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Williams.of Texico.New Mexi- are the best. I have them all sizes, and all the repairs for Vulcan for sale. If anybody wants it let lm 18 visiting relatives Here. Plows; a largo stock of plow gearing of all kinds. Buy the Gall-cuco, to his fat'r Siiuiru W. W. him apply at once. Mrs. Marion Karnck. of upper Williams, oi i collars and protect the horse's shoulders. Lean suit you in tin. witiitiie JOHN W. HONAKER. Salt Well, is very ill of pneumo request that Tiiu i tlooi; pubsauuics ana Harness ot an Kinqs anu an prices. nia. . lish same. After i. usual forSubscribe for The Outlook. Charles E. Smith, of Carlisle, malities Mr. Williams says: The contest in elocution May 1 was here last week calling on "I am glad you received the Owingsville, Ky. quail in good condition. I see, by will be worth everybody's while. friends. Kentucky press, that a numthe millin-MrMrs. J. B. Goodpaster is visit ber of the "Colonels" are very If you want 1 ery go to ing her sister Mrs. Marion Voung, much agitated about the introEstill. ys-tf adv in Louisville. duction of the Mexican quail into Kentucky. I was very much Lee Brother and James Corscts.hosiery, kerchiefs, umbrellas, neckwear, cheap at Mrs. row Richards were in Cincinnati amused, and some extent entertained, when I read the article of several days last week. f adv Estill's. Enjoys the largest circulation in Kentucky because it Col. Johnson Arnold, of Frankfort, urnal E. Polkand later in the ? is the best newspaper in the State and the people department! The reproduced ; o., 5..f came in Saturday night lor a in The Outlook. From Col. kn ov it. brief visit to home folks. of the week. Johnson's communication I gathdaughter of er that he is, to some extent, acThe Local fishermen caught fine Carter and wife, west of quainted with the nature and strings of bass and white perch Alfred is seriously ill with town, habits of the "bad birds," as he the past week, terms the Mexican quail. He Besides giving the public the most reliable imtfket" reports as All the latest styles of wallpa B. Frank Perrv, of Mt. Ster- - says they are pugnacious and are well as general news, The Herald s special features make l.t pre per in great vanety at T. M. Hng. visited his sister Mrs. S not game birds only in that they eminent among Louisville newspapers. Perry & Co.'s 8 aav A. Patterson. Saturday night and will attack and drive away the Special attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful articles . Ky. bob white. Now, replying Ribbons, laces, gloves. Ten Sunday. which are now running serially in the Herald entitled to this statement, I will say that I per cent, discount on all goods Mrs. John E. Moss, of Lexing- have been along the Mexican borton, has been with her parents, der from Eagle Pass to Mai Pais, On f Good at Mrs. Estill's. Judge and Mrs. John A. Daugh-ert- and it has frequently come under Ginghams, percales, muslins, for some days. my observation that the blue Back numbers bengalines, white goods in great articles free on request to all w 7 Mrs. W. S. Reeves and daugh- quail and the bob white are found scribe now. s variety at Mrs. Estill's. ter Miss. Era, of Mt. Sterling.are in the same range. On one occaf adv spending the week with Alfred sion while hunting deer in the El The Louisvilie Daily Herald and The Owy For Sale or Rent: House and lot Cnrfpr nnri fnmil v near town Capitan Mountains I found a coOutlook both one year for , , vey of bob whites within less in Owingsville. Apply to Sam M. p .Jacksok, Mt Sterling, Ky. 3C,f than 100 yards of a bunch of blue quail; and one day while we were Most land owners are making tism, left Wednesday for camped near Alamagorda, in the to put out a muchjtinsville, Ind., for the benefit of Sacramento Mountains, I saw a ' larger acreage of tobacco this year i his health. ;'-"Vlone bob white in a covey of blue No subscription can be taken for the He USUal. than TTlotn. quail. It was early in the mornMk-O- T W Sl.mnr wnnl-f3 Will town or city where that paper is deliv ercr I vltb Ill us lie has Aunt Elizabeth Young, an oldnRburg Thursday to spend a few ing and hearing the call of a bob one Wpi wnmnn Jlays. She was accompanied by white, I took my gun and going nrl romtoctpA AvifeofSam Young, died at her Mr. and Mrs. Shanklin Piper, who cautiously 1 found them feeding beeu one together on the sage brush. I norae nere last mursaay. know it was a bob white for I lih shot and killed it. At the same ""1 ive per cent discounts-as- h suits. Somebody who know time I was in company with a their home in Lexington, after a J 2l-t- f harvesting machines. visit to her grandparents. A. K. Missourian; we had a Mexican how has his E L. & A. T. Byron. adv Covle and wife, on Prickly Ash. cook. Both the Missourian and myself, yes, and also the Mexi- Joe Alien, of near upper Slate 7 Billie Staton. who- has made Chicago a "Rpan cook, pronounced the meat ' T- home for to ' Why not hzi Otaa Mexic?n quail superior to that wh ich somu S doL We can ' lbtrw&,lul Tline on aVmnllTed ""'"Ubf the bob White, The blue, or with a town.v He was m Middle- - Mexican quail that I sent you, is have town during ihe recent floods an a larger bi-- d thar our Ken' is always si many dreadf .TakfinndR.nvWnrnprnnrir,hnr-Witnessetucky qin ' he bli d lillsent l?e flyers caught 3 poir : v l are " Mills we" grc f Mrs e iryon need. j i V 'jifciveu. tl. yjUi' , Lt K w. De .j a . Yvarner3 to; enta: Mr. . nd Mrs, : iov .heads, has larger thiirhs. was breast t dev fternoon. Baun. and also to atte..a !r cel- ough a Envelopes, ebration of the 84th birthday an- ."hen'fullWown it is about half In Walk Overs. When you see 1 1 I grandfather, I. between the size of our bob white . Billheads, man well dressed, look at his niversary of her a "nzzie. a and the Kentucky pheasant, and was Statements, shoes. You will notice they are L. De Baun. meat of the Mexican quail is Mrs. Emma Fassett and chil- the similar to tha Walk Overs. For sale by Pamphlets. very the Kendren, of Mt Sterling, were guests tucky pheasant and . equally as & Co., at Owingsville. Blank Forms of all adv of Mrs. Fassett's sister, Mrs. Ma- good, if not better. 42tf us, you come We have both rag and bond linen ry Metcalfe, and family several (jol. Johnson, in his article m Taxes Due. To those who days the past week. Mrs. Fas-se- tt and unruled (for typewritf says the the Courier-Journa-l, have not paid their city tax for We put writing papers in t ... . V. will probablyofeell her Mt. on, sec fits, press1912 are hereby notified to call Sterling property nid move to meat of the Mexican quail is not if so desired. fit for the table; that the breast and pay same. Bath county. is tough and stringy, and nearly ed go M. L. Thomas, Address Maybe 2 Collector. Mt Sterling Court Monday was tasteless. chaparelle,the Col. got or Mexican great hold of a 'Boys' Clothing. Goodpaster well attended. There was a runner, a bird that is similar to OWINGSV on the -& Co: are showing this season the deal of stock very market which our Kentucky kildeer, only a lithigh. generally sold highest class line of boys' Nortle larger. d Suits folk and You need not be alarmed Gardens are about all planted that has ever been shown in Ow and frrowinor well: fruit unkilled about the blue quail. They will COURIER-JOURN- Aj advljiD'to date, and everything looks not harm the bob whites on the ingsville. f mn r place. They will multiply fast. Owingsville, jrcai. iromibing e Notice. The Public is herebv a covey. I have seen over notified that the law .prohibiting J New Models. Before buying They are a hardylitty inand will bird the running at large of stock of 'our boy's' spring Suit, let us make their way either on the deany kind at any time upon the have the pleasure of showing you Mexico or in the Slate on I streets or alleys of jtQwingsvillel the newest models, the snappiest sert of country of Bath. I will creek I will be strictly enforced stvles. largest variety of patterns ship you some more soon. If you i M JU thomas, Marshal. J that vou have seen this season do not get out this spring, 1 am 2 Goods can save adv Goodpaster & Co. going to ship you a pair of young I 42tf The Last Entertainment of antelone. you Overton Jones Dead. Over C0UR1ER-J0URM- L are well, and that "Ihone ton Jones, aged about 40 years, The Series op the Citizens' . spring or died of tuberculosis at his home Entertainment and Lecture you will come out this Hoosier Male Quar summer. (Louisville, Ky. HENRY WATTERSON, Editor) near Mt Sterling, Tuesday morn- CoURSE.-T"Affectionately your son, ing. Mr. Jones was well known tet will be here Thursday even "P.. N. Williams.' here, having married Miss Fan- incr. Anril 24. and will entertain nie Crooks, daughter of James T. at the Citv School Chapel at 8 XT will limi u liuw, For County Clerk. A. C Crooks, of Preston neighborhood. o'clock. This quartet is a group of tal Hendrix. of South Sherburne pre Has been elected, and an era of Prosperity has set in. boys, men, Measles Still Prevalent, nted and cultured young men cinct. is announced this week as You can get Measles or an unusually viru- xperienced in the Lyceum work. a candidate for the Democratic CAPS, type continue., to be preva :hey are not beginners, but for nomination for County Clerk. If lent lent in portions of Owingsville, merly members of other promi- Mr. Hendrix is elected Mr. J. W. Courier-Journ- al low Shoes Children at Kim Dickerson s nent quartets. Shankland, of Owingsville, will Leslie i?lood s,JtMark Thorn men, women, missses, The characteristic feature of be Deputy Clerk and will share d uscar maimer's, were AND the program tha they render is the office. Mr. Hendrix is a son cases with the disease last wee' their ensemble singing, which of Moses Hendrix and is success boys shows careful training and sym- ful farmer, having engaged but and everything to be found in a complete stock. I keep as good OUTLOOK Spencer Boyd Dead. Snen- - pathetic blending of voices. little in politics and having never quality as can be found in any other house and cheaper goods when cer Boyd, aged 55 years, died MonEach member is a soloist of before sought omce. He comes Both one year for day night April 21, after a long more than ordinary ability. Their of a Democratic family and has wanted. Uive me a can and you win pe pleased in ootn gooos ana CilLLON'S, in ' The docket." prices. Always remember, illness of Unght's disease. Mr. list is varied and extensive, in- alwavs been a Democrat himself. Owingsville, Kentucky. Boyd's home was near Reynolds-vill- e. cluding classical, oratorio, sacred, Mr. Shankland came to this Mr. Boyd leaves a wife. Donular and humorous selections. town from Sharpsburg six or who was Miss Lade Wilson, a Combined they make an eight years ago. He is a genial ii daughter rf George Wilson, decomDanv. and we believe gentleman and a capable busi $1.00. a year. We can Regular price of Weekly Courier-Journceased, and one son, Wilson that they will meet the highest ness man. in also make a special rate on Daily or Sunday Courier-JournBoyd, who lives near his fath- expectations. combination with this paper. er's place. We must have a good crowd at Obituary. Mrs. Minnie Bar advantage of this cut rate, orders must be. sent us, not the above entertainment in order ber departed this life April 13, THIRTY-SISHARES OF STOCK in the Owingsville Banking to Couier-J- u rnal. AN Elocutionary Contest. to tret out even on the course. 1913. at her h me in Slate Valley. The class in elocution conducted! We ask every one to come and Co. The par value of the shares is $100, and they pay six per cent. were conducted by Mrs. Ella Bell Conway at the assist in this class of education. Funeral sei ici L. Bailey at the net per annum. TREErv TREES, TREES', SULLIVAN City School will give an elocu If you want the course next year, by Elder Robt C HE1NRICH surch. She was Slate Vallev s tionary contest on the evening of buv a ticket and helD pay the ex born April 17, 1 638, and was the FOUR LOTS on SLATE AVENUE. Each contains May 1 next, at which a gold med- penses. Where everyone helps ola the street. Very WANT YOUR W. M. of an acre and has a frontage of over fifty feet FRUIT al will be awarded for the best the exnense does not hurt any daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Church desirable building lots. Manley. She jomrd the Eggs, Poultry, contest will EerformancetThe by the High one, but where a few have to bear when about lf vrs old. She RESIDENCE at the forks of the Ow all the burden it is just a ilttle leaves father, n 'her, two sisStrawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, Hides, Rubber, School girls, with Mrs. Conway ;oo heavy to bear. I She also ingsville & Wyoming and the Owingsville & Salt Lick turnpikes. Asparagus, Grapes, Rhubarb, Peas director. Mrs. Conway's ex .Reserved seats 50; general aa- ters anda five b ;,r t four chil- A house and good enough for any family of moderate onies, Roses, Phlox tc. Every- Brass, Coppper, lt husb&n leaves perience and capacity as an elo r.d one boy. means. The lot contains three and ission 35 cents. dren, three girl, acres. thing for Orcharo Tswn and cutionist are guarantees that the Lead, Zinc, etc., g Yours faithfully, parting; ONE" Think not of theu-irfuLOT in the Owingsville Cemetery. Has Garden. .entertainment will be the best C. F. Martin, Manager. vtalog. for which they will pay the high-e- st No Agents. There is a houseof peaceful rest, four corner posts with name on them, but name can be cut off. possible under the circumstanT- - , cash market price H F. HILLENMEYE.K it SONS ces. They wiH be assisted by Heavy paper to go under car A balm for every wounded breast. 