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county by a t about 150 Try 400 majorityi shoes 1 t 17 LD BROTHER w N Come and see Slessers ladies 7Li Hobby suits 14itf r I lf 2 ound City paints wear longest and look best T M PERRY Co V Come and see Slessers mens and boys overcoatsand suits 14tf Ladies misses and childrens I underwear 4 17 LD BROTHER Hunting is prohibited on our ItJands ROSE RUN IRON Co 1 1719 t Bring your poultry eggs and c rw furs to Hart Coyle and get tho- r highest cash price A daughter named Mildred Patterson was born y Peed and wife Nov 5 I will beat Salt Lick Saturday ta Nov ie to collect your taxes r N+ A COLE BARNES D S B C 1 t e Ladies misses and childrens V cloaks at the lowest prices f t I 41 U 17 L D BROTHER o r x rr Come and see Slessers beauti I Iul line of ladies and men s f shoest 14tf Justr Iw ro e r toi4 1 r 7 0 il1 TO 1 f r fl l Jf l J t4 e i lfe ir I tf to J o 177 4l y r i4 r0 dfW J t a f a K1 7L itr sTr l r J tI JIt t 4 r IWr 1 1 r t r0 i M4 Ci 41 i t 1r1 I i t ir Jtii j 1a JIp f t J1n lo r fvJ 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up a little now after her long illnessIevangetClarence G McAlister earn e overfro I ington Monday to vote Tuesday Omar Barber came up from Louisville Wednesday of last week to until after the elec tioniRoe Norris and wife and Ern est Ellington of near town and Squire Richard Bailey of Forge Hill left Tuesday for a visit to Rosenberg Texas John B McKinivan who is in the Good Samaritan Hospital at Lexington being treated is get ting along very well His sister Miss Eva was down from Salt Lick Saturday to see him John Scott and wifeof Mt Sterling Andrew Minihan wife and three children and Henry W Scott of Lexington Teddy Mini han of ML Sterling attended the funeral of Henry Scott Sr Saturday Stetson and Swan hats 17 L D BROTHER Come and see Slessers nobby ladies fur and cloth coats 14tf The shooting season for bob whites andthbits opens next Tuesday Comito batting brown arid blc chet islin ticking at Mrs Stills M KatlDtton were riedJSuriiw ldel G1Y1 ciQ g lr100H 1 i t l jy I 7 f f ftJJ Ii J ft f c 0 rJ i j i i f f 1 J r i i 5 i 8 tf6 i5 r j 5f r t T t g f t F A 7It t r f f rf t t 1A T tt tpAr a pt s y 1 T l t t S y f 4 ar-t a tH J l t Fk Sr Ift l X Ft r ri 4 j I ri 1i 4 Ira I 1 lR to i 74 fi I CLOSING OUT SALE On the first of January 1911 I will retire from the retail busi ness allII3 entire stock must 10 sold regardless of cost Sweeping reductions have been made on every article in my store con sisting of a large line o- fCLOTHING9AND SHOES CARPETS MATTINGS RUGS t All goods have been emit from 25 to 50 per cent Sale will begin SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 ED BALEY Y7IOF HENRY SCOTT SPr IDEATH October 27Hen ry Scott r of Lexington meta old acquaintance on the street in that city and the twcusat down together outdoors to have a long chat Mr Scott didnt get home until late supper time and was thoroughly After a short confinement to bed he went about the room However pneumonia- developed from he died shortly after midnight on the morning of Friday November 4 He had made 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4O tt tY t r r 1 0 tr I J = t I I 4a lOf o 7t 1rt A 4 tfLfi 4011 r iIt t k lJi 1 tf 1i i cr i lI t1 1 iU Jlt rl f ifttfrik1l r 4- TS jt ii 1 it J i yRtJ tt t i1t r i t 1 24 i tGbfr 1 f1FJ Yryr jl ft ioli s lii t 1 isYSF I tiP w r ea i x r y tjt I a ii r Ix a J i4 t t sX ss t ya t t 5- 55S Yfr t io i L 4W5j t F I B i r 1 if Ii+ tlf f l c tI d I AhL I t i I I t aTfr I HISTORICAL SKETCH OF I T REMARKABLE MAN t t d I Use of John C C Mayo the Man Who De t tsII veloped Resources of Eastern Kentuckyi l t Palntsvllle Ky Does the world owe snore to Its dreamers than its doers Tho men and women who have seen visions have ever blazed the path from I chaos to law and order With the I power of a loyal faith the doers have i followed the path and wrought out the I mighty feats of progress In our po I litical history tho precepts of the one d tS and the deeds of tho other are duly t j recorded within the halls of fame t But in our industrial history the lau 1iela have been few for the strong spirits who have wrenched from na t turo the comforts that we enjoy 1 This is a story of industrial conquest i f 250000 the Handsomest Places Eastern Kentucky toa q vr Zcjngged hills of Eastern Ken r aQaalike a romance and 4 uC- O rIsen from pov 1d Power In a Bpa e i t 4 may be spanned by the0 of a child It Is a story of a Ie whowas both a dreamer and a H taou unfzlghtened hy the vastness of- I aj J ndaun ted by tho dim- ShIs task Ii hi t 1aYO was born in PIkecf CM I fortyflwe years ago I I 1 hOncountynear- I P r through theJIfJ I later attended I Sr r bcollee at Millers f 7 J at thes to make rkfiras1n the 3 itathebeI 1 n l p n of thu t a 1 Jo i I the runondil I Jr t4 0 I q tp ir t h- j1id C I I b 0 I iF M g1 s ft I I i C UF eG T Jg1 i MI0 1eht 1 Ii t it 0 tu t tOO iIi i ht 4 s lt f f ti 1 o iIu4f aaa-ji I It J u da if tti sq 1ftj t 7 a u I 1 tr r 1 l ht hr 1fk t L t Ify- w i r j r 0 PI 4a j1J tt 0It 2i ia 4 j r itr i t c 0111 f 4 r- h t 11 pt 0 T 1 rrr jPIli j 0 Jr J A uts J h tr tfff fd1 a iI t t rIoto Vf11i t L tv2t t I L tre- lI J f z 4 iJ1s h z 1 ta1 rtI 4 r ir r 0 GVII Y 7a irW 0 pJ- I 45j I 1 t r I IltJ o c l 1 tt 11c0 i r + v f47AIfA i 1ht1ot eo a r a1 1 c 1 0 ta t Jv ux tq i V j f 1 1 f j a q ia t 4i jq A i Ir J v 1 oJJ o II 1 i r 01 ow Ia da4Z Ja ISZi J L 4E1 a ifjt 1 J ff azIjrs JI f v t a STo to I n ila 7a 1t i h1 i 1i 1 ro I iL J N jI Pqfi 1ftf I t sspif 1 I t 0i I J oj ir 1 rt tfr 1 a L v It jrH- af q uIi v JI 1 s 1j 1 J l c 4 i f firr t 1 la t i r i V 0 j J 0 I