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BYKOX. lines. ternoon at the home of Mrs. L. 0. David Haley, of Fayette, lnd., -- Kimbrough. The following officers oil well was drilled visiting Robt. Hart and wife. A were elected for the club year beginin. in Warren county last week. Mrs. J. I. King visited friends ning in September: Mrs. Edgar in Lexington :md Yichester last Denton, President; Mrs. H. C. Oudg- Master' Hand Tobacco Setter . ell. Vice President; Mrs. R. C. Byweek. K. - & A. T. BYKOX'S. at ron, Recording Secretary; Mrs. H. J. Mrs. Parks Donaldson, of Mt Ioc Teas H. C. I J.OOO-lmrrel I- OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE 9. 1921. NUMBER 47. -- 5- nt Byron'. PERSONAL. ! OWINGSVILLE CHAUTAUQUA BE(iINS JUNE AFTERNOON I2i), 1021 THE PROGRAM NIGHT We are the, home of all pood canK. C. BYKOX. x ned products. Sterling, visited relatives here Sat urday. Lacy, Corrcswuding Secretary; Mrs. Mrs. (". L. Wilson has returned from a visit to her parents at CaliMrs. Cordelia Scott, aged (57 years fornia, Ky. A' the close or the business ses died at the home of her daughter. was spent nn.l ton a soe"r.l 1'slie Slirout, wife and cliildrin Mr. Uf Davis at Bethel. isited relatives at Millershurg Sat ruisic w is furnished by Misses Grace- Crooks, Thclmn Johnson, 1 have just received a supply of urday and Sunday. Richards mil Constance Bolts, Pratt's Poultry Food. ('atlctt, who attends Miss I.m-illthe lub colors, gold and white, werj KKKSB WKIXS. Virginia College at Roanoke, Va.. carried out in Toe decorations and at home for vacation. .!. A. Power will repair your watch the iM'lulili'nl it fioshineuts of ies Mrs. Seth Hulls has returned from :ml cake. clock, praphophone and spectacles, cheaper than elsewhere. Route No. 1 a visit to ner sou .Mason isous ami family at Sharpsbnrg. CLARENCE B. CASSIDY. One new and one second hand Re Elsewhere in this issue will be Civile Peed has gone to Grand-liclmi Tohaeco Setter for sale by Oklahoma, where he has em- found the announcement of Clarence K. L. & A. T. BYKOX. B. Casidy, of Salt Lick, as a candiployment in the oil fields. f date for the ollice of County AttorMrs. Itcttie Atchison spent lai ney. Mr. I have a fine lot of sweet-potat- o Casidy's announcement has week with her father Mr. Huff, pants flor sale. been delayed because of ill health, Hilltop, Fleming county. MRS. JACOB KIXCA1D incurred while serving with the Ma-liMiss Angie Young Jackson was Corps in France during our This is the headquarters for teas the guest of Miss Ida Belle war with Germany. and coffees. at Mt. Sterling last week. Alter finishing the course in the R. C. BYKOX. Mrs. Cora Herndon, who has been public schools of this county, he atOwings-villsupper visiting Mrs. 11. J. Daily, has return- tended the High School in There will he an and Transylvunia University, at Slate Valley Saturday night June ed to her home at Carlisle. at Lexington, and has had several 11. Mr. and Mrs. Mitt Weedon, nftci arc experience as practitioner i a visit to relatives here, have return- Bath and adjoining counties. i . uei onr prices ou coa., 1(;r ,lonic in Cill(.;,mnt l, Mr. Cassidy is a man of unswervlime and cement hefore buying. Right Miss Lottie Mae Harris, of Lex- ing integrity mid high ability. If prices and prompt delivery. TIIE WALTER YOUNG COAL CO ington, visited her mother Mrs. W. Icit 'i'. there is n- d' ubt hut that I. Phelps the latter part of last he will discharge the duties of the Tlie hond issue question in Mont- week. ollice with credit to himself and satgomery county carried hy a majority near isfaction to the public. He thoroughof Mrs. David Staton, of 1520 in a total vote of 2025 for to Moore's Ferry, came Saturday to ly believes that 100 cents worth of against. 4!)!) ervice should be rendered for every Mrs. Edmuml visit her daughter hilar paid out in salaries, and will Charley Maze, 28, son of Sam Wells. endeavor to live up to that- standard Maze, and Miss Minnie Maiipin, 23 Miss Alta Chandler, who is n if selected for the place to which he daughter of John Maupin were mar- teacher in the High School at Padu-caaspires. adv. ried at the residence of Rev. Roht. is at home for the .summer va!i. Bailey Saturday. cation. Clay Royse Boot and Shoe Surgeon. Clay Royse wishes to announce Mrs. Collie' Mo'rc and little son ICE $1.50 per Hundred ICE returned Tuesday after a visit to to his patrons and the public generx on Sunday from Will he at John K. Jones and family at Xew-atl- ally that he now has the most mo t 5 o'clock to 11:30 a. to. and during eir. and best equipped estabnsh-iiient- s lnd. week at (5 a. nu Delivering from 7 for the repairing of bo.its Misses Nettie and Lucy T'lomas to 9 a. m. and bhoes in this part of the State, were guests of Mrs. Frank Orme in W. A. POWER. including machinery for sevriii on Montgomery county several days the half-soland other mending and Tulsa, Oklahoma past week. In n race riot at harness and sadco repair work. negroes were J) white men and 90 Win. EStill, who nttends the K. M. Your shoes repaired while you vait, killed and about 300 wounded. About 1. at Lyndon, near Louisville and in or send your work hy parcel post n million and a half dollars worth Florida during the winter months, is and receive it hy nturn mail propof property belonging to negroes was nt home for the vacation. William erly done. dest roved by fire. expects to graduate next year. ROBERT KLINE. county, Jiw. Moore, of Menifee Clell Shult, of Alva, Oklahoma, Robt. Kline died at his home in Mr. Moore writes his sister Mrs. Ed Palmer that was in town Monday. Sharpsbnrg Monday night aft"r long he had, just been married. Mr. formerlv lived here. All his children illness of heart trouble. Mr. Kline Shultz has licen in Oklahoma for having married and left home he and was i0 vears old. He was greattv mere than iwentv years. This is his his wife are living nlone on their J respected by 1iis community. He is Salt lick farm. second marriage. . ijrvived by his wife and one son. Mrs. HvG. Byron, who had beep Burial at Sharpsbnrg Vednes'daybJ lost 6he walked with Kings and ' in Islington to witness the gradualie r" order: the common touch. Then came n tion of her niece Miss Elan Estill at hour when her mother's vine-ela- u Card Of 1 hanks. Hamilton College, has returned home cottage was a citadel of love. See We desire to thank our friends accompanied hy her nieces Misses "Once to Every Woman" at the Ly- Elan and Reva Estill. and neighbors a'ul especially Dr. ric, June 14. Gilmore, who so kindly and tenderly Morga Atcinson, oi rrnumorl. assisted us during the illness and Lightning Mruck and killed the came Monday to visit his father death of our beloved father, J. W. mare, Minnie, nt the Judge J. L. Atchison, ne was ac Darnell. home of Thos. Wells one day last companied hy hi cousin Miss CrysTHE CHILDREN. and tal Lorene Atchison, of Kantas, who week. This mare was owned uoed by Ben Wells, who has been will visit relatives for a week or two. American Legion Meeting. dead 19 years. There will be a meeting of the Oeo. Templeiiiau, of Terre Haute, Bath Post American Legion at the lnd., after a visit of several weeks Marry at Winchester. in Owingsville, Sunday, to his brother-in-laLee Jones, of court-hous- e Virgil Peterson of Bourhon-Jcoun-t- y, this town, and other relatives U June 12. Important business in re and Miss Ella Tapp, second Bath ard to renting ami turuisliiug a and Rowan counties, left Sat daughter of Dawson Tapp and wife urday for hit home. Mr. Templemat! room will lie transacted. Lvery of near this town, were married at married Miss Mary Wells, a dang:: member of the Post is expected to be Winchester Thursday. ter of Edmund Wells, Sr., deceased. iresent. Sil-snX ne re-ete, ice-hoe, es Ma-s-mw Coleman Elliott, Treasurer; Mrs. II. J. Daily, Auditor; Directors, Mrs. A. T Byron, Mrs. Leslie Slirout, Mr. I'. II. (Joodpasie . I FIVE SPRING MAIDENS A Violin Orchestr i HR LES "Democracy, Five Maidens JESSE, Lecture Divine or Devilish" OThe Crotian Tamburica Orchestra ABEL CANTU, Lecture "Mexico and the Mexicans" not dry out, curl or split, wind does not loosen them. not rot, THESE shingles dodo not them the nail heads rust off, they do THE CROTIAN TAAIBURICA Orchestra "FRIENDLY ENEMIES" New York Play and Cast Mine. Ringsdorf and Company HON. HOMER B. HULBERT i 3 JOSEPH DEVLIN, Lecture "Erin. My Country" This is because the body of the shingle is made of wool felt saturated and built up with Carey tempered asphalt which protects the nail heads and makes the shingle elastic, flexible and permanently water-proof. 4 5 MA1E, LLLIAN RINGSDORF And Company Princess Te Ata Company DR. C. C. MITCHELL, Lecture "The Oriental Chessboard" PRINCESS TEATA And Her Indian Friends Carey Shingles meet the requirements of building laws and fire underwriters. They are surfaced with crushed slate which is They are offered in red or green shades the natural fadeless slate colors. They require no paint to keep them permanently beautiful. Place your order early. spark-proof. 6 THE KILTIES BAND The Band that Toured the World E. L. & A. T. BYRON. Call at either bank or at any other business house in town and get your season ticket, or see flatten J. Lacy, chairman of season the wjsrerssrsjt tor ticket committee. DR. N. T. CLARK. We your committee to whom was referred the matter of a siiitalle resolution of respect to the nieinon of Brother N. T: Clark who died Max 24th at the agd'of 72 years, beg to eport as follows. That since July 2, 1912 Brother Clark has been a consistent member of Bath Lodge Xo. 5j F. & A. M. who came to us from Cox Lodge Xo. 2(i4 Campion, Ky., that we have ever found him a true Mason, in dealiitg with his fellow mnn and brother, his charities were measured only by his ability. That he did not hesitate ii the practice of his profession t. lollow the dictates ol conscience and often without ny chance of rc- numeration go when nnd where need- d. LYRIC PROGRAM 10 11 Kditli Roberts and a notable cast in the magnificent dramatic production "The Adorable Savage" Friday Night, Junk Saturday Night, Junk presents Sol Lesser full-blooded "The Stranger" a stirring, romance of the far West. The regular price 20c jksday Night, Junk 14 Matinee and ight, 3 o'clock land 8 o'clock, j 1 Thepo Together home, it's When you see an attractive, more than likely that home has been years Hanna's Green Seal For more than thirty-thre- e Paint has been keeping homes clean and fresh locking, x and thus adding to the civic beauty. well-paint- A BIG SPECIAL Dorothy Phillips in "Once to Hvery WoSpecial production man" a Universal-Jewe- l The only big picture shown this season, an extraordinary picture. Your money's worth guaranteed. ADMISSION 30 CENTS "Green-Seabed- ." Therefore Be It Resolved That in his death Bath Lodge No. r5 has lost a faithful and tmc member, his Ci t.rch a devout christian,, his community a loyal and patriotic citizen, whose place cannot be easity taken, and to those of his immediate family and his many friends we offer our sincerest sympathy, and point them to Him, the Supreme Architect Who doeth all things, veil. Be It Further Resolved That a vote of thanks be extended Winchester Iodge Xo. 20 for the courtesy extended Bath Lodge Xo. 55 in the assistance rendered at the leath and burial of Brother Clark. Be It Further Resolved That these resolutions be spread upon our records, that the same he published in the local newsnaper and a copy he sent the family, and and to Winchester Lodge Xo. 2' that this Lodge room he suitably draped, and the brethren wear the usual badge of mourning for a period of thirty days. All of which is most respec t f u I ly suhmi 1 1 ed. C. A. ULERY, C. F. MARTIN, II. J. DAILY. PAINT HANNA'S GREEN-SEAhas, however, a still more important job than beautifying. It is to save the property from deterioration, by saving the wood surface from decay. And Green Seal works at this job year in and year out, withstanding the worst kinds of weather. Insist that Green Seal be used on your next painting job. Formula on every package. Sold By L JOHN T. KIMBROUGH & SOil, Owingsville, Ky. ATTENTION Thoroughbred Horses Annual Summer Meeting at The firm of Steele & Crooks having dissolved I am continuing the business at the old stand with as good a lino of groceries as can be found. All accounts positively due 1st of each month and no orders will be filled unless previous account has been paid. JAMES R. STEELE Owincsville, Kentucky. LATONIA (Convenient to Cincinrati) 1 3 - J 4 w -- ' If V as I r Mrs. Annie Richards entertained We arc authorized to announce the Woman's Club Tuesday afterR':crt J. Williams as a candidate noon with a garden party. After a for the office of Jailer of Bath coun short program refreshments of iecs ty subject to the, action of the Dcm and cakes were served in the pergola, oeratie Partv at its primary to he Among those present were Mrs Johnson Young, Honduras; Mrs. Van held August Cth, 1921. Antwerp, Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Al ice Perry, Mt. Stcrlng; Mcsdames J. Luke McLuke Dies. McLuke) R. Ammcrman, W. B. Arnold, L. D. Jas. S. Hastings (Luke widely known ns a newspaperman Brother, E. n. Brother, E. V. Broth and humorist, died at midnight June cr, R. C. Byron, II. J. Daily, Edgar Denton Coleman Elliott, S. M. Estill, 3 at a Cincinnati hospital, ne wa 53 years of age,. The cause of his 0. C. Ewing, J. L. Ewing, Emerson death was an operation for appen Ferguson, C. W. Goodpaster, J. B. dicitis. Mr. Hastings had been on Hampton, II. C. Gudgcll, S. V. John- , Haden Lacy, J. J. Xcsbitt, S. F, thc staff of the Cincinnati Enquirer Owsley. T. M. Perry. Ford Patter- for twenty rears. son T S. Robertson, J. W. Shank "Once to Everv Woman" is a I ir 'nnd, Leslie Slirout, A. W. Walden it ; Mm Ktni-- of Margaret Minihnn, G. W. Boyd, Ed " t"i i wni;r.