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Carroll Kstill Bvron was in . ii.:loii Wednesday and Thursday Miss Kthcl Myers is visiting si iter, Mrs. Ib.one Razor at Shari Imrg. y. There are sixty persons square tttilc m Kentucky. to til There are still some garden seed, for free distribution at the Outlool .ITice. '. cs Mrs. A. X. Denton and daiight Ruth, were in .Ml. Sterling h - Many of the larger towns of KenFriday. tucky are planum;; to have Milliliter Chirk Kane hns returned from s hools. trip to Lexington and Ci iiiuati. I have just receiveil a supply ol Kwell Shrout and Edgar Dent" Pratt.- - Poultry Food. returned Sundav from a short tr, KKKSK WELLS. to Cincinnati. Roy Johnson and Ted Story, NOTICE Cash mil t accompany copy foi Fleiiiingsbiirg, spent the week-- c here with friends. eamlidates aiinoiinceiuents. Clarence McAlister, of I.exingto Brill! your country produce to ;pcnt Sunday with his sister. Mr Kit the highest market price. V. (!ooiliMstcr. STEELE & CROOKS Mis- - l.uiy Thonas isitcd tl u.-a- Iticouie las collections for March 675.000,-000- 15 installment ngrgegate . family of her brother Richard Thou is at East I'liiim last week. Mrs. Edgar Denton and sou, .la r.tigar, nave reliirueii irom a visit II heir aunt. Dr. A. R. Bell, of Cvnthi ma. Misses Yirgaline Byron and J.u uie . at iee, who attend K. ( . Danville, -- lent Easter with home, I folks. Oscar Chandler, of Walton, Ky.f isiuni ins laiucr imey guanine Sunday, retuniing home Mouda noniing. The Outlook prints candidate's anls ami fence announcement signs. jct us have your order now. repair your watd graphophone and spectacles, clock, cheaper than elsewhere. Route No. 1. J. A. Power will ' - ' ' : .'. J.' ?L. '.V ." ... Walter Hamilton and wife, Get our prices on coal, lumber, Clark county, spent Easter with M I n's brothers Wm. and Cliur lime and cement before buying, ltigbt lamilttii). delivery. prices and prompt Omar Fiv.tmaii and wife, of IV TUB WALTER YOUNG COAL CO yville, attended the funeral of M Farm Waited: I. want to hea.- - Fratman's grandmother Mrs. Emi from party hnviiig farm for sale. Urad'mrv. Give price and descripion. 11. B. Yirgil Barnes and wife, of Win John Wilson shot and seriously Howard, Champaign, Illinois. chester, spent Easter Sunday with wounded Oscar Kiusolving near the Mr. Barnes' parents Mr. and Mrs. while Mr. Kin IIarier school-housBROOMS T. S. Barnes. . was on his way to town ;n Get a "Crouch" tied broom at the Sherman GoodpasterT of Frank his buggy early Friday morning. Barber & Barber IhwI and billiard fort, spent Saturday and Sunday Wilson, who was arrested refused V 4 room, price 65e and 75". Ti'ith his. parents, Judge and Mrs. C. to say an tilling about' the shof'ng. but from what t3, Outlook .Kentucky' oil production .for the Y. Goodpaster. Mark Thomas, who has been cu:i gather frvr. cJ past month shows a reduction 'of Screes the sh n ubj i month be- lined to his home for several weeks ing seems to lit'y 73 321 larrels from the with serious illness, is able to wall- - follows- - nr. was com fore. around in his yard. ing down the road in his buggy when FOR SALE Wilson rushed out from a stable on Miss Lottie Mae Harris, of Lex On almost new 3 2 inch Mitchib ington, visited her mother Mrs. Wm. the side of the road nnd began 2t. Phelps and other relatives the lat- shooting. At the second shot AVngon and harness. SHROUT, PIPKR & SIIROUT. jumped out of his buggy and ter part of last week. tried to make bis escape. Another Miss Alta Chandler, who attends B;st Grade Shoes $10. State University at Lexington, spent shot was fired bul which of the shots We ore selling all our best grade Saturday and Sunday with luw- - pa- took efTeet is not known Mr. will perhaps recover. Wilson Nettleln Shoes and Oxfords at $10. rents Riley Chaiidbyxflid wife. GOODl'ASIER & CO. was rcelased on .f 1,200 bail pending Mrs. Robert Whaley, of Newcastle, an examining trial set for WednesHenry county, and Frank Wilson, day, March 30. Kiusolving lives in A thief passing himself for an of Moorcfield, attended the fuucr.il the White Oak neighborhood and is electrical insector at Lexington of their aunt Sirs. Emily Bradbury. regarded by his neighbors as an exstole five diamonds and two thousMiss Christine Anderson, who at emplary citizen. John Wilson is a and dollars in money. tends Nazareth College at Bards- n son of David Wilson, a town, came home to spend EasterJ citizen also of White Oak neighborSHEEHAN & PERKINS, Painters with her mother Mrs. Etna Anderhood. r.nd Paperiiangers. Interior and Ex son. Miss Anderson will graduate IviW tUcoruiors. We take orders n June. To the Voters of Bath County: of several lines. for John McGinity. wife and four i hil- I hereby announce myself as a lreu. of Indianapolis, accompanied We have just received some un candidate for the office of Tax Comby Herbert Wiiliams, of the same usual bargains in young mens Spring missioner of Bath county subject city, were guests of Hie family of suit j. Thcc iraroients will sell at to the actiui of the Dstnoci iHe '- -Mr. McGinity's brother-Ia-laA. T. the former price. aVut one-ha' . at its primary August Gth, 1921 Byron and family from Saturday till GOODPASTER & CO. and if elected Ed Hewitt, of Bethel, Monday morning j will be my deputy. Rev. Geo. W. Mills, of Perryville, Dr. .las. K. Patterson, president I have bad experience in the con of Kentucky University from 186!) came Saturday to assist in the fu- duct of this office, having been depneral services of Mrs. Emily Brad- uty Assessor under John Oakley to 1910, and now president emeri bury. Mr. Mills was given a cordial several years ago, and beliovo that tu. celebrated his S8th birthday welcome i.y uc memners oi nis lor- - j ca makc a fair Saturday. .e(initai,le !.ier congregation and many other asscMIlent of the j,r(),)erty of this friends. We have this week on display county. I realize that under pres- line of Ladies Silk Dresses at $20 Dr. Scott Goodpastev- - who is ent circumstances taxation is too each. These are unusual values. practicing medicine in Dayton, Ohio, high and will use my best efforts to' Let us show thera to you. came Saturday on a visit to his .pa- - get it reduced. Although this is a GOODPASTER & CO. rents Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Goodpas- matter largely in the hands of the ter. The doctor's friends will be State Tax Commission and to get a struct ;lad to learn that he is meeting with substantial reduction ;n our rate Rev. J. J. Dickey, who was ho matter will hae to be placet be nnd badly hurt by an automobile be sutcess inhis profession. ... a .. i i . . tore that Board in the proper w;x. longing to Keith and Keith at Mays i itinoug .i. uiose nuo inuj ville several months ago, lint- .ftlasonie banquet .Monday cvcunig This I will endeavor to do if the vobrouzht suit ajrainst the firm ft?; were C. S. Bates, J. C. Dickerson, ters of Bath county give me the opportunity. $12,000 damages. Henry Craig, W. R. Razor, C. S. I expect to make a canvas of the Kercheval, II. Otto Razor, J. O. voters of the county both men anil y A heavy blast at the Snedegar, C. W. Lathram, of Salt '! of Flemngsburg caused a large rock Lick, M. C. Hart, who delivered the women and to see as many as In the meantime I ask that io K inrougu me rooi, ceiling aim dedicatory address, of Bloomlicld, of T. W. Daughcrty's lions Ky., J. Ij. Holbrook, of Morehead, you give my caudidaey your earnest '; Varruwlv mi :simr members o" --ihc "CTA: Coffield, of Winchester, J. B consideration to my record for consideration and thnt you will give Ballinger, Ed Hewitt, A. Scott square dealing, honesty and sobrieM. I. Vice, Luther Pieratt, icy & 1 jf Bethel, John A. Dotson, J. R. ty and ask the same for my deputy. Serious Accident THOS. L. JONES. A Tli ftutlnilr lanma ttinf T.ntlo Crcckett, Ray Shrout, Byrani Rat e, The Carlisle Mercury says hoc cholera is spreading to all parts of Nicholas county. ' sk .- - - . r - v : - COU W 1 ; r.tei .. " , . ' . , """" - . r -.-- Kui.''- - so viet road nin, t ril.rtWS"lTOf!rTlie MontL'nnierv Kin-solvi- Kin-solvi- county line to Rowan county line would be built without cost to the county. MASONIC HALL DEDICATED The dedication of the elegant net Masonic hall Monday night brought out a large number of the fraternity, all oYswhom.eiijoyett the occasion immensely as did all others whose privilege it was 'to attend. The chief features of the occasion were the ill n n n ki i iiu y i- - mm The picture you have heard so inuefc Plenty of Western-plentof comedy, plen ty of society, all combined in one big iota, cr f:ra gifteicd aum Urry De I FRIDAY, APRIL 1st Like Butter? well-know- Admission ISd and 25e. wall-pape- r, w lf aide and appropriate dedicatory of M. C. Hart, formerly pastor f the Owingsville Christian Church, r.td the sumptions banquet prepared 'y the ladies of Owingsvile and Mr. Hart!s address was a raiticularly happy one and gicatly leased his hearers. ad-he- The De LaTalStptraier a mow itaqr; its bowl teas at bwcf ipeed Alnroi the butter-ti- l febuki Bnbrotex It n uttd ia poetically 3 ol tbewerkf not 00J7 more ct&racTKJ. because it p" acini but better ucicTm well. Aad the (act that the De Laval rvu at lower speed adds jeats to its life. tkm Dm si fd . CONSTANCE TALMADGE IN Ll Cm i tW Wirtfi "A VIRTUOUS VAMP" An idyl of bright eyes and brittle hearts. A first National Sooner or later you 'will buy a , I . Dwelling Burns. The dwelling house of Julius Bailey at Slate Valley was destroyed ly fire Friday. Mr. Bailey after mak- a Hre in the kitchen stove went out i the 'milk cl Sls'te on an criar.d ai-- when hn leturuc.i found the licusc on .ire ml the kitelie:, attraction. SATURDAY, Board of Equalization Meets APRIL 2 Admission 2()c and 30c. . niii-mic- city-quarr- pos-sbl- c. '' ?