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Ohio, mill Catarrh Cure and Hueous surfaces aettnr sional visits here until recently, hasl idlreetlT upon the blood Is Ufcra taternanr. ol the purchased a Metzyautomoblle and rjroem. Bold Teurauais sens tree, mn i . cents per bottle. ... xuu auu. gdft br sll Dructfta. Till lull's Ftmllr PUIS lor cootUpttloo. is now cinuyiuK iubi Wdnesday etbod of traveling. jflle, N. C, The Bath Circuit Court adjournAt Master Commissioner's sale ed last Friday morning at O wings-vlll- e, .pending several weeks. Sterling, J. M. after being In session only jF. Sanders and family have at Mt. the Frances FeslerHntsell farm; four days. The bought jury re?. In Montgomery coecty to the on the Maysvllle pike In Mont turned fifty five.in .containing 153 The cases again - ...e thirty-efg1ld Hnghart residence In this town gomery county, per acre acres, at $114 55 striking Rose I. an iron miMisses Maggie D. and Minnie A large transfer of Nicholas ners were continued to the May Mclatyre, of Lexington, came last The miners were term of Frldav as euests of Miss Sallie county land was made recently ready forcourt. but the Common trial, Caldwell. Miss Minnie returned when 557 acres of the estate of George W. Bramblett, deceased. wealth asked for a continuance nose aioaoay. the neighborhood of East Union because of the absence of impor Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Ralls have in tant witnesses. system of exercisn to whioh I refer, no I returned from Rochester, Minn., were sold to various parties for a negro woman, iirani simple total of $32,355- f A.n oia was tried on the charge matter how told thatyour had to wear you was, you were II where Mrs. Ralls underwent an rWilkerson. , operation at Mayo Brothers Hospit-a- l County Judge G Allen McCor- - fof killing her husband, Press " are not necessarily to now wholrkerson. and Is now getting along nicely. mlck, of near Mt On the last November e despised. They are a great lnven- so seriously injured at a cross- - election day Press went to his Ion In their way; so .ore crutches. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian B. Ratlin" was not relish the antici Hut you and daughters, Martha Ball and lne by a C. & O. train two month home, near Olymplajf drunk. His pation that wouldbad to use crutches all you ago, when bis daughter, Miss Flor wife upbraided him for getting your life; nor would you. Just as soon Lucy Talbot are spending a few days with the former's parents. ence McCormlck, was killed, I: drunk, whereupon Press handed s your sprained ankle, for Instance. her a shotgun and told her, to shoot as in condition to stand it. your doctor Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ratliff, until now able to be out. him. She did so, killing him in- - ould instruct you. to touch It to the they get possession of the Brown O. Duncan, of Nicholas coun round gradually; mid exercise to R. tantly. She was given a sentence ring back the normal circulation itnec Jng cottage. ty. sold his farm at Parks Hil f fmm tnrn fr (m.ntutm VHre In essary to enable you to discard your Rev. H. C. Rainey and daugh- containing 120 acres, to J. W, he penitentiary. . i crutch. Exactly the same with a ter, Mrs. George K. Weinlng, who Tedder, of near this town, for $1 broken arm; exercise It as soon John Sandy and William acnuiz possible to bring back to normal. as it have been living in this city for the cash In hand and a note for $3,450. were Indicted lor the murder ot Is The wearing past three years, left last Friday Mr. Tedder will take possession a Herbert Reed, who was shot by exactly like usingof crutch for life. just a' Infor Bartlesvllle, Okla., where they once. Mr. Duncan will move to Sundy on the evenlne of last No stead of growing stronger by their use, formerly resided, to again take up Carlisle. vember 21 at Bald Eaele and died the eyes grow weaker, and you probably well aware ' order their home. Both are natives o A. B. Ratliff. of near Mt Ster - he following night at the home of aresee perfeotl. ft.i ) fact that Inglasses wearer of to Kentucky, but lived foi many year: ling, recently sold 54 sllo-fe- d cattle, Ills father, Charles R. Reed. rhe must change th' from time to time They have man, averaging 1,400 pounds, at 8 rahooting was done with a 38 caliber for new and strc In the West. t