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LYCEUM COURSE PERSONAL requires work nnd hard study and $400 nml will !,on," The Lyceum Course ufcdcr the ny.tC SCHOOLS FOR NOVEMBER Mr. nnd Mrs. S. V, Johnson woro iiKtj if ifu uii,yiiiiii in ii. i mi occupy it with hlft fnmily. of the Owingsvillc High School in .AH. Sterling Friday. ysclf 'doing will give iln first numbor on Tucsdaj in' find the teachers HIGH SCHOOL Constance Botts and Thclmn John all wc possibly ca your elm- - Evening, December tGth in' City Solum Prnfonolns from $20 to TWELFTH GRADE: Nettie Arnold drcn while son have returned from a visit to you must School Chapel nt 7:30 o'clock. at scho ycasonablc. $11)0. j 02, Kathcrine Lathram 01. Mm. 0. F. Wycofl nt Winchester. out their make arrangements K 1. & A. T. BYRON. A splendid course. has been conGRADE: Georgia Mc ELEVENTH they tracted for. ona flint comes rccom- home ytudy nnd sec to il that Shennnn floodpast. r and son, Quithy 01. do definite and systematic wor'i, mculnd as containing some of the-Sherman, Jr., visilo l Judgn and Mi. Da - n & Dull shipped .over TENTH GRADE: None. there or the results will bo very un uw talent in trie liyccum iiem mis for the Thanksgiving, C. W. Goodpastcr Ttmuk giving Day. NINTH GRADE: Edna Jones 04, satisfactory to all concerned. y reason, ' hero will nc ruuii numuers market. Rev. nnd Jfrs. M. C. Hart and Frank Daily 94, Aleda Hcndrix 04, visYours for service, THE DIXIE GIRLS will open tho Ralph, returned Saturday from a Ethel Cornwcll 01. GOLDEN DREAM COFFEE it to Mr. Hart's mother at Bloom-Helseason on the above mentioned date. C. F. MARTIN, Supt. Misses Craig & Arnold, Teachers. Everybody likes these tnlentcd ladies Makes the simplest inpnl memoraGRADED SCHOOL from Dixie. These two young women Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ammcnnnn ROAD CASE SETTLED. ble. Buy it. Try it. You will like it. EIGHTH GRADE: Julia Goodpns-tc- r g havo moved to their residenco on association 91, Edward Richards 0.1, Morgan The celebrated road case between through their Marriage license was issued the Mnin street recently purchased ot Goodpastcr 92, Nellie Hamilton 01, Garrett, who lives on Slate with tho stories nnd folk songs of past week to Jessie Carpenter and '. D. Cornier. Doggctt Palmer 91, Hannah Young creek, three miles west of town, and the South, bring tho best of these Miss Annie Wilson. Mr. nnd Mrs. John A. Dnugsertv 91, Duwnrd Fowler 00, Susan Rich N. A. Shrout of the eastern suburb to the lyceum and offer n progrom returned Friday from a short visit i) nrds 00, Charles Hdnnker 00", of this palce. has been finnlly set- - of great .originality nnd charm. MISS BALDRIDGE is a soprano Xmns goods will be on display Nor. their daughter, Mrs. J. E. Mos, of .Mrs. C. F. Martin, Teacher. llcd in favoc. of Shrout, the Court I 20. Ticholasville. SEVENTH GRADE: Sherman My- of Appeals sustaining the iudgmcnl whose voice is equally pleasing in CountyXCourts. operatic and the sympathetic home L. & A. T. BYRON. E. John T. Jones nnd wife, of An ers 93, Mona Byron 03, Thelmn of the Circuit nnd Negro life are chorage, Ky., visited fhoir son Andy Johnson 02, Badger Sorrcll 91, Bu The case arose ever the attempt of songs. Her stonns of in a de FOR SALE .Mr. Garrett to close a road claiming originnl and she tells them several days last week, return- - ford Manlcy 90, Earl Ulery, 90. Jones lightfully wholesome nnd natural Miss Ratliff, Teacher. the land ns private property. Tim One Ovcrlnnd Roadster. Apply at ng home Monday. SIXTH GRADE: Mary Bruce Dai-- case attracted much attention. The manner. DENTON'S GARAGE. Dr. J. W. Lester spent tin; week-sn- d MISS MURPHEY sings charmingly 90, Reese Duff 94, Lmmngcno leads to Mr Klirnnt'a fnrm nr. with friends in Lexington. ly, her voice being of a clear flute-lik- e A The Red Cross has shown that onClnrk Lane was in Cincinnati Sat- Nnbb 93, Ray Evcrmnn 91, Virginia!t Slate creek. quality, nnd she, with Miss i Webster 91, Grace Horscmnn 91. cents of the urday and Sunday. ly one and seven-tenth- s In offers delightful ducts'. 11 r t !iii i ir.it Morton Belcher 91, Estill Carter 91, money collected by that organization Rob't Nixon nnd son Watt were in .lddition, Miss Murphcy plnyV violin Sherman Lane 90, Walter Jackson Flat Creek, this county, sold to.JB.J arc used to pay their expenses. Mt. Sterling Sunday to see Mrs. Nixspecializes in child tstories and 90, Elizabeth Tipton 90, Carolyn Ledford, of Bethel, 108 ncrohofl and on and .Mrs. Lloyd Costigan, who nianologues. land at $152 per acre. Brother 90. , Wc have a big supply of coal oi. THE DIXIE GIRLS WEAR THE ire visiting relatives there. Bob Ross 95, FIFTH GRADE: hand and can fill your orders promptMrs. II. J. Daily and children re- Lucinn Whaley 94, Alleen Snedegar David Johnson, of East Folk, sold COSTUMES OF THE "BELLES OF ly. Let us have your order. timed Sundny from a visit to Ha-ivc- .i 94, Lucille Arnold 93, Opal Hamil- to Miss Artie and Alice Young, 21 'CO". You will be delighted alike by WALTER YOUNG COAL CO. their appearance nnd their nrtistry. at Carlisle. They were ton 93, George Warner 93, Lucille acres of lnnd for $2,300. fnn rr i i.'nnnTrn .win u rviiur.i rvxtr? tuaid, t homo by Jfrs. Daily's mothi r, Jones 93, Roy Switzer 03, Bculah Born, to Mrs. Lloyd Costigan Mrs. Mary King. TUESDAY, DEC. 10, 1919. A quiet donation party of -- his Jones 92, Bessie Carter 92, Madge (Miss Ruth Nixon) at the home of Fee Prof. Martin and get your Mrs. F. II. Goodpastcr entertained Atchison 92, Eula Goodpastcr 91, church members filled Rev. E. M. grandfather, .Tns. Montjoy, at her . Armitnge's larder to its caffacity seaon tickets. You will always find j Inut Tlmrcitnv n nn. informally Friday aftcriioon in hon- Lucy Shields 90. net him nt hi office in City School Build- Miss Amanda Salycr, Teacher. Thmsday night. or of Mrs. Duncan, of 'Kieholasvillc, ing. Those who ha've alrcudy engagFOURTH GRADE: Lillian Good-pastR D. Thompson can fit you with who was the guest the past week ot will please 0G, Mary E. Brother 90, ArThe old reliable Bourbon Poultry ed SEASON TICKETS frs. J. L. Bvron can at rroi. .tinrtin's oiiicc nnd get ill j, of any kind. His prices an nold Thompson 95, Carroll Steele 95, Remedy for sale by Mrs. Kathcrine (Wodpaster enter r. onnblc and his guarantee is u them right away and thus you will R. C. BYRON. Martha Duff 94, Hester Bashford 94, avoid the rush nnd have- the choice teal guarantee of satisfaction, adv aincd informallyXThursdny after Flora Donithan 93, Eula Warner 93, noon in honor of Miss Agnes Tay-- j 92, Earl Thompson, who was tryin; of the best scats. or, of Ashland, who is the guest o Roger Lathram 92, Robert Lane Get our prices on coal, lumber, Season Tickets, Adults $1.-- i : Winston Byron THIRD GRADE o separate his dog 'hpori' anu a fiu Tiln HpIIp Hrnthnr. lime and cement before buying. Right " 50; Childrcna' Season Tickets 95, Louise Ross 95, Jack Daily 94, stray dog that were fighting Satur :..., ..,.!,.. ...I prices and prompt delivery. i'lui.iii ki;tiiui. luiuiiicu iiu f - Nannie Carter 94, Kathcrine Boaz day morning, was hiywi on the hand $1.00; Reserved seats for each number 50 cents; General Ad- THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO 'ngton, where he is attending achoi. 94, Edgar Goodpnster 93, Gladys by one of the dogs?nnd as he dio Sunday after spending tho Thatiks-fivin- g Snedegar taission for each number 35 c. ....... ... .. 92, Brooks Anderson 90, .nnf lnnw wliinh nnn Iihfli dorrs u'nri--. n holidays with his f jthci Judge Gladys Bashford 90. Get a season ticket and save 25 Sterling .and Daytonia made b killed and their heads sent to t lie J per1 cent. adv. the old rcliahlo Davis Sewing Mn I. L. Atchison and sister Mr. RayMrs. Floyd Ros, Teacher. Pasfur Institute for examination to mond Snpdcgar. chine Co. For sale by SECOND GRADE: Lillian Palme: nscer&in whether cither had indica j John Allen Orccnwailc, of French-ImrE. L. & A. T. BYRON. l S. Allen, of Sharpsburg, and 90, Virginia Duff 9G, Mnrjorie War tions o hydrophobia. droped dead" from a chair in Omar Botts, of this town, went to ner 94, Rose Brother 93, Jo-cw' I Fordfftod Clnrk 1 atterson havi Nelson .county last week where two Shrout 93, Lillinn Carter 92, Ruth The N"jvcrrbcrop report, the '.viiich he was .sittiag at the Eastern fsolSltfimr croi) of 30 acres of tobac- - farms were purchased, one for Mr. Everman 91, Charles McKec 91. year shows the aver- Kentucky asylum for the insaae at last one institution he "f5raised on their bus'h- - Lfxington, of which i gomcry coun-- h Allen and one for his dnughtcr, Mrs. be 23 FIRST GRADE: Robin Adair By- age yield i had This is said Adrian Rntliff. Mr. and Mrs. Botls ron 95, Mnrion Conner Dawson 94, els an nci I.:r!sy tobacco 71G lbs. T r . been an liynate for some i time. i'ViM . .i r on will niiil.'p tlinir home on .Mrs. 5?t- a rery, tobacco. iiu Jnck Hatton 94, Clay Shrout 94, pn acre f.ixi i ..!. t.,i.n.... . Qor. ii... Arutiwhs vonra uiiuiiuk. ureiiwiiue mm flf! nlA" Tlitrs firm. limit Kiiwn m nil wr IV an acre Roger Allen Byron 93, Alline i '.you can get from us coal, lumber, The Womnnr. Club had" thfclnvtf 92, Edward Goodan 92, Mary cent, less loin the tiUII sown lastr .. ' L , .1 1! .1 1 ,4tim: Mrs. " rooting, winuows, minis, inuu, nnuu, u'ar monthly meeting Monday after Lathram 91, Jack Hatton 91, Pierce year. Past condition n Peed, wl,. been under cement, fertilizer, tobacco sticks, noon at the home of Mrs. A. W. 3 Hatton 91, Lillian Hatton 90, John 94 pr,frnt 5 Vm Maatwn Hospital for brick. "'Let us figure with you. with 23 members ''present 'and Roberi Jones 90, Clara B. Lano, 00, TV rccovc- -i r:j .irttll'mbcrp The co a. n. to. the roll. Uicr MinniUOMcCaityOO, Mury E Warslu gc is ueconung se- t? nous, mat opting "conducted by ner 96. the busi. manufacturing plants in ( BA' 'NES-'ALfR the middle JVest having had to close. Miss Fannie Coyle, Teacher. iriss Mary ' . '1 the following pn ,WFor4is second time within d Barnes, son of Mr. and Mr, I The latesi m was. .given: tion; by Mrs. T. f-2 the high water reached tilersuort tnat tne uovem- - I'l. DEAR PARENTS: s. Barnes, of tb'- - t'wn, and Mis-'tnpnl -- "'I, 5ize the mines and oper- ;Vf l.'..,,.,., Snl mi I am on .(ujtU'nsoii, ot isctlicl, j The honor roll looks fine in the :ce Walker jdcigd'i'r of Samuel I .. . i r. i it i i ;t.Jl nienenniintion ny airs. .1. n .es. graded school but very poor in num- ate t diers to guard the of Montgon.. ; county, were M ins river last week. ers v itt, Reading, "As the Moon Aro-',- l bers from the High School. Are you ,d in J.exingi'.' '"cdnesila of y .iirs, iiesnc oiii uui. vvi lie rjrii i requiring your boys and girls to do visitors or any other iast week and arrived at the homo of Jarvis Rolnh and son James riot fully organized, the different de several hours of systematic study I est tell the Outlook Mr. Barnes' parents Sunday. Tho bought Horace Lane's house nnd lot partincnts arc being formed, anil ev outside of school hours 1 Do you re- ltd of groom is a farmer and a young man w iirr.il tfi invii.i ;ate It is 'rv u'fiinnti on Slate avenue for $1,725. quire them to have a definite period aljfcut it.' of the most excellent character, while reported that Mr. Lane nnd family jtho work nnd join the dcpnrtm for btudy each night nt homer The m to live. that she finds most interesting an! high school program is so arranged m i Foster's Opal the best cast range his bride is a charming lady, well will go to Mt. Sterling known here where she has often been elpful to her. lindc. For sale by that students of this departmen a visitor. Notic Tobacco Men E. L. & A. T. BYRON. A Miss Oddie Power entertained Vmsl have several hours of stud. - L.. r1 truck I have r. new two-to- n WILLIAM MOORE T. F. Allen shipped about 32,000,-'"0- 0 n suusiun; riiiuiuu i10t ,i0 tliu work anil will fail and l nm prepareii to nam loans oi ironi.m.in sireei Wm. Moore, aged about 70 years, of turkeys to Boston pounds which jrCOmpelled to take the same gr;..U 4000 to 0000 pounds; also have ani was served nt six o'eoic; died at his home near Rcynoldsville automolule lor lure, day or nigni.iV "auu was pmyeu. ivmong wio,e in- - over next vear We cannot con' nil list before Thanksgiving and struck Monday, Dec. 1, a third stroke 6t vitd wcrco Mesdume-- J. B. Ilamiy y0Ur j. good market. Call phone 31. hildrcn outside of schntli paralysis, nnd was' buried nt tho in, V.. Y. Denton, S. V. Owsley, J. I), hours. Yiou must see that they. E. W. MORGAN. Boyd graveyard. Ho is survived by Lewis Wright sold a good bird dog Conner, A. N. Crooks, A. T. Byron, systematic study ut home. Their Sterling, his wife. He was a son of Harry C. F. Martin, Floyd Ross, C. S. grade book at the end of each monifh to Riggs Sullivan, of Mt. POSTED Moore, deceased. Brother, K. II. (ioodpaster, Coleman will show you whether they are mak. for $50. The Rose Run Iron Co., notifies-al- l Pilliott, J. L. Byron, Leslie Shrout, ing a passing grade on each stujly JAMES JACKSON concerned that their lands arc postTho latest Columbia records alE. V. Brother, Ford Patterson (iUn or not. You should examine their Reed and the law will be enforced James Jackson, aged 45 years, ways on sale at against all persons, limiting on same. Perry, C. W. Young, T. M. Perry, R. ports euch month carefully and in died Tuesday morning of typhoid feE. L. & A. T. BYRON. C. Byron, S. O. Crooks, T. S. Shrout, his) way you cun tell whethei i,Jicy ROSE RUN IRON COMPANY, ver at his home on E. II. Qoodpas-ter'- s ShnnUiu Piper, G. C. Ewing, Mist-eare doing good or bad work n By S. J. Fearing, Agent. place south of Preston. He California Canned goods for sale Anna Peters, Angii school. Tho report card is the i Anna Bailey, leaves a family. I Young by R. C. Byron. Jackson, Ida Belle Brother, statement from your sohtiolj and NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC ! Louiso Lacy, Louise Beitz, Carrie all pupils will be promoted according bought the stock ot gro- - Nixon, Emma Lydo Dawson Lady Astor, widow of Viscount have . Majestic Malleable Ranges at p i Nto the grade it contains. Do I not s Astor, lately elected to a seat in the ccnes and meat uuhhicss vl juub. ( .l Mr. Arthur Murkland entertained i .i.....i :i ..i ii, E. L. & A. T. BYltON. English Parliament, is American-hor- n Brother who run a store on Main avail a dinner parly Thanksgiving j'VUII, Oil' HUUUb it ui iiiu VI1U vi iPUCXl to the 'pocket' store i)veninL nt Mrs. WnrnprV rpstimrnnt. inonth nnd you will then know wh;th- nnd will be the first woman to htreet and moved Forbos' Coffee for sale by r your boy or girl will be promoted 'building formerly occupied by James Those invited were : VMissis Louise sit in the English House of Commons. R. C. BYRON. I solicit a share of the pub- Prewitt, Grace Crooks, Mae Shrout, or retained at the end of the year. Steele. . Do not lay the blame on tho FOR SALE lic patronage, will also pay the high- Lucy Belle Darnell. Micha Martin, Jessie Carpenter and Miss Annia when you are not doing your p.irt. One Ford Touring car in good est market price for country IlLeona Palmer, Georgia McQuithy,J See that they do their school work Wilson, of Stcpstone, were married condition. Fair nnd courteous treatment Messrs. Fassett Botts, Carrol EstilfJ thoroughly ut home. Some of our by Rev. R. L. Bailey Saturday after(IOODPASTER GARAflR. assured the pubilc. Byron, Ed Thompson, Frank Starrfi parents allow their children t o run noon. in REESE WELLS. per, Walton Ulery, Bascom Thorn thu streets at night or go. vi oting. I W. T. Garner sold a small farm" Additional Local Items last Page. in Fleming "ounty at $3,000. psoii. This is wrong because an cdu ;ntion AddiMonal Locals on Last page. r 41919. NUMBER 20. Austin !Bonz has bought the 0. 