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NUMBER 41. t : - - . - -- k.T v ?. 55 V: r; r Young Man Assaulted and DangerBASE-BAL- L PERSONAL. ously Wounded at Salt Lick The Carlisle and Owingsville High was in Lexington Roy Sexton, 18 or 19 vears of a';c, School biise-bnSunday. teams played mi 3 seetion lmiil rollers son of Charlie Sexton,oSjkjI.ick. Carlisle grounds last Friday Car.Miss Era Kissick, of Grange City, $32.50. (lei one now at was assaulted and dangerously lisle winning by n score of 3 to 2. was here Sundav. K. - & A. T. BYHOX'S. Lacy Bymn, of Catlettsburg, was wounded by iinknown men a short The On ingsillc Iioumlcrs ami the J. A. Power will repair your wateh ilistaiicc west of the railroad depot Sharpshurg Club played on the hit here Sunday on a short visit. elock, praplioplione. and spectacles, in Salt Lick .Monday night. Sexton ler's grounds Saturday, Sluirpslmrg Joshua Ewing and Jus. A. Mark cheaper than elsewhere. Route No. 1. Says he was on his way to spend winning liy a score of li to 5 in the went to Lexington Tuesday. the night with a neighbor when he eleventh inning. This was a clean, C'ultip.tikor. the irreatest Miss Xcllie Donahue spent the was met by two negroes who demand interesting game from star! to finish. far" i.ic. Mailt .it "ti".,"(l. week end with friends in Springfield. ed his money and when he told them Sumlax the Kouuders played a team I & A. T. UYUOX'S. i: Brutus Kash, of Keystone, W. Va., Ik-- had liono, one of them struck liiui from (iKmpiaii Springs neighborIlrin your 'oiintry produec to us w iiliiig lus mother, .Mrs. Laura .ictlnirr he thought tt be an hood. From the first inning it became iuhI get tlto highest market price. Kash. iron bi.i which knocked him sense- c ideal that the visitors were out STKKI.K & CROOKS Mrs. A. X. Crooks, of Ml. Ster less. After assaulting him they threw classed and the game was a very ling, waited Mrs. E. II. Brother Mon him into a swampy trench by the side lame one; the Owingsville Rounders NOTICE of the railroad, where he remained winning by a score of 1!) to 1. The jday. Cash must aceonipany copy Mrs. II. C. Ciidgcll and Miss Sit- - in an unconscious condition until Kouuders here have a good team candidates anuoiineements Asphalt Roll Roofings cost but a sun Kii'linrils spent calumny in (iiorning. When discovered the next and if they can hold (heir team toQuality does tell! Measured by covering caof the price of tile, slate, metal, morning he was still unconscious gether ought to play winning ball. lxington. We are showing this week a nir pacity and length of wear, one gallon of Hanna's or wood shingles. ami aimosi covereil with water trom They go to Flemiiigsburg Saturday Green Seal Paint proves itself equal to two gallons George Peed, of near Bardstown, low pump in Patent leather and Kid tin- - rains tli:it fell during the night. and play Morehead here Sunday. They can be laid in a small fraction of the of "cheap" paint. And there's a reason: relatives here Sunday and for $3.00, Indies' and Misses' sizes, viz., no paint can be better than the ingredients 'It r I :,g:ii,ii..g c.i-- :. u i.mic... S".v-lo- n time it takes to lay other kinds of roofing. Monday S & CO. iWe desire to thank our neighbors that go into it. id o:ie cl' the negroes who asOmar Botts, Walton Ulery, Espy In spite of their low cost Carey Roll Roofsaulted him was tall and ery black friends and Drs. Daily and Gudgell HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT SHKKIIAX & PKKKIN'S. Painters Maze and Jas. A. Mark were in Carings serve from 10 to 20 years depending on and the other a head shorter and for their kindness ami assistance in contains only highest gr.ide ingredients, univerj.nd Papt'riianers. Interior and Ex lisle Friday. the weight of the particular roofing. If coated sally recognized as necessary in inaking good black alsi . No ciile to the identity attending our son Henry P. who was Ve Like orders occasionally, they will last much longer. Thus paint. If a paint is sold at a ridiculously low Miss Ida Belle Brother, of Mt. of the negroes has yet been found. injured some weeks ago by an exfor of several lines. Carey Roll Roofings represent the LOWEST price itsimply means that it is lacking in these necesSterling, was the gnest of friends Dr. Jones, of this place, ami Salt plosion of dynamite caps. We are sary ingredients and contains cheap adulterants. POSSIBLE COST PER YEAR OF SERVICE. here Sunday. Lick doctors couldn't determine how glad to say he is now on the road to The exact formula is printed on every package Ladies' Ilniwn and Black Kid SPECIAL SALE EVERY SATURDAY WATCH OUR Miss Mary Robinson Crooks, of badly Sexton was hurt but feared recovery. J. W. REED & FAMILY. of Green Seal. Slippers, new stock and WINDOW DISPLAY Sold by Sterling, visited relatives here a few his wounds were serious. There were styles $3.f0. days the past week. two ugly cuts ami bruises on his & CO. S JOHN T. KIMBROUGH & SON, Owingsville, Ky. Snaft iur Hero Uead. liead. Sexton was sent to a hospital Miss Rebecca Boswell, of Win An oliellsk of granite seventy feet Get our prices on coal, lumber, chester, spent the week cud with her it Levin ton Tuesday afternoon. htclt Is to he erected In Denmark as a THE WINCHESTER STORE memnrlnl to the ninny thousands of lime and cement before buying. Right aunt Mrs. .1. B. Hamilton. American and allied soldiers of Panlsli D. W. DOGGETT prices and prompt delivery. Little Hiram Roysc, son of Clav I). W. Doggett announces himself descent who died In the World war. THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO Roysc is very low as the result of a 0 It 1ms lieen estimated that about ANNOUNCEMENT. i i andidate for fo the of men of Dnnl-- li blood fought In I wish to announce that I have enrelapse from measles. See our window. A fine lot of lice of County Attorney of Bath the American armies In France and BUSI-XKS- S tered the UNDERTAKING Miss Louise JfeAllisrer has rey that about Brown & Black Kid Pnmps, both unity mi' jci t to the nttiim of the Cunmlluu, 20.000 Dunes fought In the Australian, British and in Owingsville and Bath Counm a visit to her father ('.) high and low heels. .All sires from 3 Democratic liaitv at the primary French armies. ty. I have an entirely new stook of of Lexington. G. Mc.'lli-te- r, to 7M: at $3.75. le. ti :i. August 0. 1I21. With the Undertaking Supplies - and EquipMiss Walter Mae Ratlin", of Ir- & CO. S lose of the pres"nt term Mr. Dog- . .. ' m IIS. Catarrh Can Be Cured mm ment throughout. ine, spent the week end with Mr. ,ctt will have been County Attorney Catarrh Is a local dlscaao greatly InfluI hold State Kmhalmer s and Unenced by constitutional conditions. It LOST: on streets of Owingsville S. V. Owslev and Miss Both Hih. for eight years and so far has no therefore requires constitutional treatdertaker's license and have been tin'. ment. HALaYS CATAIUUI MEDIC-IMbrown pocket book containing small irds. opiuisitiou for a third term. He has Is taken Internally and acts through ing Embalming and Undertaking for Mucous Surfaces ot the Illood on amount of money, a lavalierre and Miss Julia Maury has relumed to icrtainly made a faithful, diligent the System. the IIALU'o C AT A It U II many years. Having spent most of of destroys the foundation k a small picture. Reward. Notify her home in Louisville after an ex mil capable Ilicer and would like to MEDICINB gives the p.uient strength by the diseasff. my Hie in this work, I feel that I can general health and assists the office. tended visit to her niece Mrs. II. C. lave the endorsement of the men Improving doing Us work. nature In give you the very best service. Can ADC LAVAL it Srpantot a itiits yet All Druggists. Circulars free. Heady because provide Gudgell. ind women voters of the county. He F. J. Chenoy & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. tne jeu around. There a do wailing furnish cither horse-draw- n All persons hav'np claims against or motor mi understands the needs and interests toe crept to mature before money nieteireJ. John Peters has returned to ? hearse. Dorrcll, of the estate of Sr 00 long water moolhs with nothing to teS. TEST TYPE. Georgetown after spending a few of the people of the county perhaps when you hare a few eow and a De LaVaL . properly .r.-- wry sincerely, color, will pr IMW Nqwriaf Mmra.. I. U. lays with his .mother Mrs. Laura is no i.thcr man understands them M.hi.li.l nI n. h. .ml ,7 im . af -uIm m . Woen you itart rigLt with a De Lard :' L BARNES proven at or ;Uil is in sympathy with tho burden Ten have aa assurance el a steady income, Peters. u . .i New Masoniu '. ,ingTrrr . rZ vdmr., J. R. lot every ytat as long u rod want to tae it tr- " "ET?.rJ?J.r" '" -" StMIMi4WmHH.-- - tC II "7 Mrs. Clys.,( Wcj)stcr who was ed taxpayers of the county. If re - S. .i pu, W. f fm Bethel, Ky. And lew ts rare mdeec' ' Mm llnafni tmonal -- 1 A tli 'pneumonia follow- - elected he pledges himself to a faiththrcatcne is Qucmg cream cpe-ad cTeJje-Dcv nl,ilificJiar?e,oLtb.e diHies- - of the taton are A si in "L iiytpiaan . . e j reported t o yz .vuiiiei"' It skiiss cLcr. ttnas fii.rr.hat a greater office of County Attorney. -- ot better. . Idiavtthe accour'ii is easier to keep clean. hourly capacity and . win?, l short, it is the most economical and most Mrs. OB. Bm?' ' r .. I Sir. and Crs. Frank Mathias, of Mrs. S. C. Bascnm absfactory separator mat it bas ever beers me at Carlisle, wt e week end guests of Ti 'iu"1' her ' possible to buy. Mrs. S. C. Baseom, of MillersburgYj . WVH MX tm Hkl kk D. Inl lUt - tTfv f m. e tl Mrs. Mathias parents Mr. and Mrs. died at a hospital wiS in Louisville Monf7 imt SkMtl mmjj jmt tm it TAMPER. U&i '!i T. S. Barnes. day morning following a surgical op Edmund Wells visited his eration Friday. Mrs. Baseom had Found: on Bethel road between Dr. Charlie Wilson, who lias been been in rather poor health for some WcIV residence, and Rcynoldsville very low with pneumonia, several time, but her friends did not know st re pair glasses in case. Large days last week. her condition was so serious. shell riaimed glasses, gold temples. Before her marriage, Mrs. Basco Mrs. J. T. Rolph returned home The manufacturers of Rugs and Carpets have For sale by Finder can have same by paying for Tuesday from a month's visit to her was Miss Lula Grimes, daughter of announced reduced prices of about 25 per cent, from FRKKLAXD DICKEX. SIIEEIIAX & PERKINS, this ad. daughter, .Mrs. E. L. Weddle at He- Joseph Grimes, of Bourbon county. the reduced prices quoted last December and we have Owingsville, Ky. After her marriage she resided with immediately reduced our retail prices to correspond. Day May I. lena, Mason county. We believe the lowest prices on Rugs have been Sherman Goodpaster, Jr., of her husband at the Hascom home a 'Will 1k almost universally observholt distance west of this town and reached for many months to come for it is generally week-en- d with ed in this town, as many people who Frankfort, spent the if the new Tariff Bill, which places a tax his grandparents Judge and Mrs. C. was highly esteemed by a large cir- known .eill'i" ordinarily do not attend Sunday-S- i llll.li, 1c of friends and acquaintances. on carpet wools As passed-na- s many manufacturers jiave resolved to be at one of W. Goodpaster. liool , Icr unexpected death is greatly re- believe it.will price: bf Rugs-- and Carpets Jvvii I Miss May Daugherty, who has the Sunday Schools on that day. So i not f setted by all who knew her. She is be increased, with her there will I e an unusual record of beeii spending, 'Urvived by her husband and her Therefore we recommend you to buy now while the attendance for the first Sunday in sister Mrs. W. L. Killpatrick, of Mt. daughter, Susan. Mrs. Bas prices are the bottom and while our selection is Sterling, has returned. May. urn was a great niece of Col. (!. W. its best. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Razor and lit"Miner, deceased, of this town. The Good Buqqv Harness tle son, of Shnrpsburg, and Mr. and & Three inch solid leather saddle, Mrs. C. M. Carter, of Ashland, spent urial was at Owingsville cemetery "ctlnesdav afternoon. two inch heavy breeehinc. double Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. k brihip straps, one inch hold backs, Jennie Myers. Claude Stephen's Will. See J. R. Day for a full WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND inch h dle with" one and' Win. Cravens and wife, of Mt. Claude P. Stephens, who lieil in MOST I LINK OF overcheck. 3 inch "V" shape breast line of Lexington hospital of injuries rc- three-eichinch Sterling, and son, John Cravens, of collar, one and trace, and lariat rope neck halter Portsmouth, Ohio, and grandson, Jas. eeived by an assault of highwaymen Prewitt, of Middletowu, Ohib, and on a street in Mt. Sterling feveral in town everything you need to for $25 at Messrs. Hodge and Leach, of Mt. weeks ago, willed bis property as and supplies. Also lead eat. No better BEEF sold than E. L. & A. T. BYROX'S. Sterling, were guests of John Boaz rcllow: ours. If you want to save money ing makes of .0. To Fiank Kirklnml, business Man CAB THE Beginning May '2nd wi will sell for and wife, of west of town, Thursday. give us call. Plenty of help Hottl-tiincluding the Park to wait ona all comers. Pens, ager of the .Mt. Sterling cash only as our tolls are due evey I have just received a supply of Works, he leaves the IM.-.-it tFrty days ai-- l r ier presj i coner. STEELE & CROOKS Pratt's Poultry Food. and .f 3,0(10 to 0. YV. MeCon: i k a ditions we will have to ask our kind REESE WELLS. business bouse on K. Main street ami friends to please come and settle all Here are authentic figures from the Ford factory at Detroit. They YOU WftNT TO .f4,00(), to Rev. Clyde Darsie $1,000 show just how many Ford cars and trucks have been built each month since We appreciate yuir GO TO old accounts. Hope Bleached Cotton for Satur to J. Will Clay .f 1,000, to Dr. Wool January 1, 1921. and how many have been sold to retail concerns in the patronage and thank you very kind Gingham in folk Harrow, of Lexington, $1,000, United States. day 15e. Best ' ly for your past favors. call and see our new line of plaid ISc. to St. Joseph Hospital .