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Mrs. O S Knsh, of Carlisle, is visiting her ister Mrs Laura Knsh this week. Dr. Adaliue Bell, Cynthiana, spent the week end with her neiee, Mrs. Edgar Denton. KINCAID 1 -- 1 f Av- - ... -- Dr. A. W. .lones attended the State The Outlook prints candidate's fence citing of the Knights Templar announcement ranis ami signs. Let us have your order now. Ml. Sterling last week. Win. T. .lours and family, of Cyn AlMmt a million and a half dollars, thinim. attended the funeral of John was realized on tin .ale of Camp V. Darnell Saturday. Taylor property. Mi-Madrlinc Denton and Ida ItoM-r- , of Lexington, vistod Mr. and I. A. Power will repair your wafel Mrs. A. X. Denton Thursday. clock, graphophone and spectacles, Mrs. J. J. Nesbitt has returned cheaper than elsewhere. Route No. 1. from a visit to her daughter Mrs. Wilson Strader at Lexington The Rounders, more than half ot Mrs. Laura Knsh has returned their team comjioscd of ''pick-ups,- '' were defeated ly the Morehead team from a week's visit to her daughter! Mrs. ("has. Warren at Ashland. Sundav liv a score of 7 to 1. Rev. Joe Jones, of Cynthiana. ath Brown Sheet- tended the funeral and preached the SPECIAL: ing Cotton at 10' cents for Satur- funeral ilisronrse of John Darnell day only. viliirday. & CO. S Jas. King, Henry Watson, Clark Patterson, Bridges White and Matt Class No 2 of Salt Lick Sunday Mt. Sterling, were here FriSchool will give an ice cream supper Hunt, of day attending court. Saturday night, the proceed for the Mrs. L. K. Weddlc and little son benefit of the school. Edgar Rolph came Sunday to spend flet our prices on coal, lumber, M'vornl weeks with her parents Mr. lime and cement before buying. Right and Mrs. J. T. Rolph. prices and prompt delivery. Dork Stone, of Oiner, W. Va.f lelt THE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO .'or Friday, after a visit of v- .several ilav. to relatives near The period in which the law reiming" and Owirigsville. n quires that "eggs" shall lte candled Mrs. David Stamper left Monday May'15 and will not end until It visit her daughter Miss Etna January 15. hamper, who has a position as e at Hazard, K awarded to Miss A medal was Clyde Peed, who has a good job orated in the class colors, gold r Ware, of Murray, Ivy., for having attended school seven conseeu-lias a pipe line man in the Hell Creek wlrte, and many beautiful flow year, vsdiout having misseil n oil fields, Lee county, came home last D- -. E. ('. McD mgle. Dean of East da v. neck to visit his family. Kentucky Normal School gave, Miss Nettie Belle Arnold, who at- audience and Class an address w iMrs. John D. Manley, who was tends Kentucky University, Lexing- was highly complimented ns a t! taken to the hospital at Lexington ton, was here to take teachers' ex- er address for the occasion." for treatment, as mentioned last amination Friday and Saturday. C. F. Martin in brief but well week, returned Saturday much im.Miss Yirgalinc Byron, who attends words presented the diplomas. proved and in fair way of recovery. Rev. C. L. Wilson present e! Kentucky College, for Women, DanGold Medal given in Physics ville, was homg. Friday and SaturThe Confederate veterans of the was won by Lydin Jane Mnxey. will hold their annual meeting day to take the tea'encrs' examinaState R. W. Kiiu-aipresented Hit ' tion. this vear at the Confederate IIomi- Medal K'vea jn. PJane.Oeonxetry -- Miss atAlta' Chandler, 'who is' jValley; near LoulsSville, be man Salyer won the medai in q tending State University at Lexing-- , ginning Wednesday, June 8. etry nut linn a very close s 'jjii spent from Friday till Monday had an average for th The trustees of the College for with her parents Riley Chandler and of 05 per cent while In "Women at Danville, have voted to wife. Crooks had an average of 05 0 change the course from that of a Miss Lucille Yice, who attends cent and John T. Kimbrough a junior college to an A. B. College, Kentucky College for Women, Dan-JjllOre', third. The Owingsville .making it the first A. B. College for visited her parents Mr. nnd assisted by Joe Bogie of Mt. women in the State. ''.I'.rs. J. L. Vi e from Thursday until ling furnished music. 5unday. The Commencement exercises Hawkins Brack r Reese Duff, wife and daughter, o nre.tojie COllllllf. Hawkins, aged GO years, Brack Lexington, motored over Sunday an died at his home near Bethel Sunday ipont the day with Mr. DufTs broil-morning of kidney trouble. He is Rol.t. Duff and family, returnii' survived bv several children. The iime Monday moniing. burial was at flilead Tuesday. Carroll Estill Byron, who has be. The well known ns "Jacob's Well" trying out a job on the Lexingt in Syria is still in existence, says Herald, has returned and taken' Frederick J. Haskins, in nnswer to his old position ns liookkoeper ' ; a question. A church built over till the Owingsville Banking Co. well was destroyed during' the cni- Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Burnaiigh, sades. Chicago, came Monday to spend couple of days wtih Mrs Burnaiv LOST; at gasoilne tank at Flat uncle nnd aunt R. II., and Mis V Creek store or between that and Conner. Mrs. Burnntigh was containTapp's store a pocket-booJuelda Conner before her marrii ing about eight dollnrs. Please reJohnson Young and wife, wh turn to owner and receive reward. Lillian Shrout, arrived at T MRS. DORA CROUCH, Orelaus Monday from British II . Phone 115.7. Owingsville, Ky., R 1. duras, where Mr. Young has a.j. sition in the fniit business, will In the game of baseball Sunday home todav to visit Mrs. You between Farmers and Wyoming at pari'nts N. A. Shrout and wife. the latter place, Allen Vanlanding-haFrank Cross, nfter spending, one of the Wyoming players, Ills winter in Florida, where he has. had his collar bone broken and by a collision range grove, enme home last w hi ulder badly with another player. Wyoming won for the summer. Frank says i railroads got all the profits of the; "'fT ii"M siaiiiisli- -the game. range crop this season. Next year liients for the repairing of bo.ds Sentinel-Democrlooking back- ic will try the watermelon crop also. and shoes in this part of the State, ward 25 and 35 years: T. S. Shrout nfter a business trip including machinery for scwid on and other mending and J. J. Thomas, S. V. Johnson and to Bowling Green and vicinity says half-solTaylor Fitzpatrick of Preston, Ba'.U there is much activity in the oil fields harness nnd sade'o repair work. county, have all had houses burr.ed f Warren and adjoining counties Your shoes repair-i- while you vait, by incindiaries the past week. ut that the excitement has in Inrgc or send your work by pareel post Spencer C Alexander, of Lexing- .eeasuer abated nnd business is and receive it by nturn mail propton, and Miss Lizzie Lewis, daugh transacted with saner judgment than erly done. ter of Dr. II. H. Lewis of Bath coun was the rase last fall. FROM THE ASHES ty, married May 20, 1880. Seudder Coyle, of Cleveland, Ohio, At the eld stand, with fresh sto:k lttended the Knight's Templar eon Twelve Take Teachers' Examination clave at Mt. Sterling last week and of groceries, at the new low prices, An even dozen applicants for cei- - visited Owngsville, his old home. He I am in position to give you the best trfieates took the examination here is a son of Whaley Coyle and wife, for the least moneyand with this Friday and Saturday. The grading who left here over thirty years ago. new stock of groceries, new equipof these examinations will he done Seudder says there is much uneni ment, new prices, goes the old reliable quality and service, to which add at Frankfort by the State Board of ployed labor in Cleveland. the modern .Soda Fountain, being inThe names of the appliEducation. Eugene Brother left Sunday for a stalled, I am sure to please. Call cants follow: stav of some time at Hazard. This and look us over. Misses Virgaleen Byron, Grace is Mr. Brother's second trip to Haz R. C. BYRON. Crooks, Lucille Vice, Mrs. Burns ard and he gives a glowing account Tackett, Misses Gladys Ponder, f the business conditions of this Plan for a fourth of July Jennie B. Leggett, ftmma Lee Adams driving mountain town where there at Flemingsburg nrp already Peaehie Ra'cliffe, Mrs. Sophia Jack ''x considerable Bath county colo being formulated. , I son, Mr. Edgar Cassity, Mrs. J. L. i. V,aall of whom are prospering. K Jackson Miss Nettie Belle Arnold. -f Get r?y price on groceries before Miss Vclla M. Seottow, of rt, coached the play put on by thp buying. coffees and teas, narters for R. C. BYRON. High School class here Monday, R. C-- BYRON. r4 36-ineLACY-COOKcom-p'et. be-gasten-niipher On-niV d tiv-.-m7-- !) e, -- night, and to her efforts are due Sentenced to Five Years in State milch of the success and enjoyment Reformatory. of this play. Miss Scot tow I'as acted as coach for the High School Cecil Ferguson tried on an indictplays line for several season. She ment for robbing Jean Tiran, a was the guest of MUe Chirr and on a C. & (). freight Nettie Belle Arnold. train and afterward putting the man off the moving train, was found OWINSSVILLE CITY SCHOOL guilty by the .jury and sentenced to live years in the State prison. The COMMENCEMENT Frenchman, who had been in this EXERCISES country only a few months, could The Baccalaureate Senium at the not speak English and his testimony Christian Church Sunday morning vas interpreted by Mrs. Espy Warwas an iimtMially good one and wa who speaks English well. n preached by Brother II. S. Ficklin. ier was tried separately from n exThe music for the occasion was Isom and Raymond Chambers cellent ami the decorations wen en. jointly with Ferguson for Ijnitc an interest was Ibis crime. The cases against Isom iM.inilV.-t.--'l in this servii c ami a and Chambers were dismissed, then large cn-uwas present. being no evidence to convict them. The Eighth Grade graduating exIn fact the Frenchman testified that ercises on Friday evening was greetthe four men who robbed him would ed by a very large crowd and the vahave thrown him off the swiftly mov-n- g rious members of the class performtrain into the creek at Slate ed their parts well ami deserve creit-i- t ridge where it is probably 40 feet and praise fur the splendid exerto the water, had they not been precises that they gne. by Chambers and Isom who The Senior Class exercises am! vented laimed that they had nothing to do e play i n Monday evening was a with this gang of robbers and hoboes in every way. The siicre-but were on their way to seek em Fane (Vinedy, "The Elopement of iloyment in Tennessee coal mines. Ellen," that the graduating class The robbers seem to have been complayed was one of the best and most posed of Ferguson, Win. Jones, who ably performed that the school has made his escape from jail here reever rendered. Each and every character played Iher part well and the cently, and two unidentified men who left the train at Winchester on audience left the auditorium prais the night of the robbery. Ferguson ing the excellent rendition, of the play. The Owingsville Orchestra is but 19 years old and is a son of furnished the music for the occasion. John Ferguson, who moved from the eastern part of tins county two or The (ira.inating exercises of the Senior Class of the High School on three years ago to Ircnton, Ohio, where he now lives. Cecil was rear- Tuesday evening was, indeed, a sir ken to i ess. The stage was beautifully d Fer-usoIse-malii-tr- PUBLIC SALE As executor The Genuine Hand-Mad- e,, SADD E, YOUR SIZE of tho estate of the- late Mrs. - S3S.O.O We have a special BUGGY HAR- Emily liradbury L will offer for sale on NESS for $25.00. OILS. PAINTS, VARNISHES. Screen Doors, Windows, Cloth. Hinges, See our special window display and sale each week. SATURDAY, MAY 28 1921, at two o'clock p. m. at the late residence in Owingsville, all the household and kitchen furniture, some spe cial features being beds, bedding, rugs and druggets, some of w hich are good as new. gains. Come and attend this sale and secure some rare bar- E. L. & A. T. BYRON Terms made known on day of sale. 0. W. FRATMAN Executor DISSOLVED The firm of Steele & Crooks having dissolved I am continuing the business at the old stand with as good a Jine of groceries as can be found. Thankful for the liberal patronage of the past ask a continuance of the 5ji FLORENCE STOVES OIL COOK FLORENCE is a triple blessing bakes, cooks and roasts and docs it easily and at the same time. No ashes.no smoke, no fires to poke, no dampers to regulate. No wicks.no valves. Burns kerosene. Come in and see how simply this oil stove works; how the in-tensely hot blue flame means more heat and less care. Let us show you why the Florence Portable Oven with its baker's arch assures even baking, tempting pastries and roasts. well-brown- A mo. JAMES M. STEELE Owingsville, Kentuck, Report of the Condition of SALT LICK DEPOSIT BANK r.usiness 1 More Heat Less Care State of Ken- - town of Salt Lick, County el Bath, the close of husincss on 7 day i C Muv. 1!'21. at the E. L. & A. T. KYEO.N7 Report of ' RESOURCES 1 Discounts s, secured and unsecured Bonds and other Securities Hiuiks $197,337.24 5,32(5.40 .... .if Condition n VJ Ken- EXCHANGE BANK 04,85.MI hand House, Furniture and Fte tures ....Total.. ... 25,3(jS7'J ... 10,97(1.52 2,500.00 .f30(i,358.92 doing business at the town of Sharp shurg, county of Bath, State of tucky, at the close of business on 7th day of May, 1921. