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Owingsville outlook: June 16, 1921 Owingsville outlook 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1921 owi1921061601_sn86069620 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Owingsville outlook: June 16, 1921 Owingsville outlook T.J. Young Owingsville, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK VOLUME XLII OWINGSVILLE, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JUNE IG. 1921. NUMBER 48. Ice Teas nt It. C. By row's. PERSONAL. to Jtil- - REPORT OF CHINA FAMINE FOR BATH CO. I have the following word from I he Xationnl Director of China Famine Fund Campaign: ''Our work on COMMITTEE (linntauiiiii Master' at K. B.iti'N .lime t). J. West visited home folks at Willin m slm rjr several dny.s the pat-- f eek. Mr lvl;rar Ponton left day for :i week's visit to friends at CyntliiaiiM. I HiiH' Tolaio Setter ft T. BYKON'S. Saturrelatic-niii- l - & A. bel'n'f of the famine sufferers of China The Bethel Chantaniiia Wednesday. A is about completed. Cable refrom IVkiii advise that recent T. K. Allen and wife nnd son, fioe- - contributions from the Chinese them!el Allen and wife visited tlielr selves haxe greatly exceeded largest ports Vt picnir i hille.1 to take pla.e nl j daughter and sister. Mrs. .las.. Stew- art, at Lexington Sunday. WrightV rrove ".Inly 2. good ean Yc arc the home of all Miss Atta Chandler will arrive lied products. home Thursday from Kentucky K. C. BYKOX. which she has attended for Money ha the happy faculty of making friends and keeping them n.s lonp as it lasts. prints candidate's and fftiie I'anN mti'UiiieeiiH'iii igns. Let u have your order now. The Outlook One new and one seeond hand Be mis Tohaero Seller for sale liy K. I.. & A. T. BYKOX. I have a fine lot of pants flor sale. sveet-xta- t MKS. JACOB KIXCAW Mill of The Clarence Crouch mid wife. of Mink Kun, died Sunday. ld This is the headquarters and coffees. 15. for tca C. BYKOX. r v I liavp""jiist received a supply ol REESE WKIXS. Pratt's Poultry Food. Get our prices on coal, lumber, lime and cement before buying. Right prices and prompt delivery. THE WALTER YOUXfl COAL CO It Was reported here Tuesday night that oil had been found in n well being drilled on Clyde Young's farm at Olympia. Come to the Community Sale nt Hillslwro June 25th. There be a special sale on sugar at a pound and Store at . p)'J iiioming aimi evening. rf Pj-nto. Day will the ol expectations; also that abundant ,ra;iis have now fallen throughout llie famine area and harvests are therefore assured where two weeks rtgo complete failure was threatened. lime. K. W. KIXCAID. The American Comniitlce rejoices, some time. therefore, that the task for which it Superintendent Bath Co. Schools. Kassett Bolts spent several days as :iipiiiulcd and for which its the pat week with home folks. Fas-se- ll Mate and. local organizations were ATTEND THE BIG AUTOMOBILE is employed as traveling salesRACES AT MT. STERLING established, has been accomplished." man for the Rowland Paper Co., of Saturday, June 25th, 1921 Tn view of the foregoing. 1 want to Louisville. The greatest even! of (he season 'nako a report of the work done by Mrs. Etna Anderson left Tuesday the Bath Connlv Committee. Public Evervbody else is coming, so vou morning for Xazarcth College, near J iiid private contributions were taken will be lonesome if you slay at home Birdslown, when1 her daughter. M'ss beginning lasl Fchrynry Mr. W. C. Carnival. Balloon. Aeroplane; in fact Christine Anderson will graduate on Iiacv. the treasurer, reports thai the. all kinds of amusement. Racing con- - between Kentucky and Indiana Thursday. Mrs. Anderson and daughimmnit receiwd bv b'mi is ir.!.!T. ter will return home Friday. nil of which has Wn sent to Jhi , drivers. ALLIE .TOXES. Manager. j Lacy Byron, who is employed at state treasurer. Mcfiohan. Snpt. of grounds, Tn addition to this a great deal has, S. Catlettsburg with his uncle Clay ByMorehead. Kv. ron in the hardware business, spem, been srnt illici tly to the state and J T know of two bun- from Monday till Wednesday with national offices. NEW MACHINERY his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. 'red dollars that have been sent in I have received and have now in a great this wav. and. equipment deal more has been sent bv churches "I"'-'f,,r ",,,M "lairing, including machin- A series of addresses covering the and individuals. ' and all ntire Bluegrass belt, will be made r' f,,r w''ff or ,Xow that no more contributions ,Mm"r M,,,,s "i requiring sew- liy Aaron Sapiro, marketing expert, nlv nppded. I want to thank, those., 'I week, it was announced who helped in this campaign, both."'? or Aliening. .111 worK .lone during this manner. here yesterday by the organization bv giving and bv soliciting. America i ""'"'I'tly "nil in first-clas- s ' 1. :.. oi committee of the proposed I""' ba responded noblv to this and the, marketing association for the many other worthy appeals that have and receive it by return mail. CLAY KOYSE. Burley tobacco. been made to her by the starving The points which Mr. Sapiro will n'l'iens (If EuroiH! and China. It was CHRISTIAN CHURCH NUTES reach, it has been definitely decida privilege to have a part in this Our revival will begin Augnst 15. ed, are Lexington, Richmond, Shel- - ;:oim1 work. Brother W. S. Ranford. of Louis bvville and Mavsville. Others towns, i HEXKV S. ITCKMX. ville, will do the preaching. d eight or nine in numb'r, will be Countv Cliainnan. The average attendance at Sunday to the list later. ",i,n A. T. Ilcrt. a wealthy and distin-- , Sl,,"wl ,ias bcc" ,nl",h growers of tobacco Fanners and bankers, warehousemen and nil bus- gnished Kentuckiaii and leading Re- -, "M,al t,1,s qnnrter. The subject of the sermon next iness men will be invited to these pnliliean politician, died suddenly of Sundnv morning will be: "The Sins meetings to henr Mr. Sapiro's analy- apoplexy in Washington, where ho sis of the marketing problem, and the had gone on a political mission. TTis f "IC Tongue." The evening subject will be' iich thov.coonbrative as- - remains wen returned to his homo "Jonah the Prophet." at Louisville for burial Saturday. ITcnry ...'. Fickjin, .Minister.- He, was 15Gj-'cr-- ! j Lnlf-Holin1 1 1 ad-le- TEACHERS' EXAMINATION examination for stale and elementary teachers' certificates will be held at the city school building on Friday and Saturday. June 17lli and IStli. Examination fee: $2 for applicants for elementary certificates; l for applicants fur slate certificates. Examination will cpeii prompt-lat S o'clock Friday morning. The time schedule as suggesled by the slate superintendent will be followed without deviation. Applicants late in arriving will suffer the loss of An v ANNOUNCEMENT OF . O s 1 not dry out, curl or split, wind does not loosen them.. 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 clastic, flexible and permanently water-proof. not rot, the nail head.3 THESE shingles dodo not rust oil, they do them 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. K L. -- & A. T. BY110N. STORI the WMCffeSTSIt D. BAILEV the Voters of Ba;h County: I take this method of announcing myself a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the ollice of County Judee of Bath County, subject to the action of the Democratic party at the primary election to be held August G, 1121, feeling and believing that 1 am competent and qualified to fill the ofiice of County fudge of Bath county or I would net be a candidate for this nomination. And if I am nornin ited and elected I will fearlessly. faithfully, honestly and impirtiu ly discharge my ofiicisl duties in' this ofiice as your County .Indue 1 do nrt belong t any ntdividu-- ' il or clique: I fttmd f betttr ten's for the nonev th;t has boen spent fur r. i p'trjiosL'o i i IJ;it;i c unty rt r--' To 1 . XWirine&Sr comet isscticauleV fcive a.bhower o few million stars 0 ward the earth on July 4, vlir only ten million jniles from this plaj et. . J PIE SUPPER There will be a pie supper at V tin schoolhousc Friday night, J 17 for benefit of the Sunday Scl' Evcrvliodv cordiallv invited. Father My win. you have Mm . law with no result. Literature n- ' art have also been blanks for y At the trade whool you also were' failure. I don't see anything for vou but politics. el.-le- convicts arrived Sat- urdav towork on thc' Owingsville ' and Sharpsburg turnpike, and the F. W. Galbraith, Jr-- National work of plneing metal of this road Commander of the American Legion, was commenced Monday morning. was instnntly killed Thursday mornMost of the work this year on this ing when an automobile in which he rond will be done by convict labor.' was riding went over a The convicts so far sent are white and among them are two Bath eoun- - ! . 20-fo- ot ICE The Owingsville seeond nine base 5 o'clock to 1130 a. 111. and durinc mil team was defeated by the Olym week nt fi a. nu Delivering from ? pian Springs team nt Olympia Sun- to !l a. 111. ilay by a score of fi to 4. The col W. A. POWER. ored team of this place defeated the Cynthinnn colored team Sunday by a ADRIAN RATLIFF. score of 3 to 2. Adrian KatlifT, died at his home nt Sharpsl'iirg Sunday, after a long ill Mrs. Emma Bergdoll, mother of the ncss. He is Mirvivcd by two daugh Grover Bergdoll, has draft v Mr. KatlifT was a naid the fine of .$23,000 assessed of F. S. Allen. against her for assisting her son in The drouth, which has now lasted escaping from the authorities. over a month, is becoming serious. John Forman, aged 82 years died It is said the oats crop and meadows nt his home in Mt. Sterling Thursday will be almost a failure, wheat and rye badly injured and that the potato following a stroke of paralysis a crop will be a failure. In some par- - week ago. Mr. Forman was n Civil of the county late planted corn Is War veteran. dying for want of rain. Of the twelve who were examined for teachers' certificate here n few A son to Mr. and Mrs.M. T. Dawwn, of Owingsville, is the first child weeks ago only two were successful to he lxirn nt the Mary Chiles Hos ind they got only second-clas- s pital. The young gentleman arrived "Friday and has been named Richard Tn th writp up of the firm of Chiles, in honor of R. A. Chiles, one of the founders of the hospital. M Steelo & Crooks, which nnnpa'-plpewhorp. whewrthe nfimf of Sterling Advocate. t.hp firm k wed it" snou'rt rpnrl T. R fstpolo. j5 Stoolo X' Crook;: JOHN M00RE. have nifsolvpd nnrtnrr?h'p. John Moore, aged 51 years, dine Monday at his home near Tunnel; A company with authorized c uiit ' Hill, afte 'ong illness of cancer if of .250.000 to build a new Capitol the stomach. He but recently re- nofel at Frankfort has been in turned from a hospital nt Lexington, rated. .'leu a surgical operation disclosed the fact that there was no hope ol The Carlisle Citv Council has now his recovery. Mr. Moore leaves his barred Sunday baseball games, wife and two children. The burial v OUTLOOK S!.5C PER YEAR was at the Bigstaff graveyard. l- -r. sm-in-la- ICE $1.50 per Hundred x Will be at on Sunday from ice-bo- ty men. t i.- .ears: i tho of ?! lowed .g "he countv tax rate to figure? in Kcci ing with the times, aru 1 ?tand for an oflicient and eeonor.o:nie-t- : adiuinitralion of the rojd' ar'r und, and stand for more of the tax money colloi-- d for ro id purposes to be spent for work on our ti.rnpilc.s and dirt roads ind. bridges; and less of the taxpayers' money sper t for some kinds of worthless machinery and other unnecessary expenses: I stand for jthe day laboring man to receive fair and just uiges for his la- -' in proportion to the cost of livinv, keeping within the times; I nd for law and order and sobriety; and for the great common .ofJBath county; I stand for an onest.dean,elc$tjojiwjlhQUt use of either moiiey "or whisk r i.if min of rascality ; , 1 against raising the salary of any county official above the y under which he was elected, unless he is willing to give ex EUROPEAN NOVELTY MUSICIANS. tra service and does give extra ss rvice for the benefit of Bath cjninty and its taxpayers over and above that which he was elect- etito do or to give to Bath county and its taxpayers: I am against standing in 50 in 50 at the expense of tin taxpavers of the; coun- - ' n;. ri. 11 Liua uy ijr, :r ii.! litis i. ul'ii uiuiu 1... any tuiieiai; 11 say : 1t ;un iiuininaieu and elected as your County Judge that I will not hold jack in the treasury a portion of the taxpayer.-.- ' money frr the purpose of saying that when I went out of office I left 00 much money in the treasury when such amount of morcy should ha- been spent for work dene i:i .iur turnpi're.