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Richards gave her Sundayschool class a picnic June t iA29at Wm Wrights grove on 1 Prickly Ash Pb l p 42 E H Goodpaster waselected S Democratic County Committee I I J fZ man in Xhe place of Q B Broth I er resignedV vVandttt tier for sale 50tf4 I JBROIIEtri J s Dr A W Wahnihavingat i i2 f nice stone fence and avcment t b1 I built in front of hlsresldenceonj i t 11estMain street rf P4D t miss the opportunity to S buy one of the mowers forsalebyr ai r 50tf J R BROTHER v 4 A f t LICENSED to WED y M 4N nawayandMlnmeJR dof f Eagle tuf AJMRza Lathramn Lucy J a1S NOTIC ijIr UUl f r tJi psiied a bHu altSt et lintwodcta be1owi1fff G311f bc haircul1 tC IQUave t se owa ld clean 501p1 t STRAYED A ch rtnutf sorrel g i mare tar and trie down nose left hind ankle white 10 years old thin tail 15i hands high Reward information of her k- W S GUIK3ELL I S DEMOCEATIC MASS CONVEN 1W TION The Bath County DeinQ SaturMIdf afot Saturday Aufifi 6 to nbmi I t 5L ateacandidateVforCirctGourt f Clerk frj DCMOCXATIC CONGRESSIONAL b NTON1fhe Democratic lIj 4 Committee of the 9th Congress f41 5r lonal district met at Morehead e iJuae Sand called a convention t July 27 to nominate a f b candidate for Congreee 4VBUGGIES AT A DiscouNT T tbas 60 new buggies on 1 t itkI and Jn order to reduce WS stock he wililrell tkem- Sa ff mdfecount of5and10 on bbuggyaf iisee his buggies if you want t j toi Cash or credit 511I 4 1II MTAE OFDAT President PostmastersIb Aaociation set July 16 as the 4 4IIM wE the meeting at Lexing t 2 i but later chasged it to July a IS By e gave THE t Al oJ aOUTLOO raftK f the call for i s t July 16and didnt notice the r imitak until TIlE OurWOK Was l IJ 1 J VBRTISED LETTERS Let 3 j ten addrewed to the following ti ir jJ ruaud for in the Ow 1 t sc n potofficeJuly 1 1910 7eJ =calling for them will please- 1 ythey are advertised df0 TA it r 3 L ohnson CoI t J i 2 Met r 0y I Chas to 1 r 4V I YJ f4 t vca rr o 3r yk 4ar t t a II ir 4ir f IIts a l 1 i V t4 1 i4a If I t t l i f JH 1 t tL r s t 1t ti i1 I t t If I r e4e J r l 1 kbi it r1 11 i cakr lJ 4 t ft = j 1 7iJf 1f It Joa r JOY I 4 1fJ Jtif VsttfJ I sc J Z f a 1 tS a l cNi1t 1 ii sfftI i iJfH JISIi VYP I 1t I it 1 i t 1 I 1q witt1f YY t4 i J 1 Ji J i aa 01i tI L fI t Tl l J 2C a t I1J 1orJ i f J + io J tit 1 H t J1 14h I 3 It tlfriji Pf t z tr J O t 1t j fr t 6i k 7t 4 it lr fo Vt f ArIr I t lOt f iJ J 1 tt 1 I JJ or 1rfr JJrJt IJVP tt2 f 1 ii4 t 1to J f 04 r Ir 1 aII Jto i t l f r r 4 ktr Ji r J1 t I t ofrl1 tdt1 rf d i l1 7 i Jt i f oi l r f If 4L tI1 ot 11iij f 1 IottiP J t PERSONAL John R Salmons and bride ar rived Tuesday John Scott of Mt Sterling was here Sunday Judge A N Crooks went to Lexington Monday Mrs Mote Weaver had a se vere attack of illness last week Mrs G W Mills went to visit friends at Madisonville 0 Sat urday I Mrs Walter Harper went a- Mt Sterling Monday to vis It friendsV V fSharpburgSaturdayMrs Ratliff of Winches ter isVisiting her sons Cab S and SumS R S Estill is down with an at tack of malarial fever but is get ting better Ben Myers and wife of Winchester visited C S and S J Ratliff this week Chas W NesbItt of Mt Sterling was here as attorney Thurs day of last week Mrs I W Jones was the MtiSterlingJohn E Sheehan of Mt Ster ling came Sunday to visit his sister Mrs Andy Coyle Jr Win B Arnold of Frankfort came up Saturday to spend the Fourth with home folks VMoLHorseman wife and son of Hope Ind came Tuesday on a to relatives Miss Fannie McGinnis an d Catherine Mills went Saturday toIPerry ville to visit relatives Prof CF Martin left Tuesday to visit his mother at Lamed Kansas She is very sick David Fox and wife of Mt Sterling were guests of H S Goo lpaster and wife Saturday Mrs Emma Fassett and two children of Mt Sterling visite- dkterLMaryMetcal t ng1JoialiiJV hi fa inIaw Major J BrotherVMrs John Thomas and daughter Miss Lena of Mt Sterling were of John T Kim brough SundayV Among those at Mt Sterling DaughertyJRey Palmer Gudgell Mrs Marion Mclntyre and bam and Miss Lula May MCIntyre pi Columbus O are visiting Mrs EiL Barnes and other relatives Elizabeth Botts of Ashland and Lyda Clarke Darlington of Huntington W Va are guests of Miss Bessie Botts of near PrestonRobtMoores little son Tilford of Cincinnati visited Add Power the past week and left Tuesday to relatives at Bramblett NicholaScountr Mr and Mrs James Gillons little daughter Ellen returned home Wednesday June 29 after a visit a to her aunt Mrs Chess Glover on up jer Flat Creel Mrs Cassius M Clay and Mrs Vansant of Paris andllltsJA Vahsant of Mt Sterling C om posed an automobile pay that was here some hours Wednesday June 29 Little Miss Era Reeves aft a visit to her uncle Alfred Carter near town returnea home to Wcf Sterling Sunday accbmpaniedjoy uncle D S Estill and cousin Millard Carter V- SsThe visitors from here at the dance at Olympian Springs Friday were Brother Jas M Richards Ruby Kincaid John son Young Coleman Elliott and George Dawson TW Hutcheson is slowly im proving from his injuries they not being as serious as was feared at first He is now able to bend his knee which would not be the case if his hip was fracr turedMrs C F Martin accompanied Il her little daughter Micna re fjed Friday from a visit ofa to her father Mr j Jarlisle Mr Dalzell has ill for some time but at better v eTribou return B visit to Miss Bessi 5a chester Whilt iJ ql who isadaugh vl formerly of near 5j 4 at Louisville I Tribou ac ng party Xj i iK 5a fiJ 0f i 14 iiJ 4 I 5ASV 4 5S0 Those who attended the June hop of the Sterling Dancing Club nightJuneBertha Botts and May Kincaid RubyKincaidPerry Holman Rice Coleman El liott Mr and Mrs H S Good paster DEDICATION OF I 0 0 F HALL The dedication of the handsome new hall of the Ow ingsville Lodge No 190 Inde ilelloVshpeoplehereing especially numerous There were some members of the order from Flemingsburg Salt Lick SterlingThe but one of the sultriest ever felt here Shortly before 11 oclock a m the members of the lodge formed a procession marched out and met the Winchester cornet band on Slate avenue where the procession turned and headed by the bandmarched to the hall the weather being too intensely hot permit of a long march The band occupied the buntingdraped stand in the Courthouse yard and at intervals throughout the day played popular and patriotic aIrs Dinner was served at noon in the upstairs room of the east wing of the Courthouse the Odd Fellows partaking first then their families and such of the public as were invited by the members- In the afternoon T H Brown a happy little speech introduced Grand Master I N Williams of Lexington who made the dedicatory address Mr Brown as master of ceremonies introduced in succession Elder James E Wilhoit Dan W Dog gett and John Dickerson limo whom made appropriate speech thecrowdlaughmorous sallias- The crowd seemed have a jolly good time the little folks being deUght4witk the toysand Jts a fer onthe street S LMONsCojfROY A surprise wedding was solemnized at St Patricks Catholic Church at six oclocka m Thursday when Mr J R Salmonsof Owingsville and Mrs Julia Walsh Conroy of this city were united in marriage Rev Father T J McCaffrey per forming the ceremony Mr and Mrs John J Walsh were the attendants Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Salmons left for a bridal trip to Chicago and returning will be at home to their friends in Owingsvjlle after July 25 The bride is a splendid young woman and is popular with all who know her She is a sis ter of the prominent merchants Robt and John J Walsh Mr Salmonsoriginally from Carlisle is now located in Owingsville in the harness business with Eu gene Minihan He is a gentleman whose geniality and bearin make him popular in a wide ci cle Mr and Mrs Salmons have thebestishes of many for long life and happiness Mt Sterling SentinelDemocrat I John JR Salmons is a modest worthy gentleman whom to know is to like and admire His many Owingsville friends certainly re joice at his happiness and warm ly congratulate him and his fair bride Miss DORA HENS iEYS DEATH After a long illneM Miss Dora Hensley aged 67 yeSrs died at her ome on Coyle street about 6I m July 4 Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon by Elder G W Mills and the interment was made at Owingsville cemetery about4 oclock Deceased was a daughter of Dr Alex Hensley a surgeon in the Federal army during the Civil war Her mother wasa Critten den first cousin to the noted statesman John J Crittenden Miss Dora was reared at Kidd yule Clark county she and her sister Miss Alice coming here to reside about 15 years ago A brother James of Winchester and two sisters Mrs James Mc Kee of Chicago 111 and Miss Alice Hensley of this town sur vive her All of them were with her in her last hours She was a devoted member of the Christian Church and was a kind good woman being highly esteemed The bereaved ones have the sym pathy of many friends Icecream supper at Wrights grove Saturday nightJilly9 Good order guaranteed JULIUS BAILEY HENRY TINCHER 1 J NEWSPAPERS IN TROUBLE Special agents of the postoffice department are traveling around over the country newspaper offices when least ex pected to examine subscription lists to ascertain if the regulation SeveralIowathe Desmomes Capital Vashmgtorcitybecause hehasrules It seems a litttatoujrh thatcountryc1itpr have toehanl olatiiertlawsscribcrs for the small sums they owe on 8ubscriptiQtebat itiivKl the end of the world no one knows when it cometh and no editor seehislislAnd thatheprompt paying list subscribers upThisfromthepostoffice longerIpaper no we may to UncleSamwe shall not extend credit if we wish to but whether right or greatlytend to pay but are careless about the matter and if such really want the Bee we know they will come to our assistance and relieve us of this embarassment It is very dangerous business for a newspaper man to send pa arrearsTopenalty for noncompliance with the rulings puts a newspaper out of business for the expense of putting a onecent stamp on every paper mailed amounts to much more than the profits on the entire Iabor Auxiliarycc Report of the Condition of the 0 wings yillci Bunking Company I Bank doing baess at town of Owingsyille Cou tyofath State of Kentucky tattheclos of business on the 30th day of June 1910 t RESOUBCESi Loa 118 andDia n moreenddrliersiEstatcjJfortga rW f Call Loans on CollateralVTime Loans1 on CollateralVUS Bonds y f Other StOcks BondsV tDue from National Banks 1684759 1 Due from State Banks and Ban 16884ti8 kers t 3649 Due from Trust Companies j lUnited States and NationalV r474196SChecks and other bashitems i 5200 Exchange for ClearingHouse Overdrafts secured and unI 5VVV securedV 754033 Overdrafts unsecured Taxes It Current Expenses Paid c 157646 Real Ji320094Other53333 Other Assets not Includedunder any of above headsVVVVVVVVV TOTALi 14297900 LIABILITIES VVVCapital Stock paid in in cash 30000 00 Surplus Funds 370000- Undivided VVVVVVVV Profits VVVVVVVVV- 941068 Fund to PayTaxesVDeposits subject to check onJVt7V which interest is not paid 8287179VDeposits subject to check on f IJ VV which interest is paidV Demand Certifictes of Deposits on which interest js paidV f Time Certificates of Deposits 6731Savmgsterest is paidii M ii i Certified ChecksV F Due National BanksV 78L23 Due State Banks and Bankers 372066 j j 450189 Due Trust Companies rCashiers Checks outstanding Notes and Bills rediscountedV Bills Payable T STSVTaxes