1 JOHN W. HONAKER. Stkeet., Owingsville ; f Water Lexington; Ky A Friend. pets at The Outlook omce. , , other home talent j PLOWS f A re i ! SUGENE MINIHAN te s. lie Daily Louisville JMm, 38-t- Courier-Jo- street-cleaniii- K two-year-o- ld Nctos uDhen it is Setos lioard the Ship Earth . i 39-4- 38-t- y, 38-t- ! OffiSST VI &S Every Once in a While $2.85 . I 4. IV. i JJPJ &S. ten-cent LjMiddlen. r - . ""-e- 1 1 I lKN-,'1Ieq- ua.. : Good-past- er -f of our regular customers tells talked into buying of these "long distance" didn't "taken measure" and sent it to to have suit made New York or after it. The result th The work factor and the suit rushed tin ui course ne nevor gets caught twicc,but why get caught at all when select the suit in to you can have it want, try it that it and home wearing it. .. v--v ... . . SUBS JOB itdr 'ered 4 toi-cids- '-- r rtJ' 40-4- THE OUTL5v Double-breaste- GOODPASTER Kentucky. & CO. 42-t- r iru inu. w HY PAY im-iu-ua- FOE, 1913 40-4- when you others more for half their profits by trading at current polit You cannot keep posted ical events unless you read the he GILLON'S? tu I x.kjjx. xou HATS, youths and of SUITS for SHIRTS, COLLARS, TIES, UN in all DERWEAR, SHOES and the latest styles for and children; Trunks, Suit A Democratic President Weekly THE OWINGSVILLE $1.60 al FOR SALE. TWO-STOR- Y al To-ge- t X three-eighth- U jJOMHBNTAL SIX-ROO- 1 well-bui- l GOOD-SIZE- . D In c -- f ' - .ft Ky. Printers who attend the second Kentucky Cost Congress, to be held In bUBSTITUTION FOR CUSTOMARY llllo April 22 and S3, will bo given an opportunity to see some ot PINK TEA, SOCIAL INNOVATION the largest and most modern plants OF LEXINGTON SOCIAL in the South In operation. Tho big LEADERS. establishment of tho Courier-Journa- l Co., the largest in the entire South, will bo among those which will bo Real Race Horses and Real Jockles, seen. The Courlcr-Journarecently Notable In Social and Turf .moved Into its new home at Third and World, to Attend. firccn streets. Comparatively few of the printers In the Kentucky metrop"Weitern Newopapfr Unlcn News 8rvle. olis have ever had a thorough InspecLouisville, Ky. The first raco meet- tion of the modern plant and all will opportunity to see It in ing In Kentucky this year will be held welcome the Tinsley-Meye- r Engraving by a woman for tlio entertainment ot action. The Is to be ner friends. It will be given by Mrs. Co. Ix)uisville gone over, while that ot Paper Clara Lc Bus, at Hlnata farm, near tho Maple streots, Co., at Thirteenth will also be visited. Is April 24 and and LcxInRton. The dato i no the meeting has been sanctioned by tain Louisville t'aper Co. will cnte' members tho Kentucky Baclng Commission and the afternoon of the Cost Congress, of April 22. the Eastern Jockey club. Tho races will be contested by real race horses, PI KAPPA ALPHA MEETS. ridden by professional jockeys. Hand-sompieces of plato will be the Lexington, Ky. The fourth biennial convention of tho PI Kappa Alpha fraternity was opened hero with about ICO members present Tho session opened with a prayer by the Kev Homer Carjicnter, of Shelbyvllle. Ky.. a former student of Transylvauia uniLouisville, o rd. RACE MEETING PRINTERS TO INSECT PLANTS. PRESIDENT WILSON AS A BASEBALL FAN U. S. WATCHES JAPAN DEMONSTRATION IN TOKYO CAUSES CONCERN AT CAPITAL. POPE STILL IMPROVES DOCTORS, HOWEVER, CONSIDER HIS CONDITION PRECARIOUS. Confidence of Vatican for Ultimate Recovery of Pontiff Not Restored by Remarkable Rally. KENTUCKY DUEL RESULTS IN TWO DEATHS AND WOUNDING OF FIVE STRAY BULLET KILLS CITY JUDGE. 4. MEETING GOES TO EXTREMES Situation Is Becoming Increasingly DeSerious In Japan clares War la Now Impending Between the Two Countries. Washington, April 21. So greatly concerned were o ficlal circles Friday over the expressions of feeling In Tokjo and tbo other large cities ot Japan that none except those Immediately concerned, like the California delegation, would comment openly. The situation has been complicated by the discovery that many states, including the District of Columbia, have a statute almost Identical with the law proposed by the California legislature. versity. After temporary organization of the convention, with Cordon Hughes, of Union, S. C. the head of the fraternity, presiding. Dean It. K. Massie, of Christ Church Cathedral, an alumnus of the I'nlvenslty of Virginia, made an address of welcome on behalf of the alumni, which was followed by a welcoming address from the local chapters by Jesse T. H.azelrigg. of Transyl- Tho muddle has been intensified by the fact that Italy has followed the lead ot Japan. An intimation has been received that France. Germany and other European nations are also likely to make protests. Tokyo. Japan. April 21. The situation brought about by the California - vania university. J. Pike Powell, of Knoxville, representing the visitors, answered the addresses of welcome by Dean Hassle President Wilson throwing out the ball to start the game between the Washington and Now, York teams of the American league. Tho picture also and Mr. Hazelrigg. Marshall and somo ot the members of the president's shows cabinet BUILDING BOOM AT SOMERSET. Somerset, Ky. The stonework has been completed on the new government building and the roof Is being put on. Tho work ba the Interior Is being pushed with all possible haste, and when the new structure Is completed It will be one of tile prettiest In the city. Tho appropriation for the Somerset building was $65,000. and the lot cost about $10,000. Diagonally across the street from the new government building, which Is about 300 feet from the courthouse and public square, 's being erected two handsome busl- s brick buildings, which will be for mercantile business on the oors and offices above. VOTE ONE OF FREE RAW WOOL -- WILSON NAMES MANY IOWA MAN TO FILL VACANCY ON BOARD OF APPRAISERS OF NEW YORK. LE BUS. j one of CARDINAL POINTS OF the TARIFF BILL ADOPTED. Representatives From Sheep Raising State Wage a Desperate Battle of Opposition. of with him elnnatL wlth w- - ,"4 . fgV'Scott. t.OOO each' V Carolina jCpfather, ,h of Can- - lis sister, inton, O, VJay Ying-Rob- - .'DIES. 2-'.- - . Cost prominent families of thU n t D. Webb. 55 . homo in this city jJonged Illness of jJTv- - MrwWebb formerly ,jPIR.thls city, and prominent lie was a member of one nn n9 ttA 1 fl In IVItllttm jeob, for years a leading merchant this city, ueiiaes nis w ire who was, before marriage. Miss Georgia Flthian. lie M Burvlved by his mother, Mrs. Alary C. Webb, and two brothers, W. H.'Webb, clerk ot the Bourbon circuit court, and FTank P. Webb, both of this city. OFFICE BUILDING FOR HOPKINS-VILL- E. HopldnsvlUe, Ky. Articles of Incorporation were Hied by a local company which will erect a three-storoffice building In Ninth street, adjoining tho Elks' club. Ground was broken to lay the foundations. The Incorporators are L. M. Cayce. L. II. Davis, C O. "Wright and Dr. J. E. Stone. The capital Is 1200,000. y TO TEACH OFFICERS OF GUARD. Newport, Ky. A school of Instruc tion tor the officers of the Kentucky National Guard will be held at Fort Thomas, Ky July 7 to 12. This school will precede the camp of Instruction for the National Guard either at or Earlington about one week. About 110 officers will attend- SALOON LICENSES ARE GRANTED. April 18. Freo raw Washington, wool was voted Wednesday by tho Democratic caucus. This places tho tariff bill dictated by President Wilson and Secretary Bryan out of danger of material change by the house Underwood organized tho Democrats. TS DECLARED INVALID fight against a duty on wool and won, V-.- All of the work of 190 to 42. Free wool means a Ioes of about Jury for Payette $18,000,000 a year in revenue. Tho February returned 23 per cent cut In sugar duties will g llctmentf, The a loss of gaming result In corporation tar Is to b repealed and vlslot j,c ipnt will about $20,- TJc.jCt-- yAiJ-three .was declared by Judge changes In the existing" i the total the reductions In revenueswlll be about Shave been Invalid antfthe d to $60,000,000. Underwood has estimated jury now sitting. Judge revenuo under total reductions Ksrr,held that the presence of Ches- the new bill will be in about $CS.OOO,000. ter U. Adams in the grand Jury room the $8,000,000 therefore Is to result Only mado the indictments Invalid. Adams cuts In the tariff schedIs an employe In' the otllce of County from other ules. Attorney Falconer. Representatives from the wool growing states waged a desperato CHARLES C. DEGMAN DIES. fight for more than three hours to have a duty of fifteen per cent ad Maysvllle, Ky. chas. C. Degman, valorem substituted for free wool. C9, past department commander of Agreement was reached when the Kentucky C. A. IL, died at his home contest started that a vote should In Springdale, this county, after sevbe taken at six o'clock and that five, eral months' illness from stomach minutes should be allowed each trouble. He was one of Mason coun- speaker. The debate was acrimonity's most prominent citizens and sub- ous and but for the cooler beads stantial farmers, and well known among the older members might have throughout tho state. During the Civil resulted In a bolt from the caucus by War Mr. Degman served In tho 70th some of the more antl-frewool men. Ohio volunteer Infantry and Tenth Kentucky cavalry. Two years aso he WEATHER MAN IS DISCHARGED was elected department commander ol Kentucky, serving out his full term. Lodged Against He Is survived by his wife, who Is a Irregularity Charge Prof. Willis L. Moore Desires a daughter of the late Kev. Sandford Most Rigid Examination. Doyle, one daughter and four sons. Washington April 17. Willis L. COAL OPERATORS IN HARLAN. Moore, who resigned recently as the head of the weather bureau, was reBarbourvlIIe. Ky. Local coal men moved from that office Wednesday are organizing a company to operate charged with "serious Irregularities." in Harlan county. About $20,000 will In reply to President Wilson's rebe expended In Installing a plant about quest for his Immediate removal Protwo miles from tho town of Harlan. fessor Moore Issued a statement Ho Louisville men are Interested in the said In part: proposed company, which will prob"I will say that It Is the same old ably take material shape this week. lnfluenco that attempted to displace Another local company has purchased and remove Dr. Harvey W. Wiley a valuable tract near Hazard, Perry without letting him see the charges county, and will install a mining plant, or confronting his accusers) that are with electrical equipment, this sum- now driving me from public office. "Literally third degree methods mer. This venture will call for the expenditure ot about $25,000. were applied to my friends in the weather bureau under such penalties that they did not even daro to speak SORE THROAT EPIDEMIC. to me and then a report was made Ky. There seems to be to the president that bad for Its obCarrollton, no abatemont of the epidemic of throat ject the driving ot me In disgrace trouble here. Probably 100 children from a service where I had an honorare out of school, and In all there able career for over a third of a cenI shall gladly welcome have been 300 cases. Most of the tury. cases are not severe, but quite a num- any Investigation to which the press Is admitted." ber ot people have been very ill. charg-'fferln- SENDS LIST TO THE W. SENATE tianity remained. Otherwise, he de clared war was impending. alien land holding bill Is becoming increasingly serious. A mass meeting Friday composed for the most part of irresponsible persons, demanded extreme measures In retaliation by Japan. Tho singing of war songs aroused the feelings of many of the lower classes who wcro present On the other hnnd, government cir spirit cles aro showing a friendly Hamilton Wright Mabio of New York. Doctor Peabody and John R-- Mott secretary ot the international commit tee of the Young Men's Christian as sociation, were the guests at a lunch eon given by Baron Nobaoki Makino, the foreign minister. Shortly after luncheon Messrs. MaBIc, Peabody and Mott and a number of representatlvo Japanese Christians and Americans met at the residence of Count Shlgenobu, former premier and minister of foreign affairs. Count Okuma delivered a speech in which he said that diplomacy, the courts. and commercial men were helpless. and that only the influence of Chris Home. April 19. Pope Pius had Row Over Woman With a Carnival Company Starts Trouble Crowd passed three days without fever, his Is Stampeded. general condition Is progressing favorably, and It these conditions continue two days more he will be considered Western Newspaper Union News Servic. Franklin. Ky. In a pistol duel herw convalescent While this news cheered Rome. It City Judgo I. 1L Goodnight and Will has not tended to restore the confi- Taylor. 