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C The tempeiWre last Friday was downrighwit The State Dental Association 11-- 44 0 WINGS V1LLK, KENTUCKY, T2SUILSDAY, HI AY 0. 10 12. NO. M. Don't Gamble y In Clothes! ',4"tf l,iaronco I'nvor tins in rnn f V tract for painftKthe Olympian t meets at LouisvillcMay See wood ad. of Rose Run Iron Co. elsewhere in this issue. Gtf Bargains in hats for the next two weeks at Mrs. D. S. Estill's. 27-2- 9. wagon breechand machine-mad- e ing, check lines blind bridles, collars, harness, chains, chain pipe?. &c. I can now fill orders for my SPRING SADDLES. Mail orders promptly filled. EUGENE MINIHAN, Owingsville, Ky. 111:111 T't Q V ! ll Ccl I i 1 -I is thu cst cnil,ed P,ow- - 1 navc tncR1 in a" s,zes' steel or w,ood l)eam at ,0W P"co-Hand TI lothos. 8 )f nvornsre knows HlMo about Ho likes the color-o- f the in brie, the cut of t ho garments, bjit has tllO WOni'lll"' (lUJlliticS. clothes-buyin- g JUST ISSUED FROM THE PRESS A NEW BOOK STJBPS XJZSTTO BY HEAVEN" April L Tomato plants now in bloom ready to transplant for sale bv y) doubt fro 0 R. B. Brother. May 9, 1912. Red Cross patent flour is sold less exclusively in this section bv Horseman & Son. Prickly AshJAlTfii Denton & Ofaandler boutrht the iounJSiol room and moved jXHr news stand to He looks on iy moie or N. C. CARPENTER With an Introductory Chapter by T. S. Tinsley, City Evangelist, t ..:,..,:ii., Read what one of the many competent men says about 'ho iok? i- -f of a gamble. The man who chooses rinvrni.'Q Imoc iwf vvniln jifYoi-h- takes no chances. u tsiiiL Six months - now ready to 9, 1912. Brother can furnish you sweet potato plants. They are Bob transplant May 44-- tf umlaut wearing qualities are there. iii is nu is sun saiisiieo. 42-4- 7 jl!i" I I III 1SL II III IM Dear Brother Carpenter: your sour Midway, Ky., ' . 20, U'l 2. your hrstborn suited to inherit double honor, inose rl i i HnnrpVf f iilltr rtll nur a riAf tni rr c tifhn otrac rioanAt hearts, and cleaner hands, lhe ears of many are dead and all their spiritual powers are slumbering. We do no better thing In . 1 T . I I A I 1 1 1. 1 TT A ' I I will do it! It is a sensible r N.5 V VlKI fRN&Cfr Dkap. R. K Grog-The :, .1 i. u w. u i ma U. S. Postal Savings System was long suiVring'K, 42-& Co.'s. , jghtf affection Robert iS? instituted at the Owingsville The excess of rain this spring ithf May 1. Though depositors at his home near Mtj ' ' have been slow to take advant- day night. May 3. is nKe last spring and a similar cropaiicre from drouth The funeral washel. age of it they may do so when later on is Teared they become better acquainted p. m. Sunday, the li, v iol with it. The postmaster furnish- made at the Mt. Ster. Sweet potato slips now ready es circulars giving details to tery. to transplant The funeral servic intending depositors. The conR. B. BnoTHER, ditions are briefly summarized in home were conducted L 44-i May 9, 1912. tor of. the Mt Sterling the following: "rch, assisted Any person over ten years of rian; There were whispers around . 'irk. of the v. age may make deposits of SI, S2, H. that the redhorse were on the So, $10, $20, $50 and $100, each Chu r Licking river riffles the past week T.. :t.aindcr of the, deposit bearing 2 percent interand that some folks got some. better. est per year from the first day of was i njm:s3tof deceas Watch for the arrow mark at Mr. and Mrs. A. BL'Dawson he month v t following that in due u oy ith Lodge, i some time's- Mar 1 your Outlook address labol and are spendi : A. 1 ., Ir. which t) osit is "ade. No ' renew your subscription, i sit is tinsville, liia. nBMason many yea : ej on a o i less ' important if you wish the paner. Ray Patfjoa, of V ' iiester, ' .n a y. . The i' ...mil., II came up .esday to r'h i lo arfl here for some years. He then land "inch ci rt lucting the F i ces followed blacksmithinor and wae- 'j,tiiu-- .. ana iiir . ' uenosircl with f from here Vu.con vere in Ffpmins-- J month, ana .u. san ou'. L. 'ou.Gl to Bethel andht lAee.hed wasagen ; jast wt?s. may be on by any one in the fur .t f oarg several a: .A yeare Ha was ason .lfred niture and ur.i!. taking business .'Co. Sanford, of Mc- - person at any one time. Rev. Ed rear- with his brothi. Thomas. Their Mo person can open more than N. Creous and was born Creary county lameuphst week ed on a farm on Peeled um, this t establishment was burned acci ,ns, rel-n- to hold meeting at Bald &agle one deposit account town Sunday. None but an individual can county. Jie married Misi Mary dentally a few years ago when K Rice. the night-ride- r ed the f account. Deposits are Rice, daughter of Jeffe burned the A. Mrs. J. W. Jones and her sons open an to Ster- Of R. Robertson Sbacco warehouse. subject the exclusive control She died' several montl Henry, of Mt Stirling, Ross and ons depositor, whether a mi their union were born He is sun t by his father, were guests of Mrs. Mary Met- of the ving his son Heni i ..td brothers Thom- nor, married or single. Deposit and four daughters, all imingsburg calfe qnd family Friday. fe of (as, ot Ueth. certificates are not transferable except the oldest, Ray, and Cnarles, of play base Sunt Leonard Cassity attend nor negotiable. Omar Ratliff. .The survk,rs are i'lemingshurg. on at ed the meeting of the school suDeposits can be withdrawn in Walter, Sheriff- of Montgomery He was a man who stood high Ad- - perintendents of Eastern Kenwhole or in part by the depositor county; Rice, ofFlat C pck, this m reputation for integrity and tucky at Richmond last week. county; Harvey and Harry, at general good citizenship and was at any time. Uncle Alf Butler, who has been "nis horse are None but a patron can open an home;Nannie,wifeof Dt al Guer-ran- t, esteemed by all who knew him. of Wilmore; Lir.u. wife of id he can safe-j'in- g with Geo. A. Peed, near Taylors- - account at the postoffice, and the Williams Damage Suit Rehis saddle ville, Spencer county, came up depositor must make the first de Robert Bridgeforth, of Mt Sterling; Mira, wife of i fatt Ever- versed. The, Court of Appeals Of CONROY, last weelt to visit mends. He re- posit in person. ports Mr. Pecd's family pleased reversed the case of the AdminA depositor by notifying the ett, of Mt Sterling 1 Sterling, Ky. prosperous istrator of the Estate of George Mr. Crooks was with their new home and farm- postmaster on or before June 15 i. In order to clean- ing flourishing. and Dec. 15 each year can for his farmer and one of tlie most prom Williams vs. the C. & O. Rail- of lace and embroidor her deposits purchase U. S. inent citizens of Jtatli and Mont "I wa' L'0' ine administrator. J. iell any of them at High School Meet at State registered or coupon bonds of $20. gomery countio Ho had a host J. Lacy, was given a verdict for High School ohort time. So come University. At the $40, $60, $80, $100. $200, $300, of relatives a ; uefsonal friends, $4,000 damages for the killing of 44-- tf argains. mee.t at Lexington last Saturday $400 or $500 denomination, bear all of whom m urn his decease. Williams by a coal car on the the Owingsville High school won ing two and Mrs. D. S. Estill. He is survived by one brother, switch at Preston. per cent. For sale by E. L. & A. T. 3YR0N the most remarkable victory on James The Court of Appeals decides Discount. Please bear record. The school only entered interest per year and the inter- There T. Vrols, of Peeled Oak. est payable twice a year, providwe" three brothers of that Williams' death was due to ,1 that we give 5 per cent one contestant, rranrc ioiuns. Rob- his own negligence and his heirs them. J.ht for cash; and we guaran- - and won three medals out of ed such bonds are then available. ert. '.' u jo T.. Samuel and f Tr.n....nK T married three sisters, are not entitled to damages. jjKuviirJu. just as m Noted Feudist Shot. lilts "jut-save you money on every three entries: two first medals The U. S. reserves the right to . iranda and Mary Rice, Callahan, the noted lieutenantbf look goes to press a telephone redeem in gold coin these bonds San ;in the hardware line. and one second. Other schools any time from one year to twen drm. r rs of Jefferson Rice. Base Ball. The Owingsville Judge James Hargis in the lopg message received here says that E. L. & A. T. Byron. had from six to eight on their ty years after Mark Ulery was drowned Monbase-ba- ll feud m Brea club went issue. teams, S Contracted up to Mt. Sterling Saturday and ltt county, was shot through We day afternoon in Beech Creek, fo to Conroy's. Economy School and the Owingsville High These bonds are exempt from all only one on their team within seveiKrailes of Taylor -to wealth, and the oad i.. The Bath County Board of in the afternoon was defeated by left lung and the right knee . win taxes. There is no limit to the .ucation met here Saturday and the Mt. Sterling "ads to Conroy's. Mt Sterling. and made sufficient points to The amount ot such Ponds that m? club assassins concealed on the mouri ville, Spencer county, whit, trye e saddles second place in the meet the maker of high-claa ing to ford the stream in- - bug- near his be acauiredbv a depositor, thouiri. contracted with a Huntington, by 11 to 1. .and harness. Prompt and effi professional coaches at Lexington none but a depositor can secure West Virginia, firm for over two The foregoing clubs are to play Crockettsville, Breathitt county, Igy in company with a man by thfe say that it was the most remark hundred seats, and with a Co- here on Wednesday afternoon of Saturday morning. He wasshot mame of GfisselJ. 4 direct. cient saddle repairing. able victory they have witnessed them lumbus, Ohio, firm for a lot of this week. similarly from ambush about two uierywas a Bath county man. Plenty of Buggies. T. S for vears. Hurrah for Collins! having but lately moved from the . .ackboards, crayons, etc. The Mt Sterling and Owings- years ago. ') Shrout has plenty of buggies at was considered the best Bought Louisville Factor Collins s Contracts .for East Fork of Flat Creek, where ville colored clubs nlayed here ooc T ' The Burley Tobacco Compr. o un uriccs xruiu coo i- .- oiou ciicii. individual at the meet. He ran lu i or Sunday afternoon, Owingsville Base Ball. Mt. Sterling and he had for some time been in the purchased the big tobacco vvere let as follows: first in has If you want to buy a buggy it second in the East Fork to John Doyle for winning by a score of 7 to (5. The Owingsville will cross bats again general merchandizing business. Stra-te- r d factory and business of the surely will save you money to the and first in the d Lexington colored club will play Wednesday afternoon at Brothers' Company in Louis- $890. V look at his cash or credit terms. dashes. Upper White Oak to Jesse Bar- here next Sunday. Park at 3 o'clock sharp. ville. The deal includes the fac4 Admission for men 25 cents, laCircuit Court Docket'. Th tory, the tobacco on hand, thirty-- ber for $843.80. Court begins Salt Well to Harve Sexton ay Mrs. Hagerman Dead. Mrs. dies and children 10 cents. of Latest Word in Hats. We ext term of Circuit docket is our brands The tobacco and the for $800. Monday. The Mamie Campbell Hagerman, wife price paid ; ood will. i Open Grove to have to show you the latest in ade up of 39 continued Com black and white silk James Pergrem of Prof. B. C. Hagerman, of the good If not I can make it to your inhats of style, color and Quality in monwealth cases. 