A 1f it I o t tft iaJ F il f 1 h t J 7d f t 0 J il 4a 0 1n i rr Ij 1VIlj f 1 Ic irfw I 0 c r I4 i i tb h tc N 1 fi 2rr yv- da 1SN If1 I Eap If a 1 i4 f jf ta J j- ji1 4j J IC ff Si7r t4aiijb 1 i t hs n a lq 4 IJ I I 3 a It is said that Mr Mayo was frequent ly refused the most trifling credit not that his honesty was questioned but that his seemingly wild fancies had divorced the confidence of many of his acquaintances from him The penalty of tho dreamer Is ever the lack of the confidence of his fellowmen But once sure of the reality of his vision Mr Mayo obtained his options and started forth for his finan cia aid with the enthusiasm of a faith so strong that it could not but beget faith in others and among the capitalists of tho east a few short years ago htf found the assistance he need 1 Residence One of of ed From this point of tho story Mr Mayo ceases to bo a dreamer and be comes tho doer With rare acumen and untiring energy he organized com panies pierced the mountains with his sh 1t and brought forth the wealth of coat ihat his dreams had pictured there In fouK years he had risen from an obscure schoolteacher with neither money nor credltl va multimillion afro and one of tb nations greatest captains of Industry The acquisition ofa large fortune by a small man ua misfortune to all concerned but rappUy Mr Mayo was too big to be srolled by success He still moves amoi iB his old friends and neighbors with t he same spirit of dem ocracy that m3ttAdT 1I As they loveto p John Mayo His first place in hi Ik f t a ir I f t 1 f i t i L t t I tofItf a t f tt fa 5I r 4t o s I S a 4p 4 a r t 2 i s1 of J I i bI4 4 j I I I 4 f r v h4 t t5 i i f J d t 1oI 1 1 Va1t r r0 rIp 0 i t Ci s 0 tW3 4 hjI i 1 ir7 f V fles f t r i i j lrtl e ii f f ti SiS f f fte trt i Jt o g y o JT ef1 trrlL t Ii 1t jf lIl ftr4Sip i iflI1 i t amA trSS f i SS 1 t i rzr fl f F i 2 st 2 i J I AXLE OF AUTO BRQKE Roosevelt Auto Deals Out Death and Injuries Now YorkWhen John Ellis Boone velt a cousin of exPresident Room velt lawyer attempted to drive his automobile ahead of one driven by Henry Sanderson a broker while the two each acccmpanied by friends were racing the forward axle of Mr Roosevelts car broke the car whirled In a halt somersault Into the ditch and then skidded OF the top of the ton ceau for fully 10 feet Alexander E Elibcl Mr Roos velts chauffeur was Instantly killed John T Sill had both arms broken George H Robinson sue tamed a fractured rib and possibly Internal injuries and Mr Roosevelt who was knocked unconscious by tho fall from the overturning car had his head and face badly lacerated PLAN 1911 EXPOSITOIN Knoxville TennAt a recent meet- Ing of the directors of the Appalach- Ian exposition the capital stock was increased to 220000 and they decided to hold another exposition in 1911 The exposition held this fall was successful from a financial and every other standpoint and has already resulted in materially increasing tho prosperity of Eastern Tennessee Wore Dead Mans Hat Columbia Ga Wearing the dead mans hat Bob Jlles a white man 63 led a posse into the woods and showed them tho body of J Thomason of Phoenix City Ala A bullet hole back of the ear showed how Thomason died Jiles was arrestcoN hen one of the posse stated that ho sav Jiles fur lively toss a pistol into some bushes The pistol was found one of Thom asons sons identifying it us his fath ers Jiles was charged with the murder First Mexican Derby Mexico CltyThe first Mexican derby for a purse of 8750 was run in the presence of a crowd estimated at 15000 The race was under the aus pices of the Mexican Jocfcey club Star Eyes the entry of T R Crump won his time being 245 Gore entered by Amor Brothers was second Tecoac property of Gov Landaly Jcecandon ran third The second derby will take placo in November 1911 Out of Work Shot Himself PhlladelvhlaDlscorrased because acq to mar jy Miss Nellie Calahan on Thanksgiv Madtdockhead when riding in a stret car with her and died alit1 Instantly Mad jjlockf pleaded wjsv to end her life w bjand l f1orerus d lVtl Id 4 SS f 4 t SS SS J f g e p5ee 4 St iSS a 5S 5 f i r 55 5IS f 5S o kLS SS4f4 I r 45 V 75 755 LSi fii SSThS5S I glS jtC1J JX FJ2 5S5 555S i i f itru5rs4 yr n IEVERY LITTI EBIT HELPS SETTLERS HELD UP NINE RANCHERS HELD ON REMARKABLE CHARGES BY FED ERAL GRAND JURY INSANE ASYLUM A WEAPON One Homsteader Is Said to Have Been Railroaded to Institution After the Ranch Owners Had Destroyed His Home and Machinery Omaha Neb Indictments returned by the federal grand jury against nine ranchmen of western Nebraska were made public The indictments charge conspiracy to drive from their claims homesteaders who took sections of semiarid land under the Klnkald homestead law The men named In the indictments are Perry S Yeast his son Frank W Yeast Leslie J3 Ballinger M C Hubbel Emil Andecson Wlllmot Z Emerson Harry Sut5ThOOnG 1 Hawthcrrne and Dr Hat luff Doctor Hurt and S rmm bers of the Insanity ti indictment alleges t splracy CJ Davs land wanted by ti found insane and a The specific mentlonedj Ve that y SSS5e t a f 4SbS 44 5 q SISS 4a- s5zL j s4 S F c 555S5js S- S5SS tVS 5S t- fl f 4 t I a f ti J AIRSHIP Will CARRY MAIL GOVERNMENT GIVES A PERMIT FOR FIRST TIME Aviator to Bear Passenger Letters From Outgoing Liner to New York Post Office Washington For the first time in history the United States gOY ernment has given its sanction to the transportation of the malls by an airship jPermission was granted by Post master General HltchcJck for J A D McCurdy to carry the United States malls in this manner from the outgoing transatlantic liner Kalserln Augusto Victoria to New York next Saturday when that vessel la fifty