45 years old, were slain, and dence of tho Vatican as to the ulti- James Taylor, 25 years old, son of Will Taylor, was fatally wounded, mate recovery of the pontiff. The phyisclans still consider the whllo four others were slightly woundpope to be In a precarious condition. ed. The Clifton Kelly shows, or Car It Is pointed out that even should the nival Co.. have been showing at th bronchial symptoms abate still fur- fair grounds hero for a week, and It ther, or entirely disappear, fresh com- was at the conclusion of a perform plications of a cardiac or uraemlc na- ance when the shooting began. .Jame ture aro feared, owing to the greatly Taylor bad an altercation with out weakened condition of the holy fa- of tho showmea over a woman, who ther. Tho present rally which the appealed to Sheriff Robert Gossett for pontiff has made is not a true Indica- piotection. The sheriff threatened tion of his remaining strength, for he young Taylor with arrest and quieted has been fortified constantly with In- him for tho time. Young Taylor, howjections or camphor oil and numerous ever, found his father and related to drugs to keep up his strength. him his experience with the sheriff, A huge throng of Romans congre- whereupon the eldor Taylor went gungated In St. Peter's square Friday ning and at sight of Gossett opened to watch for the ascension of the star fire with a big revolver. over the cupola above the papal apartments, which was predicted by Madame Tjebes, a French clairvoyant, PUBLIC TIRED OF would occur and signify the recovery MILITANT TACTICS of the pope. The star did not appear, ' - and drew the augury from that that tho pope's illness will havo a 'fatal ending. the Italians London. The tide was turned on the suffragettes, and Hydo park, heretofore a popular meeting place for the followers of Mrs. Emmellne- Pank-hursprobably will not be a .Mecca for cdvocates for the ballot for some time to come. At least the suflni' t, TELEGRAPHIC NOTES Berlin, April 19. Tho king and queen of Italy have decided- - to attend the wedding of Princess Victoria LuUo, daughter of the German em- peror and empress, to Princess Ernest August ot Cumberland. The wedding is to take place in Berlin on best-know- n Director of Census; R. W. Woolley, Auditor Interior De partment; H. C. Breckenridge, Asst Secy, of War. J. Harris, MRS. STORY HEADS D. A. R. Final Result Came After Three Days Congress .of Constant Balloting Adjourned Saturday. Washington. April 21. "p -- - et.-cul- t' 1 reg-ran- o liam Cummlngs Story of Now York city was elected president general of tho Daughters of tho American Revo lution Friday by a majority ot 101 opponent. Mrs-rotes ove Jl,Ty B. SJJJvan, a Democratic-J- John MP rher nearest Buffalo, N. Y. Horton ot Injr for ap vc; . f,ngi Mrj jf pointment io tho board of United n6rton. 490. Se- vby Representative Capelle States gercral appraisers at New general mere also Including introduced t of Cincinnati was passed by tho lower York. Mrs. Thomas Kite oflsrio. Mrs. Rhett house of the legislature Tuesday. William W. Roper of Philadelphia, Goode of Ai'abama, Mrs. Allan P. Bcr former Princeton football coach und ley of Pennsylvania. Mrs. Ben Gray of Noisy Le Grand, France, April 19. a Democrat, was numed by tho presi- Missouri. Mfss Harriet Lake of Iowa. One of the most terrible accidents to dent for appraiser of customs at Phil- Mrs. John Swift of California and a spherical balloon In many years ocadelphia. President Wilson consulted Mrs. John Dlnwlddla of Indiana. curred hero Thursday. The military Senators Penroso and Oliver about The election cams after three days balloon Zodiac collapsed at, a height this appointment. of constant balloting, daring which of about C30 feet and fell to tho William J. Harris of Georgia was time Mrs. Story gained steadily on ground with its five occupants, all ot nominated for director of the census. each ballot. whom were killed. Among President Wilson's other A eensatlon was caused in the connominations sent to the senate were: gress when it was learned that Mrs. Auditor for the Interior department, Albert Burleson, wife ot the postmas VV. H. PAGE IS ACCEPTABLE Robert W. Woolley of Virginia. ter general, who attempted to vote Assistant attorney general of tho without registering properly through Great Britain Responds to American United States before the court of a misapprehension, was not permitted Inquiry James M. Lynch Slated claims, Samuel Houston, Thompson, to cast her ballot Mrs. Burleson was for Public Printer. Jr.. of Denver, Colo. finally successfully contested and lost Collector of internal revenue, Her- her vote. Washington. April 17. Great Britain bert H. Mansen. Second district WisThe congress adjourned Saturday. baa formally responded to the Amerconsin. ican Inquiry as to the acceptability of Judges of the district court of AlasWalter II. Page as American ambassaka, division No. 1, Robert W. Jen- CLARK-BRYAFEUD IS OVER dor to the court of St. James. Mr. nings of Alaska-Unite- d Page is persona grata to the British States district attorney for Event Brought About at Banquet Given government and bis nomination will bo the district of Oregon, Clarence L. sent to the senate by President Wilby Newspaper Editor in Wash- Washington, April 19. President Wilson consulted, Senators James and Bradley and Henry Clay Breckenrldgo of Lexington, Ky., was selected for as sistant secretary of war. Tho nomi nation was sent to the senate Thurs day: Mrs. Wil- May 2L "New York, April 19. Rowland Buck-stonone of the actors In comedy parts In America and' for the last 25 years a member of the Edward II. Sothern company, was taken from the Players' club to the Bellevue hospital phychopathlc ward. Worry oc casioned by the recent death of his wife Is assigned as the causo of his collapse. Hastings, England, April 17. Militant suffragettes destroyed the handsome seaside mansion at St Leon ard, on Sea Tuesday belonging to Arthur Philip Du Cros, Unionist mem ber of parliament for Hastings. The women not only set fire to the house, but placed explosives In many of the rooms., Tho residence had recently been vacated. Columbus, O.. April 17. Providing for appointment by the guvernor of a e, gettes had plenty ot evidence that tho public has tired of tho militancy, and only the protection offered by large bodies ot police saved the women from tho hands of the angry mobs. At Brighton the suffragettes were chased off the esplanade and took refuge In a neighboring house. This was sur- rounded by howling thousands, who bombarded the place with stones ami ' smashed every window. In deflanco of the ban on meeting at Hyde park tbtt Women's Social and Political nnlon attempted to carry on Its propaganda there. Londoners had anticipated that such attempts would be mado and assembled at the suctomary meet20,-0- . 1 ing place. MAYOR SENTENCED TO 15 YEARS. Prosper Paris. Eugene Pirouv mayor of Gentilly, who was charged with an attempt to murder two aged women near Cbantilly some tlmo ago, has been sentenced to 15 years Imprisonment Tho motive alleged was robbery. It being claimed that Plrou bail lost heavily In speculation on th bourse. CINCINNATI white MARKEEL, "d. Corn No. 2 white C2f?63c. No. 3 CmC2c. No. 4 white 5Sfp60V4e. No. 2 yellow 62 63c. No. 3 yellow 1 61sc No. 4 yellow 6S60c. No. 2 mixed 0UC2c. No. 2 mixed 6060lc. No. mixed G7?f59V4c, whlto ear C0& G2c. yellow ear C062c, mixed ear Ct 62c. No. 1 timothy J17.5018, standard timothy 316.5017, No. 2 timothy J15.5C1C. No. 3 timothy $13J!l 014. No. 1 clover mixed $15,50617. No. 2 clover mixed $1450015.50. No. 1 clover $12.5013J0, No- - 2 clover Hay $9.50 11. SO. N Reames. United States marshal, eastern district of Texas, Benjamin F. Sherrcll. Register ot the land office at Kalis-pel- l, Mont, Frank O. Williams. Register at Santa Fe, N. M., Francisco Delgado. Recorder of the general land office, Lucius Q. C. Iamar. Receiver pf public moneys at Cheyenne, Wyo., Luke Voorheeds. ington City. son. ... Washington, April 21. The sensa tion of the day in Washington was the banquet given Friday night by Ira E. Bennett, editor of the Washington Post, to celebrate tho political. It not personal reconciliation of Champ Clark and William Jennings Bryan. The guests ot the occasion in the order of precedence were: The vice- president. Speaker Clark, Secretary NINE DIE IN HOTEL BLAZE Bryan, Secretary of the luterior Lane, Senators Kern and O'Gorman, RepMany Guests Are Caught in Bed When resentative Charles P. Crisp. Secretary Tumulty, Assistant Secretary of Flames Destroy Malone, Stato Oaborn, Third Assistant Secre N. Y. Hostelry. tary of State Malone, Thcodoro Bell Malone, N, Y., April 18. Nine per- of California, Thomas F. Logan, L. L. sons wcro killed and fifteen more were James of Alaska. injured as the result of fire which almost, destroyed the Hotel De Wilson., Shortwelght Coal Men Hit. The fire started from an explosion South Grange, N. J., April 21. and spread with incredible swiftness. Kraus Mor, a wealthy coal dealer who At the time between forty and fifty was convicted ot selling a shortwelght guestB were In the hotel. The exact ton of coal, was sentenced in.quarter number Is not known because the ho- sessions court to pay & fine ot $1,000 tel register was destroyed. and serve six months In Jail Friday. Sentence Auto Bandits, James M. Lynch, president of the International Typographical union, with headquarters at Indianapolis, Is slated for public printer. 352C. No. 3 mixed 34i035c, No. 4 mixed 33 He. Wheat No. 2 ml $1.1101.13. No. 3 No. 4 red 8Sc0$l. red $1.04Wl-52- . Eggs Prime firsts first 15c, ordinary firsts 14c, seconds ISVjc. Poultry Hens, heavy (over 4 lbs) 13c, (4 lbs and under) 15c. young stag,-groosters 12c. old roosters Wcy springers (1 to IVi lb) 3040c (2 Ur and over) 2(l25c; ducks (4 lb3 and over) 16e. white (under 4 lba) 13c; turkeys (S lbs and over) 17c, young. No. 2 white 38c. standard white 37?.17tjc. No. 3 3636c. Ni. 4 white 343Ctc. No. 2 mixed Oats 16c Y y 15c. $S08.40; butcher steers extra 8:25, good to choice Cattle Shippers $7.35S.25. extra mon to fair $5.2G7.25: heifers, extra good to choice $7.508.15, comJOHN E. WAYMAN KILLS SELF mon to fair $5j7.25; cows, extra S6.75 $3fr $7.5067.90, com- Tragic Act Due to Overwrought Nerv- 07, good to choice $6.25 S.75, common to fair canners $350 04.25. Bulls $7.25 ous Condition, Says Physician Expressed Regret Over Deed. John E. W. Way-maformer state's attorney, shot himself at his homo Thursday within hearing of his wife and thre children, who were on the floor below. He died some threo hours afterward. A moment after the shooting Mrs. Wayman, kneeling over his prostrated body, asked him why he did it "I am very sorry I did It" gasped the wounded man; "I hope I will live." Dr. W. O. Krohn. the family physician, aid Mr. Wayman's act was due to his overwrought nervous condition. Chicago. April 19. n, Bologna $70750. fat bulls 07.75. Calves Extra $7.75S. fair to good $6f27.0. common and large $507.25. HogsSelected heavy $9.209.25. good to choice packers and butchers $9.2009.25. mixed packers $990. stags $55097-50- . common to chqlcv heavy fat sows JCWSJJO, common ti y choice-heavfat sows $6350. extra $8.50. light shippers $7.85 9, plga (10( lbs and less) $4.50(7.75. Clipped Sheci Extra $550. good to choice $55.40, common to fair $ig 4.75: wool sheep $4.500650. Clipped Lambs Extra $7.50. good to choice $707.40, common to fair $5 6.75: wool lambs $SS50; spring Iambs $R8.10. PULASKI COUNTY FAIR DATES. Henderson, Ky. Thirty-threof the e applications for saloon license in the city of Henderson were granted by tho common council. These licenses were granted at $300 each. Some years ago when the license was'Just half of this amount there wero approximately sixty saloons In the city with a less population than at present The ordinance regulating saloons and liquor seeling here is very strict and provides for a revocation of license for Its violation. e thirty-fiv- Somerset, Ky. The Pulaski county fair will be held this year under the auspices ot the Somerset I. O. O. F. lodge. No. 238. All arrangements have been completed wherebjv they are given charge of tho exhibition and the exact dates will soon be announced. The fa'ir will be, as usual, four days, and will probably be the last --week In August Preparations are under way to make it one ot the most elaborate exhibitions ot livestock and agricultural products ever seen In this county. MUSIC FEST AT BOvlING GREEN. Bowling Green. Ky. With every promise ot excclljng the two previous festivals. Musical Director Prof. Franz J. Strahm has engaged the assistance of members of the Symrhony Orchestra from St Louis and Indianapolis for tho third annual music festival to bo given May 8 and 9 