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Owingsville outlook: June 12, 1913 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1913 owi1913061201_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: June 12, 1913 Owingsville outlook T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOL. XXXIV. OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1913. NO. 49. PERSONAL. FOR SALE. Refused to Take Action, D. N. Younc. of Mt. Sterling. JThe Democratic Executive Com THE OUTLOOK OFFICE is was in town Monday. mittee of Bath county met Sat- for sale. If anybody wants it let iurday afternoon pursuant to a Wm. Lane, of Nicholas county, call of Chairman John r. him apply at once. was in town Monday. JOHN V. HONAKER. The chairmah called the is Judge J. W. Lane, of Mt Ster- committee to order and stated Subscribe for the Outlook. object of the meeting to be the ling, was jn town Monday. ito renuest all Democratic candi- Ben John Boaz sold a Jersey heifer John D. Atkinson, of Stanton, jdates at the primary election and )olicies of calf for S25. came Tuesday to visit relatives. the candidates friends to pledge National-13e- n All kinds Sweet Potato Plants Mrs. A. C. Markland, of ML themselves not to use money or Sterling, is visiting relatives in other things of value, .especi at R. B. Brother's, adv 4Gtf Pa., Company, ally intoxicating liquor for the Heavy paper to pro under car- iii.wn. . and son, oft purpose of influencing voters at J. Workman pets at The Outlook office. Ind., were in town fthe Drimarv election. A resolu N. Atchison, issued Rawhide Buggy Whips 25 cts., Bloomfield. tion embodying, the sense of this Monday. Conroys, Mt. Sterling, Ivy. wnc vnrni nnwn nnn rni at ironnocr Congressman A. 0 Stanley ILeet ncr adiourned. ' persons 0 Owingsville, adv In a feV was a caller at The Outlook nutes however, petitions were Mattie fice Monday. nnd M' T. .! Tin circulation and being numer viz: license to ously signed pledging the signers Alfred Doyle, of Fleming to vote for no candidate who used is visiting Relatives near money, intoxicating liquors, etc., 762G26, 7626Z, 762628. 762629, 762630, 762631, 762632, 762633 You can still get Olive Salad ' to influence voters in the August 762634, 762635, 762636, 762637, 762638, 762639, 762640, 762641, and Datenut Butter at Lewis Killpatrick, of Mt. primary election. 49-t- f R. B. Brother's. , is visiting his grandfather, , 76 2649, 762617, 7626-18- , The pledge signed by every 762642, 762643,' 762644, 762645, 7626-16Strirmincr of blueerass seed be- - W. H. Uaugherty, candidate for a county office, is 762650. gan in the Flat Creek neighbor-Mis AnmfiYounir Jackson visl follows: i hood Tuesday. The cropn!hveryited Miss EmilyTipton, in Mt as We. the undersigned candidates . 'Ki ISterling. last week. above poliof one for office in Bath county, do agree SiL frs. rVifomnn Hart need C5 Jurim T CAvAa Nnlsntv nf tho and promise that we will not, divears. died at her home on Aim Sharnsbunr World, was a caller rectly or indirectly, or through cies to , .t . rv r mH i si others give, loan or put into the vreeK ouuuuy uuu iu uuncu at mis omce Aionuay. spiritu-pu- s, ,hands of any person any !ndav- Miss Louise McAlister. of Lex said National-He- n vinous, or malt liquors, monfington, isr visiting her grand ey, property or thing of value Five per cent discount for cash on everything except wagons and I mother, Mrs. Lou Fratman. whatever for the purpose of buy rv Miss F.i;lwth Rntliflf went to harvesting machines. ing, procuring or influencing any E. L. & A. T. Byron adv Peattyville last week to visit her person to vote for us or any one "Je Sam J. Ratliff and family. else at said election. And should " The will of Mrs. Eliza Daws, v was prohated m bouncy uurta v'xsi- Walter Mae Katlitt went we or any one of us violate this agreement or should any one do Her property is divi-- i last . to visit friends and rel so for us, or in our interest, with i' among her children. Lexing- Winchester and 1? ativei our consent or without our oppo Do not nay an advance for ton. sition, we pledge ourselves tcf who has a position withdraw from any race in whic! Ler Buggy Harness, when you can get a people at we may be candidates. all ready-armen- ts ivtlm ed goods at the old with the Home-mad- e n, visited his mother prices from Conroy. Mt y "irling. Lr It is further agreed that ea, ladies stock, t week. ht signer hereto wiiL report any If r , t , returned Mon- - olation of this agreement mam Elliott Coats, Suits, iiil. of Mr. i Kamiecn.iuue aa" ffom a visit to Beattyville, whomsoever committed, to nH Mrs. Oscar Pa fell on s Democratic be to Chairman of the es. norning and j jt to Olympian-Springthe'stone walk Monc mittee of Bath county with Jn f runmmr on ion r skates I accejf vosition. cost, many days from such Mi vaTipton.of Mt Ster- ation sh the time his her arm. come into nest of Mrs. Pi cos Aich less .?ant sion. "Mrs. S. M. :her agrq It veadv-lo-ean we seek. 3ign us papeT 4a noui iter ino aily s$ t tion NOTICE. EUGENE MINIHAN is the man that makes and sells the be3t and safest buggy harness of all kinds. If you want the best buy of the man that makes the harnessi He will give you the best and save you money on buggy harness, whips and dusters of all kinds. See his goods au-- i get prices before buying. OWINGSVILLE, lum-fbroug- h. 49-5- . hereby