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NUMBER 25. . year paid PERSONAL J. dav. ! e was in Lexington Mon- "C9 Boyd Opening Tobacco Sales. at ten to fif- -, teen thousand interested men from A crowd estimated just received a Kcnt Monday Goodpaster in Lex .car-loi- " of Portland cement. 'ViXCtUX YOUNG COAT, CO. tlge C. W. spent Tuesdayin Morehead. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Brother spent Tuesday in Mt Sterling. FOR SALE: A good anthracite T stove. Annlvito MRS. ESPY GOODPASTER. The Advocate Chiles hospital tlODi All wool says the Mary nearing . comple- - dress goods will be sold GOODPASTER & at less than cost to us. CO, It Is estimated that farm products are worth five billion dollars less than they were last year. Have received a ear load of salt in barrels. WALTER YOUNG COAL CO. fire-wpKu-saw- Dr. J. W. Lester was in Cincinnati from Friday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Conner spent' Saturday in Lexington. Brooke Mogun has returned from a visit to relatives in Carlisle. Miss Hoffman, of Daylon, Ohio, is the guet of Mrs. G. C. Ewing. Mr. C. W. Goodpaster is vi.km her sifter Mrs. Cray Martin, Carlisle. Miss Amanda IIoffmnn,'of Cincinnati is the guest of Mrs. G. C. Ewiiig. Mrs. J. R. Wells left Friday 'V visit her son Ilige Wells nt Salycrs-ville. Win-ciiest- a mm, 1 r Springs, of tuberculosis, He had Mrs. Floyd Ross, Tcaclier. liffch Grade: Arnold Thompson i : il.i about twv wars ago 1 .p. ing to benefit his health. Mr. M.:- - 95, Martha Duff 9.3, Hester Bashford , Gregory will" be 'remembered ns tho 93, Eula Warner 92, Mary E. Broth- genial nnd polite manager .if the cr 92, Roger buggy mare. ruary, D2, GHraore" One good 9yr-ol- d One good buggy and harness, Three shoats,one sow and shoats; Hornback 91, Lucy. Shields 91. One wagon, saddle mare, One store. He came 4icre from Fleming Sixth Grade: Bob Ross 96, George One mule, One good set of wagon harness, county nna maae menus irom the Young 05, Roy Switzcr 94, Opal Ham One good milk cow and calf, 7 Farming tools of all kinds, I beginning of his stay until he years old. Dodge Touring car, good as new, ilton 94, Eula Goodpasier 91, LneJlle 1919 model, cow and calf. for the West. He operated a store Arnold 91, Duke Young 91, Aleene One y cow, fresh in Feb Stock of dry goods, at Odessa for several years. , Mr. Snedegar 91, Beula Jones 00, Lucille One -McGregory was about 51 years of Jones 90. age. He was a son of Robert McFARIC CORD , Miss Amanda Salyer, Teacher. Gregor', of Fleming county, find is Seventh Grade: Grace Horsem: SIZE survived by two brothers Mclvin 92, Jrary, Bruce Daily 91, Irene Cor-bi- n SIZE I PRICEPRICE f McGregory, of Los Angeles, Califor91, Morton Belcher 90, Recae NONrSKID nia, and Will McGregory, of Grange Duff). ' City. At his request he was buried $31 15 30x3JCL. $20.00 Mrs. C. F. Martin, Teacher. at the Owingsville cemetery after Eighth Grade: Frances Rogers 94 32X35 SB. 25.30 "41,' 30x3 ' brief funeral services at the M. E. Sherman Myers 93, Thelma Johnson , 30x35 31x4 CL. 28.00 Ghurch. He was never married. In 93, Badger Sorrell 92, Lila- Gilvin spite of ill health Jim McGregory Donohew 91, Constance Botfs 90. 32x4 SB. . 33.65 0 31x4 You Vnow hsw common the ailments are. haw they come most was a jovial gentleman and most MorrijJIorscinjin90r YJrgalc ,L"V ' o tlvec if .'!t-?sl,the twomift. 33x4 SB. a .id 'i Ht'lr 32x'4' .ti X5.S5Tr " lone. However. Cher frequently crow wore and often develop into a ter oomtanionhble. His 'residence 'here egnr 90. Keeping a lupply of good reh'ablo Cough dUe.-uthnt 34x4 SB. i:.uj -3 36.10 .30 33x4- -. will be Remembered pleasantly by all Miss Leon a Palmer, Teacher.- V Fid Cold Medicices on band ii therefore rood judgment. -IV 34x4 ' ' who knew him and his death will be HIGH SCHOOL Cold Medicines regretted by many friends. -Ninth' tirade: uar6?Itiisliai-&- I"? 34x45 5yio? have helped millionl of peopls overcome tlieio' trouiiemme tSideuS-otni- n Julia Goodpastcr 94, Nathan Darawi II p30x3?CL RICHARD WEED0 JA n n.i5.rti--r nf rmturv. THev Kave been med bv children and adults 03, Bedford, Reid 02, NcJlio Hamilton 1 with the root atUfactry roulti. A trial will convince you. ) mcuara weeaon, ngeaoz yea: 90, Morgan- Gpodpaster 90, Mary B. preparation i d ?AVl PICH'S COUGH SYRUP an old committed suicide Thursday mornunusual merit for coughi and hoarseness. Very soothing to the inflammed Gray 90, Susan Richards 90. ing by ohooting himself through the Unues and helpful in fooieninj and expelling phltgm. Tenth ;Orade: Edna Jones .93 mediea-- . RAWLEIGH'S COUGH LOZENGES are hi-head at the home of Jlrs. Weedon's I Frank Dailv DOL ted and composed of just the right combination of insredierits for Mrs';' SamRatliff, of Step-ston- e mother overcoming ccireht, tickling in the throat, and hoarseness due to levw'th, 'Orde Jmpgene Crooks colds. Pleasant to tasts and convenient to use. neighborhood. The cause of ju, uvruiuB oajyer vi, i. xi. jonff at. contain "RAWLEIGH'S COLD TABLETS the deed is isupqpsed to have been Tw-etil Grade: Ethel Vlejy.Q5Jhy quinine in its most valuable form and in addition are poor" health, the result of an..incur-- j (omewhat laxative, making them particularly useful in dia.'Jan'e'JTaxey 95. J overcoming colds. able malady,. Mr. Weedon's home Prof. Martin, Misses McOpwatf au'd. 3 was on his farm n short distance J. M. ROLPH, Rawleigh Man , Deceased had Arnold, Teachers. south of. Preston. OWINGSVINLE, KY. Fanners are urged to pool Uejr. Miss Eda Chandler who has been spent tnosrol ins obrMt. Sterling, 'Lady or GentlemanfAnenYfafa tobacco and keep it off where I hewas .engaged j business. t; cut). ' r- -z im unlet -nnmsuy- -niua t -j ji spending the holidays w,ijh her bm: ' v mi $n the city of (JwingaVilli to.ell thtfi CMfloJer) LHUwijs $fix3 Rtfey" , An effort s being made to obtain fiitfwvhin and returned Sunday to Paducah where of rec storage for this class ExtriictToilct' Prerofions' He is suvived by his wife and one Spices, tr he teaches: a 'avs." . co. son Mitt Weedon. The burial was. Miss Alta Chandler has returned iuis.opponnmty to get onto businsrs at Mt. Sterling. to Lexington where sheattcnds'Stati- Lest er StIen for 5$brself. Vrite today for Cryek three yearling University, after spending the holi partidalars.and-Slipl- e. xirgm K R. W f. AMERICAN LEGION MEETING. steers brandy on right hip (W) days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs? Jans C6" '6QMemphrTcnn. Bath Post hid an enthusiastic Any information in regard to these Riley Chandler. meeting at the court house New -- OUTLOOK YEAR... cattle will be appreciated. Kindly Charlie Webster and- wife, of Year's night and elected J. S. Piper ' iREESE OWINGS. notify Bourbon county, were here Satur an Commander of the post and Rev MU Sterling, Jy. day. They expect to "return lo this ilson Chaplain. Mr. .Piper wis place the 1st of March to make it elected to fill the vacancy occasioned FOR SALE their permanent-home- . by the removal of Commander McHouse and lot situated oiNslate Miss Nettie Belle Arnold returned Coy to Pikevill. The meeting dates avenue, IFrame house plastered and to Lexington Monday where bhe at- of the iKt was changed from ihe 'papered Contains five rooms and hall. tends the University of Kentucky, second Monday of( each month to Shrout, Piper & Shrout, Lot contains about three fourths after spending the holidays with her to the second and fourth Sunday af Several inquiries have lately come to us concerning the likelihood of anland.; This house, was built by acre ternoons of each month..' Meetings parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Arnold. other reduction In the price of our cars, and as these inquiries no doubt te Mr. Lee Palmer and is first class in trill be held at 2 o'clock. from prospective purchasers, we want to state again with greater Mr. and Mrs. R. IL. Crooks ..were -every particular. For .further paf . After the""meeting- at i the court emphasis that Ford cars are already being sold at a figure actually-belocalled to Yanceburg Thursday by ticluars me J. T. or cost and for an indefinite period anotner reduction or change in design is house a banquet wbs held at Mrs. the serious illness of Mrs. Crooks' V entirely out of the question and not at all contemplated. M. ROLPH. JAMES Warner's restaurant. D. Wv Doggett We believe the public will be fair enough to fully appreciate the frankfather Mr. H. D. Paynter. Mr. presided and acted as toastmaster. ness of the above when they consider the extent of our recent price cut Crooks-- returned Sunday, reporting Foot-Spe- e Dr. J. W. Weber, the R. Y. Kincaid, Rev. Wilson and J. J. which was in fact the equivalent of several reductions in one, in ou" desire Mr. Paynter better. ialist who removes all troubles of Nesbitt responding to toasts. A to contribute toward satisfying their demands for lower living costs notwithstanding our sacrifice in marketing our cars at a lo3s until we are able Byron, Miss Virgaline after special feature among th? discusfeet, on account of his large practo materially reduce present costs through lower material prices and greater tice, trill, remain permanently r Mt spending the holidays- with her sions was the need of permanent manufacturing efficiency. While we have of course made some progress in Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Byron, and quarters or club rooms or t'.iy I'ut. Sterling and aan be seen every Monbringing down operating costs, we still have a long way to go Defore any Catletts-burIn many other counties of tin Jtate day And Thursday. Dr. Weber w her brother Lacy Byron, of thought can be given to further reductions in present car prices, so we have Teturncd to Ihe Kentucky Col rooms have been provjftrJ by the "."having wonderful success with the no hesitancy in making these open statements to acquaint you with the true situation. of the citizentreatment 01 the feet, umce every lege for 'Women, at Danville Tues help and You can therefore give assurance to prospective purchasers of Ford cars Monday and Thursday in the Jordan day. ship. Bath Post lias been handithat now is their real opportunity to buy belcw cost an obtain delivery. VrVbuilding, Mt. Sterling; Ky. capped because of the lack of funds, Every one is familliar with the heavy demand for Ford car? in the spring tobac-The- y Btilldlng In Progress ancl as it takes quit a good deal of mot-e- y and this year will be no exception, as in spite of condi'. ! jsines3 is alcat ce.um UTAUTPn J. W. Honaker has let the contract ready rapiply accumulating, so that many who desire i J cars will be to provide! and furnish rooms co obliged to wait perhaps to till midsummer for deliver c.iing consid-eabl- e Get busy. Keep tusy. Is your job for rebuilding his store house, which as they should be. The people ot inconvenience and possibly financial loss, particularly to commercial as You was burned recently, to Lee and Ed this- community and the county nprmancnt? a unsafe t Is it customers. Palmer and fchurlie Myers and work should help them in raising the necwant a life long business seilin We expect you to protect the interests of prosrecvf buyers in your comap- essary funds and doubtless will when more UCi.17 Watkins Products di was 'begun Monday and will be push munity by placing these facts before them. do Yours very truly, rect to fanners if yon own aato or' ed rapidly as the weather will permit. asked to do so. The Post, or some ieam or can get one; . if yon can give The building was occupied by, R. C. one for them, should appoint a com thai" Ixnid with good personal sureties. Wc Byron as a grocery stand. Mr. Byron, mittee and ask for 'ubscriptinnr for hack you with big selling helps. 52 has also rented the new building and this purpose. ,years in business, aO.OOO.OOO. users will resume his business with a new W. A. RYAN, Manager of Sales. II. S. Ficklin has becnj employed of our products. Write for infnr--inati- stock of goods as soon as the houso , as pastor of phurch of (ejoj where yon can get territory. is completed. t this towji for the year lUJl and week.. J. R. Watkins Co, .Department C, OUTLOOK $10 PER YEAR. preached liis first sermon Sunday. If. M. and Mrs. Burns Elam, of Qak for sale. $1 for .are visiting Mr. and Mrs. sordinary load at Olympia. J. R. Day. S. J. FEARING. Palmer Gudgell, of Bessemer, Ala., is visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. The Christian county grand jury Frank Gudgell. y returned indictments against 1,400 Mrs. J. L. Byron has returned .citizens for foiling to take out lifrom a short visit with Mrs. Mae censee for theirdogs. Duncan, of Nicholosville. Lee Convert has returned to CinIf interested in towels, table lin- -' ns, sheet and sheeting, see this cinnati, after spending several days with his father, Jack Cspyers. large stock we' have at bargains. . tJOODP ASTER & CO, Adair Richards rcturncdJo.Char-lottsville- , Va., Sunday where he nt-- 1 'A" granite monument will soon fends "the University of Virginia, ''be recie. taver ihe craves of .Rev. Miss Eizabeth MeGowan, of the J ueo. u. Barnes ana wue, wno were high suhool faculty, has returned after spending the holidays at home. Miss Elizabeth Ratliff, who has AH members of the Christian Church are expected to call and pay been the guest of Miss Angie Young their nnnual subscription, that we Jackson, has returned to her home in Irvine. may meet .our obligations at once. J. Jl. AMMERMAN, Treas. Mis Edna Byrtin has returned to the Cincinnati College of Music uftsi HAULING. a week's vLit with her parents, Mr I am prepared with a and Mrs. J. N. Byron. truck to haul your tobacco to any Mr. and Mrs. Sam Estill nnd son, market on short notice. Phone 8'i". 'William, spent Sunday with Mr. EsOWENS HORSEMAN. till's parents,. MrTtand' Miv. William Estill nt Grange City. , Rsliknce Property for .Sale. Arthur Markland, who has lecn On Main street, centrally located, visiting his grandparents, Mr., iipd wter Jind Jarg Jot. Apply t Brother, Mt. Sterling, Ky., Mrs. Nathaniel Markland, .returned Ky. 3 to Winchester Monday. ign-illifrtMeoti, , .Miss Dorotiy Conner, of Chicago,' Male yellow collie shepherd who has been spending the holidays Los r'ng around neck. Last with her aunt Miss Kate Conned, dog, w seen in Owingsville. Reward. Notify to Hamilton Colelge Monday. ARTHUR BRIS1;V, Phone 363 Mis;ps Elnn nnd Rem. KstiH. re-Sharpsburg, Ky. rned to Hamilton College. Lexino , ZX xuesaay . on, aiier sienaing uie noi- Declining prices will ..ot give you idaya with their aunt, Mrs. R. C. Byin the fotunTSuoh' values ai we ,now ron. Overpoats and Ladies' offer in William Estill has returned to Cloaks. We &is&&& cloJe oufTali Kentucky Military Institute at Lyn stock and ignore lift cost. don, after spending hh vcation with GOODPASTER & CO. tils parents Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Es- , -first-clas& all the tobacco growing States, attended the opening of the loose-lea- f market at Lexington Monday. The prices offered were very disapjKiint-ing- , although every one expected lower prices than had been paid for several years. The conditions are reported as highly unsatisfactory and the prices offered almost threw to bacco growers into a panic and there was much talk of holding the present crop indefinitely and cutting out the 1921 crop altogether, but this will probably not be done as the bankers who have financed the crop say they are not in the condition to wait so long for their money. A total at 412,305 pounds of tobacco sold at an average of .