by the Oratorio Society Q the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School. The orchestra will pieces and the consist of fifty-twstring Section has twenty-si- x players. i o J. J. Mitchell on Directorate. New York, April 1?. John J. Mitchmurdering ell ot Chicago was elected a director uel Phillips, charged with his wife, Maria Phillips, was declared ot the International Harvester 'comnot guilty by a jury here Thursday pany at its annual meeting here ThursThe defense claimed Mrs. Phillips day, to succeed George F. Baker, recommltteed suicide. tired. Other directors were Asks $2,250,000 for Use In Chicago. Washington. April 19. Representative Gallagher ot Illinois Introduced a bill Thursday authorizing the expenditure of $2,250,000 for the acquisition ot a site for the new West side post office in Chicago. Lady Decles' Debut In Ireland. Dublin, April 18. Lady Decles, Vivian Gould, made her debut as an Important hostess In Ireland Wednesday, giving a brilliant dinner at near Dublin, which was a conspicuous success. Acquitted of Wife Murder. Minneapolis, Minn., April 19. Sam- Investigates Harvester Strike. Auburn. N. Y.. April 19. State Labor Commissioner John Williams, accompanied by several other statu officials, arrived here Thursday and began an investigation Into the International Harvester company strike. Eight-Hou- r FIRE IN JEWELRY STORE. Wilson Heads Boy Scouts. Washington. April 19. President New York, April 21. George and Terro Haute, Ind. Eire In the art Robert McVetty. Charles Clark and Wilson accepted here Thursday the department of the Swope-Neh- f Jewelry-Co- . Patrick Bolger, four members of a honorary presidency of the Boy caused a loss of $25,000 and for a gang ot taxlcab bandits, wero sen- Scouts ot America. He expressed Intime threatened an entire squaro tenced to serve a maximum or 21 terest in tho work and promised his the business section. Firemen wor. active support years In Sing Sing Friday. but finally succeeded in confining th Noted Hotel Man Suicides. Four Hurt In Alf.o Crash. building. The Petersburg. Va.. Anril 19. W. U. blaze to the three-storInd., A;rll 21. Hammond. Four men were Injured, two fatally. In an West, formerly proprietor of the West damage was wrought la a large stock automobile accident near Odon when house at Sandusky. O.. and one of tho of fine china, heavy silver plato anal a machine driven by Calhoun Miller best known hotel men In northern art goods. Tho merchandise In the of Elnora plunged luto a ditch and up- Ohio, committed suicide here Thurs- front part of the store was not dam- Tigcd osccpt by water. day morning. set Friday. y Io. f ' . 1 PASTOR HEEDS APPEAL. ne Bill Killed. Carlisle, Ky.1 At the urgent appeal of the members of the Baptist church here it is announced that the Rev. B. 7. Swindler has .reconsidered his. resignation as pastor of that church and will remain here another year. Dr. Swindler recently Undered his resignation to the church here, expecting to accept a call to Ue pastorate of the Bethel Baptist church 'in Falrview, Todd county. Dr, Swindler has been pastor ot the Baptist church here for several years. Juneau, Alaska, April 18. The lower houBu ot the territorial legislature adopted a committee report killing the women's eight-hou- r bill, but passing the bill providing an eight-hou- r day on all public work Wednesday. Sues Princess for Parasols. Paris, France, April Bank In Connecticut Closed. Says New York Has 5,332,000. Washington. Ap.jl 18. The FIrbt New York, April 21. The population of Greater New York is G.332,000 National bank of Norwich, Conn., was persons, according to the figures com- closed by order ot its directors on piled by the New York health depart- Wednesday afternoon and National ment Friday. The official census said Bank Examiner N. S. Dean was placed in charge. 4.766,883. ESCAPED THROUGH FLAMES. Kills Self and Bums the 111.. April 18. The fifth attempt at suicide of 'Michael Sellers resulted In his death, the destruction ot i the Whiteside county Jail, by fire and the serious injury of Sheriff J. Frank Wahl Wednesday. Jail-Sterli- ng, BandlU Rob a Dtntlit New, York. April 21. Bound and Louise of Belgium Was coucemned by gagged in his own operating chair, the civil court Wednesday to pay $770 Benjamin Friemai), a dentist watched for a dozen parasols she bought be- three men rifle his office and depart tween May 17 and July 7, 19H. one with gold and platinum worth $4,000 I lot each of 12 dresses. Friday-- International White Slave Campaign. Denver. Colo-- Awil 18. The tint step in launching a world-widanti- white slavery campaign was taken by the chartering ot the International e Slave association here e Anti-Whit- Marguerite Shonts, are under a phy- stclan's care at a Daphne hotel. Mortthan $100,000 damage was done by the fire, which spread with such rapidity that nothing was saved except a. tew o.'cces of"v Mobile, Ala. After escaping through the flames that destroyed their spluu;'''" did heme near here, Mrs. Theodore ' t -P Shonts, wife of the head of. th ' New York Intcrborough Metropolitan ' ftapld Transit Co., and her two dangh ters. the Duchess de Caulnes and Misn -- 1 Wednesday. Jewelry. i 0 ANTQN L fk W is- r'- - yi W ELEANOR Jw" VlJ v Jj&ttuy cc. TW2D A M, cffiiutor JFufmtcns SYNOPSIS. At crest the ths Mercury. re tlx mechanicianof of dead.automobile Strange Fltanton's machine, drops af 13 Game anJile Candle FREDERIC THORNBURGH The L Ing to racing rules put on the new tires, and took their seats amid hearty admiration and good wishes. Twenty minutes after she left the youth. Jess Floyd, volunteers, in J la t. In the rest during the twenty-fou- r hour race Btanton meets a atrancer. illis CartlBte. who Introduces herself. The Mercury wins race. Stanton receives flowers from MIks Carllilo. which he Stanton meets Mlaa Carllals on a train. They alight to take walk, and train leaves. Etanton and Miss Carlisle follow In auto. Accident by which Rn-to- n Floyd, at lunch la hurt la myelerloua. with Stanton, tells of hH boyhood. Stanton stain meets Miss Carlisle and tlier dine together. Stanton cornea to track tick, but makes race. CHAPTER VI. (Continued.) y. There was a bad turn. Ills eyes on At he machine In front, Stanton roundel the banked curve at a pace which sent tho shrieking crowd of spectators ' ns from the danger-linand a. - d yellow coil high Into the sir. As . 9 Mercury lurched Into tho straight stretch beyond, aa Floyd was in the act ot turning to examine the rear tires, there came a sharp explosion and a reeling stagger of the car as a rear casing blew out. wrenched Itself bodily from the wheel and rolled like a hoop Into a field a hundred yard away. i The machine tottered to the edge ct the road, stopping under the powerful brakes. Floyd sprang out. drag-sinloose one of the extra tires carried, while Stanton reached for the tvl-box- . They bad no aeed or time i' coaverration, as they worked, peo-- i: rom nil directions flocking around u , pushing, eager circle to watch the r jccedmgs. The two worked well together, Floyd's deft swiftness balanced by Stanton's strength. When the task was finished, the driver first regained bis place. "Get In." he ordered crisply. "Are you going to take all day, or am I going to catch that Atalanta?" Floyd obeyed first and retorted second; an Invaluable habit "If you're goin' to catch anything but a smash. I'd suggest a for that turn," he countered, in the blurred accent so softly deceptive. "No tire built is goin' to stick on a wheel under such roughln'." Stanton shot a glance askant out of eye. the corner of a stormy He was irritated by the lost time, be felt more 111 than he could have been brought to admit, and Interference shoulder. pricked him like a spur. "I'm going to get out of this up-r- c you a lesson Canton br"v ImpartPd. "Como your things and w: send --l0 - .cross his ahouldcTa; Jiay"-a- r over"miccl. tar lioie' ht" Floyd drew .esltatlng oddly. It w Stanton at his worst an began. "I'm sorry," he who made the next two circuits of Stanton's straight dark brows conthe long course. Other racers, warned by their mechanicians of the thunder- tracted. "You mean that you don't want anybolt bearing down upon bem. Hrow prudently to one side, preferring the thing personal to do with your brute chance 'of later regaining tho advan- of a driver? Oh, say so." "No. no! Only tage. From every angle and curve the eyes sent one direct Tho steel-keepeople, fled, at sight of the gray car followed by Its whirlwind of dust and glance Into tbe troubled gray ones. "Cood-by.- " pronounced Stanton deficarrying the huge "6" on its hood. Twice the Mercury rushed past the nitely, and turned on his heel. grand-stand- , "Stanton!" cried Floyd, In distress. to a tumult ot cheers Tbe other kept on. unheeding. drowned by tbe car's osrq roar. Tbe "Stanton!" Floyd appealed, overtaksecond time, the two men glimpsed an official rising, megaphone In hand, and ing him. "Please I give you my rightly guessed that they had made word I never, meant that I've got to be back at my own hotel, tonight the fastest circuit of the day. And Floyd had received the prom- that was alL 111 do anything you ised lesson, for Stanton had safely ne say." Stanton ttowly halted. gotiated the turn that before cost them "Will you come with me now, to tire, at a pace equally fast. Safely, once; but. not content, he dinner? Suit. yourself." was tho bumble sur"I'd um around the second time driving render.like to," woman, Floyd yielded Like a i frriously, with unslackened speed. x upon the turn they swept again., tSw" on unerringly repeating his ex-- , quttlte. feat of skill and twisting tbe Mercury around on the two Inside wheels; then tbe predicted happened The crack of an exploding tire came while they were on the bend. Instantly echoed by the bursting of its mate from the opposite wheel; the car tore Itself from control under the double shock and shot off the course Into the field beyond, plowing deep furrows In tbe soft earth until It overturned with a final crash. Partly held by bis steering-wheel- . Stanton waa flung out on the meadow vrasa as the car upset, its speed then 'co much checked that he escaped scarcely bruised. Floyd, unprotected, bad been burled from his seat by' tbe first shock and lay near tbe edge of the course. From far and near came the people's cries of horror and shouts for aid. But before tbe first man reached them. Stanton was up and at the1 side of People From All Directions Flocking I mechanician. Around. "Floyd I be panted. "Floyd!" . Floyd was already rising to cm a superior will; like a man. there knee; rasping for breath, soiled with to were reservations In nis i dust sad grass stains, and with the yielding. welling from a jagged rent In blood There was a taxi cab waiting; to It ', his left arm. but with his' attention Stanton led tbe way. j. - only fixed on Stanton. The destination was opc of the "You're all right!" be articulated large hotels of tbe city, "IT Yes. A fool always la. Ton" of tbe companions wero and neither dressed for But he could see for himself that the public dining-room- . In the ; the mechanician was not seriously in-- lobby Stanton paused Jured. without Floyd's reassuring nod. to order dinner sent to bis own apart"Call me what you like," Stanton perfectly Indifferent to tbe senv' permitted, between clenched teeth, as ment sation caused by their entrance. be dragged out his handkerchief to "You are unwell, 6lr?" tbe clerk bandage the slender arm. ventured, regarding him wide-eye- d appalled crowd was upon them. The "No," he denied laconically. With a sputtering roar the Duplex ma- But he looked far more fatigued chine rounded the turn and sped down than his comparatively frail mechanstraight stretch, its mechanician ician, nevertheless. Fatigued, and ill ' staring back over hia shoulder at the "You didn't hurt our up, wreck. But Floyd brushed girlish set I hope," Floyd yourself In anxiety, said with carls off bis forehead and staggered when they were alone In the stiff. Imerect, belplesa laughter shaking him personal hotel room. "Call you? I think you've not tbe "No. I had a bad night of it" Stanbest disposition an' tbe worst temper ton explained. Ile sat down in an I ever sawl Tls this up an well resting bis head against tbe T light the car. We've got to le movln' cushioned back. "Make yourself comI 4m." fortable as you can. Floyd. There is There were, plenty of synipatbetlc nothing the matter with m! there helpers. Incredible to .the witnesses, can't be. I never waa sick a day since but as Floyd bad foreseen, the Mer- I can remember. Probably I ecd cury had not materially sufferjed. The feeding; I've eaten nothing sin o ., big car was righted by fifty bands; confounded dinner last ever ! Stanton and Floyd unaMtfl, accord- - It Is nearly six o'clock now. i g l, slow-down over-taxed blue-black tioned eagerly "At Its repair pit for the Inst hour, Floyd mado hopeful answer. "An there's only tho Atalanta ahead of us." Stanton shook his head, but let out his car a little faster. The Mercury came acrosB tbe line, at the finish. Just