olymoia. ed. The leading cloth makers are Elder Carper tcr filled his apsaid to have "lifted" jinces lh to Mrs. J. A. Griggs, of Straight The Outlook's subscription 20 cents per yard above those of pointments here Saturday night Creek, came Wednesday to be at rates are as follows: ARE A SPECIALTY WITH US and Sunday morning. One year the bedside of her brother David One Dollar. last year when the values for the Richard Manley weighed up Swarts, who is not expected to Sixty Cents. past spring season were an Six months Cents. nounced, the alleged reason is some cattle to Sam Lathram at live, Three months..Thirty-fiv- e conditions over which the manu Wm. Wright s baturday. visMrs. W. B. facturers have no control. The Deo Rudder and family visited iting relatives Swarts, who is here, has returned price of a suit may be lacking to Mrs. Ruddcrr's parents. A. K. No commissions allowed any Millersburg, the harassed consumer for the Coyle and wife, on Prickly Ash, from to visit her where she had body on subscriptions. been sister. same reason. 1 here is a umit to Sunday. Subscribers desiring a change Mrs. James Thompson, of Salt public's capacity to meet the of address should give previous the Blaine Hart and wife, of Roe's Lick, came baturday and moved high cost of living. address when writing. On top" of the foregoing word Run, visited the latter's parents, her mother, Mrs. Reynolds, to Correspondents should always that her home, she having been very get their items to us not later comes from Chicago twentyshoes Butler loy and. wife, bunday. ill for some time. per Monday if possible; when are to be advanced than Salt Lick. this fall. Times are parMrs. B. F. Roberts was shopout or stationery mention it on a cent, parlous. Miss Mabel Myers is visiting lous, separate slip of paper. ping in Mt. Sterling Saturday. in Lexington. News matter of general inter Mrs. Fannie Clark, who is ma CORRESPONDENCE. J. P. Parker, of Lexington, is est is welcomed; bring it to us king her home with her daughtei visiting his sister Mrs. D. V. Bothel. without delay it you wish it inMrs. N. 1. Clark, is very poorly serted; don't wait until Tuesday Elder R. W. Aberly, with a fine Wm. Shultz and wife will leave or Monday, for the paper is not singer, Wm. Leigh, will begin a Miss Mona Trimble and sister, of Winchester, are visiting Mr. for their new home at Scott, W. set up in one day nor in three meeting at the Chris s' Va., next week. days. tian Church Monday night, July and Mrs. B. L. Sewell. Correspondents must give only 29. Everybody is invited. Geo. Craig and family, of Lex Miss Aletha Kirk has returned news notices ot deaths, u o n g Misses Mary Belle Baird and from a week's visit at Lebanon. ington, are visiting relatives here. obituaries and verses will cost 5c Ruth Laucr are visiting this week B. F. Roberts.left last week for Miss Minnie Robbins has been O. O. a line of five average words each, OYillgsville, Sign your name to communica at W. H. Henderson's, in Mt. very sick for several days, but is an extended trip through the Sterling. West. some better at present. tions, or they may go to the waste Splendid rains fell here SaturErnest Armitage and wue are Will Test Stock. Thea-creasin- g basket Miss Anna Tussey, of FrankRural Bargain Hunters. INNES AND HIS BAND Advertisers wishing a change day and.Sunday. Hay and oats fort, spent a few days last week visiting relatives at upper Salt spread of tuberculosis A man with a long but scanty damaged some, but, with all, with Mrs. John Dickerson. Lick. .Or discontinuance of ad. should were among dairy cattle, endangering beard and gimlet eye came into ' inform us the week previous to the rain will benefit the farmers Miss Alta Evans, who has been The children will have a vaca public health by transmitting the One of the Big Musical Attractions at Cyrus Ted's general store, in a the Blue Grass Fair. publication day. much. tion this week, as it is Institute disease through milk and butter, little New Hampshire town, and visiting Miss Nora Barnes, Address all communications to has made necessary a crusade Uncle Wallace Burns' horse fell to her home in Mt. Ster- week. The newspapers of the country, In calledifor five cents worth of pea-- i JOHN W. Honaker, Owingsville, on the pike with him, breaking against this disease in bovines. ling Sunday. Robert Staton and family, of By eliminating diseased