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Owingsville outlook: April 7, 1921 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1921 owi1921040701_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: April 7, 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, PERSONAL. 1 d THURSDAY, APRIL 7, .1921. NUMBER 38. See Steele seeds. Sunday May & Crooks for fieM To the Voters of Bath County. 1 NOTICE 1 will le iluv. Stacy-AdaLACY-COON- shoes. S & CO. New Line Millinery. MRS. EUGENE MINIHAN. Old location. I liavp just reeeivetl ii.ly I'rattV Poultry Koo.l. KKKSK WKLI.S We Itaxe two K'mhI, Mitchell wagon SHKOIT, l'll'KK NOTICE & for sale. SHUtH'T C;ih imiM aeeompatiy copy nnlilatcs announcements. An AugiMa liutton fnrtory lias an order fnm Fopd Motor Co., for iT Rim iinn Iiii.ii Bring your country produce to us anil pet the highest market price, STEELE & CROOKS .. - .' ' J. A. Power will repair your wateli dork, grnpliophonc and spectacles, - cheaper than elsewhere. Route No. 1 The Outlook prints candidate's announcement eanls anil fence sifnts. Let u. have your onler jiow. our prices on coal, lumber, lin-- i and tH.ieat beforel)uyinir. Right ;t'w anil nronwt delivery. THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO Get- - Farm Wasted:. I want to hear from party having farm for sale. Give priee and deseripion. B. B. Howard, Champaign, Illinois. C. W. XeslrtTt is announced as nomi- a randidate for the Democratic nation for Police Judge of Mt. hereby announce myself as a Notice is hereby given that at the 'liert H'ivm' att'.ded the Inner il candidate for the ollice of 'fax Com- February Term of the Bath Circuit More-leaif hi uiu-lTom Allen Day nt missioner of Bath county subject to Court the Grand Jury reported and Thursday. Clyde Peed left Monday for the the action of the Democratic Part.' rcuestcil that I, as Sheriff of Bath .tig Sinking Oil lields, where he was at its primary August litli, I'I'Jl and county should publish a notice in employed as driller for several years. if nominated and elected Roy May the local paper between the Februof Sharpsburg and Stanley Clark. ary Term of the Bath Circuit Court Kxpie Maze is convalescing from id' Salt I.iek, will be my deputies. ami the May Term, 1!I21. notifvinir in attack of scarlet fever at hotii Having passed a State cxamina all persons who may have in their of his father-in-laMark Douald tioii required of each candidate for possession any dogs for which the son. Tax Cuminissioiier required of cue! proper license tags have not been is John Markland and family of nea candidate for Tax Commissioner I sued tor the year, 11)21, to at once runs, visiicti .nr. .Marklaml s pa feci that am iialilicd to fill the of call at the oflice of the Clerk of the rents. Nathaniel Markland and wife lice and that we can make a fair and Bath County Court and immediately Sunday. chiliadic assessment of the propeity procure same. Any nnd all persons t the cri.rlj. who fail In comply with this request minimi i nomas ami lanuly, oi We arc fullv cognizant of the will be reported at the May Term hast riiiiin were guests of Mr. Thorn .is parents, .Mark Thomas ami wife changed conditions, of the depreci of the Bath Circuit Court and the, ill . n of farm values and of all kind (mm! Jury at said time will return iinda v. of property. We arc also fully aware 'mlictiueuts against such persons. Miss Maud Warren has returned of the fact that the products of This will be my last notice in conu to her home in Ashand after a wee B.itb county's farms are worth much ptiance with the said request of thu end visit with her grand mother. Ics than they have been for several ("rand Jury and any nnd all persons Mrs. Uuira Kasb. years and that consequently lh who have not as yet taken out Im. . t li t ! ..I i an itoipu, oi rnarpsimrg, am a sessinent should be at a much low- proper license will do so immediate Karle Rolph, of Mt. Sterling, witli er li;:nrc. We intend to gel a lower I v. their frmilies "isit? their parents asse.-sineof Bath county's prop This April 4, 1!)21. .1. T. Rolp'i and wife Sunday. erty, if iMissible, and to follow that W. A. BOYD, up with an appeal to the Slate Tax Sheriff Bath Count v. J. T. Rolph and family, of Owings ville, J. Earle Rolph and familv. of Cimuision to let that assessinc'i To the Voters of Bath County: Mt. Sterling, visited Carl Rolph and stand if we are elected Commission I wish to say to my friends and ers. (It course you understand the family, at Sharpsburg, Sunday. Mch. the public generally that the reason Coiuiuisioner is governed in his ac 24, it being the aunivcrsarv of the tions liv the State Cunimis.don and I have not made, a more active can- bitter's wedding. as for the the otlice of Circuit s told to raise or lower your assess Mrs A. N. Denton, Mrs. W. S ment a ccitaiu percent from the fig Court Clerk, for which I announced Thomas, Miss Ruth nnd Wrew ures of the myself a candidate sometime ami. "vcar before. Denton, Miss Ruth Richards, Mrs, that I but recently returned from W'v an all men, served Belle Rice, Mrs. E. II. Ooodpustcr "I a liospifa" overseas with tIe!irarTnnktTT"-sMrs. B. M. Goodpaster, Mrs. A. T. no special appeal on that nceouii' mil have since been ordered to the Byron, Mrs. Edgar Denton nnd Angie We simply rely on the voters of the Yaverly Hill Sanitarium near Louis-ill- e Young Jackson went to Paris Mon for further examination and county giving our candidacy thei' day to hear the irreat evangelist earnest consideration and thank a! ;rcatment for injuries sustained in Billie Sunday. our supporters in advance for thcii inny service. I will have to remain t the latter place for probablv vote and influence. Each of us ex- CARD OF THANKS ects to make a thorough canvas o thirty days. When 1 return, in We wish to thatis fnenns and the county and to see as many of tin health permitting, I will at once be neighbors for their kindness and at an active canvns for the oflice voters, both men and women, us pos- tentiou through :oe 'inos ana at the I seek. ible. Respectfully, Respectfully, death of .our grum'aiothcr Mrs. E:n EARLE B. THOMPSON JOE ARNOLD, U B dlmrv. ROY MAY, OMAR FRATMAN AND WIFE. FOR COUNTY JUDGE w 1 1 f Auto Accident. serious automobile accident at the Denton garage Monday morning was but narrowly averted. Miss Nellie Donohuc, who attends school here was driving the ear and aimiV t run it into the large door of tue garage, but lost control of the ma hiiic and ran it against the ollice door where several persons wen standing. Edgar Denton and Andy Jones were knocked down and both considerably bruised. Mr. Jones was knocked senseless for some A A boy of John Keid, 011131 Creek neigborhood. found some dynamite caps in his father s barn, which by some means he exploded, tearing ghastly place in his side, blowing off the fingers on one hand and knocking one eye out. The boy is in serious condition and will probably be sent to a hos pital. Dr. Daily was called to attend the boy. ten-year-o- ld SATURDAY, Never-Fail CASH ONE DAY ONLY SPECIALS APRIL 1921 time. turnpike roads of Bath county. wages $2.00 a day. Apply to Judge J. L. Atchison or Road Engineer ANDY JONES. The City Council at a meeting Monday night appointed J. J. Nesbitt and Roger A m m e r man a committee to buy two chemical fire extinguishers. ing. iT-q- t. 10-q- t. WANTED. Hands to work on pump Misses Grace Crooks and Martin are conducting a dancing school in the room over Byron's store. These youmr la dies are adepts at teaching the Terpsichorean art and those who wish to improve themselves in this accomplishment should oa- tronize them. Mi-oha klluminuni 3-pi5-q- Blue Blue Hart, Schafner & Marx LACY-COONS. cloth- OUTLOOK $1.50 PER YEAR. Trade at home. Alluminum Alluminum saucepan set 1.88 Alluminum Tea Kettle 2.48 Special sale on Winchester Flashlights all this week, see our window display. t. S1.50 and White Dish Pan 1.50 and White Water Bucket 1.50 Double Boiler 1.88 Percolator 1.88 Oil Can with . E. L. & A. T. BYRON. XS5 TWO CREAM OUTLETS '1, 11;,. x l a TJie FinislTMmde: To-Walk-On Save All the Cream that is what makes a dairy herd profitable and.a Primrose valuable. The Primrose is the only separator with two wide-ope- n cream outlets. And there is no cream-wastiscrew to obstruct a free flow of cream. The regulating screw is in the skimmilk outlet -- " pLEAN.rich cream without loss of butterfat STANLEY CLARK. itself. is the floor finish Because of the superior, special varnish Lustro contains it dries with a tough, glossy surface that wears hetter than hardwood Lustro-Finis- h "Made-to-Walk-O- Hanna's ng "at' .S.Ti!.- ''".' V - . . Steals Horses and Buggy. To The Voters of Magisterial BROOMS The thai District No. 6. Get a "Crouch" tied iiroom at the a negro by the naineoi Cliff Wilr After duo consideration I have dt & Barber pool an. V""rd ' liams, who had been living on the ided to offer liiynelf ok iv enndidatf i7 . KW ,ir e ( ..ml farm of Jas. T. Peters, west of this or Magistrate of Magisterial Dis-rf place stoic two of Mr. Peters' horses B:it Grade Shoes 410. t No. 0 of Bath county subjecJBifthirv " Vc are helling all. our best grade and a buggy which he took to Win- - to the ncti.-- of the Democratic Par Xettleton Shoes and Oxfords at $10. hester, where he had sold one of ty at the August Primary 1021. JF "7 the horses for $25 when he was arGOODPASTER & CO. I consMcr'the office of Magistrate rested. Mr. Peters recovered his very important one. The Magis It has been ascerained that near- iroperty. rates of the county go to make uly all the cherries, peaehes, plums he Fiscal Court, which body has? Knight a Candidate nnd pears were killed by the freer.es ov.trol of the expenditures of the Mr. Thos. J. Knight, of Sharps- - icople's money, week. if last the upkeep and huib nirg, a former soldier and a member of turnpikes and dilt roads an SHEEIIAN & PERKINS, Painters of one of Bath county's largest and f many other inattcis important t most influential families, has anr.nd Papvr'.iangcrs. Interior and he i itizciis of the ouiitv. pled-- e you now, that iiifn:tors. We take orders nounced as a candidate for the Leir- if I i slature in the 'district composed of lei ted I shall n- -c the best abilitv 1 of several line. for wall-paelath and Rowan counties. Mr to render a lasting service t The annual county convention of iviiigbt is a lawyer of ability and n he otinly. I shall do all in mr oow- the Christian Churches and Bible lever gentleman and should he In r r, as a of the FsenV Chnrl e Sibools of Bath county will lie hejd elected the district one of retter the road, conditions of tin with the Owingsville Church, July 2G. the ablest members in the lowei oii'ity and to see that every dolhr house. He is well known here am pe:d for this purpose brings a dol We have just received some un has many friends who wish him suc- - Inr in actual results. usual bargains in young mens Spring ess. Mt. Sterling Sentiuel-Demo- I trust that iny candidacy might .in These ennnents will sell at rat. ine the serious consideration of t'iout ji e 1,hV the former price. everv woman and man voter in uiv J'HiDPASTER & CO. PUBLIC SALE .? I district. BATH CIRCUIT COURT Very respectfully yours, Has Tied a Few Knots.. Morehead Grocery Co Plaintiffs, OLLIE CUAYCRAFT. Rev. A. P. Key6er, of the Methoversus dist church at Catlettsburg, has un- Russell Bailey & Co, Defendants Notice of Filing Bids and Elects ited one thousand couples in the past and of County Treasurer. four years. Joe G. Reed Co. Plaintiffs, Under and by authority of an Act versus We have this week on display a Russell Bailey & Co Defendants cf the Kentucky Legislature. 11)20. line of Ladies Silk Dresses at $20 By order of said court in said Chapter 153, Page GG0, notice W hereby given that an order duly ennih. These are unusual values. ases I will on tered April 5, 1921, the Bath County Jjct us show them to you. SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1921, isial Court will hold a Sjieciai GOODPASTER & CO. coun- n the town of Salt Lick, Bath v, sell at Public sale for cash, a Session on the 10th day of April. Alex J. Doyle, formerly of this it fk of dry goods, hats, shoes, un 1!)21, for the purpose of receiving county, now of Fleming, has been ions and groceries, levied upon in bills of :dl applicants and the elecappointed Magistrate to fill t'n- - va-- i said styled cases as the property of tion of a Com ty Trcnsurcr for tin ne1 ens ing tcrri. All applicant!-fo- r ancy caused by the death of .Jas. .vid defendants. the 'iflice of County Treasiirei B. Kincaid. W. A. BOYD, wili file sea ed In Is r. or before bnl 'licriff Bath county. J', sett'iu: oat the terms t.ntl tb The Globe Tailoring Co., will hold conditions under which ihcy will nr. BATH CIRCUIT COURT a display sale at our store Friday c t sue1: appointment. nnd Saturday April 8th and 9th. An Istella K. Crouch etc., admx. On the above date the Fiscu"' expert cutter will take measures. W. L. Crouch, Plffi Court sliull open and examine al GOODPASTER & CO. i vs. bids submitted and shall elect a: Villie Lee Crouch, etc., Deft: ui ii ireasnrer that pel son jvnosc .MI persons having claims against NOTICE te of Sanford Dorrell, of Notice is hereby given that I will id is regarded by the Court as be present same properly hold my sittings as Master Com- - ing the lowest and best bid, provid lor. trill '''iyen at once. ssioner in the above styled case ing however, the person making sucl bid possesses the other qualification, Ken' .f t my ollice in Owingsville, J. R, PETERS, Admr., Bethel, Ky. tucky, convening same on the 13 da as required by law. I'-e- " to announce Squire John Clark a candidate i the nominat'on for .County Ji. subject to i Hon of thu D' orotic , August ,921. OUTLOOK We are authorized HANNA'S LUSTKO FINISH - the right, branf for any interior wood finishing you have to cK u 'vill stain and varnish the wood surface at one oi .tiox. Com,es in Oak, Cliprry,-ISlahogany, Wa'n.t. etc. . Sold By J0HN T. KIMBRQUGH & SON, Owingsville, Ky. It is about eight times easier to adjust than, a cream screw because' it works on th T Iase--' volume of milk instead of"t lume, sma1 crrr.m. ? --1;P .mrose '7 'J ppen - b' - town iij explain Jo x .m more iuuy how this -t- cream-savin- g' $iX) PER YEAR. teature works. TEST TYff-- . E. L. & A. T. BYRON - J. R. Brother & Co of Owingsville, say: -- tafcr. ti mW M, SEE J. R. DAY, Optometrist. Ex-t-ri- -tr You get all the cream witn a ue Laval grttmf v Down Goes THE PRICE i . 