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Owingsville outlook: May 5, 1921 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1921 owi1921050501_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: May 5, 1921 Owingsville outlook T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK VOLUME XLII Tho Rowan week returned imt SHI OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1921. NUMBER 42. - grand jury last indictments. PERSONAL. CR00KS-HADDE- N Headtpiarters for coffees ami tons 15. ( IIYKOX. John - Vice and wife and Misses May Shrout and Ruth Richards were in Lexington Saturday. of Grain Forks. North Dakota, is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Brother. .1. B. (loodpastor went to Louis-villto see his wife, who was taken ill while visiting relatives there. Miss Rose Jones, of Winchester, was tho guest of her sister Mrs. Flovd Ros. Saturday and Sundav. Mrs. Sallio Brother, of Mt. Ster. ling, spent last week at the bedside f her brother George Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. J: B. Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Goudpaster at tended the Lexington races Friday. .las. Turley, wife and daughter Mr. Walter Hancock have returned from their winter stay ut Daytoniu. Florida. Jack Gatewood, wife and daugh ter, of Mt. Slerling. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ewing. of near town, Sunday .Miss Alice .Slinson, A tho urcatosl 7 tfooi Cultiiackcr. fnnn tool tiiai'i at s(i (..")(. i: - & a. t. nykox's. i- e I liavo just received a supply of KKKSK WKI.l.S. I- l'ratfs Poultry Fol. Fir Fleischiiians Yoast fornia cnnni'd goods, see or Cali- It. C. HYKOX. 3 section laud rollers at Oct ono now at K. - & A. T. HYHOX'S. llnrrx Crooks, late of this town, ami Miss Margaret Iladdcu, of Mt. married at tho rosi- Si, ring, i":i.-i the olliciatiug minister, I J Spencer m I.eii tton, at noon Thursday, April 2S. Harry Crooks is a sou of Hubert Crooks, deceased, and bad been until a few days before his marriage 4 business man of Oivingsville. He is a young man of exemplary personal ami business habits. The Outook with his host of other friends here The extends congratulations. in a notice of 1 -v. Sentinel-Democrat says: $:t2..r)(l. In Letcher rounty tin '2W) lat grand foi indictments jury retiinred violation f the prohibition law. lit-- t my prioo on groceries before H. C. UYKOX. - lmyiii'r. NOTICE Cash must accompany copy for candidates announcements. a. . Power will repair your watoh olock, praphophone and spectacle .rfjeaper than elsewhere. Route No. 1. J.-A- -- Born, to John I). Mauley and wife, t Mbndav nidit. n girl heirjwelfth child. In the Nicholas rounty Circuit Couri. which is now in session, there are 53 orimiual cases on the docket. . r Sup't. Bath County Schools'. CIRCUIT COURT NOTES. The May term ol Circuit Court K All of the teachers of the City gun Minday, Judge II. It. Prowitt Hope Bleached Cotton for SaturBrutus Kat.li, of Keystone, WcstN Gingham in h iresiding and W. C. Hamilton mill Schools except Miss Eli.ahcth Mi Best day 15c. irginin, came last week to spend a who was not an applicant, representing the W. Doggett plaids ISc. iVir dav. with his mother Mrs. Laura were for the next term of & CO. Monday morning the C- -t S State. Kush. B'utus says business is dullstruetcil the grand jury and ad s liixd at a recent meeting of the John Darnell, aped 83 years, of er in his region than it has beep I'urned court to Tuesday morning. school board. Miss Alia Chandler ince 11I07. With a hundred coal Wyoming, suffered a second stroke i'he court convened ut the usual was elected to Miss McGowan's paralysis Friday and at last re- mining operations in his countv ven hour Tuesday monring and the case place as teacher of the High Scho '. of J.'- cnl is being mined as the op- port was in a serious conditio. against Tavlor Young indicted for urtors can find but little sale for TEST TYPE. hooting Matilda Gossctt, both col fry m af t,'rtf '""''? " " SIIF.EIIAN & PERKINS, Painters their product. But wages are still ored, was tried, the jury finding him m rmtl wt fmpv WMrwt Ike p rr -J-TESj ii, i ni i !'.u'.iirprs gelti'ur v: end I'aperiiangers. Interior and Ex'K. from $12 to guilty and giving him three years in ,00 r. day ami miners terior ilccorutors. We take orders Philip Fleming the penitentiary. $14 n day. r, of several lines. for was tined $50 and costs on an in- SEE J. R. DAX Mr. and Mrs. Glenn "E. Perry fcnT lictmcut charging him with drawing Optometrist. It is reported that "wildfire is be- tertained Friday , evening in honor; i deadly weapon on T J. Fair. ; ginning to show in some of the to. of Miss Elizabeth Br ther's guest Abe Frederick now serving a jail 1 aeco plant beds. Especially is this Miss Alice Stinson, of Grand Forks,- sentence for chicken stealing, was 27-ineLACY-COON- Saturday afternoon Mrs. R. E. 'atlett entertained ith a card party in honor of Miss Elizabeth Brother's guest Miss Alice Stinson. Carroll Estill Byron, who has been working for the Owiugsville Banking Company, lett May 1st to accept a position on the Lexington Herald. I.ane. who was an over sea s soldier with a good record in the Word War, has been granted ompeiisation at the rate of $100 a month and hack pay from Juno 1!I20. Mr. Lane who is in very poir health had been getting but $8 a 'mouth. "The bride is the popular and daughter of Mrs. Mary l. Haildeu and her lovely disposition ready wit and charming manner has won her the admiration of countless friends. Mr. Crooks is a son of the late H. B Crooks and is a world war veteran, having spent more than a year in Franco ami Germany. A TEACHERS' EXAMINATION splendid, upright, honorable gentleExamination for elementary cer man, ho has tin' respect and confidence of all who know him. Follow- tificates of the first and second ing a short bridal trip the happy grades will be held at City School couple will take an apartment in the liiiilding, Owiugsville, Ky., on Friday fid Saturday, May 20th and Hi-- h A. B. KatlifT home, on West 2Kt, beginning promptly at 8:30 a. Having known these oung people ni., Friday. Examination foe $2.00. Persons expecting to qualify for linci t'lev were children it gives the - the teaching profession this year writer iwticnie pleasure in joininthis examination. Teach-r- s lgriitulntion .'maid friends in extending for the rural schools will be and best wishes." for-thterm as soon as the Mr. and Mrs Crooks will go to elected housekeeping in Mi. Sterling on their results of the May examination an; kni'Wii. return from a short wedding trip. st-o- et. THE UNBEATEN BEATEN The Koumlers won the game of ball Sunday from the Morchead (cam Morchead but by a small margin. took the lead on tho start, making three mils in the lirst and second in nings, though mostly due to errors. I'hey maintained this lead up to the Inst half of the eighth. It was then the Koumlers rallied and made four scores, shutting Morchead out in the tirst half of the ninth, winning the game was tho best and most Jiotly contested perhaps of any game play ey on the Owiugsville grounds for years. These teams will moot again on the Morchead grounds May 22. The li'oumlers play Sharpsburg Sat unlay and Sait I.iik Sunday, bo In games on Owiugsville grounds. The Koumlers lost to the Fler.i ingshurg team Saturday on the hitter's grounds by a score of (i to 5. The same teams will play here Saturday, May 14. Where One Gallon ?2SSW Eouals Two A docs tell! Measured by covering ca length of wear, one gallon of Hanna s Paint proves itself equal to two gallons "cheap" paint. And there's a reason: viz., no paint can be better than the ingredients that go into it. IIANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT r contains only highest grade ingredients, universally recognized as necessary in making good paint. If a paint is sold at a ridiculously low price itsimply means that it is lacking in these necessary ingredients and contains cheap adulterants. The exact formula is printed on every package of Green Seal. Sold by so-call- f A'r. jr::m T1 Quality pacity and Green Seal of better roof coating made of preservative oils, asphalt and real asbestos rock fibre. It peneroofs, resaturates the old felts, fills all trates old dried-ou- t pores and softens dry scales. THIS is a The asbestos fibre cannot rot, burn or evaporate, acts like hair in plaster. It Fibre Coating is equally effective on old wood, metal, or composition roofs. Apply it with a brush, just as it comes from the can or barrel. Adds years of life to any roof at very small cost. SPECIAL SALE EVERY SATURDAY-WATWINDOW DISPLAY , CH OUR JOHN T. KIMBROUGH & SON, Owingsviile, Ky. E. L. & A. T. BYRON THE WINCHESTER STORE ANNOUNCEMENT. K. W. KIXCAID, 7!IJl,.l, ItM y erf to announce that I have enBUSItered the UNDERTAKING NESS in Owiugsville and Bath County. 1 have an entirely new stock of Undertaking Supplies and Equipment throughout. I hold State Embalmer's and license ami have been doing Embalming and Undertaking for many years. Having spent most of my life in this work.'I feel that I can give you the very best service. Can furnish either horse-draw- n or motor hearse. Aours very sincerely, ED. L. BARNES, New i Buiiiifn; . tket. I wish J. R. Brother & Co of Owingsviile, say: A De s Cream Separator Laval will last a lifetime Cnn Srpaxxta, Tuw bcea in rrtfcnrtm Krnce toe twenty, 4wcft7&Tc tad ctcd tfcuty jeanu la Uct. wc Dertr has cf Ds Lira's vrrv'- v jVJ ANY DE LAVAL i ' Cft. r ' er ouSjrowr iiv": 3 ' ivser captor u due ! sier . wall-pape- l&b&tj V torntracioa,kw bawl speed. o e ! - nt'ia the hlucgras counties. We are showing this week a nicv low pump in Patent leather and Kid for .$3.00, Ladies' and Misses' sizes. & CO. S LACY-COON- Get our prices on coal, lumber, lime and cement before buying. Right prices and prompt delivery. THE WALTER. YOUNG COAL CO ll North Dakota. Those present were Misses Alice Stinson, Louise MeAl-iste- r, Angie Young Jackson, Grace Crooks, Louise Laev, Micha Martin. Elizabeth Brother, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Patterson, Mrs. E. V. Brother, Messrs. James Richards, Clark Lane, Harvev Crooks, Carroll Estill Byron,, Palmer Gudgell and Alex grounds LOST: On the base-baW. W Nixon for Jailer. watch. The Sunday an Elgin Will W. Nixon, of Preston, is nn- finder will be rewarded by- - return- uuiinced as a candidate for the Deming the watch to the Ontloolr office. ocratic uoniinatiou for Jailer of PERRY G00DPASTER B:ith countv in this issue of the Out Ladies" Browa and Black Kid jk. Mr. Xix m is well hero. Perry Goodpaster died at his home Slippers, new stock and Hi lived with and assisted his father about three miles north of town styles $3.50. while he was jailer and will he re- Momlav mornini:. after an illness l LACY-COON- tried on charge of breaking into Harney's barn and sentenced to two years in the penitentiary. Hiram Bal lard, also serving jail sentence for hicken stealing, is now on trial for eing implicated with Frederick in breaking into the barn. Win. Jones, Cecil Ferguson, Ismail Isom and Raymond Chambers, accused of rob bing a Frenchman and throwing him off a C. & O. train, are to be tried Thursday. The case of E. C. Kim- rell for the killing of Ed Bailey was set for Wednesday. ALL RUGS IN PRICE For Mill! IV tad careful worimantJvp. Ererj bearing mrbce ci the rntchioe u oiled bom ooc cA cop. Tla insures correct luotiritinn. latent wear on puts, tad help to male the De LtTtl eaaet to Bsa. Becaoie of ill greate durafaErr. tic Db Lira otjse IcuC expesarre cream Kptrator toows Walt tlUIr l T Im 0 Lm1 ImU m Imt mate' REDUCED . membered as the only Jailer of Bath f some days of pneumonia eoinpli-- . ouuty who withstood a large mob ated with kidney trouble. He was "I can furnish you any amount of and saved a prisoner from being i son of Chas. Goodpaster, deceased pure Aster Honey, Granulated or f this place. He was .a lifelong landed and should he be clei ted t Candied, at 25 cents per pound. Cans ;s safe to snv the ollice would be in member of the Christian Church and furnished free. He thinks the part of e nisi icntiously lived up to his ideal safe luv.id.-E. M. FERGUSON, he ciuiity he Juris from is entitled f a Christian citizen add died in the Ford Garage or Phone CI. o some consideration. He was full hope of all that his church aches. He had ni.iny friends and cared in this tiwn where be hns All persons having claims against tnemit,. He exemplified in his itimeroiis friends who would be glnd the estate of Sanford Dorrell, of '.lily life the Christian character as him succeed. color, will present same (properly to sec is nearly as any one could. He is proven at once. FROM THE ASHES survived by his wife, who was a J. R. PETERS, Admr., At the old stand, with fresh sto:'- Miss Butcher before her marriage, Bethel, Ky. Mrs. Pierce Good of groceries, at the nevy low prices. a id paster, of this place, and one uncle I am in position to give you the best FOR COUNTY JUDGE S . step-mothe- r, & CO. The manufacturers of Rugs and Carpets have just announced reduced prices of about 25 per cent, from the reduced prices quoted last December and we have immediately reduced our retail prices to correspond. We believe the lowest prices on Rugs have been reached for many months to come for it is generally known that if the new Tariff Bill, which places a tax on carpet wools, is passed as many manufacturers believe it will price of Rugs and Carpets' will be increased, Therefore we recommend you to buy now while the prices are at the bottom and while our selection is at its best. SHllOUT, riPEU & SHKOUT. be--t- he SIIEP:HAX & PERKINS, l . Owingsviile, De Lav s ps Sooner or later you will buy a saves TIRE to announce Thrashley W. Markland as a eandi date for County Judge subject to the action of the Repuhican party at its primary election to be held August 8th,. 