- and dirt ro-t.ini u'u b. idg'-- 01 for Any other necjs.;itk:; for BnMi county for which the tax monev is collected, for knowing this to be rij;ht and believing this will meet with the approval of the voters and taxpayers of Bath county for the taxpayers have paid'that money for that purpose, and if that money is left lying in the treasury the taxpayers are not re- ceivihg value for the tax money which they are paying for that nurpose. And so 1 say to the voters of Bath county, give my plat-- 1 form and opinion a fair consideration and then vote for me for the From ,he rowatIc litUe collntry of rdlr.ary in its sueotuess anil thrill-iii- nomination for Count; Judge of Bath, county, on the Gth day of . power. They use various si7.es August, 1921 "ront!a comes to us on the second day of our Chautnunua a most uu of the Tamlmiica. the native instru1 never tailed at any time to give a lrce donation for the bene-- j usual and attractive musical organ- ment of their people for generations. lit of our soldier boys during the great World war, and I never fail-- 1 They also play and sing many ization, The Croatian Tamburtca Ored at anytime to give my little mite to the poor and needy heptra. They appear in the cos- standard numbers of our country as and unfortunate who could not h.dp themselves, and I havenev- -' tumes of their native land, singing well a& our popular numbers. er failed to pay a minister of the Gospel for his services and great ami playing their Slavic music, extra- good work done in trying to save poor sinners' souls from tor-- j menc. And now 1 desire to say that because 1 nad lailed to have my announcement in the Ow ingsville Outlook up to this time and having only had my annoucement in printed cards, some of my opponents or their friends have tried to circulate the report that I am not a candidate for the nomination for County Judge and that I had withdrawn from the race. This report is malicious and false report and without any foundation whatever. I am in this race to a finish and my name will be on the ballots until the polls close August 6, 1021. And now I say to my friends to keep on pressing the button and I will win this nomination. I say to the voters of Bath county that if nominated and elected I will use all honorable means in my power to get the State and Governme it aid at all times to assist in making better roads i'kesomeof our sister counties in Kentucky are receiving. If we do not try to do our duty and ask for it we never will get the Government and State aid that we should receive. Concerning roads the voters should look at this matter in the proper way. I Sold only by dealers In conclusion I wish to say that I have always been a true, loyal and faithful Democrat, always working for the success of the party, and I do now most respectfully solicit the support and influence of all Democrats, both gentlemen and ladies, in my race for this nomination, and if I am nominated I have no doubt nor fear but what I will be elected in November, 1021, for I have many Republican friends in Bath county of whom I am very proud for their kindness to me in the past, as I have been a Democratic nominee a few times heretofore, and I trust that if I am nominntpd they will be my friends again, and desire to say to those Republicans who have spoken and worked in my behalf that I am very thankful to them for their kindness, although I am a Democrat. Most respectfully your obedient servant, V. D. BAILEY, Candidate for the Democratic nomination for County Judge. inyr jiri'-ien- - A-m- . ' home, it'a 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, and thus adding to the civic beauty. well-paint- "Green-Sealed- ." 1 1 HANNA'S GREEN-SEA- L PAINT ds s tht has, 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 next7painting every package. job. Formula Sold By JOHN T. KIMBROUGH & SON, Owingsviile, Ky. tn - ATTENTION The firm of Steele & Crooks having dissolved I am continuing the business at the old stand with as good a line of groceries as ean be found. All accounts positively due 1st of each month and no orders will be filled unless previous account lias been paid. JAMES R. STEELE Owingsville, Kentucky. j xm give tire mileage at the lowest cost in history VULCANIZING your old tires in and have them repaired for the summer. Do not throw them a wav. Let us make new ones out of them for you for half price of new tires. All work warranted. CROOKS & STAMPER. Irin 30 x 31 NON-SKID EARL B. THOMPSON IS A CAN RED-TO- P CORD DIP ATM FOB $15.00 $22.00 $27.50 Reduction on all styles and sizes C T.j TO R OF Till? Tv Bath Circuit Court A New Low Pr?ce on a Known and Honest Product I Subject In tin' Oenioerutie parly primary clfction August G, I')21. Your support and inllucnn pectfully solicited. res- THE PRICE l.st island Creek Coal for Si UK) a Ti-n- . s T. F. ALLEN OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. WAR HERO AND LEGION LEADER Public Funeral for Two Heroes of Washington U. S. TO WITH OTHER NATIONS AGREEMENT REACHED BETWEEN AND GOVERNMENT BANKERS "KILLED BY ADTO "rW. ORDERED BY SENATE, TESTIMONIAL TO WORK OF F. W GALBRAITH To Transact Government Foreign Deals Under Supervision, Is Report After Parley at Conference at the White House. Efforts of Cincinnatian To Assist Soldiers Echoed In Decision To Investigate Bureaus Eulogies of Legion Commander Voiced as Upper House Unanimously Favors Resolution. Washington Not (inly with words, lint liv adoption of a resolution intended to nid disabled fnniioi sonus men, dll llic Senate of tlie I'liiled Slates deplore the unexpected death of Colonel Frederick W. Cnlhralth. Jr, if Cinriniiati, Commander in Chief of tho American Ia'poii. rollowin;: announce nu-n- t Croud at the S.xlviin theater on the monument Rrniindo lit iislunctoii. when the puldli funeral was held over of bis death by Senator Joseph the bodies of Vincent 11. Costello and Hlratn V. Cash. In honor of nil M iishlncton heroes who died in the World war. S. Frelinshu.ison, llcpuhlicaii, Xc Jersej, and short enlirie. by Irm and The services were nttendeil liy Vice rrcsldt-u- t I'oollde l,eiieral IVrshiiis, tlie district romtn ..loners iiml other pn ernnient and citv olIiclnK Senator I'rank IV Willis. I!ritillU-u- i. Ohio, the Senate unanimously agreed with Senator iMvid 1. Walsh, Ponio- PREDICTRECORDWHEATCROP rat. Massachusetts, that the "most Ill- - would he adoption of tin;; testimonialYield This Year Points To Forty-Threthe hitter's endin; resolution to in Million Bushels Greater Than xeticale tJovoniHient relief agencies Last Year. for veiorans. The adojititl resolution, wlilrh SenaWashington. The countrj's com tor Willis spoko against ami olcd for. limed winter ami spring wheat crop f thrcv creates u select eommittec licpuhlicatis and two Democratic Sen- SENATE MAY CALL AMERICAN AD promises to be K'.tHHi.two onbushels larger BETWEEN UNITED STATES AND ih.ni last j ear's based forecasts of ator, to MEXICO, LATIN PRESS all bureaus and MIRAL TO ACCOUNT FOR production aniioiini ed b the Depart Hie Government dealing uremics of LONDON SPEECH. STATES. meat of Agriculture. There will be rare, treatment, insuring, with the smaller crops of oafs, barley and haj rompcnsatln;:. rehahiliii.dns and than wero hore.sted last jcar, while of disabled former servii-Disciplinary Nature Is tlie apple crop will not be half so large New Element in Mexican Question Is men. The apeneies Milijeet to the in- Action of a Foreshadowed By Both Houses of as that of l'.rjo and the pcaih crop Injected By the Formal Protest of quiry are the ltureau of War Ki-Congress Harrison and Ryan Are will be much smaller than last year. American Oil Operators Against a 1'nlted State 1'uhlic Health Service-anAuthors of Measure. Winter wheat, which a month ago New Tax Levy. the Federal Board of Vocational promised a crop of li'Jli.OOO.OOO bushels Kduention. Washington. l'ossible dismissal of mine through May in bad shape in Mexico City. Uecogniilon of the adHear Admiral illiam S. Sims from several of the important producing ministration of President Ahuro Senate Approves Big Army. and as a result the forecast of Washington. A peculiar situation the I'nited States Navy, as the result states by the United States must prewas evoheil In Consresswhen the Sen- of his speech m London recently, was production showed n reduction of bushels, bringing tlie total to cede treaty making between the two Farm Loan Act. ate xoteil. :U to SO. not to concur will) foieshadoucd in both Houses of ConWashington.--Thproduced the, Senate passed the House agreement on a small army, gress. Th? Senate passed a resolu jcSr. same quantity as wheat slate,last nations, and although President CHire-go- i: reKansas, and sent to tlie House the Kcnyon hill and the House refused to take a direct tion directing the Naval Affairs Com- ported a declinepremier condition of tlie desired to sign the treaty men- amending the Federal farm loan act in the mittee to make a "thorough iinerftig.)-lievote on the Borah disarmament amend-meiifrom SI per cent of a normal on tioned in the recent American mem- to permit an Increase in interest rates of the reported remarks of Ad- crop 1, foikIIiis the naval approiriation May to t on June 1. which resulted orandum, he can not do so except after on bonds of joint stock land banks hill to conference without Itistructlns miral Sims and to rejxirt to the Senate in a reduction in that state's forecast recognition of the Mexican Governfrom 5 to Ti'a per cent. During the de inwith recommendations." the House conferees. In a way it bate, which preceded adoption, how At tho Mime time Representative by ;ct,NHtKK) bushels. In Nebraska the ment. dicates the variation in thought of the 'I his statement was printed by all cut, tax exemp; securities came un legislative body, but it showed more Thomas .1. ICyan, of New York, Repub- condition dropped from !J to To ami In 70. the newspapers of .Mexico City, they der a strong lire and demands were clearly that each of them is treading lican, introduced a resolution in the Oklahoma from SI to The spring wheat crop forecast In- apparently having delixcrcd their in- made that the f!o eminent eradicate with padded feet on disarmament pro House calling for an investigation. l what was described as the exemption In a statement Mr. Ryan said he did dicates W.O0rt.OiX) bushels more than formation from the same unnamed posals, for both of the economy propocrop. The condition of the source. evil. wore civen shoxes so "to make sure that there will be last year's sals ago, while The iles laratioii is made by the news an Investigation and that if Admiral crop is better than a year toward defeat. i somewhat smaller than papeis that the United Stales is not Ships Crash Off Havana. Sims Is quoted correctly ho vill bo the acreage last year. An acre field of lo.O bushels dealing with a new nation, but with .1 Cuba. The American Ihn.in.i, punished." Production Is Curbed. "I wish to make sure that the Senate is forecast, compared with 10.S bush- republic of 100 years' standing, pos- steamer Sihcr State collided at sea. Charpes that losceis Washington. last year. sessing an "Intelligent people who about 70 miles from Havana, with the tn-lumber manufacturers of tho Naval Committee does not plgeonhoio elsThe June crop report giving produc- know how to fulfill their intcrnatioti.il Klizahcth Ruth, American schooner TMuplas Cr region" on the Pacific the Senate Investigation," said Ryan. and the latter vessel was damaged, it Senate leaders stated that If pub- tion forecasts based on the condition obligations. ' coast, the future "chief source of the Is learned. The Kllzalicth Ruth, bound country's lumber supply," are organ- lished accounts of the Admiral's of the crops on June 1. the condition acreage planted, folfrom .Mobile with lumber, refused Washington. A new element was Inized to fix lumber prices by "concerted pcech were substantiated the Impro on that date and jected into the Mexican question offers of nid, it was added, and fear Is restriction of production," are made priety of It would call for his imiuc lows : Winter wheat: production forecast through formal protest to the State expressed for the safely of uv crew. by the Federal Trade Commission fn dlnte dismissal, or drastic disciplinary 77.!). Department by American oil operators a report submitted to Conpres-s- . "They action at least. The resolution au- ."8,000,000 bushels: condition Refuses To Aid OfVicers. have been engaged In such activities thorizing tho Senatorial investigation Spring wheat: production 'i'll.tXXMKX); against the t!3 per cent increase In condition 0.1.1 ; acreage lS.Oil.OOO. All taxes on petroleum, under a decree Is Boston, Mass. Governor Channing for 'JO years," the report said, adding was Introduced by Senator Tat Harrithat evidence upon which conclusion!: son, of Mississippi, Democrat. It ra3 wheat: production So0.000,XX) ; condi- sued In Mexico sinco the present nego 11. Cox' declined to take action toward of tlie commission were based was pro- adopted without objection, although tion S2.0; acreage .Vi7,744,u0rt. Oats: tiations for the drawing of a treaty ot reinstatement of Boston policemen who 1,40.1,000.000; condition amity and commerce wero cured fronfthe flies of the association! Senator James W. Wndswortli, Jr., ot production esun. (J went out on strike in September, l'JI'.l. .,The Governor said the responsibility oo occasion ST..7 ; acreage 44,S'J!),00O. Barley : proconcerned, with the prod" of Ns- - York, Reu''"'-'.- -Tor the conduct of the Police Denartt out Douglas In. 'e otc- - duction 101,000,000; condition S7.1; acreage 7.71.1,000. Rye : production 71 COLONEL GALBRAITH KILLED ' ent was vested In the Police Commis- L "Tji (0!),0(X) : condition 00.:!. Hay : prodiic) t loner. He Saw no for action inquiry. Ws unw . vet c part, he wrote. jndits lined up "I am aware of that," Senator Har- tlon 101.000.000; condition So. Apples': s dancers In an inn north of Evanston rison responded. "hii tlie charges In Production 10s,HX).OO0: condition llv American Legion Chief Meets His Two Officers Killed. Death in an Automobile and escaped with Jewelry and cash this speech touching the Senato are so Peaches: priHliittion :'.1,70ii,ihXI ; condiTh-e- e ! Toledo, O. men i:re ilcail as a Accident. estimated to be worth $20,000. The grave and Important that we can not tion I.V.'i. rrsult of a machine gun, hand grenade dancers at first thought it was a joke afford to ignore them, notwithstanding between police Four In Family Killed. when a young man, with a cap pulled the action of the Secretary of the Indianapolis, Ind. Colonel Fred W. atul revolver battle here and a man who had refused to pay h'.a Louisa, Ky. A girl, who gave her Calhraith, of Cincinnati, National Comlow over his eyes and a pistol in each Navy." life In an effort to save a brother, was mander of tho American Legion, wa3 board bill. The toll included two poband, stepped out on the lloor and licemen and James Kdward Kelley, the the first of four members of one fam- killed Instantly when an automobile, commanded them to line up, but the Grilling Brings Tears. ily to die its the result of a battle on in which he and Milton .1. Foreman, of man who refused to pay the hill. The puests quickly complied when three New York. Marian MeArdle, 10 Wallow pole Creek, Klliott county, al- Chicago, a Ccncral in the National policemen wero Harry Dowoll and other robbers entered and tired sevOne years old, held here In connection with leged to have grown out of accusations (iiiard, and Henry liynn, another na- Harold Mossbrueger. eral shots into the ceiling. The victims: tional otlicial of the Legion, were ridwoman saved diamonds valued at the murder ot her stepfather, Daniel involving moonshining. Rent Boosted. f 1.1.000 by dropping them into her cup Kaber, in Lakewood, 0 collapsed un- Mary Sparks. II years old. shot ing, plunged down a 10 foot embankshowing York. Testimony New der questioning by detectives here. through heart. Wesley Sparks, Sr., ment on tho outskirts of the city. The of coffee. "For fiod's sake. Captain Carey, don't her father, beaten to death. Wcl.v party had attended a rally In behalf of heavy increases in ollicc and loft build ask me to testify against my mother,' Sparks, Jr., died after receiving live the citizens' military training camps Ing rentals, varying from 100 per cent Use Sunday Papers. KX) per cent since 11)15, Boston, Mass. Use of the Sunday Miss McArdlc Is alleged to have cried knife wounds. Daniel Sparks, brother campaign. Cilhraith, Foreman and last year to newspapers as a connecting link be- hysterically at the end of three hours' of Mary, shot fatally. Another broth- Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., Assistant Sec- was given to the Iickwood Legislative Committee. Increases of ."i0 per cent Bromides had to be ad- er, Hugh, was wounded when In the retary of the Navy, were the principal tween the professional physicians and questioning. the layman was suggested by Dr. ministered before she could be quieted. fight. speakers. Following the meeting the wero so common Samuel Untermyer, committee" counsel, said that he would Dwight Murray, of Syracuse, X. V, oflicers of the attended a re- not "trouble himself to read them into Obrcgon Seeks Recognition. Breaker of the House of Delegates of ception at the Indianapolis Country Will Remove Gag Rule. Uic American Medical Association, Mexico City. Tho American State. Club, about six miles from the city. tlie' record." Washington. riiyslclmis should take tlie public Into A general order re- Department is in possession of the first They went on, in Ryan's roadster and Citizens Win Injunction. their confidence to a larger degree moving the alleged "gag rule" from oinnniiiii-.