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I hence, trict, so that, in case he falls receiv- We will be pletscd to quote Roosevelt claims to have won ng the y residential nomination at our advertising- rates, parthe Republican nomination for Baltimore, he will not retire from ticularly on the year's busi President. He should have said Congress. that the steel trust and its manaAs a result of the recent heavy ger, George W. Perkins, are try rains, the ground got so soft that ing to buy It for htm. James Peck's house sank down on Illiteracy in Keitncky was The distinguished editor of the one side. He will let it stay that 22 per cent during the past Mtg- - way, as he wont have to prop his Louisville Courier-Journtea years. gests a solution of the problem, plate up against a biscuit to keep we do with our ex his molasses together. Hogwal-loThe Daily Evening Post, LouU-ville- . "what shall at least insofar as our Kentncklan. Presidents?" NovemKy., from now until only one is concerned, by saying ber 10. 1912. and The Bath screening The necessity of him that County World for one year, can in abis friends ought to place does against the fly is now very generally mad-houbefore he only $2 for both. The be had for understood, but there are many something terrible. earlier you subscribe under this people in the world who still look offer the longer you will receive upon files as a nuisance rather That the reactionaries in the the Post. Send or bring your subthan a menace. In disease an tf Senate are still deaf to the voice of ounce of prevention is worth a scription to this office. people is evidenced by the fact the that the Larimer committee, the pound of cure. So in guarding against the housefly prevention a majority of instances where majority of which are last-ditcIn presidential primaries have been standpatters and Tories, Has once is the best antidote, the surest pre held, and in State:; carried by more whitewashed the umcago scription. Keep the premises clean, for, Roosevelt, it is pointed out that hnc Tf the neonle of the United that he may "die set more than 35 per cent of the States could go to the polls and ike the Indian, the flv is best actoal xepabllcan .ote of the vote on the question ot Keeping when he is "good and dead.'' States was polled- - The remain- Lorimer in the Senate, the only Now that Mt. Olivet, capital of ing 75 Per cent of R put Jean to ones who would vote for Lorimer ters are to be heard frvra at the are his personal jobholders and Robertson county, is likely to have aariosal election. This fact is henchmen, and the tariff trust bar- a traction connection with the outworld deeply significant. that ons who need him in their busi- side town isit is worthy of note as peculiarly situated to of the ness. Mote than 99 per cent millions distance to neighboring towns, be Judge. Tames Ellison, of the Kan the country's ninety-tw- o miles from Maysvllle; 23 ing at City Caatt of Appeals, handed would be against his retention. miles23 irom Dover; 23 miles from are dews the following decision In the Vot thr Krtinte reactionaries Augusta; 23 miles from Flemings-burcase of O, D. Austin, of the Butler deaf to the protests against him, 23 miles from Carlisle; and (Mo.,) Record, vs. Barge, the other bund to the proven shame ot nts just a little over 23 miles from pirctlon. and dumb when Dressed BM&abers ceacarriBg, and publish ed in 137 S. W. Reports, 618: "The to ray the word that woma sena Falmouth and Cynthlana. Straight It Is tq be 23 miles preparation and publication of a him back to the oblivion where he up the supposed world beyond and straight from aewepaper Involves much mental belongs. down it is only 23 miles from physical labor a well as an eotky of money. ,9ae who ac- - Once more the old consumer has well, we'd hate to think, itl Dovsepts the paper by y continuously to dig down into his pocket and er News. taking it from thepostoffice re- pay tribute to a trust. This time Tito New Pension Law. ceives, a bent fit and. pleasure arising It Is the coal trust, ana the gxcuse The following Is a table of the given for this" trust's .latest scheme trcmi such labor nd expenditures pension due the lew w felly as if he had appropriated to eouge a Is extra dollars out ol monthly rates ot Civil War and the asy ether product of another's labor the public the fact that the coal veterans of the with eadbv such act-h- e mnst be held lia miners went on a strike. There is War bervlceMexico, under the Age no evidence that the strike, which and Actot May ri, 19 1 2. Me for the subscripting price." Age 62 yeais 90 days $31; 6 was not, strictly speaking, a strike, cost the trust anything except the months $13 50; 1 year $14; i ;Parto RIcota New Wonder. profit it would have made had the years $1450; 2 years $15; 2 y , .From Porto Rico" come men not laid down their tools years $15.50; 3 years $16. Age 06 years 90 days $15; 6 reports 01 a .won .erm1 new dlscov pending a readjustment of their ery that is bellet ed will vatly ben contracts. But with this weak months $15.50; 1 year $16, ij efit the people. Ramon T. Mar excuse for a basis, the trust has years $16.50; 2 years $17; 2 ch an, of .Sarceioneta, writes: "Or. decreed that there shall be no usu years $18; 3 years $19. Age 70 years co days S18: 6 King's N,ew 'Discovery Is doing al spring discount of 30 cents per year spienara woric Jaere. It cured me ton on coal this year. It is also months $19: 1 year $20; about five times of terrible coughs announced that the usual summer $21 50; 2 years $23: 2 years $ sad colds, also ay brother of discount will not be allowed. Thus 3 years $25 s severe coia in mis cnest, asa more the consumer pays not only the Age 75 years 90 days f than 20 others, who used it on my loss in profits suffered by the trust months $22 50; 1 year $? advice. We hope this great med during the 'strike, but he also ears $27; 2 years $30; icine will etfh sold in every drag pays for the slightly increased cost $30; 3 years $30. Fur Mexican War se. store In ?c rte Rtco,' For throat ot mining, due to the small raise m4 Isrg tronbles if has so equal in pay gtanted the miners. Does days or more, $30 j A trial convince you ot its anybody pay the miner for the gardless of age. merit, so cjents aadt.oo. Trial money be lost In wages during the Representative bettiefrec GcjRriWeed by R. L, lay off? Not that anybody knows wiltes Thb W of. The miner Is not In a position furnish applies vtrtittr who ets there. Have - lacned, qu.; it coi.ftp&i idTfv the first signs of Innigestl? t King's New Life Pills she e ' taken to tone the stomach regulate HverJMdduevs and bow .rieasant, isy, n;fe, and only 25 . Seam's. cents ;t k CAu Un -- I Suggt'stioT.f, Worth Following. For ml othera ' ed al w se h Kill every fljf you can fiud in your home, and' screen all windows and doors, especially In the kitchen and dining rtjom, Don't allow decaying material of any kind to.accutnulate on