1 r, s m - I the'co4fc, h i' .mtttnti 'alt - ,will'-hnv- that Bxxe monqr ' t mocen'traiUUe (o ate w up the (aim or lot p)i6g opcet.f Not emf tcputior m iJettgned to !! the crcsn; mom tKtt k wiQ tliort time. may do m foe But that u one machine that can alwayi be depended upon to lun clean the D Laral You don't hare to tale out word (or it; ui nj De Laral user, i A De Laval wet geta mote cream cnjbejredribtl nciu Wof qsttreland" Greek "f' For sale by SIIEEIIAN PERKINS, Owingsville, Ky. & - Coal- for" S9.'00"tt - Ton Tw it . T. F. ALLEN from the mitk of each cow, geti longer aenicc fraea hia aacniae, and apeadi lea time turning and wattusg it Eves if you hare only one good cow it will De LataL pay you to own WiJm r D av. i StamnU IM Uw Unit Uw ant Hmm an la tov ja HI APRIL FIRST HOUSE-CLEANI- NG Now is your opportunity to get that piece of furniture you have been wanting: so lonpr and waiting for the price to come down. We have Sooner or later e Laval 1921 you will buy a Public Sale soli ut the lato residence of John W. Norris, deceased, on Nsiylor's Branch, THE PRICE DOWN So why I will tite-esta- Bath county, Ky., on Saturday, April 9th, - .. ' .., COLE JARNKS, f April, 1!)21 and closing same oi Clerk Bath County Court. he 15th day of said mouth. Al rcditc-r'J has been brought in the Stati of William L. Crouch, de-c. i Yiifrritl IV I n st The total assessments in the State jm -. I, "vill properly prove and file .1nr i her or not a Tax Commissioner .!icir c!ui : s with me during my sai this year will probably reach two billion, ono hundred seventy five mil ttings. the right to charge two cents on lion dollars. There is a decrease in Given under my hand, this Ma hundred dollars for assessment the value of live stock in almost ev '). 11)21. , a- - property exempted by lnw. The ery county. The assessment last LESLIE SHItOUT, d'iison in this case will affect the Q Tax Commissioner of every county Muster Commissioner Bath Circti year was a ilttle over two billion Court. dollars. in the State. J s the personal property left by said decedent consisting of household goods, some farming tools, some corn and hay, one bull calf, and one good work mule. wait longer? Was it a Kitchen Cabinet? Hoozier now $40.00 set? We have it, DavSellers largest Cabinet 60.00. Was it a living-rooenport and two chairs, mhg. in tapestry or velour, price was $200.00, now $150.00: Karpen davenport, tapestry cane back, loose cushion, $75.00; C. F. bedStriet davenette oak or mhg., imt. leather. $47.50 and $50.00; room suit Amr. walnut, including dresser, bed, chilFerette and dressing walnut bedroom suit, bed, table, price was $225.00, now $175.00; fibre suit in dresser and dressing table, was $200.00, now $150.00; tapestry, settee and two chairs, was $95.00, now $72.50; fibre suit, was settee and two chairs, was $60.00, now $49.00; Cedar chest $37.50. now $27.50; Brass beds were $65.00, $50.00 and $37.00. now $35.00, was $100, now $75.00; $50.00 and $27.00; Solid quar. oak bnfTett Dining-rootasuit American walnut, Queen Anne style. Buffett, top, 6 chairs, blue leather seat, was $290.00, now $210.00; ble 6 feet, top, was $85.00, now $60.00; mhg. Solid walnut Ex. table, 8 feet, rockers, finest grade, tapestry, were $37.50, now $25.00; and other rockers b roll edge, all cotton matand chairs in the house reduced accordingly; m ce 48-inc- h, 60-inc- h, m 60-inc- h, 54-inc- h 54-in- ch 45-l- tresses $10.00. Everything we have in stock is reduced in line with the above prices, and is of the best quality and absolutely guaranteed. Come in and look even though you do not want to buy. We will take pleasure in showing you. OTJ IROUT, PIPER & SHROUT : I. Administnnr of John R IViRNELL, W. Norris, uee'd. vv 4iV OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, .T.nkson.- OWINGSVILLE. KY. GOOD LOSER MEN WHO NNOT WORK Ccrley's Letter and Her Experience , NEWS CULLiNGS From Kentucky of Mr and Ml- - lleni Noble, of Wolf coal, ittclic miles from here, w is slim l and f.nallj ununited l her 12 lirnthci, when ,i shotgun In- was carrj t al y Tin ins was ;i liilli" sill na rushed in ilie hospital it .hiikvnii, whore she died. cai-nhi.l.-nI The d.iughtri PASSENGER SHIP THIS CANDIDATE IS SUNK OFF WESTERN COAST RCCHECK SHOWS TEN MISSING-VES- SEL CUT ALMOST IN HALF BY COLLISION. Defeated In Battle of Pallets. He Showed Himself Worthy of His Opponents' Respect The world ndmlrcs' gnmeness nnd respects the man who can be cheerful In defeat. Itegardless of the character of the goal sought, whether It he physical, material or political, the fellow who valiantly strives for It nnd lights bis host. If only to full short in attain nient, Is entitled to, mid Is sure to receive. Ids share of the plaudits, providmid ed he accepts maintains ti cheerful attitude toward the victor nnd the world. Especially Is this true of political contests'. For example, no unsuccessful candidate for olllce In one of our western states sums up what his campaign cost liiui and what he got out of It as be went iilonc. ns fol'.ic.vs: "Lost L.tl!) hours of sleep thinking about the election. Lost two front teeth ii ml a whole lot of hair In n personal encounter with tin opponent. Donated one heef, four shoats and live Gave sheep to n country barbecue. nwny two pairs of suspenders, four calico dresses. $.1 cash nnd 1.1 baby rattlers. Kissed 12(i babies. Kindled 1 kitchen tires. Put up four stove. Walked 4,071! miles. Shook hands with !i..r.0S persons. Told 10.102 lies nnd talked enough to make In print l.tHK) volumes. Attended 10 revival meVtlngs anil was baptized four times by Immersion mid twice some other way. Contributed $.'0 to foreign and made love to nine grass Hugged 411 old maids. Got dog-bi- t 110 times and was defeated." And after It was all over even the ".shouting" of the victorious side thN maii was cheerful and happy, nnd. though disappointed, figured that he was ahead of the game. In nn election conducted according to the democratic principle of majority nile, the results are Invariably nnd essentially uncertain until nfter the votes are counted. The thing to guard ngnlnst Is taking the result of n battle of ballots too seriously. And the beaten candidate Is wisest who applies the philosophy of Dr. Johnson: "Think, sir, wliat a trilling matter this will appear to you a hence," nnd who thus proves himself to he n "good loser." Atlanta Constitution. phllos-ophlcnll1 tnls-slon,vld-ow- (iT-or-OmifN- Ai All Feel cold, Worn Out? other infectious Has a grip, or iid female liil was run down with trouble and suf fered every month. I was not abV to do any work and tried a lot of medicine, but got no relief. I saw your medicine advertised in a little book that was thrown in my door, and I had not taken two bottles 's of Lydia E. I'ink-ham- I'andolpli Cue.. Hi. a senior in the l.h illusion i niiil t'ortiin. .1 T. I'.liiir. local merchant, High Si IhmiI. lied from injuries siis ha- - just clchraiod tiis thirtieth mini- - tained when he attempted to jump on er-- ar of his business career. Iur- - a running niitoiiinliile in a Siui:hlanil in the past clexen o:ir he has a tree- - si reel. He was hurled lo the ground ord of being away from his husiuccs: and sulTercd a fracture of the skull, only nine das. lie lived only a short time,. (!ucv was I'adin-ali- . Thomas Speaker Gillett Renominated II. Gillett of .Massachtt-selt- s (portrait herewith) will continue ns speaker of the next house of representatives. This Is ussureil ns the result of the decision of I'epuhllcaii memhers of the next house, meeting in conference, to nominate Mr. Gillett to xucccctl himself. Nomination is equlviilent to election us the ltepuh-llcan- s will have a heavy majority. Frederick of Wjomliig, likewise, will be KcpuV llcau leader of the next house. I!) decision of the conference, I!ev. James Sbera Montgomery, for merly of Indiana, hut now a Methodist minister of Washington, will succeed lfcv. Henry M. Couden ns house chnp-hiiOne of the principal actions of the conference was to appoint the membership of the committee on committees, which I charged with Ihe Powerful steering com mittee, selection or the partv whip nnd with designating the membership of The committee on committees, ns appointed, other house conmiitli-os- . ! disease sapped your strength! Do tou luffer backache, lack ambition, feel doll and depressed? Look to your kidneys! Physicians agree that kidney trouble often results from infectious disease. Too often the kidneys are neglected be-jathe sufferer doesn't realize they hare broken down under the strain of filtering- disease created roions from the blood. If your back is bad. your kidneys act irregularly, and yon feel all run down, nse Doan't Kidney Doan'j have helped thousands. Atk PiI. your neighbor! Comiwund lieforc I could see itwas help ing me. 1 am keeping house now and cm able to do all of my work. I cannot say enough for your medicine. It has done more for me than any doctor. I have not paper enough to tell you how much it has done for me and for my friends. You may print this letter if you wish." Elizabkth C Cokley, care of A. P. Corley, Edmund. S. C Ability lo stand the strain of work is the privilege of the strong and healthy, but now our hearts ache for the weak and sickly women struggling with their daily rounds of household duties, with backaches, headaches, nervousness and almost every movement brings a new pain. Why will not the mass of letters from women all over this country, which we have been publishing, convince such women that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will help them just as Eurely as it did Mrs. Corley? No Pep. Vegetable flnlalmd was the icrfeet Knight." "What n frost he'd he anion;: glrlg today." I.ouIviIIe Courier-Journal- . Croup I!niliXot'pitim.llfniril. thr tiffUS' No nudren KriU Co, Newburch. N. V.. JHrs. All r .f chil.Iruc-CUt- Adr Ilroken hearts rarciy add to the un dertaker's Income. He Wasn't Looking. "And when you went down for the third time tfte whole of your past life, .of course, lashed before your eyes?" asked the sympathetic old lady. "I expect. It did, mum," answered Longshore Hilly, "but I 'nd 'era shut at the time, so I missed It." No Results ADDarent. ttthcr, duin't yu ever get licked V when rou "Indeed. I did." "Weil, then, what's the use ti It n me7" From Life. 'C7i-'fiTi- Limitations. "Are you nn ertvrt In flnnnce?" "Well," replied Senator Sorghum, "I can figure out how to pay nil kinds of national debts, hut I nlways have to call an expert In to help me figure my Income tax or an expense account." Scaring Her. "Now, wlfey, you really must weoi your rubbers. You'll ruin your health." "Bah." "Well, youll ruin your complexion,' Louisville Courier-Journal. u Suffer from Stomach iver Trosble and Is? jLkroiT, OlcSSijraT years-ag- o I was afflicted with liver trouble, nervousness, bad stomach and headaches. I began to use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and the Pleasant Pellets and very soon afterward I found wonderful Improvement had taken place. Great credit Is due the 'Golden Medical Discovery" for strengthening tho stomach. Whenever I get out of fix Dr. Pierce's remedies give relief. I do not feel eafe It I do not keep them in the house at all times." JOHN M KAHL. 710 Commlns SL Sold by all good druggists. Every Horse Owner who bu ever tried that it is br far the hoi and moff econom ical liniment for general stable use. For strained lisamenta. spiiln. harnew calls, sweeny, wonnds or old sores, cuts and any enlarge-meat-s, it gives quick relief. It contains twice as much as the usual SO cent bottle of liniment. At all dealer. Price 35 centa. win Liniment admit rtadilr Yager's IT L - LINIMENT GILBERT DUOS. CO. Baltimore, aia. suuran Banner Lye in I s4S Frankfort.-- - A petition in bank-miti- urt was tiled with Wliiteshiirg. though hlind and Commissioner Charles Wiard by Wila fanner. "deaf anil dumb." found its way in tho f lie Well. 27 jears He listed his assets at Si. 115. with lia- "ease" of Andiew J. Poster, llardhur-ley- , old, former Virginian, who at i?!,7S0.!7. bilities amounting to in the coal liehN, married MIs Martha Austin, 21. lormerly of Kuolt rratikfort.- - Tho Indiana ltolinitig County. Conipaii, a rnriinnilioii of Maine, tiled both wen I'olh are deaf ami dumb, and strlrkeu early in life. I'os suit hi the IVderal Court to recover ter was educaleil in the Virginia Meat $.V0.77 from tin louisvlllo & Nash-illI mini) The School at Siauiiton Kailrnad. the aluo of IPO bar- and was educated at Danville, Ky. rels of nil alleged to have been lost hriile in transit. I'aducah.- - Two laborers engaged In plant Frankfort. Slate Inspector ami construction work at the Henry 11 James tiled with of the I'.nlucah l'Icetrie Ccmpiny wero Cotin-ty- , Miglitly injured when a portion of a Morrow a report on Knov and turnetl into the stato treasury brick wall which had been partially $:t.7T collected, from Jeliiuiiicnt olll torn awav fell on th.Mii. Tlmse injured ilals. lie rcpoited $12..l due Uie wee Michael .Mii'laln, who suffered a fiactured rib. and F. F. ISmwit, who.-- e slate. A sliovver of wrist was fracturvl. Lexington. A hearing before the brii ks fell upon them before ihey could Kentucky Kailroad "niimissloii on an leap aside. alleged unfair coal rate from i Eastern nut points will he held, IVm tiertnide (SMs-e- r, it was decided, ljiulsvillc and Ciiicin-nnt- i. Creek, v.is to ihe grjind Jury unIt was allege!, ciiJo.n advantages der h.itnl of .I.tmil hy t'ouniy JiltlO' which I.cinglon should have. Kriegcr on a charge of voluniar.v The girl, who is 1( jears Nicholas ille.- - ltocaiifo of the Ill- ohl, her father in defen-- e, she ness of the defendant, the trial of sa.vs, of her mother, whom her father 1'rof. T. 11. Threlkehl, head of a hoys' was attacking at tire time. The father, school here, on the charge of murder-lu- g lulius tllasser, aged lo, former county Arthur l'eilnian last October, was patrolniau. died as a lt of the postponed until July 7. A jury which wound. Chis-c- r is said lo have stated heard the ca.--e In January disagreed. that he wa- - at fault in the mattttr. The girl, when held to the sr.tml Jury, Mnysville. In a search of the Jail was greatly aflecied. She was rolea-e- il here olliccrs found two hack saws and from custody, pending action of the a pleco of iron pipe In the hunk of body. the cell occupied by William Williams, a negro being held on suspicion. SevI'ranlifort. During the month of eral bars of n window had been saw- I'chrnary the Interest-bearinwared and the eight prisoners planned to rants of the state were dd reused from get away. It Is said. S.i.'.HNi.Mri::7 to according " a statement of the finances of Oucn-hoi- d. Dr. C. C. I'ihillips, for-- . th 'iven out by State Auditor of Oivenshoro, but for tho lxst The balances In the vari- I years-- j the United States Health slafe ycrnmcnt as Ice In the I'anama canal zone, ! ; Sinking fund, i. :ippoIntcd surgeon general ol tl fund, jsi.hji.-tW- i: Male rnixoi-Mil'aimina army !y rresldent l'orras, fund, .f.i7i."17.Si:: to a cablegram received by Ina State Normal School, SI, ISIMlii i:atcni ; Westwife, who here. ern Slate Normal School, $l,lMi.0t!; road fund, general exl.cIngton. A "Presidents" Club," pense fund, .SI.SV.i.IiWi.7 I ; balance ii: compnjeil of the chief executives of treasury, yJ,SI,"(Jl.S.'