$20.44 n hundred. Tile liighe.st price paid was .$C9 n hundred for one basket, and the prices ranged downward to a fraction of a cent a pound. The Mt. Sterling market opened with gloomy prospects. Felling lasted but a short time, the bidding being so low that but few would let the tobacco go. About the same is reported of the market at I'aris, Carlisle and Flemingsburg. JAS. H. McGREGORY Jas. II. McGregory, late of place, died Thursday at Colorado CITY SCHOOL NOTES DECEMBER HONOR ROLL GRADED .SCHOOL First Grade: Lillie James hrout PG, Theodore Crouch 94, Edna Pearl Coylo 93, Austin Robin-wi93, Ida Ethel Shrout 93, Lucille Bashford 92 Mnriu Coleman Elliott 92, Emily. Hut ton 92, Morgan kWanlcy 92, John Jr. Reid 1)2, Robert Lee Shrout 92, Herbert Wood 91, Edith Royse 91, Bet-li- e Hatton 90, Bobbie Warner 93. Second Grade: Roger Allen Byron 9G, Marion Conner Dawson 95, Clay Shrout 95, Edward Goodnti 95, Mury Lathram 94, Allino Anderson 94, Minnie Pearl McCnrty 93, Grace Coylc 93, AUie Peed 92, John Robert Jones 92, Owen Bailey 91, Robin Adair Byrpn 90, Ramond Holland 90f Julia Collins 90. Miss Fannie Coyle, Teacher. Third Grnde: Virginia Duff 90, Hose Brother 9G, Lillian Palmer 90, Joseph Shrout 90, Sherman Hender- son94, Mildred Peed 94, Nwncye Robinson 94, Lillian Carter 92, Mildred Young 1)1, Lida Reid 91, Grace Jackson 90, Charlie McKee 90. I. Fourth Grade: Nannie Carter 90, Jack Daily 90, Winston Byron - 95, Louise Ross 95, Edgar Goodpnster 94, Gkid Snedegar 04, Gladys Bash ford 93, Katharine Boaz 93, Lodfma Worg'an 92, Stanley Bailey 91 Brooks Anderson 91, Calis Coyle 90. - Oct our prices on coal, .lumber, lime nnd cement before buying, night TIIE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO Wagon Paulins of genuine twolve ounce army material for sale at :E; L. & A. T. BYRON'S. NOTICE TO .J 'PUBLIC SALE S. D. Thompson can fit job! with T will offer for sale to the highest glasses of nny kind. His prices are his guarantee is u bidder on SATURDAY. JANUARY reasonable nnd hnmp nnd t real guurantco of satisfaction, adr 8. 1921. mv new lot on Bath avenue, in the Ratliff HAY AND 'CORN FORAlL; ' addition. Any ono wishing to' buy ' Wo have on hand now la largo can appply to the udersigned in Owtpiantity o baled hay, both, timothy ingsville. The house is in a good loand clover; also sonic good corn. Give us ydur order. Prompt service. cation and in a good neighborhood, II. O. SWETNAM. WALTER YOUNG COAL CO. sir-roo- m THE PUBLIC On account of the present condition of the wholesale market we have to pay cash for all goods in our stock and so are compelled to Public Sale 6-ro- f limit credit to our customers to thirty days. Beginning Jauary 1 all accounts will Trwill sell my farm of 53 acres, two miles be due the 1st of each month and 8 per vvest of Owingsville, at the fork of the Step-ston- e pike, known as the It. E. Tapp farm cent, interest will be charged on all acat 10 o'clock a. m. counts past due. Thanking you for your TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1921 patronage of the past year and hoping to retain it in the future and' promising the Good house, meathouse, good spring house, good tobacco baru, holds 4 acres of best of service and attention, we remain tobacco, good stock barn, 30x30, an extra Yours, shed, good stone house. Farm is well wa tered. Will also sell the folio wing personCROOKS ST al propert)': EE 5 La-thra- LOOK AT THESE PRlGES Gates llt ' Gates Super Tread Tires DAWSON TAPP Half Soles PRICE . 3 - ?.l I . 1 ! - I fcf 12:50 f a' - ;)i&f JgJ?- - rnay-pfv- e .0; 1 . ed f$ Cougi and f -s "r " - tlme-tote- ...... CROC KS & STA lf REDUCTION IN GLOBE TIRE Guaranteed Tim I 6,000 Miles. S12.50,. ' low-gra- - ppu.th'afl aghebfidtioin i --- j- - 11 NdnsKcl 30x3i S14:00f We have about 20 casings left only S.VJ irat these to be sold at these prices, . - $rkER; J. W. LANE & SON H Meet"dur.j Friends and Neighbors AT FORD PEOPLE'S WAREHOUSE :' em-ena- - I-- CARLISLE, KENTUCKY,. WHERE g, MLMER BERRY TOM ASBTJRY WM. LEDFORD and W. D. McINTYRE - will ahvnys look after you your in every possible way. will send you home with check big as the best and better than the rest. We always preciate your patronage and all we can to show you our service is the best. Come to the FORD MOTOR COMPANY PEOPLES WAR SHOUSE t t s Read our a. usages thwy rejig - i E OUTLOOK. OWJNGSVILLE, KY. v ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine Cart Cen-'lal- o, KENT NEWS 1 ar.D MAINTENANCE OF THE SHIPPING BOARD GOOD THRIFTY WOMAN'S SAFE BANK Wife of Allen Investor Kept Their Money In Shoe She jWoro to Bed. . re- - rbMS . a. - "fej M wM.' He . ft !WmW . "TT I. -- IIS iW loan organization of tho treasury de partment Dr. Charles Aubrey Eaton writes In Leslie's. Rowling flreon. The body of HerDuring the fifth loan campaign a years old, son Head of Appropriations Committee De thrifty bert Lewis Thomas, 18 but lgnornnt alien promised his Must Be Sold, Chairclares Plant of Deputy Sheriff Llge Thomas, was Charles I. Stewart nnd found nt the bottom of a bluff 011 the man Asserts War Department Also employer thnt he would buy a thousand-dollar bond. Some time had Take Aspirin only as told in each Harry S. ltrower were appointed by furm of Frank 1. Hays. Near the body Is Under Fire in Capital. passed and he did not come to make lincknge f genuine llajer Tablets of the Hoard of Commerce directors nt was the ynnng man's shotgun with one his pnyment. Finally the employer Aspirin. Then jciu will be following their regular meeting to attend to the barrel discharged. A load of shot had the directions anil dosage worked out proposed conference of l.c.I:igtnn struck him In the side. An domina- Western Newspaper I'nton News Service. sent for him nnd Inquired why he had Washington. In opening tho House not takencare of his obligation to by physicians during 21 years, and business men looking toward the co- tion showed that n shot had penetrated buy. proved safe .by millions. Take no ordination of all welfare nnd charit- to the heart. The young man had gone debate on the xumlry civil appropriation hill James W. I 'rood. Chairman of The man replied In broken English: chances with substitutes. If you sec able activities of the city, making only to hunt rabbits. the Appropriations Committee, served "Cnn't get the money. She always the Bayer Cross on tablets, you can one big campaign for funds necessary. notice that If he could prevent It "not wake up." take them without fear for Colds, Louisville. T. S. Flckctt. of CincinInvestigation revenled thnt the man Neuralgia, Headache, Rheumatism, Frankfort. The Cumberland Rail- nati, who billed himself as an "organ- 1 penny'' would be appropriated for the Shipping Board. Mr. Good added had a wife who was as thrifty and Lumbago and road Company was refused permisBarache. Toothache, izer," did not spenk In Louisville, be- that his committee felt "that it had to even more ignorant In addition, the for Tain. Handy tin boxes of twelve sion lo dKregrtr! tl:o heparate coach cause the Louisville police wouldn't tablets cost few cents." Druggists also law on the grounds that tho company let him. A plnenrd bearing the words, get behind the Shipping Hoard and estimable lady had caught the true compel it to sell Its plant and equip Amerlcnn spirit had achieved full sell larger packages. Aspirin is the carries few colored passengers nnd ""o Meeting Here Today," met the distrade mark of Hnycr Manufacture of that the carrying of two coaches Is n appointed gaze of many persons who ment." House leaders took up tho big control of her husband, especlnlly In Honoacetlcacidester of Sallcyllcacid. burden under present financial condi visited Odd Fellows' Hall. COO West appropriation bill with the avowed the matter of caring for his surplus purpose of disposing of It as soon a? money. Adr. tions In which It finds Itseif unable to street, expecting to hear FlckTho wife's method of paving was earn revenue sufficient to pay Its ex Walnut on the subject, "The Soviet possible, to make way for other Imctt speak Balky Pegasus. portant supply measures to run the primitive but practical. She changed penses. System of Government." An attendant, perspiring freely from Government through the lUcal year of the money as It accumulated Into sundry trips to the flying field to carry 1H22. The bill contains more than 1,- - ten, fifty, nnd one hundred dollar bills, Louisville. Georgo L. Startln has P. Gray, CO IHXI It Newcastle. Dr. James gas ami oil for the planes, had not decided whether ho will plead fins, and calls for an aggregate and fastened these bills In the sole of uen-erreadied the end of his patience. Each guilty to any or all the 21 Indictments years old, n dentist, ended his life by appropriation or an old shoe, which she carefully laced trip he had been delayed by Inquisi- charging him with forgery and em- shooting himself In the head nt his debate on the measure will be con- on her foot every night and wore to homo here. Roth his wife and mother cluded tive persons who Itomharded him with bezzlement ami its consideration, Item by bed. T moro Uian $'J.V).0(X) were In the house nt the time. Hearfno)li4i Inquestions, Nos. Item, will "lie begun. The husband knew the combination German Savings Kund and jld lady stopped from tha Association. Ho waived ar- ing the shot, they rushed Into a room clusive. Finally an Chairman Good, in the course of the of this Rulldlng snfe, but he never where Dr. Gray had been reading, nud discussion, assalleil him: the provision, could get the shoe unfastened without raignment In Criminal Court and trials found him to be dead, with a revolver "Young man, sfae said, "what do on tho different Indictments were Bet In his hand. Worry over heavy In- which had been rejected by the com- waking his watchful spouse, and of you do when a machine gets up In the for January 24, February 7, 10 nnd vestments In oil, which had resulted In mittee, to give to the Shipping Board course, this led at once to serious difair and runs out of gasoline?" $147,000,000 1G. for the support of the ficulties. She did not understand or losses. Is believed to have been the Kinergency "Confidentially, mn'nm," he replied, "We believe In government bonds as an InFleet Corporation. motive. "that's Just what's happened now. nre not going to appropriate, If I can vestment Consequently her lord and Icxtngton. Beedier Smith, 14, and There's a couple of them stnlled np Curie Smith, 12, nro In Jail at SIcKee, penny for this master could not Invest in these seFrankfort. Dr. John G. South sus- prevent It," he said, "a tliere and we've got to take pis xif Jackson county, Ky on the charge of business, tained serious Injuries when near hero board isthat does mt know lis money, curities. Is. emergency hnlloon to hike them killing Jn the wasting the people's There a deal of human nature their father, Sam Smith, having when the steering gear of an automo- that down." American .Legion Weekly, get nny money it about this little story. And it puts It Is been held without ball for tho nlloged bile that he was driving broke, causing and Ifget going to it out of the. salvage of Its the bankers of that community In murder at their examining trial, ac tiie car to run down an embankment must Garfield Tr, taken regularly, will cor cording to a report reaching here. plant" Representative William B. rather a bad light For they failed both liver and kidney disorders. Adv Evidence Is said to show that the lads Dr. Louis Frank, attending physician, rod says Dr. South's back was wrenched, ltankhend, Alabama, Democrat, asked to reach a family thrifty enough to making It save money, with any education or killed their father wltli n stone, but Youthful Skeptic. and that he was Injured Internally. Dr. If Representative Good was help. They had hare for dinner, nnd very what caused the tragedy has not been South is Fretident of the State Hoard possible for the board to "put off the proudly mother told little Ada that. It disclosed. of Health nnd the husband of Sirs. day of final reckoning as to the prolit Sarah's Idea of Security. had been shot by father. Christine Bradley South, Republican or loss of Its operations." "I don't Ashland. A band of marauders National Committee member. think so," Mr. Good replied. "If you "Really I" said the little angel. "And Sarah and her mother had gone to a had watched the spectacle of man aft- neighbor's for a few days to Liip cook who held It while daddy shot It, held up a C. & O. local freight train It was crossing the Rig Sandy mummy?" Edinburgh Scotsman. Paducah. E. J. Kllpatrlck, McCrack-e- n er man in high position on the Ship- for the thrashers. Sarah had to go bridge between Russell and Hunting County farm agent for the last five ping Board who know nothing about home one morning to do the chores, American politics consists of the ton. Two box care were broken open years, will tender his resignation to the the business In which ho wan engaged but she returned In a surprisingly rolling of logs, the pulling of wires after the train was stopped and the Hoard of County Commissioners to ac- except to know the amount of his sal- short time, very well pleased with hercontents removed. CatletUburg police cept the position of state supervisor ary, you would not be ready to criti- self. and the laying of pipes. recovered 14 boxes of shoes nlotig of county farm agents in Kentucky. cise the committee. "Well, Sary, did yon git through ar the roadbed. It Is nut known what the The state position Is a promotion for "We want them to commence to with the work already?" asked her thieves' obtained. Mr. Kllpatrlck, who Is regarded as one salvage these plants and materials, mother. . "Yes, ma, I milked the cow. pnt the of the most competent farm agents in and they must get to work. They Lexington. William Holbrook, iO, of Kentucky. The state position is said must learn this business or get out of milk away and fed the chickens, and Hunting Creek, Rreathltt county, was to carry an advance In salary. The it. The committee feel that certain then I come right over. I locked the brought to St. Joseph's Hospital here, county board of commissioners will act ships should be sold. It feels that door, too." rufferlng from a bullet found In his upon the matter at once. now Is not the time to take money and "Well, that's n good girl, Sary. What hip. The shooting was tho result of lend It to any Shipping Board concern did yon do with the key?" an argument which occurred after Frankfort. At a meeting of the to build other ships because the money "Hung it on the door knob, ma." Watts had made several purchases at State Railroad Commission, held here, Is likely to be lost." Youth's Companion. 