or near your premises, Keep garbage cans carefully covered and the! can sprinkled with lime. All rubbish With a tendency in any way to fermentation, such as vegetable raatteV, bedding straw and paper waste! should be immediately covered with lime or kerosene oil. Ke.ep all stable manure In a pit, screened or sprink led with lime, oill or other cheap preparation. If there Is a nuisance In that stove-artis- ts midnight supper, as (or any other meal at any time, the very latest thing in stoves the best . can do is a The Latest Thing in Stoves flfey Piereetiog It concentrates the beat wkea you want it tad where vou want it. It u as otuck a eu, steadier aod hinrfer tSaa coal, cneaper t&aa r pri th! tt It Burns Oil JVb Ashes It Concentrates Heat No Wade Oil CcoR-stov- c. It Is Handy No Dirt It Is Ready NoDtky electridtr. Th New Prrfect'wo Stcrv h loot, mwleA chinrtrr. It it handacnelf feauhed in nickel, with cabinet top. croo thchrct, t.wal racu.ctc miac wuh I, of J bcracrt. All dtitm earr tM New Peffeetxn Sfam. aln Frw Cook Book wiS crtry atore. Cool-Boo- k Cea to a&TOM wadac 3 caaU t cover mailina coil. ttmaooMC-b- I Incorporated In Kectucky) Covfnston, Kta LoairrQU, K74 Atlanta, Ca4 Birmingham. Abu; and JaclaonTiUa, Fit STANDARD OIL COMPANY once to the Boatd of Health. Keep files away from the sick. especially those ' HI with contagious diseases. .Don't buy candv. fruit or food tbjat is left exposed In front of stores where files feed and walk on it. your neighborhood report at JOB PRINTING Dr. McNutt, s-F- s little cheaper thin tha other fellow. Wedding inriutions, letter heads, bill heads, tale bills, statements, dodgers, cards, etc, all receive the same carreful treatment just a little bettr than seems cecessary. Prompt delivery always. Only a .Fire Hero, But the crowd cheered, an, with burned hands, he belli up a small g; round box. sd Jar-awa- ii V he shouted, "this "Buckleja's Arnica By Jav McGregor; dam by Salve I hold has everything beat for burns." Right 1 also for bolls, Nutbreaker. Or. McNutt is a cbesnut horse. ulcers, sores, pir4ples, eczema, 16 bands high, good bone and cuts, sprains, bruise. Surest pile cure. It subdues inflammation, kills finish. The Doctor will make the pains. Only 25 crfnts at R. L. season of 1912 at my stable in I Sharp's. Sharpsburg, at $15.00 to insure The Bath Couisty World and a living ioal. J. H. Sharp. the Confederate .Veteran will he sent for $1 60 pe annum. If you have not seent Veteran, write to Nashville, jT 1., for a sample Standing in Race fur National Delegates. copy, and tK ibscrlbe thru this DEMOCRATIC. e Horn Iarm. published Champ Clark 302 semi the great home Woodrow Wilson 210 and 83 ?r of the South, 120 Oscar W. Underwood jopular among the Judson Harmon P8' 32 .families, and Thomas R Marshall 30 .WottM). both Simeon Baldwin 14 Send John BurKe 10 'Si iffice. I "Fellows-,- The Louisville Times liten ies, nun infonnat of all moralit Weekly r For BRIGHTER, 1912, BIGGER THAN EVER. regular price of The LouThe isville Times is 5 00 a year. If you will send your order to us you can get THE BATH COUNTY WORLD and THE LOUISVILLE TIMES Both one year for only $4 50. BETTER. Each iss.. of a year's a handsom good infitr Solicitors The Louisville Times is the best afternoon paper pridted anywhere. Has the best corps of correspondents. Covers the Kentucky field r the uplift and for u of the cc to The 1 Total number of delegates. Unlustructed 183 . . Necessary for choice RT DAYS. ity, first Monday, REPUBLICAN. i county, second 1,094 Covers 729 coraplptely. Has the best and fullest the Kentucky news, reports frctly pr , r William H. Taft county, ontgomery second Theodore Roosevelt Robert M. LaFollette county, Albert B. Cummins 452 Democratic in politics, 400 to fveri body 36 YOUR' 10 SEND Fleming Unlnstrncted 113 ; county, Total number of delegates. . .1,078 Necessary for choice 540 RIGHT AWAY per not to the limes. SUBS to-- ' jMyy? jtifr fajM Jwmitvkmmmwmi? ijn .en made lntur- - anottier smuglTomen- Vis I u 'ble iint. ,lln cattle ranging th jf people Intimately acquainted with l razll's vast areas of rich pasture If ' -- ve no doubts. Thy prophis-- . ma ago that one day they easily c occupy a lead' Ing, If not first, r ic-- among countries competing .'for t. custom of the European consumei requiring large supplies of meat fiom abroad. Discussing the project, an official of the Brazilian consulate In London stated that they had not yet received details concerning the territory acquired, but It was considered likely that It would prove to be situated In the state of Piauhy In the north of the country. This state contains some of the finest pasture land In Brazil, and already does a small export trade In . til i dbliutrV" lur una too Btteu l,uuu .. sevente;, . rears old on the 6th of no July. J In answer to the query, "Why lsr that your son never has cut his hnt Mrs. Lund replied pleasantly: "Why, he never has, that's alt ' As a boy Stephen had beautiful o 'r, just like a girl. It was'thlck. r h and glossy, and we hatcdHo en it. Year after year went by HBtWre r,iever did cut It. Some say be can't it It Hut or he'll lose all the monej there's nothing to that story ' tie Lord knows I wish he did have n coming to him, but as far as i know he has not. Pretty soon, next summer, perhaps. I guess he'll have It cut." The boy's mother was a Miss Co u lur-tu- S7,a week. The vlr-- i of the.housewlfe of a generation o are now the luxuries of tho well i wor'ffrig at .o do. "That women wq the olden times were forced fibugh economic conditions to perform the homely duties of cooking, making clothes and keeping tho home clean does not mean that her sisters of today, who must help support the family by work outside tho home, are In any less degree j TAIL. -- ople." added, "have 'stake of Imagining that he suitable for cattle rang- - Murder Warning Came Too Late. New York. Warned by a Chinaman that a murder was about to occur, detectives hurried to a building In China town, broke down several barricaded Wiley of Lowell, Mass. She ru a doors, and founyi Chin Hlng Jung, n several small businesses and ovcn member of Chlfiatown's Pour Broth property In Warren and neighboring era society, lylhg dead In the base towns. The boy's maternal grand- - ment. AITOR TO BOTH snrogers Was Unfaithful to .th (1ST- - U. S. qnd British. Soldier of Revolutionary all oar Fame Given Unfavorable Name by Frltnd' and Foe, According to Data of De- troit Historian. Detroit. Mich. C M. Burton, offl-chistorian of Detroit, has found a number of letters, written ISO years ago, which prove conclusively that Major Robert Rogers of New Hampto the first American .oritur has shire,possession of Detroit, soldier companion take tlcJess trolley. ' tpe with the of Generals Putnam and Stark, of Bunker Hill fame, was a traitor both less car. to the British government, in the French and Indian wars, and to the colonial government, in the Revoluis not