!. tho civic organizations of the city, him launched at a meeting of the directoiSince March rrnnkfort llfJU. of the Ixisington Hoard of Commerce. The club will act as a clojiring ho:i-- e the day the Vance, became effective, for matters which are brought to the imposing a tax of ,"0 cents on each attention of the civic bodies, eliminat- gallon of whisky withdrawn from bonding duplication of effort, it Is planned. ed warehouses, 4,!ll,l!,.l.?J gallons of whisky have been leuioved from bond Owensboro. W. A. Sherrill, former ed warehouses. Tax was paid on gallons, leaving 4,S0U,." H.S2 cashier of the Utlca Deposit Hank, of upon which the tax had not been this county, was shot to death by his roommate at Tombstone, Ariz., accord paid, but for which bonds had been Ing to a message received In Owener edited. The Supreme Court held Vance act to be unconstitutional, bow. Sherrill entered the house tat , the act of 1017 levying a tax of ar -- ight and his roommate mlstoak hln' s the gallon on all withdrawals re for' a hurxl.ir and fired a pistol at hint. -r- eil JilsJtcad, UlllhV us I') force and effort. L'ndor tlili V will collect VJS.011.10 on him instantly. tho whisky withdrawn. Georgetown. The largest private tobacco barn In Central Keulucky, ownMlddlesboro. Frank Fitzgihbons, ol ed by A. T. Marshall, William Dais Cincinnati, representing t t i and and Theodore Marshall, was destroyed Indianapolis capitalists, who, It said, is by tiro durlrif the nislit. It was filled are Interested in Jlie construction of t, with the weeO, entailing a loss of with insurance of sO.tKX). The a proposed new railroad from Middles nearby home of K. K. Cimningham was boro to Williamson, W. Ya., held exopalso destroyed at a loss of ? 1,100. The ecutive conferencesInhere with coal the day he held home of Hanker P. D. Niinnelly was erators and later badly dainaged. The cause of the lire conferences with operators at Pineviile. lie was In an executive session Is unknown. of the l'ineville Chamber of Commerce. Isington. A real estate bureau of It appears he has ample capital promInformation ami research, to be main- ised t'i build the propositi new line. tained by local dealers, will bo estab- but he is soliciting all coal operators lished this spring, more than fifteen who would bo benefited by the new brokers paying tho expenses, it was new road to subscribe for stoel; In tho decided at a meeting of the Lexington company. Heal Kstate Hoard. Fifteen dealers Mgned a petition for the bureau, and Frankfort. Federal Judge A. M. J. to participate. Cochran dismissed tho amended petioihers are cxpe-:teMis May Stitphin, for a number of tion tiled by the plaintiff In the suit years deputy county clerk, will be in of C .C. Ikisworth, trusteo in bankcharge, it Is expected. ruptcy of the Kentucky Iturnl Credit Association, against William II. Gilt-noFrankfort. Iteports received by Suand others. In which l'.osworth Is perintendent . of Public Instruction seeking to recover certain sums paid George Colvln show that four county out by the association in tho transacschool superintendents were appoint- tion of business in this Mate with ed under the new law by county others than its stockltoldcrs. boards of education. X. J. Parsons, souglit to recover from the vho Is the present superintendent of of the association for the bene-n- t schools In Carlisle County, was electof the stockholders $10,000, which ed superinto-uden- t of Franklin County. be alleged was disbursed by tho deFonso Wright, of Pike County; Mrs. fendants between October Y2, 19U, and Carrie Ixigan Hood, of Trimble Coun- .Inly VI, 1910, In payment of expenses ty, and II. X. Cooley, of Floyd County, not incurred in the sale of stock. He were superintendents of also sought to recover $201,000 paid to their respective counties. Wright will one Van Lauiugham for the sale, of receive ?3,G00 annually, Mrs. llodd S.UO0 shares of stock, alleging that Uie $1,200, and Cooley ,100. Franklin money was collected by the associaCounty did not report the salary of tion from the subscribers and then the superintendent. paid to Van Lnnlngham. e 1ov-cn- a popular student. Survivors Are Picked Up By Damaged Boat Lighthouse Keeper Sees Craft Singf. Window Passenger From Praises of Crew. WVMern NcHFmper I'moti Nws Pprvle The Pacific Sleam-liSeal He. Wa-- b. i l'epresetitative Frank W. Mondcf! J iver :ililicMintil Ihal a comof survivors from plete siiitiniT itovcriior. -- link oil l'oinl Wil- son nfli-- :t collision Willi tin- slcaiui'ipasscn-u"r- s est lai ilaail. slnmcil and tlmi1 m tubers ol tin1 crew .o l for. The West li.ne Imimi ll irtlanil. whirli arrii.il here Willi mt-iorstruck the limcriior in a slam ing direction, according to ship's oili ers. inmiillii4 the frciahter's how and ciittina the passenger boat almosi in two from the starboard side. Accoidiiig to passengers the West Coiiip.ui r s j i DOAN'S Jolin Jl' uon-.iprop, grocery. Virginia Ave.. Ky . says: "I suffered from such severe mypains back throuch I couldn't get ot.ifr or the House. Tnt least move sent Bharp mypalnr. oacK tnrotign The trouble wa' liv ratiil anil !:prnupl secretions were stones, ktilney I used scantv an t h".--! ly colored. Ave tmxcsj of DaiYs Kidney rills and they cured me of the trouble." Csl Dam'i st Any Store. 60c Bos u. Plne-vllle. A Kentucky Case A li'' I t FOSTER - M1LBURN CO.. BUFFALO. KIDNET PILLS Y. N. 16799 in New York City alone from h.-li- l r. partly supported Hie Cover-no- r with her nose driven deeply into ihe Covoriior's side. Inn as sunn as the freighter hacked clear tin passenger vessel hepill to sink The collision h"ss than a niih- oil shore, opposite the l'oinl Wilson lighthouse, near I'orl Towtisend. in ihe Slrail or .l.i.in I e I'm a. The Governor Hai-tlaii- DIED kid- ney trouble last year. Don't allow Colorado. Timherlake; Connecticut. PiNon; Delaware. Lnyton; Idnho, j yourself to become a victim by French; Illinois. .Mann: Indiana. Moores; Iown. Green; Kansas. Anthony; neglecting pains and aches. Guard Whislow; Michigan, against this trouble by taking .Maine. White; Maryland. Zlhlinnn; Massachusetts. Mnpc; Minnesota. Kniitson; Missouri. Rhodes; Montana. McConnlck; NeNevada. Arentz; New Hampshire. Wilson; New Jersey, lkicharnch ; New Mexico, Moutoya ; New York. Dunn; Ohio. Longworlh; Gcnsmnn; Oregon, Hawiey ; driest; Rhode Island. Stiness; South Dakota. Chrlstepherson ; Tennessee. Taylor; Texas. W'ura-hacI'tiih. Colton: Vermont. Dale; Virginia. Slemp; Washington, Johnson; West Virginia. Wooiljnnl; Wisconsin. I 'rear, and Wyoming, Mondell. braska, Kiiikiiid; Okln-boni- a. COLD MEDAL IYmi-jhani- n. re-u- g . ?:'.").-..i-.- re.-id- es $"St.-WI.I."i- ; r is believed to lie in about -- " fathoms of water. Arcording to Purser llnl.er, Ihe l.'overuor was on her coiiise, it being ciisiiiniar.v to steam close lo shore in making the Point Wilson light. the night Ship's olliccrs declared was fairly clear, with a light fog !. Thomas, William ovet lunging. keeper of the Point Wilson who was '.u his tower at the time of the collision, said he heard the crash and could see the two ships Purser lloler from his window. saved only his log and the payroll of the ship's papers, oilier lecords, including the passengei list, went down In tho purser's safe, which also contained :i lace amount of money, IIol-7c- r said. An anxious crowd gathered plei l'"rc j ihe West Hartlan-- i . wjih tie in hlaiikels an ii.'. warped into the slip. A ohI, nii.r.luig mill aihled lo the misery of those on the big freighter's deck throughout most of the slow journey from the scene of collision, few of them had been able to escape coui- were in A number pleiely clothed. their night chillies and oihers were wrapped in blankets lent t members of the West Hartland crew. I.Ighi-hoiise. . h; The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles. Wickersham Wins House Seat George It. Grlgshy, Democratic delegate from Alaska, was ousted from the house March 1, by a vote of IS'J to HVJ. James Wickersham (portrait herewith) was seated by 177 to 1C.L'. He was immediately sworn In and, according to a statement made on the lliMir. wn- - entitled to receive about $7,(mm a day until the end of Ids term March I. In WIS James Wickersham. Charles A. Sulzer. and I'r.meis Con ll...bvf uciiv he otlice of del egate from Alaska. The canvassing board uutmunccd the vote as follows: I SuJser. I.IS7; Wickersham. I, ."!: Connelly. ;K2. giving Sulzer a plurality of IK!. Wickersham contested. April 1.". I'.HP. Sul.er died, and two days later the canvas.-hi- g board de dared Sulzer had been elected. Short ly thereafter a special election was1 l by ordered to till the vacancy George It. Grlgshy Sulzer's death. became the Democratic candidate. Wickersliani, still claiming election In 1!18, declined to submit his name. As n result of that special election Grlss-bwas declared the victor. Thereupon Wickersham broadened his contest proceedings mi as to im.ke them cluillonge the right of Gngshy as the successor of Sulzer. ero.-teiy Holland's National Remedy since 1695. All druggists, three sizes. Look for the name Gold Medal on every box and accept do imitation For CROUP. COLDS,. 3 aire MotSen boaltl krrp a Jar of Brimet Vajooctulu conreoienL Wben Croa?. l&Aaenza or Pneumonia l&mtm lhi dclixbtfol talr nbtxd w'J Into fee tbroat, ctmc and sndex tbc ana, mil rellerv De cboUAc break ccnttttkn and proaott mtftl ileei. INFLUENZA & PNEUMONIA 7u wzLtm sum b: assxa 30c 60c uJ i20 tl i3 frsj tarn sr stal snprij Brame Drue Co. N. Wilkesboro, N. C. V gal-Io- t ti,1,h thtJ-stat- c Virginia Firm Accused. Austin, NVhols & Co., Washington. Water-Finde- r Finds Minerals. a inrinia corporation, engaged in the A raider In Dorset, Vt., writes that wholesale grocery business, has been He uses a forked he Is n water-findecited by the Federal Trade Commission to answer complaints of illegal stick but can not explain what power uipiisition and consolidation of cin- - 'causes It to point downward when he cling businesses, it was announced. Is passing over water. Not only can In lill'i, the complaint sets forth, Aus lyhe locate water, but by placing a small jlece of lend In the end of the stick tin, Nichols & Co.. Inc., a New Yor lp Is able to find lead when under corpm-jtloi- i, with headquarters in New Yoik t'n.v, was one oT "fffB " til rgosT" le giOUnG, uiBsaKCtRrbirrie-pikr a farmer. i also locato .cop- wholesale grocery concerns In the ;r. Montreal In. d. Culled States. r. 1 Naturally Hard to Recognize. The novelty of dipt. Jenks and his houselioldjins not yet woni off. Dinah never tiredif tlisCuSSirig ihem. I.Ike most people, she ti"kes n great Interest In clothes, and often discusses the habiliments' of the people for whom she works. Recently she went to call on n former mistress, with whom she got to talking about Copt. Jenks. The captain's changes from uniform to civilian clothes sometimes confused her. "dipt. Jenks came home yesterday nnd I didn't know him," said Dinah. "He hail on his pavilion clothes." Washington Star. Poorly Arranged. Some thlnss seem poorly arranged. A man Is generally able to pocket his pride has few jiockets. Itoston Transcript. Watch On Cuticura Wash otr Ointment In tive minutes with Cuticura Soap and hot water. It Is wonderful sometimes what Cuticura will do for poor complexionsdandruff. Itching and red rough hands. Adr. Every girl thinks she could play the role of coquette successfully If she cared to. Middle-Age- rising and retiring gently smear the face with Cuticura Ointment Improve .Your, Skin. Mellon, Head of the Treasury d Women Ohio. "I can highly Dr. Pierce's Fayorlte women of mid- Jlr ; $10,-IKr- - Admits Slaying Teachers. Cleveland. A man here, according to police, confessed he murdered Mabei Foote and Louise Wolf, Parma Heights school ten i hers, seven! weeks ago. e following lis arrest. The suspect, sav, h"d George Melrowltz, Captain of Detectives, and Detective Clareme Hanks lo Parma, where ho went over the ground and pointed out where the teachers were killed. According to police, the man described how he attacked one teacher while the oilier ran away. po-Ib- I Oil In North America. Oil was known to the Indians nnd used by them for medicinal purposes. It was first obtained from the surface of creeks and as a product of salt wells. Edwin L. Drnke drilled the first oil well In the United States In August, 1S59. near Oil City. Pa. The first discovery of oil in Canada was made in 1857 near Petrolia, Ont. Cynical Definition. "A bachelor," reninrks a disappointed lndy, "is n man who lives nlon wUh the one he loves." Prosperous Indians. The 3o0,0l)0 Indians now in the United States linve changed from game s. and hunters to About :!7,000 farmers nro cultivating almost l,(ioo,noo acres and 47,0011 own live stock worth about land-holder- s hoine-huihler- r llos-wort- ii One Killed, Sixty Hurt. Mbany, Ga. The northern part of Albany was swept by a tornado that killed one man, a negro. Injured CO per sons, half a dozen seriously, and caused ptoperty damage estimated at several hundred thousand dollars. The tor nado destroyed or partially wrecked approximately 100 dwellings, hut the reatest damage was done to a dozen or more large industrial plants. Tho Sturm swept a stretch of territory 100 yards wide and a mile and a piarter long. Women Imperiled in Fire. Pittsburg, Pa. Tliirty-livwomen deployed on the fourth Hour of tho Pennsylvania Paper Stock Company Ituihllng, in the downtown business district, narrowly escaped being trap-peIn the building when tire, starting in the basement, licked its way up the elevator shaft. The women and 20 men employes lied to the street through dense clouds of smoke. D.im- ;ige was estimated at $11KI,(KI0. o ii $38,000,000. Not Lonesome. , "Misery loves company.' "No doubt of It. That's the comfortable thing about golf. A bad golfer can always find plenty of fellows la bis class." Detroit Free Press. Exceeded the Time Limit Itedd So Wnck spoke at your clul 0s, founded the house. Mr. Mellon or was. an otllcor and director In corporations with a capitalization of Sl.;i3,07l.ll!. He pays the hirgest Income tax In Pennsylvania. In appearance he resembles a college professor. He Is tall and spare, gray mustache. with a He is tifty-nitijears old and tho father of tuo children, a girl and a hoy. lie Is u graduate of the of Pittsburgh, a patron of nrt, and Is associated in the management of the Carnegie institute, the great libraries ami other educational proj-in and iiround Pittsburgh that the ironmaster poured forth his mil lions to establish. Thirty years ngo .Air. Mellon built an oil pipe line to tight the Standard From Marcus Hook the Mellon Oil. clear neriKs the state of IVnnsvlvanla. compan.x ships lts oil In its own tankers to all parts of the world. On the Monongahela river, near Pittsburgh, is the town of Donora. with n population of l.",000. Mellon chose this spot for mi Iron nnd steel plant. Jle built the town. Is, closely-croppee d I'nl-versl- Andrew W. Mellon, the new secretary of the treasury. Is one of the wealthiest citizens In the country. The three big Mellon hanks have followed the line of business laid down by Thomas Mellon, who, in the middle HUlsboro, recommend Prescription to much disI don't believe any woman could be more uncomfortable than I was when I me dle age. I T38 In a miserable condition a year or so before I reached the I suffered with Inflammation and my bladder gaTe tress. started to take tho 'Favorite Prescription.' I am now safely through this trying time and have 'Favorite Prescription' to thank for my present good health, so I advise other women to give It a trial." MRS. J. "W. KES-LEI893 W. Main St-- All druggist. L o. Vaseline Reg U S.Pat Off What's Wroncx With Railroads? Carbolated dressing for cuts; sores, etc ' Ko otber Ir Is packed so safely and or la so economical not a bit wasted. No other Ire or soap cleana and dlatnfecta so eaaltr and tboroughlr as Dsnner Lye. It Is not old-styIre. Odorless and colorless: the greatest cleanser and disinfectant tbs world baa ever known. Use tt tor clesnlnx roar ktteben. cellar, slaks. dslrr. rollk-psn- s and bottles, for softening water, and tbs labor of wasblnr and cleaning wilt be cut in batf 3iIAJdIS JLU x-and savea money besides. A csn of Itannri tH pounds of kltcben aresse. ten minutes' essy work (no boiling or large kettles), and you have 10 ponnda of best bard soar r 20 rations of soft sosp. Banner 1.7 Is sold by your crocer or Write to us for free booklet. Tees of Banner Xne renn Chemical Works Philadelphia USA is easy to use BOAP Ixlngton. According to E. U Harrison, president of the Kentucky division of tbs Farmers' Educational and Union of America, a movement is under viy to try and combine all farm loan associations and projects into one which will completely meet the needs of all fanners, whether tenants or land owners. This matter was taken up, and Mr. Harrison, at the recent meeting of tho fanners union In Washington, and an effort will be made to put a bill in Congiesa with suflicleiit backing to Insure iU passage. Frankfort. Two new consolidated high sthools will be erected In Owen and Shelby county. Four school districts, Lusby's Mill, Hammond, Suiitn and Link, have consolidated in Owen County and will build a ifJO.OOO school. A tar in addition to the comity tax of 45 cents has been voted for school purposes in that county. In S30,-00- Public investigation of railroad operations since the roads were rewill be proturned to dinner? posed hy Senator Cuuiiiiliw of Iowa Greene Yes, he did. upon the opening day of the special "Did lie come up to your cxpecta session of coiurress. lie will ask that Hons?" the conitnitlee on Interstate com"Up to them? Great guns! lie went merce, of which he Is chairman nnd beyond them!" an hour act. which framed the . shall make the linestigatlon. That Worth the Difference. something is wrong lie believes is apTraveler What Is the difference parent. 