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Owingsville outlook: March 24, 1921 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1921 owi1921032401_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: March 24, 1921 Owingsville outlook T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK VOLUME XLII OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1921. iC V NUMBER 36. 4 MA Clarence Power was in Morchcail Friday and Saturday. Will soli our present stock Millers' Mr. and Mrs. l'eese Wells were ii Creek Coal sit cost. Phelps & Stmie. Lexington Monday. See Steele & Xext Sunday, Maivh 27, will Easter. lc PERSONAL Crooks for fieM seeds. There are more tlian a hundred altthiirizcd deputy sheriffs of Perrv Rev. and Mr.s. '. I,. Wilson spent Tuesday iu Winchester. Coleman were in HOUSES BURN. The duelling house of .lohii Mim ley on the Shiirpshtirg pike, about miles from town, was totally destroyed by lire together with all its contents Monday afternoon. The tire stalled iu the roof from a de COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION ORGANIZED The Bath County Board of Education elected last November, met in CREAM, CREAM t Elliott and sou .Momlav. Huden ountv. fflce. Roy .loliuson, of Fleiningsbiirg pent the week end with friends here Cudgell and Miss Su were in Lexington ' The residence owned and occupied by Vice ltrothcis. hardware men, of Mrs. .1. L. Ewing has returned I'clhcl was burned to the ground I have just received a supply of from a visit to Mrs. Reese Owing Monday afternoon. Most of the furat Ml. Sterling. Pnitt'.x l'otiltry Foo.l. niture was saved but was badly dam HEKSK WELLS. "fJa-i- . A. Dowel, ftFlf!iiing!tirg. wns u aged. The tire originated from a dehi- - uncle ("has. Atchison Saliir-la- y guest of fective Hue and was under such head and Sundii). NOTICE Miss Ruth Denton spent the week way when discovered that the flumes Cash must accompany copy for end with Miss Nellie Donoliew at could not be checked with the means candidates announcements. at hand. The loss is said to be about Peeled Oak. l,(!(MI, pait ally lovered by insurIt it-- announce! shut a special sesMrs. .1. .1. Xeshitt is visiting ln-- i sion of Congress will be called to daughter Mrs. W. P. Strader at ance. convene April 4. Lexington. THE MINSTREL SHOWS Mrs. Ashtou Thomas, of HuntingThe American Legion Minstrels FOR SALE ton, visited her mother Mrs. S. V which showed here Wednesday night wagon with Due tirt class .lohnsou last week. of last week, gave their entertain-uen- t hay frame. Mrs. Ella Hnrer has returned at Sharps'iurg Friday night & CO. J. It. MlOTHKIl a visit to her sister .Mrs. Sallii and at Salt Lick Saturday night. 15 request of numerous people the The Outlook prints candidate's l!r. ther at Mt. Sterling. e w'th s mi; change of j r cards and fence Arthur Marklaud, of Winchester, signs. Let us have vour order now. is visiting his grand parents Nathan rrai" w..s repeated here M':id:. i" lit, the redut e I p;ii ' ringing (. 11 Marklaud and wife. St. Patrick's day was celebrated froiil a full house. With the exception e' Rev. .1. K Wilhoit lias moved Owingsville hv one man- "wearing. '.sr-s- Sincla'r. Wri"M and Lc Mt. Sterling to a farm near Kendall greew." '.Up dire tors, this show was compos Spring. 1 I crthcly of llie hoy and girls ' Mr. and Mrs. Win. Atchison will this town your country produce to us and vicinity, wis fr. make their home with their daughter gave - d pet the highest market price. their time to provote the inljr S, Mrs. Roger Ammennnu. STEELE & CROOKS Legion. csts of Monday. pcr-f.mi.- i" Mrs. II. '. mere are sun Mime garden seeds san hichards for l'riv distribution at the Outlook The loss is estimated at J,.'(I(I. There was .t!(HI insurance ;i the building ami .flOO on the furniture in the Hurst Home Co. Mr. .Mauley will rei lit It his house as soon as possible. Hue. fective the office of the County Siiperinlen bnf mi M.ircli Titlt mill iii'rfi'f'fcil their organization, according to the new school law. After the oath of office had been administered by County Clerk Cole Barnes, the Board begun its organization. 'Dr. .T. K. Wells was elected chairman and B. The A. Shrouft. viite chairman. County Superintendent is secretary and treasurer of the Board by virtue of his office. The following standing committees were appointed: Finance P. P. Richardson. B. A. Shrout and J. K. Wells. Building and. Repairs C. W. Bris-toB. A. Shrout and J. K. Wells. Supplies Oiner Rogers, C. W. Bristow and P. P. Richardson. Employment of Teachers Oiner Rogers, P. P. Richardson and J. K. Wells. CREAM STATION Wo w ill open a cream station on March 31 for Swift & Co. at the iiooso YV oils grocery store, Main street Owingsville. Wo will test every day and will pay the highest possible prices. Come and give lis a trial. Order Repairs Now and Get Genuine I H C Repairs for International Machines, We Sell the Genuine Why Take Chances With Any Others? ED THOMAS Manager and Operator. J. R. Brother & Co, of Owingsville, say: yONEY njr Grievance B. A. Shrout, J. K. Wells and P. P. Richardson. Regular meeting dates were designated as follows: Last Saturday in Mnrih, First Saturday in April, First Saturday in May, Second Saturday in .Tune, September, October, November, December and February. The Board meets on the first Jronday in January of each year for organization purposes. R. W. Kineaid was unaniiaously clecfed County Superintendent for a ,'erni of four years, beginning January. 1022. The Second Saturday in June was designated as the meeting at wlrcb teachers will be elected for tha eom-itischool year. Until applicants have taken the Mav examination and received their certificates, Bath Co. ill not have enough competent tern hers to teach her schools. The postponement of the election of the '"til June will cnnhV the ir The De Laval puts money in the bank especUll Butto-fa- o E. L. & r . o BYKON KY. m the bint. is the End piece of farm equipment. cream separator. true of tat ol Il It A.T. 19 the most raluable product ol t the farm. Twice a day, eiery day in the year, grarity skimming or a poorly constructfood. d ed separator wastes this OWINGSVILLE, A De Laral Cream Separator stop tti las rf prof. It supplies the extra money thit needed fcr current expenses, isiptore-mer-Js about the farm, or for the purchase of i:w stock. is Farm Machine Headquarters U l m,.ls i.u - SI aXmi rump nnfr the American Mrs. Fold Patterson spent t'-has passed pact wei K ith her mother Mrs. Alice land the davs are somewhat longer Perry, mi Mt. Sterling. .... :lu. ill me luguia. Mrs. Sam Gill, of Perry, Mo.,, is will repair your wat h the guest of Mrs. J. R. Ammermuu J. A. Power clock, grnphophone and spectacles, and Mrs. Win. Atchison. cheaper than elsewhere. Route No. 1. Mrs. J. T. Rolph and so'i J.irics visited their son and brother E.nl Sunday the thermometer registerRolph in Mt. Sterling Monday. ed 80 degrees above zero, hut MonClay Byron, of Catfettsburg. day night it was almost cold enough a few days the past .week" for frost. ;j:ureiits Mr. and Mrs.' e More Asn 2.50O.0OO De Larals are tq d'jy tie throughout the world. Theao D: Lava! owners rpresent the most progrts-ti- -e and most piorpeous farroen ia CTtry ccuntry ar.J locality. GLOBE FERTILIZER casn only: t The venial equinox For 1921 we offer Globe Fertilizers delivered al Preston, and for 1921 PRICE The i)wingsil!e Hih School baseball lea have organised their team th's season. The outlook is li.u fir a w iiiiiii? team t'i's sea on. T! followi'i; games have already I ce s. lieduled: Mt. Sterling City Scbo at Mt. Sterling, April 1; Carlisle at Oivingsville, April 8; Fleniingshurg at Flemingsbupg, April 15; Mt. Sterling Citv School at Owingsville, April A De Lvral Gesm j 'r rfMey in fairc more lb-- : Separator will malt and pul profitable,- tor fcr ycii 1 t Veiacta l Dj Lm.l on Kk fir U M r W'ry It, CtltM m an J UlL iooraer r or later y ois . i-vi- il buy a insider all appliear'. Carlisle at Carlisle, to select from fitted ,tiluef.- fad the 'system it to improve rurcl school conditions' juid to give to tli ieople 'the service to which they ri5' entitled. By fixing regular i.iceting lates. those who wish to come lie- fore the Board will know just when to do so. Matter of complaint, etc, an he adjusted through the commit tees without calling the entire board. -- S r ' i t T' Ll i :Mih3"Eilcn tsilfon 4vs - Irs?5 I1 I a Ton Globe Wheat and Corn Grower 42.35 a Ton Globe Standard Tobacco 44.55 a Ton Globe Soluble Manure 50.32 a Ton You can see the big differene- - in nrice over Jast season, " '":in. paying cash get your fertil'order with us and we will a " Preston.--,vcos- t of deij! i at S38.0O -2 -5 Globe Wheat and Corn Special - Iihb visit-- V descripion. B. B. aunt Mrs. Mag Glqver at Mt Howard, Champaign, Illinois. . ling. ' ' jiTlii'lrt'sideni-C'o- f Wm. Atdhison ilrn. T. S. RarnrN and trs! FOR SALE w Brother have. returned from a visit on High.iliect wns sold at nh tion " On almost new 3 2 inch Mitchell Yn?tn(imt harness. 2. to Mrs. Leslie MeCormick at Lex- Saturday . .Rul ert Bristow of tlm county lijiymp il for 8,000. Beside.-ington. SHROUT, PIPER .& SHROUT a good .'.w'l';ii; there is-- nboul ten 'Misss Howard, o Louisville, was SIIEEHAX & PERKINS, Painters here Monday in the interest of in- aires of laud attached to this p av, r.id PnpwiianpersL Interior ami Ex- - terdenominational Sunday school and is regarded as the cite ape-i- l I praperty sold in OwingsvilW i,r tri-- r iUfirutors. We tnke orders work. time. Mr. Bristow will move J some r, of several liiu-s- . for Mis. Keltic liellc Arnold, who at t his new property soon ami will (tt't our prict-- s on coal, lumber, tends State University at Lexingtor it"'.'.. Ii s fanid lti.iki his future ho.ni.-!.came home Wednesday to stay unti Jvi.i; s. iili". lime and cement before buying. Right after Easter. prices and prompt delivery. MRS. MALVINA LEWISNf Mrs. .1. B. Goodpaster was culled THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO Mrs. Malvina Lewis, ntreu 84 to Louisville last week on account oT Col. &wiod( Hamilton, Collector of, the, serious illness of her nephew, years, died at her home at Salt Lick Thursday, following a stroke of parInternal Revenue, says Kentucky Johnso:-- . Clancv. alysis. Mrs. Lewis was the ridw I. i inn i i i 'iih (mie iiu.t:s .litis i . paid s'f,utfu,U"ii Frecland Dicken and wife have of Dr. IL H. Lewis, deceased and vea- - tin State paul ?).- - IV vcar. Last uoved from their home at Bethel ! was a widely-know- n and highly the home of Mrs. Dickens' father, ted womalt She is survived by Robt. Shields, of this place, daughters Mis. J. L. McCoy, of near 1 have returned the Jackson & Es- v 5 ill ilvery stable and will engage in Carl Rolph, of Shaqisburg, anil this town; Mrs. Luther Cassity and J trl and egg business and Earl Rolph, of Jit. Sterling, with Mrs. S. C. Alexander, of Salt Lick. the highest cash price for their families were guests of tliwir The burial was at the home grave pay jltry and eggs. Will begin re parents J. T. Rolph and wife Sun yard Friday. day. iving .Marcu VJ. The Owingsville High School will CHAS. WEBSTER. John Tipton and wife, of Mt. S.ter entertainment Wednesday 'ling, accompanied by their son Hord ii'VPllilii- Mnreli 30li at the Citv .CARD OF THANKS Tipton and wife were guests of their Kchool Auditorium. Will have two Wc earnestly dwiire to express our sister and aunt Mrs. Lou Picrat: plays, splendid musie and everything ninny thanks to our neighbors and Sunday. to entertain. The proceeds of this friends for their kindness and as W. R. Wells has gone to nliospital entertainment is for the benefit of distance during the short illness a'ld for examination. Mr. Wells was iu the school athletics and to help the at the death of our dear mother. Uncle Sam's service in the World ast' ball team equip themselves for THE CHILDREN, war and claims compensation for playing. We will appreciate the as ED & TOM SMOOT, injuries sustained by reason of ill- sistancc of all who will respond in YNLEY, MRS. RILEY ness. the interest of our boys and girls, MRS. CLARENCE BEAGLE. C. P. MARTIN, Snpt. L. E. Weddle, who married Mis;-Give price and irjm a several-day- s' ...' 0C'sation I DlIJID!Ml ! : ir' I V- QA Mix j on a&ouiiT. ,'n. 1-- Saturday. April .2d, - Wiill-pajic- i rc-sp- -- ' 1 LidaRolph of this place has soli' PUBLIC AUCTION his business iu Ashland and be and The household elfccts, livcstoi k. Spct'ial meeting ot liatli Ixidge his wife will make their homo with No. 55 P. & A. M. Monday night, Mr. Wcddlc's mother in Mason coun- poultry and other i.i. idct.iis .Mrs. II. II. Lewis, deceased, will be March 28, 1921 at 7:00 o'clock p. ty, on account of the death of offered for sale at public auction on m. Dedication of the new lodge father who died a week or so ago the preni'scs at room and work in M. M. degree. while making a short trip in his auBANQUET SALT LICK, KENTUCKY tomobile. SATURDAY, MARCH 26th, 1921 Every member urged to be presat I o'clock ent. LOST: Between Horseman's store Also several shares Salt Lick JNO. R. AMMERMAN, M. M. i:d Owingsville, nuto chain. Please 3ank stock. A. T. BYRON, S: fy. leave at Outlook office and oblige. Terms: cash. J. A. POWER. Sentinel-Democrlooking bnck-wa-- .l It. NOTICE , . at "srJknQf 25 years: Best Grade Shoes SiO. Judge John E. Cdojier badly i Wc nre selling all our i.t'at grade ' jurcd n lorehead when he fell whi! Xtitlcton Shoes and Oxfords at $1'1 dlifjhtiiig fro-- the train. f.OODPASTER & CO. O C; Bowles of Pikeville, ot Hoa." . the best known men in Easter; Clark Ramey, of Bethel neighbor- Kentucky, died suddenly March 10, i hood, nihl Miss Daisy Picratt, of 189C. W. H. Seott prominent citizei oC'Mt. Sterling, were married .Thursday, I liarrli 17. The couple mil make Owing die commits suicide ak their home near Sharpsburg. Owings house, March 12. n GEO B. DONALDSON George 1TV Donaldson died al at Bethel Saturday, March 1!) vf the inlirmitics of age. Mr. Don hi.