aid the some scientist tion. Major Robert Rogers was In com,r the vociferous mand of a body of provincial rangers which were ordered to go west shortly - J,,t ' 1 When the Revolution broke out he returned to America with a profession of patriotism arid was given a commission In the Continental army. But General Washington lost faith in him. after the battle of the Plains of Abra- Finally he became a colonel In the ham, and take possession of the British army ana was proscribed ar.' French posts here in the name of the banished, in 177g. under the laws of British king. Putnam and Stark both New Hampshire. were with him on that expedition. The letters found by Historian Burton were written by Rogers when In com- TELLS HOW TO STAY WEDDED mand of the post here, to some one named Robertson, in which plans for Anna Held Glvo Secret of Happy selling the post to the French governDomestic Life and Talks ment are discussed. The letters Indicate , of Love. that the bargain was about to be completed, but there is none to tell why New York. Anna Held, who has it finally failed. sued for divorce, gave the secret for History has recorded that Major happy marriages. She said first that Rogers was under suspicion when ho the happiest marriages were among was transferred from Detroit to the poor. Both man and woman but the proof of his trea- should marry for Jove only, and when son did not come to public light until united thvman should be the master; now. In 1776 Rogers was tried for If the wlfoerred, she should be forattempting to sell Michimlllmackinac given, for s)io was the weaker. to the Spaniards, who then controlled "To stay married," added the stage the upper part of the old Louisiana star, "thorq must be congeniality beterritory, but was acquitted. tween husband and wife and a couple He then went to the Barbary states never should be separated for any and enlisted under the bey of Algiers. length of tlrye." al wedding dress. Do I wear m'v hn glove3. etc.. during the ceremony! Bjr Mm. MERE! What about the bouquett Is the wedding ring to be worn on same finger ns the engagement ring? And how A Puzzling Question. and when do they put it on. H. E. 1 have been going with a young man for some time, but lately he keeps The hat is worn and It is as you I breaking engagements with me. asked him why, and be always gave prefer about the gloves, with or withsome excuse. At last I have gotten out being equally proper. You may tired of this, so asked him out and out carry a bouquet or wear one, whichIt he cared to como up any more. He ever pleases you best. Remove the said he did, but made no further en- engagement ring for the ceremony, afgagement I care a great deal for this terwards slip It on over tho wedding young man. What would you advise ring, at any convenient time, usually me to do In regards to such a mat- before you start away. Glad yon find the department helpful and thank you ter? I have written you some letters be- I for telling me. fore but my answers never appear In Three Questions. the paper. May I nsk it I have made Having been interested in your paany mistake, and why they do not apper, I thought I would take the privpear? B. H. ilege of writing tojrou. How should a girl of sixteen wear Perhaps your letters have been usiong tho many that request a reply her hair? How long should she wear her "In next Sunday's phper." That Is utterly impossible, for the department dresses? Is it proper to speak to a gentleman Is always made up In advance and then by that time probably a reply first or should he speak first? A would be too late for your purpose. Stenographer. Then, too, there is only a very limited space for "Questions and Answers," Girls of sixteen usually wear their and each letter has to take Its turn. hair In braids around the head with About the young man. It never does to or without a bow, or In braids looped be too anxious. I think I would Just up In the back with a bow. Dresses let him go his own sweet way, appear are worn Just below the shoe tops. It indifferent, and if possible go with is a woman's privilege always to some one else. If this process does speak first. not bring him to time, he Is not worth MADAME MERRI. worrying over. Pillows of Scrim. Pillow covers of scrim are extremeIf it is proper for a young man to ly serviceable, are easy to make and can be made very bcautlfuL walk between the mother and daughBuy plain ecru scrim for tho pilter when tout, if it Is better for the young man to walk on the outside low's back, and for tho front ribbon and beside the daughter and the moth- scrim with a colored border, two er next to her and on the inside? I strips, one for each side of the pilhave, always wished I knew If a young low, with a strip of plain scrim for lady should help a gentleman with his the center. This Is to be embroidered overcoat in ,a public place, such as tho with a conventional design in mercerized cotton or brightly colored theater or restaurant? Grace. wool yarn. A flat hem border of the A man walks on the outside, never colored ribbon scrim 13 sewed all the between two women. In the case men- - way around the pillow. A Budget of Questions. the first hint C transition from tho concrete to the abstract a mild resentment dawned In his eye. "Mother," he demanded, respectfully but firmly, "when Is this conversation going to stop!" Harper's Bazar. What Evory Woman Knows. A Cleveland schol teacher writes that she asked her class what was the difference between the expressions, "a whllo" and "a time." Nobody seemed to have any Ideas on the subject. Finally the light of intelligence was seen to shine in the eyes of one little boy, and the teacher called upon htm to save tho Intellectual honor of the class. "I know, teacher!" he cried eagerly. "When papa says he's going out for a while, mamma says she knows he's going out for a time!" That's one way of looking at It. Cleveland Plain Dealer. How His Brother Identified Him. Uncle larrls, an old negro, who bas b:en a servant In the family of Colonel Slemmens of Montlcello, Art, for the last forty years, recently made a trip to Memphis. Upon his return he was telling the colonel's daughter of bis trip end the discovery of a brother whom he had not seen for thirty years. Miss Slemmens asked him bow he knew 'als brother after so long a time, and Uncle Harris replied: "I was walking along the street when a spare built looking man came up to me and says: 'Say, ain't you my brother? and I said. 'Sure I is. Who is yotiT" i What's the Use of Cooking When you don't have to? c1zona spent a OFFICE FOR CUPID Vrbat the penl-yer- e OPENS tike, and yo to be a law. Spokane, Me, Pastor Says He Will Not Marry Drunkards or Divorced Persons. Nys American Nod because Spokane, Me. The Rev. Dr. James W. Kramer, pastor of term church, has opened a First Baptist business office in Spokane's banking district, where he will be on duty dally a By o'clock in the morning to 2from 1):30 o'clock In st SPOON, BUT BE MODERATE That's Pittsburg Chief of Police's Latest Instructions to Couples. t t - mien the afternoon. .iist. Mrs. Kramer has been Installed as '3y chief clerk and stenographer. Official announcement is made that "any one in the world but a drunkard or a divorced person will be married with a ng or a short service." r. Kramer made this statement: Nhall mix with men. know men. be - 9 vv, A-rV- f .C; . 