25 new Com t6 be over $500,000. This v n vjt for $785. gloves, double-ti- p n College, quality 95c: same infingers,48c f the terest to take out a FIRE, LIFE interfere with the erepti'' American-mad- e lisle, Stetson's a ad monwealth, Midland to Wm. T. Jones for Lexington, died at the Auditori$3 continued equity, or ACCIDENT policy in some of London-mad- e 44-- tf ' Mrs. D. S. Estill, Ward's and How 15 new equity, 30 continued or- big factory in Lexington, $1,545. um Hotel. Chicatro. Friday. She the best companies in the United 42-t- f Ieson's. that every -dinary, 12 newrdinary cases. xr c j n States. Come and talk with mo Buggies Sold. t. f Shrout It was also arranged county ex- mad had a surgical operation per I t.. j Goodpaster & Co The only cartes of prominence as formed some weeks previously TT T TYiilfiM innfi'ii eAankaA lwu about it. persons public school in the louo' cept the three graded schools She was a daughter of Alexanderfl are the continued suit of Mrs. ew sold thesince m i u 25: buggies ovingsvilIe School Twenty Years or More. against the Carl should begin July S. Campbell and granddaughter ofv teesof the xt Cotio,F nf- Hendnx. w o. whaley, S. Shrout has sold buggies in Ov HamiltonPatrick The Sunny Point school-hous- e Licking Valley Railway Co. for ollie Jones, Zr 1 At'hison.Thos. Campbell, the greati,.,, A Alexander twenty years ai S25.000 damages, there being 43-t-f lngsvule lor :eynolds. Ollic P. Jones, Fletch and lot were sold to James T. iiiunaifi ui kiiu vjiiiisluiu uuiiuni-i- v you kriow he will not be unde Shrout for $125; the Olympia mation. She was a sister of El the case. witnesses From present prospects most sold, and if you have bought on over 100 indictment inagainst Ed er Crouch, Canie Thompson, e and lot to Richard- der Robert Campbell.of Danville, of the growers will get an early has not come up to his guar and the fny nccnnlf in tnA Qnmo Clell Hatto::, 13oone Conyers, son Bros, for $107.50. that A lnvnnilai. transplanting of their tobacco Ky., formerly of this town. Charley Conyers, Robt. Williams, antee bring the buggy to him Vvnnfff-inncrops. Charles HiKdey. Willie Boyd, Wedding Licenses. The fol4 and have it fixed free. OAK STOVE WOOD Entertainment Postponed. V Pmntifnl cillr Rfrinnd lowing couples were licensed to g veils. Reese t ' L :0 Thompson. is going on this Charles Bailey, of Slate Valley, Large Stock. T. S. Shrout Russian cords, lawns and silks in wed the past week: The has a severe attack of pneumo- week.ranges standard quality of at Peasticks Church ONE DOLhas the largest stock of furniture. the new shades cheap at Mrs. D. Eye S luialis'". Dr. Jas. II George Purvis and Mary around 25c. nia. His daughter is one of the wool goods and buggies undertaker's Stamper, the ej e specialist, will f LAR per cord; slabs cut stove S. Estiirs. p: MtMpal members of the Slate in Bath county, and by having to Rains Saturday night, Sunday Oscar Page and Mary Mannin. 1 be in Dr. Joiu'V othce May 13, .ii't y Bible School, and on that and Monday again delayed corn length, price according to load, pay no rent can and does sell You can get vigorous, healthy, 14 and 15. AM having eye troubStrib Tincher and Lottie Teal. the entertainment was planting cheaper than elsewhere. strong, sweet potato, plants of at Ore Mines. les and needim glasses scientifiVirgil Reynolds bought a cow i.nc given here Saturday night as R. B. Brother. Look and let me sell you for cash cally fitted should call on himl Rose Run Iron Co. advertised. Subscribe for Tun Outlook. of Dud Warner for $50. 4 f nr credit May 9, 1912. tf . In two games played last week the High School team defeated the Rounders, by scores of 20 to 4 and 20 to L Don't forget to see those men's tan. patent and gun metal oxford shoes this season at Goodpaster 9 CO. Carried exclusively in Bath county PERSONAL. Joshua Ewing was in Mt. Ster- ,ng Saturday. Elder G. W. Mills was in Lex- gton last week. Josdnh Sheehan, of Mt ling, was in town Saturda;. . Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hend'..are installed at the Ratliff Hotel.-J- W Frof. C. Alartin attended the school meet at Lexington Saturday. Sam Ratlift was seriously ill the past week, but is ur..ewhat ,JIER . & T. S. TINSLEY. Hoping that this book will accomplish the mission on which it is sent, I give it my richest benediction and send it forth. THE AUTHOR. Price," ce by mail $1 10. yl. C. CARPENTER, Owingsville, Ky. book: plain and true! Yours sincerely and truly, Postal Savings System. post-offi- ce O TO S. ESTILL'S . tnaot rt tf i. - . 4 -- ; ;. t . sp" " . t - -- V .t r OLIVE! . g. ".i-ace- d - - is 1 V Kim-'doc- k. - . f " . . one-ha- lf 1. j their high-scho- ol Hareis-Cockre- ll "iiooL-HousE- . . high-scho- ol ss tain-sid- store-hous- 43-4- school-house- 11 1 100-yar- d, 220-yar- 440-yar- Kim-brou- gh 42-4- Arc You Insured? 22-in- ch Campbell-Hagerma- rj.ii i ii;.tt r John W. Markland. school-hous- . FOE, SALE. 42-4- I Sheep-shearin- 44-t- you-bu- y 42-4- 44-t- s V INTERESTING DATA IN NEW REGISTER OFFJCIAL PUBLICATION OF HISTORICAL SOCIETY CONTAINS STRONG STORIES. May Control Ohio Bridges. The right of tho L. & N. to own bridges across the Ohio river nt Hondorxou and at Cincinnati is upheld by the court of appeals in n case appealed from the Henderson circuit court The higher court holds FUNERAL OF GENERAL FREDERICK D. GRANT ALLEN PROSECUTOR AS JS SCORED ARRAIGNS BANDIT MURDERER. 5?F We have that the statute prohibiting a from owning more than bridge across a stream forming boundary raj-roa- lino between Kentucky one tno and Lawyer for Slayer Declares Client Did Not Shoot Until After He Had Been Wounded. SKETCH OF HON, UNDERWOOD H5i Review by A. B. Baber of Distinguished Sons of Kentucky Provides Leading Feature of Current Issues. j. Frankfort Tho May number of the Keglster of the Kentucky State Historical society has been Issued. It comprises SO pages, all Interesting matter that will bo nice to preserve In the records of the society. The principal contributors are Col. J. Stoddard Johnson of Louisville. Hon. V. W. Stephenson, of Harrodsburg, Georgo Baber, of Washington, A. C. Qutssenberry of Hyattsville. Md Dr. Thos. E. Pickett of Maysville and Hon. L. EF. Johnson. W. W. Long-inooProf. G. C. Downing and Mrs. Ella If. Ellwanger of this city. Probably tho most interesting article, Just at tils time, is that by Mr. A. B. ber. on Joseph Rogers Underwood, Jurist, orator and statesman, of Kentucky. It Is a review, at close range, of the life of ono of Kentucky's most Other articles distinguished men. are on the Recollections of Jefferson Davis; CoL George Croghan. the hero u- ton aiepneosoa, nuu jiioiuij the editor or tno iiegister. r. another stato was intended to prevent ono company owning all the bridges at ono point and says that there can bo no competition between a bridge at Henderson and a bridgv at Cincinnati. The U & N. was .v dicted at Henderson under Sectl in 849 of the Kentuc'iy statutes, on too allegation that the railroad was operating moro than one bridge across the Ohio river. The Commonwealth also contended that the railroad was violating Section :01 of the constitution which prohibits carriers from owning, operating or controlling competing lines. The court of appeals declares the statute was enacted to t the destruction of competition in bridge traffic at points llko Louisville and Cincinnati, whero more than one bridge spans the Ohio, pnd that to give the construe-Hocontended by the Commonwealth would Impose a hardship upon the corporations railroad and klndrvc and at tho same time would be of no advantago to tho Commonwealth or the citizens of tho state. The court granted n new trial to Hugh Meredith, convicted In Bell county of killing Andrew Saylor and sentenced to the penitentiary for from two to 21 years. The court affirmed tho sentence given Edward and Estill Scott, convicted in Fayetto county of stealing coal from the C. & O. railroad and sentenced to the penitentiary for from ono to five years. pre-enn Wjthcville. Va.. May 4. Floyd typical nativo of Virginia's isolated hills, probably for the first time in his life, has arrived at a realization of the determination ot the law when it deals with the man who has taken Al-li- secured , for our next human life Six weeks ogo, when he was found guilty of a minor offense. Allen nnd his kin took the law Into their own hands nnd worked their guns until four of up Washington Square, the remains of 0?0 photograph shows tho caisson bearing tho late General'sGeneral Grant, parsing in black. Directly behind tho gun carriage is charger caparisoned New GIVES VOTES WON TRUST SUIT IS FILED CASE CO. SUFFRAGE MOVE WOMEN 20,000 GOVERNMENT ' STARTS AGAINST HARVESTER ROOSEVELT DECLINES TO ACCEPT Many Industrial Work of Colored Children. Reports of committees occupied most of the time of the' recent session of the Louisville Presbytery, the most interesting report bcteig on the Industrial work among the colored people. The report showed that more than 1.000 children are enrolled. The Rev. Dr. W. H. Mlley, of Louisville, made a report on home missions showing that twenty missions had been sup- tic plied during the last yeaf by fifteen gr workers, and that $3,500 hid been ex- Pi pended. J. G. Htxson. of the graduating class of the Louisville Seminary. was examined and license. He will have charge oj church at Thlrty-nln- l In Louisville. An a" of tie PrfSyter&f on MvA Praise School Work. EIGHT MASSACHUSETTS An occasion that called forth un-fusual interest and appreciation tie work accomplished during the year, was the anni 1 'nspectlon of PRESIDENT WINS BY 3,955 schools by Prof. Tee and the members of ' oard of .J the "llnton stre Bowed Taft and Colonel Make an Even'' by se nbers In District Elections t of jy the Champ Clark's Majorit' Dot 'iss Se--" ernor Wilson.. "ee-"i- e lim -l-- r. cnarcuA Set Forth Ar .ng itralnt of Trdo TO THE NUMBER OF MARCH THROUGH GOTHAM STREETS. oqbxusiness.. fie i- - y atom "be hols, M. A. Scovell, B, I. Allen of Lexington; .elbyvllle; S. B. Mock. .iouiic. $ton; V D. Nichols, Taylors-as- d C. B. Knight, Louisville. rach, arrivt lhg U j'actnb The commission the cases which Jfere calk meeting today,' an dtook no u any case. State Dairymen's Session. In an effort to bring about a bettei understanding & meeting of dairymen and tie State Livestock Sanitary the past few years. She Board was held here. Governor Mfr "iree small. children. No ar- k Creary arranged the ceetlng in con- rtxi. J nave been mado for the nection with the work of Commis- fnnerb.