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Owingsville outlook: December 18, 1919 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1919 owi1919121801_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: December 18, 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. A' (( -- ' .. OWINGSVILLE 4) VOLUME XLI. o Rev. E. . a .. 1 OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY DECEMBER 18, 1919. NUMBER 22. ' vi M 3. ' Jf. Armitngo nml ny, n daughter. Mnrkot 775 lbs '.1)0 n pound. . ' ' .' f ' imbia Grnfonolns from $20 t Terms reasonable. E. L. & A. T. BYRON". FOR SALE: Winchester Rcpcotinj Shotgun, Model 97, Rood ns new $'2.) BASCOM THOMPSON. Variety, Quality nnd Service, our Holiday Slogan. Try us. K. L. & if A. T. BYRON a Cnbc Sncdcgnr mnro mules & 4jl0, the highest price reported lnt received n enr load nnVin Halt in barrels. ot Co. bought ii pnji .Jnmcs Uclcncr ttlr K.i WALTER YOUn'G COAL CO Sterling nnd Daytonin ti'ule b j T)avi" ':e.hy Mn- reliabl fi'c V V by F".' itn 6c A. T. BYROf. !' i The Baptist Church of Amcricn which started n drive for 75 million dollars has nlrendy subscribed 100 millions. FOR SALE One Ford Touring enr in ood condition. GOODPASTEK GARAGE. T'i Republican Xtttionnl convention to nominate candidates for President nnd Vice President has been called to meet nt Chicago June 8. A monument to Montgomery county's soldier dead was unveiled with appropriate ceremonies in Mt. Sterling last Friday afternoon. Roncmber the in early nnd let lis luMp you to ' make your Xitms selcitiani. K. L. & A. T. BYRON closing-regulatio- There nrc in Kentucky 805 nir.ii 20,801 miles mail routes covering and this service costs nnntlally r HAULING truck nnd am I have u two-to- n prepared to do nil kinds of hauling. Specinl attention given to tobacco. OWENS HORSEMAN Phone 820. - iolil the Itoyse hnve grounds consisting of 100 acres to Mr. Duke, of Shnrpsburg. Misses Ida- - and Lena" old Shnrpsburg-fai- n i itrninjj, December 8th wo off a. the Jcgu- t' lar We have splendid Dross. values in thpso cut price goods. GOODPASTER & CO. pi any Lady's Winter Suit, Coat Roy iind Ray Booth, aged 11 a'nd 14 years, raised nn aero of tobacco within the city limits of Mt. Sterling and sold it last week for $1,005.-!)0. You can get from us coal, luibcr, roofing, windows, doors, lime, sand, cement, fertilizer, tobacco sticks, brick. Let us figure with you; A. II. DAWSON. The year 1010 breaks all records for crop values. The best estimate places tho value of tho principal crops this year at .$13,117,000,000, nnd if the value of stock be added to this the wholo value will not be less than $25,000,000,000. FOR SALE My property in Owingsville nnd two farms at Preston. One farm o 250 acres; tho other 350 ncrcs; in tho timber on n 250 ncrcs of land. Prospective buyers apply to S. V. JOHNSON, Owingsville, Ky. nl-shalf-intere- st Arthur J. Huydon, well knon voung oleal boy, who returned only recently froin service with the American Army in France, nnd Miss May Miles, of Bath county, were married ut tho home of Sir. Thurmun Robinson in this city Inst Thursday. The , Mt. Sterling Gazette FARM FOR SALE miles from My furm 00 ncrcs Owingsvillo on Owingsville and Mt. Sterling turnpike. Has on it u good 'rauie house und Q--. i ) tpbucco barn. Hub good fence til (.round it and ih nil in grass except 20 ucros. Anyone desiring to look at this furm sou A. Moore, who lives on it and he lli ") low you nround. -- S. C. BASCOM, MiUersburg, ! Ky. EARL MAGGARD. son Eurl Mnggurd, tho of E. E. Muggnrd, of Morcbcnd, was inntuntly killed in that town Thursday by coming 'in contort with a live elcetriu wire. Tho young man had climbed n polo to repair a broken wire nnd had placed a good dual ot his weight on a wire when ho lust his balance und in falling struck the wire from which tho insulation had eouiH off. His dctttlr was instnnta-mcouUndertaker La lie, of this plauo, was culled und the burial wu Ut the Moreheud cemetery Friday. ' x Mulestin Mullcnblu- Ran cts at E. L. J A. T. BYHON, COUNTY COURT DAT AMERICAN LEGION DRIVE i tliitli Post No. 12 American Legion Jrimo In ref Petition of Wilson Boyd and Dr. A. W. Wnldcn wn in Lcxingi Harper, formerly n citizen of Bath has bceil orgiiniitcil nibt we how lutvn others to fix boundary of proposed ion one day last week. county nnd n member of Hatli Lodge. 30 member, nt ill least llmt many fitdccl common school district in sec Mrs. Anna Richards is visiting No. 55 F. & A. M., but who later hnve presented their npplicilti'lns nnd ond MngiXcrial District. Mrs. Kn'ulTmaii at Georgetown. We nrc mnkinrf ft Thi matter flcing on the AotkA to Cntlcttsburg Lodge No, , been t)flactl oii. nnd wliti w'rts Mitttdeiily called on De- special drive in order fo enlist nil tho this dnr. (lift uctition having been Miss May Dnughcrty will spend lift! Huprcine bovs who saw service in (lie ln(o war. filed nt tho regular term of this Christmas with her sister Mrd. W. cember 2nd, 1010 before Master of the Universe to receive beginning December 10 nnd cllili'flg Court for' November, lOl!), and L. Killpntrick In Mt. Sterling. n 1, 1010. Every ing laid ovef until the pi'eent the supremo wages of n Craftsmnn, Mrs. Walker Horseman, Mrs. John worthy and well qualified; now therein Bath C'ollnly is asked to be- - ccmber term, 1010, und it appearing McQuilhy nnd daughter Miss Georgia fore come n member of Bntli P(il No. 42. j that more than M per cent, of ti.e McQuithy wcro in Mt. Sterling SatBE IT RESOLVED that Bath You owe it to yourselves, U) ytttir .legal voters who arc tiispiiycrs in urday. Lodge No. 55 deeply laments the family nnd to your country to nsso- - the Hccond Magisterial District, Hath Alex Connor, who has been here passing of our brother, who wns ciato yursclf with nn organization County, Kentucky, have petiivi.itd Air several months, lias guile to Chi known nnd loved by each nnd cvory that has incorporated within its j this Court to M tlio boundary of the school ago to spend Christmas and the member of our" Lodge, and held in creed iwlcsirc to defend your cotin- - proposed graded common The Ford Sedan is the favorite family car, seats five comfortably. While an high esteem tiy crcryoho toho ktlcw try nitdtifihold ils Constitution, to 'district, nnd to order nn election to lolidays with his family. cncloacd car with permanent top, it has large windows, and may In a minute be him; but bowing id liiimble submis- mnintuin hlw and order, to keep fresh 'establish a graded common sclii., changed to a most delightful open car with always a top protecting against the Misses Elizabeth Brother nnd water-proo- f, sion, w.c question not Iho wisddm tit in your memory itnd perpetuate n- - nnd it further appearing that said sun. In inclement weather it is a closed car, dust-prooreturned today from Vir- the Supreme Muster wo rulcfh over one hundred per cent. Americanism, petition is approved in writing, on Finely uphohtcrcd. Equipped with electric starting and lighting system and ginia College, Roanoke, Va., to spend all to stand for the promotion of peilcc said petition, by the Bath CounK tires alt around. A real family car. Anybody can demountable rims with , ;he holidays with home folks. :ti i.. BE IT RESOLVED thrit wo here- mm kooii win .... nn t:))iu- - vi (iiu Board of Education, and it further in ..ii safely drive it. It ha3 all the conveniences of an electric car with the economy Mrs. Ella Harper and Mrs. Pillow with extend to the bereaved fnmliy entire world, to have that desire to appearing that said petition is apwhich goes with Ford cars, low cost of purchase price, small cost of operation will leave Jannary 1st for the deep and earnest sympathy of live in your respective communities proved in writing, on said petition, . and maintenance. Won't you come in and look at it? Florida where thoy expect to spend cvory incmlicr ol tins Lodge;- - and and elevate the morals of the com by R. W. Knciiid, Superintendent ot g the Common Schools while they arc bereft of the presence munity and be the meiins of of Bath Comi'.he remainder of the winter. in the minds of the pc6ple n ty, also by of the one they loved, we would udd trustee whoc -Francis McQuithy, who lias been this word of consolation;- - It wns desire fo mnko Amcricn the greatest, district is embraced in the proposed .nuking his homo with his son John If j ff God's will to call him from the cares the bcs,t, nnd the happiest nation in graded common school district, nntt OWINGSVILLE, KY. McQuithy, leit Friday to become nn and trials of nn ly life to dwell tho world. Now thnt is what the it further appearing thnt no point nmntc of tlic soldiers' home at John-io- n in " a III 1 .nr-zr- r . : Tjs--r-the eternal sunshine radiating Amcricnn Legion stands for. That on tho boundary of said propose City, Tcnn. from the presence of n Loving Heav- is whnt it is organized for. It is up graded common .school district will James Arnold Mark, Tho has been enly Father, there to await, to wel- to you who braved the many obslj-cle- s bo more than two and one-hamile mployed nt the Ford factory nt come and receive those who were and dangers when you dunned from the site of the school building, Detroit for several months, canit bound to him by enrthly tics. the uniform of your country nnd und it further appearing thnt the BE IT FURTHER ItESOLVED took an nctive part in order that vic- location and site of said school 'i'iiie Monday, the plant having elos- d temporarily on account of the fuel tbtit these resolutions be spread up- tory might crown your efforts nnd building in said proposed graded restrictions. on the minutes of our lodge, that make the United States of America common school district arc set otu they bo published in the Owingsville the tencher of the whole world that with exactness in said petition, nnd .Miss Etna Stiiuipur, who is em iloyed as stenographer nnd typist ill Outlook, nnd that u copy bo sent to Democracy shall reign supreme, to it furMier appearing that snid proIho family and to the lodge of our now express your true citizenship posed graded common school dis"Touncrsvillc, Indiana, will arrive nl by becoming a member of the organ-- J trict contnins not less than one hundeceased brother. lome oil Christmas Eve and will re D. W. DOGOETT, izntion that means to perpetuate and dred pupil children, and the Court parents jJavm Mum-tiemain with, licr keep fresh in the minds of the Amer- bc'ng advised, it is considered nnd J. TYLER DAVIS, Mon-dannd wife until the following G. . DAWSON. ican people a one hundred per cent u'l.pidgcd nnd hereby ordered that Americanism. Committee. '.he following boundaries shall be Ed Staton and sons Lewis nnd A great victory for tho American spread upon the order book of this Coleman, who have been working in American Legion Has Meeting Legion haH been won by the passage court as tho boundaries of tho prothe Lee- county oil fields for several At a meeting of the Bath Pot of in Congress of the "Wolcolt'-Johnso- n posed graded common school dismonths, were gucsfs of Edmund Wells the Amcncnn Legion at their Hull' Bill to which President Wilson haa trict. nnd wife last Thursday night. They last Thursday night Shnnkim Piper affixed his signature, officially in Said boundaries nrc as follows say tlio lce county oil production is nnd Clark Lane were' added to the corporating thd American Legion as nt the junction of the Cra-iNrapidly decreasing. One well in the monument committee. The coinmittcb the National Orgnhizntion ofj the nnd Shnrpsburg nnd Bethel Big Sinking field which was pump is composed of W. S. Thomas, Alex American veterans of tlic great World turnpikes nnd running north-weing 1,000 barrels a day Inst spring is Goodpnstcr, Shanklin Piper, Clark War. I wish to add just here that including the farms of Mrs. Anna now producing much less. Lane, nnd J. J. Lacy for the civilian no otlier association ol tins Kind Royse, Jeff Oilvin, J. F. Coons, J. H. end of it, who is chairman. Sub- - ever been thus honored by Congress Roberts, Sanford Rnmey, that part The Continental Lyceum Co., of oinmittecs will be appointed later and in the history of the United Slates of W. G. Thornsburg's furm lying in Louisville, will give a series of five will he composed of service men nnd as has been the Incorporation of the Bath county; thchce on a line northentertainments under the auspices of civilians, especially ladic-- . to nsi-- t mericun Legion. Incorporation ov east to and including the farms of the Salt Lick High School. The first in soliciting- funds. The national er Hie signature ot tlic President S. D. Finch, A. B. Crouch, W. A. number, "The Bonnie . Lasses," n drive for membership in this jirgan. u cans thut the American Legion lias Cannon; thence enst to and includmusical entertainment will bo given izntion started December 10th and arrived and that it is here to stay ing the farms of W. C. Hawkins, Lee Dec. 30 at Campbell's Hall. Buy your will continue to the 1st of .Innunrv. that it hns been a potent factor in Cannon, Charles Cannon, the Sim tickets early and get choice of seats. The local Post expects to ciimiI the National life of America. Evans farm, now owned by SI. T. Popular prices. service man in B.tth county. Tho Amcricnn Legion now 1ms a Ilcndrix, T. L. Peters, George Raw-lingmembership in the United States of thence south to and including 10 and 12 ounce double filler paulins, THAT V0NDERFUL CLOCK 1,000,000 and it is growing fast T the farms of Nathan Sorrell, . The wonderful clock hns been rc- - men seeking membership without b will ndt leak at C".V4 tho Webb farm owned by o;ao. Fnrmers Bunk, and nah 'Jig solicited and. it is. only-te E. L. &. A. T.. BYRON. Corbin, rl, Nathan-.SorrtU- ),.l" on Jicc- '; their front window time hence when all tho four n: I'd i Thomas, Corbin, 50 acres of the farm The. Government will cease itfTnimiiicdintely in front of the safe thiii men will nave become run n . , of Mrs. J. Jf. Corbin, Sirs. Lyda efforts to control tho price of sugnj )cts there. The clock consists, so members of the organization. I ho Boyd's fnrm; thence west to and inafter December 31 for want of fuiul. l'ar as anyone can see merely of a? ;ome on boys and enlist youi 'ves cluding the farms of Thomas Raw-ling- s, laxsprry on the work, nnd tho nricifduil and two hands nnd has nvirvunf. with us nnd help us make Bath "vn-t- y T. S. Robertson, (konwn ns the iclc is expected to go much, who sees it guessing, at what nmks better V having lived in i Land farm), the Deatlr" ' irm, the ) l mn. n It is a ncd by 15utu 1 .nxim iias appointed h Thomas Br V '' -. 1.... .; vuui H1UI1L-.. now iiuiKes It.. inure go, liiittee c ed of Alex Tlo' I' i.ib Wa'ter Sh ...it, n "mas goods ior all, (i i.i- - 'he old negro whosaid that it . b. o ncrcs . Pi, Ill.iS, U. 13. Liiir.i bj W. . M.j , , jiv . LO Knives for the men. t money just back of it thnt iiejnon jiemL.