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was here Monday J Will Shrout of lit Sterlingl visited his brother S this wee Mrs Johnson M Atchison re 1tmRev E Ei Holmes of Perry ville joined his wife at J W Hutchesons Tuesday A R Robertson Jack Graves Wm Cravens of Mt Sterling were here Monday Burbridgc Ratliff has accepted n position in Greenivades grocery at Mt Sterling Miss Nannie Peed went a s t week to visit Miss Jennie Robinson at Richmond Ky Mrs Delia Ross of Fleming was the guest of her aunt D S Estill Monday Judge N R Patterson and wife of Pineville came FridayI on a visit to Miss Linda Ben Bramblett and Mrs Jose phine Moores of East Union vis Judge W W Power and wife jEldercinnati some days last week While gone Mrs Mills was taken severely sick hMarkThos Boyd Thomas Power Rob ert Bailey and wife returned the past week from Martinsville Ind Miss Mary Wood who trims for IIstorebrotherinlaw She has re P has nlrremainlther during the cropping t is the latter was 3by a logrolling rippledI f C F mie Ixi k olltfTs R F Chaud Bit toiv RolHATack ss lhlhel mod a7 r i 21 X j t1 i f t i r T i t tf 9 s i i et r r r1I fI iiip 1 1 t 1 i1 rwqyt 1iiia1y tt t 3 apt t- rrd fsit s f gf 2 ijj fr It rt j p ij or fr u f i t f ita i L far fr y r t5 0 r CLOSING EXERCISES OF THE DayWednesdayis invited Parents Day means schoolbyaside one day in which to see kthe work of their children I would like to see every parent of the children now in the city schoolat the exercises Thursday evening May IS en tertainment consisting of plays HighSchoolClosing entertainment Friday evening The young folks will play some of the best plays we have ever had both nights The proceeds of the entertainments j on Thursday and Friday evenings are to help pay for our new pi anoWe solicit your assistance C F MARTIN Supt City Schools DOCK RAGLAND DEADJohn 22Iyears He is survived by his wife who was Miss Lou Wilson of Ladoga Ind and three child Mrs Carrie Mansfield o f Indianapolis Mrs Nora Saun of Detroit and Edgar who is traveling salesman fora wholesale millinery house of Indian apolisDock Ragland was born and reared on upper Slate creek this county and was a son of the elder James Ragland He went from residetJinlife Mrs Delia Moore of May view Mo is the only surviving one of James Raglands children Thomas Ragland having died in Lexington some years ago CIRCUIT CLERK APPOINTED Oscar B Brother has been appointed Circuit Clerk to succeed the late John W Dawson his A11icIVYoungoffice is filled by election in November 1911 as by lfuvarielec ton fop such an can weld nheaa Congressional isj pb J l l f h Sr at t aa A rtj r Hir f T a i t r f J AY k 6 I d ra I h r t f y I 10 y r GllanllieeA- S3o lor Wllenh 3 3 50 Qity e COwJOE and a PQgthj EHlEante KO together to tho man who buys WolfoaColumbus coveringTheyor the last nJ30 fJlcll neaness ld beut1ltha to AnEGUARANTEEDaOODr t 1Jrif i Tfi t1 f fT r0 J V1li J tljjTiTS f 111Q t oJ JdlUliavo tho highest wcarlns quality Shoemaking skill and honest values havo given tlicrti first placo J350 shoe that will Siva better Service th x other shoes matte at a higher t fnricw i TODEALERS fflz Wolfe fires Shoe Co Coainbns Ohio ti rte L D BR- OTHERFiiWIV0 p 5Do you want to know about a wonderful new time9 health and Ddheysaving kitchen convenience0 1892Pureat your dealers This ware is guaranteed by the makers f 5 years thoroug9ienicwillor burn sa w- d 1T iIiiii J r t c 5t x r4 v is yr S i y at S t f E t i y t 0 i f r i r f S 1 l iu EUGENE MINIHANi f eT fffy HORSEBLANKETS ft3 1 G Handmade Saddles and Harness fare Jff the best and cheapest to buy none so good Has f c i machinemade and harness of all kinds cheap er than elsewhere t3 r j vULCAN PLOWS AND PLOW POINTS i r always on hand 3 Come and price I will save yoa money I am yours for the best saddles and harness EUCENE MI Nit AN OWINGSVILLE KY ry IHEll4CXETTORtEve v I E ONE PRICE TO ALL jt l A new line of lace and embroideries New dress ginghams yd 10 8Jc New apron 7c 8icFJaxonwhite VrV17v12JcThingoods all prices 12JcCalicoLadies vests 2015105c 25cIAdipotcomets 100 50 39 25c lOcLadiesslipprs 5cLadlesLadiesmuslin underskirts 84 75c 49CPillow Dresser scarfs and tables482ocTowels eJ 1 r J4 r Brooms 5045 15c i r iWhisk + t t Rope per yardyCollar pads each85c i I JO Halters Buggy whips 15Q 25 20 15 lOc rr25c 1Horse brushes 45 25 lOc lttf 1 jtCurrycombs 5cr r t terBuilding AJtIIra Matting tacks box 2c e 1 Galvan dspnnklers48c 7vrYf t V rof arNapkinsQuilt batting roll 10 y sa Shoe polish 5 8 bOcr JffIWriting tablets 4 5 8 lOcj = of L114rHEST u1 fo A y t r i r r i xi1 fc 11 wy I f ruft drr aSM14 y Ni srrh i J tii 5 i t r v kr4 l 1at r r uf a l tr4a v r tT itt je e to c j t I S j Ir r rVMBtii i fi ttI aki Qf1 v = f t I It v K I 1If X rTul + k p t iIi1 P r 1 f fg jf 1 1 y n VII DEAD 4 t f y J ABE v 1 RULES 1 t It r snlversally Lamented Monarch LtJJ r J Succumbs to Pneumonia4 f fJ Vli10LE NATION IN MOURNING 1 t 1 0 i iviSnarcha Death Occurred Before Sub r Ijects Had Realized That He Was l Seriously III Sketch of t f I and Brll fIlantCareer t iEdward VII king of tie United t Kingdom of Great Britain and Ire t land and of all the British Dominions ibeyond the Seas emperor of India f t r las his full royal title reads was born Hn Buckingham palace London on November 9 1841 and was the second f r child and frat son of Queen Victoria + + tA tend the Prince Consort Albert liet 4 was christened Albert Edward and at I L hii very birth was given an imposing list of titles He was at once created prince of Wales and by virtue of that 4 r dignity he became also knight ot the 1 t garter As heir apparent to the Brit v tr ish throne he succeeded to the title r 1 of duke of