1'ut congress and the counand between your try lire tillable to tell exactly, and he Practiced Wife Trading. Louisville. Alleging that lie was City. I'tah. Moses S. rooms? Salt Insists that both must know. If there ejected from a street car after refusing Hotel Keeper We furnish rat trunt Is to be reinoal of the mistrust with formerly a presiding to pay more than 5 cents car fate, lt Giidmuniisou, room In the which the public has come to regard Ilutlienburg, an attorney. Hied suit elder in the Church of Jesus Christ against the Louisville Hallway Com-Iin- of Ijuter Day Saints, and who, with the whole question and if congress Is CINCINNATI MARKETS. In the Jefferson Circuit Coutt his followers, was excommunicated fur to determine properly what can be done to relieve the situation. for $1,01)0 damages. Ilutlienburg says the alleged practice of "wife sacrifice" Hay and Grain. he boarded a car on Jefferson street. that provided for the men taking the If the present llnaiicial Corn No. .'! while UlfMiLV, No. 3 and deposited the full fare for his pas- wives of others. Issued' a statement jellow til It IK.V, No. I mied ."iSli'fp of the railroads is due to mliu-io- r defending his :cthn. oxtraagnnce sage, but that the demand and Gudinuiiiso:i lilisiuanairement ."MI'Ac. No. '' yellow tUfi tClc. ed 2 cents In addition to ihe legal fare said in the statement that he and his that should he disclosed. Sinaior Sound May Timothy per ton Kutlieuburg says followers founded a colony In Western HI, clover mixed XH'.Q-- l. already deposited. clover Cummins says. If it is dm to can- e- that these he offered the conductor 1! cents ad4I l"ta!i, as a result of dreams, which he Sl'J.riOiplS. entirely heyniid the control of the railroad manager, he is Oats No. 2 white IJ'Atft 13c, No. 3 causes should he iliscoereil. His program therefore calls for a bearing of tloual on condition the conductor give staled formed tlod'i way of telling white 11'ifT I'J'c, No. 3 mixed 3! him a receipt, which was refused. men of ills will. the railroad operators and of the rallrond emplojecs. on 75-ceembflr-rnssme- An antiseptic A necessity where there i are children. AVTCD SUBSTITUTES -- mr eTrsrp nr.r,T a. VewYorb State Street Usthma Remedy lor the promDt relief of Asthma and Hay Fever. A8k your druggist for It. 29 cents and one dollar. Write for -- $H i.t-l- 10c. Cuticuf a -Soap IS For the Hands -- IDEAL- Ssap 25c, Ointment 25 sod 50c, Talcum 2sc vnnmi 1 som m kik IHKIMIMI AmmMi CJUcacc lllipanichus, a Greek philosopher, bcgrji to catalogue the stars In the yeor 134. Self-lov- e prevents many a man from bating a hypocrite. and MIDINP "Uht Strong.Morals'. Vl"TC Hoot Smart or Burn, if Sore, Irritated InflamoH nr Granulated,useMurine often. Soothes, Refreshes. Safe for Infant cr Adult, At all Druggists. Write fot Free l'i Book. But ?p foR JL. TOUR Qi Jp Eyi. If they Tircltch, HtcL'hy tlU tatijiQltw Wheat No. 'J red SI --Toff l.."iL. No. 3 Radium To Be Gift. , chief red No. I red S1.I30 Washington. President nnd .Mrs. 1.1C. Sl.lSSfl.l'.IV-cprohib'tion agent for the eastern dis Harding will receive .Mine. Curie li trict of Kentucky, was named federal the While House May 211 and will pro-jcButter, Eggs and Poultry. prohibition agent in charge of the to her a gramme of radium, val Itutter Whole milk creamery etra3 state of Kentucky, a new olllce recent ued at SliKM'lHi. in behalf of the women r(V. ccntrali.ed extra" 17c, lirst 13c. Kggs-- Kxtra firsts m iTi'J-Je- , ly created by the prohibition depart- of America who have coiitiiluileil to a litMs ment. Harry J. Klaine, Covington, was fund for this purpose in recognition 20l6fi -- lc. ordinary tir.--t uii2iK Lho Poultry llroilers. 2 lbs and named ch ef agent for the eastern dis- of her scientific services. Olliccrs trict, and assumed his duties. Mr. Me and members of the Women's Com under GOe, yoiiiii; chl ken over 2 lbs Shelby County Clay Village, Wolfe Farland probably will remain In Lex- mittee, which lias provided for t tie 10c; fowls o lhs and oxer .'!iic, under 4 lbs "t)c, rmwters l'.lc. Itun, Sledd ami Peytona consolidated ington, although ho is now In Jucksor purchase, will attend, it was for a high school, which will cost Mine. Curie will dime to this and could not lie seen. He has been ii Live Stock. An additional tax of 20 cents the revenue service for twenty-licountry especially for the presentation. Cattle Steers, good to choice $S.r,0 will be levied. years. it was .iddul. f?!.2.'i, fair to good S7.."iiS..-i-t, common to ralr S.ISI"..", heifer-- , gooil to choice Just in Time. !?SffJ!, fair to good S7JIS. common of dress show the spirit of youth, and Giving Up Colors. "Is the lady of the Iioums ln?"nsked to fair !?I07. canncrs S2?J3, slock to become n slave to monotony Is to Color In dress l a topic one hears heifers So if 7. Every woman the man at the front door. nwny. Calves Good to choice s'itfj'IO, fair mentioned frequently, as each season give oneself "She Is; but she's asleep Just now," too, how gieatly the dress she to good SGTi'.l, common and large brings new shades and tints. Some- knows, mood of the mo answered the iniild. times one hears the opinion expressed wears uffects her "Very good. I'm selling alarm clucks. Sheep Good lo choice S.'i'ii .1.."in, fair woman should give ment ; even 'Uleopatru's lutlnlte variety Take one In and see If !! won't do good that a middle-age-d to good S3.."i0fJ.'i.."i. tommiui N'."!i3, wearing colors. "I wear nothing may have been due to her wardrobe. ap ork." lambs, good to choice .''J.."iO'i 10, fair but black now," says many n woman to good SS.."i0fl,..."l). Deep V Necklines. to who seems to think It creditable Ilog.s Heavy .s'.Ki ll.".", tlmice patk-er- s She's Changed. Some street frocks have deep V her. True, stout women always look ami butchers S!i.7.".ll0.o0, medium Hello Ynu know, r.ertha was very necklines, filled by little satin vests. their best In black and dark colors common to choice heavy fat $10.."O, hnckwnnl In school. and In dull rather than bright fabrics; I'.eulnh Well, gracious knows, she's sows S(5fi7.oO. light shippers SlOJj) A dress of navy blue scge la trto St).J0 The 10.:a pigs (110 lbs and le.-but monotony Is wearisome. She certainly apmade up for It. choice of nctr colon and new schemes J med with white organdie. pears to be n very forward thing now. io.no. Iiexlngton. U. G. McFarland, nt s) REE SAMPLE. Northrop & Lyman Co.,Inc.,BuffaIo,N.Y. Illinois Stops Road Building The eyes of the automobile and good roads worlilx have been fixed on Gov. I.cn Small (Mrtnilt Illinois. herewith) lias created a natloii-widhy directing that all of the bids for road construction under the SC0.IHIO.IKIO homl issue, opened recently, lie rejectisl. IMrector of Public Works C. IS. .Miller forthwith rejected the entire lot and the road building program of the state administration SiuiultnncousPj It at a stainl-tll- l. Governor Small directed that an Investigation he started Immediately of the causes leading to the high prices named by the contractors. The gocrnor .shows that the spring bids-- of 1PI! averaged S32.000 a mile when corn was $2 a bushel. The bids now kicked out of the state a mile for house aenigeil northern Illinois and SI1.2T.0 a mile fur Kgypt. with corn lit ia cents n His assertion is that no bushel. road syftem provided for In the e scii-alli- ni 1J) Any STANDBY, FOR ACHES MP PAINS man or woman who keeps Sloan's handy will tell you that same thing those frequently rheumatic twinges. counter-irritan- t, Sloan's Linies ment scatters the congestion and wtkout rubbing to the afflicted part, soon relieving the ache and pain. Kept kandy and used everywhere for reducing and finally eliminating the pains and aches of lumbago, neuralgia, muscle strain, joint stiffness, sprains, bruises, and the results of exposure. You jut knov from its stimulating, healthy odor that it will do you good I Sloan's Liniment is sold by all druggists 35c, 70c, $1.40. ESPECIALLY Pen-hat- S more than I.T.00 mlt.'s nt the system could btf constructed. UHNi-mil- unimenx(S) N. U., CINCINNATI, NO. 21- 3, OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. fMPBOVED UMTOBM After Every Meal t I ilk,. HKIULLTO SeatedTitffir A Haai Rirffit I 'M L W HI I ' 1 II II i PACK. it Mi I jj&i-r-kmm CHAPTER IV. 13 VOICE M 41 M easr ".vwjmf asae t s . t vi k m i s ii ip vl ii dii' 1 r ir t rT.'Mmwa' si. iii iw i fi vr sW n ill 01111 ... . m fi irui h "r iv u'.td of her inli Siinuliiril fell !' Uin-the ledmats', vpil(- region 't the l'ivide I" her ill tuii.v the winding nails hud heiii her plu.x ground, and long ago she hail - traverIng i nml of that for i I m Id w I rm I Ej mi mn I h jraj WRIG LEY'S has steadily r a r Kepi to me price. u iu iiic szsauitc. 1112111 otaiiu" n ard of quality. pre-wa- . 1 8 i ii i t i i other goody lasts so . A I iuiii. ma asu nine ui uuco so much for you. No , H I knouleslge now. She Jippesl Inln hi-- r frs'i'. swinging stride: Mini llie laM lieains from the wimlows if the IwuiM' were ssmiii lost ill I lie pines helilnd her. II was sine of hntithl.s-- s nighls with whi.h iiiiaiiiuaini-1- . no mountaineer mid fsir n long lime the sml sound slis onild mi' her own soft The trss trnnip In the plm- hi-n- the inoiinlalmvr's slitli M'iie tin-iat nlaht. She luisl thoM-sil.Ti- t. lliem.-eh- es Hi mi SI S -- B n l H ' Handy to carry beneficial In effect full of flavor- -a I 1 jl H solace and comfort for young and old. i sjjfc m HI fc s Mr ,Acrc f HUUK j . , 7- - "Mmi.1 snjs,", running aftef j mfsmm i i ASP1RIN Name ,Ba'er" ft i j VK V3? Drink ' . j ! - j j j Bakcis Cocoa i Every Day . It is s ious. PX11) Unless yon see tbe kjk "Hnyer" on packnpe or on talilc' nre not ppttlns genuine Asplrii. scrilied liy plij slelans for tventy-oyears nnil proved safe by millions Take Aspirin only as told In the Ilayer package for Colds, Headache. Neural-- , Kia. Kheiimntlsm. Iiarache, Toothache. I.mnlinpo, and for I'nln. Handy tin lioxes of twelve Ilayer Tnhlets of Aspirin eot few cents. Drnzsists also sell larger package. Aspirin Is the inide mark or Ilayer Manufacture of Monoacetlcacldestcr of Salicyllcaciil. Adv. n T - 011 Genuine & Uewaii'h n- ft y S0ir ifM.euinff, ' so healthful, con- tains so much valuahle food material that it should he used every day. sxarts vookut or amice ' sit rux "(Hie me the map Sajs a sage: whittles at his work." All right i'Ii' chap; you can Iiae him. l.o i Catarrh Is a local disease Rreatly influII by constitutional conditions. therefore requires constitutional treatment. HAT.lS CATARRH MUDICINK i taken internally and acts throuRh the Dlocl on the Mucous Surfaces of Distributors for Exclusive HALL'S CATARRH the System. MnniClNK destroys the foundation ot Territory tV arc appointing distributor for our new the disease, gives the patient stiencth by lmi)tvlns the general healtii and assists Comhlnatlon inofk Alorbr anl Xor Ford Cara. 3Jut "irectlv absorber an-nature in dolnc Its work. All Drusslsts. Circulars free. rnubbr ever designed Fully iruarantL Manufactured b the Trlco Pro !uct Corp. F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. of Buffalo, makers of motor car ejuipraent for Zi motor car manufacturers Write at once for all details Secure a fl. M for jour Shoes that exactly fit a girl are n "wp etclutve eellinf; TKIfO PKODrCTS CUIcott St KufTalo. N. T. curiosity. enced Walter Bakcr&CoLld; Catarrh Can Be Cured Stung! Vliy Is Mrs. Cral.b m anjzry with you?" It seems tliat the cook Mie IiirtMl uwsy from me is not satisfactory. Indigestion prodncrs and dliaffreeabl. Wright' sometime, alarming Bmptums. Indian Vegetable 1'llla stimulate the dlgea-tlr- . processes to function nsturall-- . Adv. Examine carefully every hottle of CASTOUIA. that famous old reinedj for infants und children, ami see that ii Rofirs tho S T, s . Important to Mothers f Signature In Use .of Over 30 1'ears. Childreu Cry for Fletcher's Castorit - s tQZzSZyl'. Getting Into heaven doesn't worry a Iut no married man can understand n.an half so much as trying to keep why a bachelor have need of n out of the other place. rest cure. Accented Wall Tint To Get Vhe Nationally Cmiint fHtheut Crcsi and Circle Prinudi RxJ Alabaitirt Reiulli You Mutt Ait for Alabaitint by Nam We Hand You the Package That Puts Health WsV and Cheerfulness in Your Home Smoked, trrimy, papered, painted or kalsomined walls are a menace to health and offensive to the discriminating housewife. Alibattine it to economical, to durable, so unitary, to easy to mix and apply that it it universally used in securing proper wall conditions. Alabaitine is used in the homes, schools, churches and on all kinds of interior 1 surfaces, whether plaster, wallboard, over painted walls, or even over old wallpaper that is solid on the wall and not printed in aniline colors. Alabastine is packed in dry powder in full five pound picfcaj;es,reqiiirinj You will readily only pure cold water to mix, with directions on each package. appreciate the economy ot Alabastine over other methods, and remember it is used in the finest homes and public buildirfis every where. Be sure you get Alabastine, and if your dealer Ml IN ONE mcoKirToot caunotor will not supply you, write direct for sample HIHUTE WITH I tIDtDMPPU card and color designs with name ot nearest dealer. Wf.ll w New walls dtmand Alabastine, old wajls Alabastine. 1650 GrandvUle fiimi tluit stf niiiuiiig water whieli the J ' wind sift, n tiuik- s- In pine tojis. Not that she aa by it us stories .ssuld he loll tlmt certain tenderfeet. (lying f thirst In the haris'ii hills, have been. Kilt ie always liked ihe sound: ; nil tonight. 