0. rnilroml house for . 1 T nm-pic- w i j '". I i 2,-0- d. 111 E UN! VERS A2. CAR N L life-lon- I c, The Ford car can well be called the "peoples car," because there ore more than 3,000,000 of them in daily operation. That 13 about four to one to the nearest follower in the motor car industry. not be go if the Ford car had not for sixteen years proven ita superiority in service, in durability, and in the low cost for operation and maintenance; this would not be so if the Ford car was not soA easy to understand, ro simple in construction that anybody and everybody can safely drive ii. It i3 everybody's necessity because it doubles the value cf time, and is the quick, convenient, comfortable, and economical method cf transportation. We solicit your order. We have the full line, Touring Car, Runabout, Coupe, Sedan, Truck. ssure you the best possible hi repair work with the genuine Ford This-woul. Parts. Shrout, Piper & Shrout Owingsvillc, Ky. . 1 ci:n (V. - r A ii, g, V - , fire v LE I at pub . 3-- ' . . .-. jp ' n, will sell ic auction at my place, 2i miles from OwingST!!, on liigsville & Mt. Sterling .turnpike on . As udniinisti iitor of tho estate of John Tincher, " ar; - t r K ATJJRDA--?-; t ten o'cloch ,i. in. thjE (o!; I 1 -- J min-wor- k. .tfrj 4 , ..ni)N)ropcT Jf DEtJ. .fcult! cultivalu - '60 barerls of good white corn, in the crib, 1 1 1 1 stack of Iniy, live-toot- h i pair mare mules horse mule, extra- extra-goo- d 1 1 1 , 3 sets wagoii ha mi two-hors- e Rasford plow, iu.r f ft good, 1 farm wagon, good one, 200 shocks of fodder, 1 Vul 2 cows aiid calves, exi Jcrse3Ts, d A red milker. I'enns made known on day of sale. W. T. WAHNER, Admininistrator of Jolm;TinoliGr. Walter Boyd Auctioneer. Better See What You are Buying The time has come that the painted pictures in catalogues look better than the good prove to bo. My holiday goods are all on display now" and they are going fast. Better get yours before thrv ore gone. Store will bo open froai S o'clock a. m. to 0 o'clock p. in. Buys Interest in Tobacco Warehouse. The Outlook understands that Judge Alfred N. Crooks nnd family will soon leavo Owingsvilel, and while their departuro will bo a source of regret to all tho fact that tho Judgo has become associated with be Whitehall Tobacco Warehouse Co., of Mt. Sterling, Ky., as mpiia-gwill be a piece of good nows to his friends nnd nil thoso who havo dealings with this popular company. cr s f,fii-ci- 0 r7 ' 1 ii judge urooKs is a tnorougii i)"'.initvrt man, anu inoso wuo patri-.i- c hibje ? Jl .Aiit , .... v.... (I . vi.;ioi,nii ....... i. UU tOj.UlCU JW ULkJ -.- - m dealmg and treatment. theLuiost psmrtciK: w pro-duc- c. J. Outlook $125 per R. DAY. In Tho increased ccst of pnUt j which som figure at 60,por Iccnvji causing mi it papers to year advance. price oununys pers will e iF . A YOUR TOBACCO TO M 91 '.V i .I l" , THE On,iy experienced men aro employed to handle our business. . H '"; i THE BEST SALESMAN IS TRUE LIGHT AND WE HAVE IT. The House where sati faction is Gkiaranteed, the HIGH DOLLAR .KULHiS. LOOSE-LEAF THEcHITEIIALL TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY, Mt. Sterling, Kentucky J. WILT CLAY, PresMent, jUDGiALFEP N. ORQ S. S. !S, Ma: PINNEY, Secretary A. J. HHAY, Auotaonee. hi 1 vesref 'xaa jV HOW MRS. BOYD AVOIDED AN OPERATION Canton, Ohio. "I suffered from female trouble which caused me much tnlftnng, end two Kentucky News Cullings An epitome of thn most portant events trntpMng throughout tho state Im- Wlncbcstcr.i-- O. T. Faulkner won "CAUFOflHIA- frfiVRUP" tho contest at Hamilton stockyard. LAXATIVE the prlje being n Duroc Jersey hog, 'ft V Weighing 1,027 pounds. t tenfjuol Remove pollens from stomach, liver and Crab Orchard. Machinery for Crab bowels. Orchard's first electric llgfi't plant haf been onlorcd, J. D. Willis blng.at the head of the enterprise. r - w . - ISOLD'S. m IB I SUIa WOW CIT MWN TIEES TO SAW LOIS IHPIOVID imifOlH IKTEIlUTieiUl Henderson. Mrs. Michael Itoblnson sustained a broken anklo when herenr-rlag- o was struck by nn automobile doctors decided Augusta. Joseph (Pink) Cummlngs driven by E. T. Duncan. thtt I would have to an died at Lakeland Asylum, aged 41 operation before I years. Newport. Police state that the could getwelL Identity of four Wn who trucked the "My mother, who Bowling Green. Mrs. Susan Cromhad been helped by well, aged C3 years, died nt her home sit re of It. Cotllnghanf to tho ball park and extracted $2,000 Is known. LydlaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Com, In this city of tuberculosis, pound, advised me Itlchmond. Smith & Myers filed suit Augustn, Miss Mary Boughner, for- against D. S. Beams for $140, alleging to try It before merly of this plnce, nnd Mr.' Erwnrd Beams sold them n "moon-eyed- " an operato mule, tion. It relieved me Kern were raarrlod nt Oakley, O. which they handled at a loss. from mv trouble o I can do ray houso work without any Moysvlllc. Mrs. Elizabeth Glascock, Lewis Hnrt bought the Winchester. difficulty. I advise any woman who Is afflicted with female troubles to give 70, wealthy landowner, died after a Interest of C. B. Trncy In the Clark brief Illness at her home In the county. County Oil Exchange, which moved Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound a trial and It will do as much for quarters te Hie buildBowling Green. Mrs. Margaret Gnr-vl- ing. them." Mrs. Marie Boyd, 1421 Stta St., N. E., Canton, Ohio. wife of Charles Garvin, died nt Sometimes thcro ore serious condiher homo In the Bend after a brief IllMayvllle.--Thaddition of a largo tions where a hospital operation is the ness. pump bought nt Kcnovn, W. Va., ghts only alternative, but on the other hand promise of early tmprovsmcnt In the o many women have been cured by this Cyntlilana. Wright Lnrkln has sold water situation and protection against famous root and herb remedy, Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, after his farm of one hundred acres on the lire. doctors have said that an operation was Hicks pike to Frank Lair at $135 per necessary every woman who wants aero. Cynthlann. Ernest McCrnckcn susto avoid an operation should give it a tained severe Injuries when n car, submitting to such a fair trial before Thirty-twcarloads of driven by Miss Mnrgnret Bell, In which Winchester. trying ordeal, and hogs wcro If complications exist, write to Lydla cattle despite a break of shipped last ho was riding, wns ditched on Elmarch SO cents on avenue. E. PinkhamMedicino Co., Lynn, Mass.s week, for advice. The result of many years hogs. experience is at your service. Lexington. A baptising was the unFlcmlngsburg. About 3,500 turkeys usual proceeding nt the Stnto Reform hnve been slaughtered hero for tho school, twenty-fou- r Inmates who Imd "ONLY ONE THING Eastern market. Fewer than for man) been converted In n revival being Imyears. mersed. sub-mlttiBrown-Proctorla n, o o the Improved Ottawa Engine Log Saw can rasllv cut twenty-fiv- e to forty cords a. day, and nt n cost of less than 2c per cord. This rnachlnc, which out does nil others, nas a nenvy, cross cut saw driven by a powerful especially gasoline engine. It's designed for those using It, a fnst money-make- r and docs moro than ten men could do, cither cutting down trees, sawing logs, or buzzing branches totiUe you rest. When not sawing, the engine can be used for other work requiring power. Ann rrtfiM - vt uveas n Iiaw t vrtllt uiivj iiuiiff- aH t i us SlINMfSaiOOL (Br nr.v. p. n. fitzwateti. d. d. Teacher of English Dlble In the Moody nible Institute of Chicago.) tConrrtiM. Hit, Western Newepeper Wnlon ii , ffl m Lesson WRIGLEYS c a package. before the war . Vr sj LESSON FOR DECEMBER 7 PETER AND JOHN A8LEEP QETHSEMANE. IN LESSON TEXT Mark 14:-GOLDEN TEXT-Wa- tch ye anil pray, lest ye enter Into temptation. Mark H:3l ADDITIONAL wi Luke n.SM4; John enlns; Jesus. MATEIUAL-M- at 11:1-1- 28:35- - BREAKS MY GOLD! mi "That's Dr. King's New a Dis- - Midway. A number of furmers will sell their seed whent nnd divert ncre-ag- o Intended for it to oats In the spring. Hickman. E. J. Stone, nged 24 years, and Miss Lizzie Ferguson, both of this city, were married at the courthouse. Eminence. wheel. Elsie Ellis, 10, fell from ': covery for fifty years a cold-breaker" NOTHING g the nationally popular and standard remedy It Is today. Fifty years old and always reliable. Good for the whole family. A bottle In llio medicine cabinet means a shortlived cold or cough. COc. nnd $L20. All druggists. Give It a trial. effectiveness enn arouse such enthusiasm. Nothing but sure relief from stubborn old colds and onrushlng new ones, grippe, throat-tearincoughs, and croup could hnvo made Dr. King's New Discovery but sustained quality her father's buggy and both legs were broken when they were caught In a Paris. The body of Thomas T. Lytic, 53, farmer, who died near Hutchison, was taken to Bracken county for burial. Miss Mnttyc W. Winchester. Montgomery county, was married to E. It. Wade, Clark county Mo-berl- farmer. Bowels that move spasmodically free one day and stubborn the next- Augusta. Mr. Samuel Hamilton, Jr., should be healthfully regulated by Dr. King's New Life Pills. In this way 23, and Miss Eliza Curtlss, 15, were you keep the Impurities of waste matmarried at Brooksvllle, by the Rev. P. ter from circulating through the sys- T. Cook. tem by cleansing the bowels thoroughly and promoting the proper flow of Catlettsburg. Thomas Nance fell 20 bile. feet while trimming a tree, broke sevMild, comfortable, yet always reliaeral ribs and is in a serious condition ble. Dr. King's New Life Pills work with precision without the constipation at bis home. results of violent purgatives. 25c. as usual at all druggists. Frankfort. Mrs. Millie Blankenshlp, charged with robbing a Huntington, W. Va., restaurant keeper, of $3S0, was arrested here. Regular Bowels Is Health 'ji me oiuiiwr Carlisle. Ed Lawrence sold Boss cuticura 25 head of cattle for $2,0S0, bought 35 from Georgo Sampson 501 per head. Sharp and at PARKER'S RALSAM nd . uracrliu. ami.. Faded HiV. Mrs. S. L. McGohan, former editor of the Ewlng Inquirer, has gone to Morehead to take charge of the Rowan News. Flcmlngsburg. i. vnmturt t M nil or at DrrJ lofue, 2. X ureen. Mrs. Susan S. Dev- of the late William S. England, died at her home In this city following a lingering Illness. In, widow r"v,'-- i, Cynthlann. Twelve people, three women and nine men, have taken the examination here as applicants for enumerator of the census In this county. Bowling Green. Dr. Junius Wooten, aged 74 years, oneof the prominent physicians of Wnnl-- county, died at his home at SmlthVi Grove, of Brlght's v. disease. K McClel-InnCynthlana. Mrs. Hcfcvey wife of the uItyinflelder for the Chicago White Soi, li seriously 111 here at the home of herifu&er-In-law- , Hugh McClelland. Paducah. Instructions In "fire fighting will be given every Boy Scout In the city of Paducah through tho cooperation of tho city fire chief and the Boy Scout executive. ,HEN NEURALGIA ATTACKS NERVES Sloan's the congestion and relieves pain Liniment scatters Frankfort. '. A little, applied without rubbing, will immediately and rest and Soothe, the nerves. , Sloan's Liniment is very effective in 'illaying external pains, strains, bruises,, ches, atifT joints, sore muscles, lumba-oneuritis, sciatica, rheumatic twinges. Keen a big bottle always on hand use. Druggists everywhere. ftnetratc T. C. Ferguson, Brownsville ; John Bond, Lawrenceburg, Graham and Jexso Ollvfir, Marion, were commissioned colonels on tho staff of Coventor Black. Columbia. The Adair county grand jury adjourned after being In session seven days, returning only sixteen Indictments, the fewest In numberrftver returned by any grand Jury laYthls county for many years. MIddlcsboro. Flnlcy Johnson, chargT ed with killing D. A. Sasser, of Harlan, nnd whoso cuso was moved here, was acquitted. Proof was conflicting, but showed that Johnson was fired on from the back and that he bhot In poll-ma- Ira Hulette, Frankfort; ' INCLE SAM . 