five minutes behind the Atalanta; to receive fully as great an ovation as tbe winning car. The spectacular driving, the record of tho fastest lap and highest speed ever made on that course, the second place won in spite of the accident almost eclipsed tho Atalanta'a victory. In the midst of tho Joyous tumult. Floyd descended, stiff and weary enough after the continuous run of five hours and fifty-eigminutes. But Stanton did not follow; leaning upon bis steering-wheethe focus of snapping cameras, curious crowds, and blended congratulations and sympathy. Only when one of the Judges came over to shake hands, was the explanation made evident "If I um to get out. some one will have to help me." announced Stanton Impassively, and unclasped his mask, baring a face gray with exhaustion under its coating of caked dust And, in fact It was necessary to aid tbe cramped, driver to dismount from his car; to the wonder of all those familiar with bis usual superb endurance. A little later Floyd, some of the grime removed, somewhat rested, and leaning from the ambulance surgeon's care with his ami bandaged in civilized fashion, felt a touch on his course, the Mercury shot down it once more. By the time the grand-stanwas fully aware that "Stanton bad got his again," and the ambulance had been hurried clanging to tho scene of the possible tragedy, the Mercury whirled past tho Judges, running more comct-Ukthan ever. But Stanton took the turns conservatively; for him. The race was lost Even Stanton r could not regain the lead given his competitors. Lnto in the fourth hour he signaled Floyd to lean closer, and when he was obeyed: "Where's the Duplex T" be ques e half-hou- i jd' . -- n I" -- d ll , guest-crowde- d But. after all. w .n the food was brought. Stanton could eat nono ot WILL It; although maintaining a pretense ot doing so. which torbado his com panion to comment upon tho fact OF THE ATONEMENT BtOOD "Were you feeling 111 yesterdBy?" Floyd inquired, when the last course GAVE MORGAN CONFIwas removed and they were left to DENCE. themselves. Ills own bearing was less assured than usual, bis gaiety Biibdued to quietness almost vnring ot timCharity ind Servants Given Generous idity. Bequests Residue of Vast Estate "Not until evening, alter dinner." Go to Son and Grandson. The mechanician looked at him. to speak, checked himself, and started t'nlon News Service. at last Impulslwly put the Indiscreet Western question: my soul New York. "I commit "Do you mind tell' bcre you Into the luitidH of my Savior. In full :uh dined?" confidence that, having redeemed It "Of course not." St.r.' returned, and washed It In His most precious without a trace of hcMtatiu". "With blood. He will present It faultless Mr. Carlisle of the tire company, the throne of my heavenly Faand hlB daughter. Thoy ao hero for ther, and 1 entreat my children to the raccB. He wanted to tt.lk 'res to maintain nud defend, at all hazard, inc. Heaven knows why. V. .lidn't and at any cost of pergonal sacrifice, got very far; after Miss '.. left the blesued doctrine, of the complete I UR I began to feel so sir' it. atonement fur aln through the blood myself and got an he of Jesus Christ, once offered, and doctor." nearest through that nlonc." Floyd turned his head, and ciught This Is tho extraordinary and strikhis breath In a brief, quick sigh. When ing utterance which begins the last he looked back nt his host, his crndld will and testament of John 1'Ierpont eyes were clearer and more Morgan, who died at Rome on March than they had been blnco tho assist- 31 last, whose body, heaped over with ant manager had given the account of flowers from tho crowned heads of Stanton's amazing disappearance. ' later, your doctor Knrope, was, a fortnl?! ;u I brought Indigestion, "Acute hack to his own laud. last Moncalled your attack?" day was borne to its laM testing place "Something like It." "Miss Carlisle doesn't seem to be at Hartford. Ever since the funeral the publicaa lucky companion," Floyd observed tion of the great financier's last will dryly. "She mado you miss your train hero, you came near breaking your has been awaited with keen expectawrist with her car. and her dinner tion, and It is safe to say that of all seems to have poisoned you. What the interesting testamentx of eminent did sho give you. lobster and Ice- citizens of America, that of Mr. Morgan, to he offered for probate here cream?" "No I hardly know. I never care Monday morning, is by far the most whet I eat." He passed his hand Im- interesting. patiently across his forehead, suddenSize of Estate Withheld. ly giddy. As to the amount of the estate, Floyd leaned nearer. which Is one of the first questions the "Stanton, how did you feel? What? public naturally Is asking, there Is Tell me; I'm not just curious." nothing lu the; will to glvu any accu"Nausea, violent successive attacks rate Idea, cud tho executors declare of seasickness that left mb too weak that no announcement will be mado to stand. I've got tho headacho yet" on (his point until the appraisal has His voice died out; he bad a vague been mado determining the state impression ot Floyd starting up and inheritance for tax. coming toward him. Tho amounts of bequests named by "I had to make tbe doctor steady specific sums is under $20,000,000, but me With somo drug so 1 could race." the entire' residuo of "I'm brute to J. P. Morgan. Jr., tho estate Is left ho resumed abruptly. who Is designed enough without that In me, Floyd." by his father to become the chief heir, "Hush, try to rest," urged his not only to earnest young voice across charltablo his fortune, but to his many and artistic activities. the mist. Summary of the Bequests Made By "I'm tired." he conceded. Will of Morgan. It seemed to him a long time afterward that a sensation of exquisite To Widow In trust (to bo becoolness extinguished the flame-likqueathed at her death as she shall pain binding his temples, although the direct), $1,000,000. Trust fund from rich sunset glow was stilt in the room his father (amount not given). Other when ho opened his eyes. Floyd was funds sultlelpnt to mako her annual bending over him. bathing his fore- Income $100,000. His country place, Stan-tb- e head with light, firm touches. "Cragston," and all its savage Irritability of a strong man Madison avenue home contents. His and contents and me! (except family portraits and wines). "What n position for you do for n.- - 't. engine What will To X P. Moraan, Jr. -- Outright gift. is shaking looso from the t jsIs. by $.1,000,000. All his wines. His rights your toofr. tho feeling? (let and titles In Metropolitan Museum "Don't try to talk. I have sent for and similar Institutions. His private a doctor." soothed .Floyd. "You are art gallery and Its contents. All the all' right. Here," a hand was slipped residue of his estate without condibehind bis head, a glass of watpr held tions. tls." to his lips. "D-I- t.' To Daughter ' s. n. L. fcatterle' a' bx . "Y"'i "ilrt" It. trasVJ? w 'ircam Statitoii want. by .Mrs. Satterlec vetter. Ana you . as she may elect). among hek children sister couldn't ! Floyd, so nonsensically To Daughter, Mrs. W. P. Hamilton tho feverishly brilliant eyes flashed In trust, $2,000,000 (to he bequeathwide, "what is your sister's name?" ed by Mrs. Hamilton among her chil"Jessica." dren as she may elect). "Jesse. Jessica?" To Daughter, Anne T. Morgan In "We are twins; I told you that trust. $3,000,000. If said daughter They named us so purposely." The heavy white bandage encircling shall be married and have no children, his mechanician's left arm' caught tho and her husband shall survive her she may lcovo him not to exceed patient's falling attention. "You've had a bad day: go home $1,000,000. To W. P. Hamilton and' rest," gasped Stanton (ho brute. (outright), $1,000,000. before things slipped from his ken. To H. t. Satterlee (out- ITO ItE CONTINUHD.) rignt), $1,000,000 Public Bequests To St. (ieorge's SHREWD IDEA OF DIPLOMAT Kpiseopal Church. New Vork (a trust), Where Russian Officer of Embassy $500,000. To Archdeaconry of Ora.f;e (a trust), $100,000. To House of Rest Proved More Than a Match (for consumptives), $100,000. for Abdul Hamld. To Friends and Servants. Diplomatists abroad tell bow a dis To Dr. J. W. Marcoe. life income., to tinguished member ot the Russian continue for his widow upon his death, corps diplomatique cleverly outwitted per year, $25,000; to .Miss Ilelle Da Abdul Hamld. tbe lata Sultan of Tur- Costa Green, his librarian, $50,000; to key. The Russian displayed a curious Miss Ada Thurston, library employe. Ingenuity in introducing the business $10,000; to C'apt W. U. Porter, his sailof bis country In the guise of personal ing master, $15,000! to C. W. King, his pleasure. private secretary, $23,01)0; to each emIt appears that the Sultan bad abso ploye ot J. P. o.Mrgan & Co. and of the lutely refused to grant 'an audience to Loudon House of J. S. Morgan & Co, any member of tbe diplomatic body at a year's salary: to Kdward Phllllns. Constantinople and that during the his valet, $15,000; to Jenny B. Tracy, period In question Abdul Hamld spent Bister-ito Clara T. iaw. $100,000; tbe greater part of his time In Ho.iptn. sister-in-la$100,000; to Julia an amusement whereof be N. Rrown, , $100,000; to was passionately fond. Lucy K. Leo, of his household, income The Russian heard that his Imperial for llfoon$I00,000; majesty stood in need of fresh birds of his household, to Florence M.Rhett annual Income of to supply tbe place of those killed In $10,000; tc Ethel U. Wallace, income fight, whereupon the wily Muscovite for life on $100,000; to each member ot procured a white fowl of the Corsair the barnyard species, caused it to be of $1,000; club, silver token of value lo Mary G. Mcllvalne. a trimmed and spurred to resemble a gamecock, and sent It In a richly deco- friend, annuity of $25,000; to J. Reaver webb, a friend. $250,000; to Mrs. Alice rated cage to the Sultan. The ruse was successful, but tbe Mason, n friend, an Income for life, Sultan, at first delighted with the gift per year. $3,000: to Margaret Hender- soon sent for the diplomatist to ex- son, his London housekeeper, annuity plain, if he could, why his bird bad of $2,500; to Henry Pendry, his Lonshown no Inclination to fight The: don houso butler, annuity of $1,250; to Rucslan went examined the bird In Mrs. A. King, his Dover1 house house the presence of Abdul Hamld, and keeper, annuity of $1,250. with great astonishment and regret acknowledged that It was quite unable FOUGHT FIRE WITH BARE HANDS. to cope with the royal gamecocks, LaCrosse, Wis. Using his bare which were undoubtedly of a superior breed. k.Js to fight the flames. Lieut Gov. A conference followed nn ths nM..-- i Thomas Morris saved the life of his of gamecocks In general; and when daughter Cassle, 17 years old. His this was finished the Mnamvlfo ti. hands and arms wero badly bumed. ceeded In drawing the Sultan in a Miss Morris's dressing gown caught mood for conversation of a different fire from a water heater. She rushed character, and In tlrne arirnltlr imm. downstairs, screaming for aid. Into the duced the Dolltii-n- l mnl tin fiftfl tin arms of her father, who was just enlong awaited au opportunity to discuss. tering his homo from a trip In tho Aiier a long interview be returned to state. Tbe lieutenant governor seized his embassy triumphant over his her, and using his hands and a rug Harper's Weekly. quenched tbe flames. -- J.P.MORGAN'S DESIGNS ARE VARIED be-f- or . d mech-anlcian- 's e -- around, and these net or lace frills LANDS at the back are often qulto deep, falling far below tbe base of the neck. The all around frill varies in width from an inch to the depth ot the APPOINTMENT AS SECRETARY OF. Medici Shapes Probably the Prettiest collar. Apof the Many That Have the WAR SENT TO SENATE FOR Tho craio for Bulgarian or Orienproval, of Fashion Selection tal colorings shown in frocks and CONFIRMATION. a Matter for Care. blouses has reached tho realm of i neckwear, and collars of coarse linen Not all the collars rolling away from or voile aro embroidered In Oriental thu throat belong under the Robe- colorings and deslgnB. In many cases SENATOR JAMES SEES WILSON spierre heading, though that classifica- tho background of whlto colored emtion has become elastic enough to broidery. Very wide and plaited frills are used cover thu host of shapes that have not Question Raised as To Effect the the remotest kinship with tho ori- with many of tho low rolling collars, Selection Will Have on Candibut there are narrower models, too. ginal Robespierre model. The dacy of Cousin. Medici shapes havo followed and the number of arrangements In closi upon the hels of tho Robespierre net and lace covering the greater part 3i . . -fad and now ono sees quantities of of the blouse with which tbey are Western Newspaper Union Ne-Frankfort Kentucky got her 3r collars, which. Instead of rolling worn Is large. These may be high slightly and then turning down In recked or low necked, but whether taste of pie cooked by the new adu .i deep points, flare nut