given that the following the Franklin Underwriters Franklin Department of the of Pittsburg, ire Insurance formerly by W. were with or other agent at out authority, Notice KY. PEE-6E- E FLATKOATT Tbe Sanitary, Durable, FJat Oil Finish For Walls and Ceilings Grt out of tin rut" and mm mwuy on the Interior finish of of your hom or any other bulUdln In 'which " ou have an intereit. Instead of wall vaper, kalsomlsa or the ordinary FlatkoaB. the modem wall fiUiah. paint, nsa P-P-C FUthtatt Klvea to and Wcur and har anions atmosphere to the Interiors of private houses and pu l.c . iild inirs. The plain directions on each can make it ay to applr with perfect success. Ask our dealer In your town for " itoitm MtthoJ of FmU nt Wan: oar handsome book of color schemes, and useful taad-and-- Rey-noldsvil- le. V ' 1 1 1 A. m 1 V i- -ri the holding any Any communicate at once are requested Franklin Fire with the Insurance Company of Pittsburg, Pa. s auffgestiono. Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt Co. Louisville, Ky. For Sale by E. L. & A. T. JSvroii RisaarcxaCMSMHsaBBsssBsi - aummer Value s. sl in, Coca-Col- the price of f 1 sub-rib- e in our for Skirts, Thin and of priced at Nothing will he actual wholesale Wc than ganm uts J V)stjMi ith ar FOR SALE Co. ofx"V THIRTY:SIX SHARES OF The Mr value of the shat net per a? im. FOUr BonS vrK. in S100, i the Oiingsville Banking and they pay six per cent A&&f TE. Eachconta? asstsiBissiBsss ..- fl3aaiwsassa ""ifis I DETERIORATION OF WHEAT CROP NOT AS GOOD AS ANTICIPATED EARLIER IN YEAR DROUGHT DID DAMAGE. CORN CULTIVATION IS BEHIND Bur ley Tobacco Plants In Good Condition Potatoes Up To Average Large Alfalfa Crop Western Nrwupuptr Union News Service. Frankfort. During the month of May the wheal crop of Kentucky has deteriorated, and will not bo as good V as at first anticipated. The drought during the first part of this month seriously affected the prospects of this crop. Corn waa put In good condition. The dry weather during the forepart of Mar permitted ttlo crop to be planted In due season, but for the last two weeks there hare be n only about two days that this corn could be cultivated. Farmers are, therefore, behind in the cultivation of tho corn crop. An aver-agcrop has been put out. and If cultivators can bo started within the next few days, the crop will not be damaged to any great extent The crop of oats Is not as large as usual. The prospects for tho crop are splendid. Tho crop of bnrley tobacco Is fully maintained; Plants aro in good condition, and probably SO per cent of tho burley crop Is already transplanted. Cutting worms are doing some damage to the transplanted crop. The acreage of dark tobacco has been decreased and conditions not so good fts In the fcurley region. The potato crop Is up to the average, and prospects for a good crop very fine. The blue grass crop was cut short by the May drought. The recent rains have made pastures good. The clover crop will be reasonably good. A splendid Vtand has been secured for the spring lng of all kinds of grasses. The jfalfa crop will be larger in Kentucky this year than ever before. o SUte's Money Being Wasted. Almost reckless use of money In the expenditures of maintaining tho Eastern Kentucky Normal school at Richmond, and money spent with no hope of return in the ,cr:u of benefits to students, is the cb.irge Shorman Goodpaster In his report to Gov. McCreary of his investigation of the financial condition of this Institution. In addition to tho general maintenance of the Institution a farm has been purchased by the school at a house used by the president was purchased at a cost of $12,500, and at a cost of $2,343.42, and an addition has been made to Sullivan hall at a cost of $29,400. Goodpaster ays that the statute providing for expenditures of money appropriated to this school is not broad enough to cover such expenditures as these. r estimates that at tho end of this month tho school will be $81,781.08 In debt, with no available assets to meet the expenditures. A recapitulation of tho receipts and expenditures for tho fiscal year, ending June 30, 1912, shows receipts $118,995.87 and expenditures $107,816.53, leaving a balance of $10,932.14. For the first nine months of the present fiscal year tho receipts, including the balance on hand, were. $80,856.29 and the disbursements $70,922.69. He estimates tho expenses of maintaining tho Institution from March 31 to June 30 at and the outstanding liabilities or the Institution at $98,029.08, while the avallablo assets. Including $27,500 due from tho state; $933.60 cash balance and $313.50 due from tho students, amount to $28,747.10, leaving estimated net liabilities at the close or the fiscal year $81,871.98. $18,-00Good-paste- IS CHIEF LOBBYIST CONTENDERS FOR TENNIS TROPHY $1,000,000 MEN HURT. An FIRE TOWNSEND OF MICHIGAN DECLARES WILSON INFLUENCES MEMBERS FOR TARIFF BILL. SAYS BIG BLAZE IN LONG ISLAND CITY BATTALION OF FIRE- IT MAY BE ACCIDENTAL Explosion of Several Hundred Gallons of VarnieJi Lets Go. Republicans Hold Recent Denunciation Will Force Certain Members to Vote as Chief Executive Wishes All Deny Being Approached. Washington, June 3. Senator of Michigan threw tho lobby into an uproar Friday when ho virtually charged that tho methods and lnfluenco used by President Wilson conIn forcing nnd tho Democrats gressmen Into lino on tho tariff bill constituted tho "nearest approach to undue Influence upon members of congress" that could bo found. Senator Townsend criticized the Town-Bend com-mitte- Western Ntwipaper Unlen Nrau 8ervtc. New York. Fire hi Long Island City, L. I, did damage approximating; $1,000,000. Starting In the plant or the Columbia Paper Box Ca, it quickly spread spread to the American Drug: Syndlcato plant, the Lambert Varnish Work3 and the Blanchard bolldlng. In the latter of which were- stored scores of fine rugs and carpets belonging York families. While the flames were raging in the varnish works a. battalion of firemen were fccvled from a roof by an explosion ef a tank con- 1 $12.