6 Bell-an-s the store owned by Holbrook. Watts, the petition of citizens of Corbln to LJUtik-Hot water zJ require the Western Union Telegraph Ono Among Them. "Friendly Strikes" Urged. OUre Keliet XMvernl shots at Holbrook, who grap Company to maintain an office in that The artist beamed. A lis! tor a Boston, Mass. Charges thnt reprepled with him. city was dismissed with leave to nealthy-lookin- g visitor, too had paid S at any time. The Louisville sentatives of the clothing manufactur- .a visit to his studio. ers In New York City had approached FOR INDIGESTION Henderson. The lifeless body of nnd Nashville Railroad Company Is great man around, Joseph Hagan, SO, farmer and cattle handling mesages from that point. In Sidney Hillman, president of the Amal- heAs ho showed tho the products his fingered lovingly of breeder, was found hanging to a rope the matter of telegraph service for the gamated Clothing Workers, of America, a few months ago with a proposal wain. In a 'tarn on his farm on the Spotts- - citizens of Mt. Vernon, the Louisville 1 "This picture," he said, stopping bevllle 1oad. The grewsome discovery and Nashville Railroad Company, for combinations In that Industry simihis masterpiece, "took me 19 was mffde by his daughter when her through Its attorney, said It was will- lar to those disclosed in the "building fore trust" Inquiry In New York, were made months to paint It was started In father failed to return to the house for ing to let the Western Union Company a garret" dinner. lie went to the barn nt 11 come back Into Its station under the by Mr. Hillman In addressing 2,500 fWeH, well!" o'dock to lxk after some cattle. The same terms that were In effect before members of the organization here. Mr. ('And a hundred thousand wouldn't Hillman said the proposal called for body was ifound an hour later. A it withdrew. "friendly strikes and lockouts," that buy It now." physician vas summoned, but Jo no ed the vlsltort eying the avail. Frankfort. Road work In Kentucky would force a clothing .slwirtagc and masterpiece more closely. "And Vm present will be confined to the make It possible for the manufacturent one of the hundred thousand." Pub- for the Iforget Frankfort.: The new automobile maintenance of state roods and fed- "to bleed the public to the limit." lit hers' Auxiliary. SAM license tax I.xw passed byofthe Legis- eral aid projects. The decision of the lature, the coun Court of Append that counties could Strike May Be Averted. phety clerks to obIle feglstra- - not loan money to the state will. lo How York. Difference between har- ""tm"eteor is a sudden luminous or all , L effect. This Nrrw siKr tion plates, ' bor boatmen and their employers, nomenon, as of a star or bright body S that the county rierk roads except the federal aid and state VtatufsiTrovIf which threatened to develop Into a lnlrapld motion through the air, pro shall have 3 i cents each for issuing projects which are the Ohio River strike, may be settled by arbitration, duced by a small mass of matter per- the tags, but xn another law the 'coun- road, the Dixie Highway, the Midland It was Indicated after state mediators naps rrotn tne ceiestiai spaces trik-Inty clerks aj 1 allowed 5 per cent of Trail, the Jackson Highway and the had Interviewed the air with planetary velocity, opposing parties. the amount f the licenses for issuing Dixie B Line. There Is about ant suffering heating, dissipation, or Captain William J. Maher, representavailable for road purposes, ing Before encountering the them. A t t will be filed to ti. the combustion. AssoMates and the and this amount will have to be ap ciation, Master F. Bnlzell,Fllots' of a earth they travel In their own orbits. validity of .nls provision. head and M. . V knew. dis-plied to the state and federal aid Frankforti The. State Board of projects. The force of field engineers large towing company, were quoted as jiten mean Contrary Statements. be world's Charities and Corrections has appoint- has been reduced by State Highway having said that they were ready to Kmlfh told mo he had a raw drnt" cidney, liver. ed a consultant rtaff of specialists In' Engineer Boggs to two and all survey- have the issues arbitrated. "He complained to me because he Id trouble regard to, diseases, which will visit ing stopped. wu '.oasted. servi the stattr Institutions when their Attempt To Gain Extension Upset Advertising That Didn't Pay. ices are needed. The staff follows: Frankfort Holding that the CenWashington. SDAL Railroads of the counJeweler X. I now have evidence Surgery, Dr. Irvln Abel; medicine. tral Kentucky Natural Gas Company try' will be prohibited buying equipDr. Sidney Meyers; eye. Dr. S. S. Wat-kin- Is llr.ble In damages to A. J. Hum- ment from companies In which they that advertising brings results. His Neighbor How so? neurology, Dr. John Moran; phreys, a florist of Mt. Sterling, for or their ofllcers are Interested, as the Jeweler X. Yesterday evening I ad laboratory, Dr. Stuart Graves; pre- failure to furnish gas to prevent his result of the veto by President Wilquick rriiaf and ofu arara off ventive medldne. Dr. Arthur McCor-mac- k flowers from freezing, the Appellate son of a bill to delay further the 'op- vertised for a night watchman and iadly. diseases. Known as tha national burglars came and urology and syphilis, Dr. Geo, Court handed down the most daring eration of, such a prohibitory pro- cleaned the nightstore. nady of Holland for mora than 200 H. Dayv out the opinion on breach of contract vision In the Clayton nnti-truact ra. All druggists, la three aba. cases in many months. The court said The last of three separate two-yeyak fa tW bum CM MaJal on Us The Egotist Believing that the only that there Is a dearth of authority suspensions of the prohibitory section Henderson. uA acp bo Young Son Father, what is an egoway the farmers can force living covering this Hue of cases, which Is expired. The President In announcprices for their tobacco, corn and entirely new in this state. Humphreys ing his veto through a message to tist? Father An egotist, son, Is a fellow other crops is to hold produce from conducts a florist establishment In Mt the Senate, declared the railroads had who gets stuck on his own point t the market nnd cut out growing to- Sterling. Temperature as high as SO obtained several extensions of time. view. Cartoons Magazine. bacco and half the corn acreage next degrees Is required to prevent the During the year, Is the view of William Elliott, flowers from freezing. Opposite Effect Rowell To Quit Ship Board. tobacco dealer and extensive farmer. winter of 1918 the company failed 'to "Yon say you can give me an According to Elliott, tobacco pur- furnish Humphreys with the required Sacramento, Cal. Chester II. Ro where a cause produces exactchased last year Is now In storage and gas and his flowers froze and were de- well, of Fresno, Cal., who recently was at seaboard In this country awaiting stroyed. He sued for damages of $719, appointed by President Woodrow Wil ly the opposite effect?" "I can." shipment abroad, and in some in- claiming that to be his loss, and the son to be a member of the United "Name It" stances tobacco Is being shipped back lower court dismissed his petition. States Shipping Board, announced that "Rich food and poor health." Bosto this country from England. He said The Appellate Court reversed the lower he soon would give up his work on that ton Evening Transcript tobacco and corn growers will not re- court holding that he has a cause of body to become a member of Califoraction. ceive cost of production this year. MT ALWAYS keep Dr. King'aNew nia's State Railway Commission. Disappointing Father. y Discovery handy. It breaks up Daughter But, papa, Tom Is a man bard, stubborn colds and (tops, Samuel Holsclaw, 17 Louisville. Louisville. One man was Injured Blame Black and Tans. No" fp paroxysms of coughing."good when a street car struck an automobile years old, 421 Central avenue, was London. The report of General you can trust xrmfnl drugs, but just ner Dad Good heaven, girl I what and burled it against two other ma- wounded In the right arm and chest Strickland, In charge of the British ledidne. At your druggists, chines at Fourth street and Broadway. when his shotgun was accidentally military forces, definitely places the I want Is one I can borrow f )c and ?L20 a bottle. Transcript The accident occurred when a number discharged while he was hunting near responsibility for the burning of the of autos had come to a halt at the Brook's Station. He was taken in a Cork City Hall and the group of adjaJ--ar CINCINNATI MARKETS. intersection and the street car follow- passing machine to the City Hospital, cent buildings upon the Black and ing behind had not checked its speed where it was found his Injuries will Tans as reprisal for Republican am Hay and Grain. suffldently to stop. not prove fatal. Holsclaw, according bushes. The Government has the re to his story to hospital attendants, sat port, and although It has not been pubCornr-N- o. 3 white 72I4c. No. 3 MIddlesboro. George Fawbush, 68, down to rest on the edge of a bridge lished. It is known that the rpoit says yellow 77078c, No. 4 mixed C070c, was given a life sentence In the pent - on the Shepherdsvllle road, near Brook that of the Black and Tans who were No. 3 yellow 72G73c. tentlary for killing his stepson, Gabe Station. His loaded shotgun accident sufferers from or friends of victims of Rnunri TTnv Tlmnth'r iu.p tAn S'Wfi Gnlnn, in a pistol duel at Fawbush's ally slipped from his grasp and wai the Dillon's Cross and other ambushes, 28.25, clover mlsel $1023, clover $18 Slabber Bewels TaMed 2o. dlsdiargcd when It struck the ground. started the first of the Cork tires. home here three weeks ago. Leaving the system undeaned, dogged .feowels unmoved, results in health deOats No. 2 white .rilV4.r)2Uc. No. 3 struction. Let the gently stimuli ting Hickman. The grocery store of MIddlesboro. The Jury trying Bruci British To Send Agent wnite 0OQ151C, No. 2 mixed 40o0c. Dr. King's Pills bring to you a regular, SimpCharles Moore was completely de- Hill for the killing of John D. Washington. A representative of Wheat No. red aormal bowd and liver functioning. stroyed by fire. The fire was under son here, three months ago, found the the British Treasury soon will reach red 51.9o1.97, 2 No. 4fl.092.01. No. 3 Same old price, 25c All druggists. ?1.001.94. big headway when discovered and the defendant guilty, and sentenced him, the United States, Secretary David F. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Grips store and contents completely de- to spend two years and a day In the Houston said recently, to continue In t stroyed. The loss of the grocery stock penitentiary. Simpson, at the time ol Washington the discussion of the exButter Whole milk creamery extras 1 11 i superintendent of thi change Into longtime obllgrtlons of the aic; centralized extras 51c; ilrsts 48c, JTJJL1B was about H00. with $250 Insurance the tragedy, wasCompany, near here. on stock and fixtures. Eggs Extra firsts fc, ilrsts G4c, Low Ash Coal demand notes of the BrlMsh Governordinary tirsts 02c. ment held by the Uilted Stnte.s. Paducah. Local police are at work Paducah. Enrollment and attendLive Poultry Broilers, 2 lbs and on the reported theft of $400 In cur- ance In Paducab's public schools an Seven Burn When Fire Destroys Home under 32c, fryers over 2 lbs 2Ce; fowls rency from the government dredge-bo- larger than ever before In the hlstorj Bridgeport, Conn. Seven members 5 lbs and over 29c, under 4 lbs 20c, Indiana, In tow of the U. a S. of the schools, according to a report of one family burned to death when a roosters 10c. Live Stock. Sdoto, which Is docked at the Pa- made by Ralph Yak el, superintendenl fire destroyed their home In Fairtield, ducah wharf. of public schools. a neighboring town. Cattle Steers, good to choice $8 10. fair to good $0.50 8, common to Sea 25c Oat-e- at 2S aa Sit, Tekmai 2St Tatr jiEuwi, neilers, good to choice, Couple Received No Duplicates. Moat Accidents Preventable. straps to be easily adjusted to any Myles Any duplicate things at yont ?80, filr to good $GS. common Industrial accidents killed 3,400 length. Handkerchief linen and triple daughter's wedding? to fair $400, canners $2.5003.50, stock For CROUP, COLDS, persons and seriously Injured 50,000 voile, which Is a silken fabric, vie In . INFLUENZA & PNEUMONIA Styles I think not We have looked ueners tnju. In the state bf Pennsylvania In 1018, popularity as lingerie materials. very carefully over the shoes thrown ftUtfccrt theli fcrrj a u f BruM't Vaywfftfttf Calves' Good to choice $1C17. fair ftilf wetnliwL WUx Croat, laflanxa of according to reports reaching the Many colors are shown In the voile, to good fi.tyit), common nnd largo ihU4cJkt9al win rvtibti wc8 lata and found no two of them mates." United States Public Health Service. some of them are mustard, pale blue, aw carat, ctoc u4 aa&ttU ansa. vUl nam tM 5CJJ12. Yonkers Statesman. Most of such aeddents are prevent- mauve and rose. Piping, ofttn in conSbeep-rGoto choice ?14.50, fair able; many the result of carelessness. trasting colors, hand embroidery and to good idW4, common Sl.505f2.r0: Negative Merit He Has lace are the trimmings in vogn. Safety first lambs good to choice fair VAP0MEN Heck Strength of character, pooh! to good lyj.uugpiusu. Your wife leads you around by the Hogs (Heavy $95010, choice pack Brims Wider at Sides. Buckle Strapa on Underwear. nose. fankni m mt mattf ers ana iDutcners $10. medium siofl) Rather largo formal bats bare Some of ihe new underwear Is liaise tai IU6 at d rt. wnitetnofa. I.WM, rag Peck Well doesn't it take strength $10.25, common to choice heavy fat shown with s buckle strap arrange- brims slightly wider at tna aides tte' of character to stand such treatment sows ?0CT8, light shippers $10.2.i ment which) permits the shoulder fltewhera. 