-ho- ' . n aldson was a citizen and was of the large family of that of this county. He was 73 year Id anil is survived by his wife aipl .ntii'.'rs John, of Bourbon eoantv. rud James nnd Fletcher, of tils Burial af IMhcl cem'-t.jrcount well-knowtia-n- I MRS. SALLIE SM00T Mrs. Sallie Smoot, widow of Ma-io- n Smoot, deceased died Wednei-laMarch 10 of heart trouble. She lived only a short time after htrconi- e ng ill! She was 02 years old and on was born October 11, 1S.VJ. 1 She had four living , children,. Ed, and Tom Smoot, Mrs. Riley Mau million Darin'? 1!120 thiity-on- e ley, all of this county, "and Mrs. tons of coal were produced iu Ken- Clarence. Beagle, of Middlctown, O. mmm-Wj- U'i nv r. tuda .She had several sisters and broth -ers and a mother and a host ol friends to mourn her loss. She was laid to rest by the side of her bus hand who died several years ago. Rev. R. L. Bailey, of Owingsville, ' ' For sale by conducted the funeral services at & PERKINS, SIIEEHAX me nome oi ner son.ivi smoot. sue I Owingsville, Kv. was a good mrisiian woman and a kind, loving mother and will be - -- This contmct made and entered into by and between J. W. & Clark Lane, greatly missed by l.or mi'tiv 'ieiid-Counties May Lend Money to State. parties of the first part, and Shrout. Piper & Shrout, parties of the second and neighbors. Our loss will ho rendered at FrankIn a dei part, witnesses: The parties of the first pan. have sold to the part.es of the I leaven.- - gain C o.i'.i ib'ii pi'. second part the following described property, viz. mo motor hearse, the purfort last- - week the Court of Appeals chase price to be therefor is three thousand dollars;the other rolling stock sold decided an issue uliiih will ba by the parties of the first part to the parties of the second part consists of. Mcves From Bath Counly effect oa hi ;luva work r a broad two hearses formerly owned by.JackS' n& Esti'l, one undertaking two-horMr. Yell Burns, ol' Hath c iu:T Kenucky. The decision came iu tlir wagon, one two-hors- e road wagon, one fur-.ituwagon, a cab, three sets purchased from Cravens & Turpi case ol County Judge W. W. CWi ' of double harness and safe or which the purchase price to be paid by the second parties is five hundred dollars; the first parties do hereby sell to the the farm on the !iin';st':- of. Ilopkin county, vs. J. R. Ras'i second parties all the new underts king stock of goods that have not been ike bi'oluging to .Mr. Charles Ra and invohed the niicstion of injured or damaged and all the furniture nut having been injured or dam...i'i, ;f this ily, and has moed lend money t 'f, the e ui:ty to aged, and fourteen buggies, the purchase price therefor to be paid by the here with his fimrly to ilve. V!i the Miate for its share oT Ii'l'Ii second parties will be the price paid therefor to the vendor of the vendor ic paid was $120 per acre, cash : ,i iwcmoiit. T'te court held t'la of the first parties the vendor's invoice will be the criterion; all of the undertaking equipment and the fixtures are hereby sold by the first parties .r a total of !f(i240. Mr. Bums and .s sci turn of the new highway hi- to the second parties and the second parties agree to pay therefor a reasonfamily ap e.vcelh'i'.t jieopltf and we .aPd. able and fair price, the first cost of said property to afford a basis to reach welcome them to this county. Mt. a conclusion. The parties hereto agree to commence invoicing next Mon!t Steiling Gazette. s.iid that farmers will volun- - jrdL day or Tuesday and use due diliigence to complete it, and when completed '.i m.- r.i'ucc the aceray of to' acco fe. the purchase price of all the property hereby sold to be paid promptly. Should first parties s?ll any of the goods before invoice is completed the Father Koll) Diis from 40 to .0 per cent. throughout profit to be divided equally between sellers and buyers. If the first parties g or- t I.'ev. Father 15. .1. Kol states all Catholic !h? have discounted the purchase pn paid by them for any of the property priest in charge of the church ut Mt. r.a!iizeiL effort for reduction price has not oeen ascertained by paying a discount in which th. purh-is- e 1 at S! Sterling for many years, excess of 2 per cent, the same shall be added to the purchase price to be Joseph's hospital, Lexington, after paid by the second parties, otherwise it will not be considered in this sale, the buyers to pay any freight charges or disnunt on buggies, no freight Dr. S. P. Fetter, who married the :i;r illness. He was much hel v. chaigs to be deducted from undertaking supplies. widow of John C. Mayo, died at by bis congrigation and the jki Parties of the first part sell their good will by this contract. .f Mt. Sterli-.- g. Father Kolb wa. home in Ashland had lie J. W. AND CLARK LANE freipiently called here to minister ju t leluiiicd foia a Xcw Yorx SHROUT, PIPER .S: SHROtfT li o he sick. jt.tal where ho had been under By T. S. SHROUT. January 22, 1921. treatment. Several of those who took the i' tion among them Jot Arnold, .irh las county land has increasI'" Brother, .la .s A. M"'c and ed iu value over tea million dollar, : o ; ::st tea ver-- -. IVrrie Nixon, have received from Frankfort certiH ates of tli- - I . ..ates fc- - Cjinty gihility as Di.rii to Clyde Snedcgar and wife, Tux Commissioner. tsar" y, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. Al I have sold my farm to Oliver Sorrel itm will offer Tor sale at my store on the Ow- inprsviUc and Mt. Sterling pike, at fork of! jteptone pike, to the highest bidder a bill of dry goods and groeeries. J f DAWSON TA.lP Robt. Myers, Auctioneer. coal before Luyiiig. am prepared to deliver coal anywhere- in1 town and country Get my cash price? - mnmgMxMl - - T. F. ALLEN m ri se re - t'u-ri-- -i ; j.i.ieeo-growin- havi:-failed- . 1 - -s . c .... 'Sum OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE, KY. n PACHES Kentucky News Cullings An epitome of the most important events transpiring throughout the state I Lexington.- - rcrvnnrt tlcrrilli, M, a former French army muMci.in, ended his hfo in a rooming house on Wost Short stivct. The body was found with a bullet hole In tbo temple. Oer rlth hail boon In l.'inim less than two iiiiiulhs. PALMER'S LIQUOR RULING TO STAND tiE GFNUINE l.eington. Approximately metric Paste II to Watrlmcs, Ants, MlE klLLKlt. TtuydMUvi in IS UnffUBgfs In ex rj box. . tSorernsurDt 1U sit. and the caucell.itious of the assignment of the Fred Shune lease on I'.ig ?S7,fl Sinking Creek, I.ee county, bv the Crown Oil Co. to the Comet OH Co. I'ravson John Ktvs. of IVnl.ui. a and then to the I'lanet Oil Co. are coal minor. TCt years old. was aimtit in a judgment Irimleil down by under a slate fall in lbe lbiibiMUi-Wnlkc- i Federal .lodge A. M. .1. Cochran and Itruk Co. mine;, and made public by I'niled Stati-- s fieri; killed. His two sons were working Spencer Finnell. The crown Oil Co. with him, but wore not injured. was plaintiff. Majfiehl. (".instruction of the Muy-fieCreek drainage iliteli, the greatest drainage project in Kentucky, has been begun with luiliH-hiuof the lanre.- -t dredgeboat ever r.sed in the fctato. The ditch will extend fiom rixer. Cnies county to the Jlis-i.-ip- pi hl Frankfort. Henry II. .hum's. State Inspector and Kxnmiiior, made a financial haul on Ids Inspection of toinil;.-ollicoIn Hell for the period from November. HUH. to February t. HC!. lie collected .V.i.V i:i..ri7 due the stale, of s f i i r- - j ! ot 'Uocoa Good "0 cup at any hour of the Jjy Baker's Cocoa V.-- J good in the evening a short time before retiring. Its flavor is delicious, its aroma most attractive, and it is conducive to restful sleep without being in any sense of the word, a is especially narcotic. Ab- solutely pure and wholesome. f mm BOOKiET OF CHOICE REClrES SENT FREE WaUcrBafcci Solid USE SLOAN'S TO WARD OFF PAIN You can Just tell by its healthy, stimulating odor, that it Is golnft to Jo you good I only had some Sloan's Linl- - r . - - 4 tnentl" How often you ve said that! And then when the rheu matic twinge subsided after hours of suffering you forgot it! Don't do it again get a bottle today and keep it handy for possible use tonight! A sudden attack may come on sciatica, lumbago, sore muscles, backache, stiff joints, neuralgia, the pains and aches resulting from exposure. You'll soon find warmth and relief in Sloan's, the liniment that penetrates vitkout rubbing. Clean, economical. Three sixes 35c, 70c, $1.40 T which .fT.MSl.'Sf was received from County Clerk Kobert Ilollingsworth for daughter motor license fees of $l,irji).-JT- , hunting The of lan West fall, a real estate man of liiense, miscellaneous license, mortthis city, was shot in the face and gage recording. s, gasoline tax and injured when an air pin, with deliuiiient land iaxt sales. which her brother, Maurice Wesifall, was plavin. was accidentally Whitesburg. When Wiley .lenkins, discharged. It is thought the child T0 eir.s old, proprietor of the will recoior. Hotel, asked a crowd of dancers to leave, be was shot and instantly Murniy. The- grocery store of Key killed by Deputy Sherifl .lohn Flanery, & l'ain caught lire and burned with who resented the halting of the dance. nil ils contents, warehouse ailjoining, Flanery escaped and a posse of ollicers niid ilid scxcr.il hundred dollars in went in pursuit within an hour. A redamage to the dwelling of .loo Key. ward of $100 was offered. Jenkins, a TI.e iiiMirai e was $l.."i0 on .stock and member of an old mountain family, on the dwelling. The loss will was shot twice, isW the fatal bullet enterreach about SlkTiOO. ing the mouth and ranging through the head. AI01170 .lohnson, 2T. widely known resident of .Inaction fity, I'.. F.ates, Whilesbiirg. William was brmight here from that place and farmer ami land owner, 00 jears obi, taken to the Mti'hord Hospital, suf- shot and killed his son, Xoab Hates, fering from two Imllet wounds in the "0, using an ritle, police body and supposed to have been allege. Hitter feeling was said to have liie bullet plerceil the man's existed between them for several left lung atid the oilier passed entire- months. The sou is said to have threatly through bis body. ened the father. Tho boy was shot through the heart. Tho father walkOyntblana. The store of M. Gold- ed the miles to Hastiu to gic himself berg A. Sons was entered by thieves up to Coroner Joseph Yonts, it is $tSK worth of silk shirts, chargiMl. who took He was brought to th9 socks and oilier clothing. The fasten- Whitesburg jail. ings of the sinners of a rear window wore forced. Tins Is the third men's Frankfort The State Tax Commisfurnishing store robbed here this winN'. H. ter. None of the thieves have been ap- sion has notified County Judge Smith that It beliexes the assessment prehended. of Franklin county should be increased S7lHi,tXH. of whiili : 100,000 Is on farm Ixmdon. For the first time in the is5'JO.0)0 on town lots. This history of this county women are serv- land and commission is assessing proping on all the regular juries at this jear theSO per cent of its fair cash term of the Umrol Circuit Court. Mrs. erty ut S."i per cent last jear, wife of former County value as against Ida 15. Attorney J. K. Lewis, is a member of and this increase probably accounts for the grand jury and is taking a lead- the increased assessment of Franklin ing part in the Investigation of the county. The total assessment of Frankoffenses against the liipior and gam- lin county as made by County Tax bling laws and many indictments are Commissioner I.ee amounts to ?1S,7CS.-ISwhich is $120,000 higher than last being found. Carlisle.- Ken-tnck.- x year. III' 1 Howling Green. Miss lNsie Hodges, Iuiis llle Should the Hoard of daughter of .lohn Hodges, a farmer lion reieie an additional $18,000 residing near 1'lano, this county, was badly burned when her dress caught from taxes on additional properly listfire In front of an open grate at her ed for assessment, the money will be home. Miss Hodges ran into the front used to purchase supplies for the e school year. William Hoke yard, where her brother I'aul and Daniels tore the outer clothes Camp, chairman of the Finance Comfrom her and extinguished the Ilamcs. mittee, said. Mr. Camp expressed the lloth men were also badly bunied on opinion aat money will be carried over oniiext year's balance so that the bands and anus. bids for new chemicals, wood, blackllle. David and Worthatu boards and , other needed materi!, "?ayed Indian in the side yard may be accepjed when opened early JJ k ortl"-avenue. May. The law requires that no coo- (iljnc, M'J s bo;v. V ar- - tract bo let without cash In IM-uc- a Ar-lin1921-102- S. i..vl,1 -- - baiijr. Complying with a decl- Court of Appeals in which l Co. of.