-- :t it is supposed that it will sioner of Agriculture Newman. The take place in Richmond. following prominent dairymen attended: EL A. Farra, Nicholasvllle; C. Sixty Convicts to go to Eddyvllle. B. Nichols, M. A. Sccvell, R. D. ColAb the .first step toward establish lins, R. M. Allen, of Lexington; J. A. Ing a reformatory at Frankfort, where Stanley. Shelbyrille: S. B. Mock. Cov- the convicts under 30 will be confined. ington; W. D. Nichols. Taylorsvllle, 60 long-terprisoners were transferand C B. Knight. Louisville. The red to tie branch prison at Eddy principal matter to be discussed will vllle. Several guards, under the com be now best to administer the law mand of R. W. White and Sam Ly- tie tuberculin teat for dairy kins, deputy wardens, accompanied cattle. them. None of tie well known con victs, wio attained notoriety by rea Will Test New Law. son of their crimes, were transferred. A suit to test the recent act of the The law says that the confirmed crimlegislature providing for an additional inals, or those over 30, shall be con Judge In Caxnpbel county has been fined In the Eddyvllle prison. Thus filed here by Brent Spence, of New- far, no convicts have been transfer port. The ground on which the act red on account of the contracts with Is attacked is that Campbell county the prison contractors. has not 60.000 population, whereas the constitution requires that tie popula Want Col. Chlnn Off Track. tion be 75,000 before the county Is en Since tie meeting ot tie candidates titled to an additional Judge. wio want to oppose Mr. Helm, hold at the Victoria Hotel In Louisville, the Legislative Acts Nearly Ready. fight on Mr. Helm has been growin? unless some unexpected delay oc stronger and more determined, and curs the acta ot tie 1912 legislature his opponents claim that they will be will be ready for distribution by May cble to beat him for the nonlnatlon. 15. Assistant Attorney General Chaa. CoL Jack Chlnn Is reported to be con Morris has charge of their publication sldering a withdrawal so that the and Is breaking records tils year for opposition to Mr. Helm can combintt the early publication of tie new law. on Judge Jere Sullivan, of RUhmenl, -- .Ing of Dairymen Called, ews has been received here of tie JH of Mrs. W. E. Smith, at the bmond hospital. Mrr. Smith left ire for Richmond, where she under-rean operation, from which she had recevered nicely, until a. sudden turn for the worse came upon her. and her husband "was notified, but .before be left, received the news of Jyr desji. Mrs. Smith was formerly nt .... PARADE IS MAMMOTH AFFAIR a suit .1 Harvester Feminine Cavalry, Trousered, Booted jvlslons of the and Spurred, Negresses and Chiv,bv filing a pe--e nese Amazons Ars Some of the federal district Unique Features of Procession, . asks: Boston- New York, May 6. In the biggest .j.000.000 corporation be i the ground that It Is a suffrage parade ever held In America. 0,000 women marched from Washing restraint ot trade, inctlons be issued to bar ton square to Carnegie hall Saturday tate commerce the products afternoon. Nearly every one ot them hat adopted for tie oc.crnatlonal Harvester com-- t wore a tho International Harvester casion. its selling The most unusual feature of the of America, procession were Miss Annie Tinker's icclvers be appointed to take squad ot cavalry women In breeches, jf the property and wind up boots and spurs; Mrs. Albert Plimpbess of the defendant. It the ton's band of negresses and Miss Myrnds such action compatible tle Jin's squad ot Chinese women. ubllc Interest. Miss Tinker and her cavalcade ot ' charges by the government equestriennes were mounted upon t tie Harvest company are: beautifully caparisoned horses, I tie company Is monopolizing thoughtfully provided with blinders. mutacture and sale of iarvest-achlner- This cavalry squad was comprised ot has advanced prices the flower of New York suffrage, and j grave Injury of tienrmer and In Its ranks were Miss Inez Mulhol-lanpuv" M.ss Mabel Lee, the Chinese sufcr, i s at least fragist; Mrs. Paldlng Farnum, the claim, 'i'he Roosovelt renounced all lntrun Mrr 1VHH r til flTTWEi ., State in harvesters or' grain uH.'w.f--. Democratic voters of the state ex- 76 per cent, of the mowersA and more Mrs. lCuiTSTCKWfcS. the ctrry headdress not ft the pressed a preference for Speaker thanyEO per cenU of the binder twine. denomination; It was a Champ Clark, although the delegates-at-larg- e Thnt tie defendants h&Te resorted cockto Baltimore will go pledged to unfair trade methods by attempt black straw with a ade in purple, green and white, and to Governor Fbsr. only ing to Induce agents to handle cost almost 69 cents. The ladles beReturns from 1.077 out ot 1,080 elec thelf products. gan to gather Washington square tion precincts give; That they have bought up patents at three o'clock, at some three hours and prefer to perpetuate the monopoly. (presidential Republican later Mrs. Blatch gave the order to ence): Taft, 7i808; Roosevelt, march. LaFollette. 1,766. 'Delegates-at-large- : Baxter (heading TEN DEAD IN TEXAS STORM Roosevelt group), 74.121; Crane (head ing Taft group), 66,876. Score Are Injured, Much Property AMUSEMENT BAN IS LIFTED (presidential prefer Dnmage Done In Cyclone and Democratic ence): Clark. 19,903; Wilson. 9,206: Cloudburst. Resolution Condemning Secretary WII. Coughlln (pledged delegates son for Connection With Brewers' to Foss), 17,060; 'Wllllams( for preferSan Antonio, Tex., May 3. Ten per Congress Adopted. ence primary). S.256. sons are known to have been killed, a On the Democratic ticket, altiougn score injured and farm buildings over Minneapolis, Minn., May 6. The ten of the fifteen candidates for a wide area destroyed by a cyclone board of bishops of the to Baltimore were either and a cloudburst which swept over Episcopal church reported toMethodist the genpledged to or indicated to be "for'1 the Rio Grande river country near eral conference of the church Friday was no Foss Norti Laredo Wednesday. Governor Fobs, there Telegraph In favor of lifting the church ban from name in the presidential preference and telephone wires were leveled be dancing, card playing, gambling and column. Speaker Clark, whose name tween Laredo and Green. attendance at horse racing, theaters Among the known killed Is Grover and circuses. appeared In the preference ballot and who defeated Governor Wilson by a Nye, a wealthy planter of North LaIn making this radical recommendavote of 2 to 1, did not have a single redo. Three w ?"nen and children, pledged delegate on the list. Many names unknown, "were killed In the tion the 24 active bishops who formuot the Democratlo district delegates house adjoining Nye's property. The lated the report declared that the were also elected pledged to Foss. extensive ranch property of J. J. Da American people are too far advanced vis, the millionaire onion king ot longer to be restricted by church as to OFFICERS HELD AS SLAYERS Texas, was compleUv swept away. rules be. Itwhat their amusements is suggested that each and several ot his Employes were shall Individual follow the dictates ot his Brlgus and Hyers Must Answer for killed or injured. own conscience. Killing of Blunt In Nebraska A representative from Missouri ofBandit Hunt. .IN CONVENTION SHRINERS fered a resolution condemning Secretary of Agriculture James Wilson and Papllllon, Neb, May 3. Chief of Po- lice John E. Brlggs ot South Omaha Thousands of Nobles From Over Coun virtually threatening to vote against the Taft administration. This was try Gather at Los Angeles For and Sheriff A. A. Hyers ot Lancaster adopted by a vote ot 544 to 241 after a Yearly Meet. county were held to the grand Jury sharp fight on the floor ot the convenWednesday on charges ot killing Roy Los Angeles, Cal., May 6. Some tion. An effort was made to have It Blunt In the battle with bandits near Gretna, Sarpy county, March 18. John thing like E.000 visitors have come tor referred to a cpcclal committee and the yearly convention of the Mystic there was sharp debate before It C Trouton was exonerated. Shrine, which opened here Saturday. passed. The resolution was the outIt is the largest meeting the organiza- growth of the Brewers congress, of Morgan at Alx Les Bains. which Wilson was made honorary Geneva, May 6. J. Plerpont Mor- tion ever has held and the accommoda-tlonof the city are taxed to the ut chairman. gan, who Is accompanied by his sister. Tho resolutions were signed by Mrs. Burns and their two friends, most. The convention la scheduled to Mrs. J. Markoe and Miss F. Rhett ot adjourn on Slay 11, and tie interven- Rev. J. W. Anderson, Rev. W. P. Bur-rl- s and Rev. W. E. Christy, all ot MisNew York, continues its strenuous ing time will be taken up with auto mobile trips and entertainments. souri. cure at Aix Les Bains. govern-.tcd y, their prosecutors and an Innocent spectator were dead. At the opening of his trial Thursday for the murder of Commonwealth Attorney William M. Foster. Allen, propped up In an easy chair to alle viate the pain of his own wounds. heard a new prosecutor thunderously denounce him as tho In one of the most atrocious crimes In tLe history ot the world. J. C. Wysof, chief counsel for tho state, in his opening address charac terized tho Allen gang as ruffians, out laws and assassins. He laid great stress on the charge of conspiracy. The opening address of Attorney R. H. Willis for tho defense was brief. He declared his client had been the victim of gross exaggerations. He denied that Allen killed Miss Nancy Ayers; It was the bullets of either Clerk Dexter Goad or one of his deputies which killed her. he said. He denied tho existence of a conspiracy and declared Allen did not draw his own gun until after he had been shot and then ho drew it from his hip pocket, not from his vest pocket, be neath the sweater. Judge D. W. Bolen of Hlllsville. who had been Floyd Allen's counsel, took the witness chair and detailed the shooting at the courthouse. He declared that Claude Allen fired the first shot S. B. Weddell. a former resident of Hlllsville. said he saw Floyd Allen there the day before the tragedy. Al Ien told him that day. the witness de clared: "I will kill Bill Foster before the sun goes down tomorrow night It I am convlncted." Weddell said he had always been a close friend of the prisoner. THOMAS DAWSON Serial The Glow Story of the Rubies By FRANCES PERRY ELLIOTT IS DEAC Resident Officer of State Department Famous for Skill In Handling Prob Problems In South America. nl d, Washington. May 3. Thomas Cleve land Dawson, resident diplomatic of ficer of the state department, died here Wednesday after an Illness several weeks from a complication ot years of dlseasesr He was forty-siage and a native ot Hudson. Wis. Mr. Dawson was famous for his skill x In hat ling difficult Latin-America- n three-cornere- d 71.