10.W), plgfe (110 lbs and less) $0ri0.rU without complaint? St. Louis Star. Condensed News of Interest From AU Parts of the State al templation, presented himself at the door of the reform school nnd asked admittance, giving as his reason for coining buck that he decided it "wasn't fair to the ofllcers" for him to escupe as ho had done. i..iii.i. ... , ,u!ing con- ToCureaCold in One Day Take LEADS BITTER DRIVE ON SHIPPING BOARD "NOT A PEN-NY- " TO BE GIVEN TO BODY, narry France, sends me My frleni the followlbg- - "Thrift" story which was brought In by one of tho men In the Gabaldon of the Philippines Isauro Gabaldon Is the nam; of the new Philippine Islands resident commissioner who will be on hand at the next session of congress. He hai term. been elected for a three-yea- r He Is a lawyer In Manila and Is an ardent advocate of the lndependence of the Philippines. The Philippines were ceded to the United Stntcs by Spain In 1803. There was a succession of military governors until 1002. General Merrltt General Otis, General MacArthur, General Chaffee. In 1002 the ofilce of military governor was abolished and the Philippine commission became the govIn 1910 congress passed an act resting the legislative authority In the Philippine legislature, composed of senate and house of representatives. There are 24 senators and 90 representatives. This legislature became organized October 10. 1910. The Phil ippine commission thereupon ceased to exist There Is a governor general from "the states" Francis Burton Hnrrlson, salary $20,000, terra of office erning body. Grove's Laxailvm Bromo -- c Quinine fabimta Be sure its Bromo WO The genuine bears this signature 30c. Indefinite. The population of the Philippines Is probably about 10,000,000. At least 300,000 of the Inhabitants of the principal Islands of the archipelago are classed as "uncivilized." The trnde with the United States Is about this: To Philippines, $75,000,000; to United States, $00,000,000. Total of Philippine exports, $150,000,000. The attitude of the Filipinos on independence Is apparently this: "We are grateful for your help to date. But we can take care oi ourselves now. Good-by.- " OLD STANDBY, FOR ACHES AND PAINS Any man or woman who keep Sloan's handy will tell you that same thing those frequently rheumatic twinges. Sloan's Ltni tnent scatters the congestion and ttns-tramlhout ruibint to the afflicted part, soon relieving the ache and pain. Kept Handy and used everywhere for reducing and finally eliminating that pains and aches of lumbago, neuralgia, muscle strain, joint stiffness, sprains, bruises, and the results of exposure. You just hunt from its stimulating, healthy odor that it will do you good I Sloan's Liniment is sold by all dnij-gi- itt 35c, 70c, 1.40. ESPECIALLY counter-irritan- t, Us New Surgeon General of Navy Rear Admiral Edward Rhodes Stltt has succeeded Rear Admiral W. C. Bralsted (retired) as surgeon general of the United Sttaes navy. Doctor Stltt has been the commanding officer of the United States naval medical school since 191G and has held the rank of rear admiral since 1017. He was born at Charlotte, N. C In 18G7. He got his collegiate and medical education In South Carolina, Pennsylvania and England. He entered the navy as an assistant surgeon in 18S9. He has made an enviable record as teacher, lecturer and author. He saw service In the Philippines. Doctor Stltt has specialized In tropical diseases. One of his works. Is "Diagnostics and Treatment of Tropical Diseases" (1914). He Is looked upon as one of the ablest members of the medical corps. Rear Admiral Bralsted, who re tires, has served brilliantly. He was born In Ohio In 1S64. He. has a long string of degrees including: M. D. (Columbia) ; Ph. B. and LLX. (Michigan) ; D. S. (Northwestern) ; F. R. C. S. (Edinburgh). He entered the naval service in 1890. He was an attending physician at the White House during President Roosevelt's administration. He has been decorated by the emperor of Japan and by the president of Venezuela. In 1904 he fitted out and equipped the hospital ship Relief. He represented the medical department in Sloa Liniment Tlt-Blt- Relief RELL-AN- fSa&wPi Must Hire His Own Help. A man who was house hunting discovered the kind of home be wanted. The door was opened by a pretty parlor maid. He asked her some questions nervously, for he was a timid man. Presently, remembering the servant problem, he said: "And are you to be let with the house 7 "No," answered the maid; "If yon please, sir, I am to be let alone." London te It Tsar Te amart or taal sealdad. Bamaa Kya Balaam aDpUed upon coins to b4 la Jut ta talac to raUara t&am. Adr. An Improved Method. An American inventor has devised .1 scheme for lassoing enemy submarines. This Is a decided Improvement on the method of Just sticking a pin Into them as they whizz by. Londcn Punch. Japan during the Russo-Japanes- e war. Hammond and .Wireless Death Complete annihilation of enemy fleets long before they come within gun range of the New York skyscraper skyline, or the fortifications guarding the Golden Gate, .becomes a seeming possibility as a result of recent tests by warships of the navy off the Virginia capes. For these tests a number of battleships were used. There was not a human being on board, yet they were maneuvered hither and thither at will. Thus the battleship Ohio, of 13,000 tons, was steered and managed by wireless-- operators on the battleship Indiana. u The ship has been developed out of the Invention of John Hays Hammond, Jr., son of a noted American engineer. The possibilities of the Idea involved seem limitless. To supplement there 'is wireless control of airplanes, which since the war has been successfully developed. An American a heavy load of explosives and operated without a trip of 100 miles and Janded close to the point It considered to be perhaps the most frightfully deIn point of potentialities, yet produced by human wlreless-controlle- ''No,',-ietuni- It takes Congress to settle a strike, bat an unruly stomach is subdaed by Garfield -Tea. Adr. -' maklntilpty -- g "Has the automobile revolutionized farm life?" "It certainly has," replied Mr." Cobbles, with a sigh. "It has made farm work easier to do, I suppose." "Yes, but harder to get'donei After a hired man has discovered he can travel SO miles an hour In a flivver you can't convince him that driving a tractor bears any resemblance to a Joy ride," Birmingham Age Herald. Smoke Up. "Why do you call your new cigar J-- v the Spark Plug?" "Perfect Ignition." amaBssssa. f it V s, irr ar plane capable of carrying human guide has made a set out to reach. This Is structive war contrivance. Ingenuity. 80 Years Old Now Feels Young After Taking Eatonic for "I had sonr stomach ever since I had the grip and it bothered me bvuy Hare taken Eatonic only a week and am much better. Am80 years old." says Mrs. John HIIL Eatonic quickly relieves sonr stomach. Indigestion, heartburn, bloating and distress after eating because it takes np and carries out the excess acidity and gases which cause most stomach ailments. If yon have "tried everything" and still suffer, do not give np hope. Eatonic has brought relief to tens of thousands like yon. A big txxz costs but a trifle with your druggist's guarantee. Was Sick Sour Stomach ' 'SSaaaB Senator Heflin From Alabama from One difference consists In the fact that he Is 'now functioning In that august body, while all the others except Senator Carter Glass of Virginia, will have to wait until March 4 before taking their seats. The reason Is that he was elected to fill the vacancy caused by the death of the late Senator John H. Bankhead. Senator Heflin has been promoted from the house, where he served eight full, terms and a portion of an unexpired term. He was born at Loulna. Randolph county, Ala, April 9, 18C9. a typical Southerner In man"He ners nnd dress." say most of the Anyway, he is a sketches of him. glass of fashion. He was a mighty champion of the cotton Interests while In the house nnd he ranks President Wilson high among the greatest men of all time. Senator Heller Is n college man and has been admitted to the bar. He served Alabama In various capacities before being elected to the house in 1904. November. 1 ce Senator James Thomas Heflin (portrait herewith) Alabama Isn't Just like the senators elected-In fix H17 cold cotes ancLcaahs from.-Bosto- HEADACHE ? Go to your druggist or dealer and ask for a package of and get relief, with no bad after effects. You can depend upon White Caps. They contain no narcotic or Trial 2 Dr.KingS Nev Digcovery Prampfyoxit 1 prohibitive drags. Sie 10 eta. BBOS. Oil BERT Racaiar Sxa S eta. CO, BaMJmoni, Kd. Boies Penrose's Long Service I Coughing Irritation. tkkUna and art rid of caucsa. colda and boaraencaa at oa-- a by taking la aaaoTtaa and harmful. ReCava thnat Clear Your Skin Girls! Girls!! With Cuticura at od injure t-- During the convention at Chicago Republican leaders used to ask each morning "Is Boles Penrose still allveT' It appears that he Is Very much so. Anyway, his election In November to a fifth consecutive term in the United Slates senate Is considered by' politicians In Washington noteworthy, not only because It enlarges his prestige among the Republicans, but by reason of the fact that It Is a. distinction that has never been conferred upon nny other Pennsylvanlan. In the history of the senate only three men have been elected to as many as six terms of six years each and served continuously William B. Allison of Iowa. Justin S. Morrill of Vermont, and John T. Morgan of Alabama. Pennsylvania formerly made frequent changes In the office of United Only three of the States senator. siaie s senators nave uun a of the body of two complete terms or more Cameron, Quay and : PISO'S STOPS from a Bone Spa via. Ring Besa, Splint, Curb, Side Bone, or similar It acts mildly but qmckly sad goad results are lattiog. Does aet UatW or remove) tha hair aad bono aaa be worked. Page 17 iapaiBfhktwttk L mM A a4fl 1wSTa a troubles and gets hone going soiad. ABSORB INE, JR., the antiseptic fintmrat for mankind, redjees Painful SwdSsga, Sb- Iimdftlrarla-Wm- a Sm.'. VaficeaeVi heals Sores. Allays Pata. WIfl tag yeas uwtajoumiic. I.OSDOQleat daalsn m acanrra. HV.r.TQUW.Ine.. umi qui lis Taatla K. SsrioHsM. 'mt Crans. soma lor 10a Kaasa. HOXSIE'S Tha ataad It eta. 1 CROUP REMEDY muthi freckle; :m3m Nawbttnh. H. T. Vera. ' I 0VlNGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLi., y.w unir VEN HIGH PLACE Intentional yvfTi Horo . Awarded Prv- - C? jets. The Mystary a Q 1 1 Hartley Horn Copyrijht by George H. Donui Co. K I'll build up a small practice. I may go to a small town. I think that would suit me. 1 haven't the temperament fur n city. It is chill." "You have really set yourself back by coming here," she suggested. "Possibly." I ndmltted, "In purely material ways; but I have lived the wonder time of my life here. The sacrifice was cheap." "But It wa a sacrifice?" "In a strictly pragmatic fashion, yes." "You think of It as a sncrlflce?" "I do not I think of It ns my real Be Done, With Proof of W' t Intelligence and Industry, en Good, Land. Low-Prlce- d By CLIFFORD S. RAYMOND Uiuimtea 07 wwin CHAPTER XVII 17 Illy ItEV. P. B. FITZWATEK. D. D., Teacher of English Bible In the Moody Bible Institute of. Chicago.) (CcX LfL.Jli Nwpaper mtentslSPiidDf: CASTORIA For Infants and Children. 1930. Wwatern Union.) Mothers Know That Genuine Gastoria " jaC0H0L-3PKR International Live StoA Chicago was probably the best that has ever been held, and as Is pointed ont by a Canadian newspaper writer, the number and quality of the exhibits Indicated a new milestone on 1 of progress." This year I' "International." The part ia took showed a spirit of fuendlluwi on both sides of the line that was highly pleasing. Six provinces of Canada were represented In Tarylng degrees, and when the handsome share of the prizes that were carried off by our northern neighbors, achieving phenomenal success In rlew of tremendous competition. Is considered, there Is reason to hope that In the minds of these people there will grow an esteem for the International that will be helpful to both countries. Canada won a number of championships, not the least of which was the wwpstakes carried off by Mr. J. C Mitchell, of Dahlnda. Saskatchewan. In this award may be seen an object lesson, going to show that.lt Is not always the man born with a silver spoon In his mouth to whom the greatest degree of success will attach, tt will be interesting to relate that Mr. Mitchell, the recipient of these great honors, came from the manufacturing city of Manchester, England, unacquainted with farming, but with the lure of the land upon htm. Because he had been told of the success that followed the tiller of Uic soil of Western Canada, fifteen years ago he decided to make bis home In Canada, and selected as a homestead the land upon which he grew the wheat that oas, brought him a world's championship. It Is true he had his ups and downs, but be continued and Is now enjoying the fruits of his labor and the experience gained In a 'manner f life that was enjoyable. But he Is still a simple farmer and will continue growing grains that, with the knowledge be possesses, Industry that Is essential, and above all, a soil and pllmate that are favorable, will pern re many more world's championships. Well, then, too, there was born at Stratford. Ontario, a boy named 'Lu cas, cow of man's estate. Although a town boy he always had a desire for arming. Be moved to Alberta to the neighborhood of Cayley. and those who have had no Idea where Cayley is will know now, for Mr. Lucas has placed it "on the map." He had some of his oats at the International, and with 240 competitors against him be took the championship' and sweepstakes. This was a notable achievement. As has been said, when he was a boy he took a liking to farming, but the greatest obstacle In the way of realization of his dreams was the practical impossibility of a man without a large amount of capital purchasing the d farm lands of the settled parts In the neighborhood he lived In. FoweTer, after leaving school be 1020 The show at nnuu 11 LESSON FOR JANUARY 9 JESUS TEACHES FORGIVENESS. CENT, j high-price- ' era Canada. This was his opportunity, and he embraced It. Beginning heard of the law-price- d lands of West- - """IS years Ap of age with 100 acres ol prairie, and with no practical eIiril experience, he has now, by Versevernnce ana inausiry, increasea holdings to nearly L000 acres. Such Is tht-hri- ff history of the man who carried off the championship foi the best grown oats, and It Is also an example that might well be followed by many who are struggling today against the prices received for the high-price- d .to those produce grown on land, oi who, as was the case with Mr.' Lueas, had little means but an abundance ofxenergy and a flood oi ambition. Nowhere are there offered Inducements such as are offered In Western Canada. There were 25 prizes offered in the class for hard spring wheats and 20 of them west to Wsatern Canada, AJvertiet. Women Workers "Make Good." The Women's Industrial League of Great Britain asked 5,000 firms- - for a statement of their experience with women as Industrial workers. Nearly LGOO replies were received from com-- " whose experience had been ? enough for them to retain women "In their employ and In many concerns to Increase the number. Tkratnds Have Kidney Troible and Never Suspect It AppKcfafe for iMwasce Of tea Rejected who been Tery saccettiol in overcoming these condition; Tb raild and healiag it fafaesce