- - ;- -' i'.V.i- - -- v- ' .W'-f- 'V " i riverinen, ro, were A&seline R,jUS.Pal.Ort. PETROLEUM JELLY Far sores, broken Also irmumerable blisters, burns, cuts tations. kfose and all skin irri. f toilet uses. suBSTrnrns jface and fiii:eroimi ner Henry The men a hospital hero tor .' government steamer m lo4: work o:i the Oakum stored in the room blazed when a match head fel. Into the pile, ltoth men jumped Frankfort. Tho involved Into the rier to escape the llames. in a suit tiled in the Franklin Circuit Court by S. II. Lewis, clerk of the Fraifcfort. The Court of Appeals Fuyeto Circuit Court, against Henry decidcu that W. II. Olltner, of Louis- E. .Tames, stnte inspector and examville, In?; stated a cause of action In iner, and the members of the State Ills suit for 8,000 shires of stock Tax Commission, Is whether county opainst ho McConibs Producing and clerks are entitled to the live pur cent reclining Company of Hint city. allowed under an old statute for colshares of stock In the lecting and handling money for the company to J. McCulloch. The par state in addition to the fee colvalue of the stock was 1 and the lected by them for each motor license so that Giltner Issued. market valce Lewis collected $G7,0:!S In claimed that mJer a contract with motor licenses of which he remitted the company he was entitled to S.UOO $(U,rS0 to the state treasurer, and refchres of btock as a commission for tained $.'14ViS which he claimed was tins m'.v t S'SXMO. The lower court the five per cent allowed by law for held that he bad tl. ed his contract handling the slate's funds. County with the petition as required by the Clerk Lewis asked for an Injunction code and therefore dismissed the pe- against the members of th-- State Tax tition. The Appellate Court held, how- Commission and Inspector James to reever, that he did sta. a cause of ac- strain them from requiring him to retion, reversed the lower court and di- port the five per cent of the funds colrected that the lower court permit the lected or from taking any action whatpetition to lie amended so that the case ever requiring him to pay over the fivo could be tried and disposed of. per cent to the state. Cum-flver. qiu-stior0, j one-four- th jni that the Securities Co. could recover tho art fat of corporation tax paid State Auditor J. J. Craig lias refunded corporation taxes amounting to ?30So0 to 110 compan'es. The court held that as the Securities Producing and Kenning Co. had paid the 1 per cent production tax it was not liable for tho corporation tax. Similar companies which have paid both taxes are entitled to the refund for the corporation tax, the 1 per cent production tax being In lieu of all other taxes under tin: opinion of the court. IYodtic-'Itefinin- Frankfort Of the 14,000 teachers in the public schools of the state not KcwYork of them arc prepared to teach, State Street was the statement made by Dr. Georga Colvin, State Superintendent of I'ublic Instruction. Dr. Colvin says that there HOW DOCTORS e 1 are a number of modern, school plants in which the teachers can attend summer schools Instead ot COLDS attending county institutes. The maximum enrollment, he adds, may be FLU 10,000 teachers, and he urges every teacher In Kentucly who can attend the summer schools to do so In preferFirst Step in Treatment Is & Brisk ence to the county institutes. ttrrrFumoPGH mfg. cq TREAT ANDTHE Way" Lexington. Two "White streets instead of one for Iyexingtoa will be the goal of a campaign whicn was launched by merchants of Short street, who, jealous over the expenditures which hae been made to make Main street popular, organized to promote the street on which they do business. M. 15. Ioevenhart was elected president of the organization which was formed, with J. W. Clark as sec- I retary. A petition for electric lights on either side of Short street already has been presented to the city Frankfort.--Completinhis sentence at the State ltefonnatory for grand larceny, Leo Itoy Iielford, of Woodford County, was taken into custody by two corporals of the Ft. Leavenworth llarracks, Kansas, as a parole violator. Itelford had bcon paroled after serving a sentence in the barracks for assault and escape. When paroled be came to Kentucky and got g '01 War veteran and principal of the I'ilot Oak High School in tho extreme Doctors have found by experience southern part ot the county, died from tiiat no medicine) for colds and infln-en- z tho effecU of burns sustained when can bo depended upon for full ef- he mistook a can of gasoline for kerofectiveness until the liver is made thor- sene and undertook to make a tire in oughly active. That is why the first his schoolroom. The can exploded, setetep in the treatment is the nevr, nausea-les- s colonel tablets called Calotabs, ting fire to his clothes and, although which are free from the sickening and hl pupils made heroic efforts to savo him, tho flames were not extinguished weakening effects of the old style calomel. Doctors also point ont the fact until the pupils bad dragged him that an active liver may go a long way through the deep snow on the playtowards preventing influenza and is one grounds. of the most important factors in enabling the patient to successfully withFAMOUS ELEPHANT. stand an attack and ward off pneuall. Ko salts, so nausea nor the slightest interference with your eating, pleasure or work. Kcit morning your cold has vanished, your livrr is active, your system is purified, and yon are feeling fine, with a hearty appetite for breakfast. Druggists ell Calotabs only in original sealed packages, price thirty- : Purgative With Calotabs, the Panned and Refined Calomel Tablets that aro Nausea-les- s, Safe and Sure. Mayfleld. Ken K. Wray, 20, World Into troublo in Woodford County. He was received at tho reformatory May 18, lfci), to serve ono year for grand larceny. In Canada. The skin !s mounted and stands In the Itanium museum at Tufts college; the skeleton Is at the Ameri- monia. One Calotab on' the tongce time with a swallow of water at bed that's five cents. Your money will be cheer-- f ally refunded if von do sot find thorn fielightf nV (Adv.) t Jumbo, made famous by P. T. Bar-onwas an African elephant 11 feet can Museum of Natural History. 6 Inches In height and 0 tons He was captured when In weight Pagan Creed Concerning Fire. young and nt three years of age was That fire and water are the habitatransferred from the Jardln de Plantes tions of spirits is perhaps a universal In Paris to the Zoological gardens In article of the pagan creed. The ISamum purchased him for London. hearth fire was, in $10,000 in 1SS2 nnd brought him to iwlmltive days reckoned tho special America, where for three years he was abode of the household gods; it was, the chief circus attraction. He was therefore, considered dangerous to killed while crossing a railroad track give a stranger a burning brand. sa-crever-burnin- g The theory that he had sprung from some remote protoplasmic organism, REVIEW OF ATTORNEY'S OPINION that bis was a baboon In the wilds POSSIBLE ONLY WHEN SOUGHT of Abjssinla and other BY MEMBER OF CABINET. monstrosities, were all regarded by Sergeant John Purrows of the marine corps ns so much "hunk." Still, his Ruling On Beer To Stand, Unless Melmind was never nt rest. lon Queries, Dnugherty Declares The sergeant after the Chnpin Ordered Back To Old Post war and was ordered to Cuam. in Chicago. Tho other day a letter was received ut the marine corps recruiting heads IWstern .Wusiupi-- r I'nloii Kens quarters. It came from Sergeant In Ciiam. announce VahinL':on. - Definite Altornej (leneral "At last." he stated. "I have discovmen! thai former .Mitthell Palmer's opinion, permit! ins ered where my ancestors have come phjieian lo pnieribe beer for mod from." ieal purpi si'S would stand milef The sergeant explained that natives Anilieu W. .Mellon should ask of the Island had enlightened him. In for .i tcticu, was made by llarr.x M iiccoimtlng for the origin of man, they Daiighcrt, Attorney General. The said that everything in the world was Allorue !enei-.- il leitoralcd thai, exderived from a certain rock on the cept on request for a rexiew by the rs beenmi) island of Cuani, which head of a department. Hie Departhuman, then a stone, and gave birth to ment of .lustb-ctiuhl not hand down all men. From tills Island men were of ils opinions. Transfer of scattered nil over the world. Thej Daniel C. I'hapln, Acting Superisinu forgot their language and "talked like Prohibition Agent for the Mate of New fools without understanding one anYork, to his former iHisition as "1 atn now al'te e:tt three sipiarti other nor knowing what was said." Agent in charge in Chicago, was iieals a d:i tor the tusi tunc in two Portland Oregonlan. announced bj John l Kramer, Pro- jears." was the emphatic statement hibition Commissioner. made recent l bj Joseph A. Yolk, Wealth and Happiness. Mr. Kramer said that Krnest Iing-lej- . business man and highly Much of the anxiety and earc of who for some time has been as- respected citicn of I 'oil land, Maine. these days Is needless and springs sistant to Mr. fhapln in New York, "1 am now sit.-iiinjears of age, from an overemphasis of the amount would smvivd Mr. Chnpin as Acting and in all my life have never run of property needed for hnpplnes-s- . Kv-eSupon ising Agent for New York. .Air. across a medicine that I consider in a tiling In our country tends to stimwas desi rilied as "an class with Tanlac. I have Just fin- ulate men toward excessive ambition. retenue man." who had served in dif- ished my fourth bottle and this medi- Our climate is rich In oxygen, unit is ferent parts of the Tinted Slates for cine has benefited me even beyond my tin irritant to work. The undeveloped lillis-jears. greati'st hopes. Resides gaining six- resources of our land appeal to "There is no suggestion." said Mr. teen pounds in weight, I have been even at n time when we begin Kramer, "that tin- - work of prohibition built up and strengthened until 1 feel to realize that these treasures should enforcement is not going smoothly in all of twenty jears younger. lie conserved for our descendants. Tho both New York and Chicago. When "For the past two jears I have been stories of successful men are exploited Mr. Chapin took the post at New York, ill a miserably condition, In magazines succeeding Mr. Shelin. It was Willi and was compelled a short time ago with endless variations that tench the art of getting on Inunderstanding tiiat the appointthe to give up ail idea of business as I getting up. Little by little ment was temporary and that lie would was too weak to look after anything. stead of young men feel that it Is a disgrace be transferred hack to Chicago. The 1 was nervous, worn-ouhad no appe- to live tnodeiitlj'. Avarice Is n virus new appointments all are 'acting' be- tite, and suffered most all Is poisthe time In the cause no one knoivs when the new Ad- with Indigestion. Some days I would oning blood. Undue ambition the of contentment ministration may announce changes in eat scarcely anything; in fact 1 was Youth lias forgotten Cervantes' warnthe personnel of appointive positions. afraid to eat because 1 knew I would ings not "to tly too high toward the For my point, I merely am staying on suffer afterward. Sometimes I had sun lest the flame consume the wings." until my successor is announced ami such severe cramping pains after eatNewell Dwlght 111111. road to take olhce. ing that I would utmost die. My Sime rot cut rulings of the Depart-ni- i nerves were all unstrung and the least How Many Presidents? in of .lust lee. giving to phjsicians thing would worry me nnd I never Percentages Intrigue our fancy. So authority to prescribe wine and beer could get a good night's sound sleep. in unlimited quantities, .Mr. Kramer In fact 1 just lost interest in every- when we rend that "55 per cent of has been seeking to ascertain how thing and was greatly discouraged our presidents have been college men" we wonder how nii.ny that was. much wine or beer is necessary bi re- over my condition. men have held the olllce, nnd lieve an Illness that alls for such rem"The ordinary treatment failed to edies. The views of many pli.vsicians do me any good, and as I had read so on that basis 11.S5 were college men. have been sought in ail athunpt to many statements from people I know Kilt Mr. Harding may be included nnd Indicate that 15.1 were colthat reach concliisioiis upon which a ruling here in Portland who laid been bene- lege would The fractions grow worse; men. may be luade.j, fited by Tnnlao, I decided to give it a It looks ns though someone were beThe prohibiten enforcement unit of trial. And now I know for injself ing insulted. There is a further posthe P.ureai of Internal Kevenue ;s do, for I have simply what it will sibility; some folks reckon Grover 1. lack of funds, which has taken a new lease on life. I am now Cleveland ns the twentj'-seconnnd foreeil the dismissal of many of ils llble to look after my work as usual, the twenty-fourtpresident. Tills agents. Scores have been dismissed and never felt better in my life. I am duality of Mr. Cleveland would make already ai!.l at the end of the present aide to eat three hearty meals a day Mr. Harding the twentj'-nlntPresi fiscal year lot) more w ill be dismissed. rind everything agrees with me dent It's n strange thing that In so i, hit hiding Kis'ht ollicers in 1 eat anything 1 want nnd Important n matter, men cannot agree Frank T. DIggs, assistant supervisor, 'never feel n touch of indigestion, t on how many presidents tho country Were among the first to receive notices .'never thought there was a medicine has bad. And when one comes to frac of their dismissal. that could do me so much good, and I tional Presidents, the task of the perturn only too glad to have the facts centage gatherer proves hopeless. Mll- Dodge Company Resumes. ntiout my case given to the public." wnukee Journal. ll.iil.'n lrnttlirs Miw I j& JeMs sold by leading 0 Ilnlr..it Mi.