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t JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville
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S vr tftj S THURSDAY DEC 29 1910
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u Ia fr A Merry Christmas and haopy
4 c tt New Y ar to THE OUTLOOK force
t i 1 and Its correspondents and many
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JI I < L Mrs Mary Rodgers has been
1 y 4 Very poorly for several days
> 1s Adie Hendrix has been sick a
1d I < > j few days but is better now
11 1 < Carl Butler and Miss Lizzip Col
k liver were married Dec 16
S t 4 Wm Littleton gave the young
ceitlyI
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s j l a4cMiy AlfredCarterjsSable to
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Robert Jines anH wife vvsite
f relatives on White Oak Saturday
rand Sunday
James Crouch wife and son
4 Clarence of Ashland attended
S the burial of Clint and Walter
Allen at Owingsville Saturday
S They were nephews of Mrs
Crouch They also visited Mrs
Martha Manley of this place re
Ic turning home Monday
4 5C Album Shrout and wife of
1I Heynoldsville spent Christmas
4i 3 daywith R F Shrout and wife
1 Russell Shrout and wife visited
e Ll relatives near Reynoldsville the
1 4 J first of the week
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F John Oakley of Roes Run vis
Jj > lied Willie Hamilton and wi f e
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4iv Sunday
i1 4 > Jas Horseman and wife of
9fit
If it 9 Wasbington Branch and Oscar
Whitb 1
b > S4 jOakj were guests of Ed Horse
l 7 j > man and wife Monday
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1 i i i Christmas passed off quietly
p 1 here with the exception of a few
iif drunk boys but no one was hurt
> S We surely had a white Christ
mas this time
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Mrs Floyd Ross and baby of
I Stepstone visied relatives here
Friday <
We wish the editor and all the
I 4 readers of THE OUTLOOK merry
r Christmas and a happy and pros
1 f perousNew gear
Geu gtH H l1 IlHa rson
I 01 i v is visiting relative here
S hereIkV
IkV Will Crockett wife and child
e i jjjfh ren are visiting relatives at Win
Jh r Chester
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4 I k i1 Mrs John cloSe her
school atJWe hsyalley Friday
q It r i ahomce treat for the pupils
s 0 i V Miss Carrie Nixon closed her
t 1 school at Preston Friday Santa
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l j ted presents to the children
5 I A C Jones of Owingsville is
t visiting friends here
cS t Lee Gilbert of Midland is vis
f1iti I relatives here
t II Stepstono
t f iOV 4 fjjClay Blevins Lizzie and
net spent from Fhurs
< l turday with MISS Ella
l h H in ilt Sterling
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7Z r J s yd Ross and little son i
f < 2 14 di e visiting relatives in
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p 1J P d Reynolds and faml
i Ir l RoeBecraftare vis
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A 1 4 Jj jl 4 to ing her mother Mrs
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Little Omar McQuithy and sif I
ter Georgia of HOards Mill are I
visiting their grandparents F AI
Mc OmfJir and wife i
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homo Friday for the holidays I
Mrs A D Blsvins has been
very sick the past week
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Dawson Carpenter spent from i
Monday till Friday with his sis 1
ter Mrs Lewis Staton at Salt
LickI
LickLacy Carpenter and Willie BalI
nett of Magofiin county were
here last week visiting Misses
Hattie Ramey and Artie Ragan II
Hale Sexton and family of
Owingsville arc visiting Jo Hay
and family i
IElmer and Arthur Karrick and j
Dallas and Stanley Turley of i
Winchester are visiting George i
Turley and S P Steele and fam I
ily j
LIB Wilson and two dangli i
tors Misses Emma and Annie of
4tissa are visiting J 11 Steole
t 3 family N
Ilt Lillie Raymond Donohew of I
1 Sterling is visiting his uncle
D Blevins and family
Floyd Carpenter of Illinois is
Visiting relatives here
The Stepstonc Lodge Modern
Brotherhood of America gave a
free chicken supper Friday night
Dec 23
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XS B AOxicr and wife of
P intsville visiting Mr and
Mrs Frank Proctor
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Orval Hart and wife ofvNew
port are visiting his parents < 1
J Hart and wife
Roy Jackson and wife of Co
lumbus Ohio are visiting the
family of his father J K Jack
son and wife
James Gray of Ashland is vis
iting hia mother
Carl Penix of Ashland is vis
iting his old home here f