- it urn of a possible teries of passed about an hour and a half at the Paris, Ky. The latest battle bethan they have in the past. Dr. Murray the navy has been approved by Secre- ccmmuiiiciitions from Pres'dcnt Alvaro Inli. liyau was bringing the party declared In an address at the opening tary Edwin Denby, It Is understood, Obregon relative to the me lorandum back to the city when the accident oc- tween the Paris Water Company and session of the House of Delegates and will be issued soon. It now is banded to ihe President 10 days ago curred. Kyau and Foreman were seri- citizens of Hie city resulted In an being granted preventing the here in conned ion with thn In the hands of the printers. In effect. by George T. Suminci'in, American ously injured and were taken to the company turning oft water for lire pronntiual convention of the Medical As- It is said, the order states that here- Charge d'AlTalrcs, relative to recogni- City Hospital. Tho water company had tection. sociation. after officers may write for publication tion of the Mexb.ui Ion eminent, acsought to increase the rate to the city without submitting their articles to cording to Information obtained here. from !js'o a year for each lire plug lo "Stand By," Is Appeal. Taxpayers Are Warned. the censorship at the Navy DepartSt. Johns, N. K. Tlie American ?C0 a year. Washington. Taxpayers were warn- ment Negroes Are Accused. ed by the Internal Revenue Bureau to Tulsa, Okla. Tho first step toward freight steamer Chariot, which struck Publicity Drive Urged. pay their June 15 installment of inprosecution of alleged leaders of the an Iceberg 'M) miles off the NewfoundAppeal For Money. Denier, Colo. The American Federcome and profits taxes on time to avoid race riots and subsequent burning o.' land coast, reported that the water had Washington. President Harding is- the negro district here recently, with reached Ihe fireioom, and asked the ation of Iibor was urged to conduct a penalties. Failure to pay promptly, Tha publicity campaign involving the exthe bureau declared, renders the bal- sued a request calling upon the public a cost of oJ lives, was taken with tlx nearest steamer to stand by. ance of the tax due and payable, as of the United States to assist by con- filing of charges against K. B. Strat- British freighter Soapool, which was penditure of almost ?2,5O0,000 by Johii well as an additional assessment of 5 tributions tho American Red Cross in ford, negro, and former hotel proprie- damaged by collision with an iceberg W. Hays, President of the Union Ialiel per cent of the amount due, plus Inter- rendering aid to the inhabitants of tor, and three otlier negroes, none of of the Newfoundland coast reported Trades Department of the Federation, est at 1 per cent a month from the Pueblo, Col., because of flood condi- whom is In custody. They are charged that she was making good progress to- in an address before the department's ward tins ort. convention. tions. time It became due. with rioting. -- SIMS MAY BE RECOGNITION MUST e . DISCIPLINED PRECEDE TREATY Invi-stijat- e k. Westirn NrHspipcr t'nion NVws Washington.- - Assurances are undet stood to lime beni ghen lo the !ov eminent by the groups of Internationa bankers in this country that the sane ollicials will h lion of American ought by all future dealings affect ing tlie world financial situation. Tin assurances aie understood to Iiiim been ghen as a result of tho recenl While House Conference- condliclei Harding with .1. P. Mor by President gnu and other merican liuaiiciers. In i'i-- 1 iisin" the assurance given hl thai AdminisfVatioli okcuicii a a result of the transition of Ununited Stales lo a creditor nation, II was iniper.it that there should he the fullest i o operation between tlo ii i oix eminent and baukers engaged raiisniiions of an ititeriiatbuial char act er. The understanding reached betw.-e- i the Coxc nimcnt ami the Internationa haiiU- rs was said to be of a bro.nl am general characler. Formal liovern incut approal. It is understood, wil be required before any general policy is adopted, but separate transaction-unde- r the policy will be referred to tin Cot eminent ordinarily for informa discussion only. At the same time it became knowi that represenlatUes of Ihe Federal He sere Board and the Tp'nsiirv already have begun to select the conferees for a second conference of bankers sucli as that which recently assembled a! the White House. The second confer once is epcted to include bankers from the West. ie - o t. n oll:-cia- back-hande- d . j-- Freshen a Heavy Skin Witt, ttin nnltcanlU f r,c.itnnl I II nd American Woman Tells of Terrible curn Talcum Powder, nn exquisitely Conditions in the Country's scented convenient, economical face, Districts. skin, baby and dusting powder and It wns like sending my husband perfume. Renders other perfumes suoff to wnr, when I saw him depnrt for perfluous. One of the Cutlcura Toilet service In the fiimlne district out of Trio (Sonp. Ointment, Tnlcum). Adv. Mrs. Williams Tells How renrh of the ordinary comforts of life, Who spends the present In dreamnnd four days nwny from a doctor," ing of the future will spend his future Lydia E. Pinkham'sVegetable writes .Mrs. (5uy U Snriis, from In mourning his past. Compound Kept Her commitChina, to the American tee for China famine fund. Mr. Snrin Health YOU CAN WALK IN COMFORT iis, dean of the college of arts In the If you Shake Into Tour Shoei iome ALLEN'S University of Nanking, wns recently FOOTEASE. tha Antiseptic. Overpecfc, 0. "Lydia E. Pinkham's Healinc pow-l- ir for b.orj tht pinch or fet that ache. Vegetable Compound helped me both excused from his academic duties to It takes friction ehoe and take chnrge of famine relief under the Itrea reliefthe corni andfrom the hot. tired. before and alter my to bunions, baby was born. I veatlnr. Internntlnnnl commission In a large hoei one awollen feet. Ladles can wear alze smaller by shaklnc Allen's suffered with backnren nenr Tumlngfii. FotE In each shoe. Adr. ache, headache, was Almost ns dnngerous ns war are the generally run down The unexpected happens occasionconditions of life In the fnmlnc reand weak. I saw gions, according to reports of mis- ally, but not ns often as the expected Lydia E. Pinkham's sionaries nnd travelers, and with tho falls to happen. Vegetable Comcoming of spring, the perils from dispound advertised in Important to Mothers and ease nre greatly Increased. V' SBSBSBSBs! the newspapers BSBsSk decided to try it. Examine carefully every bottle of Something of the conditions under CASTOKIA. that famous old remedy Now I feel fine, take whlrV. the natives have lived during for Infanta and children, and see that It care of my two boys the winter months, and from which and do mv own work. Bears the mala-diecholera, typhus nnd ninny other I recommend your medicine to anyone must Inevitably result, mny be Signature of who is ailing. You may publish my testiIn Use for Over 30 Years. imagined from Mrs. Snriis description monial if you think it will help others. " of a vlllnge ns. It usually nppears dur- Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria Mrs. Carrie WiuJAM3,0verpeck, Ohio. ing the famine: For more than forty years Lydia E. There are fifty-si"Knlerlng the villages one sees litvarieties of kan- Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been restoring women to health who tle to Indicate that nnythlng jnusunl garoos. suffered from irregularities, displaceIs happening. F.vcrythlng Is very ments, backaches, headaches, bearing-dow- n quiet. Streets nre deserted. This Is pains,nervousnesaor "theblues. because most of the people arc stny-InToday there is hardly a town or hamlet In bed to save their strength. The in the United States wherein some pangs of hunger nre less painful If You naturally feel secure Trhen you woman does not reside who has been they do not try to get up nnd ncotiml. know that the medicine you are about to made well by it. That is why Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is now; "Often there Is but one outfit of take is absolutely pure and contains no recognized as the standard remedy for harmful or habit producing drugs. clothing (nnd that not any too comsuch ailments. Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, plete) in nny one household. That Is kidney, liver and bladder remedy. worn by the member of the family The same standard of purity, strength piMi Twbrf. daisy who finds It necessary to go out once u, killxr kllla all Aim. Neat. c!in. cmtrntBliJ. coawntvat In a while, sometimes In a vain effort and excellence is maintained in every bottle of Swamp-Boo- t. to obtain food. Infants and young ' eta t pui or tip It is scientifically compounded from rill not Mril rtarar children often have no clothes-n- t all, vegetable herbs. uythlnff. Gaarm&tMat. but nre kept In bed or wrapped In TLT KILLER It is not a stimulant and is taken ia t Tear Amain r pieces of the old, worn-oa- t clothing teatpoonful doses. hr EXPRESS. prrpid. U. 2. of their elders. It is not recommended for everything. "Many families tear their houses It is nature's great helner in relieviar and overcoming kidney, liver and blad- -' KREMOli down, room by room, and use the timiwu CUtisi. bers for fuel. When they hnvo no der troubles. A sworn statement of purity is with house left, they retire to a rude sort every bottle of Dr. Kilmer'i Swamp-Roo- t. Poor-Lancave In the ground. of hnllnwed-ou- t d "There Is nothing startling or picIf you need a medicine, you should is not the number of acres turesque, as In the case of floods, fires, have the best. On sale at all drug stores It which you farm that counts, so and large concentration camps, but in bottles of two sizes, medium and large. much as the number of dollars However, if you wish first to try this that only menns that want nnd you clear from each acre. Men nre everywhere. Instead uf In Teat preparation send ten cents to Dr. e who have bought our Kilmer 4 Co., Dinghamton. N. Y for a conspicuous plates." sample bottle. When writing be sure and farms are making fora $1,000 to $2,000 per year. Ideal locamention this paper. Adv. "Son of a Gun." tion. Fine schools and good The phrase, "son of a gun," Is someKnowledge Is not wisdom unless roads. explained as "Son of the Wine-ptimes properly used. or Flagon." There Is n word Jasper County Farms Company "gonn" which Is a dialectal variety Box 121, Newland, Indiana of "gawn" gallon. Another view Is that the expression wns originally applied to boys born on board ship. One admiral said that he had been Name "Bayer" on Genuine P. D. Q. cradled under the breast of a P. D. Q.. Pesky Devils It occurs In this sense In Quietus, not an Insect pow " Smyth's "Snllor's (1S7). der dui a cneznicai. no muss or dust, and actually kills It Is usually used In a deprecatory Bed Buss. Roaches. Fleas tense. and Ants, and their ergs as welL 33c package makes a quart. DruBcists can supAnother Ancient Civilization. ply you. o- mailed prepaid viupon receipt of price by the Ruins recently discovered in the Owl Chem. Works. Terrs cinity of El Perote, Stnte of Vera Cruz, Haute. Ind., Genuine P. D. Q. Is never peddled. reveal tlie existence ot an ancient civilization hitherto unknown. Idols disTake Aspirin only as told In each covered are neither of stone or clay, package genuine Bayer Tablets of but of a curious bright substance, Aspirin. of Then you will be following heavy and looking like tin. the directions and dosage worked out by physicians during 21 years, and Artificial Limbs. proved safe by millions. Take no Artificial arms and legs were. It Is chances with " believed, used In Egypt ns early as 700 th IV' - OU. B. C. It Is said they were made by tak the. priests, who were the physicians Hf t0.'