1921. We are authorized I1 Goodpaster, of Iowa, and for the least money and with this many l'irenils, who are grieved to lew stock of groceries, new equip ment, new prices, goes the eld relia learn of his death. The burial was e Wednesday ble quality and service, to which add at Owiix.-svillfuneral services t rr 'l Fountain, being in the modprn S:-dconducted by Rev. K. E. the Mailed. I am sure to please. Call . f Salt Lick. s t. ar.d look us over. ce-eta REDUCTIONS Goodrich Silvertown cord tire, Goodrich fabric tire and Goodrich inner tube all 20 per cent. off. A. N. DENTON & SON WALLACE THOMAS ' FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce Nathan Sorrell, Jr., of Bethel pre inet, as a candidate for the nomi nation for Jailer of 'Bath county subject to the action of the Demo eratic party at the primary election August G, 1921. -- FOR JAILER. We are authorized to W. W. Nixon,, of Preston, announce as a can with the State releriitioi of Wodidate foi1 Jailer of Bath county Good Buqqy Harness subject to the action of the Demo Three inch solid leather saddle, man's Cluhs. The Woman's Cluh, which 'li-.- l eratic party at the primary election 'wo inch heavv breechint:. double up Mich excellent work in clciniui; August 6th, 1921. 'lip straps, one inch hold backs, bri he streets of the I own will have to inch h le with one and FOR MAGISTRATE. vercheck. 3 inch "V" shape breast J umlon their contemplated piograiil this year us tor .i.t ollar. one and three-eiirh- 's We are authorized to announce R rope neck halter I hey say the Mayor ami the CounMyers, of Preston, as a candi trnee. and lariat wil'i l.em in cil refuse to date for Magistrate jn the 5th Dis 'or $25 at gold was found 'sis d vrz. & A. T. BYROX'S. E. L. trict of Bath county, subject to th They were nil. party at it at n f the Democratic hounds. OUTLOOK $1.50 PER YEAR. OUTLOOK S!.50 PER YEAR primary to be held August CJj, 1921 one-fourt"cleaii-up-weemuch-iieedc- WOMAN'S CLUB NOTES. Tin- - Woman's Chili met at the Beginning May 2nd wc will sell lor h iinu of Mr.-.-. II.'C. Oudjrell .Momlav ash only as our "ills are due eveiv r.l'ternoon ami alter the regular lro- ' con v K'er pres.-:rty days to the fuml ;.am they lonatel litions we will have to ask our kind f.r the jnirehase of I'cr.eral 1IU1 friends to please come and settle all C. Foster wrote We appreciate ynr Home where Steiihen dd accounts. "My Ohl Kentucky Home," ami ." iat nage and thank you very kind to hell) ilestitute rhildren of ruril v f ,r, your past favors. schools .f Hath county. JOXES & JONES. The Cluh wilV hereafter he atH'irtt-c- l a--l t-3 - R: C. BYRON Common School Examination. Wallace Thomas, aged 2(i years, home died Saturday mornitifr at his Kxamiuatiou for Common School Diploma will he held at the City School Biiililiiif:, Owingsviile, Ky., on Friday and Saturday, May 13 and of this place of acute yellow atrophy. 14. promptlv Kxamiuatiou hegii'.-of liver. Deceased was a son or , ... .m i. m. i.v- r,m im Lawrence Thomas and wife, of near 1 e who have taken examination licfire without pa.- - ing same, will be Olympia, and is Mirvhed l.y hi-- . wir and two small children. Mr. Thomas admitted without the ex:iiiir.at-- i was a. mcmlicr of the Mormon fee. It. W. KIXCAID, Church and the funeral was conSup't. Bath County Schools. denominaducted by elders of that tion. Tlii! burial was ut the Old Hi y' Sexton, the young man asFields graveyard. He was an industrious voung man and a good citizen. saulted and dangerously wounded by negroes at Salt Lick a week ago III v.'! Monday night, is said to be iuipro.-i.-.- g secured $11:1,0 The robbers hospital to at the Lexington Third Xutionnl Hank at from t' whi'h he was taken. Four or live Aubur . .7y., in cash a ' I mid- been captured. About f3,000 in tie; re s suspected of the i rime have on Mill Creek, ahout four miles south ;., ! Two million Hoosier owners do their kitelicn work "at ease." There must be a reason why these two million women prefer the Hoosier. Marked preference like this can never be the result of an accident. It means real supremacy. And Hoosier owners will tell you that Hoosier is the Kitchen Cabinet supreme. These womenprefer the Hoosier because it is the one device to simplify kitchen work. Hoosier litterally saves the owner miles or steps each day. , you perform your Seated before Hoosier's bijr, uncluttered most tedious kitchen duties with ease. Eevery needed tool and utensil, spice and ingredient is right at your fingers' ends. The article you want seems to ccme naturally to your hand, exactly when you need it. work-table- Every woman who really desires to make her housework lighter owes it to herself to investigate the Hoosier. Prices of Hoosiesr Porcelain Tables and Hoosier C " 'nets -- 40.00 to S55.0O. SHROUT, PIPER & SHROUT u the rob'iers by . i i . i rested and ta before Sex- -- own b' od ton, but he was positive in sa.. ng that none of them were his assail- - OWINGSVILLE I OUTLOOK. NEW OWINGSVILLE. KY. YORKERS TOO CARE 5 CHILDREN lor's Sickness Ended E. Pinkham's ble Compound e ass. "I suffered NEWS CULL1NGS From Kentucky 1'ranKfort.- nitles-ile-nitn- Afford, Charles old. :iu:il.cnt'il bis brother, de'cplng by lils sine, and linn In pi into (lie hatiiromn :iii1 Iiim a drink of water. WhiT Hip riMiirnoi; in lln room. In- - found WInrhr-ster- . 25 jcars ALLEGED COMPETITION UNFAIR CHARGED CHII.LY mriovzo tnnroiM itierhationav get hid Ills Wyoming Man Astonished to Find He Couldn't Make Friends With Men He Met in Hotel. SJiwsoiooL (11 IiimiIii r iiiii'iniM'iiiiis. the at Mi- :i ihinu as of having swnlloucd poison. i monthly periods it was almost impossible to keep around at my work, bince my last baby came two years ago my back has been worse and no position I could get in would relieve it, and doc- Itor s medicine did Inotholnmc. Africnd recommended Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I have found great relief since using it. My back is much better and I can sleep well. I keep houso and have the care of five children so my work is very trying and I am very thankful 1 have found the Compound surh a help. I recommend it to my friends and if you wish to use this letter I am very clad to help any woman suffering as I was until I used Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound." Mrs. Maude . Taylor, 5 St James Place, Roxbury, Mass. Backache is one of the most common symptoms of a displacement or derange-mentthe female system. No woman should make the mistake of trying to overcome it by heroic endurance, but profit by Mrs.Taylors experience and try LydiaE. Pinkham's VcgetableCompound Co,. Morrou appointed and was often de Joseph A ("nssidny, of IVllewn, and V. K. Shiignrs. of Liberty, spondent, naa dizzy on his start" with the nink of spells and at my contin-,tkach- OweiiMxiro- .I I Influenza and Consumption. Dr. Charles H. JIarcy of Pittsburgh, Mateil before the meillcal society of Pennsylvania, thnt he had studied SSI cases of tuberculosis, the onset of whose symptoms whs refened to nn attack of Intlueuza. The number of patients known to hnve had tuberculosis prior to the ou-of Influenza was comparatively small. In the majority of these ea-the Influenza had reactivated old quiescent lesions. In Si3 per cent of the series studied the onset of tuberculosis dated from the Influenza. et os 9 PALMER'S LOTION A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY FOR BURNS. DITES. CUTS. J Vf Fr7PU A A vr. ITCHING SKIN AND SCALP TROUBLES ALL DRUGGISTS. CIUUUNTIIO IT YORK SOLON PALMER NIW I'ailtieah- .- Philip Thompson, clerk of MiCnti'hcn county, n jSUi.HH'an accused of embezzling public funds as The ltoanl of ' clerk, will luiiinreil Hint the lowest bid reieiied .1 Jury trustee anil .is was SiiiiHHI. They voted to take no nut go to trial at tins term of conrL Ills .! was ciiiitiiiucil until Septemj actum at piesenL t ber when called upon tilin; of an ilcdaring him to be ill at Marl-anHariird. - Klhaniinii flrigsby, ago S, Ark., and unable to tniM'l. Thompson of Luke Crigohy, fonner postmaster at Ilarjinl, was seriously injupil son resigned following an examination 'when he was burled under five feet of his Iiooks by the state, inspector ol sand in a crevieo on the river bank, and examiner. It was learned. The boy was dug out Paducah. Plans hate boon nppnnod Infter twenty minutes by passing nelodges of Paducah for groes who aw the hank eave. Ho Is by the Physicians say extensive inipnncnients In their lodge In a local hospital. home at Fifth and Kentucky aicutio he may rccotcr. ?pooiliiMtions covering tho construcPaducah. Two-dasessions of the tion of the building have boon adopted Woman's Missionary Society of the and uu early beginning of work is anPrinceton Presbytery will be held In ticipated. The building will bo crert-e- d aidirding to a plan of units. The Princeton at the Kentucky Avenue Presbyterian Church, according to nr-- i construction cost of the first unit will .s'LotKi. The exterior of tho buildranircmcnts which are being made. be Thirty or more delegates, representing ing will be finished in terra colta. sixteen churches in the presbytery, are Frankfort. An examination of the for the conference. A pro- county ollii es of Perry county niadu gram of Interest has been arranged. by Stato Inspector and Fxamiucr Hen15. P. Combs, Owensbnro. I'ire destroyed a resi- ry II .lames showed that dence in P.uena Vista, owned by W. S. county clerk, was indebted to the state in the sum of ."i.TiSt-V- J, which amount Hazel and occupied by C. W. Kimber-lalwas collected by .Inmc3 and turned inIs estimated at between The loss to the state treasury. The collection:! ST.OKi and i?S,X). There was no on the house, but Mr. Kitnbcr-lai- n were on mortgage recording tax, mohad his furniture Insured. A chest tor IheiiM' fund, tax on deeds collections on dcliii'piciit laud sales, and of silver in the attic was burned to- Game and Fish Commission licenses. gether with one or two valuable rugs. The lire started from a defective Hue. SaloonRoepers forced Frankfort. out of business by wartime prohibition ' were Paducah. Three buildings are not entitled to recover the unearnwrecked by a lire which threatened an ed according tholr entire block on South Third street, and to aportion of handed license by Circuit down half a block on Kentucky avenue. The Judgedecision K. I,. Stout In the case of Hugh Ions is estimated at between S'o.OOO Odiiut, n fonner saloonkeeper of and $10O.0tXl. Heavy losses were sufagainst State Auditor J. J. Cnlg. fered by the Paducah Iron Company, Oduni sued for himself and other Company and the the Paducah Leather to roeoxer (rand leader, a clothing and dry iwrtlon of their licenso the unearned will The goods store, operated by lien Lnokof- be appealed to the Court of Appeals. Iskx. Kilui-.iiio-nltt-tlii' ' Ma-on- le y j eMH-cle- srliiiol east of Oonboro may not lie built tins on niveuuit of the high price of building materials. It was 'expelled that the Imililin would cost The new runsnUiI.iteil Paihiciih properly r.iluei! was at risk from tires aiciiriling to tin- uuinllily report of Kire Chief .lark Slaughter, lijed Willi the ciiimnKsiiiiicr of safely. The report Is one nf the bcM of 'lie jrar, sliuwliig a luf of oi.ly $iV'.i;i..7-during the :iiuiith. Forty aim ins were answered hy the department during the mouth. IVuliicah. S'JV.t. IiV) J i, .ir Renew your health by purifying your system with A Jury In tho Daviess Ouensboro. Circuit Court, four of Uio members being women, returned a judgment for K"..l!l5 in favor of tho Louisville, Henderson & St. Iouis KaIlro.nl Company In the action against the Owensboro City Kallmad Company, the controversy being over the maintenance of railroad and street car crossings. Tho jury had little trouble In arriving at a verdict. Judge Slack giving peremptory instructions to find for tho plain- tiff. Lexington. Various methods of improving the status of teachers next year were recomineinld by a sjiecial committee of teachers at the regular meeting of the Guild of Louisville Teachers, held at the Louisville Free Public Library. Tho recoramenda- H -tlons covered five distinct lines ns fol lows: Improved economic conditions Potts, known ns "Daddy" Kelts, committed suicide by drowning himself In Klkhnrn Creek. The body, with a heavy stone tied to the chest with a chitliesllui-- . was found In three feet of water back of the brickyard in the north end of the city. No cause was given, although It was known he had been depressed Iatelj. Mr. Petts, who was (55 yc;ws old, formerly was a leading merchant of Georgetown mid one of its men. IS. beit-know- n Georgetown. John "They're n queer lot," said the man from Wyoming. "I've boon living hero In the same house with thorn for a month, nnd darned If I know nuy of COMMISSION. them jci. Guess never will," nnd he went on to explain how It was. "I run n mine out in Wyoming for some New Complaints By Various Users of Steel York people. l!oe-i- i coming once Products and Others Against the Al- or twice a year for a long time, but leged Usa of the Devise Known as us 1 only stajed u few days, always put up nt hotel. "Tho Pittsburg Plus Price." "This time I hud to stay n couple of months, tin someone told me ubotit n Westrrn Nfwiipiiter t'nlon News Service. bachelor home, nut! us It sounded pretcomplaint Washington. A formal ty gooil I took It on. Have to give n ag.ilnst the I'nlteil States Stool Cor- lot of references and nil that kind of poration and 11 Minslillarj companies thing you'd a thought that was tryalleging unfair competition in intering to borrow u million dollars. got a room there "After n while state commerce, was issued by