Miss Ethel Swarts school dos
ed Friday It was her second
term and she was very success
ful She gave the children a
nicQ treat
Jtfarried Sunday afternoon
Dec 25 in their buggy at Pres
ton Miss Anna Shultz and Ed
Palmer The bride is the young
est daughter of Mrs Martha
Shultz of this place She is an
intelligent and charming young
lady and a favorite among her
friends She will be greatly miss
by her girl friends Miss Ethel
Swarts accompanied them El
der J E Wilhoit tied the nuptial
nuptialJ
brigand happy i the sincere
wish of the writer I
Burns Johnson of Olive Hill
joined his wife here last week
Mrs Addie Swarts and daugh
ter Miss Lizzie are visiting the
formers brother Wm Bolcherin
Ashland
Clell Coyle and Sid Warren and
their families of Roes Run and
Mrs Clyde Peed and little daugh
ter of Owingsville visited J P
Copher and wife Sunday
Married Dec 21 in Owings
ville Miss Lillie Johnson and
Jack Swarts They are a nice
and deserving couple and we wish
them much happiness and suc
cess
Tony Griggs and wife of Mid I
dletown Ohio are visiting rela
tives near here
C L Penix of Shelby is vis
iting his father WW Penix
Dr N T Clark is visiting rel
atives in Winchester
Mjss Olive Jackson of Cat
lettsburg is visiting hWgrand
parents Wm Jackson and wife
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The jyheat crop looks now like
it wouldbe a complete failure
Many icehouses were filled J
here Jast Week < >
Tobacco is weighing up very
veryheavy I
heavy Some yields ofJo
peFacro hasbeen reported
For ten days our roads have
been almost impassable brfng a
solid sheet oticft 5
bJiWed ughter of Win Turn
er and wife is very ill with sear
let feverI
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Miss Alice Sanders has gone to
spend Christmas with home folks
at Poplar Plains
Chas H Jones has bought a
farm near Williamsburg and will
move to it March 1
We i notice tobacco growers are
stirred up like they never were
before If an earthquake wont
w9tte a man up then his is a
hopeless case
hopelesscaseRay
Ray Goodan and wife visited
relatives here from Saturday till
Monday
tThos Roberson has begun the
new year right by becoming a
reader of THE OUTLOOK
James Crockett who was mar
ried at Ironton 0 last week to
Miss Anna Jackson of Preston
is a resident ofour town f
To THE OUTLOOI c9cpond
ents and readers hereV ushmg
for a merry Christ yJ hap
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Willie F Turner has Ueen ill at
Indianapolis with blood poison
IOliver and Clay Ficklfrn of Ca
margo came Sunday to visit H
C Ficklin
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Miss Lutie Quisenbcrry closed I
101 school Friday Bhe gave the
M holars a nice treat i I
i ive men killed am five or six
wor nded in three days in Mont 1
gomery county Thats enough
to make Breathitt hang her head
IIO shameWednesday t 1
Wednesday night Dec 2I
Stanley Trimble and Miss Mfittie
2IIStanlcy
Crockett eloped to Catlcttsburg
and were married They return
ed Friday to receive the parental
parJntalI
eldest son of Squire John Ti > im
ble and wife and is a most QX
cellent young man Mrs Trim
ble is daughter of Thos Crockett
and wife She is handsome anU
accomplished The many friends
i of this young couple wish for
them a long and happy life
uaossa
A merry Christmas and happy
New Year to THE OUTLOOK force
anfrsUutsreaders <
Clarence EIlihnd Miss
j Lucy Vanlandincjiam wfcsa mar
fled Dee 15 They bought of
John II Jones 47 acres of lam
I on White Oak for 3500and went
to housekeeping Monday Both
arc as fine young people as the
community affords and our best
wishes are theirs
Dec 16 Alfred W Butler so
of Nace Butler and Miss Lizzie
Colliver granddaughter of Mrs i
I BettSe Vanlandingh were maJ
I ned They will go to housekeep
housekeepI
Wied soon on Frank Jones place
They are worthy young people
and our best wishes go with them
Frank Jones and son Albert
bougmiThos L Jones little farm
of about 2 acres for 2750 and
moved there last week J B
Darnell will move to Jones home
place just vacated next week
N Thomas L and John H Jones
mid families who left last week
ror New Mexico to make their J
home stopped off to spend tjy
holidays with revives the ff 1
mer with Mrs r gtcr 1 C
T S Garner <
the latter wi
Thomas Jon > t
after which v
Destination V
Ed Garn r
been in MiL t
on account i
returned v t
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in the West J v t
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and feeling V v
Sw fnnm
led him hoi
ter John H Z c
lis came o
Christmas
Miss Nan
school at up i
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Born to Obe r and t 3
nee Ruth Gudtan 81b b
their firstborn if > <
While all wer expecting it this
community was grieved to hear