. .tot and surgeons of these days In th Er land of the Nile, nnd the limbs wen fo well constructed. in .I CHINESE IN DIRE STRAITS BEFORE AFTER CHILDBIRTH Nan-kin- s (Zftt x g A Feeling of Security Kill All Flies! flt vrtofS5 Mr. Farmer ten-acr- ot ASPIRIN Kills Pesky Bed Bugs Word-Book- 1 -- ssssTTssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssnsssTllssssssMsl f ITjsW fflllilMM Remarkable Physical Strength. While the nvcrage woman possesses s of the physical only about strength of the nvcrage man, there are plenty of exceptions, nnd there have been women who could rival almost every font ot the strongest man. One of the most wonderful of them nil was Miss Kate Roberts, the daughter of a Welch preacher. Though there was nothing In the least massive nbout this young worn- ,man nn. she could lift a " above her head with one arm. fesMtn, two-thirdn " rm Reception Expected. (packing "em on) Gosh jiob! Step lively there! Kor-- I the bont! Say, docs the ?w you fellows are on the Profiteer n I, for one, didn't reservation. Is the old Jr with the heat or something? h Oh. he's ned to tho nil right, but he's got gdest housing problem on his salu-;llma- te "ItoblnK, Ancient Times. . Coal Medlevnl writers usunlly refer to " (carbones mar! coal as tlml. or carbe de marl). In order to distinguish It from chnrcow (carbons). The name evidently arose from the fact that It was brought to some places by water. The name was, however, used of conl which wns carted Into Chester from Kwloe, and of that found In the middle of Derbyshire. In the reign of Klizabeth coal was measured by the barrel, nine bar rels to the ton. in "sea-coal- Couldn't "How so?" "A thug with a revolver ordered him to linml out the bank's cash yesterday. but he said he couldn't do It ualesl the thug was Identified. This took the fellow so aback be hesitated a moment and was nabbed." That rasbler Is a Break the Rule. cool chap." Snatched as a Brand. "Dr. Mott." says the palpably Yale News, "had Intended to take up the study of law. but his Y. II. C. A. work, while a student at Cornell. When a man gets n chance to dis- Influenced him to follow Christian purpose of his troubles he always heaps suits." Quoted by F. P. A, In the New York Tribune. up the measure. Female lookers. schooner, small lslamv- South seas. lnndd her boat to Investigate the smoke of a fire, as It was understood the Island was uninhabited. Here was found a United States seaman, who had been put nshore with three shipmates by their captain, on account of their mutinous conduct The three others had died, but the man from Connecticut had contrived to live on the fish he caught, and the breadfruit and coconuts and other products which he could gather. When rescued after three yenrs loneliness, his utensils consisted of great shells, and two cups which he possessed, made from the skulls of bis companions. tat ever raised hades with his Buffalo amental disposition. It Pays to Advertise. makes a practice of painting religious lines on rocks and fences along public highways'. One ran: "What will you do when you die?" Came an advertising man and painted under It: "Use Delta OIL Good for burns." The American Legion Weekly. A Western evangelist al detectives should be good Unions Must Be Joined. 'Denver, Colo. Joint action by all the metal working trades unions in the country to resist further reductions In wages and increases In the hours of labor was urged by James O'Connell, president of the Metal Trades Department of the American Federation of In his annual address to the department's convention. Building trades workers also were warned that further wage cuts were not justified by William Spencer, secretary of tlie Building Trades Department, In his address before the convention. So Long, Fritz! Chicago. The Oerman submarine was sunk fn Lake Michigan IV) guns miles off Chicago by the four-incof the United States steamship with a known recThe ord of seven allied ships sunk, was destroyed in accordance with provisions of the treaty of Versailles. Destruction of the craft was a part of the annual summer maneuvers of naval reservists from Indiana and Illinois. The 7 sank In lot) feet of water less than one minute after the first salvo of 13 shots hit her. 7 h WU-mett- e. Says Aid 'is Needed Now." Legislation authorizWashington. ing the Treasury to place $d0,000,000 at the disposal of the Federal Farm Loan Board for relief of agricultural interests was aihocated before the House Banking Committee by Secretary Andrew W. Mellon. The treasury now has ?l,000.000 on deposit with the board, and In addition, Mr. Mellon said. Is holding $18.1,000,000 in farm loan bonds, for which, at present, there is no market. "If aid ever was needed, it is needed now," said tlie Secre- tary. Minimum Is 150,000 Men. Washington. The army appropriation bill, carrying $.'K14,tKXMXK) and providing for an army of l.VMXX) men for Hie next fiscal year, was passed by the Senate without a roll call. It now goes to conference with the House. The Senate rejected the committee amendments to tlie bill, providing for a minimum army of 170,000 men, thereby reversing previous action, which was favorable to the amendment. The vote was 30 to 32. Would Oust Physicians. Boston, Mass. Elimination from membership In medical associations of physicians who willfully fail or refuse to comply with local or statu health laws for prevention of disease was urged by the Preventive Medical and Public Health Section. of the American Medical Association. The section voted to submit to the House of Delegates a resolution asking that the House take the matter up with its constituent associations and consider as well s deamendments to its own signed to carry out the suggestions. Legion Plans Followed. Five-fol- d Washington. plans of tin t American Legion are obtained in a of the soldiers' bonus bill, completed by a Senate subcommittee. The revised bill differ Utile from the Mi Cumber hill reported during tho last session of Congress, and is to be submitted soon to the Senate Finance A cash bonus, adjusted Committee. service certificates for loans and deferred payment, wcatiinal training aid, and land settlement aid are it principal features new-drafd Truthful Advertising. Election of officers. Inplan of dorsement of the marketing tobacco and selection of Louisville for the next annual meeting marked the closing sessions of the Kentucky Retail Clothiers' Association here. Truthful newspaper advertising was suggested as the best means for combating the public's attitude toward the retailer by Wayne Calhoun,- advertising specialist of Cincinnati, who spoke to the clothiers. Louisville. J Three Killed In Wreck. Brownsville, Inti. Three men were killed and two scalded seriously when a front engine of B. and O. through freight No. 00 left the rails at Medora, near here. Thcsdead are Harry head brakeman ; Hugo Selfker, engineer; Thomas J. Hill, fireman. The njurcd are Medford Downing, engineer; Claude Harding, fireman. All were from Seymour, Ind. Two Investigations nre in progress In an effort to determine the cause of the wreck. who held their lands far oft from the court. These latter were strangely nnd superbly dressed In trappings of i 4 give the land life again, and, to wel gold nnd silver. The whole brilliant fineas Welcomed Return of come him with splendor, the Incas from procession moved townrd the plaza of Rays With Great Festival and all their lands around went up to Cuz-c- Cuzro, where, w Ith feet bared and eyes Much Ceremony. the city of the sun. There dwelt fixed upon the east, all awaited the the emperor, surrounded with vast coming of the sun. The moment he , At this time of the year. In the dayi magnificence, and for this one occa- appeared the multitude prostrated of the golden Inca empire, "Rayml," sion he became chief priest. The cere- themselves, nnd In a frenzy of adorathe ere festival of the sun, was cel- monies began at dawn, when the em- tion reached toward him supplicating ebrated. Then the lord of the day, peror came forth from his palace fol- hands, crying to him that he was their who had gone so far from Pern, re- lowed by the Incas, according to their god and father. Then the emperor traced his steps nnd came back to rank, and then by the Curacas, fords taking a glass of wine In bis right HAILED THE SUN AS THEIR GOD Llfe-Glvln- g hand Invited the god to drink. Tht offering nccepted, he nnd other lorili of the royal Incn blood drank tho holy wine prepared by virgins coisecrate to tho service of the sun. Proceeding to the sun's own sane tuary, then, a chosen fow worshiped with secret rites his golden Image, with Its rays of gold nnd sllvei studded with gems. There followed sacrifices by auguries and n greal feast. The fire, kept burning all tht year by the virgins of the sun. Krai replenished Knew Only One, High Taxes For Ohio. Wicks Your wife seems like a difColumbus, O. Six distinct times in ferent woman when she Is speaking. the Interest of various propositions, I'm afraid I Wllkins That so? sonic local and some general, the don't know the other one. session of the Ohio flener.il Assembly smashed the Smith tax lav.' CINCINNATI MARKETS. limitation before it finally voted to susHay and Grain. pend it for three years upon approval of 00 per cent of the voters voting upCorn No. J white Cliff l!7c. No. 3 on this proposition in the November white ClfilJ.""-- . No. I white iriflfitr. yellow election. Seven laws thus are ripen- No. 2 jellow lauflinijc, No. mixed C.lfhilVai. ing during the referendum period OlHtitrjc. No. mixed taiji file. which will make for higher tax rates. No. In addition there are 10 others which Sound I lay Timothy per ton Slll.rfl (i 1S.1'.". clover mixed $ll.TiOfi It I. conta!u provisions for tax levies. No. Wheat N. 'J rod Sl.ft'.ff Bank Bandits Nabbed. .1 red $l.!ll.tK!, No. I red .fl.ri7ff? Preble, Ind. Two bandits attempted Butter, Egg and Poultry. a hold-uat the Preble State Bank. Rulter Whole milk creamery evtra Clarence Smith, cashier, was shot in IHc, rentmlized extras :S!o, tir--ts "So the breast when he refused lo surrenKsg Klra lirsls irJlrSlo. tirts money I Ho is bandits. der the WliLMUe. ordinary lirr-t- l'.ltr.'Oo. wounded probably fatally. The bandit Live Poultry ISrollorM 1U lb and shot Kdiia Welling, assistant cashier. 5 lbs and over 2lic, In the arui. The bandits fled without over - I.V. fowls I lbs iiml fowl."tie, under I ttri any loot and were captured a mile Sic, roosters l"e. ocr ninth of Ft. Wayne. A driver of u taxi, who says the men lured him to Live Stock. tJrtic IliPin from Ft. Wayne to Preble, Cattle Steers, good to choice S7..10 Is being held here. ffS..i0. fair to good ?i5.."i(lf 7.r0, common to fair $T1i ti.."0, heifer.- -, good to choice $7..Off S..0. fiiir lo good His Golden Dream Vanished. eoniinon Agitated Lover Is It true that your to fair SKftlS, ciinners .fllL'.JO, stock heifers ?5tl!. father hns lost bis fortune? His Lady Love (sighing) Tes nil Ciihcs CoimI to choice Sltiff 10..'i. Is swept away, but you nre left, Percy, fair to Rood ?S'f 10. common and larse ro-ce- The carabao Is the Filipino's principal source of milk supply. Made Just toTbur Taste And Always the Same You. secure uniformity of strengrJband flavor in your mealtime drinkjby the portion used. i "!. p s Instant Postum (instead of coffee or tea) can be made instant ly by measuring the powdered Postum with, a teaspoon, placing the contents in a cup, then adding hot water. Better for nerves and digestion, jKSafiPlSljj Instant Postum A BCVZHAGE dear! 5of(i. Agitated Lover Oreat Jupiter! should say I am leftl Sheep Hood to choice So"?! I. fair to good plgX. common S,V51.."i0, lumbs, good to choice ?l.o0i:5, fair to good $10312.00. Not the Same. "Reverse nnd back always mean the Hogs Heavy $8fIS.25, choice pack ers and butchers SS.'Jo. medium ?S.2o tnme, don't they father?" "By no means, my son. The more 8.10. common to choice heavy fat sows reverses a man has In business the $30.75, light shippers $S.r0, pigs (lit) lbs and less) $78 T0. 'ess backing he can get." I "There's a Reason Hade by Postum Cereal Ca,Ini, Battle Creek, Mich - - - - - ... OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK. OWINGSVILLE. KY. HFR0VED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL llltllltMMMVMM" The Voice of the Pack ByJMSOM MARSHALL i CHAPTER III Continued. 23 Ho wn risking everything for tin Mike of spool. Ho gave no hood to the NEWS CULLINGS From May field. Sixteen hundred nnd two automobile license plates have been Issued in Gnnos county slm o December 17, when o unity dorks begnn l.ssulng licenses under the new law. FELT LIKE AN IRON SundaySchool T (By The next time Kentucky fopyrlKht. to free horsolf nnd her father from the ngou.v of fmigs. She took careful aim. nnd although a pistol Is never ns accurate or lis iMiworful ns a ritle. she killed one wolf and wounded another. Frenzied In tluir avagerj. throe or four of the remaining wolves le.iX'il nt the Imdy of one of the wounded; but the others scattered in all directions. Still I:in tired with tho same , nnd -- lit: the accural-wohos died In the snow. Tho girl nnd tho mini wore screaming now In The the frenzied Joy of deliverance wohos scurrlnl franticall.v among the trees; and some of them unknowingly ran full in the face of their enemy . to bo shot down without mercy. And few Indeed wore those thnt estupod to eolloot oh distant rldgo. nnd. per hups, to bo haunted in dro.