from tbe throat there Is a high close stock or turn- istration when President Wilson soi.i and roll at tho edge without turning down collar, some sort of plastron or to the senate the nomination ot Henry down. Ot course In all such Bhapes bib or bertha goes with the collar, fall- Clay Breckinridge, of Lexington to be there Is some faint echo of tho famous ing low over tho front of the bod- assistant secretary of war. He will sucMcdlcl collar, and so the name clings ice and well over the shoulders and ceed Robert Shaw Oliver, who haa back. Such a collar, If dainty and of held over from the Taft administrato all tbe variation on the theme. Some of tbe Medici models are ex- fine material and well designed. Is tion. The position pays a salary of ceedingly attractive and, if becoming likely to bo rather expensive, but will $3,000 a year. at all. aro extremely so. They vary do wonders toward freshening a worn The appointment of Breckinridge greatly In width, spread of flare and blouse and looks extremely weU be- may have some bearing on the candito the throat, somo ot them tween open coat fronts. closeness dacy ot his cousin, Desha BreckinMARY DEAN. hugging tbe throat quite cIobo at the ridge, of Lexington, for the electorbase and (luring only toward the top. ship of Internal revenue of the LexingPaint and Powder. ton district Following his 'visit to tho pow-de- r Why on earth will women daub white houso Senator as aside from tho II. C. James said that on their faces until they look Breckinridge apwhiteif they had been unsklllfully pointment the Kentucky patronage sitwashed, and Uien go out on the street uation was not touched on during the Imagining that they look beautiful? conference. As for rouge, there Isn't ono woman In a thousand that knows how to put Newman Condemns Fertilizer. it on properly. The effect is generally Any farmer who depends on comtho same as In tho case of bleached mercial fertilizers will land in the every line and blemish of the poorhouse, according hair to J. W. Newface stands out, and the rouged wom- man, Kentucky commissioner of Agrian looks about ten years older than culture, who is attending the Confersho naturally would. If a woman can put it on so that it blends Into tbe ence for Education in Richmond, Va. views skin and we can't tell whether she Is He aired his Men's on this subject at conference followrouged or not well that's her own the Business ing a rather spirited tilt between -business. But It takes an artist to do resentatives ot the fertilizer Inter-!- . It and tbe average woman shouldn't and the agriculturists, during- - wnu herself that she has especial flatter talents along that line. Woman's Charles E. Ellis, representative of savannan concern, quesuoneu in World. uncertain tones a statement from mlbsloner Watson, of South C New Waistline. The new waistline, much higher In to the effect that commerrV front than nt the back, that has been Izcrs In that state wero "I am here in the ln ' gradually evolved during the past tew; seasons, is now strongly emphasized tillzer manufacturers y In coats which lengthen narrowly at "and I can not ien others being set lower and standing the back, rounding from a high bust interests are m; away from the throat a little all line above a short waistcoat or a high terrupted byJT around. Ono collar stands high at the folded girdle. That it is excessively that he ha sides and back, rolling slightly at the ugly and awkward does not seem to the fertll upper edge, and the flare widens at matter In the least. One ot the but thy . the sides. The sides of the collar French designers of- fashion carries slant toward the front at the base and this line Into skirts as well, cutting fasten with a soft bow of silk. There them much shorter In fiont than at is also an attached frill of lace which the back. In a long sklit this falls to tbe waistline in cascade ef- is rather good, adding sl&clficani .... fect. a pretty foot Many of the Medici models are made up in satin and worn outside a Compact Manicure Sets. transparent close collar, or are reEven If you do not customarily caij solved Into a flaring Medici frill top- ry a shopping bag. you need not g' ping a closo stock of satin or velvet. t ut without a manicure set, foi But n wired lace collar such as de- a form J low come In so -'bed Is, If m?" :p cle- go Into i Jp thout nd WIDE CHOICE ALtOWED IN THE MATTER OF NECKWEAR. u top frill as she would the plague. When the frill goeB across the back merely, tho collar Is more generally becoming than when It runs all BRECKENRIDGE PLUM i : s - r comr-pT.-y-- -. H-n- uod-looking- ' llr .Ightful bit t wear. K . .cri ds a butw. Jd box Apropos of the jh close stocks fib.d wku asors, orange stick, file. at and trills, much Is done witli that sort emery boards, buffer and bottles ot h ot thing and 'he throat of the nail bleach and polish. Another caseJk?" wearer Is sir uu fairly long the of English Ivory, contains a tiny effect Is usually bood. but the d of nail polish, a buffer, file and woman bhould avoid tbe stock knife. short-necke- Son-ln-ta- PHOTOGRAPH green. The material can be tur over at tbe edges and fastened on at Pretty Frame Not at All Hard to Con- the back with Seecotine, or some other strong adhesive. Diagram A illus struct and an Attractive Adjunct trates this. to Boudoir. A small brass ring Is attached to the A pretty little photograph frame top at the back by means of a loop containing the portrait of the donor of tape and a little glue, and a glance makes a most acceptable gift, and at diagram B shows how this can be dainty frames can be easily made at done. The frame is entirely outlined with home in a great variety of shapes and designs. In the accompanying sketch a dark green silk cord-o- t a fancy patmay be seen quite a simple frame. tern carried Into n loop at each cor ner, turned inwards. The photograph with a piece of glass arranged in front of it, con be placed behind the opening and secured In Its placo by pack ing a piece of dark green paper across tho (back, with the result shown In diagram C. Diagrams D and E give the detail ot tbe embroidery, E Illustrating tbe four leaves at tbe top ot the frame. and D a section of the chain of leaves tnat runs round tho opening. FOR A PRIZED Kentul thnfyosep. K$, a nephi been appointed amlner. The'' reads as follows Thri, 18 years has. acted as bookkee. cashier for various corporations', the time of his appointment, ho . tbe cashier and manager ot the Burn, side. Ky.. branch f the Ayer & Lb: Tie Company." Mr. Kennedy has been learning his new work under Examiner Tercy John ston, at Louisville. "Mr. Kenedy Is -- ti ye, a time he was employed -of Jouesboro, Ark., and tot. n cock-fightin- sister-in-law- I that even a novice can undertake without fear of failure. In making It, when tbe size has been decided upon, a square plce ot thick carboard should be obtained, and a circular hole cut exactly in the center, then that side which is to be the front is padded with a thin layer ot cotton wool, and smoothly covered with pink silk, upon which the design' shown has been worked In various shades of LIGHTING BIRTHDAY CAKE g Offer for Defunct Bank Rejected. The Illinois Realization Co., of Chicago, will not be able to buy the asThe New Ribbons. Tbe characteristics of the new rib- sets of the defunct Commercial Bank bons are richness ot coloring and very and Trust Co.. of Louisville, unless large bold 'patterns. Large designs, there Is an Increase on Its offer of popples and orchldB and roses are $325,000. State Banking Commissioner typical- - In the velour ribbons dark T. J. Smith docs not consider the offer floral effects will be especially in fa satisfactory, and has so informed the vor. Moire brocaded ribbons with stockholders of the bank urging the, floral backgrounds In rich tones, too. completion of the deal and the agents will be used for millinery. of the Realization Co. Tbe stockhold ers of the Banking Co. and the Reali Patchwork Quilt. zation Co. will come here to have a A patchwork quilt may be made conference with the commissioner. from castoff coats, pantaloons, dresses, etc. One thickness ot ticking for a Montgomery County Assessment lining is sufficient and easier to The state board ot equalization made. wash. On account ot the material be- the final assessment on lands in Mont. ing heavy It will be best to cut the gomery county, increasing lands 6 per pieces In huge blocks. cent The Increase of 10 per cent on lands in Martin county was accepted. Old Arsenal Equipment A public sale of a lot of equipment stored In the state arsenal will be held here next Monday by Col. Home Arrangement Equally as Good as Any That Can be Pur- chased. tr rii cm are two devices to be had In the shops for simplifying the lighting or the birthday caKe wnicn couia De duplicated by the home carpenter with a little IngenuUy. One Is a board 12 by 14,lqcbes In diameter, around the -- te arm-chai- The Deadly Dust. Out of every thousand or those whoso occupations calls for constant work In dusty quarters, five die of consumption, according to German official figures; whereas among those who are not exposed to the action of dust only two out of a thousand die of the disease named. The Worst "My wife ah "S, when 1 come t ( inar.es you feel which al?o mat - , to buy mora bn:.. , i; of Id nars hn fcarr ate." "Which h?" "Yes; and ston Record. i ' HAND VICTIM. York. Whllo two women. laughing at him as he vainly pleaded and struggled for life, Vlto l'usilato was slowly tortured to death In a dark alley lending to the basement ot the tenement house at No. 194 Chrystlc street, where ho lived. The house is in the center of a block whose history of murders and bomb explosions is of the blackest Twelve times thf man was stabbed and slash- ed with a stiletto before it was plunged through hit hem bringing BLACK New six-stor- y ( death. equidistant and Just large enough for holding candles the size generally used for birthday cakes. The cake is placed In the center of the boarO on a paper doille. and the candles, aj few or many as desired, arranged symmetrically about It, tbe boles serving &s sockets. The other device Is a series of wooden rings of various sizes, with holes to servo sb sockets for candles. These rings have, from, ten to thirty or forty holes, and 'as they come In different sizes,- any number of candles may be used by combining the rings and having a series of rings one within the other, with the cake In tbe center. edge of which is a Bcrtes or noies. J. Tandy Ellis, acting adjutant general. The offering Includes 770 Winchester rifles, which saw service during the troubles associated with the Goebel assassination and were used during campaigns With these the night-ride- r are 512 gun slings, 365 bayonets and 585 scabbards. 600 cartridge belts, vs er i Silk is," oddly designed and some 17,000 rounds of ammunition. woven i irslan colors, is Intended Over 1,000 blank cartridges and two for trimmings. "Filet flamme," a mar. wagons. velous mixture of violet, straw color and pearly 'i te, shows the same cur- Examination fs Directed. Criminal prosecution In Bell ious' eccent weave ' of The usemanifest in running $1,500 n term, has county. caused others descrlb of it will State Auditor Bosworth to ask for an probably be 1 1 t cd to trimming. investigation. Cov. McCreary haa 11- 5 rected State Inspector and Examiner 8ummer Wraps. Most of tho su. t wraps have Good pastor to make tbe examination. sleeves cut In one wi ' m body of tho garmet Such wraps a; usually collar-les- s Land Assessment Increased. and depend for their char- -, on tho ly The statetoboard of equalization final agreed increase the assessment beauty of the material. T,t brocaded worsteds and "tot'-i- . ie uti- on lands In Lee county 10 per cent more than the assessment of last year. lised for men wrap. A delegation protesting against tbe Increase was heard by the board. y . qi-.. Brocaded Cotton Velvets. A cotton material woven in a raised design with an uncut, looped stitch Is fascinating in a mingling ot rich butter and pale cream colors. "Sulphur" green la good In brocaded cotton velvet. Indeed, these brocaded cottons, In all cf ' s, will be generally used for cos.