ones. friends in this section who w: see whu tborltles say on the cents. Tills Is of interest to far revolver, without provocation, and Let us issage: Poctor De learn of their departure with con mers who have been anxious to Sundy was under the influence ot subject of eye r.delphla, siderable regret. Mt. S. t e r 1 lug know the results of experiments in liquor at the time. Schutz's alleg- 8chwelnlU. of Ph iu Jefferson Professor College, of Ophthalmology Gazette. silos. Mr. Ratliff is entirely satis ed part In the affair Is that hi called makes the statement that in treating so fied with the manner in which the Reed out of the church, ner which serious a condition as dreaded cataract Mrs. H. T. Hopkins was host eye, massage 'of the "has a number of filends Tuesday stock took on flesh from the silo the shooting was done, and that he of thefollowed by improvement in vision been gave Snndy the pistol with which and deepening of the anterior chain- I afternoon at a mosfpleasant George feed. was done. ber." The Medlca Itecord, in vrltlnir Wanhlneton card luncheon. Toe Mrs. F. J. Cheek, of Danville, the killing 'ment, urges the f The grand jury also investigated of the same seriou rooms were beautifully .decorat will furnish a room in the W. M that ( with the national colors. U. the assassination of W. T. Staton, great value of "any i anssupply"would 1 Massie Memorial Hospital at Paris and bring an increased :gs and caranatlons, and an to perpetuate the name ol he lath who was found shot to death In considers feasible plan '''he was served. The er. the late James W. Ingles, who the public road about 2 miles south seems to bt properly-a- , i d massage," elegant luncheon tally cards were appropriate to the was one of the pioneer and suc- of Preston early on the morning of 'It would ot courac oe impossible to satisfactory or even safely give this occasion, and each guest was cessful business men of Paris. last September 30 mssage (or exercise) with the bands, Court convened again Monday but this prpblem was succe-'ullcaranatlons and a flag Her husband, Rev. Dr. F. J. with solvof some civil ed a' few yesrs ago by a Nrw York as favors. Misses Mary Woodson Cheek, was pastor of the Presby morning for the trial Specialist, SffO realized thru xpcrlence vBarnes and May Moffett and Mrs. terian church here lor many years. suits. jiow many troubles of the eyes re u'4 be Waller Sharp assisted the hostess quickly corrected bv this metUu i. Important to Mothra. of FOR SALE Two in entertaining. The greatest and most practical InC ASTORIA, bees and r bee hive; cheap. Mrs. Sxtmlne cvefullr ererr bottls of sad children, ventions usually seem the simplest and a ui o sad tire remedr (or tnf uU most obvious once they become Vnown, adv and see thit It I will be home the last of this J. S. Sharp. nd this one is no exception to ir - rule. week'with a line of Spring Hats, So simple is p hat anyone can v ,e t in Bears ti The beautiful, mild spring-lik- e give yon lowest cash ad will their own home without Instruct' .. yet orkes, as I shall dispense with weathet that prevailed last week, 8lgatara of It Is so safe fhat there is not the .slighl? bookkeeping, statements, etc., giv- with a temperature each day far la Use For Over 30 Years. AIwsji est cnance qi giving me eyes anyininp Soorht. The Klnrl You IUto but great benefit, no matter how Jon' ing my customers the benefit of above the normal, was succeeded they may have been affected. Sunday by wintry weather again, Respectfally, same. This system of exercise Is fully t Old papers for sale at this office. and there was a snowfall Sunday Mrs. J. J. Mathews. adv A State. .cure, sold t 'kl.ji by two T..O. Ralls, c! I. "ecently to thi Mi- - srsbnrg Coal & Ho. Tim? jut one Smber Com) $2 TVs oBrt One ur i Z n Kwsrd This is said C4M ol aunt .Uuu. catool ' bo cured brforIlsll's at Uu' to be one of the best mules in the Csurrb Cure. TEY & CO.. Toledo. O. K Vfe. .ud, ik. He was a bea- t- :s awher husband far-m- ss his wife, is sur- - the nnderrifneu tj Vnown jr. J. Cbener I fro ic g-.