0 chew i SCRAP form "in PLUG Flcmlngsburg. A. T. Day, prominent tobacco dealer and fanner of thhs county, who has been sales manager st the "Home" looso leaf tobacco warehouse, In MaysvIIle, has accepted u like position with the Independent-Centra- l house there. Sheep raising Industry In greatly on the Increase. Sheep can bo seen on almost every farm now between Hickman and Fulton, Ky., a distance of twenty miles over the State Lino road. This Is duo to the high priced cotton, the wool being so much more durable and In such demand und also due to tho high price tho tVrruera are gutting for the fleece. Hickman. ' MOIST & FRESH this county Is it . Honey back without question llUNru SALVE fall! In til uumtnt of ITCH, ECZKM a, NUWOItW.TKTTKKurotb.r Ids skin dlaeaeta. Price arnrirlats, or direct from Suit MttJcIsi Ci.Stvau.Tll. Milton. Mr. IL H. Schlrmer, a well known tobacco buyer of this place, Is critically III with hardening of the arteries and other complications. olio The ,'. ') I Path , Bteptba . hearun Fur and Fabric Hat. The uso of fur In the making of bats Is receding more attention each day, sod the smartest shops have gone la for the combination of pelt and fabric to s large degree. The special polst seeaM to be In making these hats as light as possible, so that there wfll not be any more objection to the wear-IBthan there would be to the of hat All sorts of furs are beieg w4 to the making of these bat, m4 erwa though the taoa JsexpeaetTe S' fr ah), Gcthsemnne an lnclosuro contnlnlng ollvo nnd fie trees, beyond Kidron, s about of a milo from Je rusalem. The nnmo means Tho namo is significant of tho occasion. Edershcim snys It Is nn emblem of One Exception. trial, distress nnd agony. Perhaps tho "Do you serve only soft drinks?" garden wns owned by one of Jesus' "Well; wo can glvo you n glass of friends. hard water." Boston Transcript. 2. Ills compnnlons (v. 33). IIo took fflth him tho 11 disciples, thnt they might share, so far ns possible, this Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach sorrow with him. Ilclng a real human the diseased portion of the ear. There Is being he craved sympathy. Ho bnde only one way to cure Catarrhal Deafness, and that la by a constitutional remedy. them wntch with him. While he knew MEDICINE acts HALL'S CATARRH s thnt ho must "tread the th roach the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces Catarrhal Deafness Is of the System. nlone," ho hnd n keen npprcciatlon of by an Inflamed condition of the caused sympathy so fnr ns those who loved mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. him could give It. The behnvlor of the When this tube Is inflamed you have a Lexington. The First Prcsbytcrlsn rumbllne sound or Imperfect hearing, and disciples shows the utter limitation of is entirely closed. Deafness Is church voted to merge with the Sc-on- d when ItUnless the Inflammation can be the re. humnn sympathy. result. congregation, reconsidering nctlon duced and this tubo restored to Its nor3. Ills grent Porrow (v. B4). This Is be destroyed of two weeks ago when the proposal mal condition, hearing; may Deafness are the same ns the "cup" In verse 30. It forever. Many cases of by Catarrh, which Is an Inflamed was defeated. caused ivns not primarily tho prospect of condition of tho Mucous Surfaces. physlcnl suffering thnt wns crushing ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for any Mt. Sterling. In a street battle Jas. case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot him; It wrs the suffering ns a sin Hughes was shot twice, but not dan- be cured by HALL'S CATARRH benrcr the sensations of his pure soul MEDICINE. , gerously wounded, by Monk Ramsey, All Druggist 75c. Circulars free. coming Into contnet with the awful sin Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. F. J. also colored, who then was knocked and guilt of tho world. Only pure nnd senseless with a stone. refined natures can understand this. A mnn who courts and runs away When constipation bothers you and you In addition to this, there wns tho Judg Covington. Representative narry may be hauled to court some day. ret feverish and out of sorts remember ment stroke from the holy God ns It Meyers will Introduce a bill before the that old reliable vegetable fell upon his Son Instead of the sin next legislature changing the office of ncr. God caused tho Iniquities of the second-clas- s auditor, cities, to compworld to strike upon Jesus (II Cor. Cleveland, Ohio. "I can highly recomtroller, and making It elective. 6:21; Isn. r3:0). mend Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription II. Christ Praylna (vv. Covington. While she wns driving to women of middle age. I was in a mis Though he prized human sympathy erable condition a near Madlsonvllle, O., the car of Miss in the hour of supreme need, his only year or so before Esther Heutel, this city, struck Jean-ett- c the cliI reached My blad- Is sold In every drug store in the land. recourse wns prayer. The sympathy Mitchell, 0, hurled her under a macteric. It's fine for Indigestion too and for fevers of our friends Is helpful, but In tho street car, which decapitated her. der gave me so much and colds. Same old remedy that thougrent crises of life we can find help distress, and I also sands swear by. only when we go to God In prayer. "Is suffered with inflamLexington. An ntito driven by M. nny nmong you afflicted? Let htm mation and displaceC. Crosby, Morehead, ran Into the fupray" (James 5:13). ment. I don't beneral procession for Abner Oldham, 1. The first prayer (vv. (1) lieve any woman wrecking the car occupied by the widcould be more unIlls posture (v. 35). Ho fell on his the Ton will ow, 70, who was dangerous Injured. comfortable than I In the weight and Im iore the face, prostrnte on the ground. as when I started quality of jour quires by hour of our great need we naturally n tiling a rejisw Jd to take the 'Favor Richmond. Shirley Parks securcu bull Tb calTei will prostrate ourselves before God. This mike better Mini anil sail an order of delivery against Mrs. ite Prescription.' My improvement was (2) Ills pet! for more per pound at tbe Is a becoming posture. Ophelia Parks for turkeys which, de- so slow at first that I became impatient mirket. Tbrbelfan will this and wrote to tho Invalids' Hotel for adn4o bette;- breeder! and tion (v. 30).By "Take nwny meant cup fendant alleges, had intruded them- vice, which was given b(T.r mllitri. Bbonborn from me." the cup Is his steers top tbe beef markets selves Into her flock and been fed to kindly. By following me freely, and very on the cross. He did not desire anl tbe cows make blgb death this advice I was maturity without compensation. mine records. escnpe the cross. No doubt It was to eventually restored to a healthy condition. I am now safely through this trying time American Write for Inf oral tlon U) tie Association most grievous to him to fnce its shnme, Shorthorn Milton. Mr. Al Bowman, of and have 'Favorite Prescription' to thank Z3 Dexter Fark Ave. Breeder' Chic&f o, 111. hut he pressed on. knowing that for has purchased the flna for my present good health, so do not this cnu.se he had rome Into the world ridge farm of 320 acres, about six think that I am making any mistake in Consistent Development (.Ttfin 12:27, 28; cf. Heb. 2:14). He , Mrtrtstnn ntl.. ... i . 'i m miles south of Milton, better known ns wuiucii wuu are uisire08eii, "What hns become of , tho little boy prayed that the "hour might pass from at this time to give Dr. Pierce's Favoriw ltodg-ers- , the Preston place, from Mr. Jim ho amused himself by placing bent him," that Is, thnt his life might be Prescription a trial J. W. Keif for $32,000, possession to be given 23U ys for people to sit oi'7 prolonged to die on the cross, nt the E. 76th St. March 1, 1020. 'We .3fi u- P ti be the man appointed time to make atonement for Ohio.4-"IConneaut, my youmr stio1 scatters gloss liP i 'i street ana tho sins of the world. Tho buroen was punctured." at ceitain who laughs when a tire Mayfleld. Mrs. Morris Waggoner, now i qseo great inat ii seemca nis wouiu living near WIngo, Graves .ci'.'.ij, us .u7ia"ut.til I took Dr. Pierce's Favidte he crushed out. His prayer was heard Prescription. This medicine not omy burned to.'ia'.n at her home when her cured me of this when uod henrs our Uicb. o:7). GREEN'S AUGUST LOWER. condition, but it laid prayers he grants the petition desired dress caught fire from an open ferato, the foundation for a healthy womanhood. 5:14-15Angels ministered and a neighbor, Lee Llbbs, was burned I highly recommend the 'Prescription' to Stop a minute nnd ttilnk wllnt It (I John about the face and hands in an effort all young girls who suffer with Inward means to say that "GrcenV's August to him, giving the necessary grace to to rescue her. After making frantic trouble or periodical pains, and I would Flower hns been a household remedy endure to the end (Luke 22:43). (3) His resignation (v. 30). His will was efforts to beat out the flames with her never hesitate in giving 'Favorite Preall over the civilized world i'pf moro In subjection to the Father. He knew hands, Mrs. Waggoner ran screaming scription' to my own daughters if they than half n century." No lilgherUirnlso thnt his death on the cross was the Into the yard of her residence, and were in need of such medicine." Mrs. Is possible nnd no better rcmedX can will of God tho Father; for he wns the Sarah Hilderbrand, 329 Harbor St. fell, dying In a few. moments. bo found for constipation, IntcsiVnnl Ashtabula, Ohio. "1 have heard my troubles, torpid liver nnd the denr?!es- - Lamb slain from the foundation of the world. (4) The disciples rebuked (v, Frankfort. A big Increase In wild daughters praise Dr. Pierce's Favorite ed feeling that accompanies such dl: 37). lie singled out Peter, he game through the State Is cited by J. Prescription so highly that I do not hes- orders. It Is most valuable for In hnd been the most conspicuoussince pro- In Qulney Ward, executive agent of the itate to recommend it to other women." digestion or nervous dyspepsia nnd loyalty (John 13:38) clnlmlng Mrs. Carrie Whelpley, 607 Lake St. Game and Fish Commission, as the liver trouble, coming up of food, pal- Though he his would go with him to death. reason for the unprecedented number pitation of heart, and many other he could not wntch one hour. (5) of hunting licenses being Issued this symptoms. A few doses of August to the disciples (v. 38). season. The number Is expected to Flower will relieve you. It Is n gentlo ft "Watch nnd pray, lest ye enter Into surpass 55,000. In other years It wns Inxntlve. Ask your druggist. Sold In II temptation." The only way to be able approximately 30,000. Tho extreme all civilized countries. Adv. to stand In tho time of trial Is to be cold of the winter of 1017 caused a watching ana prnylng. Jesus knew serious setback to all game, says Mr. Must Have Had It All. Ward, but last winter was favornblo "I understand you have had a slight (that nlthough the disciples mennt well, ithcy would fall In the trinl unless aid-tto the game. The squirrel law also operation?" from nbove. The flesh Is too weak has aided propagation by changing the "That's what I thought I had, but y I got the bill for it yesterday nnd I'm rto stand tho strain. season for hunting from ' Inclined to think now that while I 12. The second prayer (vv. 30. 40). to July 10. was under the ether the surgeon gave lle withdrew the second time from his disciples nnd uttered the same words me everything ho had In stock." Hickman. One of tho largest dam-ngln prayer. This wns not vnln repetisuits In this court Died rccentlj tion. It Is proper to repent our rehas been filed by Bay Brown vs. Mrs. COLD IN BREAKS YOUR quests. He found the disciples nsieep Etta Lelp. Plaintiff stntes that deJUST A FEW HOURS ngjtln. Their shnme and confusion was fendant Is his mother-in-lannd that nu'ro mnrked thnn at first. she has by divers means succeeded Is it. The third prayer (vv. 41. 42). taking his wife, Ethel Brown, from "Pape'a Cold Compound" Instantly n .Tie uttered tho same words In his his home and has marred his domestic lleves stuffiness and thjrd prayer (Slatt. 20:44). ne now happiness. As a result of tho humiliadistress tejls the disciples to sleep on nnd tnko tion and mental nngulsh ho has sufrest, as fered, he sues Mrs. Lelp for $10,00C Quit blowing tbflrbetrayal. tho hour had como for Don't stay atuffed-up- ! hli There Is such a thing damages. The naturo of the sull and snuffling! A dose of "Pape's Cold nsA being nBlcep when wanted and makes tho case of moro than passlnr Compound" taken every two hours unawik!ng when It Is too late. If the The purified and refined Intercut besides being one of the Inrg-es- t til three doses aro taken usually breaks disciples had been praying they would calomel tablets that are damage suits of this kind over filed up a severe cold and ends all grippe not i'lave fallen nsieep. Here. The couple reside In Hickman misery. nausealess, safe and sure. county. opens your The very first dose Christ's Yoke Glorious. Medicinal virtues retain clogged-ut nostrils and the air passDlW you ever stop to ask what a ed and improved. Sold ages of the head; stops nose running; yokr Is really for? Is It to bo a burden Unprecedented Frankfort. hlgt s, only in sealed package. relieves tbe headache, dullness, prices for furs of animals native tc to tJio nnlmnl which bears It 7 It Is sneezing, soreness and stiffness. Just' the opposite. It Is to make Its Price 35c Kentucky are being offered this year, "Pape's Cold Compound" Is the burden light. Attnchcd to the oxen In according to C. J. Meredith of the Flss quickest, surest relief known and costs ttni' other way than by a yoke tho plow und Game Commission. Largo red fw only a tew conts at drug stores. It tvrTuld be Intolerable. Worked by skins will bring $20 to $24, whereat acts without assistance, tastes nice, miVuns of n yoke It Is light. A yoke Is tho former prlco was $1 to $5. A black contains no quinine Insist upon noA an Instrument of torture; It Is an skunk sklu will sell for $0 to $7.50, tbt lm lvk Mil Pape's ! Adv. s Initrument of mercy. It Is not a old price being $1 or $1.25. Even lh contrivance for making work old bouse cat has attained a high posiA Suro Bet hitrd; It Is a gentle dovlec to mnkehard tion, a large black skin bringing 21 "How did you make out at the raceIt Is not meant to give laV'or light. cents to $1. Muskrats, oppossura, ra ptiln, but to nare pain. And yet men track yesterdayt" bit and otter skins also will bring hlgt "Fine. I didn't go." tppk of the yoke of Christ as If It prices tills season. wtfro a slavery, and look upon those wno wear It as objects of compassion. Danville. John M. Pursley, 20 yean No other Ire la packed so safely and or Is so economical not a bit