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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ijlIs t t 7 4 r tl t j iOI I g r t 11 4r 4 1 t r pi 1 I C1M J X 4 i j il t 4 jit f r t tUtflgt11llC i fufLcok i t 1 1 I 2 VOL XXXII OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY T2i fa TO NO h j I L i k i Come and see Slessers ladies v4v A v i nobby suits h 14tf Old papers for sale at TilE i iiil t OUTLOOK office r coucfljJ Mound City paints wear longest andlook best T M PERRY Co Come and see Slessers mens I and boys overcoats andsuits iC P 14tf 1Bring your poultry e gs and Hart Coyle and get the Jr1st cash price Pt nxingnextSunday my bar 4 WIJ llt lOp vilIbe open each Sun 4 i t day R D JOHNSON go Complete line of heaters dis played for your inspection at E L A T BYRONS v jg r Corsets gloves of all kinds kid cotton and silkat Mrs D I s S stills 14tf 1 7 nobbyladies14tf j Come and see Slessers beauti i ful line of ladies and mens shoes1 f Buy your bearskin coats foi J tov4 s I am selling strictly for cash a f 4 n profitsM school ArJ t house 1416 I k t Just received a carload cf J American fence and Mitchell cwagons at EL Ab o 13tf V 1 Shingles for sale by Grang City Mills Grange City Ky anu t l iL L Jones Harpers school JoI p house 1820j- o Since the 1910 Burley tobacco I pool was declared off the buyers 0kpurchasing crops Bleached and brown j 1i ble8clied andbrowncotton IndiaJ 4 nQrivl teVAjciC si1ksin pMjd r Jrtt 1l td 0 Jt C t 4 Get ape it our hue of riSOIl n onsmon andwood t AllslZCsand ood val I 1fL uivvE L A T BYRON j l3tf T S Shrout sold two mules to J B Wills for 350 a horse to ftWm Pant for 165 a horse to I Bascom for 115 bought a gray marefor200li re 4 liable line of heaters on the mar tket for sale by4 EL A T BYRON 13tf a We want your turkeys and will commence buying next week for rIhnlqgivingvve will also pay cash or eggs poultry S 1f I HART COYLE i have 80 new buggies half of li them rubbertiridthatl am anx tp iiou8 to dispose of before winter k Prices reduced on each 10 to 15 f Mrl6 TS SHROUT h r it 1tNOTICEAll having claims a avt inst the estate jof Jacob C J Warner deceased will pleaser s J ie preeent them properly proved tome 16lt I JONAS R WARNER Admra JIfA i IyfA1trsTOKNOVTS Shrout r o havei tV bought a buggy of him He has 0 rl i souvenir for each of them I f andftji 0r or r name Z i HARDWARE EicBig stocl rf hsrdvavc harness cook aid r luheAtinpr st s tinware enamel jwttre nuenSware silverWare V f 1 awi blankets implements L J nd wagons Prices right ELA T BYRON A ltfcfl jf FJ f t SMALL PROFITS FOR GASH With MMU profit and large vol r r 1 gae I can saye youonanaver tt age t4n per cent each year on 1 j your grocery bill Try me under the new cash systems 4tfAt RCLYDE BYRON s f1ii LRJEADr j have oid out to R Clyde Byron r iTh t imjrlstBWBtin thGROCERY bus t t in aa a prompt settlement r J 1 of your account is uestI 2 in ord r to wind the old busi aAcI iMMtplMMe call and settle at once t Thanking you for all past favors FuoMroNIJii rtJ I bought out my partner 11 J f JudThomp8bn Come in nd f l settle account and try pIe I tr ertbenewcasisystemJ us Zf as a of i f operating force and reduction of tI r ta I xpectto make itto your I i MiftoSN nd your pashwiti i11 lnONlIL i t 11UIft1ttl r t t 9JII f tj 4 = 1 i ii1 =ilj i t t t t 11 t 1 + 7 t tS I a iit1 rIc I 4 r 1sticrer 9 I d 4 VI 1 iJ iS t PERSONAL Judge J M Lassing of New port was aYeOJVTl an Estill went to Cincinnati TMrs Harry SundayI Bruce King of Mrs H J Daily last week Mrs Jennie McAlister of Me daughterMrs Mrs Alice Perry of Mt Ster ling came last Thursday to visit her daughter Mrs Ford Patter sonJohn Boyd and daughter Miss Flora after a visit to relatives left Saturday to visit in Ohio and Illinois on their return home to Caney KansasIRev E E Holmes of Perry ville joined his wife on a visit to her parents J W Hutcheson and wife last week and both return ed home Saturday Mrs Kittie Lyons and daugh ter Miss Willie of Surgoinsville Tenn after a visit to the formers i aunt Miss Des Ewing re SaturdayIoitXI There wer1ight Trosts Sunday i morning and Monday morning Dr G W Conner has a pear tree that had about fifty blosso on it last weekiLathram Clark bought 36 ex port cattle at 3c and 5 at 5c of Joshua EwingSThe summer temperature was succeeded by a cool snap Friday siwillNov 5 to collect your taxes SETH BOTTS SB C suoayn rsV Lindsey Stalls tobacco brnJ with near Nicholasville was fiiirned last week The loss of j If impart tvT e by insur lii StuUUs eFfiv iCHthia 0LY BEST INSURANCE Call on Cad ngram near Olympia KyILfor insurance in the Hurst Home We insure tobacco baled hayI cribbed corn and and live stock The safest and cheapest insur ante on earth 1619 CROWDED AGAIN Again this we are compelled by the arge space taken up by a second financial statement of Bath county to condense news and correspondence It will notlikelv happen soon again DIED IN SHARPSBURG Evans Sharp aged 14 years son of Robert and Lillian Evans Sharp died Sharpsburg about 9 p m Sat urday The funeral was held Monday afternoon He had been an invalid for several years THE 1909 POOLED TOBACCO The 1909 pooled tobacco went so low at the auction sales in Lexington Wednesday of last week that the sales were abandoned The Society has arranged to sell on the breaks in Louisville Cin cinnati and Lexington RESIDENCE8oLDJoseph My ers has bought for 1500 the residence property of Miss Ruth on street Leslie Flood and family willcontinue occupy it March 1 1911 when Mr Myers will move to it from near WyomingS BARNESHART Miss Eliza beth Hart who was attending the high school here and Hoyt Barnes of Prestonelopedtol- rontonO hoMOndaY night to get marrje The bride is a bright and handsome young lady daugh ter of Peter Hart and wife of the Fprge armMr Barnes is a son of Press Barnes and wife and is a popular young man COONHUNTING PARTY Mr and Mrs J B Hampton of near Preston entertained a large par ty of guests with a coon hunt and camp supper Saturday night The were Mr and Mrs Robert Crooks Jr Mr and Mrs E H Goodpaster Mr and Mrs Carroll Hamilton and the latters lady guests to the number of six or more of Ohio Leslie Shrout Ford Patterson E H Brother A N Crooks John W Hughes Royse Allen o Millersburg Glenn Perry Joshua Owings Joshua Ewing Holman A big in the woods load aketlieI the company after a round with the dogs a coon that was treed but slipped to the ground and vent into a hole in a ledge- N a rf i jJ G ot n7jLL J On the first of 1911 1 wJH retire from the retail busi ness my stock sold of ing have made on every in my store line i1 i1J 1 t I I i t eiL = Miss Elizabeth C Woodford and Wm W Cott of Cleveland Ohio were Mrs J Carroll Hamilton onFlat Creek The wedding was an elegant affair The bride is a sister of Mrs Hamilton and a daughter of H M Woodford and wife CORRESPONDENCE Slato Valley Butler Toy and James Snede gar sold their tobacco to Trumbo Snedegar for two thousand dol lars cash Chris Garner andClar ence Horseman sold their tobacco to L Vice at llic Sev eral others sold but prices have not been Ed Hen derson nee Elva Coyle of Har rodsburg is visiting her parents Mr andMrs A K Coyle Moores Mrs Caudill of Cogs well spent one night last week with her brother G E Myers and wlfeJ C Atchison went to Morehead MondayThom Snedegar and of Grange City spent Sunday with David Jones and family Mrs Jones and three children them Alfrey of Cogswell spent Saturday night with his uncle G B Myers Miss Ida Baty returned to hei- home at Colfax Sunday after e tendays visit with her cousin Miss Etta Kissick Grange City Aaron Cooper is out again af ter a spell of typhoid feverTtR Ratliff was in Cincinnati this week Mrs Maria Eden was the guestof Mrs Lizzie Walton near Flemingsburg last week Miss Sudie Watson returned home last week after a to her sister Mrs Jesse Ev ansat Mt Sterling W M Gregory and wife of Hillsboro and Mrs Alpheus Vice and daugh terMay of Okla were guests oi L G Rigdon and wife Sunday tBurgess Kissick wife and son Osborne left Friday to visit rela tives at OMrs- J H Colliver visited her brother Luther Rawlingsnear Forge Hill Saturday and SundaytMrs G W Mills and Mrs A W Jones pf were the guests of the lattersmother Mrs New ton Johnson Wednesday Miss Agnes Snedegar qf Flemings u 7LLrrfV The Dentort Mercantile Co is the PLACE WHERE YOU CAN BUY the whole FALL AND WINTER SUPPLY at the same store If you want or ladies suits over coats and readymade skirts for 83 84 86 88 810 we have them We are prepared as never before to take care of our large business this fall in CapsCarpetsand everything sold in a store If you will come to our store this fall and buy the whole winters supply we will save you from 5 to 10STHE DENTON MERCANTILE CO HILLSBORO KY NOTED FOR CLOSING tOUT SALE January and entire must be regardless cost Sweep Deductions been article con istingof a large o- fCLOTHING9 HATS AND SHOES CARPETS MArTINGS RUGS beginSATURDAY 3 httf tl Ebfg LCill Bath County Ky CoTTWooDFORD Thursdayqctober John learnedMrs FerrvIhena family accompanied homeSydney severalweeks Williamsburg Owingsville Jyqoq Mens BARGAINS TIi A1TOTRADE AT GILLONS Moiis Youths and Boys Suits Overcoats Gum Boots and Shoes Overalls Sweater Coats Gloves Dress and Work Shirts Leggings Overgaiters finest line of Neckwear ever offer WhypayPAYwhen you can save half their profit by trading at GILLONS inthe Pocket- Owinguville Ky h burg is the guest of her grand mother Mrs Emily Bradley this weekRichard Thompson and wife of Flemingsburg were the guests of their daughter Mrs Forrest Willeroy Friday and Sat urday Stoops Wheat has come up and is look ing wellA large amount of tobacco was stripped last week veryIfailure and the oldtimer is down hearted By the use of crutches Lee Young is able to walk about the houseThomas Roberson ReyLat ScWill Hamilton wife and daughter Opal of near Owings ville visited relatives here last week From the amount of noise heard somebody must be breaking the game lawJ H Gillaspie was in Lexington last weekJ- R is on the sick list The death of Mrs T J North cutt of Judy is deeply regretted by her many friends hereJ H Gillaspie bought of C R Scott a colt by Bourbon Chief for 750 A box supper at Fassetts schoolhouse Saturday night netted 50 daughEvisit Mrs Conns father W M Kissick at Little RockGeorge Foley has returned from his vis it to IlIinoisA box supper and a social will be given by the Chui4Iwent Saturday to visit the fami of TH Coons of BourbonIly Captt Henry L Jones of Knoxville can is