miles at sea The man pouch which McCurdy will carry from the liner to the New York post office will contain loiters from passengers of the steamship for transmission to different parts of the worldThe only condition imposed by the postmaster general on this first sane tioned transmission by aero llaneotUnited States malls is that the wit teja of all such letters so transmitted havo notice that the mall la to eropIane kconditiou the goy aflreuponsibll ItSS Ip to the r c iRAGEDY if1 1 ss f X H r F 1i Sj 1 5555 5SSS S5 4i S5S t Sj 1i t i t Sr 5S S J t i V i J p i2Se w iflJf ff LA AJNJ f t J ijdi I rKENTUCKY I GLEANINGS IITHE COMMONWEALTH I W VISITED SIX TOWNS Robbers on Motorcycles Secure Loot Over Considerable Territory Danville Burglars mounted on motorcycles made a raid of six small towns in Doyle county covering a stretch of 34 miles James Lee a merchant at Eubank 30 miles south of Danville was the heaviest loser the desperadoes secur ing 800 In cash The postoffice at Morehcad was robbed of 90 in cash and several hundred dollars worth of stamps At Shelby City tire burglars broke a shut ter of the postoffice building and were frightened away At Junction City the robbers were shot at by n young man who occupied tho second story of a building At Danville they attempted to break into a restaurant on Beaty avenue but were frightened away Louisville Five persons were in jured when the new seven pRsenger automobile recently purchased by the fiscal court turned turtle two miles beyond Jeffcrsontown The accident was due to a punctured tire The au tomobile ran over a tenfoot embank ment and pinned all of tho occupants beneath It H W Stone chauffeur was the most seriously Injured having his left shoulder dislocated besides headhdOwensboro The steamer Nashville went aground on the French Islandbar for 24 hours The Lucille Nowling which passed the Nashville soon after the latter hung on the bar took all her passengers and freight and went on down the river Jit SterllngDrJB HCoYloawidely knqwn furniture dealer and property oWner is dead at 55 years of age Jn a wreck on the Louisville Nashville railroad last June he was injured about the spine and gradually grew worse CRITICISES THE LAW Higher Court Says the Remedy Lies In the State Legislature Frankfort Although criticised as a harsh law tho court of appeals upheld the statute giving the furnisher of ma terial for a building a lieu on tbV build ing not withstanding the fact that the owner of the bnfldIn had pad the contractor forthe materlal fA l c Z 4Y ISft r 11 0 f Z l is y f 3J5yfi gffo Jt 4 A t j 2 1L2iZ 1zS 1 55rSSS5 i r i r d 5S j tf WA r55SS aS 5a r- S ier j5S 55j4SSt i 170 L it iJ DISTILLER REPORT 1 fState Auditor insisting on the Lept o Preparation of the Papers I Frankfort When State Auditor games complies his tax list for 1910 of the report of distilled spirits bo will have on his books a fair cash value of every barrel of whisky produced In Kentucky a value of what It would sell for at a salo Some of the distillers are ve17obsUnateandi do not care to make this report Auditor James has had to sendthe list back to some of them several times and will Invoke the law if the distillers do not make out the report or list In acScordance with the Kentucky Statutes The distillers see what Is coming oft They know that James purpose is to get information that will lead to an In crease In their assessment The whis ky Is assessed now at 510 a barrel al though the fair cash value is placed on much of the whisky at 30 a barrelSSome estimates run as low as 250 a barrel and this makes James laugh Hodgenville Citizens of Buffalo were given an opportunity to subscribe for stock in the proposed Glasgow Hodgenville electric line More Wan 2000 was subscribed and this one town alone promises to pass the 5000 mark The road will If carred thrpqrh as now proposed touch the Lincoln farm and eventually be linked with the proposed road from West Point to Klizabethtown thus giving a direct line into Louisville Louisville Lieut Col GeorgiiJ ZInn one of the most noted engineersS connected with the United States gov ernment and who formerly was erg fc neer in charge of the Louisville lie trict has been transferred to the Chi cago district and will superintend the building of the Chicago harbor the largest and most important problem before the war department with the 4exception of the Panama canal Atlanta Within a few weeks of lib torb after serving more than fonr years of a flveyear sentence in the V federal prison Henry H Davis of Ken tuckr was Wiled when ho tell from a rjscaffold around the new adralnlstra tlon building at the prison a distance h of fortyseven feet Davis ww con fvlcted counterfeiting PaducaH Goodbye dear I dont jnfeel very well tonight perhar onlI be following my coffin to thoeimoteryq tomorrow were the parting wordsof IfDr F F Duley to Miss Maud Cunv lnlngham fiancee as he left hir home JHe suffered a fatal hcmorrhngein a f few hours I Kentucky Intelligence I d BcattyvHlcNewB reached here or itire death of 1 iHuger iSu New ng aJeg1 aJd1UoIiYW J tVlItSJ J 0 ffhcfldoro H Deddcns jaS 1 4 tto Ja t or f 4S j S i rI SSI J 1 1 t f a J 4 7 tr5 I 554fl 4 ii iEcf 01 Ii H f4Ir 1 f t it ro tjJ 7 11 r 1 Sv 4otr s 4 t J Tj 1fW Ji7 Os h it i J t r SS5c t 5SS p pS S5S t i r I y 4 JJ st- t t5t f 55S 1 tttn 1 SYNOPSIS Archibald Tcrhuno a popular and In r rerRto the estate of hli Aunt Georgian with an income of 133000 a year on condition n that he becomes engaged to be married within ten days Falling to do 10 the jd legacy will BO to a third cousin In Amer teL The story opens at Castle WYckotr where Lord Vincent and his wife friends of Terhune are