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts j Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other Securities Due from Banks ... .. Cash on hand Hanking House, Furniture and Fixtures Other Assets not included under any of above heads ....Total. LIABILITIES if.'upitaljSk-ck..... t. i. , LIABILITIES .?. paid in, in cash $30,000.00 ' ; 10,000. )' ....is Fund ' Fudividt'd Prolits, less expenses and taxes paid 14.519.10 Deposits stihject to cheek ,..f249,:7r.04" egro man was arrested at Jit. Cashier's cheeks outstanding $ . 000.00 249,671.04 ig charged with assaulting Due Banks and Trust Companies . 517 wrioiisly wounding Hoy Sexton (Mher Liabilities not included under any of uhovc heads .... 2,163.01 t Lick n few weeks ago. The Total.......... $30G,35S.92 was identified ly Seston as jas he saw him. IVlir.JoriOftviSi COUNTY OF BATH . -- ' Inegroes liCLilt.il Arrested STATE OF KENTUCKY times Jit used of this crime We, J. II. Campbell and Allen II. Ifoints I 'resident and Cashier of tho hen taken hefore Sexton he above named Bank, do solemnly swear tha the above statement is true to to identify any of them. Sex- the best of our knowledge and belief. heen at a hospital under J. II. CAMPBELL, President nent for his injuries until re- ALLEN II. POINTS, Cashier '. The negro's name was Croek- nnerly from Bethel. Subscribed and sworn to before me this IS day of May, 1921. My Commission; expires Feb. 24, 1924 C. D. RAZOR, bf Justice of tho United Sta Xotarv Public. d White died at his home in City Friday morning, Iiington ranks with the Report of the Condition of the ths country has produe-jll- e was a native of Louisiana BETHEL BANK Catholic in rel'gi and the (vas that religion to occupy a doing business at the town of Bethel, Cuuty of Bath, State of Kentucky, , the Supreme Court hench. at the close of business on 7th day of May, 1921. 119,983.50 761.67 5,100.00 11,955.07 . .. 65526 4,000.00 65.95 $148,721.45 (.. .. paid .jn.m .cash i ,:i -( .,,,.:.,jf hi.. i , ,,,tll$2p000..p0l. , 1,720.16 , 7 ;t....f - i..,: Cndiv'iiled Profits, Jess. expenses and.laxes paiA. Deposits subject to check ashler's checks outstanding Due Banks and Trust Companies Reserve for taxes STATE OF KENTUCKY 0UMTY OF BATH 114,415.23 000.00 $ . 114,415.23 1,1623 923.83 $148,721.45 i ....Total.... k, We, F. S. Allen and S. C. Allen Preside and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly snuir that the a!iove statement is true to the best of our knowledge and he'ief. F. S. ALLEN, President S. C. ALLEN, Cashier. Subscribed ami sworn to before me this 14th day of May, 1921. My Commission expires Jan. 12, 1922. W. S. LINDSAY", Notary Public. brul f n" at es - -- ;'e Outlook still has a consider able quantity of garden seeds for Loans and Discounts free distribution. If you want them Overdrafts, secured nnd unsecured confls and get them as they will he Stocks, Bonds and other Securities destroyed if not given away. "he from Banks Cash on hand Pie Oivinqs' i'le High School base Checks and other cash items ball team defeated the Mt. Sterling Bunking House, Furniture and Fix hire High School team Friday by a score of 10 to 2 on the lnttcr's LIABILITIES grouuds. Attorney General Chas. T. Daugh-ert- y has announced his opinion that women who arc. legally qualified to vote must pay an average poll tax of $1. All white nnd white Enamel Ware Sale Saturday, May 28th. See window. Prices marked in plain ligun i E. L. & A. T. BYRON.' RESOURCES . 48,5(7.(2 1,175.01 19,33S.( 0 .... 14,319.5s 4,104.49 VULCANIZING Bring your old tires in and have them repaired for tiie summer. Do not throw them away. Let us make new ones out of them for you for half price of new tires. All work warranted. CHOOKS & STAMPER. . 57.51 4,100.0.1 ..Total.. $91,li(2.2 Capital Stock paid in, in cash Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid Deposits subject to cheek $55,875.42 Time Deposit Due Banks nnd Trust Companies ' lpaid Dividends $10,385.00 15,000.nu S,50().OO 1,702.27 4 -- Total.. 13S.01 1.50 91,((J2.20 STATE OF KENTUCKY COUNTY OF BATH iWe, T S. Iio'eitsin and .1. P. Bat linger President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is Initio the best of our knowledge and belief. For Fleischiiniii's Yeast or fornia canned goods, f.ee Cali- DownGoes THE PRICE Best Island Creek Coal for $9.00 a Ton. 6clc-brati- R. C. BYRON. A nice lot of men's trousers price Good values. lf LACY-COON- at T. S. KOHKKTKOX, nt. one-ha- Fr-ik- S & CO. OUTLOOK $1.50 PER YEAR. J. P. BALLINOER, udder. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th day of May, 1921. My Commission expires April 7, 1923. LITTIIEIt PIERATT, Notary Public. T. F. ALLEN r art l V OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL THREE YEAR OLD V WASHED ASHORE Kingman Tells of Adventure Childhood When Fathers Ship Was Wreckea. NEWS CULLINGS From I Kentucky 'iS ogciueli, believed to be professionals, blew the safe of Wells & Frank, clothing merchants, mid took l Hazard LATER EXPERIENCE Re. $1.010. .tares That the Way Tanlac tored Her Health Is More Remarkable Than Anything She Has Ever Hkd Happen to Her. liml Mime remarkable experiences In my life, lmt none more won- "I've Mt. Vernon. ISobcrt Unbelts, who is alleged to have shot and killed his father. Tenor Huberts, near Hazel litoh. was captured at Livingston, near here, by Jailer Lhesny and brought here to Jail. Tho trouble came, up over the division of moonshine liijuor. It is re- ported. derful than the way Tanlac overcame my troubles ami iiimle me pain twenty pounds," was the statement of Mrs. Christina K. IMngnian. 1210 Alice .St, Oakland. Calif, line of the oNiiorieiiocs to which Mrs. Dlngwan refers Is well known to her friends. When n child of three years, accompanying her father, a noted sen cnptnln, on :in ocean trip, the vessel was wrecked, hut she wns almost miraculously sncd. the Coldlc Johnson, 15, Ilcndrrson. white, was sentenced to three jcars In the state reform school by acting County Judge John I. Horsey, Jr., on charge. The girl, on Incorrigibility after sentence, asked the court to niako it the instead of threo years, because sho wanted to he "hor own boss" when she was released. . l'lemingvburg. Following suicide in small Ihix Into which she was put being WHshetl ashore. According to her statement. Mrs. IMngiiMn enJoyel the best of health until three years ngo when she began to suffer from a had form of stoiunch trouble mid later from rheuniHtlMii. How she was completely restored to health Is best told In her own words : "Nobody knows how I suffered for the past throe years. No matter how carefully I ate 1 would endure ngo-nlafterwards from smothering ami kinking spells. Sometimes they were so severe 1 would full to the floor and would have to be carried to bed. 1 went for days at a time without eating, as 1 dreaded the misery I knew would follow, no matter what 1 ntc. Then rheumatism set In and my shoulders and arms hurt me so I couldn't comb my hair. My buck felt like It was breaking In two. "I was almost In the depths of when I began on Tanlac, but this grand medicine has made me a well and happy woman. I'm not even troubled with constipation now, thanks to Tablets, which are far the superior to anything of the kind I ever tried. It seems almost too good to be true, but here I am In the best of health and spirits after I had given up hope, and I'll always praise Tanlac for It." Tanlac Is sold by leading druggists everywhere. Advertisement. ir I.iyton, Ohio, when he had been residing, the body of I'niest riiiiiinier, 17, formerly of riemiiigliurg. arrived Lore for burial, Plumtncr drank carbolic ncid. Xo reason is known for (he act. He is ald to liae been in good health nnd spirits less than a week before the deed. radncah. The commissioners approve d plans for a Sl'il.tWO addition to the liiversidc City Hospital, mt hiding provision for a modern laboratory and additional operating room. Contract way system dnwnlmvp, for a nnd for approximately two miles- of new street surfacing and sidewalks were let. new-whit- Uarbourville. Ben K. I'arker, traveling man and ow ner of two businesses In this city. Was accidentally killed when st nick by an automobile, driven by Mrs. W. It. ljiy. Mr. I'arker was talking to occupants of a car which was slowly moving and did not hear the approach of the machine, .stepping directly in Its path. He died In a few minutes. Grim Jest. "I want some o them toilet articles mentioned In your catalogue. said Cactus Joe as he approached the Kvcollcnt uc of tho young lady in charge of the novelty public school buildings during summer counter. vacation will he made by the city "Just what kind?" health department. For the llrst time "Playln cards, an' poker chips." in the history of the department, clin"Vou don't call them toilet artiics will be held at the various buildings cles?" leastways the last few times by the school physicians with a special "I do; I've used "cm they cleaned me proper." view to examining and treating chilto enter school next, dren who Ilatbourville. Concussion of the brain, a broken arm and a broken ankle constitute the injuries received by Mrs. Florence Chadwoll when she stepped off an U & X. train at Heldrick. Her condition is reported critical. It is reported she had some dilliciilty In getting oil the train and was found some distance beyond where she should have alighted. Important to all Women Frankfort. Tax assessments of nineJteaders of this Paper teen railroads doing business In Kentucky were certlfled to the state auditor by the state tax commission. The largest was that of the Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas Pacific ltailroad , mnpn imia wmu fiiuic a 1. - Company, the total nf,.. UC assessment of nothing eke but acy trouble, or the v.'iii. v.u set at It,! 197,070, of which rctuh lof kidney ase. It the kidneys are not in a healthy con- ?lt,570,ttt0 was assessed on the plant, dition, they may cause the other organs or tangible property, and ?G,41S,G10 as to become directed. the value of the franchise. You Thousand upon thousands of women hire kidnev - September. Maysville. Harold T. Webster. 27, WORLD NOT YET FILLED UP crlm)ctl since liirlh, hanged himself to ALLEGED CONFESSION Ills licilin-- t Willi it ticoMie while hid There Are Many Places Where tho pan-inwere attending church. WebLover of Solitude Can Find What FROM MASTER MIND ster had ncwr wnlKcd ami a a He It Looking For. ehaiaelcr on M.iillo streets, Usui:: a ulieel chair ami welling shoeCrowded as the world seems to bo strings ami pencils. Tor secral Cays OF CHICAGO BOMBING RING, THE getting, Itoblnson Crusoe could Mini lie li.nl lieeii telling tnoinliers nf Ills a hnven today, and he would not hnvo HIDDEN HAND IN MYSTEfamily ttiat lie was tiretl of life. to resort to the polur regions, either. RIOUS FEUDS. Xumerous islands still dot the seas Owen-horKelCharging that Ira where a visitor would ilnd no living ler, until lately a Mclean county fannnre er, had not disclosed to I er the fact Dozen Accused By Prisoner, Police) soul, nnd there livingothers where the nre in almost primiSay Organized Terrorist Business Inhabitants that ho was n married man when he tive simplicity, snys n bulletin from led her to the altar at Calhoun mt Noin Operation For Use in Strikes or the Washington headquarters of tho vember 1", V.Y20, Cora H. Wilson has in Political Feuds, 'Tis Charged. National (icographlc society. tiled suit to have her nvirringe anXor Is It necessary for you to nulled. She s:vs she has learned tha: UVstprn NcwsiMirfT Pinon Npws Srrvlr-choose u plot of land belonging to Kelli r married Zora Hearmoiid at Chicago. Tho master mind of Chi- any other than the United States. I'o. kport. Iml.. in March. 