Cornwall and its emolu t + r N meats andaa heir to the crown of stewardIRn 4 J ayr earl I t CarrIck baron of Renfrew and lord r r ot the isles On September 10 1649 thIsoJI r Utlebelng conferred pa bin and his e i t4 heirs In perpetuity Among the other r titles and commands held by Edward s were duke of Saxony colonel of the 4 t l s hussars colonel iu chlef of the tfife brigade fold marshal of the t I British army and field marshal of the t German army fc i 1 l j r t her a popularity in Great Britain that has continued unlessened throughout her life as princess and queen In 187576 the prince made an extended tour through the Indian empire and was received everywhere with lavish and magnificent hospitality- On the death of Quern Victoria January 22 1V91 Edward succeeded to the throne The coronation was set for June 26 1902vand all preparations for the magnificent event had been completed when disquieting rumors of the kings ill health which had been current for several days wero con firmed by the postponement of the ceremony It was announced that the king was suffering from perl ypMltls and on June 24 he underwent an operation After some weeks dl the greatest anxiety he recovered tnd the coronation took place August 9 During the long years of his prince hood Edwards public duties consisted solely in the office of representing the royal family at all manner of public events and he performed these duo ties well But the deadly monotony of such a life was too much for the vigorous man and he found relaxa tion in amusements that frequently gave rise to scandals and that gave the world a wronglmprcsslon of his real character He was especially fond of the theater and among hie boon companions for years were actresses and actors Also ho acvel oped a great liking for Paris and oltel1o visited that gay capital Incognito But all this as has been said was only his relaxation and after coming to the throne his conduct always was so circumspect that not the most captious critic could find any fault with it As a diplomat Edward was unexcel led among tho monarchs of Europe His influence was always thrown to the side of international peace where compatible with national honor and his advice and example had a steady ing effect on all Europe He looked with amused tolerance on the va garies and extravagances of his neph ew the emperor of Germany but oc casionally that ruler exasperated him t r P j VIIA1 t I 4 1 v 1000 LIVES LOST EARTHQUAKE AT CARTAGO FAR EXCEEDS THE FIRST REPORTS LOSS RUNS INTO MILLIONS Scarcely a Building Remains Standing In CityHundreds Are Killed and Injured In Collapsed Structures Wires Still Down Mnnagua Nicaragua Reports received from Costa Rica state that the earthquake disaster is worse than at first reported The loss of life at first estimated at 600 was Friday placed according to the latest news from the ruined city at not less than 1000 and it may largely exceed that figure Hundreds were seriously injured in the collapse of buildings The property loss will amount to many millions of dollars Wires at Cartago are a1 down and details ot the catastrophe aro coming in slowly The earthquake which occurred Wednesday night consisted of a terrific series of seismic shocks which razed practically every dwelling and early all the larger buildings in the ancient capital of Costa Rica The shocks were felt plainly in Nicaragua near the Costa Rican border Rescue parties have gone to the stricken city from San Juan Del sur and other towns With the firs upheaval houses and business and public buildings began tumbling down Many of the occupants were crushed to death at once while others were injured and heldfln the ruins to die later Shrieking with terror men women and children hundreds of themJured rushed from their tunbllng dwellings Into the streets anu began a mad flight for the open country Many of them were Crushed to death or mortally injured by falling walls as they stumbled through narrow streets which were writhing under the pressure cl the mighty subterranean forcesEverywhere in the darkness and string dust the white figures could be neon flying for safety while a steady deafening terrifying roar fllled the air and added to the horror ot the occa sion Many of the ruins caught fire and scores of the dead and injured were cremated In them NATION SAFE SAYS CARNEGIE Ironmaster Sail for Summer Home In ScotlandHighly Compll ments President Taft Newt York Before sailing for 8uy1about t pi a f kL J i10 ij Ji ti i J R i ii t iiir t xt 3 S i t 4 t r 4 j r r i vv n t nAti7 i T50 x 7i p s t 4 J 7 r i i J IDONT PAY YOUR BILLU i LSiJ S1g17v The Comet Is Going to Destroy Ui on May 17perhapsI TAFTDEFENDSSUPREMECOURT CALLS DEMAGOGIC CANT PERIL AND ASKS SQUARE DEAL Declares Highest Tribunal Doe Not Favor Corporation and Takes Bryan to Task St Louis President Taft gave a vigorous denunciation of Wil liam J Bryan for the latters crit icism of the appointment of Gov Charles E Hughes of New York as associate justice of the United States Supreme court Mn Taft decried the cant of the demagogue and the dis position ot public journals to make publicUteAliI am speaking for Is justice and a square deal ho said not es pecially for myself for indeed I am in a position where I can get along better than some of the rest without it But I am appealing for justice in dealing with all classes Mr Taft was speaking at a luncheon given by the Business Mens league The presidents reception here developed the greatest Enthusiasm that has been displayed toward him von the present trip A great croWd we ed him on his arrival in the Union station and the street as well lined with cheering and agwaving enthusiasts as he was drlvdn