-ily n death that came out of the shadows to blast the p:u'k. Again the puck song would bo despairing nnd strnugo In the u inter nightsthat ago old ohniit of I'amlne and Four and the long war of olst-oncwith only I loath and Iarkiie In the end. And beeaiie It Is the voice of the wilderness Itself, the tenderfoot that eninp in the evergreen forest will IMon. and hl talk will die at his tips, nnd he will have tho beginnings of knowledge. And perhaps he will wonder If Clod bus ghen him the thews- - nml tibor to moot the wilderness breast to breaM ns Dan had met It ; to remain and to tight and to conquer. And thereby his metal will be tested In the eyes of the Ited Cods. Snowbird stood waiting in the snow, anus stretched to her fore-tns Dan came running through the wood. Hut Ills arms- - wore wider yet, and she wont softly into them. -11 e or 19M. WW VC- Iy Mttle Ilrotin St Co. I1 fallen tluiher thnt might Imvc torn the well of his snow shoes to shred. lh cnuse he shut out nil thought of It. he had no feeling of fntlgue. The fight with Cranston had heen n frightful strain on muscle anil nerve; hut ho scarcely rcmoinhored It now. His whole purpose was to return to Snowbird before the wolves lost the Inst of their cowardice. The Jerked venison thnt he hnd munched hnd brought him bnck much of Ids strength. Ho whs wholly unconscious of his heavy pack. Never did ho glide mi swiftly, so softly, with such unerring step; and It was nothing more or loss thnn a perfect expression of the control that hN stool nerve had over Ids' muscles. Then, through the silence, ho hoard the shout of the pncK ns the wolf had leaped at Snowbird. He knew what It meant. The wolves were nttncklns then, and n great flood of black, hating bitterness poured over him nt the thought he hnd tieon too lato. It had all lieon In vain, mid before the thought could fully go hiime. he heard the dim. far-of- f crack of n pistol. Was that the first of the throe shots, the one she might expend on the wolves, or had the first two already been spent nnd was she tnklng the last gateway of escape? I'erhnps oven now wns lying still on the sled, nnd she standing before the ruin of her fire, praying that her soul migW have wings. He shouted with nil the powor of his lungs across the snow. Hut Snowbird only henrd the soft glide of the wolves In the snow. The wind was blowing toward Dan; ami while he had hoard the loud chorus of the pack, one of the most cries, nnd the penetrating crack of n pistol, she couldn't hoar his answering shout. In fact, the wilderness seemed pretornnturally still. All was breathless heavy with suspense, and she stood. Just as Dan had thought, between the ruin of her fire nnd the sled, and she looked with straight eyes to the oncoming wolves. "Hurry, Snowbird," Ixnnor wns "filvp mo the pistol for whispering, that last work. Wo have only n moment more." He looked very calm and brave, as he wns on the sled, nnd pere lingered at his beardhaps a ed lips. And the bravest thing of all was that to spare her, he was willing to take the little weapon from her hand to use It In Its Inst service. She tried to smile at him, then crept over to his vide. The strain was over. They knew what they hnd to face. She put the pistol In his steady hand. His hand lowered to his side and be sat waiting. The moments passed. The wolves seemed to be waiting, too, for the last flickering Jongue oMhe little fire to die away. The last of her fuel wns ignited and burning out; they were crouched and ready to spring If she should venture forth after more. The darkness closed down deeper, nnd at last only a column of smoke remained. It was nothing to be afraid of. The great, gray leader of the pack, n wolf that weighed nearly 100 pounds, began slowly and deliberately to set his muscles for the spring. It wns the same as when the great bull elk comes to bay at tho base of the cliffs; usual ly some one wolf, often the great pack leader, wishing to remind his followers of his might, or else some male proud In his strength, will attack alone. Because this was the noblest game that the pack hnd ever faced, the leader chose to make the first leap himself. It was true thnt these two had neither such horns nor rozor-edge- d hoofs as the elk, yet they hnd eyes that chilled his heart when he tried to look nt them. But one wns lying almost prone, itnd tho fire wns out Besides, the madness of starvation. Intensified ten times by their terrible realization of the wound nt her hip, was upon the pack ns never before. The muscles bunched at his lean flanks. But as Snowbird nnd her father gazed nt him In fascinated horror, the great wolf suddenly smashed down In the snow. She wns aware of Its curious, utter collapse nctunlly before the sound of the rifle shot thnt occasioned It had penetrated her consciousness. It was a perfect shot at long range; and for a long Instant her tortured faculties refused to accept the truth. Then the rifle spoke ngatn, and n second woif a large male that crouched on The other side of the sled fell kicking in the snow. The pack had leaped forward at the first death; but they halted at the second. And then terror came to them when the third wolf suddenly opened Its snrage lips nnd screamed In the death agony. Up to this time, except for the report of the rifle, the attack hnd lieen made In utter silence. The reason was Just that both breath nnd nervous force are needed to shout; nnd Dan Falling could afford to waste neither of these vital forces. He had dropped to his knee, and was firing again and again, his gray eyes looking clear and straight along the barrel, his fingers without Jerk or tremor pressing ngatn and again at the trigger, his hands holding the rifle as In a vise. Every nerve and muscle were completely In his command. The distance wns fnr. yet he shot with deadly, amnzlng act curacy. The wolves were within a of the girl, nnd a fraction's waver In the gun barrel might have sped his iron-clad to all civil law. ho collected fully UVl times In tho next few minutes. But It matter, and Snowdidn't bird didn't oxen turn her face. ".May-liyou've forgotten you claimed It when j on lir- -t came back, too." she said. So lie had. It hnd completely slippl his mind. In the excitement of his light with the wolf pack. And then while they Lennox protended to be sat. broathlo-- s Willi happiness, on the edge of lb-- slid and wntiiied the dawn come out. They had never seen the snow so lovclv in tlie sunlight. parilt-iilarl.- (Tin: i:nd. ECSTASY IN THE SALESROOM Goaded "Prospect" Finally Forced, In to Rise to the Occasion Herself. "But this Is such n sweet little model, honey, Perfect on jou. Look at the quality of this diivotyn. dearie. Now, honey, did jou over see such lines?" There may hnve boon heroes of grand opera who could make love with the fluency and Intensity of a salesgirl drawing near to n sale, lull no expert exists whoso nrdor can llms flame when the actilnl moment of decision between the higher nnd tho lower comes, writes Marian Storm In the New Vork Kvenlng Tost. "Lots of little girls that buy these little Just leave off their little blouses nnd wonr them like little one piece dres-e- s. Now, this little stjie, denrle, was made for you. Look, honey, not a wrinkle In back. Isn't it lovely on her?" appeals to another enraptured creature "Isn't she Just the little girl to wear this little model? Of course, not every one can wear this little suit, dearie. It takes n figure, honey. Just like yufve g'.t. I wear the snme suit myself. "Denrle, In two weeks you couldn't buy this little suit for half the price again. Isn't It lovely on her? I said, honey, when you enme In: 'There's the girl thnt enn wenr thnt little special we got today. Now turn nround, dear. You won't have to do a thing Length Just right, honey to It Sleeves Just right, honey. "Sweetness." she urged, at pnsslon-atclimax, "don't let n little chance like this go by I Dearie, If you only "But, oh, my beloved," returned the "The goaded customer half fiercely. price! The price I" uu "We will take It easy from now on," Dan Failing told them, after the cam wns cleared of Its dead anil the fire was built high. "We have plenty of food; nml wo will travel a little while ouch day and make wart A camps nt night. We'll have friendship tiros, Ju- -t ns sometimes we used to build on the "ridge." "But after you get down In tho Lennox nsked anxiously. "Are you nnd Snowbird coming up here to Iher n wounded half-raise- d The silence fell over their enmp; and wolf whined in the darkness. "Do jou think I could leave It now?" Dan nsked. By no gift of words e half-smil- n lins been consecrated to religious service for 2X) years. Peter Stuyvesant. the Dutch governor of New Netherlands, erected the first little private chnpel In 1CO0. He nnd his wife, Judith, were buried underneath the chnpel. In her will she left the church to the Dutch Keformed Church of New York, providing thnt the tomb he The building was allowed to fnll Into decay until 1793, when Petrus proposed Stuyvcnnt, n to the vestry of Trinity church hat an Episcopal church be erected on the site, the cornerstone of which was laid In 1703 nnd the church completed Mny 0, 1700. The steeple wns milled In 1829 nnd the porch n few years Inter. Since 18.19 no material changes In the present appearance of the church nave boon ninde, nnd the church proper Is Identically the same as It wns otic hundred years ago. Peter Stuyvesnnl and his wife nre burled In the vnull beneath th porch of the church. grent-grnndso- The site of St. Mnrk's church Is the oldest church site In New York nnd St Mark's Church, New York. Covington. The body of Dennis Corby. .lr. 17 years old. n student, who left his home to swim in tho I.tcking m Grange. George Coons, 22. who Itiver, was found In the water after suffered a fractured skull in a base-bal- l lire men iis-iljnamite. g.inie at l.iro, two tulles from here, regained partial consciousness. Paris Eighteen loaded coal ears in who was catching for the secondCoons, team a northbound Iuisville & Nashville of the local high school on the .Massle freight train were derailed near Falschool diamond, was struck on the left mouth, completely blocking all trnllie temple by a foul tip. For fourteen on Jioth the north and soulh tracks. hours he was uncoirscioits and physicians believe, a blood clot may have Louisville it. S. Carson. l&W) Hale formed on the brain. st reel, and C. E. Kichardsr.n, 121 South Twentieth street, were drivers of two Frankfort Failing to tile his petimachines that collided at Eighteenth ami Oak streets. Gladys (.'arson, S, tion lr. his suit against the McComhs sustained Injuries (o tho right arm and Producing and Helming Compauj a description of the property alleged to a sprained wrist. have been sold by him, .1. W. McCul-locl- i, of Louisville, lost his suit in tlio Cloveiport. Turkeys, which brought Court of Appeals for a commission of high prices during the Christmas holi$:t3,('i0(l. The principal question for dedays, are worth less than hens on the cision In the caso was whether the delocal maiket, nccorillng In shippers, scription of the land in t lie wlio are offering 10 cents a pound for offer of sale is siilliclent to written take the live liens and but IS cents for lurkejs. nso out of the statute of fraud. The Booster are worth geese S cents court said it was a rule ami that the con a pound. tract or memorandum must itself furnish tho means of identifying the laud, Pincville. Women in Bell county and unless it does the contract is withnre harder on lawbreakers than men in the statute. in the opinion of Fnon Ilohbs. Hobbs was tried by a jury of women In polico Covington. Former service men court lieie on a charge of loitering and gathered at Covington City Building lined $uio osts. He appealed to the to hoar members of a "barnstorming Circuit Court and a Jury of men cut crew" of the American Legion which the line to $23. was headed by M. K. Gordon, Madison-villKy., slate commander of the leFrankfurt. Eugene M. D.iiioy, of gion. Commander Gordon praised the Louisville, was appointed prosecuting Kentucky Legislature for the enactattorney of the Uiuisvllle Police Court ment of the law, and by Governor Morrow to siiceed Hubert paid a glowing tribute to Stephen L. 11. Lucas resigned. Lucas has been Blakely, commonwealth's attorney of appointed internal revenue collector Kenton county, for his activities in for the state of Kentucky, succeeding getting the law on the statute books Elwood Hamilton. of the state. Ho scored aliens who refuse to adopt American ideas, and deMammoth Cave will be clared they should either become edua national park, Kentucky will have, a cated ns true Americans or be denatural history museum and a number ported. of other aililiticns to the scientific assets of the state will be made if sugLouisville. John II. Rice. S3, nnd gestions inaile by members of the y Ids wifo, Itosa. wore killed Instantly Academy of Science are enacted when their automobile was struck by into law by the 1022 legislature. a car of tho Louisville and Southern Indiana Traction ComHenderson. Joe C. Jenkins, former- pany at Northtield, Intl., one mile ly of Owensboro, lias been elected sec- north of Scottsburg. Itlcc and his wife retary of the Y. M. C. A. to succeed J. were on their way to Bowling Green, II. Muntz. He will take charge on Au- Ky., when they were killed. The crossgust 1. Muntz, who formerly was a ing nt Northtield Is regarded as affordteacher of manual training In the high ing a clear view of tho tracks. The school, resigned to accept a position position of the automobile when it as principal of a school in the state. was struck, being squarely In front of the oncoming car, leads investigators Frankfort. Action on the bond of to believe that Bice sought to beat the J. M. Kemp, Clrcu'l Clerk of Hickman Traction car ncross the tracks. E. It county, to recover $150 for judgments Butler, In charge of the Investigation for fines, for which he did not Issue for the traction companjr, regarded the iirocess or executions on replev iu bonds accident ns unavoidable on the part n time, is recommended by Henry E. of the car's crew. James, Stale Inspector and Examiner, In a report on Hickman county ollices. Louisville. J. II. Huskcsson, 22, was arrested by county patrolmen after an Pincville. Two small children of A. exciting chase, which Included a race B. Gilbert, local insurance man, were between an automobile and three mo-- burned to dentil when fire starting , an automobile smash-uand from a kitchen range destroyed the lie foot race. Huskessoii was Gilbert home. The lire was well adDodge touring car which, po-- i. vanced when discovered and burned so vas stolen from Ovvensboro, fiercely that repeated efforts to reach Johnsontown road when the room In which the children were Ctw.it Patrolmen Virgil Horin, A. sleeping failed. nnd Carl Horn recognized the car. They gave chase on motorcycles A new moving picture aril were gradually gaining Henderson. on their theater will be erected in this city by quarry when tlie automobile left the the Ileiidctson iieater Company at a rohd, ran through a yard and struck a rost of between $100,000 and $125,000. largo tree under which tliree small chilTlie new playhouse, which will bo one vv etc playing. Huskc.-so- u dren Jumped af the most modem In the South, will from the car and started running be erect od at the corner of Eini and thiough a field, hut was overtaken by Second streets. Scaling capacity will the patrolmen, who placed him In jail be between 1,200 and on n charge of grand firccny. '. e, Ken-tmksouth-hound p Hickman. -- Fire dcstrojeil the born nnd Ihc passenger automobile of .lohnson, assistant postmaster of this city. The barn and contents wero valued at about $ I.Tim l, and automobile nbout $1,000. ltti-so- Teacher of Kngliuli Illble In the Moody lilbls Institute or Chicago ) 1S21. Western Newspaper Union.) ItKV Lesson 1 ! you buy calomel II KtTZWATKH. D. D., ask for Mrs. Osborne Says She Shudders When She Thinks How (. She Suffered. LESSON FOR JUNE 19. THE SOCIAL CHRISTIAN. 