-l- i Adv. Company, closed since last Da3 tor Car Power In Palm Oil ceinlr, reopened with a force of hi. of eavH"o otnor gp twiai :,o00 and 4,000 men, it was ofli c Jftnnoinccdsit the company's miUH inc company normally ei men. It was announced an w.. ji.,. You m fort would be made to reach Additional normal production kimiii, You' Should Hite workers are to be added from day to - tatty jij , day, as conditions warrant, it was anthe palm kernel, but even the o i nounced. ' Have you ever stopped to reason why the succulent peanut may speed -- ne exit is that to riany products that are lllvver in the place of petrol. tensively advertised, all at once drop out Traction Fight to Shift. "May be near?" What tlo we say? of sight and are soon forgotten? The Now York. The next sceni? of the reason is plain the article did not fulfill That time is actually here, and today Now York City administration's lWit the promises of the manufacturer. This off In darkest Africa automobiles are ugninst ttnvernor Milh'rV plan for a applies more particularly to a medicine. being operated successfully nnd cheapstnte controlled traction system for the A medicinal preparation that has real ly with their tauks tilled with palm curative value almost eells itself, as like oil. And also in Belgium the same city will he in the courts. This was made liy Corporation an endless chain system the icniedy is fluid ! being used. In an experimental by who have been recommended Counsel OT.rieu and United States benefited, to those those are in need of it. wny, and is proving even more succes-fu- l who Senator Hiram Y. Johnson, of CaliA prominent druggist says "Take for than Its first advocates Imagined. spefornia, who has heen retained example a Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-HooNew Orleans cial counsel to liht the traction Mil, preparation I have sold for many years which was passed by the State Senate and never hesitate to recommend, for in If You Fail, She'll Clean It. almost every case it shows excellent rent Albany. The comments made by ladles upon sults, as many of my customers testify. No other kidney remedy iua o Urge a pipes often shows a curious unuwnre-nes- s Andrew Bonar Law Quits. sale." of the true virtue and function According to sworn statements and of that soothing implement. Said London. Andrew Honar Ijiw, Lord of the I'rivy Seal, resigned from the verified testimony of thousands whoof have Titanln, when we exhibited our magDr. ued the preparation, the success lovely! Cabinet. Ill health was given as one Kilmer's Swainp-Koo- t is due to the fact, nificent new briar, "That's leason. Mr. Itonnr I.aw also retired so many people claim, that it fulfills al- IIcw nice It smells. Now do try to from the (ioveriiment leadership in most every wish in overcoming kidney, keep It clean." New York Evening the House of Commons. The announce- liver and bladder ailments; corrects uri- I'ost. ment of Mr. Honar Law's retirement nary troubles and neutralizes the uric Sufficiency. was made in the House of Commons acid which causes rheumatism. bottle of You may receive a sample "I don't see why anyone should borby the 1'rline Minister, Mr. Moyd Swamp-Hoo- t by Parcels Post. Address tJeorgc, who was so deeply affected Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ilinghamton, N. Y., row trouble." "Nor I either. There's that lie hardly could tinisii Ids state- and enclose ten cents; alo mention this always plenty for everybody." paper. Large ami medium size bottles ment. The Point of View. for sale at all drug stores. Adv. First Frosh (putting on pictures) Alleged Slayer Freed. There Is n dlnerence between living I can't find a single pin. Where dc Louisville, Ky. After two minutes' nnd being nlive. they nil go to, anyway? deliberation, a jury in criminal court Second Frosh It's hard to tell, beexonerated Joseph L. Ledford on the cause they're pointed In one direction charge of having killed Patrolman RUB RHEUMATIC PAIN beaded In another. Lehigh Ilurr. FROM ACHING JOINTS nnd John Olltner, June '', 1!lli. l'.otb sides waived arguments after evidence had Its Success, been heard. Rub Pain right out with small trial "I mil going Into the bottle of old "St. Jacobs Oil." business." Radical Is Beaten. "Why that?" New Y'ork. Immigrants arriving at Stop "dosing" Rheumatism. business which Is "ISocause It is tho Uattery from Kills Island evinced It's pain only; not one case In fifty sure to get on ahead." llaltimort dislike for radical doctrines when they requires internal treatment Hub attacked a man who exhibited a pla- soothing, penetrating "St. Jacobs Oil" American. card advocatng the overthrow of the right on the "tender spot," and by the CINCINNATI MARKETS. United States (ioveriiment. Police olli- time you say Jack ltoblnson tint cers rescued the man ami arrested him comes the rheumatic pain nnd distress. Hay and Grain. on a charge of criminal anarchy, lie "St. Jacob's Oil" Is n harmless rheuPorn No. ." white (Vifi title. No. 3 which never disapsaid bis name was Joyepb .1. (ireen-berg- , matism linl-ie- nt a native of Uomnaiiia. who came points and doesn't burn the skin. It vcliovv (KSirfiTc. No. I mixed tJlJitllc, 1! to this country seven jears ago. The takes pain, soreness nnd stiffness from No. yellow US IK).'. Sound Hay Timothy per ton !?1S.0 placard read: "lovn with thu fnited aching Joints, muscles and bones; !"?'' I.r, States Coveruiueut. It is unfair to the stops sciatica, lumbago, backache and ."i::'-,- clover mixed IST":, clover l. neuralgia. workers." O.lt; No. '' white l.'.'Xfl It'.'ic. No. .1 Limber up! (let n small trial bottle j of honest "St. Jacobs Oil" white lKLrir.1'. No. .'! mixed 11 Fare Enjoined. from any drug store, and In u moment, Cleveland. A temporary injunction you'll be free from pains, aches' and Wheat No. ' red Sl.TJIi X.'X No. restraining the Cleveland Kaihvay stiffness. Don't suffer! Hub rbeuiuH-tlst- "1 red SLOT I.(K, No. t red S 1.1113 LOT. away. Adv. Company from seeking to collect a Butter, Eggs and Poultry. fare from car riders in l'.uttcr Whole milk creamery extras Any brand of bops may be used for ."iOc, centralized extras ISc, firsts 4 to. was granted by Judge (ieorge P. ltaer. brewing trouble. Kgas Kxtra tirtrts liTe'JT'.io, firsts Judge Haer held that al tempts to col"G'y "t'Vc, ordinary firsts uryjlc. lect more than 5 cents are In violation In the IJvo Toiiltry Iirollers, i lbs and of a contract existing between Iiko-woo- la an acute attack ot Nasal Catarrh Those suulect to frequent "colds In the under IKK, jomig chickens over 1! lbs and the company. Pewters in Ilc.a'.'w111 nml that ISc; fowls', r lbs and over .'lie, under use of HALL'S street cars requesting the payment of CATAItltll MEDICINE wilt build up the I lbs :tlc, roosters IPe. bystem, cleanse the lllood and render the extra cent must come down, vinler them less liable to colds. Repeated atLive Stock. tacks of Acute Catarrh may lead to Uie injunction Chronic Catarrh. Tattle Steers, good to choice $S.,"V) HALL'S CATARRH common MEDICINE Is Wit), fair to good $7i0Jf taken Internally and acts throiiKh the to fair ;rJi .."(, heifers, good to choice Read His Mind. Blood on tho Mueous Surfaces of the SysHe (after an awkward silence) Do tem, thus reduclmr the inllammation and JsSJi !).:!"', fair to good !?7S, common restoring normal conditions. to fair !?15T7, dinners stock you believe in mind reading? All Druggists, circulars free. heifers JoifT. She Yes; I can read what you are V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio. Calves Cood to choice $1 iff I.", thinking nt this moment. He Indeed! What Is It? Many u lovers' ipiarrel lasts all fair to good SI Iff 1 common and largo Slifr 10. She You are thinking: "I wonder through murried life. Slieeii Good to choice $3ffjr.r0, fair what on earth we can talk about." to gootl So."., common !l.0ffi-.)Night ond Moraine. Iambs, good to choice $10.rUll, fair Have Strong, Healthy Bonehead. good Ey$. If they Tire,Itch, to Hogs $0ff 10..10. ..(..lOff 10.7. choice "What's your play about?" asked Heavy smart or Hum, it Sore, the manager. butchers 511 ll.".", meVftiir CxeC Irritated, Inflamed or packers and common to choice heavy one of those triangle plays." "It's TlfUR LI LO Granulated.useMurine dium .'fll.".', 'Triangle? We don't put on musi- it'totl ftnrttlnto- - I? atfia- Malina Cifas. fat sows stiffs, Iteht shippers $ll.'--a, cal comedies." Boston Transcript. tGj4i?illult- - At all Druggists. Writefor pigs (110 lbs and less "5k. Karias Eve Ktmtdi CsL.Oiki-jr- f. i wire-haire- d n h Ihir-nraSee-reta- TOSIU'H A. YOHK, buiiness man ol Portland, Me., who sayi he fecit twenty years younger and has t gained sixteen pounds on four bottles of Tanlac. Declares he can now eat three square meals a day. FINDS SECRET OF HIS ORIGIN Natives of Guam Enlighten Marine; Disagree With the Theories Put Forward by Darwin. Aspinr You must say "Bayer" reles Warning! Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablet?, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for 21 years and proved safe by millions."' Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper directions for Colds, Headache, Pain, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Neuritis, Lumbago. Ilandy tin boxes of 12 tablet coot but & few centa Larger packages. Ajplrta la tha trade mark of Barer Maoulactor ot llonoaceUcacldtster ot Sallcrllcactal Very Little. "Swear off anything this "Xo. Courier-Journal. e well-know- c 1 rj What Is tilt?' Louisville There are lots of other tilings ll this busy world besides time and tld that wait for no man. A torpid liver prevents proper food, assimilation. Tons up your liver with AVrUht'l Indian. Vegetable Fills. Ther act cenlly. Adv. old-lin- tj der, saucy sixteen. The female who Is fat, fair nnd forty may lie attractive but so Is slen- run-dow- Ladies LetCuticura Keep Your Skin Fresh and Young Soip 25c, Ointment 25 and 50c, Talran 25t. It Is a waste of time to find fault with yourself. Lots of people will do it for you. A postal card to Garfield Tea Co, Brooklyn, X. V., asking for a sample will repay you. Adv. Man Is n two-legg- animal who t. tries to work all the other animals far a living. Many School Children are Sickly and take cold easily, are feverl;h and constipated, have headaches, stomach or bowel trouble. MOTHER CRAY'S TBASS SUBX Twen-ty-s'evo- n run for over Used by Mothers S V POW-DE- ovycci rvvvueno unii-UKE.- ni d h h y. Mis-our- were recommended to zny etater by a doctor. I an. chin? them to my little three rear old Ctrl who was very puny, and ite la picking cp wor.dcrfally. Do Not Accept Any SaasCtnte Are pleasant to take and a certain relief. They tend to break up a cold in 24 hours, act on the Stomach, Liver and Bowels and tend to correct intestinal disorders and destroy worms. 10,000 testimonials like the following from mothers and friends of children telliug of relief. Originals are on file In out offices : "We have nrf SIOTIlEn GHATS SWEET "I hlnk MOTTIEU OR ATS SWEET iOK CIULDHKJ aro grand. They POWDEia CUILDKEN at dlHenst roll 30 years . times for past nln years, and always foncd them a perfect children's mrrtlrlna asd very tatufactory la every case.' GRAY'S SMUT P01VDE25. Get a package lrom your druggist for use when needed. lor SIOTllHl Ul''"iought U Pa'f'',;,j vtock -- fr XIT works, suithur tor thi TONIC AND rvlU DAIHT SALT. ASK. YOUR DCAUR TO LIKE IT, OS&nnCKMFuuSGXBIACKMAITS OH WTUTt STOCK. one-thir- Neeui .omxAt ro VOMXA. A NO TOS1NC. hood,BY salt'ctcr ro thi kid. USED VITIXWAJUAA3 la TTJUtS, MUZACKMAK STOCK REMEDY COMPANY Lear-.ien-- Chatiaaoofa.Tea. STRICTLY ACCORDING TO RULE TOO BAD ABOUT HER MEMORY No One Could Deny That Candidate, in His Entrance Examination, Made 50 Per Cent. And Really Opera Goer Should Not Be Expected to Remember Details That Are Trifling. t, Times-l'icayun- An examination story from the London Morning I'ost: They wanted him badly at the college, but unfortunately there was an entrance examination from which not even the most promiscould ing of Rugby It was claim complete exemption. only an oral questioning and yet one had to get 50 per cent to pass. The matter was left In the bands of a sporting young don, and his protege got through. Later on It appeared that only two questions had been asked. "The first," said the examiner, "was the date of Trafalgar; he got that wrong. Then I nsked him what the chemical formula for sulphuric arid was. He said: 'I don't know teaily I don't.' Well, that was right, for It was obvious that he didn't know. So I passed him with CO per cent." Christian Register. three-quarte- "I'ou were at the opera last ning?" eve- "Yes; perfectly delightful time!" "What did you hear?" "Hear? Oh Madge Gray Is at last, and the Billy Brews fare going to get a divorce, nnd Bertie Bnxby has lost all his money In Wall Street, and Sue Catliro has a baby, and Mrs. Sylee was lunching with another man while her husband was out of town, and "Rut you don't understand! What did you see?" "See? Why, that Kate Kady has turned her old rose gown, and that those wonderful Van Gruber diamonds we read of are only paste, and that the Adleys are hardly on speaking terms, even In public, and " "But but what was the name of the opera?" "Name of the opera? OIj why, I Persuasive. did see It on the program, but really The head of n big Chicago business I've forgotten I've such a poor memorj house was extolling the salesmanship for details; really It Is quite a cross!" of n certain man In Ids employ. Frequent Anger. "I gather from what you say," observed a friend, "that this man Is In"Weren't you angry with him when he kissed you?" deed persuasive In his methods." "Oh, yes every time." "Persuasive!" repeated the head of the bouse. "Why, my friend, that chap If a woman's vocabulary is limited could sell the Cuban government a snowplovv !" she works It overtime. Its Appeal Grows! Many people start to use InstantPostum temporarily in place of coffee or tea for health reasons. But they soon learn to love its rich flavor and its pure, wholesome qualities old-tim- Six-Ce- l!e. u six-ce- Lake-woo- "Cold Head" Postum as their regular mealtime beverage. are so apparent that they adopt d "There's a Reason " by grocers everywhere ! S-- Sold r'!, 1 Madeby Postum Cereal Co., Inc., A 1 stanT POSTUM A BEVERAGE ""ft of d.fT.frtp.rtg 4 S !'; i : 1 O. j II- Battle Creek,Mich. J5r 3 im.II iwM ft ! & U I . jffx Postum Cersal Cbmpin. 