1I li.. and had .1,71:5 miles never been divorced. Keller Is now In cago's bombing ring, the hidden hand There Is llaker's Island, as well ns from Sun Francisco, lit scores feuds out of mysterious Indiana. many other such Isolated dots In the that involved dynamite ami terrorized which the city, is under ariest. poliie say. Pacific, where there will be no chance Frankfort. Xo corporation has not begun proposed business oper- With him arc e'L'lit other men, all of getting even a faithful Friday to share your lot. Vessels used to haul ations in the state can sell unsecured li.iiil to be professional ImmlM-rand guano from the Island, hut today the commercial piper, according to an heretofore thought to be immune opinion handed to James I'. Lewis, from lapturc. Thev all received a ter deposits nre practically worked out. If you feel that jou must have your Assiststate banking commissioner, by ntlc blow when Andrew Kerr, police the oiling you enn ant Attorney tleneral MaiCivgor and say, confessed his part in the oiit- - wife somewhereto in low land Island, 25 on made public by the eoniiiiission. The raes and named - other men. The send her miles to the westward, an equally deopinion was rendered in the case of sin under arrest with him are in tin' spot, and row over to see her the Mutual Oil and Povelnpnioiit Com- dozen that he named. The alleged serted yvtt get bored with you freewhen r pany, which sought to sell confession is a story of terror. It dom. notes, after Commissioner Lewis, actstrips tho protective covering from ing under the blue sky law, has forbidthe men who have been winking in Progress on Isle of Man. den the company selling any more of the dark and merely shrugged their On the o,uu!nt and plcturesiiuo Isle its stock in tin state until certain steps shoulders when questioned about of Man, made famous by Hall Cable's had been taken. bombs. Tln reputed confession rean ancient pump of the chain-buckveals that the bombing ring conducted fiction, variety, built Into a masonry Frankfort. There are 101 Idiots in an organized business: mouthers could cliff, Jefferson county, and eighteen in Fay- be hired to take part :u strikes, race nbutmeut on the fuce of a rock some lifts Its endless load of water ette county, who are being pensioned troubles or political feuds. eighty from the pool below, says by tho state, according to Miss Helen If auvoiie had a grievance against Popuhir feet For Mechanics Magazine. Reeves, of tho State Hoard of Chari- another he could call in a bomber, po- engine of obso-le- t ties and Corrections, who has Just com- lice assort, jtist as a person would em- - many years a big steam extravagant of form, slow and pleted an investigation ot the cases in plov a detective or retain an attorney. the two counties. Of the 101 cases In They have a regular schedule of rates fuel, attended to the duty of turning now .letlerson county, eighteen were disal- - where two sticks of dvuaeiile are the chain shaft. Butgone, the old boiler utid In their cylinder are lowed on recommendation of Miss used the charge is MS Ml; if four sticks and Keeves, who also disallowed one case are usiil the charge i advanced to place a modern wind motor has been Installed, Its slim, elliclent steel form in Fa.vette .county. The investigation $'i'tl. am! !f six- sticks arc Used the job rising from the clllT top In striking, yet . of Miss Iiccves showed that no fraud costs s;:iki, ai'coi'ilui' to For not Inharmonious, contrast with tho was being practiced in either county "plain slugging" .fl'." is said to be the primitive ruggedness that marks tho in connection with the committee ar- charge. curlier work of man nnd nuture. The rangement for idiots. loom for all whirling Peiiilentiar.v sentences wheel of the new mo-ti- v the prisoners if lho revelations In power now is drawing up 14,300 Lexington. (las will control the outKerr's alleged confession carry convic- gallons of water an hour, as an aver-ug- e come of the next war, according to lir. tion in Court, it was said. Kerr has figure, and it is significant of the Arthur S. Icvenhart, former Lexing- told Chief of Police Fil.inorris. to vnlue of modern methods that the ton man. now head of the Department whom he is declared tohavecoiifessi.il, snving of fuel, no longer needed for a of Pharmacology and Toxicology at the that ho will repeat his story before a hungry boiler, soon paid the cost of University of Wisconsin, who was here grand Jury. Kerr admitted, it is said, the mill. on a visit. He is on his way back to that he hail been the for the university after attending a con- hoinlici's and slugucrs. Projected Aerial Newspaper. ference of chemical warfare consultho went on On certain n Tho lust journalism Is the ants at Kdgevvood Arsenal, I'altimore. bombing excursions, lie is ipioted as Aerial Mull, word in newspaper, which a dally "It is important for the future of Amer- having said. is edited, printed nnd published from ica that Congress pass the appropriaan airplane in flight. The Daily Mail, tion measure of ?I,."KX1,0(K)- for the Suspect "Grudge" Police which is sponsoring it, suys it will conchemical warfare service instead of Palmcrton, Ontario. Police Chief tain the latest British and continental $1,5(KMHK1 voted, which President the Wilson, who is investigating the kid- news, political, financial and general. WiNon vetoed as inadequate," lie said. naping of .Miss Edna K. Lee, a singoi, received both expressed belief that she had been the nlnnn "tnkiiia-ce,- t- at the inomi grudge." victim of "an oiani.cd Frankfort. The Xalural (!as Company, of this city, lost in the Franklin "Miss Leo is a splendid singer, an"" loil.rrt Circuit C.iitrt utntii Ctii-ni- t her leaving one church to go to auotl Stnllt tim .Immtrriif ti fink er has caused ill feeling," said tl . answer of the company in the suit of Chief. Miss Lee was found on ti the city to compel lower gas rates. The outskirts of the town, bound ai company arbitrarily raised the gas rate gagged after having been drugged I from 10 cents to M cents per .000 cu- assailants whom she was unablo Iilo.it ify. She is suffering from sho bic feet, and the city sued the company to compel the reduction of the and exposure. rate. The court held that the company could not legally arbitrally raise the Read Newspapers! rates. The question of the reasonableOklahoma City. Iiadium valued ness of the rate must be submitted to $.".,r00, lost since May '.I, when It w the City Council before tho tale is mrricd from the ollucs of an Ok" raised, and governed by the actions of honia City medical linn by a t in patient, has been returned by ma the Council. s n. s 1 tive-.veaollii-ials"0-fo1 SundaySchool T Uy iT.VV A 1.11. I Itl.v r !.. Tenrtur if KokIIsIi Ulble in the Moody Institute of CtilcaKO ) nihl Western Newspaper Union.) 1 THE TRIALS OF A HOUSEWIFE How They Lydia Have E, Lesson MAY T I. Been Endured and Pinkiiam's Vegetable How Overcomi 19-- ly 1. Compound LESSON FOR CHRIST LESSON 29 PICTURES A REAL NEIGHBOR. ke 10:5-K- Experience of a Providence Woman I: Providence, R. I. took Lydls E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound for a female trouble and backache. It began just after my baby was born, and I did the best I could about getting my work done, but I had awful bearing-dow- n pains io I could not stand on my feet. I read in the papers about Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound and the good it was doing other women, and L have got dandy results from it an" will always recYou can use these facts ommend as a testimonial if you wish." Mrs. Hekbert L. Cassen, 18 Meni Court, Providence, R. L "I TKXT-I.u- ; ActB GOI.PKN TKXT fjvve wnrketh no 111 to nls ntlKlitKir. love therefore Is the fulllll-me- nt of the law. Itnm. 13.10. MATKUIAI-rrov r, 18; Matt. 4:21-3- 2 S Uom. 13.!-1- 15.1. I. Knh. I'UI.MAUY TOPIC The Story nf a Man Who Helped. Jt'NIllll TOPIC The Oimd Samaritan. lNTKUMKllIATK ASH SKNIUU TOPIC -Itelnc n (!ood XelKhlxir. YOl'Nt; I'Ht.Pl.K AND ADULT TOPIC -- Who Is My NelKhbor? it tttci Frankfort Iteports filed with the State Hoard of Charities and Corrections show that on April 1 there were Somewhat Miffed. "What do yoa think of that fellow? 7,0.11) persons confined In the seven of the state. Of the number Had the nudacity to have his secretnry get me on (tic wire. I never talk ex- 1,401 are In the Kastcrn State Hoscept to principals. Why didn't he pital, 1.S34 in the Central State Hospital, 474 in the Western State Hosrail me himself?" "How do you know It was his pital, 417 In the Feeble-mindeInstitute, 4'H in the Houses of Iteform at secretary?" Greendale, 1.001 in the State Iteform-ator"My secretary answered." Louisand 422 at Eddyvllle. ville Courier-Journa- l. d y what bw.rnp.Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder medicine, will do for them. By enclosing ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co, Hinghamton. X. Y.. you may receive sample size bottle by Tared lost, ou can purchase and large slie bottles at all drug medium Adr. stores. may suffer pain in the back, headache and loss of ambition. Poor health makes you nervous, irritable and may be despondent; it makes any one so. But hundreds' of women claim that Dr. Swamp-Roo- t, Kilmer1! by restoring health to the kidneys, proved to be jost the remedy needed to overcome such conditions. Many send for a sample bottle to see 'Frankfort. Transfer of three guards at the State Refonnatory here to duty at convict road camps and creation of a new camp, were announced here. (. II. Adkiiisnn and Luke Hicks, guards, were transferred to the new road camp in Harron county, and J. K. MontgomXewcastle. Slore than half of the ery were promoted from guard at the business section of the town of South refonnatory to be superintendent at Pleasureville was destroyed by lire. the Cumberland camp at ISrookshle, Six years ago the business district vir- Ky. The new- - camp in Barren county, tually was wiped out by lire. Tho which is located seven miles from buildings destroyed were those of the Clasgow, was occupied by forty conSmith 4: James grocery, the Iteniliardt victs from the state prism at Kddy-vlllbarber shop, the Kentucky Creameries, It also was announced that the Lew Church grocery, the .Maliu twenty-tivconvicts from Kthiyville dragstorc and the Home telephone ex- prison will work on the roads of Lyon change. The Ham os were halted at the county during the summer. They will Hudson hardware store. spend the nights inside the prison c. e was announced. In an aceompan letter the patient, who had been structcd to return In threo hours 1 the radium had been applied ti affected tissue, said he did not k its value until he read an accoiui its loss in a newspaper. Christ Questioned (Luke lOtSS-'-HI. By whom (v. il). A certain lawyer. He was not a lawyer in the mod-ersense of Hint term; most nearly corresponds to our theological professors'. It was to The purpose of (v. tempt Jesus as to whether He was really learned In the law; and also to entrap Him to show Him to be heterodox. II. The question (v. 23). "What shall Though I do to inherit eternal life?" a lawyer, his theology was defective. He thought eternal life was to be by doing. The very words he An Inused involve a contradiction. heritance is not obtained by doing, but y being. 1. Jesus' reply vv. He cited aim to tlie law. This is the priqier place to send one who is expecting to get eternal life by lining. The lawyer answered well, for supreme love to God nnd love to one's neighbor as he loves himself Is the sum total of human obligation. "Tills do and thou shalt live." But this is the very thing he could not do. Man needs God's enabling grace to love at all; so he stood condemned by his own conscience by the law. He set out to trap Jesus, and now be is caught in u trap, and in order to Justify himself be said to Jesus, "Who is my neighbor?" The question is answered In the story ot the Good Samaritan. II. Playing the Neighbor (vv. In this story of the Good Samaritan the question Is shifted so us to make clear that the supreme question is not, "Who Is my neighbor?" but "Whose r am I?" a neighbor Is see those about ui who need Id). We should be on the 'or those in need of help; and en to discern need. compassion on the needy (v. :e Christ is the compassionate vho have His nature will be loved when they sec need. hose in need (v. 31). The lch many times Is more im-- i material aid. It Is easier icy than personal aid. The r gives both. p wounds (v. 34). helpless ones on our beasts nlk (v. 34). Willingness to ves in order to help others t the genuineness of love. ;o thr Inn ami jtuke tjartj of unuU. (v. 31). Tile true not spasmodic in his giving I. n 20-20). ex-n- aideache, dragging-dow- n pains, could notsIeeD atnitrht. and had noamie- tite. At times I could hardly do my housework. I got medicine from the doctor but it did not help me. I saw Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetabfe Compound advertised in a newspaper and took it with good results, and am now able to do my housework. I recommend your medicine to my friends and you may publish my testimonial." Mrs. Chester A. Ball, R. 15, Fayette, Ohio. Bloomington, 111. "I was never very strong and female trouble kept ma to weak I had no interest in my housework. I had such a backache I could not cook a meal or sweep a room without raging with pain. Rubbing my back with alcohol sometimes eased the pain for a few hours, but did not atop it I heard of Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound, and six bottles of it have made me as strong and healthy as any woman ; and I give my thanks to it for my health." Mrs. J.A.McQuitty, 610 W. Walnut St.Bloomington, I1L The conditions described by Mrs. Cassen, Mrs. Ball, and Mrs. McQuitty will appeal to many women who struggle on with their daily tasks in just such conditions in fact it is said that the tragedy in the lives of some women is almost beyond belief. Dayin and day out they slave in their home3 for their families and beside the daily routine of housework, often make clothes for themselves and for their children, or work in their gardens, all the while suffering pains, backache, headaches, nervousness, tha from those awful bearing-dow- n blues, and troubles which sap the very foundation of life until there comes a time when nature gives out and an operation seems inevitable. If such women would only profit by the experience of these three women, and remember that Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the natural restorative for such conditions it may save them years of suffering and unhappiness. There is hardly a neighborhood in any town or hamlet in the United States wherein some woman does not reside who has been restored to health by this famous medicine. Therefore ask your neighbor, and you will find in a great many cases that at some time or otner she, too, has been benefited by taking it and will recommend it to you. For more than forty years this root and herb medicine hasbeen restoring suffering women to health and strength. Text-Boo- k Lydia Ti. Pinkham's Priyate upon "Ailments Peculiar to AVoraen" will he sent to yon free upon request. "Write to Tho Lydia E. Pinkhnm Medicine Co., Lynn, Massachusetts. Ohio woman for threo years could hardly keep about and do tier house work she was so III. Made well by Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's Vegetable Compound : Fayette, 0. "For about threeyears I was very nervous and had backache, An Illinois woman relates her experience: This book contains valuable information. DOVT LET THAT COCGII CONTDfCEt Spohn's Distemper Compound mil knock It In Terr short time. At the flrat alien - ot a cough or cold In your horse, firm a few doses of "SPOHN-a.It wilt act on the Rtands. eliminate the disease germ and prerent further destruction ot body by dlsesse. SPOHN'S" has been tho standard remedy for DISTEMPEn. INFLUENZA. PINK ETC CATARRHAL FEVER. COUGHS and COLDS for a quarter of a century. 