of Dr. Kilmer' Swtmp-lloo- t eon realised. It itaade the highest for it remarkable record of ueceas. physician for one of the An prominent Life Insurance Companies, in a interview oa the subject, nude the astonishing statement that one reason why so many applicants for insurance are rejected it because kidney titrable it to eesszaoa to the American people, and the lane ssajerity of those whose application! art declined do not even suspect that they hare the duease. It it on tale at all drag floret in bottle of two sizes, large. BMdiun However, if you with first to teat this rest preparation send ten cents to Dr. jTilww k, Co Bi&ghamton, N. Y., for a tiiiiaJt tntUe. When writing b tor sad .ration this paper Adr. from reports from druxiit art cosstantly in direct touch with the pab&c, there is one preparation that Jedpf ku m ' 1 Tight Skirt la Really Ancient. The modern sheath skirt is the revival of a very ancient fashion. A statuette In the Louvre. Paris, shows an Egyptian queen of from 3,000 to 4,000 years ago In a gown cut low In the neck, with sleeves stopping well short of the elbow, and with a skirt that fits even more closely than the tight skirts of today. Constipation can be cured without drugs Katun' own remedy telected herb b Garfield Teav-A- dv. . "And you ure foolish collection of purt of the Instinct which nourishes pious axioms," said .led. and protects the Infant. When we enme to the tenlteiitlnry "I don't understand you nt all. "re was a lot of mnlevolence n M 'dney"s tone, a tremendous crtrnnee. we encountered Morgan of John," she snld. "Is there any quesa jf hate. Hlchanl Dohson ut- - the Metropolitan agency. He stopped tion In your mind that we ought tn protect my" father's memory nnd my be quivering, qttnverlng little me. t c again and started to run. AS he "You had me fooled," be said. "I mother's pence of mind? You admit goc under way, he thrlekrd. It souud-really thought you didn't know." that even now this man Morgan can "I did not know." I said. wreck the things we hold dearest. like an old woman's shriek. "Mr. Sidney started after him. He "Didn't you!" he exclaimed. "You You admit that a small payment can had that cane you saw hlra take out ore here to see Richard Dobson. I fol- protect these things. You know that of this room. That was the one he lowed my hunch. I have the answer the one tiling of which we have more I know why this man thnn we need Is money, and you adtn the thing. was beaten down with. "I think for a moment he wanted to Sidney never was younger thnn twenty mit that we ure not doing any person kill Illchard. He flourished the flick yenrs. You are here to see Richard any harm by using It to bribe this and yelled. Blchard, being In a fren- Dohson because you are representing man Morgnn." zy of fright, was stronger on his legs Arthur Dohsnn." Of course, I had ta give In, than his brother. He was off Into the "Arthur Dobson Is dend." bush, Mr. Sidney stumbled 'and fell. "I know he Is ns n name; but be CHAPTER XVIII. He got up rather slowly, ns If he were Is olive as Sidney." "Mr. Sidney Is dend." I said. "We Mr. Sidney wns burled by the pool either hurt or us If his strength were leaving htm. I could hear IMchnnl have come here to tell Richard Dob- on a bitter afternoon when the snow son thnt he enn go free. I did not creaked underfoot, nnd the sun. In a shrieking farther off In the bush. "When Mr. Sidney got up, he turned know who Arthur Dobson was until cold blue sky to the southwest above toward the house, and I ran to bent last night." the hills across the river, could hardAs Morgan stood before us on the ly be regarded as a warm and sustainhim here and found you." Jed rocked a while, and I did not Ixmltentlary steps. I thought how true ing star. uy anything. had been my conception of hlra ns The servants were pnll bearers sad "I am decidedly shnken," he raid the lnevltnble. Mr. Sidney had out- ones; and we had the chaplain from after a while. "I was very fond of played fate, but It wns by using the the penitentiary to rend the service lA the room Sir. Sidney had used. The him, nnd I am a uoeless old man, an trump card death. Morgan's face showed some unpleas- sun came In the southwestern winalcoholic of no account except to him, and he Is dead." dows, and the canaries sang. Algol ant lines. "There Is only one thing to do," I "What do you mean, that Sidney Is was afraid of strangers and hid himsaid. "Richard Dobson must be on dead?" he asked. self. Otherwise It wns Mr. Sidney's We bis way to freedom tomorrow. "He tiled Christmas night I read room. shall hare to see to that." We carried the coflln the half-mil-e his diary last night Jed gave It to Jed aroused himself for an instant. me. It Is the one Dravada tried to In the bitter cold to the grave which moralist!" he said. steal. We came here at once to tell had been dug by the pool with matTou tocks through the frozen earth. Mrs. Ton would Interfere with a genial, Richard Dobson." lovable man's magnificent hate Just "Let his brother Arthur tell him. Sidney took my arm. but walked the because he Is dead nnd your scruples Richard Is dead," said Morgan, golnc distance bravely. Isobel went ns If have become important. You ought on ' down the steps. "But I am not she were a clear-eyeSpartan girl acto choke. Let the brute Dick Dobson through with you people. Publicity U cepting life without a quaver or whimper, upon the terms offered. We left rot In prison. It's his desert." Just ns good now ns It was before." He got Into an automobile, and wn the remains of our gracious gentleman "It can't be done. Jed." I sold. "Tomorrow we'll go to Alwlck prison and driven away. there. explain." "Something always happens to these So genial a man could n.ot die. He moral consciences," said Jed savagestill pervaded the house. He hnd imFor me to act without telling Mrs. ly. "Youll learn life some day, young pregnated it Ills death could not deSidney was impossible, and It was al- fellow. Now keep your mouth shut stroy his Influence. Even his room, his death chamber, remained Jovial; most impossible for me to take the Inside here." subject up with her. I saw her only The warden told us that Richard but Algol attached himself to Isobel for a moment, told her that, being ac- Dobson had died the night before. He and could not be pnrted from' her. He quainted with the facts, I thought I hod sustained a great shock the night went to her room that night. Necessity nnd delicacy both sugknew what the conscience of the house he walked out of the penitentiary and was found on Mr Sidney's grounds. gested that I go away for a while the would require. Her world had been destroyed; her The adventure not only overtaxed hlra following morning. It wns necessary light had gone out. She had no pride physically, but It had affected his Im- for me to establish myself In the city. for herself; she shrank from the pos- agination. When the guards found In material ond physical facts of lodgsibility of a hurt to Isobel, but I bad hlra, nfter the message from Hartley ing, and so forth, and delicacy IntimatJudged the conscience of the house house, he was Incoherent and In n fe- ed thnt I wns nn alien In the housecorrectly. hold upon a strangely fictitious standShe would have protected ver. He never regained strength or ra- ing. Mr. bidney against nil the equities and I went away In the early morning, Juktlce In the' world thht was her tionality. He had been quiet at times, But now he but at other times was In delirium. leaving word that 1 would return In a sin in her own esteem. . I came was dead: Justice could be done. When delirious, fie suffered chiefly dny or two to sny 's from the delusion that he had seen back the evening of the second dny. I did not want to act without I his brother's ghost knowing what I wait doing. by automobile from the city. I had hoped she wculd approve of what I lie dlrd slowly and in great misery, been Impelled to go back and bnd sn Intended to do, though I Intended to the warden nId. far resisted the compulsion that I had do it whether she did or not. I had "Now keep your mouth shut, you missed train time. Then the impulse fool," Jed ordered by merely prod reasserted Itself so Irresistibly thnt I to tell the story. "You are right, .John," she said. ding me In the ribs. took an automobile for the Tlje warden wns effected by the ride. "But how magnificent father wasl He was stark Nemesis, the cleanest, neW of Mr. Sidney's death. He re. Jed met me at the door. His corpurest Justice tbere Is!" menibered blm as the pleasant man diality was unforced. It was the dinShe was a bit ecstatic They teach who had called one day. It seemed to ner hour. Jed suggest ud either some young ladles too many generalizations. me that our "visit so shortly after Mr: blcults and sherry In my room or an I thought. There was no rhapsody in Sidney's death, must appear as n thing omelet with mushrooms. Mrs. Sidney, tills; it wns ugly. strangely without purpose to the war- he said, had hcen Spartan, but was In Jed had one more flash of spirit as den, but Jed was so apparently right collapse. Miss Sidney was somewhere we .started for the penitentiary. in asking for silence at this" tlmejthat about be did not know where. "You poor old fool of a I yielded to his prudential course. I did not want anything to eat xorallst!" he said., "Why can't your The right and wrong of the Dobson toward the library. Isobel was Insignificant consdmce be satisfied affair was In the grave. Our depar- sitting there by the fire. -- o without doing a lot of damage tr I hnd .often seen her thus before. It ture from the penitentiary was awk good end? Hang you moralists! You ward, I thought. The warden did not whs one of the familiar pictures I wreck life. Richard Dobson can't re seem to find It so. should remember. There were probaoutside the penitentiary. He has no On the way back Jed presented, vi- bly a lialf dozen others none better money, no way of making any, m ciously, the sharp. edges of our trouble than this. rlaee to go. no friends. You - re go"You have that fellow Morgan to She looked up as I entered. ing to throw him out of his home. deal with," he said. "If you are going "I am glad you are buck, John," she Vou are going to torture him with to be moralistic, you will ruin the lives said. the knowledge that his life was wasted of two ladles who have trusted you. I could think only of a commonin prison when he was a free man In Morgan has to be bought. You are not place. law. You are going to destroy ?"e Sid- doing anyone any hurt now. You are "I did not Intend to disturb you," I ney family." not keeping an Innocent man .In the said. "How Is your mother?" "Richard Dobson saw his 'brother," penitentiary. You are not disturbing "Utterly and happily stupefied," said I said, "that night at tne pool." justice or defeating punishment You Isobel. "Her pain waits for her." "He saw a ghost," asserted Jed. "Or are taking the surest means to the "And yourself?" if be vin't see a ghost, he must went protection of the innocent by bribing "I cant find a tragedy In It," she tay In the penitentiary. If he this man to silence." to said. "I feel n sense of terrible but knew It was his brother, why didn't Of all the obvious .things I mlgh Inevitable loss. I had reconciled myb demand an Inquiry and his have said to this man who for a long self to It. I can't be a sentimental rebtime had terrorized the Sidney house- el against life. His life was happy to They the end. He would hate us If we hold, none seemed pertinent have been imprecations and re- - were morose. Please sit down, John." ' proaches. They would have dealt I did, in a comfortable chair. We with the past He, as If ha had a tooked at the fire, clean slate, was dealing with the fu tomorrow," "I'll be saying good-by- e 1 ture. It did Mrs. Sidney and Isobel I said. no good to tell Jed that he had been "What are you going to do?" n rascal and was unlit tn advise. ' "I have made some arrangements. "If you go to Mrs. Sidney," sa'fl Jed, "she will sacrifice herself an) everybody else. Go to Miss Sldnrr MUST HAVE SURPRISED CZAR nnd tell her that the family must pity He'll .rant Mr. Morgan $20,000. John Randolph Had His Own Ideas ol He'll take twenty. Give It to What to Do When Presented at Russian Court At him In five annual Installments. ' the end of five years he'll be harmless. You and Miss Sidney will have When John Rnndolph. erratic Amerestablished yourselves, and Morgan's ican stntesman from Virginia, was In tory will be a drled-uwalnut." Russia he was about to be presented The proposal was so repulsive Ciat to the czar. Someone undertook to I did not answer Jed. He said a great teach him the presentation etiquette deal more In a great deal of bitter. of the Russian court. As minister he II ess, chiefly against me and what he wns to enter the room and bow; nt conceived to be my moralistic ideas. the center of the room ho was to When we had returned to Hartley pause and bow a second time, after house. Jed said: which the czar would meet him and "Do at least one thing, ask Miss engage him In conversation. But Ran-- flamcir Sidney what she prefers." dolph was Indignant nt the thought I had no right and no Inclination that anyone conld presume to teach to make n decision which concerned him Jinythlng, nnd declared that he Mr. Sidney Started After Him. the family and not me. I did not want knewJ all about It without being dom? Either because be saw a ghost to speak to Mrs. Sidney Jed was shown. or he does not want his freedom. Ton right, her conscience might' permit The day of presentation arrived nnd ran have it either way you want. You only the answer which would expose Rnndolph entered the door of the auare going to force him out of the only the family to consequences. I spoke dience chamber nnd bowed very low; place he has to live, and yrq are go- td Isobel. he advanced to the center, of the room ing to give him the tragedy of knowWe compromised with Morgan. Jed and bowed agnln very deeply. Then again was right .Morgan wanted ing that his life was w.ecked." he approached nearer to the czar, took He took $20,000. "He is a rich man," I said. "Half off one gauntlet nnd threw It to the She had right of the cznr, removed his other Isobel hnd been Insistent. the old Dobson estate s his. All of it his. His brother was legally and Is been Impatient of any suggestion that gauntlet nnd enst It to the left of the now actually dead" there could be anything immoral or cznr. Next he pitched off his hat ih You are a worse man than I wns." dangerous In such compromising. Fem- front, threw off his mantle, unbuckled u.ld Jed. "I never Interfered with Mr. inine morals are selfishly protective his sword and discarded it upon the Sdney's scheme of punishment Vou of things near and dear. A general- floor and then fell upon his knees at are trying to. His scheme was Just." ized Immorality. ' nn unembodled Im- the feet of the czar. Tho court wns "What's the use of this debate)- - 1 morality, Is tp women unimportant. It speechless and the czar astonished. "Yon ore morally Incapa- Is less than unimportant; It Is Impos- - However, the czar was equal to the exclaimed. Bible; it does not exist This Is a occasion, so he approached the pros ble of right doing." Continued. d copy-book d good-byeIso-belcopy-book and-we- their trespasses, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. Matt. 6:14. ItEFKItENCE MATERIAL Matt l$:15-:Luke 17:3, 4; Eptu 4: St C: LESSON TEXT Matt. 1821sB. GOLDEN TEXT If ye forgive AHeiflMcIVcparahon6risi men Un$theStom4cisaMBaUtfi - :U-1- 4; 01. 