- nil wraps. An exclusive tast i ,. delight in simple dresses umy from some ot the light, matt ( lit 5 ( V of butter. on dry ieeuy ' jjt 0WING5V1LLE 1 : . . v x . .. -- . .7. ;. - - V--' V corn meal, cotton seed meal.com stover and dry hay is particular- lv calculated to caiisn n linrrl rm. dition of butte-fa- t. Silage will help to some extent in reducing the hardness. Linseed meal also tends to cause a softer fat. vvnen tne cows get on grass in spnng the difficulty of churning js S00n eliminated because the green grass soitens tne iat. one of the most frequent caus- e3 0f long churning is the thin-lin- g ness of the cream. The cream rich Robloss. She had been a member of a visitor here Sunday. Preparation, Planting and should bemay bein order that the moved from Ewington onto globules close to child L'f r the Christian Church since Cultivation of the corn Field gether and the brought gathered Ginr.ge Cit. . Ml butter uur uig mill, spoite lacrory ert Tipton's farm. No commissions allowed anyhood. Her fatal disease was bin The wet spring and the holding readily. In T. R. Ratliff was in Cincinnati trouble. We extend sympathy the summer cream n(l pinning mill arc running. Rev. W. AHopkins closed his of cold weather is causing farmbody on subscriptions. first year's pastorate at Spring- ers much uneasiness about corn may be frequently churned at a desiring a change last week. to the bereaved ones. Subscribers Mrs. II. II. C. Harney has temperature of 58 degrees F., but Sunday. The past year Lem Reeves has returned to of address snould give previous moved into the Fanning Bros. field last one of the mostcuccess-fn- l planting, and, as a result, may in the winter we find at the Exhas been Uciassa. his home in Illinois. address when writing. lead to much corn being put into periment Station that it is neces-property. for manv vears. Truly, much the ground before the sou is thor Correspondents should always The cool weather keeps the Mesdames Bugess Kissick and Attorney James Clay, of More-hea- good has been done. Bro. Hop-Ui- oughly prepared to chum the cream at about get their items to us not Inter is LlIavens were in Flemings early birds uneasy. receive the sarv was here last week on will preach for us another seed. Ordinarily, with proper 02 uegrees. nigner temperathan Mondav if possible: when' burg I'riday. We had a big frost here Mon year. on a cultivation, no serious ture serves to soften the fat and care and out of stationery mention it . .. Vio.t causes it to churn more quickly. Mrs. "Bud" Collivcr visited' da. moi nmg. f Ml.g w R Stephens, manager, separate slip of paper. Pro: ably a NewB ridge. M. :r at-- ; js working Flemingsburg. i.BtMi ! KWivW Thirty per cent, cream that has night and day tocom-tende- d ID. Uoi. enirineer. employed and News matter of general inter her parents, near accompanied) Quite a number Irom here and was Court at Mt. Sterling piete repairs on the telephone sent out by the State Good Roads ou imo hoKvpPn Anril 25th and been carefully held at a temperest is welcomed; bring it to usi last week her son Thomas Earl, atureof75 degrees for 24. hours j Monday. - home by line. The repairs are badly need- - Association, was here several May 2oth without delay if you wish it in- who had fallen from a porch and will and be ready for ed. In preparing clay soils for corn, chui glistenThe ripeninjr will help A form or statement thatGhas. week, making sur don't wait until Tuesday serted: davs the nast ling. should be taken not is not hurt himself. Loren Rawlings' W. McKinivan died m Montana or Monday, for the paper The Sick: David Hall is poor- - veys and estimates lor a Driage especial care materially in decreasing the time set up in one day nor in three also accompanied them. was incorrect. He died suddenly lv; George Griffin is no better; across Slate creek near the kssic to work the land when so" wet required to churn the cream, also that puddling will take place or the ripening gives the butter a days. . The large stock and tobacco of heart trouble at his home near Dick lies is on crutches. plantation. Mr. Ross' plan is for Correspondents must give only barn of Taylor Davis was struck Whitewater, Colorado. He was a some di that baking will follow. The disk to be Mrs. Thos. Ramey died last the bridge stream bu.lt the pres harrow is generally the best tool delightfully mild acid flavor. In mws notices of deaths. Long uy ni.iiiuiK rriuity iu;iii, uuu son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mc- week, leaving a baby two days tance up from ripening causes all to follow the plow and after this addition theto churn out of the obituaries and verses will cost 5c the barn, six horses, three colts, Kinivan. of upper White Oak. old. ent place of fording. smoothing harrow the butter each.. one cow, wagon, and a large quan He was born in 1887, and died some form of a line of five average wdrds there is litBase Ball. The Owingsville should be used, repeating the cream and thereforethe resulting Sign your name to communica- tity of tobacco were destroyed. March SO. 1913. He united with Several prizes on live stock de- harrowing till a smooth and very tle loss of butter in base-ba- ll team tions, or they may go to the waste No insurance. the Christian Church at the age will be given here on public sales finely nulverized seed bed is ob butter milk. feated the Mt. Sterling basket. of 11 years, and lived a consist- day in May. Saturday afternoon. tained. If clods form during the ?Cold cream often foams and team Proston. Advertisers wishing a change ent Christian life and was pre Look out for the big vegetable not churn. Two hours be the or discontinuance of ad. should Miss Lena Turley is visiting re pared and ready to go when the factory. ' It will start soon and on the latter's grounds11.byThis harrowing they should be pulver- will the cream is cnurned the enormous score of 17 to ized with a roller, or sometimes a fore inform us the week previous to latives in Mt. Sterling. Master called him. He left Ken- us boys want a j'ob in it. is the second game Owingsville good drag may do this work well. temperature should be reduced publication day. tucky in 1907 and went to ColorMrs. Ollie Craig visited her Your correspondent visited his School team has won from the It should be added that each day s from 75 degrees F. to 62 degrees to health, communication Address all ado for the benefit of his mother, Mrs. sufficiently The Sterling Shrout SaturJohn W. Honaree, Owings le, past week. H. A. Williains.the and to make his home there. In grandfather 0. P. and lost out on Mt.was idea School.. snort weath-o- r plowing should be on the same F. It requires this length of time for the butter fat to become Satur worked and smoothed for the Ky. 1910 he was married to Miss Ella day and Sunday, day, but both clubs are reported day to prevent the evaporation of cooled throughout. Shultz returned home Hubbard of Colorado. To this some news items. Pierce miserably poor soil moisture which will be much Difficult churning is sometimes week. union one daughter Gwendolyn Miss" Ann Hawkins, teacheri to have plaved URSDAY. APRIL 24. 1913. from Jenkins last needed later by the corn crop. caused by the fact that the cream was born. Charles was a good Owingsville City school, spent ball. Mrs. S. V. Johnson was in Mt. work of unhitching becomes contaminated with undeboy, and had a host of friends the week end with Miss Eva McSterling Saturday. Died in St. Joseph. Mo. A The extra plow and hitching to the sirable bacteria that prevent the from the N NOUNCEMENTS. here, who deeply sympatize with Kinivan. telecrram to Major J. M. Brother harrow will be more than com- growth of the desirable kind of Clyde Staton and wife, who reCharles Brother, of Owings- from St. Joseph, Mo., announces pensated by beneficial results to lactic acid bacteria. Therefore announce turned from Middletown, Ohio, the bereaved ones. uthorized to ville. spent Sunday with friends the death in that city of K. M. the crop and greater ease of get- it is highly advisable to carefuls, of Salt Lick, Bath are visiting relatives here. StoDstono. Mitchell. The telegram gave no ting the ground in good in Salt Lick. ly scald and wash the milk unten-sil- s tandidate for the Clark & Lathram shipped a carClyde Staton and wife, Daw Air. Rep .Vcation for G. G. Howell, druggist for J. particulars of the death. after using them. ShirJ. J. Hooper, vSLower House load of hogs to Cincinnati Satur- son Royse and wife have return- G. Kautz, was married in Mt. Mitchell married Miss Eva town, The best time to plant corn day. Ohio. Sterling Monday, April 14, to ley, who was reared in this ed here from Middletown, Husbandry, Vssembly of the seed bed being well prepared Professor of Animal Agriculture. of Fortunatis and College of of Bath Mrs. Harry Schooler, of Mt. Mrs. Will Anderson and baby Miss Dee Brown, of Hawesville, n dnunrhtorShirley. Mrs. Mitch is whenever the soil is warm elec- - Sterling, is visiting the family of visited her parents, H. S. Bittin-ge- r Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Howell have Mrs. Bettie enough and moist enough to inell is n nieca of Maior Brother How it Originated. "I spent her uncle, J. D. Turley. and wife, in Mt. Sterling.the rooms at Kentucky hotel. sure quick germination of seed. and has many other relatives According to Hunt in "The Ce- my vacation in beautiful Wiscas-set- ," wife and child past week. Frank Blevens. said Jerome S. McWade, here. SIOOJ33. real in America" the temperature ren are visiting J. S. Blevens and Mrs. George Turley was called the Duluth capitalist. "Wiscas-se- t, saily, at Jeffersonville. Some farmers here planted com to the bedside of her mother, Mrs. New Hitching Posts. The at which maize will germinate you know.'is famous for havdo City Council has gone to consid- most rapidly is from 91 tocorn t, ing originated the immortal S. P. Steele, in Nicholos county, last week. is Pronablv in Dractice held Bcthoi. providing adwho is very sick. Cattle men have all turned on erable expense inposts, some of nearly planted before the soil has phrase, Thewoodsisfullof'em.' ditional hitching .vens Gilvin had his arm bro-b- y "This is the story:. A. B. Thomasson and ba- grass. Mrs. this temperature, but the them near Goodpaster's tobacco reached nlanting should he suffi a fall from his horse. "A very deaf old man was by, of Mt. Sterling, spent Mon. lime of Lieutrell Warned is able to be warehouse, Water street, others t Willum, of day with her mother, Mrs. Callie out again. escape all shooting squirrels out Wiscasset least to Jr. and Mrs. John near Parks' stable; on Slate ave- ciently late atfreezing and frost. way. A stranger happened along 7ngton, visited P. R. Stone Ragan. from We wonder what is to become nue. The remainder of the un- danger time notion that changes and said: .family last week. Mrs. George Stephens and chil- of. Old Kentucky. A million and used street running east from The old " 'Mr. "-which is the roc- 1 oon have some bearing SEobe'tson and dren visited her sister, in Mt. .ai)nlf.iiuteht,.anfl another - jrs. Thomas Slntf nvnniiff has been enclosed of th t&AJSss--..- . pen. which is almost UJ on - cesaftthcorn TOvvmg is ailing to 'daughter Liia Ruth are in Cincin- - Sterling? the past wee. coming on. "The deaf old discredited. . Neithcapacious enough to graze a cow. now ent.relynor practice longer understand, answe. d: l nati this week. Miss Emma Wilson visited Miss hogs have been sold Most cattle er science " one that's a squir Ethel Wyatt, at Howard's Mill, at $8.50 and 8.75 per hundred. - Corn ,, w Work is progressing rapidl . Bi.ahkwater Rain. The fol sunnnrt this theory. anu, should rel That's up thar on that tree! settin' n last week. . . . uPeter new house. Post be planted irom one The latest news from the bed- lowing from thi Cincinnati to three inches in depth, varying See him?' Mrs. Burl Ray has been poorly side of C. A. Pollock is that he is will hn interostincr iust now: Baird is recovering from ' T didn't ask you aoout the the past week. Answering requests for expla- with type of soil and moisture squirrels,' said the stranger," imdoing nicely, and prospect good Jit illness. nations of the "black rain" which conditions. Shallow planting is patiently. J. D. Alexander visited home for his recovery. I asked you, durn it . .f.f killed seven sheep on Jas. Sunday night in Brown and preferable where the moisture all, which was the road to Sunday. folks Saturday and night. has been appoint- fell soil insures E. L. Fassett f.leremont counties, frightening content of the surface . Mrs. Frank Brawn was in Mt. ed school trustee in place" of J. superstitious persons, Weather good germintion. Under normal i. P. R. Stone and wife. A. R. " 'Yep,' said the deaf old huntH. Gillaspie, resigned. the to Ratliff and family visited in Mt, Sterling Saturday. Forecaster Devereaux said the conditions'it is bestand plant feet er, excitedly. 