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Byron is Iho guest of Mrs. Duncan nt Nicholnsvillc MisseH Sum and Graco Crooks wero in Leixington Monday, 0; W. Young and wif.c were in Ciicinnuti several days last week. .Miss Aetna Stamper left Sunday to nnccpt n position nt Conersvillc, Ind. .Miss Ida Bcllo Brother has returned from a vixit to friends in Millers burg. Thrashley .Mnrkltind has gone to Cunton, Ohio, whero ho has employment. Miss Ora IMetcalfo is visiting the family of her undo .1. W. Jones in ML Sterling. Ill a Misses Annie and Edna Shephcr and sister Mrs. Nclson Rcid and daughter Emily nro visiting their sister Mrs. Harvey Coons and family near Bethel. Mrs. Jennie Myers has returned s' stay wNm her from a daughter Mrs. C. M. Cnrtcr, d who was seriously ill lint Is much unproved. ten-dayAsh-lnn,d, OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1919 jjj ..3 it BROTHER for Coffee. -- lligh Orndo Tea Bale by R. C. BYRON. for Tho puce of the Outlook la $1.25 per yenr, jitvuriahly cash in advnncc. .V. 7 Let us have your order for North- rn scco rvc MlObl'ASTER & SCOTT J 1 ,uiist ' 7 B&t diamonds. fiirn .Ml II. Pin containing 23 small Llbwal reward for re- MHS BELLE RICE Don't overlook c itfue. This is the time to buy. CIIAS. S. BROTHER. Get our prices on conl, lumber, lime mid cement before buying. Right prices and prompt delivery. TflE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO S. D. Thompson can fit you with glasses of any kind. His prices nro reasonable and bis guarantee is it real guarantee of satisfaction, - adv Grass for Rent pasturage for young dock. Ihave Good grass. Plenty of water. Aj- fply- to S. J. FEARING. f- - 3tW -- 'Lost, Tobacco .Certificate. W. C. Givcns has lost his Burley Tobacco Certificate for shares in the Burley Tobacco Co. No. 5833 for au miuiu. riiiuur iuuiiku '. ox-iu- V' V i',foi ' Mrs. Joe Jones, of Bakcrsficld, California, is the guest, of Miss May D'aughcrty. V. R. Bailey of East Fork visited his father W. D. Bailey, of this place 'Monda Mrs. J. J. Nesbitl, returned Friday from her summer home at Luding-toMichigan. Sam Estill and Seth Botts and Crit Young nnd son George were in Lixincton Monday. Mrs!' Sniah Jackson returned visit to Strtdny from a three-week- s' he? son Jas. Jackson. n, s notify. 3t. Having purclrvil the inteicst of r.OsiearPuImcr ii. 'he firm of Palmer .... 1 o . r. ' .1 i iVioo(ivnsicr.', -- .sk inai I. nn call and a aii-pcr- TER. dinner day. rvice V R. M. Miller, of Wilmorc, Ky., 'h visiting her sister Mrs. D. B. Salter, of near town. Frank Patrick, of Fuyettcsville, Ark., came Saturday to visit his sis- tor Mrs. D. B. Salver. little son Mrs. II. B. Anderson-anT.i J., nrc. guests of Mrs. Anderson's l niint, Mrs. A. N. Denton Clcll Johnson and Thornton and uAciair Richards have returned from a visit nt Camp Daniel Boone. Mrs. Henry Ormc, of near Sharps- Inirg, was a cuest of her brother Jno. McQuithy and family Saturday. Constance Botts returned last lturdnv fr im a visit to her sister o.t at Winchester. ,a luisrotumcd to Pn- ludinst fho week end with jr'ents Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Dcn- .Mrs. I Mrs. S. 0. 'Crooks entertained the ... c. ...;(.. ,,f Ik. It..!-.- , w:..,.: .Presbyterian Cliurch Monday after noon. Mrs. Clay Royse and children and to an-- a Elbert Hnrber visited, their Hunt Mrs. public T. A. Day at Morehcad. several days tr meet the past week. place is at the s vviea Wm. Manley, wife and sn Spent'GarageADayvphone. 15, :.ighi ,ihonu cer, Sam Manley, Robert Hutt nnd Alburn Shrout nro recent gmWts nt I Swango Springs. fhe' annual reunion of Gen John Frank Orrae, The condition of Mrs. k .yj. Morgan's command ot Lonteder-V- e vho has been in a Lexington hospital soldiers waR held at Olympinu weeks, is reported to be ; Augsut 20, 27 nnd 28. Only for several roll greatly improved. 'of these veterans nnswered Mrs. A. E. Thomas and daughter Dorothy Clark, of Olympia, spent MRS. WILL4Jf.SHROUT the week end with the former s moth : 'WWYi, Slrrotjt';)ged 02 years, er Mrs. S. V. Johnson. a lingerpfg' illness of tu- (Jwrt xt'i-r Mrs. Mary Dawson Brother,iho; at her hom6: near .Sharps-'''llm- r lias been nt a Lexington bospitnlMoi i. Thursday night. She .leaves her treatment for several weeks, is ex I husband, two sons and two daugh- pected hpme Wednesday; ters. Mrs. M. L. Thomas and children. Ben Morgan visited Wright, who recently died .Miss .Alice nnd Albert Iticbard Thomas and family at East heirs without a will, has seventy-tw- o ' estate Union for the week end. .'who will share a personal appraised at about Miss Gladys Sanford, of Catletts- that was recently $8,090. Some of theso heirs will not burg, visited. Miss Fannie Coyle a few dnys the past week and return'. rccely more thnn $4. cd to her home Saturday. 4 "SELLING OUT AT BEFORE THE Charlie Wob'stcr, wife and daugby WAR PRICES. ter Dorothy visited JWrs. Webster's Aft T. S. Shrout has asked for the brother Will Cnrmichael ut Winches building wo occupy we nre selling ter several days, lust week. out our stock of goods of general W. D. Bailey, wifd and sons Owen merchandise at a "before the war" and Stanley visited' relatives and nrice. Terms; cash only. All in friends in Lexington nnd Winchester debted to us please call at once and from Thursday till Sunday. settle. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Ratllff, of Car JACKSON, SHROUT & CO. lisle, and Miss Ruth Rutliff, of Bob seiner. Ala., visited Air. and Mrs. NOTICE Se'h Botts for the week end. All persons having claims ngainst Elbert Johnson and wife, of Ham of R. L. Sharp, deceased, the estate are notified to present same for pay ilton, Ohio, have been visiting the ment properly verified to the under family of Mrs. Johnson's parents All David Rogers for a week or two. .... tuininnd o them fc niLuvut Mrs. H. C. Gudgell has returned pi ' R. Jj. Sharp, are requested fnm Charleston, W. Vu., where shfe undersigned Vas called on account to pton ptly call on the 0 the illnos and settle their accounts. of her nlcco Miss Louise Prewitt J. 8- - & W. S. 8IIARP, Mrs. A. W. Jones is at Kirks villc, Administrators with tha will an M('., went lust week to visit her sis 4L naxml of It. L. Sharn. deceased. ter Mrs. L. S. HatlilT. who is in a hospital at that place for treatment Strayed to my pasture: agd brovyn Warner Jackson, of Cntlettsburg, horse mule. Owner can have same liv navine cost of advertising and came Thursday to spend some days JAMES F. IIOltSEMAN, visiting his grandparents Geo. Jack Aeep. son and wife and ojher relatives V ucrc. cAH. mtOTUKR for Coffee. tn J . iv." -- - SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY his name Lost, Tobacco Certificate. nr n nrcsidinir master.-BiLost certificate for shares in Bur- lives among those of tie other lm The Superintendent nnd teachers of tlic Owingsvillc High and Graded ley Tobnco Co. No. 0,502 for 31 & mortals who were our .$ri',cnrs ln masonry. 0 shares. Finder notify Schools request that each pupil ho SAM CANNON, Bethel, Ky. The first mnslcr of MiV" ' Lodge, present nt the opening on Monday nnd the eighth in succc ii 'i of our 1010 nt 8:30 morning September 8, For Sale: Best Northern seed rye. history, wns John A. Trunbo, given o'clock, This is absolutely ncrcs-snr- y special mention here because, ho too, GOODPASTER & SCOTT. in order thnt each child may bo was honored by hnving" a lodge bear classified nnd get tho right start with his name. Trumbo Lodge N. 201 wns his class or grade. A CENTURY OF HISTORY organized at Wyoming, K., Aug. It, Is impoitnnt to remember that (BY M, C. HART) Mrs. Minnie Olimnr, after 11 visit 31, 1853. For thirty years it served the loss of even n portion of n school of several weeks to her undo Simp- Schools request thnt each pupil bo Ono Hundred Years when measurits constituency und pnsscd t i!h the is no more thnn n moson Sorrcll and other relatives near session proves to things that were Oct. 1st, 1883. be a serious inter- ed by eternity Owingsvillc, returned to her home nt features Ono of the outstanding ruption to progress and tends to pro- ment; when compared with the great Middletown, Ohio, Tuesday. of duce n lack of interest in school reaches of time, is as nothing; but Maury lodge wns the when Hummed up in the experience electing its officiary semiannually. Clarence Power, who is employed work. We insist thnt you visit the school. of generations or of individuals it This custom was in vogue uwil 1857, nt the Lennox Lumber Mill in Mor when the present practice o annual gan county, visited his pnrcnts Judge Sec whnt your children nre being looms large. One Hundicd Years and wc turn election became the rule. and Mrs. W. W. Power from Thurs tought by seeing, and not by hearing. to On Aug. 24, 1854 Jnm- - M nroe Wc would have each patron to back the hands on the dinl oLtimo day till Sunday afternoon. remember that last school year was that zero hour when by the zeal of Ncsbitt, mnstor of M.ninLfe, off. Mrs. L. D. Brother entcrnincd with hearts long since stilled by death, ered before the Grnnd of Kena six o'clock dinner Saturday cven'v not a' normal school year, and for but which today ure given a resolution: tucky, the following that reason this yenr will be a stren ing in honor of Mrs. Joe Jones ot7 there was brought into "That the number of Muu'rv Lodge tefich- -. Bnkcrsficld, Cnlifornin. Those invit uous one for Superintendent, being a lodge of masons nt this place. be change dto No'. 55". -Hth crs nd pupils. Wc beg- of you '.to ' cd were Mrs. A. W. Wnldcn, Mrs. II. Nineteen years after the organizaof the same year the C .11.1 'fie on give us you hearty cooperation and C. Gudgell, Miss May Daughcrty, reurge the pupils to do the work as- tion of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky Grievances offered the f"i.v and Mrs. B. M. Goodpnstcr nn event that dignified the opening solution which wns adopted:. "Resolsigned. of a century, organized masonry had ved that tho name and style of MauElins McQuithy, and sinter Miss WE INVITE EACH PATRON TO Mnggic, of Salt Lick, visited relatives BE PRESENT AT THE OPENING its inception in this city. That lodge ry Lodge No. 141 be chnnged to hith here last week. Elias, while a sol- OF SQIIOOL MONDAY, SEPTEM- in the young metropolis of Bath, hart Lodge No. 55 nnd thnt the property the Iinppy distinction of being among of the late Webb Lodzc No. 55 be dier in camp nt Hatticsburg, wns se- BER 8TII. ' ' llie'uit to establish the principles donated to said Bath Lodge." Tifhc riously in. U'fd in the lino of lu' 011 C. F. MARTIN, Sppt. una pistil the banner of masonry mind of the present chronic' 'ic is now drawing ncounl of wliii-To quote wns indeed n wise procedure west of the Alleghanics. it;; $80 a month nnd getting his tuition Cnbo Snedegar, who took hjs lit- - tho historian:- - "Ecvery emigrant, oursclvwvby number to the jir .'i tf free nt Bcrca College. tic daughter who hud been bitljen by whose slow moving wngons sur- orgininztipn and honoring or- 'ft Robert Anderson, who went to a dog to the Pasteur Institute at mounted those barriers, brought by our coiinty's name. with the A. E. F and after Louisville Franco for treatment, returned some knowledge of masonry froln The second period of inactivity the fighting was over there was sent home Wednesday, leaving hisf wife cast to west, some family tradition, came by reason of tho war of to Russia as member of nn engineer with his daughter nt the Institute. somcjttnlu of wonder, some incident sunde-lt corps, has received his discharge The. doctors in chnrgo after cxami-- 1 of charitable character to relate to sixties. In that day of I Intionslups, when brother of nnd came home Wednesday night nation of the dog's brain assuf 1 Mr. their children when they should ar- jrotner ,,,, ti,e field of battle, He is n son of Mrs. Etna Andersotf, Snedegar that it had hydr iphobia. at their wildwood home; and frrlin n(1n nriI, i.m . fi. of the Forge Hill neighborhood. They also assured him that the treat- this was the germ thnt was to expand re's graves, while others return 1) ment was perfectly safe and ."Viirc into n great stock what wonder that .! tr:.. . t ci.i.i.t.. have a part in reconstructing " . preventative- of hydrophobia, ft re- thq faintest suggestion of the estab11th birthday Monday afternoon: tion. quires twenty-on- e dnys to" ndinnii'stcr lishment of n lodge was hailed with those invited were: Miss Thelma Times of crises develop men woi,- - I treatment properly. Thcj treat-mcardor or signature and intlucncc and thy of double honor. Such men wcrCU Johnson, Elizabeth Tipton, Mary the is free, tnc remedy being fur- open purse were offered unreservedElizabeth Brother, Carolyn Brother, Reuben Gudgell, Ben V. Perry Win. ! Lucille Jones, Mary Bruce Dniley, nished by the U. S. Government and ly to perfect the idea. Such elonga-tioh- s II. Daughcrty nnd others known tu V. tho Sltatc of wcro rarely the present historian. of tho cable-toLucille Arnold, Ruth Power, Enlo-gen- e the doctors paid by These mv reever witnessed before as those dis- preserved the integrity of Bath McNabb, Opal Hamilton, Louise Kentucky. The Institute hnjs but Ross, Bob Ross, Ralph Hart, Win- cently been moved .from Bowling played by the emmigrnnt masons in Lodge in the time of stress. The GTeen to Louisville. "the dark and bloody gronnd' thirst- charter under which we nov work ston Byron, Mndge Atchison. ing for the "social joy" of the "great nnd the jewels that adorn . 1 Uilcvcs Busy In Montgomery County. design.' ' our official? Vcre safely preserved DEMOCRATIC COUtfTY CONVENd Two, cnttlc weuslol ihomas Smith Webb was recog- and the great lights were not suffered 1'i the Sutton farm nekt ' Mt. nizer1 rt n world authority in mason- - tr TION ow, dim thru the zenl of thest. C s i'.-- g U week. SeverJ ca'('f-.-fr- t wJ'f I.'. Ife was ne of the great. . .. . .1. . ' The Convent', o 4 ...Ml V tQ) , . Jl' n&i Sat: party held at ih ' mt no recoru is nuito stri iHivi'V. i rru.i ; i;A(,f f 1 1. This. VnlhtoTn-roCTiTi- ...1 T .1 ... Tor the purpose, of i.. urday, August Mumuru uniu uiiu wjicii m- niso suVa from Hobl. 'oir" lipoT' a' traced by the silent lingers :' selecting dchfti's to the State wood's fanri on the.SpenVi' orphaned babe. Ldward ' tfdn-il.i- v yntimcjl.v death was announced in ot platform conven!..m to bo held in night. There is no ' u n the 1810, the intelligence mot with uni Bailey, a ward of Bath Lodge enter Kim- Louisville Sept 4, John T. .t'fts. A versal sorrow, inc ornnd Liouge 01 ed tho Home in Louisville Nov. 1872, 'jw.ritrators of thcrfe lfrough was nn"i cirman and W. its regular August fell aslcepUn that institution Dec. I tnvdwaro. store in Mt. Stirling was Kentucky, S. Thomas secica t riibbcdwutiWO-vvonLXapj. Doggett reso On motion of T and eonlerrcd hisn grave in the lot at Cave Hi!. nnl the dwelling house of) Coleman- - td his memo lutions were" passed endorsing nnd Rcid wns broken into and robbed, of mime upon the first lodge chartered mm tne venrs natu iidgf ..s nlcdging faith anew in nnd devotion coods which probably ci ri 'ted the thereafter. Thus Webb Lodge No. sent men to serve in the .lcgisalii.v j o the time honored principles 01 tho robbers, but left Mr. Rcitf .tooisjn- - 35 came into being. A page of our halls and to dignify several commis 'l Democratic party. deed, asguch goods canndtnow bo Centenial booklet records tho list ut sions ot btatc nnd MUioii. 111 i. i 2. Endorsing and approving the charter members. There is every in- realm of masonry her sons bni c bought in tne mariet. t brilliant achievements of our matchin the acJames wrought with distinction. dication of a super-vitalit- y less elader and President Woodrow Of thfi tivities of Webb Lodge during the pe- William Boyd n Past-mastMRS. ELIZABETH SANFORD Wilson's whole Administration. Men of character lodgo, removed some years; ago Jo Mrs. Elizabeth Sanford, wiilow ot riod of its labors. 