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pVOL a < XXX OWINGSVILLE KENTUCKY THURSDAY DEC 28 u 1910 Y ii > t
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Come and see Slcsscr ladies
t suits and cloaks at cost
t Mound City paints car longest
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J t f Siesser is selling mens and I
4 boys suitsand overcoats at cost
Beautiful line of Christmas ties
at L D Brothers See show
windows 23tf
1 > A nice dress pattern makes an
f acceptable Christmas gift cheap
4 t at Mrs Estills 22tf
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All new colors in Cluett and i
to 4 Monarch shirts for Christmas at
fI if i L D Brothers 23tf
V rt Combination box containing tie
suspenders25ea
a tbrat L D Brothers 23tf
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0 1F > I Beautiful line of ladies Christ
S mas scarfs wool and silk 25c to
3 at L D Brothers 23tf
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iAfter an alldays rain Friday
t the weather clerk again blanket
ed the earth with snow that
31 l night i
1 t 0l A big reduction on childrens
I psboys caps from 10s to tOe
1 girls caps 40cto 90c at Mrs D
S Estills 22tf
Pt The two High School literary
c I 0s societies cleared about 25 on
C F their two entertainments Thurs
p day and Friday nights
c Get your Christmas presents
y from Mrs Estill such as parasols
S a 1 kid gloves handbags cuff but
4 < 7 JSfrms and brooches 22
t < 4 TIYkeyto a cannel coal on
wIi I ourgJfnntee For grates stoves
superiorI
I aCASSIDY COAL Co
o 25 32 Lexington Ky
0 i i T SIGN YOUR NA1EIt is the
1 universal rule ip neWpaperoffice
to pay no attention to communica
> tions to which the writers name
j1 is not signed tf
j4 Jackson Estill sold to differ
ent purchasers last week three
pairs of work mules at 320 330
j t and 360 and a harness horse for
of 150
1 lof
To jw + i SMALL PROFITS FOR CASH
1 M < With small profit and evolo
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4 iitir eJt c w1o
il your grocery bill Try me under
1 p 1 the new cash system
BYRONi
TICEThe stockholders of
Tthe Bethel Bank Bethel Ky
a are requested to meet at the bank
I the second Monday in January
L 1911 to elect officers for tlieen 1i
I 5LsI suing term I
ltJP BALLINGER Cashier i
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1AfOCKSALESJQhfl Doyle of
icarReynoldsvillesold to Hughes
9 I Atkinson of Ewington a pair of
r I males for 525 to another party
1 a par of mules for 325 and one
1 I rnultfyfo S18250 to Mrs Alice
S Cbrbjj eighteen yearling steers
for
3WqE JNO D YOUNG DEAD
u4 ge John Di Young died at Mt
at Starling Sunday night of old age
r he Toeing in hisSSthyear He was
buried Tuesday
v Judge Young was the last sur I
vivor of the children of his fath
i er Thos J Young
A more extended notice next
t week
I CORRESPONDENTS WANTED
4 1 i THE OUTLOOK would like to have
r a correspondent at the following
places that would send in the
I fit n ws with reasonable regularity
k and leave out mere visits inside
i p the county
1 Sharpsburg
1 t4J Upper Flat Crel
4 Bethel
qj Sherburne
CXRPENTERMCCAUGHEY
I Jesse Carpenter and MISS Ruth
7 k fas yie McCaughey were to be
i married at the home of the bride
Dec 28 I
The bride is the only child of
Mr and Mrs Hugh McCaughey
of near Kempton Ill The fath
I er is a wealthy farmer
h Mr Carpenterisa son of New
upw
v w per Slate creek and lsayoupg
mn of mdustry stQidy habits
V arid Jfine character
NOTICE NO 3 AND THE LAST
j ONEI have sold my interest in
thestock of groceries to my part
r i ner R u Clyde Byron of which
y i you have hadprevlous notice
r 4at and I must have settlement of
1y tiraccount I mean business
t I ° trust yoq will call at once and
4 make a settlement and you wIlt
greatly oblige me
4rtf Sup THOMPSON
partnerI
I i 4 Dud Thompson Come in and
settle your account anU try me
f qunder the > new cash system just
4 F adopted as by a concentration 9f
t operating force and reduction of
4e profits I expect to make it to your
interest to spend your cash with
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PERSONAL
John Scott and wife of Mt