60 cents and SI. 15 per bottle at all dniff stores. MEDICAL COUTANV. tiOSUXN. ISD. Crime In New York. "J see n visitor to New York was arrested the other day because he had $3.V) In his pocket," said Church. "And It wasn't his own money?" asked Gothntn. "Oh, yes; it wns proved in court that It wns his own money," replied Church. "Why on earth did they arrest him. Especially These Days. Mrs. Chapman i'att, the eminent suffragist, said at a dinner In Wash- ington: . walls. Bonus Fight Renewed. Washington. Senator Porter. J. Cumber, of Xorth Carolina, l!e liean member of the Senate Fin. Committee, revived the effort to oli action in this Congress on the sty cd soldiers' bonus bill, the cuslyvr tines of which call for an addition. outlay of nearly S2,titM,inM),tnKi, extend ing over a period of live years. Senator McCutnlicr estimates that the annual cost to the government under 'his ,ict will be approximately SI.IO.OuO.OOO. Some knin "Working for the govern iltreim "I doubt It. He keeps pretty busy." - "Women in business are more honest than men. For Instance, they can't be bribed." "Xo?" said a senator. "Xo," said Mrs. Chapman Catt "But m-- i tijeni" now well, every man has his "Ho was trying to get out of town price." with It." "And hasn't every woman," the senator retorted "hasn't every woman, especially these days, her figure?" Cutlcura for Sore Hands. Soak hands on retiring in the hot suds Sounds Like It of Cutlcura Soap, dry and rub In CuRemove surplus "'f wonder if Columbus had a press tlcura Ointment. nney (v. 33). It costs much Ointment with tissue paper. This is agent g jhbor. Love Is the most only one of the things Cutlcura will do "I doubt if there were any of them in the world. It cost if Soap, Ointment nnd Talcum are used In his time." y Son ; It cost Jesus Christ for all toilet purposes. Adv. "Perhaps not Still, that story of iy we go and do likewise! Queen Isabella pawning her Jewels to ' Behavior of the Early finance his expedition has all the earUnsuitored. :ts 2:44-17- ). ning "Has she many suitors?" marks." ere together (v. 44). They Sting "Oh, yes, but none of them do." More Naturalization. per because they were bnp-li- e BIng "Do what?" Sting "Suitor." one body of which Christ One of the main delights of the .by the Holy Spirit (I Col than 4:i per cent of the world's moving pictures Is to see the palaces tonnage Is owned by the of European noblemen surrounded by southern California. Dallas News. States. r Many a woman's face Isn't as bad as it Is painted. Sure decrease of ?5 an acre In the assessment ot Fayette county farm lands, 'n addition to a previous cut In the original assessment, figures A Lexington. Relief Sure Relief LL-AN- S FOR Hot wafer 6 which amounted to ?2,291,S92, was announced by the Hoard of Equalization, which adjourned after a thirty-fou- r days session. Assessment of town lots also was reduced approximately The assessment on farm lands now- - stands at about $157 an acre for Improved lauds and 130 for unimproved land. Bell-an-s Frankfort. Five Kentucky women, all of whom arc musicians of nolo, have been designated by Gov. Morrow to accept the scholarships olTered American music students by the French des Heau Arts In the Fontaine-ble- u School of Music, Paris, France. Two hundred and fifty scholarships were offered American music students by the French Ministry des P,eau Arts, and Kentucky's pro rata was live. Gov. Morrow- - was asked to select the musicians of tills state who desired to avail themselves of the opportunity to study abroad and be named the first live who are Miss Wilanna Smith, Frankfort; Miss Iva Dagley, Lexington; Miss Christine Strange, Glasgow; Miss Mary Elizabeth Dudley. Princeton, and Miss Adkins, daughter of J. S. Adkins, of Willlanisbui-g- T The course begins June 25 and closed September 25. The students will be transported to France on the same rate as extended to persons in the diplomatic service. Senate Ideas Accepted. Washington. Senate and House confcrcc3 reached an agreement on the emergency tarilT hill and the measure probably will be reported. The House conference delegates accepted provisions the Senate with only a few changes, and agreed to the dje control section, with tho period of control reduced from six months to three mouths. Says $10,000 Was Stolen. i, Chicago. A pailcage containing sent by registered mail from tho Federal Reserve bank here to the Grand Haven state Bank, at Grand Haven, Mich., several weeks ago, did not reach Its destination and is to have been stolen, A. E. Acting Chief Postal Inspector, announced. Postal authorities, Mr. Cornier eahl, have given up the idea that the package may have been lost. $10,-tMKGer-ine- r, History Repeats Itself. She (after the hasty betrothal) Darling, this ring looks so familiar He (studying her more closely) Can It bo possible that She Yes It is the very same ring' Why, you're the very follow I was en gaged to three weeks lust summer I . Record Smashed By Aviatrix. Mincolo, X. Y. Mis Laura ltrom-wel- l, aviatrix, broke the i!on, will rcceivo evidence record for her Kcv. Father Aiithtuy (lorck, world's ilcngo. 111., and an indictment sex when hor plane, starting at the conspiracy in cotiMctinii with height of S.000 foot, performed 109 comry hero of the IVntnil Post- - plete loop before landing. The fight February 1" wM bo aked took place at Curtiss Field. Miss ISruni-wt-- 'I wore tho uniform of a Lieutenant Corck :is announced. held In Chlcugi) in default of In the Xew York Aerial Police Department. $10,000. Plot To i. Be Chargetr. A IVdcral grand jury, now p Past and Present. "History repents Itself." "I'm nfraid so," replied Miss Cay. enne. "Tendencies In fashionable attire begin to remind oue of the Garden Of Eden." The Girls. "What arc ynu Uurplng about nowTT "These girls who spend all theli time plnylng bridge." "Don't be too swooping In your criticism. Some of the girls put In n little time at golf." Louisville Courier-Journa- l. Ostentation. "You cannot Judge by nppearance." "True," replied Mr. Stormlngton rtnrnes. "The theater with the most electric lights doesn't always give the best show." Powder Explodes. Lawton, Okla. Four enlisted men of the Seventh Ordnance Depot Detachment at Ft. Sill, Okla., were killed Instantly when 500 pounds of black gunpowder, condemned and ordered to n represents Interest due to bo destrojed, exploded prematurely. f temporary bon'ls who have The men literally were blown to pieces. ingeil thoir bomi-- i for Search, continuing until darkness, resecurities on sulted in the finding only of fragments no regular interest is paid. of the bodies. Among the dead was show tluit tore are Private David C. Monroe. Elizabeth. bonds of various X. J. A sister, Mrs. Jcuiiie Morrison, Ions, amounting to S1,1.'1"J.-tllives at :r? South Second street. Eliz in the hands of owners. abeth. 11 g ed Money? Hern Tis. "ston. I'ncle isi-i- i lia $83,- -' his nephews' nonoy waiting reasury for them, according u tiros of .tost ollichit Liberty bonds, ts ll INDIGESTION Renew your health by purifying your system with Slielbyvillc. Fatal Injuries were reFrankfort. Damages amounting to ceived by David Harris, 54 years old, fG,li:.7:t were returned In the Franklin when lie was struck by a C. & O. Circuit Court In favor of the ("rowers train near the station hcre.lle was walking on the track and, being and Rain Moore Tobacco Warehouse deaf, stepped from a sidetrack directly Company against X. J. Illtz, J. F. In front of the locomotive. He was a and the Main Street Warehouse bachelor. Company, all of Louisville. The verdict was given the local tobacco comRavenna. Damage estimated at be- panies on the ground of the alleged tween ?25,000 and $30,000 was done by failure of the defendants to pay for lightning here, which struck nnd set tobacco purchased from them. The Arc to an oil tank here belonging to Louisvillo concerns claimed that tliey the Indian Refining Company. The did not authorize the purchase of the home of O. Kincaid also was struck. tobacco. pas-songDan-neliol- d Hickman. The farmers have been busy throughout tills section getting in their crops, but the cotton crop tills year Is not going to predominate as It has heretofore for years. The cotton acreage has been cut possibly 75 per cent Most of the cotton was ?lanted In the bottom lands, but this Is being replaced this year witli other crops. Glasgow. Vcchel Word, who was shot in the stomach by Dewey Ilurgess near the city limits, died at the local Infirmary. Iturgess made his escape In a car after the shooting, carrying Mabel Jones, who was present when the shooting occurred. Deputy Sheriff Quick and delightful relief for biliousness, colds, constipation, headaches, and stomach, liver and Eugene C. Shaw, Willie Coombs and Bryan Atkinson followed tho car and Frankfort. In a report on Union found Iturgess in lied at the homo of county, State Inspector and Examiner a sister, near Mt. Herman, nnd placed Henry E. James covered into the State him under arrest. The Jones woman Treasury J270.47 collected from county left the car at Temple Hill, noco-diu- g officers- to Iturgess To Make Slot for Belts. In making a slot to run belts or sashes through, have three rows of hemstitching of the desired length done close together on the line where you wish the slot to be. Then cut through the middle row of hemstitching. Tho slot thus made Is strong and neat. to a separate strip of the material that enn lie removed when the is washed. Button tho strlr through the buttonholes on one side The dress will iron more easily ani buttons nre not lost In the laundry 1'ob can make one set of buttons di for several dresses. blood troubles. The genuine are sold only In 35c packages. Avoid imitations. gar-me- nt SALESMEN Our West Virginia Grown NURSERY CO. THE COLDCity. W. Vsv. Muon Nunerr Stodc Fine cunulnf outfit FREE. Cub Commission Paid Weeklr. WRITE (or turns. For a Hout Dress. Insignia of Taffeta Gowns. For your next wash dress or waist Gathered flounces, very deep skirt try making buttonholes 'on both sides hems, broad sashes, pinked ruches and of the opening, and Instead of sewing surplice bodices are the Insignia nf the buttons in trip 4rcu attach them the taffeta sown. Burning Ship Towed to Sea. Xew York. The United States mail steamship Panhandle State, with liio raging in her aft compartment, was being towed by powerful tugs to the CommiinipawFlats. When It was CINCINNATI MARKETS. apparent that no other method of extinguishing the Haines would siitlicc, Hay and Grain. tho ship was maneuvered Into position Corn No. U uhite iWiWfific, Xo. . on tho mud fiats off Liberty Island and sunk in fifty feet of water. The lire white (lllnVu; No. : yellow GS'zii got beyond control of the lire depart- fil'fcc, Xo. .'! mixed ment and the .steamship was cut loose Sound Hay Timothy, per ton ?21,m -, "T71, clover $I'J. from her dock at Rector street aud 21.'J.- clover mixed Xorth River. Oats No. I white- - AOTi lie. No. 3 white HTH-Jo, No. :'. niKed K)ff I0o. Aged Inventor Kills Self. Wheat No. 'J rod SUE! LIB, No. Xew York. Dr. Frank Borsedv. 75 joars old, who received many foreign 3 red Sl.OO'Afi u;i y,, No. rod $U"i7 (TL.'.!!. decorations for the Invention of hyButter, Eggs and Poultry, gienic Implements, killed himself by lroui a sulh-storwindow of lit ttor Whole milk creamery extras his residence on West One Hundred IKIe, contraliod extras :cic, firsts "Sc. and Seventeenth street. Dr. Borsody, Eggs Extra firsts JO'AJi-Jle- . firsts who was a native of Hungary, was l!?HHie, ordinary llrMs lS&li l!o. graduated from the University of Llvo Poultry ltroilors lb and Budapest. Gold and sliver medals were over ."Of. fowls. .I lbs anil over t!Sc, awarded to him at Ghent, Paris and fowls I lbs unci over "7o, under 4 lbs Xice for inventions that won praisci 'J7o, ruiter.s Lie. from the meiCciJ profession I!0 jcars Live Stock. "go. Cattle Steers, good to choice $S.."0 com?!, fair to good Inappropriate. l ii 7..M i, heifers, mon to fair good "I'll never loan one of my plnnos to choice $Sli!l.J."i. fair to good $7ffS, to a burlesque company ngaln." de- common to fair ?l'17, canncrs i" .'!, stock heifers "iffl!. clared the manufacturer. "Why not?" Cahcs CihxI to choice $!)