3. Auproving the League of Na died of and ability were added to its roster the tropical larid of. FloVida, whev'1 tions, as proposed by our President, Richard Sanford, deceased, and Success seemed to mark it for he obtained eminence in tho sevcisi believing that its adoption will insure what was pronounced appcad.citis her own. Then, as a stroko from orders of Priesthood und in tin- - ar buried u,t " ' Ho- Thursday and was world peace. The 1895 was Grand Muster of Tint wah out tho blue, Adversity cumc. 4. Heartily endorsing the record nukcr graveyard next day. Sh J Morgan episode of 1826 came on Grand Jurisdiction. daughter of W m. Honakcr, made by our present Democratic peWhen the Grand Lodge of Kenonly son apace and the historian of thnt Since the death of her members of Congress nnd our Demo riod observes: "The whole Temple of tucky convened to celebrate a en- a few years ago she had lived cratic Senators. Masonry was shaken to its base by tury of activity, its Grand Master at her home on Prickly Ash. Endorsing the present Demo ot he commotion that followed. Two was a member and and has many relatives in the ncighV cratic Stotejy'Administration Lodges went down under it Bath Lodge. John Alexander 1ar hood in which she lived. She M ' oledgingri'Oyrtttvjitoward making the Several others stood for a time on sey was the man so honored Tne present nbmihcesuincrs at the com 50 years of age. the verge of dissolution nnd serious! gavel now used'by the presiding offiing .November election. fW contemplated masonic suicide. The cer of Bath Lodge wns presenjea to Teachers' Examination. , . . e .1. et nt 0. Favorinar certain amend., true worK nnu progress 01 mu mm him us a memento of that occasion, The lust teachers' exnminnj mcntp to the present tax luws of our in all parts of the Union were ar- his image, with that of the first State so the burden of tax shall be during the year will bo held at the. rested and for several years no ad- Grand Master, was stamped, upon C(ty School Building, Owingsvillc, moro equally carried by the taxpay vantage was gained in the cause ot souvenir medallions, the entrance Ky., on Friday and Saturday, Sepers of tho State. Social Ethics in the United States.". hall of the Home at Shelby Dp was 7. Favoring improvement in the tember 10th and 20th, beginning sentiment abounded to dedicated to him, and Rnui.'"V Lodge school'' system' of our State, more ef promptly at 8:30 each morning. Extho full. Webb Lodge caught in the No. 730 bears his name; in nil ot ficient teachers and a maximum and amination in Agriculture held ai maelstrom of this sentiment went which Bath lodge counts hcrjif honminimum salary fixed so teachers will same place Saturday Sept. 20th nt down but left a record of which her ored. 30 o clock, p. m. Colored teachers' bo better paid. Timo would fuil us shoull we atthe yenr Friday successors are proud. In 8. On motion of Judge C. W. examination the following the 1834 the charter was forfeited and tempt to name, one by Mi Gnodpaster all Democrats of Bath and Saturday ut same place and have brethren who thru the for ten years masonry slept. county were made delegates to tho hour. 'Ye are The frenzy of opposition in the kept the altar lights aglemn State convention to be held in Louis. R. W. KINCAID, Supt. St. ag roll nation reached its crest when it en proud of the ville Sep. 4, 1010, and that they vote tered the arena of politics 'but the that time has added to ou. fraternipn, ull propositions that may come Good Oil Well Struck. ftver: soon subsided leaving the craft ty. Time would fuil us tp recount . before the convention in accordance i Mr, W. P. Oldham received a tel in excellent conuiuon ior uuusuuv- . - the acts of heroism of ojher dnys with the wishes of the nominees of egram from Mr. S. S. Piuucy of tn;3 wrc recent or to modestly speuk tive work. tho party. city who is in Texas stating that tho In 1844 the brethren of Kentucky period. The century's "high t lye" has J. T. HaVe Oil Company had brought to look beyond themselves und Judge Alfred N. Crooks sold hi in nn oil well that was Rliov.'in more began charity sought the struck. Thru those inttrt ning years with true masonio nnd twnntvl than a thousand barrels per day and hmiKfl nn Mnln ulreet -joy and education of the orphaned issue of there has been much acres of land to Cliff Hendrix foo that the drillers claimed.!; to be lar their deceased. In this period ot much of sorrow, much of success and ger well than tho Gray Gander rennaisance the masons of Owings- much of failure ,und h a closing 15.000.00 Muny local' people ure intcrsstel '.n villc nnd its environs determined to word, we may bo par jc d n quota- itiiority, "the this company. Mt. Sterling etinel- - reorganize, and reestablish the fra- tion frqui an cinin-nMRS. CHARLES DAVIS' Uemocrut, ternity in their community. Strong, future of musonry is bright. Semi 24 years, Mrs. Charles Davis, aged Eugene Brother nnd Mrs. V. PJ sturdy men, the leuding spirits ot manufactured masons may with died at the home of her parents Jeff lodges re Conner, of Owingsyille, have ground their day und the progenitors ot draw, and Davis und wife, on White Oak, Thurs (floor interests in this well. many of the present organization, sign their chnrters but so long as day morning, after n long illness ot were granted u dispensation by the masonic intelligence Svill studv and tuberculosis. The burial was at the There will be a pie supper at Fasaett's Grand Lodgo of Kentucky, Sept. 0th, musomo zeel will work. Freemasonry Bailey graveyard. Mrs. Davis is e :gl ter for the Saturday lught, Sentem 184-- j Maury will go forwurd, th On Qct..l?th. survived by her husband Chas. Davis, ber 6. proceed for Luildcd up the relief und her wal the benefit of the Lodge No. 141 hod Its birth. her parents, one brother 'Bunks Davis lObool, Matthew Maury, tho pat reft, of better for the Joss, Oil ana Cabe Snedegar half brothers Never aguin willjwo experience t this reorganized body, was burn in and half sisters Mrs. Lee Palmer LMt of Strayed: Mouse colored the Vulley of Virginia. Transplanted like celebration in Bath Lodge. Oth nnd Mrs. Sam Vice. Muny friends to the soil of Bath county, he wus a er hands must soon take up the JOHN J. COYLE regret tne death or jme so horse mule. r hearta bear moving spirit in the Histories .of working tools andf. young, but tho dread disease had the we Lot: Light Stetson hut between masonry. Ha died Sept., 4th, 181 the Iovo of now, ( odt,. Rich is and marked her from her girlhood. She history 50 BulhV Owiugsville. und his body1 sleeps among thoscwJV was a devoted member of tho Chris Flat Creek store and will be her uj j'je. 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Owinv)Hc, t A, T. 1YR0H, Ky. oco , WHAT IS v .1 i V;; UNPARDQNABfe "' f ' V" ' "BAYER CROSS" ON GENUINE ASPIRIN I OWINOSVILLE OUTLOOK. termining tho bnrdon of tamtton which must fall upon tho people of tho country In general, V are acting", set tor prlvato corporatloas, but lo the name of tha government ana the public, ana must asses oar responsibility accord' Ingiy, For It l. neither rtiM nor feasible (o takct care of Increates In tha nt thta wages of railroad employe tlmo by Increases In freight rates. t I Impossible at this time, until pence ha coma and normal conditions aro restored, to estimate what the earning capacity of the railroads will return. bo when ordinary conditions Thero Is no certain basis, therefore, for calculating what the Increases of freight rates should be, and lt Is ncccs-arfor tho time being at any rate, In the to tako enre of nil Increases wages of railway employes through appropriations from the public Treasury. In such circumstances, lt seems clear to inc, and I bellovo will seem clear to every thoughtful American,. Including OWINQ8VILL- -, KY. MAN'S QULD NOT SLEEP fir. SchlewMr In Misery Frem CRISIS FACED BY President MEN IN PLANT INCREASE IN VALUE Aa a Result Kidney Complaint. Dmh' Gave Complete Relief. "Heavy work brouiht on mv kidney complaint," rajs Wn, Sclileuimcr, 0408 Suburban Ave'., Wtllston, Mo. "Ona was mrming wucn unocing a none taktn with k sudden pain In myi back and fell flat on the floor. If I had Wen hit with a ttip l couldn't hive suffered more. I taycd In th) house for five weeks and the p.t!n was wearing the life out of me. At times, 1 couldn t get a Mink of alccp became of the mirery and I had to eel un everv few momenta pass the accretions that m.ttkkiMtt ,'o ium- - colored, of foul odor, tilled with randy sediment and terribly scalding. My bladder felt as though it were afire. Tho pain brought stupor nnd a reeling sensation In my head- - the torture of It cannot be described;. If I cot onto my feci I couldn't wfllc hut felt diuy and all in a flutter and everything would turn black. My htad ached so it seemed ai though my eyes were being dragged out. I started using Doan's Kidney rills nnd I was toon rid of all the trouble." Bubscrtbcd and tworn to before mC' C. H. COGQESnALL, Xotaru rublto. bam-mcr, "Mrs. kB J tOUIlT Issues Ap- - l)OA&,S8pl,Dt,at CO, DUFTA1X). N.Y. K. iilson "Bayer Tablets of Aplrln" to b poal To tho Nation For gcnulno mast be marked with tht safety "Bayer Cross." Always buy nn Trucolpendlng Eco unbroken Bayer package which connonjc Adjustmont tains proper directions to safely relievo Headache, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Colds and pain. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost bat a few cents nt drag stores larger packages PEACE OF NATION MENACED ntso. Aspirin Is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Monoacetlo ncldcster of Sallcyllcacld. Adv. "Let Us Mobilize For Reconstruction; If We Fill It Will Mean National Everybody Knew It, Dliaster.'f Public Is Warned Still very facetious young man lie Is Higher Prices Inevitable Result of who hns paid court to n Iloosler Wage Concessions. several yenrs. Now ho hns for formed the hnblt of often coming after Washington. I'rpslflent Wilson Isher In his machine, nnd while ho waits for her ho n'inuscs himself by tensing sued tho followlttg appeal to tho na(he boytt. Heccntly one of the boys retion: My 1'tyiiw Citizens: A sltuotlon minded him of a promise lie had made to take them riding. "Aren't you ever has nriscl In connection with the ; going to do It?" demnnded tho boy. of the railways which Is "Oh, of course some day," laughed of such Hcnenil significance that I the man. "Didn't you fellows know think It my duty to mako a public that I was n regular shark at putting statement concerning It, In order that etfT things?" tho whnlw co'wtry mny know what H 11 school-tencli- Mothers wSr "V USQ . The boy was provoked. "Yes, wo know It, nnd so docs SIlss W ." He gnvo the other boys a significant look. "If you weren't that, we'd have n new Indianapolis teacher some day." News. -- "GfTrTif v I VX I, If' ,.t -J .- iliiiiiiiiliHH. operating managers of the railroad componles. This board has been unable ,o come to nn agreement, nnd t thcre'rore 1ms devolved upon tho Director General of Ilullroads and myOld fashioned A Safe, self to uct upon tho merits of the case. Remedy for Worms FOR SUMMER COLDS The idiopmcn urge that they are enBcTenty-flv- e years continNollilng gives quicker relief tham titled lo higher wages because of the t et testiuous U89 Is the faclier-Balrhigher wages for the present received monial FRCY'" VERMIFUGE and also relieves by inon doing a similar work In ship It can oflcryou. Nervous Headache quickly, and nny yards, navy yards nnd arsenals, ns well on Ke:p a bottle el-hand. It will help keep superficial Inflammation In a. short as In n number of private Industries', the little ones happy and but J concur with the Director time. , healthy. TryltfwMurops, Hoy Fever, or any in thinking that there Is no real TOoabottie at yonr dnnlstl or general sturei or If lonr basis for comparison between the setduller can't santly.ron. on4 htff nan: ana 3Uo In lumoi" rnntint hnv It Inrallv. send tled employment nfforded mcchnnlcs and we'H irn4 70a a bouts promptly.. a Free Sample, and Agent's terms, by the railroads under living conditions as various as the location and or send 50c stamps for 2 25c tubes. E. t S. nEYv Bilttoti- -, Hi s'r'oumlIngs of the railway shops Avoid Imitations. .' inselves and the fluctuation craploy-JE. W. VACHEU, Inc., New, Orleans, afforded in Industries exception-jf- y La. Adv. nnd temporarily stimulated by the I'ur and located almost without excepHAD. THE SPIRIT OF GERMANY tion In Industrial centers where the Tpirrtnnt From All Other Does )et chafe, irritate or bind the body Old Man Green Might Have Been cost of living fs highest. anyphoe. INSTANT BELIEF. In plain Model for Some of the Hun Cost of LMpe-a- t Its Peak. wrappl f and postpaid $ I 00. State sex Statesmen. The substatTfTal argument which tho Vender Mfg. CojrC'cpt. E, Ancor, Ohio shopmen urge Is the very serious In.c A senator was dlscuss'ng one of crease In the cost of living. Tills Is a iw wstvss viiuvnt the German m vety potent argument, Indeed. Bu ll shock and nnny nerves The spirit of the thing.',' the fact Is that the cost of living han ited by tin oflicsr of n fteen; "emlnds me of old man A( s!' tl porps through tu.' " f i n u man ureen s nirasvi wns over- - I certainly reached Its peak and will Tho nftll ' 'ireams. Icli are now everywhere being cfn-- ! rted and carried out. It certnlnlv ., t - riy un. i0UM lie nvtca tcher worked like a Tro- - 111 be lowered soon as there are set .iJtratfng partlru ,s. The illed n whole nacklnr case tied conditions of production and of ;onnl recolle' idnttfr slclnn Is able . ,ject nntf f Then he said to the old mnn oniiuerce, that is so soon as the treaty mere you are, Mr. Green. Mv cf peace Is ratified nnd In operation, (.sion or uio fr-o- r, thj Is done. You'll have no mora trnn. md merrl.unts, manufacturers, farrti Miiliionip oi ' '. jvi mo witn rats, and yon needh .' .. . cr. aml'miners all nave n certain basis bother sm ..:iu tneruM:., uiloiim- - .in Mii t it about these here dead ones, neither. ff calculation ns to what their busl-n.'ifopuWr Mechifr3K3 Ma t;fJL Its Influers-ewill be and what the conditions I'll cart 'em nwny myself.' nzine. "'How much do I owe you, friend?' Wll be under which lt must be con . ducted. said old man Green. The oceaionl ui of Roman E7 TUlttm The demands of the shopmen, there- "Two slmoleons, like what wns at nlBht will ptfvnl and rellv tlrea erei. watery eye. anil tin ttraln. Adv. agreed on, boss.' ior?, nnd nil slmilnr demands, nrc In 'Then tho old man pointed nt the effest this: That we mnke Increase In QUEER OLD MIRROR" huge packing case and said In a pro- wajes, which ure likely to be perma , nen-testing voice : In order to meet n temporary sitOne In British Musc' jm Known to Have "'Don't I get nothing for all them uati in which will Inst nobody can cer- " Been Used by Aztecs and rats?' tulnlv tell how long, but In nil probaAncient Mexicans. bility only for a limited time. InUseful Portable Saw. creases In wages will, moreover, cer Crystal gazing nnd thi use of magic The portnblu circular saw, attach- tainly result in still further Increasing .mirrors ployed an Important part In able to nny lamp socket and capable of the Cf-- t of production, nnd, therefore, religion nnd wizardry In iho past, and doing much of the hantl saw's work, Is the com of living, and wo should onlv 'though nlmost ewry nation had Its not tho least of recent dehave to go through the tmme process own method these did not vary ns vices. Such a tool, ugnln. much as It would be Mippoeit. weighs only 12 pounds, has three and Vny Hubstiuitlnl Increase of wages in Tims while Japan had In her Inner and consists leading lines of Industry at this time temples mirrors which only the priest of a sliding cylindrical base carrying would tttcrly crush the general camfaw, and ulilrh oro ulwt reflect tho blndc nnd n horsepaign wblch the government Is waring. the good and the beaut jl for the power motor having a speed of 12,000 with ennrgy. vigor and substantial goas, mo annent ilex) ns taught revolutions per minute. Special gauges hope of success, to reduce the high tbnt their god Teseatllptico had a Insure accurate cross-cu- t or cost of living. And tho In magic tiurrnr in wiitcn tie yaw every work. The tool Is guided by an ordi- the cost or transportation Increases which would thing that happened ctnh day In the nary saw handle, a push button necessarily result from Increases in world. the operation, and a suitable tho wages of railway employes would A real obsidian mirror with Its guard gives It safety. more certtlnly and more Immediately textile- string ''ince l.rltlsh - museuCtHill attached is nave mat effect than any other en- iiiMbii Their Class. now and was lmpeed wage costs. Only by keeping used by the Aatecs a., ancient Mexi"Harry bought his bride a beauticans for various purposes and very ful set of moonstones on their wedding the cost of production on Its present level, by Increasing production and by probably for crystal gazing. It Is trip." rigm economy nnd saving on the part nitch tho .saniP as the qthcr crystals "Then I should call them r tne people can we hope for lnrce ed by "wizard"," so far as decreases In the burdensome cost of hope Is ronccrned. Eyon In recent living which now weighs us down. crystal gazing hnvMiecn prac-an- d So That' Why Stream la Warm. It Is Mid Jy thrift,! who have No Time For Higher Rates. Headline "Devil fishing In the Qnlf It that the The Director General of Itullronds ,irror tr crj'stal stream." Hope they catch tho old M llsnpnpj . . , a ro,t nfter lt boy. Iioston Transcript find 1 have felt that n peculiar reoeen stared at tn complc visllence .1 w sponsibility rents upon us, because In r a great length! tlme.