discussing plans to find him a wife within the prescribed time It I seems that Lady Vincent Is one of seven r tenons named Agatha all close girlhood chums She decides IV Invite two of them to the ensile and have Archie there aaI one of the guesta Agatha Sixth strikes tt Archie as a handpalnted beauty Agatha First Is a breezy American girl Lady i Vincent tells her husband that Agatha Sixth already cares for admiasionthatfrom Agatha Sixth the she cares tor him but will require a r months time fully to make up her mind Agatha First neglected by Terhune re selves attentions from Leslie Freer Four s days of the precious time have passed when Terhune Is called to London on business Agatha First on the plea of sickness excuses herself from a motor a t trip planned br the Vincents Later they see Agatha First picking flowers with a strange man The Vincents discussv Agathas seeming duplicity The follow ing day tho party visits the ruins of an f i old convent Terhune continues his at s tentions to Agatha Sixth 1 CHAPTER VI Continued c Freer had returned front his visit ti to the ruins and was oudeavorlng to F s Interest the rest of us Arch and Agatha Sixth and Dearest and my self to a dissertation upon rosewin fr 3l dove when Agatha First Interrupted I us by running up and exclaiming ir Do Como and see the waterfall overV+ V Town to the road with something or kris other from the spread where the au tpmobllo and the chauffeur awaited t 0 ti our return A waterfall said Archibaldt 4Dear me How Jolly Lets go and see ItComo on then cried Agatha y f1Firsts pausing and looking at him t s expectantly Ho roso obediently but r before bo could more than utter the Words Delighted Im sure Agatha I t Sixth had risen also and was now p r y 4confronting him as she coldly and I naughtily reminded him that he had f promised to go and look for wild vitowers with her It was putting theft ti adJno excuseo r cIt sequent behavior A tactful speech vrmld have saved the day but that t I II tkl g perrerao about him which 4yhaa MUL eosimoa with mo r wa Waatmos n 1I41 Lpr r i0 f JYII J IfIo l t d- lt i t tt y 1 t t 0I 0 I 1 t t yh ri Ylvr tt a 5U J t4 t0 14 II 2t t P f I iI4 i x 1 t rYl r 1 it tdTti + or j J t tf J IJ t j fl I i o f f t 1 f f t 0 f 1 l4 tt4 ofJ l 4 of r r 1 r 4 t i tp 4 6i 1 t Lt Jl r ti ti rl 4 tl f J Jq e J I 1 I + 1 f 1 Jt t Jt i p 1 4o+ t1r ti Ay r I r J t V ttoJl f yv i 1 lrt1f4th r r n i yrjj 1 r Or t t i I y t f jI 1 a j 4t IJ i L + t t r wfjN4Nv t fYyryJ = Jt ryq a4 t Po X t r 1r p + er ywh1 1t 10 t t jJ 4I i f ri s Irp ya to r riq r v 1JIr11 f t i IVj J 1jfItJ t iIi t t l r f l rT f V iot t y jt- r r I1 oitrlih1ti i I SAprJ fI v htth I f i i 1Ir I tJ1t 1l If lt f Jclot t r to 6t 1 1 fI fii 1OIr arV t y r 11 t r Mif411 J r tof 4 I ntv ff fk r 1tJC J r + r t 0J t 1t1 J tt41t i r 1 3 iw 1 tooo fr tJ qr 1 iK3NUI t yi hI t1a t + t i Of 1 t t 1 if J 01r I l Lrh o or tfri y 0 v i t tvJ MiJ r y + 1cr My wife and I left alone sbo broke at once into lamentation Her plans were all going astray she declared Matchmaking was perfectly horrid and she would never no never un dertake It again As for Archibald sho gave him up She couldnt uuder stand it at all Why couldnt he make up his mind which girl ho wanted and stick to It A man who only had ten days In which to choose a wife had no business to go on as ho did Why shed never get him married and hed lose his fortune But that wasnt the most Important point to be considered by any means What bothered her most was that poor Agatha Lawrence had fallen In lovo with tho marplot and so far as she could seeand this in spite of her host efforts the poor girl was des tined to loso him after all O it was really too bad Torhuno was too too trying I must really speak to him and find out what he meant by playing fast and loose like that I give you my word Pre seldom heard her go on so about anything She really felt distressed by the unaccount able and rather mysterious color our matrimonial project had assumed and was much concerned for Agatha Sixths happiness The other Agatha we did not seem to bo as interested in somehow as she had neither a husband or a fortune at stake with which to enlist our special sympathies Attar all Wilfred she said heav lag a deep sigh the course of truelove never did run smooth Nor yet the course ot truo match making I answered and we strolled down the side of the little hill where tho picnic had been to go and look for wild flowers ourselves i CHAPTER VII k was on the return trip to the cas lItthat I found an opportunity to talk vt r tlcntly thars just what yoafn dota I should think you could see ytmn jeopardizing your chances with Agatha Sixth every time you so much as glance at Agatha First andreallY when you consider that youve asked tho girl to marry you and are supposed to be awaiting her answer with all a lovers Impatience it doesnt look well It doesnt really What do you want to do it for anyway I paused In my tirade but he made no motion to answer Why Its plain loony of you I exploded In my Irritation For a man in your position its post lively suicidal to tool the way youre doing I shouldnt wonder at all If Miss Lawrence refused you eventually and then tho game would be up indeedWhat gamer said Arch If you please Just as If ho didnt know what I was talking about Why your aunts property In Au stralla I bellowed In his ear You cant inherit It if Agatha Sixth wont marry you can you Cant U ho said simply as if it didnt matter at all and I nearly lost my patience How could you I returned The times up in two days is it likely you could get anyone else to marry you in that length of time Ho looked tip I shouldnt care to marry anyone else