to the St Louis club breakfasti n low 11- l t i t t t I t i 3 ia r f r I 11 t f t a r i a t l t r l- k y i t ri i f t l tte i i s 4 Y n LIE IS GIVEN TO GARFIELD Ballinger Tells Committee Hit Prede cessor Made Unfair and False Statement to President Washington It was not a fair or truthful statement exclaimed Secretary Balllnger during the Baum gerPlnchot investigation referring tot sentence in former Secretary Gar fields letter to the president last November which read Ho Ballinger directed the recla mation service to prepare lists for restoring the withdrawn lands but to do so slowly In order not to attract pub attentionMr said that all the lands actually had been restored within a period of three weeks Mr Ballinger again denied that he had ordered or directed as testified by Mr Newell and Mr Davis that the reclamation service should recommend tho restoration of power sites with drawn under Garfield Mr Ballinger said that since Pin chots dismissal there had been a reversal of the policy of the forestry bu reau which held full sway when Pinchot was in charge Secretary Balllnger read to the com mittee a letter received from tho presl ent last September in which Mr Taft- s SoMhe weakness of Pinchot lay in Vhls Inability to credit high and hon orable motives ttothowho differ with him as to his method of doing things n 01ys t i x yxo rh f if0 ir- r d X i i 4 I x k 1ri l s r r ti i 1Yq a t t rd F rst i r r 4ybr rw t r i i f ri c STATE RESTS IN HYDE TRIAL MRS MARGARET SWOPE TELLS HER STORY TO JURY She Contradicts Defenses Declaration Concerning Division of Colonel Estate Kansas City Mo Mrs Margaret Swope widow ot Logan O Swope told her story to the Jury In the trial of her soninlaw Dr B C Hyde for the murder of CoL Thomas H Swopo her brolher 1n law After describing the events between September 12 and December 18 she told with much feeling of receiving from her son Thomas the fragments of capsules ho had found in the snow where Doctor Hyde had thrown them Mrs Swope told how she fastened the pieces to a card and soon afterwards telephoned for J O Paxton her at torney She washed her sons hand after smelling the fingers The odor suggested almonds Mrs Swope said that she Doctor Hyde and Colonel Hunton discussed tho residuary estate which Colonel Swope intended to leave to some charity They talked of how the ell tate would be divided among the rela tives if the will remained unchanged This contradicted the defenses decla ratlop that when Colonel Swope died Mrs Hyde and her husband did not know whether or not they would receive anything Mrs Swope described the seizure of Mose Hunton and his death from frequentlying for a few seconds to regain con trol of her emotions Doctor Hyde and Mrs Hyde a few feet away watched her closely and listened eagerly to every word With Mrs Swopes testimony in the state rested its case Kansas City MoA new point was scored by the defense in the Swope case Friday when Doctor Cross who was on the stand as a witness for Dr B 0 Hyde accused 01CoL Swopes murder declared that mingling of formaldehyde and ammonia hydro cyanic acid the active part of cyanide would bo fortned In the embalming fluid used on Colonel Swopes body was formaldehyde Ammonia said the witness is present in large quantities in all bodies MINE TOLL NOW REACHES 195 Over Half of Male Population of Palos Ala Are DeadOnly Eleven Bodies Recovered Palos Ala1h village Is plunged in grie half ot the male popul qed to have perished as V ddare explosion in mine a Palos Coal and Coke coma About 200 men46 white ai Segroes kIUecbElevenbodlrescuers have not yet 2300 foot lejelr Srrgest Vnihnber oft matt tthe time of th c Y l rt U 4 itj ti j z te Y i l t f J ratft- r Fc Fit 1f y l t ka i iiJ Y t4 i I J t x jL fit s7 1i F 1 DC J JYW t 5M Y + 8 USI NESS IS FAIR r Unwttled Feeling Prevailing for Some Time Past Has Been Allayed Y to Some Extent weekly t f 4 apprehensivefeeling in the financial markets resulting In declining prices has been allayed to r some extent altnough there has been a disappointing check to the buoyant r movement existing In mercantile lines at the beginning of the year The i W causes of the financial recession werefpartly economic partly political It f t Is to be noted upon theYtw i situation has been slow and in some 4 i parts of the country It was hardly rib k 4 tlceable 4Zk Efforts to remove the obstacle of overproduction from the pig iron sit nation are proving successful as evi ii a r 7coveringtheoutputduring r total with one exception sIDcoSep + tember 1909 Buyers still pursue a waiting attitude and hesitation Is also apparent In the markets for Unlshed materials consumers delaying in the hope of securing price concessions 9 In dry goods circles considerable rreserve buyIng power was disclosed at the auction sale of carpets ybichfattracted buyers from all overthe country A continuation of the sUJsht improvement In the demand for Tcot taW rthebut Jobbers are holding back awaltiiirV tthe comIng ot the government cot iPJf report In June when they hope fo shas r cloths to run through June July and August ona basis of 264 cents per pound forprntcloth yarn construe tlon Yarns rule slow Dress goods are inactive in first hands and except for an advance of five cents per yard jj on a single line of woolen mens wear y little change Is noted In the quiet flPActivityseason run and the demand in edateliveryplants on part time as the not11 commenced fall cutting asl Sltprices are maIntained Lea tli is quiet r l and the demand foll etles4a j less active notedjthanX91 f pr 4 rtNewBusiness VfaiHures IIi the UnitedJvi Statesfat atfWeek ending wIth t iliwere lli sin t189lastw ek214- Intke MiPSeek 6t 1909 288 w 1908 