-nithen The Reason for "She." determining the question we ure not ever tho vision uigrr. She "I never could seo why thev studying the balance sheets of corpor. '..? call n boot 'she.'" ne "Evidently ations merely. Wo are, In effect, de 4 Death From Cat's Bite. you never trieu to steer one." A cat hit him and Levi Kurtz, n Physicians Seek Feet. a Pennsylvania farmer, died. Warned About India. He found A Whole Fire. Washington. Dr. Dudley W. Pal London. A gruvo warning about n cat chasing his chlekens and tried to Bob "Is tho Indy In pink an old mer and Dr. A. E. Osmond of the staff possibilities In India arising selzo tho animal, which hurled Its flame of yours?" Jack "No, a confia of the Cincinnati General Hospital, activities of the extremists from the was ut teeth In his hand. The cat would not gratlon; my have called atteatlon of authorities tered by Sir Harrington Verney Lov-etlet go and a neighbor chopped fts Here to whut appears to bo dlscriminn who hat held u number of Impor bead off. Hydrophobia developed some A gentleman Is a man who wouldn't Hon against doctors nt Cincinnati who !yveeks Inter nnd treatment nt the I'us-te- arguo one second with any other womtant positions in Indian are not ufllllated with tho Public ment. In the course the testimony Govern Institute, Pittsburgh, was uaavall- - an but his wife. of before Health Service. These doctors, the the commltteo of tho Government compiaint says, are not allowed any which Is considering the Indlu bill. Nn, Hare), a man Isn't necessarily He fees for Fresh Meat. thief because he takes a picture: he patients. treating war risk Insurance said tho extremists wero Increasing Doctors of the Public Health rapidly, nnd were using a vigorous "At Inst tho wolf Is at the door." may be a photographer. Service are allowed to collect fees for propaganda against thu Government "Well, coax hltn In nnd we'll est such work. The matter Is being Inves- combative and nationalist hlra." Koston Evening Transcript. A secret is something that a woman nnd backed tigated. by slander and misrepresentation. docs not know. Tho happiness of your .lfe depends i. Germany Open Air Service. Vnpon the character of your thoughts. All the world lores a winner with Roumanians Mobilizing. Berlin, With tho Marcos Aurcllus. treaty still the exception of the loser. Paris. A report received In Parlt not ratltled by the United States ut.d say tfiut Iloumanlans are mobilizing the alios except Britain, Gcrmanv hns their forces In Banat uud Teuiesvar, turned Its attention frnrii embltlons nnd N. P. Ilachltch, former premier and military dominance of 'tlio uld to tho head of tho Serbian delegation, saya development qt commercial aerial traf the Serbians are reinforcing troops ou fic, it Is the first country to Inuueu- - their lino through Banat, established rate regular airship passenger service. by (ho Supreme Council, because tlm mt.T i H A new commercial pnsfcnger-carrylnm . mm Itoumunlaut aro concentrating on the Y Zeppelin, called "Bodenzde," completed othur side. The Supremo Council since the signing of the Imulstlee, arKouimiiilii'x ultltuile In the rived her with 23 passengers from Hvngarlan situation, and sent Itoutna-nl- u Frledrlchabafen, on the UwIm boranother note saying that the. counder. cil Impctiently awaited a reply, ays to fBh- Married. J'JmJutntl nnu;i.,wcnt ton strange Tff AVl "to bo nrfrrWdr'n'nd nftcr we got 'FT"'Wii oft the car wo nsked a to the courthouse f He told 11'sr where to turn nftcr sonanyb1dcSs""nndwe rtnrtcd out and arrived at the Jail. Wonder If he was married, too? mnn-thpjy- Involved. Thu rullrond shopmen have demanded n large Incrcnse In wages. They are now receiving 58, 03 nnd OS cents pcr hour. This demnnd has been glveu careful anil serious consideration by the board which wns constituted by the Ilallroad Administration to adjust questions of wages, a board consisting of nn equal number of rep rosontatlvcs of employes nud of tho hi rf Geu-cri- tl , . ut taler Pile Support counter-proposition- Joe'-sold- , 1 -- i 1 ss . "Mm labor-savin- g one-quart- Inch-blade- rip-sa- con-tio- ls 'jlf f. masculines, who much fear surveyed with and trembling the oncoming tidal wave APPEAL FOR TRO0P8 ISSUED A8 of feminism, may derive a secret conSTRIKE MOB SURROUNDS solation from the fact that a mere mart, RICHMOND, IND., PLANT. and the meanest kind of a mere man. has distinctly Increased In eoctnl value as a result of tho war, says tha Goodrich Is Asked To Call Out 8ol-dl- Baltimore Sun, Ho Is now a matrimoBuilding Is Bombarded By nial asset of unusual Importance In EuEnraged Throngs After "Breakers" rope, and oven In this country he Is worth n great deal more In tho mariFire Volley Into Crowd. tal market than he was two or three years ago. In Breat Britain the surWestern Newspaper Union News- Service. plus of marriageable women Is estiItlchmond, I ml. Tho mob of strik- mated at 1,500,000, and thero seems ing Iron moldcrs nnd strlko sympa- no placo to which they can emigrate thizers broke Into tho plnnt of tho wlUi any hope of finding mates. WomItlchmond Mnllcablo Casting Co. and en In tho British colonics will not have they tho shopmen theniseltswhen English women penciling on their prehave taken a second thought, nnd to nil captured the strlko breakers. Thcso serves, nnd American girls, wo assume, wngo earners of every kind, that we men surrendered, nftcr which tho mob will not bo disposed to welcomo such ought to postpone questions of this formed a hollow square and escorted rivals. come them to the .railroad station, wlicre sort until normal conditions Great Britain expects every man In ognln nnd wo have the opportunity for they were placed aboard a train for her little homo Island to do his certain calculations ns to the relation Chicago. All wlnndws In the factory duty, nnd there Is tnlk of between wages nnd the cost of living. which hnd not been broken during tho Imposing a heavy tax on bachelors In It Is tho duty of every citizen ,of the bombardment by the mob were shat- order to prevent slackers from escapcountry to Insist upon a truce In such ing. But with half a dozen or so womsettlement tered when the crowd forced Its wny en competing for ench man, tho numcontests until Intelligent Into the building to capture the strlko can bo made. ber of bachelors who could withstand I appeal to my fellow citizens of breakers. these feminine wooers Is likely to be In lu every employment to Two companies of Indlnn.i state mi- very smnll. Everywhere In Europe and fluting upon and maintaining such a litia wcro In readiness to proceed to In many parts of this country men will also In sustruce nnd to the plant of the Itlchmond Malleable be nt a premium and can make their taining the government In what I conown selections and their own terms. ceive to be the only course which con- Casting Company to preserve order nt Man may exercise less apparent Influpublic servants enn pursue. the foundry, which was bombarded by ence In politics than heretofore, but scientious Demands unwisely made nnd passion- n mob of striking moldcrs and sym- he will for years to conic have a greatately Insisted upon nt this time men-ac- e pathizers, who threatened to lynch 75 ly Increased Importanco In the femlnlno tho peace nnd prosperity of tho strikebreakers at work In tho plant mind. He should not be arrogant and Ntuitry as nothing else could and thus Decision ns to the uso of the stato haughty on this account, but If ho Is contribute to bring nbout the very wise he will play his cards more carewhich such demands are Intend' troops wns reserved, however, pending fully and discriminatingly than ever cd to remedy. the fulfillment by the strikebreakers of before. He should mako it a point Wage Scale. to Elght-Hou- r Entitled their promise, made after a conferenco to pick out tho most eligible In the There Is, however, one claim mndu with Assistant Tolico Chlpf McNnlly, list of contestants for his favor, and by the railway shopmen which ought the to leave the city for Chicago on tho mako lt understood that none but will to be met. They claim that they are best need apply. In this way ho not enjoying the same advantages that ilrst available train. Pleas for troops not only promote his own happiness other railroad employes nre enjoying were telegraphed to Gov. James P. and best interests, but help to promote heca'tise their wnges are calculated Goodrich nfter Mayor William Zimmerhigher feminine standards and check upon n different basis. The wages of man, Gktli Freeman, Prosecuting At- certain tendencies to feminine recklessrailway employes are based upon torney ejf Wayne county; Sheriff Clem ness which havo long grieved tho other the rule tbnt they nrc to receive for Carr mill Police Chief Alcxnnder Gor- thoughtful masculine. eight hours' work the same pay they man linil decided that the situation nt received for tho longer work day that the casting plnnt was beyond the conOld English Institution. r was the usual standard of the trol of city nnd county authorities. A venerable Institution of London's period. GovThe decision to appeal to tho legal quarter the Moot has been This claim Is, I am told, well found- ernor for troops wns reached nt a seed, nnd I concur in the conclusion of cret conferenco nt tho City Hnll. reinstated at tho Inns of Court Tho belongs to qulto another age, but the Director General that the shopmen Strikers and their friends determined Moot given additional four cents to forcthe strikebreakers to leave tho It Is still useful as providing a means ought to be of testing the abilities of candidates an hour which the readjustment aske-plant niid tho city, and when they to tho Even should lt have for will Justify. There are certain oth- inarched no the factory they were met sufferedbar. disappear definitely been to from er adjustments, nlso, pointed out lu by a. fusillade of shots llred by thu tho Inns the report of the Director General, men In tine plant None were wounded, would of Court institutions the Moot have left a reminder in the lanwhich ought In fairness to be made, hut the voljey enraged, the mob to such guage of Its former presence, says and which will be made. nn extent I that bombardment of tho the Christian Science Monitor. The Let me add, nlso, that the position building begun. Pollco reserves expression "a moot point" springs government must In con- who which the answered n riot cull were unnblo from the practice of holding discusInscience tako against the general to handle the crowds, nnd stones, botcreases In wage levels while the pres- tles, clubs land other missiles were sions for the solution of points which no amount of discussion can settle; ent- except lonnl and temporarily cir- hurled nt tlie factory. tho very ralson d'etre of the Moot cumstances exist will, of course, not The mohJncrcnsOd In numbers as preclude the Ilallroad Administration tho report fit the clash fcprend throughAncient Game Is Crlbbage. from giving prompt nnd careful con- out thcA'ltji nnd tho crowd, thus nttg- - j WDoage is one ui lew euro sideration to any claims that may lid inont-- d, blocked trailic In the vicinity H made bv other classes of emnloves f "suou of. tlio casting, factory, WltJufhc u.l1lnDtiHfltitn liAlf.tiin.1 .a hn ....... ClVtnr of n? J ff shots t .n6in, It was played, in Elizabethan .jrt.uin lu. all fror, itu nvcuic ..iinii..i times, only In those tfaja It went by t,1(? iu.,uing tl.c utrlkebreafcers J who work Id the railway service. Tho earliest manfed no desire to engage in u. the name or "noddy. In contained in WOODltOW WII.SO pitched' DhMle, but remnlned securely treatise on the game The White House. barred behind the gates of the plant "The Compleat Gomesrfer," published In 1074. Now there is quite a library Teachers Will Profit of books on crlbbage, which explain OPERATORS TO BE BLAMED and elucidate tho mys how to play Detroit Mich. Detroit's 3,000 schoo teachers also will benefit undtir the teries of "one ror his nob," "two for plan suggested by Mayor Couzens nnd his heels," and other quaint expresapproved by the Council, by which city If Meat Is Klpt Too Long, Ohio Official sions of the game, handed down to us Asserts Cold Storage Men Are through the centuries. employes receiving less than $1,700 a Hit1 By New Ruling. year are to be given n Who Could, Indeed? allowance" In addition to their Columbus, O. Upon operators of English paper "Miss Leltch played regular salaries. This was announced cold storage plants rests tho duty of delightful golf up to the hole, by Mayor Couzens, following a conferbut ence with Frank Cody, Superintendent complylng' wlth the law, nnd nny ac- when once she had arrived there the tion they take Is to bo taken wl(h tho result was almost ludicrous, as she of Schools, and Charles A. Gadd, Business Managers of the Board of Educa full knowledge of their responsibili- could not hit tho ball truly with her ties, Attorney General John G. Price puttee." tion. declared In an extensive ruling handed to Tlrjtnas C. Gault, head of the Man Who Moves the World. New York Girl Arraigned. Dairy arfl ..Food Department. The The reasonable man adapts himself New York. Thirteen-year-olFran ruling Wffs called forth by claims of to the world; the unreasonable one ces Sullnsky appeared without counsel cold stornge before Magistrate Brown, of Brooklyn responsibilityhouse owners that entire persists in trying to adapt the world rested upon tho owners to himself. Therefore all progress de to plead to a charge that she poisoned of thefored food. Following closely pends on tho unreasonable man. Ber Solomon Kramer, her employer's baby, nard Shaw. In the hope that suspicion would be after y.J Supreme Court decision giv ing stato tho right of sale In directed at the child's aged nurse, with Tuberculotlt Among Chicken. whom she hnd quarreled. A