-60- 0, committee for not having asked members of the snnato whether tho president had sought to lnfloonco them, and declared even though tho president had not Intended It his recent denunciation of "lobbies" working In support of changes In the tariff, would force certain senators to vote against amendments they knew to bo Just "Who are those senators?" demanded Senator Reed. "I don't caro to namo any one." replied Townsend. Tho two Democratic members of tho committee present. Senators Heed and Walsh. Indignantly resentod any Intimation President Wilson had used patronage or threats to force any ono to support the bill as a whole. Senator Townsend Insisted the committee had jj taining several hundred gallons or varnish. All were more or lees Injured, but none fatally. Four firemen were overcome by fumee la the Drug Syndicate building and the structure was" abandoned to the flast. Traffic on tht Lone Island road was tied up for several hours. d ft I. 1 BULL GORED OWtfEB-- Akron. O. William Wagoner. 35 years old, weathy Summit county farmer, was gored to death by an angry bulL Wagoner and a farm hand were walking through a field when the animal charged them. The bull first rushed the employe, who jumped behind a tree. Wagoner, attempting1 to save his companion, was caught on the horns of the ferocious animal and wa:j trampled and gored when he fell to ,the ground. The farm hand rushed to a barn, whe.ro he secured a gun. Three shots were fired into the bull's body, and It fell, but In tie death struggle the animal regained its feet bnd gored Wagoner, who waa already so seriously Injured that he died a later. SHOOTS HIS ASSAILANT. MATAMORAS, PICKET8 FOUND GUILTY BY JURY OF UNLAW-FUASSEMBLAGE. ER MANY L Small Cities Get Deposits. Secretary McAdoo, of the treasury , department, announced the names of states among tributed which are to be dis110,000,000 of government money at 2 per cent Interest. Kentucky gets $180,0" tMs fund. In rs es Louisville the list of new does not receive was explained r E baali In Kentucky, Indiana and other This r department as safeguarded The cmrt said the no reflection onLioJsvHle's banking board of public works sj divested of Jnsttutons, accordance wlf control over the strej en It was ew recognising Uv ed by the commit ad as the ?JdiUons. - it Law Points Involved. Two cases, In which damages for $1,000 in each as been awarded against the city or Louisville in the Jefferson circuit court, were reversed by the court of appeals. In one case Lorraine Hayden, a little girl, was Injured when an outside cellar door fell with her while she was gazing on a revival service In progress In a colored Baptist msslon in West Walnut street She was standing on the door with a woman, who weighed 200 pounds, and It broke througK Suit was brought against the trustts of the mission and Peremptory instructions the city. were plveu for the trustees. The court of appeals said the same should have been done for the city, as the cellar door was not part of tho sidewalk and not Intended for standing 'purposes. In another cue the court held that the city is not liable for fie negligence of the employes of the twerage com mission, though Judge 1 irner dissented. Theodore Franks, s small boy, fell Into a sewer ditch in .Logan street, which was not proper'y lighted and not asked any senator thus far whetha President Wilson had tried to influence him. ViaaSsJnjthe "I move," interrupted Senator Walsh, "that In view of tho serious statements made touching the executive, that any senator who has already testified may be recalled and Interrogated In reference thereto." "I am for that," said Senator Nelson, and members of the commttteo agreed. Dragging President Wilson's tariff activities into the investigation somewhat Intensified reeling within the committee, and It is expectet 't will make more searching the 'Ions still to bo carried on. . Senator Weeks of ... ictta, also a Republican, following bnatot Townsend on the witness stand, expressed the opinion that executives had had more Influence in bills than all the persons put together who bad come to Washington. "The statement tho president put out In regard to an InBldlous lobby Influenced the public mind," said Senator Weeks, "and that has .Its effect upon the senators. The public believes a lobbyist likes to oppose a measure if the president says lobbyists are seek" In tu change te Trial matches between the American and Australian lawn tennis teams in tho contest for the Davis cup are about to begin In New Tork. and all tennis enthusiasts are watching for the results with deep interest Our illustration shows, above, the