3:12-1TOPIO-Forgiv- Always Bears the Signature of lng PRIMARY One Another. JUNIOR TOPIC Learning- - to Forgive, INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC Forgiving and Forgiven. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC Forgiveness: Its Meaning and Scop. aecrfataessandrtottoti neither Oplam, Mineral. yoTKAnCOTIC, im In this lesson we have divine Instructions as to our behavior In case of 1. Peter's Question (1. 21). This question, "How often shall my brother sin against me and I forgive him?" probably was occasioned by the III treatment which Peter was then receiving at the hands of his fellow disciples. Christ's confession of Peter brought him Into the limelight The question of the disciples (18:1) "Who Is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?" shows that there was some Jealousy of Peter among the disciples nnd In 2. r -- C Qntfl Use lOSS OF SLEEP For Over 1 jaxCwttcnCosMa afS Thirty Years "You Presume That I Am Not In Love With You." The rest of my existence will be the sacrifice." "You nre n simple sort of a person. John." "I presume so. I have no reason to life. think otherwise." "Where did you get your Ideas of women. John?" "I have no Ideas of women. I am not" presumptuous or. In that fashion, egotistic." "Yes, you nre." she said. "I don't think you ore right In say. ,lnp "You nre presumptuous about me." "I am not!" I exclaimed in hurt pride. "You nre." she snld. "You presume that I ntn not In love with you." (THE END). WANTED TO thnt." consequent contention among them. From the Lord's teaching as to the efforts to bring about reconciliation In case of offenses between brother and brother He knew thnt it would require the exercise of the spirit of forgiveness. Peter disposed to be gracious Inquires "Till seven times?" showing his readiness to forgive his brother not three times, but twice three times and a little over. II. Jesus' Answer (v. 22). The Lord's answer was an astonishing revelation to Peter. He said "Not until seven times, but until seventy times seven." This shows that our willingness to forgive should be limitless. III. The Two Creditor (w. This parable of the two creditors Illustrates His principles of forgiveness. L The gracious creditor (w! ). The king In this parable represents God, and the servant who Is greatly in debt represents the slnner nny sinner, every sinner, you and me. W were hopelessly In debt to God. Jen thousand talents are equal to some twelve millions of dollars. To meet: this obligation would be an utter impossibility. This man's plea for time, promising to pay all, much resembles our vain Imaginings that we can pay our debt to God, that by our future good works we can atone for our past most grlveous sins. By the Justice of God's law we were hopelessly condemned; by the grace ofGod we were freely pardoned. 23-35- ). 23-2723-35- CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. Solemn Occasion. nnd Stlmpson had been the ccnTAua con Fin r, sew rx errr. Simpson great friends In the earlier years of their lives, but not so very long ago Stlmpson took to himself a wife and nay Simpson proposed to follow the noble lead. The approach of Simpson's trial er triumph grew near. On the mor row he Intended to propose to the lovely lady, but, first of all, he had decided to have a little chat with his old friend Stlmpson. "Were you all nerves when you pro--1 ....... t,n .tn.li. inf. asked, the spliced. Stlmpson sighed. "I wasn't." he admitted. "But If I could have foreseen the future I should have been 1" ) Banner Lye is easy to use othsr It 8 Is packsd so safttr sad er Is so eeoaomlesl not a bit wisud. No other lye or sosp elesns and dlstafeets so c astir sad thoroughly as Banner Lj- - It tys. Odorltss and colorless; Is not the rrestsst cleanser and disinfectant the world has ever known. Usa It for deanlns yonr kitchen, csllar. sinks. dlry. xnUk.pana sad bottles, for softsnlnr water, and the labor of washlnr and eleanlnr will be cut tn eBOA-halt snd sstss money besides. A csa ot Basnet Lye. IH pounds of kitchen crease, tsn minutes' easy work (no boUlnsT or larg-- ksttlss). and yon hare 10 pounds ot best hard soss or it rallona of soft soas. Hall's Medicine Banner lye Is sold br your croeer er Those who are in a 'run down" condi- drusslsts. Write to as for tree booklet. tion will notice that Catarrh bother "Tses ot Banner Ire.1 them much more than when they are tn The Fenn Chemical Works rMlststnhls CTA good health. This fact proves that while Catarrh Is a local disease. It is greatly Influenced by constitutional condition. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE U a Tonic and Blood Purifier, and acts through the blood upon the mucous surfaces of si the body, thus reducing the Inflammation and restorinr normal conditions. Wear our soft adjustAll druggists. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo. Ohio. able socket: Cannot Zto j bxajcks puzua X Catarrh I Don't Suffer With Wooden Leg "GO IT ALONE" Many (Years Aqo Missouri Declared Her Ambition to Become an Republic. Missouri once hnd Intention of set- -' nn independent repuhllc If. The Session nets, slat I, 0 contnln n the congress of the United Stn' '.tlve to the Santa Fe trade. Tt of nn expedition of trndert to : Fe In 1812 from St. Louis, thou it Is not specifically stnted that they .;nt over the Santa Fe trail. Thf-- enrly Session nets of the Mis-soglslntnre. stnrtlng In 182t. con-tn- l my Interesting resolutions nnd jiIk to congress on nil mnnner in 01 ltlcnl nnd historical subject. Incllentnlly the Missouri constitution of lS20 stnrts with the preamble that the pltlzens of the state agree to form nnd (establish a free and Independent republic by the name of the state of Missouri. Missouri wns one of the pivotal states In the history of this country. It was made such tn the ancient fight In congress over the slnvery question which took up the admission of free nnd slave states nnd considered the balance thereof In congress. Missouri was also a pivotal state In yet another and larger sense she wns th' jumplng-of- f place for that wild and unknown country called the WIld West the land west of the Missouri river She made the midway point between the frontiersmen of Kentucky and those of the grent plains, occupying a generation of history herself as a frontier commonwealth. 18.TS-18.1tf" 2. The cruel creditor (w. This man who was forgiven so much found a man who owed him a small sum about fifteen or seventeen dollars. He shut his ears to the man's entreaty to be patient with him, flew at his throat and cruelly put him into Jail. The great mercy shown him did not touch his l)eart so he refused to be merciful. Being set free from so great u debt, as our sins against God. we should make God's act of unlimited forgiveness toward us the standard of unlimited forgiveness toward others. In dealing with others we should always .keep these considerations before us: (1) We ourselves need it nnd do every day continue to need the forgiveness of God. With all our Imperfections and positive sins we need the continued mercy of God. When we pray, "Forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors," let us be sure that we have put away ail thought pf sin held against others. To pray that prayer otherwise Is an abomination. (2) That there Is a dny of Judgment coming and at that day we shall be treated as wo treat others. No mercy will be shown to those who have not shown mercy. Force cf Kabit "I nln't ett enough since 'way along last spring to keep a chicken alive, chafe. Catalog free. Forster-Trenhe- it sknrcely' miserably moaned Anstln Aklnsldc, who Is afOIcted with chronic dyspepsllonuaclty. "And what little TT3 do manage to eat distresses me like all fury. My heart ain't working exactly right, and I have spells of pal- C. aw mess for UrmaT S07 Central Air Cmdzn&O. SALESMEN " pitation, shortness of breath, anr "Uh huh 1" absent-mindedlt y Our West Virgini- - Grown canr".sing outfit FRSK. .ursery Stock. Fine Commluioa Paid WesU gf THE GOLD NUr Mason City.. ' turned the proprietor of the It Place store In Petunia. "Anything e today?" Kansatt City Star. Watch Cutlcura Improve Your On rising, and retiring gently tbe fnee with' Cutlcura Olr Wash olf Ointment tn hte ii with Cutlcura Soap and hot wate Is wonderful sometimes what CutK will do for poor complexions, dandu" Itching and red rough bands. Adv.l OBWeiBss)jaBssaaanaWecs May' Revolutionize, Consul Hitch, at ?. land, reports an lnv dent of that city wh, wHI revolutionize th of making Imitation ventor states that I invention, which Is' fro The heart, then, of this lesson Is that God's gracious act toward us should be the standard of our actions toward others, and that we must exercise the same spirit of forgiveness toward our fellowmen if we would continue to enjoy God's forgiveness. The proof that we are God's children Is that we manifest the spirit of God. "Be ye therefore perfect even as your Father which 13 In heaven is perfect" to an 'ordinary Level he can produce the' j Spellbound. width of the mart "Why don't you go on writing my breadths from one Inc speech?" said the orator. full width of the mnct Is "I am spellbound," replle nets. Thus a machine typist. could be made to produX "Has my eloquence such an efft of one Inch, or fifty ot "Yes, sir. I never worked fot so uu. iwu sets ot jutTjuin man who used so many words I can one operating the warp thre: spell." Boston Transcript the other bobbin threads.J Indigestion produces dlsacreeable snd sometimes slsrmlnc symptoms. Wrlsht's Indian Vetttsble Pills stimulate the disc. Ure processes to function naturally. Adv. (Matt 5:48). His Method. "Why do you encourage your boy ti send his verses to the magazines? D you want him to be a poet?" "No; merely want him to get the conceit knocked out of them." Added Fuel to Fire. She (furious) I have no words' to my contempt for you. calm) Well, I've got to run Suppose yon the grocery. ..uo the dictionary while I'm gone. 1 oa. fsm 2V Pink, I Emulate David. A Judge was annoyed by sneering remarks from a conceited lawyer. After one such outburst some one asked him why he did not come down strong on the fellow? The Judge looked hard at his questioner, as if to give emphasis to his story, as he said: "Up In our town there lives a dog which, when the moon shines, goes out on the steps end barks and barks away at the moon all night, but the moon keeps on shining." There Is sound philosophy In the story. After all, why should we suffer ourselves to be put out by abuse slinging Shlmels? Emulate David, and pass on with calm, patient heroic a good conscience, a spirit at peace with every man. It is the stamp of the great soul. self-contr- "Speaking of the pink of condU Mlon " The first lunacy laws In England "Zes?" were made In the reign of Edward III. "All girls nre wearing It." ME t -- 9&1-00- trate Randolph, required him to rise nnd engaged him In conversation. But the reception did not meet Randolph's expectations, and within a month he left Russia In considerable of a buff at what be deemed mistreatment nt the hands of the czar. Value of Snakes. Most people have a decided shrinking from snakes, which Is not to be wondered at In tropical countries, where their bite is venomous and often fatal. Bui the grass snnke ought not to be confounded with the rattlers, cobras or pythons. It Is as harmless to humanity ns a frog and a good deal N'o greater enemy to more useful. bugs Is In existence. And slugs are among the most hurtful of garden nnd field pests. They keep down the numbers nlso of such other pests ns mice, shrews nnd other small rodents. But as slug destroyers they deserve to be cherished rather thnn mnssncred at sight, which Is their 'lsunl fate. A "PIb" In the Bed. Many words lu everyday use have quite another meaning In remote corners of the country. An auction Is a dirty or untidy pluce; and soma rustics, when unwell, tell you that they feel "comlcnl." A pig or piggy Is bottle hence the story of tho traveler who returned to civilisation with n tnle thnt In Northumberland the people slept with a pig In tin bed for warmth, London Kxpress. 11 hnt-wnt- Kill That Cold With CASCARA FOR p Ktf QUININE AMD Colds, Coughs La Gripr , . Neglected Colds ore Dasgerous Taka no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for(th Breaks up a cold in 24 hours Relieve" Grippe In 3 days Excellent for Headad Quinine In this form does not affect the head Case; Laxative No Opiate in Hill's. , Thank God Every Morning. Thank God every morning when yon get up that you have something to dq thnt day which must be done whether you like it or not. Being forced to work nnd forced to do your best will breed in you temperance, diligence, strength of will, content, and a hundred virtues which the Idle never know. Charles Klngsley. self-contr- ALL DRUGGISTS SI $50.