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Owingsville outlook: December 11, 1919 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1919 owi1919121101_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: December 11, 1919 Owingsville outlook T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. am z i 'v j VOLUME XLi. OWINGSVILLE, KEHTUiKY, THURSDAY, "i DECEMBER II, 1919. Mr,:- - p7 t 'A Rains Again Do Damage , JAMES HARPER LYCEUM COURSE (' Twenty-seve- n head of Jersey cowl? James Harper died suddenly. nrt The heavy rnins of the past week . Tho Lvr.eum Coursn under thi. nns I nil. ' Earlo Thompson cncli with a cnlf by her side, yory Louis- : caused very high witters in all without warning of oppoplexyt Ills !p1ces 0f the Owingsville High School cow tested, will be sold at public Ruc- vil Ic Friddy. streams and for the third time with- nomo in iaiuciMuunr .nemniurj nun. i. tion nt PARIS KENTUCKY on Mrs. W. S. Anderson relumed in a few weeks the water vas in the morning. Ja. I). Hanicrlww n oh Evening, December 10th in City ' SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1019. Monday from a visit to . ,.P 11.... T r cr'1 . . Mrs. II. B. streets and tomo of the houses' in ui i7uii iinrpur nun wiui am was School Chnpcl nt 7:30 o'clock. ROY FOX, Anderson nt Shnwhan. Farmers, Salt Lick nnd Wyoming. reared near this plnco anil reHidcd A splendid course has been con,, E. II. BROTHER. II. H. Dcnhnm, Supervisor of the Saturday night there was a land with his fnjthcr until his marriarlvt6 tracted for, ono that comes recomCassity, n daughter of Madi5fi? mended ns containing some of the slide on the Preston pike nt the "nar- - i Columbia Qrofonolns from $20 to Census for the Ninth Congrossionnl which ho mnue nis best tnlcnt in the Lyceum field this rows" near me old lurnnco siacK, vw"ji district, war "in town Friday. f 1' 0. Terms'. reflsonnble. which took most of the day Sunday homo near Stcpstone for a number season. There will bo FOUR numbers E. L & A. T. BYRON. The Ladies Aid of the Methodist to of years when he went to ait. Sterrcinovo so travel could bo resum THE DIXIE GIRLS will open the : Church met Thursday afternoon nt ed. On the C. & O. railroad a short ling nnd engnged in business. LeavII II season on the above mentioned date. THE CAR Variety, Quality nnd Service, is the home of Mrs. II. J. Daily. A distance cast of Preston (lirt nnd ing that place ho went to Cntletts-bur- Everybody likes these talented ladies ur, Holiday biognn. iry us. where he and his family have from Dixie. These two young women Hornco Lane, who sold his house f rocks caved in closing the cut nt that & K E. L.' & A. T. 'BYRON g and lot Inst week, expect to locato 'Imcc obstructing trains for several mado their homo ever since. through their association .Jas. Hnrpcr was the oldest child with the stories and folk songs ot in Mt. Sterling in tho Spring. hours. The mails from nil points of Out of the more than 3,000,000 Ford care now in use, about Winchester Repenting of Dnn Is deceased, yr ,r , , "y t0 tho country wore delayed and many survived Hnrpcr, wife nnd and G. tho South, bring the best of these c,' .07, good as new $25. sixty per cent have been sold to farmers. Probably no other one by his I K1 son W. 'othcr inconveniences caused iy the t the lyyeum nnd offer n progrnra CO.M THOMPSON. Mt. ho has secured thing has brought to the farm so much of comfort and profit as ha3 Harper, of Catlcttsburg, one broth- of great originality nnd charm. i Waters. employment in a tobneco warehouse, i 'it er, Walter Hnrpcr, of ait. Sterling, the Ford car. It has enlarged the social life, doubled the facilities for MISS BALDRIDGE is a soprano Hnve rcccdved n car lond of Ka Mr. and Affy'E. S. Hughes and' A letter to Felix Warren from his nnd one sister Mrs. C. S. RntliffV of whose vdice Is equally pleasing in ' marketing, brought the town next door to the farm, multiplied for nawha salt in barrels. two children, of Birmingham. Ala., nephew Thos. Funston, n former res- - near Owingsvillc. He wna well .known operatic nrfd tho sympathetic homo the farmer the pleasures of living, and by the same token the Ford I WALTER YOUNG COAL CO. are visiting'Mro. Hughes sister Jlrs. (ident of Bnth county, who left here ncro nnd was always nssjircd of rf" songs. Iter stores ot Negro life nro louring uar nas Drougnc jusc a3 mucn pleasure to tne residents oi tnc ii II C. S. Brother. 52 yenrs ngo, says that he is now a wnrm welcome by a host of friends ongmnl nnd she tells them in n deR The Mt. Sterling SentW- Demo-.- l towns and cities, because it is an every day in the year utility, resident of Puris, Latnnr county, at his old home. He wns n good cit- lightfully wholcsomo and nntural Mrs. Jlnry Perkins nnd sons, Dock III I crnt has bought the printing plntit o answering the demand of quick transportation at low expense. A izen, upright in nil his dcnlings, alTa Texas, and, although 80 years old, is manner. way tinier and will soon utd a lino and Landers, left Thursday for I family car without an equal in low cost of operation and maintenance. still n prcaccr of the Gospel. Ho in- ble nnd courteous to nil nnd jovial MISS aiURPHEY sings charming, visit to relatives type nnd other newspaper o.iu:;mifiit. several-week- s "We solicit your order for one. We have the full line of Ford cars. quires about n number of friends whon with his friends. His death h ly, her voice being of n clear flutu-lik- o Fleming rountj. most of whom have long since cross- n distinct loss to his community. He quality, nnd she, with aiiss We carry the genuine Ford Parts, and assure you the best in Storhng nnd Dnytonin made by Charlie Reid spent last week with ed the Great Divide. Some of the was buried in the OwinsWllc cemeI I offers delightful ducts. In mech tlie old reliable Davis Sewing ila hw daughter, Euln, who was very ill pldcr people will remember the Fun- - tery, funeral services being conduct- addition, aiiss aiurphey plays violin china Co. For sale by with IIU at the home of airs. Lou stons who lived in the Olympia neigh- ed' by' Bath Lodge of afnsons, ot and specializes in child stories and E. L. & A. T. BYRON. Ilradshaw, nenr Slmrpslmrg. borhood, but who left hero for the which organization he had long been pianologues. , , ft member, always "maintaining his THE DIXIE GIRLS WEAR THE noward uarier, ot Aslilnnd, vis West nbout 18G0. Labe ainze nnd aiiss Pearl Goldie, membership here no matter wher' "COSTUaiES OF THE itcd his mother airs. A. J. Sprolcs "BELLES OF Claud Crouch and aiiss CornWm. Roe, aged eighteen years, son he lived. 'GO''. You will bo delighted alike by licensed to marry Friday. Saturday and Sunday. Howard their nppcarancc nnd theif artistry. an express messenger betwern Ash of Thomas Roc, of Shelby county, COUNTY COURT DO -- NOT FORGET and aiiss Addig Klaxon, aged sixland and Louisville. THE DATE, child of Carlton iP'cre wns but a small crowd at TUESDAY, DEC..10, 1010. teen, daughter of airs, ainrgaret ianley; of the White Onk neighbor airs. Roland Williamson, of Okla Klaxon, of Fichvillc, were county court aiondny, a goodjnany See Prof. afnrUu and get your married at hoinn, is visiting her fnfher Willimn hood, died Saturday of diphtheria. Jcffersonvillc, Ind., ..Saturday, ..De- - people staying nt home to strip'thcir season tickets. You. will nlways find Iledrick, who is 84 years old and comber Cth. air. Roe went to Shel-- 1 tolm,,, while many others attended him nt his office in City School BuildGet our prices on coal, lumber. lias been rery,sick. lie will nccom by county from this county with hia the Iooselcuf market at ait. Sterling. ing. Tlfasc who have nlrcndy engaglime nnd cement before buying. Right pany his daughter to her hohic if he Thero were none but young enttJe ed SEASON lather nljout three years ago. TICKETS will please uts well enough. in ills unu prompt nciivery. and a few cows offered for sale and call nt Prof, arnrtin's office nnd get TilE WALTER YOUNG .COAL CO Tho old reliable Bourbon Poultry tho.iu that sold brought prices lower them rizht nwav and thus von will Will Anderson, Jas. Clark, Ott than the same kind of stock, brought nvoid the rush nnd hnve the choice Swctnnni, Lewis aicCoy, W. W. aijd iccmedy lor sale by Dpn't tnke chnnces on wetting your Inst court day. Some good young of the best scats. II. C. BYRON, uscar uney and al iioni. miliums, fCOuacpn. !! A vnrv wm!lll nmnnnf cattle were offered for sale to the ;, Season Tickets, Adults trr (loodlum) hnetlegar attended tho Mbuy a uood double filler nnulin nt Get- - a Columbia Childrens' Season Tickets maustira'tinn of Gov. aforrow nt Grafanoln the highest bidder, but had to betaken g E. L. & A. T. BYRON. J Frankfort Tpd.iv.. down for wftnX.,nf- $1.00; Reserved seats for each, standard nf the world in gTnphd Crooks .bought .11 .bunch of'YeTtfprs ai phones Fdr'salo by" number 50 cents; General Adtho-Timong FOR SALE. from a distlancofwho 7 a pound nnd Eugene Brother mission for ench number 35 c. L. & A. T. BYRON ntlcndcd the funeral of Jnmcs liar sold some cows nt about $Go each. One Fa , louring,, car jn good Get a season ticket and save 23 per last rnday were: air. and Mri You could hardly get n man to talk nditirin per cent. POSTED adv. . C. Harper nnd Kelly Harper, of Gnnrf TER OIfAGE. about anything but tobacco. The Rose Run Iron Co., notifies all Catlcttsburg, aiiss Elizabeth RntlifT, Tobacco Averages Good '.clit. Jns. A. Van- - of .Frankfort, and Enrle RatlilT, of concerned that their hinds arc post NOTICE m; ' Prices at the opening sales of tnc ed nnd the law will bo enforced I now have a large stock of Rajy loose-leaJit. "jfllinc. in Rranre rn- - Irvine. f tobacco market nt ait: ngainst all persons hunting on sntno leigh I lin lnot tvnnV products; plenty of stock tonic,' Sterling were satisfactory with r.n From social columns of A'jMand ROSE nUN IRON COaiPANY, orified hog mixture, poultry powder; also air upward War Department. Independent: aiiss Eloisc Ruiiyon en By S. tendency. The Robertson & J. Fearing, Agent. kinds of extracts with the exception warehouse sold 22,275 pounds tertnincd tu n cjiaflng dish p.irty at an ber th. of cinnamon, wintergrecn and pepkv the following, friends Mis- - Grace of $42.29. the hichest cion Foster's a "leariy and let us hsln you to Wechslcr, Miss Genevieve Smith, ot mnde. For Opal the best cast range permiiit. Will have these Ilnvors'bjJi verago being $69.54.. Tho Fnnntrs sale by Xmas elefti3ns." the loth of December, in time for hou.se sold 78,580 pounds at an nv- Ashlnnd, aiessrs. Johnnie Hullort, of E. L. & A. T. BYROlj. you to mnke your Christmas cancu'est crape price of 4 iiuijtington, Howard Carffir and Ev- $43.08, highest crop : .z -- . Also have-plen6f cough syVupOjj aVerage being $80.35. ' The White-a- l As positive proof that Bath eoun tablets, liniments of all kinds. Ploaid sold 29,120 pounds ut an jvar-ncr- n ATJtUb't. &'wetnam. of Col. Sprincs. ty's tobacco crop is far below the remember you rv 3 h.t i. r rr can get jtheso goodsfb j' tr tm ? wit a f . nv t ..,,,. nf $.1.1 nn was a cucst of his old neich avdrnge, in the White Oak npi?hb:r r4VpJV",'::rM?tu-70ul ""uunflbor nnd .friend, I. R. Darnell, last hood farmers are combining in order paroal.postj JusJ- send your orders ( MJ3.31. The aft. Sterling papers re prepaid toff"1 opecwl att So' given 10 louacco.u week. air. Swetnnm went to Colorado to havo a truck load taken to market, piiujiu your warns, uooils will be S&akl port ,nnt ijUii banco jmere.l was jo you promptly. OVENS IIORSEaiAN several years ago hoping to benefit Wt tfeincrany 01 10 w grade. Thono 82C. lours respecuuiiy, Lexington the average at on- -, if .1 The Suprbme Court aiondny failed Tit the health of his children nnd liked JAS. ai. ROLPH, enjng snie was $03 a hundred, one You rnire'lrom us cool, lumber, the country j.'o wejl that ho conclud to pass on tho validity of war-tim- e Tho Rawleigh roofinc aihi'ws, doors, lime, sand, ed to remain there. His children rc prohibition nnd set no date for do- - Owingsvillc, Ky. Man, Slate Avenncfi crop of 18,000 pound.? selling- for '4,000. Cynthinna reports the highj( tunceo sticks, gained their health and air. Swetnnm - rerae'nt,ife''','J'c so. Jfeanwhuo that fatal day in est nrice naid at SI .25 n. nmiml. .rins -fienrn with vnn. jk r January is approaching. prospered financially Please bear in mind that dueitni? KR A. n. DAWSON. Government Fuel conservation re NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. The Ladies of lho aicthodist By nn enrly purchase we are able lntion, all business houses areivV iWe have been notified by the West- Tvr'-Monmorning, uccemoer atn we to offer the usual line of Xmas goods, Church will hold thoir annual sale of ... im .. l 11 ' Newspaper Union, from whom Wj -i win nnW'" pfouryi oft of .tho rcffli- - pilyerwar.e, Queensware, Cut Glass fancy nnd work apfons, ptkGod$a6 close at' 4 p. m. hence., do a'0 Jern Inry'iee oi any Lady's Winter buit, and Glass ware, Brass goods, Ivory ter & Co's store on. Saturday. De and fBlbu,v,tH'la'per, on hvh the'but- shopping early and during that ' eember 13th, beginning nt 9 o'clock Iook 1 sprinted, that Uginning Dec. C'.t or Dress. Wo have splendid trays and toilet articles. m. Also u counter of good things 1, the price of the pujier for each ies in these cut price goods. E. L. & A. T. BYRON E. L. & A. T. BYRON o eat. issue would be increased GO per cent. cow. GOdDPASTER & CO. Whiel we regret the necessity this Gov. Black has pardoned Henry extra-go;o- d FARM FOR SALE NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC makes it imperative for via to inChristmas goods for all, Guns, Youtrey, convicted of complicity in 10O acres well improved land. crease the subscription to tho Out iazors, Knives for the men. toilet the murder of Gov. Gocbcl nnd given I hare bought tho stock of gro Combination stock look from its present price of $1.25 Forty-thre- e tides of every description for the a life sentence to the penitentiary. ceries nnd meat business of Chas. Good dwelling. nnd tobacco barn nni necessary out- to $1.50 a year or print the paper at rls, Aluminum, Cut Glass, Silver-rc- , Youtsey served eighteen years in Brother who run n store on aiain buildings. Well fenced nnd watered. a loss, and this latter we do not feel Queensware, in great variety prison nnd had been on parole for a street nnd moved to the 'pocket' store This land adjoins J. W. Hughes nnd able to do. The ngregato loss would 'i.r tho housewife, at year.' The pardon restores him to building formerly occupied by James County Poor fnroi, about 2V. miles bo considerable while the increase Steele. I solicit a share of tho pubE. L. & A. T. BYRON citizenship. individual. subscribers wonld bo but lic patronage, will also pay the high south of Owingsvillc Apply to FORD PATTERSON, n trifle. Therefore begiuning Jan. 1 Notice Tobacco Men est market price for country proAUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT Owingsville, Ky, the price of the Outlook will be$1.50 I hnve r. new two-to- n truck and Friday afternoon as Mr. and airs. duce. Fair and courteous treatment J a year or 76c for C months. assured the pubilc. am prepared to haul loads of from Robert Shields were driving in their Belter See What You are Buying 40W) to C000 pounds; also hnvo an auto on aiain St. air. SliiulJs REESE WELLS. avo The time has come that tho paint Last Notice To Taxpayers. automobile for hire, day or night. his wife charge of, tin wheel while ed pictures in catalogues look better People who have not paid liicir War-tim- e FARM FOR SALE , FARM FOR SALE regulations ia regard to l.n i. it .... .. ....I. f ..1 I.T.. Call phone 31. Dog License tags for 1920 arij taxes must call at once and settle, the use of fuel went into effect hero aiy farm 00 acres IVa miles from than tho good provo to hi. Farm of 52 acres on Sherburne on hand and all dog owners E. W. MORGAN. iTP'ason airs. Shields lost cmtrol of aiy holiday goods nro all on dis by the 1st of January. If not paid last week, and while it works hard nnd Owingsville pike, one inilo cast call by tho 1st of January a: the machine nnd it ran against a Owingsvillc on Owingsvillc nnd ait. play now nnd they nro going fast. by that time, will advertisa uud pro. ships on both buyer and seller tho of Roynoldsville. All in grays but them. Sterling turnpike. Has on it a good FOR SALE tree in front' of Judge W. S. (Judg-dlKennel Licenses have Better get yours before thry tiro according to law. rules have been cheerfully obeyed, about 8 ncrcs. 