- ,.-taimiy- - " Rob-ertso- f- - Monday. root tailing in .Ji thing could j The Board of Equalization of the done to save the building and prac tically all its contents were lost. The Bath county tax lists will begin their loss is cohered by $1,000 insurance. work Monday morning, April 4. The hoard is composed of Walter Shrout. it' S'iarp!iurg; Wilson Ito.d 1920 Assessment H. i he. ; M. M. Ma:,liVf V m The recapitulation of the 1020 '. j1 Wood of Salt Lick; (!. C. Ew-i'iof Bath county's proper! of Owingsville; l.ee I hit ol has been completed, the total amount being $l,VL,l,,'0:i divided as .' dlows: Pre .ton. town lots. Farm l.imls Ill addition to those mentioned .7!)4,0.VJ, personalty .S20,(1!. live hist week who pased the examina, il ck intangible tfl,'22G,-- 0 15. The assessment is about $300,-00- 0 tion for eligibility as candidates for County Tax Commissioner are Thus. over tluit of last vear. L. Jones and Jeff Darnell. Those mentioned last week informed the We have just received the newest tilings in Ladies Dresses, Suits, Outlook of their good fortune and Coats anil Wraps. We invite you to .Messrs. Jones and Darnell did not. Luther Warner, Republican, also see them while our stock is fresh. d the examination. (SODDPASTEK & CO. g, , pa.-se- Y il StOTCil j I'i.i ,al SIIKHHAX A: PERKINS, Owingsville, Ky. s, fj IAfwtsi CARD OF THANKS. We wish to extend our sincere thanks to neighbors and friends for 'tie FmisitM-ide- . To-VMk-Ox" ""S their kindness ami sympathy during the illness ami at the death of our iiii'ther and grandmother Mrs. Reuben Goodpaster. AIL'S. WALTER SIIROUT, MISS KKAXK1K CARPENTER Mb'S. I.'OBERT GOODPASTER. MRS. RICHARD GOODPASTER. All Laughlir mill ught wntclimau at a saw- :if, J. D. Hovennale, Chas. M. Crain at Siit Lick, and whose duty it ol iiarpsburg, II. R. Prewitt and Ti i is to keep up the fire of the engine through the night, urn a piece of slab through hLs hand from the effects of which he had to have his hand amputated. He went nearly the whole night v hout having the wound at Prewitt, of Mt. Sterling. LOST: Between Horseman's store chain. Please and Owingsville a i I leave m .. and oblige. POWER. t t.ioi.- - The Globe Tailoring Co., trill hold It. a display sale at our tore Friday and Saturday Apri. 8th ai.d 0th. An The W. C. ex; irt cutter will tuke mes u.'.-s-. campaign GOODPASTER & CO. Nicholas county has contributed 00 to the famine p.. ,i Death by sta...iiou couth take ..rful toll in that trickc Ch-'n- n ' Neal Giiilfoyle and prohibition of liccr S. J. Watkins destroyed a 'J"i-- , j'lli-ii(cn-hinstill in U'owa e h is the flnr finish Because of the iw, special varnish Lustro contains it drir x'. : a teugh, glossy surface tliat ticars bettu i. . ,ardwood itself. IlamiuV Litstro-Finis- "Made-to-Walk-O- HANN'.V?; T.TtSTUO Ki'ISII i:i:.- - List week. tended to, strict Sundu: br -Vets I Mt. SterThe loosetee . ling and Carlisle closed' Th 'sitay. The aitnouc nio- -t "nx Comniif-- s is a candMatc fo oiier oi Hath cour.ty will pear in noxt week's Outlook. t ' nW .'rsous having cluiins against the estate of Sam'ord Dorrell, or." lor, wi'" present same, proporbt .lo Arnold pnvn at once. , 1. " is the yof any r '.em . wokI li lishing bran.l to do. It vi:l jtain vtd v rni.;h tl?e wood star "ace at on? ipp'ication. Co.nc i:i Oik, Chcjryl &v IatiOam-- . Wtjui otc. r"i-at . p . I U. t 1. 4CiilO, .Vt...., Bethel, Ky. JOjlN T. KIML'ROUGH &. SON. Owingsville? Ky, - , .'.. i , -- . .. . , t-- v IT V :" NANCY SHARP, of Angeles, who says she ceived the greatest surprise of i:r life when Tanlac completely staved her health after she had most lost hope of ever getting ell. aullcrcu twelve v 'I RS. Los A pretty face Is tlio result of a healthy physical condition. "Beauty Is but akin deep yet It greatly depends on & clear complexion. always Health brings wealth oft beauty. A healthy) stato of the system comes with Dr. Pierce's FaTorite Prescription. VJ-"I can highly rec ommend Dr. Plerco's Favorita Prescription as a tonic and nervine for girls and women who are weak and ailing. Before I was married I was In such poor health that my mother instated upon my taking 'Favorite Prescription.' I took five bottles and have always been thankful that I did for my health has been splendid Toledo, Ohio. S & - elnce." MRS. EMMA BIEIILY. 1121 Ontario St. To abort arcold and prevent complications take -- After rcliants Kpross (o. Idirins the twelve years that I fered with Indigestion and stomach utile I tried nearly every medicine card about, liut nothing helped me t I lost faith In everything. So, wonderful restoration to health been the greatest surprise of my 1 lie womU-rfu- l rcMilts lit;iini'I from Tsmlac I :m tnkhiK tin' HHiIUiia- myself, unit we liiith iisroe Hint it Is Hie ndest iiiiiliclne on cartli," siild Mrs. icy SImrp, a iirnmliiont mid highly eined resident of Los Angeles, If.. Hvlns nt CanuiliH street. Is proprietor of the 5.01'ins J" til iil The purified and refined calomel tablets that are nausealess, safe and sure. Medicinal virtues retained and improved. Sold only in sealed packages. Price 35c "..- -' ': .". -- '.."' " - ' shlng my second bottle of Tanlac. 1 now after taking six bottles I am 1 have a splendid D a new woman. R'tite, eat throe hearty meals a day, Joy them thoroughly and am never uliled In the least with Indigestivn any other disagreeable after ef-Jt- s. began to feel nn Improvement on Children Who Are Sickly When your child cries at ntzht. tosses restlessly in its sleep, is constipated, feverish or has symptoms of worms, you feel worried. Mothers who value their own comfort and the welfare of their children, should never be without a bos of ' "... V- - V : A n . . i 4 ly 'ISeforo taking Tanlnc most cvery-in- g I ate caused my stomach to 'iel and I would suffer for hours erwards. I ivas so dreadfully vous that many nights I never sed my eyes in sleep, but now I not the least nervous, and I sleep a rhild. My strength has been iderfully Increased, and I have u more energy. just wish it was so everybody bled like 1 was knew about this iderful medicine." inlac Is sold by leading druggists where. Adv. Mother Cray's Sweet Powders for Children lor use throajhoot the sea- son. They tend to Break up Colds, relieve Feverish ness. Constipation. Teeth Inff Disorders, move and reznlate ths Bowels and destroy Worms. These powdtxs are pleasant to take and easy for parents to site. They cleanse ths stomach, act on ths Liver Trade Mark. and sivft healthfnl sleep Oan't aeeent by reznlatinz ths child's anj substitute, system. Uudhr motkrrtfff ever jo ytart. Sold by all drncsists. Sample mailed FREE. Address. Mother Gray Co., Le Roy. N. Y. Be mre you ask for and obtain Mother Graj's Seet Powders (or Children. s v. I ss&-K.- - : . refers to secular af fairs, hut rather to the church life um "Oh! which was to be characterized by zeal Those who live for gain don't have energy and warmth, being regarded nearly as good a time as those who as service to the Lord. live for service. G. Itejolcing in hope (v. 12). Affliction shall surely come to the Christian. In all trials the Christian should be f1llt.1I with hope of future glory. "atlent in Tribulation (v. 12). . 7. .lessed hope of patience -- !mtst "Madam, alone that I paint; Inside Work. It Is not faces It Is souls." Mad. You do Interiors, then?" Clear Baby's Skin With Cuticura Soap and Talcum Soap 25c, Oiabneat 25 and 50c, Talcaaa 25c y 1 make possible Kill That Cold With CASCARA FOR 1" Tml every Inch or iK'ir search. CTed Ami Income Tax $675,000,000. Washington. Income and profit tax collections for the March lo installment were estimated by Secretary Andrew W. Mellon to aggregate SV.7.T,0N,-i0- . To the close of business March $iM(),(NHMiHt actually had been, deposited from the collections. Mr. Mel-Io- n added. Mr. Mellon estimated on this basis Unit total revenue from income and profits for the fiscal ear, ending .lune "(, would aggregate This amount, lie said, fulfilled the Treasury expectations. ju gawe-wpN.iiggoy-- i skin clear by using them for dally toilet purposes. Don't fail to Include Cutlcura Talcum. Adv. Much Worse. You'll have to work hard If yon want to win Miss Bond, the heiress." "Yes, and I'll have to work a deuced sight harder If I don't." an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Tboe subject to frequent "colds In the bead" will find that the use of HALL'S CATAIUUI MEDICINE will bull J up the cleanse the Blood and render them lex liable to colds. Repeated attack of Acute Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is taken Internally and act through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System, thus reducing the Inflammation and restoring normal conditions. All DniEElsta. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. 1 6j-te- (.ur ' "Cold In the Head" Possible Reason. "Why do people sieak of horse sens with such enthusiasm?" "Automobiles haven't any of It." bonded whisky is rc- erics. The eoiiipanv Ksf it lias complied Willi the law in furnishing rcp.ii is to the state "TTKoyterian auditor every four months slunvlns rtsKiaiion, which looks after the wel- the amount of whisky withdrawn from fare of dependents of prisoners. 