hereA protracted meeting willbegin at Flat Creek on Wednesday night Nov 9While tearing down the old Bourne house on the Stoops farm many old and inter esting papers were found among them being a speech of Richard H Menefee Kentuckys gifted orator delivered in the House of Representatives Jan 8 1838 in reference to the Presidents mes sage in regard to the attack on the Caroline OlymPIa Misses Cordie Thompson and Nannie Clark of the Morehead school are visiting home folks Mrs N T Clark and mother are visiting relatives at Winchester this week Charlie Penix and Jude Yarber went to Middletown Ohio last week W B Swarts and wife returned to their home in West Virginia Monday after a visit of three weeks to his fath er George SwartsMr Denton visitingherMisses Clell McGlosson and Vella Cannon visited relatives in Mt Sterling last week Stepstone Earl and Allie Connerof Olark county are visiting Jimmie and Chester Conrier Arthur Dallas and Stanley Turley of Clark Co are visiting relatives hereL B spentSundaywill be an icecream supper at the home of Mrs Callie Ragan Sat urday night Oct 29 Everybody is invited to comeMiss Flor enc Perry of Morehead is vis iting her sister Mrs Wick Terry and family Walter Quisenberry and son Donald sold two young IWENEMIN1HANIs J BUGGY ROBESF AND HORSE BLANKETS direct from the factory 5A is the best horse blanket mad n1d2J c fits the best wears the longest I am selling robes and blankets at the right prices Call and sea how good and how cheap Owingsyille Kentucky THE RACKET STflREI1 ae a Everything for Everybody ONE PRICE TO ALL On account of rapidly failingeyesight which makes it incoriven ient to conduct a merchandise business I will close put my entire stock of goods AT COST PRICES until the entire stock is disposed of Owing to limited space we jwill not give a complete list of reduced prices but following are at few of same Thin white suitings 23c per yard now 15c thin whte suitings 15c per yard now lOc thin white suitings 12c per yar I how 9cj thin white suitings lOc per yard now 7Jc India linon 15cnorclOc India linon 12Jc now 9c India linon lOc now 7c India lu en 1i f now Gc Hamburg to be sold below cost price Calico 6c per j aidv now 5c apron gingham 7c per yard row 5C All kinds of r s6simaterial at greatly reduced prices Shoes for men women children at half price An immense line of queensware and frran ite ware to be sold at unequalled prices Small hardware inFr ntivariety at half price Fancy globe lamps at half price A large linear jnewBest 5cschool tablets now 4c All kinds of soaps a Xlx i jke tJBear in mind that this sale continues until thentIjoc iPo v Jiand that the earliest buyersget the best lifE wcaish price paid for eggs iii R MAXEYOwingsJKy r Jter11VJSV1S1tt ic rtr nBurlayspent 1 flwt1ay lst vlMrsHarveSFrank Brown wVa in Cincinnati last weekJas michael yfc ited his cousin ts rCarmichael in PariS last vvciCrMrs Wick Terry centimes bout the same of her ill f Ed Wilson spent from Iiiua till Sunday with friends in Pike county Upper Pi ickiy Ash Mrs Lou Rice of Salt Lick spent several days lastweek with her sister Mrs Ben P Shrout Mrs Tom Barnes Owingsville visited D C Shrdut and wife one day last weekH A Lyter wife and Mrs Fannie Haniiton visited E S Hamilton and yife cmRofs Run last Thursday Mrs Ham ilton will spend a few weekswitl- ithcmGeorge Foley df Spring field was the guest of Misses Amanda and Lucy Clark Sunday Russell Shrout arid wife vjsited ReynoldsvillSundayMrs of Stepstone were guests of the formers sister Mrs Sallie Har per several days last week Mrs F FTackett and Mrs Kate Gillori visited James WiJson and family on White Oak week Alfred Carter and son Millard were on Peeled Oak Saturday Thomas H Carr and Miss Anna Rushford were married tthe home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Rushford of Grassy Lick at 5 p m Oct v 19 They left immediately tfor the home of the bridegrooms parents Mr and Mrs To J Carr near Mt Ster ling where a delightful supper awaited them and their near rel atives They came Thursday to visit the grooms aunt Mrs Elizabeth Stone and other relatives here and on Roes Run return ing home Saturday They are fine people and they have the best wishes of their relatives here for their future happiness and prosperity Odessa The pie supper to have been given at the upper schoolhouse Friday night was abandoned on account of rain Will try again later on Mrs Ellis Williams sotdthirtysix turkeys to Hart Coyle at 13c a pound They av Qraged a little over a dollar per headT L Jones sold a weanling heifer toAT Jones f r15- J L Markland sold a mareand mule colt in Mt Sterling Mon day for 220 Woodson B Gud gell is very low with no hope of his recovery Dallas Gudgell and family visited their parents here Saturday night and Sunday Frank Jones trouble is poorly again with L1i 4 t 1 l eerOOkr i11lt 34 I 1 j r l i17w f eih f w s sonmLathramij r carbids elcattle 5F i Wed nWBWIy Mis Wis visitingrelativ llingHiram Hay oigii county visited l1 LP Mr Torn CrouchSti TJirwasia bIJfOlll Saturday JMrs hi1d1enr of Stepston are visitingherp- rents Geo M Mrs Ckirlc ShMltei visited relatties in Mt Sterling Saturday and Sunday ElderAdarnaCcloB ed a succewful meeting here last week There were four bajptiaed and fivereclalmedJEl Wil hoit moved here last week We welcome Bro Wilhoit and family to our midst v ROBERTNIXON having started anew BLACKSMITH 0 and WAGON andjeuG GY REPAIR SHOP on the corn 1 r er of Water and Suddith tapQi1 solicits a share bfyour patrpnajjei k Prices reasonable hors sbKjinf r SOc Experiericed workmen em ployed 1619 I f WUlTandSHADBTB EverythingfoJOt r i chard Lawn and garden SWrite for free Catalogue 3iTO acasiTrSi If F HILLENMEYER SONS Lexington Ky SCHOOL TAX DUE The txin Owingsville Grad Jed School district is now due and fIcome andpayas the school needs Kv the money C 4SMARBLE AND GRINITE Ia Monuments Tombstones v I and MarkersS pfi1 I have an uptodate stock and fl am in a position to make prices I right Barre granite and the jrT celebrated silvergrey marble a buying t hirJ f u tt t fri J t 0 0 J If irrMOB FREES SLAYER MURDERER AWAITING EXFCU 4TION 18 LIBERATED BY MOUNTAINEERS WORK DONE VERY QUIETLY r Bhsrlffs POSM Start In Search if J Prisoner Who Is Taken From Jailt jillily Friends Bloodshed Feared It t la Recaptured t Livingston VaJohn Moore who 11 Was In the Nelson county jail here o trader sentence of death for tho mur h dir of Frank Howl was liberated by I bin mountaineer friends Friday and i escaped to the mountains 4 Themobnumbering75 fully armed l l saen from the mountain section of tho country where the murder was com mitted proceeded quietly through the town to the county Jail Tho doors I i were rushed and the guards facing r pistols made ho resistance The 0 cell where Moore was locked up soon was found and he was taken out Precautions had been taken by the 1 t crowd to prevent an alarm being I 4pread and almost aa quietly as they Lad entered the town the men loft It i1U1d started back to the mountains It was some hours after the rescue 74 that the news spread and then deputy sheriffs started for the mountains to S l 4 rearreat the murderer It is feared t hat bloodshed will follow any at c tempt of the authorities to recapture Moore f p4 Moore was condemned to pay theb jlIIeath penalty by electrocution at u OB November 25 he having 6 feeetf convicted of murdering Frank jHowl In Nelson county last May 1 litany of the mountaineer friends ot Ute condemned man believed him In I T nocent of the crime- S At the October term Mrs Roye I Howl widow of the murdered man v ladlcted aa an accomplice was ae ttltted Public sentiment was strong r against the pair but upon her dis 1tv charge there was a change1 favorable to Moore yj I CANAL LIBEL BRIEF FILED Government Makes Answer Before 1Supreme Court In Case of New j York Newspaper ft WasWa toa A brief setting forth 4itt t that the federal courts have Jurlsdic 1tj Mea la the New York World libel Wi Ue was filed U the United States teprea v court Friday In argument 4 oirtheyaaeati appeal from the S libel indictment I 8f QaZorh1 by the United cOTiTt at New York tid4Wreviews the tiets t the pi MM MKItetoclU WorM story to the t C PTaftDoiglw RobIn 4 iNttoM CroaweU H= or theria s1i4 1 T s Tt mnde jtl tot ttI 4 JnltfP nDlt iq t 1HI4tbetthht wI i the ICCtII el the B tie IpufrIurat re iivat1os- kPo1it thidef recites that Wa ef tk atteseys foe th- t tt libel lidictaat wu I J K arHHTefrcvlt cewt I u be IOa dtatioe tte4irW kvant oases Ii thee ffrisisi fltea show that the federal j jh ta haft 3ida4fctiet la the Ue 1tiIi atbt the uhgot the 141eV- pp t t hold oOIt j ANSrBIY IWlc1EeraJaam and I r aLd Reyaolds an Mo pstathklf tt La j j f MISSOUI PACIFIC MEN OUT t1iyI Hndred hepmen QvII r Wecirlk May Involve1 All of i J s01jNsJ4 tIL LoiOa A tr w Bist ly Seep lIf t sat aaiBlayaj in the mecbaalcal p ipiitoe a UM liVsamrf Tactic IiW r t MeeteLB arst w8lka4 eat Friday J an atay irttk Ue striWs mackla 4w vii t1WIpt i i J Nsa bMethheedetthl I 7 r iMtoM kaye tarMteaac ijte teaaael a f i II UB Itt f MrtMlMeitM Iirir i JUo a of l WterL Western bCllt t ciN 1JeIt aid West m Marylali Nai itlIA 0 l 4XkjSI4SI to if 4t wai telacrapW s raheru Mackssakaa sad I 41 iIIIt bytMhs4 ef their tster CI = = e atttr the asaeaiaista rf ft4 isSML t Wethsrtak1ewItl I t uIi1 MsaiSiIMiYaa et the Mls t 70 F iert P1d1e n I Tteiata ef uerw located j itfff r a t InlflKiLittle Rook Ark H p iaiCCKy Dusts JeSerwa City ir i 3 MJJLCf Mir KB WieUta KaiatertM 4 rT t a CyvmeXsnTurkaia Par sJ- a J yieoeArk t p Lbs irrisy La ef Oua Neb oI h CeLy4 I J nh 1JL 0 6t5 v11 f i hCeeWiMIstake Enrfsngers LIVM z Jl r l c JWx tersea ants 1 t YinJtZir t t II 4iMkas a of aa Italhm er ue1 1 J f yee i ctAf ba iI M4ewd4r as an iBgredleat ot a tII bkIh4a ake rr r f e DtIHlelQeertia Deal 800il t f9 cyrilr Ite jut illaeaa with whichjhe t wamstrIekeeIR the eowtreo lai e41i4ic vA J6 ft Aee LlmHwl Iii Wricko tl 5 4 l IpCiSS1lI ILrk CkICO A AI it ai 11IIdt factkB uili rae lath aa r if T 1 iaiissawItuh lit Nllweod Wedneida t lI a1jNhed late asee1aI freight JenOMJi t fJ e t A1 i i S wis Me 1 Ch4f Jeisi rtfo J i i MrYafitr trir leaned ken j thMRttlclteIIIr jti rUiO t Prldent Tat rIsthrIsfF i c 1 IAdreits Jaite LJ j i Ia1alwkL 1o4t e li I r l tsf I IJ 1 iFtt sj i f1 I r iI t r 10 fI u 1 1 1i y l Jk I j f r r f t ti z 4 J r o t i itiittb k tc l J 1 1 AVID BEHHEH HILL IS DEAD FORMER SENATOR AND GOVERNOR PASSES AWAY Was Prominent for Years In Demo cratic Party and as Executive