8 room house and come yet. Violators of tho prows tobacco barn.. gone. ary property in Owingsvillo and residence, airs. ,ShieMs who was lramc houso and More will be open trom n o' W. A. BOYD. , . .... .n u tho drygoods nnd nnrdwnro stores orchard. Lino fenciug oi a uog tax law win oe proseu it and is clock n. in, to 9 o'clock p. m. two farms at Preston. tne One farm thrown in front of her husband by lias good fence t.fl iitt-inin grass except 20 acres. closing at 4 o'colck d. in., the grwry good. Near church nnd school. Plen- by law. Any 250 acres; the other 350 acres; al-- i the shock of tho collision and reJ. R. DAY. At the sales aiondny, Dec. 8, tho stores being allowed to bold open un ty good water. one desiring to look at this farm Bee tobacco barn, in tho timber on ceived some severe cuts unj nraises. ' J. L, ATCHISON, quality was somewhat bptter, tho til 0 o'clock p. m. The exceptions to cribs etc. A. aidore, who lives on it nnd ho Audgo Bath County.' JA i. of land. Prospective buy-- t Jt was for homo timj thought that , Nearly all farmers and all tho help I Robertson houso selli mr 10.000 Itis. ill show you around. tho provisions of the rulo are hotels, NEWTON HORNBACK. she was seriously hurt. air. MncMs upply to thoy can 'hire nro busy stripping to- - at nn avcrase of $48.08 nnd tho restaurants, drug stores and pip- s. c. BAscoar, Boy's wagons, constersAsleds.. aifl was somewhat bruised nnd fchnken S. V. JOHNSON, baceo, nnd stripping is a profitable ' Farmers selling 125,000 pounds at turo shows I .. . B .T and other places ol .tflad nl.t Forbes' Coffee for snlo by V aiillcrslmrg, Ky. up. Owingsvillc, Ky. .uico, onuim, tor --V1IHIH prC8r-- . Ii business to tjio industrious laborer, an average of $57. ' amusements. ' It. C. BYRON. & A. X. JlYk V E. L. PERSONAL. Jersey cow sale rrr A ryr r 'V M " - 11 ... NUMBER 21. .... BvwnmaaMMMaMt ' rr. '$ J : ni 1 4 i;r I g, UNIVERSAL 3 life-lon- smM Jr T !, I 'H , . j - Bal-dridg- e, . ..... - ld . $1.-50- - Jndaudgt. - 3-- PUBUCSALE7 Having sold my farm I will sell at Bethel on the Maysville Mt. Sterling turnpike, the following personal property, on -- yr ' tt? ty Tiiiinon aw nrnrnflnrn ii mi mm AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. TWO HOESE WORK MULES 1 - THREE MARE MU m ' C- Seventeen steer calves, Two heifers: Tvjo yearlingteers, One milk saddle horse, One eves, one bjick, Four tons of timothy hay, One straw stacks, About 9,000 tobaccovfeH une gi'ist mm antiengme, Two sets of work harness, Some household and kitchen furniture, Some farming implements- t. FELIX VICE -- Walter Boyd, Auctioneer s ''.nlf-intcro- st re x BRING YOUR TOBACCO TO .1 THE ' WHIT ii EALL - ' THE BEST SALESMAN IS TRUE LIGHT AND WE HAVE IT Only experienced 'men arc- employed to handle our business. The House where satisfaction is Guaranteed, the HIGH DOLLAR RULES. THE WHITEHALL hi.1 LOOSE-LEA- F. TORACCO. WAREHOUSE COMPANY, Mt. Sterling, Kemtucky. WHITiV d. WlLr CLAY, president, S. S. PINNEY. A. J. BRAY, wmjHgggggggggg& Secretai-v-Traaanr.-1. . juumWWWmm, .AattAMsrflflHLW 7 ) OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, ri OWING3VILLE, KY. THE JOY OF MOTHERHOOD Came to this Woman after Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to Restore Her Health Ellcnsborg, Wr. " Af tef I wns NEWS CULLINGS From Kentucky dnuatTter C.rnthlnnn. Tho of Hay Strove, who tiled fromvntniK. medicine tablets containing Mrychnjne, In Cincinnati, wnn hurled "hero. Hush Hoed, Thomas Terrell nnd Charles Scott bought tracts of the Klmbrough' farm, prices being $l"r, $18." and $U00 pe acre. F HEALTH RESTORED Mr. Knight Was Dawn Willi Kid lESTOTION " DATE THERE. THOUGH HIDDEN mriovto urfir inTCRNATIOfiAl TIRED, V WEAK, DIZZY WOMEN - Paris, 2ri0-ncr- e My Cemplalnt; Found Dom's the Remedy Needed. Insurnnco Agent, 021 N. Ninth St. Louis, III. Vlt enmo on with pain across my back nnd tho attacks kept getting worse un til I had a spell that laid mo up. Morphine, wns tho only relief nnd I couldn't movo without help. Tho kidney secretions wcro scanty, painful nnd filled with sediment. "I was unnblo to Itr. XsUU leave tho house, could not rest, nnd became utterly exTho only way I could hausted. tako case wns by bolstering up with pillows. For thrco months I wns In that awful condition and the doctor said I had gravel. Kidney Doan's mis brought mo back to good health nnd I havo gained wonderfully in strength nnd weight." flteorft to Icforc me, A. M. EaailAXN, notary Public Ct Doan's t Anr Store, 60s Bos IS ORDERED EVIDENCE 13 FOUND BY AGENTS TO SUPPORT CHARGES OF CONSPIRACY nT MINE8. Assistant To Palmer Is To Aid In In. qulry Unionists Accused of Viola, tlon of Decree Officials 8ald To Have Paid Strike Benefits. Information en Peace Tower Erected Canada Would Puxxl Aver ape Man to Find, StINMYSOIOOL (By ItEV. P. D. FITZWATKn, D. D Teacher of English Illble In the Moody ruble Institute ot Chicago.) (Coprrlsht, lilt. WnUrn Nswapaper Union) iln Cyntblann. In tho local market 2."0 Trnnkfort. Tom Chlsley wny fined yearling cattle ruled nt JS.fiO to $10.23; .100 nhccp nt $12 to $20 per head, and $15 nnd .costs for hunting witlout hogs fiom $11 to $13 per hundred. license. Danville. Three houses on tho Ltd) Oeorrjctnwn. Krvcl Glass nold his toro nt Newtown to Wnllnco HroOicM nnon rond wore destroyed by flro re salting from n defective flue, nnd oc for ? i,noo. cupants lost much of their effects. Aihlntid. A special meeting of tha Itlchmond. Mrs. F.lllott Stilfllct Wns ilillniul Trail Commissioners will be painfully Injured when her buggy was held here Jnnunry 17. reduced to splinters by n molor truck Jit. Sterling. II. It. I'rewitt took and she wns thrown to the sidcwnlk. onth of Judge nf this district before JInysvllle. While his wife nnd seven Circuit Clerk Mount. children were preparing a dinner In Jlldwny. The Ilnptlst church 1ms celebration of his golden wedding, extrnded n call to the Ilev. P. C. Jit' Squire J. i. Klncnld, 70, dropped dead. Counnlni, of Louisville. Lexington. Hilda Hackney, Infant, for Injuries reWinchester. The gas supply wa was awarded $."7; shut nlT three hours while new pipe ceived In an nuto collision for which J. L. Nicholson was held responsible line connections were mndc. "Kidney trouble put mo In a bad d way," says Thomns A. Knight, Ile-tlrc- St, Fast married 1 was not well for a lonir time a good deal of i Ana i uio time was not able to go about Our greatest dcslro was to havq a child in our home end ono day my husband come Dock from town with a bottle 's of Lydia E. Pink-ham- relief from mv troubles. I improved in health eo I could do my housework; we now havo a little one, all of which I owo to Lydia E. rinUiam's Vegetable Compound.," Mm. O. S. Johnson, It. No. 3, Ellcnsburs, Wash. There nro women everywhero who loner for children in their homes yet are denied this happiness on occount of eomo functional disorder vhlch in most cases would readily yield to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Such women Ehould not give up hepo until they have given this wonderful medicine a trial, and for special advice write Lydia E. 1'inkhnm Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of 40 years experience is at your service. wanted me to try It. Vegetable Compound and It brought striking carriage, Frankfort. T. ton, applied for passports to Knglnnd, makers were nrrestcd charged with attacking workers. One ot where he goes ns vice consul. them, Peter Pnff, suffered a broken V. Campbell, Lexing. Henderson.-i-Tbr- ec non-unio- n MILL OilS Suffer from Acid-Stoma- ch Itlchmond. A plan Is being consider- Jaw. ed for piping natural gas from Itroath-It- t Newport. The number of a pistol county wells to Itlclnnoixl. token of James JlcChord, arrested Imminence. Sidney Stivers, 50, ot here, raused blm to bo accused of n l'lensuroUlle, died while on n visit to $10,000 Jewelry robbery at Trenton, N. J. his brothers at Campbcllsburg. Georgetown. Louis Hoylc was acciClinton. JIlss Florence Utterbact and Vt'tcr fSrllTey, residing three dentally shot In the legs by Craig Jones while hunting, mid- Hubert Cobb miles west of Clinton, were married. was shot by his brother, near Heech-wooClinton. The dwelling house of Tom Core, on South Washington street, was Frankfort. Suit was filed by Walton destroyed by tire. Loss about $1,000. S. HyarsState Iteventie Agent, against Jlayfleld. Nineteen cents was top the Tax Commission to collect back price for leaf In thu snip of 42 loads taxes fiom the Southwestern Petroleum Co., with large holdings In Lee of dark tobacco on the local market. county. Itlchmond. W. V. Ilroaddus killed Danville. W. H. Kdwards Is marketlive wild ducks with one shot ns they Hew over his farm In close formation'. ing ginseng raised In bis garden, the price having risen to $7.."0 per pound Doc Itobcrts won nn old since exportation to Chlnn became Itlchmond. fiddlers' contest In which ten venerable practicable. musicians participated at Klrksvllle. Mnrtin, Itlchmond. Dn William Covington. Highwaymen who slug- nged physician, nnd former veteran of ged John Harris, chauffeur, failed to the Confederacy, died hero at the get his money, which he carried In his age of 80. He retired from active prac tice several years ago because of fallshoe. ing eyesight. - I t: i. ft. .A 1- I itoniach. Here la the re.tson; poor dtrestlon meane poor nourishment of the different organs and tluues of the body. The blood la Impoverished becomes weak, thin, elugglih. AHmenta of many kind aprlng from euch condltlona. Illllousnes, rheumatism, lum- 9'Jgo. sciatica, general weakness, loss of ower and energy, headache, Insomnia, vn more mental depression ailments such us cuarrh nnd cancer if the stomach, intestinal ulcers, cirrhosis of the liver, heart trouble all of the.e can often be traced directly to Keep a sharp lookout for the first eymp toms of acld8tornach indication, heart burn, belching;, food repealing, that awful painful bloat after enttn?, and snur, fra"y stomach. E ATONIC, tho wonderful modern remedy for acldstnmah, Is puarantefd to bring quick relief from these stomach miseries. Thousands say they never dreamed that anything could bring such speedy relief and make them feM eo much better in every wair. Try baton fC and you, too, will be Just aa enthmUs'ic In Its prale. Make your life worth living no aches or pains no blues or melnnrhoty no more of Ue well and that tired, listless fettlnt strong. Get back your ph sir , and menta-punch- ; your vim, i -- r and vitality. You will nlvraya be wak and ailln- - as long aa you have scM-Mou- h So get rtd nf H now. Take EATON I C Taol ts they taste good you eat them IIIcq a bit of candy. Your ,o rents for a big druggist has KATOVir box. Get a box frcm htm today and If you are not satisfied he w l refund yo-j- r money. Million of people suffer yenr nfter year from allmentM aifectlnjf practically every of the tody, their Farthealth can benever dreaming that acid tract d directly to FATON C C roK y5uh Banner Lye is easy to use Jackson. Tne Jackson Board of Harrodsburg. A wire received by Trade has purchased the Kasb building on Jlaln street and opened Its olllces Jlrs. Kettle Hcdwltz, of this place, announced that her son, Jlr. Otto Hod- there. wltz, bad been badly hurt In a fall Covington. The Incoming board of through an clevntor shaft at Winston-SaleN. C. commissioners will act on the proposal of annexing l't. Jlltcbell to Covington. Henderson. Fount Miller, foreman of tho Southland mine, heeded the Jtnysville. Mrs. Mary Callensteln Is warning of maskul men, who threaten critically ill from ptomaine poisoning ed destruction of his home If he rebelieved to have resulted from eating turned to work. a rabbit. Jit. Olivet. Jlrs. Vincent Kabler reNewport. Dr. O. N. Itergmeyer, n ceived probably fatal burns, her littla In the war, tiled In Speer's daughter was .seriously lieutenant burned, and Hospital following an operation for their home was destroyed when she appendicitis. lighted n fire with kerosene. 