'of them, but never compromise ny of them in any way. In un-- g . the policy of the aggressive I shall extend a welcome to Vln my office, and as I per-the rent I can have a thing that was estlon in a church. Pittsburg. Despite other year protestations by uplift organizations, the W. C. T. U. and other opponents. Police Superintendent Thomas A. instructed his force to rccog-nlb- e season by permittho open-lovting youth of all circles to uso the parks for spooning within certain limitations. "As in every large city," said Superintendent McQualde, "there are belles and beaux who have no conservatories, cool, cosy corners or porch swings In which to entertain. The parks are provided for these. It bas been my experience that the summer evenings find as many youths and maidens of our wealthy families strolling in the purks as the boys and girls of the working classes. "It Is jio new custom for these to drift' to shaded benches and commune with one another. Pittsburgh police o same splendor seems to have crept into our Jewels as Into the embroideries of our gowns. Tho stones aro having a decided men are suBlc ly well versed in hu vogue, as well as tho costly gems, and man nature t erentlato between and Jades, true and falsc Parasols with handles, tips and malachite all Included coral and lapts making. Accord- lazuli are In tho scheme , ... "c Ingly. I have i uo i urn last rings of crystal are shown. of things. year, to have th. Blue and tan have tho lead among supervise such suits. 1 end demonstrations. at once tho early spring taUorod rough anything they de effects Growing Plants In the Home. For automobllo coats, Counterfeit. "I will venture; Thousands of people are nowadays aro particularly desirable. any er and mother The short coat of lace bas returned growing many kinds of bulbs in tf bowls filled with fiber, shell honest, willad; stole at the bidding of fashion. away to t Two small roses made of beads and charcoal. Tho result Is lovely Vs In wnero care is taken in the cultivation. their youtl. adorn a child's bat. ing." When wo hear of failure It Is generBelts are frequently seen on automobile coats, and belt suggestions are ally one of two things that has caused It. Tho fiber as become too dry and considered smart. Father o the active, healthy roots of the bulbs Cumberlai have withered, so that they can no Fashions In Jewelry. death of hi:! s regards ornaments for evening longer perform their functions, or else ed the end v died here. G, the tide appears to have set the fiber has been kept in too wet anf long chains such as we nave saturated a condition, till the roots E. Twlgg wen taring of late, and to have have rotted. lor of the girl "'n the direction of largo The safest way of treating the bulbs before they w! stones, enamel and metal, grown In this manner Is to water ried. TLe tnyl never tuWed. j vbarlc these plaques are, when needed. As soon as tho fiber every duy took) "sed the wearer appears has taken up all the moisture it can He never recox 'e have become accus-"seo- absorb Up up the bowl and drain awaj In apparel, the any that remains. and gradually p s fnth-ear- Post are skillfully and fully cooked at the factory ready to serve direct from package with cream and sugar if you like. These thin bits of toasted corn (sold Iby grocers) are crisp, delicious, satisfying and convenient. ' "The Memory Lingers FMtnm uj Ctrul Compuy. Lid. Psr Food factories Binlt Ctm', Atfcb- - ,3? . ' - M r rse aeel rii n mm our packarc DOt raslj niy reli water -- CO. IMC. & 16 CW". Sor 3 ft tan ttuih kttyt thi tmtt artistic ktmt ixjaur mtigittr&tod. Sod far mt FKEE BOOK- yiti nr Ccltr flu. FanSs.rr. Wfcii RcgaatfTlaalSc. Jrf 5t Alabastine Company Eat. traW ban. nd. Sire aetata, IB Wrr St. FM20th century S70 'whelming desire to nominate h All right. Let him spend as much as he likes. If he spends it legitimate ly. But who is putting up? Mr. Roosevelt has no million to spend on his campaign, not even the $69,000 which, according to legal rec ord, he dumped into New York county alone. Then who is putting up? Is it Perkins, Munsey or McCor-mlcor some other of bis trust friends who are boosting the Roosevelt campaign? Or are the plain people parting with their pennies to enjoy the salvation ot another Roosevelt ad' and others, has redirected the attention of the country to the power ot Ideas In politics. It Is our guess that personal government is doomed and that soon the Roosevelts and Cannons will be numbered among tne popular Idols which have lost their sanctity. St. Louis Republic. Rising Moral Standards. In the stimulating little volume, "The Moral and Religious Challenge of Our Times," President H. C. King of Oberlin college discusses as one of the significant national changes, "the rapidly rising moral standards of the United States In business. In dustrial and political life." There can be no doubt, he says, that the business world now repudiates methods that would have been accept ed as a matter of course twenty-fiv- e years ago, and that in politics there Is "a growing responsibility to the whole people." He continues: "The significant element in the re volt against 'Cannonlsm' lies just here. It is the repudiation ot the old theory that legislation 1b to be the outcome of a compromise of various corporate or local interests. Instead of being determined by .a clear view of the 'inter ests of the people as a whole." That is why the people revolted against the manner in which the Payne-Aldrlctariff act was framed, and it explains the uprising which has so bewildered the old school of poll tlcians who could seo nothing out of the way in legislating for the special party, through ksb like Clark, wood, Baldwin, i.uu rnnse ves. .nut: under- ViIson, Harmon Some cooks , ut ,d a Tittle po tato to the mat trnljs, while oth Jflotjr before sea ers dredge in a sonlng. When jrnips are large they will have i delicate flavor If the water is.chaf'SW at least onco during the boiling, l v awfl Do not 'i vinegar In which home-mat- f .'jmt;r pickles have pre il been Kjecp It and uso it in saiaa tscin instead or the oral nary vir ."i The "odor is delicious. j a friends.' "Yes, when wo were bachelors; but he's married now." "And what difference does that make?" -wen, tne iaci is, 1 mnae mm a handsome wedding present of a book. and he hasn't spoken to me since.' "What was the book?" "Paradise Lost." ERUPTION COVERED BODY ing run down In weight from 220 to 1E0 pound3. The pains across my wh-jJ.h- B Ret back and loins 7WZl Ym were V c Air growing constantly worse and kidney secretions caused untold annoyance. Doan's Kidney Pills cured me after doctors failed and I have had no trouble since." "When your Back Is Lame, Remem ber the Name DOAN'S."S0o all stores. 