cattle commenting on Bandmaster Innes' ap- nuts. Cyrus measured out a pint Ky. pointment as its neck and bruising the old man f of Mu- and handed Mr. and Mrs. Frank Guthrie, Catlettsburg, are visiting friends from the dairies the most potent sic at the World's Fair held last sum- man weighed overin the bag. Tnfe. considerably. it his hand and of Shelbyville, are here with her here this week. source of infection to the infants mer at Seattle, Wash.r proclaimed him looked more discontented than Sirs. Peck Finch is very low mother, Mrs. Robbins. THURSDAY. JULY 25, 1912.' George Williamson is visiting can be stamped out, as it is shown one of the really great bandmasters of ever. and not expected to live many that a large percentage of the the world. That he Is Indeed so is "They ain't many there, be Mrs. Jessie Stull is on the sick Lhis mother in West Virginia. days. by best list. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Charlie Swarts, of Salt Lick. children suffering from tubercu- he is evidenced greatthe regard In which they?" he asked querulously. held by musicians throughWheat threshing is the princilosis are infected,with tuberculer Mrs. Robt. B. Dickerson and visited home folks here Sunday, bacilli of the bovine type and the out the continent and by his ability to "Ain't it kinder small measure?" We are authorized to announce pal "amusement" of the day. "Regular full Dint; what I aldaughter Mrs. T. B. Staggs reWin. J. Fields, of Carter county. ' disease traced directly to the milk visit a city year after year and bo wel- ways give for a nickel!" snapped stoops, Mrs. A. B. Ratliff is attending turned from West Virginia Suncomed by ever increasing multitudes. to as a candidate for of infected dairy cattle. And , day, Farmers are getting fearfully can it be doubted when micro- The longer Innes remains In a city, Cyrus, who knew his customer Congress from the Ninth district. the fair at Mt. Sterling. well. reis appreciated. the more subject to the action of the Dem scopical examinations of the milk sourceful he versatile and He is on The young folks of this place behind with their work. "Why, when I was dowrrih and ever Peoblo. party. ocratic naa a very enjoyable time on a Wet weather has about ruined in various cities of the United the lookout for some musical novelty. Boston," argued the bearded Laying-b- y corn will be a States have disclosed this germ His programs, paradoxical as the man, "there was a place there picnic at lies' Mill Thursday the fine oats crop. late this time on account A so in honor of Misses last Fowler. Walls We are authorized to announce much rain recently. The new bridge over Hinkston (tubercle bacillus) in market milk statement may seem, are a delight to where I could get twict as many alike. peanuts as this for five cents." and Wills. Charles R. Reed, of r f d 1 Sharps on the Hinkston pike has been in from two to sixty per cent, of the musical and the samples examined? The proburg, as a candidate for Asses- - Eddie Perkins visited Pewyi "Well." said Ted defiantly; completed. I' r mMi Stoostono. ducer and consumer simultane"The round trip to Boston is vsor of Bath county, subject to j&mmons, near niton, aunaay. . .T A? The condition of James Crock ously realize the danger, and Joe Kagley and wife, of Grassy it Why don't you go down me action oi it democratic partne Mrs. Annie Garrett and Miss wish to sell milk and buy milk to Boston and get your money's ty. In the event of his nomina- Ethel Gillaspie. visited Tom Reed, Lick, visited the latter's parents, ett is greatly improved. W. A. Conner and wife, last There is much speculation as from tested cows, respectively, worth?" tion and election Riley Ingram, near Bethel, Sunday. week. This closed the incident to the outcome of the "Third thereby complying with the procof Olympia, will be his deputy. Charlie Rodgers and wife went Mrs. Carlos Miller and baby, of party." The only line we have lamation of the State Board of Dii to Mt. sterling baturday. It Makes a vrtfii Pine Grove, are visiting her moth- on the future is the past. Since Health and the City Health ordi' We are authorized to announce tne whole Farmers will make hay this er, Mrs. Callie Ragan, and family, the formation of the Republic nances, which require that all M. C. Gudgell. of South Sher TJo'litical situation. There are no catt'e be tested for tuberculosis only