Due and unpaidI Jr Unpaid dividends j VVVVOther Liabilities not included under any of the aboveheadsV TOTAL J 14297996VV VVVVV TAT MF KENTUCKY fSCTyop I T H Brown Cashier of the abpye named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best ofmy knowledge and belief T H BROWN shierSubscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of July 1910 My Commission expires Feb 2 1914VH C GUDGELL J M RICHART 1 claSCorrect Attest H C GUDGELL THBRowNVDirectors HIGH WATERS Raina Monday put a good portion Winchester under water 6ing 50000s worth of damageV At Mt Sterling Hinkston creek was four feet above the record I1j7 VVI mark and did considerable dam preventing the 4th of July celebration at fairgrounds and making the Owingsville Ca margo and Spencer pikes impas sable for hours j VVVVVV EUGENE MIMIHANS 11 y is the best place to buy BUGGY ROBES and HORVBLANKETS pf all kinds IllsVHandmade Saddles and Harnessiare the best and cheapest to buy none so good flat machinemade saddles and harness ofallklndscheapSpr than elsewhere 1 VX3CA1 PLOWS AND PBOWF0INBt f tt ty lwa ohndCmea dprfc J will svety 1t n e YYI am yours for the best Saddle and hirnai f EUGENE MWIHAN owmKvlct K- YTHEJACKETSIgREI if f 1 t f Everything for Everybody I9 i ONE PRICE TO ALL 2gallon covered buckets 20c lgallon covered buckets 15c 1gallon covered buckets lOc igallon covered buckets 8c Jgallon covered milk cans 15c 1quart covered milk cans lOc flaringtop buckets 12c Tin pie pans each 4c 5eIITin pans all sizes and prices Milk strainers lOc Woodrim and crank sifters lOc Tin coffee pots tOe Tin teapots lOci Jelly glasses dozen 20c Table goblets 75604035 30c Table glassesdozL5O6O4O1- Preserve standSt 25J548ei Water pitchers 19 25 3550c 4 j Glass butter dishes 10 15c j1Glass sugar bowls 10 ISo Glass spoon holders and r cream VpiheralOc 7 Glass bowls 10 15 1925c tGlass vinegar bottleslOcGlass molasses stands 10 25cV fChinaShirred egg dishes 1Oc No 1 lamps 25c 1 No 2 lampsSOc i Globe lamps 75cto 350 Granite ware a specialtyV r Black powder shells box 40c Smokeless shells box 55 c i5 22 cartridges box 13cf i32S W cartridges box = 40c 38SW cartridgesboxVRivetingiHachinea 2ktj i i 1 IHIGHEST1CASICEAIPFOREGGSVVT J R MAXEYJ OwinRsville yV y 0j J t 0 1 u r t nEH ap MIrr t r1 FA t S1ANKj rdoing business at town of Owiavile CoiityLof 8Kentuck atthe eof biwiaeon tbeaOtho yOfjTm i1r t J- RESOURCES p 1 1 f Loans and Discounts withon 7 ormore endorsersassuretiea17046987 V J 3 Real Estate Mortgages 12548735 V v Call Loans on Collateral OOOOO of yt i H Time Loans on Collateral 00000V h U S Bonds 00000 r1Kr A Other Stocks SVVtVV 4590000 t 541857iZ 2 Due from National Banks 6413842 i M I lr pDuUnited States and National tt Bank NotesVVVV 2154200 Specie d16694 227089 o Checks an i other cash items 17080 r tExchange for Clearing House 40160 i 57240 Overdrafts sccured i 00000 tJ Jr Overdrafts unsecured 898927 898927 Taxes VVVVVV5VV VIV 00000 Current Expenses Paid 00000 t t Real Estate Banking House 300000 i tOther Real Estitfe VVSV 00000 i Furniture and Fixtures 100000 toOther Assets not included under t J any ofiatipfge heads t 00000 AOO0 00 h fft dojr jTOTAL r rI LIABILITIES t JCapital Stock paid in in casht 5O000O0 t SurplusFund VVVVVV 5000000 Undivided Profits SVVVV 2542648 Fund to pay Taxes 919S 76957 of Depositssubjecttn diecfc on whichiriterest fenbtpaid 3O984696V r Deposits Subject to check onV ri I itwhich ihterest is paid VOOOO0 Demand Certificates of Deposits IK J j on is paid 00000 Time CertificatesoDeposith on t whIC In res IS pal 00000 ii Savings Deposits on which inV Y fJ i r terest is paid Vooooo t r fCertified Checks VVVVVV 00000 tJ Due National BanksVVVV 226422 a = DUe State Banks and Bankers 459829S I Duo Trust Companies 00000 t r Cashiers Checks outstanding oooooV 4F Notes and sills rediscounted 00000 Bills Payable VVVV 00000 686251 Taxes due and unpaid 00000 ft 1 f Unpaid dividends 00000 VS OtherLiabilities not included un r der any of the above heads 00000 SPJ VVVVVVV VVVV TOTAL 44280514 i STATE OF KENTUCKY V JCOUNTY OF SCTV BATH IJ J Lacy Cashier of the abovenamed Bank do solemnly Xt i swear that the above statement is true fo the best of my knowledge J and belief J JrLACY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of July 1910 My Commission expires Jan 31st v 1910 J R BROTHER V NotaryPublic- BGooDPASTEK Correct Attest lJ T KlMBKOUGH if 1qA I J LACY DirectOL- J i s t VVS i 5V i ai gij 4V i 3tf ri vj t t i I f t iff fiij SS t s SI SIw 1 4 t1 1it 1 ONFER IN PRIVATE I 1WIOOSEVLT AND TAFT HAVE LONG TALK AT LATTERS SUMMER HOME ARE SEPARATED 16 MONTHS f Netting Between Present and Former 1 Executives Characterized by Old Time Cordiality Subject of Their jII W Discussion Remalna a SecrolE Beverly MazsA smile spread over the face of President Taft Thursday 1 afternoon as he hurriedly left his work d in the library ot tho Burgess Point 1b4 cottage and rushed to the veranda t when tho Lodgo limousine drovo up 4 jthe honk honk of which was an jounclng the arrival of former Presi Sb1 dent Roosevelt ry I They met just outside the door and i simultaneously Taft clapped a hand on itho Roosevelt shoulder as Roosevelt s clzed the presidents hand la a strong grlpcIMr President exclaimed the oae 14d und Theodore cried the other v By George continued Roosevelt thls Is line I am mighty glad to see jyou Mr President v Thus after a separation of sixteen agaInSJ at the Taft cottage hero In Beverly with only Senator Lodge and Secttary Notion present all the vest ot the world being barred vztaI I pThose who witnessed the ejecting I i y tt II d1aracter1e4 by an the r t oldtlmecordlllty ot TebEUon be tweee the twothat there was the F beet of feeling displayedand that the hearty bursts of laughter that pro ceeded ftrst from the president and 1 then from Roosevelt as they sat on i the veranda and chatted for two hours I and a bait was strongly remtetecent of the oM White House days As to the talk between themIt I covered a wide rango ot topl sandthere was a period waea the president and Roosevelt drew aaldo fromthe rest I of the party and conversed In low tones What waa said must remain a j secret however between them for LLtued to make say statement s jJ the colonel bad departed and 4 Roosevelt would say oalytbathe bad 4bad a most delightful time i X CLEAR SWEEP FOR HARVARD ti aek P MMH Races on Thames ft01 Lm t gewLondocRariardedayetvle f i tory oat Thames Thursday cnlml j atelwlthSUeeeeB la the varsity lshtJPKk fcer stroke oar all butt cot q k1 aaV Yale crowed ifee at the McirlMMbkilMrlaga fu1 lengths fee 4 WH CalHrl4Ceenw 4 q ttha1L alt nthe shell fr IQ ilojia the faad thea another forging slightly ahead 1arvirtwas nearly a c4 l pointSaidgreater part of the way but time and r aPt aisallan0spurt brought the New Haves Bhell on evea terms ISIot until ute boats eatWedt1 final quarts ailfe stretchVdl the Oriawea look like a winder ti Harrard victories were the most decisive that vne marked the open i teg ciflteri aaaval rowteg fegatt wltH Yale 70r CriBJeoa frethinan eight eared cre r bet the yoHngsterii tram t New Raven by three iIIFzU1c the fto b L Raryard vArsity foar bettered thu p perfomaacala little latw by rowing f Yieib1ue aat eighth I al1 of a surprising race and finish Isg four ieegths in the leid Jif I wI RAILROADS GAIN A VICTORY r v- v rf C mieres CommIsIon QrantPermla- ffefitftr 0S Xdvancf Grain Rates East of Buffalo r 4Waill1J AanottncomoDt was r I t t w3e bythelateratateeeHiHieroe com tltwIlIotSU1tt 4 to beeoae eSectlve July 1 This Is tJ SSt5d as a victory for the rail SdLrtIIlesion was granted by the corn r MiJNi to railroads peraBgout of i on lour and 4 iI jfWJieK1IlOdactaoae seat a hu tl j 4reiipe Hd to etetsra destiaatlbas- VarH f fJ aarly a lamtk the cemmissloa- fca beeB everwhelmed with protests i 4 r atetthe proposed new cla8lBcat- leaL 1y aany shippers MOfiied to believe lttlt reIoIlM ftloftrelghtclasJ t sltcaUcatioa woaW result JIGIJaII j f ereedrates Tb subject was sea I 4dered carefully J y the coamtesloaI i a thorough aad eoaprekessie checkI j1 l r WteK pnHiri oa the witlre clawlfl infIV I fJ ebaiept whisk tweBtyHightarekre AwtloM and tklcry advaaces the lat zI tr iactetllng tyelve lacrosse in car ly wstgbJZto Namdy PrshlbltIeelsts fl V rJ Meridsa CoaLil li ORohe i V tbait o4Itb MachecaIrmano f t J If state et tral coeamltteei was t r JkiiHay1iDI11Bi aoIaated fot i tdi geyeraor at theiwMlea of the Problbl o i tte conyentloa rt t hear Bsrnd Iiot r t IBWuMiML Me iTwo fourrmasted t ehewierl the Heery U Peckham and t Y eag Broa aid two ice houses oWned l A verefJJ1 I I4SjSr f hJ1 r V 1WIf of VIePresdeit letter G c A aitieve1MdMra Ja1tea 8- t i r fooL 8kemai wile tf the vteeprealdent BLf fcMyital Wa ported Tuesday some Jij wbt ipieve4 ce her arrival and I Jr S th i b roa e was mot coMldered tritl t = fi IIt t i fdt t fF W HWt Ii Ne Fire 1T f redtrt f miaiA itHUitf wecth at Property lit rj 1 besi A Patersoftw S k ltJ1o 1kiiud ItJT Tco In OioIcro 1 liiea isetJ rtft 1 i JT r 11It ll fj 1j1 l 1 11 b i fI cfyo 4l s tr I tJ 1 r4 sIr 1 sJ i 1 1 a J t t 1tI + I f I t1oL J 1oJ 4 PI t rt 7J 4 A 0 iI 7i f H li4 I r rroK c dPitf 1 tkj r6rpTr j ir i n 4 UFOLLETTE SEES ROOSEVELT S SENATOR LEAVES COLONEL IN JUBILANT MOOD Declares Former President It Great est American Living and It FIghting Trim Oyster Bay Robert M La Follette United States senator from Wlscon sin spent two hours talking politics with Theodore Roosevelt Ho loft Oyster Bay wearing a broad smile Senator LaFoIletto arrived with G Roe a New York lawyer who was formerly his law partner Colonel Rooeovclta chauffeur was waiting for them and whisked them away to Sag amore Hill Tho senator had pulled his hat down over his eyes and tried to escape unsoon But be was caught fairly at it by a group of newspaper men They tackled him on suspicion although nobody recognized him for his hat hid his famous pompadour Not n word he said Tm going ti Sagamore Hill but I dont want a word saJdaboutlt- Wben he returned Just in time to atch a train for New York he was smiling his most expansive persuasive smile its all right boys he cried jovially The colonel says I may talk with you rel1l1edtoWe talked of the legislation of the present session ot congress from the attitude of those members of the Re publican party whom the newspapers re pleased to call insurgents Can IOU go into detollsr No I prefer that they come from please4withColonel Roosevelt very much pleased Indeed The senator paused for a moment Saddenly the mlle left his face for ImpressivelyIRoosevelt is the great living Amen can and he added slowly and sig nificantly he Is In fighting trim MANY DIE IN CLOUDBURST SweptbyMay Reach Forty Saylersvllle KycFlfteen people are known to be dead fifteen additional are reported as having died and tally forty are missing as tho result or a cloudburst in Magoffln Floyd nd Knott counties Ky late Tuesday Twelve bodies of the known dead have been secured by thi workmen In Saylersvllle and the towns affected by the terrible cloudburst When late reports came In from sections lying near SaYleravllle It was estimated by the people here that fully forty harebeea killed ia the floods aad that DTl3 are missing fT013 their homes Saylenvllle te the county seat of- Magelin ewoty wltlcrlsla eastern1 Kentucky There are ao railroads rujinlHKi toVthe townand little elsif lbai rmIQg IJIl thiseFloyd and Knott counties lie adjacent smalltriver and large creeks which were affected