the Thus tin nnd started nut to make friends. About Policial Tnide ( 'iiiiiiuisMoii. one hundred men live at this place. . commission tlnalh lias decided Hint little rooms like colls In a monastery, it has Millicictit jurisdiction to take up nil right to sloop In nnd dross In If you complaint- - by xari-ou- s haven't got many the clothes. Nice house, and others though, with a lounge, gymnasium, sun users of steel products corporagainst the alleged use lij the parlor mid a restaurant. The restauation of the device know ii as "the rant was tho place where 1 thought Pittsburg plus price." that I could make some frlcii'U l'.ut It was announced, However, that miry n friend. tlie commission had divided three to "When they cvitp.e In they look for n two. Chairman Thompson and ComTHcnnt table. Seem to like to eat alone. and Nugent voting There arc about thirty tables in this missioners Pollard for issuance of the complaint, and place, nnd pretty soon there nre thirty Coniinlssioffors (iasMII and Murdock men, each by himself nt u table. Neardissenting. ly everyone has n paper which he The corporation ::ml lis subsidiaries rcniU or protends to read. If one conies are gien SO days, or until May :il, to In la'e and all the tables have somemake formal imiswoi- to the complaint, body sitting ut them, then he has got after which the e.iso will proceed to to sit down with another guy, nnd he complaint was acts like he Is sorry he has to do It. trial on Its merits. The t issued miller the Clayton He sits down, looks pt the celling, or act and the law establishing the at the wall Just beyonu the other man's anam! tho commission's shoulder, looks everywhere but at the nouncement said the case was "an outother man. If his feet happen to growth of conditions complained of touch the other's under the table he by more than 2.700 manufacturers of begs pardon. They are mighty polite. stool in tho Chicago, Diilutli and Once I thought one was going to bog districts, by legislatures of my pardon because ho accidentally thriv Mates, by set. oral municipalities looked nt me. "Wo don't do thnt way out In and by Chambers of Commerce and many business organizations throughIf I go Into a large restaurant out the Cnltoil States. nnd there Is only one man nt n table The "Pittsburg plus price" is do- I go over nnd sit down with him so se riliod at length in the commission's we can talk nnd got acquainted. Wo announcement, which sajs that under nre soclnble folks out there and everyIt "all steel, except rails, wherevni body wants to know everybody else made and whether made in the I'uitcd Way we figure It, life Is pretty short States Stool Corixiration plants, or by and a man needs nil the friends he independents, is sold at the f. o. b. can get." New York Sun. Pittsburg price, plus an amount equivalent to the freight to point of destiHe Returned the Compliment. ion savs it nation," and as an Little Jack went over to see the Gary steel that this "mi'ans that the friend of his mother's one afternoon fahrii-.itwho runs his own truck to while mother was at the club. Tho the Gary (Ind.) stecl mill and friend tried to be entertaining. She steel manufactured at that fed him, she read to him nnd finally plant must pay the price charged in began to him very Pittsburg, plus an amount equaling tho In tho way shetalk lo to nn older much perwould freight rate from Pittsburg to Gary." son. "Oh, I have n trade last for The- - complaint is not limited, howyou," she said. "My husband says ever, to Uie alleged use of this you're such a fine little fellow; so It charges specillciilly that the much nicer than you used to be." steel corporation "owns and controls Jnck smiled sweetly over the comthe ultimate iron ore supply in tho pliment. he decided to gfve Fulled State's," and that because of himself. Then mnxmu says you one "My look its power and influence through the older every day," he Informed her a large percentage sterol manuIN INTERSTATE COMMERCE WAS ISSUED BY FEDERAL TRADF 1 he-r- e 11 1 1 anti-trusliirni-iughaig. itlu-lr.or pur-eiiase. Tchcr lllble REV. Lesson V (. at Kntllnh Illble In th Mood? nilltulr of I'hlrim) IHl, Western Newspaper Union.) II KlTZWATElt. D D- - Accepted Wall Tint Ni Taclagt Genuint Vfhe Nationally LESSON FOR REST AND MAY 8 ). WORSHIP (RECREA-TION- TtCit LESSON TBXT-- Uv Deut. 3 1:15-1.Mark 6.31, 31 TKXT-T- lir GOI.DKN streets of the city hall be full of boys anil Klrta. playing In the street.i thereof Zeeii. S.5. KKKKKKNVK MATKUI A Ij Ex. 33:14; Lev. 13 3. Neh. 8.9-IIteli. 4.. PULMAHV TOPIC The Happiest Day ot the Week. JUNIOIt TOPIC Holy ami Happy Day. LVTKU.MKIMATK AND SKNIOlt TOPIC fiano Uecreatlon. YOUNG PKOPLK AND ADULT TOPIC The I'se and Guidance of Uecreatlon. Ifithut Crtn anJ Circli PrinttJ in RtJ Alabashnt Rnulu Yiu MiutAsiftr Ala&aittnt tj Ifami Homes, Wll Surfaces for AlabastineSchools, Churchesto end all Interior wallboard, plastered walls, can be applied Beautiful Sanitary Durable Economical The title "Ke.st and as chosen by the committee. Is hardly true to the content of the Scripture passages. It should be "ltest and Worship." 1. The Feast of Tabernacles (Lev. 33:39-43)- over painted walls that have become soiled, or even over soiled wallpaper solid on the wall and not printed in aniline colors. - Alabwtine 5s a dry powder, ready to mix with pure, cold water, full directions . on each package. Alabastine i packed in white and beautiful tinM. These, by combining and intermixing, enable you to carry out indiridual color plant in matching rugs and draperies. Alabastine is used in the finest residences and public buildings, but priced within the teach of all. This was the final feast of the series which In typo covered the great facts of redemption. 1. Time of (v. 3D). It was on the fifteenth day of the seventh month and lasted seven days. This time would ubout correspond to the close of our September unit the beginning of October. It was-- after the harvest had been gathered. 2. Method of keeping (vv. 40. 42) They were to take the boughs- - of good- ly trees, branches of palm trees, nnd the boughs of thick trees, and willows of the brook, nnd construct booths. These booths were placed on the lint tops of houses, on the streets and open places of the city, and even In the Holds. In those the people dwelt for the whole week. 3. The significance of It (v. 43). (1) A memorial of Israel's dwelling in booths In the wilderness (vv. 42, 43). It reminded them of (Joel's cure of them during their Journey through the wilderness. (2) A "harvest-homthanksgiving' (v. 30). "When ye have gathered the fruits of the land." (3) It foreshadowed the final gathering ot God's redeemed ones from all nations (Zech. 14:1(5. 17). II. The Sabbath Day (Deut. 5:12-15e ). You will readily appreciate the economy of Alabastine orer paint or paper, and its results will be most gratifying. New walls demand Alabastine, old walls affridau Alabastine. I MIX IN ONC MINUTE WITH CO wall- IP WATCH I I If your local dealer cannot or will cot supply you, take no substitute but write for Alabastine designs and we will give you name of nearby dealer. Ithcokiytooi 1652 Grandvllle Ave.. Grand Rapids. Mich. I. Alabastine Company From Factory Direct to Smoker Buy Your Cigars Direct From the Maker and Save the Wholesaler's and Retailer's Profits ia a strictly The hand made, carefully seEl-L- f. ed Sumatra wrapper Cigar of the finest quality. T he is as good as many 15c moke on the market. We cell elirect to the jmcker in lots of El-L- lected long tiller, import- Send us $1.00 and we will mail you at once a sample box of 10 of our El-Lcigars. Smoke SPECIAL OFFER 100 25 50 at at at 8c each Dc each 10c each Tared Tost prepaid them and note the wonderful aroma. See how good they are. Then order any quantity you want and save the difference between the price you pay us and what you would hare to pay tha cigar man. THE LEE-L- CIGAR CO., 4 S. Howard SL, Baltimore, Md. Paducah. Death conquered in the two weeks' battle which Harold Wallace Sherrard, '24, construcion workman, valiantly fought following Injuries suffered when a train of coal cars crushed him against a brick .v". "CoVflTStyv. at tho, plant of the Paducah Electric Quick and delightful relief for bilioutne, cold, corutipation, headache, and stomach, liver and blood troubles. The genuine are sold only in 35c packages. Avoid imitations. for tho teachers; the part of teacher In teachers' pensions; tenure of office, and the sabbatical j ear. school administration; jjlitirmrd 'came to Paducah several weeks ag with a construction force from the North. He suffered a fractured skull. Ills widow and two Fniall children survive. The body will he sent to Elyrla. Ohio, for burial. 'Ashland. A hard road to Greenup from Ashland practically Is assured, according to an announcement made by the Chamber of Commerce. The direct results of the culmination of this plan will be felt here In the im- MAN'S BEST AGE your vital organs healthy with A man is as old as his organs; he can be as vigorous and healthy at 70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in performing their functions. Keep Paducah. An Indictment charsins wilful lmirder'tvas returned asains Van Daniels hy the McCrackcii County prand Jurj-- . Daniels Is accused ot poisoning his father, Joe Daniels, an eldtrly fanner, wlio owned extensive property In the county. The hody of Joe D.inlels was found lloatlns In Clark's river. Autopsy revealed no water on the lunps, nor were any marks of violence found. Discovery of bottles on the pike where Van Daniels claimed his car liroke down en the night he took his faUier Into the country, led to an Investigation of a theory of possible death hy poisoning. Analysis of the stomach hy chemicals showed wood alcohol reaction. Frankfort. Live stock and other similar tangible personal property located on farm lands outside a graded school district, and used In connection therewith, has a taxing situs outside the graded school district and should be listed for taxation In the common school district where it Is actually located. This opinion was given I. It. Itoss, of Carlisle, by Attorney General Dawson In answer to the question from Itoss as to whether people residing In Carlisle, or In a graded school district and have a domicile Uiere, but who own farm land outside the grjded school district, should have their live stock and other personal property located on the farms listed for taxation In the graded school district or In the common school district. Lagrange. binding of Greenup and Iloyd counties Is near at hand. The Industrial future of this territory will be given a decided boost. Of the piobable cot of $200,000. the Slate Itoad Commission will supply iflOO.OOO. The remaining 100,000 will he raised by popular subscription In Greenup County and Ashland. A total of $.1(5,000 already has been pledged, with the campaign In Greenup county just starting. . mediate future for the COLDMEDAL Toe world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric add troubles sine 1696; corrects disorders; stimulates vital organs. All druggists, three sizes. Look for Ui name. Gold Medal m every box and accept no Imitation K Banner Lye use is easy toand con s&felr sacked ao Frankfort. As Kentucky would de rive but small benefit under the Town-sen- d Mil, now pending in Congress, thp State Highway Commission had decided to send Chairman Green Gar-re- it to Washington to assist In working for a federal aid bill. The Town-sen- d hill would apply federal money to a strictly federal highway scheme to he maintained by the government, and It has the backing of the East, the West and South being opposed to the enactment of tho measure. At the meeting of the commission here. Slate Examiner Joe IJoggs said that it waa doubtful If the Pulled States senior highway engineer will approve letting any more contracts outside the projects already under way until gress appropriates more money. Con- venlentlj. or Is ao economical not a tit other lye or aoap cleans and disinfects o eaallr and thoroughly aa Banner Lye. It lye. Odorless and colorless ; la not the r re at est cleanser and disinfectant the world has ever known. Use It (or cleanlnr yonr kitchen, cellar, sinks, dairy. mllkpana and bottle, (or soft e nine water, and tha labor of washlnr and cleanlnr will be cat In half TrftirTRW U and aarea money besides. A can of Uannet tye &H pounds of kitchen rrease. ten minute' easy work (no bolllnr or Urge kettles) and yon hare 10 pounds of best bard aoap soft aoap. rr 20 rallona ofJs sold by your grocer or Banner Lye to xrnrrlsta. Write Lye." us for free booklet Xaea of Banner The renn Chemical Works Philadelphia USA old-sty- No other lr U tt SOAP Frankfort. The condition of wheat two and rye In all the principal farming men badly shaken up when an auto- sections of Kentucky Is unusually mobile In which they were riding turn- good; there are live per cent fewer ed over on the West port pike, two and brood sows In the state than tliera f miles north of here, after hav- were this time last year, and although ing struck another machine and veered the labor supply Is only eight per cent off the road into a rleld. Those Injured below normal, the demand for farm are: Mrs. Frank Conn, Mrs. Lee labor Is 13 per cent below normal, acwho sultered a wrenched cording to the April crop and livestock knee, and Ituth Netherton, daughter of report for Kentucky, Issued lately by Ernest Kethcrton, who was badly cut I the United States Bureau of Crop Es about the arms. Mr. Netherton. who timates In with Statu was aUo riding in the machine, es- Commissioner of Agriculture W. C. caped Injury as also did the driver. Ha una. ld tfrl were injured and Two women and a one-hal- n, Comfort Baby's Skin With Cuticura Soap And Fragrant Talcum Setp 25c, Oiatawat 2S and 50c,TaIcsa 25c Louisville. One man was killed and two others narrowly escaped death when they were drawn Into a slide of coal In a huge bin that feeds the boilers at the Itlverslde Pumping Station of the Louisville Water Company. Twenty-liv- e workmen, who quickly formed a rescue tquad, labored frantically for half an hour before they r, were able to mricate Eugene M. 28, 275 Ilelmont avenue, from beneath tons of coal that covered him. He was dead from suffocation when found. Hon-nakc- Frankfort. Superintendent of Pub-liInstruction George Colvhi has beeu notified that the George Peabody College for Teachers offers two nontransferable scholarMiIps, value $25, for tho summer quarter of 1021. The scholarships In this state will be awarded by Superintendent Colvln without recommendation or suggestion on the part of the college authorities. The scholarships will not be available until notice of their awards Willi the names of the parties reach the college befor June 1. e k'RFIinF 1 W. N. EtfwSatwisia. 