$1,000, to JOXES & JOXES. Delivered to & CO. S Produced For a nice line of s Margaret (ioney, trained nurse, Retail Customers house on South Maysville St. FROM THE ASHES Fresh and Staple Groceries Entertainment at Cethel. 29,883 JANUARY 57,208 Louise Hensley, nurse, $1,000. A full line of DRY GOODS at At the old stand, with fresh sto:' FEBRUARY 35,305 G3.G03 The young men of Bethel will pre- new prices. Trimmed HATS a meats. The best home-kille- d .bhti (iihhous bas been appointed of groceries, at the new low prices, 61.8SG MARCH 87,221 specialty. :ent the farce "Little Red Mare" and !y the eurt as eurator of the es"Lexington Cream Flour." I am in position to give you the best !ur laughable acts and songs Sat- - tate, pending the probation of the Get our prices on pure lard 127,071 Total for the least money and with this , Totail Retail Sales 20S.032 irday night, April 30 at the Bethel will, which will likely be contested. by the can. new equip new stock of groceries, School Building for benefit of the showing that the actual sales for the first three months of 1921 exceeds ment, new prices, goes the old reliaEn- production by 80,958 Ford cars and trucks! An effort is being made to have a ble quality and service, to which add chool. Admission 15c and 35c. rtainmcnt begins at o'clock p, bridge built over Slate ercek at the April requisitions already specify 107,719 additional cars and trucks the fnodrm Soda Fountain, bein inm. and estimated April output of the factory and the assembly plants comEssex ford, a mile southwest of stalled, t am sure to please. Cat bined calls for only 90,000! town. Every consideration of right Myers in the "Gilded Dream," a FRIDAY, APRIL and look us over. NOTICE. and justice this bridge ought to be Universal special. A wonderful picture. Plenty of action and plen BYROH. R. C. These facts clearly show that the demand for Ford products are jrrow" Beginning May 1st I will be com built. It would be a great nccomoda ty of fine dresses. ing much faster than manufacturing facilities to produce and were it not for the dealers' limited stocks, wLch are now being rapidly depleted, many piled to collect for papers each t;o to u huge number of people who SATURDAY. APRIL 30 Comes Blanche Sweet in a most unusu To The Voters Of Bath County more customers would have been compelled to wait for their cars. It will al storv with a most unusual cast, "Hushed Hour." The kind uonth as I cannot keep up the !iuve paid taxes all their lives it I hereby announce myself a can be only a matter of weeks, therefore, until a big surplus of orders will precount carrier system without the money have next to nothing in the way of that everybody likes. idate for Jailer of Bath vent anything like prompt deliveries. ADMISSION ALL THIS WEEK 10c AND 20c. roads. 'ksubject to the action of the Republi- - as I have to pay the publishers If you would be sure of having your Ford car or truck when you want . .. ...... ifAptr nnil IT I the end of each month. Kindly pay it, you si ould order yours now. Don't delav. Phone us or drop us a card. l lilt 1111111111:1 T ...Ml n,.U a l.ar.1 your pi-- j .1 Jf ..l,m flcltt l.c earner when he 0KLA .. V - l,,e MI,lce ... v. mare er at the end of each month ir I j Tom Denton sold a 11 ovemoer niiui :r mic 5 ,or ..ft!.... . i..i ...:n fill il. UtIIVC i . .IIV. IIIV.H rill lie compelled to discontinue your to Gnrr Collivcr at $180. ...i H I II llll IMC -1 CeSSlUI Tom DenHjn bought a horse from withu fresh, new stock of CiLOCER'ES at the new low prices, and of my ability and I ask the support 'paper. Oarr Collivcr for $140. for the cash 1 can make ltinteiesti x. New soda fountain and R. D. JOUXSOX, News Agt. my party in this primary. of Tom Denton and son Walter were parlor now reaJ to sivve you. Yet are invited. Respectfully, R. C. BYRON. in Hillsboro Saturday. OUTLOOK S1.50 PER YEAR. CHARLIE HORNBACK A. H. l;iwsou ll ot I- See Steele seeds. Crooks 8si Rat Eouuls Two CAREY ed LACY-COOK- r wall-pajH- LACY-COOX- E. L. & A. T. BYRON J. R. Brother & of Owingsville, say: .10,-00- LACY-COOX- They're starting right with a De Laval Out-loc- . -- -- v ...... scn-in-Ia- e ' . -- ALL RUGS 1AI m REDUCED PRICE just De Laval FACTS " Sooner or later you will buy a - that be.the ld at at Some About SHliOUT, PIPER SHUOUT. 0 one-fourt- ts ' Eastman Kodaks Fresh Groceries fountain UNIVERSAL IF 27-in- REESE WELLS LACY-COON- bus-nes- MILLINERY WELLS & STEELE 70 At LYRIC THEATRE 29-Ca- rmcl This Week . . BhQK BM THE JOB n - SHROUT, PIPER & SIIROUT iiilillililiilli 4 . I 2 OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE, KY. . 3 . S TAKES " MNDSADV1CE KENTUCKY NEWS ITEMS Condensed News of Interttt From All Parts of the State "de TL Well Again Pinkham's s Compound a(aHaaaaaM Frankfort State Inspector and Ev MUST BE SATISFACTORY r nmliier Henry K. .lames filed with .Morrow reports on Spencer nnd Shelby comities and turned Into the TO ALL THE POWERS state treasury ?17.tV collected from otlii'iuls In the former county anil ?l'li.C7 from ollicinW In the latter county, lie reported .:tl "0 iliie from Spen- BEFORE AMERICA DELIVERS PROV. Kurd, cer count) and i?."iSC() from POSALS NEW OFFER MAY count) cIi'iK of Shelby county. REACH WASHINGTON. (!iv-rno- ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine HAVE TOO MUCH SENTIMENT Authors Who Write of the Miseries of the Poor Prone to Draw on Their Imagination. When I looked nt Mr. Galsworthy's tightened lips, 1 felt certnln thnt they nre drawn closely together, not to prevent himself from forgettlnc his Indifference to himself hut to prevent him from pouring out his anger nt wrong and cruelty suffered hy other people, writes St. John Krvlnn In the North American Itevlew. Ills hntred of Injustice possess.es him like n fury, so that I expect to llud his hands always clenched. There nre times, Indeed, when hu allows his feelings for others, liuiniiu and itnlimil, to destroy his senso of proportion, nnd he will sometl ini-Imagine that people or heiihts nre suffering a grent deal more of pain thnn they really nre, even that they nre suffering, when In fact they nre not suffering at all. This Is the complaint most commonly made of him hy his critics, thnt he sometimes exaggerates the extent to which people and, particularly, nnlmnls suffer. When I wns a child 1 rememher that I often rend In .sentlmentnl Sunday-schohooks of slum children who never smiled nnd hnd never seen grass. I suppose thnt fundamentally I hae a skeptical mind, for even then 1 found myself doubting whether there were any children In the world who hns never seen grass. Grass Is so persistent I I knew that a 6treet hnd only to be free of traffic for n short while nnd little blades of grass would begin to push up from between the cobbles I It might bo thnt slum children never smiled though I wns dubious of thnt but all of them must hnve seen some grass some time. Then I grew up and left Ulster and went to London, and for two or three years I lived In the confines of n slum In South London, where I discovered my sentlmentnl authors were sentlmentnl liars, that poor people do live lives of Incessant misery, that they smile nnd laugh as often as. If not more frequently than, rich people, and arc fully as happy as anyone else. Ilnpplncss nnd unhapplness are con dltlons of the spirit, nnd provided a man has sufficient food to eat nnd a decent shelter nnd warm clothes, It mntters very little whether he be rich or poor. Mr. Galsworthy is not always as sensible of this ns he might be. Like ninny Idealists he attaches more Importance to the material things thnn many materialists do. lie lets himself he too easily persuaded that n thing Is wrong because It looks wrong. s ol PROMINENT NEW YORK IN o PISES TANLAC iass. "The doctor told jat I had to have an oper ation, otherwise 1 would be a sickly woman and could not have any more chil- on account ol Idrcn weakened I re fused to hare the operation. I My husband asked me to try Lydia E. ble Compound to sec it would not help me. For the first four months I could do but little work, had to lie down most of the time, was nervous and could eat hardly anything, but my husband was always reminding me to take the Vegetable Compound, which I did. Of my eight children this last one was the easiest birth of all and I am thankful for your Vegetable Compound. I recommend it to my friends when I hear them complaining about their ills." Mrs. M. Natale, 72 Fremont St., Springfield, Mass. Sickly, ailing women make unhappy homes, and after reading Mrs. Natale'a letter one can imagine now this home was transformed by her restoration to health. Every woman who suffers from 's such ailments should give Lydia E. Vegetable Compound a fair trial. It is Eurely worth while. J if Pink-ham- "BETTER-DE- AD Life is a burden when the body is racked with pain. Everything worries and the victim becomes despondent and downhearted. To bring back the sunshine take GOLD MEDAL exsnma The National Remedy of Holland for over 200 years; it is an enemy of all pains resulting from kidney, liver and uric add troubles. All druggists, three sires. teak far taa nam CaM Maoal an arery box and acc.pt no Imitation KNEW FEATHER WAS THERE Young Lady Altogether Unnecessarily Worried Over the Appearance of Strange Old Gentleman. One day while In Xew York, I for the time to .There came in rather old man burnt-orang- In a railroad station wns sitting, waiting pass for my train. a d e who had a bright feather in the ribbon of and his felt bat. It being my first trip East, nnd not knowing it wns the custom for men to wear a feather In their pats, I walked up and said: "Pardon me, sir. but you have a feath er in your hat." He was quite deaf, so I found il had to speak in a loud voice in ordgr to make him hear. I ee times un- the Jti ' ') I ' jic smiling. cvJB i ncly said: "Oh, bright-colored .r tjhl'jsMEO erafemrscdtmitniy train "iM Tiot come cago Tribune. tootrnlck for me. Chi Cutlcura Soothes Itching Scalp On retiring gently rub spots of dandruff and itching with Cutlcura Ointment Next morning shampoo with Cutlcura Soap and hot water. Make 'them your everyday toilet preparations and have a clear skin and soft, white hands. Adv. Vertical Work Only. English charwomen demand twice the money and double the food of prewar days. One of them Is reported as saying to her employer: "Your feeding, ma'am, is satisfactory, but owing to our havln to eat more to keep goln in these anxious times, us charladies have decided to take no stoopln Jobs after dinner." Boston Transcript. Relief m Hot water Sure BI Sure Relief LL-A- NS INDIGESTION STEAM BOILERS To pass all state laws for all purposes THE GEM CITY BOILER CO. DAYTON, OHIO I'mnKfoit. Two hundred un; forms of the old state guard were turned to the State lioanl of Charities United States Still Is Backing Up Allies Teutons Are Believed to Have and Correitions for the hoys at tho Middlef-horo- . Decided Harding's Speedy Reply ltobert Hollln!svvorth, liou-.e- s of refonn at (Jreeeilaie, at tin Wins Official Praise. Hell count) court clerk, resigned the direction of Coti'mor .Morrow. Tho ollicc, and Ilice Johnson, of lincille. alothiiv nccumulateil iluring Hie war was, appointed by County .ludso Van and the stale has no use for it now as Wrntoni Newspaper I'lilon News Srrvlre. Holier to Miecocd him. the government furnishes nil uniforms Washington. Any reparations proto the national guard units under tin posals the Ceiiiian Coxeiiiment may Newport. Mrs. Kay Hallcr, chnlr-mn- new serxoo law. submit to the I'nited Statis for transof the Campbell Commission for mission to tho allies must he of a charNoxx port. Ariienl.ni Kollcf, receixed a letter from John Kees, present coun- acter those Coxenimeiits xxill be Governor Morrow ncccplinc appoint- ty treasurer of Campbell county. before to consider and then-formember of the Kec-Uthment as to that oilier hy the coui.ty being presented fonnali) to lite Committee for the Near Hast re- commissioners meeting at Alexandria. as a whole, their general n.ituro lief In Campbell County. His term will continue four years. probably 111 be made clear to the Kees offered to care for tho county's separately, it was an Newport.