greatly by the downpour It has been raining In this section for- thedays and the rivers and streams were all full of water whenth down pour from the cloudburst broke over this section Instantly many houses In thIs section were carried from their foundations and were swept Into the streams 4ftfly of the people In these three counties are homeless Tim property l1100oewill gcibeen higher figures RAIL RATES ARE LOWERED Interstate Commerce Commission Takes Actlori in Gates Affect Ing the Entire Country WuhingtonReductiona in class and commodities on all shipments Pacificcoastwereinterstate commerce commission The commission decided that the cap lInt Invested la railroad property and betterments did not justify the ad pointID1lrkedbiiJienescheciu1t The decisions are In what are coastweautumn by the commission on Its six weeks trip to the Pacific coast and ialermountain territory and had bees under consideration ever since then Ineverr instance reductions U the- eXiatIBssates wore made Diver Finds Mans Body JohnMU1ra3adlverlocated posed to be John Pleln of Waupun in the hull of the steamer J a which edge3aturdayI1lghLTbebody between one of the boilers and wreck age and cannot be extricated until an other diver arrives It is located close to where the ships prison was situated Arizona Election September 12 Phoenix Ariz Governor Sloan Ie lIxlnastptembertloa of delegates to the convention which will frame a constitution for the new state of Arizona Rolls to Fly In America New YorkCharles BRollstheEnglish aviator who hew twice across the channel a few weeks ago has en tered both the international balloon contest and the International aviation contest Ship Carrying 119 It Overdue Bombay India There were no tidings Tuesday from the Austrian Lloyd tteamer Trieste w lcbwlth her thirtyfour passengers and crew of eightyfive is eight days overdue from Trieste Three ships are search tag the Arabian coast f Inventor of Hoopiklrt Dying agedeIthe hoopskirt Is dying at his home la Hobeksfi N J from general break 4ews 5I J1 liljN j jfu v LI1 zJ I Jtr i Ji tl r 0 SISTERS BASHFUL BEAU DOESNT CALL AS OFTEN SINCE THE HAMMOCK SEASON OPENED r W J flfltfltLtMMJW SENATOR JI W DANIEL DEAD OLDEST DEMOCRAT IN SENATE DIES AT LYNCHBURG Has Third Paralytic Stroke but Cause of Death Was Cerebral Hemorrhagea lovehburg Va John W Dan lal senior senator from Virginia died at the Lynchburg sanitarium Wednes day night his d ath being duo to a recurrence of paralysis The immedi ate cause of his death was cerebral hemorrhage This was Senator Daniels third paralytic stroke He suffered the first last fall while In Philadelphia and the second in Daytona Fla during the winter having gone to Florida to recuperate He had not been In Wash- Ington for several months Senator Daniel was sixtyseven years old With Senator Daniel were his wife and his son Edward M Daniel and whqsehusbandlaw partner Via death of Senator John Warwick Daniel removes the oldest oftllo Democratic senators In point of serv Ice Of the entire list he was the only one who could be said to belong to the old regime And as ho was the oldest In service he was one ot the most conspicuous In popular favor New Orleans Samuel Douglas Mc Enery United States senator from hfkome5 TUtf Bfcnalor sirlrec JtgreMon ny from Washington He was seventy three years old and derth was super induced by old age The senator is survived by his wife who was before marriage Miss Elizabeth Phillips of Monroe Pa his daughter Mrs Warren B Parker and his two sons Charles P McEnery and Dr Douglas W McEnery of Wash- Ington In all probability Gay Jared Y Sanders will bo chosen by the Louis lana legislature now in session as Senator McEnerys successor It is thought that the leading figures in state politics have figured upon the aged senators passing for some time but it was not anticipated exactly at this juncture DEMANDS MILLION DAMAGES Ida Von Clausstn Flies Suit Against Roosevelt and Others Charging Slander and Conspiracy New York Ida Von Claussen once the wile of Dr William Francis Honan whose coming to America to sue Theodore Roosevelt and other potables was announced from Paris a few weeks ago appeared In the county house Tuesday with a complaint which she insisted on filing In the county clerks office Her complaint charges Theodore Roosevelt Robert Bacon ambassador to France Charles Graves minister to Sweden and Mrs Alice Wright G Graves his wife with slander and conspiracy She declares that through the machinations of these distin guished persons she was deprived Ota royal marriage with Prince Eugene of Sweden as the bridegroom Whe 10r8shedemanda 51000000 damages Loses Eye Making Fireworks Bloomfield N JFrnnk Chris liar 30 years old tried to manu facture Jomemadeflreworksln a shed In tbe rear of his home here in an explosion which resulted both his eyes were blown out and be was oth erwise terribly burned He will die Dixie Population Grows WashlngtonTbalthe census of 1910 will show the southern states In cluding Missouri and Oklahoma to nave made a gain in population of 21 per cent since 1909 Is the estimate giyen out by the Southern Commercial congress Ndjncreaie on Burlington ChicagoA report that the Burling ton road is contemplating an Increase In the pay of Its unorganized employes was emphatically denied by President Miller Thursday Warship Hit by Lightning Norfolk Va During a severe dec Inc storm Tuesday night lightning struck the wireless mast on the battle ship Delaware the only American drcadnaught completely wrecking it and causing injuries to at least one member of her crew who was knocked down a hatchway Grandson of Deposed King Dead LondonThe Duke dAiencon grandson of King Louis Philippe who 1848died jj 1 I t t E Li TRIUMPH FOR AMERICANS German Campaign of Slander AgalnltII the Deutsche Vacuum Company Falls Berlin Tho long and venomous campaign waged by German newspa ert and rival industrial Interests one of the German branches of the Standard Oil companythe Deutsche Vacuum Oil companyhas just been brought to a vicorious end for tho Americans involved A wellknown Hamburg newspaper for months printed such a series of attacks on the American graft meth ods alleged to have been practised by the vacuum company in the con duct of Its German business that the public prosecutor of Hamburg felt constrained to make an official Investigation with a view to eventual in dictments Tho prosecutor has now concluded his investigation especially of tho work of E L Quarles Amen can manager of the German com panYs sales department and an nounces that no necessity exists far pursuing tho inquiry further No evidence of anything warranting prosecution was found against Mr Quarles and the costs of the entire In quiry will be borne by the state The result of the Investigation constitutes a notable triumph for Amer ican It GermanyIt Germans flndlnlf themselves unable to compet with Americans on ordinary terms have Presorted to sland- erROBSSENqEs t ON TRAIN Mr iltdQ Oregon Short Line In Ogden Utah Ogden Utah Three masked ban lilts held up the second section of Oregon Short Line train No 1 northbound which left Ogden at 130 n rn1 In the northern part of this city All of the passengers were robbed of their valuables and the ex press messenger was compelled to deliver the contents fthesnfe The exact amount the robbers obtained has not been ascertained Two passengers and two trainmen were Injured After the train had been robbed the bandits fired into the air to frighten the passengers got Into their buggy and drove qway Sheriff Wilson gath ered a small posse and started In pursuit PICTURE SHOW RUINS EYE Omaha Attorneys Frequent Attend ance at Nickel Theater Said to Have Affected Optic Omaha Neboverindulgence In moving picture shows may cost Attorney C W Britt of Omaha his eyesight He went to Clarkson hospital where an operation was performed on his right eye by Dr Harold Gffford Sunday Flickering of the moving pictures at tended almost nightly for two months by Mr Britt and members of his fam ily la said to have aggravated former eye trouble A growth under the lid of the right eye resulted Mr Britt was totally blind in the right eye before going to the hospital but hoped that the operation would restore the sight Curtis May Fly Across Lake Chicago Glenn H Curtlss fa mous aviator and inventor of aero planes whllelJn Chicago said he might be one of thu contestants for the Walter Darlington prim of 55000 for the first successful 4ight cros Lake Michigan Chicago during the aviation meet July 2 3 and 4 University Gets 500000 Burlington VtIt was announced Thursday that pledges amounting to 5400000 for the endowment fund of the University of Vermont necessary to secure the 5100000 offered by the Rockefeller fund managers have been securedForest Fires Burn Station Calumet Mich Forest fires Thurs day destroyed the Copper Range rail road station at Elm River Houghton county Fires are raging all through the upper peninsula Hyde Denied New Trial Kansas City MoDr BC Hyde ccnvlcted May 16 of poisoning Co Thomas H Swope the millionaire phil anthropist was Wednesday denied a new trial by Judge Ralph S Latshaw In the imlnalcourthere Congressman Booker It Robbed SL Joseph Mo Congressman Charles F Booker ol the Fourth Mis FOUr district was robbed here Tues day on board a train and he couldnt ftvun negotiate a ham sandwich at thf Union depo lunch counter JJ t t i tc f Jf aY j GARFIELD DEFINES HIS ATTITUDE EXPLAINS HIS POSITION bTi PROGRESSIVE REPUB LICANISMs POLITICAL LIBERTY IS AT STAKE Says Those Who Seek to Drive the Progressives Out of the Republican Pary Are Blind to the Conditions end Needs of the People plionslvo Republican Organization of Cleveland on July 11 Jams R Garfield former secrelaiy of tho interior and ward of Theodore Roosevelt wrote to the organization defining his atti tude on progressive Republicanism It Is most timely to consider what the progressive movement means and what action It calls for wrote Mr Garfield Those who seek to drive Republicanand needs of our people Such parti sans would save the word but kill the spirit After describing the revolutionary leaders as progressives Mr Garfield continued Today political liberty is theatened by great special interests who would control our political activities for their own benefit regard less of the common good There Is no halfway ground in the fight of today The special interests must be driven out of politics and kept out ROOSEVELT IS DEFEATED Cobb Direct Nomination Bill Put to Death In New York Leg- Islature Albany N Y Theodore Roosevelt Is to be asked to get back In the liar ness again His decisive defeat In both the senate and assembly by the Republican organization has created a situation which may force him to take an active part in the politics of both the state and tho nation The Cobb direct nomination bill known as the Roosevelt bill was put to death with 25 votes for It to 19 votes against 26 votes being ne cessary for 11 to have passed Col Roosvelta defeat was in no sense a repudiation of his leadership or an indication that his power is on the wane those who stood with him say WATTERSONS SON INSANE Waves Pistol Wildly and Mortally Wounds Hotel Proprletp at Su- gertiesNY f Saugertles Nl Y Ewlng Watte son eldeslson r tntr Wsttprso editor of the Louisville CourierJour nal who has been suffering from an affection of tho mind for several years became violently Insane and ehot and mortaly wounded Michael J Martin