-- ' n.v and yl.' tier oi every description for of e clock go, may be as good a T 11a- Mr. J. J acy of the know? Gir, Aluminuin, Cut Glass, Silvc. ' r.v as many offered. The clock keep's head the Committee, said cnizeisuM i- r Cod tee .itm, the icml IE ;cy'-- . ware, Queenswarc, in great v.inety time unu u you move cillier to ho known as the Mouumer fti u ut Jeff Gilvin, thf I for the housewife, at of the hands in either direction it will This Committee will , i. ginning. . E. L. & A. T. BYRON immediately return to its rightful funds for the purpose of crei'n And it is further ordered that the place when you let go of Take a tunument iu front of tho Court iivv Sheriff of Bath county do hold on W. II. Pieratt, of Bethel, has look nt it when .liassin" f if to the memory of the boys wj.t the 24th day of January, 1920, at the ":bought tho residence of Mrs. G. W. you cun tell wt pauses & their lives in the lute war. The nun- - school house at Bethel, Kentucky, in Moore on High street, Mt. Sterling, uinent to cost not less, than $.'.000. Bath county, between tho hours of for $10,000 and will get possession NOTICE TO SbdSCRIBERS. Now I earnestly hope that the citi 0 a. m. nnd 4 p. ni. an election for March 1st, 1020. We have been notified by the West zenship of Bath county will be pa the purpose of taking the sense ern Newspaper Union, from whom triotic enough to subscribe liberally the legal white voters within the' Notice Tobacco Men we buy the paper on which the Out- to this Monument fund. Tlr- - monu above described bounduries consti I have a new two-to- n truck and look is printed, that beginning Oce. ment will pcrpetuntc tho rA .nory of tuting the proposed graded common am prepared to haul loads of from 1, the price of the paper for each thoso dear boys .who gt ' up their school ' 4000. 1o G0OO pounds; also have nn issue would bo increused 00 per cent. lives that Bath county attrht live. whether or not they uro for JoVcCOiVG , automobile for hire, day or night. While wo regret the necessity, thit Let us subscribe a sum nbout ugainst nn annual graded common' makes it imperative for us to in- $5,000. It will bo money fVll spent school tux in the sum of 50 cents on Call phono 31. crease the subscription to the Out- and you will have a monunW here each $100 of tho property nsscssed E. W. MORGAN. look from its present price of $1.25 that you all will be proud 4i Each yithin the above described bounduto $1.50 a year or print tho paper nt Bath coutny mnn, who los. his life ries, nnd belonging to said white voMr. nnd Mrs. S S. Ralls, of Bethel, have purchased of Mrs. Minerva a loss, and this latter wo do not feel while in the service, wi'' I 've his ters or corporations, and in addition ablu to do. The aggregate loss would name inscribed thereon. Thompson, her brick' residenco propi., e nsk-e- d thereto nn annual poll tax of $1.50 erty on High and Court streets. Tlio bo considerable while tho increase tw that this Committeo . aether per capita on each white mnlo inhabprice paid was $10,000. Possession individual subscribers would be but and map out and plan a itant over 21 years of ngc residing t.nign. will bo given Mnrch 1. Mr. and Mrs. a trifle. Therefore beginning'Jan. 1 By becoming a iuemb, of tho in said proposed graded common Ralls will luuke tho residence their the price of the Outlook will be $1.50 American Legion the yearly dues uro school district, nil for the purpose a year or 75c for C months. homt Mt. Sterling Gnzctte. only $2.00, one dollar of Iwhich goes uf maintaining a graded common to the State nnd National Organiza school within tho described proposed Coal Strike Com:s to End. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE tion, and one dollar goes to the local graded common school district, and Tho strike of the bituminous coal Post. It is a very small I have listed with mo for sale a und ev for erecting, purchasing or repairhouse and lot in Owingsville, also miners, involving over 400,000 men, ery boy who was in the ivieo can ing .suitable buildings for suid pur'100 acres of farming nnd timber which practicully had tho business well afford to become a u 'aber for pose therein, und for uny nnd all and in tho vicinity of Salt Lick, Ky. of the whole country tied up for five so small a fee. other necessury incidental expense to Anyone desiring to purchase may weeks, bus been settled, most of the carrying on nnd conducting a' llrst-clai 'ulur Bath Post will meet ' on mo for prices and terms, miners returning to work Friday und session next Saturday iigraded common school nt Betht tt 7 o'- Rev. Clvdo Darsie, of Mt. Sterling, rhese properties can be bought worth shipment of coal from tho mines re- colck in County Attorne, ' itHce nt el, in Bath county, Kentucky. will preach ut tho Christian Church sumed Monday. Restrictions in re- Court House. I am rctpi i'ig a full ho money. It is further ordered thnt at tho next Sunday morning, December 21. gard to the use of coal, which were attendance of the mcmbei ' .,i ut that sumo timo mid place and by tho G. C. EWING, 3t. . working u hardship especially on time us wo have somo important bus- sumo voters, said election is to be MISS MARY C00DAN NOTICE merchants, manufacturers und la- iness that will come before the Post. hold for the purpose of electing live Miss Mary Goodan, aged 83 years, I now have u large stock of Raw- - borers have been removed. All the boys who have presented their trustcos for tho proposed graded died Tuesday morning at her homo leigh products; plenty of stool: tonic, common school district) snid trusapplications for membership uro 2 on tho Preston pike, vabout 1 FARM FOR SALE hog mixture, poultry powder; also all tees when elected to bo divided into miles south of town. Deceased was to bo present. Farm of 52 acres on Sherburne kinds of extracts with the exception three classes in accordance with Ken- a daughter tiring D. W. DOGOETT, Sumuel. Goodan and There will bo a mass meeting of all Thero will b of cinnamon, wintergrccii und pep nnd Owingsville pike, on.i inilo cunt tucky Statutes, Section 4171. Commander. wifu, both decenscd, and bud lived men, soldiers, sailors nnd that will bo of 'vwy material permint. Will have those flavors by of RuynuhUville. All in gnus hut A oopy nttest all her life at tho homo where she murines, held ut tho Court Houso nnco to tho loth of December, in tuuo for about 8 acred. 8 room' house and COLU UARNKS, is one of t Mimost able Season tioketH for Salt Lick Lydied. She was a woinun of kindly next Monday afternoon, Lin. I'eiifing orchard. you to uiuko your Christmas candies. wq. Kentucky. ceum course are on snlo at Campdisponition and n good neighbor. Sho DECEMBER, 22, 1919 Clork Bath Couuty Court, Ky. Also hnvo plenty of cough syrup, flu good. Near church and school. Plenbell's store. There nro flvo good of tlw- -' was of doiuestio tastes and habits ut the hour of one o'clock, p, iu. veted in tho w4a-rtobacco burn, tablctsjjinimentti of all kinds, Pleaso ty gdod water. numbers in thin course. Remomber Oct my pricort on Hour in barrel and had lived rather a secluded life. Judgo U. C. O'Reur, Chief Justice of vice men is oayooiuMy remember you cun get thotio goods by cribs etc. thtt llrst onu will be held Dec. ' 30. lots. I have four leading grudtts nil Sho ' survived by one sister Mrs. the Court of Appeals, of Kentucky, tend this in a it hg. Co NEWTON HORNBACK. parcel post. Just send your orders or Yon cun suvo uionoi by buying u sold on striut guarantee. the nieH)leu f Hour (s Cynthia Williams, und two brothers, will address the meeting. hone your wants. Goods will bo sunt neuron ticket. will t)o a Dan Goodan, of near Stoops, Montadvunoing. Wo would especially urge all Jus, Hustings, the L'uke SIiiLuko to you promptly. gomery county, nnd John (Tigg) men to attend this meeting, HKB6K WKLLS. so familiar to now&pupor readers, lours respectfully, Last Notice To Taxpayers. ' Goodan, of Illinois. Tho burial was was uciuittcd of tho ohargo of gum. SL ROLPH, JAS. l'coplo who have not paid their S. Shrout 'Friday at tho Owiugsvillo cemetery. A lottur from Tho Itawlcigh .Man, Slate Avenue, ing ut Muybville on tho ground that ABO Wwt, k'i For Christtuus goods give me a' tho guino was not a professional oiw. tasos must oull ut oiico nnd settle, said thoy had drilled a few fee Owingsville, Ky. by tho 1st of January. If not paid doopor thu first wejl Shrout & Wright J. T. Rolph and son James Itolpb, call. I have a full lino of nice can- is stvulyifM Um .i T. F. Allen & Son bought 45 turVJ by thut time, will udvertuu und pro- mink in Warren county and it wnfc tho Itawlcigh Man, have bqught o dy, nuts, dates, raisins and all kinds Dog License tags for 1020 are now I ceed according to law. boliuvcd it would produce at least JelT Juckson uml wife their residence of fruits, on bund and all dog owmw should key ol JoMiu Highland tliat averagHIS Ii IB ft REESE WELLS. W. A. BOYD. 250 barroU u dpy. ygood deal o property on Sluto nvenue, possession cull by tho 1st of January and act ed $0,27 each; cUo bought one frym tfic unexpected to bo given on or before March" 1, oil was lost bofore Mrs. Cutlet t that brought $11.55 them. Kennel Licenses uro cars, Louie TUomn- - jged 14 1020. Tho price paid was private. You can Uuy unV winter suit, coat tlow of this weji oould be checked. ready. Violators of the provisions Mnn. Jackson will join her husband daughter.of Kii i'ough. Thomas, died Btook for Don't take chuncw on wetting youcjor dnm uuour of the dog tax law will bo prosecuted At Hio jersey oqw sale condud in tho SlienandouhJr'allQy, Va wliero ut her hoinu t h, old ore wiftes ot tobacco. A very small amount will o(T of the regular prigq. pring goods by law. Thursday. wjll very high und many garmentii by Kuc'jiji Brother and Roy Fox nt Mr. Jucksotj.hos tSiploiie.nt, with n buy good double filler puuliu ut J. Ji. ATCHISON will bo good I'ntf'lnat Sutuiday 27 cows Bpld ut largo irou ore, mmmg, qpneerojna, represented in this sule E. L. & A. T. BYRON. Judge Bath County. rorbes' CUk an average of $155, a vfiry BatUfac- - where hb exnects tobuywopertyauU for all tho year. ) K. C. JMtWHI, locate peruiuw eu tiy, In. In pw PERSONAL RESOLUTIONS WIIERKAH, our Brother II III I k He-ma- THE UNIVERSAL CAR I I I " I i- I III I III - f, cold-proo- f. 3J-inc- h 1 I I j I I I incul-cutin- sub-distri- ct TcpslL in rrrrrrr A v- Shrout, Piper &'Shrout, I - i I nil - J; lf I . j y. - le st WE GET THE MON? FOR YOU, MR. GROWER. TV ry s; Since we opened our hous'' sold 110,700 pounds of , 7 a $8,880.29.. If .5 well-know- . 'in-st- 4 . I u-- , . - . i In-- -- oi a. Manlcy Di J. K. Wells Son Geo. Boyd 65 poYttfds avcrug 232o averaged 2070 pounds averaged 2020 pounds averaged ill' 68.0 We give each crop our personal attention, and if a :;;Iifetinio Rvnnricnco in tobacco business is worcli anvthine: our custtiniers tllC beiieilt. lf -- We endeavor to give our customers prompt andco.urteojuer vice and our growing list ot patrons is liie best evidence qi no well we arc plousivg them. Wo will be pleased to sell your tobacco for you. ' 1 H Robertson Tobacco Warehouse Campaiyf Mt. Sterling, Kentucky.. ss -- ors and Marines, AtfMj ay 1-- of -- culioyou. Juift Ay"ioH ivi4f ,f yot 4cHit S3m v . nl) ', ono-four- th . 1 tuberouijjat T! r'?tat;r Qutlert $125 pr year r advance 0utlek $U5 yur ijvmt. r.... r v. - rtjmam " lw THE MAKING OF A FAMOUS 1- OWINOSVILLE OUTLOOK, OWINOIJ KY. GRANT'S TOMB 3 D1WS MW 'e KEN, T le. Twtlve thousand dollan bribed hero for tho Bnpttsl T smwaooo 1,000 over Maya- fund, vlllo's quoin. nichmond.-r-Th- MEDICINE How Lydia E. Pinkham't Vegetable Compound Is Prepared For ConfnJ rVwi of fnleraif From All Part of iht 5(al e body of James .COCOA: re AKER'S, rorJ3reacfast Luncheon REC0GHIT0N OF IRISH BRINGS STORMY SCENE TRE MOST DANGEROt, OF AU and. GOV the hnmsfi bod are so K5 ergis Imrwvrtant in health and lone me as the Oil Gapiulei At on kidneys. When they alow up and com tried prepirfttlon mence to lag ia their duties, look put I world fob ctntarieiA venter is in aiznc nvvtuui Find oat whst the trouble l with Visitors From Every Part ef the United States Pay Homage to Great Memory. Francis, 80, who died nt his homo nt Pnlnt Lick, was burled In tho Richmond cemetery. rrT Prestonhurg. Tucker Busklrk, who was aentrnced to a year In tho penitentiary for nhootlng Perry Crldcr, hn baon granted a pardon. Maysvlllo. A largo crowd gathered on the bank to wltncsi tho Immersion of three convert by tho Rev. J.' 11 Heed, In the Ohio river. Maysvllle. Tho Purdon-Dodon Dinner Supper Woman's Use A visit to the laboratory wh?re Uila successful remedy is mado Impresses even the casual looker-o- n with the reliability, accuracy, skill and cleanliness which attends the making of this great medicine for woman's ills. Over 350,000 pounds of various herbs are used nnually and all have to bo the, year gathered at tho season ofmedicinal when sub juices and stances arc at their best. Tho most successful solvents are used to extract tho medicinal properties from these herbs. Every utensil and tank that comes In contact with tho medicine is sterilized and as n final precaution in cleanliness the medicine is pasteurized and scaled in sterilo bottles. It is tho wonderful combination of roots and herbs, together with tho skill and care used in its preparation which has mado this famous medicine so successful in tho treatment of female ills. The letters from women who have been restored to health by the use of Lydlr. E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com round which wo are continually publishing attest to its virtue. A Contradiction of Terms. She Did ynu rend tills article on the decay of homo life? lie Yes, nnd It's nil rot. SInysvlllo. Maysvlllo is now on tho eve of one of tho greatest building boonn in ltd history. Vhltelunr. John Tolley, 18 retire old, wan Rovcrely Injured In n mlno accident nt Koinn, In this county. Prnnkfort. W. Oh Armstrong n broken arm from the kick of con- test for a sent in the council has been carried to the Court of Appeals aftet dismissal In Circuit Court. 11, Simmons, found n dynamite enp near Munday'i Landing, applied a inntch to It and lost thrco lingers of his left hand. nn nutnniolillc which ho was cranking. nveraged I'nilurnh.