00 Western Newspnpfr Union News Bervlc Intllannpolls, Intl. Henry S. Jlltcbell, special assistant to Attorney General A, Mitchell I'alnier, arrived In In dianapolis to nld In the Federal Grand Jury Invetttlgatlon of charges of nl legeil violation of tho Lever act and law. A special session of the' grand Jury wn ordered by united States District Judge A. II. Anderson nfter Information had been furnished to blm to the effect that cvldcnco existed of a conspiracy Involving both inhiers and operators to limit produc tion ot coal. Compilation of evidence continued and It was staled there would be tin delay In starting tho In vextlgntlon when the grand Jury conArrangements already havtj vened. CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y. been made, It wns said, to procure the appearance, of witnesses, certnln of Cheap Concreta Houses. whom are from outside of Indiana. Union, N. J Charles II. Ingor-so-il At Attorneys for ofltclals of tho United Is building concrete bouses thnt Mints Workers cited for criminal concost $2,200 each, with a kitchen, n tempt for alleged violation of the In dining room nnd n living room on tho junction ngnlnst the strike announced first floor nnd two bedrooms nnd n that they would be assisted by J. II. bath on tho second floor. The form Halston, of Washington, nttorney for Into which the concrete Is poured the American Federation nt Utbor. costs $7,000. but cna le erected In one The miners' defense Is being directed day nnd used 100 times. A house can by Henry Warrimi, of Indianapolis, bo completed In n month. general counsel for the organization, During tho day Information was tiled Important to Mothors carefully every bottle of with Federal Court charging olllcers Examine CASTOHIA, that famous old remcry of two locals nt Clinton, Intl., with viofor Infants nnd children, and see that It lation of the Court's Injunction by tho lni.wncnt of strike benefits. The men Hears the will bo arrested as soon ns possible Signature when generill and district olliclnls are In Use for Over 30 Yenr3. scheduled to face Judge Anderson on Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria contempt charges. Iteports reaching Indianapolis from Where Her Love Went. Clinton and Terre Haute, centers of Patience They say Mrs. Styles 1 the strike In Indiana, told of efforts an nuful flirt. by union organizers to bring about a Patrice So I've heard. I don't general walkout of engineers, firemen think she's capable of loving. nnd pumpers who hnve remained nt "Oh, yes, she Is. She's got n the mines In accordance with the you knowl" miners' contract with the operators to prevent damage to machinery resultDr. Pten-'s "Dud Shnt" not ontr eipets worms or Tapeworm but cleans out the ing from the strike. It wns said that mucus In which the bred ami tones up certain of these men had quit work, tbo digestion. Una dose suniclent. Adv. but that the movement bad not become general. Difference In Time. Jlr. Jlnnhnttan Po you notice any difference between the people here Court Hits Dry Law. and those of the Kasi? St. Louis, Mo. Federal Judge Fnrls, Jlr. Lakeside About an hour's dif- In the United States District Court, ference. granted a temporary Injunction remy-pe- lf nntl-tru- to the .earliest times when man erected public or memorial buildings is said to run tho practice of recording the da to so thnt It remains hidden from casual view, In an ornament of Inscription, and can only be read by Why the practice careful study. started It Is now Impossible to say; It look's almost like a playfulness on the part' of the first builders, but It has continued down the ages, nnd its latest cxnmplo occurs In the great peace tower of the government buildings In Ottawa. Hero ono reads the Inscrip, Lesson WITIf tip a&al" n AWA ACHE, PAINS-HE- RE LESSON FOR DECEMBER 14 AT AND THE TRIAL, CRUCIFIXION AND RESURRECTION OF JESUS. TEXTS-Jo- hn !!:-- THERE tion! This Stone wns laid by September 1. In this Year of Victory. Finis Coronnt Opvs. The liypothetlcnl stranger from Mnrs might renRonnbly nsk when was the Year of Victory; and If bo examined the Inscription closely he might discover, thnt certain letters, beginning with the first "1," nro distinguished from tho rest by having nn Indentation under thcro, nnd that nddlng these letters together answered his question In Unman numerals. Most of us, perhaps, would hnve to tako the dictionary to help us translate them, but none tho less ILIDDDICLIIIVICIIOV means 1010. Christian Science Edwatjl, I'rlnco of Wales, DOAN'S FOSTER-MILDUR- xVdJmt Should find relief from their sufferings by taking tho Woman's temperance Tonic and Nervine, which has GOLDEN TEXT For Ood so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, helped so many women some of them that whosoever betleveth In him should right In your neighborhood. not perish, but have everlasting life. Ohio: "I wns greatly Fostorln, 'John 1:11. during expectancy by taking Since the lessons of the quarter center benefited In the lives of Peter nnd John It will bs Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, 1 well to Include In the day's lesson the had been feeling weak and suffered Incidents In their lives from the trial of with nnusen or sick stomach but after J Jesus to his resurrection. Tills will entaking 'Fnvorlto Prescription' I became able us to use the committee's alternative strong nnd was not bothered with lesson, "The Prince of Peace," for a nausea nny more, nnd I had prac-,-y Christmas lesson next Sunday. I recovered my tlcally no suffering. strength very quickly nftenvard, and I. Peter Denies the Lord (18:15-18- , my baby was strong nnd healthy, I do think 'Fnvorlto Prescription' is tho best medlclno n prospective mother 1. Before the servant maid (vv. ' Peter's first blunder wns to at- can take." Mrs. Wm. H. Hill, 048 ,r Walnut St. tempt to follow Jesus nt this time. Dnyton, Ohio: "I can highly 'recoChrist' had told him that he could not mmend Doctor Pierce's yorlto follow now (13:30). Presumptuous LESSON 21 ; l:2!-- ; 80:1-1- i , -- ). NEW STYLE OF ARCHITECTURE Long Sought and Made Possible Only Through the Employment of Modern Reinforced Concrete. Plnnnlng it mcmorlnl church to be built entirely of concrete, nn American architect Introduces n novel mode of construction nnd claims to have found "what architects for centuries have failed to produce an entirely new and pure stylo of architecture. Pure, because It conforms to nil the csscntlnl Ideas of architecture; new, because only modern reinforced concrete has made It possible." The structure takes advantage of the 'plasticity of reinforced concrete, ami the bnlldlnr, which would be practically monolithic when finished, would hnve Its external nnd Internal forms Identical to n degree new to architecture; Its vaults would spring direct from the floor level and there would be no separating distinction between walls and roof. In fact, one might say that the building would be "all roof, nnd have no structural walls whatever." Architectural opinion may fall of unanimous approval ; yet It must be admitted that the plan seems to ndapt Itself logically to the medium In which It Is to be worked out, which Is an Important point In Its fnvot Exchange. lap-do- otV lye Is packed c saMy and con Tfnlently, or is so economical not a bit wasted. No other lye or soap elsni nnd dllnfect so easily and thoroughly ah Il.inner Lye. It lye. 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ZaUrtcd GUa!i. Wccj. Umltrf. Varit. 19 Veinii tV.tjt WUe 21.2$ ft botl'e it rui;U'j of Fllo aad tLfla'amatioa. dtllrcred. IJheTiItrlJltMepoitDlHlot 1': W.F.YOL'NS. P.D.F..::0IeT,JhJI,S3rmjI:e!d.Hm. t.f fa Pain whether it comes from rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica, backache or sprain is usually most acute at night. If you have a bottle of Yajer's Liniment handy and u:e it you get quick relief. Price 33c. The larse bottle contains tnlcs I much at the urial EJc bottle o( liniment and lasts the averacc (am. ilr for months. At all dealers. mm Keep a Eollle Handy Georgetown. Thomas K Shuff suf-- ! Judgment Itlchmond. The of the Mucous Surfaces. DOLLARS t 'broken rll when thrown out against the L. & E. Hallway In favor condition IIUNDHKDDeafness thatfor any ONE cannot case of Catarrhal of a backboard In making a sudden of Kdnn Hoblnson, Lee county, was be cured by HALL'S CATAHKH turn at his farm. reversed, tho court holding that Injury MEDICINE. All Dniffdsts 5c. Circulars free. to tho child's eye wus due to dlseAse V. J. Cluney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. Nlcholasvlllc Tho fiscal court and not a cinder. bought the Harney ICernon place ot Suitable (Ver tit. C't acres for .$10,000 and will u.se It as Mayfield. Tho criminal proceedings "Why dopsn't yJtir IllVniry friend a pauper farm. r.galnst the ftcknmp Glass Co., 'Of buy a motor-car?- " "I guess it Is ) ' , Chattanooga, were dismissed In Cirhe Is a hack writer." Flemlugsburg. Four hundred and cuit Court, while the company was thirty-liv- e licenses have been Issued fined K) for failing to register with How tunny a innn fools himself so far by County Clerk I'lummcr, 100 the Secretary of State. when he thinks? he Is fooling his wife. more than lasf year. New Haven. Joseph Howling has The man who thinks be Is the whole Franklin. The Fanners' been notified thnt his son, Itnndolph works Mdnm Is. Union has leased the two local Howling, who Is employed In Hartley, tobacco warehouses and will operate Iowa, was seriously Injured while putthem during the season. ting a belt on a gasoline engine. An often follows a nriii and a leg were broken. Georgetown. Tho farm which William True paid ?:'Jl an acre Georgetown. Fire which started a month ago, was sold by him to John from a pair of lace curtains ignited by KILL THE COLD! Jlaiisficld for? 100 per acre. a lamp, destroyed n house on the ILL'S farm of J. It. Parker In this county. JInrlon. Jimmy Carnahan suffered Alt the household goods and about 100 serious burns in extinguishing the pounds of ilour were burned. QUININE CXSGARA tlamlng dross of his little sister, who ventured too near neuf fire. Pnducah. Hcsultlng from a scries ot farmers' community meetings being JlOMHfc Lexington. Four pieces of Lexing- held through JlcCracknn county, many Standard colj remedy (or 20 years ton real estate worn transferred fur new members have been added to the n total consideration of ?J5,()00 by roll of tho recently organized opiates orcati up a toiu in i Mo nours relieves enp in sys deeds tiled for record In the office of Cracken County Farm Hurcau. Money oacK u 11 laui. xnc County Clerk. genuine box Ms a Kea Jlayfield. Clardy Clark, charged 1V.IU1U11 WJs top with Mr. lima picture. .Whlnnd. Tho Hev. John Lyons, with maliciously shooting Grover (lo.s-suAt All Drug Stores Oi:e Hill, nccusfil t seditious utter- of Pryorsburg, several months who has been ill, was brought ago, was fined $100 In Circuit Court, "i here by his bondsmen, and bis bond wiiile the charge of carrying concealed uus Increased from !?J,.'00 to $5,000. a deadly weapon was dismissed. ' straining the District Attorney and Cured the Collector of Internal Iteventie from Recalls Roman Conquest. by local applications as tlu-- cannot reach enforcing the Volstead "war-time- " anthe diseased portion of tho ear. There Is The sale Is. act as to cient Caerwent, announced of the Engenforcement only one way to cure Catarrhal Deafness, prohlnltlon Monmouthshire. nnd thnt Is by a constitutional remedy. whiskey and wine. Tho restraining acts MUDICINK land, which Is mentioned In Domesday HALL'S CATARRH through the lllooU on tho Mucous Surfaces order wns granted to four St. Louis Rook. This town (lienta Silurium) of tho System. Catarrhal Deafness Is whlsky-tlenllnllrms nnd corporations. wns the headquarters of, a powerful caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous llnlns of tho Eustachian Tube. Assistant District Attorney White said and warlike tribe called Sllures, who When this tube Is Inllamed you have a the effect of the decision would peroccupied "approximately the counties rumbling sound or Imperfect hearlntr. and mit the sale of whisky and wine when It Is entirely closed, De.uncfcs Is tho of Monmouth, Brecon nnd Glamorgan." reresult. Unless the Inflammation can benor- ffirough the Eastern district of duced and this tube restored to Its Including St. Louis nnd 54 coun- In spite of the fierce resistance offered mal condition, hearing may be destroyed n by them, about 48 A. D., to the forever. Many cases of Deafnesi are ties. conquest, their towrt In time becaused by Catarrh, which Is an Inllamed Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Dc g Mis-lour- l, no-ma- boldness oftentimes places one In an embarrassing position. In such cases compromise Or cowardly denial usually follows. Wisdom as to our weaknesses should move one to nvold unnecessary trlnls. John, seeing Peter standing at the door, Introduced him to the house of the high priest. Here under the taunt of a Jewish maid he openly denied his Lord. 2. Before the servant and ofllccrs (v. 23). Petcihad not only ventured where It wns not necessary, but was warming himself at the enemies' fire. Having quailed before the sarcastic Impudence of n servnnt mold he-- openly denied his relationship with the Lord when questioned by tho officers nnd servants nt whose tire he was warming himself. To have a clear nnd Independent testimony, one should be separate from sinners (II Cor. 0:14-188. Before the kinsman of Mnlcbus (vv. 20, 27). This mnn had seen Peter with Jesus In Gethsemane when Peter In his rashness smote off the ear ot Malchus (see verse 10). Hearing Peter's denial, this servnnt of the high priest put the question, "Did I not see thee In the garden with him?" When Peter uttered the third denial the cock crew, bringing to his nttentlon the warning words of Jesus (Mark 14:72). This Is an example of what a disciple of Jesus may do In the hour of great temptation. II. Jesus Commits His Mother to John (10:23-27Though suffering the Indescribable anguish of the cross he tenderly remother membered bis nnd charged John to care for her. Mary had other sons who should have cared for her, but they were unbelievers till after Jesus' resurrection. He knew thnt his mother would have better care at the hands of the beloved disciples than at .the hands of her own children who did not believe In and love Jesus. Love to Jesus Is stronger thnn human affection. III. Peter and John at Jesus' Tomb ). ). grlcf-strlcke- n Prescription to women who regoing thru middle life. At thit ttoe my health failed. I was extremely nervous nnd suffered with- pains in of my neck and head. I was very miserable until I began taking tho 'Prescription,' hut nt once commenced to mend nnd I was very soon strong nnd healthy." Mrs. Susan Fuller, 10 Van Cleve Street. the-bac- NEGLECTING GOLD THAT OR COUGH? Why, when Dr. King's New Discovery so promptly, checks it r"S get such n proved successful remedy as Dr. King's New Discovery. develop seriously. natural yon don't wptlt t5 bo nnd let that old cold or cough drag on or that new attack Not when ybu can resist this standard reliever very long. Its quality Is ns high today as It always has been and It's been growing steadily in popularity for more than fifty years. 60c. nnd $1.20 a bottle at all druggists. Give It a trial. Cold, cough, grippe, croup does not Tardy Bowels, Inert Liver They just won't let you put "pep" Into your work or play. Sick headache comes from retaining waste matter and Impurities In the body. Feel right for anythlnrke tho liver lively, the bowels fction reguf lnrly, with Dr. King's N' Life 1W y Smoothly yet posltlveldbey P"m,j results that cleanse tl systema to make the liver and bcls rcspoia the demands of a strcni?healthy joay-Stil- l 2oa otalt dru'fgJts. Try vera '1 tonight T.1..I..- - "Cai.r. 