..! Iff 10. "By comparison the legs of the fair to good SSi!.r0, common and Instrument looked fragile." Louisville large (!ff7. Courier-JournaSheep (tiNid to choieo $."i.."OfTt, common fair to good $:'.." Oft lambs, goixl to ehoire .fl'SIf l't.."0, fair They'll Let .Him Alone. I:. "Are your new neighbors congenial?" to good "Decidedly." replied Mr. Grumpson. Ilog Heavy $!fi choice pack"They seem to have an nverslon to the ers and butchers ?!i.'J."i, medium S'.U1."!. common to choice heavv fat sows $15 racej" Birmingham whole human 7.'i, light shippers JD.'--'j, pigs (110 11. on.t InuiV. ejeaoji"-- 1 1 y l. fcaitii tne i.Hiu in in i hood to your spirit, that ye deal not ....tiiice treacherously. MalachI :1C. Let the Power of My Lord Be Great And. I beseech thco, lot the power of my Lord be great, according as thou hast spoken, saying, the Lord Is longsutTorlng. and of great mercy forgiving Iniquity and 'ruiisgrt'isioa Numbers 14:17, 18 Old Habit "I wonder If men have always complained nbout the food their wives served thoin," said Mrs. Peasley. "I guess so," sighed Mrs. llumpus. "You remember it started with Adam." Watcliuiau-Exuiuine- r (New The York). Lucky Meni Sybil Is an embittered woman! C.lndys Why? "Well, she was born to eommaniL but she has-- fulled to secure a husband." Answers, London. Xell Object Attained. Judge What extenuating circumstances can you give? Counterfeiter Please, jour honor. J made the money to pay for my room and meals. Judge Very good; it xi lit pay your boanl mid lodging for fifteen years. Boston Transcript. The Setting "My boy, she's a Why the deuce don't "I'm afraid I can't Costly. ight on Welfare Bill, gtoii. A driw auainst the Kenyoii hill to a Department of Public Wol- .ro was started at a joint session of the Senate and House Education Coms, mittees. spokesmen for labor and physicians were witnesses. Hugh S. Masill, Secretary of tho Na tional Educational Association, told the committees ih.it educators of tho country would not bo sut.stied with a di-- ( vision of education, as proposed tu the . I bill. mtlon-c-itdorscKdu'-ator- Leaves Keep Lad Alive. Ky. ISarcfooted, ragged and hungry, Harvey Moody, apprentice from in orphans' home, was found In n tobacco barn eight miles from this city, after roaming thCwoods Xor twelve days. A large pos-- e of farmers have been scouring tho countryside for several daya In search of the lad. He said that he had been mistreated, and left because he was afraid of receiving fuithcr punishment. He lived on hickory !uii and lettuce leaves. Law renceburg. Western Canada Offers Jiealth and wealth Fertile Land ai $15 io $30 an Acra and has brought contentment and happiness to thousands of heme seekers and their families who hare settled on her FREE homesteads or bought Und at attractiTe prices. They have established their own homes ana secured prosperity and independence. sections oi the prairie In the great provinces there U still to be had on easy terms) land similar to that which through many years has yielded from 20 to 45 bushels of wheat great and Sax also to the acre oats, barleyhorses, cattle, insheep abundance, while raisins and nous n equally profitable. Hundreds of farmers in Western Canada have raised crops in a sin tie season worth more than the whole cost of then-lanHealthful climate, good neighbors, churches, schools, rural telephone, excellent markets and shipping faculties. The climate and sod offer inducements for almost every branch of agriculture. The advantages tor make a tremendous appeal to industrious settlers wishing to improve their circumstances. 1i opportoiutiea in Manitoba, bukatcbawmn. Alberts -i . revyecta nuwmj reu. ana unusa cc. wru Dairying:, Mixed Farming and Stock Raisins rlBnnnwai""."?i''"l''w""-- $1:. 1 !., perfect picture. you marry her?" afford a sultabll W. S. NETHERY. Roora 82. Inter urban Station Bldg., Colum&as, 0. Authorised Aisst. teat, al ImmltrstlM Net Celofilaatten. DamiMi Catf Age-IIeral- OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. SIX-DAY Watch Your Kidneys! That "bad back" is probably due to kidneys. 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These grinds drew-- great Many persons virtually crouds. lived the cnllic week In the foul nt Unisphere of the dingy old building and watched the men as they walked or trotted their way wearily round and round the area. Prize money was big and the contests bad an International llavor, the Kngllsh champion. Charlie Unwell, being a participant on more than one occasion, and the winner of one competition Important from a prire money viewpoint. "Lepper" Hughes and Paddy of Long City were Invariably on hand when these 'iidurance tests were decided, nnd each had a devoted following. Iloth were tall find slim In build, while Unwell was stocky, and had a short, quick stride which rolled the miles behind him In a way which made It dillicult for his competitors to keep near him. P.iiglnnil has long been famous for the quality of her distance runners, and ltowell wns one of her very best. The death of Hughes will also recall to many the New York of the days when there was not much life after dark north of Twenty-thirvisitor street and the eager to see the sights had to content himself with what the llowery End Sixth avenue afforded. six-dasix-daPltz-geral- d NI.-iih-I d n Kstewet ffnntpntsl5YluidT)racta Children Cry For 4 By EDISON MARSHALL 4i neighbor! An Ohio Case mfttt1 FVIi't Ida I Mr) 6 a hark. There nensatlon burnlnc when passing the secretions. I ltad pa'ns In my back especially after lying In one position long. I cot Doan's Kldnev and useJ them. They tled me Tills up in line shape." Get Doaa's at Any Store, 60c a Box FOSTER-M- Main SU feomcrsct, Ohio, sa jt: "Heavy llftlnc weaVeneil my kidneys and broucht on dull pains In my a II. Heese. H. iwVIW S1SSS CHAPTER ' swlliiijiiniiui II 20 CopyrtuliU 1900. . br I.lttle. lllwWIS8 rirown & Cm Continued. tts I LBURN CO. BUFFALO. N. Y. . 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Druggists also Aspirin Is the sell larger packages. trade mark of Itayer Manufacture of Monoaceticacldester of Salicyllcacld. Adv. Spiritual Truth. "Dlwle a bit do I believe the message the mediums are after get-ti- n from the dead," declared Dugnn. "Ye can't be telliu' whether they're true or not." "More fool ye. Ye can and 1 can prove ft" contradicted Monahan. "Hy mistake I was reported killed in the war. nnd one day me sister vent to n medium who told her I true. The first sign uns the far-of- f erj was wlshln' I was back on earth. nd at the tery time I was on a of the wolf park. It .wa very faint transiMirt in a high sen, d'ye mind!" simply n stir in the eardrums, yet It was ontlrely clear. That clear, cold American I.cg!on Weekly. mountain air was a perfect telephone Catarrh U local disease greatly Influby constitutional conditions. enced HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is a Tonle and Blood Purifier. By cleansing the blood and bulldlnir up the System, HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE restores normal conditions and allows Nature to do Its work. All Drugelsts. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio. "We'll rot now." lan told them at ten o'clock. "The Mm Is warm ciumiuIi to that we won't need tiitn'h of a tire. And we'll try to gel the Inmr." hvp." "Too Tfitiu. If we're going to make it out. l.e:iii(i r.hjeeled. "That !a"N a workda of nineteen hours." Pfin jieMMed. "Not any lll'le. 1'iv" htwr-- i it will be." lie found where the snow had drifl-- I d iimlnvt n gteat. dead lug. lenxim: the white lovering only a foot in depth on the lv side, lie began to the now away, then bucked tit the log with h!s if until he had pro-- ' ctneil a piece of comparatively dry flood from IN renter. The all Mood breathlev; while he lighted the little pile of Kindling and heaped It with green wood the only wood procurIt able. Itut It didn't bum freely smoked lit fully, threatening to die out. ami emitting very little heat. Itut they didn't particularly care. warm above. n :ihva The sun In the mountain winter of southern Oregon. Snowbird and Pan cleared spaces besiile the tire and MVpt. I.en-nowho hail reled on the Journey, lay on his viol ami with hi uninjured firm tried to hack enough wood from the saplings Hint Pan had cut to keep the fire burning. At three they got up. still tired and aching In their bones from exposure. Twenty-fou- r hours had paed Mine they had tasted food, and their systems complalm-d- . There Is no better engine In the wide world than the human body. It will stand more neglect and abuse than the llneM steel motors ever made by the hands of craftsmen. A man may fast ninny days If he lies quietly In one place and keeps warm. Itut faMIng l a deadly proposition while pulling sledges over the snow. Pan was lo hopeful now. His face "Fate has slacked Hie cards against told what bis words did not. The us," Lennox told them, after the first lines cleft deeper about his Hps and moment's horror from the broken eyes; nnd Snowbird's heart ached Miowshoe. when he tried to encourage her with Hut no one answered him. The gir , n smile. It wa a wan. strange smile while-facekept her wide eyes on that couldn't quite hide the first Pan. He seemed to be peering into the shadows beside the trail, as-- if lie were of despair. The shadows quickly lengthened simply leaping over the snow from the . sun. The twilight the snow turned gray, anil then in a vague way, the Journey began to partake of a quality of unreality. It was not that the cold and the snow nnd their hunger were not entirely real, or that the wilderness was i i longer naked to lhe!r eyes. It was Just that their whole c!Tort seemed like some dreadful, unburdened Journey In a dream a sHimMlng advance under dilllciillles too many and real to be o unre-plenlshsick-ties'; fast-fallin- g deep-onod- spread out further, aiul at hist P.in looked up to liml one of the gra beasts waiiin. like a shadow liim-t-- ll in the shadow of a ttee nol one linn dl'cil feet floln lho sled. Snowbird whipped nut her pistol. "Pon'l dare!" Pan's voice cracked out to her. He didn't speak loudly: .vet the words came mi sh:ip and commanding, so IIKi pistol lire itself, that they peiietraled into her consciousness and choked back the net veils relieves that in an instant might have Inst them one of their three precious shells. She caught lierelf with a sob. Pan shnuieil at the wolf. :.ud it nielled into the shadows. "Yon won't do it again. Snowbird?" be asked her very humbly. Itut his meaning was clear, lie was not as skilled wilh a pistol as she; but If her nerves were breaking, the gun must be taken from her hands. The three shells must be saved to the moment of utmost need. "Xo." she (old him. looking straight Into bis eves. "1 won't do it again." He believed her. lie knew that she spoke the truth. He met her eyes with a half smile. Then, wholly without warning. Kate phi.ved Its last trump. Again the wilderness reminded them of its might, and their brave spirits were almost broken by the utter of the blow. The girl went on her face with a crack of wood. Her snow- - shoe had been cracked It her fall of the day before, when running to the fire, and whether she struck some other obstruction In the snow, or whether the cracked wood had simply given way under her weight, mattered not even enough for As In all great them to investigate. disasters, only the result remained. The result In this case was that her snow.shoe, without which she could not walk at all in the snow, was Irreparably bioken. Catarrh a, There excluding Is every kind of n fanatic, not a fanatic for work. Cupid Is blind to everything save the golden eagle. Arrangement of Books. Stories are told of people who buy shelves of books In blue, green or red bindings to match the color scheme that they plan for their libraries or living rooms. They altogether disregard the subjects of the books. Of course none of us have been guilty of doing this, so we have books of many colored bindings on our shelves. If It doesn't Interfere too much with the arrangement of subjects, why not place them somewhat according to colors which blend? In this way bookcases may be mad real objects of decoration. If those with lighter colored bindings tire placed nearer the top and the darker ones toward the lower part of the case, it helps the case retain Its balance. 