two panies have stood the this week. statesmen m this countnr anv burne, as a candidate for Asses- week if the weather is fair. o good year of 1912 before the milk, is sold- - for hiore. W here will yon find a sor of Bath county, subject to Sinnett Garner and wife, Sam Collins Baker, of Paris, is vis-- . Consumption. us somethingcut-o- f the actiifttefttfie Democratic par- Roberts and family, all of viear lting his parents here. dr a Blaine or a Cleveland This ends the controversy and or a Thurman ITelected n.S. Koberson. of Owingsville, visited relatives here .Mason the 'dairymen are only too glad vif It is feared that wheat will "But I think I have heard you from Friday till Monday, rViick, will be hi.Ttte7eriv. G. W. Kincaid soon begin to spoil in the shock, to have their cattle tested when make disparaging remarks about family-- and family. Dogs last week killed about 20 the cost of testing is reduced to and each of the gentlemen you have and family visited We sheep belonging to Bigstaff & absolutely nothing. As evidence Mrs. A. B. Thomasson, of just named." of this many have already made uniet w. uoggerx as a camuoate Silas Woodrd and family Sunspent Wednesday and Cockrell. Perhaps you have but not application for the for County Attorney, subject to day. Thursday with her mother, Mrs. Willie Frank Turner and wife, test. since they have been dead." the action of the Democratic 4in Leslie Hendrix, wife and son Callie Ragan, and family. or Indianapolis, are visiting rela The Bureau of Animal IndusGoing Up. Old Lady Prommaryelection August 3, 1912. Glenn Roberts visited Mrs. Sarah try of the Department of AgriMrs. Frank Brown, who has tives in this county. ise me that you won't say "Darn Hendrix, near Okla, Sunday. been poorly for some time, is There is the largest crop of culture wishes to encourage all it!" any more and I'll give you We are authorized to announce nnH nf Sirl. now improving. tobacco worms we have had for dairymen to keep tuberculin-testeten cents. G. C. Ewingas a candidate for view, visited the latter's Darents. cattle and to protect the conBy Now you're talking, Mrs. W. B. Henry was very years. Farmers' troubles are County Attorney to fill tbeunex-;S- . a. Bailey and wife, from Fri- - poorly the past week. sumer from tuberculosis, and to multiplying fast. know another word that's pired term, subject to the action day tilh Sunday, anworth a quarter. Bandmacter Innes. The Stoops base-ba- ll team has promote the work they havewith of the Democratic primary elec Will Jones was sick the Mrs. test not been defeated lately because nounced aBoard of Health of Ken- Innes Indeed is known as the King ot tion to be held Saturday, August Eddie Daugherty and sister past week. the State tna and Raymond Crain and they have not been playing. Program 3, 1912. tucky gratis to owners. In or- tion given Makers. If some composiMiss Eva Campbell, of Russell, Miss Blanchie Gorrell, of Okla, is above the heads of some Word received from Mrs. Bert der to obtain the services of the visited Miss Pearl Maddox Sun- is visiting Mrs. Geo. Turley. EYEGLASSES Sanders, Sherman and Miss Ed- Government experts in testing it ot his auditors, a catchy encore is The most ferocious act of mod day. which, while Mrs. A. W. Donohue was sick na Hamilton, who are at Swango will be necessary to comply with cleverly introduced, rhythm ern warfare was the blowing ud good music, full ot and mel- TO FIT YOUR EYES. Will go the past week. Springs, is to the effect that they the regulations of the Bureau of ody, directly appeals to everyone withof a railway train and killing of Odessa. county. No pay are doing well. Animal Industry, which state out exception. It is In tact this quick- anywhere in theis not made. All more than BO persons and wound Nace Butler is some better ofied meeting here Saturday night, to ness ot response to the unspoken for test if sale many more by Mexican rebing An immense crowd attended that the animals which react errors of reflection and refraction that els last week. Only a few of his illness. July 20. the ordination and installation of the test will have to be isolated thought of his solisteners In the ha3 en- corrected. firmly hearts from the healthy herd or slaugh- trenched him those killedVere Mexican Fed very low. Odd Lathram is Mrs. Lillian Byrom and "Mrs. Rev. W. A. Hopkins at Spring tered, according to the