proprietor of the Market Street hotel The shooting was dono in the cafe of the hotel Watterson ran up the street waving his pistol wildly in the air and firing at every one who crossed his path He was pursued by friends of Mar tin several of whom had guns which they fired at Watterson none of the shots taking effect Watterspn was finally overtaken and captured bya lolk man THE MARKETS Louisville Tobacco Louisville The market was fairly Rood and Uanythlngasharestronger- Rejections were light Dark prices ranged from 550 to J1175 and burley trqm 750 to f1950 Total offerings Burley 37 dark 84 original inspections 87 reviews H- Cincinnati Miscellaneous ApplesNew 75ca156 Early Harvest 5450 brl transparents 5 brl Duoberrles 54 a bu PeachesGeor gin 125a175 a sixbasket crate Por tatoe Louisville 175a2 nome grown new 2a225 PeasNew 125 a bu RaspberriesBlack 325a350 a crate red 55a6 a crate- ClnclnaU Live Stock CatUCShlppersS25a725 extra 5735a7CO butcher steers extra 5C25a 675 good to choice 550a6 heifer extra J610 good to choice 525a6 oows extra 53550 good to cholsa 5450a525 canners 52a3 bulls bolo nan 5375a450 extra J460a475 fat bulls 5a550 Calves Extra 5850 fair to good 650a825 UogsSeIAct ed heavy shippers 5925a930 good to choice packers and butchers 5J25a 930 stags 625a725 common to choice heavy fat sows 5750a850 exs Ira 5860 pigs 110 lbs and lens 5915 a960 SheepExtra 54 good to choice 350a390 Lambs Extra 58 good to choice 650a785 common to fair 4aC25 yearlings 5375a525 Cincinnati Grain WheatNo2 red t05al0S No 3 red 90ca5104 CornNo2 white 67a 67 4c No 3 white 66a67c No4white 63a65 ic No 2 yellow 62aS3c No3 yellow 62a62e No4 yel low 60a61c NO2 mixed G2a62c No 2 mixed 61HaC2c yellow ear 66a68c mixed ear 64a66c white ear 64a6Cc Oats No 2 white 42a43c NoSwhite 41a42c standard whte 42a 42Hc No4 white 39a41c No 2 mixed 40a41c No 3 mixed 39a40 c Ba- rleyNo2 spring 72a74c No 3dlj170 No4 C4a65c No 3 spring 7pa72c Pre No 2 80a83c No3 73a78c NO465s 72c Malt Spring barlef 80a83c CroplndianapollsThe large packing company hero estimates the acreage of peas in this state as about 60 per cent of last years Bad weather has not only hurt the yield but has endangered the quality of the peas Latonlaf Results LntoalaKy The winners Lily Paz ton Scoville 23r10 Indian Gir fORm 12720 Carlton G ScovllleV 145 Emperor William Scoville 45 Aspirin Warren 71i Cloyn Peak 5320 i j4Cc L rh1 t1Af i FOR PERFECT WEDDIK f The Following Isa Rellabli Containing All the Tooth Sweets Imaginable The fruit abould be prepared i day before making the cake CreaV together one pound unsalted butter and one pound ofsugar Sift together pound of pastry flour and a tea- poonful each ot cloves cinnamon o difthe flour will be thoroughly dry Fur the fruit have ready four pounds rai sins seeded and quartered and dredged with flour three pounds of currants or their equivalent in dates figs or prunes soaked and slightly cooked then chopped a pound of citron shaved as fine as possible onehalf ound ground almonds and a half ound each candled lemon and orange peel shredded For the moistinure have measured out one confectioners molasses twothirds of a cup rich fruit syrup from preserved strawberries peaches plums or cher mica and the grated rind and juice of one lemon and one orange A halfgill of brandy may be added or not as preferred Having creamed the but ter and sugar add 12 unbeaten eggs one at a time using the hands to beat them In instead of a spoon When well blended add part of the liquid then part of the flour mixture When all have been used beat In a half teaspoonful soda dissolved in a little warm water and then mix in all the fruit excepting the citron When thoroughly blended put a haltInch layer of the batter in a pan that has been lined with several thicknesses of paper taking care that the paper comes well above the edge ot the tin Cover with a uniform layer of citron shavings then another layer of the batter and citron haying the last layer of the dough Cover closely and set away over night In the morn ing Sake five hours in a steady mod erate oven protecting the top of the cake with aorcooled ice with the white of dab egg beaten stiff with confectioners sugarSWhen this Is cooled and the decorative Icing may be applied TO FOLLOW SUNDAY DINNER Novel Dessert Certain to Please All Who Are Privileged to Partake of It For the foundation of a novel and palatable dessert take a freshly bakes 1cottagelwhichmoisten and used while warm As It must be prepared several hours be fore serving time it is especially adapted for a Sunday dinner dessert Open a quart can of blackberries pour into on agate saucepan and bring to the boiling point Move to back of range to keep warm until wanted Place squares of the warm cake or pudding In an earthenware pudding dish Cover with generous spoonfuls of the hot berries and juice packIngternate until thd dish is full plenty of toe irlIv as tho ekclnabsorbaquantlty of juice Coyer with a plate and place thereon a heavy weight a flatiron will answer When cool put In the refrigerator and at serving time It should be turned out ot the mold and sliced evenly Serve with thick rich cream A Now DessertrThis new dessert occurred to me one day when arranging to entertain guests at dinner To four tablespoonf lSot cupfulotundisturbed for aboutan hour I then added four tablespoonfuls of sugar and one and a halt cupfuls of boiling wa ter and cooked the mixture until the thispointfrom a jar of preserved ginger and a quarter of a cupful of ginger itself first cutting It Into small pieces Vhen nearly cold the result was poured Into sherbetglasses and before being served was piled high with whipped cream that bad previously been fla ThequanUtygiven Apple or Currant Jelly Sauce Whip a cupful of jelly until thin and smooth then add gradually two tablespoonf uls of melted buttOn the juice and grOterlOd of a lemon and if apple jelly is used half teaspoon ful of grated nutmeg put the bowl containing it Inside a sauce pan of boiling water Jeattoths boiling point stirring all the time Add a heating tablespoonful of powdered BUg and a glass of wine and beat well before serving If Ithas to stand a while coyer closely but let It remain in the hot water Stir occasion ally and heat before pouring put Lunch Meat Loaf Boll together a veal or pork shank and two pounds of lean veal adding enough water to make a cupl of stock by the time the meat is tender Take from the fire cut the meat fine set the stock aside to get cold enough to skim free of Cat and take out the shank Stir the meat into the liquor season with salt pepper and a dash of kitch bringtocut Into bits pour inte a mold and set aside until coldand firm 0Whentime for using ThevesseltFporouswIU keep the butter sollif daily If alittJe water Iyaround It In the dish whew v It and a damp cloth around the crock or Jay Muffin fir It lsagoocipIanl to have a pan of will bake six alleft can be round same cak7tI Wash Jifill jars I j avoid watcr tcor J 1f CT f1Xt j S fi lq iji f IL 2lr P t II r f SS II ip Ip s l l r rc g striLt ons ai I and parts o iv w made satisfactory progress la the di J rection of large yields Hot summer weather has stimulate ed retail distribution of seasonable 4 goods though demand Is still report W ed below earlier anticipation j Joblng trade for fall IB hTCiu artAbeing quiet as a whole but Jm the southwest while being checked the northwest iitSome cancellations of fall orders arc reported in the spring wheat v istates though In some cases these are reported no snore numerous than nor h J mal fMidyear influences have added to the rather quiet tone characterizing R 1 s iRathel i iron though at the expense of prices Finished lines seem to show more quiet some of which is undoil tedindue to midsummer Influences Textile Industry shows from 25 to 40 per cent of curtailment proce dlng and Jewelry coal mining and other lines are quiet r Production cf tin plate In June wa t1i 2 ot record proportion and mills are lie bind on shipments of tltec1barbli1 material Is quiet but the undertonec as to fall business has Improved dl Copper Is easier though business Jhas come out In a relatlvelyfalr way Apparently consumers have covered their immediate requirements and 6s that account quiet conditions aje Uc1patedat least until the appear nce of the next statement as to 1 1 stocksproducUonand deliveries j Business failures in the United tates for the week ending June 30u were 196 against 187 last weelt 213sr tIn tho like week of 1309 236 in 1905 iJ36 In 1907 and 134 fn 1803 i 7 r Bnslnees failures la Canad for the week number m as agalnsiVZG last f tflfweek and 22 In the correspflnofne week ot last year Wheat including flour exports from tthe United States and Canaila for the week ending Juno 30 aggregated 1531177 bush against 1705545 hush1aast week and 1310840 bush this 4i week last larFor the 62 weeks v ending Juno 30 exports are H30723pt r = jbush against 1 6767676 In the cor1 t 4 responding period last year f J a Com exports for the week are 114 f l 1 169 bush against 19SS7 bunt Iast t 0 week Jand7S lln 1909 Forihq4 2ii i tf weeks ndlng June 30 corn ep a are 279434S3bush against 291529111 bush last year 5 tReadjustment the Trade lqganij tt 4lYConflicting crop n1 andevereds esrln security priCes bve domirafI 1 Inated the sltua1onuunng the 1astr weekThe record tthekalt1e8t just ended Is summed1 up In the word ijreadjustment in tIe prices otcom4 Ifes modules and of securitieS mad btther rKVj last week of the half year the process in the latter has made rapid rbgrly 3 VflressWith the opening of the second halt fym- of the yar the future In iron had steel t remalnssomewhatobscure aJthougi Ja an appreciable change for the b ter t j with the advent of falji iis expected i j ig Recent curtailment of output by PiK 4 Iron furnaces failed to reduce accurakY lijt lated stocks but there are ncr signs of a more active demand forlIJ llnji1ff fri certain districts Sales at this city r j during June are placed in 1Jif some Instances of the record Ofuyifiprevious month this year prices suffered at the expense of or fs 1 dens Buying by the railroads is ae iheavy yet fairly good orders ateca v stantly received and canceltotlBBai fihave not appeared Business in stnior tural shapes and In plates Js not brisk I y although sufficient to provide mills r with work at a fairly satisfactory rate f Retailers report a more seasonable fjlrj trade in wash fabricsand white v iand there laa better tone manifestei ij In ordering for early spring delivery In lines of finer cottons arid certaintI- nesl of dress ginghams JSoutherap Colorado cottons are ia moderate dei nand for export to mlscellaneou3 jports and shipments toFurop are 1L Urge enough to attract JiHn oniJlti if China trade Is dulL Curtailment ot gs production in nearly all textile Hoes Is the noteworthy feature attention j4p having been directed to Its Increasing volume in consequence of the desl to close a week or Od SlSdUrlg 1 eIholiday period Inaadltlonto the lack 04em the Inability of mills to continue pro rt auction profitably because fh t jtYf costs of raw materials and lower prices for goods presents a very un J usual situation f The boot and shoe trade cbBtlnues slow and featureless New England 7 manufacturers anticipate some revival this month and that Jobbers through llrout the country Will again operate freely about the middle of July Thei leather trod Is du qnit prIcew l especial w i 1 tr l jf f Z = i fi 1 c h The Guide