4:1-- alr, . In Barnstable's Old Bell. the courthouse nt Bnrnstnhlc and "We Will Take It Easy From Now On." could ho have explained why; yet he knew Hint by token of his conquest, his spirit wns wedded to the dark forests forever. "But heaven knows what I'll do for a living." Snowbird crept near him, and her eyes shone In the bright tire light. "I've solved that," she said. "You know you studied forestry nnd I told the supervisor nt the station how nunii you knew nbout It. I wasn't going to tell you until until certain things happened and now they have happened, I can't wnlt another Instant. Ho said that with a little more study you could get Into the forest service take an examination and become n ranger. You're n natural forester If one ever lived, nnd you'd love the work." "Besides," Lennox nddeil, "It would clip tnj- - Snowbird's wings to make her live on the plains. My big house will be rebuilt, children. There will be fires In the fire place on the fall nights. There is no use of thinking of the plains." "And there's going to lie a smaller house Just a cottage nt first right beside It," Dan replied. He could go back to his forests, after nil. He wouldn't hnve to throw away his birthright, fought for so hard; and It seemed to him no other occupation could offer so much ns that of the forest rangers those silent, guardians of the forest nnd keepers of Its keys. For n long time Snowbird nnd he t, stood together at the edge of the their bodies warm from the glow, their hearts brimming with words they could not utter. Words always come hnrd to the mountain people They nre folk of action, and Dan. rather than to words, trusted to the yearning of his nnns. bullet toward her. "We're made for ench other. Snow"It's Dan railing." Lennox shouted bird, darling." he told her breathlessly as the fourth wolf died. Then Snowbird snatched her pistol nt Inst. "And nt Inst I can claim what from her father's hand and opened fire. I've been waiting for nil these months." He clnlnied It; anil In open dellatice The two shells were no longer needed cool-nerve- d lire-lighfew-fee- silent, which may be, and probably Is. the oldest bell In the United Stntes So thinks Mr. Alfred Crocker, clerk ol courts of Barnstnlde county. The date l(!7.r. is still plainly visible In the plio tograph recently printed In the Bos-teKvenlng Transcript. By this date, however, the old bell hnd seen nearly n quarter of n century of life In Kngland before It came to America nnd began In Mass.. Is nti old bell, cracked Sulphur. Bobbers broke into A. M. Doom's store, the store of L. E. Morris, postmaster; the railroad and the hotel, between 12 and 2 o'clock and obtained a small amount of money and merchandise. No change had been left in the depot cash drawer, but meat, cakes and other things to oat were taken from tlie hotel. No arrests have been made. Frankfort. Bids received by the State Highway Commission for the construction of approximately twenty-fou- r miles of road iu Whitley and Muhlenberg counties were $U0,-00- 0 loss than bids submitted on the same project in April and which were rejected because of the high cost of construciinn. In Uie absence of IL Green Garrett, chairman of Uie comChavies. In a shooting affair here mission, tlie bids were not accepted Price Holland was killed, William finally. A. J. Wardrlp, of Knoxville. Duff, deputy sheriff, was shot twice in Twin., presented the lowest bid for the the lungs and will nrohnhlv die. and construction of m'les in Laurel Henry Moore, 12, son of S. S. Moore, who was a bystander, was shot in tlie lungs. The boj-'father, a merchant here, while trying to keep peace, was knocked down with a revolver in the bands of Duff. s I calling wor- shipers together the church nt Sandwich town. Gratitude bought the bell In Kngland. for It enme ns n gift from Mrs. Peter Adolph, whose husband, Cnptnln Adolph, was lost In the wreck of his vessel on the Massachusetts const In 1007 despite the efforts of the people of Sandwich. Mean Advantage. Chairman (of public banquet) Gentlemen, before I introduce the next speaker, there will be a short recess giving jou all n chance to go out nml stretch your legs. Guest Who Is the next speaker? Clinlrmnn Before telling you whe he Is I would rather wnlt until you come back. Life. Frankfort. Through the efforts of the convicts of the state reformatory here the state capital was enabled to go over the $2,000 mark in the campaign for tlie ".My Old Kentucky Home'' fund. The prison baseball game nelted $1S9.75 for the fund. Incidcnt-ally- . the Giants, as the reformatory baseball players are known, defeated the Frankfort Cubs, the local organization, 10 to 2. e county on tlie road, surface ami macadam, his figures being $291,100, or $13,000 less than the lowest bid of April 15 for the .same type of road. The bid cf It T. Durrett, of Ixjulsville, for 1 miles in Whitley County, Williamsburg-Corbiroad. Is $3W,(W.S2, or $53,000 less than the lowest bid of April 15. The lowest bhl for 5 miles In Muhlenberg countj-- , Grecuville-Central City road, Ken tucky rod; asphalt is $210,108.50, sub mttted by the Itudell Construction Company, of Madlsouville. This bid la 12,000 less than he lowest bid of April 15 for the same of road and ouly $23,000 more than tho bid ou macadam road offered at that time. London-Bockcastln 0 tj-pe Color in Diamonds. Dismoods of bright tints, reds and greens and blues, are Immensely rain-ablbut where the tint Is slight it only destroy the diamond's beauty. Color and tints are due to the presence of Impurities. Testing the genuineness of a diamond Is difficult, and only an n expert can be absolutely sure. gems are made sometimes by BeBtl leg tatkta, layer or real dia e, If such n gem Is placed In oil the division between the real and fake crystal can be seen. There are b few other crystals that will cut glass, so tliut this test is not fully reliable. Ordinary fakes cn be detected by running a nail file over a corner of the gem. A diamond cannot be scratched. No acid will affect the brilliancy of a diamond. Folding Dri'm. Packs In Small Space. The trap Jrnmmer is, at Inst, to be relieved, of th tmrden of a fiium unlle on his travels. A full-size IT, committee of of the University of Kentucky, appointed to with tlie university authorities and the survey commission In efforts to obtain tho $S,000,000 fund needed for buildings and improvements, met at n Drawing an Audience. luncheon nt the Phoenix Hotel to plan Profes-o- r Letterklnk I'm delighted Frankfort A total of $78,3S1 In in- definite action. The committee Is comto see so large a gathering In the surance licenses has Ueen collected by posed of W. O. Wilson, chairman: house. I never spoke to nn nudlence the State Insurance Bureau since Jan- Misses Teresa Buchignani, Dorothy of more than 40 before. Your towns- uary 1, It was nnnounced. The sum Mlddleton, Lillian Hayden, Ethel men are Interested In science? was divided as follows: Life insur- Fletcher and Messrs. J. S. Horlne, Bob-eThe Local Editor Not much. Bui ance companies, $t7,SG5; casualty comHawkins, Eugene Wilkcrson, my compositor In setting up the ml ot panies, $13,110; tire companies, $17,430. Wilkerson and Everett Bleldt your lecture on the "Cosmic Forces," left the "s" out of "Cosmic." Henderson. Governor Morrow will Glasgow. Glasgow business and deliver the principal address at the professional Her Suspicion. men, ustng the Louisville Elks' Slate convention which will conMr. Gotham I see a Brooklyn woman has applied to the courts for help vene in this city In August. A letter Board of Trade bylaws as a pattern, from being loved to death by ter hus- of acceptance has been received from have organized a Chamber of Commerce here to advance the mercantile, band, who, she snj-s- . kisses tier 300 him by the local lodge. times n dny. manufacturing and general intetests of Cyntliiana. The Kcv. C. W. Klsey Glasgow. A Mrs. Gothnm Can't understand how suflicicnt number of memresigned his pastorate of the Baptist a man can do so many wrong things bers have been secured to assure the that lie has to apologize ns much as church here to accept the presidency successful working out of n program of Cumberland College at Williamsthat. deburg, Ky. This Is one of tlie most In- for the year. A secretary-manageThere are times when the absence ol fluential schools of the Baptist denomi- voting his whole time to the work, wlU crankiness shows the absence of sense. nation and has about 100 students reg- be employed and a vigorous advertising campaign will be put od istered. Pennsylvania drnm manufacturer has evolved the collapsible bass drum the hips, with a wide Renew Pillow Slips. which may be packed In two small carWhen pillow slips, "made from sash of tan crocheted silk. This same mny be nn orriers, one of which tubing." begin to get thin, cut off trimming Is used as n pretty garnidinary suitcase, the other being of a seams across end, put the part which ture, binds collar, cuffs nnd edges the arspecial shape, says an Illustrated was on the outsldo In middle; sew rather short skirt. ticle In the Popular Mechanics Magaacross again. If taken In time you zine. The drum when assembled is Harding Blue Is Popular. get nearly double wear out of 28 Inches In diameter and weighs only will The Harding blue Is seen In touches 2 pounds. The manufacturer claims them. on everything In New York. Wlndowl that, despite the light weight and small were full of tints of this color and Knitted Drees. gives forth tonea size, the Instrument knitted dress Is Im- trimmed In flowers of the Hardlna The of quite satisfactory value and mensely popular Just now with the blue. Corsage bouquets will follow One striking model, In tho lead and be tied with this fevo sportswoman. rt Tll-forfringe-finisheAll-Ovnil-ov- Ilavenna. Mrs. Azil Winkler, of near this place, was badly injured and her Infant child was instantly killed when a horse hitched to a buggy in which they were riding, ran nwaj-- . Mrs. Winkler and her baby were thrown from the buggy. Lexington. A special Uie Alumni Association "For years." said .Mrs. V. B. '3borne. of 718 Lancaster Ave.. Lexington. Ky "I have been In n condition ; nervous, weak nnd dizzy. I was acLESSON TEXT-I.- uk Matt 2S: tually so nervous that any sudden noise or excitement produce n GOl.DBN as ye have pnlpltntlon of my would heart that frightdone It unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done It unto me. Matt ened me. I absolutely could not climb 26.(0. stairs, for to attempt such would thorHEFEItENCE MATEIUAL Acta 2: oughly exhaust me. 8: "I had nervous headaches and when I'ltlMARY TOriC-rieast- ng Jesus by Helping Others. they enme on It seemed that an Iron The purified and refined JUNIOR TOriC-T-he Example Jesus band was drawn tight nround my head. calomel tablets that are Gave Us. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC I now shudder when I think of those nausealess, safe and sure -- Making All of Life Christian. headaches. My stomach was weak YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC and I could not digest the lightest Medicinal virtues retainChristianity Transforming the Social liquid food. Any food of n solid naed and improved. Sold Order. ture caused nausea and the sickening only in sealed packages. Again we say not "Making the So- sensation remained for hours. Price 35c. "My misery wns almost unbearable. cial Order Christian," If the committee please. At least these teits selected My sleep was never sound and I by the committee do not so teach, for out nil the time. My condition they have no bearing upon the queswns Indeed a very deplorable one. I tion. Why two texts so widely sepa- Anally sought treatment In Cincinnati, rated In meaning should be selected hut nothing helped me one particle. to go together under the subject I was on the verge of giving up In named Is incomprehensible. The despair when n neighbor pleaded with teacher should therefore ignore the me to try Tanlac. I obtained a bottle subject chosen and endeavor to bring of tlie medicine nnd began its use. in New York City alone from kidout the meaning of the texts. "I began Improving at once and soon ney trouble last year. Don't allow I. Jesus in the Synagogue at Nazafelt my nervousness and dizziness disa victim by appearing. Then my headaches left yourself to becomeaches. reth (Luke 4:1C-'J1Guard neglecting pains and 1. His custom wns to go to the mo nnd I realized my strength had reagainst this trouble by taking house of God (v. 10). lie now had turned. My appetite and digestion Imcome back to the town of his boyhood proved and I nm now so much better days and entered tlie place of worship In every way. This Tnnlac Is a wonas was His custom. derful medicine nnd the only one that TCft 2. Jesus reading from the Scripever really helped me. I hope every tures (vv. lie opened the book poor woman who is suffering as I did 9 at the sixty-tlrs- t chapter of Isaiah and will try It." read the Scripture passage which set Tnnlac Is sold by leading druggists The world's standard remedy for kidney, forth His entire mission. everywhere. liver, bladder ard uric add troubles. Adv. Holland's National Remedy since I63& (1) Character of Ills mission (vv. IS, 10). (a) Preach the gospel to the The giraffe's tongue is about two All druggists, three sizes. poor. God lias peculiar regard for the feet Ions. Look for the nam CoU Meo!al oa every box and accept no imitation poor, and the glory of the gospel Is that It conies to the help of the very ones most in need. It puts a ladder at the feet of a man and enables hlra Now b th. Tim. to Cat Rid of to climb as high as his ability will perThM Uglx Spots. A HOUSEHOLD mit him. (b) Heal the brokenTherVs no looser tho slightest need of NECESSITY FOR faeUoir ashamed of roar freckles, as Othlao hearted. How many are tlie brokenIs fusrantesd to remors BURNS. BITES. CUTS, double strength hearted! (c) Preach deliverance to these horoelr spots. rrTTMi iNn Stmplr get double r? ITCHING SKIN AND the captives. Those who nre In cap- strength from an ounce of Othlno apply a your druggist, and aaaaaaaaac-''' night and mornlnr and you tivity to sin and Satan. Christ can and little of It see 1 ehould soon that eren the worst freckles ALL DRUGGISTS, (d) Rewill deliver (John hare begun to disappear, white the lighter cusjuimin rv y- i entirely. haTe It ta seldom covering of sight to the blind. Christ onee more vanished ounce ts needed to com. I'.aTl SOLON PALM EH that than one mm HIWYOKK not only can open the physical eyes nlet.lv ele.r the akin and rain & h.antlfnl but the eyes of the spirit as welt clear complexion. for the double strength ' Be sure to sale (e) Set at liberty them that are Othlne, as this la sold under guarantee of money back if It fella to remove freckles. bruised. Satan has been most mercilessly bruising men, but the Mighty A national bird Is the eagle with One has come who can set them free. the stork a chwc second. (f) Preach the acceptable year of the Lord. This was the Year of Jubilee This Gift Is Welcome. which looked forward to the glorious If you desire to remember with a millennial age (Lev. 25:8-1.1- , some friend or former chum (2) His endowment (v. 18). The Holy present living at a distance, purchase a boi upon Christ for the exSpirit came press purpose of fitting Him for His or stationery, give n sheet to your onetime mutunl friends and ask them STOMACH PAINS GONE divine mission. Itccause of this eneach to write n favorite recipe on It titlement He cannot fall In His gloThen collect these sheets, make them Him Wall rious work. Into n neat book land send It It will "After suffering ten long months (It) His testimcny (vv. 20. 