'First."; ".Miss Safety First" ii nn 'nptan' employee of tie Philadelphia BPHi si,, u Mist Latiro (20:1-10- ). Pneumonia Neglected Cold il Mexico Has Air Force. Washington. Mexico has 24 war tjift' airplanes mobilized In Chihuahua ('Jy alone, nnd Is obtaining ndtlltlonnl plSucs from Germany, act'ordlng to Vvltr Department Information given to tbi' House Military Committee by l!rlg-aiUGeneral Xl'ltchell, Chief of Operation of the Army Air Service. The department also has Information, General Mitchell said, thnt former pilots In the German tinny nru arriving In for service) In nir forces there. Mexico Sewer Gas Blasts Alarm Crowds. Xew York. The white light tlls- was thrown Into a panic, olllco hillldltigs were shaken ami damaged mihI hundreds nf windows In the neighborhood were shattered when a series nf sewer gas explosions blew the top ill more than a scores of manholes, ending blue flames leaping high nbovo he pavement for blocks. The tlamago n broken glass alone was estimated Fire Chief Keiilnn at ?"n,000. er came n Itoman city, nqt unlike Sl- " Chester, but smaller. gateways still Tho old walls nnd survive, and the many excavations, carried out have discovered Itoman relics of much Interebt a town hall and market square, a temple, baths, fres coed panels, nnd also water pipes, said to have carried drinking water from the hills. A school Shop Talk. teacher was discussing tho way she had been changed from one building to another. "The manual training supervisor was with the superintendent when I went In to see where he was going to send me," she snld, "and I Just usked them If I wns to sweep shavings up In that department." Her listeners smiled; they smiled again when she continued: "Then the superintendent told me to go to the high school and sweep shavings up In the history department there." "Why," mildly put In one of them, "are they blockheads down there?" State May Operate Mines. N'nshvllle, Tenn, Representatives of operators nnd miners of Tennessee hnve been called by Governor Holier' s to meet In Knoxvllle to consider teps to end the s'oft miners' strike la Tennessee without action by the statu io seize the mines. Governor itobcrts in culling the meeting declared It an igreement was not reuched by the factions that the state woultl attempt to operate tho mines. -- Plant's Name Significant. Maugel-Wurz- GET SLOAN'S FOR YOUR of Clydu Ilarrodsburir. Jllbs Sallio .Mullens. former lieutenant, who who lives near town, sturted to the died from drinking carbolic acid, tit burn loft on a ladder nfter some ker- the home of Miss Margaret l'urrucker, shaws stored there. Shu slipped nnd after it fall, wits bent to llockport, tell, breaking her blp and wrist, and Iml., for burial. also cutting u deep gash In her bend. Vo.Wcs. I!0, hveii.sboro. The body PA! RELIEF You don't have to rub it in to get quick, comforting relief Once you've tried it on that stiff joint, gore muscle, sciatic pain, rheumatic twinge, lame back, you'll find a warm, soothing reluf you never thought a liniment could produce. ' Won't (tain the tkin, leaves no muss, wastes no time in applying, sure to give quick results. A large bottle means economy. Your own or any other druggist lias it. Get it today. 3Sc, 70c, ?1.40. Michigan Trains To Halt. Detroit, Midi. Fourteen passenger i rains tut the Grand Trunk system In Michigan will be suspended, It was hero by H. II. Whittcnbergor, Federal Manager for Ihut road. Bandits Loot Store and Steal Horses. Zapata, Texas. Mexican bandits raided tho Clareuo ranch on tho Amets ican stile of the Itlo Grande, 11 miles southeast of here, cxeaplng with from n store on the ranch. Tin number of bandits In the raiding party was not determined, but they were reported to hnve been nrmcd heavily. The only persou molested was the storekeeper, whom they bound uud gagged before looting the store. All provisions In the store were taken. No clue to the Identity of the bandit has been obtained, Ohloan Shot By The spelling of question which appears capable of being settled In different ways. What Is really Interesting about the word Is thu fuct that Its name was altered from ltunkelruben by the German people. At a time of famine Ilunkel-nibe- n saved the people from starvation, and vas for that reason given litthe new nutno of erally "fumlne root." The plant stood the Germans In good stead during the Intter days of tho recent war, thus once more earning Its sobriquet, by which It Is known everywhere In England. Christian Science Monitor. Mnngel-Wurzel, is a When Mary came In brenthlcss haste, announcing tho fact of the empty tomb, Peter nnd John ran to Investigate.. When John came to the tomb he gazed Into It, but when Peter came he went In. John with holy reverence hesitated to enter, but Peter through his Impulsiveness entered ut once. The difference does not He In tho fact that one loves more than tho other, but In their differOne Bhould not ent temperaments. expect the sumo behavior from nil. This investigation was convincing (v. 8). nd Com. IV. Peter's Restoration mission (21:15-10Peter had thrice denied the Lord, so before he again entered the service he bad thrice to confess his love for Jesus. In this commission to Peter Is sat forth the motive and nature of service which Is Incumbent upon all Christian ministers and teachers. 1. Ills motive love fot Christ. Love Is the supreme qualification for service for Christ; It Is the very spring from It Is not which all activity flows. learning and eloquence, but love that makes a pastor. (1) "Feed my lambs." The word for "feed" as well as "Iambs." signifies that the work here Is that of nurturing tho babes In ChrlsL (2) The word here "Feed ray sheep." means to feed, guide, correct, and lead It the maturer class of Christians. carries with It not only the responsibility of feeding, but correction nnd discipline. If this be attempted without love, failure will Inevitably ensue. (3) "Feed my sheep." This relates to the care of the aged Christians. The word "feed" returns somewhat to the meaning In the first lnstnnw where he says, "feed my lambs," ho thnt the ministers' responsibility to care for the nged Is equivalent to that of the young. ' ). ladel- M. Itoadlger. who went to phla In 1917 from Xeiv Ygj n r,icr Sehlldi,as ,,e. ha.l sue unit previously at R,,, hdao m cnicago. iter wor. is the schools and, aftqr fVinB ,e children stories thnt attract uelr vterest, to organize safety patrk antteach the children rules of cautk,, &e gpeaks two or thrice times to j,re ian 250,-00-0 school children cveryCm gince she went to Philadelphia thte has been a decrense of 37yi,r cnt n the number or ciuiurcn nurDy trolley t in ( I cars. Cuticura Soap for the CoWiexona Notning oetter man wmcncMn dally and Ointment now and then needed to make tne complexion cieu. scalp clean nnd hands 'soft and white Add to this the fascinating, fragrant Cuticura Talcum and you hnve tht Cuticura Toilet Trio. Adv. Helping the Law. The Missus (nt 2 a. m.) Nice hour to nrrlve home and a nice state to Explain, you In, I must sayt ar-rt- Himself 01' friend asked mo to help blm gather ev'dence of vl'lntlons law, m'denr, e of the on' I Jus' (hie) couldn't refuse. Buffalo Express. wur-tlmpro-bltio- n brute! It Is moro difficult for some men to collect their wits than their bills. Rest is the sweet sauce that Is dished up In connection with hard labor. Neglected Kidneys Kill Thousands OILDFRT HIIOH.C CO. Ilalttmore, Md. , KING PIN CHEWING Frankfort. Ill health as one of the Harrodsburg. Jlr. James Crews, of reasons for remission of Jail sentence, Salvlsa, this county, was badly burr was cited to Governor Mack in thu by being caught In tho belting of n cno of C. I. Leak, Franklin, Ky., fodder shredder. He was curried whose Jail sentence and around twice and bis foot accidentalfor carrying a concealed ly' struck tho connection to the power weapon, was remitted. box, which saved his life, but his arm Is completely crushed nnd It Is feared Kllzabethtown. Tho Itev. George he Is hurt Internally. F. Tlnsley, the pastor of the Christian churches nt Kllzcbethtowu and Glen-dalJlayflcld.-r-T- he son of will sever Ids relations by resig- Mr. nnd Jlrs. Harry Nnnce, of nation to take a special course In wns bndly burned a few days Transylvania, at Lexington, beginning ngo, while playing In front of an open the first of next year. grate. ten-da- y e d Fnrm-Ington, J The tastiest tobacco you ever tasted. Frankfort. One of ,tlio first dlitlll-In- g plants of this county to bo converted to a new uso will bo tho W, A. Gaines Co. distillery, wnlch will be operated by tho Frnnkfort Grain Products Co., Incorporated hero to o nigur, maltose, Hyrups nnd other products nnd of com, sugar and sorghum. Tho company It capitalized at $100,000, imiiiti-factur- Louisville. destroyed a farm nt Oiell, stock barn, a dairy barn, a tobneco bnrn, n silo, flvo horses, Jive calves, crops, farm Implements nnd vehicles, nil valued nt about $10,000, Manual rooter returning from tho Kllzabethtown gnuio assisted In saving much property. A farmhand who was careless with a match cuusod thu fire. Frankfort. A parole- - was granted M. Hlckorstiinr, Jefferson county. Ho wits ontPiii'i'd In 101T to n term of flvo years for malicious shooting. Flro on lr. Ky., II. JlcClns-b- y Bandits, UNCLE SAM a SCRAP chew in PLUG form MOIST & FRESH ('allien, O, Two youthful automobile bandits held up a Standard OH tilling station here, and when K. K. I'ottorf, 50 years old, clerk of tho ktu-- t ton . leached for his revolver lie wus shut through the abdomen. The excupisl after taking about $"0. Tub-uotai m& maiM ts 8oap Cuticura Soap Best for Baby 2&of. Jtt. Htcitlnif. Jllus Mary Smith wn bndly scnbled about Ihv fnco ntid hand when she nttompled to pour boiling water from onu vessel Into another, Withdrawal cf Americans. Itorder representatives of American concerns In Mexico prepared to carry out Instructions for withdrawal of American citizens employed Mouth of Uio Itlo Grande. Ml I'tiKu. OlDtaoeatzn A&fla.TaleuaKo. b "CaUcva, lept, H. BntJf Sottoa.'1! Dr. Mmwrfi . . vst' rn use of two rows of buttons. A touch The Popular Tunic Gown. The tunic gown has proved lUelf of bright color was added In red Bilk, so becoming to most women, Its long folds of which were seWed under the edges tho fcleeves lines adapting themselves to stout or In theofbodice front.and under a slash A dozen shiny slender, that its popularity remains. nickel buttons on the silk In th long, knee length, Is loose, slash added to tho guy red The tunic is effect. end loosely tied with a uarrow sash. Ono oj these tunic gowns seen was of Move the Pockets. dark blue, embroidered at neck and Pat pockets on the underside of foot of tunic skirt in black silk flosi. aprons near the rbibt hand edge and The tunic was slashed at either side, they will bo found Just s convenient tcb ot doer and the skirt bencpth, much naryow-ir- , for use, yet Will not repetteJ .tun slashed effect by the knobs and gel torn. Hp Owns Up, COLD TO SHINE, A and Kas STOVE trect." Quick Z JseE-STOVE POLISH "I don't like the uj of that word If Head jflliaHMHltal Ullt UAJtrUI. "t to btilut mi mi r 'party.' say you are going to see t genso." MAITIM tleman, f e'ell, dad, I'm coin; to sco a girl." I "Where ure you going, son?" "Going to cull on u party down the ' BronchialTroubtos the and you (imitation rHkva tb Sooths ditticte. Da Iwtb quickly ami dhctlteV by ualaa; ptcojpU a depcndiWo.wapJjr i P I S OS i..y ja W4 -- Corrected Sent nee, Teacher Correct thV sentence: "Tim llo,uor whet the I mod bought noon, we liqtW 'ltrlit I'liDil drank.' "WfeA uiin uLa lw...k, I Cet Quick Relief Before It's Too Lata DoddV Kidney Pills ravorita steak?" For Two Generations. After the salesman "Not much. Few people are awake to the dangers gets through charging for the suet and of diseased Kidneys. Statistics show the bono the cost of the edible porthat deaths from Ilrlght's Disease and tion Is scarcely worth mentioning." Hewing Blocks With Razor. Like other kidney troubles havo Incrensed over 50 in Inst few years. Most of us to work upon the vulTo endeavor delay treatment vfo get a pain in the Valuable. gar with fine senve Is like attempting back, loins and let. it 'go. Meanwhile, "Guess I'll have to go without any to hew blocks with u razor. Pope. tho malady tightens Its grip until ' sugar ut dinner." finally Brlght's Disease, then hospital Seek and Ye Shall Find. 'Couldn't you get any?" and doctor bills. Ask. and It shall be given you; seek, "It Isn't that. I have quite a little, For two 'generations Dodd's Kidney but I've lost thu key to my safe de- and ye Khali find; knock, and It shall Fills have been saving thousands upon b opened unto you. Matt. 7:7. thousands from the ravages of kid" posit box." aey disorders but they must be taken In time and be' Successful Clubs. The Strike That Failed. sure you get ludlaua bus made a big success ot The Business Agent Married WomDodd'. W1H 11 vl-en's Union, local 403, has voted for a the boys' apple clubs, but through lack If your drugstrike on their husbands. You will of funds bus not been able to enlarge gist is sold opt. walk out ut noon tomorrow. the work us much as desired, except, send 00c In stamps The Union Member And give some through the state vocational schools. With druggUt'a name to Dodd's strikebreaker a chance to vnnip my One orchard of CO apple trees has Medicine Co., Baf-fa- !, been pruned and sprayed by u group uushaud? Not me. N. Y. of 14 boys under the direction of the local teacher of agriculture, assisted Broke. "They say the recent Influenza epi- by tho stute extension specialist. ferCKOUP, COLDS, demic was largely Incrensed by the PNEUMONIA INFLUENZA Boring a well in Queensland recentUothf a bo aid ktD s. Itr of Bai Vspo. circulation of gernui'on pater money." ly resulted In the discovery of two Waia CwWi-lmftuthA HalaAunvaalat. POMMOBlt, tBMUMS IMS "Ho? Did you have the 'fluT HH rttM-- i throat, Mat? im U II veins of hard coal. UlT and is am will aUt taw.a4vHS(, btX "tfo." WBMUoa ud pramnio rtMtsi slfi 9 Expectancy. No Longer Papoosss. "Mary, why If Willie so keen on The teacher hud been telling the to cburcb again next Sunday?" children of the North American "The parson fell out of bis pulpit and during (ho course of her waxHft UKtrttaniii neck, and sea, Ml St.Sa u all Srac auna awl testa1 V wife this morning and broke his remarks stated that na MtuteIntsOu. Willie thinks It's part of the regulai Is. called a "tsquaw." "Now, children," she continued, "If routine," Columbia Jester, an Indian tiisunna Is culled u 'squaw,' Strange, what do you tblok they call the little "Her wedding ring Is made ef Indian babies?" A solwr youtH In the rear of itu, pluMBUM." Invalv. I uiiu,' If tut wnnilfir I room replied: ,. George nnd I kXve ws'iiaint "If the tuatnuiJs nro called "mi m'&mlm happy l 1 cuess they cf I the babk .. .. ..... i ... tMuuija ".itur HUlUlUa! "Ml " 1" """ftf "Girls' Cwwunios. SHasaasaaaHHasfaHasasiiaaBBSaHaBaanaaaaW co-tuInu-ian- Counting the Cost. "How much do you pay for beef- Yearly. Will Punish Wrong. No fallacy can hide wrong, no subterfuge cover It so shrewdly lint that One will discover and the punish It. Itlvarol. rFLORJDA-- i I VsVaAasksjsaatfSMatfBil . . ..aa JLl'u t. .la- ; tr- - Tl v - f- "I ., H ,- - t AM . V uirjinvnTibfli uiiwA,juTTjnuavii,bi, ' a. i . .jaWrav waui TO I GET READY my When ,n.t Df TICT" THlFLIAH Eases Colds once! Relief with Pape's Cold Compound" At ? THE IMPOSTOR By FKANK L. PAOKAUD y- its- if-? k- - at- atf- V' tf- 'SSISrffSS at at- X m jEllukt akw-Mtntntm- c ikt (Copyright.) ENTER QUNQA. i " atay i Tho flrst doso cases your cold t Don't stuffed-up- l Quit blowing and snuffling t A doso of 'Tape's Cold Cd vund" taken every two hours undoses are taken usunlly til a jp a severe cold and ends all gx'iT1' misey. llc'lcf awaits you I Open your clogjed-unostrils and the nlr pass-oof your head; stop nose running; re?evo tho headache, dullness, fever sneezing, soreness and stiff- p pi Cold Compound" Is the quIckcstVsurest relief known nnd costs ."lltpa's 2fnl? nvfew pSpo'sl ts Contains t drug stores. It without nsiu "e. Tn8ts nice. corrf' no Adv. i,' r a' Insist on Great Expectations. , I expect to have a great library .some dny. mnny a good Gotham Iluylng books, nre you? "N'o. I've stopped that." "Well, I don't quite got you." "Oh, I expect nil the books I've lonneil to be returned some dny." Church , i ASPIRIN FOR HEADACHEJJama - Vn' Aspirin "Bayer" is on Genuine . say Bayer "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" In a "BayV package," containing proper Jlrectfcns for Headache, Colds, Pain. Korolgla, Lumbago, and Rheu-matlsm Name "Bayer" means genuine Insist o V kplrl prescribed by physicians for aVnetitn years. Handy tin tox.es of 12 tat ts cost few cents. Aspirin Is trade tiu of Bayer Manufacture of Adv. of Sa'ollcacld. I y.'tr llbsMicr cier-'lr.