- i...!,, an ambitious girl a girl so ambl- - Barnes,- - Misses Ella Hughes, Lucy tious that she sacrifices parents Honaker Mary Gudgcll, Mae Slirout, family, love and almost every human Lmiln Allen and Lucille Moore happiness on the altar of her gort- school began t" . r dess Fame. Every girl, and every en- M unlay with 32 teachers mother who has a daughter will frel the force of this picture. At the Ly- rolled. Other touchers are expected (his week. ric Theatre June 14. FOR JAILER sc--iv - The grocery men and meat mar vels have decided to close their places of luisiuess the entire day each Sunday hereafter, hence it Is ell to keep this in mind, and get your groceries and meats on Saturday, as this rule will be strictly adhered to. Is your daughter a spoiled child? .Make her see Dorothy Phillips in "Once To Every Woman" at the Tuesday, June 14, nnd she'll stny home from a dance to do the supper dishes. LY-KI- C, ... I'rof. ('. F. Mn rt in has been appointed by the Kastern Kentucky and Supt. K. W. Kin- mini S. caid as Principal of the Normal School to be held in the City School lublins at Owingsvillc from June term, s' ith to Julv flth. A . Iu-j- Chautauqua Guarantors Meet. At a meeting held nt the Court House Tuesday evening the guarantors for the chnutuurmn this year organized and elected the following oflicers for 1021: Leslie Slirout. President; A. T. Byron, Vice Pres ident; K. L. Byron, Secretary ami Treasurer; V. V. Martin Assistant. Committees as follows: Reason Ticket, II. J. Lacy, Chairman, K. W. incaid and J. I. Ammcrman. Ad vertising committee, ('. F. Martin, 'liairaian, O. W. Coons and Ford (irounds Patterson. Committee, Shanklin Piper Chairman, W. P. Conner and W. B. Kim-aid- ; Enter lainment Committee, Dr. Walden Chairman, I). W. Doggett and L. I). Brother; Decoration Committee, En tire Woman's Club. The committee!! desire the Mtppor and cooperation of the entire community. Let's all get busy and "BOOST" and we will have a goo.t, successful Chautauqua. . June 4th to July 9th Slakes: IXUUUl UKOIUf Stturd.r. J"B" 4U cumm sixes Saturday. June 4lb UTOXla DEt mutnaf BJUIDItir Saturday. Juna Hlk tUICKJUr EKQDUEl of the horses on the ground, the excellence of the program book and improved accommodations for patrons combine ta insure the success of The unusually High class VULCANIZING lrini- your old tires in and have them repaired for the summer. Do not throw them away. Let us make new ones out of them for you for half price of now tires. All work warranted. C1100KS & STAMPER. - Saturday. June 11th Saturday, Juna lSlh tUSCID STAKES the meeting at the popular Latonia Course. Saturday, June 18tlk TEN I10ECK RIKDIUP Saturday, Juna 25th HUM OUS Saturday, July 2nd finest sport in its history. Those who visit Latonia this month will enjoy the mmnw tropht Saturday, July 2nd MEPEHBEiiCE tWM July Pth Kentucky Jockey Club Incorporated Monday, July 4vh MSIEl B OK MK3IMP LI Latonia, Ky., Course DownGoes THE PRICE (Wk Best Island CoaMor S9.00 a Ton. 1-- itlook still Is Tli a con Lindsay Walker, of Xicholas conn (inutility of (ranlcii Rei'ds for .y, and Miss Mamie Frederick, of sharpsbnrg neighborhood, w ere free distribution. If you want tluin rrnnted license to marry Monday conic anil get tlitm as they will bej destroyed if not given away. night. " Price Retliiccil "Once to l'.very Wtiman'' is Dorom e granulated thy Phillip's tug at the heart-strinThe bet Enstem jgir at Sf a pound aturday, .luno of the world. Her Universa. photo11 One day only at this price. play makes personages just plain folks. See it at the Lyric- - June 0. V. YOUXO. T. F. ALLEN fc'jf M 4 VC O WINGS VILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL ANOTHER WOMAN . "iBE ESCAPES Avoided a Serious on by Taking Lydia E. cam's Vegetable Compound in Time Kentucky News Cullings An epitome of the most Im- Frankfort. The Importers and Exporters Klro Insurance Company, of SHIPPING New York, was admitted to do business In this stato by Insurauco Commissioner James V. Kamey. It will do CHARGED a stock lire and lire and marine bnsl- ' ncss, and has a capital of $700,000. S. with admitted assets of 2,210.000. WILLIAM I I BOARD WITH IS FiETAINED RELICS OF GALILEO Fanatical Admirer of tho Great Italian GRAFT Insisted on Keeping Portions of His Body. Tho SundaySchool (By ItEV in 1 jSown, I1L "After ray first born I suffered so with my .TBSTTTS 1 left Eidc mat I could not walk across tho floor unless I was all humped over, holding to my side. 1 doc- - Itored with several I tv relief and they said 1 would have to have an operation. My KB 1 mother insisted on 1 doctors but found no Imy taking; Lydia L. Compound and I Boon found relief. Now I can do all my own work and it is the Vegetable Compound that has saved me from an operation. I cannot praise your medicine too highly and I tell all of my friends and neighbors what the Compound did for Mrs. Margaret McCumber, me." 27 S. Frazior St., Georgetown, Illinois. Mrs. McCumber is one of the unnumbered thousands of housewives who struggle to keep about their daily tasks, while suffering from ailments peculiar to women with backache, sidcaciies, pains and nerheadaches, bearing-dow- n vousness, and if every such woman should profifby her experience and give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial they would get wclL s It was Victor Huso who conceived this thought : "The true resistance of man against catastrophes Is nn augmentation of humanity, Love one another, aid one another. Solidarity of men Is the retort to complicity of mysterious facts. It Is thus thnt Is established on earth the third term of the grand humun formula, fraternity. Governments put obstacles In the way of liberty and equality, they will come In their time. In spite of tho monarchy: equality In spite of the aristocracy But fraternity is the opening door, the emptying purse, the helping hand." Fraternity the Great Need. WOHENNEED SWAMP-ROO- T Thousands of women hive kidney and bladder trouble and never sutpect it. Women' complaints often prove to be nothing else but kidney trouble, or the mult of kidney or bladder disease. If the kidneys are not in a healthy condition, they may cause the other organs to become di sea fed. Pain in the back, headache. Ion of ambition, nervousness, are often times symptoms of kidney trouble. Don't delay starting treatment. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root- , a physician's prescription, obtained at any drug store, may be just the remedy needed to overcome or large size bottle immediately from any drug store. However, if you wish first to teft this creat preparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingbamton, X. Y, for a ample bottle. When writing be sure and mention this paper. Adv. such conditions. Get a medium Fatal to Files. and screens will be relegated to the Junk pile If the Department of Agriculture finds merit In properties claimed for a the sapling grown from the seed of a Kentucky coffe tree by the late Prof. fJoorge FjjSjolmes of the University of 4rgtrnaTPrufessor Holmes asserted that the tree gave off a peculiar poison fatal to flies anil therefore was a boon to humanity. He planted it In his garden and requested that It be dedicated as his only memorial. Love never recognizes hardships In its way. Sure Relief 6 Bell-an-s Hot wafer BI Sure Relief LL-A- NS INDIGESTION I Have Yon Tried Them? Ask Your Druggist or Dealer Regular Size 2S eta. Trial Size 10 eta. QXXJIEBT BROS. M CO Baltimore, SU, Cuticura Soap The Healthy Winchester. -- ISelativos of Kelly B. Oshornp.- - reimrloil to linve iliod in serv ice during the World War. asked the local post of the American Legion to Whiteslmrg.- - David Adinglon, Jew- Investigate the Identity of a m:iu Reckless Spendina of Funds Charged Dot Budget Passes, With Boost of eler, Xt. Paul, Va.. mid formerly of known only ns "Wilbur Henry," now Kentucky Hospital Pro-je$55,000,000 this state, was shot mid Instantly kill- in an Albany, X. Y., hospital suffering Is Among Items. ed by It. U Harmon, policeman of that from loss of memory. The request wns town. It Is said the olllcer was trying made as a result of a storv distributed to make an arrest. over Kentucky telling of efforts being Western Newspaper l'nleii News Seivire. made to Idcntitfy the man. Washington. After hearing deiiun-latim- i Lagrange. E. R. Cunningham, f!7, a of the Shipping Hoard for Its fanner of Cedar Point, live miles from llarlnn. In frustratim: an nlloscd nilsiiiannnpiiieiit" of tho merchant ma committed suicide by cut- attempt to liberate a prisoner in his rine by Sen.ilor William S. Kenyou. ting his throat. Ill health is given as nistoily, .Tames Clem, t.iun iu:ir.sh:il, is of Iuwsi, Iteiiiililican, ami others, the the probnblo cause. Cunningham Is declared to have shot and Killed l.lojd Senate appioted a .S7.(XKUHHI dctielon- survived by it wife and M?en children. t'ornetl at I'our I'ork. The leinnnil to y nppriiprlntinu fur it, anil n fow The funeral will be held at Campbells-vill- e free n man named Iliilbrool;, In their hours later passed the dclleiency tip- eustoily. Is s:iiil to have liecn made on iropration Mil, arring n total of Tuesdiiy. Clem and .llm Creech, deputy .sheriffs, Vil.NHUHHi, Inclusive of the Shipping Gl:i.gw. Joe lluvh, 75 years old, hy Cornell. The olllcors' refus.il met Ko:ml item. In approving the nppro- tied his feet together, fastened the with a pistol shot from I'm nelt, iri'ition the Senate ndded an amendto the report. Clem, in returnrope to the stump of a tree on the hank nent oflYroil li Senator Irvine L. l.en- of Peters Creeks, near here, and then ing the tire, killed Cornett, two bullets root, of iscoiisln, liepiihllcan, direct- plunged headlong Into tho stream, taking effeet. ng the '"onril to sell all wooden ships where his body, submerged to the anlel'oro Oct nber 1. of Frankfort. One of the greatest I'lie lionnl. In its management kles, was found by his family who live two miles from Lucas, this county, riches of Kentucky, and one which the merchant murine, was described (nice Bush expressed n desire to never has been drawn upon, although iy Senator Kenyon as being extrava preparations arc under way for exten- gant, wasteful nml "reeking with dniw n. sive operations. Is the oil shale that graft." other Senators, including Alcounties, ac- loc l'omerene, of Ohio, Democrat, and B.iwling Green. A number of Bowl- crops out in thirty-threine Orcen fishermen hae been violat- cording to a paper just published by Miles l'olniloNter, of Washington. also denounced it, but Sena ing the tish and game laws by seining Prof. Wlllard It. Jillson. state geoloand dynamltlug in the streams of gist. The deposits of shalo that are tors Walter K. Edge, of Now Jersey, Warren county, according to a state- commercially workable, ho estimated, Hepublicau : Wedey L. Jones, of Wash- ngton, Kepiiblieni, and others, vvhilo ment made by D. K. Blatkwcll, Dep- nre worth $tl,001,OST"i05 at a conservsa.ving there liail been CMravaganco uty Game Warden, Greenville, Ky., ative estimate. anil waste in the past, argued that the who said that he has obtained sulli-cieOwensboro. Because the proposed new board, soon to be appointed, evidence against several persons and will appear before the September route for the Ohio Itivcr road through should not be penalized through lack the eastern section of Daviess county if funds for mistakes that were "wa grand jury to ask for Indictments. passes through several front yards and ter over the ilani." Salaries paid to Shipping Hoard olll- Bowling Green. "Doc" Moore, 2S. runs within a few feet of a number of and Frank Haynes, 10. were killed in front doors at the town Maclo, there ciols and employe were the particular stantly and Moore's nephew, Kdgar Is some delay In letting the contract target against which Senator Kenyon Moore, probably fatally hurt when for that portion of the road. It is ex shot his hottest invectives. He read struck by lightning near Amos, ten pected that nn agreement will he into the Congressional Itecord a list of The men reached w ithin the next few days with the higher salaried officials, a 11111111101 miles nest of Scottsville. had been plowing on Hayncs' farm and the landowners and the contract will of them drawing salaries running into stopped under a tree during a storm. then be let. There is only a short dis- live figures, and showed to the Senate a book a foot square and a half inch tance of roail to bo Improved In Both men leave widows. county to connect with tho llau-coe- thick which, he said, contained only the names of employes of the board County Ohio Hiver route road. Frankfort. The bank resources of Estimating that Shipping Hoard oper- the 4tit state banks March a, 1021, Frankfort. The greatest duty tne itions were resulting in a daily ioss to 231.2tK!,G3:LS9, according to nn were abbreviated report of the conditions of tax commissioner owes to the public the Government of from .r00,H)0 to the state banks and trust companies is to see that all property subject to ?1.000,000. Senator Kenyon declared of that date issued by James P. Lewis, taxation Is assessed at its fair value, that "unless these expenses can be state banking commissioner. The re estimated at the price It would bring stopped the American public will not