1 JUl I Jll.j. 1" TT tawr nawT QmKO. OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. THIS YOUNG MOTHER Tells Childless Women What Lydia EPinkham's Vegetable Compound Did for Her Millston, Wis. " I want to Rive you a word of praise for vour wonderful " Stomach Trouble fered with IMPROVED UNIF0SM INlEB!iATIO!fAl The Voice of the Pack By EDISON MARSHALL Copyright. CHAPTER III 11 Ashtabula, Ohio. "My Hltlo girl, up to tho time sho was seven, sufJSJ'YS s t o m a o h She trouble. hjl w as weak and .' niinv all tho time, nothing tho doctors gavo mo for hor nor any thing I gavo hor Boomed to heln her until I began giving her I)r Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery nnd this medlclno Completely cured her stomach trouble and she Is now growing Into a strong, healthy child." MILS. CLYUK S. WAHHKN. S77 West St. All druggists sell Dr. I'iorco's Golden Medleal Discovery lu liquid or tablet form. SDNMrSdlOOL f Lesson t.iiKllah 1111.1 4 it W'ttrtn Nwsp.irer Union r i lliblR hi, .ik) In Ihe Moody ) . . i - i lHkV ys& WmuLE$ ISzSK f- ''r 2lK5fHiiSEXltt&&tta1BB' MiWaOsE'SVaESsiiii. 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Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and then they will be in a position to give their children the blessing of a good constitution. table Compound and now I have a nice strong healthy baby Pink ham 8 Vege- say that 1 DON'T DESPAIR If you are troubled with pains or aches; feel tired; have headache, indigestion, insomnia; painful passage of urine, you will find relief in COLD MEDAL The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver bladder ana unc aria troubles and National Remedy oi Holland since 1695. Three sizes, all druggists. Look fot the mnt Gold Mnlsi on ererx box and accept no imitation hio Experience eaut, Ohio. '"I have taken Dr. jl Favorite Prescription and found It wonderful in Us effect I took. It when I was a young lady and again at tho critical time of life. When I was a girl I took It for chloro- sis and functional disturbances and found It very beneficial." MRS. G. J. LILLIE, 448 zi An Mill St. All druggists; or send 10 cents to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y, for trial package of Favorite Prescription tablets. ...of 1 aaaai l".-ilNQV k H" I Temperamental. liessdc. returning from church and eager to tell the news, eald. "Oh. mother, we have a new terror In the choir." Koston Transcript. The Cutleura Toilet Trio. Having cleared jour skin keep It clear by making Cutleura your cvery-datoilet preparations. The soap to cleanse and purify, the Ointment to soothe and heal, the Talcum to powder and perNo toilet table is complete fume. without them. 25c everywhere. Adv. y Occasionally a little sin grows up, marries and raises a large fatiillr. Hew It Struck Him. Fanner Brown Olad (o see ye home agin. Silas. How's things In Noo Vnwk? Fanner Green Hustlln. Jouhua. bust! in'! Why, the way folks rush aroun' there, ye'd thllik th' cows were loose in the cabbage patch the hull tarnation time. A Loss. changed countenance when I heard the news." "What a pity you lost such a "I almost chancer Drawing Attention. back caused a sensa"Her low-ction in the ballroom." "It wasn't cut lower than some oth- It Is ctroiiiol limliiful if u plainsman would haw possessed this Knowledge. 1 tut a plainsman bus imt tin" Knowledge of life ilseir that (lie has, simply because lie dues nut see it In the raw. And he litis nut half the intimate knowledge of death, tin tilMiltile requisite of self composure. The mouululiMvr knows life In its simple plms,-with little tradii tion or to blur the isloii. ery Intimate acquaintance I'eath Is that may be met In any snow drift, on anj rocky trail; and these conditions are very deadly to any delusions that he has in regard to himself, lie acquires an ability to see Just where he stands, mill of course that means self. hissfinn. This quality had something to 1I0 Willi the remarkable record that Hie mountain men. such as that magnificent warrior from Tennessee, made In the late war. Cranston knew exactly what Snowhigher bird would do. Although of Tiler, she was a mountain creature, own as himself. She meant exactly what she said. If he hadn't climbed from Riii's prone body, she would have shot quickly ami very straight. If he tried to attack either of them now. her linger would press back before he oulil blink an eye. and she wouldn't weep any hysterical tears over his lend body. If he kept his distance, she wouldn't shoot at all. He meant to kvp his distance. Hut he did know that he could insult her will, out danger to himself. And by now .lis lips had acquired their old curl of scorn. "I'll go. Snowbird." he said. "I'll leave you with your sissy. Hut I guess you saw what I did to him in two minutes." "1 saw. Hut you must remember he's sick. Now go." "If he's sick, let him stay In bed Mid lane 11 wet nurse. Maybe you can be that." The lids drooped halfway over her gray eyes, and the slim linger curleil more tightly about the trigger. "Oh. I wish I could shoot you, Hert !" she said. She didn't whisper It. or hiss it. or hurl it. or do any of the things most people are supposed to do in liniments of Intent emotion. She simply said it. mid her meaning was all the clearer. "Hilt you can't. And I'll pound that milk-soof yours to a Jelly every time I sec him. I'd think. Snowbird, that you'd want n man." He started up the trail; and then she did a strange thing, "lie's more of a man than you are. right mw. Hert," she told him. "He'll prove it some day." Then her arm went about Rui's neck and lifted bis head upon her breast ; and In Cranston's plain sight, she bent and kissed him, softly. 011 the lips. Cranston's answer was an oalh. It drlpied from his lips, more poisonous, more malicious man tne venom or n. criao. Uls textures srevnod to on. the dark Hps drew awa No words could Iifjv teeth. him such an effective answer little action of hers. And as he turned up the trail, he railed down to Imt a name that most dreadful epithet that foul tongues have always used to women held In greatest scorn. Pan struggled !n her arms. The kiss on his lips, the Instant before, had not called htm out of his It had scarcely seemed real, rather Jut an Incident In a bliss-fu- l dream. Hut the wonl called down the trail shot out clear and vivid from the silence. Just as a physician's face will often leap from the darkmss after tl.o anesthesia. Something lnllnlto-lwann and tender was holding him, pressing him back against a holy place that throbbed and gave him life and strength; he knew that this word had to be answered. And only actions, not other words, could be Its payment. All the voices of his body called to him to lie still, but the voices of tlie spirit, those higher, nobler promptings from which no man, to the glory of the breed from which he sprung, can ever quite escape, were stronger yet. He tugged upward, straining. Hut he didn't even have the strength to break the hold that the soft anil had about bis neck. "Oh. If I could only pull the trigger!" she was crying. "If I could only kill him " "Let me." he pleaded. "Give me the pistol. I'll kill him " And he would. There was no flinching In the gray eyes that looked up to her. She loaned forward, as If to put the weapon In Ids hands, but at once drew It back. And then a single sob caught at her throat. An instant Inter they heard Cranston's Inughtcr ns ho vanished around the turn of the s eoiiw-ntloi11 11 p y 1 11 1 "Listen. R111." she said quickly. "You beard didn't joti -- the last filing that be miM";" "I couldn't help but bear. Snowbird." Her oilier hand sought for his. "Then If you heard- - payment must be made. You sie what I mean. Pan. Maybe joii can't see. knowing the girls thai live on the plains. You were the cause of his saying It. and you must answer " It to Pan that sumo slern code of the hills, unwritten except In the hearts of their children. Inexorable as night, was speaking lliruiigh her lips. This was no personal thing. In way. it some dim, went luck to tlie hasic code of life. "I'ooplo must fight their own lights, up here." she told him. "The laws of the colitis that the plains people 1111 appeal 10 are all too far awav. There's no one thai can do It. except you. Not my father. My father can't light your battles here. If your honor Is going to stand. It's up to you. Pan. You can't pretend that you didn't hear him. Such as you are. weak and sick to be beaten to a pulp In two minutes, you alone will have to make him answer for It. I came to your aid and now you must come to mine." Her lingers no longer clasped his. Strength had come bail; to him, and his lingers closed down until the IiIiniiI went out of hers, but she was wholly unconscious of the pain. In reality, she was conscious of nothing except the growing flame In his face. It held her eyes In passionate fascination. Ills pupils were contracting to little bright dots In the gray Irises. The jaw was setting, as she had never seen It before. "Po you think. Snowbird, that you'd oven have to nsl; me?" he demanded. "Pon't you think I understand? And It won't le in your defense only my own duty." "Hut be Is so strong and you are so weak " "I won't be so weak forever. I never really cared much about living I'll try now, and you'll see oh. Snowbird, wait and trust mo: 1 understand every thing. It's my own light when you kissed me. and be se-u- ier by Little. Hrown Sz Co bo the same, perhaps, wllh nn Kastern girl. Other things mutter In the valleys. Hut I see bow-i- t Is here; that there Is only one standard for men and by that stand aid they rise or fall. Things in the mountains are down to the essen- 19. "It wouldn't i.nspnx Ti:.T-Ma- tt. :: OtiI.I'lIN TIJXT l am Willi voii always, (en unto the end of the world Matt. 1 iii:ri:iti-:xiM-- : II M 1.'". 1 .Mark IV IMilt 3.S-I- n material-Mi- tt l.uke ? X. Zi.K. John TOPIC Tro'iitl -- 1 Jl'NIuR I'itlMAKY TOPIC -The Easter Our Leader Story Kver-l'rcsc- tials." struggled for "And I know what you said to him." ho went on. as 1 was. I remember every word. Kach word Just seems to burn info me. Snowbird, and I'll make every one of them good. Yon am a better man than he. anil said sometime It would be proved and it's the truth! Maybe in a month, nuivle In a year. I'm not going to die from his malady of mine now. Snowbird. I've got too much to live for too many debts to pay. In the end. I'll prove your words to blm." Ills eyes grew earnest, and the hard lire went out of them. "It's almost as If you were a queen, n real queen of some great kingdom." he told her. tremulous wllh a great nwo that was stealing over him, ns a mist steals over water. "And because I had kissed your lingers, fur ever and ever I was your subject, living only to tight your lights maybe with n dream In the end to kiss your lingers ngaln. When you bent and kissed mo nn that hillside for him to see It was the same: that I was sworn to you. and nothing mattered In my life except the service and love I could give you. Aral It's more than you over dream. Snowbird. It's all yours, for your battles and your happiness." The great pines were silent above Perhaps them, shadowed and dark. they were listening to nn age-olstory, those vows of service and worth by which the race has struggled upward from the darkness. "Hut I kissed you once before." she reminded him. The voice was Just a whisper, hardly louder than tho stir of the leaves in the wind. "Hut that kiss didn't count." he told her. "It wasn't at all tho same. I loved you then. I think, but It didn't mean what It did today." "And what " she leaned toward him. her eyes full on bis, "does It mean now?" "All that's worth while In life, all that matters when everything Is said that can bo said, and nil Is done that can be done. And It means, please Oed. when the debts are paid, that I may have such a kiss again." "Vot until then," she told him. whispering. Tut II then, I make oath that I won't oven ask It. or receive It If you should give It. It goes too deep, dearest and it means too much." This was their pact. Not until tho debts wore paid and her word made good would those lips bo his agalo There was no need for further vvc. ;.in or mom He paused nnd For CROUP, strength to continue. coarralcnL WKrii Croup larturttfl of tbn JclicMful ulre rutiPfJ well Into the tfiroit. cbfft and u.kW lie arms, will rrlirr the cbelini. break concenioa sad promote renful le9 COLDS. INFLUENZA & PNEUMONIA MoU.cn boulJ krrp a tar of Fine' Vajomrnttit ?a.'rc INTr.UMHDIATi: hrihl our I.ivimt Yul'NtJ l'i:ol'Li: -- Chrltt In the Life AND SENIOR TOPIC AND ADULT TOPIC of Today. PI eases Them Af( ! AFTER EVERV MEAL 1 Brame Drug Co. 30c COc tti H20 il ill frzs Xirn or Kit rrrpi'J vnu. ikj iixa we amirs ' N. Wilkri,boro. N. C It Creep? Ceuil. in- studies ihe Himalayas nnd the Tibetan iiiuiminins seem to shuw an apparent creeping of those mountain ranges, sidewise toward the soulli. Surveys may eventually the real facts. 