Sterling visited friends here the
past weekV
Rev W B Hall went to spehd
the holidays at his old home in
Bourbon county
Shanklin Piper and wife of
Carlisle arc guests of Mr and
Mrs T S Shrout
Elder G W Mills went to Hod
gensville last week to solemnize
the marriage of his niece
Mrs Dick Weedon end son
Hit of Mt Sterling are visiting
her mother Mrs S J Ratliff
Hurst Gee of Grayson joined
his wife and baby here Saturday
afternoon and all returned home
TuesdayS
SS Pinney wife and child
ren of Mt Sterling were guests
of Major and Mrs J M Brother
the past week
Emil Peters wife and John B
Peters of Georgetovncame Sun
day to visit their parents Thos
J Peters and wife
Mrs T M Perry went Thurs
day to spend the holidays with
her parents Thomas McClintock
and wife of Millersburg
Roscoe Carmichael and wife of
Bourbon county were guests of
the latters parents Geo Car i
ter and wife the past week
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Rev John E Moss and wife I
of Woodlawn came last week on
a visit to the latters parents
Judge John A Daugherty and
wife
George Steele and family re
turned last week from Sedan
Olla to visit relatives on Salt
Well and probably to make their
V home Misses Oddie L Power Annie
Bailey Helen Jacks n and Eva I
McKinivan went the pat week
to attend a house jTirty given by
Mrs H O Irwin 2it Ashland
Dr W 0 Phillijvsvho is sales
man for a chemical company
is spending the holidays with his
mother at Wyoyijng Dr Phil
II S makes hismeinvansville
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W L Killpattick wife and
sons Lewis and Claude Claude
Paxton wife and fe in Bartlett of
Mt Sterling were guests of W
H Daugherty and family the
past week
Otfiss LeThe Lee Harris came
home from the Midway Orphan
School to spend Christmas with
her mother Mrs Eliza Harris
but on account of poor health i
will not return to school
VSerency Estill of Walthill Ne
prsska came Sunday night to
join his wife on a visit to their son
Robert S and daughter Mrs R 1
Clyde Byron and other relatives
It is his first visit since he left
ten years ago He is looking re
markably well
J Thomas Swetnam of Peters 1
burg 111 came in last week on
a visit to his brother John Swet i
nam of White Oak sister Mrs
Ann Arnold of this town and
other relatives It is his first vis
it here in sixteen years He was
accompanied by his nephew Odd
Swetnam who had been in Kan
sas arid Missouri over a year j
OLD OWINGSVILLE BoysJ
M Leach of Judy was in to see
us Tuesday He had just return
ed from a twoweeks visit at
Kansas City Mo to see his
brother AlghVwho lives there
I and was joined there by his broth
er Thomas of flak otah whom
he hadnt seen for fortytwo
i years He spent some time with
his nephews Clay and James i
Leach who are well remembered
asOwingsvilk boys of the Jong
ago Both the latter married in
Kansas City but neither has any
children Jim is general mana
ger of the Atlas Oatmeal Co and
is doing well Clay is a contrac
tor and builder and is also doing
well Their old friends here are
glad to hear from them
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CHRISTMAS WEDDINGS The
following couples were licensed i
to wed the past week i
Oscar Ginter and Miss Martha
Gbodpaster daughter o f Mrs
Nannie Goodpaster of near Ken
dalls Springs
Jesse Ingram and Miss Alice
Walter urniichael Moore and Miss Nannie
Blevins daughter of Elias Blev
j ins of near Olympia
Thos Smoot and Irene Ever
man
ImanEd Palmer and Miss Anna
Shultz daughter of Mrs Martha
Shultz of Olympia > V
Gentlemen dress ami riving
gloves liiidind unlihelat L
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On 1axt atday DecemDsr 31 1910
I will offer my stock of goods at auc
tion 4
CLOTHING BOOTS 1 MB SHOES
j and other articles too num mus t6
mention X Sale will begin at 9 alii
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TOBACCO GROWERS CONVEN
TIONAtn meeting of the to
bacco growers of Bath county
held at the Courtrhoase Saturday
afternoon Dec 24 a large crowd
being present T H Brown wlJI
elected Chairman and Dr A W
Walden Secretary Very earnest
speeches ver5i made on the to