-'r rrd ch-- Him. .inens: her notes U v I 1 W'. 'u Wjfl' KtAon ought tiirmnv vhlng Trnn- - rtpt. l't they lop" .,ra llI(1 mis s ns good S.lofoi'tyt nnyboiij ,,, . .'ft lotljes arc fully I injured 1 by the Certificate in each garment. B I f H Popular Tricu J HOME MADE TEA FOR CONSTIPATION by MuHm a purelyentire families because vegetable, does the ork and costs very little. . --a niPwhy pay high prices for IJver and 'Bowel rrnedles when none are better Dr, Carters K. ana u. lea, wnicii than Is purely vegetable, can be brewed at hoin. and a small package will last a long time. Thousands of old neop'e will tell you thev have beta drinking It for years, and havo been afur the liver and bowels days by a rut be; In nna condition in a few foil) bedtime cup, that only an occasional cup Is afterwards necessary to keep one f6''iln? fit nnd One. cup of Dr. Cat 1'eople who drink ter s K. and D. Tea once In a while, sel drom, if ever, have nny blilous attacks, rick headache ot sallow skin. It's good for boys and girls, especially thoua who aru peuvlth and fretful. Druggists have beer, selling it for many years B. C. Wells & Co., Le Roy, N. Y Montr back without queutlut U HUNT-8AI.VK UI1 In Ue treatment of ITCH, KCZKMA, BI NO WOBUreTT EK or other itchl-u- f tlla dUeaaes. Price 73a at arnrgtsta, or direct from AJ. I iurf ieticM CcUensaUM. waxm SINCE t U I07O J I.' The Vendetta. "You. Gungnl" Wallen whispered hoarsely. "You you did this. For God's sake, what does It mean? How did you come here? Where did you come from?" "Sahib, there Is no time to talk," tho other nnswered gravely. "There Is much danger. Come quickly. We will go back to your ship." "You know about that the ship?" mumbled Wnllen. "How " "Sahib," almost plteously, "come." There followed for Wnllen n space of time that he could neither estimate In duration nor of whose events In the Interval he could form nny concrete whole. There were dark streets and darker byways, nnd nlways before him, wralthllkc In his loose white garb, the tiirbaned figure of the ICast Indian; with Sam. nnd then n boat from some dnrlc corner of n Jetty nnd they were In It, nnd Gtinga was rowing. CHAPTER V Continued. His mind had been ;n chaos; picturHut at tho expiration of that time ing again nnd agnln the fearsome sight he wns stealing nlong tho opposite side In the glow of thnt burning match ; trying to span the ten years since ho had of the street In front of Drlnk-IIous- e -Satn's ngnln : nnd. grateful now for tho last seen this man; striving futllely dlnglness of the surroundings and the absence of lights, slipped Into n narrow urenway, or more properly n space sumo three feet wide? between facing Drlnk-Houtwo buildings Snm's, nnd lay down upon the ground. Hy and by Drlnk-- louse Sam would go to bed, by nnd by that light In the barroom would go out, by nnd by the u untd"br'lr"iercil, nnd by inn get nnd by somewhere In that house he would get Sam alone. Wnllen lay there, his eyes on the barroom door across the street. Occasionally someone straggled In, occasionally someone straggled out; but It was many hours, while ho grew stiff and cramped, before the place began to empty out before Drlnk-IIous- e Sam himself at the doorway was ejecting, with some force nnd more profanity, what appeared to Ije the Inst of his guests. And then the light in the barroom wns extinguished. It was very late ; but precisely what time It was Wallen did not know, only that he had lain there for an Intermi then?" nablo spnee. Well, he had waited so "Yes," said Wallen. "Sahib, There Is No Time for Talk." long ho could nfford to wall still nn other hour until Drlnk-IIousSam and whoever else was In tho place had but with n sort of maddening, Irre Gunga tells of Ram Gulab got to bed and got to sleep. This time sponsible Insistence, to grapple with this and that question that enme nnd Singh. he would leave nothing to chance. went In lightning succession; and al A light appeared suddenly In the ways reverting to that black room, the end room on the veranda over the bar sputtering match, (TO I3E CONTINUED.) nnd Drink-Hous- e room nnd Wallcn's lips parted In a Sam upon the bed again. twisted smile. Luck again! That was NO REFUGE IN BANKRUPTCY And now they were far out In the Drink-HousSara's room! The man, harbor nnd the water v. as very still, silhouetted against the light, was open and under the moonlight It wns very In Olden Times Severe Penalties Were Ing the vcrandn door, for air probably. black, nnd n little ahead ho could see Meted Out to Men Unable to The room obviously then hud two the Monlelgh; nnd then Guuga lay Pay Their Debts. doors, for Mnrle had entered It from upon his oars spoke, and the Interior of the house. Wnllen "Sahib, Is It true what they say A curious custom was prevalent In smiled ngnln. Ho would enter from that the master is dead?" France during the sixteenth and sevthe verunda. I.uck wns coming now The question In Its abruptness, Us enteenth centuries. Anyone who found In greater measure than ho had dared slgniflcnncc, came like n physical shock It necessury to liquidate his nfTulrs to hope. to Wallen; but, too. It roused hlni, was obliged to weur a green cap a Tho light In the room went out. cleared his brain of it chaotic obses- humility to himself and a wnrnlng to passed, i quarter of an The minutes sion, and brought him back, alert nnd others. s hour, a half, and then tense, to Those who made a hobby of getting actualities and his Immediate Wallen sat up, unlaced his boots und. surroundings. rid of their Indebtedness by wny of tying them together with their strings, "It Is true," he, nnswered slowly. the bankruptcy court should at all slung them uround his neck. "They suy aboard that It was an costs steer clear of Chlnn. BankLike a shadow, u little blacker than that father accidentally shot ruptcies ure unknown In that the surrounding blackness, he was himself whllo he was cleaning nn auto- country, ns almost they entail Immediate exucross tho street, nnd quickly, agilely, matic pistol." ecution. sllpntly, was swarming up one of the Gungu's face was In tho moonlight, A similar drastic punishment usd vernnda posts. and Wnllen stared at it now nnd could to bo meted out to delinquent In He pnused ns he reached the rail to not tuke his eyes nwny. Jnpan. listen the rail was old and It had A whiteness came upon the swarthy To come nearer home, one need only creaked it little, not loudly, but who fentures. the lips quivered tremulously go bnck to a Httlo before the Act of might have been heard. knew! It like a child's ; und then it seemed to be Union to And thut debtors In Scot- There was not a sound. another face, distorted, an Inhuman land were obliged to wear garments Ho swung over onto .he vernndu and passion In the twitching muscles, the of diverse colors, n suit of gray nnd moved cautiously forward. In a mo- lips parted nnd across tho yellow being the most common. ment he was at Marie's dopr. Again gums, xhowlng the as n beast In Slam, a man unable to meet, his Nothing not u he listened. might fchow them as t crouches to liabilities was put In chains nnd comOnly darkness within, pitch blackness spring. And then this, too, was gone, pelled to work as a slave for bis credand he could &eu nothing. for the bend was bowed over the oars, itor. Should ho escape, his wife, chil was set now, hu Juws and Wnllen could no longer see. Ills face dren, futher or other relative were Ills plait was simple Presently Gungn looked up. but now seized In his stead. to choko this human devil Into submis- his fitco was Impassive. At one time bankrupts were consid sion heforp the other could make a "It Is fate, sahib." be said In a low, ered criminal offenders even In EngBound, to get hl Angers tlrnt of all strange way. "Allah Id rjTeat. I have land. As a matter of fact, certain upon lite rulHnn's throat. loved the master ninny years, und now cases of fraudulent bankruptcy havo stealing Into the room, feel- I urn the servant of his son. Sahib, Incurred the death penalty In this He wits ing before him. lie touched the foot will you pay blood wllh blood?" country, Any concealment tt 'boots of the bed und guided himself along "You mean," said Wallen, his own or the secreting of property by a the hide of It. voice low, "that ou, too, know It was debtor wns so punished. Under this Stfullhlly, Inch by Inch, hu crept lc not un uccldent Hint It wu murder? law n man called John I'errot was nurd the bead of the bed, reached It, And that Drlnk-IIousthough he hangd In 1701. London Sam, lili? liiimU Miot forward, lunging swift-I- j was miles away, bad a hand In It, and body weight behind them, that was why you killed hint?" wllh the Of the approximate 10,000 Japanese 'Inscil on the man's throat and tho 'Suhlb," said Guugu softly, "I did In the Philippines 2,000 ure said to be I'iKlii'it he unit stuugerliiK buck not kill the man; I was too latol" merchants. Drink-Housbar-roobar-rooe 1 1 Drlnk-Hotwe e e three-quarternccl-dent; tight-drawn Scottish trader there. MacKnlght. In a small boat Wallcn's boat drifts to the Island of Arru and a cares for him. Learning that a ship Is In port on the other side of the island, twenty miles away, Wallen, though unnt for the task, starts to reach it, 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 nrat mate, and Helen MacKay, a passenger. They convey him to the vessel. Tho ship proves to be a nm.Hl tramp steamer, the Monlelgh, Captain Laynton. Lnynton tells Wallen the vessel had been chartered by Wallen's father to find him, the father knowing, his son to bo In gravo danger because of a feud between the elder Wallen and a notorious pirate. Ram Gulab Singh. Laynton also Informs him of the death of his father, explaining that the fatatlty was believed to bo an accident. Wallen Instantly associates his father's death with tho Chinaman's confession on tho .Upolo. He takes over the charter of the vessel and nails for Singapore, Helen MacKay explains that she Is on a visit to an aunt in Sumatra. Wallen agrees to toko her there. Just touching at Singapore, where he Is determined to fathom the mystery of "Drink-Hous- e Sam's" enmity. While looking over his father's papern, which Iaynton 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 wheh all but the forefinger had been hacked away. He recognized It as ot sinister Import, connected with the death of Ills father. At Singapore Wallen leaves the ship, alone, nnd e Sam's visits determined to forre from him an elucidation of the mystery. Announcing himself ni Stacey Wallen, Sam denounces him as a liar and the crowd In the attacks WnllJri escapes, but waits him. outside the place, having made up his mind to have an Interview alone g Synopsis Stacey Wnllen, first mato of the bark Upolo, In the Java aes, Is the solo survivor ot the crew, all victims ot yellow (ever. Tlnn Wah, Chinese sailor, last man to die. tells Wallen be and Ave other Chinamen were sent Sam," noaboard by "Drink-Hous- e torious character ot Blngapore, to to Wallen an kill him. This recalls Incident rf his childhood which seems connected with tho confession. Whllo delirious, Wallen enters In the ship's loir the fact of his death and abandons the vessel wnrd, n low cry of horror on his lips. Ills hands were wet wet with warm , blood lie could not see, but he knew It was blood. Unnerved, shnken to tho soul, n panic upon him, he Mood there for a moment, his mind In riot. Then, fight ing desperately for he took n match from bis pocket nnd lighted It, He closed his eyes on the sight. Home one had done tho horrible work only too well the man's thront wns only n gaping wound. The match In Wallcn's fingers still burned on, forgotten. He must get out Snm's mouth of here. Drink-Houswns closed forever. Ho could have laughed nloud, hysterically, at the ghastly Irony of that. He must get nwny unseen before what wns that? There was some one else In the room. Some one moved. The match, In Its dying flame, spurted up. A tall, gnunt form loomed before him. That 1 l, e face I Where had he seen that face? Tho match dropped from his fingers. That face I It seemed ;o be nssoclnted with dreams of long ngo. And then n voice spoke: "Sahib, come quickly." And then he knew. It wns Uungn. CHAPTER VI. "JTou didn't kill hlml" Wnllen cried "Then who" Ho leaned forward nnd gripped the other's wrist fiercely. "Gungn, the time hns come for mo to know. Why was my father murdered, nnd by whom? Why did he live thai strange life In thnt old gray, stone e house? Why did Sam sel n crew of Chinese murderers looso upon me? And this" he held out tho diagram of the human hand with Its missing fingers "what does this slg tilfy, nnd why wns It slipped under the door of my cabin Inst night? In the moonlight Gungn'i face wn") working ngnln, nnd his eyes, narrowed, seemed to be senrclilng Intently the smfnee of the water nround him. "Among tho crew, sahib," he nsked, tail man with "there Is a Kunnkn, great shoulders, nnd whose Hp Is scarred as though It had been cut ncross?" "Ycsl" Tho word wns n shnrp ln take of Wallen's breath. "Then It Is true," said Gunga "Tonight he slipped nwny from the ship nnd swam ashore; nnd It tnny be, for Allnh Is nil powerful, thnt ho will swim bnck agnln. I lay hidden, sahtb. where I have lain hidden for many nights, nnd he came and told the story; nnd I, Gungn, listened unknown to him, nnd the light wns gone from my life, ns he told how be had shot the master through tho porthole and thrown the pistol and those things to clean It with In upon the floor. "And he told of you, sahib, and the strnngc wny you came aboard the ship, nnd how twice he had tried to kill you, but fate had not willed It so. And nt Inst, thinking that your death was sure, cither by bis hand or by one In Slngnpore, and thinking to torture you with fenr ho put the pnper with the hand upon It under your cnbln door. "And other things he told ns well. sahib. "Of how the captain and the crew thought strangely of tho voyage, of how, through him, they came to whisper nmong themselves that It was n treasure-hunt- ; nnd how, the day nfter you came aboard, before he knew tho ship wns going to Singapore, thnt you might not escape by going nshore nt somo port where they would not be wnltlng for you ns they would nt Slngnpore, thnt you might even be forced by the captnln to stay on board, ho pretended to have found a slip of paper with a certain latitude nnd long! tude upon It which he mndc pretenso you had dropped from your pocket. "This he carried to the captain. thinking that thecnptnln would believe the treasure within his rench and search for It on his own nccount In splto of you, snhlb, nnd so keep you aboard, for the paper was the position Ham Gulab Singh had gtvon the Kan-nkns he hnd nlso given the drawing of the hand; but the captnln only took the paper nnd bade him hold his tongue nnd " "Wnlt," said Wnllen quickly. "It Is certnln, then, thnt Captain Laynton nnd the crew had nothing to do with my father's murder with Drlnk-IIous- e Snm?" "It Is certnln, sahib," Gungn nn swereu. "inougn, too, mere are strange things nhout that ship but tho tale Is for another time." "And this