- W if ht fact i .. hard rain and Ol tnev affect the' tired nerves, an only cause headaches, - " which this 's those who I would kit me r me most iruuiui ca- - nut all at the are indebted to press-i.t tire nervous system who will which extends to the ' m- - and di office of W. R. gestive organs, and b, jrs on nausea receive paymen ar account and dyspepsia. for same. give you a What eye specialist Is there who has and :ry prompi-- a I Some have xtspb not heard from his patient. "Why, few have had.no idea In the world that It could ly to my request, be my eyes." There are many physi- neglected entirely, the cians. In fact, who look to the eyes for Pleas: heed this, K lectfully, one of the first causes ot stomach M. : Bostaln. adv trouble. It Is perfectly amazing In reviewing Agents Wanted the progress of science, surgery and medicine in the last fifty years, that the To take subscriptions for the method of correcting eye affections, Constieven of the simplest kind, seem to have Atlanta, Ga . been entirely overlooked. tution. Valuable prem'ums for Science in physiology is correcting subscribers, liberal cr missions deformities which Ubed t require har- and caih prizes for ag k You Surges-I- s nesses or mechanical support. correcting displacements which here- can make money fast In any small g tofore caused confinement. town or along any rnral route S'me Physicians are departing more and agents mak a good living. Othpractice more from the of continual drugging, and using more ers make $15 or $20 a month on rational methods of restoring and pre- the side soliciting subscriptions. Address for particulars: serving health. But, until the recent discovery of this Constltutlou, Atlanta, . i command! them In struggle' so ropetly do the work WL to 1 I "y , alra Uilbl adv ir e WorltfStftrWorks. St. I Aim an ad National M mthly, Bs Youth's Companion Courier-JouruaLot Louisville, K Times, Bryan's Commoner, Home and Farm, Lo Enquirer, Cincinnati Weekly Blade, Toled Scientific American.; Ne Daily Herald, LouiavilleX l, Trl-Week- ly SharpsDoro Mills Clover, timothy and seed oats a specialty. Come and see samples and get prices. Ask your neighbor about Cream Flour. We also have a full line of Flour. Meal, Coal. Shipstuff, Hay, Corn, Oats, Lime. Cement, and Graham Flcttr. All of our goods are at the lowest market prices, or will exchange for any farm produce. Our mill and its products are at your command. H. T. HOPKINS. Prop. GEO. SPEITH, Mgr. Phone 17 and your order will receive prompt attention. WILLIAM Jir life-lon- MT. STEl All work Trl-Week- ly le Ga. adv 24U C. W. Wil-Sterlln- e, (f The undersigned will offer for sale at public outcry, at the courthouse door in Owlngsvllle, Bath county, Ky.. on MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1913, to secure the payment of delinquent taxes, the property named below. The costs of advertising will be added to each amount due Suerifl's Sale lor Taxes. Drugv MAIN STREET. v. SHARPSBDRL Headquarters for all & Pel call and other bchool supplies the lowest prices. Give him 's 1 -- eye-ba- ll Sheriff of Bath County. SHARPSBURG (White). - Kentucky Sharpsburg, Hamilton, J. C, 1,217 acres, arlj T. P .Young's Heirs $968.15 Hand us that dollar, please. Hanley Alex, 17 acres, adj T. H. Thompson. . . . 99 Johnson, Silas, N. R., 15 acres, anj D. T. Duncan Scott, W. H N R :c,it, BUCKSEffS SEEtd SCCCZE3 18 acres, adj Mrs. Laura SPECIAL OFFER: CjIck" 8 20 Ssott, W. H.. N. R. t9i2, ;l'iK51-Jit Prize Collection 8 acres, anj Mrs. Laura 24-2- Seth Botts, BARKER, For all kinds of 7 Notary Public. BlacksiitliEii, Woodwork, Carriage Painting, RepairipgTRubber Tirinfr. Etc., give u( a call. We will save you money. 7 SEEDS 1 -"- HicKey Brothers, v 1 Betbel, Colegrove 4.81 Write to-da- y; h' pre---seat- ed SHARPSBURG (Calored) Hall, Susau, 1 town lot in Sharpsburg . . 1.76 Henry, Jesse, N. R , 3 acres adj Crlt Line 3 67 Jones, George, 1 town lot in Sharpsburg 6.40 Lane, Charles, N. K , 1 acre Mention this Paper. 1 Star Pianino company, (Incorporated), DEALERS UT- Mill toeonr peW MU U CfrND tO CENTS tliU 7ekla M u4 fmIv tk1m1 IMU Km s' w asswB sun. afj Roe Botts Lewis, Andy, 1 town lot in Sharpsburg 2.53 hives Mason, George, iacrearj A. G. Spralt acre adj Warner, Mollle, Sirah E Gllvlu 608 442 the Confederate Veteran AH kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber. Frames. Doors, Sash, Shingles. Roofing and everything necessary to build a house of any description from the Tbk Bath County World and cheapest to the very best. wl 1 be BETHHL (Colored). Sweeney. Win., 10 acres, adj C. Cannon Alice, K acre, adj . rtunbo, ry J. Whaley We do not need money oarselres, bat the fellows we owe want us. to py 6.40 You can get a lot of old papers them. Fay your subscription and help at this office for 5 cents. 