-00- jfj ,1 in God's Voice. It hushes one's heart with a gentle awe to go out early in the morning after n clear night, when air and flower and leaf are fragrant with an Indescribable freshness, aid to listen to God's voice saying "I will be as the dew unto Israel." He is speaking to the hearts of all His people, to your heart and mine. mm vjil-stt'w- r they encouraged them to ko wh" own save payin2 rent ar could reach prosperity ard land similar to that to 45 bushel of t are helping their husbands, Fertile Lan Farm G& 1 Bank Saved by Telegraph a conse-juentl- Reputation for Correctness of the tins dny had closed and ihe balance aid "The way to run this countr was not correct there being a deficit Bank of EngUnd Maintained by se. Kn owl tall, "is to put thorough of a hundred poun-lsterling. It was Clerk's Suggestion. capable, alert and honest men on not the money but the error thnt must trel of affairs." be found, and for the officers and "Tej," answered Miss Keen, v ,rn In the days when the electric tele- clerks there could ha no sleep until w to lo there's only one graph wao a new Idea, and what are y the. mystery was cleared. of you." a mystery to the masses, The following morning a clerk sugi ' :here wns trouble ne evening tn the gested thnt the error might havp oc- jna. .. iiinmf itfor weaiuj l Bank of England The business for curred In packing for shipment to the T Irony. West Indies some boxes of specie that hnd been sent to Southampton to be placed oh the vessel Slercator. The clerk's suggestion was acted upun. Here wns nn opportunity to test the powers of the telegraph lightning versus steam, with steam having forty-eighours' stnrt Very soon the telegraph asked a man In Southampton: "Has Mercator sailed?" "Just weighing In" came the "Stop her In thei Queen's na fin shed back the telegraph. "She stopped," was the response. The Difficulty. "Have on deck certnln boxes (marks "What's the matter, George? Can't given), weigh them carefully and telegraph result," was the next message you make up your mind to quit smok"Oh, I can make up my mind all These Instructions were obeyed, and one box was found to be some- right Jerry, and I can quit smoking, thing like n pound ten ounces heavier but I can't do both at the same time. than the others Jnrt the weight of In 1930. the missing sovereigns. Aviator (on way to court) But, offi"All right. Let the ship go," wns he Inst message. Tho West Indies cer. 1 was only doing CO miles an hour? Do you cnll that speeding? nso nnd the Bank of England reAero Cop Who snld anything about sed Into Its customary routine'. speeding? You were delaying the trafVrw York - from ihe bank. ing?" Canada have raised cost of their land. r homes, and all the cc 1 opportunities veniences oft ForBhntrmi finnopiMrt snd Afeerta? Department Good climate. scnoois. rural are sources of , W. S. REV Brian Sla fic! Cartoons Magazine. ' .ft r?yiiy inn." .L... :i - . i " V --5 4 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK! UWINUSVILLE, -Published Weekly, KY. - 'IS W 0. Tanlac Did K. Good She Nov., Sent Relatives In .England ' ..YT't.. Grove, 'Ay 1 Entered according to act of jCou gTc&s, at the Owingsville, Ky., Post-offic- e matter. as second-clas- s "It w just wonderful how quickly subscription THE OUTLOOK'S Tanlac works in building up one run rates are an follows: il .. $1.50 down and suffering sis I was" One Year . ....... 75c. Mir-- Anna Siegwortli, 11. V. U. No. Six Months .................... . .... 45e. 32, Bnrbcrton, Ohio. Three Months . "Nervous indigestion had almost E. D. THOMPSON, made a wreck of me before I rcall." -Kentucky, j kncw. itt n,i I was in a bad condi- Cwinnsvllle. v TIIUHSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1921. , Kion when I began taking Tanlac j fot of the troubles that go with n bad stomach attacked me and m.tdc c STEPSTtlNEI Jnid but little de- fw- - R.,th firnns wnr.1 ,ue miserable I nn.v,ime fur fow1' nml that her brother Rollic Evnn, of '.v would 'turn o sick at the table WadcV Mill, was married to Miss! u. Frances Stephens on Dec. 22 and id nave to leave "What liUle I ate caused trouble they will inn;e theirhome this year in my tomach and hurt ie all over. with the lattcr's jwrcnts this yenr. Sometimes I felt like I was loaded W wisJi them a happy life. down with lead, and had Mich bad Mis Eliia Mnxey r.nd ML--s Ruth mothering sjells I'd have to gap kErnns visited Mrs. Prudic Bum, at Vir breath. 1 tried lota of medicine Mt. the past week. and just kept on going from bad to . .XIis Funnic May Cassity is vworse. isiting friends at Lexington. "Finally mother prevailed on me bc--poorly Mrs. Clay Jones has take Tanlac, und then very o:i jpthc past- - week. all my troubles were over. It provc-- l IIo Thompson i- visiting his to be the very medioine I needed, Ben'Tho'mpson'iih'd wife." and helped me right from tiie cr - Richard Carpe-tand wife went I've tinished my fifth bottle now. to Mt. Sterling Sunday to ee the have gained back eleven pounds of formcrV brother Ed, who 3s very my lost weight, and fed even hette poorly with tuberculosis. Uum when I was sixteen. Wm. Nichols and Tamily left here "Tanlac is a grand medicine, and for Ohio Friday where they will I'm glad to tell others what it has make their borne. done for me. I've just bought two Misses Emma, Lucille and Alma bottles to send to relatives in EngClay Jones, of Mt. Steriing, spent land" . the past wcckMicrc with their grand Tanlac is sold in Owingsville by 'mother Mrs. Sjie Jones. T. M. Perry & Co; in SalP Lick by Mrs. Frank Brown, who has been be KiuiU Drug store; in Sharpsburg poorly for sJome time, seems to be by CW. Peters; in Reynoldsville by improving now. A. G. Shrout; at Craigs, R. F. D. Luther Bittengcr and Clyde Brown from Owingsville by Lewi McKin-neattended a dance at Will Ellington' adr. nt Winchester Saturday night. .Little Lahdson Price of WinchesF.0HGE HILL.. ter, tjss visiting JnV fcrBnfinwtlWr Ms Mrj?,, JJCclfi ,State:Di.aiH ' Sue Jones.itf ' Virginiat oX!fieeled(patT'A-isit'ilpt!i- . News tor-bet n here o .famiij;. of QfcW.tBekhec,'laHt. wetlty ithdeai bf 'LesKe" CampDeU" Sue Douglas Rawling, ofc this plnle, toMnjurie received in a train wreck and Miss Ada Grubbs, of New York, He was taken at Columbus OLi. were married Dec. 23 at the h ni! oi t6 a hospital' and b'nly lived a short the bride's wister in New York' City. Leslie toad nntnj friends . time. Mr. R&wlings is a capable, ind death, io learn of young man and .his wife is an lie lived 'at tKs' place many years accomplished lady, a Red fcnd'left' here, several 'years ago and Cross nurse who cad IS months &er Went? to "Russell, Ky., to make his vice, overseas. tome: At the time of Ins death he G. W. Barber has been quite sick teas working in Ohio. He is survived 'f r several weeks. by life parents- Joe Campbell and vVrthur Barber and wife, of wife, one brother Oharles, and one itijbvillc, spent the New Year holi- sister Miss Eva,' aH of Russell. .dayS with the. famjly of Jack JL"ce. Mr. VT. MiUcnry Is &itihg Charlie Mack at Olytnpka this week: MOORE'S FERRY mas Duff Aaoeen poorly 'the Delayed. . Veok. The oil well that is bVing ilrilftil on 13' V .ar r J Archie Otto' place .onerhalf mile Jurl'Sthll sd from Polksville is down "about 'J0 t'iafet wek. feci and some oil has n strnck. io'f 'Preston. Oil was struck at a depth? ij( about Mrs. CO feet.. ' .v.. Veek commit T. F. Razor is on the sJck list and ay mornirg e been atue to get out for a the stairw.iy. week. f I "obertRazor has been perjy but fnstantancoui- ;cicr now. stl ' - '"hero are. sseveral' cases of whoop- t coftm a 1 ' J jt. cougli here. y'vrak p'Win' K. wish, every reader of the Out- 'wife'-whwar a tappy Christmas and New itne s are thankful thtit wo have on,';, HSa,3 maJ,y friend, j j , bles)sedt witn good health and Spdhy iff thfaiiuly.' xteVd rait&ert "during Uicci ipjeiy, iwa s ! n -i ipa-rtii- ts 'y. ' -Te-jcit O'-vl-. o the (nix and in indus- Ia good fi Sandy. at .Pino We fis r I S SALE No. 515, "7 The Louisville L A ul .hecution near Lexirgi wih them a long and prosperous life. 0. P. Clark, of Wichcster, veiled fliends here Sunday. Mrs. Foy Swartz and children left Sunday to visit friends in Mt. Sterling and Winchester this week. Mrs. W. It. Jackson was in Ashland on business last week. W. B. Swartz, of Gallagher, W. Va., was the guest of his parents George Swartz and wife. Mrs. Press Blevins and daughters visited friends near Preston Friday. Mrs. W. It. Jackson left Sundav for Lexington to her school nftei spending the holidays at liome. finis liicvins and wile are visiting the letter's parents Job i and wife'nojr Preston. Virgil Jones, of ML Sterling, visit- fnends here lat week, lie is toe' Brack Jones, of Texas, visited i friends brre last week. He is the on of W. E. Jones, of near Pine Grove. This L his fint.trip in .,17 Sat-tcrfie- ld directed to me, which issued from the Clerk's office of the Bath Circuit Court in favor of James M. Richards against Thomas Corbin, I or one of my deputies will on MONDAY, JANUARY 10, 1921, COURIER-JOURNA- ieast.Haa Come: "One Good Thin Out of Russia" -- x.anred Wheat" By H. M. CAMHELL,' Leavenworth, Kan One good thing at least has come out of Russia that is, rvanrtl wheat. Half a'million acres in this country were planted with the prediction that at least of the hard wheat acreage in Kansas large tracts in Oklahoma, Texa. Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado sw! South Dakota will be planted with the new variety of seed this year. The red rust, dreaded enemy of the farmer, and for that matter 't'w fear of everybody else who ea's bread, as deadly in its effect upon Hi territory it touches asTvas the devastation once worked by the grasshopirj is averted by the fortunate lliscovery of this Russian wheat, which is impervious to the rust. Not only does jmean 'he end of the menace, but Kanred has other splendid qualities. It is one 'of the hardiest wheats known and yet its yield averages) firs bushels to the acre more than other varieties. Think what it means o the world to have the greatest and most common food of mankind increased to that extent. Among other things, it means an addition fq t'ie world's wealth of an amount that in the ultimata analysis would be hard to estimate, perhaps enough eventually to pay for tho World war. , No longer does tha farmer look askance at the college "feller." Thnt individual has paid for his education a million times over, for it was iie who evolved the new wheat, developed it through tedious espcrimeiit-tio- n from a single head brought to this country from Russia fourteen' years ago. one-four- th 5 The Great Paper of the" Southland The Courier-Journis ably edited; it is sane and dignified in its handling of the news; it is fearless yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be found the champion of clean al al ..' between the hours, of 12 o'clock M. and 2 o'clock p. m. at the Court House door in Owingsville, county ot Bath, Kentucky, expose to public nl The Coureir-Journsurnasses all its comnetitors in enuinmment for getting the news of the day, because it has not only the Asso-sal- e to the highest and best bidder ciated Press dispatches but the full wire service of the New York the following property (or so much 'Times In addition it maintains staff correspondents at Frankfort . c,f. and Washington. ii,pw.f ,.nC(: n,v to-w- it: I year. LOCUST GROOVE VTiurey nnd son Lu eicn, of Owingsville, visited here rcek. Mrs. W. T. Jones and familj, of Mrs. Nannie Iat Cyntbiana. visited her father and :ister here Uio past week. Misses Mabel, Iraogene and Ruby Tiitton visited relatives at Sage Valley and Mrs. Nellie Iledrick near Wyomng from Friday until Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. James t Hopkins, of Lexington, visited relatives here the past week. Miss Paris Ilcndrix spent several days the past week at Omer Rogers. Mr. nnd Mrs. Willie nendrix and 'jWfte' "Annic''Mar0also visitei theri SALT LICK RK' CkoV'Sarsti'Faattrr'tWWftmK rial'atNorris1 gravayard Jan. 1st. Mrs. Joh&'Sorrrll dieil at her home near Polksville on Jan.. 1st Banal Sunday at "Hodrick's. ITjTtlJGbldy's child ak d o hooping cough and was buried" 'at 'GdyrgravejTird.- Miss Jeoaje. Norvejlturned from GncinhativftniSunda.-- - m Eev. E.1- - E. Dawtwn preached at Shonnonvil.last Sunday. ei with jjood attend-'ays- 'ld r yiiAimt irHst;ancgoiei.iHtd thtft- - Mr. and if&tytfter Crouch and Tamily vistte relatives, near Tunnel! , , uui me past. wecK. Herman. Whitton .visjted relatives nt'Sngc Valley Saturday night and ner with same and '"Hardin at 10; ' nr. For immediate itri-- e ly exjreu or I. ' LJ Sunday. thence N. 29 4 E. 131.3G poles to Hgpj" pmt. m:l cr I'hpce your ordeii to stake at 11, corner with Donaldsor, Al. ROLPH, Rawleigh Man SLATE VALLEY and-lo- t No: 0; thence N. 71 4 W Miss Marie Manley' returned Wed-- ; 07.04 poles to marked ash tree at 12, OWINGSVILLEj 'KY. nesday from a visit with her grand corner with' Lot 6; thence N. 46 4 mother Mrs. Ann Stone in Mt. Ster Wi 92.56 poles to angle of stoiic ling. fence at 13, corner with lots 2 nni Sam Conyers visited the family ot 5; thence S. 65 2 W. 20.84 pole: Pete Hart nc-"- Preston Saturday to angle of fence at 14, corner with NOTICE night. Mrs. Hurt hns been ill with Lot BILIOUS CHILDREN N. 53 4 W. 19 pole 2; thence by law, the undersign-,c- d pneumonia but is some better. to point in center of stone fence at hereby gives notice, that G. A. Long in Successful Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Warren, ot 15, corner with lot 2;' thence 'with rumbqclras. filed a petition in tlit Use, Praised by an Arkansas Frankfort; visited Mr. and Mrs, center of pike Nv 70 V. 10.S4 Qounty Court, to erect a gate aero Mother, "Soon Decs Chris Garner last week. t!! ,.!-- , .A w r..l ir rt'ln iJiiii:i the- cminly road known ns Miss Jennie Pierce Coyle enter . Its Work." 4 N. W.:22.C0 pblcsTo 10, point from fcho Wyoming tained a number of young folk's Wed Ark; Speaking of Marmaduke. in center of pike 'opposite' "a" ' flood .piko to the W. 0. Jackson farm. rhedford's which from nesday night with a party. gate; thence'erossirig th6 creek S. 45 Anyone objgnfing to the gatc on rhi.s long use In her household has become ' John Robinson gave the "the to 20; a jJoint in stone road will appear nnd, .show cause regarded . asRTJHIH, family medrcine." i oC Route 1, this Mrs. i Man? folks a party Wednesday nighl. fence a corner with lot 2' in Sorrel't' hwhy same should not be erected, be- - Dlace. ears: Mrs. Carl Manley and Mrs. Lee "When thejchjldren get MHous,. I line.thcnce S. 44 4 E. 25 polos'to' h fortthe-Jtrdgtrgfve'them a' couple of Boozr doses, arid the' CouMy'-'CrWf- t Beadle visited Mrs. Roll Manley at '4Y ,21, corner with same; thence S. when uve..sour stomach, headache, Owingsville Saturday. or. any Jlver or!, storclich, troublp; wo lv4 Ej 10 polos to 23, corner use It 13 an easy laxa Miss Lottie Bailey entertained tive, and soon does, the work. I cr-'samefHhcnCe'S. 1 W. 3.76 poles id ANDY J. ,10 several young folks Christmas" eight. talnly think It Is one ot the.. best .rem'21; thehefe' S 524-- E 35.50 pole's i Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Snedegar and JiUvanty Head Engineer for path edies made." acts on the Jaded 'honey locilfet dt 25" thence S 40 W Mrs. Sarah Bailey visited Robert liver, gently, but. positively, and helps ounUi Kv. .113.26 jtoleS to beginning c'dhtaining It In its Important function ot throw1 Bailey iind wife at Owingsville 139.81 ing; out waste materials and poisons acres. Said levy' is made WH1- Sell ;my home jiod loffri'Ovr-iiivill- b, Christmas Day. irom me pysicnu subject to the dower right of Mrs . In thousands bt "households' "Black-DranzKy., at jiubio auction Miss Margaret Manley returned is kent handy for Immediate Aiiie joruin,- wiaow oi w. it. uorum. lOy'10'21. Lot contains 2 iise in time of need. Prompt treatment 'Saturday from' a visit to her brother This the 16th. day of December,' barn .and water, on nftpn la half thn hattlfc and will 'ofUnpteveat'illsht;!!!? tpsla eojingi " ambr.-'Snl- o talccs place at 5 p. nr. io- serious trouuifys. i rv j ton k. . iuu ' uDESSA n.;thE, fcrefanses . J Its' J C I. CoutyTKentu'eky"'''" U Vi ff Sffe'riff ri tiawiey overman sold his crop ol I --..!i n:of BathuOU ,. .. . I. : f:.' 'Hi .'.Uit '' i I r Ht5ViJLLBK.nwHnninnE. fcj . 1-I.:-!- .