American team, Hackett, McLoughlln, Williams and Little; below, the Australians. Daust, Hicks, nice and Jones. s CHINDA JAP SEES WILSON UN y FACE P RISQN REBELS CAPTURE CITY MEX-- , ENVOY SUBMITS NAT PROTEST TO PRESID- - "8 TAKEN. AFT- ARE KILLED. Insists on Repudliy Laws and Recop" With Uhi Washington, Jul da, the Japanese personal represen had an hour's cot House with Pre day, to whom he Japan's grlevanc This act of th dor was as extr Federal General Is Mortally Wounded Battle Was Fierce and Bloody Affair. Brownsville, Tex., June t. Hundreds are believed to have ben killed In a battle that raged for. t hours Tuesday between the re andar anoV-- ML WOMAN :ntetn-Yar-Ol- FOR CONTEMPT Bvansville. Ind. In a quarrel on the steamer Gillette, Harry Parien. the engineer, 26 years old, attacked Gny Baynes, white, deck hand, aged 19 years, and Baynes took Pullen's revolver f?om him and shot hfm In the temple tnd right arm. Pullea may dlo. Baynes is under arrest OHIO PR0FES30R ACCUSED. 4 If dt dramatic and st' U and free c vJJrvau, d Leader Is Arrest-- I 8o Often Police Are Tired Days by Exasperated Gen. Lucto Blanco forces In Mattaxnoras ttronghold of the fe, toiu X. J., Juno 7. .' Jury in 0"d which resulted itlng. In the ca quarter sessions court 'y evening by tj jd 3S strike rickets of t a Much gijtlty of uulawful as-- 'i mill of the a three- ty ' federal a. Lima, O. Resolutions Tthern Prof. J. C Fiaher, a ' jnenL structor, has used-- 1 ersite K' t SfANT9N ELEANOR M. INGRAM' of Ui& Game jnJ fie CcuJIq (crauy efc. SYNOPSIS. R'pnlnt of (Treat automobile Sf ,h? mechanician of the. Mercury. volunteers, and I durlnc the twenty- h0 Introduces herself. The .Benton receive. EXT" Sln,Mraw" Ml. Carllile on e Cht to take walk, anc H1 grimly back. to me. You were not kept iway from Now York by work with ureen. or any other work, for the last two weens. A tlngo of scarlet streaked Floyd's panor. n.j Dent his head. Latonia on the Kentuckv side of trie Ofiin T? Sinn. i,.?J,-.- 1v, ' , myrteHoua. or wnicn ltirYcli Iho mechanician had alwnrn chrnnV "Yes. I Hed to you." ho admitted. Fiord, at country s famous race courses, where two racing seasons are carried out each year. hl" Iwyhood. from his personal advances and only Stanton's gauntlrtcd hand closed on V"'..0' ton Carll.le and yielded to them under compulrlon. (its wheel. i aI"""" Now ho "There SSS. iH?; he had understood the letter which your own. was no need. Your time w MAYSVItLE'S HISTORY REVIEWED Floyd; I claimed no control received the. previous nlsht irom ureen. and Mr. llallcv's confnserl over you. I don't know why tou did it. MayKvillc. ICy. The early history o answer to his question about Floyd 10 Be rid of me for a while. I annnnne Alaysvlllo received He had been Put off to be amused hv but the reason doesn't matter. reference In nn Opinion bv Jllllrn Shnrlrlofnrl M.llo ' crt!?- - Wanton and Jessica, until Floyd was ncaln ready night I thought a good many wild to operate automobile factory to use him ln the plans for the Comet things ubout you, and your sister, but CONFERENCE OF EDUCATION IN handed down by the court of appeals j UNITED STATES i?t?l COMMISSIONER at Frankfort, alurmlnir thn Ma Rnn clr. factory. THE SOUTH SELECT KENJessica! Stanton stnnned mis inorclnir I ve ent mv erln nnnln OF EDUCATION. WILL DELIVER cut court In tho case of the Keyntone short In the dark ball. Had Jessica No doubt you had all you could stand r?.nwlLHl5y bc.0T' fa" friend.. Stan. TUCKY METROPOLIS auspicious of Ml.i Carlisle also COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS. Commercial Co. against the City of me, too precisely n. 'Tortant ran. tires needed inc adeceived him? Was sho him playn oi would i ..i notunderstood lovable and Maysvllle. in which the company was I part In order to keen ier HLnton'a car an delayed. In hnvw If .ran hart good humorT He struck his clenched Just told me so. But 1 will havn no For 1914 Convention Conference Made ! required to take down a fence ob- Graduation Week Began CHAPTER XI (Continued). Sunday With hand vlolentlr Rcainat the wall hiliii friend I can't trust all tho way. Get structing I'hister avenue, and the ave up of All Forces Interested The assistant manager stared ln a mm. Annual Commencement Sermon. nue was declared a public way. The ln we will llulsh this race, nnd nart." in Rural Problems. reproach touched with hysteria. His Great Gathering Expected. city Is located In part on un Floyd raised his bend nnd rmv to Whafs that?" cried the affrlchted eollar was wilted, his " s tno stern scrutiny his candid gray Western Newspaper Union News Service. tract patented to John May In Decemdan- Sir. Green, within the room. "Whn gled by their cord. I ran against the wall. In the dark eye. MJUlsvillc. Ky. A telcernm nn ber. 1783. by Patrick Henry, then gov- Western Xrwspuper Union News Service. "Buy them? Buy enough racing Stanton called, his voice a little "Stnnton. trust me all thn wav nnw nounced to the Louisville Convent inn ernor of Virginia. It was then in vv. Klchmond. Ky. Dr. P. P riirtnn Ures fltting the Mercury to last ycu hoarse, but evenly controlled. "Good ho appealed. "Can you do that? Can and Publicity League that the 1914 ette county, out of which Bourbon waB United States commissioner of educa three hundred mile road race. nlgbt- .you take my word that your friendship convention