old, of Winchester, Ky., and Lloyd waated. Knowing and Doing. t and or soap Taylor, 21 years old, of Chicago, III., so No other Irethoroughly cleansBannerdlilnttcta God lias not left himself without a Don't let thtt bad back make yoa Lje. It aa eaallr and miserable. Find out what is wrong. witness. Tho light of the great Imperlye. Odorleaa and colorleui were seriously Injured here when an ta not tbe sreateet cleanier and disinfectant the If you suffer with a constant backative la In every soul. Christians are airplane In which Pursley was the pas- world has ever known. Use It for cleanln ache, feel lame, weak and kitchen, cellar, sinks, not people who do as they like, but senger and Tuylor was the pilot, fel' rour bottlei. for softenlns- dairy, and the bare dizzy nervous spells, yoa water, and Jlellgton Is who do ns they ought. may well suspect your kidneys. If kidney fifty feet In attempting a landing ant) labor of waihlrur and eleanlnc will be cut la bait BKiviuaas knovln what you ought lo do nnd doirregularities distress you too, you bare was wrecked. Pursley was badly cut and saves money bealdee. A lO.cent can of additlibail proof. Don't waltl Us ing U. The darkest word Is sin; the of kitchen (reese, IU about the eyes wid Taylor's left lei Banner I.je, eaey pounds (no bolllns or Urge Doan'k Kidney P(IU, the remedy mealiest word Is hypocrisy; the shortwas crushed below the knee. Both In- ten minutes' you work IS pounds of best have keltlee), and people everywhere tra recomaaesdkg. gallona est word Is time; the longest v?ord Is jured men wero removed to the Dan hard eoap or 10 la sold of soft soap. Stk Your Hetghtort by your grocer or Ilanner Lre eternity; the most solemn word Is con vllle Hospital for treatment. Tbt druggleta Write to us for tree booklet, clenee "I ought." plane, a huge Curtis biplane, was 1 "Usee of Banner Lye." An Ohio Caw rhUadelphU USA Tbe Pens Chemical Works most a total wreck. Mrs. A. W. Phil lips, 836 Main St. ror CROUP, COLDS, Wellsvllle. Ohio, IDIscuMlng and Disputing. says: "I ha4 pain In PNEUMONIA INFLUENZA A pelts ore used, they work up well and Mothers should keep a Jer of Blame Tapo the small of m back Discussion is often a helpful exernaturally bring the price of tho model aeotba eIve eunrenlenU W ben Clue p, UJuI tried to and when oat or meqaioaia. much lower than with he expensive cise o I be intellect. Disputes get M bend over It seiried salve nibbed well Into the sbroel. jahea asd aa tnougn my oavw sader we aras. wUl reUeve IM etoklag, break furs. u.iwnere. It Is a good thins; te argue would break. I suf eoageeUoa es4 promote testis! sleep. question on which we do not agree fered with awful headaches, too. BladA New Mttal Silk. with ethers, for that will help ui to der trouble made roe "Jeanne d'Arc" Is the name of a new see the truth, but dispute sever get us suffer terribly and my ankles were and lovely silk, so called because of Its Marerthe truth r to out another. It X swollen. used cttae ta etoee a discussion resemblance to chain armor. The fab Deaa'a Kidney PUla SOe. see' e4 MJe a U 4ng turn m erl4 WHl;'lt shew turning late aaa way cured toe.' rtc Is threaded with gold vr silver metaawtunlsa,-al and Is particularly mart wbea Set Beta's alAay AtlMNTiUrUake IIS a day. eellilW Uoldea mad Into a vestee for the 'tailored powMe strength Suark rtg IMenalBare tar ASST" rtoietebltea. Makes old PHWe.apcrk Use suit. This material comes In Mtel mr a ftftc.UMt Jlme, Send to nary Wue and la black, also. new! makes car start eaar ..,-.1.. V 1 .W. ..A sor w Vtvark tUtf IslaW. three-fourthollvc-prcss. wine-pres- Accept "Callfornln" Syrup of Figs only look for the namo California on tho package, then you aro sure your child Is having the best and most harmless laxatlvb or physic for the little Children stomach, liver and bowels. Full love Its delicious fruity taste. directions for child's dose on each bottle. Give It without fear. Mother I You must say "California." Adv. Tho Entire machine Is mounted on truck wheels to mnko It easy to move to tho trees or logs, nnd from cut to cut on a log without ttopplng the eru Hint. For moving on the road, the truck wheels nro placed pnrallel with the skids and the rig hauled straight y ahead. The wheels turn on n spindle. You do not hnvo to take them off, but can change direction of wheel travel by merely taking out a pin. Tho Ottnwn can be fitted for sawing down trees. It cuts level with surfneo of ground, thereby getting all tho timber nnd leaving no stumps sticking up. An nutomntlc friction clutch stops tho snw In case of unduo rcslstnncc. Two men enn fall forty to fifty trees n day In ordinary timber. The whole outfit Is compact, simple, durable against n lifetime of hard wear. It sells for n low price nnd is fully guaranteed for reliable operation In the hnnds of every one who hns trees to cut down nnd logs to work up. Full Information nnd low factory price to you can be had simply by addressing tho Ottnwn Mfg. Company, 2724 Wood St, Ottnwn, Kansas. two-wa- to Help Jesus. INTERMEDIATE Duty. PltlMAnv JUNIon TOPIO-Pet- TOPIC-- An Anfel Strength and John FaU Asleep us er TOPIC on 8ENIOn AND ADULT TOPIC-Jesuepends upon Ills Disciples. I. Christ's 8ufferlno (vr. ). 1. Tho place (v. 32). Tho garden ot 5 c a package 5 NOW c a package during tbe war THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! VV Old Favorite Tonic Laxative Well Known Women Celery King ). . i V5 - i THE RIGHT WAY In all cases of UseaShorf horn Bull Jne-i- se Boon-bor- 35-38-). Distemper, Pinkeye enza, Colds, etc.: t all horses, InlliT brood mares, colts stallions, is to "SPOHH THEM" their tongue or In the feed put Spohn'a Liquid Compound. Give the remedy to all ot them. It acts on the blood and glands. It routs the disease or expelling' me disease germs, it wara off the tronbla rto matter hovr they are "exposed." Absolutely free from anything injurious. A child can safely take It Sold by druggists, harness dealers, or sent express paid by the manufacturers. Special Agents Wanted. On Camp-bellsbur- 1 1 "-- Mrs. ..inif f 1 SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. GOSHEN, IK.a U. 8. A. r" ). YOU CAN MAKE MuN&YJN THE iREAT'TEXAS QUI FIELDS WITH(7oLC0MINQ TO TEXAS Br forming syndicate among your friends and procuring small tracts' of well located oil and gas leases In fifteen counties ot Texas and hold- Ing your leas-- s until more than 300 drilling wells In this area have been ' compieiea. a small investment ami one mat you will aneoiuxeiy control. WK1115 JfUK ? lUUL.AKa lUUAl. OIL. LANDS COMPANY First National Bank Bids. Fort Worth. Texas i UL,Li TEXAS GREAT SECRET OUT AT LAST Observing Intellect Has Discovered How the Brain That Names Sleeping Cars Works. June-Februar- To abort a cold and prevent com plications, take d c - p fever-Ishnes- the man who names the Pullman cars. To what storehouse of classical or historical lore did this mentality hare access, that he could exhume therefrom such nnmes names that seemed to mean somothlng, but yet just eluded analysis? I used to think I'd llko to meet that bird. But I've pegged him at last I lie's no giant Intellect at all. lie's just a pathological specimen one of these wrong-fon- t cases the medical Journals havo been discussing lately, whose cerebral or spinal connections seem to be crossed, Their handwriting goes from right to left It's called "mirror writing." Their mechan ism Is constantly In reverse gear. And bow do I know that tho nomenclator of Pullman cars Is one of these? SimWho Does? ply thus: "Here's a man who claims thnt s The sleeper In which I rode from Cincinnati to Atlanta tho other day knowledge of Greek and Latin la necwns named "KUmwoc I" Cleveland essary In order to write English cor rectly." Plain Dealer. "But nowadays who considers It necessary to wrlto English correctly?" Apportioned Conversation. Merrltt Dispatch. "I assume that your wlfo generally has the last word." Prepare the ground this fall for "Yes." replied Mr. Meekton. "Also the first word and most ot those In be- shrubs ond perennials to be set out next spring. tween." at the thought of the Intellectuality ot I used to be awed, writes Inobettn. Just Rats. For wont of a pled piper of name-lln- , the British board of agriculture Is using the next best thing to get rid of rnts and mice a bill. The houso of parliament tittered when tho bill was Introduced, says "A Londoner." The tlttcrers did not know that the rnt has been described as the most expensive animal maintained by man. lie costs In damages anything up to $200,000,000 n year ns much ns the whole government subsidy to the farming Industry. Ue spreads bubonic plague and other diseases among men and animals alike. lie Is of no earthly use except as a scavenger, and thero the remedy Is worse than the disease. The flat has gone forth; he must be exterminated wherever be shows his head In stacks, In granaries, in warehouses, In tho holds of vessels. Tho mouse, too, if less harmful, is Just as useless as his big relative and tho only living creature which will regret his disappearance Is the cat. A Banner Lye is easy mall-cipu- If you want to make good health a habit and coffee interferes, try a change to to use rollk-pa- Back Lame and Achy? POSTUM with a rich coffee-lik- e flavor. You'll find Postum satisfies without any penalty Boil for fifteen .ininutes after boiling begins. Dtlicicjts Two II . e the wholesome tableirink I'Uiua moap RtfrMhing. Economicml yus, ueually sold at Pottum Ctrtifa J Cc 15c and 25c a li'lhy ,.U ... DOAN' rC fr carWi eSkJsaLeewi. " t, OWINGSVIUB OUTLOOK, OHI MY NICE HAIR IS ALL FALLING , OW1MU&V1LLE. KY. S CATCH f INSECTS BY . SUCTION OUT aaSak WasBBBftvv-.- Hurryl - Let "Danderlne" save your hair and double Hi beauty. To stop falling hair nt once and rid the scalp of every particle of dandruff, " get a small bottlo of delightful at any drug or toilet counter for n few cents, pour n llttlo In your hand and rub It Into the scalp. After several applications the hair usually stops coming out and yon can't find any dandruff. Help your hair grow long, thick nnd strong and hecomo soft, glossy nnd ahundant. Adv. "Dan-dcrlne- 'THEN YOU'RE Gynopsls-Sta- cer A LIARI" - i Mrs. Ncxdoor How do you mnnnge to keep your cook so long? You've had her two weeks, Mrs. Skecmer I gave her some of those stylish narrow skirts to wear In tho kitchen nnd she won't he nblo to walk n block from the house till they're worn out. Fettered. Wallen, first mate of the bark Upolo, In the Is the sole survivor of Java sea. the crew, all victims of yellow fever. Ting Wah, Chinese sailor, last man to die, tells Wnllen he and five other Chinamen were sent Bam," aboard by "Drink-Hous- e character of Singapore, to kill him. This recalls to Wallen an Incident of his childhood which seems connected with the confession. While delirious, Wallen enters In the ship's log the fact ot WOMEN NEED SWAMP-ROO- T Thousands of women have kidney and bladder trouble and never suspect it. Womens complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or the result of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may cause the other organs to become diseased. Fain in the back, headache, bss of ambition, nervousness, are often times symptoms of kidney trouble. Don't delay starting treatment. Dr. a physician's preKilmer's Swamp-Iloot- , scription, obtained at any drug store, may be just the remedy needed to overcome such conditions. Get a medium or large size bottle immediately from any drug store. this However, if you wish first to great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and tet mention this paper. Adv. Something to Boast Of. "I'm not bragging or anything." "Yes, yes, go on." "But I do want to say that I have been n landlord for 17 years and In all that time I haven't had n single complaint filed against me by n tennnt." Bora Era. Blood-Sho- t Eye, Watery Jyes, Stlckv Errs, all healed DrnmDtly with tight ly applications of Roman Eye Ilalaarr Adr. his death and abandons the vessel In a small boat. Wallen's boat drifts to the Island of Arm and a Scottish trader there, MacKnlght, rnres for him. Learning that a ship la In port on the other side of the Island, twenty miles away, Wallen. though Unfit for the task, stnrts to reach It. He sets out but falls exhausted on the trail. There he Is found by a man and woman who are from the ship he was trying to reach, Mott, first mate, and Helen MacKay, a passenger. They convey Him to the vessel. The ship proves to be a small tramp steamer, tho Monlelgh, Captain Laynton. Laynton tells Wallen tho vessel hod been chartered by Wallen's father to find him, the father knowing his son to be In grave danger because of a feud between the elder Wallen and u notorious pirate. Ram Oulab Singh. Laynton also Informs him of the death of his father, explalnng that the fatality was believed to be an accident. Wallen Instantly associates his father's death with the Chinaman's confession on the Upolo. He takes over the charter of the vessel and sail for Singapore, Helen MacKay explains that she Is on a visit to an aunt In Sumatra. Wallen agrees to take her there. Just touching at Singapore, where he Is determined to fathom the mystery of Drink-HouSam's enmity. Ho falls In love with her. While looking over his father's papers, which Laynton had turned over to him, Wallen Is startled by the thrusting of a piece of paper beneath his cabin door. On the paper Is traced a human hand from which nil but the forefinger had been hacked away. He recognizes It as of sinister import, connected with the death of his father. At Singapore Wallen leaves the ship, alone, and visits Drink-Houdetermined Sam's to force from him an elucidation of mystery. the g bar-roo- se If iJ First Impression. "Well. I must he oil." I thought so the llr.st time I met Baltimore Aniericjh. CHAPTER V Continued. Behind tho bnr were two men, one of whom Wullen made no doubt, was Drink-Hous- e Sam, presumably, the proprietor a big man In shirt sleeves. Uie sleeves rolled to the elbows over arms, a man whose puffed, with fnee wus florid nnd hard-lined eyes close-seand whoso fallowhair, with llttlo white ing where the clippers had done their work too thoroughly, lontt peculiarly