sources are divided us follows : Ioans, at a fair voluntury sale, said Attorney stand for this thing much longer. The Iowa Senator's charges aroused $LOHiast!.l; bonds, $30.SSS. SGS.LI, General Charles I. Dawson, In nn adthe Sennto so that In the debate of cash and reserve, $M,S15,270 ".1 : over dress at the county tax commissioner's drafts, $1.47S,34L74 ; capital, $20,fioT,- - conference Unless property Is assess two hours' duration that followed, a value. Attorney half dozen Senntors were on their feet 7SS.S5; surplus and undivided profits. ed lit its fair cash firs00o,lSL12; time and savings depos- General Dawson said, the burden of at the snmo time, seeking either to de its, SCO.MOU.OOOVJS; demand deposits, taxation can not be equitably distrib- nounce tho board and Its adiniiilstr.i uted. A fair cash value assessment tlon or to defend It, and plead for the $nO,SSC,277.07; hills payable, would mean more taxes and permit a approval of tho $75,000,000 nppropria reduction of the tax rate both for state tlon, a net Increase of $.0,000,000 In excess of the amount given to the Frankfort. Instruction camps will and local purposes. board by tho House. be held at Fort Benjamin Harrison, Lexington. Stocks and bonds to- Ind., Camp Sherman, Ohio, and Camp Knox, Ky., for such otllccrs and non tallng $'23,700 in value were taken America Sole Judge. Washington. commissioned officers of the Kentucky from the safes In two offices In the Intimations from Paris National Guard as desire to attend. McClelland oflice building, on Short that the Reparations Commission street. It was reported to poliec. From again might tnke up the question of Only two olllcers and one officer from each unit will be n safe in the oillce of Dr. J. S. Good- tho status under reparations agree authorized to attend a camp and Adjt. rich $500 In Liberty bonds and $12,000 nients of the Gcrnu'ii shipping seized Gen. Jackson Morris suggests that In stocks were taken, and from Halley In this country during the war, were such officers be designated by the unit D. Harry, lawyer, $200 In Liberty met here with the statement that any commanders, the selections to reach bonds and War Savings stamps and navinents to the commission on ac his ollice not later than May 20. The $11,000 In stocks. Most of the stocks count of these ships was a question amount of federal funds allotted for are not negotiable without signature. for the United States alone to decide this state will not permit of the at- The robberies were discovered upon tendance of a greater number than Kerry's return from Cincinnati, where Few Cheers In Moscow. he has been under care of a physician. three from eacli Kentucky unit. Ripi, Letvia. The Third Congresa The safes were opened without aid of of the Third Internationale is sched Louisville. Children in Louisville an explosive. uled to open In the Kremlin at Moscow schools will be asked to complete the contrasting with Howling Green. A petition signed timid a setting greatly list of men and women who served gatherings of the world's "di during the World War, It was an- by Judge McKenzIe Moss, trial judg, previous rect actlonlsts." The .Moscow Izvcsthi nounced by lrof. Zenos K. Scott, su Commonwealth Attorney John II. GH announced that but little ceremony Is perintendent of public schools. Or Hani and County Attorney U. D. Mill to the meetings, which in pre ders directing the teachers 'n every ken, will be presented to Gov. Morrow attached vious years wcro the occasion of great grade to require pupils to supply the In a few days for the parole of Uosa proletarian rejoicing. name3 of all relatives who were In the Jones from the Frankfort penlten military service were issued. The ma tlary. Three children, one girl, ago Have a Chew? terial obtained will be given to the 0, who Is 111, two sons, 5 and 3 years, Atlantic City. N. J. Dr. William H. shanty on the Un Kentucky Historical Society. Previ- live In n ous efforts to obtain a complete list derwood farm in Irfivers' l.ane. They Gclston. of Camden, told the New Jer have failed, but it Is hoped by this remain alone all day while the step sey Stale Dental Society. In annual method to perfect the roster. Careful father, Mark Chandler, is at work ia convention here, that an checking of names will be resorted to the fields. The Jones woman was con chew of tobacco" was one of the best to prevent duplication of records. victed with Martin Hrown, oil driller, disinfectants known to dental science Only Louisville and Jefferson county at the January term of court for grand He declared that If reformers suc ceeded In banishing tobacco, diseases will be Included In Uie survey. larceny. of the teeth nnd gums were likely to Frankfort. Adjutant General Jack Frankfort Having declared that It Increase. son Morris announced the authorized was his Intention to serve out the en state staff corps and departments of tire two years of his sentence rather Outlay of $800,000,000. the Kentucky National Guard as fol than to go to work in the shoeshop, Phoenix, Ariz. Application of tho lows: Jackson Morris, lieutenant colo- Hancy Hall, serving two years for as Southern California Kdlson Company energy from nel, adjutant general's department; sault with Intent to kill, was adjudged to develop William L. Wallace, Frankfort, major, Insane and will be taken to the East the Colorado River was filed with tho judge advocate department; Isaac ern State Hospital at Lexington. Hall Stato Water Commissioner. Promo Wilder, HooncvHle, major, ordnance shattered all records for remaining iu ters of the project say It Involves an department; Thomas W. Woodyard, tiie "sol," having occupied It for more ultimate expenditure of about quartermaster than forty days. Twenty days ago major. Frankfort, or twice as much ns the sum corps; Frank II. Lusse and Jacob be was taken out of the solitary on his spent on the Panama Canal. Smith, Frankfort, captains, quarter- promise to go to work. After getting master corps. He also announced the a good night's sleep and his breakfast Nab Only Four Deserters. appointments of Henry J. Stiles, Lou he again "struck" and remained In Now York. Of 7,572 alleged draft isville, major, inspector general's de- the "sol." Prison officials declaro that dodgers in this district only four have partment; John H. Mason, London, ma- Hall's-cas- e Is the most peculiar they over to the tinny as de jor, medical corps, and Wllsey S. Mor- ever have dealt with. He was deprived been turned sorters, United States Attorney Caffey Itaywick, captain, quartermaster of the usual bread and water of the ris, He added that only 729 announced. corps, completing the state staff corps solitary menu for forty-eigh- t hours, had been located, and In the cases of and department of the Kentucky Na- but this did not cause him to weaken 427 nolle prosequls had been entered tional Guard. In his refusal to work. for various reasons. e Pa-vick $7,614,-10S-34. one-rood hydro-electric portant events transpiring throughout the state report Unit Robert Hruce's IOWAN heart has been discovered nt Mel KENYON, rose, In Scotland, reminds nn Italian TELLS SENATORS IN DEBATE paper of the fute of Galileo's remains, ON DEFICIT BILL. according to the Manchester (Lug.) Guardian. When the body of Galileo wns ex humed from Us orlglnnl resting place on March 12, 1737, and removed to the nuignltlcent mausoleum In the Church of Snntn Croce, Florence, Marquis Vlncenzo Capponl, who was a fanatical admirer of Galileo, took thumb possession of tho right-hanand forefinger. Some of those present at tho ex humation protested strongly, but tho marquis hnd bis way, declining his Intention to "cherish theso fingers ns sacred relics," which prompted Uie re tort: "Instead of Gullleo's lingers It would be better for you to havo Ids brnlns." This bad example proved conta gious, for the left thumb and one of the ribs were annexed by two other members of the company, and these relics nre now In the museum of the Marquis CnpponI had an university. urn made for his portion of the body. which nil newcomers were called upon d Teacher or Kngusii uiDie in me juooaj Bible Institute or Chicago.) 1921, Weatern Newspaper Union.) Lesson I" WRIGLEYS After Every Meal I H. D. D.. , (. LESSON FOR JUNE 12 11:1-1- MAKING THE WORLD CHRISTIAN. LESSON TKXT Isa. Acts 1:5-- 9 GOI.DK.N' TKXT The earth ahall b full of the knowledge of the joti1. as the waters cover the sea. Isa. 11:3. MATEIUAI Esther 4: Psa. S3:12. I'rov. H:34. PIUMAIIY TOPIC Jesus' Ixve for the World. Get vxv thrice-dall- y v J this low-co- st benefit from aid to appetite and digestion It keeps teeth white i lit III III ffi JUNIOR the World. TOriC-Wl- iat Jesus Dli tor III -- Christian Patriotism. INTKHMKDIATE AND SENIOR TOriC IMpInK to Make a Itetter World. YOl'NG PEOPLE AND ADUIVT TOPIC breath sweet and throat to admire as the greatest treasuro In If by "Making the World Christian" the lesson committee means the con version of the world In this dispensation by tho preaching of the gospel, then we submit that they are In error, lending the people Into false hopes. The main text chosen for our study pictures are the glorious coming ago when Christ shall reign over the whole pnrlli. lie fore this will tnke place Christ shall come In person nnd 10:11-21- jul llll v Makes your smokes the house. At the beginning of the last century the CnpponI family fell upon evil days and emigrated to France, leaving the Galileo relics to become the property of an old buUcr who hnd long been In their service. Other oddments given him by his master proved salable, but he could find no market for Galileo's finger and thumb, and these eventually passed to one of the but SIguora Laura ler's descendants, Jonl. In 1905, when she wns old and poor, some ono advised Slgnora Jonl to offer to sell tho relics to tne Ital Inquiries were In ian government. stituted which proved the authentic ity of the relics beyond a doubt, and they nre now preserved with other mementoes of Galileo, the vendor having received a hnndsomo price for them. Bad Control. de- stroy the works of the devil and bind htm nnd cast him Into the pit (Rev. ; 11:1-12- I. The II Thess. 2:3-10Reign of Messiah the King ). (Isa. 1. Producer Hal B. Ronch found his star comedian. Harold Lloyd, sprawled on the dressing-roofloor trying to get a million dollars' worth of laugh out of his system. Lloyd had turned a studio corner at the right moment to see what promised to be a "hot scrap" between two darky "extras. Just when it appeared that the heavy blows were on tap, one of the belligerents started on a dead run across the lot and hurdled a fence. "I'm surprised at you, G. W.," Lloyd said when he met the runaway a half hour later, "I never thought you would show a streak of yellow like thnt." "Ah wasn't runnln', MIstah Lloyd, hones' Ah' wasn't," came the answer; "Ah'm 'fllcted 'at way. Whenevoh Ah gets In a fight. Ah Jus' kaln't control mah legs, 'at's all." A Sane GGolfer. "Well, Pve at least reached Uie point where I think I shall be able to get a little comfort out of golf." "That so? Mastered the swing, have you?" "Not at all. I've Just brought my- r"f, after years of disappointment, to tht ' conclusion that I am never going to e amateur champion. From now on I shall try to enjoy breaking one huadred now and then." "Uncle Joe's" First Wage. Joseph G. Cannon, former speaker of Uie national house of representa tives, went to work In 1S50 at the age of fourteen years. His first Job w$s clerk In a grocery store, nnd ono of his duties was to deliver parcels as well as wrap them. He worked "from sun to sun," as was the custom In those days, and In the winter he started work before sunup and worked until sundown. His wage wns $1.50 a week, out of which ho was expected to board and clothe himself. $S00,-000,00- 0, Persians Keep Wives Apart. The most Interesting fact I gathered from the road guard was that he had seven sons nnd (many) daughters he did not bother to count and two wives, one nt Abadeh and one at Surmek. I found most Mohammedan worthies agreed that, though allowed four legal wives, ono is generally enough, and If two are owned Uiey are placed In separate localities, as the saying runs, "Better two tigresses In a single den than two brawling wenches.'1 National Geographic Magasin a. - Nothing Serious. no heart?" Tills sounds like a melodrama. "Let me see your tongue." No, it's a doctor calling. "Gimme some tripe." After all, it's Just an episode at ths Ton have butcher's. Old Lady (at the postofflce window) Ct.ill T ntit 41,1a clamn An mtcol1 Stamp Clerk Oh, no. madam, put It on the letter. New 1'ork Evening jrvono. Messiah's lineage (v. 1). It was to be of David's line royal stock. A rod or twig wns to come out of Jesse, which Indicates thnt the roynl house was In a depressed state. I. Messiah's qualification (v. 2). (1) The Spirit of the Lord, that Is, a di vine person proceeding from tho Father and Son. (2) Spirit of wis dom, giving Insight Into all things human and divine. (?) Spirit of understanding, that Is, to choose that which Is highest and best. (4) Spirit of counsel, that is, the ability to make plans. (5) Spirit of might, that fs. the ability to execute His plans. (0) Spirit of knowledge, that Is, the ability to perceive the will of God In nil things. (7) The fear of the Lord, that Is, reverential and obedient fenr. 3. The character of Messiah (vr.3-5)- . (1) Quick to understand goodness (v. 3). (2) He shall not judge after externaf appearances (v. 3). (3) Shall not decide upon hearsay (v. 3). Each case shall be decided upon on the bnsls of absolute and perfect (4) He shall defend and avenge the poor and meek of the earth (v. 4). The meek shall Inherit the earth when Messiah reigns (Matt. 5:5). (5) Shall smite the earth (v. 4). Those whom He smites are the ungodly Inhabitants who are then In federation against Christ. The head of this federation Is the Antichrist (2 Thess. 