Ham Gulab Singh?" Wal len questioned througn thin lips. Gunga's eyes were still searching the wnter around him In the same Intent, curious wny. "Have patience, snhlb," ho said. "Time does not press now. It Is well that you should know nil before you go nbnard. The ship Is to sail at once, Drink-Housa, a taM . telling a Ho ha breaths dlBsrenMr from when he Is tolling the truth. The difference was discovered by of tome toita Your Liver Active, Your made upon W ttMfcnts by Professor Kep ,ir x.r j jswrn runncu nna rco Jt'rom Denuail of Italy. are helping their husbands,' to , prosper are glad Celds by Taking Galotabs, Ho proparad carets boiring letters, thev eneouraffed them to m rhef thM rnnM m1r . hnm nf figures and diagrams and distributed the Nauscalcss Oalomel own ssve paying rent and reduce eon of living where they couia res en pntpenty and yidepenijence by buying on easy terms. these among h4 pupil. These were Tablets, that are Derequired to deacribo tho cards cor lightful, Safe and rectly, except la Certain case when Sore. land similar to that whlehlfroogb, many years hss ylsldsd from 20 the card were marked with a red a4 bushels of wheat trt he ers. Hundreds of farmers in Western wwiraa naTo nisco crops jn, wwe season worth more than the whole receiving them cost of their land. With sftcn crops come prosperity, independence, Rood Physicians and Druggists aro advis- atar, and the student homes, and all the comforts ai) it conveniences which make for happy IlTlna. ing their friends to keep thtlr systems wore required to deicribo them falsely, purified and their organs in perfect Each student was watched carofully working order as n protection against by his fellows, who, Ignorant of the They know nature of tho card, tried to Judge from Oood climate, mod rfcdhbors. churches, the Teton of Influenza. f&WZZ&u. scnoois, rural incpnone. etc., RtYe rou me KAJSRKsr-Jfe- ', clogged up system and a lazy hla manner whethor he was tolling tho that opportunities of a new Und with the con- - 3sfw5,"a3.3 arV. liver favor colds, influonza and serious truth or not The watchers were unveniences of old settled districts. complications. For lllm tfttal llurarora, nan, dmrl otlon f Yt able to Judgo with any certainty. ..aaaaaaaaaaaw rrm "pportcnlttn In Manitoba, Baikatehcwan. To ent, short a cold overnight and to and Alberts, ridwil railway ratM, cte., writ Under the direction of Professor prevent serious complications take ono Department of I amis rat km, Ottawa, Can., or re. CftloUb nt bedtime with n swallow of Benusal tho time occupied in inspiralr V. S. NETRCRY, Room 03, Inter water that's all. No salts, no nausea, tion and expiration was measured, orken Station DIdg., Columbus, 0. no Rjfping, no sickening after effects, and the measurement was taken again Canadian Ciovernment A cent next morning your com nas vamsneu immediately after he finished. It was ltvA la vrilir RVKf pm f nnrt found that the utterance of a fnlso iSS? arid refreshed nnd you aro ecllnj statement always Increased and tho The Skeptic. Set a Bad Example. Cno with a hearty appetite for break "I'm going over to the county seat." Itncon Don't you believe In fast. Eat what you please no danger. utteranco of a truo statement always Calotabs nro sold only in original diminished tho quotient obtained by said a citizen of Straddle Illdge In recents. dividing the time of Inspiration by tho, ply t6 the Inquiry of n neighbor whom Kgbert No, I don't. sealed packages, prlco thlrty-fivEvery druggist Is authorized to refund time of expiration. ' ho, met In tho big road. "Got n caso "Don't you think tho two sexes can your money If you are not perfectly Dr. Anton Roo, commenting on In'riiurt there." work well together?" delighted wirn vnininn. 'nuv.; "iVrhnps they can sometimes, but I 'Caurt has been put off for two these results, remark that tho discovery rarnlshes a certain criterion weeksVon account of the slcknoss;of can't got out of my mind the awful Almost Human. tho' Judge," wns tho reply. "IlfVr mess they once mndo of It." between truth and falsehood. I hnd occnslon to 'visit n smnll Jew oven a ctover liar Is likely to fallFor yon hcertl about It? It was narrated In "Why, when tlo you menn?" in clry store. While the Jeweler was an attempt to escape detection by tho paper tuther day, "When Jnck nnd Jill nttemptcd to showing me his wnrcs a voice from breathing Irregularly, '"Aw, I hcerd nbout It. all right convey n bucket of wnter up a certnln Professor tho renr of the shop called: "I'apa, having discovered that men ore enough, but I'm going, Just the same. hill." papa." Ilclng the owner of n line pur unnblo voluntarily to change their res- Them durn pnpers don't print nuth'n and much Interested In the birds piration so as to affect tho rot but lies these days." Kansas City result to the Jeweler nnd remnrked I turned Star. thnt the pnrrot's voice sounded nlmost KNOW HOW TO SAY GOOD-Bhuman. To my horror the Jeweler Mother's Memory. said, "That Is not n parrot that Is d Marian nccompnnletl my daughter." Wllh n few muttered When Time Comes to Go Don't Try to grnudfnther home for dinner the other words of apology 1 rushed front the Diplomatic About It PrisBe Sunday. Grandmother was delighted, shop nnd, although the jeweler had ofoner Says. hut she wished to seem surprised, so IIow often have you heard that sad fered me some unusunlly attractive Rho asked: "Now, whatever made you cry from tho victims of disease. Pernothing could mnku me fnce bargains, Nothing is more embarrassing than come today, baby?" haps tho disorder has gone too far for that Jeweler ngnln. Chicago Tribune. not to know how to say good-by- . Tho And baby made answer: "Oh, my help, but oftcner it is just in its first predicament places ono nt a gross dis- mntnma wns as mad as everything this stages and the pains and aches are only advantage. He becomes awkward, morning. She scolded John nnd tladdy nature's first cries for help. Do not BOSCHEE'S SYRUP. clumsy, floundering. Ills hands aro tool: his part, and then she turned on despair. Find out the cause and give nature nil the help you can and sho s A cold Is probably tho most com hams and his fingers swollen frank- me nnd gave me the dickens for repay you with health. Look eendy, and (mournfully) 1 ain't will kidneys. The kidneys are the nfter tho mon of all disorders nnd when neglect furters. He stands round ready and most any for n whole month." overworked organs of tho human body, ed Is npt to be most dangerous. Sta- willing to go, but doesn't know how to had and when they fail In their work of tistics show thnt more than three break away. Ho wants to go, feels filtering and throwing off tho poison A torpid liver nrerents proper food times ns many people died from la- that others would llko to see him Tone tv your llvtr with Wright's that constantly accumulates in the sysfluenzn last year, as were killed In vamoose, that he has overstayed his Indian VCKCtable rills. They act ccntly. Adv. tem, everything goes wrong. GOLD is that his MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules will the greatest war the world has ever welcomo andhospitality, presence stam-a but he BY' FRENCH KING give almost immediate relief from kidFOUNDED e years trespass on known. For the last ney and bladder troubles and their kinmers, halts, hesitates, mumbles and Doscheo's Syrup hns been used for dred ailments. They will free your coughs, bronchitis, colds, throat lr is all messed up over tho matter of "Cordon Bleu" Was Originally the body from pain in short order. But bo and getting out saying good-bHighest Order of Nobility In. Eurc to get GOLD MEDAL. Look for rttatlon and especially lung troubles, lucky stars if IJo the Gallic Kingdom. the name on every box. In three sizes, It gives the patient a good night's soma would thank his come along and sealed packages. Money refunded It "bouncer" would rest, freo from coughing, with easy Adv. A "cordon bleu" wns originally n they do sot help you. expectoration In the morning. Made end the agony by throwing him out. Now, remember, there's only one knight of the nnclent order of the in America nnd used in the homes of TO UNC! E SAM III thousands of families nil over the thing to do In a. case like that, when Holy Ghost, onfounded by Henry ac- DESTITUTION (lfi74-irS0you havo got a thing to say, say the' occnslon of his everywhere. civilized world. Sold Adv. and be honest and cession to the throne of France. The Large and Small Amounts Are Con Just say "Good-by- " not diplomatic about It and see how order consisted of 100 knights exstantly Being Sent in to the Typical Hun Trick. "Conscience Fund." Among tht" post cnrd.s widely clrcu nicely you settle the difficulty. From clusive of ofllcers and was nt one time the New Era, Federal Penitentiary, the highest order In the kingdom. So Intcd.In Goniiiiny nnd ISelglnm In 101-called on nccount of the color of the The "still small voice" of consi to justify the killing of Helglnn civil Leavenworth. ribbon from which the cross of the or- which Shnkespcnre tells us Inns there was one that purported to der wns suspended. In the course'of make cowards of us all, lias c, Maybe. show Kclgluns not In uniform firing time tills nppellntlnn was bestowed penitent persons throughout the I on approaching Germnn soldiers from "I wonder why the Hottentot mnkes the groom pay for his upon anyone that hail achieved emi- Stntes to turn Into Uncle Sain s thu windows of Louvaln university science fund" the sum of iientlyj AIde from the improbability that eiiy wife?" "Dunno." "Perhaps on the nence In his profession. The de Sotive. Compte d'Olonne n million dollnrs since ISll, ffae1 one took n photograph of such an af ground thnt what you get for nothing ,.. L .....it ll.UUUII HUSIIVV.'li ed, don't appreciate." Loulsvllio and some others, who were cordon III .l l.lllll ..11..., I,.. ...n fair. It Is Interesting to know that you hletis, met together as a sort of club, transgressions of thwe conrr Courler-Journnthen are. no windows on the side of n ml wore noted for their cover n wide ranco f Inw tht u.ilvcrslty thnt appears In the "J dinners. Hence, when anyone had There Is also n c'Ct vnrtvv- - tJsm Three-Ral- l enrd did Its lying work. Switches. dined well, ho said: "Well, thnt Is n amounts Df the Jfuins j pHrlUm, Youth's' Companion. Australian engineers have Inve. true feast of the cordon bleus." Finally ranging from twrents iffltm-- , threo-ral- i switches for use by rntlroau n p'ostngtttamp' Allier" cost where three rails are laid In each track the term was 'applied only to first-rat- e cooks, who, nfter nn examination, re the government KVnore Von ls: ,tenl to accommodate rolling stock of differceived n medal suspended from n blue stolen by evndlfe cst I ent glltlKi'.-!- . ribbon. Llttre says thnt the blue apron .Most nt tlio nnrsftk who St t,i mo""-.Yon tidturally feci secure when vou formerly worn by many cooks have 10 this fund try tdkeep tliol knrfrtlut the mcdiune you,'arc about to sjnr Fans In China. carried by men nnd wom helped to earn for them this nattering n sprrot. nrrnnllni to n w take is absolutely pure and contains no New York Sun. Some of them en of fcvery rank in China. It Is a designation. harmful or habit producing drugs, tl.ol. l.nn.l.. rlfln.. nT r'"POSe ifuch a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-- compliment to Invite a friend or dis e 0,m tinguished guest to write somo sent! OCEAN LIKE ANOTHER WORLD snell words. All Boot, Jadney. liver and bladder remedy. unnecessary, howtr, Thefsame standard of purity, strength ment on the host's fan as n memento and excellence is maintained in every of any special occasion. communion But Different: In That There Is No ury officials bold all bottlOvOl Swamp-Roottnns confidential ; It fnct. In this case one to Explain or explore Suggestive Sign. It Is scientifically compounded from nntl this alone, wrongdoers may con Its Mysteries. herbs. Railway stations. In Sweden at fess nnd make restitution without fear It is not a stimulant and is taken in which menls nre served nro indicated The ocean wns calm and "ilenr so of prosecution. teaepoonful doses. by the simple but suggestive plcturo very calm that It reflected, as If from It is not recommended for everything, Care Necessary. of n crossed knife nnd fork opposlto every vnpor that float It is nature's great helper in relieving to the name of the sintlon in tha a solid surfnee, Itedd I see n luncheon ca.-- 'i::s ' ed nlong the heavens; It was like sailand overcoming kidney, liver and blad time table. ing Into n new world a crentlon cently been Invented which is. s.i der troubles. shaped tnnt It will also serve as a foot-rewhose laws nnd boundaries must A sworn statement of purity Is with In an nutomohlle. Openly Arrived At. forevpr unknown to us. IIow ex every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Siyamp- no "The lecturer said that a wlfo citing to Imuglnatlonl Greene Looks nil right, but I sup So many fanKoot. tastic forms reveled beneath the trans- pose tho Indies In the party rauit exerIf you need a medicine, you should should be an open hook to her hushave the best. On sale at all 'drug stores band." She "I admit thnt. put ent crystal, huge rocks looking Ilk? cise great enro nnd not get their ldgh In bottles of two sizes, medium and Iiree. And n husband should be an open castles, exaggerated by the watery ins- French heels In the custard pie or rasp However, if you wish first to try this pockciuook to ms wire." Leadvtllo tance; bleak Alpine landscapes stretch- berry Jam. (treat preparation send ten cents to Dr. ing fnr away; and then tho monsters Kilmer & Co., BinidnEiton, N. Y., for a Up tn the Air. of tho deep moving fn the solemn sample bottle. When writing be sure and She I would not ranrry nny man on living things, majesty of silence I Hats Eight Feet High. mention this paper. Adv. During their ceremonial dances tho without ono sympathy for tho earth enrtb. He But If you accepted me I would The Stormy Sea of Matrimony. natives of I'apua, New Guinea, wear about them; without n single feeling Tlit: family thunderstorm In n Re probably the tallest hats In the world that wo can comprehend It mny be. not be on earth, but In the seventh vere bench cottuge wns not quite over. a headdress varying from six to If our eyes do not weary, that, In fnncy, henven of happiness. She You denr boy! I nra yours I Deep rumblings could still be benrd. sight fcrt In height and most gorgeous wo gaze deeper down, and strange, un"Well," snapped the woman, "I hope in r,i' earthly forms are succeeded by deeps Boston Evening Transcript. that I can now take my beauty nap on deeps the very eternity of wnters ! A Civil Antwer. Strong Character. without your Interruptions." where we can seo nothing but the "Ah, the weather man; how about "Sly denr." replied the mnn, "If that "John .7. Grumpson hns the courage bluo abyss! down down down It Ohm n ttHlft fihmvnp tml.ii.O Is what you ure going to tnke, you'll of his convictions." Is n fenrful thing to pass over their "Don't nt.k mo; II you need ono tnke neetl to Imltnte Itlp Van Winkle." "How so?" a great lesson. A.M. Hull.. mysteries It." A second storm broko wth violent "Ho won't even speak a good word Even If the Police Do Strike. lightning. Boston