15as-ti- n bonded warehouses and the amount is TO years of a?e, married and has of tax paid thereon. Unithree children. He attended the versity of Kentucky and I'urduo UniFrankfort An old painting of Cen-erversity, lie Is a graduate electrical Lafayette, property of the Kenengineer and at present president of tucky Historical Society, will lie rethe electric light company, of Lan- stored to It. C. Ballard Thruston, of caster. Louisville. The painting Is by Matthew H. .Touett and Mr. Italian! will have II. Holding that tie Cdurt A. Hammond Smith, of New York, do Krankfort cf Appeals shall not reverse a Judg. the restoration work. He agreed to n crt of the lower cji rt beeaurc of the pay for restoring the picture It the Inadequacy of damages, the Appellate state would stand the expense of havCourt atlinned the Shelby Circuit ing the picture shipped to New York, Court In the case of Katherliie Veaca's which the Sinking Fund Commission administration against the Louisville & agreed to. The commission also deIntcrurban Italhvay Company. Miss cided to gio tlie Kentucky Historical Veach was killed at Conlta, In Shelby Society permission to nioe the handCounty, last year, when an Intcrurban some paintings of Henry Clay ami Jef car, traveling at the rate of .'10 miles ferson Davis, now hanging in the Capan hour, rammed an automobile In itol, to the Ihstorical society ioojiis in lilclt she with a party of live others the old Capitol. Thesoeiety also gave was riding. Her administrator sued, permission to take the busts of Henry end was awarded damages amounting Clay and Andrew Jackson from Ihe to ?3,000. Her administrator had sued State Library In Uio Capitol to the hisfor $- - j,000 damages. torical rooms. "Then all of love's labor Is lost?" "Oil, no, I can't say that. You see, she's u Illtii star now; nnd by ihe great eyebrows of Venus! you Just see her make love!" "Did Naturally. you like playing In oucl-'t W '', Shake- speare?" "Yes, preferably In 'Muelieth' and 'Hamlet " "Why?" "The ghost always walks." Cartoons Magazine. The Exigent Proprieties. Cautious Mother Now be careful I You are a perfect stranger to that dog. Discreet Daughter Oh, pardon me, dog; my name U Jcanette. Position of Peril. the chief requisite for an Ideal traffic policeman?" "Well," answered Mr. Chuggliis, "considering the way he has to stand by the hour in the midst of us motorists, I should say that, to start with, he ought to have a charmed life." lac Hoi Cholera Expensive. Washington. Farmers of the United States lost about S:t."MHH).tKK last year as a result of hog the Depart1 iiient of Agriculture estimated in calling the attention of producers to the necessity of vaccinating without delay hots, exposed to thN disease. Otherwise lossvs are "Inevitable," the de- "What Is partment sa.vs. Sure RE Wfor Relief Hot water lyu!sville. Kentucky will lose approximately $15,000,000 In taxes for state roads and retiring of the stata debt as a result of the opinion by the Supreme Court at Washington, declaring that the state law levying a tax of 50 cents a gallon on whisky withdrawn In Kentucky Is not legal, revision of the state tax under the Vance law apportioned Go per cent, amounting to $11,750,000, to the state road fund. The remainder was to sa to the general expenditure fund' and was estimated as sufficient to absorb the state debt. mm 7t f 6 Bell-an-s Sure Relief LL-A- NS indigestion -- J TVorming 'relief fbr iheumaiic aches. HE'S just Waistcoat Blouses. Waistcoat blouses of wool or silk Jersey of rich metal brocade have taken the place of crepe and linen shirts In London. These, with two deep points In front like a man's evening waistcoat, are made buttoned with five large white pearl buttons the bottom one of which Is left unfastened Three tiny folds are stitched horizontally on each side of the front Just about the waistline, which provides the necessary loose waistcd effect The back U cut Hive a Jumper New Corse Styles. A few of the new corsets are designed to give a nlpped-leffect nt the waist, following out the tendency princess mode dlsplayod toward the in frocks. The uncorseted effect Is still in vogue and the coreet Intended for wear with formal frocks Is long In the hips and low In the bust. Many of the sports corsets nre merely hands stiffened with of ribbon slightly boning or cording. White or pink are the favored colors, although yellow ind orchid ar shown In the more ex- - j n used Sloan's mm. Sloa JLiniment W. N. - 70 mo A5 overworked muscles. Penetrans vrithout rubbing. All and the quick comfort had brought a smile of pleasure to his face. Good for aches resulting from weather ezDosure. sprains, strains, lame back, CINCINNATI, Na 21 Teacher Itobcit, which Is the Mothers Lead the Way. shortest day in the year? Hickman. The iKiar.l of directors of "Alive or Dead, Get Him!" Children are what the mothers are; Hobby The day your father prom-Ise- s Hit' Hickman Commercial Club were Chicago The greatest t In to give you a lickin' afore you go no fondest father's fondest care can so fashion the infant's heart, or so called together for d!seusslou of start-Irthe history of Chicago was extended to to bed. Ilostou Transcript. shape the life. Landor. a municipal ferry i be operated cover the entire Central West in the The Reason Why. CINCINNATI MARKETS. between Hickman and Dorena, 5Io., search for "Tommy" O'Connor, who, The school teacher was slvlns an They That Bow Heads. Ups and Downs. object Icson en to the Infants police say, shot his way to liberty a point a short distaii'-- be'ow I They that how their heads before cluss, explaining how they are washed, Hay and Grain. A New York publisher was discusson the opposite side. of the .Mi- through a cordon of policemen, killing God may hold them erect before the rt Corn No. :i etc. She then- showed the ing the brilliant and daring Murgot ssissippi. It seems that the late Ir. Detective Sergeant l'atrick O'Neill. yellow 0lfff(V".c, white filfliVic. No.E!e, world. A. S. Wllshire. No. mixed tilfi whole class a picture of 11 sheep and wife. A A Faris bequeathed a tract of land With orders to shoot to kill, mort: the British No. 2 yellow ("'fi (!do. a lamb. "I once heard Mis. Asqulth," he on the Missouri sidi. of ;li-- river for than ",.VK1 patrolmen combed the city. Mothers. Sound Hay Timothv per ton $10 "Xow who can tell me why it Is that said, "describe a great lady-killat 8 the u?e of the c.ty of Hickman as a Kille squads were sent out. Handbills The future destiny of the child Is the sheep has a Miort tail and the luiiiL-.- I.oinlun dinner-party- . clover fejry landing, and tins meeting was placing a price of S'J.oOO on lii head, (!72l.."i(, clover mixed $170 always the work of the mother. $1 !02(i. long one?" bite linked. "'He told me, she saiiL 'that h called to discuss the advisability of "dead or allye," were sent throughout Little Joy Jumped up Immediately, plned women exactly as you piny fish. Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin. Oats No. 2 while 1:1011c, No. .t starting a ferry for the city. yon Only, he added. In the one-cawhite 11 12c, No. 3 mixed 105T I1C. and this was her reply: Not Informed. angle to make them rise, nnd In the "1'lease, teacher, the sheep's tall wn Wheat No. 2 red $1.." 1..1S, No. 3 Debs Calls On Daugherty. with a narrow belt cussed and fast"How do you like your teacher. hnuik in the wash." Every Woman's. uther to make them fall." Washington. Kugciie V. Debs for- red $1..1.'Jl.rl(!, No. 1 red $l.i:l.r.2. Hobble?" ened with the same white pearl buttons. The side seams nre left open mer Socialist candidate for President, Butter, Eggs and Poultry. "She's all right, mother." to the waNtllne and th collar Is a enjoyed a few hours' of freedom here "Has she asked you any questions Itutter Whole milk creamery extras smooth fitting roll made with two r liN sentence in the Fed- ISc, centralized extras ISe, firsts 4 Ic. yet you couldn't answer?" gores. A yoke nt the back gives the from "Yes, ma'am. She asked me how eral l'rison at Atlanta. Undisguised F.ggs i:tra firsts 2!e, lirsls 22 NMpil.-tailored effect. The sleeves and unaccompanied by guards, bis arold you were." Yonkers Statesman. ordinary lirsts 2lc. are coat tailored, slushed at the wrist rival here to confer personally with Live 1'oultry Uroiiers, 2 lbs and and finished with a buttoned strup. whether Got Off Cheap. l, Harry M. Daugherty, Attorney under COc, young, chickens over 2 lbs Kedd The lirst cigar 1 em fcrufmed somewith regard to a pardom from 10c; fowls fi lbs and over !!2c, under girl The Frock of Blue. In my life I remember cost me ten his conviction of violation of the war- 1 lbs :!2c. roosters l'.lc. good" merely thing A frock of blue serge lias Ions time espionage law, was not made pubcents. Live Stock. sleeves nnd a pointed collar of cvhltr tireene You must have had an awlic until after ids departure on the recrepe de china. Cuttle Steers, good to choice $S.."0 fully cheap doctor. turn trip to Atlanta. ff(.!V), fair to good $7.."0f(S."O, common STifi 7..10, heifers, good to choice to talr , pensive numbers. English and Scottish Bread. Silk tricot Is a Loitg Waits. common $S!.2.-- fair to good $"fi-good wearing material nnd is used for Is England for her renowned "And what is that" asked the man to fair $10'7, canners $215.", stock "scones," a form of bread that has corsets of the athletic type. Coutil, from Mars. the food valheifers $."0'7. been popular there for centuries. The batiste nnd silk broche still remain "A telephone booth." Calves (Jood to choice ?1112 "scone" Is a round loaf of wheat Hour to "build young "bodthe standard fabrics. "Do you luck a person up in there fair to good $S11, common ami large ies, the taste is delightful resembling a big bNcult. Scotland ? 