164tand 162 li 1906 rsfailures In Canada for the t Reek number 18 which compares with tor last week and 29 in the Uktr1 wools of last year I 4 j i tWheat Including floor export Y J rof r J tt 0 Ii r P4 II I4 1 1i6 1 T fJt r 1 iitri JIt JfMi y FioI tftAr foo t7 w ttl 1Ifi 11t t I1IL Ii i A A k2 if J Ifpiif JiJ reo J1fM Jo1 1 O t fifoJ Ji J t9Y f f r i i t a 5 tytTt y a Yi a T f17Aa NLCI I If f qf y tse L S a A t 2 f- i What Are Our Intentions a 77ieLITTL r TTBROWN JU4 tIcIL1D1Aupw j MERED1TII t j2 li ar AJM1wcL Cri I 4 jrYNOP8IS 1ff r Thomas A bOnd millionaIre InSDurot Atlanta Griswold to his Ardmore In pursuit ot a girl who hal wInked at him MIstakn for Gov Osf borne ot South CarolInaJrIawohFe lIfo r SIi threllelled 110 roes 1o5Columbift to warn the governor and meta Barbara St Osbornoa Ardmore lcarni that his vtnk- r lady II the ihitighter ot GOT Dangur t ot North Carolina Hu follows her I 1 Iitlglt and on the WIly Isgtven8 jUgfltKiIdaIC In Mdbl at the JUI bears a message J Dangerfteld unlcssApple f 1 Isnl10wed to go t allied wllb1erry Dj J C the ntrn1rs of thalliot the ROlrnor to I I y 4 b t 4 t I 4 I a I I 4 a I v 4 5 rS 4 f itt t74rS 4J 5jA to 4 1 s t 1q w et Ij o t i1f r c i It jTJY lf io I l J 4 y0 t tI z II JJ c Jvl Jid1 tI I t i If r I J t Vf9 7 4 0oIP4 v l0 rt4 tp tSI 1tfotr t4 t SSp J L4 p t4 a e s t i hr4 4 55 4 i fI 1 f 1 5 tSp h Iot v 5I4 br r Ys II f 1 4 r544e SS t i i J 55A 5Zj 1 4 f lt Jq 1 irt t p aZ i a 0 rt1to c t t i 4 J 55r 4S T L t uf 1 t diP1 J i J l t k z i Z f Vt 1 trs4c t ii J J l5 tl 1f 6 t t r5 J 4tT i t IftJr r fi1 frJo t 4 1 a 1Y1t 4P j eSa tsi 1 t Sk fIx rS4Sa I 1l5 3 t it7 lIlttI fv rJ I fJTt 1 1 4Jo Vin t Uni t 1 I f I 0 o ro 1 t N I1t1 1 0 t J1J i rt etJt 11 r tI f t It 1 l Of JJ A ro i f o nO t t if r p 1 ftl t tfk 1t1Af ttrit 1 1It 1 7 4vf r 11 pf f rt IiEy ra l t S r6 NI i t i rrJ f r s 14 ir Si A Pt S4 f I f t J t I t IV fl5bt1 r 4 Jll ZS tJJ j or co 10oJ 4 ttr 7 f 16VIi 4 f r l tJht tr l 1 V f 1 ISt it JtYi t h o t i 1t i t f 9 t I r i f I pS l yf et J I Jt p 4 I i ty lft1vf1 rlt I f t4e r1 cto 1 t1J f ir41 t5 e blo rJ 4 oJ f 4J f t J 4 1 1t I beyond all other womenklnd she is different she is not like other wom en I It is nearly nine she said her voice thrilling through him My fa ther should have been here an hou- ragoVehl1ve heard nothing rom him Ae newspapers have telephoned repeatedly to know his whereabouts I have put them off by intimating that he is away on Important public bust ness and that his purpose might be defeatef if his exact whereabouts i 6 world that y thenewsp gr o I Xji 4 r i J sI tr fti t + 7fUy if j i 4 5 i ii1 i8ii ft H v S tJ I g I1 JotrH i 4 t4 I i t i 1 4 J 4 t ith Aot 1 SI S jir4 z r th-l1 f I j 45-t i 4 5ftI Ja 2q I i 5S j Z Z lfi fi jJ I if i 1t itsfa i 5S44I t I SJ I a J 55 55s HJ LfJ t 4iE a 6- 5ft4 s q 1 P tf f a L l J rI f4 f J 1 L i2 i = ToI t kAJt 14f J 1 4 Icr 1 ii L1r 5S 4 l J t irt 1 t r- 5 J a r LI R S irj1 i Sii t t rrI II l but they cotnwlt most of their trrtraea In North Carolina and they alwayi have Talk about a vacillating course Father has never taken steps to arrest those men out of sheer regard fot Gov Dangerfield ho thought North Carolina lied some pride and that he governor would prefer to take caro of his own criminals What do you suppose Apple weight is indicted for In this state For stealing one ham one single ham from a farmer in Mlngo county and bos killed half a dozen then In North Carolina She paced the corner of the veranda angrily while Grlswold groped for n solution of the problem The telegram from Raleigh was certainly lacking In diplomatic svivlty It was patent that If tho governor of North Carolina was not tremendously aroused he was playing a great game of bluff and on either hypothesis a prompt response must be made to his telegramI answer this at once lIe must not think we arc so stupid In Columbia that we dont know when were Insulted We can go through the side door to fathers study and write the message there and she led the way She found a blank and wrote rapid ly without asking suggestions with this result The Honorable William Dangerflcld Raleigh N cTour extremely diverting telegram In Appleweight case received and filed CHARLES OSnORNE Governor of South Carolina She met Qrlswolds obvious disap pointment with prompt explanation You see tho govcmop of South Carolina cannot stoop tn an exchange of billingsgate with an underbred person like thata big solemn conceited creature In a long frockcoat and a shoestring necktie who boasts of belonging to the common peopull lie doesnt have to tell anybody that when its plain as daylight The way to answer him Is not to answer at all Excellent Its bound to Irritate and it leaves him in the dark as to- ourI mean Gov OsbornesInten tions And those intentions During this byplay ho had reached a decision as to what should be done and he was prepared to answer when she asked with an employment of the pronoun that pleasantly emphasized their relationship What are our intentions We are going to catch Apple weight thats the first thingand un til we get him were going to keep our own counsel Let me have a1 tele graph blank and I will try my hand at being governor lIe sat down in the govornors chair asked tho name of the county seat of Mlngo and wrote without erasure or hesitation this messageTo of Mlngo Cqunty Turner Court House S cr- ake every possible effort to capture Applewclght and any of his gang who are abroad In your county Swear In all the deputies you need and If friend ness of cItIzens to outlaws makes Uila ndJIon your part will be vlsltedjrftK everestVp9nal tlca Answer ImIatelyby telegraph CHAKLESpSBOIlNE Ovfloc th Carolina 4 J t 4 f i f 4 