I'ost. Inferior car when tho owner of for nil A small boy snld it was lmpos?!blu "There's no rest for the wicked." it Is giving him ii lift to town." "Oh, yes, there Is. There's nrrcst to Judgo tho effect of n slipper Its Olrmlnghnm size. for the wicked." Not Popular. "Why don't you go to the bank and borrow money?" "I did once, but I don't like their methods. They expect you to puy U -- up Rid System of Clogged back wheu you orouilte to." k-- FOR "FLU" i Shown How Bolentlflo Tests Hav Plainly fj Davlator from tho Truth May Be Distinguished, sands sIbppy Houstwim in UTaPCffiTiini CANADA ,ni r Fertile Land at $15 to $30 an Acre Farm Gardens tW Poultry Dairying atcs VPtlM1tCr ,ihi1uwi i li-- o nnd" sl Y Three-year-ol- "CAN I BE CURED?" SAYS THE SUFFERER eat-In- nsslm-llatlo- fifty-thre- it Com-mnntl- i f w - l. d I. I" A Feeling of Security of yrt-cnu- t. ' re-'- ln st Herald-Democra- t. lr CARBON! and Waste Poisons-wit- h "Cascarets." CINCINNATI MARKETS. Hay and Qraln. It's the wise housewife who serves tth Corn No. whlto $1.WJ1.57. No. 2 Like carbon clogs and chokes a mo tor, so tho excess bile la liver, and yellow SI.fi301.B5, No. !! yellow $LG0 Utf. No. '.' mixed Sl.fKJfJl.M. No. 3 tho constipated waste In tho bowels. produce foggy brains, headache, sour, mixed Sl.noftl.52, whlto car (new) Sl.IOiRil.18, yellow ear (now) $1.45 acid stomach, Indigestion, sallow sleepless nights, and bad colds. Hound Hay Timothy per ton $27 it Let gentle, harmless "Cascarets" rid .M.50, clover mixed J2030.75, clover tho system of tho toxins, acids, gases, S32:S0. and poisons which are keeping you up-s(lata No. 2 choice 81W08.V. No. .' ' white ai',4Q Wc, No. 2 mixed 83083,ic, Take Cascarets nnd ttfjoy tho nicest, Ko, n mixeu k:wnjc. gentlest laxative-catharti- c you ever1 Butter, Eggs and Poultry, experienced. Cascarets never gripe, Iiutter Whole, milk creamery extras sicken, or cause inconvenience. "They 7l'.yc, centralized creamery extras 73e, work whllo you sleep. A is x of iircis, liutc, seconds uue, luiicy dairy (170. costs so llttlo too. Adv. Kxtrn Hrsts 78e, firsts 78c. or dinary llrnts 74c. Knew One When She Saw It Mrs. Crlmsonbeak Live Poultry Fowl Wuut detained 4tt lbs and you? fiver 25c, under 314 lbs 10c, roosters ducks, white, 4 lbs nnd over, tf-Mr, Crlmsonbeak I stopped on my lKc, way homo to get a cup of tea nnd a young turkeys, a ins unu over utc. Live Stock. bun. Cuttltr Shippers' StQ.&0G15, butcher "I suppose the tea was not essential. I see. you have tho 'bun all Kteers. extra $U.5Q12.C0, good to cholco $10,f0CMl.&0, common to fair right." ?0..V)10, heifers, extra 12?13. good to choke 'J.5012t common to Laugh and (he world laughs nt you ; cows, extra SO.&O01O.5O, good scowl nut) you're in good company. to- - choice X7.fi0t79.ri0, .tuckers, and et Cas-carec,. fan-$(ipl-i; skin, 117. Postum Cereal instead of coffee. For where coffee sometimes disagrees and leaves harmful after-ef- -, fects, Postum is an absolutely healthful cereal drink. Made hard-clampe- e Tlt-lllt- aOSrgggCOUGHS Print from your FAVORITE NEGATIVE H A CIIRiSTMAS GIFT FROM YOUR KODAK Ao.Enlarfc'ed , MMik.frfcwNksk. Send it to Miss Pmm HiY bourn 2nd. LmmvVit, Ky. Arriving at the railway station, Secretary Duntels and his party walked Secretary Daniel Announces It I to from tho train through an avenue of war camp community Be Equal In Slis to That of girls to a vehicle which hnd been fitted the Atlantic.) up us a ship's boat nnd which had the San Diego. Warships now on the name "Jnsephus" on Its bows. This bore the secretary und bis party to raclflc coast are only part ot the reception was fleet, and other vessels will be their 'hotel, where a cowing to tho west coast at Intervals, held. It took htm almost an hour to gerretnry of the Wavy puninn ay I reach the hotel becnuse of the throngs In the streets. Uy Januu-after his arrival,, here, Purbjg nn addrewi he m 1." he cald. "Ine I'acfflCalfe.vl will uf lWlaiaiitfttito 'i a section i hiAHf TO ENLARGE PACIFIC FLEET white-uniforme-d I'a-cif- lc y of tho United States. I am glad to be here to welcome the fleet which under Admiral Rodman ha completed such an Journey, I have Its Journey closely, The men and officer have dono a great task admirably," The I'nclllc fleet of American became A reality when six ot the heaviest line mattleshlps. In com. ruBiid ot Admiral ifch Rodman, dropped their anchor WL T Coroando hnd made redy to Ki,tn a welcome to their ner bomr. sst epoch-making dread-naugh- of roasted wheat blended with a wee bit of molasses. The extraordinary flavor of this beverage resembles that of the finest coffee pleasing to particular tastes. Two sizfrt . Pettum ts DIM ft MjU m4 Meralsuf. lUiSlCt the. Strew, IhaHki 1 (Talvcs good $11 feelers SG.50Q12. Kxtra 18.70W1U. fair to 18.50, common and. largo $0 KlIy mI.1 at 15c ar 25c 'J. ... m UR EVES I I i Msituif" Or s JuaLr vm l" as asm lnar l Sao. RafeoaJiM, Sate, far mon to cliolco heavy fat sows $1)0 nisJ ail srsr f nH llaii 'vsvpBS'wvi winter W?.'.'3. light snippers ivixmir 70. IU0 ins und less) iuyi3." isiBNHHrii.,rn a. mmw y,t. KtheyTkckefc, SSBfSJllRVsrrQ K1 sjj i i 9T JMUTn, H 99ttf x gm m d kusWVmWIIH , 1.175, good to choice packers nptl initchers $13.75, medium. Jlltra, com- Hags Selected, heavy shippers Crl fcfsy, Bltlj Crk, ftlicMg HHP I siaP5Ct m T-rOWINGSVILLE OWlNGSVlLkB, - ' X mm I OUTLOOK Published Weekly, KY. Entered according to net of Congress, nt tlio Owingsvillc, Ky., Post-ofllcmatter. ns second-clas- s Tim OUTLOOK'S subscription rates arc as follows: , $1.25 One year Six months Sovcnty cents forty cents Three months o 0. Owingsvillc, B. THOMPSON, Kentucky. DECEMBER 11, J 'Jill. THURSDAY, ODESSA Cornelius Roberts nnd Mason Gar-nrittcndcd the opening utiles of the tobacco market nt Mt. Sterling or I'Jr. TfM?s tf w fl-e- f Wednesday Worn, to . Jnmsi1 Folrn is Sir.--. 3r, n nnd wife. eonvnlo-oent R'rl. II. S. Oilm ft severe sick spell. Mrs. Oco, Gillnspie is suffering with quinsy but is better nt this time. . All the turkeys in this vicinity for Christmas market went for 30e. a pound. Mrs. Diileinn D.irnell moved last week to the bouse she bought of T. L. J ones in the eastern part of Owingsvillc. We regret to lose her us she was u line neighbor and citizen. Mark Truinbo will move to the house vacated by her. Miss Lucy Hell Darnell visited friends in Pari-- - and Richmond last week. George (lillaspie attended the funeral of his grandson Eugene Edison Mauley at Bethel Sunday. The many friends hero deeply sympathize with the parent- - in this their sad hour. nftcr Mis'? James daughter, Ardenn, returned from Middle-to'vOhio, Monday PRESTON Wiliamson and a, after several: Tacks of employment there. Mrs. T. .1. Heath and children visited relative.-- , at Morcheu'd several days last week. Linnie E. Williams visited her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Cole Jackson, at Olympin Friday and Saturday. Mary Ella Fitch, of Olvmpia, vis ited her aunt, Mrs. Jsoeph Williams, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Press Karnes spent Saturday and, Sunday wi'li .'lis daughter, Mrs. ''. L. Bolts,' nt Salt Lick. Bethel Carter and family moved ? Johtmn Station to the hone last pied by Ken Wells, of near here, lay lnt week. I OLYMPIA Vlu I y, iiiii-- lett i'rnlay to "the winter .ith her daughter, t A FINE ROAD Jlorscmn Born, Dec, 4 hi ...tit. on nnd wife twin boy The Fiscal Court of Montgomery Ull 111 inn nicM ,in nsucron Jark llico, Jr., JwlibJhad his leg county, ns nn experimental proposiher hand. Miss Marietta FiloKIi9visiting broken several wlkkhTwro is rapidly tion, has surface trchted the Owingsvillc pike from Ewinglon to Mt. Sterher cousins, MisseWil'llXms, nt Inmrnvinif. ling with a heavy aphatlic oil and this week. jMkaS? I'rcston pen gravel. This diameter of tront-mcMrs. Nancy MnieKSSfcrated her H9SF-Mr. J. M. JoneSfftjfgfAshlnnd, is Sutidftvt7f excludes the water nnd hold tti.. t - fni friends visfling his parenjnt jthis place. the macadam in place and mnkes a miss ioa iHoiiuirijpvisiu Miss Mac Richardson, of Mt. in Huntington, W.wajjra Mrs. Robert Ovcrby left Friday to Sterling, spent tlicjweck end with her used extensively in l II 0 umico oin c. make her homo with her daughter, mother Mrs. Lucyjjlichnrdson. Miss Imogcno 'Stephens, of Mt. and is proving very satisfactory, Mrs. Josso Hunter, of Nicholas Co. Picrling High Schdbl'Spont the week- Fayette .county, during lUZU'is pre end with her parents of this place. nnrini? to do n crcnt deal of this STEPSTONE Miss Josephine Trimlilc wns in Mt character of work anil we hope to Charlie Payne nnd wife, who have Sterling Inst week visiting her sister see Montgomery county do the same. been very ill, are improving. Motor traffic has incrensed so enorMrs. Clnrcnec (larrctt has been Mrs. Virgil Donuhuc. Mm. Jns. Ford, who has been quite mously as to make it impossible to poorly but is better this week. build macadam roods as fast ns they Little Dud Hatton is, better of his 'II, is much improved. Mr. Bethel Carter and family has nrc destroyed. Concrete roads cost- illness. Mrs. Spencer visited friends at noved to his farm near Salt Lick. mi: lrom tinny to iony wioH-mMr. C. E. Blankcnsip, who wiw hdollnrs a mile are out of the ques Salt Lick lost week. Mrs. Virgil Cnssity who' hns been quite ill the past week, is able to be tion nnd this surface treatment is the solution of the road problem in ill for sonic time is some better now. out again. Mr. Charles Tapp, of near Preston, our judgement nnd while it costs William, Jack Rlovins and son, something like n thousand dollars ii and little El.a Blevins, of Olvmpia. has been quite ill with II u. Miss Lillian Biehardson and Mr. mile it is worth it to preserve tm. Dan Blcvins and fnini'v the visited t. Clyde Hnekncy were guests of Mi-- s original investment. past week. J. D. Alexander, of Jit. Sterling, Iniogciie Stephens Sunday. visited his daughter, Mrs. Charlie Nice Birthday Party. Payne, last week. Dlceasc Cr.uced by Tree Tapping. There wns a party given by Mrs, Miss Ethel Wilson, of Carlisle, and lias found that the A Dutch scientist tier Mr. Burns Young, of the same place, disastrous brown Imst disease of the Everman. of Salt Lick, to; rubber tree Is caused by the present daughter, Pearlic May, on her 15th were married last week. Miss Wilson is a sister of Mrs. llachel Kay, method of tapping, and not liy a mold birthday, Dec. 2, 1!1. The pilrty of this place. Wc wi-- h them a hap- Infection, us bus previously been lieunn ot 7:30 and closed at 10:00. thought. Hnfrcshmcnts were served nt I'jM py married life. Pearlic .May received many pre-eMildred Brooks Stone, of Little Mrs. Everman was assisted in c:i near White Oak, visited his aunt, Fruitless Cause of Worry. tcrtaining the young folks by Miss Wo understand that .It Is unhealthy Mrs. Almizn Liniott last week. Everyone cnjoynl to cot between meals, but we are not Pauline Jones. Thosu present were. going to worry about that until we get themselves. SALT LICK some meals to cut between. Dallas 'Misses Lucy Bailey, Eugenia Baftex. Wc are having high water for the News. Iladys Cornctt, Marie Myers, It it'i third time in a month. Armitage, Grace rugate, Ituby Jones, dwelling (Julio Porter has sold his Lorain'e Fuset,Mublo Fassett, Ann-- i Masculine Contempt. adjoining the school building to Win. Sinnll ltlchard nkcd his sister to roll Mnude Shrout, Helen Fried, Mnrgnr- Montgomery and will move to the I1I111 and Us she didn't et Parks, Messrs. (Koar Cornctt, Wm. Staton place which he lately bis sleeve up for remarked, "(iee, and Letcher Kiinbrcll.Edward Wills, neatly purchased, as soon ns some repairs do Itexpect to be u wife yet I" lie you Maze, Claude Sleeks, Hands-forare completed. Staggs, Gilbert Wills, Kenton Bates nnd Oreen have bought of Lnthrum, Walter Knox, and Charlie Well Fixed for Eves. J. H. Campbell the office building forSpain has more than 8,000.000 fig Diekerson. W. J. Fell, merly occupied by the late ore and have moved it adjacent to their trees, of which about planted and cultivated You can buy nny winter suit, coat house on Main street for In regularly business orchards. or dress in our stock for the purpoio of giving them more off of the regular price. Spring goods room for their moat market and fruit will be very high nnd many garments Analogous. store. Spending n dollar before It Is earned represented in this sale will be good Thomas Perry jind J. Paul Wood have formed a partnership and are Is like eating today the egg that Is to for all the year. GOODPASTEIt ii CO. building a Hour mill on the old mill be laid tomorrow. site on Maple avenue. Cranston Cheap has taken a position witii an oil company in Lcc ssfe AROUND THE county and will leave to assume the his new position Monday. duties of .USD N ible Jones nnd wife, Mack Jones . In Siberia. , the families of Mr. and wife WedJones and Bernard Kautz last nesday. A young child of Mr. James Kar-ric- k died this week and wns buried in Dickenson cemetery. Miss May Stout is expected to otuo in a few days for an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. J. II. , 'i ... ilrs. rress ... nicvins any .... r. laid i i nt 'rrrffi sirs pianos or a player piano i Don't spend your Christmas money for trifles. Goto J. II. Brown's Mt, Sterling, Ky., 13 Bank St, and buy yourself otic of those fine i CHRISTMAS 131 (THREE GOOD FARMS FOR SALE AND HOUSE AND LOT IN OLYMPIA r OR SINGER SEWING MACHINE, some 'thing worth while. What is homo without music? And how can any woman Keep nouso without n Singer Sowing Machine All kinds of sowing machines repairod. Terms: Cash, or bayments if you wish. OR PHONOGRAPH, FARM NO. I Consist of 170 ncres on Slnto Creek in sight of Owingsvillc nnd joining the Ewing estate. Two new houses nnd h new tobacco Imrn. This is mostly now limstono grount that has never been tended and worn nnd is fine for tobacco. FARM NO. 2 Cosists of 118 ncrcs on Rose Run creek nnd s known ns the Isaac Shrout plncc. It Ims a very good house and largo tohrtceo bnrn, dotiblo cribs nnd stock bnrn nnd is oxtnx wrll fenced with woven wire nnd joins tlio Hamilton pike. FARM NO. 3. Consists of 40 ncrcs nnd lies joining both tho Ilnmilton pike nnd the Owingsvillc & Olympin pike nnd lies jmt opposite the Olympin school house. It has three largo pond of never foiling water nnd only nbotit five nrres cleared nt-- j bns liven used for hog lot nnd cow pasture. It is but no iniiiuings except hog houses and ono corn crib. well-fenc- 1 m TH Y. r PROGRAM T TT1 ff K , 'Tnr nnr Ml KM KH TI-II-S Sentinel-Democra- FRIDAY CONSTANCE TALMAGK in her OF SILK STOCKINOS." A of fun, that starts off with a lish married jieoplc over which buy. Swiftly the quarrel expands Also: MAN OF MIGHT. Admission: 10c and 20c. WEEK latest Select Picture, "A PA lit 'jreezy, whimsical story, hrimful quarrel between two younfr Engmake of motor cor they should nnd you must see it. HOUSE AND LOT IN OLYMPIA. A nine room housei with a good stock bnrn nnd piko running into it. A good crib nnd nouso nnd smolco house nnd n douglc gnrngc for two enrs. cd stono wnlKs nil over the place nnd n new electric liirlit til irt'.Sk installed. This is nnidenl homo nnd should co with No. 3. fil'lififi wtf is only Ihra miles from the Olymuian Siirincs. Thnrniit-&i.Tll on nny of this property nnd it is nil in tho nil prove valuable from Hint source. miii nan worlli tlic money nnd makty tcrraMtolSnltFthe r- lerrnnjiijSl J'. Ky. cnaser. CLYDE YOUNG,- - Olympia, nt SATURDAY OF THE RICH", n Universal Special with" cast including FRANK MAYO, J. BARNEY SHERRY nnd KATIIRYN ADAMS. A triply fuscinutinjr story of soci-ct- y nnd the footlights that will you away from the theatre in thrills of joy. You simply can not nli'urd to miss it. Also : CHESTER CONKL1N in u two-rescream, "DIZZY HEIGHTS AND DARING HKAhTS". Admission: 10c and 20c. "A LITTLE BROTHER an nll-st- THEHE IS ALWAYS A BEST PLAICEFor Those Who Look For it. ciimati. x r Bu-for- d d h one-four- th MRS. THOMAS CL1NE Unit E'rsts Gravel. The liiiirnii Ktnmhirds Ims found Mrs. Thonias Clin", usred 15 war-- . 