rcpelrent aspect to his general appearglint held for an Inance. A steel-likstant In Wnllen's eyes and vanished I Drink-Hous- e Sam of Slngnporel Wallen crossed to the bar, and con fronted the big man In shirt sleeves. "Are you the proprietor here?" he nsked. "The man the coolies call blue-vclni'- d t, close-croppes skin-spote his trousers' pockets clenched fiercely. This man before him, Just a few feet nwny with Just tho tnblc top between Sam nt Inst, them, was Drlnk-IIousthe man who know, the man ho had dreamed of night and day In his long convalescence at MacKnlght's as tho man who some day he would treat as he would treat n poison snakol Queer that ho was seeing that screaming, maddened wretch, Won Su, Jump overboard again. nis mind seemed to grow almost ghoulish. That flabby neck of tho man In front of htm was Drlnk-HousSam's, tho man who had loosed n pack fw of Chinese thugs upon In would his Angora sink? "Well, you got lockJawT growled Drink-Hous- e Sam. "This 'ere Upolo, you was sayln'?" "Yes," said Wnllen. nnd smiled engagingly. "It's n bit of n longlsh story, but I'll cut It short with a word yellow Jack cleaned her out somewhere In tho Java sea." "Huhl" snorted Marie. "Everybody knows that. Most of us can read, mister. Sho wns picked up by the gunboat Phyllis a few weeks ago; and a orrld mess she was, nccordln' to accounts." "Is that so? I hadn't heard she'd been picked up," said Wallen slowly. "But that's nothing to do with what brought me here. You knew a chink aboard her called Ting Wah, didn't you?" The thrust was unexpected, as Wnllen had meant It to be. Marie, with an Involuntnry start, leaned sharply forward over the table ; and then, with a clumsy attempt to cover his agitation, spoke viciously: "Say, what the 'ell you glvln' us? How should I know him?" "You don't know him?" ejaculated surprise. Wallen In "Never heard of him," declared Marie ; but the rat eyes were stealthily searching Wnllen's face. "That's strange," Wallen mused "I'm quite sure I nloud perplexedly. haven't made n mistake. Tho man was dying, of course, nnd pretty far gone, and talked thickly, but It wns Ting Wah that sent me to you. Wallen's lists in his pockets clenched "said you would a little harder know." "Did he?" Inquired Marie with a sneer. "And who nre you, mister?" "I'm Wallen Stnccy Wnllen, tho first mate, you know," said Wallen o o pocket and closed over his aatetantin COtKlWaW They woro crowding down th rom, closing In around htm now. INFtUIMZA Ho glanced quickly over his ahonldef to locatq precisely tho position of the KILL THK'COLD AT ONCE WITH rear door, should tt come to a row and Instinctively stepped back a pact BILL'S as n hulking, rnwbonod fellow, half drunk and carrying bli lfljuor belligCASCARA erently, lurched forward. "Illf 'e says that, wot we says Is that Vs a bloody hlmpostorl" the man truculently. "An' wot's more, wo doesn't like tho looks 39 Standard cold rmdy far .....ytirs . I. ..LI... .vi. r l.f-i -, .ui .a . u i. of 'Ira when ho comes In does we, inci.i up tuius ira at unif mates? An wot's more tyko thatl" nourartiicTra grip in aarm. Monsy back If it falls. Tta He mndo a sudden, wicked past nt genuine do nas a Kta Wallen's face. up. witn Mr. iiuia picture. A yell ot npplauso greeted the act k At All Drug Statu But the blow never reached Un mark Wallen had dealt too long and too Intimately with tho forecastle not to tho breed around him that was the forecastle's curse and tho curso ot tho better men who honored It. With by Often a quick sidestep ha evadod the blow, whipped his left In a lightning drive to tho other's chin, and, as the man Acid-Stoma- ch staggered backward Into the crowi Wallen lenped for tho rear door be-How can rona with a .our. Sfri Method of Snaring Vineyard Pest Is Being Used In 8tato of California. Romo of Mm" worst f enemies of the crops are mo'ths. As rnoths, thcfiiro harmless, hut the caterpillars hatched from their eggs are wholcsalo destroy- ttCoatefttal5lid1 Ohc Mothers Kfitv. Genuine Castoffer II EQUININE hlmow He" Drink-Hous- e ffPURE Pand delicious J ft J If JSP Ta It is ! n tory beverage Fine flavor and aroma and it is healthful. Well made cocoa contains nothing that is harmful and much that is beneficial. It is practically all nutrition. a most satisfao If Sam?" The other eyed him furtively. "That's me; Sam Marie, by rights," he admitted curtly. "What can I do for you, mister?" "Well," said Wnllen, lowering his voice, "I'd like a few minutes of your time, somewhere In private." "What for?" demanded Marie. Wallen leaned across the bar. "It's about the Upolo," he said The man stared at htm for a moment, n curiously mingled expression of cunning nnd surprise creeping Into shifty the small, black, eyes then he stepped abruptly out from behind the bnr, led the way to un empty table at the end of the room Sprang Up From Hit Seat by the rear door, and flung himself down Into a chair, earnestly. "I'm tho sole survivor; left Wallen followed, but remained stand tho bark In n boat nnd what's wrong, Ing on the opposite side of the table. Mr. Marie?" The florid face, a miserable fear "I cun't sny I call this very private," stamped upon It, and n grayish color, he protested. was staring "It'll do till I know more of your and tho man, business !" grunted Mnrle. "Tnko It or across the table. A fierce joy swept Ter- leave It. I ain't for sncakln' off with ! Wallen nnd then unenslness. his strategy had been the first stranger that comes In, and lmps, after hnvln' every last one of theo swine faulty. Drink-Hous- e here get to flgurln' I'm puttln' up some Snm was evidently sort of a deal to shanghai his particu- placing n far different Interpretation lar carcass. And sit down, mister on Ting Wnh's dying message than he, you're showln' more'n Is necessary of Wnllen, hnd Intended. And then, to your good clothes." Wallen's amazement, as abruptly as It was true. fear had come Into the other's face It Ills standing there after tho other was gone, and In Its placo was sudhad seated himself only served to den relief, genuine enough for all tho further attention. A crowd at the shrewd, cunning gleam of the eyes next table was already Indulging sotto that accompanied It. voce, In uncomplimentary and drunk-enl- y "Vou say you nro Wnllen, eh, the offensive remarks. first mater asked Marie craftily. "Yes," said Wallen composedly. "Now shoot the works I" prompted Drlnk-IIousHam. "What about this "Then you're a ilarl" Marie shouted Instantly nnd sprang up from his seat. 'ere Upolo?" There was an echoing creak of Wullen wus casting about In his mind for what to suy now. If ho could chairs as they were shoved back all pluy the limn, urouso the other's fear, over the room, the scuffle of heavy perhaps, or his curiosity thaf would be boots as men rose to their feet. Wnltaken by surbacked by fear, or hi cunning or his len, suddenly Interest 'sutllclently to get him some- prise, hastily pushed bis own chair where, alone without giving uway his back and stood up. Marie was laughing brutally now, own haud. Ahl Yes, he had It now. Helen but In a strangely hysterical way, In MacKay hud unwittingly furnished which relief again was dominant.. It him the lead with her laughing refer- puzzled Wallen but there' was little ence to putting his head Into the lion's time to think of that. The men from mouth. If he said Innocently that Ting the nearest tablo were pushing forward. , Wah had sent him I Drlnk-IIousSam would naturally "What do you chaps say to thatr conclude that the Chlneso accomplice Marie bawled out, pointing toward was still pluylng Into his hand, and Wallen. "This 'ere cove says he'a Walhad sent him, Wnllen, back Into the len, tho first mate of the Upolo, the power of thl murderer with bark you've all read about as beln' tho bloated face to complete the work picked up by the I'hylllsl" A chorus of derisive Jeers, oaths and that Ting Wuh, for souio reason or guffaws greeted the announcement. other, had been unable to accomplish. Wallen's hind slipped Into bis coat Wallen's hands that were thrust Into o hard-faceo rut-eye- d , ers. Every housewife Is lamentably fa miliar with tiio disgusting worm bo commonly1 found In tho cars of sweet corn that the buys for her tablo. Few cars seem to escape Its attack, while many are half devoured. This filthy crcaturo Is tno offspring of a moth that flics onlr In tho night time, snya the Kansas City Star. Often present In countless numbers In the cornfields, It flits about, laying Its eggs, one here nnd nnothcr 'there, on the silks of tho corn. Tho caterpillars, as soon ns hatched, And their way to tho growing cars, creep Unto them, and begin to devour the grain. Various schemes have 'been tried for trapping the moths. Pans of sweetened wntcr poisoned with cyanide of stomach, who I. constantly balchlnr. has potnsslum have been scattered about hind him. ncartburn ana sutrcr. from inaitaaiion nirt Ho reached It, but not before thei anrthlni but a bad brtath? All of thei In the field, to attract 'them. Lamps, pack of wolves, stomach dlnordars mean Just on thlnt were upon him Ilk to draw them hnve been hung over snarling nt him, tenting nt htm, theli BATONIC, the wonderful new stomach containing kerosene, tvf receptacles ramedy In pleaiant taitlns tablet form that breaths In his face, pounding nt him, yon eat Ilka a bit of candy, brlnta quick that the fumes might suffocate them. trying to trip him up, to throw him tc nllat from thtta stomach mlsirlea. EATON-IThcso nnd other contrivances have aweetins tha breath becauie It makaa th tho floor. tomach awaet. eool and comfortable. Try It captured man moths; but, for some throat Tho plnco was now in pandemonium. for that naaty taate. contested amoklng- and unexplained reason, nenrly all of them Again and again Wnllen's clubbed re- "heady feeling" attar too much may cauaa you wcro males. So what was tho use? If netlectad, a lot of volver rose and fell, again and again vousness, aarloua trouble. It leada to nerThe "browntnU" caterpillar for some headache. Insomnia, melancholia, Mot ahnt In nnd nut and still ha rheumatism, hi. iclatlca. heart trouble, ulfer and cancer of the atomach. It make. Its years has been causing n great deal of kept his feet; but he could not free mllllona of victims weak and miserable, trouble In Massachusetts, chiefly by himself long enough to get tho door lletleaa, lacking In energy, all tired out.pre-It scattering Its poisonous hairs, which about chroale open nnd then something seemed to often bring,age, a shortening Invalldlim, days. flont of one'a matura old about In tho air, get into people's Tou passion, added you need the help that BATONIC can glre clothing lend him added and engender a horrid rash. It you are not feeling as strong and strength. surprised well aa you should. Tou will be Persons have been made very sick by how much better you Snml It to see aa you begin taking will feel Just aa Tho faco of Drink-Hous- e soon this wonderful them and one man died. was Just out of reach Just out of atomach remedy. Oet a big 50 cent bos In this case, likewise, the parent from your druggist today. He will return reach. your money If you are not satisfied. moths nre night fliers, nnd efforts have lie flung two men from htm and been made to trap them by hanging arc lunged forward. If he could only lights over vessels of kerosene. Hero mark that faco I A bellow of fright again, however, those captured were from Mario greeted the savage on f lOR YOUR nenrly nil males. slaught nnd Wnllen's fist had smashed Tho worst enemy of the grape grow blink- tif.W MEXICO Geologlsta ot repute hae straight between the red llttlo boldly stated that In New Meilco Is to be ers In California is a minute insect ing eyes. The suddenness of the at found a continuation of the oil atructuree the "thunder fly," becnuse It ap produced Hanger and nurkburnett tack brought an Instant's pause nnd that have and the Oarber and Cushtng Tools called In greatest numbers In hot and In Texan In that Instant he had reached the door n Oklahoma, nig activity over the entire pears state. Derricks nre up, rigs are working. sultry wenther when thunderstorms and this time wrenched It open. 20 aero Placer OH Claims located and surare frequent. A man out there has New Oil leasee In New And then Wallen laughed, not plcas-nntl- veyed In eale. Mexico. next oil sensation. MexThta ico for The a suction apparatus, with a not clsftbed I. ynur opportunity to get In on the ground Invented nnd his revolver, e power blower, thnt Is placed floor. For Information write Edward J. now, swept the crowd. 14 Scarrltt Arcade. Kansas City. Mo. on wheels nnd driven through tho vine "I'll be out here somewhere In tho Agents Wanted Klbrographtc 8how Cards, yards, harvesting tho pests from the dnrkness." ho told them grimly as he beautiful, adjustable. Set tOc. cell vines ns It goes nlong. It Is said to backed nwny, "nnd the first mnn Uint Wm. Langdale. 