of tho Conference for Mason was carved tion, win deliver the n carved, and later "' r.ft them here hy In the. South will be held in out of Bourbon. "Good nlfiht- - We'll Or thine nil is the only thing In tho world I want? It was In Bonrbon address at Eastern State N rial oa the matter with you. right, Stanton; you take a good sleep." If 1 deceived you. It wna na I rmiM lin Louisville. April Was fixed na the county when, on Decemhor n 17S7 the morning of June 13 here to race with you I snail " promised the driver. I will date. Tho attendance will hn nhnnt the town of MayavIIIe received i ' Its sions for this day are a i : . ., meetWell, since there Is nothing to do J He did not. toll you afterward. I cant now." 5,000. Tho Southern Educational rvm. charter, Daniel Boone being one of ing of the alumni asso .i.m nn,i tho ! but eat. Come to dinner. Floyd.' M lou mean At seven o'clock, the next mornlnff-ferenco comprises the various confer- the five trustees. Lota annual alumni recen i liinnn.i uc oioer. Floyd hold out his hnnd. Mr. Oreen burst Into the hotel dining-rooences of workers interested in rural anu cany in tho last century : 'TXCt at night. Special r . tions have "It lsnt dinner. It's supper." cor"I've cot evonrthlnir badlr mixed tin. problems. Kach groun will meet in Involved In this suit wn. b. where Stanton was at breakfast by been made to make f . .nnl Mther. rected bts mechanician. "This Is the "lie's got them! They're coming." but It's elenn to offer you, Stanton." separate session to deal with its Mike Ryan. It la ;ltimt. ,s ing the greatest In fjwi.m'a onntry and you had your dinner at no rejovrca maniacally. As swiftlv lmntllnlrn na hie innilm. culiar problem and then all will "The car n Commencement meet side of Third street. bit tu reek began Sunday ooa. But Hi come, anyhow." wasn't at 3rlghton. but ho located It nation was Stanton's movement as bo together to deal x'h the large ques- and Maddox. r a the Rev. Dr. Oulsen- eveniw At the tabUa In the course of the ten mllei farther over, on a sldlnc. bent to give the clasp. tions. The Fn Conferenrn berry, , 0f the First Baptist eal. a email tea pot 'All right" he rnld curtlv. "Get in: worl ; at the - : m of mnrbetin. set berore And he iHsed such a disturbance. 1 chuch, chmond, delivered the anR SCHOOLS. BUnton. around the express pcoplo's ears that I ought to have given you a chance." A of levho are successnual con ncement sermon. Monday, they unloaded the tires then and there. And as the other obeyed: "I didn't fl i OndUCllP "Chocolate, sir." he was apprised. N. i. t nacnelill4ji class and field day. Lj le. Ky. Certification of the the 9tn. The "Why, you had none at luncheoa!" and ruv u jt two motor trucks to mean to meet You na 1 did. an hour ' aout the A, will ccj ceBb.;;- ef a bond issue in the reception for tH i't ors and sent nra The pompadoured waitress t.r.c cart f e i cross to us. Theyll be ago, anyhow; it slipped me." lie and keep hool . ' ..ol ta lount of Jl.OOO.000 for the bettcr-m- t of the Model 'They re signaling-.-" "Ho. sir. But tha rontlr warned Mr bt and the race starts at ' a here tj Aisiruciions of the public school !) occurred boy after KOX33A And Mr nine. I j iV been tin all nlrht an Green, hurrying over. "Are tou read' ' system ment of ''ho St. .e v, management ol and ie and the specific use to which the in the e nim? oi r . TniuHiv .j- j- saw the cook, and cook's hour agi looked as If you would notb of your' small fruit selling at t. ad of aey would be ptit should the Issue the 10th, ration of elemen- tponsense. an she flfty-foFrom hla nlace healrln Rtnntnn association to maik withdrawn from the eon-te- have to . Detary cert IS rry was decided by the board of , will take place In the " for I of a few sets of rubber Flovd turned n faCA nt Inrnrnnt cim. other fa jroducts. t Ml.Msjaassii rlne tho oTilr.V"-i.i and resolutions and an ad-- e auditorium o! tire comnanv!" He shine to the assistant manager, a face sociaUc ' livestock to Floyd'a tires. s o .So general council were sub-tie- d commencer. ; play will be wlied hU rehead. "Don't you want so changed in its color and glowond tlo" native crei ) ,'ent and is ar io lie latter" hody by Arthur This is a ne to come ff lo the course, after tou Warmth thllt nil whn nnw rirnw henth ' .Men'6 Conf , Huttledp a heri (rest Prese' for the board. with much pn. vdjs due on the train in sreerXder. with plans ! ertlflcates ' ;nd"Samu 7y." his lilting f ,m.. hiuine'sg dlrec- - Intermediat minutes. If h. aid and agricultural place Wed , morning.t 3Uf r"np' w.'ud be ejrnt as I neve; worryjAion pnlnr viuk Libul.i.on: F. r kcs ning at WOULD TAX' ihouses, M2.000; fo- ..,:h the MoJ J.fJoyl. m!. iwfrV., ,2"r ..i2 nrm reft after what you put him throiiRh out west, he asked mo not to tell you about It Hello 154" Stanton paused for a moment, dumb, then turned on bis heel nnd went out He was so stunned nnd bitterly angered that little red flecks danced be fore bis vision. Fiord had lied tn him systpmatlrnllv "lerofvnH him- - In UIUU - - - . t v. W tu n4.. to eacnpe from his too nresslnc friend no douiit. Ho romembcred that snip, clarou. once. "I'm awfully brlclil." Klovit ntrrnn.i out ne tliu not umlle. Tho machines were nrenarlnir In trn to tneir stations for the start Stanton was In bis seat nt tho wheel, when Floyd ennio over, nnd leaning against