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Owingsville outlook: May 12, 1921 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1921 owi1921051201_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: May 12, 1921 Owingsville outlook T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK VOLUME XLII OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, MAY 12. 1921. NUMBER 43. Headquarters for colTce. ami tca K. l Soliii Kohiiison, UYKOX. PERSONAL, (ilenn I'erry ami Joh F.uing race al Louisville the I 1 CIRCUIT COURT Tailor Young, a Sliurpshurg ne gro, was seiitciiccil to three lears in m:iii, i dead ill Miami, the famous circus Saturdai. Florida. Misses The Stale Federation of Woman's Clubs is in so ion at Danville. tho creatcM 7 fool CiiltiHacker. (..")( Innu tool fii.i!i .tl i: - .V A. T. UYI'ON'S. l.ucy, Xettie uud Alice Thomas visited their brother, Ifieh-ar- d Thomas at East Union Saturday and Sunday. 1'ieiatt wife and children of l.e u. Caiter county, limited Mr. l'ic ratt's mother. Mrs. l.ou I'icmtt and family from Saturday till Sundai night. ti Tiit , u M For FIciNclinian"s Yeast or Cali tfornia canned good.. mh1 I!. t HYKON. I have just recciicd a supply of lers Trait' Poultry Foo.l. t'eorge Young of tllympin, will leave in a few days to his daugh vi-.- in ItF.F.SF. WF.LLS. School Pay !I5S On jicople attended Snmlay school at lie will vt.it Yellowstone way luck home. Arizona, Idaho and Kniita. Park on his the churches at Carlisle. :t2.r0, 3 section land rollers (ict one now at K. 1. A. A. T. ltYUOX'S. Frank Wilson and Miss Ada Crav-n- . of Mt. Sterling, were guests of Miss Cravens' garndparenls, John llonz and wife, near town, Saturday at and Sunday. .lames Stewart and wife, who was Miss Xannie Allen, of Ijexitigtoii. Mr. ami Mrs. IL V. Kincaid are were guests of Mrs. Stewart's pa receiving congratulation upon the rents Thos. F. Allen and wife. arrival of a son Fridai, May tith. and Suudav. NOTICE Sai-urda- v if' - Hiram. little son of Clay Hoy for who was thought to be very low.' was taken to a specialist for dis eases of the head at Mt. Sterling, is fiet my price on groceries hefori' believed to be slowly Tmproving. buying. lolin Ferguson, fonueril of this It. C. IlYltOX. county, but now of Middletowu, 0.. was in attendance at Circuit Court Some of Mt. Sterling's enterprisweek, .lolin says that it is now ing citizens contemplate buying an last tiH'' "1 o - work-- at .Middle- Cash must accompany oopy candidntes announcements. "A nire lot one-half the penitentiary lor shooting and wiiiiidmg Matilda (io'sett. a negro woman. The shooting was only done the Sunday night before his comic lion. Abe Frederick was tried on indict men! for breaking the lock ami enter tin; .! tin Uniiici-- . barn and sentenced to two icars in the penitentiary. Hiram Mallard tried 011 an indictment charging complicity with Frederick on the same olTciise. was given one icar in the penitentiary. A motion to grant bail in the eas" of the Commonwealth against K. ('. Kilnbrell for the killing of Ed Itailey al Salt l.ick a month ago was argued Monday hi .ludge C. V. fioodpaster against .ludge E. C. ((rear for g'iut-in- g bail. After hearing the argument .bulge II. K. Trewilt .illowel Kini'icM I ail in the sum of .fl.'vMO. Thi- is net to the highest bail hod icr lived for auioue in this county, 'iimhrcll will give the bond. Court adjourned till May Hi to allow Win. .loues, Cecil Ferguson Iseuiau Isom and Kaymond Chambers, the voting men accused of rol. hiug a Frenchman and throwing hin off a C. V O. train two or thiei inontlis ago, time to get what they (laim are material witnesses. The grand jury returned 21 Another Good Game of Ball. The Salt l.ick base ball team a id the li'oiiiidcrs. ot this Iplace, plaicl a most interesting game 011 the ingsiillc grounds Sundai at leiimo". M:ill l.ick stalled oil' in the lead a ing three runs to Owingsiillc's llig. At tin end of the seventh in fa' or ning the game stood .'1 to The manufacturers of Ru.vcs and Carpets have just l.ick. In the eighth iimi"g all announced reduced prices of about 25 per cent, from ( Iwiugsi illc milled and made thro the reduced prices emoted last December and we have I rims, sab i.i. k failed to score in j immediately reduced our retail prices to correspond. ! .ne.Hs, ..a., o. w.ei.im.i inning, We ne,CVe the lowest prices on Kurs nave been when owingsviiie went to bat t.. j reached for many months to come for it is generally scorn was four to live in favor oi known if the new Tariff Bill, which places a tax salt i.ik. The owingsiiie hois on carpet wools, is passed--a- s many manufacturers succeeded in making two base hits believe it will be the price of Rugs and Carpets will With two men 011 bases and two men Je increased, out the intense suspense lasted but j Therefore we recommend vou to buv now while the a moment when a fortunate hit by prices are the bottom and while our selection is Earl Thompson brought the two men its best. home, winning the game a score & of (i lo ."1. ' (' 111 ALL RUGS The Genuine Hand-IV- w SADDLE, YOUR SIZE Si:-SS.O- REDUCED IN PRICE . We have a special BUGGY NESS for .$25.00. HAR- 1 OILS, PAINTS, VARNISHES. Screen Doors, Windows, Cloth, Hinges, See our special window display and sale each week. niat ' E. L. & A. T. BYRON at at SIIKOUT, PJPEK SIIROUT. TIRE Common School Examination. Examination for Common School Diphina will be held at the City School Building, Owingsviiie, Ky., on Friday and Saturdav, May 13 and begin 14. Eiamiiiatiou promptly THE SUN may rise a minute or two of every at 8:30 a. 111. Examinutio'i fee $1,110 Those who have taken eiaiiiiuation before without passing same, will be ulmitted without thw eiaminali i'i If. W. KIXCA1D, day but !lainliow . Nature-Flavor- ed Flour Try it; Sii't. Bath County Schools. REDUCTIONS Goodrich. Silvertown cord tire, Goodrich fabric tire and Goodrich inner tube all 20 per cent. off. A. N. DENTON & SON r men's' "trousers price flood values. LACY-COOXS at .m - & CO. Cooking Oils of all kinds. Swan- down Cake Flour. It. C. BYItOX. J. A. Power will repair your watch . clock, graphopbone and spectacles, cheaper than elsewhere. Route No. 1. The Outlook prints candidate's and fence announcement cards Iet us have your order now. s'gns. SHEEIIAX & 1: v. -- '.life' I'EKKIXS, Painters! Ex-tJri-- r.nd PajH'riiangers. Interior and Vi eon:tor. V"e take order" for wall-pape- r, of several lines. Get our prices on. coal, lumber. lime and cement before buying. Right prices and prompt delivery. THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CC Brown Sheet SPECIAL: ing Cotton nt 10A cents for Satur day only. 30-inc- li LACY-COOX- S & CO. NOTICE 1 haie the accounts ..winj, O. B. Brother and her are requested to call on me a the Owings House and settle. MRS. DAVID STAMPER. Mr. rOR'COUNTY JUDGE are authometl to nnnounri Thrashlev W. Marklnnd as a eandt date for County Judgr ub'ect to tL .r itt action of the Repuhic Angus primary election to be We Gth, 1921. Good Buqqv Harness inch solid Ipnther saddle Tin-n-o two inch heavv breeching, doubll hip straps, one inch hold backs, bri-- '. inch . h die with one and overcheck. 3 inch "V" shape breast inch collar, one and three-ciditrace, and lariat rope neck halter one-fourtts for $25 at E. L. & A. T. BYROX'S. FROM THE ASHES At the old stand, with fresh sto: of groceries, at the new low price, I am in position to give you the best for the least money and with this new stock of groceries, new equip ment, new prices, goes the old reliable quality and service, to which add the modprn Soda Fountain, being in stalled, I am sure to please. Ca and look us over. R. C. BYRON. (set TEACHERS' EXAMINATION Examination for elementary certificates of the first and second grades will be held at City School i Fri Building, Owingsviiie, Ky., May 20th and day and Saturday, 21st, beginning promptly at 8:30 a Examination fee $2.0! 111., Friday. Persons expecting to ipialify fo profession this yeii the teac'-Mithis examination. Teach s'lmild ii for the rural schools will elected for the term as soon as of the May examination a o-- t'e 1 known. r 1 ' 1 R. W. KIXCAID, Sup't Bath County Schools. ises .lames Clark, who lives a shor1 COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES distance east of town, becoming ic JJIGSVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS graviit' at a mw throw a ro-- .t in th tirade tiraduating Eiereis-- . her. The rock missed the cow I1.1t 'lay evening May 0th at 7:'.W hit his wife on the head knvckiu; one her down and cutting a seven g.is'i . This class will have many o and will give a play entitled, which hal to be sewed up. It was thought for a time that Mrs. ("nuk trave Little Tomboy'" feed 85 lay Morning, May 22 at Chris- - was seriously hurt but she linallv ! Mine around all right. hurcl.tlie ltev. II. S. Ficklin V11 h l'ic l!a calaureale Ser- M MRS. THOMAS SM00T. " Mrs. Thomas Smoot, aged 32 .lay night May li.'l at 7:30 o' SALT LICK KENTUCKY. years, died Monday morning after the Graduating Class of th She chool will give their class day long illness of tuberculosis. es and Class I'lay. They will was a daughter of Thos. Everman hunioroiis play eutiteld, "The and is survived by her husband and of Ellen." This das will three children. Burial at the Carticnt near Harper's coach t train them penter graveyard Tuesday afternoon, af i 11: has I icon especially trained school-hous- e ter funeral services ut the home. this line. v. Save the price of new furniture, by refinishing Sday 'night Mav 24tli at eight Beginning May 'Jml wt will sell for your old furniture with Hanna's Lustro-Finisek the graduating exercises of are due even This famous renewer will produce results that will &Iigh School will he held. Class cash only as our il "rty days :i ! r u'er pres.-con8D.00 a delight you. It will bring out all the charm of is will be edlivered bv Dr. E. ditions wu will have to ask our kind newness in whatever it is applied to. IcDougle, Dean of the Eastern ltucky Normal School, at the friends to please come and settle all We appreciate y ur HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH ne time two gold medals will be .ld accounts. patronage and thank you very kindRented, one in Physics and one in is also excellent for floors and woodwork, and the ly for your past favors. ometrv. line hundred mothers will leave Coleman Elliott and J. I?. Ammcr- thousand and one small jobs of so JONES & JOXES. the graves of their niau 11 ere elected irusices n ine iv- - June I to often needed about the home. It is made to wear. Comme-cemen- t at Bethel. . soldiers sons in Kurope. These mIik.ik isnturilai. Mr. and .Mrs. Allen, of Tunnel Hill. Sold By :The exercises of Commencemei will I..' g.u-- ts of the l'aris AuxFleming county, left their t'ek at the Bethel tiradeil Schoi JOHN T. KIMBROUGH & SON, Owingsviiie, Ky. The Letcher county grand jury iliary American Legion. 1 aid baby in the barn while they were May 13, 1 tie as tollows: returned 20(1 indictments for viola- 111. Patron's Day Program by th planting potatoes nearby and when unus of the prohibiton law. tipi'.s, athletic contests and base they went to get the child found it with its head crushed, having nil game: Saturady, .Mav 14 at b dead, .ecu kicked by a mule. 111. Senior Plav "The .Masaui OUR FAR-FAME- D U'ing": Sunday, May l"i at 7:30 p Ollie, little daughter of Arch Toy, ' . 