Govern- of his admirers. S. eral soldiers. Farmers are getting further Jennie Proctor, of Indiana, spent field Sunday. Rev. I. C. Hunt ment Meat Inspection laws. The Innes' coming engagement the week Some hams packed in wood behind with their work every a few days last week with Burl acted as Moderator, Rev. J. S, qwner, of course, may use his ot August 12 to 17 at the Blue Grass Hacins. of Oxford. Ky.. deliver Fair, accompanied as' he will be by the ashes and supposed to be a cen- day. There is a good deal of corn Ray and family. LIGHT YOUR HOME ed the charges to the pastor, and pleasure in this matter. We trust full strength ot his players tury or so old were found in an they intended to plow twice more, LeMisses Dall Carmichael and that all dairymen of the State and several notable Grand Opera ArWITH THE underground passage near a his wheat stacking, oats and hay na Alexander visited Miss Alice Prof. C. A. Leonard, of Jackson. will avail themselves of this optists, promises to be an occasion of delivered the charges to the peotoric old colonial mansion on Pru- cutting, together with tobacco, Shultz, at Preston, last week. portunity by making application more than local interest. ple. There was plenty of dinner dence Island, Rhode Island. The all on hand at once, and the heavifor all. In the afternoon Rev, for the services of the GovernCrooKs. bams are alleged to have an ex- est rain Saturday we have had A Generous Young Man. R. A. Hibshman, of Mt. Sterling, ment experts, stating the numflavor and to sell readily yet cellent A horse driven by Chester Tur- delivered Late one night young Jinks sat a powerful sermon, re ber of cows in the herd. at SI per pound. Which may on- - Miss Fleming ley and wife took fright at a train VI. XXVlllLU in a crowed trolley car, and when vlytend to verify the adage that county, Julia Reeves, of A. Har-b- and ,ran away, breaking the bug- sulting in two additions to the glad to XJUiltU applications. Will file all Fur- a girl he knew got aboard and visited Mrs. J. church. disputing about tastes. yTG is no gy to pieces. No one was hurt. Sunday. ther information gladly furnish stood directly in front of him he Miss Mollie Thompson will remade no sign. His face hidden We have been have been hav- turn home TuesHay from a visit ed on application. Elsewhere in this issue we Mamie, little daughter of Mrs. by his newspaper, he pretended J. N. MCCORMACK, ing plenty of rain. Ella Wilson, is quite sick. to Pans. Secretary State Board of Health, that he didn't know the girl would A. Jovce some verses on The The proceeds of the box supMiss Stella Thomas and sister like to have his seat. After awhile Mrs. Laura Byrd and daughter Bowling Green, Ky. Panama Canal' We can not per at the upper school Friday Mrs. Jouett Byron, of Owings- Elizabeth, of Owingsville, visitAddress Robt. Graham. she spoke. "Good evening, Mr. dorse the sentiment In recrard In night were $7. ville, spent several days in. Lex- ed relatives and attended the or- - State Veterinarian, Experiment Jinks." subsidizing U. S. shipping nor ington the past week the guests "Oh. good evening." anything in violation of the Hay-- Mrs. Ann Arnold returned to of Mrs. Ella Thomas and family. dination services at Springfield btation, Lexington, Ky. L n Tl "I've been to the Primrose sol Sunday. ' rMumyimi; treaty wiui Vjreat her home in Owingsville SaturMuck-locial dance." Then after a pause A Kentucky Breakfast. day, after a s' visit to Mrs. B. W. Swarts, of Rice, of West Va., and Mrs. How Times Have Changed. -- "Waitah." sisters Nd the violation of a solemn her Nancy Charlotte, Minerva Millersburg, were guests of their Ata recent dinner of Kansas club he glanced said Colonel Clay, as she added, It s a wonder, Mr. around the dining Jinks, you wouldn t oner me Swetnam and brother saty as indefensible in reason and sister Mrs. Tilford Horseman women Mrs. Gertrude Bullin Hol- - room of the big hotel, you all your seat!" John J. Swetnam. ruinous in practice. Saturday and Sunday. wo- kin bring me a Kentucky break lister, a iormeny-oi-nansJinks then got up, but he was man, then president of the Colo- - fast." very angry. He said as he hook Congress is becoming very The proceeds of the Willson & Hendrix shipped two supper at the lower school Sat"And what is that, sir?" asked ed himself to a strap, "I thought trict in the matter of the mem- urday night