he said I hap pen to care about her and his ex presslon was so earnest and sincere I had to believe him Well then for heavens sake make a little more effort to convince her that yo J care I advised but more gently and wo walked on in silence I broke it first as he didnt seem In clines to talk Honest old man I said I wish youd tell a fellow what youro up tol I hate to see you making a mess of this thing for no good reason If you didnt like Miss Lawrence it would be different But youre selfconfessed as to that and Its es pecially hard to boar when Dearest and I have been doing our very best to help you Tell me what its all about cant you Why will you per sist In running after Agatha Endicott just at this critical stago ot the game My dear follow ho replied Td tell you everything In a minute if there were anything to tell But there Isnt not a blooming blessed thing 1 deny your last statement however r A y 1r- f i 1t 1 f rROUND ff ABOUT iI THE STATE MOST IMPORTANT NEWS GATHERED FROM ALL PARTS OF KENTUCKY + H- MUSTERED OUT Order Given For Discontinuing the First Regiment K N G Louisville By an order received from Adjt Gen P P Johnston at Frankfort tho entire First regiment field and staff and the field and staff of the First battalion will be mustered out The reason given for tho action is that the First infantry Is composed in part of men who Kavo persistently failed and refused to perform their military duties The officers affected will bo murdered out by Gen Roger D Williams on November 11 Col Jams P Gregory Is at the head of the First regiment The order states that an election of colonel will be held before January 31 If the regiment Is brought up to the minimum strength HIGH SCHOOLS All But Fifteen Counties Have Com plied With the Law TFrankfort High schools have been established under the new law which requires that a high school be estab lisped In each county In the state in all but 15 counties and steps will bo taken at once by the department of education to have these counties con vert some school that they now have into a high school This Information was given out by Thomas W VInson assistant superintendent of public instruction with some statistics re garding schools under the new law The report shows that county high schools are flourishing and that they are being placed on a higher plane than ever before The following are the statistics Number of county high schools ap proved 110 number oT high schools established but not approved 31 number of firstclass high schools tip proved 99 second i third r nunv ber with the classical course scientific 31 English 31 mcderri lan guage 2 commercifjlt 1 IN OF MORGAN velled By Daugh deracy seems to be a J i uestrianjiltatue J hers of the Con tjrtJwlU not bo J f1ikreshlngout 1S r ry s x a t s r vVV7 y 6 1Er iJ = I fl7tfy i ay v v tt- ix3 + y y ta j 1 J L r o i r a e t s 2 7 t i72t 8I1 wr 4y r Jk f t BAt FIRE AT LONDON Lags r uxlmates 200000 arid In idlariom Is Suspected London An entire block in the bust ness section of London was wiped out by afire which started in a small dry goods store The loss Is estimated- at 200000 Among the buildings destroyed was the Catching hotel All the guests escaped without injury The blaze one of the worst that has ever occurred In a small town In Ken tucky is believed to have been incen diary in its origin and the police are investigating The authorities claim to have tangible cjews as to the iden tity of the criminal and an arrest is ImminentThe destroyed the postofflce and the offices of the United States com missioner The telegraph office was burned and communication destroyed Two do goods stores three groceries a restaurant the offices and libraries of eight attorneys and three physi clans the First National bank and small losses were added Tho total Insurance is about 75000 BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS Lexinjtcn City Council Practically Cuts Off Iv of Two Members LexingtonAt the meeting of the city council an ordinance was passed which provides that after January 1 1911 the salary of the chairman of the board of public works shall be 11500 as at present but that the sal aries of the other two members of the board shall be reduced from 100 to 9100 a year The ordinance eirpaw ers the mayor to decide which mem ber ot the board shall be made chair mai on January 1 The membera ot the board are W H Batcnran chat man f W H McCorkie and Al M Hacrleon Lexington had never had a board of public worts until the present board was splinted by Mayor Shale about two years ago After a years trial the mayor decided the board was not worth Its Vlarles and at his request the council passed an ordinance abolishing It The boards members however obtained a permanent Injunc- tIon restraining the coun thebardcil from abolishing until the expiration of the members four years term on the ground that under the constitution the could not be deprived of their offices during the period for which they were appointed Under the decision of the court the council whiR it can not deprive the owcen1canwhich is paid them and by the pass ago of the ordinance tonight pulls the financial props from under two of the members of tho board which it has tried so hard to get rid of by reduc ing their salaries to the nominal sum ot 9100 a year Ths reduces the hoar d to substantially the old status which preceded the creation of the board whei one supervisor of streets 1r00 t a year eWrm the dutic nY l tT i es S aa r 4 fJ u r X3 4ry f t j l i t t vr FJrJ S5 l 55 rtY T i 1r E t 1 41r NEITHER EVER BEATEN Football Game Thanksgiving Day Will Decide Championship Lexington The football season In Kentucky will end with