111. Bai ealaureate Sermon by S. .) )arri"i, who lives 011 the Bigstafl' KENTUCKY DERBY itlliadlev, minister of the Bethel M. Montgomery county, died of lockjaw CImiiiIi; Moudav. Mav Hi al Plj OF SA ES Mi nduy, .May 2. .k p. 111. Eight tirade Commence Men and Women of Renown From All J Address by Supt R. W. Kin CARD OF THANKS Parts of the World Come to LouisA; Tuesday, May 17 at S p. 111. ville to Witness the Running We desire to thank our friends Velft'i (Snide Commencement of This Historic Race. leiglH ors ami Dr. wno so Unity, by M. A Cassidy, Supt. I.ex- kindly and tenderlv.nsisted us dur- iW-oPul ile Schools. Music bv i the illness ind death of our be CABINET MEMBERS AMONG Tmau's Orchestra, Carlisle, Ky. loved father Wm. Hart. HEXRY S. FICKI.IX, Principal. THOSE IN ATTENDANCE THE CHILDREN'. THIS YEAR School Day Report. The will of Perry Goodpaster, de Following is the report of tire j ceased, was probated in county court Few of us native Kentueklans j Cluistiaii Ill", Ala. Church Bible Schools in Monday. He gave all his property. . perhaps, what a trulj magnificent j Bath County 011 (io-- t Sunday consisting of two farms and about world event the Kentucky Derby lias come to he. MRS. LINA DARNELL. Sdir-Dav, Suudav, .Mav 1st: $12,000 in Government bonds to his Year by year, It has grown steadily (iG years, Mrs. Lina Darnell, aged (hvnigsville I8r: Salt l.ick 123; wife. In popularity, until now It tops all oth died at the home of her t. er sporting events on the calendar; olvmpia 102; Slate Valley 100; thereby advertising the state as mil' .,n Spring 7fi; Bethel fiS; Sharps-th- e Oakley Sunday morning, as Court Day Clarence Tipton, of col lions of dollars' worth of pace In the result of a stroke of paralysis (;7; Sugar Grove 02; White Oak or, and John Wilson, white, fell out public prints eoubl not possibly do, be sustained about two years ago, since (;7: ecled Oak 53; Blevius Valley over a horse trade, when Tipton hit sides attracting periodically hosts of people who spend their money freely which time she has been almost help- - 4(j. Fassett 42. Wilson on the head with a rock, cut und greatly benetlting an Industry ot less. Mrs. Darnell's maiden name CLAREXCE CLERY, Pres. vast importance to Kentucky in partic ting an ugly gash. was Angelina Steele. She is survivular the breeding of the thoroughbred ed by three children, Mrs. Warren Opt. Oivcr Pinney, a brother ot The Flemingsburg High School horse. The list of perwniages who cheered sv. Ilium, Mrs. Rf't. Oakley and Mr. S. S. Pinncv of this citv, and base ball team defeated the Owings the winner of the V.I21 Kentucky Perhy (ieo. Darnell, the latter of Mt. Ster-in- 1 ho sim e his return from Europe vtlle High school team bv a score o would stretch out far beyond the Urn itntioiis of this little article. Sutlk-j.'s been stat'oned at Camp Lewis li to .". and a sister Mrs. Pierce to say that it Included several mem '.Vas'iintxn. has been notified thai of this place. Deceased was n bers of l'rosldent Harding's cabinet: llooster owners do their kitchen work "at ease." There must distinguished visitors from abroad and The Commencement exercises he :i reason why these two million women prefer the Hoosier. Marked the widow of John Burton Darnell, '.he Kin ' of Spain has approved an linaiicial and commerrUl giants from preference like this can never be the result of an accident. It means real order making ("apt. Pinney a 'Knight the Shnrpsburg school will be he! who died some years ago nil part of the county; some ot the supremacy. And Hoosier owners will tell you that Hoosier is the Kitchen of the Royal Order of Isabella," in beginning Fridav, Mav 20 to Wed latter the owners of horses thai si.iri Cabinet supreme. JAMES SNEDEGAR. recognition of his services in a Span nesday, May 2.". cl in the Herin and heavy Inietois estates, elaborately im Kentucky These womenprefer the Hoosier because it is the one device to simplify .lames Snedegar, aged 40 years, ish eooinv during the world war." proved ami pr marily maintained a kitchen work. Hoosier litterally saves the owner miles or steps each day. In the I'erry circuit court there t. died at his home three miles north UicediU' e.UbliSluucuU. you perform your Seated belore lloosier's hiir. uncluttered work-tablare fil)8 cases on the docket, 2(111 of of town of tuberculosis of the most tuhons kitchen duties with mse. Ecvery needed tool and utensil, FOR JAILER survi.--.11 which are for moonshiuing and threat Sunday Mav S He is spice and ingredient is right at yjur fingers' ends. The articleyou want to announce for murder. We arc authori.ed by I :. wife a.d icvcii chil i. stems to me nattnally to your hand, exactly when you need it. Kohert .1. Willains, of Owingsviiie Burial at the Bailjv uraveyanl Kaymond Hemphill, of Sharp'-burg- . precinct, as a candidate for the Even woman who really desires to make her housework lighter ewes it to .Miss Helen Toinlin, of and herself to investigate the Hoosier. Prices of Hoosiesr Porcelain Tables and Democratic nomination for Jailer of to ?o.r,.00. Hoosier Cabinets Demonstration of the Florence Bath county at the primary election Sheihurue, were nii'rried April 2S. 1 1 i. 1. Cook Stove Monday, May 16th August (!, 11121. The Keniingsbupg learn and the 1 lli J I of E. L. & A. T. Byron. at the store Koumleis will try conclusions 01 the d IL IL Warner caught a, s stove is nationally knr 11 as grouii'ls here Saturday. Oil Cook on the oass from the Anderson pond in For sale by the most 1 . Shrout has ?gti" !. ''ling .Montgomery county, ast week. This 111:11 ket. You are invited. l'KKKIN'S, SIIF.KHAX is one of the largest bass ever a nrick business house 011 the lot adMigsiille, Ky. ollice. caught in this part of the country. joining the Ou'" OUTLOOK $1.50 PER YEAR t on tne minute every time. you'll like it. k NQTIUft. We will give exchange or corn, white or yellow, not mixed, kutcI, of our best Hour for barrels corn or for one barrel of pounds of mill SALT LICK KOIjLKR ILLS corn. Down Goes THE PRICE 1 it One Way to Cut the "KCLl h. est Ireland Creek Coal for Ton. T. P. ALLEN ing.-.iill- ivo-m.- MILES STEPS Ail-rcs- s n -- son-in-la- j Ken-Rob- lit m .i g, Good-paste- r, m Two-millio- 111 Sentinel-Democra- e, d r-- a r SHROUT, 0 ll & SHROUT live-pour- OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK, lyoulsvllle. eontiM-ileil OWINGSVILLE, KY. JVRIGLEYS &yA-Mm - truck An automobile by prohibition agents for KENTUCKY NEWS ITEMS , k''J A4 lus- - B urn I 1 j "AFTER EUERV MEAL" ; Mint leaf, peppermint or clous Juicy fruit, either flavor Is a treat for your sweet tooth. are equally good for you. Teeth, appetite and digestion ail benefit. And ail Your nerves will say "thank you." your vim will respond. p ; for what It does as wed as for its BIG value at the small cost of 5c. WRIGLEVS is liked I ! The Flavor Lasts mr mW tight MmmmV MW , Thews ands3fHappyHousewives WESTER! N CANADA 5? JS8w,jMB3S&5 m .vmira mmi ' vi 1 are clad -t encounced them to co where they could make a home of t heir save mvinf? rem ana reouce cose 01 living wnrrr tnev could reach prosperitr and independence by buying on aaiy tarmi. helpinc their husbands to prosper dm ' Land Fertile to that whichat $15 to $30 an Acre throueh many rears has ylaltUd from land similar Iff to 45 buhls of whaat tothaacr. Hundreds of fanners in Western Canada hare raised crops in a single season worth more than the whole cost of their land. With such crops come prosperity, independence, cood homes, and all the comforts and conveniences which make for happy living- are sources of income rcond only to fmin growing and stock raisins. oooa aimte, cooa neiEnDors. cDurcnrs. schools, rani teleohone. etc, sire you the opportunities of a new land with the cod- - ' Tenteoces ox oux secuea aisuicu. For tUmtratftl Utcratnr. tnap. dMeriptloa of rulwrnj rates, etc.. writ ud AlbrtA. Ucpartmcct cf liBtnlffratioa, OtUwa, Caa or 20 Farm Gardens rdiid Poultry Dairying W. S. FtTHEBr. Boom 82. Infer, crita Slilleo Dldg., CtlQmtitjj, 0. Canadian Government Acent HAD A TRICK WORTH WHILE FAMOUS OLD CHURCH GONE Society Beggar Knew How to Get on the Soft Side of Mrs. Gobsa Golde. Flames That Consumed Historic Washington Edifice Also Destroyed Relics That Were Priceless. St. Paul's parish church, In Ilock Creek cemetery, the oldest church In Washington and one of the oldest In the United States, was recently destroyed by fire. The interior of the building, valuable memorial windows, old relics nnd paintings were burned. and the four walls of the structure. erected In 177C, were nil that was left of the historic edifice. Among the historic relics destroyed by the firs was n large folio lilble, which was iWitnlned in a glass case near the chnncel. The Illble was was used for ninny bought In 17-- 7, years nnd was paid for by the congregation with tobacco. With the Itlble. also destroyed, were two large folio common prayer books, the price for which, according to records nt the church, was n quantity of tobacco which was to bring not less than "Id per pound." The first Kaster service to be held in the present territory of the District of Columbia took place nt old St. Paul's church, Itock Creek, in 1701. "Charity begins at home," said Dr. Wilbur P. Crafts of the International Reform bureau of Washington, "but no truth Is so disregarded as this one. "Two beggar women met on the street one day. "'Fine coat you've got there. Where did you land It?' said the first beggar woman. "Old Mrs. Gobsa Golde gave it to me,' raid the second beggar woman. "'Is that so? I've begged at Mrs. Gobsa Golde's hundreds of times, and she never gave me a cent. How did you work her? "'Well, you see,' said the first beg-ca- r woman, stroking her new coat complacently, tell her I was begging for myself. I pretended I was begging for the heathen.'" Greatest Zinc Mines In Jersey. The greatest zinc mine in the New-Jerse- world, located In Sussex county, has been worked almost tinuously since colonial days. con- His Wish. Did I hoar you say you Minorities do not respect majoriW. Ekks wanted a divorce?" Y. Zee "On, no. ties; nnd they only obey them through compulsion. All I want Is a divorcee." It's So Easy to Make the Change sacrifice in turning away from the ills which some1 times come from, tea andcof-fee- There's no "bother and no when you decide on , Postum Cereal TRen you. have a rich, table beverage which fully satisfies the taste and there's no ingred ient to harm nerves or dig'estion. Thousands have changed to Postum full-bodi- ed and they don't turn back. Suppose you try the change for ten days and note the result. "There's Reason for Postum as the better meal-tim- e drink a Hide by Postum Cereal CoInc, Battle Creek,Midi. have good matter with had style. F.xnmlne the point more PLEASED" IS HARDING'S REPLY closely. A nuin wishes to convey a V tine Idea to you. lie employs a form TO TENDER THAT ENVOYS Condensed Neu's of fnftresl of words. Thnt form of words Is his JOIN IN CONFERENCES. From All Parts of the State style. Having read, you say: "Yes, this Idea Is fine." The writer has v " J!. F Liington. Dr. John I. Maguire, America Is To Broach Project To Dis- therefore achieved his end. But In can what Imaginable circumstances WMVr u:is ap-- for six jears health olliier of Li'Miig-ton- . arm When Representation Is EstabFrankfort, Charles you say. "Yes, this Idea Is tine, but tetulereil his resignation to .Major r tlii' pointed Jusiire of tlio peai lished in London Decision To Ac- the style is not line?" The sole me(!ov-- I C. I'.railli'. The major preThomas cept Offer of Premiers Is Made. Fifth 1 i.trn t, l'.od ('ui:ity, by dium of communication between you He succeeds W. 11 sented it at I lit regular hoard meeting primr Morrow. and the author has boon the form of at the City Hall before the commis Apple, revpiol. Wi'slrin NVwsp,iMT t'ntnn N'its Service. words. Tin tine Idea litis reached you. sinners. The resignation was acceptWashington. How? In the words by the words. The Administration Frankfort - .liulse AIo Humphrey, ed. Ir. Maguire baling preiiously ad has derided to nrrcpl the allies' mlta- - Hence the fineness must be In the ised the members of his intention to Ijiuisvillo, took i lie o.illi of oll'n u a of tion lii si nd an unollieial representa words. You may say. Miperlorlly: "He n member of tin State Hoard of I'hnri-tio- s resign, stating that he was unwilling but present s:ilari. The tive to tlii Supreme Council ami to tho Ibus expressed himself clumsily, what ami Corri'i'tioii. lie was appoint- to continue at the in Furopo. can see what he means." Hy Council of Ambassadors ed to succeed tlio late I'duard V. Miccessor has not been named. Ity something In the words, light? The derision was reai bed after Presillines. dent llarilitm and his Cabinet had de- in the stvle. That something Is tine. Lexington. Ward Ilaxcly, com- voted virtually all of regular meeting Moreover, If the style is clumsy, are Lexington. Wllllnm Proton jou sun- - that you can see what he mander of the icxington post of tlio to discussion of the subjerL The former consroMiian from this American Legion, announced that, on You cannot be quite sure. i cries Willi it also a determimoans? district in the United States t'uugros account of the prcMiro of other busi- nation to bait the 1'nited States rep- And at any rate, you cannot see disami a well known PcnioiTiitie lliriire. ness, he had handed in his resignation resented on the Ucp.iratinns Commistinctly. The "matter" Is what actually c announced Ills canillilai'.v for tilt with the (!ennati reaches you. and It must necessarily be to the executUe committee of tlio le- si, hi in noniiiiation for circuit judse. gion. The executive committee will war indemnit.. Itoland YV. Itoyden, nffeeted by the style. Arnold Hennett. Mr. Kimball in past year lias been both consider the resignation. The election lion serving as American Commissioncity anil count attorney. of a successor to Commander Ilaxcly er at Paris, will In the American on Rents High In Stone Age. In its u ill be particularly important on ac- the I'cparalious Commission. Southern California had apartment Hazard. "L'lielo" .lolinnle I'.anrer, n count of the forthcoming state conten- d'sciissiuii of the subject the Cabinet profiteers back In tin fourteenth nnd n in this :nonntaiii is said to have shown a disposition to tion of the legion In Lexington. according to a not fifteenth centurliv. tlie state, was ambushed ami feel that American interests of sclent Hie correspondent whose ir. tlio yard of his home on kllleil be protected properlj, and furthered of the stone age dwellings, Mrs. K. U OV.rien. dIO in tlii' light of present world relationLeathcrwiod Creek, this county, achewn out of solid rock, has convinced I nited reThirty-fourtcording to a telephone street, was thrown ships, miles.