18-1- CINCINNATI, NO. Doctor Johnson'a Humanity. Two copies of a rare pamphlet with an Introduction by Doctor Johnson, which shows that the great man was always awake to the calls of humanity, as Boswell put It. hnve come Into the market, observes the Christian Science Monitor. The pamphlets bear the title "The Prisoners of War." and were printed In 1700. Charles Wesley had visited the camp of prisoners of war at Knowle, near Bristol, and nad been horrified at their ragged and miserable condition, and as a result a committee for their relief was formed. One of the pamphlets with Doctor Johnson's noble nnd humane Introduction Is a presentation copy to Laurence Sterne, nnd the other to Sir Thomas Robinson, who was at one time leader of the house of commons. Swedish Love of Flowers. Swedish women of all classes are particularly fond of flowers, nnd In proportion to Its size and population, Stockholm has more flower shops thnr eny other European city. of (Con. 2:2. 3; cf. Ex. According to the etyniology of the word, "Sabbath" means to desist (!od rested from exertion repose. when the work of creation was done. On the basis of tills, find has established the law of labor and rest. It Is not only n memorial of creation, but (Dent. 5:15). The of redemption Jews were to keep the Sabbath In memory of the deliverance from Egyptian bondage. of the 2. Obligation of (w. (1) facturing business done by it and sup- minute later. Kept ns a sacred institution (v. 12), ported by it. Its consequent potential God sanctified It (Con. 2:3). "SanctiBe Careful. power to embarrass or destroy its comA postoflice Inspector from Texas fy" means to consecrate, dedicate, petitors by unduly lowering its price schedules Is "tantamount to the nam- was In Indianapolis recently and he therefore holy. It means set apart to God's service; therefore keeping the ing by the steel corporation of prioM toid this story of Texas wit. In the lobby of a Galveston theater Sabbnth meant more thnn cessation that are to be eharged by '",1 jh steel from labor It meant to cease from lamanufacturers United States." was posted a sign rending: '''Please do not smoke. Remember bor In order to occupy one's self with The-- charge also is made that the God. Its supreme signification and obliSteel Corporation, for at least seven tpe Iroquois theater fire." fouler this sign n patron of the tho-- gation was to remember God. (2) Xo years, has Issued from time to tlmq work to be done on the Sabbath (vv. r wrote: price quotations nnd schedules cover"Please do not spit on the floor. 13, 14). All work was to bo done In ing rolled steel manufactured by Its six days. In fact, the obligation to .subsidiaries, and that these quotaRjiinember the Galveston floods' work six days Is here made Just as tions are adopted by all of the rebinding ns to keep the Sabbath elay. spondent .smbsldlaries and their comWild Fowl In Danger. (3) liy whom should the Sabbath he kept petitors substantially as their quotaConservation of water and marsh (v. 14)? (a) The head of the family. tions of prices, and that this alleged areas is necessary to the perpetuation He should he the example for nil. (b) practice of steel manufacturers In oj the migratory wild fowl, the De- The children. The children should be fixing uniform prices succeeded the partment of Agriculture said In a state- obliged to follow the example of the which formerly prevailed, ment. custom parents In keeping the Sabbath, (c) whereby such manufacturers openly Dr. E. W. Nelson, chief of the sur- The servants. The maid In the kitchupon vey, declared the rapidly Increasing met at intervals and agreed en, the servant on the farm, the chaufprices which they were to charge and drainage of Inkes and marshes through- feur In the city, should keep the maintain. out the country Indicates that wild ns well as the head of the family Other specific charges include : fowl resorts nnd feeding places will be and the children, (d) The beasts of bur"That the United States) steel Cor- practically eliminated from most of tho den. The dumb animals are likewise poration has complete control, superstates unless n considerable number entitled to their rest, (e) The stranvision and direction over the business of the best of them are conserved. ger. The foreigner who comes to our conducted by the subsidiaries named, shores should be obliged to keep the transportation materials used In the Sabbath. It should he kept In mind Oh, Girls Such a Secret. manufacture of Iron nnd steel, anil May Jnck said he couhl guess my that Clirlstlans are not under obligaproducts made therefrom In Interstate waist measure by encircling It with tion to keep the Sabbath as law (Col. commerce. 2:10, 17), and especially as it applies his arm. "That the United States Steed Corto any particular seventh day. The Fay And did he? poration through certain of Its first day of the week Is the proper clay Mny Almost exactly. subsidiaries owns and confor n Christian to observe. This he Fny Wonderful ! trols over 7"i per cent of the total Iron Slay But he did It again for good does not as a law, but as a glorious ore deposits In the Itke Superior measure. and exalted privilege. He Is' on resurdistrict, where Is located the greater rection ground, therefore above the part of the Iron ore deposits In the law. While the keeping of the SabA Philosopher. United States. your brother sensitive over his bath is a matter of privilege, woe unto "Is the one who abuse's this privilege. The baldness?" principle of resting one day out of "Free Speech" Upheld. "No. he's too sensible undjr It" seven Is Inexorable In Its demands. (4) Hartford, Conn. The right of "freo The ground of obligation was redempspeech" was upheld by the Connecticut Poor Peek. tion from bondage (v. 15). Supreme Court In a decision In tho Wife I colled on Mrs. Petit this afIII. Jesus Invited His Disciples to case of McAIIstor Coleman, of New ternoon. She Is certainly a tidy houseRest (Mark 0:31,32). ork, who was charged with having keeper, used a public square in meiidon for deHe took them apart to n desert Hull Altogether too tidy, I should livery of an oration without first obsay. Poor Peck tells me he can't even place. This was not prhnnrily for taining a penult from the police. In drop a remark but that she picks It up recreation, hut that they might be free Common Pleas Court in Now Haven. Immediately. Boston Transcript from the crowd to have fellowship Coleman was fined ?2."i nnd appealed. with Him. (hat they might be Tl c Supreme Court finds error in the for the strenuous days which The Dog. lower court's Judgment. "Your dog sits up nnd bfgs nicely. were to follow. You have taught him wvll From Whom Cometh Our Help. "Too well. Every time I try ti Harding Reviews Fleet. Ifls the privilege of those who are Old Point Comfort, Va. Three score teach him a new trlek h stnrta tc Courier-Journathe children of Ood to dwell among fighting ships of the Atlantic division beg," Louisville the hills, among the hills where the of the I nited States tleec came home showers gather big with blessing, CINCINNATI MARKETS. fmn battle moneuvors in southern wawhere life is lifted above the swamps to receive their first greeting from ters and mhismn of the lands of Hay and Grain. President Harding, the new comelmilit nnil tincertalntv. nnd where th mander in chief of the navy. From Com No. 2 white CifilSlc. No. .1 soul of niiin can commune with Its the bridge of the yacht Mayflower, an- white I52ft(52'e No. 2 jellow (SlfiiVif, flod, from whom cotneth our htlp. chored at Thimble Shoal Light, Mr. No. 2 lifixod l!IJl!2e. Harding reviewed the long line of war Sound Hay Timothy per ton Two (20.7.", clover mixed craft as they steamed by, the proud clover Treason nnil murder are ever kept in the lead and the ?ioi:t. together, ns two sworn tr submarines bringing up the roar. Oats No. 4 white IKtJtJOe. No. 3 elther's purpose. Shukesieare. white :iS3.)e, No. :i mixed :D0 10c. Fright Kills Youth. No. Wheat No. 2 red He Wonde.-ed- . Philadelphia. Literally frightened 3 red $l.:57fi IM), No. 4 reel $1.3! 31 .37. "Pop!" to death, uvld Huberts, 18 years old, "Yes, my son." Butter, Eggs and Poultry. "Who was Demosthenes?" died on the operating chair at .IcITor-so- n Bi tter Whole milk creamery extras "Oh, he wns a great tnlker, my boy." Hospital ns he was about to have 40c, centralized extras 3De, lirsts 3.1c. "lie was? Wasn't there any Mrs. his toiisil3 remoM'd. A Eggs Extra firsts 23e, firsts 22c, Demosthenes?" examination performed by Dr. Edward firsts 21c. Weiss showed the youth suffered from Live Poultrj Broilers 1 lb sun! More Than One Way. Increased lymphoid tissue all oer the 27c-- , (Joe, "I hear you lost your Job." body. Persons In this condition, ac- over 4 lbsfowls, overlbs and over I lbs fowls and 2.c, under "I did, but I can go back any time cording to Dr. It. W. Jones, chief resl-de- 23c, roosters 13c. I want." physician at the hospital, read'ly "Znt so?" Live Stock. fall prey to sudden shock or fright and "Sure under an assumed name." die suddenly. Caltl; Steers, good to choice $S S.r0, fair to good .f7fiS, common to Notre Dane Juggler. fair $57, heifers, good to choice. Long Wait for Breakfast. $7JStS.5(, fair to good f,.50g,7'.50, Equal Footing. Edith This paper tells of a man Cultured One The scenario Is a common to fair !?4 !..", canners S--& who cooked his own breakfast for 20 wonderful form of expression, but it 35, Mock heifers $5Ti i.."i. Calves Good lo choice $Sfi!l, fair years. will never be on the same basis as to good soS. common and large S."i(i. Maud He must have been nwfully music and poetry. Movie Fan Why not? It's measSlieoi Good to choice sTiJMIff 15. fair hungry when he finally got It done. to good $44f 5.50, common if'JJr.'i, lambs, Boston Transcript. ured by the foot! Film Fun. good to choice $10610.50. fair to good His Winnings. $010. And the Hat, Too, We'll Warrant. "Did your husband ever win anyHogs Heavy $8.50S.lVi, "Wo quarreled because she wanted a choice packers and butchers $S.C5, medium thing nt the races?" HO hat." $S05, "No," answered young Mrs. "But you seem to have made up .sows common to choice heavy fat "nothing except the esteem of $07, light shippers $S.05, pigs with her." (110 lbs and less) $08.155. the bookmakers and sympathy of his "Yes; I bought her a $75 dress." 1. .Moaning ). EtUbtuhed Since 189S DEALERS WRITE FOR SPECIAL PRICES AND EXCLUSIVE TERRITORY No Wedding Bells for Him. Stone Deaf. Money may talk, but have you ever "And when you asked her to wed, she ilecllned.' "Yes. she dismissed me noticed how hard of hearing It Is Enwithout ceremony." when you call It? Cincinnati I 20:S-11- quirer. To Have a Clear Sweet Skin Touch pimples, redness, roughness or Itching. If any, with Cuticura Ointment, then bathe with Cuticura Soap For many years drupgists have watched nnd hot water. Rinse, dry gently and With much interest the remarkable record dust on a little Cuticura Talcum to maintained by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rooleave n fascinating fragrance on skin. the great kidney, liver and bladder medi- Everywhere 2."c each. Adv. SWAMP-ROO- T t, WHY DRUGGISTS RECOMMEND ). cine. -- is a physician's prescription. To Be Touched. is a strengthening medit "Burroughs must make a lot to cine. It helps the kidneys, liver and bladso well." der do the work nature intended they dress "lie does nbout three "new acshould do. Sn amp-Rohas stood the test of years, quaintances a week." Boston TranIt is sold by all druggists on its merit i' script. and it should help you. other kidney IIoKte'a Croup Retncdr for eatwhs nJ colds. medicine has so many friends. sav life, sufferlngr and money. No optara. Be sure to get Swamp-Keand start JOc. Ketls Co.. JJewbunh. N. T, Jlrrs. Adv. treatment at once. However, if you wish first to test this PUTTING IT UP TO DADDY Swamp-Roo- It so great preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Itinghamtori. J. Y., for a Small Girl Evidently of Opinion That sample bottle. When writing he sure and the "Laborer Is Worthy mention this paper. Adv. of His Hire." NEW OMAR Sal-bat- h pre?