the game hereon Thanksgiving day between Ken tucky State university and Central uni versity of Danville This game will decide the Kentucky championship and there l6a possibility that it will also be the deciding contest for tho Southern intercollegiate champion ship Neither of these teams has lost a game this season Louisville Attacked and robbed of her wages in the front yard of her home May Stewart aged 16 years was the victim of one of the boldest of robberies Just as sbfe started in the side gate of her yard a man stepper from the shadow and struck heron the top of the head She tell un conscious and was found one hour later Five dollars and a pocketbook were taken Miss Stewart told the police that a man had met her for several weeks shortly after leaving work and asked to accompany her home but she would have nothing to do with him Frankfort Secretary of State Bru ner issued a call for a statement of the condition of the state banks No vember if He expects to see the banks report a much better condition be cause they havo been putting them selves on a better basis by calling in their shaky loans Bruner thinks too that the examination of the banks will cause them to make a better showing JURY AWARDS DAMAGES Hopkinsvillc A novel damage suit Nashvillerretread was decided in the Christian Circuit Court when tho Jury awarded the administrator of James Reeves 2000 the full amount prayed for Reeves was killed by a train while he was intoxicated The attorneys for the plaintiff admitted that the victim was a trespasser on the railroad and that he lay down In front of the locomotive They allege however that a man saw Reeves danger had waved a red flag on the track and that the engineer should have heeded his warn lug in time to prevent the accident The case will be taken to the Court of AppealsHodgenvilleLeopold Oscarlei of New York has been chosen by the Lincoln Farm association to complete the landscape gardening at Lincolns birthplace here and is now on the ground Ho will through suggestions from Gov Folk Robert Collier and Richmond Lloyd Jones start at once transplanting a carload of shrub bT3entfrom the Frt to beautify the park Mr OscafleT jlllhe states be able to complete before severe weather ant hedves that the park ntabe In shaper du his ew memorial 5s I s JI4J Pi i oIf i r A j X ri if i tt i t i x a r tr + yr i r 0 J + J +r t C r jt t r i 0 r C t ti J fii r s t r f fju 0 11 JlfJ IJoJ hF f J r V Y C = YllI Jifhf lffAr ltc 7 rJ 1 r 1 4 0j JIJifrs rlr f J fffjJ1 j1f1 i 1 ico y f f n 1 p vi1c r i r rrI L jk I THE MARKETS r Po j f fJrl J r frCincinnati Live Stock I 7 OattleShippers 9485a6 butcLet tsteers extra good to choice 9450a5136 hollers extra 9485ao10 s r r f7 J good to choice 1410476 cows extra s r Itcanners440 extra 9450a466 Calre Extra t37 925 fair to good 725a9 HopI w Good to choice packers and butchers r11 J f830aS35 mixed packers I826a84f i lcommon to choice heavy tat BOW8575I iJa765 pigs 110 lbs and leu 95aSv SheepExtra 360a366goodtocholctrr3a3-40 drLambsExtra 6a810 year t llings 9375a475 r f t l trrPoultryHensens 10o lb ducks Me turkeys 15aR1 W iJgeese SalOc lb ButterCreameryrextras 33c firsts 31c fancy Ns 22c EggsPrime firsts 31c firsts r- r I28c ApplesGrimes golden 4a46 t brl Jonathan 250aS a brl Carrots rtS0a25c dozen Eggplants Home y ogrown 75ca1 a dozen Grape Dela ty tr r ware 15c pony basket Niagara 18o f ia4lal25 per bu PotatoesHomegTQt f a 185a2 brl Michigan and homegrown rx yeginlaa250 Pineapples flOaS Tomatoes Homegrown 160aL76a r jFlourWlnteOfan l1Y310a3aolowgrade 9240 200 spring patent 550a5S5 do fancy S47Sa510 WheatNo 2 red 92eit eSe No 3 red 89a92c No 4 81aS7c Corn No 2 whlto 61a52c No r f i t white SlaSle No 2 yellow fil aSZe r r No 3 yellow iila511hc Nor2 mixed 51 erl a52c No 3 mixed 61a51c Oat t No 2 white 34 a35c standard white x 34a34e No2 mixed 32a33c Hay l01 timothy 917GOal8 e2 lia r II1660 No1 clover mixed fNo1 clover Ill76al225 No2cloverL 31076all25 Malt Spring barley 87 t f 0c Barley No 2 spring 81ale No 3 j n s spring SOaglc RyeNo 2 80a8Icbn I No3 78aSOcbu r r Ss t 5 OCTOBER BUSINESS FAILURELjl V lf c The October record ot business faOrfcjj iurea as reported to R Q Dun 06 ftJshows the largest total ot llabilltlea of any one month of this year since Febcf mary and the largest October rotate In r since 1896 with tiie exceptIonol rlnumber of defaults howgy record fs not so unja tsr i number of failures In 1 1122 compared with lis 4rn s f11 87 In 1905 and 3 139 in 1907 r r The total of liabilities was i977rt fr 2 976 as compared with 912529362 lux v 1909 15988668 in 19082U90IIn 1907 91053714 ini 1906 and 8751t s- y 1 j 992 In 1903 The liabllltieB were only slightly greater than in 1903 j tr s when they totaled 918387567 Ths Si iiresult was mainly due to the large L number of defaults 3Itor niorethanip 1S 10 L Ifi tf 1f li i J I I J w r iit1 J rt1 u r YJ S x rt tr PI 1 Sit t i I tvrar l c v rt F y IJ 11 jfi f 1iZj5 IJ if V t II r wtF o 4 tJ r 4 4 F4 i yti- I tot r l I t o + f n 1t fSAj r iifi J I rt II a r f j4 7rY i qRr Ii9 tn RS Jt f1ltlrt r 1 Jo7 t lIiJ i i11 tJ tt jIi ifi i IJ r f 1t ula1 1 Jitt s t v fh 1 r e 1t sr lf 0 7 jtr 7fi Ji l J l i foJi fl Et 1it t a fj 1 y t t p 4 l 2 h y te r ki a SS fr il 6Y kt t i iw tSol via4 4 tc i I 1 t If 4q 21 fl t j J 1 il t p11 J til tq i i j I I 1lt i 41i l gL 4 tOOVItI r hLISUED VEEIi yJft t OWINGSyiLLE KY rt Entered according to Act of f ongress at the Owinftsvillc 1 iIostoIflce as secondclass Y t1 matter 1 1 j Tug OUTLOOKS subscription rates are as follows 1 0neyear One Dollar r 11 Siinoitbs Cents- Thrca5mohthsThrrtyiive Cents LImI T1llOVC1 any l j ou subscriptions oo mg a change i of address