Pushed His Mule Forward at a Fast Walk t JrTU U4nII1r 1 fA J1IG1 e sYNOP SIS Ji J Thoma ArdmGre IInd nl Maino JGrlswold stumblellPGn Intrilfl when tho 11 lrQvernors ot NGrth and Soutb CAIOUna 4 ari taMo quarrelPd GrlsWGld shlrnPtlC with arlmra Osborne c f J 27 aughur Ot the governGr of So ut CQ rotin hlleArdmore pouln tbe ClIl1le 1IJrry UAncerftld dauehterof the pvemOf t Narth CaroUnlLThese two f to 9tlRC lad1esare trylnlt tn nil tho aho s j lot ft1Jerswhlle the latteraremIU B tl1itat aal1 In aturmGllover- one AJllllewetcht an outlaw iwlth lI llnftuenceUnaware ftacboth tr 1fUGnbothGrlsGll1and ArdmGe t t tuJnake t1Jtother rosecute A 0 WtItrbtArdmore rpnIEIII a big hunt rIflrekalaotakesthneldFrank Col 1 r Atlaata reportfr laarrested byrdJq tlutrel t btCOmeprrsaagent f i r 7au rell lexP t1Gn H CH PT R XIIContinued o =11 oJ z Jt fp01Jl a guest p r r1lt190khigrC1alad1 t1L ieQ 1Bl1kel storrCoI f i rt i1eIUejleatl JIlat down and tIt Y h st cUrQs Wlt- h 11lat Jbe noblegnU f l Iul yas sted t f1itWlijl 1UemCk ry r helP o l 1m I ldng1ror a la y It r n 1wlth er Jm i U ll wlnJdeaDd brothert te t4fxrt d lU ave 1 j J rJty stollme here 0 7 L I1e d II II see itqiAi1 1 1kald Cooke lead JO ngala JerandL I was JIgh gl laJm ttJ ere alOf1c ooDlll shldln t a tl pllL e tOC 0 i tleJnPse nter IhI t t e co eredWI lWl meY 1J w re bul g with d tbhJ1gs Ardm reoi tFI i 1 8 cJcor al th r et n a ecl th mo elt 0 the c i eIt WUa e olen rLh tluceaadArllmoJea ap er i ebac1tofhtsheail 011 t t c t il1lr tUt Pl d b hi7 Ir if to t1a t electolcomrort t t iJ i 1o1Eetltor aolfleBtl lu h ktuel1beroar put J010 1 t i t i1Ir W1i and van e4io l iPMi hl w Illi Ut r IMNklc l 8l t f s1rt 111A rdB1ore starlB i h Hl1la rfdlsg tj fII 1UjJlee- r crtth af t1a 41Od lIrmkeri L lthJ ed e1rlOner th and tJ1e obl s J l t tth OwerfJfspe 1y 11 1 J trI N ed l s i M4 tIHMI1 e4 Utemlno o oi Ar1I re Nt there h 1f i 8Ia It i 01d been 1 t I4Ii el1e cIbeeD 1 at lI n etkerlnlaw reJoi tt etfklB1Ilt wasJndtibl1 rTlo i x uIb ofDellgiler J f 11IB UI llf as 1J f r reM flt LI1 f f Jk C1rt r r t I J Ls tr I f J r t i 1 1I N tI XiIrt f Ij tf r T Zr + ir v 1l 7 i 1rho tt1 jt 04I y I VHf J1t f 4J l tJpIof J jv 1 TI 1 f j iol J t 101 Ii r 1 1 l IJ ft= rS t1j J3 fJ jfJj i a r t r Joo 1 f J r t jif i a t tt tI Jtrj lJ Jtizltri 1J ic I1t 0 J 11tO J1j r tI i1 t 1f I tA i tr5 t Jf 1i j rri f i lf j pV vt J t j J i iJ Fi1 t f c1 f 71 r 4Jit i i Yt li oe t JI 1 d v 1 tt i I tAr jJ I07t c o J 4 t i f r1 rT tr1f t1 t Jr 1 1 s 0f ci It tJ f 6s r r Johnstons American Politics with an air of greatest seriousness Cooke he said half to himself as- ho turned the pages do you remember Just what tho constitution says about dukes Oh yes here we are Now Mr Duke of Ballywlnkle listen to what It says here in Section 9 of the Constitution of the United States Vhich reads exactly as follows in this book Wo title of nobility shall granted by the United States And nq person holding any office of profit or trust under them shan without the consent of the congress accept of any present emolument office or tltle of any kind whatever frqm any klnrt prin or forelgnsfa 1 n lt lIan cJD Section 10 that No oate shaUgrunt any title of nobility Now Mn Dally Winkle It Is perfectly clear that this government cant recognize anything befoolillhCarolina cant make a duke U cant see one You are therefore wholly sacredlawail and painful though it Istbme It is noyertheless my dutr to order Y ut leave the United States xrace neyer to return IntactIf ever appear in the United States again I hereby order that you be adOneofpany you to New York tomorrpw see to it that you take passage on a steamer bund for a British port The crime of havinginsulted a woman will still hang over you until you are well jeast of Sandy Hook and I advise you not to risk being tried on that charge In North Carolina as my people are jVery impulsive and emotlqnai and lurinlmyr official caboose some distance from here and your personal effects wiU bo brought from Ardsley where jou have said 10u are a guest ofMr Thomas Ardmore who Is officially un knqwh to me The supreme court will now adjourn pbewllrJeredduke from the bungalow verandaC9UI followed this road to cacross- Ircad where It became a bridlepath oil runs off Into the forest There ll lost all trace of the lady put hero Is her rjdlngcrop Cooke tAke your prisoner to the caboose and Collins come with me commanded A and a moment later he and the reporter rode off furiously In search of Jerry Danger fleld i CHAPTER XI r rMice Dangcrfleld Takes a Prltoner A dozen men carrying rifles across rronlJHab 7m followed Immediately behind ZS on borseback Their plansh1dI rett1l11 Urange betorethe7- t rendezvous and s ve for t jal brief inteixbonge be V ecutlng attorney representatveIre it maYbe said tt r who had await l f Ihanopportunlty nge themselves J weights Near 1 ty had some t eT had nstablesIge q i f Sout r tt t4 rod f3 o e jj I 1 Ii tcrf k rrf j f 1 1i tI lt1 Ioa t1 it the caboose Proto Grtswold and nit 4 cavalcade set out for Mount Nobo church When the master of Ardsley was revenging himself upon the duke of Ballywlnkle his dearest friend against whom he had closed the door of his hoise was losing no time In setting forth upon a mission whleh If successful would seriously Interfere with all Mr Ardmores hopes and plansThe guide of the expedition pushed maklinging of sharp turns where a horse be ing less wise than a mule tobogganedt madly before finding a casionally a low hanging limb switched the associate professor sharply across the race but his temper continued se reno where the trail was darkest and steepest and he round himself Ignor ing Habershams occasional polite questions about the university In his effort to summon up In memory cer tain ways of Barbara Osborne which baffled him Check up caint you snarled the man on the mule laying hold of Gris wolds rein and thus halted Griswold found that they had been circling round a curiously symmetrical thick ly wooded hill and had finally come to a clearing whence they were able to gaze tar oft toward the north Wo arc almost out of bounds said Habersham pointing Over there somewhere across the hills lies North Carolina I am as thoroughly lost as you can possibly be but these men know where they are How tar is It DlUyhe addressed the silent guide to Mount Nebo About tour mile and I reckon wed better let out a lettle now or theyll slug the doxology before we git thar Whafa that light away off there rasked Habersham J The guide paused to examine and the taint glow far down the Talc seemed to perplex him He spoke to one or two other natives and they viewed the light rumlnatlvcly as U their way Thet must be on Ardmorea land said the leader finally It shoots out all sorts o ways round hyeh and I reckon thets wheh Raccoon creek cuts throughJvery likely said Haber sham Ive seen the plat of what Ardmore owns on this side the border at the courthouse and I remember that theres a long strip in Mlngo county that is Ardsley land Ardmore has houses Ot one kind and another scattered all over the estate and those lights maybe from one of them You know the place dont you Yes rye visited there admitted Griswold But wed better give It a wide berth The whole estate is sim ply Infested with scarlet fever Theyre quarantined I guess thats a Joke said Haber sham Theres a big party on them Inow and I have seen some of the guests In Turners within a day or two Within how many days demand d Grlswold his beart lnklngatthe thought that Ardmoro bad lied to him o keep him aWayhom ArdsleY1 from Ardmores Th ol k really hurt him now Come on called Hjabersham Waif the company rpde ahead to gain the farther side of the utchithe remainderincluding Grlswold and Habersham soon dismounted and tied their horses out of sight of the coun try road which they had latterly been roUowlng We are jn plenty of time said Habersham looking at his watch The rest of the boys are closing In from the other side and they will b- eIreadtror Applewelght when he fin devotions Were been study Ing the old mans habits and he has a particular place where heUes his utiand chose it no doubt because in case of a surprise he would have plenty of room for maneuvering Two met aiv going to ay for him seize and gag him and carry him into the wood back of the church and then were off across the state Haa to lock him InjaU at Kfldl1Q andglve GOT Dang rfteld the shock of his life It sounds simple enough but it wont be loni bsiore Appleweighls friends miss him You must reaasta berth t they are a shrewd lot Weve got to take our chancel Jit8 hope areushfewd iul Uer are replied Habersham moved softly through thfl twoodand presently the taint sound eft singing reached them Old Rabdick has finished bis seP mOIl and well know the worsthir few minutes One of the party had already dr ached himself and crept forward to Vrard thechuch to meet hla appointed comrade In the enterprise who was to come In from the other side Tlclapboard church presented in the mponllght the austerest outlines i and as the men waited a rude though unseen hand was slamming the wood en shutters that protected the windows from Impious violence We could dp with less moon mut tered Habersham as be and Griswold peered through the trees into the churchyard There goes Bill Applowelght nbwi Whispered one of the natives at hla lb wand Griswold felt his heart taUIand moving swiftly toward the tear tthe building At therront ot the cburqh vol ssoundedas the de parting worshipers rode or drove slow ly away dden11ITheyve got him Theyve nailed htm SeeTheretrheyre yanking TheyvoIGriswold saw nothing but a momen tary confusion of shadows then per fect alienee hung over the woods be hind the little church The congre ll1grldlngawayvoice called out in the road 100 yards beyond the church sHeii there Wheres Dill Oh hes gone long ago another doorrly away TO BE CONTINUED I Nwfc t y tit V i ff 1Jr WvtiY ioU ROUND ABOUT THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY Hoc + tTEACHERS INSTITUTES of Counties ant Places for Meeting Frankfort KyThe State Superln tcndent of Public Instruction has giv en out the list of teachers institutes to be held in the state during the sum mer Adalr Auyist 1 Columbia J II Alex ander W J CralB Bowline Green Al len July I Scottvillr G Chapman LawrenccburgJBullnnlAiisust 2 WCkllnV C W iiHlnftOAugust 29 OwltxgHVlllo K C McDougle Hlchmond IJellJuly MWdldsboro M DoonPJulyUurllnlltol 23 llourbon August IS Paris Mpo Win frvy JllJillesboro odJul Si eat InUonDoYlcAugUtrider Itlchmond llracken August 15 DreathlttJulyter BrecklnrldKe July llimllnxburp l1u1llttSptember iilIorgantownCaliUvell August S Princeton C W Richard Princeton Calloway July 25 lJurrar J C Willis Lexlngton Carllsla August Uinlwell J T C Noe Lex tngton Carroll August 2 Carrollton ill B Bubank Lexington Carter August a Graypon K CMcDaligle Richmond Ca JexIngtonA Sharon Illchmond Clark August eldAvisMcDollltleItJchmond CumberlandAugustUhnpman Paris FredMutcblerMinneapolis CChSandy Hook E C McDougle Rich nioml Bstlll August 29 Beattyvllle JA Sharon Richmond CNoLexingtonFloyd 1TourcountyR M Shipp Winchester Gl3ntAuJust MaYI1tldTKust I itchtlcld TTJ Coates Klch tricountyGreenuman Paris Hancock August 22 Hawcsvitle E P Kelley Richmond Jlardln July 25 Bllz BowlingHrecrt CyntblanaFGwlIDSderson J T C Noo Lexington Henry MaylIt1dJIopklnAuusltton Jefferson August 22 Louisville Jamc4 JessamlnOctdberlOChester Johnson August 8 Polntavlll J A Sharon Richmond v