'lint If tlio idiicri-lIs made with died at her home ncor IJelliol Fn'daj irnivcl. I'ortlculnrl.v siliceous gravel, ni?ht. She is survived by nor huy-- j Ir re Is a tendency for the stones to litllst hi extreme licsit. which dlslll- - band Thomas C'line and 'evectl chil-- : Before her marrinj't;. tleetn- psrati'M the rnucrete. Arcordlnglr It droll. JIiss L"''.v; Bridh-v- . of tht !. iccominended that gravel bo n voided !r(1 ncigliliorhod. Tiio Imrial iiisslldfi, lmt If Impossible Wyoming .licrever thu gravel eoncre'o may lie protected wns at Bethsl ccmeterv. from extreme heat by coating It with :m Inch of held .In plncc by a 10 nnd 12 ounce double filler puulins, wire mesh. I'liiiters mny also lie used will not leak nt In whlrli nbestus Is the principal conE. L. & A. T. BYRON. stituent. The S:r.ts of the Mighty. A certain iviptnlii went cnlllne upon the village The old man I:ept a very vicious housedog, nnd upon the oeeaslon of thu officer's call the dog wr.s mitlrd. When the fearsome hod Jlnlshed with the captain th? fcent of the hitter's trousers wns missing. Ills officers. Joshing lilm alioiit his prcdlramenl. asked If the girl wns worlli risking his anatomy In that fashion. The captain replied: "Jlnjhe not. hut I have always been willing to give up my seat to any hilly l" Judge. en-.d- Tlio place for hogs and small entile, Cin For big cattle, Chicago. For lambs, Jersey City. For wool and turkeys,' Hoston. JMr Tobacco the Tobacco Town ville, Ky., art! v this is thebes( w.hffuse, i miEAiJciM 'caoss: WITH The legislative program marked tho d Superintendent Schools Prof. Colvin. moisted other educator of the State, is newly-electe- by cd eliminate party politics from common schools and make both State and County Superintendents appoint iva offices. fit bv to Un n - 4 Perltct light, abundance olVooiiwiWc4 J (A -A KutiertsVt i .lint-vill- c. -- Campbell. pent n i'oyle,Vf Ashland, 'iP&intsville,-visi- t4i isimTTfJ.'UifiCrfiiifwick, " .''ed.,v K.-il- be Ellen Hall were lie .Monday and fir Middlctiiwn. O . fe their fIItJrt. lomc. Collin i v,-"- 2S, friend, here until nnd wife, orn, to John J boy, Friday, the Mont joy ;I 1th ft 1. Pvt. Morrio Howe, of was a guest of MNs Zella Swartz, Saturday nnd Sunday. jjfobert Young, of .'forehead, visit- vcd the fiimily of Clyde Young Floyd Jlevin and family, of Salt Lick, John Klevins Sa.urday nnd Sunday. ... ..p ir ... . I. UH i iiiiniiugion, v. uk"i r'l ra., visited friend- - here Sunday. Mrs. Hoe Wells and Mrs. Sue Stn- ton, of near Owingsvillc, visited here m- day l i t week. Miss Lennie Williams, of Preston, visited the family of Mr. Cole Jack- vi.-it- cd Morton Shrout, of Louisa, visited parents Mr. and Mrs. James Shrout on Sunday last. Mrs. Parker Pierce has been the pleasant guest of Mr- -. Allen II. Points for several days pa-- t. Mrs. Carrie Bates has returned from Olive Hill where she has been with her daughter Mrs. llobert Jordan for two weeks. .Mrs. Everman and .Miss Paulino Jones were shopping in Owingsvillc 'nst Saturday. Mr. Coleman Itazor and son Chas. were in Salt Lit!: on a business trip last Tuesday. hi I'ossllt'y the most deu:iiiuls typhus. Over thu scours. most Ininnrtant the run no.. n sin-s.of FORGE HILL II. .v Is seen "The (ii at While Train." nn s Institution h!c!i, with IIh crew of doctors hint nurses nnd cargoes of drujs, , food un J !ca:sing apiMi-at-shas saod tho lives of thousands. " ''" ' IT j, LJM HIIIWIIIII WHMII WHIII . I II I I Mil II mm I I I Red Cross work In Slb-irlaand one whl'ch e of npnatlotis tl re, Is tlio raiiiialn agahist i,0,i!) miles tlio Ann-rleaIted Croiss lias fought . Benefits of Val!. Through n dally wnlk In tho open air, the hair may be made to grow, It Is sold, and- this ns n result of Improved circulation. Tlfe s!ln may tie Improved, both In color nnd tcxture.'lf It Is, la conjunction with this exercise, properly cleaned. The figure may Improved. Those blessings, with the calming of troubled nerves already mentioned, ou';ht to make any woman, young or old. an advocate of this form of exercise. - Tollie Young, Thursday bought of Henry SIcdu nt private sale his farm n of acres on the Steelo pike, well improved with residence, tobacco barn nnd other buildings, for S:i7.r) per acre. The purchase of this trr.ct' gives Mr. Young n fnnn of 395 ncrcs, one of tho best in the countv Paris Kcntuckinn-CiUzofifty-seven. iiii;ir) 1113 Jl't. llj)U lipfll if not, try us. We ni'lnW J3 than salisJy you. Sales open.'lucst J'iwj v us you know; comber 9, 1919. f ' i -4 -- 1 Ml .I'f,. The. GnnjitwrJaBrnnl n great aejHormoorijhmnjngp going on in CartqrJgo5yy!!Tnd thit tht stuff delivered-tbuyers is composed of brown .sugar, potash nnd ivy. I). B. Silyer has purchased of Br. J. T. Bickotts his r?sidene.j properly Hi!t e for a price of 1,000. 108 AGRiaS mmi w M on MONI (CS- - eachliOT' -o7?iT",viijrilr r - i r 4T COURT DAY.) agent House door. farm, lying ury county, lor Lester M.V. I will sell on tne i'ujvc date t 'flic. Cocit Ml. Sterling. Ky;. (if not sold rr;v. 'c- bcforei. Is fcscelh :u on the Paris pike, cm. half mile ji Side view, Mpntg'Jit-nt ine nour 01 1 o ciock m tnc nttcrnoon, uiitl cot ntning f.-o- 'Wallace Wright remain' poOrly.' Mrs. Margaret Knox h:)' been very ul tlio pat week. J. F. Stamper nnd two sons after an attack of tin are able to be out UMUND- THE WOSLD - TH' m m' the Arctic Circle. - iicam hi rriday. Mrs. Clark Thompson, of Pingo' and her sister Mrs. Mollie Mas- cJt of Cincinnati, visited the i'aruiJv of Evorette Barber last week. Misses Alta and Christine Barber . with the faei.lv nt the week-en- d of Millard Staton at Peeled Oak. Have Eye for tho Future. :Do for yourself what you admire seeing the other men do. He takes time to get nhicd,. Ills mind In his most prccbirtstvnSiirc. Wi '(trflns ' nro' ''too iniKlr-'t'bostoW u'pon'Mt. Vou 'watch' lilm grow nuil ndmlro his pluck. Vou even speak the word that boosts lilm. Why not apply his principles to your own life? Make the hours count. Take detours now that you may ride an easy road ltor. Kxchnnsc;. "Cr.rpsi-Dacgcr.- Mt. Sterling nazo:b. 103 Acres of Rich, Fcrtilo, Lim:stoni .ani V . James Bloun:, of this county, of ,V.,,H9pd .TtJon Montgomety,,county, hi fnrnti of acres for $JO,(IC0. ul SO , The Into rains in Kentucky nro reported by the weather people ns ;ho heaviest in fifty years. Tlio win mi delayed the mails ihr.t th( Oiitlook's correspondence Ims come' up short. FOR SALE Ono Overland Roadster. Applv nt BENTON'S GARAGE. " 1 -- v.r : : :o their vomber :i nov r,rain. '. 'JLlJifrJ uli It Is said that th" term "carpet,. bag ger was first applied to political ail- vwmiivrs In Aimrliii. It .hs designed to ile.. "rlbe a needy KlltIcnl adventur er who wanders over the country pandering to the prejudices of tho Igno rant In order to try to get Into oilicp. lie wus so called because he was re gxrdfd as hnvlng only enough proparty to fill a cariwt bag. ' North American Moos;. Til" bwt uioobc diluting hi wist- rii .Nor'ii Ai.:e !cn N found In llie province of New Brunswick, lir-ui'- s Dave Gaitskdl plncc, iivl th impair' Jf ,t n'sddd, substhntiiu fremf cottn're of 5 roi 11 .. .twAtsnSfln T port'i .!, and u!j outhuihyng.-- iyi- - J tyhic'siyjjfr,1!'! ?it ot eoniUt'on, with good roofs. There ij il giiod young end old trees, bearing; vvrivo your ear irom me pine. 1110 resiiicnfe sstsiin, bcaniHur yam shude trees, and is situated in a healthy focatipn-Thc-ris also a tobacco barn, built 'only a few yenrs tool nnd succp"-hcd- ; burn, all in good condition. Tho farm is well watered by pond, 4 oi- .ri springs, with ovcrlasting water; ono eonereto watering trough fed by spring, which rill furnish water for nil stock thntean bo kept on the place. Tho fene-:is mostly all wire and both inside r.tul outside is good. '.arm is known as its xn tha . . ncccry cxcelUnlKgranff ei.rtuJigjlWl .Bc 0 n- California Canned goods for sale by R: C. Byron. M'njestic Malleable RungoB at E. L. & A. T. BYRON. '21 I. W n hunger strike ttid t.. i authorities have ooaeludod tu.l 'yu strvo,if thc.inct to. 15 arrow of thii fana is sown to wheat and blue grass, with lino stand, and tho balance w in blue grass sod. The land is wnlnut and wild cherry and is in high state for cultivation of tobaco or anyothrr crop. Wo ate. trank to sny that the cntirt farm will grow nn flnir tob" co as any farm 111 the Blue Grash section, and produces at all times heavy yuid ns n highly colored crop of tobacco. One only l to go nnd look nt the tobacco now in tho barn on the plr.co to bo vineed that tho statement is true. as-w- (: .:culent, "wCtuie3 . , C3 and tannnrs lobaceo warehouso (INCORl'ORATED) Whcruver American soldiers went during th? war nnd afti-r- , tncro went tlio American Jtcil Cross. This policy carried Ited t'rffls workvs to far corners of tho g'obo nnd hero tliey nro soon near tiio rim of uvurta n'ns Ice and snow In North Russia. Automobiles were used whenever jhIIjU but Thu Im.U in the 1'iilh-Statis Is In on many journeys tho reindeer pictured hero proved moat effective. llulne. Mootfe are In lloveil to he hold- tbttir own If nut liiTcrts)ni(. Tliouipioii Scton, the iiuturull"t, entii.uites that th 're aru about a milIn North Amwka. lion moo Qin.-.iikn- i At T.ieomj. W.ishijon, Y.'. pjv.om .s"are or We do not believe that wc have, ever offered under the hammer good a farm, quality of sail and looatlop, oflBiidtrrd, ns this one, v Ul tnir. fa rawea!!y evsry aert oasi ae eulnatf,'iffaii wtts PK.Ii TOBACCO FAKJf we know vh,t aboui. ti k.r V V 1. . 4n fHkw - rXT", MtllerCMlK) JoIuj-mu- i ST oolortd worn and Penrl bsrber, inurried Co To Stsrt a CIo-.l- :. The stopping of a clock my be due to chimed wheels. ThoronjIUy sutu-ratn piece of white cotton with kero-s- n oil ami place It lylde the clock at the cud of a wpek cho. thd cotton will bo black with diiot that Ims Imti looswieil by the fumes of tho oil nnd tho clod: will run as well us o Yhankugiving night. The nciriborlKHid- Is as gno&- tv c.U"lio limM attynhgta, with If mosc, anu only rnrfon mtjes rrjm atcr.in. jh If you want to. buy a good farm !.i i!: dusn oondiikn, JtwrrcaSy h. toe plow, tho suu of .this mr-sTer jwu lhouifMrttinity. Como in an A let tue show you thin form or tiriwe down ami look it over. . IT' IS A ES GOOD ONE AND WIS WILL 1AKK PLEA-BUIX SHOWING YOU d The Daily Counor-Jounia- l, Iuland Farmer nnd Owingsvillc Outlook oue yenr for $0.75. Sold Monday, December 8, 86,590 lbs. TIIH PROPKRTY. ' '" TKRJIS WILL MB ANNOUNCED ON DAY OI SALE. Reranmber tho time, hoar 'and rtlaee, 1 o'clock P. M- - nt tho Court lRuse door, Mt. Storjlug, Ky., Monday, December 10, 1010.- ' ' Sfeci Tonic jstff aiiiS 'a 1 VV.: FOR $41,684.88 Avorago por ETundrod 48.02 KEPT HER AWAKE Sides. Cardui Garo Relief. VV. HOFFMAN WOOD Earth" -- evr. ' "Tho Man who' sells tho ThaTemblo Pains in Back ani WALTER BOYD Auctioneer Agent for Lcstej W. Lec' Wena Exncller ; i ' . ' f for calving by 1. vr. Tcffltc before -R. C. Gatewood 2,120 iiountls, nv. $70.00; McCormick & Marshal A it rcaalarly to in- it lenrjthens 1,426 poundB. av, $78.00; Fitzpatrick & Colling 3,515 pounds, ay. $58.97; dies Gintt 3,485 pounds, av, $50,02; Fox & Stephens to the ilze i jmr&-i pounds, av. $71.00; Highland & Carrinjton 2,2 pounds, rv. your aeaier two i 3 Los. nvo nounds $71.80; Mason & Dragoo 1,915 pounds,, av. $71.70; Herman Tipton start with, rl"tLoa wtteli results. C.145 pounds, av. $76; Kynes & Ratlin 1,329 pounds, av. $72.89 ri',-;.-ij. SOME CROP AVERAGES:- - O -- He Knew Papa. wns Just recovering from nn stuck of tho tin mid the first day sho was able to sit up she said: "Mnhiuw, I'm Kolng to Hslt dsddy to buy u trleyela." ltor brollmr, who wns t)n.WDg In the roiwi. ssobe up: "Well, )tfu'U bwtUr striko him for It right awny. for ir you wait tilII you gts well you inlsJiln't get K.' Bwnlro Peddler FOR SALE BY 'MARKET GROWING STRONGER EVERY DAY , R. C. BYRON OWINGSVILLE, C w "TRY TO GET IN" Dolls Long Popular. Tluro Is umplo evIdiMico tlint tho u of dvlls as an iisslstunco to tin wporutbms of the young mind date from the most remote times. Among the nutlve tribe of Africa U was the ctwioni of tnnrrtcd women to carry n doll with thorn until they lind u rhlldj whij tho doll wet discarded. 4 KY. i have. - ' w toimy. Farmers Tobacco Warehouse 1 MT. STERLING. KY. ci Cut Absorb Much Polton. Vofm Nttd luoi'StM con In I:., M WUWi 1141HI no 14 t!t4 iMidy wvljrtit 11 1 planou CHll Ui I Killer Kiils U ce m it J. R. CROCKET, Mgr. ubllq a (rug thousand time wflht, Uu'n uiuu being. in lul.lt ' compurlson. to U'hB man much, 5fy times Hhfiuri by a doi titSiter, welghf f0r! will kill a hu Mh Tho latost Columuw reoords alIf you have visitors or any other Marksvillc, La. .Mrs. Alice Johnson, item of interest tell the Outlook ways on sulu "at writes! "Per one year 1 ibout it. E. L. & A. T. BYRON. suffered with an awful misery In my bock. sndcjdes. My left tide was hutting me kll the time. The rnbiry was eomelning Road Engineer Jones says the lute JOHN WHITE & M. LQUMVH.LI, KY. ruins huv dpna utmost inculculublo awful Ll4r1 ai(er(mt I could not do anything, not even sleep damugo to the pikes of the county. Md ltH vahMi sM t nlshl. It kept me awake most of the I took different medicines, but night Lexington market Monday On tho nothing did me any good or relieved me 1,010,000 pounds of tobacco sold nt HUm4 .until I took Cardui un average of 00 a a pound. 1 was not able to do any oi my work ror one year and 1 rjot worse all the time, by High Grade Tea fos was confined to my bed off and on. I got so bad with my back that when I stooped ' down I was not able to straighten up 8, D. Thomtison can lit you with igain , , . I decidnl I would try Cardui glussou of tiny kind. Ilia prioos uru OfTiQtfElUotl Building, . . . By time I lud taken the entire bottle Main St., rcasonuble nnd ms guaruntco is u I was feeling pretty good and c6uld u( of tyUlsfnutloii. KY, , . ..QiVINGSVILLE, ((raljhten up and my pains were nearly real guuroulco frst-clas- ii ill gone. l of Dental Vrxm Burnw, of- near ' Prixton, I shsll always praise Ca.rdid. I .cost, ' sold (1 prop of 4JJO0 pound ul ' 1 tlmud iiS It ui.lil .itrong.a&d rialc; . r f of W ijsks, Vice at 70o ,1 to j l 'm wcJJ " Hjou eufler frcit pains dtK to i linn THhra r.rti cotniuvw femi.k) Coit'Dlair.ts. Cardui nuv he (.nt rctty gc ua tor jruu HW a . jfyJJ im what yod need. ThousanrV vomco in ( Murk T wbo ones 6J"ered In tlijs heaittt. bucco raise of this place, ... ... DR. J. W. LESTER 'D.ENTIST' JiJy tin j l. .vr tlW! no - v