1 Foster-MUburn "aro liver. Stop after" sstsfM dinner dis- JW-S- V a r txmi : Indigestion. V improve the complexion, brighten the eyes, tresscure X 1 all ILLS. I I SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Genuine must bear Signature Seetl Cookies. two-thirwell-beate- n The Automatic Boning circs what the 2uth Century woman dtmandt It yleldi to every movement of the bod J". In bending there It a sliding- - movement ministration? The Tatt managers, undoubtedly, are spending money, too. Money has always been spent in these campaigns. The people have a right to know where the Taft money comes from. But the agents of the president have yet to be charged with "spending money like drunken sailors" as were, the agents of the colonel in Indianapo lis. distributing strain. 6teela are w. net to trtal the The A) " ttd e.it 0 tie Jtari corset MUSEY-SIMEI- S and advantage. poeceatti a la AT DEALERS or seat direct tl.UU NEW YORK I Cfl 233 FIFTH AVENUE, C. It may be recalled at this time that George W. Perkins In 1904 contributed $60,000 to the Roosevelt campaign in behalf ot the New York Life Insurance company. He can't do that now, but what he is giving and how he is giving it should be known to the citizens who are asked to vote for Mr. Roosevelt If the nation is tc have publicity or campaign contributions, it is fully as important that it has them for, the priacmaries and other prenomlnatlon tivity as for the election proper. Exchange. Safely Within the Law. Mr. O. T. Perkins contributed 0 to Theodore Roosevelt's New York campaign for delegates, and there were other large contributions, but it is not charged that any of the money was used corruptly. It costs a lot or money to mako t,he kind of a campaign till the presidential candidates are making, and as yet congress has sot put any limitations on such ex$15.-00- tablespoonful ot butter Put a la ot In the mixing bowl 'with a cupful of sugar ard two eggs. Add a tablespoonful of anise seed, two cupfuls ol flour, sifted, with two or three tablcspoonfuls ot baking powder and two or three tablespoon' fuls of milk. Mix it into a soft dough, turn it out on the floured pastry board and flatten it out with the rolling pin a little thicker than plo crust, Stamp out pieces with a cookie cutter and ar range them on a greased bake pan, Bake them In a moderate oven about seven or eight minutes. e Ginger Snaps, f cupOne cupful of molasses, ful of butter or lard, one teaspoontul of soda, one teaspoonful ot ginger. Boll the molasses Tve minutes. Remove from the fire and add soda, but ter and ginger. When cooled a little, stir In the flour until thick enough to roll, then roli thin aa1 postage stamp. Cut with a cookie cutv and bake in a hot oven, being caret, not to burn. Shut In a tin pall. The. will keep for a long time. Old-Timone-hal- a brcaklnsr out that covered mv whnln John's Logic. body. It itched so it seemed as it I John returned home at a very quessnouid go crazy. It first came out in tionable hour, and among other soulittle pimples on my back and spread venirs of a special evening he carried till it covered my whole body and a considerable gash on his forehead. rlble llchlng and burning kept me irom steeping. I tried several reme dies all to no nurroae. ThpnT ran. eluded to try the Cutlcura Remedies. I used tho Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment, also the Resolvent, for about four months, and thpv pletely cured me of eczema. I have naa no return of the disease since. I never had a good night's rest after the skin eruption first broke out till 1 com. menced using the Cutlcura Soap and Ointment. I had only used them a few days before I could beginning to heal, and tho terrible ucning was gone. "Those that lived in the hniisn nt tho time know how I aurfprerl nnrl how the Cutlcura Soap and Ointment cured mo. I never take a bath without uslns: the Cutlcura So.m. nnrl T do not bellcvo there are better remedies for any skin disease than tho Cutlcura Soap and Ointment." (Signed) Miss Sarah Calkins. Wnnkpirnn 111 Mar. 16. 1911. Although Cutlcura boap ana ointment are sold by druggists and dealers evorvwhere. n snm. pie of each, with book, will be mailed free on application to "Cuti- cura," Dept. L. Boston. o "Three years ago this winter I had Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Why Rent a Farm and be compelled to pay to rour landlord meat w jbbi uaru-carne-a pronts ownyoarowa secure a rrce nomesteaa in or all Taiabw uaniiooa. saakatcnewan Alberta, or purchase iana tn one 01 uieae dlttrlcta and bank a ,. limbs down to my knees, also my arms His wife demanded an explanation of iown to my elbows. Where I the wound. scratched It made sores, and the ter "Nothln" be 'larmed "bout, m' dear. Jes bit m'self." How could vnu hltn "John Brown! yourself on the forehead T exclaimed his Irritated helpmate. This had presented no rtlfflrnltloa to the versatile John, if It had taxed the credulity ot his spouse. I stood on chair, y'knaw." he ex claimed glibly. 9 JKJ&S profit of SI O.OO or i an a ci very year. Land purchased 3 years S1O00 an S2M0 hands st an acre. The crops arowa on these lands warrant the . You can ehanged acr-h- mat rsesntly short" long?" "Well. I know she won't love you Sure Thing. "Do you believe she will love me IJJSJmm 1 1.1. Tfon't. TYil- - u ....g. ...... nf JVU1 - 1UCUIlll RlirU MnM.t "..a course of Uartleld Tea can cure you of Resinol stops lndlcstlon. Canada. or to lanajltan Government .agent. toe H. H. WILLIAMS 413 CarUn.r Bids., Tolede.Ohla writs to Of agent nearest y 12. by cattle ralalncdalrylnrnlied farming; and grain growing la the provinces of Manitoba.' Saakatchewaa and Alberta. Frea bomaatead and aim.. amotion anaa.atwcll aa land panlea, will provlda nomas 3S lor millions. Adaptable salt, healthfsl climate, splendid schools and ennrebes. good railways. tacrine., lor aculera' rates, We,'bow a lltrratnrs-La- it Beat to reach lb cosntrv and other writs to Bnp't ot Ottawa. 