- - Dark tobacco $2,, hlpliest for the season, nnd one crop caused excitement when bid to S.20.25. Ilarrodshurg. Jim ft?"' mm ?r WHY UHlmlilSIS SWAMP-ROO- T KhuUMMhnU T It For many years dnisRists have watched rrith much interest the remarkable record maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo. the great kidney, liver and bladder t, medi-sine- ii a physician's preicription. t ia a ttrengthening medi-tinIt helps the kidneys, liver and bladder do the work nature intended they Swamp-Roo- V V ihould do. . Swamp-Roo- 4 nil merit 2L,N. maisit sold iy neip drufnsiH on ita Kiuncy you. ?o oiuer etiouia medicine ha fo manr friends. Be sure to get Swamp-Roo- t t lias stood the tcft of years. and start treatment stance. However, iryou wi-- h first to test tlm jrreat preparation send ten cents to nr. Kilmer II Co.. Rinshamton. N. Y.. for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and "ention tms paper. .lor. Ne4essary Preliminary. Clitic, will you accept my "Itst, let me see what you Frankfort. Rural Supervisor Chapman urges counties to levy the Mhldlcsboro. Local physicians have tax for schools ns tho only under ndvlsement a new schedule of means of raising teachers' salaries. fees commensurnte with the high cost of living. A tobacco warehouse beLancaster. ing built by Joe Spelth wns wrecked of by the wind, and n cottage In course Keefe, Jslcholasvllle. Joseph Wllniori', has announced his candidacy of construction wns badly damaged. for sheriff, the election to be held next November. Winchester. The $15,000 dnmnga salt of It. B. Scott's administrator vs. Richmond. An operation saved the C. W. Vermillion, whoso nuto killed the life of little Jimmy LIvengood, Bercn, aged marl? will be tried at tills term. who swallowed n James D. Black campaign button. Whlteshurg. Frank Fields, son of S. II. Fields, of Whlteshurg, fell from Lancaster. Benjamin Grime.', 72, the walls of the building, who killed Jim Grimes, his nephew, on Main street, and wns badly Injured. p, was given 20 years In tho February penitentiary. Winchester. Charles Green, former soldier, pleaded guilty to forging n Danville. Miss Rnclmel Cook and check on Sol Bloomflcld for $20 nnd were married was given a year In the penitentiary. Clinrles Zimmerman here, Juilee G. V. Coulter performing tin ceremony. Paris. Thieves using n wngon car j"Ied nwny $200 worth of tobacco from Mt. Sterling. Edwin Foster the barn of George Jones nnd $70 0 months old, was found dead worth from that of Dr. Win. Kenncy. In hi) bed nt the home of his parents on Queen street. MnysvIJlp. pigs bought from Elmer Donovan by John Versailles. Sylvester Boston, who Wll5on got awny the same night and received the contents of his shotgun ninde their way seven tulles to their In his leg whole hunting, is believed mother. to ho out of danger. Ilnrrndsburg. While testing n car MndlsonvlUe. Passage of the $."00,-00- Just out of repnlr shop, George Blown bond Issue insures construction of nnd three companions rninmcd a o federal highways east and west pole, and tho machine was through this county. wrecked. mnx-ImuBack-Comb- s Rich-nrdn0 tele-phon- Sit. Sterling. A. I.. Tipton fell from his porch, on which repairs were being mnde, nnd broke his leg above the knee. Nlrholnsvlllc. Charles Kenncy Duncan, 7, was Jolted off while riding hit grandfather's horse, and wns seriously hurt when his head struck the road. Any time that any one wants a delicious drink with a real, satisfying, sustaining food value. We guarantee its purity and high quality. We have been making chocolate and cocoa tor nearly 140 years. !WAITERBAKER.&C0j9 HI Tsti?&n? DORCHESTEILtTJASS (ffilmilju in fn 1 Banner Lye is easy to use No other 1r la packed to aafeljr and conveniently, or U ao economical not a bit wanted. Ko other lye nr eoap clean and dlslnfecta 0 easily and thoroughly aa Ilanner Lye. It e lye. Odorleaa and colorleas; la not the irreatest cleaneer and dlalnlectant the cleanlnc world has ever known. Uae It tormilk-pane your kitchen, cellar, alnka, dairy, and bottlea, for aoftenlna; water, and the wanning and cleaning will be cut In labor of hair can ot and aavee money bealilea. A llnnncr I ye, tVt pounds ot kitchen crease, ten mlnutea' eaey work (no boiling; or large kettlea), and you have 10 pounds ot heat hard aoap or 20 nallona ot aott soap. Ilanner I.ye la sold by your grocer or Write to us (or (ree booklet. drUKKl.tn. 'Tees of nanner I.ye." Tlir IVnn Chrmlrnl Work Philadelphia CSA giAKis I'Uitra hoai" GUT! sick, Owenshoro. A world record was esWinchester. Commercial Interests tablished when Pryor leaf was sold nt of this city are nctive In the move for 00 cents, and general sales were strong a highway to connect Winchester nnd at around 10 cents. Big Stone Gap, Va., to be christened Kyva Highway. Cntlettsburg. Under a requisition Issufijl Xormnn Ifolbrook will Jie Just Whlteshurg. When the engine headbrought hack from Indiana to nnswer light showed n possum crossing the a charge of bigamy. track on North Fork tho train crew Johml In n brief posum hunt, losing Lexington. Berkshire hogs from the their quarry in n cave. College of Agriculture won second monsy at the Chicago International Moncc hns been pre-sRle'non'l- .Livestock Exposition. .al grand jury In l . arrests in Newport nnd - -IIender.on.- Tho. widow of Boyd Jor C.on, where violation of t " - V'UJnc J1 C. jirwnitlon was alleged. : o CELERY KING A LAXATIVE TEA If You Suffer From Constipation, Upset Stomach or Inactive Liver, Give Celery King a Trial, If You Want Genuine Relief and Want It Quick. f war-tlm- away. Brew a cup of this pleasant remedy when you catch cold, get feverish and ara out oi sorts. Use It for sick headache! to give you a sweet breath, clear skin and healthy ap petite. 8. C. Wfr'Jn & Co.. I.e Roy. N, T. It's a nurelv vegetable remedy, centle end effective, that drives Impurities from the bowels and makes you (eel better right Or. and Mrs. JL S. "o two weeks ngo icir daughter at Vd Deinopolls, heir Inst card. shot by I is Spring's , .rt,--i III . CM. Ulll.lJ.'MllB tO ill) It. .i I Backache 'ot application of Yager's The intense pain from a lame k is quickly alleviated by a Lini- - tractlct. s side. i. Cooper, oV, ii -- "HILL'S FIVE MILLION PEOPLE USED IT LAST YEAR srV vri aw f OS vj iv Ci QUININE x. Standard cold remedy (or 20 yesrs tale, sure, no in uv ales breaks up a col J in 24 n.'uri relieves grip in i cars. Money back u it tans, ine ea genuine oox nas a mil a V i III VvVN lop wi in air. I Wit I I'l'II '.fr.i picture. At All Drug Sttrtt ACHES AND PAINS 'QUICKLYRELIEVED Yjou'll find Sloan's Liniment softens the severe rheumatic ache yt, i on freely. Don't, rub it in. penetrate na:u; V.'hst 2 relief soon follows I lal aches, stiffness, soreness, , niu'des, strained sinews, 'cricks" those ailments can't off the relieving qualities of s Liniment. Clean, convenient, iintcaL 35c, 70c, $1.40. t't -- in aW faK, I fVtaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal Hand Sapolio Cleanses Invigorates SoftcnsuieSldn UA1D IIA1 SAM aaaMiDaraS-etutiJ4lrrUla- J PARKER'S jU jl jBgust i to Crtr and Fadul Hair -- yautoi ciw. v. n. f w6om. w.T 'FCKLES ay.KMt nnd&MM Wf ala UiaUiMl- tw jtatinc; Coughs coufbt, coUa, X and atavl' ' InfUmeJ and Irriuud t wiUi B UaU4 icmcdy Jet- - '3 S OS JS claims local diiiii)lonship honors as a omls, who dealers. Price 35 cents, snake killer, hnvlnp slain nine rattlers pairs of hoe, cnUsl'U-- .. . i ne large bottle of Yager's Liniment con. and four eopperhcnils this fall. nectlon with extensive thefts oI "valuatains twice as much aa as the usual SOS bottle ot liniment. ble goods from the C. & O. freight firay.on. I.owls Drown, 32, was bhor house. through the head nnd killed by a rifle millet which Tom ISloonifleld. 23, under Covington. J. J. Krown, 30, who wns arrest, says ho fired at random. arrested while making strenuous efforts to see Tiesiileiit Wilson, Neem-he- r A enr occupied Winchester. 7, and nsk his nld in securing his by Louis Klmhrout,'h and Fonnan Frisby pnrt In '"an estate" was brought -is ran Into a hrushplle in tho dark, and from Washington. QILDERT 1IROS. CO.. Baltimore. Mi. they were painfully hurt In the spill. I!y ndopting Ueattyvllle. ISreck Muysvllle. The Chandler, 14, sentenced to the Itefori Electric Co., .23,000, hns been organ- School for seven years for taW ' ized ut Gennaiitown to light that town money from him, W. M. Kldgeway seIN nnd Ilrooksvllle with electricity from cured the boy's release and will eduMaysvllle. cate him as his son. Agony of Rheumatism and Gout, Neu ralgia, Lumbago, Chest Colds and IlicUinnn. Isaac Shuff, one of the In a charge to tho Winchester. Sore Throat Ended In Half the lenillus fanners of this tectlou, grand jury. Judge Sliackleford deTime It Takes Other Remedies. brought Into the city several sprigs of clared that if tho public would rente wheat which were each badly Infested spending money "like drunken sailors," Mustarlne won't blister It Is always with the yoiiiic lanae of the Hessian refusing in pay exorbitant prices, prof- ready for use It's grandmother's mustard plaster with other fly. iteering could he curbed. pain killers added. me best ana quicnest remeay in inn world for lameness, sore muscles, stilt MaysTillt;. The Abeideen ferryboat Itlchniond. Charles SlirewHberry, J neck, cramps In leg, earache, backache, has been engaged by the mayor ns a who drew S.I.4IH) from the hank unci headache and toothache. for It by arm, while the city Is disappeared In his nuto, wns Jironght IsBegy's Mustarlr.e-a- skhonest, vellow name, mus mada or real, from hrokvn-dowpumps, and back from Key Went, where, enroute tardnot cheap substitutes. Use It freely to draw the rain from those sore feet-I- t's will anchor nt night on this side of the to Cuba, he wus Intercepted, and is III great for chilblains, too, and for river. nt ills home in the county. frosted feet. Ask for and get Mustartns always in tne yeuow dox. x. vvmis n io. i.e itoy, h. lllckiniiii. lien Luttus, a I'uducnh. Addressing members of farmer residing south of town, had his the McCnicken County Public Health leg cnught in n farm tractor and It was League, Dr. I). W. Covington, of broken in two places. IIu was nhnic I J. C, of the health service derrhwT tilt Occident happened and was partment, sought the of unable to get help for some time. the organization in securing for this county un Dead Loss. health department. I'arls. The Matt Kenney farm of 40 "Then your dream book Is n total acres, on the Lexington roud, wai Pnducnh. Unusually satisfactory lossl" bought by Lewis Rogers at $020.50 per reports followed the Inspection of HIv "Seems so." acre. "How's thati" erslde Ho'pltnl of this city by hospital examiners. Inspections are u.ado "Can't seem to dreum uothlug that Whlteshurg. It Is announced that twice each year of the hospital liens will fit It." consolidated schools arc to be estab- Commendation wus given the stuff of lished in Letcher county. nurses nnd doctors. . Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by locul applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is Owenshoro. Claiming he wns electpenitenIlarbourvllle. The oniy one way to cure v.auirrnai uuimu, ed for four years. Judge W. V. 1'lnk-6to- tiary sentence Imposed on Hubert S. ana mat is ny a consuiuuonai remeu; CATAltRII MEDICINE ax Is contesting tho accession of It. Combs in 1017 for criminal assault, lias HALI.'H the Wood on the Mucous Surfaces II. Watklns, successful at the recent been commuted to live years by tlm through Hystem. ot the Catarrhal Deafness Is election. caused by an Inflamed condition of tbs Governor. mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is .Inflamed you have a MIddlesboro. J. D. Cain, of this rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and Hickman, Jack I'lirhatn, Is entirely closed, Daafness Is replace, together with Loulsvlllo capltu. son of Mrs. I.cuu I'arhum, fell from when ItUnless the lnnaminatrn can be ths result. Ibis, have bought tho Meadows-Martiupper part of new liouso under conduced and this tube restored to Us normal condition, hearing may be destroyed Coal Co at Cory. struction and broke his right ami. forever. Many cases of Deafness are caused by Catarrh, which is an inflamsd condition of the Mucous surfaces. Flemlngsburg. Parent-Teache- r Will McCartney was Klenilngsbiirg. A ONE HUNDHED DOUAKS for any taken to Cincinnati by Dr. It. M. Skin association tiih organized here at tho case ot Catarrhal Deafness that cannot be cured by HALL'S CATAHIUI ner for ua operation at a hospital High School buUdlug with iorty-fou- r MEDICINE. tbcro. members All Druggists Tic. Circulars free, V, J. Cheney ft Co., Toledo, Ohio. white. White co Is being shown for r,'ew Plumage In Pari. The smaller a man's mind, the long use In n number cf pompon and flat A new suggestion from Paris In tbe breast effects. Iiionze ttq is very vtell er It takes him to make It up. way of plumage trimming comes In tbe thought of. form of Mill to peacock tails. They are The statesman lu bli .flights of ora being used, up to 21 Inches In length, tory merely speed hit Qplnlons. New Ribbons. to wind around tbe crown of a bat Tbo field of ribbon Is ao wide that Four to five may tppcar In rows, with the full flat end ticking out as a trim. It la not possible to outline It Iq a Paris also tells of another popular small space. Entire gowns nre made Vlumage I if the shape of crosse aig- of tbe new ribbons. Bodies ore built MM 4 rettes. These caonet be used In this of them to go with tulle skirts. Cuirass u country, because ofthe ban on tbelr blouses are made ot them to wear unc importation, but a ''k'v mltatlon der topcoett with crepe V cklae Clan-Cle- ar Heaalrri"era vi tuein is uvmiit , wre in j skirts. II cave Statu Co. il far frt tMason-Bracken 'iffererafrom rhwt "km. sclatici,' " jrsnrkr;c.snould always ottle of "Yager's" bandy aa- xattve qualities qiucKiy ef from pain. Blnco the war there has been a great DECORUM OF HOUSE IS BROKEN Incrcaso In the number of visitors to OR A8 CROWD APPLAUDS Grant's tomb. They come from all parts of the United States, from Alaska JEER3 OPPOSING HEADS, to Florida. It would seem that no stranger to New York city fails to visit homago to the gmt Advice Is 8houted To Members ef the shrine to pay general. They arrive singly, with their Board Throng Includes Leaders ef Republican Chiefs families or friends, or In delegations Celtic Insurgents organized especially for such a pilgrim Are Called age. Between 000 and 1,100 persons visit tho tomb dally, and about 400,-00-0 Newspaper Union News Servles Western a year. Washington. of tho Tho claim The tomb Is taken caro of by ft cus Irish lteptihllc to recognition ns nn In- todian, nn assistant custodian nnd two dependent Government was brought to attendants. George D. Durnsldc, whosee father was n cousin of General Burn-sidCongress ngnln and wns debated In of Civil war fame. Is the custodi militant fashion through a tempestu- an. Ho has more thnn nn official Inous session of the Uoihc Committee on terest In tho sacred edifice. When It A Foreign crowd which was being built he was foreman of conAffairs. Jammed the committee room nnd block- struction, nnd It was his duty to see ed ndjolnlng corridors punctuated pro- that the blocks of stone nnd marble ceedings with cheers nnd with hoots wcro laid with proper caro and preof disapproval ns the opposing speak- cision. Because he had a great 'jart ers presented their arguments, nnd n In building the tomb and understood number of times threw the session Into Its construction better thnn most men, disorder by yelling gratuitous advice the Grant's Tomb Memorial association to the committee and witnesses. The selected him as custodian, and when crowd Included lenders of the cause tho structure was completed In 1807, of Irish freedom In this country nnd he entered upon his duties? When It manifested In various ways Its sym- wns dedicated by President McKln-lepathy with the plea for recognition. General Horace Porter handed The occnslon wns committee consider Burnslde Its keys, nnd It was Burn-sid- e ation of n hill by Iteprcscntntlvo W. who sealed with his own hands R. Mnson, Illinois, Ilepuhllcnn, which the grent sarcophagus containing