should give previous t j address When writing ahvayI5 us than Monday if possible when out of stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper r News matter of general inter est is welcomed bring it to us f without delay if you wish it in eiied dont wait until Tuesday r yv1 i1f 4he paper is no nor in three JLia CorrctTorbt ye only ssJ it news notices ot doai u o n g lI jt obituaries and verses Irt n Hne of five average words each o4 Sign your name to communica tt t tions or they may go to the waste eft 1 basket r Advertisers wishing a change I or discontinuance of ad should inform us the week previous to lay1Icommunications to JOHN W IIOAKER Owmg8vllle I Ky f t J n I THURSDAY NOV 10 1910 iS IS i j r I 2 HETTY GREENS son who has lCCfl the Republican leader in fTexas supported the chief Dem i nominee this election It I J 01 J 1the will now have his 0 jollify StateI p over a 1s t 0If I V I b 1 4 Interstate Commerce Corn tfssio decided that the increase i y tfreightratesby the LNIt Atlantje Coast Line and other l 1l L railroadsin the southeastern sec JustbJ t f taxes and prices of tTIaterial t 2and1abor The fiftycent dollar 1 f 4 lA S a condition ardzlbt a theory i 4 PtJ corn comfort to tIiini 1 mated and mon J J 1 0 ve are really t11 u astbQ 1 ti k 111tb J 1 1 i rJvJJIor I f tt t rA alt 4b+ a to to f i14 ir lr0 ap ktf J r iion s r f t J f5 4 f tt lf j ao J y f 1 io tF j t 1t I I 1ot tO A iIO 1 40 L Qj div y 3 a 4 vrtS j N tit Et j t t1 rt iv l i 1i 11 tt tl7t J Ift oI1 f jJ1tNJ r78i t t fb rt1 1ir r f f 7P c ts+ vi J f Jl o rt jf f j i 1i t 4 I 1 jOI OI 1Il vilt tr4 l i 15Ss S z rrr1 lz1df I JJ Itt i1 1 1jt if t rI e r Jf i It r I 3 Z t ir 5I 1 HJ11 j h 4r t1 7 1 4I Ih Az t feQit i i i J 4I 1 I J1 ttr0 1I f t J a555t i lt f Ir g Ut jrlJ t t1 tto i1 t4 I lf a t 1 S t S4- J i t jiSt f ft M i4 i i ri 1rjXf Ji i J1 p k4 v I t J loro Ii IftJO fJ i it1 t jt 1 I k J 1fO r d t Jtr4 It1 1 lji f l 7MiS i f5v554SAIS5fr i J l WtIl I 4 r 1 1 t C 2 1 tf t tf l1 J ItI H t i 1 4t0 t tt i fjro It r I yS J jI ft 1atd tl4 f o 0 Iy t X 1 t l ti7 fb I i tt ff I t 1Zr 1rbr1i OJ IJ t r fi 1 l 1os jl i p r tr i ot 1o ti v r T 4 tSt Iy Jtf h 1 f Jjt f3 o or 0 IiL lf ftjll 1 i1 itc r V I 1 i l t tt t t toti f1 1 twt1 5v1 Zr sL iy r t4lt 4 ioJ t S J1 LJ tJ l41 i I yJ fzy J w 1t fI 4ci l jf iJV t 0 cfoYi 1L t11 J i tj 11jI Oi 01 J 4J i tl t 1 rL Ni tj t1t t r Irltt t ljJ tr f e b ro f cr 1 1 1 r piop r w sn e l J i jI f t iJtWo fA t STS7s oo tf r t l r 4 ztcic 4Z l t rk Itt1 tr tIt it r tt 1 thti ri f j t cSi t o I II f tf fJj 4h p r 1 tt Jl Nt r v t 1 h r rInr r5Moores Fern AtchlisonMisses Minnie McGlain and Emma Otis spent from Saturday till Monday with Mrs Amanda Karrick and Mrs Jane Newman atSajt Lick r daughtcrrelatives at Midland one day lust week i daughtersAnna with Sylvester Davis and family at Golf ax dnughtcrMamie Jessamine county Rollie Jones and family of Roes Run spent one week with Albert Shrout and wife OlymDia Mrs J K Jackson was in Ow ingsville one day last week G W Young of a guest of son Clyde here SatUl1 day LoMrs Lizzie Williams was in Mt IIMrs Nellie Fitch and Miss An OwingsvilleFdda Algin Clark will move to the new dwelling of Herbert Costi gan Tuesday Rev Bradley the new M E interestingIEverybody remember next Saturday and Sunday arc Elder Battenfields regular appoint ments Mrs Martha Shultz is on the sick list also Mrs J P Copher M T Case and wife have OlympianSprings Crooks Bud Cassity of Farmers visit ed relatives here last week Willson Hendrix shipped two carloads of cattle to Wednesday Sam Lathram two cars of cattle Saturday Tipton or rar of Atchisonjl urday JHamsCole Jacksop wife at Oly pia Saturdi J Sunday JrenJ1o trI4JM t r rfi t I d 4 = 3p3SS 1 1f hj T tt tn7 tML 71 i tf5z4 tt0 I p i t 5 iy i i l J7 i i S4 lti pS iS t t 5t t iq i e I t S4 otj t f r 5SS ij S5J L j N r f J 1 r i lt t ew f lj- 1f s t y fqS5b5SVt I 1 f a tt1 i I r1 h tfd t f i pS c f1i 4 itjjof 4 1tl I S 1 Jc Ps 1 j y ir I= L j 19JI e t f S h Ji It lo i Yr i t rtJt i to J titfa- tIfr if y 1 1 1t 1 L i tl It IJ + tJ 1 A r= X 1 t 1 I i gs S5I I ap ll SeT fI ft i tJ SSr Jp I1 4S6fttt ijt1 1Ilfr s l t 1lSi i1 1 i iIy J jjt J r i f f t p TU7 I f e 7 4I i i lr V Yf f I Ir ISteIstonoI1rG Harve Carpenter las been very poorly the past week Wm Toner and wife spent Sunday with Mrs Frank Yong in Owingsviile GlayJores and wife spent n few days last week with L B Wilson and fam lyon White Oak Robert Thompson returnedThursday from Illinois and brought his aunt Mrs Andy Mas terson home with him She is very low with con9 mtionIJohn Montjoy and wife of Mt Sterling visited Henry Montjoy and wife also C B Reid and wife last week Isaac Ishmael and wife of Mt Sterling spent Thursday with FiA McQuithy and wife Mrs II S Bittinger has been visiting friends here the past week speitSaturdayand familyJurday in Mt Sterling Miss Artie Ragan spent from Saturday till Monday with her aunt Mrs N J Carpenter near Owingsville Wm Jones bought a cow and calf of Chas Harper for S50 i I tooDsS delayingfarmers ping The demand for mei not as great as wasjjxr cu J H Gillaspie hI 50 bbls of corn of Pressl or at 3 in the field- Turkey drivers rc making plenty of noise this week Harrison Conn sot nt barrels of corn to Miss Cor steele at Q v Somehow or otln a fellow always loses his voL Jen he votes for the man j cnjr to save the cr Miss Alice Sanders of near Flemingsburg is visitingt thefamily of Bert Sander R E Tipton wife d children visited relatives at aond last week- Rramblette Gi piftof Wades was here ai ffught anico mtbon Chief flu i JH Gil ospie for 15- 0MrsTN G and littleughter Virft ot Bourbon unty LltImet tJ1ftMJs Jr I r t C f J t4 