4 a t r l 4 tI H 4 I 445S g SS 3 z Sq f 4 t 5p- S i SS e5 5 v t4 fsa v 9v5 5SSy SVt r 4 I r5 J i t s r 5 ttj 1 1 t iZ f r fr a 56 42soJ It KENTUCKY GLEANINGS WHAT IS GOING ON IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH Frankfort KyLito Insurance pol ides containing the stipulations that tho policies are Incontestable If they are renewed after one year mean Just what they say and tho court of appeals of Kentucky decided this question for the first time recently in the case of tho Citizens Life Insur alice Co of Kentucky against William D McClure etc in aillrmlng the Judg ment of the Fleming circuit court The record discloses that on July 24 1907 Mathew Fl McCluro took a life insurance policy with the Citi zens Life for 3000 Upon receiving the policy he paid the first premium- and assigned the policy to his and brother William B and Joseph C McClure lie paid the second premium when it fell due July 24 1908 and In October of that enr he died and the company declined to pay the policy to the beneficiaries hence the suit was filed The company flied an answer and counter claim charging that the policy hall been fraudulently obtained by the insured The policy Issued to McClure con tamed the following stipulation- If the premiums are duly paid as required this policy after it has aeon renewed beyond the first year shall be incontestable The question was then put up to the court What does this clause mean and does it mean what It says Can the company rely upon the defense in terposed with this stipulation in the policy The court of appeals holds that It can not Frankfort KyThe right of a Judge to change his opinion expressed orally ana enter an order contrary to the opinion expressed orally has been upheld by the court of appeals in the case of J M Robertson against M F Donelan etc affirming the Judgment of the Campbell circuit court Judge Settle writing Upon complaint of Robert Porter Donelan then a mag- Istrate in Newport issued a forcible detainer against Robertson alleging that ho Porter was the owner of property occupied by Robertson and entitled to pOssession of it Upon hearing the evldnce in the case Don elan decldedtuiat Robertson should remain in possession of the property but failed tq enter an order and changed his mind thernext day giv ing Porter the possession of the prop erty The appellate court says that he has the right to mate this change 1vestatL ITLnTI I r f 4 a 0 P5S i ijk S a r k i i r i f a 1 i 1i r f 0 r i i ff RAILROAD NOT RESPONSIBLE Louisville Nashville Railroad Not Liable for Death of Mrs Edmonds Judgment of the Kenton circuit court in the case of M L Harbeson administrator against the Louisville Nasvllle railroad Co was affirmed the court holding that Mrs Emma Ed monds was killed accidentally at Craig street In Covington anti that the com pany was not responsible for her death The Judgment of the Faycltc circuit court in the case of the commonwealth against tho Payne Medicine Co was alllrmcd the appellate court holding the 100 license tax unconstitutional The Judgment of the Christian circuit court In the case of Dave Smith sheriff against J M Rcnshaw and 9 O Prowso was alHrmed Judge Nunn dissenting Smith a sheriff failed toI renew his bond within the statutory time laid down by law and he was ousted by Prowse who appointed Ren shaw At the close of business April 30 there were 14420 107 of outstand ing warrants but there will not be this number of outstanding warrants at this time next year for the state board of equalization and the state board of valuation and assessment will increase the assessments ou the realty aud personalty In Kentucky enough to raise funds to pliy off this debt in a large measure The statement of Auditor James concerning t close of business April 30 follows Sinking fund 196 92525 r school fund J29048195 balance In treasury 37811071 deficit in general expenditure fund 109 29549 With 1600000 In the treasury the rural school teachers hope to secure their pay by the first of June as the money has been due since February Louisville KYIt is understood that the cases growing out of the night rider troubles at Princeton In 1907 when the warehQuse of the Im penal Tobacco Co was turned have been settled by the insurance com panies for less than 1000 The outcome of the cases Is regarded by the insurance companies as a great victory because the riot clause of the policies which provide that in case of fire being due trlot or similar outbreaks the com panics are not liable for the loss was upheld by tho court of appeals Augusta KyThe tobacco barn ot George II McKlbben containing between 5000 and 7000 pounds of to bacco at the edge of the city was fumed The tobacco baiot been pooledSParis KyTho cornerst ne of Parifc handsome new Federal Building was laid under the auspIces lof Paris lodge No2 F and A 31 Ip the pres once of a large throng After the in vocation by the Rev Dr t3tt SSjye the ceremony of placing the corer 4 Sasr e 4 Sv5 4 J I i 4 i Ilj 44 f t r S fj i5r SS 4 5tbdi IJ 4 iI k J i y f f 4 r t5S S SIS e t 7 Hrry c c THE METAMORPHOl tJ 0 F fr j a T j By STACY E BAKER a fTi ifCopyright 1909 by Associated Literary jrtB j 1 It was all owing to the inheritance Miss Angelina Dobbins spinster would have been resigned to a placid lifeexistence in lIubbletowncorks- crew curls sallow complexion silly simper and allhad not Fortune tipped her brimming horn and given unto the maiden lady both money and 11 thrilly little halffrightened wish to be revenged upon a certain person Miss Angelina was 40 years of age when crusty Reuben Doderfleld uncle on the maternal side passed on leaving to his solo relative an accumula tion of long sQmnolent dollars Tho