-20- 3; diplomatic careaW,rA'rf tary of the lega serving with marked distinction as n minister to several of tie countries ie name to Washington as resident diplomatic officer Is 1907. Since then be had been sent to on various Important, Latin-America- xle lt&his missions. POPE'S DELEGATE IN U. S. Archbishop Bonzano Arrives In New York From Rome Gets Ceremonious Welcome. New York. May 6. Archbishop Giovanni Bonzano, apostolic delegate to the United States, arrived here Friday from Naples on board the North German Lloyd liner Koenlg Albert, and received a ceremonious welcome. He e vas met at quarantine by Mgrs. and Hays, representing Cardinal Variey; Coadjutor Bishop Mundelln ot Crooklyn. and other leading memberr of the priesthood representing- practically every other diocese In the United States. La-ell- grii an; We warn INDICTED ON BRIBE CHARGE Ac- Member of Maryland Legislature cused of Attempting to Buy Votes on Option Issue. Annapolis. Md.. May 2. advance thai really never happened. an "Arabian Park, member ot the legislature from Baltimore, was indicted on tie charge of attempted bribery in connection local option fight with the state-wid- e at the last session of the general assembly. He was released on $10,000 ball. Mgr. Mooney Badly Hurt. New York. May 3. Mrs. Joseph Mooney. vicar general ot the Catholic diocese of New York, was Injured seriously In an automobile accident here on Wednesday, and his condition is Thomas L. It', Nights" tale Jfe. S'ivn s iv'sT JSfa) fV declared grave. Rate Complaints Heard. Rate complaints were considered by the railroad commission at a re Arguments were cent meeting. heard in tie complaint of the Frank fort distillery against the L. & N. and F. fc C. railroads. Judge E .C. O'Rear for the distillery and W. G. Dearlng for tie railroad argued the case. The complaint of Meek & t Mathney claim tney are not allowed to use a also be heard. Tie complainants of Theslka against the C & O. will also be beard. The complainants are not allowed to use a switch. Repair of Old Capitol. Bids for repair of the Capitol were to have .been opened by the Capitol Commission, but tie governor being away it was decided to postpone tie matter a short time. Several bids were put In. Local Case Decided. The suit of City Tax Collector D. P. Richardson against the State Na tlonal Bank, which was instituted some years ago as a test case as to the right of tho bank to deduct tho amount ot Its United States bonds from the tax list, has been dismisses by the supreme court of the United States for want ot jurisdiction. Tbn bank was assessed on its capital anil surplus and It claimed that a large part of Its capital, and surplus was Invested in United States bonds and Students' Body Is Found. Detroit, Mich.. May 4. The body of Leslie Butterfleld. tie Belfast (N. Y.) student who escaped from University hospital while delirious from typhoid pneumonia, was found in the Huron river Thursday In two feet of water. Police Chief Is Ousted. Decatur, 111.. May 4. Police Chief Herman Koeppe was removed from office Thursday after an uprisal against vice conditions, and E. G. Allen, for a chort time chief under the former ad ministration, was named successor. Find Body of Unknown Man. Houghton, Mich., May 4. The body of an unknown man was found half submerged in a creek near Ontonagan, on Thursday. Three bullets were found In the head. It Is believed he was murdered during the winter. -- Body of Unknown Man Found. Indian Superintendent Killed. Road Acquires Ship Line. Peru, Ind., May 6. Boys fishing Los Angeles. Cal.. May 6. Indian Boston, May 6. Announcements was dragged the body ot an unknown man mado Friday ot the acquisition ot the Superintendent William H. Stanley is out of the Wabash river here Friday Dominion Atlantic line ot steamers dead at his" home In San Jacinto as near where last Monday a that ply between Boston and Yar the result ot a bullet wound received boy was found on tho bank. The mys mouth, N. S.. by tho New York. New during the progress of an Indian powtery is being investigated. wow on the Coahuila reservation. Haven & Hartford railroad. Prlecilllan Beaten at Plmllco. Plmlico. Md.. May C. Prlscllllan the star of August Belmont's stable and the winner of fifteen straight races every start since he returned from England three years ngo was beaten at Plmllco Friday. Czarina In Poor Health. Russia. May 6. The condition ot the czarina's health Is causing grave anxiety. She Is suffering from acute melancholia, and It was reported that she had to be kept 's Start with the first installment and get into this fictional i. St Petersburg. therefore exempt from taxation. under constant surveillance. garet Steauben, a sixteen-year-olgirl who disappeared from her home In this city two weeks ago, has married Laurence E. Miller of Marlboro. N. J. years old. Miller is forty-sid x Girl Weds Man 46. Mount Clemens. Mich.. May 6. Mar- - Heavy Rains do Damage to Farms. The recent heavy rains caused the river to rise rapidly at the point and the water went up about seven feet No further rise is In a short time: expected, however, as tho reports from the upper Kentucky indicate Clears District 'Attorney. New York Death Rata Drops. Madison, Wis.. May 3. John F. New York, May 3. A report Issued Hooper, district attorney of Forest by tho New York health department county, against whom removal charges shows that the death rate In the metwere brought, was exonerated on every ropolis Is Just halt what It was lu charge. Malfeasance in office and of- 1866, when the first municipal board ficial misconduct were charged. ot health was orgrilzed. Duryea's Sweeper II. Wins Big Race. Newmarket, May 3. The 2,000 guineas stakes of 100 sovereigns each was by H. B. Duryea's won Wednesday Sweeper II., with Danny Maher, tho American Jockey, riding. The betting was f to 1 uK&'.nst the winner. Commission Suspends Rates. Washington, May 3. The Interstate commerce commission has suspended advances over the Norfolk & Western from Cincinnati. North and South Car. ollna points on class and commodity rates until No' era bar 24. 200 Are Killed by Tidal Wave. Victoria. B. C, May 4. News of the destruction ot the Fijian town of tidal wave Funa Point by an was brought here last Thursday by the steamer Marania from Australia. Two hundred were killed. 18-fo- All the trouble is if Tie governor ias appointed Assist ant Librarian George Settle, of tic Louisville Free Public Library, a mem ber of tie Library Commission to succeed W. F. Yust, who has left Ken tucky. Mr. Settle Appointed. that tie rains up there were not as heavy as they were here. The rains have retarded the farmers of this county very much in their spring work and all the crops will be late in being planted. The grass crop, though, is coming on fine and prom ises to be the bst for many yean Negroes Hold Up Car. Tenn.. Memnhls. Mar 4. Five armed negro bandits held up a street car on nonaa avenue, nere, Tnursday. robbed the motorman and conductor and compeiiea twenty or more passen suite to give sip money. Well Known Cartoonist Is Dead. New York. May 4. Homer Davenport, one of the most famous of American cartoonists, died at the age ot forty-fivin this city on last Thursday. He had been 111 only five days and his end came suddenly. e caused by a pair of silk pajamas 3 CITY PUMPHOUSE RAMMED BY BOAT EDDYVILLE STATION AT WRECKED BY RIVER CRAFT. IS JUMPS INTO A WELL. FROM OLD KENTUCKY ISLANDS AS CABLE STATIONS Small Strips of Land In Pacific by Chief of Port and Several Others. San Francisco, Cal. When a subIt marine cable breaks in would seem to one unfamiliar with such work that the location of the' trouble would be a rather hopeless un-dtaking. This problem was recently presented to tho Commercial Pacific Cable company, when its cable from San Francisco to China, Jnpan and the Philippines refused to operate. The question was very easily however, by tho use of delicato electrical instruments, which told that the trouble existed on the coral reef3 mid-oceaset-tie- WOMAN IS HEROIC TOWN FACING WATER FAMINE Damage Done So Great That City and Prison May Be Deprived cf It Water 6s Unlets Plant It Speedily Repaired. Eddyvllle. This city Is feeing a water famine of a serious character, so far as Are protection and domestic service lc concerned, as the result of the wrecking of the penitentiary pumphouse; when the tow boat Clyde rammed the pumphouse with her tow of six barges. A large part of the pumphouse was knocked into the Cumberland river, while a fine, launch belonging to Capt C. W. Depp, late electrician at the peniten- Joseph Kranklin Central City. one of tho Richardson, seventy-one- , best known men of the town, comMt. Sterling. Hams, fences and tomitted suicide by jumping into tho bacco beds wore damaged considerwell at his home cm Third street, this ably recently by tho heavy wind and city. Mr. Richardson had been In rainstorm. poor health ntid was subject to spells of despondency. Ho had jutt been Mt. Sterling. Mrs. Cora Wilson conversing with his family prior to Kentucky going down in town. It was thought Stewart, president of the lie had i;onc when his daughter, l.ulu, Educational Association, will lecturo looking out the dcor saw her father at the Baptist church on the subject, opening the well. Knowing that ho "Educating Kcntuckians, Young and was low spirited, she ran to him, Old." catching her father's foot Just as ho Holding Olive Hill. Mat'.on P. Slnv?r. night plunged over the curbing. fast to the foot and bcroamlng for foreman' nt the Oilve Hill Fire Brick help the daughter attracted the at- company's clay mli.es here, was Instantly killed in the mines by falling tention of Alvls Hanks and Jim Mr. Franklin Jerked his foot slate. He was eat.'ng his luuch when, loose and fell headlong into the well without warning, the slate fell upon beforo the passersby could reach the him. Banks was lowered Into tho Per-kin- WIFE OF SHIP'S CAPTAIN WORKS WITH MEN TO FIGHT FIRE. Helps Small Crew to Save Burning Excursion Boat and Has to Swim For Her Life. New York. Fire aboard tho steam er Mohawk iu Cardcll Bro3.- shipyard, at Mariner's Harbor. S. I., did $100,000 damago nnd camo near costing seven persons their lives. Among them was Mrs. Bertha Brown, wife of the captain. Routed from ber cabin by the fire aboard tho boat Mrs. Brown, clad only In her night dress, ran to the deck and thero Joined the crew of six and her husband In their efforts! to extinguish the flames. She continued to haul water and work in tho bucket brigade fighting the flames until it was impossible to stand the heat any lqnger. Tho boat, whose hawser had been burned, wns then drifting in Staten Island Sound, and Mrs. Brown, with the others, was forced to .lump Into the Icy water and swim for her life. She was rescued by ono of .he boats that put out from tho shore. In her fight to save tho vessel Mrs. Brown was not Injured, but she suffered from the shock of immersion In the cold water, - STRIVE FOR HARMONY ribbons when they are In a festal i THEREIN IS THE WHOLE SECRET OF SUCCESSFUL COIFFURE. The woman who wears nothing In her hair Is sure to be on the safe side. Freakish effects may be the height of fashion, but tho woman who wishes to look distinctive has none of them. 