7. $.-until lie gets bis numbers" too. Is famous for her scones and "oat "Xo, indeed. If we did, he might Severe Sailor Hat. Sheep Oood to choice .$."..".00 (.. fair cakes." sell chis 0 starve to death." to good $:.."01T.'..'ii. (omuinii $2ff:t, The severe sailor hat Is being worn staunch wheat and malted tailey food 1, fair lambs, good to choice Sill..".!) Modest Start. quite extensively this senson. When Variety Desirable. to good $9rl()..K. becoming no type of hat Is really on my owi "When I bpgniHiii'dne-iIt Is Higglns (rancher) l'eter, when you Hogs Heavy $!).7." 10.7.1, cboico absolutely The fnvorlte Is the fine smarter. married your third wife did you take packers and butchers $ll(ijl 1.2.1, me- nccount I bad Intelligence.' nothing except my own beaver. It Is worn well gv.-- tht fox a bridal 'tour? dium $11.2.1, common to choice hc.tvv "Indeed, that was a small begin head. l'ete Nope! Just took a fat sows ?(iS, light shippers $11.00, riainsman nlng !" Fliegende Hlaetter. Munich. fancy to her. New York Globe. pigs (uu lbs ana less) $i0(fii.50. man-hung lick-man 1 "-. se ten-yeaxl Negro Preacher Arrested. Youngstown, O. Itev. William Anderson, a negro preacher of McKinley Heights, near here, was arrested by Federal agents, who viy Ihey found two stills la the cellar of his home. A Fast-Flietin- Day. continuing It r (v. 12). Only onstnnt and ' int prayer shall "5ve be able to V. 5ove our circumstances and tlx our hope upon Him whose coming shall bring deliverance from all our trials and transform us Into Ills glorious likeness. !. Distributing to the uecessity of saints given to hospitality (v. 13). It Is obligatory to Christians to divide their wages ulth fellow Christians who are destitute (Kpli. 4:2S). III. In His Relation to Unbelievers (vv. 1. Do good for evil (v. 11). We are to bless those who persecute us. The natural man pays back In the same coin, but the renewed man responds In kindness and good deeds. 2. 15e sympathetic (v. 15). We should rejoice with those who rejoice and weep with those who weep. Christ entered Into the Joys of the wedding nt Cana, and wept with Mary and Martha. 3. Find points of agreement (v. 10). We should seek for points of agreement In all things. Instead of being vain In our own conceits. 1. Live honestly before all men (v. 17). We should so live that our characters may attract others to Christ. C. Live In peace (v. IS). We should exhaust every means to bring about If the other party will reconciliation. not yield, we should see to It that it Is not our fault. InC. He not vindictive (vv. stead of rendering eye for eye and tooth for tooth, we should heap coals of lire upon our enemies by deeds of kindness. ). Colds. Cough. J&& omv QUININE AND La Grippi Neglected Colds are Dangerous Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first sneeze. Breaks cp a cold in 24 hoars Relieves Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache Quinine In this form does not affect the head Cascan Is best Tonic Laxatito No Opiate in Hill's. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL WAS NEW ONE ON KITCHENER Great British Soldier Somewhat Out of His Element When It Came to Chaplains. GOT IT MIXED UP THE JOBS But at That, Old Gentleman Had Equipped Coffin for the Crossing of the River. Here Is n I.ortl Kitchener story, tohl by the anonymous .iiithor of "The Mirrors of UowiiIiik Street." Kitchener ns a mitl nh.sorbcil in his profession. Details outside of his ruling amiojet! him. During the early tlnys of the war l.loyd Uetirge went to him at the war ollice and askcil the appointment of denominational chaplains for the various sects of the army. Kitchener had no interest In chap-InlnHe regarded them as a factor lit the tilitlng machine. lie opposed the appointments. Lloyd (Jeorgo litelstod, especially with respect to PreMyterians. Kitchener finally yiclcdd and picked up his pen. "Very well." he said, "you shall have a Then a faint smile lighted his MTlous face. "Let me see. Presbyterian? how do you spell It?" pu.-si- Joseph C. Lincoln told this story at tlm linicheon of the l'rooklyn colony of the Society of Jfew England Women recently to Illustrate the In the old days of New England mm: "An old Cape Cod settler made both boats and collins. One day he was called upon to make a collin to be finished In two days. The old fellow demurred because he was busy making a boat. Iut the need for the collin wus Imperative, so it occurred to the insistent customers that New England rum might help. So a bottle was forthcoming. The old fellow took a swig and agreed that he reckoned he would have to accommodate the gentlemen. In two dnys they returned to lind the old man asleep In the corner, the bottle empty and the coffin ready, resting on two chairs. But the old captain had put a centcrboard In the cotllu." etll-en- ft. Its Up tolfou as a Parent reaVbUdifiad.or that "tastt you feed your hoy or !eu-eia- 1 furnishes exactly ues needed and Grocers everywhere rapeNuts 1 s Ready to eac Economical 1 r V ' m 5 ' SAVED FROM AHJPERATION .Followed Advice of Her Druggist's Wife and Took VegelabjeCompound ;: ... fl pIFk Jf 4 Vjl tl flW 'iJ ' ' Ml . was in bed with a female trouble and inflammation and Ch5"K0. Ill- - "I M P'riJi, I ' f ft "Sjf 't . . . . . . . . .'- -- . . r!: f?v , . '- r- - -. . ' , ' t . '"'- - -- ; SSfSSffwr S 1U1:WIHI ' V tJlMw wife & told me to take Lydia JBi E. linkham's VoRe-tabComiMund and I took bottles, never missing a dose and at the end of that time I was perfectly well. I have never had occasion to take it again as I have been so welL I have a six room flat and do all my work. My two sisters arc taking the Compound upon my recommendation and you may publish my letter. It is the posel truth and I will write U anv me w' wants a personal letter." Mrs. R II. Hmiwck. fiSM St. Lawrence Anac. Ohicano Illinois. Because Lydia l'inkham's Compound saved Mrs. I lay dock from an ojK'ration we cannot claim that nil operations may be avoided by it, but many women have oscnivd by the timely use of Uiis old fashioned root and herb medicine. lc Pmli" rSMi! Iff 1R none of them did mo any good. They all safdl have an ojieration. would have to AdruRRist's SS'Kt &&iMsT ysf yiLilJLI3Liii?m liT , nS5S0lVA-dMC- JfiJ " 4 rtSCTwlffl' '' ' " A .,'. - "A h v M lHtf .'' . 9 l;s-- - ' " li, - 21)M ArSft f!?2ClA 'I lie I. ill CHAPTLR li 12 li "ece-tabl- o , Janet, :i limr was-- ettins up "io iHornUis reoeiilly when she tired this quetiou at her mother: "Where Is my ld sweater, mother?" "Why, yon sent it to the little Armenian's" sold her mother. "WeM, why don't they send It Iwefc? 11Jh i the ttucks km nil the Annen-iflHs?- " enrne Imek Jnnet. Site hfld iHitrd Hliut the Turkish on Intuit In the near oM. but evidently UiMMKht the Turks were a siKH-Ieof Iwrtiynnl fowl, which In her youthfHl iwhid iaslly l nlth the duck. oar-olds I.ci-hiu- c chi-fusH- Turks and Ducks. aw. llnftl cel4. Krlli Troop ICrmrtlj- f or crnp n3 renirrs-t- l TfTn1ii rwuiwnU. free. All tlruK-Cl- tCo- - Ncburth. N. M(r AJt. Provided for Cats by Will. Cols ami slmml the vm cxrn of the testator In the will ot Ahha IiihiM Win1siii. livturer ami etlctiator, which was tiled for prohate at Tort. IhimI. MhIiic. Tlte will cr.ntes a fund for the mte of sick and disnUIrd eats, stHVifktitiou InHits tlmt Mich rare shall InclH'lo the co1Uk of the lmlr of ciNiti killens. a hreetl of felines famous In Maine. cc Garfield Ten. ty purlfylns the Wood, crallcates rheumatism, dyspepsia and many chronic nllments. Adv. lms-ty j The time we Is lost In undoing sne hy decisions accom- plished thereby. . Kailure the harm Is pretty sure to find you out if you think of It often enottzli. First Phonograph Disk. The llrst honorHphic disk Is still In existence. In the Smithsonian InIt was stitution at Washington. made In ISS7, hy Kmll ISerliner, and Uie first son-- : sun;; on : phonographic disk was "The Sweetest Story Kver Told." Tlie original disk that Uerllncr experimented with is of glass. A coat of soot was rubbed oer the surface. The revolution of the machine caused the needle to scratch the sound Into the glass, and thus make lines. Thus the voice of a person singing Into the horn was recorded. From It a zinc disk was then made, and a copper jatrix was the next step. From the jjirtx all records were cast, ihlrty- r years ago uii mushed records were of rubber. Today the finished record is made of various chemical compositions, with a gool proportion -f robber. There were five steps In castltifTttre first disks, whereas today only three steps are necessary. First, there Is the wax disk, which records the voice. Then the matrix is cast, and finally the complete record. .r ' WATCH THE BIG 4 Stomach-Kidneys-Heart-Liver Keep the vital organs healthy by regularly taking the world's stand- ard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles COLD MEDAL The National Remedy of Holland for centuries and endorsed by Queen Wilhel-minAt all druggists, three sizes. Look for l! umi Cold Medal on crery box and ccept no isulatioa NEURALGIA ? Go to your druggist or dealer and ask for a package of WHITE CAPS narcotic ot prohibitive drugs. Trial Sisp 10 ctt. EecnUr Size 2S ctt. amipT BROS. CO, Baltimore, Sid. and get relief, with no bad after effects. You can depend Upon White Caps. They contain nc Ttie i.iiiis ifii unceasingly for s, thiys: not n dounmttr hut n iiisi.int drl77lo Hint made the distant ridges smoke. The parchcil cnrlh seemed to Miinok its lips, and little rhiilcls to fall and tumble over th IhmN of the lr- - streams. All danger of forest tire was at once removed, and Snowbird was no longer needed ji a lookout on old llald moiiutaili. She went to her own homo, her companion iiiok to tin- - nlloy; mid now Hint his , sister IihiI Inkeir his plnce as Itlll had gmie down tit the lower foothills with a gnut Kirt of the slock. 