1 n. Become Rich itching instantly moment Resinol touches any Itching skin, the itching stops and healing begins. With the aid of Resinol Soap, It quickly removes all traces of eczema, rash, tetter, ringworm, pirn pies or other tormenting, unsightly eruption, leaving the skin clear and. healthy. It is equally effective for sores, bolls, burns, chaflngs, red rough hands, dandruff, and Itching piles. interests. The government's trlcf in the Standard Oil suit showed that John U Rockefeller personally held 247,eJ2 snares in the Standard Oil company, Since tho government won the suit ann the company was dissolved the market price or the stock has risen 35o per aharc, adding thereby to Mr. Rockefeller's fortune. t law is a great success. The anti-trus- Working of the Anti-Tru- Law, THE penditures. Stuffed Celery. Select tender and falrtlzed stalks so curved that the stuffing Is possible. Add and stir Roquefort cheeso to a cream, putting through a rteer, if necessary. Add thick cream until a paste Is made. Fill the hollowof the celery and put the mixture iLtbe icebox to chill. Serve with the salad or as salad, with French dressing, when desired. When served as a relish It Is served without dressing, a. Most men have yearned to fly or to be a little fly from the first. W. N. U., CINCINNATI, NO. Some women complain that they periodically suffer from dull and heavy feej-inor dizziness In the head, nervousness, pain and bearing-dow- n feelings whlcit should not occar to the normal healthy woman. But most every woman is subject to these pains at some timo in her life, due to abnormal conditions in life, lucu d os corsets, strength, bad air, poor or improper food, wet feet, sluggish, liver, ete. A regulator and female tonic made from native medicinal roots with pure glycerin, end without tho use of alcohol, called over-taxe- FOR THE WOMAN WHO THINKS AND FEELS. gs, Tour druggist eells Resinol Soap fSc) and Resinol Ointment (50c and Jl). Ask him If what we say 1 not more than true. Better still, send for a tree sample ot each and teat It yourself. Address, Dept. SK, Resinol Chemical Co.. Baltimore, Md, BALSAM fruaumal a mnoriud iMft. tn .la Timtkmi rVi'.. Prevents HAIR PARKER' hair faUlryr. Br Colonel's Costly Campaign. Commenting on the use of money bj the Roosevelt management. Chairman McKlpley ot the Taft committee said: "When tho senate investigated the charges made against Senator Stephenson It found that his expenditures in the campaign before the primary amounted to a little less than two dollars a vote. It now develops that the campaign In the Interest of Roosevelt before the. New York primaries, which elected delegates to the national 'convention, required the expenditure of rour dollars a vote." Py Ever the Friend of 1? "the Mr. Roosevelt had been president for the last rour years we may be sure theie would have been no prosecution of the harvciter trust. .Mr. Roosevelt stopped that once before, and has now his reward In campaign contributions And tho sugar trust would not have been compelled to disgorge Its thefts Mr. Roosevelt knew about them, but would not see them when In ottlce. And tho steel corporation would still receive the presidential benediction for its overy act, Trusts. Cheete Omeld Cheese may be lntfi llucel Into omelets In several ways, in ordinary omelet may bo servei Jwlth thin encese sauce mauo in j ie following proportions: One and j table- spoonfuls of flour, one-- arter cupful of grated cheese, one cUpful of milk. This sauce may also fee rdded ,lo omelets In which bolleci rice, minced meat or some other material has been Included. A Delicious A chocolate drop and said: Her Chief Characteristic. Green, who was giving the class a lesson in mythology, turned suddenly to ono untidy little fellow Miss 'Brownman, tell me for what vir tues Diana was especially celebrated." For takln baths," replied Brown- hian promptly. disease. A DAISY FLY KILLER will ilu It. Kills thousands. Lats all season. IS each at dealers or tlx sent prepaid fortl.OO. u. ou.ur.iu?, 100 uo ivaio a v., urooKlyn, j.y. has proven its value in thousands of cases, like the following: Mas. Dona M. ILumx. nf Auburn. Nebr, Route J. Box St, I thought I would writ you In regard to what your medicines eejar hara done lor me. I hare cued them for thirty years (or fenude troahla and general weakness with the Terr best result, and they hat aaved me hundreds of dollars In doctors' bills. I buy the Favorite Prescrfp. tion'asd CaUen Medical Discovery' and take them together. 1 never was disappointed In your remedies and taka pleasure in recommandins them to any suffering lady. I am now almoat fifty years old ; at forty-n- re I took your medicines, both kinds, and I passed that period Terr easily and left me fat vid healthy. I feci bke a young girt. If any lady cares to writs me, I will gbrlly tall her mora sbosg the good work of your medicines." Di.Pieicb s GtEAT Family DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION, Kill the Flies Now and Prevent Mas. Masts. Doctor Book, The People' Common Sense Medical Adviser, newly revised edition of 1003 pages, enswers hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or married, ought to know. Sent frit in cloth binding to any address on receipt of 31 stamps, to cover cost of wrapping and nailing only. occ-ce- TKINSWFRtNCHRItHlOY. lioepItaUwlth buddek disuses. IK U f-t- 1 Mariw IS CISRC au.cn. iuvustocixii.. jiSTUii.Luxuox.ua. authentic, CA. ArfVir iKrc i'MP.jt reliable,eiperieneni ccrMcntUl br lawyers. One question, lifts. Anr tronblr, dtbu, Satisfaction gvarariteec,. O rrnUr ftlDiml AID BCJtEA'J, ALUA.NCE.UU1U tkiir MLt, CMKUIIC suocsss. w, tXCIKA t ocau t I TTTlO.t to twt m na. wwTEB-LKiiPsrtr- jfitiK we wants man of at1 school caseation ace r SaUocal Kmployment Jn-.a- If ;st bars good common n aces aa to cna racier. Wsallng. W. Va. GRANULATED ITCHING LIDS aaftss? Will Be In Harmony Once. Double Burden on the People. It was only a few days ago that Mr The conclusion reached by the In- Taft's manager declared that only a vestigators who have been working loser squealed, and now he Is making on the wool schedule is that many or a very queer noise for a winner. On its rates are prohibitive and that the the other side, the squealers ot a few cost ot producing wool and woolen dfj "E- - are now imitating the roos- goods is higher In the United States '.ey will squeal a duet at Chi- than in any other country. Naturally, the consumer carries a burden caused In part by actual differences in the Juoi as we had almost forgotten an necessary conditions of production, about It, tho annoencepfent comes and in port the result of excessive from Washington that pate Is to b tariff b;rriers against the Importation a vigors is i.robe of tlfe money trust of woo! and woolens. Whecr - jf The Bunco Game. 