'is Once 4 m Maysville, Ky. Perry Bradley, of this city was arrested here recently charged with bigamy. He was given a prcllmlnery trial beforo Pollco Judge Whltaker. and after the prosecution had shown, as it believed, that he had two living wives, from neither of whom he had ever been divorced, he was released under unusually interesting circumstances. The testimony showed that Bradley had married Miss Mary Lou Sanks in Fleming county, Ky.. In November, 1902, and that several years later, and without having been divorced, as alleged, he married Miss Mary Alice Turner, of this city, at West Uin, O. His at torney, John T. Chamberlain, after these alleged facts hod been set forth by the prosecution, sprang a surprise upon the courut in the form of a Jucommission. dicial decision rendered by tho Ken tucky Court of Appeals, In which it' was held, that where a person was NATURAL GAS FOR LEXINGTON. married In this state and then later went to another state and married Lexington. There will be plenty of again without being divorced from his Batumi gas for Lexington next win- first wife, the violator was not amen ter, and bo danger whatever of able to the Kentucky laws, and Vhe another shortage similar to that dur- state courts bad n Jurisdiction tl 're ing tho cold weather last season i in. The decision al V-- that thi Ah the emphatic assurance of Capt John j the pergon waa g ,t oi algam t'9 Tonkin, itenaral manager of the Cen-- WM ony amenab'i o ,v laws c .he tral Ki.fcT Natural Gas company. tate Jn wnich t "Vp" was nn here, recently ior ue mltted. When tt 1 who tr-.x- ! l was lapsed fJSiyt' purpose cf jrrying, along the surveys I the prelection's Iga tire made, for the ne, Hpeato, the West Virginia e. 1 tiary, was practically ruined. The loss on the pumphouse and machinery 1 at least J 10.000 and may go higher, according to prison officials, while a conservative estimate of the image to the launch Is $1,000. The pumphouse supplies not only the prison, but the city as well. Practically every family has resolved Itself Into a bucket brigade. The Inmates of the Lyon county jail are being supplied In this primitive way. It Is believed that the damage to the pumphouse and the pumps cannot be repaired under two weeks and it may take as much as three. The pumphouse sets well up on the banks of the Cumberland when that river is at ordinary stage, but Just now the Cumberland Is at flood tide and practically surrounds the building, although the latter was still able to do its work. At the time of the accident the Clyde was coming down the river and It is supposed that she failed to reverse her engines In time to prevent a collision with the pump-bousNo one was hurt so far as known. The Clyde lost two barges. This Is the first time in many years that the pumphouse has been out of well, finding Mr. Richardson doubled up at the bottom. Both men were drawn to tho surface, but Richardson never regained consciousness nnd dl.vl two hours later. Thero are no known reasons for the suicide other than ill health, and the fact that he had not tbeen successful In securing satisfactory employment. Mr. Richardson was born In lxgan county nnd served with distinction as a Confederate soldier, having been a member of the Orphan Brigade. He was for many yearn assessor of Daviess county, twice doorkeeper of the senMuhlenberg ate and represented county In tho legislature. Ho married Two Miss Jennie Morgan In 1S71. children survive. Miss Lulu Richardson, of this city, and Mrs. S. A. Burns, of Daviess county, as well as his aged wife. CHARGED WITH BIGAMY. Henderson. Work on tl.o Henderson dam No. IS will bo delayed, according to KIcJsel & Co., who have tho contract, becp.uso of the Inability of the saw mllln to deliver the lumber as agreed upon. This Inability Is duo to food conditions and ti. vet spring. Nlcholasvllle. Isaac Christman, a farmer living near Wllmore. committed suicide at his borne by Bhootiig himself through the head. The detd is supposed to havo besn prompted by ill health. Ho was a bachelor tod lived with his brother. Greenville. Frank Frcl, merchur.: of this place, was woiklng on hla lawn when he accidentally stuck pitchfork in his foot Symptoms ol blood poisoning developed later, and Happy Family Group. his condition became fo alarming that was given vh. the antitoxin treatment urround the two little Midway him. His condition is critical. Islandc 'tiese Islands are 3.CUS miles from v .i Francisco and ,237 miles T.- - rilllpplnes, each consisting Maysville. Robert A. Cochran, of from ot a t'tir land of only a few acres this city, at a recent, meeting of the iu area, .. being, known as Sand Is Ebenezer Presbytery at Ludlow, Ky., land, or V e n Island, and tho other was elected as elder commissioner to Eastern Islauu, the cable station be the General Assembly of the Presby- ing located on the former, terian church, which meets at Louiscable. In laying a ville during the coming summer. J. every possible precaution Is taken to E. Bassett, of the Second Presbyterkeep the lino free from and ian Church, of Lexington, was elected to this end the rich nay. it we alternate. might apply such a the bot tom of the sea, must . u a t no ele Henderson. Lightning and wind ments which will cause audue de played some freaks here during a terioration of the cable. In this in heavy windstorm, which was accom- stance, an unforeseen factor has panied by rain. Lightning struck a arisen in the shape of a coral reef. y The motion of the water svaylntr he tarn at the dairy farm of W. S. and killed a fine Jersey cow great cable to and fro over t e ro igh valued at $85. The other cows in the coral surface chafed the to cat to the same barn were not hurt. The wind and wires sufficiently blew down several small smokestacks break, the cost of repairing which will and hail broke a window at the Jef- amount to approximately $100,000 The popu'stlon of Sand Island, the ferson school. home ot tho cable station, consists of namely, the superintendent 23 persor Mt Sterling. James Porter, city of tho cabl company and his wife, ticket agent at local depot, has been one chief and his wlfo promoted to a similar position at Lex- physician, cat' operators and a 'ow ington, and Charles Eskridgo has been laborers, with tv.o cows, two doi ice made ticket agent here. Ermlna and r - --i TJhere Is no French, who has been baggage mat- ern not even a o1 i ter, has been promoted to the place st aiding commulty Is a o - and made vacant by EskrldgopAt o law Walter Clinkenbcard if Tlflthpl. hnr Tll'jffv uueu, statf of baggag trans-o"canlc tHol-lowa- GIFT MAN WILL APPRECIATE Ascertained the Style That Suits the Face, Refuse to Be Practical Cate for Hit Tlet Is Some Led to, Follow Any Caprice thing Which He Will Always Welcome. of Fashion. Having A ENGINE ROLLS OVER But Three Men in the Cab Escapes With Only a Few Bruises. New Orleans, La. Texas and Pa cific Engine No. 62, while running 20 miles an hour, and with three men In tho cab, turned completely over and Grosse Tete, and the crew escaped injury other than bruises. ' When the engine stopped rolling En gineer Moore shut off the steam, which was still driving the big wheels as H lay on Its side, throwing dirt in every direction. "Wo were backing up and tho tank left the rails about seven miles from Addis toward Grosse Tete," said En gineer Moore. "The tank rolled over on its side to tho right o: tee tracK ana tne engine roiiea to xne leu siue, three of us in the cab. "I was thrown from my seat in: tne nrcman s siae ana ten on iup i; Fireman Strehlo and Conductor Vh ver. None of us was hurt except bruised. I have been an engineer 23 years and have been in several wrecks, but I never saw or heard of anything so unusual or so fortunate as this one." - The woman who would be In good stylo never plays freaks with her hair. Her coiffure should bo personal, not a whim of fashion. She should study her type under skillful advice or by means of "a. triple mirror, until she knows what ararngement suits the color and naturo of ber hair and the contour and expression of her- face. The choice once made, hold to It though the rest of tho girls are flatten ing down their tresses or puffing them out to suit the last caprice In head gear. Go to hairdressers if you can afford It; tbey keep the hair In such good condition, .but Insist on their fol lowing the general lines you have adopted as your Individual coiffure. It Is not easy to give advice as to halrdresslng, but in a general way remember that black or very dark hair does not look well fluffy or disordered, while the least suspicion of kink should be tabooed. . It should glossy, smooth, and If waved at all' adopt a broad, loose wave and moder ate puffing. - forms an acceptable gift for a man. and In our sketch may be seen a cap- practical case for ties always ital article for this purpose and one also that Is simple and easy to make. It can be carried out in art linen or silk anil art serge, and lined with-sof- t bound with narrow ribbon or edged with a silk cord. '' la The material may be cut n one piece measuring 27 length by 8 Inches In wlitu. ..'." this piece of material has been Unea .be Light ha-thi- and Ing or fi becomli; beauty. Do j-- smooth and Uiiuall" wav- octremely type of tie w: i ail r' tight -- lit-- m point the j ( , 0I) ends for sr. soft silk Vna distance of tire .ie Irenes are turned and bow. dowa at the edges so hey torn, two pockets. Into-r-"et c'., cf the ties may, be. the 'iacner shown In the-- s ti e center at the point with ' '8 (- - jra, and band; In the Jrst re placed a. i'sr tother, a wards the Vattached V Bandit Escapes. Chicago, 111. and clearing a of ZOO person? IdenUty Is lj Jridlshlng a revolver tnrougn a crowi man, who; N escaped p v -. shooting and j Gooijfman, pro? uuuuiub , rft , -- r KILLS HIS OWN BROTHER. y hty. PPly. Georgetown. the ce of oAartln mains p Men-J- y will ne gas ftcln said .pe line, for some t: . r rV .1 XT i roil City. Pa., mirylng up this Vom Mt. Sterling glneer to take yj and press it to As soon as the . VL the route red andthe pipe will $ Menifee wells will volume of gas, and I at unlimited yield from i the West Virginia bor-kin declares that there I the. slightest danger of tage here for many years yjg rapidly that he had taking his brother lsa.; for , in r. glar, George South ".Tta blew the top of the former's Dead off with a double-barre- l shotgun. This tragedy occurred at their home at Lytle'a Fork, Scott county, when Isaac, the youngest boy of the family returning from a fox hunt, sought to reach the key which usually hangs, over the front door when either brother Is out brother. late. George, the .had returned home at 10 o'clock and had several times been disturbed by unusual noises which had made him nervous. Hearing the fumbling above the door, he reached for his gun, and fired through the unralsed window blind. With sorrow, he soon discovered It was his own brother he had killed. He has almost lost his mind as a result. Botn brothers were farmers. LAUNDRYMEN Hopklnsvllle. MEET. 'nf - unat-- ) ,o their pren- f )cr .. 1 enc ileal purpose. Carlisle. The "i.icniug .river is ' re Before the cc. n g of the cable ported to be very high now as a re tlon, the Islt.n .is totally unlnh.. suit of heavy rains. River men re ited. As the result of turning loostj port that many of the bottoms have two canary birds ,ulto some time ago, been overflowed where plowing had the Island now has a' wild feats'" been done and the ground made ready family ot over five hundred songt for planting corn and tobacco. All will have to be prepared anew after the water recedes. In' some sections CENTRAL AMERICAN VISI of the county the ground was torn literally to pieces and mush fencing washed away. ter-.v ar "" we r fn - u me il.. into 'A. ..sappear that laments to man. girls OUt capture lu. necessary are often In bad blue and green, nd ' tying in a hlu taste. Tt v will fix their hair becomand a rs cornr . back ot a ie, with a ingly r i and make themselves b I nations. Thes temple. bullet - und in the ir ugly wlu. f. :u, bandeaux, plumes and edgeslln the brj' bandit. no e . 