11 spes-iallsl she She felt that if she would stop to listen, there would be many fa'nt sounds In the ihlekels Iho-- e little hushed noises that the wild things of make lo rsiiiinil heir presenci-- . Hut she slid not In Ihe. least fare lo hear these sounds. They do not tend toward peace of mind on a long wall; out the ridge. began at once. Tile wilderness Whalev.T Iiillueiiee toward civilization her father's houss' had brought to the wilds chopped olT as beneath a I'Inde ill the first fringe of pines. Thi Is altogs'ther sharacterlstie of the fors'sts. They are much too big ami loo old to be lamed la any large of one house. slegree by the pre-enNo sine knew this fact better than Lennox hlmseir who. in a hard vin tor of four vicars before, had sv.it sif his window to iliul the wolf pack rsinsed in a hungry s iivle abou! his house. Within two hundred mrds iiHer she had p:'"ed thioti'ili l.er la il. nu.tr. Iher's deor. she was that the wild was stirring and thrsib blng Willi life about her. Al lii.--i si e tried very hard lo think of other things. Ihu the atls'it.pt wasn't en tlrs'ly succi'ss. And before she had covered Ihe first of 'he twele .idles, Ihe sounds Unit from the l!rt had bes'ii knockli' at the d lor of her consciousness began to make an s'litraii. e. If a persen .fs-- still loog ei.uugli. he bealliu usually hear his h.-Ms and the llow of his i; les. Any sound. . I .i tsake Mwif oiiar .s this way wilh a noise that crept up through the silence her. She from the trail behind wsuildn't give it any heed at first. Hut It gisw In a very Utile while ind.-ed- . st- insistent that she could no longer disregard it. Some living creature was trotliii along on the trail behind, keeping up the same distance beproximately tween them. I'ori'golng anynttompt to ignore it. she set her cool young mind to thinking what manner of beast It might be. Its step was not greatly different from possibly a that of a large slog dog would havi- - made slightly more noise. Ys't she couldn't even be sure of this basic premise, because this animal, whatever It might be. had at llrst seemingly niovi'd witli utmost caution, but now took less care with Its step than Is customarv wilh the wild denizens of the woods. A wolf, for instance, can simply drift when it wishes, and the silence of a cougar Is a name. Yet unless her pursuer were a slog, which seemed entirely unlikely, it was certainly one of these two. She would have liked very much lo believe the step was Unit of Old Wolf the bi'ar. suddenly curious as to what this dim light of hers might be; but she couldn't bring herself to accept the Woof, except when wounded or lie. sornered. is the most amiable creature In the Oregon woods, and It would give her almost a sense of security to have him waddling along ami cougar, t.chind her. The wsdvs-remembering the arms of Woof, would not be nearly so curious. Hut unfortunately, the black I.ear had never slone such a thing la Ihe memory of man, and If he had, he would have made six times as much noise, ile can go fairly softly when he Is slalk-- J log. but when he is obliged to trot ns h" would be obliged to do lo keep human figure up with a he cracks twigs like a rolling log. She had the Impression that Ihe anl-- : mnl behind bad been passing like smoke at first hut wasn't taking the trouble to do It now. t on Ihe The sound was n soft obliterated trail sometimes but always recurring when she began to believe that she had only fancied J Its pri'seiice. Sometimes a twig, raln-- j soaked though It was, cracked beneath a heavy foot, ami again ami again she heard the brush crushing ami rustling as something passed through. Sometimes, when the trail was covered with soft pine needles. It was practically Indistinguishable. The animal was approximately one hundrs'il feet behind. It wasn't n wolf, she thought. The wolvs-- ran In packs this season, and except in wintei were more afraid sif li'iiuan beings than any living creature. It wasn't u Ijnx o'le-lit-- j - sine .f those tie ft lines that will mew all da on n trail and never dare come near. It was iMi'ih 'no large for a ljn. The pesuliar souiul. not wrs' iiii)iiiin!i-- s. That t slllTs-ren- ll' j inl-se- i n fell too sohdh There were 110 ill the mountains to .'ollow at It'll: and she had no desire whatever to unset Shag, the faithful hxhrlil that Us".i to he her guardian In Ihe hills. Tor Shag hail gone lo his well-dserved rest several seasons before. Two other possibilities ivmniiicd. One was that this follower was a human Itt'lng. tin' olher that It was a cougar. Ordinarily u human being Is much more potciiiiully dangerous to a woman in ti.e hills :it night than a cougar. A snugar Is an abject coward ami sonic nti'ii ars- - not. Hut Snowbird felt herself entirely capable of handling any human foes. They would have no advantage over her; they would have no purpose In killing from ambush; and she trusted to her own marksmanship Implicitly. While it Is an extremely dlllicult thing to shoot at a snugar leaping from the thicket, a tall man standing on a trail presents an eas) i:irg. I. Resides, she had u vague si n,, ot discomfort thai If this animal were n cougar, he wasn't acting true lo form, lie was altogether too bold. The animal on the trail behind her vsas taking no at all lo go silently, lie was simply along, wholly at his ens,.. i,. acted as If the fear that men have instilled' In his brs'i'sl was somehow missing. And i!.nt 's wh;. she In tlnetively tried to hurry on the trail. The step kept paie. Tor a long mile, up a barren ridge, she heard s'vs-r- j sis'p it made. Then, as tho brush closed deeper arotn.d her, she couldn't lniir it at all. She hurried on. straining to the silei.es'. No the sound was stopped. Could It be that the animal, fearful at last, bad turned from her trail? Anil lli.-tor the tirst time a gasp that fei l ce j ps-r- all )iw s i - s j swift-walkin- g ' put-pa- j s r ght lay silent nnd mysterious Divide. He stood listening, 'mil started only an nonr It was unlikely that she . ,(:d have traversed more than two miles f the steep trail In that time. Although the horse ordinarily did not climb n hill more swiftly than a human being, he didn't doubt but that ho he could overtake her before She Heard the Steps Again. went three miles farther. Hut where was not greaiiv different from a de- lay his duty with the Injured inn spairing sob caught at her throat. She In the house or wilh Ihe daughter on I i the darkness? heard the steps again, and Ihey were her errand of mercy In the thickets Just beside her. Then Ihe matter wh decided for him. So faint tlmt It only whispered Two hours before Snowbird had left at the dim. outer frontiers of hearing, the house, on her long tramp to the a sound came pricking through the ranger station. Ian had started home, darkness. Only Ids months of listenlie hadn't shot until sunset, as he had ing to the faint sounds of the forest, planned. and the Incredible silence of Ihe night He rode one of Lennox's cattle enabled htm to hear It nt all. Hut he ponies, the only piece of horse-tlesknew what It was. the report of a that Hill had not taken lo the valleys pistol. Snowbird had met nn enemy when he had driven down the live In the darkness. (TO ni: CONTINUED.) stock. She was a pretty hay, a spirited, high-bremare that could whip about on her hind legs at the touch of TELL OF LENGTH OF LIFE the rein on her neck. She made good Age Secrets of Animals, Trees, Plants, time along the trail. And an hour sunset he passed the only human and Even Birds, Easily Pene. trated. by the Initiated. habitation between the marsh and I.i'iitiox's houss' the cabin that I ad been recs'iitly occupied by Lantly As most people are aware. It Is possible to fell the age of n horse by ex- ' He glanced at the place us, he nmlnlng Its teeth, remarks a writer passed and saw that It was deserted. In London Answers. No smell of wood smoke remained In I The age of a sheep mny bo known the air. Kvhlently Landy hail gone In n similar manner that Is, by Its down to the .settlements with his teeth. The number of years a cow precious testimony In regard to the has lived Is found by a different metharson ring. Yet It was curious that od. The horns are examined, and the no word had bi'en heard of him. As number of rings on these horns tells far as Dan knew, neither the courts almost exactly the age of the cow. nor the forest service had taken acJust as the horns Indicate the age tion. of the cow. so the development of the He hurried on, four miles farther. antlers helps to calculate the age of The trail ontcrci! the heavy thickets, animals belonging to the deer family, nml he had to ride slowly. It was ns and the length of life of other horned wild a section as could be found on animals Is arrived nt In the same way. The age of ninny birds can be disIhe whole Divide. And Just ns he came to a iittle cleared space, thrse covered by examining the spurs. strange, dark birds thing up on Trees often live to n very great age. w ings. nnd while they are standing It Is a He knew them at once. All moun- dlfllcult matter to arrive at the nge taineers come o know them before of these; but when they have been their days are done. They were the cut down the nge of the tree may he buzzards. Ihe followers of the dead. reckoned by counting the numhei of And what ihey were doing In the rings visible In the section. It Is a comparatively easy mattn thicket just beside the trail, Dan did to learn the age of growing mistletoe, not dare to think. Of course ihey might be feeding on as each shoot sends off two new the body of a deer, mortally wounded shoots each ys'ar, and by counting the by some hunter. He resolved to ride Joints from the root to the tip of any by without Investigating. lie glanced branch the number of years the misup. The buzzards were hovering In tletoe has lived may be computed. the sky.' evidently walling for him to Fill Your Own Niche. pass. Then, mostly to relieve a curiThe rose has one mission and the ous sense of discomfort in his own min'l, he slopped his horse anil dis- apple blossom another. You cannot do another's work. Do your own a'ld mounts d. The twIIMit hud slurleil to fall, nml be content. Exchange. i h he-fo- re Ilil-dretwide-spreadicloth-covere- d wmZAm m already Its first grnvness had begnn lo vol ten the hnril.-- r lines of forest and hill. And after his first glance at lie curious while hi up beside the trail, he was extremely glad that It had. Hal fliers' was no chance lo mis fake the thing. The eli'tnelits and much more terrible agents bad wrought their change. et there was grisly evidence n plenty to show what had siecurri'il. Dan didn't doubt for .in instant but that It was (he skeleton of I.atsdy lllldreth. Ile forced himself to go nearer. The buz7anls were almost done, and one white bone from Ihe shoulder gave evidence of the passage of a bullet. What had happened thereafter, be could only guess. Ile got back itllckly on liN horse. He understood, now. why nothing had been heard of Ihe evidence thai Landy llildrelli was to turn ovst !o the (oiirts ns to the aclhllles sif the arson ring. Some ons probably Hert Cranston himself had been waiting on the . trail. Others had come And his lips ssd in his resolve to let this murder measure in the debt be hail to pay Cranston. The Lennox house seemed very silent when, almost an hour later, he turned his horse Into the corral. He had rather hoped that Snowbird would be at Ihe door to meet him. The ilnrk-ni's- s had just fallen, and all the lamps were lighted. He strode Into the living room, warming his hands an Instant beside the fireplace. The lire needed fuel. It had evidently b'i'ii neglecied for nearly an hour. Then he called Snowbird. His vois-echoed in the silent room, unanswered, lie I'nlletl again, then went to look for her. At the door of the dining room he found the note that she had left for hint. It told, very slmplv and plainly, that her father lay InJtirs'd in Id" hod. and lie was to remain and do what he could for him. She laid gone for help to the ranger station. Ile leaped through the rooms to Lennox's deor. then wi'iit In on tiptoe. thing he saw when he And the oponi'd the door was the grizzled man's gray face on the pillow. "Yon'ie home early. Dan." he said. "How ninny did yon get?" entirely characteristic. was It Shaggy old Woof Is too proud to hnwl over the wounds thai lay him low. and this gray old bear on the bed had partaken of his spirit. "Hood Lord." Dan answered. "How badlv are you hurt?" "Not so had but that I'm sorry that Snow bird has gone drifting twelve mill's over the hills for help. It's dark as pitch." And It was. Dan could scarcely make out the outline of the somber ridges against the sky. They talked on. and their subject should remain to was whether take care of Lennox, or whether he should attempt to overtake Snowbird with the horse. Of iimre the girl bad orderi'd him to stay. Lennox, on the othei hand, said that D.m could not belli him In the least, and desired him to follow the girl. "I'm not often anxious about her." he said slowly. "Hut It Is a long walk through 'he wildest part of the Soi wiy I can't bur accidents Ighl "'I like to think of her 's alone." , .. .vhat hr.ij lain ho-.e trail. Dan felt the sameT Tie ard, long ago, Ihe iny nnlmal ses Its (.,. tasted human trusted men and Is nev f int still ?ome wild nin irtTr. the lust oted the ridges had. He left nth. done just that th. fliers-afterlii--D-i, IHTERNATIOltAt SiJIWSOM Mr (CX REV Lesson H 1 Him. REMARKABLE SAYS NEW HIM.- - l!ibl In th Moody ) of t'hU-.iK1921. UVwfrn N'sMM'ap'i Tnlon.) lntltule of KmcllMi FiTZtt AT Kit, I. IK -- -' ""- LESSON FOR APRIL 10 BIBLE TEACHINGS ABOUT THE CHRISTIAN'S BODY (HEALTH). LESSON TKXT- -I Cor. 6: U. 20, Gal. 6:7, 8. UOLHKN TEXT Every man that .:f-- ; Prominent Rochester Citi-- ! zen Tried Ten Years To Get Relief, But Tanlac Is Only Thing That Helped One or the latest to testify regarding the powers of Tanlac, the celebrated medicine which has been accomplishing such remarkable results. Is James J. Iteasley. 102 Elmdorf Avenue. Rochester. New York. .Mr. Heasley has been chief record keeper for the Department of Water Works, cily of Rochester, for thirty years nnd is a well known nml highly respected citizen. In referring to the remarkable recovery of his health by the use of Tanlac, .Mr. Reasley said: "I have been trying for ten years to find relief from a case of dyspepsia. Nothing ever helped me to amount to anything until I got Tanlac. This Is saying a great deal, for 1 did everything it seems that a man could slo to find relief. Of course. 1 was hardly ever sick enough to go to bed and was most always able to keep going, but I "just never felt right. At times during those ten years, my stomach would become sour like vinegar. 1 would have nn uncomfortable bloated up feeling af ter eating that would last for hours. I suffered a great deal from nausea. At times my heart would flutter and palpitate and 1 would become alarmed over my condition. My nerves were on edge nil the time, and I became Irritable, nervous and restless. I had no strength or energy to do anything. In fact I wasn't like myself at all. Kven a week or two ago It was nn effort for me to get out of my chair find I fi'lt as stiff and clumsy ns an - '? r - ?VV- - strlv-et- h for the mastery 1 Is temperate In all siS5l IhiiiKS MATERIAL Prov. J3: Gal. 6:19-2ruiMAKY TOPIC Taklnff Care ot Our liodi.'s. Is.i ;.1.1-- tti:i'i:UENUE Cor. 9:33. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC -- Thw Villus) nf Health. VOl'Ni; PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC Public Health Problems. The teachings of this lesson have an upon important bearing physical health, hut the primary reference Is moral. The sin with which l'aul was dealing was' fornication, not matters of hygiene. That physical health may be included we do not nnest inn. hut sad and serious will he the blunder if that only is taught. I. Glorifying God In Your Body (I Cor. f.:l'.l. 1M. It should be noted that the last clause of verse "0 Is-- omitted in the lb' vised Version and the best manuscripts. The conclusion of I'liul's argument is, "therefore glorify (Jod in yout body." 1. The Christian's body is the temple of the Holy Uhost (v. 10). Hod's dwelling place on Is now the human body instead of the temple at Jerusalem. If the sinless Spirit is to dwell In the body it must be kept clean. To defile or abuse the body In any way Is to Insult the Spirit and commit Ihe most awful sacrils-gThis truth apprehended solves forever the problem of licentiousness, gluttony, use of tobacco, the abuse or neglect of tke body in any way whatsoever. 2. The Christian's' body Is God's property (v. 10). lleing Hod's temple, the proprietary right Is in God and not man. lleing the property of the Lord, the Christian's motto is, "Whether therefore ye eat or drink, or whatsoever ye do. do all to the glory of God (I Cor. 10:31). "Holiness unto the Lord" ought to be written over (fat II. The Christian's body has been bought (v. 20). The price paid to redeem the body was the precious blood of Chilst (I l'eler 1: IS, 10). We estimate tilings by what they cost. When we estimate our bodies In thut light we will be very jealous of their purity. Guarding our health Is part of our JUNIOR TOPIC-Grow- ing Stronc. JAMES J. BEASLEY Of Rochester, New York. 'old work horse. "It Is really remarkable what Tanlac has accomplished In my case. It lias relieved me entirely of Indigestion. I never have that distressing feeling any more after eating, and I feel perfectly fine In every way. I will always feel grateful for what this wonderful medicine has done for me and I am only too glad to sire It my heartiest endorsement." Tanlac Is sold by leading druggists everywhere. Adv. Would You Lend Your HORSE to a Stranger to Test .the Effect of Some New Drug? Think of this if ottered substitutes and imitations instead ot Blackman's Medicated Salt Brick JbON'T EXPERIMENT .M '. he-,.- nl II. Keeping the Body Under Control (I Cor. 0: The Christian's life Is more than mere existence, there Is something to ilo to be accomplished. 1. It is a race (vv. 24. 2."i). In order to win a prize there must be Mill definite exertion. The Christian obtains life by contact with Jesus Christ through faith (John 3:16; 3:36 ; 5:2-1)- . This he possesses before he can begin Willie he gets (I s beginning ? e rewbefore . " The to s ( lieves to get lu, but wards. In the Olympian game- one could hope to get the prize, but In the Christian nice there Is a reward walling for every one who disciplines himself and runs'. As the racer In tlurse games mastered his desires and abstained from everything which might hinder him to win the prize, so the Christian will make any sacrifice to win. The prize In the Grecian games was corruptible, but the prize of the If the is incorruptible. Christian heathen would practice such regardless of its pain for a garland of pine leaves, shall not the Christian turn from bodily Indulgences of every kind s'o as to obtain the crown which fadeth not of righteousness away? 2. It Is a fight (vv. 20. 27). The Christian's efforts are not mere beatings of the air. He has n real antagonist. Ills light Is not a sham conlllct. He should exert himself with all his energy, and strike to lilt his enemy. In order to win success the body must be kept'under. In this case the antagonist Is the body. It should be so dealt with ns to bring It under subjection. All the evil propensities of his nature should he brought under control. III. Reaping What You Sow (Gal. 0:7, 8). God has established a law in the world that whatsoever a man sows that shall he also reap. To go on sowing with the expectation of not reaping Is to mock God. The world Is full of examples of those who thus mocked Ilini. This text has primary reference to giving to the support of ministers of the gospel ; Its real bearing Is upon Una believer for his stinginess rather than upon the sinner for his meanness, but It has a bearing on all that we do. ). self-denisal-Hon . .al-Iv- Dr.BIackman discovered Ihe exact proportions of medicines uaTMic needed, and for lb years biacKtnan stusput new nicmto live stock. Ask any veterinarian about the merits of ingredients as printed on the package. To avoid imitations see that thai Sj ATOMIC trackage bears the name BLACKMAN. caaomswajts; uvt srtc I 5i BLACKMAN STOCK REMEDY CO.. m Oaeuoop. Teanemt .'' He Did. t The Leopard Spots. ' "Don't you think 'Absolutely! Is an On a crowded Droad Ripple street car a mother was attempting to Inter- - overworked word?" "Absolutely PRoston TranscrlpL est her son. The lad had a little j wooden toy leopard in his hands. "What nre all those round things on 'Mir leopard, dearie t she asKeu.1 , he en-.- J life saver J , KILL RATS TODA .lour- - ' -- C'ir In. tantto all Women Readers of this Papar 1 I 1 V self-deni- -Itats.M:cs).CbsToatlMsE. Thousands upon thousands of women ( Th iraarintHl wrier" for "' iiais anu uswiuum both nave Kidney or Diauaer trouDie ana never of disease. They destroy forces food and property. tries, pests to ma Hlectrta Paste ! StearnV suspect it. from tie balldlD for water and fresh air. Women's complaints often prove to be KtuaUx r silt I, s (v I. r. ii&i. a .i Directions In U languages In snrery box. nothing eke but kidney trouble, or the Two Uses, 96c and Itsa Hwmn to MUM to 100 lit of kidney or bladder disease. result U. S. Government bajs It, If the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may cause the other orgacJ to become diseased. You may suffer pain in the back, headache and loss of ambition. Poor health makes you nervous, irritable and may be despondent; it makes any one so. claim that Dr. , But hundred' of bwamp-Koo- t, by Kilmers restoniiR STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE ffc a By UsIrS the Geniiin , .n j HOW DOCTORS TREAT COLDS health to the kidneys, proved to be just the remedy needed to overcome such t, ANDTHE FLU conditions Many send fnr a sample bottle to see what Swamp-Roothe great kidney, liver and bladdei medicine, will do for them Rv enclosing ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binshamton. N. Y.. you miy receive sample size bottle by Parcel You can purchase medium and Post large size bottles at all drug stores. Adv. Anticipation Is more fun than realization sometimes. First Step in Treatment 13 a Bruls Purgative With Calotabs, the Purified and Refined Calomel Tablets that are Nausea les3, Safe and Sure. Very Sure of God. The shepherds and the Wise Men came away from Rethlehem very sure of God. They had not been unbelievers or atheists, but the sight of the little Jesus brought to them a fresh and mighty consciousness of God's continual presence. Even the anticipation of God's coming In Jesus put a new song on the Hps of Zachnrlnh and Mary, and one sight of the Child was enough to open all the fountains of gratitude In the heart of the aged and AdSimeon. Congregatlonallst vance. Had Him There. He This magazine says tlmt a woman should make herself ns attractive to her husband after marriage as she did before. She 1m I My father always gave me plenty of money to make myself attractive with. You don'L lioston these homely spots. Simply get an ounce of Othlne double strength from your slruggtst. and apply a little of It night and morning snl you should soon see that even the worst freckles, hare begun to disappear, while the lighter ones have vanished entirely. It Is seldom that more than one ounce Is needed to completely clear the skin and gain a beautiful clear complexion. tie sure to asK ror tne aouDie sirengtn Othlne. as this Is sold under guarantee of money back If It falls to remove freckles. A lot of only painted. Doctors lava found by eiperienet that so medicine for colds and influenza cart be depended upon for full effectiveness until tho liver is made thoroughly active. That is why the first Lies often tread ou the toes of the step in tho treatment is the new, nausea-Ice- s colomel tablets called Calotabs, unshoa truth. which are free from tho sickening and weakening effects of the old style calomel. Doctors also point out the fact that an activo liver may go a long; way towards preventing influenza and is one Now Is the Time to Get Rid of These Utty Spots. of the most important factors in enThere's no longer the sllshtest nee.l oi abling tho patient to successfully with-st2d feellnff ashamed of your freckles, as Othlne an attack and ward oil pneusZouble strength Is guaranteed to remove FRECKLES If your eyes smart or feel scalded. Roman Eye fialsam applied upon going to bed Is Just the thing to relieve them. Adr. monia. One Calotab on (he tongue at bed time with a swallotv of water that's all. Ko salts, no nanses ;ior the slightest interference with your eating, pleasure or work. Next morning your cold has vanished, your liver is active, your system is purified, and yon are feeling fine, with a hearty appetite for breakfast. Druggists sell Calotabs only in original sealed packages, jpriee thirty-fiv- e golden silence Is cents. Your money will be cheerfully refunded if you do sot find thtva delightful. (Adv.) If you have nothing to worry about, ask your wife; she can always supply the deficiency. Women Rat Catahers. The latest sphere of women's activities is Two women at Bed Shanks, Farcet, caught 2S rats in one morning. Wearing suitable clothing and accompanied by two dogs, the woman ratcatchers attend at farms where threshing is in progress. It Is-- said that the women enjoy their Job and that, the farmers are enthusiastic in their praise. London Times. Al! Run Down Now Feels Fine Eatonic Ended His Troubles i . " " ' i. " m - Alabastine Company Ave Grand. Rspldi. Mich. BY "SOX GAME" strangers with whom he tool, a walk robbed him of $300. He told the police n stranger had St. Louis Saloonkeeper Is Reduced to nsked him to see a friend who wns Penury by Series of dying in the St. Francis. In a room Robberies. there Cicerlch saw a man, fully St. Louis. John Clcerlch. proprietor ilressvd, writhing on n bed. The llrst of n stiloon. was swindled out of ?'.V)0 man explained' that the man on the In and S'lH) in Liberty bonds by bed wns dying and that ho wanted to penniless. two men who worked Ihe ancient "box leave his wealth to nn honest person. And Commercial Lines. Clcerieh agreed to prove his honesty watching" game on him In a room at Slost of the wrinkles In a husniess the St. Francis hotel. (Tcorich sev- by drawing nil his money from the Sloto eral months ago was robbed in his sa- hank, nnd was made beneficiary of the men's face arc trademarkn. loon by bandits nid more recently two "estate." The "dying" innn placed a City Journal ICSES S1JG0 "Eatonic is the only thing I have found to stop my heartburn and I think It has been a great help in Transcript. nervous spells," writes G. C. Johnson. An upset stomach may cause lot The Soft Answer. of suffering all over the body. Eatonic helps In such cases by removing the She You pa.ssi'd me in the street cause of the misery, because it takes jesterday without even ltioklng at me. up and carries out the excess acid He If I had looked, I couldn't have Woman's Responsible Position. and gases and keeps the digestive orpessed. Miss Sophie II. Hnmnnt Is the only gans In natural working order. A tablet after meals Is all you need. Big woman among six persons handling The Next Step. a foreign exchange department in this box costs only a trifle with druggist's package Into a mMnl "What will come after world dis- country. Sim manages such a depart- guarantee. box, which was to leceive Clcorifh's armament?" ment in the olllce of the Cincinnati money also nnd be deposited In the "I haven't given the subject the representative of the Guaranty Trust PAKE'S bank. The key to the locked box wns close thought it deserves." replied New York. One hundred HAIR BALSAM given to Cicerlch by one of the swin- Cactus Joe. "But my guess Is that the company of thirty-fiv- e hanks, merchants, and Restores Cau a n.1 dlers'. At the hank Cicerlch discovered next big problem will be the search and Beauty to Cray and Faded ILairj manufacturers depend on Miss Hnmant sue. ana is.ro as i TTims, that he had been duped. Both men had for concealed weapons." Oem. Wis fate hoene. W. y for their daily information about forlied. Cicerlch dsclnred he was nou) eign exchange rates. HINDERCORNS ttetasriesruaraff-StcpsruirFallt- Questions of Honor. He ti!lou ask your mother If yoo could honor me by accepting my namel She Yes. and papa's gone to the bank to see If they'd honor your name there. Boston Transcript, wts. The Conspicuous Result. "Is bolshovlsm constructive?" "Only In one way," replied Miss Cayenne. "It makes a great deal of conversation." Cista loose, eut,, ttops all twin, enxn.