obsequies over the b lress placed a good man on the Jdrm and went back to her home town to wrestle with girlish Ideas of ven gea ce sho had long thought hidden away In the crypt of forgotten things And s1itwas that tho natives of Hub1 town awoke one blustering morning to find the angular Miss Dobbins a memory of ytVterday Nor had the departed left one clue behind to tell of hr whereabouts- Hubbletown sat up and took notice It was a nine days wonder a startling epoch In the staid history of the town For a brief period there was talk of abduction elopement here rumor again touched upon the one romance in the womans lifeand thenHub bletown stretched Its arms yawned and forgot As for Miss Angelina she wu safe In New York Also a wondertulmeta- morpbosls had begun Miss Angelina Inconsistent changeling was emerging from the chrysalis of timemellowed convention togirlhood The necromancers along Broad waythe hair dressers the massage artists tho manicurIstsand the r My Heartila Vo 5I 5 a J r Ia t c a i 4 II f f f 4 i 1 i i f 5 i 7S i i 4S o 4 t i SS i iyt tf 25 3 i l o i i 9S r that followed and at 42 she wanAi vI specimen of spinster iMiss Angelinas latent bloom a kened by the beautycultureclanJii little old New York was a reveIatl if4 even to themselves 4 1 Why Miss Dobbins en ladys masseuse you look positivelyt girlish Your complexion Is as pink and white as a earold babes and 4k you have better expression ander r control anguage than when you first arrJtsfedV Three months before this Miss An gelina would have answered with on th Inane simper Now she spoke calm ly I am giving the subject of beauty culture conscientious study for a pur pose You see I have been an old maid so long that it has palled on me By August the lady from Hubble town could have passed through the 5Vstreets of her native village Incognito Her cheeks were as pale and plnk tint ed as a young girls The angular lines had become graceful curves Miss Angelina was now the pretty MissSDobbinsSForty years do not sit heavily on tho head of the knowing woman It j occurred to the eojourner from Hub bletown as she gazed iDtoher mirror that she must have suddenly found 4 the secret of perpetual youth Now ruminated Miss Dobbins as she critically summed up her alluring likeness I believe I actually b K lleve that I am equipped for the fray And thereafter New York knew her not was a dainty little woman InoIt lweeds whom Mrs Albert Hartog In troduced to the best society of tho thriving city of Albantown Suscep tible youth and gay widowers fell vie tims to her charms in this group the popular newcomer noticed apprecia tively one Thomas Bogart recently bereaved and rather pudgy and ridicu busS 7 There were others Mr Bogarts fat little characterless face had good reason to furrow deep lines of worn ment The dapper Albert Kalm some years younger and financial magnate of Albanio rn was a rival But in spite of this the gods seemed kind Mrs Case seemed to favor bis r EUlt and this was well because it was rumored that tho sprightly widow had money V On an evening during which Bogart bad been unusually favored and fai t5 Ilowed to escort the widow homo the opera his ardor suddenly betterof him t fromJ1 Mrs Casevhe began when r had irrived t the ows friend have something Erlj to say toyou WhatIs Thom1J3 SIOWftUl C I p t r1 t teitS n za r i a5J S 1 J 1 5 5V j J r 5 i I j8i55 5 l y v5 I P Ot l1 r I rfo t t I z t 1t t 4JSif1 Vt I t F jT t4 t J1 t i 4 W O JISI to 31 1 1 0 j V 4 ffj 7A iMo 1 LI fg 6 itJ i IylJ4Iff l f r t ft 1j4 f C4 hPlY SifJJ f 55 4r 55ik5b SS SS t 4St 5Vs y 5 g 5i H r f S6SS 55S Ss SiS 3S 5455S SS Eb 5S45w 5 1 i t 455 7 5 S 5S M t 1 if i in tfjt i r z r r l p il+ J pi1 11 Lr Y t t t r Ii I Y t OUTL001 t 4 t rED WEEKLY v LLE KY bJII1 according to Act of I hs at the Owingsville f4 Postoflicc as secondclass t Stcr 4 IrIIE OUTLOOKS subscription t tes as follows 0 du One Dollar- S months Sixty Cents b I e monthsThirtyfive Cents 1 0 i4 f1r Nobzrnisions allowed any p JDOlly on Inscriptions o a change of address shouKvgivc previous address when writings- CorrespondentsI shoulcNqlways 1 get their items to us not bier sf than Monday if possible wheTs out of stationery mention iton a separate slip of paper News matter of general inter est is welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in 4sortedAdvertisers wishing a change or discontinuance of ad should It inform us the week previous to publication day r Address all communications to 4 JOHN W HONAKER Owingsville Ky X V r j THURSDAYMAY 12 1910 4 iXf 4 ANNOUNCEMENTS 4 J We are authorizedto announce Will J Fields of Carter county Oasa candidate for Congress in OtheNinth district of Kentucky tsubjectto the action of the Demp ocratic party =r 0 THERE is a considerable ele ment in this country that is really I monarchical in its inmost heart t e jandit is acclaiming Roosevelt as- the hope and expectancy of the I I 0State e z KING EDWARD VII of Great a i Britain died last Friday and his J son George V became king Ed b ward grew greatly in the esteem y iofhis peopl and the world ff 111 his laterhfe takmg rank also as one of the most astute and useful 1 lbstatesmen of hia ime Little is i t t known of the capacity of George n V for public affair1 4 r t f THE OUTLOOK IN FLORIDA d It On Sunday Feb 5 I took m y tor 1 p family down to Palm Beach toI I hobnob for the da with the milv lionaires Head toet be J fore day to take the train We p had as traveling companions Mr i Ellis J Koven l Wl c son Al 1 t I s4 tta Ir t l 0 I f t Ip j t 104 4 e o J I dp1i r o I 4 I a t 10 4 44 0 41wI I t= t fjIdV 1ior 42Jrt w v 1 1 ct 1 ta t t 1 t L 1 i ll II 1 4 J tV iIt tII l 0J t l 4 S t J IL j sp rSl4 c I t a e