-- ! the mossaco South States parhim thnt keeping up nn apartment ceived hero recently. His assailants from her husband's automobile and se- ticipated, at least in an unollieial charverely injured about the head and Hate not licen identilied. acter, in the meetings of the commis- never was n snap. At the entrance cavern he found bruises when the car was struck sion iiiul other bodies now dealing with to one hieroglyphics, which he has deciphbi a machine driven by John Shipley. the European .situation. IJ, W. Mark Owenshoro. Jiidso ered to mean the rates for npart-nient- s Ambassador Ceorgo Harvey In Lonin Circuit Court that lie has "ILTi Cram! aienue, at Fifth and Chestas follows: Mrs. OT.ricn, her husband don will represent tho I'nlted States been ery faorahly impressed with nut streets. One nbalone. one sun. were In OT.rien's on the Supreme Council, and, until women who have served on juries In and a brother-in-laTwo nhalones, two suns. lit court, hut that it 1ms been very car, diking north on Fifth street when relieved by M.vron T. Derrick, AmbasThree nhalones, three suns. Shipley, who was moving west on sador Hugh C. Wallace, In Paris, will noticeahle that the men jurors are Twelve nhalones, one moon. T. J. PARKER practically ignored by the attoi-ney- s Chestnut, struck them. The brother-in-la- be the American representative in the Our corres'xmdent figures that the was" slightly Injured. Mr. l'oydeti, Council of Ambassadors. 4246 Juneau Street, Seattle, Wait. all attention beand uitncs-.es- , among the Plmugna home hunters repvvhi was the American imolHcial ing directed to the women. resentative of the Keparatlons Com- Indians had to pay at the rate of ons "My liver was sluggish and some"I used to think all the Tanlac tesFrankfort. Dr. William H. Kv.nns, nbalone a sleep, or day, or. 12 nhalones but I times I got so dizzy I would nearly Oivensboro. I. Hoy Conines, who of l,ouis il'.c, has been appointed mission of the last Administration, per lunar month. The cave was the timonials were exaggerated, has charge of organizing a Kentucky prison physician at the State Keforma-tin- y will In restored to his former status, largest on the Island and comprised have felt thankful a thousand times I fall. I felt tired and miserable all the but that of the American representaIn It strong enough to time, couldn't even sleep and for days National (Juard company for Owens-boro- , and will assume his. duties the tives on the Supreme Council and the the apartment house de luxe of that ever believed give the medicine a trial," said T. J. nt n time I wasn't able to go to work. announced that twenty-eigh- t llrs' of July. The appointment was Council of Ambassadors will be period. A short distance below the l. for siilcnmn Parker, joutig men had signed up to join the announced by H. V. ltastin, superin"Well, n friend of mine finally got entrance to the stone apartment house Gately's Clothing Store, residing at company. Several of the It. O. T. C. tendent of the reformatory. Dr. F.van3 huge pile of 11' 111 me to try Tanlac. nnd it certainly has the professor found a It was emphasized by high AdminJuneau St., Seattle. Wash. bojs of the Owenshoro High School will succeed Dr. K. C. ltoemele, of tills My appeistration otliclals that It was Inevita- empty nbalone shells, proving that the "Several years ago I commenced done a good Job for me. are taking an interest in the new com- city. Dr. Kvans c a native of an landlord did a more or less rushing having periodic spells of sickness nnd tite Is fine now nnd although I am ble that the I'niled States have pany. County. He is a graduate of advisory part In the svttlemciit of business. a few months ago I had an attack that eating just anything I want nnd as the ltreckcnridge High School, problems growing out of the war, alI thought would finish me. When I much as I please, my stomach never ami of the medical department though It is held that such action as Paducah. A new gasoline boat to be did finally get up. I was scarccbfable gives me the lenst trouble. I' have "Fossil Raindrops." operated in Tennessee ltiver between of the Lnliersity of Louisville. picked up In weight, my strength has has been taken does not nican the parIn slabs of Trhissic rock Ilttb, radiicah and Tine PdulT, Ky., is being come back to me, nnd I am now enticipation of the t'nited States in any presslons are often seen that completed on marine ways here. Tho joying the best of health. project "of a world government or been called "fossil raindrops," tli, Holding that Hiram Oiicnsboro. new In at will be named the C. H. King, "All the men nt the store know being that they were formed by, Marksberry, who was stockholder and world league." nutl the cost of construction !s estiXnnlac put me back on my feet, and I In appointment of an unollieial repers on muddy sea beaches, amj director in the Owetisboro Products mated tit $(,00. The owners arc Joyce hm glad to give this statement for resentative to the lti'paratiotis Com- served by being covered with a utiil Ferguson, of railucah. She will Company, now In bankruptcy, was in a mission it was stated I ollieials that Ivhat It may be worth to others." of mud ut the next high tide. position to know the financial condibe entered In regular rier trade at Tanlac Is sotd by leading druggists Hut lately It has been suggest company at the time he it was not certain whether the Kvectl-tiv- e tion of the aa early date. verywhere. Adv. had authority to do any more view of observations on n Hood signed notes aggregating Si'sOOO to the First National Hank, and that no fraud than this. Ollieials made it plain that In the Porn valley, that the sup! Oo tngton. -- Covington city commiswas committed on the part of the tin American representatives on the Impressions of rnln drops may for llm bank in securing the notes. Judge Supremo Council, Council of Ainbasv be due to plttings formed by hi. sioners passed an onlinani-i:i;moiit of the minimum license fee Shirk gave peremptory instructions to sadors and Keparatlons Commission In a film of mud at the bottom oft of .CiO by all insurance companies in the jury to return a verdict in favor would not have the power to bind the low w;Ker. There have been vv 'MiMPgUin. The ordinance also pro- of the biiik for the full amount sued I'nitcd States Covernment as to politlm fnmifltfnn of M1.H1V nlttinfr vides in addition to this ninimmn for for. cies undertaken by those bodies af- It has been found that after thfj v the payment of $2.M on each $100 prefecting the Tutted States. has dried they exactly rcsemblej tfiOPBXKX IHfEED BOX miums on new business. The ordinance sll raindrops." r Lexington. Dr. flilbert L. llailey. calls for an increase of 51 license fee Insured for $1,000,000. thi kid. LTHt hood. jAiTrrrm roa 11 TLXU. L1IO BY VtltmSAMUO on new business ocr the present chairman of the County Hoard of O. An Insiiranct' policy Cleveland, JDK BUCIUtAJrS OK WWTX was empowered by the board to for $l,HM.0tiO against lo- -- eailed by Has Had Ten Capitals. charge. )WPAKY Chattanoofo'TcaB. borrow $17,000 to meet the payment id strikes or other damage to buildings North Carolina has had at leas teachers' salaries III the county schools being erected by fts members was ta- capitals. Including Hath, Ede Hazard. Charles Kvans and hlB wife Time used to profit today will Wilmington, Xewl power for your tomorrow. were seriously wounded In a shooting for March, tills step removing the posH ken out with a local insurance agency Brunswick, slhility either of closing the county (i by the Cleveland P.iiilding Trades Fayette Smlthtleld, Hillsboro, -- Adams. at the Evans' home at Domino. The schools or issuing warrants to tha of It Is said to he Italelf.il. The reason for so manN Association. shooting Is alleged to have been done ,.y (lf lN klml ever ta. In the custom prior to 1791 of tra by Oouner Holland, IKi, a boarder at teachers to ho presented for payment. ;10' ,.r;,,,!t Women who paint should never shed at mo meeting tnai me ken OHt , Cleveland. The policy cov ferrlng the seat of government to home fcr the last several it was tieci-tet- i a re. the place of residence of the governor months. Holland, who Is a loader 'it trustees oi me scnoois win nereaiier; crs damage to contractors equipment, Krnestj caused by riots', insurrection, civil the temporary meeting place of the mine of the IJunyar Coal Corpora- sign all orders for supplies. , tion, was brought to jail here by Sher- Ilillenmeyer, Lewis Ramsey and Chas.J commotion, including explosions, the assembly. In 1791 one square mile of Ini iff Itichmond Combs. The Kians are I'eatherstone were named to conduct' result of industrial disturbance. nn investigation Into the general linan-clwas purchased for the foundation j In a hospital here. affairs of the board. Ilaleigh as the permanent sent of go, Burning Ship Wins Rce. llaiiison line eminent. At present the city covet. Falmouth. Eng.-T- he Owenshoro. Owenshoro and Dasquare miles. viess County citizens will be given an S up 25c, Oiabneat 25 aaJ 50c, Ttlcna 2Sc Frankfort. Funds from out of the steamer Inonia. on lire, dashed into four opportunity to nld In the. purchase of state may be used to supplement the Falmouth after a race of ll miles to Modernity. Federal Hill, the birthplace of ".My Old reward offered for the arrest and con- save the lives of her SS passengers and Kentucky Home," during campaign viction of the unknown persons who her crew. The Ingouia was bound from Caller And have you any old mas UK "II i 1 oiidoti for the West Indies. The fire ters? vvhi-'will be conducted by Mrs. W. participated in tho hanging of Illchard K. Misirty, president of the Woman's James In Woodford County, if the offer was noticed 100 miles olT Falmouth English Newrlch Old masters be Club, as chairman, and a men's chair- made by the San Antonio Express, a wiilli tin passengers were asleep. The 'unged! Everything In this 'ouse Is. Captain of the vessel kept them In Ig- bloomln well up to date. Jdoston Tran'-man to be named by Marvin II. Lewis, paper of San Antonio, Texas, Is acceptof Louisville, state director of the "O'd ed by Governor Morrow. The governor norance of their danger, and, having script. Kentucky Homo" campaign. received a communication from the pa- prepared the boats for launching, made per stating that it had set aside an for Falmouth under full fteam. Diminutive Only in Stature. Out fund of $100,000. TrankforL Every veteran of the It Is related of Phlletas of Cos, dis Blames Academy Faculty. World War who was honorably dis- of the fund $1,000 Is paid to any one Jo othir lye la packed ao lately ana Upon his belief that tinguished about 330 H. C. as a poet Washington. or la ao economical not a bit charged from the service of Undo Sam who directly assists In the arrest of di"- the aiadi'tnlc board of the United and grammarian, that he was so is entitled to an American Victory lynchers, payment depending entirely o other lya nr oap cleans and dlslnrecta Lye. It Naval Academy at Annapolis minutive In size and avoirdupois that States aUr and thoroughly as Banner colorless; medal, according to information re- upon conviction nnd punishment. lye. Odorless and he carried metal weights In his clothtot was opposed to recent congressional ceived here by Adjt. Gen. Jackson Mor-rl- c greatest cleanser and disinfectant tbe legislation giving another opportunity ing to prevent his being blown away Id hss erer known. Use It for eleanlnl from tlie War Department, Washr kitchen, cellar, sinks, dairy, ands the Frankfort State Inspector and to any midshipman who fails by a nar- hy the wind. He was the precepter of bottles, for softenlnc water, ington. The communication stated -- r Ptolemy Philadelphia. r o washlnx and cleaning will be cnt la that an erroneous Impression existed Governor Henry E. James tilod with row margin to pass an examination "r sxAJuns Morrow a .supplemental re- Senator Atlee Pomercne, of Ohio. DemBanner sarea money besides. A can often mln-i- " to iho effect that only those who A Case in Point. grease, charge in the Sen-ut- o on Letcher County 5S pounds of kitchen or large kettles). service were entitled lo the portstate treasury- - ?G.