-par- The girl temporarily hired to help out during mother's Illness had Just Arizona Poet, However, Strikes Differ- left. During her stay ent Note From That Struck by Clara absorbed with Interest many ot the Great Persian. the details of housework; In fact, had been of material assistance In such Omar Khayyam said that he could ways as setting the table, helping with dine on n lonf of bread nnd n Jug of the dkhes, etc?. wine; with Her besldo him and feel When Jlary quit unexpectedly the content In the wilderness but he housework got behind and little Clara only meant that he liked the des- voluntarily set about to straighten ert and his old tin Lizzie, and the things out. and that night met father crooked roads that mnke you dlzzle, at the door when he came home from that start any place nnd lead nowhere, work, saying: nnd just keep going nnd never care. "Come right on out to the table, He liked the mesqulte and the daddy; everything's nil ready. Mothgrensewood smell nnd the long hot er's feeling better an you must eat days that feel like h 1; the red sun- the snpier I got for you." sets nnd the cool moonlight and the After viewing the bread cut at a soft, sweet air of the tloert night angle, cold potatoes from the for Omar Khnyynm wns n wonderful previous night, nnd other things which man, uho lived his life on an easy Clara had gathered for the royal replan, with his girls nm? his wine nnd past, father said: a big silk tent .Mr, or, my! What "Well, my little girl Is right on the a life he spent. . . . The desert Job, eh? We'll never miss Mary, will Is here like It always was but you we? That's Just tine, honey; daddy can't Khayyam nny more, becuz In knows you will look out for him, all the.-- e elry days when every home brew right, won't you?" Is on the list of the things taboo, old "Oh. yes," said Clara, then coyly. Onmr Khayyam and his Jug of juice "Dad. how much do you think you wouhl soon get locked In the calaboose. ought to pay me?" Salome (Ariz.) Sun. Apparently. He "Do you renilly believe IgnorIt Is easier to see through the plot of a piny than through the ear puffs ance Is bliss?" She "I don't know. You seem to bei quite happy." In front of It. LIFTS HIS VOICE l, low-lyin- g ' If Jlllll Yoke-Devll- yoke-devils,- Coffee DRINK don't agree post-morte- POSTUM ThereVfaReasoiT INSTANT POSTUM A EYEJIAOt Tor-kin- s; Boian Transcript. friends." y, OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. BEAUTY OWINGSVILLE. KY. DESCRIBED BY POET j 1. 41 B H Word Painting of Sunset on the Arno Brings the Scene Vividly to the Mind. It was sunset on llicAnio; fHr down five river, over mountain ranges where j "4' A mow jot lingered, a warm tint, half rose nml half iimcth.vst, gleamed alone the horizon; beside the low mraxt Uiat bordered the street, iicople were loitering hack from their afternoon pftmicnade at tho I'aMno; here a soldier, now nn Kuglishuiiin 011 horseback, ami thon a licardcd artist ; sometimes an coiitndiim, the broad brim of whoso tlnel.v woven CHAPTER I Continued. straw hat ftaiel over eyes of mellow 17 Jet; ami again a trig nurse with Saxon When the Ire made :i nisi over the ringlets, dragging n petulant urchin suou. he learned to walk 011 clong; and over nil these groups and At llrM there were pained figures was shed tho beautiful smile inkles nml endless floundering in the of parting day. and by them, under drifts. Hut betw.-ethe fall of freh tmceful bridges, flowed tho turbid mmiw and the thaws Hint softt d the stream, the volume doubled by tho cruM. he slowly mastered the art. I surveyed the panospring freshets. Snowbird ntid Han neer reali?H lh rama from nn overhanging balcony, full slgi'illeanco of her name until he where 1 stood nvvnltlng the npenraiice saw her living with Incredible grace at tirM of a friend upon illiom I had culled. oerthe snow laughed :it him usually Henrv T. Tuckenunn and ran hlin races that would end In Id falling headfirst Into n snowbank. She taught him how to ski and more than once she would stop in the middle of an earnest bit to Ibid that he wasn't of lit till. Ho would seem to he tairly devouring her with his eyes, de- tiiiii.7 in Ihe nhiv of soft liinks itsls In her i heoks. and drinking, as a man drink-- - wine, the amazing eliange of light and shadow In her eye. She svniod to hloxoni under hN gaze. Not one of thoe short winter dns went 'y without the discovery of some new trait or little vanity to i nstouNli or delight him sometime tenderness toward the an unlooked-fo- r . untaliied phllos- weak, often n i iophy of life, or perhaps just n lower i ing of her eyelids in which Her eyes would show lutrous through tho lashes, or some sweeping, exuberant j j gelure startllngly graeefiil. morning with Lennox wakened hin I j the realization that one was on. of this ij i tho hardest winters of his experience. very glad of the abunHe i j dantbegan to be piovislons that overstores of ids' pantry savory hams and j J crowded venison, sacks of potai bacons, dried toes and evaporated vegetables, and. pat eahiieil j pop- ! of course, the high good roaring countIn Untire ing. With j grate, the season held no UN Tor them. j Itut sometimes, when the bluer cold requiremenis 1 came down at twilight, and the moon I looked liken thing of Ice itself oer ihe well os ! t well made cocoa. I snow, he began 10 w under how the wintered on the wild croal tires-whI Divide were faring. Of course-mPURE AND DELICIOUS t BOOKLET OF cnOKX BtOPCS ! of them were gone. Woof, long since, SENT FREE had grunliil and mumbled hi way Walter Bakjr&Ccltd Into a winter lair. Itut the wolves reI mained, sirange gray shadows 011 the snow, and possibly n few of the The Voice of the Pack By EDISON MARSHALL IHUMI rwvvwwuvwwTvvnwwvi AUTHENTIC STYLES FOR TAFFETA IS. REIFENSTE I " AGED 2 67, 4 1 PilllS mi snow-shoe- oval-fi.ec- d 6 rovin6 Children Thrive on every. Bakers Cocoa Healthy children do strenuous!: need nourishment and a lot of it, and not one of the ular beverages meets they play hard, and study hard, and they ;tner good and I ESTlBU3CBro-DCK)rt.K9- 1 1 4V t - Abandoning Totem Poles. Alaska is losing its totem poles. Because of the gradual decline In observance of native customs tolem poles arc no longer erected, nml the elements are wearing down those remaining. The largest collection of totems In the North. It ts said. Is to lie found In the nb.mdoned Indian village of Old Kassan, ". miles from Ketchikan. The Tillage was deserted several years ago. nfter a di- nstrous lire, the natives moving to New Kassan. A) Id Kasan's totems-arof many size? Some are of im and descriptions. posing projKirtlons, with the four distinct emblems of the bear, the crow, the toad and the eagle represented. The poles era carved, from base tc pinnacle, with jrorgeous language. Tl totems are carved on cedar, which it 6low In perishing. e Another Slam at Art. with nn artistic temper anient isn't really as much of nn ad ditlon to a neii borhood as one own lng a stepladder. Atchison Globe. A family KILL RATS TODAY mm v ud READY FOB EK By Utlng the Genuint The enarameed -- kilter" for Rate. Anu Waterbofe the freateet known carrlerl of aieeas. 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In 1920 the company produced and sold 13,600,000 rcfinablo barrels high-gradcrude oil; 703,000,000 k. w. electricity; 39,841,-000,0hours of cu. ft. of natural gas; of and 7.217,000,000 cu. artificial gas. e $10 00 ft Write Information and aik for Thrift Booklcl-- 3 ta for Henry L. Doherty & Company Bond Department 60 W!I Street, New York PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM KaatorM Color and BMty to Grar mad Faded KaU iK, UN I ITBCCUlh Copyright. 1X0. by t.lttlc. Prown & Co. Dan hail told the trulh when he said circle under II! Iiiev've got more pa that live deaths or even fewer, tioiiiv than we have and we'd have repel I In- iillaek of an.v wolf pai'k be lo eoiiie down some time. Your father had over s. en. There was Just one an't come to our help, .von know. It's troubling thought. He had heard, long the sign of tin- - tenderfoot not to think igo. and he had forgotten who had there' an.v danger and I'm not going told him. that in the most severe winto think that way any more." I hey years of age, but ."I am ters tin wolves gather in parlli-uliiiiturned back and mushed In1 largo parks; and a quality In this song silence a long time. in nil my experience I have never "1 suppose jou'n think I'm n known n medicine like Tanlac. Think that they had heard at night seemed to bear It out. The clioru had been of It! At my age to gain twenty-fiv- e Dan asked her humbly. pounds In weight, but that l.s Just M'cpiioually loud and strong, and lie "Only prudent. Dan." she answered, what I have done," said Mrs. Kiiima had beiMi tumble to pick out Individual smiling. Whether she meant It ho did Keifciistelu, of No. X$7 Webster avevoices not know, "rin just beginning to unnue, Syracuse, N. Y. The snow was pot feet for skiing. derstand that von living hero only a Previously their port had been many few months really know and iindir "If I had it In my power," she continued, "I would put n bottle of Tantimes interrupted either by the fail of stand nil this better than I do." She lac In the home of every sick man. fresh Hum- or a thaw that had soft- Mretched her arms wide to the wilderwoman and child in this country, for ened the snow crust ; but now every ness. "I guess it's your Instinct." I know- - what this wonderful medicine afternoon wa too jierfeet to remain "And I do understand," lie told lur would do for them. For almost two indoor. The.v shouted and romped in earnestly. "1 sensed danger back years I was almost a nervous wreck. the sllenees. and Ihej did not dream there Just as mho as I can see your I did not dare to leave the house or ut that they had the wilderness all to face. That pack and It's n big one MRS. EMMA REIFENSTEIN. even go up town unless my husband heiuselves. The fact that one night Is close; and It's terribly hungry. And went with me. I was afraid to even 337 Webster Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. eyes had seen what you know you can't help but know .ennov's keen cross the street and had a feeling of Miked like tho glow of camp lire that Ihe wolves are not to be trusted dread all of the time. in the distance didn't affect this belief in famine times." medicine has brought me health and "Jly stomach was weak and easily happiness and I Just can't say enough f theirs at all. It wns evidently Jut "I know It only too well," she said. upset. For days nt a time I w ould go In its praise." the phosphorus glowing in a rotten log Then she paused and asked him without solid food. I could not rest Mr. J. Itelfcnstein. In commenting from which the wind had blown the about a strange gmynoss, like snow at night to do nny good and felt tired on his wife's statement, said: "Yes, now. blown by the wind, on the sky over nnd worn out all of the time. Some her recovery has been a happy surOnce or twice they caught glimpse the ridge. days I could hardly drag myself prise to us nil. A few weeks ago I if wild life: oueo a groue that had I tort across the room nnd was so weak nnd had no Idea she would be able to pull Cranston waited in a clump of inried In the snow flushed from their through, but now she is in better miserable I was ready to give up. from It exposed thicket on the hlllIdo until in Hi and blew the snow-dus- t "My health Is tine now and I eat health than I have ever seen her and wings; and once or twice they saw- lie saw two black dots, that he knew anything I wnnt did never have a the credit Is due to Tanlac. We hnvo bounding away on were Dan and Snowbird, leave the now shoe rabbit years today touch of Indigestion. I have never slept been married flfty-tw- o flat fivl over the drifts. Itut just one Lennox- - home. He lay very still as indulged in this little frivolity, the better than I do now. My recovery Is and I don't believe I have ever" seen N'H of the reasons for the peren they caught sight of a wolf. They they circled up the riik'e. noticing lay nny better." on a particularly that except for the pistol tluit ho were on snovvslioe nial return of tnlTctn to feminine frock preserves Its dignity by a wnlst the talk of our neighborhood, as It was her looking Tanlac Is sold by leading druggists knew Snowbird alwavs carried, they fuvor, for spring and summer frocks. which I plain, except for two corded generally believed I could not Inst irilllaut afternoon late In .lauuary. Ho wa a lone male, evidently a wiio unarmed. There wa no par- Is Its durability. It manufactured seams. A quaint, youthful touch ap- but a few weeks longer. This grand everywhere. Adv. traggler from the pack, nnd he leaped ticular reaon why he should lie Inter- now- - In soft qualities that still retain pears In tho gathered ruffle at tho The Builder. from the top of a tall thicket that had ested in that point. It wa Just the its crlspness and no one need hesitate neck, in lieu of a collar, and finished Knicker Is n full house tax exempt? remained above the snow. The 1111111 mountain way always to look for to Include taffeta in Jaiming a sum- at the throat with n prim bow of ribBocker Not always; you have to and the girl had entirely different re- - weapon, and it is rather dlllicull to mer vvnrdiobe. It N the ideal mate- bon. you lose. The other frock pictured, of grey give your wife a present if lctlon. Dan's first Impression was trace the mental processes behind till rial for tho present mode of the long Perhaps it can lie laid to waistline and the full skirt, sponsored taffeta, seeks the company of ruffles, amazement at the nnlmar condition. impulse. It seemed to be in Ihe last stages of the fact that many mountain families by many models from the spring open- lace nnd ribbons, to send it 011 its starvation: unbelievably gaunt, with are often at feud with one another, ings In Paris that show the low waist- frolicsome way. The straight, narrow t, lines, longer skirts, with n little more skirt is topped by a gathered rib bones showing plainly even through and anything In the way of violentwhich Is edged In scallops with the furry hide. Ordinarily the heaviiy may happen before the morning. fullness nnd boulTaiit In outline. The Name "Bayer" on Genuine The two passed out of hi s'ght, models illustrated include all these a ruffle. A similar ruffurred nnlnial do not slmw signs of "I have been awful sick with gas," famine: but even an Inexperienced eye and after a long time lie heard tha nutheutie style points. Tho one with fle, set on a little higher, gives the writes Mrs. W. H. Person, "and of Snow bird's pistol. ouhl not make n mistake In Ibis mse. crack Ho the short straight skirt depends al- effect of a double ovcrsklrt. The Eatonic Is all I can get to give ma The eye won1 red. and they carried guessed that she had either shot ut most entirely upon the material for basque vvait is shirred in the underrelief." an back lo hi first adventure In the some wild creature, or else was mere- nilorument, hut taffeta is in itself an arm seams nnd extends over the iklrt Acidity and gas on the stomach )regon forest the day he had shot ly at target practice rather .a comInvitation to ribbons to come and lie in two points in front. The square quickly taken up and carried out by the mad coyote. Snow bird thought of mon proceeding for tho two vheii nt home w ith it ; therefore the skirt neck Is finished with a collar suggestEatonic, then appetite and strength come back. And many other bodily hardier smaller creatures. the beast only a nn enemy. The wolves they were on the hills together. Thus has a trimming of self cording and ing a bertha of lllet laco or of Imitav miseries disappear when the stomach two rows and hows of narrow moire tion filet, for the shops show such More than once In those long win- killed her father's stock; they were It Is to bo SOPH tleir l'nKfnti Is right. Don't let sourness, belching, ter nights their talk wa ehopi'oil on irigands of the worst order; nnd she their habits fairly well. And since lie ribbon in a contrasting color. Puff- good imitation one can use It with a bloating. Indigestion and other stom- -- liort by the song of tho pack on some Cuffs are of bared tho hatred of them that i a had kept a close watch upon them for ings of the silk over the hips give it feeling of assurance. 