iii 1 4a it t C 1I 4 r t3 r 1f J M f te t 1IeO 4 jtl4 t 4 y a Ift 1 LJ 1 o I iP t lt 1 1 I 4 9 c I c t 4 Po 16J g 1sb iIt 4 tc ia- I t J to a1 ot r t f c ti I t J i Vii j i to a 1I ptI rdtl p s 1 1Al aSi I I r J Ja r It1I I c 7 r rt L t r h Jt or r f J Jtt 4 rs1 t j lf t1 H Ja1r4 1 t3S a i a t 1a4 1Vr tOi t W gtj t 1oot 1 1i H 4s l J aias Ufs I tji ll ltJt eda f 1 H 1 1 14 1 aIc f t v1A j7t J I f 1tV t 7 tj It a rr oo IJJ l i if5 uo VItIt I lz i 0 rt t r T S4 t L I e 1j rjjP + i tttr t1r R t J 1 t t r It 4Iolr r t X r t s I J 1 IHI1a 4 t f t 1 rrN1 Je ft Q I I 4a f r f s4VfiPi 1 I f 4 Gi1I ttr IJit 71 I r- f t O 17 t i rItta iA Ji I s 1 J 01Gos te lrv 4 4 l sl I I tt tiJ oo iat s 7 ft f Il f 4a j a f a t1 f ft jtI i i tC J r U r t 1rt 0 r k 1 reclines in a chair that is the per fection of comfort it is as swift as need be and the clement of danger is eliminated IWe were first held up by the e keeper on the bridge over Lkc Worth we paid out of lIt andpaRsed on My chairman was a sophisticated guide and promptly began naming the objects of adoration or special interest Hotel Palm Beach was pointed out likewise the establishment of Dr Munyon of pawpaw remedy fame The great Royal Poinciana ho tel loomed up before us as we en tered the broad clean smooth hard streets of the Golden City and turned south along thexlakc drive This hotel contains 2500 rooms is six stories high and fronts nearly 1000 feet It is fin V ished and furnished like a palace out of the Arabian Nights The spacious grounds arc like a yast outdoors conservatory of TRjvflrs and rare plants There is only one thing lucking that white sairtkwill not grow blue grass to mau perfect lawn The Royal Poinciana is said to be the largest tourist hotel in the world One New Yorkustliasr- eserved for him each scasijc choicest suite of rooms at 25 ptK i day But it is said Flagler finds this hotel something of an albino pachyderm on his hands and would gladly bestow it as a gift on anybody who would give bond to run it My guide told names of the flowers but I canIremember only hibiscus everything is high in Palm But cocoanuts Cocoanut trees lined the streets and driveways ncarlyicvcrywhere The trees bear the year and arc seen with ocoanuts in every stage of growth from the blossom to the mature nut The nuts are enclosed in a beechnutshap ed shuck When ripathey fall oft and are the property of whoever chooses to take them They arc an encumbrance on the ground and are sometimes piled up and busied The children clamored untiheach was given a couple AlOI1 the lake drive wild ducks in noels swam around as tame as the doi cstic breeds They come up to bo fed by the children The guide said they were leather backsV Of course they are fully protected by law We passed tire small row of shops wher confections I be lieve that is tte term of millinery and costuniB are provided the elect and chospn at prices com mensurate with their exalted state- J Home after home of million aires of more or less national re nown were pointed out Henry M Flagler saint the East CJt hnsa statelv hitlI AlII J L t j t r j a I ftf1 rF i o 7 I i qf t4fi 3 ii 4 1 ii J ia t r tfttrz7to 2 f h t f i h Y I i 1 Lf t J t 12 I t t f 1i t t fII 4 t1 r t 4a 1 t t 4 f tJ fSI ot t Itl t kj ct1 f o itiir 1 It4 ttqt a = i 1 I Ujft1 Jf d SS4 jI f SPI S1 t Ior i 4jfl It 1ta I ir I I rc j ts IiPrJ f i7 4ixi I q4 i 1 J o ls Ifr for him Palm Beach is well named for besides the countless cocoanut and cabbage palms palmettocs there are travelers palms and royalpalms the latter the most palmfamilycarved columns of whitish stone Lime mango and tamarind trees abound also coffee and other rare tropical trees But the ioyal poinciana is the brag sight In the spring when it is in bloom the lone greenhorn promptly yells fire when he sees it for its bloom makes it appear like a mass beingflamelong pod something like the Ken tucky coffeebean pod lengthened four timesIa pretty one and the yellow Spanish honeysuckle covering sides and roofs of houses is another lherrlare flowers without end- On the street leading from the lake to the ocean are rows of Aus trilian pine trees Golf and lawn tennis und3 are COl1sPICUOUIout ferson the actor died Tlu hy was bright but cool jitsdthe blue oceanitIits trans pare water and roaring breakers was a4ranIsght as e rode out on the per Ve vera held up here again for forty cents toll An ocean steamer ojjie line passed while we w riallorvII pier Plenty of fish could down in the clear water A trough of minnows at 25c per minnow was ready for the fisherman Re cent catches on display were a shark a sailfish and some amber jacksThe sailfish is a member of the swordfish family and has an en ormouslydeveloped back finI which when spread is like a ai and gives it the name It grows to 150 pounds in The amber jack is a hardfight poundslreel and line as I used at the inlet was casting his bait into the ocean from the pier A Japanese woman in national costume was on the pier The Breakers is another of the greaC Flagler hotels fronting the beach The elite and fashion were there in full force and seem ed to be rather drearily taking their pleureSTheRoal Poinciana and The Brealters house the most fashion lable society in the world There is a womans dress costing 1 several hundred dollars is good for one appearance only accord ing Ho the testimony of one tlicGould women inher zu- ifii51jSfII r Ja iia t j qs i l V A 1 1 t j lvurJf a y SfSrS 1 i k c PS 5SS 4a PS 5a 4 Ii It r0 5- 4sa 45 i i 4 4 a f 4 t 5a t5a i s St f j D f f 1c f 1 I wJIff ft I oaw m to sort o bring the average down I wore my overcoat and it was very comfortable but south ofe bathIiug 111disportedter while a big crowd sat lay