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And all three of them knew nt the same Instant It was not exactly the cry they had heard before. They couldn't have told Just why, even If they had wished to lalk about It. In some dim way. it had Inst the strange quality of despair It had held before. It was as If the pack were running with renewt-life, that each wolf was calling to another with a dreadful sort of exultation. It was an excited cry, too not the long, sad song they bad learned to listen for. It sounded immediately behind them. They couldn't help but listen. No human ears could have shut out the sound. IUtl none of them protended that they had heard. And this was the worst sign of all. Kach one of the throe was bop.'ug against hope In his very heart ; nnd nt the same time, boiling that the it Iters did not understand. Tor a long tlt'ie. as the darkness declined about them, the forests were still. Perhaps. Pan thought, he had been mistaken after all. Ills shoulders straightened. Then the chorus blared again. v The man looked back at the girl, smiling Into her eyes. Lennox lay as If asleep, the lines of his dark face curiously pronounced. And the girl, because she was of the mountains, bodv nnd so:il. answer! I).'in'z stnlhv ' Then they knew that nil of them knew the truth. Xot even an Inexperienced ear could have any delusions about the pack song now. It was that oldest of wilderness songs, the hunting-crHint frenzied song of blood-lus- t that the wolf pack uttirr when It Is running on the trail of game. It had found the track of living tlesh at last. "There's no use stopping, or trying to climb a tree," Pan told them simply. "In the first place. Lennox can't do It. In the second, we've got to take n chance for cold and hunger can get up n tree where the olf pack can't." He spoke wholly without emotion. Once more be tightened the traces of the sled. "I've heard that sometimes the pack will chase a man for days without attacking," Lennox told them. "It all depends on how long they've gone without food. Keep on nnd try to forget 'em. Maybe we can keep 'em bluffed." Hut n 8 the hours passed. It became Increasingly dltllcult to forget the wolf pack. It was only n matter of turning the head nnd peering for an Instnnt Into the shadows to catch a glimpse of one of the creatures. Their usual fear of men, always their first emotion, had given way wholly to n bunting cunning; an effort to procure their game without too great risk of their own lives. In the desperation of their hunger they could not remember such things as the fear of men. They y Itut listen, belli of .Villi. If We have tn die, up here III Hie snow and it looks like we hail what is Hie thing .vou want dune uoi-- I we go;" Lennox's hands clasped, and he leaned forward on the sled. "I'ay Craiistnn " he said. "Yes!" Pan's voire rang. "Cranston's never going to be paid unless we do It. There will be no signs of at the house, and no proofs. They'll find our bodies in the snow, ami we'll Jim he a mystery, with no o.ie made to pay. Tl'e evidence in my pocket will be taken by Cranston, s e time Ibis winter. If don't make him pay, he never will pay. And that's one reason why I'm going lo try to carr.v nut this plan I've got. "The second reason Is that It's the one hope we have left. I lake It that none of us are deceived on that point And no man can die tamely if he is a man while time's a chance. I mean a young nan. like me not one who is old mid tired. It sounds peifeclly silly lo talk about finding Cranston's winter quarter.", anil then, with my bare hands, conquering him. taking his food and his blankets :mi his simw shoes and his rille. to light away these wolves, and bringing 'em buck here." "You wouldn't be barehanded," the girl reminded him. "Vou could have the pistol." He didn't even seem to hear her. "I've been thinking about It. It's a long, long chance much worse than the chance we had of geltiuv out by straight walking. I think We could have made it. If the wolves lud kept off and the snowshoe hadn't broken. It would have nearly killed us, I tit I believe we could have got out. 'Unit's why I didn't try this other way first. A man with his bare hands- - hasn't much of a chance against another with a rille. and I don't want you to be too hopeful. And of course, the hardest problem Is finding his camp. "Hut I do feel sure of one thing: that he Is back to his old trapping line on the North Pork somewhere south of here and his camp is somewhere on the river. I think lie would have gone there so that he could cut off anv attempt I might make to get through with those letters. My plan i.s to start back at an angle that will carry me between the North Pork and our old house. Somewhere In there I'll flrd his tracks, the tracks he made wher. be first came over to burn up the bouse. I suppose he was careful to mix 'cm up after once he arrived here, but the first part of the way he likely walked straight Inward the house from his camp. Somewhere, If I go that way, I'll cross his-- trail withThen I'll backin 10 miles at least. track klui lo his camp." "And never come hack!" the. girl cried. ".Maybe not. Hut at least everything that can be done will be ilnm Nothing will be left. No regrets. have.made the Inst trial. Tin r going to waste any time, SnowL The sooner we get our fire built the I:i.v dli-lllll1 ilBl A AiclahlcIVeparauoaBrAJ-J 1 L'hiij'ii'hc5i.vu--r.cllh- - Special Care of Baby. cr BilSf That Baby should have a bed of Its own all are agreed. Yet it Thcrcbi'lVomoUnvJDScrfoii; is more reasonable for an infant to sleep with grown-up- s than to use ChccrTulncssana a man's medicine in an attempt to regulate the delicate organism of Optom.Morphlnencr that same infant. Either practice is to be shunned. Heither would lincral. 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ALLDRUCCISTS. "Maybe We Can Keep Them Bluffed." watching for the gray forms that now and then glided from tree to tree. In reality, he was for wolves. He was gazing down Into his own soul, measuring his own spirit for the trial that lay before him. The girl, unable to step wilh the broken snnvvshoo, rested her weight en one foot and hobbled like a bird with broken wings across to liliu. No sight of all Ibis terrible Journey had been more dreadful In her father's eyes than this. It seemed to split open the strong heart of the man. She touched her hand lo his arm. "I'm sorry. Dan," she told hlui. "You tried so hard " .lust one little sound broke from his throat it strange, deep gasp that Then he could not be suppressed. caught her hand In his and kissed It again and again. "Do you think I care about that?" he asked her. "I only wish I could have done more and what I have done doesn't count. Just as In my tight with Cranston, nothing counts because I didn't win. It's Just fate. Snowbird. It's no one's fault, but maybe. In this world, nothing Is ever anyone's fault." For In the twilight of , those winter Woods-- in the shadow of death Itself, perhaps he wns catching glimmerings of eternal truths that are hidden from all but the most eyes. "And this Is the end?" she asked him. She spoke very 'iravely. "No!" His hand tightened on hers. "No, so long as an ounce of strength remains. To tight never to give jp may Hod give me spirit for It till I die." And this was no Idle prayer. Ills eyes raised to the starry sky as he spoke. "Itut. son," Lennox asked him rather quietly, "what can you do? The wolves aren't going to wait a great ileal longer, and we can't go on." "There's one thing more one more "I trial to make," Pan answered. thought about it at first, but it was too long a chance to try If there was any other way. And I suppose you thought of It too." "Overtaking Cranston?" "Of course. And It sounds like a g Long Pigeon Flight. e of the longest pigeon flights on rtviird will be attempted from Edbetter." monton, Alberta, to San Antonio, Tex. (TO ni: CONTINUED.) Arrangements for the flight have been m between the Kdmonton Homing RULED KING IN SUCCESSION ci mil the San Antonio Homing cl t he distance Is 2,000 miles. Three Sisters of Noble Family Who .ween 10 and W) homing pigeons Became the Favorites of Great i be shipped from San Antonio nnd French Monarch. liberated there hy W. Lees, president of the Kdmonton Homing club. King Louis XIV of Prance fell In The longest flight on record, accordlove with three sisters, one after the ing to Information, was from Home other, the daughters of (he marquis to Liverpool, a distance of more than of Nesle. The first was not n beauty, a thousand mllvs, over dillicult counhut she was a clever woman nnd a try. Ilrooklyn Hagle. good dresser. Her reign ended after three years, when her younger sister France Testing New Roads. appeared. The king's devotion to the Contrary to past practice, composifirst sister was a seciet until Louis, after Indulging too heavily in cham- tion road surfaces arc being put down pagne, paid a call upon his wife, who by the French highway authorities in was so disgusted by his condition that the llhone valley. At Givors a test Is being made of two miles of an she ordereil him to leave her presThis has a ceence. He was bitterly angered, nnd n Italian composition. ment basis and is guaranteed for 15 few days later he publicly acknowledged Ms devotion to Mine. le Muilly. years. The road authorities have exHer younger sister, Pauline, came pressed their willingness to experito the palace with the firm Intent of ment with competitive types of road winning the king from her sister. material. Of IKS.OOO miles of roads She did. hut died suddenly shortly that required repnlrs at the time of after her success. Then the (bird the armistice, 13,020 miles have been sister, Marie Anne, the young greatly Improved, nnd 2,200 miles have widow of the marquis of Tournelle, been completely repaired. Compressed the most able, the most unscrupulous Air Magazine. nnd the most beautiful of the family, Paris War Library. appeared. Mine, de l.i Tournelle, In Over 100,000 volumes nnd almost ns love with a young nobleman, refused tn listen to the king. Louis sent his many pamphlets, etc have been colrival to war, but the young man came lected by the French government, and back wounded, nnd a hero. A young a building will be erected having five The future hiswoman of great beauty was Instructed miles of shelving. to woo the king's rival, which she did torian will probably die in the first so effectively that his passionate let- mile. The collection of manuscripts, ters to lier were sent to the king, who photographs and war records Is appalpromptly showed them to Mine, de la ling as to numbers, nnd there seems to be no limit to the gifts of collectors. Tournelle. This crafty plot was successful, In this country Princeton university and the ambitious favorite, after In- and the University of California nro sisting that her sister should be sent especially strong on war material. away, was given an official place nt Scientific American. court and the title of the duchess of Decorim. Chateaurous. "When you mention that you saw a lady of your acquaintance on the Make Love and Live Long. The act of has a direct street, does your wife ail; you to deInfluence on the heart and blncd, snyi scribe what she wore';" a medical correspondent. It stimu"Certnlnly not," replied Mr. Meek-tolates the working capacity of the for"These days It wouldn't be conmer organ, and keeps It up to concert sidered n proper question." pitch. As a result, the blood circulates with greater strength, Mid every He Couldn't Catch Cold. part of the body Is nccordlnglj "If you please, mum, I've let the str?iigthened. moreover oaby's shawl drop out of the window." ha n very decided influence in stimu"How careless of you! Now baby lating the working of tlu liver. Pat- will catch cold." ent medicines would have to go out o! "Oh! no, mum he's still In the business to n considerable itxtcnt If the shawl." world were more genendb given to the art of making love with gcmilrm Don't Give It Away. feeling. Perhaps Hie mot striking Hetty You mean thing! You said proof of the Immunity of lows froin you wouldn't give nway that secret one form of III, viz., colds nnd chills. I told you Is t.fforded hy the fact that a pair ol Rcrtha 1 didn't. I exchanged It for Cupid's devotees will sit on a damr another secret and a chocolate sua-Aabench for hours and t&ks no hi;rm. love-makiLove-mnkln- The fiiinlly v:isliirc was poltiR tlirinixh Its regular Monday electric Jiicidcntnlly the baseirnslicr route. ment was (lamp, because there bail been no furnace tire. When the lady of the botr-- e started to writiK I lie clothes she found an electric current In the water, due to a short circuit In the motor. After fcteral attempts to wring the clothes before the current Rot In its work, ohe was about ready to give up and wrlns them by hand. "Shucks, mom," said thirteen-year-oln Harry, who knows nil about and Franklin, "I'll bet If you put on your rubbers, so the current can't Co on out of your body jou won't get n shock nt all." And when "mom" tried ihe sucsres-tio- n she found the embryo electrician knew what be was talking about, for she worked in safety while wringing the rest of the clothes. d Kill-so- the teacher. "What Is a feebly. Mis Smith?" "A feebly 1" repeated Miss Smith, In astonished tones. "What do you mean. (Jeorgie? Feebly Is an adverb, not a noun." Georgio wns unconvinced. "It's somethilng that grows," he said. "It says so here." "Uring me your book, said the mystified teacher. Whereupon Georgle complied and laboriously rend out tho sentence: "The man had n feebly growing down on his chin." ewuuumis it SOLON PALMER raw rout .M PESKY BED-- ; ? r D.Q.L J3E and Their In a..p Hjaches Going Back. "My dealt." said .Mrs. Snuy. wearily raising herself on one elbow, "we really must economize, don't you know." 'True, nugel," said Mr. Snuypn-Jipzenodding his bead fully three languid times. "We must go back to er hack to Nature!" "Precisely, love; back to Nature. . . . "James, tell the butler he may take two days off each week Instead of one. We nre going to live the simple life I" n. Natural Aptitude. "What In your opinion makes the true diplomatist?" "A true diplomatist has to think so The Wants of a Pioneer. Writing to the editor of the Palimpsest, John P. Irish recounts some of of Iowa pioneer life the hard.