(4.-I- and turned into ocrat, predicated a asy work no boiling 'Nothing From a literary article mortgage rethe you hare 10 pounds ot best bard soap tint the board was attempting medals. That is no: the case. so suggestive or u lauu.v euuiimoi . 20 gallons ot soft soap, cording tax collected from the county "lo haze the Congress of the Unit. tanner Lya Is sold by your grocer or than lack of grammar." Bos'.ou cletk. The Consolidated Fuel Com- ted States." ggUts. Write to us for free booklet. nenderson. John Skaggs, 4. win of pany, of Pittsburg, on January 19, l'J'JO, es of Banner Lye." Teun Chemical Works Fblladetphlm USA Luther Skaags, was killed when struck recorded a deed of trust to the Fnrm-ciArbitration Is Favored. Modern Instances. by a street car on Green street. The ltank and Trust Company, of London. Striking coal miners, it Is "Do you think llncon wrote the child attempted to run across In front Indiana, in tho Itcher County Court reported, have intimated to the (illV- Shakespeare plays'?" of the car. The car ran over him and for $500,tX0. Upon this deeil of trust eminent their willingness to accept ar"Why not?" rejoined Mr. Storming-todragged him fifteen feet. He was dead was Issued $500,000 worth of gold bitration on the wage proposal of Sir names, "ltacon was n Judge and when picked up. The car was driven bonds due In 1050. An atlidavit of the Arthur with the view to imby Motormau Martin Miller, an ex- company showed that C'J.l per cent of mediate settlement of the strike. Sir It would be quite ns easy for a judge de. to be nn expert in tlie drama as In perienced employe. He testified before the whole property owned by the com- Arthur was a member of the Sankey baseball." tlie coroner's jury that it was impos- pany Is in Kentucky, which entitled Coal ConimisMion, and submitted a miUabes in the Wooil and lose their sible to stop the car before it struck tho state to collect mortgage recording nority report. way; 1 don't like It. Welcome Assurance. the child. Tho Jury exonerated Miller. tax on the deed amounting to $(sL15. Vou called me a liar. You'll takl Explained. Packing Control Urged. " Owenshoro. Commonwealth's Attor "What does young ISJInks tnenn by Frankfort. The State Tax CommisWashington. Federal regulation nt that back or "I have taken only two boxes of; never take anything back." "I ney Smith has announced he will pro sion Is now engaged in assessing the the meat packing industry is "desirsending me one carnation a day. right Eatonlc and feel like a new man. It Then lend me a fiver, along?" "You don't? test vigorously against granting or a railroads of this state, and indications able now" to aid the live stock indushas done me more good than anything will you?" Boston Transcript. pardon to Thomas Townsley, now are that the assessments will be prac- try. Secretary Henry C. Wallace "Why, don't you know? He's say- else." writes C. O. Frapplr. Katonic Is the modern remedy for perving a sentence of twenty-on- e years tically the same as those of last year. ing it with tlowers, and he stutters," before a House committee conacid stomach, bloating, food repeating in the Kddyvllle prison for the mur Hut one railroad, the Mobile & Ohio, ducting hearings on proposed regulaCINCINNATI MARKETS. and indigestion. It quickly takes up der of Peyton Gordon, an EvansvHle has been assessed finally and tho as- tory legislation. The Agricultural and carries out the acidity and gas Hay and Grain. timberman, which occurred in Owens- sessment of this railroad was on a tosuggested that hN department nnd enables the stomach to digest the No. Corn No. 2 white t'ltHMi'.&c horo on the courthouse square about tal capital of $l,2i:-:ss-r, which was tho be charged with the administration of food naturally. That means not only two years ago. Friends of Townsley same as last year. Kepresentatlvcs of the law. as It. had a large number of a white f.l(??rV. No. 3 jellow relief from rain nnd discomfort but . No. - niKed IVJS you get the full strength from the food re circulating a petition asking Gov- the Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas men familiar with the industry, and aiVie, you eat Big box only costs a trifle Sound Hay Timothy per ton $V.ift ernor Morrow to pardon Townsley. I Pacific Itallroad had a hearing with also that the fanners felt it was closer with your druggist's guarantee. , Gordon's wife lias a $10,000 damage the commission. The assessment o to them than possibly any other Gov- 20, clover mixed S1.W1S, clover $') Si I. suit pending against Townsley for that road last year was based on a to- ernment Agency. Bright eyes, a clear sktn and a body STOPS No. 3 D.Us No. 1 white ilftllM-c- . killing her husband. tal capital of $17,000,000. full of youth and health may be LAMENESS white 301f iV, No. 3 mlcd XSff :i!'c. Four Die in Fire. yours if you will keep your system from a Bone Spavin. Ring Bone, Uowilng Green. Howard Kirkpat-rlck- , Whea- t- No. 2 red $Ll?1.lE!. No. 3 in order by regularly taking Scranton, Pa. Four lives were lost Splint, Curb, Side Bone, or similar Frankfort. The Kentucky auto tax 1 red $UVi1i'1..S. prominent In oil circles, has been law, which went Into effect on Decem- In an explosion and tire which destroy- red SLfiSW 1.(10. No. troubles and gets hone going sound. It acts mildly but quickly and good reOlamond Oil and arrested on a warrant from Superior, plant of Butter, Eggs and Poultry. ber 1, 1920, had brought Into the state ed theCompany. the to the establishsults are. lasting. Does cot blistar Wis, charging him with converting Loss Paint Hi tter Whole milk creamery extras or remove the hair and horse taa property with Intent to defraud. It li treasury a total of $l,f37,17S.G0, It was ment was estimated at $lL,.",0OO. The 3Tc centralized extras 31c. firsts 30c. be worked. Page 17 in pamphlet witlt said he and Jarvls McMann sold prop- announced at tho otlice of John A. cause of the blast that resulted In the F.ggs -- Kxtra firsts 'Jle, firsts '.'Oc, oreach bottle tells horn $2.50 a bottl Craig, state auditor. The total for the fire is believed to have been the erty to a Mrs. Foster, a widow, of dinary firsts V.lc. delivered. Horse Book 9 R free. clalrfilng fiscal year ending June 30, under tho Superior, for $3,000 or $4,0X, of a plumbers' torch in the elevaABSORBINE. JR.. the antiseptic liniment Live Poultry Urollers 1U lb and tho title to be clear. Investigation, old law was approximately $S0",000. It tor shaft of the structure. The shaft over 00c. fowls. 5 lbs and over If, The world's standard remedy for kidney, for mankind, reduces Painful Swellings, EnIt is said, showed the property mort- was stated. The fund derived from was tilled with illuminating gas from fowls 4 lbs and over 'J7c, under 4 lbs liver, bladder and uric acid troubles, the larged Glands, Wens, Bruises, Varicose Veins gaged for more than the sale price. auto taxes, which now are assessed ac- the broken pipe. The blaze reached "7c, roosters 13c. enemies of life and looks. In use since heals Sores. Allays Pain. Will tell you more if you write. $1.25 a bottle at dealers 1696. Klrkpatrick, who has a wife here, Is cording to horsepower on pleasure cars alarming proportions and it was not All druggists, three sizes. Live Stock. or delircrd. Llberil trial bottle lor 10c stasis. fighting extradition. A requisition and according to tonnage on commerall of the CoH Medal on errry box W. F. YOUNG. Inc.. 310 Irajli SLSgrinrfsld. Mtis. until late afternoon that Cattle Steers, good to choice ?S."." Look for the name no imitation and accept for the man has been honored by Gov- cial vehicles, goes to the highway fund bodies were recovered. ?i!), fair to good 7.."iO'!i.S.'i'i, common Intlurula Ujtrr Culture Offers of the state ernor Morrow. fi 7.."0. heifers, good to to fair come to Don residents, without drudgery, rain, hoelne. plowlnc or fertiliser. Free Inforchoice .S;!, fair (e good !J7(fiS. Quite the Contrary. Including; U. S. Govmation 12.000 wortls canners 110.000 "I suppose," said Heck, "your wife common to fair ?ISr". ('..."i nnd flexible straws than can be twisted LOTION S01P ernment quotations. Government (ironrers r, Quilted Satin Coats. Oyster strom statements. stock heifers s"W on having the Inst word." Association. Apalacnlcola. Florida. Black quilted satin coats are worn Into becomingly arranged shapes, and insists CONTAINS THE Calves Good to choice S10?rlrt-- 0, "Not nt nil," replied Peck. "In fact WONDERFUL a great deal on the Paris boulevnrds. that arc more or less transparent In nrgunients with fair to good fSfi 10, common and largo very warm, exceedingly llsht character. There nre many of Italian I close nearly nil our PALMER'S LOTION They nre ery well, my ?0RS. eej smart, hence their vogue. straw, some uf black llscre, and still a 'Yes, "my dear, or and ultra AND 1 USE IT. ;ooi! to choice .f.V.O'fi f. fair Sheep Often the dear." Lined with soft crepe de chine In number from cellophane. to good $4fI.".rpO, common $21 til. Iambs, Grown colorings, these smallish crown Is made of straw, while Orlentnl ALLDRUCCISTS. exquisite good to choice $K;'Kmi0, fair to good Nursery Stock. Fina canvasIn; outf.t FREH. A Like Errand. CUSRMTCIO BY fjll.."iO'.rl.'i. coats make ideal spring wraps, chic the brim Is of some soft silk tissue or Cash Csrr.mission Paid Weeiily. WRITE for tens. Mnrks I'm going to my brokers; SOLON PALMER of lnce. as well ns serviceable. THE GOLD NURSERY CO. .?S 50H S.ftl. choico logs Ilea vy NtW YORK 1 want to get rid of some bonds. Maion City. W. Va. f?S.O.", medium packers and butchers Where are you off to? Spring Wraps. Made of Straw. S.Ki, common to choice heavy fat sows Hats Parks To my divorce lawyer's. 1 Cape wraps are In the highest fa light shippers ?S.G.", plga It Is noticeable that the greater mawnnt to get rid of some bonds, too. FRECKLES (110 lbs and less) $G&S.G3. spring nre made vor for spring vvenr. Spring wrap jority of the hats for Boston Transcript. f straw. They are usually the tine nre wearing becoming collars of fur. You cannot -! Kim-liali) lvm-ocnitiwell-knowsee-tiomves-tlgatlo- n h suf-fue- d he-In- j; w olli-ciawell-know- n llrock-inridgHard-iiisbur- alleged of lupinr, ap jiraiM'd bv the ko eminent at ."SI -. was sold r.t nurtioii for SUNK The truck was the 0110 aliened 10 hate bten osed by Huh Laurent'! m illegally :;7 iasi'8 of u'iibk from the ('minimis distillery free warehouse at liretti. It was sold at the I'edoral r.iiildiiig by II. K. Saulley, chief prold lutinii enforccniciit agent. UNITED STATES TO WRITER MUST HAVE STYLE SIDE WITH ALLIES Without It, Declares Arnold Bennett, He Will Be Unable to Get His Message Understood. Gives Tanlac Credit For Splendid Health 1 X V 'J IHTTH LIKE IT STOCK Falii-cntio- Let Cuticura Be Your Beauty Doctor 1 Banner Lye g is easy to use lr. e milk-pan- xthui soai Trim-scrip- s' n lew Life for Sick Man it: Eafonic Works Magic See-reta- rj , irt't Women Made Young COLD MEDAL ,1-- 1 I g I Life-Ti- $."- -'( 3..-.- 0, $2..j PALMER'S sur-ve- . SALESMEN Our West Virginia 1 S(S OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. wphovzd trmroRH irrrrmTioiiAt EXPERIENCE Brings a Ray of Hope to Childless Women anemia from the time sixteen years old and was very irregular. 