1a nn nn rp1.A Unlnnli, lnkl.li. rt ni million trait of all primitive peoples. several day, this wa to be exi distant ridge. Sometime, when the ted. the desired bouffant effect. Having the lace. Take Aspirin only as told m each . nfter you catsee now mnch better Ho had no intention of being intert.orld Is old. possibly a man will be Her hand whipped back, seized her pispackage of genuine Bayer Tablets ol you BIg box ony trlfla ii.ini that can continue to talk and tol, and she tired twice nt the fleeing rupted in tills work he was about to Aspirin. Then you will be following . wjtn yonr druggist's guarantee. do. He had planned It nil very well. keep his mind on his words while tho figure. nnd dosage worked out the Blrectlons v.olf pack sing. Hut In- - Is certainly The second shot was lilt: both of The elder Lennox was still helpless. by physicians during 21 years. quantity today. The fry them saw tho wolf go to Its side, then Cranston had noticed that when Dan nn unknown 1 proved safe by millions. Take " sets in vibration curious inemory pring up and nice on. Shouting, both and Snowbird went out. they were chances with substitutes. If you see To pass all state laws you can usually gone from two to four hours; d onls, anil for a moment the listener of them sped after him. the Bayer Cross on tablets, mo In his mind's eye his ancient for all purposes take them without fear for Colds, In n few moments ho was out of nml that gave him plenty of time fi.r homo in an ancient world Darkness ight among the distant trees, but they his undertaking. The moment had iteauacne, neuralgia, uneuuuuisiu. rlTV prvTT TD PA :v d Tear nnd Kyes shining about the found the blood-trai- l Earache, Toothache. - Lumbago and lOL uCfl Lit I DU1LJ LU and mushed over come nt last to make a thoiougli . xes of twelve It carries him back, nnd ho the ridge. They expected lit an.v mo- search of Lennox's house for those InDAYTON, OHIO for Pain. Ilnndy tin . rugglsts 'so tab'-- knows the wilderness as It really Is; ment to And him lying dead; but the criminating documents that Dan had it fe- WnMIKHFLL STOCK VNDTRCCK - .OUT Sf and to have such kn ledge dries up track led them on clear down the next found near the body of Landy t.. r ' m. at ncrir-- f . . Mann.'", m uimTTtwe - ' .irk acr.Jnnro D nil Inclination to talk, as a sponge canyon. Anil now tuey cared not nt fenctl: ,.cr of Sallcyiit-ucidroom dwclllnv. twelv tenant houses. lctr dries wnter. Of course the picture all whether they found him: It was The only really dangerous part of light plant, all new. There la no better (arts Adv. Isn't entirely plain. It Is more n thing simply a tramp In the ; his undertaking was his approach. In the South (or cattle, hose and truck: natIf ural feed year round for stock. It l a wonguessed at. n photograph In some dark and both of them were young with red by any chance Lennox- - were looking derful hunting presenre. well stocked wits May Not Grow Cotton. same, unexcelled for climate and health. part of nn that blood In their vein. out of the window, lie might bo found It has been found necessary In Egypt If you are Interested In a real barsaln where has constantly grown more dim as the planting Itut all at once Dan stopped in his wn'tlng with n rifle across his nrnin. to make a regulation prohibiting the every month IsJ.a E. CLANCYmonth, write centuries have passed. Possibly some tracks. The girl sped on for six paces It would be quite like the old tfctvannah. Georsjls people from growing cotton Instead of Hi Tlnll St. time It will fade out altogether: t:nd before she missed the sound of his to have ills gun beside him, Recently, there have been cereals. ; then a man may continue to discuss He Did. then she turned to find nnd to shoot it quick nnd exceptionalgreater rewards In the cotton crop, the weather while the Song from tho him standing, wholly motionless,- with ly slralght, without asking questions, Jack (gallantly) Marie, dear, anyand other things have been neglected. ridge shudders In at the windows. Itut eyes tixed upon her. thing you say goes. at any stealing ligiire in tho snow. Yet the world will be nulte cold by then. Marie (quickly) Jack. It startled her. and she didn't know- - Cranston felt fairly sure that Lennox Can Be Cured nnd no longer partlcularlv Interesting, why. A companion abruptly freezing was still too helpless to raise gun Catarrh Is a local disease greatly InfluAnd possibly even the wolves them in Ids path, his muscles inert, and his to a shooting position. Important to Mothers It enced by constitutional conditions. therefore requires constitutional treatselves will then be lamed to play dead eyes lilllng with speculation, is always Examine carefully every bottle of lie had observed that the ment. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICI J"E CASTOBIA, that famous old remedy and speak pieces which moans the startling. When this occurs It means spent his time either on the Is taken internally and acts through see that It wilderness Itself will be tinned. Tor the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces ot for Infants and children, and imply that a thought so compelling fireplace divan or on his own bed. the System. HALL'S CATARRH Bears the long its the wild lasts, tho pack will as MEDICINE destroys the foundation ot and engrossing that even the half- - Neither of these places was available run through It In the winter. They unconscious physical function, such to the rear windows of the house. So, the disease, gives the patient strength by Signature Improving the general health and assists were here in the beginning, and in In TJsr for Over 30 Years. very wisely, he nmile his attack nature In doing Its work. is walking, cannot continue, has com" spite of constant war and constant Into his mind. And It Is part of the the rear. All Druggists. Circulars Ires. Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio. F. J. hatred on tho part of men. they will old creed of (TO HB CO.VTINt'KI).) to dUlike be here In tho end. The reus in Is Jut greatly to bo NOT TO BE MADE TO ORDER left out on any such MIGHT HAVE MADE TROUBLE that they nro the symbol o' the wil thought ns this. If danger Is present, CHARGED WITH DESERT SAND derness Itself, and the idea of It con the sooner It is identitied the better. Songs and Emblems That Live In ths tinning to exist without IV'in Is Junior Evidently Was Uneasy as to Heart of a People Must Have "What is it?" she demanded. What Is Known as the "Red Wind" stranger than that of a nallcn without Conduct of Mosquito the Possible Foundilton. He turned to her curiously Intent. Makes Life Miserable Along in Heaven. a flag. "How many shells have you In that the Mediterranean. It wasn't quite the same ong that pistol?" To wait for a state flower or a ribbon which forms suitable handles. are pretty new Junior espied a mosquito on the state song to discover Itself and make Dan had listened to In the Hrst days She took one breath nnd nnswered Sojiwirners In the Mediterranean for ALWAYS there ribbon counter with One of the new sashes with loops window. Not wishing to be bitten, at the of fail. It had been trlnniprant then him. "It holds five, nnd I shot twice. nny length or tune see the red wind which to tempt a frail, feminine love at each side and n simple knot nt tho he had his father kill It. About a Itself appropriate might be an Interand proud with the wihleriirt pride. I haven't any others." minable and disappointing vigil. Cenns well ns feel Its oppressive influ. Many of these are too back Is made of heavy satin, too, of littery. Of course It had been sad half hour later Junior came to his turies could Intervene. It is not mere "And I don't suppose It ever oc- ence. It b'ow s from the (loser's of AfLittle flcwers of nar- father and asked : ribbon. It was more sad now. And It was to bo well represented by photobut restlessness that asks for a flower to carry extra ones In rica and derives Its name from the small curred to you they coax as many dol- row ribbons at the base of the loops are "Daddy, will that 'squlto go to be chosen or a song to bo written stranger, too, nnd crept fartlit"- - Into your pocket?" to particles of red sand with which It Is graphs, but fair admirers as their the straws that si nw the direction of heaven ?" of the soul cf Its listeners. It was the ready to hand, declares the St. Louis Should rain descen-while lars out "Father Is always telling me to and charged. song of strength that eouldi"? avail larger rivals, and are entitled to hon- the wind in ribbon sashes. Nearly all "It might," his father said. "If It Posterity may find several times I have. Itut I'd shoot tills wind prevails, the sand becomes orable mention. They include an end- of them are elaUirated with ribbon wns a good one." ngalnt the snow, possibly of oHd and substitutes thnt ure better, the fruit thoni away at target practice and for- mud, and thence arise the "mud show"Junior, satisfied with this answer, of happy circumstances, but we la the despair and courage of smrvntlon less variety in lingerie bows and ros- llowers far more lavishly than In tho went off to play. In a few minutes he our day may have at least our ready-mad- e These thro" that heard It were Inured get to take any more. There was never ers." Its dry state It Is more oppress- ettes, ribbon Mowers, sachets, pow- example pictured. In any danger except that night with n Two new boudoir caps reveal that was back again saying: bags, corsage flowers, garters, to the wiirenii'sn; but a moment was cougar. I symbols to feed the romance In did Intend to but what does ive by far than nay other wind known der always iuhMoi! after Its last note had "Do you think he's In heaven yet, our souls. sleeve bands, and other little accessor- there is still something new under the to the Mediterranean, not it matter now?" . sun In these Maturing pieces of daddy?" in these familto regain tlielr gayety. died Ancient rcople acquired these spirIts efforts nre ies. The new feature "We're n couple of wise ones, going the black "sirocco." They do their best to start the season is the In"He might be," replied his father, itual emblems and patriotic lyrics "Iliey ro getting lean nnr tliy re Tl't; sand, iar luxuries for this after that wolf with only three shots In many ways remarkable. right, with dainty laces "If he was a real good one." very narrow ribbon in day or end it getting savage." Lennox slid one through a long and at times painful excessive fineness, enters between troduction of llowers, llovverliko ros- and gay ribbon substituting for a After a few more minutes of play history. Something stirring has to night, stretched on his dlval before to our name. Of course by himself of the making of he's haimless but he's likely enough your eyelids and your eyes; it gola ettes, bows and ornaments. One of them is the amuscoiffure. Junior again came to his father with happen to give them blrlli. Then o.ur tho fireplace. He wns still rnnble to your nostrils and down your walk; but the fractures were lailtlln to lead us straight toward the pack. Into Bags and sashes or girdles still oc- ing stocking cap model of lace, with these words : soldiers who were In the great war throat; It adheres to your skin and And Snowbird I didn't like his looks. "Daddy. I wonder If he's blted God K'owly and tho doctor had irniuL.od first Importance at three narrow ribbon frills about tho floral find the poppy the works itself into your watch; It in- cupy the places of summer would And I i.'i well He's too gaunt and he's too hungry caps have face and a tassel, mnde of baby rib- jet." Chicago American. that the ribbon counter. Boudoir Insignia of thefr heroic days and have and I haven't a bit of doubt he