tbe would appropriate funds for dlspntch remnlns of General Grant. of diplomatic nnd consular repre "During tho past year," he said sentatives to the Onvcrnmcnt set up by "many soldiers and sailors visited the Insurgent Irish Iteptibllcans. of our tomb. Indeed, about Its supporters declared It presented visitors were men In the service. nn opportunity for Congress to do nil SInco the tomb has been opened a It could constitutionally toward a full regular visitor onco a year Is the aged diplomatic recognition nnd Its oppo- woman who for years served as maid nents condemned It ns nn effort to In- to Mrs. Grant. She comes every year volve the United States In a dangerous on Mrs. Grant's birthday bearing n foreign situation. Lnte In the session wrcnth of flowers. One day an aged on the part negro hobbled Into the mausoleum. Ho charges of of Irish Itcpuhllrnn leaders nnd cer- explained to Mr. Burnslde thnt he bad tain of their supporters in this coun served General Grant during tho Civil try threw the meeting Into n furore, war. He told with a great deal of which the committee quieted with dif- pride how he had held the general's ficulty after the chalrninn had warned horse, and what a good boss the gen' ntmlnst Insults to witnesses. Interrup cral alwnys had been. Grant, he said, tions so prolonged the hearing that the was n most modest and unnssura- committee's plan of concluding was Ing man. Tho old negro knelt revcr abandoned, nnd the nrguments will he cntly before the sarcophagus and resumed. Justice Daniel V. Cohalan, wept bitterly. of New York State Supreme Court, "He treated me all right," he sobbed, nnd Frank P. WnMi, who headed the "He trcnted me nil right, 'deed he delegation sent to did. I'se eighty-seven- , I Is, and I'se Paris during peace negotiations, ap n pore old man, but I'se glad I come peared to espouse the cause of Irish here nnd seen this beautiful tomb, freedom nnd nsk for passage of the 'deed I am. It's grand, but It ain't bill. Arguments In opposition were none too good for de general, God innilo by Oeorgo L. Fox, of New Ha- bless and rest his soul." ven, Conn. ; George T. Lemon, of Troy, X. Y., President of the Nntlonnl Feder He Gave Op His Monocle ation of Presbyterian Patriotic Socie A certnln Australian regiment bad ties, nnd others. among Its officers an old regular who vras settled In Australia when war broke out. The battalion to which he Hines Cancels Fuel Orders. nnd Washington. Authority wns given was posted duly arrived In Egypt, stag to Regional Director General Wnlker the first night in Cairo the major gered the mess by appearing with a D. Hlnes to remove restrictions on the use of light, heat nnd power derived monocle. No one In Australia bad ever sus from coal ns soon ns the fuel situation wnrrants. Regional Directors also pected him subject to such an optical rewere authorized to restore train serv or social weakness, but with his turn to tho Old World tho mnjor re Ice removed or curtailed to meet the ways of his youth coal shortage duo to the. bituminous turned to tho The next day an audacious Anzac miners' strike ns soon ns the fuel sup purchnsed ply In the various regions Justifies. subaltern went Into Cairo, Sending out of the Instructions con- two dozen monocles, and that evening every officer, stituted the first step taken by tho nt mess the major found solemnly Government In the light of expectation .Including even his C. O., sporting a single eyeglass, accept the Governthat miners wonld Tho next night nobody not ayen ment's strike settlement proposal and return to work. Director General the major wore one. London Cb: fines, In nnnounclng his nctlon, sjiJ(1 tele. conditions In the regions varied greatL Cause for Alarm. ly nnd coal still was being shlppeSj "Marie, who was that man I saw from tho East to the West, but thnt gate thts removal of restrictions might be JustH you talking to ot the front ' mornlngl" shortly. fit Grumplt. That was lr. "Why ono of my suitors. He wns asking me r.,' ledge of American Institutions. to go ii the 'Sons of Jupiter' ball on I New York. Cure for jiocial unrest my next night out. lr? this country is "fuller knowledge of "I beg your pardon, Marie. I didn't American institutions," ilecmres I'res mean to pry Into your nffalrs, bnt 1 lilent Wilson In an article written for was afraid he might be a walking tie current number of The Independ delegate of the Housemaids' union ent. "Men are blessed with n new cu who wns hanging around hero trying riosity about their governments," says to get you to strike." Birmingham one-quartii it flf eat delay. Whenever you feel nervous, weak, dlxtr. suffer from sleeplessness. er have pains in the back, wake up at once. Your kidneys need help. These are iims to warn yon vnit your Kidneys are not performing their functions properly. They are only halt doing their work and aro nllpwint impurities to accumulate and bo converted into nrlo add and other poisons, which are causing you distress and will destroy you unless they are driven from your system, a with strength-givin- g Ing herbs, well known iv idans In their daily p? MKDAIi nsarlem Oil Cs) ported direct from the 1U Holland. They are convener and will either give promfi your money will be refundY them at any drug store, , to get the original impo MEDAL brand. Accept," In sealed packages. TV , IN EVERY STABLE SPOHN'S DISTEMPER COMPs Is the ono Indispensable remedy for contagious an tlous diseases among horses and mules. Its succeh preventive and cure for DISTKMI'Rn, 1'INK . vea COtinilS and COMIS for more than twenty-Hv- e tho highest tribute to Its merit as a medicine. It Is lea. Iluy It of your druggist. Sl'OII.V SinnlCAI, CO., aoahen, Ind., V. S. A. a certificate which respect Each garment contains antees your absolute satisfaction in every guar- doae ot or "ayrup." but a real medicine which cleans out Worms or Tapeworm with a alnsle dose. Adv. That's Strange. Its Sort. I met a friend who hnd been 111 nnd "no says he chose his wife on nc-count of her eyes." "Then that mar- - Inquired: "How nro you now?" Sho replied : "Do you know, I nearly died 1" rlngc was nn eye deal affair." I sold: "I'm glad to hear It," Shes angry now. Kxchange. Dr. Peery's "Dead Shot" Is not a "loienn" YOUR COLD Kitchener. will shortly be in cathedral, London, Kitchener. Chapel for A speclnl chapel stalled in St. Paul's In memory of Lord "CALIFORNIA. IS EASED AFTER THE FIRST DOSE FIG SYRUP" IS CHILD'S LAXATIVE Remove poisons "Pape's Cold Compound" then breakfl up a cold In a few hours Relief qomes Instantly. A dose taken every two hours until three doses aro taken usually breaks up a severe cold and ends all the grippe misery. xno very urst uoso opens your. ClOITired-Unostrils nnd tlin nlr nngaJ ages in the head, stops nose" running? relieves the headache, dullness, fever-Ishness, sneezing, soreness and stiff- ness. I Quit blowing Don't stay stuffed-uand snuffling! Clear your congested head I Nothing else in the world gives such prompt relief ns "Pape's Cold Compound," which costs only a few cents at any drug store. It nets without assistance, tastes nice, contains nd quinine Insist upon Papo'sl Adv.' n p Look from stomach, liver and bowels. at tongue! ' er-rO- Accept "California" Syrup of Figs only look for the name California on tho package, then you are sure your child Is having the best and most harm' less laxative or physic for the little stomach, liver nnd bowels. Cjuidren iFull lovo Its delicious iruityi 'bot-directions for child's dose tie. Give It without fear la." Mother I Ton must say v I Adv. I The Pianist's Hair. I understand Padcrewskl was only two years old when he began to piny the piano. Patrice Well, he couldn t havo haa enough hair, then to play very good. ratlence GREEN'S AUGUST FLOWER the President. "Everywhere they are demnndlng that the doors behlnJ which secret policies have been Incubated be thrown open and kept open henceforth. The doors that do. not re- KILLS PAIN 5 MINUTES g i- well-know- Weidi-ingto- e r n n uiam imm F efeo Your spond to keys the public hold will bo batlered down and free passage waya anto for this afternoon! erected In their stead." "Why, no. I shouldn't think you'd have the face to ask for It' "I haven't. That s wny rm asking VMIstat Clvh With Federals. phone." Boston Transcript Texas.- - VHIIstns who over the Pass, Ka? wero captr 'd Muzqulz, Conriuiia, Earth Scrapers. out of the town and hnve fled driv Paris Is building "down' Instead ot mountains, according to Mexl-cto t preserve beauty of city under onsul G. M. Seguln. Francisco nn. to "eartbscrapara" Instead t sky-ground Villn ivus In command of the force, the scrapers. Consiil announced, following a visit to military headquarters in Pledrn About 28. opposite Eagle Pass. "Fop!" "Yes, my son." "What are the 'middle ages?' " 'TIs Fifty Below at Qutte. "Why. the middle ages, my son, are Butte, Mont. The olP.clal Govern registered 28 below. tbe ones which when the women reach ment thermometer they stop counting." It was said to he f0 below In exposed sections. The previous low mark was She Certainly Does. 35 below on Jnnunry 28, 101!!. "I don't like to see a minister preach from notes," said the blond so Sug-i- r Bill Is Passed By Senate. prano ot tne cnoir. Washington. The McNary bill, un "What s eatin- - youi ' exciaimeu tne der which Government control of sugbasso. "You sing from ar would be continued another year, ootes. don'l you!" was passed by the Senate and seut to the House. There was no record vote CINCINNATI MARKETS. and Senators Joseph E. Itansdell and Edward J. Gay, of Ixmlslana, who led Hay and Grain. thts opposition, made no further atCorn No. 2 white $1.501.07, No. tempt to prevent a vote. Senator Gay yellow Sl.MJfl.50, No. 3 yellow $1.58 made u brief address in opposition, 1.53. No. 2 mixed $1.5201.54. No. endlug tho fight against tho measure. mixed ?10Qil2, white car $1,500 Under tho bill the board's control over 1.58,'yellow ear $1.5001.52. domestic sugar would be limited to Sound Hay Timothy per ton $28.50 32, clover mixed $20031.50, clover September 30, 1320. $32030.50. Legal Fight Abandoned. Oats No. 2 white 85083V4C. No. white 8414085c. No. 2 mixed 83K0 New York. Hathcr than be separatMHc, Nr. 3 mixed 82V4083c. ed from Alexander Ilerkman, her companion of years, Emma Goldman anButter, Eggs and Poultry. nounced through her attomsy that she Butter Whole milk creamery extras had abandoned her legal light In Su07c,. fancy 73c, firsts 08c, seconds preme Court to prevent her deportadairy G7c. tion to Soviet Ilussla, with Berkman Eggs Extra firsts 73c, firsts 71c, or and 80 other radicals. dinary firsts Live Poultry Fowls, S lbs and over Auto Driver Convicted. roosters toe, 20c, under 4 lbs ise, O. L. A. Pullman, Athtabuln, ducks, white, 4 lbs and over, 3. was found to be young turkeys, 8 lbs aud over 40c. cigar dealer, guilty of manslaughter by a Jury la Live Stock. Common Pleas Court at Jeffersoo. $10.50015.50, Shippers Cattle butcher steers, extra $12013. good to On te Her Strategy. to fair 10.50 12. common choice "Great bargains," remarked lira. $0.50010; heifers, extra $12013, good Subbubs, poring over tbe Sunday pa to cJiolce $10012, common to fair $80 per. "I shall drive lato tows tomor cows, extra $10010.50, good, Jo row stockera ana leea choice $7XO0t)-OU- , "I sec, and your drive will be follow- era $0.50012. said ber re Calves Extra $18.50910, fair ao ed by a counter-attack.- '' good $12018, common and large $00 cently demobilized hatband, at Ne-grn- s, black-haire- The Hidden Face. "Hcllol Is this Mr. Jisson?" Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria "Yes." "This Is Smith. Can I borrow your SAD DAY FOR Constipation invites other troubles M which come Bi?0edlty .wf&ti: checked "and Overcome by GfW August Flower which Is i gentle Iaa... both In tlve, regulates digestion cleans nnd stomach and Intestines, sweetens the stomach and alimentary canal, stimulates the liver to secreto Sure, be economical. Bev ..artlcU' the bile and Impurities from the blood. larly sparing of what you hHvcn't a It Is n sovereign remedy used in many thousands of households all over tbe chance to get. civilized world for more than half a century by those who have suffered Imnortant to Mothers Rynmino carefully every bottle of with indigestion, nervous dyspepsia. CASTORIA. that famous oia remery sluggish liver, coming up of food, palfor Infants and children, ana see mat pitation, constipation and other in-. Bears the testinal troubles. Sold by druggists Slgnature and dealers everywhere. Try a bottle, take no substitute. Adv. In Use for Over 30 Years. "V r - y UiaiU6A ytff ,,r- PAID FOR DECENT BURIAL CAPITALISTS Even the Bloated Monopolist at the Newspaper Desk Is Victim of Vicious System. What arc we coming to, nnd whither aro we drlftlng7 Alas, these bo parl ous times, and sadly out of Joint. Who ever It wns let loose the "got to havo more money" bacillus started some thing there seems to be no stopping. It has spread like an epidemic; It Is not confined to any particular class ot people or limited to any particular age. Witness this over tho telephone to us yesterday morning from our own Ghostly Visitor Who Appeared Lucky Campers Proved to Be Man of His Word. lo daughter : "Hello, that, you, daddy!" "Yes." "This Is Marjorle." "You're going away tomorrowl" "Yes." "Well. I Just called you up to let you know that before you go you'll have to Increase my wages." We promised to do so, and then said with n sigh: "These aro certainly sad days for us capitalists." Cleveland Plain Dealer. One Result of the Flood. "What was tho result of tho flood?" usked the Sunday school tcachor. "Mud," replied tho bright youngster. "Weill" A good ghost story comes from New Brunswick. Two men wero out camping and shooting In wild country. One night ono ot them awoke nnd saw sitting over the glowing embers of the dying flro a figure dressed In an eighteenth century costume. "Who aro your asked the sports- mnn, startieu. xne gnost uuue mm searcli In the cliff nbovo which tho camp lay, and told him that ho would find his ttno speaKersj uones mere. Ho ordered him to bury them decently, and take as his reward what ho found In the cave. The figure then vanished. At dawn the two comrades set to work. They found the entrance to a cave which had been almost blocked by a Inside was a skeleton with a massive gold ring on Its bony finger, and around the skeleton lay various . books of dates varying from 1050 to 1085. There was also a manuscript giving tho locality and description of a treasure burled nearby, which the lucky finders duly dug up and approland-allde. priated. Knowing His Place. "Did you order ham and eggsf asked tho head waiter. "Certainly not. I humbly requested them." Misfortunes come In pairs for the Grumbling doesn't pay. man whoso opponent holds three of a makes tbo bard Job harder. kind. a It only , , ', ' ' I J There's something really tx Ash-tubu- ln GrapeNuts strength TKfe fiascinating aboUt,,the nutlike flavor of and nutrition gleaned from this wheat and malted barley food make it a most sensible breakfast cereal, while its low cost adds true economy. -- and" 00; 11. iasW III Mornintl rjs aissal on your MseWsva. "Can't put a waics on aoytniag. . Leotat Oteb ost pawasd U." Jeiaocrat Disarmed. "My dear boytyou must put a watch 118.60, 12, heavy shippers good to choice) packers and mn.au, medium uuw, com-kbutchers ta choice heavy fat sows W0 Hon-r-Selecte- d light shippers " I $180149, Big $1001X78. 