- - A man who resist ereil as finances for $715 per year. Other bids Governments nollticed. Ponding a reparations offer, Samuel V. Carter. of Cynlhiana. ranged as high a I'nder the xvhlch. it xas evpeeted. might be carryIvy, arrested and charjied with new law the commissioners must as a result of Hie Herman Cabing concealed weapons and having bids for the ollice and elect tho inet Council meeting, otlleial comment tinnilar tools In his possession, was lowest bidder. was withhold. ItoiiiKl oxer to the grand jury under It xvas known, however, that diplo$:5,uhi ImhhI iii I'oili-- Court. M. E. Henderson. Superintendent matic representative here of the AlI.igon, of the city schools, has tender(ioxenmii'iits hail exchanged opinWhlteslturg. .lohn Turner, 40, a ed his resignation, to become effective lied ions on Seirelary Charles E. Hughes' In the mines of the Conmine foreman at the close of the session. &iperin-tenden- t reply to German) 's appeal for mediasolidation Coal Company at llurdine. I.igon has been head of the tion of the reparation dispute, and in the i:ikhom field, was killed hy fall- schools for xo years, coining to Hening slate. Turner leaves n familx. Ilia derson from tho Iv.xingiou schools. it xvas understood that the situations had been discussed informally by former home wns in West Virginia, lie He has made no plans for the future. of the t'niled States and those having heen In the Klkhorn field for Mark Godtiian, princpal of ih high of tiic interested European nations. bexeral years. sihnol, and all oilier prim pals and The declaration of lr. Waller Siat same sal- mons, Herman Foreign Minister, in the teachers xxrre W. M. liumpus. ConfedOuenshoro. aries. lielchstag. that in drawing hi a basis Morgan erate xetoran, xxho rode of its propositions tlie (ieiinan Goxern-men- t In the xvar between the states, Frankfort. Col. Charles II. Morrow "must go to the extreme limits found dead in his hed. He was one of and MaJ. Ike Wilder went to Covingof what tin- - Gorman public can supply the most prominent citizens of this ton, xx here they will nuwier into in the xx ay of reparations" xvas intercity. The Ideal post of Confederate the only tank company allotted to in prinveterans !ore his remains. He was Kentucky under the national defence preted hen- as an acceptance, portion ciple at least, of the American 77 sears old. act. The company xxill have Ux'e recently stated that the 1'nitiil Slates Units of the Kentucky National Covington. Casper Ttipman, ndmln-strat- Guard will he mustered Into service stands xvlth the allies in holding Gerof the estate of Woodroxv Tup-ma- right along, as Adjt. Gen. Jackson Mor- many to have been responsible for the World War and therefore hound moralfiled suit in the Kenton Circuit ris Is anxious to get the guard organly to make restitution to the full Court against the 11. Schmidt & Sons ized and equipped for the state of her ability to pay. Grocery Company for ?oO,(KK) damages, at Camp Knox. Tho Ainerioin Government, it is unalleging that Woodroxv Tupman, C, xvns derstood, also does not propose to diskilled hy one of tho defendant's trucks Owcnsiioro. Mrs. W. J. Mercer, of associate herself from tho Allies in on February 1. M"IIenry, Ohio County, and her the matter of certain economic adjustchild xvcre rescued from a growing out of the war, and Covington. John nenry Edwards, wxll, fifteen feet deep and half fillod ments proponegro, was held to the grand jury un- with xxater. Mrs. Mercer had arisen therefore whatexer reparations Grnnany she may place b der $10,000 hail hy Tollee Judge Man-so- during the night and, taking her child, sals from allied Goxerniiients first xvill fore thi on a charge of highway robbery. had Jumped Into tho Tho chill be considered carefully ill the light of When arrested Edwards found to of the water is supposed to have awakIt xvill not he havo been xvounded In the back. A ened her and her cries brought assist- their common interests. enough. It xas explained, that tho plan toy pistol and a sock full of eyo holes ance. Mrs. .Mercer was taken to Hartmeet the approval of American stuwere found on him. ford and ordered to the Western Kendents of reparations. tucky hospital at Hopkinsville. Monoxer, it was said the United Bowling Green. "If you pray for States xvill not be sponsor for any plan Ixxington. Within thirty feet of the suggested by Germany, md xxill not rain you must take your umbrella." Such Is the faith of the Widow Gaines shore xxhere his hat and coat had been assume any obligations xxhlcli might who prayer for oil until oil was struck found by workmen the body of Arthur proxr to be embarrassing in bringing farmer t reparations proposals to the attention on her farm near this city. "Noxv," I Mclntyre, 40, found In she says, "my four children can go the Versailles pike, No. II of the city company, of the Allies. nxxay to school." The Gaines xvell Is Copies of Secretary Hughes's reply-ton Hie Mt. Tabor pike, four miles from a "wildcat," three miles from the the German memorandum requestbody xvas found by Ixlncton. The proved field. sent to Md.uighlin, watchman for the ing American mediation Jamos American diplomats abroad for their Flemlngsburg: J. Y. Ring, mer- New Ellerslie Fishing (3ub, and xvas information am! xxerr given to diploOils Identified by It. A. IVI.ell, chant and farmer of Fnlrx-ioxforeign of J. 1 Mclntyre, a brother of tho matic representatives hero of county, filed a deed of assignment fot for transmission to their dead man. the benefit of his creditors to F. H. The promptness cf ilu Talbott. The assets consist of 101 net as declining Ncxvport. A plea of guilty was en- American replv. acres of land valued at $43,700: stock nir..ii- -. tint offering to consider bringIn the United States Courts of goods, ?G,000. book accounts, $8,000; tered iiarry ing to the attention of the Allies any livestock, $4,000. The liabilities arc by former Assistant on a cnarge reparations proposals Germany might rfcfiL'il't'iiT"r ofN,vPort, estimated at $31,000. make, was commented upon favorably ,lls own uso $7,070-8or go eminent runds while employed here In otlleial circles. Mrs. Anne Wakefield, 91. Buffered a badly wrenched back as the at the Newport postofflce. Wcltkamp Soviet Army Is Fit. result of a fall when she tripped as gave bond for his appearance for senLondon. Leon Trolzky, the Russian she was petting out of bed. At first tence at the conclusion of the present stated that the Soxlnt War Minister, addressing the It thought Mrs. Wakefield had suf- term of court. It fered a broken back. The accident oc- sum xvhlch Weitkamp is charged xvlth stttdonts passing out of the military curred at the residence of her grand- having appropriated has been paid school in Moscow, dcclaigd that tho llolshevlk army included millions of daughter. Mrs. W. P. Puryear, where back to the government. lriO.tXK) ollicers, fighting men, with Mrs. Wakefield makes her home. Lagrange. A. B. Crawford was re- while the output of the Russian munitions factories increased 100 per cent Coxington. The George Wiedemann elected superintendent of Lagrange years In 10-- ". says a dispatch to !oiidou Company, of Newport, xvas made de- public schools for a term of from Ilelsingfors. He added that fendant in txxo suits filed In the United at a meeting of the Board of EducaMilitary Academy xwis in a high xvlth tion.. An Increase of salary States Court In Covington for $00,000 state of etliclcncy, and that soon lie the nexv contract, but the nmount as damages. The suits filed In would Investigate the possibility of an behalf of Webb Samuels, 11, and his not made known. W. I. Gary, principal offensixe in the east and a xvar of High School, also mother, and allege that the boy suf- of the against Poland. as xvere the three instrucfered permanent injuries as a result tors, Mrs. F. S. McLain, of Nashville, of being struck by a truck belonging Tenn.; Miss Cora Hickerson, of SpringMedical Work Shifted. to the Wiedemann Company. field, Ky, and Miss Mary Vaught, of Washington. Transfer from the Ky. Mr. Gar)' an- Public Health Service and the consolBowling Green. Six hundred quarts nounced that ho would resign Bureau of War Risk of nitroglycerin exploded at Slim Is- salary xvas not Increased over If his idation xvlth the work, that of Insurance of till offices and perland quarry, four miles north of Bowl- last year. sonnel of the Public Health Service ing Green. A frame factory bullding-wa- s connected xvlth the medical treatment demolished, trees were uprooted, Frankfort. Mortgage recording tax- of disabled World War veterans xvas and the boiler and tanks at an oil well es should bo paid on tho total nmount Secretary Andrew W. several hundred yards away xvcre set out In the face of mortgages In- obtained hy exception Mellon. An is made, howblown to pieces. Windows In tho stead of on the original amount of ever, in the operation of hospitals ami dwelling of William Nave, one and one-ha- lf loans .according to State Inspector and dispensaries, which xvill remain under miles axvay, xvere bloxx-- out. The Examiner Henry E. James in a report the Public Health Service. shock xxaa felt In Bowling Green. on Nelson County filed xvlth Governor Morrow. In Shojhy and Nelson counSuspect Quit Work. Bowling Green. The Bank of Itocky ties James found that the Union CenScr.inlon, Pa. Tito Ligi, arrested Hill, at Bocky Hill Station, eighteen tral Life Insurance Company, or Cinxvill: tho Wall miles north of Bowling Green, was en- cinnati, had been lending money to here in connection tered and robbed of $1,500 In bonds, Kentucky fanners for long periods, street explosion of last September, quit his job here as a common laborer eight $223.14 In funds deposited by the post- taking mortgages on farms. The master at Bock mil and $25.33 In loose amount of Interest to be paid by the days before the disastrous blast, police change belonging to the bank. The fanner Is Included In the face of the learned. They failed to trace his movethieves entered the building through note, hut the company only pays mort- ments from that time until early in Ocat a a window. They xvorked the combi- gage recording tax on the original tober, when he nation of the vault door and, curiously amount loaned. James is of tho opin- construction Job hi this city. For four griliod, interenough, opened the lock on the Inner ion that tho tax should be paid on hours the suspect vault door xvlth a key xvhlch had been the total amount set out In the face rogators being assisted by a Department of Justice agent. lost eleven years ago. of the mortgage. ox-e- r n xxill-ins o pox--er- 't, Beware! Unless you see the name "Bayer" on package or on tablets you nre not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physlclnns for twenty-onyears and proved safe hy millions. Take Aspirin only ns told In the Bayer package for Colds, Headache, Neural-gin- , Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago, and for Pain. Handy tin boxes of txvelvc Bayer Tnblets of Aspirin cost few cents. Druggists also sell larger packnges. Aspirin Is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of of Sallcyllcacld. Monoacetlcncldester e John F. Hyatt, of Albany, N. Y., Is Relieved of Severe Attack of Rheumatism of Many Years' Standing. "I am now seventy-twjears old and am Just getting rid of n flf r case of rheumatism that had me so crippled up I coidd not walk," mid John 1. Hyatt, 227 IVarl St. Albany, N. Y In relating his uinrkiihle experience with Tnnlnc, re rentty. .Mr. Hyatt was chairman of the committee In char---of lioll, Un tile Albany Comity Courthouse and wns iour times elected n member of the County Hoard of Sttiiervlsors. At present Mr. Ilyntt Is Assistant Super Intendont of the Alha Courthouse, with offices In the build ing. "I don't believe," he continued, "an body could have rheumatism any worse than I did, nnd my cnc was of such long standing I didn't expect to ever get over It. I wns unalde to wnlk excent for n short iHsfn npo curt. ported with n cane, and even then me pains sirucK me every time I took n step. My legs, bins nnd nnklns hurt something awful nnd my Joints were stilt ami nchy. I couldn t cross my leg witnout Having to lift It up with my hands, nnd to turn over In bed. why. the pains nenrlv kllleil me. "My nppetlte wns gone nnd the sigiu or rood nauseated me. My stomach wns out of order, and I hnd a sluggish, heavy feeling all the tlmo. I wns weak nfT In wnli-h- t nn.l ,li.i- cottraged so that It looked like I mignt as wen quit trying to ever get well. "I hnil nn lilpn Tnnlnr tvnitM rnllovn my rheumatism when I began tnklng If Ins Stnrlni- t tnrtlr If hmniico saw where It would give n fellow an teen-yea- $1.."-(K- Adv. e Better Business. John's fnther Is o labor leader nnd John hears much of "division of labor," etc., so he has already fonned Ideas on the subject. Nine-year-ol- olli-eial- h Sunday He goes to church his mother, hut the other a neighbor took him to prnyer meeting for the first time In John's life. There xvas a testimony meeting. John listened Intently to enrh speaker, nnd on the xvny home commented on It. "I sort of like that Iden of having sexeral of the people preach," he said. "It gives them n chance to divide up the salary." xvlth Iloxsle'it Croup Rrmtrijr chfckn condition of thft lunffB. Used with great nuccpss for forty yrara. Ketla Co.. Nrwburxh. N. T.. JIfra. AdT. ... 