lawyer cases.ti which tho provisions of tho law have been violated, tho ruling Two French scientists contend' that volunteered his services, nnd the case tends to limit further the use of the 10 per cent of the chickens In that wns continued until September 2. col, storage houses as a means of reg- country have tuberculosis and ths.t the nltt'rig the supply on the market to disease runs as high as 28 per cent Britain Plans Economy. London. Sir Auckland Geddes, Min- mainj''n prices. It nlso will facilitate among poultry In some other counnecestries. ister of Natlonnl Service and Itccon the ontalnlng of Information structlon, speaking at Banslngstoke on sary to Instltuto civil or criminal ac Youthful Diplomacy. Government economy, announced that tions. Little Boy and his cousin wore sit a special financial committee, of which Hlnes Warn Rail Employes. ting on an arm chair in rather close Premier Lloyd George Is chairman ashlngton. Director General quarters, when Itoy said: "Mary, has been formed and that the Premier there would be more room for me oa was throwing himself with great en HInetf served notice on "public offone of u get oft" Boa ergy into the work of cutting down icers, railroad ofllccrs and employes this chair if anu citizens generally In California, ton transcript. expenditure. Arizona and Nevada" that tho RailRather Vague. road Administration would undertake Muck's Successor Arrives. "What is the name of this new clubT New York. 1'Irre Monteux, succes to restore full railroad service In those asked Mr. Dubwalte. sor to Kurl Muck ns leader of tho Bos- states, and that all striking employes 'The ladies call themselves seekers ton Symphony Orchestra, arrived here who do not return to wprk by that after the truth," replied Mrs. Dubwalte, time, will And their places filled. Any on the works of several new French "Um. How do they go about It?" composers, hut said German music ono who Interferes with or Impedes "Well, the most Important thing Is tho use of railroad property, Mr. Hlnes would have Its place on his programs. capital T.' After said, would be dealt with for having to spell 'truth' with a Muck, who had been interned, sailed that they tr Just seek." Birmingcommitted an offense against the Uniror Germany lust week. ham ted States. Backward-looking fire on: STRIKERS of War the Masculine Element of Humanity It Decldsdly News Callings From Kentucky Dnnvlllor David McGlnnls, n car- at a Premium. havo cllned to accept tlf will, and nsked thoi aside the order on only wants his sbi number of heirs. Richmond. Thtj I.ucretla Cotton, ton, bequeaths all! her brother, J, A.f er penter, fell from a scaffold on tho Bowling Green. J. Mont Jpftiicjrr,,,, Gmnvlllo Cecil farm nnd sustained a nclgiTbortibooV farmer of Woodburn broken ankle. The nnklo was reset. Tns seriously hurt when struck by an Versailles. Ben M. Thompson, who automobile driven by Dr. Thompson, lives near Lock No. 5, while handling of Horse Cave. Mr. Towncy was ridhay, was bitten by a snake. He catuo ing his horse nlong the road at tho hero for medical treatment. His arm tlmo of tho accident. The horse had waa to bo killed. Dr. Thompson Is badly swollen. re-su- it charged with speeding. London, Jolmnlo Garland, of ConWhltcsbttrg. Knott county boasts go, while In swimming near McWhor-ter- , was drowned. Ho wns mall car- of the record of having no murder rier from Chester to Langnau. He cases on her docket. Tho county has not had a murder case In years. From was 17 years old. n lawless moonshlnlng district whero Mt. Sterling. William Wells hns murders were frequent lest than a bought the Hkldmoro place, and 30 dozen years ago tho county has estabacres of land, on the Spencer pike, lished n standing over eveny paying J.'rOO per acre. Mr. Wells will county In tho state. take possession In September. Itlchmond. During a heavy thunMidway. Mrs. William Sacra hns derstorm the young eon of Mr. and returned from Faywood, where she Mrs. Itecd Wells, who live In tho wns called to the bedside of her White Hall locality, "was struck by grandson, Joseph Shotsnnglc, who is lightning nnd Instantly killed. Tho suffering from Infantile paralysis. boy wus out In tli5 ynrd taking clothe off the line for bis mother when n bolt Frankfort. A committee has been of lightning struck n treo to which the appointed by the Stato Board of Agri- clothes line was attached. culture to confer with the members of the Fish nnd Game Commission relaFrankfort "Tho sleep wns tive to nn elaborate exhibit of the It,"' said James Bray In the worth pollco State fair. court when Judge Herndon fined him the charge of disorderly conduct, Frankfort An order was entered by $2 on consisting snoring so the the Stato Ilallroad Commission au- loud offensealmost every of person In tho that thorizing a cpntlnuancc of the rates vicinity of the station of the Central now In effect of the Western Union Kentucky Traction Co. was disturbed. Telegraph Co. and the Cumberland He was waiting for a car to Lexington. Telephone Co. tV r"rr . n' 4 pre-wa- ws Winchester. When the Itcv. J. D. Walling, minister of the Church of Christ on Fairfax street, failed to appear for prayer meeting, members of the congregation went In search of him nnd found him paralyzed and unablo to speak. Elder Walling lived alotio Frankfort Suit for $3,000 damages nnd had not bcVn seen for 24 hours. against tho Kentucky Traction nnd Ho was rushes to the ClarK county; Terminal Company was filed by Mcr-rl- hospital. Ellis, who was Injured when the coal cart which he was driving colt Danville. ML' 'l- - c Itoch sustainHded with a car. ed a dislocatev! shoulder and cut on her left arm when the car of Itlchord AnWinchester. Tho city tax levy for derson, of this city, ran Into the buggy. next year hns been fixed by the city she was driving, knorl-'wr- . both wheels council nt $1.33, apportioned nt 7fi off of t't left side. cents for city purposes, 11 cents for were or sewer fund; 7 cents, city hall, and 40 Koch was i cents for schools. Bulck gnra ed to pasa Owingsville. Hollle Warner, son of Ed Warner, had his NIchoIaj foot mnshed when he attempted to get 20 years, on a truck driven by Goebel Allen. He near the slipped and fell, the wheels of the Is alle truck running over his foot about Frankfort While Norman Kirk, a farmer, was milking a cow tho cow struck him In the eye with tho point of her horn nnd tore the eyeball from the socket. Tho cow turned her head to brush off files. tt i Local dairymen have Winchester. Issued notice that the price of milk will in the future be IS cents per quart and 10 cents per pint They give, ns tho reason for the ... high, cost of labor, feeds anj sbo' of M it Frankfort The offices of WilUt' VUtlCLtUL ill 111 I a tut UUI was closed for the first time in tlt. years. Jako Cox, deputy Internal revenue collector, will go to Lexington to bo In charge of the stamp desk., po) yeaf4 . Maysvllle. Fred DlencrT son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. DIener, who received n wound In France which necessitated the amputation of his leg, arrived home, service hail mnf reared by Lea's takli Ashland. I.eonarav.,ia'lber suf. a very painful and unusual accident through n blow-ou- t on his automobile. Mr. Klalber had Just pumped up tho tiro and wns leaning over It when lt hurst, filling his eyes with sand nnd . .... ,.t wmui iits Uf uusiufi jiiit'iiat; 1.JU111 iiuui ...1. still suffering. The force of the air, full In his face, threw him several feet from the curb to the sidewalk, whero he lay unconscious until given assist-- 1 1 no Is looking very well, con sidering the suffering he has passed through. Twenty-twFrankfort. suits .against corporations falling to report to the State Tax Commission by the first .of February, as required by law, wero filed by County Attorney Paul Games. Each corporation Is nlso charged with having failed to pay Into tho state treasury a corporato tax of o J? d r J $1,000. ance. Maysvllle. The son of As- bury Igo, one of the firemen at the Maysvllle Water Works, was drowned-Ia hole of water nt the plant. Jne-chilwas playing outside the plant and fell Into a hole nbout three or four feet deep which had been dug about a water pipe where repairs were being made and fed by a leak. When the child was first discovered by a playmate It had probably been In the water fifteen or twenty minutes before It was discovered. Maysvllle. Tho new automobile of Claude. Watklns was badly damaged when lt crashed Into the north steel girder on eastern end of Limestone bridge. The car was driven by Elmer Watklns and was moving west on Second street When about to enter the bridge, Limestone the machine's wheels caught in the car tracks and It skidded against the bridge. Tho front of the machine was smashed In con. slderably. Mr. Watklns escaped with1 a slight scratch on his nose. H. Nelson, rural car Winchester. rier, had his shoulder dislocated and wus bruised about the body when he was thrown from his buggy 4 tfhe 1 Danville. Franklin Deatherlde and Hume Chcnault, of Richmond, were re turning from the dance In Harrodsburg, and did not notice that a freight train was on tho crossing here until they were n few yards distant. Che- nault, who was at the wheel, swep-ethe car to tho right. It darted down the track alongside the train, tore through a cable guy Tope, and went over Into a ditch on the side. Neither J occupant was hurt d. jured. Wllmore. An automobile, driven by 11. B. Taylor, of Nlcholasvllle, 'was overturned nt Barker's lane on the Lexington pike when lt collided with a Ford car driven by Mrs. Fred Gar-bc- r, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Branaugb. Mr. Taylor was pinned his car and suffered several cuts on the limbs and head, also a broken rib. Taylor's car was completely demolished but his wife and two daughters, Misses Anna Steel and Elizabeth, who were also In tho car, were not In t, ih !l g Try It. of It contains the vital mineral elements and all the nutriment of wheat and barley. ill-heal- is a notoHous knocken th! Linen Handfe Perhaps as a reraaaut o the crate and hcMlty fer kalttlag ags there they art are Bet Useo baadbt aVI fn1 te ltitmltfl fciW a Si of the lovely crwh and Uaee ks lag bags that we carried mk miu r. They are otabroldved ba eeter and deco rated with bW4 bb4 Mt puft tasaeli of seaM soft nMT( 1Hc ebvnWle. Oat, fer IftttftMf, ta heavy creaW grtVf ysw r. reany-- ,. j beads, and at each of the three corners of the bag the botteea Is e In a triangle, so that there t. re Utm corner baajt a big blue pa pended frew a big Jet bead. Silver and MiVitr and wora wH old-trip- 4 Q4d-Strl- a hih 4 vtw te a a- - T iWh mm 1 bi a steeklagt arj silver a4 geM eveatac (Uppers. The stockist are jm4 ef heavy white wis, a ad tfet twee or ire of iuh, are tssPtWVnS ITS iMr vp i or tuver Jttilato a Mflwtii wMth, to Dm tetfc Hay and Grain. Corn No. 2 white $1.0261.04, No. 2 yellow $l.O301JW, No. 3 yellow $1.1)1 1.03. No. 2 mixed $1.0001.02. No. 3 mixed tl.WQl.VJ, white ear $1.0.1 1.07, yellow ear $1.0301.07, Sound Hay Timothy per ton. nei t2734, clover mixed new $29.S0.& ssary' , 111, clover, new $112 35.50. Outs No. 2 white 77c. No. 3 whltd Steamer Munalres Sinking. No. 70c, No. 2 mixed 7075Hc, New York. The MutiHon Lino Steam mixed 74 74 V4c er Munulres, outbouid for Newport Butter, Eggs and Poultry. isew, was In collision with another Butter Whole milk creamery steamer In Ambrosiy Channel, accord 67c, centralized creamery extras extra 6314?, ing to n radio mcptftso received hero, firsts 02c, second SlMc, funcy dairy I reported to 1u sinking fast Tho and 48c. Eggs Extra firsts 47c, firsts 44c, Munaire !s a verfel of :t,7C0 tons. ordinary first 42c, Live Poultry Fryer, over 2 Is, Thirty Persons VAio Ate In Cafe III, Chicago. Arsealc wim found In sam 32c; broilers, 1U lb and over, 34c; ples of coffee tokJn from a downtown rowis, i ids ana over, -- uc; uuuer lunchroom, wliee ,'U) persons wer lbs, 20c; roosters, 18c. Live Stock. poisoned, ucconlig to Meulth CoiumI- Cattle Shipper $11.50015 butch iloncr UoberffcJii. er steer, extra $ 12.50 i 3.50, good :o choice $11012.50 , cvuimon to fair $7.504)10.50 ; heifers extra $120" "What ?ea 'nunrit te de I to get a4 good to choice $1011.&0, common (fee iBsttle fi to fair 7.BQIO; cows, extra $1011, rat Aewffr amrtM good to choice $7.50 6 10, common iu That' w fair $5.5090.75, canuers $30, stock-er- a (fee Jar. and feeders- - 9&SQ0llk "Ke, yet' RS9Cai CalviM Extra $21. fair to good $10 MM c mrlrayv(HfHr4-I CMHMOtt a 4 $14. tog Ha t i at Squandering of Funds la Charged. Portlund, Ore. Charges that approx imately $5,000,000 of Government funds had been "squandered, misapplied mid converted to tho prospecJvo uses ol the Milwaukee railroad Interests" wero contained In it report telegraphed to Secretary of War Baker by the con gressional committee Investigating op erations of tho spruce production divi sions. The report dcclnres that tho ex penditures of the pruco production di vision wero "wasteful nnd unnece- Maysvllle. Maysvllle will retain a Wrong Idea of Friendship. "Friendship," said Uncle Eben, branch Internal revenue ofllcc, accord "don't mean no mo' to some folks dan ing to Information given Deputy Col lector William Lindsay by Collector license to borrow money." Maysvlllo has been a Hamilton. branch revenue ofllce for moro than CINCINNATI MARKETS. fifty years. Georgetown. Lieutenant A. S. Wil liams, now In tho naval aviation service at Key West, Fin., bus been elected by the board of trustees of Georgetown Collego as assistant professor of chemistry, assisting Dr. Townes Randolph Leigh. .1 ner of Hays street and Lexington avenue. Ho was driving a young horse and had Just started to the postofflco to make his dally delivery of mall. Midway, Lightning struck tho home of Dr. Andersou, tearing tin oft tha' roof. It also struck the Ico plant of fice, at the cor- tearing off weather-boardin- At1 Milton Davis' farm, four miles south. of here, a largo bam was blown down.1 Mlddlesboro. Mrs. Flora Kelsli, f Phoenix, Arlz arrived to take charge of the body of her husband, Albert Keith, who was killed by falling slate In No. 4 mine of tho Monarch Coal Company. Mr. Keith had been at the Monarch mines ouly a few weeks. Columbia. Ira Simpson, a sou cf IV 0. T. Simpson, a prominent, pbytlcUitt of Breeding, this county, fatally shot Frankfort Will Jordan, who-- es caped frpm the convict road gang In Henry county, has been captured and returned to the penitentiary. Jordan wus rounded up ou the banks of the Kentucky river by a posse of citizens of Henry couuty. Winchester. City Attorney F. II. Haggard,' on behalf of the city, tiled suit against D. S. Gay to compel the removal of scale on Winn avenue and a billboard on the west tide of North Main street, which he claims are obscuring nud menacing traffic. himself. Simpson vns a young married man and resjded In Burkesvilie.. Ho was the brother of tho wife ot N, O, Mercer, potlmatter of Columbia. to? tSMi( . )ra Mi-I-t Jack Scores. New OH Substitute. A factory has are taany The whims of started In nnd u'lrlotH, but for the pure sarcasm 8we4i fer extraeMsg eN tnm schist commend u to the British Bailor whe Ihm aiMis Mere to I be Mh&r requested bis executor to pay hi wife oe tbHthttf. wberewltfc to buy bael-hu4- Left aim, bwl always ftrnNm4 "m w t4ttts ta -) - A tf " hla I AI L - Ml Mr, tr4 ' 1 pJtfllMl Mt -M ms 9 ' hi kf t-- 4ilA yjt; f B jckerHvr tl m, Via ami. tttuiM .iitt3ifc-A- '' " ' I 4 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, OWINQSVILLE. KY. Ik JOY OF MOTHERHOOD pretense, madamej" cried lAiruux at grlly. "Wlint have you to gain by concealing the knowledge of your husband from me?" "M. mtm tmtroiM ttrreRitATienAi GREEN'S AUQUST HLOWER In the grind old summer time when fruits of rill kinds aro getting ripe and tempting, when cucumbers, radishes and vegetables freih from the garden are tno good to resist, when the festive plcnm prevails r.nd. everybody overeats ana your stomach goes back nn you, then! Is the time r "August Flower," thd sovereign remedy for tired, ovcrwoiked nnd disordered stomachs, n panacea for Indigestion, fer mentation of Tool, sour stomach, sick headache and, constipation It gently stimulates thrt liver, cleanse the Intestines nnd alimentary canal, making life worth living. Sold everywhere. Adr Came to this Woman after Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to Restore Her Health Elleniburp;, " After I wa taarried 1 was not welt for a lone; time and a good deal 01 the time was not able to go about. Our greatest deslra was to have a child In our home and ona sh jhhm mm sumnnH .fswalml mm s Wr. h Jacqueline VJvlUvll day my husband came back from Vegetable Compound and wanted mo to try It town with a bottle of Lydla E. rink-ham- 's from health eo I could do my bouscwork: we now have a littlo one. ail of which I owe to Lydla . Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." Mrs. O. S. Johnson, R. No- - 8, Ellensburg, Wash. There are women everywhere who long for children in their homes yet are denied this happiness on account of 1 improved In It brought relief mv troubles. . somo functional disorder which in most cases would readily yield to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Such women should not give up hope until they have given this wonderful medicine a trial, and for special advice write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Moss. The result of 40 years experience is at your service. UNCLE SAM a SCRAP chew in PLUG form MOIST & FRESH Banner Lye use easy toand con. aafely economical- eked eo not a bit clean and dlilnfeeta ily as Ilnnner I.ye. It dnrlcas and eolorle: 14ml dlelnfectant the L'ae It (or cleaning (,r dairy, milk-pan- s the water, and nc will be cut In Hltchen urease, 'ne- - or larro 10. cent can ot SO.VX of 'da belt fcmcnts, Tissues, ons. Sore-n- r Strains; free, for mankind iu uiies, cuts, woundi, ",tr olIerTYeini or plaidi. It u. 'heafll iothei. 51.25 a bottle at drue- guti or postpaid. Will tell you more if you write. . Made in the U. S. A by W.F.YOUNG.P.O ook i, allays pain, ovc the hair ot J2.50 a bottle 1 R. F..JIOTiltSL,Sorlno!leU.Jli:. The Main Point. found nujbody to produce Ills play?" "No, He's still living In hopes." "If lie win keep his Inndlnily In tlint frnnio of mind, well nnd pood." "Hns Scrlbson AS YOUNG AS YOUR KIDNEYS . The secret of youth is ELIMINATION OP I'OISONS from jour body. This done, you can lire to be a hundred and enjoy the Rood things of life with as much "pep" as you did when in the springtime of youth. Keep your body in Rood condition, that's the secret. Vetch the kidneys. They filter and purify the blood, all of which blood passes through them once every three minutes. Keep them clean and in proper working condition and you have nothing to fear. Drivo the poisonous wastes and deadly uric acid accumulations from your system. Toko !OI.D MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules and you will altvsys be in good condition, You trill feel strong and vigorous, with steady nerves nnd elastic muscles. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules are imported direct from the laboratories at Haarlem, Holland. They ore a reliable remedy which has been used by the sturdy Dutch for over 200 years, and baa helped them to develop into ono ot the strongest and hearthlest races of the world. Get them from your druggist Do not talcs a substitute. Ia scaled packages Adv. three sls. Costly Knowledge. Culler It's a good thing to tench your boy Hie value of money, ns you aro doing. He Hostess Well, I don't know. tiM'd to behave for ten cents, hut now he demands a Quarter. Hoston Evening Transcript. Cutleura Soothes Baby Hashes. That itch and burn with hot baths of Cutleura Soap followed by gentle anointings of Cutleura Ointment. Nothing better, purer sweeter, especially If a little of the rrngiant Cutleura Talcum Is dusted on at the finish. 25c each everywhere. Adv. Difference. "Do you know if It Is true that Jones' son became an nctor" "No, I don't. All I know is that he went on tho stage." A f Examine carefully every bottle ox CASTOltIA, that famous old remedy for Infants and children, and see that it Dears the (Signature of in Use for Over SO Yeurs. Chili rcn Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Type. Important to Mothers "Nothing that you do not already know, monsieur' she, flashed out wiUt spirit. "My (father camp here, long Copyright W. O. Chapman aco, n polKrrcat fugitive, In danger of but It wns not my Jacqueline. It denth. You kricw thls.jnnd you plnycd might have been Jacqueline's grand- upon his fenrs. You idralncd him of "FOR MY SAKEl" mother when she wns a: .glrl-thl- s his Inst pennry, nnd lhcn offered" him linnrhtv brlln with her lllcll walstnnd tcn thousnndllbllars to gamble with I'ruI Hewlett, loitering nt night I side curls nnd her flounced skirt nnd' In Quebec, telling hlni' of tho delights In Madison square, New York, l ..i i . ,, approached by an Keklmo doc. lie of tho city nnd promising him Immuty pspeci ot com reconmn""" follows the dos to a gambllnn house did not stir ns I npproached her nity," tho girl wcn(t on remorselessly. She nnd meets the nnlmal's mistress but stood still, framed In tho doorway, "And for this he wns to nsslgn his coming out with a large amount of money, fiho Is beautiful and In dls. looking nt mc ns though I were un property to Touis, thinking, of course, tress and lio follows her. After unwelcome stranger. My outstretched that he could soon make his fortune protecting her from two assailants M at the tnbles. And Louis wns to marry iirms fell to mv jsldcs. he takes her In charge, nnd puts "Jacqueline I" I tried. "It is I, Paul) Sjc, and Irr turn sell the seigniory to her In his own rooms for the rest ot tho night. Ho returns a little on. And so I married Louis under You know me, Jacqueline?" later to nnd a murdered man In Jucqucllne Incllrted her head. "Oh, thrent of drtath to my father. his rooms nnd Jacqueline dazed, yes; I know you, mopsleur," she anwith her memory cone, lte decides "Oh, yes, .monsieur, the plnn was to protect Jacqueline, gets rid ot swered. "Why havo you come here?" simple nnd well devised. And I knew the body and prepares to take her "To save you, Jacqueline 1" nothing of it. Hut Louis d'Epernay to Quebec In n search for her She made me n mocking courtesy. blurted It nil out to mo upon our home. Simon Leroux, searching for purmon- wedding night. I think tho Bhnrao of Jacqueline for some unfriendly "I nm Infinitely obliged to you, pose, finds them, but Hewlett sieur, for your good will," she said; knowing thnt I had been sold to him evades him. Hewlett calls the girl "but I do not need your nid. I nm unhinged my mind, for I ran out Into his sister. In Quebec he learns that she Is the daughter of a recluse with friends now, M. M. Pnull" the snows. ' In the wilds, Charles Duchalne. "Do you wnnt to see me, Jacque"Now you know nil, monsieur, for 1 Tere Antolne tells Hewlett Jacwatching her through remember nothing morp until I found line?" I asked, queline Is married and tries to take a whirling fog. her away. Jacqueline Is spirited myself traveling back with M. Hewrtwny and Hewlett Is knocked out, "No, monsieur," she nnswercd chillett in the slclgh. You say I wns In both escape nnd arrive at St. Bonilingly. "No, monsieur I" On their sled Journey to face. Now York. Well, I do not remem"Do you wish me to go?" Chateau Duchalne their dogs are ber It. poisoned, and Hewlett goes She said nothing, nnd I walked un"And" as for Louis d'Epernay, I know Jacqueline recovers her steadily toward the door. tSho fol- nothing of him but I will die before memory and leaves Hewlett. Pere lowed rac slowly. I went but of the he claims me ns his wife I" Antolne rescues Hewlett from death In the snow. He says Jacqueline Is room nnd pulled the door .to behind And then I had the Measure of Lethe wife of IOUls d'Epernay, mc. I knew thnt after it had closed nephew of Charles Duchalne. Hewroux. JIo laughed nnd ho beat down again. I. should never see Jacqueline lett makes his way to Chateau her scorn with scorn. Duchalne. She opened it nnd stood confronting "You have underestimated your me, and then burst Into a flood of im"Since price, mndnme," he .sneered. passioned speech. CHAPTER XII Continued. so much I will tell "Why have you followed me here you have learned 10 "Arc you more. You have cost me twepty I turned linek and followed the cor- to persecute me?" she cried. am "help- thousand dollars, and not ten; for beridor In the right nnd enme to n little you under the Illusion that I sides Hit; ten thou? Jul paid to your hull toward the rear of the building, less? Do you think the friends' who father Louis got t "i thousand nlso, lleyond me wns :in open door, and be- rescued me from you have forgotten npon the signing of'ltc marriage conhind It I snw the dull glow of a stove thnt you exist? You took advnntage I do not want to tract. So swallow Hlit, and be proud of my helplessness. It lient. nnd felt of being priced so high I And the I npprnnrheil cautiously mid looked see you. I hate you I" am "You told me thnt you loved me, seigniory Is olreadi' his, and I In. you, Jncquellnc," I an- waiting for him to feturn nnd sen me Focing me, above a cracked and an- nnd I believed twenty-liv- e thoutho ground rights cient mirror, were two rusty broad- swered miserably, watching the color sand more, nnd If I know Louis swords, nnd in the mirror I saw n flame Into her lovely face. And I d'Epernay ho will not wnlt very long large oaken tnlilo reflected. Seated nt could see she remembered that. "When I was 111 you used mo for to get Ills fingers round it." It, clothed In n 'endbiiro coat of very "Listen to mc, Simon Leroux." said your base schemes," she went on with v an old man with ancient fashion, ns e long, linir nnd n white, cutting emphasis. "And you you fol- Jucquelimc, standing tip before him, In spirit ns he. "All your forked heard. He was busily transfer- lowed mc here. Have you not hnd indomltnMe ring h stock of gold pieces from Ills money enough? Do you wnnt more?" nlnts nnd schemes mean nothing to 1 seized her by the wrists. Thus I me. My only aim l); to take my futher right to his left side; und then he began scribbling on n sheet of paper, ne held her nt arm's length, und iny fin- away from here, from you nntj 31. you "hmngle jover jxiid me not the .smallest attention us gers tightened until I saw the flesh d'Epernny, nnd let your spoil. There aro more than entered. wolves, M.- - Lerous; therefore I peiceived ilmt the top of the tnble human ones, nnd, like tho qthors. as very curiously designed. It was when food Is scarce "fntfy prey upon marked off with Mjuaresjnnd columns, each other." and In each square were figures In your splrltl" ex"Pnrdieu, I black and red. Upon one end of the claimed Simon, i taring nt her with tnble nt which the old man snt wns n frank ndmlrntlon.. circular affair of very And Jacqueline head dropped then. once delitenlc. It resembled Unwittingly Simon hnd pierced her cately inlaid with penrl. Hut now defenses. most of the inlay hud disappeared, But he never know, for before he leaving unsightly holes. had time to know the grnyboard roso At the bottom of the cup were n i upon his feet nnd rubbed his thin number of metallic compartments, and hands together, chuckling. the whole Interior portion was revolv"Never mind yotir money, Simon," ing slowly nt a turn of Ihe old mun'M J flng'-r.s- . he said. "I'm going to be richer thnn any of you. D;. you know what I did The ball stopped nnd settled In one with that ten thousand? I gave It to of the compartments, and Ihe old man my little daughter, nnd she lias gone took a goldpiece from one of the pour. res on the tnble. transferred n to Now York to poke our fortunes nt Mr. Daly's gaming house. No, there little pile of gold from his right side exclaimed. "She i she is !" he suddenly to his left, and Jotted down some tig- ' j has come back 1" , ures upon his paper. And suddenly I wns uwnre of nn Leroux wheeled rouad and looked abysmal rage that filled me. It seemed from one to the other: like an uboinlnable dream. I hnd en"Dlnblel So that vat the purpose dured so much for'.Tncquellne, to find of your visit to New York?" he asked myrelf iuiiiicshcd In such things in the tho girl. "So you have not quite forgotten thnt. madame I Where Is the end. I stepped forward and swept money?" the entire heap of gold into the center of tin- - table. Jacqueline's Hps quivered. I saw "Why "M. Duchalne !" I shouted. her glance Invo'.untnrlly townrd the 'She Gasped. "Monsieur!" are you playing the fool here when door behind which T was standing. your daughter is suffering persecuAnd suddenly tho last phase of tha grow white beneath them. The Intention ?" sity of my rage beat hers down and problem became clear to me, Jacque The old mun seenud to be aware of made It u puny thing. line thought I had robbed her. He my presence for the first lime. I stepped from behind the door and "Jacqueline I Only a few nights ngo looked up at me out of ills, mild old you said you loved me ; that you would faced Leroux. "I have that money," eyes nnd shook his head In apparent never send me away until I wished to I said curtly. perplexity. I saw his face turn white. He stag' go. What is It that hns happened to gercd back, nnd then, with a bull's bel "You nte welcome, monsieur," he chnnge you so, Jacqueline?" sad, half rising with a courtly nlr. "Do I had her In my arras. She strug- low, rushed nt me, bis heavy fists you wish to stake a few pieces In n gled fiercely and I let her go. aloft. game with me'" But ho stopped short when ho saw "How dare yon, monsieur I" sho He gathered up n handful of the panted. "Go nt once, or I shall call my automatic pistol pointing at his coins and pushed lhcni toward me. chest. And ho saw In my faco that I for oidl" "You see, monsieur, I have ft sySo I went Into the passage. But be-f- was ready to shoot to kill. "You thief you spy you breach stemat least I nearly linve a system," I reached the end of the little hall he went on eagerly. "Hut It may uot Jacqueline enrac running back to me, crous hound. I'll murder you!" ha Come. You be so good ns yours. "Monsieur!" she gasped. "SI. Panll roared. shall lie the banker and see It you can For the sake of of what I onco The dotard, who had been looking win my nionoy from me. Hut we shall thought you, I do not want you to be at me, came forward. return the Makes nfterwnrd." "No. no, I won't have him mur seen. You are In dreadful danger. "M. Duchalne!" I shouted In his ear. Come back I" dered. Simon," he protested, laying a "Where Is your daughter?" "No, Mine. d'Epernay," I answered, trembling hand on Leroux's shoulder. "My daughter!" he repented in mild and she winced again, ns though I had "He has almost as good a roulette surprise. "Ah. yea; she hns gone to struck her ucross the face. system as I have." New York to mako our fortune with "For my sake," she pleaded, catchmontho system. Hut make your play, ing at my arm, and nt that moment I sieur." Hewlett is forced to leave heard a door slam underneath and In desperation I thrust u goldplccu heavy footsteps begin slowly to ascend the chateau and begins new upou one of the numbers nt the head the stairs. adventures. ol u column. The wheel stopped, and "No, madame," I answered, trying tho ball rolled Into one of Its com- to release my nrm from her clasp. partments. The old man thrust sev"Then for the sake of onr love, (TO HE CONTINUED.) eral gold pieces toward me. she gasped. won Pnull" I staked again and again nnd me back Into A Great Man. I suffered her to lead every lime. Within five minutes tho tho room. As. she drew me back and A great man Is be who chooses the wholo henp of gold pieces lay nt my closed the door behind us I heard tho right In Invincible resolution, who reside. footsteps pause und turn along the sists tho sorest temptations from withThf dotard looked at me with an ex- corridor. in and without, who bears the heaviest of Imbecile terror. pression I knew that heavy gait as well as burdens cheerfully, who Is calmest In will give them back to tner" though I already saw Leroux's bard "You storms and most fearless under he nleaded. frowns, whose reliance on truth, on face before my eyes. I thrust the heap of coins toward The room was completely dark. I virtue, on God. Is most unfaltering. I him. 