of the death ofone of our nicest i
young men De < 18 Dickie as I
he was calle < r lio only son of
Jas IL and Sallie Wilson was
one among thousands of his age
faultless in habits He was of a
quiet disposition kindhearted
sober truthful honest industri
ous always submitting to the
will and obedience of his parents
and the comfort and pleasure of
his sister who have the sympa
thy of all in their sorrow
The compliments of the season
to the correspondents and readers
of THE OUTLOOK wishing all a
happy new year
SUFFERING FROM WOUND
Jack Thomas son of Mark Thbm
as who lives on the latters fair
on Flat Creek while carrying an
armful of tobacco stalks some I
w eiz llg fea4stuclc the
pointed end of a tbcco stick in
to his cheek He ame to his
fathers this week suffering very
much from his wound and threa
ened with lockjaw f
NEW TOBACCO POOL
meeting of the tobacco grow
of the Burley belt at Ldxingtoh i
last week was controlled by those
thaseI
who had held aloof frgm the form I
er pools though members othe
old pools were present and took
part in the discussion of the prop
er plan to pursue to form propJ
pool After much debate the fol I
lowing report of the committee
on permanent organization was
unanimously adopted >
Mr Chairman and Gentlemen
men 7YoUr committee appointed
to devise ways and means of pool
ingthe White Burley tobacco in
such counties in Kentucky Ohio
Indiana Missouri ajjd Wet Vir
ginia as can and dp raise White
Burley tobacco respectfully re
port as follows
First That we recommend
the pooling of the 1911 crop and
in the same contract cut out the
1912 crop that all the theI
the Burley district are requested
to send delegates to Lexington on I
the 5th of January I
day 1911 toI
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devise ways and means to bring
about this end For the purpose I
of strengthening the 1911 pool I I
we also recommend the addition i
to the 1911 pool of any other un I
sold tobacco on handI
Second We favor county or
ganization and home rule
Third We f avor a reasonable
per cent contract
I Fourth We favor separate
organization and recommend co I
operation with similar organiza
tions
tionsFifthVe recommend that I
June Gayle Judge n F Hill and
the Hon Ill II Frohman be andI
pointed a committee to take up I
1 the question of organization and
confer with similar organizations
and report at the meeting Janu
ary 5 1911
Signed B F Hill chairman
Henry county H M Bcsworth i
i Fayette county C E Tate Linj
i coin county P 0 Minor Owen I I
county II M Frohman Carroll I
j county Ed Gill Mercer county
Jme Gayle Owen county James I
POI grove Franklin county I
T following address was 5s I
VIrs isI
Irs > the tobacco growers of I
dicky ofII
Vh1e 3 rit a meeting of to
co growers who have not here
I rwore been affiliated with the
Surley Tobacco Society held at
uexington Dec 19 1910 declar
< sd for an independent orgaim
I tion of growers for tlipurpo >
j of securing fair prices for their
tobacco it was decided at this
I meeting to call a delegated con
vention to meet at Lexington od
Jan 5 1911 The growers in cacti
county of the Burley district arc
hereby directed to meet in thetI
respective county seats on Sat4tr1
day Dec 31 1910 at 1 oclock p t
in and select delegates to attend
the Lexington meeting to form a
permanent organization and that
said delegates be instructed a3to
what action they maytake
n J HILL Chairman
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Or jf careful in his
hisJ I
rw tccasions said
5 Ianinspeakingof
0 J Ion which he in
certain older di
r Ja certain penal
A
i OUt little expe
S ° V6od man was so
vhat he learned
if one young man
4 5 a jjiurglary that he I
5 uld offer him some
I l of what kind he
pi iSo after many
5 Ins he delivered
d following
< Tends we must not
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fact that we are
ohe tomorrow
I Ie siI rejoined I
Jlaint rjHar
IaintHarusannahi
lusannah asked
hen it came her
the usual ques
jes do you take
f roiir wedded hus
7 or for worse
S Forforworsets she
113 as he is Ef
Vh Ahll know de
1ine to take im
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nyselflyaat1t
THUND lTAND LIGHTENING A
bishop came to visit d church
where a colored minister was pre
siding Loudly and with inuch
gesticulation the preacher pro
claimed salvation When he pad
finished he approached the bishop
and asked how he liked the her
mon j
monoThe bishop answered Why I
pretty well but dont you think I
you spoke too loudI
Well said the preacher its 1
this way What I lacks in light
ning I tries to make up in thun 1
der Ladies Home JO1rnar
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THE TAX ONOU1CLOJITJ
To the Editor of the Courier