227 Pe.rl St., Albany, JOHN F. HYATT N. Y. ... s appetite. Well, sir, I was the most surprised I ever was In my life when the rheumatic pains began to ease up. I took Feven bottles in all and. It's a fnct, I didn't have an ache about me. was cntlng fine nnd simply felt like I had been mnde over again. serx--Ic- - olll-ccr- ox-te- nt About the Limit. "Ah," said Mr. Goodhenrt In the hotel lounge one morning. "It Is I tell you, sir, blessed to forgive. that you should kiss the hand that smites you I" Mr. Fnct shrugged his shoulders In n deprecatory manner. "Kissing the hand that smites you Is nothing to what I saw In the hotel this morning." "All 1" beamed Mr. Goodheart ngnln, nt onco to his thoughts pleasant lands of fancy. "What was "I have been In the best of health ever since, with only a slight twinge of rheumatism at Intervals. I do not need ray cane now, but as I bad been unable to walk without It for several years, I got Into the habit of carrying It and so still tnke It along. I am enjoying life and health once more and can conscientiously recommend Tanlac ns the greatest medicine I have ever run across In all my experience." Tanlac is sold by leading druggists everywhere. Adv. n that?" "I saw," said Mr. Fnct grimly, "the porter blacking the hoot that kicked him last night I" Little Mary. Little Mnry xvlshed some cheese,, nnd evidently thinking "cheese" xvns the plural form, nuked: "May I have n chee?" One day she xvns told "to hehax-e,to which she replied: "I am being have." When Aunt Nell xvns sick she xvns medicines .interested In her nnd the difference between pills nnd tnblets was explained to her. Thnt evening she said lo her fnther: "I xvish you would buy me a writing pill." " So It Goes. Lived Up to His Motto. "Give and tnke Is my motto," re"Twenty years ago you could get a marked the thug ns he bestowed upon ticket nrottnd the world for $250." "Now that will hardly take you to the citizen n scientific rap upon the occiput and then abstracted his the next town." Louisville Courier-Journal The Dashing WBB "Caroline" Anklets k llcs-crvo- father-In-laxx- poxx-er- s Poser Not Easy to Get. I get mother for "Get her to go home, If you cnn." "What shall her hirthdny?" Hub Wife LofSKPF0 Farm Machinery Imperative. While It Is Impossible to determine j fnrm lrfe-tr- f tl cxtct that s hnve Increased the production pi acre. It Is certarn that It Is only thfCUgh their use thnt the large Increase In population has heen supported and sufficient labor liberated to iJ-Vir- Wild Things Heal Themselves. Once I found a flint nrrowhead In tho breast of a passenger pigeon, writes a student of natural history. It had been there for years, for the wound had long since healed and the bird was plump and fat At another time I found three buckshot hanging Inside tho breastbone of a wild goose. An Injury of the same proportion a; either of these must have resulted fatally In the case of man. The buckshot would be equivalent to three leaden bullets of an ounce and a quartet each, penetrating his breast and entering bis lungs. Yet the bird's treatment nnd Its knowledge of healing herbs effected a cure where man would probably have died. So, all In all, II Is very safe to cay that birds and animals can heal themselves and man Is often able to learn much from their ways. Stunning No. 3665 Gun Metal Fiaith WE DEFY H. Town H KM m No. 3655 On" Mtul THE BONO SHOEMAKERS. Gnciaaati. Ohio COMPETITION Women's Fine Quality Gun Pteaie trod roa ahoci lined below for which I agre lo par oar poatmaa $238 a. J poetaga OA arrival. ,TVide Widths Only SIZE STVP No. Metal Finish or Patent Leather Anklets. Strong Leather Soles; Flexible Leather Insoles and Guaranteed Counter. Name Sizes 2H to 8 s txx-- o d s Call of the Wild Goose. "Honk" Is one of the many wordt of Imitative origin, and Is applied to nrjd cities, nnd yet provide sufficient the cry of the wild goose. The word food xvlth xvhlch to sustain the race. nppears In 1854 In "Walden, or Life With the Implements in use CO or 70 In the Woods," by Uenry David years ago, no such condition of devel- Thoreau, the distinguished American opment ns maintained today Is thinknaturalist, nnd later Is used by Oliver Wendell Holmes. "As the air grows able. colder, the long wedges of geese flying South, with their commodore Is Central Interrupts. r the phone) And advance, and 'honking' as they fly, are First Stude seen high up In the heavens," and what have you been doing? Second Stude I Just finished xvash-Im- ? more recently by Theodore Itoosevel mv B. V. D.'s. In his "Iluntlng Trips." Central (breaking In) I'm ringing Easy. them I juuge. distinguished permit of the present manufacturing and commercial nctlvltles In our towns State From Factory Direct to Smoker Buy Your Cigars Direct From the Maker and Save the Wholesaler's and Retailer's Profits ed Sumatra wrapper Cigar of the finest quality. is as good as The many 15c smokes on the market. We sell direct to the smoker in lots of 100 at 8c each 50 at 9c each El-L- (ox-c- is a strictly The El-Lcarefully selected long filler, importband-mad- r A London clergyman has two maids, both named Kate. One Is a Cockney, the other a Scot. The Bill difficulty of distinguishing the two Is dnughtcr? by the easy method of calling Jim Why, she riveted her atten- solved one Kite nnd the other Kate. No tion on us nnd then made a bolt for confusion ever arises. London Post. the door. Judge. A London Statue. The Achilles stntue In Hyde park, Technical! How do you krow she's a Let the money you aave earn more money for you by keeping it tafely Inverted. London, was enst from a cannon captured during the Duke of Wellington'! victories, and Is dedicated to him anr hla troops. The Better Plan. "General, the enemy Is approaching In Inrge numbers." "That's line. Send out the shock troops nnd capture them. No quarter no mercy 1" "Tnke them all prisoners, sir?" "Prisoners, no I Drive 'em back home nnd keep their commissary 1" The Present Notion. "What beautiful teeth she has." "Yes, but I think she ought to hnve them There may be something the matter with them." CINCINNATI MARKETS. Hay and Grain. Corn Xo. 2 white GlfftVie, No. :! white fttfrfile. No. 2 vellow G24 Xts.e, No. 2 mixed C0ff01V4c. Sound Hay Timo'hy per ton $l."if? 22..V). clover mixed $MS20.r.O, cloor 23 at 10c each Parcel Tost prepaid them and note the aroma. See how good they are. Then order any quantity you and save the difference between the price you nay us and what you wonld have to pay the cigar man. wonderful Send us 1.00 and ire will mail yon at once a sample box of 10 of our El-L- o cigars. Smoke SPECIAL OFFER THE LEE-L- CIGAR CO., 4 S. Howard SL, Baltimore, Md. 189S EUlIiaodSinco DEALERS WRITE FOR SPECIAL PRICES AND EXCLUSIVE TERRITORY owners of the securities of Cities Service Company and Rs subsidiary corporations. An excellent way to share in the profits they are receiving is to purchase CITIES SERVICE COMPANY 6 Cumulative Preferred Stock THERE are now more The "Charm of Alabama" Calls the Fanner to Montgomery County J .VaaaaPaaVVaaaaaaaiaBaaLlV aaKak Banner Lye is easy to use Paducah. The packet George Cowling, now operating between Paducah and Metropolis, 111., was told by the A) er & Lord Co. to John Street, of this city. The price not announced, hut It Is believed to have exceeded No other It U xmcktd so ufclr and con veniently or U so economical not a bit wasted. No other Ire or aoap cleans and dletnfects so easily and tboronchlr as Bauer Lye. It Is not old style Ijs. Odorless and colorless; the rreatest cleanser and disinfectant the world has erer known. Uss It for cleanlnr your kitchen, cellar, sinks, dairy, milk-pan- s and bottles, for soft e nine water, and the labor of washlnr and cleaning will be cat In half SCAJKSfll JLUM3B and saves money besides. A can of Banner Lye. a H pounds of kitchen crease, ten minutes' easy work (no bolllnr or larre kettles), and you hays Id pounds of best hard soap r I rations of soft soap. Banner Lye is sold by your rroctr or dmrrlsta. Write to us for free booklet, "Use of Banner lays." The Chemical Works Philadelphia USA America's Views Accepted. Washington. Japan and France are opinion xvas given by Atty. Gen. Chas. understood to have accepted the AmerI. Dawson In ansxver to a query rrotn ican principles of distribution of tho Charles P. Johnson, fonner German Atlantic ami Pacific Building, Louisville, xxho wanted to iibles, at a session of the International $00,000. know "xxhether or not since the adop- Communications Conference, conducttion of the Nineteenth Amendment to ed at the State Dcpaitment. While Lexington. An automobile xvhlch the Constitution women are eligible was stolen from the Phoenix Taxicab for Jury sen Ice In this state." Atty. details of the operation of the cables Company by a passenger xvho offered Gen. Dawson Is of the opinion that the to bo allocated must he xvorked out to sit in the car xvhlle the chauffeur adoption of tl c Nineteenth Amendment the acceptance by Japan and France of the American view Is expected to went Into a barber shop, recovmade citizens of within the ered in Cincinnati. The man xvho took meaning of tho term and therefore make possible an early agreement on all such questions. the car has not been found. qualified them for Jury service. Frankfort. Women noxv may legally serve on Juries in Kentucky. This Inter-Souther- n An investment of in this security will give you a monthly income of $1340 s SOAP rm HEADACHE? Go to your druggist or dealer and ask for a package of City Council shoxv that It wllrcost$50,-00- 0 to repair the bridge over the Ken, tucky which connects North and South Frankfort. The bridge Is in a dangerous condition, according to the report of an expert engineer, xvho said all of the steel work of the structure Is corroded and that a nexv flooring Is badly needed. Mayor Bosson recently closed the bridge to street car and heavy traffic. He also closed the pedestrian walks on the bridge, xvhlch xvere reported to be In wretched condition, and had a new walk fenced off. Blx-cr- Frankfort. Estimates furnished the Benjamin Hudson, 73, wealthy farmer nnd president of the Citizens' National Bank, of Iancaster, concrete found dead In u tank on his farm after n search had been made for him. His fingers xvere at the tips and bruised apparently In efforts to get out of the tank, which contained but three feet of locking into It Is believed he Jhe tank to see how much xvater there xx hen he lost his balance. Later, It Is suppo.sed, he became uliconsWoui ; from fatigue. Danville. a ton-fos Explosion Kills Two. Detroit. Midi. After hours of the police were unable, to learn the cause of an explosion that killed two persons ami HiJitrcd many others at East Fort street and Elsmere avenue. Three buildings were destroyed and others damaged. The loss Is estimated to be .S"o,mx. The dead: Unvrcnco Bamctt, years old; .Mrs. Amelia Hermann, rtl years old. The explosion occurred, the police have decided, in a shed In the rear of !K!S0 West Fort street. Careful, 'ndeed. "How do you like that typist I sent you? Is she nccuratc and careful enough for you?" "No doubt of her being careful," xvns the reply. "She stops nnd asks me hoxx- - to spell every word." Cities Service Compmy stands In the first rank among producing oil companies of the United States, is extensively engaged in the transporting, refining and distributing of petroleum and petroleum products, and is one of the principal public utility operating organizations of the country, serving more than 630 communities in the United States and Canada. Write as for Information and aik fat Thrift BookUt-- 3 $io A Pnihcl of a Montgomery County Dairy Farm An Ohio and Alahama Out ?101. Oats No. 2 white ll?i413ic. No. 3 wldto lOOMO'Sc No. :: mixed No. Wheat No. 2 red 3 red .?UT1.:!7, No. 4 red UWJfKt::. Butter, Eggs and Poultry. ns:c Ill tter Whole milk creamery extras fiOc, contrai'zed extras 4'Jc, lirsts ire. Kxtra firsts 23c, firsts 22c, ordinary lir&ts 21c. Live Poultry Urollers 1 lb and over 75c, fowls, 5 lbs and over 2So; fowls 4 lbs and over 20c, under 4 lbs 23c, Eggs The "LIME LAND BELT" of the South is the choice section of America, and Montgomery County, Alabama, is not only the most attractive section of the famous LIME LAND BELT, but it is a county where the farm land owner pays less than twenty per cent of the tax levy, enjoys a magnificent system of improved highways, covering the entire county, and has six great trunk line railways leading to the best markets. In addition to fertile soils, long growing seasons, humorous clovers and grasses and the best pastures, Montgomery County enjoys the best rural schools in the South and her splendid Consolidated Rural Schools offer full college requirement work and furnish free transportation both ways to the children on the farms. Montgomery has great stock yards, good local markets, splendid schools and churches, excellent health conditions and churches of every denomination. We seek to develop agriculture at home and invite farmers of other sections to investigate Montgomery County, as the logical place for a prosperous, permanent home. This County not only offers unusual opportunities for the dairy and live stock farmer, but i3 equally attractive for the fruit, vegetable, pecan and poultry farmer. The simple truth is enough to convince you, and full and descriptive literature will be furnished. Henry L. Doherty & Company Bond Department 60 Wall Street, New York roosters 17c. NEW PENSION LAWS dl&n wars before Feb'r, In W16-1- 1 Platter Easily Mended. If plaster on the walls shows cracks and breaks It Is not difficult to mend this yourself. Get a little plaster of parts from the drag store. Mix this with water to make a smooth paste and get relief, with no bad and then plaster the cracks, smoothing off the surface with a perfectly after effects. You can depend smooth board for a lathe. When this upon "White Caps. They contain Is perfectly dry you can supply a coat no narcotic er ptohlbllloe drags. of calcimine or one of the patented Trial Sie 10 eta. RefnUr Slit 25 eta. wall paints and the effect should be GILBERT BROS. A CO, Boltlmora, XA all that yon desire. It Is very much better to have all shelves well painted V) N. U, CINCINNATI, NO. xvlth two conts of WHITE CAPS finishing coat of ennmel thnn to leave the boards In natural condition. If they nre painted they may be washed off easily, xvhereas If they are not painted they become discolored and soiled and cannot be restored. No Pep. A traveling man tells ns he asked an old New Hampshire resident how he felt and received the reply: "Oh, pretty well, but kind o' gltless." Boston Transcript. white paint nnd a WrltMII.O II.HTKVKNH& CO., Attya Ust&bhibed 1S64. 0'46 P HU Washington II. C- 1391 ; CItII War widows. d remarried: also dUabllltr Bordar aeirlca Live Stock. Cattl i Steers, good to choice $S0 S.7f, fair to good ?7.2."S, common to fair ?ri7.2T, heifers, good to choice ?S9.2.", fair to good $7ifiS, common to fair$4ff7. canners $2..rp0f :Wt), stock heifers $.'iC.r). fair to good large ?jjf7. Calves Secrets of Statesmanship. "There are secrets a public man keeps locked In his bosom forever." 'There nre," rejoined Senator Sorghum. "Numerous friends of mine play thousands of miles of golf, but nobody bears a word about the score." t: AUK NOW hlliri'lMl by prepaid par llermuilts Onion eel post strong ami I'orto Klro I'otnto Tluntsi 260, 1. Lead Inff varieties Tumatues, IVppers and Kxt I'lnntu, dozen. 30c; 100 II, Satisfaction giver or money returned If Interested In target qtmntltlea write or wire HAVANA PLANT FARM. Midway, Oadsdn County, Florida Karmer Agent a Wanted In Ki.eh Count sell Quality Paints and Hoof Cements dlret to farmers. Good profits; exclusive contract Co., Cleveland, t Imperial Fibre 10, Good to choice JSQ'O.oO, common and $9ff FRECKLES g RCMOVIO 21. a nov, 7 ifm vmmw. Michigan packers and butchers $S.2.", niedittti $S.23S.50. common to choice heavy fat sows JfoJrCTi. light shippers !?S.2j Vtwi, CbM aS0, pigs (110 lbs and less) ?CQ'8Ji0. br Dr. rWrr' wr fc, n, Bvy Shecii Good to choice ?IJ0 ."0, fair to good $3Xi0gT, common ,$203, lambs, good to rlioWe $1010.7.