2 15 tit ether fellows out. office. sent for $1 60 per annum. If yon the Veteran, write to 2.59 have ntx-i- c Nashville, Tenn., for a sample cony, and then subscribe thru this Mt. stenina. Kii. 1 1 - . t General iwp. jsssstsssssssssssy Crozler, OF HIM. groundwork In ti' teachers, the nibs' the application of1 tion, which is punj nectlon with the pi passed through tht to give an officer t, lng in ordnance wc VICEROY ..IDINGE'S chemistry and electrics to ordnance construc-ea- r at the Sandy Hook proving ground In Natural Effect Vjnan is a delusion." work there. Any officer who has v trill testify to Its completeness and to Its ability and it comes natural to hug foundation upon which to build his further train- - our ..elusions." ' If we wero alii aa Good .is we advise others to be. heaven would be right here on earth. t ry red ochre In waie lhoroa??WHJU. tho vnlue of solid us. it as thick as paint, tht' ished courses of Instruction junder capable j the"flower pot which abi f mi wiitca is peruaps me tneoreucai course id color- and holds - it please you, all groc "ucalte, sure can. ucl Flattary. "ft Is an easy matter for an agent to sell Gupp an edition de luxe set ot books." "How so?" "All the agent has to say la. 'Mr. Gupp, you look like a man ot Intelligence. " pi: Are joi. Formulik cure ana never tolt Box ZK. J.-- TASK IS GREAT W. N. UV--!. v -- ' -- , V . noit rrj Newwed Say, old man, don't you know what you misa by not being mar- . - at to Free .cickuM r eusincu. reason- .v r lui writs to r ' t THERY, Asa., Toledo, Ohio Ternment'AfDts. or 4prtntodnt of Uoa, Ottawa, ried. Bachelor I guess not. Do you count your money every night and morning. 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"I did." had apparently been the Instigator escapades and bad "And he refused you. I can tell by in a number of Try Mrs. Austin's Bag P&ncaVe, rare to the way you look." "No, te didn't. remained away from classes for InHe was always please you, all grocers. Adr. He gave his consent" 'Then wry definite periods. excuses, howover, and Inthe peculiar look you are wearing?" ready withpassed his examinations d A cloth jacket is warmer than n variably coat, there being less temptation "He wi s so darned willing." Houston with high marks after a few nlgbts Post to leave it open. of vigorous "cramming. lltWUOQ One story Is told ot a subject in serious diseases. It Is thoroughly cured by which he attended class but three Pleasant Pellets. The favorite Dr. s times and secured a mark of 95 per family laxative. Adr. cent, the highest In the class. I ".Mr. Stefansson," said the pro Pugilism. Modern -will you explain how you received th" .31k." 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Adr. d When Edward VII. following that remarkable series of visits to Continental capitals which began In 1903. was acclaimed throughout Europe as the peacemaker, there wero certain keen-faceold gentlemen In Downing street who allowed themselves the emotional relaxation of a quiet smllo and registered the thought at the sumo tlmo that a considerable portion of the credit for the diplomatic success ot those tours was due a young man ot serene" temper and engaging manner who was attached to his majesty's suite. Sir Charles Hardinge was that man, and when almost coincidently with his appointment to the highest office In the gift of the crown the viceregal throne ot India he was elevated to the peerage In 1910 and became the first Lord Hardinge of Penhurst thero was neither surprise nor envy among the diplomatists of Britain, for It was recognized that his rise was only a natural development and it was remembered that it had been remarked of him in the early days ot his career, even before the king showed him such decided favor, that he was a young man who. would go far. Great talents for conciliation have always marked Hardlnge's methods, and It is because of his success In this line that the British government does not regard the recent unsuccessful attempt on his lifo as he was entering Delhi as an Indication ot a general unpopularity of tho policy of tho government in India as represented in the person of the viceroy. 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