1 effort was mad oodman was ' -- con-sl-- ci . . ' Sot. Newell Campbell, a farmer obtained judgment against the city of Carlisle for $350 at the last term of the Nicholas Circuit Court for alleged injuries which he sustained by being thrown from his buggy in the street here when the buggy hit a pile of rock. Now the city asks that the ver dict and judgment be set aside and that a new' trial be granted. The city alleges that tt has discovered since the trial that one ot the junors trying the case was related to Mr. Campbell by marriage. Carlisle. Marion. The new Methodist church building has been opened to the public. Bishop Collins Denny, D. D., ot Richmond, Va., preaching thn opening sermon. The building is ft handsome structure, Just completed at a cost of $30,000. After the sermon the pastor, Dr. Arthur Mather, took up a collection ot $2,600 to cover the Indebtedness against the building committee. A four weeks series of revival meetings will follow. The following ministers will assist the pastor during the meetings: The Rev. J. B. Adams, ot Henderson; the Rev. S. B. Tsompson, of Owensboro; the Rev. T. V. Joiner, of Hartford; tho Rev. J. R. McFee, cf .Frwklln and tho Rev, Virgil Elgin, ot Jeffersontown. The Rev. W. B. Palmore, D. D.. of St Louis, editor ot the Christian Advo cate, will preach two sermons dur ing the meetings. Carlisle. Mrs. Pearl Feeback, wife of Green Feeback a prominent farmer of thlB county, whose arm was lac erated by a vicious iIot while she was on her way to a neighbor's house has gone to Chicago for treatment Mrs. Feeback sustained several cuts to the bone of her arm from the dog's teeth. Dr. J. Gray Martin, who was called, had the dog killed and the The examination brain examined. shows that tho dog was nfficted with rabies, and Mrs. Feeback left immediately for Chicago to undergo treat- Body of C. M. Havi 'V Halifax. N. S. The . if rMp Ml- taclvi Ben nla, which relieved nett In the search for bodies of Titanic victims near the scene of the disaster, reached here, bringing 15 ad ditional bodies. Seventeen bodies in ill were recovered by tho Minia. but two of them, supposed to be those of firemen, and unidentified, were burled at sea. The list of identified bodies on the Minia Is headed by the name -- 'es. PANNIER BATHING SUIT Par Inated peau de erf in;piain C 1 suit . iPIs made S j trade oft . faihion. either jjjfl 4i"" fCRET OF MILLINERY ASK'ld Be .'.-me- n. Exprettlon of the oi ing nearer. Thsn All It well. ot Charles M. Hays, president ot the Grand Trunk railway, of Canada. ILE. INJUNCTION. lyvllle. The salary ordinance blch was decided against the Ji the county court, will be car the higher courts on lnjunc-roceedlngs filed In the circuit by William Cardwell and C. W. In their petition, they ask . " ji&ea' ! the increased salaries or from receiving them further orders of the court. With nearly one hun dred delegates present from all parts of the state the Kentucky Laundry Owners Association was called to or der at the Latham Hotel by President T. M. Funk, of Paris. After an Invo cation by the Rev. E. B. Land Is, the viaitors were welcomed by Mayor Meacham, and the response was spoken by F. S. Katterjohn, of Owentboro. President Funk, In his an nual report, recommended that all future meetings be. .held alternately at Louisville and Lexington. An In vltatlon from Lexington to meet in that city next year will be acted upon tomorrow. The delegates visited the Princess theater and Holland's opera house and were entertained later at a reception given by Thomas L. Met calfe. The meeting will close with a barbecue on Lake Tandy. LARGE STRAWBERRY CROP. Bloody Battle In Prison Court Yard. Lisbon. Details of the r.evolt among the prisoners at Limoslrd show that 400 political prisoners, well supplied with arms and money, had enticed 450 criminal prisoners to join them in a revolt In which the wardens connived. All escaped Into the courtyard, wher6 a great fight took place with the mili tary. The troops succeeded In subduing them. It Is Impossible as yet to ascertain the number of victims. Several bombs were found. Negro Is Lynched. Greenville, Miss. An unidentified negro who attacked a white woman on Elsa !U-- J Salvador Castrlllo, the one of the principal street in the resichild rt of Ue new minister from Nic- dence section here, was captured In a aragua Ttiy were born In Nicaragua cemetery by a crowd ot citizens and anJ lie pending their first winter lynched an hour later. The woman awaj i.oin home. They are attending wns Mrs. G. S. Whitehead, a widow. one of Washington's exclusive private schools. Boy It Electrocuted. Mansfield, O. John Jesson, 14 years OMITS "YES" AND LOSES SUIT old, caught hold of a rope to shake an arc light whlcch was not burning and Girl Seeking $10,000 for Breach ot was electrocuted. Tho boy's father Promise Admits She Did Not was badly shocked when trying to Accept Suitor. rescue him. It falL to he lot of the modern to chtse r d design .her own hats If she so withes and yet to be ntirely up to date. It only needs the original Idea, and that together with effect constitutes smart millinery. The woman of temperament can find expression In ber millinery, and there It nothing throughout an entire wardrobe that so changes a woman, so alters her- appearance, as her varying millinery. No one can disagree that & hat eminently becoming this morning Is hideous tomorrow. And the wherefore? Change of mood, there fore change of expression. The hat that sits well down on tho head, covering and hiding from view a riot of curls, but that Is redeemed by a merry face and a gleam of pretty teeth, Is a satisfaction; a failure only, when the face settles Into gloom or austere repose. In such a case the upturned brim has Us value, where the hair la revealed and falls softly about the face, beautifying the expression and softening the features. For this reason the multiplicity ot At last we have been able to change style in hats Is Indeed a blessing, and the style ot the bathing suit The a concession to be grateful for. Pannier effect craze has carried the If the nails are hard and brittle rub bathing suit along in its path, and this summer we will see the Pannier them at night with a little cold cream. bathing suit on the fashionable Lemon juice will remove stains, and As its sister the Pannier the use of a little ammonia In tho beaches. water will strengthen the nails. dress, the Pannier bathing suit worrf-i- n - t SUFFERERS TAKEN CARE OF. "..? f- Hickman. The government in wind' lirv ud its flood relict depot turned s (otw to ehe relief committee 1,000 impounds of coffee. 20,000 pounds of :meL 4.099 pounds of bacon. 14 bar- 'feto of molasses and three barrels of sugar. In addition to this, the relief committee has $3,500 in cash for dis-- bunsement. With these supplies and cash all the remaining flood sufferers can be well taken care of until they gotten back to work. Health Taav conditions are excellent - Bowling Green. The strawberry crop In Warren county this year will be the largest In its history, accord Ing to reports from all over the 1,100 county. Between and 1,200 acres arc In berries, and the first ship ment is expected to bo raado In less than SO days. The three principal varieties are Klondykes, Gandys and Aromas. More than 100,000 crates have been received and for some time past the association has had men out City, Mo. An emphatic nil .not a smile or a mere nod of. fj fcead must be given by the proposed to in order to covet ma damt.bi for breach of promise to marry, according- - to a decision in the circuit court here. Edna M. Cooke of this city sued Garnett Sparks, 373C Broadway, a horse and mule dealer, for $10,000 damages, but her attorney wltndrfw the case when the evidence deve'"ped tho fact that she had not said yes" when Sparks proposed, but "toe, a for granted that he knew she wuld marry him. Lfi.t-a( Dynamite In His Pocket. .'r securing pickers. ment Mayor George W. Eminence. Young, who broke Into the limelight a few weeks ago by making thU city the "smallest city in the world with a great white way," announces now that he will reverse the usual order as to prison labor, and the In mates of the city's workhouse will be put to "making rock" instead of "breaking rock." Mayor loung con templates the erection of a new city Lball here, and he will use the prison labor In rr,.k!ng the artificial ston Locks for the new and cen edifice.-- "- Sharon, Mass. Thomas J. Lcary, the town tree warden, sat down beneath a tree on East Roxboro street, and a moment later an explosion blew him to pieces. A hole three feet deep was made in the ground where he had been sitting. The report of the explosion was heard for miles, and houses a quarter of a mile away rocked dan gerously. Tho theory Is that Leary, who was a contractor, had a stick ot dynamite In his pocket and that when ho sat down It came In contact with a stone. Life Imprisonment. Lincoln, Neb. The jury In the case of Convict Charles Morley, after de first-degre- i Hodgenvllle. R. J. Skaggs and J. The Sunday School Nlcholasvllle. Institute of the Lexington District J. Bell, farmers, have been sued for held a recent session at the Southern 1300. alleged damage In the Laru Methodist Church, with about GO del circuit court. They are charged with egates in attendance. Dr. S. S. Deer cutting telephone wires at points on jlng, of Lexington, presiding elder of 'heir farms. An Injunction also G. T. Underwood and others t the district, presides ct the services. acUed. if the Buffalo vicinity are tho plain. Among the speakers were the Rev. O. iffs. "St B. Crockett, of Lexington. W. Vtughn, of Louisa; E. S. Boswell, of Whitesburg. John Elkins, thirty."."