of New York State Albany N YDavld Bennett Hill exUnited States senator and former governor of New York dlod suddenly at Wolferts Roost his coun ry home He was years old About two weeks ago Mr 11111 was selxed with a bilious attack and although his condition was not conald ered serious at the time his phyal clan advised him to remain at home for a few days The patient appeared David B Hill to be on the road to recovery until Wednesday nigftt when he suffered a sinking spell which resulted In his death Mr Hill was born August 29 1843 He was elected to tho assembly In 1870 and again In 187L During his first term in the assembly he made hisImemorable fight to abolish convict labor and during his second term he was a member of the Judiciary committee with Samuel J Tilden they being the only Democrats on the com ml tee which had tho task of Investi gating the alleged scandalous and corrupt conduct of certain New York city Judges AMERICA CREW IS RESCUED Wellman and Companions Are Picked Up and Return to New York on the Trent New YorkWalter Wellman who with his crew of five men sailed from Atlantic City to J for Europe In the Immense dirigible balloon America last Saturday got back to this city Wednesday onythe Royal Majl Steam Packet line IIteamer Trent Earring a few injuries to his right arm and one of the fingers of his right hand the man who directed this daring attamptvtp cnws the ocean in a gas lNuJLrAHnx in feood physical sfempe altMjittf his aerves are seine t aa he has reached elcea tJt1iejt do L 41 a t Iunde J1aLo TkemeLbers ot his crew UBe oTerIopen ex prasilcms of williagnees to try It again aa iUanyone produces a bal ofaaINew YorkTbe Slat attempt to croaa the Atlantic in axdirigible bal AmerIty of five on board was picked iri Tuesday morning almost 376 miles due east of Cape Hatteras by them coming Bermuda liner Trent News of the rescue came In two wireless messages from Captain Down of the Trent one reporting to tha company agents here and another ini ratine the New York Times of the rillwtot tile expedition in which It- t had akea a leading part Captain Down reported that at Sic lrnlnghelInstItresa and calls for help were given For three hours the Trent maneuvered latlMfi1aeavy sea to get alongsldo of W Uimaand his wrecked companions rheveBtlre party finally was taken wultlea waa abandoned where the rescue eccvrrad 4n latitude 354S longitude 18 iIi AT ELLIS ISLAND f Ii Pr1dnnt tv1ciMaImlratlo Statloc WIUi rYNlel and Corn I mlsalapar Williams- New Terk pct19Preaident Taft made afes proposed visit to the Ellis Ulamfl laMklgraUiqa station where ho w aetey William Williams comssla sloae oi immigration Secretary Na gel of the department Commerce aad labor caaae trora Wasnlngtoa to Ithe trip with the president The party had lunch on the Immigrant and the president met ausaber of mbof ptOI1laeneefdur- laIIIaUlaemepoIlUcIaBamoB r there ilHnoln Educator Dead Eloomington I1lr Franklin O Barnes who recently resigned the presidencY of the Illinois Wesleyan unlTerslty here on account of health died at Pasadena Cal Friday aged ftftyflve Fair af Rstn TwantyFIve Inches Palm Beach FlaTComDaunIcatlen with the outside world was again as tablbsbed Friday after three days o teolatlon ltl8 estimated that I ItlaioieaoratafeU jni the four days of the storm G av Hwlley May Avert Rail Strike MbTOovernor Hadley Tlniidawlre4 the Missouri Pacifics ajeaeral utaasger and the macblnlsU lateraaUoaal president offering to as bitrate the general strike of the allied traiaBall the Gould railroadsr which is Imminent Mammoth Sea Liner Launched Belfast IrelandiThe Olympic the art of two mammoth White Sta lined was launched Thursday ami KeaMot enthusiasm The new yea eellaot45QOOtou i J a I t 1 IEUROPEAN TRAVEL THESfEVENTFUL DAYS Railway Tleup In France MORA THERES NO P SHIPS ARE WRECKED DEVASTATION WROUGHT BY WEST IBEING FRENCH LINER GOES ON REEF Passengers Numbering 547 Are Safe But Ship Cannot Be Floated Until Cargo Is Jettisoned Nino Lives Lost In StormINew York The destructivcness and the devastation wrought by the West Indian hurricane along the Flor- Ida coast south of St Augustine is being revealed as wire communication Is slowly restoredIIDlspat West received by roundabout routes give a long hat of vessels wrecked adUVSIOB 3i 5ttbrlUlnlcfai Is the reorj- 1litot theiotudi g pf t1iFrenckI ranslftlanb t amshlp th II ol1 Sornbero ty t1r east 01 Key Wet 2It V eraIl hands are dporte4 ciut i vessel lies in eight etof water Cannot be floated until most of her cargo has been Jet tisoned Three of the crew of the schooner Harry Ik Haywood of Boston were drowned when that vessel went on the reefs at Boca Ratone Six men were drbW1edhen the sloop Nabob was swept to sea and swamped off MasQuesos 1lhe captain mate and one seaman ot schooner William W Oca verse of Philadelphia were lost when the schooner went to pieces on Tues dalFlve survivors were brought to St Augustine The schooner Ed ardTStotell- burr of New York Is also reported ecked on a reef The Texas oil barge Dallas with nine men aboard broke her towin- gtUn6bia ninetymile gale off Jack ccnvllle and has not been heard of since The steamer Brazos of the Mallory line left Galveston on October 12 with sixteen cabin and fifteen steerage pan Eeiigers Since a dispatch was re celved from her captain on Sunday that she had anchored in the Gulf of Mexico nothing hat been heard of her GOVERNMENT IS TO DEFEND Validity of Law Making Initial Carrier Liable for Damage la Before High Court WuhlntonArcument was begun Wednesday In the United States Su preme court as to the validity of the socalled Carmack amendment to the Hepburn rate law pf 1904 The Initial carrier of interstate commerce Is not only made liable by this amendment for damages which may occur in transportation on its Oft dlutalso on all its connecting linear The contest Is probably the greatest of all the legal controversies which have arisen out of the passage of the Hepburn rate tow Dead Russian Leader Honored Moscow Russia The funeral of Prof Serge Andreleylch Mouromtseff dumajnIone of the greatest popular demonstra tlubs ever seen here It was attended by 0000 persons Death Verdict for Slayer Plaqueralne La Frank Oteri was Jeresby a jury The verdict carries the death penalty y1 Attaifiiit ta Oust Mayor Seattle Wash Nearly 6000 sIgns tures of voters more than half the number have been obtained on petitions asking for the recall of Mayor Hiram C Gill according to a statement Jed Wednesday by the Public Welfare league Elklns Illness Ta Serious Elklna W Ya Seaatpr Stephen B 411Ir1Uc4 stage Mrs Elking Katherine and Blalae Elklns are at home r f t v V i m Homeward Bound Steamships All Full LACE LIKE HOME ERiIDTO1STFUN- ERAL HELD WHILE RAINFALLS IN TORRENTS Senator Cummlne Governor Carroll and Others Pay Last Tribute to Memory of Dead Statesman Fort Dodge laThe funeral of the late Senator Jonathan P Dolllver took pliuje hero while the rain fell in torrents Burial was in Oakdalo ceme tory The drizzling rain driven by a raw cold wind compelled the family to abandon the original plan of holding the services on the lawn of the Dolll ver home The funeral therefore was held In the Flfty sixth regiment arm ory which accommodates 6000iContrary elements could away the devoted friends of Senator Dolllyer however who crowded every available space in Jho big building 2dthoude the building utrain J1itInKstatesp P tc 9 almost 3000 people ucfaround the building iflna1lrdr Ciapp rf Minneso ta 1Oftt ziea Inside and went outside n n short speech to them On the stof the armory were seated the clergy the United States senators and congressmen the com mittee from tile two houses of the Iowa general assembly all state offi cers and other speakers t The space in front of the stage was flowerSPartlculariy sent by the United States senate Preceding the speeches at the arm ory the regulation Methodist Episcopal burial services were held Following the ritualistic servtcesof the church eulogies were delivered by the following men Rev Charles M Stuart Chicago Governor Carroll oh behalf of the people of Iowa Senator Cummins as representative of the Uni ted States senate Bishop William Fra ser McDowell of Chicago A Fallen Leader PHILAS WIN THE THIRD GAME American League Champions Easily Knock Out Chicago Three Times In Succession Chicago More than 26000 people saw the Philadelphia American league ball team administer the third con secutive defeat to the Chicago Na tional league club In the worlds championship series on Thursday pmeUieQuveteran pannant winners They played rings around them They knocked their pitchers out of the boa and per lIeldlhatrobbedt1have been hits- Reuibach started out to pitch for the Chicagoans He lasted two Iq nings lad then McInUro took his place The latter was driven out 01 the box In the third inning after the Athletics bad slammed the ball all around the lot Pflester took his place Agree on Great Tobacco Sate Cincinnati Forty million pounds ct tobacco held by the Burley To bacco socletyas part of the dissolved 1909 pool will be sold oh the open market In Cincinnati according to contracts signed here Friday Two Killed Ina Collision New YorkTwo men were killed and three men thrown Into a swamp and nearly drowned naeolUslol1 the first accident on the new electric nearHarrlsonN Wllson Resignation Accepted Princeton N JThe board of tru tees of Princeton unlverslt Thursday accepted the resignation of Woodrow Wilson ae president and appointed John A Stewwt of New York senior trustee president pro tempore To Raise Silkworms In New York New York The raising of silk worarfl tat bo undertaken on a large leal at Great River L I The United States dernrtment of agriculture will assist In roaklng tha enterprise asuo elM J lrr wi CHAMPIONS OF THE WORLD Philadelphia Captures Four Out of Five Games From Chicago ChicagoConnlo copped The best team that was over kneaded together by tho tall manager In all his victori ous career pulverized the Cubs and tho Athletics became baseball cham pions of tho world Score 7 to 2 The success ot tho Mackraen was their fourth conquest Inoa set of flvo games and they finished tho most 1m l ortant series that a baseball team can enter by winning every game but oneChicagos National league pennant winners stretched every muscle to extend tho series to Shlbo park on Tuesday but the Atlas of baseball tho man who held the team In first placo In tho American league went In and bowled over tho Cub batsmen like so many ninepins for the