223 Albion Tl.. Cincinnati. O. work very successfully. steps across the threshold Til drop the Airship Construction Complex. An even more remarkablo contriv way I'd drop a mad dog 1" Some Interesting facts regarding In Germany to capture They stnred at him, dogged, sullen, the work required in building a lnrgc ance Is used wholesale the "nunmoths" thnt devas but without a word until they could modern airship Is given in n recent tate tho forests. It Is provided with no longer sec him and then they Issue of the Kngincer, which stntcs him with catcalls, hoots, pro that the general problems of design two powerful searchlights that draw ap fanity and brave defiance. But no nn- - clnoely allied to those of nnvnl tho moths from miles away (the paratus being placed on too of n build' mnn crossed the threshold. although the airship de- Ing), architecture; and they nre further attracted He moved backward cautiously, mnk signer must be n highly skilled meside Ing no sound, edging always In a side-wis-e chanical engineer and also must hnve by n pnlr of arc lamps on either suddenly, to his n knowledge of textile technology. of n suction ventilator. An electric direction and ventilaown surprise and relief, whero he had For the work of construction, owing motor onuses the fans of the pro expected to encounter a fence or some to the multiplicity of parts required, a tor to revolve rapidly, thereby swallows an other obstruction, found Instead thnt very cfllclent shop organization Is ducing mothIntake of air that every approaching within a few thij renr of Drlnk-HousSam's gnve necessary. In n rigid nlrshlp struc they pass evidently onto only vacant ground, for ture, excluding the machinery, there feet Through the ventilator Into n wire net cnge. A single ma' hod now come out onto what was nre 20,000 different pnrtu, n total he chlno of this kind has been known to either n street or n lane. length of structur I material of 20 escape was now ns miles of wire, and more than 2,000,000 catch 100 pounds of moths a night But while his surcd, Wnllen was In no happy frame rivets. Desire for Frlenda Universal. of mind. He had yet to squnre acWhether we confess it or not, wo counts with Drlnk-Hous- o Sara. He ASPIRIN FOR COLDS all desire to be loved; however we had accomplished not only no part of may scoff at friendship, wo secretly the purtiose for which he hoa come, long for friends. But like every oth but had: worse still, probably put the Name "Bayer" is on Genuine er good thing on earth, being liked by thoroughly on his guard. But thfl nun others must In some way bo earned; VjTus still yoang a ad Drink-Hous- e night Aspirin say Bayer It has Its price, and must be bought Sam wis still there I Ho who will take no trouble to mako He ins not through with Drlnlc-Hou- i himself worthy of the liking and Jmm yet; the ill tuck of his first of his fe'dowa must In the end atte m changed matters not nt nil; find himself lonely. Exchange. he v.t(M never bo through with Drink-Ho,lnra until thnt murderous Much Dried Fruit to Australia. swet j a mission was on him again The United Stntcs has built up nn untlharfl nt on'y forced the secret Increasingly large trade in dried fruits ucr but had paid the scoro out i oi' with Australasia, especially with New betw.f tem ns well And this' tlmo Zealand, whero tho exports from the ho wtilw see to It thnt tho prlvncy of Insist nn "Raver Tablets of Aspirin their Interview was of bis own making, In n "Bayer package." containing prop United States have Increased from 8,Wallen mode n wide circuit of tho 825,5U4 pounds In 1014, to 0,205,028 Coldrf, rain, iicau place, which, owing co his Ignorance er directions for I.imibntro. and BheU pounds In 1018, or 177 per cent A nrh NpiirnlrMn. of the neighborhood, In which he lost mntlsm. NnmR "Itnvor" means ccnulne table In a recent report on foreign himself several times, consumed fully Aspirin prescribed by physicians for markets made by the bureau of marhalf an hour. nineteen years. Handy tin noses or xi kets of the United States department tnhletH cost few centi. Aspirin Is trade of agriculture shows that raisins are mark of Bnver Manufacture of Mono- - the largest Item In this total, prunes "Drink-Hous- e Wallen gets to ncetlcacldester of Snllcjilcacld. Adv. second, nnd apricots third. 4 rcc-ognl-o i ssin i ALCOHOL'S TEH iwii a1 . BAD BREATH Caused n.1 TWintln(M)iie5ti. f..iinMsandRestGofltatos' Signature' of jeroUDeSiXUm IMvr aV rir In X. tea? A Ifnr I t,fr,fi,IRpmedvfof. f - C nstPondDiaff Use For Over n, ftwrrishncssano. - IiX3ulUnttcrtfrrini5f4ncy- . fAnJorjC. Thirty Years CftSTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. EATONIC tl.00-IZ.0- When ;Children are Sickly MOTHER CRAY'S SWEET- - POWDERS FOR CHILDREN Used by Mothers are Constipated, Feverish, Cry out In their sleep, Take com easily, Have Uesdsches, Stomach or Bowel trouble, Try TBiOS XABK They nro pleasant to take and a certain relief. They act on the Stomach, Liver and Bowels and tend to correct intestinal disorders. 10,000 testimonials from mothers and friends of little ones telling of relief. No mother should be without a box of Mother Gray's Sweet Fowders for Use when needed. Atk At Druggists. The need of them often comes at inconvenient hours.; tor over thirty years Da Not Accept Any Substitute for MOTHER CRAY'S SWEET POWDERS. A Salutary Lesson. "You've been up In an nirplnncl" "Yes," replied the prominent citi zen, "nnd It did me n lot of good." "How was that?" "At an elevation of 7,000 feet In the nlr for the first tlmo In a long nnd active career I realized how little I really amounted to." Every Horse Owner who his ever tried o Cutlcura Soothes Baby Rashes. That Itch and burn with hot bnths of Cutlcura Soap followed by gentle anointings of Cutlcura Ointment Nothing better, purer, sweeter, especially If a little of the fragrant Cutlcura Talcum Is dusted on at the finish. 25c each everywhere. Adr. Both Right "Philip, I think you ranrrlcd me for money." "Well, dear, I believe I earned It don't you?" "Radical." The fellow who does thst it is by far the tiMi and most econom ical liniment for general stabler use. For strained ligaments, spsrln. harness sails, tweeny, wounds or olarge-Jg- F OIU 1UICS. "" tUW mu meats, it aires quick relief. It contains twice Mdnueh usual SO cent bo' At all dealers. will Liniment readily. admit Yager's YAG11 L1N1IV re-ca- rd not agree with ns. 0LDrAGE STARTS WITH Yd, Science earn that old age begins with weakened kidneys and digestive organs. This being true. It is easy to believe that by keeping the kidneys and digestive organs cleansed and in proper work Ing order old age can be deferred and life prolonged far beyond that enjoyed by the average person. For over 200 years GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil has been relievlug the weaknesses and disability due to advance ing years. Jt la a standard home remedy and needs so introduction. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Is inclosed in odorless, tasteless capsules containing about 5 drops each. Take them as you would a pill, with a swallow of water. The oil stimulates the kidney action and enih off the. poisons'! oldar? NewlitU as you continue tl completely restor capsule or two. eaA AL Haarlem Oil Q in health and vgoru. . of the disease. Do sot wait until old ag( have settled down for good.v sign that your kidneys are r properly, go to your druegiA box of GOLD MEDAL H Capsules. Money refunded JLUTCQ such JTUU. uui member to ask for the origlnaUuiiMrted uuuu jouuali brand, in iuea pack ages. 1 - ' Sam" too late. (TO BE CONTINUED,) To Utilize Tidal Power. In view of tho shortage of British coal for export purposes It Is reported A Repeater. Choice Recipe book free Walter BaKer 6 Colti. Esiablisfieduuu. "Dorchester Mass . RHEUMATISM the Inflamma Subdues Muatarlne tlon and Eases the Soreness Quicker Than Anything Else on Earth. Piv nnlv 3n rnta And ept a. hi? box Ot Begy's Muatarlne. which Is the orlKlnal mustlrd plaster and Is made of strong, substitutes are real, yellow mustard-n- o used. It's known aa the quickestof pain killer Instances on earth, for In hundreds it stops headache, neuralgia, toothache. earacne ana DacKacno in a nunuicn. If a sure. aneedv" remedy none bet ter for bronchitis, pleurisy, lumbago, and to draw the Inflammation from your sore feet there Is nothing so gcxxi. Vmi c real action with MustArlne It goes after the pain and kills It right off the reel. Tea, It burns, but It won't blls-i.- r. i rfnim't iMva affonlzlns- Daln a slaD on the wrist. It does give It a good healthy punch In tne jaw jt Kins pain, ask ior and get Mustarlna always In the yellow DOX. - r KING PIN PLUG TOBACCO i Known "that good kind" City it-- and as iBts uro endeavoring to supply power by harnessing the tides. For several Tlahuanaco, In Bolivia, Collection of years French sclentlllc men have de Ruins ot "Which Even the Incas. clared that this wus no fnntastic Knew Nothing. dream, and alrendy considerable data on the subject have been collected. In One of the numerous cities clnlmlng order to npply theso theories to the the title "oldest city In the world," test of practice, n small scientific com is Tlahuanaco, near Lako Tltlcaca In pany has been formed to curry out Bolivia A thousand years ago, any CMicrlments nt Ploomannch, on the the scientists, Tlahuanaco wns as dend Cotes du Nord. as It la todny, and that Is practically all that anybody knows of Its history. Even tho Incas, who hold a record for antiquity In South America, admitted to their first Spanish visitors thnt they knew nothing about Tlahuanaco, except that It was very probable that the stone Images scattered over th ruins were the people of tho city turned Don't blast your Liver and Into stono by some angry god. Bowels, but tike There would bo nearly ns much ot "Cascarets." the old city visible today as there waa In the time of tho Incas, had not tha stones been so attractive to the InYou men nnd women who can't get dians of nenrby villages. As It lftj feeling right who have headache, beautifully carved Idols have gone to decorate the door fronts of humble cot. coated tongue, bad taste and foul tages, and polished stones to prop up breath, dizziness, can't sleep, are bil chimneys and pave floors. The llttla ious, nervous and upset, bothered with modern village of Tlahuanaco, near the a sick, gassy, disordered stomach and ruins, Is full of stolen souvenirs. Ayhole colds. Are you keeping your liver nnd bow bouses and churches nre built of them. After several centuries ot this plun- els clenn with Cascarets, or shocking der the government of Bolivia put a your Insldes every few days with Cal ban on removing stones from the ruins, omel. Salts, Oil and violent pius7 Cascarets work while you sleep; they but there was then little left of old A few atone gods aa cleanse tha stomach, remove the sour, Tlahuanaco. huge and angular aa any deities of undigested, fermenting food and foul Egypt, the sites of a fortress, a' palace guses; take the excess bllo from the and many tombs, all vaguely marked liver nnd carry out of the system all by worn carved atones are scattered the constipated waste matter and poi over a great desolate plain. Yet frora son In the bowels. Cascarets never these battered relics with their cryptic gripe, alcken or cause Inconvenience carvings the archeologlsts hope some and Cascarets cost so little too. Adr. day to reconstruct the story of a mysUncle Ehen. terious people. "A man dot keeps talkln' "bout said Uncle Eben. "sometimes A Latin Lesson. Latin Professor (quoting) "I am, an urnrlaca you by de way he mana ass contrary to fact conditional sen- ages to make a purty good speech oa mighty aura auuject." tence. Voice But that's, net contrary tj Constipation I tnerstlr IndleaUe dlsortlwas fiet Boston Poor, stomaoh, ilar suit bewela, Wrlsbfa Indiaa I'llls reaiors rtsmarur wiibvui iripias. "t. . CITY HAS LONG BEEN DEAD that French scientists and Industrial He You know I love you will you marry mo? She But. my dear boy. I refused you only a week ngo. He Oh I wns that you T London POOR Opinion. He Rebels. T don't get tho Idea." up ENGLISH PLACE-NAME- S WILL NOT USE GERMAN DYESi Real Reason Why the Red Trouserrfl of the French Infantryman Have Been Discarded. "Hugh?" "Can't see that an anecdoto Is bound to be good Just because It la hltehed onto a senator." Louisville Courier Journal. Drawing the Line. The Judge So you claim you robbed that delicatessen store because you were starving? Why didn't you take something to eat Instead of stealln. all the cash out of the register? The accused 'Causo I'm a proud man. Judge, nn' I make It a rule to pay, for everything I Pessimistic and In Many Cases Derogatory Appellation Given for No Apparent Reason. TORPEDOED! eat Affinity. "I should think It would take ense." Natural horn "For what?" "To stabilize anything." CINCINNATI MARKET8. Hay and Qraln. Corn No. 2 white $1.6001.62, No, yellow $1.4001.01. No. 3 yellow $1.40 1.48. No. 2 mixed J1.470L4D, No. 3 mixed $1.4401.40, whito ear (new) $1.3301.37, yellow ear (new) $1,340 1.30. will know why l you wn sWL A Couldn't Hurt That Toad uau aWUIaVflW rn 111 uiui uoi aw fJIO UU1UA FRECKLES i. b if AW ai E3Sc5S! ..... wsiii jl TO SHINE, A COLD STOVE jt'-- .. Xal mMastna sinyLrsinn cell of lime and atone, to fit tt aauvly, ana plastering to prevent the adauhv No Wlfa far Him. lon of air. Sixteen years afterward "Thta coat was wa4 by seaie aaa- a gap waa mat In the wall so that carts could patV throajrh. Tha toad t(sBetal girl. I ,fewd a fwtjlag Beta oae of flrat. It nam crttai of people .U'NortU-niBriftari- waa found, alive. Torpid atmad 1U hi "Old youthe poefcttV wrlterl" wr tj ta Ewrland, In 171)3 a at oh was aoonctlYe. so that It "Not I. Tho cuvwm Meriy bm4 "wantealy way tcjjrplla of'atoiwa and mason, Mr, ifcirVe'-Wllsoi" ta a wnH . Iwj, waa aawd ea." 'Aere Were erUal hum taiKW-- waA the buttoas teimuredl LeatevtNa wttimtfliii. air. :mmmn There tq many surprising stories about toads, observes I'hlllp Hale, edl tor of the "Aa the World Wag" cot-vIn Boston Herald. Here l one of them, tak's frotca book containing tba Sound Hay Timothy per ton $200 30.76, clover mixed $20030.25, clover $29033, Oats No. 2 white. 78K 070c, No. 3 white 78078tfc, No. 2 mixed 78e, No. 3 mixed 7OV4077HC. Butter, Eggs and. Poultry. Butter; Whole milk creamery extras 75c, centralized crpamery extras 73 He, firsts 70c, seconds OOHc, fancy dairy 07ft Eggs Extra firsts 74c, firsts 73c, or dlnary firsts 70c. Llvo Poultry Fowls 4H lbs and over 25c, under 3H lbs 10c, roosters 10c, ducks, white, 4 lbs and over, 32c, young turkeys, 8 lbs ana over mc Live Stock. Cattle Shippers $10.50014.05, batch er steers, extra $11.25012.50, good (a Harnessing tha Torrents, waa punished la 1681 for playing on f lair bagpipe before a bridegroom on a Sun la Switzerland almost every rneaa- choice $10.25011, common to goM (1(2210: heifers, extra $11012.60. day, Among the w eaten, KJUabett tala torrent baa Its electric plant, the common to to choice $6011, Mills was brought Into court for scold-Is-? current often being carried for wan; $008.50: cows extra Wjej!0.