'You can't fool all the people all Is placed on a thin (cracker. the time." Then It Is set in J ie oven. "You don't need to; if you can fool When the candy la melted so It half of the people some of the time I runs you can make n good living." And the cracker Is and brown You have a perfect Ifer to serve Mrs. Wmslow's Soothing- Syrup for Children teethtnir, softens the gnma, reduces Inflamma with afternoon tea. tion, allaja pain, cures wind colic. SSc a botUa. I Jelly( Invalid As soon as a woman discovers that Ontvhalf pound each 'of veal, mut ' ton and the best steak.two table- she Is unable to reform her husband spoons water. Cut matSnto small tho begins on her neighbors. pieces and put Into a fclosovJar, with Dyspeptics, despair not! While tbere'a the water and a piece jjf salt. Steam Garfield Tea, there's hope. six hours, strain and put Into small jars. A fellow can make a bit with a girl by Ulllng how much he misses her. fer. Cp 1 W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES 53.00 53.50 $4.00 $4.505.00 2.5Q W. L. Douglas $4.00. $4 .50 & $5.00 shoes equal Custom Bench Work costing $(J.OO to $8.00 One pair of IV. L. Douglas S2.00 orSS.SO Boys enoe-- wilt potltlvtly outtotar two pairs ofethtr makmi. Why does W. L Douglas mako and aell than any other manufacturer in the world ? BECAUSE: he stamps his name and price on the bottom and guarantees the value, which protects the wearer against high prices and in ferior shoes of other makes. BECAUSE: they are the most s W. 1 Douglas makes and 371 more $4.00 shoes than any other j manufacturer in tbe vwnrlrf. FOR MEN, WOMEN AND BOY6 economical and satisfactory; you can save money by wearing BECAUSE: theyriaTenoequalforsryle, If roar dealer cannot apply W. I Doarlu .hoc, writs W. Shoes sent cTcrywhrrt dcUrrry durfts prepaid. J 4 W?' iiauawcar. uun 1 lAM.ajUUlllUlbl'UK DoorW.Lr tut Catr- - lai. . i ii .TiagSVlUc sic ua MM Mn. Mary Weflaesday to visit Swat the fly. Important to Mothara. , This Is the most beautiful time ctrefallr vtttj bottle of CASTORIA, of all the year. Nature Is now Ufa and ar rated; lor l&f tnt and children. robed in her best. MaeetiuMt Potato bugs are plentiful, Bean the cessltatlBg the spraying of BfcBatera of plants with paris green. kl UlO Tot Orrr 30 Yean. Tha Kind Toa Ban jUwar Boc(M. f Strawberries, 'ripe and evident ly plentiful, retj flag for 15 ecu Big Summer Sale. per quart oa tl local market. Embry & Co., of Lexington, About 'all the corn has been Ky., have announced their big planted, and last Saturday marked Summer Sale to begin Monday, the beg inning of putting out the to- June 3. bacco crop. Reduced railroad farts on ac The farmers are unusually busy count of the Aviation Meet will ob bow and are gradually making up tain during the week, and thU willfor the lost time occasioned by un- afford an opportunity that our outcustomers are sure to favorable weather. grasp. Weather records show the presThis summer sale Is being held a ent spring, which began March 22, month earlier than formerly ou acto have been so far the coldest in count of the very backward season twentv-cieyears. and will Include an extensive asX sortment of tailored wool Milts, t Twenty years Tuesdays silk suits, linen suits, wool coats, on May 28, nrst news pongee and silk coats, silk dresses, paper was ptrfiUshen. in Sharps muslin dresses, linen dresses, sepng published arate skirts, waists, klraonas, petburg, and It is still A fish club of 120 members has ticoats and millinery. Bet wg rrz.ii. Tbe high class merchandise sold been organized at Mt. Sterling, for Hies Paris Feland retaraed hetae Montgomery county. Its object be by this firm and the great reducfroa Lexiagtea Wednesday, ing to protect tbe hsh ponds and tion promised by them will make n this sale the big selling event of streams of the county. the season ia Central Kentucky. College. She was accoai paakd hoeae by Mlsa Theodesla Tho it did rain Easter Sunday, Peak, ef Kadlaad, Ark., who is It didn't rain the seven Sundays Commifialoaer's Sale, sew her gaest, aad Miss Elizabeth afterwards, as they say it never KadlS, Kacy Steae aad John L. falls to do. That's all bosh. Flem- BATH CIRCUIT COURT. Sharp, wae aao tared to Lexlagtea iagsburg Exchange Bank of Sharpsburg, Taaaday aad aKeadtd the cam- Plaintiff, Rev. Paul B. Clark's subject for next Sunday's services at the Bapvs. Notice of Sale la Equity. tist charch are: morning, The CtaarHHO Sale Defendants. Spratt, Etc., Church aad Its final Hope: even A. G. CONSOLIDATED ACTIONS. baglaasag Satur- ing. The Solemn Warning. Of MHaaary, By virtue of a judgment and Following the continued rise In order of sale of the Bath Circuit dy,J x. everything la the Court, rendered at Its May term, orlces oa alatokt Mrs. J. J. Mathews. eating line comes the announce IQ12, In tbe above consolidated sent by those who are in a posf causes, the undersigned will, on to know that the "poor man's the loth day of June, 1912, at 1 MhaPfaaUeD. Haat aad Mr. Use hope," the blackberry crop, Is an o'clock P. M. or thereabout, being . JKagass ware atamea WUUaaa eatlre fallare in this section this Court Dir. at the Court House Va the pattoM af the Read Hatel at year. The bashes were frozen out Laawgtoa, Taacsaay aaaraeaa, by the zero weather during the door In Owiagsville, Kentucky, proceed to offer for sale at public hU 38, 1912, at 3 a'cieck, by past wiater. auction to the highest bidder, on a aSU W T. Tiw hrloe in aaacateraf Mr. aad The Knights of Pythias and the creditor six and twelve months, A. T. Haat aad has baaa Kalghtsof the Maccabees of the the property mentioned in the in the manner here Va ta ajtv lalaALAMa aY I World, of Nicholas county, will judgment, and aBvnaTOTia ax. I ac t? SCta. .1 A observe aext Saaday, Jane 2, as inafter described. Mrs. B. iL Setry aad daaghter, Marr Wacncr. are visiting Miss Faaaie Jaaw ia Flesdagsbarg. Mr. Alien Fields, of Lawtoa, Ofcla., was tuc Ruot ef ak sister, Mn. J. W. Hall, the past week. Mr. aad Mrs. T. F. Trlplett, of Mt. Sterling, vfedted Mrs. Hattie Howard fcaai Sataxday aatll Mon- day. Mrs. J. M. Felaad and Elizabeth Brown attended the commence-aaeexerdsea ef Campbell-liager- mta College at Lexington Tees-da-y evening. Mr. aad Mrs. H. T. Hopkins, Mr. aad Mrs. O. H. Knight aod daaghter, Edith, Mrs. H. P. Mof-fe- tt aad little sob, Kdwln, aaotored to Owiagsviue Sunday aad speat the day wfck relativea aad frkada. Mrs. O. M. Ratliff weat to Lex- -jtea Wednesday to see Mrs. AN x B. KaUIC, at Montgomery conn ty, who raceatly aaderweat an operatloa at St. Joseph's Hospital,! bat who, we are sorry to kearr ia nt bare. Daraaby, of LexMrs. Sma ington, vis&ea her akter, Mrs. J. X. Tilplelt, the put wttfc. ' Mits &ec Moatgoawry, of Leba-sewill arrive today to be the Mat ef Km. S. P. Hates. Mr. aad Hi. H. T. Jady aad daaghtar, Btbabtth, visited la ML Steraag Satarday aad Saaday. a, tfitml days . . JdoaTet returned all. S'srttag, after a trota the fatm near irinefield church, this county, tc Mt. Sterling in 1872. where h. was presi dent ef the Exchange Bank for several years, then of the Traders' Deposit Bank, and then of the Trad-- , ers National Hank antll hk death. Mr. Blgstaff had large' kralne interests, about 3,000 acres, ia this county. His estate is estimated at from a half to of a allllon dollars. The funeral was held at the residence Saturday afternoon and the burial was In this family graveyard on the Springfield farm in this county. three-qaarte- rs Dosslblv we'd" boast of the nrst rural mail auto service in the conn- - j ty, and oh! ihta of the wonder isl Improvement o-- e- the old time x cart. Hurrah fv Bill Sharp! Strlogtown cor. Carlisle Mercury, Ing Honse unpeenrt-'"- ; BoTik-Inp J Overdrafts fstenret o i Having carried Ohio over Taft last wek, Roosevelt this week carried New Jersey, getting all the 28 delegates. fight in The Roosevelt-Tat- t Texas resulted in two conventions at Port Worth, each selecting delegates at large favorable to the respective canldites. Expenses Paid, $65 77 Real Es- ' ate So sc. 1,700 00; Other Real Estate. and fixtures, sooo 00; utfaer As nnder any oi above heads, $0 00 sets not Include Total LIABILITIES. Capital S'ock puld li?. in cash, $20,000 00; Suiplus Funds, 5.00000; Undivided Profitsy 393.39; Fund to pay Taxes, $119 25 ' Diposlts subject to ceck on which Interest Is not paid 1 . 