VlnfreyIllddlesborobounllle T J Coatcji lUtUmunu t AiSharonileoAugust2Richmond Leslie July 25 Hyden Co D Lewis Bereo iLeteher July s Vhltes burg J T C Noe Lexington Levrli ChnpmQnParlsLlncolnJulyll Stanford LlvlngstonAuFrUst 15 3ml t bland T J Coates Richmoml lLShippRlchmonMTSCCXteU Balyersvllle J T C Not Lexington ManllallAugust DyingtGnWIrelQndPrincetonMcLeanJulyBowling Green Meade August S Bran r GreenMfnleAultUtShlpp Winchester Metcalfe August 29 lJowUngGreenVJllo R M Shlpp Winchester MontKom ery August 15 Mt Sterling J R Ster p tt Lebanon Morgan July 25 Wejt Liberty lA Sharon JUe1tmond Kelson August 1 Bartstown X S NlcholasJulySCarlisle MutchlerLagrange J T C Noe Lexington Owen PayneIUcbmGndC D Lewis Berea BWUl1amBAugusta I ard J ToCNoe Lexington Pike July B1NttonLoulsaPnwellJuly Winchester PutaiOcI July Somerset Eo C McDouirle Richmond SEuoonkMt Vernon C D Lewis Berea Rowan rJuly 11 Morehredf no Instructor Rus sell August Jamestown A J Kinna man Bowling Green iScottBee Jessamine fonrcountr Shel rEubtnkLexlngtG CraigBowllngGreenTaylor July I CnmpbellsvHIe J C Willis Lexlncton ToddAujrust 15t Elk Inn A J Klnnnman Bowling Green TrlggJuly 4 Cadiz n M Shlpp Tvln Chester Unlon rAugust 52 Union t wnno In structor Worren August Bowling Green TV 3i Coiteji Richmond Wnshln trm July SnrlnlffleldWl leJUchmondhurg TJ Coate Richmond Wolfe July 25 Campton R M Ship Wln hiw ter Woodford See Jessamine tourcounty IN FULL SWING Proctor Knott Chautauqua Has Fine Opening at Lebanon Lebanon KyTbe Proctor Knott ChautauQua opened The old govorn or pave this home to the association some time ago and It Is the proudest time In the sunset of his life to feel that the Chautauqua is a success Oov Knott was on the street the other day in his Invalid chair the first time for many months with the weight of eightysix years hanging heavily upon him Lexington I ySte JhenDWmlll deputy revenue collector of the Sev Bnth district under Colfector Sam J Koherts jformer educator and news paper man died at St Josephs hos pltal of a complication of diseases shlef of which was Brlghts disease preadpulsville Ky James HI Polsgrove tucky1 at the closing session of Its first CampbelldIeccd sec etary t t fr e 11 f rfy j tI I i11 iJ8114U f f i 7 JUDGE BREATHITTS OPINION Decides Act Increasing Salary of Statt Librarian Unconstitutional Frankfort Ky Under an opinion from the attorney general the 1nI creased salary provided for the state librarian and the assistant state mine Inspectors will not bo allowed by the auditor and test suits on agreed state f facts will bo filed to determine the constitutionality of the laws granting the Increase Judge Dreathllt holds as he did in the case involving the right of the circuit judges to an increase that the Hilary of an officer can not be changed during his term of office The opinion Involves only Frank K vanaugh state librarian and the mine Inspectors who were appointed prior to the new act becoming effec live The test case will reach the Septemberterm NEW CROP WHISKY Millions of Gallons Produced In Frank fort District of Kentucky I Frankfort The season for making whisky In this district closed with n total ot 81727 barrels or 3C21443 Italians being made by the 11 distil lerles In and near Frankfort The new season will not open until October and during tho summer there will bo many improvements made at all of the plants A warehouse that will hoM 30000 barrels Is being built now at the Old Taylor plant and dis tlllcriea throughout the district will generally increase their capacity dur- Ing the vacation TWO SOLDIERS DIE Owenton KyA G Gross and W H Wllhoite two Confederate soldiers and two of the most highly respected and oldest citizens of the county havo passed away Mr Gross was 73 years of age an earnest laborious Christian man and served in the same company In the Civil War with Mr AVIlhoite He leaves one daughter four brothers and tour sistersMr Wllhoite was 72 years of ago and served the four years of the war was married in 1S65 to Miss Elisa Williams who survives him The Commonwealth I Winchester Circuit Judge Denton npiwinted LeoS Baldwin as circuit clerk to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Jonas Bush Baldwin has served a term as county clerk and for some years was chairman ot the Democratic county committee Lexington The Central Kentucky Millers association met hero and elected D T MaUock of Winchester president WT Kennedy of Carlisle vlco president and nM Rennlck of Parfs secretarj treasurer A movc showiCovrsgton Mayor Craig appointed George Seller at the meeting of the board of aldermen to he city auditor of Coylngton to take the place of Wit Ham S Gould The present auditor has held that position for the past six years His successor was formerly as slstant postmaster of Covlngton Tho position pays 1800 a year Lonlsvllle In a fit of jealous raRe James C Bird a building contractor ct this place shot and almost Instant ly killed his wIre Mrs James C Bird As a climax he Inflicted a wound in his throat with a knife that resulted In his death abut Sd minutes later The trasedy was enacted fn the beau llfui home of James C DiM Thirty sixth street Frankfort KyCertain soft drinks wili not be permitted to be sold lia local option territory in Kentucky nndfcr the soft drink license Stat Auditor Frank P James sent out no tices to all of his revenue agents to put a ban on such drinks In local op tlon territory by collecting a liquor license from any person selling sort drinks containlngalcollnl Lexington Ky An automobile that was stolen in Louisville from the pri vate gnrago of Adger Stewart turned up at the farm of T J Brown four miles from Lexington Brown said that three boys none of them over SO came to his plrcc In tbattheyweicohlnf the automobile He declined to burf it and they asked permission to ieaye It at the farm Lexington News reached here ot the arrestor a man giving the name of Thaddeus E York fdr trying to defraud the State Dank of Chicago out ot 15000 by means of an alleged fraudulent certificate of deposit by tho First National bank of this cityt Ttle man used a 20QIO eQ ce tlflcate in San Francisco to open an account and drew 5325 against It fflclals of the Firsty National bank believe that York is the same man an rested at Klamath Falls Ore In April Nlcholasvllle James B Stears ed itor of the Jessamine News president of the Eighth District Publishers league has appointed as members of the executive committee P Hi Pickles of the Richmond Register J B Pax tonot the Lawrcnceburg News and 4 Q Sowers of the Valley VloW Ar gent Palntsville KyFour more bode have been recovered from the Licking river making 10 thus far The amount of damage done by the flood has been roughly estimated at 200000 Llvo tock crops and buildings were wash ed away SaJyersville A cloudburst nt the head of IJcking river swept away 21 dwellings Three bodies of the Gay hart family have been recovered Frankfort Ky After his examining trial on the charge of passing cmmter felt money and being held tq thfc Fed eral grand jury Jacob Brill said to bo one of the most note VounXerfelt ers in America having served terms In five Federal penitentiaries sawed hie way out of the local jail With the aid of two sheetah drop ped into the arms ot a conu lentc taller Lucas cave the alarm In liana t llre ent a llvery liJj I t wJfOp1 j 1I 4 j C fr fl IY o I f Deafand Dumband Blind t By PAUL CALVIN ANDERSON Coprlght ISIC by AssGclated Literary PrelL J 4 When the tide Is out at Palm Beach hundreds of hotel guests walk- up and down tho hard wet sands Others speed up and down In their au tos Others still sit on hired chairs and gaze out seaward and Imagine they can hear the songs of mermaids On a certain day in the present twentieth century Philip Glllett was among those who walked He was a young man at the beach with his mother and sister and his occupation when at homo In New York was pre paring himself for architecture He did thai mostly by looking atone or two skyscrapers a day from the out side and spending f500 per week al lowed by his father It was his fa thcr who had insisted that the young man take up architecture There never had been an architect In the Glllett family and he wanted one He had a manor house and ho wanted a hennery built and he wanted to point to It after It was finished and say A Glllett did that On this particular day Philip Gillett had toothache and he set out to walk It off IDs sister had told him to hold a wad of cotton saturated with peppermint essence In his mouth and to keep his mouth shut Ho thought a good deal of bis sister and ho was obeying her- Toothache affects a person pecu liarly particularly a man It gives him what Is known nsa grouch He wants to stand on the beach and see a dentist drown In the sea He isnt to blame but everybody else Is And what made young Mr Glllett crosser still was the fact that be had to chew cotton and keep his mouth shut It was not dignified It was taking un due advantage ota fellow Among those who motored that day were Miss Edna Blair and Miss Kitty Waldrqn girt chums They were In Resorted to Mora Peppermint Miss Klttys auto and she waa run ning it herself After getting out of the crowd and heading up the shore they saw a younsr man halt a mile ahead orthem h was scumng along on the hard packandwasln their path Thb honk honk was sounded but he paid no attention He wanted to be run over and have that aching tooth smashed out The autmoblle passed him within hlmseIrheIgave a pep permlntEoakcd wad of cotton He then had to produce more cotton and more peppermint for his aching toot Mr Gilletts walk had extended two miles when he sat down on a hum mock and resorted to pore pepper mint His sister was It began to have a soothing effect t He began to feel glad th the was alive and away from the snow heaps of New York city Just then He caught sight of the auto returning As It drew near he saw that Miss Edna Blair was passably good looking and that Miss Kitty Waldron was more so The auto was aiming to pass htm within a few feet but that was all right He reasoned that the girls desired a near er view of the young man whom they had so frightened and he was right about It They didnt seem toseehim of course but tljat was false pretense And after that tate stepped In The auto was exactly opposite Philip to an inch and exactly six feet and one inch and a half away when a front tire exploded lthabang Two young l rlesscreamedtThe auto ran wlld the sadThe young man was blown qyer on his back by the concussion and swal Biddys Home Not Discovered Until Two pf Her Chlcka Dropped to the Ground A hen of the Houdon species was found on the farm of Henry Bailey brooding nine peeps In a nest between the forks of an old cherry tree where they were patched out says a Dallas town N correspondent The hen Is Uie property of George Smith woo now resides at Seven Valleys to which place he moved on the first of April When he left the hen was1 among the mUslngr and he asked Mr Bailey his soninlaw who took charge p the farm to watch for her Al search was made but he was unable to find her hiding place until the other day Where an old ladder was inclined against the trunk of an old cherry tree Mn Bailey noticed two chicks several days old at tho base and running about peeping While wondering where4 they came from he was sur 1 lowed his wad of cotton for the sec ond time In an hour He would have been less than hu C man If ho hadnt arisen with a face as