-r- romtort to th tetu XQAke wftiktotr IVa. by nail or at Drue HlscoxnezBtCaa Wortj, lalclkjjfUc.XT. Uraulllul ri.utbc.uitlu lVrMiui liardinjc takln? oath of office ami illtvrint( Caphis Inaugural adilrra In front of V. itol, securely malle.l. Sc each- C. O. Co.. 723 10th St.. N. EL. Waal. D O OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OWpJGSVILLE, - -. , - KY. Sntered according to act of the Owinpsville, Ky., mutter. VOUTLOOK'S " Con-- at subcription $1.50 75c. i"ss follows: V iths 7- 45c - . D. THOMPSON. - - - Kentucky. ville, .iVllSDAY, APRIL 7, 1921. DEMOCRATIC ANNOUNCEMENTS CROOKS. days with her daughter, Mrs. Virgil Monljoy at Mt. Sterling last week. Mrs. Sue Jones has heen Miorl. the past week. Luther llitteiiger was in Mt. Sterling the past week. Little John Kee-- e Xorris continue about the same of his illness. Mr. Carl (inrrtit has lieen very ill the past week. Mrs. Sieiiccr visited her hrother at Sail Lick the past week. Jacob Moore sold his house anil 'ot to Miss Etna (Juiseiiberry for jfSOII. lisle, is visiting her unrle, Clarence Cassity. Leona Alfrey visited at .'ariuers the past week. Miss Wynonn E. Atchison, Moores Ferry, went Saturday to visit her ousin, Mrs. W. M. Bliss and Miss .Vynona Cariiiichnel in .ouisville. Born, to Mrs. Eva .lohn..ou, a son. Miss Mary Marvin Moore, of Ash and, was the guest of her cousin, MisN Christine Alexander Friday. Mrs. Win. McCarty, of Chicago, as the ;:ucst of her sister, Mrs. Jno. larrett, here. W. ,1. Shoitso and family visited relatives at Sherburne Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Royso and son have taken rooms at the Kentucky hotel. Mr. and Mrs. .lames Hall are mov-n- g back to their old home here from I'lnrk county. Mrs. Henry Caudill was a busiues-- i isilnr here from Morehead recently. Miss Kay Armitage, of Morehead, . visiting Mrs. Erna Armitage. .Mrs. Edna Buinly has returned nun (ronton, (). lack Thomas, of Winchester, was u town Sunday. C. E. Whit comb, of Norwood, O., was here over Sunday. Miss Mattie Williams, of Olive Hill College spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Lou Williams. Miss ODESSA Negroes Arrested for Moonshlning. Prohibition officers raided a building occupied by negroes on Main St., Mt. Sterling, and captured a moon- DISTRICT NO. 2, COLORED CHINESE FAMINE LAID TO DEFORESTATION GARRAGE AT CAMP ZACHARY TAYLOR shine still and arrested fourteen negroes, found in the building. Two of the negroes were held over to the I'tiited States court. The balance of the negroes were lined for disor deiiy c induct. A quantity of whis ky was found in th house bill it w.is red whickv. Add Hill and Henry- - Smith, 1 lot $G.6I Pii'igle, George town lot ........7.5li 3.01 Tnimbo, Alii c 1 a ............. j i Mrs. Clifton .lohnson was in Mt. Sterling last week. For County Judge s. o KVYIXO COXNKK For Sheriff S. M. KSTILL. Deputies: Anm Fanning ami Mason II. Bolts. ROBERT K. DUFF. Deputies: David B. Myres, and PEBBLE Mrs. Sam Rogers and son, Irviii. of near r'lemiiigsburg, visited Mrs. Ella Riley Saturday nigh and Sunday. C. W. Maddox lost I iy death a good cow. Arrested on Assault Charge. Hadcn and Wm. Sewell, brothers, were arrested on charge of assaulting and robbing Claude Stephens on the streets of Mt. Sterling several weeks ago. Stephens is still in a serious condition at a Lexington hospital. The Sewells are while men. They were placed under bonds of $2,5(1(1 each. Lose First Game. The Owingsville High School base One of the many botldlngt at the Cantonment which will be torn down In order that the lumber and other materials used in construction may bt utilized elsewhere. In the sale of Camp Zaebary Taylor, nt auction, beginning Monday, April UTi, the cost of building material wilt be reduced in such drastic manner that the many who have for several years past lieen living Iu uncomfortable and because of the crowded conditions, shortage of homes, will be enabled to procure, at their own price, all mateI Ii rial necessary for building. THE REV. WILLIAM STOUT. lumMany million feet of of China's great ber was selected for the construction DESTRUCTION by returnlnc of this Cantonment, ami It was subjected tn the most rigid Inspection. Havfor the world's worst famine that now threatens to ing been eposetl to tbe weather for only a short time. It Is prartically as wipe out 15,000,000 lives In North Cen" good as new, and for rough constructral China. Tho Rev. Mr. Stout, of Ixmlsrllle tion work and outdoor purposes on the nd (reorjretown, Ky., who hns retiirn-n- l farm or in the building of a home, it home after five years In China, will will answer every purpose that lumber bcln a toor of the State next week fresh from the mill does, and will lo tetl of the horrible conditions in the doubtless sell for considerably lest money. (amine area. The same Is true regarding the The Hev. Mr. Stout Is active In rals-In- c funds for tho China Kamlne Knnd, plumbing and heating equipment thnt of which Joseph Nurse, Louisville, is was used at tbe camp. This will be s. sold in small lots so that the small treasurer, and the Hev. Dr. K. Y. Through the China. buyer will be In ns good a position to Is chairman. Kamlne Kuqd, every relief orcanlzatlonj take advantage of these bargains as in China is supplied with funds. the large buyer who Is able to bur several carlnads. The 2,000 buildings will be offered one at a time, and the successful bid Substitutes for Genius. '.there can lie no real substitute for der will have the privilege of buying Renins, but there can be a great deal one or more of the particular type of done to put you In the genius class. building upon which be made his bid. Many of the buildings will require .Men of cenlus are scarce. They are of special endowment and come In the but the addition of a porch and a reright age to merit their full worth. Yet arrangement of the Inside partitions lo men really know many who enjoy the make them comfortable homes, while name of genius are nothing more than workers who use their heads and tirelessly plod on until horses on his pages 3iuf the remainthey get what they set out for. On ing space would have to be glvnn to Hut does a woman's magathe other linml many meteor-liksons women. Obviof glorious promise fade and speedily zine return the compliment? fall Into disrepute when subjected to ously not. London Dally Kxpress. tjheputlne of (prdluary. mortals. A few ' Hogmanay. ' ' (urns at llftf'- - commonplaces, would soon hijye ,tjeju iuaklnK ;tlie ordinary ' Hogmnnny, Ilogmen'a or Ihigmeua atthictjve, aud reducing tlrudgery to menus nuiy nionin. iieeemner s becans'e'oiir Lord was born on pleasure. Hut where this happens The word Is deonce there nre thousands of .occasions the 2."lh thereof. rived from the Saxon "Hnllg mnnath," where It falls to produce. holy month. New Year's eve Is called "Hogmnnny night" or "Hogg-night,Miners Quick to Heed Portents. Owls and rats In a mine mean even nml It Is still customary In parts of more than rats aboard ship. So long Scotland for persons to go from door as the owls tilt about silently and the to door on thnt night, asking In rude rats fraternize, steal lunches and de- rhymes for cakes or money. King Hnco of Norway fixed the feast of stroy gloves and other unguarded all Is serene and nothing worse Vole on Christmas day. the eve of than voluble but harmless profanity which uel to be called results; but when the rats leave or an bnt the Scots were taught by the owl hoots Just one tiny little hoot every French to transfer the fenst of Yole t man Jack In that mine does a mara-tl'o- u to the fensf of Noel and for the top. If nothing ensues It has ever since been the last of December. confirms his belief that n cave-I- n Would have Infallibly occurred hud Ihey not got out Just In the nick of Instinct of the Groundhog. time. Meanwhile the operating comQuestions about the groundhog as a pany can do nothing more sensible weather prognostlcntor arise with each Shan smilingly accept the lo? IneM" recurring February 2. The marmot f , a temporary as one of family, to which !hegrnuii!i!ing bennprevental." "lentsrof the'mln-gani- longs, lies dormant In winter, hibernating much like the bear and the but. At the approach of cold weather in the I Solar Energy In Plants. fall they curl up asleep at 'the bottom I The estimate Is made that the of their deep burrows. About the time amount of "solar energy stored In tif the usual midwinter thaw the plants each year Is 22 times the groundhog comes out. Hy a peculiar amount of energy represented by the Instinct he Is able to foretell the coal consumed in the same period. weather several weeks abend. When About (57 tier cent of this plant energy his sagacity tells him thnt an early Is taken up by the forests; 24 per break-uIs lit hum! .he stays out. When cent by cultivated plants; 7 per cent a storm period threatens he pops Into by grass of the steppes and prairies, his hole again and goes to sleep, not and 2 per cent by the plants of desert reappearing for weeks; The energy received by forests alone is 14 times the energy of the Caesar's Words. s coal used. Hut unfortunately the Julius Caesar Is credited with the energy nre mainthat receive this came, I saw, saying, which means, ly In the tropics. In temperate re1 coniiiereil," In connection with his gions we are depleting the forests victories In I'oiitits, a kingdom of Asia Just ns we nre exhausting the coal Minor. H. (. 47. The historian Suesupply; further Justifying the tonius states that the word were of manufacture, and before Caesar's tttlejin h)s puhj, Oreljore" ( prettuninbly.i.;oft civilization, lie' trtum'ilh. tW',lijilttetTie rapidity., hack;, tot. witnt"whfch' 'the'riibiTiaigu "was conllsyl. ylUfc ultlmnteiyr-shlft- ; ,f5,rrtVjtli,eoijator. cluded. liutiirrlC In Ms life of Caesar, iDams,. ln''fle8rt!t'a: SInguzine. says the latter. In the account he gave one of III Itnmnu friends of his VicWork. tory over riiarnaces at Zela In I'ontus, If the busy rich people watched and used the three words as a concise sumrebuked the idle rich people, all would mary of the expedition. he right among them; and if the busy ,ioor people watched and rebuked the Idle poor people, all would be right Peculiar Habit ct Eels. among them. Hut ench looks for the The history of the eel is very refault of the other. A hard working markable, and In some respects man of property Is particularly offenduniipie. During the spring and early ed by nn Idle beggar; and an tmler-l- y sunn ler tlioustiuiN of young eels sevbut poor workman Is naturally Ineral Inches long migrate up rivers tolerant of the llcetitlous luxury of the from the sen and distribute themrich. And what Is severe Judgment In every accessible selves throughout the minds of the Just men of either hotly of water, whatever lt size or class becomes tierce enmity In the unfrequently traveling overjust but ninong the unjust only. None character, land to reach these. Here they remain but, the dissolute among the poor look concealed In the mud or beneath upon the rich as their natural enemies stones, and feed on all kinds of or desire to pillage their houses and matter, living and tlead. Many None hut the divide their property. eels appear never to leave the fresh dissolute among the rich speak In opIn which Ihey have developed probrious terms of the vices ami follies waters but most of them ufter several years, of the poor. John Ituskln. return to the sea, and enter comparatively deep water where sexual maturStroll With Morgan Gave Credit. ity anil spawning takes place. An .acquaintance once approached the llrst J. I' Morgan and asked for a Ancient Grandeur in the Kitchen. loan of $10.(HKl. Morgan knew the man In the days when the Itoiullii empire was responsible, but for private reawus at its height, if you went Into the sons did not want to make the loan culinary department of an elegant eshimself. . He did, however, say he tablishment you would liuil saucepans would secure the money for him. repails of various Collier's, rutting un liTs lint and lined with silver and lates descriptions richly inlaid with coat, be asked the man to go with him. In sller. and shovels very They started at Itroml and Wall handsomely and Intricately carved. streets, walked through Wall to Hroad-waKgg frames, too. that would cook in and back to Hroad. Morgan did eggs molds shaped ut once, uud pa-tnut stop any where, nor usk anyone to shells, and an iiillulte assortment lend his companion $10,0(H). At the like gridirons, frying pans, cheese gratdoor of his olllce Morgan shook hands of The toilet tables ers and tart with the man and bade him good day. women were well "Hut," objected the applicant, "you of the Itouinu Ivory Iu the same didn't get me the 510.000." "Oh, yes, combs, perfumes, lavish fashion. cosmetics, hairpins, I did," said Morgan. "Anybody down even nil elaborate hair net of gold, there," waving toward Wall street, have been recently unearthed. "will let you have It now." DISTRICT NO. 3. Craig, Sirs. Jennie la Craig, Elizabeth 3a. Hunt, Jerry 4a. Hobbs, Mary J. C8a Purvis hrs, COa. Parvus, Willie nr. 8a. Kiddle, .Mrs. Sidney la Boyse, Vick la Kiddle, Ceo. A. nr. flu . . . $.03 3.03 5.4!) 9.12 G.'J.- - hL' .Ril llll N (! klln-drle- Several from here went to Owing Isaac ville Monday on business. Craig. Miss Mamie Davis returned to hei For Tax Commissioner home at Salt I.ii k after a two weeks' WALTER A. BOYD Deputies: Sam Vice and Thomas isit here. She was accompauici' home by her sister. Miss Mattie for Crouch. a week's isit with her parents. THOMAS L. .TONES Carroll Woodard and wife and Deputy: Ed Hewitt, of Bethel. Mrs. Ada Ilendriv visited Mrs. .lohu For Clerk of Circiit Court. Boyd of East Fork Sunday. ' EARLE B. THOMPSON' Mr. and Mrs. ,1. (!. McCluic. of WATSON S. THOMAS. Sherburne visited Mr. and Mrs. Los For Jailer lie Stephens here Sunday afternoon. SAM T. .lONES. Sunday School was organised ut CABE SNEDEOAR. Fairviciv Sunday morning. EveryFLOYD CROUCH body is invited to attend. CLAUDE STATON. Siuuett Garner visited his brother For Representative VAX Y. GREEK. THOS. II. KXIOHT. CLARENCE POWER. For Circuit Judge. HEXRY R. PREWITT. For Commonwealth's Attorney. W. C. HAMILTON. REPUBLICAN HOBKIRT ANNOUNCEMENTS Wm. Garner of near Owingsville last ball team played the lirst mutch gauie of the season with the Mt. Sterling High School team Friday. April 1, which resulted in defeat for "he Owingsville boys by a score of 1(1 to :i. The return game between 'hese clubs will be played soon. Sentinel-Democr- looking back- ward 25 and :I5 years: John S. Wyatt, Jr., of this county, has opened a store in Owingsville. Rev. R. A. Walton and Miss Lauwill be ra Kichart of Owingsville married April 1(1. Camp Taylor to be Sold. Camp Taylor, consisting of '2,050 acres of land with the buildings on it has been transferred by deed of trust to the National Bank of Kentucky, at Louisville. The value of the property has been fixed at approximately $2,500,000, The cost of the same property to the Govern eaViip will' ment v,:S,S75,00O.' e sold in lots tn suit purchasers. Col. Henry L. Stone, for many years general counsel for the Louis-ill& Nashvile railroad, has reigned. Col .Stone is a native of I.illi county and began the practice if law in Owingsville at the close if the Civil war. He was once County Attorney of Bath county and rep cseiitcd Bath and Menifee counties it the Legislature. e Mui-lln- Friday night. Mrs. Elizabeth Garner returned home Sunday ufter a week's stay with her daughter Mrs. Emma Crump f East Fork. Ics1ie Stephens has been confined to his room a few days with mumps. Miss Rulah Maddox has the mumps. . For Jailer Farmers .arc vwy lmsy.' iirealciife t. gruml. iind, sowing ; i For Representative rj Taylor Woodard, of'near Flemings mas. n: otis. r '.urg, visited his mother, Mrs. Chris Woodard from Thursday till Sunday. Statement of Ownership, etc., Re L. P. Hedding left Monday for quired by Act of Congress of AuHale, Mo., to spend the summer. gust 24, 1912. Tom Hunt sold a cow to Lee Davis and address of editor and Name for $35. pubisher is E. D. Thompson, OwingsWilliam Turner and wife and Mrs. ville, Ky.; that the owner is O, B.Annie Turner were in Flcmiiigsliurg Ky.; that Thompson, Owingsville, last Fridav. known security holders arc Mergen-thalLinotype Co., New York. X. Y. BUNKER HILL (Signed) O. B. THOMPSON, Miss Marguerite Clark has returnOwnc. ed to Hamilton College, Lexington, Sworn to and subscribed before after several days' visit to her pais 1st day of April, VMK rents. J. B. Clark and wife. - S". ANDERSON. ' Herman Williams bought u horse fr.tiu Clay Mauley for $(!0. RoM. Evans, of Fleming county, .pent Saturday night as the guest if his daughter Mrs. II. S. (iilmnri mil family. Ira Coyle and family, of Owiugs-.ill- c spent Sunday with Walter Rid-ll- e and wife. Mr. and Mrs. George Gillaspie, of Kiddville, Montgomery county, spent Saturday night with Odd Oudgell and family. Wavnc Williams bought acow.from j Ernest Kiddle for $05. . Perry Goodpaster.aniL wife spent Sunday w;ith .1. B. Lindsey and wife. honest-to-goodne- e .... ' -- White, Warren 2a With row, C. F. Ca DISTRICT NO. 4. John Kiley, Elizabeth and Fred Carter, B. L. nr. 50a $11.00 The sale will begin' on Monday, April Crldwell, Thos. 524a. .26.98 2T, and continue until all of the 2,000 Crobey, Joe nr. 24a buildings and 2,000 acres of land are 6.3"2 disposed of. Needless to say, this will Daniel, Mrs. Betsie A. 23a be an absolute sale, and the GovernDonathnii, Harrison 66a. 8.23 ment will reserve nothing, but will disDitiinthnn, Xoah la. 5J03 pose of it all to the highest bidder. 