21). Having completed the reading. He declared be appreciated because It Is personat with stomach pains. I have taken Eatonlc and am now without any pala that the Scripture hnd fulfillment then It Is In Many Cases. whatever. Am as one raised from the nnd there In himself. This was a critdead," writes A. Perclfleld- "William," said the teacher durical hour for the people. May It be Thousands of stomach sufferers relesson In physiology, "what Just as critical for the members of ing theuse of the port wo relief. Their r- - ' Is the external ear'" every class where this lesson Is stud-le- d is too Mtr and ga " .on- - '"fd n r ... "1 I May there not be rejection like ' kes un nd iir' . .o TEatont so' th . that which followed His testimony at out rei e stotjFWh cahealthy, aci. Utlon. Always carNazareth I ry a few Eatonics, take one after eatiII. The Judgment of the Nationt ng:, food will digest well yon will The Gentle ego. (Matt 25:34-40"Whnt do you consider tlie ablest feel fine. Big box costs only a trifle The biblical unit here is verses with your druggist's guarantee. One cannot intelligently teach the document In history?" "Cnn't tell you now," replied Senaverses selected without their setting; PARKER'S tor Sorghum. "Hut the typist hns It so It would be better to take a survey HAIR BALSAM in hand, and I think I will give It out of the whole. RmCotm Color mmd This Judgment should be carefully to the public tomorrow." Bonty to Crmy mad FodoJ HaZij wjc ana loq it tmrruu, distinguished from what Is popularly rTitfW OfB. Wit. PtfhPTT3.y.T Yes, Why Not? called. "General Judgment." Tlie Bible Collector "I am dead tired cnlllni HINDERCORNS Remove Chrns. Cm- lspeakt of different Judgments, differloneee. ete stove all pain, ensures comfort tru ttlsooxCneinleal Waeke,rtebaeM,ll.Z. ta thm ing In respect to the subjects, the for this money." Short "Why don'l TUta. soakee walklar eaa.. la, by nail ee at Droa-take a rest and give me one?" place, the time, nnd the results of the CVnilAGE PLANTS l.oOt.OOt. Jane Jnt Judgment Note the following particdellrerr. Or mall, prepaid. Ballhead. otn.r ulars: leadlns varieties. 109. He: lot. Sl.lt: 1.I00. 2.S0; MOO. til. Cauliflower. Tomato and 1. The Judge (v. 31). The Son of Aster. 100. COc KTery plant a rood one. Man In glory. W. J. MTER3. R. J. MASSIIXO.N. OHIO. 2. The time (v. 31). It Is when the For Your Skin A OK NTS We start yon In boslnees. fnrn'sblBg eTerjtnlnz;: men and women; opportunity of lifeLord shall come In His glory accomtime to earn C3 to IU)0 weekly operaUQ2 your own panied by His glorious retinue of anbusiness. Nxwrcsr rxwDucra Co.. Viewport, Ky. gels. HO YOU SMOKE? MATE 80 by ImportiSeep 25c, Ointment 25 tai 50c,Tslcmm 25c ng- your clears from Tobacco Growers. Box 3. The place (v. 31). It will be on ot 10. 13.75 C O. D. PORTO RICO TRADglory. This throne lililL'K AM) IILOCK I1UMNKSS the throne of His Make ING CO.. Box 1174. San Juan. Porto Rico. will be most surely In the land of Is- poured concrete brick and blocks. Outflte are Inexpensive. MerrlU Moore, Creaton. luwa. W. N. U., CINCINNATI, NO. rael. The prophecy of Joel, third chapter, and Zechnriah 14:1-- make it Out of Sight Concentrated Golf. to be In or near Jerusalem. Two fanners were having an arguMrs. Robinson would never take her 4. The people Judged (vv. ment and a little bet ns to which of These people will be the living nations them possessed the best wife or husband's golf seriously. She was one upon the earth after the church has rather, which wife made the money go of those people to whom all games are an absolute mystery. been translated (I Thess. 4: 1G, 17). the farthest One day she accompanied him to the These nations arc the ones to whom "I am surprised," said the first farmthe gospel of tlie kingdom shall be er, "how little my wife spends links and followed him around, grumway. At last he. landed preached Just prior to the coming of on household necessities. You come bling all the the Lord (see Matt 24:14). The nnd stny with us for a few weeks, nnd In n bunker nnd spent some time preachers of this gospel will be Jews see for yourself. You will soon see floundering nbout In the sand. Ills wife sat down on the top of the (Rev. 7; Rom. 11). how true my statements nre." opened her and said, 5. The Issue of the Judgment (r. 46; "But what would be the good?" said hunker,nflably: "You novel, darling, see, I The sheep enter upon the the other man. "She would not be so quite cf. Inheritance of a prepared kingdom good as my wife. Why, my wife makes knew perfectly well that you could do (v. 34). The goats go into nn everlastmoney go so far that I never sec It all of your playing In one place. If you wanted to." ing fire prepared for the devil nnd his again." angels. Their destiny Is fixed (v. 46). He Got It. If Wo Only Had Their Names. Hope and Pray. "If Crabbe ever comes around your A coin which hnd lodged In a PennLet us hope and pray that those who sylvania girl's throat for two years plnce to borrow anything don't you let teach and those who worship In the was removed by surgeons without tlie him have It." "You've spoken too late. He was temples of God may never be out of aid of Instruments. Somehow or other nround yesterday." touch with the saints abova or the we can't help wishing these "You chump! Vhat did he borrow?" sinners below. When we get out of surgeons could be hired to make some "Trouble. He's in the hospital now." touch with humanity, we are never In folks we know cough up some of our Roston Transcript. very close touch with Divinity. Uncle coin which has been lodging with them Henry's Sayings. for more than two years. Resigned the Vice Presidency. On Giving. The only vice president to resign He that hath two coats, let him Im"So jou saw the doctor today about wns John C Calhoun, who gave up part to him Hint hath none; and ha your Indigestion. Did he ask you to he vice presidency to become a UnW that hath meat let him do likewise. give up anything?" "Yes. 52." ted States senator. Luke 3:11 It's nn ensv matter to obtain nrnre? Never do any worrying today that you can Jut ns well postpone until nil you have to do is to let the other A Variant fellow nave nis way. Friend Weil, how do you think the election will go? Actor It Is on the knees of thr gods. Friend (gallant to suffragists) Say, rather. It Is on the laps of our goddesses. MAKING ORDER run-dow- n I aiotabs TBXT-Inasm- uch 7; wa-wo- 16799 DIED COLD MEDAL ). FRECKLES -- PALMER'S LOTION 8:.11-:!G- ' 50-54- ). As One Raised From Dead Estonia Made I fni - c J ). 31-4- 6. 7u No Soap Better Than Cuticura 21. 5 32-45-). r 34-1- 1). self-sam- e Self-denia- l. "A Why Worry? girl Is foolish to treasure ; Let This Food Help"u to Health Sound nourishment for body and brain with no overloading and no tax upon the digestion,is secured from Ideal." "Why?" "It Is too heartrending when yc have to marry the exact opposite." Quite Democratic. Lady in Background The count seems to be quite democratic. Her Companion Very much so. He doesn't care anything about the social position of the people he borrows money from. Life. Matrimonial Amenities. She I threw myself away when I married you. He Well, my dear, you know you never were In the habit of throwing awny anything valuable. Boston It embodies the nutrition tho field grains, and it makes for better health and bodily efficiency. Ready to serve an ideal breakfast or lunch. "There's a Reason11 GrapeNuts of 5ffltf & Jrir ffiyi8?.- Iff 0Yef Ite color. Transcript OWINGSVILLE OUTLOOK.!:.: OWINGSVILLE. (lie carnival in Mt. Sterling . Little Jlixs Kdith Kva and Lucilc Published Weekly, llovenniilo, ot Nevada, came Thurs"f ,1,lir ri""1 Entered according to act of Con ''.v " '' "' W. W. I'enix and wilV Owingsville, Ky., Post ari'iils. frets, at the Tafflee as second-clas- s Matter. V. R .larkvn who is working at Milicriptiou TRE OUTLOOK'S Sunday to visit lioni lii.iinl, Vs arc as follows dU. $1.50 Ycnr Pierce returned home Mi. . .. 75c. Months ....... ViV- -l uciiiiii Sunday after visit-u.. 45o eo Months ... her parents here. E. D. THOMPSON, Brother Condi, of Mt. Sterling - - - Kentucky. .Tlngsville, illi'd his appointment lirr. THURSDAY, .U'XB lfi, l!2t. atnrda and Suudnx. EverlHdy remeiiilier that SaturANNOUNCEMENTS day is Sales Da here For County Judge COMES FROM MEXICO. - - - - - KY, ;iturdii. night, nhout midnight, hut the lum- her and planing mill were saved. Preston The farmers are needing rain very THE GREAT CLIMAX SCENE FROM THE FAMOUS PLAY, 'TRIENDLY ENEMIES I V atch the Following For Unusual Bargains. Prices i :- s. o CROOKS. KWIXO COXXKR TOHX CLARK W. D. RA1LEY hadlv. Boni to Eugene Ointer and wife Monday, dune lith, a daughter. The mother of the Iml'jv is doing nicely. Born to Rohert Wood and wife a girl liiilty. the idiild heing very poorly. Mrs. Buford Dennis remains in a verv 'ritical condition. Mrs. Tom Ointer is not so well at his writing. Miss Sepia Ointer. tIio recently underwent a surgical operation at a Lexington hospital, is getting alone nicely. theii Bill Ointer and wife laughter. Miss Sepia at Lexington MEN'S NKTTLETON SHOES, ALL SIZES AND LASTS $10.00. iMICIIAEL 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 J Price, Ladies' and Children's Slippers under competitors Shirtinjrs, Sheetings, Cottons, Percales, Ginghams, lower than we have sren them for years. We are making prices on all merchandise in our house. Come and enjoy them. GOODPASTER & CO. .JOSEPH WILLIAMS For Sheriff S. M. ESTILL. Deputies: Aaron Fanning and Mason II. Di.tK ROBERT R IH'FF. Deputies: David B. Myres, and Isaac Craig. FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY 1). W. DOlifiHTT CLARENCE B. CASS1DY For COUNTY CLERK COLE DARXES Sunday. Mrs. John Salerfcit. of Blevins' Valley, is attending Xonnal School t Oivingsville. Miss Myrtle Holder, of Montgptn-r- v coiintv. is here to attend Xormal "school at Owingsville. Buck Ointer, of the Sltnips ni'igh-horhoo- TI I K SALT LICK DEPOSIT BANK THE BANK FOR ALL Thcie lias been no patriotic play nuite so successful as "Krlemlly Enemies." Its mossnKo Is true American-Ism- , It convincing and persuasive. Is a play that everybody should hoar In the above scene through the. love for Ills son. aided by Deputies: Charles Rristow and Cliff Hendrix. For Tax Commissioner Abel Cantu lectures at our Chau tauqua on "Mexico anil the Moxl THOMAS 1 JOXES cans," Deputies: Ed B. Hewitt, of Betho'. and Tims. Crouch, of Preston. Upper White Oak lOK ARNOLD Johnnie Bailey and wife spent , Deputies; Roy May, of Sharps-Iturjrand Stanley Clark of Salt Lick. Sunday with Currcn Steele and wife f Priekley Ash. For Clerk of Circuit Court. A. T. .lones and wife spent SatHA RLE B. THOMPSON urday night and Sunday with Nathen WATSOX S. THOMAS. 'virrell and family on Flat Creek. For Jailer Mr. Ellen Metcalfe has hecn on SAM T. .lOXES. the sick list the past week. CARE SXKDEOAR. John Otis sold a hunch of heifers FLOYD CROUCH to Ed Peck for fi.1-- 4 cents. Nick' Corhin sold 8 head of heifers UKE STEELE to Ed Peck at 7 cents. Wyoming and White Oak had a ROBRRT.T. WILLIAMS tight hall game Saturday evening. NATHAN SORRELL, .lr. For Representative The scores were tied in the ninth inVAX Y. C.REEX. ning 5 to .". In the twelfth Wyoming THOS. J. KXIGHT. untied the score hv a 7 to fi count. CLARENCE POWER. For Circuit Judge. State Valley HENRY R. PREWITT. Mrs. JJnssell .Tones and two chilFor Commonwealth's Attorney. dren, of Boone county, and Mrs. Lee W. C. HAMILTON. Ooodpaster, of Montgomery, visited MAGISTRATE FIFTH DISTRICT Mrs. Julius Bailey Saturday night R. T. MYERS and Sunday. MAGISTRATE 6Ut DISTRICT. Misses Artie Blanehe and Oley OLLIE CRAYCRAFT Goodpaster, of Montgomery county, CHARLES MYERS attended the ice cream supper here REPUBLICAN ANNOUNCEMENTS Saturday night. For Jailer Several of the young folks from i RQBg'r". SANDERSON. here attended eft. eh at Ferguson's CHAl.anE IIORXBACK Sunday. Misses Naneye Conyers and Idahcl AN IRISH ORATOR. Bailey visited Miss Iva Horseman, near Licking River, Sunday. Mrs. W. O. Traylor is visiting friends in Madisonville, Ohio, this - visited his sou, .1 P. Ointer and attended church at Kendall Springs Sunday. Brother Crouch filled his regular appointment at Kendall Springs SatMr. Clifford Hunt and wife, of urday night and Sunday. Roe's Run, visited Mrs. Hazel Razor several days hist week. Pebble Oeorge Razor, Jr., and Ben WarWe are needing rain very bad at ren attended court at Owingsville on this time, only a small acreage of Monday. tobacco having been set. David Staton visited his grandThe protracted meeting will likely son, Willie Clay Staton at Farmers dose here next Sunday. David last Friday and Saturday. Misses Hattie and Nannie Davis, Staton is S5 years old and gets about of Salt Lick, are visiting Mrs. Dee well for his age. Calvert and attending church here Mrs. Martha Staton visited Mrs. at Fairvieir. E. R. Wells at Owingsville several Harvest will begin here this week. lays last week. Several from here attended court There will be a meeting at Hedrick at Owingsville Monday. school house the fourth Sunday in Pebble and Concord bull teams his month by Brother Thomas crossed bats here Sunday afternoon. 