1mii siwiil ilifsc minv loi'NIi. c dHJs 111 toll on the lull-'ehloi-t'- lf l4isirallv st ihut li. imulil p.1) ills debts. It wa no grout pleasure, these rainy days, lie would have creaily llketl to have Hngcnsl In the square iHoiinlaln house, listening to the iptlet murmur of the rain on the roof and watching Snowbird at her household tasks. She could, as her father had sttld. make a biscuit. Sin- toiihl also roll up sleeve oor trim, brown arms and with entire go.l burner do a week's laundry for three hardworking men. Me would June lild to sit with lier. through the long afternoons, ns she knitted beside the fireplace to watch the play of lier graceful lingers and perhaps, now and then, to touch her bauds when he held the skeins. Hut none of these things Me drove himself from till dark, del eloping his boi'y for the lesis tlmt were sure to come. The first few das nearly killed him. In the chill rain, lie nnd one anxious nljht he developed all the symptoms f pneuinonln. Such n sickness would hsive boon the one to make the doctor's thing needi-prophecy come Irne. Hut with Snow bird's aid. and numerous hot drinks, he fought It on. She had miide him go to bed. and :io liunmn memory could be so dull a to forget the little. wIiNimtihI message that she gave him with his Inst sji,m r. fill of medicine. She said she'd pmj for blm. and she meant it too -- Pieral. entreating prayer that coulil not go unheard. She was a mountain girl, and her Itoliefs were those of her ances ter simple and true and wholly Hut he nadn't wltlmut affectation. relaxed thereafter. lie knew the time had come to make the test. Night after night he would go to bod half sick from fatigue, but the mornings would find him freh. And after two weeks, he knew lie had passed the crisis and was on the direct road to complete recovery. Sometimes he cut wend In the forest: first the felling of some tall pine, then the trimming nnd hewing into two-folengths. The blisters came on his hands, broke and bled, but finally hardened Into callosities, lie learned the most effective stroke to hurl a shower of chips from beneath the blade. Ills back and limbs hardened from the handling of heavy wood and the cough was practically gone. His frame filled out. Ills face became swarthy from constant exposure, lie g.llniMl In weight. One cloudy afternoon In early November found Silas Lennfrx cutting wood.on tjje rit'.-- o behind his bouse. It wns still an open question with him whether he and his daughter would attempt to winter on the Pivide. Pan of course wanted to remain, yet there were certain reasons, some very definite nnd others extremely vague, why s he prospect of the winter in the did not appeal to the mountaineer. In the first place, all signs pointed to a hard season. Although the fall had come late, the snows were exceptionally early. The duck (light was completed two weeks before its usual time, and the rodents had dug their burrows unusually deep. too many months of snow weigh heavily upon the spirit. The wolf packs sing endlessly on the ridges, and many unpleasant things may hnp-peOn previous years, some of the cabins on the ridges below bad human occupants; this wilder the whole region, for nenrly seventy miles across the mountains to the foothills, would he wholly deserted by human beings, riven the ranger station, twelve miles across a steep ridge, would soon be empty. Of course a few ranchers liad homes a few miles beyond the river, hut the wild cataracts did not freeze In the coldest of seasons, nnd there werc'no bridges. Ilesldes, most of the more prosperous fanners wintered In the valleys. Only a few more days would the road be passable for his rar; and no time must be lost iu making .his decision. Once tile snows came In reality, there was nothing to do but stay. Seventy miles across the uncharted ridges on is an undertaking for which even a mountaineer has no fondness. It irlght be the wisest thing, ef'er nil, to load Snowbird and Oan le-pihottse-k.t'per- lle s. - tran-fpiret- l. 1hv-llu- .. :. Hie li. roundup would soon lc t'otc.plctt tl. I'.ill would I'd hi n I'M .1 few tl:is from the ;illcs wild li' " equipment to leplniv the broken light-isjsieni on (he ear. and they coulil avoid the bitter cold and snow that Lennox had known so long. He chopped at a groat log and wom!ered what would suit him heller the comfort and afetj of the valleys tir the rugged ylory of the ridges. Hill at that Instant, the quint Inn of whether or not he would winter on the I niIc was for him. And an illsl:tut w:is nil lh.1t was llltsle.l. I 'or the period ot one breath lie lorgot to be watchful and n .il:iio . I read Spirit I Inn abides much in the forest saw Its chalice. lVrhnps he hail lived Ion. in ibe mount. tins mill gnnru tjireless of them: nil altitude Iliat Is usiiallv punished with ilea Hi. lie had just icllii a tru-- . nnd the trunk wan still attache, to the stump to, i( strip of burl; to which a litile ot the uootl adhen-i- l He struck a fmioiis blow at It with his av lie hadn't considered that the ins-laon a steep slope. As the blade fell, the gn at trunk simply seemed tn leap. Lennox leaped loo. iu a frenzied effort to save his life; hut already the leafy bows, like the tendrils of some great amphibian, had ti n t t :u.uinl bis legs. He fell, struggling; nud then a curious darkness, streaked with tlame. dropped down upon him. An hour later he found himself lying on the still hillside, knowing only a great wonderment. At first his only Impulse wok to go back to si,, .p. lie didn't understand ibe gniyuess that into his cur ami vnllejs. -- y v d --I ' ' " . . . . ;.- - v ' 0 ' 'v ,r nr.' , 1 W fc -! V I. I i' 1 "WAT 7 "J JTUTi Enn ine. ill i snow-field- n. snow-shoo- s lenglh. and tug- "ging upward with her arms, was had come upon the mo'int.iln world, able to do it. Hut It was fairly easy. his qvvnimo1!e feeling of numbness, In her desperation, to carry him down of endless soaring through infinite the hill. What rest she got she took spaces. lint he was a mountain man. by leaning against a tree, the limp and that meant he was schooled, be- body still across lier shoulders. yond all things, to keep his l. It was a distance of one hundred He made himself remember. Yes yards in all. No muscles but those he had been cutting wood on the trained by the outdoors, no lungs exhillside, nnd the shadows had been cept those made strong by the jnoun. long. He had been wondering whethstood that nlr. could er or not they should go down to the tain laid him onhave own bed, on test. She tho his valleys. lower lloor, and set his broken limbs He remembered nnr; the last blow the best she could. She covered blm and the rolling log. He tried to turn up with thick, lleecy blankets, and set Ills head to look up to the hill. a bottle of whisky beside the bed. He found himself whnllv unable to Then she wrote a note to Pan nnd do It. Something wracked him In his fastened It upon one of the Interior neck when he tried to move. Hut he doors. did glance down. And yes. he could She drew on her boots turn In this direction. And he saw needed sorely for the steep ellmli the great tree Inink lying twenty feet and pocketed her pistol. She thrust a below- - him. wedged In between the handful of jerked venison Into the young pines. pocket of her coat and lighted the lanHe was surrounded by broken fragtern. The forest night had fallen, soft ments of limbs, and It was evident and vibrant and tremulous, over the that the tree had not struck him a heads of the dark trees when she full blow. The limbs had protected started out. him to some extent. No man Is of (TO UK CONTINl'KD.) such mold as tn bo crushed under the solid weight of the trunk and live to Remarkable Diary. remember It. He wondered if this Popvs' diary is a unique work hy were the frontier of death the grny-nes- s Siimuel I'epys giving a that lingered over hifii. He curious and faithful account of the seemed tn be soaring. times in Kngland from Ift'O tn lfitTO, He brought himself back to earth It Includes almost every phnse of puband tried again tn remember. Of lic and social life, from the gayetles of course, the twilight had fallen. It had tho court to the pettiest detail of been lale afternoon when ho had rut week-daexistence. The hook is writthe tree. Ills hand stole along his ten in shorthand, nnd was not discovbody; ..ml then, for the first time, a ered until a century after the author's hideous sickness came upon him. His death. It was deciphered and d hand was warm and wet when he (although In u mutilated form) brought It up. The other hand he hy Lord ISrsyhrookc In couldn't stretch at all. The forest was silent around him. Duty Still Is to Give. except a bird calling somewhere near It is another's fnttlt If he Is ungratethe house a full voice, rich and clear, ful, hut is mine if I dc not give To and It seemed to him that it had a find one thankful man I will oblige a quality of distress. Then he recognized great many that are not so. Seneca. He Fell Struggling. (irCK!