1 did any I If or washing 11 would Taint and have to be put to bed, my husband I thinking every minute was my last. (After reading your I k lor women I took Lydia E. Pinkham's eeeta- mm ble ComtHiund and 'used the Sanative Wash, and Jiave never felt lietter than I have the last two years. I can work, eat. sleep, and feel as strong as can be. Doctors told mc I could never have children I was too wea- k- but after taking Vegetable Compound it strengthened .mc so I gave birth to an eight pound boy. I was well all the time, did all my work up to the last day, and had a natural birth. Everybody who knew me was surprised, and when they ask mo what made mc strong I tell them with 's great pleasure". I took Lydia E. Vegetable Compound and never felt better in my life.' Use this testimonial at anv time." Mrs. Elizaiietii Smart, 142 V. Sixth St.. Lowell. Mass. This experience of Mrs. Smart is surely a strong recommendation for Lydia rl Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It is only one of a great many similar cases. -house-clcamng Lowell, Mass." I had I was H voice, M lllif PA.CK 4 CHAPTER I K 1 text-boo- 1 Continued. - 18 tin- -- huh umIiiik n mtlvher .if l In- - lirst drgroo Ver tU)'iill. inn) sxxtiil.x lie sliH'il off liis Mioushot's at tin- dour. The door wtii iinlix'kitl. Just as In- bail In mi insttiiil more he was lip toeing, n ilark. sili-n- t llgure. through the corridors of the house, lie held his rlrte ready In bis hand. He peered into Lennox's bedroom first The room was iiuoiviiplod. Then tin- Moor of the roriidor creaked beneath his step; and he knew nothing further was to be gained by v lilting. If Leiinov Mispivtcd his pres. dice. bo might be waiting with alined rllle ns he oiienotl the door of the living room. lie glided faster. He" balled once more a moment at the li' '""in doer to If I ennox had l i disturbed. He was Ijing still. Iiouoor. (.'ranston pusluil through. Lennox glaiii'iil up from hN magazine to Hud that unmistakable thing, the barrel of a rllle. pointed at his breast. Cranston wa one of those rare who shoot with both eji-upon- - and that meant that he kept his full isiial powers to the I...-ln?:nnt brforo the hammer fell. "I ean't raise my arms." Leiinov said simply. "One f "em won't work nt all besides, against the doctor's on tuot-- i is ,it ili-e- r pla.c iili.l xx.is I lie Came -- - - Iink-hani- - Remarkable Wlille drilling on tlie Turkey StMNirtHan, :i Strata. Scott Ilcyxvood und nsMwiates n deposit of Milt which Is 111 feet thick. This strata was encountered at u depth of 700 feet, mid what Is said to be the most remarkable thing about It Is that no water was encountered. Neither has there been any water found anywhere eNo In the well, which Is now at n depth of more than 2,700 feet. The fact that there Is no water nhoxe the salt lied tiiukes the mining of the product uu easy matter. It Is said. W. Tex, ,11 for oil test Track miirh near Txxo miles neross the rV.lges, Han and Snoxx bird saw a faint mist blowing between the trees. '5 hey didn't pl.x didn't :ire. He had passed the recognize it at lirst. It might be line point xx here anj thing seemed lo matsnoxx. bloxitt b.x the xxinil. .r ex en o.ie ter. of those mxstcrious fos that some- "Tell me xx here it Is," Cranston or- times sxxeep oxer the snoxv. dered lilm. Again he pointed. his rllle "But it looks like smoke." Snow bin! at I.euiio's xxasled breast. said. My on where what Is? "Tell "But it couldn't be. Tl trees are money?" too xxel lo Inn li." "You know xxhat I want and it But ill. ii a sound Ihal :'t llrst was Isn't money. I mean those letters that Just the faintest xxhisper in xxhnii railing found on the lidge. I'm neither of them until. li t themselves lliroiiKh fooling, Lennox. Dan learned that longago. and It's time jou learned .x lie lia.l su. , eeiled in gelling .in ibe com li lli.mi:li xx r:i. ii unable to llfl airmix. Inn bail I himself up in rcaiii of the 1:1m. Cranston read his intention in one glance. l.enuo knew it. but he sim bonis oxer the lire eiiiir.l.x eli:uisied Hie blanket on the dlxun ns hp xvenl, I'alti nnd l.e ilinuueil il behind Mini xx rucked linn, anil hiuoke ball Mm. led And But li til in in le II ill last. the lime he had crawled one hundred feel oxer the snoxx crust the xxbole structure xxus In llames. The tongues spuke xx lib n roar. on his Craiision. die face, hurried to the outbuildings lie There he repeatinl the xvork. )' hay III Ihe loll, lied n tiiiili li barn, and Ihe wind Hung the llame rYiroiiKh The shed II In an instant. and other outbuildings were treated ith ml And seeing that Ills work , he called mice lo the prone ns .1 ami hoilx of Lennox, on the suovx iiiiish.'il axxav into the silences. Lennox's ansxxer was nol a curse this time. Bather It xxas a pra.xer, uu ulleieil. and In his long jears Lennox When he li.ul not prn.xod often. raxed at all. the words were burning In.-His pra.xer xxas llurl of Samson thai for a moment bis .strength luiuhl come hack to hlui. P-'. . StliWSOIOOL Lesson Br T.-Ii- Why Castoria? YARS ago Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups were the remedies in common use for Infants and Children; Castor Oil so nauseating as to he almost impossible and the others all containing Opium in one form or another, but so disguised as to make them pleasant to the taste, yet really to stupify ther child and give the appearance of relief from pain. It required years of research to find a purely vegetable combination tha would take the place of these disagreeable, unpleasant and vicious remedies that from habit had become almost universal. This was the inception of, and the reason for, the introduction of Fletcher's Castoria, and for over 30 years it has proven its worth, received the praise of Physicians everywhere and become a household word among mothers. A remedy ESPECIALLY prepared for Infants and Children and no mother would think of giving to her baby a remedy that she would use for herself, IlKV r V 11 Willi, 1(6) ln.lllulr ,.f . hiiiif.)) Ull. XXr.tern of EnKUoh riTZXVATKIl. D U. llllilo In lh. Hoodr Union.) Niti.ir MAY LESSON FOR 15 WORKING WITH OTHERS. LKSSUN Oll.tii:N ihrlst. and 12:21 Ti:.T- -I Ti.XT-Ve Cor i::4-:- :. in particular ari- - tlie li.vly ot 1 Cor lti:i'i:m:Nrii Nell. 3:l-- . MATBUIAI- -I 1. Kings S: JUNIOIt TOIMC-Helplni; One Another. INTKUMUDIATK AND SKNIUK TOPIC Tram Work. YOt'NtJ PKOl'l.K AND AIH'I.T TOPIC or Comtx-tltlon- . i..ii lix ruin it 1. CHAPTER II. j It now." Right Thinking. Let the words of my innutli. and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable In thy s'ght. O Lord, my and my Redeemer. Psalm, XIV. 14. All the cork used in the world III a year weighs little more than lJOO tons. i . V. ' - 2$ - at w It ifn't right to drag along feeline miserable half cick. Kind out what making yen fel so badly and try to correct it. Terhapa your kidneys are canting that throbbing backache or those sharp, stabbing pain. You n.ay have morning lameness, too, headacbea, dizzy spells and irregular kidney action. Use Doan't Kidney Fillt. They ha e helped thousands of ailing folks. Atf your neighbor! At J. butcher. Water St., llreen-vlllOhio, says- "I was troubled w 1th backache and a terrible misery across mya loins. There was dull pain and a heavy feellnc that nothing seemed to help: tt was severe at nlcht. making me restless. 1 tried Doan's Kidney Pills and they en- me. I have had no sign of the trou' .e since." e. - Find the Cause! An Ohio Case Miller, 335 W. i DOAN'S FOSTER-MILBUR- Ct Doan's at Any Store, 60c a Box DJif.T V. Y CO, BUFFALO, E33 Have Yon Tried Them? Ask Your Druggist or Dealer Trial Size 10 eta. GILUEKT linos. Regular Size 25 CO, Balttmon, subninrine-versus-battlesh- ct. V Limits of Submarine. In a contribution to the controversy t,,n m. Sir II. Bacon, quoted In V. American, states that hecnu'i of she conditions constructional attending submarine design, a craft which navigates below water loses n large ptr cent of her surface fighting eflirlency. outTon for ton, the lighting and ing etliclency of n ruhmerslhle cr ,ft of whatever size Is only about 15 iter cent of that of the surface vessel. Sir George Owens Thurston, navnt director of VIckers, Umited. gives ic ures to show that a submarine of 5,-tons, having a surface speed of x knots, could mount an armament ol and one only one gun. 5.5-lnc- h Eating and Wasting Less Beef. The United States Department of Agriculture reports that ten years ago the consumption of beef per head of the population In the United States was 78 pounds. Last year It was less than fCV6 pounds. Beef consumption In the American household, ir Is stated, has undergone a great change during this time, especially In reducing waste. i Renew your health by purifying your system with "Dan learned It because he was sick, lie Isn't shi; now. Don't presume loo much on that." Cranston laughed xxiih harsb scorn. I s.ild "But that isn't the question. I've wasted all the time I'm going to You are an old man and helpless; l.iit I'm not going to let that stand in the xxny of getting xxhat I came lo get They're hidden somcxx hero around Ibis house. watched, and he's had no chance to take them into town I'll give you Just five seconds to tell me where they're hidden." "And I give you," Lennox replied, orders." Cranston stole oxer toward liliu. "one second less than that to go to looking forwi'aions. He pulled h II !" Both of them hrcnthcu hard in tlie aside the woolen blanket that Lennox trembling had drawn up oxer his body, and he quiet room. Cranston pushed his Wind Into the cushions .if now, shlxering Just a little in his arms lie couch. A few deft pats, holding and shoulders. "Don't get me wrong. his rllle through the fork of his arm. Lennox," he warned. "And don't have any delusions In relinger coiled Into the trigger guard, assured him that Lennox was not gard lo me, either." Lennox replied. "heeled" at all. Then he laughed and "1'xe stood worse pain from flits aecl dent than any man can gix'c me while went to work. "I thought I told you once." Len- I yet live, no mailer xxhat he does. If with perfivt coldness, "that you xx ant to get on me anil hammer in X beg-ihe dooir of my house were no longer me in the approxed Cranston way. I ean't defend myself but oti won't en to you." "You diil say thai." was Cranston's get n civil answer out of nie. I'm used I'm here lo pain, and I can stand It. I'm not guttural reply. "But you just the same, don't you? And what used I to faxxnlng lo a coxote like jou. and can't stand it." are ou going to do alut It?" But Cranston hardly heard. An Idea "I piiiliablj felt that sooner or .ater you would come to steal just as yo.t had llamed In his mind and cast a red glamor over all the scene about him. and jour crowd stole the supplies instilling a poison in his nerves It forest station last winter from tlu me to nnd a madness in his blood, ami it xxas id that probably inlluenced in him. .le the orders. 1 didn't Iwant thicxes searing Nothinglike lire, real. Ids dark brain. He sudseemed around my house, and do'i't want denly bent forward, tense. them now. I don't want coxoles. "That's all right about you." he said. It her." "But you'd be a Utile more polite If It "And I don't xvant any sueb remarks xxas Snnxxhlrd and Dan Hint would out of tint, either," Cranston have to pay." him. "You lie still and shut Perhaps the color faded slightly In 1 suspect up, and that sissy boarder Lennox's face; but his voice did not cf jours will come back, after he's change. . thmugh embracing your daughter In "They'll see your footprints before the Miow and find you In one piece. they come in and be ready," Lennox Otherwise not." replied evenly. "They always come In "If were in one piece." Lennox by the back And even with a him very quietly, "instead of pistol. Snowbird's a match for you." ti bundle of broken bones that can't "Did you think that was xvhat I lift its arms. I'd get up off this couch, meant?" Cranston scorned. "I knoxv a unarmed as I tun, and stamp on your xvny to destroy those loiters, and I'll lying lips." do it In the four seconds that I said, But Cranston only laughed and tied unless you tell. I'm not even sure I'm Lennox's feet with a cord from the goln to give you n chance to tell noxv; window shade. It's too good n scheme. There xvon't He went to work very systematicalbe any witnesses then to yell around ly First he rilled Lennox's desk In In the courts. What If I choosy to set the llxlng room. Then he looked on lire to tills house?" all the mantels and ransackiil the "It wouldn't surprise me a great cupboards and the drawers. He deat. It's your own trade." Lennox taunting and calm at first. But as the shuddered once on his place on the moments passed, his passion grew up- - floor. "I wouldn't have to worry about those letters then, would I? They are souiexxhere In the house, and they'd bo burned to ashes. But that isn't all that would be burned. You could may be craxvl out, but you couldn't carry the guns, and you couldn't carry the pantry full of food. You're nearly eighty miles up here from the nearest occupied house, with two pair of snoxvsboes for the three of you and one dinky pistol. And you can't walk at all. It would be a nice pickle, wouldn't it? Wouldn't you have a fat chance of getting doxxn to civilization?" The voice no longer held steady. It