tne car. looked tin Into tbn drlvnr'R laco. "What have I done?" ho asked klm Ply. nt animated preparation, twenty minutes later, whon Floyd emerged from the uense press of arriving spectators nmt gained the tnclosure. The assistant manager almost received him In his amis, tno rest of the force clustered Oay. blithe. around. trlumDhnnt here. If It nasn't for von." ho ilo- - "I am read " be slcnlfied. The Mercury camu was a seen I LATONIA RACE COURSE BELOW IS HONORED Union College Plans Memorial ta: Author and Diplomat. Committee Raising $100,000 for tatlon Hall and Professorship 17 When He Graduated. Recl-- i Schenectady Institution Was at privacy of speech was secured by the uproar around them. Stanton looked "i-lcd Doth men Worn rIIII imni:iKlcod. thilr At "MniSkTS nir TO LOUISVILLE! IiDR. P. P. CLAXTON j 800-acr- e r Kdu-catio- mom-What- 's 0 -- . n. 1 , .ioi. w .n.er , - I - - . tainlng our national countries of Europe. whole of his lone life powers without c untiring effort it . . building would be named th,-- j 'John BIgelow Memorial Hall and would Btand on the main avenua of the Al lege grounds entered through the gate way erected to the momftra of John Howard Payne, author or 'Home. Sweet Home.' a member of the claim. of 1S10 at Union college. "The service of John BIgelow to his country in the dark days of the Civil war should always be gratefully re-membered. While William II. Seward. isimnnuuuiiui ui uuiuu college:.; waa managing brilliantly the affairs.1 of the denartment of state. Jnhi . low, as minister to France, vai ins cessful ln the delicate task o- t C sent out "It is felt" says this committee "that the most fitting memorial would be a building erected on the his Alma Mater at Schenectady, N. Y.. with lecture halls and rooms to tho Studies he loveil hlntnrv nnll. tics, and literature, and the establishment there in of a John BIgelow professorship of political science. The, de-ot- ed Schenectady. N. Y. Plana are rapidly being perfected at Ilntnn enit.. for the establishment of an elaborate, memorial In honor of John BIgelow. the author and diplomat, whose lone life of service ended in New Vnrk r,m December 19, 1911. John BIgelow wa a Union man of the class of iR.in nn. was for manr veara thn olrie iiiim. alumnus of the college. The memorial is to take the form of a recitation hall Which Will bear Mr. Rlrelnnr'a nnm: and a professorship in political science.: and for these two purposes at leaati $100,000 must be raised. A committee, of which Joseph H. Choate la; chairman, has dedicated itself to the' raising of this fund, and the circulars calling for subscriptions will soon h 31 l i 4 . credit Throughout ha devoted UlL, o unselfish and' iirtlce of hla.' his."- , fellow-me- ' l r i ' t. . st sDer 'iirescu Tv ed-va- ii as avfiiorrAAlj- - ort unity to aenre ati . ry of on ;ld amor 'He held a Place esteem andl affection of his countrymen held by not other man. and hen he died at thai age of nlnety-fou- hla right to the tW Hi of The First itlien of New" York'j was not question I. We are confident! that this r nlan wll ha reeelvi v.. h inHj ..... .v.. u; j '''gaJJlnlsh , Ji3 and of doing; rrm-- imiitmiiimmi iim tiimti'itwi i , .m i i mm iiiibm i i ii iiii MINGSV1LLE OUTLOOK never has anything in his pockets Hurt in Automobile and Ik. but his hands. teruban Car Race. As the rethe Democratic nomination for Dr. II. B. Anderson, of Wvo- - i iisrmrofl loctiiro lYi.lri" uvov. day. An man who has sult of a race between an autoSuperintendent of Public Schools .ming. was here last week to see ' ing at the Christian CrTrch, bcl PUBLISHED WEEKLY, Aunt Lydia Moxley is rebuild-- t been used to celebrating his Sat mobile and an interurban car r Mrs? Emily Bradley, 1C?U,tj;',at ginning at 7:30 o'clock. ing her house, that burned re- urday nights by cruising around which came to a climax when the ' August JJ""?': g - - - KY. i OWINGSVILLE, in a night liner, can't automobile jumped from the road Alex Goodpasler, or Owingfe- - cently. 4. Mrs. Bruce Snedcgar, of Wyo- enjoy the modern taxicabs. They and turned turtle, Nelson McLo-ne- y, viile. visited hercwday aftqrf! A. PnllncV nnil wifo nf Pnth- Iming, visited lier Mrs. scoot around so fast he of Sharpsbure, is at the We are authorized to announce Krilrauley Sunday. mother noon. well, came Saturday to visit the doesn't get a chance to count his Good Samaritan Hospital, Lexaccording to Act of Peter Cline, of the Owingsville Entered, Fleln- - family of Thomas Warner. Miss Lora money between sta- ington, suffering from a fracturCongress, at the Owingsville. precinct, as a candidate for the Newton Carter's house caught mgsburg, is Lee RatlifT. of the cues': of the Mrs. Nannie Boyd, of North tions. ed hip and other serious injuries, Democratic nomination for the fire recently, but the flames were Ky., Postofficc as second-clas- s We are so practical nowadays while W. L. Evans, also of Sharos- Middlotovn.accompanied by Mrs. office of Jailer of Bath County, extinguished without much loss. Misses Myers. matter. Mrs. Lucy Whalev attended J ais. bcott and Miss Annie Mor that a man won't start building burg. and Roger S. Sharp and T. stbjcct to the action of the Mrs. Geo. Kissick and daughparty at the primary elec- ter Miss Ettie were at Salt Lick the funeral of her niece Mrs. .01-- ! gan, ot Mt. bterling, visited rel castles