-hlnnd tells the story of one of those Go to your druggist or dealer pioneer women and her granddaughand ask for package of ter, who asked: "Grandma, you were here In the early days?" "Yes, I was a pioneer." "Well, were you poor?' "Yes. we were all poor." you have and get relief, with no bad "Couldn't whai you wanted?" after effects. You can depend "No. I could not." Upon "White Caps. They contain "Did you have no meat?" no narcotic ot prohibitive drugs. "No, nothing but venison, wild turTrial Sb 10 ctt. Regular S&e S ctt. keys, prairie chickens nnd quails." CO, Kltlnw. IU. GUTS EST BROS. "Did you have no sugar?" "Nothing but maple sugar." "What did you want that yon couldn't get?" "It was New Orleans molasses and Reduces Bursal Enlargement, salt mackerel." Thickened. Swollen Tbsues, ps Tour Druggist has it or It for you, or mailed prepaid on receipt of price by the OWL CHEMICAL. WOItKS. Terre Haute. Ind. Genuine P. D. Q. la never peddled. enough to a million, patent rAnts them a the kill spout free, cent package makes ona fcts As Well NEURALGIA ? a mm cm Curbs, Filled Tendons. Soreness from Bruise or Strain; lar uo the horse. stops Sparta Lameness, allays pais. quick iind see so many different posUsed to It sibilities," said Senator Sorghum, "that "Ho doesn't seem to mind a thin? I wouldn't ttndertnkc to define his people say when he is addressing his qualities. You might as well ask me ball preparing to drive." what makes n good poker player." "No. He's used to having sarcastic remarks thing at him." Overstocked. That so?" "Yes. He docs the carving at dinner "Why Is It thnt pessimists seem to time nt his house and his wife has have so much trouble?" "Optimists never borrow any." a large family." Does not blister, remote the hair or S2.S0 a bottle at druggists or delirered. Boole 1 R free. ABSORBINE, JR., for mankind aa antiseptic liniment for bruises, cuts, wounds, strains, painful, swollen veins or Elands. It heals and soothes. J1.25 a bottle at drug, gilts or postpaid. Will tell you mors if you write. Made in U. S. A. by W. F. YOUNS. Inc., Ill Tunis It, SsrimlsK. Mass. Don't Count bur Night Hours Counting the clock strokes at night means losing the day hours in drowsiness. A cup of tea or cofFee at hedtime often results in dreary wakefulness. TUOCC1IT FORCE. HEALTH AND 8UC CCSS ASSOCIATION and peeure Seven Wonderful lessons which positively teach you applied CONCENTRATION; how to acquire a good MEMORY; bow to develop a powerful WILL: bow ta Influence others to do aa you wish. Marvelous Formulas for developing; your Tsychlc Towers; bow to vain Health. Success and Happlnesa. Tou receive the Maclct Success Talisman. Membership certificate and Button. The Lessons are especially arranged for The T. F. H. 8. A. 1. a oody of HARMONIOUS THINKINO l'EOPLE sendlne HELPFUL, THOUGHTS to all members. These Remarkable Lessons are not sold; to secure them you must become a MEMBER. For Information writ the Founder. liR. nANCIL CORORKT Han Ulece. Calif. 01 TVett Fir MreeS Don't Be a Failure Join the Postum Cereal is a hot, cheering, meal-tim- e Make Your Spare Time 25c POLITICS WARMING IN ITALY Term. A;enla and Itepretentatliea Wanted The New Mar roluli nnd Cluur RE-Ku- L 1'olUh for Furniture ana liotor-ear- s rltani and polishes In ONE operation, drlas Inttantlr. removes scratches and coloration, brines tack that Instre which Jaata Indefinitely and preaervea by formlnf Jim ovar finish. Every housewife buys on Easily sold, sroat repealer and Do not compare RE KOI. with jolUhea. CiclmtTt territory allotted. A Grcenfl-ld, -- ti l.tOO. Nancy Hall Potato Plants Allen Shannan. Coming Election Expected to Be One of the Hottest In the Country's History. Ing the nrenn with enthusiasm, and the Issuance of n decree dissolving the chamber of deputies and fixing tho date for the general elections Is considered the official opening of the con- test. " i Mil jaejimjumijLf ti. ohio. tARRISON MFO. CO.. No. elections, Home. Itnly's general which will be held on May 15, will mark the termination of what Is predicted will be the greatest political campnlgn In this country since ISIS, when the constitution, so long fought S West for, was granted. ....iJHJLErtJjtJ - nrrr nnf Tfitlons . nrp . eniefs, -- i One of the main features of the campaign will be an attempt to reduce the number of Socialist deputies to something like a real proportion to the Mrength of tTiat party In Italy. The Socialists vvllf come before the electors divided fnto three sections. The siiiallel section Is made tip of communists, led by Slg. DombaccI ; the largest faction consisting of unionists who arc led by Slg. SerratI, a experienced politician. The remainder of the party Is made up of moderates. The Catholics are split, the right wing having as the chief Item of Its program the solution of the "Itoman question." The left wing of the party comprises the '"athollc extremists, but the bulk of the Catholics have formed an organization under the name of tn Keeping Them Interested. "Several of your sub titles were historically incorrect." "That Is n part of the movie lure-W- e wnnt to give the people something to find fault with." Film Fun. To Be Exact. "Is young Pubson still dancing attendance on Miss Pencher?' "Strictly speaking, he's chugging attendance." "Yes?" "It's a motor car courtship." Illr- it at any hour of the day as many cups as you like with no irritation to nerves. Better nights and brighter ings usually follow a change beverage, fully satisfying to the taste, and you can drink to Postum as the table drink. "TTiere's Made - a Reason" ty Postum Cereal CoJncBattle CreekMich. varieties, let. tic; (09. 11.50: 1.001. (.000, 111. Cauliflower. Tomato and Aster, 100. SOc. Svery plant a rood on. W. J. MYEU3. R. S. MASSILLON. OHIO. PICTURE AD .MKN TO SELL MOTION A small InvestVK1CX1MNO to Merchant ment for equipment and protected territory wilt secure for you a hlxhly profitable business. Syndicate Dept.. NatL Film rubllclty Delmar Blvd.. St. Louis. U. 3. A. Corp.. CA 11 II A On PLANTS Early Jersey Wakefield Porto Rico Potato Plants SI. 00 thousand. uaxiey. ua. , 11.40 thousand, rosselt riant ' Acents Wanted "TEA-BO- " wonderful band soap, iiousenoia necessity; reuiuTea icru 40c brims you can. crime instantly. Co., Bell Block. Cincinnati. O. " ALABAMA LANDS Bargains; term. and other businesses. D. J ADDISON. LA PINE, ALABAMA. 12.50; for this territory. OSMA COMPANY, too W. Uth su NW 10KK. CA11IIACB PLANTS J.00O.00O. June A July delivery. By matt, prepaid. Ballhead. other by aelltaa- - OSMA FLOWER OIL, a very refined perfume no alcohol which contains whatever but la composed of purest flower oils only. Sold through exclusive sctnts only, at very reasonable prices: aelta very readily and Insures Wanted larce Income. Pay FRCP W." If I PS CINCINNATI, NO. popular party. tr:: 21-1- mlnliam Age-llerat- N. U iting her uncle, George Turley and man) Mr. Arthur Points, was most Report of the Condition of toricliiiig aitd at'th'e same time amusfamily and other friends. - - - - KY. UWINGSVILLE, CITIZENS BANK .1. M. Steele is on the sick list this ing. Much credit s due Prof. DawPublished Weekly, son for the splendid manner with wek. doing business at the town of Sharps burp, County of Bath, State of KenFor Unusual Bargains. )f the nedy nt the close of business on 7th day of May, 1921. "Tpntered according to act of Con-js- s, Scleral from here attended the which he managed the whole enterMEN'S NETTLETON SHOES, ALL SIZES at the Owingsville, Ky., Post-"N- s Cncl:ic at Ml. Sterling last week. tainment. RESOURCES AND LASTS $10.00. as second-elnsA number of our citizens attendAirs. Eva Billiard after a visit with .nhscription friends al OKmpia tills week, return ed the Knight Templar's Conclave at E OUTLOOK'S MICHAEL STERN SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUNG Loans and Discount $80,907.88 .... arc as follows: MEN ?G5.00 Suit $10.00, $55.00 Suit $35.00 Mt. Sterling the past week and recd home. Overdrafts, seeured and unsecured ... 2,128.79' iTear $1.50 By $40.00 Suit $25. Albert (Sinter and wife, of Kendall port it as being the biggest thing evStoekH, Itonds and other Securities '"Months .......... 22,600.00- 75c. RANDALL PARRISH ee Months .............................. 45c. Spring, isitcd Joe Morris nnd family er held there. All Palm Beach and Cool Cloth Suits i Price, Ladies' and Due from Banks ., 33,74(5.24 . t Author of week. Children's Slippers under competitors last Cash on hand E. D. THOMPSON, 6,654.07 " The Strange Case of CaetnJtih. " MOORE'S FERRY Charlie Payne and family, and the ''hecks and iitber cah items ... 22.00' "Comrades of Peril." - - - Kentucky. wlngsvllle, Shirtinps, Sheetings. Cottons, Percales, Ginghams, lower Bro. Tom Crouch and Wesley Misses Donaldson, of near Mt. Ster-iln"The Dccil'i Own." etc. Hoiim-- , Furniture and Fix tures Itiiiikin 7,181.18: than we have seen them for years. Itlcvius, of Preston, preached to a 11121. THURSDAV, MAY t isited Mrs. .1. I). Alexander We are making prices on all merchandise in Other Assets not included under any of above heads 16.16 large audience at Hedriek's school our house. Come and enjoy them. week. ' ....Total.. $158,250.32 double-rivete- d house Sunday morning and night. Here is a M0CRATIC ANNOUNCEMENTS GOODPASTER & CO. Miss Mattie Carpenter, of Mt. Their next appointment hero will be LIABILITIES mystery story as thrilling Sterling, iv visiting her aunt, Mrs. For County Judge the fourth Sunday in June. Capital Stork paid in, in cash $15,000.00 ... fKFW CVCinrKSnvnlEWIT9M as anything this great Jim Treadway. ('ROOKS. S. 0 Most every body nre done plantSurplus Fund 7,000.00 master of mystery, advenMrs. .1. 1). Alexander received a KWIXO OOXN'HR ing corn here. Fiidixidcd I'rolits, less expenses and taxes paid 2,858.97 ture and romantic tales, letter from her daughter. Miss Lena JOHN' CLARK I Wilson Ford is sjill poorly. i .13J.fi!)5.29 Deisits subject to check has produced. It is ever who is working fir the F. W. .TOSKI'H WILLIAMS ' '.Miss (ilayds Adams, of Fleming Cashier's cheeks outstanjin.' 000.00 132,695.29 compounded of love, inCo., that she was on her way For Sheriff county, attended meeting at Hedrick Due Hanks and Trust Companies 702.06 trigue, a million dollars to Mexico. S. M. KSTILL. last Sunday. ..Total $158,256.32 Iogau Eaelm and wife, of Spen and mysterious criminals FaJininp and Ma'"' TVpnlirs: Aaron E. (J. Wells, Nathaniel Markland, cer, visited Miss Eliza Maxev the in a most unusual comSTATE OF KENTUCKY II. Botts. luingsville and Turner Spencer THI BANK FOR ALL past week. ;0UHTY OF BATH bination. RORKRT K. DITF. visited Mr. David Statou Sunday. Rollie Carpenter and wife, of Pa Deputies: David 15. Myres, and Nam W'c, Ben T. Wright nnd T. E. Ad ams, l'resident and Cashier It involves agents of the T. F. Razor is some belter of his the ris, visited his parents. Roe Carpen -aliove named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is U. S. government and a illness. ter and wife. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY true to the best of our knowledge and belief. Next Monday will bp Decoration band of South American The Stepstone baseball team and D. W. DOfiOKTT Day. Mr. Millard Slaton, of Peeled BF.X T. WRIGHT, President. snfc sis As plotters. Like all his stories the Ewington team played a game For COUNTY CLERK Oak, will preach at Hedriek's SunT. K. ADAMS, Cashier. it has some one unique here Sunday Ewington winning by COLK BARXKS XuWrihed and sworn to before me this 13th day of May, 1921. prurience; day, May 23. feature. In this case it is Deputies: Charles Ilri.stow and Clifl a score of 7 to 1. : .My Commission empires Feb. 13, 1922. .1. C. VAN'ARSDELL, Mrs Lucas has been on the sick the strange and puzzling Hendrix. list for several days. Notary Public. character of the heroine. PEBBLE For Tax Comm'ssitr.er Some farmers are ready to set I JO.NTS THOMAS L. LOCUST GROVE Deputies: Ed B. Hewitt, of Beliie'. bacco on the first season. Vlntt I. irk Reed and family o Soon to Appear in Several from here attended com I The voting of a .fJoO.OOO bond isand Thos. Crotieh, of Preston. Fork and Miss Paris Hendrix went these Columns RUN-DOWN day at Flemingshurg Monday. sue for road purposes is the absorb- j WEAK; JOK ARNOLD to Martha's Mill one day last week iMrs. Alia Perkins and children ing iiiestion in Montgomery county. Deputies: Roy May, of Sharps on a fishing trip. They had a fine The election will take place Satur- Carolina Lady Got So She Could I'tirj:, and Stanley Clark f Salt Lick. and Taylor Woodard, of near Flem time but a small catch. i ingshurg, visited their mother, Mrs, Jut Drag. "Cardui Built Me day. For Clerk of Circuit Court. ' Walter Crouch and family visited Up," She Declares. j Chris Woodard several days. KARLK B. THOMPSON relatives near Mt. Sterling recently. Willie Henderson, of Reynold;will be a dunce given by There WATSON S. THOMAS. Kcrnersvllle, N. C In an Interest-- , Mrs. Mollie Hendrix is visiting Work has been begun on the Shale he Owingsville boys in the hall ing statement regarding cardul, ins ville, visited his sistej, Mrs. Annn For Jailer relatives at Cowan Station. Tonic, Mrs. Wesley Mabe, ot Tho total estimated above i Rock plant. Turner Sunday. It. C. Byron's store, Thurs-- 1 Woman's SAM T. JOXKS. near here, recently said: "I have Stall Sanderson and family, of cost of this plant will be about day night, May 26. Music by the known Cardul lor years, but neter Claude Burhage, the sixteen month CABK SNKDKO.Mt. near Sherburne and Nick Reed and $700,000,, knew Its worth until a year or so ago. old baby of Johnny E. Stewart, died Owingsville Orchestra. FLOYD CROUCH con I was In a weakened, family, of East Fork, spent