'Yep. thar's anoth.. n. I" half The decision of the new Post phenomenon, while rare, is high- rows of corn three rffor'!SZerling ihursday, John Stull left Monday for In outen that apart, to row both ways, and to er, too, just master General that no Republi ly beneficial to crops. automobiles filled with diana. .' Clekf Fifteen to four kernels "Occurrences like this," said plant from three can uostmaster should be remov here Then the stranger, loosing his ,iurt, sub-- .y nen passed through Roads Friday Oivmpia. ed, carries out the Democratic Devereaux, "are apt to be exag- to the hill, depending upon the patience, roared: meet the Demo-mar- to attend the Good only evidence fertility of the soil. gerated. "The " 'You're a fool!' elec- - ing at Flemingsburg. It is pro- - Miss Sofia Craig returned from doctrine of "Justice to all." Corn is a plant which requires turned over " 'Yep, the woods is full . of AwJhist 2, 1913. osed that the four counties irom Cincinnati last week, after a ten- - Luther Gmter is housed up soil humus, ato me is a sample of much water for its growth; and vegetable subsume 'em,' said the deaf old man. Shrout's deputy Mt Sterling to Maysville, with weeks' stay. with measles. hence, to produce the best crop makes soil have life." Barnes, of Preston. the assistance of the U. S. GovDurritt Swarts was recalled to Tobacco plants seem to be on a Dr. B. F. Hart. (Jhiet ot tne possible it is necessary to keep model the bedside of his daughter Mrs. Couldn't Dazzle Her. The ernment, make this road a standstill, with prospects not any Government Pure Food Labora- - down all weeds and to prevent young man of the house really fmtbnrized to announce a Boulevard for Kentucky. Williamsburg, who too good Dud Parks, at tory, found that it is a vegetame the evaporation ot moisture from was making good in away MS Hendnx, of Soutn Sher-,i?nis seriously ill. son. Anesu ot his parents and brought Crockett, who has been matter so light that it is brought the suriace may tne accomplished for the James as a candidate Peobia. be ,'?(im(vnM( nomination for the Elder Battenfield filled his reg laid up since last spring with an to the surface when rain strikes two things him much flattery from friends bv irood methods of cultivation. and neighbors, but old mammy, We had a light f ro3t Monday ular appointment here Saturday injured spine, is now in a serious the earth. offifce of Clerk of the Bath too and Sunday. "A black rain can be caused by When the soil is not run wet, it is the family servant, remained unsubject to the action of morning. condition. ty Court, a spike impressed. ' passing through pollen of a good practice to pri- daugh water Vene Hawkins, wife and the Democratic party at the Ed Palmer and wife, of Ow i Sarah Cundiff, aged about 35 pine trees." tooth smoothing narrow, or some One day, when he had done a mary election to be held August ter, of upper White Oak, spent ingsville, were here Sunday. years. daughter of Green Cundiff, form of weeder, over the cprn particularly briliant piece of surSaturday night with Spencer Rod .2,1913. days after the suddenly, after a long illUnprovoked Killing. T h e field three or four Wm. Shultz and wife, of Indi died gical work and delivered an esIf Mr. Hendrix is elected J. W. gers and family. ana, are visiting menus anu rel ness. Interment took place in Frcnchburg Agitator reports the planting. The first regular cul- pecially profound address before Shankland, of Owingsville, will W. S. Whitton and Miss Attie atives here. Springfield cemetery Tuesday. killing of David Dennis by Dr. tivation should be given five or a great convention, he said to vi be Deputy County Clerk. Hornback went to Mt. Sterling RoyMcClain, of Bourbon Co., Motley at Ezell a few days ago six days after the corn is up, and mammy: Lexington, Henry Fearing, of Saturday. as an unprovoked, thereafter cultivation snouiu uu came Sunday to visit relatives. is visiting home folks. "I'm not a baby any longer, We are authorized to announce repeated after each rain to keep murder. Dennis was Mrs. Arthur Garner is improv you ought to call me Hunter, of Jackson, is vis-- . Harrison Conn and wife went county, down all weeds. Shallow cultiva- and I think hereafter." The old R. Reed, of r f d 1 Sharps ing from her illness. Charles John from Mariba, Menifee Saturday to visit relatives at Lit to Ezell, Morgan county, and had tion forming a surface soil mulch Mr. Charles itinir home folks. He is on the darkey snorted her indignation. tie Rock. sor of Bath county, subject tabddGudjsell. of White Oak. vis sick list. just arrived at the latter place is the best for a dry season, while "Who-m- e?" she asked. "I-a- in't Democratic arJitea his grandfather, I. N. Pow he even during wet times the cultithe action of the ot our and delivered the mail when The gwine to call you John Oakley, of Roe's Run, vis never is ty. Jn the event of his nomina- ell, Sunday. ited friends here Saturday and itflms last week was. we suppose. was approached by Dr. Motley, vation should in no case be deep Mister! You ain't no mister any tion and election Riley Ingram, J. W. Hendrix. wife and daugh Sunday. as we mail- who asked Dennis if he would enough to break the roots of corn more'n I'se a miss! You couldn't "Uncle Sam's" fault, of Olympia, will be his deputy. ter visited John Boyd, on East usual. This doesn't sinar that song again. Dennis re plants. During the firsc part of wiggle yo' fingers so pert Geo. W. Young, of Yale, visit- ed them as Fork, Sunday. plied that he would sing any song the growing season the cultivaoccur often. ' out folkses' insides ef I hadn't ed his son Clyde here last week, he wanted to sing. Motley is rc- - tion of the corn crop should be so We are authorized to announce cm limber wid smackin', Mrs. Frank Estill returned to Too late for last week thorough that it will not be necnnrted to have then drawn his Clyde Young's children are re de patient's M. C. Gudgell, of South Sher- her home at Elizaville Saturday, one pistol and hred witnout iiinner essary to continue cultivation an' yo' couldn't hear wasn't for The past week was a bad ef it burne, as a candidate for Asses- after a week's visit to her father, covering from measles. heart provocation. At an examining longer than the time when this me forever washin' yo' ears so sor of Bath county, subject to Nace Vice, near Okla. Miss Ruth Penix is on the sick for farmers. break down action of the Democratic parfeeding is about over trial Motley was held without work begins to B. Hendrick, the Clean! You ain't nothin' but a the Cattle list. Miss II. Roberson, of very Ludie Stephens waso taken feed left. bail to await the action of the corn. of ty. If elected H. S. measly little boy to yo' ole mamill while at Sunday-schoGreen Thompson, of Salt Lick, with an immense lot crand iurv. Dennis was a much Assistant Agronomist, Extension my!" Salt Lick, will be his deputy. Lieutrell Warner is very ill liked citizen and leaves a large Division Ky. Experiment Station. Sunday morning. She is resting visited his brother here Sunday. family. He was 59 years old better now. doubtless some self-Millard McGlothlin, of Olive with measles. Difficult Churning. At this There are We are authorized to announce thought that when Teddy Motley fired three shots only one season of the year the Experi- Imade men who are not particu Sunday. We Mrs. Hannah Powell doesn't Hill, visited home folks H. P. Shultz, of Preston, as a larly proud of their jub. But they he did everything of which took effect, entering Mrs. Sarah Thomas, 'of Mt. was Presidentdone. But Wilson the left side and lodging near the ment Station receives a large are not numerousenough to make candidate for Assessor of Bath improve any of her illness. that could be number of inquiries in regard to Sterling, is the guest of Mrs. Lou county, subject to the action of work overtime. is surely leaving him far behind heart. 'Slate Valley. churning cream into butter. The the census taker Lane. the Democratic party at the pn unuswhen it comes to doing the Disease.-M- rs. inquirers complain that they Dies op Heart mary election to be held August Mrs. Ann Stone is having Subscribe for The Outlook. ual. Susan Montjoy, wife of J. TV churn their cream for a consider2. 1913. In the event of Mr. house painted. Mrs. Ollie Kissick, of Little Montiov. died at her home on able period of time, but that the Bailey, Shultz's election Walter Neal Manley wa3here from J. H. Jones sold a handsome of White Oak, will be his deputy. Ashland to attend the funeral of pair of horses to Mr. Cooper, for Rock, has been the guest of rela- Grassy Lick pike, about 1J miles butter will not "come." due to This difficulty maybe tives here. from Mt. Sterling, Friday, April his sister, Mrs. Wm. Barber. a good price. reasons, which may be Wre are authorized to announce W. H. Bridges was at Lexing- 11, at 6:30 p. m. of heart disease. several is getting Geo. Maze was in Cincinnati i Our Sunday-schofollows: R. W. Kincaid as a candidate for Mi's. Bridges, She had been in poor health for enumerated as ton last week with jTmcmwHD. At this time of the year, and the Democratic- nomination for along fine. Mrs. Chris Garner last week. ire. some years and had been confined unable to leave she being Superintendent of Public Schools was east of Slate creek last week.. The tide in the river last week the hospital.still to her room for several months. particularly a little earlier than .i fTPSBIftB-'- HIV A Training Sunday-schoolof Bath County, at the primary in the interest of the The funeral services were held this, there is no green feed which ivrmi ana brought down to Salt Lick thirty (School for Teachers Prewitt & Cockrell are sowing at the residence by Rev. B. C. may be fed to the cows, except election to be held August 2, 1913. rafts. . Uk Slat XatCTMlial, but-- 1 about 70 acres of hemp, the first and the interment took silage. The dry feed causes TU11 la IWk Very cold Monday morning;big . John McKinivan visited his sis- that has been sown here for sev- Horton, the family graveyard at ter fat to assume a hard, white ol, f KntHkr, ftpNltj place in IHIH frost; fruit in danger if not killed ter here Sunday. ..111. CORRESPONDENCE. CMrMkhhlMTrMhi years. Sunday. She condition. The fat occurs in the eral 7 Howard's Mill, last already. nitric, lit irt.l Kknl. MoaM ulrIH t .Ht. form of Richard Ficklin visited home Ewington. This place was a mecca for can- had been a member of the Cor- cream in thenecessary globules or i employ, Elder Baker has been that these Church for many balls. It is folks at Gamargo Sunday. didates last week, each one being inth Christian Elmer Smathers and sister Mrs. ed to preach aiVSlate Valley for stick together 71. rMrthTmaApCT. bJMrt i" . Miss Eva McKinivan was in the' "best" that ever struck the years and lived a life consistent little globules shall Ciif"". j. o. CRABBK, PMenl.J Herman Orme visited relatives at ensuing year first and third Sunwith the teachings of her Church. m large masses to iorm particles town. Mt. Sterling Saturday. Saturday. days in eachmonth. Sharpsbug Friday-an! ol : We have always Noticed that (She is survived by her husband Rev. Wilson filled his reirular Mrs. Butler Toy and son Willie to J. M. Mrs. OUTLOOK beMrs. again. Mallory is able visited the fanuly of Blaine Hart, appointment at the M. E. Church, the man with a 'grouch" is the and eight children: Myera. J. 1. out Mrs. BarnesMrs. B. F. Sunday. jlirsttocry 'oucn!" on Hoe's Run, Sunday. Deo Horseman and Waller liai-- 1 Trimble, of Montgomery PUBLISHED WEEKLY, Roy Byrd 'has returned Frank Mrs. Rev. Stone, of Martinsbnrir, county: Miss Hargis Montjoy, at lev. of White Oak, wore here lastl Johnny Trajlor. son of Wm. OWINGSVILLE, KY. Sntiminv. from a visit to relatives at Lex-an- d home; and Mrs. Root. .Nixon, ot iTravlor. has been very sick with V. Va . traveling Sunday-Schoorganizer, gave.ington. i the l,:ist w- Owingsville. who was unable to Miss Martha I). Stone is visit- .. an interesting lecture at the ftl E. L. Fassctt bought a sow and attend the funeral on account of Chester Conyers, who is in the E. Church Sunday. according to Act of 'higher sister Mrs. Walter Lin-- 1 Entered, nine pigs o: J. L. Kouerson tor illness; and II. f. Montjoy. V. rl. u. army, says no nas- uecn in iCongress, at the Owingsville. ton, at Snencer. Montjoy and Richard Montjoy, The musical entertainment by f40. states, and likes Oklahoma best mi-,- ! Ky., Postoilice as second-clas- s yoodsoa Power Jr., of , j b the Graded school Saturday night Thos. Warner went to Lexing- - of Montgomery, bhe is also sur- matter. Oak, was here Sunday. . oy one sister, u. was attended. brotherJ Mrs. Minnie Barber, aged .U, somewell the visitors Behavior by ton Saturday to sae hiswho is m- yiveu ot Stepstone, andiurs. broth- two Tr.i ninn ,.i .un.: i. Reid. was not so of mum; .it , i a..-- :i uis io, C. 11. Pollock, uifu, nf i!!nf i. Lity, and Howard's Mill. Andy Webster. 'husband Wm. Barber. She was good. a serious condition at the Good'es Vill Lyle. of Clay The Outlook's subscription aged 73 jears. Burial at Peeled a daughter of Win. utani Hospital. Mr. FollocK iuck. ijyie, ui iiuuiu. Be- Several from this vicinity rates arc as follows: a source ot deepest gnei to a One Dollar. Oak burying fround. One year 'sides her husband she leaves four tended Court at Ml. Sterling last! was accidentally shot at Kothweu is large circle of friends. Mt.Ster- Sixty Cents. Friday atternoon. Six months Mrs. Alonzo Linton is on the children, father, mother, broth Monday. Gazette. months..Thirty-fiv- e Cents. sick list. Three ers and sisters, to mourn their was! Lnm Ointer and family havo Alvio Fnsfoi- I I 11 Bible-School Vhen the cows are these little particles become hard and will not stick together. A ration composed of j - ! - ; in-la- ; ni nflVToi-pliPn- d , 1 . 1 i ! ! d, ns I ! a j I 1 ! " High-Scho- ol High-Scho- ol -- 1 - n. - .logis-latu- re for-astra- . . i- one-na- . r trim. I knot-hole- :. -- e, that-delighte- d v - cold-bloode- d mail-carri- er p' hr Salt-Lick- . ol - l rc-'.-i . ' mU , . . ! i . 4" X'- ' .ii.ig