'Now, M. Duchalne," I said; "In beard Leroux tramp In and Us voice believe this grtataeM to be most comreturn for theso you will conduct me mingling with tho click-clicot the mon among tho multitude, whose to Mile. Jacqueline." names are never beard. W. B. Chaa-nlnball in the rouette wheel. "I am here, monsieur," unswered a "Who U here?" he demanded. 1 volco at the door, nnd I whirled, to see "I am," answered Jacqueline. Jacqueline confronting me. Ancient Craft "Maudlt I" be burst out explosively. battleship." "Where Is d'KpernayT I am tired of 'That's a CHAPTER XIII. waiting for biml" "It was bBllt tea years ag." "I have told you many times that "Ah I Comparatively modern." Some Plain Speaking. Jacqueline. "I should say not I Naval etlmi I took Hireo steps toward her and I do not know," answered "How long will you keep up UtU call It a 'preklsierle tab.'" stood still. Vvr this was Jacqueline, I snow-blin- jictor Rousseau River swered Jacqueline. "After my father hnd turned M. Louis d'Epernay out of rtKV. p. n, fitzwatkh, d. d.. his home, whither .he hnd'como to beg ntMe In u Mooar of money to pny his Rambling debts, yon Dlblo institute ot Chlcsro.) brought him bock. You made my fa- (CoprrUM. nit, wtitcrn Nw.rPr Unlaw) ther tnke him back. in. Ho wanted to mnrry me. Hut I Tofused. because I LESSON FOR SEPTEMBER 7 hnd no lovo for him. lint you Insisted I should marry him. because he had gained you the entrance to the seign- PARABLES OF THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN. iory nnd helped you to acquire your power over my father." LESSON TKXT Matt. 13:JI-"Grfn,'' growled Ccroar, idling ht TBXT-Se- ek ye nrst ths OOI.DKN lenrn some- kingdom of Ood and his righteousness. llp. 'Tcrhnps I shall that I remember nothing?" Lcmix, why tvlll you not an- SJNMfSdlOOL ty Tchr BELCHING Tamous French Lesson Bna-lU- h SJallKliJ.M discovery Caused by Acid-Stoma- ch the wens'Mfnl Let KATONIC, . ou qoKrtcVfik stomach .rmdr,, Indlrftatlan! U)&lrL cimr tomtch. htir.Kurri JrYwl Attltr ItTrUCTl tlllMl rivm x replaces nerve wastage. Increases slrentih energy. endurance, a builds Itrm healihy lies .le kBEST THING KNOWN FOR, thing." ntf our king. riUMAIlY JUNIOIl TOPIC A message of the klnr. INTERMEDIATE TOPIC-T- he arowth ef the kingdom. TOPIC-Obeyl- Matt. :33. extent of ,tji I. BENIOK vCNt? .ADULT kingdom. of TOriC-T- he Th'eParable the Mustard Seed mainly occupy our nt- tcntldn .ln this parable: 1. Its unimportant beginning. It begins as the Jeast of nit seeds and grows to be the greatest among herbs. The king wns of ordinary parentage nnd humble circumstances. lie selected unlettered fishermen ns his royal advisers. The prophet had said con urnnM be 'Mw. Mm linf h splsed," "rejected," "forsaken,1 cut off" nnd as "hnvlng nothing." 2. Its vigorous growth. From thco small beginnings Christ's Influence has gone forth so that there Is no power or Influence equal In grcntness to thnt of Christendom. 3. Its lodging capacity. The birds which find lodgment In the tree do not represent the children of men who find safety and salvation In tho church. The birds constitute no part of the tree, while the believer becomes a part of the tree, adding to Its strength nnd fruttfulness. The birds arc something foreign to the tree, and are burdensome and Injurious to It. They come to find shelter and wnlt to pluck off the tender bud, or to prey upon the ripened fruit. The effect of their lodging Ir. '.he tree Is evil nnd blighting. In Christ's Interpretation (v. 10) he said that the fowls represent the wicked ones. He who would make the lodgers here anything else makes Christ's Interpretation a farce. The same Greek word Is used In botli :ases, and the circumstances aru the same. II. The Parable of the Leavened Meal (v. 33). Three things mainly occupy our attention here: the meal, the woman, and tho lenven. J. The meal. Mml hus a whole some and nutritious effect. It wns r offerused in one of the ings which wns typical of Christ (Lev, 2:1-It. V.); It was food for the It. V.) ; Abraham priests (Lev. 0:15-1hnd Snrali to knead a cake out of three measures of meal for the angelic messengers of the Lord (Gen., 13:0); Solomon's royal table was provided with meal (I King" 4 :2) ; Elijah was ieu upon a coko maae oi meat tn Kings 4:41); Kllslm used meal as an antidote for tho poison of deatfi from the pot (II Kings 4:38-412. The woman. In scripture we fii.d false doctrine being taught by woman (Itqv. 220). Dealing with doctrine is forbidden to women (I Tim. 2:12). In I Tim. 4:13; II Tim 2:17, 18; II Peter 2:1-3- , we And thnt the apostasy will he hrought In through false teaching within the ranks of God's people. The mennlrtg. then, of the parable Is that the true doctrine, the meal given for the nour Ishraeut of the children of the kingdom (II Peter 2:2, I Tim. 4:0), will bo officially corrupted by false doctrine, Woman Is n type of the church In The church Is hiding Rome sense. away false doctrine, nnd Its corrupt Ing effects are seen on every hand. 3. The lenven. In scripture leaven Is invariably a type of evil. (1) All through the Old Testament lenven Is a continual and unvarying type ot evil (Ex. 12:15; Lev. 2:11). It Is in conceivable that Jesus should arbl trarily change, without due notice and explanation, a word from nn evil to a good sense, which the Spirit of God had sd unchangingly used for two thousand years. (2) Jesus him self makes leaven to denote sin (Matt. 10:0. 12; Mark 8:15). (3) Paul uses leaven In Its usual biblical sense (I Gal. 5:8, 0). Further, this Cor. 5:0-8- ; Is the only interpretation that will harmonize with Christ's Interpreta Facts tlon of the first two parables. pntcnt to all prove that the professed church today Is feeding upon the leaven of formalism and legalism in' stead of tho unleavened bread of sin cerlty nnd truth the Word of God. III. The Parable of the Hid Treas ure (V. 44) IV. The Parable of the Merchant man Seeking Pearls (r. 45, 40). V. The Parable of the Drag Net (v. sweet-savou3 7 ). (v. ai, 32). Th.reo thing Willing Enough. "Suhhuhs, why don't you moke a garden?" An Irldh Philosopher, "I'm willing, If you'll tell I Mrs4 Casey An' phwot nre ycz doln can grow with a tin can substratum wld thot Incomd tnx paper, Casey? Casey Ol'm tthryin' to flgger out and nshes for n top srti." Louisville . how much money OI snvo by not hnv- Courier Journal. .. In' 'anny. Life, The avcrnge'fiipn Is to ho seen everywhere except In the ralrfor. Expiainea. I!owcll--IIo- w did your money tako alio ability to say "no" is the real wings? secret of success. rowel! I put It Into an airship. nhnt - whicn tDotu mm pcopit om ivi in nn wsv nr ftnntn . un writes taw "ntfnr lliina I EATONIG I conld net eat a bite wlthoiU etcMnr It rlsht up. soar haVe not bad e .bit of trouble and bluer. since the Brat aitat." ef Mtlllona are Victim without knnwinrl it. Thv ere waak end ' e, --it altlnc. have poor dictation, bodice Improp-- i W may eat heart j tJJ although-tn- r crlf. nourlihcd I ir. 1 1 r T , nunrn.r. .r. I n.lj w enecM.ttomach k nctleeted. Clrrhorle ef. the liver. Inteatlaal conscatlon, csatriu catarrL nt the etomeeh thue are oni; tew ot the many allmente often bauieu A aufterer from Catarrh of tha Stomach-o11 yeara" atandlnf wrltae: "I had catarrh f the atomach fo- - 11 lonK year and I never found anything to do me any "? KATONIC It relie- f- unt" 1 la a rromierim rtmeay ana k no nut mm . be without It." If yon are hot feellne quite rlcht lack energy and enthualaam and don't know JSt where to loctte the trouble try FATONIU and aea how much better you will feel la every way. . At ell drur atoree a bl" bo for ISc an your money back If yoa are not satlsfled. m ud FATONIC m r'rrl VAMD iirxrCkrvtwi Cr&i OWN YOUR AWN either vritd cat or Iexae Production A few hundred dol PIL LEAX ly will uln lit. Nf J. F. MAR Leane I t 304BurlbunettO ' The from oil Inveatmenu No chanc; to sore lo. afl dlvldendi. or more about Tezaa oil reunerlei, write .h- d. i.,i.. to aa 1W dlvldenOj nii rrnnenea aynnall;. nr Ufor-matlo-n UNION TMUIT tu.(5wh. V Cleveland City Ho1 School for Nim CIEVCLAND, OHIO Hff.M nnlnnn nnrtortnnltta fur Ktnn hour system. Registered. Modern Home. S years courte. Theorem p prsctlcal class work. For lnfonnatu...?-tthe Saperlntendeat ol Nurses. nr. ( ., ' Choice bits of veal, creamery butter and fresh C(jgs combine with other tempting inercdients to give Libby's Vea! Loaf its delicate, appetizing flavor. Oracjr a package from your crocer today. Owning approxlni&tlr 00,000 acre of lea in 25 Texas eountiMT A romtmsr that ' paid oretWO per cent dlrldends Id tleri montbi. .Mtof bank referencei. Yitlf no ODiigauoos. Libby, M9Ncill & Libby, Chicago iLIBCrtTY arTnOLBUM CO.rryrr fr snow-whit- tour-legge- d , - liy dark-woo- d -- Revenge ot a Reporter, Concrete Piling Bes. Clear Youv Skin Doctor Gore, tho retired bishop of An English Inventor's Interlocking concrete piling, Is said to bel stronger Oxford, has been one of the numerous While YonSIeGni British victims of the American re thnn sheet piling made of wood. porter. During n visit to tho Amerl can Episcopal church some years ngo, SWAMP-ROO- T AUdruealitaiBoapX.OtntmentS&saill he wns besieged In n "city" of the Sample each free of "Caunra, 9v 1,11 wild West by n horde of pressmen, who demanded his views of AILMENTS various topical subjects, hut he de- W. N. U., clined to be drawn. Thus 'If! fhe next morning n purely fictitious There Is only one medicine thht really While In a eeCj appeared In a local paper as a medicine for Interview itands. out sir Kt curable ailments of the kidntftv $ver snd glv',12 nt grent length "tnrtllng opln recent ' bladder. tonft lie was aliped to V ld on various trans IKirt clinln! it.,fn. i stainds the topics. Including some highly spiced Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t highest for the reason that it has proven personal criticisms, on local politicians writer tappers: to be just the remedy needed in thousands opposed to the "Isn't It terriblc3 papotevji, upon thousands of distressing cases. This work nf ImnelnilnohtViwas II work tlieso dnysTy Swamp-Roo- t makes friends quickly be"Itnther! WliyX' cause its mild and immediate effect is soon lustratcd by an enormous' i&IjjLtWjpots ters .vesterdnj"-l'nr- y realized in most cases. It is j a gentle, iauicu ip ueinng io inc ulHraajf 4 -- j '4...M'iTulf healing vegetable compound, jmy pritcH n'cath the boots' was' n IIIielouTTp? d Start treatment at once. Sbld at all Are these feet or yanls?" ttfmloftljucr'Uv i two rtaes, medidrug stores in bottles of Chronicle. large. ) um and Tor apeedV However, if you wish to teste this great fir0j laOno done on ry-Dead Shot" peworm. Adv. Wonderful Persian Shawl. . will clean out Mn i nrinr.ition and ten cents to Dr. Kilmer Mrs. Ilernnrd E. Grace, a collector N. Y., fir a sample tCojJlinghamton, be sure and men Louis, submitted n rare Per Glait Apricot Tree. sTrlnfshnwI nt the New York Metropol On the Miilr fruit rnncli, between tion this paper. Adr, The owner had traced Van XuysJiind Lnnkershlni. Is the Calling the Turn, Its history back 1C3 years. The shawl largest apWtot tree In the world. In orrespond- - Is eleven feet by four feet, worked In the oplnl(f of J. W. Grlmts, a said War , "In our anny n ent George Pntullo, "It doisn't pay to long flowing designs of the palm leaf figure In Ihe fruit Industry, who pull the long now nnd the River of Life with the stories Inspected the arboreal giant last week, "I once heard n cnpthln scold a of the mosques. The predominating the Los Angeles Times said recently. doughboy for pottering too long over oclors- - nre mellowed garnets and It Is thlrly-llv- e years old. his meals. LVowm with nlternntlng sheens of steel The rree, measured by Mr. Grim "'Why, when I wns (on the1 west gray and rusty brown. A Wnshlngton and G. A. Iliiffnker. was found .le-coast,' said the coptoln,. 'J had to hunt expert to whom the shawl was shown fifty-found n half Indies In dram my breakfast In tho Juggle. Out I'd said its make-uprobably represented ference nt a point two and n half feet start every morning, and I'd penetrate the lifetime of thp weavers. from the ground. It Is twenty five several miles Into tho wilderness, shoot ffethlgh. Mr. Grimes Is said to have it, and be reray.food, skin it, cook it, eat vlsltc almost every As an Alternative. back in camp again Inside of half an very young, but she gion 1. California and hus made a spe-She was not hour? , clul study of apricots. had money. "Ho paused Impressively, then he "Dearest," lie began, but she I added: Already Occupied. . stopped him. " 'Of course you've heard of the west Hnrold and his mother had been on "I anticipate what you are about to coast?' say, Mr. Sampson." she said, "nnd I a Journey nnd on coming home stopped , r "Oh, yes, sir,' said the doughboy. would spare your feelings, for It can nt a hotel. When they bad retired came from there, never, never be. I esteem you highly they found the ied full of 'Baron Munchausen bedbnp" didn't he?'" They sunyoned thochBdlady J nnd will be n sister "I have four sisters already," he re- nsked her Lor iinothlSrooni, wlj Warmlnt) Up. plied bitterly, "four grown sisters nnd upon shf lild: "Why, I didn't "Well, senator, nre you feeling the life Is a hideous burden, nut, oh, tiiero wij slngle bedbug here."y public pulse these days?" "they's all marcy Clare," he went on passionately, "If replied myself to do you cannot be my wife, will you not "I don't have to has got Iamllles." Chicago AM thnt," replied Senator Twobble. "I'm give me a home and n mother's profrom my con- tective love? I am an orphan." Pearswamped with telegf-nmInnooence. stituents every day and Judging from son's Weekly. It vas Mr , loungbrlfl" way most, of those messages read the nerlenco .in mtictlng4 . . tho public's pulse Is considerably .1 i .i Our Iden of n pleasing conversation-nlls- t como sne wiitet.1"0 uviu&sb. Birmingham possesses tho faculty Is ono who "In vnrlfMs sljss, 'inn'am.' "Then iy'e. uo a pair of of making a long story short. If It were not fqr the easy marks In the gloves I wear." That this world there wouldn't be so much BosUv Kveiilfg Transcript, Some men just can't foot a bill with"doing." out kicking. th n (For a detailed study of the last An English Inventor's Interlocking Getting up n concert Is n sound un- girl that her favorite young man Is nr three parables see tho IlevJew for Sep concrete piling Js said to bo stronger an nngel Is to let her mnrry him. ' dertaking. tember 28.) than sheet piling made of wood. i FOR copy-huntin- g KIDNEY CINCf"' SK '.' -- if rr p fruit-growin- g V , v i to" oold, s A - . Age-IIeral- Is'sUoof id c- - V ' Consideration of the Morrow. Calm and prudent consideration ot the morrow, so far from being a sin. Is one of the very first Christian da ties, and is so taught by the Holy Ghost In the New Testament; where people are especially enjoined to labor, work' lng with their hands tho thing which Is good, that they may have to glv to him that needeth. Keble. Healing and Health. Divine healing Is for tho sinner. Di vine health Is for the saint. One heals aad the other keeps the healed weJL i ... 