red as paint and cross all the way through Ho grabbed for his hat and c might have gone running over the sand dunes had not a sweet and plain tftive voice reached his ears 7 Oh sir please do help usl W have bursted a tire I t Yes ho would help As a gentle fman he must do so but be made up his mind to do no more That la he wouldnt speak a word to those girls They had ted him on cotton BO to i speak and he would have his revenge He advanced and raised his hat Thea the inspected the tire 1 hope you were not lift by ole ot fcf the flying pieces said Miss Kitty in 1 ber most Ingratiating manner 1f No reply Will we have to walk back to the gof hotel t t No answer You seo we have a spare ilK here No answer Mr Gillett owned an auto WmBe1 In fact his mother and stater wer jdown tho beach Inltat that very moment He knew all about tires t He took the Jack from its place aact without motioning the girls to de scend he went at it and had the tire 4 replaced Inside of 12 minuses H I t might have done It in ten except for overhearing such observations as iSay Edna he must be deaf Yes deaf as an old tfa pai1 JAnd he hasnt spoken a word ntl jyou think hes also dumb hHo looks if V j1f Poor young man Its Just awfuir him Hes got considerable style about 7i j Oh I dont know Wasnt It fuir t ny to see him go over on hla back J f If bis hat hadnt blown off hed ham 1 swallowed it Hush you bad girl Ill tell you II what he is Hes d professor in some Il l dear and dumb school And he OWBB an auto too See how handy he jjai en I wish we hadnt frightened him t 4 If we had scared him worse h d might have got his voide and hearing back Think what It would be to mar it t ry a deaf and dumb man Are yow going to thank him Irti Not In words but Ill Just lookr fmy thanks As ilr Glllett finished and stood J back and raised bis bat tie thankK t i were duly looked and the autoi r t l whizzed along He followed at a slew pace The toothache was all gone r A rbut he had been humiliated He5 ha4 Ijrl1 1 ak tgaroo he hod bpen blows lat o i t1his back behaalleel1madeJ waP f Jii low wads of cotton ha had almost V It 1 l 1slsterroto the hotel and that tils mother laid r her maternal hand on hte locksanlti Ji said b Philip I hope you wont go Into a 1 tdecline as your1 grandfather lId att ftfthis yery place There la tate andthere is revenge ttFate had come revenge bad to wait tiera day or two Then tho slater came i running to Philip fL Ob Phil she exclaimed Ive jmet Just the nlcectfgirl you ever saw t Shea stopping at the RoyaL 1ye IB ylted her to take a spin in the aa I to and you are to be chauffeur f want you to meet her tlAs the aching tooth had gone oat dC business and U e world Iqoked rosy again Philip consented though c tlrely to please the sister They filf fered on the girl fluestioa It was only when they had rolle around to the hotel and picked up their passenger that Mr Pfllllp Gl lett would have swallowed a wbol roll of cotton batting bad It bee handy She wa the girl of theotber auto the girl who bad looked heir thanks Miss Kitty Waldroa Mr Gillett tried to Wj tHlHg antf Miss Waldron did liiewlse taad tfce sister sat there and wondere if HetK of them had toothache Aid wk they got back at last and Mr Qlllett 1 assisted Miss Waldron up the stef of the veranda she turned tq htato say Sir have you any expianatlpns to niuke I have and will call this vemlBjr to make them The explanations must tiave Drovea satisfactory as an auto ride becaas a thlng bf dally pccurreKco thereafSr er and the season had not yet closed when Miss Gillett put her arai around her brothers neck and rnBTr mured Oh Phil Im so glad so gladi D just hoped you two would take each other and nowypn have Hens Nest Found jin prised to see the hen fly from the fork of the tree and come to the relief pf her offspring Further investigation revealed the nest in the tree together With seven more peeps and an ua hatched egg which proved to be rpt ten The chicks on the ground had fallea from the nest which had beefl formed by a lot of brush and old leavm de posited there by the elements durlfiir the fall and winter months Mra Hea dan and her happy family hav bee provided with better quarters aad are doing welU Just as Easy t Nervous Lady on her first oceaa voyage And captain what tfce world would youi do If your creif s O deiily mutinied The Captain smlllngiy Sl piy c write a help wanted male ad i hand1 it to the wlrolsss operator WJ iy kl 1- f i1 3 T ArOWIHGSVItEE OUTLOOK Ps f PUBLISHED WEEKLYda r OWINGSVILLE I YI I r4Entered according to Act of at the Ovvingsville 1 f Ky Postoflice as secondclass matter neI1i TUB OUTLOOKS subscription 4 i rates are as follows ic One year One Dollar V iti CentsThreeq No commissions allowed any I body on subscriptions t It Subscribers desiring a change t of address should give previous address when writing Correspondents should always S get items to u not later c than Monday if possible when I out of stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper I News matter of general inter est is welcomed bring it to us c without delay if you wish it in 3 ertedwI a r Lkor discontinuance of ad should jus the week previous to 1 publication day Z Address all communications to I JOHN W HONAKER Owingsvillc i J t LKyr 47 h t 4THURSDAY JULY 7 1910 0 v ANNOUNCEMENTSpt Weire authorized to announce f I 1 Will J Fields of Carter county as a candidate for Congress in th toe Ninth district of Kentucky I subject to the action of the Dem f Y I o4fl atic partyn= AIc 4 c Archimedes Dickerson as a can 4 il didate for Circuit Court Clerk of Bath County subject to the ac partyvta i 1 I iI t TEDDY and Bill met and hug gcd Now the man who saidJ they would be at daggers points J has another guess r4 f k CONGRESSMAN BENNETT will get the Rpublican CongresslOnal nomination without opposition r I Robert Buckler and 0 F Byron having withdrawn fJ1i jo AFTERthat effusively affection e ate Tweeting last week between f Rooeveltand Taft at Beverly I + t lass 1i eR= 4 UatorLodgewentpurposely toseIf 1 t Insllrg tsto off 750 ft points but of 1000 f RoosEvELTfirst political ac r tion since his return was an effort to havethe New York legislature enact the direct primaries The legislature responded by de n eating the bill 80 to 63 But he T will not let a little thingjikethat 1 A set hiitt back MELVILLE W FULLER Chief f 1 Justice of the U S Supremia j C rtJohnW Damel ginia andS McEneryof Lou fJisian the two latter USSen tif and all three DemOcratsR 1of 3 JJ hayeanswered the 4 were all great Uectuallyat WHEN he was at Montreal Can ada oh his return from Europe Bryan said Much depends oLwhether he shoula be again l protq any i t Democrat a chance to becomet President and it ought to be plain I t L thIteeanti elected 4 t ANOfltER pugilistic idof fell vwhen Jack Johnson of color fjt whtppedJimJeffrie9o white inthe fifteenth round at Reno f Nevada July 4 The prizefight t c er that goes mtQthe ring once ytj I too often never fails to get whip I ped John L Sullivan was thought to be invincible and S 0 tt f was JefTriess 1 r ft l CORRESPONDENCE I 4kl 1 Stp 8 tI Farmers art tiIlm the weeds r WheMthar1g is now in H Sn crops are very 1 Jnr Jf t I MissEmma D Hamilton has c i ltrned fjoni a visit to relatives ff OvringsVille- Thbsj t lJ Satterfield has been verlt1o t4I threatened with ver I fJItCdIJhn C Trimble had a fine t ti gteerlcilled bylightning f i Harvesting cjover hay will be t imiext wbek crop is thet ItlnYMr8t 2 The olhbuse here will un rpo dero plrsth1Sweek esJ1 J z k I t 14 Kiaickandwife i Ql tgIVfi ti k c f 1 Laih and the world laugl i- sbi4 v withtyOu- I Jdtweeps too Jt iw has felt it f orrowsdart4 P 1 id the heMrt ofthe world thio1 3 1 f4 trueYt f t frRofByrd went Saturday to t friends at Lexington +1 J- iJ rir tQt1 11 J J 4ItjI rt 1biy 1 4 t J ri1 l2t r1 1 t Ao ii iJ lJ t- Ie h L l rvp l g fiJli rf5iJj iIfi c r jdfp 01 14j t t a iOt i c tJ y iia l If 1UJ 140 sfftj mJ 1t Vr J 1 e 1orr frlt J1 1t t 4 0 pfDf O d usaIDr Franklin g of Carlisle were here Tues y and Wc lllcsdayIMiss Alta Chandler of OIingsville spent last week as the guest of Miss Mary ll Jones Mrs Morton Crump iion and little Miss Almine Johnson of ar Sherburne visited Mrs IiR Darnell Wednesday Albert Jones cut the little fil ger of his right hand almost o while sharpening a hoehSlato Valley Naylors rhIcrit r t th itefa jJriver Tuesday to try his luck fish inc but had little success OYourtel from Kansas the weatheru cleared up arid they have orked their crops out and hay a good prospect for fine crops We had a good gentle rain 01 Tuesday morning Dee Rudder has about recovered from his illness plentiful helpisIt is very hot weather The F dourthhow Mrs Sam Conyers has been sick but is better now Mrs John Lowrey and baby of ear Owingsville and Mrs Jas PricklyAshRudder Tuesday OymoiaMBurns o Morehead were called to the bedside of the latters mother MrsIOlive Williamson MrS Clemmie Wells attended OlympianSplinw Miss Nabmi Clark has returned home from Winchester Russell Northcutt and wife of Pine Groveare visiting his sister M f tROcsenear Owingsville eloped to 1mr- IQJPaL Friday were 1Mrsturned from a visit to NewportS Everybody we creamsupperhJ benefit of the Christian Church All are cordjallyinvited MssesRuth Penix and Efli Wells visited Mrs D Ginter at Preston last week I Mrs ClelL Coyle and children J hohnMiss Lizzie Swarts was the uest of Mrs Clark toesd layUpper Prickly Ash Mrs D ii tgainStone Mrs R L Stone is on sick list WW Clark wife and daugh ter Mrs Ashley Bristow of Flat Creek spent Sunday with R L Stone and wife Miss Dollie L Warner visited Mrs Ashley Bristow on FlatCreek last weekJ John Horseman and wife visit Saturdayj r ielativesand Sunday Almanza Stpner wife and e Lilliart Caseu ofRoes Run visits ed Mrs Elizabeth Stone and son John one day last week Delayed daqghterRuthguests of Willie Hamilton and wife Sunday Miss Emma D Hamilton re iingvisit with relatives here H A Lyter accompanied her home Mrs James Everman and her motherinlaw Mrs Evermanvis ited relatives in Lexington last week Mrs Minnie Peters of Bethel t and Mrs Pearl Brother of Ow ingsville spent Sunday with D C Shrout wife I ES Hamilton wife and little daughter were guests of BlStone arid wife Sunday Coburn Hamilton Misses Em ma D Hamilton and Dollie L Hamilton visited J J Coyle and family last week WrriiJHedrickand son John of near M Sterling visited rela tives here Saturday and Sunday Mrs George of Re dRusseltShroutl I r Jili iii f I I crr 1 i s ICroOks nle and little son of Paris are relatives hereIvi insitednight and Sunday SundayfOlWill Ross and family were in Mt Sterling Saturday fiinchesterere Next Saturday night and Sun day are Elder Adams regular appointments to preach at Blcvins Valley Church TugJonesbeen sick for some time James Crockett of Mt Ster1 Img visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mrs Lizzie Shultz visited in tiwingsvilleW D Cassity and wife visited their son at Farmers several days the past week D S Nixon bought a mare of vWill Ross for 150 Bud Holland and Son of Clark- countyare visiting relatives herc D S Nixon sold to J L VIC Saturday 14 lambs at GJc carIloadCincinnati Wednesday John L Vice shipped a double eck carload of lambs to the Eastern markets Saturday Stopstone Mrs J H Myers spent from Thursday until Saturday with her sister John Carmichael in Mt Sterling last week the latter is very sickiTom Tones who went to Ohio few months ago returned home onday Mrs James