2:8). KG) He shall have a zeal for justice and truth (v. 5). 4. Universal peace (vv. This is a picture of the glorious golden age of which poets have sung and for which the wise men of nil ages have longed and looked. There will then be peace not only between men, but between animals. This peace and harmony Is shown In that tn each change suggested each animal Is coupled with its natural prey. (1) The wolf shall dwell with the lamb (v. C). 'Dwell" means intimacy, as if the lamb should receive the wolf Into its home. The only place and circumstance at present In which the wolf nnd Iamb dwell tonethor Is when the lamb Is inside the wolf. (2) The leopard shall He down with the kid (v. G). (3) The calf, young lion, nnd fatllng shall be together (v. 0). They are so gentle nnd peaceable that a little child can lead them. (4) The cow nnd the bear shall feed together (v. 7). (5) The Hon shall eat straw (v. 7). no longer flesh. (G) The sucking child shall play on the hole of the asp (v. 8). The most venomous serpent shall not harm little children This blessed condition shall prevail over the whole earth (v. 0). 5. All nations shall gather unto him The glorious reign of (vv. Christ shall attract the Gentile na tlons. This Is the full purpose of the kingdom, namely, to attract the nations of the earth to Jesus Christ. II. The Supreme Obligation of Be While livers In This Age (Acts 1:0-0tve are not responsible for bringing In the kingdom, we ure under solemn obligation to witness of the salvation which Is graciously provided for all who will believe on ChrisL question (v. G). 1. The disciples' They were preplexed ns to the time They of the kingdom's establishment. were right In the expectation of the kingdom, but were still in darkness as to the real purpose of God in calling the church. 2. Christ's answer (vv. 7, 8). He turned their nttentlon from the desire to know times and seasons, which be long to God, to their supreme duty. They were to be witnesses of Christ to the uttermost parts of the earth, beginning at Jerusalem. know-ledg). The Flavor Lasts Mint Leaves. You'll notice If you wander around in the back yard or the vacant lot across the way that the soft, dark green leaves of mint nre beginning to Lid you show. Guard It Jealously. know that a few crushed leaves In lemonade will add a tang which Is delightful? An Odd Surprise. Life Is full of odd surprises. ITere's a chap who leaped four and three-fiftparachute, risked his miles In life. In fact. Jut to get back to earth. After reading the news of the day, we can't help wondering what the attracll tion eetiM have been. Arthur H. In Leslie's. 11 Fol-we- AT LISTEN, THOROUGHBREDS! You Tooy SCRUBS ! When wormy and run down, kick for BLACKMANS The Worm Medicine and Tonic Xhed by Veterinarian for 15 Years. No trouble to your master He should bring home a dozen bricks and keep one in your feed box so you can doctor yourself when needed. Ml Qf ISSSSa To learn what they did for Mlu Annie Mule aik the local dealer or write BLACKHAN STOCK REMEDY C0..OttiMn.Ym. The Cranio Beui tb Num BLACK MAN OBJECT LESSON WAS SPOILED. "ANGEL" One Small Pupil at Least Misunderstood Just What Teacher Had Intended to Impress. The teacher was fond of the young principal nnd It was often rumored that he was engaged to her. They managed to keep It a secret from the children, yet most of them were suspicious. One way she showed her affection wns by the way she with him In all his pet schemes. So when he started a movement against smoking she promptly began to fifth-grad- e OF SENATE PAGES Political Opponents of Senator Elklnt Aver He Is Appearing In Entirely New LlghL When Senator I'helan of California retired from the senate there was an air of gloom around the haunts of the pages 011 the Democratic side which The California couldn't lie senator has the official angel of the pages for years and he hnd seen to It that they got tickets for baseball games and such thing?. Kelng a page without having an angel Is hardly In-e- help him out. First sin; demanded that nil her hoys who smoked bring to her nil the tobacco they had In their pockets. They dld It and It was n goodly supply. Taking the box which held It. she said to one of the boys. "You tafc this down " to .Mr. T A little boy In the rear of the room piped out: "Teacher, my sister. Ress. she's goin to give her beau tobacco for his birthday, too." had stepped on a weighing machine nnd was studying It with a puzzleil eye. "What's the matter; don't you know what It means?" Inaulred a friend, more experienced In matters Lritan-nlcn"Let's see it." "You weigh eleven stone, two bricks, one piece of three by board and n couple of shingles." American Legion Weekly. h worth while. time Senator Davis of West Virginia heard about the desperate situation of these boys and he would be the official angel for the suffering pages. Since Senator Klklns Is supposed to own a lot of coal mines ami oil wells and perhaps a railroad here and there, if they hnven't been mislaid lately, nobody could make a grander angel and the pages see before them a summer marked by ball games, strewn with lollypops and Ice Aliut this El-kl- del-hire- A- - Weigh Off. An American gob in England cream. LufTalo Express. l. Little Catherine, aged four, saw an elephant at a circus for the first time. Looking at It, she exclaimed: "Oh. mamma, look at the fat horse with a tail near his eyes." When a girl thinks she has broken her heart It's a sign It will stand a lot more smashing. As She Saw the Elephant. Shaving Soap CntterxnSaapKharwwftbootracr. Twm iwUitSc Danville. Thirteen cars of a freight train northbound from Oakdale were derailed at Southfork, Lincoln county. The cars were loaded with lumber, ties and iron. PALMER'S LOTION SOAP CONTAINS THE WONDERFUL PALMER'S LOTION AND I USE IT. ALL DRUGGISTS. CUAIUUOTCD NCW YORK (V Olive Hill. Oscar Harper, 21 years old. World War veteran, was shot and killed Instantly at Gimlet, police say, Offby Robert Nlckell, a neighbor. icials attribute the shooting to a grudge that Is said to have existed between Harper and Nlckell since Jacob Harper, father of Oscar, was killed by L. Johnson several years ago. up new on Its merits. Owensboro. Mrs. Hertha Gordon compromised her $20,000 damage suit against G. W. Kskrldge and other for Tom Townsley shot $CC3 and costs. and killed Peyton Gordon on the streets of Owensboro in May, 1919, and is now serving a term of tvvenly-on- e years In the penitentiary. Mrs. Gordon filed suit against Townsley at the time of the shooting. In coming to Owensboro from Kalamazoo, Mich., her present home, to attend the trial, Mrs. Gordon fell down a stairway and suffered a broken wrist and was badly Louisville. Frankfort. The right of women to serve on juries is the question Involved In the case of Adolph McLaugh lin against Uie Commonwealth, which was taken to the Court of Appeals from the Jefferson Circuit Court, Mc Laughlin was convicted of shooting and wounding and sentenced to twelve months in jail. He attempted to secure his release by habeas corpus proceedings, questioning the legality of the verdict on the ground that women conld not serve on Junes. Trie court dismissed Uie writ and the case come-- J Burglars obtained 55,and Jewelry by cracking a safe in the ollice of the Mary Anderson Theater, after wound ing a man who was tuning the theater organ and using ropes to render the 100 In cash. Liberty bonds SOLON PALMER lacerated. To 6et another Pair Determines Ocean's Depths. By sounding with sound waves Instead of a steel cable a Frenchman has been able to determine the depth of Uie ocean in a few seconds, where the ordinary process requires minutes and hours. In contrast to the usual equipment of cable, reels, and donkey engine he equips himself simply with a quantity of high explosive, a Detmicrophone, and a chronometer. onating a charge of explosive In Uie wake of a moving vessel, he hears In his microphone both the noise of det night watchman helpless. A few min utes later they fled from Keith's a tlonal Theater after firing a shot a tho night watchman, who surprised them In the theater lobby. They left in an automobile and were seen by sev eral persons, who said there were foul In the band. onation and the echo produced by reflection from the bottom. Reading the time interval from the chronom eter nnd knowing the speed of sound In water, he Is able to calculate the ocean's depth at that point. Tests have shown that the method yields sufficiently accurate results for prac tical purposes. Favorite Anti-Su- p Heel Linings tail. Srm jnr ttinu ' m SMU. fj jHxstn m uu IUmt ntafci if st u&lictt. Sim! 25 cU wit W" asi nil mt tut t kcsiir? a ui liaiJ i rasa. t m bi9 JN Hi pair Put fall g. FAYORITE AKTI SUP KEEL LIKING, Fiery Stuff. "Got some bootleg on my hands.' XObrtUta, Clacks "Bum you muchl" Louisville Coun 23-ig- Eleven Are Arrested. Williamson, W. Vn. Following a lull In which not an arrest was made by tho state police for nioto than GO hours, 11 men were taken into custody. Tho CINCINNATI MARKETS. municipal election conducted In Wil liamson permitted gathering of small Hay and Grain. bodies of men nt tho polling places Corn No. 2 white GSM.(3G9c. No. 3 made In the city and four arrests W. C. Coombs, 0110 of the witnesses (vhlte G7ffCSe. No. 3 yellow OlifUoc, for the defendants In the Matewan No. 3 mixed C4Kie. battle trial of last January, was arrest Sound Hay Timothy per ton $1C ed at Kermlt, W. Vu.. He Is said to 20, clover mixed $1 LOOS' IS.'Jo. have carried a revolver. Oats No. 4 white 41 12c, No. 3 No. 3 mixed 4142e white Veterans' Bonus Measure. red Wheat No. 2 red St.lVI, No. Washington. Additional arguments SLCOgfLtt!, No. 4 red $1..".7(SJ LliO. in support of early passage of the sol Butter, Eggs and Poultry. tilers' adjusted compensation bill wa Hutter Wholo milk creamery extras submitted to a subcommittee of the 33c, centralized extras 31c, firsts 2ic. Senate Finance Committee by a com Eggs Kxtra llr.sts 20ff21c, tlrsts m'ttee from the American Legion, com posed of Colonel Fred W. Galbrnlth ISM&lOc, ordinary llrsts 17lSc. lb and Live Poultry Hrollers 1 Jr., nnd Gilbert Hcttman, of Cincinnati, National Commander and member of over oOe, fowls !i lbs and over JOc, the Executive Committee, respectively. fowls 4 lbs and over 20c, under 4 nnd John Thomas Taylor, of Philadel lbs 17c, roosters 10c. phla, si member of the Legislative Com Live Stock. ml t tee. Cattle Steers, good to choice $7.30 if 8JW, fair lo good .?0..T0(f7..i0. common to fair S.Tti'G.riO, heifers, good to choice An Girl. fSffO, fair to good ?Go0QS, common "Did you hear what that young wom to fair $4!(.r0, dinners S12.7j, an said?" jtock heifers $o0. "No. What Is Calves Good to choico $0.o010. "She told the young fellow with her fair to good $Sfr0.."0, common and that she 'Just loved to cook.'" girl. She's large So7. "Ah I An Sheep Good to choice $3.."0S4, fair using the 'vamping' methods popular to good $23.50, common 2r)c5L50, twenty years ago." IaniSs good to choice 513.5O014, fair to good $1101.1.50. Current Affairs. Heavy SS.255JS.50; choice Hogs "Does your wife take any Interest packers and butchers $8.50, medium In current politics ? $S.r0. common to choice heavy fat sow-"Not at present! she's too much ?5ff0.75, light shippers ?S50, pigs (1W The Gleanlnas. When te reaD the harvest of your fand, thou shalt not wholly reap the corners of thy field, neither shalt tnou gather the gleanings of thy hnrvest. Thou shalt letve them for tho poor, and strnnger. I am the Lord, your God. Leviticus 10:5), 10. Walketh In Darkness. He that hateth his brother is In darkness, and walketh in darkness, and knoweth not whither he goeth. because that darkness hath bllnde! his eyes. I John 2:11. The Use of Glass. Glass is not altogether a modern perquisite. It was used by the in the time of Tiberius, and the rulm of Pompeii show windows of glass used before the year '70. In medieval times wonderful effects were created with glass. Amazed by Their Own Images. "Wonder why the fashions change 80?" Is "Your Mealtime Drink ur Friend ? A good many people who like tea or coffee find that tea and coffee don't like them. X 42120, Nervousness, sleeplessness or disturbed digestion is proof furnishes a satisfying" cup without irritating nerves or digestion. Postum Cereal Thousands who have made "Perhaps they nre trying to elude some of the people who ure following them." Deference to Public Opinion. "Why should a man of your wealtt care for money?" "I don't care for it," protested Mt "It's the Importance Dustln Stax. that other people attach to It thai makes the individual feel It's deslr able to have as niufh of It as possl ble." ltr the change keep on with Postum because it's Let- There's a Reason Sold by all grocers Made by Postum Cereal Cajnc Battle Creelc,Mich. ter for them. gGEREAL1 i "Don't you think Bragglns puts too much side?" Our Language. 