1 .. .. ""lN(j J 4 1 i -- V difc.r PSSBsV 'A w' sniff- - OVfoNQSVILLE 6UTLOOK, ONVINGSVILLB, KY. iNrievcB tmirosH To abort a cold and prevent com plications, take THE IMPOSTOR By FRANK L. PACKARD F nmysl UH. UV.lfrn inteinationh s)Mft)mmm :n u. d. d. Teacher of English nibla In tha Mood Dlbla Inilltute of ChtetKo.) (Coprrlaht. Lesson nev. r. pitzwatkr, Christmas Day Br MARY ORAIIAM DONNRR geMaaafafeay f Santa's "DandeT fnass gJamV'waves of thick, .Ttnffln, "ofc'L tee bwt,-Wd- r Jf mv Nw,napr Unlonl (Oofjrltbt, tl, tj Weatera A NT A IievipiBer Onion) CLAUS wns bock In his workshop,' II THE KINGDOM OF THE PRINCE looked very empty. And (C'opjrrltllt.) no wonder. If you could OF PEACE. LESSON TEXT-laal- nh It. CHAPTER VI Continued. pressed the matter "nnd asked thnt nn Gungn "who's this you've got hero?" havo token tho trip OOI.DEN ahalt call hit O armed force bo sent ngnlnst Itam Gu which Snntn Clans took "My father's servant Gungn," Wnl jama Jeua, TEXT Thou aava hlg people (or he ahull "It Is as Iho Kanaka said," Gunga lab Singh. Sahib, If that had been Ion answered. "You remember, I' nsked irom ineir ulna. .Mat. 1,21. you would have seen Iho nodded. "Sahib, a question: How did done, all would hnvo been well. I'ltlMAItV rOPIU-T- he reason why, though It yon about him, Gungn, this Is Captain Wife Men Villi the Haby Jeaua. you know of those Chinamen nnd would not bo hard for "Instcnd, tho government deemed It Miynton." JUNIOIt Gifts to J Drlnk-Housany of us to guess the wise to bring only great dishonor upon Snml" The East Indian salaamed gravely rua. "One of them told me as he was Itam Gulab Singh, and they stripped nnd profoundly renson why. INTEIIMEDIATE TOPlC-T- he nnd topped respect Helen of dying," Wnllen replied, "because, I Itam Gulab Singh of all rank and nu fully bock out onto tho deck, away he Prince of Teace. Snntn Clnus on (the iicd and refined BENIOIl AND ADULT ent suppose, I had nursed him as best 1 thorlty, nnd for several years patrolled from the cabin. night beforo Christmas .1 tablets that ar World Pence When the Trlnce ot rould through the night." had stopped nt the toy stores nnd had the w aters of the Island closely." Captnln Lnynton stared nt Wallen. Pace Shall Itelgn. ,ealei8, safe and sure. 'Tcs," Gungn nodded his hend ognln. Gungn paused. Tho muscles of his Then ho rubbed his eyes nnd stared taken tho toys which ho hnd left there On this Chrlstmns occasion let ns so that tho children could seo them "IJut I will end first tho Knnnkn's face wcro twitching again and tho ngnln. cdicinal virtues retain tale so that the sahib wilt understand hard, fllntllko gleam was back onco "My wordl" he cjacnlntcd. "Yon lake n forward Inox Into the golden nnd wrlto letters telling what they J and improved. Sold all else tho better. Tho Kanaka had mora In tho eyes thnt nl look as though you'd been In a bally nge which Is nhrud of us. It Is the wanted. nly in sealed packages, time of which the wise of nil ages By that time he had packs and packs been a long tlmo a member of the ways swept tho water, that never fight." .'rice crew, long before tho ship cntno to looked nt Wnllen. "Do I?" smiled Wallen. "A few have spoken nnd tho poets have sung, of toys, as many ns his sleigh could Honolulu. "Snhlb, It wns because of your moth wharf-rats- , that's all, captain. Wo'U tt will not bo brought about through hold, and while his workshop wns Improved soclnl conditions or even n empty thcro wns n nice, cheerful ap 'lit was In Honolulu that for much er, before you wcro born, that tho mas' got under way now, It you're ready. pearance nbout It. money he wns hired by one of Ham tcr left tho East. The heart of Horn "Aye, I'm ready," Laynton replied; League of Nations, but by the perTO GET RID Gulab Singh's agents to kill the mas- Gulnb Singh wns black with hate and ho was still staring, only more fixedly sonal coming nnd reign of tho l'rlnce There wero lots of tools nround, of Pence, tho Lord Jesus Christ. It however, nnd thcro were bits of cloth ter. revenge filled his soul. It Is too long now nt Wallcn's clothes. "If he failed In that he was to a story to tell now, sahib. Great wealth Wallen, following the direction of Is the kingdom which Daniel snld the left from making dresses and lints for OF, YOUR GOLD stir up the crew to dream of the was his; those In his pny were every' tho other's eyes, glanced down nnd God of heaven should set up (Dan. dollies, nnd there wero llttlo ends of ribbons which had tied packnges. There sahib, which, with so strange where. his own eyes fixed on an ugly red 2:44. 45; 7:1.1, 14). I. The Lineage of the Kino (v. 1). were pieces of wood, too, which hod "Twice he tried to bring worso than smear across his pocket. He hod for He Is of rnynl stock, the seed of been sawed off when boats were made. death upon the master by attacks upon gotten that t It was when he had felt quicK way is to use David. Ills birth took plnce ncnrly There were many other things which your mother. And tho second time, for a match. snhlb" Gungn's hands around the Dr. King's New Discovery "Aye, I'm ready," said Layntoq 2,000 years ago. This Christmas sen- - showed It hnd been n toy shop. It son Is n memorial of It, looked ns If It hnd been full of toys oors tightened until tho knuckles wero again. "I was sitting up for you. II The Gifts and Power of the King only n llttlo while before nnd not only ns white knobs protruding from the Reckon finding that chap was your toys but of every sort of a Christmas put swarthy skin "It was only by n mlr business, eh? Well, I For God's U. 2). DON'T can oft until tonight what do today. Step Into These remit from the resting upon present for every sort of n child. nele that she was saved. Hut, snhlb, sake, what's that?" 'Iruedsfs nnd buy a bottlo A fire was burning cheerfully In the It killed her. even If It were monttiR It camo sudden, quick as the crack him of the Spirit of the Lord. Ilecouso of pr. King's New Dlccovery. Stnrt tuklng It nt once. By tho timo you nftcrward when your father had hid- of doom two revolver shots In rapid of this endowment he Is equipped to big stovo nnd wns making the workreach homo you'll bo on tho way to den her In the gray house the sahib succession from without and then administer the nlTuIrs of tho kingdom. shop nice and wnrm. But there wns I nn open fire, too, nt the end of the A sixfold chnrnctorlzatlon Jit of the Splr knows, for she was with child then, silence. This standard family friend has been shop with n big chair In front of It. nnd when you were born she died. Wallen whirled and rushed on deck, It's gifts shows the completeness of the breaking colds, coushs, grlppo nttneks, On n rug besldo the chair sat Boy "And then, sahib, tho master stayed with Lnynton stumbling madly behind equipment. nnd croup for morVj than llfty years. 1. The Spirit of the Lord. This of the North, his head against the on there to protect you, as he had him. There wns no one In sight save Its used wherever sure-flrrelief Is appreciated. Children nnd grownups promised your mother he would do. Gunga, who camo running to meet title shows that he Is to he qualified knee of Snntn Clnus. alike can use It there Is no disagree-nW- e He wns wagging his tall from time Hut even there It wns not further thnn them from tho rail though now from for his work by divine Inspiration. Your druggist has It to tlmo and looking Into his muster's The spirit of wisdom. Ho Is om the nrm of Ram Gulab Singh could forward, tho crew evidently aroused, ."-u.u V I LIL, niscient. Only n king of such wisdom eyes. reach. Docs the sahib remember tho came commotion. "Good old Boy of the North, never night as n child ho crawled from bed was It?" shouted Lnynton ex can rule over the whole earth. "Whnt forgets his muster I" snld Santa Clnus. .1. Tho spirit of understanding. This Bowels Begging nnd came down tho stairs, nnd there citedly. "Who fired those shots?" Help And Boy of the North was happy thnt wns n man dead upon the floor!" "They seemed to como from there, understanding, coupled with wisdom. Snntn Clous was so pleased by the ' irTorPld Vvcr Pleading for assistance? gives discernment nnd discrimination. "I remember," snld Wallen In o Captain Sahib," Gunga answered Imiiuuiuss io uegicct tneso tilings warm wrapper and slippers which ho 4. The spirit of counsel. This means. when Dr. King's New Life Pills so voice he did not recognize as his own. passively and pointed forward. hnd got for his mnster. promptly, mildly, yet effectively como "And then, Gunga?" with an oath Cnptnln Lnynton loiibtlets, the gift of making derisions. to their relief I "Good old Boy of the North." snld 5. The spirit of might. This means "And then," said Gunga, "the young Jumped for the ladder nnd swung him Santa Clnus again, patting him, and tho ability to execute his decMon. DeLeaving tho system uncleaned, clog-re- d snhlb went away; and the master had self down to the foredeck. bowels unmoved, results in health, cisions would be of little vnlue with- - Hoy of the North sniffed the air, and no longer any heart for anything but Wnllen's eyes mot Gungn's. looked nt Santa Claus as though to destructive Let stirau- "Sahib," snld Gunga softly, "shall nit the ability to execute them. to stny on In tho gray house. When lra.ynjY.,f.on!c"!n"nctIon sny: Dr-- King's New 0. The spirit of knowledge. Tills Life I'Uls bring you tho happiness of next the mnster learned of you "you a viper sting twice? I wns watching "Who wouldn't bo good If he beregular, normal bowels and liver funcwere at sea, sahib; nnd after thnt h'o in the boat, for I knew we were nhead refers to his reverent attitude loward longed to you? You're always cheertioning. Keep feeling lit, doing tho God. watched your comings nnd your goings of him. He swims well, but once he ful and happy and nlwnys thinking of work of a man or woman who finds III. The Nature or Character of the sploshed. It was Kanaka. Ho will "It Is Too Long a Story to Tell Now, always. relish la It. All druggists 25c, King's Rule (vv. Sahib." "And all this time Ram Gulab swim no more, snhlb." 1. A quick understanding In the fear Singh gave no sign. Then camo the n voyngo as was theirs, would rendlly of tho Lord. He 'will have ability time that word reached tho mnster CHAPTER VII. be believed, so that It might come that you had taken berth upon tho quickly to discern Godly fear In the about that the crew and ofllccrs would Upolo, to trade among tho Islands of bumnn henrt. The Wireless Message. take things Into their own hands, and Rnm Gulab Singh nnd upon the masAn unerring Judgment. He will Wallen stretched out his arms In a would take the ship to the place Itnm ter fell again the old fire, for he knew sort of glad relief as he camo on deck not Judge after appearances. Singh had set down upon the Gulab 3. Ability to render decisions ac that It was the hand of Rnm Gulab next morning. He had breakfasted paper, and where Ham Gulab Singh Singh Into and alone, because ho hod slept cording to the merits of the ense. His that struck. would He In wait to work his will upon "I sahib, he sent hero Immediately late but he had slept well, once he decisions will not be bused on hearsay, the mnster and upon ihcm all, sahib, to spy upon them, nnd this I learned: hod got to bed. nor on plausibility, but on for dead men tell no tales. Hut for Drink-Hous- e knowledge. Snm, tuklng with him the For the time being. If ho wished 4j Impartial Judgment of the poor. for tho prompt relief of Asthma and that paper, sahib, It so fell out, he had Chinese of whom tho sahib knows, was nnd he did wish It ho could bo careHayFevor. Aekyour druggist for It. no need until you, by Allah's will, came sent to Shanghai to wait tho coming of free and laugh with pure happiness. The time Is coming when the poor will ?.! oonta and ono dollar. Writs for get Justice. also to the ship, as I have related. All the Toknmaru, the sahib's ship; and e Sam no longer lived FREE SAMPLE. this, sahib, I learned tonight while I there at the time the Upolo wns In 5. Reproof with equity for the meek. him dny and night, threaten-Inc- . Northrop & Lyman Co.,lnc.,Buff alo,N.Y. lay hidden." port. Ho bribed the man who wns slrJtcr; the ship Itself, with the Jcsu said that the meek shall inher Go onl" urged Wnllen tensely. "I mate to leave the vessel, and also some Kanaka gone, was purged of Its men- it thf earth. (V Ko shall smite the enrth with the begin to see a little. My father, GunAcid-Stoma- ch of tho crew, thnt there might be room ace;) and he knew all now and the gn nnd this Ilnpt Gulnb Singh?" for the men he had brought ; and then, knowledge, concrete, definite, tangible, rod of his mouth. When he comes "I. Look at Children All Over the utterly wicked. Apos, The young sahib Is twenty-four,- " through "o lnfluenco of others of Ram robbed tho peril that still existed of the earth will-bWorld." said Gungn. "It began two yenrs 10 Gulab jh's agents In higher quar- that sense of Impotent dread, which Is tnsy Mill be mnnlfest on every hand, you were bora. The master wns ters, t" 'aptaln, who was nn honest the attribute of tho mysterious and the nis blessed reign will be ushered In others. You like children and you like hy.thn Judgment of the nations (Matt. to hear them lough and you work a great merchant here, owning schoon man, L b, was led to Induce you to unknot I. for ers by menns of which ho traded with sail wl hlra In the other's place. them all the year. You're their King. IIo' and blue the sky was; i:Rl-10w iiattTvs. Ilam) Gulab Singh was "Dutahlb, all this I did not learn and the fresh, clean .brcezo filled tj8 Y. The Harmony and Ptace of the King Santa Claus, and you're my mas Doctors declare that more than 70 nnn the native governor ovei a group of at once and meanwhile your father, lungs as with a magical elixir Uf0 Kingdom (vv. ter." organic dtase can be traced to these Islands. Jliis harmony will prevail In the Starting with Indtgeitlon. heart So Boy of tb'o North tried to tnlk to I knowing well what threatened, had was good I burn, blchlmr. bloat, aour, very powerful, nnd his stopped at Honolulu and "He was "Santa Claus pnd Santn Claus under pa say stomach, the entire system eventually He. hod paused chartered the outside tL I relationship of men, nnd will be b'comei affected, every vital organ suffering wealth wns beyond reckoning. .tn nnlnml kingdom. War stood lie strnKcu me uog s neau,-nnc- i Monlclgti, ns the sahib knows, to fol- lounging room, and now a crackle frof?tear1e' ' in some degree or other. You see these vicsTlif Jftl"! ho nrt mnrfi mw nnii thn ns he smllcdSEooklng Into the firepluce, "Also, sahib, he was n murderer and low everywhere people tims of the. Upolo In the hope that he tfo X who are subject to nrvousn, headache, n thief, whereby he had his wealth; might rfnch you In tlmo before the will fcetl together; tho Hon Vvlll he rlnld:" y people who suffer from insomnia blliousna Jt straw, not flesh. The sucking child "It wns n yonderful trip, Hoy cjthe rheumatism, lumbago, sciatica and aches and und he hid his face behind tbe Hrltlsh work was.done. rains all over the body. It la safe to say government, whom he deceived. Your '! sport with the most deadly ser-ft- t. North. I love to sit down here Irf my Is but that about 9 people out of 10 suffer to some tho murder Paradise will Indeed bo restored, ensy chair or Christmas day and th'lnk father lost one schooner and then an of "Sahib.v icre Snm to of extent from Drink-Hous- e tell. Here In If you suffer from stomach trouble or. about It. Ob, I saw so many lovely fls will bo mndo possible through any it vn areyou do not feelailing, stomach distress, other and many goods; nnd knowing Singapore I have crept Into the house weak and feel tired and In his heart that It was Itara Gulab personnl reign of the Messiah In children. They were asleep nnd such yt dragged out, lack "pep" and enthusiasm and of the banker Loo, an eld and crafty nice smiles were playing around their .usalem. (v. 0). know that something la wrung although you Singh, he complained to the governChinese fox, who Is the chief agent of cannot locate the exact cauee of your trou-k- l' ment. mouths. I hoped, Boy of tho North, I But because he could prove .'