25 Cents will buy a big package of M ' V:. W. ' -- I'll. I X1SM.. k g. "What do you consider the most diffl cult feat In the world?" "Well there may be things harder than proving to your wife that she ta extravagant, but I don't know what they as are."--Lond- World's Most Difficult Feat M on Answera g BuslntM Is Buslneae. Society LurcherI say, old chap, why doesn't your Arm pay larcer sal POSTUM w t at II m. arles? Business Mas tt Well. It's set of the staff are uslveralty aecee-HrTBi)- graduate. mm m mmw mm. mm w mr AT mmi. mm v mr i. 111 A Lena; Time. JURY the only one to appear of six prospec- cause. Bad for the ptabttlC ta the aura "Haw leeg sfeeuld a bulb keep Ma tive Jurors whoso names were drawn Ot f8.18. Karl J, llarr, lerettaa." U arm arMt4 a tirl, ds ye tWkJ'' Mk on Record to try a suit for damages-- )arr was lisHle Has First Ca over n omnll type." Cleveland Tress. 4 the awee yewtr tBWg. "Flu" DetmitM the properly examined uttd passed for Oflo Man Brine Where "OftM be haars Ma wrlet . Brwaete. PeraeiH. WhK her cause by both tMea, and neither In Verdlet. seem to Ut Ma Borne finished orators exhaus44 ay f the possible frea the Cesgo say (feat ty4uMi lev aeftke." rapHed the yewg m know when to quit, MuefiMt has played haw 40e tb, M.1 Om-Mstreet cars now peremptory chaHeegeev gattle , to "Wky. wrist watebM 4w't sub-uaobe-ea- n tew mmtfmm wnim wro Several witMMea were examined, wywHttwMi Bases Belfeeees Ss4kas Mi wHbout eewaMt, k(v) oral !truct!oH the terie. Uw vWaaa have lt(Keiy ware mm tfeaa a theory wheii a&d after gtataa "Qt ,atM at"r-YiBh- srt 3f1a(uSlkS . -to probably joatlce allowed the Jwy tq retire u$ tb vnt Mtdaat, .tart i r rv .faL.? JM they Tire. Siuu Mb. w H ftret mhhm MlWeate ypea lt verdict, i r mm Bfira, H Saml fcrfcawd, ll Mwrr tutes 'aad " jaw" w InflasMd axOsswutaW. the ewt CJ. tnnjsni. lb tomtm ujaawsr-i itt. in Cholla TRIAL "I can rend Cliolly like a look." "You're foolUh to sirolii your eyes d'-n- 't WITH ONE-MA- N Ce. -- weighing over e-- mm rt - ... paying ..''? liyhat are yoigi for. - a- - pomid, net. I Ill in Win r - W.jPM III ffX ' T' 7 at Ml. OWlNfiSVlLLE OflTLOOK Published Weekly, OWING8VILLE, KY. According to net of Con ... ... t , mo uwingsvuie, ivy., i i eSce as Bccond'clnsfl mailer. subscription THE OUTLOOK'S 'file red frw, ai One ov rates are ns follows Six raonths ................ (Seventy cents ...............forty cents Three months 1 yar ......................I.. $1.25 0. B. THOMPSON, T nutnn(vtl!f . - Kentucky. Ht HrfDAY, SEI'TKMBER 4, 1010. 3TATE DEMOCRATIC TIUKtl For Governor James D. Black, of A' 17 one belaid: p. County tJtiurt Day, rocctl It) oltcf for pale Al public iirt of Appeals r motion to the highest nnd best ' f Elkton. x fdf Ooinjilyiiilf Hiill flic HcW Iftw nt Die front door of tile Cillirl Henry F. Tur- Iouso in Owingsi'llle-- , Uiith Couhlj durillg the past yertr rthtl fof Ihc dcsisi-ibt-courtesy tlidl lliey nfe showing me XcntUcsyv Ihc fiUhlwiHg Jones, -J- as. this year1 by bdhiing ih So pfohiptly to Topcrty, ll ot land lying in Hath coun- give ih their1 lisl. This will cnnblo mc A tract ' ty, ;Kcntucky, oh the waters of Bald to discharge thy oillciill duties. All this land is well fenced, practically all of the fencing being the famed Haggin 'Black' post and rail UPPER PRICKLY ASH MitMi Hcipcctfully your, 'Inrflc, beginning at ft stalk1 t'ornef type, l'rescnt fences will make nai property lines. (Delayed.) W. D. BAILEV, with George A, Wllllllej's Mint in Mra. Taylor I'urvis is very fick. A man on farms to show land to prospective buyers, Liberal terms made Tsnown on day of sale, Bath County Tax Commissioner, tnsi W. Hitllilt's lihe-- UieHt'is N. fi, Chnrles Cnrr, of Spencer, nml ais. further information see or write E. 2(1,2L mei Iw a slab in said Rat-'iftter Miss Funnie Cnrr, of Mt. Ster REAL- - ESTATE SbLfJ. Ime, thciicc 8. N. 01.1)4 1W ling, nittni. Wednesday to visit rclll- "oles to a Stake in L. M. Stono'i line, Psirt )f tile iillcrly df Miss Jen-ni- e ftive here nnd on Hoe's Run. Mr. lo n 'hence S. 10 W. 12.53 peh Iil'i'itt, ileSeased, sold Saturday Cnrr returned Sundny nnd Miss I Care 5. F. McCormfck Lumber Co., Lexington, Ry. stake corner with siWi?, ihchOe S. to the highest bidder. The 10ft ' will continue her visit several Or Bolivar Bond & Son, Auctioneers. E. 13.04 poles lo :l stnlw bonier nereis lit Ihc southern end if Slate lYi "vs. with Same, Ihchcc X. SS 12. 37.12 sold to BUi, Sorrcll for .?3,150; ry Ooodpnstcr accompanied liy jiblcs to the hegihning-14 Edgar Denton be light the lbt adjoin- , DorroU nnd Tom Boyd wen? to acres, 5 roods niid 21 po'B b". the ng his propcr'y tar $300; the dwell ";tinavillc Inst Mondny for a two-'.same more or less. ng hoiwo on Main Street occupied by treatment. The Amcrie'ah Red Cross will TERJIS: Sale will be mude on n irs. auco uawion nnd inmiiy was ; iss Elizabeth HatlilT, who ha". credit of six months, the purchaser bought by Mrs.lNellie Hedrick for ipend $1,800,000 in Siberia the Inst at home for two weeks with her 3,510. The b rk tore house on 'mlf of this year. ill be required to execute bond with ' C. S. Ratlifl nnd fife, re-- .Green-Sea- l Tbtri to $2,400 and approved security, payable to tho Mam street Tuesdny. Lovers of racing cannot afford to Master Commissioner for tho pur- '.aken down. of Ow-- 5 Pierce floodpaste niss the Lexington Trots, Scptcmbei chase price; said bond lo have the spent last week .with Mrs. :J to October 11. Thirty Day dt.sls of Credit. '. loodpastcr. force and effect of a replevin bohd ' Lyter lind bearing 0 per cent, interest from Owing to the fact that other Arms and wif und R. L. Comn and give us your order for day of sale until paid. Bidders will wholesale mid rctnll, with which we od wife visited K. S. Ilamil-wif- e ecd r.ve while wo have if. bo prepared to comply promptly with do btisiticBs nre m.M ug their basis or. Roe's Riio Jast GOODI'ASTKR & SCOTT these termi. ',9pal Hamilton Of credit 30 days wo arc compell i:ist ' : I 'n;nia, torn Logan, ed to do the snhitt. AH garage c 0. 0. EWiXG, Have received a car load of "ihad been vi.;t'.ii her un- couhts ni'a due the flrot of each milt ih barrels.Master Com'r Bath Circuit Court. ' House-ownemonllt, "VdI Oakley and know th"e WALTER YOUNG COAL CO, J. J. NESUITT, Ally, tor Plffs. ' A. S DENTON & SON. tnd experts- - ol eontinulH t returned Snt-- o mnncv for h.V Labor Day was observed moore's Kerry her brother in ton nnd CAhf OPTHANkS t .he rural route mail carricrt. ' Mr Sain Viilinm, of Mt. Uilnuetj Manna's Green ' IjIJt' Mrs. 0LVMPIA I'hillilw n.l ..liiU i wtsn n t'xpfe1; our Sincere tti.u Tjin Snedegar and Wife SpeHt fed to her property occasional! of Lexington, John Cnrpcnter in1 Mi wf Vt?Av?l.. tha:ik.ll) bi'r lieiglilidrs and friends Pony; Citrl rtnd Harness tor Fiiday at David Jobe: and will wife, of Mt. Sterling," Ed Carpenter lowh, Aid ahd Jielhel done away with to a lar Clark, of Salt Apply ut thi bhh'C'i M' Lebil All'hi'so'ri; wf has iieeh fori their kimlfy .'.Ueliuohs anil help er. visited their brother Riehatd Carien-- 1 Lick, are ht Bucts of relatives here H Ihdi-ahful ministrations .'ji lgli the lfJhg surface, if left to itself arid v for seVeral tuoatlis; retliKi-.- d ,jjd wife wlil move ler nna witc last week. Mr. illness and a the Kmcnid, of Rft'thwll, biir itfveti otie erly painted, is bound to decaV Forbes' Coffee for srtle ity honie last Vveek: ed by Mrs. TV". Frank Young nnd wife, of Owings-dll- spt-hA Mrs! CharleS Davis" imft of Inst week Villi her A wedding i.4 expefcte'd Sooii: ti. Cv mnoK, . or later, whereas a coat or twol wife, of nspent Sundny with Mrs. Sue George Swatlft atroUVi to .I'iiE F'iUHLY. G'eorgo, hhzor, Jr.; is iilioiii dbhe '. jieiffilR,'we?eP,fc at reasonable intervals will pre 'rl .. West Virginia to Joncsiind family. I tier Racing thut thrills at Lexington threshing for this season. nd aw- 5ipife Saturdayl to withstand all the We have Secured llic agency ftii Trots, fept. 29, to Qo(. 11. mrs. renix. Ben Warren lias been sawing . . f ..Ji vk SALT WELL .1 ravages ot time and " ns. ivi gangster anil sun 'umber for tobacco barns tho Inst the Maxwell and tudebakcr lines t daughter Mrs. Coburn I lam it of aiitnmbiiilcs, bu H Idrge rihd small aaer m wife, 'of Jcs,Mkmm9 tuit three Weeks. (Delayed.) O'.ti Erroi;. wet weather. Ualia left Tuesday tl. sit relatives Any one interested in cars will call Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jones, of Whitt j imPurcti ncre And called on old In the rcvrnlceiith iviitury niunn?st 's Her. Bailey twill preach at at- - Berry, Ky., and vl4f her sisters Oak, spent . one night last week with mend la i tlie. were lev next Sunday lit il o'ciock aHd and get catalogues and let us talk llpv.-- eimimou rrrnrs wlilr-Indiana and Illinois. I Mrs. Nr.tlie 'FiUih Was m Mt. Stt r was tli.1t n crj'Sinl was nothing S. T. Henderson and wife. to you about our lines. We will at Jones' Chil'pel lit tiigili. Ashl. d. visited fAHie Carter, of Inn lev Ktrouifly c('iii;iil(.(l; tlmt Mr. and Mrs. Will Boyd, ot Kan- ling Tuediy! ' Formula on Russcl Staton, who bus iieeti in carry nil repair parts in stock. itihis mother Mrs. A. J. ana kakee, 111, who have been the a tract clillM be Fot'lelied h.r I lie Mnod ( Mrs. Alglrt Chirk uhd liltlo Oatigh. Wisconsin for thirty days to gel a (JOOM'AHTEIt GARAGE family from Sunday tiii ' lay. of a gnat! llnil stin!:s rfvuiilil i.ii'.v live Every. Package ivu guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas ier ot Huntington, urn t hi truck returned home with ihe truck In rii!lillr.i afiii fttv stn'es: ihi.t i:ien . ... ' Reynolds returned home last Week. guests of Miss Lizzie 8wart.. I., rt "the past week. .uorew uarncgie in nis pje time welgficd iKiivleeMfad 1!i:mi alive: Hint PEBBLE v Misses Anna and Iva Reynolds, .Mrs. J. n. Hunter, son Paul anil There "was a pie supper at Polks-vill- e gave u way $350,000,000. In hiS will tlicre was n'n Mln'fliM' frefore tin Hood; Delayed.) Ella and Minnie Tapp nnd Miss Bar. grandson Randolph Jackson speii' he gave annuities of $10,000 a year nnd that tile flWf of (iftictK'is.dld not lust Saturday night, t Jfc & P. Snelli.it- frold a few aoirs In Bara Tapp, of Mt. Sterling, were the week m l with Mr. und Mis. L. i Mr. Ben Nichols, who hits been in each to Taft and Lloyd decay. The msf.iiicWfomft lel!ef one jsk .it 17 rents. SOLD BY displeasant guests of Mr. and .Mrs. B. Flanner ,u Freestone. fur moro than a year, return George and ffS.'ilOO a year to the would think It was iifU'ii frilly ) A Wir th, after a t. Enoch 'tie proved; yet Is a common' t!iM'tti-tlot- i White Sunday. JIr. Nell)-- . Fitch left Friday for ed ldst week. Ben looks well. widows of Gricr Clcvjland (now eks' t la relatives, ret in d that very feW people have sec'tf T, Kim?im)V(jj4 & Miss Frances Carpenter was the Stnub, Ky. t Miss Clara Staton, daughter of .Miv. Thiimat- Preston) and Tlicudoru s dead donkey and o tier nome at hweelser, Jnn 'rh:ip fewer n Some one is preparing ttt !iiVc Jot fjucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Tibbs Good-pastt. d Staton became ber.v ill last Sun- .11 dead peacock. I. MINI II These vulgn r errors week accompanied by her nice. U.S II Saturday night and Sunday. New Mexico coon. Wohdet4vlf.i it is j Ed Mtnton became very 111 Inst Sun- have all brrn substituted by others Irene Noodnrd. Miss Lenna Mrs. has .been L, H, Rutliir sold his farm on ns thai hlch wages brine ahmil Jy ' Mrs. Vida Pierce returned I her visiting Edd Anderson, who Goodpas-te- r speht the pasl Williams.'" df' liMliif,.. tllllL. her brother FV)unt week with'ji niid Hint the best way to pet grand $ Elmer Slaloit rtnd Johli PurvN Prickly Ali. iiImiu two mile north Jt L ; libmeitAlf xan'dria, Ind., last Tnurs. purems .ir. anil Mrs. uolU .Im:k.4o. came home the past w;k for il few of Owiiigsvlllcj SI iit're returned home Saturday. Consisting n llvlnit Is to go on strike very "'day-ai'tiu three week.-.- ' v-- i with Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Treadway and ievc Loyle tvns m Ashlnr.d days stilyi Tlley rclurnctl lU their of the lower jiilrl lit the ftt fill ill Ed Mad- iher t.undts Mr. and Mrs. last week. son James left Saturday for a visit jm. - or- ... ii iwork ill the Lee County Bi lie Us Henderson nt 35 all acre lihd the uip. one wui rii!ie oy to relatives and friends at WinchesMrs. Olive Jdckson Stull, who i Sunday, remainder about 81 acres Not Whit VdU Wl.b BUt Whst You Can T'liiiilp V.. r ... .. ter. leaching the Wtvto Sulphur school, lritrhost. No ollP Oil cr(li vrUt tltcnliiillslied On sell Mr. and Mrs. George Razor motor to Fletcher Crouch and George GudBririi-'Uns. S'.i-.nand chil-- t is spending th. week end with i'richd? ed to Mt, Sterling to the show last gell nt $145 an acre. fully and completely all his Iffe Ideals. ' ' m, f oi over ()!' stJlltli EAST FORK and relatives An old proverb snys. 'The king him re. Thursday. ! ve-her pnrj"s Mr. Several from ).r. attended the'eir, Omer Routt and wife spent from Arthur Pow'er" sold his house and self does only what fie can, not what Grant Tripled ntended he show lit 1 other Johj' . .''ii' ' " successful he wishes, Mt, Sterling last Thursday. Monday until with relatives cus at Mt. Bteil .g Thursdny. . lot till Slilte nvehllo Id Nathaniel men generally liven the most with them Vfo'ritcn days. carry about Mr, Kelly McGwire, of Jackson, Flciningsburg. Mnrkhitid ns the highest bidder for tn thefr Inmost hearts a secret und fkins Jost ljy it uY-- n good at Kept 'Em Down Rufus Emmons and wife wero Ky., was the guest of Miss Lizsii Mr. Power ahd family $1,510. fj mule. ( fufklhg sense of failure. Hut (bat Is death guests of George Hendrix and wife Swartz from SatuVdrf till Monday. "So you sent a dolluf for that ad- to leave Owingsvillo Sooh and fio rc.'moh wily one should ficcotue ies-.Mrs. hiizalipth Will. bs cntertuin-e- d vertised appliance to keep your gas will probably locate in Kansas, or slmfstlc ol- - Ills manner sarcastic nnd Saturday and Sunday. of W. e Friday evening in donor ot lur bills down. What did they send vou T Coorado. depressing. Many musicians and Mnndy Jane Vice continues poor vlsitii A. M. Itr M re. nephew Jessie CoyJ, of Ashland, teachers, esperlnlly lfiot,c wbo'fmve r "A paperweight," .ei hot always received (fiat recognition Ky., and the Missen Richardson, or 'file meetings conducted by Rev. .liarK Arrasmiin is in a serious visited from the public which they feel the jpf 9 Mt. Sterling. Clydo Darsic, pastor df the Mt. Ster- deserve, are duliii; untold fmnn to the Refreshments Preliminaries K vtn from condition threatened with the second tie. Wyes in Fleming :. served at 10 J0. All report a delightttroke of paralysis. "The bookkeeper Bompiuihs of ling Christian ChuH'L hro being" well cau.o of Ihefr tnusfenf art by their, 52-acr- e till Monday. sciutli is 'i Ira and Will Black and Will Crow ful time. pains in his stomach." ' attended and nearly every one has cnusfle and fkvslmlslfc spcecfies, which "J Mrs. Vesta H. Jackson spent Sur i '"nded the Ewing dlsfienrfeit thefr younger something favorable to say of tho fend fo "Ho doesn't look sick.' Fair last week SALT LIC 21 Olymixia, t ' day and Monday at Freestone., .Miss Ollie and George Arrasmith nnd ereft (fiefr ptlplls. "He doesn't claim to be sick today, ireacamg. i'.ltoiro. to Everett R or nnd timber,-- , I think he is laying n foundation to, '(neef-Misif Sherburne, wtre at the bedside of ' son, Ah Alma Wr 'li h brother Mark Arrasmith several The OwLigsville Rounders and the ward being sick next week." X mad dog was killed near only lived n short th . Different ClreuMitnc. five Salt Lick club pla.Md a game Mon-da- y Thursdny moniing and two ffi the past week. ttt,asWr H. Daughter, delightedly, to fier father Born, Aug. 31st tt The recent rains have made a lit Gen. Pershing sailed from Franco dogs that had been bitten by n mud "And did you really consent V Father on the latter's gj nr.ds which v Otto Razor and wife mte'Miss fdnu .V southimprovement in tho tobneco crop. resulted in a score of 0 to 2 in favor for America Sept. 1. dog killed in Owingsville the same "Consents I hnd tot The man demandI Fowler) n daughter. day. Many other dogs are supposed ed your hntnl lllio a highwayman hold. of Salt Lick. fairMr, .aha w, or Lexington, was in Ine up n. traveler! Conent? I believe, SHARPSBURG to hnvo been bitten. town 'tho past week. from the ay he looked and nctcd, hs Imrn .Mr R. E. Snapp, Feild Agent for Mr. Myne, of Charleston, visited" fltsti of Ohio. City of Toledo. HER AWAKE would have knocked me down If I Lucsi County, . FOR SALE. the M h. Church, gave a delightful Miss Puuline Morris Sunday. I" Dnughjcr: "Oh, It can't be I hadn't Chtntyinalu ooth that h Spotted mnre, weight ubout 1)00 You must hnvd been dreaming! Why. Miss ) Christine WhitconJi spent talk here Sunday morning. aoln Tte Terrible Paint ia Back and pounds. Absolutely safe for women when he proposed to me, he trembled A pie supper at tub Gudgell In lit City Hill C$f the week end with Misses Diisy und doz. forMldL tJA: ... ni:.. n:n so that he could scarcely speak, nnd i. school house Saturday night netted SLT?ie"0' cfu",' n H's'f and children to drive. Sides. Cardui Gave Relief. he looked so haggard and weak I had .1. KE.uti.va. icn ...11 ""'"1,i'"ui.uAita or Mrs, . B. Sewell, of Wii.h. !cr, the school about $50. S. 