third time In four playing days Coombs held the champions of the senior league to nine welldistributed hits which produced only two runs It was easily the best gome of the three that the Mackraen pitched and from tho first Inning on Mack and every man on the bench knew that nothing short of a miracle would beat him RHEINSTROM HONEYMOON Husband and Wife Both in Sanitarium Kept Apart by Physicians San FranclscoStrnppcdto an iron cot In the insane ward of the Oakland receiving hospital closely guarded Harry Rhelnstrom awaits an examina tion into his sanity Edna Loftus Rhelnstrom the wife former London music hall favorite became so hysterical at a beach road house that sire was rushed to the Park hospital in a taxicab Steward Malone found that the young woman was on the verge 01 delirium tremens and administered medicines that induced her to sleep The taxicab arrived at the Park hospital with the young woman at 4 oclock At 10 oclock she was re moved to the German hospital which she win probably leave In a day or twoDr Lowell who hoe charge of the private sanitarium where 1strom Is confined tax maintained all along her husband has been and is even at the present time bad He repeatedly refused to let Mrs Rhelnstrom see her husband at his sanitarium but poIac tress has remained away from Rhein strom entirely Her present whereabouts are unknown to him SANITARIUMBURNED Patients Bundled Up and Carried Out By Attendants CoBshohpckeri PennTo the brav Ort aM coolness oithe tUenli t duetbA factthat4be lives oboutJil I pariJally afflicted patients weresaved when a fire which Jasuppdsed tpJiaY I etaried a defective flue destroyea tile main building of InnW Sani tarium IInwood lies about midway betwee i 1ir place with considerable difficulty so appanitusdinelo attendants bundled the patient In blankets and took them away from the fire and when the danger was passed housed them for the night in other buildings and the bowllhgalley where they were made as comfortable aa pos sible t Loss la estimated at prom 160COO to 175000 with fair Insurance- FOURYEAROLD HEROINE Little Girl Saves Baby Sister Frotna Fearful Death Minneapolis MinnMargaret the fouryearold daughter of Thorval Sanders proved hers lt a heorihe and effected rescue of her sister Julia 2 Years old when both children were hemmed in by flames that destroyed tho home of theIr parents The first intimation of the baby s peril was brought by Margaret ran through the blazing doorway am crossed the yard to the rear of the new home under construction ln front of the old one Mamma mamma Margaret creamed Julia Is burned come quick baby is in the house Mrs Sanders ran down the steps toward the cottage No sound could be heard but the crackling of the flames Then the mother fainted firemen arrived and carried the un conscious child to safety Drank Carbolic Acid rPontJac fl Despondency over family troubles caused Roy King aged 30 a theatrical man of Cincinnati to take his life by drinking carbolic acid In a local hotel Postofflce Depredations Franklin Ind Robbers obtained JSOO in money and stamps at New Bargervlile pOst mce six mllea west of this city The safe jn the bank tearby was also cracked but noI money obtained HerWordiI to tb pndertaker and buying a asket Mrs Jane Abney at Rockport jnmmlttcd suicide by taking morphine Her hue band says she had otten threatened to end her life I Fought With Knives Evansville lndTn a duel with knives at a box social near Cannel ton Ind between Conrad Berlin ane Andrew Bynum Berlin was stabbed four times and will dlo Bynum says he win surrender Mall ouCh Rifled Now Castle IndA mall pouch etolen from the Lake Erie Western station and rifled It was found II the Woods nearby The postal and local autho ities are Investigating fbrobbers J t hb j i1ir 7 e r I KENTUCKY 1 GLEANINGS I i IWHAT IS GOING ON INISECTIONS 4 THE COMMONWEALTHt p SPEEDY JUSTICE Charles Little Slayer of Hargls Nephew Sentenced to HangI Jackson Charles Little who assas sinated Matt Crawford at his placo of business two miles above Jackson was tried by a Jury and his punish ment fixed at death T T Cope was appointed by tho court to represent the defendant and after the Jury had bean selected entered a plea of guilty for his client and in a short speech pleaded for mercy Senator E E Hogg of Boonovllle Ky by request presented the case for the commonwealth and asked for a verdict that would make an example by the punishment set The Jury was only out 10 minutes and returned a verdict fixing the punj ishment at death The trial of the case has establish ed a precedent for speedy enforcement of the law in Breathitt county and perhaps in the entire state POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS Trustees Will Meet to Consider Corn mittee Reports Washington Secretary of tho Treasury MacYe gb and Assistant Secretary Andrew conferred concern ThelWickersham and Postmaster General Hitchcockwill meet to consider committee reports on the working details The treasury officials are working Qut the plans steadily but slowly owing to a desire to safeguard against any defects In a scheme of such magnitude where more than 60000 postoffices and perhaps 15000000 depositors may bo affected They base these figures on the work In other postal savings cOns tries as In England where the latest reports showed more than 11000000 depositors POSTMASTER SHOT TO DEATfil Echo of Former Affray In Which Jresr entAssallant Was Shot Franklin At Salmons Station three miles north of this place Joe McE wain shot a Jnstahtly killed William posfmasterILttliimpnths agowhen iWler was shot by McElwaln but ho recovered and bad Reeling has sinceexlsted Thitre wag jfotfgljpfr pyewifnpBB fn the killing turn Vance a rural mall carrier who was at the office making up his inah when the shooting cxs purred It is said that Wler and McElwaih had a dispute about a letter when Wier left the building and returned with a gun Furthar words it Isal leged dnnd McElwain fired with a revolver striking Wier In the neck killing him instantly Both Woundedv London Mack Thomas and Samuel Hammonds are both seriously wound ed as a resultof a fight Thomas who Is 50 years old an4 runs n soft drink stand is seriously stabbed In the back shoulder and left side His chance for recovery are remote Hammonds lives in C county His wounds are notserlo 3 but he was severely beaten and cut over thehead and face with a revolver Hammonds who it is saldV was intoxicated en tered Thomas place of business and the latter attempted to put him out Gift to University Lexington It A Long kansas City capitalist has donated 130000 to Transylvania university according tom announcement made at the institu tion Mr Long is credited with being 0INew Building Dedicated VeraiIlesThe new 50000 post office building which has just been completed here will be dedicated with fitting ceremonies on October 31 It is proposed to make the occasion hie in the history of the city andi public holiday wilt be declared The community is indebted for this hand some ornament tote city to Gov J C S Blackburn who secured an ap proprlatlon for the building Just before his retirement from the United States senate and to exCongressman W P Kimball through whose efforts an additional appropriation was ob talned Seventythree Indictments Lebanon The grand jqry after a two weeks session returned a total orseventytlhree Indictments Among them were true bU1aagl1lnsti the proprietors of the different aot drink establishments in the city The indictments charge selling bartering mixtureepr in a territory where the local option law is in effect Thlsis the first time a grand Jury has ever returned Indict ments against soft drink establishments In Memory of Zolllcoffer SomersetWithIn a few feet of the 11oldoaktree under which he was killed Civil WS11 monument erected to the memory of Gen Fcl K Zolllcoffer ct the Confederate army was unveiled 1itlm Springs near here In the presence of several thou Isond persons including many veter ans 1It was in the battle of Fishing Creek sometimes called the battle ol ZOlllcOlferjcompandlng1 lisI I v irr J ii j IIA Iw 4 Doings of the Weekl C ir P ifrtLexington A suit for hack taxes on his stock was filed by Sheriff Dan V Scott against E L Bradley and the dle Hour Stock farm of which Brad cy is the president and principal own For the years 1905 1906 and 190T P axes on valuation of 115000 la sued for and for 1908 and 1909 on a valua tlon of 2000- 0MorrlstnwnTho culmination of ro jmance was the marriage of William Davis aged 69 of Morristown Ont and Mrs Anna Davis aged 39 of the Vlsame place The disparity of ages la but a minor one of the interesting elirEccmstances connected with the inioap tas tire bride was the daughtenixlaw t rand later the housekeeper of the maL who is now her husband Henderson Chester FenttewJio1J is alleged to have killed Town Mar shal JohnT Skaggs of Clarksoa 7 i t Grayson county was placed under ar 1 rest In Davies county afteia chase Of several miles He denies hat he killed Skaggs Marshal Skaggai was shots down In a park located lu the heart or Henderson while conypytrijr Fjptress jfrom Leltchfleld to JalJ I Trenton NJhtrPrsnces Fooin Cleveland of Princeton widow o Gm ver Cleveland was named by Gby cmanagestate No money has been appropri ated by the legislature for the erec tion of the proposed institution and 1 the newly appointed commission ah do nothing more than organize this year Versailles The Central Kerituckjr Phosphate Co which tides of Incorporation at Lexlngtdnjwith a capital stock of 1400000 Is J about to close options on several tracts of land In this county and plans the 1 establishment of A large plant toldeV t velop the phosphate which exists in large quantles New Postmasters Paducah The electric chair thatv 4 41 will be Installed lathe Edo 7ille rpeHiii tenitary Is being constructed here It j c will be of oak When the metal fix tures arrive the ohalr will be com pleted In a short time After its comf executions will take place at r the penitenilary instead ot at theicounty Jails Lexington AnnouncemeBi was v made by Secretary George Roberts j that tie first annual shpyr ofrthe Ken v tucky Corn Growers association will be hefd atths Agricultural college tIthn State university this city pa Jan ti hlei uary34 Ii and6 The five beet saM tpIes of the various classes o i t LW 1jvUS be Otigible for exhibit at the Najt v ipnal Coni shoWiINewrriahl cjit LextngtonBreck Cembe taedle and Frank 9ewelt bVeUwrlalair o ttL J Charjea Little kM