were $14. of cattle to Cincinnati ado Federation of Women's Clubs. was present ana responded to a the waiter. you wouldn't want it, for as you bers spending money to secure Saturday. toast: "Home Folks." To illus v But "Bring me a big steak, a bull said you'd been to a dance I knew little grass has been cut ir election. The House by a strict par-- yet and still it rains more or less Lathram & Clark shipped a car- trate the impression she received dog and a quart of Bourbon you must have been sitting all however, recommends the every day. Last Friday .was the load of cattle to' Cincinnati Sat- by her visit to her native State whisky." the evening. ' ' New York Press. she told the following story: of Theron E. Catlin, only day' it failed to rain in this urday. "But why do you want a bull Obeying Orders. "What are " 'I did not have a very nice dog?" asked the waiter. m, of St Louis, on the neighborhood for three weeks. Mrs. Harris and children, of Acetylene Gas Generator; vou doinEr. you idiot?" time when I first went to Anna campaign ex-- . "To "Why, you told all the men in better, safer and cheaper than Franklin, second oldest son of Cynthiana, are visiting her pa- bel's.' little Madge announced on plied eat the steak, sun" re -The laws rents, Emanuel Carpenter and . the Colonel. broken had an the troop, Captain, that they kerosene, gasoline or S candidate for W. T. Swetnamshoulder arm her return home. 'Annabel was they nearest approach to sunlight; Sunday. wife. near the A Filet of Sole. -- A man should talk to their horses as anycross as she could be; she would ind not to Particulars not learned. Lee Jackson went Saturday to not let me play with her doll or who was dining in a village ho would to a friend. I hadn t most delicate shades can be camhorse, so thing to say Jas. Crockett, touch one of her playthings.' tel gazed at the second course a was reading a to mypages of his- I easily and accurately 's father snent Card of Thanks. We hereby see his who was.badly hurt by jumping "'Well,' replied her mother, moment, and then asked the tory to Ju'm." fewRive. j son, both he wish to express our heartfelt into Hinkston creek a few weeks Le thanks to all neighbors, friends ago. 'when was your age, had gone waiter: fchoutthe son's Well and Cistern Pumps, is still in a danger to see a Ilittle friend and she I Example. "Willie." said physician who so kindly asis that leathery stuff?" An "What I the day when and would the Perry pneuous condition. , not let me touch her playthings, "That is a filet of sole, sir," the mother sorrowfully, "every pipe fittings,system and plumb (any public of-;- sisted us during the sickness and matic water "Well, vou mav take it awav " timn vonr are naucrhtv I tret an strictly on on the death of our little darling George Turley and wife. Bob I should have gone straght home. ' ing good3. ' ' 'But , times have' changed said the diner, after attacking it other gray hair." Nellie Belle and whom we will Thompson and wife, all of. qualifications. and Miss Eva Campbell since you were a httle girl, moth- with his fork. , and see if you can Gee!" said Willie, vou must ever hold in kjnd remembrance. -' &f paper cur-- . Thos. . Darnell and Wife. and little nephew, oi Ironton.O., er.' Madge repliedafter due re- - get me a nice, tender piece of the have been a terror. Just look - pd put by the visited Lihester Turley and wife flection. 'I slapped her face and upper, with the buttons remov at crandua." Ladies' Home Owingsville, Ky . 'Jeparfnient to Subscribe for The Outlook. Sunday. 'stayed.' Journal. City Star. ed." Judge. t , i OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK replace the present issues. The bills will be six inches long and A very heavy rainrfell Sunday Slaio VjjIIov. I New-Yor- k I Walter Hancock, of Eusti?, visit Florida, after a to friends here, left for his home Thursday. A horse belonging to Elder B. p p!Xruer was stUng to death by bees Sunday. He was in the yard and knocked over a stand of bees and was stung to death in a very short time. two-week- s' THE W. N. ATCHISON INSURANCE AGENCY Live Stock and Farm Policies FIRE AnnTnTP.TNTT TORNADO WINDSTORM OYCLONE LTPH La-gre- w. two-week- HEALTH AUTOMOBILE LIGHTNING PLATE GLASS Policies in force same day application is made. I. F. Building, Kentucky DIrector-ln-Chle- v 1 V 55. 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