01 A OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. FORCED TO FIGHT FOR HER BREATH Nashville Artist Tells of Terrible Suffering Experienced by His Wife. DOWN HILL H "VOIOEi M OF TUB Hf PACK CHAPTER III - Ji HUSBAND GOES Finally Both Decide to Put Tanlao to Test and as a Result Have Best of Health for Past Three Years. d : t. ft myself nnd It soon had me feeling like a brand new man. "Up to that time I had been troubled with Indigestion. I had no appetite nnd the little 1 did eat seemed to do me about as much harm as good. 1 felt so Urol nnd languid I bated to move around, and was getting in such a condition that It worried me. Tanlac acted with me Just like it did with my wife, and although that was three years ago we have enjoyed the best of health nil along. However, I keep a bottle of Tanlac In the. bouse all the time, nnd when I feel myself getting run down the medicine soon has me feeling nil right again, 1 am convinced that Tanlac is without an equal. Our friends all know bow It helped us nnd 1 don't hesitate to tell unyone about it." Tanlac Is sold by leadlug druggists every here. Adv. run-dow- n "Both my wife and myself have put Tunlac to the test nnil we call It the greatest medicine In the world." said J. T. Montnmat. 1VZI Third Ave, N'orth. .Nashville. Tenn., artistic sign painter for the Cusack Company. Mr. Montamat has lived In Nashville for nearly thirty years nnd Is highly respected hy all who know film. "ltefore my wire took Tnnlac she suffered so badly lrom gas on her stomoften said ach and heartburn that she felt like she was smothering to death. She actually had to tlt up In bed to get her breath. "Well. In n short time nfter she began taking Tanlac her trouble disappeared nnd she was like a different person. Seeing the good results In her case, 1 began taking the medicine Continued. Pearlie'c Sorrow. Dpon returning from kindergarten one afternoon Jerome said to his mother: "Oh, mamma. I'earlle Peterson cried and cried In kindergarten "Miss Finn let us have a Washington's birthday party, nnd I'earlle brought n handkerchief for Washington, and Miss Finn told her lie was dead." cials Profiteering? of a department store In Sacramento recently advertised In local papers that on a certain day they would devote the entire space In one of their display windows to an exhibit of the goods In which the store was profiteering. The day arrived. Crowds of women found the window empty. Well-Offi- "What was the matter, Jerome?" the mother inquired, sympathetically. "Well, you know," Jerome replied. Tentds balls for shipment overseas In cans to prevent them from going dead. I are sealed Help That Aching Back! g Is your back out? Are yon tired, miserable, all run down; tortured with nagging backache, lameness and sudden, stabbing pains? II so, look to your kidneys. Overwork, hurry and worry tend to weaken the kidneys. Backache and an all worn out feeling is often the tint warning. Get back your health while you can. Use Doan'i Kidney Pill, the remedy thousands recommend. Atk srir-in- your neighbor! John Martin. 401 Tecumseh fit., Greenville, Ohio, says: "I strained my bark and the kidney secretions were highly colored, were unnatural and passed Irregularly. Lumbago set In and my back just ached day In and day out. I was in bad shape when I used Doan's Kidney Pills, but they soon fixed me up and I felt like a different man." An Ohio Case "Good evening, Cranston." ho pleasantly. Cranston wns also upon his feet Instant. Ills Instincts were entirely true. He knew If he leaped for his rltle, lan would be upon hN bark In nn Instant, nnd he would hue no chance to use It. The rllle wn now out of the running, as they were at about eunl distances from It. ami neither would have time to s'ulng or aim It. Oan's sudden hud been so utterly unlocked for. that for a mo ment Cranston could find no answer. Ills eyes moved to the rille. then to his belt where hung his hunting Knife, that still lay on the pallet. "Good evening. I'nlllng," he replied, trjliij-h- i hardest to fall Into that strange pirlt of nonchalance with width brave men have so often met their nnd whirh Pan had now. "I'm surprised to see you here. What do you want?" Dan's voice when fie replied was no more warm than the snow banks that roll forced the Iran to. "i want your rifle also your snow shoes and your supplies of food. And I think I'll take jour blankets, too." "And I suppose you mean to fight for them?" Cranston asked. Ills lips drew up In a smile, but there was m smle tn the tone of his words. -You're right." Pan told him. and "Not only for ho stepped nearer. that. Cranston. We're face to face at ' ist hands to hands. I've got a knife In my pocket, but I'm not even going to bring It out. It's hands to hands you nnd I until everything's sijuare between us." "I'erhaps you've forgotten that day on the ridge?" Cranston asked. "You haven't any woman to save you this time." "I remember the day, and that's part of the debt. The thing you did yesterday Is part of It. too. It's all to be settled at last. Cranston, nnd I don't believe I could spare you If you went to your knees before mo. You've got n clearing out by the lire big as a prize ring. We'll go out there side by side. And hnnds to hands we'll settle all these debts we have between us with no rules of lighting and no mercy In the end V They measured oarh other with their eyes. Once more Cranston's gaze stole to his rille. but lunging out. Dan kicked it throe feet farther Into the shadows of the lean-to- . Dan saw the dark fare drawn with passion, the hands tlenrhlug, the shoulder muscles growing Into hard knots. And Cranston looked and knew that merciless vengeance that age old sin nnd Christless creed by which lie lived bad followed him down and wns clutching Jilm nt last. He saw It In the position of the stalwart form before him, the clear level eyes that the moon light made bright as steel, the hard lines, the slim, powerful hands. He could read it In the tones of the voice tones that he himself could not Imitate or pretend. The hour had come for the settling of old debts. He tried to curse his adversary asn weakling and n degenerate, hut the obscene words he sought for would not come to his lips. Here was his fate, and because the darkness always fades before the light, and the courage of wickedness always nreaks before the courage of righteousness. Cranston was npix-aratio- e power srruird to be holding his wrlsi and wns liriidmg its li.nu- - ns an lndi:iu i hi.. null him. liriiils n how I'alu And thru tills (hut. man. who had nrer Known tin- nir.iuilig of llier-c- . opcurd his lips to serenui that this terrible enemy be merciful to him. But the words wouldn't come. A ghastly Wright had come at his throat, and his tortured lungs sobbed for bieath. Then, for u long time, there was n nil inns (..iniKinm. lashing sound In tlie exergrren boughs. It seemed merciless and endless. Itut Dan got tip at last. In a ut range, heavy silence, and swiftly went to work. He took the rille and tilled it wltli cartridges from CratMon's belt. Then he put the remaining two linves of shells Into his shirt pocket. The supplies of food tlie sack of nutritious Jerked enison liKc dried liarK. the little package of cheese, the boes of hard lark and one of tlie small sacks of prrpairtl Hour lie tied, with a single Kettle. Into Ills heavy blankets and tiling them with the rille upon tils buck. Finally he took tlie pair of snow shoes from tlie Hour, lie worked coldly, swiftly, all the time uiunrhlng at a piece of Jerked venison. When lie had finished he walked to the door of d - fare of the wllder-nc?- . and she thought that the deepening cold presaged dawn. Her fingers wne numb. Once more she went to one of the saplings, but she stumbled and almost went to her fare nt the first blow. It was the instant that her gray watchers hail been waiting for. The wolf that Mood nearest leaped a gray streak out of the shadow and rery wolf In the park shot forward with a yell. It was a short, expectant cry; but li chopped off short. I'or Willi a h:ilfso!. and seemingly without I icn-3i I proress, she alined her pistol and tired A wolf Is one of the inosi ilifllciilt pistol targets that ran be Iniagiurd. It bordered on tlie mlrneii Ions that she did not miss lilm alto goiher Her neres were torn, tlielt control oer hrr muscles largely gone Yet the bullet coursed ilown through the Iiiiik, Inflicting a mortal wound. Tbr wolf had leaped for her throat; but be fell short. She staggered from a blow, and she beard a curious soma.' Hut she In the region of her hip. didn't I. now that the fangs had goiif home In her soft flesh. The well rolled on the ground ; and If her plsto bad possessed tile shocking power ot a rllle, he would have never got uf again. As It was. he shrieked onco thru sped off In the darkurss to die I'ive or si of the nearest wolves eatrhing Ibe smell of Ids blood, hayet? and sprd after him. Hut the remainder of tlie great pack fully to of the gray, gaunt creatures by one Hcross tlie COUNTRY MOUSE By ADELAIDE J R. KEMP. J Baby Specialists. Physicians understand Infant troubles : all Physicians treat them. It profession, his duty, to know human ills from the Stork to the Great Beyond. But in serious cases he calls in the Specialist. Why? He knows as every Mother knows, or ought to know, that Baby is just a baby, needing special treatment, special remedies. Can a Mother be less thoughtful? Can a Mother try to relieve Baby with a remedy that she would use for herself? Ask yourself; and answer honestly! Always remember that Baby is just a baby. And remembering this you will remember that Fletcher's Castoria is made especially for Infants and Children. (. 1921, by McClura N'ewapaper Syndicate.) JHAT there are Physicians who specialize on Infant ailments you know. ;f jl I.ytlla Warren followed her young niece automatically down tlie valley of palms and gilt, called In common parlance "Peacock alley." With burning cheeks she passed the gamut of critical eyes that looked askance at her ankle-lengtskirt and broad-toeshoes. Tlie head waiter, like an executioner, led them to a d table and obsequiously assisted I.) ilia out of her unfashionable Jacket. She was tired after her morning shopping in the city, which she had not visited before for n decade, and hungry, too. So she gladly accepted Marjorle's invitation to a little snack before catching tlie afternoon train home. Unfortunately, as they picked up their menus they were joined by tliree young girls, friends of Marjorle's, and l.ydia was left to her own devices. "What would you like, auntie?" said Marjorle, smiling, suddenly remembering her duty as hostess. When the order was placed before her Lyiliu at once passed with a shudder the "caviare." which seemed to be an arrangi'imiit of tiny. Inky eggs on a silver of toast, and helped herself to a bit of the under-donbeef and a spoonful of gravy surmounted by a twig of parsley. She was thankful the chattering girls did not notice her ravenous onslaught of the bread and butter, along with Iced water. And It was with n feeling of deep relief that, finding It later than they thought, she and Marjorle hurried away to tlie train. "And, auntie, dear, do come down again when you can make us a visit. I used to have surh fun at your house when I was a kiddie," said Marjorle a bit wistfully as she kissed her good-by- . candle-beileekee All is his Children Cry For Kjvf-t Drachil Contents 15Pluid it 1 : xt r.nnot.-.- T PEft CENT, AVoMnMeftcuarationforAvi similatimjmciooaoyiwijuia thcStomachs and ucmto (i .....Fj i The False and the True. Advertisingby the use of large space, the expenditure of huge sums of money have placed on the market, have put in your home, perhaps, many articles that today have been discarded, as you win readily admit. Do you recall anything that has more modestly appealed to the public than has Fletcher's Castoria: modest in aU its claims, pleading at all times and truthfully for our babies? The big splurg, the misleading claims may win for a time, but g the honest advertiser is like the old story of the tortoise that beat the hare. Mothers everywhere, and their daughters, now mothers, speak frankly, glowingly, enthusiastically in praise of Fletcher's Castoria. Speak of it lovingly as a friend that has brought comfort, cheer and smiles to their little-onTo them: to these true mothers no argument can induce them to set aside their bottle of Castoria, their old friend, that they might try even another and unknown remedy for babies. Then, would Y0O think of going to YOUR OWN medicine chest to find relief for Baby's troubles? Can you not separate the false from the true? truth-telline. ThcTctTi'TromotinDion Cheerfulness ana kcsuahiuuh neither Opiam.Morphtae not i: i vvT"V.vnr:oTIC ' lUm f JtocblUSiB the lean-to- . It sermrd to Dan that Cranston whispered faintly, from his unconscious' ness, ns he passed; hut the victor did not turn to look. The snow shoes crunched away Into the t'.irkness. On ers the hill behind a half dozen from the pack frisked ami leaped about In a curious way. A strange smell had reached them on tin e wind, nnd when the loud, fearful out of hearing. It might pay them to creep down, one by one. and Invest! gate Its cause. wolves-stracglstep-wer- LD OAISTS KIDNEY rtjla, WTTIim 66c t Bat at AH Start-B.S.U. N. r. C, Ulf. PILLS" WATCH THE BIG 4 Stomach-Kidneys-Heart-Liver Keep the vital organs healthy by regularly taking the world's stand-ar-d bladder and uric acid troubles remedy for kidney, liver, COLD MEDAL IB "Good Evening, Cranston." The gray circle about the fire was growing Impatient. Snowbird waited to the last Instant before she admitted tlds fact. Hut It Is possible only so long to deny the truth of a thing that all the senses verify, nnd that moment for her was past. She noticed that when she went to her hands and