in the air until he is sure S. Robertson, of Bethel, Bath T! l ir I. r r county, are suffering from minor atives here Thursday and Friday his concrete is properly mixed. no vice, ac aaic juick, rnaay; tion to be held August 2, 1913. last week. The Outlook's subscription The old proverb that it is never injuries. ' James Ledford overturned his rates are as follows: pr.nrimiT p.,,. KUVif too late to mend won't go nowa- The accident happened Friday Monro's Forrv. we are authorized to announce One year One Dollar. days. It all depends on where the morningabout G miles from Paris Judge A. N. Crooks was here Sixty Cent1;. .Ir....i On!rlo nf tin niflt c.rlr nf ,ast Six months on the Maysville & Lexincrton vSt in mSl y tSCaped any C; b'e loss to orchard owners at the rip is located. wecK Cents. Slate creek, as a candidate for Three months..Thirty-fiv- e When a man breaks the promise pike. Mr. Evans, owner of the V present time. This scourge of the office of Shcriffof Bath coun The oats crop looks favorable Our townsman T. S. Robertson! of pears, apples and plums is i he makes a woman he can always automobile, was driving it at a ty, subject to the action of the in this section. was one of a party of four in an 1 known bv a varietv of names, as square himself by making her moderate rate of speed when an No commissions allowed any- Democratic party at the primary There will not be more than a automobile wreck near Paris Fri- - Sblossom blight, twig blight, fire another. Cincinnati Enquirer. interurban car approached going election August 2, 1913. body on subscriptions. day morning Fortunately he fruit blight, canker, etc. half crop of fruit here. Man. Man is born of his in the same direction. Mr. Evans caped with slight injury, while f The symptoms are well known parents is of a that years and full decided to try out the speed of Subscribers desiring a change few C Potato bugs are plentiful. of address should give previous the others were seriously hurt We are authorized to announce to most orchardists. The most of microbes. He goeth to school his automobile with an electric address when writing. Miss Carrie Nixon, of Owingsi lie prospect lor a melon crop IV Charles Dnrlmm nnH w.fo nf striking symptom is the twig or when a youngster and gets the car. Correspondents should always ville. as a candidate for the Dem- has gone glimmering. The two cars raced for a short fliooreiield, visited Unas. Wilson limb being covered with brown seat of his pants paddled for get their items to us not later ocratic nomination for the office Some rain fell Saturday, then it land family last week leaves, contrasting sharply with something he did not do until he distance when they arrived at a sharp turn in the road, and fearthan Monday if possible; when of Superintendent of Common the bright green foliage of surWe are now enioving (?) black rounding branches. In winter it is sick at heart. He groweth up ing that he might collide with out of stationery mention it on a Schools of Bath county, at the turned cooler. like a weed in the back yard and F. M. Ingram is in bad shape: berry winter. Wonder how many is recognized by the presence of soon separate slip of paper. the interurban, Evans attempted primary election August 2, 1913. reaches the more winters we are going to the brown leaves adhering to the composed largely age when he is to right his car into the middle of not expected to live. News matter of general interof feet, freckles est is welcomed: bring it to us To the Democratic Voters Miss Elan Otis is on the sick have this summer? attected branches. Ihe leaves nnH nn nniwtit fnr V Ahnnh the roau, but 'turned too far and look as if they had been scorched . the time he cets too long for short threw his car to Ift4tber side of without delay if you wish it ins- op Bethel Magisterial Di- list again. ert-on'; don't wait until Tuesday by fire and it is from this that the trousers and not long enough for the road and into ditcVtJlg-as2- . Uppor Prlckiy Ash. Lafe Staton died suddenly last strict of Bath County. I anor Monday, for the paper is not nounce my candidacy for Magis- week at his home in Rowan Co., long ones, he goeth away to col tomobile turning completelyover. Mrs. Fannie Hamilton has been name fire blight originated. Evans was pinned under the The disease is due to bacteria lege, learneth how to monkey S2t up in one day ncr m three trate in the Bethel Magisterial sick for several days, but is some near here. days. that enter the tender parts to the with a three-dollmandolin and car, while McLoney and Sharp district at the primary election to better now. r.nrjv?nondonts must cive onlv lie held tree.. These bacteria live over play whiskey He cometh were thrown through a fence and Saturday in Ewington. John Horseman, wife and baby winter in the cankered areas home a biggerpoker.than ever and Robertson was thrown about 20 nws notices of deaths. Long August, on the first making this A. S Smathers is on fool 1913. In the sick Noel Gay, of White Oak, visited found on the trunks and limbs of marrieth a sweet young thing feet, escaned injury with the obituaries and verses will cost oc announcement I appeal to the Edgar Horseman and wife Sat- trees affected the previous sea- whose pa supposed to be weal list. n linn of five averace words each. Democratic voters of my a few minor bruises. is