Journal J5ist to ascertain the
ffett of the tariff on mens cloth
ifisjr a gentleman in New York
reqently wrote for a box of sam I
pies of cloths with respective
es toa venknown firm of
tsh exporttailors The sam
3nie in due course This
Iffers to supply suits to cus
A v s in any part of the world
atfrom 645 to 1340 according
to samples of cloth selected ex I
clusive of course of duty and
freight charges Suits of similar I
cloth would cost in New York I
from S13 to26fuUy double the
price charged in England
EnglandAccompanying
Accompanying the samples is a
list of duties payable on an im
ported suit of clothes in various
countries The United States
heads tops the list with 90 per
cent approximately Belgium
charges 13 per cent Bermuda
10 per cent British Guiana 12J
per cent Canada 30 per cent
Cape Colony 12 per cent Jama
ica 17 per cent Newfoundland
45 per cent Transvaal 12 per
cent The principal European
countries charge duty by weight
of goods To import a suit of I 1
clothes into France costs 20 cents
to Germany 36 cents to Italy 22
cents Spain L44 Besides these I
diminutive figures the American
rate of duty towers like a sky c
scraper over railroad shed
New York Dec 10 T R C I
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Report of the Condition of the Farmers
Bank
doing business at town of Owingsvhle county of Bath State of
Kentucky at the close of business on the 15th day of December
1910
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts 301760 63
U S and other Bonds i Stocks and Securities 15251 42
Due from Banks 76010 95
Actual Cash on hand 17452 65
Checks cash items and exchange for clearing 445 13
Overdrafts unsecured 22715 64
Current expenses and taxes paid 182 46
Real estate 4000 00 Furniture and Fixtures 1000
Total 5000 00
Total 438851 93
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock paid in in cash 50000 00
Surplus 50000 00 Undivided profits 35667 52 Total 85667 52
Deposits on which interest is not paid 301593 36
Due to Banks 1591 05
ITdtnl 438851 93
STATE OF KENTUCKY 1
COUNTY OF BATset
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I J J Lacy Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowl
edge and belief J J LACY Cashier
Subscribed and swoprto before mc by J J Lacy this 22d day
of December 1910x Iy commission expires January 31 1914
jJ RBROTHER Notary Public
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I J B GOODPASTER
J T KlMBROUGH
I J J LACY
Directors I l
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Report of the Condition of the Salt Lick 1
Deposit Bank
doing business at the town of Salt Lick county of Bath State of 4
Kentucky at the close of business on the 15th day of Dec 1910
RESOURCES j
Loans and DiscountsTT 91569 29 I
Duo from Banks 16708 31
Actual Cash on hand 5220 97
Checks cash items and exchange for clearing 957 73 1
Overdrafts Unsecured I 181671 I
Current expenses and taxes paidT u 1629 67
Real Estate 2400 CO Furniture and Fixtures
1800 00 Total 4200 00
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Total L 122102 6 I
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lLIAnILlTIES j
Capital Sto k > pav inin cash 15000 00
Surplus 12000Qj Undivided profits 3376 60 Total 15376 60
Deposits on which interest is not paid 88094 75
Due to Banks 3631 33 1
jDueto 4
Total 122102 68 j
STATE OF KENTUCKY
COUNTY OF BATH 1
STATE OF KENTUCKY
COUNTY OF BATH
Setf
L Allen H nu Points Cashier of the above named > Bank do solemn
ly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowl
edge and belief aJve ALLEN H POINTS Cashier
Subscribed and svvorn to before me by Allen H joints this 22d
day of Dec 19lQSr 1iy commission expires Jan 29i2
c J H CAMPBELL Notary PublIC
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S V Directors
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Report of tIle Condition ofJiio Owingsville
0 Banking Company
doingbusiness atthe town of Owingsville county of Bath State
of Kentucky at the close of business on tile 15th day of Dee 1910
RESOURCES I
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Loans ard Discounts 108533 32
Due frm Banks v 8829 60 1
Actual Cash on hand < 4532 38
Checks cash items and exchange for clearing 3 50t
Overdrafts secueed and Unsecured > 9007 37 t
Current expenses and taxes paid 2907 26
Real Estate 3771 10 Furniture and Fixtures
1133 96 Total L 4905 06
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Total 3 138718 49
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I LIABILITIES
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Capital stock paid in in cash X i 30000 00
Surplus 3700 00 Undivided profits 11184 24
Total 14884 24
1488424I
l Deposits on which interest is notpaid 77626 08