waited creases the annoyance of mosquitoes, the bon, dangling from Its point. The wo had a dog. I wouhtYt oflo "If always depended upon ribbons to do adopted It as the visible reminder of in that brush for us to come. Intend nnd It Is so dry that, as you write or murh for his life. One of tliase lay cheerful part In their making, other employs n wide, soft satin ribthem. Ten million silken popples are An Airplane Brake. ing to attack u and lost his nerve read, the paper curls tip as If exposed their we'll llnd Vim In n big circle around bon und lace to make it ami has hangThe newest Idea for airplane wheels to be worn In America on Decoration Tallies and chairs of sea- and a few examples of these have been ing loops and little llowers of baby Ihe last thing. That shows he's des- to the house nnd then we'll have to for Illusperate. I don't like him. and I wouldn't soned wood and of old mauufacturo, selected from late arrivals, handsome ribbon at each side for ornaments Is to mount upon the periphery of each day. tpen up with the rifles." Two very wheel a number of little wheels. like his iack. And u whole pack might crack with a report almost likr c pl8' tration here. Hut this picture nppalled either of Perils on Land. This arrangement, says the Popular and no quantity of drink has bags, shaped to harmonize with their his two young listeners. No rolf pack not lose Its nerve." "It takes courage to be nn aviator." Science Monthly, helps to retard the effect on your raging thirst. All mountings, show rich brocaded ribbons "Then you think we'd better turn much can stand against three tiarlcsmen, One of "One kind of courage," replied Mr. forward motion of the flying machine this time your skin Is hard nnd dry, In graceful developments. "And yet It would be a armed with rilles and behind oaken back?" The little Chuggins. them employs plain satin ribbon with on making a landing. "es, I do, ami not come out any- and without the relieving Iniluvnce of the brocade, and both have plain satin walls. wheels, brought successively Into po- comfort if I could sail my flivver into UNIOM COrYIICHT IT vnTUM NtWATU perspiration. Christmas came and passed, and more without a whole pocket of shells. sition bv the force of Impact, tend the clouds where there wouldn't be January brought clear davs and- - r.n I'm going to carry a rifle, too. Jut ns to check the plane and bring It t any risk of meeting a recklless boot, Life and Art. the upper crust off nnd stir Into the a quick and smooth stop. Grandmother's Apple Pie. InelTective sou shining on t lif snow. Lennox ha always, lie's got only a leg bandit or an Irritated traffic cop." Volt saw what you did "I'd like to meet Unit man. He These were the best days of all. Kvory Make n very short pie crust of lard apple filling some sugar, nutmeg and afternoon Dan and Snowbird would with two cartridges got In one flesh plays Monte Cristo with such under- cut Into sifted Hour and wet ' into a lump of butter. Put the crust baclf wound. Throe of 'em against a pack standing." go out on their skis or on paste with Ice water. Roll out In ti and the pie Is ready to serve. 'Til introduce you, but he's n tight- long, narrow strip, dab with butter, unarmed except for tho pistol that wouldn't be a great deal of aid. Snowbird carried In the deep pocket ilont mean to say you can't shoot, but wad. Won't spend n nickel." l.ouln-vlliNew Dyeing Wrinkles. roll together nnd stand It on edge. Courier-Journaof her macklnavv. "Itut why not";" Dan a Jumping, lively wolf Is worse than In dyeing materials, clothes, etc Roll It out lint again. For the upper n liird In the air. v o ve gone over "She replied to Lennox's objection. crust this process must be repeated at home, I have found that to procure Was a Mammoth Elephant. .could kill five wolves with live shots, three miles; anil he'd lead us ten tnijes three times. Then fill the pie plate a lovely dark green, blue or brown, a huge elephant heaping full of tart. Juicy apples, I need inly add one package of black Fossilized bones of or pretty near It, and you know well farther even If he didn't go to the recently discovered In Franco include sliced nnd placed on the upper crust. dye to one package of the color deenough that that would hold 'em till pack. Let's go back." "If yo-.- t say so. Itut I don't think a tusk weighing 4i0 pounds and a Butter the edges ot the under crust sired. The result is n beautiful rich we got Inline. They'd stop to eat the We tooth weighing seventeen pounds. Sci- before lnjing 011 the upper crust. shade, especially with blue or brown five. I have hard enough time keep- there's the least lilt of danger. entists say that the nnimnl must buvo When the pie Is baked, carefully lift ing up with her as It Is. without carry-trp- .r can nlvvnys climb a tree." Good Housekeeping. "And have "em make a beautiful stood over thirteen feet liish. rifle." And Lennox was o.nUnL vvo-ilsixty-seven eet--iiid.- " ten-fonlng 11 sw-et- Declares She Would Like To Put a Bottle Of Tan-la- c In The Hands Of Every Sick Man, Woman and Child In This Country Never Saw Its Equal. 1- - o 4 1 ASPIRIN Awful Sick With Gas over-skir- knife-plaite- Eatonic Brings Relief - , d of f - - , 11 At the Ribbon Counter and.CTFAM PllfT PP J bRlM D vlLlLliYU XL 11 r .. oi'2.s 1 Flltt . 1 moun-ta'ne- snow-shoes- - 11 Catarrh uin'.in-taiuii- T 1 if? ll:-n- two-tone- d J t. lns head-wear- lire-hea- 1 t, tlesh-w-onn- snow-shoe- e l. There's More Than Flavor Nany foodswhile pleasing to taste, contain but little nourishment. ROUTED HIS WIFE'S AFFINITY nnje from Susie saying that g.H'e nwny with Joe. (lsu. fret, lovaca. nlNDtnCQnNS ensnrca comfort t CI- Knm Oma, th ta top all fmln, xnmkrt Husband 3ets Pace Too Rapid for Rival, and the Woman Retuins to Man She Left, Hamilton, Ohio. Frank Pappakoff. has found n new way to solve the domestic triangle problem nnd dispose of affinities. While the Pappnkoffs were Susie. Frank's living at Hamilton. wife, developed a fondness' for Joseph Pelndz. One night, when Frank returned home from work, be found a walktBr Ctseos C ItnvB rr. 1 lftob WoVka, by nail or at Draft lUcbore.K. X. U'AXTED UIG MONEY for Men mnA Gli I. SomMhlnc new Writ GOLD 8TUDIO. WALT KE O AN, ILL, dealers to manufac U'AM'1'.iwAftnti tor- brreraicea and fountain at 00 profit All true fruit flavor Actnti Wtd each county. For Particular AGKM tVo.mn iKtr-ad- ijnp, had Susie went Joyriding with her husband nnd had the time of her life. Finally, Joe became ugly and Frank Frank set out on the long trull for his wife. After combing four states, had him locked up. In the Waukegan he finally located the pair In Wnuke-ca- police court, Frank forgnve Joe and Susie renounced her nfllnlty. They reIII. Frank did not plnn to dispose of Joe by putting poison In his fused to prosecute nnd Joe walked out food or using n revolver on him. In- - of court, p'smlslng never ngnln to . he started to pay court to Susie break up a happy home. Tho Pappnkoffs then went to housekeeping ngala again I'e sent her flowers und candy nnd The 72 races inhabiting the vvorlc tiritr her to shows. Susie's affinity, of curse, objected, as Frank began to speak to each other by mrucs of HflU set a pace that wis too hot for him. "dlffcient tongues." sl-- e n. For Milady's Shoes. The undressing of the foot continues. Now women are wearing Cross straps run nnd up from the toes to .lie ankle to meet the heel strap which fastens around the ankle. The best to be said for such shoes Is that they use up little leather; but that does not make them cheap. The long, pointed shoes have a certain popularity, but most women shoe. It ttlll prefer the Is now generally accepted that Ihe leg hould be clothed In n light or trims- toe-caheel-capshort-vumpe- d blockings with kid shoes to match tire newer. London Times. parent stocking, nnd the shoo must lie cither black or In tte same shade. (!ray stockings with shoes In suede to match are greatly liked; mahogany GrapeNuts combines with its rich, sweet flavor the full nutriment of wheat and malted barley which makes it an ideal food. Tre Wise Man. "What sort of man Is he. "I'll tell you. In n Pullman smoking room he'll discuss nny question thnt comes up. whether he knows anything about the subject or not." Detroit Free Press. It has been the favorite ready-to-ea- t cereal for a Quarter of a century: 'There's a Reason" r I bet H. wishes of many frienils. tanks Ooyle ami wife visited .1. Kiilillc mill i'snnily nt ML Sterling THE SUN may rise a minute or two of every day but BUY HAPPINESS liisl week. A BIG SALE Ladies' Spring Coats and Dresses PRICE. AT About 50 short sport coats in all the new shades and cloths. and About 25 long coats in navy blue, dark shades. 1 b-ac- k STEPSTONE Mi. Smith ami Miss Liu illc l'a; uc were iiiaiiii'd this week. Miss Payne is a daughter of Y'ii. Payne and wife. They aie nice young people. i We then a Icng and hnppv life . t harlic nf Owingsville, am iind Miss Luev Kairick. of Salt Well were married at the home of the bride Sunday April 21. They are nice young people. We wish them a long and happy life. Itiirhridge llatlitT has gone to Kan-a- s City to make his home. isitcd Jonas Reynolds and wife relatives at Frankfort the past week. Oscar Ilattou's sou, who has been Veil ill with pneumonia, is getting l etter now. P. II. l'hipps sold 21 bogs to Tom u-.lDa-is- Mow Nothing is more essential to happiness than good living, and nothing is more essential to good living than good groceries and meats. When you Nature-Flavor- ed Flour rises on the minute every time. Try it; you'll like it. NOT1UK. We will give in exchange for corn, white or yellow, not mixed, one barrel, of our best Hour for 3 barrels corn or 185 pounds of mill feed for one barrel of buy your groceries and meats from us you buy happiness. JAMES M. STEELE "YOUR FRIEND," Owingsville, Kentuck, These rarments are especially Rood values. Sale takes in all lines and prices from $15 to $50 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. See them before the good ones are all gone. LACY-COON- S corn. SALT LICKllOLLEll MILLS ROUGH AND DRESSED (ireen at $7.25. SALT LICK KENTUCKY. Hurl Stall and family, of Hour lion county spent Sunday with the 'nttcr's parents H. I). Blevins and family. Mr. Dawson Tapp and two daughters Misses Ella and Anna, Miss Ruth Uonohew, of Howard. Mill, Kerr pi'tlt Joe Arnold and Siindav with Mrs. Kno-- h Whit and Mrs. Minnie (ioodpaster. ) Horn, to Kichard Stntoti and wife, (it-or- HARDWOOD LUMBER OUR SPECIALTIES: & CO. THE BOARD OF HEALTH To avoid sickness Flooring, Ceiling and aiding OUR MOTTO: OWINGSVILLE, KY. a daughter. . OWINGSVILLE OWINGSVILLE. OUTLOOK - - - - KY. Pnblisbed Weekly, Owingsville. E. D. THOMPSON. - - - Kentucky. MAY 5, 1021. ANNOUNCEMENTS THURSDAY, DEMOCRATIC For County Judge S. 0 CHOOKS. EWINT. CONNER ' joSEPH'ILLt.ttlS JOHN. Clark For Sheriff S. M. ESTILL Deputies: Anron Fanning and Mason II. Botts. ROBERT E. DUFF. Deputies: David B. Myres, and Isaac Craig. For COUNTY CLERK COLE BARNES Deputies: Charles BriMow and Cliff Ilcndrix. For Tax Commissioner THOMAS L. JONES Deputies: Ed B. Hewitt, of Bellio'. and'Thos. Crouch, of Preston. JOE ARNOLD Deputies: Roy May, of Sharps- ni i.irr-iM- i i.uiiii EARLE B. THOMPSON WATSON S. THOMAS. i.i.rr For Jailer SAM T. JONES. CABE SNEDKOAR. FLOYD CROUCH CLAUDE STATON. DEE STEELE For Representative VAN Y. fiREEN. THOS. J. KNIOHT. CLARENCE POWER. For Circuit Judge. HENRY It. PREWITT. For Commonwealth's Attorney. . W. C. HAMILTON. MAGISTRATE 6 tn DISTRICT. OLLrE (CRAYqR-VF- T CILVRLES MYERS REPUBLICAN ANNOUNCEMENTS For Jailer ROBERT S. ANDERSON. CHARLIE HORNBACK tended church at Owingsville Sunday and spent th day with J. B. Jones and wife. Uncle John W. Darnell, of near stroke Wyoming, had a paralytic Friday night from which it is doubt fill if he will recover. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Evans spent of Clark county, from Wednesday till Friday with James Benton, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. their daughter, Mrs. H. S. (lilmore. of ilidi- Mrs. Evans is s.i.o.; James Hall. mntism. Moms. Ccorge and Lewis The many friends of Perry (iocd-pastof BourlKin county, visited were indeed sorry to learn of Kelsey. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram and daughter his death. Mrs. Lucy Everman Pearlie Mae attended church at PEBBLE Bald Eagle last Sunday. Marion Roberts, wife and child Mrs. Julia Alexander of Ashland, and Richnrd Roberts and wife, of came Sunday to visit Mrs. W. J. near Flat Creek store visited Mr. and Shonse. Sinnett Garner from Friday till spent Sunday Mrs. C. E. Whiteomb Sunday afternoon. here. Leslie Hendrix, of near Mt. SterH. C. Hollen nnd wife, of More-healing, visited his brother J. W. Henhave moved to rooms in Jodrix here Friday night. seph Williams residence. Mr. Hollen Mrs. Ethel Stephens mid daughter will open up a shoe inakinjr shop. Evelyn visited Mrs. J. G. McClurc at Shcrlmrne Snt MOORE'S FERRY Miss Mattie l)i is. visited Miss Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Wells, of Owingsville, and Mr. and Mrs. Chatwell, Hazel Calvert, ot Slier1 nine, Saturof Flat Creek, visited Mrs. F. M. day night and was accompanied home by Miss Calvert Sunday. Carter last Sunday. Mr--. zr.ti decaliter p V Ttifny liu 1 sf" "rTT or the past week and is not much bet- Mirs Let tie went Saturday to seethi former's father John W. Darnell at ter nt this time. Brother Triplett, of Howard's Mill, Wyoming. Mr. Darnell is critically preached at Polksville Saturday Taylor Woodard, of near .light and Sunday. visited his mother Mrs. Mrs. Myrtle Lucas, of this place,, vsitcd home folks at Polksville Sun- Chris Woodard from Saturday til' Monday. day. We had a light frost here SaturBertha Spencer, of Montgomery day and Sunday night. county, is visiting her sister Mini M. T. Hendrix and J. C. McClurc, Conkright. of Sherburne, were here Sunday. '. B. Ford is improving slowly, Tom Hunt attended court at Mays uncs Staton paid $52 per acre ville Monday. . the late Win. Ingram land Aubrey Stephens, wife and son of $.12 as printed in last week's Davis, visited the hitter's parents, pa, cr. ,0corge Razor Jr., is on the sick Mr. and Mrs. Davis Sorrcll; of ' day last week. ' list. Harrison Stqihetts "and Clia'rTes Morton Purvis and Coleman Station have gone to the 'oil fields to A. Stewart visited" Silas Clay and' family, of Sprout, one night last work. week. A few people from here arc attending Circuit Court at Owingsin we- -t end of town, is rcir'cii to lie is how :il be a little improved. ' Ijcxingtoii hospita. a Mrs. Maxey. or West Libel ry, arrived the past week to spend some time with the family of her Rev. E. E. Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Moore and son son-in-lav, d, Flent-ingsbur- g, Logan Elam and wife, spent Sunday with Miss Eliza and death and for the consolation and assur knowing that your premises are clean and healthy, for the ance of influence you can exert on your neighbors to be clean and respect able, we entreat you, both in the towns and rural districts of Bath of Spencer, county to clean up, to leave no spot of filth or infection on your I Good Material, Low Prices and Fair Dealing. SALT LICK LUMBER CO., SALT LICK, KY. premises; get your pig pens and other sources of filth out of smell in;i; and infecting distance of your neighbors, screen your houses, SALT LICK DEPOSIT BANK see that your cows have good, pure water to drink, and do ever SALT LICK, KENTUCKY. thing to promote health. You have it in your power to lessen Widely Known for its Strength and your drug and doctor bills and to be healthy and happy. Prudent Management. Strong, Reliable, Progressive. Max--- Men, 'omen and Children One of the well known and sue cessful financial institutions of Bath county, and standing as a monument of the enterprise and growth of ,the progressive little city whose name it bears, and whose record is such as to cause laudable continent among all who arc familiar with its operation. The Salt Lick Deposit Bank stands out conspicuously as one of the strongest, most reliable and most progressive institutions of its kind in this section. The Salt Lick Deposit B.tiik is we" Vcatod in the center of Salt Li"k". business district in its own modern 'tanking bouse which was built at the establishment of the instimtion in 1901. With a capital of $3Q,- 000, a surplus fund of $20,00ny divided prolits rX proximately t 000 andtotr resources of $350,00, ) thl Sfns't'ftut ion transacts a general 'nuking business, exercising' nil tL :".ct;,:-- s DR. WALDEN Health Director. CREAM CREAM . Look at yourself as the other fellow sees you and then come to tis for treatment. We cure all kinds of A few dollars spent at our store will Tnake your- - mirror smile -back at vou. shab-bines- s, 11 CREAM STATION .1 ri .1 1 nave taken over tiie cream station oper ated by Ed Thomas at Keese Wells' grocery Main street, Owingsville, for Swift & Co. and will test every day and pay the high est possible prices. Give me a trial. EUGENE PHELPS, Manager and Operator. GOODPASTER & CO., Owinjrsville, Ky., Where Bath county's best dressed people get that way. TI-I-E SALT LICK DEPOSIT BANK THE BANK FOR ALL i SALT LICK, As - - KENTUCKY strong and safe as honesty and usual!'.' incuin'-en- t upCY '' ville. LOCUST GROVE For Representative JAS. n. OTIS. SALT LICK Mrs. Will Kautz, of Lexington, has heen the guest of relatives here the past week. Mrs. Cranston Cheap and Mrs. Bobbie McCaity wore ca'ilii.g in recently. Mrs. J. P. Wright, Mrs. Evtrette Razor, Mrs. Press Jackson, M.sn Juanita Pierce and Master Raymond Wright motored to ML Sterling on Thursday. Died, Saturday night, April .Uth. an infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Powell. The body was taken to Lonisn for intenuenL Sympathy is extended to the bereaved parents, brother and sister. The rev 1 1 that ds been gjin oa at the M. E. Chi'rrh lor the past two weeks, closed last Sunday. Rev. Davenport returnius; to his hoiuj at At Lland. Attendance at rhristian Sumlay School last Sundiy was 12.?. reJames Otis was 'u Ceorgetou-attending an 1. O. 0. F. meetcently ing. Mrs. Nannie Whalcy and son Lu- Everett Vanlnndingham, who has eicn, of near Owingsville, visited her been in Indiana .since Inst fall, is at mother Mrs. Georgia Riddle recent- home now. "Red horse'' will soon be on e. the ly. Mrs Hiram Kehy was shopping h. Mt Sterling last vcek. Mrs. J. W. Siiedegar has resumed teaching in our public school but her children are "till nt their trnind in Off1 s llc- Mid Tom Per lias been ;uie iV i reported . ,,r, better. Ear lSexton, n was so hrjtal!-negr-men assaulted by two k RUd" tli-- night the past to a pond along tae railway truck; irother's PRESTON Farmers are very much behind -:th their work here. iRonds are still in a bad condition heer. All fruit in this section is killed son, of near Sherburne. Miss Faris Hendrix went Sunday with the possible exception of blackto visit John Fletcher and wife in berries. James Belcher is taking treat- Fleming county. John Baiiey, wife and son, of Dry ment at the Mary Chiles Hospital at Ridge, sjient Saturday and Sunday ML Sterling. Born, to Taulbee Ginter and wife, with Walter Crouch and family. Tom Heath has been ill but is a sun. Mother and baby doing tine. Mrs; Millard Staten nnd sore better. Mrs. Carl Power and little daughwere shopping at Mt. ters Emma Wayne and Naomi, or 'ing Friday "Vs. Mary Wilson and eon Char- - Sherman, Grant county, has been - f Kokomo, Ind., are visiting visiting her parents S. B. Hawkins. Mrs. Power has returned home. The relatives in this neighborhood. Sunday School is progressing children will remain for an indefnicely at the Kendall Spring church. inite stav. Died, Su lay morning May 1st, FORGE HILL after a short illness of kidney and lung trouble Wallace Thomas son of Russell Wright left Monday for Lawrence Thomas nnd wife. He Sweetwater, 111. leaves besides father and motherAjgorn, April 18 to Ira Wells and several brothers and sisters, his wife, a son, wife and two small children. Wc exMrs. Arthur Barber, of Owingstend our heartfelt sympathy to the ville, spent Sunday with her parents bereaved. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rice. Lee Ulery spent Sunday with ODESSA friends at Kendall Spring. Charles :)avis a d .Miss Luc-Kir.s. Avery Colliver left Saturday were married .Sunday at the jin her husband in' Ashland home of the bride. They will go to e he has employment, liter Riddle and wife attended house keeping at once on Wm. Atchison's farm near hen-- . These are h at Bald Eagle Sunday. . H. S, Gilmore and family at- - worthy young people and have the dnugh-Virginia Misses Sara Riddle and Imogen.. Whit ton spent Inst Friday night with their uncle and aunt Mr. ami Mrs. Tim Riddle near Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hendrix and littel daughter Annie Mark spent Sunday with' Mr. and Mrs. Sander- institutions of this natur.-- . i In close alliliation with hnukr. in neighboring towns, it offers special features in the expeditious handling of business matters in its locality, and in every way conies up to tin high standard so necessary in enterprises of its kind. This bank is equipped with one of the most complete and systems of (Ire and burglar proof safes and vaults in this locality. The banking rooms are large and well lighted and tin lixtuers in use are. of a n:i" apnived type. Fire and bunjlar in . .stirance is oirned a'ld everv uaf. .n'aid that would lend addition:! prc has been thrown a'lout tin depositors money. This most commendable enterprise is directed and controlled bv nen of the highest standing and whose integrity and ability are unquestioned. J. H. Campbell is president of the Salt Lick Deposit Bank. Mr. Campbell is a merchant, a large owner of farm and town property and is widely known for his straightforward methods of doing business, W. W. Razor is the bank's vice president. Mr. Razor is a fanner and stock dealer ami a gentleman ", is held hi'li in the estimation of all. Allen H. Points is the cashier of the Salt Lick Deposit Bank and wa? one of its principal organizers. Mr. Point is one of Bath County's most wide awake and progressive citizens and is always fully alive to the W'yt interests of the community in which he resides. He believes that a bank serve a community as well ! make money for its stockholders. oh-ul- Down Goes THE PRICE j prudence make it possible. We invite your J'anking business. Best Irelnnil Creek Coal for 89.00 : Ton. BREEDING STOCK T. F. ALLEN HOT, . -- DIZZY PEELING .. Jwn.gsville. i Atlanta I..dv Irtrnmfnrf nhl anil Annoyiig Condition Relieved, Shi i Says, Ly Cardai. I s.w.- - . i: V sjw I- Catarrh is a local disease greatly Influby constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATAimil MEDICINE is a Tonic and Blood Purifier. Dy cleansing the blood and building up the System, HALL'S CATARHH MEDICINE restores normal conditions and allows Nature to do Its work. All Druggists. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. enced Catarrh Atlanta, Ga. Miss Alice Prances Yonng, of 28 Bast Alexander Street, thl3 city, nays: "Alter entering woNOTICE manhood, I suffered so much with womanly weakness. My buc'c ached. I have the accounts and books of I would have, at certain times, a hct feeling that seemed to go to my head. .Mrs. O. B. Brother and those owing Even my shoulders would hurt, and it her ure requested to call on me at made me very dizzy and uncomfortable. "When the blood would flow to be (livings Ikuse and settle. my bead I suppose that wa3 what It MKS. DAVID STAMPER. was I would faint and feel so weak. "I couldn't do my work. I bad a good position, and this was surely Gra'cs for Rent. annoying as well a3 embarrassing. I I will rent out 100 acres of grass would usually bavo to go home and go to bed. I certainly suffered greatly. !y the month or by the whole houud-.-.r"I heard of Cardul, and my mother Lot a ted on Xaylor branch, well bought it for rae. It was the first nnd only-- aedicino that ever did me any watered ami fenced. good for this trouble." o RUSSELL BARBER Dizziness, headache, s'lleache, backfeeling and other disache, tired-ou- t symptoms are often signs ot agreeable Sec our window. A li'ie lot of womanly troubles. Thousands of women who formerly suffered from these Brown & Black Kid Pumps, both and similar ailments have found Carhi'h and low heels. All sizes from 3 dul a very valuable remedy. Cardul Is composed only of pure, t 7' at $3.75. vegetable Ingredients which havo long & CO. S been recognized as of medicinal valuo in the treatment ot many diseases and disorders peculiar to women. Take Cardul. Harry Crooks having formed a NC-HYour druggist sells It more satisfactory partnership has sold his half interest to his late NOTICE. partner .lames V. Steele in the Beginning May 1st I will bu comOf. !;. ami Steele grocerv stare. pelled to collect for papers each month as I cannot keep up the The Outlook prints candidate's carrier system without the money y. fi-LACY-COONO .' hue' all litwren the and SharpsUurg High, to1e plaved u .Monday bad to lie calledt)fT on' iTcunt of rain, after the game had 'cguu and tlio clubs had each made wo runs. . T'e io li J. DUDLEY Owingsville, Ky. D PRINCE PRINCE will make the season of 1921 at my barn 15 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 J10.00 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. WARNER AVOID OPERATIONS Gallstones, stomach, liver, kidney, bladder and rheumatism sufferers, here is why Stevens' Gallstone and Stomach remedy, the king and master of chronic disease, guaranteed a positive relief for gal'stoiu s, 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, Sharpsbtirg, Ky , W. W. Riddle, Owingsville, Ky., R W. Cornett, tin nil tioute 3, Owingsville, lyy and J. T. Kimbrough, drug store, Ky. Shipped anywhere in the United States on receipt of SI. 56 where your druggists cannot supply you. STEVENS tiEMEDY CO.. forehead, Ky. Ow-ingvi- lk Tn en lo Hospital for Treatment.- (icorge B. Dawson was taken to a and fence announcement cards as I have to pay the publishers nt signs. have vour order now. Let the end of encb month. Kindly pay ll e carrier when he your pi'I heie will be two trustees of the per ut the end of each mouth or City Schools to lie eleeted next Satwill be compelled to discontinue your urday, .May 7lli. paper. It. 1). JOIIXSOX, Xcws Agt. 1 hospital at Lexington Tuesday for treatment for kidney trouble. Mr. D.iusun has known that he was in a serious condition for some time and f r the past .s vcral weeks has nttt been a'.le to loa- e his room. ' Mi iibi.he hat! a sdist in kid-i:- e ili eases to me to see Iiim and on this d'n tor's advict he ..'cut to a hospital ut Lexington. -. Found: on Bethel road between Dr. Wells' residence and Reynolds! illc store pair glasses in case. Large .Id temples. shell rimmed glasses, !y paying for Finder c: have sa this ad. ( FREELAXD DK'KEX. vi iking Oils of all kinds. Swau-doiCuke Flour. R. C. BYROX. Nightmares Have Meaning. Dreams are made up of symbolic notions which are, however, easily deciphered, for symbol mean the same tiling nil over the world and have always meant the same thing. A nlclitmare Is notlitm: hut a dream st symbolical that we cannot understand Its meaning ami t lie image It conjures up frightens us. As soon as u sufferer from frequent nightmares, however, learns to Interpret them unit understai d their meaning, lie ceuse to have them or to be frightened by them. . -