-lT(KIy pub-lishe1S-J- utor has succeeded v fuel oil engine of aar sign. In which the ex cessively high compressions of this tjpe are eliminated, says Popular Mechanics .Magazine. Owing to the use jet and of an Improved u method of preheating the oil, it is claimed that the power impulses are smooth expansions rather than abrupt, nicking explosions, and that, for tills reason, the engine can he built lighter than existing models of heavy oil burners, making It suitable for Installation iu passenger. autonioblleM and motortrucks. n alrnlune. one of the 'smallest in the word!, which Is planned to take the place of motorcycles for certain messenger work. The plane has n wing spread of only 20 feet aud stunds 7 feet high. It will carry a luad of 1110 pounds and with Its power motor make.-- i 03 miles nn hour. Remarkable Belgian Gun. One of the most curious products of the Ilelglan gllIlmakers, art. says Popular Mechanics Magazine. Is now In the possession of u Colorado sportsman. This gnu Is remarkable for Its arrangement of seven barrels In one, the composite tube with Its cluster of parallel bores being about the size of shotgun barrel. Seven a heavy-gaugcaliber rille cartridges are Inserted In the breech openings, and fired simultaneously by a single firing pin and hummer. The shell ejector is a removable disk with seven holes, which swings back when the lock Is opened. e iic appearance of the . the de(ii.arr .. Amerl-messeng- tr Good if " " " IUU Charac-' I I ter Illustration 0f'German in Simplicity "Olsplayed ranee. Soldier th f by Schools and Museum Natural history study in Cleveland. O., will be enhanced by nllillntiou of the public schools with the museum of natural history to be established In that city. At consultations of the museum director, the superintendent of schools and the staff of each, tentative plans were formed hy which the resources of the museum may be utilized by the school children. The museum probably will not be built for two or llirec years. Ilow'd yea get all mashed up this way?" asked the doctor. "Itevolver." replied the victim. "IJut you aren't shot." "It was a revolving door." Revolver. In Dr. Ptei7- - "Dtti Shot" la not a "loi-nge- " or "lrep," bur a real flo of mpdlcln which cleans out Wortni or Tapeworm with a atngle dose. Adr. Whitman Sought by Collectors. Walt Whitman's manuscripts and first editions are now bringing high returns to the rare book dealers. Gabriel Wells, the dealer In fine hooks, has sold the manuscript of the poem, Oak In Hall of Fame. "After All Not to Create Only," for Hefore Iiasklng Hidge, N. J., took $1,500. The latter half of the poem Is Brings It On Himself. In the world nn oak stood Its place Mabel Some glrlu marry for mon- written on the reverse side of the stathere. The people of this Xevv Jersey ey, some for love. tionery of the United States treasury town can trace the tree's history for Harold And nil because some silly department. In which Whitman was a 100 years, but the church Is only "W man asks them to. Loudon Answers. clerk at the time. Commenting upon years old. It has Just celebrated the value of first editions of "Leaves of Miss Margaret Hitchtlmt event. If a man Is able to collect his Grass." Mr. Wells says that they have cock of Morrlstovvn. and Mrs. Wil- thoughts he can pull through with- doubled in value duriug the last five liam I). ISaneker of Iiasklng Itldgc out borrowing frouhle. years. nominate the tree for a pluce In the Hall of Fame which the American Stout women and large plaids, Success Is sometimes In knowing Forestry association Is compiling of when to quit. Speculators should bright colors and shiny materials ara not nillnltles. trees with a history. The tree has know this. feet 0 feet n circumference of 15 above the ground. Indian Chief Drives Auto. An Indian Chief. Tony Tommy, of the Florida Seminole, who still wear the garb of their forefathers'. Is the first of his tribe to buy and operate After a course his own automobile. of Instruction at a garage in Miami, tho chief now rolls into town each week from his village, near Fort Lauderdale, at the wheel of his machine, but with a pair of horn-riglasses as Ids only other concesslor to the ways of the palefaces. He Wasn't Looking. "And when you went down for the third time the whole of your past life, of course. Hashed before, your eyes7" asked the sympathetic old lady. "I expect. It did, ilium," nnswerej Longshore ltilly, "but I 'all 'em shut at the time, so I missed it." No Results Apparent. felualncd at Ono American Lille during the German occupation used his time to study German character. He told Mrs. Corrlna II. Smith and Mrs. Caroline I'. Hill, authors of "Itising Above the Itulns in France," one astonishing thing that he had noticed the childish unreasoning confidence that the German soldier had In whatever he was told by his superiors ami he pive this example of It. "I knew German." he said, "and one day I talked with a German sentry who was standing over some French civilians at work in a field. He was reading a newspaper and, turning to me, said Indignantly. 'The French say we force civilians to work against their will. That's not true; .this German paper denies it.' "I looked at blm In amazement and nsked, 'Well what are you doing yourself, standing here with your gun over these poor people? " 'If I did not,' was his naive answer, 'they would run away." Pennsylvania and the states and north do xiot produce , ot the work animals they use and are constantly drawing on the Central West for their wor!islnc,ll3rof.. these are farm chunks sold directly"" to eastern farms, while others are horses produced and worked on the farms of the Mississippi valley until five or six years old, then passed to eastern cities, where after six or eight jears of service they ore resold as d horses to dealers, who sell them at a very nominal figure to farming sections of New England to work the balance of their days. Such horses represent a complete cycle from farms to cities and back to farms again. It is more true now than In the past, that the good horse or mule pays n profit to the producer, the dealer and ultimate user, while the poor one loses money to all one-foursore-footecity-wor- n -- 4 concerned. Exchange. To Da Proved. Voter (at local election) Is Ilrovvn n good man? Teller Oh, he's n good man, but I don't know that he's one of the elect. Loudon Answers. SWAMP-ROOT Do you Natures grains make a fine know v I w rm vm 'm FOR table drink? KIDNEY AILMENTS There is only one medicine that really as a medicine for tasda out curable ailments of the kidneys, liver and bladder. stands the Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t highest for the reason that it has proven to be just the remedy needed in thousands upon thousands of distressing cases. Bwarap-Eoo- t makes friends quickly its mild and immediate effect is soon realized in most cases. It is a gentle, healing vegetable SEE DOOM OF BOLSHEVISM Freed From Torture Estonia Cleared His Up-S- et Stomach t jr. j "The people who have seen me suf fer tortures from neuralgia brought on hy an up-sstomach now see me per fectly sound and well absolutely due to Eatonlc," writes It. Long. Profit by 3Ir. Long's exicrience. Keep your stomach in healthy condition, fresh and cool, and avoid the ailments: that .come from nn acid condition. Hatonlc brings relief by taking up and carrying out the excess acidity and gases docs it quickly. Take an Jiatonic aftet oating and see how wonderrullj it helps you. Big box costs only o trice with your druggist g XJarantee. Confidence Expressed r.t Washington That the Movement Will Collapse During the Coming Winter. Washington.- - --There Is expectancy on the part of both Stale department and diplomatic observers here that bolshevism In Itnssla will ollapse In the cotujng winter, and American officials are most interested in what may take Its place. Heports to the depart-ecrument 'iid'cat' hnf there Is ?eseence of Zemstvn-powe- r and functioning nud It is hoped from these organizations mny be evolved a cent tnl authority which will obtain the support of all the poop. There is a possibility. It Is pointed out. that anarchy might attend the death of bolshevism In Kussla and throughout the soviet areas become worse, even than they are today. It Is considered questionable, however, whether It would be expedient for the poworr to Intervene In lliisslg, although there rhnuld he general chaos and anarchy, as a strong fnltli Is felt In the genius of the Itusslan people nnd their capacity to set up their own government without foreign Interference or assistance. Kcpolts reaching the State department indicate that Gen. Wrangel Is receiving the support of the masses wherever he goes in south Ilussla. keyless padlock Is opened bj grav lty. To open you must know exactly what ntv'le to hold It nt while manipulating. A POSTUM 1) ' to Cereal is made of selected wheat, "bran andmolasses. Boil it for twenty minutes or more, and you obtain a"beverage of rich, delightful in every way healthful fla-uor,thatis collapse, with grim dyspepsia holding Chefs May Be From France, He Ad. me in its grip. Without Inking buck iiti.v thing that I have said about Amer-ica- f mits, but They Have Strange Dishes. expeditionary force cooks being rank amateurs. I must take off my I'nris. General Fayolle sahi upon hat to American chefs. There were his return recently from his three many banquets, luncheons, and I surweeks stay in the United Stales: "I vived them nil." To the suggestion that most of the and have Just discovered Amerli-.