'Vouch. This Irings his regular 1C to 12 in favor of Concord. here. Mrs. Prndic Sorrell, fo OwingsEd. Staton will leave for the oil ville, visited her sister, Mrs. Maud fields in Lee count v. in a few days. Stephens last week and attended church. STEELE AND CROOKS A. T. Ilendrix. of Ohio, passed OWINGSVILLE, KY. through Sunday on hi way home afler visiting his sister. Miss Omer Progressive Firm Which Operates Onn of the Larqest and Host Rogers, near Wyoming. Grocery and W. XT. Haddox ami family visited Meat Markets in the latter's parents and Mrs. Jacob This Section Planck, of Fleming county, Saturday and Sundny Enjoys a Liberal and Growing Patronage Step'm Frank Brown, II. I). Blcvins nnd Richard Oarrett sold to Alfred Crooks, 22 fat hogs at $7.25 jibr hundred. Mrs. Ellen McKennon continues poorly. Mrs. Jeff Carpenter and daughter. Miss Hnzel, visited Mrs. Will Payne and famil Syaturday. Mrs. Frank Brown and son, Clyde, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Collier and son in Lexington. Luther Bittingcr was in Lexington Monday on business. W. M. Nichols, of Ohio, was here one night last week. Mrs. Martha Alexander, of Mt. Sterling, is visiting her son, J. D. .Alexnnder and family. .Mi. Wilson, .after n visit" with friends here, returned to. her home at Spencer Saturday. J. E. Carmiehael. of Salt Lick, visited his son, W. E. Carmiehael last The firm who believes the patron.' f their business are their friciitr,g' iimI deals with them accordingly, a firm from whom you will alwaj ret value received for your money. Such a one is the firm of Steele and frooks, who operate a sanitary. understanding of Ms wife, constant pleadlnRS of li's the sympathetic life-Um- i; friend. Henrv Itiock. Karl himself, sees the great truth of Americanism. After seoitiR Iho play, rreaiden and tlio Wilson arose in his box and slid: "I hope that Hie spirit of lliii delightful It Pfeiffer, play will noon urip the nation." patriotic; is RritllyliiK 10 Miow inai me h.i- - been secured for our Chautauqua SALT LICK, j - - KENTUCKY s.s As slronu: nnd snfV M honesty - ml r'J pnidcnci' nwko it possible. We invite vonr Han k iiii- business. ROUGH AND DRESSED I HARWOOD LUMBER Thoroughbred Horses Annual Summer Meeting at OUR SPECIATIES: Flooring, Ceiling and iding , OUR MOTTO: LATONIA (Convenient to Cincinrati) Good Material, Low Prices and Fair Dealing. SALT LICK LUMBER CO., SALT LICK, KY. June 4th to July 0 th Slakes: wucGim MKDicir Saturday, Jan 4th CLIPSITT SUMS Saturday. June 4th WK'X OESJT SaturJajr. June 11th BJIHJlff MKMU Saturday. June 11th ENCIltd HUDXIP The unusually high cl.iss of the horses on the ground, the excellence of the projjr.im hook and improved accommodations for patrons combine to insure the success of the meeting at the popular Latonia. Course. Those who this month will enjoy the finest sport in i:s history. THE MOST SIT1SFIGT0IY WAY for the Ameiifiiii hulmiid and f.tthor to provide for hh "( lii'di ( 11 uidaP who juo dependent (Ml Jiim" i tlmmh n policy in the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co,, f Newark, N. J. CIiARKNCK TLKRY, Aienl, Owingsville, Ky S Saturday, Juna lSlh tusaio sums .Saturday, Jc.n 18th TEN viit Latonih " I!0!CK KINDICl? Saturday, Jun UTOKIl OHS 25th Saturday. July 2nd ciKciKiMTi norm week. Joseph OeTlin Is a native ot Ire land, and has written many tasclnat tag tales of Irish lite, many of which e a promlneat place in the Htera turc of tbts country. He Is a world traveler. His lectures cover a vast and useful field of information, and "Erin, my Country" which will b his subject at our Chautauqua, U moat timelr. h.-v- Blaine Lathram and sisters, Dorothy and Jessie, of Frcnchhurg. are visiting relatives here this week. Burton Horseman, wife and children, of Washington, Branch, visited the family of John T. Lathram Saturday. The hall same played here Saturday hetween White Oak and Slate Valley, resulted in a victory for Slate Vallvy 17 to 10. The child of Clarence Crouch and wife died Sunday of cholera infantum and was huried i iday at the Barher graveyard. week. ' -- YMPIA .f 1 IN ' E. A. Sw.xrtz, wife and children visited Mrs. Swartz' sister Mrs. Adams at Mt. Sterling Saturday w.i-- i Sunday. Rolicrt Young, of Morehead, vas the guest of his brother Clyde Young here Sunday. Charlie Swartr left Monday for Colorado for the benefit of his health. We hope for a speedy recovery. E. A. Thomas and wife left Sunday for their home at Huntingdon after spending an extended visit with her mother Mrs. Nettie Clark. Miss Nellie Rohison, of Fanners, has been the guest of her uncle Aaron Rogers and family. E. M. Swartz and little daughter Hazel, of Pineville, were guests of his irents fieo. Swartz and wife Saturday and Sunday. jOlva Staton, of Salt Lick, is the guctt of her grandparents, M. L. ' ta-- ti. i Pierce Keith and wife, of Mt. Sterling, visited relatives here last week. Born one day last week to Rober Smith and wife, a son Robert Vc, 1H)H. yit. 1NMia MeCartv went to As't ii laud Sunday. J. ii. Swatt n l wife and E. 11. Swartz ot P;ievjt e, Lizzie Swartz, Mrs. Walter Pierce of West Virginia, Mrs. M. M, Steele, of Russell, all at- - Salt Lick Married June 1th, Miss Murin "lupin, to Charles Maze. This wor thy couple arc well known here, tl bride being a daughter of John Mi pin and the croom a son of Sam Maze, of near here. We extend congratulations and wish for them a long and happy married life. They are living with the groom's father at Polksville. A carnival company is holding ih on the school campus. number of ladies of the Eastern Stn" attended the school of instmc-tit- at Morehead on June 15th. Mrs. Luther Casiday returned laSaturday from an extended trip io Mnhama. Miss Elizabeth Alexander is home fro.n school. The ladies of the M. E. church cleared $25 on their dinner served last Saturday. Mrs. T. B. Staggs is improving. Mrs. Dan Mnupin remains about the same. A number went from here to see the game of baseball between Salt Lick and Lexington, played on Lexington grounds. Mrs. Merrcll Fowler and siter, M'ss Ollie Carter and Merrill, Jr., are visaing in Morgan county. Mrs. Chas. Lathram and Mr. Sher- m i Staffon have rctcurned from a sho-- t visit to Ford. yTr. and Mrs. Foss Stephens and "iters, of Bethel, were Sunday 's of W. J. Shrout and family. large band mill of Salt Lick Luuoer Company burned on Sunday Mrs. Mnekering has been very sick the past week. Mrs. Russell Xorthcutt. of Mt. Sterling, visited her brother, Carl Oarrett and wife the past week. Mr. John Williams, of Mt. Sterling, visited his sisters. Misses Nancy and Harriett Williams last week. Mrs. Frank Brown visited friends at Mt. Sterling this week. Mrs. Roger Quisenberry and MIsh Emma, of this place, and Bud Wyatt ind little daughter, of Howards Mill, visited A. W. Danohew and family Inst week. -- Mrs. r.ltza Hoe. ot tlwingsville, is visiting Sam Ratliff and family tips week. She also visited Mrs. L. B. Wilson. Moore's Ferry Brother Calbert Cass'ty preached Chapel hist Saturday night and Sunday morning and Sun day night. Died Inst Sunday. June 5th, Mr! Elizabeth Cook, age about 75 years, and was buried at Slaty Point on Monday. She was a pood woman. Everybody liked her and she will bo sadly missed by her children and wor'--- . ?. Wells has charge of the friends. W. We had a light shower of rain sf. ire's Mr. Wells has 1 here last Sunday morning. We are deaii!"' iie'anal'l. i"i 1 5s "Iwuys ( (he store's needing rain very badly. "lis. Mort Spcnce visited at Salt Lick is '"" firm of Steele and and Stone Quary Sunday. J R. St-e- l" !! ' II. L Miss M'yrtle Lucas and Hubert Mr ''((.pi,, ; (1, business rc Rnzn and some others motored to ir of l!(" f:Ti :'i'i! has had :., )i,'s vnr-- j : s' iiTiiit'-n..- .. Salt Lick last Saturday night am' .took in the show at that pluec. line of trade. He owns his Brother Triplett preached at Polk-vill- e own home and prior Io engaging in last Saturday and Sunday. business was a fanner. Mr. Crooks at the Jones grocery and and neat market in this town. One of the most essential things fo hani:nes is a good living, and what !s more essential to jood livimr ban god groceries and cond ncats? When von think of ootl 'rnvenes and meats you are bound to have in m'lid the nentlv appointed and completely stocked market whose Iius'-nes- s title forms Hie subject of this brief sketch. This business ;s well located in a modern building at the corner of Main and Jeffers-M- i streets and enjoys a preni'uin trade union? the best families in this community. Here is carried cvervtliin'r one would e.xpect to find in a strictly first-clas- s grocery and meat market. TIih limliiv. effie'ent service and moderate prices aye distinguishim.; features of Ihe eslallishnient. The stock to be found here :s nlonz the lilies of lh best of that usiily found houses of Ibis type, coiiipr'viig both staple and fu"cv srroccries and fresh and cured meats, fruits, produce, flour, garden :i:d f'e'd see's eya's obneeos. etc The Steele end Crooks establish-men- t is equipped with a large and nodern soda fountain, over which is served see cream, soft drinks and beverages. The housp makes its own ice cream, secures a fresh shipment of get a hies twice a week and handles fresh oysters in season. The store s cqu'pped with a tai'Vrn refrigerator that ho'ds rtfiflO nuii'ds of ic and is always kepi in .a el"an and manner. The establishment makes a special feature of Kerr's Perfect!'"! Floio br'ivrs a delighl fo the family fable. Tom Wright, a enloi ed man. who as had 35 years' c"crienec as a neat culler. ! cinp'oved by (Irs very efficient in hs firm II" Modern Saturday. July 2nd IKOErEKGEHCE MMICIF Monday. Jut? 1th B Kentu.&y Joc'iey Club Incmi-tirMe- d DMilEl m'Mlt Saturday, July 9th Late vp., iZy., Course AN EXCITING COMEDY - Fillip i)LY T jjNElillES." ETIE FROM THE PLAY, While yon are Buying get the Best Bart, SehafTner & Marx CLOT SING Stacy- - Adams 11 They go together LACY-COON- S AND ENEMIES." CO. AN ANXIOUS MOMENT IN THE PLAY, "FRIENDLY ISO coniejy. as Quiiiiit. lunuy as a play tan lie. anil the flnc.--t sentiments ot l'Mriotism combine U no make "Friendly Enemies" a pl:i cannot aifonl to miss. It played two years on Droadway. It came to Kan- s is City last year for the second time and played two weeks to packed houses. It is coming to our Chautau qua. with Mr. Steele for the past eighteen months. He is a I. heen nsociutvtl rnn Trsnnsn run imnu nico uLn I ht man of straightforward methods and Tennessee Lumberman Talks cf Hia - . ell and favorahly known in this Successful Use of Black-Drauglocality. Both of the gentlemen infor Colds and Headaches. terested in this enterprise helieve in the present and its opportunities, in Jamestown, Tenn. '"I have ured and in Thedford's the future and it spromi.-c- s for years. In I he divine joy of living. fact It Is the only liver medicine that does mo any good," says Mr. L. A. lumlvrman ot Ilagan, a this place. "When I was sIl Tie, I used in Time. Just 'Friendly Enemies" has been the It for headaches, and c.ineclally it I Willie driliiK tlirouli Yellowstone get a cold and feel feverish, I take a dramatic success ot the last few e park we came to some muddy, and It years good dose of It played for two years on ground. 1'atlier happened to see sets me right. Broadway. It has toured only the I have been married, I hava "Since a small shack in from the road and It In my family, and never h.ivo decided to go over to see who lived used disthcie. When he was about half way found Its equal for torpid Ilvcr - ornitii esrcinllvFire hundred thousand fliingle-- t across the Held he noticed a slight arranged stoaaih, recomm 'ml I can children. movement in the ground. (Suing over and gladly do so." for -- ale. Call or address T. It. Itat-l.l- f. he found a hole about sis indies wide. Every member of tho family occaBlack-Urauswell-know- n cluy-HkBlack-Draugh- t, largest cities. Patrons of our Chau-bl-g tauqua v. Ill now have an epportuait to see thl? great play presented by a comp-in- of New York players. ' John (5 Kmery, of Grand Rapid-.- . Mich., was unanimously elected na- ..ii-feoi- m !( C-- nks On-l- 'f . ii-- Thinking it was an animal hole he got down on his knees to peer In. We saw a n:;.n come running from the fahut, waving his arms excitedly, ther did not hear him because, as lie said afterward, he heard a low growling in the hole. Then the "aiilinal" came out. "Ii" jumped up live feel in the air. father's animal was u mud geyser, and It covered him from mud The head to l with man, when he reached fa pointed smilingly to a sign which read: "tSej-se- '. Spurts every 35 iidn- in s. We hate never censed to tense fat! r about his animal. Chicago Tribune. . 'i-- ". I the. assI itM. - Ki:'t can give, in i."S )Ing t'l cleanse the system :ind re'iev: or prethat co.tc from a vent the trnur-vlaxy. torpid liv -. not oni." lis duty, If your liver you may suffer with V : : co.vu;. blliousr.css, . "i "". '".i, pation, Unless relic" is cL a" ness may result. Ii. t i. " cessful use, Thdfr -has been founa in i .' C ? .1 to relieve sv, til lng tha ll. i. Ask for 'fion the g. nnd insist sionally Black-Draug- needs . ' .f. . - I HALL'S CATALRH l.tEDICINE wUl do what we claim for i. euro Catarrh or Deafness caused by Catarrh. iVc do cot claim to cur an. oiher 1i ' isr HALL'S CATARRH ,u OK'tN'' U a liquid, taken Internally, -- ci i. U ougli the blood upon the ipnt us surfaces ot tv.e tional commander of the American Legion at a meeting of the national There was hardly an average June exei utive committee today. He Colonel Frederick 'Y. courtday crowd here Monday and Jr., who was killed in an . hut little was last Thursday at Indianap-ol- i, Indiana. This? ..m-cc- eds Oe;-hrait- h, hu-in- es trans-acted- 4 LWs i A detachment of the Salvation oi a man and a ' : ; n.s -- t is j lines. 2, 3 and 5 per cent, discount on a E. L. &A. T. BYRON. i system, thus reIu .g the intbtnma-tic- n uom.in. held &erviees on the streets and restoring normal contiitiond. here Monday, greatly interesting a All DniEKlsls. Circulars free. P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. large.crowd nearly all dav,