eoeereeew1tk 1jJthe slayergfMattCrwter Cea b announced after coiferoce thW oI fr tzl Jackson and1 oyerruledhlecasec t will be taken tothecourtOr Appea3aJ The grounds ve art LittI a t d AfseUdefeaae cia mtagtrisa i rthat the death penalty b JI7J llNew Rallroaaf Conatr etian tWhitesburgi Coastructlea wbrfc started all along the new lmeoflhei Lexington Basterns North Fork xr tension from Jackson via Hazard ani V WhUesbnrg to Mouth of CoUYs1 jimiles Thousands of urea are employed o The remaining sixteen mlles of the road from Mouth of Colir into the Elkhorn field will be let October 81 Thecontract will call for the c pleUotf of the road in twelve r J It Is understood tbait ttoo remaiBlag fifteen miles et the road to aVotmaec 1Hon cwlththeCh A Ohio wflt beletwlthlniaienext few Dontiia p Changed to Bourbon JachaonFuther evidence bt1Judge 1 ned lnei8 determination to ttituuf 5 wll6sness In Broatlultt = was YIJohn Davidson and others td ipdurbpaJ A county The other defendants are5 Tom Davidson Hacker Combs and Ja N son Deaton and they are Jointly in dieted for the murder of John Abnerr The transferring of tIns case and the conviction of CharJea Little fprta murder of Matt reiteyes this i oicommunity of two cases of idlstur lBg f influence i y11 Mangled ty the Wheekt f 1ILouisville NIlhyme fretgh tralt1r and lUlled near IJITeIght miles sontr i of here Barrett bad bee or j for two cr three days and ItIalsus drinking eavity The ctOr stated that the ybuiig maa hadb 4 ed th0 train without iris kVawJi Iud waJ1at discovered untH befalling between the cars HlsOdi was cut in twpj k r Revert to the State l f FrankfOrtVacant lots andland rJ towned by corporailons liii KeBtucky 1 that are uct put Into use wiiYea heat yt t1tij laid down by the appeUate court In Ilcase of the cpmmohweidth against Kentucky Traction Co of Lbulaylllfr lI in wliich the appellate court was callrv 1ed upon to construe SectloB i9 In f this caic the Judgment of the Jeffenoa l circuit court was affirmed aid the cotV poration won but only because tI tt suit had been filed prematurely d f4- JacksonComonwealths Attorney titT C Johnson filed a statement In the rBreathitt circuit court and asked toihire the case of the commonwealtaiOf Ui lnBt Tom Davidson and ctherstcharged with the murderof John Ab funer removed Iron Brenvhltt to some pther countyj t FrankfortTo curse a mothermic rjlaw is sufficient grounds for dirore i tsaid the appellate court In theicasc Yof Lena Carter against Thompson Cars j ter In which the Mercer clrculticburtwS ia reversed ii 4 r ft ti ji1Po l r l SYNOPSIS Archlbld Terhune a popular and In doltnt young bachelor of London1telvca news that tie has been made heir t 3 to the estate of his Aunt Qeortlana with If 4 an Income of lcm a year on condition that he becomes engaged to be married within ten days Falling to do eo the legacy will go to a third cousin In Amer cau The story opens at Castle Wyckoff lwhere Lord Vincent and his wife friends I L 6t Terhune are discussing plana to find 4 e blma wife within the prescribed time It Athat Lady Vincent Is one of seven 4 persons named Agatha all close girlhood chums She decides to Invite two ot them ito thGcutte and have Archie there as onexot the guests Agatha Sixth strikes Archie Mst handpalnted beauty Agatha First Ia breesy American sir Lady S Vincent tells her husband that Agatha VSixth already cares for Archie lie gains 14 troD Agatha Sixth the admission that r cares for Mm but will require a months time fully to make up her mind r Agatha First neglected by Terhune re ice ttbnttCina frolnlMlIeFrce r Four J hva tiC the precious time have passed t jPs k whea Twhune Is called to London on business Agatha First on the plea of r sickness excuses herself from a motor v trip planned by the Vincent CHAPTER V Continued mytprtoedly Im awfully sorry dear child dwe shall miss you of eeareo But you mustnt think of 7 t goteg U your head aches Go up stalnt and lie down a while why 1 Ik you and 111 have some tea y eat up to you Its awfully good l for keadacbe And she spoke to J UteHteotman who Waited at the door of the autoobi1e JIc 4 I will thanks Sorry to lss the c trfp replied thel1rlYouritan a aHtel Agatha AM with another r farewell word or two we left her and f i 1 a4 started on bur way to Northbury And now comes the very strangest TlII7 part of this ratheY strange or at least I lM1Hu1latt mpttomakeatBktchlU1d It i Ft a u for a friend at one and Ue 1Iuu Um eon the part of Dearest jL ahiL4 myself By Jove It certainly s 4I l ilve rae a start when I discovered Mit this was the way It happened storyiVIWiJurtI run i rl qan4 had bean I Mtaters at an exhibition of somey r vtiHKrfwt fickei which I had been iH TvX1 iiw Tie two teams i Txgi ye tIInzUI the second half wbaC ecetu ko wa b fttrortlt LowsWres bfIdont upeetbdsta11a ol Uie game are vey iWU IMerest after all- s 4 la1etaT ptryiyMrs m it liihjthow I4wt jttt at Sij a 1mtsctetm t i8 i rci1 Jtiori Ul btXl H7 ht o- fssiabi4s i2lt R alithi fault i1fi JMrI uer fken e H8tI MM wtiirallyAlM1 oevltetj help stiit Aaer1euI try to jemera bsstbi z H Mi aylagkowever we hadp t itthe esi4 ta 44thi syvM ilaterest dls l 1ij thefeIIui eisifcehr of r lPStT aM lesicked at thef llMttitarr iiftivi jelly Httle den et d t S WMe and a two f Wstapeeding tlwTrom iagain 1 W rod were fairly 4eceHtI b4 been a lO deal SYaiRktal7 lEd the machIne had cSraanIng alg to sipolhly that eeJherv We hiteItthemaMreadwhqawe had I liege forOBeth8tl d 1tClle1 the castle sad had oIJtuthe road turned put p bfec than I thohtwknIK r happsed Iiwas driving in1 to clear ir lsttree t ran f1M big car straight 4 I Jtur atarut aM our hInd r ttraJ 7 I killed the MNOUd3t1pe4 out tot h to 4oie dignated 1 t t Ii ci tett TMi tbtijh of t sf LtPeaMhlY hay known U Ir forJ wuMlf- M tn atsr 1 TWa rt itte Sa a 1W4W 1 t tkoijkygy 1 t elti Waiied tBe- l roLi1i a M rt1arcMI tI1 rIHattIdtsiIIo tre rio Wckaa4 a Psnda rsw- I I l asat u + 1 wM JL io1 fi the barg kit t rI j kd kwk oiak herand 1 A f i j ehjrIa Jk tI5 it in hantiag 1 a f lisscaM badJeCt tt ta ftI 41 j j Pneathe cMvt tij I nNXaIr t r JlU FakIPI frs that uaftert r tIi tk uuIatI 1 1dtd reo v i tr inpxpctediy r tr ai had gccard as I save tilftIHiweedi jn- vd i r Wfiliad k Matt Mz saes toeae 8ttlte i 1 i Taswieene9 iaaHhey a ihbvyI- l sad there sarah t ff ef t tJh forttk J nigksly and iabsMy for the tkirdtisie What k 3khsT t JeraettsB the t f happenedC icufweT stood s of bsrrewlag iMMi8a an 25I ajsat thelltue who was t tbr efrwiiand Ii 4ir iiLJ 1st a stoB r eMtteli pipe l Kws 1= r we- hed4 issa a ljcoae4 rI yfifiIB1 rtt jIi I Itf iM fa- thipIitdMrlUrthaab1 iIo Wf1r l J r f rV nur yJoj r to iIir 1 JJ 1i1i r f jof r r r orf trt r trfil f J J f t 11J iJ4 nlr ra 0 they stopped did they I asked and thought to myself with some sat isfaction that they were in trouble too The misery that EC often at tends an automobilist is especially fond oft company Wonder if theyd lend us a Jack I remarked aloud What kind of a machine was it kid 1 A whoppln big feller rod like your lordships said the boy Of course be knew me oven if I didnt know him lie was probably the butchers or bakers boy from Wye on his way back from the castle Sounds rather promising said Dearest Do go and see if they cant help us out I dont want Agatha Lawrence to walk all that way home in this mud Very well I said but it sounds as if they wore In need of assistance themselves Why else should they want to stop in the middle of the woodst However Ill make the at tempt Freer you stay by the ladies and 111 go and see what I can dol And just stopping to give the little boy a shilling or two for his information I strode down the wood road In the direction he had pointed outI hadnt gone far and was Just wondering again what in tho world would possess any one to push down so narrow a road in a big machine when the machine In question came in sight It was a big touring car red like mine to be sure but an entirely different make and I stopped and stared at It in an overwhelming rprlS9 But not for any reason In connection with the automobile itself It was the girl who was its sole pas senger that held my attention and caused my surprise Sitting In the AgatHa First Rot treat seat a light pongee coat about tier with an air of expectancy as It she awaited the coming of someone not far Oft sat Agatha First Yes the very same As cheerful and as pleadecto1t11lqwlth us that morning I stood stock still in the road as- ay awIUlarer took in this amaz- Ing sight and It was a full minute before IBT routed wits apprehended UleliPtcaCeoL a mans checked automobile that that hung over the back of tie seat beside her Evi dently she was with some one which koW seetoed less extraodlnary at the moment than thai she should be alone Her escort though not aPparentlynotfarCUai First rose in the machine displaying sv huge bunch of wild flowers In her hands as the did so and hallooed to 1dm rpo tplck any more she icalled r dont want any more flow enlirantyoul A laugh quite near at band BOHBded for a response and I bar riedly started beck down the road 1 wanted awfully to see who the man that belonged to the checked coat was feat I waated still more to es cape being seen either by him or by ayf ecceatric guest Mlsa Endlcott The possibility that I might fall in with the former returning from his little ramWe flowers In hand almost made ma run and the feat that in looking for him the latter was al IIOlntotdlscoveringmyr close to the roadside and the shelter OtJtI1etre like any thief or tres passer And by Jove I didnt alghtedmyOwDmachine nastyJlOIIUeavesdropping and if they had seen me they would never have believed If had not been spying on them Dill YOU get a Jack inquired Freer as 1 came up He could seoI ifamded perfectly well that Iwas empty t No I said shortly too abnortwl In conjecturing the meaning of the strange discovery I had Just stum bled upon to invent any excuse for the failure of my errand Well Just have to walk homo I said Poderson can wait with the car and Ill send him help from the castleAnd all the way homo I pondered upon my queer adventure What could Agatha First bo doing in a strange automobile in the middle of tho woods when she was supposed to be ill at home and who was the man who was with her tho owner ot the chocked coat That was the most mysterious part of the whole business to me and though I racked by brain I could not possibly think who he might bel PART TWO- CHAPTER VI It wasnt until later that same aft ernoon of our