'i to hurry up and wy 'Yes' to keep him 7.:r,.E"0 01 arru thl cannot b Markjville, La.-Mrs. Henry Scheverel and children 'Irs. J. and chih ren an visiting Alice Johnson, from fainting " MEDICINE. FRANK J. bllKNKV. i'f Chicago, visited the family of Wm. oworn to Uforo me and tbcrlbed In of this place, writes: "For one yt I -- N. ( linpbell's. You can get from us coal, lumber, cow tripled for the past month. Mr, av.d Mrs. Thomas Claii nnd uifered with an awful misery In my back roofing, windows, doors, lime, sand, a Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Rutherford, of Aircraft Controlled From Ground. and sides. My left side was hurting m cement, fertilizer, tob'acco sticks, .V-Oklahoma Citv. are visiting friends .i "i4"". MMlclna la takn In- - ail the time. The misery was somcthlni brick. Let us tlguro with you. i For some time experiments have Knrfly Hurner. been carried out in various countries iwfuL iMn. wiite, or Winchester, teivis- - ind relatives here at present. A. H. DAWSON. with tho object .of controlling aircraft 1 could not do anything, not Mr. and Mrs. Cet.rgo Runkins, of CO., uf, friends here. even sleep ?.ENEy A 76c. TuUdO. O. from tho ground.. mhI a French ma"?W,lr all drui.i. M night. It kept me awake most of the Nell Clayton, of Morehca, is Geogetown, nnd Mr Ollie Forge and UaJl'a Family I'liu for coiwt.patla. Hay Maxoy .employed nt Htn ton's chine succeeded recently on a prenight I took different medicines, but laughter Glad.v , r, Cincinnati, vis Wm. Pierce nnd family. Gurage, hud the bone In his right scribed course with certain spcclfled nothing did me any good or relieved me I ttylr. and ilrs. Sterling Parkei i.id ited Mr. and Mri Rbbert Nixon tho arm shattered Mouday by an auto detours In covering distance of ISO V uaUt 1 took Cardui past week. ?oa, ,of Washington, D. C, and M Notice of Commlssloofrr's Sitting. kilometers (about 110 miles), sud In $90,000 V mobile w)iiclt he was cranking back I was not able to do any of my work Rev. T. Husscl LI' wen, pastor Mf d Mrs. Albert Parker, of Lex.i landing, when required, In certain firing. BATH CIRCUIT COUIti' for one year and I got worse all the time, fton, are visiting D. V. Lngrow and the Christian Church has resign! airdrome. A similar machine has been STAKES PKTs. was confined to my bed off and on. 1 eot his pastorate here and. will do soiib Jlinerva Woodard, etc., K.'fawiJy. The daylight stvlnjf liw has been dere4fed In the United States which, AND to bad with my back that when I stooped statement, can vs. aceertflng td ' Dr.. Claypoole, of Indiana, Is vis- - pecial work at Columbia University. repealed over the Preidcntt veto 'fraret Withouta recent seme 100 mlt PURSES pWot Hefts, down I was not able to straighten up and will go info J, Ilarkins Utterback and fomily, Charles Woodard, eta., Fiitiru: his son hero. effect in October. dose to a designated post and . L, Mm and Mrs. Ernest Kerchevul of Detroit, Mch., visited his parents Notice is hereby given that J will (gain . , . I decided I would lrv Cardui ) , ..i. i.i , . . Dy time I had taken the entire battle. i i i i iii'jcu, who imve ioeen uere lor Xr. and Mrs. W. D. U (r.ek the begin lay sittings in (be ubovo st'jct Borne tobacco hu been cut asd John Shell, ot' Leslie county, 131 case at iny- ol 's in Owingsville, Ken. i was letting pretty good and eeuM. housed in this vickfty, but wont Tfww Trafalgar. A. K. K. property in Vrai.cn to tfia mtMimiif with the latter parents, ;mst two weeks. liraUjMea up and my pains were neatly wm ."u 'e for their homo at Lexinir. tuekyon tin '1th day qf SepteMber, all gese. west fifht amount of four htwJrcd millioH dol- yeaM old, in hav'W (bo bifcKext time Tfaaatgiir wm t and.veiy grw-n- . rops ure, lata mA I fKtlfHt ch te lar him been od to tho KreBcb of hiK life as thn fciicht of the llli'iu OKU l', am, on the Iftfli I sliaM always praise 1919, and clo at MtMlaNf Cardui. I ma. Mtofy fit a'tMSWht m ) I day of Beptwuber, (Delayed.) to bo BaiJo In (Jrat VaV Aociatkwi ut LexitifftoM ifi. hmcry Ends and baby, of (loyoiimfRf. peri.wu unucd taking Jocu Boggs has bpliited k whIH 1 was skMg ad tif.i i wiwrir.v mm tb'ti wr v Ho U uiHpfd tt bo tlio UaMlIo, ure visiting Dr. uud Mrs. Ed Daugherty and Homer I), Gray huvkg claims ng mst the estat nt 5 bear leaAs iTTZ;. ZZ ofi weil." Ifyu sv.'Icr Uom pafM due to 8'uio Koud CaiuiKo .m wI ri .i "' o!4ij4 'in op; hi tjic woj v r. Jones. ''juraduy for Marion, Ind. ' Kidman VjLywha, tJmmL '. I party of yuumr people coflsistUiT . W. V, Pierce and ehttdrep of satM bfora we roi !v nroven. Jur. . . ' T . i WMH TWi MM.- 1 HolMlau ' si ..' 110 on ,J tiJirtn " ,). ' tvill I..? I. u. ,1 I w)m ' luMsrid In (Ms i rodria, Ir.d., Mrs, C. W. V WUitoi,, Owt 0, eee wivmw ualu ' Tie odfi3Sui tavaauaiM." rssesChristw t jim ! ssnnniiiiiiiiiim ' i irr frW, George GuJell m d m Mr. Km O. C, EWING. in, i im u! lfa Qk.)WU JoJbH.Div irL- -r For Lieut. Gov- ,- W. H. Shanks, of Stanford. For Sec. of State Matt S. Cohen, of Lexlnoton. S. Bosworth, For Auditor-He- nry of Lexington. For Secretary of Agriculture John W. Newman, of Versailles. , For Atjorney Gjneral F rank ?jugherty, of Bardstown. "nts,if.ir'jrvctlon L. E. Fos i. ftarhnlirvillft- - an-ni- e- 1 ks' wh . attended the dance "at Olympian ty nnd family Mondny. Springs Inst week. Etna Maddox left Thursday for a Mrs, Yvndo nnd daughter of at few weeks' visit with r Natives Vn., are visiting tho family ot Alexandria i.nd M.ariun, tnd. U. C, Doolcy. Russell nnd Galena Vice visited Mr, nnd Mrs, Elmer Shrout, of James Vice and family, of Tilton I'uinlsrille, visited Chns, Cm in and the pnst week and nttcmlcd tho Kw-in- g fnir, family tho past week, Clem, Tom nnd Elbcfft Gollivcr, nt Mrs. Robert Jordan, of Olivo Hill, nnd son Oeorgn wcro hero the pnst Hale, Mo visited thcijr sisfcr Mrs, week visiting the former's brother James Crnln Friday. I nnd sister Mr. Chns. Bates and Mrs. BUNKER HILL , I'rcss Jackson. Mrs. Snllio Henry otul daughter PRESTON Miss Ada Henry, ot Mt. Sterling, Miss Ardcnn Williamson spent the spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs, dno, pnst week wtih her undo Nathaniel D. Henry. Dudley Rainojr Visited fclnlivcs Marklnnd at Owingsviltc. Miss Linnio Yilliams spent the near Parrs xoVcrol dijys last wtk. Miss Ikrnicc Hchy hftS returned pnst week with her JfrnndpHrcnts Mr. nnd Mrs. Coleman Jnrkson at Olym Trom n visit to Winchester. pia. Mrs. Tho. SlcddJ of near Jacks-towvisited YclnHvfcs hero Monday. Miss Elmn Denton, of Owinpsvillc, Air. and Mrs. Gilbert Itnincy tihd was tho guest of Mrs. Lloyd Costignn Thursday. daughter Mary KiMneeS visildl AlMrs. Minnie Sorrcll Ohmnr and bert Martin n.tJ fanlily ftt fJnne stepson Paul, of Middlctown, Ohio, Ridgo Sunday. , visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Sum Sorrcll of Mt. Sterling, w .e guests of Mrs. Edith Flnhilcrs W ducSay. several dayH last week. Mrs. Enrinn U nnd family nnd Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Costigati visited tho lattcr's parents Mr. nml Mrs, Mrs. Edith Flunil'M spent Suhdav Robt. Nixon nt jOwincsvilla Salunlny with Mrs. Maud Flnj.dcrs nnd fhmf.' ly near North M ddlctown. .and Sundny. Gilbert Hninr v ,)irchnsed ot t'hns. Mrs. R. L. Botts nnd rhiMrcYi, of Salt Lick, wcro quests of her parents Ruark of Jntl:.lhwn, a Imy gcldihg Mr. nnd Mrs. Pres Barnes several for .$125, D.lCii. "Vrh days last week. George Tout, 1 days Williams nnd son Jo- trom ni hore y Ab ttnd , Mrs. Kwcll seph Eli, of Jenkins, Ky., nro visiting painfully Injure Mrs. E(ne Fiif.srftnd childrcb. ot Mrs. Joseph Williams this week. Misses Linnio and Chlnrcne Wil- Ihdiana, "ale gifoidft of Mrs. Fields' liams nnd O. II. Snttcrflcld were sister Mrs. I . n Summay, quests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Cnssi-t- y Mrs. Ed ik and childtx-- Went Saturday for , Wjnth's Visit lb her nt Stcpstonc Sundny. J. L. Jackson, of Olympin, spent mother, Mrs. wh L'OVelute at Sunday with Mrs. Joe Wil- Frenchburg, liams. linht. T) 'vifc-- , 6t ippor Ultte Lickv & .Quests of friends here Thui STEPSTONE Mrs. Ed h i nders nnd MUs Mol-li- e Charlie Swartz and Eftrnie Downs Henry wcit Friday to Hharbutg of Olympin spent Sunday ith Orchto visit the mmt Mrs. Lc'6 Oamvs ard Staton. Miss Emma Downs nnd Miss Cns who is very i .il Iho n'Oinc of her (on sity, of near Olympia, Visited Miss' Elmer Bcrr.xf. a'n'd family visited Waller Clay nievms the past week. Elder Wilhoit closed a protracted friends in Iteming county Saturday. Vtrs. Rdi cr Crouch, wild has been meeting here Sunday night. We vc ill nt the i.omo of her patents. .It tainly hnd a nice meeting. Chester Ray, who has been hi C. McDamM nnd Wife at North "rnncc lor some lime, 'jftme home Middlctown, bus returned hAih'e. Mrs. Gunrge Dale nnd family have Wednesdny with nn honorable disMrs. V D. 'Henry and son Paul, charge. He i looking fine nnd every one wn glad to see him home again. returned to their home nl Kidville ut On Saturday, September Gth thete ter a vN-i- t wfth irelntiVeS here. C. W. Trou'eh purchased of A. J. will be n big dinner in his honor nt Turner his farm containing 03 acres the base ball grounds. W wat eS eryonc to come nnd bring n banket lor $11,000, Mrs. Hack Caywood, who lias been of dinner. There will nUo be A game "f ball. r ill, is improving. .Mrs. James Denckson is visiting Chester Knrrick, of Missorj, is isiting his nwnt Mrs. Lizzie Obley relative) jicar Ewing, Fleming county. vnar -- s reeu ana tnmily, or Howand son Jarkson this week, i y il visited relative Floyd Wircmnn and family, of Beav-- r ards here Sim. Lick, arc visiting George Pendle- day. Ron-nokn, 1 Notice of Commissioner's Sittings. BATH CIRCUIT COURT Eliia Colcgrove Ehglish, cel., Plffs, Vs, Dcfls. John English, etc., Notico is hereby given that I will begin my sittings in tho above styled y rns ftt my ofllee in Owiligsville, on the llh day of Scploinlter, 1010, and will close Hftuio on Hie Clh day of September, lOtl), All persons having claims against I lid oslata nt A. W, Kiglih, dtocftsed, will flic same before k properly proven duN ing said-timor they will he bilrrcd. Ken-lirVk- U. C. EWINO, Mrtsler Comr Until Circuit Court. COMMISSIONER'S SALE HATH CMCMT" COUNT Vilson, cU'. Vsi I'llTs. Mrs. KnhKy it-- . Mirtmotis, ctt. Uoft liy virtue ot A jndgmcht nnd order tf sale !ot tho Bath Circuit Court, -endcred nt tho May term thereof, 11)10, in tho above styled nction, the undersigned Master Commissioner of 'SG'tialh Cimttit Court, .vlll on Monday, September 8th, 1916, at nbutlt 1Kb ww t nl. ilnhle behlg Iml-!e- County Tax Cfltnmijsioncr's Netlce. September iid,, 1010. I do hereby notify ml Inx payers of Bath county, if they only be n poll tax payer, that under the revc-nu- o low of 1018 it is now mado the, duty of tho Assessor, now called the County Tax Commissioner, to keep bis iifllrc open during nil business hours for tho purpose of receiving lists of nil Inx payers and it is also mndo tho duty of every tax payer to nppeor before said county TnK nt said oflU'd between July 1st nnd October 31 nnd give in his or her list nnd upon his or her failure to so list after proper notice is giVcli A llllc of llfly ($50) is Imposed against thchh Under said litw oho of" triy deputies or myself will lie rft the oflifco Ih the Court House ill OWingsvillcj Bath County, Ky., for tile piirpoSe 6f r cciving your list frohl the ribc-Vdale until tho 31st day tit October, 1010 which is tho Inst dald prescribed by law for the County Trtx Commissioh cr to list property unless" further' ii'irfe shoold ho extended by the State Tax Commission nfer that date'.. 'Jo 1 kindly ask nil taxpayers to come in and give their list at oncd and no wait tn Ihd Inst days lo give in tficir 1UI as lliora might ba u rush during Hie hiWilll of October tihd soino niighl have iu iniiko extra trips to give irt their list, I am very thankful tn tlio liK pity-ers BBBBH BBBBBBBft. BTBH Hi bbbbbh BUH BBBM BBBBBBBft BBBM BHIH a fB BBBBBB IHH illllM sbvh bbbh BBBBBBBH BBBH HBBBBm BM BIHW BBW ii mm BBBBBBBBH BHIW iiiH aB I BHHH J .mr BUH BHHH1W BBBBBH VBBBW lBBH BBBBH lBBBB lBBBV IBBBB iBBH BBBBBBBBH BBBBH FAMOUS HAGGIN LAND SATURDAY, SEPT. 6, AT 10:30 O'CLOK A. M. oil tlie jirctni'scs six miles from Lexington on ' i a if. the Iron Works pike between the Paris' pike and Eussell Cave pike. Traci No. I Contains 13fU iicns, has good 8 room residence with running water anil bath; 10 aero tobacco barn, stock barn 100 acres old blue grass sod, balance in cultivntlon. gafrft'o and other buildings Tract ftO. Contains 109.8 nens Ifnx new hono and Hew tobacco barn;, one bnrn tenant house; 104 ncrcs in old blue gras sod, balance in cultivation broken out of sod this yenr. Tract No. 3 Contains 78.0 ncrcs. Has new o tobacco barn. Half of (bis trrict is in. tobacco broken out df sod this yenr, balance in clover and timothy, extra good stand. Tract NO. 4 Contains 70.9 acres. Has a good hou&c two Finftfl tobacco barns; com crib, stnblc nnd other outbuildings. Half of this tract is in clover, timothy,, nnd blutgrnss, Imlnnco in corn. All tins land has abundant natural water supply also Haggin water system. 20-nc- r 1 hii.lcr , 's L. C. & S. F. McCORMICK, Owners, RAIN Oil SHINE. nv-n- , SALE POSITIVE n house and 6 repair bill. fi Ka-lawl- ia -- rs 1 h'-r- y ' . rr,.:' - fath-rIond- . Sa-ra- h di-".- h t e, t iku-jli'te- . lied-rick- ' wt-ek-- - SSbB box. ,.-..- . V tf OTH ' -- . J. er l?...-evi.l- Imp-pllie- fort-ntgli- t. i on-da- y PUBLIC SALE will IT e- u- - ' 1 y to the premises about one; mile Bath county, Kvon I bidder tlie Olyhinhu ex-pe- SaturdaySeptembef 6, 1919, mil-M- hv s ' KEPT i' blns Mrs. ".' Eks AT TEN O'CLOCK two farms, one of 52 acres and one ono mile farm acres, he containhig acres of cleared of land, the balance in saw and tie acres of corn, which goes with and tract is in the the farm. The ern edge of Olympia and lias on it two and ly good dwelling houses, stock outbuildings. Will also sell at same time sheaf oats, one turning plow, three 300 shovel plows, two sets wugon harness, one mare three hogs, one Jersey mule, kerosene engine, a cane mill and evaporator, and immy other things. WALTER EVE III TT. 9-ac- re ... ... EXINGTON Sept. 29 0t. 10 ' rtiu 14 - ratr tt i"Jnl - ti y.r lymt V nbn j tt - - 3