111 Do the Himalayas e CREAM FOR CATARRH OPENS UP NOSTRILS Tells How to Get Quick Relief from . It's Splendid! Head-Colds- d self-gaine- d In one minute your clogged nostrils will open, the air passages of your head will clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snulilliig. blowing, headache, dryness. No Vrug-glincold for breath at night; or catarrh will be gone. Get a small bottle of Kly's Cream llidni from your druggist now. Apply o little of this fragrant, nntlseptle. healing cream in your nostrils. It penetrates through every air passage of the head, oothes the Intlanied or swollen mucous membrane and relief comes instantly. It's Just line. Don't stay stuffed-uwith n cold or nasty catarrh. Kellef Comes so quickly. Adv. y-- Troubles of th; Rich. Dives told his troubles. "Lazarus wants the crumbs and the neighbors want the cook," he couujliiined. Stop That Backache! Hint, nfrnnizinr throbbing backache, m.ij be wru-a01 serious Kidney weakness scrioH it teglected, for it might easily lead to gravel, dropsy or fatal Itright-- f disease. If you are futferiug with a bad back Ixik (or other proot of kidney trouble. H there are ditty spells, headaches, tired feeling and disordered kidney action, get alter the cause. Use Doan't kidney 1'ills, the remedy that has htlped thousands. Satisfied uers I Those ilntl. I J ' Voan's. Ask your neighbor t 1. .'ere fall- .'orest. The fnll had come - 6 ITS' CONTINUED.) OF HUMAN BODY MM "I Guess You Saw What I WONDERS etlred farmer, Iain St., Illcks- llo. Ohio, says: 'had pains In the .11 of my Lack . sometimes It ' as though k were broken, J -- -- o. t fivpr tv lieu L Ihnw liains would hurllyfTcJl, 'is though someone wvSSSL, tere sucking a knife through my hack. ne Kiuney secretions ims'eu too otlcn. ipeciauy ai nigm, anu mey were. 01 dark color nnd scaldlns. One bos t Doan's Kidney Pills cured me and nave nau no umney trouble since. S. m-fi . David Uiilenour. An Oliio Case my when the glorious nngel descended from heaven to roll the stone away from the tomb. ThN work of the angel was not In allow Jesus lo iscape. but to show that the tomb was empty. Chrisl needed not even the help of n glorious angel, for lie was raised up by His own power as Ihe seal upon Ills atoning work on the cross Tlie open tomb and the ungel sitting upon the stone with calm dignity Is a picture of God's triumph over the devil, and the terror of (lie keepers is a sample of what all of Christ's enemies shall one day experl euro when He comes In glory to reign ns King. 2. The angel's message lo the wom(1) "Fear not" (v. fi). en (vv. While Ihe enemies bad occasion to fear, these women who loved the Lord received good news from the empty tomb. The Lord will not long leave thus who follow-- I i in love in suspense and dread. The empty tomb puts an end to all doubts and fears. It Is the evidence that the question of sin Is dealt with, and that God is satisfied and eternal victory is secured (2) 'Tome. oe" (v. 0). The angel told the women that (he Lord had risen nnd Invited them to come and see the place where He lay. The lie invites them to come in Is Hint He desires them to make sure about tho farts. Tho Lord made special effort to convince the disciples of He the reality of His resurrection. remained with them for 40 days, giving them many Infallible proofs. (3) "Go quickly" (v. 7). Having seen for themselve-itheir responsibility was lo go tell the message. While It Is Important to be convinced of facts, one should not slay too long because (here is work to do Experience is They necessary before testimony. were to go quickly to the disciples with tho message, assured that the Lord would go before and meet them. TJ'e Risen King Meets the . Wcnen (vv. 10.) The women quickly obeyed Ihe com maud of tho angel and were running to bring the dieiplesSvvord. .lesus met them on the way. Those who have an experimental knowledge of Christ sin ,ihl go speedily to fHI oth ers of It. All who go quickly wllb JJs message, the Lord will meet 011 tht way. Aviien they saw Jesus, that He was tho Lord, they worshiped Him. ,Tlioy knew-- that He was the Son op God, therefore entitled to be ). T 111 rea-Fo. I. The Empty Sepulcher J. The earthiiiakf (vv. (vv. 1). This I It appeals to everybody because of the Pleasure and benefit if affords. The longest-lastin- g refreshment possible to obtain. kept ed wax-wrapp- package. r lllMlgi ilAVil.-Iratci-rl 5C The Flavor Lasts i in Mil fit 'tt m m m 111 111 111 111 !'' t Remedy Worth Trying. Probably. There aru many troubles which yon cannot cure by the Ilible or hymn book, but which you can cure by exercise and fresh air. Henry Ward needier. "I see the Eskimos drink oil." "Do they get lit up?" Louisville Courier-Journa- l. i vTfl I Examine carefully every bottle ot nealtli is the fahion. Take Garfield CASTOIHA. that famous old remedy Tea, the herb laxative which purifies the for Infants and children, and sec that it blood and brings good health. Adv. Important to Mothers Spanish Lead as Wine Drinkers. As a wine drinker tlie Spaniard sets In Use for Over 30 Years. the pace, with an average of 3.1 gal- Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria lons a year, lending the Frenchman No News to Mother. by four gallons and tho Italian by "Your daughter's little Suitor eleven gallons. hands were never made to work." Iter MMn irn..t.. ...... Mother "So I discovered long ago." tlve coltls. Dreventa pneumonia. SOe. Alt druj- r- -. Sliatoeoff" mm In n..i, Clsta. Kella Co.. Newburgh. N. T Mtrs. -- Adv., Love Is every 111 d sort of soothing sirup fot Nil'. Z m Dr. Terr'a "Dead Shot" not only worms or Tapeworm Dm Cleans oat ... hlh ffiv fcr,l ...I worstf'..-- J. Get Doan't at Any Store, 60c a Box More Complex and in Greater Harmony Than Any Manufacturing Plant Possible to Imagine. Wo engineers are apt to .orget that Ihe human body Is the most wonderful work of engineering In the world. As n plant It Is mure complex than the largest works In existence, John 11. Van rQSTER MILE URN CO.. BUFFALO. N. Y. L3 E7 ers 7" "No, but she forgot to remove a ous plaster she was wearing." por- The Talking Machine. North Has Marjorie any education along musical lines West 1 should say so! Name anv record and she can tell you what's o the other side! Cartoons Magazine. trail. For long minutes' the two of them wore still. The girl still held the mnn'st head upon her breast. The pistol had fallen In the pine noodles, and her nervous hand plucked strangely at the leaves of n mountain flower. To Rui's eyes, there was something tranecllko. a hint of paralysis and In'onslhlllty nbout her posture. lie had never seen her eyes like this. The light that he had always beheld In them had vanished. Their titter darkness .startled him. Ho sat up straight, and her arm that had boon nbout his neck felt at her side. He took her hand finuly In his. and their eyes met. "We must go homo. Snowbird." hp told her simply. "I'm not so bndly hurt but Hint I can make It." She nodded; but otherwise scarcely seemed to henr. Her eyes still Unwed with darkness. And then, before his own eyes, their dark pupils began to contract. The hand he hold filled and throbbed with life, nnd the lingers closed around his. She loaned toward him. As One Raised From Dead STOMACH PAINS GONE Eatonlc Made Him Well ten .ong month! stomach pains, I have taker Eatonlc and nra now without any pali whatever. Am os one raised from th dead," writes A. Perclfleld. Thousands of stomach sufferers re port wonderful relief. Their troubli is too much acidity and gas whlcl Eatonlc quickly takes up and carrie! with "After suffering Management. Ti" e the digestive tract, cried down that word In anger and the lymphatic system, the framework muscle Jealousy. It put the whole thing on me. of hones, the innumerable functions No one else can make him answer; no motors, the one else has the right. It's my honor, performed by the liver, kidneys and no one else's, that stands or falls." other Internal organs. And to go a He lifted her hand to his lips and step further, take the sensory departments. How about the wonderful opkissed It again and again. And for the first time he saw the tical plant In which colored moving tears gathering In her dark eyes. "Hut pictures are Instantaneously taken you fought here, didn't you, Dan?" and developed? How about the phonoshe asked with painful slowness. "You graphic department where the sound Emperor's Dessert Service Sold. didn't put up your nrms or try' to vibrations are received, recorded nnd A French dessert dish of gill plate, run away? I didn't come till be hnd reproduced? And the sense of touch you done, so I didn't see." She looked so delicate that the fingers can lie double thread and shell pattern, conat him ns If her whole Joy of life hung trained to feel Hat spots on a steel sisting of two sugar sifters, four on his answer. ball which are not apparent to the spoons, a pair of sugar tongs, twenty-fou- r small spoons, twenty-fou- r "Fought ! I would have fought till eye? Think of the thousands of funcforks I died ! Hut that Isn't enough. Snowtions performed simultaneously, the and knives witli porcelain handles, bird. It Isn't enough just to fight. In routine ones automatically and those formerly the property of the Kmperor a case like this. A man's got to win! requiring Judgment being cared for nt Napoleon, and bearing tlie imperial cipher of the bee, was sold lu a LonI would have died If you hadn't come. the same time through other channels. And that's another debt that I have You will agree with me surely that don auction house not long ago. The to pay only that debt I owe to you." tho body contains the most elaborate service was the property of a upble-tnawhose oacie ic not revealed. She nodded slowly. The lives of organizations ever Installed In any the mountain men are not saved by plant ; that Its component parts are their women without Incurring obliga- examples of a finer kind of design than iuvmc lijlci s tion. She attempted no barren we will ever approximate nnd that the This Large no effort to pretend functions and their relations are coShe made Dollle 0! he had not Incurred a tremendous debt ordinated more smoothly than we will when she had come with her pistol. It ever be able to arrange human relawas an unavoidable fact. A life for tions. LIN5MENT a life Is the code of the mountains. fow)-contains twice aa "Two things I must do before I can Ancient History. much as the usual ever dare to die." he told her soberly. bcglt.-- with the first Ancient history 50 cent bottle of "One of them Is to pay you; the otlier recorded history nnd extends to the liniment and lasts Is to pay Cranston for tho thing he fnll of the Homnn empire, 17C . P., the average family for monfhs. said. Maybe the chance will never Including all the historical events InIt quickly alleviates pain ctused come for the first of the two; only I'll cluded In the Hlble. The prehistoric from rheumatism, sciatica, neupray that it will. Maybe It would bo period Is the period nbout which nothralgia, sprains, etc. kinder to you to pray that It wouldn't; ing Is known, either from the Hlble or Sold by all dealers. Price 35c. yet I pray that It will! Maybe I can other sources. It has no limits, nnd pay that debt only by being always scientists, historians and archaeoloready, alwavs watching for chance gists give varying opinions as to Its to save you from any danger, always probable extent. trying to protect you. You didn't come In time to see the light i made. Has 14,000,000 Readers. Heshles I lost, and little else matThe Hrltlsh museum library has fas ters. And that debt to you can't be more tluiii 14,000.000 recorded renders (i I Limit! Itltl)S. CO., ll.iltlumrr.5Iil. paid until sometime I fight again for nnnually and Is the largest reference you and win." He gasped from his library In the world. weakness, but went on bravely. "I'll never be able to feel nt peace. SnowHuttcr Is prime when It Is fresh; bird, until I'm tested in the lire before but man's youthful freshness disapyour eyes! I want to show you the pears when be reaches his prime. things Cranston said of me are not true that my courage will stand the If n man fnlls to got what he d test. serves he ought to be thankful. Did to Him." Pevonter writes In Industrial Expected a Feed. Tampering with signs has long been a favorite amusement with young people. To remove the fourth letter from "manicure," for example so that It reads 'man cure," tickles their sense of humor. The latest case we heard of Is where a little boy at a public gathering was greatly disappointed because no refreshments were He Insisted to his mother served. that a feed was promised, and ns they passed the bulletin board In going out he pointed out tint promise. Some mischievous urchin had removed the "S" from "Seats free." Boston Transcript. III. Pr.ylng Money to Circulate a Lie (vv. That Testis arose from the dead could not even b? denied by the They could see hut one way out of the ililllculty that was to bribe the keepers to tell a lie. They hirff paid money for His betrayal; now they pay much more to circulate n He What a wonnbout Ills derful power money has over the lives and consciences of men! It will not only Induce people to lie. but it even muzzles the mouths of preachers. IV. The King's Great Commission (vv Ily virtue of Ills royal authority He Issued this great command to the dis ciple?. In order o prepare them to receive this command. He declared un to them that all power In heaven and earth vvns given unto Him. This Is Only ns the dismost fundamental ciples reali'e the Lord's power are they likely to go about with the message. 1. "Go, teach nil nations." This Is the first and primary business of the illclplcs. The risen and mighty Lord Issues Ibis command to all (v. 10). 