trembled with passion. This xxas no Idle threat. The brain had already seized upon the scheme with every intention of carrying it out. The lay stark and bare, stripped of all delusion not only In the snow world outside but in the hearts of these txvo men, Its sons. "I have only one hope." Lennox replied. "I hope, unknown to me, that Dan has already dispatched those letters. The arm of the law Is long, Cranston. It's easy to forget that fact up here. It will reach you in the end." Cranston turned through the door, inlo the kitchen. He xxas gone a long time. Lennox heard him at work; the crinkle of paper and then n pour"I Can't Raise My Arms," Lennox Said ing sound around the walls. Then he heard the sharp crack of a match. An Simply. instant later the first wisp of smoke on him. He no longer smiled. Tlie came curling, pungent xxith burning rodent features became Intent ; the oil, through the corridor. "You craxxied from your couch to ryes narrowed to curious, bright ftllts under the dnrk lashes. He woi.t to reach that gun," Cranston told him Dan's room, searched his bureau xx hen he came In. "Let's see you crawl drawer and all the pockets of lie out noxv." a curs. the Lennox's answer Clothes hanging In his closet. lie up-nhis trunk and paxxod among old last, dread outpouring of an unbroken letters in the suitcase. Then, stealing will, lie didn't look ngaln nt the glitHe scarcely watched like some creature of the wilderness tering yes. Cranston's further preparations: the T.c came back to the living room. Ininox was not on the divan where oil poured on the rugs and furnisliings, be had left him. lie lay instead on the kindling placed at the base of the the floor near the fireplace; and he curlains. Cranston xxas trained in this met the passlnn-draxvface with entire work. He xxas taking no chances on Anil Lencalmness. His motives were perfectly the tire being extinguished. plain. He hnd just made a desperate nox began to craxvl Inward the door. He managed to grasp the corner of effort to procure Dan's rifle that hung M-s 1 I'e He Called Once to the Prone Body ot si-- Lennox. believe, heeame distinct past all denying. It was that menacing crackle of a great lire, that In the whole world of sounds Is perhaps the lnos terrible. "It's our house," Snnxxhlrd told him. "And father can't get out." She spoke xery quietly. I'erhap the most terrible truths of life are spoken in that same ipilet voice. Then both of them started across the snow as fast a their unxxlehly would permit. "He can craxvl a little." Dan ca led to her. "Don't give up. Snoxx bird mine. I think he'll be safe." They mounted to the top of the ridge; and the long sweep of the forest xxas revealed to them. The house xxas a .singular tall pillar of llame, already ghixvlug that dreadful red from which liremen, despairing. I urn awa.x Then the girl seized his hands tin. danced about him in a mad circle. "He's allxe!" she cried. "You can see him Just n dot on the snoxx-- . He craxxied out to safety." She turned and sped at a breakneck pace doxvn the ridge. Dan had to race to keep up xvilh her. But It wasn't entirely xxise to tr.x to mush mi fast. A dead log lay beneath the snoxv xxith a broken limb stretched almost to its . surface, and it caught her The wood eracld sharply, and she fell forward in the snow. But she wasn't hurt, and Ihe siinxxshoe Itself, in spite of a small crack In the wood, was still serviceable. he told her. "Haste makes "Keep your feet on the ground. Snowbird; the house is gone already and your father Is safe. Itemember what lies before us." snoxx--shoes snoxx-shoe- s i (TO III-- : CONTINCKD.) YOUTH Old HAD NOTHING ON DAD Gentleman's Memory Also Weni Back to the Time He Spent in Hot Brazil. Among the members of a tlrm hnv-fti- g Soutli American connections are the Jones, father and son. ISecently Jones Junior, who had just returned from Brazil, xvas relating some rather Itall stories of life down there, when asked: during that axvful bent, xvhnt do ou suppose It xva. aside from tho temperature, that made it Impossible r siesta?" for ns to take our h "Noxv, after-dinne- This Scripture pictures the church. the body of Christ, under the figure of tho human hody. The topic "Work ing Willi (libers" can only have application to Christians working xxith each other; for it is as members of (ho body of Christ that this relationship and obligation urc set forth. Tlie church Is an organism, not merely an organization. As such It is: I. One Body (vv. 12'JO). As a body It has many members, each with a definite ministry or Tunc tlon. ..Many members are essential to a body or organism. So it Is xxith Unchurch. Kach member has Its oxvn gift and olllee. The proof of this one ness is that by the soxereign act of the Holy Spirit all believers are const i tutetl one body (v. l.'l). A multiplicity of organisms does not make a body, hut a multiplicity of memher.s with Ihelr separate functions. There Is no room for jealousy or discontentment among them (xv. 1.". lfi). It would he, as reasonable for the foot to complain of its lot and refuse to function as a foot, as for one member of a church to envy the phfee of another. A deacon who is such by the appointment of Cod shoiihl not complain that he is not a minister. The church needs lis that is, those who are sxxlft to run on lis errands; it needs xxho are quick to Its perceive opportunities for service; it xxho are quick needs its to hear the call to duty; It needs Its xxho can speak forth the message of truth; It needs Its to perform Its many deeds of kindness. Kach member of the church has Us place by the sov erelgn will of Cod (v. IS). If this, were realized there would be the most plliclent among the members of the church. The pastor would faithfully do the xvotk of n pastor; the minister, the xvork of a minister, Ihe teacher, the work of n teacher, etc. II. The Mutual Dependence of the Members of the Body (x 21). They must for the life and sun Ice of the body. As the foot cannot dispense xxitli Ihe head, the eye xxllh the hand, etc.. so in the church, oxen the most highly gifted are dependent upon those of the lower and pride are as order. much out of place on the part of the highest In ability as of the hnvest. In n sober realization of this will do ..; vith selfish pride. II The Least Attractive Members Me Most Necessary (vv. --, 23). the human body the heart is of t 2 ' vital Importance than the oi.ue. So In the church prayer Is of nuch more Importance thun the gift Many examples could if eloquence. 'i- .. n of those xxho wrestled with t the closet, doing more for the .. u of Christ than those xxho shone l. t ill most conspicuously in the public eye. The lungs are never seen or heard, yet without them tho tongue could not utter a sound. IV. The Different Members Have Been Adjusted by God (vv. 24, 2o). So perfectly has this leon done that If each performs Its own function there xxill be harmony In the body. All schism In the church Is due to failure of one member to perforin Its duly because of cn-of the position of another. By considering Christ the head nnd obeying Him all strife and division In the church xxill be eliminated. V. Members Are Sympathetically Related (vv. One member should have the same care for the other as for Itself. The eye has the same concern for the foot ns It has for Itself; so the most eloquent hns tlie same solicitude for the humblest member ns for itself. This Is true because the suffering of the one Is the suffering of the other; tho honor of the one Is the honor of tlie other; the sorrow of the one Is the sorrow of the other; the property of the one Is the property of the other; the shame nnd disgrace of the one Is the Minnie and disgrace of the other. This Is true because there Is n common life which is derived from and directed by Its head, Jesus Christ (Eph. 5:23). tongt.e-inembers Self-conce4 '- without consulting a physician. 1 vt Contents 15luidPractai Children Cry For . . rminl -- .l PER CENt. A Aiclablcrfcparau'on6fAs'3 liniiUieStoiivachsanaDgig- - gir,:" a Have You Tried It? Everybody has read the above headline; how many believe It? Have you a little-on- e in the home, and has that dear little mlts when its stomach was not just right felt the comforts that come with the use of Fletcher's Castoria? You have heard the cry of paia. Have you heard them cry for Fletcher's Castoria? Try it. Just help baby out of its trouble tomorrow with a taste of Castoria. Watch the difference in the tone of the cry, the look in the eye, the wiggle in the tiny fingers. The transformation is complete from pain to pleasure. Try it. You'll find a wonderful lot of information about Baby in ths booklet that is wrapped around every bottle of Fletcher's Castoria. neither Opltun.MorpMM. L.fr.rniRimcdvfor and Feverish icssj Hicsirtttathcfrfir52!SE of GENUINE jjrifferrArnGoHP.c CASTORIA ALWAYS S7 il Bears the Signature of PPi1 'WW i l Exact Copy of Wrapper. TM CINTAUH COMPANY, NIW YORK CITY. They'll Do That. Trumpeter Sleailman I never pay old debts. I forget them. Prix ale Iteldel I'.ut hoxv about nexv ' ones? Ktenilmai- i- th. I let them get old. Sparks. horses coccmNor csx Spohn's Distemper Compound to break tt up ant! jc?t them back la condition. Twenty-iereyears' us has made Sl'OI!XS" Indispensable In treatlnr Coughs ami Colds. Influenia and Distemper with thetr result ins: complications, and all diseases of the throat, nose and lunf. Acts marvelouslr as preventlre; acts equally well as curs. 60 cents and $1.13 per bottle. At alt drax stores. GOSHEN, XSJK M'OIIX MEDICAL COUTAXT, Well men forget sick men's promises. A Sunflower State Social Note. months A Hinvxathn bride of a ' ' If You Need a Medicine You Should Have the Best ASPIRIN Ilave you ever stopped to reason why it is that ro many products that are extensively advertised, all at once drop out Name "Bayer" on Genuine of sight ami are soon forcotten? The reason is plain the article did not fulfill the promi'cs of the manufacturer. This applies more particularly to a medicine. A medicinal preparation that has real curative value almost sells itself, as like an endless chain system the remedy is recommended by those who have been benefited, to those who are in need of it. A prominent drunsist says "Take for example Dr. Kilmer's Sxvamp-Rooa preparation I hax-- sold for many years and never hesitate to recommend, for in case it shows excellent realmost sults, as many of my customers testify. Xo other kidney remedy has so large a Warning I Unless you see the nama sale." According to sworn statements and uayer on pacsuijc or uu luuieia juu verified testimony of thousands who have are not getting genuine Aspirin prej ued the preparation, the success of Dr. scribed by physicians for twenty-on- e is due to the fact, years and proved safe by millions. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t so many people claim, that it fulfills alAspirin only as told In the Bayer I most every xvih in overcoming kidney, Take package for Colds, Headache, Neural- liver and bladder ailments; corrects urinary troubles ard neutralizes the urte gia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache, Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin acid which caues rheumatism. You may receive a sample bottle of boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of AsSwamp-Roo- t by Parcels Post. Address pirin cost few cents. Druggists alsoi Dr. Kilmer 4 Co., Tiinghamton. N. Y., sell larger packages. Aspirin Is the j and enclose ten cents; also mention this trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of j paper. Lart:e and medium size bottles Monoacetlcacldester f Sallcycacld. for sale at all drug stores. Adr. Adv. The Rural Cynic. a No sense of economy "Hiram." said .Mrs. Corntossel, "the man to a squeaking half reconciles sole. boarders xxill soon be along enjoyln the fresh air und admlrln' the scent, e y She I black eye, n present ui She will sue Tjr band. Hiawatha 'World. Is back home. r. ' homq a 'er husulorce. IT ALLEN'S FOOT-EAS- E DOES or corn and bunlofil scho. set a package of ALLEN'S FOOT EASB. the mntUeptlc powdr to b ah&kea Into the shoes. It takes the stlnr out ot corns and bunions, tires instant relief to Smarting-- . Achlnc. Swollen feet. 1.S0O.009 pounds of powder for the feet were used or our Army and Nary during- the war. AdT. "When shoes pinch - Don't care Is as good a medicine for some physical ailments as anything; else. The average man puts In so much time preaching that he has none left for practice. Sure Relief Sure Relief Hot water 6 Bell-an- s ery." Is "I suppose so. Hut my suspicion that while they talk about air anil scenery, what's on their minds Is keepln' doxxn the cost of llvln'." A Lady of Distinction Is recognized by" the delicate fascinating intluence of the perfume she uses. A bath xxith Cutlcurn Soap and hot water to thoroughly cleanse the pores, followed by a dusting with Cutlcurn Talcum poxvder usually means a clear, sweet, healthy skin. Adv. RE indigestion LWfor The "Charm of Alabama" LL-ANS Calls the Farmer to Montgomery County "Why, xxhat?" asked a gullible sis- ter. "The peculiar noises." continued Jones Junior. "You see. the coffee xxas popping on the trees. The sun so hot the grains Just roasted be-s Doing Things, to do things, and there Is no tonic like Unit which comes from doing things worth while. A e'enr conscience nnd a clean life are fir more to be desired than money. Ileal happiness without the achievement of some aim Is unthinkable. God made us The Record. Iloxvell Last night xxus the hottest night In the year. I'oxxell Not fnr me; the hottest night for me xxas when iny wife discovered that my pay had been raised nnd I hadn't told her of It. Nexv York m tt Yissr saw BBBw-- V taiV. I AW saw .Yjl fore they were picked." Whereupon dad yawned. "Bather warm down there," he admitted. "But when 1 xvas in Brazil jou couldn't sleep nights Kvery once In a xxhlle there would sound the most extraordinary noise that ever fell upor human ear." "What were the sounds, dad?" asked Jones Junior, xxith a grin." More Valuable Than Gold. is more valuable, hnn sold; for the latter Is the gift o( fortune, but the former hi the doxver of nature. Addison, A good disposition Sun. A PnJuct of a Montgomery County Dairy Farm An Ohio and Alabama Con 1 "The rubber trees themselves," xxcre stretching s nnsxxered dud. Unseemly Temper. A tuxl il river xxho knocked n man 'iloxvii In (Inieeelmreh street h:is iiiuneil him for iislnc nbusive hinxunce. It seems n pity Unit peileMrlnns ean-nbe knocked doxvn without shoxxlng their temper like this. Loudon Punch. Is Catarrh Is a local disease greatly Influby enced conditions. constitutional HAI,LS CATAUHH MEDICINE Is a Tonic anj lllood I'urlfler. Ily cleanalns the blood tind builillnt; up the System, Jesuits Brought Sugar Cane. HALL'S CATAHHH MEDICINE restores Sugar cane xvas Introduced Into normal conditions and allows Nature to work. Louisiana from Santo Domingo by the do Us DrugBlsts. All Circulars free. The lirst relined Jesuits In 1731. b J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio. sugar xxas made by Antonio Mendel , Comic. but the lirst relined sugar on in nil--"Hoxv's Ihe nexv Flubdub baby?" a commercial svnle xvas made In 17VM "Well. I didn't tell the proud parents by Ktlemie He I'.ore. The plantation! of these txvo planters noxv form a part this, but they could make a fortune hiring him to a cartoonist as' u model." of the city of Nexv Orleans. If He Could Charge Them Off. The man xxho has a wife ami txvo or three daughters N lucky if lie un get himself Judged by their clothes. A Catarrh If truth Is stranger thun llctlon, It beeatie fact outruns Imagination. Knowledge Is poxver. The more a man knoxxs. the more he can enjoy life. Healthy Climate. TAKES UP SCHOOL GARDENS Quick and delightful relief for biliousness, colds, constipation, headaches, and stomach, liver and blood troubles. The genuine are sold only in 35c packages. Avoid imitations. J Polish Children Enlisted in the Garden Army by the Junior Red Cross of America. Modeled nloiiK the Washington. lines of America's school pa Men army. Is the force of Polish children formed by the Junior lied Cross of Amerieii xvns ealled when that organization upon to carry relief and rheer to the children of Kosciusko's laud. With the thousands of ... ' IATL NO. IJLujrjjsprinjgdays youngsters In Poland will gather up equal battlo xxith disease in the crowdtheir hoes, rakes nnd spades nnd ad- ed capital of Poland, Warsaw. In advance upon vacant lots, determined to dition It hns already helped to keep and the wolf of starvation away from many convert them Into vegetable iloxvor gardens. Just ns xxill young n home. Tlie children enlisted In the garden America. Of tlie many things which the Junior army In Wnrsaw raise potatoes, beets, Ited Cross Introduced to the children of carrots, cabbage, parsnips nnd licnns. Poland, community gardens made the Their fall crop In 1020 comprised 03 strongest appeal. It not only gave the tons. The success of the Warsaw gardens children a chance to take up gardening, but also provided healthful recre- last year xvas so pronounced that they xvlll be extended to other centers (his ation for thousands of stunted, undernourished little bodlcp fighting an un spring "Is your climate healthy?" "Healthy! I'll tell the world. Why, this climate can do anything. It can EASILY KILLED TODAY j COCKROACHES atssssssssssssssssssssssslBWrAV go from one extreme to the oilier xxith- out apparently hurting Itself a bit. tt has outlived ever body who ever moved into It." BY USING THE GENUINE Misunderstood. "Yes, I'm a great reader of novels, Also STlti: HEATH to Watrrbnss. Ants. Rats am the greatest carriers of and Mic. Th-both old and new." Tne destrur MUST UK "Kxer rend 'Ten Thousand a Year'?" disrate and pntpt'rtf KILLED. both fiMMl and Dlrertiuns In 15 languages In erery box. "Dear me. no! Nol more than lifty for use two sixes SSc and f L& Boston TrauscripL At the outside." U. S. GuTsrnmeot buya It. s Stearns' Electric Paste ita magnificent system of improved highways, covering the entire county, and has six great trunk line railways leading to the best markets. In addition to fertile soils, long growing seasons, numerous clovers and grasses and the best pastures, Montgomery County enjoys the best rural schools in the South and her splendid Consolidated Rural Schools offer full college requirement work and furnish free transportation both ways to the children on the farms. Montgomery has great stock yards, good local markets, splendid schools and churches, excellent health conditions and churches of every denomination. ' We seek to develop agriculture at home and invite farmers of other sections to investigate Montgomery County, as the logical place for a prosperous, permanent home. This County not only offers unusual opportunities for the dairy and live stock farmer, but is equally attractive for the fruit, vegetable, necan and ncultrv farmer. The simple truth is enough to convince you, and full and descriptive literature will be furnished. The "LIME LAND BELT" of the South is the choice section of America, and Montgomery County, Alabama, is not only the most attractive section of the famous LIMB LAND BELT, but it is a county where the farm land owner pays less than twenty per cent of the tax levy, enjoys a Write Farm Section, Chamber of Commerce, 215 Bell Building, Montgomery, Alabama. (Div H), S3 ('eorgc I'nxne was called tithe oeusicV of his father Wil! - - -KY. OWINGSVILLE. at Ml. cilng. Mr. I'ayne is 'ml c Published Weekly, .ii'd l live Logan jc.-to'. Spencer, spent Su.nla. ith fir. ' Entered according to act of Congress, at the OxvingsviHe, Ky., Post Miss l'.lia Maxoy Mr.--. Charlie j)ffiee as seeond-elns- s inn (tor. Price ami Mrs. Tm .tones xxcre m -- THE OUTLOOK'S Milnrription Ml. Sterling iiiic la last is arc as follows: $l-rP PEBBLE 75r .1. isitcd the . Ilcudrix and wife 45c. ..Months former"- - brother Leslie Hendm. ot j E. D. THOMPSON, night near Ml. Sterling. Saturday - - - Kentucky. jsville, Shields ami Kevs. and Sinidav Heath preached here .Saturdax night nirusnAY. may m. v.m. and Sunday J. R. Stephens and Virgil Stephens xiitcd the former's "DEMOCRATIC ANNOUNCEMENTS sister Mrs. ("arence liardiier. of Far Judge For County nicrs, last week Miss Ilculah Mad s. o ntooKS. dov rcliirncd hi'ine Saturdax alter .1 KWIXfi coxxkk Mrs week's stay with her sister JOHN CLAKK Peail Snelling. of near Sherburne-Jli- s. JOSEPH WILLIAMS Smlie Bonis and daughter . ! For Sheriff 11a. of Pari- -, came la- -t xcck for a j S. M. ESTILL. s visit XMth the former's Deputies: Aaron Knmiiiifr ami Mason mother Mrs. Chris V lard Sunn II. Notts. fcxv farmers arc planting corn lliisj IJOBEKT E. nnv. week Carwine Anderson bought aj Deputies: David B. Mxres, and Isaac cow ami calf from W. S. Stephen Craig. or .i5.V Clamlc Maddox. son of C FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY V. Maddox and Miss Ixctta Cram, 1). W. IKKIOKTT laughter of Mr. Josh Cram, of Klcm For COUNTY CLERK ing unmix, xi.ere united in marriage COLE DAKXES at Maysvillc hist xieek. They are Deputies: Charles Hristoxv and Clin among the xcry best of xoiiug peo Hendrix. for pie and both are ongratulated For Tax Commissimer their l'oiec of a help mate through TIKMUS I JOXES life. May their pathway through Deputies: Ed It. Hewitt, of Belli.'', life ever be bright and happy R nou and Thos. Crotirh, of 1'reston. is the xxish of their many friends JOE AKXOLI) Mrs. Etna Maddox, or Okla, xisifed Deputies: Hoy May, of Sharp: Misses lona and Beiilah Maddox burg, and Stanley Clark of Salt Lick. Saturdav night and Sunday. For Clerk of Circuit Court. OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK i o Men, Women and Children Look al yourself its the other fellow sees you and then eonie to us for treatment. We cure all kinds of A few dollars spent at our store will make your mirror smi'e back at you. shab-hines- s. .jnth THE U. S. ROYAL CORD A famon lite ami a famous tread. Acknowledged among motorists and dealers alike ns the world's foremost example of Cord tire building. Always delivering the same repeated economy, tire aftrr tire, and season after season. The stripe around the sidewall is k in the U. S. registered as v. Patent OtTue. trade-mar- GOODPASTEIt & CO.. OwiiiKSvillc, Ky., Where Hath county's best dressed people get that way. SALT LICK DEPOSIT BANK THE BANK FOR ALL tcu-dnx- SALT LICK, As - - KENTUCKY strong and safe as honesty and prudence make it possihle. We invite your Hanking husiness. Or mow you can measure tire value m 1021 3 "Any Ma V. it's surprising the number tire views that come out in a chance talk at the curb or in the leisure of a friend's garage. OFTEN country to another to 'find s market." There are 92 U.S. Factory Branches. Each one gets its share of U. S. Tires. There is a broad, constant, even distribution of U. S. Tires always going on from these Branches to the dealer. Buy a U. S. Tire anywhere in a community of 500 people or even less and you get a fresh, live tire of current with all the origproduction inal service and mileage the factory put into it. The owrsr of a medium or carostands on equal ground with every other car owner.. s Any United States Tire is a universal full money's worth backed up with a leadership policy of equal quality, buying convenience and price light-weight, BUY HAPPINESS EAKLE IL THOMPSON WATSOx's. THOMAS. For Jailer sam T. JOXES. CADE SXEDKC.AIt. FIX)YD CKOl'CH CLAUDE STATOX. DEE STEELE . W. W. XIXOX . '.. K, X.VTHAX.OKHELL, Jr. I'r :; For, Representative .'. .VAX Y.tiKEEXy THOS. J. KXIC.HT. . . CLAKEXCE POWEH. For Circuit Judge. HEXRY If. PREWITT. SLATE VALLEY Mrs. W. O. Traylor is not so xwM the last few daxs Elmer Stone ami xvil'e, of Bald Eagle, visited Mrs Jennie (!oidpiister Sunday Idabcll Bailey. Xancye Conyers and Mane Manlcy attended church at Fergu son's Sumlax John Traylor visited rclatixes ut Rcynoldsville Sunday-Jul- ius Bailey's nexv dwelling house is almost completed liexrjs Bailey, Ohio, x'isited his of Madisouville, mother Mrs. Sara Bailey last xveck John Traxlor xv;u in Ashland a dtix r txvo last xveek. FORGE HILL Willie Clay Raxvlings, of Reynolds-villSunday with his mother spj-n- t Mrs. Emma Raxvlings. Mrs. Etna Anderson visited her nephew Russell Bailey ami fondly at Salt Lick the tirst of the week. Elder Stamper of the Ore Mines e. Nothing is more essential to happiness than good living, and nothing is more essential to good living than good groceries and meats. When you buy your groceries and meats from us you buy happiness. S. Almost every day you come across the man human enough to believe he can outguess tag on "job-lots- ." the cut-pri"discontinued lines" and "surplus stocks." ce umv.raa fall moniy'i worth " Tin His opposite is the hard-pa- n car owner who sticks year in and year out to a standard brand as the only rational economy. JAMES M.