district Sign your name to communica- for their support, as Bethel preson. During the blooming peri- thy, but whom he subsequently Sharp sustained a fractured shoulMiss Bessie Lane was in Lex- urday night and Sunday. tions, or they may go to the waste cinct has had the office for eight ington one day last week. C. S. Ratliff and wife, of Ow- od they are carried from these ascertaineth, couldn't buy the der and wrist and Evans had a VinftVpt. cankered areas to the flowers by prize rooster at a county fair. He dislocated shoulder. years and the Sherburne precinct Alnnzn Linton nnrl vv.fo v.c.rrv. ingsville, visited James Harper bees and various other insects, worrieth along from year to year. Tie gentleman had been to Advertisers wishing a change should be recognized.and I pledge !w. M. Linton and family.atStep- - and wile one day last week, . . NrnL L i. or discontinuance ot ad. should myself to give to the people of ftiiiu uuuiu.ui worn uuwn uiiuuini gradually acquiring offspring. Lexington and were on their v Jhma,s. Norseman hadfa fine flower into the host and cause until his house resembleth a Sun way to Sharpsburg. Lexington infornfus the week previous to my district and county my best if"VVIIV., U.tbUtVIUJ U1IU WU settinpV i steer to die from clover uioai. a jhe dying twigs as noticed on the day School class publication day. before opeciai. to promote economy in v Farmers are about done service Sim nnl W ILXif J i. 1UC. The fact that the Christmas. He fretteth through tobacco. Address all communieatiors to our county government. WHIM L.1IUIV.1 UI1U .if.fr. nf In..,.. affected trees. Safe. "Are you sure these Slate creel;, were guests of Robt. bacteria work entirely within the the day and lieth awake nights W. Honaker, Owingsville, Respectfully. John Whooping-cougis prevalent Toy and wife Sunday. host explains why it cannot be trying to figure out how to keep eggs have no ckickens in them?" W. Hendrix. vicinity. )fi this John "Yes, Mrs. Alfred Carter and little controlled by any spray or wash himselt and his dependent popu eggs." missis. They arc duck ereafter all obituaries, lodge J Miss Martha D. Stone is visit- daughter Lillian that may be applied. lation out of the poorhouse. Ef visited relatives lutions, notices of box sup- - To the Democrats op Bath ing her cousin Miss Audrey Bai-i;There are two methods of con- forts are rewarded by having his on Peeled Oak last week. Old papers fcr sale at The . J. church fairs, etc , printed County: Subject to.the action of on White Oak. trolling the disease in affected daughters run away and ge't marMrs. Lizzie Donaldson.of Illin- trees. The first is to cut out and ried and bring him home?" nice Outlook efhec. v'The Outlook must be paid the party to which 1 have alMiss her ir at regular advertising rates. ways belonged and before the brother Artie Linton visited wife ois, is visiting Mrs. Martha Man-le- y burn all diseased branches, and every few days feast Alonzo and and other relatives here. State primary. August 2, next. I the past week. Linton the second is keep trees growing at his board. His sons gtw up will be a candidate for the office 'A&lrs. B. F. Shrout was with" slowly. and call him governor and set him ' Tobacco beds are selling here is absolutely necessary THURSDAY. JUNE 12, 1913. I now have the honor to hold. every day or two. Mer Mrs. Lou Rice, at Salt It orchard be gone over that back a My residence on the north side County Judge I at SI per foot. If several About the time he has acquired "eek.-MrRice died the of Main street, known as the give to every lit' promise to nd was buried. times during the winter and all enough lucre to make it worth Henry Scott property. otoostono. whether rich or poor,that Saturday. A suspicious branches removed. If while for his heirs to quarrel over, ANNOUNCE! JENTS. Also the property known as ,v conjustice which Miss Mary Lvle snent from freinds attend- - thi3 practice is carefully followed he contracts a cold and is hurried the Brooks House, on the south xperi-e- n Monday till Thurday templates, and with t' there will be no affected limbs left away before he has time to have side of Mam street, now with friends occupt Nje term has gr me, to m Mt Sterling. to act as sources of infection in the a talk with his family. His sons We are authorizea to announce county c spring. The trees should also be blow in his estate on bad whisky ed oy u. 5. Rath If. Thos. J. Evans, of Xhe atlairs ot Will Mack and family spent last And the" on. .h..n.-- I jurisdiction prompt, week with relatives near Olym- watched very closely during the and plug hats and his wiie puts Jn L economic Sanner. rker was called growing period and the diseased the finishing touches taJ' arecr by Jack Ck mocrauc nomtn ship nf 12, your supi ind in- - pia. her daughter, in branches' mt out wheney V! in th r the ' assurir my Miss Willie Ragan is vis j J,s very sick. 4 UESTIC 'iduct her sister Mrs. Carlos MiTtT j wiUr ed at ler e Ithes relatU I We are authorized to announce feated by R. W. Kincaid as a candidate for Saturday. the home team here Bcihoi. Elder Carroll Agee will give an tended Owingsville Court ! Several from this section at- Mon- - JSh i i sea-goin- - I ; I that . life-savi- ! ; Dem-crat- ic , 1 1 i ar 1 .1 1 1 T just h y, . son-in-la- w , FOR SALE. five-sp- ot s. tl4a even-hand- ed 4 aJ itir J I ss'