?rtHe. The following counties are rep .no, was arrested near the Kentucky Fayette, border, charged with the murder of 'i'retentcd a the Inttltute: "Woodford, Clark. EtUH. Montgomery, Henry Hunsucker, jr., four months t igo and taken to Wise Jail. . &ta.utowan, roweii ana Jetsamint indt the Perfect Wife. New York. According to Mrs. Ro wife of a retired land Kllbee-StuarBritlsl army officer, the perfect worn an and tco perfect wife Is to be found and In Burira'i. Mrs. Kllbee-Stuaber husband arrived on the last lap m trip of the world. "The a 30,000-milt, rt e The newest additions to the spring's embroideries are the embroidered cotton ratine and the embroidered agaric The embroidery, rather heavy. Is done In a mercerized thread on a ratine or agaric so light In weight as to be somewhat transparent They are to be had In white. In ecru and In finely striped effects, combining dark blue, black, light blue, pink, or lavender with white. These embroideries are not only remarkably effective, but are practical as well, for tbey launder perfectly and hold their shape and color. Afternoon Tea. Embroidered Ratine. equipped tea table, ready at a moment's notice for proffering the cup. which cheers? Since the revival of the tea fad' many quaint tea sets or grandmamma's and days have been brought from obscure hiding places and pressed Into service. Even tea cups minus handles, cream, era with broken noses and sugar bowls with pronounced cracks and apertures have been restored and again made usefuL Burmese woman," said Mrs. Kllbee-Stuart- , "is thrifty and keeps her home well. She is a business woman, knews how to look after her husband'! business and attend to the domestic economy of the house. Her one ldet Is that she should he attractive as well as to make her home attractive." liberating for 48 hours, returned a ver e murder, fixing the diet of punishment at life Imprisonment. Morley Is the only survivor of the three convicts that blew their way out of tho Nebraska penitentiary on March 14, after killing Warden Delahanty and two assistants. Four days later the three convicts, Gray, Dowd and Morley, were overtaken by a posse In Sarpy county, near Omaha. Gray was killed. iJo'.vd committed suicide. How to Wash a Silk Bloute. When wathlng silk blouses never J American girls are fast falling Into rub soap on them or rub the silk bea hospitable custom long practiced tween tho hands. Use soapsuds and by their English cousins that of serv- put In a little methylated spirits Into ing afternoon tea on any and every the last rinsing water, as this gives-gloss to the Bilk. For tussore silk, occasion. The beverage Itself may be diluted use bran water in place ot soap. In fact. Its coloring may be palest A pound ot bran should be well boiled in two quarts of water, strainamber but 'taa It must be. For is there anything which lends ed, and used for both washing and such an air ot hospitality to drawing rinsing water. One part of water to room, boudoir, or even the tiniest three parts of the bran mixture will bachelor girl quart art, as the well be found about the right proportion. a J t f ILvvn Wi: a ChanckV-- A corps Miss Lena Alexander visited l;as Cleveland Shtilta and family, near of surveyors are quietly at work surveying a route for a steam or last week. been very ill with stomach PUBLISHED WEEKLY. cciriu i.uiway up mum hie for the past two weeks. is Arthur K.irri.'k. of firnssv Lick. - - - KY. iiiuv.ii OWINGSVILLE, ana u yueiur ey river. survey bemg made along liiuni The is better of his illness. Morton iL wnk the eastern eae ot llarnson t..o Goodpaster is very low. Entered, according to Act of . - mi t he Lie cinr river v:il i'v. :iiul Irs. riiarhe PriCO.of iSit. Ster. .1.1 Congress, at the Owingsville. KnVrr Ann OA fn Mi- - nul llro .1 1: ni... quu nun, .,::.. lni'i ii urn. Li .iiii.i. o..,. 11. is rcponea me route runs ... viNuuii second-clas- s Ky., Postoificc as Luther Kawhngs, a son. loiies, last week Mt. Olivet or Klominirsbunr or matter. Moses fipence and family spent Elmer Karrick, of Russell, re- - ' some other near point. Of course many surveys are Saturday and Sunday with the turned here this week. made without a road being built, The Outlook's subscription family of John Sorrel 1. at Moore's Al Hums, of near Lexington but nevertheless the fact that the Ferry. rates are as follows: was here the past week ARE A SPECIALTY WITH US One year One Dollar. The recent rains are fine on Sixty Cents. mflttc: aivl nt!iii vmr.fnf inn Kilt Six months Walter Quisenberrv and wife ' it the possibility of a new road ot Cents. :irn luiftinn' thn f:rmnvs lnrlc in ?peh. Siindnv with Undo John some kind. It is possible that a Three months..Thirty-fiv- e traction line is to be built from Karrick and wife. their corn planting. IMewport lollowing up the Lieu- iom iiorreii and wne anu Mrs. mg valley. No commissions allowed anyUpper iJ: ick.y Ash. James Carter r.peiit Sunday with body on subscriptions. Last week s Falmouth Outlook Subscribers desiring a change Pnlnv Rfnnnolr? nf V.nat V.nAr Mrs. Will Anderson. k:ivs of t.lii? snrvov of address should give previous and Miss Lillie Clir.o drove to Mt. "Messrs. A. L." Clairborne, of Oiymmn. Sterling Saturday and were mar address when writing. Richmond. Va J. 1L Walker, of TVTi'O TIm.hni-Ciwi iirnii orwl rh?l Cincinnati, and A. C. Walker, of Correspondents should always ried, l he undo is a daughter oi pet their items to us not later i nomas vinit; aim a nice. iik- - uren returned home Saturday, Luray, Va., arrived Saturday with young lady. l.lr. Stanfield ter a than Monday if possible; when visit to her corps of engineers and assistants is said to be industrious and a mothcr at Maysville. out of stationery mention it on a surveying a gentleman of good morals, l heir , . . . for the purpose of Paris through , separate slip of paper. traction line from News matter of general inter- friends join in tenedering best visiting his parents, Geo. Swarts Cynthiana, Mt. Olivet. Claysville, est. Is wflcnmedr brine- it tn ns wishes and congratulations. Falmouth and Butler to Cincinand wife. without delay if you wish it in the Silas Corbin, of near Reyno'ds-villMisses Ethel aiid May Swarts nati. Mr. Clairborne and most serted; don t wait until lucsuay was the guest of Russell visited Mrs. Ed Walkers arc the largest and Owor Monday, for the paper is not Shrout and wife one night last ingsville, several Palmer, in promoters in days last week. successful railroad coming set up in one day nor in three week. menus the country; their Mrs. Dud Parks and Misses something more than passing nodavs. .IpfT Rtntnn nnil vifr went tn - Correspondents must give only Swarts, tice to our country." Our opinion Grace Parks and Mt. Sterling on Thursday of last of Preston, visited Anna friends here is that we have more than an news iiotices of deaths. L o eyes last week. obituaries and verses will cost Tc week, the latter to have her even chance of securing a traca line of five average words each. treated. Rev. Gilbert filled his appoint- tion line at an early date." CynMrs. Perry Goodpaster came ment here Saturday and Sunday. thiana Loot Cabin. Sign your name, to communicaO. O. E. Owingsville, tions, or they may go to the waste home Friday from the hospital at A Rebuke to Unproductive' Everybody, remember Elder Lexington. She is much improvbasket. uu i 13attenlield's appointment here nu.uiji. in tin ill Advertisers wishing a change ed in health. "Irresnonsible Woman and next Saturday and Sunday. or discontinuance of ad. should Mrs. M. P. Goodpaster and SAVED Friendless Child," m the Lay Noiicc! Poultry Raiders inform us the week previous to Mrs. George Boyd, of OwingsMrs. John Fortune and child- American Magazine, Ida M. ll day. publication ville, are a few days ren are visiting her mother besays: HER LIFE Address all communications to with Perry Goodpaster and wife. fore going to West Virginia to "The heaviest burden W. Honaker, Owingsville, John make her home. on productive America, aside Mrs. Martin Tells About a Painful Ky. v CURES Jiait Lick. Thomas Thompson has bought from the burden imposed by a yExperience that Might Hava Jackson Ghas. Fowler's property and will vicious industrial system, is that Mr. and Mrs wy w wwy wavy j THURSDAY. MAY 9. 1912. VtlVlVt U Ended Seriously. gsburg move to it soon. women. of its left AionMy foif r r ix i i1 t xoxe ih anon- y&rmoea ana an uissases ui rumiry They are the most demanding ihere. to take c SO QCBE. KO I' AT RJvc3vllle. W. Va. lira. Dora Martin, Mrs. Elizabeth Wells, of Pres- portion of IV m years udthla.! t&e best l fT3 oied Ra"fe Ml. K (U Prr.nt RiTrf-society. They Robert' ANNOUNCEMENTS. In a letter from RlTesrllle, trrltes: ton, visited friends here Sunday. spend moreour pouKnr mncdyntMle, H caret cspesatulltRibenicckvrJhouttul. 11 t il -. -I money than any n few daj "For three years, I suffered with woir.t :......! liu um Dsipeveae i nire era bicq, l..t (IlKACU ui lug nvuu uuu iu uij t other group, are more insistent We are authorized to announce manly troubles, and had pales la zay PoDblo. Mfg, aud Ciaraiuri by J. Robt. Crcrae, Eirditr.va, Ky. Misnr in their cry for amusement, are i Vice.! Wm. J. Fields, of Carter countv? Li back and side. I waa n:rroc3 and SOLO BY We are having some nice show- more resentful of interruption of ami to as a candidate for could not sleep at night ers. excitements, their pleasures and Congress from the Ninth district., The doctor could not help me. Ho subject to the action of the Corn planting is the order of go to greater extremes of indocald I would have to he operated on belence and uneasiness. ' ocratic party. the day. fore I could set better. I thought I "The really serious.side to this J. would try using CarduL f id I. N. Powell is able to be out parasitical group is that great Now, I am entirely weU. Teddy and Jaf t '." again, after being confined to his numbers of other women, not At Pat.m Rraph "Smuis tn I am sure Cardul caved my life. I Flowers of Ancient Egypt. room nearly all the past week. fall in Massachusetj accept 'jr free, forced to produce, In a suhurb of Cairo stands the me it's awfully stupid here." re- - will never be without Cardul In my ilar result is forer g Born. to A. T. Hendrix and their standards of life. We hear national museum of Egyptian an- marKea a transplanted croad-wayit- home. I recommend It to my friends. 21 by the know' V wife. May 5, a girl. All doing women, useful women, every- tiquities founded fifty years ago "Can't you get up a For fifty years, Cardul has been rewhere talking about the desira- by a Frenchman known as Mari-ett- e little excitement?" lieving pain and distress caused by woWnENdtc. e well. hn'ell. I mnrht let vou have manly trouble. It will surely help you. Bey. One department is deMrs. finrlio TCnilev visifed J. F. bility of not being obliged to do It goes to the spot reaches tho Stephens Saturdaxthe first time anything, commiserating women voted to an interesting collection your bill," suggested the hotel vMio work, commiseiating trouble relieves the symptoms, and Mie had been ab) be out since thosemust have heavy household of specimens of plants which have manager. J udge. who drives away the cause. 'jristmas day. to see ner responsibilities, and, by the whole been found in the sepulchral monnnT?nF.c:pnrrR:T: Waktrh If you suffer from any symptoms ot uments of that country, says Har- The Outlook would like to have Sgain. I r f tlio?. wnrflc nnH nptc in- mewomanly trouble., take Cardul. per's Weekly. correspondent at following v fluencing those younger anu less Wagp ed his 1.1 It is remarkable that, although an ces 1T..L wouiu the in ine It.Your druggist sells and recommends Get a bottle from him today. sena ' mornintj ev rjonred than themselves to uiai puTs with reasonable regularity N.B. Wit to: lSn'MwrDrvU. Spttial and contains man:" at naaj3 o39i yp leave out mere visits inside McdVlne Co.. ClutunurcaTna, far Jftltntctiwf. an4 In Tin bcok. "How TfffiTnul --iteu I wrsnr.r. M tiunL I. ir Wnnz-r 'Pa ltt 'Ina ,3v't county: l. '. m hofrnTo'T?.'? brother Joht week, "J)o you mean to sa; cxelaim- Moreover, the closest ters Saturdav mornintr 'rrr.-.- - l Airs. L011 not so ea li e mn tanc sutrragette, "that .turn fails to reveal the slightest "! sn issuejl by at 2 o'clock. 