2. Bapth.e them in the name of the Ttiune God. Those who have become disciples of the Lord should receive that rite which signifies that relationship to Him (v. 10) 3. Tench them to observe all Christ's commandments (v. 20). Those who become Christ's disciples should be taught obedience to nil His commands. All who thus obey Him shall enjoy Ills abiding presence. Christ's abiding presence guarantees the success of the San-hodri). Nek should be made and livable. These walls should be Ai? nature color tinBs reflect your own individuality anS; throughout be a complete perfect harrrii! The walls of the old home, whether mansion made just as attractive, just as sanitary, through A I abastii. five-pouhand-mad- Instead of kalsomine or wallpaper enterprise. Prayer. In the morning, when you nwnke. accustom yourself to think first upon God or something m oruer to ins serv-Ice: and at night also. let Hlni close thine eyes. Jeremy Taylor. Unhesitating YAGER'S 1 How much better, nhen vou have a new home, to start rirht thin to hav to correct errors afterward from former treatment with other material!, when you come to the use of AUbattine, as does nearly every one sooner or later. Once your walls are Alabistined you can use any material over it should you desire, but having used Alabastine you will have no desire for any other treatment. Alabastlne is so easy to mix and apply so lasting In its results so absolutely sanitary and so generally recogniaed as the proper decorative material la difficult to manufacture fast enough to supply a class by itself that it is becoming the demand. packages, white and beauAlabastine is a dry powder, put up in tiful tints, ready to mix and use by the addition of cold water, and with fall three. tions on each package. Every f adage tf pnuiat Alabastine has cross ana circle pruned in red. HIJtllNIT rrtCNlTIOOt MINUTE Vvim I e color deBetter write us for NHCOTOUWf COlDWATtft signs and special suggestions Give us your decorative problems and let us help you work them out. j s "It I not the spurt at the start, but the continued, unresisting, unhastlng advnnce that wins the day." Owed All to Mother. I am. or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother. Lincoln. AW Advance Wins. Alabastine Company 1610 Crandville Ave. u Grand Rapids. Mich. that If you are In doubt ns to whether thing Is right, don't do It. Uncle Henry's Sayings. cor-ec- ts PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM RmIotm Color and Beanty to Gray and Fadad I 11 nn: ry-rr-'- tor. ana iLooas inircut& Garfield Tea stimulates the liver, Greek Women Aided by War. constijwtion, cleaves the system and about great The war brought drug-istHINDERCORNSeuerea comfort CUt Rrawm Onna changes hi the coiiilition of women In rids the blood of impurities. All . Btop alt pala, loa.ies Vim Adv. xnke wfciklDtr U by mall or at Drec Cneee. Tho.v are now employed In Clsta, Ulscox Camleai Work9.XaeclWcva,2.T. the government ollices in that tountry. A thornless rose would not Impress In banks, and even on the street rall- - people very deeoly. W. N. V., CINCINNATI, NO, ways. s. Bali ft. '. S ' 21. 15 Banner Lye UYE Postponed. Tom Haven't you begun housekeeping jet? Krod No; vou see we're waiting till we have saved up enough to live of our wedIn keeping with the ding preM-ntsHotou Transcript, . Kill That Cold With CASCARA FOR out. restoring tho stomach to i healthy, nctlve condition. Always car ry a few Entonlcs, take one after eat Ing. food will digest well you wil feel fine. Big box costs only a trifli with your druggist's guarantee. but the soil on which they pour would be worse without them. They refresh the fever A Grecian philosopher being asked of the soul they dry misery which why he wept for tlie death of his son, parches the countenance Into furrows, since the sorrow was vain, replied. and renders us liable to our most ter"I weep on that account." And his rible "lleshquakes." James Henry answer became his wisdom. It Is only Leigh Hunt. for sophists to contend rhat we, whose ryes contain the fountain of tears, Intelligent Fig Tree. need never give way to them. It would Fig trees are extremely sensitive to be unwise not to do so on some occa- cold, the slightest touch of "Jack sions. Sorrow unlocks them In her Frost" being sulllcicnt to kill the trees. balmy moods.. The first bursts may be Seldom do they bear or mature fruit VALUE OF TEARS bitter and overwhelming; I. the latitude of Louisiana writes Ueorge I'arke In the Americnr Io other lye Is packe.l so safely and conForestry Magazine. Hut n tig tree veniently, or Is bo economical not a bit wauled. planted beside n No other lye or soap cleans and disinfects chimeasily and thoroughly as Ilunner I.yr. It ney of a negro's cabin near Jackson, Iso not lye. Odorless and colorless, Miss., clung so closely to the wans the Kreatest cleanser and disinfectant the world has ever known. Use It surface, passing round between tU your kitchen, cellar, sinks, dairy,for cleanlu? s side of the building and thence to th( and bottles, for softening water, and the labor of washing and cleaning will be cut In top, nbove which the shoots are seen halt ntAir.ua 'Tirm money like a crown of emerald. Thus the and savespounds besides A can of Hmiitei 1.5 r, 513 crease, of tree endured the Zrost and occasional utes' easy work (no kltrhen or large ten min boiling kettles) pounds snow of a severe winter, boro frull and:o you have of10soft soap. of best hard soap or gallons Ilunner and thrived amid inhospitable stir Crugglsts. Is Is sold by your procer ot Write to us for freo booklet roundings "t'ses of Rnnner Iijr." milk-pan- above 'IHi'. is easy to use Vs- - soap Ihe Teua Chemical Works rhllailclnhhv t'PA Modern Youth. Splcgle of Shelby vlllo went to Sunday school a few Sundays ag and at the dinner tnlde said: "Well, we bad a new teacher today." "Who was It?" his-- mamma asked. "I don't know." he replied, "but she had on the prettiest veil I ever saw." lie celitiutled bis eating for several tniiiiiles ami sniii ;igaiii: "It was the prettiest veil I ever saw, nfauinia." "Well, what was the Sunday school about?" asked 111:1111111:1. "(lb. 1 don't know, but that vvdf some veil." Indianapolis 'evvs. Little William M QUININE AND J Coldi, Conghi La Grippe Neglected Colds are Dangerous Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first anoczs. Breaks up a cold in 24 hours Relieves Grippe In 3 day Excellent for Headache Quinine In this form does not affect the head Cascara Is bast Tonic Laxative No Opiate in Hill's. les-.n- ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT 1;: ii "i ' r jfVll jlLLE. 1 j o several inonllis. Funeral I IV WOIV conducted Ke. ordinp to not of Con- - MV... - J '"ly.V I.ir..ie. of the Sit. Stoiliiu; SinRSvillc, Ky., l'ostclass mutter, ChriMiiin Chui'ih. leave tlirc rjOK'S subscription brotlioir.. Joint of Mt. Sterling, with jlows: v. Ii. mu Ik- - mailt' It's, Kiilianl, ot $1.50 this place. Let ami Arrh, who live in 7.rc. I lie West, ami mu sifter, Mr. All'ivil . 45c. ..y of Lexington. Hi" :is a . n THOMPSON ' good Im. ami hail a host of friends - - - Kentucky. wlio will mi.-- , him. ille, iltSUAY, MAIK'H J4. 11)21. Ill till" light of (Mill Wl' M'l" Jul! .ulioml 11 . fished .... Weekly. F UU ILUuiY, m"",h, frIIItI - !,n'1 wi,s .rntswi A ,im). KY. afu.r hl. "' i'" ,..,, anil lin ill with pneumonia. homo Ik !Hl.iic(l consumption jr DEMOCRATIC ANNOUNCEMENTS I For County Judge KYVING S. ) CKOOKS. CONNK1I For Sheriff S. M. KSTII.I. Hai'h night ah wo lie il'iwn, We lii'iir vtiiir voice :i i licit On earth ami sec eai'h smile anil Frown ami when wo are eallril i world ami all Join ou Dear I through wo lray (loil lo let us (io as pearernl and lirnie us yon. l)enitio: Aaron panning and II. Itott. From our health eoiiies a hitler Cry. why oh why did our dear one die. HOHKKT K. miT. Deputies: David It. Mvro. ami Isaac Then come the thought m miIciii i and deep. Craig. Ho i not dead lut only asleep. For Tax Commissioner It wa the fontMep- - of an augcl that WAl.TKK A. 1UIYD Silently entered the door and too. Deputies: Sam Vice ami Thomas From circle a dear one lo Cr.mcli. Dwell on Ihal Ileal only shore.- For Clerk of Circuit Court. Hi- - hrolher. Iiichanl Carpenter. KAKLK H. THOMTSOX J. D. Ale.ander has nioied from YVATSOX S. THOMAS. Mt. Serling to their old home plaee For Jailer here vacated hy Charlie 1'ayno. SAM T. JOXKS. (!. V. Turlei recoiled word Sal OAUK SXKDKtJAK. nrday tliat hi- - father II. M. Turk-lot- ' FLOYD CKOITII Ml. Sterling, was critically ill, not CLAUDE STATOX. expected to liio. For Representative Mrs. Sue Jones spent Ihe past YAX Y. OKEKX. week with her son W. Ii. .lone at TIIOS. H. KXlfiHT. I Mt. Sterling. CLAHEXCK l'OWEIf. Koo Caqn-nte- r and family spent For Circuit Judge. Sunday with Willie Carpenter and HKXKY It. I'ltKYVITT. wife. For Commonwealth's Attorney. Mrs. Charlie Price was in Lo.- W. C. HAMILTON'. Mason REPUBLICAN ANNOUNCEMENTS i 'f-'i'- " Satunlay. For Jailer KOBF.HT S. AXDKltSOX. Mrs. John Kuzor wont to Lexing ton to a hospital where she was op- For Representative IAS. II. OTIS. erated on.' She is nieely. getting along Mrs. Kl Ifii Stnten has sold her uy unicr ui me uounty uuuri i win on BUNKER HILL home to Mrs. Yates. TUESDAY, APRIL 5TH, 1921 Caywooit continues ipiite ill. Hack Mrs. nard Campbell and bid y at my oft ice in Ouiiig.-vJI- e, receive sealed bids for the maintenance of (iilbert Uainey ami family visited are lisiti'i-- io Cntlctlslnirfr. the following -- ections of turnpike roads in Hath county and all persons Charles Knark and wife at Jacks-tow- n Hums Jackson, of Indiana, is desiring t i submit bids mu- -l do so by one o'clock, P. M., on said day, ns Suidfty. of his parents here. j:ue-- l no bids will be recciied after said hour: Mrs. W. 1). Cniij; has returned Maysvillc anil Mt. Sterling Pike Creek. Come lo Ihe Community Sale day from a il to her mother Mrs. Mar-- Ilinkslon bridge to Step-ton- e Section . Pike from Saturday, Mm till at Hillsboro, K., garet (iloier at Mt. Sterling. Shai Sec 1 Owingsville am Mt. SterKobert Denton, of Spirit Lack, la., 2.". ',(I(MI pounds of stipir sold at to Moore- ling pike to Thus. Karrick's. Section 2 Sharp-bur- g is the ;;ucst of relatiies and friends Denti n Stoie for H'e per pound, field pike. See. 2 Thus. Karrick's to Step-stonat 111 o'clock. hero. Section It Moorofiohl pike to Horn, lo the wife of Arthur Le;;-ict- t, Owingsville and Preston pike ODESSA Helhel. a daughter. See Owingsville City limits to Section I Helhel to Sherburne. (Delayed.) Troup Clark and I'amili, of Little Me- - Mooref ield pike from Maysvillc and Mr. J. W. (iilmore, Maude Old Furnace. Kock, .las. It. Clark ami famClain and niece, of Kichmoud, are Mt. Sterling pike to Nicholas County See. 2 Old Furnace to Preston. ily Fridav. visiting: Dr. II. S. (iilmore and fam- Line Peeled Oak Pike from ily. One Sec Knllil'f pike. See. 1 Preston to Chas. Keid's LOCUST GROVE J. L. Marklaud's family are all abgate. One Sec. Saunders pike. Little Miss Paris Ilomlrix has re(iudgell Hill pike. See 2 Chas. Keid's gate to MontOne Sec. covered from an attack of measles. le to be out after a soiere attack of measles. gomery line. One Sec Convict pike. L. Vice ami family and daughA. Frank Jones bought three shoats Owingsville and Olympia Pike from One Sec. Pock pike. ter. Mrs. Luther Hawkins, of llills-ImrOne See. Sherburne and I'pper Sec 1 Owingsville and Preston spent Sunday with Mrs. (leor-i- a from (ieop'o Turner for .:S0. Hhie Licks. pike to Olympia. Kiddle ami family. OLYMPIA Mr.--. Zola Whittou and fnmih at One See. Parks Ferry pike. See. 2 Olympia to Olympian I'M Bailies and wife and John-o- n One Sec Hig Flat pike. tended the sale of Ihe lale Sara A. Springs. Shrout and wife, of Owingsiille. Bethel and Reynoldsville pike from Valloi "aliirdi.y. Whitton at Sa-rSee. 3 Olympian Springs to Mencalled on Mr. and Mr- -. T. J. Hail I. I! Starks and famili, who hale Bethel to Mt. Pleasant Dirt Road-- Sec ifee county line. Sunday afternoon. Ik'oii here left Monday lo 2 Mt. Pleasant Dirt Koad Owingsville and Salt Lick Pike from Mrs. Xaney .Mays continues very spend the nielli in Owiiiixsiille. with 1 to Junction Owing-vil- le See. Owingsville and Sherto Craig's ill. Mrs. Stark's niece, Mrs. Jacob Warpike. burne pike. Hoi ii. to Mr. and .Mrs. Elmer ner, and lot t Tuesday morning: for See. 2 Craig's pike to Shrout's Mynhier at Middleloviu, Ohio, a Owingsville and Sherburne Pike ' icr home in Puducnh. See. 1 Sherburne to John Hoyd's school house. daughter. Mrs. Mynhier's mother, gale. Sec 3 Shrout's school house to Mrs. Wm. Moore is spending a few SLATE VALLEY See. 2 John Hold's gale In John Cow Creek Bridge. necks with them. Margaret Maulev is able 'o b ml Doyle's gale. See. Cow Crock Bridge lo Salt Mr. W. W. Penix visited his son airain after havinj: measles. See. .'! John Doyle's gate to Lick. J. W. Penix in Iluntingtuu last week. Mrs. W. I"). Tniylor was in Louis-lill- o Sec. 5 Spit Lick to Licking Several new eases of measles are a few days last week for treat- reported in an daroiiml Olympia. Pebble Pike-- Sec Kivor. ment. 1 Sherburne pike to Mrs. Hamilton Pike from .1. H. Hunter and sou Paul, are Horn March l'.t, to Jack Stone and Anderson's gate. One See. Owingsville ;uosts of relatives at Sandy Hook. and ML life, twin prls. Sec. 2 Mrs. AndcrsonVi gate to Mr. and Mrs. Algin Clark nnd Sterling pike, to Flat Creek pike. J. T. Lathram and Sam Conyers daughter Shirley, of Huntington, W. Wyoming. One Sec. Dawson pike. were in Mt. Sterling Monday. n., wore the week "ml gue-t- s .f rel- Owingsville and Wyoming Pike One Sec. Kendall Spring pike. Ellen Leo Conyers, of Washington atives here. See. 1 Wyoming to Forge Mill. Salt Lick & White Sulphur from Branch, visited Idabello Hailey last Mrs Virgil Jones and children, of Sec. 2 Forge Mill lo Owingsville Sec 1 Salt Lick to Dell Downs' Sunday. Mt. Sterling, are spending a One Sec Water Dell pike. with her mother Mrs. Katie White Oak Pike from Sec. 2 Dell Downs' gate to Salt NOTICE OF TURNPIKE LETTING '.. vi-- 1 . .... e. 1 cd Mary E. Oreen k Boon nr. 82a li.OO 7 .ic' Hiley, Edgar ICa Ii.-.-i kniy Mrs. Suliic 10a. ........ 1J.G1 With Pullinf II.ill. Sherman & E mett Texas Lady 1 town lot and Aching Pains '. Her Back, irJ.ui) Wm. 1 11a. I.ul. due. in Relieved. Yhich Cardui ...ims ., .Mrs. Ethel Ilia. . :'..2'.i D. Cook, of M.i rs. Man- - E. 2lla Houston, Texas. Mrs. . 