bacco situation by T H Brown
Dr A Walden Judge W S
Gudgell and D W Doggett The
vote was overwhelmingly in fa
vor of rec < miiiending to the con
vention to1 be held at Lexington
Jan 5 3911 to cut out the 1911
crop Th following resolutions
were adopter
We the cottmittee of resolu
tions vould respectfully report
to this meeting the following
5 Be it resolved by this conven
tion in mass reeting assembled
1st That ilt is the sense of
this meeting t hat the interest of
all tobacco gr > wers will be best
promoted by jitting out the crop
cropfor
ourselves tha t if this proposition
meets with g neral approval and
hearty coope Hon of a large ma
jifr u b 1 1t
the Burley dstrict of the State
that we will grow no tobacco in
the year 1911
2d Be it further resolved
that we will withhold the 1910
crop from the market until the
balance of the l909 crop now in
control of the Burley Tobacco So
ciety is sold within a reasonable
time for a satisfactory price
through the channels and by the
plan df said society
3d That e recommend some
plan by contract or agreement to
secure the cooperation of the
Louisvill Vareh use Co and the
Cincinnati Warehouse Co in hand
ling and financing the crop of
19104th
4th Resolved that we ar
prove the call of the convention
at Lexington pn Jan 5 1911 and
will abide by its action
oth Resolved that we s d
as delegates toJ exington Jan 5
instructed to cirry out the reso
lutions hereby adopted and nom
inate viz
T H Brown A W Walden
W S Oadgell G W I err John
Clark Jeff L Atchison John W
Shrout John Hughes S S Rails
Bob Shields Toll Donaldson and
any other tobacco grower who
wants to attend
Signed
T H BROWN Chairman
W S GurTGELK
GEORGE KjiniC
JOHNCiARK
IWWALDEN
It wagtilso voted to hold an
othernieeting at the Courthouse
next4 Saturday afternoon Dec
31 1910 to ratify the resolutions
adbpted at this meeting the de
sire being to give all the growers
of Bath county an opportunity to
act on the question
A W WALDEN Seey
DEMOCRATIC STATE PRIMARY i
The Democratic State execu
tive committee at Louisville last
Thursday by a vote of 8 to 4
called a primary for Saturday
May 27 to nominate candidates
for the State offices to be voted
for in November 1911 The com
mittee by a vote of6 to 5 de
clined to submit the question of a
candidate for US Senator to
succeed Senator Paynter to the
voters in the primary
The CourierJournal states that
out of the 21 candidates or pros
pective candidates present all but
three favored a convention in
stjeadof a primary
It is learned that Judge Reid
Patterson has been elected Mayor
of Pineville His numerous
friends at his old home congrat
ulate him
Come and see Slessers newest
Christmas novelties
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SHOEF ALL 1ffDS
for every nd boys HIGHTQP womens
misses ami D BOX CALF and CALF WIN
TER SHOE TS and Shoes Clothing Over
coats Under 1 irts Gloves Ove gaiters and
everything hi se Call anrget prices
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CLINT AND V
KILLEDClint a
were shot and kt o
Gibbons Withrt
Maysville street J
about 1030 oc
night Dec 22j
4o detailed rctf
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newspapers arrived late Saturday I
evening It was a commqrt re
mark here that it was exceeding i
ly strange that jothing definite
IThe
The coroners jUry is reported
to have returned verdict that
the brothers cam o their death
at the hands of pJes unknown
However in a iclished state
ment by each Jaines Tipton says
he killed Clint Allen with Clints I
own pistol and Little Mike
Gibbons says hekilled Walter Al
len James Tipton is said to Alrt
come from Lautti county to Mt
Sterling about two years ago He
is quoted as jjaying that he was a
friend ofClim Allens and had
been on raids with him after i
moonshiners He wasracting as
policeman at the time ofhe kill
ing V
ingThe bodies were brought Here
to the home of the mother Mrs
Martha Allen Friday hightsand
the urial was made in theO
ingsviile Cemetery Saturday af
ternoon about 330 oclock Much
sympathy was felt for the moth
er and family on the sad occa
sion Clint Allen was aged about 35 J