- i. America has conquered me. It Is a chefs at 'he leading hotels were French. General Fuynlle replied: wonderland. "They mav he. hut thev certninlv "It has ijgen a hard fight, those thrive jwW'ttmlergoiietnp evolution, for they FAYOLLE LIKES U. S. FOODS on. "I come hack on the verge of had many strange dishes of their own. that mention this paper. Adv. compound. Etart treatment at once. Sold at all drug stores in bottles of two sizes, medium and large. However, if you wish first to test this grca preparation send ten cents to Ur. & Co., Dinghamton, Klh Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and r. "Father, didn't you ever get licked when you were a boy?" "Indeed, I did." "Well, then, what's the use trying !t on me?" From Life. True to Tradition. Dog Dealer Yes, ma'am, this Is a Huston terrier. real lioston-breLady Indeed We ma'am. Dealer Yes, Dog couldn't get him to cat like the other dogs. He'd nearly starved before we found out we had to say, "dinner Is served, Waldo." Exchange. d 1 "I have had n grandiose reception I shall never forget, nlthough 1 tun certain that It was tint for nu person.iUy, but because I represented Marshal Foeh nnd tho French army." In A rnnn mny be poor and proud, but who over heard of a rnnn being rich nnd humble? Postum Cereal is free from harmful elements, and is economical "There's a Reason' the Night SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE mi m Ind. Frederick V -Wessler got out of bed nnd went out J on the back porch to quiet u bln"k flit Wlltpll 1TVk... t,liM. i ,,' Kicked . lit the Cat, he ; Off tllO "m"i fell Ma for Tree iiui-cauu uis necK was broken. All Cats Are Dlack. : i lifgsv Cloon -ryoCera OMkrlarlixCo.ChluCO.UU Cloar Healthy Mt) (eepYouo- - Morning Nidht Eyes - ii.rn.-iM- i t Harry Did you ever make a Just Once. puli-ll- c speech? George Yes, Just once. 1 ninde a proposal to my girl over the phone. Mackly Postum Cereal Compariy.Inc. Battle Creek.Michigm. r ' i a." ' INPIKE LETTING! PKkiteV W'WC: I ;r ;...,: . Cardinal Cilihous, ranking Catho Crrdiey, Joe nr. 3JR lie prelate in America, died at Ital Daniel, .Mrs. Betsie A. 23a 6.32 n innre 'Ii..r-- . Cardinal (!i 8.23 Diiiuthni Harrison 66a. --. RIL 5TH, 1921 iived a ng a.i useful life. It w.ll I aath.t.i, Xoah In. 5.33 sealed bills for the maintenance of c hard to till his plai e. II win .Juliu 2a. . .. 4.90 ads in Batli county and nil persons W. inglish nr. udmr. A. A. one o'elock, P. M., on said day, as Kiifdisdi la 17.48 the r: Is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Melds, Mrs. Sallie E. nr. 81a ..6.53 Creek. Those subject to frequent "colds In the head" will ttnd that the use of HALL'S Ferguson, Lec N". nr. 28a. 10.74 Stepstono Pike from CATAK111I MEDICINE will build up the System, cleanse the Blood and render Gilbert, David nr. In. Ster-lin- t; atSee. 1 Owingsvillr and Jit. them less liable to colds. Repeated J2J33 tacks of Acute Catarrh may lead to (!dy, 0 J. 37a pike to TIio. Knrriek's. Chronic Catarrh. i f6 HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE ts 'irigg... Colliiis -- s'p Sec. 2 Thos. Karriek's to Step-ston- e. taken Internally and acts through the town 'ot (treen, Mary Dlood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System, thus reducing the Inflammation and Mary E. fireen & Boon nr. 82a D.G0 restoring normal conditions. Owingsville and Preston pik- eAll DrujcKlsts. Circulars free. 72 Ililey, Kdgar IGa F. J. Cheney & Co- - Toledo, Ohio. See 1 Owingsville City limits to Hackney, Mrs. Sallie IGa. Old Furnace. TEST TYPE. Hall. Sherman & Emmett Sec. 2 Old Fiinini'f t Pnston. Man rwteM 1 town lot Peeled Oak Pike fron- vIiigiam, Win. 141a. hal. due.... 'J2.n0 Sec. 1 Preston to Clias. lfeid's .I.dmson, .Mrs. Ethel 10a. . ::.2U rate. 3.21 Mvers, .Marj" E. 20a SEE J. R. DAY, Sec 2 Chas. KeidV ;ate to Jfont- I "1 .las. tOj. Optometrist. (Jomery line. Moore, Robert hrs. nr. 200a ..12JG Owingsville and Olympia Pike from 4.2S McQuithy, Ernest nr. la. Sec 1 Owingsville and Preston 1.615 Meeks, Mary E. 2a. LIVER McCarty, I). H. town FOR piko to Olympia. 4.10 lot Sec. 2 Olympia to Olympian N'cwkirk Mary 5a 1.93 ' 1 1 1 "Cold la Head" I. 4-- Vl ...I2jl s -- I TORPID it 'lf ;t - ;f v. : .K ' ' . :'J-?-l' A- - : -- . - ':: ' .'. ; ': V mm v L3 4 .1 Ir. V. M. FerirUKOn nnd lJobefhompsOf this place, Mrfr ' kct MrB.KdnaiPeed, ot Owingsville, were 1 in i v i. pri inf. nni guests of Mrs. Goplicr Sunday fttjj smcnt of Bath i v Mrs. Walter HCock, of . ., the taxpayers who I tllltl f TmTnToi ...e extent "j"'i'"iny to tne ocreav- - own land in the steep, rocky knobs TJK O. P. Clark, of Wnchester. ed family. , and in the sage valleys and in the visited liis sister, Mrs. N. Clark Miss Artie Kirlcaid, of Mt. Sterin; black jack and sassafras bushes Sunday. and Misses Cora and Dea Carpenter Miss Bettie Blevins and Mrs Fjnia of this place spent Sunday with Miss that there is a move on foot among some individual taxpayers who own lilcvins spent the week-en- d with the Annie Ray. some of the very best land in the iatter's parents, Mr. and frs. Mrs. A. B. Tboniason and children county. These individual taxpayers at Prcsten. of Mt Sterling, sjent Saturday with have perfected an organization Rcxcmber next Sunday it. Rev. b mother, Mrs Callie Ragan. among themselves for the purpose of BVr Jip.iint'Hent. A. J. fiarrett spent a few day: tryng to get their lands lowered to R l;cit nnd Talmage Pergr who wi;h his daughter, Mrs. IL S Bitten a less value in proportion than the went to Ohio Iat week seeking gen in Mt Sterling. commoner lands of Bath county, tbe are at borne. Jarrett Stull, of Olympia, visited Mrs. Oscar Jackson .was in Sa't bis son, John and family, also visit poorer classes of land without turnpike roads or no dirt roads that you lick Saturdays ed bis daughter, Mrs. P. II. Phipps can travel in safety to yo.ur .nearest . Mrs.;WU Moore ba.s returned from the little cross road's grocery stpre, witk .a month's visiptrith ,bcr daughter. Miss Bertha McClain,' of Olympia, (i dozen of eggs and an old rooster visited' Mrs. Hood, the past week. to buy salt, soda and pepper and u "Ohio. down urs. iiira j ones anu jirs. waller box of matches. Ti "s organization Mrs. W. W. t'ierce, of Kin-- , To rie upon s"ine fairer s'mre, enbern' were in Lexington Clara Hainon Smith, who shot is made up of so individuaU of I Va., is the guest of her . y last week. anil Killed .inKe bmitli ami was ac- - i .. ul right iu Heaven's jeweled the following places; tbe level Slate Mr. nnd Mrs. Swai . crown ipiitted of crime, was baptized int creek bottoms with their virgin soil. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Robert., am They shine for evcrr.iore.'' ODESSA the Christian Church of Ardmore, certain individual in and uround 'aughters, of Paiutsville, sjent Eas Brothers Win. Triplctt and Thom Oklahoma, Sunday. Clara will rpo!i-abl- v I'T with their mother, Mrs. Lucy pson, of Howard's Mill, preached Bethel, owners of fine land, other Iv.i tciic V. Debs who is serving a become an evangelist. individuals in and around Shurps-bur- g Hurt. tb in-- ; car ..cut 'nio in three interesting sermons lrcfe Sat on their model roads, owners Mr. Be- nnstrong, of Lexing-H- urday night and Sunday. t I'so'i :! At'anta, wa all v 'Jbe pciplc ff Montgomery counof virgin soil and yet we have some is the . .est of ber grandfather, on a j a: !c Mrs. Dallas Gudgell and four ty will vi te .May 28 on the question . t Wa iituvt-tiother certain individuals with their! i Dr. X. T. Clark. with Attt-rneGen children are visiting her parents Mr. whether or not the count v shall is- - it- n to virgin soil on another road in th Xewt Cornwell and daugbtcr, Miss iia .Mrs. rlelclicr ral Diugheity iu re;ard to an apsue $250,000 iu bonds for the im Donaldson at blucgrass region who belong to this Ethel, of Mt. Sterling, were callers Flemingsburg. plication for a pardon. perfected organization who expect provcnicnt of certain roads of that on JJr. and Mrs. P. P. Richardson Wayne Williams bought a horse of countv. to receive some of the spoils if this Sunday. tJter Thompson for .$125. The frost and freeze of M ii' organization is successful in its uu Vai. M. Hcdriek, aged So years, Sunday tbe mercury stood at 78 .t is thought of have killed tbe delinking. SALT LICK died Saturday, Marcb 2G, 192i af degrees above-- zero, while Monday peaches, pears and plu us, though Ami now I desire to say that 1 Virgil Kimbrell lias returned to bis a arief illness following a stroke of t mournthe frost line. app'is may have escaped. feel like I have discharged faithfully 1 -- ralysis, ,.v the home of bis daughosition at Hazard, Ky. my sworn duty as Tax Commissioner A number, of people from here at-- t ter Mrs. liemian Williams. He is under the present tax laws of the ndeil the examining trial of Judge survived by his wife, formerly Miss of Kentucky. While I am bitLa eeea Kincnid, whom be married State Kimbrell at Owingsville last Wednesterly opposed to some of the present auout 54 years ago, nnd nine living day. tax laws of the State yet I must -Cranston Cheap visited home folks children namely: Annie, wife of Jeff abide by it until it is amended or reDawson, Mattie wife of Alex Mc over Sunday. pealed. I am a law abiding citizen 'i he Great Paper of the Southland A leautiful Easter service was Grue, Lizzie, wife of Roland Wiland I do now most earnestly request rendered at the M. E. Church on liamson, Mabel wife of Fred Spur- all the-- taxpayers if they desire any Sunday; A union service at night at lock and one son Kirby, living in the relief iu taxes to apjH'ar before the The Courier-Journis ablv "edited: it is sine and ditrnified in its the Christian-Churc- h with Rev. E. west, Geo. of Fleming county, Nick, Board of Supervisors at their meet handline of the news: it is fearless vet fair, in its editorial utter E. Dawson deliveiing the sermon, Stella wife of George Bradley