iot 4 It j v Ii w 0 t S ta t1 ti 1 i tr f f r 15p5S f 55 4i Ii J ri 355sJ4 b jS 4 p 55 4siI Ii t 1 i X fSpps f 4 1 1 f i t E r v 1 l o t tjp lt i ti1tC l i e 4f I iJ t 0 sa- 55 tS a i r- I sF H f 1 tr SS i T SS I 4455p yrf 4t SS 4 5 Jim Coburn of Olive Hill came with Lila brother who is very ill to the hospital hero for treatments Judge Kimbrcll was in More head Wednesday The boys piled things lively on the night of the 31st nIt The Democratic band wagon was hero in all its glory Wednesday night Assessor T J Crouch of Preston was here Thursday John Phipps of Morgan coun ty was here ThursdayS W R Stephens is making a cistern at his brick house Miss Ona Daugherty is better Hugh Lowrcy has added a ver anda to his house f Wm Barton bookkeeper for the Standard Oil Co here made a flying visit to Pennsylvania last hapIpyJackson House for the present We congratulate Mr Barton and his goodlooking bride In an altercation between Wn aboeIseriously hurt Donohew with a hickory handle Win lies of Tuscola Illinois visited friends hero last week Mr Prater of Grayson was here Friday isL Maddox of Olive Hill was here buying lumber last week v W H Dooley was in Lexington ridayJ Fowler and J W Reeves are having stone walks put down in front of their residences Herna Bailey W R Bailey L K Bailey W D Bailey and Jes se H Bailey of Sherburne were here attending the Junior Order Friday night Lee Thompson of Montgom ery county visited relatives here Saturday Mrs Luther Dickerson return ed Sunday from a visit to her pa onts at Middletown Ohio Her uiotnor returned with her on a visitSG W KimbrelfT vworse Sun day andisaveryJU- DGED ny BY SYesI judge a mai he STbar1Wo55S 5fhCme olamanlVl I r i r f SSe s t rtr P l V t1T p Sj S 4S y4 i f 0 p iS C IS t 4 I Ss SS iS I a j 55 rpS rr kr rtr 4 iSf vSrPINGThricolutry her scholars about the sea sops and their peculiarities and to impress their minds with the upontheeral queries had been and IinJohnny she saidt have you been paying atten tion 1 promptlyHlm glad to hear it Now cah you tell me what there is in the springYesin I can but I dont want tot Oh yes you do Dont be afraid You have heard the oth ers Be a good boy now and tell springWyymum a frog an a lizard an a dead cat thereIthim do itExchange AN UNANSWERED QUESTION- embarassingincident town a few days ago which came near severing the friendship of a Smithanxious neighborseveral days said to her little sonf Run over dear and see how old Mrs Corhett istThe child darted from the room and was absent only a few minutes when he rushed up to his mother with a puzzled expres andblurtedMamma she said it is none of your business Why my dear what did you say to her I just told her that mamma wanted to know how old she was National Monthly TROUBLE AHEAD A tailor defendant in court seemed much cast down when brought up for trial Whats the trouble asked his counsel observing i is clients distress as he surveyed the jury men and wishing too him a little kindly encouragel tItlooks pretty bad me 4said the defendant uni some iaare taken to dismi it ju TtM new lot aint oJlch but II 1 tGIn U ithahar4 tculturalist 1511 bty 5S 555 S 5 55 55 55 5 +I f SS IN ApS SSt re i1i t SS c S f SS J- i 5S5S 55 SS SS fS5LSs SS 5SS-5S5- kS S 55 y t F SS JI r t2 ir ft ff i 11 v 1iau55vpIwiS Aii NOTiriNG TO PrpvENr A uputheman stepped forward to offer his services i buthebackCertainly It responded the I young tts woman gravclyLjppjn- c FAIII ExcII4IciJcant got my boy to do anything around the house problemour neighbor and our neighbors son runs errandsJor meINo ARGUMENT Id like to see the man I was afraid of It said sternlySo husband edging toward the door In fact I would like to shake his hand He save my life It declared the millionaire Hand me a fountain pen somebody Going to make out a check No going to recommend him for a Carnegie medal tt One man who was to make a speech said to another at dinner What had I better talk about do supposeAbout minutest was the reply I once saw a couple married in a den of lions tobeNo more than usual in the caseSay maw1t Yes solin- Where do mumps and measles go when I havent got cmV Commissioners Sale BATlf CIRCUIT COURT K H Worley Guardian c Plaintiff versus Notice of Jesse Worley Def f SaleJBy virtu a ami- order of sa t the Bath Circuit Court renc d at the October term 191mrc f in the abov cause the dersigned will on the 14th Dof NOVEMBER 1910 at 1 o ujck p m or there about bein Court DaYt pro ceed to offor sale at public auction to bijrhest bidder on a credit of nid twelvemonths at the Cor r mouse door in Ow the property men jtidnedin adgmenEvtoWit Said tLtt of land is qnpbsi1 1 1 rt kS 5S I 4S5tSS SSS 5SSSS t r SS t r 4 SS 5S J Z J S 55 i 5S 5S 5S ir 4 t T j f 4S- y i z 5S55SySSS + Jitp Ij r I d jiAI iI I iF1r 4 5 1 r f ilp j r SIELD BR D CLOTHI y KB IUU QDAinr BUT CUT V mMen Of Character Men who reafly care aboutStheir appearance alwayi telect t Shield Brand ClothingSStyle fit and individlvfv r arc all combined to produc e that air of distinction which marks the well dman Not too ratrcnitr not too coRjervative bUtjU3t rightSfor men oicriminttion rShield Brand Sulk and Ooercoats stand for the best workmanship the best fabrics rthe b styls ever produced for the prices j 1000 lTac LoweitS2000 theifighestS We arcwwayssaa to show you t E D Anderson Wyoming Ky d t 1iL rtuOAJr iSW SS Knit HI FOR SALE J4l HOUSE and GiACRE LOT rf i SALE Anyone wishing to move to town and expecting to keep ho tud cow and raise f thopasuid imkens and have the fiihe best school in It tT 5 4ISS S S 5t1 1 5S S I 55V p S S 4 e1 I k i NM t S4y 5 ISp tW4S1 SS 155j4SS rSsjw SS sS 45S 5sS iSSS t l 5 fl i tc 5 SS5S 4 StSSS W 5 5 f 5 S Sit