Total Deposits 9125501
Due to Banks 1703 24
Notes and bills rediscounted 850 00
Other liabilities not included under any ofthe above
headsRent collected jVi 26 00
00I
Total138718 49
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I T H Brown Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true tothe best of my knowledge
and belief T H BROWN Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me by T H Brown this 26th day
of Dec 1910 My commission expires Feb 2 1914
H C GUDGELL Notary Public
Correct Attest
T H BROWN
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UNAVOIDABLE DELAYA wo
man went before the magistrate
and modestly inquired
Your honor can I have a war
rant for the arrest of my hus
band He boxed my ears yester
day
Certainly maam replied
the Judge I will make out a
warrant on the ground of assault
and personal injuries
Can I fetch the warrant in
about a month
In a month Why dont you
take it at once
Please yer honor when my
husband slapped my face I took
my rollingpin and hit him on the
head so that he had to be remov
ed to the hospital The doctor
says however that he will be on
his legs again in a month
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J M RICHART Prest
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PAY HEED TO ITDont blame
us if THE OUTLOOK ceases corn
ing to you The U S postal law
makes certain requirements of
publishers with regard to sub
scriptions If the publisher
doesnt observe them his news
paper is refused the privilege of
the mails So if your subscrip
tion is not properly paid up THE
OUTLOOK will cease going to you
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notify subscribers by means of
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when they should renew No
matter what other publishers do
THE OUTLOOK will observe the
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I think said the heir appat IIIC
rent that I will add music and V r
dancing to my accomplishments T f
Arent they rather light
They may seem so to you but
they will be very handy if a rev
olution occurs and I have to go
into vaudeville Washington 11
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ALL FOR TIlE BESTFriend
They say youve made a hundred
thousand dollars since youve i
been in office 1I
Statesman So Ive heard iJ
Friend Arent you going to
deny the story
storyStatesman
StatesmanNo It causes un
pleasant gossip of course but it
is Leader fine for my creditCleveland
PRESENTS FROM PAWhen
papa received a bronze statuette A
for the parlor mantel and an em
broidered pillow for the sofa from
his two fond daughters at Christ
mas hEy did not kick He even
said Thank you But this year
the daughters were astonished
when they found a brier pSpe and
a shaving mug and a razor in the
stockings they had hunpXurZ
papa to fill
THEY WORE IT OuTLiving 1
out on Manhattan avenue are two
young women who are looking
for stage work In the next flat t
lives a young man who also wants
a theatrical engagement I n
neither apartment is there a su
perabundance cash
Yesterday morning one of the
girls decided to fry a couple of
eggs for breakfast <
Fry them with bacon sug
gested the other
Got none came from the
first
firstWhy didnt you buy some yes S
yesterdaY7 P
IAw
HAw pshaw said the one
who had suggested bacon I
dont like eggs unless theyre
rfried with bacon J
The other had a brightjdea
Ill tell you what Ill do she i
said Ill go and borrow Georges
bacon if he has any George i
was the young man in the next ii
flat W
flatShe
She went next door and told
her troubles to George He was
willing to lend his bacon But
he made her promise on her word f
of honor to return it She prom
ised and returned to her flat tri
umphantly bearing the bacon s
after the eggs vere fried with
the bacon she returned the loan
George looked at his bacon tt
was badly warped F
VI knew youd do ithe said
frowning You get avaricious J
You fried it too much Youve1s
worn out my bacottu
The girls are going to get him
some new bacon as soon as they
can afford itNew York Tele i ii
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SALE Any one wishing ta
move to town and expectinpr ta
Ikeep horse and cow and raise lfi
hogs and chickens and have the r
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advantage of theJaest school in 1
the State of Kent f llfit 1
you a
Respectfully < ri
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S D THOMPSON
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ILIGHT YOUR HOME
WITH THE
DAYTONI >
Acetylene Gas Generator 1 t
i better safer and cheaper than
kerosene gasoline or coal gas
nearest approach to sunlight r
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