3.21 1312 Whlttr Street, this city, rccentlr ..! iill. .las. j.0. . LM said: "About four months after mj Moore, Robert hrs. nr. 200a ....12.20 marriage, I . . . began suffering much Mi (Juithy, Ernest nr. la ..... 4.2S pain, and knew that my condition was LOG Just decide what Mock- -. Mary E. 2a. unusual, but couldn't was wrong. I had to go to bed. . . . MiCarti. ). H. town lot .4.10 "All across my back and hips wer Xewkirk Mary oa.................. ..... 1J pains, pulling and aching until I could D. H. 27a 5.01 few :ts, hardly sit up. I stayed in bed a Lottie M. 115a. 12.20 days. Jty husband had heard of Carso I told him he might get It. Pattoa. Elmer 55a. .. 10.40 dui "After I had taken Cardui a fetr I'roi t ,r, nr. W. E. town lot ., 1.75 days, I wa3 up. I took five oottlcs and Piersall, Cha- -. T. nr .....o i haven't been In bed since for this Razor, T. 1. own lot 0.05 trouble, for if I have the least symp..... 5.25 toms of this trouble I get Cardui and Kamey, J. T. town lot Shrout, J. F. take it in time. 7.03 "I have a number of friends who Satterfield, Tom nr. la. .....f2.50 they recommend have used Cardui, and Spratt. .1. B. 4a. .... 4.30 it very highly." The experienco of this Texas lady Sorrell, Claude, 1 town lot .. 8.01 la similar to that related by thousands Spurlock, U X. 7a. 7.3.1 . of other women. Cardui Is purely vegetable, and mild Slat..n, P. J. nr 5a ..... 3.73 and gentle in its action. Cardui may .... 0.78. be the very medicine you need if suf- Toegardnor, Julia 5a fering with womanly troubles. Thomas, Jm. 25a. ..... 0.07 1 Tako CarduL Williams, J. F 8a . 7.01 Workman. Sarah 32a 7.13 SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. UNUSUAI a ... 10-25- a, l-- J ji NC-13- few-lay- s Kichanl Carpenter, who had heen j at the bedside of his STEPSTONE hrother Ed for Ed Carpenter, aged 2(5 years tlio.1 three weeks re lurned home after the Marc h 14 and was buried March 15 I Irath f hs hrother on Monday, in the Soldiers' Cemetery at Ml. Little Cladys Miller spent last Sterling. He was a soldier in the week with her little cousins Berkeley laic war, was overseas about IS and Kobert Thomasson at Mt. Ster- BUSINESS RECORD T. S. Shrout comnieneed business in Owingsville, Ky., in 1S90 in Uie furniture and undertaking business, 'and there have been few persons wjio have kept up with the times any "VI n lie. He is one of the first Vof the state lo do em- GOOD r full partnership after eaoh of them had pialified in the undertaking business, and got their lieense to embalm and care for dead bodies. A few years later the automobile hearso liecamc in uc and the new slo"s- ed to Miildbilow i', Ohio last ivak. firm Shrout, Piper and ShroiiJt, ' This firm has m Airs. P. P. Kiel ardsou euutiimts u'y two autc-i- n - J an mobile hearses and in autoninlMl-lirs- c amliuhtiH'C, ii'nrfe. Mitr Kev. VW. T. Haker will t Jiave a truek to take tent and t to I'urial grounds when aca-jHini - O....J also have a full line of auto- iiisi oiuiii.ii . iiiiiruiii'; ami nigui i X.iril. inmobiles to use for the family, cluding Hudson sedan. The early gardener has been git Juring the past 31 vears of this a in his work for the past week. insir.ess ther have always tried to give satisfaction and the public have John M. Shrout, a Moorclield far,ias an un- - appm-iatctheir progress hy giving mer, dropped dead in a Carlisle store equal to any them a good share of their where he had gone to make some by R?i which is verj- - much appivci.itcd. nrchasos. 1 . eo-id1 patron-jeofKentue- Elizabeth is the ,'uest of relatives at Pine drove. Harry Martin, of Charleston, W. Ya., visited his grandfather-iii-laW. W. Penix Saturday till Monday of laat wet':. Jliss Pearl Pergrem was in More-heahaving a firm with thrcb' licensed one day last week. ombalmcrs and a stoc'K of undertak.Mrs. K. A. Swartz attended the ing goods consisting of the cheapest funeral of Ed Hailey at Salt Lick-las-t burial outfit to the finest model of week. 'askcts' iniuV g all the newest dc- Lii'inT Pergrem and family movMi-s lii'-ra- SALTLICK (Delayed.) A collection of .f.V2 wa- - taken at union service at Oiri-tia- u Church io iicrucm oi lamine miii.t.t.s :u China. Mrs. Athel, of (!ov:r.f;!oa, is the truest of her aunt Mrs. I'reslon Kar-- r W ne.i: town Mrs. Leamler Wells has heen very Costigan. Mrs. Jarvi- - and Sharp.-bur- g, .-. daughters, of jro visiting her mothe: Mrs. Case. f A. .1. Irrs. SOa 1II.53 Coyle, M C 1 town lot 12.50 Downs, Wm. gard Raymond Robi- aou "...10 a 2.23 DISTRICT NO. 2. Origgs, Claude 5a . !).07 .f JO.03 (irceii, Wm. 23a K. W. Curry. 15a 4.05 , 10.72 .'ircen, .Mrs .Mary nr. 1 lot McFarlaml. Roe 3?a 0.15 7.71 H i'l Emma nr. 1 town lot Woodard. Mrs. Mary 11a DISTRICT NO. 2. COLORED Jackson, Roy W. 1 lot 7145 Add Hill II :iry Smit:i 1 I t .. ,i '.son. Cole 1 town lot 0.00 '!.(i3 iackson, Mrs. Homer 30a, 3.36 7.50 M'tilothin, Primrie. (leorge town lot lie... & Win. 1 lot....5.52 , Tnlm,.,, Ali, t. 1 .... 3.01 I Mtjoy, Jim. 1 town lot .. ......6.35 DISTRICT NO. 3. .'tVroy, Mrs. Maltic, 1 lot 6.45 (.,;., Mrs. .ionllit. in .fiji'i Kelford, D. 0. nr. 110a.,..11.05 See. 1 Wyoming nnd Owingsville -; i .....V... 3.03 l.ick meeting House. KHznlirth .t.--. .;X.7J3 Reed, Wai. nr 3a pike to Ki Hatchers'. Moore's Ferry from 5.4!) Hunt, Spom el, (ieo W. nr. 4a. See. 2 Ki Butchers' to O. & S, See. 1 Owingsville and Salt Lick jIohhsMary JvCSa. 0.12 pike. pike to Triplctt's gate. t).- -3 j piiriis.' hrs, llmi. .1.. OI..... f f, . ' - ..h.i f.... u. nr :ioa One See. Craig's pike. See. 2 Triplctt's gate to Moore's purvils, Willie nr. Sa 3.1 lor. Martha nr. 1 town lot ..4.9C Harper's Ferry. Kiddle, Mrs. Sidney la 3.23 Waaior James 75a ..........228 & S. See. pike to John One Sec Bascom Pike. : Koysc, Yick la. 4.07 DISTRICT R0. 5. COLORED One Sec Burned Chimney Pike. Moore's. It'iiidl". Ceo. A. nr. 0a. . 2.31 4.51 Sec. 2 John Moore's to Flat One Sec. Mart Jackson Pike.. 0.73 Barnes, James !) a. . White, Warren 2a. CaUnet Julia 1 town lot 2.50r--. All persons can got printed bids by applying at my office in Owinjjs-'"illF. 0a 7.20 Withrow, C. Duncan heirs, 1 town lot 7.36 i) ami all bids imi.--t he made out defining the road ami section of road 0. 4. Ewing, Caroline 3.75 P.. I 11.0.1 nr. 5'a. lo which his bid applies. Emily 1 town lot J Jackson. 5J53 .Io!in Rilev. Elia''i th and Fred The court reserves the right to n icct any or all bids. ' Kelsoe, Charlie nr. 12 a 2.50 Cliol; 1 1.4 J rf- All bids mn.- -t be sealed and phvnly marked bv stating the bidders' ' 0.35 Ca'dwcll, Thos. 521a '(J.'I.S Miller Jan. R 1 town lot .mine, am! the sect:. l of road to wh h his hid applies. Bice, Eliza 1 town lot 3.75 Cro' ey, Jee nr. 24a.............. 3.3C AflDY J. JONES, Road Engineer i)a-'.- il, 0.33 Mrs. Hetsie A. 23.t. 0.32. lewait, Will 1 town lot 3.70 D i 'at't.i i Harrisoil (i(!a. ... S.23 ; SheJtoa, Annie 1 town lot 1 i . n thfi Hfinrl" i ! Prrnf n.nhhano ""V ' 8.57 5.33 T.n:.: '.o, Haryr hrs 5 a Pioinpsoii, Geo. 25 a. land LOU 2a Thompson, Oeo. 1 .town Ii Mr. adinr. A. A. tfclem less liable ..Hj. 2JW 17.iS Warner, Xettie 1 town lot tatks of Acute C!rTa t? Crronle Catarrh. ....6. j3 DISTRICT NO. 6. otiuir r. nr. oiix i I ALL'S CATARRH taken Internally and acts th. -- k. .0..- nr. 2Sa 10.74 Oardner, Mrs. Lucinda nr. 38a 20.00 lOOi. r.xpress f:r.i!inn, I.ie Ulood on the Mucous Surfaces of the w ; ii te.n. thus reducing the inllammatlon and :01'0- - .f3.,")0, 5000- - $7.50, ten thous- - Oil: Daud nr. L: Hat ton, Robt. 7 a S..T restoring normal rnnditions. ( Idy, (.' J. 37a 1 ...":? All DrupRlsts. Circulars free. ami ,f 12.50. Semi lor ' lie" Shultz, Mrs. Annie 30a. 12.83 1 Sh-ril- As Sheriff of Bath county L will -- II for taxes due Ihe State and count! t'-- following descrilfd prop- rly on MONDAY. MARCH 14, 1921. WALTER A. BOYD, T Bath Countv. e li!i!nm- - (loo. 73a 15.20 j DiSTRICT NO. 4 COLORED ekliii. Sam 1 town lot 3.92 DISTKICT NO. 5. Barber, ..3.70 l-- - (- Jerryn , ' ' 2 i'r-- 10. ..... .. 1 6 X. c, strict C-.- trr ..... I i J ' ' ; i iv!i.j .41 5 I. 1. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio. TEST TYPE. II ' '''''' - - :" Sweet potato and tomato plants. Parker Farms, .Moultrie, deorgia. 4t. '""con, Mary P. town 'oi i "(i I.V1 DISTRICT NO. 6, COLORED. Johnson, Niek 1 town lot 5.01 bt emi.nT ttbt Mtr i Tlu mm BOTTOM A The Cheniii-a- l War SenIise en .1 a hotm! ;i y, that three drojis will kill one skin' it t uiches. - has -i'i': who.--e SEE J. R. DAY, Optomotiist. H SEiiGIJ CREAKING GROUND FOR KENTUCKY CHILDREN'S HOME v ; '- 'in. t H.in:. S. i Wl.; m 1! nnd wife, l BROOMS (let a "Crouih" lie l Mari h 'l a son. uc.v !;ut a' . 4 Ml ('..! -r -- . - - .. ' Vrf.V . - t. . i ' ' St. 4 .3; we can get it reduced so we can $0: &Ct .fY all in our own store building: Vii... unan oro 2.1 ' rniCLb Barber rHN, price (i.'r mhI & t . close Ibis week. Sewn million poim V" ;' t o - Look for the RED LINE 'round the top $25,000 STOCK House Furnishings wiJ' be otTered in this sale. The largest stock you will tiud m any tv .vn oi near this size to select from. We must have more room is by having purchased the stock and good will of J. W. Lane & Son it makes us too crowded for floor space. BUGGIES AND HARNESS BUGGY ROBES will be reduced in price in line with the furniture, llubbcr-tir- e buggies S120 and up. Below you will find some of our prices: Rugs 9x12 feet, Axminster $45.00 Rugs 9x12 Velvet $35.00 Rugs 9x12 feet Tapestry Linoleums sq. yd. 17.50 75 Hoozier Kitchen C inet, swing doors, was $55.00, now $40.00 Hoozier, finest CK et built, was $70 00, now continuou- t iron bed, any finish were $14 now 55.00 11.00 .. 5p-., were $13.00, now 10.00 Iroi beds, DaveneH . Mantels, Folding Beds. Way-Sagle- ss -- tor It's a Goodrich Shoe, ihe Brown Gaiter, and it is Allv Rubber no cloth top. Wear it right over your shco, and when you come in from the field or barn, douse a bucket of water over it and it's cleaned. Then a click of the buckles and off she slips and you go into the house clean and dry. But Wear is the big feature. It is Goodrich Rubber and that means fifty years of experience backed by a square deal policy. 60,000 dealers sell it ak yours for Goodrich nsxt time. The B. F. T"-V- Tl Ttm-T- - mi 'ii'j Murl Left to right: George L. Sehon, Superintendent, breaking the ground on the site of the Children's Ntw Home, to be built by the Kentucky Childr-n'- s Home Socitty at Lyndon; W. W. Davies and Leo U Miles, members of the Buildirg Committee, and Hugh Nevin, Architect. 1 1 2-in- ch Goodrich Rubber Company Akron, Ohio 4 ft Anything we have in ur 'house will be reduced in price during! 11113 SSL .:-- . sale. HE ;".- - "I PIPER & SHROUT HI-PEZ- JS RUBBER FOOTWX. Jtt ' work ot the lt k ml in tlie coun-t- r 111 Institutiiiii uiioM mission Is to tn.. .in fr. 11. llie ilutches of evil en-i- f ini'eiit those cliililreii who hae nor .1 imiii with the .iiUaiit.-ii'e.:l.al go f:1 w'ard imimiiI.v success ii: the .. ss world. li. '" inake a ilt' "re out of n s . r Si'licn," Diic the s'eii-t- . ! Ir. Selion tuiiily years n.i v :k .as !n it.s infancy. ."liut today iu ui.iuy bdiools lu Ken- iu'litllli in... n. 11.. ns l.r..k..i Tiu-sthere Is at j tuckj one rliilil who Mart at tin Kenliii k.v 'h!l- Jlareli 1. for the SHHI.iKk) -" ' Mi.n .in. .enon. Kentiick;. 'h.I . home of tlie . iiiiiiuuiij. iiiere is Miiue ue- fln'ii's Homo S01 iety at I.yii'lnii. Ky loxeil man or woman, some b ileore U Seliuii. Iienil rif the sorie-- l siHviifi:l man or fund ulio ;lie .spaile iitarkeil tlie future nii'iiu-tiie- on. was a wanl of tlie Kentm-kto Ketitiu-kchilillionil erwteil hy Home Society anil who now Ki'iittU'ky tiiililreii. would be in the evil .surnmiiilii.s of Mr. Sehon last month ami iced his or her birth, but tor the helpJiif: th:i. work woulil start on the roiin ot hand of the society .March buililli'cs, 1, rejrardle.--s of Jlr. Sel'on Intends to raise the fund i'.i .ier coiKlitious ann the promi-- e to for ihe ;:ae pl.111 iiitltiit!on at LynK.. ''ri. v"s clliliihiioil v:is I.. Mil. Tin don, tliroimh the s':.iols of t::c state. WIIKN - H- ' of the Instiiutton lus been pimhased,' lenvins ali.mf llKUMiO rash n haiij io ie at Ilie .I'Mn.iI nf tin. ..!...- - r,.- 01111111117 , i(iiiii-- r ir.v .1 i'iiiuiion of th.- - Ki'oai s . 11 It is estimated that tills sum will hf the ereii'on of the aihnlnls-truio- n builUins and two double cottages which will lioue aUiut "."1 children each. These buildings will be completed about October 1. As .'iccoinmodatioiis then will be available at the new home for only about M rlillilr.-- .... . i . , ri.iu .ilui.il Ink . uinnii r child! n now are at the home on ILit. iiewaiiistneiiiKr san,iiiiniisoftlietPr avenue. It may be necwar to me 0 iiiiu-ii- i 10 erect some temn.imrv ....1. in-.- . i.. ...111. hn'i.ltn.... cIiiiilhiMMi h, IiistiMd of ..l..:iiiiin- Jlr. Sehon says he feels assured that iiioue in a Ii'uiip riii trom Mime the rvmalniiiK ?1.V.IHX) need.nl to. comlie beMevi that t!iroiih plete the cottage-- village will be raised . o.i of r. ! this the money, each during the campaijfi! this summer. t chiiiiili will be tilled with tlTe : . ith.n at lw new Clt'mati thoiiu'ht of the good dun., with .. . u, locution m- .1 10 ' ty Jlilitary nickel or dine: of tie soul t . has In- i. ite v. :: ;,r the admin!-t- r ii been s;ived or r mid Ion tiu-- i ; f the lottaga ,(ii,i tosvnn: .;i.n. itel bii il.ii.s. a ..ih . . opital, a chapel ,1 1. ;..i. Uiw.ird Ibe and . er ..u i lu.ter to provide Tli.- i.iiiety-ticrsociety's, fain tract loTit ai.d iio'lit uiid ttiao to luaiiacture of iui.d wan., wul be Uie. future hume icu. n wiled In (.'hil-ilrrn- 's 1 . 111 v.--iif ! . 5u-. . e iuriios.