Northbury trip when Lady Vincent and I had ascended to our rooms to dress for dinner that I found a chance to tell her the news I can always bo sure of an uninter rupted chat with her then And so you saw her sitting in the automobile alone in the middle of the woods asked Dearest when I had finished my breathless recital Yes that Is jts far as I could see she was alone I replied But you forget the mans laugh and the checked coat There was a man with her right enough and though I didnt think so at the time I think now that makes tho thing much more mysterl ous Of course there was a man with her remarked Dearest It was a lovers tryst as plain as plain can bel Dearest is so romantic But then at the same time Ill have td admit shes nearly always right But who under high heaven could It have been I cried never more puzzled In my life We know it wasnt Freer ho was with us all the time and Terhune has been in London all day He said he was going to be in London remarked my wife with the slightest possible emphasis on the e In the Machine said I gaped at her a moment then seized her shoulder Do you mean to say it was Archi owaeofonlyItketWlthua aheadacheBut we aaw the wire I objected Ohas to that she said atele uplShadoulytothe stationmaster to send over closelyitsSo it IslI cried anti youre Terhunenot to see it before But I sayJadded less exuberantly as a thought struck me If thats the ease what IWhatdonregardtotween Arch and Miss Lawrence Answer any of those questions if you cant Wiseacre that you are I be Hove youll have to let me count ten on that Im afraid I will she admitted arpuzzled as I was You see I never knew Agatha Enflicott as well as weUaknow Agatha Sixth has visited me before and this Is the first time Ive soon Agatha First since we parted on the occasion of my marriage TO BE CONTINUED CaughtlDo buying a halt mattress from you the other dayYh asked the lady- PertecUyw n maam was the re ply of the dealer Wen Ive discovered that onl I about one uarter oftho filling Is hair Then you certainly do sosni to her me where thehalr Ishort inaam i i i f1 t P T2 t a So ab1t ROUND ABOUT t THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY tlttLENTUCEY PRESS ASSOCIATION Louisville Selected as Place for the Midwinter Meeting DATE SET FOR DECEMBER 28 Good Roads Convention Will be in Session About the Same Time Lively Meeting Anticipated Lexington Louisville was selected ns the place and December 28 as the date for holding the midwinter meet- Ing of the Kentucky Presa Association by the executive committee of the as sociation The committee was unani mously in favor of Louisvlllo for the meeting place and December 28 was selected as the time partly on account of tho fact that the Good Roads Con vention which many of the editors wish to attend would be in session in Louisville on that date After deciding on the place and date the committee selected the following as a program and arrangement committee to give the glad hand to the editors and show them a good time in Louisville IL V Brown Louisville Times chairman Harry A Somers Elizabeth town News D M Dnncan Mead County Messenger andT Sanders Orr Harrodsburg Republican with which A D Miller Richmond Climax and S M Saufley president and sec retary respectively of the Kentucky Press Association will rooerate to make the occasion a brilliant success All of the members p the commit tee expressed the hope that this mid winter session would be one of the best and most largely attended In tho history of the association County May Purchase Bust Lexington It is probable that the marble bust of Henry made the famous S ealPtorJoeiITHartand which is owned by Irs Rosa Vertner Johnson Rhett wlirbo purchased by the lInCounty Judsre J4 Percy cott stated that the price of POforwhfchthe bust OOuldbes JcdWIlf rg anable 188faundthatthecondltron treasury would permit e purchase would be made The bust which isof an marble was taken frpjh life fort Ken tuckys most noted sSulj Soon aft er completion the bust s presented bYGenLesleCombll 4 his friend D Vertner January i 1S55 nnd has descended to his granddaughter Mrs Rhett The bust rests upon a marble pedestal and is about four and one halt feet In height There is already an excellent bust of Henry Clay in the courthouse rotunda but It is thought that the county should not miss an opportunity of securing so fine a work of art as this bust by Joel T Hart Ago Limits Placed Frankfort Neither the cradle north grave will be robbed to furnish the national guard of this state with commissioned officers Adjutant Gen thatthereunder 18 and more than 45 years of age Gov yillson directed that the olTiois of the First Regiment meet him at Louisville October 28 to con fer about electing a colonel I A Big Class Louisville Ky Perhaps the largest dare initiations ever held in the unUed States was that when 7000 new members were received Into the rhecandldatesIndiana Kentucky West Virginia MissouriA men participated waS held preceding the class introduction Gov A M Wilison of Kentucky and Mayor WO Head of Loulsvlle caqdld2tcslnltJatedClnclnnaUC gaUon In the parade had the unformed degree team from Toledo and a delegation from Hamilton were also in line Money for Stat- eFranktorlCompetlng an inspec tion of the books of the officials of Bourbon and Leslie counties State Inspector and Examiner Todd filed with Gcv Wilison his report and turned into the treasury his check for 461 Through the Sewer Maysvlllo Geroy Fagley ai city prisoner while working out a fine made his escape In a novel manner He was sent into a larg sewer to cjcan It iaml crawled threequarters ot- a mile under the city to freedom Didnt Know it Was Lighted PaducahNot knowing that the fuse bad been lighted when he applied the first match Ulrich Beyer a farm er who was dynamiting for fish met death when a stick of dynamite exr ploded in his hand WldpplngPaducabHenry of Me tropolis Ill who was whjppedby night riders when hotia resident of Kentucky three years died of com plications believed have been caused by the 1 o received jd l 111 f- i 2 e FLOORS OVERLOADEDI aulsville Building Collapses Burying and Injuring Fifteen Persons I bulsvllle Fifteen persons were In- Jured five seriously when the front portions of tho third fourth and fifth floors of the storerooms occupied by the Abrens Ott Manufacturing Co gavo way and A dozen dr more of the employes were struck or caught un der tho debris The damage to the building will reach 100000 and this sum may be enlarged 50000 when tim damage to the stock Is ascertained All the com panys books accounts and correspond enCQ were burled under the debris Tons of plumbing and gas fixtures were stored upon tho upper floors and this weight taken in connection with the fact that the building had been remodeled recently is believed to nave caused tho collapse None of the Injured Is believed to be fatally hurt THREE CAME BACK Five More Who Escaped With Them Still at Large ElktonThree of tho eight prison erR who escaped from the county jail by sawing through the buS and mak ing a ropo out of bed clothing voluntarily returned Among those still at large is Theodoe Jefferlos who has perved a term of ten years from Simpson county for criminal assault Buck Blackwell another exconvict charged with housebrcaking has been seen since his escape and bloodhounds are on his trail A white prisoner charged with man slaughter refused to leave with the othersjPLEADS GUILTY AND FINED 800 Defendant In Case of Insurance Fraud Pleads for Mercy IoulsvllIe Timothy T OLeary one of three defendants on trial here for conspiracy to defraud Tbe Indiana National Life and Commercial Life In surance Cos both of Indianapolis Ind pleaded guilty and agreed to accept a fine of 800 and costs The trial of P J Needham and Dr C G Schott is still in progress Need ham on the stand said President Heliker of The Commercial Life In turancc Co agreed to give him 700 to get hold of the policy issued upon the life of Wm E Ryder The offer he says was made soon after the death of Ryder The payment on this policy wEts the occasion for the investigation the clleged fraud CAPTURED AT LAST Glasgow George Carver known as the King of the Blind Tigers of warrencounUeswas Carver sldeslnthe cone g of War reap Barren and Allen counties where he operates the only YHeis charged with dttr rjbf his prod net Illegally rrOfficers ihavc been trying to captm Him for the past six months but I had spies in different localities wh kept him posted of any plan to arrest him Carver escaped from the sheriff of Allen county a few months since with handcuffs on and a short time later outwitted the police of Bowling Green who were attempting to arrest him on whiskyselling charges JURY BRIBERY ATTEMPTED Henderson One Kentucky member trcuitIand testify that during antI prior to charge1ot ofiTheIyears In the penitentiary MAY RECOVER FROM LOCKJAW Pnducah An exceptional cure ot tetanus will take place here if the vie tim Lee Wurth lives Wurth cuthls hand on a broken bottle but lockjaw did not develop for several days Near ly his entire body became black and his hands and feet badly drawn A large amount of antitoxin hits been administered and he begins to show smalljamount Horse Cave The large tobacco barn here belonging to VanClevc Steen Moss was consumed by fire Besides the barn Charlie Hogan lost taluedThe general belief is that it was the work of an Incendiary and bloodhounds have been ordered put on the trail SHOULD OBLIGE SHIPPERS Frankfort In affirming the JudB mcut of the Jessamine circuit court In the case of the Cincinnati New Orleans Texas Pacific railroad against John Steele the court of appeals holds that every means should be exercised by a railroad company to carry out the requests of the shippers of freight in carload lots to have tho freight stopped and returned to the point of shipment and in case the railroad company falls to dOlIo It ehould lose the cost of the freight Were Enjoying Themselvek Louisville KyTho W O W Ciub held open house in honor of the 7000 Woodmen tyros in the city and the reception proved so popular the police grew suspicious Plain clothes men visited the club which they found wna doing a landoffice business In die pensing drinks A raid followed and 210 bottles of beer were confiscated Miami Fla Harry T Geerlng a young man from Ghent Ky was kill ed at Indian Key by lUng timbers diiring the recent s r Irl t K J I SHOW VERY FEW COMPLETIONS Wayne County Records Best Strike of the WeekNew Workings Are In Proven