4.1.: r. ypii have been married ten years difference between the plants somev authority that Mr. Peters was nnc rT nnr Vinet vtii mis wees. ..w iiuu a uuurrui wicn tnat nourisned ntty centuries aco Wyominp-- . Up p. 0. b: & citizens, and the immense crowd Tom Hunt wont to Mnvsviiin J 'fraembeiS of Monday, B: L. of the, ,, , an? inose wnicn tne traveler sees ii r.7r : 4 States and that attended the fimpml . r t iju.it; J EXECUTORS' Jurrinparts mi nt d Swn in' u.iy at -10 o ClOCk was nroot of. Knhr VVhiffr,n A r;r p.. eyed woman, liuk, ouiu muaau- - toaay on tne DanKs oi the river who worked for Flowers such as the boy Moses the room in wh. Wm. his popularity. bar Henry Peters, phens went to Mt. Sterling Mon- - her living. or the children of Joseph picked Tafr. PrMen-;ndiirg. Eve J .J yU al;vays R1VG way to stl11 bloom unchanged. There are If we arc not already tt day . and , p to be seen here blue xwujr ijujiajiuu aim wne, 01 near 11114 coming to it last. of ,y Pastor oi puarpsDurg. visited the latter's TciAl H r. Aiyi j let ...... u . v. L.iL.1 larkspur which loving hands rilaid. We will sell to th him .nnm i imnn i.i it: ....... iii . ,r ,nwuiirnn i.i , A OUEER situation resi.'fs m w wi.uii.ii i:ere, came umrenis, inomton Step! lens and l i' uiiuii u it n thoiisnnd vnnra hnfni-A hrr,V.o. der last WOrd wue, last week, the Massachusetts President luconuuctiit tne services ;J , ('Al,.m,. r """""."UlUHOUl primary election. Taft carried ul w. . reters, went into Egypt MaU(1 M MONDAY, MAY 13, 1912, ATi vnn minri fnllinn- mo ana sarantlumui uie i.i.. onha returned u no l t., uic ... the State by 3,000 to 4,000, but nv xn aate mier ... inave (Court dav Slfc thn f!nni.liii0 auer a week's visit to ft'hV VOU nrn n vinlHtnnr on ,, . i the Roosevelt delegates from the 1 III CO x " ft r"1-r witn appa- - ooor ioetween 1 ' wut.-iiuuo- c ir Haa .to ,IVKJ V 1. o ncn n n uuLTii niJiVn Sn nflV. Willi 'Sfc Mnin I1UUUUA and 4 o clock p. "e wo- - renny simple ornamental llowers were chosen, thus cat aw lii nit uauMaLer "a """" whof slave i.ipk- -i ht.. ti for your emanci- - such as hollyhocks and chrysanl in.,' tiie mrerncr- nf . nnn a iiaur i dividing the delegate vote of 36 inir;ivnr nwrT in mmons. ot near men "fw ' equally between Taft and Roos- eral weisrhed 12 nonn ?eth- vJslt.e4 her sister Mrs. PaK10..- - .. anthemums. the various fruits sev.'. deceased,i m" thnhntiononi inf Tn i ,w . ...luuui.miuiuk iu i i ,i, iVrinInvH ' il J...l evelt Before the election the l iiteiiyouwnv. "sheren' iheri. wootn h ou nn,i b""iia iui v.iuuil oi the estate of .Tnhn W Un ; . it . Mrs linrrm .A nicmM, a t ..ji iiii;iir . ..f mTT unci- . deceased, subject to the life es- - for test hu ii.o uiu mini im uvur ioeen Rodsevelt managers proposed to in.i l. if Robertson and wifenmi . "erbe.rt Maddox sold a horse pand just because we are jugglers such as furs, dates, nliv renowned. uuu oi miss iee u. Barnes. Said errors of reh the Taft managers to let thn ro Kev- - Wagoner for $110, Robertson attended thn nronertv is sitimtpd nn- thn k'wuiu i inn..t ri . erential vote for President con here Monday. i.viifci.nu. . - vi. oarjeyana et.An.... su ' " . rp-trol the vote of the delegates, but wuiie iiu wneat. Around the necks nnrf oiuc ui luaui street, uwmgsville. o ., anu uujoms tne nronertv nf Mason Botts. of Mt. Sterling, throws knives all around me." unon thn iW!)si-- nf .i. tne latt managers declined the . T Farmers enntinno tn r. til r. far ri'iiPT.RvAu.iTuv T?nvnr,m died at the time when Solomon mis. ijiva Ti i"i nr nrr nnri vi. proposition. Now Roosevelt says is visuing nis daughter Mrs. A behind with their work. annie Brother. We will also the delefrates instrnf tv1 for him is. Katlm. 111 Jerusalem, about 1,000 LIGHT YOL sell at the same time and place Oats are looking fine, the pros- - ber of years a Litter feud existed ei?"ed should vote for Taft, but some of Farmers are behind with corn between Brown and Perkins, 1?und a"ands of nve snares ot stnpk-- in n... ijctio uKiug kooq ior a great crop next donr nniVnhnrs Tho f rnnKii celery, me delegates at least say they planting on account of rain. does not appear to WITH T intrsville Cemetpta' rv nnri .I .... will vote for Roosevelt notwith Cnw.n f iMrmtrs say tney will be hadorigmated through ty shares of stock in the Owings- Croons standing. No one but - Va,i& J aations pi lirown'syat, and had decline the gifts the gods these plants, when they vine riiectnc bight Jlant. nfrn;J Tn Tu prown tn b n fi nr. With the "Big Ones" on both " lerms cash. Lexington Wednesday were Prepared for the funeral provide in pontics, that neither mrtv nwr 1mnm SlflPS MSinnr cunVi linn.... J. R. Brother ceremonies, were subjected t o of "makinir un." One ,iv.' hnW. great Another rain Satnrdnv mVU w'H ul- t ftnuvv wiiurt: il a , & E. FT.. llnnnPAOTPD w .m CORRESPONDENCE. heat, by ...i.... i. their form l th 11111 Rpni- - hv hia coninnf .j.. . i. ever. Rrnwn maqe tne ground too wet to nlow main ueonle" xecutors of John A. Ramsey, . .. UUi.i u nom inr vr. nnr. land. color . ivcn unKopnoil liOdessa. iiii in liii. i power was de- - j x.ba, kins, which read- :t?clr c ot Tnlin i X L. Markland bought a young Mr. Brown sends his comnli- - "fW- a". tne stories t" Mh. eow and calf of L B. Conyers for ter., of. Owimrsvillp vicJtofl xwia-i.- u is v c f nn. ifiailVCO t .wniFn nave ee.n told of wheat nere. ments to Mr. Perkins nml hS wuii.iiis rump f. l .. J $40. and sold an early steer calf een nmed from grains to say that his old cat died this u slbier iUISS , TT lam in tne wrappings n AIIA1,1 11 ...:n iril'l , 3ri '.I'll"!" I'l .IT1,1 t i to w. r. vice lor $L50 ITT. xti: is inereoy given morning." 1J. Will uncu r ior nicy centuries netition has this- rlnv that a Mr. Perk ns' written rnnk- - TOn Ui Ci...j... Oscar Conyers sold a mare mule BlCVinS Vallev next Sntnrvlr m nir "uy o J oaiuruay. J iunu M.muuj t. 1 i. TT TT I t fU ...... , bitter: "Mr. Pnrkins is sArrv tn are untrue. Unscrupulous na- - Ahnl 20. 1912. hpnn filnrl in nil. con 10 nenry nopKins.oi anarps night and Sunday. . aye soio to credulous trav. Bath Circuit Court Plnrl-'.1 lu',,l"il start i. hear nf n surg,- ior no. tl barker nnn wnnnro vic iunr?c niintin u iairlast, weeu. he Had Aft- - Ttmum'e frn,,,iQ nmi r. w not heard that Mrs. Brown grams wheat in which modern styled N. T. Clark and others on . .7 om mil 4 g pmuuHj; tuin Fletcher Donaldson and Allen ltincr their dnnchtpr have been mixed with the petition. was ill. Iho object of said pe be plowed. Donaldson, wife and two child- Steele, on Flat creek. tition is to nave-- the charter of i ren, of Bourbon county, visited xiic luaw ANUTiiu ulo. uov. crams can rrerm nnfn V.v Mrs. Bob Will Kims and enn nf x 1- .- .... 'Tofin V,ro tiie town of OJympia in Bath Co.. ' OSS. Of Mass.. tells nf n flivinn jwanaa uuagen ana iamny tne nearuwinffsville. visitpH hprnn ivy., annuueo. " who was visitintra State Drison . .EVOLUTION m the Home. ;V nrst ot last week. Mrs. D. S. Nixon last week. on ,n v N. T. Cf.Aww 1 understand you folks had a when he came Judge W. W. Power and wife, Jbhn Caudill and fnmilv nf Vnrract TTancnn . wnose features across a prisoner , ...A iaim'y reunion." . J. J. Nesbitt, Attorney for pe were familiar to ef Owingsville. visited I. R. Dar anencer. werer 0 v., . oiipots nf Pnprv S rlairmm ,,:r.:,i 5 i; ( vivajiui, titioners. nell and wife and Sirs. Martha Shultz and Wlffi Rntnrnnv i. n LpnnL-- fw,mwoHcuiciiiuvKs atrial him'What bromrht'vnii hnvn ' v Ci..I...i;H mv that S What it startnd nut tn l jiuiucaiuiuuy UllfllOuQay. - but some w,rv " . . r i. Jones one day recently, of them got to talking poor leuow.'" no asked. ., !.!. mill iii.n icmuuiis tt MrRiwmr nnd l- .illi. " i ou married me to a new wo Occasion Mnln!... over, ano the iuot uy " visited T. U. and man a little while ago, rnsnlvnrl . HcnlF InlA an Kerns spenXSaturday night and valuable mare last week. ueaui 01 ivit. sterling, lton Shprmnn , sir," the . . . iiiiu D-. e owicis prisoner replied. HVII , 7V..", indignation meeting. ouuuaj i nrvtahirrennntu on ,au Mrs. H. A. Williams in returned Iasc "eanesaay. Acetylene Gas Generator; Vcourting exIJechtiqn. 1 Fridav from a visit: tnliPrnnmrn. Thn AantU t Ah, l see," said the paison; 2475. 0..: ana sne was nnmmpprinrr ...'. ov mill . ......vw. Ought to Vvmv rpwot -. May is nere and but little corn ter at Ward, W. Va. better, safer and cheaper than w.. Crooks, one of Montiromerv fin ' travagant, and drove you te des ... f r n congratulations, old milin. I will make the season of 1912 at kerosene, gasoline or coal gas; pianiea. ine rain Sunday will man. . most esteemed citizens, is deenly ijciuiu uuurses, en: inn hear you have . prevent further progress for Half stGDstone i J oy an vno i nearest approach to sunhVht- "No." said thn nrisnnnt "mt. siipppssfnllv " been speculating my stable in Sherburne at S15 to most delicate Knew him wis week, jn early 40 per cent Mrs. Paul Wneknrspr nnii ATik- icKrutieu shades nnn ha insure a living colt. Lien retain old woman turned up.'' Cosmo'No, I lost mono v. H. S. Bittintrer. of Mt. StPrlinrr - .V: Li. .podan went Monday t( politan Magazine. ei tne corn land is yet to brea ed on foal until paid for or mare easily and accurately "That so? Wnl! vnn nutQuite a number of turkeys in visited Mrs. Will Anderson te- visit relatives near Owingsville, sold or bred to another horse. Hahd on the Prince. -- "When know better than tn mmKin ;stweek. Miss Stella Conher will cIosp rthis neghborhopd ha.ve been sick . t ii No responsibility for accidents or Well and Cistern Pumns. I was abroad I was wntnnthr naiiauo oitj tiUUIIlUI. ner scnooi nere next l nday, and anticted iKpecuhar way, taken for a certain crown prince escapes. Smoked Out. pipe fittings, the Perry pneusome of thwlTdying oh their nest, nnnh Tnn Uncle John Karrick continue, L J0l!"u trimble was wnom i oeneve i resemble." was fired out of his matic Water SVStpm nnrl nhimh Kepumican committeeman for Marshall Riddle is some better noorlv "I sunnose von had tn Ulll.t( WUU terday. T. mg goods. w chnll nnf i illness. some large tips." Boob Was he hehinrl with h; Wick sad Thos. Terrv vie tori L Manager. Ino. 1 W. T. Jones, ot Owingsville, John Terry, near Mt. Sterling. thn Old nacers for M! nf "i18 ?,"nc Wash- - rent? aw; Goob-Nwas on the creek Sunday. King Bourbon is the nronertv last week. the place burned " ftvi. Outlook efhee. 'ington Herald. down. Cincinnati Enquirer. of Mrs. Sallie B. Wilson. 41-Owingsville, "KyjfS IWI8GSVILLE OUTLOOK Forgo Kill. Mrs. Jennie Myers. wl I THE 7. N. ATCHISON n. ' uui uiua ,JJ i T I ' -- I ! 1 SURANCE AGENCY stock and Farm Policies ' Ijive i i FIBS ACCIDENT ! I I f at-tno- us TOBNADO INDSTORM LIFE two-week- s' i T e. in' HEALTH E AUTOMOBILE LIGHTNINGPLATE GLASS Policies in force same day application is made. I. Building, . Kentucky -jt ri Tar-be- to-d- ay r ve W rjiij 1 t! i.m w- I i I - A AA J- . ? JTT iii-.- u en r pT R. CLYDE BYRON, Owingsville. e. y-- -- - V 1 - -- ap-n- 1 11 -- e -- ft. " ! i i - -- - c 1 M. V I . V 4 W AIA I I iiuiii-jwaiiom- a. tir Z r , 1 i I 14 i V. V. 1 n 1 - I -- t- - State-at-larg- I I 1 R -- - rrr " : a.1 ; P;f c.. 111 oh i?. I ref f,,Pi ... I 1 .j ttt ll r I .. Sto-pps- a&rTAV"lZ"n mou T T I , cna I I i . we, Teddy-woul- d thedepre:LS I 5 I j...' ueacL--maKins- r T?1-vKi- wrr'f.T - g I m I f20TJGE. " o , I ( Tl "... J Ivalf A . - I w ""-- tn-f;vvy- ATi-- c ""uH.y 1 'w.j ulu uiui-.n..- !, oJ t.: n. 1 -- .. 42-4- .T.m-llW- 1 1 King Bourbon, A Y TOiSTT A -.. t--. - 1 .) -- 1.1. I 11 - - - 1 " o..'.. f-- 1 his W. Daugiiehtv. I T. 1 t I " Oscar Palmer, 1 14