knees, laboriously to cut a piece of the drier wood from the rotted snag that was her principal supply of fuel, every wolf would leap forward, only to draw back when she stood straight again. She worked desperately to keep the lire burning bright. She dared not neglect It for a moment. Except for the single pistol hall that she could afford to expend on the wolves of the three she had the fire was her last defense. Hut It was a losing light. The wood smoked without llanie. the comparatively dry core with which Dan had started the lire had burned down, nnd the green wood, hacked with such dlllictiltyfrom the saplings that Dan had cut. needed the most tireless attention to burn at nil. Her nervous vitality was flowing .from her In a frightful stream. Too long she had toiled without food In the constant presence of danger, and she was very near Indeed to utter exhaustion. Hut nt the same time she knew she must not faint. That was one thing she could not do to fall unconscious before the last of her three cartridges waa expended In the right way. Again she went forth to the sapling, and this time it seemed to her that if she simply tossed the ax through the nlr. she could fell one of tlie gray crowd. Hut when she stooped to pick It up she didn't finish the thoujKit. She turned to coax the fire. And tlxui she leaned sobbing over the sled. "What's the use?" she cried. "He won't come back. What's the use of lighting any more?" "Theie's always use of fighting." her father told her. He seemed to speak with dllliculty. and Ills face looked strange and white. Tlie cold and tlie exposure were having their effect on his weakened system, and unconsciousness was a near shadow Indeed. "Hut, dearest If I could only make you do what I wimt you rain-soakerain-soake- d heart-breakin- g 4 Some Resistless Power Seemed to Holding His Wrist. Be came stealing across the snow to ward her. White fangs bad gone home; and a new madness was in tin air. ly Straining Into tlie silence, n perfect straight line between Cranston'! , camp and Snowbird's, Dan Tallin; came mushing across the snow. Hit sense of direction had never beet obliged lo stand such a test as tlili before. Snowbird's lire was a singh dot on a vast plateau; yet he had gum straight towjird It. (TO Bn CONTINUED.) BURROWED BY PRAIRIE DOG "Devil's Corkscrews" Found In Western Mountains and Plains Are No Longer a Mystery. Ths National Remedy of Holland fot centuries and endorsed by Queen Wllhel-min- a. At all druggists, three sizes. Leak for lis nam Cold Msdal ex nry boa aad accept do imitatioa tfrald ,The next time you buy calomel ask for lalotaLs The purified and refined calomel tablets that are nau&ealess, safe and sure. Medicinal virtues retain cd and improved. i only in sealed packages. Price 35c to look It In the face. The fear of defeat, of death, of heaven knows what reraorseiessness with which this jrtive giant would administer Justice was upon him, nnd his heart teemed to freeze In his breast. Cravenly lie leaped for his knife on the blankets oelow him. Dan wns upon him before he ever reached It. He sprang as a cougar rpings. Incredibly fast nnd with shattering power. Both went down, nnd for a long time they writhed nnd struggled In each other's arms. The pine toughs rustled strangely. The dark, gaunt hand reached in fain for the knife. Some resistless NOW HAS "FLYING WARSHIPS" Of the many fossils which have come out of the mountains nnd plains of tlie West, few have excited wider j Interest than the "devil's corkscrews," found, in rocks of the Miocene period. In northwestern Nebraska. They are usually wiilte. and stand out clearly against the buff background of the rock which incloses them, often attaining n length of 15 feet, with many twists and turns, ending nt times In n large bulb, with occasional side passages. When first discovered It was thought that these gigantic "corkscrews" were huge petrified vines of roots of some strange plant. Stud- - of tlie "corkscrews," however, failed to reveal nny traces of plant structure. Later tho skeleton of nn nnlnml Ilka the badger was found In a large bulb near the end of tlie "corkscrew." and bones of a small camel and small deer were found In others. After that It was discovered that many of them contained bones of n small burrowing animal about the size of the western prairie dog. Excavation of actual recent pralrle-doburrows, after filling "What?" "You're able to climb a tree, and If them with thin plaster of parls, you'd take these coats, you wouldn't showed nn Interesting fact: tlie burfreeze hy morning. If you'd only hac rows of the prairie dog and Mie prehistoric "corkscrews" were closely simthe strengtii " ilar. The mystery' Is considered ''And see you torn to pieces!" "I'm old, dear and very tired and solved. I'd crawl away Into the shadows, wherV you couldn't see. There's no use mincDevice Overcomes Sleeplessness. ing words. Snowbird. You're n brave No one need suffer from sleeplessgirl alwavs have been since a little ness nny longer. A device has been thing, ns God is my Judge and you Invented which, It is claimed, will know we must fo.ee tlie truth. Hetter send tho worst case of Insomnia to one of us die than both. And I prom- the land of nod In a few minutes. ise I'll never feel their fangs. Af.d I Tlie machine, which in appearance Is won't take your pistol with me either." rather complicated, consists of a numHer thought flashed to the clasp ber of discs which, when the starting hunting knife that he carried in his handle Is moved, rotate In opposite pocket. Hut her eyes lighted, nnd she directions. All that the sufferer has bent and kissed him. And 'he wolves to do is to keep his eyes on the discs leaped forward even at this. ns they turn, until nfter a short spell "We'll stay It out," she told him. of wntelilug he gradually sinks Into "Wel'll tight It to the last Just as Dan n sound sleep. would want us to do. Besides It would only mean the same fate for Hadn't Wasted Any Time. me, In n- - little while. I couldn't ding A young couple rushed Into n marup there forever and Dan won't come riage license bureau recently and anback." nounced to the clerk that they wished to be married at once. Dan Cupid's She was wholly unable to gain on executive officer surveyed the couple the fire. Only by dint of the most from under grizzled brows and said toll was she nble to se- severely: "I'm afraid this Is n runcure any dry fuel for It at nil. Every away match." "Well, your honor," length of wood she cut had to be returned the prospective groom, "I scraped of bark, and half the time the can't exactly say we ran, but ws tire was only a sickly column of white walked pretty fast." smoke. It became Increasingly diffThe man who makes troublo beicult to swing the nx. The trail was tween two women gets nwro enJoy almost at Its end. hours drew one ment out of it than they da The I to" g "I probably won't be down again for a long time," said Lydla honestly. "Hut I'd love to have you come up and make I'ntie Seth and me n visit." "I'll see. Auntie, maybe I will," said Marjorle. dim remembrances floating through hrr brain of tlie big, comfortable farmhouse nestled In the New Hampshire hills. A sharp warning bell caused abrupt good-byand Lydla settled back with a sigh of relief as she thought of home. In the fall Marjorle, suddenly filled with n longing for the hills, went to Warren Corners for a visit. Aunt Lydla met her at the little station. "Whatever have you been doing to yourself, child?" she asked abruptly. "You look tired to death." "Too many late hours, auntie dear. I've just come up here to rest." answered Marjorle. Her aunt remembered tlie "I'olssons" and drew conclusions of her own. A long night's sleep brought a tinge of pink to Marjorle's pale cheeks. Hreakfast was waiting for her at one end of the spotless kitchen table. "We had ours three hours ago," said Aunt Lydla. "I thought you'd be lonesome In the dining room." She I 'itmeal and cream, bacon and - biscuit and steaming odor- e in front of Marjorle. t ,.s late In November, a veritas ble lvdlan summer's day, that Marjorle 'walked up tlie long road past the s1jool house, swinging her hat by one iff Its dull blue velvet ribbons. Her yes were bright, and there was n cheery glow In her piquant face. A young man, and keen-eyewas coming down tlie road. Marjorle's cheeks turneil to a deeper scarlet. She knew It to be 1'hlllp Mason who owned tlie lovely old farmhouse that nestled among the gray hills Just above Aunt Lydla's. He had made life in tlie country additionally pleasant. He doffed his cap ns he met her and exclaimed, "Goodness I You don't look much as you did when you first came. Miss Marjorle." "And I don't feel much the same, either," inswered tlie girl, happily. "Hut I Suppose I'll have to return to the city life In another week," she added. All the light suddenly went out of Philip's face. "Why, I thought you would stay all winter," he said, dully. "Mercy, what would poor Aunt Lydla do?" exclaimed Marjorle, adding with a merry laugh, "Why, she's had to teach me how to cook so I could help her get me enough to eat." The sun had gone down while they were talking, and on the horizon the hunter's moon was beginning to send Its glow over the stubbly hills. Philip quietly took Marjorle's hand In his it wns the old story of the moon, the man nnd tiic maid. Unmindful of waiting supper or chores they finally reached home, and Aunt Lydla knew by their happy faces what they would tell her later. She Insisted on Philip's coming In for a "bito of supper." nnd ho gladly accepted her Invitation. It was Saturday night and the big table was covered with good things smoking baked beans, steaming brown-breaa goodly array of pies nnd cakes. Marjorle was hungry after her long walk, and, despite the fact that she was very much In love nnd that Philip kept adoring eyes on her. she did full Justice to the meal. Suddenly she looked at Aunt Lydla and laughed merrily. "Oh. Auntie I Will you ever forget your lunch with the poor city mouse? And did we ever dream that one day she would become n country mouse herself?" d (UnAtJSogor a f,Mninl Remedy for GonstJpationandDiarrhoM. and rcvcrisnntsa TnccnpStEEP resuttin Jac mercrrorajnjnranej: Simile Sijnattfeof MOTHERS SHOULD READ THE BOOKLET THAT IS AROUND EVERY BOTTLE OF FLETCHER'S CASTORIA If S?' Exact Copy ol Wrapper. They Ask For It. vict Inn of Charles Hmzi. "Oh, well." he "the people like to be swindled that's my e.crience. lien I was living in New I jilnnd a Concord crook cleaned up S7.000 one cold winter by adertlslnK that he had n reciM for keepini; wells- nnd cisterns from freezing- - I'armers from .Maine and Vermont and North Dakota and nil the cold places sent for the recipe, and what they got was a printed slip which said: " Take In your well or cistern carefully every nllit and stand It In front of the lire."' - GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS THB CENTAUR COMPANY, NEW VOHK CITY. Hilary K. Adair, tlie San Francisco detective, was talking abut tlie con- ASPIRIN Name "Bayer" on Genuine 11. Clemenceau Is a reLiving Aj;e. incarnation of Kobespierre, and M. of Ijnils XIV. Maurice ISarres Debussy was not was once only Mozart, but also Michael Angelo and I'eter the Great. Paul Adam, the fine French writtr who recently died, was. in former life, Socrates. I'ccularly Mile. Volf summons to hei tlie great men of history presumably those who are not reincarnated such as Pindar. Homer and Plutarch. She is compelled to spend 12,000 franJ n j ear for candles nnd lncene In order to preserve the right vibrato ly atmosphere which makes possible these Sans commentalre. revelations. Women as Taxpayers. h Figures show that of tha Sceress Also Points Out That Present taxpayers contributing to the cost ot administering the affairs of the stats Leaders Are Reincarnation of e. are women. Women, married and Country's Great Men. filed m.000 of the T43.00O lncoma Considerable attention Is belns paid tnx returns In iVOO. to the revelations of Marguerite Voir, who predicts that France will have a KILL king In l.' years, and that the divinity will npiear in France, observes the SEES FRANCE KINGDOM AGAIN one-flft- Ma-bl- RATS TODAY By Using the Genirbi r" for Bats.Mlre. Cockroaches. Ants and Waterboys tha greatest known carriers of diseaM. Tnej destroy both food and propenr. 