Territory Islington Late developments In Kentuckys crude oil fields have been of Utile importance completions being few In number and of small average capacity Results were confined to the districts of tho lower end Wayne county contributing the only new pro duction for the week In the Parmleysvllle district Wayne county the best strike of the week shows a production of 15 barrels dally In the Mt Plsgah district Pennsylvania operators landed a well of fair capacity the initial showing being placed at ten barrels dally Outside thesestrikea tho week in Wayne coun ty was featureless except for the starting of new holes While some ot the pools of the county have shown a decline in production figures of pro duction show little variation from week to week In lower Kentucky wildcat drilling is not being carried on with any degree of and most ot the new wens thatare being located are close to proven districts Drilling between old wells continues to be successful While wells drilled between old oilers are not of large capacity the record of failures is light Oil districts of upper Kentucky con tain some new work but no late com pletions have been recorded Two rigs in Wolfe county are drilling into deep sand The week was also barren of remits in the Eastern Kentucky development no completions being made in the new field of Lawrence county Production of oil for all the die tricts fall below 7000 barrels for the week This is a decline of about 3000 barrels from the preceding weeks pro duction The weeke review of petroleum de velopments Intbe highgrade fields east of the Mississippi river compris- Ing Indiana Northwestern Ohio Ken tucky Illinois Southeastern Ohio West Virginia Pennsylvania and Southern New York for the week shows a decline in completions and new production This slump is accounted for by the heavy rains of the pro bus week leaving the highways r ost impassable The conditions v sj that the heavy oil material cou d no1 be removed over the roads Wato ts baen a scarce article In the Illinois tifV8 most all summer but now thelv n overabundance it THREE LEES JAILED Father and Two Sons Accused of SItcc- tAibanySam tB Lee who in charged with the assassination of D C Moles was captured at his home In canes see and brought herO and lodged in Sail Moles was shot and WUvd frcrh ara testifylasee a distiller who vas chrged Tvith AJSrrantother ol AlVin Lee cbargiiig tua ui the crime I i John Allen lee father if sam waif arrested also lie is under r Uctmeiit on the charge of shooting anl wound tog James Means Tom Lee another brother o Sam was also arresteo1 He stands indict ed on the chargeofvBhoqting at an other The Lees ltv In Tennessee but a requisition was secured for their arrest TROPICALIMPORT Increase of Forty Per Cent of Prod UCbBrughtHere Washington More than onethird of the mCrehandIae entering the United States last year was of tropical production according to statistics furnished by the department of commerce and labor In the fiscal year the value of tropr ical and subtropical products brought into tho country ar regated 636000 000 as against 335009000 in 190Q and 293000000 In 1890 Of the total amount of tropical im ports last year 96000000 worth were from the nations own insular posses alcoa The share which these tropical products formed was 40 per cent Bond Election Declared Off Augusta Through an oversight Bracken county will not vote on the question of issuing 35000 worth of bonds for the purpose of building a new courthouse at Brooksville At a called term of the Bracken fiscal court held in July the magistrate mOde an order directing that a vote on the question of issuing bonds for this purpose be taken at the coming Novem ber election According to the stat utes before a vote on Issuing bonds can be taken notice of said election has to be published thirty days prior to the election This was not done and County Judge Gibson has declared the election of- fWashingtonThe following named Kentucky postmasters have been ap pointed Ashton George W Lovett Bonham William C Hamilton Casey Creek Zachary Z Gaubelt Hague Rufus C Hatfleld Indian Head Agnes J Taylor Poor Fork Luclnda J Huff WhitesburgHosea Boiling aged 95 years said to be the oldest man in Letcher or Wise ohUes died at his old home immediately beyond the state border Virginia after a few days Illness He leaves manydescend ants Will Preside at Memphis Conference Paducah Bishop Warren A Cand ler who held the Tennessee co ter- ence of the Methodist church at- C rkEville Te nwlIlprerld over the Memphis conference to be held here November 1- 6HicknianWork i of laying steel on the Chicago Memphis Gulf railroad front T Tlptonvllle Tenn to the Fulton county line has been resumed A large force of men is also at work from this line to Hlckman clearing the right of way J 1 jFi if i J fiI1- 5iI t h t4 7 F I THE MARKETS I 1 Cincinnati Live Stock Cattle Shippers f510a625 butcher steers extra 550a565 good to choicei 45a535 heifers extra 465a5 good to choice 4a460 cows extra 435a460 good to choice 360a425 v cannera 2a275 Bulls Bologna 375 VvJa450 extra 460a465 Calves Extra 9 fair to good 725a875 Hogs oood to choice packers and butchers 890a9 mixed packers 5S85a895 s common to choice heavy fat BOWS 16 a810 pigs 110 Ibs and less 5a850 Sheep Extra 4 good to choice 325 a390 Lambs Extra 670a675 year lings 411525I 1 Cincinnati Miscellaneous Apples Grimes golden 425a450 a brl Jonathan 225a250 a brl Carrots 15a20c dozen CantaloupesPink meats 125 a pony crate 2504 jJa standard crate Eggplants Home grown 76cal a dozen Grapes Dela ware 18a pony basket Niagara 18c f vlt 1 pony basket Oranges Valencia 275 j ttla1252a225 a brl Michigan and home grown 175 brl sweet potatoes Vii t H glnla yellow l75a2 a brl Jersey W Jj a250 Pineapples L7Ga3 Tomatoee vtHomegrown lal25 a bu Cincinnati Grain Market f X iFlour Winter patents 430a465 do family310a330 low grade 40iSCO spring patent 550a565 do fancy 475aC10 WheatNo 2 red 98a 0 = 99c No 3 red 93a98c No 4 85a90c CornNo 2 white 52 52c No3white 51aE2c No 2 yellow 50a50c No3 yellow 49a50c No 2 mixed 50 a50c No 3 mixed 4934a50c OetNo 2 white 331lia34c standard white 33a33c No 2 mixed 32a33cx hey No 1 timothy 19al960 No 2 lUtR18 No 1 clover mixed 1560al6 Nov 0 1 clover 1250 No 2 clover 11 Malt Spring barley 89a92c BallerNo2 spring 81a83c No 3prin SOaSl Ry No2 89a91chU Zo 378aSOe be REPORT HOPEFUL lCheerful View as to Outlook Altheufh r fWeather Conditions Are Un J g seasonable fp 1 New YorkR G Dun Cps review of trade will say cllilitJmaintainedwhich has been in evdence the last two weeks continues Retail trade Ia i romewhat affected by the unseason if i tIIable warm weather but reports from v 4 Imost of the leading cities are i quite lY J 4 satisfactory and reflects cheerful viaw w las to the outlook f iI With prominent railroads signif ing their Intention tb place i eral Contracts for needed 1if J tnext outloOk n o1lW5 iaresUll r ters although the agsregat glnmej of contracts icomlng forward in Dy meanssmall The bulltof therflanania Is forlmmediatp requlrerneste1Struc U11l stel BI iT utiBttnlhcsiiils1 xpr tic r brtIcclci tjn the noa future T anc In brOwlL gc Uzrl5ings and plaids ISt1I feat rihais 10toJofancy cottons did smtr atet In the activity any eate AieV demand has fallen off since I id Jdined Export trade is ver 1 lrOfr 3 rvth- igh prices Westem do 7 f Ing a very fair buslnestl stern markets manifest a conservatism t rOrders for shoes again show some c Increase this week but trade continues J considerably below the normal for this Ir j rsenerallylive Domestic hide prices continue V = t AJothalf a cent Trado Is on a moderate tscale and buyers are holdlng oft be Jcause ot large receipts of cattle In de 1 f west and the Increase In slaughter tBusiness Failures j JtBusfuStates for the week ending October 20 were 197 against 233 last week t244 In the like week of 1909 231 in 171903 220 in 1907 and 18tlnl906 Business failures In Canada for the ii week number 34 which compares with 4rJ34 last week and 30 last year t Irregular weather conditions figure iA 3 largely in the trade reports this jrcek + and are held mainly responsible for sithe rather smaller than expected y Jl tune of sales reported as a whole 11 Wholesale and Jobbing business die v i played the same caution and consery atism and house buying was of a handtomouth r character though re ports from some leading markets arun 7rlorwholesale lines such as cotton the frii 5 active buying movement of the next ej r few weeks seems to have subsided X v IShoe manufacturers report orders at t fectcd by unseasonably warm weather t i but reports slightly better demand I V and raw wool Is firm J t 1m Reports from the leading industries Ire not greatly changed Some delay 1 clflcaUon8 1IJortcdtions of a good tonnage in rails she ly appearing Pig Iron Is not great changed sail slocks in the south r o lreported larger An Important It Is the news that the leading interest IK seeking trade in finished products cv direct with the consumer ignoring 1 Jobbers In those lines Leading JlloJJi J manufacturing centers report a good trade in flour Building activities tents i Mto lessen as the season advances it FtExports for WSefc Wheat including flour exports from the United States and Canada for the fweek ending October 20 aggregate 1 2844675 bushels against 3102873 last week and 5694466 this week last V fPfiber20against 43115730 in the corresponding i CF period last yearA tJ Ccm exports for week rrt 818683 f I bushels against 642262 last week aridr r if895582 In 1909 For the 16 weeks end tag October 20 corn exports are 5552v if b402 bushels against 2184187 Jaoi yeorir Vv i 0 t lwfrj 1 t i r 1 9 or a t rOTIfJUGSVILlE OUTLOOKI t PUBLISHED OWINGSVILLE KYl i i k Entered according to Act of p Owingsvifesi4 Ky Postolficc as secondclass matter THE OUTLOOKS subscription rates are as follows One year One Dollar Six months Sixty Cents Three months Thirtyfive Cents ANNOUNCEMENTS h dWeare authorized to announce countytthe Ninth district of Kentucky subject to the action of the Dem ocratic party THURSDAY OCT 27 1910 k f No commissions allowed any body on subscriptions Subscribers desiring a change of address should give previous ryu address when writing 4 Correspondents should always J get their items to us not later Monday if possible when 1outof stationery ntion it on a paperNews inte + estis welcomed bring it to us without delay if you wish it in serted dont wait until Tuesday 3 Or Monday for the paper is not tsetup in