Treadway of Mt Sterling visited friends here the past weck- Mrs J M Steele was called to the bedside of her daughter Mrs G C Johnson ut Lee City last WednesdayThomas Turley and wife a 1oWinchester visited S P Steele and wife last weeknUncle John Karrick is no bet en of his illnes The rains Sunday night and Monday did much damage to farm rthr1orninyycars litSterlingSundny Elder Wesley Blevins of Olym aJdfamilyfilled his appointment at Salt Wed SundayBfamily visited in Mt Sterling last week Mrs Claude Wilson and two children of Ford visited friends ere jast weekbSMildredSterlinglast t Miss Lena Alexander spent from Saturday till Monday with Miss Mary Ethel Ginter at Pres on Misses Florence and Ella St 1tton of Me Sterling visited Miss Clara Staton near Salt Well last week H S Bittinger and wife of Mt Sterling were here Sunday familyleftMrs Mary Thomas at Farmers Miss Jennie May Donaldson of Mt Sterling visited friends her5 last week Miss Dallas Carmichael is vi- ting L her brother John Carmichv inMt Sterling Chas Mack rtnt ton Charles of andSunday wifeIMrs Ben Igo and family of Mt Sterling are visiting friends and relatives heretMrs Lucy Williams was feed ing her hogs the other day and Miss Eliza Maxeys dog bit her through the handwhich is caus ng her severe pain WT Pelfrey visited in Carter county Saturday and Sunday Miss Winnie Alexander is very sick L B Wilson and wife of Odes sa visited friends here from Satr urday until Monday Miss Mary Lyle who is at her aunt Mrs C B Reids had an abscess to come on her face last week She was taken to a phy sician in Mt Sterling and had itlanced Several more abscesses came the same way and have ttimcondition now Salt Lick dsonville dheldJast year Aug 1819 and 20 r ii i Jj c Iq The wife of Wm Cook who underwent a serious operation on last Sunday is improving nicely Drs Robbins Pierce and Evans performed the operation for tu or ou beislyHenry Flood of Moreheadwas here Monday IThe Gardner brothers of West are having fine ThElginwas here Tuesday Clyde Colliver of Winchester was here Tuesday tauBurbnidgcville was here MondayseJudge Kimbrell sent Howard Anderson of Mt Sterling thirteen pounds of nice rock perch M ondayGT puroinves in Lexington Clell Maze who has been sick for some time is no better a dandt T OhpMarried Miss Iva Maze and crt Goldy at the home of the ebrides parents near the Ore Mines last Saturday Rev Sherwood officiating 5VWm Maze and wife of Farm ers visited here Wednesday t dendedS jjSamon business this week Chas F Dicken sold a cow to L E Carter of Moores Ferry f or35Ma dropsy Frank Williams of Yale s a liityOur citizens retret to hear last week of the sudden death of our friend and flour salesman James Thompsonof Mt Sterling L 0 Cox is putting a new coa tm a tndice inside work whichadds very greatly to the appearance of th c ehurchMrs Laura Hfghley and Mrs Jala Kimbrell visited their par ThursdayqurpoPuldr c laialA large coneotirge of friend arid relatives of Farmers and this place attended the funeral an- uriatof U Capt Sun Crain Satur ay July 2 I Mrs Lillian Northcutt of Lexington visited her parents Mr and Mrs WH Dooly at Mid land last week r Jurgam Fried accompanied byMoses vtisitinghisJ D Young of Mt Sterling was here Monday GQwnSubscribe for THE OUTLOOK if you want the best county paper in reach of tIe news t10otownfish in the last 10 days and 60 fine frogs caught near Moores F fClydeH 0 Tames attended t he dedication of the I 0 0 F Hall at Owingsville Saturday iTrsJeff Highley visited her daughter at Levee Bourbon Co SaturdayU30Alud Lick here Burial at lower Salt Liqk Sunday at 11 oclock He was aged 63 years He leaves ap wife and four sons Ashby Oscan arid Graf ptoThe following from this place attended the opening ball at tli Olympian nightI IEvcrMiss Helen Hendrickson MissetLucile Christine a exander D V LajRnrew wife Bert Sewell and wife RobertJ Young and Miss MYrtle Dooley NorthcuttJ 4 son and son Rex C W Wright Dr A N Laird A Foster MmCKnoX Lindsey Green Miss Myers Morton Shrout Mrs G L p Cook Miss Woswick and sister homeratful good time merry and happ as larks CAPT SIM CRAINS DEATH 7 Capt SimeoriCrain who had been a constant sufferer for six years OJLickby Rev G J Reagan July at20clockpmtheburial take pg place in Dickerson grave I L t 1 ill t ffi M a ya V GOcLagrewSherman G Kimbrell Dr A M Lairdry John Kautz Gco J Kautz Deceased was a son of I evvis an in bornFlemingng the youngest of thirteen ldren He was married to Margaret Stone daughter of Milton Stone of Bald Eagle Bath Co Feb 21 1867 Their eldest daughter agoThebecame a member of the M E church at the age of 15 years He entered the Federal army in the Civil war and rose to be cap t of a company in the Seventh Cavalry Metcalfes rving throughout the war We extend our heartfelt sym pa thy to the bereaved ones stoodwin mderent of a crat of fine ripe pincapi pies Thet were shipped by ex f press Mbnday June 27i arid re sylaureir profit to order from Fort F ieiercepineapple section of Florida C a p Oressand the fruit can be put on the arket within three or four days om picking X CAMPING PAwrYA p EartyMrs Ford left Tues ay to pitch their tents at lies ill on Licking river for an out g The following compose the arty Ford Patterson and wife Misses Mary and Ollie Woodof Mt Sterling Miss Cohenof Lexington Emily Lacy May Shrout ouise Cudgel of this town essrs Henry T Hopkins Bourbon county hex Cornelison LeslieterlingJohnson Young Had in Lacy Charles Brother Edgar Denton Ruby Kincaid Holman Rice SEE THE AnRowAsu ready eans of notifying subscribers hat their subscriptions need re wing we make an arrow mark OUTLcredit now like we Usd to the authorities not per mittingit uxrrtfA cloudburst tthe head of Magoffincountylast cingsnddrowneiijnany people fA OPTCDSCBOOLBOOKSTl ie imerlcunCo were adopted for use inthe C School for i s PuingCounty Text Book Commission yhich was in session greater WednesdayJune Thirtytwo text books were adopted ranging in price from thirtysever cents to 120 The adopted Were chosen by the unanimous vote of the five members of the commission About 150 different texts were submitted by the following firms innCo D C Heath Co 3rownWorld Book Co and Henry Holt i Co The TextBook Commission fol toNrCassityenstein Superintendent of Public Instruction who informed him that the local commission should formulate a fouryears course endcourse I The texts adopted by the commission will be used this fall inw the Owin viUe High School which has a contract with the coun four jerthglichoolare the text booladopjeththe priceat company will furnish the textsj to purchaserat the stores Srid the price the Iiirtfi through the local dealers for oldOr used a Drstthe exchange price Wentworths Advanced Arith etic 100 SOc Milnes Standard Algebra 75c 60cWells Plane and Solid Geome try94c47c Lockwood Emersons Rhet ne 80c 60c- Mathews American Litera ture75c60c I Longs English Literature a L08 81c r Gateway and Eclectic English c s inriceCollars Daniels First Year Latin 80c GO- cHarkness and Forbes Cassar IrCccFriezes Virgil 93c 75c MaurySimonds Physical Ge graphy 90c 72c Coursein at Bergens Botany S104 78cfOvertons Applied Physiology t jr sl a q 1l or t4 fZ ft 48c t Montgomerys English vDOc 67- cMyres General History OOc Harts American History lL 90cBoyntons Civics 80c 60c GermanReaderJoynes Wess elhoefts GerCiman Grammar 86c 43c FraserSquair French Grammar 86c 43c FrenchJ5cWebsters Academic Dictiona ry 112 90c Modern Illustrative Bookkeep ing 63c 51c consideredHon theheadhe had decided to follow his in ructions The members of the commis on are Leonard Cassity chair BFCount Zeppelins passenger air hip blaid encountered a Orm and was wrecked last week nding in the treetops of Teiito urgian forest none of thirtythree inmates was injured 1Bring your job work to THE UThOOK office GOMMISSIONBR1S kbEm BATH CIRCUIT COURT liza Page etc Plaintiffs versus Notice of Sale George H Parker etc DeftBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale rendered in the Bath termfthe undersigned Master Commis sioner will on the 11th day orfd paypublic auction to thehighest der on a credit of six bkit the Courthouse door in the town of Owingsville Ky the proper judstmenttowit ofland lying in Bath County Ky on the waters of Licking river and bounded and described as follows Beginning at a stone in Ulealine of the Rose Iron Company at filedhtlreinalcornertoSnedegar cornithsamethence r w s to 3i corner to sarne thenceJM toys Barbers N 71 W 1878poles to5- rCdbHdlinces341 Oa W 951 poles thence N double mulberry and hickory thence 15 322 W 2103 poles to 8a stake thence S 11J E 2645 poles to 9 corner i to Page thence with ages line fy 80 E 763 poles to to stake thence S 685 EZ36 walnuttreethenceS thence S 80 E 539 poles to 13a locust thence S 22J E 6 06 poleg p t bolest thencea stake in the center of a branch thence a 22J W 1239 poles to 18 a stake thence S i W 630 poles to 19 a stake thence S cpornerthence with the line cf the said Rose Runlr Co S 45 E 3357 poles to 21 a beech tree thence S 685 E 3109 poles to the be ginning and containing 5085 acres The said tract of land will be beividedpairing its value propertyillwith approved security for the p ymentof the purchase money ofajudgmaccordingtQlawBi comply with these terms A lien will be retained on the land sold till all thepurchase money is paid s i underignedW DpGGETT M C BC C Ji J Atty for plaintiffs MARBLE AND GR VNITE Monuments Tombstones and Markers have an uptodnte stock and pricOsightmarJVpecialtyg A C MARKL oal eov B1 asl ALurmsll i t d TTI 11 4 2 ff 7 50 i y S Y2 i f f1 ic J Ij J 01 1r 1 i x I t 4 I tp A Ecj deLIrcuit 1910in tit V VY- undersignea Master UUmni er will sell at public outcry w the highest bidder at the Court ho Co ijuntyp m on MONDAY JULY 11th 1910 it being County Court day thdgment s A tract of Jand lying in Bath co lo 4wsTaylor Cramon the east by the t land of Jarnes Roe Gray pn the Jnorth by the Jand of Jariiea Stet 41phens on the west by the lands of James StevensjA containing 25 acres more Pr less and isthe same land conveyed to James Ri ley Gray by his father William Gray Said sale will be mado to satisfy the debt interest and costs of j andH1 s tfwhichgate the sUm of 860 47 Said par eloflandwill be sold as a Whole it cannot be divided without Wj injuring its value acreditprice The purchaser will bere v quired to execute a sale bond undersignedbearing 6 per cent interestper annum from day paid having the force and effect of a judgment for the debt in plaintiffsTa roceeds of sale exceed the rgregatoamount of the deBtSrJn terest afed costs of the plaiittj1TlI and T S Shrout the Sloner wIll take a bond wth good surety for such extesapayabje i ft to the Riley Gray bearing 6 per cent M test per annum from date ittCTr paid The purchase c WiWrerhal llenoathepropertyqntil itoii a p aida t j r D w DOGGETT MCBCC l Qllie Bright and C W Gopdpts 1 ter Attorneys FOISALLA nice boo3 ainflc Lelotmtow ofS alt lCItKyith t5 large rooms situated in the J heart of the town rieartheChriSr tian Church4Will sell worth the money nehalf dewn balance ion 2yearsf time Known as the Dick Johnson rty For par CKimbrella Jjofiod iotl issf i y NowisthetimeofyertoIjdour r R41i44 kbernecks a preventive it not only keeps hem healthy but makeff 8 ay Erlc 5Ocnocure i iwp y Guaranteed by S DTHOliPSON Co Qwinysville Ky V Try it under the guaaiitee Ask for booklet ori diseaseelo f poultryf J 44 7 a LIGHT YOUR i H0MVj1 WITH TIlE lH ri ti