Sunday Saturday and was buried Siiudav at ... dition. I became draggy didn't eat or ( STATON. with Willie Hendrix nnd family. papers, had 'Allitho ' sleep to do any good; couldn't do any- Mrsi Sam. Hnrt liged about 45 Gilead. DKIv THKIR t H Mrs. Davy Hawkins is 'confined excellent Siid'lnhorate'Teports" Of yearf.Vdft'dlHt'htir honieWii Olympian1'' tiling witnout a grrat cuort. i inea And wife visited Brvan Dujvt-different remedlet and medlclnss, yet Si-W.Wi "NIXON It"'! to her bed with 'stomach trouble. Kiught.Teji!pur.s meeting in ,.tluu Springs neighborhood Tuesday night i I continued to drag. the former's I'alhcr, David Doggett 5H - NATHAN SOIfKKM, Jr. "I decided to give Cardul a trial, Angie Swetnam visited Miss town' last week.' Miss Deceased was a 'daughter of George and' found It was just what I really of near Reynoldsville Sunday. Representative For Rose Crump on I'pper White Oak needed. It made me feel much strong- Reflit. H. C. Whitton, wife and daughter, VAX Y. OREKN. In the authorized list nen ilr.ssi-tieSaturday night nnd Sunday. gah to eat more, and the nervous, Miss Hazel, and Miss Bulab Maddox THOS. J. KNIGHT. as deserters from the United The suicide of John Rion,' near weak feeling began to leave. Soon I went to Maysville last Friday. CLARKNCR POWER. SLATE VALLEY States army, Bath county is credit- Cynthiaiia, is said to ' have lieen was sleeping good. up as no other -Good painters like to do good work. They are as Cardul built me Mrs. Nannie Hornhack and grand For Circuit Judge. Ida Belle Bailey visited Virgaline ed with live. in seeing that much interested as the property-owne- r caused by drinking of dandelion tonic ever did. daughters, Miss Luev Rogers and Snedegar nt Oxvingsville Saturday HENRY R. PREWITT. "I used Card u with one daughter the paint they put on looks good and wears well. The inc. puny, frit bad and tired out who was Miss Lena B. Woodard visited the night. For Commonwealth's Attorney. Cynthiana has voted a $20,000 fact means much, therefore, that many painters always all tbe time. It brought her right out. former's sister, Mrs. Rachel Wages wes as well as a girl Wilbur Hornhack, of Bald Eagle, bond issue for building a graded use Hanna's Green Seal Paint on every house painting and W. C. HAMILTON. The condition of Kentucky's wheat could Boon she think there Is notLlng be. We job. They find that f Farmers from Friday till Sunday visited John Traylor Sunday. MAGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT sehool house at that place. crop indicates a yield of 7,851,000 like Cardul." afternoon. HANNA'S GREEN-SEA- L PAINT IOiiise Stone, of Lower Slate, vis Do not allow yourself to become R. T. MYERS ' ushels ns compared to 5,610,000 womanly from weak and produces the right results. It imparts a beautiful The work of oiling the streets was MAGISTRATE 6th DISTRICT. ited her aunt Mrs. Julius Diiile;. troubles. Take Cardul. You may find bushels hist vear. glossy finish; it wears well; it forms a durable film commenced last week. from Friday until Monday. It Just viiat you really need. For SALT LICK OLLIE CRAYCRAFT that covers the surface thoroughly without brush more than 40 years It has been used oy Jennie Coyle is visiting Mrs. Coyle Mrs. J. W. Snedegar's class of the CHARLES MYERS The Rowan county company of thousands and thousands, and found marks showing; and every gallon spreads' out over a Monday, May 30th, will be decoREPUBLICAN ANNOUNCEMENT? Christian church Sunday school will La t lira m at IV - t'- s week. wide area. N'ational Guards has been culled to just as Mts. Mabe describes. NC-HMrs. Jennie (! ' aster and Mat-ti- ration day. jive n luncheon on Saturday after For Jailer In tho lohg. fUH Green Seal is the brand most ecoi. do duty in the West Virginia coal At your druggist's. nomical to UI6 t)h your property. Manley visited relatives at KenRxmEUTSw.VXDEIt.SOX. noon, May 2Sth. Proceeds to go to mine region. the Maysville district conference Sold By-- dall Spring Sunday. CHARLIE HORNBACK the building fund of that church. of the M. E. Church is in session at THREE PRESIDENTS Mr. Nat McCarty and bride JOHN T. KIMBROUGH & SON, Owingsville, Ky. OUTLOOK $1.50 PER YEAR. Moorefield. PRESTON Miss Hackney of Frenchburg) OLYPSPSA James Ewing, a highly respeeted ASK AID FOR CHINA Mrs. T..jMlart was in Salt Lick-on- e were over Sunday guests of Mr. and colored man of the Peeled Oak neigh Warner's Breeding: Stock Mrs. Clcll McCarty. They will go to day last week. borhood, died early Sunday morning housekeeping in Mt. Sterling as Mr. Mrs. W. W. Pierce, of KinRstyn, of acute indigestion. He was about Harding, Wilson and Taft Appeal W. Va is the guest of her parent? Carty is an employe of the K. & S. 63 years of age and was one of the to Americans to Help Stricken A. railroad whose headquarters are Mr. and Mrs. Georpe Swnrtz. few old fashioned polite colored men Millions of Sister Republic. injured liy at that place. Dr. Clark vat, who nre met with now. He was inMiss Jennie Xorvel left Friday to ' a pitch fork which was thrown from dustrious, strictly honest in business ' I The President and two the I urn loft and accidentally truek spend a few days at Carlisle before dealings. A farmer, and owned con- of the Fnlted States have Joined, for going to Richmond Normal School. ju-- t him en the leg aliove the knee the first time In the history ot the siderable property. Mrs. T. B. Staggs had the misfor He is in a very dangerous conditio country. In an appeal for a philanthropic enterprise. President Hnnl nc. and there are grave doubts as to his icr.c to fall and break her ankle in FORGE HILL ' Wilson ami t ? plnces last Friday. She was takrecovery. Raymond Goodpastcr and wiWand Taft are all In the forefront of the S. A. Swartz, wife and children en to a Lexington hospital for treat-t.- c sister, Blanch, of Montgomery cVun-t- movement to end aldfrom Amerlcn to the famine victims of China. t and is reported slightly nd Melvin Swartr of Pratt W. Va., spent the past week with 0. W. One of Pres'dent Hnrdlng's first The many friends of this Barber oC 4hcir.iiotler Mrs. are tbeKuestR his InmiRurntlon, tnkenil and family. opuinr young nVatron' nope1 for Tier Elizabeth SwaiJti.Xl'O. " Marion Russell, little son of Rus- when he hndheei) l.n.,U.ieI1Whttf. Hp.usej1 UL,'J-- ' ! VII' ;.. les than' two weeks, wri to renew 'the ' PRINCE-wil- l Mrs. W.nKHPictrB'Viiiited friends sell Bailey nnd wife, has been very appeal 'matf"by Villi 'prrflerev'srir1 In make"tlie"seasbh i? The bur'al of Mr. James Otis took ill with in Lexington: Saturday. , diphtheria at the home of half of Amerlrn slater. reimliltc In the, of . 1921 vat my barn onetnd a place at Polksville beside his wife East. President Hard ng snld In part: half miles southwest of OwingsB. F. Pcnix, wife and children his grandfather, Richard Manley. "At this, the earliest prnctlcnhle mo- ville. Prince is a saddle horse, and was conducted by the I. 0. 0. F. were the Sunday guests of their paMisses Virginia Anderson nnd Mac ment hi my administration, I desire to chestnut sorrel in color, weight on Monday, May 16 rents Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Penis. Shrout spent the week end with Miss add my own to the many Hppeals about 1150 pounds. Fee which have been Issued heretofore In Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Points enterBorn, to J. L. Brown and wife (nee Lueilc Moore. behalf of the starving people of a Inrce Miss Agnes Swartz), of Clearfield, tained a few friends nt a luncheon sect'on of China. TEN DOLLARS given in honor of her mother Mrs. n son Morris "The picture of China's dlstres Is so trn?le that I nm moved, therefore, birth day on Rev. West, of Morehead, conduct- Jones' seventy-fift- h t to renew the appeal heretofore niuile to insure a colt to stand up and Writes Thrilling Monday, May 16th. It was a ,most LACY-COON- S ed hrvicci at the M. E. church Sunand to express the hope that the Amer: suck. beautiful occassion coming as a tribday. lean people will continue to rontrllmti; Tales I also have two good young to this humanitarian cause as gcneri Geo. Bowman, wife and children, ute of loving tenderness from an af-- ft jncks which will make the season ouslj- - ns thry possibly can." ' tionatc and dutiful daughter and of Bowling Green, are visiting Mrs. OWINGSVILLE, KY. Tn nppo nrlng the American commitat tho same time and place at tee for China Famine Fund, with his The guests were Bowman's parents Mr. and Mrs. H. worthy own Immediate predecessor TEN DOLLARS In the Mr. and Mrs. Parker Pierce, of Mt. P. Shultz. White House, Tuft, us Perry Staten, of Ashland, was Sterling, Mrs T. B. Staggs 'and mothone of the members, nnd Thomas W. to insure a coll to stand up and I .n iiidii t of New York, ns er Mrs. Rob't. Diekcrson, Mrs. John here Sunday. chairman. suck, money due when the colt President Wilson Mild In his corns, mare parted with or bred Mrs. E. A. Thomas, of Hunting Paul Wood and little daughter Mary : to other stock. Care taken to ton, Mrs. John Shultz, of ML Ster- Cabell and Mrs. Jennie Norvell. The "Not only In the name of humanity, but In that of the friendliness whtfli prevent accidents but will not be place cards wens inscribed with ling, Mrs Bale Hiekerson, of r, we feel for a jrreat people In distress, responsible should ::ny occur. and Mrs. Robert Guy, of beautiful and fitting lines and were I venture to ask that our clt rens shall, even tlioimti the task of kIvIiik Is not Howard's Mill, were called here read by the family and guests at the J. DUDLEY WARNER. today a llsht one. respond as they can Sunday to l.c with their father Dr. table. Everyone went home feeling to this distant hot appealing cry for better for having been present. N. T. Clark. help." The last of the closing exercises T. L..Tackett, of Ashland, was The liual census (inures jiluce the Catarrh her Sunday to see his son Roscoe, of Salt Lick High and Graded sehool population of the United States nr Catarrh Is a local disease creatly Influpw Have Seen Radium. wh'o is very ill at the home of his were rendered in Campbell's Hall on conditions. by constitutional enced Radium Is a metal that Is described 117,859,358. HALL'S CATAItUlI MEDICINK Is a evening by Mrs. Snedegar's as Imvlnc n white metallic luster. It sister Sirs. J. L. Gray. Tonic and Dlood Purifier. By cleansing , the blood has been Pointed only once or twice, and building up tne system. II. U. Richardson and wife, of Mt. ai 1 Miss Goodpaster's rooms and on I have J..--t .c ... u a Sltpplv uf HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE restores have een It. It Is and few .cr.-oSteSterling, visited relatives here Sun- Tussday by the High School, Prof. ordinarily obtained from Its ores in Pratt's Poultry F I. do Us work. All DrusKists. Circulars free. the form or sulphate, chloride or broDawson's students. day. F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio. HEESE WELLS. mide, nccordlni; to the United states Thff little folks of Miss GoodpasSeveral from hero attended the RANDALL PARRISH geological survey. Department of the guarKnights Templar conclave at Mt. ter's room acquitted themselves beInterior, and It Is In the form Of these One of the most popular, most yond all expectations demonstrating suits Hint It Is usually sold and used. Sterling last week. and typically American a Misses Anna Katherine and Marie the perfect training they had receiv- writen of the day, it Randall Parrish. These are all white or nearly white substances, wlnwe appearance Is no He deals largely in plots of romance, Roberts, of Paintsville, came Friday ed. more remarkable than that of common Mrs. Snedegar's student's play, mystery and adventure. Frequently suit or hakiiiK powder. Tubes to visit their grandmother Mrs. Lucy A the setting is in the West, but not nullum salts plow mostly be"The Podunk Limited" was a source always. His latest story "The MysHart. cause they Include impurities of fun from beginning to end and tery of tbe Silver Dagger" is laid in the radiations from the radium which Mrs. Nancye Maze is poorh-thi- s cause all of them were typical passengers the East and introduces new char- to slve licht. Radium minerals are time. C. OUR SPECIATIES: ery rarely. If ever, luminescent. Loud and long were the cheers from acters and incidents. One of its unangles is the mystery with Owingsville,- , B. the audience. Between acts there usual STEPSTONE which he surrounds the principal 'Little Lizzie Reflit and her little were recitations by Misses Loralne female participant. You do not disReally Indian Invention. 3, Arabic figures were Invented not by brother spent last week with their i and Peaehie Ratlin. cover until the final chapter whether OUR MOTTO: but by the Indians. grandmother, ilrs. Reflit at piympir 'rof. Dawson's 'The Average Man' she is a dangerous criminal, a foreign tbe Arabs jtter, a secret service agent or just Mr, A. J. Garrett continues very i certainly a masterpiece. A high r' Hypocrite Betrays Himself. poorly. ss drama with a fine moral. Each a normal, sweet American girl acting Usually it Is easy enough to feel from a high oense of duty. Such unon 56 Miss Artie Kin id, of Mt. Steiling L well hit t specially wonlo certainty adds to the charm of the whether there Is a sound human heat spent Sunday wu.- Miss Clay Blov- - wc jote "T;.;l DiiM'' Ihe old sL.'c, narrative. 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