about on the sandy shore watching them Ladies and gen tlcmen in their S u n d a ygoto meeting clothes plumped them selves down on the sand with no fear of soiling them as the sand is very clean and easily brushed off Palm Beach is a splendid place for the consumption and display of wealth For those who like to live there or stay there for extended periods why that is the sort of thing they like Under no circumstances should I like it for more than brief occasional visits It is too much like a gild ed cage that restricts freedom of action mostly to an inane fashionable life andI We left on the 927 p m for Fort PierceJOHN W JIONAKE- ItCORESPONDENCE Uppor Prickly Ash Mrs Martha Allen of Owings ville visited her son John and family last week AllenI lThos Allen and wife ingsville visited relatives here IOn wcekIb ay v supper at Harpers school house There were only seven suppers sold They brought 11 75 The supper was made to pay Mr North for teaching the music class Gran e City gripIFlemingsburg visited Sam Walton and wife Sunday Misses Elizabeth Bradley and Correene Colliver were in Flem ingburg shopping Wednesday Mrs T J Havens and daugh ter Miss Era were in Owingsville one day last week INewton Johnson and wife were guests of their daughter Mrs Dr A W Jones at Qwingsville Monday Mrs Emily Bradiey and daugh tel Elizabeth were itfOwingsville one day last week V Moochs Ferry IJniece of Salt Lick visited the family of B li Ingrain Sunday childrentI r ii 4 r i f t j iili lit a 1 f JiiVaS 0a a I 1 i C f J1IC1J t tk SS T t J i t 0 fI a at 54a SS a5Si f J l a SS 0 c i Ji CXI IJmInf I ed home fronMirtinsville Ind where they had been for the benS fit of tho tatters healthvSam Conycvs wife and two children were guests of the fam ly of Sam Shultz Sunday Clarence Horseman and wife Jasit ton Branch Sunday Mis A K Coyle visited her daughter Mrs Dee Rudder and family one day last week Mrs J K Jones visited her14 r n sPricklyPobbto We had a fine rain Saturday which was of great benefit to vegetationMrs Hendrix and Mrs Margaret Andersonof near Sher sonIA Powell bought a mare of 1J Stephens for 230 Russell Woodard wife and daughter visited the formers pap rents Jasper Gardner and wife of Owingsville Sunday and Mon dayOn Wednesday May 4 Dee wereIMiss Aetna Whitton were the at tendants They have gone to housekeeping for the Perkins Bros on Lick Branch May theirS pathway through life be manyfriendsAlfred Bailey visited his lath erinlawAlfred Eden near Cher ry Grove several days last week Several from here went to Ow ingsville MondaySalt Lick James Greer of Camargocame Saturday to see Uncle Henry Wills Misses Mary and Fronie John son visited relatives at Grayson last week A good crowd was in town Public Sale Day but little trading done on account of the rain Mrs J E Johnsons sale was well attended considering the rainy day Mrs J E Johnson visited her sister Mrs J H Williams at Grayson Sunday Mrs W F Fultz of More ead WftecrsistcrMrs A J Cheap l Vasly 1 dl p a f jr lt a 5S r i i a Is 7 flS 4 + 15Ss f r f t F I i ts3 t 1 a U 1 I 55555 55 55fS SS 0 i a I 55 r j SS SS sS 5SS o rSSS 1 41 j E J J e 1U Thos N Coons and wife of- ourbon county came Sunday to liit relativesS GrassyLick a Gillaspie SundayI lAywar The Telephone Co claims g it has raised the price but the subscribers say its blackmail blingMiss Stella Copher closed her Friday after giving an eld fashioned candy pullingCWe hear it Montgomery is going to lay Bath county in the shade on the poput lation this time Martin Green removed from Sharpsburg to Roy Byrds farm Daniel Baker who formerly lived at Flat Creek is dancr ously ill at his home at Howards Mill Crooks Mrs Joe Williams and little son visitedrelatives at Olympia Fri day and Saturday Mrs W W Nixon was in Mt Sterling Friday Mrs Dr Williams is visiting at Farmers Jeff Cassidy of Farmers visit ed his parents W D Cassidy and wife last week Ray Goodan is visiting IMrs on Flat CreekIFarmers have been delayed in planting corn on account of the rainClynt Wilhoit returned from Indiana where he had been for several moths CrayH1The attendants were Reuben Wil andrcraft and Miss Emma Ginter Mr and Mrs Craycraft ate nice young people May joy und pros perity be theirs through life George Carmjchael is on the sick list Olymoia Rev Battenfield fil1cd his appointment Saturday and Sunday W M Shultz who has ben at visitinlliismother Chas Panix of Wngly is visj iting home folks 11J George Sv idnom f 1Iii tj Jv l f t 1b r a t a f jSr 2 Sf tsI1 Jp a c f I 1 as Itf 1 t 1 r K1 L w 5tS c 1 t J iJvfi 1 sS r i s a I 0 t 55S- t 0 0 2 a L f t 5S5 5tfS t a j 7 jJJ r 4tSS lifJfirr OJ S E i 0z TJf i J IJif1 I J1 f I rr 0 tta I a 5S J f Imogene IGmonthsold daugh tu tel of Willie Wilson ot optrof tea fingers badly cut and brU1Sedt from being caught in tie cogs of washing machine IMrs Artemisia Rogers widow Rogers died at G a mSpril 8 1910 at the home of her randson David Hawkins with whom she had made her home for many years She was buriedSat 2 p m at the Hendrixaground on East Fork he was 87 old and was a 4Herives her also her daughters Mr aroline Hawkins and Mrs Eliz countyWehy to the bereaved LIGHT YOUR HOME WITH TIlE DYTOIA-Acetylene Gas ienera4pt better safer and kerosene gasoline or c EJgas nearest approach to ight most delicate shad be easily and accurat stin- guished 4i bje11 S and Cis umps Pipe fittingsh erry pneuImatic watsyztem and plumb inggoodsL Palmer f J 1 a eSt a e at SqI J a I0 u I lr I r tcIr iI 5i It o ic l 4 w irJ4 i ljIf r fli i 1 l tAj 2L r riN iI LIjj tiIi 4 a fJtJ lt 11lf5V r a4sift 1j1 a a J jf T r a 5j I- SSSSS4 ffSI5S SS r S1sr t r it 55SS t SS 5a a a I r55555- S a 0 j SS 1 P545S4 7 t re a 5S 5SSa i i if f 1