3.777 52 You Will Find C. W. Peters' 7 H iccyBjro.thers, 2.365 77 $88,71130 MAIN STREET. SHARPSBURG. Drug Store KY., Betbel, Ky. S25.5" 64 ne-t- he snbjectNio check on which in- 18- o Deceits . rr ui .ucposiu teres t is paidj u'""uutv..iic on which Inter e?t Is paid, $oo; Time Certificates of Deposits on which futereat is paid $0 00; Savings Deposits on wftlch Interest Is paid, $0 00; Certified Checks, $000 Due National Bank;? $52 60; Dae State Binks and Hank- ers, $1,152 68f Due Trust Companies $0 00; Cash$0 00; Notes and Bills re- ier's Checks Bills Payable. o 00 dlsconnted. So Taxes due acd uupa'd, $0 oc; Unpaid dividends, $0 00: Other Liabilities nor inciuueu unber any ot the above heads, $000.. S61 ii Headquarters for all Schoo Books. Inks, Tablets, Pencils acd other School Supplies - at the lowest prices; Give him a call. star Pianino Mill company, All kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber, Frames, Doors, Sash, Shtuprles, Roofing and everything necessary to build a house of any description from the cheapest to ihe very best. iuuia 1 (Incorporated). DEALERS IJ of-to- ht I ago-las- i8atne CaaaabeU-Ha-gema- Times-Democr- I - Im 1 life, for the purpose of producing the debt, Interest and costs of the 61 533 38 Exchange Bank of Sharpsburg, Kentucky, amounting to $752 60. Tne purchaser will be required to give bond, with approved secur1,665 28 ity, for the payment of the purchase money, to have the force and . effect of a replevin bond and bearO Oq ing legal Interest from the date of .. $8S.7ii30 sale according to law. , Total. Bidders will be prepared to com nv KHrVTOCKY. COUNTY OF BATH, SCT. I I, S. C Allen, ply with these terms. Statr d A Hen will be retained upon the Bank, do solemnly swear that the atove Cashier of the land sold until all of the purchase statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. u. Alien, uasmer. money is paid. Bonds payable to Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21st day of May, 1912 Exchange Bank of Sharpsburg, Jan'y i;, 1914 J. W. Allen. Notary Public Kentucky. My commission Ot the balance of said land that Correct Attest: JP- S. Allen, L. T. Allen, Tom J Allen, liirectors is left after a sufficient amount ha been sold as aforesaid, I will sell a The property bt? sold Is par- to a set stone, corner to said A. sufficient amount thereof, subject ticularly descried as follows: A and J. English; thence, north fif- to the right ot A. G. Spratt to use tract of land lying on the waters of teen degrees (15) east one hundred and occupy same durlug his life, to (123) poles to a produce the debt, interest and costs HInkston Cree In Bath County, and twenty-thre- e Kentucky, aPout two (2) miles stone under a window at the west of Jacob Tiumbo, Grocery Company, Mt. SterSouthwest of tne village ot. Sharps- end of the school house, corner to burg and on tl'e southerly side of a said A. and J. English; thence, ling National Bank, Jul! F. Lyon. dirt road, a?d bounded and de- north sixty-tw- o thirty-tw-(62) west forty-seve- n Richmond City Mill Works and o and Carrie Simmons, amounting la the scribed as folfaws, viz: Beginning A- poles to the aggregate to $1,523 40 nd J (47 at a stone, forty-tw- o place of beginning, containing one English; the0". Purchaser will be required to degrees (42 1 2) west hundred and thirty (130) acres, one give bond with approved security and one-hatwenty-tw(1) rood and thirty-thre- e r1"?1 (33) for the payment of the putcha.-forty-thre- e poles to a poles, more or less. money, to have the force and effect (J3 Robett Nixon; I will first sell a sufficient amount of a replevin bond, bearing legal stone, cornei' of said land for the purpose of pro- Interest from date of sale according and thence south ducing $2,152.87, the debt, Interest to law. west seventy-eig(403-4)- ! and costs of the Northwestern Bidders will be prepared to comand lorty-t- h stone, cor- Mutual Life Insurance Company. po ' (78 ply with these terms. For the land sold to produce this and Mrs. CunA Hen will be retained upon the ner to said Nix thirty-thre- e de'u, the putchaser will be rtqulreJ land sold until all the purchase ningham; thenc .alnutes (33 Deg. to give bond, with approved secur- money Is paid. degrees fifty-si- x and twenty-lo- ity, for the payment of the purBonds payabla to Commissioner. 56 mln.) west chase money, to have the force and (70 D. W. Doggett. y effect oi a replevin bond, and bearwhere orlglral-lMaster Commissioner B. C. C. poles to set ttee. corner to ing legal interest fretn the date of stood a sug-.said CunnlnghaJ thence sautb sale according to law, deA lien will be retained upon the fifty-foFor Sale. and tpree-q'H'eexst "e hundred land sold until all the purchase grees (S4 Having bought a larger engine, money Is paid; and these bonds we have for sale one 8 horse power and fortT-elgand forty-sevepoles will be taken payable to the North- Fairbanks-Mors- e , 17 engine, mounted; toa stone, con! to Jack Clark western Mutual Life Insurance also, one No. 40 Ross cutting box and Thomas CaVady; thence north Company. mounted, which has cot been used Of the balance of said land that more than a week and Is as good thlrt -- three deg e, (33) ast one Is left after n sufficient amount Is as new. hundred and U; aoU sixty-fou- r sold to produce the debt of the We are also agents lor FairbansaId Cassady Northwestern Mutual Life Insur- ks-Morse to a stone, corne) engine, scales aad and A. and Ji English; thence ance .Company, I will sell a sull'ic-len- t water systems. degrees amount of said balance, sub--, north eighty audvon-bal- f Apply at Perry Flora's shop. west foitf seven and slx'y ject to the right of A. 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Women 3 well as men use lu Unless ynur head has ben burned by acid or o tlame, as booklet upUins, will gmw hair for jou o and tbe One package of Hat Sheath will wortc wotders with your hair. Price of both $2.00, prepaid to your Addres. or limited period 'Will send two packages with hat sheath for S3 00. Send for valuable Booklet X. o contains no alcohol or -Carbo-Hat-nCarbo-MagnCubo-Mat;DCarbo-MasnCarbo-MagnCarbo-Atagn- 'It grow fr Carbo-Magn- ur rs Injurious drugs. t-- Geo. W. MerrM N. n. ht 48-10- 0) Mt Vernos y. Dr. R. P. Hiydon VETERINARIAN (2 -- 64-10- P1. Sharpsburg, - Kentucky. Day and Night IHicne 87. t-- 2) 39.' All Calls A'iswered Friiftlj. ) 1