. How the Kingdom Will Be Set Up you naturally want to get back your Ram Gulab Singh. And It was there hoped they were thinking about me, grfp on health as quickly as possible. Then nothing, nothing was done, sahib; only y ss rs I. . r Sam, who, vwyv I learned of Drink-Hous- e i remK ATONIC, the wonderful modern take because I like to havo them fond of 1. The elevation of the King (v. 10). thnt It came to the cars of Itam Gulab though he was one of them, was hated edy that brtnjrt. quick relief from pains of Indigestion, belching, gassy bloat, etc. Keer Singh, nnd he mocked vour father, my me." His elcvntlon will bo n sign to tho naby them because his demands for your stomach strong, clan and aweet. See And Boy of tho North pressed tions; to this sign they will respond. how your general health Improves how master, by messengers In private. money were ever Insistent, and bee quickly the vim. vigor and vltallt) "Sahib, my master wns n brave man, cause, sahib, with the years he knew The only, way to bring unity among nearer as though to say: ccmcn back! "They're fond of you Just os I am Hu landed n too much to be refused. the nations Is to exalt Jesus Christ. Get a big SOe box of EATONIC from youi and of great cunning. tfrugglrt today. It U guaranteed to pleast 2. The regatherlng of Israel (vv. 11, fond of you Just ns fond ns can be I" schoouer with such richness of goods you you are not satisfied your drugglat if "And there to that house came the "My reindeer had such a good time, will refund your money. 12). Out from tho nations of the earth that It was common talk; but also, In tonight; and there, too, came Israel and too. Youil have to go out and see secret, he placed abundance of arms Kanaka Israel will be gnthercd. word that you had made trouble at upon the vessel; and nt night, ns she Drink-Hous- e Judah will unite under tho ono king In them In their stalls soon, and henr how And, sahib, as Sam's. they had to slow up whenever they sailed, he himself came aboard In the the city of Jerusalem. upon themselves, and wolves that feed I r TOR YOUR made lots of noise, for I was so afraid 3. Envy will disappear from Ephralra darkness with many men to join the because It would seem that the guilt and Judah (v. 13). When they see hlra they would awaken tho children. crew, and of these I wns one, suhlb. would fall upon the stranger, upon you, "And now, Boy of the North, you Annd nro Joined to him the tribal on- "It came about as the master had sahib, who had come and fought aljr know whnt I must do I" ..,,.,.. j lKrnv will flUnnnonr.. foreseen. ready with Drlnk-HousSam tonight, Boy of the North stretched himself 4. There will be physical changes "He sailed to the Islands where Itnm they went, sahib, and did even as you which will niter the surface of the nnd got up. He followed Santa Claus Gulab Singh was; nnd Hum Gulab have seen. Would the sahib, too, bavo earth (vv. 15, 10). When redemption to a corner of tho workshop and then Singh, knowing that It was your fa- paid with blood for his father's blood? will have been completed not only the back to a window while Santa Claus CHEWING TOBACCO ther's schooner, and thinking it a prize "I meant to do that thing myself; 'spirits of men will be In accord, but carried a long, long telescope. of great value, fell Into the snare. but because I could not escape from "This Is my magic telescopo which there will be harmony In the animal Suhlb, he camo upon us with four whero I was hidden In the house until world, and changes will be brought, you see mo use each year, Boy of the proas, nnd our men lay hidden below all were gone, I was too late. Sahib, I looK at about In the earth Itself whbii will North." said Santa Claus. the decks, that they might not be seen the talo Is told." make It fit for the condition under children nil over tho world, nnd when until tho pirates, led by Ram Gulab No word came from Wallen. For a A Crackle From the Wireless House they smile end I cat: see how happy which men will then live. Singh himself, boarded us from the long time ho sat Immovable while a Caught His Ear, they are then I am being thanked for proas. cloud obscured tho moon, and the my work. Seek to Do Good. was a fight, tulilb, that I would riding lights of the vessel gleamed and the wireless house caught his ear. That "It "It was very hard this year to get Doing good Is the heart of Christian to Allah I might see again before I die, twinkled brighter In the greater dark- accounted for no sight of her upon the life. "As you havo opportunity, do all that the children wanted. Some deck! for my arm Is still strong and my ness, and until the moonlight strug"Good morning, Miss MacKayl" he good." Wo ore especially to consider years aro harder than others, but the blood Is tho blood of youth, and tho gled forth again In a silver, waving for CROUP, COLDS, sung out cheerily as he hurried for- our brethren In Uiese activities, but children understood and I haven't seen years couut not. They fought ns rep- path until there came a little splash Boy of the North, INFLUENZA & PNEUMONIA one to gossip wo aro not to limit our activities to a single scowl. No, Mothers sboald keep a Jar of Jlrsiues tiles light who must either light or die. In the distance, as though a fish had ward. "Found some " them. Tho Christian should not be sat- not a single scowl. Halve convsLlenu Wnen Cruap, loflu with this morning? I en, a or I'nenuionla tareaieoa ibia delightful Hut half escaped, and those by swim-jnln- Jumped. Every child ev"Oh, what thanks salve robbed well Into tke turuat, chest and Ho was standing In the doorway of isfied unless be In giving some help to to the prous which, In their first Then Wallen raised his head. under tbe arms, will relieve the cboklog, break overy worthy cause. He should desire erywhere Is smiling, Boy of the North, room now.'and tha words congestion aoa promote restful alep. oiihluught, ufter all had como on board At the sound Gunga too had stirred, tbe wireless to strengthen the hand of everyone and every child Is happy I" of us, we had cut adrift from the for now he dipped bis oars and rowed died on his lips. Brown eyes, staring who Is fighting the battles of purity And there wero tears In those merry out from a very white face brown schooner's sides. on toward the Monlelgh. And then he eyes of Santa Claus yes, eyes that seemed to hold a shudder of and sobriety and of righteousness. He twinkling "Many times In the melee my mas- spoke again: of Joy at tho smiles contempt and loathing met his and should stand by tho side, of over; re- tears but tears WLLrul 3IAU1 i.il aoimj ter tried to single out Hum Gulab "Wash your hands, aahlb," he said of children whom he had been able to former who Is struggling to overthrow ,um er let, 0, hI HM l an away her head. hinM she turned Singh, that they might meet faco to in low tones, "for they aro red." N. Wllkeeboro, N. 0. Urauie Urns; Co. wrong. He should Interest himself In seo through his magic telescope. (TO BE CONTINUED.) face, but It was only nt the last the At the gangway Gunga sent the boat every movement for better enforcemaster cume upon the other as Itam adrift with a push toward the 's Why He Liked Her. SHORTHORN Is ment of the laws and for tho making Country's Largest Industry. Oulab Singh was climbing over tbe rail stern; and Wallen, with the Visitor Well, Tommy, do you like America's largest manufacturing lm of better laws. Christian Index. Shorthorn cattle are par to ebcape, and his hand was on tho other behind him, mounted to the boat ttcolarlv adapted to tbe your teacher? ueu. ui lue larioeri. re- - rail, but before he had dropped into deck. There was no one on the bridge; dustry Is Iron .and steel. The pig Iron Tommy Sure I do. gardlsss of location. Tbey Will of My Father, recovered In smelting Iron ore amounts are of quiet Utmperanitni, tho water the master's cutlass had sev- and If there was an anchor-watc- h at to about 23 per cent of the raw maVisitor Why do you llko her? The prodigal bitten with remorse Tbe takeon xietb qmckir tbe eowa are as a rule lib ered three fingers from tho hand of all, the man was asleep, for they had terials. Tbe equivalent of about 14 might havo lived and died In tho swine-field- , Tommy Because If I didn't she eral mllkara. lher bate Hum Gulab Singh such, sahib, Is the come alongside unnoticed. ao Ibbereol qoalltr anJ per cent Is driven off by volatilization but ho said, "I ought," "I can," would not glvo mo any candy for reacb an eieeaa of wal,bl In tho doorway of the captain's cabin in the coking of the coal ; in tbe proe "I will" go home to God. Tho climax Christmas. at ualurllr. Tber art rcadlug of the paper with tbe bardr and thrive on tbe hand. Wallen halted, with Gunga beside him. ess of smelting a further 40 per cent of human blessedness Is a will at one ordinary rongbage produced oa tbe farms and "Sahib, this time the government There were empty glasses on the lock escapes In gas, fumes and dust, and with tho will of God. "I have come It Data Ui eruer rancbea. Fact ror Information wrlMU U, took heed, for we had prisoners who er and an empty bottle. Captain Layn-to- n the remaining 21 per cent represents to do the will of God. "I have come Bnortbonia. "Why speak of past Cluistmascs?" American bhorttiora llrecilere' Aaaotlctleo fully dressed, was snoring In his tbe slag. confessed; but against these Itam Cuicage, IU. my Father." "Not to do tbe will of "Why not?" It Uexter Park Gulab Slngb sont many to take the bunk. He sat up with a start at Wal-len- 'f ray will but thlno be done." "My meat "Isn't Christmas always a present Sixty-fiv- e socond knock. oath that he had been elaewhero at tbe per cent of tbe Cuban and drink Is to do tbe will of Him that time?" time. And so again there was not the "Hello I" he blinked. "Oh, you, Mr. women can wear only, druses of tki sent me." full measure of proof, but my master Wallen I And" he blinked again at -- tour Spoiling an Evening. Result ef Hla Carelessness, "I'm glad to. hear that the Christ"Why, Johnny, you've got a lump on R LOYAL frantic with Joy at having them. The hearts will succumb more easily. ITerr your head. Have you been fighting mas book is a thing of the past" PRISONERS "I thought you were a lover of pleasant picture I dulled only by one Schmidt reports to his own obvious again All wiffguitt: &mp ZS.OlataMot tf aM CO, TtJramlfJ books." lUfflpW well tr4 td "OtiUmxa, tst. I, BmIu.' blot the Independents, spartlclsts and satisfaction that the. .women are havQerman 8oldlers, Back From Captivity "ITlghtln't Notme." "So I am, but I don't believe In communists are already at work trying ing little success, and the prisoners la In England, Turn Dsaf Ear to "But somebody struck you?" dressing up a volume to such an to win the prisoners to tbelr side, and huge majority announce their intenTO SHINE A COLD STOVE Spirtacan Pleading. "Nobody struck we. I wasn't flghtln' Quick and Kaaj that the pleasure of readlig It Js have even placed agents where they tion of standlnwby the empire. There at all. It was an accident." reduced to a minimum by the fear that Umb e-- z Berlin. The prisoners of war can most easily get In touch with the Is, however, a minor element among "An accident!" Vu may leave a finger print on the ucad uiii uead to Duma r from Kngland are well fed and men and preach their unrest and chaos tbe prisoners themselves that promises "Tea, I was sitting oo top of Tommy ,orer." HarnM a Haarnjl. CHIC.fW mmmm clothed, writes O. M. Schmidt from and disorder. possible trouble that element which Bosnian, and I forgot te hold his feet" Aftula Wanted Vlbrographlc Show Car J, l the collection camp at Mescbede. The forces behind tbe move have was the last drawn into the army and London baauilfal, adluatable. bet tots, aell II to II. A Christmas Dent where the men are concentrated and put a great number of commuBlitlc went to the fmt unwillingly and deWm, Laaidale. 211 Albion ft. Clnclnaatt O. Po notiGBake year Christmas presand spartaclst women Into tbe game, termined to dAert at tha first Btoaeat then are sent to tbelr homes. TBKK OK HKQDKaT A VIVID STOr at Dea't get too closa to your friend ence sarly. v They are naturally overjoyed to be on the theory that the prisoners, after Those men the wonderful Teaaa Oil field baaed oo ab ma 1 coat acts xui troa er tbey may accidentally step oa you. solute truth. Write Chaa. XL Jackaoa. Be yean without their wltw taft sweet bleEaakesty ' home, their relatives sometimes Sll, JBdtparkltaca, LESSON FOR DECEMBER 21 1 aiorabs TOI'IC-tlrlnK- o lng TOPtC-Perma-s- coal-blac- k 35c JW In a few moments you enn transform your plain, dull, flat hair. You can have it abundant, soft, glossy and full of life. Just get at any drug or toilet counter a small bottlo of "Danderlno" for a few cents. Then moisten a soft cloth with the "Dandcrlne" nnd draw this through your hair, taking ono smnll strand at a time. Instantly, yes. Immediately, you have doubled the beauty of your hair. It will be a mass, so soft, lustrous and so easy to do up. All dust, dirt and excessive oil Is removed. troas-ure-hun- t, ,no Let Danderlno put more life, color, vigor, nnd brightness In your hnlr. This stimulating tonic will freshen your scalp, check dandruff and falling hnlr and help your hnlr to grow long, thick, strong and beautiful. Adr. to lovo two women nt the snme time after one of them finds It out. It's simply Imposslblo for ono man dev?ft'. trouoie anow Iv rrprcad through my system, csualng me to have rheumatltra as well. After trying many remedies I decided to try Anurie and It ha riven me more real relief than anything I have ever taken. Consequently I contlder It the best there Is." II. C. Harni.h, 08 E. Davis St. Naturally when the kidneys are deranged the blood Is filled with poisonous wate matter, which eettles In the feet, back, ankles or wriata; or under the eyes, formations. in Dr. Pierce's Anuric is many times more potent than Jithia and often eliminates urio acid as hot tea melts sugar. .Send Dr. Tierce's Invalids' Hotel 10 cents for trial package Anurie Fremont, Ohio. "Anuric cured me when doctors and other medicines had failed. For about five yeara I suffered with kidney complaint and bladder trouble. Had pains in my back and across my kidneys, and rheumatism set in through my limbs and arms. I doctored without getting relief until I decided to try Anuric tablets, and it was only necessary for me to take three bottles to completely cure me of all the rheun matism." Mrs. Daisy Cherry, 813 St. bag-lik- e (anti-uricGar-riao- ASPIRIN FOR Name COLDS UNCLE SAM in PLUG form MOIST & FRESH "Bayer" Aspirin is on Cenuino o say Bayer a SCRAP chew nfter-ciTec- for nfter-effect- s. Insist on "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" "Bayer package," containing proper directions for Colds, Pain, HeadIn a WMMI53m v ). mark of Bayer Manufacture of of Sallcyllcacld. ache, Neuralgia, Lumbago, and Rheumatism. Name "Bayer" means genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for nineteen years. Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost few cents. Aspirin Is trade Adv. lloner back without ooeatlon it HUNT'S SALVE fall In tha treatment of ITCH. ECZEMA, RINO ont,TETTEn or other itching; akin dlseaaes. Prlca 75c at drupelets, or direct from LLllehardi Mrflclai Ca.,tlieraiaTu. Home Jazz Outfit beU, triangle, cricket. Great for dancing-- . Fan for kidsMailed preand grown-upspaiOt ai,D CMU WllU UlUBr, Made xcmaiTeir d r stock !n- Hyca- - Some women who see things Just ns they nro drive men to seeing double. Granulated Eyelids, sties. Inflamed Eyes relieved over nigm oy noman Eye juauam. On trial proves ita merit- - Adv. mora St.. Live onr wltn their "a ft. n?K ti, st donea 183 Wi tabem. Rsmedy first-hnn- d An enraged man tears his hair, but an enrnged woman tears her hus band's. rFLORIDAn Frnltland Park In Florida! lake Jeweled hi in lands will appeal to the humeseeker who.whetb- erwuning lanaoran orange grove, doalres tbe best. Wrlta for book of actual photographs and leara Low 70a can own your own grove on eas j DOAUDOITTUADU.Sa Trade ferments. Fark, Florida 19, 13. Drink-Hous- be-for- Makes 9 Out of bo-fo- re People Suffer h ). 1 ). r ' ). ATOMIC o KING PIN Has that good licorice taste Freshen a Heavy 8kln With tho antiseptic, fascinating Cuticura Talcum Powder, an cxqulsltel; occrfted convenient, economical face, W. N. U., CINCINNATI, NO. skin, baby and dusting-powd- er and perfume. Benders other perfumes FOR CHINA One of the Cutlcurn Toilet Trio (Soap, Ointment, Talcum). Adv. Celestial, Long "RssUeJit ire Hawaii, Has Planned Triumphant Return No Cards In the House. to His Native, Land. The fourth-gradn teacher hnd great deal of trouble with Fred's atTwelve years ago Chant Chau colled tendance. Ho was nbsont so often that she got suspicious nnd wrote a his queue on top of his head, donned the garb of the Occident In order to note to his pnrcnts, ns follows: 'I am afrnld thnt Fred Is playing fncilltnte speed, and hied himself out of China between two suns. Chang truant nnd I would like your auon in securing n better attendance Chau had made a bad guess and had nllled himself In 1007 to the forloi record from him." hope of Dr. Sun TntSen, latejircsj Tills vw.Uiacrilv : "Dcro Teechcr IrTrmf-- w, 'playing :,.riT'i;rCi'.1.lni. hut In that year over- truant he didn't lern It at home. We the Miinchu dynasty. ?Vn ,rooP' air church people nnd hain't got a Chang Chau nrrlved In HottvtfiU, card In our house." the Mnnchus now are no more, at? take It from Chang, his Is to bo Berlin's Heating Plan'. triumphal return. The city of Berlin ndopted In July a He has bought a new plan for supplying some public untold yenrs has been addbuildings with bent nnd wnrm water. which for ing to the hilarious enjoyment of Exhaust steam .from the Berlin elec- Hawaiian natives, and Intends to set tricity works will be used. In addition It up In Peking, nn exchange says, to boilers. I'lpe nro to Beforo many moons the blatant wall bo laid In concrete conduits along the Jo-- e streets, tbe pipe sections to be welded of floating out from tho will be together. A number of tenement mechanical orgnn of the giant swing louses will be Included In the dlstrlbu-tlon-nre- nnd mingling with the thousand other which Is set nt about two noises of the Orient, while staid Chi miles nt first. It wns the original In- nose mandnrlns rock- dlgniaedly reW-tention to commence the supply this gaudy wooden horses, their queue, winter, but It Is doubtful If the work robes flying out behind them ns will have been completed In time. mnke the dizzy circuit. Cynics mi' vv icuiiJicu iu ruv luui viiuiiirH re Three R's In Real Life. smacks something of revenge. The three B's run nil through life twenty-fiv- e you think of romnnce, at Amonn Musician you thing ot rent nnd at at forty-Ar- e "I have n genuine Cremona violin." sixty-fivof your rheumatism. "What's that In these days? I havo Schenectady Union. tho finest cowbull known to Jazz 1" MERRY-GO-ROUND e merry-go-rouncoke-heate- d e X wiivebem All men aro a little lower thnn the Somo folks nre never hnppy until angels, nnd the majority a good deal something has happened that they can moro so. bo exasperated ubout. Vt looking for. g 1 Nervous? Restless at Night? Ever Have Headacil How about yourjrj' cup of coffee? T Suppose you try ' ' '. In tl "if v . - Tho Farmers' Breed the Mon-lelgh- Instant Po V ous, red-blood- ed a v. ' Cuticura Heals Itching Burning Skin Troubles EX-WA- I r This delightful cereal beVct. ' possesses a fine coee-lik- e flaWJ vor, but has none of the harmful after-effec- ts thru which prevents vigor coffee so often health. Cost ex-le- nt stove polish legs, too. . x Ttt-Blt- v . at. ft Sold hy Gjoomtk uhI Gwmal 1 '7 : i V 1 ft A I . f I. 3k -- If? ,'- - ifhVlion KY. innt ni J Scvcrnl tr. mu . lr. week. pnnt nnd Mm. OeorRO Hoitnctt n few dnj,lho frnm ltoro nlleiidcii If '4 It I ointnR .uoniiny, . - Charles fTidRolI, of Atro, 111,, Prtmu Inst Sunday to vWt lite paronls Mr. SnedeRnr and wife PEBBLE A two-tne- L lS I'm ,u"ncUof Spn- -, Mm. Med Htnlcraiins uecn vory ...ongsvillc. Kv., l'wt-- . sick ,but is lieller. A. second-clas- s matter. t d rdilldren, Mrs. Sidney, iVTfv nnliteriplion FW'HK OUTLOOK'S m her Clyde of KanneM, visllfi' rnfon nrn nn fnl1nw( Tuwdny. wife jNiotii'M' nnd vKS--41 OR t VO-i1jrnr Lnncloy AtkinM nnd ntV if More- Seventy cent Bhf.monlhs m r unrlc the family i forty eenU hrnd, visited llii week. oi inrco mourns I. IJ. Hunter Mins Slnll and MiM Ardino 0. B THOMPSON, , liiittiHon, of I'rcHlon, palled on friends - - - Kentucky. ' rp one day hist week. Owlngsvllle, Mrs. J.ttthcr Downs nnd lit t lo 18, 1!)1D. dintishler, Helen, left Tuwdny In vis. OKCIiMUKIl l.iiins- il her mother Mm. IJosn in vilk'- STEPSTONE f Owiiirs- frs. S. V. .John-oi- i, I.ttlher Hittcnger wont ! Mt. StorThotmtH ville, visited Iter son ing ti' "i'k li vp h;s pn'ftiK nl-' - mIi t 1'iiul Wcckes-- , mil fnmilv ne dnv Inst week, to 'i it Mrs. Mrs. (leorj?e (Vtiijf. r rrcnehbitrR, w' .i ha rine rniin' Michigan with Iter pnrctits was the Ritest of her dmiRhtcr Mm. It pcnd Chrftmiw .John Monljoy hist week. Jli S. Hittettgcr nr.il wife. ,uhr r Hiltmucr liobert Hart, oT lVmisville, was Fnuik Ilntrvi, nnd Hob li!ihii!,,v sold tlu-i- Inlmcco here Sunday. Mrs. Joe UlevhiH is on the sick list. ut flOn n pound; .Jnnios (Inrrclt nNo Hal-toDnttiel, of Ashland, joined Tin-Ic- y ; Hold his tobacco t (ittrrclt In- - fnmilv hero Sunday. We; Hold for Miss Zella Swart, left Monday to fluid' fur 45e; Dim HIpviih, dr., Hold Mrs. James GOc: nnd Nullum Howard sold ut be the Rttesl of her for at Morehead. ijOp: n muni miiliv other.- - hero sold (5. W. YmitiR, of Salt Lick, called for Rood iripp). returned liome on his son, Clyde YonnR here SunMrs Sup Jnnr Monday iifler n visit ut Owingsvillc. day. , Snlt-I-ieMrs. Charlie Payne Iiuh lieen very Mi-- s Florence Coyle was in week imd her litis Friday. poorly again this Mrs. Ashtnn Tlioiuas was in Mt linnd Is si'inc lietter of his illnc. Mrs. A. K. W'yutt vWlrd friends SteilitiR shoppins; Saturday. ut Mt. Sterling hist week. UFPER PHLKLY ASH Vcrtner Kldridgc mid li'T hrolher Mrs. llatbara Ziniiiieiuniiin is Rrad-nal'Mrs. Henry Wig- visited their RrowitiR weaker. Kenton ut Ml. Sterling the put week. Mr... F. F. Tucket t is visitittR her who ' Clinrlie nnd Willie Ulevins, their dntiahter Mrs. .lohn Mnrklund anil have been in Illinois brother, Sum Ulevins nnd finnily for Mr- -. Tom Stone and families at Home time, returned home this week, C. S. KatlilT nnd wife visited Jeff Tom .June- - nnd wife enlertuined friends nt their HniliflT and rmnily near Mt. SterlitiR Hcvernl of tln-'and Wednesday of Inst night with singing cx- - Tin-da- y iiome Tue-dii- y h snow n fell Snltr Duford, the little ion of Clyde. i sick with ton-siliti- J. T. OuiIroII. night. Hvervthinif hoM lair pneet the mile of Jerry Turner Satanic Cowb hrotiRht from .fOO to $75; unr tuiilu hrotiRlit $160 1 initio hrnujjlit 1 105; sheep Hold ut $8 per head. nf II. Ynrbcr, wife and mothgr, near Mt. Stotlinp, vinlted the Inttcr'i dntiRlitcr, Mm. Lillle (lamer lnut week. ("i f. ; furniors huve linished trippui loliitceo nnd will ilultvcr thin week. Mrs-- . HJimtbelh (Inrner wns Ter.t ., . ( ... 1.1 .... w sick lasi weK til tier oauRiiier h juts. Jcssto Crump, of Knst J. W. Ilendrix sold live 50-lshouts at tfO.Sfl per liend. John (larrelt coiitiniteH ill. A few from hero attended court ut Ml. SlcrliiiR Mytdny. 1 . b. Don't apenti your Christmas money for trifles. Go to J. II. Brown's Mt, Sterling, Ky.. 13 Dank St, nnd buy yourself .one of those fine CHRISTMAS 131 meaxss THREE GOOD Ii FARMS FOR SALE AND HOUSE IN ANDlOT 0LYMPIA ( STOOPS Tolmcoo men nro mnkbiR Rr'ent Imftlway lb 'heir stripping. , PIANOS OR A PLAYER PIANO, I t. "... i Tlllliov. GOc-- 0-c- nr n Hit-har- si-t- er ri.lne.1 ll.e' tiirnplkw. Hurt Carl .ml family lmvc moved mo mncKmniin to Cnlrk pottnty. Hhop hero now ift lolnjf run by Ilttil Coekrsll, colored. Sonic com is ehnnjcitiK IimiiiIh at 7.50 and $8.0(1 per barrel. Hut very few HcIiIh of fodder arc lit lo feed. Mrs. (IcorRB hiehnriNon, who has been ill for sometime, is now tiblc to sit up. Mrs. Titos. Warner has been seriously ill for several dny. who bride, Cluitile Crouch nnd were, recently married near Salt Lick, will ro to housekeeping here shortly. SALT WELL Pliny Moore recently visited the and wifo Mr. Frank Oomlpa-e- r 'niaily of Morton (Jrein near Sharps- pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. .MirR. Treadway. Iiichnrd Moore, of Flat Creek, has Jes.--b Carpenter nnd wife spent bought from Mrs. J. Will Cluy, u 41- Sunday with Miss Kiln Power. tero tract of land nnd improvements Willie Kinenid nnd family sp.-nMarch ;or100cr..e,-cSunday with N II. Kinenid. Parents Day here last Friday was Int l'VM) Little Isaac William Ishu.uel, who Mr. Davis' leclitr.' quite n sitcee-- s. tlvl.n.1 bis In.wils ,., moved, law and exercises were excellent. V I Hnllie CnrpenliT envc the youn ' Prenehi..!: services nnd Sunday Wednesday folks a party dance t . -n 1 .- f'nn PIJONnnnAPH. Oti SINGER SEWING MACHINE, some- thing worth while. Whnt ia home without music? And how (an 'any voman keep liouso without n Singer Sewing Muchme? Terms: Cash, or payments if you wish. time by the County Judge shall brace clothing, feeding nnd the medical attention to nil inmates of said County The renter will have the use nnd occupancy of snid farm which of 576V.20 ncrpK nf Innd, togcth er with till the buildings there on, nil of vich is lo he considered in milking emnee-ewarpoor-house. con-sisl- FARM NO. I Consist of 170 ncres on SInfo Creek in sight of Owingavillo nnd joining the Kwing estate. Two new honspfl nnd n new tohnpco barn. This is mostly new limestone grount that un never been tended nnd worn and is fine for tobacco. FARM NO. 2 . Cosists of 118 nrres nn Hose llun creek nnd ' ' use and known ns tlie Isane Slirottt plnec. It lins a very Inrsf tobnecu barn, doitblo eribs rind stoek hnrn and vxtra wrl fenced with woven wire nnd join the Ilnmilton p'V" . All kinds of sawing machines repaired. There nre six acres to be cultivated in tobacco, 75 acres to he cultivated in corn, 10 neres to be ctiltival -- il in oats, U0 ncrpsMn meadow, and 'ninni-i u.e ...rm nS ,u Ro ';-" hid. 1mm h ''l I '" ' "" i -- . , : , , Back Again Keep Your Eyes PesSsd FARM NO. 3. Consists of 10 nores nnd Hps nr-liJ Hamilton pike and the Owingsvillc & Olympia pilu 7--' opposite tho Olympia fchool Imusj. It has three ... ... ii- o, .never iinning wttirr ana oniy nnoui live ncres cicnrv betn used for hog lot and cow pnstttrc. It is buildings except hog houses and one corn crib. 1 LlnilfL ot in r.i nuuoc. aim lui in ULirfli'iA. A tunc room house w V good slock barn nnd pike running into it. A good crib nnd w house nnd smoke house nnd a douglc enrnue for two cars. Sir rd stone walks all over the place and a new electric light pint) in wiled, lins is nn idcnl home nnd should go with No, 3. flu is only throe miles from the Olymninn Snrituis. there, id ho P.lVL-ll- . on nny of and it is alt in the oil territory and may prove vaiunnic Irani tliat source. Will sell worth the money nnd mnke Icrtns td suit tho chuscr. .... i . well-fcn- V V ' CLYDE YOUNG, Olympia, Kj uoru a,.,, u.oo, hi . , y ng r crcises. There wn- - n wreck here Sundii.V nfternoon ut iibout 4 o'clock. An east bin' d freight train wrecked uboiii :le west of Stepstone station. '1 'Ti' was no one hurt but -- ev. erul In .';s were blockaded here for some, time before the truck could bo cleared. of Illinois, is Andy Miv-tcr-- ,i.ii!iii, lJonocw t..a .intiiifii rPiiikHiiiin, a w and laiuiiy, lioiien inomp- son anil lnuuiv ami outer menus. PRESTON nnd Williamson Misses Ardc'ia (intr.tdi " .ill were in Olyinpta Mon nnd bnby kfr..lu-- . Williaiii-o- n iiuseph Marii'i tre called to the bed-id- e Mr- -. .las. Smith of Sharp;.liat(f one day Inst week,. Ir. Smith - quite ill. Mr. and Mr of nlumliiis, Ohii visited the forincr's tcr, Mrs. Charles Shultz near here list week. Jliss Miiude Hatfield returned s' home Saturday after a rchilivps at ColllUili" Ohi'j - Yir.it In-, K-two-week- veck. It. I. Stone and wife spent I'riihij on R. Ilainilton and wife with Roe'- - Unit. Aliie Carter, ol Aslilnnil, is spending a few dtys with his mother Mrs. A. .1. S'nrolcs and family. Mr. IJelsv Croticlt. ot Tails, ctuite jlu-- t Tti -- day to stay it while with Mrs. I). W. Finch. I Tnv -- olil his tobacco to Clat ' J.irvi- - at :t5c per lb. H. L. Stone sold' his crop lo Clnj lanis nt 4(le per lb. .Miss Waller Mac KatlilT visited Mi- -. Sam Owsley on Slate Creek onn li'rht Inst week. was i IJnrber. ol Louisville, here Inst week surveying C. S. Hat- 'iT'- - farm that wan sold lo (!core Indwell and Kd llrnihr- Tilt re was nnother hi ruin Friday niRht and .Saturday. Creeks were I he hin- -t fnrditi" all day Satiirdn.v. rain turned to sleet Saturday ihrIi There is now 2 and then to snov inches of snow on the ground. lir.