&9, and drying fish oa the Lord's da. mile far lighting and power purpose atockera rood to chelce bis-self- ." Ves-sub-l Tho red trousers of the French army , For n people upon the whole cheery and possessed of much homely philos- nro to be no more. There Is n politico) ophy, tho English have shown a sur- nnd economical tragedy about ltvltn prising amount of pessimism in their wnicn very icw people uro lurnumr. a Tho orlglnntor of the red tronseri" remarks choice of Cnnndlnn soldier now In England. Withal, their Mount I'leasants nnd the "reform" by n desire to helijf Starve-crowtlve cultivation of madder roof Starvcacrcs, Coldharbors, nnd so forth. Hut for stark pes- the Dutch and Italian rivals. But then came the araei simism, tho writer knows no place-nam- e to bent tlmt of n northern farm- ninnn discovery of the allza stead situated at the exposed end of nnd In less than ten yean 1870 nnd 1878,, the prodjcU a bleak, unkindly valley which seems much colder and more der root in France snr heights. to 600 tons, and then foggy than nny of the nenr-bTho name Is Had End simply. One This was a great,Gerrn of Its occupants was hanged, but so ertbeless, tho army XrJ far as the nnmo goes this must have to be dyed red, only tty been effect rather than cause, for tho had to be libpo,rttir banging was recent, while the name It .evidently required n antedates the oldest Inhabitant's recol- put an "lid to this bumllUTtloa,' V lections. Cackle street, Dnrwell IIolp, Old Hole, Dugshlll, ropplnghole. Frog-holEntirely Incredulous. rigstrood, IMatnlx, Kltchenhour. Itnn make you young' again," said " Ornndturzel, Little Nineveh, Tubslake. the doctor." Urownbread street, are a few merely "T don't believe It," replied Fanner a recalled at random, Corntossel. old "I used to think I was and all to be met with In a day's Jes' as young ns anybody when I was mnrcb nlong tho beautiful Su dancln' the tango up to the town ball. border country. Montreal Herald. But It didn't nmount to nothln', an' I don't believe the doctors Is gola' to Faith and ingenuity often fake the do any better helpln' mo fool myself than the. dancln' teacher did," place of tho hired man. place-name-y ' -J- - t .V.' e, placo-nnme- tsex-Ke- AHedthrBtaildfhg Food H r , ik-- : T U,J4J ; K -I aa ad .. ajrv ' i, fKap-Dauret- t. taa(ja(aa(ar ' Mkw QpulstrBil temo Your s It - mm IMOMTm.inaE and feeaars HOUM. S4M.I, Wis. $18.75010, fair to Caas atfsj $t4 018.75, commoa and large H Pra IVJ.Ist,oasilyond.riw 'Jl'.l'faV.Ol ;' v . aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaP-ssi.-BamaBaBiBBaaaaF tyes 1 Balppeaa heavy Selected gooa to ojretee paraers m butchers $13.60. me4lwa J 18.5. easN moa to chotco Heavy ,lat sows aaat Heat shippers M. yim (11) Ha Faar hsssj; ii ijft,' ? Hon sia.ou, lit'i ; i4t . V '1 ll(J . f a I ' . . Miss Mcdn VliinM'r : r tho Greenwnda . . . 1 1 ; rr:. ' - ,1 W yf ' tr to nctTif "..n gsville, Ivy., I'..,:.. matter. LOOK'S subscription - ' r Salt Liok, visiting friend n Mrs. Snrnh K .ud stopped with her brother GoorgcHSwnrti Friday nlirht en route to her u i 'liter s Mrs. rtlc Oaylor nt St 'hsr!.s, Vn. daughter M. Nellie Fiteh i.udn Ml' H,cr' wprc "hol'l,inK in months Three months Six .year follows- W. K. Jnewon, wife and little son M)ro,)0n(1 Snl.ml tind Sunday. $1.25 Tom l'rnix .wife and little daughSeventy eenti ter tif Shelby, Ky., visited his fathct .....forty ccnti W. l'cnix nnd wife Sunday. . ,,', 0. Owingsvillc, B, THOMPSON, -- - Kentucky. THURSDAY, DEC EMMCff 4, HUH. LOCUST GROVE (Delayed.) Walter Croueh mid family visited relatives on Dry llidfte Snturdny nty't nnd Sunday. Willio Ilondrix, wife and daughter lltle Miss Fnris were in Flemings-bur- g Friday. Mrs. I. B. St.irks and daughter little Miss Georgia Almcdu arrived Friday to he with hrr mother, Mrs. Georgia Riddle nnd the twin Newel Vane and Jewel Hlii'ne. who had heen Mr. Stnrb here for two month. ha sold his plsce near Finger. Teun., and will join his family later. Jack Stone and family left Sunday fnr Cineinnati to make their home. Kspy moved into the houe whieh had hetn vaeiitcd hy Stone. e Alonzo Linton and wife, of visited Aut Stone Sunday. Step-cton- PEBBLE (Delij.vnl.Ji. Some few from here' nttended court at Fleiuingsbuig Monday. to Jolih (larrell doe-n- 't The other any of hi illne- -. sirk nre 1":ii nicely. Mnvi h viiited hi brother , of Tilton, from Thurs-'l- i ei "j. ! .Mr. Ocar Whitt, of Hitcheu, .spent Saturday and Sunday with her fiithrr Mr. Leonard M"Nubb, of near here. John Chirk and family moved into Fleming county, visited the Intter's their now home recently purchased ".father John Onrrctt Sunday. front Bill Davis, one day last week. Bradshaw Sattcrflchl, who has R WHITE OAK been visiting his parents Mr. amt 'J) Mr. John Satterlleld while on fur to lough, returned to enmp 'her Saturday. er lb. at 0' .Mrs. Claude Wilson, of North t w at the Middletoivn, visited her bouv mother i j Monday. V house belonging to Alv;n ling. and oecupicd by Ilerbie Mnddot destroyed by lire lost Wednesday. Mr. Mnddox and family weiv away from home at the time and lost all of their household good by t!ii fire. T. D. Anderson, '. W. Iletidrix nnd wife nnd Carroll Woodnrd and wife iitcd Mr. and Mr. T. J. Bailey, ot Mt. Cnrniel, Sunday. ' los Colville, of Mudoek, visited fcis )arents Mr. and Mrs. Franeis r,un( '; if A C. C. Calvert so d n wagon load of corn to C. W. Mnddox for $35. . T i .loan a. oicpncnx ana laiimj, oif near vShcrburne, visited the hitter's parents Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Calvert hore Saturday and Sunday. Marion Stewart nnd family, of STEPSTONE Jessie Carpenter and Miss Annie Wilson, both of this place, were married in Owingsvillc Saturday. The jrroom is n son of Roe Carpenter nnd ami the bride is n daughter of L. D. Wilson and wife. They are nice j SALT LICK young people and wewhh them a There wns quite a number of peo happy life. Cassity continue ' 'Ic from Owingsvillc nnd Snlt Lick Mrs. Virgil leathered at the home of J. H. War- poorly. Charlie Pavne, who has the ty- - rcn nt farmers on huniloy, tlio B.Jhi iihold fcter. is some better. His wife of November and spent the day. Mr. WaiTen nnd wife were nt their best who has nine been very sick, is betis entertainers and everyone present ter. Mr. A. II. Thoinnsson nnd chil- so enjoyed the dny that they were dren, of Ashland, is visiting her sorry when the time came for them to mother Mrs. Cnllie Ragan. Mrs. leave for their several homes. Mr. li. C. Clayton nnd wife, nf St. Tluminsoin's little son Robert, has Albim, W. Vu., have returned to tluir been very iek the p'sst week. Mr. Hntten's little son has home afler spending several duys visiting with Mrs. Clayton's parents' been very sick. Mrs. Clayton is Miss Klim Maxey and Miss Ruth nnd grandparents. Evans visited Robert Wilson and the sister of Mr. II. C. Craig our efficient and obliging assistant. R. family at Spencer the pnst week. J. M. Steele visited Roc Wells and agent. Misses Mnrthn Rnsnie and Mamie family nt Owingsvillc last week. Mrs. ?uo Jones is visiting her Razor spent the Thanksgiving Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Cardaughter Mrs. Frank Young at Owpenter nt Spencer, Montgomery ingsvillc. county. Mrs. A. li. Wyntt visited her mothMarried at the .Methodist parsoner and other friends at Owingsvillc age by the Rev. Oodby, Mrs. Howell the past week. and J. R. Hall, a piano tuner of Lexington. .Mrs. Howell has mud'! this PRESTON Mi--. Charles Barton, of Dayton, place her home for a number of years Ohio, is visit Mur her sister Mrs. John and has made many friends who wish her happiness. Reid. Miss Jennie Norville spent T'mnks" Thomas Heath, of Fincntlc, Ky visited his uncle Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. giving day with friends at Mt. SterSor-wifar th furm nnd will mow there March 1st, 1020. Water is soiling at $450 per lbl in Louisville, nut (hen a person tied net he surprim. at anything in tli irohilntion times. Miss Klfenltcth May, of Plum Liek, visited hor sister Miss Ocrtmde May Saturday and Sunday. Claude Foley, of Flat Creek, who rceontly sustained a broken leg in an iceident, is able to lie about with Hit ise of erutehes. The pio supper hero Saturday light wns attended by a good-sir.e- d rowd, the net proceeds were $14.80. !The supper nt Lane's schoolhoitsc Friday night netted $02. Win. Lcdford, of Carlisle, was hore lst weok and purchased Patterson o and Shroiit and Patterson nnd rell's erops of t(diaeeo at 05c per lb. Dr. II. J. Daily yet, arHsle. Thursday in Mrs. .1. L. Byron wns in Lexington Wednesday. J'rs. C. R. Brother was in Mt. Sterling Monday, Miss Lucille Vice returned lo hr Don'tsi id your Chnntmafi money for trifles. Go to J. II. Brown's school at Dsnvllle JIonMaj. Mt, Sterling:, Ky., 13 Bank St, and buy yourself ono of those flne W. D. Bailey is still oogfiirdto hli hut is goltlnjc sfdjf batter. Vie Blbomflold, of Wmehotsr, wns h"rc ont day Inlt week on business. OR PHONOGRAPH, OR SINGER SEWING MACHINE, nome-lhiworth while. What i homo without music? And how can Mr. nnd Mr. J. D. Conner Imve rented rooms at Mr. and Mrs. John jany woman keep house without a Singe" Sowing Machine? AH klnrls or s- win;r machinrt3 iapnirej. GMIon's. Terms: Cagli, or ivment if you w;?!i. Br. Adeline BoW; , of Cynthiunii, spent the week-with her niece, Mrs, Edftflr Denton. Rtport of tho Condition ot , Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dny have reSALT LicK fJEPOSIT ANK turned from n viit to relatives at Morehcnd nnd Sundy Hook. y dohur Imslnisn'nt the town of ' Sail Lick, County of Until, Stntc of .J Kelly Hnriier, of Catlcttshurg, of bimiimss on 17 dny of Novumber, 11)111. at IU spent the Thanksgiving holidays with RESOUnCEShis mothor, Mrs. Hlln IIar)er. Mrs. L. D. Brother ! .$175,52,-3-4 rctnrntd Loins and Dtatfoiints 'tome aft.-- r a visit to her s'ster. Mrs. Ovirdraft; weurwl nd unsocurcd ... 1,121.60 Stocks, Bonds nnd other Securities Leslie MeConnick nt Lexinton. 00,400.00 45,830.52 Mrs. E. II. ftocdpnster, Miss Angii Duo from Bunks 8,030.1H Young Jackson nnd Mix Louise Cash on hnlid Bunking House, Furniture nnd Hi turos . 2,500.00 I'rewitt were in Mt. Sterling CHRISTMAS THJ1EE GOOD FARMS FOR SALE AND HOUSE AND LOT IN OLYMPIA PIANOS OR A PLAYER PIANO, FARM NO; I Consist of 170 acres on Slnle Creek In sight of Owingsvillo and joining the Kwing estate. Two ' new house nnd a new tobacco barn. This is mbstly new limcstono Broun 1 thnt has never hern tended nnd worn nnd is fine for tobacco. nr Cosists of 118 ncrcs on Hoso Bun creek rind ns the Isnne Shrout plnVo. It has a very good house and lnrfje tobacco barn, double cribs 'nnd slock barn nnd is extra well fuieid with woven wirn nnd joins the Hamilton pike. k FARM HO. 2 ii l.no' Krn-tMnk- ioe FARM NO. 3. CoilsintH of 40 acres nnd lies joining both tho Hamilton pike and the Owingsvillc & Olympia pike nnd lies jiut opposite the O'ympia school house. It has three largo par or nevrr failing water and only nbout five ncrcs cleared nnd i tn used for hog lot nnd cow pasture It is but no hni'dliijrs except hog houses and ono corn crib. hn-bwell-fenc- - HCUGF. AMD LOT IH OLYMPIA. A nine room house with u good stock bam and pike running into it. A good crib nnd wo&j hoiMn and smoke house nnd n douglo garngo for two cars. Saw-nl stone walks nil over the place and n new electric light plant installed. This is nn ideal home and should go with No. 3. This is only three miles from the Olympinn Springs. There is no lease o'i imy of this property nnd it is nil in the oil territory nnd may M.m-day- Jotnl .oo.aio.fii 30,000.00 10,000.00 5,870.2-- prove valuable from that source. Will sell worth the money nnd mnko terms to suit tho CLYDE YOUNG, Olympia, r. Mr. Watt Peters, who hits been 'onlincd to her home with pn"ttnioniit for ten days, is thought to V .uncli better. Ed Thomas has secured a with a tobacco redrying company at Mnysville and will spend the winter n that city. Miss Agnes .Taylor, who has been 'he guest of Miss Ida Belle Brother for the pnst week, left today ror h. r home nt Ashland. Felix Vice, having sold his farm icnr Bethel, and hi farm in Fleeing county will sell his pcrsotii'll' md move to Mt. Sterling. Bud) Wm. MeKinley Hart of tlympin, this county, ha just return-i- l from service in France ad s now visiting W. I). Bailey and family, of po-'.ion LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid 'in, in cush Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less expenses nnd taxes paid Deposits subject to check $251,200.24 Cashier's checks outstanding $ 00.00 Due Banks and Trust Companies Bills Pnynblc Total STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF BATH We, J. H. Campbell and Allen II Points, President and Cashier of the above naiind Bank, do solemnly swei r that the above statement is tnu lo the best of our I;iioi ledge e.nd beb'el. J. H. CAMPBELL, President. ALLEN II. POINTS, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me ths 23 day of November, 1019. My commission expires Feb. 23, 1021 WM. II. WILLS, Notary Public. Ky. 251,200.24 351.23 2,870.90 $300,310.01 Report of the condition of BETHEL BANK doing business nt the town of Bothel, County of Bath, State Kentucky nt the close of business on 17th day of November, 1019. RESOURCES of Loans nnd Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Stocks, Bonds nnd other Securities Due from Banks Cash on hand' Checks and other cash items Banking House, Furniture nnd Fixtures Total., lleat'i ! and .Mrs. Frazier, of near here, the past week". 111., Sam Johnson, of Divernon, came Wednesday to visit relatives here and near here. Ramsey I'crgrem, of Winchester, visited his parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Pcrgjvm Thursday. Roy lint field, of Columbus, Ohio spent Thursday with his mother Mrs. John H.itfield and was aeeonipanied , ,f b ,is bt M Mi . ' week. Lee Sluirpsburg, visited Mr. Mrs. the Mr. and pat (lilvin, of c. : 1 ."!) 1- .'for k Report of tho Condition of is visiting ling. CITIZENS BANK Mrs. Carrie Bates is visithig her Ms father and mother, Laban T. Hunt nnd wif, of upper White Oak. daughter Mrs. R. C. Jorden at Olive doing business nt the town of Shnrps burg, Counl.v of Bath, State of nd other relatives and frvud of the Hill. at the elose of business on 17th day of 'November, 1010. Mrs. T. J. Evans Was shopping in county. Ho wUI return home next week. RESOURCES Mt. Sterling one day the past .week. Kentucky's Loans and Discounts sergc-inSandlin, Mr. and Mrs, E. L. Kercheval and . $78,1)10.38 c children, of Lexington, spent the j;ii:tiii.vi itit...ill;..., ...iOverdrafts, secured and unsecured 3,370.12 Thanksgiving holidays with Mrs. Way and Monday in tho interest oi Stocks, Uonds and other Securities .... 