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The audience wa beginning to show signs of ImpaTo be sure, the majority may be tience. Suddenly the manager made his ap- wrong, but you have to live with It. don't forget that. pearance on tlie platform. e J mi'ir-i-meii- bottle at druggists or delivered. Describe your case for special instruc tions and interesting horse Boole 2 R Free. ABS 0 R B 1 N E, JR., the antiseptic liniment for mankind, reduces Strained, Torn Llgsv mend. Swollen Glands. Veins er Muscles Heals Cuts. Sores. Ulcers. Allays pain, rrlcs 11.1$ .bottle at draknerdrilrerei. Boolriiract" frts. W. F. YOUNG, Inc 3!3 InIs St, SorlnjHslit. Mass. Will reduce Inflamed, Strained, Swollen Tendons, Ligaments, or Muscles. Stops the lameness and pain from a Splint, Side Bone or Bone Spavin. No blister, no hair gone and horse can be used. $2.50 a Bad Slomach Sends Her to Bed for 10 Months Eatonio Cots Her Up I "Over a year ago," says Mrs. Dora Williams, "I took to bed and for 10 months did not think I would live. Eatonlc helped me so much I am now up and able to work. I recommend It highly for stomach trouble." Eatonlc helps people to get well by taking up and carrying out the excess acidity and gases that put the stomach out of order. If you have Indigestion, sourness, heartburn, belching, food repeating, er other stomach distress, take an Eatonlc after each meaL Big box costs only a trifle with your druggist'! r- -. "Ladies ind gentlemen." ho said, In apologetic tones, "I am sorry to have to Inform you that the lecture on 'How to Keep Fit" will have to be postponed owing to the unexpected Indisposition of the lecturer." The laughter that followed lasted several minutes after he bad lied from the stage. Chicago American. No News to Him. A regimental band was about to be canorganized at ono of the war-tim- e heart-breakin- g Monks Used Charcoal. Use of charcoal In Italy has always been very heavy because of Its almost universal use for cooking nnd heating. At Vallombroso a large quantity had always been made, even in the time of the monks during the Middle nges. Prior to the war this forest nlone produced annually about 220,000 pounds of charcoal. American Forestry Magazine. tonments and. after the first rehearsal, the olllcer In charge was signing up the candidates. t. "Your name?" he asked the trom-bonU- "Sam Jones," returned the embryo trombonist. "Your station?" "Camp Deens." "Your rank?" "I know It." sighed Sam. The American Legion 'V'eekly. after-midnig- Fur Exports. Great Hritaln exports about $10,000 000 worth of furs each year. A Real Tip. ed, nnd each will carry a crew of seven, with Implaccments for five magnus. Great Britain Builds New Powerful chine vessels are being so constructThe Plane That Is at Home on Sea ed that, while being light, the hulls or In the Air. are sufficiently seaworthy to ride out the roughest waves, and will Join In London. Details of nn entirely new all navy maneuvers without a parent type of seaplane, two of which are vessel, operating from n sea bnse Just under construction, and which can ns the submarine does. fly or cruise ns a warship, have either been made public here. Boy Kills a Coyote With Hands. They are larger nnd stronger than Dehburgh, N. D. According to a B7 seacing aircraft yet construct story being told here, Jewell Chrls- - tlinson, thirteen years old, saw a big The Wife (In disgust) You'd b coyote attack his shepherd dog. The you followed coyote was winning the fight when very much better off if my advice. the boy entered the battle and killed The Husband (losing heavily) ment. the animal with his hands. The coyote What's that? They're all bruin. was full grown nnd measured four feet Tho Wife Don't back horses thai lic Ledger. six Inches in length. don't win. Bib Baby Boy Born. Terrabella, Col. A baby boy weighing eighteen pounds and three ounces has been born to Mr. and Mrs. Rtbcr Embry. The Easier Way. "He married his cook." "That's one way of keeping her but It seems to me I'd rather let hei go and take my chances on findini noover found that polar bears were under the department of commerce, grizzly bears under tlie department of the Interior and brown bears under the department of agriculture. Obviously they should all be under the department of prohibition enforcePhiladelphia Pub- Law Violators. Tomorrow. How sweet a consolation there is la guarantee. that little word "tomorrow I" The poets have given It an unduly melancholy tang probably because "sorrow" and "borrow" are the only ready rhymes for It. You can never trust Offers Health and Wealth a poet to tell the truth when he Is and has brought contentment and bappfoes to thousands of home seekers and their famipinched for rhymes. lies who have started on her FREE homesteads or bought land at attractire prices. Ther hare For poor, easygoing humanity "toestablished their own homes and secured prosmorrow" solves all problems. Tomorperity and independence. In the treat sections of the prairie provinces there row (we trustfully say) the shirts will is still to be had on easy terms come back from the laundry; we will write that letter to Bill; we will give Fertile Land at SI5 to S30 an many land similar to that which through up smoking; we will be brave enough years has yielded from 20 to 45 bushels ot wheat to the acre oats, barley and flax not to temper our cold bath with also in great abundance, while ralslna Tomorrow, after we warm water. horses, cattle, sheep and hoBs is equally profitable. Hundreds ot farmers in Western have had a refreshing sleep, we will Canada have raised crops in a single season compose the Immortal poem; we will worth more than the whole cost of their land. Healthful climate, good neighbors, churches, refashion our life on an austere, schools, rural telephone, excellent markets reasonable philosophy; wc will get our and shipping facilities. The climate and soil offer inducements for almost every branch of cut; we will astonish the boss. heir agriculture. The advantages for Humanity must be fond of tomorMlvarl Ca lilt gtm row, because there Is always so much work being saved for that occasion. make a tremendous appeal to industrious settlers wishing to improve their circumHe that works tomorrow will tristances. For certificate emitting you umph yesterday. to reduced railway rates, illustrated description ox It Is sad to reflect that for each of literature, maps,Manitoba. Sas una opportunities in us there Is coming the day with n katchewan. Aioerta ana Columbia, etc, write tomorrow. New Tork Evening Post. Western Canada km flfilf-ufn- c tut-tis- h PESKY BED-BUG- S W.S.NETHERY R. 82. Interurbin Station Columbus, ODia Bid. laSwMAIMtDHlff P. D. Q. P. D. Q. Kills Bed Bags, Roaches FRECKLES Ants and Their Eggs As Well , CABBAGE m kv Dr. posmvtiv aiMovis C Banr another." The Real Sport. cent package makes one A The father who doesn't tnUe his quart, enough to kill a million, and contains a patent spout free, pmall buy to a baseball game now and to get them In the then is missing n world of pleasure, places. Your Druggist has It or can get It for you. or mailed pre nnd at the same time losing one of paid on receipt of the life's real oppmunities to become ac- CHEMICAL WORKS. price by Haute. OWL. Terre Ind.,I quainted witli his sou. Genuine P. D. Q. is never peddled. delivery. By mall, prepaid. Ballhead. other leading varieties. 100. 15c; 600. $LS0: 1.000. J2.S0; S.000, tit. CaullSower. Tomato asxt Aster. 100, (Oc Every plant a good one. W. J. MYERS. R. 3. 1IAS3IIXON, OIUO. AC ENTS We Urt toti in business. torsltblBi ererj tiling: men tod lomen: opportunity of to eun 3 to S113 wwiUy ocarmUnc ronr on buinesa. iSiwi-vic- r Faooccxa Co., fUvport, Kz 2171 Mich. Aiwm, rLAXTS 1.000.004. June & Jury OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK OWINGSVILLE. - - Published Weekly, Trav Stull, of Preston, few spent n - KY. with Jot- - Ray Int week. Misses Until Donolicw and Cla Blevins were in Mt. Sterling; hist l.ijs Vi atch the Following For Unusual Bargains. Prices 1 s, Entered according to act of at the Owingsville, Ky., matter. as second-clas- s J7TIIE OUTLOOK'S subscription tes are as follows: $1.50 c Year 7fc. Months . ............... 45c. tee Months ..... j E. D. THOMPSON, Kentucky. owingsville, Con-fresPost-"Veni- Saturday. Mrs. Georgi' Tnrlcy and son, Rob-i- l in Mt. Sterling Saturday. Clarence Garrett and wife, of slil:ttil, ;illrinlccl tilt funeral of Ins gniitdtatlicr, A. .1. Garrett this week. A. .1. Garrett, aged H'2 years, who has hern sick iinle a lung time, died .liini' . ami ns buried in the Union gravevaid, .Monday June f. lie leaves th fit daughters, Mrs. 11. S. Itittenger, of Mt. Sterling, Mrs. A .M. Crouch, of this place, Miss Mit drcd. at Iioiiic. three sou, Richard. Tom and Jim, of this place. Mr. Garrett was a pood man and had many friends who will sadly inNs him. We extend sympathy to ttic wc-r- ... " THURSDAY. DEMOCRATIC .TVXE 9, W21. ANNOUNCEMENTS Why some men seem to have all tltie tire luck probably know :i man whose car is a with him. He knows just why it's the best little old car there is of its class. And he'll stand up for that car against the world in any kind of an argument. MEN'S NETTLETON SHOES, ALL SIZES AND LASTS $10.00. MICHAEL STERN SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN $65.00 Suit $40.00, $55.00 Suit $35.00 $40.00 Suit $25. All Palm Beach and Cool Cloth Suits i Price, Ladies' and Children's Slippers under competitors Shirtings, Sheetings, Cottons, Percales, Ginghams, lower than we have seen them for years. We are making prices on all merchandise in our house. Come and enjoy them. GOODPASTER & CO. For County Judge CHOOKS. KWIXG CONNER .JOHN CLARK s. o YOU JOSEPH WILLIAMS W. D. BAILEY family. For Sheriff Mrs. Wills and daughter, of Mt. S. M. ESTILL. Deputies: Annm Fannin? and Mason Sterling, visited her daughter, Mrs. Robert Garrett the past week. II. Botts. Buck Garrett, of Lexington ROBERT E. DUFF. the funeral of A. J. Garrttt Deputies: David B. Myres, and Isaac Craig". TECE SALT LICK DEPOSIT BANK THE BANK FOR ALL i 1 feel the Year by year an incresising number of men same way about U. S. Tires. Momlav. Mrs. Virgil Young and little .nn, ' Mrs. Jennie Cromwell and Mrs. Cal-li- e Brcen and daughter, Miss Jennie, COLE BARNES of Mt. Sterling, Miss B. A. Bass, or Deputies: Charles Hristow and Cliff Louisville, ami Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ilendrix. Young, of Shelby county, visited For Tax Commissioner Claude Young and family of Pccleil THOMAS U .10NES Oak last week. Deputies: Ed B. Hewitt, of Betlic'. team deThe Peeled Oak base-bal- l and Thos. Cronch, of Preston. feated the Johnston Station learn on JOE ARNOLD grounds Sunday by i, Deputies: Roy May, of Sharp--burp- , the hitler's score of IS to 13. and Stanley Clark of Sail Lick. For Clerk of Circuit Court. GRANGE CITY EARLE B. THOMPSON, Richard Carter motored a crowd WATSON S. THOMAS. to Lexington last week. For Jailer The 40th anniversary of Mrs. SAM T. JONES. Roe Crawford, Jr., was very pleasCABE SNEDKOAR. antly observed at her home here . FLOYD CROUCH recently and an elegant repast was In.-- . .j.CLAUDE STATON. partaken of.' Quite a number of Iter FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY .D. W. DOHOETT CLARENCE B. CASSIDY For COUNTY CLERK PRESTON U. S. TUBES The same standard of quality liuilt into U. S. Tires is put Into U. S. Tubes. For a while they may try "job lot" stuff, "bargains," "big discounts" and "rebates." But usually it doesn't take long for a man to sense the economy of the standard quality lire. For years U. S.Tire makers have been building quality tires for sane tire users for the car of medium or light weight no less than for the heavy car. The tire buyers of the land have responded with a mighty U. S. Tire following. The U. S. Tire makers meet the responsibility for supplying this nationwide following with characteristic energy. U.S. Factory Branches are established, covering the entire country. Find the U. S. Tire dealer who has the intention of servingyou. You will know him by his full, completely sized line of fresh, live U. S. Tires quality first, and the same choice of size, tread and type as in the biggest cities of the land Ninety-tw- o SALT LICK, As - - KENTUCKY strong and safe as honesty and prudence make it possible. We invite your Banking business. ROUGH AND DRESSED HARWOOD LUMBER OUR SPECIATIES: Flooring, Ceiling and iding OUR MOTTO: '. . DEE STEELE. , i W.W.NIXON . ROBERT J. WILLIAMS NATHAN SORRELL, Jr. For Representative YANY. GREEN. THOS. J. KNIOHT. POWER. CLAKKXCE For Circuit Judge. HENRY R. PREWITT. For Commonwealth's Attorney. HAMILTON. W. MAGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT R. T. MYERS MAGISTRATE 6th DISTRICT. OLLIE CRAYCRAFT CHARLES MYERS a relatives and friends being present all of whom wish her many happ. return's of the day. tRichard Carter accompanied by Thos. Snedcgar and Mrs. John Sncdegar went to Lexington Inst week to accompany the lntler's husband home, he lufiug been in :i bos pital there. 'Misses Bess and Ruby Thump-soof Fleniingsburg and Plains, have lceii vising their mother Mrs. Linnic Thomprr. Jlis-Manila Call, of Lex n.to'i has con visiting J. W. Call and i ily aiii. .attend' decoration at Hills-lor1 f.