one day nor in three t days onlty v news n o n g f obituaries and verses will cost 5c I l a line of five average words each r t 1 Commissioijeys Sale BATH CIRCUIT COURT K H Worley Guardian c Plaintiff r versus Notice of x 4 Jesse Worley Deft Sale IBy virtue of a judgment and j of saleof the Bath Circuit Octoberr 0 cause the undersigned will on the 14th DAY of NOVEMBER 1910 at 1 oclock p m or ther z proct auc foDrythe highest bidder o 1 alcr T and Iwelve months f at the GourtEbuse door in Ow K IkcJ f tioned m1theJudgment toWlt men p Said composed oftwot tiwhcht laSlt don the waters of 1 nCreekJn Bath County n J i 3ct Bthe center 01 t reek opposite two I blackUocuSJson the east bank ga 44marke7a pointers now corner ff with A form minJJ trbackatAontheplat thenceN29t 245 near a foreandvXt sugar tree at B thenccN 31 E 226 poles to near and south of a linn at C thericeJN 471E 18 poles tonear a foreand aftbuckey eat Dthcnc N45 E58pole to aSugartree stump withValkeratEI thence N441 W r the center of Hinkstori Greek opi jfKJBite a linn and sugar tree mark I edasp ipatIthence up th as center i r of the creek being the line S 52M W 245poles S 57J W 12 poles i Ss 88W35 poles N 80i W C 17pleslI63 W 432 r to in the center of the creekJ at G thence S 28 WAt Lpoles to in the center of f at H thence N3 W 4 poles S 1 1 polesS5 polesrN S761 E32pol sS61iE 20 tf poles S34 E24 pores to the beJ+ acresgmnllngOIltalmng t ty r2dtracts7 fBeginning at a stone corner to Julia Walker and R Utterback f thence lir SW 14 poles to a stake ott in the center the road thence N8 E20poles to a stakejthence N 391 W 85 poles to a stake at theqceS iW58polestonear tT t Ix sj hgblue ash thenceS47i W19 + poles to near and south of two 3 t 1 inns thence S 3U W 237 pole w yw tf too sugar tree thence S 29JW 249 poles to and mHmkston s Creek thenc eS23E255pol es t1 in the creek thence S 43 W 67 Nj cM r beginning3ti1 a of i Its 159 acres 2 roods and 8 poles oft land in the entire boundary requirednP if i1 t lf llJltY for the payment of the t1 purcnase nioney tohave the for e i 3 r 1ndefectofareplevm bOnd bear 5t4 1J ge 1n the day of bale C0r4lDgtoJaBld dens to corn ltr ly with these terms A lien will be retained on the land sold J isIBond able lothe Master ttttJ Commissioner D1W DO JBTT M CB C C t P John AJ Judy Attorney S Jtftti srr ffyi1i7t It f f t 1 6Anyi 1 1 jri Ii1 1ll1 1iI y 7t if t tOt r f S tl Jl itTtr r t ftl t r T I tJ l t t J I i 1 V ti k 1 j 0 t ilf 4 t rn4Y ya f l yl rr1r a J4 r fr f ITI ll Stiitunioiit of the Fimmciai Condition of Batli Comity Ky April 1 1910 i TURNPIKE FUND RECEIPTS Balance in Corn sioners hands zlErrorBalance in Treasurers hands 49NetRatliff levy 1909 11679 77 EXPENDITURES Amt TrSinking v 275 00 Amt paid Turnpike bond and coupons Jan 1 1910 1562 16BalanceBalance in hands of Treasurer Apr 1 1910 35 49 12124 07 12124 07 GENERAL EXPENSE FUND RECEIPTS Balance in Treasurers hands Apr 1 1909 7602 06 Netrevenue collected of C S Ratliff levy 1909 14915 76 Amt collected of Leslie Shrout 9 11 Amt collected of Leslie Shrout 3 31 Amt collected of H J Daily 10 00 Amt collected of T H Brown 300 Amt collected of Leslie Shrout 3 24 00rAmt collected of John Fitz 4 86 Amt collected of Leslie Shrout 1178 EXPENDITURES Amtpaid by Sheriff See list below 11385 60 Amt paid by Treasurer See list below 11044 25 Balance in hands of Treasurer Apr 1 1910 158 30 I Y22588 15 22588 15 POORHOUSE FUND l RECEIPTS Balance on hand Apr 1 1909 307 60 Amt collected of E Q Wells 187 04 EXPENDITURES 85Balance494 64 49464 LEVYeRECEIPTS 33n r E PENDITURES1 Amt paid JJ Lacy Bond Commi sioner 558 38t i 558 38 j 558381 Jl i ti H q 1 f J LACY BOND COMMISSIONER 19t1St ji i CPT Dec 28 J W Shankland Treas 300000 Dec 28 S C jRatliff Sheriffs 4981 60 r 1908EXPENDITURES Dec 28 Weii Roth Co 1bertDeitrickr 798160 798160 7981 60 i BATH COUNTY TURNPIKE SINKING FUND 1908 RECEIPTS 27600e3 Refunded on express 35 lL L Coupon 2000 38O0eCouponsMay 2250tr 2250 EXPENDITURES j pr 1 Farmers Bank Interest 1334- pr 1 Express on L NJJond 54 JNov 1409 2 42 Excess of Receipts C 64296 67335 673 35 ASSETS York City Bond 1917 cost 1064 25 I rLIABILITIES Note due Farmers Bank Apr 1 1910 421 29 Net Amount in Sinking Apr 1 1910 64296 F INDEBTEDNESS OF BATH COUNTY APRIL 1 1910 Turnpike bonds outstanding 27000 00 Refunding Bonds outstanding 15000 00 J 42000 00 2GnApr 1 1910 158 30 20179BalanceApr 1 1910 642 96T 1119 31 Debt less cash on hand Apr 1 1910 40880 69 CLAIMS PAID BY CUbiIi OUT OP TURNPIKE FUND SDMaze 410 EQ Wells 200 I1B Cline 650 001JEQ Wells 3500 04bR ckett3050Ja-mes Steele 59 00 GWKerr 26 50 AD Burns 27 00 John A Daugherty 10 oDSGilvin 6032 am Maze 4108 t 1 y trrtii rsy 0James0 0 0Ike0 3 Tincher Bailey 2110 Jasper Whitton 111 97 James Hickey 276 75 J Pat Hickey 475 09 Lee Goodpaster 62 20 George Goldy 33 85 C Pat Hickey 27919 Cabe Snedegar 30 00 Sam Maze 34 33 Elias Highley 72 70 Harry Metcalfe 16 Omar Ratliff 32 77IS ER Stone 1 00 S j 1 i 0 r j ijtr 7 f rn tJ n rt1 l IGoorffo Goldy1 103 02 Will Rodgers 55 15 Ray Goodan 1 50 J W Shrout 3 0 S D Maze 3564 Robert Nixon 9 75 Hickey taro 599 Lee Goodpaster lt17 80 Williadgers1G0 85 George Goldy 44 57 Press Barnes 149 75- D S Gilvin 89 GS lames Goldy 22 Farmers Bank int coup 561 Will Rodgers 153 Pat Hickey 197 89 James Couchman 131 Ike Bailey 95 75 Julius Bailey 50 00 Alfred Steele 195 00 W L Young 10 00 87G12 00 D S Nixon 56 60 W J Ratliff 3 00 Henry Tincher 97 50 Cabe Snedegar 70 00 Jasper Whitton 111 05 Jasper Whitton 38 00 George Maze 81 O Elias Highley 229 80 Ashly Bashford 105 00 Will Rodgers 40 50- Dawson Tapp 43 02- Al Burns 78 70 J W Highley 52 00 Hickey Bros 192 00 S D Maze 46 Tincher Bailey 141 40 Cabe Snedegar 29 60 Oscar Palmer 250 00 George Maze 92 50 Elias Highley 86 05- RohtNixon 29 00- R S Cross 24 00 W H Rodgers 91 30 Oscar Palmer 330 00 Jas Hickey 260 00 Dawson Tapp 119 19 A D Burns 59130 Henry Tincher 50 04 Robt Nixon 181 25 Ashby Bashford 91 00 W H Rodgers 91 05- S D Maze 2359 Jasper Whitton 74 50 Hickey Bros 6G 10 Jas HickeyI 247 50 Thos Ryan 2 50 Robt 189 51 Hickey Bros 50 00 Jas Couchman 110 75 Dawson Tapp 62 CG Tincher Bailey 36 00 Jas Staton 851 18 Julius Bailey 2 00 Cabe Suedegar 5 00 Cabe Snedegar 114 40 Alfred Steele 33 00- T S Shrout t l 10100 W H Rodgers 38 00 L C Gudgell 45 50 JasperWhitton 226 D S Gilvin 140 95 Jas Staton 6210 Jas Hickey s 30- JohnA 00 C1 8 75 Dawsod fl 6- 4Farirs 04 BanI 123 33 SJ Ratliff salary 1000 00 Total 10170 16 CLAIMS PAID 3Y SHERIFF OUT GENERAL EXPENSE FUND LEW OF 1909 Luther Cassity 2 days r w 3 00 Ed Myers 1 day r w 1 50 John Roberts 1 day r w 1 50 Elijah Green1 day r w 1 50 Gran Stull 2 days r w 3 CO TIliatRazor Hardware Co acct 68 Omar Copher 1 day r w 1 Mary E Green 2 days r w 300 Jake Ginter 1 day r w 1 50 John T Shrout 1 day r w 1 50 Allen 6 days r w 9 Ed Carrington 2 days r w 300 Saml Wills 2 da and nails 3 50 Wm Karrick lumber 7 00 Wm Snedegarlumbernails 11 Rose Run Iron Co lumber 2 Wm Jackson lumber 1 Leander Wells 3 days r w 4 Sam Maze 2 days r w 3 00 Dave W Shrout 6 days r w 9 00 J A Johnson li days r w 2 25 Jont Norris 1J days r w 2 25 Henry Sorrel days r w 4 50 W H Lewis if days r w2 25 F M Rice 3 days r w 4 50 Everett Barber 3 days r w 4 50 Mrs Harry Cpyie e rOB 5 00 J W M Snedegar lumber 10 64 A R Alfrey account 6 00 Jas P Staton 6 days r w 9 00 Wm Purvis 6 days r w 9 00 Mit Davis 5 days r w 7 50 Steve Warner2 days r w 3 00 Sam Shultz 4 days r w 6 00 John Mcllvain 5 days r w 7 50 John Scott 2 days r w 3 00 Dave Hawkins fc day r w 7b J 13 Stone J day r w 75 Alf Ginter 1 day r w 1501 Chess Ginter 2 days r w 3 00 Wash Talbott 1 day r w 1 50 J J A Eden 2 days r w 3 00 J Sam Stone i day r w 75 J John Whaley 1 day r w 1 50 J W Snedegar days r w 4 50 F W A Snedegar 4 days r w 6 00 Bert S Johnson e r09 5 00 R J R Crockett e room 08 5 00 J B W Nixon 2d qr salary 25 00 B Riley Ingram lumber 34 00 J M C Coyle 2 days r w 3 00 J Rose Run Iron Co use of 0 M C Coyle 3 75 J Wm Hart lumber 8 04 Hamilton Spencer 1 day rw 1 50 D Barnett 2J days r w 3 75 A W Walden 1 of salary J Board of Health 100 00 J S Ratliff account 275 00 A Thos L Jones account 52 00 W Electric Light Co acct 25 00 Thos J Allen account 20 00 W D Bailey accountI 14 98 W C Ginter account 8 00 M Estill account 5 00 T Slesser account 75 28 T t iUaP i fr Y fffJi J srrp X 1r tWt I HI 111111 Jackson Estiil acct 20 50 John Wright account 14 50 Frank Brown account 33 C Algin Trimble account 4 0 V F Mark account 2 95 Ie S Ratliff account 4 20- i W S Gudgell account 5 5 Dr JA Stucky account 25 0 John W Hbnaker acct 47 0 S V Johnson account 102 0 E L Barnes account 72 5 J L Hess account 18 00 SGohn T Kimbrough acct 109 92 40ohn 1C Richards acct 26 70 40oons Pieratt Co acct3 15 Burbridge Ratliff acct 1 15ohn Sharp Son acct 62 R B Brother account 5 W R Stephens account 168 Oscar Palmer account 50 00 Peters Bros account 28 14 E H Brother account 168 55 T M Perry Co account 9 50 E L A T Byron acct 19 84 A H Dawson account 13 90 Bath Home Tel Co acct 74 R S Cross account 101 Ed Bailey account 71 Ky Culvert Mfg Co acct 487 J W Lane account 48 J W Maze account 67 Isaac Shouse account 12 40 Dr II J Daily account 10 00 Dr I W Jones account 10 J R Brother Co acct 77 Sam Jones account 630 Drs Daily Clark Jones r8and Gudgell accts 100 00 Leslie Shrout clerk acct 790 30 J P Gopher account 91 Wilson Williamson acct 50 Mrs Tom Campbell acct 25 00 J W Clinkenbeard 5 days in Court 15 00 N H McLoney 2 days 6 00 Joe Williams 2 days 6 C J Myers Com work 12 Ely Craycraft 2 days r w 3 00 Wm Carpenter 2 days r w 3 Thos Reffitt 4 days r w 6 G Wash Spence 4 days r w 6 Walter Griggs 3 days r w 4 G W Highley 4 days r w 6 00 G W Highley bridge lumbr 3 00 Robt W Toy 5 days r w 7 50 Ashly Bashford days r w lumber c 12 50 Geo Craig 3 days r w 4 50 Mart Jackson days r w 3 00 Millard Staton 1 day r w 1 Ambrose Ulery 1 day r w 1 Sam Crooks 3 days r w 41 Nesbitt Satterfield 3 days r w4 Hawes Oakley 2 days r w 3 Lee Rutherford 2 days r w 3 Clark Shultz 6 days rw 9 00 Buford Cassity 8 days r w and building bridge 22 00 Walker Cassity 6 days r w 9 Bob Carpenter 1 day r w 1 John Sponcel 2 days r w 3 Bethel Carter 2 days r w 3- G5 Lafe Stull 2 days r w 3 Floyd Stull 1 day r w 1 50 Ed Anderson account 3 00 Edmund Wells account 850 Anderson Hendrix acct 8 Willie Stone 1 J r cv 1 MCoyTeTcIajFrw 150 J W Shankland 2d qr sal 12500 Dr JJLettbn 4 salary 50 00 T S Shrout account 55 50 5of0 com 0n Leslie Shrout same6 ocr N H 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