-STEEL- E of U. "YOUR FRIEND." Owingsville, Kentuck, For Commonwealth's Attorney. W. C. HAMILTON'. MAGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT 11. T. MYEKS MAGISTRATE 6th DISTRICT. OLLIE CIJAYCRAET CHARLES MYERS ANNOUNCEMENTS REPUBLICAN For Jailer ROBERT S AXDERSOX. CHARLIE HORXBACK For Representative JAS. H. OTIS. OLYMPIA preached at Ferguson school house Sunday morning and afternoon. Arthur Horseman and family, of Oxxingsville, spent Saturday and Sunday with Fielder Horseman and family. FERRY Wm. Yarber of Preston, is out here preparing to catch some lis.li. Very fcxv attended court at from here. Miss Sadie Ford is staying with her grandfather, B. W. Ford, wjio is very" poorly. ' Hrs. Hayes Razor and children u ' Miss .Myrtle Lucas visited Mrs "lnra Hunt on Rose Rim Sunday. THE SICK.: T. F. Razor is out a. ! able to again. He has been vejy poorly ;Vilson Ford continues MOORE'S sox-pra- Mr. Clyde Flanncry and little Breeding Stock ISlJSJ daughter., cf near Salt Li k, were Marshal l'ergram is having the Warner's the week end guests of Mrs. W. R body of his son Herman l'ergram, xx ln Ja'ks'ii: Mrs. Linda Baniett. o! was killed in battle in France, Kolhxx-cll- . was here last week brought home for burial. M. Hid Mrs. (Icorge Swart r. Mrs. Tin annual Coi'f-ic'- H c of the .M.I Xancy Max s is very ill Mr.- and K. Chun h South will l.c held Mrs. B. K. Penix, of Fanners, Mr al in September this vear. and Mrs. S. C. Penix, of Shdbian.-i- , were the guests of their parents W. The Sentinel-DemocrW Penix and wife last Sunday lookitie. 'ackuard 2,1 and 10 years: Mis. Sarah Kineaid, of Roth well, is visting her brother Oeo. Swartr and I'tter II. Stephens of Stepstone, xras seriously wounded Max 4 lx Mr. and Mrs. Richard Salver ill. negro, xvhom Stephens had accused and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Salver l Brother -- Triplett baptised, of stcalingsojnc. iLsbiiip-tju-k- le. were in CaniargxSundyMrs. Geo. ij . " CAT r,u-.- ' in,.Cuw Creek at Pnlksvillodast &rw SW'iililic knoxvledge, :or srniJttieTl pc l'f.-ciSxvartr niicArrhiVfl;$lnec are t' V. CQoojieff. feln Uias jiistj PRIJICE will make the season .. r. refu&li tnat . kindred scripture. It atf. . graduated in the College of Dentists of 1921 at my barn one and a ill Mr. AjXltfIiUtVlflPi Mis--s Zella Xunce.x'isited Miss-- Mac Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday ry in Cincinnati, opens an office in half miles soutlnvcst of Owings-villMinta Gray attended the meeting f Sutton last Sunday. bo made "Mothers', Teachers' and Oxxingsville. Prince is a saddle horse. the Olive Hill chapter O. E. S. last Espie Wells has caught several Children's Health Days" for the syschestnut sorrel in color, weight week Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Richardline lish here. about 1150 pounds, tee tematic cleaning of cellars, outson have returned from Louisville Sanda'wood Long Prized. Xo corn has been planted here ct. houses and yards, and the collecSnndalxxood is Ihe product princiwhere they have been .under the TEN DOLLARS "Red Horse'' will he 011 the rillle tion ami burning of trash, except pally of Ihe natixc state of Mysore. care of specialists. Both arc improvIndia, and the district of Coorg. Due x.uhin ten days. the heavy things to he hauled ax i . ing Mrs. J. K. Jackson was the Henry Williams went to Flat Creek later, to tilling or d.Vining low or to the ilexclopmi'iit f the sandalwood - to insure a colt to stand up and LACY-COON- S oil extracting Industry, the exnorlaguest of her sister Mrs. A G. Spensuck. business last Saturdax--. dainp places, and to leveling the Una or I lie xvood rrom .Madras lias cer in Cincinnati last week and lisyards and planting them in gras-an- d steadily declined, xvlillc that of Hie - I al.SO have tWO R00(1 .VOling tened to one of Billy Sunday's seroil lias increased. Sandaixvooii is iiie j jacks which will make the season HOCLAMATION BY THE STATE lloxvcrs; that the xvork of Tliur OWINGSVILLE, KY. woods, lis nt fbo nmo limn onil ldnco ot mons Miss Glyda Stnten visited her most fiimoti of all BOARD OF HEALTH. Oay and F riday be given over to the j use for perfmnerj- - and dates cousin Miss Olva Staten at Salt Lick ls ''lick of years. The TEN DOLLARS from SatunL till Monday Mr and Naming the Second Week in May as men and large boys, and devoted to wrecks rei;annHi u us one or later their the croxvning of cisterns and greatest luxuries, ami no Mrs. Tinsley Daniel, of Van Lear, p festivities to insure aedtto stand up and "Kentucky Cean-UWeek." t springs xvith concrete, so as to guard ""- - " ,,1,11.1,,.. .1 1. .1. COIL ,,. ..iiiiii.ii. SUCR IIIUIIL-- UUti ...1 .U XVI1UI1 LUC are the guests of the letter's parents the xvater against surface pollution,, w,''d IlKures iiromliienll.v In religious coins, mare parted with Of bred Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Penix Mr. and WHEREAS, Official rejxirts to this ceremonies ami i.unai ntes in flilnn.tn nf hor srnek InWn In Mrs Curry Ginter, of Ashland, are office show that 00 out of ex'ery 100 to grading, sodding or planting niiu oiner oriental countries'. . I prevent accidents but will not be around them, and the guests of their parents here CJias. si's of sickness and 47 out of i cajunaiuiG oiiuuiu tiny ui:v:iii. of all fences, and celSxrartz is able to be out after a se- y deaths which occurred in BILIOUS CHILDREN lars, not only for looks hut stil' more J. DUDLEY WARNER. vere attack of malaria Orvai last year an average year Moore and wife, of Ashland, were c'j :ing a total of 140,280 cases of for health; and Saturday, and ev t. Long in Successful ery Saturday in every year after week-en- d guests of the former's paA teacher at , sickness and 1'2,US0 deaths, xxards Use, Praised by an Arkansas Mailisouville, Ky.. until cold xveather. to atten Catarrh rents Wm. Moore and wife Rev. due to preventable diseases and was sued for .1,(M)(I by the t'athei mother, Soon Does Catarrh ts a local disease greatly Inflution to any other offensive matter Combs tilled his regular appointment conditio .j by constitutional r. large extent to diseases caused, Its Wcik." boy xvhom he xxlrp- - enced of a HALL'S CATAItltll MKDICINK is a at the Christian church Saturday r sreat'y aggravated and made which has been overlooked, and to ruriflcr. ped tor falling to spell a Tile Tonic and -BloodK,.ll.lln.. ,,n By cleansins GsiUsloiRvs, Ark. Speaking n .1 of III. C'.tm eclaning out and hauling awav the' Marmaduke, and Sunday Xcxt Saturday will lie Thedford's which from fatal by the pollution of the manure . was reinox- -d I.x H.e board . .f ' ll;hV,s KJ!i?3fi2?tZ troin o- vst il,!e p.iMic long use in her household has become teacher Sale Day here Several from here s il and air by human mid I orli; ami private in citv, town and conn- - j Kard,e,d as ''"? fa,nlIt? ,.ned'c,?S" education and held under $2,0011 on d. ,'ts DrueRlsts. Circulars free, AH : discharges and attended the funeral of Win. Hart 1, Mrs. Mary E. Mil, of . other tilth it try .. . ehaige f assault and battery. I F. J- - Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio. districts, in order mice and for- - place, says: at Owingsville Friday. and around the homes in cities, ,"W'?en tho cn',,lre.n KCJ bilious, I ever, to put a stop to ihe l.rc.-.in- g I give them a couple of pood doses, and towns and country districts, not ac.. ot liousetbes, the busy, netivi when we have sour stomach, headache, STEPSTONE. a sexv-ertually collected with elTectix-carriers of the seed of most of the!or ay ""r orufto?lach troubIei wo A. J. Garrett continues very pooran easy use and diseases, and man's most i live, and soon does the work. I cer-ly Mrs. Callie Ragan and daughter .Most WHEREAS, preventable universal ta,,.nly think It Is ono of the best and dangerous enemv. Willie visited her daughter Mrs. A. sickness and deaths are confined to edles made." It will be easy for the counties of j acts on the Jaded L. Ihomasson at Mt. Sterling the people in early and middle ilfe, often Bovd. Daviess Fulton uanan, .Ma- - I,ver Eently, but positively, and help3 u ,n ,ta lraportant fuuction of throxv .as .veek. Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. to young uiothera and fathers, with son, Muhlenberg, Scott the Citv of Ing out waste materials and poisons OUR SPECIALTIES: C. I'j(.mh spent Thuisday with Mr. he broken hearts and homes so 1 Louisville and Jefferson County' out , households Black-sid- e Burl Ray Mrs Frank Brown was ;i. sfi-nand, to say nothing of the of the City, with their e Draught Is kept handy for Immediate Owingsvile Monday Robert Estepp suffering and sorroxv result-Mi- r time of need. I'rcmpt treatment Health (Juicers and isiting Nurses use In ,s halt tho j atUe, and will often nften and wife visited the latler'si nun! from these diseases, causing a to ln- earn,- - all this on bv intensifying prex-en- t slight i" from Mrs. Callie Ragan and other frei?5 OUR MOTTO: 'ial loss to the Stale almost b- - thnr da.Iy xx ;k, as will be to serious troiiV"s. .1. V. made merit, during lts here this week ss Bertha II ... is stinmtioii, possihle by the large voluntary more than 70 years ot successful use, Ky. -' last week ..th her aunt Mrs. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT should convinco o' the l'dpful , xx lien Thompson p Preston Ro.w.-r-t Kj:OWX, That the State Board of orce, Inch the Hoard is calling to efferts obtainable ty t.i!:ing Black-- on dis-Draught an appeal is here made or(ers. for liver and '.cnach and Tr Wt.son end wife, " Spencer, visit h, by virtue of authority vest-i- t he.r aid, (jet a p.icka. today, See tht - Cornelius the tatter's by laxv,'nnd in the dischargu to every other countv to compete ?ee' 11 Jn ow. hRUSC-SALT LICK LUMBER CO., SA.VT LICK, KY. xvords, bears ,tiie package also visited Jiss Eliza Mtic.. " inanifest pqblij duty, hereby xvit;i these more i'avi.n-,("Thedford's ones m d at s jund-.-Mrse. sets apart and proclaims the second in Jln', from Sunday, the 8th, to the succeeding Saturday, the 14lb, as "Kentucky Clean I'p Week", ane it appeals to the leaders of pubile opinion everyxvhere health and civil ollieials, clubs, teachers, ministers, plr s i.ias the press and all other xvelfa..'' .1 'encies, and to family in every community to at once organize for this .xvork in such as will make it effective. It asks the officials of every city and town to at once hax-- the street c, and alleys cleaned so that, with they may furnish teams an.l men to dispose of all accumulation-collecteon private premises nut cslexxhere, and to encourage the for the entire xveek by offers of prizes for groups or classes doing it best. As a tilting introduction and ing centive to this health and campaign the Hoard requests that in so far as may c p ssi'ili the services in every Sunday School and the morning serx-ieein every church in Kentucky for Hay Sth he made an exposition of the .Mosaic Health Code, as modified mV 'modern e pcrf.M ting their organizations as t- - Many will remember the scarcity S. Tires last year. A hardship at the time, but a benefit now. There are no U. S. Tires to be worked off no accumulations no forced selling of any U. S. brand no shipping of tires from one part of the iff that tirtt enma out in m H'3 Tie different tw) for everybody. :et the best possible results, and t send full reports to this office as to what is accomplished along all the lino indicated. By authority of the Hoard, April .), U this l!)2l: M. JOHN (!. SOl'TII. . I), Pres. United States i nited Sf Rubber Company s Tires T. M.COK.MACK, M. I).. Secreta- ry and State Health Offi.r. Kev. I.exvis Dunn, of Hillsboro has gone to .Japan, xvhere he will dex-oi- e SHROUT PIPER & SHROUT the rest of his life Jo a leper colony. .. 4 H H While you are Buying get the Best Hart, Schaffiaer & Marx OLQTHING StacyyAdams Shoes They ,go together (iii-- t AND CO. H lm-cn- I lln.ii-;iiii- , I ."- f!.-i-- wbite-xvashii- y out-hous- Ken-ti-ck- 3i Cdjrxus Black-Draugh- ! AVOID OPERATIONS stomach, liver, kidney, hhulder and rheumatism sufferers, here is why Ste- - i Black-Draugh- t, 57,:)" 1 an-.1- I I c.-e.- I Black-Draugh- t. ROUGH AND DRESSED Black-Draug- HARWOOD LUMBER of-V1- all-tim- 'c.-U-ess 1' , ' loo ring, Ceiling and iding lnt Good Material, Low Prices ' and Fair Dealing. j' u Bluck-Drausht- NC5-H- 1 king and master of chronic disease, guar- janteed positive rcli"f for gal'stonts, or jnioney back. Unexcelled for liver, stomach, kidney, bladder and rheumatism. A trial will convince you. Sold by the following driiir stores: W. Peters. SharnshnroKy. W. W. Riddle, Owingsville, Ky, P. W. Cornett, Rural Koute 3, Owingsville, Kv and Kimb' oimh. druir stnn Ow. ingsville, Shipped anywhere in the United States icceipt of 1.50 where your druggets cannot supply you. STEYEKS REMEDY CO.. Morehead, Ky. - reus Gallstone and Stomach ri'inedy, the -