and I hose lrom the following ances; and it always will be found the champion of clean Ida wife of Herman Williams, of ing. subject "The Resurrection." places: Prickly Ash hills, Indian Born, to Clyde Wright and wife, a near this place. He leaves one sis- Creek bills, Pebble hills, Hast Fork The Coureir-Journsurnasses all its comnetitors in eemmmment ter Mrs. Margaret Snedegar, of son. bills. Little Flat bills. Salt Well hills for gettinp; the news of the dav. because it has not only the Asso Unele Billie as he was B. W. Cornett has moved back to and Hinkston creek hills and the ciated Press dispatches but the full wire service of the New York cai.ed joined the Christian bis farm at Ore Mines. Prcs Jack-- , poor wet lauds of Kendall Spring Times. In addition it maintains staff correspondents at Krankfort and Washington. ton bought the residence of Mr. Lliurch at Wyoming 15 years ago and all other persons on the east d a consistent Christian life. He darnett known as the Englisb prop No Kentucky Home is complete without it side of Slate creek. ! a few days before be bad a crty and has moved in to it. Dr. ' '. j Most respectfully your obedient cxander rented the bouse vacated b; I -- -- lytic stroke (after which he By special arrangement we are enabled to offer THE DAILY servant, Mr. Jackson and has moved to it. j "- - r soke) lie was ready anil COURIER-JOURNA- L AND THE OW1NGSVILLK OUTLOOK W. D. BAILEY, ng to go. He had a lurge circle moving to J. Paul Wood Both one year by mail for only S5.75. ;j Bath County fax Commssioner. ids and was liked by all. Win. Lewi farm vac- - d by Dr. AJexnn- - ' This offer amdies to renewal- -' as well as new sub .iitions but only to peonle living in Kentucky. Tcnnt 'pw ' and ann. rldrick was a member of . B, der. Secretary of War Weeks has ilc Kentucky Cavalry and was the lan-- his iutei.tion to get Grover subscriptions r may. if desired start at a later date, .in renewals At sale of Mrs. lalvina Lewis, dc-- 1 1 .I . t. . , ...III 11 an eve- win uaiu member of bis regiment living, Cleveland Bergdoll, lraft evader, inpr paper is iroin im ejiuirauon 01 rn nresent ones. ceased, cu bist S. ;urday everything preferred you may su jte the Louisville Times rved the caue of the Union from Germany at the cost of anvl1JOrtne Courier-Journa- l. sold well an a Urge crowd. Bring or send your subscriptions to'. ..he Outlook Ofiice. present. bravery and distinction. Hc( effort. -1 r f , Sat-terfie- ld . past-week- Tennessee Lumberman Talks of Hit Ot s, I). B. 27a 5.61 (U'uni. Lottie M. 113a 12.26 Successful Use of Black-DraugI'altoii. Klintr ."i5a 10.46 for Colds and Headaches. 1.75 ."r t r, nr. W. K. town lot .6.0t Jamestown, Tenn. "I hare used l'icrsall, Chas. T. nr for rears, la L'azor, T. L own lut Thedford's G.ai fact It Is the only Hrer mefllclne that lot fi.2.i itiiicv. J. T. does me any Rood." saya Jlr. I A. . o t J. F. Ragan, a lumberman ot 7.6S this place. "When I was sIlsIc I used SnttertivM, Tom nr. In. ...f2.50 It for headaches, and especially If I 4.3!) cet a cold and feel feverish, I take a Sprat t .1. B. 4a and It good dose of Cl.iuiU-- , 1 town lot 8.61 me right. sets Lick. "Since I h.iYo been married, I have Spurhn k, 1 X. 7a. -- 7J3 It In my family, and never have Sec. f) Suit Lick to Licking used Us equal for torpid liver or distat n, I. .1. nr 5a ...... 3.73 found arranged stomach, especially with T egardner, Julia 5a. ...... Uiver. 6.78 t, children. I can recommend Thomas, J no. 25a. G.07 rlamilton Pike from and gladly do so." Every member of the family occa- Wil'iams, J. F 8a One Sec. Dwingsville and Mt. 7.61 sionally needs the assistance that 7.13 Sterling pike to Flat Creek pike. can give. In helping to Workman. Sarah 32a. cleanse the system and relieve or pre- Wililams Geo. 73a. 15.29 One Sec. Dawson pike. vent the troubles that come from a DISTRICT NO. 4 COLORED One Sec. Kendall Spring pike. lazy, torpid liver. If your liver Is not doing Its duty, Ficklin, Sam 1 town lot 8.92 Salt Lick & White Sulphur from you may suffer with headache, constiIndigestion, etc. DISTRICT NO. 5. Sec. 1 Salt Lick to Dell Downs.' pation, biliousness. Unless relief Is obtained, serious sick gate. lit."..! ness may result. In its long and suc-- Barber, A. J. hrs. SOa. Scc. 2 Dell Downs' rate t Salt cessful use, Thedford's J?oyJe,.C 1 town lot 126 Lick meetinp house. by stlmulaV Downs,, Wiu. gard, Raymond Robir to relieve Ing the liver 'o "do Its Imnortant work. looreV Kern from .'Mftfir piiHF tororirED-2- 3 Ask for Th'eUford"s Sec. 1 Owingsville and Salt Lick and insist, on the genuine. , .NC-13Griggs, Claude pa. fireen. 'ii), 23a .. i pike to Triplett's pate. , 4rT Sec. 2 Triplett's cate to Moore's SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. Green. Mrs' .Mary nr. 1 lot 6.13 ' Ferry. As SherilT cf Until conntv I will IL.il Ktn.ua nr. 1 town lot ..3.70 R..-ne Sec. Bascom Pike. W. 1 lot s ll for taxes due the State and 7.45 ; Dne Sec Burned Chimney Pike. descrihed prop-- : lai'sin, C.le 1 tjwn lot ouuty the 6.00 I One Sec. !:s !, .Mrs. Homer 30a. Mart Jackson Pike. crty on 3.3G Mt IIOKDAY, APRIL II, 1921. Geo. & Wm. 1 loU. )? applying at my office in Owinjs-efiiiit' .tj y. Jno. 1 town lot WALTER A. B VD, the road and section of road 6.35 Shcr'lT Hath Count- -. feirrey, Mrs. Mattie, 1 lot 6.43 If.ird, D. C. nr. 140a 11.05 ject any or all hids. DISTRICT NO. 2.- "ced W nr 3.i inly marked by stating the bidders' ......7.33 It. W. Curry. 15a .f20.:j inn!, Geo W. nr. 4a 9.55 h his bid applies. 16.72 McFarland. Roe 31a L. nr 7a .. iNDY J. JONES, Road Engineer :i. 1 'i5 Woodard, Mrs. Mary J,ln 7.71 ibort, J. R. nr 90a . 6.73 DISTRICT NO. 2, GtiLORED "raylor, Martha nr. 1 town lot ..4.9C j Six .thousand more babies wen Add Hill and II nf' dhilllt. i let Warner, James 75a. 'kmh'iii'. Kentucky than the" vear' be ..' .0.g: L d:str!6t Ho. 5, c6lored jd two thousand fewer ppo- Pringle, George town lot .... .7.56 , -.-1. . .'4.51 Trambo, Alii e 1 3.01 Ranie.-- James 9 a. Cabinet, Julia 1 town lot DISTRICT NO. 3. 7.36 $?.0j Duncan heirs, 1 town lot senator .Ernst .will not .select' Crai'r' Mrs- - ,cmi?c la Ewing, Caroline 3.75 Craig, Elizabeth 3a . 3.03 class' postmasters but will j fourth ..5J33 , : tt . 5.49 Jackson, Emily 1 town lot . it i.. i. couniv Hunt, Jerry 4a tut: limner euuri'iv iu 6.35 Hobl s, Mary J. 68a . 9.12 JL'lIer, Jno. R 1 town lot iMimrttecs. 3.7 j Pun-ihrs, GOa . G.2o Rice, Eliza 1 town lot . Eyebrows Tell a St Wm'Ic, 'ol l,ic'!tii Stewart, Will 1 town lot 6.35 .' Purvas, Willie nr. 8a An Indian doctor hns been making n . 3.1" Frost Proof Ca'ihaje Plants study of the eyebrow, and he han ingsville for many years. .Mrs. KemRiddle. Mrs. Sidney la 3.2.5 j Shelton, Annie 1 town lot ..3.7ft found that In denientin prat'cox there'' per had been an inva'id for the ..8.57 pas' We ba' e : ililous 4.6" I Tn:m' o, Haryr hrs 5 a. oikii Roysc, Vick la nre nearly always short, hairs live years, her hildren. Claude. lirbl !;row'.i i)la'!ts Geo. nr. la 2.31 I Thompson, Geo. 25 a. land nearly meeting In the space between now. EirTv" Ri the eyebrows and n noticeable thin- Thvimas and Mrs. Jennie R:tter were Jersev. Cbaricston Wakenelds. Fl.it Vh:L Warv i 2a 6.73 . Thompson, Geo. 1 town lot A 3.4 ning towanl the external side. In it the bedside when the summons Dutch. Parnl post paid. 300- - $1.00. ' Withrow, ('. F. 6a .7..'.7.r...T3i - "DTSTRICT NO. 6. epileptic women the eyebrow Is made 0, enmc. " Mrs. Kemper was a devoted ! l..-,D'STR'CT HO. 4. up of two portions; the Inside Is In 1000- - $2.50. Express (jar,lner, 3Irs. Lucinda nr. 3Sa 20.00 the form of n comma, of which the Christian and a beloved mother. Her .'O'JO- - $3.r;0 5000- - $7.50, ten thous- - Carter B, I,, nr. 50a. $11.00 , Hatton, Robt. a tail enters In thp two branches of the gentle disposition and loving kind- and $1"'. l. S. .1 S'ur mil-.- . it. JoIint Uilo.vc;KUrfal'f llj!iil r'ri$!o:3i Hz.. 'Mrs jAnnje 30a.. M. external portion In the form of a T. .. .r i"i ' "whW knew .Inrpplleivtlc"' wiet p"tato and tomato plants. Cliilf. 10;.'53r'f'cacf.7......l.JjiF.RP.'rl2 sees large ness endeared ber to all DISTRICT NO. .6, COLORED, !ier. To these1 ber' death will cause 'tnfrel;;hehvn.vr!r.irrfil eyebrows, i.ker Fari"s, M'oultrie, Georgia. 4t. 5.C1 ' ' th'elmedi.m llm. 'In nianfae ' great sorrow. lOflf.es tbe 'out- "3'be're is no dealliT" The stars ger third of the eyebrow Is common. Olymiian Springs to Menifee county line. Dwingsville and Salt Lick Pike from See. 1 Owingsville to Craig's pike. Sec. 2 Craig's pike to Shrout's house. Sec. 3 Shrout's school house to Cow Creek Bridge. Sec. t Cow Creek Bridge to Salt Sec. 3 ' ht l6-25- a. Black-Draugn well-know.a Ulack-Draugh- t, ell. Black-DraughBlack-DraugBlack-Draugr.lack-Drau'eh7 I , ig i::. Springs. : ! l-- ..'20 l. 1 s bii-sh- ll . m . 1 at ''"! - -- t- - fioc-rg- e I c.r a, i REWARD Wy-.uun- g. For any merchant selling merchandise as cheap as I will during my sale be ginning The Louisville APRIL 4TM, 1921 COURIER JOURNAL and continuing fifteen days. My en- tire stock, consisting of GROCERIES, DRY GOODS, SHOES Hardware, Automobile Tires, app-onch- eil al al - ! i--t. C-- I stock of joods visit m store during th" s.ilc. and in act everything; to he found in a ireiieml store, will ho nll at ahsoluto cost. Cash only. This is not. a sale for profit hut one to dispose of stock willi ; vit w to quitting: business on account of tho poor ii(!:i!t! of myself ahtl wife. if von want to save mon ey and at the same ime select Mir iverel andise from a lar y I I V iV . ' 2. '.ft P.P. BIOcAjailSON, Olympia, Ky ,J