-- fair to good ?nio. Hogs Heavy choice ?7.50ff S.25, Write Farm Section, Chamber of Commerce, (Div. H) 215 Bell Building, Montgomery, Alabama. SALT LICK LUMBER COMPANY SALT LICK, KENTUCKY. Has Fullest Confidence of Public and Enjoys a Large Local Patronage as Well a' Ships to Every State in The Union. Numbered Among the Largest, Best Known and Most Successful Enterprises of its Kind in East- GRANGE A'. I . i CITY A BIG SALE Ladies' Spring Coats and Dresses AT i ern Kentucky. Ituiiding operations and city and city and farm improvements consume va- -t iiiiintitics of lumber and it would surprise many of those connected with the trade to see the figures in detail. The Salt Lick Lumber Co., which "as established in l!)02'is numbered .unoiig the largest, best known and nn- -t successful enterprises of its kind in eastern Kentucky. This concern manufactures hardwood Mooring, cciing. siding and other hardwood building materials. They have a saw mill which has a capacity of 50,000 feet of lumber a day and their planing mill is modern in equipment and construction. When the plant is in full operation it employs about 10(1 men and is the largest employer of labor in Ruth county, paying out approximately .f(i0,000 a year in wages. Most of the employees of the concern own their own homes and the enterprise which Is located about three-fourtof a mile east of Salt e Lick is on a tract of land and has never had any strikes fires since its inception. The Salt Lick Lumber Co., ships about feet of llooring a year which is made of oak, beech and maple wood. Their product which is known as the Eureka brand is unexcelled in quality. Logs are towed down the river for a distance of n hundred miles to this concern's plant. Thev now have 2,500,000 feet of rough and dressed lumber op Jw.d.. ... The .endeavors of this company iaye., lieen. centered on the idea that, of delivering to the consumer hadr w.od building materials of the Lest iua lly. That the jxdicies ..f l!i- - coui'i'iii aie fully apprecie'e ! h the outlining public is amply tested by 'lie large and constantly increasing trade now annually enjoyed by them over the United States in its entirety. live-acr. . PRICE. About 50 short sport coats in all the new shades and cloths. About 25 long coats in navy blue, b'ack and dark shades. These garments arc especially good values. Sale takes in all lines and prices from $15 to S50 00. You have your choice for $7.50 to $25. Lots of dresses in silk and other materials, including our famous "BETTY WALES" line at greatly reduced prices Sec them before the good ones are all gone. LACY-COON- S Picric wj'iit to Levin;; t oi la- -t i Artliiir lln- -t ba ic The Ladies Aid turned from . Va me ts at the In. me of Mrs. Oniric, .'lie. Thursday Rev., 'Murphy pcr.ichcd here Thnrsihu niglit am' .il preai lied Saturday night and Mr Sunday of the third Siiiuhi ' ii.icr IJogei ., of liath i ouuty, the g'ic4 of Mrs. M Slory Saturda -- A delightful l.irtlnlay dinner w.-.gixcii Mr.--. Marion Story at her home near here Saturday April 8th., it be."1 per ing her "illth anniversary. ate dinner and all ciijuc .ins thcM.-ckci and her many happy return.' of the oc . i.siiin. The Sf rv home and fauiih in. ted for their hospitality. . cs wi.-h.i- -e Grass for Rent. I will rent out Kill ai res of gra by the month or by the whole bound-sr.- . Located on Naylor branch, well .vatcred and fenced. Kl'SSKI.L BARBER 5-.- -I PEBBLE Several from here attended iiuirt at Mt. Sterling Monday Miss Ha.le Calvert, of Sherburne, visited Miss j night nnd Mutt..c Davis Saturday Sunday Several from here attended church at East Fork Saturday night and Sunday night Claude Maddox Maysville Saturday on biisi-n- . vi t t ss Carr.-'l-l Woodanl went to Hale Mo., last week to see his father E. (!. Woodanl, who is very ill. Mr. Woodard was some better at last re port Wesley Hornback and wife ( visited the hitter's parents Mr. and night and M- i- Tim Hunt and daughsuiiday Sant Perkins ter Delsie and Taylor Woodard, all visited the hit i f near Fleiiiingsburg, ter's mother Mrs. Christy Woodard Sunday Fruit is most all I here with the exception perhaps ! late apples of which then: will likely I e a half crop. . I BUY HAPPINESS Nothing- is more essential to happiness th nn good living, and nothing is more essential to good living than good groceries and meats. When yon - buy your groceries and meats from ns yon buy happiness. .STEELE & CROOKS "YOUR FRIEND," Owingsville, Kentuck, ROUGH AND DRESSED NOTICE HARDWOOD LUMBER OUR SPECIALTIES: COMMISSIONER'S SALE & CO. OWINGSVILLE, KY. Plffs. Princess Turlev etc.. s. I,ee Strotber. etc.. Dcfts. NOTICE OF SALE Bv virtue of a juilirmcnt rendered hv 'lie Bath Ciici.it Court at its October term. 1020 in above stvlcd iieudi'ii; therein. I a; Master t'on of said Corrt wnl on the 2ND DAY OF MAY. 1921 al lit J o'clock 1. in. Mime lieintr lirst day ol Bail: Circuit Court, sell tt 1 OWINGSVILLE OWINGSVILLE. OUTLOOK KY. - THE SUN may rise a minute or two of every day but Published Weekly, E. D. THOMPSON. - - - Kentucky. Owintjsvllle, THURSDAY, DEMOCRATIC Al'RIL 28, 1921. ANNOUNCEMENTS Raialow Nature-Flavor- ed Flow For County Judge S. O CROOKS. . EWJXG CONNER JOtlN CLARK , JOSEIWIUtyMS For 5nenn S. M. ESTILL. Deputies: Aaron Fanning and Mason II. Botts. ROBERT K. DUFF. . Deputies: David B. Myres, and Isaac-Cm!?- rises on the minute every time. Try it; you'll like it. NOTICE. We will give in exchange for corn, white or yellow, not mixed, one barrel, of our best flour for 3 barrels corn or 185 pounds of mill feed for one barrel of the hii'hot bidder at public outcrv in front the door in t)im:ville. Bath county. Kentucky. Pirccl of re. I et'ite in Bethel, v. iiaui .mjutrial iiomh'- ed as follows; bccinnini; at a stake corner of alley. Mavsviile and Mf Meiluur tiirnnikc. thence cast 220 feet corner to Peter Lee. thence noijh 30 feet corner with Matririe Baker, thence west 220 feet corner with the Mavsillc and Mt. Sterliii" turnpike, thence south to the bctriit- of an acre. Sale mil'.' contaiiinn; will be made on a credit of si.t months the purchaser will be re- quired to execute bond for the amount of the purchase price with ;ood surety, payable to Coiwnissiottf-- J cr bearini: G per cent intenW Peflj aiiniiiii from date until pant sahTj bond to have the force and ot ' a iiidirment. LESLIE SHROFT. M. C. B. C. C. 'f cou-t-hor- sc - uci-iic-- 1- Notice is hereby given that at the February Terra of the Bath Circuit Court the Grand Jury reported iind requested that I, as Sheriff of Bath county should publish a notice in Hie local paper between the Febru ary Term of the Bath Circuit Court and the May Term, 1021, notifying all persons who mav have in their possession any dogs for which the proper license ta'-- s have not been is surd for the year, 1021, to at once call at the ollice of the Clerk of the Bath County Court and immediately procure same. Any and all person who fail to comply with this request ,vj, ri.1M,rtr,i ,,, tne Miiv Tenn of the Bath Cimiit Court and flic Grand Jury at said time will return iudii tinents against such persons. This will be mv last notice iu com pliance with the said request of til j (;ramj .jrr iUi anv nna nn persons w,, 1,avc 1,ot as vct takvn out lh" I I jiropsr license will do so immediate ' jv " -- Flooring, Ceiling and iding OUR MOTTO: V5 Good Material, Low Prices and Fair Dealing. SALT LICK LUMBER CO., SALT LICK, KY. Men, Aft omen and Children Look at yourself as the other fellow sees you and then come to us for treatment. We cure all kinds of A few dollars spent at our shab-bines- s, ' . . ... store wilL. make your ..mirror smile back r i, lJ-l- -. at vchis y W. A.JOYD',' '"sUeritt Bath County, GOODPASTER & CO., Owinjrsville, Ky.t Where Bath county's best dressed people get that way. OUTLOOK $1.50 PER YEAR. corn. 7? For COUNTY CLERK COLE BARNES Deputies: Charles Bristow and Cliff Ilendrix. For Tax Commissioner THOMAS L. JONES Deputies: Ed B. Hewitt, of Betin- and Thos. Crouch, of Preston. SALT LICK ROLLER MILLS SALT LICK KENTUCKY. pliysville, "Mason county, visited the former' sister Mrs. .1. L. Markland CREAM . CREAM THE SALT LICK DEPOSIT BANK THE BANK FOR ALL Afm1i jbmmiilw imiiti tlir L'itnl i.l 8T manager any business concern h:n, here about the lirst of May. nnd when the Salt Lick Lumber The frost sivms to have killed all Mr. T. B. Staggs as 111 a k tion. and brother Frank Jones and family the fruit in manager of the businc Ibev were .George Razor, . :. caught a lot of from Saturday till Tuesday of last .d bis fortun has den: ' nice saw logs in the lecent tide ! nbilit- week. , e the 1 .ninuos in n Licking R'it. 1 -t 7OE ARNOLD Mrs. W. T. Swetnam we- -' os: tory and protita1 s very Boom If In Roy May, of SI arp DepL s week to he at the hed'ij o' the patrons of the entc.i-j- , manner as Mag ntev Clprkof Salt I.'-- V ...... .. ll .... K I: . mother- - "r l lui inn mil in Fa. Il.n unlit:!?. ! J. istrate ot tin.-- district and Presley For Cierk of Circuit Court. phter Sta;rgs' official capacity in the i - J at the 'home .f In Jackson, of Salt Lick, has been ap- poration is that of secretary and EARLE B. THOMPSON Ruth Oakley on Rose Run. WATSON S. THOMAS. Walter Riddle and family spent pointed in his plaee. manager. He is a native of f Bertha Spencer of Mt. Sterling, is State and has taken an active inti For Jailer Saturday niKht and Sunday us SAM T. JONES. puests of Ira Coyle and Wmily al visiting her sister Minnie Conkright. est in developing the oil pro.-p-ci Jas. Staton bought u part of the of .Bath county. In .Mr. Staggs' dei. CABE SNEDEGAR. Owinpivillc. FLOYD CROUCH row and late Wm Ingram farm on Licking iugs with lumber and material lu:- - j George Bennett sold a River in Bath county consisting of" ers of Owingsville the fanners CLAUDE STATON. calf to Charles Coyle for $50. j ! DEE STEELE T. Anderson and family at- - about 30 acres at $32. this s'ltimi. he has always For Representative trded court in Mt. Sterling Mun-du.- .. Mrs. Carrie Meeks has gone to found gi iug them the greates' join her husband, who is working on eomodntions and service vitln. VAN Y. (5REEN. .TII0S. J. KNIGHT. .'ae to ! Darnell left Friday for New Big Sandy. and they who lives Carlos Vnnhindiiigbiim, POWER. CLARENCE C.i '.le. Ind. implicit' that they can t u For Circuit Judge. 'lr. II. S. Oilmore, wife and da ligh- in Rowan county, visited his parents with their business. HENRY R. PREWITT. ter Lorena went last Tuesday to see here Sunday. E. II Swindell is president and V. x Farmers are preparing to plant II. Jacobs vice president and ti-- isFor Commonwealth's Attorney. 11k latters toother Mrs. Robert Rv- . urer of the Salt Lirk Lumber, ''o. W. C HAMILTON. ans, who is quite poorly with rheu. corn. in this section. MAGISTRATE 6th, DISTRICT. mutism, .at .Flyuninrj. lTVrafl f01fl lU??h4p,i1& ,Th(Vtar),,hotH..rf!sidents of - Piffs- '. TApTil 15, n daughter. OLtTrT VjUXCIUFT ' counts '1 birg, PaM, ' .tiyfle ; .Mr. Willison B. Ford who has been CILVRIIES MYERS Bcnnelt and wife spent REPUBLICAN ANNOUNCEMENTS Sunday wtih Mrs. Young and family ill for some time, is now improving. LIFE SAVING STAMPS For Jailer on East Fork. Miss Clara Thompson is visiting ROBERT S. ANDERSON. her sister Oertnulc Craig on Rose HELP FAMINE VICTIMS For Representative OLYMPIA Run. Mrs. Stanley Penix, of Fanners, JAS. II. OTIS. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. Each "Mercy" Sticker Purchased GOOD HEALTH HINTS STEPSTONE. Pcnix one day last week. for Three Cents Provides Food for One Day for a Chinese. Mrs. Katie Costigan is on flu and family, of Bour-lto- n Burl Stull Oklahoma Firmer Gives Sound Ad-ric- e county, spent Sunday with hii "st. Sales of "I.tfe Saving Stamps" by cm Avoiding Sickness. Miss Olivia Staten, of Salt Lick, sister Mrs. P. II. Phipps. the Amerlcnn Committee for China Used Black-DraugFamine Fund for the benellt of China Mr. A. J. Garrett, who has been is visiting relative. here. 30 Years. famine v'ctlms have reHrlicil n total of Mrs. Oscar Jackson visited relavery ill, is some better now. thousand of dollnrs nt the end of the Okla. "I Cameron, have used first month, and already the money Is ' wife, Apr. tives at Preston one day last wcj't. Born, to John Stull and for about actually saving lives In China. Or-- , Tbedford's Mrs. Susan Prcwitt visited her thirty yean, and certainly ought to 22nd, an 11 pound son Edward sister Mrs. James Richardson at ML know by this time what a good medi- tiers during the first month aggregatd Daily. cine It la," says Mr. T. L. Hostler, a more than 10.XW).nnO stamps, which Sntuijjjand Sunday. Clay Jones and two sons Bnnford farmer of this place, Mr. will mean ut the rate of 3 rents for each stamp SrW.OOO for the Chinese Mrs. Lizzie Swartz and grand Bostier has passed his and Norvil, were in Mt. Sterling year, but declares his health when returns have been daughter Mattic Swartz have moved still Is good, "and I can say Black made. the rorljMete are Intended to seMonday. The stumps Draught did Its part" here from Olney, W. Va. cure n multitude of small ciuitrlliu-t'onFrank Young and wife, of "Where there Is a lot of malaria, a from persons .'ffsse Steele, of Ashland, was tin liver medicine is a necessity, and I an uppnrttinlty to who will not lime arc visiting the latters siscontribute In other have never found one better than n t of his sister Mrs. P. P. ter Mrs. Charles Price. They are ways. The campaign for China Is the " continues the Sunday. also visiting other friends here. "It is one that I know to be greatest single philanthropic effort I sure use it for the liver, noWhcfore the American people. JTerh Snlyer and wife, Tony Griggs reliable. Srrs. Roc Carpenter visited hr Every state In the Colon Is now stomach, constipation, indigestion, and 'it wife and Cleveland Pergrem and it has done me a world of good. We ng In the life saving stamp son Jessie Carpenter nnd wife thr use it for the family, and it gives sales, nnd special committees nre at rip moved here from Middletown, satisfaction. past week. work In mure than 'J.IMHl elites through"Most trouble, or sickness, comes out the country. Mrs. Eva Becraft is - visitinc Ohs Inst week. The circulation of from the liver, and It taken In time f lie stamps Is being effected by sales friends at Oylmpia. can be avoided. That is why I use SLATE VALLEY as I do. I ara much organisations composed of oillrcrs of Lee Trimble and fnmily, of the Woman's Foreign Jllss onnry SoMrs. W. O. Traylor is on the sick pleased with results obtained." Sterling, visited Frank Brown and is purely cieties, assisted by commercial organiThedford's list. vegetable. It acts on the bowels, gent- zations, schools, churches. Hoy anil family Friday night. inliver, Nuiieye Jiadey and Idabclle Bai ly stimulating the flow ofand helps the Girl Scout Camps. Y. M. ami Y. W: of Mt. Little Robert Thomasson, bile into crease the normal Associations, fraternal ley attended church at Hedrick's 'Intestines. It assists in the digestion Chrlstlnn hotel assoc ntlons, boards of Sterling, visited his grandma Mrs. constipation in a lmlges, of food, and relieves Sunday. education nnd other volunteers InterCallie Ragan .last week. prompt and natural way. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Snedegar Ask your druggist for a package to- ested In the movement to extenddis-a Will Sanders, of near Ewington, helping hand to a sister republic hi NC-l?- f day. Insist on Thedford's. tress. t'tb his shot gun down last Friday visited the family of Joe Snedegar House to house canvassing for the fcr the purpose of killing a crow. near Preston Simdny. sale of the stamps which nre Intended Julius Bailey is putting up a new loading the gun it was acciWhile to he placed on the backs of letters and Cat Gats 600 Miles in Wheel. has proved the most effecdentally discharged and killed his dwelling house on the same spot the A kitten crawled Inside the rim of packages tive method In the smaller comtimn a big flywheel at the Great Northern wife. She was a daughter of Levi old one burned. mills at Burlington, Xeh.--, and fell ties. In the Mg cities the stamps have Spencer, of Bath county. Sh'1 is asleep. The mill iet was unnoticed been sold to business houses, which MOORE'S FERRY outgoing mail ami the glunt machinery was set In are using them on :lcir survived by five ''Hie children. A quota of ten co. Thos. Crouch, of Preston, motion. The wheel whirred about nnd packages. cry nominal Burl Ray and ife, of Mt. Sterset by e adult pr.'iched nt Hedrick's sehoolhiuse with the kitten Inside for nine hours, stamps for ttce. hut In has lieencenters many ling spent Sunda with Tom Jones, held to Its perilous position by the the coiiiui to a large audience last Sunday nlicnily has I re i passed If running of the wheel. The kitten was this and wife. to obtain stumps through a local ling and night. alive when the machinery was still write China I'aiiilne Fund aer Staton has an oil drilling stopped for the night. It was esti- comin'ltee Ilitile House New York. ODESSA Committee, mated it had traveled 600 miles. Van Jones and family, of Mur- - i. ud will commence drilling for oil ed I 'H"-Ja- CREAM STATION - iu lr I have taken over the cream station oper ted by Ed Thomas at lieese Wells' grocery Main street, Owingsville, for Swift & Co. day and pay the high and will tost Give me a trial. st i SALT LICI, As - - KENTUCKY i- EUGENE PHELPS, Manager and Operator. safe as honesty and prudend Hake it y,sible. We invite nrur Uanki: v ly sines J strong nt 5 1 Gown Goes THE PRICE Best Iichmci ficek Coal for !U)0 a T n. ; j- - BREEDING STOCK in J UJ.i' herhne.jn It' ... F. ALLEN Thoroughbred Horses '' i- - "5 PRINCE PRINCE will make the season of 1921 at my barn li miles southwest of Owingsville. Prince is a saddle horse, chestnut sorrel in color, weight about 1150 pounds. Fee $10.00 To Insure a Colt to Stand Up and Suck. I also have two good young jacks which will make the season at same time and place at 510.00 To INSURE A COLT TO STAND UP AND SUCK, money due when colt comes, mare parted with or bred elsewhere. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. ht Black-Draug- J. DUDLEY WARNER Kentucky Association Course Owingsville, Ky. St'-rlin- well-know- n s. f Kicli-v'sc- Black-Draught,- Okla-homa- LEXINGTON April 23 to May 4 Inclusive Stake Dates xti aiMDicf Saturday, April 23 AVOID OPERATIONS Gallstones, stomach, liver, kidney, bladder and rheumatism sufferers, here is why Stevens' Gallstone and Stomach the king and master of chronic disease, guaranteed a positive reli"f for gal'stonts, or money back. Unexcelled for liver, stomach, kidney, bladder and rheumatism. A trial will convince you. Sold by the following drug stores: C. W. Peters, Sharpshurg, Ivy, W. W. Riddle, Owingsville, Ky., K W. Cornet I, Hural Route 3, Owingsvilh Ky and J. T. Kimbrough, drug store, Owingsville, Ky. Shipped anywhere in the United States on receipt of S i .56 where your druggists cannot supply you. STEVENS REMEDY CO.. Morehead, Ky. r'-med), days of PROMISING ten of nearly the finest a century, m Black-Draug- Black-Draug- mUM B1KAU IMS 2S the famous Lcxineton course will inaugurate the annual season of thoroughbred racing in Kentucky on Saturday, April 23rd. Never before have so many horses of class been quartered at the Lexington course and this advantage has been supplemented by a program book of unusual excellence. Come to Lexington and enjoy the meeting! It is here that some of most prominent entries for the Kentucky Derby to be run at Churchill Downs on Saturday, May 7th, will get their final tests with colors up. Tuesday, April JUHJ Thursday, April Saturday, April IILE 23 hie cuss suns 39 1001 SUMS 1 Tuesday, May cumx nxiicir Wednesday, May 4 -- mi-ab- Kentucky Jockey Club Incorporated OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. EASE THAT ACHING BACK! Is a throbbing backache keeping jou miserable? Are ou tortured with tabbing pains? la the trouble making your work a burden and imjiossible? Springtime, for many folks, m backache time a ngn that the kidneys need help, folds, chills, and the changing weather of early strain the kidneys and slow them up. l'oisoni accumulate and then comes Kickaches, headaches, dizziness and bladder irreg- OWINGSVILLE. KY. iMPKovED urnroRM WANTS OWN FARM mrtiNATionAt rit The Voice of the Pack By EDISON MARSHALL Why One Youth Seeks the Land of Opportunity. Beckoning Hands of Independence and Wealth Stretch Out From Western Canada to Those Who Havo Faith and Courage. SIDMOIOOL Lesson inr ncir Camp Zachary Taylor n. kitzwateiu d. d.. Teacher of EnKllh Illble In the Moody Dllile Inmiiutx of ChlrsKo ) 1921 V. stern Newspaper Union.) ularities I'se Doan'a Kidney Villi. They have helped thousands. Ask your neighbor (. AT AUCTION On LESSON FOR MAY 1 the grounds at Louisville, Ky., ng lit An Ohio Case Clark, Teeumseli St.. all lirecnvllle, Ohio, says "Jly IrouMo was lirouKlit on tiy a cold. My back roul.ln't Imvc hurt m more had It been hroken. 1 was often dizzy. My kidneys caued me n lot of annoyance. I.' I .1 n a v IVtnn'a Tills put my kidneys In good rondl-- t, ,n and made me feel like a different om.m, thanks to Doan'a." C Dma'i at Any Store, 60c a Box Mrs. V. A. z DOAN'S "pJLV CO, BUFFALO. N. Y. Renew your health by purifying your system with Quick and delightful rev lief for biliousness, colds, constipation, headaches, and stomach, liver and blood troubles. The genuine are sold only in 35c packages. Avoid imitations. Searchlight A government for use In guiding nvlntors in night flight. This great liencon lias approximately 3,000,000 cnmilepouer. It Is ojieratcd by two cnoruiou motors mid It can "pick up" nn nvlntor three miles In the nir. The light is Ml upon n wheel chassis and can be osMly moved about. It will lie transported by motor car ahead of the planes each day to the spot where the landing is lo be made at night, and its rays will guide the aviator to the ground. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTOIIIA. that famous old remedy tor Infanta and children, and see that it onTful "dlshiian" tyje has for Night Flying. of the new liet-built for the Important to Mothers J w Bears the Signature In Use for Over 30 Ytars. Children Castoria Naturally Indignant. "Von told her you couldn't Ihi. without her?" Of course." "And the was not Impressed?) "Not n bit. Would you say woman was Impressed whcn0")C re. celved the most solemn decoration a n could make to motvir openfcjrher-wauUfvjM- er bon-bo- n In It?" Ulnninguam lifrv anothputting Age-Ucral-d. Interesting the Girls. "A few girls arc wearing my leather coats." "Vd like to interest more ladies. I guess what I need is n scheme for manufacturing leather ruffles." Louisville Courier-Journa- l. "Welir Ml 4 1 ALLEN'S FOOT-EAS- E Girr4 raja find comfort to feet Uiat are tender and sore. If shoes pinch or com and bunions acne this Antiseptic, Beal-in- z Powder will rive Quick relief. SbakeitinTour la the Shoes. Sprinkle it Foot-bat- Sold everywhere. WJ wafl a Kg knee like this, but your hone t t i i i.. uuuui or prime on uu ankle, hock, stifle, knee or throat. SELDOM SEE eetteeeBrmet DwcitornrtsMfMtMlslkKracrlui. Mfk Dllmnl sW mmVA Jskfic Claada. Weu. Bnun. Vtrleow VduiUiri Metres. Ubenl trUt tool, fctrnM lot 10c. W. F. rOUMQ. loc.3HI.uli SUScrincRsld. Mist. dnn it nff wttintii 1. the hone. No blister, cobslr gone. Concentrated only a few drops required at an application. $2. 5 0 per aZA will mm Eatomic Settled HI "Eatonlc Js wonderful," says C W. Burton. "I had been a sufferer from stomach trouble for 20 years and now am well." Eatonlc sets right after the cause of Stomach on Strike 20 Years sourness, stomach troubles by taking up and carrying out the acidity and gases and of course, when the cause is removed, the sufferer gets well. If you have repeating guarantee. belching, trouble, take Eatonlc tablets after each meal and find relief. Big box costs only a trifle with your druggist's or indigestion, food any other stomach ."- - I Girls! Girls!! Save Your Hair With Cuticura Sms 2Sc, Ointment ZS aa J 50c, Tains 25c. mm C' v.--- . - '..v!! IMKSTOKS The Vlontana and WyomlDf Lnd and OH boom has passed the uneertala tscc Bla proata are certain. We are handling (.100 acres on a bails ot 4100 from each Inrestor, parable 110 per month: It looks aure tor 10 to 1 profit, with poelblll-tle- a of eeveral hundred for each invested. Only 100 lnrestors required lit handle to deal. It Interested writs quick for detail! Ton can be more certain It first 110 la aert with letter. It will be returned If yoo are not satisfied with contract sent you. CONTIVEXTAL LAND COMPANY California Bldr. Denver, Colorads rar Strolling around the exhibit room of BIBLE TEACHINGS ABOUT EDUthe Canadian government ollice In St. CATION. Paul, studying the grain, nnd picking Copyrlitht. IMP. by I.IItlo. Drown & Ca Up nn odd piece or two of literature I.KSSOti TEXT Deut. 6:4-- ; Trov. 3:13-ICHAPTER I Continued. he bated Hie buzzard Hint would claim hole them mull spring In l.ennoVs describing farming nnd Its results In ' Luke ::!. Mm in the end, and tried to hide hi- - desk. -1- 6-! Western Cnnadn, a dapper, ClOl.DKN TEXT Wisdom Is the prlncl-pa- l Into a Utile hollow in the bark, on apprehension. And the truth was that Cran-to- n tiling; thorefore get wisdom. Prov. strapping said to the malithe utidorslde of the lug, muho bund or-"Co on. Itlat It out." fraii-to- n had reasoned ,,iit the situation almost nger, "I've been having n grand whirl 4:7. hud lliniM a miiiiII roll of pii'r-l:7-- ; c perfectly. dered. "Or else go nwav and let UKl'KRKNCG MATERIAL-rr- ov. When Dan awakened in of living for the past few years. I They were niliKn:ikeil now. mid the sleep." Col. 2:3; Jas. l.G, II Pet 1:5. the morning, and the snow lay alremlx used to work on my uncle's farm (n I'KIMAItY TOPIC The Hoy Jesus WIUi Ink bud dliiituod iiuil Mntiiil; but P.m II was a lilutT; but It worked. If a foot deep oer the wilderness world, Iowa. I heard of the big fat pay en- tlio Te.ichors. lY.Mllzed tliolr slgnitliiinro. They were CIIiIk had gone without speaking. he knew lliat he would hae no clianc-l- velopes that the city chaps were get- JUNIOIl TOPIC Pleaslns Ood In School. the eoinplete evidence that lllldretb Cranston would have known no sleen act upon the Crausion case unti ting every week. I went to the city, INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC j had nceuiniilated airainvt the arson that night Hut the man became more the snows tied in the spring. S and I began getting them, too. I had -- The Value of an Education. ring letters that bail pa-- YOUNO PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC fawning. back ami lie pushed all thought of It out of lib all the excitement they would bring -.Milking Education Christian. forth bi'Mieeti lihnx'Il and I'ninMoTi. "I'm tellln' jou. fn- -t as I can," he mind and tinned hi- - attention to uioi-theaters, dinners, swell clothes nnd il llireal of murder from the former if went on. nlmo-- t whining. "I went lo pleasant .subjects. It was true that be taxis. I surely saw n lot of that life I. The Excellency of Wisdom (I'rov. Ilildreth turned suite's I'vldemv. mid the cabin. Just a- - ou said, ltut I read the documents oer twice as lie Hint In days gone by I had anxiously a: n signed statement of the arson aetlv-llle- s didn't get a chance to search lay In bed. Then he lied lliein Into a gazed upon and secretly wanted to Let no man confuse this "wisdom" "Why not?" Cr:iiison thundered. neat packet and put them of the ring by lillilretli lilmelf. with the wisdom resulting awaj where try. They were not only I'lUMigh to break Ills voice riM'chocd among the ow-wet they would be ipiickly mailable. Then "But I'm driven to enrth now. I'm from an education In the arts, sciences up the ring and send Its members to pine- -. he thrust his head out or the window still working, but the pay envelope 13 and philosophy taught In the modern prison ; with the nli of ihe empty shell "I'll tell you why! Iteenu-- e some mid let the great snow Hakes sift down thinner. Not working stendllj', you colleges and universities. The way to one el-- e evidence, mid other rlmiiiiMiintiiil oWilctitly a coi was al- upon his face. It was winter at last, know, nnd I sort of miss those have Hits in Its true sense is to get they eould In nil probability eoiub't ready searchin' It. Itotb of us know the sea-o- ti times. I went to Western Canit from the Bible, God's revealed Word that he lined. there's-- nothin' there, an way. We've lleri ('mil-to- n of murder. ada once, nnd I think I'll make an- (l'sa. U!):!1S-100-- e that He didn't stir from the Wisdom personiTor n ions time he stood ulih the gone oer It too many time- -. After first day of the storm. Snowbird and other trip. fied mollis Christ (I'rov. 8). All renl a while he went away but I didn't he found plenty of shadow.