- -t snow of the season. .. .1. Walter and Sorrell Saturday night. Crace Denton Vida Crouch neplicw. from Sunday names and daughter, and other friends Pre SALT LICK Clyde, ai d Mr--. F. J. Friel were until Thursday al'ternon. iMiss .Mrs. Otto Uazer was in Morehead K'. HottorfL' and J. M.Crain sold M. Lexingtn'. riday. pa- -t week. ,Mr. Fitch .iikI family, of Hic.Iimh, their crop of tobacco of about fi,50l) the Mr. Hoy Bolts came in from Xew ilu- hou-- c occupied pound- - at r?3,(i0() to If. B. Crain and moved into last Vork.tliu past week. ' one day last Co. Mrs. Lln.Ntl Mp. John Craig, Mrs, Henry Craig i J. W. Crain -- old Tom lJ'i-weckr .ceo of about 4,0(10 Judge Kiinbrvll and Civile Wri'sht heir crou wer at Frankfilrt and atpound. Miiind- 1 SULPHUR WH1 ,EW52 itcl Frank Iieed and tended tho inauguration of Gov. Edj iv ff- a 1SSI urday win Morrow. 'i nily Satin '. y night and Sunday. Mrs. Alice CnrtientcKHuiit died ci I,,,. of tobacco fI of cancer Nov. 30th and was buried iippi-d- . SLATE VALLEY .HLbewi he put hooker Mrs. Sara Bailey visited relatives at Buck creek the following day. Mr jre, ocelli to have cold feet. ilunt was a daughter of Thos. Will-- , of .Michigan, is visit hist week. ii ing relative-- , and friend- - here. lBom, Dee. (ith to Abie Manley and Carpenter of Menifee county. Pres Barnes, of Pre-to- n. was Browning, of Win w!ic, a -- un Sidney. 4m ;Mra;'-Mn;.".r.i- is Mr.?. Snedegar the visitor at tlie home of his daughter, relatives here. chester, Mr- -. Butts last week. Miss here .amity of Cube Snedegar near Parrcll t ''"Mr- -. Win. Sexton, ot miner Salt Mondav. to visit her brother Norton nt Brat- . Mr- -. Orvi e .owrv returned to her died mm wa- - buried nt t,vvile. Lewis Adat.i- - ln- -t liv death a innr? 'ciuc nt Lexington after a week' J -- on cemetery the past week. Mr- -l Sexton was the widow of preacher i HiII Sexton, who will he n ineuihcrcd bv the older citizens of our community. Mr. David Mct'arty died at the hospital in Lexington Friday night ot !a.st week, of typhoid fever. Hi- - was welt known having lived aM of lose their his life hi hero Lick Salt until recently, I a i.l .ipc,- 't Miii. nton, W. Va., v.,i. ii.-- . CKLA visited Denton vi-it- Oos-e- tt vimnp.'ined 'vlw!;pr nti-- ipnugfleld till the weather . n.inliil to ill. ijn it in I "dim r v HprlnK. . "it ' ,i ..... v Indications nro that more changes . " 1t" ,vill be made here in the Spring than II B (loodpa-te- r. nil manure nnd tolia.c, -- talk Mrs. Ida Thoinp-owho has been for mut.v years. Many new one . ren.c., .reimscs '.e .vill move in while several old rcsi- - ' a very sick, - some lietter. ' ,, , "T dents will go to other phtce- -. , Mi-- s Lucy Karriek has been verA penormaoce ... ,. Lieutrell Warner nnd ta.nily. of lor "ie laiiiu... si4. tun... i uiiiiiM i. i i, a Miss Artie noodpaster, John nnd All bids must bo sealed and filed Sundiiy. Claud OondiMster and Ottis Manier with the County Judge of Bath Co. .vliss (Jertrtnle May visited her spent Wednesday niRht with Mr. and Plum by 10 o'clock of the day of the rattMUs Klizabeth May at fniKjy Mrs. I. H. (iiiodpastcr. 75 lo ling and no bids will be received until Little .Miss Viola Moore spent from Lick from Friilny till Sundiiy. day. The Fiscal Court reserves I). L. (iooil.m went Friday lo be that Good Friday till Monday with Mi- - Lvdn 50 Co -. Miss Ma- the right to reject any or nil Jiidit the bedside of his D.iw-o- ti at OwiiiR-vill- c. Any line desiring to inspect this Now ry Coodan, near Owing-viH- c farm will apply to Squire J. W. HOPE Atehi-o25 COUflTY fc'hrotit or Judge J. L. 35 .Mr. Clyde Hackney spent the week .1EHTINU OF THE BATH J. L. ATCHISON, "vVe have tlie POOR FARM J. p. Taylor with a strinp of end with relatives in .All. Sterling. Judge Bath County. 'actories and Sealed bids will be received by tha Hizer Tuck "with G2 factories Coming Mr. Algin Trimble - very ill at exporters J. no export Fiscal Court of Bath Cotiniy, on uo., hi.-- home. fhos. II. G.ay.' L L. Wnlkf-- Tnhnepn Cn , nil hnrn oil If you have visitors or any other Tuesday, January C, 1920, .. .. un imvotllk-Mrs. James Ford still continues on '" uy men ot experience men who know tobacco. Here is where n. in. for the renting of item of interest tell the Outlook it tliu .sick t. :very basket forinps its full value. nhout it. Kogers nnd Mr.' .ho Bnth County Poor Farm mi'i fin' Mrs. Kverett Pan-:cr- Corne to THE HOME wl ere evryman knows his job. To Flcminp; ltichuril Wingato were shopping in i lie keeping of nil Bath County Watch and Uath coonly friends we would state the Parker Bros., Power Burn Jo J. B. Smith and wife, a or those at said poor-hou-se, RMt. Sterling Monday. Allen have joined the big show, and will be glad to see all their c .on; fo Klvin Wilson nnd wife, a girl; that tuny be committed to said Mr. .lolni-o- n irnniilc, ol Mt. Irrr-lin. r ends here. from time to lime during said to Wielmrd Ftterhack nnd wife, n Monwas a caller at this place J 1, girl. rental period, beginning day. 1020, nnd ending on the la- -t d.iy ot! Mi- -s irgitna Iiicburdsou The U S. Wheat Administration California Canned goods for sale relatives in Ml. Sterling the past 'ebruary, 1021. u mil ot at least ..j.;)ii a promi.-e-poor ainl iliosc y It. C. Byron. The Keeping of week. barrel on Hour in the next two oi bo coi.imittid from I. no to Mr. F. I). L'chard-oi- i, of Catnnrgo, hat iny suys sev- iliree weeks. The Seiitinel-Dt'inocrwas nt this plaetu Friday. eral Bath county people are taking Mr. Shelby (ioldy and Kcllv li.-iThe old reliable Bourbon Poultrv We are now operating a Battery Station for the re- steps to orgnmV.e u new bank in Mt. of Preston, attended chui-c'Ifenicdy for salu bv Sterling, but does not know the v ip Wedne-'- l "!,:ht. It. C. UYHON. names of the interested parties. of all kinds of M M. i.a Monday for Froa Tlirce Years' Sitfierini?. toys J. Ky. Cardai Katlo Ihc Wei' Mrs. Jane .Spum-i'of W ineliei-liT- , Texas City, Tex. In an :r.' is visiting her daughter Mrs. C. K statement, Mrs. Q. H. SchiH, of 11. i Iilankctiship at this place. tzys: "For three ycara I sulfcf ' itold Born, to the wife-o- f Tapp ar.ony and have in charge a competent man. capable of bniklingvout- wlm my usau. I wa- ibis to j m ci n Dec. 11, a daughter. IF? . F? do any of my worh. will per- - niRht. Mr. John and U' "id noodpnstei n nnd Ottis Munier, iu visitinR the tumities of U. C. nnd n, ...i i I." i i:...,.,,ii,in.l Mt ''" a.., " slipumied price lor mini unrx I" e Mlntcil in bal. The renter will -l rciuiren o K cotiniy utid rci paupers nun inue Xo e when he is ' smd " imor-hous- The Ape Man Is Coming ""m 'InHi'ilr'iniffVJ'riiii'if ili hT f lfiT "TUmiTI i El . IN THE TOBACCO MAYSVILLE i TOWN VZriL 1 I . o M The market opened with iroin ningc of prices A n. TAHZAN crops crops Medium crops Plain crons 88.00 to 81.14 885 to 40 to 50 to Story BIG 4 r li-- for It poor-!ioiis- vt-it- eit -- BATTERY pir i . 'ft Tiiil wki . STATION at , STORAGE BATTEEJES K'u-s- cll lu-r- 1 - Cii-tig- an rs 1 . i Kit-har- i Cat-rol- l vi-it- .j ..... Iv Dii-kci- I just wanted to sleep all the time, far that was the only case I coitlJ j;ct, wljen I was asleep. I became-nervous wr-- " just from tho awful sulfcring head. ' 1 was so nervous that the. leas would make me jurTjp out ot my bed, had jto energy, and was unable to .. . l.mv ar.vlt.twr. - 1 rjo j J JI ' cio all my household dutiw. I was not able to do anything unli to!: Cardui. I tool: three bct'.lcs in r and It surely cured me of those aw headaches. That lias been three ycr ano, aim l i:now the cure is pcrmsne for I have never had any headache sin? taking Cardui. . . Nothing relieved me until I tcok CarA:l. It did wonders for me." Try Cardui for your troubhs-ma- de from medicinal ingredients recarr.tncr.Jcd In medical book; as bein;; of bcnclil in female troubles, and ! ) years of use has proven that the becks are rigaL Begin KC-1taklnj Cardui today. m 11 mnuij .ixirv i mi -i 1 1 ice oi Pork ClioDS and Bacm Here are reasons why the fine, v,.orloins and pork fresh pork y ham, or crinkly chops, on: bacon, whicn ; pu enjoy for breakfast, cost muchmore per pound than the market('quotation on live hogs which you read in the Ight a new battery, or rebuilding an old one. .Nnv- - id the timeio". look alter your Ijatteneiff as tWcold weather will ruin them if in bad condition. When you have Battery trouble instead of sending to some city shop send to us and we will tell you just what your Wo t' i rl trouble is, and save you money in repairing sam?. for the are agents GOULD, BATTERY " and believe it to be as good as any on the market or better."-Write us or call by telephone whenyou need our services. v Respectfully, ' " newspaper: An average hi weiprhs 220 14 ii w iupwijq-iua-rg- b pounds. Of this, only 70 per cent (154 pounds) is meat and lard. So, when we pay 15f' a pound for live hogs, we are really paying more than 2l a pound for tho meat which we will jet from these animals, even HARPER'S GARAGE CAltUy !,!:, KY. .Imhfe W. S. Giil;d I nolu to James LycurKiH HutchiT six ncron of hind .'rotn olio mil of his Buncombe farm it $100 nn acre. A plan lo build the turnpikes connecting every county in the Statu nuty he offered in the vowing Legis- latnre. The proposition will ho tn have the monoyjTor this purpose prof ift our prices on coal, lumber, vided by a bond issue, taxing into uixl cement before Inlying. Itteht to pav olf tho bonds nnd thu ii tl prompt delivery. interest on them. attto-uiohile- .-. ; iovember wh.ri hi- with his wife inovid to arc now Campion where he was engaged in r.nd grain, the Standard Oil Company's luiji:i-- . i. - Jewels par o cucculcnt, yKl yI i . T i.;.i. . i jastures TSy Eisar nice and popular emIlurrouchs ploye anil his untimi-Ideath is l Iv reiritt.il b all who knee li.n. ili- - wife vcr s,rioii-l- y ill with ihc Ik-- was an efficient is the latest and best of those fa- after taking into account the value of the But people show a preference for ts. ' mous Tarzan stories that have thrilled millions of readers. Tar zan is one of the most unique char- -- itne d:-- e; di Bi-ihi- - wife he h ve- - hi aged mother, an only child, Mr- -. Fred oyc, four sisters and live brother- - lo mourn hi- - s. His will be deferred until his brother arrives from Texas aid his wife's condition more delhiitel.v o-- at - th- - ho-pit- nl in i. JSP 4ii'rririi l 7'.-.- l ; .. Tonic lACoii ) known. Died, Dee. 7 near Farmers, James Lykin- -, ngei! 48 yearn. Ho was an s utwn cc.:'at:oa. . "set off feed" . - V ffMl.'.:.;. eret.'..! i f- - :' i i ;.L'. iVct iv-.r-"i 3 for cdvinrr by r.k Tonie before it to in- -. mvhrly Ir leiictliens honest upright man, a loving hu.haud and kjwl fattier. He leavi-- a wife and four children to nioiirn lii lo- -. Tarzan is the dream man most of Hiwifo before marriage, was Mi us would like to be, and when you L,dc MeOlottiin. He wiu laid to rein June' ecniotery in the pro-enol surrender yourself to the thrill of a largo crowd of relatives nn-his exploits in the damp African Irieiid- -. Peace to his asluts. jungle you are only yielding to the ee acters ever cre fiction. He is a maated in jestic man, a noble beast, an aristocrat in civilization and a King in the Jungle. ' fijy.'i.:J. I'.i'e sctrfiMn!; to tho slzo 4 ti fir, to start wltlt, i ! vi.0 Cioa wateh rcsultt. '. ; 't' n. S yuur dealer two 02, Hvo pounds ii rMIcr FOR SALK liY R. C. BYRON OiMGSVILU;, KY. 1.UJT. historic times, swinging from tree to treeinglonousabandon through the primeval forest or fighting the V ODESSA W luivo two new stores and plengreat cave bear with rude stone ty of find Nt the Whim Oakeliuicli. weapons. Once you have started C'otnu overyhody for all thing are this gripping tale, a team of horses roaily. (Jeorgn I linnet t sold his crop of to. couldn't pull you away from it Iwceo to Truuibo at COi a until the last word Mild in this vwincy. i3 told. imwud. The at Campbell's hloru. Suudi-Kiir lli-s- Season tiekoU for Suit Lick Ly- imagination at e back again in preceum entertainments are now on sale pull of primitrve impulses and in d of the whole the pork only chops, fancy bacon, and choice cuts from juicy hams. This means that when we are selling Premium bacon at 43'; per pound wholesale and Premium hams ut 30, there are other parts for which we get as low as 6 or 8 per pound. The net result is an average profit to us of less than 1 a pound. The choice cuts are higher because of a demand for them. Another thing: Only 35 pounds of the entire hog or about 1 6 th is usually marketed at onco. The rest must be pickled, cured, or smoked. This takes months, and adds to tlie costs which must be met. one-thir- Tin-- : waii'uk Youxn coal co (lit a Columbia (irnfanola the standard of tho world in grapjjo-ihniicTor unto by K. L. & A. T. IJVH0NT The Sentinol-I)einocrr- .t says Walter Harper, of Mt. Sterling, is nn applicant for 11 position under tho new Kepuhlicun Statu Administration nmt commends Mr. Harper as worthy of IIih position he seeks. Tlie Supremo Court of the United States uphold in its decision tho wnrj Boy's wneons, coasters, sleds, air rilles, skates, for Xmns presents. time prohibition law nnd tho pros-iceK. L. & A. T. BYUON' for n wet Christmas have gone ts Dick Kayhom, aged f0 years,.dicd of kidnoy trouble ut hi homo near Mt. Storting. .Mr. Ifayhurn lins Tho Hose Hun Iron Co., notifies nil many rolntive in Hath county. their land nro posi-"- d concerned that nml the law will ho unforced Tlfo latoet Columbia n "i ... agirnst nil persons hunting on snmu. ways on sale nt COlll'ANY, HOKK Kl'N IltON K. L. & A. T fafjlf. By S. J, I'enruig, Agent. POSTED Tho enterprising 1. ie;is of I'oster's Opal the bout cast rangn 011- Stiari'ltuiTC nru tuki' made. For a!o liy largo to thu limit tin riot of tho li. L. & A. T. IJYRON. gradwl high school oinnt.tuwn mid iiwiw "vctii- - iv mv llinn lippimjLIMlll Cuiiip Taylor It is aid will bo to tho inovoiuent. "junked," and Cump Knox rutoined unl vitipi''t ok u dlylswnal t'ost. Uv nn ccrly jiurchnso wc nit. to offer the Usual line of Xinas good. FOR SALE Silverware, Quccnswore, Cut fllass Ono Overland itondiUur. Apply nl nnd (llass ware, llriis.-- goods, Ivorv trays and toilet urt'clci. DUNTON'S 0AHAOK. I I S3 IIM limmcring. stop) 4 Swift & Company, U.S.A. t liouxht u cow from W AmUixiu Itut weok. Priuu not known. . Mm. Kru Kvhiw rolurucd hm A. T. June ' mm new I I r Ar7 k. S. D. TUoiniWMi enn fit you with liisc of iiuy lihul. tliH iWcc iim " niuoiinbli' nnd lib gMMnuitMi i isjm! 11 1 I- -. & a. THE AVKAOt DOLLAR BECIIVEO BY t. nynoy JOHN WHITE LeuwvH.ut.Ky, i. 09. W - , TWjjfl Dr. aturduy uflcr a vkit nf thrao ; Men. II. S. Oiliuore.' with hor ivt-ol- KJlor Kilis Lice Mm. Clurettftf VmiUiwduiBhum un Mhw Lornu Turner, of Wyoming visited tho former's parent Mr, su-- l sitr Eead It! Tho Daily CuiuiflKtJourpitl, Ilihiiitl QutlooU one !yiA.lvIiig9-llo ' bdU full ar(mil vlu iMld raw FURS Libert! I Hld and yeuft..fur$.0.7St