-- -- f f pi Good Material, Low Prices and Fair Dealing. SALT LICK LUMBER CO., SALT LICK, KY. Find the U. S. Tin- - cteater with thr full, completely eixrd line of froth, hn U. S. Tirii." n, United States Tires United States THE MOST Rubber Company SATISFACTORY WAY for the American husband and father to provide for his 'children and al' who are dependent iiii him" is through a policy in the Mutual benefit Life Insurance Co,, of Newark, N. J. CLAHKNCK ULERY, Agent, Owingsville, Ky o. Mrs, May X. Philips and Miss Maude Kissick attended Commencement exercises at Morehead. Robert L. Phillips and Osborne R. Kissick being two of the graduates of M. X. OLYMPIA S. from this place. looking bat k- t ODESSA Maintain Your Best Pace. Ahrin Clark, of Huntington, was UNUSUAL CONDITION Rev. Dan Murphy will begin a , ward -- t and 30 years: Ton arc unfair to yourself when yon here Sunday. Mrs. J. T. Gudgell returned Thursmeeting here Monday night limit your iosIIilltlfs to the other Hon. Will A. Young of Morehead ' day from a week's visit with relaHn.. Tiiihley Knox, of Olive Hill, following the 2nd Sunday. ! Texas Lady Suffered With Pulling fellow's pace. You are not bound to announces as a candidate for wear his linnilinip. It may lie the was hero Monday. Miss Nell Davis and Jas. Colliver tives in Owingsville. ratic iK ininatioii for District and Aching Pains in Her Back, courteous thing to go ns slowly as he Miss Mabel Payne, of Lexington, are home from M. XT. S. James Kerns left Monday for does, but that's merely a innttcr of Attorney in this district. Which Cardui Relieved. was the week end guest of Mrs. Yes condescension and doesn't represent Born to the wfc of 0. R. Green, Lebanon, Ind. Miss Lucile Cntlctt, daughter c yonr capacity. I.ct your own Inner Dr. H. S. Gilmorc and family spent la II. Jackson. a daughter. Urs.jJ. T. Catiett,, of Owingsville. Houston, Texas. Mrs. C P. Cook, of urge be the compelling force that Mrs. M." M. Steele and little daugn-te- r Saturday night and Sunday with 1912 Whttty Street, this city, recently keeps you. to your best pace. ' You lied at her home. May Doris, of Russell, arc visiting Rob't. Evans and family in Fleming SALT LICK said: "About four months after my won't be happy dragging along when Anmntiieciiicnt of the approaching Mr. and Mrs. Will Kautz have re- county. her parents George Swnrjz and wife Heshles this, marriage, I . . . began suffering much you should be marriage of Miss Kllie Lanev ami A pain, John Williams and Claude May, of turned to their beautiful suburban and knew that my condition was doing things at slow gait demands Mrs. Chester Snedcgar and daugh.' Tharp, both of thw city, append unusual, but couldn't just decide what more energy than should be used for ML Sterling, are visiting R. D. Sal-ye- home for the summer. Their daugh- ter, Lucilc spent Wednesday with J. the operation. To do the work right in this issue. was wrong. I had to go to bed. . . . you ters Misses Lucille and Marguerite Mrs. Dulcina Darnell in Owingsville. should be Immersed In It so that "All across my back and hips wcr . 1 .Y.Qu..j;Jje yoitf1irbiule. thought (o the Gcofbe Gndirell and wife, of Prick Miss Lizzie Syvartr. and Mrs. W. who attend school in Lexington, will $ Iiiirtoii Riddle nrnK-Mis-Edna pains, pulling arid achlng untll "Tcould thing Sou "do." The. fact that 'every W. Picne wjr fJi.ggltLick chopily Aslijjspcnt Sunday night with hardly sit up. I stayed in bed a .few! tnrrf'ls a "new1 challenge keeps you omhcir parents later,, "'MY'aiid Mrs. WiUMcGiil of Ida their spn, unit innigeit aim iamuy. Snedetiar and BoyBiiriiftj aiitl days. Sly husband had heard of, Car- up. to your? best and. assures yoi& best ping TuoKdnrt.ru: itf'.' . . -ii.i. Miss May Speiicr, allVf Batfi'County dui so I told htm be might get It. effort. To see things being done that ralJ-- d L Miss JuncXixon; of Preston, are guests of the lntter's sister Irvin Darnell has been hired as were married at Winchester Saturidled skill nnd ability Is the call that "After I had taken Cardui a friends here one day last week. in Gilmorc Bros, store. on s. Wm. Pierce. clerk I was up. I took five oottlcs and Is answered by still better effort. day by County Judge Lee Evans. AH Mrs. Elva Spencer continues poor J. H. Swartz and Charles Kirk Grit. four gave their ages as '21 years. haven't been In bed since for this SLATE VALLEY motored through from Pinevillc last 17. trouble, for It I have tho least sympWhere Lincoln Wai Going. Miss Ermine Mnnley, of Reynoldi-il!- t, Mr. Riddle's bride is a daughter of toms of this trouble I get Cardui and week and are the guests of the forMrs. T. B Staggs was brought to A characteristic story of Lincoln Is visited her cousin, Mrs. W. O. :ll Snedcgar and his lirst wife, anil tako It in time. mer's parents Mr. and Mrs. George b r home here from a Icxington hosretold by his biographer, the Ilev. Dr. Mr. Bntiher's bride is a daughter of "I have a number of friends who Traylor last week. IS III, when LinHill.. pital nnd is slightly improving. Swartz. have used Cardui, and they recommend John U'esl.w, single-ter- In race for concoln made his Irene and Howard Goodpastcr, of John (IVmgcr) Spcnce, deceased. It very highly." v Mr. and Mrs. George Lee Hona-kc- r, Born May G at Ward, W. Va., to The experience of this Texas lady gress, be was prevailed upon to attend of Morehead, arc boarding at Kendall Springs, visited Mri Jennie NJJ. W. Penix u J wife, a daughter a revival meeting conducted by ths Is to that Rtirrcs-- Johns-Hhauling coal from of similar women. related by thousands renowned evangelist, t. Goodpastcr Saturday night a n d Peter other UJetty Jeanne. the North Hotel. Ewi-- i :t u Cardui Is purely vegetable, and mild the piri'pin;; station at The famous exborter called Master Earlc Swartz, of GallaMrs. Dan Maupin is scriousy ill. Sunday. may on all desiring to go to heaven to and gentle In its action. Cardui H Mill, when bis be the very medicine you need If suf- stand up. All arose but Lincoln. Then gher, W. Va., is visiting his grand John Craig and son Henry have skidded throwing him against fering with womanly troubled. Daniel S. Gilvin Drowned. be asked all to rise who did not want Mr. and Mrs. George Swartz. been making improvements to their parents NC-1Tako CarduL to go to bell. Lincoln remained still Mr. Daniel Smith (Tuck) Gilvin. a barbed wire fence and dragging Edgar Lawson, of Winchester, was ' "nes by building verandas which seated. "I am surprised," snld llrother i distant c of 15 or '20 feet. lie. iwanBMDKism'JzmaManaaRntnn n aged about til years, the Sunday guest of his sister Mrs. a ' i preatly to their appearance. I'artwright. "to see Abe Lincoln sitAN ELOQUENT SPEAKER. was terribly lacerated. He was sent ting back there uniiioeI by these apdr. nnd Mrs. Isaac Sbousc spem fanner of the ounty, was drowned Clara Pcrgram. to the hospital for treatment. peals. If .Mr. Lincoln does not want Rnssell McGIothin, wife and baVy, S- - day with the latter's mother Mrs. when his buggy overturned and rollto go to heaven anil does not want visiting rela-ive- s j zic Parker, who is very ill at her ed down a steep embankment Tuesof L. & E Junction are to escape hell, perhaps he will tell us Polite Judge Kerry Hager and day afternoon. The accident occurwhere he docs want to go." Lincoln h. ne near Ecdrick's. here. Town .Marshall S. A. Collins were slowly arose and replied. "I am going cvcral from here are attending red near what is known as the Ilinks Mrs. Elizabeth Williams was shopto congress" Ami lie went for one tried at Prestoiisburg and sentenced ton bridge, near the Nicholas-Bat- h ping in Mt. Sterling one day last iummer Normal School at term, as per "gentleman's agreement." to 'Jl years each in the peuitentiary line. The horse had freed himself week. for killing Gerald Richmond whom No Timbering In This Mine. after demolishing the buggy. Salt Lick and Frenehburg crossNext Sunday will be Rev. Combs' liey were trying to arrest. The world's northernmost coal mine regular appointment at the Chris- ed bats here last Sunday, Salt Lick The lmdy was removed to his late Is In Spitsbergen, well within the Archome and Mathers, 1'ottR & Co., lowinning the game. tic circle. It lies under a depth of tian church. In the drive for tunds for Una thousand feet of solidly frozen earth. The woman's bible class of the cal undertakers were called. Inter- christian Ambrose Tinchcr and wife, of movement The temperature In the rooms Is 7 dement will take place at Sharpshurg Hi'.- Lexington, were visiting the latter's Christian Church will serve lunch all grees Fahrenheit, "5 degrees below MclhoiR-- t Church the Church at freezing, the year round, nnd, natu- sister Mrs. Lcnnic Spencer and other day second Saturday in July (Sales cemetery this morning with short .f 7,3(10. 1 rally, there Is no pumping. The frozen ervices at the grave. week. Day.) friends here labt I roof holds nnd there Is no timbering. Besides his wife Mr. Gilvin is surMiss Ollie Triplet!, of Moore's The Railroad Labor Board has The mine employs two hundred to i three hundred men, and STEPSTONE. Ferry visited her cousin Miss Muttic vived by four children, Messrs. Ben agreed to a reduction of $.100,011(1.- there Is said to be a constant waiting list of one William and Stanley Gilvin and 0(10 in the wages of Burl Win. Raj-- , of Mt. Sterling, Mllion over Suudav. railroad cm- thousand. The heating value of the Gilvin. Carlisle Mercury. is visiting his grand parents Joe Hay ployes, to be effective the first of j Dr. Charles C. Jessee, who lec- coal is 1 LTCt It. T. and 80.000 tons Mr. Gilvin was for four years a July. PEBBLE and wife. tures at our Chautauqua on "Demo- were produced in 1010. The mine Is . cracy, Divine and Devilish," comes operated by American methods nnd J. G. McCIurc and wife, of Shcr-ourn- csident of Sharpshurg in which Mrs. Reynolds and daughttr Miss heralded as one of the most eloquent with American iniichlnery. having been visited Leslie Stephens here iciglii oriioocl lie lins many rclcuv.. Annie and Mrs. Tom Jones spent one Outlook m inis can.lioW., speakers purchased In 1001 by a Mr. Longyear of the platform. and friends. e of lioston. and inter sold at n day last week wth Walter Quiscn-berr- y "iday and attended Church. cards and fence profit to a Norwegian firm. Jevs. Heath Shields and Richard signs. Let us have your order now. and wife. Kroni the Compressed Air .Magazine Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wright of Bafh of Covington, Ky., are hold- Miss Carrie Clark, of Farmers, 5s j (X. Y.). Men. Words of Wise r Ibis year .ounty have moved to their handThe wool-ilia series of meetings here. so1' visiting Miss Eiza Maxey. There are loads that help as well Poet Laureateship of England. some home on North Mnysville St., Mrs. Ynrbcr and son, of near ,'lc a u'ii'. i'.r Mrs. Tamaster, of Russell, visitas loads that hinder. The first we of lliiglnnd The poet laurcait-slilMr. are visiting her daughter, which is now being completed. should cheerfully take up, nnd the lated Frank Browu and family the an olllce of high honor since How's This? ter resoli '. enst off. . . . The easi- has been of Geoffrey Chaucer, but It Mrs. Wright are being war . ii.-- l Mrs. Sinnctt Garner here this week. tlnys pastjWeek. ITAI.Tsl PATAlflm ,tti est time to do a disagreeable duty the flo what we claim for it cure Catarrh or was not until the reign of .lames I A few from here attended court welcomed as citir.t'lis of our city. Charlie Payne id family, of Mt. we first decide It Is n duty. I Is when Ieafness caused by Catarrh. We do not that a royal patent v. as grunted by sentinel-Democra- t, claim to cure any other disease. i and delay double the unplcas-niui- i rehead Monday, E'J Sterling, spsnt S- day with the lat which the poet laureate became an I HALL'S CATARRH .MEDICINE Is a ' and hours of foretaste and liquid, taken Internally, nnd acts through ne few fanners set tobacco officer of the crown at a salary of tor's parents, J. L. Alexander ills nste nre added to discomfort the blood upon the mucous It is said that the drouth has cut 'the system, thus reducing thesurfaces of decisive action thet must come at last. about ?tt)0 a jear, with a tierce of vcek. me In'lamma-..owife. Willie a id ''lerbert Shulti f and restorinu normal conditions. canary from the royal cellars as perDodging the '' igreeable Is a losing P. Snelling and family of Sher-bu.- e the meadow and oats crop very All Drjr 'lata. Circulars free. Preston, also visi.ed Mr. and quisite. Ken Jonson was the first P. J, Chcucy & Co., Toledo, Ohio. game. visited C. W. Maddox Sunday. short. J. D. Alexander. For Jailer ROBERT S. ANDERSON. CHARLIE HORNBACK Sentinel-Democrapro-tradtlit-Vmi- REPUBLICAN ANNOUNCEMENTS SHROUT PIPER & SHROUT i While you are Buying get the Best Hart, Schafiher & Marx CLOTHING Stacy-Adams. r. fj . ... few-day- They go together LACY-COON- S AND CO. A VIOLIN QUINTET. i Cart-wrigh- t- - six-to- 3 i well-know- Ow-svill- e. The Five Spring Maidens are a i splendid strlnt; orchestra, with mini-special erou features of singing. I and costuming. Three of the company are the versatile Iuce , 1 Sisters, all musicians since early childhood. The program abounds in beautiful music. They are the ing day's musical attraction at our Chautauqua. open-readin- ".n-JisI- e piM't (liiUV-UK'.T- Mis-Jenni- e r I e, T. band-som- but many "Verslflentors," "Vrrslfers" and "Laureates' had preceded him, nmonc thpm being John lower, the author of "Confesslo Aman- " and Kdmund Spenser, who wns. however, styled "Court Toet." In 70 years, from 181.1 to 1802. the po"t was lllled by Southey, Wordsworth and the Inte Lord Tennyson. laureate under James patent roinixM in the world, as bis Million has so Ions Iwen ramped in Kuropi And he considers the Joys of life only shadows In comparison with the everlasting delights which await him In paradise. Swiss Buy American Cheese. Talk about carrying coals to Newcastle! exclaims the Philadelphia Ledger. Pennsylvania Is sending swiss Grove City Is cheese to Switzerland. the place that made the rpcord. Two carloads were shipped In 102O. It passed In Switzerland as the homegrown article Schwelzerkase of fame. Grove city's dairy wonders do not end with the manufacture of "re 'I swiss cheese. They Include roquefort cheese, too. exactly like the kind of which America customarily imports some S1S.(XN).(MK1 worth a year, except that Grove City's article Is made from pure cow's mil!: and the French product Is founded on the milk of goats. 4? p - j I Turks Without Fear of Death. One of the reason the Turks ued to be such rmm! soldiers was because ontempt for life Is the eence of the fnitli for which the.v fought. "Divinely cnlm" are word that have been employed to describe the profound and complete resignation to the will of Allah wb'eh Is an Intecnil part f tin' MoMohammedan faith. The pIo present hi his hammedan has ev mind tile end of enrth and the beginning of life beyond. The Turk Is said to consider himself as an Individual . . . iistiiiM A. .'.it