00,003.00 Kereheval's parents Isaac Shouso (Moonlight schools. He made n siiiech Buy from Banks ... 05,503.58 Rit a gathering at Miss Carrie and wife. Cash on hand 5,732.40 School at Wvoming Monday. D. V. Lagrew, wife and ehildrer Banking House, Furniture nnd Fix tures 7,181.18 who are in Lexington for the winter, Mrs. Ida Elliott, sons William and Other not included uu ler unv or above heads 30.50 came up for Thanksgiving, returning lack and daughter Mrs. Julia Teiinw, Total $251,300.10 Sunday alteriioou. left for the hitler's home near Kani (LIABILITIES Mrs. B. F. Cochran, of Bunting sas City Wednesday of hist week. ten, W. Vn., came Monday to visit Mrs. Elliot and sons will proba'ily Capital Stock paid in, in vajAi .... 15,000.00 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bates. Mi. make their homo in Kansas City. 3,550.00 Ltiuisn Cochran, whti hns hper.t the Prolits, lr , recuses and taxes paid ' Undivided 1,502.41 who Mrs. Barbara Zimmerman, Deposits subjee' t W23,(i02.38 vck lies, year in Kentucky will nccom stricken with paralysis at her ; Cashier's cheek- pan.v her home to nding 00.00 wmttr wis 223,002.38 $ home at ' foot of the hill on the Duo ""ompanicf. Banks and '. in Huntington. 2,051.37 Sham-Jinike nnp ditv last week. ' Mr. Mynes Huntington, W. Va., Total.. $251,300.10 ' ' is belie" improving slowly. STATE OF KEKTUCf 'v uns an over- -' visitor in town. James S'li Garden City, Mo., COUNTY Or BATii nme last her only i'v!"r brother, . r'THRY M00HVc. O. M. Ratlin and 'Inm?, Vice President and Cashier of the V. Arolhcr big tidi In L'cking river week to bo with herdurin.r her . ; ojiamwl Hsu!;, do si 1 . ify swe ir that the above statement is' tnn. finl much corn and other provender ness. .I Ken-.uckt ii.-jNix-loir's . I his town. Alva Hunt, of Illinois, $78,724.04 3,298.19 47,743.00 1,940.09 2,428.87 08.33 .... 4,100.00 .$138,309.72 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in cash Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less expenses nnd'tnxcs paid Deposits subject to check $100,091.: Time Deposits $ 9,000.00 Due Banks and Trust Companies Totnl STATU OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF BATH ;, $15,000.00 5,500.0ft 1002.06 100,091.25 9,090.00 420.41 $138,309.72 We, W. II. I'ieratt'nnd W. L. Vouch, President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly sweaithnt the above statement is true td the best of our knowledge and be liot s VW. II. PIEKATT, President, MV. L. CBOUCII, Cashier. Subscribed and swum to before me this 20 day. of November, 1919. Jiy commission expires Apr. 7, 1923. LUTHER rjEKATT, Not." y f'ublie. .mi mb. u i .w.-- t tirri IX. JL KJ , 'I'Mi. ij r ML I , ' . - LI 'nam -- ; 'other ent hist Mrs. Li- - Wells Ins some better o week. .Mrs. i :lhiess .11.111, ,, V irf , ot. i Me best of ou knoivhjjc and belief. ' A innPT fit a a a E lilt s m i a'vVp v 1 il-- 1 ;. I I I I I I i Mojrc's Ferry t !: Bchert Ihuor ry low with ty- Fred K. Hamilton, of Ashland, vjs iJiotd fever. jo were oid a caller in Preston Sunday. mud. All" rt Spenco somewlml hettcr James Jackson, of near here, is . )11 Snedegar hi;iouly ill at this of hi illness. time. E'l Statcn, of Lee count' oil licKls, or pound. Colo Jackson, of Olympiu, visited ndgell nnd wifA iiis parents David Sta'. i and Preston Sunday. ) Edd Hatfield was i u Owiiig-ivillWm. wU i imv days la-- t v.'e.-k- . " jdingh ; v' F.iiinrs ore busy stripping uj business Friday. There arc several good small Barber crops here, and at Midland. ODESSA . nmdsay returned Int Babbits are plenltful but no quail The parents' dny exerciso hero was jiut a iiriMraeted visit in the splendid nnd J. Tyler Davis gave a here. 4:It friend, nnd relatives. Your scribe wns in Oiviug-vill- s last good talk. "il Gnrner rteurned last week Don't forget that Bro. II. S. Fiek-li- n Tuesday and culled at the Outlook iiy, Mo. He nj the wcath will preach heio next Sunday. office. disagreeable there, M There i a great deal of siekn's The last time this year. .pro. A telegnun aimouncmg it Hog killing is tho' order of the here. A wedding soon. efdl spll coming iva the cause of day here. Ask Clara and Ada they can tell you. s return to a climai thnt was bet- Dr. II. B. Anderson, wife and two 'or suited to his I'lothis. j children, of Shawhan, visited M. A. det a Columbia O.eur Barber's lit il,- - bov hn had fjonirn - nml fiunilv nml V T ImU. Orafanolu the diphtheria. of world in grapho-phuiicior.'s family from Snuday till Tuw- - standard For the by ale ilay of last week. WHITE SULPHUR E. L. & A. T. BYRON Miss Etta Anderson has t.vphoic Havo received a c:ir luad or Ka H :uiH that evi rj body is anxious (lood was 4 t The recent fuvor i'l'iui"! to t!i" i.inJ .'or tho solnnvha salt in barrels. t'i 'higher 'ian the iorim-rVan Jones nnd wife, of Mooreficld, WALTEK YOL'NO COAL CO. diers' monument. J. ' !,v " ! 'uyton (S!. .lir) hevis.'tt'd Frank Jones and J. L. IinHil.in.i Cotnrilnv ,,i..!if ...... ...... mii v. iter nui""'- - Itere. migratom.1... . i, .ia j ...n... DENTIST ih' aractoristies ot' some , M. A. Garner and family; Odd .nls., Oudgell and family ;Olicrt Gamer and Office E "ott Euilcini?, Main St., ' tiftil now case of moaslos. f mily and Eihl darner nnd family, a,. Kuhon Holland is very ill. OWINGSVII.LE, KY. Thanks-givin- g nd W. A. Studcgur spent yorl hojs killisl liiT- - last week. with W. A. darner and family, All kinds of first-clas- s Dental '"TOn tripisUK in full Must. of East Fork. work done with standard mate is out again. loa K" rials. Snecial forms of hri'dows li' was hero Friday r4 SLATE VALLEY and plates made to complete a Miss Sally Lathram visited friend, full set of teeth for all classes of wen is reenvuring from Have your teeth extract- v ..orforwed in and relatives at Salt Lick last week, cases. Mrs. . O. Iraylnr and Mrs. Car- - eu without fain. Free examina- ei'o. t will soli TJiiviu"; tion and consultation '' ' y worthless roll Snedegar are on the sick list, The furmetx here got in several . days stripping tobacco last week. .rick'-- , ciiihlrcii ' " liph. John Conyor.s visited his sihter, 'fiieria. ' Bov. Y. M. Welch's chili .en have Mrs. Orvil Lowrey, at Lexington, last "A week. "nicalejj. Say Hiijon Lady Who, On tl(&-to- r's C700PS OLYMPIA Advice, Took Cardrf A good p.' cm. of the "hog er p Mrs. Olive J. Stull and little And Is Kvw Vc!l 'laughter Frances, and Iih Florenoe has been killed. No tobacco from this section has Stated, of White Sulphur, arc guests IHxaon, Tenn. "About 10 yer eau t friends Imou placed on the market for the and relative bcre. t was .. Bay-- . Mrs. J. 13. Gndd, ol sale, Clay Jnrvis, of Slinrp'"y spent this pliico. "I suffered villi a pIn la A'm. Cnywood and wife, of III! last !Jundny as the guest of his my left side, could sot sleep at night now, are vUiting hrother-in-lnrehitive near with this pain, always in tho le.V Young. Clyde tttnten, of Ashland, visited pnurpsliurg. I Jo... Burt Curl is moving this week to nts M. L. Staten and wife. My doctor told mo to use Cardw. Kate Costigun has gone for the nrupcUy he bought near Wade's took one Lottl, which helped me anfil ' M.ll, Clark ceunty. a(. i)u'.')i's viit with her son Herbert aftar my baby come, I was stronger America only! is tho cry of a good and bettor, hut tuo pain was stU family at Mitysville. Qbptigjin and 1) Swartz spent ThankKiving many ocilled tttutumeii,. but ac- there. first let It so, but began to tr I at mother Mi. Oeorge Ann cording to the service they have wealc nnd in a condition, One-gris- t rendered, they whould change their to I decided to try Mimo more Cardui. wblou I did. irk, wife and ilttle duugh- - cry to "salary only." ' cow, This last Cardui I took matt' Mrs. George Iticlmrd-o- n has boon me much oettar, lawhich cured mo. It of Huntington, visited act, I i'.j.vi. riouiJy ill tin vutc;-- il extra-goo- d bas been a nuatwr of years, etiU V 1 rjwikgiving. have no return of this trouble. bwurlr. and little son, with pneuwoniii. I fool it waa Cardui that cured Juh. O. Spmtt and wife will movo onjpv. b c?-sltal her mother Mr. and I rtcouimcad it as a splendid If Forty-thret- ) to Mt. tSerling th! week for the mole tonic" ., no luiv Don't allow yourself to bccoB. Coyle is sick at winter where .Mr. Sp.ru tt ha i, position with the r'urtaer Tolnicifo weak and luastoi.a fiQni toumii)) trouijltg. T'io Ce.n.ul. U siieuld ur fe and little von, Warehouse. ly help you, as it o.utany thou J. It. Vice miij fumily moved here iiasdc ot tt.hi'r .... n I.'. 4l lie.C-.4li- j. ,i(fei:eb last week from Bellini ont the farm i !. hid family. .' rx. h.jkI ql ' Flannery, recently purchased from A. S, nrroue." . r'j.' lr tr iw Kmi oj Bridges.Stevens has pumnuHed lle k(uui. mi) nut, yum Ail upi Alf amy family farm ueur llowurds "own as IH-t- i.. i Coi-ibm- . -tui-esrj re-y- o. s, s half-inteis. i s . - Jo'pph Fi' Mr. , . ,lii,in I'ov Jennings, lin,tn '.('king -- '.wnn.fi x'' 'ICT OFFICERS Knight' i j iiiaius M im..ng to urcei t' phuv at his home. i DR. Maceiibies pt',' ir. "' Owintsville T Ot met in re ght and electeu view last Tuesdu. the following officer: for the ensuing vcar: W. C. Lacy, Past Commander, I? FARM FOB v. Prof. C. F. Martin, Commander; Bas- Ved land. 100 r.ercs well "r com Thompson Lieut. Comm inder; J. ' Ion stock L. Byron Finance and Itccord KeepGood dwelling. out- er; Dr. II. J. Daily, Physician; D. W. and tobacco barn nnd Daggett, Chaplain; Oeorge Dawson, hiu:dir:;s. Well fenced and watered, Sergeant; Joseph Sheehiin, Master This land adjoins J. W. Hughos and it Arms; Scth Botts, First Master County Poor farm, about 2'j miles of the (luard; Joe Arnold, Second south of Owingsvillc. Apply to FOHD PATTEKSON, Master of the duard; Kwell Shrout, O'.vingsvillc, Ky. Sentinel, Ed Thonuis, Picket; Trus-teeE. L. Bvron, Seth Botts and FOR SALE A. T. Byron. This order is doing a good work in M'y property in Owingsvillo and ibis community, not only in a fra- two farms at Preston. One furm ternal way but in a sonial way n.s 250 acres; the other 350 acre, alwell. This order has paid out in so n -i a in the timber on benefits to widows and orphans in 250 acres of land. Prospective buythis immeediatc vicinity over twelve ers apply to thousand dollars in the past ten S. V. JOHNSON, ten years. Owingsvillc, Ky. O. M. KATLIFF, Vieo Pres't. ' T. E. ADAMS, Cashier. "ubscribed and sworn "before me ths 29th dV- of November, 1010. commitisiua expires (. 13, 1022. J. C. YANAK SHELL, Notary Public. I ')r iunat.li Tliosn Who Lotbk sftn.-:- 1m i r . . Tin piaco lor negs ana cattle?, t in ; FAfiffl FOR SALE My fnna 00 acres miles from O wings villa en Owingaviile and Mt Str'ing turi:;vk" "-- r on it a goor . For i:'ri; ror 1 cat tie. Chi cage?. s JorsL'V Oil v. .1 .frame iH-'- s obacco barn it nud e'l in grass creep: ..i) acres. dtsiring to loci; at this farm set-- . N. A. Moore, who lives on it and he wiU show you around. hou-- and good fence .. . .a:d An-on- o vnol am! r.wrkoys, ioMon. For taoco (ho Tohac.1 o Tom n of Mavs- villc, Ky., anf! his is tlio host va ohonsof Jm.i i- - 1 S. C. BASCOM, Millorshurg, Ky. Squira Charles Myers sold the crop of tobacco raised on his ho:n'; face went of town at 50e a .o Will Saunders, of Millersburg. po-c.- B.-Smith and Miss Sarab Vllen Hall, of Olympia neighborhood, wera granted license to marry Jlonduy. )iui(lanco of'room, whore ovary ompioyo his job. If you sold with us on know; i:' not, try ns. Wo will more than sn.isfy y Sales open Tuesday, Delii2,v.t ; ki-.ows i'eru'ft nr . 1 HOME- - . cember 9, 91 9. Report of the Condition ot EXCHANGE , 4 V. LESTER . High Grade Tea fo. . bv B. O. iiYRON. - ' BA'IK ' . doin;; business at the town of Sharps burp, County o Bath, State Ktntucky, at the close of business on 17th day of November, 1919. RESOURCES ot . 'ti Loans and Discounts f Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Due from Banks Jahh on hand Banking House, Furniture and Vis $107,300.72 4,087.51 29,327.75 5,031.52 ,. 4,100.00 i . sol' my farm at ttothol on tho Maysvillo Storling tunipilvo, tho following personal property, on & LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in cash Surplus Fund uniiiviiieci itoius, less oxpenscs una taxes paid' Deposits subject to'check $179,011.34 Cashier's elicekn outstanding 000.00 Duo Banks nnd Trust Companies. Uonervo for taxea . -- .Totul $21U50.7f 20,000.00 7,000.00 3,439.78 SPLEM) TONIC THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1919 x . v AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. TWO HOKSK WOHK MULKS ..: .vTotuU..,..' . . 170,041.34 617.21 458.37 $211,050.70 THREE MARE MULE: One straw stacks, About 000 tobacco sticks mill and engine, Two sots of work harnosV . So.no household and kitchen STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF BATH w W, llLflW. MUl.l.wl F. S. Allen and S. 0. Allen .President II.. ..4. .1.. 1 .. 1..l. and 'Cashier I . 1I . i of . tho r ! l to tn lioat of our JcnowJtda and bo l(ef. 4" run-dow- n -- ir s, Sovonteen steer calves. Two heilors, Two ycmrliug steers, One milk saddl( hui One iJ 8. 0. ALLIUWCaphier. . I'resiutrub Subierihed and nwom to before mo this 25 dny of Novembe1010. My commission oxplrew Juu. 12, 1022 W. S. LINDSAY, Notary Public. . owo, Four tons of tluj 'thy furniUtre, uirniing ihiplomOnts .. rti " j . Not'-Clarence Beynolds and NOAH ' tio Foely, dhughter ol' John Fob y, f Flat Orcek, eun.e to this juieeJ'A Qorreso;iilent writing from Thursday ttften. jou a;.d .proeradlfage, Oklahomn, undor date of Nov. ' marriage !ieenie ind thei, "motwreTJ LjO says: . irjrtuonyf We sev hy a recent issue of the ti ilt, Sivr.mjf where u second Wouh ban that mad them man Uuto.i4 me per em Mid wk't. farciieo HeyriobN is un 'sprung up aeur the White Sulphur nib. I wing f nni't of good who warned his neighbors to wove uab'te, while. M Wl 'ud look. . their crops to the ark, or Many liVh r,oijndind sot tytetwaileby nr"u 'wrtii'iig ,om v friends wish them n pru:j)evus and ': r ilown In to tlw,4wiSS3iIan4 ZZ. fvss..r,., ,lA SECOND Miss I. W T" -- i iti tbt , e ti '' ntenteu murncd Juev jf. ' ,i. JIK