- - of the pine- "I wns up there five years ago. I wisdom leads to Christ, who Is made pleasant things to turn back jet. That wouldn't be .llm do nnd talk about before l lie roaring want money, nnd lots of It; I want unto us wisdom, righteousness, nnd iilxiiit Mm. lil gni eyes In libbs. shadowed him. Just as jou'd lire that he built In the grate. He was to be my own boss, but I haven't much sanctlflentlon (I Cor. 1:30). Wisdom I'or the moiiient a glimpse was chen him into Hie deep well- - of want me to. And be went straight coin to stnrt with. I want to get Into Is desirable because: the human soul; and tltiiliTMiiliiling back to the body." that class that don't have to worry 1. Of lis Inherent qualities (vv. "Ve-5Cran-to- n nbout n buck or so. I know fellows " Was there no balm for j came to him. had hard work (1) "Better than the merchan-dls- o out there In Canada who went there, hatred even in the moment of death? curbing his Impatience. Again tlibbs' of slher and the gain of gold" a few yenrs ago, got a quarter section (v. 11). Men set great value upon Were men unable to forgot the themes eyes were full of ominous some homestended and some bought tho,se, mid motive- - of their lle-- een when Hons. hut they are corruptible and on easy payments nnd they nre well the slimums- elo-e- il down upon them? "lie stopped at the body, and il soon pass away. (2) "More oT today. A number of the boys from shall lllldretb had known what hand had he'd been there before, lie went my own state paid for their Innds precious Hum rubles" (v. 15). Though struck htm down. And even on the crawling through the thickets, lookin among the most valuable among the from a single crop. I mny not be ns frontier of death, hi- - Mrs! thought was for clues, lie done what .ou ami misuccessful ns they were, hut I want precious stones, the ruby Is of secto hide Ms evidence where 1'ran-to- n never thought to do lo.kin' all the ondary value when compared with the to try." eould not rim it when he -- earehed the way botwivn the trail and the bod He wnnted to tnlk, and the mnnnger wisdom of God. (3) Of immeasurable body, but where later It mlplit be He'd already found the brass shell ou j was a good listener. He continued: vclue (v. lo). The best things thnt found by the detective that were sure told me to get. At least, it wa-"I wnnt to have my own home and the human heart can desire arc not to come. It wn the old creed of a there when I looked, after he'd tone. raise my own cattle; I want hogs nnd worthy to compare In vnlms unto wislife for n life. lie wnutiM hl evidence Voit should've thought of It before, poultry, and milk and eggs to sell, dom. to be preserved not that right should ltut he found somethiu' else a whole SL It ministers to our enrthly welCan I get n market?" be wronced, but so that Cranston lot more Important a roll of paper fare (vv. (1) "Length of dnys He was assured that he could, and would be and convicted that Ilildreth hail chucked into an old crop Is In her right hand" (v. 1C). Godlithat he could get n decent-sizeand made to suffer. Ills hatred of pine stump when he was dyln'. It was ness tends to long life. (2) "In her to thrash every fall. Cranston that had made him turn your fault. Cranston, for not get tin' honor" "loti know," he said, "If the farm- left hand riches anil mny not (v. 10). state's evidence in the first place had them that night. This detective stood nlways ers on land "Riches and honor" lioen carried with him down into and read 'em on the trail. And you can make money, my reasoning leads he according to the world's standard. denth. know just as well as I do what me to believe Hint I can grow as many (3) "Her ways are ways of pleasantAs Dan stood wonderlns. he thought they were." dollars an acre from that cheaper land ness" (v. 17). The notion thnt the life he heard a twig crack on the trail be"D n you. I went back the next of the Christian is hard nnd that In Western Canada." hind him. and he wondered what for- morning, as soon ns 1 could see. And pleasure does not enter Into his experit This period of is caus- ence est creature was still lingering on the Ihe mountain lion had already been is nil wrong. The way of the ing more thinking and plnnnlng for 1 went back lots rltlgcs at the eve of the slums. there. of times since. the future than probably at any time transgressor Is hard (I'rov. 13:15). And that shell ain't nothing but all Godliness Is profitable unto all things, In the past. The desire for personal The snow began lo fall in earnest at the time I supposed I put It In my nnd financial independence is grow- hnvlng the promise of the life that njw pocket. You know how It Is a fellow midnight great, white Hakes that ing. To secure this, the first real Is and of that which Is to come (I in an instant covered the leaves'. throws his empty shell out by habit." source of wealth Is the land Itself. Tim. 4:S). (4) "All her paths are It was the real beginning of winter, Cibbs' eyes grew more intent. What Thnt Is the solution. During the era euce" (v. 17). There Is no peace to and all living creature- - knew It. The was this thing? Cranston's tone. Inof high prices, doubtless there wns the wicked. "The wicked are like the wolf pack sang to It from tin- - ridge stead of commanding, was almost some inflation of land values. So the troubled sea when it cannot rest, whose a wild mill plaintive song thai made pleading. But the leader caught him new man the young mnn wishing to waters cast up mite nnd dirt (Inn. Hert Cranston, sleeping In a lean-tself at once. make a start on n farm wns con 57:20, 21). (o) "She Is a tree of life on the rmHti:i side of the Oivlde. "I don't see why I mill to explain "You Just Lacked the Guts to Pull the fronted with the problem of the land to them that lay hold upon her" (v. Trigger." IS). Those who eat of the tree of swear and mutter in his sleep, ltut he any of that to you. What I want to he wanted having gone bej'ond hl didn't really waken until Jim nibbs, know Is this: why jou didn't shoot glad Ilml'ed capital. He must seek else- life. Christ, have eternal life (Gen. of the great pile of wood lh.it one of his gang, returned from his and get those papers away from him?" 3:22; ch. John 0:03. (0) "Happy la lay outside the door. It meant life it- where. Two decades ngo, and less. secret mis-Io- n. good farming land could be bought eieryone that retalncth her" (v. 18). Tor an Instant their eyes battled self, in this sea-oi- i. Then Snowbird In They wa-tno words. Ilert Hung But Cibbs had never the strength of Cnnadn nt four dollars an acre, but The only true happiness that can bo led him to the windows, and they nslde the blankets, lighted a candle his leader. If he had. It would hnve ns the demand Increased and Its pro had Is In laying hold on wisdom In Wiitched the white drifts pile up over and placed It out of the reach of the been asserted long since. He sucked ductivity was proven, prices advanced. God's Word. II. Israel's Responsibility With Refnight wi- lli face looked swarthy In his breath, and his gaze fell awa.v. the low iinderiiriisb. Ther lias been no undue Inflation, When finally the snowstorm ceased, though, ) in its light. and prices today are very rea- erence to the Statutes of the Lord and deIt rested on Cranston's rille. that In five days demaiided. "What did some manner had been pulled up wilderness later, the whole face of theh sonable. Some day, when the coun- (Deut. 0:4-1)was changed. The 1. Central- ruths to be taught (vv. try fs settled, land will bring n much across- - his knees. And at once he was was tjiostlj- - covered, the fences ,'",',s Ihlijjjjrjirlce in Western Canada. To-- I 4, 5). (1) UnlrrsGod. "The Lord cowed. He wns never so fast with a were out oK sight: f" ask me what 1 found gun the forest seemed daj prices range for unimproved. our God Is one Lord." Tltff ws-J Win . as Cranston. a clear, clen -- weep of white, broken an out, wiproveu, at $au testimony against the polytheism of J "j? have souiethln' to "Blood on my hands, eh same ns only by an occasional tall tnicket and 'Mp that day. He is God alone, therefore on yours?" he mumbled, looking down. by the great, d trees. "Thcn-n- nd to worship another is sin. (2) Man's llert, after the man- "What do you think I want, a rope Tlie productive value Is almost When the clouds blew nwny, and ner of Ids kind, breathed an oath estimate. The reports of those supreme obligation (v. 5). God should around my neck? These hills are big. the air grew clear, the temperature who' have been farming these lands, be loved with all the heart, soul, nnd "What did you find out?" but the arm of the law has reached up began fall. His tone, except for an iuM.il note before, and it might again. You might knowingto how lowD.m had no way of making money nnd enjoying every might, because He Is God nlone nnd it went. Thermome- personal freedom, are available and supreme. The one who Is truly wise of savagery, remained the Yet as well know first as last I'm not goln' ters were nt will make God first In everything In his heart was thumping n great deal to do any klllin's to cover up your the Lennoxnot considered essentialeye- canfie secured on nppllcation. home. But when Ids big his life, first In business, first in It Is apparent that this louder than he liked to have it. Iteal'r-in- g murders." lids congealed with the frost, and bin available farming area of last Western pleasure, first In education, etc. that the snows were at hand, he "That comes of not going myself. mittens froze to the logs of firewood Canada will tend, to no small extent, had sent Glbbs for n last search of You fool if he gets that evidence 2. How these 'truths arc to be kept he carried through the door, and to dispel some of the unrest that that Is nllve (vv. the body, to find and recover the evi- down to the courts jou're broken Ihe Ihe pine trees exploded and The place for God's cracked In so previ 'cnt today among the youngdence that Ilildreth had against him same as me." In In Word the d:ir!:ne-- s, he was correct In his er men, who have had n taste of bet- may Is In the heart. (1) order that It and which had not been revealed either be the heart "teach dill "But I wouldn't get niore'n. n jear belief that it was ery. very cold. ter things and who Intend to have gently to thy children" (v. 7). The on lllldreth's nerson or in his cabin. or so, at most and that's a heap difBut he loved the cold, and the si- them in the futuri. Advertisement. most important part of a child's edn ferent fnmi the gallows'. I did aim at lence and austerity that went with it. cation Is that given In the Word of him--- " The wilderness claimed him as never Proof of Love. God. (2) Tnlk of them in Hit? home "But you just lacked Ihe guts to pull before. The rugged breed that were "Why hnve you and Miss Gndthwnlte (v. 7). How blessed Is that home the trlwr!" Ids ancestors had struggled through broken off your engagement?" where God's Word Is the topic of con ilid, and I ain't ashamed of It. such seasons as this and passed a love "l "Because she loves me so." (3) Tnlk of them when versntion. But besides the snows are here now, of them down through the venrs to "Thnt's a queer reason." walking with our children nnd friends and he won't be able' to even get word him. "Not at all. She believes In fortune (v. 7). (4) Tnlk of them when re (TO HE CONTINUED.) to the vnllej-- for six months. If you telling, and when she went to have her tiring for the night (v. 7). The last want him killed so bad, do it vour- fortune told not long ago she was Inself." PEKING'S WALL OF DRAGONS formed that she would be married thing upon which the mind should rest before going to sleep should be God This wns u thought indeed. On the three times. That settled my case, for (5) Tnlk of them hand, another murder might not Mythical Creatures in Tiles That at the time being, nt least. She said she and His truth. other when rising In the mnrr.lng (v. 7). be necessary. Months would pass wns determined that I should not enFirst Sight Appear SurprisHow fitting thnt God should speak to the road would be opened, and In counter the dnnger of being first on us ingly Lifelike. the first thing when we awake. (0) the meantime Cranston would have a the list." Bind them upon thine hand (v. S). One of the unexpected treasures of thousand chances to steal hack the This was literally done by the Jews. accusing letters. He didn't believe for I'eklng is the dragon screen. It Is (7) Write them upon the posts of the an Instant that the man Cibbs had barely mentioned in some of the guidehouse and on the gates (v. S). seen wns a detective. He had kept books and not mentioned nt nil In III. The Growth of Jesus (Luke It Is hidden behind a hillock too close watch over the roads foi others. You naturally feel secure when you 2:52). In the winter palace grounds, and s that. know that the medicine you are about to It should he borne in mind thnt ot the visitors to Peking walk take is absolutely pure and contains no "A tall chap, in outing clothes Christ's growth was not the result of within a hundred yards of it nnd harmful or babit producing drugs. and normal unfolding of never dream of Its existence. "Yes?" Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, education, hut the Ills human nature. His growth was It is a wall perhaps 20 feet high kidney, liver and bladder remedy. "Wears a tan hat?" nnd n hundred long, faced completely The same standard of purity, strength harmonious. That's the man." 1. Bodily stature. Being really hu"I know il in nnd I wish you'd with tile cast to represent nine life- - and excellence is maintained in every man. Ills bodily size and strength inpunctured him. That's Falling the size dragons In has relief, of various bottle of Swamp-RooIt is scientifically compounded from creased. What wonderful condescentenderfoot Hint's been staying at Len- colors yellow, purple, buff, maroon, orange, dancing gnyly aboe emercld vegetable herbs. sion that God should take our nature nox's. He's n lunger." It is not a stimulant and is taken in and thus pass through the stages of "He didn't look like no lunger to billows, ngninst n pale blue sky. physical development common to man ! Doubtless one should not speak of tea;poonfu! doses. me " It is not recommended for everything. 2. Increased in wisdom. His mentnl "But no matter nbout Hint it's just life size" dragons, but these creatures It is nature's great helper in relicvinu equipment enlarged as any normal huof the screen nre the nllvest dragons as I thought. And I'll get 'em back one mny ever hope to see; they give and overcoming kidney, liver and blad man being. His fountain of knowledge mark my little words." der troubles. incrensed ns He enme in "ontact with In the meantime the best thing to rise to the feeling that if n dragon A sworn statement of purity is with men and the world. lived lie would be exactly like one of every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-RooSome Hand Had Thrust a Small Roll do was to move at once to his winter 3. In favor with God nnd man. Ills trapping grounds' a certain neglected them. of Paper. Most sculptured Chinese dragons If you need a medicine, you should innate perfection and beauty more and region on the lower levels of the North lie had become Increasingly appre- Fork. If nt nny time within the next are lifeless, angular beasts; but here have the best. On sale at all drug stores more expressed Itself as Ills human hensive nbout those letters he had lew weens, nan stiouia attempt to there Is an almost vigor nnd in bottles of two sizes, medium and laree. nature expander!. However, if you wish first to written Ilildreth, nnd certain other carry word down to the settlements, audacity hi the spring nnd twist of great preparation send ten cents try this to Dr. documents that had been in his Animosity Grows Into III Will. They leap, whirl, Kilmer & Co., Bingh.imton, N. Y, for a he would be cerlnln to pass within the lithe bodies. You cannot He didn't understand why view of his camp. But he knew that lunge and writhe until the spectntor sample bottle. When writing be sure and "Iteslst beginnings." they hadn't turnoi up. And now t' e the chance of Dan starting upon any steps back, half afraid that they will mention this paper. Adv. curb the power of the river; choke Us snows had started, and Jim Glbhs bad such Journey before the snow had come tumbling off the screen, striking source. You cannot arrest the fury returned Expensive Water Power. of the conflagration ; put out tbe but evidently meltetl was not one In a thousand. To nt the unwary with their sturdy claws. not "Yes," said the defendant In n crim- spark. It is nlmost Impossible to check be caught In the Divide In the winter There are, I believe, critics who teach "I'v tound that the body's been un- means to be snowed In as completely that plastic art should never under- inal case, "my lnwyer certainly made lintrcds tli.it bave been allowed free covered nnd men arc already search-i- n ns the Iunults of upper Greenland. No take to portray moments of, activity. a strong plea for me. He even wept." course: never let them begin. An "Whnt was his bill?" asked the othfor clues. And moreover I think word could pas's except by man on If this be correct, the drngons stand will sometimes spring up be they've found them." He paused, snowshoes. condemned; but If the sculptor may er man. fore one knows it; make Its life a weighing the effect of his words. His "Well, as nearly ns I can figure It brief one. Animosity grows iuto 111 Yet If the chance did come, if the ever rightly give us life In Its vivid, eyes glittered with cunning. Rat that house should be left unguarded. It moving moments, here Is n master- out, he charged about $100 a tear." will and malignity nnd run cor, and he wns, he was wondering whether the might pay Cranston to make an Im- piece. Jnmes A. Muller In the Na- Boston Transcript. these are far more hurtful to ourtime had arrived to leave the ship. He mediate search. Dan would have no tional Geographic Magazine. selves than to those ngninst Tiiioui had no Intention of continuing to give reason for supposing that Cranston they nre directed. Subdue them ?y the Can Be Cured ids services to a man with a roiie- - suspected hli possession of the letspirit of Christ, without which we art There Is a peculiar fascination nbout Catarrh Is a local disease greatly Influ. noose closing about him. And Crnns- - ters; he would not be particularly many things whose origin Is constitutional conditions. It attributed enced by requlies constitutional treat, nono of His. Watchman-Examinertherefore ton. knowing this fact, hated him ns watchful, and would probably pigeon to his satnnlc majesty. ment. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is taken Internally and acts through Like Amateur Farmers. the Dtood on the Mucous Burfaces of Ezra (with newspaper) Says here System. HALL'S CATARRH Ideals have no existence In themselves, profit. It will yet banish mischief from the MEDICINE destroys the foundation ot tools lose their temper If but only through the hopes or experithy busied gates. There Is a kind oi the disease, gives the patient strength by exposed to the light of the sun for a the general health and assists ences In themselves which can fill Kood angel waiting diligence; that ever improving doing Its nature In considerable length of time." work. The common feature of the cult ot them. They are either summaries, or carries n laurel in her hnnd to crown All Druggists. Circulars free. Uriah S'pose that's on nccount uv F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio. all Idols Is the adaption of an Ideal hypotheses; frames for what has been her. Fortune, they said of all, should bey? them beln mostly to the evil Instincts of mankind. Mnn or will be; convenient or necessary not be prnyed unto, but with the hands Buffalo Express. An One cannot live without In motion. The bosomed fist beckons cultivates the vices which are profit- formula. "Why did they arrest the blind able to htm, but feels the necessity of them, but the evil )s that people make tbe approach of poverty, and leaves Sad Showing. man?" legitimatizing them; being unwilling to them Into oppressive realities. besides the noble head unguarded ; but "The cop saw him blush when the "lie plays Hamlet well, nas the Holland, in "The Idols." sacrifice them, be must idealize them. the lifted arm does frighten wnnt. nnd d true spirit of the melancholy Dane." passed by." Is ever a shield to that noble director. That is why the problem ot which he "I'll say he has. The. Industry. has never ceased to labor throughout How unworthy was that man of the showing would ntake nnyb"dy melanEven people who borrow troub Industry Is never wholly Unfruitful. world that never did aright, but only has been to harmonize the centuries have It to lend. choly. Louisville Courlor-JcurnaIf It bring no Joy with the Incoming lived and died. Feltham. his Ideals' with his own mediocrity. S. well-built, on Monday, April 25th, 10 a.n. and continuing daily until dispwd if. This property represent a Governneit exptiiitire if . 4:1-1- 10 Million Dollars comprise about 2,000 acres of valuable land, adjoining the Citv of Louisville, Audubon Park and Audubon Golf Course, subdivided into home sites, factory areas and truck gardens, with sewerage, city water, electric lights and cars, also about 2,000 buildings of various dimensions, a vast quantity of plumbing material, heating equipment, boilers, hot water heaters, stoves, ranges, tanks, radiators, motors, piping, refrigerating plants, etc. There will be neither reservation, upset price nor but THE GREATEST BARGAIN SALE IN HISTORY. will by-bi- d, .ill be sold in units to suit purchasers. This sale 1 j It" ). d sllk-shi- rt I ). g It'in-theuln- eurioii-shado- 13-ll- i). Thii , -rula - ! aa abiolutt la. Yoo w!o or yos loaa April 2hk. Wa mtH aa Und privatalr, bat do aa aielaaiva auetioa balaM. H Hi Ptlef, 9 rMimtion. aa bybiddlnl, no prima Thla III bits Oir BAR for lha twcWt rtart wa hava btta la batlaai. dariaj wuafc ttaa wa hava operatad from lha Grtal Lakaa to taa Gall. fMTt atir failtd or rtlaaad to aall a alalia placo of laad, orBrpptrfr pr aa? arad, altar It wta pliead andir lha hammer. To sMla tba prM. Taa Gorarnmaat makca tha dead. Thar a0. OUR GUARANTEE ad For Detailed Inventory, Term, etc Address Louisville D. C. CLARKE, Real Etttte & BeYrityfteit Ct. nl I I Pitt. Stub BiMif, Uirtb, iy. SaJi Agtnt, War Dtpsrtmtnt, U. 3. A. DONT LET THAT COUCH CONTXXUEX j ( ). cd d Spohn's Distemper Compound very semi-unres- will knock It tn abort time. At tha flrat alca of a eouxla or cold la your horae. giro a taw doasa ot "SPOHN'S." It will act on tbe irlanda. eliminate tbe dlaaae cerm and prerent further destruction of bodr by dlivas. "SPOHN'S" baa bean tbe atandard remedy for DISTEMPER. INIXUENZA. PINK ETB. CATARRHAL. FEVER,. COUOH3 and COLDS for a quarter ot a. per bottle at all dmr atorea. centa and centarr. Sl'OILN MEDICAL COMPANY. GOSHEN. LTJ. 4 !Stocl as those frcm erowing wheat, oats, barley, and flax have been cnade in raising Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs. Bright, sunny climate, nutritious grasses, good water, enormous fodder crops these spell success to the farmer and stock raiser. And remember, you can buy en eaay terms S o ed Is as profitable as grain trowing. Successes as wonderful In WESTERN CANADA - "'0f ' -- ). liuck-bnis- - gut-tur- s -- 1TltJi ne; land equal to that which through many years has yielded from to good of (until to tn term grating land f grain farms at proportionately low prices. These lands bare erery rural convenience; good schools, churches, roads, tele-- . , phones, etcTclTOlr?ertcwisaiig gooo BarteS. If you want to get back to the farm, or to farm on alarger scaie man is possible unaer your present conditions, investiFor mortratad literature with mape and pertJcolara regardfoy rallww ratee. location of land. etc. apply to DeparUMst of Immtgra two. Ottawa. Caaada. or t ' Farm Land at 15 to '30 Anto 4Acre bushelk 20 rfaei I I I snow-covere- be-yo- gate what Waitern Canada has to offer you. Netierj, Roeo 82, tomnliiaSutim BHfr, Canadian Gorernment Agent. W. S. CoU,al WHEN THE HORSES LAUGHED HASTENED WITH GLAD NEWS Possibly the Animals Had Their Own Footman Reasonably Felt He Had Something of Importance to ComOpinion About That Little "Swapping" Episode. municate to Employer. "Hello," says he. "Hello," says L" I never seed tha man afore. "Swap?" says he. "Dunno," says L "Jlebbe, niebbe, I ain't shore." "The bay," says he. "The gray," says L "Swap?" says he, and both unhitched. "Fine boss," says he. "Of course." says L And In a moment we had switched. "Glddnp," says he. "GIddap." says I. And both them horses stood stock still. "He's balked?" says L "Gosh, yes," says he. "Mine, too," says I, and laughed to kill. "Good day," says he. "Good day," says L "Rest Joke, b'gosh, I ever see." Miss MacSwlney, the sister of the late lord mayor of Cork, relaxed enough at a dinner in New York to tell a story about the Irish earl of Dunraven. "The earl of Dunraven," she said, "has a magnificent country seat. Dunraven castle, and Lord Lyons once sent him there a gift of a pair of emus. "These emus were named after their giver, and, as they were rare birds, a great desire prevailed at Dunraven castle that they 6houId propagate. This desire ran from the earl on down to the very stable boys. "One day the carl was giving a stately luncheon when a footman rushed in, wild with excitement. 'Your lordship oh. your lordship,' he panted, 'Lord Lyon has laid an s he-fo- re A Feeling of Security egg.'" nino-tenth- dark-haire- d clean-shaven?- " What More Did He Want? Achillea was sulking In his tent. "Why don't yon build a house?" we demanded. together: Why get 1 t. The Division. They are nlways linked Knlcker "Into what classes Is the population divided?" Rocker "Ofllce-bolde- Sadder and wiser man. nnd office scolders." wisdom? rs PeTuined the Corne-rjftie t. he was lost, hut he turned man in the fog thought there was with dis- the corner his own home! Ho many, troubled empty-hande- empty-minde- turbed nerves and digestion due to coffee drinking, help has seemed along way off; but they found in Catarrh Postum Cereal ac the corner grocery a delicious, satisfying table Idealizing: Vices "flue-edge- d health and comfort. city-mad- "eres a. Reason Made "by Ro-ma- co-e- Postum Cereal Company, Inc. Battle Creek, Mich. 1 box-olllc- e f 1 1 l. .r a. i . - " - .S - .: . i -- . 5. - '.V. vaafc.