-, isfy the amount of plaintiff's debt, ' No Kentucky Home is complete without it Fom inUirl and .costs) tlwusand,piie,.Juindred twenty nine By special arrangement we are enabled to offer THE DAJLY COURIER-JOUUNALANTHE OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK 0 and dollars with inlenM Both one year. by mail for only S5.75. thereon at 0 per cent per annum This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions but from October 4th, 1920, to day ot only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee and Indiana. New nle and $21.15 which are the costs subscriptions may, if desired start at a later date, and renewals together with Sheriffs commission. will date from the expiration of the present ones. If an eve-inAll the right title and interest ot paper is preferred you may substitute the Louisville Times said Thomas Corbin in the dowei tor the Courier-Journa- l. Bring or send your subscriptions to the Outlook Office. lands of his mother Allic Corbin, wi dow of J. 11. Corbin, which land ly inS in Bath eounty Kentucky nbounded and described as follows: Lot. No. 1 in the division of J. It. Corbin's land, allotted to Mrs. Allje Corbin, widow of J. R. Corbin as hei dower in his land. Said division and allotment being shown in Settle ment Book 17j page 390 of the Bath County Court Records nnd described as- follows:- - Beginning'at a set stoni. 'OR at figure 1 on pint in John Dickens' tliaf tired, out den: line, thence S. 57 2 E. 14.24 poles jp qne has in. the Spricctime or when you are easily to point hi drain at. figure 2 a cornel falifucd and feci Generally rundown,c there is nothing , Dickensp-thenc- e quite so ncipnu as a ccog tome. with E. 8. 36 .ao.o poics'to 'ngure j, a point in - MUVOSEN (Rawleigh's) is a splendid Spring Tonic and.tcrajivc. the. north side of turnpike, a cornel Among other, valuable medicinal .elements with same: thence S. C3 W. 26.28 it contains iron. It will be found. hJpiad . j poles to a.Htone in south side ol jjlllj ia waking up the appclstt; Rating pure, rich tunrpike corner to same; thence N. LlooJ and strenslhening'thc muscles. 'Acts 76 3,4, E. 13 poles 1o a stone in fts a tonic Helps create ecw vijor. north. side of turnpike at 5, a cornel Clean Out Body Poisons with same and Manlcy; thence S. .For ridding the syileai of Winter's cc- 60 4 E. 12 poles to stone on south emulation cf ir.ptir.'Jes an.lcycrcomlc, 'side oi 'pike, corner with same, at 7 hat v rundown", fjcl Rawkit's .JTxne..-- ! '.ricr, cf Cod Liver Cil "lueuce o. in cj. -- i puies io o, Mon comer with same; thence' 5'67 Ej :3Q poles to a stone at 9, corner witli 5 rv-vv-Ji n?ry rate. Ttjt fcea c t..e.r ne: .. .'-- .' 'at: same; thence S. '46 4 El''potcs I lt.ju i ivLIL. o 'Stone on fhb'east'side of pike cor :!.- - i ...j i 5 f'li.'lJ'J 2(i-10D pr T-1-3-- 4' redrt America's Musical Taste Improved by Perfection of the Phonograph, By MISS ZELMA LAWRENCE, . of Birmingham, Ala. 1 1-- ir:.'jiTiiisK 'tw r 1 j America's taste in music has improved greatly in the past decat?r. and American audieneis continue to show more and more app'reciatinn'pf the higher clas music. 1 have played in many of the larger western and southern cities in the past ten years and have noticed a gradually increasing interest in the classics. Much of this increased interest .in better-musi- . can be traced to the perfection of the phonograph. The newer instrument of all makes furnish selections by the leading artists of the day, xnd 'the children begin, almost from infancy, to hear the voices of Carusqlelba. i, Ponselle and other famous, singers, the violins ofnElman .and Knbelik, the piano selections of Paderewski, in my opinion the' greote of them all, and even the. famous band selections of Pryor, Sou'sa anil others. All this tends '4o; ingrain In the child a taste for the better class of $fe Cnnteraet$d o.spnjejefffictsby the lighter Jiuwbcr b be'so'decpIv finKetlJf of good imusic tiniBlofrtodavthe-lov- e witt that the nest generation of Americans will have far more appreciation of .present and I fraufclrzcredrt'this inCTEaa5drijrersst.to music than-th- e what is popularly termed as canned kXnusic,! that of the various 'phono- GlaUi-Curc- i's qflfiifc :&-Ww- cj -- 1-- 1-- mR 'J. 3-- g 'rt LSJft i-lfs- 4, Playing Mother and FafAerifHiBfo2J!i -- 1-- - 1-- Black-Draug- 1-- 4' :. "Clove-'Hoad''leadin- 43-1-- Black-Draugh- t, . - 3-- df .Black-Draugh- t. Black-Draug- 1 -- - . Mon-afJSa- h. hcrcs-.Ti'ithjj'oo- d - v-- .... J This Is a common sight tiertnr,atiirl!r'athfe'rtnr eIStJt?ay2R,aWfe?"C In . Fl - -- v?.v; aSvpwA. Vwft?"" " -- V'. ''" Sjty? V,V'' iyCIVvVr'.. '"t-iiinV:"trVV""-- .V1 .''' vV; ,1. Draught for liver, and 'stomachy T,: v SOME H0GS1 " today, .and at lr. Ij. Joho' anJ' family of Ow- - S.1. Get a Morehead:" Monday- - to TesumeH Ethel Cornwell and liUle mgs'v.Ue, spen. .'Jntiirdny, night . Miss ,V H. Haydin,5o',UJ!l?4 Siniij', Iteepj Jt in your houso. the"Sje that Krllef t'oHiu-l- t has. It Is to aid such waifs as thise that the and Jhr.it stndjes. : .Avords, fthe package beam brother-Edwarof Mt. Sterling; been formed by merging the reHef 'activities of tl Anifrl-aUMtf AUnilitf- .Sun-li- j with t'a'-i- r daughier Mr- - A "Thedford's 4 JV. nhildxf Jas, Flora's has been killed three hogs Jast, tstratlon, the American Red Cross, the American I'liMuK SrTli-- JVimVilf" friends Saturday and Sunday. B. JoLes and family. weighed" 014 pounds ea,tir.,T3rey'',we' (Quaksrs), the Federal Council of that Churches if Oirtxt In Amnj.ru, tlm. t rorydlLj'.-has returned to his . Paul. Hunter Mr. and Jlrs. Turner Andeson, son Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, tbt; Knights of Colmulnis. th YU-- CLA.I 15 Jnppths od and' thne'Miidi.nie Emery- - Anderson j uf Wyoming 4" - " cows md&jio, little per- - and the T. W. C A. "A few jHeaj ' school a Morehead after spending Herbert and Mrs. 'iiu li.; , au. visited relative) her Saturday, night nianent nnrra. to a aairy nera nut a tne Holidays with fas parents 4. B. children spent Ch . : :' i r o.-- - 1:" ... i iv .Door sire will do untold damage. One .! Gilbert Kinqey-ha- s beenvishiag Hunter and wife. thousand pounds of milk per year.ls Mr. and Mrs.''j'. B. Jones in Ow- -. AN APPEAL TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE i relative in Bath;;Connty. n conservative estimate of the Improve lis. Chas. Curry and children, of incsville. j acksimtn ment of the dawiters production to CbasjP.rice 'and Sterling. Walton r Leon, vstted her aunt Mrs. i. K Odd G'udgefl and family spenf Pen Aroi:wetfwJl.doTgen-a'Pbpcksniithihg- , .credit ofn jmoil sire." Prof. W. 2. pjj wero'.at AlaysviHo.-last.'wcewith to- -' T University of'IHInols. Vson. Billion children la Eastern and Central Enrope haft Three and one-haSaturday night and Sunday with ibacco. all ;kin.d of wood Frarer, . ,.;, i ,l . a alternative t disaster between now and next harvest except American aid?' trry Staton, "of CatlettsburgJ Geo. Gudgell and wifj oq Prickly wpairinjr: uto worEjjguch as)-pgoFor months these most helpless sufferers In the track of war have Christian Erideavor is to be or' vacaticijh '' is the guest of his 'parents Med Ash. HubiWrimns R'.specialityv to American feeding-station- s only If tragically undernourished , ami ganized here Wednesday-- ' hight. Aidecb?k(n of Appeal have received Aaerlcaa medical aid only If desperately threatened iin visited alon and wife,, Dr. H. S. Gilmore and family, Mr. thifdreh to frsm dlseas: rBirc9. futjtles CTiiry.jGinter and wife left Sunday and Mrs. Frank' Jones, Albert JpneU Q0LFAX . ... a RtffVjrnrschool to a.ycar xn&- - children, of lor Ashland to mnke their Winter la closing down. The money of many nations Is Tlueles-iutldt- l futuw and fahuly spent Monday with T. L Willie. Atchison,- of Hoopeston, 111.; their own boundaries. Economic and crop conditions make famine, with Us. mantauioncc of the child. Vicar's with home. , TJi&yDopartmeht Jones nnd family in Owingsville. of Acridulturfr terrible train of. diseases, a certain visitor nntlj next, harre'su 'lpevttably the: ' Misstf, visited his sister, Mrs. E. T. Davis ,,4jf Preston, helpless children will suffer most. No child can. grow to, health and sanity oa Obert Gamer and family visited , : Inst.week.-the pitlfnl makeshifts, for food with which mlUlonv' of European adults mustt R, was guesfcuef JKericausln Mis 31r..and. Ann, t , ' . $32JW271P00 ooni Mak-- , ... nn . George ..GiJJaspic n nt J .tikrttear at content themselves this winter. It Is obvious that tha remedy can come only V; r over4uuu,uu ourrei J. " g''are . :vr ... A-- ' Valetta Jactsoiv herclast'week. 'Kiddyflle, Montgomery county, 4 last, from outside. 'spending he holidays in; Ohio Mrs. P. P, Itujhnrdson continues week. America saved 6,000,000 European children winter before last. Normal fc.. :aiid Besxio Hunt, ' very yoorly. ii" ii ri r t. ..... rmv i i i iuiii'mx.t r v i Women voters of Kentuclcy fonn recuperation cut the need nearly In half last year, bat unusual conditions have George Bennett bought, four heiflie.iDavis jand Fred.Kisjsickf'vfre in during- the twelvemonth just' resulted in stunt shrinkage of child Swartz, of Pratt, W. Va., ers from H., O. Swetnam for $125. league at amect past. The response of Amerlcn mustdestitution whether 3)00,000 Qtja. '"Maysvlle. and,t Ajerdeoh .F,riday. now decide of thes fs wsiting his borther Clell Sawrtz Elee Metcalfe and family .spent has end:, .ing it Lexington last week. charges. In acute distress, shall begin to be turned away la January from Hi D. and; JohaiEitiJl,, were home' md- - wife. any urns, hospitals, clinics and fcedlng-statlon- s year'tf 'serjee" Tn the more thiin 17,1-0efl hk Saturday night and Sunday with .1. dependent ' from Eliav3h. pn. Christmas. ' iiiwer.'IIpuse, on American - S,tF Penix and wife, of Farmers, no tragedy la history so sweeping or There W. Snedegar and family at .Sai Bori, Friday to Jacob Warner so destructive support. who ennwould be no evil. tnbliiiag io jiey, Miss;-Lendeserve of those Rjckrell. entertained a vjoitfl his- - parents Mr. and' Mrs.. Y. Lick." record for. lengtir Of srvic Iij CoH1 nnd wife, of the westond of town, v number, ot iner inenos', witn musicThe undersigned organizations, working imong every race and creed W. Penix.' . .greJ-si -n son. many engaged also In other forms of relief; agree unanimously that the. "ednesday night. A nice time is re.u Clay. Hart and family were in GRANGE CITY plight of these helpless children should have complete priority in overseas ported i? 2Iorahead several days last week.An infant child of Ben 3Iaze nnd charity until the situation is met. This Is an Issue without politics andk Rigddn Ratliff went to Covington Secretarj' Housfon t6ld .the Senate without lines. There be no danger of pauperization, for the vdin'KeUy and wife went to Thursday to visit relatives nnd from jNeil Davis, closed her school at committee having the niatteri in. cpn-- v wife, of Plat Creek, died and was $23,000,000religiouschild food, and can Si 0,000,000 for the for medical service that we Su'ddletown Isat Wednesday to make there he expected to go to Lexington Wyoming andis home again.," buried at Polksville Saturday. seek, will relieve only the critical cat.es. The medical supplies. 6"conrs.' ' KHlcralioB that . the must be on unqualified gift, but for every American dollar used In heir future home. ".-.'- : to resume his studies at Tlransyl-vani- a soldieci' bonus .bill, would the governments and communities ailed furn'sh two dollars In tb Catarrh Cannot Be Cared oore and wife, of Ash- RaA VTea to University. ' form of transportation, rent, labor, clerical help, cash contributions and such " With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as thB t Born,, January 2nd the ' zor and wife, nee Nora Ityers, a food supplies as are locally obtainable. Mrs. Sallie Willeroy remains quiie cannot reach local teat of the dlseaa difisitcds'his -- parent Wm. -- Moore Catarrh la a diieaie, greatly inSunday. fluenced by constitutional conditions, and poorly. . son; Adrian Myers. . America has nor failed in the past in great heartedness. She hns'nevrr' Up to Tuesday .morning onlj; 340 In, order to cure, t. you must take an ." had a more poignant, mil than this. Contributions should be turned over n; Steriing, was Rev: Dan Murphy expects to Internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medi'.V. automobile licenses had, Jiecn .issued cine Is taken Internally and 'acts thru the local committees which are now being formed for this national collection, -the blood on the tha preach here the third Saturday .system. Hill's mucous surfaces ot was bv tho.cpunty clerk;. There aro be or sent to Franklin K. Lane, Treasurer, Guaranty Trust Cot, New York City. Catarrh HeJJclne, " prpscnoea rjy one or the best physicians -Mt- Sterling, will night and Sunday of each " month, al- In thl country tor years, Jt( Is com- - tween 700;amP500. a'utornoWles :" Saturday and Suu- - so one Sunday afternoon besides Poeki or some oh the' best tonics known, tha pounty. -r EUROPEAN RELIEF COUNCIL V' romblned vlth some iof the .best blood DENTIST amnnera. Htrbart Hoover. Chairman- -' third Sunday. nic oerffct combination of Franklin K. Lan. Treasurer v .: me ingredients In IlaU'a natarrh MaW ft OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY ' what products such wonderful TLBlevins is visttini- - ber-l' Miss Manila Call, of Lexington, cine Is In Comprising: Walktir 'irorsenfdh and .Earl Tbonip results catarrhal conditions Send for A"T."K!l'J,,f1.m.mla,rat,on' b7 Ed" FetleriU Council of Churches of ht,n,t . i 'Be-tti. Blevins f, and spent the holidays Tvifh relatives testimonials, free. CO.. Props.. Toledo. ( on now" ?tf tw 6 cars and are xt is prepared to do all kinds of P. J. CHENEY & J" Brown ' B.i cZO. by Livingston ,'V- All DniKRlsts. 7Sc. ' v' ram here this week. here.1 vour service, bothnight nnd day, to dental work in satisfactory manflail's Family Pills tor constlpatlob. "fte"y- - aupreme Knight Amortcna Fronds' Service Committee ix and Miss Itaiy ny C. V. Robert Philips, Osborne Kiasick ner. Give him a. c?H in the iviua..'si, oy itutus it. Jones. Chair- any place. man t Jiaclottsu'Commlttea .Hlbbard. Inter--- J ..... . . i. . r.i.. .... i were marriid in ilorv and Jas. CoiiiW returned to M. N. .. OUT LOOK" SI. 50 KcR YEAR. apprecia ' ilux-oatBrest-LltovsKu-h-d, vis--tin . "week--t3iatBlack-Draught1 1.lf 1 benr-admitteby-dea- th - rrrrr'-tr- r : i jr r etiecto.- feeding station supported throuch warkers found 10,000 children, mostly war orphans, (uiiru Iq aft Jtwtsl7ntHer ore Siuriit-IJiovse4'BXufeviy'''' brethur from ai'lxiwl Poltnd today, eight '"A ellldrifn baby'brothers n a sters. Thlfj photojraph. t, rhow-iiVi- l hot aoup funcl. The 'rWlrf or1 Jnl-ecure- d 'or tf pay-.flO- Lena-William- Jfr, T'.' 3iy"""ua - Clj',d-Divi- I SA. longrelsinmrnnnon n. 1 . - V . - . f child-feedin- ' ' . Bne -- . oMt. -- 'A -- v'"f n Dr. J. W. Lester, K", ' ELLIOTT BUILDING. 1 . 2 (i0flEJEKi " i