4.90 There are many stable-t- , creosote Downey, Julia 2a water troughs and cresosoted fento E. W. English nr. admr. A. A. post that should particularly appeal to 17.48 the fanner, who can purchase them at English la. his own figures. Fields, Mrs. Sallie E. nr. 81a ..6.53 The putting of thlsmainmotb Can- Ferguson, Lee X. nr. 28a. 10.74 tonment on the market for sale at 3.113 auction will do much to lower the cost ('illicit David nr. In. ......... of building. The original cost of (i.ildy, (1 J. 37a. 1253 buildings and land comprising the Can; re mtnr. . CoMiiis ;': tonment was $10,000,000. It will be '. ...., en, Mary P. town sold for Just what It will bring at auction. A sale of this magnitude has Mary E. Green & Boon nr. 82a U.OO never before been held In Kentucky, Ilitey, Edgar l(!a 7:?!: and It offers an unparalleled oppor-- J tunlty to those desiring tn purrltasa Itr.t kney, Mr. Sallie 16a. ..i211 building material of every description.! Hall. Sherman & Emmett The taxpayers who furnished the 1 town lot .. .. .. . iSA money to build Camp Zachary Taylor) am, Wm. 141a. hal. due.... 22.U0 will have an opportunity here to profit j I by the sale of the land and building Johnson. Mrs. Ethel 10a. :V2l material, which will be .sold at auction 3.21 Ivers, Mary- - E. 20a by the Ioulsville Heal Kstate and De-.ll. t.';i Jas. lOj. velopment Company, of Imlsville. who will serve as sales agents for the War .Moore, Robert hrs. nr. 200a 12.26 Department. Mt Quithy, Ernest nr. la. 4.2S 1.66 Mceks, Mary E. 2a. Bring your poultry and eggs to Mt Carty, D. II. town lot .4.10 Clias. Webster at the old Jackson & Newkirk Mary- - 5a 1.95 Estill livery stable and get the highOtis, D. B. 27a 5.61 est market prices the year around, 12.26 Vdnni, Lottie M. 115a lie U also prepared to .feed, hitch "lBjJS Ration. .KImec ATiii. .jCv .lin.y.riwl horses. r.j; t.'r.'3i:W.di. fowiHbt'V '.1.75 iVTW'renVain'nir everv iqgh'rujitir. af-t'ifrsall.' Chaf.tT.nr ..Irtttl snows. 0.05 .'aor, T. Ifc own lot 3-16 , If one wishes to go to the further ex' pense of applying steel lathe on the sldea and putting stucco on the lathe, J an artistic, thoroughly modern horn t could be had for a mere fraction of what It w,ould cost were It not possible to secure- this Government property at . I one's own price, at auction. 1 3.1i 3.23 4.67 31 6.73 7.29 'r ...... ..l-l- er 16-25- a. er BYRON, Notary- - Public lssion expires May 20, OLYMPIA Mrs. Joan Ballard, of Preston was the guest of relatives here last week. W. W. Pierce came last week to spend a few days with his wife who is visiting her parents, Geo. Swartz and wife. Pierce Keith, of Mt. Sterling visited K. D. Salvers aud wife last week. .11 w -- J IT Mrs. W. W. Pierce and Miss Lizzie Swartz were in Salt Lick Monday. Mrs. S. V. Johnson was the guest of Mrs. N. T. Clatk one day last week. J. B. Hunter and Mrs. J. L. Gray went to IIunTrhgtdi, Wtst Virginia, Sunday totiWwlfc.'iarttf who is to lie opsiileHonoVVippetd1ctrfis at the C. & 0. hospital"M6nday. Mrs RobL Smith was the weekend guest of her sister, Mrs. Donaldson at. ML Sterling. Mrs. E. A. Swartz and Mrs. W. W. Pierce were, in Lexingon Wednesday. Mrs. E. A. Thomas and children returned to her home in Hnnington after an extended visit with her parents, Dr. a- - Mrs. N. T. Clark. Mrs. W. K j.ickson visited friends in Lexington Wednesday and Thurs-da- y. Mrs. Carl Pexjx, of Ashland, was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Elias Highley, Sunday. Perry Staton and little daughter, Pauline, of Ashland were visiting relatives here Sunday. Ahjin Clark, of Huntington, W. Ya was here Sunday. Rout. Young and family, of More-heavisited relatives here Sunday Virgil Jones, of ML Sterling, was the guest of his mother-in-laMrs. Kate Costigan Sunday. Mrs. Ed Shultz and little son, of Slab Pork, W. Va., are visiting her sister, Mrs. Tom Copher. Next Sunday will be Rev. Combs' icpu'-- r appointment. d, STEPST0NE Ed Hart and wife, of Preston, visited his sister, Mrs. Richard Garrett uud also Robe'rt Garrett aud wife the past week. Mrs. Jeff Staton continues very poorly. sTBom to Turner Beacraft and wife twmlioys Earl i' 1 Everett. Each weighed eight and ne half pounds. Mrs. A.. M Croi i and daughter. Miss Georria, ' Robert . 'udr p.t and wife vjs ing the .past wf Mrs; J. P. Alexander spentra. 0t" Marry in Covington. James Stewart, of Lexington, am Miss Nannie Allen, daughter of .Mi and Mrs. T. F. Allen, of this town were married March 30 at the homt of the bride's aunt Mrs. Robert. Cris ler in Covington. Miss Nannie ha been employed by a wholesale grocery firm at Lexington for sonu time. Mr. Stewart is also in tin Ram Pettit was arrested Friday grocery business. Mr. and Mrs. u charge of appropriating to hi Stewart visited the 'atter's parents iwn use the property of another T. F. Allen and wife a few days th lanU - vras sent to jail in dctault of past week, returning to Lexinglor u ,hat Ram ,)orro,ved Miss Mae Dale, went Thursday to Sunday. ct of buggy harness of Harvy spei d sometime with her sister Mrs: and having occasion to go tw' exsed of Manslaughter. James jnmCfe near Winchester. ' Maysville sold the harness for $2. Jell Manning, of Bath county, and Hack Caywood, who has been ill' Raymond Denton, of Fleming county, TOM ALLEN DAY. for some 'itne, is improving. Horslcy, Tom Allen Day, a distinguished Miss Lou Hutchison is visiting her accused of killing Thomas Lewis couniti.en of Rowan county, died at his nunt Mrs. Sarah Ockcrman at Cane at the letter's place, m ty, Wednesday of last week, surren- tiiuue in Morehead Wednesday ol Ridge. dered to the authorities of Fleming ast week. He was 57 years old. Hi Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Hopkins county. It seems that Manning aud wan a brother of Charles Day, wh little daughter Margaret aud Mrs. night once represented Bath and Rownr Jas. B. Clark spent Wednesday in Horsley had been gambling the before which caused the trouble counties in the Legislature. Lexington. I obert Tout and family, of Blue which led to manslaughter. being a. danBoard of Supervisors Adjourns. Licks, Nicholas county, spent Sun-d- had the reputation of gerous man. Manning is well knpwn The board of supervisors of Bath with the former's sister Mrs. iu this county. He served a term in ounty's tax books convened Mon Henry Caywood Seobee 2C0Rey, of Judy, visited State prison for shooting a man by 'ay, but us the books had not been n his uncle Hack Caywood Wednesday. the name of Kupps. Denton ciaims eceived from the State Tax adjourned to .Tuesday, Apri' Mrs, Ann Wasson, of Jackstown. not to have been present when Hors- ' -i is tlgus,of.fr3:RucTaBmIth,?4'-- J T'ff.A'-'ti ,t i "i - jDudley Jbimej'.ittnd 'lsoH'"'Ge6rge 9&.JtyWV jlias;, appointed Fri- - (Emi childretfof' George Wals'fiiger ' rekttive'noaKWiHMieS-- 1 are (iuy, ipni o as uiru ana Arnor nay who lives at the foot of the hill on ' ter. and calls upon all who can to ob.he Sharpsburg pike, have died of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Caywood and serve it, saying in part: pneumonia following measles within Mrs. James Derickson were in Mt. he pat few days and his wife and ling Saturday. It is known that the loss yearly to .diss Mabel Johnson visited her the fanner and fru't grower in the aby are very low with the disease "and mother Mrs. Sarah Anderson United States through the ravages The Mary Chiles Hospital at Mt. at Aaron's Run Wednesday. incident to pests is $1,300,000,000 Sterling is about ready to open. Mrs. Wallace Tcrrill who has annually. Birds are the principal Mrs. Mary Chiles, for whom the been quite ill for several weeks, is protection against these destroyers. hospital is named was Miss Mary improving. "The necessity of reforestation Miss Nell Flanders, of North becomes more and more evident. He Goodpaster before her marriage to Richard Chiles. Middletown, visited her sister Mrs. who plants a tree not only adds to Emma Mee Friday. the beauty of the world, but does a Missionary Society Holds Meeting. .Mrs. W. D. Craig was the guest substantial service to the country. The annual meeting of the Woof relatives at Mt. Sterling for the men's Missionary Society of the M. week end. MRS. JOHN SORRELL E Church Was held at Carlisle last Mrs. John Sorrell, aged 66 years, week. There were 165 delegates in FORGE HILL died Wednesday, March 29 at her attendance. ( Delayed.) home on White Oak, of heart trour. and ALs Matt Craycraft and We have just received the newest iltle daughter, of Peeled Oak, spent ble. She is survived by her husband John Sorrell and two children things in Ladies Dresses, ' iturday and Sunday with G. W. Suits, Thomas Sorrell and Mrs. L. L. Den- Coats and Wraps. We invite you to Bnr'icr and wife. Ern to I. .B. Vice and wife, a son ton She was the daughter of John see them while. our stock is fresh. Hcndrix and sister of Thcophilus, E..-el-l Estill. GOODPASTER & CO. Miss Lucile Moore sjient the past Dan, Joe and John Hendrix, Mrs. John Daugherty and Mrs. Will Gray. The aiiiiouiicement of W. 1). Bail week with friends in Owingsville. of Davis ey of Owuc'svilli ;is candidate for Miss Christine Anderson sent She was the Easter with her mother returning to Sorrell, of this town. The burial Co.utty J.ule f Rath count v com I was at Bethel cemetery. will appear in the Outlook at tin her school at Nazareth Tuesday. .iroper time. U(v. Misses Eugenia and Abagail Bailey Held for Action of Grand Jury. of Salt Lick visited their grandWarren Stoner, of Mt. Sterling, John Wilson, who was arrested mother, Mrs. J. M Moore last w.cek. 3frs. Everett Barlier has sufficient for shooting and wounding Oscar sold to a Southern plantation owner high-clabird dog for $1,1)00. ly recovered to be brought from the Kinsolving, had an examining trial a Paris Keiituckian-Citizei- i. St. Joseph's hospital to the home of before Judge J. L. Atchison Wednesher mother, Mrs. Laura Thompson, day of last week and was held lo The Ladies Aid Society of the at Hingo's Mill where she will visit await the aetiou of the grcnd jury ut Christi.r; Ch:h will .,c-,- thicken 0 a few weeks before coming home. the May term of circuit court in linuer with desert Curt Day iu Ihe bail. On Friday following a rs. Jack Rice visited her daugh-- l Masonic hull. Mrs. Arthur Barber, in Owings-vil- ii motion to plnce Wilson under bond to keep the peace was argued before last week. Vite president Coididge will delivJudge Atchison and was dismissed er the address to the graduating SALT LICK t lass of Cent iv IVlleic Danville. and Mrs. Walter Fanning vis- John Otis bought 31 acres of tho, June 8. er hrother, Ben Maze near John Wes Corhin farm belonging to 3burg, recently.. Will sell our present stock Millers' Nick Corbin at .$75 an acre. The1 ' 'Creek, do'af at' tost. Phelps & Stone. s Pearl Cassity, of near Car- - laud adjoined Mr. Otis' farm. CHAS. WEBSTEK Phone 111, POI LTKY CO. Owingsville, Ky. "amey. J. T. town lot l-- . 5.25 " hngg-nlgh- hogg-nlgh- Catarrh is a local disease greatly Influby constitutional conditions. It therefore requires constitutional treatment. HALL'S CATAHItH MEDICINE lis taken Internally and acta through tne lilooa on the Mucous Surfaces or the System. HALL'S CATAHItH MEDICINE destroys the foundation of the disease, gives the patient strength by improving the general health and assists nature In doing Its work. All Druggists. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. enced Catarrh Can Be Cured MOTHERJAYE IT Virginia Lad m Stiierei With Aciei Car-peut- shut-dow" n e. ud Pains Until jtfotlier Begaa Giving Her Cardui. Va. SIIss Mary Al!c p Hoi-plo- a; for-est- i Com-nissjo- " "- Hughett residing on Rout 2, near here, recently told a visitor of her Interesting experience with CarduL Miss Hughett said: "I had been suffering for some time with painful . . . I was pale, didn't feel like going. Would just drag around, and couldn't rest to do any good. I would suffer once a month with my back, sides and head. My limbs' would ache and I didn't know what to do. but I knew I must do something, for I didn't set well by letting it run on. "My mother is a believer In CarduL for she saw what It did for others as well as herself, so she began giTlng It to me. "It wasn't long before I saw a, change. It was Just what I needed. It regulated me. I began to eat and sleep, and. the pain stopped. "Cardui Is without doubf. the. best feiaato'ton'lc,,in'aae.''an"d'I am glad T wconuaend.-lt-tOjOthen.nl- Dublin, shriuit. .1. F. 7.6S Sattcrlield, Tom nr. la. ..fi50 Spratt, J. B. 4a. 4.39 Sorrell, Claude, 1 town lot ..8.61 Spurlot k. 1. X. 7a. 7J3 Stat in, P. J. nr 5a 3.73 . Tcegartluer, Julia 5a ... 6.78 Thomas, Jno. 25a. .. .. 6.07 Williams, J. F 8a . 7.01 7.13 Workman Sarah 32a. Wilihuii.-.,- , 15.2!) Geo. 73a. DISTRICT NO. 4 COLORED -8.92 lekliu, Sam 1 town lot . DISTRICT NO. 5. ttar'-cr- , 19.53 A. J. hrs. SOa. Covle, M C town lot ; .....J2.5; Downs, Wm. gard Raymond Kol i- 2.23 Mtui . ......16 a 9.G7 Cri'igs, Claude 5a. I Green, Win. 23.i 4.05 1 (treen, Mrs' Mary nr. I lot .......6.15 Ball Emma nr. 1 town lot ......3.70 7.45 Lcksou, Boy W. 1 lot 6JHI iatlcson, Cole 1 town lot 3.36 at kson. Mrs. Homer 30a. Mcdlnthiii. Oet.. & Wm. 1 lot5.:V "I utjoy, Jno. 1 town lot ....6.35 6.45 "ellrey. Mrs. MattieTl lot 11.05 Rclford, D. C. nr. 140a ..7.33 '.feed. Wm. nr 3a .....9.55 Spoucel, Geo W. nr. 4a 4U jt iHiL- - I.i 'nr jTa,.i:..Lt:.JJ.;;..2..9 ' 4'.f)C Tr,yl ir.:5Urtha ilf. 1 Wwh-lo- t can. i"'- - ivprneiy Junes'- - 75aV If suffering with symptom,? such as, MIs3 Hughett 'mentions, 'or other ailDISTRICT NO. 5, COLORED ments peculiar to women, why not beonce? Its merit is well Barnes, James !J a gin Cardui at 4.51 established by successful use for more Duncan heirs, 1 town lot ...7J6 40 years. than Try Cardui! 3.75 Ewing, Caroline 8 Your druggist sella It. 5.53 Jackson, Emily 1 town lot . SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. Miller, Jno. II 1 town lot . ..6.35 Rice, Eliza 1 town lot ..........3.75 As Sheriff of Bath county I '!' 6.3." 1 town lot and Stewart, Will sell for taxes due the State 3.70 Sheltoii, Annie 1 town lot enmity the following described prop8.57 Tnimbo, Haryr hrs 5 a. erty on Thoinsoii, Geo. 25 a. land MONDAY, APRIL II, 1321. 18.41 Thompson, Geo. 1 town lot NC-13w-- WALTEK A. BOYD, Sheriff Bath Count- -. DISTRICT NO. 6. nnl-tn- DISTRICT NO. 2. Curry, 15a MeFiirlanil, Hoe 31a Woodard, Irs. Mary 11a K. W. Gardner, Mrs. Lueinda nr. 3Sa 20.00 Hatton, Kobt. 7 a 8T 12.88 Shultz, Mrs. Annie 30a. $20.!I3 DISTRICT NO. 6, COLORED. 10.72 7.71 Johnson, Nick 1 town lot .5.fil The Louisville COURIER -JOURNAL The Great Paper of the Southland is ably edited; it is sine and dignified in its The Courier-Journa- l handline of the news; it is fearless yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be found the champion of clean government. 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