years He leaves a wifevhais
daughter of Mrs Mry Bailey
Ththadno childrfvAi He was
i appointed Depu v fnited States
i Marshal last sp V and is said 1
I to have been a t l and efficient
Altten
ten who died ei 0 i
He was a grand R I
Manley He was tar
pers Branchand his
home in Mt Sterling1 Jso11e
years N z j
Walter Allen was aged abaut
27 years ana was unmarrleci
He lived mostly at Mt Sterling
and Lexington in recent years j
STATE POULTRY SHOW For
the first time in the history of
Kentucky a great State poultry I
show is to be held By the ef
forts of Hon M C Rankin Com
missioner Agriculture the Ken
tucky Poultry Association was
formed some months since and
will hold its first annual show or
poultry fair at Lexington Janu
ary 16 to 21 Premium list and
catalogue will be ready for dis
tribution January 1 and will be
sent to any one on application to
tpSecretary
Secretary Frank L Smith Lex
ington Ky
CUTTING AFFRAYIn a fight
among the colored people Sunday
night Lee Ramsey was badly cut
by Henry Atchison The witnesses
es were so reticent that no details
I could be learned
Rev John E Moss preaches at
I thp M E Church Wednesday
night Dec 28
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the piano during the veningand S
ttyyed Melody of Lr > Ve while
the beajitiful ring ceremony was
performed by the Rev j 1g
Moody of Marion frnd Imme
diately following thceremony
refreshments of bricB ice cream
and cake in the wedding colors
of pink and white were served
The happy couple eft Wednes I
Ida
WestAn West Irgnl1a and will
be at hOflstheir frieijids at In
diaiiapolis after January 15
lbe Mr Moore is a son of Mr and
Mrs James W Moore of Sudith
Ky arid is a railroad man being
employed by the Pennsylvania
Company The bride was one of l
the most popular young ladies of
the community in which she lived
The couple have thvery best
and most sincere wishes of their
many friends for success and
prosperity There were about
aboutd
seventyfive guests witnessed the d
ceremony among whom were
James ESteele and wife Clif
ford Smith and Mrj Clara Sim
mons jan Jeff Cridr and wifepf
IndjnapolisVI t JrSmith and
sort Frank of Hartford CityRus
sfll Fort and Earl Roberts o f
Knightstpwn and W B Canna
dy and wife of FortvilleGreen
field W Va Reporter
MRS W H HOLT DEAD Mrs
William H Holt wife of Judge
Holt formerly of the Kentucky
Court of Appeals died of pneu
monia at tlijau4j2c
wee Valley a l30 cclock Tues
day night Mrs Holt had been J
ill two weeks Her maiden name
was Sarah Roberts She was
born in Philadelphia in 1841 and
was a daughter of the late Thom r 1
as Roberts at one time a promi
> pent merchant in Philadelphia
a nda member ofa prominent I
Piiladehia family She was
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ThS7 lived at Mt Sterling for sev
eral years after the marriage
Wlysn Judge Holt was sent to
Porto Rico to establish the judi
ciary system for the United States
Government Mrs Holt went with
him The climate was detriment
al to her health and for that rea
son they came back to Kentucky
They Had lived at Peewee Valley
for seven years
Mrs Hwt leaves a brother W
H Roberts of Englewood N J
Two of her brothers were killed
in the Civil War
She leaves the following child
ren M J Holt a local attorney n
Mrs A J Carroll and MrsGeo C
H Alexander of Louisville and J
Miss Elizabeth Holt and W H f
Holt of Peewee NaUeyCour y
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Christmas purchases We can supply you with the best canvi V t
dies nuts fruits etc at COST PRICES
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1 wool scarfs for 75c
50e wool scarfs 35e
Fascinators I 50 38c
Misses 50c silk mufflers SSe
Silk mufflers 59c
2 handbags 98c
1 handbags 84c I
75c handbags 5Oc1
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Ladies 50c and 1 gloves 350 < A S
Babies 25csacques 20 15c Or
Ladies 50c suit skhrts 45c 1 > < j
Boys 50c caps 25 85c >
Mens heavy fleecelined hose lOc t
Mens 50c suspenders 25c ic of
Men S 75c lined gloves 5034 t <
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if so desired
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